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t V TMURSDAY, June 15, 1893 XEWH. Culled from Exchange. Tucson ha 1000 school children. A canal convention is in scbsiou at Tempe today. Frescott has raised t2,fi00 for her Fourth of July celebration. Tha senate committee will visit Arizona about August l."th. At Flagstaff last week, a lad named Neal Clark was severely injured by a pet deer. The Fhcrrtlx Packing Co. commenced operations last .Saturday, canning apricots. The normal school board hasdecided to retala tho prcioiit coriof teachers another vear. Mr. Andrew Gibbon of Flagstaff, suf fered a broken arm, last week, from a I kick by a horse, Yuma is shipping watermelons by the carload to Denver, where they re alize fancy price. Hou. Mark A. Smith, Arizona's del egate in congress, reached home at Tombstone last Friday. A tralnload of cattle for Nevada was shlpix'd from Tucson Monday. It passed Ariola at evening. The report of the school census just completed, shows that Plm-nix has ll'Jj children of school age. Monday Mr. D. L. Murray of Huh nil, disposed of his entire herd of cat tle to a parly from Colorsdo. During t lie month of May twelve carloads v3ti,ono pounds; of high grade ore were whipped from Kingman. Three carloads of machinery for a new planing mill have arrived at "Wil liams, and will soon Ik- in operation. I Cattlemen say that there is plenty of stock in the territory, not with standing heavy losses and shipments. Gila Hend has organized a Are com pany, which will le equipped by the merchants of the town ami the rail road. Wednesday of last week seven car loads of Arizona alfalfa passed Kl I "a so en route to Paris, France, via New Or leans. oLast week seventeen carloads of prime iKfef cattle were shipped from riuvnix undTr-mt. to Kansas City and Denver. The St. John's Herald wants the people of the town to club together and send three or four old soaks to the Jag cure. Last week over four miles of wire fence recent ly erected on t he Calahasis grant, near Tombstone, were cut bv Th chances for construction of a railway from l"honlx to Trescott bv the Southern Pacific railway this sea son are said to be good. Considerable counterfeit silver i In circulation throughout the territory Dimes, quarters and dollars are the denominations included Tuesday of last week Mrs. George Sirritieof Mesa, di-d of droiv. De ceased was among the earliest settlers in the Salt River Valley. At Tempe the large building of the F. E. White Cactus Furniture Co. is nearly completed, and will make quite an addition to the town. In the school teaelurs' examination at riwnii. last week, but three appli cants out of a class of eighteen suc ceeded in securing certificates. It isetimated that about one hun dred thousand head of shni have been shorn at Ash Fork this vseasoi, withsevcral bands yet to shear. Hunt & OswaJd, two Plm-nix con tractors are under arrest for attempt ing to defrauil their creditors, and. failing to give bond, are languishing iu jail. Judge Rouse has appointed George II. Hyatt of Graham county, court commissioner of the diked Slates dis trict court for the third judicial dis trk,L Monday the !oard of trustees of the territorial reform school selected a site for that Institution, immediately adjoining the townsite of Flagstaff on the south. The live stock sanitary commission will meet in l'honlx Saturday. As this will bo- the first meeting of the new iKiard the principal business will bo that of organization. Water is scarce at Fort? Grant and Howe, and it is suggested that the two posts be removed to the vicinity of j Willcox. where there is abundance of ; water, ;'.nd consolidated. ! ... . , .... i iJoctor Jones or remix, last week successfully performed a very delicate operation in removing a cancer from the breast of Mrs. John LeUarge. The patient I reported improving. In riuniix Monday a man named George Timmis was sentenced to a term of six months in the county Jail, for chaining up his seven-year-old son. on Sunday, while he went away from home to preach the gospel. Monday Mr. J. L. Foster started from Phoenix to San Diego, with a fine ream belonging to Mr. J. L. Gant. who calculates that by driving through he win save tJfty dollars on the cost of rail transuortatlon. The Citizen states that two leading lights of Arizona democracy had a j spirited discussion on the street in Tucson Sunday evening. Their argu- mentswere punctuated with profau-j ity and emphasized with chairs, The Atlantic & PaciJc railroad has completed a large well at Winslow. affording an ample supply of water for ! rp.MS. It is thirty feefc deen. MlSCELLJLNHOrS. o. s. ie 13 .vigors:, Real Estate, Insurance, Sotarv Public, Relinquishments Bought and Sold. Town Lock and Acreage on Townsite and the Best of Fruit and Alfalfa Lands For Sale. fall on or Address ARIZOLA, ARIZONA. c. s. unm. ARIZOLA, ARIZONA. Xcw Stock, 1 cw Town, -Ci" Cow Venture. Everything Jew at Jrizola, Arizona. DRY GOODS, GROCERIES & GENERAL MERCHANDISE, I. .A. 11 ldnclte of Produce That Can Be I landled TAKEN in EXCHANGE lor GOODS. 111 111 UMMIl lrizola lirj Irizona 55" Summer Dress Gooas, Styles, Pretty Patterns Just Arrived. settlers. Mrs. Eden Muzzy of Long wood, Fi,i 1 desires to know the whereabouts of 1 . '1U Frank Muzxv. who formerly li Arizona. MMemi uousanu gauons per Hour. At .lerunie hut week the new. hiir IT Will Bo Sold at Vcrv Low Fisnrcs i weniy-one ieei in ni.nuet.er, arid flow i Last week the Commercial Mining! ind pounds mine iivar Co. shipped eight thou of copper matte from Ha Preseott. At Fort Iluachuca water is so warce that gardens cannot he irrigated. Nor Is water for domestic p;irjoses over abundant. At Phoenix last Friday lVte Snentre wa.t sentenced by Judge Hakor to a . . . e 11 j . 1 run u iik- y in me pe::iu nt la-y for assault. A number of brick cot er-.'L'tel in Winslow this th; Attanti-. & P.i:i5c 0'.. ii:'H;iat ion. water jacket smelter, with a daily en pacity (.f one hundred tons. w:is blown : ! in. . GROVER. tr.fes will to suinii'i r hy 's omnUive's This, with the two smaller nn.s! each of thirty tons capacity, makes j a handsome output from the great cop- j per camp. j Last Thursday Joe lialsa, a Mexican, was thrown frotn a moving train at Uila r.ei:d, a w;nvl jassiug ever (.is le;i and eni.-diimr It. He w.is talon to j the Maricopa county hospital at Pha : fix, wlu-re lix-tor Mn honey amputated j the injure.'! mcmi-er. I The Yui i Waicr :',!)! Lt-ht ('c. ha.; ; ordered 7t-0 light, machine Irom the l-.j;. . 1 j 1 a '"o'" v o., j.rni h- r, now on t;.r wav. 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