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WANT IT QUICK?
Well of course you do. What
is the use or lumber if you
can't get it when you waiit it?
WE DELIVER PROMPTLY. -
We realize that we must not
only be of the GEi THERE
kind in delivery, buc we must
GET THERE with quality and
prices as well.
Call and see us--as a special
favor to yourself.
THE PRICES ARE
THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO.,
MV FLAGSTAFF ARIZONA.
IN f HURRY
For groceries there is alay 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 by
us. Our assortment of Tabic Luxuries embraces
lots of dainties not found in ordinary stores.
Our prices are no higher than you will pay for
FLAGSTAFF COMMERCIAL CO.,
NEWS DEPOT. . .
All the Delicacies of the Season Fresh from the Market.
You are invited to call and inspeot my Stook
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PIOKKt DKUO STOBX, D. J.
.CHA8, A. KELLER, PnoRIKTOR.
CANDIES, NOTIONS, TOBACCO,
tloaotfmou French phyileliui.wlllqolckJr curt too ofall Mr
join or Umwm ol U (tacratlve omiM. aoeb a- Ittllfunnod.
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BKAKKXK Froptiwtar IbitaJr, A. T.
The Work of the Lawmakers Be
This Wffk'n Hrimt(pProdnctlTe of
Qultf a J.HrKii Amount
Phoenix. Mi. 3. Correspondence
of The Son-Democrat. That the
Ninctf c nili Li'gNlHiui'ti Is not composed
of novices in lawnmking is only too
evident at any day s session of this
biennial hji(i epition of the brightest
men of the Territory.
'llieie'sH. F. Ashurst of Coconino
county, for iiMtanre. Mr. Aslmrst,
hIiIiouIi tin' .M"111"1 niember at this
session, is doing perhaps more bard
woik and aeconiplishing greater re
sults than any older and more exper
ieiieed man in the Assembly. He lias
come rapidly into favor and his abili
ties lmv been lecoguized in his ap
pointment on only the most important
committee1;, he being also chairman of
the Ways and Me.ms committee.
Councilman A. A. Dutton is one of
the most valuable and reliable ineiii
beis in the Council, and his advice 011
important measures is at all times
sought and heeded. He has beeu the
piime mover in a unrulier of inip.it tniit
refoims and to him alone belongs the
credit for the bill to exempt new rail
roads built williiu the Territory after
llntH of lll lilll'a pwej; for n lei 111 of
llllueu I111. 1 jwbh J'blS ineasiiie
ib if vital mii., nance to ('ocuiiiiiii
onuiity and pit ilarly to FlugstalT.
I'hti Ijinliling of the ringsiiiiT nul
di.tiid Can) on i.ti 1 ial. with 'lit ahl
of llio G.uicU.s .me. Loinlj.uili-, may
now lie said to be an as.su 1 ed fact.
Mr. Duttou takes an active part in the
tliscuosioti of measures that ale likely
to cQ'ect bis county, and his bill to
divide the counties into Supervisorial
ilk'Uicis may be s.iid to be aimed at
Coconino county particularly, as now
all the membets of the Boaid of S11
pel visors are lesideuts of Flagstaff,
thus giving Williams no speciticiep
lesentatiou on the Hoard.
Evciy member scons to he aiming
at creating u record lor himself and it
i? safe to say that the people of Ari
zona wete never belter represented
and their inteiests never so Hell
guarded as in the Nineteenth Legisla
ture now in session.
The week's prociedings are as fol
lows: THURSDAY, JANUARY 28.
Mr. Bernard introduced H. B. 34,
relating to the recognition of Eastern
assurance firms, allowing them to go
on the bonds of county aud Territorial
H. B. 19, by Chalmers, relating to
legal newspapers, was put upon Its
third reading and passtd by the
Both Houses met in joint session to
receive the Governor's message. The
message was a paper of considerable
length, but a very able production.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 29.
Considerable business was displised
of by both Houses, but the greater
part of it was unimportant.
Notice was given by Mr. Hunt in
the Council that a bill relative to the
practice of medicine in Arizona would
A bill providing for the qualification
of electors, which requires them to be
able to read and write the English
language, was introduced by Jones in
A bill providing for the classification
of counties and fur the election of
County Assessors and fixing their sal
aries has been introduced.
The bill relative to the appointment
of a messenger at a salary of $4 per
day for the Governor wa indefinitely
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This space will be occupied next week
with an appropriate announcement by the
They did not have
matter this week.
postponed. Littr, a motion to recon
sider the Volt) was lost.
