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.lU.slUY. DKl'KMllEK 26. 1895.
, t anil bills for advertising pay-
l,f n !"
i.itoi given upon application.
, k.iI- 10 conts per lino for Orst In
ii i cent per lino for oaeh sub-c-lion
TE, , um.no mjh is pleased to contribute
.ittoi-. but all notlccsof festivals.
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llj;-. 01 MM.ieilO, SUppUI-3. 13HIVI-
IJI l-.illll niVIllUMI ui mmiuttumiiui
and u. nil- boyond the regular auuouncc
oniii "' chai sod for at regular rates.
!,!-! .ui-s o oralis sixty cents
k'S1" . , ... J .
Af . line of winter undet'wi'nf at
Eo0'n- """ Q cents up.
Hi. it ,u d of Supervisors ' ill holt
., s,e ,i mooting on S.ttutday.
Jujt meiu-d, a line of ladies .capes,
1,5 i. uluiot siiits.at H. A. Rogers.
, ii. mi get an thing from a duck
o a i.ii slo.ik at Hoxworth's meat
llunU Tills are the best "family,
callu u tmlliNormcdioine. Harmless,
I'uiiii beef, cnisou, mutton, poik
niul ".i no, :i well as lirsl-class butchers,
at H..tt'iith'. . '
hi -.iK A four-horsepower.' It is
th-iciiv and will bo sold cheap.
Appi toE. Whipple.
J II. lloskiiis, Jr., has bold his
lesiilouoe to J. W. Wealherford. The
cou-ideratioii was $1500! A
'Hie &L.N has received a line of busi
ness iatd, both in square aud round
cmuei- The line is au elegaut one.
Keiiicinhcr that uni cannot luav'h iho
teailoiN of the COCONINO SUN through
an .ulwiiiseiiicut in any oilier uews
panel Huxwoiili's is the neatcs'faud best
iqinpptd moat market in Flagstaff
Qu.nl, em-ou. ducks, poultry aud
Iie-li steis aiwats on nana. -
'Hie fair and supper of the Ladies'
Aid tvicieiv, ou Saturday afternoon
niul nilit was liberally patronized by
em utiivtis. Thu receipts were about
J ul united at the- Flagstaff Com
uuk.-i.i1 Company, a carload of the
ick-ljiated Mouaich cauucii goods.,
Xmliiirg like tlioiiilli tin wliy'of Oanneif
bliiloh'-Cure, Ihu gloat cough aud
uoiip cute, is in great tlcmaud. Pocket
uiv contain- tweut-fivu "tloses, only
XJioiit. Childieii love it. Sold by
ill llgglNts. "
l!e 1'. C. (Moffelt held services in
ihu einiiiix jail." on Christmas. After
the scitii-vs liu "inadii" llie iumatcs"
b : I ' i li iireseutiui; them with a largo
box of lino assorted fruit.
Kail's Cloier Hoot will purify your
blooil, clear four completion,' regulate
join bowels aud make jour head clear
hs a bell. 25 cents, 50 cents and fl.
Foi sale b) W. It. Edwards. ' '
Captain Sweeney, U. S. A., San
Diego, Cat., sajsi ."Shiioli'd Catarrh
Kiiiiedy is the lirst medicine I have
tur found that would do mis" any
good." Pi ice 50 cehls. For sale by'
W. It. EdwarJs.
iho Literary Forum? cordially ex
tends an invitation to the citizens of
Flagstaff to attend tho meeting ,nt .the
PitsMtoiian church on FriiktV eveuing
Doc. 28th, at 8 o'clock. Amoug the
foatiiu, of tlio entertainment will be
debate, music and readings.
Manager Hibben, has secured tlur
Pajtnn Comedy Compatiy for Weduos
da and Tliuisday nights, January
Oth and 10th. The company is highly
spokeu of by our exchange';- -ihey
liae a brass band aud orchestra, and
the conipauy is composed qf twenty
pui'ile aud it is iimliiub)ctl Jim best
comiih coniiiany oji Uip rqtji.
A iloe that is alwas senspuable is a
(W of Siminous Liver Regulator, vthe
"K"'g of Liver Jcilicinpa." Jt keops
iter actnu, the 'bowels- regular,
pi events bllliotigm-ks' and iri)H)oton di
gostiou. Iii fact, helps ou keep well.
