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1894 SI Fufts Fs ill ilm M SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR CASH! _ . . , . y ' .. . " ; - O -*• f A full 1 ino of (tenoral Merchandise constantly in *tOck, and we will not l»e undersold. it. P. Ju!i.h:>:i, S >:h & Oj, i ■LM-XU 1111 '* ' 0 J. WILLIAMS, Eilsttio P.ijisi n uJ Surge in. WILL ATI K.M* a \Ul.’» PROMPTLY V J'trt til » a tip ri OrfiGK: Kimbvll House. . . Ar.Zitu f|H H. SABIN, M. D. PMYif TAN % ' J i »2 >N Office —Tw >l)>h' F.as oi To-toiiicc j Residence —H >b*"ii Street, t .r»t D *ur Berth ui Main. Hbba - - Arizona LAWRENCE WOODRUFF, HOMOEOPATH IST, >!■*»!f« of H:*im«un*» MeJutal C >lieure. I’MI •iolphi >, Cl n* l'di. eSco «od henW.nco llw uir 11, l* »nd I.>. Cottoo e**.ck, i iiaisix. fu.«. »to a a m., 1 Ij S aDU bn.K[.i». i ■.. * = | Jjß* GHA*. U. JONES, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Qui<i i - Arizona Office ot Weifemvi It i II Bio :k. 0;B e M- ur *-f Mil. m.,- A u> 4 AO.» 7 »u *» p. «>• — .. GIL„*K S U\ \t. I) PHYSICIAN & SUIt JEON Offi«—O> r Zorns Co-0 'D*r< Mesa City, A. T. p|~ J. JESSur, DENTIST. All work warranted and prices v ery reasonable. Qffce — Porter Block. Phoenix, Arizona. I JJtTHUNE A McCABE ATTORNEYS AT L».\V Special attention given to land,] •rater and mining cast's. Practice in all the courts, TEMPE :. :: AltIZ. TRIPPS A SOU. aLBX, 'iripp..i> Miiimf Engineer and Mi'tV.urji-t. LriutD L Thippbu. Civ.i E i\ i *-r Deputy C u - tjr Surveyo. a>i»l Depu y U, S, Lana Surveyor, D i all kinds of Arriiteotural, Mining f,?/ Gisil Enjinssring, Contracts taken tor bail lings and e<- titiMt** furnished f*r a’l work. Ily dr.ni'dc an t Otnal work a specialty. )mci, Puururuv iLuoic * UIIY. Mesa Free Press. p T. POMEROY, Notary Public & Conveyancer .ual pa;vjra C refuly Drawn. Oppoait. lUkos 11 use. IF.SA CITY, - - - ” ARIZONA £JR. j. \V. B\ILY, DKALKR IN— Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals. FANCY ADD TjILET VRTICLES. Songes, £rushes Perttim rj, Etc UI.SA - - ARIZONA. | . THE. M > < T GDIY& IVSILER, Proprietors Tresli and Horned and Pickled Meats, . .***%. ummm . ...s «n.u ii niiinwiwi'—.laspow Sausage, Etc. always - - vUWWM i «n— »■ O—B—W>— on h^nd, ts del’v red ro any pan •f til •ci y in 1 \ i.; ui \. .'» xw *, i! id i, Mala Stri ct, MESA J. HIZONA. A. t BURTON, CONTRACTOR -and- BUILDER. Estimates Furnished on Short Notice. M ESA. - Ariz | HUNSAKER’S j Phoenix, Tcmpe&Mesa Stages I 'd.king -lire •» n -i u cMotis with »_ tuts O ldfl 1 S T 1 M 'RVI.VQ sr.v :KS. I/'n hoea*' .in I eiiVH Me-a 0:30 a.»n. I. av> Temp B:<oa.’n. l e tv« Tenn*i*7.3 'V.in. Arrive .Mesa 9:3'’ <• .m Ar iv.r I'liuenix 9 ».ni. KVKNINO ST \OKS. « L ft'e I* cd six 3 o.m. Leive 'jLo vh Temi'e 4 p.iii. Le ve Tem te *.<o».in. * rrive Mesa r>.3o p.tn. An.vts l*l«je six 1 |i.m, CARRY PABSESGER3 AND EXPRESS. orders at Fashion fUnl>V, Commercial Holcl or Frank Phil lips Ml SA, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1*94. Mil CO ■ ■ -»>- »•« *-ffi The Fineit Line Ever Opened in Mesa can lit* Seen in Our Dry Goods Dep’U • ► »•< •4- Which contains new, neat Anci fashionalile dress goods, flannels, bidies’ and gents’ furnishing goods and everything usually found in a well furnished establishment. I Our Hardware and Grocery Dep’t * are stocked with the choic est goods. We are Agents for tlrie Celebrated Myers Pumps, the Famous Fv.atherbone Buggv Whips and the Unexcelled Canton Clipper Plows. Our lines are of the best and our prices as low as the lowest. Special orders given prompt attention. 