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FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1896.
There's nothing we know of lays over a
good mince pie this time of-year. The same
can be trtfv be said of our lumber.
The - Priciss -
THEARIZONA LUMBER &- TIMBER CO..
The Job Printing
Cfye Coconino Sun
THE BANK HOTEL
THE LEADING HOTEL 01'
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.
nu Tiir rhi
ino 01 l fit m
Alio Dining Room ttached, where nothing but
the best the market affords is served to Guests.
T. J. Coalter, Prop.
I Ail the D3lioaoie3 of tha.Saastm Fraih
UQ8TAFFt AflfZOXA .
Are - Right.
in the Way of
uirrv nn UMITU
fiiiK un munin.
.CHA3. A. KELLER, Phopriktor.
CANDIES, NOTIONS, TOBACCO,
from tho Market.
Yoi are invited to oall and inspect ray Stock
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IIIVHTnV I l?TTI
Au Exoiting Week in Both Heroes
1'he Arinriilnii Troubles House the
House ntiil the ri-co Ccilnnur Mib-
slltu p tin? Si milr-'-i i nlor
'I lllnimi Ii nmiiiiiH Hip
iFKOM OUIl NEUUI AK lOItlltODl.T.1
W vMIl O I K Jiiilini "H . 'Jlii
i- It i'ii it livVy, iit'tiuii".ni timl'y i..x
un jj, n in Cnsiss 'J In IIiuim
tin led l In-lull in (In- shnit iliii-ubMi I
IliJl pll Ceded the lllln,lio.l of tin
Senate concuiielit lesdution, cxpies
iii tl.o h in pa thy of Cmigiesb fur tin
poor Alliiiliiuns nii'l leque&ting tll
Euiopcuti poweis which me paities ti
tin- Hfilin tiuily tocniiel tl.c Sullm
f Tin key to lii up to tlmt tieaty l.j
;in tlm Atmcniatis tl.u pint i'tioi
hen by dunlin tt-i-il tlifm. Severnl
members of llin House bpnke in favm
f taking t lie mom inriic.il step of bend
ing tlm Tuiki.-h minister his passpoit-.
t'oi n ftiw iniiiutfs theinoviis j(lt.-at ex
.Iti'llielit, liut the rnolci heads pie
lulled mid tile iSi'lintO irsolutinil wu
.di'pdiil. It is now, lepra ted til H
Pie-i ent Cleveland will icfuse totuiid
hit lest lutimi to the Euiopein powttr
ib leqncblid. mid will scud a special
message tnCouv;iets fixing his leasnn
"rlii'iefor. Whew I if Iih blioulil, jusl
wntili fur u sure enough lumpu.
The exeitiineiit began in theSeimti
vhrti b'Himtor Tillra in of South Cum
Iiii.i, during h spiejh in favor of tlie
freo coiunge subiifcutn for tlio llou-i
ii nd bill, viliilied P evident Cluvelaiy
man extent never l.tfnio hend on th
ilnor of eitlier lu.uicli i f Oonic's frnn
i in. in tliiiiniiu' meinbri-.iip in tin
tiM'siili:ut's on piity. II.-" cull d ili
Ull!el Hill blllllie.ldell, bblf illnliitloll.
isot'eil y-ntit; tmitor to lit h owi
fimtyHiid tuts of otlmr unci.niplimeii
my tiling Hu uliu-cil ln.tli tlm oln
(J ii ties to Eucli .in ex'ent tlmt tin
peecli i-t ii''iiuleiJ .ib u nnticn tlmt In
mcl lead liiiilb'll'iiutnf tin Denioumtl
nd into tli Feoplo'ci purty Hn u,U
jumped mi tlm supienin cnuitfnrit
iconic t.ix (l.cisinii, Mini pieilicted tlnn
t tilt people iliil not (,et relief f. II
oi pom tii ii mid ting tule iy the liillnt
liey would j;et it tiy liullt-ts. Thing
,-..iitinueil lively in tint Sen.itu nil dui
iii;; tliu cliibiiii; deli.itH on I he flee voin
ij,e substitute, ul.ich at times wiseiy
outer on buth kiilus. The result, of
j.'uue, miis it fuiryono conclusion v. Imi
the sub titute was lepmtid fiom (lie
iniiiicH committee, 'llieiefore nob 1H3
Tlm Cirneie, fit m, which own the
iily two j lmti iutJieU.iiite I Stutps fot
milking heavy 111 nio plate for vivselc.
may iliicovei in tlm not distant futuie
'luit it 1I00. not p iv to lm tioieed)
I'll it they hao heen leatly oei.
