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TIIORSDAY, JUNE 4, 1896.
wrvriCE TO THE PUBLIC.
AH contracts and bills for advertising py
Adttrtl'loe rates flvenupon application.
nusltif ss Iix-als 10 cent per line for flnt ta
Mrtion.and t cnu per line for each subse
nHAV.w Enit ! nlftiftMl in rnntrlhutA
m nubile matters, but all notices of festivals.
',",', me etlnet of societies, auppers. enter-Iinir-enn
and mention of marriages, births
Ind death bcrond the renular announce
In, t will be chanted for at regular rates.
Can "ll' ' g,MM' uteak.
Kiiim.iiils for pants for salo M
l)i uinin iff crenm at CuiToll's
Sini in.nl' fioni $15 up, pants matin
fimn 15 ni. a Allaiter & Co. 'a.
I, sij litinc-li of kt'ti. Finder will
pl,Mp i I in ti H this office anil reit'iv
1 i,o A. & V. Ralliiiad company ate
iiniuiij; in i'f' I'ip4' I!'"" f''"lu ",e
inmip Imti'f lo tliu water tank at Brlle-
Xoiitli-ulloii lias been received tliat
tin- Viiluieii of iIih World will in in
line Mil tlifir nieellitjri on Wedues
d.. iniead of Mimda night.
'I lie iiiifi".sintial card of l)r. W. S.
Riiliiiiuii appeals iu this issue. The
offiie ainl letiilt-iicp of the doctor is in
the ritslijinian parsonage and his
teli plume number is 42.
'1 he San Uetuaidimi Steam Laundry
dins liiKt-clHss wotk at reasonable
rates. G. II. Coffin is the agent, and
will scud jour laundry on Monday of
eaih week and it will be returned on
The tImIois and pupils who are going
to the school picnic are requested tube
t the tinin at 9 o'clock a. m. Every
body is iiniied to attend. Biing your
dinner ami bo piepared to enjoy a day
of nk'.uui e.
'1 lie gieal Wallace show stopped at
Williams on '1 ueMlii) and gave an ex
liihi'ioii. Seeial fiatuiesof the show
eic omitted but the people of Wil
liams vnjojul the sights of the citrus
and the side show.
Jloim'.aiu Lodge No. 15, K. of P.,
elected the following olllcers at their
regular meeting held on May 23: Win.
Giiit, U. C; Nick Locker, V. C; T.
E. Pulliara, prelate; T. Merrick, M.
it A.; T.J. Boss, M. at W.
J. T. Lockait, the old reliable
paiutcr, paper-hanger aud decorator,
ttill offeis his services to the people
of Flagstaff. Mr. Lockbart is an artist
iu hit Hue, and those who intend
hauii noik done will find it to their
Intel est to consult him before doing
'll.u A. & P. railroad is offering
peunl exclusion rates to tho coast for
the Minmier mouths. The rouud trip
fiom Flagstaff, tickets being good for
90 dajs with slay-over privileges at
San Beiiuidlno, to Los Angeles,
Sauta Monica, Redondo Beach and Sati
Diego is onl) 31.00.
Flagstaff Lodge No. 13, A. O. U. W.,
elected the following officers for the
ensuing tcini at their regular meeting
held mi Ma 28: F. C.'Hochderffer, M.
W.; J. (j. Oriui, foreman; W. IL Nor
man, oxeiseer; W. F. Kislingbury,
fiuaticiu; A. A. Dulton, receiver;,?.
M. hiiisioii, tcidider; Daniel Hogan,
guide; A. H. Carsett, I. JJV-; .John
Cliijliolni, O. .
J. II. Franks of Beaver Creek was
in low ii dm iiig the week. Mr. Franks
is toad owrseer across the line in
ViMui county, and he informs the
Sex that the Verde road from Rattle
iakv spiing dowu the rim is in go k!
