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title: 'The Flagstaff sun-democrat. (Flagstaff, Ariz.) 1896-1897, January 21, 1897, Image 1',
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THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO.,
Are confident we know just as much about who is going
to be the next President as you do, but we
not banking so much on our knowledge of politics as we
are on our ability to suit you when you want to buy lum
ber. This is the time to buy, because we are anxious to
turn some of these large piles of lumber into money, and
the prices we have will please
Do you want to figure on a special bill? If so, we are in
shape to do that, for we have a first-class stock and are
.here to' tell you we propose
T SELL CHEAP.
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 thai
is best in Groceries. The Monarch brand ol
Canned Goods the best in the market, arc sold by
us. Our assortment of Table Luxuries embracer
lots of dainties not found in ordinary stores.
Our prices are no higher than you will pay foi
FLAGSTAFF COMMERCIAL CO.,
All the Delicacies of the Season Freah from the Market.
You are invited to call and inspect my Stook
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MANHOOD RESTORED "-r
tloa of temoiu French plijrWn,wllI quickly cur too of all mr-
I out or dlartue ot U (eneratlra orniu, neb m LutMaahood,
DomuIatl'lnlnttiaBiiclc(Smliial AmlaloBa, Ntrmxu Drtlllw
rimplra, tTnlluitn to llwrr. CzhasiUos Dnlta, Varleenel .J
Ooutlpatlon. Ittopii.llloMbTl orntat Prvrtat qt
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Organization Ocmpleted in Both
COCONINO COUNTY RECOG
NIZED AT LAST.
1 hnrles i.'anall Al-polnid Sr(crant-
ut-Arms t tin- AHHrmbly
The Nineteenth LetHatiir met in
Pluienix MiiiiiIhv iiihiii, TIih Iwh
Hoiihts wire full with Hip exeeiiiiii of
.me ineiiiher nf lli Council I'aekiii'il
if Cni-lii.oe hihI two liieiulii8 of tin
Aiweiiilily Smiihof NhVhj. and Mas
IuVmiu of Yiiiiih.
Fred Hligliex of Puna wim elerled
Pieideiit of 1 he C.mieil; Knink Bax
i.t of Maiico)n, chief flerk; Huri
K Fox of (imliiini, eiiiollinjr and en
to8sinK clerk; L. B. St. JitineH .if
Yavapai, sergHaumt-arnw; J. G. Kll
paliiuk ot Mohave, watchman, and
Master Arthur Dunliar of Coconino
The AKR.'inhly'HaN called to onler
by G. W. Hull, who wan accorded thU
honor on account of his lou; serricu an
an Arizona lawmaker. Hon. Henry
F. AohurHt of Coconino was elected
secretary of the temporary organiza
tion. L. O. Cowan of Mohave, Aaron
Goldberg of Maiicopa and G. W.
Skinner of Graham were appointed u
committee 011 ciedeulials. The com
millet: lepotlt'd bhurtiy ' ufie. 1 lie
llsloflhe iiicmljciii-clt'Ut which wa.s
I). G. Clmliuei-ii of Pima wa elected
Speaker; V. i. AiIhuis of Yavapai,
chief clerk; S. A. D. Upluu, ;iui.i.
chief clerk; Charles Picking of Pinal,
enrolling and engrossing clerk; C. N.
Slark of Cocouiuo, asaiotaut eurolliug
and eugrossiug clerk; Charles Cauall
of Cocouiuo, sergeaiil ul-Hiins; Master
Arthur Fraukliu of Maricopa, page; G.
11. Hunt of Gila, walchuiau.
Owing to the illnoM of Governor
I'laukiin the Governor's me.viagt) wan
uutini.shed and cau not be given to
the Legislat lire for several days. The
Governor's condition luw been critical
but lie is improving now.
Our special correspondent give
Tuesday V proceedings as' follows:
The principal busiuess of the I'ues
day morning session was the choice of
a chaplaiu. The successful man was
Hev. Cal. Ogburu, pastor of tin
Christ iau church. Mr. Skinner from
Graham iulroduced u joint resolution
formally establishing the offices of
assistant chief clerk, assistant enroll
ing and eugiossiug clerk, journal clerk
and three cbuimitlee clerks. Capl.
Parker's amendment requiring two of
the committee clerks to be stenograph
ers was afterward withdrawu. Mr.
lleppy then amended to make the sal
aries of the assistant chief clerk and
the journal clerk 5 per diem each.
The amended resolution carried, but
further action on the matter was
blocked pending its disposition in the
A futile attempt was made by Mr.
Goodwin of Maricopa to pass a "no
smoking" resolution, but it was anni
hilated in the flower of its youth. Mr.
Goodwin's resolution was seconded by
Mr. Aslinrst, but as the resolution did
not designate where and when the
habit was to be restricted, it was laid
on the table, and several of the mem
bers lit fresh cigars.
Several familiar faces from the
north wero observed in the lobby,
amoDg the most prominent ones being
C. A. Busb, T. G. Norrji, Niles J.
Cameron and Millard Lore.
Not. A fall account of the pro
ceedings of the Mnsteenth Legislature
TIlH pllilil'll fllV8lH, HUM l)f CH'C-
tiliu. ciiliiilvV liliniHiiiiis rieat UHtunil
ciiiinsiliH, Iihh ihii wIiIkIi'hwm from
entry hy Him LjiihI OIIIch ai Pres.-ntt.
