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FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1896.
Coco ni no
f Modest Boast.
Mr. Thackeray once wrote these wise words:
" There is no harm in being respected in this
world, as 1 have found out; and if you don't
brag a little for yourself, depend on it there is
no person of your acquaintance who will tell
the world of your merits and take the trouble off
your hands.' '
It is in a similar spirit that we venture from '.
time to lime in this space to teUyouhowwdl
wc think wc can supply Jy our wants in ttlie ' '""
lumber line and how much less we have to
charge for it than others.
THE ARIZONA LUMBER UJMP CO.,
News without whiskers for Arizona in the
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THE BANK HOTEL
THE LEADINU'HOTEL OF NORTHERN AKIZO A.
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Tourists and commercial travelers will find the
sibove named hotel complete in all the modern' im-.
provemtnts of the day." The management will spare
no pains to cater to the wants' of his patrons. ,
BY THE DAY
Also Dining Room attached,1 where nothing. buts
thq best the market.affprds is. served to Guests.
T. J. Coalter, Prop
FRESH FRUITS; '
All the Ddlicaoie3 of the Season Fresh, from the Markot.
You are invited to call and inspect my Stook
mit-f t Mv.
. . . Carrier, 75c a month.
WEEK. OR MONTH.
A. KELLf-i, PoriTOR.
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Tho Halls' of Congress Deserted bj
St. l.outs Now tho Atlracttoii-Tlie
Nnvnl mid Indian Aprnfi-lu-tlon
Illlls-Srniitor Teller '
for I 'res I Unit.
(rnou oun uraucAR coiiiiisi'Ondkm.I
Washington, Junu 12. Ncw-i'-was
ihere less Interest shown in Washing
run ill I lie (-Win;; horns of n m witli n!
Cong-os. UhihIIv i lie pilli-rieA nre
clowdid, lilt in I Ills instance- tin n
were only tlit- evi iflii attendance nl
toutlsls iitiil ill Ills ulm may almost
nlwa,s Le frill (I in llie ('apitop-wheu
Congress is in Mssiqn. Owing In llie
anxiety' of Republican mmiiiIois and
l'cpil si l.'tnlive.s to get to'Sl. Lniiis'nnd.
laku juii t in llie nn t'-f"ll Vi'jjlioii
maneuvers there whs tlui grcaiesi
tnuicu:iy in M- in nr a minium mi
liiilul during llie lust two days of llie,
session. '1'lie House I evoked nil IcaVi,'
of absence mid tclcginphcd thu art)
M'litees to ii me buck, Inn otlu-is kepi
going nil Jlif lime, 'Ihcy Knew thai
'. lit- onl IttiRinos Coiijji es-s uimli! al lelnl
l was lint n conciling of iln'Ti n-iici u
between I lie House ami Sennit! on np
propi iation hills, anil ihry wcie inure
Mroiiglv attracted lownidsSl. Louis.
The inti-it SI in the financial plank
of the plalfoim In he ailopltli liy llie
St. Louis convention hai lieeu inletiM
all lliti week ami will coin in lie until
I Ik; convention removes all ilnulits.
All sorts of n.mm.s hai hieu Hying
aioilinl us o ili nls 1 1, at m ro beiiij:,
made which uoiilil ailed liuil plank,
li uiis 1 1 miUi U Maiiil ilai I'i i riih-iii
Clivelanil hail oITiimI to Ihiou lite in
tluelit'e of die Aiiiuiiiiviraiiou lo llie
liekei in mil nil (I ijJL.Sju.Lidu"-if ""
ciiliirlilTi.ir'uiiiTlil mli'pt :i .-iiijrle l:li
ihtlil "olil plank, 'the fact thai Sen
iilor Teller, who in so in eminent l
spoken of us the pio'al!e. silei e.imU-
ilate for 11 1 .-ill t'u I . was iiioinl in the
lllimelolls (olifeli lii-i j- u hieh uile In III
iluiin; llie will. Ii Ki pnhlieaiiH in
mill hrauel.es of Coniis ho ale
ileli'pllcs lo llie foiiM ntioii can-id
mill li irnssip. Ii i- ie:ariliil in Waslt-,
inlon as eel lain lhaal llie Si. Louis
t'l'iiM ntioii will not ileelaie for yolil
alone, although imin eohl u eu ale
ilile.iti s. It is tijuallx ei i lain lhat
!' will mil ileelaie for mIut. Ii
titiaiienil plank i- likely lo mean e.ohlv
dill lo hi! so uoiileil lhat il will not
ilriwolT the finiM ivaiive silver men
of the parl.
