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glxc dPoconina Jmu.
ELECTION RETlJRrlS, NotfEflBER 3, 1896.
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THURSDAY, KOVEMUKll 12, 1896.
NOTICR TO TIIK 1UMMU.
All contracts and bills (or advertising pay
Advertising rates given upon application.
I)uslncss locals 10 cunts pur lino for first In
sertion, and 5 cents per lino (or euch sule
Tnn Coconino Sun Is ploasi-d to contribute
in public matters, but all notices ot festivals,
(airs, meetings of tociotte, suppui s, entvr
talnmcnts and mention o( marriages, blrtlis
and deaths beyond the regular announce
ment, will be charged (or at regular rates.
Fresh ousters, culwy anil fruit nt
N. F. Dmi'.'licity i)f Di-llcmont, was
Go to Collin's for fresh en-am can
dies, 'llio best in Uio iiKukcl.'
Tlio building of shlowitlks is on
grossing tho attention of our citizens.
' Hood's pills nut harmoniously with
Hood's 'Sitisnp.u ilia. Cure all liver
ills. 25 cent-,.
'J hero is sonio talk about a .success-
'y$o f"l eamlidalo ball in llio Opera Houso
jk3- t i ...i ,, st .... ..i
f, uuuhi iccciiiuci ii. .umu panicuiais
. Pal tics drilling costumes for Wooil-
luaus1 iihisiiueiadu b.ill, seu dialogue
and leato outers at V. U. lelegiaph
office after (i p. 111.
Tim, lbu littlo .son of Mr. and Mrs.
A. T. Cornish, cclubi .itc.il his ninth
biithd.iy on S.tturd.iy by uutui'iniiiiug
a number of bis littlo playm.ilcs.
School books', slates, pencils, tab
lets, ink. pens, hcuholdcis and any
thing ncedtd in tho schoohoom at D.
J. Brannuu's drug stole.
There are already a number of ap
plicants in tho field for the appoint
ment of postmaster at Flagstaff. Thuy
arc all good lepublicans, and may tho
best man win.
Tho wholu story of the wonderful
cures by Hood's Sarsaparllla is soon
told. It makes tho blood licb, pure
and nourishing. It euies hcrofula,
T. J. Coulter lias purchased the Kil
patiick residence, corner tallioad
avenue and Heaver sliccts, and will
take possession ou December 1. A.
T. Coruisb, tho present occupant, has
leased tho II. A. llogers, residence on
the south side of the lailroad track.
At tlio 1'rwab) teriun church, Thurs
day evening, Nov li), Mis. Sisson will
give an illustrated lectin e on "Palm
istry." Doors open at 7:00, lecture
at 8. Admission, 25 cents. Come
and learn how to tell jour owu for
tune. Proceeds for the benefit of the
Hon. X. O. Murphy passed through
Flagstaff Suuday on his way to Phoe
nix. Ho was accompanied by Hon.
George K. White, tho member of con
gress elect front tho Fifth Illinois Con
gressional district. They will rmaiu
in Arizona until the latter part of tho
Up to date, in Frcscott, sajs the
Journal Miner." there are 27 ap
plications for tho postofficc, 16 for
each land ollico, six foreign consuls,
principally to Moxico, four governors,
as man y secretaries, U. S. marshals
.and judges galoro, four internal re
Teuuo'collectors, one U. S. attorney,
14 collectors of customs at Nogales,
and for the sake of modesty, but one
member of McKinley's cabinet.,
Tho followiug services will bo hold
in the Methodist church, Sunday, Nov.
15th: Sunday school, 10 a. m; preach
ing, 11 a. in; class meeting, Bro. Wal
lace leader, 12 ui; Junior League, 3
p. in; JEp worth League, 6:30 p. m;
preaching 7:30; subject morning dis
course, "What is Your Life?" Sub
ject of evening discourse, "Tho Ele
vating 'Inllueuco of Christian Char
.acter." You are cordially invited.
Fathers Clark and Dougherty of the
.Paulist order of San Fiancisco, -will
,hold services in Flagstaff, beginning
-on December 20, and ending Decem
ber 27. Tho morning services will
.be held in tho Catholic church and tho
eycnlug services in tho Opera House.
.Similar services will bo held' in Wil
iliams beginning on December 6, and
,in Winslow on December 13. lathers'
'Clark and Dougherty arc eloquent
speakers, and the public arc cordially
invited to attend theso meetings.
KKTUHN8 OF COCONINO COUNTY.
Offices and Candidates. r.sE,o. ?
