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OFFICIAL fKLISin'ION'UlilUKNS OV COCONINO UJUNTV
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1890.
Offices and Candidates.
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AH contracts and bills for advertising pay
A'dTcrtUlng rates given upon application.
Business locals 10 cents per lino for first ln
sortlon, and 6 cents per lino for each subse
The Coconino bu.v Is pleased to comrlbuto
In public manors, but all notices of festivals,
fairs, meetings of societies, suppers, enter
tainments and mention of marriages, births
and deaths beyond the tegular announce
ment, will bo charged for at tegular rates.
Fresh ojsteis, celery ami fiuit at
Hood's pills aiecasy to taktt, easy to
operate. Curu indigestion, lieuil
iftchc. 2o i!.
A spur has bpenrun from tho A. &
P. track lo Greenlaw Urns, n: 1 1 1 . It
starts from the same point tliu old
.Prentice spur did.
J. M. Dennis was In town Tuesday.
lie has Ins saw mill tip and in running
order, and is rutting lumber to tho
full capacity of his plant.
R. II, Cameron, John V. Garrett
of Baltimore, Mil., and Arthur A.
Blownlie, of Chicago, left yesterday
morning for the (Juiml Canyon of the
L. II, Tolfiee, while packing furni.
turn at lli Grand Cumin, on Sunday
, injured hit. back. Ike Wheeler came
in Tiiesdn, and left testerd.iy with a
catriage to bring Mr. Tolfree to this
place if he is able to be moved.
You can be well when your blood is
rich, ptuo and tiouiixhiug. Hood's
.Sarsaptrill.i mikes the blood licit and
pure and cures all blood diseases, re
storing health and vigor.
Tho, A. & P. are laying CO pound
steel rails on their track between Dav
enport and Uellemont. The old rails
which are lighter are in good condi
tion anil will be taken elsewhere.
T. J. Coulter is now offering for sale
' - in lots to suit the purchasers, the fur
niture, stove, bedding, table ware and
'mattrefses of the Hank hotel. He can
-Jbe found in the IIoworth.buIltling.
Itnv. O P. Wilson Ii idtiu-of Mm M
t& s,v,E. church, hts tho following subjects
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1$ for his discourses on Sunday: "Tho
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A rain storm set in Tuesday night,
ami Wednesday morning the rain
o turned to snow which fell during the
da-. The snow melted as fast as it
fell and the sidewalks and streets were
filled with mud and sliiih.
Appioptiate Thanksgiving Da' ex
ercises were held in tho chapel of
Emeisou high school yestetday. Tho
pupils of Mrs. OlnuV.s and Miss Pill
ule's looms weio the entertainers.
They acquitted themselves in an ad
mirable manner, and they well do
served the applause they received.
Al Dojlo and Robt. Ferguson re
r tinned from a prospecting tiip to Big
Lug. Monday. They brought back
some lieh specimens of supper ore,
taken from a claim which they located
near that camp. Tho ledge is a large
one, and will bo developed by the
finders. Mr. Doyle has known of this
ledge for twenty years but only coil
s'. eluded to Incite it a few weeks ago.
I. II. Tolfreu has leased the Hank
Hotel al Flagstaff and takes possession
; ou the liist, when Tom Coulter's leaso
expires. While tho boys will regiet
- to lose tho genialTotii, they will uu
.glad to have so competent and ple.is-
i jant'a proprietor as Lyman Tolfree.
Thocditotial Association .of Southern
1 'California will never forgot him and
" .his family who mado their stay so
pleasant at the Grand Canyon. Red-
Fiauk M. Livermaro general man
ager of tho Arizona Cattlo Co. at Flag-.-.
staff, camo in ou last night's train and
met with a hearty welcome from many
old acquaintances. In tho days of
long ago, when San Bernardino was
-the neatest railway point to Prescott,
, Frank could bo seen handling the lib-
bous on Jim Stewart's stage line, and
was rated as , one of the cleverest
..' roadsters" on nr off tho seat. Mr.
3r.T. ii"- Livcrmnro finds tint scenes of his earlv
W i f Krcatly changed, but enough lias
Srlvaf Vjsayampa faces are left to show that he
W- .$ is still "in it." Journal Miner.'
DKLEGATC TO CONQRESS.
Andrew J. Doran. K.,
Marcus , Hinlth, I)..
W. O. O'Neill, I'
A. A. Dut ton. R. .
William Carroll. I).,
O. P. McG'ormlck. It..
Henry V. Ashurst, D
N. O. Lay ton. It .
James Loy, 1) .,
K.S. Clark. II .
