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IE WATER BONDS ADOPTED.
The Munioi -al Election Passed Off
A Total or 178 Votes Cast. Onlv
Five or Wliloh U'ero
The municipal election held Monday,
pni'RUitiii'o to hii older lijr tlm Cil
Conncil. to vote on tliu tnupnsiilon to
Issue bonds to tlm Hinouut of $65,000
for tlm coiiFtl'iielioii of : FjMteni of
watorwoiks for Flagstaff, re.snlled in
an almost uniiniuioiis vot for tin
iMtiHtice of the bowls: Out of I ho 17.1
Totes rast, 168 weie in favor of the
bond" and but live opened to the
Dut injr llie bonis Unit tlip polls were
open nil llie saloons and liquor houses
woro closed up tljiht. The election
passed off without incident, and in the
Awning, after the votes weio counted
and the lesult announced, theie whs
general lejoicinjr all mound, although
as a matter of fact ereijone felt posi
tive that the bunds would be adnpteil.
Ei vein) mioiisible EMein biokei
age firms hae already expiessed their
willingness to take the entire issue of
onils at par and no tioublu in effecl
fag their sale will be expel fenced.
At soon hh the neather peimils
wot k n ill he begun on the lading of
the pie fieni Jack Smith's Springs,
seventeen milts uoith of town, and
the building of a leservoir, the putting
In of mains, etc. This work will take
about four months to complete and h
-September 1 the water oiks will be
finished and Flagstaff be supplied witii
the purest water in the woild.
EMERSON HIGH SCHOOL.
Tbe Term Report Makes h Splendid
Shewing; or 1'rogrrSB.
To the Patrons of our Public School:
The following data ate given, com
prising as it does the tabulated result),
of our school. I hope tbey will prove
of general Interest.
It ceitainly is a source of satisfac
tion to know thai iu the commercial
advancement of this newly developed
country the piogiess of the schools has
been morn than commensurate. To
this progress ia due, in a great meas
ure, the intelligent and careful super
vision of tbe Superintendent, the
Board and tbe patrons in general.
Tbe instructors feel that tbey have
not only beeu generous in sympathy
and interest, but in providing "whjj
and means" as well.
We hae been glad to welcome as
many isilors as bare come, but tberu
ate still a few of our pattons who
have never been with usaud personally
nrpecled our woik. Wo would be
glad to welcome them, for we believe
our school to be carefully graded and
our wm k as thorough as any school In
the Ten itory.
Tbe advancement of the pupils In
their woik may be y sternal ically
shown by our estem of gradation.
Our com se now covers all tbe work in
matbcniatiis, tbe sciences, literature
and hifctoiy found in any high school
la the Ten itory, and wo would be
glad to show the lesults of our work
to any one desiiiug to examine tbe
Jfttiun-lipta and grades. .
The icpoit is as follows:
Total enrollment 2SS
Average dally attendance 147
First Primary Mrs. Oluey, teacher.
Total dayaatttndance 4028
Total cases tardiness 0
Avenge dally attendance 47
Second "Primary Miss Curie Finnic,
Total days attendance 1401
Total cases tardiness 62
Average dally attendance 26
Intermediate Department-Miss Ilennessy.
Total days attendance 2308
Total cases tardiness 33
Average dally attendance 31
Grammar Department Hits Dutton,
Total dally attendance 1808
Total cates tardiness 33
Avciago dally attendance) n
High t-ibool Department Z. O. Wasson,
Total days attendance 2813
Total cases tardiness 0
Average dally attendance 30
J. U. Wasson, Principal.
Funstou's Special Edition on sale at
this iifllce; 6c. per copy. Just the
thing to send to ft lends In tbe East.
When you take Hood's Tills. The bis, old-fashioned,
sugar-coated pills, which tear you all to
pieces, are not In It with Hood's, rosy to take
yid easy to oiwrute. Is true
)f Hood's rills, which are B.! ll-
p to date In every respect flllS
.afe, certain anil sure. All a el al w
ttrtigglsts. Me. C I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Musi.
