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8A8DWARB STOTEST DOORST MSH,
REDWOOD SHINGLES,, PAINTS
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rW.II.OPSALE-AND '.RETAIL DEALERS- IW-
HATS DRY GOODS
GLASS, HAIR, CEMENT' AND
& jOCON$NO SUN.
SATUBDA& AUGUST 1, 1891.
Williirus this week.
vss up from
F, E, Foster has ocedfotod a
ship with John Sandersoii.
The 6fi5ciof Company I, & G. A..
tve receivoJ their commissions,
For the choicest and freshest fruit
,atid confectioneries can bo found tit
.Switzor X Son's.
James LaMfport. was ox)t surveying
Jthti' ranch of Walter Windsor, below
the Mormon tliilry, Thursday.
Court Berry, a popular A. k P.
passenger conductor, after a month's
Juy-off, has resumed his duties.
Xhe.Coconipo jologation of witnesses
jn attendance ti the United' Sic to?
flpuh at Preot$ rnturned yesterday.
'Jjho Arizona ' Central Bank has
jmgjiey to loin on short-time piper well
jccureJ. Depositors' paper given the
Fresh CalifornU' fruits, candies,
pgnH, tobiccoi, stationery and the
lacitit ucw'jip-ipers ahvas on hand nt
It U jvunounccd'tfi'it n giimrof Insn
bill will be playe-Jf botweon tho Ph-nt-iff
and .Milton nine3 tomorrow
vfternoon at the ruco track.
liibf any Aloiuiay at photo ear,
when every mother 'in FIngstalTcan
get one finely finished cabinet photo
of her balw free of co&t.
J. A. Vail took to bjs ranch south
east of tow Jfc weeis 23$ head of
young heifers,. ;vhich he purchased
from Garland & lioso, of Chiuo valley.
Mr. D. i. Hiordan and children
leive today fot'a trip to Europe, and
nxpt-ct to i3 gone two yaira Her
hoit of fiiends iu Arizona wish her
John Coates has .opened a bakery
in the roar of Dykii'f fruit stand, and
luw fresh lire.i'1 .m fais tfonsfnfyUv on
hitnd. Special orders for cakc.v buns,
iitc, fit- families and parties promptly
CountyRcordor Bush recefrfid tho
county liooks Fr.day. Tho bocks are
&nt-fliS9 tti every respect, nnd cost
W ootly nearly 41,000, Our county
clucfrfJs can now go to work getting up
tkt'r back business.
Meisra. Hoxhurst and Vermillion,
of Phoenix, with their fasft'ilics, nre
camped near Lercaux spr?Ags, in the
San Francisco mountafns. The party
were fortunate enough to kill a fine
black War one day last week.
Port BehtI Ih rtinginan, Ariz., one
of the" fine large fireproof stores di
rectly opposite the depot, in tho
Iutliy block; Best location in King
omd fort: restaurant or any other kind
of buiiuess. Apply to II. II. Watkins, 1
Court Com miwioner Savage bfls been
notified by Judge W-H to adjourn tho
tm-r of DirfrJcC Codrt fbcAuguil
3d to Aueust 10th, and fn term will
Joe adjourned1 from timo to time until
judge Wells can get through with the
Uusinoss of tho. U. S. Court at Prescott.
)in. Leo, Mis Hogan, and Master
B"ic Leo, arrived from Chautauqua
ounty, Kansas, Wednesday. Mrs.
Lie is mothor of A. K. Lee, and Die
is hu son, and a veritable "chip off tho
old black." They inted remaining
liere. and will occupy the dwelling just
west of the Del Monte hotel.
Tho firm of Daggs Brothers was d is
solred in August, 1890. I retained
my Fretjch uferiijo sheop interests, and
ro' running a free lance, and have a
few hundred French ram3 of nil ages
for sale, and solicit tho patronago of
all wool growers. .1. F. DQt '
The rnanagemont of tho; Xew
Mexico Tcirjto'ria) Fair assuro ox
hlbjfor? in," every department thit
ajl articles " sent tor exhibition,
! mattor how valu-ble or deli
pite, will refldivo as much caro and be
as safe' as in tho hands of tho owner,
and will be returned in as perfect condition-as
when receivod. Furtfos do
string to exhibit valuahlo minoral
"specimens cart bo assured of their- ab
bluto safotyr as every precaution will
On Monday night last a lodgo of
Independent Order of Good Templars
was organised nt WiIow,-with twenty
memBisrs.' Tho new i s callci
Viuslow Lodge . O. G. T. Na 19,
and the officers were installed by State
Deputy G. 0, W. L. Van Urn.