'''1''. ami the people of Southern Ari
zona who desire to come to Flagstaff
tvtiam will Hud a good road all the
waj fioni Phoenix to Flagstaff.
1 lie cure of rheumatism Has often
tM'd nieilical skill, but it prevention
lias hi'iMi .y easy by an occasional
ue of Simmons Liver Regulator. It
sfeps the liter well regulated and the
JMtni fien fioni poisou 1'herciu la
t " 6ici .t of health. '! hare used it
''" Jiais for indigestion and constipa
tion, anil ako found that ll gives one
Klli ft urn a touch of rhcumaiism."
& Hughes, Lordsburg. N. M.
W. 0. Miller who was lately em
Pfyed 1.) Messis. Campbell jfc Francis
' -liiipiiuler. ii In durance vile. Ii
! allej.,.,1 ii,H i Elly. N. M. on
Hovember. 1894, he stole a rope to
one rod of which a horse w os ailached.
e piitoiicr, whose right name turns
' tn In, j ,i, Sen, nltlutugh ha enr
nM a good man) aliases for general
0,. m taken to Eddy on No. 2 yes
t'rday uiorulng by Special Qffjcer fj.
Examine millinery at Rogers'. Great!
reduction iu prices.
Carroll's Family Restaurant is as
popular as McKinlov.
James Latnpntt's now residence will
be a dandy when completed.
Suits made from $15 up pants made
from 5 up, at Allasler & Co.'s.
The Carroll restaurant alwajs gi-M
full value for your money. Everything
neat aud clean.
J. W. Williams offers his eervicea
for family aud blauket washing; also
Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick head
ache, iitdigestion, bllliiusmss. All
The shipments of cuttli for the week
included Iwenl-thecals tnOiin Junc
tion and fifteen cars to Dodge Cily.
Out of weakness eomes strength
when the blood has lieeii purilied, en
riched and viializinl. the appelite re
stored and the system built up by
The tirit excursion to Mastaff over
the Santa Fe. Pu.'ct.U & Phoenix rail
road will leave, PiiiH-tiix on Tliiiisdii
and be continued 'i-eiy alternate
Thursday uniilSepleniajir 17tli.
A letter from Hon "N. O. Murphy to
E. S. Claik dated 3lay 29th, slates
that it will be impossible to get the
bill for issuing bonds for ft water
M8lcni iu KlHgsiaff through Congress
this sihsioii. Uiuininiou.H consent is
required to pass the bill, aud Congress
is loo bus during the closing weeks
to notice an thing but the appropria
tion bills. Had tlm bill been Intro
duced earlier in the session there would
have been no trouble iu securing its
passage. The bill can be passed in
December next, ifdetdrvd.
HEBE AND THERE-
HoTtmentiof Home Kolks and Notes
Mrs. Josie O'Neill took the train for
Denver, Col., Monday.
Frank R. Schultz returned from
Tonto Basiu last Saturday.
T. J. Ross returned Tuesday from a
trip to his old home in Arkansas.
Mrs. C. S. Siuilh of Gallup is visit
ing tho family of her son, T. J. Ross.
M. J. Kennedy left for Cherry Creek'
yesterday with a wagon load of mining
Miss Grace Dutton of Sherman, N.
Y., is visiting the family of her brother,
A. A. Dutton.
R. B. Burns, C. R. Perry aud Chas.
Canall returned Sunday from a trip
to the Gram J Canyon.
Mrs. J. A. Lamport left Tuesday for
Leroy, Minu. Her mother, who resides
at that place, is quite ill.
O. K. Davis left Thursday for Wil
Iffanit whero lie will enter tho employ
of the A. & P. Railroad company.
Territorial Treasurer Cole was a
passenger on No. 1 Monday on his
way to Phoenix from hi former homo
T. W. Hinea snd wife of Phoenix
spent Monday here. The) expect lo
spend a portion of the summer here
camping out nod fishing.
k. T. Cornish. T. S. Bunch and
Chas. Canall will leave. Satuiday for
Phoeuix to attend the Democratic cou
vention which meets on the 8th Inst.
