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Orf-fiAijjH) '.- ' : .M&- w Proceeding of Hoard of Muprrvliiors. Monday. August 23. 1897. Boa nl of Supervisors met nt ilndr office nl the Courthouse in FIsgstiilT, Arizona, on the above (I a to. Present; C. H. SchiitU. rhalrman; J. A. Vall, member; E. 8. Clurk. District Attor ney; R-H. Cameron, Assessor, and T. E. Pulltai' , Olerk.rj Tlit) I'niiif tin' time fixed br law for the levying if tnxwi, It la ordered by the Boartl of Supervisors of Coconino county. Anion, that the following tax levy fur Territorial and county purposes be mad for said count v for the year of 1897,. to-wil: (3.10 on each $100 worth of property. There la nlaii bwied the aum of five centa on each one hundred dollar of valuation of real and personal prop erty in ai-houl. district number one for the payment of interest on the school bonds of tin said district. There Is also levied the sunt of thirty-five centa on each one hundred dollars of valuation of real and per sonal property in school district num ber two for the payment of Interexi and tii create a sinking fund for tin payment of the bond of the said school district. The Territorial fair. The secretary of the Territorial fair at Albuquerqun writes us thit the coming fair will be the largett and most attractive of all of the fairs ever iheld at Albuquerque. The exposition building will be lilted to over-flow with 'the products of thn country The Kultry department will Imj represented liy breeders from nil over -the west; nwiy Colorado breeders bave already (-unified their intention to make exhibits. The rigid sports this year will be im mense. There will be no' less than six ball clubs bich will enter tint t'ourna- THE CARROLLTON - HOTEL W, H. CARROLL, PROPRIETOR npironiroror JT ustCpm J?l tescI.Ttie Cosiest Hotel inNor them A.irioniSL. Ftjtir- emd HJp to Date. Elec trically Lvigtatecl. tfffirerffnmff EXCELLENT DINING-ROOM IN CONNECTION. CENTRALLY LOCATED. FIR3T-CLA88 9ERVICE. REASONABLE RAXES. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS. JOHN SANDERSON! -DKAUKR IN- Ciroceries. Glass and Will sell; for a few days, GLASS and QUEEJNS- .? v, . WARE at Goat: . BlST GOODS. w , -LOWEST PRICES. HP, E3, ICDCIsvlv -DEALER IN- Fancy Groceries, Fine . FRESH RAILROAD AVENUE. ratftit and the lovers of base-ball will ee some tlic tititxt exhibition of the national game ever played in the Rocky Mountains. The bicycle races will be greater than ever before The s-otnUry has just had orders for ten entry blanks fitmi Denver and a dozen from Pueblo ith nnmeroiis letters from other points from bicycle riders saying tint they would attend. The railroad company have made the low 'rate of 1 J centa per mile enuli wy betweei Tnnidid, Col., and El Paso and Silver City and west as far as Needles, Oal. The Texas Pacific, the Peons Valley, the D. A R U. and the Santa Fe, Pntscott St Phoenix have all made rates in conjunction with the Saute Fe road.' The secretary is in correspondence with great many breeders of line hteu in the Eastern States and he expects quite a number of fine bucks to be placed on exhibition for the ben efit of the sheep growers of New Mex ico , The manufacture of sugar beet bids fair to become one of the great indus tries of New Mexico as well as Ari zona, ttmliziug this the association have offered a prize of SKO for the best 100 pounds of sugar, beets grown iu the Territ' ry aud $10 as a second prizt It is hpnl thou who are ex perimenting this year on the growth of ugar beets will exhibir the results of iheir experiment at the fair. Everybody should attend the Terri torial Fair this year who are interest ed in the develnpement of the Terri tories or in any way fond of field ports. Everyone, regardless of va tty of taxtef, will have opportunity to ritify th-m. SPIN AL Stf&fflfCsMa Queensware. Clears. '-- . . ., J J Tobaccot and CANDIES. V Important Mealing. Tie r will be a meeting. f the Do: rd of Trade on tomorrow (tYida)) even Ingjit 8:30 oVIock at Dr. I). J. Bran ncn'8 office. All members are re. queued to Ih present us there in Im- ixirtant liuhifss to bu transisted. D. J DUANNKN. J. K. JON&8. Pri-sideut. Secretsry. 