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I Hl'HSIJAY. JUNE 25. 1896.
nOi'ICKTO THE I'UHLli;.
, contracts and bill for advertising pay
dottWns ratc given upon application.
Rosinc- locali 10 ccnti per line for Brat In
, turn, awl Scents per lino for each mbse
... (Diic mutterh.but all notlceaof fotlval.
, meeilneb of soclctlem auppers. enter
i . nniint-and mention of marriages, birth
' ,, (HniliN bevoiid the regular announce
, will lw i'lur;c(l for at regular rates.
WxrM An cxniii'iici'(l diniiij:
, .til, mi ilrtnif nrctl apply, at
, , I'lini'ilx rvMiiuriiiit.
p ii. i i Npriinieiit in iii'purlHiit
, ,. , i ns .unit- lii'altli. Puilfy, 'ii.
, mil ii:ili7i xoiirliliiiiil with Hood's
s . ,iu ll.i aiul tlms U'fy joiirn'K
.... .mil lirallliv.
.ii.ii lull.. Im Iiim-ii si i tick in
( , i i '. Lil C'liitiu'f" i-oppi-r
n i NI.'HJJ lii'pfs nlc t-nti'ltttilitil
, l,f... luli llli IllillC will wllpM"
,, ' I ii , in ii"1 li'iiliory.
1 , l!i linanl Sons Co., 151 Wit
i , , m . ( hinif,'". lias (mutinied ua
. f iln- TiHtf ln Ucitililii'aii
1 , -ii Si.ur Hook." It H wi-ll
i i In piiiv aknl for il 10 ci-nls.
, i Hit '1n1i-. iij'jifiuwl lnfolv
j . l'uiiii' thN nmtiiiiij: clmifji'il
iii.iiiif a pi" mi (hi Dillnian's
1 (it mullcr uas comproniisi-d
,n .1 i1 t . li.i'gi' illidiHW mi payment
jl, 'in lliinaidino Stt'iim Laundry
(,,- in -i cl.u-i wink at reasonable
r,. ( II. Collin U the agent, and
,,i I m . il oiir laundry on Monday of
, ik and il will be returned on
II,, C t (iiiino Ctrling Club have a
t ,7, , lul iin in tin- H.iuk liotrl and
id ,i out Monday night. The rueni
lii.im inlen-li'd ill the. woik of the
c'uii a "I llie tuetiUiiga are well
ft! i lull .1
I''. i di'j: Irn Ids day," does not
1 M ...!! in r".;igt:itT. 'llm city niar
(,' ,i u.uliln'i hi (lit in enjoy tint dog
il . I.mi taiiini' I lint wasn'l worth
a 'imiim I id lo bite llii-diHt and it nf
f H il i,i'ili'itt "tin practice for the
Mi- l- Michael & Shlll.'ock, the
A ''ii pln.togtiipliei, srritetl from
Mi II.HI13 ihi morning, and hate
, .lul tluii- tent on thu Bray lot.
'Hi. an- lu3i-chus art lit and guaran-tii-
ii i ii oik to givis ftatixfactlon.
'II i Ii ivc iiniiiy linepicturuMof familiar
Mi. Miiis fiictn, and they invite our
c .fii- I" call and sou their work.
l'e bu.v icccived a pleasant risit
iMn.la fnmi Will Kenucdy, lato
fin! .ii.d piopiletor of the Boulder
"V.i." Mutt. Mr. Kennedy is trav
i i in Aii.nmi for his health. Hois
i.i' il at Liitlo Springs and inteuds
ji. i njr "ii to see the world's wonder
i . d .iikI Cnnjnn.
