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-gfe.-ifr - .& m .JU. 'J . - itU. U -? ski UcCIwocMUUcrj&iiu. JIIL'USDAY. AUGUST 15. 1895. XOTICi: TO THE VUULIO. All contracts and bills for advertising pay able monthly. Adicrtlslng rates given upon application. l!ii-lnev locals 10 cents per lino for first ln .ortion, anil J cents per lino for each subso ucnt Insertion The Coconino Sun is pleased to contribute In public mattcis but all not Ices of festivals, f ais. meetings of -societies, suppers, enter tainments and mention of marriages, births uml deatli-s beyond tho regular announce ment, will beehaiged for at regular rules. CITY SUNBEAMS, Lei Strauss overalls sixty eeuts at K..gei l'lie postollice at Challeudel lias been iliM'oiitimiotl. L.iumli lists, bound in books, can In- hail at tho SUN office. ling lax is now duu ami payable '.o l.ulial llochderffor. Cio to Collin's for fresh fruits, dressed lu.ultn and full cream cheese. l'he county jail now only contains tn piisoueis, both sent up from Wil liams. dents, go to Rogers for your line .lioes. A nice patetit leather the I Hist. Do not forget the ball given by tho Rig-laff Athletic Club to-morrow I'm ate boxes for ladles at the Par i,.i Exchange restaurant. Barney Si .irs, pi oprietor. l'lie M. E. Sunday school children ami their teachers are enjuj Ing a picnic at Anderson's ranch to-day. We catry a choice stock of fish, ininti, fruits, cheese, butter ami irV Collin Bros., Flagstaff, Arizona. A full line of Stetson hats just re iiied at Hogers. They are tho latest h ies and colors, anil tho prices are iit J'lie ladies of the Presbyterian church r.wv a supper iu tho Adams building 1 in mIjv night which netted the neat mi in of .S0. J'he Tcrrltoiial reform school is be ginning to show its proportions. The m iiie work on tho central portion is a "Jilt completed. The safo iu tho supervisors' oflleo was sold to Xavajo county Monday, ami J. A. Lamport loaded it on the irs Tuesday to bu shipped to Hol brook. h go out of town or send away fa cheap clothes when you can have a Mi.t made in first-class stylo and per fr.t lit at Babbitt Bras.' tailoring do MI tlllUllt. Vn eiitertaiumeut will bo givcu at tlie illiams Opera Hoitso Saturday ii nl It will be for tho benefit of the X ill. mis Baseball Club and promises t bi ,i big success. K.ui's Clover Hoot, tho great blood pup liii'i', gives frcshuess and clearness i the complexion and cures constipa- i 'ii, i'o cunts, 50 cents and $1. For mi. l W. H. Edwards. Just leceivcil, a caso of ribbed uuder- ii. $1.30 a suit. Cau't wear them " "'. is what every ouu says when they l""k .it tliein. Hogers' is the place, for fu tithing goods. lbeiewill be preaching services iu t a l'lesbUerian church uoxt Sunday nii'ining and evening. Kov. I. T. W Intii-iiioro of Floreueo is expected to ' I'ltselll uilh tin. iirietnr. Ilu'ie are some people who never W'ji'daik glasses and yet they never ' an) thing bright) it's tho people Wiki ai i" ih speptie and soured. Every thing is out of joint tylth such people. ' I suffered many years with dyspepsia an.! iiier troubles, but havo been re I" nl since taking Simmous Liver lb nl.itur I know others who havo '"' j,iealh benefited by its use." m J '"us Now hunl, Carrollton. Mo. 1 J.'liu Kaggen anil Jou Dixon, both "-'"I'l'Ores at the Hhoades logging '""iili. got aboard of train No. 1 yes- ' '".I) .ifleinoon at Wlllhims anil told ll" -unluetor they wanted to stop at Hli..:ul., They woro told that tho l'.nn did not stop there, ami that they "ii.l eiihergut olf the train or pa Mi fare to Belleiuout, and they con- 'hd to do the latter. At Bellemont in abused iliu conductor for not stop l"V al Hhoades and threateucil to do '""i bu.lii Injur. Deputy sheriff "" hlld was on tlie train and endeay '""1 ti ipiiet Kaggen, but without ' 'l lh. finally placed him under 1,1 "st, when K-i-'irun resist ei'. and was tilled hi Ui.Miii. Afli.r puiwIiW-,!,!,, '''lll'lu both W'ei'i;iii'i'i"li'il mul Iniiinrlit , - o"- ii' r .liwtt.... .. ii... i ii..! "'" "i iiiu i cacu iiuuu 'M Kagg.ni $20 and Dixou was lined Both realize uow that it costs Mnetlijug to (esist au olj(!er. A delicious drink is tho milk shako at Collin Bros. Remember the graud ball on Friday night, August ICth. If you need boots and shoes try Gcorgo Baguall. Thcro is lots of fruit comiug in from Vordo ami Beaver valleys. There will bo no "bloomer club" organized iu Flagstaff this j ear. Hood's Pills cure all liver ills, teliuve constipation aud assist digestion. 