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FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, TUUltgDAY. JANUARY 'J8. Ii7.
WANT IT QUICK?
Well of course you do. What
is the use ot lumber if you
can't get it when you want it?
WE DELIVER PROMPTLY
We realize that we must not
T only be of the GEi THERE
-kind in delivery, buc we must
GET THERE with quality and
prices as well.
Call and see
favor to" yourself.
THE PRICES ARE
V &, "
THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO.,
For groceries thereis aj"Ray;-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, are sold ty
us. Our assortment of Table Luxuries embraces
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 Fresh from the Market. ,
' Ton are invited to call and inspeot my Stock
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BEFORE aRSAFTErl FidneaaDdUwortaarTonranai2slllmnmlilaa.
st taMtla. CUPIOKMaisttecMitylmownrtrBedloeiinwIibmlaiiopwatloo.
wrilUaroranteeglvensJisieT returned If six braes does tMftoM
ltieabo.x tut HW.oy mall. 8eiroeyBj.clrcaUraidtesiiipoolisr
Tns reason snneren are no. iaimi j
PIOmtlR DBUO STUBS, D. J.
- ius - - as a special
.OHA8. A. KELLER, PnoFraiTon.
CANDIES, NOTIONS, TOBACCO,
tloaof famotuFm&pbntclan,wUlqnlcUrauyouofall n,i
toos or clls of toe eneraUTe orpin, sucb as tottlfubooi).
Insomnia. 1-atns In tbe Bjclc, Seminal fnlsilau, Merroai DebHlt?
PlmpleeTUDfiuicas to Marry, KxhansUiw Drains, Varloonele and
ConsUpatton. It (torn all losses by da or nlfhL Prereats quick.
atm oldlKbaire. wblcb If not cheeked leads to BpsrmatorrboM ana
iwwi.ai.iiwwiw mmj yvr veae bzw wwhw wim
MOO tret IxdoqI-
BEANN1CN Fnprietcr FkU, A. T.
The Legislative Mill Is Beginning
to Bun Smoothly.
A, Large Number of Hills Ileitis; In
troduced In Hoth Houses
The. Proceedings Up
The Niiiett-eiillr' Jjinlatuit) i
liiuilly gi-ltin iIiiwii in luisiiifsn and
from now mi llll will lie luiiietl oul
f I he mill at m lively into.
'Ilio oiil laisiiiiMx Hi-i-oinpli.slicil
WciliirBilax, lln-20lli, wan Hie raUinn
of t tie i-hIhiiih of the clfiks of the
Ah-! mill in 6 )t-r la, for the cliief
eluik anil 5 pur day for all oilim
rllk. TIlUTMlllj'H MOfCHllillgH ua
tiikeii up wiih H.p.iutiiie coiiimiitffH.
Quite a nnuilii't' of liilU wcih iniio-
diiced in ilin Coiiiii'il anil Asemlih
Kiidny anil llit-u whs an ailjuiiiiiniein
l.iki-n in Moniln.
'1'hn following U (lie ptnceediiign up
Knfifi of Gi.iIiiiiii ft.l I CifliiCftl a hill
piovnl'ii for local pl Imi an in tin
Milit of iiiiiixli'Htin liitioi8. I'ained
KfCiind rending hiiiI ol deled printed.
ltmiHid of riiiia iiiiii'dm-ed a hill
In piovide for Hie fiuilier iimiiilenmire
of iIih LTiiieixii of Arizona. 'Ihio
pioides for lev iti; a lax. n( one-half
of one mill to keep up Hie inmiiutliiii.
Phmm-iI Iin sitipihI leailiiig and piinled.
UeiiiHld also iiiliodiifi'd n.liill to len
Irtie llm I UMiiiii'of loeoinoliveH. 'l'his
ineaMiin iri of ver small importance.
1H Skinner of Graham Bill to pro
vide for the liHWiieiit of, Tel'liloiial
ami county 'axe Heini-atinuajly nne-
hlf in Ueniiiliei, (lie oilier half in
June Iti nil beeonil tlllltj and ordeled
pinned. 4 tr
IS H ;j;s of Ciirliifp- t exliiifj lne
"flli O of JjlipelHIlHI.d. ill of Iai8
I'eli.il null (.Intiilitlde I'lMlIHII"iln
Very little meiil to the bill and mi
doiihledly will he defeated.