J U bpai ling informs the St'N that
tin' l.i.tnl Tilegrnpli Co. aie putting
in iipiaicis at AkIi Fork which will
n.Miilh :i(celrr:ilo llio llalldaclioil
'( iiiiniss liclwi'cii Chicago and Sal)
Iiiiiim'... lie also reports that a
c-iiji if poles woie liurut'd down al
V ... .ii
I e A. A P. tailroad is offering
fpi i.ii i-xcuiMoii mtes lo the coast for
tin n.ii'iiii'i' uiniiths. The round trip
in 1 lagbfiff. litkels lielnggoiul for
9i- tl.it wiih staj-over piivileges at
km Hi iii.iuliiiii, to Los Angeles,
Sunn Mmiica, Cedondo Beach and San
Dii-ii is only $31 00.
I'Miiiciimis have been issued from
1 n'lpiaiifis of thu Atlantic & Pacific
Iin! il Company to sell tirst-class
i "i il-nip tickets nt a rate of one
Wi-i Iiis.('I.is one way fare for the
f'linl nip fur Foiuth of July exctir
" I lii se tii'tiets will ho limited to
ik and llm pasagu in both
nit must he L'liiitiniious.
One day ihih week Mr. II. C. Lock
WI .i KiickmiH of Flagstaff, ArlMiui.
u'il lUlntig Hi Ik Neosho river, just
I"1 1, of the old Gi.oVtt hotel, anil to his
' pi be cauullt a cJianiud catfish which
mi imiiciI 21) indie in length and 17
Indus muiiuil the largeHt part. The
Ii-li uelght'il 11 pounds and 1 ounce.
' is Dm largest fisli that has been
4 uiIii here thin ailiumer. Oiunutl
j'e (Kas.) Bugle.
lime nut iwo reasonahln things
m mli every hiuly blioiihl do: take good
'iic of mui's health; anil, if lost, regain
" 'I'uckly. mid to this eveiybody will
".'''i. And there are a great millti
bull i f people who are agreed I hat for
"ill pmpi.se.s Simmons Liver Ungu
I it. i
is ll.u best helper. "I am
tiniMi-il with torpid liver and nothing
u iillif ii ijiilck like SiininoiiB
''"i- Uiyulmor." B. E. StraiiKH,
UbCjij, fto I
Examine millinery at Unguis', tiieat
rediiution in prices.
C. A. Keller has moved Into his new
place oMiusiuess in the liraiiueo block.
M. J. Kennedy is in Kingman look
ing after thu contract for building the
The grocers are busy not giving
money back, but selling mora Schil
J. W. Williams offers his servici
for family and blanket washing; alxo
The. common council will hold an
adjourned meetingou Friday to further
iIImhim he water question.
A. T. Cornish left this morning for
Albuqileique to Intel view the railroad
ofticials on the water question.
Frank Beale while exercising a Iiovm
oiiTueMlay rieciwd some blight hmifcs
which will incapacitate him for a shot)
Dr. J. H. Sloan and wife of Simla
Fe, V. M., spent M'teial days licie
visiting thu family of C. A. Keller.
Mis. Sloittt is a sister of Mi. Keller.
Want, il An elielgelie Ulan toestal -llsh
branch flice lirn ; $100 permonlh
salary. For full infuimatioii addres
Kooiii 6, 273 S. Main si i eel. Los An
geles, Cat., Viiicido Chemical Co.
The Coconino Cycling Cluii is le
ceiving a great many inquiries about
the third annual run of the club to the
Grand Canyon, ami if one-half the
ctclists attend Hie run thai intend to
the run will be a successful event.
KOTJrK TO TIIK fVlUAV.
The public is lieicli) uolilied that
Frank Mclutiru is no longer in any
way connected with the COCONINO
SUN. ami the tindeisigucd will not he
responsilile tor any bills made by him
on accouut of the Coconino Sun.
C. M. Kunston.
FtACSTAFr. June 22. 18!)6.
