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Irfs&J-' v- rftiWttwMgWlPWOW S" iiii irfStiitgi 1P ; :- . ' ffl- ' fkt ' ' S LOCAL BBEVITIE8. The Flapitaff Gun Club received a big consignment ol pigeons from Kan sas cltv Friday. Thwre ntvk nunihri of crack shot In this nrKaniMl'ioii and tbey will give contestaii)aljfor the championship of Arizona, to be shot off Jaljr 6th, hard race. AA Dr. Scott Herabey, pastor of th Flia' Presbyterian church of Boston, Mhs., occupied the pulpit of the Pre!. let ian. chuicb last Sum! ay morning. He gave a very able dismiuse on Bllef." He left for the Giaml Canyon Monday morning, and returned Wednesday. C. Perkins of Cnii on Diablo, Will, lam Loy, K. Mahiiiin, James Wlllard and Mr. MaeRogers of Camp Verde and Elmer Dai l of Cornvllle, all well known cattlemen, were hei'H 8unda. and Monday attending to several larjfe shipments to Knusas and Colorado points. From nil who have visited the east and other points vh glean the. fact that the Sk light Ciy as compHird with other points holds its own. We have always contended that all in all Coconino county and Northern Aii snna ate bard to surpass hi mail) respects. Practice economy in buying medi cines as In other matttrs. Ills econ omy to gel Hood's Sarsspaillla lie cause it contains more medicinal value than any other 100 dopes one dollar. Hood's Pills are the ,o;ilv pills it, take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Cure all liver ills. The gun club received word this week that Prescolt would send a learn here to compete f..r the. inaikMU'tnrliii at the gun club contest. Gallop, Phoenix and Winxlnw will also aeiid teams. This contest will lm one of the most attractive features of the celebration. ConylelO'y The personnel of the pis) will foe composed of local talent, with Mr. Stark as Weary Haggles, the jocose holwi The drama abounds in funny situation and with the only C NIck.KH ita.chlff.ftiiimakar, patrons of first-class entertajfnniMiiU will have an a roll oLblllSas blsr ,n his also eWH.tlelBl lmirl..zHOi;1)fc.ttl whloli jja?hadmptirt(- between tWlni low and here. He was h member of sniiie'irtysterldns' order (lie P. O. O) U..littirtf thai nfay-ilbTln. qttjrW wjtlgreat anxiety If anything in his. line wat for .sale at the next stop. Ibe ti-ain piillwl nut just then, carrying him and his brealblout'of opportunity that lew will miss. JA dispatch .reached bere yestenlay Staling tliat?$fo. Miller bad been found guilty by the jury for murder in the second "degree, and a life sentence will be billeted. This ends two of l lie nnt noted ciimlnal cases ever Hied in Yavapai county. The jury in l he Jim Parker case was only ahoui fifteen minutes in deciding that Fal ser should hang for the ni'irder of Lee Noil is, and hlx sentence will be jtiveu ty Judge Hawkins toiuoriow. Two lad yet under the age of niHJiiily liiokii into the nieicalilile establishment of Bleed Kt nd at Wins low last week and stole about J0 worth of goods. They were followed In Albuquerque, by Sheilff J. F. Watt I on of Holhroolc and captmed. When arraigned before Judge MeAlis- terat Wiualow on the charge they I healih, were niakjng the trip fiiini latili plead guilty and were held to j Phoenix to Flagstaff in a mickboanl, await the action of the grand jury, ) and had the liiifoiiuiie on reaching and in default of bonds are now iu jail ! the Verde some time lust week to at Holbrook. j suffer a breakdown, the center pole of Don A. Sweet, general passenger, ' bueklioard giving out. There was r i .j"n'ni- ' j- -iUT THE-fiRANR- HANYflN -HHTFI t each. s , ',Wf Prof. L. Pennaar, manager of the Mozart's, will. call upui our citizens to secure Ibelr signatures for the' number of tickets which thei out otitioslte their name (us a verbal guarantee) lo enable litem to appear heie Thursday, July 1. The following ai lists will lake part: Miss Ida E. Guihrie, vocal plano; Col. K-.lieit S. G.ims, elofii- tionlsl; Prof. H. C. Woodbury, cornel; Prof. L. Feiiuaar, vlcdlu. The com pany comes well recommended and we hope wilt meet with success here. Gtorge H. Smaller of Phooulx and K. W. Van SI) k of St. Paul, Mum., the former trailing for the Arir-oiia Republican and the latter for his t i ' ..! vi i j ? i t . rf .IfWw "OSCAR LEBARRON. MANAOCH JMte The photograph gallery located next to the New Bank Hotel Is ready lo take pictures and will turn nut flrst clasa woi k only. Prices to suit the times. Will reraiin In Flagstaff fur two weeks. Call and examine sim ples anil prices. J. Pasetitch. Photographer. Harry Fulton, who has been in Maryland for the past three years, came in Tuesday, and has been meet ing bis many Flagstaff frieuds. He is looking