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STOVES, DOORS, SASH, REDWOOD SHINGLES, PAINTS
BABBITT BROS., FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN-
PROVISIONS BOOTS SHOES
GLASS, HAIR, CEMENT AND
HATS DRY GOODS NOTIONS
ffiolfine Wasfoms audi Mew Home Sewing1 Machines.
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The Coconiho Sun.
SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1891.
llow is tliis for summer climate.
John Hicks left on Wedaeiduy for
Parasols and sun umbrellas. New
gords ai Brannen's.
J. Ifi.K-iteli left Monday for his
rsuch, vheio Le will spend several
G. Morris left Wednodiy for
Prescott to attend the session of tho
T. J. Coaltor spent Mitral dnys
this week at Oik Creek fibbing and
Al Dovjo nd family have moved to
their ranch in Chrk'i valley and will
spend tho summer there..
J. H. Philips loft Monday for Pros
rott to accept a portion in the stouo
jof tho Commercial Mining Co.
Life Insurance written in tho ton
tine, cndovsifint ten year djt:ibution
plan U. A. Woods, Ajjent.
A. D.igim came up frow tto Capital
city this week, and v;'J n-mtin long
ciiojJi to cool o3'.
T. A. Riordan, of tho Arizona
Lumber and Timbor Com piny, niado
A trip to Prescott this week,
Tim Phoenix Bopiibliciiu .iys tint
Ham Liijht will sjnd ton men to tho
(Jran.l Cinyou to lo!c up some iviuw.
V. A. Switzsr and son, William,
uo purclnsed tho rwtmrant and
store formerly ovne I by Pitt it Gr.iy
The ejitorpi isijii; carpenter and con
tractor, Ed Whipple, is Uiilihn a
1 iru shop on the Pray cowjer opposite
B.bbitt linn, siorr,
Mr. A. Miller, chief train !ii..ficlier
n Vm!ov, Jl'ill lenu fur Kiuupni,
HI , IiU oljl hoojo, in a fuv days,
on a visit to fiJAuds.
Fresh ''Uiliforuii fruits, aindio;,
cig-ira, tohtojoi, stitiouery and the
liteis iiuvi)tfr al was flu huid at
Abeel's uvs depot.
T. J. ljiruin, shipped Wednosday
from the stock yards at this pi ice, ICO
head of steers, to Empoiii. Kausis
where lis ha tino funding Rrnuiidi,
'J lie Vtuslow Dramatio Oowpany
desire to ghe an cuteitttinment in
this i 1 itu at an o irly t.t-o. Anytime
after the Fo.irth will suit our citizen.
Hbert Ferguson, Ed. Galo and V,
(j. StewaiJ, left Thursday on n proe
pectiii'' tour. They expect to find
whit 'will develop into the
mine in America.
Joho Aboel Jias ordered a fine assort
ment jof fireworks for the Fourth, fire
crackers, Roman caudle3, sky rogkets,
bomb etc. Remember to go to
AbeU for firo works.
Geo. L. Stjpleton, of Phoenix, gen
eral aent for (ho Missachusetts Mut
ual Benefit association of Poston, was
i Flags tall this week in tho interests
of that iusurauce company.
W, W. Bass, of tho Grand Canyon
National Park, was in town Monday.
Mr. Pass is now building a raid from
Williams to tho Grand Canyon, where
by the trip to (1)9 canyon can bo uiado
iu one day.
T. A. Riordan, of FlgstfT, was at
Jlotel Burke, Monday night last. Ho
recently returned from tho South, vis.
jted New Orleans, likod it, and says
the great section of which it is the
chief city has "got a groat roovo on
it." Prescott Qourier.
To close out tno present stock of
Singer Sowing inachinos I will tuako
special low prices to cast) customers or
liberal' tern;3 to tiuio purchasers. G.
A. Woods, General Agent, Northern
Arizona, G. A- Bray, local agont,
Sunday last was Children's Day,
and it was appropriately observed by
tho M. 15. church here. Rev. Norton
preached a sermon to tho children and
young peoplo in the morning, and in
tho evening the Sunday school children
gave oxercises, yhjch were largely at
tended. A literary and musical treat will be
given our citizens on Monday even
ing, June 29th, at Powell's hall.
Mis; Addis L. Murphy, teacher of elo
cution at the the Women's College,
III., will give one of her characteric
entertainments, and will be assisted
by Mrs. H. I). Ross and Prof. Ludwig
Thomas of Prescott.
