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IMUIKKSSlONAU.
4f "' tSmR- J- BBANNKN. PHYSIC:
: JJ Surgeon. Klagsurf. Arizona.
W, V flpond promptly to mil culls from
' Set the Atlanta A PaclBc Kallro
BRANNEN. PHYSICIAN AND
, win re
anv mini
Railroad. OIHi'i-
and drug" store opposite the depot. Tole
I SI
tore. It) residence. 3.
TW ' Ar ROBI.N.-ON. M. I).. PLAORTAFF.
t,1;'? WArlsooa. Office and residence In the
tV0?B7 hours from to 11 a. ta I X to 4 p. m.
8. MILLER. M. D., FLAGSTAFF, AUI-
jona. lltsce. one aour east oi roi
Telephone No. 34
BUNCH A JUNGS, ATTUKNSY8-.Vr-1.AW.
Will practice lo all the courts n the rourth
Jaolelal District. Lend UUjstlon HPECIAL
TV. umee t ooart house, lsmtaff. Arts.
E' B. cXaBK. 'ATTdttNKY AT LAW.
i, Office In the 'Babbitt building. Flag
taff, Arttoua. Practice before the Land
Department a specally.
nSCAR GIBSON, ATTORNST-AT-IAW-
Will nraotlea la 1 11 court of the fourth
laalel
ealeUl district, omee wltb K. a. Oesaejr In
le UMMH bU4lag
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BKCItKT HOL'IETIKS.
All?
0. V. W.-FLAOBTAKF LODGE, No. 13,
steeta erery inursaay mini, in u. a.
Tiled. J. O.
visiting noraiueu are coraiauy iu-
UK1M, at. .
Lotus aritas. Recorder.
OURT COCONINO. 1. O. K., NO. fcW.
nieeu errry Tuesday evening In O. A. R
I. Visiting brethren cordially Invited to
ttend. . UK. I). J. BKANNEN, C. R.
LioaiaSriiM. K. 8.
SPLA08TAKF LUDUE. NO. 7. V. & A. M.
Kegular meetings on the nrsi Saturday
Itht of each calendar month In Mawnlc
Hall. Kllpatrlck hulldlug. ojournliit
Brethren cordially Inrltrd.
t. II, ANDERSON. Master.
J, Guthrie Savaok. rvtrvtary.
J70UF.ST CAMP. NO. 1. WOODMEN
1 of the World, mcits the first and third
ondays In each month. In i he li. A. It Hall.
Visiting Doverelirns cordially welcome.
T.S. HUNCH. Counsel Cum.
T. E PoixiiM. Clerk.
GA. R.-KEOULAR MEETINGS OF
, Hansom Post. O. A. U.. o.4. Depart
meut of Arizona, will 1)0 hold In O. A. U. hall
a second and lal Saturday in each mouth.
E. H. JO.NfcS. Conimandct.
E. II. Crehs. lVt Aiiiutant.
i;,:
j.
O. II. F.-FLAOfTArK LODGE. NO. II
lueetaerery kriaay evening in Masonic
Visiting oretnren coruiaiif inviiea.
J. I IHiooueBTT. Secretary.
M
OUNTA1 LODOE. NO 16. K. OF V
MNtiu hall. In 0 A. It. hall. All rUIUnit
every neaneaay nienun uifii
.roW'nrlnvlu!dio atti.nd j-v
B-' vv.A. MAYFLOWIt, 0. 0.
ff(WW
U II ( OBt.K. K "I K. f
C'HUItCII IHKKCTOltV.
CATHOLIC CHORCH, REV. F. DILLY
I'aaior. On hundayii: Low Mass at 1:
uni ka.ni.; High Maw at 10 a. m. Sunday
School at 11 a. in. Evening Services at 1 Hu
f. m. On week Uay: la- at 7 a. m
n I he second Sunday of each month, prayri
juectlutt at W a. .: hutiday bchool at II
A. io. All cordJallv Invlied.
T.-IUST M. E. GllUltCII. CORNER OI
r I hurcb ami Larvux bl reels. U l".
jauii. PaoUir. 1'ivachliigat II u. m. and 7 p. m
Aundaya; Sunday M-hnol at 10 a. in.. Ovai
Ollwiti, iuperlnlii(li'iit. Clang tueetlngi ai
31:16 p. in. Ky north League 6:30 p. in.
Prayer meeting Wcdneday ovenlng at 7::jfl
Xvi-ryhnily welcoie.
