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IHKSa" frt v 'Vrf-.:-itoaT$i tm-Hemocrat VOL. XIV. KLvU.NTAKF. ARIZONA. THURSDAY. MAHCII 18, 1S!7. NUMIJBB 23 l-i-isMtfMlWfflM&!$-h.,,.c. - '...- ' -- Hl& ESHBHHHHHiaLU JSfciiLaiifc- ....if K&m X -A Sbeiflaiifitaffs TI J1 a . W jft "i SW 84. ! K! Ky" .,- ' jC ft V WANT IT QUICK? x , Well of course you do. What is the use of lumber if you can't get it when you want it? WE DELIVER PROMPTLY, We realize ' only be of the GET THERE kind in delivery, bucwe must GET THERE with quality and prices as well. WWXOOC913 Call and see favor to yourself. THE PRICES ARE RIGHT. THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO,, FLflOSTflFF ARIZONA. UUM HOB WMM t-ftfl,- iMJUU?" Wins Over Corbett in Fourteonth Round. One of tliiFlnet I'uctllstlc Contents of the Docnde llolli Men In Ftno Condition nntl Squally Matched. Wrdncsilny iIhwiiimI blight uml eli:ir at C-tMon, Nev., tin tcnipointiii o was uqualilo and t'vuiy tiling most auspicious for Itio ptifjilistie ion I est. TIih kinctosci.pu was on tlio giotiml to jurseno for liiMoiy 0110 of the hairiest fought and Moodiest Imtllr.s iu tlio auualflof pniiixiii. Ai)iuit G000 pi'oplu wen 8mtt-il in tlio nmpatlitalfi' and llio iiiinii'dialo vicinity of lliu lif-ht was Hit-rally liluc-k with people. A number of ladies occupied seats at lliu lingsiilti. Mis. l-'Itzslmmons was si-nli-il inapitvate box. Knlbtisinsls fi oni all over I lie coiinl ry wi-ro picM-ut. lioslon, Now YoiV. riilladl-lplii.i, Chit-.ipi. and ntuily i-vuiy city of iinpnitiinco in tlio United States wt-io U'Iiicm-Mi-iI by largo dte gations. An eyi--iiness desciibcs the acenu as i i ailing thu famous gladiator conn st of old Rome, when Kings and Queens attt-ndid. Tlio Uovi-mur of Nevada and tlio rest of tlio Statu offi cials occupied piomincnt seats in tin atuphillicUcr. 3 lie appeal atice of John L. Sullivan was the frfgeal for loud t-heeiiug. He stepped into the ling and announced that ho had conio all the way fiom New Yoik for the puiposo of dial-I'D longing tho winner. Ho meant busi ness, be said, aud gavo uotico that ho was teady to back his challenge, with a bet of $5000. Sullivan 'was cheered repeatedly before tho light begin. Fitsslnimous was tho fiist to enter tho i ling. It was row 11:69, aud a second after Fitz camo Coibett. The latter weighed pietty closo to 182 pounds, while Fllzsiuunons tipped the .scales at 1C8. Both men weio in the pick of condition, Coibett showing up much heavier than Fitz. Tho seconds now tool! their places that we must not us--as a special Fhzsiimu )in vva-i Ionised after In Al.iitui Julian, Kiiiet Kouboi, Sti-Nni'f t.uii lliekv, u,Mln Chai'ley Wlii'i. Di'ini) Ji-ffnra, MtV-, Joo Cirbtitt. IHII.i W'nods and Al Hampton i""l earn of t'orttt-tt. llnlli lin n liad ii fn-i l to ircugiiii olio another, but. when tlio gong Miuuded tlicy stepped up and gavn tlio ctistoiuary banilsliiiku. 'iist round Spairlng for an open ing; Fitz fm 1 1-8 Cotbetl to coiner and tiiesaleft swing, wbieli Jim ducks cleveily. Jim mines up smiling. Fitz vti aggieviB and lands lightly on Coi bull's iicik. Jim feints and lands a left hook on tlio stomach, and follows It up with a Iff I hook on FiU's jau. Thi-y clinch, but no damnge il.mo in the bieakaua'. Corbelt lauds bis left with a light suing on Fitz's libs; t-iiueh; no t'amago iu bieakawa)'. Fit, lands his left on Jim's bead, Jim lauds bis light on Fitz's shod libs. Climb, and Fitz sends bis heavy light on Jim's head. Seiond lound Cm belt advances to tlio center for a minute; clinch; i damage in bieakaway. 'liiinl lotiud Coibett stalls light iu with that bind left hook on Fiiz's bod. Fitz gets savago and tiles his left and light on Cot belt's head, but does U'ly little damage. Fouilb lound Coibett inches and lauds tlio left again on Bob's litis. Fitz is shoit with bis-left; follows up with stiff left ou Jim's stomach and Iu tlio clinch loughs it again. They aio lighting at a let ritio lata ami it is a beautiful contest. Fifth i ound Coibett lauds his left on Fitz's jaw; again that left goes ou jaw. Fitz blows hao plenty of steam behind them, but are not as ficqueut Jlm'- 'iueJr t,1,,c1' Round ends "'belt's favor Sixth lound They clinch and Fitz itiiesto wiestlo Col butt down. Loud dies ol uii!" "Uli!" Coruett lands light left jab on face. Fitz counters ou jaw. F'ltz is literally covoiod with blond, but is fighting like a demou. Coi butt shows signs of fast work. Seventh louud Coibett forcing. They both miis left swings at head; Coi belt uppeicuts. Fitz on face. Both evidently looking for a knockout blow. Fitz looks like a stuck bullock, but is as strong as tho other man. Corbett is very tired. Eighth louml Vit is doing all ho f iicingthls round. Fiizhas tho wmst of the lound when tho gong sounds. Ninth loiiid L'ltig i.inge spatiing. Until vere nemo on feet. Jim Is jab bing and cliiches. uppeicuts Fitz lihi iu In eakawa) . 