A it ulul imi whs infietl pn.i 'iliny
ihitl live j 'Hit eouimittees of three
ilicin hi-l s of iliu IIlle ami two of the
Cmineil In- ti)oiiiieil to invesli.ite
lei iitmi tl i i-.titiiiiins
SATURDAY, JANUARY &0.
The X. & P. reoigaulzation bill
passed the, House.
Little buiue-s was transacted.
The following committees were ap
pointed to investigate public institu
tions, au appropriation of foOO being
made to defray the expenses:
University Councllmen Lake and Aspln
wall. Assomblymen Goldberg, Reppy and
Penitentiary Councllmen Hakes and Nor
ton, Assemblymen Mulvenon, Patterson aud
Reform Pthool Connclliucn Hunt ud
Dartb, Abscmblymeu l'arkur, Warren and
Normal Scbool-Councllmen Mine and
Dutton. Assemblymen Rogers, Klnlay and
Insane Asylum Councllmen Hugbei and
Carpenter, Assemblymen Hlxt Mason and
The bill to repeal the commissioner
of immigration act was passed by the
'Rogers' local option bill was indefi
nitely postponed iu the House.
An adjournment was then taken
until Tuesday at 2 p. m.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2.
H. B. 55 by Smith, fixing pay for
attorneys appointed to defend indigent
Rogers introduced resolution to pro
vide members with two copies of daily
Iu the Council only a small amount
of work was done. C. B. 7 authori
zing cbairnien'of Boards of Supervisors
to act with Auditor as Territorial
Equalizers, being only discussed.
Soniers Cole, of Port Elizabeth, New
Jersey, while repairing the old Hays
homestead, found a box ot gold and
paper money in tho eave of the house
amounting to $25,000. The money
was ancient money and bank notes,
and owing to its age Is worth consid
erable more than its fact value Tbo
Hays homestead was, built before the
Revolutionary war and the money was
secreted Ihere by John Hays, who was
one of the pioneer settlers of New Jer
sey. A. W. Goudey, the cattle buyer, was
in town yesterday.
time to attend to this
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I. A UO II AND GROW HAT.
We will all have the opportunity to
niiiiiou (I i ',,h ) i,i.li Mbeii AuwiiraVj
filmiest c ii eilietii.e, t'eer Fanny
Itice, ap(. ai at Babbitt's Opera
House lu the xi .t U'lhitijj Hiiertss
entitled -At the Fiendi Bill" 1'bis
-iitci l.tpuileia is (tt'i'Uied to bti a
vei liable cu-lone of novel features,
meriiment and music, and bv far the
best thing that clever Fanny Hire has
ever done. A noted clitic Iias gone on
reeoiil as siiig: "Fanny Rice has
no equal. Shn is simply inesiMaMe.
She In a comedienne in the Same light
that Nat Goodwin aud Sol Smith Rus
sell aie comedians. She. bubbles over
with fun and her fun has a positive
dynamic foice that takes you by the
collar and shakes a heal ty laugh out
ofjou, whether you u ill or not. Sho
inspires the play with the spirit'of her
nun personality until everyone on the
stage and in the audience is a Fanny
Rico in different degrees, aud the great
chatm of it all is, that throughout the
performance, while the fun is at its
wildest, there is nothing pert or
hoydeuisb in her acting; on the cou
trary, she makes manifest a native
modesty and deiacacy that wins and
holds submissive a srenuine admir.itlnn.
She is a thorough artist in every sense
or tne word."
The anti-hat ordinance has gone into
effect in Chicago. At the Columbia
Theater the other night tho' gallery
gods nearly caused a riot by their
demands on tbe ladies in the parquette
to take their bats off. The police
were called in and after seeing that
the ordinance, was obeyed, restored
quiet once more.
Flagstaff has been authorized br
Congress to issue bonds for water
works. The need of water works in
the Skylight City has long beeu ap
parent, but the Harrison act prevented,
the issue of bonds for that purpose
without Congressional consent. The
town will now forgo ahead, as it
should. Kingman Miner.
The S. F., P. & P. railroad shipped
over its line duting 1896, 968 carloads
of csttle, 21 carloads of horses and 98
carloads of sheep and hogs a total of
1087 carloadi. The total number of
cattlo shipped was 29,000. Through
out the Territory, over all lines of
travel, there were shipped out 200,000
head, and 40,000 bead were consumed
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