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settlement has been correspondingly
delayed; but her nwjestt's government
lias not surrendered Ihehopo that it will
bo adjusted by a reasonable arrange
ment at an early date." How such uu
evasion would be taken by Congress is,
of course, u matter of conjecture.
Time will cool hot blood and modify
opinions foimid while enthusiastically
patriotic, but if Congress docs not
change lis present prevailing opinion
it may put n very decisive veto upon
any such sentiment. There is no
mistaking its settlements now; it
wants either a recognition of the light
of the Monroe doctrine by England or
$lxc (ftotouiutf Jnw.
C. M. Fitnston. Editor.
THURSDAY. DECEMUER 26 . 1895.
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Address all communications and make all
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Delegate Murphy I his introduced a
bill in Congress for the admission of
Arizona inio 1 lie Union.
One whole healthy ginud has been
added to the sewn guards at the 'fer
ritin inl Penitentiary. Such extrava
gance should he called to the attention
of the recent Mai irnp.i jimnil jury.
The Sun may he just a little behind
tho procession, but it would like to
kuow just what the territory or the
state of Arizona, if jtm pleiue, can do
with tlit, millions of noes of arid lauds
that so many of our newspaper broth-
cm want congtess to give us? In its
present condition the laud that does
not lay wheie it can bo inigated
cannot bo giicn nuay, although with
water it would be valuable. Inas
much as thu government has given
millions of dollais for thu purposo of
building canaU and deepening livers
in thu eastern states, would it not
reasonably be supposed that congress
could just as legally aid the building of
reservoirs for tho reclaiming of the
arid lands of Arizona. It is certain
that when these lands have passed to
tho state nothing can bo done with the
land but to sell it for a song to some
set of schemers.
Notwithstanding the wailiko talk
in Congress, European diplomats in
Washington do not regaid a war be
tween Gieat Britain aud the Uuitcd
States as an outcome of the present
situation. Nor do they believe that
Great Britain will cither lecognizo or
refuse to recognize tho right of this
country to maintain the Monroe doc
trine as it is interpreted by America
They think that Loul Salisbury has a
plan for evading either, and that it
was Indicated when he wrote in his
communication to Secretary Olney;
"This controversy has undoubtedly
becu made more diflicult by the incon
siderate action of the Venezuelan gov
ernment in breaking off relations with
her majesty's government, and its
war, and a majority would much wri
ter tho latter.
The poor old Press Association of
Arizona. It. has been tho butt of the
territory slnco its organization. Now
tho Phoenix papers waut the January
meeting .postponed until thu Phoenix
carnival in February. Tho last meet
ing was called for July l'ilh, out tho
Prrscott people wanted tho meeting
held so as to help their Fourth of July
celebration out, and thero was not
members enough present to hold a
meeting and now the Association must
bo a side show to tho Phoonix carnival.
It is tho opinion of the majority of the
editors of Jhe territory that tho press
association should eeasc making itself
ludicrous aud hold tho regular meeting
in January, when thero are no other
attractions to. keep the members from
attending the sessions.
Fou more than a century it has been
the proud boast of Americans that in
all questions affecting tho foreign re
lations of the United States domestic
partisanship was dropped and all men
became simple Americans, ready to
light, if need be, for tho maintenance
of American principles. Several
things have happened within the last
three years to cause foreigners to be
lieve that boast without actual founda
tion, but tho foreigners were deceived.
The administration went contrary to
public sentiment in certain phases of
its foreign policy, and public opinion
condemned, instead of sustaining it.
But to-day the boast holds good, and
10.000,000 lighting men, regardless
of their domestic political opinions,
stand ready to back up President
Cleveland's notice to Great Britaiu and
the world that the Monroe doctrine
cannot bo violated without first whip
ping tho United States.