1-itz lands veiy haul left-hand swing on .Jim's jiw and tries a light cioss, but Jim is inside. Fit, again tiles tight eri, but in Mint l. Ho Is landing ofieiur than Corbett now. Tenth round Fit spits blood out of bis liioulh mid Hies a bud left swine at Coibells head riiz i-omesbiek with a stiff left iimP riht on Jini lien-l and bod, lit? is veiy much cooler and slionger th in Crhett. Jim stops a left suing willt a stiaight lefi on mouth. i Klcveulb tiiiind Ailiucli. Coibett lands his light on libs; is couuteled with a left jub on ehio. Fitz is a tar get for Cot belt's Jefl jita.liut is a bear iu strength. Jim nurses a half i omul book ou j iw ' Filz Innds u haul left stiaight on Cm lull's fea. The clinch ami Fiiz i-him-h with bis light; they mix it and i-'itz has tho best in the toughing. Fitz lights Coibett to his coiner and has him weak when gong sounds. Twelfth roil ml Curia tt rushes it. Misses left; is countered ou faff. Fits is bent on I tl-litnvr it and Jim is keeping iiA ay. Fiiz gels worst of it in the rush. Mont ilim-hiug. Coi bett lauds Ins left on Fitz's tioso and follows left ou body, tin forces Fitz to the ropes and MiiaMies him bard ou shoitiibs. Fitz spits copious gobn of blood. Coibett is now rushing it aud . . V' ?t. .. ... . lands one to right and left on tilts face. Corbett lauds left oniFitz's face again and follows riglitnt body. He tiles n knockout, up'iriciit with rlgl t, but is u halt- too siiort TJsis is ui- Ih-U's nuiiid.- 'jOwi Thlitei'ntli r-niiiJ -Fitz lands slum on Colin-It'. ribs an,' u left o I jaw J in finds Kite's uind aiin with left tita iiixlies Jim in in bis eninei, hot does Very lltllo damage. Fitz tiiis that hard light swing, but it does no good. Jim's left glovu is iu Fitz's face when gong sound. Fouiteenlh I ound Cot belt's lefi blocked, but 1 mils left jab on FltzV head. Fitz cotiuteis with n tenilie light swing on Coi belt's neck and ha Coi belt going b ick for a few moments. Fitz lands a leu ib'c left ou Corbett' client and Jim goes to his knees witli a frightful look of agony on Ids face. Tho timekeeper calls tho seconds one. two, tin to. four, live, six, seven, fight, nine, ton when Coibett comes to his feit. Ho rushes to Fit, and tndeav- ois to stllko him. Tliciu isatcriihle upioir. Tho decision lias not burn iven jet. Rcfet ee.Ueorgo Slier de cides that Fiizsimons wins. Tlio blow that did tlio biiftiness landed over Cor bett's heait, and bo toll.tpscd after one on tho gicatosl lights iu liintoiy. Tin; last lound lasted ouu minuto and fm tj-fivo seconds. LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. Tho 'Work of tho Lawmakers Eo . viewed Briefly. Tim, I.awmttkorn Io a Kushlnc Bust ncss nnd Are Anxious to t.'Ieiir Up Calcudur. tlH I'HOENIX. March 17 Special Cor respondence of Tiih Sdn-Deuo- CUAT. The clouds that have been hovoiing lound for a month or more and giving to certain of tho members very tnvsie lious looks and airs have passed away. Tho result Js biiefly told. M. II. MiCoid is exonerated of all charges brought against him. Tho investiga ting committee has had for a month or moio under Its consideration the doings Ctntinuti tn Eighth pap. E. P. GREENLAW GREENLAW FLAGSTAFF. ! 'At .MANUKACTUUF.ItS Native Pine Lumber, Ties, Bridge Timbers, Telegraph Poles, Mining Stuffs, . Shingles, Laths. i GEE, WHIZ!" .jca&; - Can Tomatoes $ .75 per can. Can Corn 65 per can. " Punken " (Arkansaw) ... .40 per can. Nutmegs $1.00 each. Onions, soap usual prices. ANY OF THE ABOVE DELIVERED FREE AS WHICH IS CRIPPLED, LEAVE ORDERS AT FLAGSTAFF COMMERCIAL GO. STORE NEWS DEPOT. .CHAS, FANCY GROCERIES, FRESH FRUITS, CANDIES, NOTIONS, STATIONERY, A.11 tho Dolicacio3 of the Season Frosh from the Market. 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