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FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1895.
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To buy 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
0e Coconino Sun
t: Have Means with which 3
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THE BANK HOTEL
THE 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.
ROOMS BY THE BAY JVEEK-ORi MONTH.
Also Dining Room attached, where nothing
the best the market affords is served to .Guests.
T. J. Ooailtex-, ORiop.
OHAS.'a. KlsL(EjeFic'i'VToi"i. '
FANQY QFI0QEDIES7 IMWIEfc NQTlWr TOBACCO,
FWFRIjlIS, ; rATI0HY,' ' QHQABSi -'
4U the Delicaoiea pf the eaqon Fresh from the Mart,
?gq w invited tq 0$ wd.iqapeot my Stook
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Are - Right.
and Timber . Co.
BOARD OF SUPERVISOES,
Office of the Boakd of Supeuvis
ohs of the County of Coconino,
TEititiToitr of Arizona, Fi.ao
staff, Arizona, Dee. 16, 1895.
It appearing (hut (hu business of tlio
county requires a meeting of tlio Board
of Supervisors, it is hereby ordered
that a special meeting of said Board be
held at Flagstaff on Saturday. Decem
ber 21, 1805, at 10 o'clock a.in.,for
(ho purpose of entering upon the
minutes of said Hoard tho order of
adjournment, duly made by said
Board, at their adjourned quarterly
meeting of October 9, 1895. adjourn
ing said quaitcrly meeting of October
9, 1895, to October 19, 1895, and also
for tho purpose of adding to tho min
utes of said nieuliug of October 19,
1895, any finding of tho Board of
Supervisors in relation to tlio ineorpo
ratlou of the towu of Williams, ordered
upon that date, which may have been
omitted from said record by niNtako
A. A. Dutton,
"Williams, Aitiz., Dee. 10, 1895.
' "C. A. Busn, Flagstaff, Ariz.
"I join In call for special meeting
De'-embcr twcuM-first to correct
minutes of last quarterly meeting.
'F. K. Nellis "
I cult if) that in aecoidauco with the
above I mailed to C. II. Schulz, a mem
ber of the Board, a uolico informing
him that there would be a iiU'eliug of
the Boaid of SupcrvKois at 10 o'clock
a. m. December 21. 1895. requi sting
him to be present at sueh mceiiug on
tlio IGlLi d.i of Diceiiiber, 1895.
(J. A. Uubll.
Cleik of Bn.ii'il Sopcmsors.
Office of the Boakd of Supeh-',
visoks of the col'.ntv of coco "
NINO, TEItltlTOItV OF AKUO.NA. f
Flagstaff, Aiiz., Dec 21, 1895. j
Pursuant to tho call for a .special
meeting of this Boaid, made and en
tered ou the recoids hereof on tliu JCtli
day of December, 1895, the Board met
at its office ou thu 21st day of Decem
ber, 1895, at 10 o'clock a. in. Present.
A. A. Duttoit, Chairman.
F. K. Nellis, member.
J. E. Joucs, District Attorney.
C. A. Bush, Clerk.
The call for the special meeting was
lead by the Clerk, and approved.
Ou motion it was ordered, by a unan
imous vote, that the minutes of the
qtiarteily adjourned meeting of this
Board held ou the 9lh day of Ojtober,
1895, bo amended by adding theteto
tho following order, duly made by the
Boaid upou that dale, but omitted to
be recorded, to wit:
"Ou motion, tho Board adjourned
till October 19, 1895.
"Appiovcd: A. A. Durrox,
"Attest: C. A. Bush,
On motion, it was ordered that the
minutes of thu adjourned quarterly
meeting of this Board held ou Oct.
