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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PfiCENIXi THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 24. 1890.
Tho Rebecca Lodge, I. 0. 0. 1, meets
There ill be a special meeting of the
rhienix Giuuds this evening.
The oilke of thu Governor is fully ten
degrees cooler than the average tem
perature elsewhere in the city.
Kit-hard Stockton was slightly cut
ujKin tho forehead by u rock, encoun
tered in a dive into tho Fait Hiver last
John Doe, that celebrated disturber of
tho public peaco, was arrested last night
by .1 nines Hlankenship charged with a
battery upon a Mexican woman near
In tho Probato Court yesterday, nn
objection was filed by tho attorneys for
Edward Marlow to the bond of Oscar L.
Uibbs, alleging that it is incorrect in
Deputy Treasurer George W. Hoadley
ndvertUes in this issue that he is ready
to iiiiv another draft of Territorial war
rants. The amount to be disbursed will
This is a great day among tho Mor
mons, being the anniversary of tho en
trance into the Salt Lake Valley of the
pilgrims from Nauvoo. There willbo
commenorntive exercises at Mesa City.
Though but a few drops of rain fell
yesterday afternoon in I'Wnix. there
was a heavy gale of wind and a drench
ing rain about mx miles to the north
east. Tho storm seemed to hug the
The Board of Supervisors in session
yesterday on petition extended tho
boundary lino of School District No. 24.
near Gila Bend, so as to embrace all of
Tow nship 5 South, Kange 4 West. This
adds to tlio district, at the expense of
District No. 1, six miles of the Southern
Tho Maricopa County Beekeepers'
Association shipped yesterday via tho
Santa Fo road to Chicago a carload of
230 cases of extracted mesquite and
alfalfa honev. Otner carloads w ill fol
low every few weeks. Tho honey is
consigned to Barnett & Co., wholesalo
commission merchants at Chicago.
Mrs. Eliza M. Taylor, wife of William
Taylor, and sister of Newell Ilerrick,
died yesterday morning at the family
residence, a mile northeast of tho city.
She was 54 years of age and leaves
seven children. Tho funeral will take
place from the home of the deceased at
10 o'clock this morning.
Tho funeral of Berenice M. Campbell,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Camp
bell, took place at 4 o'clock yesterday
afternoon from the family residence on
Adams street, 'flie entire bar of tho
city and a large number of other friends
of "tho family attended. Tho pall was
borne by Messrs. Chalmers, Baxter, Ed
wards, and Crenshaw.
Bv the Maricopa and Pluenix Rail
road w ere yesterday shipped three car
loads of grain, one car of hay, one of
honev, one of Hour, one of government
freight and one of general merchandise.
The" incoming train brought two cars of
wood for Minor, from Kyrene, ono car
oi Deer lor uomman ana several cars oi
The large picture of Phiunix made by
J. C. Dyer, will be finished by tho
engravers about August 1st and will bo
ready for delivery to subscribers at that
time. Tho engravers, M. Schmidt &
Co., of San Francisco, inform Mr. Dyer
it will be the finest picture of the kind
e er issued on the. Pacific Coast.
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It. C. IJrown leaves this morning for
Tom Schultz, of tho Buckeye Blade, is
in tho city.
Ex-Superintendeilt Behan returns to
Superintendent Keating anil II. II.
Wharton left yesterday for Humbug
E. M. Mills returned yesterday after
safely seeing his family as far as Stein's
Pass, on their ay East.
Jerry Millay and family leave this
morning for" Santa Cruz, California,
where they have engaged for tho sum
mer ii cottage upon the bluff, overlook
ng tho sea.
Frank Smith, C. S. Scott, Charles
French, J. W. Kalfus, J. II. McMauus,
J. II. Baker and William Calls leave
today from the Hot Springs of Castle
Creek, where they will spend several
Tom Brown is onco more in Pluenix.
He has been down in Sonora for the last
two weeks, looking at u mining prop
erty, located about sixty miles south of
Nogales. The mines did not suit him,
the mineral being in very small veins,
but ho likes very much tho country in
which they lie. "Nogales," he says, "is
the liveliest and most prosperous town
1 lmvo seen in the Territory.''
J. A. Agard is back from the Ilarrjua
Halas, looking after his black colt, which
strayed from Harrisburg alwut twelve
days ago. Johnnio has been on tho road
about a week, coming by way of Buck
eye. He says that at Burger's Well, on
tho desert half way from Sidney to Har
risburg, tho storm of Saturday night
was something terrific. Ho clung to
the standards of tho well and watched
the wind tear up the sagebrush.
Dr. J. I). MacLennan, who has been a
near neighbor of The Kki-uiimcan since
it started, will this morning leave for
San Francisco, whither ho is called by
sickness in his family. During his stay
here, Dr. MacLennan has not only
proved himself a good physician, but a
genial and companionable gentleman,
whom every ono likes. Tho doctor will
remain in San Francisco about a fort
night, when he will go toPrescott to seo
somo patients, returning hero about
October 10. Ho retains his oflices.
The ltcriiiiMCAX wishes him a safe and
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Parties wanting seedless Sultana and
Muscat grapes for canning, etc., leave
orders at Phoenix Bakery. 3'J-lni
For a llrbt-cltisa breakfast go to the
Maricopa House, at Maricopa.
If you want A 1 nobby lit call on
Nicholson tho Tailor.
Cheap rooms, free bath, at tho Vcn-dome.
Call on Jim Bradbury for the coolest
glass of beer in the city,
A choice lino of imported cigars at
Bradbury's, on Washington street.
Nicholson tho Tailor has received an
elegant lino of trouserings and suitings
light goods to suit the season.
No Cure No Pay.
Dr. Hyde, oculist, olllce and residence
east of Gregory house, Pha-nix, Ariz.
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