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TJLfcJ AlUZOfcTA -UKL'UBLIOAN, PIICKNIX, WEDNESDAY MOHN.LNG, SEPIEMBEH 10, 1800.
riiiL-nix Ixxljjo So. 5 j A. 0. U. W.
meets this CM'iiuig.
Ono drunk ami disorderly vns jiven
three days in tho city jail byltceoider
Sch kHz, yesterday.
Tlio annual report of tho Governor of
Arizona una tlcsinitelieil yesterday, to
tlio Secretary of tho Interior.
Trains aro now ruining on tinio on
tho Southern Pacific, nil delayed express
and freight trains bavins passed Mari
copa. There will bo a meeting of tho teachers
of tlio public schools of l'lucnix hold at
tlio higli school building at 10 o'clock
Tho Harrison Club meets this evening
for the consideration of a now constitu
tion and bylaws and for starting tho
work of tho campaign.
Tho mail that arrived yesterday em
braced that from tho East" for threo days
and needed a heavy truck to trausjKirlit
from tho train to tho postollico.
It is generally understood that It. L.
Long, lato principal of tho Territorial
Normal School, is to bo superintendent
of tho public schools of l'luunix.
It is found difllcult for tho local rail
road to obtain tho necessary cars for
dispatching outside freight. As soon as
they aro secured several largo shipments
of cattlo will bo made.
Arthur Marlow was brought beforo
J ustico Sherman yesterday on a charge
of resisting an oflicer. Ho stated that
ho had done so under a misapprehen
sion of tho advico of his attorney. Tito
Justice accepted tho talo and dismissed
the defendant with tho nominal lino of
David Foley yesterday filed suit in tho
District Court against tho Valloy Sheet
Railway Company for tho sum of $10
000. During Fiesta time, last Juno,
PlaintiiT was standing on the steps of a
crowed car, which had stopped at tho
siding in front of J. 15. ling's residence,
to allow another car to pass. 15y reason
of tho narrow spaco between tho two
tracks, tho passing car crushed Foley
severely. Tlio injuries were of such a
character, that ho was compelled to
enter tho County Hospital, whero ho
has since been.
John G. Wheeler died in Phiunix
Monday night at 10:30. of alow fover,
complicated with blood poisoning. De
ceased has been a resident of l'luunix
for nearly two years, the last year of
which timo ho has been in tho omplov
of Frank Fuqua, tho liveryman. Ho
was a young man, about SO years of age,
n nativo of Kansas. Ho leaves a wifo
and threo small children. Mrs. Wheeler
is a nieco of Nowell Hcrrick . Tho fun
eral took place yesterday afternoon from
tho lato residenco of tho deceased, cor
ner of Washington and Papago streets.
Mrs. Tulbcrt, Miss Cora Cotting, Mar
lon Tulbert, Ed. Guvett, D. H. Uurtif",
Edith Tulbert and Gertio Pemberton
returned Sunday night from an outing
on Camp Creek. In the homeward
journey most of tho party bowled along
in tho buggy, leaving the threo last
named in tho heavv wagon. Then were
overtaken on tho Cavo Creek divide by
a severe thunder storm and had quito
a disagreeable experience, tho flashing
lightning so terrifying tho horses that
Burtis had to unhitch them and hold
them until most of tho storm was over.
They arrived hero after midnight soak
II. E.Kemp went to Tucson yester
day. II. II. McNeil returned ye3to rday
J. W. Kincaul and family returned
yesterday from a visit to Texas.
C. F. Ainsworth and Will Pinney aro
attending court in Florence.
II. Brown, of tho Great Eastern, start
ed for San Francisco yesterday.
C. A. Wright, Santa Rosa, and C. E.
Hughes, Fresno, aro at tho Lemon.
Colonel C. S. Masten and wifo leave
this morning for a acation trip to Coro
Miss Grace Perley is back from Illinois,
whero she has been attending a sum
mer normal scliool.
Mrs. Joseph Brennan and dnughter
have returned from a stay of several
months in Colorado.
James K. Miller, Albert Miller, John
Mahan and Dr. White represented
Tempo yesterday in this city.
J. M. Benbrook returned yesterday
from Los Angeles, brought hither by a
telegram informing him that his wifo is
Attorney General Clark Churchill left
on this morning's train for California,
whero ho will seek needed recuperation
on tho sea shore.