T.S. llunuli, D.
It II. Cameron. It..
A. T. Cornish, U .
J. A. Lamport, R ..
Dan M. Francis. I).
Al Doyle. R
Thomas E. I'nlliaui, 1).
.T. M. Donnls. R
J. A. Vail. R
t.corgo Howrorth. D
.Max Halzman, D !....
W. II. Powers
JUSTICE OV THE PEACE.
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.1. A WllnOll, It .
D. H. I'rlmo, 1). .
J. C. Mllllgan. I)
M.T. Black. R
V. O. llochderller, D
HERE AND THERE-
.MovcnientH of Homo Kolkx anil Kotc
E. F. Greuuhiw was in town Tues
day. D. K. Janit-3 is up from Cottonwood
L L. Ferrall of Williams spent
Miss Ftdiciii Marley left for Los
Angeles, Cnl. Saturday.
Miss Margeret Wallace is recovering
from an attack1 of fever.
Dr. Miller returned from a trip to
Los Angeles Saturday.
J. Latiten of West li.idun, Ind., is
registered at the Grand Canyon hotel.
Thos- R. Lomhaid, a mining man
from Chicago, spent several days here
this week. ,
Mis. J. D. Nnwinan loaves to-mor-row
for Los Angeles where she will
Frank Morrell, Judge Sanford and
Deputy Slici iff Bugglyn were up from
T. M. Wingo and W. R. RIcaumier
of tho Alliuqueiquu "Democrat," weie
ill town this week.
W. II. Iiath.tgo of Winslow and Dis
trict Attorney elect of Navnjo count,
was in lowu Monday.
'1'. E. Pollock left Tuesday night on
the liver, for a I wo weeks visit to his
former homo in Ze ring, Iowa.
T. A.'Rioidan left Tuesday morning
for Alhiiqueiquo to meet Mrs. Riordnn
who has heeu visiling in Cincinnati.
They will uriive homo to-day.
Mrs. IJ. Hock expects to leavo next
Monday for her former home in Alex
amliia, Kv. Her mother is ill and she
will remain wlih her for some time.
J. W. Thurher leturned Monday
from a trip to tho new mining camp of
Uandshurg, Cat. Ho sajs that there
are about 1S00 people in and around
F. L. Rogers, r.f Williams, was in
town Monday. Mr. Rogers has sold
his cattle interests in Coconino county
nd is contemplating making Southern
( mifornia his future home.
U O. O'Neill, who has been in Co
conino county for the past two Weeks,
left for Prescott Monday. Bucky is
pleased to know that his vote for dele
gate to Congress is increased nearly
900 votes over two years ago.
Harvey Hubbs of Kingman, was in
town Tuesday. Mr. Hubbs as re
elected treasurer of Mohave county
and was the most popular candidate
beforo the people of that county, carry
ing tho county by a much larger ma
jority than any candidate on tho three
tickets in the field.
Fathers Clark anil Dougherty tho
two members of the P.mlist Order in
San FraneUco, who are to conduct
Missious in this vicinity during the
month of December, are eloquent
speakers. Fully two-thiids of the men
in this Order of Preachers are converts
to the Catholic religion; consequently
they understand exactly how to please
and entertain mixed audiences.
They arc strLtly in, sympathy with
all those who may- be haiassed by
doubts and perplexities of a religious
nature, since they have expoiicnced
similar oi deals themselves. All those
wishing to hear religion reasonably,
ably and impartially discussed, should
not fail to hear them during their visit
E. N. Crawford the Williams jeweler,
was in town Monday.
A Masquerade ball will be given at
Babbitts opera house on New Years
Probate Jtrlgo L-tyloii, Monday, is
sued a marriage license to Mr. Dct
wiler of Prescott, and Anna Abol of
Williams, On Tuesday he issued a
mariiagu license to R. E. Powell and
Ida May Font, both if Tuba City.
Tho annual ball of Forest Camp
Woodman of the World was given at
Babbitt's opera house last night. The
affair was a liillli.iut success. The
Hour of the hall was crowded witli
tiiuiry masker". Tho grand march
was begun at !) o'clock and the danc
ing was kept up uutil 2:30 this
Ono of the society events of tho
coming month will bo the mairiago
of Dr. D. J. Binnnen and Miss Felicia
Marley. Tho wedding will take place
in Pomona, Cal. The doctor is ono
of the popular physicians of Flagstaff,
well and favorably known throughout
the territoiy. Miss Marley is a sister
of Mrs. J. X. McDonald of Challender.
