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.' 38 'j'' !?'' V5 .4)Wt.!.IMwGIM--(r . iwIKW 4 -.I'i f fcjl VOL. X1V.-NO. 44. FLAGSTAFF, ABlZOvTHUBSDAY, JtJLy 8, 17. 10c PEB COPY aasaMKP?7-'srt'r3Wvwra.,isw HMUfcfcitHlWfM, iipVwp? tSRI rR ... -TilK ill ' ' IP'' ' &N B awH . ". "S" . '4, .,w. imp---'- ?" i". ' im)bS& ;, seseeae' , 'lFfcH .. t WmmP " TM&ismwv, a twfflms PROFESSIONAL,, TMt.D.J. BRANNEN. PIIY8ICIAN AND JLy Burgeon, Flagstaff, Arlxona. will re Moad promptly to all call from any point mm the Atlantic A PaclBo Railroad, omce mad drug store ODDoslte tbo denot. Telo- atones:, Store, 18; residence. 38. Av w.. sHOBrifrON1. mI 'd' VLkater'urv; ' .nriion. OAce and residence In the ,-rresov OI Ln is Dunoaud. Telenhono,Nn.:4S. ce boor from 9 to 11 a. mi s to 1 n. m. If '8. jilLXKft 0.. FLAGBTAFF. ABl'- Ac zona, unce. one aoor east or rout- o. Telephone No. 34 "RTJNCU J0NK8, ATTORNBT8-AT-IAW. " Trill urastlxa In all tha Mi WU1 ursetloe la all the ooarU a tee- Fourth District. Lua litigation a BrauAi- HUM IT. OBca at ooort boom. ruunUUf, Arit. E8.OIiABKAATTOBNKY AT LAW . OBca In the Babbltu building, Klag- tair, Aritona. tft'ractico neioro tine iana Department a specalty. r8CAR GIBSON. ATTORNET-AT-LAW- v will practice la all court or the fourth JadleUI dutrlet. Ofllce with JC 8, Oeeaey la Ute BebWtt.buUdla. . V8KCIUST SOCIETIES." Ai . TJ. W.-FLAOSTAFF IODOE. No. 13. Menu ererr Thursday nhrht. InO. A. hall. Vlsltlmr Workmen are cordially lu- Tltod. J. O. .GRIM. M. W.. IiOtru gpiina. Recorder. OURT COCONINO. I. O. ., NO. hSo. , meets every Tuesday evening in u. A, it. I. Ylsitlne bretbren cordially. Invited to hall. attend. T J)R.-1). J. BKANNEN. C. R. LOOIB SPURS, u. s. , TJLA08TAFF MJDOE..NO. JJ V.& A.iM-' JL Regular meetington the tint saturaay tght of each calendar month In Maaonlo Hall, Kllpatrlck building, bojournlug brethren cordially invited, w. 11. ANDERSON, Matter. J. atrinnir Savaqb. eecretary. I70REST OAMl NO. 1, WOODMKN 1 of the World, mctts tbe Brat and third ondays In each month. In tbo O. A. R. U all. Yltltlng Boverolirnti rordlully welcome T. 8. HUNCH, Counsel Com. T. E. Pulmam. Clerk. GA. R.-KKGULAR MEETIN08 OP . Ransom PosU'O. A. R No., Depart "! stent of Arizona, will beheld In O.A. R. hall a second and lul Saturday In each month, K. K. JONtiB. Commandrr. E. II. Ciikss. l'wt Adlutanu T O. O. F.-FLA08TA F LODOE. -NO.,,11. 1, meet every Friday evenlne lnMasonlc hall. Vlaltlng bretbren cordially Invited." -3.. B. JONE8, N. O. J, T. I)ouanrBTr. Secretary. MOUNTAI.N LODGE. NO. 13, K. OP K mcvtavviiry Wednesday nlKht In their o hall IftTr A It. ImlK All vbttlnj brotbtr? Invited to attend.. . Y. A 51 A I JiJUIl Jilt, u. i. 0, lit Conti!, K. Of It, 8. UHITUCII lHKCTOif. -"ATUOLIO CHUROH.- BEY. P. DILLY. t Pastor. On'Hundays; ' LowMastiHt7:3a axlocka.ni. Illgb Mono at 10 a. m. Sunday School at 11 u. in. Evening services at TiO . m. On wecK . days: Mass at 7 a. m. On the second Suuday of each month, prayer Meeting at ju a. m.; sunuay ecuooi at u a. m. All cordially Invited; TTIRST M. E. fJHURCH. CORNER OP X ' Church and tarenx Streets. O P. Wil son, Pastvr. Preaching atll a. m. and 7 p. m'. anndaysi Sunday school at 10 a. m.. Oscar Slbson, Superintendent. Class meeting! at 1J:16 p. m. Epwortb League 6:30 p. ni. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 Everybody welcome. THIRST- PilE8liyrhiUAN tvlHUttl. ,1 Nortli hau FranclKO street, II. P. Comer, pastor, Sabbatb servlcos: Preaching 11 a. m. and Dp. m.j Sunday school. 