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ft . ,V & ?, LOOAL BBEVITIES. Mrs. Samuel Hill and her slater Uiss Dwycn,of Prescott, who hove lieeu visiting Mrs. Joseph Dent, returned to their lioroo this inorawg. Cdffia Bros, are aelHng California new spuds at $1 . 10 per (Hind red pound; ArbuckVs coffee, 15o ftv package, and other gaods in proportion. The Hist rain, to amount to any thing, of the season fell yesterday and was followed by a steady downpour the greater part of to-day. R. fi. Kowe and wife of Chicago arrived Sunday. Mr. ftiwe will su perintend the buihKug of .the tie- pickling pfatut at BrlleaawuU Mi's. J. C. Adams and littlo dangli- ter and aiaW of Phoenla are spending ' a few wet-la in the Skjhgtit City, ami have rooMH at the Now itauk. Everything that is woru by man from 3 j-ear old up ran be found at the dull Store in nt-weal st) lea, great- ett vaiietii-s nd lowest prices. Robert Finney one of the staunch ranchers of Beaver Creek, camo in yes terday with a load of fine fruit which he gathered from his orchards. Anion Goldberg and family arrived from Phoenix Sunday to spend a cou ple of weeks in rlagstatr. I her are stopping at the New Bank Hotel. Davul Russell of Belleniotit, who was held to await tho action of the grand juiy lust week on the charge of killing a Mexican, gave bond Mouday. C. E. Bo)ce, one of the leading merchants of the live town of Wil liams, was transacting business with the Board of Supervisors here Monday. William Clitt. a constant reader of the Sun Democrat, is up from his Bea ver Creek ranch with a wagou load of fine peaches and plums for tblsmaiket. Mrs. B. C. Oluey, the Misses Hoi tanbeck, Rv. H. P. Corser am.' F. C. Held, and J. W. Walker of Phoenix, attended the snake dance of the Moqui Indlaus. J. E. Baxter, traveling auditor of the Santa Fe Pacific, was in town Monday aud .Tuesday on bis round of checking up the books of the local station agents. . Tlie week's arrivals at the, Carroll ton Hotel: Charles Canall, Frogtauks; T. Moran, San Franclsr-o; E. T. Elk ins, Phiieiilx; P. A. Paltee, Santa Fe; Hiram Baldwin, La Junta, Gil.; B. M. HigguiK, Deliver; Mrs. E. Porter, Kaunas Unx; Mrs. I,. Phelffer, San Diego; Mrs. H. (J. Eldredge, Phoenix. The Cathollo Ladies1 Benevolent As sociation is completing arrangtnienta for tho Fair to bo given on September 7. 8 aud 9. at Babbitt's Opera House. This is the til st event of the kind given beic in three 3 ears and I ho ladles of the Catholic Church are going to TOake - this fair a niaguitieeiit success. The admission will be free and everyone. Catholic and non-Catholics, are in vited to attend. Tow ii Marshal Hochderffar has been exercising the city prisoners this week by having them to grade the grounds adjacent to the rily hall and jail The town authorities manifest a great deal of s.wiipathv for llm holm element f lute mid when they learn the hobos are promenading in the suburbs of the city in seal vh of woik. (or properly peak! ig in seareh of gi ub), they are promptly corralled in the city jail. Flagstaff is fast losing its reputation as the hobo's paradise. A Present! correspondent to the Phoenix Gazelle estimates the number of Phoenix people who have visited Flagstaff this summer at three hun dred. This estimate Is ton low, but it Is a good advertisement for the Sky light City to draw so many vMfora from one city wilb others to hear from. Next summer, we expect twice the number of tisllors from Phoenix and other southern towns than we had Ibis, and we will divide with them the best cllma'e iinditr the sun. An importaat discovery to astrono mers lis been made by