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FLAGSTAFF. ABIZlWA, THU1I8DAY, APRIL 1, I8H7.
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only be ofthe GET THERE
kind in delivery, but we must
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prices as well.
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THE PRICES ARE
THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO.,
Judgo Hawkins Changes Off With
The John Ilawlts Trial Takes Up the
Tlinn at the Court luring
JihIi) ll.iuRiin inlj'iiiiiii'il I lie Dis
trict, (.iiiii t fast Tliursil.iy until Muii
ilny, n plump1 f vpiiiih liiiving Iihom
pr.tcil for in tliu iM3uf J. II. Iliiskins
jr. m. K. n. I).ik. Jiulpi .1. i:
Uetliiini', ulio u,n lMIliiir votiitn
Tiipfnii, u-ii ftit for mill Jmlg
IlankliH left Kilil.iy to tnko Ii!h plmn.
Juilii Iti'iliiinu m rit i1 Snhdij
inoiiiinjj;iti(l oieniU" vuiiit Muiiila)' nl
The. l'.iso of .f. II. Hiwkin vi. It. K
U.igs, lielu mi m-tiim to ircoVL'f llii
gum of $300 .il'l l tlvfc-nil.int, w8
8l)UtillUU'l iiVt'l' II II ill tlll-l tllnllllllp
Tlio niixt chii on lliu ilocki-t. tin
Teiiltory s. John H.iUs, iuiliutul ly
thu r.iiul jni fur MKiiihliinghti-r, w.ih
set fur S o'clock,
Diituh-t Attoinoy H. S. Clmk up
pcruil for thu 'I'miitorv anil Attiumns
J. E. Joncri mill T. S. lluiuli for thu
Tho first wltmm nxiimitii'il by Iho
proippiiliiin wits William Sweunoy of
Gallup, N. M who ti Milled to wit
nessing tho shooting of Ocillio Silva
by John Ilmvks, his tustimony tuud
ing to show thiil Iho killing of tho
Mexican wns UDJusUliabln on tlio
ground of self (lofoiisu.
Several other wiluesscs, all Mexi
cans, for tho prosecution followed
Mr. Sweeney, their testimony In tbo
main going to show tho peaceablo
character of Cecilllo Sllva and that tbo
shooting Was unwarranted by any
' pita of Belf-deffuee.
Court adjuurued tben until 9 o'clock
Tuesday morning two more Moxi
oans were called, giving about the
samo testimony as that of their coun
trymen exnmlued Monday.
Sheriff B. H. Cameron testlfird to the
arrest of tlio defendant. Dr. W. S.
e 7 . n ' -i- afc hii ua m w.-s -.-
ii if ?' .,T j v i.. .. '.i-. . mmm m. .m tmm
J "( THE Wm COURT.
that we must not
us as a special
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Kibumin was liia l.tsi. iyltnoi for Uim
pnHftrutlitii am), h Ausnrer to qtb-s.
t!on by itiuntul for tho 'IVrrltory nml
thu di'friiHp. Ntali'il tint Sllva may
havo dicil from n hum in Imgi or utm
ilar nOmuiit I'liN imhImiI the ux.im -imtioii
for tho Teuituit.
Tbn defiiiisn tiitllml Prank Llio to
thu staml. ThU wllmtsi tefttlii.-il (
bing presont at the killing of Sila:
wag withiu fight or tun futofihe
lattrr wliou liu hiiw him f.ill; iliil unt
ii'tt llavvki sliuoi; nwv tbu Ali-xii-an
rtlso from a vruurhing position ami
advance upon ilefciidiinl, .somii inn
.M'llud, "L'mpI; out, Ilitwl.!!" at which
thu hitter turned around mid seeing
l lie Mexican nppiourliiur him iiipul y
ami with his light hind to his hip
p cl;et ciilluil out to Silv.i to "s'np
tikejoiir h.tuil out of ymr pocket"
Tiiu defendant, repeated this command
twice and Sllvi was tlit.ii witliiu llnit
feet of IIuuk; at the ecuid vomimi'id
Silvn ktopjied, took a step l)ickv:ird.
willi his band Mill upon his hip; idiot
naillied then and thu Mexican fell,
Oicioss exitiiiinatloii witiicss' testi
mony lemaiued unshaken.
