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THURSDAY. APRIL 12. 1891.
SOTIOI2 TO THIS 1'UULIC.
H rontroots and Wits for advertising pny
inwir locals to cents per line for first In
scrttou. "1 5 cents ier lino for each subso-
Tun Coconino Son Is pleased to contrlbuto
In public mutters, biit all notlcesiof festivals,
fans, niccttwrs of societies, suppers, enter
tainments ami mention of marriages, births
nd death, beyond the regular announce
ment, w ill bo chai Bed for at regular rates.
New ' spring
Sonic n imly weather this week.
Kov. J. T. Hcrco Is expected homo
Friday or Saturday.
J. H. Hoskins, Jr., mado a trip to
Los Angeles this week.
Copies of tho Cocoxixo Su. cau bo
had at tho News Depot. '
The Catholics ol Wihslow will com
plete tlioir church this year.
George Hochdcrffer.left Saturday for
a trip to Strong Citj-, Kansas.
Attend tho towuslto meetiug iu Bab
bitt's hall on tomorrow night. '
Hawks & Heuuessy have filed their
butcher bond with the recorder.
The Arizona Ceutral Bank pays fair
rates of interest on timo deposits.
II. Z. Ztiek left Tuesday, for, a two
weeks' vacation In southern California.
E. J. Bevaus is couflncd to his room
with a s ere attack of tho rheumatism.
1. J. Branncn returned from a trip
to southern California points Sunday.
Rev. G. E. Poolor, pastor of tho M.
E. church at Wiuslow, was in town
jesterda'. .' ;;
All kinds of sheet iron ami tin work
including roollug and spouting, done
by Hoxworth it Co.
The Su.v has a larger subscription
list than all tho other papers published
in Coeou ino county.
The Railroad plat of tho townsito of
Flagstaff has been Hied iu tho recorder's
office- of tins county.
Tho p.iy checks for tho A. & P. em
ployes wcro distributed along tho lino
by tho pay car Saturday and Sunday.
Auton Klein shipped a carload of hay
to Challender yesterday. He obtained
21 per ton for it delivered on tho cars
D. C. Leach and wife, of Winslow,
spent Monday hero-visiting friends.
Mr. Leach is now day operator at Win-
Our wool growers have sent to Las
Vegas, for a lot of sheep shearers who
are willing to work at tho reduced
For town lots, tho purchaso or leaso
of railroad lands, apply to C. II. Fan
cier. General Agent of Laud Dep't,
Albuquerque, N. M.
FraukZuck and sisters, Misses Myrtle
and May, of Holbrook, left for Los An
geles on Tuesday, where they, will
spend tho nest two weeks.
Thomas J. Moyor has been, appointed
deputy clerk of tho district court, and
will havo charge of tho oflico. during
tho absence of Clerk Gibson.
When the hair has fallen out, leaving
tho head bald, if tho scalp is not shiny,
there Is a chance of regaining tho hair
by using Hall's Hair Bencwer.
Frank Dexter, who for tho past year
has been porter at tho Bank hotel, left
Monday for Prcscott, where-he has ac
cepted a like position witlf the Burke
Tho public, school will closo Friday
of next week. An entertainment will
be given by tho the teachers and pupils
in Babbitt's hall on the night of Friday,
April 50th. -
Ono might as well try to stum the
rapids of Niagara, as to expect perl ret
health whilo a sci of ulous taint exists in
tho blood. Through Its purifying prop
erties, Aycr'ssarsnparilla removes ov.;ry
vestigo of scrofulous polsou from l.he
J. W. FJnnders.'tho traveling repre
sentative of Dr. J. C. Aver & Co., of
Lowell, Mass, was hero this week on
his aunual trip. Mr. Flanders when
last hero visited tho Grand Canyon of
tho Colorado rlvor, nnd it is his intcu
tiou to mako tho trip again next yoar.
Tho latest results of pharmaceutical
science, and the best modern appliances
are availed of in compounding Ay er's
sarsaparilla. Hence though hal i a
century In existence as a medicine it
is fully abreast 6f tho ago in all that
goes to mako it tho standard blood
purillcr. Tho. members of Ransom Post, G. A.
