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" " Vv1 - &&$ rtv dWW(- ., -"Wtoc wV -(. ?&KI,1 I fc-j I I' THE SUN-DEMOCBAT. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. All contract and bill tor adTertlilnic pay akle monthly. Advertising rates given upon application. Business locals 10 cento per Una for int In sertion, and S centa per line tor each subse quent Insertion. Thi Bnn-T)iociuti pleased to contribute la public matters, but all notices of festivals, talni. meetings of societies, suppers, enter tainments and mention of marrlairei, blrthi and deaths beyond the regular announce tent, will be charged for at regular rates. THURSDAY. APRIL 22. 1897. M !' SS These lire hock-lieer ilitM. Kansas (My Dressed Beet at Gnrrett & Heiniess'H. Dr. R. M. Francis was hnro from Willhims Moniliiy. (io to Collin's for blcxcle fixtures, repniio, etc. Whet-Is in ri-nt. Gooil cheap shoes at M. J. liagnall's. Try the $2.50 ami $3.00 shoes. A. ViimlHWiirt, the well-known wool bujer of Boston, Is in l ho city. F. C. GIIhiiii, lineman for the A. & P. at Gallup, wns In town Friday. Ak i our grocervnmn for Him Marl copa Creamery liutier and cheese. Foil Sale Cheap, a good Hut'dcite rgan; terms easy. Apply to J. C. Grim. Travel from Flagstaff to the Grand Canyon lias already set in fur the season. Professor Drew of Lowell Ohserva tory arrived from the City if Mexico Friday. L. G. Smith, n proniinent sheep man of Seligman, spent yesterday in the. city. Orders taken lor g.ilf and biejclo suits, nindii to older, at J. . Weath orfoi il'. O. M. Kobblns of Santa Ann. Cat., stopped at the Grand Canyon Hotel llou'lay Dr. J, A. Miller left. thW morning for a piofiEMonal vi.sit of ten d.iy.s to Winslow. V. C. VaUgll:tn IcgNtered nt till) New Bulk Hotel from l'hoeiiix hist Thursday. George Hill, who has linen spending the winter ill Plineni, reiitrued Situr day morning. Just received at WVnthei ford's, a full line of hells, slides and ho.se fur biejcle riders. James A. Fleming, the Phoenix banker, whs on. No. extenlay morn in jr hound for Kauns City. F. A. Gentler of Phoenix ami YV. C Miller of (leionie ere guests at the Now Bank Hotel JWnuiluy. ' H. M. Johnson hint moved his family beie fmm Hiiirdau ami they aiu hcimi pjlng lesidence of Mrs. Nelll. Bahhitt Bros. have just reeeivei) a car of choice Eastern apples, which tliey are selling at ?5 per hairel. Rev. T. M. Connolly, pastor of the Catholic church at Wiuslow.'iiud Mr. Dohoney weru in Flut.tlf Tuesday. Collin Bros, havti in nil the fresh fruits mid vegetables of the season; also a finu assortment of cream candles. Henry Nicols of St. Paul was among the tourist in rivals this week and Is taking in the eights around FlagstulT. The best hutter in town is the Marl. oopa Creamery butler; full cream and no coloring. Sold liy Bahhitt Bros. Sen that your butter has the stamp of the Maricopa Creamery Co., Phoenix S23K-ZBiftfe l .. LEVI OTRAUSS & CO. FACTORY-SAN Fr CISCO-CAt. COPPER RIVETED rutoB OVERALLS ANO SPRING BOTTOM PANTS. EVERY GARMENT GUARANTCEO. EMPLOY OVCIf J. W. WEfTHERFORD GENTS' OUTFITTER SUITS REHDV WKDE HND TO ORDER Hatt, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Gloves, Trunks, Valises, Underwear, It is nearly three years since we opened what is now known all over Northern Arizona as J. W. WEATHER FORD'S GENTS' FURNISHING STORE on Railroad avenue. To our customers during this period we express our appreciation for their recognition of our efforts in'their behalf, and as a result in their confidence and our close attention to business, we have to-day the largest stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods, Men's Hats, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valises and in fact everything that goks to make up a first-class Gents' Outfitting Store, on tKe-line of the A. & P. Ry. from Albuquerque, N. M. to California. To appreciate the variety and selection of our stock, a personal inspection is necessary. In conclusion, we ask you to CALL and see us when you are in Flagstaff and we will show you more