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THURSDAY, DlX'EMUnU 21, 1891.
(Jo to lJrantien's for ImlicV wraps.
Head Sanderson's iiewiulvcitisonient.
Tho "G l"' coi sot for salo nt Uran
uenV. Now Homo sowing machine, I'. J.
lhannen, 113011 1.
lUiv. Doljo was in WInslow thu foie
part of tho week.
.Souvenir spoons at Cook & Loo's.
Ktigmvtd fiee ib.Hgt'.
Dr. .1. 1. Kmtur, Ui A.&-1 1'1,-v,i"
elan, was nt Winoir-nst kititid.ij,
TU jK'ojdo of Httgcjatr liavc imijomI
slclh ildlu" 1. moiinllht this week.
Tho lNpIa f Mukin Silver Fill-
gice, altul & Lii'j Mdc is ""out of
Soc the extra hwv.y llandoin mixed
incii's uiiileiwenr at UraunoiiV. ?1 a
""r, M. Zuek, f IlollnonL ii'tiuiu'd
-. hoirio S.ituuluy from a lnuino.s Hip to
' Seo lirjmwm s Kn of flu. shors.
pi ires au low. Wo Have a dauih
S'.'.iiO ladies' shoo.
Dr. D. J. llni'ineii has donated a
set of the K'icvl media H.itiiileu to the
AllJoveiof music will attend the
conceit by the Toll Wingato liatid at
Babbitt's hall UiN opening.
J. II. Hoslxln?, Jr. "e.i'shier of the
Arizona Central Hank, made a business
trip to Williams tho font pait of tho
The family of John Dur ictmned
"Vomlay fieni Canada, where tuey
have been iitlng for the past three
Tho Masonic kill-at Babbitt's new
hall to-morrow ovonlng pioniked to bo
tb mo-it hugely attended evont of tho
"kind of the year.
Missis. Swilzrv& bmi, tho popular
-grocois of Flagstaff, have ju-t leeched
ii full lino film candies and fruits for
,jtho holiday trade.
Mr. I. CluNroan i building a largo
addition to hi hot (Oho "Del Monte,"
and when jmpleied he wi 1 hao one
Pattlenlar attention given children anil
new lginnei3. 55 cents per lessoti.
Our ititrerent business houses h.io
put on a lino holiday appearance.
The titlcns of l'logtaff will have no
occasion to go out of town for their
C. II. Hill, of San Diego. Cab. was
n luoiurcr .on Satard.n's delayed
-1 .. 1 ..,.. Aju. lirtTnir nil Ilia WAV
,yesi imuiiu u-iiiyp,. ,"o
iTfSTfroin eInc.Tfto.. iUo was aceoni-
F. M. Ling", of fie bl.ichinhhing
firm of Lingo & Whitlocl. of this city.
left bundaj affcrnoon for n vtait to
Jttonds at his old homo in San Hoi-
iiatdino. Cnl. Ho will bo gone a
, couple of months.
1 Jfyou Itavtr failed to find auj thing
Miltablo for a ehristmas present. Aisit
the great jewelry emporium of Cook &
fjev, whom ou will bo turo to find
Wimellilng to pleasoMilt This lit in
carries tho inwtmiplejc.;tock in Hie
tSiTltory. - ;' Pf
Mis. (JcoigoK. Urown of I'rescou.
iceelv'd a telogiani from Hoton lu-t
SatHiil.iv jnfoiming her of tho illnc-s
f her inothur. I"i- 15low'" i,"1,',li
otely left frr her nMi(I' bedside and
Aias accompanied by bar husband as
far as Albtupienpie.
Tho steel cello and fixtures for the
new county jail havo arrived and will
he placed in position in a few ilnjc
When completed the Cocoiiluo coiintj
jail will bo among tho securest in the
territory, from wliieli eiiminals will bo
unable to escape. It U erpeeted that
Jh building will lifl ead.i or oowi
pancy about tho loth of January.
