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XOTtUE TO TItS PUBLIC.
All contract and bill for advertising pay-
Advertising rata ftvsaasea application.
Business locals 10 cent par Una (or Irst la
anion, and leant par Una tar each subsa
Thi 8ck-Dsociut la pleased to cob tribute
la Dubllc mature, bnt all notice of festival.
fairs. aMetlnjce of aoctetlea, sappers, eater-
UlnmeoU and mention oimamagea, oirtna
and deatba beyond the regnlar announce
seat, will be chanted for at regular rate.
THUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1897.
Andy Kline has erected a porch in
front of bis liquor store.
United States District Attorney Ellin
wood left Sunday for Los Angeles.
For first-class wateh work go to J.
P. Arnolds' at Bagnall's shoe store.
Tate your wateh and jrwelery re
pairs to J. A. Maurerat tbo poatofflee.
E. S. Goaney Is having his new resi
stance In the west part of town painted.
A new lot of jewelry just received
at J. A. Maurer's. Post-office jewelry
Gffod cheap shoes at M. J. Bagnall's.
Try' the 2.50 and $3.00 shoes. Re
pairing. W. H. Pearce left to-day for Ins oln
home, Flint, Mich., for a visit of sev
For freshest cuts in lieaf, mutton,
veal aud pork, go to Mobleupnh &
J F. Horner of Prescott was in
the city several day last week, guest
of Father Diliy.
County Treasurer D. M. Fraud
left Snlurday for a few weeks' visit in
C. S. Denton has accepted a position
as salesiimii in lh Flagstaff Commer
cial Company a store.
i Coimnodore Owens of Hul brook
passed through on No. 2 Tuesday en
roulo from California.
Kev Father T M Connolly of Wins
low Ims lieeu wijfurnini in tlH Sky
light city thti pttit week.
Attorney T. W. Johnson of Pie
cott was heio Monday mid Tuwilu
attotidlii; to coin t hudne.ss.
WHDhiu Can oil U putting on thti
finishing touches to hU hotel building
by baring the same painted.
Attorney T. G. Morris came in Tuns
day from Prescott to attend District
ourt. Ho returned vesterday.
Mrs. B. C. Olney and Miss Lulu
Davis returned Sunday from a trip to
the Grand Canyon of the Colorado.
W. S. Hancock. master mechanio of
k the'Needies shops, passed through on
. Wo. i, Friday ?qrote home from Albu
querque. Lynkin H. Tolree, proprietor of the
Hew Bank Hotel, left this morning for
Saugus, Cat., to look after bis hotel
Mild Maud Scarborough, who has
Vmm visiting raUtives'aud friends here
,. for the pt week, left for her Prescott
home yetterd ty.
G. W. Pursell, representing the
Los Angeles Times, arrived Saturday
and is Investigating the Grand Can on
D. W. Thomas, the veteran photo
graph Ui supply man, is' back frfiui a
trip overland to Texas and through
Southern Arizona. , l
Chan. McLean and Stanley Sykes
left Tuesday for Oak Creek on a huut
iag and ribbing trip. They wiJl .be
gono several weeks.
Mrs. Herman Berger of Gallop vis-ited-wlili
tKdf family fof I ."heV 'bfoilfer
Joles Anhineau this week, returning
to Gallup Thursday. , '
Mohlenpab A Mudersbacb have the '
leanest, uiresl, most convenienl'meat y
market in town. Their meats are all
fresh ami of the flnest.'.'' i
Frank Hart and family of Wlnslow,
who have been visiting here tbe past
week, and W. H. Campbell and wife
left Monday fora camping trip to tbe
' Grand Canyon of tbe Colorado.
Professor' J. Curtis Wasson'hM re
turned from Hawaii and pasted
through here Friday' for Chicago 'ao'd
,iher points in the last. He will re
m tit to risoia U t,few werits. .
Within the last few days bear has
frequently beeu seen up in the moun
tains and the' nlmrods are preparing
to go after some of them.
The reports of the investigating com
mittees of tbe grand jury and the grand
jury report proper wll be published
in these columns next week.
Tbe Epwortb League are arranging
a lecture ou Phrenology on Thursday
veulog, Aug. 26. What is that?
Cone out and bear about it.
Tbe board of school trustees of this
district met Saturday, and fixed the
80th of this month for tbe beginning
of the coming term of school.
Mat Blakely has told bis residence
in tbe northeast part of town to M. A.
Black, and 'the latter -has removed
same to the west part of town on As
Mr. Jones, the waterworks contrac
tor, bas not been heard from up to
going to press and tbe City Couimil is
seriously thinking of calling the deal
off with blra.
The public night at Lowell Observa
tory Saturday was taken advantage
of by a larger crowd than bad ever be
fore climbed the hilt to get a view of
the starry universe.