The following membera of tho Flag
staff lodgo wercf jirosent:. Rov. N.. F.
Norton, Mrs. Geo. Hoxworth, Miss
Jnum JJoiwqrtn, Mrs. L. S;. AlvoroT,
Miss Lett i Brcae, Miss Mary 'Irvine.
The Flagstaff visitors spent. Tuosday in
fi-Jdng from tbo nrVi of Cloar creek,
Agents fbr Molinc Wagons and Mew Koine dewing Machines.
Ico, cwarn and soda water at
Switzor & Son's.
J. B. Thomas and wife arrcpending
the week in flagstaff.
Tlie'band boys pioniood at tho Cliff
Dwellers' last Sunday.
J can furnish Land Scrip of all
kinds. Vu,v tL Van Hoax,
JJrery citizen of Flagstaff is doing
h'is level best' to make a success of tho
Our postmaster, Goorgo W, .Cook,
returned from a' tlie mouths' visit to
tho East Wednesday,
Get tickets for the musical and dm
maticTentertuinnfont at 'Powell's rhall
nat.t Saturday evening.
Ada itumes, who- obtajrwd a good
deal of notoriety in Xew M'exico, lis
now stopping iu FUxstun".
M. Salzmm cave a dance in -his
now store at Williams Monday night.
Tim affair was an enjoyable-one,
TTio firm of Pulliain it I.ockwood
has dissolved partnership. T. 1'.
Pulliani will coutinuo the business.
FoBSiMwOncrof the finest lots in
Flagstaff, fenced and graded; water on
Jot; an elegant homo sight. Apply at
"Tho New Biith" will be rherubject
of discourse uj the U K. church to
nioftuv mornhij. Evening subject,
'The llpliiMoiH Warfare."
Din gratis pan ninos el LuneK
cimndo ca 1 1 una madre puedcr
obrsnir una retrato) do su ;;iuio gniti-t
cu el Uoston it. K. ulioto car. "
Word has been received by the
Hoard of TratJs that the Arizona
.editors wilt be here to meet their
brethren from the Golden State.
Attention is called to th; "ad" of
the Ikwncr saloon, which appears iu
this isMie. Messrs. West & Kisling
bury i3Vs recently purchased thh
housjv 'ifld' sk a share of the puW4c
A. C. Morso is fitting up his frig
coach to take a party of fifteen pitas-ure-terkcra
from Albuquerque fi'oin
this place to tho Grand Canyon on
tho 1.0 tli iust.
The latest venturo in the fiejxl of j
journalism in tliii territory U tho i
Mesa N'i, publinhed uf .ws, JIari-.
cojia county, by tho Mes.t Publishing
Company. The Sux wishes the wow
Lockctt Brncr. Drought fotlus offico
this week a specimen of timothy" jrown
on their niuuh, north of this plies'. U
is fivo feet high and well filled with
leaves, and shows hou' prolific grasses
1U 4lt .. VWV.U.l.
Tlicro will be a called meeting of
Flagstaff Lodgo, No. 7, F. .t A. JL, at
Masonic hall, Monday ovening, August
3, 1891. Work on first and third
degrees. By order of D. F. Hart,
Master; J. Guthrie Savage, Acting
The Las Angeles Herald gives tem
perature on tho 'JTith of July of tho
following places: Yuma, 1 1 3; Ogilby,
121; Mammoth Tank, 121; Volcano,
124; Salton, 115; Indio, 118: Sovcn
Palms, 119; Cabazon, IOC; Beaumont,
101; Colton, 114.
The idoa that fruits, nnd especially
the hardier varieties, cinnot In: suc
cessfully grown hero will have to be
abandoned W. A. Switzor has cherry
trresy set out four years ngo, which
boro fruit of fins size and excellent
quality this year.