The ii.ual appi'iiprialiou hill, which
only leai lied the l'lesideiit llie day
hefoie ai.jiili umeiit. was in iumo.fl
iliip'irtaul feaiuies a eoiupronii.Mi be
tween the House am! llm Seuatf. The
lioiiMi wauled, four h.iltlcship-t, llm
Senate two; llm hill pi'Midis lorihlee.
I'ht'iu was a led hot lijjil oer llie
L'hiiiSH niillinii.iiij; tint s.-eiviery of Ijie
liavy loeoiitlael foi al Mini plate at a
given pi ice. It being found impon
sible to reach. nil. aglrclnolit, llmwliohi
elatisu vviis struck out of thu bill and u
elaiibi iiisliiiclnig- llm tici clary to
niako"no inoru ani.or coiuiacls uiilil
furlhcr action by cirnltact in.-ciled.
Mi mbi rs of the Iloiibo do not consider
lhat the Senate Naval Cominitteu gol
In llie bottom of l In iiiiuor plate busi
ness and lbe proposo to do some in
vtstigalitig on I heir own book ncxl
Thu long mill at times tho bitter
oiiutest between thu Senate and Ilnifoc,
over 111 at poi-tion of the Indian nppro
priation hill which deals with schools
was linally sellled by urullier cluiusj
uoiiipronilst!, which declares thu Gov
ernment policy toward church hchools
to embraci- education iu general in
stead of thu edlicalioti of the Indians
only. It would taku a smart man lo
tell, just what was meant by that
declaration. Tim substance, of thu
compromise.. Is cmtained in the clause
which proviill'B for thu continuance for
one 3 ear moiuof (biveinineut kid to
the, sectarian Indian schools, to which
wns added, another meaningles" pro
vls((jii(luit Ihv scliuol funds shall hit
as nearly as pns$Uu.fcijtially.. appor
tioned anion; thu schools of thu vari
ous denominations. How meaningless
this is may bo Judged from thu fact
lhat there is piadlcally hut. tioo de
DJtduterested. people thiuk tho Senate
tiled wisely in deciding not to ijitor
fero iu tl;o sculptors' quarrel which
has followed tho awarding of tho con
tract for tho Sherman equestrian
-latue to Carl Rohl-Smith of Chicago.
I'ht! light of the Senate fo muddle with
thu, matter was at best a questionable
Senator Slewait insists Hint Senator
1'etler of Colorado will bo tho next
president of thu United Slates, and
when asked to explain tho foundation
upon which hu basi"- thu assertion In
put mi his most owlish look and said:
"Wall and see; I don't caru to enter
into pailiculars while the hatching
piocr..- Is going on. It might have a
Si ci clary Carlisle's statement of llie
Imnd issues under llie present inlmiii-i-iraliou,
picpared for the Seiuitu com
mittee charged wilh making an inves
tigation, was this week Hindu public.
Il contains nothing that can ho called
either new or stailliug, and of course
claims thai lint A'lmiui-arution did the
best il could under I hn circumstances.
J The committee, will begin llie investi
gation iu a few days probably next
w ek and it will bo public. Thu con
demiiaiion nf thu idea of making it
fceeret was too general for even its
originator, Senator Harris, the chair
man of llm committee.
Chas. It. Hood, Broker and Mauu
faeluieis' Agent, Columbus, Ohio, cer
nlics lhat Dr. King's New Discovery
has no equal as a Cough reined. J.
I). Id own, Prop. St. Jiimes Hotel, Ft.
Wa,ne, Ind., lestitics that hu was
em ed of a cough of. two ) ears stamliug
caused by LaUiippe, b Dr. KiugV
New Di-coietw 11. 1. Jlenili,
ll,ildwiiisille, Mas-i., s.ius that hu has
used and lecoiumended it and never
knew il to fail ami would rather have
il than any doctor, because il alwaxs
cures. Mrs. Hemming, '.'22 K. 23lh
ii-y ChlL"l!.'ll llKulJ'-kiull'i-JL-ll luuilL.
and Ii.h no fear of Croup, because it
,vl:inlh relieve. I-'ieo trial lint tie
al i'. .J. nraiiueu s
,'olnnl lltlon Sclleiur.
Mr Harry G. Uinckluv of San Fran
risen and broiher-in-law of Mrs. Flor
ence HIM lie Hinckley, says llie Yuma
Sciiiiiiel." arrived heio Tuesday. Mr.