10 iu in.: Y. P. 8. a E. prayer meetlng.7:is P-ni. Mid-week conference and prayer, Wednes day evening at 8 p. m. A cordial invitation 1 extended to all. WM CP8L BflUK FLAcif aff, Ariz. LKST MNK IN NfiRTIEU ARIZONA. ' ,' V. i.'i ' t ?,f:-?'S """?,rir iTTlx ueo Aaat-1 t-Wwl W 1 i. Drtfis Sold UJV m All Fore' igi;eoai)ipies. M Xxteasivo PatronaeamdOer kksitutBus uBBTii!beralca MlveTenta; rt j w ,AI. FEEEMAlfi' Pwiidlnt, . V r Fh V- vi If J.M v a6 f. iKf T, E, POLL00K, Vice-Prident, A Two Days' Carnival of Sports Visitor ' Prom Everywhere Flocked t- ,j. ,. J... i. jm ; to the ICUrBrb Xlterary Exer- elaea Henry Asharst Ora tor of the Day. i. Flagstaff-was boat Monday and Tu'es day to the largest crowd ever before within bet' (rales, fbey caroe in on every train Saturday, Sunday, Mon day and Turadiiy, .fifino Albuquerque, Gallup.'Holbrimk, Wlnslow. William, Plii)eiiix.JPriscoit, Ash Fork, In fact from evirywbere. Tbe clly was gavly decorated wjtb flags, bunting and colored lights; green pine trees bad been cut in tbe timber, brought In acd set up by the score In front of every business house on the principal streets. The Inter ior- decorations of many of these busi ness houses were siipperb. 'Die Eleventh Infantry Band of Fori Whipple', seventeen pieces, arrived Sunday forenoon on n train loaded to the platforms with visitors to Flagstaff. Winslow sent up a special car Monday, containing ihe bassb:tll team and its escort of enthusiastic Wlnslowltes. The Williams contingent began, arriv ing' Sunday, and their baseball team came in with the crowd Monday morn ing. The .reception . committee were on hand at every train lo direct the visi tors where to liml quarters, all the ho tels Ufing mil sunil.tr. nil com- mitlee is entitled to great credit fqrthe.J manner in uliieh it too): care of the people nud its, meniUjifl every one worked Imvd and faithfully at their tusk The Flagstaff Catholic Union gitvo up its quarters in tlio Iloxvrorth building t to'' -aeeonimotlate cots and beds for tlie: visitors aud every private house, where tli"ere was a spare room, ,was thrown open to our guests. AT THE ORAND STAND. The literary exercises wero to begin at tbe grand stand at 9:30 Monday morning, aud tbo In tan try Band headed the- procession to tbo grounds. Thu grand stand Avas crowded ttnil people congregated by the biintiril? on the grounds adjacent thereto to bear the exercises. After music by the band, Key. C. P. WHsou luvoked. tho Divjne blessing ou tbo assembled multitude. The read- iug of tbe, Declaration of Independ ence by Thomas Flvnn followed. The band played a selection, and llou. Henry F. Ashursi was introduced 4s oralot' Vt Ike ? Iu our cstimatlou Mr. AshurtV exceeded bis previous oratorical masterpieces aud Won "new laurels', as tbe finest speaker and ora tor In tbe. territory. "At the conclulot, of the oration the band struck u the stirring strains of America' which1 was joined la by tbe Auiltmce with a WlM, - - rtf Tt STOITS. , The tlrsVaVsat ,oo-. the -program .of ports for We forenoon wai aSnUrnlle 18, for prlxesof $20, $16 and $10 for first?--secondhand) thjr3 respectively Thomas UaeperJ-E-1 Af SUker iud Harry Calllaaa entered. Thomas Jasper Wn Jrst moneyrE."