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Tin Sun-Dkmoorat U pleased to contribute
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30. 1897.
AT BAUIUTT'S OlMSK A IIOU8K.
Dvc,W.-"tenaMeFlvo8hllllugs." by tho
I'luK-iturr Dramatic Circle. '
Dec. 31. -Masquerade ball given by the In
dependent Order of Foresters.
,fllaukelsWa' QHt8 at lha Cash
-(.Store, t ,
Tbe tlBiojwrill soon bo up for swear
i Curtttinat, passed off pleasantly In
Owblll collector will not niftke bl
vl.'nr irtut-liuia urate h work so to J.
$&tfoWb' ttilbe W. V. Trofllce.
Jb'rbWUie .elgn oi. tbo tunes large
Investments will bo made Here next
Mrs. V. C. Bayless lias been quite
sick for tbo past two weeks, but is
Probate Judge I.aytou was looking
after olllclal busluess at Williams
Monday aud Tuesday.
' Rubbers, overshoes and rubber boots
in great vailety for men women and
cblldion, at tbo Cash Stoic.
Next Monday Ibe contract Jfor
county business for the year 1898 will
be let by the Board of Supervisors.
T. J. Coalter is having the rock
placed on tbo ground for the founda
tion of the now postoMee building, i
V ri,.. p. fa. Cornish and wife came up
frnm AlbnniiRrauo and siut Christmas
iiifa .. ... . ., I JufHa In mil.
v.wilh tneir relatives au in"
Si city. ,
Father Dilly ofllclatea nl the mar
riage of Joseph P. ' WlfrW$Ug
Roselta A. Phelan at-WWrtKe lot
;! Moieupah MudersbwhUre the
cleanest, nicest, most eenveaiwrtjneai
maiket In town. Tbrir meals wiTall
fiesh andof thoflncst.
James May, one of Ihe host known
sheep meu in Arizona, was married
last week to a lady in Ohio whoso
narao wo failed to leaiu. f
m- v. it. Cnrroll returned from
Chicago Saturday. Her many friends
condoles with her iu the sad loss of
her mother, whoso death occurred re
Buying In carload 'lot we get car
load prices and carload JW freight
on Furniture, and can give our patrons
tho benelit of this groat saving. Flag
staff Cash Store.
4tls whispered in railroad cireles
fltbat something detinlte will be knowu
g as to tho Grand Canyon railroad in
the near future. The building oi tins
froad will bo hailed with delight.
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C.N. Stark was on No. I yesterday
in lounte for Williams ironi an ex
tended vUlt to relatives and frlonds In
Detroit, Michigan. Charlie seemed
'pleased to Inbreathing Ailwnm air
E. S. Gosney left Monday for
Cbicago on business por.talnlug to tho
development of water to supply uus
pity with a sufficient nmouut of water
for the system of waterworks that Is to
bo put In horo" In tbo near future.
n, Ailitm- of .the Oais.J-oa8ta
Meileia efwatRmpaBy for whom he
W him for .wwsP"""', TT?"" "-"?
,;, they had giyejittifffl. A ?W)g
'l is that smalFdeserves a goWrewMog;
Tlio Sunta Fo PaclUu company's
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....n(vai irnnn is nil ucnu .-
takes all tbo passenger coaches they
ran control to iill tire demand. They
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are lilting up meir tui;nc " -
axle electric liuht whlcB i a
groat convenience to the traveling
Samuel T. Dixon title week orders
tho Skvuohtp Kickkb sent to his
mother. Mrs. Mj J. Dixon at Greeloy,
Colorado. Mr. Dixon Is delighted
with tho climate, aud health of Flag
staff, nnd deolres to post his relatives
about the country through this paper.
r From-tbewjreports Prescott people
VTarS. wpftfjil watching the more--w'iwU?fHmircitry.
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, PMTltB iailM wrnniui l-
1 hei-e ihtvwe .loavo It nloue knowing
- thatl't-Wilitake care of ltself.,and
,lhttt-.eaeii4y will uo a repetition i
Dun't faifto witness tho Masquerade
ball to-morrow night.
Frank Piivnc, one of Ut-llemont'
best clli.una was here Fuiluy.
Mis. W. H. Aslunst spent Chrlsln as
at Williams leliiiiiing liomo .Sumliy.
Take your waleli nnd Jeweleiy ro
pnlre to J. A. Maurorat tbo postoflice.
Charles Howard, llio slioepOiuan of
Ash Fork spent the holidays at this
Woikou the Grand Canyon railroad
will surely not be delayed mlich
Godfrey nnd Stanley SkcH re
turned from a business tiip to Plioenix
Tbo restless hobo don't consider
Flagstaff a parntliso and consequently
he mores on.
