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fore speaking once, they would for get what they were going to say. According to the Gila Bend Leader the work of repairing the damage lately done the great dam near Gila Bend, and also enlarging and strengthening it, is in full blast. That and the storage reser voir in Pinal county are the only two enterprises of the kind in Ari sona.—fix. * St Johns Herald: Gus Becker, St. George Creaghe and others at Springerville are contemplating tak ing out a canal for the purpose of filling a dry lake, which will hold an immense body of water and re claim considerable land that lies abore any of the irrigating ditches in use in that locality. The insane asylum is being run on business principals for the first time in its history. It is therefore reasonable to except that the ex pense of maintaining it should be curtailed, but the fact that the ex pense should have been decreased SSOOO during the last quarter is more than encouraging and shows that a successful business mau is at the head of it.—Prospector. Shaft: Two Needles girls had their faces photographed with their heads thrust through a newspaper. The portrait was cute and the girls were oaptivated by its novelty. They were covered with blushes, however, which have not faded yet, when a friend pointed out, directly under their chins, as a part of a clothier’s advertisement, the line, ‘•Do you wear pants?” Torelga lews. Peris is to have a world’s cook congress. The Socialist association of Sicily count. 300,000 members. Finland is to have State tele phone line at the cost of 100,000 marks. » tT Mr. Astor's London newspaper has got him into a $400,000 libel •nit. Austria will tax all foreign in surance companies within her bord ars. Prince Beatrice has presented three tigeis to the London Zoologi cal gardens. The Pitcairn Islanders have been presented with a life boat by Queen Victoria. German troops are to be sent on long, forced, winter marches to make them tough. The iufiuenzi epidemic in Kiel Spreads rapidly. Three hundred marines are under treatment. The English government pro poses to place a tax of a penny in the shilling on theater admissions. Paris is trying the experiment of paving a street with Mahogany. It is costing only $9 a square yard. There is a report that Greece will give Russia a Mediterranean port, or that France may give her Ajaccio. The Bank of England destroys about 350,000 of its notes every week, to replace them with freshly printed ones. Thehopse of Rotjichild has made Its annual gift off 100,0d0f to as sist ths tenants in Paris who are in difficulties over their rent. An attempt is being made under the auspices of the royal Geograph ical Society to renew interests iu Antartic exploration. John R. McLean, editor of the Oinoinnati Enquirer, has given SSOO to the wajrthy poor of that city. The revival of good times Is at hand if the resumption of fifteen distilleries hi Kentucky is a sign. A. : ,U\ v ; ', • ; v A ten-stamp quarts mill at. Dag-j get, Cal,, is now being taken down and will be shipped to the Nugget mine, two miles and a half north of Gila City. Water for the mill "'ill be supplied by a pump and pipe line from the Gila river That able hustler, L. C. Moreland, has charge of the business.—Yuma Times. A lawyer had a horse that always stopped and refused to cross a certain bridge leading out of the city. No whipping no urg ing, would induce him to cross it, so he advertised him, “To be sold for no other reason than that the owner wants to get out of town.” — Boston Beacon. Prescott Courier: A warrant was issued o*it of Justice Jefferson Davis’ court at Walnut Grove for the at rest of White, charged with heating his wife and breaking her nose. Only a few days ago Mrs. White paid a fine of S6O to get White out of jail, whero he was serving sentence for the same of fence. Personal item in the St. Johns Heiald: “Dan,” Bill Crabtree’s redheadcdJKid, spent two or three days in town last week. “Dan” is a typical cowboy kid as independ ent as a hog on ice, with a heart as light and free as the Arizona zephyrs, and he walks around as if he owned the whole town and a patch outside to raise potatoes. TIMBER CULTURE—-FINAL PROOF . NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (commutation, ) UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE I Tucson, Ar zona, Dec. 11th, 189a. | 1 j . • Notice is hr rsby Riven that Charles O Shill, of Lehi. Arizona, has filed notice of intention to n ake final proof before the Clerk of the l)i trict Court at liis office in Phoenix Arizona on Friday, •he 19th day of Janua.y 1894, on timber eultti -e application no 844, for the lot 1, of Section no 8, in T< wnship no 14 Range No 6 E. He names the following witnesses* Thomas P Biggs, Harvey .1 Harper Daniel P Jones and Orville Wing all of Lehi, Maricopa count) Arizona. HERBERT BROWN, Register, I Word to tie Wise is Sicient. Ws do not believe in trying to Gull the public by false adver tising. We Have No Old Shelf-Worn , Goods to Work Off. We sell you goods cheaper than any Bankrupt con cern can—Old goods are dear at any price, there fore buy where yon can get only New Reliable Goods for less money than you . have to pay for SIX YEAR OLD STOCK. I; • . DECEMBER We shall offer our entire stock of New Fall and Winter Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats and Shoes at 25 per cent, below any ' store in Phoenix. I I and our prices will con rince } ou. • The ALKIRE I). G. and Clothing Co. Leaders of Ld w Pr ic es and New Goods. 