out a location, and we hope lie will again be one of us. Coconino county Is still a drawing card to I hose who bave once lived within her borders. Mr. and Mrs. Scott F. Hersey of Boston, Mass., arrived Saturday for a visit to the Giaud Can)o:i of the Col orado and other points in this vicinity. Mr. Hersey Is special correspondent of the Boston Travt ler and promises some interesting matter almut the G-aud Canyon for the Eastern readers of tbat paper. Flagstaff's citizens aie doing them selves proud in leaving not liiug undone for the celebration lo he beld here on the 6th and 6lhofJuty. They have not only went down into their pockets for liberal couiiibiitioiis, but the vari ous committees have interested them selves from the first and labored bird to get every detail iu shape for the occasion. E E. Ellin wood Ims been appointed by Governor Franklin a delegate to the Tntus-Mlssisslppi congress which convenes on the 14 of July. The other delegates from Arizona are: C. T. Ha) ilen, Tempe; N. A. Morford, Phoenix: C. W. Wrlirbt. Mose D-ach-man. Tucson; W. O. O'Neill, J. W. Noiton, Prescolt. There are three mprti )et In be appointed. Lltile Vola Giaham enteitafned a few of her Utile pla mates last Satur day on the occasion of her seventh birthday. She was the recipient of quite a. collection of useful presents. A miniature, masquerade was held and Masters Tim Cornish and Will Wbeeler made quite enchanting failles in spangles and lailaiaus, which made great rMitt for Ibe little ones. The dearih of amusements in the ..... t theatrical Hue during ine summer, bere has been frequently 'remarked, and up to a few da)8 ago it seemed that, nothing would or could be dune to fill this long-felt wutit. C. N. Stark, however, lias come to ibe rescue asd lu the not distant future willipat OB the boards bere. as a starter a irstv class drama, entitled "Tony, the as-ent of the Atlantic & Paclttu railroad company, has Issued another circular under dale of June 18lb in which all ag-uU are authorized to Issue one fire tickets fioni all points along the line, to Jjos Angeles, Cal.. and return. This rwdiii'ilou will enable all who de sire to hear Win J. Br van spunk In Ij'8 Angeles on I he, 6th of July. Slop- over allowed at all points West-bound ami in California east-houud. Tickets will be on side on June 30lb and giaid for ninety daya. As (he hotels may prove to he inad equate to take care of the crowds bere during the twn days Fourth of July celebration, parties having furnished looms to let for this Secial occasion should advertise the fact. Next week, ihe last issue before the celebration, we will publish five a list of all those having mom. Neatly print d show caids, wilb the sign. "Furnished Rooms" in large type, may be obtained at this office at lOo each. If you have furnished nanus, leave your name at this office at your earliest convenience. A. H. Patter, with E. C. Atkins A Co., Indianapolis, lud., writes: ! have never before given a testimonial in my life. But I will say that for three tears we bave never been with out Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea remedy in thehouse, and my wife would as"siKin think of being without flour as a bottle of this remedy iu the summer season. We have used it with all three of our children and it has never failed to cure not simply stop pain, hut cure absolutely. It is all right, and anyone who tries it will Uml it so." For sale by D. J. Bran- nen's drug store. Miss Laura Hoxworth tendered her tVfeuiy-nine kindergarten pupils a no tinical excursion and picnic last Sun day. The little ones, accompanied by Miss Hoxworth, started out early in the forenoon and after gathering m my specimens of wildlbiwers, at noon camped near the Clark ranch about, a mile northwest of town. Lunch of chicken, hard-boiled eggs aud other delights of hungry childhood was spread aud the little tots ate as they had never eaten boforo. In the botan ical contest, Laura Wallace won first pilze, finding tventy-n!nesepai ate aud distinct specimens of Arizona wild- flowers, aud Leona Green found the next highest number. A passenger for Needles, Cal., alight ed from No. 1 Friday moruing as it pulled in here, and handing a dollailo a Mexican asked him to hurry and gel, a half-pint bottle before the train started. The fellow did huny and was soon lost forever to the view of the thirsty one, whose dryness in creased momentarily, Indeed so much so tbat he, decided to make another Venture, He entrusted two-bits to an honest-looking bystander,-wbo1 true to bis appearance soon returned with a half-pint, and was rewarded with a ablnlng quarter for his trouble Paying $1.60 for a half plat