Hinckley left by privalu conxeyance
llm following day lo examinu a large
tract of laud situated opposite Kin eii
liurg up llin Colorado liver now owned
li his sister-in-law. II comprises some
10.000 acres of as lino laud as cm be
found ainwh-ie. Mrs. Hinckley iu
heiitel it from her many limes mil
lion;, iie father. Col. James T. HI v the,
who piior lo his death was active!)
engaged colonizing il. Had not death
iulerveued this fertile tract of laud to
day would bo enjoying a high st'ilu of
cultivation and stippmiing thousands
of people, it H utmnti'il that thu
d.iughier will taku up thu enterprise
her father was not permitted, to 'ac
complish by tho relent le-s hand of
ileath and carrv il lo cnuipl. lion.
The Ailanlie & P.ieilie railroad have
made a special rate of $31 and return
lo thu following-California points: Los
Angeles, Ki don'do Hunch. Safita Mon
ica and San Dingo.
Tickets good foiToniiiiHons'pAsa'j:e
to San Uernardiuo. Slop-over at plea-Mii-n
hiiyoud that point'. Tli rt-iurii
limit of the ticket is uiuety'days with
I'ouiiuiious passatro east df 'Sim Bernar
dino. Tickets will bo sold on tho following
dates: Junu 3, Junu 17, July 1, July
15. July 29, August 12, "August 2(3.
Parlies iu this territory desiring any
information iu regard to tho summer
excursions lo thu Paciliu coast should
apply to C. N. Davis; agent of thu At
lantic & Paciliu railiWtl at Flagstaff,
who will cheerfully give any'iufor'ma
Owing to the prevalence of forcsl
liiotof Into, notices have been issued
cautioning .persons to I o , careful iu
this legard. Tho penally attaching
to thu offence, whether caused by ac
cident or Intentionally, js $1;000 line
iiu'-twi'lve ,nionths imprisonment, and
Uu aiUlloi'itii's aro. lU-tenfino'd to..e$
force the law rigorously. Tho loss
and discomfort to the commnulty
caused by tlWse tires Is very great,
and llm people should not bu mado to
Mlffer by rcHson of thi t-nrclt'SSiifM or
viMiediiW- of liresuonslbla iudi-
! Wuajls. . '
LEVI -ST MUSS & GO.
OVERALLS AND SPRING BOTTOM PANTS.
EVERY GARMENJ GUARANTEED.
EMPLOY OVER 350 GIRLS.
The Asscssruunt for 1800.
Thu Territorial Board of Eijualiza
lion has notilied tho Hoard of Super
visors of this county of tho assessment
of railroad property within thu county
for the year 189G. Tho proporly is
assessed as follows:
The Atlantic & Pacific railroad lias
10G.6G miles iu Coconino county and is
assessed at $5,000 per mile. Tho
assessment is lixed by a pro rata of all
the property .owned by tho compauy
within thu county.
The Central Arizona Railroad has 12
miles of track and is assessed at$116 G6
per mile, or a total valuation of
$5,000. This inWudcs all the personal
propel ly and rolling stock of the road.
Thu rolling slock of the Pullman
Palace Car Company used by tho At
lantic & Pacific Railroad Compauy ami
iu consiaut usu within tho Territory is
valued at i?29.212. Tho pro rata
assessed amount iu Coconino county is
3,838 oO, being $bi 84 per mile for
10G.6G miles. The Pttllmau Palace
Car Company were assessed last year'
and i if nil d to pay their taxes, claim
ing that llm assessment was excessive.
I'hey have agreed lo pay upon the
abnvu valuation this year, and the
Ten ili-rial Hoard of Equalization sug
gests that thu Hoard of Supervisors
accent paunciit of the taxes for 1895
Tirnu- same uasij-nr-iiio
I'rclly UiiM Tullt.
For soma reason or other advertisers
don't like to call a spade a spade. If
they havu any grievances against a
rival they usually talk about it iu gen
But A. Schilling & Co. of San Fran
cisco ui'H coming right out iu tho plain
est kind of talk. They say that the
teas mosl largely consumed iu the
United Slates aro adulterated and
Onu can't very well accuse lids tirm
of misrepresentation; for they have thu
highest possible standing in the trade,
and what is more, their statement-,
reflect not only upon leas sold by their
rivals, but upon a cheaper tea sold by
We guess lliuy will he believed.
They're Surely Welcome.