During tho wind sloini of last week,
tho cast side wall and noi th end wall
of tho Catholic church at Wlnslow
wore blown down. The walls wem up
ami a portion of tho roof timbers were
in position. lts mute a teicie loss on
tho Catholic .society iif Window, but
through tho energy of If. v. Fatiier
Doljo the damage will bo repaiied
wl thoehutgh, finished,
sWA1?f jwHsp 1th0 dly-
IrM v.riandf'd-ganlMlssL. II. Siher-
JnaUrfebi-VVininius. At bona.
)Wfl. HOLIDAY PRESEMS ".
. - . -V
1.GRIUT HOUbbllWLU M.U:bbllY.
LADIES HAVE YOU SEEN IT ? SEEN WHAT ?
Perfecrion Flour Bin and Seive,
An Articlo that Every House-Kcepor Should'Havo.
A Perfect Receptacle for Flour.
Aii Aonitoi .mil Sifter.
I'Aieot thr Baby I
MERIT OF THE BIN.
It iei.it " the lloui, (iiesenini,' it
in oi until diy and fieo fiom iliit,
or mutl il iy
Tlli'lit It Hll tl
V till" Iti'll 111 II Mini
on li iiii. v lour iMiuu.ii i"i
yif'U tin rio.i-.sity of ificliiiig into IwiieU mid wuU It win be kept on
I' . . . I. . I ..li' . . .ft..,l llmir.iluiiirj I." lill- I In. il'i.l I .Rl III till' bill IL1-
1'iinrv w 'if in Mim i ,"''"1 """ J r.
tttiu'tlm linn , uukii.nit xeiy lijlit, and impim-s tin- quality. By u-ing the
iViffwtiOu Ihti you do mvay with pin-, -aeiei, so ops to , neceaiy heu
usiiu Himi i menl in tjm old wiy. Tuk- no i tlu-i, buy the best mid chtupivt.
Soiie limine unless marked " IVifi-uti.m " n I ftb" Mini, Tumetil.org & Co.,
MuiuOutuier-. Cluoisjo. Siz to hold 50 pouniL.
JOHN SANDERSON, FLAGSTAFF.
Flagstaff was lsited by quite a
heavy fall of snow on Sunday last.
Auditor Ken on. of tho Hihi ij eat
ing houses, i.pout Saturday in Flagstaff.
Hon. K. M. Sanfoul, of 1'itseott,
camo in on Thuisdays Main fii.m the
The neat invitations and progi.uns
for the Masonic lull weio piinted at
No tiaius from tho east last Tues
day, owing to a snow blockade in the
i:. M. Doe, of tho law firm of Stow
iii t & Doe, left for Pteseott last Mon
day on legal business.
Mis. T. F. McMillan and children
left on Monday last to visit ft lends in
Stanislaus county, California.
W. A. How e, imn of Yavapai eoun
tj's piominent supervisor, is verj
sick at his camp on Slato creek with
Dr. JlcCiiulless, a prominent physi
cian ot Pteseott, states that during his
twenty o.ns piaetiee in that town he
has never seen &o many sick.
Those ladies who will keep "open
house" on New Years day aieiequested
to send their names to tills office, so
that a complete list of those. who will
icceivo may bo publishedflS-THE Stv
of next Thursday.
Mine Host Coaltcr, of tho Hank
hotel, w ill servo the supper for the
Masonioball to-morrow night, which
is a sufficient guaranteo that it will
bo excellent. The tables will belaid
on tho lower floor of tho new Habbitt
Walter Windxir, recently connected
with The Sun, w ill leave for the Grand
Cam on dm iti'' the coming week.
where ho will spend tho icmainderof
tho winter prospecting for tho preeiuus
metals with which tho depths of the
Tho wot bound trains on the At
htntie & Pacific havo been i tinning be
ltiud schedule tlmo dining the past
week, tho delays being caused by snow
blockades on the Santa Fo load at
Tiiiilil.nl in Colorado. Thus far no
incom enieneo has been occasioned by
tho fall of snow on this di ision.
While attempting to board a pass
enger train at Wi'lslow Satin day, a
passenger had a nauow escapo from
serious injury. Ho caught on to the
i car car and was dragged tho cntiio
length of tho jaid befoio tho tialn was
itopped. Judging from Jjio flight ho
leeched ho is not likely to make any
moio such focjlish breaks again soou.