Miss Walkl-y of Galesburg. 111.,
accompanied her sister, Mrs. E. E.
Elliuwood, from Phoenix on Saturday.
The young lady is charmed with Flag
staff ami Its surroundings.
Joseph H. Emlow of William, ac
couipanled by Charles Bionics ami
J. F. Flick of the same hnrg. Waited
Flagstaff for the pin pose of proving
up ou laml owned by Mr. Emlow.
J. H. Hosklns Jr. canm into town
on Sunday. He gave a harrowing
picture of the destruction in St. Louis,
and is of opinion that the loss of life
and damage will far exceed Ihe pub
HlflMtt Honors Worlds Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE
A n Cnipe Crstm of TarUt Powder, fret
m temiwif, Alum or any other adulterant,
YIAM TW ITAAMI; V
Their Hearts are as Stout as in
v DayB of Yore.
Tile Memorial Services Carried Oil
With ISclat After Surmounting
It was but a ver meagre crowd thai
left (he G. A. R. hall on Salurdax
morning to hold the meiuoilal serviccf
iu Babbitt's hall, but whattliuv bickei
iu numbers tiiev made up in eiilhus'
asm. In f.iel they might, and prol
ably did. use lo each oilier ICinjr HnlV
famous words to his ragged aiiddispii
lied followers in Fiance: "We feu,
we hupp few, we baud of brothels."
Anil truly I hey are a band of brotheiv
that even the grim Reaper lilinselt
cannot disunite, for as Death with hi
fell M'Uhe from time to lime remnvei
some piomiueiil and uell-kuowu llgtin
fiom their tanks it but serves to biinj:
Ihe oilieia closer tngeiher. This w a
aptly illustrattd by Mr. Clark Iu lib
address in quoting part of a speed
delivered by Col. Bob Iugersoll to tin
Eleventh Illinois Cavalry: "I am uoi
sure we ought to mourn for Ihe dead
It ll.u be death is the greatest gif
ever came fiom Natuie's hamU. 1
we could live foieVer here wo noiili
care nothing for each other. It is i It
fact that we must die that brings on
hearts together. Were it not for deal I
there would be no love, aud without
lore life would be a curse."
At Babbitt's hall quite a number ol
ladies and citizens joined the Mill'
baud, so that when Ihe proceeding
commenced lhero was a very lespeci
The proceedings weio opeucd b
Comrade Iloxwortb reading the gen
eral older, after which n quail et cou
sistiug of Professor Wason ami
Miosis. Ellioii, Gum aud Reid ven
effectively sang "Tenting on the Ob
Camp Ground." Father Connolly ihei
deliiered Ihe opening prn)cr, uliicl
tiiliched Ihe bealtsof all Ilia Ik-:ii i'i i
not alone for his kindly expression
lo the honored dead, but for tint loyally
and patriotism that pervaded even
sentcuce. The quartet then sang,
"Silently. Tenderly," which was fol
lowed by an address from Rev. B. M.
Dauford, who as a member of Ransom
Post spoke very feelingly of theii
Then tho Rev. Mr. Coiscn was
called upon, and certainly Flagsiall
has reason to congratulate heiself upon
the acquisition of Ibis talented gentle
man. His .speech was slioi I and to tin
point, and reflects equally as much
credit ou his head as on his heart. A
duet, "On, to the Field of Glory ," b
Messrs. Wasson aud Reid, was ren
dered iu exculleut style, I lie Miigcir
infiibing into it the full mariial spirit :
aud then came the number ou the pro
gramme to which all had looked foi-
uulil Iho memorial speech of E. S
Claik. 'Tucie almost a wmk oi
superei l ligation to tell Ihe people oi
FlagrtatI what kind of a speaker Mi.
