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Eg Friday Jure 2, 14*99 W UC4LHIWV m ■. »i.j • ] is "busy in the valley. • I !pie brass band is re-organixing. I Ace Himsaker’s new add in this on the new school house bas I. A fire brigade for oor town is now la order. I Some petty thieving has been going Hsn in the tow% lately. I Decoration Day was pretty gener lUy 1 observed in our town. I Johnson Broe. are shipping out a ■Urge amoant of fruit. 1 The Good Templars are haring a Hf * * '■» ■*'*? t •' ■rori^ i The wa* stitt: goea on, in the Ehilii - ■nines! T Mr* AJ, Chandler left Tast evening far where she will remain for some time. Jj IL is getting the new secret society^ball ih shape for occupancy. *- The Mesa brass band held a meeting Wednesday night to practice and organise Several of our people went up the fiver on a picnic ' excursion last Tuea iay. A large crowd left for the sea shore last Thursday evening on the special excursion. Kitchen Cabinets jest received, at Q. F. Lampey, 526 E. Washington Bfc., Phoeuix. m25j16 Buckhorn Mining Company gro having considerable work done on , tiieir claim in Goldfield. It is reported that C. L. Hall will sink on the Mammoth mine to & depth. \ Os 1,000 feet. ' Juidge Webster Street delivered the . annual address to the University antes at Tucson. J f H. Campbell, Grand Lecturer 0 f the Good Templars left for Florence ijsst Monday morning. I The Twilight Club will hold a meeting to elect members next elect »n ofl|per in place ott)r. Hawley, resigned ]£r. Thomas Burke, representing the Eire Extinguishers Manufactur ing Co., of Chicago, was in town this week in the interest of his firm. , t\ * Geo. M. Sargent, general passenger agent of the S. F. & P. R- R-i has tendered his resignation and accepted a position in the east. ✓ Jj'ranlc Wise left last Wednesday euen *Pg for Kansas where he will stop dur ing the summer With friends and rela tivee^ Wanted. —Boom and board in pri vate family for two young men. For particulars apply at this office; ‘ The remains of the infant sou of Mr. |nd Mrs* Welsh was brought from Mam moth and juried in Mesa cemetery lftt Tuesday. Born. —ln Mesa City on Wednesday May 31st, 1399. to the wife ofH. J. Ruse r son. Mother and child are get- Ifcg alpiig nicely. The local lodge of Odd Fellows have had quite a boom lately. De grees were on three candi - dates last Saturday evening. .Judge W. D. Morton has arrived at Pomona, California, and is having a very pleasant; time in visiting his old friends gnd acquaintances. Fob Rent. —Two rooms, lately oc copied by Dr. C. Hawley, in Arling ton block. Enquire of Mrs. E. A. or*at tins o^e. Ur. Obas. F. Hawley bas placed his accounts in the hands of A. P. attorney-at-law. All per sons owing him will kindly call and settle their indebtedness. Tim usual; will be held in the Baptistchurch afll 6’blocTc in '7.io in evening. After the morning‘the ordinance of tism Wyi be administered. ** X v rhr. •. Phil Mets expects shortly to take a vacation at Santa Morico by the sea i side. He claims that he will go alone, Rumors to the contrary notwithstan. ding. Mrs. Ida 0. Falconer was granted -a divorce last Saturday from'her hus band David E Falconer. She was also giveu permission to asrume her maiden, name of Ida C. Hobson. John Mats now has charge of the Republican circulation in our town . John is a ijood man for the position and the paper is to be congratulated voon obtaining his services. Dr. Chas. F. Hawley left last Wednesday to take up his permanent ocation near Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Fhe doctor was well and favorably known to all our citizens. He takes with him the best wishes of the whole community. Next Saturduy (tomorrow) after noon at 2 p. m. on the .Tempe race track there will be a match race of 2- year-old colts between Dan Klein - mans' and Col Roundtree's fast ani mals. Other attraction's are also ad-, vertised. Our hnstling you.ng real estate dealer, W. M Gilbert has an advertisement in this issue. All persons having property for sale should list