Tim next wiltiess o.ill(l was Geofgo
Marshall, who teslllled to weeing the
deceased Silv.i advancing in a tlueat
uiiing milliner toward defendant.
Witness palled out. "Look out,
llawl.s." Diifeudant wheeled around
and as Sllva was upproaeliing ppin
mauded him to stop, to tuko ids liaiid
out of his pocket; witness then 6,iw
aofuiidutit sliont Sllva, who was m
cluse upon Hawks that thu clothing
of ili'fo.tied caught flro from tho pistol.
Witness testllied to being awaro of
the trouble betwoen Sllva and John
Hawks and to witnessing, some time
befuio the shooting, deceased throw
ing a rock at defendant and hitting
him iu tho neck.
R. C. Jones testllied to being in
front of saloon when shooting hap
pened; saw tho deceased advancing
upon Hawks with his right band in
vicinity of blp pocket; witnoss thought
be could distinguish instrument of some
kitid looked like a kuifo, but was
not sure Iu right band of Silva.
Heard some one call out, "Look out,
Hawks." Saw Hawks wheel around,
facing the Mexican, and commanded
him (Silva) to halt and take bis band
out of bis pocket. Sllva stopped and
Mimed slightly lo the tight though
... biaco himself, his hand 8till bniug
iu vicinity of hip pocket. Hawkn
then Hied ami Silva fell.
Thomas McMillon was the nexi
.viiness; staled that deceased Silva
.mil been iu Ills employ at FlsherV
laiiks for two mouths prior to the
illliiig; Silva approached witness one
lav ami asked to be excused irom his
voik, as ho wanted to go to Flagstaff
mil kill Johu Hawks; deceased le-
peaied this tlileai to witness the same
veiling. The next day witness was
in town ami seeing Hawks near Bab
bitt's, told him what the Mexican
Silva had said and warned him lo be
on his guard.
Will D. Tiukerleititied substantially
the same as witnesses Marshall uud
'1 be defendaut, was then put on the
stand and related to the Jury the
details of the shooting; testllied to
having been bit iu the neck with a
stone by the Mexican Silva soma time
before this and o having been warued
by Mr. McMillon that the deceased
bad threatened to kill him. When
Silva adrauced upon defcudaut, wit
ness believed be was about to carry
his threat Into execution. Told him
to take his band out of his blp pocket,
fearing bewas about to draw a knife
or a-nvolrrr.s Tfaedefeudaut,Jearlng
for Bqllf. tbeu shut. Mr. Hawks
testified to not having met or seeu the
deceased Sllva before shooting that
ulg&t, Had when he beard someone
call out," -Look out. Hawks," and
turning, saw this Mexican advancing
upou klra, .believed that be would be
killed unions be defended, himself. Ou
being ; BiMstioietf wby be ran away
MMMSwBpiy,,) after the shooting, wit
fsl'ls "'tfihjSet! that he wns:r.v.ij finm
tlagsiatr two dy$ aud thu nmw
hack to give himself up; that he weui
to bis iionfd ..JX'-'uiil far " iew days.
His father advued him to go awn
until tho thing blew over, aud then
return and stand ttial. Witness ful
lowed this adviie ami went away.
J. F. Hawks, father of thu defend
ant, was placed ou the staml ami testi
fied thai b'i had advised defendant, to
skip out until the matter quieted down,
thai limes weiu haul just then with
him; if John would stay a.vuy unlit
whiles was financially able to defend
thu licensed, and until the thing hud
blown over, he would Maud by the
defendant ami see him tliiuugli the
The aflid ivit of Willi tin Shrover, an
eye-witness of the slio iiiig,'v.is in
troduced and read bl counsel f ir lie
f -miaul. Iu the dep.slilou S'iroyeri
who is now a lesideiitof lliilNh Colilui
uia, swears that ho s uv the Mexican
iilv.ineiiig iipun Hawks with uplift. d
hind, iu which he held a llilii knife;
llialJotiu Iliwks tire I lu self defenso,
Thu defenso heiu tested their ease
ami counsel for the piosecutioii. Dis
trict Atloriiuy i'. S, Ulaik, uiailo his
opening addiev) lo the jury. Mr.
