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THURSDAY. JULY 15, 1897.
Kansas City Dressed Beet at Garrett
Architect MoGlnnls returned to
Frank Payne was in the city from
Tbe road to the Cliff Dwellings is
very popular with our citizens.
For first-class watch work go to J.
P. Arnolds1 at Bagnall's shoe store.
Harry Fulton ieft Saturday for a
visit to Los Angeles for a few days.
Judge J. N. Hunter of Williams,
was here Tuesday on official business.
Take your watch and jewolery re
pairs to J. A. Manrer at too postofflce.
Tboie are seven prisoners in the
county jail, all tlmo prisoners except
A. A. Fisher has been appointed
local agent of the Equitable Life As
William D. Roden was appointed
administrator of the estate of William
Roden, on Mouday.
Father Quetu f Pretcott was in the
city Monday and Tuesday, tho guest
of Rer. Father Dilly.
Miss Mary Crouch of Santa Fe came
in Sunday and is hem visiting her
relatives and friends.
Large consignments of Pboenlq
watermelons are being received by
Flagstaff fruit dealers.
E. S. Gosney and family left yester
day for California, to spend it few
weeks ut the sea shore.
James Fleming, tho boot and islmo
maker left for Yuma Sunday whero ho
will reside in the future.
Miss Laura N. Sharp. C. S. Denton,
T. S. . Bunch and wife visited the Cliff
Dwellings and Caves Sunday.
Am rebuilding my fouudry and can
do any kind of casting up to fifteen
hundred pounds. J. B. PotrrHic.
Fok Sau Three-room house, fur
nished. For terms apply to
J. H. Rumskt.
William Fin of the Verde valley
came in Tuesday. He reports the
crop and rango outlook in his section
J. F. Hawks Is having a stone pave
ment placed in front of his business
liouse on San Irancisco avenue, this
A sister and cousin of Henry Holt's
arrived Monday from New York, and
sure occupying tbe E. E. Elllnwoud res-
E. R. Bayless, a tonsorlal land mark
of Flagstaff, left Tuesday for Sellgman
where be will engago in tho saloon
Coffin tiros, can make some very
low prices on fruits in cfate, for pre
- aerving, etc. Berries are at tbe very
lowest just now.
Six families flout Texas are camped
it the Tunnel springs two miles west
of town, They have come here for
the purpose of locating.
Misses Flora and Callrt Mills Of
Phoenix, who have been spending a
few days here, and Miss Barbara
Memio loft tor Phoeulx Saturday.
C. H. Fancher, tbe geaeral land
'commissioner of the A. 4b P. railroad,
was here Tuesday looking after bus
iness connected with this company.
Professor Charles Cox, formerly of
this place bnt now engaged la teach
ing school at Ash Fork, came in yes
terday to visit with old -friends and
Sabject for the sermon next Sunday
Moralngat tbe Presbyterian oburch
v will be "Auction Day at Vanity Fair."
1 -'', The eveaiBg discourse will take for its
;f'V tex( "The Woman Touched tbe Hew
v ' of hie Garnet." H. P. Comer, Pastor.
C. H. Spcllnilie, book keeper for
Babbitt Bros., left Saturday for a
vUit to his family lu Los Angeles.
He will remain about tlneo weeks.
F. W. Slsson, treasurer of the Ari
zona Lumber & Timber Co., and who
has been on United States grand jury
duty at Prescott, relumed yesterday.
Transient people wishing a few
hours rest or sleep In a quiet place
during the day can find suitable ac
commodations at the Hicks1 Rooming
Dick Allen and Mrs. Lamb were
married In Albuquerque Tuesday even
ing. Mr. Allen was formerly operator
at the railroad station and Mrs. Lamb
is well-known in Flagstaff.
Tbe Epworth League will give a
moonlight social on tbe M. E. par
sonage lawn Friday evening. Ice
cream and cake will be served for
23c. All are invited to attend.
A. S. Mills, business manager of the
Phoenix Gazette, has been circulating
among our ultlzens the past few days,
and incidentally enjoying the comforts
of a sojouru in this cool mountain re
All jo Leyba, a Mexican, was ar
rested last week, charged with wifo
beating. The woman was terribly
beaten, and at the trial before Justice
Wilcox Monday Leyba was given sixty
days in jail.
