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VOL. XI II.
FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER J J, 1803.
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To buy Lumber from us, but now is a little better
than usual. We want both Money and Piling Room, and
are willing to do anything in reason to get either.
0iiR - Prices -
Lool5 0er t)e
IF THIS ARRESTS
Your attention, wo wish
to inform 3011 llmt we
do evei thing in tun
lino of cnmtucicinl, so
ciety nml genet nl job
work. We haro the facilities anil aie
picpaio to do nil staled of pi luting.
When j on mo
A PLEASED CUSTOMER
Is the best ndveitiscment wo
know of. 4So luing around
your pi luting and wo will
pleao j on, both in the quality
of milk and pi lee charged.
When j 011 call dou't forget to
T-HR OOGONINO SUN.
THE LEADING HOTEL OF
"the bank hotel I
Tourists and commercial travelers will find the
above named hotel complete in all the modern im
provements of the day. The management will spare
no pains to cater to the.wants of his patrons.
BOOMS BY THE DAY, WEEK OR MONTH.
Also Dining Room attached, where nothing but
the best the market affords is served to Guests.
T. JT. Coalter, Prop.,
All the Dalioaoies of the Season Fresh from the Market.
You are invited to oall and inspeot my Stock
FMGSTAFF, ARIZONA ,,....
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Are - Right.
and Timber Co.
For n joh and say joii must
have it in an hour, a day
or a n eek, wo ran do it for
&4voti with less fuss and
moio stuety than any other establish
ment in Aiuona. We can handle any
job fiom a xisiting cud to a tiictis
.OHAS, A. KELLER, Phopwibtob.
CANDIES, NOTIONS, TOBACCO,
i WEEK IN WILLIAMS.
First Regular Meeting of the New
FIGHT ON INCORPORATION.
llio Clark & Admits Mill to be Re
built Xow Residences rin
lulied Tlio I'rco Heading
lloora Is Assured.
(FROM OUB UCGULAII CORIIESrO.NDENT.1
The peoplu's puly will fouu uu
nignniation in this city.
W. A. RiiIIIii'ikI is slowly nco cling
fiom a soveio attack of 1 hciitn.it ism.
Gencial Snpciiiitcndrnl Wells of the
A. & 1 was a city visitor lliis week.
Gcni'ial George Tlininton is the
latest liciiy weight to invest in a bike.
Tho infant child of Mi. and Mrs. J.
D. Cm oil has been quite sick the past
The new cily jail is completed and
has been tinned over to this pioper
S. J. Sliil, inannjrer of tho link, is
out with lliii aiinolliieeiiieiit of a giund
masqiiciadc ball on 'thanksgiving Eve.
Mr. Slater of New Yolk City is the
genial and geiitlcni inly diy goods
clcik now in the employ of M. Salz-
Cli.i". Mi G.u intends leaving in a
few dn.vs for Ihe soiltliein p.ul of the
leiiiloi, wheiu he will icsido in the
fill inc. 1
The 'Jaginaw Lumbci Compaii have
eieetul a huge and commodious ill ing
loom for the piopu' piep.uation of
A. I). Adams of Piescott, iuteiested
in lliuCI.uk & Ail.ims Lumber Com
pan, is visiting his bi other, II. 1".
Ail. mis of thit. cily. '
Mis. M. S.ilman and son M.iuiiee
let HI lied 'lllcsd.i of this week fiom
Albiiquciquc, whcicMis. Salzui.iu has
1 11 en dctaiiiidsiiau Ihu fair on account
'Hie li.iiidsniiiii lesidi'iicesof United
Slates M.ushil Mini ell and Engineer
Webb aie neatly le.uh for occup.iii'.
Thu consli uetiim has been under the
cl.algc. of Contractor Dot.
Thomas Fleming, one of the oldest
,ui(l must expel icm id di goods men
in Ihe tenilnii, lias lcsigued his posi
tion at M. S.iUlil. ill's on aceonnt of the
picssiuc of outside business.