Prof. S. T. McDougal, the govern
ment botanist who ha? been collecting
specimens in this vicinity for tho past
three months, left for Camp Vorde
Wednesday, wharo ho will bo joined
by Professor Touey, of Tucaon, aud tho
work of botanizing that vicinity will
W. W. Forbish, tho obliging train
dispatcher of the A- t IV railroad at
Williams, left Wednesday for an ex
tended tour of California. He goes to
San Diego by rail, and .from, thoro by
steamer to Los Angelea, San Francisco
and way port;). It is needless to' say
that V( will have a glorious time for
at lcas thirty days.
J. C. Smith and netce, Miss Nellie'
Smith, who have been sojourning in
our midst for the past three weeks,
left for their home ,in Sari Francisco
Tuesday.' They will stop to visit
Miss Smith's Leather at Kingman for
a few days. They were delighted,
with Flagstaff and its beautiful sur
roundings, and we doubt not but
what we will be favored with another
visit from them next summer.
D, B. Rqhinson, general manager of
tho Atlantic Js Pacific railroad, has
resigned his position to accept a simi
lar oiK wi,th tfio San Antonio it Aran
sas Pass railroad. As general managor
of thts A. & P, Mr. Robinson received
a sajary of' 810,000 per year; in his
'. now' position hia salary will ho 825,-
0tO,0 per year, Mr. Robimson is an
ablo and popular railroad manager, and
many regret that ho is about to sovcr
hb connection with the A, & P,
C. E. Goddard has purchased the
saloon business of P. D. Berry, and
invites his friends to call on him".
The' Boston photo car will bo in
Flagstatr-untjl n'?xt Thursday. They
do good wort atld'their prices are very
reasonable. Call jon thorn.
Quite a number of young people
enjo)ed themselves tripping the light
fantastic at the boarding-house at
Milton Wednesday evening.
Tho PresbyMrlan Ladies' Aid So
ciety will meet at the residence of
Mrs. John Vories Wednesday afte.--
noon, August 5, at 3:30 o'clock.
The PrescoU' and Arizona Central
nilroad will nuke a rate of one fire
for the lound triito' all parties de
siring to attend 'the meeting of the
editorial association at this place
Fou Salk The only hotel in a
thriving town on tho A. it P. It. It.,
in Mohave county, Arizona. This i3
a fine chauco for .in enterprising party
to engage in a paying business. For
fiirthor particulars nddrcs3 Thomas
Baker, Kingman, Arizona.
The Mutual IJfe' Insurance Co. of
S'ew Yoik has near larger assc than
the Bank of England. Its policies
are in reality interest beating bonas,
which protect a man in life or death.
J. II. Hoskins Jr. is pushing the
business of tliw company iu Northern
J. Guthrie Savaa this weok had tho
maps of tho l'ows) survey of the
Grand Canyon of tho Colorado bound
in portfolio form, thd work being done
it this oilice. Thcsa imps are a valu
able property, and nfl parties having
them should have, tjiem bound. All
orders for such work promptly and
neatly execnlcd at tlM tu.V olfico.
Georgo lloxwortll; the obliging tin
nar, has been busy for tho past week
removing tho corrugated iron roof
from the Murphy building nnd re
placing it with a substantial tin roof.
It U rumored that ITncle George in
tends leaving tho Skylight city in the
near future. WJierever ho cimps
mty the sun shine upon IJim until it
burns a hole in lh back.
Rov. N. F. Kaiton made a rusines3
trip to our neighboring city of Wins-
low Monday. His business was chiefly
the uniting in the holy bonds of mat
nmmiy (Jliestur u. Ulark and - Jills
Mae M. Morris, both of Winslow,
Tho cciemony took place at tho resi
dence of tho bride's parents. The
many friends of tho wedded pair wish
them a long and happy life.
Tho oxeoutivo comimtton of tho
Editorial Association of Southern Cali
fornia met iu Los Angeles last Tues
day and completed final arrangements
for the trip to FlatK&ff in August.