B PieHton (if Pima AhnliAhin the
Boaid of Iliimigralion Comiui-sioiiei?.
Ainu h) Ml'. 1'ifHton, a hill to piohihit
die huniiiif: and killing of ganle
iHinel, elk, moiilitaiii wlieep, antelope,
deei or nioiiiilalu goat for a peiiod ot
By Riggs of Cochise Exempting
flom taXHtmil fur a peiiod of leu e:tlA
all lailioadM cim.iti ucted hereafter in
the Ti uitory.
B Warrcu of Yavapai Appropriat
ing "$16,000 from the rcntT.il fund foi
the completion of the, Nouniil School
By Dutton of Coconino A hill re
lating to inuiirpoi'aied towns, giving
to them cei lain definite ligbta mil
piovided for hy the existiug l.iw.
By IluglifH of I'iiiiu Til leoig.tnize
and i suit fuiiher power to the 'J ei
litoiiitl ljoaid of Equaliation.
By Dutton if Ciiconiiio Gi anting
exempiioii fiom taxation for apeiioii
nf twenty eait to new lailioadg. This
is pel haps the mobt iuipui taut hill ol
By Chalmers (Ashtirst in l he chair)
To define a legal newspaper for the
publication of legal notices.
A number of bills of small impor
tance were ititioduced by Noitou of
Yavapai, and Hughes of Pima.
Three woman suffrage bills were in
troduced iu the Assembly.
House resolution to appoint com
mit tea to visit the Reform behool in
definitely postponed in the Council.
Asliurst of Coconino introduced bill
in Assembly re'uoving the Territo
rial prison from Yuma to Preacott.
Dutton of Coconino introduced bill
relating to ineoiporated towns of 500
Hakes Creating new counties and
abolishing Territorial Superintendeut
Bills were introduced dividing
counties into Supervisorial districts,
lepeal of Board of Immigration, abo
liliou Board of Control and to make
the office of Assessor elective.
Bills were also introduced creating
Circuit courts ana abolishing Probate
By Ashurst Completion and main
tenance of Reform School, levying a
special tax tnereior.
I'rolect Our Klieep IndllHlrv.
We dole If the Klagsl h IT pap- rs I mil
the AiizuiiH SliHepbieeilcis' and Wonl
giowelx' ArisiiflHtioll held a ilieeltnir
or a miiich of meeiings, in that city r -
eelltl, dlwlslllir the needs of llieir'
lillsilleHR. ill the belief tlllt I lie Legis
lature can do Komelhing at the preRe t
Anions other things, a rommtitee f
three was appointed In draft a pelllli a
and leHolulioii to the Lejri. Inline,
prating for Hlleh iin.sitniicii iu the li ie
of proiecliou as can he given from
I his xoiiice. They waul a pioteelive
eai-niaik, hh well ns a conipulsoiy !n
Npeetiou law, both of which they ale
eiitiiled iii. I'loliubh no other iu
iliiKliy In the Soiiihwect has had
uitleh In eonteiid with in lecent eaia
ay I he sheep iinlii'lry ami peihaps mi
other has had no lillle alteiiliou al the
IihihIh of our )ievioiiH Legislatuie as
litis indusliK. The alie. p and wool
hllsilieNS is to llt.lliy SecliotlH olnnl I ll
illl Arizona what the call In huniuess ih
lo southern Aiizoua her mains a)
aid ll deeles Hnnielhing.
'lhe HNsihtanen the seek ill the wa
named aboe, is ery ea3 to grant,
and would propel) come under the
head of live block legislation, as it i
palt and pal eel of the builles, anil
should be elliluaced wilhiii the line of
duties of the Live block Sauitan
lluald. The sought for inspection
would piopeily come within the bounds
of the wolk of the board, and the
sheep ineii would faiu better. Phoeuix
Congiess giants Flagstaff the au
thority to issue bonds to the amount of
$66,UU0 for the construction of water
woiks for that famous summer resort.