"I lute watched its effects in families
heio 1 hae piactlced and Hud it ad
miiable. both alterative and touio in its
action." -I),-, -p. , MilS0, Macon,
Ni w War Watch Meeting will be
'"'hi on neM Tqesday evening from
I" u to 'J at tho IVs'llY't'i'l't'l ulimvii.
lliu -ei vice lias been arranged by the
Joiiug people of Iho Kpwoi-th League,
anil il. v. p. s 0. Ei .,uU osear
Gili-on uiu ,.. ,IL. U,.t.ting. An
(""'ie-t imitation is extended to the
'lni-ti.ui people, lo como and iuilii
Some frieulu. ' 'pic "subject Will' bo
finmnuieei! :lt thu ohnrchos, so that all
ony have w uppoitunUy t sliul)1 the
. i t -r.sv.
Tor a eholco steak or roast go to
Carpets, niatlings ami mt squares,
new designs, nt II. A. Uogei.s.
Lost Packago containing failings.
Reward for return to Sun office.
A nice lino uf meu's suits ranging
in prices from 5 to $10, at II. A.
You can get anything from a duck
to a bear steak at Hoxworth's meat
School will reopen oil Monday morn
ing. Wednesday will be observed as
a vacation day.
Chas. Giillith was taken to Urn In.
sane Asjluin Sat unlay, by Under
For Salk A copy, of thu laws of
thu Fifteenth legislature. Apply at
Ilia: SuN-offioo.- '- i J i i v -
Prompt attention as well as thu best
in the maiket is aec'irdejl the patrons
of the Parlor exchange. .'
.'Babbit I Hi os. have just received a
.CUI'loiul of Missouri apples which they
aro selling at $5.50 per barrel.
Uabhltt 111 os. have disposed of their
tradinir post at lied Lake to Gum-no
McAdams and Kobt. ltrouklield.
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Hoxworth's Is. the neatest and best
equipped meat martiutMn' Flagstaff.
Quail, venison, ducks,, poultry and
fresh oysters always ou hand.
A tine liue of holiday goods has been
received nt'Dr. D. J. lSrauiien's drug
Jftu:tvJiL''tliHy will bu di-played in a
few da)s for thu lUipcctiuu of tho
W. II. Cat roll has takeu charge of
the Parlor Exchange restaurant. Mr.
Carroll's null known reputation as a
caterer will insure a large patronage
for this popular resoi t.
Wonderful, are thu cures accom
plished b) Hood's S.ir.-Mpaillhi,'aiid yet
it is only because Hood's S.irs.ip.irilla,
the only true blood purilicr, makes
pure, rich, healthy blood.
Tho mascpierade ball at Winsluw,
Christmas nii'lit. usis well .attended
audit most enjotablu affair. L. 13.
Jllller was awarded tile tn-izu for Uio
mo. - t original' character; Miss Jonson
wou thu lirst niiu as the be.-t waltzur.
Hon. James A. Fleming, who has
receutly lelutuetJ from a irip to Colo
rado, where he resided for man eai,
made a most foiluiiato investment last
week. He look hold of an invest incut
Ul'l'h. lit! Illllh 111IH1 (II Ull iiiii-aui
w'hich hc.tiirufd jiistefom leaving
Phoenix and cleaned up the ueal I
sum of $17,000 above expense-.
Phoenix Herald. . ; ,
The readeis of tho Sun are requested
16 lead the advertisement on the last
page. The subscription price has
been reduced to $2 per annum, payable
strictly in advance. At the reduced
price, "evifiy ou6"l5tereited in Coconino
conntyanil Arizona, can affonl to sub-
sciibu for the best newspaper iu North
The holiday trade of our merciiauis
was not as '.-Satisfactory iis' in years
past. It was no doubt duu to thu fact
that rt hi) metchauts this year advert isud
little or uoue'at all, ami co'nseqiiuntly
the trade of their establishments suf-
feied in uroportibii.. As a rule people
A - r -
read tui newspapers and expect mei-
chauts to tall; to them thioiigh their
Uavid Gates a Kansas City passenger
oO No, I Saturday bi-eaine Insane and
, ... .,..'' t.....'r-
liiiiipeu Hum iiiu iiiiiii i vnu i mi
Diaulo, Ho was, oterlakeu by the
train men (Hid leturned to the coach
and brotiglil here; and turned over to
Sheriff Cameron, for safe keeping.
Dr. Drannen attended tho stranger and
as ho was suffering from alcoholism he
wasrsuilicie:iitly recovered to continue
Ids journey to California Monday.