An unusually Interesting program has
been arranged, including a number of
papers on important suhji&ts by intelli
gent members. The excursion prom
ises to be attended by' nearly ovory
member. San Bernardinp Kaleid
oscope. C. 0. Hall, president of tbo New
Mexico Territorial Fair Association,
stepped off at Flagstaff Thursday, on
his way homo from L03 Angelej,
whore ho has been looking after th
interests of the coming fair. Whfl'o
here Mr. Hall succeeded in inducing
our militia companies to do present
and take part U tho competitive (kills
Both companies 0 and 1 will be repre
sented, and wo hope to see the boys
oome homo with one or more trophies.
Mr. Hall left for Albuquerque yester
day morning, highly pleased with the
success with which ho is meeting on
G. A. Bray has on exhibition at his
store a section of tho backbone of a
whale, and a card attached thereto
tells tho following tahi:
"This is a section' of the backbone
of tho whale that swallowed Jonah,
procured at an expense of nearly 50,
000, nnkprosented fo, G. A. Bray by
Hon. Wm. 'MpKinfoyi It came to
tho United States frep of duty. It
will be on exhibition at Bray's Dry
Goods Emporium for ono we'ek only,
wherj it will be preserved in vinegar
and kept Until tho World's Fair at
Chicago, whore it will have a promi
nent place,. "Gorhatn A, Bray, sole
Kill more people than Is -cenerilly known,
l'aiticularly is this the" case In instances
where the constitution! clicate, and among
oar immigrant population peeking new homes
in those portions of the West, and where
malarial and typhoid fefvsrs prevail at cer.
tain seasons of the year. The best prepara
tive for a change of clinjate, or of diet and
water which that change necessitates, is'
Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, which' not only
fortifies the system against malaria; a varia'
Lie temperature, damp, apjd the debilitating
effects ot tropical heat, U i also the lead.
ing'remedy lor constipatioru djspepsta, liver
complaint, bodily troubR? specially apt to
aiiaK cmigiaius anu visits iu iciuuaiicat
tn? equator, mariners' anp jurists. Whether
usfd as a safeguard by ita. ,voyager:r, travel
ers by land, miners, or of agriculturists in
nfrvly.populated districts, thts fine specifjC
ris elicited the nwt favorabU'testlmny,-
Eugene W. Crockett' Injuries
Result in Death,
On- tho evening of July 1-7 fast.
Eugene- W. Crockett was injured xmi
tho head by a misslo thrown Ly'ono
Thomas Wood, a tough character
about town. At that time tho in
jury wes not considered fatal. Ho
walked to his home after tho assault,
and Dr. Cornish was summoned to
examine his-wound;, but did not deem j
it advisable to perform an operation,
us there were no-indications of tho
skull being fracturejtf ftUp until the
Sunday proceeding, Jitj', 2eath ho ap,
peared-to bo slowly recovering, though
in a comaloso state, -and?arly on the
morning of that' day1 ho went into
convulsions. Drs. Cqrsmh aucKUran
'nen decided to oporate, nnd removed
several pieces of tho skull, 'which had
been crushed in like an eggshell, the
brain protruding. Notwithstanding
tho wound' being drossod with skill,
it was apparent to tho physicians that
ho hid but a fow hours to live, und
tho end came oiv Monday at noon.
llio following composed the coron
er's jury, who were empanelled to in
vestigate the cause of death: J. Y.
Crothers, foreman) Hugh E. Campbell,
Ransom Gibson, John Woodey, Joseph
Randolph, D. M. Fraucis. The verdict
was as follows :
"We, the jury, being duly sworn
nnd impanelled to irtquiro into the
causo and circumstances of the death
of E. W, fshwkett, do find that he
came to his death on' tie 27th day of
July, 1891, in the ton of Flagstaff. I
Coconino county, territory of Arizona,
by an injury indicted by the hand of
Thomas Woods, on tho 17 th day of
July, 1891, near th saloon of J. A
Vail, iu the town of Flagstaff, county
of Coconino, territory of Arizona, ami
Unit tho said assault wm wholly un
provoked aud meditated."
"Tom," as ho was familiarly known
by all, was of a kind and generous dis
position,, pver reidy to assist the
needy or dktrggscd; and met his doath
whilo undcftvorhig to eIui'UI the man
who dealt the fatal blow, ftom harm
at the hands uf another.
lie was a native of Virginia, and
camo to this territory about, eighteen
years ago, being thirty-eight years of
age at the time of his death,.' " -'
An aged mother, at- his old homo
in Virginia, a swter -rim-Kentucky, n
brother m Washington, and a host of
friends-in thh locality .mourn his sad
and untimely end.
