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l'HUKSUAY. APRIL 9. 1896.
NOTICE TO THE PUHMU.
All contiucts and bills for advertising pay
able nionllily. , ,. .,
iUerill"S ra'c-1 given upon appllcution.
ittislm'-' locals 10 cents per lino for Brst In
sertion, ami Jcrnts per lino for euch subso
TiieCocomnoSun 1i pleased to contribute
In uubllo matters. but till notices ot ft-MlvaM,
fr, meetlns of societies, supper, cntci
t'lmnienti and mention of marriages blrilis
n.l iiiMth beyond tlio regular nniioimoe
mint n 111 be charged forat regular lutes
Holott N given thehlghestand lowest points
ncl-urtil by tlio llierinoiiicter In Flagstaff
durm,: tin' month to litis date:
(,.lU, Maximum Minimum
, . ...40 18
... .60 19
; u a
". ta S5
1 ... .03 S3
e et J
.. 61 34
2 61 25
9 63 30
Uicu-les for rent at Coffin's.
Examine millinery at Rogers'. Gteat
mlui'tioii in pi ices.
If ton urnut to hire bicycles in per
feit condition call at Stkes Bros.'
0stcr, dtcsed poultrv, celery.
ei mlieiiies fruits, etc., at Coffins'.
Pant!, ficin 5 and Suils fmm 1S
ti). Made to order by Green, the
Hood Pills are tho liest after dinner
i)ill; assist digestion, cute headache.
Fot Sale A four-horse power. It is
liit-ilas and will be sold cheap.
Apph to E. Whipple.
U anted Poition as shorthand and
Ut-iitcr. AildiesfMNs Jean Gariu,
caieJ Suler, Cadi, Cat.
Cnflin Hi os., agents for Columbia
liiielis, fold for cash or installment,
oi tl.itle for second hand wheels.
Thete will be the regular preaching J
triwcis in Ilie Pii'sbyierlaii church
next S.u bath molding and evening.
Pi net meeting tills evening at 8.
J. Deir, llic popular tailor ol Pies
cott. will lie licit In a few ils and
ill mk". his nlil fi lends to lemeiiilier to
aw nit his artiviil with a full line of Hue
Dih unlit the inipuiities fioiu jour
Mm tl and build up tour MRtcni by
niaiing an appetite and toning the
Miiiiiidi with Hood's Sat sapitt ilia if
on would keep 3 nut self well.
Suiidiit night, whlleE. N. Craw fotd,
tie Williams jeweler, was attending
dim ih, his .lore was entered and
jew ill alued at $250 was Mt'lcii.
'lime is no clue to the bnrgltiis, lnit
the i llieeis expect to get them.
Han Hoxwoith his sold his butcher
biiMiii.-s to C. E. Vaudcien and Ko li
cit Ileniii'ssy, and they will conduct
the business at the Ilnxwortli stand.
Hie new lit in is composed of pop
ular and actlte business men, who
thiiiiitiglily understand their brauch of
J. T. Lockart, the old reliable
punter, papcr-lmnger and decorator,
still offeis his services to the people
of Flagstaff. Mr. Lockhart Is an artist
in hi) line, and those who intend
liaing wotk done will find it to their
iiiiijie.it to consult him before doing
the w in k.
Mis. Laura M. Johns and Mrs. L. C.
Hughes will bo here on April 14th.
Mis. Johns will deliver an address at
tlm M. E. Church on equal suffrage on
tlie tuning of that date. She has the
qmtatinn of being one of the most
pleasant and convincing advocates of
'Hie National Surgical Institute has
tmiital in the cure of crippled chll
iliin Pacific Branch, 319 Bush street,
ian liancisco, successfully treats all
cm of nithopidie surgery, diseases of
Hie pine, hip and knee joints, paraly
kiS pihs, fistula, nasal catanh, bow
I'S;. knock knees, all deformities and
clnoiiic dUcares. Their success in
beating ilu-se cases is shown by Ihou
simls of lefercnccs from tvustworthy
l' "pie all over the country, Persons
Inning aniictcd children or Mends
slmiilil convince themselves of the ox
I ttlliiit icsulis of tho system of treat
ment by this institute. One or more
'liliiMi surgeons will beat the Bank
Hotel. Flagstaff, Monday, April 20,
WC, witli iippaialus. ono day only, to
Jamil.,, eases. Send for circular.
Kefui-ncc may be had to John Sorg,
escott; Henry E. Kemp, merchant,
1'l"'ei.i.x; H,.,.y Shawsusan, Dudley-"I,,-'S
W. L. Slriiie, Mesa City; P. Daly.
J,w. City. This iustitute has been iu
opciation Iu StQ Francisco for tbo last
Johu Fnucr, who was riditig on top
of a baggage car Monday olght, foil 'as
tlio tralu was passing Old Town. Re
sult, a broken leg. The Injured man
was removed to tbo hospital and Dr.
firauneu attended to bis injuries.
