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AH contmcts and bills fnr nthertlstni: pny
Advcrtlslns rates given upon npptlciitlmi.
Hnslness ioeiiN 10 rent per lino for flrst In
sertion, nnrt Rccnlt. per lino for eitrh ulwe
Tnr. HnN-llKMoenATli pip i1 tnrnmrllitite
In public mutter, but nil notice of festival
fairs, mretlturs of pnclrtlo. suppers, enler--tttlniiientsnncl
mention of lniirriaari"?., lilrtli
and deaths beyond the reirtiliir nnnnutire
wont, will bo chin-trod for lit rozttlnr rttr.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 7. 1M7
Litigation is at n low ebb.
The City Council meets next Monday.
Dr. Robetts was here from William
Williams is several degrees, colder
Fri'slt o iters n ltd celery always lu
stock at Collin Bros.
Frank Heal and Charles Dou;rla
am in Phoenix fr the winter.
E. S. Gnsney is in Los Angeles, Cul..
looking after hiMticxs milter.
KOOMS TO ItCNT luqiliro at Mrs.
Lamb's r the I'ostofiice.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Livemtoie
anivetl from Phoenix Fritlay nioiiiin
Gootl cheap Rlmt'sal At. J. HHguall's.
Try tin' 2.50 and ?;i 00 shoes.
Tim teurlieis in onr pnlilic eehools
will icMinin llii'ir tlnties Moud.iy.
J. IL KIIMllick lias llitfeil a 'ie.il
enlistaull'tl nnicli in fmnt nf liN litisi-
Wood Full Sale Any mm wanilny
VliB l,,v' "'"", '" ""' Ifllgtll". Ih-IVm "Kiel
yJj.wiih Uollin Urns.
.' , Tim best is the rheiqiest .and when
V J"n want tltti Itest go to Van Deren
T." Bros, meat market.
T. J. C' ill '! ll is K I 1 ) I ' II uilllnli
S kle:ni'i hi tln 14ilII Omiiiiei
C.iul i-tii ii.iin't itoi e.
When Mm WHiit fie.-li nit its li !i,
poik ni .'im1, C.ill on Vau Den u
Bnw., in tlio Bibbitt lilm-k.
Let all work together for the wel
fare of tlie citv. ninl tlin.iiimitiir sum
mer will mark a now era in FlacstafTw
Father Dlllv of thn Church of Nil
lilty of Flagstaff will leave this aftm
Hoon for Williams where lie will re
main till Tuesday.
United States District Attorney E
E. Ellinwood IniK iippoinled Alfred
Franklin of Phoenix his deputy to till
the vacancy caused by th resignation
f Mark Smith.
A petition is beinjj circulated asklnjr
ihe Board of Supervisors to open out a
road fiotn Flagstaff to coiine.-t with
the toad from vVinslow and running
almost parallel with the A. & V.
Willis Uowc, accompanied by his
, enusln, Mins Annette Bowe, both of
Los Angeles, artived this morning on
No. 2 ami am guests of the Grand
Canyon Hotel. Mr. Kowo Is hero for
The uravcr services at the Presbyte
rian and M. E. churches this week has
been quite well attended. The ser
vices have, been varied and proved
both interesting and beneficial to all
Some of tlio young folks bnvn been
ut'liig hieroglyphics this week oil the
ice pond of the Arizona Lumber &
Timber Company. The company
save provided electric lights for the
pond, and it has become, quitea re
sort for skate! s.
Several of onr subscribers have
responded to our financial feelings,
antl wb hope others will follow their
..example. It lakes money to run a
newspaper, and the more money wu
have I lie better our general health and
At the reguhr monthly meeting of
Flugsiaff Lodge, No. 7, F. & A. M.,
Saturday the following o Ulcers were
installed for 1897: William H. An
derson, W. M.; D. M. Francis, S. W.;
T. E. Pulliaui, J. W.; J. Guthrie Sav
Tim little, Imybiliy (if VV. E, Hoch
tleifl'efis quint sick. ,
We have. Just, received a li.it re I of
fri'-h sweet, cider. O. BltOsI
Biisimss in Flagstaff will revive
Mlten the water works system is
M. P. Hayes, iIih water service ami
cat lie agent of ln A. & P. railroad
coiup.iuy was bjfii yesterday.
