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FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1895.
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To buv Lumber from us, but now is a little better
than usual. We want both Money and Piling Room, and
are willing to do anything in reason to get either.
Our - Prices -
The Readers of
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THE BANK HOTEL
THE LEADING HOTEL OK
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 lo the wants of his patrons. - .
By THE DAY
Also Dining Room' attached, where nothing but
the best the market affords is served to Guests.
T. JT. Coalter, IPi-.Qjp,,
411 the D3licacie3 of the Season Fra3h
Are - Right.
and Timber to.
NORTHERN ARIZO A.
WEEK OR MONTH.
A,. KELLER, PaofntrnTor.
CANDIES, NOTIONS, TOBACCO,
STATIONERY, ! ' CIGARS, .
from the Market,
invited to call and insDeot mv Stock
From til "Sim's" lt
Mud nml dissension appear picdomi-
limit jlHl MOW.
Dr. Francis is in Ciiliforiiln on bnti
uess Hi is week.
Cliy Attorney Dunbar relumed this
week from u business trip to Call
Ed Crawford, tbo Williams jeweler,
lias moved bis stock of jewelry to the
Tom Andrews, tbu filial saloon
man, lias a neat now cottage almost
completed on West Railioad arcnuc.
Rumor bus it that ex-Supenisor
Fled Holden will erect n largo ami
commodious lodging-house across the
track at unci.
United Stales Marshal Morrcll ar
rested nno Waller Joyce Monday even
ing while in tbo act of robbing a pedes
trian ou tbo Mreet.
E. Howell lias sold his in to rest in the
butcher business and left Tuesday for
Flagstaff, where himself and family
will reside in the future.
Bom, to Mr. juid Mis. V. II Forney
of South Third street, last Tuesday, a
daughter. All parties interested doing
well and everybody happy.
Fii email Tom Knight of No. 21 has
secured a thiltj daxs' leave of absence
and will spend ChiNlmas with home
folks at Loganpoit, Indiana.
Marshal Buggcln came in Tues!a
night uitli the two iiieii charged with
burglary, and their trial before Judge
Simpson is in progress at ppsunt.
Mi-H Coia McFinuio of the iutermu
diato grade of the iublic school at
tended the county teacheis' examina
tion at Flagstaff Moudaj anil Tuesday
of this week.
Dt-puti United States Maishal Frank
Moiiellhas commenced a new restau
rant liiiildinir, 2040 feet, on his lots
lately purch.ist'd of the Scott estate ou
Hail load avenue.
Tbo M. E. Sunday school will cele
brate Chiislmas eve by displacing a
handsome I ree and dispensing pi cscutx,
accompanied by appiopriate exercises
ou that evening.
C. E. l$oc has his handsome new
store building on Railroad avenue in a
manner completed, and is having laid
around the same the li'indsomest and
most Mibstatilial sidewalks in the city.
The Epworlh League reading at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Gallatin
Tuesday evening was much above the
average from both points of attendance
and intciest. The subject was "Feudal
Tlio many friends of Engineer Waller
Bm dell, who is confined to his bed at
tbo Alhuqticiipie bospi'.al, will be
pleased to learn of his leeovery towards
good health ami till boon be again at
bis post of duty.
II. E. Thurman, the man who was
so lately a biidegrooni, having wedded
one of 'he East End's fairest maidens,
has "skipped by the light of the moon,"
conjugal felicity in that neck o' woods
being slightly out of tune.
Williams is becoming intensely mu
sical, Messrs. Gaidncr & Zellingcr
of Los Angeles having sold liro pianos
and one organ the past week, llin pur
chasers being Messrs. Dm ns, Fleming.
Haywal'd, Howell ami Andrews.