-A' Bilker" second and Harry Culllnan third. ' rjThe live-bird. shoot for ten live. birds was next announced. Tbe scoring and groceedtoga of tfie shooting tourna- reat areglvea elsewhere. Thp!l00:yard foot soe, parse;$f5 second. MoaeyeBtraBoe fees, was en tered by Mews. Wolf of Williams, iHere Hewitt of Tuba, L. D. Poyner, otDeBnis' mill and John Garrett of Flagstaff. Hewitt won first moaey, Wolf second. The others came 1b 1b the 'order named. This ended, the sports ,for the- fore-, boob And the crowds returned to town for dinner. ' . V; - OOK. lm'f NntwitbstMdiBK the dirt. whlnh w'as fearfulwlig up from the track ami.drlvewaj-4au..tue facesit the people who vrerBo fortunate to se eureseaU lBj)tie grand staud, tbe crowd was as "jood humored as ever and returned the grounds in good The prografl began with a, threo-quarter-mlle, JMycle race for boys. The prises werfcP, 17 and 5. Four entries wereiwIe-rFentoo Jones, Joe Sbepard, Kd anii Edward Beal. The boys fiol n tbe order named. In the trotl eg race, mile heats, best two In .i. tari ee, tbo following en- tries were made Smoky, J. R. Kll Patrick; NelllflSOscar Le Barron; Al- tco, Wm. Vol,i,First money, fl00; second, 30. ffjj. Alteo was sick', but as thero were only two other, entries in the race, Mr. Vols kindly consented to start him in the race. ffi Smoky won.'Nellie second. s The next event 'was the baseball game betweenrYiBslow and Flagstaff. This was one ofj-nbe most enjovable jo features of the ectebration and several good-shed wager on the result of the game were made Tbe playing on iHilh sides waa;e6(Ml and barrint? a little dissatisfaejnoa which manifested itself at a dedslon'of the umpire, went off without a hitch: The purse was 185. Flagstaff appropriating addition ally foO for tbe'expensps of the visit ing club. 'The,' game resulted in n victory for Wlrislowj by a score of 13 to 7. Following ,W the score: rLAOSTAVri, 2 3 Von Needa, ibfoO , Jasper, '3b ".80, 0 6 6 7 8 9 ,.0.1.1 0,0,0.0 0 .i. 0 . , . 0JfUo,0AO . . -1, . 0 0 .0.1 1 . Vaughn, If fttfWTl, Rand, p. vXai. Hriinvfrs'. r- JSSff 0 Sliker.Sb, C 1 Jackson ,t. Siniij.'hlini, o. , , Koberso'i, rf . , WfNsLQW Flickiuger. m., Halletl, 2b. j., Morris; of!..,.'. Bi'isco, If...... Fuller, lb...., Kelly, p Burgess, o...., Kerigan, rf.... O'Connor, 3b.. fl ', o :ro- . 0 . , 0 . 12 3 4 6 0. lfe-Ol, .1 0 ol.obo. o o 8 1 1 ,0 0 1 T. o- . 0 0 0 . 1 . 1 . 1 0. 0 0 1 1 Br IKNINGS. Flngstalf .... 1 1 0 0 0 2 Wjnslow 2 0 0 0 2 6 17 13 The quarter-uiilc ami hnlf-mllc races wero combined in one, a balf-mile dash. Tho entries were as follows: Soltaire, J. II. Meadows; Robert G:, Tom Burch; Fox, Charles Hnllings liead. First money, $200; second, $60., Robert G. won. Fox second. In the broncho busting there were three entries, as Mows; Hugh An derson, Gcoi'gu Biabk ami Joe Gibson, i The first prize was awarded to Joe Gibson aud second to Hugh Anderson. THE BALL. As a crowning event, of the first day, nothing could bo more fitting than the grand ballet Babbitt's Opera. House iu tbe evening, whichgwas well attended by tbe visitors. rwho joined, our people In making the affair an en joyable one and a sUccess:'1 Abont'obe hundred couples danced, and the music by Fort,-, Whipple orchestra of, ten pieces VftS' splendid.- Thej'e .waA.'anJ upconveutiona air about the ball that made everyone" feel sociable !a'nd- at hlto'e and It I. needless tiay. there m;re none there wbo did not consider it one of them6at pleasant .evenings,, they bad spent. There were " tweaty-two;5" dances outhepregram'and 'the fuV lasted till near daylight. MAbi elegant supper was served at 12 o'clock by tbe Graud.Canyon Hotel. , Many viewed the'lllu'rainatton of 8an' Francisco Peaksfromth'e ballroom. ' SECOND DAY. As there were but1 few? people astir .until late in the forenoon, many hav ing attended .tbe.oallaod did, not'.feel like getting.upearly.j the forenoon's events for the second day were post poned until liVelock., , u ' jEUtces were r uu ibo prograoi. Id the running race,, free for all, half-mile beats, best two, In three, the following entries were made; Bobert G., Tom