Tho linest display of moats ever
made ju Arizona, was giyeii on Christ
mas by H. II. Hoxworth. Uecf, nmt-
tnti. iiork. miail. turkev. chicken, lisli
and osiei-s wero displayed with pro
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deijo)afe.d pud brilliantly! lighted with
lilectrfciiy. I'"- H'oxwortli. 'deserves
mo-o than passing mentiiiu for the
cntirgy hov i" !inkings.iuh elaborate
display of thu features uf Iho buiclier
Highest Honora-World'5 Fair,
mmonia, mum or iiy mi uu..v.....
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Tlio Williams Incorporation Decided
. ' to lie Illeicnl.
Court convened Monday, December
23d, at 10 o'clock a. tu. " Hon. J. J.
Hawkins presiding. It. H. Cameron,
slii'iiff; J. R. Jones, ditiiqt altoriioy;
anil John Vories, eleik, were present.
In Hid matter of W. II. Ney v.". P.
P. Daggsel al.Milileied that execillion
bo issued on application. Tlio defend
ant having failed to furnish names of
securilies of former bond said lo Ifave
been lost, ami having failed to furnish
P.P. D.iggs i-t al vs. W. II. No.
In this o.i-o the injunction heretofore
issued was dissolved.
In the mailer of Hit admission of
Oscar (jih.sou to the bar. A motion in
his behalf having beemmade by II. D.
Itnss, aud it appearing that Iho appli
cant had served this court as clerk for
a period of two ears. aud lb it his ex
cejlent nvord as -neb clerk, as well as
his recognized ability, legal attain
ments and high character, entitle him
to admis-ioii. It is hereby ordered
that he be tluh licensed to practice in
courts of the, Fourth Judicial District.
Teriitoiyof Arizona vs. Thu Town
of Williams. In this easu the plaintiff
was represented by II. D. and J. W.
Ito-s aud K. M. San ford, and the de
fendants by W. W Dunbar and E. S.
Claik. Au injunction in this case had
been denied by the court in chambers.
After argument of attorneys over com
plaint, dommrer ami amended answer,
the colli t proceided to hear the evi
deuce. C. A. Iiiish, Saiiford Itowe. C. E.
Bocc, J. L. Burrow, J. II. Hoffman.
J. V. Ross and L. L. Tun all, testillcd
for tho plaintiff. The, cudcuco being
Thu witnesses for defense were A.
A. Dutlou and F. It. Nollis, members of
tho Board of Supcnisois, lestiling as
to the net ion of the board.
The com t ordeied that tho defend
ant, the town of Williams, was ou the
19th day of October illegally incorpo
rated, and said defendant is perpet
ually restrained ami prohibited from
exercising or causing to be exercised,
any corporate powers, franchises anil
functions of whatever kind or nature,
aud I hat the said defendant be and is
belch misled fiom lint col porato
power or function, aud that a wi it of
quo wan auto be isseil against said
Francis K. Catifman vs. N. J. and
O. W. Doty. Judgment by default.
George W. Glowner, of Los Angeles,
Cab, was ou motion of T. S. Hunch
admitted to the practice of law iu the
Fourth Judicial Di-tiict.
Com l then adjourned until February
HERE AMD THERE-
Movements of Homo I'ollta unit Xotes
V. J. Robiu-o f Phoenix, was in
town Sal in day.
A. M. Franklin, of Phoenix, was in
town Sat unlay.
S L. Coriii-h, of William-, spent
Mr.-. W. II. Clark, of Ilolhrook, was
iu lo'wn loinl.i.
Mis. J. W. Wealherford is visiting
friends in Texas. ,
J. II. tiosMns. Jr., left Monday for
his home iu St. Louis.
Fied KohcrlH, of Winslow, is spend,
lug tlio hollilas here,
Chas, MeUoulglo Is iu Kaus.is Cily,
on a six weeks visit with friends.
C. S. Hardy, tho San Diego whole
sale dealer iu meats, was iu town Sun
day. T. W, uhiilo,it, thu Prt'scott altor
uey, ya? iu town Saturday on legal
JL J. Kenneily, loaye tit-niglit
for Keokuk, low a. whern ho will
spend tlio winter.
Judge J,. J.. IJmYkiiia, &imo iu Sun-
ilijy friun IVescott. A.flcr the session of
court Mondiiy he returned Q ,s home.
j.g. M- Folsom, of Chicago, snout
Saluulay here. M.I". Folsoin has tho
il'l'ijjtliimi sohemo near Winsluw neaily
ready to comiiienca work.