0 ’LL AMD SEE US. t ASSIGNEE’S SiLI!! TTi e W hole S toe * c of Patters >n & 3rundage Bros, Will he sold at greatly Reduced Prices. 1 Tren endmis Cut Y 11 be m de in the pr c< sos H ATS, BOOTS, SH ES and Fan cy Dry Go ids. R.■member the place, MESA CITY, Ariz G! O PASSEY, Assignee Feed & Livery Stable. P. METS, Proprietor. R. WILSON rile only Second flan 1 S*.orc* in South rn Arizont Er) variety of noods sold ar. b *d-rock prices. Give us a call. Wasnington St. PHOENIX. - - ARIZ. W. J. KIN333URY, Attorn eg-at-Law 1 . . Pr ictices in ab the C air Is. Special attention to land canes.. jTEiirE, - -ARIZ* Arizona K Mbit. The Sin jb.HiicifiCO Ohtonicle •i* ys: Under the dome of the horticul ural an.l "giicultur il building •here is a display which is exciting , general interest. It is the only one from the territory of Arizo .a, ted it wis-the first one to he in stalled in the gtll.try ued-r til* tome. It is art ange lin a diin>y •oo'h of hluoand gol I. It eonsi'C of citrus and deciduous fruits, nuts, j raisins, vegetal lies, honey and a variety of other iroJucts which people are astonished toharn conn* from the land of cacti and cowboys. . The citrus fruits are of excep tionally good qiality. There ar eleven different varieties of th orange, and all of them are good. There are hundreds of navel oran ges, sweet and thin skinned. They ripen not later than Nov. 15cli. and constitute one product of many vi hich are ready for market from two weeks to six weeks before sim ilar products in California are ready for the consumer. In the gmenl display there is an exhibit of dates, which are the only ones fudy ma tured at the expo-siti m. They were in the same cm lition November l The exhilut i< made by the Pno • nix cliamb t of com neice, whose secretary, B*uc; PiP-y, is con stantly in attend mce. Within th<* section is a sign m ide entirely of oranges an 1 wor led, “Silt River Valiev.” This v.ill»»y i* in Mar co pa county, Arizona. Tills county his establish *d a display for the single purpose of correcting an im pressi ui that Arizona is not a land of fruit. Th" county has com- to the fair to win some of the benefits which all participants will share. [t ha* installed i striking and v.uy interes ; ing exhibit, which thus fir has excited in »re • ament thin perh ips any other now under tin* lone. Mitic *p i t >iory ii likely 10 bo wry well known before the -•xposition is over. The Joarh il-.Miner of Prescott denounces the late “write-up” *4 Yavipai county by the Bxitni iei\t f,r vvliici sooo was paid. Tin* pa per very prop ;rly says tint wh n outside pipers are used to adver tise hone industries, the section advertised gets sold, l’lus is no oniy true of 'his big Examiner fake but is correct on general princ pies If a community has money to tx p Mid for public advertising they had better pay it out. to newspa p rs 'll it devote twelve months in each year to the interests of its peopb* and when this rule is de parted frm i fraud is invariibly i»erpet rated. Phoenix lias b *«-n sold o i sever id occ isions by such frauds and only a few days since one of these traveling blackmailers was in Phoenix, out. failed to filch our people.--G izette. Kara?)