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FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1895.
-.UJWt ".;.4-4l;s -
sby :iip-- r
T buy Lumber from us, but now is a little better
t!' n usual. We want both Money and Piling Room, and
a lv willing" to do anything in reason to get either.
Our - Prices -
The sGeeessfGl bGsirjess rrjar) is 019s
Who gets all tjV)Qs of alGe
for as little cost as
Tbe rrjan vOfyo acjvteriises it)
1 (Ebe Coconino Sun I
QGTS good val6e for filS
rr)or;ey arjd is SGeeessfGl.
That's a fact.
THU LEADING HOTEL OF
Tourists and commercial travelers will find the
above named hotel complete in all the modern im
provements of the day. The management will spare
no pains to cater to the wants of his patrons.
IS BY THE DAY,
Also Dining Room attached, where nothing but
the best the market affords is served to Guests.
T JT. Coalter, IPnrojp.,
EWS DEPOT. .
A'l tho Dalicaolos of tho Season Fro3h
Are - Right.
and Timber Co.
WEEK OR MONTH.
.CMAS, A. KELLEFI, PforIB;TOF.
CANDIES, NOTIONS, TOBACCO,
from the Market.
invited to call and Inspect my Stock
Tho Republicans Carry All But
v Two States.
Xow Jersey, Maryland mid Kentucky
Go Ki-iuiIjIIlmii Tlio Demo-
crnlH Carry -Milssliij)I
Elections were held in lifteeu status
1111 Tuesday :i iil tliu (ilcjctiou was a
tiilal wave fop the Republicans.
Iii New York tin- Republicans carry
tlio M:tto liy 05,000 plurality alul elect
tin' legislature. New York city
circled lliu Taliiinailv ticket.
Pennsylvania gives a Republican
majority of 80,000.
New Jerey went Republican for
the til aI time in many years.
In Maryland the Democratic stale
comniitleu eoneeilo the election of
Lawilou, Kepublican, for governor.
In Massachusetts the Republicans
earn their ticket ami re elect Green-
Ohio is carried by the Republicans
by 80,000 and they elected two-thirds
of the legislature.
Mississippi gives its usual Demo
cratic majority of 00,000 and so did
In Nebraska and Kansas the Re-
ptiblicaus were victorious.
Iowa elects the Republican ticket by
a handsome plurality.
Another Republican congressman
was elected in MKsmiri.
Delroit Mich., elected U. S. l'ingree
mayor, Republican, for the fourth
time and . the Republicans elected
twelve out of sixteen Aldermen.
Utah adopts her slate constitution
uul elects the Republican ticket.
SEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS,
Tho following real estate transfers
were leeorded b C. A. Rush, count v
recorder, during the month of October:
United States to E. F. McGoniglc
Patent to the SV section -1, township
20 north, range 7 east.
O. L.'llait to O. Gibson Lots 22.
23 and 21, block 3 H, townsito of Flag
E. Lamb and wife to John L. Bur
rows Lot 22, i.lock 81, towusitu of
J. L. Burrows to John V. Ross
Lot 22, block 31, townsito of Williams;
Ren 'J'aylor to D. J. Branucn Lots
23 and 21, block 3 E, townsito of Flag
United States to Andrew L. Barr--
Patent to E of SW section 30, town
shis 2U urn th, range 8 cast.
A. L. Burr, to R. L. West SW J
section 30, township 20 north, range 8
J. G. Egan to Coconino County All
of block 32, Railroad addition to Flag
John W. Ross to K. II. Nephew and
O. Lebsch Lot 22, block 32, town of
A. 15. Hutchison to C. J. Babbitt
Lots 13, H, 15 and 10. block 2 G,
townsito of Flagstaff; 1.
Henry Heller to C. Knopp Lots 12
and 13, .block 3 W;$350.
George H. Cook to Carl Knopp
Lots 10, II. 12 and 13, block 3 W,
towusitu of Flagstaff; $15.0.
H. R. Skimer to'E. J. Smith Lots
0, 7, 8 and 0, block 1 A, town of Flag
John Hancu,to J. W. Thurber et al.
All his interest in Hauco trails from
tho rim of the Grand Canyon to tho
Colorado river; $1,500.
J. II. llonkhiri Jr. to W. S. Robin
son Lots 1, 2, 3, 1, 5 and 0, block 2
U, towusiio of Flagstaff; ?30. '
O. 1. Harding and wife to Mrs. A.
A. Hart Lois 1, 2. 3, 4, 5 and fi,
towusite of Flagstaff; $1,000.
National Summer School of Science.
Governor Hughes, in his annual re
port to tho Interior Department, says:
"I deem it my duty to call tho atten
tion of your department to a wonder
ful cluster of unparalled natural phe
uamena located in Northern Arizona.