25 cents. Tho ladies of tho II. K. church will hold a fair during the liist week in De cember. Good musio will bo furnished at the Flagstaff Athletic Club's ball to-morrow night. For Sale A geutlo saddle or buggy horse. Will drive single or double. Inquire at tho SUN office. ' Florence Donahue, John Brady, Kid Lacombo and George McAdams left Tuesday for tho Moipii suako dance. F. A. Armitage, Babbitt Bros.' mer chant tailor, is au artistic cutler, and suits made by him are always elegant (its. A couple of soiled doves were ar rested last night for lighting. Justice of tho Peace Prime will adjust their differences to-day. The plastereis are in possession of tho new schoolhottsc, and it is expected that tho building will bo completed by the 1st of September. Tho date for tho trip of Flagstaff bi cyclists to the Giaud Ciiiyon is lixed for August 22d. Wheelmen from other towus are invited to join. Tho Arizona Central bank savings department pays fair interest and affords a convenient depository to those having small amounts to deposit. Word has been received heio that the soldiers from Foit Whipple have post poned their summer maich and Held duty, and they will not therefore bu iu Flagstaff as was intended. Shiloh's cure is sold on a guarantee. It cures incipient consumption. It is the best cough cure. Only 1 cent a dose. 25 cents, 50 cents and $1, For salo by W. H. Edwards. John Clark has about completed a largo barn on his place uoith of town. The barn is 70.50 fee', and is tho most substantial ouo iu this section. W. S. Decloss was the contractor. Do you sto the testimonials written by people who have been cuicd of various diseases by Hood's Sarsapa rilla? They point the way for oti if you need a good medicine. Where do oti eat? J cat at Car roll's, the only neat and clean restau rant iu town. Evenono goes there. The most popular family result. Good attention to all. Carroll leads. Ono of tho best featuiesof the Pallor Exchange icstauraiit is the excellent quality of tho coffee that is served. It is prepared by the new French drip process, aud canuot bo excelled. The averago main citizen of Flag staff likes to wear well-fitting clothes, and when he desires a good suit and a perfect fit ho gets the suit from F. A Armitage, the cutter at Babbitt Bios. Mrs. T. S. Hawkins, Chattanooga, Toun., sajs: "Shiloh's Vitalize! saved my life. I consider it the best remedy for a debilitated system I eer used." For dyspepsia, liver or kidney trouble it excel?. Price 75 .cents. I or salo by W. H. Edwards. Tho service at tho Presbyterian church last Sunday morning wai largely attended and the sacraments impressively administered. One young persou was baptized on profession of faith and live children were conse crated in tho sacred ordinance. The church was decorated with plants and flowers about tho table of tho Lord's Supper. A short address was deliv ered by the pastor from tho text, "We are journeying unto tho placo of which the Lord said: I will give it to) on; coniM thou with us and wo will do thee good," alter which the professing Christians present partook of tho com munion. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, DR.' CREAM BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free (torn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant; '"' O YEARS THE STANDARD. WW GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER. Tho Trial of Gus Mudersbaoh for Killing Wm. Klostormyor, STORYiOF THE SHOOTING. Tho Jury Itelurn u Verdict of Jlnn- sliuttlhtcr. Willi a Uecomniendii tlon for Mercy Sentenced to Vumn for Seven Years Friday was given to liudiug a jury for tho trial of (Jus Muduisbach for the mm del of William Klosteimyer at Bellemont 011 May 29th. U'ho selection of tho jury was linished at tho adjournment of com t, ami they were nut, as has beeu customary heie tofore, allowed to go to their homes and places"of business, but were placed iu charge of bailiffs and kept within tho com (room dining tho night, and until they rendered their verdict Sun day morning the were not allowed to separate. The jurj men selected were Al Grady. F. E. Burke, M. M. Fisher, Samuel Douglas, George C. Moisu, E. H. Jones, W. E. Hochdeiffer, J. M. Biau nen, G. II. Collin, Charles McLean, J. W. Francis and Albeit Alvoid. The jurv was an intelligent one, being in this respect far above the average. The attorneys for the defense were E. S. Clark, !!. S. Gosney and W. L. Van Horn. For tho IVnitory District Attorney Jones wns assisted by T. S. Hunch of Navajo county. Saturday was spent iu hearing the evidence aud the arguments of the attorneys. Tho evidence was about all tlie same by the witnesses and the same as elicited at the coroner's in quest. Km new evidence was intro duced by either side. The case was given to the jury at 7:30 Saturday evening. The jinljrc in structed the jury that they could render one of three verdicts that the defend ant is guilty of murder, that the de fendant is guilt of manslaughter, that the defendant is in"' guilty. Sunday morning at J:" the jury had agreed upon a verdict of man slaughter, with a recommendation for tho mercy of tho Oourt. The extreme penalty for man slaughter is ten carsafiil Aliindaj- ifternoon Judgo Hawkins sentenced Mudcisbach to imprisonment in the Territoiial piion at Yuma for seven years. A motion for a new trial was over ruled, and an appeal will bo taken to the Supremo Court, which meets in January, 1896. The crime for which Gus Mudeis bach now suffers was committed in Helleinont on May 29, 1895. Kloster mjer and Mudersbach were both own ers of bands of sheep, and in driving a band of sheep to the sheaiing pens at Bellemont Klostermer drove his sheep through the range of Mudersbach, and iu so doing he picked up a number of tho hitter's sheep. ' A demand was made upon Klostcr uiyer b Mudersbach for the sheep, but the funnel declined to "pull" .them until the) were placed iu tho shearing pens. Mudersbach came to Flagstaff and obtained a writ of replevin, aud taking Constable Dickinson with him ho re turned to Bellemont. Tho writ was served on Klostennyer, and the pro ceeding incensed him. Meeting Mu dersbach iu front of Payne's place ho commenced to abuse him. The men had quarreled before and Mudersbach had got the worst of it. In his talk 1 Klootei ni) or mailo a motion with his hand that Mudersbach mistook for a motion to draw a pistol. Without a moment's hesitation he drew his pistol 'pud shot Klostennyer. Three shots were lircd, one going through the heat I, instantly killing Klostennyer. On examination it was found that, al though having carried a gun for years, K!o.termcr did nut have one ou his person, but had left it at his ranch. Tlie Williams .lull, The Board of Supervisors will, if tho plans and specilications are followed, build a neat, substantial branch jail at Williams. The biiililiug.will bo 24x14 feet, one-story brick, with stono foun dation. It will contain au oflicu in front, with two cells iu tlie roan Tho colls will bo of woud, 2;.0 inch pieces lini)) nailed together, Thu jail will bo au ornament to tho tow'ii and will bu a safe place to keep pilsouers. The cost of the structure will probably be about 1,000. LaulicM' Cafe. Pil vale tables, with ficsh linen every day. Meals served iu tlie latesf style. Family tourists accommodated. Sa"u' Francisco street, next door to Car roll's restaurant. f fBKHfl $3P5l331H Header, did you over take Simmons LlVKR ItEOULATOn, tllO "KlNd OF Livr-it Medicines?" Everybody needs tako a liver remedy. It is a sluggish or diseased liver that impairs digestion and causes constipation, when tho wasto that should bo carried off remains in tho body and poisons the whole system. That dull, heavy feeling is due to