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THURSDAY, JULY 29. 1897.
' J J. M. Dennis was in the city Fri-
Kansas City Dressed Beet nt Garrett
Dislilct Attorney E. S. Claik visited
James R. Willaid, the Verde ranch
er, whs here Monday.
The puhlio school will open the first
Monday in September.
Dr. Perrln and daughterof Williams
Wtie in the city wsierday.
Coffin 13ms, received a carload of
Oregon potatoes Satin day.
F. J. lluchiletiTer anil family moved
"out to their lanch yesterday.
J. J. Dniialitio returned from au
outing at Williams Tuesday.
DiopI Drop! Dropped I 10c per lb
Oi Arbuckles coffee at Coffin'.
The Hiiuual Moqui snake dance will
begin this year about August 18.
Attorney T. S. Hunch visited Wil
liams yesterday ou legal busiuers.
J. A. Lamport and family leiuhied
from Seligiuau ui No. 2 Tuesday.
. A. Sllker is Just recovering from
ft Very severe attack of a g'ippe.
HoUNTo the wife of M. J. Keunedy
Friday uioruing, a leu pouud girl.
For lii Bt-uiass watch work go to J.
T. Arnolds' nt Hainan's fhoe store.
Ailoruey K. M. S.tuford of Prescott
passed through on Np. 2 Tuesday fur
Jmiiics May, the u ell luovwi sheep
grower, was UalUHnllug butluess hera
For liesliesl cuts iu ban!, mutton,
vea ami pork, go to Moliluupali &
i-Kveiy' visitor to ouf-iuouiitalnxity
, summer climate
' ''Of'llild SeCliou.
' "" Dou't'buy a greeu potato when 'you
emu gel a good ripe oue for the same
aouey at CotH.i's.
There 'was quite a ruu on" the local
"banks'' Sunday uight aud two closed
up ut au eai ly liour.
.. ,W. Mooie Claytou. superintendent
"ef Bradstreei at Albuquerque, was lu
the city fast Thursday.
The wholesale aud retail liquor store
of J. J, Doualnie's ou Fuoeuix aveuue
ia opeu for business auu.
Aui lebuililiug my foundry aud can
in ..'v kl"d "' t'astiug up to tlfieeu
Aiisttln Mi-sjii't. '
J. li. Foutjhk.
Williams wan here
Tuesday looking a-flur a,"al0 ,uiuIutf
interest hu lias uear the "d Cauyuu.
Mrs. J. W. Wagner aud the baby
relumed to Wluslow Tuesday, after a
few weeks visit with her paroilU here.
Fob Sale Farm of 160 acres, will) t
iHipioVetiientH, ulue miles UVa of
f jsgstall. Inquire of John 61ndekson.
Thus. Keough of the Buckman Com
dy Company which exhibited iu our
city a few weeks since, passed through
on his wuy east Saturday.
Don't forget that Garrett & Hennessy
are running the Flagstaff Meat Market,
Hoxworth's old . stand, where all will
get courteous treatment.
Attorney E. E. Elllawood Is fitting
p a suit cf office rooms In the Babbitt
Mock aud when completed will be the
kftBdsoniesf' iu Northern Arizona.
The calendar for the coming District
eoHil shows sixteen civil oases. There
are twelve prisoners in the .county
jail awaltlug the action of the grand
Flagstaff baa a finer system of
-streets aud sidewalks than any other
town of its site iu the Southwest, and'
lit well-kept highways would pat to
akane nauy an Eastern town.
The old Atlantic A Pacific eogiue
re receiving the attention of the
paWer iboId'Trilllali, A'."Pr,".
being erased and "8. F. P." put in Hi
C. O. Andersou, editor and propri
etor of the Holbrook Argus, came in
Sdnday on business, returning Mon
day. Mr. Auderson paid us a fralei
The female singers and musicians at
the Semite saloon left Sunday for
Williams as a result of the 600
monthly 'license imposed by the City
W. P. Sissnn and wife, father and
mother of F. W. Sisson, after a month'
visit with their son and his family,
left this morning for their homo in
J. U Dunbar, editor of the Plioeulx
Gazette, Hi'tived Sunday and spent sev
eral days testing here and teutiperatiug.
He i etui tied to Phoeulx yesterday and
will biing his family here for a mouth
Mr. Robert Murry and Miss Maggie
Murry, mother and sister of Mis. J.
H. Lluil, at rived from Ontario, Canada,
Saturday, aud will spend some weeks
vUiting with Mr. aud Mrs. J. ii. Liud
of our city.