19, 1895, bo amended iu thu opening
paragraph of said minutes, by prefac
ing said opening paragraph with tho
words: "Board met pursuant to ad
On motion, it was further ordered,
that tho minutes of said adjourned
quarterly meeting of October 19. 1895,
bo further amended by striking out
tho word "taxpayers" iu the order
mado by this Board on that date incor
porating tlio town of Williams, and
substituting for tho samu tlio wouls
taxable inhabitants," the same hav
ing reference to the petition Hied with
this Board praying for the incorpora
tion of said town, and it having been
found by thu Board on that date that
two thirds of the taxable inhabitants
of said towu had signed said petition
By. unanimous vote of the Board, it
is hereby ordeied all of tho above
mentioned orders mine tiro tmu are
hereby ratilied, continued, and given
effect the same as though dill) eulercd
of record on tlio several intes men
tioned, and it is muv fip'tlier ordered,
(hat thu Cleik.of this Board enter each
of tho foregoing amendments as of the
ffatas wben.tby..wt'Ve...ae,tually made,
to wjt pn tho tlth and 19th days of
ApprqvPtli A. A. DUTTOlf,
Attest: C. A. Bush,
Brlgham Young, Jr
is visiting (ho
Salt River valley.
Tho Oila Valley Globe & Northern
railway has organized an express com
pany. Gov. Hughes has paidoucd Fritz
Jeffries to restore citizenship. Ho
was a paroled ccuvict burglar
Moqui Tribe No. 2, Independent
Order of Red Men, has been organized
at Wiuslow with a membership of
According to the repot (a of thu
territorial veterinarian, 4,000 head of
beef cattle per month arc slaughtered
by butchers for consumption by resi
dents of Atizoua.
The Consolidated Canal company of
Mesa City has iceeived tlireo carloads
of machinery for thu new power houso
just constructed on their canal, which
Kill be placed in position ns soon as
The Odd Fellows and A. O. U. W.
societies of this place arc taking steps
toward 'tho erection of a hall for their
joint use. The building will bo a two
story brick structure, tho first story of
which will bo cut up into stores and
offices Tempo News.
Contracts have been let for smelting
and reduction works to bo erected at
Moicuci. The concentrator will havu
a capacity of 250 tons per day, while
thu Sn.elter will turn out SO tons of
metallic copper per day. Wealthy
New Yorkers are bucking the scheme.
V. T. Bojtl, giand rccouter of the
A. O. U. W. for tho grand jurisdiction
of Colorado. New Mexico and Alizoiia,
and who has been to Nogales where hu
instituted a lodge, is iu the city and
will pav a fraternal visit to Tombstone
Lodge No. 3. Prospector.
, Thole need be no fuilhcr disputes
over the situ of thu poslollice, for it
will be located no place but ou the
pretiuui site. A letter was received at
the poslollice from Secoud Assistant
Postmaster-General Jones jcsteiday,
stating that the postotlicu would not be
leuioved, but will stand iu its present
locatiou. Thu place will bo enlarged
and remodeled. Phoenix Republican.
Thu Aztec Division No. 85.0. R. C,
held their anuiul meeting for election
of officers for 1890 iu Winslow ou Sun
day, December 15th, at which the
following olliceis were elected: J.J.
Keiley, C. C; S. E. Morey, A. C. C;
J. W. Burke, S. C: D. Mowcry, J. C;
F. R. Cunningham, S. and T.; James
Switzcr, I. S.; E. W. Cooper, O. S.
Dhision Committeeman D. O. Cat
lighan, Second Dhisiou; Charles Mc
Cormic, Third Divisiou; W. E. Gor
man, Fourth Di isiou.
Sheriff Royse of Wichita, Kansas,
arrived this morning from Minus
Prietas, Souora, with G. G. Nordwark,
who skipped out from Wichita last
September with $450.02 belonging to
the Postal Telegraph Cablo Company,
of which hu was manager at tlio time.
Hu was located at Miuas Piietasaud
Sheriff Rose came out aud placed him
under arrest. Governor Hughes this
afternoon issued extradition papers,
and the prisoner will be taken to Kan
sas to-uiglit for trial for his crime
Tho following named officers were
elected for the ensuing term by V. T.