Mr. Ralph H. Melczer son of Wil
liam Melvzer, is apending arecreaiioo
ot two weeks eujojing the climate of
FlagMtaff ami '.he. wouders of the
Grand Can) on, Republican.
J. W. Tli u i bur Informs us that ligl t
ulng at Sulitfuiau on Saturday struck
and killed two mules in bis camp at
that place, it also knocked live men
down, but iiouoof them were Injured.
Rev. G. F. Rovard, superintendent
of I be Methodist Eplsocal churches of
Arizona, arrived in Flagstaff to-day to
hold tbe Quarterly Conference for the
Methodist church this evening at the
W. H. Powers aud wife, and J. W.
Power, aud Mis Edith Brook. Miss
Ma Warren aud MisAddlne Bury of
I'hoenlx composed a party of sighseers
who left for the Grand Canyon of the
Colorado Tueaday. ,
Plii'ennliigy iilnig the tencher to
nliil herself and her method to the
pupil' CHpalillitiL-s mid nwih. Till
will lie expltliied In the Kpworlli
League's leiMiituon Phi etiology Thin s
iIhj etenlnjj. Any. 26.
G. K. Wood, general manager of
the Grand Canyon 8tage Line, on Sun
day will convey a party pf eight or ten
from Flagstaff, and several from" Pres-
coit'tiVthe Moqui village to witness
tbe snake dance on the 20tb.
The order of Red M en have arrang
ed for a meeting this evening at tbe
operajiotue and will endeaver to es
tablish a lodge in Flagstaff. B. M.
Legg, district organiser, will be on
hand. Everybody Is invited to attead.
A. L. Bradbury, wife and two chil
dren, of Cblco, Cal., arrived Saturday
and will make Flagstaff their future
home, Mr, Bradbury is an old school
mate of H. C' Lockett, and contem
plates engaging in the cattle business
Dr. Charles Kiiliuar and wife of At
lantic City, N. J., arrived Sunday and
arn'stopplng at 'the Grand Canyon Ho
tel. Dr. Eulmar is affected with lung
trouble and will lemaln here for the
henetit of his health until cool weather
Deputy Shoriff Martin Bugglen and
Sims, sentenced to eiibteen months for
robliery, and two Mexicans who robbed
Jeweler Mabrer of three valuable
rings, sentenced tor four years, to tbo
HJgtoit Honors-World Pair, ,
' Gold 1 Medal, Midwinter Fair. l
. DR; '
40 YEAKS THE STANDARD
George Buoklar is nmou,c tbo pros
perous farmers of this section. He
had fiesh potatoes pf his own raising
on his tabe tbe 22nd of last month,,
and he informs us that he ,lias wheat
Ore feet high bow growing on- bis
ranch north of town.
The famous Oak Creek Canyon Is
Infested with Immense cinnamon bear
and deer. Several bunting parties
have been organised here the past few
weeks and venison and bear meat will
soon D as common to tbe patrons of
tbe meat markets here as beefsteak.
Mot a week or scarcely a day goes by
without some pleasure seeker visiting
the Grand Canyon. This dreamland
woaderis becoming more widely known
year by year, and the increase cf vis
itors this year it largely in excess ot
that of any previous one.
Mist May Brannen, who has been
visiting with the family of Dr. D. J.
Brannen for tbe past few weeks, left
Monday for her old home in Illinois.
Miss Brannen during her brief stay
here has made many warm friends,
who greatly regret her departure.
Preaching services at the Methodist
church Sunday tnnrnlug and evening.
Morning alscoure, "Jexur in the
House;" eveiiiug discourse, "Self
Hurt of Sin." All aie cordially In
vited to attend these services.
C. P. WiLsox, Pastor.
Humors In the hlooil, i oils, i nples,
scrofula sores, are pi omptlv eradicated
by HooiI'm Satsapaiilla, the one true
IiIimhI purifier, nerve tonic and health
Hood's pills are easy to take, easy
1 1 operate. Cure indigestion, bilious
A trainload of empty day coaches
and Pullmans passed through here
Tuesday as 'second section of No. ,
euroute to the Coast to pick up the
balance of the Eastern Christian En
deavors. No. 2 on Ttiasday consisted
of four sections, packed solid with
J. A. Lamport returned from Selig
man Saturday, where he bits been for
(be past three weeks esl (mating the
amount of drainage of the Sant.i Fe
Paeitio company reservoir at thai
place, Hn will do Hlie wmlc foi the
Company on their rtsservolis at Ash
Foi k and Walnut.
Tim sei vices at tlin Pi esbytet Inn
chiiivb next Sunday moinlu; will ho
as, follows: Morning,- the subject of
the Sermon will be "The Grateful Peo
ple," to be followed by the sacrament
of the Lord's Supper. Evening, "The
Joy of Trust."
