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9 -f ..' it! m m , iR ' ; 'Qhc (Shammer Jjiiu. C. M. Funston, Editok. THURSDAY. AUGUST 22, 1895. Subscription rates, ono year 4.00 " six months 2.00 " three months 1.00 Advertising rates.glvcn upon nppllcutlon Address nil communications and make nil remittances to O. 11 1'ukston, Flagstaff, Arizona. Entered at the- Flagstaff post olllco ns second-class matter HftxpfftfH SUN IMON I TUI: I WEPlTHU I fltl I3AT jga .g- g&3 jga. 123 j 5 6 7 "ft 9 IP 11 12 13 14- 15 16 17 .18. 18 2Q 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 I 28 2 30 31 AVISATIIKII. Below Is given thohlghestand lowest points registered by tho thermometer In Flagstaff during the month to this date: AUGUST. Date. Maximum Minimum 1 81 57 S3 68 3 81 M 4 87 51 G .-. 89 68 0 81 67 7 80 61 8 76 9 78 49 10 79 62 11 81 M 12 79 65 13 81 68 14 82 64 15 M) 53 16 83 60 17 84 68 18 89 66 19 86 68 20 : 82 6" 31 79 64 22 ....OS 53 Weather Forecast for Arizona, San Francisco, August 22. Fair, stationary. The motion to appoint a separate receiver for the A. ami P. railroad was heard beforo Judge Collier in Albu qtiorqiio lust week. After a lull argu ment by the attorneys of both sides the motion was denied. Awzona should laise everything it eats and manufacture everything it wears. Naturo has made it possible for it to be the mest independent state :n tho world. uazetle. Tho above is a good protection doc trine from a Democratic paper. Tub significance of the movement among Kentucky distillers of whisky to suspend operations for one year is shown by the statement that while the consumption is but 20,000,600 gallons. tho stock on hand in warehouses Juno 1st was 83,247,014 gallons. This is to bo compared with stocks September 1st of last year amounting to 57,595,- 623 gallons. Theue are a number of idle young men in Flagstaff, whether from force of circumstances or from choice tho Sun does not know. Every young nmn should find something to do. In spend ing his time in idleness he loses more than his time, as he gets into habits that aro haul to shako off It is better for a young man to work for twenty- five cents a day than to spend llio days in idleness. Get something to do, young man, even if it pays but little, and keep at it, and it will not be long until you can get something to do that will pay you better. O. D. Ashley, president of tho Wa bash railroad, would like to see relief systems and pension departments on all railroads, and the fluids for the pen sion should, hu believes, bo contributed largely, if not entirely, by tho' com panies. Ho says further: "Any in dustry or any transportation agency which has tho benefit of the intelligent co-operation of its woi king force, influ enced by personal interest, must have a great advantage in this good will on the part of that force, and tho work of .such a concern will not only bo supe rior, but its cost will bo reduced to the Jo west limits consistent with satisfac tory work. If this is a reasonable and logical expectation, industries or itgon .cies conducted upon tho co-operative plan will yield moresatisfactory profits than those which adhere to the old system, and in order to compute tho ystom will be adopted by most of ilieni." It can hardly ho said that tho outlook for the solution of tho liquor nroblem is hopeful so long as n poor man finds it easier to get a drink than to get something to cat. A citor export who lias made a tour through tho Northwest says tho crop thero will exceed expectations. He estimates tho spring wheat yield at 225,000,000 bushels,- and winter at 240,000,000, making an aggregate of 405,000,000. Some English ladies, residents in China, liavo started a society to put a stop to tho practice of binding the feet of young girls. Chinamen, who resent tho impertinence, ask the members of tho new society to join them in the for mation of a ..natural waist society, to put au end to light-lacing. The Republican League in Arizona will bo reorganized. Geo'rgo Christ, who attended tho meeting of tho execu tive committee of National Republican Leagues, hold in Chicago last week, has been appointed organizer for Arizona. The League did good work when in active operation in this Territory. A well organized league will accomplish good work for the Republican party in Arizona. The board of control was iu session Saturday iu regard to tho paroling of prisoners in tho penitentiary. Numer ous applications were received, but those of only five prisoners were con sidered, and they will bo paroled. They wcro turned out of tho peniten tiary