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SUNtDEMOCBAT. HOTICK TO THK PUBLIC. All contracts ana bills for advertising pay able monthly. Advertising rates tglTen upon application. Business locals 10 cents per line (or first In sertion, and 6 cents por Una for each subse quent insertion. Thb SON-DziioCRAT Is pleased tocontribute In public matters, but all notices of festivals, lairs, meetings ot societies, suppers, enter tainments ana mention or marriages, births and deaths beyond the .regular announce ment, will be chanted for at regular rates. THURSDAY, JJJLY 1, 1897. LOOAL BREVITIES. The Mozarts toulght."' The ' county jail is without an in mate. To-night at the opera house, the Mozarts. Ksanas City Dressed Beet at Garrett 4 Hennessy's. U. II. Hoxworth is baring his resi dence repainted. The Presbyterian church is receiv ing a new coat of paint. Dr. Roberta of Williams, paid the city a hurried visit yesterday. For Rent Furnished rooms, new and clean. Mrs. Hiller'b. The Board of Supervisors have called a special term for to-day. For first-class watch work go to J. P. Arnolds' at Bagoall's shoe store. For Rbnt A house with three fur nished rooms. Apply at this office. Take your watch and jewelery re pairs to J. A. Maurer at the postofflce. W. H. Carroll will have his new two-story building completed by the 4 th. $5.00 up 8 day striking clocks just received at Postofflce Jewelry tore. 0. M. Funston left yesteiday for points west along the A. & P. railroad line. Fireworks! Fireworks! fur 4th ot July, of all kinds at Coffin's. Call aarly. Tho atmeUofj PrtHjOott worefirs, lighted Iby? electricity on Tuesday night. Attorney T. S. Bunch paid Holbrook and Winslow a professional visit Sat urday, A new lot of jewelry just received at J." A. Maurer's. ' Postofflce jewelry a tore. Joseph Broyles of Williams passed through on No. 2 Tuesday for eastern points. The Board of Equalization is in session to-day, with all the members present. Good cheap shoes at M.'j. Bagn all's. Try the $2.60 and $3.00 shoes. Re pairing. Hood's Pills act easily and promptly n tue liver and bowels. Cure sick headache. Charley Glng wants to sell bis res taurant fixtures. Call for him at Gem restaurant. .For freshest cuts in beaf, mutton, Teal and pork, go to Mohlenpah & Mudersbach. J. Q. Adams, a prominent sheep grower, has been spending a few days 1 in the city. Hugh Campbell and Al Gregg will have a match trotting race on the 6th for 600 a side. Judge W. A. Parr of Winslow passed through on No. 2 yesterday for Los Angeles, Ex-Delegate to Congress N. O. Murphy passed west on No. 2 yester day morning. For a high-class musical and literary treat, see the Mozarts at the opera house to-night. The gun club and baseball team are getting in readiness for the contests at the celebration. Wanted, A first-class dining room girl at Family Restaurant. See W. H. Carroll, proprietor. Cooking Wakted .By first-class ook, in hotel, restaurant or on ranch. Apply at Mrs. Riddle's. . Dr. J. A. Miller, the dentist, re turned from Winslow Tuesday after week's professional visit. Attorney T. 'GrNorris' of the law firm of Herndon & N orris of Presoott, spent Sunday in, the city. , .. , Thomas Dean and, family have moved into the S. 8. Acker residence south of the railroad track. W. G. Nevin, general manager of the Southern California, passed through hore in his special car yesterday. F. L. Dickinson returned from Kansas City Tuesday, where he had been with a train load ef cattle. This is one of the most prosperous yours for the ranchers nnd stock men that Coconino has had for years. Should a railroad ever be built to the Grand Canyon, it will become oi.e of the greatest resorts in America. 