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LSia8ffiim"iiec Tst.: v ' . i: '".! ' vmFr & SCigfd JQcfcr. . KOTICB TO THE VU1JLIU. All contract! and bills (or advertising pay able monthly. Advertising rates given upon application Business locals 10 cents per line for first In sertion, and 6 cents per lino for each subso il unit Insertion. Toe Bun-Democrat Is pleased tocontrlbute public matters, but nil notices of festivals, airs, meetings of societies, suppers, enter tainments and mention of marriages, births mid deaths beyond tlio regular announce ment, will be charged tor at regular rates. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1897. L00AL BREVITIES. Sweot apple cider at Coffin's. Uhiukels unci Quilts nt tho Cash Store. Henry Ashurst of Williams was hero jho iiistof tlio week. The new Catholic school building is nbout ready for occupancy. Take your watch and jowclery re pairs to J. A. Maurnrnt tho postofllce. William Travis and family Jkft Monday for Camp Verde to spend the wluter. A sanitarium should be established here. It is certainly an v ideal place for one. Edgar Whipplo tbo.khig of under taken paid Williams a business visit Monday. Go to G. H. Collin's for fresh oys ters, celery, cranberries and Uuo cream candies. In less than twelvo mouths the miues at tho Grand Cnuyou will as sume a Klondike rush. S. S. Ackers, a heavy weight dem ocrat of Camp Verde was inlxiug with our busiucss men Monday. Fou Sale A fine toned square Piano in excellent coudition. Apply to J. M. Simpson. Charles O'Neal of Raton, Now Mexico, arrivod hero Mouday and will remain for an iudciiuito time. Tho railroad magnates and mining kings will bo hero the last of next week and thoy mean busiucss. Frank J. Stem has accepted a posi tion as salesman, in tho grocery de partment of Babbitt Bros1, store. One of tho largest stocks of Furni ture o er'sbipped. to the Territory lis iust1beuHreceived at the cisltistbfe. 'audi they arenUi(eraiiteaTlr: v, o ...ai.J5rinrS? thoy survey. From the uew subscriptions wo aro receiving wo infer that tho Skylight KlCKKK is popular, aud that tho peuplo waul it to kick. James Loy has tho walls of his new blick office building up, and has already leased Dr. W. S, Hobluson au office in the same. Moleupah & Mudetsbach have tho cleanest, nicest, most convenient meat inaiket iu towu. Their meats are all k fresh and of tho finest. Dr. J. A. Miller, dentist, returned Suuday from a visit to Navajo county, where bo had been mending aud ex tracting troubicsomo teeth. If you wish to see au, assortment of truuks, and valises of modern build at low prices, drop in to tho Cash Store. Telescopes 75o up, truuks fo to 30. Dr. Dryden o! Wlnslow was on No. 2 passeuger Tuesday, in charge of the conductor and fireman - who were wounded In the wreck near McClel- 1 --". -flfl 7Tf Clarence Spellmlre oarae;iH; today fromf Kansas UltjvMo., arid will Itakjt .l,.ira f thn Babbitt B rot Lets' COB """"'" ---..-. H V-. missary. His many frieuus are glau to have liim back among them. A telegram was received here yes terday for DeNoy Hodge from his father at Berryville, Ark., announcing the death of his little sister, which occurred at that placo on Tuesday. Our county hotel continues to keep full of boarders which is evidence that tho criminal element kuows a good thing when they see it, and are not changing boarding places every few days. T. E. Pulllam is" having bisresl deuce on Aspen Avenue lemodoled and reuaperod. Ho expects Mm, Pulliam and children to return this week from an extouded visit to Arkan-sas- and he. wauls tho house in order to receive thorn. Tin ce or four dead engiucs on the yards hero tlio first of the week shows that tlio railroad's supply of water at this point is insufficient to move the numerous heavy trains that tho com pany now has on tho road. If the amount of-frolght contlniios the ralf- Sroad compaiby will have to makd some arrangement to get a supply of water from the city iwkeu our water workfc 1 are put lb. Sfj Eastern Beu Davis apples (2 per box at Coffin's. November was n weather record breaker in northern Arizona. William Smoot Si, of Williams was a