HIS BEAS0N GONE.
l.uns of llelltniont in a
Bias Lunn, a section hand al Belle-1
niout, is plumb crazy. For several
days p'ist he has been ailing very
strangely, neglecting his woik, refus
ing his food ami otherwise acting
contrary to all usage. A couple of
weeks ago he threw a lamping iron nt
a fellow lahoier but I hat was pa-scd
over. Last Sunday he leceived a letlel
from his parents and since then the
suction foreman had little or no con
trol mer him. Yehterday Deputy
Sheriff Buggeleu of Williams brought
him into town and this morning ho
appeared before Piohate Judge Lay
tou. When being brought befoie the
court he became very violent, mid it
was found tieccssary to put mi gyves
and leg irons. Tho evidence disclosed
that about three yeais ago in New
Mexico, in a tit of insanity he killed
Ills aunt. Drs. Cornish and Roiiuson
having examined him and declaieil
that he was insane. Judge Lay ton
committed hit) I to thu asylum at
Bay-Thero Is No Dancer.
To the Editor of the Sun lu one of
your recent issucs-I notice an in tide
relating to the dangeiotis wiles of the
Telephone company. There is uocati.se
for alaim as no one can he injuieil but
our company. The greatest Injitiv
would be the burning of a small coil
in our bells. The system is so pro
tected by fuses that there, is no danger
of tires nor of any one eten receiving
n shock. ltespcct fully,
Ciias. T. Huff, Manager.
Notice to Wutvr CoiisiiiuerH.
To all perons ImvIiij; hyilr.uiis anil
lining rtiilrottil cniiipain'i water.
Kulito is heruhy given that umIush
special effort aiu matin to .ivu the
walurns much as possiule, or if any
one is fotinil lining llm water fur lawn
Hprinkling or liku purpiiM-x. llm rail
road company will ho cumpelleil to
nhutotr thu water fioiii tlioi'lty. B;
ii.tler f riwliloiit eiigiiuuir.
SigneilJ C. W. Davis.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE
ftAflvAJttn or any other idulttrant.
j$ VM fTAKOARC
Is Ostensibly What the Prinoeton
Students are After.
Ilut Such Young Blood Cannot Fall
to Derive Pleasure as Well As
Profit From Their Trip.
It took the Princeton students a
long while to arrive here, but It is ti
he m-esumed those young gentlemen
know how to obtain the acme of com
foil out of a lone mid tedipus journey.
Sinitinjr-frnni New Yolk on the 12ih
they did not unduly lax their powers
of endurance and arrived heieouNo.
1 mi the 22nd. The eleteii 6111(1011"
together wiih Professor Scott, uiulei
whose tutelage they are, looked bright
and fresh as they alighted from the
train and took a look at the San Fiau
c'hco mountains which is to bo tin
scene of their eailiest labors. At the
depot they were met by D. M. Riot
ilaii, whoslumed thtro over the town
.mil i lien escorted them to Milton
where they remained his guests until
Eager to enjoy to the fullest extent
tile various beauties for which the
country surrounding Flagstaff is so
eminently famous, the students le
solved they would lint be cooped up in
ciiuiagis or coaches and decided on
each hating a bucephalus of his own.
Of com so, this was no gieat strain on
the establishment of Mr. Tliuiher.
whose stables contain at all times a
supply of horses suitable to lido oi
diive, and it must he confessed that
these gallant Vllll,g "'en from the
ifl'ete east made an excellent showing
as ununited on their chargers thet
proceeded to LittluSpiiugs where they
intend to camp for it week, exploring
the noble peaks of the San Flaueisco
mountains, tilling their minds with
knowledge and their souls with the
surpassing beauty of the surrounding
Every object of beauty between here
nil lltu Grand Canyon is to lie
ihorotijihly explored, six weeks being
the lime allottei'. in which to do it. 01
course the greater portion of the time
will be devoted to the Canyon ilbelf,
ami Ihcio is no doubt about it the re
sult of there researches will do ninth
to infill in eastern people of the wonder
ful lesoiircis that are now lying idle
for want of the necessary capital to
Profess ir Scott will deliver a seiies
of addresses to the Summer School of
Science during its session lyre.
Water Pumped, or Electricity.
A new supply of water for the Sail
River valley will soou be an aecom-j
plislieil laet. ny nuans oi ui Jtiauu
ler's ay Mem tho electiic power used
for dish ihutiug the water in thu canals
can also be used for pumping watei
fr-uu the gravel buds of the valley at
Mlmt Other Think.
