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DOORS, SASH, REDWOOD SHINGLES, PAINTS
BABT3ITT BROS., FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA.
OILS, ETC.
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN'
GROCERIES. PROVISIONS. BOOTS. SHOES. HATS. DRY GOODS. NOTIOfS
GLASS, HAIR, CEMENT AND PLASTER PARIS.
Aesate for Uloline Wagons and IVew Hoiiie Sewing Machine.
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SA'IURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1891.
Local Matters.
Entertainment to-night.
District Court will Ik held
in Hit
KiliMttick building, upstairs.
I so erf am and soda water
at
S'ft i'.zor fc -Son's.
rhotoninphiT Oslcn icpoits a rush
imf basini" dutinj; the past week.
Jti.lsja Wclh will hold court nt
r.'iy; in" Iwg'muinjj on Tuesday, the
ISthinst.
For tht choico't and frc-hest fruit-.
an 1 osifjctionoiim can bo fo.md.nt
bit."r i Son 'a
A new roiidwicn is heiuij built for
A 'am Mihh'iiprh itoir tho homo uf
Guivtili.xMi.tt.
J. D. MoF.ulaiid. J V. Heard and
Mr. (lull", of (Jilt county, uro sojourn
W W. Ilais lm purchased a new
p iwnr ooic-h, to bo put on tho route
to this Grand Canyon from Williams.
Tho Uoarl of Stipcniscrs havo ap
pointed John F. llioii as Juilice of
the 1'iHce in FicdouiA pueinct, north
tf the riser.
'J 1m .Vuo:ia Central Bank has
tnni.tw to loin on short-tinio piper well
c,i.u i'.l. Dfpojitor." pporj;icn the
n:t e osioo.
A jMiid militiry bill will tagiien
at Pu ell's hall on tlw evi ninjj of Sep
to oU-r 4, under tho auspkis tf Coin
prny I, N. U. A.
Fredr California fruits, candies,
ci 'irs. tobiuco-i. stationery mid tho
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latm; iuivn,vpjM al.vas on
Abcel's news depot.
hand at
"omcb. All persons knowing ther
s lives inlebtrttl to 11 W. Crockett, le
cited, am iOtpisUtd to call ut my
o.i'uy aad y-iy the same. A. P. G:i30:.
J. It lliUoy, thu lunib-r dcih-r r.f
KLimui. spint oeral dijs Imrq tht
v.W. Mr. Ualiey suyi tlut.Molue
ouity 1 propsrinj, especially to tho
inin:i)g itsterfats.
0. A. 15 i.li, our County Recorder,
u Irir I at work getting thu bminu of
hi i officii in proper shape. Tho books.
wj ire n Ling tiino coining, but Chirhy
is e.juii to tho eineretuy.
Sony.: .V nuutin;: cf the Terr!
to.ial Wool Grovvors' Assosiation will
bo hold at Iloxwoith hill, Fh-UilF, on
T.uiiJiy, Auiut 18, 1801, at 2 o'Jotk
p. ni. Huoii Campbell, I'ic:
Jo!u Coato3 Ins opened a bikory
in tlu rear of Dyke's fruit Rtind, and
has fioih hi-aul and pies constantly on
hind. Special ortli'M for cikej, buns,
etu, for fauulioi ai.d putie3 promptly
filled.
Miaws Lttcy nn 1 Julia Stilwell. old
time fiiendi of Mm. C. M. Funsto:-,
Jiivn been Wtin2 hor th'i3 wre't. JIis
Lujy i teacher in tho Indian Indus
tri il School at Fort Mohave, an 1 Mi3s
Jalii will teach in tho Sandy school
district, Mohavo county.
Mis? I. d. Do Veiling delivered
to nperanco lnoturo3 at tho Mothodut
c'mrcli Monday, Tuesday and Friday
cvjiiinz", an! will pro rob at til's sama
plno to-rmrrow nn'irinf., Miss De
Vellin? .will rest in FUjf.liff for a
wiIc, attor which she will contmufl
hsr work in this territory. Sho u
hijlh'y pleased with FhztalT. nnd
looks forward to her return later on.
