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Thursday, February 22, 1894. LOCAL TIME CABLE Between Phoenix And Mesa. W BFTECT JTOVEMBER 13TH, 1893 MARICOPA Ai PHOENIX RAILROAD. Train leaves Phoenix at 8.00 a m «• «• •• 3 30 p m Train arrive* at Temp* H. 30 a m •* •• •• 4.00 p m Train-laar** Temp* at t 0" a m Train arrive* at Phoenix. ... 9*o a m * 6.00 pm HUKSAKER STAGE LINE. St*#* leave* Vies* at. 7.00 a m •* “ * t .30 p m Stag* leave* Tem* at . 846 am '* *. “ . ~....4.16 p m .. A.BtUmaKM, - C. 8. M>*T*N, \ •>’ Mgr. Y. ft 1.8. L'h*. Mar M. ft P. R. R. V • ■ "■ ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. W. D. MORTON. A. P.fiHEWMAN. MORTON k SHEWMAN Attorneys-at-law. r '' y V- Hbsa, - • Arizona. Will practice In all the'Court* of the Territory. overmnent land husine** a specialty. Col lection* promptly mode tS~ LOT o* —In V*rnoa ft Spracg’* Real Estate Ac*n<ty. LOCAL NEWS. Dr. Trippel ami .Mr. King went to "Tucson on business this week. A slight breeze stirred up a little dost lant Friday for a short time. The Stringtown and Normal school _nines crossed hats at stringtown last t Saturday. Our public schools will hold a grand picnic today on the river above the Utah canal. Prof. Coy’s pupils gave an enter tainment yesterday, consisting of mu sic, recitations, etc. A. St. John Gaylord left Sunday night for a business visit of a week or 'two to-Eddy New Mexico. , A number of Mesa and Tempe Odd Fellows will attend an entertainment *t Phoenix Saturday given by Phoenix lodge. Judge J. H. Pomeroy has been re appointed deputy assessor for this dis trict and is ready to begin the work of assessment- * The Stringtown hall twirlers have ' challenged the Tucson champions to match eame of ball to be played at Tucson tomorrow and next day. The regiuar moothlv examination ' of pupils in our schools were held this , week The-result was highly credit able to both pupils and .etchers. A large number of Mesa tvond Temnlars attended the district lodge | at Temp* last Saturday afternoon and night. They report having had a grand time. The mammoth dredger has been laid up for a few days on account of breaking three cogs out of the “bull wheel/’ the large wheel that drives the machinery. We were in error last week in stat ing that eighty more stamps were to ' 6e added to the Mammoth mill. An other engine is being put in and other improvements made. Quirinn Branuebo was tried'before Judge Pomeroy last week for practic ing medicine without a diploma. He was convicted and sentenced to thirty days in the county jaP. Curt Miller and wife and C. T. Springer and wife came up from Tem pe Sunday moruing. took breakfast at 1 Vthe Kimball House and proceeded to if ■*'* for a day’s visit. A special teachers institute will he held in Phoenix Saturday afternoon, and evening. The exercises will be j interesting. The teachers of the south- j #ide have prominent places on the | programme. •T. N M Br’Vf*r me* with a painful accident l i<f Friday. While sta l ling on a h'gh load *»f wood unloading it, a stick of wood on which lie was standing rolled from under his feet, throwing him forward over a wire ‘ fence on the wood pile. Hi* face was badly bniised, in addition to which the metacarpal bones of the left hand ’Mite Broken. He is around now but bis fact) aud haad are quite sore yet. The city council held two meetings last week at which considerable busi r ne*9 including the usual r ui'ine work, was transacted. At the Wednesday night’s meeting Councilman Pcdcr-on presented his resignation which was * accepted. On Thursday night J. F. Johnson also res giu d as counc’lmati. and an ordinance was passed calling a special election for the third day of * April to fill all vacancies oa the hoard ofconneilmen. It was also resolved to ask forbids for constructing culverts over ditches crossing sidewalks on Main street. The board also agreed to furn’sh material for the const nicth-n of bridges by owners of ditches and canals across streets. « The following is the cast of the Union baseball nine which goes to Tucson to contest for the chanip'on