TJMItvr
PrtEKIiVTEUIAN Cllllltnii
J. ISorl
urth Han FmnciMo Ktrect. II. p.
vurwr. piitir. miii.uiii Hi'rvicea: rrraclilnt
11 .i. in. and 8 1). m.: ttundiiv m;)mmjI. iu ii
m.t Y. P.M. C. E. prayer nieitlng.7:n p. m
Mid-week ronfereixe and praytr, Wcoiich
day uvenlnir at Up in. A cordial Invltutlon
la extxndiwl to all.
fflllZOjIjI CEHTHflL BiK.
FLAGSTAFF, ARIZ.
ILDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA.
Interest
"Paid' on Time
"and Savings, Deposits.
Drafts Sold Upoi?
All Forei jn Go(r
nes.
We have an Extern-
eMpondeace Uirj.ir
ive Patroaage and Cor
out Arizona, and Invite
nur Uaoklnn Ur .oout Arizona, and Invite
ervauve ir
Vl
4'lueas upuu Utieral aud
H.B.
tmilAN, Jrrerident.
r.,.-.
t. . P0LL00R, ViM-FrNidnt,
FUGSTAFFS BIG CELEBRATION
Program of Arizona's Greatest
. "Blowout"
'itt
TWO DAYS J)F5NHFHSr AND FDRIOUS.
Literary and Musical Exercises Bi
cycle TUces Hone Races llase-
ball San rranclsco Peaks
r - I
ea Fire J rand Ball.
1897
Boom! Itonm! 'I'lm oiin will ris
nnilil llie roar nf cnniion anil tlm ikiIwh
of i-very sliooiin irnn kvhIUIiIh, ai
FUpitHU Miitutay niornlnir. July 6,
tttH Oi'st ilnv of our ti I'cleliratliiii.
The progriini (or I lie iwu ilas U as
follow:
First Day-July S. 180T.
Salute at Sunrise. r, '
Assemble at iiiihI aiaml at 0:30 n.
in., wliero llio following exriciiei ivlll
i. i. ...i. ,r
M u1LmiFuMV l1llVF NJHif?rvIJ.Hiil
in iti.il. v j
IllVl'CHlioll . UhV C P iNllll
IUHillugDivlul'Htiiiilof iiili-iHinlelii'n
. .. .. Mi Miliums Khun
"Wt'ctltin . Bunil
Oiniiiin G..v. M. H. McUmd
Mnlc, 'Aniiii'ii"..K.til ami Audiui'e
1 1 O'CLOCK a m.
Bicyclo Ri lliire-qiiHrteia of n
'inllo Fiiat pilzf, $10: cecnuil piiz-.
97; iliinl u'i.e, f.5. Ojifii in nl 1 1 .
iiniler 18 eius nf Hi. KiiiraiicH fiv-.
Live 131 1 (I Slitoi, ten lire uliils
Tin ce moiipyk; put i ?30 Opnil to
all except prufcstlitiials. EnliMiiie,
$2.60.
11:30 O'CLOCK a. M.
FooIRkv. 100 jmiln lursp, $25;
"' l I"i2' HiiiiHiii-M iiiimey. 0
I" nil lenileli's nf llm 'IViiituiy. En
liaiicn, $2.
Oliiiililng GiMi..i Pohf,h fur all
'' 400 poii.i.ls .,j,lt. p,,,.
AFTERNOOX PKO0RAH,
1:30 p.m.
Blricta R,.L,., lhlM mp,Firn
,rx''120' " ' l"".g... $15; thlr.1
IM-Z-. $10. OlH-lll,, .. . ..,
lo. EiiiMiiu-i', $2,
Wlieellwirmv
fly ,ieii tiles Pu
Race,
i-Jie, $5.
2 P. M.
blindfolded,
Free.
. fe tare, mile beata, beit two
'p... .i....
in iniee, i'
fee for all First prize, $70;
seiMiid
prize, $30. Entrance, lu
par Mi'
Jt.
2:30 P. .
jihikI 'Baseball Game Wmslow
'
;. Flagatitff. Puisa, $76.
Live Bfrd Shoot (second event),
o leu to all except professionals,
lifeeii live birds Four moueyjf.
Pnae$45. EntraiiDe, $3.75.
8 P, M.
Ruuuing Rate, free fur, all, beat two
1 1 three, half mile beam Flint prize.
$70; oecoud prize, $30. Eutrauce,
t J per ctsut.
4 P. u.
Saddle Horse Race, 300-yard dash.