The Old Dominion Copper Mining
and Smelting Company blew In the
lirst furnace on Wednesday last, au
event which had been long and anxious
ly awaited. The company has been
hampered in many ways, and especially
through the delay in tho arrival of
coke and needed supplies, owing to
tho scarcity of teams on the Thomas
and Globe road, which will no longer
impede work. Tho capacity of the
coke bin is already taxed and coke
arriving daily. Another furnace will
be fired iu a day or two, and within a
week or ten days three furnaces will
be pouring out a wealth of molten
copper The ore bins, including a
temporary receptacle adjoining the
smelter, aro full of ore, as is also the
ore house at the mine. There Is a
cheeiing bustle about the works, and
Manager S. A. Paruall a'd assistants
have the work well iu hand.
At the mine work is progressing
well uuder tho experienced diiection
of Superintendent A. D. McLean. A
force of 100 men are employed in de
velopment work. The three compart-
meut shaft is down about fif'y feel
below the eighth level, and the work
of sinking goes on day aud night. The
slopes ou nearly all the levels look
well, and can easily supply ore to
keep three furnaces running. The
prospect for a largo 'output of copper
next year by the Old Dominion com
pany is certainly encouraging. Silver
Tho Island of Tlburon Ceded.
A number of Los Angeles men have
received a concession from the Mexican
government of the Island of Tlburon,
iu the Gulf of California. Tho men
are Johu Bradbury, J. Downey Har
vey, Peter Martin and Waller S.
Moore. The Tlburon island Is inhab
ited by Ceils Indians, a war like race
said to be cauibals, and an expedition
is being organized to kill them off and
take possession of the Island. Three
hundred men aro being organized un
der command of Col. I. ti. Polk. Each
soldier is to receive 1250 and 100 acres
of land after the Island Is conquered.
The Intention of the Tiburon couquest
company is to establish a republic of
Its own and have the United States
establish a protectorate. It is staled
Mexico consented to this. Ouo object
tho company lias iu view is to estab
lish a great pleasure renrt, and Hues
of steamers will bo put ou fym) Yuma
aud Guiij mas. Sentinel.
A Killing Near Yuma.
A fatal shooting took place Monday
night of hist week In a saloon at
Hedges mining tamp, twenty miles
west of Yuma. The participants were
two Gonzales brothers unit it influx
unnied Randolph. The men became
involved iu a light, Pnu of tho .Gon
zales boys fired two shots at jndjdph
but missed him. Randolph returned
the (ire, shooting his assailant in the
abdomen, inflicting a inoriiil wound,
'firm Gonzales then grabbed his broth
er's revolver and shot several times at
Randolph, misting him. Randolph
then shot Tirzo Gonzales Ihiough the
heart and soon after surreuderwl Mm
.V to tho officers. "
Rev. Dr. Parker
Is the beloved pastor of the Universal
1st church at Fargo, N. I)., and has also
been a pastor in Providence, R.I., Now
York City and Troy, N. Y. Ho says :
"I regard Hood's Sarsaparilla the best
blood purifier, and I have good reason for
this opinion. I
am now 80 years
of age. Four years
ago I was afflicted
in my back and
limbs, so badly
that it wss impos
sible for me to
get my usual sleep
at night. I had
Just partially re
covered from the
grip, which re-
Rev. J.N. Parker. D.D. aucea m7 weigm
Fargo, N. D. 40 lbs. My appe
tite was poor and I felt languid and weak.
In fact I was in a very dilapidated condi
tion. Having heard and read so much
about the wonderful cures produced by
Hood's Sarsaparilla, I resolved to give it
a trial. I followed the directions, and be
fore the fifth bottle was finished my ap
petite was restored, and I felt
Invigorated and Strong.
My rheumatlo difficulty had entirely dis
appeared. I cannot bv.t think highly of
Hood's Sarsaparilla." Iter. J. N. Paekeb.
Is the Only
True Blood Purifier
Prominently in the publio eye today.
Hood'? Pil1? aretaitflesMnlM.effee.
S0H00L OF S0IEN0E,
Oe Held In FlogstuQ"
The much talked of "Summer School
of Science" has at hut materialized
into a realistic fact.