It., nro having their hall painted, aud
surrounded with a wide walk. Tho
stones and rubbish on their lots havo
been removed. Tho boys aro already
beginning preparations to entertain the
encampment which will meet here in
Margucrito cigars, 8 for 25 conts at
Call for lato styles and beautiful mil-
llnory at Ladies' Bazaar.
A nlco assortment of cream candy In
today at tho News Depot
For a nieo tender stoak go to Hawks
& liounossy, iu the .Babbitt building.
Hawks & Houuessy mako their own
bologna sausage, and it is made from
tho, choicest meats. '
Read tho new 'advertisement of tho
Arizpua.Lumbor & Timber Co., on the
llrst'pago of this' issue.
Tho Coconino" Sun is the only re
publican paper on tho liuo of tho A. &
P. railroad in Arizona.
Oscar Gibson, clerk of tho district
court, left Monday evening for Sacra
mento; Cal. Ho will bo absent four
Fon, Salb Oh Rent Tho Williams
livery stable. ' For terms and particu
lars address Sandfohd Uowe, Selig
man," Aiizona. f
Charles A. Groaulaw left Tuesday
evoulng for Alaska. Ho well look up
tho possibilities of that territory for
tho lumber business.
Tho Sun job department has received
a number of now faccs.of script typo,
and tho latest styles and sizes of ladies'
calling cards aro kept iu stock.
S. S. Ackoi received, of Harry Fulton,
of Cauyon Diablo, Tuesday, two line
Berkshire hogs. Mr.r Acker will take
them to his Apacho Maid ranch for
Tho A. &P. railroad isdoiugalargo
passenger business this month. Trains
both east and west' arc loaded, and
many days it is impossible to got a
berth in a Pullman.
A petition is being circulated pray
ing tho board of supervisors to pass a
no fenco order, so far as hogs are con
cerned. Tho owners of hogs havo gen
erally signed tho petition.
- J. M. Brannon, having purchased tho
News Depot, stock hopes to bo fa
vored with tho patronage of its old
customers and extends to every ono a
cordial invitation to call aud see his
Notico has bceu served that the case
of Emma Gonzales vs. E. W. French
and J. E. Jones, trustees of tho town
site of Flagstaff will soon conic up for
trial in tho supremo court of tho United
The Gallup Gleaner -sayst -Miss Ella
Hawks, of Flagstaff, U hero and is
otopping with Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Bar
ney. Wo understand that Miss Hawks
Is here for tho purposo of establishing
a Kindergarten school.
Tho "A Pretzel Co." played Monday
aud Tuesday nights in Babbitt's hall to
crowded houses. Tho troupe is a good
ono and deserves tho patronage be
stowed upon it, and it isliopodthat
thoy may como this 'way' again.
Advertisers desiringlto reach the
people should place Jheir advertising
alougtho A. &I ui,northcrnArizona,
and has a larger number of subscribers
iu tho county than all tho other papers.
A. E. Williams, of McKonua, Wis.,
and II. E. Salslch, of Hartland, Wis.,
wero iu town this work, looking over
tho pino lands in this section. Both
gentlemen aro oxpovienced lumbermen
aud they were well pleased with tho
pino forest of Arizona.
F. J. Hochdorffer and family, who
havo been spending tho winter in
Tempo, voturncd.Tuesday. Mr. Hoch-
dcrffer aud son, Fred were cugagod in
tho butcher business, .during. the past
four months and wcro 'doing well. The
advent of hot weather' iu tho Salt river
valloy drove them to tho cool, delight
ful summer climate of the San Fran
E. W. Barker, tho Kansas cattlo
buyer, is in town this week. Mr. Bar
ker bought a largo number of cattle
hero last year and has yet 2,500 head
of Ids' purchase which he has been un
able to disposo of. Owing to tho largo
number of workiugmon out of employ
ment, duo 'to the shutting down of
manufacturing establishments, there
has not been tho usual demand for beef,
and consequently the market has had a
See tho News Depot ad. in this issue.
Mrs. Livingston, of Winslow, spent
There aro a good many cases of
mumps iu town.
Mrs. A. W. Wild, of Needles, is visit
ing friends hero.
F. W. Sisson mado a business trip to
Kingman this week.
.Frank Fotilko left Saturday on a
business trip to Los Augeles.
F. W. Smith, and Art Allistcr re
turned from Los Angeles Saturday.
