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THE COCONINO WEEKLY SUN: THUKSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1891.
r f-P' V l&" i - l mxffy h ? ft 14 'ft She (Soronino WaMj) $ THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1801. L00AL BREVETIES, Tojsiit Library. Cigars sitLlbr.irj. Cljiurcattes 0 cents Library. School b:gs 15 cents sit Library. 'l'lu' "0 1'" corset for miIo at Uran ium'. New Homo Miwlnjr niachhie, P. J. Unuinen, agent. For rent furnished room. Apply at thii olllee. J II. Uowmaii of Holbrook was hi KlaytnlT Weilnesday. See the e.Mra heavy Kaiicioui mixeil men's umleiwear at Urannen's, ?1 a -suit. Company "1" aio making prepara tions to j,'ive a ball on Thanksgiving Day. Italph II. Cameron letnrneil Snmlaj from an extensile trip through Illiuolt .ami Iowa. Hobt. Weatheifoul, who has lvci. speiuling several weeks at his old Iioiih in Weatheifoul, Tex., rutnrncd Satur day. Mn. A. T. CornNli of Flagstaff, and Mrs D. S. Lhingstonof Preseott, iiu visiting their mother, Mrs. Dr. Hen dri, at Winslow. Mrs. T. J. Hesser, who lias been vis iting relatives in Pennsylvania for tin past four mouths, returned toher bona hi Winslow Monday. Arthur Wild, tho A. & P. conductor, will make his home in Flagstaff. Mrs. Wild and MNs Mollie Ueasley arrived from tho Needles on Saturday last. F. W. Sl-on, manager of the Kior dan nieu-aiitilo company, spent several days thi- week looking after Hocks ol cheep in which ho is interested, on tho range near Williams. Drs. D. J. Uraunen and P. G. Cor nish, members of the U. S. Medical ex amining board, held a Held clay Wednes day. They had six applicants for pen- sIojl befoi e tlien.ifQU.uxaininationr- Ed. Uabbitt, Win. Norris aud A. J. Harrison left Tuesday on a prospect- lug tour in thu Grand Canyon. The) bad a train of burros loaded with grub and tools and will be gone a lnontli or six weeks, IIC Lockott expccts-KTlearo this week for a visit to Carmi, 111., where his patents irnliU ,II.wUl.liu absent tht ee months and will hit tho tock famti of Home of the largest eastern hheopbreeders and when ho returns will bring with him a number of fine bucks. Tho Ucebe-Uarbour Comedy Com pany will commence a three nights en gagement at Powell's Hall Thursday night, November 12, opening in Har bour's own play, "A Legal Document." It will be presented hero as played in Cincinnati ono week, St. Louis ouo w cek, Chicago three weeks aud In all tho largest western cities. Dr. D. J. Uraunen, Al. Doylo and Clias. J. Uabbitt went to Winslow on Monday to attend ameetingof tho Cat tlemen's Association of the Littlo Col orado, with a iow of uniting that as sociation with the Cattlemen's Associa tion of Coconino count. There were not members enough of the association in attendance to fairly discuss tho mat ter anil it was postponed to some future meeting. The tegular monthly meeting of tho executive committee of the Flagstaff library association was held this week. Dr. D. J. Uranncu acted as pres ident. The secretary was instructed to correspond w itli tho leading publi cations and a'certain their subscrip tion rates. A vote of thanks was ten dered the ,ju oral papers that donate subsciiptioijs. Tho lease of the Learn lug. building wni continued and was -nlwthc" -lea'iiig of portions to other parties. A sign, a dozen newspaper files andadditioiH'd seats were ordered. Head what tho Albiitici(iiu Citizen has to say of tho Ueebe-Uarbour com pany that play hero Thursday, Friday and Satin clay nights of next week: "Tho great three act comedy satire entitled "Legal Document," was played by the Ueebe-Uarbour company at Giant's opera house last night to a crowed house, all the seats being taken clear back to tho door, and even Man ager Da is had to content himself by standing up. Edwin Harbour as Igua tous Foxglove, an attorney-at-law, has no superior as a mimic and his variety of faces is amusing and extremely laughable. "Dot," the little blind girl, (Oracle Heebo) who shares in her 'brother's misfortune iu inarriago and then in the cud brings happiness, cap tivated the audience by her pleasant acting, her songs and dances. Tho company Is composed of artists, who are respectable in every respect, and allow no smutty utterances to escape tlieh- Hpj." A MILLION A YKAK. Lottery nud Prize Schemes Used to Hell Alum nnUAmuioma liaitiuc 1)niaii1n.a .