Burcb; Fox. Charles Hol- lingsbead; Gold note, WUHam .Fuller; Baby, Andy Hansen; Solialre, ,J. H. Meadows. First money. $100; sec ond, S0. This race, was run under the distance rule any horso 180, feet behind, at the finish in, first heat being shut out or remaining beats. Robert G. won first heat. Soltalre second. Fox, Goldnote aud Baby were distanced, leaving only Robert G. and Soltalre in tbe race Soltalre won second 'heat, Robert G. second. In this heat Soltalre Injured himself aud was so badly cripi'led that ha could not finish tbe race. Tbe judges therefore declared all sfdo bets off and awarded first money to Robert G. and second to Soltaire. This sec ond heat is said by race men to be tin best race ever ran in Coconino county. The. next event on the program was a saddle horse race, open only to known saddle horses, 300 yards. The following entries were made: Gre,) Dick, Lee Doyle; Fanny, Andy. Han sen; Pal. Ik Wheeler; Star, D. M. Francis; Buy Dick, J., W,. Tburbur. First money, $50; second, $20. Star won, Fnuny second. The boys' pony race was from a grand-stand poiut of view, one of the prettiest races on the program. The start was made at the judges stand and the race was for one mile, free to all boys under 1C years of age. The following entries were made, nine in nil: Cricket, Frank Fairchilil; Billy, Louis Bcrns; Sorrel Top, George New man; To be, Chester Black; Blue Fly. Paul Wells; Kid, Duo Chisholtn; But ton, Joe Isbell; Doge, ,Leo Doyle (A. P;jAlleu owner); NellieLuke O'Brien, hirst money, $i'0; 6coud7$10. "" vtSufrvl Top won, Nellie second. An iitnulmj; fuaure.of this .race wasbe actions of 'RluwFIyi 'wlufteAhet KisU 100 yards flew the truck ami cu? across to the home si i etch, whero be waited, standing crosswise on the truck, until the others came up. Blue Fly then entered the raco for all he was worth, but fiulsbed third. His youthful rider after the race inquired, very seriously, if there was any third money, aud when he feuud there was pone, was very anxious to run a match race with any pony ou the ground. Burring this ono incident theporiiw ran splendidly, the boys keeping their mounts well iu band, and the runners were bunched during the quarters. They finished together. A match ,raco of first three very close 600 yards between D. M. Francis' S'ar and J. W. TbUrbur's Bay Dick was then run. Star came in about 100 feet ahead of Bay Dick'. A picked nine, composed of Winslow and Flagstaff players, contested with the Williams team at 2:46. 'The game lasted an, hour and a bait and resulted in a victory for the plcked'nlne. ' HOMS. Harry Hoxworth judged the' foot race. ThajodRMoff the first, davjsracea were A. T. Cornish,' jotin 'W. Weath- erford and Al Doyle. " , , tfhe'foUowiog.qffiolaied at Tuesday's events: FletcberjFairchild, Al Doyle and WmvMoIutyre ( The llitlmibatlon of Sad Franciseo Peaks was noVmuch of 'a!s it pyrotechnic-' point ,et t rW.,kt the fre was vWhleiroja Jerome, Prescott, Ash Fork and other towns with'la ? a radius of 160 miles east aad west as Well as north and south. j ' Everything was cqndaoted la, a business-like mannerand tbe events were brought off without a friction of av ijln'd. " ' ' ' ' ' i '" J. Vfl Spacing says heihu mpired his last. game of ball, forjawhile. The members of the; receptlen com mittee are' entitled to the thanks of U for the manner In t'whlcn they' took care of the. visitors. Barry Hoxworth was one 'of those; who worked the hard est;' Saturday be 'canvaeseei the town thoroughly for rooms, going lo every residence, and during the celebration was to be seen everywhere. The, ball at tbe