Owing to (ho depression of tho times
T. J. Coalter, the popular laudlord of
tho Bank Hotel, will from April 1st
make the price of day board f6 per
week, three meals per day. Meal
tlekets will bo sold for the convenience
of those desiring them at $7 for tweu-lj-one
It doesn't tnke much medicine to
cure malaiial fever, provided you take
Simmons Liver Regulator. It is just
the remedy for malaria and all spring
ailmeuts. And ou don't need to take
much of it. Simmons Liver Regu
lator broke a case of malarial fever of
three years standing for me, and less
than one bottle did it. I still use it
when in need of auy medicine." C.
Himrod, Lancaster, Ohio.
HEEE AND THESE-
Movements or Home Folks and N'ote
Thomas Ffyo left Monday for Raton.
T. H. Mead. M. D., and George A.
Grovis visited the Gtnud Canyon this
B. Brook of Denver, superintendent
of this division ot the Western Union
Telegraph Company, is in town to-day.
Fred W. Smith, T. J. Coalter and
William Powell left yesterday for
Bumble Bee to look after their mining
interests iu that district.
Ben R. Coffin icturued Friday from
Leavenworth, Kansas, where be has
been for the past six mouths attending
the Central Business College.
Rev. T. C. Moffett returned from
Phoenix this morning, where he has
been iu attendance upon the aunual
meeting of the Piesbytery of Arizona.
M. J. Kennedy, C. H. MeClure. T.
A. Riekel aud Harry Jacoby left yes
terday for a prospecting lour in the
Cherry Creek aud Big Bug districts iu
Ed Whipple letuiocd M.uiilu.t from
a Hip to Chicago. During his absence
he visited the vaiiotts stone-sawing
eslalililnuenis in the West, and he
helii ves he has found a saw that will
stand the woik of culling the tolcauic
tufa. It is a dinmoir'-tnoth saw and
made b a Chicago concern.
L. II. Tolfiee, wife anil daughters.
Misses Edith and Gertrude, arrived
Tuesday from Los Angeles and left for
thoGiajul Can on this morning. They
will open the hotel next week. Mr.
Tol f ice sats that the indications point
to a good season, and that a large
number of tourists will visit the Grand
Canyon this summer.
Our Special Kdltlon.
Tlio Sex has somewhat changed the
original idea of the special edition, anil
the issue will be deferred until next
month. Tho edition will contain a
large amount of matter of special in
terest to Coconino county. It will be
handsomely illustrated with views of
our town, its business houses, resi
dences, schools and churches and of
the scenery in this ticinity. The edi
tion will be one of great value to this
section, aud will merit tho liberal sup
port of all our citizens. A competent
newspaper man, familiar with this class
of work, has been engaged by the Sun
to assist in the labor of issuing this
edition, and no effort or expense will
bo spared to make this special illus
trated edition equal, if not superior, to
any work of this. character ever issued
in the Territory.
La Fiesta De Los Anseles.
Tickets for La Fiesta de Los Angeles,
Apiil 22d to 25lh, will be sold on the
A. & P. at the following rates for Ihe
round trip: Ash Fork, S0; Williams.
30; Challender, $30; Bellemnnt, t30;
Flagstaff, 131; Canyon Diablo, $33;
Wlnslow, $34; Holbmok to Albu
querque, Inclusive. $35. Tickets on
sale April 18th, with final limit April
30th. Via Bnrstow in each direction.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pur Grape Cream of Tartar Powder, free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 VJAW THB CTAWARD.
1HB WN ELECTION.
The Keault of the First Munioipal
X Total of 881 Vote 1'olled
The Result Satisfactory to the
Voters The'citlzen Munl-
fest a Lively Interest.
Flagstaff held tlio first election since
incorporation on Monday, April 6th.
The vote was a large one and was 11
surprise to most of our citizens. There
was but little excitement, although the
voters manifested a lively interest in
I he election.
There were eight candidates for the
Council, out of which five were to be)
For town clerk there were three
candidates for the voters to choose
The marshal's office was considered
a choice plum, and consequently there
were eight candidates for that sup
posedly soft simp, and the interest of
tho voters largely centered ou that
The office of Supervisor of Streets
is said to be a fat place, and four can
didates sought the duties of this office.
The polls opened At 8 o'clock in tin
morning and closed at 6 in the even
ing. The balloting was by tho Aus
tralian system, and while somewhat
complicated, the voting was done
without confusion, the voter easih
marking his ticket. Out of the total
vote only two tickets were rejected.