Whilo out shopping don't fail to see
Lecka & Chandler's sample photos.
Mrs. P. G. Cornish returned Satur
day from a two months' visit in Los
Babbitt Bros, shipped on Saturday
two carloads of cattlo to Strong
W. G. Stowart returned Monday
from Kiugmau, where lie has been at
If you want a liuo roast of either
beef, mutton or pork, you can get it at
H.iwks & Houncssy's.
Judgo Hawkins passed through hen
last night on his way to St. Johns to
hold a term of district court.
Every Fi iday is "baby day" at Lecka
& Chandler's; $3 per dozen this week
for babies uudev two. years old.
Frank JIart returned from Oakland,
Cal., Sunday to look after his stock in
terest in this aud Apache counties.
Mrs. J.A.Lamport, who has been
spending tho winter in Minuesota and
Kansas, returned to Flagstaif Tuesday.
E. E. Elliuwood, U. S. district attor
ney, was iu town yesterday aud lell
last night for Tucson to attend. a session
of U. S. court.
J. B. Pouthics, yesterday whilo shoe
ing an unruly horse, got ono of tho fin
gers of Ids left hand broken by haung
It caught in the halter.
G. S. Dent, of tho Indian territory,
arrived this week. Mr. Dent is a
cousin of E. S. Wilcox, and ho will re
main here during tho summer.
W. E. Becson, who for tho past year
has had charge of Apacho Maid ranch
for S. S. Acker, will with his family
return to Flagstaff next week.
T. A. Riordan left Friday for a trip
to Honolulu. Mrs. Riordan accompa
nied him as far as San Francisco and
die may visit the Sandwich Islands.
John Uerr, tho tailor, returned from
Prcscott Saturday. Ho has madn ar
rangements to locate in that placo and
expects to leavo hero about tho 20th
E. G. York, of Haekbcrry, Henry
Heide. of Winslow, and Max Salzman,
of Williams, were here Saturday night
attending a meeting of Flagstaff Lodge
$o. 7. F. & A. M.
Tho board of supervisors fixed tho
date for their next meeting without
consulting tho almanac, as tho 15th
instant falls on Sunday. They will
meet Monday, tho 16th inst.
Dad Hawks and Robt. Houuessy are
slaughtering a new brand of cattle.
They aro all hind quarters and no
boues. Thoy havo tho exclusive uso of
this brand for tho entire world.
Prof. Douslns reports a comet as
being visible in tho southeastern sky.
Tho.-'heavenly visilor can be seen best
about' 4 o'clock in the morning and is
as largo as a star of tho third magni
' The C. L. S. C. will meet at tho resi
dence of D. .M. Riordan next Tuesday
night. Tho assignments for tho week
are as follows: "Classic Latin Course,"
from pago 117 to chapter VII; iu "Song
and Legend," chapter II.
Milton Katzcnbere. the traveling
representative of Lowcnthal & Myers,
of Albunuerciue, is in town today. He
says that new discoveries aro still bcin!r
made iu tho Uociiiu mining insuiti,
and that the excitement isstill unabated.
Tho republicaus of Albuqiierquo last
week elected their municipal ticket.
They elected J. F. Luthy mayor. Mr.
Luthy is an old tiu'io Arizouan and an
uli'n man and will make an efficient
official and his every effort will bo
awards a good administration of the
affairs of tho office.
Cured by Using
Words cf Comfort to AH who Suffer from
"For years, I was a martyr to o!
indigestion, and had about given o
up all hopo of ever finding relief, j
as tho complaint only seemed to
grow worso instead of better, oi
under ordinary treatment. At o
last, I was induced to try Ayer's g
Sarsaparilla, and I hereby testify g
that after using only three bot- o
tles,Iwascured. I can, therefore, o
confidently recommend this mod- g
icino to all similarly afflicted." 0
Franklin Beck, Avoca, la. o
11.. I ..ln,l O
"i am personally nciiutiiuiuu 0
with Mr. Beck and believe any o
ofntomnnf lin mnv mnko to bo O
true." W. J. Maxwell, Drug- g
gist and Pharmacist, Avoca, la. 0
"I havo used Ayer's Sarsapa- g
rilla for general debility and, as J,
a uioou-uuniiui, "; """'-i
actly as is claimed for it.v S. J.
