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XHl HSDAY, SEPTEMHEK 6. 1894,
otioi: to Tin: l'unuo.
APd'iiHactsaml bills for advcrtlslns pay-
gill. 1 ''')
Hii-.iih" locals 10 ccnls per lino for first In
foriion uul5 cents per lino for each subs.o-
Tut i iicomno Scn Is pleased to contribute
In imi'lir inatteis, but all notlcehof festivals,
(Jir iiuetlngs of societies, suppers, enter
tlim nts and mention of marriages, births
ami ilt.itlis. beyond tho regular unnounco
n t w 111 Ih) chaiged for at regular rates.
Huttcr ami eggs i-distantly on Ico at
M K Tinniu was in from Cudar
ranch this week.
Mis A. 15. Crawford, of Elgin, 111.,
aimed ou Saturday.
Coffin Bros, have just received a bar
rel of '! crop sorghum.
The tax levy of Yavapai county for
1SDI is 3 ceuts on the- dollar.
A. II. Smith, editor of tho Mohavo
"Miner," was in town yesterday.
L. II. 'Pol free and daughter were in
from the Graud Canyon Monday.
The Aiizoua Central Bank pays fail
rates of interest on tinio deposits.
The Saginaw Lumber Company are
putting in a loggiug camp at Rhoades.
Mi-s. C. M. Fnnsiou aud children it
turued from a visit to St. Louis Satur
day. For Rest Good storeroom, with
offices above, apply at Arizona Central
Ice cold soda water, flavored with tho
finest sumps, is what can bo had at the
Kingman has voted au issue of $60CO
in bonds for tho purpose of buildiug a
new school house.
All kinds of sheet iron and tin work
including rooting aud spouting, done
by Hoxworth S Co.
Aztec Court, I. O. F., of Winslow.
lms given up its charter, and tho mem
bers have joined Court Coconino No.
C. A. Greeulaw was down from
Challcudcr this week. The new mill
i turning out lumber to its full ra
'P. A. Uropliy, M. L. Roach, Misses
Maggie Mcers, Fannie Shaw and Nellie
H.iwkins, of Winslow, spout Saturday
For town lots, the purchase or lease
of railroad lands, apply to C. II. Fan
ner. General Agent of Laud Uep't,
Albuquerque, N. II.
(J. W. Pittock, tho correspondent of
the Albuquerquo "Citizen," was in
tnwu Sunday distributing fair litcrr
tnre. Ho went west as far as Needles
ou the same mission.
Which is worse, imprisonment for
life or a life-long disease, like scrofula,
for example? Tho former, certainly,
would bo preferable were it not that
Acer's Saisaparilla can always como
to the rescue and give tho poor sufferer
health, strength and happiness.
Sheriff Lowry, of Yavapai county,
was in town on Saturday to look after
the men arrested by Uudcr Sheriff
Dunn on Thursday. Tho men fairly
answered the telegraph description,
but tliey were not tho men wanted by
Sheriff Lowry, and they wore turned
Real merit is tho characteristic of
Hood's Sarsaparilla, and it is mani
fested every day in tho rcmarkablo
cures this medicino accomplishes.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is the kind. Tiy
it. Hood's Pills aro tho best family
cathartic and liver .medicine. Harm
less, reliable, sure.
E. W. Wilbcr and family, of Mesa
City, were in town during tho week.
Mr. Wilber is a prominent citizen of
Mesa City, aud ho aud his family aro
enjojiag tho cool air of tho San Fran,
cisco mountains. Thoy travel by
wagon and camp out, and will return
home in October.
John W. Ross announces himself as
tin- republican candidate for tho oillco
of district attorney of Coconino county.