If eomo ono of thn cntorprisina
ranchmen living olon? tho baso of the
Sin Francisco mountains would build
it triil to tho top cf any ono of thn
throo paiks, and keep animals to carry
tourhU up and down, they irrislit add
considerable to their incomo during the
year. Tho timo is coming wltnn a trip
tt tho ton of tho Sin Francisco moun
tiinsiwill he considored as intorostinc:
artha trip to tho cavo and cliff dwell
ings now is.
T. L. Shipley, agont at tho Navajo
Indian Reservation-, was in town this
week investigating tho rooent troublo
between tho Indians and William Ro
don, on tho Littlo Colorado. Mr. Ship
loy mvlo a trip to tho river and intor-vio-vnd
tho Indians and tho parties on
tho RoJon ranch. Ho also interviewed
a ood many of our citizens, and is
oily desirous of obtaining tho facts in
tho innttor. Ho roprosonts tho In
tirior Department, and liia loport will
hi mvlH to thoOommlssionorof Indian
Affairs. Goneral McOook was oxpecled
to bo horo during this investigation,
but was dotainod by circumstancos
over which ho had no control. It is
not known whether tho Genoral will
coma horo or not. It is also presumed
that tho report made by Lieutenant
Stottler will probably satisfy tho War
Depirtmont'of tho oauso of tho troublo,
and their action will bo based on his
ropork , Agent Shipley returned to tho
,pib Thursday,
Fino rains have fallen in this section
during tho past week.
Dons In Flagstaff. August 1, 1801,
to tho wife of F, K. Fo&tor, a son.
I can furnish Laud Scrip of all
Liii.l! W'ur. T. V.i ITftnv.
Considerable work of asubatintial
nature is being dono in Ltranneu'i ad
dition.
A danco is to bo given at tho Al
caltl.i ranrh this uiening. Quite a nuui
bor of town pooplo will attend.
Foil Salk Ono of the finest lots in
Fhtntl, fenced and graded; water on
lot; un elogant homo si'ht. Apply at
this ollice,
J. V. Collins, of Phoenix, is in town,
and, together with his friend, Under
Shiritt Gioi nluw, will tiko u. trip to
the Grand Canyon.
flu J. Lituhford, tho popular hotel
keeper nt Pi uscott Junction, wahak
ing hinds with his many friends in
Fhgstaff last .Sunday.
Lou B-yant left on ye3terdiy'x over
land fur a uit to his old homo in
Louisville, Ivy., and oxpucts to bo
rjono about tlnco weeks.
Sit.sr it Son havo mpainted their
storeroom and rumodeled their rcstiur-
ant. TIkiv keep uinrvthins clean and
sunn only l'ast-clas lunches and
nieah".
Court C-jmnii'iiioner Savage has re
ceiied nr.tico from Judgtt E. Y, Well
to uilj utrii l)itr;t Couit of Coconino
onui.tv from Mind v. August 10. to
Tje.slay, Augu.t 18.
The Mutual Lite Ins'irance Co. of
New York lus now larger assets than
the Hank of Iingland. Its policies
are in rerdity interest bearing bonds,
which protect a nun in life or death
J. II. Hosktns Jr. is pushing the
iiusine.'S of this company in Northern
Ariz )ii.i.
Foil IlnsT In Kingman, Ariz., ono
uf tho tino lare tiieproof stoics di
rectly oppoJtu the depot, in the
L'lttiy bloi-k. Bet location in King
nun for a icst-iurant or any other kind
of business. Apply to II. II. Watkins,
iCinijtnau.
T. M. Sloin, thu populir agent at
Canyon Diablo, left on tho 3 1st of
Ju)y for mi extended tour of Califni-
m i. C. 11. Norm, formerly night
ol t the Cmyon, is looking alter the
inte.eaU of tho A. & P. duiing Mr.
Sloan's abaence.
J. R. Lowry, fdiciiff of Yavapai
coanty, iirciinpauied by his wifo and
brother, Charles, were passengeis ou
Tuesday's eist-bound train. Jim and
Charley, like dutiful 39113, were on
tlioir way homo to Sandy Musk, North
Carolina, to iuit their parents.