. h iii.i"K the tjoxcinment for ninm
,.l ite his ) en niii'le plain ly the iniir
Uutiiui if the Timie committee 01
mux it) nflaiis, Tlm nmy ilep.iitme.nt
a ill soon open l.ii's forniikiiij; home
iniiiK like $5.U00,U00 woith of urmi.i
plate, and if tho prices submitted l
tlm to ehtablithmeiits which can hid
no not much nearer pi ices paid for thi
-."iliio thinj; hy Euinpean Koveinment
han they hTve l.e.etofnru been, tin
ids will he lej.-cted ntid Oi unless, will
eiukc-l to pa.-.ithe hill intu (luced ly
-)eiinti)i Smith if New Je.isi-y uppiopu
itiux moiey ti I'stihlislia.Unxeiiiiiieiit
,l int to 111,1 ko ipiiidi' for our esseU
In fact 'I1.1t bill may be put tluoul.
u.ywiy, us it his in my advocates.
In u .'peecli tl.i-. week in fa vol 1 f tin
M01111 e dootiino 1 evolution, now liefoie
dm Senate, which was uttaikud last
veek by Senator Wolcott of 0 loridf
Seiiiit'oi Thurnton tif 'Nubin-k 1 saw'; "J
ciliiKit believe tint tlm vimvg of the
eimtor fiom C'llnnido (WnlcotlJ com
nieliil thciiiSelVes to thldelitieiatejud
1 cut of tint. Amciicaii people, lliey
iimy be oiiti-f.ietoiy to tlm nionej
chatiLer's Eni.lnid can cnuk 11 whip
to them; but, thaiik G d, tlm money
ohingei.s nut not the uu-tndiuiMtf tin
li'if'oiinl uonrielici). 'I'lny may lm ap
ptoved h) Wall btieet, foi Wall btleet
reptebeiits "that powoiful ayndicate
whieh beiks to dmiiimita the Himncial
mul industtial policy of this country;
but Wall meet cannot dictatit to the
Seiiato of tlm United States. If
itur people ever benotnn no tenile
uil deRiJcd, t(s to Iw williuy to list
the honor of the nutioii on tlm block
exi.hiiii.'f, toju'oup or down with the
matket, it will be time to. tut n tlm pic
tuied face of Washington to the wall
mid to ci-t tlio hwokI of Qcint into
the sen." If that 8irt of talk indicates
jiniroism, niiie.tntli of Iiotli brancheH
of Congress arejintoihU
E Unin;iesMiiali Hitch of Missouri
is still hoping that hi-i autj option dill,
hi.i came near enough to pa-isini:tlm
list CmciesH to .ix tlni uatnble.18 in
r.M ijiiltiirul ptoducts n bnlNcaio, will
bi-c me 'i lny lit wasthii week ivnn
lieiinii; ly tlm Hmisn committee on
11 it-utl in t
An "'hi feature of the arguments
'iini'n 1 1) the delej;Htes to the, vv,oiii,iii'h
ulliaye convention before the coi;git'.-v
ional ;if.mtnittees this week in favor
f woman mi (Tinge was that two of the
States in which wonvin sulfiae exists
Coloiiido and Wyomiusj we-rn un
lejne.ieiited amotu the suffrage talkers.
The Sen ite committee, on foreign
elutinns reported a lesolution lequest
in tlm president to use his good offices
villi Spain to secure a recognition of
tim b.lhs;iuucy of the Cub ins, and
Senator Cametnn reported a minority
1 evolution reqjoiting the preide.it to
ask Spain to recognize the indopen-lenc-j
of Cuba '! Iih fiie will nrnli
iblyjbo adopted by both Senile and
Hnune, not with the expectation that
Spain will lecomiize. the Cubans, hut
is the first step towaids this countty
ecoitn zing them as such, which in
iH-lievod will immediately fallow Sp tin's
efunel, unless there shall 111 the mean
time be a chahge in the condition of
iffjirs in Cub.i.
. Til e New Milling t'urop.
From paitles coining in from Peaiw
villu dining the past tvvoduvs we jjlean
ilm following jnteresllng facts con
eeinliig the bonanza camp:
Tlm e.imp is lapidlv Inking on tlm
ippearalice of u limn; feveial build
ings are in emiioe of ereetion; J ilm II.
Noilon & Co. have 11 stole running.
with.'.V. M. Wasliiiigtou hs manager,
w Ii It-It is doing a good business; Joe
Uigiion Is having n gmxl 'rade in his
i.iloon; two bouriliuir bonnes are in full
iihist and another one'w ill soon be In
There are about 150 men in the camp,
piiiFpei'lorw, nmielfl, nn-ehanics, vvoik
nigmeii and n few idlers. About lhiitv
men are eiuplovetl on the mine and the
foi en will probably be doubled within
1 he next thirty d.ivs.