-"- . A .Now York concern, manuiac tures of an ammonia baking powder boasts that its yearly profits are over a million dollars. While, perhaps, iiono of tho makers of alum powders individually can show so large earn ings yet their profits are enormous. A business so profitable, will al ways attract to itself those whoso greed will cause them to utterly disre gard the effect their traffic may have upon the health or life of others. Alum baking powders are intro duced largely by gifts, prizes and lot tery schemes. A piece of glassware or china, a child's wagon, sled a pew ter spoon or somu other article of at tractive appearance, but of small iu tiiusic vnluo or cost is given with each purchase or a number is attached to tho can which entitles the customer to a siiuilaily numbered artielo or to a prize of some kind. It is in some such way as this that the trade in alum and ammonia bakiug powders, which has now attained such giant pro portions aud their consumption by tho public which has reached an extent which is truly alarming. Tho highest authorities of all coun tries condemn the use of alum hi bread without reserve. Iu America the most distinguished physicians, chem ists aud hygenists have declared that the traffic hi alum baking powders should bo suppressed by law. In Eng land aud France where the subject ol purofood, anditseffect upon thesysteni has been more fully considered and made- tho subject of extended experi ments by tho scientists, so serious a matter is tho uso of alum in bread or other food considered to be, that most stringent laws have been enacted to prevent it. These laws aro rigidly en forced, and tho salo of alum bakiug powders would not be permitted for au hour. Any ono who attempted to make them for use in food, or at tempted to uso them for raising bread, biscuit or cake would suffer severe penalties. Tho ill effects upon tho system of food raised by alum baking powders aro the more dangerous because ol their insidious character. It would be less dangerous to the community were it fatal at once, for then such food would be avoided; but their delitcrlous action because imperceptible at first is, no less certain. ( Tho puckering effect which alum has wheu taken in the mouth is familiar to ever ono. Physicians say this same effect is produced by it upon the deli cate coats of the stomach and intes tines. What housewife would take homo to her family a can of alum or ammonia bakiug powder if she knew it. Such powders not only undermine tho sys tem, but it is pointed out that ammonia taken into tho system in even infini tislmal closes day after day, imparts to tho complexion a sallow and blotched appearance. It is safe to discard all baking pow ders sold with a prizo or gift. What a misnomer aro the words "Absolutely Pure," as applied to bak iug powders two of the largest selling brands, one made from alum, the other containing ammonia and both of these drugged bakiug powders have stamped upon their labels and circu lars these words absolutely pure, as a matter of fact they aro "Absolutely Poor," as shown by official examina tions. See Littlo Grace Ueebe, tho child wonder, at Powell's Hall Thursday night November 12, in her great skirt dance and songs. Edwin Harbour, tho great play writer, at Powell's Hall Thursday night November 12, In his own play "A Legal Document." Tho Ucebe-Barbour Comedy Com pany parry eighteen people, traveling iu their own Pullman Palace car, and are curouto to the Pacific coast. The Woman's Christian Temperance Union will givo a supper at the Library rooms on Wednesday evening Novem ber 11. Tho entertainment is a nov elty and all are invited to attend. Coi. J. S. Jarard,( business manager of tho Bcobo-Harbour Company is hero this week billing the town for "A Legal Document," to bo presented three nights, commencing November 12. Go to D. J. Hrauncn's drug store aud see tho drawing from which tho pic tures of Flagstaff arc to be made. It will bo ou exhibition till Sunday. Orders taken by F. W. Swlth. Will H. Fisher, tho well known wool buyer, left on Tuesday morning for his old home in Boston. Mr. Fisher goes to visit his wife and relatives and will remain there until spring. Tho Sun wishes him a pleasant journey aud a safe return.. Uutton hole