ship: Orley Stiplev, catcher: Zm Hunsaker, pitcher; Edgar Hunsaker. f. h.; Tom Jones, 2b; Chris .Tones, 3b; Wiley Simkins, Win. Biggs. If; Charlie R •ynolds, cf; Win Stanlev.rf; Austin FrankenVrg. s; Charlev Ger man, umoire. Orlev Staple.v is cap tain of the team- The boys left last night for Tucson. Col. Tom Fitch was about right when he said at the mass meeting in Phoenix ths other night, that the harm the Hey wood articles would do us was overestimated. It will act as thou sands'of similar articles on Southern California used to act, as a boomerang ! upon the writer-and the pacers tlp.4, published it. Such articles advertise, and people abroad very quickly learn that the statements are false Territorial Superintendent Nether ton has been corresponding with the' publishing houses whose text hooks!, weie adopted bv the Territorial Board j, of Education, in reference to donating the old exchange books received by them to the libraries of the Territorbi j priion and asylum. He has received | answers from four of the houses sig’d- , tying their willingness to make the - donation. lu the damage suit of Johnston | against the Consolidated Canal G». , tried last week before Judge B iker , and a iurv, the latter stood seven for defendant and five for plaintiff. Peters ] vs the same Company was tried this week and the o«h«*r damage suits were i / postponed until the May term. Onr postmaster C I Hobson lies ' dangerously ill, having had another relapse. His hosts of friends ha I hoped for his speedy recovery and are sorry to learn of the serious turn his illness has taken. Phoenix has a new postmaster in the person of Mr. Thomas, who has been in the Recorder’s office under Neri Osborn. Pris. Broadhpot and a large nartv «f| j young people will picnic to-biv in the!: * . j river jn the vicinity of the H ghland dam. [ W. 3. Johnson of the Mesa Nursery Co. ha* just comohtel planting Mc- Ginnis’ twenty acre almond orchard. Valentine’s dav passed off without any serious collisions. We got no ! valentines ourself but our partner did , The cottonwoods are in bloom. They will be in full leaf in two or three weeks. There will be a Demore*t contest at Nephi school hott*e tomarrow night. ' Born —Feb. 19, 1894. to the wife ofSam’l P?is*ey, a 10 pound girl. Wm. Wallace arrived home with | his son from Chicago last week. Dr. Trinpel has resigned the man agement of the Phoenix mine. Almond trees are in full bloom throughout the valley. Dr. Norton was up from Phoenix Saturday. The weather is delightfully balmy. Hofei Arrivals. f I •- ’ KIMBALL HOUSE. TP C iron, Rev nert; F E’ ler. c’ty, 1 C Coward 1 >c, F E Gir lner, Glob •; | A M Hinemtn, Chicago; E King, J I C Pearson, A IT irri*, G Davis, E G j Boice, S Dana. W C Norton and wife, j E H Winter* and wife. Geo R S nitli an»l wife, G T L >a, Phoenix; Dr J me*. O H >;v ir l, C W Miller and wife, C r Springer and wife, Tempe; j A Trippel, city, E Gaitz-ch, St L.uis; !F W Calk.ns. CE C dden, Denver; j H Brown, Philadelphia; Miles N >r i l on. Sedalla; A T Fisher, San Fran cisco; A F Colton, T D Hammond, Florence, L L Plank, H A L'l iy, iC C Babbitt, Phoenix; "N C F.irnmn, T L l’use, Sau Fr4uoisco, Win. L R ch, of Paris, Idaho, ar rived Irom Paris, Idaho, this morning. Washington’s Bir hdav is generally observed by the business men of Mesa tod iy. Our schools are off for a holiday picnic today. There will be no school tomorrow. Mr. Kleinman, who had one of hisj eyas put out some time ago bv the ex plosion '*l a cartridge, bad the injured j eve taken out the otlier day by Dr. J Jones of Tempe, assisted by Dr. Mar tin of Phoenix. Uncle Dan’l Parley’s wi icrv was burglarized last night, and dried grapes, canned fruits and about four teen gallons of wine were taken. Jno Knight’s store at Ttinne was a'so ' ' O J : burglarized and various gooils tak< n. Ordjiiaace Ao. 17. An or liaance providing fora spec ial election. The Common Council of the village of Mesa, Maricopa County, A. ordain as follows: Whereas, there are vacancies in the offices of Conneilmen of the village of Mesa, Arizona Territory