Finest nfl luis grown sn Mi'niig lluil
site thinks bhe is ablu to Kmvlu with
tho wntt-r qnrstion. An inipoitiiiit
pitlilic nireting was recently liulil thcie
fur thu pnrpusu of taking tttcpn to
fStiiblitih a walur 8)8lein.
Tliu Eiiicieoii HIl'Ii School of Flit"
stall has rimiplelfil its Hist anniver.iai
uiiiitUt luiifh eiitlmsiaiiii anil praisi-fnr
i lie woik limit!. 'I lit! SUN of that place
has a full wild' up of the closing excl
cisi's ami a tiuu cut of thu liuililiiie.
You ileservu crudit for your cntuipiise,
Brother Fuustoii. Yuma Sun.
'i'lic Junior Leosuo.
All niemhurs of thu Juuiur League
am earnestly l eqtlesleil to he present
al tlm regular meeting of thu Junior
League of thu M. . chin eh next Sun-
ilny afternoon at 3 o'clock. Wu espu
ciall iIchIiu elect iotl of olHcels in tin
Wanted to leasn or stock on some
uliare, huge range, Los Angeles coun
try. Sheep sell at tl to $1 60.
M. S. Croswell.
HA E'lgewjiip, Log Angeles.
The modern stand
ard Family x Medi
cine : Cures the
ills of humanity.
The Cheapest, 1'nrejt
itid licit Family Medi
ime in the world I
for all dilutes ot the
Regulate the Liver
and prevent Chilis
and Kevin, Malari
ccs Fivers, Bowel
Ntss, Jaundice and
Koth'nc Is io unpleasant, nothing eo common, as
bad breath ; and In nearly every ease it comes from
the stomach, and can be so easily corrected If you will
take Sikhoks Lrvrs Regulator. Do not neglect so
sure a remedy for this repulsive disorder. It will also
imrrove your appetite, complexion and general health.
How many suflTcntorture day of cr day, maUnj life
a bi.rden and robbing existence of all pleiuire, owing
to the kecret suffering from Files. Vet rvhtf is ready
to the hand of almost any one who v.i.1 use systemati
cally the remedy that has permanently cured thou
sands. Simmons Liver Regulator Is no drastic,
violent purge, but a gentle ass stant to nature.
SHOULD not be retarded as
trifling ailment in tact, nature
demands the utmost regular ty of
the bowels, and any deviation
from tills demand paves the way
often to aeriuut danger. It ts
quite as necesury to remove
impure accumulations from, the (
bowels as ft l to eat or sleep, and
no health can be expected where
a costive habit of body prevails.
Th. d!tiess!ng afflifilon occurs most frequently
Ihc disturbance (f the stomach, arising from tho
mpt.rfci.tl) digested contents, causes a seerc pain in
ic hesd. accompanied with disagreeable naucaand
hu tonttttmes what 13 popularly known as Sick
leadache, for the relief of which take SlUMOMS
UKA RCCILATCK OR McDICIMI.
J. II. ZEILIN & CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
HERE AND THERE.
Movenirntnof Homo Fnlksand XotcH
I. It. Weal herfoid Is off on a trip to
the Velilu Valley.
T. E. Pollock returiieil Suud.iy from
a liiMncfw trip to Suem to, N. M.
E. II. Heiti mid Misis E. Ileiu of
Memphis, Tcnn., mu visitors here this
Dr. W. II. Friiner and wife of Tuc
miii are eiijnliig the cool breees of
W. S. Villi Hiit'll of Tempp spent
everal ihtH heiu this week and left
O. G. MeDeimolt. supeiinleniluntof
llm White Hill mines", Mohave county,
is iu town on business.
Sheiiff Cameron ami wife returned
f I nils llm ensl esietil.ty. The both
thoroughly enj tU'il the nip.
Hugh E. Campbell leaves lo-da for
Cliieitgo. Iln is mi Alizmia delegiile
lo tin; Demoei atie Natioiisil convention.
