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tainments and mention of marriages, births
and deaths beyond the regular announce
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THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1897.
Kansas City Dressed Beet at Garrett
Our merchants say that their busi
ness Is increasing.
Go to Collin's for blcyclo fixttiros,
repairs, etc. Wheels to rent.
Good cheap shoes at M. J. Bagnall's.
Try tho $2.50 and $3.00 shoes.
L. C. Klggin, a business man of
Gallup, was in tho city yesterday.
Ask your groccryman for the Mari
copa Creamery butter and cheese.
Foil Sale Cheap, a good Burdeltn
orgauj terms easy. Apply to J. C.
Orders taken lor golf and bicyclo
suits, made to order, at J. W. Weath
erford's. Collin Bros., moved into their now
quarters Monday and aro down to
Just received at Wcathorfonl's, a
full .lino of bulls, shoes and hose for
William Munds of Jerome, came in
yesterday to look after business before
the Probate court.
Walter Durham, wife and litllo sou,
Mastei Clarence, visited hero three or
four dajs this week.
Donald Oliisholm vtill make dual
pronf op his homestead before Probate
Judge Lajton on Saturday.
lio sine and sou tho uoudeiful Mag
uiscopn in connection witli the Farce
Comedy Company to-night.
The city council meets next Monday,
when matters pertaimug to the citj's
interests will bo considered.
Dr. E. S. Miller reports the birth of
a fine liaby boy on Friday to the wife
of R. M. Johnson of our city.
Babbitt Bros, havo just received a
car of choice Eastern apples, which
they are selling at $5 per barrel.
The second story of W. II. Carroll's
restaurant building, and also of tho
city jail nro Hearing completion.
Colli n Bros, havo in all the fresh
fruits and vegetables of tho scasou; also
a line assortment of cream candies.
W. (. Henry, Al Sparks and Edward
Golighily came in from Glooe Sunday
and intend spending tho summer here.
Fob Sale Farm of ICO acres, with
improvemeulR, nine milos south of
Flagstaff. Iuquiroof Jons Sandeiisox.
Charles Greenlaw of tho lumber linn
of Greenlaw Brothers, returned Tues
day from n business trip to Kansas
Judge Layton was busy yesterday
hearing proof on a claim of Charles
Willaid against tho James Mil lid's
This office has turned out consider
able job woik this week. AH kinds
of mtlstio piloting dono on shoit
Gcoige Glddens, an old pioneer of
Arizona arrived in town Friday from
Bisbeu and tho southern part of tho
Seveial thousand head of sheep have
been shorn at tho Cliff Spur eight miles
east of town aud the clips havo all
Attorneys John W. Ross and Henry
F. Ashurst, and Justico of tho Peaco
John M. Hunter of Williams, wore
The Sauta Fo company have a num
ber of men at Scllgman putting in a
water storago system. It is reported
that tho company will build throe
reservoirs in tho vicinity of Sellguian.
Harry Porter, the gonial operator of
thu Postal Telegraph company at
Winslow, was holding down our side
Both dailies of Albuquerque spo ak
in highest praiso of tho Buekiuau
Farco Comedy Company. Go laugh
and bo happy.
Miss Amelia Paddock, sister of Mrs.
John Henncssy. came in from St.
Johns Tuesday, and will visit her
sister for several weeks
Don't forgot that Garrett & Henncssy
are running the Flagstaff Meat Market,
lioxworth's old stand, where all will
get courteous treatment.
Lost From tho train Monday morn
ing, about three miles west of town, U.
S. Navy discharge papers. Finder
please leave at this office.
Our genial friend and former Flag
staff citueu, P. It. Weathorford was
down from Challemler Tuesday, and
gave our sanctum a short visit.
Tho cool refreshing May showo rs
which has been heaped upon us
only strengthens tho crop ptospocts,
and enlivens tho stock iutciests.
J. J. Donahue has been repainting
tho interior of his business houso this
week. Ho has also placed a neat
sk) light in the conter of tho roof.
Foil Rent Furnished rooms, new
and clean; day 'JO cents, week $1.60.
Board aud room $G per week.
No town has a hotter name abroad
than Flagstaff, and when she gets her
water works system constructed her
attiaetions will still be enhanced.