Gen. W. O. O'Neill and Gwynne
Dennis, secretary of Lombard-Goodn
Investment Company of Chicago, came
in from the Grand Canyon copper dis
trict last Friday and tpent a couple of
days in the city.
J. W. Thurbur, who has a contract
with the railroad at Seliginan, shipped
a car loan of horses Tuesday, lu
charge of E. R. Bayless, to assist in
carrying on the work at tho dam at
the above named town.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter N. Parkbu'rst
of Albuquerque are spending a month's
vacation in the Skylight City, visiting
the many poiuts of interests here
abouts Mr. Parkhurst is general
manage "f tlie Equitable Life Assur
The Howard Sheep company shipped
33G4 head of wuthera and William
Mclntyre of Bellemont 623 head Frl
day, tho consignment going to Syca
more, III. Tbe sheep were sold out
right and netted the owuers an aver
age of 93 per bead.
Tbe firm of Babbitt Bros, shipped
seventy-five car loads of rattle last
month, aud large numbers were
shipped by other persons from here
and from Williams. This gives some
dea of the shipments made from this
county this season.
Preaching services at tbe Methodist
church Sunday, July 18, 11 a. m. and
8 p. m: Subject of morning discourse,
'Substitute Life;" evening, "Perma
nence of Character." Strangers es
pecially welcome. All are invited to
these services. C. P. Wilson. Pastor.
Oscar Gibson informs us that while
at work a few days ago in tbe timber
about two miles east of town, he saw
a young deer, about a half-mile away
and within a mile and a half of town.
Tins shows that tbe deer in this vicin
ity are not extinguished by any means.
"Sandy" McDonald, a well-known
miner of Manvel, Cat., came to Flag
staff a few days ago to obtain tho
medical services of Dr. D. J. Brannen
for a serious case of screw-worms in
tbe bead. He had tried to get relief
at Blake and Needles, but failed. Dr.
Brannen removed 120 worms from bis
bead at)4 M(V McDonald is recovering
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Dr. Elizabeth Snd-r of Philadel
phia lias an Wed in C.uiYoti Diablo on
her way to the M qui villages to jilln
the Government Ethnological ptrly In
charge of Dr, Fewks, Dr. S-iyder Is
professor of dlsHasns of the ye in the
Woman's Medical College and hospital
H. S. Van Slycke, general agent of
the Sauta Fe Pacific, was in the city
Monday. Mr. Van Slyek, whosn
headquarters are In Albuquerque, will
roturu with bis family in a short time
and spend a fe.w weeks enjoying our
splendid climate. He says Albuquer
que is awful hot.
The photograph gallery located next
to the New Bank Hotel is ready to
take pictures and will turn out first
class woi k only. Pi Ices to suit the
times. Will reraiin in Flagstaff for
two weeks. Call and examine sam
ples and prices.
J. Paseyitch. Photographer.
F. A. Pal tee, business manager of
tbe Land of Somhinn Publishing com
pany, arriud hero Saturday and
visittd the Gimid Canyon of tho Col -rado.
Mr. Patlee is looking after tho
business end of a n-c!al supplement
edition of the Land of Sunshine, whlrh
will be devoted exclusively to Flag
An error occmred in tho notice of
the death of William McDonald last
week. He did not take the Pas'eur
ttealment fur the skuuk-hlte, as he
was advised to do ut his physicians
here. He left for Chicago to enter
the Pasteur institute, but stopped off
at Kansas City, thinking it unneces
sary to take this treitment.
Tim production of "In Mizzoura" bv
the Flagstaff Dramatic Circle under
the auspices of the Catholic Ladies
Benetolont Association, will take
place Thursday evening August 5th,
at Babbitt's Opera House. Tbe play
is undergoing thorough rehearsal; and
if conscientious effoit is a 'criterion
of success, those who witness the per
formance will not be disappointed.
One of the finest drives to be found
anywhere Is the road leading to the
Cliff Dwellings, After crossing the
Santa Ye Pacific tracks, it leads)
tluoiigh a beautiful valley, bordered
on either side by tall pine trees; tho
valley Itsolf Is about a mile wide, nar
rowing in some poitions to a half-mile,
and is covered with green grass and
'wild flowers. A drive through this
pretty valley Is a treat that no visitor
A complaint was issued by District
Attorney E. S. Clark Monday against
one O'Toolo, charged with vandalism.