Messrs. Thomas Cook & Son, the
world-renowned tourist agents, havu
arranged for two excursions to leave
California "for the Grand Cauvoii. TlTe
excursions will he iiuder tho escort of
Pi of. G. Wharton James, R G. S.,
than whom no better authority on this
vast and gorgeous work of uaturo can
he found. Tho first excursion is limed
In l-nivo San Francisco on Saturday
next, Los Angeles oil Sunday, ami to
aiTi.vn.licru on Tuesday next, the 23d
inst.; while the second excursion will
leave San Francisco on July 1st ami
arrive hero on tho glorious Fourth, In
lime to witness our celebration.
While the itinerary is very com
plete, iiq mention is mado of the uewly
discovxred caves, but tho visitors
should not leave, the canyon without
exploring these .wonders, which trail
scend anything of tho ,ktnd kuown to
"''in. v .
. . . children's Duj.
t,S.uiulay.last vas Chik'rcu's Day in
Flag-siatfand' the appreciation of this
laudable'i institution, shown by their
elders' proves .conclusively' that all
leliding lo the education i.nd ndvance-
ment nmr conseqifelit betterment of
the condition of the rising generation
has a warm place iii "the' "icarls of our
piioplpj(!Tlu)x'exerciRes o;! the Presby
terian Sijudayvschpul wen held iu tho
eViui'-oH-'of 'hat'-'dennmiu ulon - in the
morning, while .ibe Me'.hodisls held
thulrs iu tho evening. C'u both occa
sions the children aequlttud themselves
admirably and gave unjlloycd pleas
ure to their relatives and friends.
Large congiegatlous wete prcsQijt at
each service. '
Lady Sholto Douglas joined her hus
band in Phoenix last Sunday.
Prescott was hotter last Saturday
than for ten' years previously, the mer
cury registering 100 degrees in tho
shade. Tho thermometer at Phoenix
ran up to 118.8 degrees.
As arSTilt of a dispute over wages
it is announced that the rallies owned
and operated by the Dominion Mining
ami Smelting Co. at Globe have been
shut down. This throws 250 men
out of employment.
A man was reported as dead to Dr.
Sweet, who after making an examina
tion pronounced him dead (drunk). A
few tumblers of water dashed lu his
face restored him wonderfully
Williams is reported to bo arousing
from its long sleep. The saw mills
and box factory are said to bo fairly
busy, and au Episcopalian church is
projected. The latter, when com
pleted, -will bo in charge of Rev. E. A'.
Osborn, Iato of Gallup, N. M.
Col. MeCord, though deposed from
tho secretaryship of the board .of con
trol by the governor, will uot give up
without a light. While away on a
ollicial records, and the board was
helpless to conduct any business.
Quite an extensive programme has
been prepared for the amateur bicycle
i-aco meet to bo held at Phoenix on
July 4th. Tho prizes are all service
able, .and as thero will be reduced
rates on all transportation lines run
uing Into Phoenix a large attendance
An alarming accident is reported
from Tucson. While six men were
engaged in iho conrtruction of the new
cathedral two of the brick columns
gave way, precipitating the brick
arches that connected them and tho
six men to tho ground. Thero was
oue American, Joe Turner, a brick
layer, and live Mexicans, and all were
seiiously, though It is believed none
A lively fight is being waged in
Yuma over tho prison contract labor.
Tho various papers have takeu sides on
llie issue and are bespitterlng ono
another in good old-timo fashion. Ojo
contends that tho working man pre
fers to keep tho prisoners In idleness
and do tho work himself, while others
assert it is work the white man would
not do iu any case. Iu tho meantime
irrigation canals aro needed, and good
laud is as idlo as the prisoners for
(wan'. of thorn.
A bloody affray happened near the
Maricopa & Phoenix roundhouse on
Saturday last. A family of Mexican
Indians named Valenauela got fully
primed on some cheap but very Intoxi
cating liquor called wine, which is
mado from anything but the juico of
thegrape. Juan Valenzuela. about SO
years of age, stabbed his uncle,
Crlsanta Valeuzuela, 60 years of age,
so that the latter cannot possibly re
cover. The family are described as a
bad lot, having been strongly sus
pected of more than ono murder, while
their names were called at almost
every term of -the district court for
some breach of law or misdemeanor.
Notice to Water Consumers.
To all persous having hydrauts and
using railroad company's water.
Notice is hereby give'u that unless
special efforts are made to save the
water as much as possible, or if any
one is fotiud using the water for lawn
sprinkling or llko purposes, the rail
road company will be compelled to
shut off the water from the city. By
older of resideut engineer.
Signed C W. Davis.
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