O eu only to known saddle horses
F i st money, $60; aecoud money, $20. j
iiiauce, lOperceut.
Broo.tho Busting, free for all
tan $80. Eutrauve, $1.
i sSHbIbbW
S. wflHBva
BitclH Rare, relit III,) Hill, open
only In men who Iihh net hi- ridileu a
whrrl before, eiiieiiii iIiIm mre; tlln-
iHiire. 100 aiiN ami lelum, aeliml
tilling Puise,$5. ' As no iihIiiIii in
leqillivil, llo euil alien fee will lie
ehiirirpil. The rollliuilteeH Hilumuiuli
i lie judges of (lit riteu lo 1 careful
hat no "llirottihK" U ntletuplnl
rnlra at the iliu: 8ioien; lurtcle re
lairii ill Sikes Bio.; eonsolalioii hi
the gland ataod.
U:30 P. M.
Grand Bill at Balitilll'a 0eii.
House Music by Ft, W'i!h orchei
ira; A. LaGiimtlla, immiiul director.
Brilliant illumination of San Fran
risen Peaka hyBnnKal Fire. Visible
from the daoctt hall.
Second Hay July 6.
9 A. M.
Gun Club ShiMil ForiliH rhsniploii
hlp of Arizona Hint the Fla'slaff Gold
Medal. 26 Inanimate laljjeln; known
trap and known ii;l8. Open to
members of oix-niiiXed un clubs of
Arizona. Eniraiire.l $1.
Note 'lh hamlMo'ue Flaslnff Gold
MihIhI is lo be allot' (fir. under the aus
plreaniid reKlllittl'iiy i f llie Flap-taff
Gun Club, at leaat ,ont'H a tear inilll
ivmi tbiee limes by lie a HUM person,
nheii it becntui'S lili'iloiei ly.
10 A; i If
Baseball GHine -BeUveen FlairstafT
ami selected nine. )$?
' JtX"
Ruuiilii"; ltace.W line-quarter
ditsli, free forlajiiWr!. inoliev,
mil
'&w?r '
$70;
"(Mini inoiiey,i$fjjigiilianco minify ,
10 per rent. mg&$
I'ea iii Shoo?, -"tit trains of fuiii or
iiiiiim fioiUii'tutis (rojii N'W Mexico
iUUHW,lK:A?'l,s!rilt "J """ Uloiley
IKW -.. '
15 lii.inliiiaif iHteU, k'"Wu imp
ami known uncles KinMiiee, $1.
Thlfi-lejjed It.ll'". UflV janls, free
fill' all Purse, $5.
Sark Ititre, lifly aida. freii for all
Pulse, $5.
3 P. M.
Riinuiii It ice, oiic-h.ilf mile daah,
fmt fur all First nioin-y, $70; neroml
nione), $30. Hiiir.ime, 10 pei
V'elll.
3:30 P M.
Biys'Puiiy Ritv. uiio milo. fret to
all bojn utl'ler 16 jeais Putae, $30.
Saddle potiiis only lo be entered.
4 P. M.
'I'lir-iet Sliooi, open to all Purse.
t'2b, itb eiilriuen m uiey added; four
j iiloniM .. 10 iiiHiiinialM lnrjjfis; known
(trips mid unkiioivii anlen. Kmritiire
fe.-, $2 50.
E slons to (Jlirfii (l.ivea, ete .
dining the day. Livell OoielVatoiy
'. will hit open In visitors.
Grand exeursioii lo tli Grand Cm
ou of I lie Coloiailo. l.'HVin vr Fiastair
on llm nioruiua of July 7 ami 8
Sjluge fine for IMUII I (lip. $8. 11 'I 'l
rule at Chiixoii. $2.50 per day. P.n
tiea ileailiu to lake I his trip IliliS
have I heir names legiaiered with G
K. Woods, iigent of llm Grand Canyon
Slage. Line, Flatf-UH, on or before
July 1, with a depn-itof $5, uhieh will
be applied ou lai fre. This ex
clusion jooil ot.ly to lliose who com
ply wiih ihesH comliiloiis, mid who
leave ou llm Slaves of July 7 or 8.
Parlies making llm nip may prolong
their stop at lite C'anou to whatever
time they desire.
ONE FABE BOUND TBLP.
Prom All Points on A. A P.
8. P., P. A P. Hallroads.
ad
The Atlauilu & Pacific and S. F
P. ft P. railroads ou July 2. 3, 4 and 6
will place on sale ex.urslou tickets to
Flagstaff, at the rate of unit fare for
the round trip. Return limited to
July 16.