Poison Bros, are moving their im
mense stock of gcncial merchandise
into their new' stoie building. With
the completion of this Williams can
boast of three general meicliamliso
stores, that would bo a ciedit to any
The City Council at their regular
meeting Monday evening passed Onli
nanco No. 20, relative to the assess
ment and collection of city tnxes. The
maximum lax is placed at four mills
per dollar. Notice was set ved on tbo,
eouucil by and thiough Cily Attorney
Dunbar In appear before Judge Haw
kins at Hojhrook ou the 9th insl. and
show cause why the eily should not be
enjoined from further franchises as a
Hobos effected an entrance into the
Jmaiuejs places of ilcsms. Bocc, Sulz-
- u'iilur Correspondent.
iii. in and Joe limbics last Saturday
evening. The secured (27 at Bridles'
and $7 at Minor Salzmau's, securing
nothing at C. E. Bojeo's. That they
were .experts at tbo business is evi
denced jy the fact that I hey awakened
none of the men who sleep in each of
the places, there being two employees
sleeping in each building. Ono of I ho
men has been anesled, but at this
wilting the other is at libel ty.
If jou aio'Ioukiiig for somewhere to
go to spend Chiislmas night just step
over to Williams and spend tbo even
ing with the Williams Social and Lit
erary Club, attending tlio ball of the
season. Special music, special decora
tions and a special spread at tlio
Harvey house, under tlio charge of
Mr. Hagerman, bespeak an occurrence
in the social line that has never been
excelled along the "Wood." The club
will also give a Leap Year ball ou New
Yeai's oeu!ug, in which the ladies ale
expected to do the honors of the even
ing. Any gentleman presenting him
self for admission unless in charge of a
fair one, will piomptly bo given tbo
Justices Johnson and Simpson botli
enjoyed a busy day jesterday.
"Scotly," the pugilist, who became
rather boisterous iu one of the saloous
on Tuesilay night and was insli ueteil
b,) Watchman Smith to gel quiet, but
instead of doiug so became ile iu his
pi ofessious against arrest, was up be
foie Judge Johnson and was admiuis
teicd the limited dose of $10. Frank
Dougherty, was also befoio Judge
Joiuisoii, for assault upon a Chinaman
l'huChiiiamauL it appeals, in theditli
cully attempted to Use a knife, when
Doiigheity sttuck tho Chiuaman.
Doiigheii applied for aua receiwd a
change of Veiilio to Judge Simpson,
mid his case has not been hcaid at this
NOTAIIY PUDLIC AND
Justice or hie Peace,
Williams, .... aiuzo.sa.
Has all the legal blanks In uso In the Ter
ritory. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS,
The following leal estato transfers
were lecouled by C. A. Bush, couuty
i-ccordcr, duiiug the month of Novell
John Hancu to W. H. Ashurst One
thiid interest iu the "Notth End"
mining claim, situated iu the Grand
Catitou milling disttict; $1.
J. A. Williamson, trustee, to tho
Fiist I'lcsbjtciiaii Chinch Lois Nos.
23 and 24, block S3, towusito of Flag
P. J. Branuen aud wife to Agues M.
Brauncn That portion of block 34 iu
Bi an lien's addition to the town of Flag
staff commencing at a point 73 feet
west of tho uoilheast corner of block
34, aud miming westerly on Cottage
avenue 97 feel to the section lino,
thence south ou said section lino
138.07 feet, thenco easterly 42.80 feet,
theiico northeast ou a line pararllel
with said block 34, 127 feet to tho
point of begiuniug; $1.
H. H. Hoxworth aud wife to James
O'Brien Lots Nos. 11' aud 12, block
IU, towusile of Flagstaff; 550".
William F. Gibsou to Oscar Gibson
Lots Nos. 23 and 24, block 3 E, town
site of Flagstaff; $1.
Madnliut) VY. Ross to Oscar Gibson
Lots Nos. 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 aud 24.
block E, towusito of Flagstaff; $1.
J. Egaii, tiustce, to O. A. Greenlaw
Lois 12, 13 and 14, block 30, town
site of Flagstaff; $87 60.
C. A. Keller and wife to David Bab
bittLots Nos. 17, 18, 19 and 20,
dock 1 D, towusito of Hagstaff; $350.
Claude Blown to F. H. Mollis Lots
Nos. 10 and 11, block 22, town of Wil
United Stales to E. S. Gosney
Patent to the southwest J section 10,
towuship 20 uorth, rauge 8 east.