There is uo conflict between prop
erly owners over town lots. Joe
Uignon mid Uriitinnck Riggs hare sur
veyed ihelr claims and laid them nut
into town lot, which they generally
Innate to those who will agree to build
011 them, bm uo lots will be given to
111 one fur speculation.
Al present there is no work for more
men at the camp, as mini are waiting
for the jibs as f. is l as they are to be
had, bill as the mine is ope. led up and
1 lie. winkings extended there will prnb
ibl be work for a grent many more
ueu, us tlm panics exploiting thlc
propel t)-!iro more than Mitislied with
pieseiit indications, liud the miners
win king In thu shafts say that the lust
me and the htigest quantity is ul the
bottom and not 011 the sin face.
A ltumuntlo Wedding.
The 'Republican" of January SOth
avs: Last evening ntTempe, by Rev.
Fieil Sheldon, Harry Z. Zuek and
,M)itle Phillips were united in mar
riiige. The groom is one of the bright
est members of the legal profession of
Ar'otia, a partner in tint tirm of Van
Hoi 11 & Zuck. The bride is from Car
boinliile, III., of one of the oldest fam
ilies of the State. Her father is the
vrelt-kuown, Congressman Phillips of
There is romance in every wedding,
hut to thN It is attached in an especi
ally notable degree. A few weeks ago
Mr. Zuck was hjiug ill in Tcmpe of a
11 sickness that was tholight to he
mortal. His liance, like the pltlikv
Amei lean girl that she is. oil receipt
of the news at once hpaitlwd the train
ii.il- Aiizonu and came here to assist the
mother of her bittliiMtheil in nursing
him back to vigor. Not tiuftaturalh
his recovery was assured from the date
of her ariival and .was not a slow
The wedding was a quiet one, only
a few personal friends and relatives
It took neat ly $32,000 to run Graham
coiiuty during the year 1895.
LEVI 5TRAUSS & CO.
FACTORY-SAN FRANCISCO -CAt.
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OVERALLS AND SPRING BOTTOM PANTS.
EVERY GARMENT GUARANTEED.
EMPLOY OVER 390 GIRLS.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS,
Office of the Boakd or Scpekvis
oks of the countv of coconino,
.Terkitorv of Arizona. Klacj-
stakf, Arizona, Fi briiitiy'l, 1896.
Board met at their office on the
above date, and there were present:
A. A. Diittou, Chairman.
C. H. Sclnilz,
F. R. Nellis, members board.
J. . Jones, District Attorney.
C. A. Bush. Clerk.
The following business was trans
acted: The bids for the county printing and
publishing were oponeil and we re as
follows: Jones & Stark bid for all the
printing ami publishing. $1,200; E.,S.
ClMk. fl.100; G. U. Young, $999; C.
M. Ftinston, $8-50.
On motion, duly seconded, the con
tract for all the printing ami publish
ing for the year 1896 w.n awarded to
C. M. Fitnstou, and a bond 111 the sum
of $1,000 whs required for the faithful
performance of the contract.
The bill of R. H. Cameron for the
arrest and return of Clmrlts A. (Jieene
was Approved, as were the following
bills: Novelty Specialty Mannfai tuilng
Co.. for vault hinges, $412 50; A. T.
Cornish, for coal, freight, etc., $139 65;
J. A. Wilson, setting up chairs, $38 20;
liull a McDonald, furuiiuroatul record
books. $258 78.
The following bids for medicines and
medical attendance for pauper sick at
Williams w.-re received: R. M. Francis,
f 12 per quarter; P. A. Melick, $19 50
On motion, duly seconded, the con.
tract for medicines and medical attend
ance for the indigent sick at Wjlllams
was awarded to R. M. Frauds for $12
per qtlni ter.
A petition was received from the
citizens of Williams asking that C. P.
Silverman be appointed a justice of
the peaco in and for Williams pre
cinct, Coconino county, Arizona, and
on motion C. B. Silveimail was dnlv
appointed justice of the peace in and
for said precinct, to take effect 011 his
qualifying as required by law.
The contract for cleaning ami guid
ing the coiitthoiise block was awaiiled
to W. A. 1h flower for the sum of $70.
Approved: A. A. Duttoh,
Attest: C. A. Bush.
Ilattle With -1 ramps.