Dr. T. J. J. .See, who U in charge of Lowell OI rratorv here. For centuries the -auxtiof the twinkling of the start has, been sought for, but none of the theo ries advanced have stood the test of thorough Investigation. Dr. See has found the cause lobe the presence in the atmosphere of innumerable little air currents or wares, solid no larger "tuaua man's band, which dart through the air and cause a break In the light thrown off by the star, so that to a be holder on the earth it bus the familiar appearance of twlukliug. These little air currents aud "chop" waves can be seen through the 24-inch telescope kety plainly on some nights when this twinkling Is observed most, by re moving the eye-pieoa of the instru ment. The discovery has been brought to the attention of tho Royal Astronomical Society of Loudon. The roads leading out'from Flagstaff are being kepi In excellent condition. Road overseer Anderson has just com pleted the work of clearing out the maiapai that studded a long stroteh of thu toad to the .Grand Canyon, and that thoroughfare is now as smooth hs a boulevard. I'l'he roads to the CI I ft" Dwellings, the Caves and other points east of town am being gone over and the result Is the lineal roadbeds to lo fouud anywhere. Overseer Klnse has made the Verde road a veritable cycle path for smoothness. The Coconino Players produced "In Old Virginia" ut the Williams Opeia House last night and were eutbuslas. lleally received. The peiformauee was under the direction of Fred IS Mussey, a professional of fine laleuls Tonight the Plaers will repeat "Toiy IIih Convict," in which they made decided hit a few weeks ago. A dance will follow the play and several Flag staff people are expected to attend. The pi Ices of admission, including tho dauee, are 76 cents and 60 'cents. Scenic Stark writes that the Coconino Players will visit Flagstaff if a suffi cient guarantee is offered to insure good walking on tho return trip. An aged Indian celebrated snake dance week in a very unusual manner Saturday. When about one mile east of the sandstone quarries, his iony took (right at a passing freight train and dashed into a barb-wire fence on the north hide of the track The pony was terribly cut up, but no worse than the Iudian, who suffered some fright ful wounds and was thrown from the animal by the concussion. He was picked up by a passing team and brought to town for medical attention, Dr. Robinson performing the functions of a nudiclnn man. The pony has not been found since, and the Indian is recoreting at the county hospital. Miss Edith Brooks of Pline ilx, who is spending the summer here, stopping at ine residence ot v. a. rower, ac complished a feat last week never be fore attempted by a woman a bicycle ride to the Grand Canyon f the Colo rado. She accompanied Mr. aud Mrs. W. H. Power, Miss Addine Bury, Miss Ida Warren. Dr. E. S. Mlllerand J. W. Power on their trip, they being equipped with a double-seated covered eprlng-wagou and saddle ponies. Tl party occupied two days in 'going and in coming. Miss Brooks made tli sevent -two-mile trip with compare tire ease and was frequently compelled to slow up in her speed to 'allow the wagon to catch up. She says that the trip can be easily accomplished In a day and believes she can do it in that time. Miss Brooks is an enthusiast on cycling aud in Phoenix is a familiar figure at Ibe cycle runs. The ride to the Grand Cunon is In reality a Hip tli at taxes IIih endurance oi our o mile hicielists on account of tliHgrai encountered. The road, however, is excellent. The following members of the Boaid of Trade met Tuesday aud waited on Ahlace