and better goods for less money and a larger assortment to select from than you can find anywhere else. Call in and be convinced that our prices are right and that we have the goods. Very respectfully, J. W. WEATHERFORD. W. H. Goldliap of Ash Fork, nd - minlstrator of the estate of Phillip McDonald, deceased, was here yester day. The marriage of Percy Ashly Cowan and Miss Marie Anita l'aegar of Phoenix is announced to take place April 28. Although early in the season, tour ists hare, begun to arrive. A ptrty of them ifiovn out to the Cliff Dwell lugs Monday. The King's Daughters' Circle, will give n f.ilr In connection with ilm.will experiment with r.nsmg mi'a holies' social at Babbitt's hall, on the ,"",, H'N seison. Pie m-H swidy 2'Jlll f tills month. lonn Koil here is es)einlh -I'llp-il to Don't forget that Gun-eft & Henne -"' 'U Vegetables of all kinds mid nut rntiiilu-'the Fl.tirstair Meat Market". !,"'"' ,,l"'l", ",,,""ld -'''il"b ''"i'- Hoxwot Hi's old stand, wheru all will get courteous treatment. Mrs. Kiel lias taken charge nt the hoarding house at George Morgan's logging camp near the Greenlaw Lumber Comptiiy's mill. Harry Jacobv has gone to consider able expetihe in titling up his place of business and now has one of (he finest litieil up resorts in town. J. G. Duncan of Mt. Vernon, N. Y., mill Miss A. Eiidicott Martin of New York are among the tourists at the New Bank Hotel, ariiving Sunday. Fiank MeGinuls of Denver, travel Ing freight agent for the San Fraucl.-co & St. Louis railroad, regi-teivd at the Grand Cahyon Hotel last Tlitir.iil.ty. Mr. and Mrs. Denting Iaoves of Del toll. Midi., registered at the New Bank Hotel 3 c sterility and will make the trip to the Grand Canyon to-day, S. L. Cornish has accepted a posi tion as salesman in the dry goods de partment of Babbitt Brothers, and Butt Cameron iu the grocery depart ment. II. N. Howen of Salt Lake City and John F. Cowan of Butte, Mont., min ing men who. are iuteiested in nut copper mines, registered at the Grand Cannon Hotel Saturday. ,T. A. Kiordin and fam'ly returned Sunday morning from Los Angeles Where they liave been spending the winter, i. w. Sisson, who made the, trip to Los Angeles last week, accum (milled them back. MARK. 330 QIRI-S. m V. ' nJfV , i - ir- j Flagstaff Meat Market is the only j place, in town to buy fresh meat. Everything kept in the butcher's line, such as beef, mutton, pork, sausaire. wild games, (ish, etc. Garrett & Heu nessi, proprietors. Preaching services at I ho Methodist church Sunday April 22: Sniij.-ct morning discourse, '.The Subjects or the Kingdom;" evening. "The Hidden Forces." All are cordially invited to attend thesft services. Several of onr farmers and ranchers Next Sunday will beBixs' Brigade day at the PivsbUerl in church. The Mlhjeel for the ni'irning servlee'wlll be "True Friendship" and for the even ing, Bigheadeilneis." II. P. CoiiSEtt, Pastor. The City Council mi,' add another story to the muiilcipil building. It could bo used to advantage by the city i and be erected for a very reasonable ! additional expense. J. C. Milligau has the Hr&t story nearly completed. J. A. Mnro of Helena. Mont.. F. L. Landers of New York and S. S. Hamilton of St, Paul, tourists, stopped over hero Sunday on their way to California. I'hoy will return shortly and spend some time in the Skylight City. Frank Hnchderffcr will erect a two story and basement brick building on his lot on the southeast comer of Lerottx street and Aspen avenue. He has already commenced excavating. Thus do we prosper. Let tbo good woik continue. An article ancnt Mr. E. II. Cress' candidacy for United States Marshal, clipped from the Phoenix Gazette, was pi luted in these columns last week with the credit left off thanks to the "intelligent compositor. " Wo seldom deliberately pirate, Bro. Dunbar. Sheriff Rilph Cameron wont to Williams Tuesday and arrested a man on the charge of assault' with a deadly weapon, committed at Walnut Sunday. The inau assaulted was damaged con siderably and camo to Flagstaff Mon day