the ssme with him at once, and prospective buyers will cjo well to consult him. " k * . A pleasant social party was given by Mr. and Mrs. in honor of th.eir son, Donald, iast Friday evo ning. A large'crowd of young peo ple were present. Dancing was in dulged in and refreshments served. Several students of the Normal school were present from Tempe. «. **V a. Mesquite Circle of the Woodmen of the "World held their regular session 1 ast Tuesday night. The circle took an early adjournment and the guests were then invited up-stairg where an elegant spread had been prepared by the-fair sex of the ordtr. Music was rerideredhy Prof. U.Hman with the banjo. ‘Dr. Chas. F. Hawley was the guest of th6 evening, the whole mat ter having been arranged in his honor A number of speeches were made, and the whole was followed by a social ;dancei A general good time was had The I own Council met lsst Wed nesday morning in special session. A representative of the Babcock Extin guisher Company, of Chicago was present. The council then fully con sidered the matter of fire protection and purchased a chemical engine from said company. : It will be here very shortly, and a fire company will then be oiganizei. Our city fathers desire to keep pace with progress and have done well in obtaining needed fire i l - £ :V’ ' A protection. SUNDAY EXCURSIONS. The Maricopa & Phoenix will resume the running of Sunday excursions from Mesa, beginning June 4th, and every Sunday thereafter, during the summer season. The rate to Phoenix and return will be 75cls from Mesa and 50ets from tempe. ‘ Tickets good, on date of sale only. Trains 6 and 7 will be annylled every Sunday, and special passenger train’ wi)l ‘leave Mesa at 5:00 p. m Tempe p f 'm. for Phoenix, returning will leave Phoenix 10:00 p. m. Pacific time. Save Your Money! Another Week of Bargains At THB ALKIRE COS. We shall make each week of interest to the purchas es public of Phoenix. Be sure and call weekly as some times the price list of our weekly sales may not reach you. Thursday, Friday and Saturday will be days of special interest. 10-:-BLG DKrVES-:-l<T Fancy Figured Cotton Challies, new figures and coloring. This week sales 3 l-2c. White Check Nainsook in neat check and plaid. This week sales, sc. tfust received a case of Corded Lawns, worth Bc. per yard, This week sales sc. White and Figured Piques, direct from New York, 15c. goods. This week sale fOc. 100 Gloria Twill Umbrellas, sold in many stores at 75c. This week sales 45c. each. 50 Gloria Silk Umbrellas, 26 inch, steel rod, Paragon frame. This week sale 85c. each. Bleach Union Damask, 56 inches wide, good for family use, v TJiis week sale 18c. per yard. SPECIAL. Three Lines of Damask in bleach, cream and buff. This week sale at 32 l-2c per yard. We shall close out several lines of $1 50 and $2.00 Linen Napkins. This week sale $4.00 per dozen. 500 yards of Crash Toweling, good for kitchen use. This week 3 l-2c. per yard. We are shewing the largest stock of New Goods, in, all departments, in Arizona. Reliable Gocds at Lowest Prices. ALKIRE- CO. BARGAIN GIVERS TO THE PEOPLE. N. B. Big remnant sale for one week. Over 300 Rem nants to select from. 0 and II E. Washington Street, / ~p p_y p ARIZONA JtjCYCLE ME BICYCLES Sold, Repaired -aid Reid! Also Photo Stock and Sporting Goods. JOHN METS. Proprietor. SEASON OF 1899 ! The Famous Trotting Stallion Bex Mambrino ! v.t •. will stand for mares during the season of 1899 at Fuller’s Corral, Mesa City. Terms . $lO per season, with re turn privileges. Accidents at risk: p,f owners of mares. Jj>hn A. Barkley, Sam. Y. Barkley, Owners. W. M. GILBERT, Real Estate Agent and tote HAS Choice Property ! AT A BARGAIN. Call and Investigate. in Code <fe Salter Build ing, Mesa City, Arizona. ALHAMBRA HOTEL Macdonald Street, - - Mesa First-Glass Rooms, all are newly fur nished. Convenient to the business part of town. Euro pea** pljin. Ihn Mahoney Prop. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Butchers! Smoked and Fresh Meats; Fresh Fish and Oysters; Sausages and Ham bjirger. Give us a calj. 5". E_ Physician and Surgeon. Olu.c e over Barnett’s Drug store Main Street, Mesa City. MESA, FLORENCE AND GLOBE STAGE LINE, Three trips a week. Daylight Travel. Stage stops over night at Riverside. Leaves Mesa—s a. m. Monday s, Wednesdays and Fridays. Arrives at Florence at 11:30 a. m, Leaves Florence at 1 p. m . arriving at Globe at 0 p. m. the following day. Leaves Globe—7 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Arrives at Florence at 11 a. m. the following cay. Leaves Florence for Mesa At 1 p. m. Arrives at Mesa at 8 p.m. Fare—Globe and return $15.00, single fare $10.00: Riverside and return SIO.OO, single fare $6.00: Mineral Creek and return $12.00, sinfele fare $7 00; Florence andretnrn $5.00, Single fare $3.00 C.C. HOCREIT, Proprietor. B. M. Johnson & Bros. Agents at Mesa, 8. Armour, Agent at Globe; Prioe & Shields, Agents at Florence, L. W. Collins, Agent at Phosnix. Trade Desic js r rrri.v. Copyrigh rs &c. Anyone sc _.ulng a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention Is probably patentable* i Communica tions strictly confl dential. Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive epecial notice, without charge, in the Scientific American. A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest dr. culation of any scientific journal. Terms, $3 a year; four months, sl. Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN & Co. 36,8 ' M, "“''' New York Branch Office, 625 F St.. Washington, D. C. pnpniq u. s. salary list UUfr Q CIVIL SERVICE RULES with SPECIMEN EXAMINATION QUESTIONS, gives th« Civil, Army, Navy and Diplomatic Pay Tables. Tell 3 about Postal, Departmental, Customs, Indian other public employments. HOW TO OBTAIN TLEM'i Price &oc. For sal? tR the office of this papef 1 The Pioneer Hotel of Mesa BEST OF KCCOMMODKTIONS FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC. Tables furnished with best the market affprds. ‘Feed Stable in connection. Horses boarded by day, week or month. v - * WILLIAM A. KIMBALL, PROPRIETOR. Mesa 9 - Arizona* MW BUTCHER SHOP! CHAsTv/ING; Desires to inform the people of and vicinity that he has ‘opened u£ a New Butcher Shop in Dana Bros Old Stand, Main St., Mpsa City. Fresh Meats of all Kinds All kinds of Fresh Meats con stantly on hand. Also Fruit and Fisli in season. Also Smoked Meats, Sausages and Hamburger, Butter and Eggs. Ham, Etc. .THE SCENIC LINE OF ARIZONA M Fe, hm\\ & Plioenii RAILWAY CO. WITH THE SANTA FE SYSTEM Shortest and quickest. route between Phoenix Km Bas City, St Louis, Chicago and Eastern Points Days Through I Ime Table Days From the West . To the West Moadl 4 80p[!v..Ban Fra ot6 oar 6 j tfe FlWyl 10 00a|iv Mojave ar 3 15a t In it Tuesy I 8 10a llv .... San Diego .. ..ar 1 OOp J t’ue l’desy 10 2a I lv.. Los Angoles ar 8 30a Toe Tuesy 3 500 !1v.... BsrsL w. ,arl2 45a Tne Wednl 7 45aIA<*... Ash Fork *v J l2 36ppIon From the East Going East Mon 10 Oop[lv..*oTioa?o....ar 905PfW*-l9 2a Mon 10 30 p lv Bt.Louis..ar 6 Isp We 7 10a Tues il 2M lv.. Kansas City ar 700 . We 9 lOp W>*d 3 2)a lv .. Denver ar 500 > t'u 5 00p Wed 9 05a v. A’buin’que ,ar 10 25t v ’oj6 05p ‘Thu 12 10par..Ash Fork..lv 8 05a Mo 5-50a Note—Close connections with the East boond Limited, passing Ash Fork Tuesdays, Thurs days and Sun days. Non h, South- LODAL bound. bound TIME TABLE Mountain Time. No. 1 **- (jfp. 2 Pass. # isass 1235 p Lv....Ash Fork.. Ar 5 40a No. 3 2 27p ....Jerome June .... 3 42a No. 2 10 45a D. V. Lv Jerome ar U. V. 0 25a 12 40p <t P. ar Jerome Janet’n lv &P. 7 00a 2 56p —P & E June.... 3 12a No 21 3lOp Ar....Prercott. ..Lv 2.55a No 22 12 30p Lv Mayer Ar q. 10 05a 1 OOp m Huron • 9 40a 125 p Cherry Creek— *3 9 15a 2 20p Lv. P& E Jnnct. Ar u 8 20u 2 40p Ar Prt scott.., Lv • B,ooa 315P] It Prescott ar 2 43a 4 35p ar ....'‘Sknll Valley, lv l 20a 4 55p iv Skuli Valley..ar 120a * 5 Lsp ... Kirkland 12 55p 6 45v Congress Junction. XI 17. p 720 p Wtokenimrs— 10 39p 747 p.. Hot Springs Junction 10 09p 8 44p ... , Peoria 9 06p 8 56p Glendale 8 56p 9C5p Alhambra.... » 45p 920 nar Phoorix..,.lv 8 3ip ♦Dining station. Through tickets to all points in the United States, Canada and Mexico. CONNECTIONS: Jerome Juoction with U. V. & P. Ry for Jerome; P.'