The Committee Board consists of the
Chancellor of the University, the Gov
ernor of the Territory, tho President
of the Territorial Normal, Probate
J udges Fair and Lay ton, Prof. Brown
of the University aud J. C. Wasson.
Tho Board for the selecting of pro
fessors, music, lecture course and the
departments of sciences, has been or
ganized with Dr. McNaiighton as
chairman, J. C. Wasson as secretary
and Chancellor Billinan as associate.
Governor Hughes has been ap
pointed as solicitor, and from present
indication the success of the institu
tiou is assured, as donations front indi
viduals have been as high as $1000.
The pcrmanancy. however, of this
institution is left entirely with the
citizens of Flagstaff. According to the
resolutions, the Summer School of
Science comes to us for the lirst year,
then if sudicient inducements are held
out It is to be located here perma
nently. flie advantages of such an organiza
tion must read II,- bo seen when we
consider the hundreds of people who
go tot both coasts annually for recrea
tion when Hag-itaff can offer mote
loin Is of natural interest than can anvi
other place iu the country; while for
an invigorating climate, a cool, clear,
dry atmosphere and mountain water
she is first with no second.
If our citizens take this up properly
it should bring nt a very conservative
estimate 500 tourists here who will
spend on au average during the two
months of July anil August $100 each,
making a total of $50,000 that will be
circulated amorfg us, aside from the
social and Intellectual status it will
give. Let us work it up.
J. C. Wasson,
Secretary of Committee.
Hfrootlng at lllsbee,
Tho particulars of tl0 shooting of a
Mexican at Bisbee last Monday mnmx
Ing by Mounted Inspector Sam Fiuley
were received last night, Tho shooting
took place about 1 o'clock iu the morn
ing. The officer was sleeping in
room adjoining the custom house. The
Mexican, whoso uame Is supposed to
bo Gonzalez, went to the room about
11 o'clock and tried to break in, prob
ably with tho object of committing a
robbery. Though no money is cm
kept ou hand over night by I he inspec
tors, considerable amounts aro some
times received by them, 'lho Mexican
jyiie ordered away by the inspector and
he weui away, it was .ift.i-wiil
learned to get a gim. yyi,i)e j,
gonu he W'llmitly assaulted an old malj
mid, procuring a jaruu, eji.u.-iied. Ut
Inspector Flnle)')i quarters sniici)(;
He tried to break the door and the
Itfl'yilVlmviiig given repeated
warning. (Ired. Th ,J j,;k ,.(r,.(.t
in the left hip near the Kr,'nn. Tim
.WrWjriJ Mexican dragged ' himself
away and Juy atj ngh in the ,br,isi.
where he was found tin next day. ' HI"
iceovy is by no means cerfaiii: iai
' I zs
Just arrived at the Flagstaff Ojijj.-
iiieiriiii uonipauy, a earluail of the
I.I i ' 1
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eelel..a.e.l Moinuel, e.ti. gl)o,ls.
rVoHlinfe' jiko tlteui iu tUo way of eauueil
For ' 1896.
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The subscription price of THE MORNINO
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STEWART & DOE, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Office two doors west of the Bant
notel. Flagstaff. Arliona.
EM.8ANFORD. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
. l'rescott, Arizona. Will practice Iu all
luu courts in Arizona.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
entice. In the Babbitt Building, FlagstaH.
Arizona. Practice before the Land Uepart
ment a specialty.
NOTART POBUC AttD
jusi'ick or the Peace,
Williams, .... Arizona.
lias all the legal blanks In use in the Ter
ritory. I NR.D.J.
BKANNEN, PHYSICIAN AND
l. Flasstaff. Arizona. Will re-
,uond uromDtlv to all calls from any oolnl
ou the Atlantic & PaclUc Railroad. Office
ind drug store opposite tno depot
LTIRST M. E. CHURCH, CORNER OF
r Church and Lareux Streets, U.M. Danfonl
castor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:90 p. m
Sunday's: Sunday school at 10 a. in., J. H
llosklus Jr.. Superintendent. Class meeting
at 1.1:15 p. in. Kpwortti League ti:JU p. m.