The vote for the various offices was
V. A. Keller 101
I. W. Francis 137
l. Itabbltt 131
J. A Vail. 180
J. K. Treat lufc
C. A. Groenlaw 103
George Hoxworth Tt
Fred W. Smith
Miss F. N. Dukes
Oscar Gibson .
L. S. Drum
W. G. DleMnson
Hurry KUllnpbury. ....
J. 11. Smith . ..
surERVisoii or stiieets,
W. A. Mayflower
F. L. Bcal
T. II. Kiimsaur
Our New Hank Ofllclnl.
The position of icH-prcllent of the
Arizona Central hank has been filled
by the election of Thomas E. l'olloek.
who thus assumes Ihe local chat go of
affairs. Mr. Pollock is an active and
correct young business man, of linati
clal worth and a trained banker. He
comes to us from Zcaring, Iowa, where
he has been part owner and cashier of
the Farmers' Bauk for many years.
Under this arrange in cut President
Freemau is left more frco to advance
Ihe interests of Flagstaff aud this sec
tion iu the circles of his business ac
quaintance in Denver and Chicago.
Mr. Robinson will remain the popular
The "Reflector," Marshalltown, la.,
of April 6lh, sajs: "T. E. Pollock, who
has been engaged In banking in Zcar
ing, left Wednesday evening for Flag
staff, Ariz., to assume Ihe management
of the Arizona Central Bauk, one of
the oldest aud reliable institutions of
that growing Territory. Mr. Pollock
is a fine banker, In highly esteemed,
aud his family is onu of the oldest and
most lesnected In Haidiii county. His
father, T. J. Pollock of low Falls,
will take charge of Ihe bank ut Zear
lug, Iowa. W'e are sol ry to lose Air.
Pollock from our set-lion, but can con
gratulate tht bank to which he has
united himself aud the city to v hlch he
For over Fifty Yean.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup lm
been used for over fifty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect 1 ueces".
It soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is
the best remedy for diarrhoea. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer imme
diately. Sold by druggists iu evert
part of the world. Twenty-five tents
a bottle Be sure nml ask for "Mr-.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," am' lake
no other kind.
County central Uomml'.tce.
The following are tho. members of
the Republican County Cent nil Com
mittee: E. S.1 Clark, chalrnia 1; C. M.
Funston, secretarv; F. W. Smith, I).
M. Rlordan, G. A. Bray. H. C. Lockett,
W. G. Stewart, George F. 'Campbell,
Flagstaff; J. L. Davis, E. H. Simpson,
F. R. Nelllsi W. M. Johnston, W II
iiams; T. W.; Brookbank. .Tuba Oily;
N. F. Douirherty, Bullemont; Millard
is SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR-don't
forget to take it. The Liver gets sluggish
during the Winter, just like all nature,
and the system becomes choked up by
the accumulated waste, which brings on
Malaria, Fever and Ague and Rheuma
tism. You want to wake up your Liver
now, but be sure you take SIMMONS
Liver Regulator to do it. it also
regulates the Liver keeps it properly at
work, when your system will be free from
poison and the whole body Invigorated.
You get THE BEST BLOOD when
your system Is in Ai condition, and that
will only be when the Liver Is kept active.
Try a Liver Remedy once and note the
difference. But take only SIMMONS
LIVER REGULATOR It is SIMMONS
LIVER REGULATOR which makes the
difference. Take it in powder or in liquid
already prepared, or make a tea of. the
powder; but take SIMMONS LIVER REGU
LATOR. You'll find the RED Z on every
package. Look for it.
J. H. Zcilin & Co.. rhiladelDhio, Pa.
GOSNEY-In Flacstaff. March 5, 1806, to tho
wife of E. 8. Gosney, a daughter.
llucklen's . mica Solve.
The best salve In (he world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
Mires, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns aud all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, 01 no p,iy required,
ft is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by D. J. Brau
neii, Flagstaff. Arizona.
Catarrh Cannot be Cured.
With local applications, as they cannot
leach the se.it of the disease, aud in
older to cure it )ou must take internal
remedies. Hall's Catarrh Curo is
taken internally, and acts directly on
:he blood and mucous mil faces. Hall's
C.tt.iiih'Cuiti U not a quack medicine.
It was pieM-iihed ly one of I he best,
ih.sici.ius In Ibis coiinirt for eai,s,
mil is a uvular pti".ciiptiou. It h-i-um.
posed of the best lonies known, com
lined witli the best blood puiificrs,
in-dug iliii'ctly 011 the iniieotis sur
f.n !. Tin- pi'ifecl couibin.itiiiii of the
two illl 1 lllrllN N ub.tl plnihiei'S Midi
uniiili 1 fill ti'oiills in fining ealai ill.