Clai k's i; iirgumen's w el n foi eilile,
stiong and at limes sensational; the
addrus was a very able one.
T. S. liuiicb of counsel for thu de
fense, at the conclusion of the mgii
meiit of tho piosecutioii, begin Ihe
opmiiug adtliess for the defendant and
dwelt at length on thu cuuii's instruct
ions to tho jury, ami tbo law ami tho
evidence. J. E. Jones then took up
the cudgel and in an eloquent nmuner
reviewed thu evidence botli for and
against the defense. He made a most
telling plea and in one instance almost
bi ought teais to tho eyes of tho jurois
by his allusion to tho devotion of tho
father for the unfortunate son.
I Tbo District Attorney gavo ids
closing address and at 6 o'clock the
case svent to the jury.
The jury was out about two hours
and a half and returned a verdict of
The case of M. Altraann, charged
with grand larceny, comes up this
Tho case of tbo Territory vs. Frank
Rogers, charged with horsestealing,
tried yesterday, resulted in a verdict
B. F. GREENLAW
Hative Pine Lumber. Ties, Bridge Timbers,
Telegraph Poles, Mining Stulls, ,
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and lots of it. We want to say to you:
- that we have the best quality'oT VfgfaK,U ,
ever seeu in this part of the country, '5
and more of it; that our prices are higher
V ' Jhan ever before heard of I lpii
Can Corn 65 per can. , Vt
" Punken " (Arkansaw) ... .40 per can. ;'.'? ,
Nutmegs $1.00 each.
Onions, soap and other table luxuries
ANY OF THE ABOVE DAINTIES WILL RE
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WHICH IS CRIPPLED," GETS WELL.
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AGSTAFF COMMERCIAL CO. STORE
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FLAGSTAFF. ARIZONA .
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C. A. GREENLAW
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AND DEALERS IN.
A. KELLER, PnoPFUKTOR,
DR. A. J. SHORES
The V.CU nnd ino?t rocicnful ipcelatlKt cf Uie rt;c in the
trcatn cnt tt all Cluuuiz. .v ruun ui.U l'rnuio I i t-a i ii la
liolli A.I.U and Morncn. Ml ducac ol tl.e lijc. I.. r. lutd,
lIiri.at.J.uiis.Hin-iiin.I.tvoraid Bowrh. Kimifj, I1 ld!cr
mi I L'ntiarjr Tnmlilis, Kuplurp, Calnrrli, riles i:ftt. mi d
ntloccletrcnlcU una unlmlinR tuntis Difcustst f i.i i..cn
peculiar lo lair fei wlBiillln-ully trenltd aiut i Lru r.i ci.tlr
cured. Iixs or itrtiul lia ct inanlr toucr aid Mi: r lu
50U11C, mit'.dlc ast.il c t Id uicn pokiuiely rislortd. V.otlcn
inz diaiua IiUliinplho Vltajiiy, dcttror tho hiallh.ttuio
parahMs. Iinainiy and I rematuia death, qukkly n.d j cm
nciitly Kept id. I'iium diieaiesotexery lino ainl i.uti ro
cured v, II IiouthaMiiK any had efTcttf, and that dt'euvlucti
ponoi's iho blood, dtc&t fit lie bones and 1 atin'iiir.mi' c:i!i al
ir.d raintil suffcrluic llian any other known diene. thor
otirhly ami forcuT cured vubout incrcuilcl ttialinuit. la
nil Jirh ate diseases u( Uivu
Not a dollar neod bo paid until cured
Catnrrh anierlalty. Wo irre tlio worst caesln two to
three immllik. Wriiejo-ir tr uUlci II llvlnif nvty from tl e
city. 1lim.ii'lf "! urednl homo lv rocunai ( fsrrlond.
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