P. J. Brannen is agent for the cele
brated "Foster" kid gloves. Those
gloyts are made by Foster, Paul &
Co., Paris, and every pair is war
ranted. Have also received a line of
C. P. corsets. This brand is well
known by the ladies al) over the
country. Thoy arc exra longi and
ll. D. lioss is in Prescott attend
ing court his week.
N. G. Layton, Justice of tho Peaco.
has moved his oflic to the Robert
Bell building on LerouK Avenue.
John Aboel is getting roady for the
Fourth of July. Ho has a fine J&ag
pole raised in front of his store.
Rev. Father Dolje, went to ICinslow
c.tt Friday. Tho foundation of the
new Catholic church at thoplacc has
Af'er, all the hest vr&y to Univv the rex!
went of llooit's Mnipuill 1. ii to tiy it
yourself He sure to g:t lIol's.
There uijl bo Presbyterian smjccj
held at Masonic Hall ou $uij(hy at
1 a. t;j. aud 7;15 p. iu., Dr. Coltujau.
of Albuquui'iiue otlkiating. All are
Tho A. it P railroad need alut
double the number of side tracks it has
at present iu this pl.ue,
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tho sulo tracks are now occupied in
leading an uiiloadmg cars.
In Justice Liy ton's Ciurt ou Mon
day, two men were treated to the nec
esnry pen Jty for scrapping. Friday,
two mote for drunk and disorderly con
duct on die street, replenished the
county treasury iu a libaral miuuer.
Bi;hc ISourir.iKM, of Tuosou. will be
here srvaietiiuo during next wtek, and
remain 11 few d iy. During his stiy
he ii!l prefoiin the risjhts of confirm i
tiou mid such other funutious as tho
The advcrtismtnt of Urbinri (Jar
cu appears in this ivui Mr. Uar
en i-. an excellent workman, and nil
work done by htm can be relied upon
Thoie of ftir readers who dssire work
in his li.'u; should give In in a call.
"My father, a j'kiui the x i.f fifty, lost
all t'ie li.iir from the totj of hw head. After
one month' trill ofAyeV lliii Vtor, lie
luir begjn cmii.i,'. ainl 01 I tree ni mlln, lie
Lid a fine rom'i of line efts-- muni
jolor."- l. J. Cu'Jca, ssralj'i Sin
Mr. Jules lijiinunn, the well
kuonn arlM of I'rcicii'.i, Arizona,
has just returned from the Grand
(". mion, and he his taken n general '
lew to W. ;een Iron John fiance's I
anch Thce views will be i
ranch ne view n Hi utrujip; him Do ia Sm rru.cun; v '
litliographid and can be had at very
reasonable ptiixs when completed,
G. A. Wools -i bfuin appointed
Manager mid General agent for Ari.
zoo i by the Mutual Fund Lift Axu
ciation, of New York. Their revd
of business to fat this year ex wed
S5,000,00J. They leul ul premium
old lino eompauius. giving insurance ut
less than half the cost.
F. B. -Jacobs, deputy U. S. Land
and Mineral surveyor, his been awar
ded a contract for thouiey d fjvo
townships of land from, Surveyor Gen
eral Johnson. One township lies near
Bellemotit another just wast of Wil
iams and two in the northern pait of
Yavapai end ono in Moliaio comity,
on which is locatod tho towiisitoof
A. C. Morse has a force of men at
work on the road to the Grand Can
j on and will put the road in excel
lent condition. He has been work
ing nine men for the past two weeks
and it will take about three weeks
more to finish the work, which will
cost about $500, of which the
citizens of Flagstaff subscribed 200,
and Mr. Morse will put up the rest.
Tho jailor of tho county jail i al
lowed G0 per month by tho Board of
Supervisors for thu caro of tho jail.
Tho sum is a nmomblo one, and that
institution should in tho futuro be
kept clean nod iu a neat condition as
possible. Although tho Board of Sup
ervisors should tiko action towards tho
building of another jail at lho earliest
An synenronizing, electric clock
system, has been put in number
of business houses hero by tho Western
Union Telegraph company. Tho time
is received every day at 9 o'clock a. in.
from tho St. Louis linoiersity, simul
taneously, by all tho clocks on tho
circuit, Tho following business firms
have clocks on tho circuit: The Ariz
ona Lumber and Timber Company,
A. it P. depot, T." J. Coalter, W. G.
Henry, P D. Berry, W. J. Murphy,
Leix and Hines and Bayloss Brothers,
and several others will havo theso
time pieces put in soon.
