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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 23. 1890.
Yesterday was, without doubt, tho
hottest day of the season.
Albert ilaves, colored, oharged with
rape upon Ada Green, also coloted, vn8
jesterday surrendered by his bondsmen
and Ana locked up to await the action of
the next grand jurj.
William Dohcney was again brought
up for examination before Judgo Rich
nrds yesterday afternoon. Owing to tho
illness of tho littlo child of Joseph
Campbell, ono of tho attorneys for the
defense, tho examination was continued
to this afternoon.
Tho head of tho Buckejo canal is now
being flanked and strengthened on tho
river side by a facing of wooden cribs,
loaded down with stone. Tho directors
have heeded tho warningof last winter's
Hood, and intend to make everything
secure nlwut tho headgates.
Under execution issued from tho
District Court, 1560 head of feeding
Bteers, belonging to S. 1'. l'eck, were
sold yesterday by the Sheriff at the
Devereaux ranch, north of Phcenix.
The herd was bid in bv John Lutgerdine,
at the sum of $3000. 'About 150 head of
the cattle are yet upon the ango upon
New River and must be gathered by the
W. A. Farish, lessee of the Union
mine, returns today to the property and
will within a week have the mill in
operation. Such of the oro as is car
bonate in character w ill be concentrated.
There is amplo water in tho mine to run
the mill for several months. It is ex
pected that more water will bo struck in
tho drift at tho J550-foot leol, upon ex
tending it about thirty-fle feet, when
tho ledge w ill lie cut that carries the
"Subscribe for the Best."
Is the Most Complete Paper Published in the
Engineer Barry left yesterday for
P. T. Burtis lcaes this morning for
M. M. Jackson is in the city from
A. E. DeCorso, of Yuma, is regis
tered at tho Mills House.
Governor Wolfley leaves this morning
on a trip to Tucson. He will begone
R. C. Brown, of the Florence Enter
vrite, came in on yesterday's train on
hii way to PrescottI
J. T. Priest, ono of tho oldest farmer
under the Tempe canal, is in tho city at
tending on the water cac.
Colonel Herring was not on time at
tho calling of the water case yesterday.
He will bo in from Tombstone on to
Mons Ellingsen and Neils Peterson
were among tho Tempe farmers who
were drawn to Pluvnix yesterday on
District Court matters.
Vice President C. M. Prange, of the
Yuma copper mines, and Profcsor John
Herdeegen leae on this morning's train
for the East. Mr. Prange stops at St.
Louis, where his home is located, but
the Professor goes as far as Now York.
The funoral of Mrs. Mary Bradbury
took place jesterday from the late resi
dence of the deceased. A long line of
carriages followed the heaiso to the
cemetery, where the body of tho unfor
tunate woman was laid to rest with ap
Death of .loieph Cniiipliell'A llnURlitpr.
Yesterday afternoon alwut 15 o'clock,
the younger child of Joseph Campbell,
a girl alwut 5 jears of age,died of Kurlet
feer. Needless to say that eerything
Iios-'iblewas done for tho little autlerer,
nit the disease was of too malignant a
typo to bo stayed. She was a child of
unusual beauty and intelligence, and to
tho parents her death is indeed a blow.
The time for the funeral is not
definitely set, but it is expected to take
place this afternoon. Father Jouenceau.
who will officiate, has been telegraphed
for to Tucson, where he has been for
Tim .Marlou Kntnte.
The report of Edward Marlow, special
administrator of the estate of George
Marlow, was filed in the Probate Court
yesterday. Ho rejiorts belonging to the
estate 4,592 head of cattle and about
twenty horses. Expensed nnd fees to
tho amount of $424, were allowed by
the Court. Tho bond of Oscar L. Gibbs,
co-administrator of the estato, was sub
mitted in the sum of $104,000, with
Tho bond of Charles Goldman, as ad
ministrator, was approved.
C Meadows, I'ayion M Sternfeld, Ilutlklo
S C IIakk, Tombitone It C Ilrown, Florence
A E tic Corse, Yuiuh
C M I'raugu, Harcnrar Johulleerdegen, N Y
C I Itubson, Mesa J II 1'oineroy, Mesa
(ieu Hrtinllu. Harcuvar Alex Iluntln, Tempe
W J Scbastlan.S Krnn'o E I) W addle, bt Joseph
M M Khhcr, Morrison 1' Murphy, Lot A nuclei
MA II I t'Ol-A HOUSE, MAKICOr-A.