boquets sit Library. Candy at Library 25 cents per lb. Go to Brannen's for ladies' wraps. Hair curlers at Library at 33 cents. Tidy Holders at Library at 15 cents, Envelopes at Library, 2 packages 10 Corset laces 2 for 5 cents at Library. Tacks at Library, 2 packages 16 cents. Hoys suspenders at 10 cents at Li brary. Overcoats, overcoats, cheap, cheap, at P. J. Uiauncn's. John Vorhies vis'tod the thriving town of Williams Sunday. Uom In Flagstaff on Sunday Nov ember 1st, to tho wife of Carl Knopp, a son. Mr. S. E. Patton has commenced tho erection of a largo opera houso at Williams. Every one should have a picture of Flagstaff. Go and see the drawing and leave your order. Seo Brannen's lino of fine shoes; prices aro low. We have a dandy $2.50 ladies' shoe. Mrs. Max Salzinan, aud littlo son re turned Sunday from a six week's visit with friends iu .Albuquerque. Jules Uauniau writes that the bird's eye view of Flagstaff will bo ready for distribution about Clin it mas. The Haylcss Bros., shipped, Monday twenty-five lino rams to bo added tJ their herd at Preseott Junction. Tho latest styles in fall aud winter millinery at Mrs. Alvord's Millinery and Dressmaking Parlors. Miss I. C. DeVelllng will preach in tho M. E. Church at Williams next Sunday at 11a. ni. aud at 7:30 p. in. "You ain't iu it" unless you treat your girl to a box of those delicious caramels that Sw itzer & Son put up. W. S. Vau Horn andStewait & Doe, have been employed bj the committee to defend the suit of Emma Gonzales against tho Trustee of tho Flagstaff townsito. Sam. Mansburger died at Winslow on Sunday last. He had been a resi dent of that place for some years aud was au old soldier and a member of the G. A. It. Johu Sanderson is receiving ship ments of tho choice cuts of pork, sau sage, aud head cheese on Thursday of each week. These meats he sells for cash and at-lo w prices. - 'blisses Clara and Matilda Vcrkamp of Cincluuatti, Ohio, arrived on Friday last. Tho young ladies are sisters of Mrs. David and Mrs. Clias. J. Uabbitt, and they will spend tho whiter here. . Tltc-Biibject-for diacjursy at thtr "M. E. church uext Sunday morning will bo "Christian Unity," and at 7:30 P. M., "Perfect Law Gives Liberty." Young people's meeting at 0:30 P. M. All are welcome. "One touch of Nature makes the whold world kin." Diseases common to the race compel the search for a common remedy. It is found iuAyer's Sarsaparilla, the reputation of which is world-wide, having largely superseded every other blood medicine iu use. While in Old Mexico last week, De puty U. S. Marshal Brown ran across Henry Marvin. Marvin ishithocmploy of Monterey & Mexican Gulf railroad as a carpenter. His intention is to re main In that country. Pkesbyteuian CiiuitCH: Services November 8, 1891 Sabbath School 10 it. m. Tho pastor will preach at 11a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning sub ject, 'Communing and Reasoning." Evening subject, "Constraining Love." The Sacrament of tho Lord's Supper will be administered at the morning services. All cordiallywelcome. Tho weekly prayer meeting is held at tho Parsonago on Thursday evenings at 7:30 o'clock, to which all aro invited Why Dr. Price's Baking Powder is Superior to all others. No great efforts are made by other manufacturer!! to procure and use pure materials. It is true that one other company has the facilities,, but its greed and cupidity induced it in an evil hour to use ammonia, in order to swell its profits. Hence the Price Baking Powder Company stands alone in its fight for a pure baking powder. . No other article of human food receives greater care in its production, or ha3 attained higher perfection. Dr. Price's Cream is surely a perfect baking powder. Free from every taint of impurity. No other article used in the kitchen has so many steadfast friends among1 the house Wives of America. Good Tcmplnrn Entertainment. The Good Templars Entertaiumcnt at tho M. E. Church on Saturday eve will long bo remembered by all who was privileged to be present. Ad dresses, recitations, essays, readings aud music by thu littlo folks constituted tho exercises. The song rendered by Band of Hopo with Miss Eflie Yaney as accompanist was especially entertain ing. Tho following is tho program: Introductory address, W. L. Van Horn; song, Baud of