Mr. Ross is an ardent republican. Ho
i- an able lawyer, and well qualified to
f'!l the ollico ho solicits from his parly,
l ho will receive tho earnest sup.
lortot his many friends in his caudl
d.icy. K II. Camcrou is announced as a
cmdidato for tho nomination of sheriff
"f Coconino county subject to tho action
of tho republican nominating convon-
Mr. Cameron is well known to
all our citizens, aud has always been
in active republican. He was tho first
shf-rij of Coconino county, and mado
"ne of tho best officials tho county ever
had. Ho deserves the nomination and
llB will in all probability bo tho choice
f his party, lls j,0 wllj bo tho chojco of
tie ptoyla on section day,
Hop. D. M. Riordau will return ho'mb
W. II. Carroll has closed his restau
rant for tho present.
The indications aro that tho rainy
season is about ovor.
H. Hock lias closed up tho Parlor
Excbango chop houso.
Politics interest a goodly number of
our citizens at present.
Mrs. W. H. Norman left Sunday for
her former homo in Erio, Kausas.'
Tho Sun is now prepared to do book
binding in any stylo at city prices.
J. II. Hoskins, Jr., and Charles Kel
ler each navo now Columbia bicycles.
M. T. Black & Co. have disposed of
their interest in tho Parlor Exchange.
A. E. FrauHortcr has put down a
now sidewalk, in front of his business
A couplo of street fights occurred
yesterday that wero amusing to tho
Jos. Gildnerwas thrown from a high
wheel bicycle, Tuesday, and had his
A number of quarrymen camo in
Friday to work in tho Arizona Sand
stone Co.'s quarry.
Mrs. N. Locker loft Sunday for Gun
nison, Colorado, where sho will spend
tho ucxt throe months.
The clerk of the town council has a
notice in this issuo which it will be
well for all taxpayers to read.
Rov. I. T. Whittemoro and T. C.
Moffetl left for Santa Fo last uight.
Mr. MofFott will return next week.
Will Tlukcr, a former Flagstaff boy,
but now a typo on tho Journal-Miner
at Prescott, was in town this week.
If you have a lot of magazines or
any other periodicals you want neatly
bound, bring them to tho Su.v office.
Iu the absence of tho pastor, there
will bo no preaching services in the
Prosbyteriau church ou next Sabbath.
Mrs. II N. Freeman and little daugh
ter arrived, Friday, to join her hus-
htisbaud, and they will remain here a
J. W. Prince had his arm badly cut
by tho breaking of tho maiu shaft belt
at Arizona Lumber & Timber Co.'s
mill on Saturday.
George Hoxworth and family aro
now located at 1 ICO South Ninth street,
Denver, Colorado. Mr. Hoxworth has
a good position there.
Do not wear impermeable and tight
littiug hats that constrict the blood
vessels of tho scalp. Use Hall's Hair
Renewor occasionally, and you will not
The court houso bonds will bo offered
for sale Saturday. There has been
considerable inquiry for tlicso bonds,
and it is moro than probable that they
will bo sold easily.
Charles Canall, lie of Coconino, re
turned Friday from Santa Monica,
where ho has been for tho past two
weeks, enjoying bathing in tho surf
and other seaside luxuries.
A large number of pine trees on the
heights west of' town are dying. Thoy
commenco to turn yellow at tho top
aud gradually tho entiro foliage be
comes affected, and the tree dies.
Mr. Percival Lowell and Prof. W. E.
Story returned to Boston, Monday.
Mr. Story is professor of mathematics
at tho Clark university, Worcester,
Mass. Mr. Lowell will return here in
J. Guthrie Savage left yesterday to
nttend thogranc' encampment, G. A. R.,
at Pittsburgh, Pa. He took with him
a lot of mineral specimens, which will
bo placed in tho cabinet of tho college
at his old homo in Adrian, Mich.
II. E. Bell has purchased au interest
iu the jewelry store formerly owned
by Geo. 11. Cook, and tho firm is now
Cook & Boll. Mr. ,Bell is a popular
young business man, ami is a valuablo
a-quisition to tho business Journal-
The only way to euro fever and aguo
Is either to netttralizo tho poisons which
cause tho disease or to expel them
from the system. Ayer's Ague Curo
operates in both ways. It is a war
ranted specific for-all forms of malarial
disorders, and never fails to cure.