Sevoral wocks ago, M. J. Koys a
correspondent of tho St. Joseph Daily
Gazetto visited this place, and the
Grand Oohyon of tho Colorado, Dur
ing his stay hero ho called upon our
business men and represented that ho
would write up Flagstaff its business
resources, etc. ota, provided they
would take 1,500 copies of the daily
edition of that issue, which they agreed
to do. Tho issue of tho Gazotto of
Juno 14th contained tho article. It
was a fine description of the writers
trip to the Canyon, not one word about
Flagstaff or tho business interests Jiero.
Tho articlo is unsatisfactory and an
explanation is in order from Mr. Keys
but, as ho is now in California and
doos not intend to return hero ho will
let )U ptrP'w worry it put.
The subject for tho ovoning sermon
at the M. K. Church tomorrow will be,
tho parabU of tho barren fig tree.
J. D. Bel, who Ins been sponding
several months in tho southorn part
of the Territory, roturned this week.
Prof. Wood, tho blind violinist is
in town, and will leavo in n few day3
for Kingnuu wheio ho will give a
The fire worts for the Fourth of
July have arrived, and embrace a va
ried assortment. There wilt be bal
loons for both day and nigkt.
The regular meeting o( the Flag
staff Board of Trade wil be held at
the office of W. L. Vd Horn at 7
o'clock p. in. Saturday, June 27th
Thescrvicoi for tho hyin:of the
corner stotm of the First Mothodtst
Church of William , Arizona will tako
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lhure wll ba given one half faro rates
of the A. it P. Ii It. from July 2ml I
to fith. AU ro united to attend i
are united to attend
thesu seri'icKt, i portututy for some entei prising capi-
A new metal In? been adde I to t he I Ui!it ' i,UOat ,,is !urPlu's '" PV"8
list found in Coconino county. C. j l,rt'l,el '
H. McGlure and Miles Cainer.uj, who The foundation of tlwjiew M. E.
have claims in the Grand Ctuyon, I Uliutch is about complete and tho cor
luve been trying to find out for the ner htono vjjl bo l.ud about July 1st.
pi3t two months what kind of mineral Henry Patttid Ins the contract for
they had louod. After sending to
the leading acsayic.-s of Denver and
Sin Fr.inciico without results they
sent a specimen to the KdUon works,
and the o'ti was proiouno'd Molyb
denim. The value is not knoa-n
but it is nnjiunubly not great. It U
used in coloring pottery when a blue
The following have registered at
tuu I! ink hotel dining the past ucck.
James iJrced, Winslnw; James JaUop,
New York; J. W, AUhirc, P. Holt,
Ash Fork; A X. Goudy, 0. Il.-Jonco,
Sm Francisco; Gror'u A Supleton,
f.vscott, .U'-iiii .urs .1 1-. jiroriiiiis,
iw i.ik; (1.0 ii.t Kenoily, bait
lake City, Oli ules G Mynr. Albu-
irifiiiut; Jniusi H Bishop, Winsloa;
U E ISnyri), Willi tins; C A Hell-r, 1
Oip; Sun Do
les A Scbulz, From the
A Wilson, Kimas City; UA
.cisco, Omaln; Ed Goldsmith.
Duncan, Theodore Coblar. San Friui-
cisco; Mrs J 1) Glenn and children.
County: S I Unas, Los Angeles;
Thomas II Hawkins, San Francisco;
T W Ok.-y, Los Aiisjeli-s; J E Blrok
nnn, Jjtii Angeles; J P Kaster, Allm
ipierqtie,; H A AmisUnnif, Pueblo;
Fred E Biuinel, San Franeiseo,
Of the Late Claiborne Jackson
On Sunday last all that was mortal
of our late esteomed citizen, 0. J.
Pitts, were laid to rost in tho silent
From tho family residence tho re
mains wero taken to the M. E.
Church, which placo was filled to over
crowding by fiiends und fellow citi
zens of tho deceased, who had come to
hear words of comfort spoken by tho
Rev. N. F, Norton. Tho choir ren
dered several selections among which
wan one of tho deceased favorites, "It
is Well "With My Soul,"
Amid a drizzling rain and high
wind ono of tho largest funerals oveir
seen in this town, proceeded to tha
now cemetery wlioro tho beautiftil
burial services of tho Masonic Order
wero hold at tho grave. Mr. D. F.
Hart, W. M. of Flagstaff Lodgo Jfo.
7, of which tho deceased was a woithy
member, conducting tho services.