for the term ending on the second Tuesday of Jan uary 18%, • 1 I Be it, and it is hereby ordered by the Common Council of said village of Mesa, Arizona Territory that an I election shall be held in said village jof Mesa, on the third day of April, 1894 for the purpose of electing two persons to fill the offices of Cotmc'l* men for the term* expiring on the second Tuesday in January A. D. 1896, and for the purpose of filling any uml all other offices within the elective franchise of said village of Mesa which may or muv have become vacated by death, resignation or other-j wise of their incumbents* at any time between the passage of this ordinance and the twenty-third day of March, 1894. Passed by the Common CotnHl of the vi 11 ace of Mesa, Maricopa County, A. T., this fifteenth day of February, A l) 1894. Approved this 15th day of February 1891. W J, LeBAROX, Mayor Attest. J. II Pomeroy, J. P. ami Voting City Recorder. STEVENS & ALBRI HT, Cor. Houtajuiua and Adams St* , Livery, Teed and «/ • Sale Stable Gooil turnouts on short notico’at all hours of the day a»ul night. Buy, se.l and trade horses. Special attention ro boar ling horses DEStRI LAND, FINAL PRO Oh - NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States T and Orncr, I Tucson, Arizona, tVb. 115th, 1894. Notice is hereby given that Mai tin A Lee, of Mesa, Maricopa County, Arz na, has filed n dice of intention to mik- proof on his desert land claim N o 2027, for the Nojth-east quarter of Section 35, Tp 1 South ot R 5 East., before the Clerk of the District Court, at Phoenix. Arizona, on Friday, the 30tr. ray < f March, 1894. Ho na lies the following witnesses to. preve the complete irrigation and reclamation < f said land, v z, K bert G Uaiita and Taeodorr I* Binta, of Mesa. > riz >na, Alexander Lucy and Alexander Me \lp ne. of I'hocnix. Ar zina. FK \NK W WALLS, | First publicat on Feb 22, 1894 Register I FeSERT LAND ‘INAL PROOF. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION United States Land Office. Tu s»Jf, A iiznx*. J tn. Al t, ISI4- I Nntic-* she eby that A l lie p’erk ns of Fhoanix, Marie pt County, Ar.zaua, has fi ed no ice of tnte ition t > m tke n ons on h r desert land claim Xo. 1343, f it the SA'J Sec 20, Tp 1 N It 0 K, b>f >re the Cierk oi ihe ihstrict Court at Pli -eti x Ar z ma, on S iturdsy, the 17th .lay of March. 1894. She names the fdlowinß witne ses to prove the ©■••nplete irri 'ttioi an I reclimiti »nos said 1-nd: Charles C Dina, Frank Dana, AsiSt John Gaylord and Lnthe- 1 To iey, all of Mesa, Ari z mi, and John Rjgjimreof Phoenix Arizona. FRANK W WALLS. R -iristet DESERT LAND FINAL PROOF NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. UnITRUSTATRS L\ND OFFICE I Tt»cs N, Aitiz >NA, ,'an. 9th ISB4. Notice is lierebv give i th it. Mat's R B itton of Colton, San Uttrnardino County. Calif >rnia, has filed not'ce of intentiou to tn .ko final proof on In*iljssrt-lin I ctaim Vo 1619, fir the whole of Section 9 Tp. 2 S R 5 E. b.dore the Clerk of he District C >urt at Phoenix irzona on Sa.urda> the 21th day of Febniiry, 1894* He nimu the foil .w n' witnesses to prov the complete irr (ration arid reclamation "t said , land, Chat lei W B-.rriett and Georgo 8 Byrnett of Mesa Ariz ma, Ransom Reynolds and George B Norton ot Pnotnix Arizona, Frank W Wails, First puhl’n Jan 18, 1881 Register [PHOTO GAiLERY! .1— J Curl Sehmn mu lias op<*n*-d n pliotogrujji» gjihorv and wiil take |»h<ttOi>rupliH at. 83. UO p»r d- zeu for j cui-ihots, in Mesa opposite Pomerov ' block. Satisfaction is Guaranteed, ' THE ATLANTIC & PACIFIC 1 ] 1 In C A L) 1 The Great Middle Route across lbe American Continent in connec tion with tlje railways of the ‘ Santa Ft* Route." : C Liberal Management Superior Facilities Picturesque Scenery I. p The Grand Ox-ion of »,h • C«1 oralo. the most j sill) lute of u-ohw rk o the earth, irides i ijeri . hie, ci «is Iv t)e reached via FUgstuff i Will am« or I «aeh Sprinirt n thisr*ad. Tith-* ki Natural J‘rl 'if** of Arz*n« and Moritetnmi’n lain uc.nj tfruev tn *->t «1 *r< etty bv this line. j ( ' bt-rve th) eiynt lajian C viUziOon of La. j ifiuja or of A tilla, The City ot h Sky.” Vi«>t J till* Fei: rifle 1 I-<a'e*t near Carriz"). See and fj marvel at'he <renk of Cano f.iiab'o. T-’ke & I hn'l'hijf trip in th ■ in .