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FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1896.
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CANDIES, NOTiNS, TOBACCO,
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS-
Officii of the Board of Super
visors OF THE CODNTV OF COCO
NINO, Territory of Arizona.
Flagstaff, October 5, 1696.
Board met at their offieo ou tlio
above date. Present: A. A. Dutton,
chairman; C. H. Schtilz and F. R.
Nellis, in embus; the district attorney
and tlio clerk. The following busi
ness was transacted:
The proclamation of the Governor
of Arizona, calling for an election,
was presented, read, aud on motion
was ordered published.
The following tlainfs against the
county wern allowed:
Ed Whipple & Co., burying in
digent 74 60
T J Knss supplies 2
George Babbitt, w ater 1 CO
0 J Branncn, professional ser
vices 131 23
V S Robinson, professional
sei vices 23
L Ji Burns, dray age 1 60
J II Treat, draago 2
Hall Lithograph Co, envelopes 60
J S Smith, care indigent, Wil
Ftaucis & Mellck, piofcssional
soi vices 33 33
A&PK It, water 18
Sunset Telephone Co., tele
phone service 1
Arizona Lumber"& Timber Co.,
Flagstaff F.ltctric Light Co. . .
II F Ahurst, justice fees
A G Itollliseville, piofcssioiial
Ilo.xuoilh & Friedlcin, repairs
F Itoderigues, interpreter's
F It Nellis, supci visor 153
C II Schulz, supert isor 87
A A Dutton, Mipcnisor 82
F MiitTull, sun it. ay olllcer.. .
D It Pi inie, justice fees
I) It Prime, legistering fees ..
II F Asian. st, regislning fees.
K M liaidesty, i-uiit:tlle fees
F Moi I ell, constable's fees ....
C I Jiih 1 1 nail, just he fi e. 61
N (i l..ilcili, piulmle jiliige fii-s 101
C A Biich. iilii :m:i
R 11 ('aim loo. ciiii- (J S bind
N J Caineion, rep.iiis j.til .. 3
J E Jones, salary 377 J5
J F Hawks, caie indigent 302 10
T F Holden, load work 283
C A Keller, cleik of fourt.. .. 200 96
V K lloehdelfrer. boald of
piisoueis 236 66
I A Mellick, post moiteni 8 33
Dill of C. M Fuustou as commis
sioner of immigration was not al
lowed. Bill of Saginaw Lumber Company
for $38, paid men to fight fires, wa
It being shown that the properly
deseiibed iu tax certificate No. 20 of
the j ear 1895 was erroneously taxed,
the tieiisuier is instructed to refund
to J. (J. Savage 9 87. the amount
paid for said certificate.
O. U. Ward was appointed register
ing officer at Hay Lake precinct in
place of J. V. Carl.
The booki, receipts, stubs, rash and
.ucuiiiil of A. T. Coruit.li, as tieas
iii i and lax collector, were thor
oughly gone over aud checked, and
eieiy tiling was found satisfactory.
ISoatd adjourned to October 6, 1896.
Approved: A. A. Dutton,
Attest: C. A. Bush.
Office or the Hoaiid of Sui-ek-visoits
of the County of Coco
nino, Tekhitouy of Ahizona,
Flagstaff, October 6, 1896.
Board of Supervisors met at their
ollice on tlio above date pursuant to
adjournment ami there were present:
A. A. Dutton, chairman; C. 11. Schul.
ami F. It. Nellis, members; the dis
trict attorney and cleik. The follow
ing business was transacted:
The following claims wero allowed:
H C Beasley, road work . .$ 113 10
It 11 Cameron, sheriirs fees,
etc.., 2,963 61
II A Rogers, supplies 13 85
I) J Brauneu, supplies 1 26
J O Muileasbacli, refunded
fees iu criminal suit 95 65
J. W. Stono was appointed icglster
ing officer at Stone's Ranch, and C. D.
Crichtoti registering' officer at Pine
Swings, and tlio clcik was instructed
to mail them the necessary blanks.
The receipts, stubs of taxes and li
censes collected by R. IL Cameron,
sheriff, were- checked, found correct,
and liis report approved.
Report of N. G. La ton, school
supeiiuleudeut. was checked, found
correct, and approved.
On motion the board adjourned.)
uutil October 12. 1886.
Approved: A. A. Dutton,
Attest: C A. Bush,
Fads In Medicine.
There are fads in medicine as in
medicine as in uvery thing else and a
"new thing" frequently sells for a
short time simply because it is new.
But in medicine, as iu nothing else,
the people demand and will be satis
tied only with posithc, absolute ineiit
The fact that Hood's Sarsaparilla has
stood its ground against all competi
tion, and its sales hae never wavered
but have remained steadily at the top,
demonstrates beyond any doubt the in
tiiusie Witues of this medicine. The
new things haves come and gone, but
Hood's Saisapaiilla rests upon the
solid foundation of absolute mci it and
its power to cuu and its sales con
tinue to be the largest iu the world.