The executive committee of the New
Mexico fair will soon issue ii program
of bicycle races, nod some of our local
cyclists will no doubt compete for
some of the prizes at the coining fair
The Misses Uollenbcck who
have been stop1 lug at the New Bank
Hotel, left yesterday for a bi lef visit to
the Laguna villages in New Mexico.
After 'heir return here they wilt visit
the Moqui snake dance.
Dikd Tuesday morning, July 27,
1897, the twin baby of Mr. and Mi.
W. A. Ma) flower, aged about one
month. The funeral of the little one
occurred yesterday, file SUN-DEMO
CRAT extends Its sympathy,
C. S. Denloii. who has been
hern for some, time, was joined yester
day by his wife and children, who
artived on passenger train No. 1 from
Berryville. Ark. They will go to
housekeeping in a few days.
C. A. IJush returned Tuesday from
tlie Giaud Canyon copper dhltict,
wliete bo has been the palwrek nego
tiating for the nale of soma claims near
tlit) tint of the Can von to Urn Lombard-
Goode jluvestnieut Company off Chi
cago. ' ' '
The United Verde Copper Company
at Jerome are advertising for bids for
10,000 to 16,000 peeled stulls. Bids
will close on August 17. Stulls to be
delivered at Jerome Junction or at
Davis Station ou line of U. V. & P.
Wn have received a catalogue of the
University of Arizona Jor '97-'98.
There are enrolled a total of 151
students 3 seniors, 4 juniors. 3 sopho
mores aud 12 freshmen, aud 95 in the
preparatory uud 84 in the special
'The Sabbath Was made for Man,"
will be the. text next Sunday morning
at the Presbyterian church. The even
ing dtscotiise will have for its' theme
'What Meu think they hHTa nd ,NVa
not." Strangers cnW,y WBcomed.
H. P. Corser, Pastor.
H. H., Van 8lyck and family passed
'hl'iiiiiik liHI'H Tliesdnv nn lliutr iv to
Los Angeles, where they will reside in
the future. Mr. Van Slyck will here
after have his headquarters in Los
Angeles', and will be the traveling
freight and patsenger agent of the
Santa Fe Pnclfio.
Highest Honors-World'- Pair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Pair.
A rare mw Ctmh ! Tartar PewK.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Talk of the proposed rail teal from
Flagstaff to the Grand Canyon is be
Injr revived.- The building of the road
will depend altogether on how the coA
per.olrtlras now being .developed there
show up after a thorough opening up.
Tuns far the Indications are very favor
able. No better invextmnnt can be made
than to erect a number of cottage
for the' occupancy of vixitors here
luring the summer months If suita
ble aceonimodalloiH uern provided
greater nuinlieis of people fnim Piioe.
nix and other point would summer
At llin baso of OhserviitoryJHIII ar,
camped quite a eolou of piliilmi from
the heat-afflicted pun inns of Ailzona.
Camp life is IkiMi healtliful and de
lightful and Flagstntr of nil other
places In the world posseases a climate
that makes it a puadUe iu summer
Tlie promoters .f the Teiiitoiial
Fair nt Albuqiiei quo him prepariui; ii
splendid piogtA f spoils. There
will be eighteen lmxntant bicycle
races, a bicycle tourn.tiueiit and every
other athleiiu sport imaginable. 'I'll-pui-ses
in iIiosh event already aggre
gate something like $5000.
The Son-Democrat has always ad
vaucetl every move which savored, of
the city ' wlfiiv. and will cintiuif to
do its share of the wot k. Now that
We are about to fet the wntei work
system, let nil pull together, ami other
improvements will soon follow. Unity
of action will accomplish great won
ders. District Attorney E. S. Clark .re
ceived a letter from Judge Sloan
staling that he will arrive hern on
Monday morula;;' train to hold court
He advised the Dlnlrict Attorney to
havo all criminal mutters in readiness,
and it Is very probable ho will lsne a
special veuliB for a graud aud trial
A new 7-foot sidewalk will soon
replace the walk on the north side of
Aspen avenue from Sin Francisco
stieet to J. W. Ttiurlmr's livery stable.
The sidewalk is completed on the e-ut
side of Sin FruticUoo strent tiottb
from Aspen avenue to the mma, also
the one north from the Presbyterian
Ed Whipple has received n letter
from his f i lend J. L Lilly, mi attorjier
of Seattle, Wash., urging him to come
up there and join him in a trip to
Ktondyke. Mr. Lilly gives a glowing
account of the prospects. Ed" has
decided to go, but will wait until
Spring on account of the lateness of
The new town jail was initiated into
the ways of city life this morning.