Tho firm of Daggs Brothers was dis
solved in August, 181)0. I retained
my French merino iheep interests, and
am running a fice lance, and have a
few hundred French rams of all ages
for sile, and solicit tho patronage of
all wool growers. J. F. Daoqs.
Flagstaff, Ariz.
A. L. Morrison, Register of the
Land Oilice at Santi Fe, N. M., is in
town, thu guest of I). M. Riordan.
Mr. Mmrison is on his way homo from
Picscott, whero he delivered a lecture
on Wednesday t:iht. He. will remain
with us until Monday, and lectures in
Powoll'3 hall Sunday evening.
A petition praying that all territory
lying north of tho 0 dorado river, and
within tho confines of tht3 county, bo
organized into a school district, wan
tiled with tha Superintendent of School)
this week. Tho petition is signnd by
tho reqtiisito number of persons, nnd
it is claimed that tho now district will
havo tifty-ono children of school age
within its boundaries.
Last Tuesday Harry Fulton received
from Foster Bros., Monterey, Mich., a
thoroughbred Shropshire ram. This
breed of sheop is well known in Eng
land for their wool producing qualities,
and nro considered as thu best for mut
ton by our English cousins. In this
country, howover, a cross between tho
Shropshire and Merino breeds is con
sidered by sheepraisers the one which
makes tho best and most profitable
breed, and it is for this purpose that
Mr. Fulton made his recent purchase.
This ram is brod from Excelsior, and
has a podigreo as long as tho flag staff
after whioh our town is namod.
On account of tho coal strike at
Gallup and tho grot depression in
business, tho A. & P. road has declined
to haul tho special coach os of tho Edj.
torial Association of Southern Califor
nia to Flagstaff as requested by them.
Their request was for o special to be
sido-trackod at Flagstaff during their
stay thoro, which under oxisting cir
cumstances would bo almost impossi
ble, lo attach their coaches to a
regular train would raako it too heavy
to haul, aiid so tho company had re
luctantly to decline. Wo presume
now, tho noxt meeting will necessarily
bo hold on tho coast somewhere.
Needles Eyol
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BASE BALL.
Sunday's ball ganin at tho raco track
between t'ia Flagstaff ard Milton
nines was tho best game played hero
this season, being closely contested
throughout. A largo numbor of peo
ple witnessed tho playing, and much
interest prevailed. Following is the
score:
MILTOK.
NAME. A.B. K. P.O. A.
Jordan, c C 3 2 3
Gahan, lb 6 1 3 2
Sliker, p C 2 3 3
Doviue, If G 2 1 0
Muth, 3b 5 1 0 1
Harrison, 2b 5 1 4 0
Hodgdon, rf 5 1 3 0
Bovin, cf 5 1 2 0
Frye.&s 5 13 0
40 13 21 0 17
Bittery, Jordan, c; Sliker, p. Struck
out, Sliker 4; 2b, C; 3b, 2; doublo
plays, 1; bases on balls, 4; e. r., 11.
FLAGSTAFF.
NAT1E. , A.U.
Allutor, ss G
Darin, If G
Derr, rf G
Canal), 2b G
Ojborne, c 5
Roland, cf 5
PotU, lb 5
Wright, 3b 5
Marshall, p 5
n. p.o.
L. 4
o o
40 12 21 0 14
Battery, Osborne, c; Marshall, n.
Struck out, Marshall G; b-ws on balls,
Marshall 1; 2b, 7; 3b, 3; e. r., 10;
double plays, 1.
SCOrtC BY 1N.NIKGS.
1 2 3 4 fl G 7
Milton 2 3 1 4 0
Flagstaff 2 3 1 3 0
2 1 13(
112
ST. JOSEPH'S CHUUCII ENTER-
TAINMENT.
A musical and dramatic entertain
ment will bo given nt Powell's hall on
Saturday evening next, Aujust 8th"
Tho programme is un excellent one, J
and the musical part one that will be
highly appreciated by our citizons. A
comic play will be one of the amusins
things of tho evening. Tho entertain
ment will bo for the benutit of St.
Joseph's church.
fullnmng are .the musical and
dramatic programs so far arranged,
there being some numbers yet to be
added:
MUSICAL.