On Satuiday evening last tho resl
doneo of. Mr. J. Wilbur, on the south
side of town, was discovered to be on
the and befoio nssistanco ould bo
rendered tho entire building was in
llanies. Tho family were absent fiom
tho house at tho tlmo and how the firo
miginated is a mystery. The loss is
estimated nt $2,000, paitly covered by
Clint les Canall, eleetilelaii for ho
Atlantic & Pacific railroad, with head
quaiters at this place, letiirued Mon
duv fiom a month's vacation spent in
St. L;uis, uhoii Cliailoy stalled on
hisjiip it was I'tiniorrj) that hu would
outer the fold of tlio benuilioU tau bij
tetuin to Flagstnff, but such leport
has pi oven untrue. Charley is still a
aiuglo man, open for engagfinents.
A " T - . - IT m tJ fW
It K way ahead of -uiythiu.; you- ''iui in tho house,
.Ma It! of Tin, tlu1 het m ttoiial for the puipo.su.
from in 'Id o
mice, rat mi
oi ma tniev. u win Kep
I erckiiMeiiis Fii-.h ihui
i ImUii, 0.10 be iit tl in a mfi
h -uMnsof liborund w.n.tf.
Go to Cook & Leo for Christmas
Flagstaff mei chants all leport the
holid.i) tr.ulo good.
Go to P. J. Hrannens for Christinas
pieseuts. Given awaj,
Chtistm.is ttees to-night at tho
Methodist and Ptosbytonaa ehitrelies.
Si'o Hiauaens lino . of
Tlio latest novelties for
John Siadcison lias something to
say to our leaders today in the shape
of a now advertisement.
Joe Uianac'i has been confined to
his looni this week, wiestling witii tho
prev ailing epidemic la grippe.
T. J. Giaeo and family this week le
nioved to Williams, wheto they will
engage in tho lestauraat business.
S.ind Donahuo is awako to his best
inteiests, ami lias had a gravel walk
laid front his piaee of business to tho
Japanese silk in plain and embioi
deted at 50o to 2.M each, also a big
asMii Intent of muluVis. See them at
Johnny Donahue, who has made his
homo in Flagstaff for tho p.ist two
years, hU for his fotmcr home in New
HandKerehTcfsecUianticn's w bi
llow, life 'cheapest and best assort-
inent in t.iwu. Heatitifnl hem MUclieil
oad ombhiidercd fiom 20c up to $1 70
It S. printed holders Co to i!5oi
tlio tailor, has had an
tin precede tiled tush in his line of busi
ness tho Ji.tst two weeks, occasioned by
the appriaehing holidays. Ho is keep
ing n largo mice 01 men euijinycu uu
aic often compelled to wuikitoightccn
hours a day.
The largo panes of plain glas's j!or
tho windows of tho new Habbitt build
ing arrived this week, and have been
renioied to the stole. Much earo had
to bo ex iei-od in unloading this glass
from tl 0 cars, as the breakage of a
single p .in would cntain a los of sev
eral Inn IredditlhpS
T. E. Uhkc a milling man of Den
ver, wa in Flagstaff Wednesday. Mr.
Dhikc a Interested with parlies at
Needles! Cal., in a mining proposition
and tin- will build a 100-stanip at that
id ace ijurinjr next year. The Aulhtir
Fori cstproccss will bo used and priu
ei pally cohl oics will bo woiked
Presl jloiiau Chiireli.-Doc. 27, 18511. 1
Sabbat 1 school 10 a. 111. Morning $
service, u a. in. suojeci "iei us
go now! ven unto Hetheleham and i.eo
this tti ig which is como to pass."
Young leoplo's meeting at 0:30 p. 111.
KvenliU seniep, 7jJD p. 111. buhjeet
TIioikIU for tho closing of tliojear.H
riding is soniowhat of a lit:eif-
fil'sl.tiT. A pair of high Mup-
ineets in stiver mounted bar-
tho usual number of slelgli
inn lilulicd to ;i fmiey cutter.
id for f5 for the Hist hour and
Wi hour thereafter. Jeains,
mand, and as slelgli-iiding in
is a uove!l), aid indulged in,
v davs dining llio ve.ir, even .