Within a small radius are located the
Grand Canyon, over 7000 feet deep;
tho San Francisco Mountain. 13,000
feet high; group of extinct volcanoes;
Montezuma's well, and the petrified
forests. Add to this the cliff and cave
dwellings and other evidences of a
prehistoric race, makes this point of
much interest to scientists. The San
Francisco Mountain is said to present
every known formation to geologists,
and from crest to base are found the
flora of six distinct zones, neither of
which phenomena, it is declared, is
known to exist at an f other place on
the earth's surface. The altitude of
tills section ranges from six to seven
thousand feet ami Is covered witli pine
forests, making a most delightful sum
mer retrcaf. Many scientists from not
only the United States but from the
continent of Europe visit this region
to study these natural wonders.
'Arrangements are now in progress
to establish a summer educational re
sort for not only the benefit of our
people but of the adjoining states ami
territories; also with the hope that the
Federal government will bo led to feel
the importance of establishing a Na
tional Summer School of Science for
the benefit of the scientific world.
"I recommend that the feasibility of
such an institution be considered by
MlKllty Poor SltootliiK-
A Prescott paper of last Thursday
says: A moonlight duel took placcin
Chiuo valley last night in which Jerry
W. Sullivan, a well-known and wealthy
stockman, was one of the participants,
his two assailants being Johu Clements
and Robert Weber, known as Dutch
Clements first picked a quarrel with
Sullivan over an alleged debt of $10,
then assaulted the hitter's foreman, a
Mexican named Autonc, with a beer
bottle, beating him up badly. Sullivan
pulled a gun iu defense of his foreman
on Clements, when Dutch Bob ap
peared, six-shooter in hand, attracting
the attention of Sullivan, when Clem
ents opened tire on him.
Sullivan fired twoshots Iu return, and
having no more cartridges returned to
a saloon, procured a Winchester and
fired one shot, the only one In the gun.
Clements fired six shots iu all,
though only one took effect. It struck
a tree, behind which Sullivan was
standing, and glancing off struck Sul
livan's foreman iu the leg, inflicting a
At one stage of the proceedings Sul
livan, thiuking Clements through with
his fusilade, was nearly murdered by
the latter, who came up as Sullivan
was trying to aid his prostrate em
ployee, and fired a shot that whistled
past Sullivan's car. Theu the cattle
man sought tho shelter of the tree.
The foreman was brought in, suffering
from his wounds, and officers were dis
patched to Del Rio to take Clements
and Dutch Bob. They succeeded with
out opposition and this evening lodged
their prisoners in jail here.
There is more catarrh in this section
of tho country than all other diseases
put together, and uutll the hst few
years was supposed to bo Incurable.
For a great many years doctors pro
noil need it a local disease, and pre
scribed local remedies, and by con
stantly failing to cure with local treat
incut, pronounced It Incurable. Science
has proven catarrh to be a constitu
tional disease, and therefore requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the
only constitutional euro on the market.
It is taken iutcrnally in doses from teu
drops to a tcaspoouful. It acts directly
on the blood and mucous surfaces of
tho system. They offer one hundred
dollars for any case it fails to cure.
Send for circulars aud testimonials.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
ngiSold by druggists,, 75c. ,
Just arrived at the Flagstaff Com
mercial Company, a carload of tho
celebrated Monarch canned goods,
Nothing like them in the way of canned"
LEVI STRAUSS & CO?
MJ5IT Shi iiLs
COPPER RIVETED CLOTHING
EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED.
FACTORY- SAN FRANCISCO - CALIFORNIA.
Phoenix wants a union depot.
Tombstone has a ease of smallpox.
Nogales will soon organize a lodge
of the Ancient Order of United Work
men. Daniel Mahoney was murdered last
week iu Tucson. There is no clue to
the perpetrators of the deed.
It is reported that the famous Naeo
sari mine, iu tho Montezuma district,
Souora, has been sold to the Rotlichikl-j
A Mexican woman iu Tucson who
has been martied six years has twelve
children. She has given birth to
triplets four times.
F. M. Ajer, the California beef
buyer, is iu Sonora 'buying beef cattle,
and it is estimated that he will bring
out 7,000 head of beef before the holi
The "Star" says Philip Coulzcn,
deputy United Slates mineral surveyor,
will shortly begin tlio survey of several
important townships in Graham and
The Southern Pacific Company will
refuse to pay the 4 per cent tax levied
by tlio Mohawk Valley school district,
Yuma county, as they claim it was un
necessary and illegal, and haVe in
structed their attorney, Frank Coy, to
About 20,000 head ol Souora cattle
were at the line near Bisbee last week
and crossed on Thursday for shipment.
This is the fiist lot tocouie over under
the new ruling and will make Bisbeu
a lively point while the shipping lasts.
David Pogue, a i Irishman, aud
Fannie Garcia, a negreas, were before
the district court at Tucson last week
for many ing contrary to the statutes
of Arizona, which prohibits the mar
ly iug of whites aud negroes. Pogue
tried to prove that he was of Cherokee
Indian blood, but his father aud mother
denied it. It took tho jury only five
minutes to find Pogue guilt.
The postal department lias made a
most exacting (jenutid ou the citizens
of Tucson relative to their box keys.
The ouus of the order is that receipt
forkejs must be produced or a new
deposit therefor of 50 cents bo made.
