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FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1895. v
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FLAGSTAFF, 'ARIZONA .
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS,
Office of the Hoaud of Swehvis-
ohs of the County of Coconino, I
luuurronr of Arizona. Flag
staff, Arizona, October 18, 18U5.
Hoard met at their olllco on the
abovo date, and thero were present:
A. A. Dutton, Chairman.
0. II. Schulz, -
F. It. Nellis, members board.
C. A. Bush, Clerk.
The following business was trans
acted: Plans and speculations for coal
liousu and closet at courtho'iiso as pre-p-imJ
by J. C. Grim were considered
by thu board and on motion were
On motion tho clerk is instructed to
writo the board of supervisors of Yava
pai county requesting that they con
sent to n joint session of the boards of
supervisors of Yavapai and Coconino
counties to confer about matteis per
taining to thu bonds issued for the con
struction of tho Present t & Arizona
The board having received legal no
tice from E. S. Clark of the town of
Flagstaff, Arizona, that there were two
vacancies in the town council of Flag
staff, and thu board considering that
appointments should bo made 'to (ill
such vacancies; therefore, on motion,
duly seconded, Charles A. Keller and
John C. Grim were appointed as mem
bers of tho town council of tho town of
Flagstaff, to act as members of such
couucil of thu towu of Flagstaff until
their successors arc elected and duly
Thu following bids for tho construc
tion of a coalhousu and closet at tho
courthouse wore received:
Kennedy & Grim $9 10
A. W. Jurdiii 724
Wilson & Dietry man C24
In accordance with thu above bids
thu contract was awarded to Wilson &
Dietrymau, and a bond in tho sum of
$G00 was exacted for tho faithful per
formance of tho contract.
Ou motion thu clerk is instructed to
issue a claim certilicatu hi favor of J.
S. Button to the amount of 775 in pay
ment for thu construction of thu branch
jail at Williams.
The following petition from the tax
payers of tho town of Williams, county
of Coconino, Territory of Arizona, ask
ing that thu town of Williani3 bo incor
porated as thu "Town of Williams"
was presented to the board:
To tho Honorable Board of Super
visors, Coconino County. Arizona Ter
ritory: Your petitioners, the under
signed, respectfully represent and
state: That wu and each of us whoso
names are hereto subscribed' am resi
dent taxable Inhabitants of tho town
of Williams, Coconino county, Arizona
Territory, and that said towu contains
a population of more than live hun
dred Inhabitants, and that the metes
and bounds of said town are as fol
Beginning at tho northwest corner
of Section Thirty-three (33), Towu
ship Twentj-two (22) North, Range
Two (2) East, Gila and Salt River
Meridian, County of Coconino, Terri
tory of Arizona; running thence south
2.C40 feet, thuueo east 6,280 feet,
thencu north 5,280 feet, thetico west
5,280 feet, thenco south 2,040 feet to
tho point of beginning, being part of
Sections Thirty-three (33) and Twenty
eight (28), Township Twenty-two (22)
North, HangoTwo (2) East, Gila and
Salt ltiver Meridian.
Wherefore your petitioners pray:
1. That thu aforesaid town be incor
porated under and by virtue of tho laws
of tho Territory of Arizona, Act No. 72,
Seventeenth Legislative Assembly.
2. That it bo known by tho uamo of
tho Town of Williams.