Hope; recitations: "A Littlo Tempcranco Boy," Char ey Ashurst; "Tho Preacher Man," Leono Green; "Tobacco," Andrew Ashurst; "The Temperance Bell," Miss Eva De Closs; "I'm aLittlo Abstainer," Howard DeCloss; "Jesus Savior," Nealy Green; select recitation, Miss Laura Bell Wal lace; address, "My Experience," W. W. Hagerman; "An Angel in a Saloon," Miss Delia Powell; "The Blacksmith Story," W. H. Norman; My Mother's Grave," Miss Etta Powell; essay, "Tho Drunkaitl's Soliloquy," Henry Ash urst; recitation, "The Drunkard's Child," Miss MeKinley; recitation, "The Green Mountain Justice," W. E. Muth; select reading, "Which," Mrs. L. A. Alvord; recitation, "Poor House Nan," Miss Maud Scarbrough; closing address, Miss DoVelling. Tho exercises were attended by nil who could possibly find room In the church and every one said, "I was glad to bo there." Twenty-one mem bers were added to the roll in cause of temperance. Let tho good work continue. Tlio Western eetuer-mJuoncuSpcclllc. Willi uveiy uuvuucu ol emigration lino the ur tui, a uerf ueuiuuu iscreuieu tur HOt tvuer oiuuiuui Winers. ftuwiy pcujiieil re giuU9 ute iitajuciniy less1 smuunuuo luuu u.ucr Bcilicu luciuucs, ou ucuouub ol ine uiiuAiuii wnii.li uses iruiu ru,vuuy ueuiiu iiu, imiiiiuiuriy uiuim uiu uuuht. ui nvuia uKiiuiu nuujn.1 iu ueoiiew. lnu tttfrioui luutiur luiuiiirf euugiulu suuu icuriia, nueu utiuuea nut uiiiuujr Miurf, mm lue liilu-is uuui-u lue umy sure irutvcuuii uguiuat uiaiunu, nuuluusouiMjiuvisui lue siuuimu, UHTUliU UUffl-lS, IU H111VU CIIUIU11U CUUIlrfCS, eApiuuiv, una uiidecu-nouieu or uum-duuy h iuer or uieiDUUjeciuuu. cimseiiucuuy, uo iiiuteo uu eauuidio Uoii llns great, uuuseiioiil luciuu huu preventive uuuiuieuunuu wuu is lumuaic menu, uuu ucureiui lOKt-euim uiuiu a reauirauve mm urouioier of lieuilu so luiuuemy u oen.-in.-u upon iu uuiu ot ui-eu. fho llcstl'oultry l'npcrlu tlio World. That is what Messrs. Wright & Par ker, of Independence, Iowa, call their Iowa Poultry Journal, and judging from the excellent number received at this olllce, the claim is well founded. Thetr corps of contributors embraces the best talent the oountry affords, such as J. Henry Lee, Indianapolis, artist and engraver; I. K. Felch, Katick.Mass.j II. B. Geer, Nashville, Tenn.; B. A. Fox, Island, Va.j M. K. Boycr, Hauimontou, N. J.; Mrs. May Taylor, Hale, Mo.; and "Trixie", all wcll-kuown "chicken cranks." Dr. G. W. Strong, Buffalo, N. Y., is the nizcon editor: C. W. Buttles, Colum bus, O., and Juo. Hainan, Topcka, Kas.. will assist him. A kennel de partment begins with the October number, under management of a prac tical doir fancier. Mr. Uoyer con ducts the Broiler and Market Poultry department; "Talxie" looks after the Queries and Answers, aud Mrs. Tay lor edits the Ladies' Department. The publishers are practical poultrymcu, Mr. Parker being recognized as one of the foremost western fanciers. The Journal it the largest paper of its class published west of the Mississippi river. Subscription price, $1.0(J,pcr year, including the last three months of this year free. Samjile copies at this oflicc, where subscriptions will be received. T-IUOPOSALS ROU CONSTRUCTION OF L ono wt of olllccrs quurtcrs at Fort Apache, Aruona. Headquarters Department ot Arizona, urace oi cu Arizona. Oflicc ot Chief Quartermastci, Los Angeles, Cal., October 13. leal. Scaled pro posals In duplicate, will ho received at this oOlcc until 11 o clock a. m.. on the Utli day ot November, 1891, at which tlnio and placo they 1 11 o'clock a. m., on the Utli da; will Ira opened hi tho prcienco ot attending bidders, for tho construction at Fort Apache, Arizona, of one officers' quarters, according to plans and pcclUcatlonson tile In this olllce, and the office of post quartermaster at that post which will be shown nnd blank proposal!, und circulars slvlnx full Instructions as to manner of bidding, and terms ofcontruct furnished on application. Tho Government reserves tlio rlglit to reject any or all pro posals. Envelopes containing proposals hliotilil lxi marked, "Proposals for Construc tion at Fort Apache, Arizona," and addressed to tho undersigned. J. 0. C. LEE, Major and Chief Quartermaster. QOWELIS HALI,; TI1IIEE NIOnTS AND SATURDAY MATINEE. Commencing Thursday night, November 12, j THE BEEUE-UAHIlOUn COMEDY CO. j Jlttlo Grnclo