J. M. Dennis is building a neat lcsi-
dcnie on West Williams avenue. No
sooner is one building linished than
another is commenced lo keep going
ihu piogianiniu for the liist oar.
Machinist Mike Walsh, one of the
best machinists in Uiu employ of the
A.'& P., left for Chicago this week in
lespoiise to u telegiam counting the
sad news of tin: death of his father.
Mis. Giaec Itich.iidson, wife of A. &
P. Agent Chas. llichiiidsou, is ai rang
ing picp.untni to a winlet's lesiilence
in Soiitheiu Califoi uia. She will be
iii'couipauied b) hersistci, Miss Eiln.i
A. F. Poison, member of the popu
lar meicaulilu lit ill of Poison Bios, of
this til, ictuiiicd this week fiom a
thiity das' jaunt in Soulheiu Califor
nia muili lusted and impioifd in gen
Joseph Bin Irs. one of Williams1
repiescutativo business men, has pui
chased the saloon iuteiests of McG.uy
&Peteis. Joowill npei ate tliis stand
in connection with his new stand in the
Some hungry and maliciously in
clined individual enteicd James Phe
lan's slaiiKhter-house last Tuesday
night uuil stole all of the butcheiing
tools, a gieittdenl of meat and about
one hiiudied pmiiids of leaf laid.
Tho liist of the seilos of pingiessivo
eucher pal ties under tho nuspjees of
Hid Williams Social and LUciai Club
was held ut the opeia house last 1'ues
day e.vcniig. A hugociowd p.uliti
pnted in tliu eoniiigs amusement.
Tlio new city goxrinincnt has
gi iinletl the rlecttie light fiauihise lo
Messis. D.iis and Plielau. Messis.
Nellis nml Howe both asked for the
Wiitei finnchise, but this impoi innt
fianehisu lins been tabled iinlcllnileh.
'lhn moliifl power of thn A. & P. at
this place wus never iu bettor sbupoi
as, all o woruoiit engines are being
replaced b newlv oiei hauled ones.
The latest acquisition is No. 87, ono of
tlio best engines belonging to the com
pany. Pi incipil Young of the city schools
has been assigned thu subject, "Weak
Spots, or Fallacies in the Aiion.i
School Law," to be picsented at the
'Tellitoiial Teachels' Association,
which com cues at Picscott dining the
The led til c lij Professor (J. Wlinitoii
James at lhn M. E. lunch last Siimlr.y
exeidng on thu subject, Uellgiim of
the Giand Can on," was one of the
finest lileiai tic. its ecr picsented in
llm city. The building was packed
liy an iuteiested, iutelligciil and lcp-
- The "News" has piintcd SOO large
losfeis aiiiioiincing llio Swifi-FI nu
siiiashoui" on November Dili. The
Julgilists hale met twice bcfoic. c.uh
one winning a vicloiy, and it is pre
sumed that this tight will bit hull) (iin
"Usttd to n liuisli, as it means a living
by honest labor in the futuie to the
Cl.uk & Adams will icbuiid thcii
mill, which was binned last Tibial
night. This is giatif.ving news to a
lingo number of employees and the
town iu geuci.tl This linn, while not
so huge as many, ale building up a
lepuliilioti for squaic and fair dealing
llmt makes them n icpieseulativu linn
and it ci edit to mi community.
The social at the icsidcuio of Mis.
V. O. li.ii too on Wcducoda evening
last under the auspices of the L lilies'
l'celsior Club was a well attended
atr.iir nml a success iiininii.ilh spLak
iug. The I, lilies b. m; iiuilel u.i) the
piojcct of a fico leading loom, and
with Ihe aid piomiscd b thegeueioiis
uiauagemeiil of the Atlantic & Pacilic
the institution is an nssiiicil suceibS.