opera bouse Monday night was a magnificent affair. A peep at ihe daucers at about 11:50 p. ru. brought up haay Baemories of newspaper-piotures we-bad. seea-of tbe Bradley-Martin ball. It was fine. There was lots of dust flying aroaad during the two-days,but it did sot phase the' good-Batuted crowd, espe cially the Wiusluw delegatioa.iwbo look it asaB omeaof -weleome. The waterworks were very much la demand. Tbe truck was heavy 'with Must and an occasional gust of wiad made it disagreeable uow aud then for those wbo did not Cud seats' in the grand stand. Everything was quiet and orderly up town, as well. as on the grounds. The Mhootlna; Toaraimrat, . MONDAY, JULY 6. First event, ten live birds, purse $30, three monies. Hlbben. Brady, Chubb, Aitken, Brown, Gildner. Gib son and Moore tied on nine birds each. Tie shot off in second match, Chubb. Hlbben and Gildner again tieing1 'and money divided. Second money won by Holmes, Moore and Morrison eight birds and divided. Third money won by Francis,. Ross and Poutbioon seven birds and djvided. Second event, fifteen live birds. purso $45, four monies. First money ' won try Hlbben, Chubb, Graham ,and Gildner with fifteen blrdseaclt. Second money by Aitken and Nirman, four teen birds. Third money by Holmes and Brady, thirteen bird a: Fourth money, Ross, Francis. Morse and Gib son, twelve birds. TUESDAY. JULY 6. ',Third-reveut.XtweflUfive!3lDaH5mato-tarpets( for the Flagttuff gold medal; twenty-two entriex Medal Won by J. Hniolmi's of Phoenix. .with a scum of twTnty-foufcMrds, - , ,,,, , ,Mi , Fourth erent, u'am !t.ti of TouM-' from earh club, fifteen inanimate tar- .. gets. Phoenix Club represented' by Holmes, Aitken, Chubb and Graham; Flagstaff Club by Gosney, Francis, Ross and Freidlein; Winslow Cluo by Sherwood, Norman, Moore and Brown; Williams by Isherwood, Gibson, Gild net and Dean, tbo latter two members of Flagstaff Club, shooting with VVill laras to fill,;put their team. Scorn showed Phoenix 43, Flagstaff 34, Winslow 32 and Williams.32, giv ing the purse of 150 to Phoenix. Fifth event, ten inanimate . targets, purse $25 with entrance added, four monies. First money won by Holmes on nine birds. Second monev tied be tween Graham,, Chubb, Norman. Brown and Gosney. Tie shot off to- Graham and Gosney and divided! Third money tied between. Ross. Gild ner, Moore, Gibson and Francis. . Tla shot off and won by Gildner. Fourth money won by Aitken. Financial. ,-,,, . New: York, July 1 A special to the Herald from WasblBgtoa says: ' "Government financial affairs' are la good, shape," said Secretary Gage la aa interview. '! feel assared tht:by JuneSO, 188, governmeBt aValrs.wlll be, In Better coaditloB,,! whiles the people, will have, cause ior.thaaWai nees. -We sot tialy bave a gol re serve" of $141,006,000, but there is not a cloud nslrtt as to Its coailaaaice. apprcxiasately; ' at that very cosilert- able leVel. The hoardiiigof goM-has- slopped., The sew tariff law will-give business a seiitea cosaitioa, we nope, for, a loBgj lime, and that. It will also give the goverBmeBtsuMcleBt raveie for its aeeds, .doing away with a deficit, wenaye eauecactory eviueoce." WAMWCiTOir, July 1. The moathly cosaparatlve statement' of goyerasieat receipts and expenditures, shows, that during June the receipts from all sources amounted to $36,684,708; ex-BeaditHres,- $22,934,694, vjeavlag a , sarplus for the month of $13,860,014. Tbe; deficit for. the fiscalyear closed ,. yesterday' was $18';$23,10$; a?redtic tUo of $l;831,96 aiaee. Mreh:l of ' the present year,' jj V CS . 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