& E. Junction with P. & E. R. R. for Huron and Mayer; Mayer with stage to Crovyn King and other mining points: Prescott with stage lines for all paincipal mining camps; Congress Junction with Stage lines for Congress, Harqna Hala, Stanton and Yarnell; Hot Springs Junction with tho C. C. • Hi#.&l. Go., for Castle Creek. Hot Sori> gs. the all-year round health resort; Phoenix with the M. & P. & S. R. V. R. R. for points on the S. P.System. E. W.GILLETT. GEO. M. SARGENT. General Agent. Gen. Frt. & Pass, Agt. Phoenix. Prescott Arizona. NOTICE. In the District Court of the United States, for the Third District of Arizona. In the Matter of M. H. McCord, Bank rupt, No. 4. Notice of first meeting of Credi tors. In Bankruptcy. To the Creditors of M. H. McCord, of ; Phoenix, in the County of Maricopa, and Dis- | trict aforesaid, a Bankrupt Notice is hereby given, that on the 13th day of May, A. D. 1899, tho said M. H. McCord was duly adjudicated Bankrupt; and t.hac the first of creditors will be held at 1 Phoenix in office of J. A. Kurtz, on the 16th day of June, A. D. 1899, nr 10 o’clock in the forenoon, atSvhich time the said creditors may attend, prove'their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt, a.nd transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. • ~ J. A. KURTZ, | Referee in Bankruptcy. ! M-' y 3,, 189 ,1 [phoenixlhortline: AM PM A M Pit 730 130 Lv Mesa .Ar 1080 60W 8 0(. 200 /.Tempo :10 00 5 so* 830 2 30'Ar—Phoenix Lv; 930 50Q > No. 1. No. 2 . 7 30 pm lv Phoenix ar: 800 am 8 90 p m: Tempe ; 7 25 a n»> b 15 pm! Peterson ; 7 Lsam* 8 30 pm... Kyrene i 655 am 8 55 pm: Sac&ton i 6 20am* 9 15 p m;ar Maricopa—lvl 6 00a nb SOUTHERN PACIFIC. East bound From East 10 08 pm lv Maricopa ar: 587 am ~ 115 am: Tucson 2 55 a m 930 am: Demiug i 555 >» m 12 30 pm... El Paso i 236 p m* 11 6ia m:.......5an Antonio .: 446 pm* 705 pm; ...Houston j 835 a m 755 am: New Orleans j 820 p m 10 25pm:., Washington i 1000 p m -623a m ; New York j 420 p m TEXAS & PACIFIC. East bound ‘ * From East 8 10 p m ; .* El Paso. ....10 15 am 6 30 pm; Dalles I 660 a m 7 14 pm; tt. Louis •: 9 4o a m 7 35 am; Chicago ; SMo p m • SOUTHERN PACIFIC. From West Westbound 10 08 p m ar Maricopa lv: 500 am 5 0u pm:........ ....Yuma i llco a m* 816 am: Los Angeles j 9 t)i f>m i 5 20 pm; ...Fresno illto- m. 9 00 ami San Francisco ...: 6CO pm 6 00 pm: 1 Portland I 9 00am*. 9 5c amjlv Seattle ail 6 00pm- - ■■ - - ■ - „ *4 Train No. 1 conuects with Southern Pacific train No. 19, eastbound, leaving Maricopa at 10:30 p.m. Train No. 2, connects with Southern Pacifio train No. 20. wabound, leaving Maricopa at" 5:45 a. m. ** Connections made at Phoenix with S. F. P. & P. R. R. for Prescott and Congress. * Connections at Mesa with st -.ge for Goldfield, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 12:30 p.‘ m ; for Florence and Globe, Tuesdays, Thurs days and Saturdays, at 4 o’clock a. m. Trains stop on signal. Foilman Palace car on al! trains be tween Phoenix and Maricopa. N. K. MASTEN, B. P. PORTEIt, President. General Supt. M. O. BICKNELL, General Passenger Agt. ‘SO DIFFERENT” %"V WFIGHT Proprietor Sli&,ving, SlianipooiHs;, 9fta.ii* Cntting, I>|q GIVE ME A CALL. ■ - ■ - , , ..... S 1 ... .in i " ' - fmTswiShS i Cough and |l |(onsumpiion 'A If ure m . II This is beyond question the |i cine ever known to science:*.** IvL S’.i few doses invariably cure the lßg IVi I Consumption is without a par- lIT Iv' allel in the history of medicine. lal wp Since its-first discovery i«t has ilk; been sold on a guarantee, a Gif B\ test which no other medicine Jm j ®1) can stand. If you have a SfAf Cough, we earnestly ask. you fiiwr fekA to try it. In United States and iai Canada 25c., 50c. and SI.OO, and In Is. 2d., 2s. Bd. and Vl' I(| SQLE PROPRIETORS I// S.C.Wells & Ca}| wj LERQY, N.Y. /JW For salt? by J. H. Barnett, Druggist MESA Feed aad Livery Stab^ P. MFJP. Proonetor