Little Anna, the infant daughter of
Di. mid Mis. ltouusciille, died , last
S.itlllda nfleriioou and was buiietl
buiidti fioui the M. L'. iluiuji in this
cit. Hev. O. J. McFaddcii conducting
Ihe fiuicinl sciviics. A laige con
coiuse of flieuds fullouet the leinains
of the little one to their Iistiestiug
place. The dodo; nml his estimable
wife have the mp.illiy of a huge
i iiele of flieuds.
List Wednesday eeuing was II.il
lon'etn. when sp'u its aie supposed lo
walk the cat 111 unseen. The best of
Williams1 3ouug people composed a
pail of mcirmakcis, and it was
simpl, piesto, change! cie the mil
liuei houses bec.tmo butcher shops,
butcher shops bank, placid tempeis
i aging loll cuts. But Hallow 'ce.i
comes but once tijear, and Iiiiiii.inil
is hiiinauil for a that.
Tho cily council held a icgular
meeting Mouda) evening, with Major
Sal7.ni. in and Couiiiilmeu Boco and
Poison puselit. Owing to the absence
of Cotiucilmeu Blown and MlCuiiii.ii'U
not miit.li business was tt.tus.icted.
OtdiuaiKc No. 12, l elating to ci imiii.it
pioccdlllc, was lead and adopted.
A petition fur sidewalks on K.iilnuil
avenue, Stiolid aud'Ihiid stleels, was
lead mid tabled until the next meeting.
Iucoipoialion w.is bom, icuul and
has now niiivcd at matuiitv. 'Ihe
light us to tlio legitimacy of its patci
uil is having its foundation picpucd
with cue, iu id that the t'ht will be
pushed with igor when the pioper
time comes cannot bo gainsaid. Eici
citizen has his lights This is u fact
clcnily be ond dispute. That the
whole operation, fiom beginning lo
the picsciit, is i londed with a shade of
luisie undue such diguilkd piemisis
is still another fact that must bo ad
mitted by even tlio most aid&nt sup-
poiierof incoi potation. To the witter
either pi o or con on the subject is of
no matciial juiciest except for the
sake of nigumeut. But many t.iNpav
eis on both sides of the question appeal
to have dlscovcicd u moving sphit.
This spliil of emu se is sinijil llcsh
mid blood, like nil the poor deui.ens of
ihis muml.iuo spheie. But thisspiiit,
like nil active beings, lias succeeded iu
making actual expenses just a few
pesos moio than Is ically necesaiy.
Adtidtted ns true the fait that tho life
of a public man is unheal able by le.i
son of tlio fact Unit an empty ticasitij
-Mines nil In the face. None aie situ
ated as Cleveland, the gleat atltoelat,
who piocl.ilnis, "Moio gold! Another
bond issue!" Iu comes tho gold, out
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LEVI STRAUSS & CO?
COPPER RIVETED CLOTHING
EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED.
FACTORY- SAN FRANCISCO - CALIFORNIA.
goes tho bonds. Tine, too muili c
penso must not be inclined until the
foundation is uimpletid.
Married bj- Contract.
Beeouler Busli leceived Monday foi
leciiid two of those peuiliu m.iiiiige
eonl i acts which ale leeoguied by the
laws of Alieni. 'I ho coiitiacting
pillies to ono of Hum weie II. E.
Thin man and Binlle Hunter, and the
witiKSses to the couti.ict weie Gioigp
twin and E II. Gi.ili.un. 'Ihe puties
lo the other contiaet weie J. II. Kcpp
ler and Annie Moiitavo. and the wit
nesses weie (J. It. Sliei wood ami Geo.
Iivviu. Both insti iiuients weie attested
to b Jolui W. Uoss, not.ii public.
All Hie patties weie icsideuts of Wil
Tuesday Recmder Bush lcceiiul
fiom Williams another conti-'act. The
piiiuipds weie II. B. Iiwin and Louise
Ninth, and the witnesses II. E. 'Ilitu
in. in and M. CI nicy, and the iiistiu
incut was acknowledged befoie Jos.