a tornid liver. Biliousness, Headache, Malaria and Indigestion are all liver diseases. Keep tho liver activo by an occasional doso of Simmons Liver Reg ulator and you'll get rid of theso trou bles, and givo tone to tho wholo sys tem. For a laxative Simmons Liver Regulator la better than Pills. It does not gripe, nor weaken, but greatly refreshes and strengthens. Every package 1ms tlie Real Z stamp on the ' wrapper. J. II. Zcilin & Co., Philadelphia. DISTRICT COUKT. William Mooney vs. Arizona Lumber and Timber Co. Cause dismissed by consent of both parties. Territory vs. William Smoot, charged with illegally brauding cattle Trial by jury and a verdict of not guilty re turned. Hugh McCrlim vs. W. A. and P. P. Daggs et al The report of tho re ceiver, D. M. Francis, was returned ami tiled, and on motion of plaintiff's attorneys John Tories was appointed to audit the accounts of the receiver. llobert Bancroft and James Couloy, indigent witucsses, were allowed $10 20 for expenses. W. II. Key vs. J. F. Daggs 1. I'. Daggs and W. A. Daggs Defendants were ordered to file a new injunction bond iu place :if bond (iled iu Decem ber, 1891, whL-h has been lost or mis laid. Sachs Bros. vs. Cameron & Li ml Judgment aeated and defendants given thirty days in which to tile answer. - Territory" vV Francisco Gonzales Gonzales was sentenced 'lo-siiteen months in the Territorial prison. Court adjourned to meet in De cember. The Suntu l'o Cnse. The application of the United States Trust Company for the appointment of separate receivers for the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Company came up for hearing before Judge Collier at Albu querque Monday. A largo number of prominent attorneys are now in that city from the North and will tako part iu tho arguments. Among the attor neys are George 11. Peck, general soli citor of the Santa Fo system; E. D. Kenna, general solicitor for the St. Louis aud San Francisco; W. S. Ros singtoii, solicitor for tho Union Trust Company, ami John XV. Noble aud F. XV. Jennings for the United States Trust Company. (1. A. IE. llntes. Tlie ualional encampment, G. A. It., will be held in Louisviile, Ky., Sep tember 10th to 14lh inclusive. Tickets will ,bo sold over tho A. and P. good for tho round trip at $02 45. Tickets will be sold only from September 4lh to 8th, inclusive. The limit for return is: East of Missouti liver, to October Gth; west of Missouri river, to October 31st. For particulars apply to C. XV. Davis, agent A. and P. railroad. Curd of Thanks. The undersigned desire to thank the citizens of Bellemont and Flagstaff for their kind'iesi during the illness and death of our liltlo daughter Nellie. Mn. and Mas. T. J. GitACE. Grand Chief Templar YValbridgc and party left Preseott yesterday for Flag staff. m m Notice. Notice is hereby given that citizens interested iu the unclaimed portion of the cemetery are requested lo call on N. G. Lay ton, Secretary of Board, or J. Gutlule Savage, Treasurer, for deeds to lots already taken. m.vhi:ii:i). IinNNKfeSY-QAItRETr-In PlagstalT, Au. gustlU, lSOi.MIss Magglo Ilenucssyto Mr John Garrett, both of Tombstone, Hew II Giatijon officiating. U1EI). l)E IUVAZ-In riugstalT, August 13, lbOJ, ' Ueglnuld N. C. Do ltlvuz, aged 27. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Hlfhut Medal and Diploma. HOW PLEASANT It is to go into a business house where you know your trade is aj)preciated, and where every legitimate effort is made to please and retain your patronage. While these pleasant relations exists betivcen our house and the buying public, nevertheless, aside from the prompt attention customers receive at our store, we make it a pleasant place for you to buy, there is which you can buy cheaper than We want your trade, call in cost you nothing but a little time. GOODS PROMPTLY DEblVERBD. FLAGSTAFF COMMERCIAL COMPANY, WllOLESALK AND RkTAIL DKALEBS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. GEORGE BAGNALL, Boot aid Shoe aiufacturer, TLAGSTAIT, A1UZOXA. T .ii,, l.fiiinil tn c. .11 kltnnc 'it F l.nlll. M. It... .JU..I... .UdUlt 