Five cents per pound will b paid
for 'clean' cytUiu rags at" the Sex office.-'
COPPER RIVETED CLOTHING
EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED.
fACTORV- SAN FRANCIUCO-CAUFOKNIA.
Dr. W. F. Cheuoweth, Dr. F. H.
Welles and H. K. Chcnoweth contem
plate cslabllshingau international sani
tarium at Nogales.
Jesse It. Grant of Nogales, Christo
pher N. Laytou of Thatcher, Graham
county, aud Jesso N. Smith of Snow
flake, Apacho county, hare been chosen
by the governor delegates to tho next
session of the irrigation congress.
Two trainloads of cattlo were shipped
from tho Willcox stockyards to-day.
Ono traiuload was made up of cattle
owned by W. H. McKittrick and des
tined for Bakerslield, while tho other
is composed of cattlo from the Aravaipa
and Swisshelm ranges aud will go to
Montana. ' News.
Philip Coutzen, county surveyor of
Pima county, has received the con
tract for tho survey of three townships
of public land north of the river, oppo
site Solomouville. This land includes
some of tho ranches at Graham and
runs wesl from there to the Brown
audi, including what is known as the
Sanchez settlement. Bulletin.
About a month ago Deputy Marshal
Slaukard ai rested Benjamin Matches,
a Russian, iu Phoeuix ou a charge of
passing eouuleifeit mouey. Ou exam-'l.
inatioii Matches was adjudged not dan, trustee; Drs. Stroud and Dara
guilty and discharged. Now ho has Brun, medical cxaminpts. Tho lodge
iuvoked tho power of the Czar to h, iu a flourishing condition, tberebeiug
avengo his unjust arrest. Correspond- ' ver 200 members,
eiice betweeu the Russian government At t,,u mwllag Tuesday evening of
and the Stale Department at Washing- pri.scoU ,,.,, N(. 14. . a U. W..
ton has resulted.
Tho Arizona Improvement Company
sold lasl week some of their Salt River
valley oranges to Jeuo & Co., the
leading grocers of Chicago, at $7 per
box, aud uow have a telegraph older
for seventy boxes more. This is double
the price of any oranges on the Chi
cago maiKet and they aio letailed at
f 1 50 a dozen. These prices, are sig
uilieaut aud sufficiently sustain the
reputation the oranges of the valley
have both for quality aud eaily ripeu
William Frazier aud his partner,
Henry Brazei, were caved ou in tlio
maiu shaft of tho Arnold lniuu last
Sunday, Frazier djiug from tho effects
of his iujiii-ies the following day.
Brazei was but slightly injured and
will be laid up a very short lime. It
is said lhu cavo resulted from insuffi
cient timberiug. Frazier aud Brazei
were Into arrivals from Now Almadeu
quicksilver mines aud had only worked
two shifts when tho accident occurred.
The funeral occurred at Cedar the fol
lowing day. Mohave Miner.
J. B. Parks, foreman for McKittrick,
made a very curious discovery at the
top of the highest peak iu the Dos Ca
bezas mountains last Saturday. As
Mr. Parks aud auother man were lead
ing their horses over the summit of
the mouutaius they saw steam issuing
from a hole in the rock, and on closer
observation found a cavern leading
down iuto the inteiior of tho moun
tain, small at tbo top, but apparently
widening as depth was reached, from
which a thick cloud of very warm vapor
was issuing. Sulphur Valley News.
Various OrgaiilialloiiB Klect Officers
for tlio EusuliiK Term.
Phoenix has a Republicau League
Club, with tho following officers: C.T.
Frazier, president; T. A.. Jobs, secie
tar ; Thomas Hlues, treasurer.
Preseott Lodge, K. of P., elected
officers as follows at tho last meeting:
William DeWitt, C. C.; H. T. An
drews, V. C. ;, William Bunte, prelate;
J. F. Wilson, M. of W.;R. M. Ling,
K. of R..aud S.; Ray Hill, M. of F.; J.
M. Ailkeu, M. of E.; T. W. Proctor, M..
The, Enlghts of Pythias of -Nogales
elected nuwwflicerslTtUisdivy .night-a
follow8fPrJ..3iinot,'C. i;Eb. Wil.