The only nils to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla,
8100 ItKWAltn. St 00.
The leadeis of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one. dieadid disease that science ha
been able lo cine in all ils stages and
that is catairlt. Hall's Catanh Cure
is the onh positive cute now known to
the medienl fialernily. Catarrh belli"
a constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional tieatment. Hull's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, act
ing directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaiesof the system, thereby
esiroying the foundation of tlm dia
ease, and giving the patient strength
by building tip the constitution and
assisting nature in doing its woik
The prouiielors have so much faith in
its curative powers, that they offer
One Hundied Dnllais for any c.ise that
ii fails to cute. Send for list of testi
F. J, Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold bv diuggixts, 75c.
HaH'sFamily Pills ate the best.
lion. E. F. Gteenlaw of Coconino
county, member of the Assembly two
years ago, and one of the cleveiei
men of the north, is iu the city to
spend a few days. Phoenix Gazette.
A GOOD I.ETTKK
From the Clerk of the Circuit
Feknandina, Fla Feb. 28, 1896.
Mr. J. GEOiiGKSunRER, DiuggistCitr.
Dear George: Please send mo a
bottle of Chambei Iain's Cough rem
edy. I would not feci easy if I knew
there was none of this valuable Rem
edy in the house. I have given it a
fair test and consider it one nf the
very best remedies for croup that I
have ever found. One dose has
always been sufficient, although I use
It. freely. Any cold my chiidreu con
tract yields very readily lo this medi
cine. I can conscientiously recom
mend it fur croup and colds in chil
dren. Yours respectfully, Gko. F. Wolff.
Sold bv D. J. Brannen's Drug Store.
Notice to Teachers.
The first quarterly teacher's exami
nation for Coconino county will he
held at the Courthouse, Flagstaff, on
Moiilay and Tucsdav, March 1 and 2,
1897. N. G. Latton,
Chairman Hoard of Examiners.
A few iiKMiths ago, Mr. Uy ton Every.
of vVoodstock, Mich., was badly afflict-
e I with ibeumatistn. His right leg
was swollen the full length, causing
hlni'great suffering. He was advised
t try Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
Tuu first bottle of it helped him con
siderably and tho second bottle effected
a cure. Tbe 25 and 60 cent sizes for
ealo by D. J. Brannen's Drug Stote.
Mr. Ward L. Smith, of Fredericks
town, Mo., was troubled with chronic
dianhoea for over thirty years. Ha
bad become fully satisfied that it was
only a question of a short time until be
would have to give up. He bad oeen
treated by some of the best physicians
in Europe and America, butgot no per
manent relief. O110 day he picked up
a newspaper and chanced to read an
advertisement of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. He
got a bottle of it, the first dose helped
him and its continued use cured him.
For sale, by D. J. Brannen's Drug
$fflj$tir When you OR&
A A Always the best. J$K
i''' For sale everywhere. ?-Th
wrV D M- FERRY co- Jf&
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MINI CEHTRHL Ml
OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA.
Interest Paid on Time
and Savings Deposits.
Drafts Sold Upon
All Foreign Goantries.
We have an Fxtenslvo Patronage and Cor
respondence throughout Arizona, and lnvlt
your Banklne Business upou Liberal am.
B. N, FBEEMAN, President,
T, E. POLLOOK, Vice-PreBident.
Flagstaff Undertaking Parlors
EDGAR WHIPPLE, Manager.
A FULL LINE OF FINE MAH03ANT AND
METALLIC COFFINS and BURIAL E0BE3.
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY.
Everything Up to Date.
ASBESTOS COFFINS that afford Piotcctlon
In any climuto.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
IIOMKSTIAD EnTHT NO. 12U.