V.m Deren Bros', nmat in irknt in
the Babbitt liuililiu Is headipi triers
for the lint st steaks, chops. iNh am!
F. E. Williams watt here a couple of
ilavs on liusiutUs connected with his
cattle, interests, He relurnetl to
D ni't forget llmtRdiort Hemmssy
is rtiiiuiug the Flagstaff Meat M.irkW,
Hnx worth's old stand, where all will
get courteous treatment.
John Woods who has been wnikinir
at U 11. Cameron's copper mines at
ihe Grand C.iuyou, returned Thursday
lo spentl a few dins here.
Henry F. Ashursi, I he youngest
member of the coming Legislature,
spent Sunday ami Monday here with
his parents ami friemts.
Prof. .f. C. Wasson was last .week
chosen secretary of the Teacher's Iu
iiiluif for tlm ensuing year, ami Mrs
11. C. Olitey one of tlm viee-priidnuts
'Ihe new board of Miprvisois choe
Uhnl les H. Schlllz as clmiimau. Mr
SchuU is the old neniber, and is tlmr
I'tighly familiar uiih the duties ot his
Blood is life and upon tin: pill it
ml vitality of the blood ileptuids I In-
health of the whole system. Expel I-
nee prows Hood's Sirs.tpirilla to be
he best blood purilier.
Watch niuhl set vices at the Presby-t-'eiiau
and Melhoilist chinches and
midnight mass at the Church of tlm
Nativity wem the iih.v year's exereises
bered by the Flagstaff churches.
After lilling up .on water hero No.
2 yesterday morning got fiiskyaud
pulled out a draw-head between the
mill nt'd lei ggn t" Tin in ill n
v I-. t'li'O U'mll alio Mlt l i! ml i.
I i ist T Mi it M ii x f i- tli'i mi.
l',u III town to I. in fl'-ll llleat-
Eveit thing kepi in the butcher's line,
such as beef, mutton, pork, sausage,
wild games, fish, etc Robt. Heuuessy
The new oflicois ar ensconced in
their new (ill'iues and sce.ui itl in hub.
I'hey take hold of I lie business affairs
of the county with a vim ami no doubt
ill discharge their duties in a pains
taking and fearless manner.
R. MrCormack, whit is connected
with tlm Atlantic & Pacific at Needles,
was a passenger on No. 1 Sunday, re.
I timing from a three mouths' trip
through England, Ireland and Scot
laud. He says times are gootl in tlm
Piofessor J. C. Wasson returned
wHieiilav morning from Phoenix. To
Mr. Wasson perhaps more than to any
other Individual is duo the credit for
securing for Flagstaff the next session
f the Tciiitorlal Teachers Association
and ihe joint County Institute.
John Hennessey left yesterday for
Phoenix, Tombstone antl other southern
Arizona towns. He will be absent
about one month. He lias sold his
interest in Ihe Hennessey meat market
to his brothers Robert and Dan, antl
John Garrett, who will contiutm the
business at the old staud.
For a pain in the loins a piece of
flannel dampened with Chambers
pain balm and bound on over the seat
of the pain, and another on the back
between, tho shoulders, will afford
prompt relief. This is especially
valuable in cases whore the pain is
i'i"-'d by a cold and there is a tend-
toward pneumonia. For sale by
all druggists aud medicine dealers.
James Irvine and W. T. Keibard,
two prominent citizens of Williams,
who have bonded the Arizona Lumber
& Timber company's copper mine at
the Grand Canyon, were in town
Saturday anil Sunday on business.
They have already made a shipment of
a car of ore to the El Paso smelter and
will ship another car very soon. In
their opinion tho outlook for the proli
table opening of the rich copper prop
erties in tho Grand Canyon section is
'Much lo Little
Is especially truo ol Hood's Fills, for no medi
cine ever contained so great curative power In
so small space. They are a whole modlclne
cli:st, always ready, til- pa a
ways efficient, always sat- E3 I I 9
isfactory; prevent a cold BIB S
or fever, euro all liver Ills, " '
stele headache, jaundice, constipation, etc. 25c
The only Fills to take with Hood's earsaparlUa.
For Salb A four room residenco
anil twelve, lots, north of new school
house. Terms easy. Apply to this
Tlm Brotherhood nf Locomotive
Firemen will give a concert and ball
at Winslow on the 27th of this month.