Monday and can enjoy liberty as long as they violate no laws and ab stain from using liquor. If, on the contrary, they fall back into Mays of wickedness they will bo sent back to prison to servo out their sentences. ABOUND ARIZONA. There aro now on the pastures of the Salt river valley at least 25,000 head of cattle, nearly all feeders. Tho Florence "Tribune" says that the item published in the "Gazette" regarding tho elopement of A. S. Humphries with a Mrs. Bessie Douglas is untrue. During tho past year there were shipped from the Territory to outside points 215,111 head of cattlc,"iiud "dur ing May aud June of this year there wcro slaughtered within tho Territory for home consumption 3.C78 head. A. II. Gruwell, a minor employed at tho Homestead miue, ou Lynx creek, died ou the 13th inst. from injuries re ceived two days previous. The brako on the hoist failed to work, allowing the heavy iron bucket used in raising oro to descend rapidly, and iu its descent struck Gruwell on tho head, fracturing tho skull. A twelve-year-old boy of Safford had a disagreeabloexrerieuce. While camp ing out with a paity a rattlcsnako crawled up his leg, inside his pants. Tho boy gave an Apacho yell aud grabbed tho snake. Tho snake was pulled out, but not until the boy had been bitten above the knee. Tlie boy was brought around safely. Tho Flagstaff "Democrat" says that ex-Sheriff Sandy Donaliuo is tho pos sessor of tho origiual of Lo Jeune's fa mous painting, "The Sirens," and in timates that Sandy is considerable of an art connoisseur himself. This is a fact which a number of Arizona towns that have been tinted a lurid line by the redoubtable cx-Shciifi- can testify to. r lorence Tribune. Governor Hughes has appointed Jessie R. Grant of Nogales a commis sioner to tho irrigation convention at Albunuerouc, vico D. J. Branncn, re signed. Mr. Grant, who is a son of tho late president, and who has resided at Nojralcs for tho past three years, is greatly interested in irrigation, which subject ho has made a special study, auil ho will make a good representa tive of tho Territory at that convention. A fow days since E. L. Wetmore killed and skinned agila monster. The bruto was twenly-ono inches long am', unusually finely marked. But the curi ous feature of the affair was that the heart of tho reptile pulsated regularly for more than thrco hours after it was taken from the body. Tho pulsations woro both full and strong. Even when tho valvular portions wcro separated from tho beast tho muscles still con tinued to open and close in that organ. This fact was witnessed by a number of our citizens who can testify to tho truthfulness of this apparently lying lying statement. Citizen. Notice. Notico is hereby given that citizens interested iu the unclaimed portion 01 tho cemeterv are requested to call on N. G. Laytou, Secretary of Bnard, or J. Guthrie Savage, Treasurer, for deeds to lots already taken. BY A Thrilling Experience of Two Men in Sycamore Canyon, Mike Kennedy Killed by a Hear Win. Smith Kscnpes by Ilolllng Down a Canyon, untl After Nino Days ItenclicH a Ha'ncli, On Sunday. August 4th, Mike Ken nedy of Gallup and Williaih Smith of San Francisco left Williams on foot to make their way across the canjoiis and mountains to Jerome. They were in search of work, and expected to find employment iu Jeromo. The first day out thsy eat diuuer at Wagner's ranch and camped that night at an old cabin twenty miles from Williams. They started on their journey early on tho morning of the 5th, and some time early iu tho afternoon, as they were walking along the ridge near the edge of a canyon, having lost the trail, a bear pushed throujjh the bushes near them. Smith saw bruin first, aud with a yell ho started to ruu away, and in his excitement ran over tho edge of the canyon, turning head over heels, and bringing up at tho bottom, two hun dred feet below, on his back. From where ho lay Smith could hear tho groans of Kennedy and tho angry growling of the bear. Tho struggle was a short one, aud Smith lied for his life. He does not know how long ho ran nor in what direction, and only stopped from utter exhaustion, aud fell senseless. Smith docs not kuow how long lie lay where ho fell, but it was daylight when ho recovered, and after wander ing some time ho found a stream of watci. Here ho lay down iu tho water and covered himself with mud, for ho was aching in every portion of his body. After remaining in tho mud several hours ho began his wander ings, aud on Monday he reached a ranch on tho Verde, having followed down Sycamore Canyon. He