* Proverbs. The p'-nv rln of savig»*s ar- very shrewd and pir.hv. The Bisutos siv ( “The thief catches liimse'f;” the Yorubis, “He who injures an other injures hiinnelthe Wolofs, j “Before h-aling others heal v uir eslf..’ T»» Acerra they say. “No li »dy is twice a so d;” inn' the OH, “The mom doe-t n it. grow full j in a day;* “Hie poo- man has no J j friends;’ \ Pashto proverb sivs, ] . ‘ A f-flier does not brio; forth n 1»i»• 1 :** ’a razor cm to- shave itself;'* ‘Or *ss th • river b‘f »•« vo t ab ise th“er m;o li’e;” Truth isonlv s >ok-n bv a or » i f mi to or a f*o *‘Pe**- pecer n • ■ n'wavs h^n'iin ‘The thread fol'ows til * n-edl -Pr* . jpaiMiion is much better than after I thought.” Tti S:)knia hii thraa Jm , tinguislied visitors 01 Wudu **Uji morning in the perso is of Hon. . Olias. M. Bruo *, S cretary of th , [Writory; Herbert B. Tenney, , 0 tshierof the Co is di N iti >o »l Bmk of L’ucs oil, and F. J. Nether ton, Territorial Sjp n*i itendeut of Public Instruction, of ,Me«a. Tlies g -n'hniien came hero to impact the experimental work on the cunpuiy farm, in the i itmvsts of tn • agri cultural experimental station work of th-* territory, with wici iusti tution tn *y are oHoiiby cm nctsl Tney wore surprise I an I pleased with what they hi v Ii *i*«, an I pre dict a fl itb *ri 14 fatar i f ••• oar v 1! - ley. Tie so l is fir sll ?ri »r t» wint they explore I t> find, and with the intri 1 uti » 1 of wit *r by neans of pinping p! 1 its, tiny hs li /Vn t’lO is 1• h »f inraj of ferr.ile bind will hi r.ul ii 1111 ti agricul- c .ire in the villoy in ash *rt perio I ifti.n*. Wn an alw iys d ilighte 1 to sm gvitieiiMi of th dr ahil cy ml stan ling visit onr t» v\, an 1 our p‘ip'n ir 1 pi ii»*l it fchi on - p irtunity roe itertii 1 tin a.— Vil cox Sootk'iia 1. Pro?picrivrt stated >0 l is ciusing a little stir ou th* S n itod d q les tion ail >' R ipp me ill i w» >is avid idle ti nh»r is looking fVvar-i with Irenihling mt ci > iti » is. Ili girdmg Henatnrial boom* th * Gila BmJ Lsk ier s'gniti mntly siys : If wi run across a prop *r aid ri i.iag l)nii*crat who, in oir opnion wo il f rdl *c r » credit an l h*n *r o 1 th 5 St.i‘e of A iz »ni i’s the United St lies S-iitti, we W.ll pri it his na m1 at the hi id of our editorial colu nis uitil th * u1 v g*v*r 1»r sig 14 us c»n 11 ssi»l. all w* h ireb / pledge o irs-Ives *li it In *'i» n we stall 11 vo 5 ite w II b* i 1 hv *ry wtv |iiiiuel an I w 1 *thy. Ail His ho nla 1 I it pi 13»of icsid *m 1 is not iIN *w Ters *y. Ail hi hi never bmn a liDgite t» ot'rm “What are yo i wi ting for ? said 1 Ci *r »kce liwy*r to an Ii tiin •‘A rejeip ..’’ •* V1 it d • you know about 1r -c dp 1 1 Ciiy»i uiltr .staml tin 111 ar -of one if I will g’ve it to you.” replied tin lawyer. “S’p >s« in iy blrnl di ■; me g 1 to lieheu; mi till tin gitns lock id: ille see Post I e Peter; hi siy, “Jim, what you want? Me say, ‘want to get in * ‘You piy A that ra m-y ?’ Whit me do? I lull no receipt; h b to hunt ad o’orr hell to dud l ou A region b.esse.l with a ulimite which allows bill playm; all the V’*ar ‘r 11 id; w1 ve tnn sun sliine' 353 days out of 333; where c **i— suniptiv**s hi issoin into ablebo lied men an I where ojrogenarians are as sp *y as s icing c iu< 114. is s ir*ly agiod pi ic Ito live. We miy not have electrin cirs and other deith deiling vices, but wo hive the cli mile, and plenty of it. It’s free, too.