3. That thu said town include thu
parcels and pieces of hind herein abovo
4. That your honorable b,oarj outer
i-.ii order upon your record, nuikitlgaud
constituting thu aforesaid, towu a body
politic and corporate, and do any and
all things necessary In tho premises,
and thus your petitioners will ever
I). J. Dazo Jos. Johnston
J. C. Phelau J. F. Phelan
E. N. Crawford E. G. DuBois
C. W. Doty E. Lamb
Andrew Drake Ed Lamb
H. F. Adams ' J. F. Michael
M. Altaian Thomas Donohuo
A. F. Poison J. T. Keck
E. Lcarnaul Jas. A. Johnson
J. A. McKinnon J. Sugais
C. S. McCormick T. A. Fleming'
E. Mayer Hardest' J. L. Davis
W. It. Latta Geo. Kendall
W. F. C. Gibson J. Slick
Poison Bros. Geo. M. Dougall
M. Salzmatt J. A. Pitts
F. It. Nellis J. Salzniiin
W. H. Hunter J. S. Roberto
J E. Brown Geo. (J. Wharton
C. E. Boycu James M. Sauford
Charles F. Roberts James Walsh
O. J. McFadden II. II. Farnsworth
P. S. Silvernail O. C. Lewis
J. S. Button J. Caiifniau
R. M. Francis Frank L. Jones
A. G Kouusovillu M. E. Thomas
E. D. Pillsbury Mrs. Bourdon
John W. Ross G. W. Robinson
W. L. Perkins C. T. Dains
Mrs. E. Frueiid W. J. Collard
E. H. Simpson F. A. Ciift
W. 11. Ileuloy Otto Lobrch
Tim O'Brien R. J. Williams
Geo Rumsy Elizabeth Lowell
R. D. Postel F. L. Rogers
Wm. Hayward P. A. Meliek
F. O. Poison S. L. Cornish
J. J. Gilson R. D. Poitlo
A. Tet.lalT E. P. Howell
T. M. Shelton E. N. Gray
J. Dugau R. E. Cash man
. J. Chapman John Lynch
0. R. Penny John Thompson
J. A. McKinnon Z. P. Smith
Wilson Webb M. J. Powers
I'll i I Thomas Fred Seelmeier
C. Hagcmati Alex Sheddeu
Jos. A. Ward C. W. Robinson
7.. S. Phillips Frank D. Willoy
W. P. Lamar C. A. Collett
The board being satisfied that at
least two-thirds of thu taxpayer of the
town of Williams had signed the fore
going petition, it is oidercd that thu
town bo and is hereby duly incorpo
rated in accordance with Act No. 72
of the Legislative Assembly of 1893 of
tho Territory of Arizona.
Tho metes and bounds of said Town
of Williams are as follows:
All the north half of Section Thirty
three (33) and the south half of Sec
tion Twenty-eight (28), in Township
Twenty-two (22) North, Range Two
(2) East, Gila and Salt River Mjiidian,
in Coconino county, Territory, and
shall bu known as the "Town of Wil
liams." On motion it was further ordered
that the following citizens and taxpay
ers, lesidunts of the town of Williams,
Lu and aro hereby appointed to act as
thu town couucil of . the newly incor
porated town of Williams, they In
servo uutil their successors are duly
elected and qualified: M. S.il.inan, J.
C. Brown, C. S. McCoimack, C. E.
Bo) co, A. F. Poison.
Approved: A. A. DuTro.v,
Attest: C. A. Bush,
Tho TruiiD-MlHs'sHl-ipl Commercial
Omaha, Neb., October 3, 1895.
Acting under authority of thu last
congress the executive committee here
by announce that tho next session of
tho congress will convunu in Omaha on
Monday, November 25, 1895, and will
probably continue four days.
Tho territory embraced in tho repre
sentation to thu eougress includes all
slates and territories lying west of tho
Mississippi river and those portions of
Minnesota and Louisiana wiiicli liucast
Thu objects of thu congress am to
secure such national legislation as is
calculated to promote thu business
interests and development of tho re
sources of tho states and territories
lying west of thu Mississippi river; to
increase reciprocal trado among them;
to discuss such questions s aro nat
urally suggested by its objects; to cul
tivate acquaintance, fraternal feeling
and hearty co-operation among tho
various commercial bodies represented.