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DELhGATK TO CO.N0ULS8. I
AndrewJ.Dornn.lt 224 116 20 21 H 4 i' f'6S 415
Maieus A. Smith, D Willi 24 T 1! ' f. :W
W.O. O'Neill, I'..., n.... 77 111 6... 6 2 18 , I! 4,. S2S
A.A.Dulton.H 2 ! X 21 M ! J " Is 121 W0
William Carroll. D 1UU 15U a t II II I 7 Ki
C. P. MoCormtck. It 21(1 122 S 23 13 n... 7 2 41(1
Henry K. Ashurst, U i' Ml 5" f' 1J W1I M
N.CI.T.ivton.U .W MS 3J 1 H " Sll Ki
James l.oy, U , 1CS lib 11 7 2 (1 U .. 3 S
E.S.Clnrk-.K 2T.4 1(C 17 17 19 B ; 12 10 29 f.!'
T. S. Hunch, D 21 181 2J 11 S 11 " 4 n 40.
It It. Cameron. 3K! 171 .14 21 l!" 11 P !' '
A. T, CornMi, 1) 187 176 18 5 10 18 I 7 410
J. A. Lamport. It : 2(0 12'. 19 21 11 B 2 10 (1 )
1J.III.M. 1-iiincU. 1) 242 221 23 7 17 14 20 7 1S1 f72
AlDoylo.K ns 129 1 18 11 11 B K 4 ."ti
Thomas K. I'uUlnin. 1) 310 103 T. 10 17 7 23 It 1.' 317 CI
,T.M.nnnN.U IV) 114 18 21 U fi 0 in I. Wj
J.A. Vnll.lt 273 119 23 23 1 19 1? 2)
Course tloTWorth, I) 303 142 21 f. 14 1J J 3 'jlO-i
Max Salziuan, I) :'. ls 219 r, 8 3 12 4 7 4..1
W.H.l'owcrs 333 IPS ... h
JUSTICE OF THE rBACE.
E.S. Wilcox. It 2.M " 2o1
.1. A. Wilson, It 19 i
1). It. I'rlmo. I) 1W . ISl
J. C. MlllK'au, I) 228 3" "i
M.T. Iliac k. IS 2C1 61 2K3
K. C. IloclKlcrfler, I) 212 - r
lien F. Taylor. D sn - . ; a -L
Tniii mi 3tr, nn -n as m 17 in
TIIK KLI'.CTOItAL VOTE. VlIIJ TlMtlSITOItV.
Vavnpul County Vote,
McKlulry Una S80 Votes iu the .
,,, . ... .. . 1 ho lesu t of Hie election in luvap.u
a.iiiiiIi 1l tta f.,llii,ta.
Latest ligures, fio:u which thoro is!
littln likelihood of any change being
brought about by tho olllcial returns,
practically eliminates all States from
the doubtful list, and gives McKinley
380 voles in tho electoral college, or a
innjoiity of 113. Tho nearly com
pleted returns give Kentucky, South
Dakota and Wyoming to the Republicans-
and Tennessee to Dryaii. The
figures are as follows:
J.T ITCS roll M'KINLEV.
Ohio - "
Oregon - -.
South Dakota -
bTATt.3 ion Bar AN.
Kansas - 10
Missouri .'. 17
Nebraska .-. 8
Nevada - 3
North Carolina 11
South Carolina fl
Toxas. . f - - 15
.Mi'KInley's electoral plurality 113
l ivlnley's opular majority 1,086.000
la the Hond of Matrimony.
A quiet wedding took place in tho
parlors at Grand Canyon Hotel at
eight o'clock on Saturday night. . The
contracting parties were Mr. Oscar
LoBaron and Mrs. Lora Klostermyer.
Probate Judge N. G. Layton per
formed tho ceremony which united the
happy pair. Tho marriage was a
pleasant surprise to the frionds of the
bride aud groom. Thoy will reside in
Flagstaff. The Sun joins with tho
many friends of the newly wedded
pair in extending congratulations.
DM.EOATK TO COMJIIFSH.
A. J. Doran. It
SI. A. Smith. I) -
W. O. O'Neill . . .,.
W.S. Heid. IS ...
J. W. Norton. I)
Uobcrl DeLarge, I' .- ..
James llarUin, It
V. A. Trltle.lt
C. lloltzsohue. It
W.J. Mulveuuii. D
D.J Warren. D
(J. W. Hull. 1) ,
Sam Foram, 1
W.J. Gilbert. 1' .,
W. 11. Ferguson, 1' ,
C. W. Anderson, lnd
John S. Koss. IS .
O. C. Kuirner, I)L . -
John Hartln, IS ,
D. A. Iluike, 1)
J. I. Huberts, It
W. I. Johnsui, D
TROD 1TK JUDGE.
A. K. Jocelyn, 11.. .
C. 1'. lilcUs.1). . .. .
E. M.Sanford, 11
II. 1). ltoss, D
II. If. Smith, IS
W. G. Wlngflcld, IS
G. 11. Schuorman, I) ... .
T. M. Earnhart, D
W.O. Shook. l
James A, Struhan, 1'
The following are tho successful can
didates iu Apache county. Tho treas
urer is tho only Republican elected.