Highest Honors World's I-air,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Vwe
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
IN f. 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.,
All the Delicacies of the Season Fresh from the Market.
You are invited to call and inspect my Stock
Struck by a Train.
Tuesday afternoon a west bound
freight train killed a Mexican about
three miles this side of Bellemont.
Engineer Davis, who was running the
locomotive, suys he noticed the man
walking on the ends of the ties when
about half a milo away. When about
threo train lengths away he blew the
whistle and supposed the man would
get out of the way, but instead be
stepped between the rails. Tiie en
gineer again sounded the whistle but
lis tho man still kept between the rails
and the train was close to him the
brakes were applied but too late to
prevent the engine from striking the
track walker. Tho victim was thrown
to the ground with such foieo as to
produce instant death. The body was
put into the cabooso and taken to
Bellemnnt. Tho train crew were sunt
back to the placo with the body, ano
arrived at 8 o'clock p. tn. Justie
of the Peace Morse summoned a eoro
ners jury and an inquest was held.
The dead man was a Mexican and
known to but few of his countrymen.
Ho was known to them as Oa'n Diego.
The jury returned a vet diet of acci
dental death and exoneiated the train
crew from all blame in the matter.
Flagstaff Lodge, No. 13. A. O. U.
W. gave a royal welcome to A. E.
Pierce, Giand Master Workman of the
juiisdiction of Colorado, New Mexico
and Arizona, on last Saturday night.
Over ono hundred menibcrs of the or
der, and their fiiends, assembled in
the hall to greet their distinguished
guest. Dr. D. J. Biannen, D. D. G.
M. in a few well chosen words, intro
duced Mr. Pierce, who addressed the
assembly on the work of tho A. O. U.
W. Short addresses were made by
Rev. Wilson and E. S. Clatk. After
the speeches the assembly adjourned
to the banquet hall where an elegant
collation was partaken of. Grand
Master Pierce and a number of the
members of Flagstaff Lodge, visited
the cliff dwellings Friday. Mr. Pierce
left in tho aftei'noon for Yuma and
will visit the lodges in the territory.
Mrs. F. W. Sisson gave an interest
ing talk on palmistry at tho Presby
terianchurch Thursday night. The
church was crowded and the lecture
was highiy appreciated by tho,e in at
Go to Cofflu's for fresh cream can
dies. The best in the market.
-CHAS. A. KELLER, Proprietor.
CANDIES, NOTIONS, TOBACCO,
T. A. Rionlan and F. W. Sisson of
the Arizona Lumber company of Flag
staff, the gate city to the Grand Can
yon, are in the city for a brief visit.
Mr. Sisson says tho sheepmen of that
pastoral part of Arizona are in high
feather over McKinley's election, the
revising effect of which has been al
ready markedly shown in the steadily
advancing price of sheep. The price
on bleaters for mutton has increased
60 cents per head since the election,
sheepraisers now receiving$2.50 apiece
for the animals, while wool has gone
up.a cent a pound.
T. J. Eam.in, the Kansas City deader, '
who buys extensively in northern Ari
zona, writes tho most cheering news
from there in legard to tho advance
in prices ami thu maikcts in the cast.
NVPhc town of Flagstaff has an $2,000
me appaiaius, which, lor lite past
month has been standing in the street,
for tho leason that there is no place
to put it. The Town Council should
at once find some place to put the fire
engine. As it is now the engine is out
of Dider and should afire occur it
could not be used, and the town would
bo at the mercy of the flames. There
should be no delay in this matter.
The Grand View hotel in Jerome
was sold Monday to E. E. B.irtlett of
Prescott, for 10,010.
J. A. Fleming, who has been in the
east for the past couple of weeks pur
chasing machinery for the Black War
rior group of copper mines at Globe,
is expected to return in a few days
when ho will go on to Globe and place
that property in active operation.
Governor Franklin yesterday after
noon granted a pardon to Lark Pierce,
sentenced from Yavapai county in
June, 1894, to two years and nine
months for grand larceny. His time
would have expired on Thanksgiving
day, and the pardon was granted for
the purpose of restoring him to citizen
At the annual meeting of tho stock
holders of the S. F. P. & P. Railroad
company, held at Prescott on the 21st,
tho following named directors were
elected, no changes having taken
place: D. M. Ferry, N. K. Fairbanks,
George Kretzinger, W. C. Bashford,
C. C. Bowen, R. McCurdy, Jay Mor
ton, S. J. Murphy, F. M. Murphy.