presented a pitiful appearance at the ranch. His clothing was torn from his body and hung iu shreds, his hands were filled with cactus points, and he was covered with mud, which had dried on his body. During his wanderings down the cauyon lie was forced to eat cactus aud green walnuts. At the ranch ho told his story, but it was not believed, and Smith wearily tramped on to Jerome, whero he told the story of his partner's death, but the story was doubted. He induced a barkeeper, however, to wrilo to Cap. Smith asking him to write to Kennedy's wife. Cap. Smith notified Kennedy's brotlior at Gallup. A traveling salesman, who knew Kennedy, was in Jeromo Saturday and heard Smith's story, and he brought him over to Williams, as Smith said that owing to his wanderings ho could not find the spot where Kennedy was killed from Jerome, but could from Williams. On Monday a party headed by Sheriff Cameron left Williams to find the spot where Smith said tho encounter took place. Tho party was composed of Messrs. Buggeln, Clements, Briggs, Con Kennedy, Michaels, Osborn, Wor rell, Smith and Couard Kennedy. Smith led the party lo the camping place made by them tho night beforo the encounter with the bear, and from thero to tho top of tho ridge, but here ho became confused. Tho party sep arated and began searching. In a short time Kennedy's coat was found, and near by his body. The body was badly decomposed, as it was two weeks since tho fatal encounter occurred. An examination of the body showed that the left arm had been broken below the elbow and that the throat was fearfully lacerated, and the cloth ing was covered with blood. Tho clothing was badly torn. It is supposed that the bear, a she one, had cubs near by, and that the sudden appearanco of tho men startled her and sho attacked Kennedy, with fatal results. It is a rare thing for the brown bear to attack a man, and it is uly when her cubs are in danger that she will do s:, and iMs is tho first in stanc where a man has l"jn known to have been killed by a bear iu Ari zona. The body was buried whero it was found, as it was impossible to move it it to Williams, The scene of tho encounter was about thirty miles south of Williams, iu a place locally known as the Brakes. Mike Kennedy was a resident of Gallup, whero his brother, C. R. Ken nedy, and cousin, Con Kennedy, live. Ho was nbout 40 years old, was indus trious anil well liked. Ho leaves a wife airtl 0110 child to mourn his un timely end. William Smith is not known here, but several years ago ho worked for the Harvey house at Needles, but says ho has been out of work for two years past. Ho is now at the county hos pital here, and has not fully recovered from tho effect of his terrible eight days' experience. Mr. AU a. Uyams Hamilton, Ohio. The Same as Bread Hood's Sarsaparilla on tho Table at Every Meal "In my opinion Hood's Sarsaparilla has not an equal as a blood purifier. I doc tored 6 months for stomach trouble and Neuralgia of the Heart Without any good and then took Ilood'a Sarsaparilla. Every spring and fall since I have used it and it has done me Iota ot good. I have not been attended by a physician tor the last four years. My wife was afflicted with water brash and Feeling All Tlrocl Out. She was severely afflicted but upon my prevailing upon her to take Hood's Sarsa parilla and Ilood'a Pills she felt differently In a short time. Now she is quite well. Wo have great faith in Hood's Sarsapa- Hood's? Cores rilla and put it on the table at every meal the same as bread." Al. G. II yam b, with T. V. Howell & Sons, residence, 426 North Third Street Hamilton, Ohio. riOOa S flllS uon. Price 25c ncrboT. Among the members of the executive committee of tho National Republican League who aro iu tho city nono have received more marked attention or had more confidence placed in Ids political judgment by tho committee than Geo. Christ of Nogales, Ariz. Mr. Christ was for some years a member of the National Republican Committee, and will reorganize the league clubs of the Territory of Arizona. Ho says that Arizona will ask the next Congress lo admit the Territory as a Slate, and if it does thero will be two Republicans sent to tho United States Senate. The Democrats aro divided into administra tion and anti-ndmiuistrution factions, and if a Republican Congress should admit Arizona as a Statu there would bo no question as to the politics of the new Slate. Chicago Inter Ocean. Lost on tho Desert. About August 1st a young man named Sargent left, here for a trip to tlid Indian reservation. Ho arrived at Tuba Cily all right, and