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MESA FREE PRESS
Friday, August 2, 1895. W. D. MORTON. A. P.BHEWMAN. MORTON k SHEWMAN Attorneys-at-Law. Mesa City, - Arizona. Will practice In all the Courts of the Territory. Government land business a specialty. Col lections promptly made. City Attorneys. Notary Public in office. Depositions taken and pensions applied for. 49*Optics— Arlington Block, Mesa City. | LOCAL NEWS. Krock jura at Hunsaker & Stapleys Prof. Case came up from Phoenix yesterday. AH that want g.nmless s cks can find them at Passey’s. j The mail route Globe and i Florence has been re-established. Gus Ellis and David (John passed through to Goldfield last night. A. St. John Gaylord i 9 now general manager of the Highland canal. The Co-Op barley crusher crushed 60,000 pounds of barley yesterday. U kannot kan fruit without a kit tie. Get one at Hunsaker & Stapleyst The midnight chorus of the frog is •gain heard along ditches and canals. H. J. Harper is working on his new brick residence on his fine ranch at Lehi. Kan U kan fruit without kans ? If not go to Hunsaker & Stap’ey and get kans. Mrs. Ellsworth is enjoyiug a visit with relatives and friends in Apacbe County. C. M. Frazier, of the law firm of Street & Frazier, spent a day in Mesa last week. We have been threatened with rain every night and day for over a week, but none has come. Write to J. S. Griffin, Phoenix, Arizona, for Rambler catalogue. Miss Blanch Newell is enjoying an outing at Camo Creek with a part'* of Phoenix friends. If vonr knife or soizzors are dull bring them to the Novelty Shop. The weather for the past week or two would have been charming had It not been so beastly hot and sultry. Kerr’s babv fell and broke its collar bone a few davs ago. L°o Brizzee had a large number of his friends with him v.^terday cele brating his tenth fcirthdav. For 3ale Cheap.—Halt a share of Mesa water. Apply at this office. Another wedding is brewing, Mrs. Frank Robson and Mrs R T Hill are expected here on a visit, today. A second hand pump and 40 feet of pipn, as good as new, for salo at the Novelty Shop. Master Louis Cuber bronglit to our office yesterday a monster bunch of Flame Tokay grapes. The berries were larger than plums. A second-hand pump and 40 feet of pipe as good as new for sale at the Novelty Shop. These are words of advice. Go to Passey’s for your shoes and Oxfords if you want a good fit, and value re ceived for your money. Whenever you want anythin g done you can’t get done anywhere else, come to the Novelty Shop. Miss Minnie Webb, one of the ef ficient teachers of this county, re turned to Phoenix Tuesday after a week’s visit with friends here. Bring your guns, pistols and sewing machines to the Novelty Bbop if you want them repaired. We are sad. Melancholy seems to claim us for its own. The why whereof is that a few of our friends who have known os from childhood have gently intimated that we were the ablest prevaricator that has lived since the death of Ananias. The Star Bakery at Phoenix has fre>b bread every afternoon at its Mesa branch; B. F. Johnson. Sons & Co “On to Mesa ” in the watchword now of the P., T A M. Railroad Co. ; Under the energetic and enterprising H nshell, backed by a com nan;, com. posed of public-spirited citizens, this road was conceived and will be com pleted as rapidly as possible. G»ad ing began last Monday at the Tompe i end of the line. The work is in j charge of our townsman, Jesse Hob j son, and it could not be in better hands. “I know an old soldier who had chronic di irrhoea of long standing to have been permanently cured by tak ing Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,” says E lwa*-d iShumpilc, a prominent druggist ofj ! Minneapolis. Minn “I have sold the remedy in this city for over seven years and consider it superior to any other medicine now on the market for bovvell complaints.” 25 and 50 cent bottles of this remedy for sale by j Druggists and Medicine Dealers. Ornelas Dailev’s team left the j j blacksmith shop on a move Wednes- j j day. They ran up Macdonald street j ! about a block and ran afoul of an j umbrella tree. A whipple tree was broken and some damage wai done to the harness. Phil Mets, who was on the street in a buggy, came near being run into, but being a skillful horse man, escaped. My boy was taken with a disease resembling bloody flux. The first! thing I thought of was Chamberlain’s ; Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Two doses of it settled the matter and cured him sound and well. I hearti ly recommend this remedy to all per- j; sons suffering from a like complaint, j I will answer any inquiries it when stamp is