The result is that hi about four cases
out of live the new deposit will be
forthcoming. Postmaster DeGrolV is
iu no wise at fault, as he is compelled
to oney instructions. Citizen.
Developments made iu the Santa
Rita coal lields are of a most cucourag
iug character, not only for coal, but
also for oil. Two shafts are beiugsunk
about a mile apart. In one the coal
formation is strong aud in tlio other
the indications are fn favor of oil.
This is tho opinion of Prof. Blake, who
made an examination of the material
Monday. At last accounts the deepest
shaft was down but twenty feet. Bo
fore twice that depth has been reached
important revelations may be looked
There are now fort -live prisoners
iu the county jail, the greatest number
in the history of the eoiuthouse.
Twenty-seven of tho iunialesare await
ing tho action of the territorial grand
jury and eight are bound over for tho
United States grand jury. Of the full
number of prisoners only four are
Americans, three are Europeans, six
arc negroes, and the rest are Mexicans.
Two of the prisoners arc bound over
on charges of murder. In addition to
the number iujail several persons are
out ou bonds awaiting tlio grand jury.
Tho Phoenix Blood Horse Associa
tion has decided to gio a three days
meet at Phoenix December 17th, 18th
and 19th, and to that end arc now in
correspondence with the owners of
fast horses as far east as Denver. Al
ready two carloads of fast horses are
promised from New Mexico which will
winter here. This means that a groat
deal of money will be spent here, and
tho association should Iiave the support
of every business man and farmer in
the valley. A meeting of the associa
tion will be had next Saturday after
noon, when the final arrangements for
tlio meet will be made. Herald.
A Had .Alan Killed.
A tragedy was enacted at Mesa Sat
urday night iu which Sheriff Lin Ormc,
in the execution of his duly, killed .
desperado and would-be murderer
named Rose. Following arc the facts
as wo learned ihcm: Rose, the dead
man, was mariied to a daughter of Dr.
Williams, who has been a resident of
Mea for about eighteen mouths. It
appears that the couple had separated
Mtiucn here in the East, Mrs. Rose re
fusing to live with her husband on ac
eouut of a humbcr of crimes he is said
to have committed. She left him and
came west to her father. About three
months ago Rose discovered his wife's
wheieabouts and came to Mesa, where
an attempt to do her violence was frus
trated, ami after making threats agaiust
liis wife and father-in-law he left tho
country and was not heard of again
until he reappeared iu Mesa a few days
ago. This time ho had a companion,
aud it turns out that he came back for
the purpose of mm dering Dr. Williams1
entire household. The man who was
with Rose was an accomplice aud was
acquainted witli all the details of the
intended crime, which was to tako
place Saturday night. The mau, how
ever, weakened, aud decided to betray
Rose. He accordingly went to Sheriff
Ormu aud laid bare the entire plot. Hs
said that there was a reward of $2,000
ou Ku-e and he wanted half of it for
his information. The sheriff at once
laid plains to prevent the terrible
crime and at the same time to capture
the would-be murderer, with sufficient
evidence against him to sand him to
prison for a long term.
Saturday night ho went to Dr. Wil
liams' house aud arranged his trap. In
the bed usually occupied by Dr. Wil
liams and wife the sheriff placed two
dummies. He then concealed himself
aud waited. About 12 o'clock Rose,
accompanied by his his betrayer,
stealthily entered the room. In his
hand lie carried a large huniner, and
going to Jhe bedside he-raised his arm
to strike, when the sheriff stepped out
trom his eoucealincul aud commanded
him to surrender. Instead of comply
ing he made for tho officer, who then
discharged both barrels of his shotgun
and R.jsu fell to the floor and instantly
expired. Tempo News.
Xcw Money Order Sjsteui.
The public will be pleased to know
that the Arizoua Central Bank has
adopted now rales for money orders
which are lower than either postollico
or express rates. This will be of great
advantage to the public, for the con
veniences of the bauk money order
over any other device are innumerable.
No application blanks have to be filled
out; they are payable when presented,
no matter how- long outstanding; can
bo tran-fcrred any number of times;
duplicates of lost orders obtaiued with
out delay or trouble; good and pay
able throughout the United States aud
the Wiirld. The rates are: $1 or less,
3 els; over $1 to 7, inclusive, 5 cts;
over $7 to $15, 8 cts; over $15 to $30,
10 cts; over $30 to $50, 15 cts; over
$50 to $75, 20 els; over $75 to $100,
25 cts: over $100 at 25 cts per $100.
It's I'omln' lound tlio tlio time o' year
That crops Is gUUn' rlpo;
Tliu katydid's quit bollurln
An' I lie nuall besln to pipe.
The punkln vlues among tho corn
Is nil a turnln' black,
Tlio suollturks afs a rattlln' down
Would Oil a gannysack:
Tin) wild gooiC, squairkln' o'orliead,
Is iiiukin' for the south;
Tho autumn rains Is now set In,
To bro ik tho summer drouth,
An' njw'sthe time uj Hosiler folks
Wonder If Jim alley's got
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