Acting City Marshal Frank Hochder
ffer unlocked one of the cells and
placed theteio one Jolm Grady, who
as the Uist occupant of the jail will
hereafter not want for fame. Mr.
Grady will undoubtedly remain several
days as he was Very drunk.
We are informed by a mining man
just reiurned from the vllpr illaiilct
north of Flagstaff Vhat lying within
flirty UllieS oftlie city are some of the
richest temper ptoaperts in the Grand
Canybtt dUttict. A visit will be made
to these claims soon by a representa
tive, of this paper and detailed infor
mation will be furnished our readers.
John L. V, Thomas has received
assuiance from the United Slates tlsli
commlssiou that theie will shortly be
shipped to him a consignment of the
incomparable rainbow trout to be
placed in Oak Creek and to succeed
the mountain trout, now nearly ex
terminated by anglers. Hon. N. O.
Murphy of Prescott interested himself
iu this matter.
General Manager W. G. Uevln, Su
periuteudeut A. G. Wells, Edward
Chambers, general freight agent; John
J. By rue, general passenger ageut; B.
B. Hums, chief engineer; C. B. Perry,
superintendent of divlslou; Jobu Play
er, superintendent of machinery on
the Atchison aud C. M. Hlggins,- as
sistant to the president, arrived Tues
day evening In a special train consist
ing of private cars Atlantic dc Pad Ho
100, Southern California 98, aud Atch
ison, Topeka ft SautaFe 216. They are
making a tour of inspection of the road
aud familiarizing themselves with the
towns along the Santa Fe Pacific. The
parly tontinaei on west yesterday.
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YOUR MONEY, BACK IP
'Said P.isha." I ho lieauliful coupe I
opera with the Oriental trimmings, byl
the Columbia Comic Opera Company, i
it Babbitt's Opera House last Thurs
day evening proved to be one of the
finest productions ever witnessed in
Klagstaff. The company was greeted
with a good home aud everyone In the
audience was more than pleased with
The following a'e the arrivals at
the Otrrollton Hotel: 0. 8. D-uiton
and farm y, Berryville, Ark; W. W.
Uoetz. John MuOjlliuh, H. D. Bro-di-,
Oceanside, OhI; E R. Emerson
and wife, New York; J F, Fletcher,
Alleghany. P.v,; J. L. Schultz uud
mn, New York; S. L. Peter-, Cliicno;
E'ivarrl Smith, Williams; P. 0. Up
ton, Prescott; J. 11. Rogers Albuque'
qut). The Santa Fe Paclflo, railroad is ninv
i ig train after train loaded with cin
ders, and are ballastlug their roadbed
wiih it. They intend ballasting from
the Continental divide about two hun
dred miles west. They obtain the
cinders at their pit just wist of Belle
niouL The new company have ex
pended several thoiMaml dollars in im
provements since they assumed control
of this line.
The new waterworks system which
i now on the very eve of beginning,
will when completed mark au era in
the future destiny of Flagstaff. It
will bring new capital, make room tr
new investments, and stamp on our
moUhlald elty ft hew beginning.
Different kind of machinery will be
put in operation, more men will be
e nplojcd aud the town will nuunie an
appearance of progressiveness aud
At last Flagstaff is to have what she
has longed for and sadly needed. A
p'entlful supply of pure mountain
wiler is to be piped down from away
no San Francisco's sides, seventeen
miles. Flagstaffiau8 are wildly Jub
ilant, and they have good reason to'
b. Knowing their condition in the
put we rejoice with them. Thodls
t ibuiing reservoir is to have a capac
ity of 1,232.270 gallons. This will
afford ample fire protection. Red
lauds (Cal.) Citrograph.
James Stevens, the hero of the
Mammoth mine cave-in atQoldfield,
passed through here Tuesday on his
way to his borne in Colorado. He
was recognised at the depot by several
miner friends, who showed their pleas
ure at seeing him safe and sound
above ground again. He is a medium
Ized, datk-cumplexioned man of
middle age and only slightly shows the
effects of uis tuirteen aays' entorao
ment. He say be will sot return to
Arizona. Tbe'nine rs aud reddest of
GoldSeld nnule ap a purse of $400 and
presented it to Mr. Stevens just before
his departure, as a tokea ef their
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