inclosed. I refer to my county official as to my reliabili- i ty. Wm. Roach, J P, Primroy i Campbell-Co. Tenn. For sale by j j Druggists and Medicine Dealers. ; A rise in the river occurred Satur day followed by a fall Sunday, to be followed by another rise. There are now about twenty thousand inches in j s the river. f’ i< The Mesa Flouring mill is running j steadily now. If is unable to supp’y ‘i the demand for its flour. The mill ] will be the means of keeping a deal j of money at home. Kenneth Buzemore had the good i fortune to receive a small bottle ofj Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and] Diarrhoea Remedy when three mem- ! bers of his family were sick with dys- j etiterv. This one small bottie cured! them all and he had some left which j he gave to Geo. YV. Baker, a promi-l nent merchant of the place, Lewiston j N. C., and it cured him of the same complaint. When troubled with dys- i entery, diarrhoera, colic,cholera mor bus, give this remedy a trial and you will be more than pleased with the result. The praise that naturally follows its introduction and use has made it very popular. 20 and 50 cent bottles for sale by druggists and medicine dealers Limb — The Farmers’ Exchange is now headquarters for the Simpkins Lime Co. in Mesa. All who want lime of best quality call there. Prof Netherton was up Monday. He leL for California Wednesday night to be absent about a month. visit Los Angeles, Pomona, San Francisco, Oakland, and other places. The Laimon Academy and Busi ness College of Phoenix has become one of the mo3t popular educational institutions on the coast. The fall term will open Sept 2nd. A merry invitation social party will be given at the pleasant home ot Jndge and Mrs W M Newell tomor row night in honor of the eighteenth 1 birthday of their daughter, Miss Fay. Say, when you want fresh groceries, cold soda or lemonade, cigars or to bacco and all fruit in season go to Lang & Brundage. Call in and see them at Johnson’s old stand > » 1 fYuclclen’a Arnica. Naive. , , j The best salve in the world for Cuts . Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup l dons, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give 1 perfect satisfaction or money refunded. 5 25 cents per box. For sale by John Barnett. Don’t irritate vour vocal chord j this warm weatb* r ocolding about the In at, bnt wear si < h dress good* Mint underwear as Pi— y offers, c?ia keep cool. Don’t forget to go to Passey’s for j your fruit cans, as they are selling them cheaper than they have ever been sold in Phos.iix Temps or Mesa. .lliirveloiiw Hosulls. From a letter written by liev J Gundemian of Dimondale, Mich, we are permitted to make this extract: “I have no hesitation in recommend ing Dr King’s Now Discovery, as the I results were almost marvelous in the case of n - v wife. While I was pastor of the Baptist church at Rives Junc tion she was brought down with pneu I monia succeeding La Grippe. Terri jble paroxysms of coughing would l ist j tor hours with little interruption and lit seemed as ii she could not survive ! them. A friend recommended Dr. j King’s New Discovery it was quick j in its work, and highly satisfactory in i its results. Trial bottles free at J. FI. j Barnett’s Drug St >re. Regular size I 50c and sl. I ? our Big' NucceMftte*. Having the needed merit to more than make good all the advertising i claimed for them, the following four remedies have reached a phenomenal sale . Dr. King’s New Discovery, for consumption, coughs and colds, each bottle guaranteed—Electric Bitters, the great remedy for Liver, Stomach and Kidneys Bucklen’s arnica salve the best in the world, and Dr. King’s New Life Pills, which are a perfect, pill. All these remedies are guaran teed to do just what are claimed for them and the dealer whose name is attached herewith will be glad to tell you more of them. Sold at J H Bar nett’s Drug Store. — To the Ladies: If you have a sewing machine of any kind that is worn out, and the stand is in good order, don’t be so foolish as to pay for a new machine when you can get a new head from S2O to $25 from Tom Deque at the Novelty Shop. LANG & BRUNDAGE FRESH FRUIT, FRESH GROCERIES, • SODA, ALu FLAVORS, Also Milk Shi>ke, Tuba coo and i Cigars Remember the place, John son, Sons <fc Cos Old Stoie, Main St ZeiSCO-00. The Finest Line Ever Opened in Mesa can be Seen in Our Dry Goods Dep’t, / #•£ l ) Which contains new, neat and fashionable dress goods, flannels, ladies’ and gents’ furnishing goods and everything usually found in a well furnished establishment Our Hardware and Grocery Dep'ts are stocked with the choic est goods. We are Agents for the Celebrated Myers Pumps, the Famous Fcatherbone Buggy Whips and the Un excelled Canton Clipper | Plows. i Our lines are of the best and our * prices as low as the lowest. Special » orders given prompt attention. CALL AND SEE US. I£«« ' 4 T* hi 4. ! Itor One Hue. dollars Reward f !ny c of vjat"-r h U caun i, be cured • ■. ; i jf- F. J. CHENttY & CO., Props, Toledo, O. " e, tho und’-rs gned, have k' - own F J Chenej i for the p.