aud sworo to the complaint. Messrs. Lesser and Sawyer, who constitute one of Winslow's biggest mercantile 11 rim, passed through on No. 1 Friday for Phoenix. They have the contract to furuish tbo Atlantic & Pacific with the brick for the new I depot and eating house. at'Wluslow. Miss Olof Krarer, the little Esqui mau lady, will lecture at tbe opera house Saturday night under the aus pices of the Presbyterian church. Miss Krarer has appeared in the princi pal cities of the.East and' everywhere Like the Drum Major, We Head the Proces sion Every Time1. This time we have the grandest display of ntvr Dress Goods, Linens, Fabrics, Fancy Goods, a whole new line of Gen s' Furnishings everything jut from the latest Eastern markets, and they are the best our "buyers could find. Com? early and avoid the rush. We shall e busy for a week more opening up the many cases and bales, but we shall meet you with a smile just tbe same. APPLES! We hive just received a car of the celebrated Eastern '"Wine Sips." and we can safely say they are the best of their kind ever brought to Arizona. NEW POTATOES! For table use a-t.l for the very best brands. D&fLERS! We solicit your Get our quotations before buying. BABBITT BROS Taj tacjrnt Gunral Store in Arizm, We tradu with tlnl Navij) it'll Mipi -1 lia'is. Mivbn w tun titerest yon In Indian III I'ikeu, l'i un..s, Kings, B.felHts or Arrowhetds. Visitors stopplm; here are alwus v.icoiiiil to oip- Indian depirJmut THE - GRAND - CANYON - HOTEL OSCAR LESARROU. Manaoer Recently remodeled, redecorated and refurnished through out. Modern improvements throughout. It speciil, features are the excellence of its table, perfection of its srvu-a, thj chan'.e of its appointmants. Elec trically lighted th oughout. THE M03TLI3V-LYiVmQD HOTEL IN THE SOUTHWEST. ecd:jni2s: i i J. P. ARNOU fin Practical and GpsriepeerJ WfTGHMfKER HAS LOCATED IIEUB PEKMANENTLY AND MAKES A Sl'nqi.YIil'Y Of REPAIRING FIXS AND (JOMWUATED TIMEPIECES Fine Jewelry, Witclm, Optical Goods, AT EA3VERN P3ICE3 PLACE or Bosinevi Ar bY0N VLl3 SHOE STORE PLASSTAUP, ARIZ. has been greeted with I trjje iiud en thusiastic atldienees. She is snid to bo the only educitei lady leetitrer of that peculiar and interesting race Popular prices will be charged. Nothing like it for instilling new life into a follow. Everybody seems to bo building. The sound of the stone cutters pick the yell for "more mort," the music: of the saw and the nois of tbo bummer is hoard on every hand and Lent s everything for curing that tired feeling. Awarded Highest tfonors World's Fair, DR CREAM BAKING POWDffl MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Vrre Vein Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. -j 12 1 3;fi.'il varieties of correspondence. .'. TDJl3TS.:S Under Sheriff Fletcher Fairchild arres'ed two hobos hero SumUy on suspicion of having broken into a sealed ear of Government merchandise. The hobos clai'n that the seal was already broken and that they climbed inside to steal a rido. They will have their examination in a few days. The average d.iily attendance at the Flagstaff schools for the year just closed was 152, au increase over last j cor of niue. Total number of pupils enrolled during the year, 225, an in crcaso over last year of 12; percentage of attendance on enrollment, 67.5, an increased percentage of attendance over last year of eight. Miss Krarer, the Esquimau lady who lectures under the auspices of the Presbyterian church at the opera houso Saturday night, is under the management of the same bureau that furnished tbe lady quartet and the reading by Mr. Lolulng, both of which were most entertaining, and we may beliovo that this will bo likewise suc cessful. Miss Krarer has been on tbe lecture platform since 1888. She has repeated her lecture in the city of Philadelphia 85 times and in other cities she has had a phenominal suc cess. The price of tickets will be: Children under 15, 25 cents; adults, 86 cents. Id each case, reserved seats will be 16 cents extra. Ma775WvvM i'.S?sK &.-mmMmammmmim'" igfg