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THURSDAY, JUNE 4. 1896.
One Year 13 00
BIx Months 1 j
Three Months n
Address all communications and make all
remittances to 0. M. Funston, Flagstaff,
Advertising rates given upon application.
Entered at the Flagstaff post ofQoo as sec
Is Grover ielly economical, or did
ho veto the liver ami harbor bill onh
for election purposes?
Phincetok College will send an
xiii'ilillon to explore us. It will k'nvc
New Ymk about June 12th. Conn
along, boys; the Graud Canyon of the
Colorado is not the only wonder we
have to show you, and we know you
will send others when you get back.
THE SUN'S NEW OFFICE
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SiXinrGq 4. lis rgi
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Below Is given the highest and lowest points
registered by the thcrnionieter In Flagstaff
during the month to this date:
Date. Maximum Minimum
1 71 M
6 70 SJ
1 69 31
JO 64 80
11 63 24
13 61 23
IS 6tJ 30
16 61 30
17 64 3S
18 60 83
" TS 23
33 fc3 30
l M 34
36 M w
H ft.'. 33
SO 8C 42
31 U 4Q
The Hiiiiso juesul the liter and
bailor bill oer llm piesitleut's veto
by an ovemhelming inic 220 to 60.
WniLE thu ium-Iij of the Czar's
coioiialiou was at its height Ihousands
eager to secuie a bauble as a memento
of the oicasii'ii ueiu ciushtd and
trampled In de.nh.
The death of K.tte Field is not onlj
a los.3 to jdtiinali.Mii, but to the uation
at hit ge. She nas a biilliuut wiiter
and eer fiiteniiist iu any piojeel that
had for its objtel the auielioiatiuu of
'IDE detailed i polls of the loss of
life aud pi opei i occasioned by c
clones and siuiius in St. Louis and
oilier pin tiling of the Mlssif8ippi nllc
but add iucieufrid honor lotheiepoits
al lc .uly leieitid.
We cannot ntlmd inline for the im
pioenient of ouriiteis aud haibors
as lung as "Hie ild lady of 'Jluead
needlestieet" and her toiupati lots iu
Wall siieet ale cliinioi ing fur nioie
There i some talk that Uncle Sam
should buy Culm. Any thing but that.
Let us iiekniitt ledge them us belliger
ents, gie ihem liiiiincii.l aid, if neees
saiy, bin buy the coining. Neei!
In fact the Dtmoeiats hae made us
A coffin late war is tiiging in To
peka. Kan. If an able-bodied cyclone
weio only to sitike that cily now what
a picnic the people would have.
Caskels, fieo heaises and IIuucin
thiimu in! It must be a plcasuru In
die there. -
Last veeiV Miiiiou finmFl.oenix
did not incoiiM nieiiily (iteiciowil mil
In. Ids m- uiiillil lii tlie p,iti is of inn
li .siiiiiiiinii in.-, Jl mil l'liui nix fiiemU
Ciiuiioi ax.iil llii'iii-rlws if it good thing
when liny git ii tlniiice the loss )
Iheils, nut oiii's.
Istbe Most Modern and Best Equipped
In the Territory Inspec
Snugly csconced in ournewpiemises
the SUN is prepaied to turn out all
kinds of work that can be douo iu a
first-class printing office in an ailistic
manner aud as expeditiously as it can
be done either iu Albuqueique or Los
Angeles. It is said "three remove!
are as bad as a liie," but Mislead of our
leiiioMtl being aileuded with any loss,
it revealed llio difficulties we labored
under in the old piemises aud gave us
a chance of cleaning and refurbishing
our plant uutil now we can lav claim
to the best equipped office iu Arizona,
hi illianily lighted by elecliicity, airy,
spacious and comfoi table.
Another advantage gained by niir
lemiixnl is thai ate more centrally
located In the very heart of the town
in fact two doors fiom the postoQice
aud immediately facing the railroad
depot. Tho building iu which woaio
established will compaio most favor
ably with buildings iu cities of much
larger prctcuslous, being constructed
of the beautiful red sandstone which is
one of the principal products of the
Colorada plateau. We cordially invite
all our patrons to inspect our new
premises aud outfit and judge for
themselrca if we have laid claim to
any thiug wo do not possess.