It is tho desire of thu committeu to
confiue discussions to questions of com
mon interest, and to exclude so far as
possible all subjects which aro local In
their character. Thus far the follow
ing havo been suggested: Irrigation of
arid lands, thu Hawaiian question,
Nicaragua canal, bi-metalisni, con
struction ami improvement of water
ways and deep-water harbors, trans
mississippi freight tariffs aud discrimi
nations, rail and water. coinmuuicatiou,
between, western cities aud the S(wy-
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of levees ou tho Mississippi aud tribu
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tion of immigration, relief of agricul
tural depression, admission of terri
tories to statehood, disposition of
Tho governor of each statu or terri
tory may appoint ton delegates; tho
mayor of each city one delegate, aud
an additional delegate for every 5,000
nhabitants, provided, however, that
no city shall have more than ten dele
gates; eacli county one delegate,
through its executive officer; every
business organization, one delegate,
and an additional delegate for every
fifty members, provided, however, that
no such organization shall be entitled
to more than ten delegates. Tho gov
ernors of states or territories, members
of thu United States congress and ex
presidents of this congress aiu ex-otlicio
delegates, with all privileges of dele
gates except thosu of voting and ulec
tiou to office.
II. R. Whitmoue, President.
Ciias. F. Wem.ek, Secretary.
Tucson lias a number of cases of
Thu number of teachers in the tcrri
rilory is 311; number of pupils en
Juilgo Bethuno has dissolved tho
injunction against the town of Nogales
and the city government lus been re
The Phoenix "Gazette" says that
Whitciaw Reid, editor of the New York
"Tribune," will spend thu winter in
Tho grand jury of Pima county re
fused to return an indictment of libel
against Allen T. Bird, editor of thu
"Oasis" at Nogales. Sam Wubb, thu
collector of customs at Nogales, wanted
Tho company that recently pur
chased a part of tho Wormser ranch
across thu river is putting sixty mom
inuii to work. They intend to grow
caiiaigre ou an extensive scale. Ga
zette. Thero is talk that negotiations am
now ou for the purchase of the rails
of Bullock's lato old reliable railroad
for tho purpose of using them iu the
construction of a branch railroad from
Pliouuix to Gila Bend. Courier.
T'heru is a syndicate of capitalists in
Phoenix who aro now speculating ou
securing four corners on one of the
principal streets aud erecting on each
a block, with a view of establishing
that as thu center of business iu the
James Blanch was yesterday exam
ined as to his sanity. The board con
cluded that Blnucli was insane, but
thought that lie might havo beuu un
balanced by stroug driuk and that a
few days' rust might show au improve
ment iu his condition. He is violent
at times, aud had to bu put iu irons
Thursday, uight. Courier.
A now coal Held in Arizona is under
exploration and development. It is in
tho Whetstone mountains, only fifteen
miles from a railroad. Thu coal is a
first-rate canuul. It burns freely and
satisfactorily. Tho ledge is twenty
live feel thick and five miles long.
Eleven claims have been slaked out
aloug tho vein. One shaft will bo put
down seventy feet deep to tap the
ledgo from below. Florence Tiibune.
The board of supervisors of Mari
copa this week passed au ordinance
prohibiting the employment of inter
preters in tbo'courts at a greater sal
ary than $2 50 per diem. They will
pay iu that proportion for actual time
employed. The interpreter for the
Phoenix courts was also employed at
i!35 per m,outh. This ordinance will
effect a, saving of about 11,500 or
2,000 per year to the county.
(WIUTTEN FOIl THE COCONINO SU.V.
ThiirVi heaps o" desert down that way.
An' buzzards wlieelln'nUlit and day
'flirouyli bklesso pltlhsly blue
It secini us If tlicy never knew
Tlio scnileiiBss of mist and rain.
Tliar's ljloomln' lots of rocky plain.
An' bones of cattle (.cultured round
I.Ike (UtvtlV AxId'h on llm ground.
All Klmrp with cactus thorns, and gray
With hiigebrubli. Gord! but things Isg.iy
An' yet, here, fiomu kindlier land.