Jil.teu. und wjijle if lasts the I
il me busy, bit 1 lie siuMirt ,s
to .ici ruh in
The swelling off season is at hand.
Thero was not a quorum at the Lio.ud
of Trade meeting last night.
0. A. Gieeiilaw has moved from
Milton to his residenco iti Flagstaff.
High mass will be celebrated at tho
Catholic church to-night at 1 o'clock.
A. T. Cornish has oideis for 18,000
tons of ieo and will comnieneo cutting
as soou as tho ice is good enough.
Rev. N. F. Norton will preach a
Cluistnus sermon next Sunday morn
ing. There will be special singing for
Fred Hunker and John It) an hi ought
in a number of fiuo deer one day this
week, 'which thoy killed in tho niouii
tains south of hot e.
Kdwnrd Alvord, a miner who has
woihod in Mohavo county for some
timev died of pneumonia after an ill
ness of only a few dajs.
The ladies of tho M. K. church will
give a first class ojster supper New
Year's ov c, Dee. 31st, at Norris' hall
on San Francisco avenue.
K. S. Gosney left Tuesday night for
tho east. Mr. Gosney will spend
Christmas in Joseph, Mo. Ho expects
to bo absent three months.
J. F. Daggs,
has a force of men at
of a well on ids ranch
north of Prcseott 7unetion. They ex
pect to find w atcr at tho depth of 200
Parties intending to make New Year
calls should place their orders lor call
ing cards with Tun Sun office, where
thoy will get only tho best wot k and
nt reasonablo pi ices.
During January thero will be a good
many Flagstaff people in tlin Grand
Can) on' prospecting. With the pros
pectors already in the Canton there
will be men enough to start a good
Within tho past week P. J. Hrannen
has hail two handsome show cases
placed in Ids stoioon Railroad avenue.
Mr. Hrannen is one of Coconino 001111-
tj's most progressive merchants, al
ways keeping abreast of tho times. A
beautiful display of holiday goods is
made it) the new show cases.
Our popular merchant G. A. Hi ay,
the man who is noted for being always
happy and in good spit its, will leave
for Hoston during the coming week,
where he will join his w ife, who has
been visiting relatives theio for some
mouths past. Mr. and Mis. Dray will
rutin n to Flagstaff in the spring.
ThoChi isttnas tree at tho M. E.
church is"ivtInjs"oiio and will bo heavy
laden to-ttlght. There w ill be a short
nroiiram. consistius .of siusinr and
.. th c , c, v nill ,
1 - --..-- . K
pear and distribute tho prescuts. Tli&
tree and exercises aro free to all. Ex
ercises conimcueo at 7:30.
W. R. Worth, tlio popular clerk at
the Hank hotel, left on Monday even
ings cxpi ess for La Grojide, Oregon,
where lie goes to look after some prop
erty interests. "Hilly" will spend
Chtistmas with friends in San Jose,
California, after which ho will proceed
to his destination. Mr. Worth's many
f 1 lends iu Flagstaff join The Sun in
wishing him a safe joutney and speedy
In making tho rounds in quest of
qevys one day tltls week, The Sun man
stepped into tlje postoflice, vvhero he
found Harry Zuck v igoriously sw ing
ing a pair of Indian clubs. When
asked if I10 was in training for a prize
fight, Harry replied tha,t lie was doing
it "just for exercise." If any of our
young men ale in need of muscular ex
ercise, wo will allow them to call at
tliis olllco on prus days and take a
tuinattlio cylinder press. Don't all
speak at ouce.
Cakes Without Eggs,
Observing housekeepers quickly learn that Dr. Price's
Cream Baking. Powder is far superior to other brands in
the fact that they never fail to make the finest pastry, and
If they wish to be economical Ithey can dispense entirely with
eggs and can use a less quantity of butter for shortening
purposes. The advantage is not alone in the saving effected
but in avoiding the trouble and frequently the great difficulty
of securing eggs that are fresh. This is often a serious
Calces of various kinds from the informal Griddle
Cakes to the stately Bride Cake can be made with Price's
Cream Baking Powder, which insures light, sweet and hand
some cakes; or when used for Griddle Cakes to bo eaten hot
enables their production in the shortest space of time, always
tender and delicious.