1 It is always gratifying to recrlve testimonials fur Chanibt-rlnin's collo, rholera and 'llsnlnifs rcnirdy, and when I he endoi-senient is fnnn a uhysiciau is especlslly so. "'lliere is no more satisfactory ' effective rem edy than Chamberlain's rhnlir. cholera and diarrhoea remsdy," writes Dr. R. E. lloliey. physician and pharmacist, f Olney, Mo.; and as Im lias used the Remedy in his own family and sold It in Ids driig store for six years, lie should rerlaluly kuow. For sale by D. J. Brsiinnu'a drug store. Chamburlaiirs colic, cholery and diarrhoea remedy always affords prompt reliet. For sale by D. J. Urauneu's drnjr store. x Labor nay Proclamation. Territory of Arizona Executive. Department The laws of the United States dtisiijiiate the first Monday in September of each jer as a legal holi day to be known as Labor Dy. When we reflect that labor is the foundation and creator of all wealth; that upon it depends all happinessnd all excellence; that it "is labor tliat builds up great states and carries on the commerce of the world, thn wis dom of this enactment is apparent, and especially is it so when applied to tho people of our territory who are labor ing to derelope its various resources and establish for themselves happy homes Our busy and iwlustriom com munities contain but few drones, hence nearly all can be rightfully classed as Uliorers tho mechanic, the merchant, ha miner, the lawyer, the farmer, the divine, the banker, the physician, the tcvichor and tlm clerL, as wll as ha who perform the more swore tasks of manual laW, are laborers ' in the Iiest sense of the word, for whtlo muny earn thnir d.nly bread by tlm sweat of fheir faces ami others by the work of their brain, they arc ull toilers. A general observance of the day so wisely set apart by congress, will tend to promote a higher appreciation of the dignity of labor and the great part it is taking in the building up of our territory, and the great republic in which we soon wish to become a sute. To bring labor of all kinds into closer lelations with itself and with other in terests, to inculcate a friendly feeling 11 nd hearty co-operation between labor and capital, thus encouraging good will between all classes of the com munity wjtli a view to pleasant and n-ciprncal relations is the great object of this great observance of Labor day. Now, therefore, I, Myron H. Mo Cord, governerof Arizona, (loprocla t and declare Monday, the sixth day of September, one thousand eight hun dred and ninety-seven, a legal holiday, and do most earnestly recommud that all business of whatever nature, except such as the ne:essities of the community require to die carried on, to be suspended on that day, that ad who desire may observe the dy in n maniter beBtting the importance of the occasion. Let us not forget that Labor day is as important and to future generations will become as suggestive and inspir ing as thn religious and patriot io holi days that our people so loyally and religiously observe. Doun at Phoenix the capital, this 16th dayof August; A.'D.1897. ' Myhon H. 'Mc'Cobd. ! .Governor of Arizona Cbabus H. Asms. ' Secretary of Arizona, For raaoyyearrscience- has studied liquors. ' Besultr the; whole world Uses whisker-. It has proven the best stimu lant and does not injure nerves and tissues like cooawiues and other drugged compounds. And HARPER Whiskey is the Ideal whiskey. SOLD BY J.J. DONAHUE, FLAUSTAFF, ARIZOXA We Do Recognize Competition BUT NOT IN ARIZONA AE DON'T beat the band or anyone else-rBut sell Good, Fresh, First-class Goods as low if not lower than any firm or branch firms in the city can and. live. We can do this because bur expenses are less than any general store in Arizona in proportion to business done. . - We are also here to stav and want, all our neighbors to stay with us. People of Coconino county recognize good treatment and those who have caused prices to be right. We are still with you and desire to LIVE AND LET LIVE. We buy a carload or two ourselves once in a while but not of hams, bacon or lard; these we get in smaller lots, so as to furnish good, fresh meats weekly. None of our customers get sick on our fresh.... NEW SPUDS In 100-pound Sax $ 1 . 2 5 We don't receive any regular shipments of Vegetables, Fruit or Fish, but give our good neighbors (the middle men who make that line a business) a chance to live. Our Indian Department is complete, including the Moqui Snakes and Snake Dancers. Exhibition commences next moon. FLAGSTAFF COMMERCIAL CO. Dealers in EVERYTHING THE SUN-DEAAOGRfT. oooooooooooe The Leading Weekly Newspapermen Northern OOOOCOOOOOCCt Devoted to the Interests-of Territory Subscription Two Dollars , Published every Thursday. 000000000000c Its pages are always Spicy, Newsy and Reliable, and ready to advance the common interest of all. ' ' r FINE JOB PRINTING of all kinds done on short no! tice and satisfaction guaranteed. JONES & JACKSON. Publishers. ' SUBSCRIBE) FOR-ftDVERTISE IM THE SUN-DEMOCRAT Better support means a better paper and a good live paper can do incalculable good in advertising our resources and advantages. -y. .fT Arizona. 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