Clark is lie is loo well and favoraldi
known; but on Satuiday lie eclipM-d it 1
foi mer effoi Is. His whole Mini .seeiue''
lo be iu his Mihjccl, and he did fill
justice to the ennobling theme oi
which he was called to speak, inspiiiu
many of his audience, the yoiiiigei
portion particulaily, with a desire d
emulate, if not eclipse, the noble deeib
aud the heitt'ibui niug oalty am
patriotism of those whose lo.s.s the
weie there to mourn aud pay iribuli
to I heir memoiles.
A llot'lhle feature throughout tin
proceedings was the absence of lha
acrimony towards the South which ii
former year so often m-irred meeting'
of Ihe kind, icwviug feelings that ha
best lie dormant, -and enguuderiu;
si I lie and ill-feeling lieUveen thosi
who should be kuil closely in ihe bomb
of lirolherlMiod. The Norih and Sum I
are now one snd iiiilisMduhlc, and lln
eloqiieiit Ii ibilles of respect that wen
paid to ihe memory of those who fell
iusuppoit of their convictions, mis
taken I hough their ideas may lu.ro
been, will do moi-c to cement the bonds
of friendship and kindred between the
two sections (ban nuyihiug elite.
Al Iho eoiiulllsion of the proceedings
in .the hall the liulo baud again fot med
ainl proceeile.d lo die cemetery, where
ll.iuciri .wcti! stiewn upon the graves
and die military saluie, that will never
agtiih-eiHiasv4ltKii4i-Mi tht bosoms of
the dead heroes, was fired by Company
I. N. G. A. Considering alt the diffi
culties hat h.ul lo lie oi ci ciiinc, and
which al limes seemed almost insur
mountable,. d.ie proceedings through
out far exceeded I be, expectations of
I tbosa wJ9- wj jo ' iWpousiWe for their
is Simmons liver regulator don't
forget to take it. The Liver gets sluggish
during the Winter, just like all nature,
and the system becomes choked up by
the accumulated waste, which brings on
Malaria, Fever and Ague and Rheuma
tism. You want to wake up your Liver
now, but be sure you take SIMMONS
LIVER REGULATOR to do it. It also
regulates the Liver keeps it properly at
tvork, when your system will be free from
poison and the whole body Invigorated.
your system is In Al condition, and that
will only be when the Liver Is kept active.
Try a Liver Remedv once and note the
difference. But take only SIMMONS
LIVER REGULATOR it is SIMMONS
LIVER REGULATOR which makes the
difference. Take it in powder or in liquid
already prepared, or make a tea of the
powder; but take SIMMONS LIVER REGU
LATOR. You'll find the RED Z on every
package. Look for it.
J. H- Zcllin & Co.. Philadelphia. Pa.
oiiduet and retlfut much credit on
The ciinniiilciidnsiri) to c mvay their
-init le ll links lo lite following for Ihe
.'em-ioiis gifts of flowers M-nt i y I hem
r I he decoi.ilion of the graves: N. II.
dilchell, Pasadena. C.il.; Chas. Huist.
Jleiidale. and P. P. Pinker, Phoenix.
Juingto the delay in tin nnival of
lie tiaius the flowers sent by Mr.
ditchell wore the only ones to arrive
hi time. The coiitiibutioiis uf the
ther gentlemen, however, were not
il lowed to wasle llieir sweeluess ou
liuileseit air, mil weie devoted to a
.'en id purpose, the SUN among ollieis
neing the recipient of a beautiful
i m m
Shorthand si tonography.
All who aie desirous of taking les
sous iu shorthand will please meet the
undersigned in Professor Whssoii'h
la-M'oi'ltl, Emeisou High School, at
i i. in. on Weduc.sihiy in M, June lOih.
I'he leims aie $5 pi r uioiilh. paxablc
ii advance, and lessons will be given
for one hour eery alternate evcuing,
A. D. LoniMKR, Sun Ofllcc.
Itucltlen's rnicu Salve.