\st 15 veire, arid bciicvo hiui perfoi-tli | nonoralt'e in all busin«!*H tra'i»ict‘oiis and financially able to carry out- a.iv by their firm, j Wkst it Trcax, Wholesale DrusrH us Toledo, O j Waldino, Rinnan & Marvin, Wholesale l'rng gists, Toledo, 0. Hall’s Catarrh Cure H taken internally, aotinc directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price, 7fic per houle. Sji.l by a druggists. Testimonials free. j I 'notice Notice is hereby. gio*u that Tho j Farmer*’ Exchange (i corporation) doing bu dues-* at Mesa 0 ty, A. l\, ! will not bo bound by any contracts j unless made nv its duly authorized j officer, viz: if. »S P.cerson, its President and Manager The Farmers’ Exchange, Bv ll.s. Peterson, President, j Dated July 10, 1895. THE GENERAL MARKET £ L. GIAY, °ropnetor. Fresh and Corned and wn ~ i rm iu—in im> imri—n wunri TU Bi n r rr no Pickled Meats, Sausage, Etc. always on fiand. Meats delivered to any part of the city and vicinity. Next door west of Post Office. MESA, / ARIZONA. ATLANTIC & PACIFIC RAILROAD The Great Middle Route across the American Gcnrinent m connec tion with the railways of the “Santa Ft* Rouie.” Liberal Management Superior Facilities Picturesque Scenery | The Gjr&r.d Canon or the Colorado, tho mos ■ sttbqnie Sal ure’s work on the earth, inoes j -.a easily Isj reached via Fl»srstaff j Williams or Pencil Spring* on this n.ud. To tli Natural Bridpc of Arizona and Montezuma - Well you can j rnruey most directly by this line observe the Ancient In lifer Civilization of La. irnna or ot Acolla, “The City of thr! Sky.” Visit tho Petrified F<>re?t near Carrizo. See and : marvel at the freak of Canon Diablo. 'lake a hunting trip in the mvrniflcent p ne forests of the S<t*i Francisco Mountains. Find interest in tho rtvns of tho pro-historic cave and cliff dwellers. View the loncrast canrlever bridge in America across the Colorado River Jno. j. Byrne, C. H. Speers, Gcn’l Pars Ajrent, Asst Gcn’l Pa_B Agt Los Antrtles, Cal San Francisco, Ca • H S Van Slyc Oen k.AAhnnercpie, N M A CHEAP TRIP. Between the dates of June Ist and September 30th, tlm Atchison Topeka, A Santa Fe Railroad Go. will sell from Deming, E‘ Paso and other New Mexico points, round trip tickets to various eastern and northern points at greatly reduced rates, limited for return until Oct. 31st, 1895 Having recently shortened our time from Deniing and hi Paso to eastern points, we are now in posi— | rion to place our patrons in Kansas City, Chicago, or Sr. Louis twelve hours alidad of any other line, our eating houses are uneqnaled, road bed smooth, equipment modern. For information regarding rates. ' limits, connections, etc.. eaU upon our nearest agent. Address C. H. Morehouse. I Division Passenger Agent, El Paso, Texas. STEIN’S RESTAURANT I AND C hop House J A. W. STEIN, Prop r Meals served at all hours. Regu - lar meals 25c. Tables supplied with the best in the market. | Pomeroy Block, Main St., Mesa. IH i nsaker & Stapley Cit3r, 'T. Df'.'ilf'rs in ShHf tla;d\VHi‘e exclusive. We uiukc a Cv*:c» *l'.v "I Wi"*rt Supplies and Wagon and Bngey *1 iinl#f r. Fiuit cans and v'r.ck Headquarters for Fruit Cans Mid hurd’vare. Pr*r-s »o suit the firms. Terms, = = Strictly Cash ! | DR. GEO. H. KEEFER, j Druggist, ( hemist, p< thecr.n and Le r.!< iin iPfireSWw, key Midis, Mot tciiliifor 7 V 7 t l i . i Doctor’s Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. ! OPERA HOUSE DRUG STORE, Plm nix LOOK HERf * Something New/ o—- A place where you can get Prnnps, Sewing Ma chines, Guns. Pistols and all kinds of machinery over hauled and repaired. Pipe Fitting a Specialty. I build and erect galvanized iron tanks. TOM DEPUE, At Novelty Shop, Opposite Alhambra Hotel. ,, r > . - - i . —^ if, JW, v»ra«« A. Sprctgg. • Mesa. Heal Estate EXCHANGE. WHAT DO YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT Arizona and Salt River i/alieu. \ We offer unequaled 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 Public and Conveyancer. V VERNON & SPRAGO MESA, ARIZONA. KIMBALL HOUSE- The Pioneer Hotel of Mesa. WM. A. KIMBALL, Proprietor, i i j BEST OF RCCOMMODSTIONS. For the traveling public. Tables furnished with best the market affords. Feed Stable in connection Horses boarded by the day, week or mDiith. MAa, rizona.