of bourbon did not seem tOjpbaee'tbe Needles gentle- no opportunity li repair the damage and the ouug men established their camp and settled down lo a long wait for a learn bound f u- Flagstaff lu haul lllein and their 1iil'l'l'm to town. Along about the sin'h dav Mitch Bui eh hapieiied along ami loading them on his wagon, brought them iu, arilvlug here Silurday. After find ing a few daya hem aiul haling their buck boat d lep.iiied they leave for Bin-key O'Neill's copper camp in the Grand Canyon. Mr. bmalley is writing up the mines of Aiizoua for his paper aud promises an interesting ailio'e about the mines of Coconino coi.nty. Foreman Chailea Cauall, with a gang of twenty linemen, reached Flagsiaff'frora the w est last Thursday, having strung the new railroad wire thus far on Ibe way from Los Angeles to Albiiqueique. The linemen rnadt good time after leaving California and will hava the wire up in less than three weeks. The most disagreeable part of the (rip is covered, said Mr. Cauall. and the rest is comparatively easy. Crossing the Mojave desert, from Barstow lo Needles, was a most delightful expurleiiCH till! Willi the mercury away up in thi 1 20s and try ing to burst the root off the thermom eter, aud the red lot wi mis, of uncer tain origin, combined to make the llip of 170 miles one long to be re membered. Whenever a water-tank hove iu sight, the men would drop their tools, make a bieak for it and jump fn, and Charley says it was like pulling teeth to get them away from the tank. However, the men worked like TroJHtis after striking tb. deseri. their only aim iu llf just then seeming to he to get out o f Hist lake ef tire, aud they covered over twenty miles a day. Leaving that pat t of California and striking Arizona was like coming luto another zone altogether and the heal troubled them no more. After making connection with the Western Union office here, Mr. Cauall aud his linemen con'iniied on east. Recently remodeled, redecorated and refurnished through out. Modern improvements throughout Its special" features are the excellence of its table, perfection of its service, the elegance of its appointments. Elec- trically lighted throughout. THE MOST LIBERALLY MANAGED HOTEL IN THE' SOUTHWEST. '( RECOGNIZED HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL TOUISTS. MOHLENPAH & MUDERSBACH PROPRIETORS OF jm CITY MRRKBT lm Wf mis For Fresh, Juicy Steaks, Pork, Veal, Mutton and Lamb Chops, and Everything in the line of Fresth and SfLT AAEfvrs GO TO THE NEW MEAT MARKET. FI3H AND QAME IN SEASON!' TELEPON& NO. 12. NEWS DEPOT. School cnu. The school ceujus marshals of Coco nino couu'y have tiled with County Superintendent N. 0. Lnttnu their re ports of children of school age for 1897, as follows: Flagstaff district. No. 1...., 262 Williams district, 'No. 2 179 Fiiscnilltrii't,'tNi.Vt 16 Tuba District. No. 6 40 Kredonia district, No. 6 69 Moen-Ava district, No. 7 12 Total .668 ipao,- who to'ditpei? any doubts as to bis ability to "pay the piper" displayed Tetter, Salt-Rheum and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting, inci dent to these diseases, in Instantly allared by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very baa cases have been permanently cured by it. It is equally efficient for Itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples, chapped bands, chilblains, frost bites and chronio sore eyes. 23 cts. per box Dr. (W CeadltlM Powders, are just what a horse needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. Tbey art' not food bnt medicine and the best is nse totrat a horse in prime condition. Pnoe.JI cents tar nacfeafa. "i t -, cents per package. AB tawtisto sell Dr. atita rate WBa FANCY GROCERIES, FRESH FRUITS, .OHAS. A. KELLER, CANDIES, NOTIONS, STATIONERY, PnorniBTOR. TOBACCO, CI6ARS, ill the Delioaoies of the Season Fresh from the Market, You are invited to call and inspect my Stook? VLAGRTAFF. ARTZONA FOUNDRY and BLACKSMITfltira All Kinds of Repairing and Rebuilding Promptly Attended to. All Kinds of Cast Iron Work Done. General Blacksmlthiog and Machine Work. Hirsesboemg a Specialty Prompt Attention Given to All Work. J. B. POUTHIE, Proprietor. SHOP, - SOUTH - SIDE - OF - RAILROAD. J. P. ARNOLDS... Praotieal oi)d - Gperierjoerj WfTCMfKER HAS LOCATED HERE PERMANENTLY AND HAKES A SPECIALTY OP REPAIRING FINE AND COMPUCATED TiMIFIECES 0- 0.aVH.'-'.Vf.jr3 ( CkWV. U."Jf.l v.&StS!& ii5 JiSs r''iA';i. W&Ti. i , , Vi?isrir '. r.flwwsswftiaMtf "ifmmi Fine .Jewelry; Watch Optical Goods -. AT EASTERN PRICES V thim a tanm at; baj amvs shoe store PbAQSTAPS. ARIZ. Id t u it mt iv 1w 3 .V t .i I iv 't a $$5 p; i i 4 ' Till? .- 2,4' 'ft N ssswf' l"