Tuo Urund Canyon Railroad.
Hope long deferred had a tendency
to make the people of this section come
to the conclusion that the Flagstaff &
Grand Canyon railway existed only on
paper or iu the brains of some wily
floaleisof bogus companies, but from
a telegiam received this week it ap
peals that Congress has passed a bill
granting light of way through the
Giaud Canyon forest reservation to
that company, so that there is a
piospect that work will be speedily
commenced. This will be glad news
to the people of Flagstaff as it cannot
fail to benefit them, first by the giving
of immediate employment "to hundreds
aud the extia money that would be
expended in wages, and. secondlv, by
the inci eased traffic that wo.ild be
bound to acctue when a railroad is
Married In Chicago.
The marriage of A. B. Crawford of
Flagstaff to Miss Annie I. Howard of
Turners Falls, Mass.. took place in
Chicago on May 28tb. Rev. Dr. Thomas
The groom is engaged in the jewelry
business here, and the newly wedded
couple arrived in Flagstaff on Tues
day. They will make their future
home here. The Sun wishes them all
the jits of wedded bliss.
FLAGbTAFF WATER W0BKS.
I). M. Ittordan Suggests a Practical
Way or Raising Funds.
In an interview with D. M. Riordai
of the Atizona Lumber Company li
"On receipt of the telegram from tli
townspeople of Flagstaff I went t
Washington and found Delegat
Murphy already hard at work. I beinj.
an old friend of Speaker Reed, Mr.
Murphy and myself interviewed him.
He promised to do all in his power to
push on the bill, and he seemed sin
cere. I was satisfied no difficulty
would be encountered, the measuii
having been unanimously teported by
Ihe committee in favorable terms.
Since iu rot urn I have learned tint
Ihe bill cannot pass this session, bin
while a peisou in Delegate MtirpliV
position tins much to contend wiili,
llie I'liple of Tucson, Navajo county ,
Phoi'iiix, Present! aud elsewhere wli
requiring services at his hands, whirl
lie iii doing his best to tender faith
fully , I cannot help feeling that om
energetic person who could have de
vol el his entire attention d
this one measure, would have sue
eeede.l iu gelling it ihiough. Hemili
lms e been obliged to annoy or iriitai
somebody to accomplisli it, bill a pel
son having such work iu hand mint In
prepared, if necessary, to tread on
somebody1) toes to carry the woik
through to success.
Upon teaching Chicago I tele
graphed to Mayor Francis that while 1
considerel the mcasuie was in good
shape, if 'he citizens of Flagstaff di
aired it I would return to Washiugtoi
aud do all i i my power to insure hi
being put through. I teceived uo
reply to this message, and concluded
any further efforts on my part were
not necessary, and accordingly I
accompanied my aaugnter ou oui
"So far -as the water proposition is
conceruec, I feel very sure if tho citi
zens of Flagstaff can develop among
themselves the properamouut of publh
spirit they need not have to go to Con
gress or any where else. All the money
necessary could aud should be raised
right here in this town without having
to borrow a dollar outside or to ask
any unnecessary favors fiom anybody.
I could suggest a plan, and would
agree to put up anywhere from $10 to
$15 towaids carrying it out, provided
every other citizen would do his share,
whether $5. $50 or $100 towards the
In the course of his Hip Mr. Rim dan
visited Washington, New York, Phil
adelphia, Chicago. Atlanta. Mobile,
Chattanogo, Kuoxville aud many other
places and passed a very agieeable
It is often difficult to convince peo
ple their blood is impure, until dread
ful carbuncles, abscesses, boils, scrof
ula or salt rheum, arc painful proof of
the fact. It is wisdom now, or when
ever there is any ludicfction of
blood, to take Hood's Ssruparilla, and
prevent such eruptions and suffering.