I'rayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30
CATHOLIC CHURCH. REV. HENRY R.
URANJON. Pastor. On Sundays: First
iuss at 8 o'clock a. m.; second Mass at 10
a. m. Sunday Sch.wl at It a. m. Evening
service at ':'M p. m On week days Mass at
7-a. m. On the second Sunday of each
month prayer meeting at 10 u. m. Sunday
School at 11 a. in. All cordially Invited.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
North San Francisco street, Thomas O
aioffett, pastor. Pabbutu services: Preach
ing lla. in and 8:15 p.m.; Sunday school, lb
a.m.; Y. P. S. C.E. prayer meeting 7: 15 p m.
Mid-week conference anil Draver. Thursdav
evening. A cordial Invitation Is extended
MOUNTAIN LODGE. NO. 15. K. OF P..
meets every Wednosdav nltrht Inthcl,
casuo ball In Babbitt building. All visit
ing brothers Invited to attend.
... ,r . T- J- R0SS- C. O
P. J. Stew K. of its.
T-'LAOSTAFF LODGE, NO. 7, F. & A. M.-
X neguiar meetings on tne nrst Saturdax
mght of each calendar month. Sojournlni!
brethren cordially invited.
By order, Niles J. Camerom, W. M.
T. E. 1'ctXIAM. Secretary.
C" A. K. - KEOULAH MEET1NOS Ot
J. Uansom Post, O. A. It.. No. 4, Depart
mviilof Arizona, will be hold In O. A. H. hall
on second and last Saturday In each month.
.. n .. L.L.UOIINS. Commander.
E. II Cress. Post Adlutant.
AO. U. W.-FLAGSTAFF LODGE NO IX
. mcetsovery Thursday night. In K.of P
nun. Visiting Workmen are cordially In
vlied: OSOAK GIBSON, M. W.
J. C. Grim. Recorder.
COUKT COCONINO, I. O. F.. NO. 898.
mcetsovery TuesdayevenlnglnO. A. K.
hail. Visiting brethren cordially Invited to
alrS?.d FllANK C. llOCBDERrrER, C. R.
J. M. Clark, k. S.
I O. O. K.-FLAOSTAFF LODGE, NO. 11,
l.meots every Friday oveninglu K.of P.
null. Visiting brethren cordially Invited.
J. L. DOUUHEKTY, N. G.
L. D. Landers. Secretary.
Notice or the Meeting of the Board ol
Equalization of the Town
of Flog, tan.
Notice is heroby given that the assessment
list for municipal taxes for the year 1895 has
been this day returned to tho Common Coun
cil or the Towq of Flagstaff by the Town As
sessor, and nctlcolsalsogl von thattho Mayor
and Common Council of tho Town of Flag
staff will meet, sit and act as a Board of
Equalisation ou the 23d day of December.
J895, ut the hour of 2 o'clock r. M and that
they vll be in session each day at the same
hour fqr flvo days thereafter, exclusive of
December 25th, fqr the purpose qf equalising
tho valuation of property as sot down in the
said assessment list, In which tho valuation
Is made tho same as Is fixod on the same prop,
orty by tho equalized assessment roll of Co
conino county for the year 1895.
All persons, Arms, corporations, associa
tions and companies desiring to make com
plaint in regard to the assessment list, may
Oett Jo Uie Clerk of the Common Couc
... .9W"lff!, COmniaJnis In writing
or uofqrp Uje 28th day of December, 1895, s
pjPHiu vieruoi tne common Council
nocqniplalntnqt so presented will be con-
P. 8. CLARK,
Flagstaff, Ariz.. Dwember 19, '.
DISSOLUTION OF PARfriEASHlP.