F. Walker to sea what could be done toward having the tie-piekllug plaut located at Flagstaff: Dr. D. J. Branuen, F. W. Slsson, A. T. Cornish. J. A. Vail, J. R. Kilpatrlek, D. Bab bitt, C. M. Funston and J. M. Simp son. Mr. Walker assured them that while the Santa Fe Pacific had already decided on Bellemnnt.'be would bring the matter to the attention of the ofil cials in Los Angeles and seo if the lo cation could not be changed to Flag staff. He further stated that the water pumped In here from the rail road pump house was heavily I nipt eg nated with time, tht presence of which neutralized the chemicals used iu the creosote process and rendered the pickling defective. If the Water from Jack Smith's spring, the source ot the waterworks supply, is free from lime, and the construction of the water works completed in time for their mm, the plant would undoubtedly be located hare, he said. The Board of Trade yesterday procured a sample of the water and have sent It to Chicago to be analyzed. Cut rates for a few days. Having on hand large supply of plates and cards, owing to the high freight tariff, before, removing have decided to work up the stock and give the people of .Flagstaff the hntielir. Cabinet photos, now. $2 per dozen; cards, $1.60 per dozen; Paiia panels, $4 'per dozen; group, and reiileiiees (taken exterior o" Interior), 0'i P.irii panel. $) Mr diizi i; on 10x12, $5 per dozen. 'The aliot e, pi Iro are tr gla8 IliiMi; dull Mulsh, (1 extra. J. Paskvitcr, near New Bank H del. A Mexican circ'iiV" arrived in town Sunday, and after plaing u two nights' engagement to nearly empti benches, had the misfortune to lone 9160 at the bauds of a thief. The proprietor of the show ami the princi pal actor" weie Mopping at the List Chance" tliark couth of the lailioad 1 1 inks. Willi I ho out lit. was it tll-chHigxI Mexican hostler, who had been following tliein ever eiiiee they li-ft Ah Folk. Monday night, as I he hIio-v was in piogiecS, the cxdiollcr went to the xliack and asked the If- jear-old d iiyhter of Ibe proprieto', who w.ii left in clung" of their be longing", lor a trunk thai ,is in the room, elaim'ng ih.it It was anted at ill tent. TiihIiI gave it tip without suspici'tiiing the Intentions of the hoiiler. who iitoiniitly made away wiili ii. Complaint was made to the officers Tuesday. The thief was found aud hi rested and the trunk leiuveied, but noiiitceof the nioiiei dicocred. At his hearing before Justice Milligan Tui'-day he wai bound oier to He grand jnr.i. THE-M-CANYON -HflTFr OSCAR LEBARRON, MANAGER ,' W ( ' -A I ' Recently remodeled, redecorated and refurnished through out. Modern improvements throughout. Its specia. features are the excellence of its .table, perfection d its service, the elegance of its appointments. Elec trically lighted tl r ughout. i THE MOST LIBERALLY MANAGED HOTEI.N'.THE SOUTHWEST. RECOGNIZED HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL TOURISTS. MOHLENPAH & MODERSBACH PROPRIETORS OF Santa Fe Pacific R, R. COMPANY. (,'ondmel Time Table No. 45. cEffectlT April 3. 1807.1 WBST. KAhT. fc KTATIONB. tXo.l. v ,JJt Wo. 8. ID Mp 23&p StOp Sittu 10 4ID :ip 1 ISa OM.t S lUa 10 CO a IS Up 1 10 p I 4&p 3 Wp 43p S4Sp II 4-1 p iMp 3 4Tp 7 0ftp 8 10 p 10 00p 13 40 a I 230a 3 H 8 30a 1 Up 8 15ii .Lv. Uiluuico. Ar ....KnnsijOiiy ... . Ilenror La Junta ... Albuquerque Ar Win irate. Lv ..Gallup ..... 1 1 ol brook Wlnslow KlatKlutr -Williams .Ar..Aih Kork..Lv tl ..Ash Fork.. Ar . . Ar Juromo Jc.t.r .Ar.. i'rescott Lt... Ar.ConxrosHJc.Lr .... .Ar...l'lioenlx..Lv... , Lv..Ah Fork , . Ar. . . . ... I'eacb Hprlngi .Lr.. Kingman. .Lr ....The Needles . ....