"I bad a dreadful carbuncle abscess,
red, fiery, fierce and sore. The doctor at
tended me over seren weeks. Wben tbe
abscess broke, tbe pains were terrible, and
I thought I should not live through it. I
beard and read so much about Hood's
SarsapariUa, that I decided to take it, and
my husband, who was suffering with
bolls, took it also. It soon purified our
bnitt me up and restored my health so
that, although tbe doctor said I would
not be able to work hard, I bare alnee
done tbe work for 20 people. Hood's Bar
aaparlua cured my husband of tbe bolls,
and we regard It a wonderful medicine."
Mrs. Amu Pbtmsok, Latimer, Kansas.
Is tbe One True Blood PnrUler. AU drngrlsts. I L
25 PER CENT DISCOUNT.
HjwwI. r:tl. curellTerllls.easytotake,
rlOOa S PUIS easy to operate. 25 cents.
Board of Examiners.
On Monday and Tuesday last the
iimid of examiners, consisting of
ludge N. G. Lay ton. M. J. Rioidau
aud J. W. Ross, sat for tho purpose of
examining candidates for teachers1 cer
tificates. There were two applicants,
i lady and gentleman, but the decision
ms not yet been announced. Miss
Dutton took a review without apply iut;
for a certificate.
Commencing mag 1st and Coniinuing Ttirty Dags,
CLXDTMIJXO, .MATS, CAPS
BOOTS AND SHOES,
DISCOUNT OF 25 PER CENT.
CATHOLIC CHURCH, REV. P. FBER1.
P stor. On bundayx: First Mass at t
utOC! a.m.; second Mass at 10 a. m. Sundnj
-.cliiRil lit 11 a, m. Evening service at 7:30 p
in. On week das Mass at 7 a. m. On tht
iecond Sunday of each month prayer meet
ing ul 10 a. m. Sunday school at II a.m. All
I"?IKST M. E. CHURCH.
r Church and Lareux Streets, B
FA R M. Ilsn.
iora ro.si.ir. rreacmng at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
Sunday; Sunday school at 10 a. m.. Oscar
Ullison, Superintendent. Class meeting al
12:16 p. in. EpiTorth League 8:30 p. m.
I'rayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30
H. A. ROGERS.
NOTICE TO THE CRAFT-
(o.vci.'itb in t n,. b imiiio mil
, ll.uil linn is ii :i,' l iniitoiy iii tin
M iiiliul Ai ii mi, mid it in lii-y'u
niug to di v fill ii In i V ni 1 1 nt ion in us.
In addition to pacing the Flagstaff &
Gi'iml ''iii'uin miliMiil liill it al
piwiUlie rinlip liil! fol .in jiidus
iiliil " u!inivliu niiif the bill for fund
ing all ublig:itions"of Alizolia.
Wanted to lease fr stock on some
shale, large range, Los Angeles coun
try. Sheep sell at $1 to $1 50.
M. S. Cboswkll.
1 15 Edgeware, Los Angeles.
E. S. Wilcox leturued this week
Oit Sunday morning the subject of
the seimon at the M. E. chuich will be
"The Genesis of Man." Iu the evening
the "Meisure of Man."
The A. & P. and S. P. P. & P. rail
roads havo l educed the fare for the
round Hip lo the Democratic conven
tion nt Phoenix to one fare. $15 20.
Tickets will bo sold on June 6 and 7
irood lo return until June 10.
The membeis of our lodge are here
by notified that on Thuihday. June 11,
1896, tho Most Woishipful Grand
Master of the jurisdiction ofAiioua
will bo present and exemplify ihe
woik of tbe iiist, second and third
degrees of masonry in our lodge.
J. GumniF. Savaoe, Master.
T. E. PCLLIAM. Secretary.
f.-'inST PrtESBYTERIAN CHURCn,
I North San Francisco street. Thomas C.