Si'inl tor Ic.sllnini'iala. flee.
F. J. C11KNEY & CO.. Piops..
Toll do, O.
Sold bt diiigisls, pi ice 7oc.
AO. U. W.-I'LAGSTAIT LODGE, No. 13,
. Mei-tsuvuiy Tliur&U.iy night. In (J. A.
it. hull. Visiting W01 kiuen are cordially In
vited. J. A. WILbON. M.W.
'. It. WEATHMtronu, llccurder.
COUKT COCONINO. I. O. F NO. bW,
meets every 1'iiesduy evening In G. A. It.
liuil. VUlilng brethren coidlully Invited to
attend. C. M. FUNSIOX, U. U.
J. M. CLAMC, It. S.
F'LAGSTAI'F LODGE. NO. 7. F. & A. M.
Ucgulur meetings on the tlrsi baturday
night of euch calendar month In Masonic
Hull. Kllp.itrlck building. Sojourning
brethren curd. ally Invited.
J. GUT11UIE SAVAGE. W. M.
T. E. Pulliam, Secretary.
FOREST CAMP. NO. 1, WOODMEN OF
the World, meets first and third Friday
evenings In each month in G. A. It. Hull,
visiting sovereigns are eoruiuiiy invueu 10
11. u. iiisLiiauuunr,
C. A. Keller, Clerk,
r" A. II.-HEOULAR
It.. .No. t. DeD.irt-
VI, Kunsoni I'ost. O. A.
ment of Arizona, nlll beheld in G. A. It. hull
on second and lust Sututduy In euch month.
L. L. liUUNS. Commander.
E. II. Cress, Post Adjutant.
IO. (). F.-FLAGSTAH' LODGE. NO. 11,
. meets every Frlduy evening In Masonic
nan. visiting nreinren coraiauy invuea.
.1. W. WEATHEltFwUD, N. O.
Cuas. Clauk, Secretary.
MOUNTAIN LODGE, NO. 15. K. OF P.
meets every Wednesday night In their
casiio hull In U. A. It. hull. Ail visiting
K. XT. BELL, C. 0.
C. II. CODLC, K. of r. s
NOTICE TO FREIGHTERS.
1.030 teams wanted to haul coke from Fort
ThonihS to the town ot Globe. A. T aud
copper back (torn Globe to Fort Thomas.
GILA VALLEY. GLOBE Se NORTHERN
By Wm. Garland. President.
Address: Howie. A. T.
From the Spring
Lakes at Bellemont,
is now ready for de
A. T. CORNISH,
IN "ft HURRY
For groceries there is alway, a wagon at our
door ready to bring them to you. Your order
will be filled promptly. We have everything that
is best in Groceries. The Monarch brand of
Canned Goods the best in the market, are sold by
us. Our assortment of Table Luxuries embraces
lots of dainties not found in ordinary stores.
Our prices are no higher than you will pay for
FLAGSTAFF COMMERCIAL CO.,
Reserve Fund Life Association
$18,450,000 Paid in Death Claims by the Mutual Life Associ
ation from 1 88 1 to 1894.
A NEW SYSTEM
The Strongest and Most Progressive of all the Insurance
Companies Extant I
Rates Nearly 5o Per Cent Cheaper than in the Old System Companies.
K. SS. CLARK, Agent,
BROADWAY, Opp. CITY HAUL.
TELEPHONE 904 LOS ANGELES, CAL.
MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT
'To Insure prompt replies to requests for goods or samples, state
clearly your requirements. All orders filled the same day as received.
Sole Agents for DR. JAEGER'S
HR1Z0HR CEHTRflL Ml
OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA.
Interest Paid on Time
and Savings Deposits.
Draffs 3old Upbi)
Ail Foreigr) GoGrjtries.
We bare an Extensive Patronage and Cor
rcspondeace throughout Arizona, and Invite
your Banking Business upon Liberal and
B. N. FREEMAN, President.
W. S. ROBINSON, Cashier.
-PEALEU 1 1-
AND THE BEST.
SANITARY WOOL UNDERWEAR
STRICTLY IN ITI
The goodness of Shoes
is more important than
the poorness of price of
Shoes. The Shoes you
want are the Shoes we
have. Our prices are
M. J. BA6NALL BOOT & SHOE CO.,
One of two things we al
ways mean to do to sell
you better goods than
you can get elsewhere
for the tame price; to
sell you the same goods
at a lower price than
you can get them else
where. t3sT"llll Orders receive prompt ittraUom
ard "Family Medi
cine : Cures the
ills of humanity.
SHOES! SHOES! 0 IT SHOES!
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