There was riot and death al Benson
Scstcrday afternoon. An unknown
tramp is dead, another is so liadlv
wounded that he cannot live and Dep
uty Sheriff William Sliillam of Benson
was brought to town last night with a
bullet hole, in his breast and another
in his right leg hImivo the kueo. The
trouble grew out of a resistance, of
arrest by a lot of tramps wanted for
petty larceny. Watr.tnts were issued
for the arrest of three or four of them,
and Sheriff Fly of Tombstone and a
deputy sheri-t went down to serve
The tramps refused 'to surrender,
took refuge in a deserted house and
opened tire ou"the approaching officer-.
There was a short but sharp fnsllade.
ami when it was ended one of the
tramps was dead, another mm t illy
wounded and D.'pnt) Sheriff Sliillam
badly wounded. Eight bolus surren
dered and were taken to Tombstone.
It is not belie veiUh.it Deputy Sliillam
will die. Though his breast waspene
tialed he hid 110 difficulty iu speak
ing, and said when he was brought to
the hospital last night that hu was not
.suffering great pain. Tho wounded
officer is well known in Southern Ari
zona. He is about 40 years old. He
s now, besides a deputy sheriff, and
constable, a night watchrotn at Ben
.sou. He was formerly a very efficieut
duputy Uuiled State's marshal. star.
The last few tints of "January and
liisl il.ns of February will witness very
many changes in Prcscott nud else
where in which Fresrott people uro
interested, among which may be men
tioned: Gold water Bros, r.f PrescnH have
rented a portion of the Fleming block
in Phoenix, in which they will open a
til st -el ass high grade dry goods store.
J. M. Aitketi and M. E. Mnrin have
purchased the Phoenix bottling works
and will take charge of them in a fevr
dajs. Both retain interests in Pies
cott. Dentists F. II. Walte and Ltitz hare
dissolved partnership mid gone out of
business entirely. Dr. LtHz has re
turned to his fo.mer home at B.tloit,
Kansas, and Dr. Walte has closed the
office, stored the furniture and will
leave somi for Guadalajara, Mexico.
J. W. Akers has purchased a half
interest in J. P. Dillon's fruit store,
and on aijd after to-morrow the film
will be Dillon & Akers.
Dis. Peiitland aud Allderdic have
formed a copartnership and will con
solidate their dental business to-morrow.
W. W. Vanderhllt has reopeupcl tho
Comet saloon ami sold out the Cob
Web to W. A. Cline.
A. E. Anderson, the bridge fruit
man. has retired from business.
A. J. Dorati. of Powers & Doran, hf
secured an interest in the Bull Dog
mine iu Superstition motiiiteins ami
goes down there to superintend it. Tho
firm, however, continues its business
Fritz Jcssen has moved his head
quarters saloon from Granite street
into the building formerly occupied by
W. A. Cline. with the Gem saloon.
A I.oiik Journey.
Mis. A. P. Webster arrived here
Thursday morning from De la Mar
Nevada. She has rented the Dorriug
ton cottage 011 Main street, opposite
Col. ShaituessysCrjstal Palace saloon.
Mrs. Webster Is an Al barber and will
open a fiist-class barber shop iu the
She has done business iu Montana,
Colorado, Wyoming and Idaho. Mrs.
Webster driive a team direct from Salt
Lake City. Utah, a distance of 1,400
miles to this city, with only a lady
companion. Between hero and that
city ha to be crossed several of the
worst deserts in the United Slates. She
Is the only woman ever known to have
driven a team across this sterile an J
uninhabited region. Yuma Sentinel.
The Discovery isaved Ills Life.
Mr. G. Cailloutte, druggist, Beav-
ernville, HI., 8-1 n: .To Dr. King's
New Discovery I owe my life. Was
taken with la grippe and tried all the
plnsicians for miles about, but of no
avail, and was given tip ami told I
could not live. Having Dr. King's
New Discovery in my store I sent for
a bottle and began its use, and from
the lirst dose begaji to get better, and
after using three bottles was up and
about again. It is worth its weight
iu gold. We won't keep store or house
without it." Gel a free trial at D. J.
BranneiiV tlruir store.
The Old Dominion Copper Company
are gettlntr Into butter shape for tl e
production of copper.. They are now
running two stacka. Al Ilm mine sink
ing was discontinued a short lime since
ami the work begun of enhirgiuif the
shaft to three compirtniHiits. The.
woik has progressed over 200 feet
from the lowest luvel upward, and will
be completed to the surface witbiu a
short lime Belt.
Steps are being taken preparatory to
the orgauiz itlou of mi A. O. U- W.
lodge Iu Globe. A large membership
is already assured. The or.lnr ii grow
ing very rapidly iothe West. ,
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