Mrs. T. F. MeMlllau left Saturday for
Stanislaus county, California, on a
visit to her unrentn. !jlii expects to
be ifliscut until next April.
M. J. D.orai. and wife rclu,niid, fi'oni
Ited Jjipr ,jji werlv Mr. D.mmii has
accepti-d a posiilon wiili tin- ('!Hlllia
Lumber "vw Oumpauv,
It. W. Bell, wi) hut been east visit
ing fi lends, is expectei here to-nlor-
row. He will remain a few days tiiu
go to the Cjl .- uf Mexico fin; the. winter.
failles Y,;- Swiiy.er and Miss $la
Simmons veru inanicd Winslow, on
til VViiiMmuI kll
Cli!itm:ia. T-liu "I'limii Is n popular
freight con lueior 011 this divKiuu, ami
thu bride is 0110 of thu fail est of
VkJiJl - Jr -. V. i.I rje rtfcv. -H.-J- r
GOOD FOR EVERYBODY
Almost everybody takes some laxative
medicine to cleanse the system and keep the
blood pure. Those who take SIMMONS
LIVER REGULATOR (liquid or powder)
get all the benefits of a mild and pleasant
laxative and tonic that purifies the blood
and strengthens the whole system.' And
more than this: SIMMONS LIVER REGU
LATOR regulates the Liver, keeps it active
and healthy, and when the Liver is in
good condition you find yourself free from
Malaria, Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick-.
Headache and Constipation, and rid of
that worn out and debilitated feeling.
1 hese are all caused by a sluggish Liver.
Good digestion and freedom from stomach
troubles will only be had when the liver
is nlonerlv at work. If troubled with anv
of these complaints, try SIMMONS LIVER
KHGULATOR. The Klnt? of Liver Medi
cines, and Better than Pills.
H.ik tlio i Stamp-in red on wrapper
J. II. Zcllln & Co., Phlla., Pa. '
GRAND OANYON ROAD,
Mr. I'leiutiiu; Sujh that Work Will bo
Coiuiuenoeil In tlio Spiln.
Thu Los Angeles Times of Tuesday
"James A. Fleming of Phoenix,
Aii., a member of the company at tls
head of the projected road from Flag
slalf to Cameron's Lauding, was asked
concerning the plans of the manage
ment last evening nt tlio Nadcau, and
said: "The survey of the route over
which (lie road will run has been com
pleted, but work cannot begin until
spring, when thu snow shall have
melted. The Grand Canyon of the
Colorado lias scenery of such beauty
and magiiiliceuco that no one ever
thinks of comparing it with other
mutual scenery. Our lino will rim up
iho canyon through this, and wu ex
pect lo have considerable tourist busi
ness. All along the road there are
immcii-c forests of pine, which will
furnish us with fi eight. The road,
ililch will be .-event-eiglit miles iu
leiiglli, will lap a section of Aiizona
which is very lich in copper, ami
Wolds some silver aud gold. The
shipping of ore from the mines near
Cameron's Landing will form the most
impoiiant p. nt of o"ur freight business.
"A uii-.lakeu notion lias got abroad
dial capital is necessary lo develop
mining. I leturned from Colorado
mil a few days ago, and learned while
there that all the best claims at Crip
ple Creek were developed by poor men.
Men in eveiy trade and profession
imaginable left llieir bu-inoss to be
come miner-, and thu whole history of
Cripple Creek's lisc is on it of wild
speculation and uncertainty. Iu the
Grand Cain on the oies crop out along
tho blulfs. '1 he work ii done by run
uing tiiuiiels and inclined shafts into
tlio sides of the mountains. It's a
rent country, and no one can s:i
what the future has in store for It."
Murder at Morcncl.
A Iragwly occuitim! nt Moi-pih-'i 111
Gniliiiiii con niy on t lie 19th inst.
ycitiic(liiy morning, Paul Meeker,
wlii) sleeps in Decker & Mi-Cormick'fe
store, was iiwakuneil slimllv after
midnight, and discovered our Mexi
cans in th store. They commanded
him to open lh sate, but he rushed lo
tlio window, and while, trying to got
out, was stabbed in (hp back. Thu
ahum wns g'iy.e.1) im a deputy sheriff
ind posbe tracked, llic robbers la Iho
house of Santiago D,uli hero a. hot,
buttle v5Ucd.t lu. which Pablo Salcido,
11 prominent citizen, who was assisting
thu sheriff was in.3tn.ully killed. Tho
Mt'tii;!ia W'i'i'c linally captiued,
Bucklcn'tt Ariitvn Salve.