At tho earnest solicitation of his
many friends, Harry C. Hibben has
consented to becomo a candidate for
the offico of treasurer of Coconino
county, his candidacy being subject to
the action of the republican county
convention. Mr. Hibben is well and
favorably known all over tho countv,
and is deservedly popular. Ho is a
thorough accountant, and if ho is
elected to the- troasurership tho books
and accounts of that office will bo kept
in a systematic manner. Mr. Hibben
is well qualillud to fill tho office of
treasurer, aud there is no doubt of his
nomination, and oleotion.,
There 'are but few vacant houses in
Flugstaff at present.
A good many Flagstatlitcs will at
tend tho Albuquerque fair next week.
Collin Bros, have just received a very
fine assortment of. fresh cream can
Sheriff Donahuo returned from
Yuma, Saturday. Ho spent several
days at Santa Monica, Cal.
Hon. W. G. Stowart left for Los
Angeles yesterday, whero ho will ro
lnain until Ills health improves.
J. F. Michaels, of tho Williams
Nows, was iu town today lookiug over
tho political field and the plans of tho
uew court. house;
Sunday night Rivdr do Flag was tho
highest it has over been. Heavy rains
iu tho mountains Sunday caused tho
Confinement does not ngrco with the
Navajo Indian in jail on charge of
horso stealing, and has been a pretty
sick Indian this week.
The country never presented a hand
somer appearance than it does at pres
ent. . Grass grows everywhere and
flowers bloom in profusion.
Tho tax rate of Cocnuioo county for
1894 is $2.90 on the $100 valuation. A
reduction is" made notwithstanding a
decreaso iu tho total valuation.
Tho Sun has secured tho service of
J. Morgan, a bookbinder who is fa
miliar with all tho branches of that
trade. Any work left at tho SUN of
fico will bo promptly attended to.
E. II. Cfess has opened a repair shop
In Crawford's jewelry store for tho
purpose of repairing bicycles, sowiug
machines, gnus, etc., etc. Ho guar
antees all his work and desires your
R. AHyn Lewis, of Phoenix, was in
town several days this week. Ho in
spected Co. I iu his capacity as in
spector of militia, and in his capacity
as deputy territorial auditor ho ex
amined into the affairs of tho Arizona
Central Bank, and on thesido he talked
life insurance, and during his stay here
ho was a pretty busy individual.
J. E. Jones announces his candi
dacy for tho offico of district attorney,
subject to the action of tho democratic
nominating convention. Mr. Jones is
a "little off cases" in politics for tho
Sun to endorso for office. But ho has,
as tho former editor of tho "Demo
crat," fought tho battles of that party
in a creditable manner aud assisted a
number of his party to obtain office,
and for this reason alone, if there
wero not many others, ho should re
ceive tho nomination for the office ho
asks from his parly.
First M. E. church, Rev. J. T.
Pierce, pastor: Preaching at 10 a. m.
and 8 p. m. Subject for morning ser
vice, "The Hidden Kingdom;" evening
theme, "Gambling." Sunday school
at 10 a. m.; subject, "Regeneration;"
J. II. Hoskins, Jr., superintendent.
Epworth League, 7 p. in.; subject,
"Labor and Reward." Tho meeting
will bo conducted by Daniel Wallace.
We extend a cord'al invitation to all.