Of flowering Held and guldpn band,
I'roni friends, an' fun. un" lest, nil' home,
Jly heart goes wandering out to roam
Cause why? I'll tell you. 1'dapard
Out thar good sort, the kind's tliatV liuid
To have and u er quit forget
An' lie's thar he's out I liar yet,
HIcli? Well, no; yet, somehow, yes,
Itlcherthan most folks. 1 guess.
What he has b'longs to you, ,
Allurshasciiuugh for twos
Poulahluxt kind o' cuss to meet
lly field or Ureslde. house or street.
And lie? wal, yes, I'm boun' to say
He hceined Jest nalehelly sot thet ways
Ho couldn't help It, "pears to mc.
Sllnd It? No; because, you see,
Hu had the lioncstest eyes of blue.
Which kinder shone steadfast and true.
An' when he gripped your hand you knew ,
"Twas Jes" tho grip to see j ou through
.Most anything. A nd so. sez I.
A man like that's thu right to Hu
I sets heaps by my paid; hut. queer.
When wu two got to Krlscof heie.
The thing fell through, clean through, l'ium
Ills one idea, git up au' dust;
Ho donu 11, too; Jes' skipped like lleas.
I'm solo now; solito; he's '
What caused it? Dlest If I quite know,
It's hard lo to 1 how things comobo.
l'erhaps, to get light don n to biz.
'Twas cause I went my way, he his,
Jes' putposely an' mean, to show
How blame contrary each could go,
Xor seem tocare. nor turn a hair;
It's kind o' ketcliln' In the air
I don't know how 'tis with he,
Hu hasn't said, but as for me,
I'm mighty tired of showing how
Heal goldarned easy 'tis to tow;
And. sure. Mike. I'd give my nile
To Jes' go drifting back au Idle
To see If I could find him where
I lost him; say, "1'ardner, put Ittlicrel"
To look snuar In liU frliMirflv ,vi
To see hh smile, to hear his lies.
To sot tilings stralL'bL twlvt him mii' ,m.
Straight, jes' as they used lo bo
In thai rar land of cloudless day.
When we were pals, down that wild way,
A Cook Hook 1'ree.
"Table and Kitchen" is the title of :i
now cook book published by thu Price
Baking Powder Company, Chicago.
Just at this time it will bo sent free if
you write a postal mcutiouing tho
Coconixo Sux. This book has been
tried by oiitselvos and is one of the
very best of its kind. Besides con
tainiug over 400 receipts for all kinds
of pastry and homo cookery, them aro
mauy hiuts for tho tablu aud kitchen,
showing how to set a tablu, how to
enter thu dining-room, etc.; a hundred
aud one hiuts iu every branch of tho
culinary art. Cookery of tho very
linest and richest as well as of lliumust
economical aud homo like, is provided
for. Remember "Table aud Kitchen"
will bo sent, postage prepaid, to any
lady suuding her address (name, town
and state) plaiuly giveu. - A copy iu
Gorman or Scandinavian will bo sent
if desired. Postal card is as good as
letter. Address Price Baking Powder
Co., Chicago, III.
District Attorney Wiley E. Jones,
who went to Chicago a littlu over two
mouths ago, returned to Solomouvillo
last Thursday evening. Mr. Jones, it
will bo remembered, was bitten by :i
dog supposed to bo mad, and ho mado
the trip cast for tho purpose of taking
tho celebrated Pasteur treatment. Ho
was au inmate of thu hospital for
nearly one mouth, during which time
the treatment hi all its mysteries was
administered. Shortly after leaving
tho hospital blood poisoning set iu, aud
he was compelled to take to his bed for
a short time. Mr. Jones, although
somewhat thinner than when he left,
is lookiug very well. Immediately
upon his arrival homo ho set about his
duties as prosecuting attorney, and
during the present term of court is
looking after tho interests of Graham
county as usual. Guardian.
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