Tho best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, (over
sores, letter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, aud posi
tively euro- piles, 01 no pay required.
It- Is guaranteed to givo perfect satis
faction or money refunded. Price, 'J5
cents per box. For salo-by U. ,f. iVAt
nen, Flagstaff, AijiHia.
COMl'TON-nugatair. December 20. lbOJ. to
till. Wlfl. llf fi f? f '..... r...... .. K...r
HV '! v. v, .viitlll,ll M WJ t
r strictly pure
.s of tho very bc?t quality only
; Hui s preparation. conequently
i .'.1'iii-si, 1 ermaiieucy and durability
.. a ah.aj 1 bo relied on WbQft Wn8,
"Town and Country"
Ready Mixed -Paint
T'ls hid at your dealer's or of P. I1,
M.itlieHs (J.nrral Agent, L01 AosalcsJ fi
al, Color cardi free.
We have moved into the Kilpatrick Block, aud now
occupy two storerooms. Our new place of business is the
most prominent in Flagstaff and easily reached fronif all
parts of town, and is therefore convenient to our cus
tomers. Our stock has been enlarged and we are able to
supply our patrons with anything they may desire in the
line of Groceries, Provisions, Boots and Shoes, Clothing
and Dry Goods.
Come in and see us. We will wait on you promptly
and will make you prices that nre as low as reliable goods
can be sold.
GOODS PROMPTLY DEblVER&D
FLAGSTAFF COMMERCIAL COMPANY,
Wholesale asd IIbtail Dealers is
GENERAL MERCHANDISE. .
Reserve Fund Life Association
$18,450,000 Paid in Death Claims by the Mutual Life Associ
ation from 1881 to 1894.
A NEW SYSTEM
The Strongest and Most Progressive of all the Insurance
Companies Extant !
Rates Searly So Per Tent Cheaper than in the Old System Companies.
E. S. CIJFePC, Agent,
OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA.
Interest Paid on Time
and Savings Deposits.
Drafts 3old Upor) .
All Foreigp GoGplries.
Wo have an Extensile l'ationage and Cor
respondence throughout Arizona, and Invite
your nankin; Business upon Liberal and
B, N. FBEEMAN, President,
W. S. ROBINSON, Cashier.
Is what every man,
woman and child
wants, whether they
- have a nickel or a dol
lar to spend, and there
is just one place in
Flagstaff where every
one can get the full
value of their money,
and that place is
He returns full value
in Groceries, Glass or
Queensware aud. a.
thousand other ar
ticles for your money.
Remember that your
cash will go farther
at TO' store than at
aUV Store in V.0C0ni00
AND THE BEST.
-PEALKK I .'
The modem stand
ard Family Medi
cine : Cures the
ills of humanity.
OrriCE OF THE ItOAllD OF SUPEIIVI80RS Or 1
Coconino :oeNTr. Arizona Tchbitoiiy.
Flagstaff, Dee. 3, 18M. )
Notice Is liereby given that the Uoaid of
Suucri hon of Coconino county, Arlroua,
will recclvofcialed bids until 13 o'clock A. M.
on the 30th day of December, lblij, for fur
nlshlns tlie county for tho year ISM with the
following buppllcs, etc., to-wit:
1. County printing and stationery.
3. County publishing.
3. Medicines and medical attendance for
Indigent sick at Flagstaff.
4. Caroof Indigent sick.
5. l'ccdlng county prisoners.
6. Medicines and medical attendance for
Indigent sick at Williams.
Illds for printing, publishing and stationery
will bo received In lump bids or each sep
arately. Bids to be marked on envelope and ad
dressed to Clerk of Doard.
Bonds In t'je sum of one thousand dollars
will bo exacted for tlio faithful performance
of any contract that may bo let.
The Board reserves the light to reject any
and all bids.
By order of the Board.
C. A. BUSn,
wen oegun is Half done. Begin
weu uy goumg terry's hecdj.
L IIArl't iaI MhnnpA flAtattnlnA
four crop, but plant Ferry s
Seeds. Known end sola
Bcforo you plnnt, cct
Ferry's Seed Annual
for im Contains moro prao-
tinit liifbrmtitlcn lor farmers
and.puracners muu mimy mtsu-
Drleeu tel docks. Maiivuirea.
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