Boyd Lodge No. 1, Degree of Honor,
A. O. U. V., at the regular meeting
held Dec. 12th: Chief of Houor, Mrs.
Mury L. Perkins; Lady of Honor, Miss
Bartlesou; Chief of Ceremonies, Mrs.
Annie Launingau; Recorder, Miss
Bogie Bartlefon; Financier, Mrs.
Charlolta Merritt; Receiver, Mrs.
Emma Benson; S. UsheiC Mrs. Mary
Keating; Inside Watchman, Mrs. Flora
A. Tillman; Outside Watchman, Mr.
William II. Benson Florence Trib
une The Discovery Saved Ills Life.
Mr. G. Cailloutte, druggist, Bcav
ersilUs HI., sajs: "To Dr. King's
New Discowrj I owe my life, Was
taken with la grippe and tried all the
phjsicians for miles about, but of uo
avail, and was given up and told I
could not live. Haviug Dr. King's
New Discovery in my store I sent for
H bottle ami .began iu, use, and from
th.o lirst doso began to get bettor, and
after using three bottles was up and
about again, It is worth its weight
in gold, We wou'tkeep storo or house
without it." Get a free trial nt D. J.
Braoucu's drug store.
LEVI STRAUSS & CO?
COPPER RIVETED CLOTHING
EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED.
FACTORY- SAN FRANCISCO -CALIFORNIA.
VostlDK Township Plats.
Notice is hereby giveu that the regis
ter and receiver of tho United States
land office at Prescott, Arizona, have
received at their office approved town
ship plats as follows:
Fractional township 19 north, ranges
2 and 3 cast.
Township 20 north, ranges 2 and 3
Fractional township 20 north, rauge
Fractional township 21 north, rauge
Township 22 north, ranges 1, 1 and
Township 23 north, ranges 1, 5 aud
Towuship 21 uorth, ranges 5 aud 0
Township 25 north, ranges 6, 6 aud
Towuship 25 uorth, lauges 3 and 4
Said plats and tho field notes thereof
will bo officially received aud filed in
our office ou tho 20th day of January,
1896, after which date tho register aud
recoiver will rcceivo applications for
the entry of land in such townships.
Notice is also given that tho register
and receiver will officially file iu their
office on the 20th day of Jauuary 1890,
the plats of the following townships:
Township 13 north, ranges 14 aud 15
Towuship 14 north, ranges 14 aud 15
Towuship 16 uorth, ranges 11 aud
Township 18 north, rauges 9 aud 10
Township 19 uorth, rauges 9 aud 10
Township 20 north, rauges 7 aud 10
Gila aud Salt river meridan, Arizona.
After which dato tho register and ic
ceiver will receive applications for the
cutry of lands iu such townships.
Dated at Prescott, December 16,
1895. H. D. Ross, Register. "
Jake Makks, Receiver.
TIIK S. l, I', dfc 1. ItAILWAY CO.
Making Favorable Changes In Their
Train Service for the Accommo
dation of the Public.
Effective 12:05 A. M. Saturday, No
vember 16th, tho S. F., P. & P. Rail
way will begin the followiug train
Traiu No. 1, passeuger,-will leave
Ash Fork 7:15 a. m, arriving at Pres
cott 10 A. M., leaving Prescott 10:10 A.
m., arrive at Congress 2:50 r. M. aud at
Phoenix 4 r. si., or 3 r. si. Phoenix
Train No. 2, passenger, leaves Phoe
nix at 8:30 a. si., arriving at Consress
10:40 A. si., at Prescott 2:30 p si.,
leaviug Prescott at 2:45 p. si., arriving
at Ash Fork at 5:20 P. si.
Iu addition to this excellent passen
ger service, making good connections
with tho Sauta Fo system trains at
Ash Fork, and shortening tho time
from Prescott to Phoenix, and vice
versa, passcugers will be permitted to
ride ou the followiug freight traius:
No. 31, leaviug Ash Fork 1:30 P. si.,
arriving at Prescott 5:16 p. si.
