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THE FLAGSTAFF COMMERCIAL CL
Would like to sell all of
their truck the coming
week. Should the
Company fail to do so,
we will have to adver
tise in this space next
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All tho Dalicaoios of tho Season Frosh from tho Haricot.
Yoa aro invited to call and impoot my Stcok
FOUNDRY and BLACKSHITHING
All Kinds of Repairing and Rebuilding
Promptly Attended to.
All Kinds of Cast Iron Work Done.
Oeotrtl Blacktmlthing and Machine Work. Horifshocing a Specialty.
Prompt Attention Given to All Work.
J. B. POUTHIE, Proprietor.
SHOP, - SOUTH - SIDE - OF - RAILROAD.
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CANDIES, NOTIONS, TOBACCO,
OUR MONSTER CELEBRATION.
The Committees Getting Down to
Tim Flnnnor Committee linn a Good
Itpport The l'roppedlngB of
The Executive committed of
Fourth nf.Jiilv celflii-atlnii nx't tit
Conrlhiiiim Frliltiv evening:. Tim
port of the Finance coninilttnn
FiihnitttHl nml the vhi'ious commllteeK
appointed. The following are. tho raln
tlleft of the meellnr:
Present. Chairman Gennre. Bahhltt.
Secretary pmlem B. 8. Olaik, J.'W.
Weatherfortl. Dr. D. J. Brannen. M.
J. Riordan. Ahsent. T. J. Rom.
Finance committee, throiiirti F, W.
Slsaon, re'porteil that the amount nb
scriheil t ilatn was $1822.60, of which
nm the committee estimated that at
least 11.200 would he pair) in. The
report was received, with th thanks
of Hip Executive committee for the
diligence shown hv the Financo com
mittee. Tho Finance committee, was
directed to make full report In writ
ing as soon as subscriptions arn closed.
The following committees were ap
pointed: Horse Racing and Track Oscar Le
Barron, chairman; If. E. Cihipheil,
T. E. Pollock. M. M. Fisher. J. W,
Thiirhnr. This committee was directed
to meet and report nt unco as to thi;
prohnhle amount of money required
for the races and repair of truck.
Advertlsinir, Transportation and
Excursion E. 8. Olark. chilrmin;
C. M. Fiiiiston. O. F. Jackson, 0. N.
Stark. J. F. Wallace, J. V, Tliurbnr.
Blc cle Races O. H. Cohle. chair
man; T. J. Mmer, L. L. Ferrnll.
Basehall E'T. MrGoipgle, chair
man; Thomas Jasper, G. (J. Wharton,
Arthur FhVklnger, J. VV. Spmlinsr.
Gun Cl.il A. V. Francis, chairman;
Georjre nocllderffer. E.'S. Giisney,
Musio and Dance 1). M. Fnincis,
chairman; Frank' I.ivermore. E. A.
Sllker, Georjftj F. C.tuiubell, John
Tug of W ar E. F. G eenlnw,
chalimaii;T A Riordan, J. II Triiat,
J. C. Brown, W. 8. Blis,
Music and Literary F ' C Ueid,
chairman; Mrs. F W. Siexon, Mrs. J
II. Llnd, C. II Edwanln, Mis Wilson,
J Curtis Wason.
Foot Rhccs, Greased Fig, Sack Race,
etc. ;Execnlive committee.
Maishal of the Dr.y Mayor John
Manager of Grand Stand A. A.
All committees are directed to re
port to Executive committeo on Wed
nesday eveiilnir. May 19, 1897, at tio
Courthouse, at 8 o'clock p. in. sharp.
On motion, the rommiltce adjourned
to meet at the Courthouse on Wednes
day evening, May 19, at 8 o'clock.
George Babbitt, Chairman.
Attest: E. S. Clahk,
Sec. pro tcm.
Last evening the committees re
ported to the Executive committeo at
the Courthouse, the reports being as
Present, Gorge Babbitt, chairman;
D. J. Brannen, M. J. Riordan and
E. S. Clark, serctary pto tern.
The following reports of committees
were received aiid accepted, but action
Horse Race and Track Reported
that 1600 would be required for per-
km, and at least 970. (or repair ot
track and grounds.