visitor in tlio city Saturday. For first-class watch work go to J. P. Arnolds' at tho W. U. T. office. Attorney E. E. Elllnwood returned from Denver, Colorado, Satuulay. J. W. Thurber returned from a business trip to Seligman Tuesday. Attorney XS. Bunch was looking aftor legal business t Williams on yesterday. For freshest culs in boaf, mutton, veal and poik, go to Mohlonpah & Mudorsbach. Messrs. Harvoy aud Bcarse of tho Now York Photograph Company loft yesterday for Williams. Rubbers, overshoes and rubber boots in great variety for men women and children, at tho Cash Store. The Santa Fo Pad II o railroad com pany are building a lengthy sido-track soven miles west of Wlnslow. Tho big hearted Cap Smith of Wil liams dropped down ou his Flagstaff friends for a few hours yesteuday. Robert Black has recently moved into his now property in the west part of tho city. Ho has also opened up a dairy. E. G. Greening and C. J. Babbitt left Suuday night for Los Angeles, Cal., with several car loads of fat cat tle for that matket. The Kickeu and tho twico a week Detroit Frco Press for only Three Dollars a year. Just think of it, thrco papers for tho prico of one. M. Altman nnd wifo of Williams passed through ou passeuger train No. 2 Tuesday, bouud for Denver. Col., where they will rosido in the future. Cutting pi ices is an old habit. I originate, others try to imitato. When you want tho best attlclo at tho lowest prico como to Coffin's, headquarters for it. Christmas ads should be planted early this year with plenty of space for display, for by tho sellers ads yo shall know whero to purchase vour holiday goods. Buying iu carload lots wo got car load jirices and carload vales of freight ou Fjaraitare, andean give our pstrws the beeedt of this rrat Mti!lugl Fl'ac- itaCC'ash Sfot'e. - , , J'fe MW8M MOJ.OC,Apftr.,'JirHl(H caught the spirit of improvement, but tho cast end is without a sidewalk for tho pcdestrit.il to put Ids foot on. How long will It bo thus? Wo were very busy yeslordny (It being collection day) dodging our creditors aud had to neglect our news paper work, but such tilings will occur in all well regulated nows paper offices once a mouth. The Now York Photograph Company liavo left with J. D. Raudebaugh all negatives of pictures taken by them aud all persons desiring pictures from those negatives can procure them by calling on Mr. Raudebaugh. As tho tiiio in which, to pay taxes is drawing feelingly near county treas urer, Dan Francis is doing a good busiucss aud is selling tax receipts at par. Ue is making au effort to close out his stock by tho third Monday in this month. Preaching services at the Methodist church Sunday, Dec. 6, 1897: Morn ing discourse, "Tho Keeping Power;" evening discourse, "Personal Expedi ence" Thcso services begin promptly at 11 a. in. nnd 7:30 p. m. All are cordially invited to theso services. C. i Wilson, Pastor. Tho surveying patty who aro sur veying a route from the Grand Can yon to tills placo for tho Santo Fe & Grnud Cnnyou tallroad will arrive here the latter pait of next week. Those who claim to bo on llie inside say the road will lie built fiom hero, and Unit dlit will fly in less than thirty dttjs. Wo hopo they aro not talking through their huts. C. S. Denloii and family who enmo hero three pr four mniitlis ago tor the benefit of Ins wifes1 health leff yester day for their home nt Berryville, Ar kansas. Mrs. Denton's health im proved veiy much whjlo here, and we export the family will return to our mountain city next spring tq enjoy this health giving climate and nuiko this Iheir home. A colored gentleman, who gave Jhls name as5 Charles Ramon -was arrested hero lost week by "deputy slit-riff Ruben Drum, on a charge of rape committed in Los Angeles, 'Cal., but was ref eased on last Monday week. He passed through here on No. 2 passenger Frl day in charge of an officer who was taking him to Nashville, Teun., to auswerfor it murder committed in that city several yearsago. an.?r. m ., ... vi. -,-i-r ., i ' i i rrrnr-i"111 rnii r11 i" "f-r rrr "nT-r -t ' i-ttt'w rwvmnar ti r fr.i rr m Awarded Highest Honors World's Pair, Oold Medal, Midwinter Pair. Dlt CREAM BAKING POWDIR A Pan drape Cream of Tartar Pewder. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. F. W. Volz, tho staunch business merchant at Canyon Diablo, spent Monday ulght in tho city. Tho Independent Order of Foresters of this city wilt give a moskquerado ball on New Years eve. J. M. Simpson is opening out a real estato aud commission broakcrage offico in the Babbitt building. John Hunco came in from tho Grand Canyon Monday, where be had been looking after mining interests. "Anton Cliuo is having pi auk walks laid, and a now front fence built to his premises on Aspon Avenuo. From tlio demand for houses hero a' person would infer that our winter climato is more than nn average. William Fredlein, tho tinner, has been doing work in his Hue at Wil liams for tho Sagiuaw Lumber com pauy. Mrs. C. A. Greenlaw aud children, accompanied by Mn. J. A. Marshall, left yesterday for Long Beach, Cal., to speud the winter. Ben Coffiu left Friday1 morning for Albuquerque, where he has accepted a position with the Santa Fo Pacific railroad company. Others liavo a fow Stetson hats iu stock, lint tho only full lino of Full styles ns yet received hero can be seen at the Cash Store. Mr. Rued, late of Springfield, Mo., has ncceptcd a position n the gents' furnishing establishment of town feet Week stntt rirwioccunvtDsr ike Jaweb Lamport" propetiy, is ike. norths -" crifci;? n,: taram nia aaua rn "- w v . jj. -. " Tho Babbitf Brothers hao purchased tho slock of goods belonging to the Atizoua Lumber & Timber company, aud will conduct a commissary in tho company's building. Tho Flagstaff Commercial company liavo taken out tho rooms in the upper part of their building aud convened the same into a largo hall. It will be occupied by the order of Redmeu Iter. S. S. Thompson, superintend ent ot Missions for Arizona attended tlio quarterly conference of the M. E. church here nionday ulght. Ho left for Southern Atlzona ou Tuesday. His homo is in Tucson. This little fall of snow reminds us that the Cosh Store is tho best place to fix ourselves for the approaching cold weather. Woolen goods of all kinds at prices for quality that are not equaled elsewhere. The Thanksgiving services at Bab bitt's opera house was ono long to be remembered. The thrco churches united iu tho exercises and made it a most enjoyable occasion. The song service was good and tho address by Rev. Father Dilly was a literay treat. It was replete with tine thought and was a most appropriate addrcs. Dr. D. J. Brnnnon was kept bus) Saturday in tlio forenoon ntleudiug persons who wero the victims of acci dents. He was called to Milton to attend it brnkumnn who got his hnnd crushed, and us soon as ho icturued to his uffico lie was sum mulled to Walnut, to ultoud to the injuries of a work man' who fell off of the bridge at that statiou breaking a leg and hurting his back. A Now Law Firm. It Is conceded that tho Flagstaff liar is ono of tlio ablest in this judicial distilct, and wliou a new lawyer locates hero he is anxious to form a partnership with a resident prac titioner. A now lawyer nrrived Thursday and formed n paitnership immediate) upon his nrilval. Wo are not stvje whether the sljlu of tho firm i G. W. Glnwner & Son, or tho reverse, any way the orders of the junior member are obeyed. Mrs. Glnwner will c.tre for the youngster until his father re covers. - jj$(fev Near Honier, Mich , it man started a duck farm la-t spring with two ducks. Tho eggs laid, numbered 190, and he .raised to tho marketable ago 116 ducks. FIfAGSTAFFS 0SA0K SHOTS. Ttiey Upend Two Days Terrorliiag .? Some Country Turkey George Coffin aud Harry Hoxworlh proem od forty-six head of healthy turkeys from Frank Livormoro for a tnrkov shoot, which occurred last Wednesday nnd Thursday. -Tlio tur keys had been raised and educated in the country and of courso wero igno rant of tho wicked ways ot tho town. Thoy were taken out to tlio ball ground and bound aud gagged nnd placed from sixty to two hundred yards away from tho shootist, and compelled to stnud there and listen to the' roar of cunnon and toy guns until thoy becamo dispoudont nud seven of them committed