MolTett, pastor, Sabbath services: Preaching
II a5naSdJ:V$P-m! Sundav school, JO a.
m.s Y. P, 8. O. E. prayer meeting-. 7:15 n. m
Mld-weelc conference and prayer, Thursday
evening. A cordial Invitation Is extended U
S. F.. p. k P. Railway,
I T. & 8. F. flailroafl,
Is tho Shortest and Quickest Route to Den
ver. Kansas City. St. Louis, Chicago and all
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
(Estate of Patrick Curlcy. Deceased.)
Notice is berehy given by the undersigned,
administrator of tho estate of Patrick f'ur
loy, deceased, to the creditors of, and all
persons having claims against the said de
ceased, to exhibit them with the nccosaary
vouchers, within ten months after tho first
publication of this notice, to the said admin
istrator, at hi- place of business, being the
office of the Resident Engineer of tho Atlan
tic and Pacific railroad. In tho to n of
Williams, Coconino county, Arlzena. the
same being the place for the tianuictlon of
the business of said estate.
. , , , R. B. BURNS.
Administrator of tho ostate of Patrick Cur
Dated at Flagstaff, A.T., Juno I. lw.
Tbe Scenic Line of Arizona,
Toe Best Route to California,
Cnly North and Sontn Line in Arizona.
Is just as good as another, and if anything a great
deal better." Some people have this indefinite
way of looking at things, but most of us know of
several important qualities that mark the distinc
tion between good, bad and indifferent, successful1
and unsuccessful, tailors. One of the prime quali
ties of success in this business is the ability to
select material that is sure to give perfect satisfac
tion to customers. We warrant both our work
A. Alletster & Co.,
Muffle & Pacific R,R,
ISlani SKS'00 of the Colorado,
Great Pine Forests.
Great Salt Uiver Valley,
And numerous other points of interest.
Beautifully Illustrated book free on appllca
i!0?; JTJirou8"h ckets to all points In tbe
United 8tutes, Canada and Mexico. All the
comforts and conveniences of a first-class
road, with superb equipment. """-cms
Arizona. IMr Pb0Cn,3t'
B.nAorTexl,,.era' AKent- A-T- 8- F- R
Gko. T. Nicholson. General Passenrer
Agent. A. T. S. F. R. R . Chicago, IllT
for fifty cents worth of tea, and your
money back if you want jfc-ir-is jvt that
Do you sell potatoes, apd cattle, and
beet-sugar, and grain,, on as fair a basis
as that ? -
It isn't fair; it is ioolishr-unless what
we sell for fifty cents is so good that you
want more tea rather than your money.
Your grocer has the tea Schillings
Best and the money.
"fiaa Fraaciico . . i
Condensed Tltno Table No.
Effective May 3. 1808.1
No. 8. No. 1.
Our Summer Catalogue for the season
of '$a is now ready. It will be
mailed FREE to any woman who
asks for It. This book Is fully Ulus
trated - showing all Ihe very latest
New York aud Paris Tashions in
This book not only gives you a
correct Idea of the n.sst recent
fashions, but it is chock-full of infor.
matlon about prices and qualities.
Vour name ou o postat brings It.
and Suit Co.
221 South Spring St.. Los Aagalci
The Largest Cloale and Suit
House jn the West
7 26 a
8 15 a
4 05 p
11 17 p
Lv CtUOAUO Al
lv KAN CIl'V Al
Lv UENVElt Al
Id IS a
iv Albuquerque at
ar Barn tow
No. 2 No. 4
r ban Ulego L
II 40 a
10 40 a
10 43 ii
Santa Fe, Prescclt 8 Phoenix
TIME TABLE, IN EFFECT DEC. 8. ISM.
Mountain time Is standard ued
Iv Ash Fork ar
No 41 No.l
twa, I J. Hi
III 35 p
VrHan Fran'co L I
No .' No 1
Iv Piescott ar 2 33p 1 10 P
buimiiit f 2 01 p'f 3 3p
U.iiiK'.'an' lr i rjp.noin
Skull Valle, . I Up 2 3P
Kiri.unu , ir.ii pi 2 "v
ir I'lioeiilN I
It Ma i ?
in 1a 11 50
10 23a 10
!MH)H 8 381.