Ailintiable TlinnliK;;llii;r .Mnt;ii7lne.
"The Iloliilav Uiiko at Wonos
quovaeki)" is ihe title of Mis. Bui ton
ilaiiison's latest and bislshoi t stoi v
a Iwo-pait novelette which opens
delightfully iu the November "Lulics1
Home Journal." It deals with New
Yolk lashioiiabks liist ;it the hoise
show and Mib-ujiiuiitl in Viigiiii.i
the iicisou.iges ami eiiviiouiueuts ap
pealing to the authni's happiest elloils.
The sli"1 is com luded iu lie Di comber.
"Joiiiu.il," and is nitisticall lllus-
tiated bv W. L. Tavloi.
UT, t ill l-i
hoist's iipei on "The r.itliel'.s U.i
meslic Headship" liicidlv , and w ilh line
disci i mi ii.it ii ii, deliues :i fathci's du
ties and icsioiiibilities in the home.
An iutcicsiing desciiption of "Gii!
Life iu Model n Jeiusaleiii" isgilon !
United States Consul E. S. Wallace,
and illustialcd b Eiic l'ape. Thomas
Wentwollh Uiggiusoii selects for "A
Young Gill's Libiai" olio hiiudied
books by Auieiicaii nuthois, best
adapted to the iiistiuetioii of gills of
lifted). Ornamental and decorative
uses of ciepo paper ate detailed bv
Emma II. llcalb, and pictuud; and
an-jilier piiliciil.uly useful papei
ticats of the "Potato as a Dailv Uiut,"
fiom tin ee points of view, show ing that
the tuber is unhealtliful and talking in
uiitiition. Edw.ud W. Bol, cditoiiall
discusses the In utal and deuioiali.in
side of up-to-date football guile-, and
counsels women to nfi.iiu fiom wit
nessing the exhibitions of lotighncss
and toughness. He also diiects selious
.mention to our ii.ition.il evil eti.iva
gniiic. Two biogiipluc.il uitiilcs
piesent near and intimate lievvs of
Gcneial Sheiidan's widow and Gcnci.il
Sam Houston's d.ui'ilitcr. theirlamilies
and hollie life. Needlewoikeis will
tin tl delight iu Helen Mar Adams'
Colonial EmbioiiUi Designs," illus
tnited by the author. 'I he Novembei
'Journal'' is e-peciill engaging In its
illiistialious and blight in evei v line,
eaelh ad.ipud lo the Th mksgiiing
season's divcisiou of all menibeisof the
hoiischolil. B 'I hi' Cm lis Publishing
Comptii, Philadelphia; 1 per e.u;
10 cents per cop.
"Sow Moni'y Older Sroslcni.
The public will be pleased to know
that the Aii.iiua Ceutial B ml: has
adopted now lates for money oi dels
ninth iu o lower th in cither postollice
or expirss rates. This will be of great
advantage to the public, for tho con
venient cs of the biuk nimicy oulei
iiM-i an other device aie iniiuniei ible.
No application blanks iiave to bo tilled
out; they ate pi able when presented,
no matter how long outstanding; can
biiHrnnsfeiied any number of times;
duplicates of lost, oi del s obtained with
out delay or tumble; .good ami p.iy
ablo thioiighiiut the United Stales and
the vvoild. '1 lie i ales aie: $1 or Ic-s,
o cts; ni r $Pt 7, intlusivc, 5 els;
over $7 to $13. 8 cts; over 10 to ?30,
10 cts; over 830 to $iU. 13 els; mei
tAO to $75. M els; over 75 to $100,
',23 els; over 100 at 25 cts jior 100.
W. B. T.iIor of Tombstone, while
taking supplies to his lanch, was
tin own fiom his buckboaul and killed.
Mrs Neal, niolher-in-law of Hon.
(i. W. Che ney, died on the 24 th List,
fionr iujitiies leceivttl fiom falling
fiom her buggv on tho pluvious day.