Pr, Price's is the only Baking Powder that contains the
'white of eggs. None so pure ! None so wholesome !
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is re
ported by all authorities as free from Ammonia,
Alum," or any other adulterahtUhfact,jie
purity ui mis iucui uuwucirjuu;.ucvcf. wvu'
l'rotilotcu. ' I
W. A. UNsoll, geneial passenger and
freight agent of tho Atlantic & Pacific,
who was called hero on business con-
.. ... . I.. til. it. . I ..rt!... I. . . -
IIUUIL'll Willi IIIU yCHCl.U OIUCC, I1.1S Kl-
. 1 .. fl.ltt !. !,.. I....! .
HU IIU1I HI O.lllllirill.l. UCIOIU ICVVIII
ho virtually admitted that II. S. Van
Slyeh, tho pro niiient chief eleik under
MaiorF. T. Uerrv. would on thu 1st
of January become the local passenger
and freight agent for the Atlantic & """ ,s l:,h(L" ' :'- "B "
,,..., , i . . , rectly upon tho blood and mucous sur-1
Pacific, vice thoinajoncslgncil,wlioifilBes'of1tlin moin ,ier,.i,y,mtmj.
will leturii to his family in Southern hig the foundation of tho disease, and
Califotiii.i. Mr. Van Slyeh lias been
witii tho company since June, 13SG,
coming heio fiom Aiizona, and for
four years was a competent deik in
tho auditing department under Auditor
Pope. In January lSOO,' lie accepted
tho chief cleikship of tin- ti.ifiie de
partment and Ids pumiotion is well
mei fted. Ho is a New Yotker by bit th
and a good one at tli.it. His sister,
Miss Van Slyeh, is one of tlio compe
tent public school teachers of our city.
A Montana exchange states that the
cattlemen of that state aro now in fear
that they aro going to experience great
opposition and haidship in biinging
cattle into that state fiom the south
next spiing. The disposition of the
cattlemen in Wyoming is such that
they will thiow every obstacle iu the
way of unloading cattle to bo diiven to
Montana, ami it is certain that Dakota
will not allow tin1 southern cattle to bo
dumped in that state. This puts things
iu bad shape, as fully as many cattle
arc expected to bo shipped north tho
coming spiing as weio shipped last
spring. Our exchange says southern
cattle must of necessity be brought in,
audiotwithstnuding the opposition of
tlio Wyoming cattlemen, the cattle will
have to be driven from points in Wy
oming if no way out of tho dilemma
appeals. On ae-ount of the close
drawing of the qttatautiiio lines iu
Texas, the main bulk of northern ship
ments will necessarily bo made fiom
Aiizona and New Mexico, and it is
hoped tho difficulties now existing be
tween our northern brethren may bo
amicably adjusted, although not thorn
havers teaily anticipate that the biing
ing of cattle In next spring will be an
oi deal bc-et witii hardship and loss.
Owen Hannig.iu, a native of Itelatid,
aged C5, died iu Pteseott Tuesday
morning after an illness of but a few
days. Ho sustained some injury a few
weeks ago fiom a fall while cairying
a bale of hay , w as taken down w itlt
inlltieua last Ftid.iy. Deceased was
an old and respected resident of Pres-
. , . .
11 V mED. W. SMITH.
Uang up tho IiItccsI
Mocking us rluliln n al
Is cotiiiu? to (III It up
fcri)ou.TAtit nliHo tlio J(
llttio "pcoplu please; I.,, '
Itupi. j uur uitriMiius
MOCkllH! Is full OftKlUs
like tlice. Or couro
you II looK for money,
and this I Iiolw you II
tiiwl. mil tiieru nru
other thliiifs ncoiled to
lirlli? a lie iceful mind.
And so bcslilu kccurnu
tlin moMt ii I) u n ihi n l
weiillh, I liutra wltliln
jour stockhi!; jim'lt
liavRtliu Iiesl of lieallli.