Land Ornct at I'iieicott, Ariz. I
January 11. 1887. f
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler bus filed notice ot her Inten
t'nn to make Anal proof in support of her
claim, and that said proof will be rondo be
fore clerk of Probate Uourt at rlagstaff
Arlrona. on February St). 1897, viz: Lorn
Klosf ernicycr for the JiF.H. bee S, Twpt. v.
Hhe names the following witnesses to prove
her continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion ofs.itd land, to wit: Jamos Wallace
(leorge W. McDowell. A. J. Diamond. Frank
lin Ebert. all of Flagstaff, Arltona.
P. W. O'SULLITAN. Register
AT THE HOTELS.
J. M. Hale, a. commercial traveler,
tvm a truest at the Grand Canyon Hotel
VV. L. Wills, a stockman of Trinidad.
Colo., registered at the Grand Canyon
IA Bishop, a San Francisco traveling
man, was a guest at the Grand Canyon
C. II. Faucher, land agent of the A.
& P., registered at the Grand Canyon
Hotel Fi iday.
H. Urockmier, an Albuquerque com
mcicia! tr.iveiti, ugistoi til at tho New
U.tnk last Thuisday.
Drs. O. D. Weeks and D. A. Clark
ot Uedlands, Cal., X-ray pecialisls, are
stopping at the New Bank.
Mr. and Mra. G. W. Purdy (Fannie
Rice) made their headquarters at the
N'w Hank Hotel while here.
George Spangenberg, a traveling
salesman of Omaha, slopped at the
Gland Can on Hotel Tuesday.
H. S. Wiuans, an oil salesman for a
Milwaukee establishment, stopped at
the New Bank Hotel Satin day.
W. II. Constable, the well known
commercial traveler, registeied at the
Grand Canyon Hotel last Thuisilny.
Frank W. Vorne and T. P. Newton,
mining investors of Des Moines, In.,
slopped at the Grand Canyon Hotel
Charles F. Pat menter and James B.
Trutey, Chicago knights of tie grip,
registered at tbe New Bank Hotel
E. O. Seymour, representing A.
Schilling & Co., of San- Fraucisro,
stopped at the Grand Canyon Hotel last
Roheit C. Porter, representing a
hardware flrnt of Los Angeles, done
business here Saturday, stopping at the
New Bank Hotel.
Miss Kate Mirhelena, Miss Becky
Halghl, Charles H. Drew. Alex Haig,
Mr. and Mrs. Fiank Gaillard, George
H. Biodeiick, John Couley, Ralph .
Bicknell aud John S.Terry, of the
Fanny Rico company, stopped at the
Grand Canjon Hotel, Friday.
U. D.J. HUANNEN, PHYSICIAN AND
Hureeon. FlantufT. Arizona.. Will to.
spond promptly to all calls from any point
on the Atlantic & Pacific Railroad. Office
and drug store oppoMtu the depot.
WS. ROBINCON. M. I).. FLAGSTAFF.
1 Arizona. Office and residence in thi
Presbyterian parsonage. Telephone So. U.
CaV Offlt e lion from a to 11 a mi 2 to 4 p. in.
Dr. J. A. Miller, den
tal unrg-eon. Patrons
eared for all along the
time of the A. P.
romee In tbe Babbitt
block. Those desiring
work In hU line should
call on him.
DUNCH JONKS. ATTORNEYS-AT-I.AW
- Will praetlce In all the courts jn the Fourth
Judicial DUtrict. Land litigation a HPKU Al,
'1 i . Oltlce at court house. Haemal!, Aria.
E1 S. CLARK. ATTORNEY AT LAW
1, Office In the tl!iblU building, Flag
-tuff, Arizona. Practice before tbe Lam
llepnrtment a apecalty.
(SCAK ClBSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW-v-
Will oractlce in til conrta of ths ronrtl.
Judicial district. Office wlthK. 8. bosuey In
me tiatitmt building.