For freshest'" cuta, in benf, mutton,
veal and poik, "goSto Moblonpah &
Tbe tlo force in thisvlcinitvWas
increased Saturdayjby tho arrival of
A pair of prpperly fitted glasses
would bo a desirable New Year gift
for your parents.
Ed Gale and wife of Wlnslmv bare
bees spending the holidays horo with
relatives and friends.
John Noble, a prominent sheep
grower, came, up from Plioenix Mou
day and roturued Tuesday.
One of tbo largest stocks of Furni
ture over shipped to tlio Teiritory ba
just been received at tbo Cash Storo.
Thomas Fi icr, nu old settler of this
section, but now of Los Angeles, Cal..
came In yesterday. .and Is mixing with
Burton Davis nnd wifu arilvcd from
Los Angeles, Cal., Tuesday They
will commenco housekeeping in the
Joseph Braiinen residence.
Frank Beasley accompanied by his
sister, Miss Rctta and Mis Maud
Kiltley, loft for Phoenix oveilimd
Tuesday to spend tlio winter.
If you wish to seo an assortment of
trunks, and valises of modem build at
low prices, til op in to the Cash Store.
Telescopes 75o up. tt links- $5 to $30.
Dr. D. J. Bianucu informs w that
J. II. LI nd is tbo happiest man in
town. Since ycstcidity morning bo
has taken tho title of "papa." It is
Howard, who has been iu-
catcoratcd in the county jail on a
chargo of grand larceny for tlio past
two weeks or more was released Mon
day by his furnishing bail.
A morlgago sale of somo personal
piopeity iu fionl of llio poslolllco
Monday dtew a ciond, but the prop
erty didu't sell for high pi ices. A. II.
Beasley did the auctioneer act.
Dr. E. S. Miller, who has been con
fined to his loom tbo past two weeks
with rheumatism, and other nilments
was out on the sti eets Monday. We
are pleased to seo tho doctor around
The first white gill born in the city
of Phoenix, Miss Klla Kirkland, daugh
ter of W. H. Kirkland. was mauled at
Congress to. Mr. Way no Kilter on
Tliutsday, December 16. Judge Fran
cis performed the ceremony. Plioenix
Wo shall givo a synopsis of tho im
poitaut local events of our city and
county during tho year 1897, in our
issue of tbo Cth of next mouth. Wo
are of opinion that it will bo interest
ing to our readeis, to icfiesh their
memories with a brief review of tlio
local events of the past year.
Freight Conductor M. II. Hlgglns
was crushed by a fi eight at-Kingraati
Saturday night. He wae.awllchrtg
attending a Christ tnasbitlUii Aeoules
when the sad message leaehed'Iier.
"HMbao'd crushed, bejoud hope of rc-
aarv,l'iirned'HI. P. Ewinjr: Tbo
wife 'met' hi in just before bo died.
The cxeicises at tbo Methodist and
Presbyterian churches on Chtistmns
eve wore well attended, and wore of an
Interesting nature. At the Presbj te
rlan church a treo was provided with a
handsome present for each child pres
ent, and at tho Methodist church tbe
presents weie not distributed till Sun
day morning, when each child of the
Sunday school received a uico hook-as
Dr. David Steams of Phoenix ai i U ed
Tuesday and Is stopping at the New
Uankkholel. TJio doctor isaiiejo spe
cialist and comes highly recommended.
Ho is a graduate of tlio New Yoi k Oph
thalmic college, and Is up in ins pro
fession. Anyone suffei lug fiom eo
trouble should call on the doctor at
onco. Tbo recommendations bo bus is
a snfllclont guarantee of bis success.
Read bis testimonials lu ail. clsowhere
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pore drape Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Foity tie makers camo in Thuisday
from Albuquerque N. M., aud went
out to the timber to work. ( ,
Barney Stiles and wife came in from
Texas last'ce.k on a visit. Mr. Sttlw
" George fHocbdoi-eTer 'Is crawling up
tbeiscaleju military Vahki Hols now
senior major of tbo National Guards.
For SalK A lino toued square
Piano in excellent condition. Apply to
J. M. SiMrso.v.
M. J. Kennedy, wife and Mis. Wise
bait went to Sollgtnan Thursday to
spend Christmas with lolalhes nnd
Attorney E. E. Elllnuood letuiued
Fiiday from an extended piofesslonnl
tiip to Washington City and other
Our lightning compositor J. O.
Joues was diawu to Williams tbo
latter part of last week by somo in
visible atti action.
Others have n few Stclfon bats iu
stock, but tbo only full line of Fall
styles as jet received beio can bo seen
at the Cash Stole,
Mis. John Hennessey and her sister
Miss Amelia Paddock, teturned last
week f loin an extended lsit with lel
atives in Apaches county.