Instrumental Duet, Mrs H Fulton
and M.s G Uabbitt; "The Wander
er's Night Song," Rubcnstem
Miss II Colton and Mrs 1) Babbitt;
"The Flower Girl," Bevignam
MrsTA Kiordan; Instrumental solo,
Mrs H Fulton; "Maid of the Mill"
Adams Miss H Colton: "Don in
the Dewy Dell," Smart Mrs F W
Sisson, Mrs D Babbitt arxl Mrs T A
Riordan; "'Neath Thy Window
Passing," Offenbach Mis F V Sis
son and Mr H Fulton.
DRAMATIC.
Dramatic play, entitled " Boston
Dip," in which the following ladic
and gentlemen will take part: Mr .
J. Clark, Mrs. P. J. Hrannen, M .
I. Derr; J. W. Ross, J. Doran, 1 ,
Zuck, Ed Babbitt. The play will I e
under the management ol Dr. D. J
Ltrannen.
OUR COUNTY'S WEALTH.
Follow ing ia (ho alstract of the
a&scumcnt roll of Oecouino com t,
Arizona Territory, for tho year 1801:
Acres of land, 570,212;
valuo S403.031.G7
Total valuo of improve
ments 45,560.00
Town lots, 1,128; -total
valuo of lots 71.830.00
Total value of improve
ments 82,800.00
Miles railroad, 121.07;
total value 445,851.00
No. of horses, 0,002;
total value 141,201.00
No. of mules, 50; total
valuo '. . 1,160.00
No. of asses, 34; total
vuiuo Oil.VU
No. of cattle, 36,353;
total valuo 210,306.00
No. of blieep, 137,151;
total value 308,083.00
No. of swine, 148; total
valuo 778.00
No. of goats, 47; total
valuo CO.OO
Gross amount of all
other property 372,616.65
Grand total 82.14G, 147.07
EARTHQUAKE AT YUMA.
Thursday morning the inhabitants
ol Yuma were aroujod hy three dis
tinct earthquake shocks, tho soverosr.
relt since tho town waa sctttea, says
the Sentinel. The first at 6:05 o'clock
came in thro, undulating wave3 from
tho northwest to tho southeast, the
fflflh's crust raising aud rolling so as
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to bo perceptibly felt by thoso standing
or sitting. Tho shock caused tho
windows and blinds to rattle, crockery
and glassware to jingle, doors to swing
on their hinges, walls to creak and
crack, and things generally to move
about promiscuously. Men, women
and children aroso without calling and
ran into the sticet, yards and gardens,
without going through tho operation of
preparing or finishing their toilets.
Novor in Yuma did so many people
got up and out so promptly. Clocks
were stopped, and for a moment it
seemed ns if there was to bo a gnneial
chango in things terrestrial. At G:08
the second shock canir, sharp and de
cisive, but not with the forcu of tho
first. Thrco minutes later, at G:ll
o'clock, tho last shock was felt. Tho
vibrations continued between tho
shocks so that ghssos, crockery and
tinware and window shutters kept up
tlioir ring anil clatter. Tho safo door
at tho S P. Hotel, which had just been
opened, was closed. No particular
damage was done, though tho cracks in
the walls of adobe and brick buildings
ciused by it are to be plainly seen.
The grating roir as it camo from the
mountains to tho eastward was plainly
h-sard.
IRRIGATION CONVENTION.
The most important movement for
tho reclamation of arid land that has
ever been made in tho west is now on
foot in the convening of an irrigation
convention at Salt Like for September
15, 1G and 17. The object of thocoii-J
veiitiou is to take steps to induce the
government to cede nil arid lands to
tho states and territories within which
they are situated, to bo rucl timed and
used for public schools and othor pub-
li: purposes. In accordauco with the
cai for this convention, and recogniz
ing its great import nice, Acting Gov
ernor Murphy has made the following
appointment of delegates from the
83v oral counties of this territory, to
vvit: Maricopa W J Murphy, M E Col
lin, Simuel Webb, Lincoln Fouler
Lindly O.me, A M Franklin.