'Am'rebulldlng'iny foundry and can do any kind of casting up to fifteen hundred pounds. J. B. Poutiiie. For Rent 100 acres fenced land, good house, near Bellemont. Apply for further particulars to this office. Fob Rent Eight room house four blocks west of postofflce on Railroad avenue, inquire of J. H. RUK9ET. For Sale Three-room house, fur nished. For terms apply to J. H. RUHBIT. Nicely furnished housekeeping rooms for rent; references required. Mrs. A. M. Hicks. For Sale Farm of 160 acres, with improvements, nine miles south of Flagstaff. Inquire of John Sanderson. Coffin Bros, have the most complete' stock of fresh eatables, such as fruits vegetables, produce, etc., to be found. F. W. Phillips, the photographer, will be in Flagstaff after the 10th of July to finish up all bis photograph work. John McCracken of Ash Fork was in the city Tuesday. He h one of the progressive wool growers of that section. Frank Beaslay, who has been at White Hills for some time, came home Tuesday and will remain for a few weeks. A. T. Cole, who has been spending several months in Flagstaff, left yester day for Texas, where he will engage in teaching J F, Hawks' new brick 'building on San Francisco street is nearing com pletion, also the Ramsaur & Aston building. The Flagstaff BeUll Club will be out In their new uniforms next Sunday afternoon for a practice game with a selected nine. " '' - C. H.Edwards, assistant cashier of the Arizona Central Bank, arrived from a two weeks' vacation and visit in Los Angeles Sunday. Coffin Bros, can make some very low prices on fruits in crate, for pre serving, etc. Berries are at the very lowest just now. Mitch Burch returned from Los Angeles Tuesday. He shipped two rarloads of cattle to that point and put tbem on' alfalfa. Jesse Treat of Winslow has been spending several days in the city. He will remain over to enjoy the festivities of the celebration. W. A. Clark, the owner of the Jerome mines, passed through here Monday on bis way 'to Jerome. He lives in Butte, Mont. Subject of morning discourse Sun day at the Methodist church, "Bless ing Day," Union, services at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening; subject of discourse, "Patriotism." These services are free to all. All are invited. O. P. WitsoN, Pastor. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, DR, CREAM BAKING mum MOST PERBECT MADE. A pun Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free' mm Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS. THE STANDARD. pOYAl lCUrVfl &AKlK3 POWDER Absolutely Pure. Celebrated for Its treat leavonlns 8trnrth and htmlthftilness. Assure tlio fool aitalrm alum and all form of adulterHtlon common to the chrap brand. U'WAL UAKI.NO POWDER UU. NEW YOKK. Don't forget that Garrett & Hennessy are running the Flagstaff Meat Market, Hnxwnrlh's old stand, where all will get courteous treatment. Harry Hoxworth and family, who have been spending tho summer in the verde valley, returned to their Flagstaff home Monday. Jerry Woodbridge left here last week with an outfit and supplies for bis Clark's valley sheep camps, to shear four bands of ewes. W. C. Barnes of Holbrook, well known here, is an applicant for the position of Internal Revenue Collector for New Mexico and Ansona. J. X Dougherty, residence north of Presbyterian church, can accommo date a few visitors with furnished rooms during the celebration. Clark W. Hitt of Flagstaff, has been employed to teach the coming public! school at Jeromo Junction in Yavapai county. He is a good instructor. About thirty Mojave Indians passed through on a freight train Tuesday afteruoon. Tbey were going to work at the cinder pits west of Bellemont. William Wagner and family of Winslow are visiting relatives and friends here. Mrs. Wagner and chil dren will spend the remainder of the summer here. Doubtless many of the visitors from abroad to our celebration will visit the CHIT mid C.vvo Dwelling whilt hor. 'Jhey will not miss seeing tiin Urn nil Canyon. Walter Durham of Mormon Lake is in town. Ho ruiwris the people of his immediate vicinity as going to turn out enmass for the Fourth of July celebration here. . Professor, A. E. Douglass of Lowell Observatory left yesterday for Arrow- bead Suriners. Cat., in the hope of getting relief from quite a severe attack of rheumatism. The J. M. Dennis Lumber Company is constructing a telepboue line from their office in Williams to their saw mill plant near Walker. The distance is about eighteen miles. Look for the facts demonstrated by experience. Thousand and thous ands of people suffering from the effects of impure blood have been cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. The town will be full of people during the celebration. All