Attorney Geo. W. Glowner lias
moved his ollico into the Babbitt
building in tho rooms formerly occu
pied by District Attorney E. S. Clark.
Eleven car loads of mutton sheep
passed through hero Satuiday. The)
were shipped from Santa Ana, Cal.,
and tveru destined for the Kaus as City
mat kc t.
Messrs. Friedman and Cohen have
opened up their cigar manufactory on
Beaver ttrcet, aud our cigar dealer
need nut any longer patronize foreign
David Russell, one of the best farrii-
ois nf Coconino peeped iti on u? M-
daj. He says the stock mid farming
tnteiesl of his section was never more
James A. Pitts of Williams was
hero Sunday visiting Mrs. Pitts who
came down last week. He was wear
ing the counteuauce of good health
Tho board of trustees of the public
school of Williams havo employed
Prof. Geo. U. Young, Miss Alice
Rhodes and Miss Howard, to teach for
the ensuing year.
Large shipments of wool are being
made from Hoi brook Most of it goes
to an Albuqucrquo commission house,
and tho prlco paid varies according to
quality from 8jc to llc.
Holbrook, tho county seat of Nav
ajo county, is without n barber shop.
When it is necessary to get a haircut,
a trip is made to Winslow, the whole
thing costing something like (4.
Ray Dcnnisou and Charles Miller,
two young men of Needles, passed
through Friday on No. 2 on their way
to Central America, wlieie they will
have good positions on a coffee farm.
Sunday May 9th at the Presbyterian
church, the morning discourse will
havo for its subject tho "Nobleman,"
and tho evening tho "Transformation."
H. P. Coiiser, Paster.
The management of the B icVtuan
Fnrcc Comedy Company, has Kindly
arranged with Manager Sparling, to
admit ail ladies free who aro accompa
nied by an escort with paid ticket.
Tho best butter in town is the Mari
copa Creamery butter; full cream and
no coloring. Sold by Babbitt Bros.
'! that jour butter has the stamp of
Maricopa Creamery Co., Phoenix
It takes cultivation to make a
Hotter go a mile in 2:10. It takes
patienco to climb back up a stairway
that you havo fallen down; so Flagstaff
cannot reaeh great prosperity at a
Flagstaff Meat Market is tho only
placo In town to buy fresh meats.
Everything kept in the butcher's lino,
such as beef, mutton, pork, sausage,
wild games, fish, etc. Garrett & Hen
THE EAGLE WILL
The Skylight Oity will Calibrate
the Fourth of July.
The City will put fourth Hor Lest
Efforts to Mil Ito n Success of the
Kntertnlnmxnt .Nothing will
bo I.uckliiK in Hi" rrngrnm
and Kvoryboily will have
a (Jooil Time.
In accordance with the time honored
custom of celebrating our Nation's
birthday of independence, the citizens
of Flagstaff will do honor to tho event.
Her citizens are patilotic and their
energies will now be directed in pie
paring for tho appropriate celebrating
of our 121st anniversary of freedom.
Appropriate conimllti-S will be rclcct
ed and all necessary pielimiuaries will
bo made. They tiini to make the com
ing celebration the most elaborate and
extensive ever held in Northern Arizo
na. People from all points along tho
line of 'he A. & P. railroad, I'reseott,
Phoenix and other-towns aie expected.
Appropriate music will be provided.
Good speakers will orate, and an in
teresting program will be arranged.
Everybody is invltedTand no pains will
bo spared to make it an occasion of
pleasure. 'J'ho program will be pub
lished in duo time.
At n meeting of citizens held at the
New Bank Hotel Tuesday evening,
piesided over'by J. W. Weatherfoid,
it was decided lo leave the entire mat
ter in the hands of an executive com
mit tee, to be appointed by the rhair.
Mr. Weatherfoid Mini til ll.u following
gentlemen as membeis uf said i-om-mittet
Dr. D J. llranneu. M J
Riortlan. T. J. Row, E. $. Clatk. Geo.
Ou motion, it wits voted that Mr.
Veathrfnrd should be made a member
of the enmmittee.
This morning the coramitteo met at
Dr. Branuen'8 office aud . perfected ar
rangements for thu celebration, tho
details of which will be published next
week. Everyono is enthusiastic; over
the prospect of a magnificent eclebra
tion, and nothing will be overlooked
to make the occasion the most brilliant
success of anything ever jet attempted
iu Northern Arizona.