CATHOLIC CHURCH, REV. V. DILLY
I'nslur. On buuduvs: Low hann hi i
oi;lo k a. in.: High Mast, at 10:30 a.m. buiida;
-ciiooi H13..W p. in. iUMiiiy hiiu iicneaiciiiii
it 3 p. m. On week days: Muks at 7:30 11. m
mi the hccond btinaay or each month, prajii
iiieetlng lit 10. JO a. in.; bunday fechoul at ll:rf
a.m. All cordially Invited.
LrillbT M. E. CHURCH, CORNER 01
17 Church and Land. Street. O 1'. II
un, 1'aitur. I'reutlni g at 11 a. m. and T p. ui
Minduy; Sunday M.I100I at 10 a. in.. Oscai
lillison, Buperlnteiident. C'laxs meetings at
i2:lo p. ni. Kpttortb League 6:30 p m
I'rayer meeting Wednesday evening at T:3fl
FMRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
North .San Krancinco atrect. II. I'.
enter, pastor. Sabbath Hcrvices: I'reavhliu
11 a. m. ana so. m.; eunaav fcciiooi. 10 h
m.: Y. P. 8. C.
prajer meeting. 7:1S p. m
Mid-week conference and Draver. Wednch-
duy evening at 8 p.m. A cordial Invltatluii
m extended to all.
A O. U. W.-FLAGSTAFP IX)DGE, No. 13
-. Meets every Thursday night. In O. A.
It. Hall. Visiting Workmen are cordially In
vited. P. C. HOCH DEUFPEU. M. W.
C. M. I'dnstok, Recorder.
SOURT COCONINO, I. O. P.. NO. HM,
meets every Tuewtay evening In O. A. It
I. Visiting brethren cordially Invited to
ittend. DIt. D.J. UKANNEN. C. R.
Loots SritRS. R. S.
AGSTAKP LODGE. NO. 7. V. & A. M.-
.egular meetings on the nrst eaturnaj
of each rnlendar month In Mawinic
Hall. KIlDatrick huildlnir. bolournluK
brethren cordially Invited.
W. II. ANDEU&ON, Master.
J. Odtorie Savaqe, Secretary.
FOREST CAMP, NO. 1. WOODMEN
of the World, meets every Widnosday
evening In the month In Masonic Hall
VIMting sovereigns are cordially Invited to
attend. II. O. K1SL1NGIIURY,
C. A. Kellck. Clerk.
GA. R.-REGULAR MEETINGS OP
. Ransom Post. O. A. B.. No. 4. Depart
ment of Arizona, will be held In O. A. R. hall
on second and last Saturday In each month.
E. It. JONKS. Commander.
E. H. Cans, Post Adjutant.
T O. O. K.-KLAOSTAhP LODGE. NO. 11,
I, meets every Friday evening In Masonic
hall. Visiting brethren cordially Invited.
J. K. JONES, N. G.
J. L. DocaaiRTT. Secretary.
OUNTAIN LODGE. NO. IS. K. OF P.
meets everv WedneMlav nisht In their
castle nan in u. a. it. nan. ah turning
. l . . . . A . . .v . . . ....
brothers Invited to attend.
W. A. MAYFLOWER, tt O.
C. II. Cobi.k. K. of K. S.
NOTICE OF IJONTES f.
Unitid STTK8 I.1ND Omci. I
Prescott. Ariz.. January 28. 1897. f
Complaint having been filed In this office
by Robert Glllandcra against Martin Hotts,
for abandoning bis Homestead Entry No.
til. made May 25. 189X for the SWU of Sec. 28.
Twpt. 20 N.. R. 8 E.. Gila and bait River
Meridian. Coconino county, Arizona, with a
view to tbo cancellation of said ontry, con
testant alleging that said Martin llottsbas
wholly abandoned said tract of land and bus
fulled to cultivate tho same fer more than
six months next prior to date of tiling affi
davit of contest In tho United States Land
Offli'o atPre.scott Arizona.