II Oressllntf, I'hanlx II K I'orter, M i. 1' It It
H 0 Ilrown, Florence l)r A E de Cone, Yuma
II F Miller, Yuma 1) II Itecarte, Tha-nlx
V WaddliiKton.rhanlxI' 1' Dungs, Tempe
JTaner, I'lumfx WF Holder A fam.Marl'o
EM MMiA.fiiui.l'huVx 1' W W llllami, Texas
County ltecoriler'fl Office.
UeiHirtol dally by Oreene A Wood, Abstractor!.
The following Instruments were yesterday
fllod (or record In the oillco of the County He
conler Water location' by A. J. Chandler. Claims
JO.Okj Inches o( water of halt river on cast bank,
'.W feet north of dam of Arlzonal canal.
Morgan Miller and wife to Louis 1). Smith
Five acres In 8 Kcoruerof 8 W i of K Wli of
see 30, Tn N, II 3 K
Chas It Drake, I'.ettlver, to Van It Ileechum
Final receipt for the 8 E If and 8 E i of N E i
ond S E 'f of N E 'f and 3 E i of 8 W f sec.it,
Tp 3, N, ft 2 E.
Charles K Drake, Receiver, to Albert Miller
Final receipt for 8 E i4 occ. r, Tp, 1 N, It I E.
Anna De ruy to Mary A Maker Lot 3, block
'&, Neahrs Addition to City or l'hicmi, Con
Charles 11 Drake, Uecelvcr, to Holiert Orlgsby
Final receipt for all of sec 7, Tp 2 N, It '- E
Foit Ri:.nt Centrally situated resi
dence of threo rooms; cool and pleasant.
Apply at this office.
Parties wanting seedless Sultana and
Miihcat grapes for canning, etc., lease
orders at Phoenix Rakcry. ,'MMin
For n llist-class breakfast go to the
Maricopa House, at Maricopa.
If you want A 1 nobby fit call on
Nicholson tho Tailor.
Cheap rooms, free bath, at the Yen
dome. Call on Jim Rradbury for tho coolest
glass of beer in tho city,
A choico lino of imported cigars at
Rradbury's, on Washington street.
Nicholson the Tailor has received an
elegant line of trouserings and suitings
light goods to suit the season.
No Cure No l'y.
Dr. Hyde, oculist, office and residence
east of Gregory house, Phumix, Ariz.
To Let IIouso on Aravalpa St., between
Washington and Serlerson Hts., 4 rooms iartly
furnished. 1M0 per mouth. Inquire at resi
dence of E. II. Klrkland. Jt
Taking Quality and Price Into Account, "The
Arizona Republican" is the Cheapest News-
. paper Published in -the Southwest.
COME m SEE US
Taking Quantity and Quality of Circulation Into
Consideration, "The Arizona Republican11
Is the Rest and Cheapest Advertising
Medium Published in the Southwest.
ITS CIRCULATION IS THROUGHOUT ARIZONA,
New Mexico, Western Texas and Southern Cali
fornia, and it Covers the Largest Territory of Any
Daily Newspaper West of New Orleans and South
of Denver. No Expense is, or will be Spared
by "The Arizona Republican1' to Retain Its
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Sole Agents for the Victoria Mineral Water, the only Genuine Mineral
Wnter in this Territory.
JULY 5, 1890.
Our Summer Stock of Clothing
Hats, Shoesand Dry Goods
Must Be Closed Out Before
SEPTEMBER 15, 1890,
SO AS TO BE PREPARED FOR OUR
DILLON & KENEALY
LEADERS JN LOW PRICES.
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FREST-I STOCTC OF THE
Best and Purest Drugs
EVER BROUGHT TO PHCENIX.
Elegant Toilet Articles,
Faney Goods, Perfumes, Soaps,
And All Articles Usually Foupd
in First-Class Drug Stores.
Tho Prescription Department is under the ehaigeof
a Graduate of one of tho beHt Colleges of l'hannucy
in tho country, and especial attention is given to
Compiling Prescriptions), both Day and Night.
Call and See Us, Whether Yon Wish to
Purchase Anything or Not.
Tho Opera 1-Iouse Drug Store Never Closer.
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W.o Have Concluded to Close Out Our Phoenix HonBf.
WE WILL OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK
H Cutlery and Platedware
ST FEIZDTLJOEJID "EPRIOEIS.
UNTIL THE STOCK IB ENTIRELY DISPOSED OF.
We Have Closed Our Books and "Will
SELL FOR CASH ONLY-
Parties Indebted to Us Will. Please Call and Settle.
A Rare Opportunity
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A Pirst-Class Business.
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