A cheerfiil clUKhltloii
j ou needn't here bo told
Is north tp Its no4M
kor i) iiiliio of lrli
giiKt. Tli on in your
Hits prlo I trust you'll
see, and If J ou (to not
need It, pleaso for
ward It to me. Of
charity and ktnd.
nrsa you'll want
to lliii) a tot, aim
there Is (ruiior
othur tli I li if.
too. we mutt
pidv. to innkii
Unit's a host nf
friends. Then lust
of all, and creator far
than any other thltiir.
Illness Hi it nil llio re.,V vvlll
hrlnj;. Kvi'iTtlihu to hu iut
In till.' HtixKlii will bufnum nt
flit. 1). J.
91 OO -Howard. 51 OO.
The readers ofthuSuNw'Hbcplc.wd
to learn that there Is at least one(
dreaded disease tliat science Inn been J
ttlilit t.k .til -1 in oil if clmrm iil tit it '
' i" vuiu in .til U3 ri.10, ..i.. ...... 1
la ..nl.l.l.1. 1 T.. IO I ".. , .. I , 1. Oi I ft ta ttfl.fv
in v.in. 4.. a v.n ...... .... .a ....
only positivo euro now known to tho
medical fraternity. Cat.uih being a
constitutional disease, u-quiics a con-
stitutln.il treatment. Hall's atanhf i
giving the patient strength by building j J
ii wit; vfusiiiiiutm nun
ass.sting "a -
turn iu i lolmr 11s w-nrk- I !u nroo
o ' i i
tors have so mucit faith in it.s curative
powets, that they offer One Hundred
Doll. us for any cttso that it falls to
cine. Send for list of testimonials.
Adiess, F. J. CucNcr& Co..
B,Sold by Druggists, 73c. p
To tlio Vubllc.
Notiie is heieby given that the finii
of Daggs Hros. xvas on the 28th of
August, 18'JO, dissolved by mutual
YOU WILL FIND US ON TOP
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Wttli MoroXcxv Xocltlrn, fresh style, Vnlquo Attractions nod Jlcautlful
iooU4 than ccr.
The BIG CHANCE d the BEST CHANCE
To buy your Fall and Winter Goons is now offered.
i nous sock o? mvm mm is opened
Such Qualities and such Trices v?e hne never before been nblo lo oifor
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STAPLE AND RAISIOY .
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Fine Flannels and Woolens.
Cold irfathfr Dry Ooa.lt Xetfr
DOMESTICS AT L0 W WATER MARK FIGURES
FAXCY GOODS, 2sTOTIOXS AXD XOVELTIES,
Tint ire Ilf iflitlon la Iltantr, Mrrlt and Clifapnm.
THE NEWEST IDEAS, THE BEST GOODS MADE, THE' GREATEST VARIETY AXD THE
" FAIREST FIGGRESL
friceslilbh tho Beach of -III,
EterjlKxlr l delieliied nllh oar illtpUr or Vail and VTIntrr 0ood, and VOU II1 b. "
netnomlJBr, Wa Stand at tho Top in Style, Quality, Variety and Low Prices.
More bikers arc irntc,l to mjte this large stock, and no inducemeaU nill l If ft unmade to stll Good.
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3. MARTIN'S .
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Wine3 and Cigars.
Fine Amber Bourbon Whiskoy,
Cold Spring 3-year Old Whiskey,
Game Cock 3-ycar Old Whiskey,
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anil Now is B line to'Jiiap
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I am plodding along and taking life just
as easy as 1 can, Am selling good straight
goods for cash at a moderate profit, and I
find it a first-rate way to do business and
keep my trade. I don't aim to become rich
in one year. Have no particular extra bang
up bargains to offer; no old stock on hand;
no wife at present (I am sorry to say) to
blow in my wealth (she's visiting her relatives
east ) No book accoums to worry over. If -there
is anything that will fret a merchant
and keep him full of grief, it is old book ac- -
counts against Tom. Jack -and the Devil.-
Tom's account is good when it rains; Jack'ssf t
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