Notice Is hcroby'giveii u,ui
l,r'.aAtA.iHA wtiillk. til. aj t '. . . r
Robert Hciincssy. under tho firm name if
lluwks & Hennessv. Is thin it,,'cl
iiuiciuiuiu CAistuig UUtWGun
ilWrtViV';TT!l0 uuslncas will bo con
able to J. V. Hawks, who alanW 1 ""S,???:
","',. ".:,' "Ji" ' ,": .. "uu'" Mros. are
ll..l.lllltu . .1 a .. . . '"""vonii mc
im! '" "' "" WPWMa duo the
- J- V. n AWK9.
D. d. BRANNEN'S DRUG STORE.
PICTURES, TOILET GASES, ALBUMS,
J "DOLLS, TOYS, BOOKS, ETC.
IN LRGE. QUflNTITI&S."
CALL AND EXAMINE.
DON'T GIVE, UP
Atlantic & Pacific R, R,
Lv CH1UAOO Ai
Lv KAN CITY Al
Lv DENVElt Al
iv Albuquerque ai
ir Bantlow l
r Mojavc li
J 40 a
vr Los Angeles h
tr tean Diego L
3 ."0 p
The limited trains lo.ivlnt. fhloon met-
bound at 8 p. m. dally and Los Angeles east
bound at H n. m. dallv rurrv Piillm.n'a i.tMt
and most elegant sleeping cars, reclining
chair car. with an attendant to look after the
through without change between Los Angeles
In addition to the regular daily equipment
a luxurious compartment steeping car, con
taining two drawing rooms and seven family
rooms, will be attached to the Chicago Lim
ited leaving Los Angclcson Tucsdaysand the
California Limited leaving Chicago on
Wednesdays of each week.
The Chicago Express, east bound, and Cali
fornia Express, west bound, carry Pullman
Palace sleeping can through without change
between Chicago and San Francisco, with an
annex car between Dan. tow and Los Angeles;
Pullman Tourist sleeping cars through with
out change between Chicago and San Fran
cisco and Chicago and Los Angelesevery day;
twice a week botwccnLoa. Angeles and Su
Paul; once a week between St. Louts and
passengers counori. ana new dining cam
SUMMER OR WINTER,
Tho "SANTA FE ROUTE" Is lho most com
fprtablo railway between California and the
The meals at Harvey's Dining Rooms are
an excellent feature of the line, and are only
equalled by those served on tho new Dining
Oars, which aro carried on all limited trains.
The Grand Canvnn nf thnenlnr.Hnj..n Ka
reached In no other way.
Angief'cai1!1' Gc P"en?er A8t. -
AMPS" Assistant Geuural Passenger
Agent, San Francisco. Cat.
qu'erque. n! M.8,yCk aCDCral Agent' A,bu
A. P. T. L
The American Protective Tariff Leagui
it a national organization advocating
"Protection to American Labor and
industty" as explained by its constitu
.'.'ThsohjMtef ihb LrjishTl ksto protsci
mncn labor by a tariff on Import, which sKil
:dequtly tsour 'Amsrioan Industrial produoti
it'f!J h J "'Mt'r'sri ef foralj n Jabor.')
There are no personal or private
profits in connection With the organiza
tion and it is sustained by memberships,
'contributions and the distribution of its
r t is.. o is
"Mmbsrhlp," and "Offielal Ciripon3Vnt.''
DnSMM of th Tariff atiMtlon. CorS
rby rnailtd teapyaddrtp for 60 osntj;
0UHTH: 6nd 'postal
i : 6.nd postal card reuMt' fpr fraj
V Of.. th "AmiJM r-."!A
pop la wp
9 io a l 65i
u io p a oo b
1 68p 8 Ml
3 25pi 101
5 10 p 12 3) 1
8 10 p 1 65 1
II 2Sp 30)
i: 45 a S 00
1 45 a 7JI0 l
7 60a 4 40i
1 40 r 11 45 1
2 10 1 12 15
6 top 560
.High prices for inferior goods. If
you want a good article, if it's made
in either Gold or Silver, I have it.