ADAMS, J'.ZZCll, XUXUB,
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT.
This week we move our Dry Goods Department into the
corner room, which when fitted up will be the finest dry goods
department in the territory.
We have ordered lots of new goods. You will find our
assortment full. We will always make special effort to keep
in stock a good assortment and at prices suitable for hard
times. When you want dry goods try
A shipment of Baby Carriages just received.
J. M. BRANNEN, Proprietor.
A 4nHM for Trhihltlon O
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR?
All tho Dalicaci93 of the Season Fresh from the Market.
You are invited to call and inspect my Stock.
FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. .......
IntercatlnsXews from Our LlvoSUter
Tho .Most Favorable) Tolnt.
Prof. A. E. Douglas is making ob
servations with his six-inch telescope
from various points in this vicinity.
Oa Saturday his iustrumentwas moved
to tho mountain south of Fort valley,
but thtf weather was unfavorable foa
observation until Monday aud Tuesday
nights. The result of tho observation
has been that the professor has found
almost perfect conditions of atmos
phere, the favorable lcsults obtained
being greater than at any other point
Iu the territory that he has visited.
Prof. Douglas is so well pleased that
ho will remain some time yet aud tako
observations from tho peaks of tho San
Francisco mountains, ami from some of
tho lower points cast of tho mountains,
aud ho may go to the rim of tho Grand
C.inyon and gazo at tho heavens
through his telescope from that point.
The result of the observations here
is all tho more gratifying from the fact
that tho most unfavorable weather hero
during tho year is in the months of
April and May.
O. It. T.
Williams, Ariz., April 10. 1891.
Rev. O. J. McFadden returned from
California Sunday after a short visit.
Mrs. Harry Gates started for San
Bernardino Sundayon train No. 1, on
learning that her brother, who has
been sick, was worse.
Mrs. W. M. llutlcr has returned to
Williams after passing tho winter in
Tho Williams Social club gave the
closing ttaucc on Monday evening.
Mr. C. E. Boycc's store is rapidly
Hearing completion, under the skillful
hands of John Keck, contractor and
Dr. W. M. Johnston has nearly com
pleted tho change in his drug store,
and it isfinishud up in goodstjlc.
Ucv. J. A. Moore, of Cincinnati,
Ohio, arrived last week. Mr. Moore Is
an old schoolmate of Probate Judge E.
J. Babbitt. Ho is in poor health aud
will remain here a few weeks.
That's what business men
must have uowadays, when
things have to be pushed. If
what odors for sale Is
That particular brand of
crackers must bo the very
best. But Sanderson docs
not limit his stock to one
A local division of the Order of Rail
road Telegraphers was organized in
Winslow on the 1st inst., by R. W. Mc
Garvic, an organizer from San Fran
cisco. Tho local divisiou, which is the
only ono between Raton and Los An
geles, starts out under promising con
ditions with twenty-seven charter mem
bers. Tho following ofllccrs wero
elected: C. F. Rice, past chief tcle-
grapher;'D. C. Leach, chief telegrapher;
R. Allen, assistant chief telegrapher;
A. J. Pulte, secretary and treasurer;
F. R. Cunningham, junior telegrapher;
W. D. Howe, senior telegrapher; G. W.
McFaddin, inside sentinel; F. R. Creth
ers, outside sentinel. 1). C, Leach and
R. Allen wcro chosen dolegatcs to tho
national convention, which meets in
Denver next monthf tho alternates are
F. R. CuuuinghamandF. W. Crothers.
The division meets in K. of P. hall in
Winslow the lastSuudayin each month.
Mr. McGarvio is interviewing the oper
ators aIon2 tho line of the road, and it
is expected that all tho operators will
become members of Winslow mvision.
Stock is Big.
Ho invites you to his store
and he will convince you
that it is
Rev. T. C. Mo!Mt returned today
from a trip to Needles.
nUSII-In FlairslulT. on ADrll P, 1801, to the
WHO OI U. A. JJU-SI1, ii tu"
Awarded Highest Hono "S-World s Fair.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes-o Years the Standard.
Tho Complexion or a Chinese
Is not yellower than that of an un
fortunate iuclividtiaUwboso liver com
plaint has assumed tho chronic form.