The best salve in the woild for cuts,
nruUcs, soies, ulcers, salt ihetini, fever
sines, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skiu eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, 01 no pay required,
ft is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by D. J. Brau
neii. Flagstaff. Arizona.
DAGNALL-On Saturday, the 30th ult.
Memorial Day), the wifu of Geo. BaRiiall ol
rVt. D.J. KRANNEN, PHYSU'IAN AND
1 .surgeon. Flugst4ir. Aruona. win re
.pond piotitptly to all culls from any point
in the AtlantV: le I'acltlc lt.illro.id. Ollice
old Urui; sloie opposite the depot.
WS. RdBIS-ON. M. I).. TLAGSTAFI-'.
, Arizona. Office and re-ldence In the
I'renbyluilan parsonaRO. Telephone o. K.
EM. SANFORD. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
. I'lcocott, Arizona. Will practice In all
lie courts of Arizona.
EM. DOE. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
, Otnce two doors west of tho Dank
toiel, riunntdfT. Arizona.
ES. CLARK. ATTOUNEY AT LAW.'
Oil! cc In tho U.ililrttt building. Kl.ig
itttT, Ai IDim. 1'r.iotlcu before llio Lund
ii'p.irtrat'iit u Hpcculty.
1 OSEPH JOHNSTON.
I N'OTAHY I'UnLIC AKO
J JCSTICE OF THE PEACE
WIU.TAU3, ..-. AlIIZONA.
Has nil the legal blanks in use In the Ter
iltoiy. You are not
using Schilling's Best tea?
That shows that yon don't
believe what we say or that
yon don't care.
Don't care ? Does it make
no difference to you whethet
you and your family are drink
ing health or disease ?
Don't you believe us?
There is no 'need of believing
us. Believe the tea.
Sample at your grocer's
money back if you don't like it
If you don't like Schilling's Best
coffee, soda, baking-powder, seasoning,
flavoring extracts, tell your grocer so.
He has money-back to give you.
A Schilling & Company San Francisco
Who can thlnb
of lomt iinipla
IF YOU ARE
IN f HURRY
For groceries there is alway a wagon at 'our
door ready to bring them to you. Your- order
will be filled promptly. We have everything that
is best in Groceries. The Monarch brand of
Canned Goods the best in the market, are sold by
us. Our assortment of Table Luxuries embraces
lots of dainties not found in ordinary stores.
Our prices are no higher than you will pay for
FLAGSTAFF COMMERCIAL CO.,
Reserve Fund Life Association,
$18,450,000 Paid in Death Claims by the Mutual Life Associ
ation from 1881 to 1894.
A NEW SYSTEM AND THE BEST.
The Strongest and Most Progressive of all the Insurance
Companies Extant I
Rates Nearly So Per Cent Cheaper Una In the Old System Coipulis.
EX S5. CIARK, Agent,
BROADWAY, Opp. Citv Hall
TELEPHONE 904 LOS ANGELES, CAL
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HR1Z0HH CENTRAL BUNK,
OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA.
Interest Paid on Time
and Savings Deposits.
Drafts Sold Uporj
All Foreigi) Golirjtries.
We bare an Extensive Patronaro and Oor-
respondence tbrouihout Arizona, and Invito
your BanUlnn Business upon Liberal and
B, N. FREEMAN, President.
T. E. P0LL00K. Viofl-Prflsiflnnt. I
W. S. ROBINSON, Cashier.
; i Fine Cigars,
SANITARY WOOL UNDERWEAR s
Our Prices in
Are always the Lowest.
IS OUB MOTTO.
M, J. BAGNALl
FOrti O trl CUna A
DUUl dllU OIIUC VO
From the Spring
Lakes at Bellemont.
is now ready for de
A. T. CORNISH,
MG00M Low Prices
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