Switzer & Son have repainted1 their
storeroom and remodeled their restaur-
ui t. They fcerp everything clean nnd
suvo only first-class lunches and
Used in Millions of H?nies
. . . .DEALER IN., . .
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
. i l i m i il
A Fine Liae of
LAMPS, ,GLASS AND QUEENSWARE,
FLOUR, IAY, GRAIN 4TO COM
Furnished in anr quantity on short notice.
k i lpAt&k -BUILDING, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZ.
i ,-ax ,i
RKILROHD HMENUE; FLHGSTHFF, HRIZONK TER.
Having Opened tho. Above House I will Spare, no. Pains to
Make it the
LEADING HOTEL OF
lm i W m h !!
Rqoms By Day,;Week or Month,
AJ Dining Raoirt A"JcHed, Where Nothing but the Best
the -Maj&et A,ffords is Served to. Qur, Gtets.
,.T, or, WAiwmn, Pri.
It is now- eiven out that some 80 or I
90 editors, titwr wives, etc., Of South'
ern California, trill be in Flagstaff on
tho tenth of next month. As many
Arizona editors as possiblo will, it is
honed, be on hand) Tho good, clover
people of the Skylight City and the
country 'round will treat all visitors
In this connection, the- Courier sug
gests .that tho authorities ar.d'people of
Present: tho P. & A. C. Railway, offi
cers and ether? of Whipple Barracks,
invitc-tho- Californians to run down
and view Arizona's Cradlo of White
Liberty, which is Prescott. Courier.
Representing the- Largest Lino of
ialile Fire Insurance Bo's.
IN NOllTIIEKN ARIZONA.
Property Ixsuhbd at Lowest Ratzs.
y. X. WEST.
WEST & KISLINGBURY.
Flno Wlnosi Litruoro
PRIVATE APART3IU.NTS FOR FAMILY PSE
COIt. rillHCOTT ANI I'HOENIX AVES ,
ASSAY OFFICE 1
Kstabli.lied in Coloradj, 1 865. Sun
pies by mail ot express will receive
prompt and careful attention.
Gold and Silver Bullion RefinBrf, Melted
and Assayed, or Purchased.
1730 Jfc 1T38 IVHW'enceM., Deliver, Col.
CLEAR B&TMA CIGAR,
EL RLTQ G1SAR FACTORY,
FffiJfif YORK, N. Y.
3TSold only by A. P. Gibson and
Switzer it Sok, Flagstaff, Ariz,
- 40 Years the Standard,
, 11111111 i WHHI njif
P.. I. BRANNEN'S
We alwaiys try to keep the Best
Goods and Latest styles it the-
DRY GOODS LINE.
New Goods arriving- nearly every
day. Have now in stock
HEW DRESS G0OM
Henriettas iir tlia
lViee CroocI fbirTea Cowiis
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 piices. In prices
we lead them all,.
P. J. BRANNEN.
FLAGSTAFF - - ARIZONA.
LIQUOR : STORE,
The best and Cheapest House in towa
for Fine Whiskiea, Brandies,
Wines and Cigars,
BOTTLED MILWAUKEE BEMUR IH STOCt '
Fine Amber Bourboa Whfskey,
Qold Spring 3-jrear Old Whiskey,
Oaroo Cock 3-year Old Whiskey,
J. F. Cutter 4-year Old Whiskey,
W. H. M. Brnyer 6-year Qld "
Fine 4-year Old California Brandy.
Holland Gin, etc.
Remember on S.
PINE LUMBER, SURFACED,
MATCHED AND GROVED. :
Flooring, Siding, Molding, Rustio,
Shingles, Lath, Bridge Timbers, Sawed
and Hewn Cross Ties, Piling, Mining
Timbers, Car Sills and Telegraph Poles,,.
DM- Riongatt, Wanafferj T, A- Hiordan, Assist
aat manager) F. W. Jijisau, TriasiHrcrj f
M, J. Riordasi, Secretary,
Side of Railroad
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