The eyeballs of tho sufferer assume a saf
frou hue, thero is a dull pain in tho re
gion of the organ affected, tho tongue Is
coated, breath sour, sick headaches
usually but not always occur, and there
is sometimes dizziness on arising irom
a sillinr posture. Constipation and
dyspepsia aro common attendants of
this very common ailment, always in
its aggravated form, liable to breed
abscesses of the liver, which aro very
daugcrous. Hostetter's Stomach bit
ters wholly cra-liatcs it, as well as tho
troubles complicated with it and which
it originates. In chills and fever, a
complaint which always yields to tho
bitters, the liver is seriously involved.
This tine alterative tonic remove
cosiiveness and ind'gestion, rheumatic,
nervous and kidney trouble aud debility.
Tho board of trustees of the territo
rial reform school met iu the office of
J. E. Jones, the secretary of tho board
at 1:30 on Thursday last. Tho mem
bers present were George Babbitt, John
Vories and A. II. Smith, and J. E.
Tho various plans received for the
proposed building wero examined and
tho secretary was instructed to write to
the several architects whoso plans met
with the approval of the board for esti
mates of the cost of building.
The secretary was instructed to write
tho railroad company asking them to
make tho deed for the land chosen.
A few bills were allowed by the
Thero was on March 1st, about
$5,000 lu tho territorial treasury to the
credit of tho reform school, and it is
expected that tho amount raised from
the levy of last year will reach $15,000,
aud that tho proposed school will cost
from $20,000 to $25,000.
Work will bo commenced as soon as
the board accents some of tho plans and
estimates which will be submitted. Tho
work of clearing the grouud will be
commouced next week.
J. N. Preston, an architect from Los
Anrrnles. is ill town for the purposo of
conferring witlrtho board in regard to
plans which he has submitted.
To trade nith him iu tho
way of Family Supplies.
3IOYER & PALMER,
g trlcal instruments, tcle-
- pnones, cic. tiprcss aim
mall orders sollclti-d. All work warranted.
Babbitt's Mock, Flagstaff. Arlioua.
We guarantee satisfaction $4 per
dozen; $2.50 i dozen for cabinet
photos, Lecka & Chandler.
Thero will be a meeting of tho resi
dents of Flagstaff on Friday evening,
April 13th. at 8 o'clock, at Babbitt's
hall, for too purposo of transacting
important business relative to tbo
towusite. All persons interested nro
urgently requested to attond.
E. J. Babbitt,
The cutting of meat properly and
preparing it in shape for cookiuz
makes a great saving in tho meat bill.
Hawks & Hcnnessy understand this
part of tho meat business thoroughly
and consequently it is economy for
you to buy your meat there.
Tor Salo or Exchange.
Two hundred and fifty shares of tho
capital stock of the Newhall Oil and
Pipo Line Co., shares at $100 each,
$22,000. Will trade for land.
Two hundred shares of the capital
stock of the New England and Southern
California Land Improvement Co.
Two hundred and fifty shares of cap
ital stock of the Nevada Hydraulic
Miuitiir Comnanv worth$2,500. Will
trade for land.
Six hundred and forty acres of laud
in Monterey county, California, mort
rasre $610. Will trade for lauil or
Three hundred and twenty acres lu
Lassen county, desert claim. Will
trade for anything.
Also a lot more California property.
Call on or address CnwsT Jantzen,
The Mammoth mino at Goldfield took
out seventy pounds of gold in an eight
hour run last week. The rock that is
being blasted out of the bed of the wash
runs nearlv as hilf as $20 per ton.
There is said now to be over one and a
half millions of dollars insight within
a few yards of the mill.
Eph Weiss, San Francisco; J Min-
turn, Las Vegas; W S Powers, West
Bay City, Mich; J A Moynihan, San
Francisco; A E Williams, McKenna; W
P Metcalf, Albuquerque; II E Salscli,
Hartland, Wis; Oscar Bacr, San Irau
cisco; Geo Woodward aud wife, Brad-foi-d,
Pa; J N Preston, Los Angeles; J
W Fra Jcis. Cha lo ider; E W Barker,
Burlington, Kansas; L M Whillden,
Philadelphia; B F Meyer, El Paso, Tex;
E G York, Hnckberry.
Laa nijiht wo had a thunder storm
anil this morning it nnwrd for an hour
Twoiucbesof enow fell this morning.