Ed. E mils, tho freighter, is sutlering
from a sevens attack of nleurisv. brought
on by expo8u.ro to tho driving fctorms of
mo past wcck, wiuiu at cjongrc us Aiino.
James M. Trute, McDowell, Hugh Mc
Crum, San Francisco, S. E. Kolley, Hills
dale, Midi., J. W. Stone. Minneapolis,
S. 11. McLees, Frceport, 111., aro at tho
Constablo John Slankard returned
yesterday from Tucson, whero ho went
to apprehend a horsothief. The man ho
wanted was found in jail at that point,
hold on a charge of murder, so John
D. H. BURTI8,
WHOLESALE AND UETAIL DEALER IN
TIN, COPPER AND GRANITE WARE.
STOVKS ind JIANGES, GAS and GASOLINE STOVES
Plumbing Material, Pumps, Pipe,
Prass Goods of all descriptions,
Mining Job Work Attended to.
Tin and Corrugated Iron Koofing.
All kinds of Job Work, Plumbing
Gas and Steam Fitting, Tin and
Copper "Work a Specialty. All
WORK STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS.
ASSIGNEE'S :-: SALE
BY ORDER OF TIIR CREDITORS OF THE
I. X. L. STOEE
I am authorized to sell tho entire stock of Dry Goods, Cloth
ing, Roots and Shoes, Gents' Furnishing
Goods, etc. Regardless of Cost.
Counters, Shelving and Store Furniture for Sale.
S. M!AJRK1S, Assigii.ee.
GOLDMAN & CO.
Sinner Goods at Your Own Fiires
Notice All persona knowing them
Belvcs indebted to mo will please call and
settlo their accounts beforo October 1, or
I shall put tho same in tho hands of a
collector for settlement.
113-120 Nellie Rockwell.
Mrs. M. W. Martin, ex-pupil of Dr.
'William .Mason, of Now York, will be
prepared to take, pupils on niano, by
October 1. For terms or further infoi
mation, call or address postoflico box
257. Reaidenee, Adams street, between
Tonto and Apache. It
Tho best school shoes at tho lowest
prices at O. A. Downs', Monihon build
ing, Washington street. 112-M1
Tho AVinsor House dining-room on
Center Btreet will bo opened by Miss
Kcxilius on Monday. September 8.
First-class tablo Iwarcl at reasonablo
rates, also room and board for those
whiting rooms. 112 tf
Stock cattlo for sale, or will oxchango
for property within threo miles of
town. Apply Kki-uiilioan office. 112tf
For a llist-class breakfast go to tho
Maricopa House, at Maricopa.
Foil Kent. A spacious, cool dwelling
closo to business center. Enquire at
office of Goldman & Co. DO-tf
Fon Kent Centrally situated resi
denco of threo roomi; cool and pleasant.
Apply at this oflicc.
Go to Lomon Hotel for first-class ac
commodations. Newly renovated, and
new management. Sample rooni9 and
electric lights. Mas. S. 0. Diiew.
Dyer's largo new llthograped bird's
eye view of l'luunix, neatly rolled ready
to mail, for salo at
Prowell's Opera House Drug Storo.
Kschman's Drug Storo,
Sellig's Cigar Store. 88-118.
In looking over our lines of Summer Goods wo find our
selves largely overstocked. We are compelled to make a
clean-up before starting to purchase our Fall Stock.
JSow, tho only way to accomplish our point in these hard
times, is to slaughter goods and bring them within the reach
This is not an advertising scheme, like some of our com
petitors get up, but a forced case and facts.
Negligeo Flannel Shirts reduced from $3.50 to $2.75.
Madrass Cloth Shirts, reduced from $1.75 to $1.00.
Silk shirts, reduced from $5.00 to $3.50.
A fino line of light Coats and Vests immensely reduced
Underwear at Cost. Straw Hats below Cost. Low-Cut
Shoes are away down.
A call at our Storo and an examination of goods and prices
will convince anyone that this is a
Should you bo hard up for Cash,
BRESTG- EST YOTJR PEODUCTS
And you aro suro to find a market with us, if nowhere else.
GOLDMAN & CO.
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HI If 01
Millinery Goods and Straw Hats
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Wo Have Concluded to Close Out Our PIkniix house.
WE WILL OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK
-Cutlery and Platedware-
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