No. 32, leaving Prescott 7:40 A. 31.,
arriving at Ash Fork 11:45 A. si.
Tho above trains run daily.
Train No. 41, leaving Prescott 7:10
A. si., arriving at Congress 11:15 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 Prescott at 1 p. si.
'Trains Nos. 41 aud 42 will run each
This extra servico will no doubt be
appicciated and due advantage taken
ot same. It is iu line wun tne present
liberal management of the toad.
Jurt arrived at the Flagstaff Com
mercial Company, a carload of the
eelobrated Monarch, canned goods.
Nothing like them in the way of canned
Arizona Archaeological Asuoclatlon.
Prior to tlio meeting of the Arizona
Teachers' Association on Saturday
afternoon, a meeting of teachers and
others interested was held for the pur
pose of orgauiziug an Archaeological
Association. The followiug officers
President, Dr. J. Miller; secretary
aud tieasurer, Dr. James MeNaughtoii;
vice presidents, Herbcit Brown, Pima
County; II. II. Brown, Maricopa; Miss
Shallot M. Hall, Yavapai; Frank
Scgmiller, Navajo; G. U. Young, Coco
uiuo. A committee composed of the presi
dent, secretary ami Dr. Billman was
appointed to draft a constitution aud
The association adjourned to meet
later at the call of the president.
All interested in Archaeology are re
quested to become members.
Any person haviug relics of the
Cliff Dwellers, Indian tribes, etc., are
invited to donate them to the associa
tion by sending them to the icc presi
dent of their county, together with its
The Smithsonian Institute and East
ern colleges havo taken away a great
part of our antiquities while Alizoiia
has no collection formed or started.
This association is stinted for the pur
pose of keeping some of these antiqui
ties at home. Geological, Zoological
and Paleoutological specimeus will be
gratefully rceencd as this association
will probably ultimately become an
"Academy of Science."
As to the Price of lleer.
The movement of tho brewers to in
crease the pi ice of a barrel of beer
ought to receive a permanent check by
the Anheuser-Busch wedding iu St.
Louis. Here was a lager beer func
tion that almost transcended iu bril
liaucy aud boodle the late Marlbor-ough-Vauderbilt
wedding in New
And yet the brewers arc seriously
talking of mm king up tho price of
their product to a point almost where
a ten cent glass of beer impends.
These gorgous uuplials havo douo
more than joiu two loing hearts.
They have allied the people and the
saloon keepers, who will now make
common cause against tho threatened
advance in tho price of beer.
If the breweis must increase their
profits there i a belter way to do it
than by exacting more money for a
ban el of beer. Let them retire from
the saloon busiuess aud keep out of it.
Iu the hopo of inci easing the consump
tion of their product they have invested
millions in fitting up expensive saloons
and in this way they have overstocked
tho market, bankrupted thousands of
saloon keepers and lied up their owu
money indefinitely. Had they not en
deavored to force down the throats of
the people more beer than they wanted
the brewers would havo saved them
selves a vast amount of mouey.
If the brewers will do this aud not
run too much to expeusivc weddiugs
all may yet bu well New York Ad
vertiser. Cure lor Headache.
As a remedy for all forms of head
ache Electric Bitters has proved to be
tho very best. It effects a permanent
cure, aud tho most dreaded habitual
sick headaches ield to its influence.
We urge all who arc afflicted to pro
cure a bottle aud give this remedy a
fair trial. Iu cases of habitual cou
stipatiou Electric Bitters cures by giv
ing the needed tone to the bowels, and
few cases long resist tho use of this
medicine. Try it once. Fifty cents
and $1.00 at D. J. Brannen's drug
Tho Sun has a lino assortment of
weddiug invitations, embracing many
new aud novel designs, and our job de
partment is prepared to print or en
grave invitations in the latest styles.
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