llccbc, Tlio Child Wonder, and Kdwln Harbour, Tlio great character comedian and play writer, and a carefully (-elected company of ladles and gentlemen, In u repertoire of auth orized productions, opening Monday ulght with Mr. Uarboui'sown play. A LEOAL DOCUMENT. It will bo presented as played In Cincinnati, St. Louis. Chicago and all the largest west ern cities. Unseats now on solo at tlio postomcc. Secure them at once und avoid tho rush at tho door. Election Proclamation. TEllIUTOUr OK AHIZONA, I Executive Dei-aktmkkt. i TO ALL WUOM IT MAY CONCERN : WiiEHEAS, Tho 16th Legislature of Arizona, by enactment, authorized a Convention to frame a form of a Constitution for Arizona as astute; and, Wiieiieas, Said Convention has completed Its labors, and said form of a State Constitu tion Is now ready for submission to u vole ot the qualllled electors of tho Territory of Arizona for adoption or rejection. Now, Therefore, I. N O. Murphy, Acting Governor of the Territory of Arizona, by vir tue of the power within me vested, and In compliance with tho requirements of law, do hereby order a special hlectlon to bo held In tho several Counties of this Territory on tho ilrst Tuesday in December, Ono Thousand Eight Hundred and Ninety-one, for tho pur pose of adoption or rejection of the said form of tho state Constitution as framed; said election to bo conducted In accordance with and In the manner prescribed by tho Consti tutional Convention alorcsald. In Witness WiiEiiEor, I hao hereunto set my hand and caused the Great Seal of the Territory to bo alHxcd, dono at l'hcentx, tho Capital, this 19th day of October, A. D., 1891. N. O. McurnY, Acting Governor. Ily tho Governor. E. B. Kiukland. Ass't Scc'y of tho Territory. Tho placo to get the valuo of your money is at Salziuan's, Flagstaff and Williams. YOU WILL FIND US ON TOP IN THE DRY GOODS LINE, With More Now Novelties, Fresh Styles, Unique Attractions and Beautiful Goods than ever. The BIG CHANCE and the BEST CHANCE To buy your Fall and Winter Goods is now offered. 01 ENORMOUS STOCK OF SEASONABLE STYLES IS OPENED AND READY. Such Qualities aud such Prices we linvc never before been able to offer our Customers. A thoroughly FIRST-GLASS STOCK, WITH PUICES Comt In at once and lie the Newiit Designs ant Flint Styles of the Season In STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODSNOTIONS OF EVERY DISCBIPTION. Elegant Dress Goods, - Fine Flannels and Woolens. fold Weather Drjr Gooda Xtrer DOMESTICS AT LOW WATER MARK FIGURES FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS AND NOVELTIES, That are a Itfitlitlon In Btantjr, Mrrlt and Chtapnts. THE NEWEST IDEAS, THE BEST GOODS JIADE, THE GREATEST VARIETY AND THE FAIREST FIGURES. Prices Within the Reach of 111, Ertrjbodr Is delighted nlth our dhplar member, We Stand at the Top in More Imjers are wanted to wore this large stork, and no Inducements nlll be left unmade to sell Goods. P. J. BRANNEN, " ,r w : c ,0'r .,.. fjrr SILVERWARE. O . sW FLAG8TAPF. ARIZ. ' X STATIONERY. yv . j ' . Thos. F. McMilloti sold two carloads -v. of sheep to Los Angeles butchers, which were shipped on Monday. On tho same day Jerry Woodbrldge ship ped two carloads to the same place. Two carloads were sold to Los Augeles butchers by Holbrook parties aud .shipped from that place Tuesday. ARIZONA FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, The Oldeit Bask la Nortbim Arlxont. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Collections a Specially. Hefernes W. B. Btrong. President A. T. A B. F. Ilallrosd Company: E11U Wnlnwrlcht, Manuring Director Arizona Cattl Company, t-t. Loots, Mo.; Bank of California, ban Fran.' clco. Your Banking Business Solicited, J. H. H03KIN8. Jr., CuhUr. HAKUV KISLINOUUnV. THE. T. N. WEST. Banner Saloon, by- WEST & KISLINGBURY. Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. piiiva:e apartments for family csk. RHILROHD HiZSNUe, Klaccstaff, Ariz. combining QUALITY and ELEGANCE- STJUCTLY 1'AIIt. 80 Good and KtTtr so Cbttp. and How is the Time to Buy or Fall and Winter Goods and YOU will be. Style, Quality, Variety and Low Prices. wmm V HI .i & -T 4 i"- i t' vu.l trf" . w JM t4??PUi, . i - , ' il.VAr S5?' Vft f r . 2 "." v i -if J, " ' r njY,- , il vSKilt ' -. AT d -r.3.3 , :i-.tKH4aa.if immmmmiKimiiitm G-Ib nwiHMHftto . ' Y. - -" -