The music, is to be furnished by a
quintette of Ihe members of tho
Montezuma band of Gallup, N. M.
No. 1 Mond iv was snowed under in
Kansas, and did not arrive in Flagstaff
ill 7 o'clock Tuesday m. ruing.
Tuesday's wost-buuml passenger was
also delaved until 7 o'clock yestetday
mot niug by the same Kins is trouble,
foist-bound trams ttro running on
Tlm special edition gotten out by C.
M. Fiiuston is a creditable piece of
work and tint numerous handsome
pictures of tlm building's of the Sky
light city ami her foiemost citizens,
with wiituups of Him, will do a gre.il
ileal of good in tlm way of nil vol Using
I'lags'aff and Coconino county.
John Hentiessy's team, attached to
a biickboaid belonging to Al Doyle,
look flight while in Mr. Doyle's y aid
and started at breakneck speed down
the street. Mr. Ilctincssy who was
in the vehicle, was thrown to the
ground, but sustained no .serious in
juri. Tint runaways after covering a
a mile and a half in remarkable quick
lime were, ovct hauled. Tlm only
damage d urn to tlm btlckboard was
the breaking of the double-tree.
Many merchants are well aware
tl'-tt tli"'r (ttsti.nieis at" their lesi
iiinU ,nl lake iileastlie in Mipiihliig
ill, ill ivi'h ihe best g mil;, oblinialili'
-, an ii-tiiio- ive mention Pel ry &
( mil'loli plillillil lit lllUgUs'S of
Flushing, Miciilg-,i. tlmyhay: "V, ?
have no hesitation in recommending
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to our
customers, as it is the best .cough
medicine wo have ever sold, and
iilWS.'S C'lyi". "Mllsl'ielliill." For Mule.
at 2fi and 60 cunts per bottle by nil
druggists and medicine dealers.
A few of the members of the Cath
olic congregation tendered the Paulitt
Fathers Clatk and Doiterty a dinner at
tlm New Bank Hotel on Thursday,
December 31st, at 3 o'clock, in appreci
nl ion of the unsellish work they bail
tl me while in Flagstaff. All the ar
ringemeuls wete put in the hands of
M-. Tolfree and In succeeded in pui
tittg before tho dinner party a spread
the i quiil of which has seldom. If ever,
been seen in Flagstaff. The menu and
service would have doun credit to a
city the size of Los Angeles, and it. is
needless to Sav that tlm gentlemen
who were lucky enough to be present
wcie delighted with it all.
Not a few wh'iread what Mr. Robert
Row Is, of Holland. Va.. has to say
bitlow, will remember their own ex
pel ience under like circumstances:
"Last winter I had la grippe which
left me in a low slate of health. I
tried numerous remedies, none of
which did me any gootl, until I was
induced to try a bottle of Chamber
lain's cough remedy. The lirst bottle
of it so far relieved rno that I was
euabled to attend to my work, aud
the second bottle effected a. cunt."
For sale at 26 and 60 cents per buttle
by all druggists.
At a meeting of Catholic young men
at the Church of Ihe Nativity Friday
evening a permanent organization was
effected, to be called tho Flagstaff
Catholic Union. Tho following officers
were elected: John Llnd, president;
M. J. Riordan, vice-president; M. J.
Kennedy, treasurer; George Hnch
derffer, secretary; Row F. Dilly,
spiritual adviser. Committees wero
appointed to arrange for the furnish
ing, etc., of the rooms in the Babbitt
block, the use of which was kindly
teudereti free nf charge by Babbitt
Bros., and a committee on constitution
and by-laws was also appointed. The
next meeting of the union in their now
qutuicla Ouould Sauiiday uv'ouiu.
mttjiii mi uiih DM! n
Have just received Car Cudahy's Meits and Lard; Car
Fancy Bell Flour Apples in 50-lb. boxes; Car Eagle
and St. Charles brands C mderjsed Milk; Car N. K. Fair
bank & Co.'s Toilet and Laundry Soips and Gold Dust
Washing Powder; Car Arbuckle's Coffee; Car Crackers
and Cakes. We also carry full lines of Crockery, Queens
ware, Stoves, Hardware, Patent Medicines, etc
Can Save Money by Sending Us Their Orders.