My show cases are crowded with
articles of silver and gold
A. B. CRAWFORD,
Diarrjorjrjs, Walebes arjrj
Santa Fe. Prescott S
TlUE TABLE, IN EFFECT DEC. K. H9i
Mountain time Is standard used.
I .No. 2
lv Ash Fork art
3 30p S3l
Koclc Butte I
No. 41, No. 1
No : 1 .No IS
7:00 a; 9:55 a
v Prescott ar' .aip top
Summit If 2.01 p'f 3 38p
Kamsgate f I:3Jp.f 3 dp
Bkull Valley , l:13p 2 38?
Klrkland 12:33 p! Mlp
Hillside 11:52a l:2jp
Congress fI0:59ai U.XU
Mckenburg I0.25ni io 40a
I'eorla , 9.00a! S.38
Olendale t'50a tSx
Alhambra 8.11a, SMi
II :30 a
ar Phoenix 1 6:30a' Hit
Trains 41 and 42 run on alternate daji.
Informational! to what da s same Mil run
will be furnished by agents on application.
No. 1 makes connections at Ash Fork villi
A. & P. vestlbuled limited No. 3 from tbe eaL
No. I also connects with A. k P. .No t (ran
the west. Persons desiring to stay oterit
Asb rork will find the best of accommoda
tions at Fred Harvey's Hotel.
No. 2 makes close connections at Ash Fuik
with A. & p. trains Nos. 1 and 4 A. A. P No.1
reaches San Francisco 10:45 a. ui. second
morning. A. & P. No. 4 Is a otlbuled train
throughout, lighted with Hntc-l) kss dining
car running through. Los Angeles to Cliicjjo.
Dining cars under the management of Ired
Harvey, with his unexcelled sen kc.cait mi
attention to bis guests.
Nos. 1 and 2 connect at Jerome Junction
with trains of the United Verde A Pacific
Railway for Jerome. Connecting at lreott
with stage lines for all principal mlnlnz
camps; at Congress with stage lines for 11 r
qua Uala, btantonand Yarned; at l'boenli
with the Maricopa & Phoenix Hallway to
points on Southern Pacific lCulluav.
Tho Santa Fe, Prescott' Phoenix Rall-T
Is the best route to the great smU lilicr
valley. For Information regaidlng tlili
valley and the rich mining section tributary
mining section trioutarr
any banta Fe route np-
totnis roaa address any banta tcr
Geo. M. Saroent. Oeneral Freight and I'a
tenzor Avent, Prescott
R. E. Wells. Assistant Cenor.il Mani;tr,
Prescott. Ariz. S. F. P. & P. liallaay,
Geo. T. Nicnowov, General 1'asscncer
J. J. Fret. General Manager, CUicaso, A.
T. 4 S.F. Railway,
S. F., P. & P.
(L, T. & 5. F.
Is the Shortest and Quickest Route to Den
ver. Kansas City. fct. Louis, CIiIcbco and U
Tit Scenic Line of Arizona,
Til list Route te Califona,
Gilr Neiih and Sooth Line in ArJzoni-
f Grand Canyon of tin tolortdo.
Great Pine Forests,
Great Salt River alle.
And numerous other points of interest.
Beautifully lllustn.ted book free on appll''"
lion. Thronirh llekpls to all noinls In le
United States, Canada and Mexico All"
Comforts aod conveniences cf a firt-c"
road, with supcro equlpniexl
Ira P. SxiTh. Commercial' Ageni fl""'"!1'
Arizona, S. K., P. & P.
Ol. M. Sargent, dcneral Piiv-engcri'-E.C0Pl,AtiIi.Gi:iicral
Acini. A TUT'
R., EH'asp. Texas, ' , ,.
Oeo. T. McnOtWK. Oeneial VP'
gtnu A. T. A H. K. It. Ii , Chicago. W.
NOTICE TO FREIGHTERS
LOOOtenms wanted to liauln ' fr('"' ,J
Thrmas to the town of tlc'
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