0..UV.J 1.W M. UUV...J, New York and Boston prices; not Ari zona prices. Ii you want uig bar- rrnllio Pimm tn Ilia storo. Prion 111V n - "-" ----- , Shoes and see for yourself. Bo son- . .... .. r.. " .... .. vinccil. -lo sell suoes quick is to sell 1i.i.ii .it In,,' ,,1'lr.na T .1,1, r.nncietnnt wi...!. ... .... r..v.o. ..... u. ........... with the times. All kinds of Boots anil Shoes made to order. Uppers of ill ilfwri'int wmc llmrnriiirr Rrmilt'. ing of all kinds. Solo leather, nails, shoe liudings and shoemakers' tools of all kinds ou hand. Ou may not liae llio lirutty feci Tlmt tliu sculptors ulways use. Tliougli none will know It on tho street H they're chill In llagnall's Shoes. SUMMONS. In the Dhtrlct Court of tho Fourth Judicial District, In and for Coconino County, Arl- zojiu territory. HtoIlin?r-R.McDONALr. Plaintiff, JOHN McDOXALI), DefeRdiiUt Tho Territory of Arizona sends grecTlilfr ta JOIIll -MCl'OIKlKi: You are hereby summoned and required to appear In a civil action brought against you by tho above named plaintiff In the District Court of tho 1'uurth Judicial Dlstilct, in and for Coconino County, Territory of Arizona, und answer the complaint Hied with this Court at riagstalT. In said County, (a copy of which complaint accompanies tills summons) within ten days (evclush oof thedayof ser vice) after tho service upon you of this sum mons. If served within tho County, but If served out of tho County and within the District, then within twenty days. In all other cases thirty days. And you aro hereby notified that If you full to appear and answer tho complaint as above required, tho Plaintiff will take Judgment by default against you. Given under my hand aud the seal of tho said District Court at flagstaff, Arizona, tills 7th day of August, A. I). 1895. SE.u.- OSCAU GIBSON, Clerk. EDWARD M. DOE. Attorney for Plaintiff. A. As P. Excursions. KNIGHTS TEMPLAR CONCLAVE. Tlio A. & P. will sell round trip tickets from Flagstaff to Boston for the triennial eouelavo Kuights Tem plar, which meets at that place ou August 2Cth to 30th, 1895, at $02.85. Tickets will bo on sale only ou August loth to 21st inclusive. Continuous passage goiug, stop-over privilege re turning, with liual cveut Sept. 17th, 1895. EXCfltSION TO CITV OF MEXICO. The A. & P. railroad will sell round trip tickets from Flagstaff to tho City of Mexico foresees. Tickets will bo sold only ou July 11th to 15th inclu sive and from August 28th to Sept. 1st inclusive. Tickots limited to 30 days going with final limit of 60 days. Stopovers will be grauted iu either direction witliiu limit in Mexico. Further information can bo obtained from the A. & P.. agcut, C. W. Davis, at this place. Summer K.-icursloii to, the Coast. The Atlantic & Pacific railroad com p.my will run a number of summer excursions to the Pacific coast. Tickets will bo sold to Los Angeles, Kcdoudo Beach, Santa Monica and Sau Diego, from Flagstaff and return for $31. Tickets good for uiucty days, con tinuous passago to and from San Ber nardino, with stop-over privilege be yond that point within, the final limit of, tb.c- ticket- Tickets will be sold only on tho fol lowing dates; May 21, Juno 4, Juuo 18, July 2, July 16, July 80, August 13, August 27. For any information in regard to theso excursions apply to C. W. Davis, agent, Flagstaff. always something in our stock in other stores. and get our prices, it will Qaality JBfyle. a -8- - Both are desirable and even in Groetjery arjd lossWare. I have just received a line of Crockery and Glassware -S in both plain and fancy A shapes. It is from N the" best- potteries J D - Come and see O E this elegant H R line of N S goods. O N I keep everything in the line of QroGeries ?; Do you use CANNEB GOODS? Come and see MY STOCK B. HOGK, DEALER 1.1 Fancy Groceries, Fine Cigars, Tobaccos and Fresh Candies. RAILROAD AVENUE. ARIZONA FLAGSTAFF, ARIZ -n01drtBaa-tiBNectktr Merest Pali 01 Time D? CollecUo' ESTABLISHF Your Banking T BML BANK J. fl. HOSKI '5H L if -' I .: i ,)l I It i I t! ' ' 1 1 ml ;, J&'ttJitt &aA -r-'.'i ..isSte .r'l.i'r'ff. Tf .