Bicycle Races Committee reported.
through Messrs. Coble and Moer, that
they would require 125, to be used
in the purchase of prises. With $136
the committee reported that they
woold have one track race; 1) mile,
for boys only; one track race, 1
miles, open to all;' one ten mile raee,
mad, open to all. All races to be held
under L. A. W. rules.
Printing and AdTortlsing Commit
tee reported progress, and that
their probable expenditures would
Baseball Committee reported that
they would require $100 for parses,
balls and bats to be furnished them by
committee, and grounds to be put. in
good order. It was urged by commit
tee that Kingman and Prescott be .in
vited to take part in the tournament,
and that steps be taken to bring those
Gun Club Committee reooited
that they required $160 for thepur-
cbase of birds, etc., auu tnai iney
would probably have In attendance
representatives of the gun clubs from
Gallup, Prescott. Jerome, Phoenix
and Wlnslow. Committee reported
that they proposed to have about
live hundred live birds, and that they
would arrange for their own prises.
Tug of War Committee, through
Mr. J. R. Treat, reported that .with a
parse of $76 four teams could probably
bo secured, namely, Saginaw, A. L. &
T. Co., Greenlaw and Dennis. Report
accepted. On motion Mr. Charles
McGoalgle was appointed ss member
of this committee, vice T. A. Riordan
On motion, the chairman .of the
committee on Music and Literary ex
crrifes was directed to address the
thanks of the committee to Governor
M. H. McCord for his kindness in
accepting tho invitation to deliver the
oration on July 6, and to in form the
Governor that duo preparation was
being made for lib reception and en
Grand Stand committee, through
Mr Dutton, reported that $60 would
he required to place tho grand stand
in proper condition.
The Executive committee, insession,
added the following committee to those
already appointed: Fireworks and
Illumination Al Doyle, Edgar Whip
ple. G. Sikes. The efforts of this
committee to ho confined to an illumi
nation of San Francisco Peaks on tho
night of the 6th with Bengal lire.
It was decided lo let thu privilege of
selling ref i eminent on the grounds to
ihe.fi mt and confectionery dealers of
tho town for the sum of tiftv dollars.
It was also decided to sell tho privi
lege of-pool selling fiir the sum of $25.
On motion it was voted to add $60
to the base ball committee for purees,
provided lliey would secure thn at
tendance of four visiting clubs, and in
case onlv two visiting clubs' attended,
only $25 is to be added. It was
furthei voted to allow tho committee
$25 for i he purchase of balls mid bats.
On motion, it was voted lo add $30
to I he race committee, for the purpose
of having a broncho riding content.
After some, discussion, the commit
tee concluded that 'he various com
mittees would probably be granted
the sum asked for, with the no'-
s ble exceptions of the Jjicycle and
Gun Club committees, whoso appropri
ations will depHinl on the success of
the Finance committed in makiuir the
Ailj'otirned to meet at Courthouse, on
Saturday evening next, for the purpose
of receiving further report from the
E. S. Clakk, Seey, Pro Teiu.
Excursions will leave on the 71 h and
Oil f .. .i r in ..i
oin Kir inn union canrnn ot tun Colo
rado. The details will be more fully
set forth in our next is-me.
A special effort is.bolug made to In
duce, the Prescott and Kingman base,
ball clubs lo participant wiili Williams,
Wiuslow aud Flagstaff io the tourua.
The Brotherhood of Lojomntivo
Firemen lodges ut Wmslow. Williams
and possibly Needles will participate
in the celebration Soooial arrftiigi.
ments will be ruado for their enter
tainment and they are assured of a
royal good time.
Eveiythiug looks most auspicious
for the success of the monster celebra
tion and the various committees are
working bard and faithfully. The
low rate on transportation which Is as
sured will bring large delegations
from the towns along tho I'no of thu
Atlautic and Pacific, and ail indications
point to Flagstaff acting host to the
largest crowd ever assembled together
iu Arisona for tho noble purpose of
doing honor to the Nation's birthday.