The Catholic Cmbedi-al at Tiiwn
will be dedicated February 7, 1897
At the' fair jrnen Hst month $3,200
Was realized from the proceeds. It
was widely attended hv great numbers
throiii.'haut the southern part of the
Doiihllesi one of the greatest in
VfiiliniiM of the 19th century is 111
Oyelodial Chariot." which will be on
exhibition at the centennial celebration
at Nashville. Tennessee. It will far
eclipse the great Ferris Wheel, It
will run on inclined tails, and reach a
point 200 feet above the ground. The
coiiirivnucH will consist of ten cais
C'lpahle of holding forty person; to
each car. and will he operated witli
The Spanish meaning of Irocha is "a
narrow path' across a high road." In
Cuba the. Irocha of the war means a
line dividing bodies of troops. Capt.
Gen. Weyler had it built ori:inallv
to divide the insurgent forces, part of
which weru in the western portion of
the island under Mnceo and the rest in
the eastern portion under Gomez and
Garcia. A correspondent describes
till? barricade as consisting principally
of a barred wire fence three ft six
inches high, with seminal detachments
immediately behind it. About forty
yards back of this is a trench three
feet wide and four feet deep, with a
breastwork of palmetto logs; fitly
yards further back are log houses in
which the Spanish troops are quar
tered The iiumlier of Aolriiers re
quired to guard the whole line is about
That tilings are urn whai they seem
was evidenced in au Iowa town the
other' afternoon. A spruce. oiiu;
lady, clad in a bran-new suit of ele
gantly tilting bloomers, stepped into
a bicycle repair shop to gel her hike
lixcd. The reprehensible repair man
had been seriously troubled with
bicycle loafers and cranks, who per
sisted in sitting 011 h's counter. A
bright idea entered bis head and it wat
promptly put into execution. A lib
eral quantity of the best XXX tire
cement was spread over the surface ot
the counter and results anxiously
awaited. As the pretty bloomer girl
trotted in with her wheel, the repair
man was so fliistrated for the time that
he did not notice with what oxquisite
grace she hopped upon the, bright aud
shiny counter. Shu Hat there until
her bicycle had been tixed, which was
done by pumping tlm tires full of wiud.
She attempted to slide olf the counter,
but her bloomers stuck fa?t. . The
looseness of the garment allowed her
to reach the floor with the tips of Ler
slippers, but she could go no farther.
The bicycle repairer nearly fainted on
noticing the predicament of his cus
tomer, but at length regained tils
senses sufficiently to null out to the
nearest grocery nnd get a quart' of
benzine, which is a valuable nulidnUs
for accidents of this kind. The
counter and bloomers were liberally
soaked with the Uuid and after liftceu
minutes waiting the bloomer maid, by
this time in tears, was released from
her ridiculous position. ' '
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LEVI -STRAUSS & CO.
OVERALLS AND SPRING BOTTOM PANTS.
tvemr armcmt ouarantcco.
impiov ovcit 390 aim urn.
Celebrated lor Its ttn-.u leav.iiinx strength
and healthfulnes. A!uri the food against
alum and all firms ot adulteration common
to the cheap brandi.
ROTAI, BAKIMl I'll WD Ell CO.. NEW TOBK.
For sale by FLAOSTArT COMMERCIAL
The county printing for Apache
county was n warded to the St. Johns
Herald for $1000. The priming to be
done for Apiclie county amounts to
less thau half of that for Coconino
county which was given to a side
winder slice, for $475.
'The difference at present between'
the handsome young woman and the
codtish," said the Cheerful Idiot, in
answer tov question lie had evidently
put to himself before sitting down at
the table "the difference between the
handsome young woman and the cod
tish is that one has a chance to be
come a fall Lride and the other to
become a ball fried."
Mural Mastersou, Democratic Assemblyman-elect
from Yuma county,
wired his resignation Saturday to the
Board of Supervisors of that county,
be being absent on au important
mining deal. G-.ernor Franklin will
now have to issue an elecliou procla
mation for ten days, to elect his suc
cessor. Yuma will bo wi.houl a rep
resentative in the lower House during
Sara Shortridge of California has
achieved distinction inviting a trinity
of turn downs. First, at the St. Louis
convention, which denied hira a seat;
second, by Miss Spreckles, now Mrs.
Watson, who refused him a heart;
third, by the State Legislature, which
deuliued to consider him for Senator.
Tisru is a suspicion that S'uottiidgu
forgot to provide himself with a
For the next two mouths the Cuban
war must lake a rear seat. Corbett
and Fitzsimiuous have the right of
way, and from the maimer in which
they start off on their new attraction
the daily papers must have space to
burn. Two and three columns every
day now; all about the iron-jawed
puglists. They nny fight and they
may not fight. If they do the battle
:rouud will be in thu vicinity of Reno,
Nev., aiid the date March 17.
What is claimed to have been a
"snap" caucus was held by thirteen
Democratic members of the Assembly
in Phoenix Saturday afternoon. Hon.
Henry F. Asliurst of Coconino county
distinguished himself by his antagon
ism to such methods, aud fought hard
to have tho caucus adjourn until the
other, nine members could be present.
Tho nominees of tho caucus were
elected when the Assembly convened
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