The Masonic brethren turned out in
a body nnd a largo number of visitors
wero in the procession from neighbor
Tho Odd Follows also turned out in
a body in respeot to tho memory of
This was tho first interment in tho
new cemetery whicn lias just iwn
purchased, und tho Masonio and Odd
Fellow Orders havo each sacured a
section for their respective burial
A FINE MEDAL.
The gun club medal to be given to
the winning gun club in the shooting
contest on the Fourth of July, is a
handsome one, and will be a valu
able trophy tor the winning club,
The medal is of gold, and together
with the pendant, is three inches
long by one and three quarters wide.
On the pin in black enameled letters
are the words 'Flagstaff Medal."
The medal is suspended by two gold
chains. Radiating lines form the
back ground. In the center i: a
trap with a pigeon flying from it.
Below the trap are two shot guns
crossed. The medal is surrounded
with a wreath of laurel leaves. The
medal is valued at (50. The medal
was ordered through the enterprising
firm of Oook &L,ee, jewelers of this
place, and is op. exhibition at their
Ferd Nellis has a lot of wool
Urbano Garcia, a first-class saddle
maker, has recently located hero.
That the wind blows here all of our
citizens will admit, but wo never have
ireat clouds of d jst.
Clark it Adams have commenced
sawing lumber and will open a lumber
yard here this summer.
The A. tfc P. are moving lots of
fieiidit this week, and tho trainmen
will haie a good wad next pay day.
The Thornton rosidenco will Ua com
pleted iu a couple of weeks. It is tho
largest and best finished building in
J. 15. Elmore and wife aro now resi
dents of Williams. Mr. Elmoro has
just completed 11 neat cottagtf on tho
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Them is demand here
dwelling houses, and theto is an on-
laying the foundation.
Tite A. A P. lailroad aro putting iu
new and e,xt.t:jiio sto:!c y.n.U on tho
nortlt iide of tlu trick at the oist end
of the yirds. 7'ha utw yards oro
much in jr.) convenient than the old.
E. It. Unyless is our bubor now.
He has a ueit shop iu the rear of
Nellis Bros' lodging house. Ed ex
K!cU to inoio Iih taciily from Flig-st-tlF
to thiii pi ice as won .is he can ob
tain a house.
Ford Nellis has under contcmpla.
twn tho building of a t.vo story brick
building mi thu present location of his i
siloon, and lodging lioue. Tho pre
(ft u,Krlm building will bo moved
Oick and caniertud into a lolging
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1 is ut m,iiiu uiiii in iin .tfAuu ieei
!ith 13 foot ceiling .ml will have an
lion front and will U an ormmeiit
Two brick yards are now running
iu this pUce, und nre making a tine
quality of oiicK Tho ptoductof these
yatds will bo used in Williams, and
perhaps a couple more kilns will bo
madu during the be.ison.
A man by the namo of Summers is
sick at Tabor's lodging house. Ho is
ono of those unfortunate? who ure
classed ns "indigent sick" und the
boaid of supervisor should look ufter
John Davis and an old prospector
are off on 11 prospecting tour to new
mineral discoveries in tho Graud
Canyon north of Ash Fork. Some
lich rock has been brought in from
that location. V hat it will develop re
mains yet to be seen.
Our town is having nu incipient
boom, this year. Houses are going up
iu every direction, and town lots ore
changing hands, when tho question of
title is settled, which it will be soon, a
r,umU-r of good buildings will bo
greeted in the business portion of
Thu rodeo in this section is still
going on. Tno cattlomen report a sat
isfactory "calf crop:" it being much
larger than list year. The grass is
abundant and water plenty. Tho
stockmen aro well pleased with the
outlook und expect a profitablo year.
The old depot has been remodeled
and fitted up fornn'oflico for the train
dispatchers, who aro oxpected hero
from Winslow next week. They will
haoncat and well arranged oflices.
Tho A. it P. agent occupies a box car
at present, but will have a bettor offico
somotimo iu the future.
W. W. Bass is building a road to
the Grand Canyon north of this place.
Mr. Bass believes tint this portion of
RKILROHD HSZENUE, FLKGSTHFF, KTIZONH TER.
Having Opened the Abo c House I will Spare no Pains to
Make it the
LEADING HOTEL OF
Rooms By Day, Week or Month.