All freight trains carry passengers Kecu
lar freight tntn .w,-ij;,i ,i... . 1vi
ioff. ,,..... ;.. ..;.","uo "-. riair-
Jaii.Tia Sim aT i. W ft ' t-iionnd.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars dailv
snd yyilllams and 8au Francisco. ""-""
i-uiiman -rourikt Bleep ng Cars d lilv
through between Chicago ind San Franc.sco
and Chicago and Los Angeles. v.u
Personally conducted Tourist cars Icav.
San Francisco ejery Wednesday and los
Angeles every Thursday, nmning t lirnusli
to Kansas Ity, Chicago iiiid B.,stn5. S
rtrwr a en-m
'General Passenger Agent, Albuquerque. X.M.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
tlnDicstcad Entry No. 610.
Land Omen at Pbescott. Antz.,
April 21 iMMt
Notice Is hereby given tlmt t.... r..iin. i.!,,-
named settler bus filed notice of his Intention
to mako final proof In support of his claim,
and that said proof will bo made before N.
G. Layton. Clerk of Probate Court, at Flag
staff, Arizona, on June II, WW. vlr: Exeok R
Jones, for tho S MNK 14 and 8 H NV M
Section 33. Townbhlp 21 N, ItangeO E. lie
names the following witnesses toprovu his
continuous residence on. ami . ulilvutlon of
said land, vlx: Charles A. Bush t Flagsm It,
Arliona;A.E. Brown of riait.ilT. Arizona!
B. K. Newman of Flagstaff. Arizona; George
Hoffmau of FJagstaff. Ailronu. ,
H. D. KOB. Keglster
First psbUoifcos April K,m.
Trains 41 and 4J run on alternate days.
Information as to kIi it d.i same will ros
will be fuiuNhed by aj-'eiiis on application
No. 1 makes connections at Ash lork wltb.
V. i P. M-stibuled limited No J nominees
No. 1 aiMXiiunfCtsnltli A. i V No S from
Ihe west. Persons Ucslrb g to staj oiw
Ash Fork -will llndllie best of aciouiuioda
lions at Fred llaney's Hotel
No. 2 makes close connections at Ash m"
ttltliA. &P. tialnsNos landt Ail' '
ivaches San FrancUco 10.45 a ni kecoca
morning. A. A, P. No 4ia etibulid train
thrnnirlinnt 11 rhinH u if 1, I'lnti li rras. aInlH6
car running thiouh. Los Angelc to -lJlc,'if,J;
Dining cars under themana'ii"t"t of rn
Harvey, with his unexcelled mi he care
ItlllUlluIl to hlbgUtkU.
Nos. 1 and 2 connect at Jerone Junclto"
with tiains of tbe Unlttd V nit lJ,l"f
Kailiray tor Jurome. Connectliu't I rt',v,0n;
with stugo lines for ail prlniil"! '"'J10
camps; at Con.'rcss with st.ijre limsror iisr
Mil:, ihil.i MiiiiloiiaiiilViniill.il o,"
with the Marlcopi A Plmenlx hHy l0T
poinifcun touilitrn Pai'llie Kill i.1.
The Santa Fc, PrchCottA PliotnlxKsljtW
is the best route to tin piit 'alt ' ,m:
valley. For liiforuiati..ti ludKliW'"
villevand the rich niiiilngMViin nicuiarj
toilus mail uldna-aiij nU If ro""'"'r
lf..9a(4tilHt i. sir.
Uko. Al. bAltoT. General FicUbt and l'"'
ueii rer A i-enu 1'rescott
K. E. WKI.L8. Assistant General Vaner
Prescotu Ariz. S. F. P. A P. K il''')
Geo". T. Nichoijso.n IMi'i-'l I a""''
Agent. Chicago. ,
J. J. Fubr. General Mang r WW-
T.As. F. Ball .y.
NOTICE TO FREIGHTERS,
l.0 teams wanted to hiuli - fr0J"
I'liomus to the ion of t,"l,t'. '.
copper buck from GloDe tor on ..
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