Now that Clulstmas is past and the
new j ear heic. lot all got down to
business nnd make 1898 the most
piospeious In each one's histoiv-
James O'liiien of ltellemont aud
tlueeoflils childicn we
on No. 2 Fiiday
n. j.u., Miituu no piaceu uu cnwjren.,1 irs j-rJJiCsis , ,&& j
school. 0!H''tipSfr H'"f
Thomas Howe, tho genial fuiiiitiire
dealer was made happy Thuisday by
the auival of Mis. Howe, who has
been visiting lelnlives and fiiouds iu
the east for somo time.
On Tuesday J. T. MoWilllams
Flagstaff aud Miss Ioua McC.iho of Ft.
Mohao wero united iu marriage at
Fort Mohave, Itov. B. G. Loo of the
Episcopal church of Williams pci form
ing tlio ceremony. Tho bride is a
daughter of Dr. Uobei t MuCabe of Itas
ca county, Miunessuta, and lias bet'ii
assistant Matron of tlio Indian school
at Foit Mohave for tbo past two yeais.
Tbo groom Is a civil engineer and has
made many fi lends during ids stay in
Flagstall, who unite in good wishes for
tbo blissful career of hiimelf nnd brid c.
Tho newly mariiod couple came in yes
terday and have gono to bouso keeping
in tho W. C. B.iylcss reshlonco.
Do Your Eyes Trouble Youf
Do you want an honest opinion as
to what that trouble is? If so call on
Dr. David Sterns nt Now Bank Hotel,
nnd have your eyes examined freo of
Now you can
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H MitW H B B B H H HiV H ' B . -k
at home and buy ii: right.
Everything from kitchen to par
lor at prices that will surprise yom
Everyone is invited to call
pare prices with those quoted else
ELE6ANT SOLID BED-ROQW
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ThUisday night will witness tlio pcr-
folmnnco of llio one act farco "Lend
Mo Fivo Shillings" in connection with
the Gland Conceit to be given by the
i Flagstaff Dr.imatia Cucle.
Apropos of tho pi eduction the fol
lowing from tlio editorial iutiodiicilou
to tho play will be of interest:
"This Utile comedy was originally
produced at tho Hnynmrket Theatre,
London, tbo 19th of Feb: nan, 18 1G.
We Jiro informed by the journals of
the day, that it was received'' with
much laughter and applause, and
stamped with tho unequivocal zeal of
success. Tbo Queen nod Piinee Al
beit wero among tho distinguished
persons present on tho occasion of its
first repiesciitaliou. This piece was
introduced upon the American boaids
soou after its uppc.ir.iuce iu London,
it being (list played iu this coiiuliy lit
Mitchell's Phiiioio Theatre. It lias
, "ML"CssJjjj--(J'rt - 3ae,
nearlytall our. principal theatres."
. -Word reached hero Mondaymornfug
by wire that a destructixo lire li ad
occurred at Jerome on Sunday night.
The fife originated in a lodging house
kept by "Japaneso Charley" and it
was impossible to control it. Tho file
was qiuscd by a woman attempting
to throw a dofeclho lump out of n
The total loss is estimated at about
iO.OOCh A huge tbree-stoiy brick
building acted as a hauler to the
11 anies, otherwise the entiib towu
would have been desliojed. The
foico of tho United Veule Company
lent a Jiclping hand and weie Instill
mental In saviiigconsMcrableptopeily.
Indivioual loss is as follows: Jennie
Bauteis, lodging house $3,000, in
surance $900; Chailey Sh.iw, lodging
bouso and lestatiraut $4,000, insurance
J. llolieits, r.ilconi lodg-
Iionsn 'and lestaiiiiint 8,000, in
stil mice $2,000; Ale Aidinen. John
Vnhlinc, Hooker and Mefail.uiil, all
saloons, no insurance; Oh.ules Claik's
fiuit stoie, James Tombeiiue lodging
iiouso and saloon, loss $12,000, in
surance $1,000; George Eiumrlt, bai
hcrshop, Tom Elde, bottling wotks,
Si. Klino lestaurant $8,000, no Insur-
occuricd in this county several mouths
ago. He will make his lepoit to Gov.
McCoid. If Mr. IuUiau had stajed
on bis leseivalion, and not trespassed
on the lights of the white man, tbcio
would have becu no necessity for nu
investigation, in fact, tlieie is nothing
to investigate. All the autlioiities
'asked of the Indians was to nay taxes
on their sheep or keep them on their
leservatiou, aud they chooso the latter.