Also Dining Room Attached, Where Nothing but the Best.
the Market Affords is Served to Our Guests. '
T. J, COALTER, Prop,
tho Canyon, possesses attractions
which cannot be found at any other
point, and that tourists will be at
tracted to Williams when the routo ib
0. E. Boyce and Mr. Duff have tho
plans and specifications for a hotel
which when completed will be ono of
the handsomest buildings in Northern
Arizona. Tho foundation has been
started and tho hotel will bo 50x100
ieetand contain 3G rooms liesides of
fice, dining room, kitchen and store
room and will bo complotod about Sep
For the fourth of July at
The following excellent program
has been prepared by the committee,
and will be fully carried out on the
Fourth of July:
Grand parade, 9:30 a. ra. Pro
cession will form on Kailroad Avenue
in the following order
(Containing Godess of Liberty and
13 young ladies)
The line of march will be taken to
P. J Ilrannan's grove, where the fol
lowing order of exercises will be car
Prayer Rev. N. F. Norton.
Music Flagstaff Glee Club.
Reauino Declaration ofInde-pr.NDFs-cE
Harry M. Zuck.
Music To be selected.
Oration John W. Ross.
Music Coconino Band.
Deci amahox Miss Jennie Morse
Singing School children.
Rices at 1:30 p. m Trotting and
Rutining, 3300 in purse?. Some of
tho fitiest horses in the territory havo
been entered. To bo followed br
burro races, foot races and potato
races, etc. etc.
A game of ball between local clubs
will take place at 3 p. 111.
At ( p. in. the trap shooting will
take place, the contest being between
Winslow, Williams and FhgsU ff club
I for a gold medal worth 50.00.
I The greased pig will bo let loose
1 nfrri tlin rtllti nltifnaf f hn lirllsvt vtrlll
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go up and the band will play.
At 4:30 the steer tieing contest will
take place, first prize fine saddlo, and
second prize, hand mado lariat.
In the evening a magnficent display
of lire works will be given.The day's en
tcitaitituent to end with a Grand
ball given by Coconino Band.
Preaching every Sabbath at the
M. E. church, corner of Larue and
Church streets at 11 a. m. and 7:45
p. m. Sabbath School 10 a. m. and
Epworth League services at 7 p. m.
All are cordially invited to attend
all these services
N F. Norton. Pastor.
Uueklen's Arnica Salre,
Tho Best Salvo in tho world for
But3, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter. Chapped
Hands, Chilblains Corn;, and all Skin
Eruptiong, nnd positively cures Piles,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfa;tion, or money
refunded. Price 25 conts per box.
For salo by D. J. Brannen.
COOK & LEE,
Watchmakers and Jewelers.
Coconino' boom I upon uaand our stock of
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks,
Ia in kcoping with tho times. Wo
defy tho Chicago Catalogues,
.which ore tho Mafia's of
logitimato trade, to out
WE GUARANTEE OUR GOODS AND WORK
P. J. BRANNEN'S
DRY GOODS AND CARPETS.
We always try to keep the Best
Goods and Latest styles it the
DRY GOODS LINE.
New Goods arriving nearly every
day. Have now in stock
Henriettas in the
Nice Goods for Tea Gowns
Sateens, Domestic Ginghams,
French Ginghams, Zephyrines,
We would be glad to quote prices
here but space will not allow it.
When you are down town if you .
will call in we will be glad to show
goods and give pi ices. In prices
we lead them all.
P. J. BRANNEN.
FLAGSTAFF - - ARIZONA.
S. H AIS B S.
LIQUOR : STORE.
The best and Cheapest House in town
for Fine Whiskies, Brandies,
Wines and Oicrars.
BOTTLED MILWAUKEE BEER ALWAYS IN STOCK.
Fino Amber Bourbon Whiskey,
Gold Spring 3-year Old Whiskey,
Gamo Cock 3-year Old Whiskey,
J. F. Gutter 4-year Old Whiskey,
W. II. M. Brayer 6-year Old "
Fino 4-year Old California Brandy.
Holland Gin, etc.
Remember on S.
LUMBER AND TIMBER CO.,
PINE LUMBER, SURFACED,
MATCHED AND GROVED.
Flooring, Siding, Molding, Rustic,
Shingles, Lath, Bridge Timbers, Sawed
and Hewn Cross Ties, Piling, Mining ;
Timbers, Car Sills and Telegraph Poles. .
D. IU. Riordan, Manager; T. A. Riordan, Assist
ant Manager; F. W. isson, Treasurer,
M, J, Riordan, Secretary.
Notice to Subscribers.
u All unpai Bu3oription8 are due to
andshoulu bo paid only to tho undnr-
sgneyJjP AHt unexpired jsubsoripiioii J
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