Delegate to Congress A. J. Dorau... 3
Council Solomon Uarth CO
Assembly J. B. Patterson a
Sheriff St. Georgo Creagho 63
Probate Judgo S. M. Craig 73
District Attorney Alfred Itulz 16
Treasurer Benjamin Schuster 4J
Recorder J. II. Greer 4
Supervisor L. J. Urown 95
Supervisor Ellsba Averltt . 45
Delcgato to Congress M. A. Smith 122
Council P. It. llrady 03
Assembly O. I). Keppy .. 99
Assembly -C P. Mason 115
Sheriff W.C.Truman . 10
Treasurer P. It. llrady Jr 38
Recorder F. A. Chamberlain 76
District Attorney H. D. Casslday 110
Probate Judgo L. C. Horr. 64
Supervisor W. It. Atchley .3 . 102
(supervisor Jesso Urown. 6
Surveyor O. E. Perkins 103
IIUNCH-In Flagstaff, November 6, 1895, to
the wlfo of T. S. Bunch, a son.
BLACKWELL-YAUNEY-ln Williams, No
vember 4, 1890, Hurry E. Blacknoll and
Mrs. Nellie E. Yauney, ISov. O.J. McFaddcn
LE BAKRON-KLOSTEEMYER-In Flag
staff, Novomber 7, 1896, Oscar Le Barron to
Mrs. Lora Klostermy or, Judgo.N. G. Layton
ARKILL-HAMMONDIn Williams, Novem
ber II, 1890. A. L. Arklll to Miss Mattlo
Hammond, Rev. O. J. McFaddcn officiating.
IF YOU fRE
IN f HURRY
For groceries there is alway a wagoa 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.
Ms. 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.,
.CHAS. A. KELLER, Proprietor.
CANDIES, N9TINS, ' TOBACCO,
STATIONERY, ' CIGARS,
All the Dalicaoies of tho Season Fresh from the Market.
You are invited to oall and inspeot my Stock
The town council met on Monday.
J. M. I'Vancis, ma or, D. Babbitt, J,
C. Grim, J. A. Vail and O. A. Keller,
members, anil F. W. Smith, clerk,
wci c present. Tho minutes of the pre
vious meeting wero read aud approved.
The following bills were allowed:
V. A. Ma) flower, 59; Arizona Lum
ber & Timber Co.. 16 75; W. E.
llochdci'liiu'. $13 C8.
The claim of D. II. Prime was laid
over till next meeting to check bill
The claim 'of A. E. Macombcr for
typevviiling was laid over until next
meeting, and tliu clerk instructed to
write Mr. Macomber for an explana
tion. The claim of J. Ii. Pouthio was also
Bids for drainage of te old, town
pond from T. II. Uamsaur and W. A.
Mayflower aud the bid of tho latter
being llio lowest the contract was
awarded to him for $74.72.
The Council gave notice that the;
will sit as a board of equalization on
Monday, November 16, 1896.
The Clerk was instructed to have
Chief Busk lind a suitable place for
the tire engine.
A sidewalk was ordered laid on east
side of Leroux street between Birch
NlThc Council unanimously passed an
ordinance requiring saloon proprietors
to pay a license of $50 per month for
each woman employed in a saloon,
no matter iu what capacity.
An ordinance prohibiting any kind
of lewd dancing within the corporate
limits was also passed.
Highest Ho&or.. Voria i, i i
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Vrre
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Bicycle-Repairing a Specialty.
ilZONfl CENTRAL BANK,
OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA.
Interest Paid on Time
and Savings Deposits.
Drafts Sold Uporj
All Foreigij Gentries.
We have an Extensive Patronage and Cor
respondence throughout Arizona, and Invite
your Banking Business upon Liberal and
B. N. FREEMAN, President,
T.-E, POLLOOK, Vice-President.
W. S. ROBINSON, Cashier.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
Notice Is hereby given that tho duplicate
assessment roll for 189S Is now in my posses
sion (or collection of tsxes therein levied.
That taxes will bo dcllnqunnt on the third
Monday ot December, 1896. Unless paid on
that day or prior thereto five per cent will be
added to tho amount tboreol as penalty.
Payments must bo made at tho ottlco ot tb
tax collector between the hours ct 8.a. m.
and 6 p. m. ot each day, Sunday excepted.
A. T. CORNISH.
Treasurer and Ex-Offlclo Tax Collector.
Flagstaff, Septeirbor 22, 1896.
NOTICE TO ADMINISTRATORS.
Executors and administrators of unsettled
estates now pending in the probate court of
Coconino county, Arizona, are hereby noti
fied to make an accounting of their manage
ment of the affairs of their respective estates
on or bofore Dec. 31, 1896, with the view to
final settlement thereof.
N. G. LAYTON.
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