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THE AKIZONASREPUBLIOA3SJ, PHCENIX, SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 30. 1890.
UpAli 'HUKVtTins. $;
JPollowp iit't-t thin evening. ,
ipflinii nipi!tini iiimmiii1 W'tuliippilnv
,.iii with i good attendance ium
uch-interest. About u dozen tenting
parties uro now ujon the grounds. "
MOf'tho uinny delegated to tho Conven-
iiuiirwnu Hiixxi urounu iiiu strews in
tKroiigs, but feu' rciuniii ami thu town
lfas resumed it UKunlQuict npnenrunvo.
A careless iruest and- nn onon faucet
caused much dainagQiThuredav evening
ni mo uonmicrcini iioioi. ino water
ran through the cracks of the teeond
floor nnd dripned through tiio ceiling.
Tlio trustees of Sclio.ol 'DlstrictNo"; 1
transmitted yesterday! ti Sefretarj
iinmnionu, oi tuo Minding commission,
a statement of the debt of l'h&nix
schools, tho fcnmo amounting to over
Andrew Huston was bitten Thursday
by ti'nittlcpnuko, uhiio on Ids ranch
soutiiwcnt of Tempo. There lias liccn
nothing definiteheard nlxmt tho mattery
va.. .!.... it. ii..nt.. :.. ...... ill i..
l-Aviriik mill ill. illlDUfll la UI JlifHI
lrtil f.fim lint J.J).w..ci (if il.n imianli
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Surveyor Trott and n workingijmrly
are laying out the proposed roml.tothoj
israttsiiiwv.i on a new runic that is
deemed tho moat practicable of any yet
run. Tl io road uould have no Strong
grades, will bo economical to construct'
and would bo far tho fchortet, bringing
l'rescott within ninety miles of tlih?
Tho train yesterday was nlxmt a lialf
liour lato, causal by n delay of the train
from tho west at Gila liend. Tho loco
motive of tho W'st-bottnd train broko a
tiro on oiio of tho driving-wheela about
three mlkd east of Gila Rend, necessi
tating sending into tho station for an ex
tra engine to sidetrack the disabled one
and take the train on to Yuma.
"V. W. Weed, Court Reporter of tho
Second Judicial District, lias JinUhed
transcribing his portion of the testimony
taken in tho water suit during tho last
term of Court. Thcro will be, Inclusive
of tho woi-k dono by StenographerTichc
nor, fully IJOOO pages. Tho suit lias been
beyond question the most important
that lias ever come before an Arizona
Robinson's great show will bo in
l'luenixon October 7. II. Murray, tho
advance and press agent, took in this
city yesterday and mndo all preliminary
arrangements. Thero will be sixty cars
brought here loaded with the ell'ects of
tho circus and menagerie and a nerform
anco is promised that should entice
spectators from even distant parts of the
E. M. Mills is somewhat ill.
Harry Carpenter returns to Yuma to
day. A. G. Hubbard and Frank Wells are
back from Harqua llala.
P. C. Iticknoll has returned from a
soliciting trip to Prescott.
John T. Dennis is back from Califor
nia, too lato for tho fun of the Conven
tion. Messrs. .Meek and Gcrwoin, of tho
Coehiso delegation, leave this morning
for their homes.
Captain F. S. Ingalls, Superintendent
of tho Territorial Prison, leaves this
morning for Yuma.
Master Mechanic Webb, of the .Mari
copa and Phceidx railroad, has returned
from his California vacation.
F. W. Wentuorth, tho quintuplodelc
gato from Gila county, starts .today on
his return to Globe, via the lfeno road.
Robert E. Morrison, Apncho county's
delegato to tho Territorial Convention,
leaves this morning for his homo at St.
A. S. Foursheo leaves this morning for
Las Vegas, uiiero his family has been
upending tho summer. Ho will return
uith them in about threo ueeks.
At tho Commercial are registered
Frank Humphries, Los Angeles; R. E.
Pair, Louisville; Thomas E. Young,
Kansas City; L. Webber, Chicago; J.
Gartzscli, St. Louis.
W. II. Gill returned yesterday from a
two ueeks' trip through the mining
camps north of Pluenix. He journeyed
in the interest of Tin; Rkpi'iiucan and
brings homo with him tho names of a
largo number of new subscribers.
W. I). Hamman and wife, Wliliam
Kemp and wifo and Misses Julia and
Grace Kemp returned yesterday from an
outing at Antelopo Peak, near Stanton,
Yavapai county. They had a delightful
time, only marred bv the necessity of ,
crossing tho fifty milo desert to Sey
Funeral of Mm. Clark Churchill.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Margaretha
Churchill took place from tho family
residence at 4 o'clock yesterday after
noon. Dr. Riekerson performed tho
last offices of religion, speaking feelingly
of the many virtues of the deceased ami
tho void on cartli left by her departure
to the shore of peace.
Tho pall was lorne by N. 0. Murphy,
T. 1). Hammond, F. S. Ingalls, II. jfc.
Kemp, H. 11. St. Clairo and II. It.
The funeral procession was one of tho
largest ever seen in Pluenix, and was a
strong tributo of respect from nearly all
of the best peoplo of Phce'nix to tho
memory of a saintly woman who had
taken to herself thu robes of immortal
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JPff .Mining Job Work Attended to.
Tiif and Corrugated Iron Roofing.
All kinds of Job Work, Plumbing
Gas and Steam Fitting, Tin and
Coppor Work a Specialty. All
WORK STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS.
ASSIGNEE'S :-: SALE
BY ORDER OF THE CREDITORS OF THE
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I am authorized to sell the entire stock of Dry Goods, Cloth
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Goods, etc. Regardless of Cost.
Within eo Days
Counters, Shelving and Store Furniture for Sale.
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trip tickets to points east at a faro and
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Cincinnati, St. Louis, Louisville and
Kansas City, tickets will Ihj limited for
return thirty days. To olnts cast of
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October 31, Tickets aro on salo at all A.
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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.
Now, the 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 ni). but a forced case and facts.
Negligee Flannel Shirts reduced from $3.50 to $2.75.
Madrass (Jloth Shirts, reduced from $1.75 to $1.00.
Silk shirts, reduced from $5.00 to $3.50.
A fine line of light Coats and Vests immensely reduced
Underwear at Cost. Straw Hats below Cost. Low-Cut
Shoes aro away down.
A call at our Store and an examination of goods and prices
will convince anyone that this is a
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Millinery Goods and Straw Hats
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Cutlery and Eatedware
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