the bus iness men will decorate tbeir places of .business, and Flagstaff will put on regular metropolitan methods. There will be four or five gun clubs in attendance at the celebration, three or four baseball teams, and hundreds of people. Everybody will have two full days of fun and pleasure. Judge It. E. Sloan ot Prescott baa received the appointment as associato Justice of Arizona. The Judge's dis trict will consist of Apache, Navajo, Yavapai, Mohave and Coconino coun ties. Col. Robert S. Goss, Supt, of Goss Military School at Albuquerque, is. with the Mozart Concert and Literary Company. In "Clarence's Dream" .from Richard the III. he is is exception ally fine; at Babbitt's Opera House Julyl. Mr. Owen Bates informs us that if, arrangements can be made that Glar enco O. Owens of Woodruff, John Freemen of Saowflake and John Han- cook of Taylor, Navajo county, Mor mon elders, will hold a series of meetings here some time during, next month, bat the time is not definitely fixed. Flagstaff WILL; OIBN JULY tsT WITH A NEW,.,, COMPLETE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF ': In fact Everything worn by Men and Boys. Also a full line of Staple and Fancy . One price only, and that YOUfc MONEY BACK IF YOU v RAILROAD AVE. At the Catbollo church next Sunday appropriate services will be celebrated. Rev. Father T. M. Connolly will preach at high mass, 10 o'clock a. ra., m "Our Duties as Christians and as Citizens." R. H.. Jones and family will arrive to-morrow from Berryville, Ark., and make this their future borne. He is a brother to J. E Jones, and was for merly associated with bim in the law practice here. Seven prisoners were transferred Saturday from the Prescott jail to the penitentiary In Yuma to serve terms for telooies committed by tbem. Abe Thompson and L. C. Miller were two of the number. ,, This office ha' just. completed a neat ix-p.ge program for the celebration to be held here on the 6th and 6th of July. It has advcrtUeinunU of our business men, and will be read by hundreds of people. Godfrey Van Deren of the Verde valley came up Tuesday and will spend the Fourth here. He is one of the oldest citizens of the valley, and is visiting bis sons, J-ms and O. E. Van Deren of our city. On the night July Sth, the citizens of Flagstaff will give a grand display of fireworks from the peaks of the San Francisco mountains. The dis play as witnessed from Jerome ought to be grand. Arizona Mining News. Cyclists intendiug to enter the bicycle races on the otb and 6th must band tbeir names in to E. A. Sliker by Saturday evening, July 3. If four name is not in by that time you will be barred from entering in those contests. ' Mr. J. E. Palmer, wife and two sons arrived Tuesdayfrom Pittsburg, Peun., and will make Flagstaff their future home. They will occupy the bulldiog near J. F. Daggs residence. Tbeir many friends are glad to welcome tbem again to our city. Would it not prove a paying invest ment to connect the two towns of Williams and Flagstaff by a telephone line? The distance Is not too. great, and the builder of a line between the two points would certainly realize good returns from, the investment. County Eecorder T. E. Pulliam has made up his report for this quar ter, which shows that he has collected on deeds, mortgages, licenses, mining locations and other miscellaneous in struments $295.40. Of' this amount $125.60 was for April, (70.25 for May and $99.55 for June. The photograph gallery located next to the New Bank Hotel is ready to take pictures and will turn out first- class work only. Prices to suit the times. Will remain in Flagstaff for two weeks. Call and examine sam ples and prices. j. rassTTTCH, iraotograpuer. Cash Store ijrJfcwB GENTS FURNISHINGS' CLOTHING BOOTS AND SHOES HATS ANB CAP V 'h X3ROGERIES the lowest and remember,1 DON'T LIKE IT. OPP. DEPOT' PURE DRUGS W. R. EDWARDS PHARMACY EtstSlii Sn Frtieltei JL, FLMXL'FF BICYCLES OnlySiOOWnoel inTerritory for $60 AB80LTJTEIY DOST PROOF. "ADJUST-, ABLE HANDLE-BARS. WITH PEOMA SINGLE-TUBE TIKES., i. I. RAUBEIAU8H, A6ENT, FLASSTAFF, J. G. MlbblGfN Contractor AND Builder! Manufacturer of Brick and Lime. 'JUSTICE OF TNE PEAK. 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