Tlio I.nnd of Promise
Is the mighty West, the land that
"tickled with a hoe laughs a harvest;"
the El Dorado of tho miner; tho goal of
tho agricultural emigraut. While it
teems with all the elements of wealth
and prosperity, some of tho fairest and
most fruitful portions of it bear a har
vest of malaria reaped in its fullness
by those unprotected by a medical
safeguard. No one seekiug or dwell
ing in a malarial locality is safo from
tho scourge without Hostetter's Stom
ach Bitters. Emigrants, bear this in
mind. Commercial travelers sojourn
ing in malarious regions should carry
a bottle ot the Bitters in the traditional
gripsack. Against tho effects of ex
posure, mental or bodily overwork,
damp and unwholesome food or water,
it is an infallible defense. Constipa
tion, rheumatism, iiilliotisncss, dys
popsia, nervousness ami loss of
strength arc all remedied by this genial
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from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
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You may bo oastly and quickly oured
"I have been a victim of terri
ble headaches, and have never
found anything to relieve them
so quickly us Ayer's Pills. Since
I began taking this medicine, the
attacks have become less and
less frequent, until, at present,
months have passed since 1
have had one." C. F. Nkwjian,
Dug Spur, Va.
"Having used Ayer's Pills with
great success for dyspepsia, from
which I suffered for years, I re
solved never to be without them
In my household. They are In
deed effective." Mrs. Sallie
Mourns, 125 Willow St., Phila
"I always use Ayer's Pills, and
think them excellent." Mrs. G.
P. Watkous, Jackson, Fla.
Received Highest Awards
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR
Old books rebound aud made as good
as now at tho Sun oillco.
Tho Aztec Cattle Co. shipped a train
load of cattle from llolbrook this week.
Passenger trains on tho A. &. P.
have been frequently delayed this week
on account of washouts, both cast aud
Prof. J. W. Tourney, of tho terri
torial university, is in town tills week,
He is a making a study of the botany
of this section, and since his arrival
hero ho has collected a largo number
of plants. Prof. Tourney is making a
special study of the native trees of the
territory, and has already found sov-
enty-cight different varieties. He will
bo joined tomorrow by Prof. C. S.
Sargeant, of Harvard university, and
together they will visit the north sido
of tho San Francisco peaks.
We are Not teaching
Only trying to attract your
attention to the tact
that wo will have a large stock of
Slates, Tablets, Etc.,
about the first of next week.
We will give free, a nice
Book Cover with
each Book bought of us.
F. W. SMITH & CO.,
For Sale. A uew upright Kimball
piano. For terms and price, apply at
the News Depot.
Tho ranchers in this section have
a largo crop of hay which thoy have
been so far uuablo to harvest on ac
count of the wet weather. A week or
ten days of ordinary Arizona weather
will enable them to get in their hay.
A telegram from John Vories and
Georgo Babbitt, Monday, at Phoouix,
states that everything in regard to tho
reform school had becu satisfactorily
arrauged. This is good nows to Flag
staff, and it means that work on the
building will bo commenced as soon as
possiblo and continued until the build
ing is completed. Tho plans and spec
ifications call for a $25,000 building.
! Messrs. Babbitt, Vories aud Whipple
.left Phoenix, Tuesday, aud thoy aro
expected homo today.
C. A. Bush is a caudidato for re-election
to tho offico of recorder. During
his career in public offico Mr. Bush has
proven himself a careful, pains-taking
aud courteous official. So well has ho
conducted tho affairs of his offico that
there has never been tho slightest com
plaint mado against him. His capa
bilities for tho various duties of tbo re
corder's office havo been fully tested,
and tho majority given him at tho last
election is an indication of his popu
larity in tho county, and it is pretty
certain that ho will bo elected this fall
by a larger majority than last yew.
MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
If you want a first-class suit give us
your odor. W.o guarantee satisfaction
and REASONABLE PRICES.
We keep a good stock of
READY TO WEAR CLOTHING
and can give you a good fit
$3.50 ALL WOOL CALIFORNIA CASSIMERE PANTS.
When times wero good they sold at Five Dollars.
For STYLES. QUALITY of Goods and LOW Prices, WE LEAD.
' m CHAS3. A. KELLER, Proprietor.
All the Delicacies of the Season Fresh from the Market.
You are invited to call and inspect my Stock
J. F. DAGGS & CO.
BEEF, MUTTON AND LAMB,
By the Single Pound or Oarload Lots,
Prices to suit these Hard, or Democratic Times.