Tho contestant having filed his duyl cor
roborated affidavit of contest in this office on
January 28, 18W7. and alio having filed on
said date In said office his affidavit setting
forth that he, the said contestant, after
using due diligence. Is unable to get personal
service upon the said contestee and asks
th t suld service be had by publication. The
same Is granted and the said pari lea are
hereby summoned to personally appear at
the office of the Clerk of the District Court
of the county of Coconino, Territory ot Ari
zona, at tho city of Flagstaff. In said county
and Territory, on the 2th day of arch, A,
D. 1897, at 10 o'clock a. m., to respond and
furnish testimony concerning said alleged
Hearing before tbe Register and Receiver
of tho United States Land Office at Prescott,
Arizona, on the 30th day of March, A. D.
1897. at 2 o'clock p.m.
P. W. O'SULLIVAN, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Hd. E. No. 781.
Land orrtcc at Prescott, I
February 9, 1897. I
Notice is hereby given that tbe following
named settlor has filed notice ot his Intention
to make final proof In support of his claim,
and that said proof will be made before
Clerk of Probate Court, at Flagstaff, Ariz..
April 1, 1897. viz.. Edgar O. Watson, fur
the 8 M BE X. and South Bouthwest H,
Section 23. Township 20 North, Range 7 East.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon andcultlva
t on of said land. viz. : George Babbitt, Flag
staff, Ariz.; Asa Clark of Flagstaff, Ari
zona; John O. Harrington ot Flagstaff, Ari
zona; Steven Purtyman of Flagstaff, Ariz.
P. W. O'SULLIVAN, Register.
First publication February II, 1897.
Bicycle Repairing a Specialty..
Fine Wines, Liquors
t. Louis Bottled Bter a Spec ialtf
.Quietest place In town No gambling
FAMILY TKADK IOI ICm.Ii.
Rest and cheapest hotel on the line
of tho A. & P.
MEALS, 25c. LODGING, 50c.
J. E. HAWKS, Proprietor:
ARIZONA CATTLE CO.
Range, San FraurUru Mountains.
Vnlliiu.'l ha VMnnrat pahiii.IJh. IRA
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OOO acres, laoRVrrd IoI'huIv; or, will
iruse aa me jor mirrp or raiue, its
wliole or In part, to mil lease.
KltAKK M. 1.1VKI1MOI1E,
General Manager, PlaKstalT, A. T.
Ear marks, slit In each ear; horses and
mules. Al, right bin: Increase, Al on rlgh
shoulder. P. O. address. Flagstaff. Arizona.
Fiukk M. LiVEKMORK. General Manager.
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NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Ornce or Towx rtrna, t
Flaostakf ARtz., Jan. ST. 189T. f
Scaled bids will bo received atthlsoffico
until 10 o'clock a. m March 8.1837, for the
erection of a out (1) story brick building to
be used as a City Fire Hall and Jail, accord
ing to plans and specification to be seen at
The Council reserves the right to reject
anv or all bids and will require tbe success
ful bidder to give bond In the sum ot two
thousand (13000) dollars.
F. W. SMITn. Clerk, i
Rxbk Rivxr & Los Ahqci.es Klicxbio)
Power Co ,
Los Akqclxs, Ual.. Jan. It. 189T.
Notice Is herebv zlven that the annual
meeting of tho stockholders of tho Kern
River & Los Angeles Electric Power Com
pany will bo held at the New Bank Hotel In
the town of Flagstaff, Coconlnu county, Arl
zon i, on Tuesday, the 2nd day of March, 188T,
at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing
a Board of Directors for the ensuing year.
and for the transaction of such other bust
ntss us may properly come before the meet
ing. The stock transfer books of the company
will be closed on Saturday, the 20th day of
February, 1897, at 6 o'clock p. m. and will re
main closed until Wednesday, the 3rd. day of
March, at 10 o'clock a. m.
E. II. BROOKS. Seer. Fro Tern
By order ot tho'Board of Director.