H. P. Cobjbr, Pastor.
The teachings of phrenology will
help parents in teaching their chil
dren will enablo them to understand
their dispositions, and what callings
they are best adapted for, so that they
may mould them for their places in
life. Attend the lecture by the, Ep
wortb League Thursday eve., Aug. 20.
R?, Pn nd. Mrs. Nets of Brookljn.
N. Y. arrived Monday on a llgrYtse
tog tour. Tney have visited the lee
Caves. Cliff Dwelling, Friseo Peaks,
and are now viewing that climax of all
wonders, the Grand Canyon of the Col
orado. On their return from the Can
yon they ill visit the Moqui Village
and witness the snake da.ioe.
The Injured rail load men, Robert
Enrtmau, brakeman. ami Hugh O'Neill,
Hremau, who were hurt iu a wreck at
Flagstaff, were brought to the hospital
last night. They are accompanied by
their wives, ami will receive tlm beit
of care. It is thought that both of
lhe injured men will recover in a few
weeks. Albuquerque Cilize i.
Professors Creagerand Brown, whose
families aru spending the .summer,, at
Fjiigstnff, left la?t night for tho Ski-
light town. They were there, earlier
in tbe season, but returned coiuci-
dentally with the arrival of Governor
MeCord to participate in tbe contest
over the appointment of a Territorial Moore was submitted to the court and
Superintendent of Public Instruction. uk(,n nnjer advisement The follow
Uepubllcan. ting prUoners were convicted and sen-
nl. ..llAutnfl. fnmhftia . (V.IIL1.
J UI l"l""""6 .-. ... v..o iinj-
staff Baseball Club went to W ioslnw
Sunday and played the local club
there: Sinilngton, c; Rand, p; Ougan,
lb; Sllker, Sb; Jackson, ss; Jasper. 8b;
Robinson, rf; Fiynn, of; Hopkins, if.
Tue game is said to have been an in
teresting one from the beginning of
the first inning until the aiatb, the
score being 14. to t ia favor of tin
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Wlnslow Club. In the latter part of
the game Cdcher Slmlugton was In
jured and bad to retire; Hopkins, left;
fielder, took hin plare snd Hurd plajed
left field. The Flagstaff boys all
speak highly of tbe treatment accorded
them by the Winslow club,' which
paid their transportation and hotel
bids and entertained them royally.
The Prescott pxpers utilise about
oiio-third of their space in slurring
Phoenix, while the Flagstaff paper ex
tends hearty greetings to tbe citizens
of the Salt Blver valley to come and
spend the summer months In tint
eliiirmiiig resort. It looks to an out
sider s though FlngtntrKnnttH a good
thing whtjn alii) sues it. Tho com 10 of
Ihii Picscolt pipeis does not injuie
Phoenix, and if it helps Piescott, h.
coin I11110 it, by all uieatiH. Phoenix
To M. is. Sunday srbooi gave a
picnic Wednesday at William Gibsou's
ranch, two and one-half miles east of
1 1 wo. A large number of children and
older ones were in attendance, and all
bad a jolly good time Refreshment
wvre prepared, aud swinging, base and
foot-ball constituted the amusement
of the day. Such occasions are always
fraught with interest to the children.
J. W. Thurbnr, the liveryman deserve
the praise of tbe entire Sunday school
for free transportation, as be took them
ou and bark without charge.
AMace P. Walker aud family arrived
in a special car Saturday. With Mr.
Walker were a party of young Chlca
goans, who had come out hero to see
the Moqui snake dance. Tuesday af
ternoon Hon. D. M. Rlordan and his
two daughters. Misses Helen and Ma
mie, mid Mr. Walker's two soui, ac
companied by the Chicago party, left
for the Moqui villages. They will
travel via the north end of the moun
tain to the Grand Canyon aud will
probably visit Cataract Creek. They
will not return until about September
Mr. Walker iu his special car continued
on to California last uvening.
Judge Sloan after n eight days'
term of court adjourned the sapeyes
terday till the first Monday in Decem
ber. There was but ijttle civU busi
ness transacted. The case of George
Margaieitch against Stephen Purtyman
and wife wan continued till the ad-
iourned terra. The case of C. H. Mc-
Cilire anii n. A. Bush axainst Austin
'i.k.! Ii.hIim tlaAtrAtt aftvantt vtltU
t'licedi Charles Hackett, aseaoltwlth
i iteut to kill, sentenced for five years;
Thomas Sims, embezzlement; eighteen
months; Anastaclo Morales, burglary.
three years; Komoldo' Floras and AnU
aacto Melendes, barglaryfour years
each; Jesse Wright and Harry Porter,
grand larceny; eighteen menths, aid J.
W. Jackson, aggravated assault, flSO
or 10 days 1st the erasty jail.
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