Pima M P Freeman. II E L-icy,
II or be it Brown, Samuel Hughe',
Cochise M W S:ewart, J A Mon
Undom, S O Bigg, E B Gago.
Yavapai Hon T J Butler, Morris
GuldwaU-r.
Mohave W G Blakely, J K Mc
Kenzio. Graham M J Eagan, G II Kell y,
J BGro-s'ieck.
ApacliH WillS Barms, FMZuc',
ATBinta.
Coconino O M Funston.
Yuma H J Blainsde.ll, A E Martin.
Pinal A J Doran, P R B ad.
Gila A H Hackney. Paoetix
Herald.
PRICES
fioamBakmg
UJLdPowden
CSr
8&t2?
Used in Millions of Homes
JOHN SANDERSON,
. . . . DEALER IK.. . .
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
A Vine Liue of
LAMPS, GLASS AND QUEENSWAEE.
FLOUR, HAY, GRAIN AND COAL
Furnished in any quautity on short notice.
KILPATRICK BUILDING, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZ.
BANK HOTEL
RHILROHD KiZENUE, FLHGSTHFF, HRIZONK TER.
Having Opened the Above 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. JL COALTER, Prop.
For Rent Furnished room, en
quire at this offico.
Legal blank printing a specialty at
this othco.
Bucklen' Arnica salrc.
Tho Best Salvo in tho world for
Buts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter. Chapped
Hands, Chilblains Coriif, and all Skin
Eruptiong, and positively cures Piles,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed
to givo perfect satisfa:tion, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents por box.
For salo by D. J. Brannen.
-J. II.
Jr.,
Representing the Largest Lino of
Reliable Fire Insurance Go's.
IN NOKTIIKItN AltlZONA.
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PnOPEllTY lNSOItKD AT LOWEST RATES.
IIARIIY KI3L1NOD17IIY.
T. S. WEST.
THE.
Banner Saloon,
-by-
WEST & KISLINGBURY.
Kino Wlnos, Liquors
and Clears.
P1UVATE APAUTJ1ENT3 FOtt FAMILY USE.
COK. I'KISSCOTT ANl l'HOBVIX AYES ,
Flagstaff, Ariz.
E.E.
BURLIN GAME'S
ASSAY OFFICE
cni:uicir.
LAllOKATOltT.
Established in Colorado, 1S6G. Sam
pies by mail or express will receive
prompt and careful attention.
Gold and Sliver Bullion Refined, Heltod
and Assayed, or Purchased.
17.10. t 1738 LuHi-unceM., Denver, Col.
CUBA PLANTATION
CLEAR HAVANA CIGAR,
MAXUPACTUEED BY THE
EL
nno era FACTORY,
.NEW YORK, N. Y.
KJTSold only by A. P. Gibson and
I Switzer Si Son, Flagstaff, Ariz.
1
- AO Years the Standard
ARIZONA TERRITORY
P. I. BRANNEN'S
FOR
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
HEW DRESS GOODS
Henriettas in the
Me 4oods for Tea Gowns
Sateens, Domestic Ginghams,
French Ginghams, Zephyrines
Broadvay Suitings,
Scotch Zeyphyrs.
We would he 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.
S. MARTIN,-
LIQUOR : STORE
The best and Cheapest House in town
for Fine Whiskies, Brandies,
Wines and Cigars.
BOTTLED M ILWAinCEEiiiE hTaLWAYS IN STOCK.-
Fine Amber Bourbon Whiskey,
Cold Spring 3-year Old Whiskey,
Game Ooek 3-year Old Whiskey,
J. F. Cutter 4-year Old Whiskey,
W. II. M. Brayer 6-ycar Old '
Fino 4-yoar Old California Brandy.
Holland Gin, etc.
Remember on S.
THE ARIZONA'
LUMBER AND TIMBER CO,,
MANUFACTURER!!
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. M. Riordan, Manager;
ant Manager F, W. Sisson, Treasurer;
M. J, Riordan, Secretary;
FLAGSTAFF,
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Latest Shades.
Claret Wine,
Zinfandol Wine,
Angelica Wine,"
Cherry Wine.
Port Wine.
Blackberry Bmcdy.
Side of Railroad.
AND DEALERS IN
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