00TT0N BLOCK. PHOENIX. I KIMBALL HOUSE- The Pioneer Hotel of Mesa. WM, A. KIMBALL, Proprietor, BEST OF ACCOMMODBTIONS. Fur the traveling public. Tables furnished with best the market affords. Feed Stable in connection. Horses boarded by the day, week or month. Mesa, W SHAKE! -SB b ! We have received for the summer trade an assortment ::of:: i XX ammocks, Croquet Setts and Fans. THE IRVINE CO. 35 and 37 East W ashington St PHOENIX, Ariz CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT f For . prompt answer and an honest opinion, writo to BXUNN A; CO., who have had nearly fifty years* experience in the patent business. Communica tions strictly confidential. A Handbook of In formation concerning Patents and bow to ob tain them sent free. Also a catalogue of mechan ical and scientific books sent free. Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive special notice in the Scientific American, and i thus are brought widely before the public with out cost to the inventor. This splendid paper, . issued weekly, elegantly illustrated, has by far the largest circulation of any scientific work in tbe I world. S 3 a year. Sample copies sent free. | Building Edition, monthly, $2.50 a year. Single i copies, *2.) cents. Every number contains beau tiful plates, in colors, and photographs of new bouses, witb plans, enabling builders to show the latest designs and secure contracts. Address MUNN * CO, NXW YOUK, 3til fiBOAPWAT. HUGHES & ROGERS, Carriage A Wagon Hate. And General BLACKSMITHS Repairing Neatly and Cheaply done. Horse Shoeing a specialty. Macdonald tot. Ist door south of Main St., Mesa. The Elite. MAIN STREET, . . - MESA, ARIZ V. V. WRIGHT, PROP. SHAVING, SHAMPOOING and HAIR-CUTTING, NEATLY and artistically done. Chicago and the WOBLDiS 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, Irf. ST VFFORD, Publisher, P. O. Box 2264 New York N Y* PUttM mention this papa*, . —AND— HEJ» 3E2 • Pomeroy Block, ; MESA, - - - ARIZONA. I The only first.-claae lb-st.au in the city. Meals ,it nil hour* to o der. Single Heals 9a cents. Private rooms tor families. WM. PASSEV, UNDERTAKER, —o —- Undertakers’ supplies always on hand. Furniture re paired and job work: done. Motto—“ Live and Let Li ye.” Giv i i cill MAIN STE33r. Meta, , Aria. $1,(100 Reward. Proclamation by the Governor. Territory op Arizona, Executive Department. To all to Whom These Presents Shall Como, Greeting. Whereas, Information from au thentic sources has been received by me that Frank W. Ourv, a Citizen of Tucson, Pima County, was murdered at Arivaca, in the said county, on the 19th of September, 1893, by some person or persons unknown; Now, therefore. I, Charles M. Bruce Acting Governor of Arizona, by virtue of the power and authority in me vested, do hereby offer a reward of one thousand dollars for the arrest and conviction of the person nr persons who committed the aforesaid murder. In Witness Whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Great Seal of the Territory to be affixed. Done at Phoenix, the capita!, this twenty-first day of September A D 1898. (seal) Attest: CHAS.M. BRUCE F. B. Deverepx. Acting Gov’or. Ass’t secretary of Arizona- MEAT' MARKET Has opened and 1 keep on hand a constent supply of fat mountain beef and I sell cheaper for cash than you can purchase lor else where. Hunt forget to give me a call. H C. FULLER, Prop Pionhlir Blacksmith Stop! TURMAN <fc HORN, PROPS. Wagon and Carriage Making and Repairing. Horshoeing. Inter fering horses a Specialty. SATISFACTIN GUARANTEED. Cor. Main and Center Sts., Mesa. :■ ■ r 'OP ZLTZETXT TT01533Z. Writes all forms of Life and Investment Policies. Being tib* tMtb? Company in the United States, and largest in tbs World, it mi tlra •». to nsure in. Ask for information whether you want Insurnnao «v not X*. T. WOOD. -A.g-% PHOENIX, ARIZONA. I MESA NURSERY GO 111 Kinds so Nursery M — I They are home.grown and free from pests and dip I ease of all kinds. 6ur prices defy competition* I DR. GEO. H. KEEFER, «g* I Druggist, Chemist, pc thec&ry and dealtr in I P«! I*lie, Faitj Mis, Peifmtrj aid Mfflfj. I - - - T - r - ■ Doctor's Prescriptions Carefully Gcmptmdsd- I - - . :. ir.riir ~ Mluji OPERA HOUSE DRUG STORE, Pkamx I ' —"••'-= i llj ; J, I FRANK * MILLER’S I *»©©o©©©ST.AG_E I Leaves Phoenix 7 a. m. foooeooocT Leaves Florence#*.m H “ Tempo 9 “ || Mesa lp.n, ■ “ Mesa 10:30 “ | '* Tempo# •* _ iat Florence sp. m. S********* Ar. at PLeeaix 0:30 “ H Florence Stage Leaves Phoenix, Monday; TPodncodoj BJ and Friday, and Eeturm on altornato Dr.yr ? I LLESA & TEAIPE DAILY KFAM ■ f T, : VANTIL6URQ & DAVISSON, * L-A PINO FHOAmIX Diamond*, Watchva, Fino Jewelry Etc STRICTLY HTJSST-«fcA»* p Watch Repairing THAT SAM BE BOEPEKDEfi fIFOM. iHiKann Sr- Tkr • DttrtEM ISt M%»*•»* >Mk ol fkwnbr —— D«al«r !■—— Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Glaoe, etc,; Perfumery, Fancy goods, Stationery, Toilet Artklot and Tobacco. 1 Mesa, rizona.