This means a laigo acquisition to the
population and business of Flagstaff,
and it must bi come ilie nu-st attract
ive and famous lev it weJit of the
Mn-sihiippi I In but' iongrstulates
the progiresivn people of tie ciij
above the clouds in then uuicesg in
s'ecuiing this legislation. Tucson
COltN AND CHEMICALS.
Said to Have Supplanted Hurley and
Malt 111 Ueer-MMklUK'
St. Louis, Jan. 26. A dispatch
from Milwaukee fas: The tremend
ous drop in the bailey malt product
has stilted up lhe mallsleis and they
evince a disposition to make some in
teicsting diselosnips. They finely
declare that iu many lueweiies abairel
of bprT is being made with the use of
but a half bushel of barley malt, while
lhe German stand ml for pure beer is
thieetmshe'.s. The claim is as finely
made that corn ami chemicals have
practically supplanted bailey iu the
production of the beverage of the
When tho attention of Mr. Aug. A.
Bnseli, vice-pieshlent of lhe Auhetiser-
Busrli lltpwitig Association, was called
to the above article, . he expressed no
surprise in seeing the dispatch from
Milwaukee, calling attention to the
tremendous drop in the barley malt
product, but wondered why mote had
not been said in public print with
referenee to tho matter. Continuing,
he said: "We do not now, nor have
we ever, used corn in the production
of any of our beers, and we have al
ways contended that first-class beer
cannot be made by using corn as a
substitute for barley malt."
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.
FACTORY-SAN FRANC1SC0-CAL. ,
OVERALLS AND SPRING BOTTOM PANTS.
EVERY GARMENT GUARANTCBO.
EMPLOY OVER 390 OIRI.S.
Celebrated for Its irreat leavening strenitk
and hi-Hllhfulncss. Assures the food aealnst
slum and all forms of adulteration common
to ibe chexp brand.
hovai, dako rowDEit co . m tork.
Kor sale by FLAUSTAKF COMMERCIAL
Last Sunday we were startled mid
shocked to read that .1. II. Tolfree had '
been found dead in his bed at Mojave
Si tin day morning. Some people
jumped a the conclusion that he had
commuted suicide, but we knew him
loo well to believe any such wild re
port. The autopsy showed nppoplex?
to he the cause of his death, which
occurred some time dining the night.
Mr. Tolfree was an old railroad man
but of late years has owned the rail
loud eating houses at Mnjuvei Saitgug,
and Bakeistield. Ho also operated
for one year, the Hotel Nadeau at Los
Angeles. IIu was a warmhearted,
generous, trusting, cheei fill and jovial
man. one who made fi lends easily and
retained them for life. He was srener-'
oils to a fault. We have known and
loved him for years and have lost a-
true friend lie loives a daughter,
Maud, who is iieie u Calif rnia. and
sun who is in New Yoik, also a In other
L ll lolfiee. who is piiiii-i i of
ilio New Bank Hotel iti KlH'itiff.
To allot these our heal t goes out m
sympathy for their bereavement, and
with them will cherish thoughts of
love for the dear depaitcd. Redlands -(Cal.)
We learn that Lyman H. Tolfree
who is now in California, has been ap
pointed admiulstiator of his deceased
brother's property, which is extensive
and valuable, and that he may not
leturu to Flagstaff for some time.
Fi.AGSTAKr's vvalerwoik-s bond hill
iioai ly become a laWwithout the Presi
dent's Rigimtuio the ten days expir
ing yesterday. And all ou account of
ex Queen Liliu.kitlani of Hawaii.
I'Iih greasy and du-jky chunk of royalty
kept chasing between Bos'-on and
Washington after her fat friend Grover
until he at length in sheer desperation
betook himself in all haste to the
duck-hunting giounds ot Virginia,
leaving tho While House Satin daw
Li I squat on the White House steps
and is up to the time of coins to press
still there. Another question arises in
the minds of Flagstaff citizens who are
in tile habit of carrying rabbit's feet
in their vest pockets: Won't this in
cident biing "slathers" of luck to all
who may become connected with the
construction of the waterworks, in
cluding the Skylight City itself t At
any rate it is not hard to connect the
waterworks with what President
Cleveland may call "tho, darkest ro
mance of his life."
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