left there ou tho fjth for Red lake, but did not reach there, aud his disappearance caused his mother, who is from St. Louis aud spending the summer here, a great deal of anxiety. Friday news was brought hero that the boy, who 13 only 19 years old, had lost his way aud had been found by the Indians, delirious for want of water. He was taken to a hogau, fed 011 goat's milk for several days and thou taken to John Williams' place, on the San Juan, where ho is now, safe and fully recov ered from hisexperienceon an Arizona desert. The M. li. Conference. Tho annual conference of the M. E. Church will Lo held iu Flagst-iff this year. Conference will convene ou Thursday. October 3d, at 10 A. M. A number of distinguished vi.-itors will be iu attendance. Among them will be Bishop Warren of Denver, who will preside at tho conference; Dr. J. W. Hamilton of Boston, who is secretary of the Freedman's Aid Society; Dr. Homer Eaton of New York, and Dr. W. S. Matthews of San Francisco, Cal., and a number of lesser lights. It is expected that there will bo a" larger attendance this year than at any con ference since tho organization of this mission. Sheep Itodco. The sheep rodeo for Coconino county Will commence at Ash Fork on Won c'.a August 26th, anil work east to ward Bellemont, tho central point of the rodeo. On September 1st the rodeo from Clear creek, tho southeast point of the rodeo, and from the north, northeast and north .vest of Flagstaff, Bellemont and Williams, will com mence, and all will work to the central point of Bellemont. All sheepmen will lako due iiolico of the days and dates. Teachers' Quarterly K.xnmlnatlon. Notice is hereby given lo all parties contemplating making application for teachers' certificates that tho regular quarterly examination will bo held in tho office of tho county superintendent of public schools in l'lagstaff on Mon day, September 2, 1895. N. G. Layto.v, ' Superintendent. Flagstaff, August 20, 189.). Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Awarded Gold MtdjJ Midwinter Flr. San Frnclco. notice; Office of the Hoaiw of Suteiivisoiis or 1 Coconino County, ahizona terhitohy. Flagstaff, July 22, 1805. J The following named persons having been notified to appear beforo tho Roard of Equalization ot Coconino County, Arizona, and to show cause. If any, why their assess ments or valuations should not be added to, anil having wholly failed to appear In answer to such notice, tho Hoard of Equali zation took action In each caso respectively as follows, viz: JaniCH Allen, added to value of stal lions s...$ 1C0 00 James Allen, added SO brood mures.. 1,000 00 James Allen, added 123 stock horses.. 1.875 00 U II Algcrt, added to value of lots ' . 100 00 Aztec Land and Cattle Co., added to value of saddle horses 300 00 Aztec Land aud Cattle Co., added to valuo of stock cattle 3.000 00 Aztec Land and Cattle Co., added to valuo of land 6,627 60 Arizona Sandstone Co., added to value ofland 2,00000 Susie II Altman, added to value of furniture 125 00 Suslo 11 Altman added lots DM 00 J Andrews, added SO stock cattle 35 00 L D Boucher, added 400 sheep 410 00 J D Illsliop, added to value of horses. 115 00 J D Illsliop, added 20 stock cattle.. ,. 150 00 J I) lllshop, added TOO sheep 810 00 Ed Ilargmun, added to stock cattle.. 375 00 A II Drown, added 200 sheep 240 00 E It Ilaylcss. added to valuo ot lots and Improvements SCO 00 W C Ilaylcss, added to value of lots and Improvements'. 250 00 M S Heal, added to value of Improve ments 100 00 PJllrannen, added to value ofland.. 1.825 00 I' J llrunnen, added to valuo of im provements 2,000 00 1 JUramien, added to value of lots.. 250 00 1' J llrannen, added to value of Im provements on lots 1,000 00 Fred Bauer, added BO stock cattle 373 00 W W Ilass, added to valuo of horses. . 210 00 T L Bacon, added to value of horses. 720 00 T L llacon, added to value of cattle.. 200 00 WO Ilarnes, added 75stock horses.... 1.025 00 CofUn Bros., added to value of goods.. 250 00 J W Clay, added 100 stock cattle 760 00 II W Cone, added valuo of lots and Improvements 310 00 J Cauf man, added 10 cows 200 00 N F Dougherty, added 1,000 sheep.... 1,200 00 A Doyle, added to valuo of lots 200 00 D J Daze, added to value of Improve ments 16000 D J Daze, added to value of Improve ments 200 00 George II Douglass, added 100 Mock cattle 76000 George 11 Douglass, added to value of Improvements 160 00 J L Davis, added to valuo of lots 250 00 L S Drum, added to value of Improve ments 300CO T C Donahue, added to value of Im provements 150 00 Dent & Saycr, added 500 sheep 600 00 Dent & