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Several wild turkeys that had a love for swallowing shining parti cles had been shot by a hunter on one of the branches near Sun Dingo Texas, and netted him quite a handsome sum in gold, which h<* found in their crops, and which they had picked up. In South Africa ostriches have been success fully employed in finding gold de posits. A drove of birds are turn ed loose to feed in the territory where the precious metal is suppos ed to exist. They are then given an emetic, and the ejecta carefully examined for nuggets, and if any are found the trail of the bird is followed until the diggings are dis covered.—Ex. Silver la the Arte. Silver is far more widely used in the arts today than ever before The most common articles are now plated with it or made from the pure substance. In various shapes it is sold in dry goods shops instead of being handled exclusively by jewelers, as was the case a few years aero. Many novel employ ments for it are already found. Much of it is used in photography in the shape of nitrate, and entire ly lost. In medicine the same ni trate is taken for epilepsy—the symptoms of which it mitigates but does not cure, while turning the complexion of the patient blue— and, of course, is simply nitrate of silver. Silver is substituted for bone in surgery, in trephining and otherwise. Good looking-glasses are hacked with silver and not mercury, as is popularly supposed. The glass is laid down in a nitrate bath—that is, ,silver dissolved in nitric acid—and the addition of Epsom Salts causes the metal to deposit itself in a chemically pure film on the . surface. In Pliny’s time, by the way, mirrors were commonly made of silver, though previously they were manufactured ont of a mixture of tin and copper DEBERT LAND FINAL PROOF. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ITmitsd Statbs Land Office. Tucson, Arizona, Nor. 15th, 1893. | Votice is hereby Riven thst Martha E* Collins of Tempe, Maricopa Co. Arizona, has filed no tice of intention to make proof on her devert and claim no, 2046 for the SEi of Sec 15 Tp 1 South R 5 East before the Clerk of the District Court at Phoenix, Arizona on Satuiday the 11th day of January 1894. She names the following to prove the complete irrigation and reclama tion of said land. Clay C Hockett, George J Marts, Frank Watkins and A J Chandler all of Mesa Aiisona. HERBERT BROWN, Register To those who have kindly given me orders for trees and plants I wish to say: Don’t allow yourselyes to loose confidence in myself or those I repre sent by any slanderous articles you may see in the papers. My trees will show up for themselves. I am here to stay and will make it a point to see that all get their dues. Frank M. Hammon, Agt. for Rio Bonito Nurseries, Cal I am prepared to contract to supply Plum. Prune, Almond, Apricot, Apple Pear, Cherry, etc., etc., from 12J to 15 cents and we guarantee the trees to be No- 1 and if they are not we ask no one to receive them. Umbrella 10 cents to 50 cents. AH our trees will be accompanied by inspectors certificates and are guaranteed to be perfectly healthy. Send to me for catalogue. Address me at Phoenix Arix. FRANK M HAMMON, Agt. Rio Bonito Nursery Co. Cal. WEI : PUIzY, UNDERTAKER. —o— Undertakers’ supplies always on hand. Furniture re paired. and job worlc done. Motto —“Live and Let Live.” Give me a call. AIN STREET, - Mesa. Kfi'a mTcAVbAlii. I KM Marksr# •W COPYRIGHTS.^ CAN I OBTAIN A PATENTf Fora prompt answer and an honest opinion, write to RIUnN Ac CO., who have had nearly fifty years' experience in the patent business. Communica tions strictly confidential. A Handbook of In formation concerning Patents and how to ob tain them sent free. Also a catalogue of mechan ical and scientific books sent free. Patents taken through Mann A Co. receive special notice in the Scientific American, and thus are brought widely before the public with out eoet to the inventor. This splendid paper, issued weekly, elegantly illustrated, has by fsr the largest circulation of any scientific work in the world. §3 a year. Sample copies eent free. Building Edition, monthly, ffJOa year. Single copies, 23 cents. Every number contains beau tiful plates, in colors, and photographs of new house#, with plans, enabling builders to show the latest designs and secure contracts. Address MUNN A CO* N>w York, 361 Broadway. Chicago and the WORLDIS FAIR. Send ten cents (silver) or twelve in stamp* for a Handy Pocket Guide to the great exposition: gives informa tion of value to every visitor. Street Guide, Hotel Prices. Cab Fares, Res taurant Rates, etc. Describes the hidden pitfalls for the unwary, and hints how to keep out of them. This indispensable companion to every visitor to the windy city will be sent by mail, post paid,’ on receipt of ten cents silver or twelve cents in stamps* Address, H. STAFFORD, Publisher, P. O. Box 2264 New York N Y* Please mention this paper. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Hombstsad Entkt No. 1586, Unitad Statss Land Offici. I Tucson, Arizo.ta. Nov. 6, 1893. | Notice is hereby given that the following nam ed settler has filed notice cf his intention to make final proof in support of his slaim, and that said proof will be made before t.ha Clerk of the District Court at Phoenix Arizona on Dec. 16th 1893, vis, George W Jones of Mesa Arizona, for the Lots 6A 7. EJ, S WJ. Sec. 6Tp 2 S R 6 K, He names the following witnesses to prove his continu jus residence upon and oultivation of said land, viz, Robert G Santa. M. A. Lee, Henry Darlington and Newton Hackney all of Mesa Arizona. Hsrbsrt Brown, Register. DESERT LAND FINAL PROOF NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United STATES LAND OFFICE I Tucson, Arizona, oct. 19th 1883. | Notice is hereby given that Hattie W: Wilker son of Phoeois. Maricopa county Arizona, has filed notice of intentiou to make final proof on her desert-land claim No 1691, for the EJ Sec. 9 Tp. ISR6E, GAS KBM, before the Clerk of the District Court at Phoenix Arizona on Thursda> the 14th day of December, 1893* She names the following witnesses to prove t omplete irrigation and reclamation es said William E Pomeroy, Mesa. Arizona, Theodore P Banta, *• •* Frank T Pomeroy *• “ nd J. F* Medor of Phoenix, Arizona HERBERT BROWN Register. SI,OOO Reward. Proclamation by the Governor. Territory of Arizona, Executive Department. To all to Whom These Presents Shall Come, Greeting. Whereas, Information from au thentic sources has been received by me that Frank W. 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