Mis S. J. Hamilton of Chicago anil
Mifi. J. M MiClov,i' of Santa Feme
viewing lite allraclloiir; of 1-'.i;iI:iIT
and icinit litis neck.
Lincoln Fowler of Phoenix is in
ton ii. He is desiious of pm chasing a
hand of Coconino sheep if lie can get
I hem at free trade pi ices.
Mrs. 11. II. Knox ami daughter,
Mips dace, of Knox Mills, Wis., aie
stopping at the Bank hotel and may
reni'iin hero dining thu summer
J. M. Braiiucu left for Los Angeles
Saturihiv. He will engage iu buxiucpri
in that cily with his hiother. P. J.
lirauueii. Tim SUN' wishes the Uiauiieu
Urns. Riiccci-8 iu (heir new home.
Phil Biaiiuen at lived from Phoenix
Monday ami will spend a few weeks
here, l'liil holds a lespimsilile pni-
lion wiih Goldhirg liros.. miii of the
largest concerns in the Capital City.
Fred Shauntz, tlm maternal uncle of
Maishal UoelideilTci-, who had been lit
town for ahoiit two iiiiintbs for the
helielil of his health, left for Los
Angeles yesterday. Lack of water
caused him lo leave.
Col. (J. C. Bean, ex-delegate to Cou
giess from Arizona, spent Satuiihu
ami Suuihi) heie. Col. Ueau has ilir.
earded politics for llm mole ptolitahle
business of mining mid hu Is inlet
ested in some valuable Aiizuna mining
Piofessnr J. (2. Wasson re I tuned
from u tiip to the (ir.ind Cannon Tues-
1st v evening. Hu went down. the
H.iiicu anil Cameiou nails, andiglouij
iu his piaises of llm lalter. declaring
lint the scenery is much moie,vatit d,.
giaud and Mihlimc. Like all uho'h'avu
isited l ho newly discovered caves, he;
...... l i I..-: I .'
in nullum litiiiiiiii la in.iiiriii.iiu in,
i.miti.v ulll tllkt llutfi.l'ili! lull f.f III, l, II
Profeiior Was-oti left for his homu in
Kansas enleiday. '
McDAMKLS-Un the Upper Vvide. Juuo 18,
10 tho ullu oi James McU.u.leU, a ton.
WILLAUD-On the Upper Verde'. June IS.
to ilie wlfii ii( R. It. Wlilnrd. 11 diiUKIiter.
A minute-book (in eycry
package of Schillings Bes
tea) tells how to mukc tea
If you ant the book f.nd'"
not the tea, writeto U3. Wc
sendit frt-e. " ,'i
It will make your tea hettcr.
IF YOU fRE
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
Qanned 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 1 88 1 to 1894.
A NEW SYSTEM AND THE BEST.
The' Strongest and Most Progressive of all the Insurance
Companies Extant I
Ritas Hsarly So Par Cut tkupir tin ii thi Old Systsu Coipulu.
E. S5. CL.ARK, A&Girtt.
MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT
To Insure prompt replies to requjsts for goods or samples, stale :?
clearly your requirements. All ordsrs filled the same day as received. V,
m Sole Agents for DR. JAEGER"?
OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA.
merest Paid on Time
and Savings Deposits.
Drafts Sold Upoij
All Foreign GoOntries.
Wo liavo an Extensive Patronage and Cor
respondence throushout Arizona, and Invite
your lUnklni; Business upon Liberal and
. N. FEEEMAN, President,
T. E, POLLOOK, Vioe-President.
W. S, ROBINSON, Oashier.
Opp. Cixv Hall Bs
LOS ANGELES, CAL g
c:'N!TARi WOOL UNDERWEA
Our Prices in
Are always the Lowest.
Goon Goofls and Low Prices
19 OUB MOTTO.
7-P M. J. BAGNALL
Boot and Shoe Co
From the Spring
Lakes at Bellemont.
. is now ready for de
A. T. CORNISH,
imfr jiii mi Mm! .in