The ilecc.ised w.is70 le.ns of age.
Postmislcr Thorn is has leceived in
sti uetions ft nm the siqieiintivident of
i.iilway nnil seivico to forwuid all
m til forNoiihein Aiizona points, with
tho exception of Proscott, nest to Los
Angeles, instead of eastlo Aibliqlieiquo
as hcielofoie. This move will make a
savingofsever.il horns in the delivery
of in ul. Republican.
It is an open seciet that Survpnt
Genei.il Maiming has tendered his
le-igiiatiuii, to take effect within a few
wet ks. His put pose is to devote' him
self exclusively lo his piivate nffaiis,
composed of mining inteicsts and ex
'ciisive investments lccentl made at
Aiaus is Pass. The iutcicsiing subject
of his successor has been ahead cou
siileieil, and it is probable that the
pi eseut chief cleikof llm office, Geo.
J. lloskiuge. nil! be appointed to tho
sin vc or gunei alship.
Justice of the Peace Johnstone has
i cutlet cd a (lecithin iu the suit of
Joid.iu, commissioner of immigialioa
for M.uieopi county, against tho
count, iu favor of the plaintiff Tho
justice decided that tho immigration
eonmis'-iou act coulliclcd in no wiso
with the county classilicatiou act and
i li.il Itif. .Ii.m.t Itil mi tin. fiinntl PMiilil
not be socoustiued as to bo a viola
tion of the lestiictions of the Hauisou
act. Notice o'f appeal was given by
Assistant Disliicl Attorney Buuuctt.
Gcoige W. Biugli.ut died in Pres
ent on the 25 1 Ii iust. at the icsideuce
of his son-iu-law. Judge E. W. Wells,
aftci an illness of tin eo das. lie was
72 veals of age. He was boiu iu Deta
il aie mid came 10 Aiizona iu tho early
sixties, settled iu Chino v alley, aud for
c.us has been si led the patiiatcli of
Ciino alle. His wife his been dead
seveial e.us. His suiviving childien
.no Mis. E. W. iVcils, Mis. N. O.
Muiph and Lee Bangh.ut. Georgo
W. li.ingli.il t was :i tvpical Aiizona
pioneer, genial, couiteous and unas
suming. None knew hiiu buttoiespect
Tho citizjus of Flagstaff. Aiiz., h.ivo
i,UM.d a fuud of $15,000, and when
J5.000 mou' is subsciibcd twenty miles
of the load will bo giatled toivauls tho
Giand Cm on. The couipiuy pro
poses to have li.iins uiuuing by tho
liegintiugof the ensuing summer. Tho
hue tiavei-scs one of the most pictu
iequopalts of Aiizona and will bo
eighty miles iu length, lteceut dis
(oveiiesof ilch copper oio near tho
lim of the ea'ivon give piomise of aa
impoitaut mining legion Doing opened
up. On the completion of tho railway
alaige toiuist hotel will be built iu
the Giant". Can on to meet the uceds of
tho liaveling public. James Fleming,
who is iuteiested iu the company cai
ijiii'l on this enterpiise, is iu the city,
and s.is that he belioves the railroad
will develop a wondci fully rich coun
try, besides alti acting n luige number
of tisitois to view one, ot the most
magnilieont of nitiire's winks, tile
Gi mil Cumin of the Colorado. Los
Killed lor six lilts.
On Thuisday at Picscott C. E. Ho
b.ul shot and instantly killed Joha
Miller, piopiiclor of tlio Eestono
lotlgiug house. The tiouble was over
a bill of seventy-live cents which Ho
bail owed Miller. After the shooting
Hob.ut mounted a hoiso and made his
esiipp, but was laptuied Sunday near
tho Gl.idiator mini! b Stieiili UulTiior
ami deputies. IloL.ut show-id light,
but a voile fi oni the pn-se woiintled
him in the I iglit arm ami m idu his cap
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