Ham, V. C; Ramon Vasqucz, P.; J.
B. Mix, M.-E.; Sara F. Webb, M. W.;
John Mupes, E. of R. and S.; Al. Peek,
M. A.; Henry Snow, I. G.j H. V.
Lewis, O. G.
Phoenix Lodge, E. of P., have elected
tho following officers for the terra beginning-January
1, 1896: A. A. Long,
C. C; Clias. Moore. V. C ; H. M. Coe,
prelate; J. P. McWilliams, M. of F.; D.
A. Smith, M. of E.; Frauk Phillips, K.
of R. am! S.;Gus Hegler, M. of A.; A.
E. Cobb, M. of W.; Henry W. Ryder,
The .semi-annual election of officers
of Arizona Lodge No. 1,-A. O. U. W ,
of Tucson, was held last week. The
gentlemen chosen to fill the offices for
tho year beginning January 1st are:
E. J. Tiirpel, master workman; Cyrus
Wilkinson, foreman; Pedro Pellon,
overseei; Dr. Whittemore, receiver;
W. E. Felix, financial secretary; W. J.
Osborne, recording secretary; M. La
Phoenix Lodgo No. 5, A. O. U. W.,
I Uas ck,etu tb(J foll,)wiDg offieei.s t0
serve the ensuing six mouths: George
McFall, M. W.; W. S. Gillam, F.; F.
U. Moss. O.; J. D. James Jr., R.; II.
B. &t. Claire, Quaucier; C. W.'Cmuse,
R.; L. J. Wood, G.; Charles Peterson,
; Johu Howlett.O. W.jPhilSheri-
the following officers were elected:
H. D. Ross, master workman; P. W.
O'Sulliv.tn, foreman; James U. Mills,
overseer; W. S. Goldwoithy. recorder;
Leu Biisley, n'uaucicr; J. F. Mahoney,
receiver; M. P. Fagin, guide; H. S.
Baker, inside watchman; Roland
Moshcr, outside watchman; H. H.
Carter, trustee; Dr. Abbott nud Chas..
Martin, choristers; S. Pedgrilt, critic
aud poet laureate.
THE S. F., P. & l. RAILWAY CO.
Maklnz Favorable Changes la Their
Train Service for the Accommo
dation of tho Public.
Effectlvo 12:05 A. M. Saturday, No
vember 16th, the S. F., P. & P. Rail
way will begin the following train
service: " -
Train No. 1, passeuger, wilt leave
Ash Fork 7:15 A. M, arriving at Pres
eott 10 A. M., leaviug Preseott 10:10 a.
M., arrive at Congress 2:50 p. M. and at
Phoenix 4 r. M., or 3 r. si. Phoenix
Train No. 2, passenger, leaves Phoe
nix at 8:30 A. si., arriving at Congress
10:40 a. SI , at Preseott 2:30 P SI.,
leaviug Preseott at 2:45 p. si., arriving
at Ash Fork at 5:20 P. si.
In addition to this excellent passen
ger service, making good connections
with tho Sauta Fe system trains at
Ash Fink, and shortening the time
from Preseott to Phoenix, and vice
versa, passengers will be permitted to
tido on iho following freight trains:
No. 31, leaviug Ash Fork 1:30 p. .',
arriving at Preseott 5:15 p. si.
No. 32, leaving Preseott 7:40 A. M.,'
arriving at Ash Fork 11:45 A. si.
Tho above trains run daily.
Train No. 41, leaviug Preseott 7:10
a. St., arriving at Congress 11:45' a. si.
aud at Phoenix at 3:30 P. si.
Train No. 42, leaving Phoenix at
,7:40 A. SI., arriving at Congress at
11:35 A. Si. aud at Preseott a. 1 p. si.
Trains Nos. 41 aud 42 will'ruu each
This extra service will no doubt bo
appiechited and due advantage taken
ot sarad. It is iu lino with the present
liberal management of the road.
Jurt arrived at ilie Flagstaff Com
mifrcial Corapauy, a carload of the
ivlehviited " Monarch canned "goods. '
Nmhlng like thenflu the way ofcanued '
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