—Enterprise. A Kansas editor says that when the nnnvh mts of his town, an I other fellows who want a little alveriis jng or jih work dme th *y go ar >un 1 an t s dicit hi Is for the sun ■ all I the lowest biller gets tile i work. The edi or is now ready to | receive sealed bids for a sack of I floor, a pair of pints, a hit and h j c >nl of woo I, and the pulling of an aching tooth; al>o for a piir of hro I guns for his .six months old biby. A Chicagi syn licate is about t » esia 'lts 1 il bink at Yj ml, anil w.l eivet a h.a ids vine tlirco story br.ek and stone building. Woilom «f llaliac. A man should find ail women in > iis wife. Debts are the silent partner . experience. Suspect the woman who talks >f her virtue. Woman lives by sentiment wh re man action. ‘•A* you plem.” is th* w»<V first wod of indifference. Money m liters can always in? settled, butfe Png>are pitiless. There are but few moral woun U that s ditu lc does not cure. A hobby is the medium bet we.-a a pissiou and uiono n iuia. A ma i is strong when he ad mits to himscif h » own wenkn •**. There are som* men who wro always polite—they have gloved souls. L»ve. after giving more than it ha*, ends l*y giving more than -t rec ives. Wo nen ire apt to see the de fects of ain in of talcut, and th; merits of a fool. He ihat does not bestride su and grasp it by the in me lets for tune esc in e. Wh**n a rascal is loved by nn honest worn in she e ; th-r b-eoni-s criminal or he an honest man. Next to the pleasure of ad uirieg the won m we love is that of see ing her a 1 nir • 1 l»y others. God himself was derived by tin only worn vi he hid ta govern and who n hid taken pains to mike. No ma i-his yet been able ><» discover the mei is of giving frie; t ly a I vice ro a woman, not even to ids wife. It is natural to destroy what we c innor. possess, to deny wha'. w* cannot understand and insult what we envy, I h ive spent my lice in 3«.*iji people die, not of their ailm ivs, hut of that great incurable disease, the want of money. For mmy years it has been a mystery where all the g >l.l found around Gila Oily c»rae from. The .Mexicans and .In Plans have been a-cust-mied fer years to dry wash ing the gulches thereabouts and every storm in tho mountains re **• • • planished the supply of g >ld. With the rich lelge* rec *ntly fouul it is plain that the g d 1 cam • from these and other si nil trly rich ledges. Tii3 cish of Mrs. N mni ; M;• vViiirter a;ai ist th" C?> iti-*coicut Life Insurance o>. was concluded at Fresno last we *k and resulted in a verdict for the plaintiff l\ie suit was for insurance on the If* of VlcWiiircer, husband of plaintiff who wss kiil <1 in bis o vo y ir I 000 night in 1889. The insurance com pany refused to pay th; amount 4 the insurance, claiming that Mo- W.rrter committed suicide. -1 - - j - - • Tub proposition to give Arizona statehood by tacking her on to Nevada or New Mixico does not meet with the approval of our peo ple, and it is hartily to be wondered at. What we w int is statehoo 1 without any increase 1 territory,and if this is iinftossible now let us re main as we are. We are not. play ing second fiddle to anything.—» stockman. More trees and vines are being p'an ted at Tumi than in any sea son in the history of the place. As to trws the same may be said of the Mesa country. Thb festive 1> iz/.ird has b<en getting in its work iu the east the past few days. No. 24.