The Hoi brook Argus last week issued
an illustrated edition tliatlsaliutumer.
Ujjoniains.a Jotaof iufui niaiiou. about
liavaju" county "and is adoraed with
handsome illustrations.
THE MODERN U10PIA,
America llitllwuy Union Una Given
Way to llio .-oil il Ilnuorrucy
ot Amerlcu.
Chicago, JuueVl Tim Ameiicu
U.iilwat (Jiooii ns foi'iually ho
judged by E. V. Dim and his follow
els In lin a corpse, stud the Si"Vt,,-'
U. niociae of Aiueiicit is llnr i
llm orgaiiizutlo.i uhirh UUi .irtvh
place, 'ibis was ipiirkh Milled at the
linelillg of llm A. R. U. delegates
Unlaw but when it raimt lo the ilu'la
ration of principles under whieli the
Social UeuiiM-racy Is io exist, ihei-ej
hms iruuble from l be stait. KixMiours
of wuidy Warfare teiniliiated, how
ever, iu the adoption ef the platform
on which the Social Uein-icracy is to
laud. The document stalls as fol-
lone: 4 . ,
"Lalmr. manual atfiliiielal, being
Ihnuult creator of wealth aud viriji-
zaliiiu, il rightfully follows (hat all
lliose who peiforui all lalair and
cieate all weallli should enjoy I lie re
sults of l heir iffoils. but this is ren
del id iniiMiKsibie n ihe ui.Hleru svs-
li-IXl nf "pioleellon." i
'lACOMA, Vllrh. JllllM 21. GllV.
Roeis lias taken surli illteirsl iu I he
plan of Eugene Delia and bis nssociates
lo establish it Utopian colon iu Ibe
West Ibul he Ilia,) be taken inlo pari
lielrhlp Willi llielil. 'llieir piuject,
accoidiug lo llie IhIcjI dclopiiienls,
is lo Ulait.li a bundled thousand men
lo lbi Slate or Utah, colonize euougli
laboiiug men lo eon t ml the Slate go
eminent and igialilt-.li llie wolkiug
illeli'n coi poialne coiiimoii wealth it long
lilies adtucaled ill Edwatd Bellamy's
Looking Backuaid."
Ou heal ill); of lhll' plan. Governor
Uugil vvmie In Del's. calling bis nl
Million lo llm laellilKS uiid leaources
ulTeivil b) this huitu noil iiiiitin llieir
fulli'sl ctnsiili tin ion An Wusllloglou
flit'ied tlisioii aHte i.IIIl'iIs Jam Mu-Vi-llibei
lij 12,0011 uiiij.lllj, llu-io U
pineilcalh no iloiilii (lull eti.li mi niiiij
of lluwcoiueis, if added to the pleselil
strong silvi r foifts, could keep iheit
men lu i Hire Being linked Ids opinion
it Debt's llellatuv plan today, the
Governor leplled:
"1 uiu iii Inviir nf any plan, consist
t'lil v nil our law's, which pi oniises lo
iimelli'lale the conditions Hllilouiidlli
the pooler c.'ue.s, now emiruiously
increasing lu iitiiubcis. Something
must bo doiio for llnSii people, ami tue
com fol litble clas", in opposing any and
iir.v pun of iciief piopusfil, aiv
'-iuipl silling on llm safei-v.iIiH. I
adlu Uall si I eel In ii-nd E.ikiel.
cliapler xi, elses 60 and 60, and
li-ain uliv SoiIoiii Was n en its
bipilslliol lire mid biiuisloiie."
i ,
sml(Jlni urprliil.
Chicago, June 18. Charles V..
Spaiiliii).', ex-presiileut of lilt- Globe
Aavius Bank nud eX'livssurer of the
Stale University, was lo-ilty aequilled
of ihe chin go of eltibi'Zzli'iiieul. The
vei diet was a general sin prise, its the
iiisiiuetious of the cuilil to llm jury
lell seiiicelv am L'lutucu for au ac-
quitial. The tirsi words u.tered b
Spalding afier ibu veulict had been
read iu court were: "Well, this is a
surpii-e."
A t.ubau Victory.
Havana (Via Key Wwst, Fla.).
June 19 By Ceulial -Americau
Cilile. A large furce binder Gen.
Qtiiiliu B.tuderas succeeded in des
troy iug a body of Spaniards near Sa
biua. He placed his men iu ambush,
ami then iustrueted live scouts to ap
proach a fort where I be Spanish forces
weie barricaded Thu latter sailed
from Ibe fort iu pursuit of the scouts,
wliu fell back, leading their pursutjrs
into ibe heart of the Bauderas ambush.