O'Toole has been camping out at Wal
nut Canyon for the past week or two
and last Sunday was caught in the act
of demolishing some of the ancient
cave dwellings there. From general
appearances this kiud of work bad
been carried on ou an extensive scale,
and It was deemed advisable te put a
stop to it If possible. Under Sheriff
Falrchlld served tbe warrant of arrest
and O'Toole had bia examination be
foie Justice Wilcox Tuesday. The''
prisoner bad In bis posession a big and
valuable collection of Indian relics
found in the caves. This collection
was confiscated by the court and will
be turned over to the government. Af
ter a severe reprimand and a prospect
of dite punishment if caught in the act
again, O'Toole was discharged from
A good story ou Captain John Hance
Is told by a recent arrival from tbe
Grand Canyon. The captain bad
been tasking a practice of telling tbe
"tenderfoot" Who have been flocking
there of tbe wonderful salmon that
were to be caught in the Colorado
river. To show a sample of tbe flsb
was tbe next on tbeVprogram and
many a tenderfoot had tbe captain Ted
down th'e trail to his fish lines, which
were strung out into tbortvor. And
he would haul a salmon in, too, from
one of tha lines, much to the astonish
ment of the easterners. Last Sunday
he took a party down to his fish lines
and proposed to show the wonders of
tbe Colorado as a salmon fishing
stream. Ho picked up one of the
lines and gently pulled it toward him.
Tbe line was slack and the supposed
tenderfoot of the party, who bad done
quite a little salmon fishing himself on
the Columbia river, informed John
that unless he kept tbe Use taut the
fish would let loose. The line'camo lu
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all the faster then and soon a big
three-foot salmon was thrown upon
ihe bank. But the steuch that arose
from that llsh was too great, and the
party broke and ran, leering Captain
Hance to bury it as best be could. By
a miscalculation of the enduring qual
ities of tbe dead salmon, tbe astute
ciptaln had yanked it out once lo
often, Captalu Hance's great fish
story lies buried with the Oregon
At a danco hall in Mexican town
on the night of July 3, J. A. Prada
s'lot Inez Muntoja in the head, the
bullet entering at tho light ear and
going tin ongh, camo out at the back
of his head, lodging in n door jam.
Tbe wound was not fatal and Moo toy a
is around town wilh a bandage around
his head. Prada was promptly ar
rested and had his preliminary , exam
ination before Justice Wilcox Monday.
He ww bound over to the grand jury.
Dr. H. A. Hughes, governor of the
insane asylum at Phoenix, and W. A.
McGInnis, tbe architect appointed by
tbe Board of Control to draw up the
plans, etc.. for tbe remodeling of tbe
Reform school building here into a
branch insane asylum,' came in Mon
day to look over the work to be done.
There is some little friction in the
Board of Control over tbe appointment
of Mr. McGinnis, Governor Franklin
aud Mr. Wolfley. the citizen member,
favoring it, while 0. P. Leitch is op
posed to the appointment. Mr. Leitch
say that a new Gorernor will be ap
pointed within tbe next ten days, wno
will Immediately appoint a new set of
Territorial officials, including the other
Lwd members of the Board the citi
zen member and tbe Territorial Aud
itorj This new board, as a matter of
course, will discharge Mr. McGinnis,
who by that time will have run up a
considerable bill agaiust the Territory,
and appoint another man to take bis
place, who will, as experience has
shown, make as many alterations from
Architect McGinnis' plans as possible
and in fact do the work all over agalu
in accordance with bis idea. Thus
tbe expenses for tbe architect's plans
and specifications will cost about twice
as much as they Would should tbe
Board leave this matter to the incom
ing administration.' On the J other
hand, Messrs. Franklin and Wolfley
state the work should be started at
once, even though it be the last day
of their official existence. However,
we are all anxious to have tho Reform
school finished and turned over to the
uses for which the Nineteenth Assem
bly designated It.
Mr. C. L. HasbrouckJ- a druggist at
Mendon, Mich.,' says all of tbe good
testimonials that have been published
by the manufacturers of Cnaraberlala's
colic. Cholera and diarrhoea reawdy
could be duplicated in tuat town,
ale by D. J. Brannen's drug store,
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