suicide the first day. The principals in the duel tho first day wero Mayor J. W. Francis, Wm. Powell and W. G. Dickinson, and tho blood of the seven unfortunates may be laid to them as they wasted moro shelLand shot than any others ou the ground. A majority of tlio turkeys injuied tho first day would liavo re covered if they had Itecu scut to a well regulated hospital. Reinforcements the secoud day made it livelier for tho shootists and deadlier for the turkeys. Tho sun shown bright aud tho wiud stood still and tho turkoys winked one cyo while Stauley Sykes, C. S. Denton and Jimmio Smith at the distauce of sixty yards and ono sixteenth of an inch with pistol in hand, each fired and three turkoys wero numbered among the deceased. J. D. Raudebaugh with malico afore thought with a certain gun loaded with gun powder and leaden bullets, did then and there, liro three shots with intent to kill, and did kill, two turkoys against the Interest and hap piness of the owuers of said tuikoys. J. W. Francis who had been in the engagement for two days becamo en raged, and fired live shots with such deadly aim that thrco turkeys breathed their last. Mr. Fraucis by this timo recovered his nerves and did some close snooting, killing nud wounding nioio than a score of tho most promi nent nnd enterprising turkejs iu the llock. Harry Hlbben a well known marks man ontored.tho .aiqna ou,tho last-day uenvy -woigui, nrmeu.witu.asflyi igufljMtt b6,;provrtto.blannje8s on this! eeeattoa op f Accpwat ot ' luvjug 1 f "- T- duck a few weeks ago which ho failed to do, and luck has been against him ever since. A uew man appeared upon tho scene kuown iu shooting circles as W. II. Carroll, aud after filing a few shots ho discovered that it was a put up game, or a brace game, put up,bj Messis. UoUl u it lloxworlh (or at least they wero putting up tho tin keys,) and he withdrew from the con test all covered with glory. Ono of tho most constant and ng gresslvo shooter, was Hugh Campbell, who couvluccd his backers that ho was all wool and a yard wide when ho carried off au infantile chicken built ou the dwarfish plau. Au investiga tion piovcd that tho chickeu didn't come to its death from personal in juries received on that occasion, but thai it died of fright occasioned by tho twelvo hours coustant cannon ad lug of Mr. Campbell, TO THE PUBLIC Just Received A now stock of jewelnr, tuch as solid gold, fancy stoneuugs; lino cuff buttons in gold and plalo; ear-drops, breast-pins, children sets, scarf pins, watches and clocks. Until. Jauuary tho 1st I will givo 33J per cent discouul from the cata logue. Come now and order your holi day presents. J. P. Arnolds, Watchmaker aud Jeweler. W. U. Telegraph office. Sunduy, Dec. 6, at tho Prcsbyteiian church, the morninir sermon will have for Its subject thu "Penalty of Littlo Faith," and tho evening sermon will take for its theme "Service Without Price." The lecture ou Artie Explor ations Unit was announced for Friday, !)... 8. i tiustnnned two WCoks. The next lecture of tho couiso will bo Ben Hur, and will be given Friday, Dec. 10. Seventy beautifully colored views will be shown, illustrating tho difler eut names iu Bon Hur. An epitome of the story specially prepared for tho evening will bo read, with musical accompanlent, organ nnd violin. Ad mission to tho entertainment will bo 25 cunts. . ' Mrs. J. W, Spailing will leaVO In a day or two fur CrooUon station on the Sauta Fo Pacific lino whero she has ac cepted a posiliouasopeiator. The taxpayers of Arizona suffer mora than her convicts. 1 -? FLAGSTAFF COMMERCIAL CO. "T' !' General Merchandise. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS DRY GOODS, HATS AND CApV; " BOOTS AND SHOES, f GENTS' FURNISHINGS, - : I ... HARDWARE, HAY AND GRAIN, i. .N- Fresh Hams, Lard and TAKE MEASURES Price, quality and fit guaranteed. If they don't fit or please you, do not take them. Agents for The Continental Tailoring Co., of Chicago; The Watt Tailoring Co., of Chicago; M. Born & Co., Chicago. w,u,Jvw . ,i- ' Agents for Little Sheep Dip. - , NAVAJO AND MOQUI INDIAN BLANKETS AND BASKETS. 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