A hot tight ensued, first with tnui
ketry, but dually haud-to-haud. All
of Geu. Bandera's men were negroes,
armed with machetes. Ten insurgents
Weru killed, aud the eutirn pursuiug
party of the Spaniards were slain.
At Algusa, town of 8.000 inhabi
tants, 178 persons died last month
from hunger anil Uestltullou. From
Jaruco comes reports of the luceeM
ful landing of an expedition.
Aimexutloii oflluwutl,
Piesideut MiKiiiley hits sent to tbe
Senale the new Hawaiian Iresity, 'Hi
tun and subManre of it provides
.till lllllll'XHllllll of tlm 1m
Uniietl Stales. Tbj
INeilibni's m"V
treat"
e bi-'V",
queuee nf the I elation steadlttlt
iiiHiulaltied Willi that tuid-Pacilio do
main fur lhree-qurier.s of a century.
Its uccupipji:bUe.ut,despite successive
denials and postponements, has j beet
ineivlv question of time. ,W Idle ,i'
failure in 1893 may not be tlm cause
of congratulation, it is certainly a
proof of the disinterestedness of ibe
United Slates, the delay of four cars
havinjf abundantly sufficed lu establish
llie rljrlit and ability of the republic of
Hawaii tu cuter a sovereign contract
aud upon a conventional union with
llm United States, thus rvatiziiig the
purpose, held by the Hawaiian people
aud proclaimed by successive Hawaiian
roveruiueuis lb rough aume seventy
j ears of their virtual dependence upon
ibe benevolent protection of tho
United Slates. Under such ciicuui-
stauces, annexation is tint a change,.
it is acotisuuiaiiuii.1'
Ilounty n Hoppers.
Redfikld. S. D., June 19 State
ItrL'aiiou Commlssiuuer Cochran has
just relurned from Eilinuiids county.
whi-ie be lias been directing me.isures
lo destiny grnsslmppers, which liave
alarmed sellleis there aud iu Brown
county. Prof. Saunders of the State
Agricultural College is ou the ground
-uipeiiulumliug the woi k. Tha four
teen hoppei-d ist'is aic In use. Crude
pelriijeum is shipped in by Um m
wS)s !, mid umk iu tho tvuik.
One ciiu gather aliuui a bushel of
tioppeis iii twenty minutes. They
in ive acros.-i ib load like n big gr.ilu
blanket, and have already dune much.
damage.
The County Commissioners Mill
offer a bounty i f 60 cents a bushel f. r
hoppers. Pr. f. Satiudeis declares
that if the hoppers aiu pel milted to
reach llm period fur wings they will de
posit millions of Ijivhh for next gear's
crop, ihu county has set muu at
woik burning otr stubble and grasj ou
UUUSed laui'a.
A MASTODON'S SK0LL.
It Is Consld.-rra tlie .Most Perfect
Specimen In Kxlslence.
Tiiu miiaeiun of tlm Misoini State
Uuiel8iiy baS just li'ceivcd ihu most
pi-ift-cl smiII of n matadoii in llie
woi lil. This is l he belief of eminent
geologists woo have viewed llie gigan
tic relic, ami when the skull is de
scilbed this stateiueut will pel haps
not be disputed.
Il has just been presented to the
museum by R. A. Blair, a well-known
g-ologist, of Sedalia, Mo. He reserves
the privilege of leclaiming the skull,
but il is probable that it will remain
iu the university museum. With the
skull was found oilier mastodou re
mains of less value, and they are also
ou exhibition here The whole forms
llie most valuable collection of the
kiud iu the world.
The next largest and most valttahlo
collection itf mastodon remains is iu
the British museum, nud thitd iu taluo
is oho at Berlin. Both these cutloo
tioua are made up ulmost altogether
of remains found iu Missouri.
The skull now tin exhibition bete
was taken from au old poud in Pettis
county, Ho.
It was uut uutil recently that geolo
gists beard of tho curiosoty and steps
were at once taken to remove the
bones front their reatiug place. Kan
sas City Times.
Among those who went out last
Thursday night on the Flagstaff excur
sion were: Mrs. B. Meyers, J. EL
Hick, Miss Laura M. Snarpe, WW.
StrantBaoBd, Isabelle E. C elite asd
Mary A. IrrUe PUoealx OaxsiU.
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