Tho executive committee elected
George Babbitt chnhman, 1 I. Ross,
secretary and M. J. Rlordan, treasurer.
Thoy appointed a tinaoco committee
composod of F. W. Sisson, James A.
Vail, Geoigo lloxworlli. Dan Francis
aud Oscar LeBarrou.
It is intended by thoso having the
matter in charge to give a $2,000 en
tertainment, aud it is hoped each aud
everyone will contribute all they can,
as on the aid given the Finance com
mittee depends tho success of tho cele
bration. The executive committee
meets ou Friday, May 14, at 8 o'clock
p. m., at tho New BailE Hotel, at which
time thu finauco committee is expected
to report. This last mentioned com
mittee will call on tho citizens tho in
coming week for their contribution.
Dr. R. M., Francis of Williams,
formerly of our city, informs us that
ho contemplates moving to Colorado
In a few days. The doctor has a host
of friends in Coconino county who will
regret his departure.
Dr. P. G, Cornisb. in writing his
wife made the following assertion in
speaking of the Buckmaa Farco Com
edy Company: 'Bo suro and go as it
will bo tho best treat Flagstaff will
havo duriug tho season.
Lyman II. Tolfree, tho genial pro
prietor of Tho New Bauk Hotel, and
who has been in California for several
weeks, returned Monday fully per
suaded that Flagstaff is to enter upon
au era of great prosperity.
Mrs. P. G. Cornish accompanied
by her little son, left Tuesday morning
for Albuquorquo wliero she will join
her husband, Dr. Cornish, who is
head surgeon and physician of tho A.
& P. railroad company's hospital.
Loui Ghuey, the Holbrook restau
rant Keeper, sign painter and puotog
rapher, is an Americanized celestial.
His photograph work is second to none
wo have seen outside of the large
cities. He does quite a big business
in this specialty.
James Lamport left Tuesday for
vainui station witn provisions enough j
to havo Hlimilied tho Greek and Turk I
foiees. He goes to assist a corps of
men in surveying out a location for a
dam above Walnut station for tho A.
& P. railroad company.
Get jour ticket to see tho Buckman's
show jou will see twolirst-class shows
in one. The Buckman's Farco Coraedj'
Company and the Edison Magniscopa
and Vaudlvillo Company consolidated,
and you seo them both for ono admis
sion. Thursday night, ladies free
T. J. Murphy, who has been in tho
employ of the Copper Queen Mining
Company at Bisbee, Arizona, arrived
hero Saturday. Ho will very likely
make Flagstaff his home, and is at
present engaged with tho Babbitt
Brothers in their book-keeping de
partment. Miss Fannie Martin of Peoria, III.,
came in Tuesday, and is the guest of
Mr. F. W. Sisson. Sho has been
spending the winter in Phoenix, and
is i doming to her Illinois home. She
was a school mate of Mrs. Sisson and
tho meeting of the two ladies was a
Aldace F. Walker, chairmen of the
board of directors of the Stnta Fo who
purchased the A. & P. railroad Mon
daj will appear before Judge Hawk
ins iu Prescott to-day to havo tho sale
con lirmed, and then proceed to Los
Angeles. Cal., to have tho same con
tinued by the courts of that slate.
Judge N. G. Laytou was wrestling
with a legal problem Saturday. Judge
Hunter and A. F. Poison had both
filed petitions with the Judgo for
letteis of administration on the estate
of A. C. Uoilc. The Judge gave till
next Saturday for the parties to amend
their petitions, when the matter will
Levi B Culver and wife of Salem,
Iowa stopped over in the -itv this
week. They have been spending the
winter in San Diego, Cal., and are
returning to their Iowa home Mr.
Culver is a cousin to Mrs. Walter
Bcason of Flagstaff. They in company
with Mr. Beason's family took in the
ruins of thu Cliff Dwellings.