KiltlomcU lly All Who Itrnllzc the III
terests of the Country.
We, (lie Republicans of the terni
lory ol Aiiona, in coin eution assem
bled, hereby renew our allegiance to
the time-hoiioied principles of the
Republican pally as piopouuded by its
founders, and hereby pledge our
united support to tho maintenance of
And we hereby declare that the un
rcstiieted control of the go eminent
b the Democratic pailyhas buen a
recoid of uiiparalled inenpacit) and
disaster. They have intlilessl) sacii
liced indispensable lifeline. Tlicj
haw entailed an unnecessary defieil,
and iai Iioinmed muir foi oitlinnr
fn iim . piling up the public t bt in
iin-s ..f pn(.. Tlicx him fmied an
.nl ei. d liilaiiee nf hade and ie
U'lwl .ill the mi :i.-iii i s and 1 1 Mill cif
MimWill Keiiublicili "isl.itinn.
riieiefoie, be it
Resolved, Thatcei consiilei.ition
of public safe!) demands that the gov
ernment shall bo rescued fiom tin
hands of those who hae shown ilii-m-
sehes incapalile to conduct 't, and
and that it shall be lestoied to the
pit ty which for thirty yeais adminis
tered it with unparalleled success.
That we believe the first and most
important question before thn people
Is the tariff. We believe that the
policy of pi otecting Ameiican indus
tries is the foundation and bulwark of
American development and prospetity.
And we demand such an equitable
variflf upon foieign impoits which
come into competition with Ameiican
products as will not only furnish ade
quate revenue for tlio necessary ex
penses of the government, but will
protect American labor aud Ameiican
wager. We favor the restoration of a
taiifl on wool, as well us upon the im
poi turns of foreign cattle, equal to that
existing under the McKinley law.
Resolved, That protection and
leciptocity are twin measures of Re
publican policy. And wo allogo that
Democratic rule has struck down both,
and we. demand that Loth must be
restoied. Wo demand protection for
what we produce and reciprocity
agreements of mutual interest, which
gain open markets for us iu return for
open maikets for others. Pioteetlou
builds up domestic imlusliles and
trade, and secures for own maiket for
ourselves. Reciprocity builds up our
trade with foreign nations aud finds nn
outlet for our surplus.
Resolved, That we endorse the
national Republican platform as enun
elated at St. Louis without any reser
vation whatever. While we arc bo
l'evcrs iu bi-mctalisin, we believe thai
that the Republican party is the only
true- friend of silver, and will legislate
in such a manner as will bo faorublu
to the ejiiuagi) of silver without dis
turbing tho business interests of the
country. Wo regard tho silver ulank
in.tho national Democratic platform as
simply a subterfuge, iuveuted to con
fuse the people and divett their atten
tion from the true issues before them
Iu this campaign, which is legislation
upon the tariff question.
Resolved, That it is the sense of
this convention that Arizona ought to
bo admitted to statehood, as it would
bo of great benefit to our common
wealth; and we demand our admission
to '.be sisterhood of states, iu this
union1, without further equivocation or
Resolved, That wo indorse, the
conrso of our delegate to congress,
Hon. N. O. Murphy, aud we believe
that the people of Arizoua have been
well aud ably represented by him.
His labors have always been iu the
interests of his constituents.
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it for Constipation aud Sick Headache,
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Cottage Glove Ave., Chicago, was all
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food, had a backache which never left
her, and felt tired aud weary, but six
bottles of Electric Bitters restored her
health and renewed her strength.
PiicesSO cents ami fl. Get a bottle
at D. J. BramiHii's Drug store.
Davis, the agent ol the
& Pacific at this place.
lequesls those who iutend attending
the Carnival of Sports in Albuquerque
ou October 10 to 16 to purchase tickets
and get their baggage checked '.he day
befote the intend going, so as to
at old confusion at the early morning
The People of Flagstaff and vicinity are Invited to
attend a Meeting at v
On the Evening of
MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1896.
The Important Issues of the Day will be Logically
and Clearly Discussed by
HON. A. J. DQRAN,
CANDIDATE FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS,
Ably assisted by other well-known and popular Speakers.
Are extended a most cordial Invitation to
meeting with -their presence.
Bo bothered with inferior good when yon
can get a first-class article if only you
will call for it.
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for any season, but perhaps more gen
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feeling prevails, when the liver is
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tonic and alterative is felt. A prompt
use of this medicine has ofteu averted
long and peihaps fatal bilious fevers.
No medicine will act more surely iu
counteracting and freeing the system
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indigestion, constipation, dizziness
jitld to Electric Bitters. 50c and $1.00
per bottle at D. J. Hianncn's drug
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