-rnificent p no fore-a* of iTbe Sid Fr n't-se •\t *'t it tint's. Find interest in ih'» rn n< »f iht > —ve.-i-ie cave an I e'iff V* •«* *.’t«t 1 <-i rail. ca->t lev *r bridge in I Amerxa across the C.d >rad > Civ*-r T. R. Gabel, W.A. Bisskli,, G> ’ 4i • ra e o’eut Gut ’as *gr ttt Al’mqnerq ie, N M San Fraocic * ami II S VwSt.TCK. Albuqae-qne Ocn’l Agent, Allniquerq-ie N M .in, mm. Dealer in Medicines, Chemicals, Faints, Oils, Glass, etc.; I Perfumery, Fancy goods, Stationery, Toilet Articles and Tobacco. Mesa, Arizona. FOR FIRE INSURANCE —GO TO B. E. Johnson, Sons & Co., agents for THE O’ D Phoenix In?. Co. of Rrooklyn, N. V. American F re Ins- Co., of TMiilade phia Pennsylvania “ “ “ “ Niagara %“ “ * “ c —°- FARM INSURANCE A SPECIALTY . v A. L. FISHER’S Plioenix, Tcmpe &Mesa Stages - I Making direct connections with ( v- j the G ddftelJ Stage. f MORNING STAGES. KVe ‘'hoenix 7.90 a.m. I.eave Me<a I:3a p.m r; -avp Temp 9:00 a.m. I eave Tempe 2.3 > p.m. 4'rrlve Mesa 10:<>0 a.m. Ar ive Phoenix 4 p.m. EVENING ST4GKS. h’ve P* ffi"ix srlOn.m. Leave Mesa 6.30 am. L’v»* Temt'e 4. <0 p.m. I.e: vcTempe 7.30 a.m. • rrive .Mesa 5.30 p.m. Ar. Phoenix 9.30 a.m. ; 6jRRY PASSENGERS AND EXPRESS. tflLjjT orders at Fashion So»bV, Commercial Hotel or Frank Phil lips TIMBER CULTURE, FINAL PROOF. I NOTICE FOS PUBLICATION. ti**- COMMUTATION. f I Uxitkd States Lavd omcK. I r Tuc-on, Arizona, Fib. 9. 1894 | t Notice is hereby given that Charles B. Ming, I of Phoenix, Marx pa County, Ar zn.a, has file i notice of intention to make final pr of before 3 tho Clerk of the District Court at his office in Phoenix, Arizona, on Saturday, the 24th day of , March, 1894, on timber c ilture application No. 938. for Lots 1 and 2 and SJ of NEJ of Section Nh. 2, in Township N**. 1 S uth. Range No, 5 B vsi-. tie nmi is at witnesse*; Frank Watkin* i .John L An lereo'i, Burke Birkby, and John A _ 1 Batkley, ail „t Me,a, Ariroi a. FRANK W \VA' LS. 7 F'-itt puh Feb 15 Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. HOMESTEAD ENTRY NO. 1571. 1 Land Office at Tucson. A'tznna, | s Kovember 24tn, 1893 | n Notice is herebv given that the following f named settler has filed notice of his intention tc It make final proof in support of his claim and I that said proof will be made bef< re the Clerk o( n the D strict Cou-t at Phoenix, Arizo* a, on Feb ruary lrtth, 1894, viz, Joseph L B ddlccome, , Mesa, Arizona, for the nwJ Sec 29, Tp In.R A * tie names tl e following witnesses t*> prove hit d continuous resilience upon and cultivation o( ;t | sai 1 1 nid. viz, Zoliulon .Martin. Smith Martin, 0 ! Joseph Standage and William Standage, all ol Mesa, Maricopa County, Arizona. Hrhbsst Brown, Registei ur ! Gaierf Bra’s. CMif Store, “I PHCENIX, ARIZONA. r — We are the Boys to Trade With 'lolling for Ilea, Boys aril Cliildrea! 'We Paralyze 0 uu^rriS..’ 1 " Don’t miss our Store, but be sure yon read tins? ’ sign insi T e the door. We have added a rxes Srm.plC37-iaa.en.t -A.gr’ra.C37 1 For the ilenefit of all Laborers Gftenr Ire’s. Mil Store. / ' ' r P. -NX. 'VegaoPk r. fit. Spcag?. Baxter McCr«» Mesa Real Estate EXCHANGE. — W*' WHAT DO YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT Arizona and Salt River Valley. We offer unpqualed facilities to buyers and sellers and have the most extensive list of property in the City and County. It will pay investors to get our prices be fore purchasing. Loans placed in first mortgage Security. Notary Pnblic and Conveyancer. ■ . VERNON & SPRAGO MESA, ARIZONA. -■ , hi i —— Don’t Swear 1 Using furniture, you will be unable to keep your resolution. We have a splen did line of Chamber Sets which we are selling at small profit. We keep everything in the furniture line and always have a few sure enough bar gains on hand, Hambrook & Schorr. I e ' —l i • f : FOR MINING SUPPLIES SEE s o d r. Arizona Hardware Co. K . 8 .f “■ •• i, if ,r !