--.Make..... .. Ittsdad.. llaKtelt lAr.t.Rantow.t. .:....... Kramer....,.,.. ;. .. Mojare ....., .ArlxwAnieleatiT , Ar. flan Dleiro..Lv ArPan KranVo I.v. .... 32p "05a A (Up HMu lUXAp tup 6Mp ltup I2 30p 10 16 a 860a 7 4,1 a 96oa tai 335a map T6Up 715 a 464 a 215 a llUOp DSOp 735p Slip .-4Hp I240p 1050a S45a 7 1(1 a 5 OOp Through I'uliman t'aiace ana -iiinrtot BleepInK earn dally bctweuu California and Chicago. Tlmonlv llneraachlns the Orand Oanvon ot the Colorado. Limited trains No. 3 westbound and No. 4 eattuound run semi-weekly. no. a leaves uiiicagos p. m. weonesaays and Miturtluys; passcH Albuquorquo 12.05 p. in. Fridays ana Mondays; bunttow 1J55 p; m. Tuesdays and tfaiui-days, arrlrlni; at Los Anuolosap. m. TueMlayand Saturdays. lUH.seii2eFM fnr nnrili of Moluvu noldlnir tickets readliif via Motavo chanao at liar. stow to No. 6. No. 4 leaviH Tm Anirelei at8a.rn.Tuea t days and Fridays, pacing llarstow 1.55 p. m. mill Necdlos7'i)n. m. suinu davsi Albuouer. quo 3.55 p. m. Wednesdays and Haturdays, arrl vlng Chicago s.43 a. m. Fridays and Mon days. I'm asengers from north of Mojavo nay take the Llmlied either at Harslow or tbe Needles. Only flrst-clnss tickets sold at full rate am hoiioi ed on tho LlnilUd trains. I'uliman t'aiace Sleeping Cars dally through between Chicago and Han Frau cliuo and UMirtMtM nnd lut Anrelos. l'ullinan TnnrUt SleAnlnir Cars datl through between Chicago and 3an Francisco ana unicago ana Los Angoies. The Orand Canyon ut the Colorado can be reached only via this line. Ask for a beautifully Illustrated ook which will be mailed free. J NO. J. BYRNE, General Passenger Agent. Los Angelos. Cal. JStft r JHtJ 1Jf XfrV (? ' -f "W& gSETi nwpmiyafo.. h4 TGITY MRRKBT For Fresh, Juicy Steaks, Pork, Veal, Mutton and Lamb Chops, and Everything in the line of FrES-H AND SflLT M-EfVTS GO TO THE NEW MEAT MARKET. FISH AND GAME TEL.EPf-.ONE IN1 3EA90N ! NO. IS. NEWS DEPOT. FANCY 6R0CERIES, FRESH FRUITS, .CHA8. A. KBLLKR, PnofiraiTOR. CANDIES, NOTIONS, TOBACCO,, STATIONERY, CIGARS. Ail the Delioaoies of the Season Fresh from the Market, You are invited to call and inspeot my Stock) riAGSTJFF. ARJ7.0KA FOONDRY IFd BLAfKSMITHING All Kinds of Repairing and Rebuilding Promptly Attended to. Don't Totaoco "Bp It aid Smoke Tow Lira Away, ulmi the Wonder-worker, tiiat nakca weak men i rung. Man? train impounds in tendovs. Over 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bau of your drunrtst. under cmarinieo to cure, 60 J or et .(. Booklet and aamplo mailed free. Ad. 'tr'ln.r Mn.iri' W.i-atra nr N1"- YorK P O A Q14 S2 MO PRZEPFFER r O Ii .TJ'lMWEIITOR'S ASSISTAMT rare nnti inM riojNt te.woMa,tori.jguiii lUniMtttMUMi.ViiUi air bran. WUlm tUniOMfttMura. -h ui(lissifJa tA iMM nmixm tvtuv. wtoktutM o o AU dnwtata gitarantMjPr. Miles' Pan; Pills to stoo Headache. "Onecentadoaa." 15 DOLLARS and more tor ood hustlers sel line the N fc..LY day DUPLEX BEER PlPKULEANEK. Greatest All Kinds ol Cast Iron Work Bone. General BlackMuithlug and Macliiun Woik. Horseshoeing m Specialty Prompt Attention Givm to All Work. ' ' J.B.POUTHJE, Proprietor. . SHOP, - SOUTH - SIDE - OB' - RAILROAD. J. P. ARNOLDS... . Practical at)d Gperierjeecj WfTCMfKER HAS LOCATED HERE PERMANENTLY AND MAKES A 8PKOIALTY OP REPAIRING FINE AND COMPLICATED TIMEPIECES. Mller out. All saloons want It. Eiclualye territory. Write 90 W. Canal bt..;nicaito, in, Fine Jewelry, Watches, Optical Goods, AT EASTERN PRICES Puoicor BramM AT BAONALL'8 SHOE STORE rL.AaTAPf . ARIZ. fifcaaaaaaaJtTilPWB&BaaalBaCVC- V A () h .) $$ ;- 4,' f T - IW Tffllr?fopffflMrfrJWfrWWJttWU i iHBM gwpyifi'i" &, ?r "t&WL,- w?