The excursion to the Grand Canyon
of the Colorado is a feature of tho two
days celebration that will prove n
splendid drawing card. The Grand
Canyon Stage Lino will have at thn
disposal of the excursionists a suffi
cient number of four aud six-horse
coaches, and the ride to the Canyon
will be a most pleasant affair.
The committees on amusements are
providing for a grand caruival of
sports horse race!, bicycle races,
foot races, greased pig race, burro
races, etc. The baseball tournament
will be encouraged by the awarding to
the successful clubs of good-siaed
prizes, and the tug of war and the
namerons other contests will prove,
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
FRESH FRUITS. VEGETABLES
Eggs, Butter, Cheese and Farm Produce. Confectionery,
Stationery, Cigars and Tobaccos, Bicycle Sundries.
BICYCLES FOR RENT. Agents for Wanamaker & Brown, the Clothiers.
J. P. ARNOLDS...
LOCATED HERE PERMANENTLY
MAKES A SPECIALTY OF
RKPADUNa W, AND COMPLICATED TIMEPIECES
Fine Jewelry, Watohes, Optical Good,
AT EASTERN PRICES
Plies or Bosmss at BAONALL'fl BHOX STORE
duritfg the two-days celebration, a
never ending source of entertainment
to the many who enjoy nntdoorsp irts.
THE 0APTDBE OF MILLER.
Under Sheriff Kletcher Falrchtld Ap
prehends Htm Near Jerome.
Under Sheriff Fletcher Faircbild)
and Detective Cade Selvey arrive'
in a blackboard from Jerome Saturday"
evening wjth Forger Miller, who
escaped from tho Prescott jail with.
Parker and thn Mexican Camellia.
The prisoner wits locked up in one of '
the steel cells of tho county j-iil here,
where he at present languishes.
The details of his capture sire inter
esting. Under Sheriff Faircbild and
Deputy Sheriff Martin Bugglin left
here for vViiislow last week aud from
there journeyed down into the Tonto
Basin country, having received word
from Sheriff Ruffuer of Yavapai county
that Miller and the Mexican were
headed for that section. On reaching
Tonto Basin no trace of the fugitives
could be found and no word could bs
sent lo Ruffuer as to what the latest
information relative lo Miller's where
abouts was in' Ids povss8on A -81 art
was tben made in the direction of
Jerome, Mr. Fair, hild believing that
Miller 'would stop in that neighb irhood
on account of having a relative there.
On arriving at Jerome Mr. Fairchild,
went to the homo of this relative and
after a diplomatic talk succeeded la
learning that Miller was secreted la
the Jerome mountains about two
miles away. After stating that unless
Miller was turned over to biin be
would undoubtedly be raptured by the
1'ruscott officers and be brought there,
where he would be sure to be lynched,
the relative decided to direct Mr.
Kail-child to the hiding place of Miller.
Late Friday evening the relative la
company with Mr. Fairchild set out
for the fugitives retreat. On coming
up with Miller he submitted peace.tbly
1 1 arrest aud was seemingly f-UJ to
get away from the locality and out of
rcao'i of the Prescott authorities.
Friday uiglit Mr. Fairchild nml Cade
Selvey started for FlagS'aff with the
prisoner, arriving here Saturday even--
.In tho fight on Cyrix creek,. whoa
Sheriff Rurfutir's pie came, upon thoi,,
three escaped' prisoners, during tho J '
fusillade that follownd, Miller w.t?
shot by one of the possi, the bullet
taking effect juit aoore tbi ankle of
bis left leg.
A reward of $500 was offered by the
Territory f r the ctpture of Miller
South Side of
Railroad. - Track.
Done strictly to order, and all work promp' .
ly attended to. . , . .,-'
Horseshoeing a specialty.;
tarBepalring of all kinds done.
Shop nrth west corner Aspen Avenuo and
Agassli street.' -
UENUY HELLER.. Proprietor. '
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