On Sunday Santa Clans appealed
befote a delighted concourso of chil
dren nnd parents at the new Catholic
school house, and his piesenco was
gteettd with joy aud meuimcntby
the youngstcis. Nor did ho come tin
provided. His treo had becu sent in
advance, and every boy nnd gill pies
out was lemombeicd by him and he
left unusually by the back door with
many wishes for success, and invita
tions to call again, which bo promised
to do, first exacting n promise from
bis little fiiends that they would
piove themselves worthy of his com
I will cooperate with tho owneis to
develop a largo body of gold claims.
B. C. Davis, Couuseller at Law, 186
Itchisen street, BrookIyu,N.Y'' -r' i
buy your furniture
and inspect our stock and com-
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fire you safrermii
David Stearns, M. O.
Graduate of tho Now Yotk Ophthalmic College? 11 D
Is Stopping at the New Bank Hotel. and Will Bemain One Week.
PEOPLE having weak eyesight should not miss the
opportunity to have their
fitted to glasses. Thousands
think suited to their eyes, but
their glasses do not correcttheirtrouble but aggravt'r
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undouhledV' liave deftctive'
A Few Testimonials.
Dr. D.ivid Stearns, tbo refraction
specialist, has had phcnominal success
iu his woilr lieie, having lilted success
fully tho eyes of a number of pcopro
who had almost given up hope. Tbe
doctor has been tendered a number of
testimonials from his patients bcie,
unsolicited, which speak in high terms
of tho gentiemans ability. Tho people
of Gold Hock also testily to bis suc
cess. Dr. Stearns intends to locate iu
Phoenix, from which point ho will
make annual visits to this section.
Yuma Sun, May 14th.
Yuma. Akizona, May 10
To whom It may concern:
Br. Steams has just spent two
weeks in the town and from personal
past expei ionco 1 am satisfied ho has
done a vast amount of good. Among
others, he examined my wife's ejes
and lilted her a pair of glasses which
she piizcs above any money value, iu
fact her dicad of losing her eyesight is
completely gono. Fuilber, I can rec
ommeuil;his houcst sterling ability.
J. i. Yemen,
S lake much. pleasure- in expressing
to all who may bo interested, my jen
tiro satisfaction iu tbo methods em
ployed by Doctor D.ivid Stearns, nnd
the results achieved by him in tbe fit
ting of eje glasses. I have pin chased
twopalisof glasses fiom hint, and
knowing that my eyes aic paitlculatly
batd to fit, having been but. little ben
ulitted by other prominent opticians, I
am mora than gratified to say that his
skill has been marvelous, and I cheer
fully iccommcnd him to nil who may
need his services. H. G. Andhk,
Tcmpe, Aiizona June, 10th, 1897.
FLAGSTAFF COMMERCIAL CO.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
DRY GOODS, HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Fresh Hams, Lard -and
"sr-ftlaaku Ji&isJM -TWsysjitB!
mjrr'r. . . t . -i '.r ,
TAKE MEASURES FOR SHITS...
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-:p"-" don't fit or
',r Chicago; M.
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genti for Little Sheep Dip.j
e'es properly examined and
of persons use glassWtaey
the truth of the matter lfdrj.'
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pain m tneir eyes ana, are
classmates in school. They(
vision, which if corrected',
Temi'e, Abizoka, May 1, 1897.
Dr. David Stearns, tlio tefractiou
specialist, who is at tho Hotel Tempo
this week, is giving entire satisfaction
to all patients, who number among tbe
best residents of our city. He thor
oughly tiudetstands his profession, and
those lequiring treatment need not
hcsilato to consult him. He has de
cided to locate iu Phoenix permanently
from which point he will make annual
visits. On this occasion he will re
main hero until June 5th. and all per
sons having defective eyesight should
not fail to call on him. Tempe News,
La Foutuna, Akizona, May 1, 1897.
To whom it may concern:
I take pleasure in giving this testi
monial to Dr. David Stearns. During
his stay at Fortuna he tested and fitted
with glasses a number of persons suf
fering from various refraction troubles
of tho cj c. His work has given uni
versal satisfaction aud I cheerfully
endorse him. He is thoroughly scien
tific and well grounded in his specialty
aud I take pleasure iu recommending
him to tbo public.
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vilHUb BtUIHA, JO. u.,
Sun-eon; to Forttsaa Miaieg:
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Dr. David 3 Stearns,"'- tbe'.c refraction
specialist, will remain in'the citv for a
few days owing to the rush of busluess.
Dr. Stearns is an able optician, as his
work here has shown, bo having
treated a great number of our citizens,
all of whom speak in the highest
terms of his woik. He guarantees all
woik aud there has not yet been one
voice raised against him. Visit him
dining tbo next few days if troubled
with your ejes, or you will regret it
for life Aiizona Daily Lyre, Bisbee,
Aug. 31st, 1897.
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