If you want anything in our
I hereby rdspectfully announce myself as a
candidate for chcrlfT, subject to the action of
the Republican convention of Coconino
county. Ralph H. Cameiio'n.
At the earnest solicitation of many Repub
lican voters, I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for tho office ot Treasurer of Coco
nlno county, subject to the action of the Re
publican convention of tho county.
II. C. Hibdek.
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
I deslro to announce myself as a candidate
for District Attorney of Coconino county,
subject to the action of tho Republican cor -ventiou.
John W. Ross
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for tho office of District Attorney, subjeit to
tho action of the Democratic County Con
vention. J. E. Jo CES.
I hereby announco mysvlt as a cand date
for rc-clcctlon to tho office of County Re
corder for tho County of Coconino, Arliona,
subject to the Republican nominating con
vention. O. A. BOSH.
Engines Nos. 5 and 6, of the Santa
Fc, Prescott & Phoenix railroad, passed
through hero today.
The Santa Fc, Prescott & Phoenix
railroad is now running passenger
traius to Kirkland valley.
There aro lots of candidates in tho
field, and lots of others who want to
he candidates, but aro too timid.
George McFarlin, an old Arizona
typo, is contemplating starting a news
paper at tho thriving mining camp of
The town council met Monday and
audited a number of hills and accepted
tho tax roll of tho property returned
by the town assessor.
Miss Flora Wcatherford is to supply
tho place of Miss S. A. Smith in the
primary depaitiucnt of the public
school during the latter's absence.
Dr. Smith, who left here last Friday
for his homo in Parsons, Kansns, ar
rived safely. The doctor is a victim
of consumption, and it was thought
that he could not survive the journey.
Elsewhere in this issue will be found
the election law passed by tho seven
teenth legislature. Tho new law re
quires a rcsideuce of one year in tho
territory prior to the election, and ton
days' residence iu tho county or pre
cinct. It will rcquiro a new registra
tion, aud it will he commenced at once.
The public schools of Phoenix will
not bo opened until September 24th.
Tombstoue leads them all this year.
Flagstaff set tho pace by opening hor
public schools on August 13,
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line, write or call on us, for pricesi
A. B. CRAWFORD,
All work promptly done.
Do not send your work away. It can
be done here. Satisfaction
Urakken's It LOCK, FtiAOSTArr, Abiz
The Oldest Bank In Mortbcm Arlsoas.
Merest Paid on Time Deposit!.
Collections a Specialty.
Referenoeo W. B. 8trong, President A. I. A
B. F. Railroad Company; Ellis WatnwrlfhV
Managing Director Ariiona Cattle Company,
Bt. Louis, Mo. Bank of California, Baa Fran.
Your Banking Business Solicited.
3. H. HOSKINS, 3t., CaaUer.
James Loy is in Prescott this week.
Tho territorial university has a now
professor of chemistry, -Robert E.
Forbes, from Champaign, Illinois.
The Southern Pacific railroad has
reduced rates to delegates to the Re
publican convention to bo held at Tuc
son ou September 12.
The republicans of Apache county
are making preparations for a vigor
ous campaign, and they will -no doubt
be successful this year.
A regular examination of teachers
was held by Probate Judge Babbitt and
the board of examiners. Clark Hitt
was tho ouly applicant, and ho passed
a creditable examination.
A spilt in tho Knights of Pythias is
said by members of tho supreme lodges
to bo tho possiblo and perhaps prob
able outcome of tho meeting' now in
progress at Washington.
The wool-growers of this section
have, owing to the passage of the Wil
son bill, ncen forced to rcduco tho
wages of herders, and thoy now have
a representative in New Mexico niak.
iug contracts with herders for tho year
at $15 per month. One year ago "tie
woolgrowers paid 35 per month. The
democratic administration does not
seem to help the laboring mat) to ai J