TO OUR RETAIL GUSTOMERS:
We have big bargains in all our immense lins of Dry
Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Bts and Shoes. Hardware,
etc. Buying in such quantities as we do, we can easily
create bargains that no other firm dare attempt.
EW BANK HOTEL
Most Handsome!) Appointed and Mast Lib3ially Nlmajsl
Hotel in Irizona.
This elegant hotel has had S.000 expended on its renova
tion, ri arrangement and decoration. Completely
equipped with all modern improvements
Electric lights in every room
CUISINE AND SERVICE UNEXCELLED.-
HEADQUARTERS FOR TOURISTS AND TRAVELERS.
For flie benefit of the readers of
Tub Sun Democrat we have decided
to publish a synopsis of tho proceed
ings of each meeting of the Hoard of
Supervisors during 1897. This will
not, nf course, cost the county a cent
and is done to enable the Hoard's offi
cial actions to be spread far and wide.
The Greenlaw Lumber Company
will build a track from the entei prise
mill to their lumber camp, a distance
of four or live miles to enable them to
haul logs during the winter. Tlm
track will bo a substantial ono of steel
i alls which are on the way now from
Pon a, Cal., antl the logging cars
will lie drawn by horse power.
There is a good story told on one of
the employes of the Arizona Lumber
& Timber company. As the noon
whistle blew this einploie nt down on
a box, thrust his baud in bis overcoat
pocket, looked surprised and then re
marked: "I've "lost my lunch." He
pondered over bis dilemma a moment
and then added: "Well, I've got some
thing to drink, anyway," aud he pulled
a bottle of claret out of his other
pocket' He slowly drained the bottle.
threw it aside, aud sat lint in thought
for a moment. Suddenly be sprang
lip, slapped hisjhigli. and exclaimed
'It's a good Job I lost my lunch."
'Why so?" itii ui fed another wotk-
niati. "Why, 1 left my teelli atuome."
Flagstaff people were treated to a
high-class m:ial and musical enter
tainment last Saturday evening at the
opera bouse. , Miss May Rttstoll,
talented young lady of Los Angeles,
was the Central figure and her excel
lent rendition of "Mary's Night Ride,"
"Rags Raegen," "Rienzi," "How the
Old Horse Won the Uet," and a num
ber of other difficult recitations was
appreciated aud applauded by her
captivated audience. Charles Edwards
gave a violin selection, with an ac
companiment on the piano by Mrs.
John Lind, that further testified to
their rare mus'cal accomplishments.
Mrs. F. W. Sistuu appeared 'in a
pretty soug, Asphore," and Mw. II.
E. Campbell outdid her former bril
liant effort in "Noreen Mo'trpon.""
Messrs. Reid and Sliker also assisted
with a song, which merited the appre
ciation of all. Mls Ritsxell left oik
delayed No. 1 yesterday morning for
Mohave, Cal.. where she appears in a
recital this eveningatthn Depot. Hotel.
The water works project is being:
pushed by our citizens. They pc anut
feel the pressing need of .1 good water
system for the city, and no efforts will
be sparetl liv them to gut the matter
under headway. The bill authorizing
the city to issue its bonds for this
purxise passed th lower bouse of
Congress some time since, and
yesterday Mayor ,1. W. Francis Dr.
D. J. Hrauneii, President of the Board!
of Trade, and City Attorney E. S.
Clark wired Delegate N. O. Murphy to
urge the bill with all his energies.
Delegate Murphy has worked faith
fully for the measure, anil no doubt
will be able to get th measure passed
oy the Senate and siguea by the t're.si-
rlagitafr with a gootl system ot
water works is destined to become the
leading city of Ai ixoua. It has ever
hIiich its existence made great effort
to force itself to the front, and witb
its summer climate, pure water, moun
tain scenery, energetic, people and "
other advantages, will become one of
the leading towns of Arizona.
A smeller at Needles would open up
the rich mines of that section and be
a big thing for the Atlantic & Pacific
railroad. As it is at present $60 rock,
whi'-lt abounds there, isunproHtable onr
account of the expense of transporting:
it to distant smelters.
Schilling's Dist tea gro
cer gives your money back
if you don't like it
It's one thing to say
money back, and another
thing to do money back.
We say it, and your gro
cer does it; and we pay him.
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