The entertainment to be given by
the Flagstaff Catholic Union was
postponed from last night till next
Wednesday night. It will be at
Babbitt's hall, and an entertaining
program has been arranged for the
occasion, lion. 11. r. Ashurst ot
Williams will deliver a lecture on a
vcrj important theme, and the entire
program will bo of interest. Every
body is invited to attend. Admission
Charles Can all lino repairer for tho
Western Union Telegraph Company,
has been in Albuqueiquo this week
completing arrangements with Super
intendent Andy Smith, for the con
struction of a telegraph line from Al
buquerque, New Mexico, to Mohave,
Cal. Mr. Cauall is a thorough
electrician. The lino we understand
will be used exclusiyely for railroad
Our partner O. F. Jackson, left
Tuesday for tho Needles, Cal., to
spend a few days. He lias a verj'
severe attack of rheumatism, and it is
for tho purposo of gaining relief that
he goes to that ideal climate. His
absenco thrusts upon us the arduous
task of getting out tho paper this week,
and any failures wo may make,
our readers will please draw tho cur
tain of charity iu our behalf and
"smilo" on us gentlj.
The foreclosure sale of tho A. & P.
railroad took placo at Gallup, N. M.,
Monday the 3d inst. It is understood
that tho Santa Fe company purchased
the road and that on tho same day the
Arizona Lumber & Timber Company
received a very largo contract for tics,
and in consequence, their mill will be
kept busy for a long timo to come; all
of which is very good news for this
town and tho surrounding country, as
it means the employment of a good
many men and tho circulation of a
good deal of rnonoy.
A. E McCoraber made Albuquerque a,"
business visit this week.
Dr. J. A. Miller paid Holbrook a
professional visit this week.
John T. Jones, foreman of the Aztec
Cattle company is in the city.
Brick laying commenced on tho
Sykes Brother's building to-day.
J. C. Grim has been taking tho
schoul census of this school 'district
Commodore Owens, ex-Sheriff of
Navajo county was west bound j'ester
day on No. 1.
All kinds of blacksmlthing material
and woodwork kept constantly oa
baud at Pouthle's.
Attorney W. W. Dunbar of Wil
liams, was on No. 2 this morning
bound for Albuquerque.
I have a lot of good seed potatoes
for sale at market prices; terms cash.
James O'Biiien', Bellemout, Ariz.
Am rebuilding my foundry and can
do auy kind of casting up to fifteen
hundred pounds. J. B. Poutiiie.
The city aud school census marshals
of Sacramento estimate that city's pop
ulation as 30,000, which is considered
below tho trno figures.
It is alwaj-s safest aud more gener
ous to say what is good rather than
evil of anything. Retaliation for un
earned injury is often an unexpectedly
Monday night a car load of birds
and animals belonging to Lucky Bald
win passed through here. They were
en route for Denver, aud were shipped
from Ids California ranch.
C. Kelsej-, accompanied by his sou
Charlie, were east-bouud passengers
on No. 2 this morning. Thoy havo
been spending the past three months
in Phoenix and Los Angeles.
Preaching at the Methodist church
next Sabbath, morning aud evening.
Subject, morning "I Am Helped."
Evening, "Pruveutiou better than
Cure." C. P. Wilsou. pastor.
Farming aud stockraising and lum
bering are the pillars of Flagstaff's
immediate future, but mluing alono
will bo the agent In rendering that
futuic dominating and brilliant.
Miss Grace D ut ton will eomtuenco
a privato primary school ono week
from next Monday in the Emerson
school house. Patents having children
to send will please make arrangements
William Hochdcrffer is acting as
pity marshal during tho abseucc of
tho marshal. The city Marshal has
laid aside the cares and duties of this
office for a short time, and is basking
in the happiness of country life.
Miss Minuie McGrattan, who has
been visiting her sister Mrs. J. W.
Weatherford for the past fifteen months
left Tuesday for her home in Weather
ford, Texas. Miss McGrattan was a
favorite in Flagstaff society, and leaves
many friends who regrets her leaving.
A. B. Crawford and wife will leavo
iu a few days for the east where they
will make their future home. Mr.
Crawford and wifo have made many
friends during their stay in Flagstaff,
and wc regret to give them up, and
cau only wish them success wherever
Deputy Sheriff F. Fairchild on Mon
day uight arrested three men in Con
ductor Latin's car. They had evi
dently broken tho seal of the car some
where along thu line, and stole into
the same. The proof not being suffi
cient to hold tho parties, tbey wcro
released from the clutches of tho law
aud allowed thoir freedom.
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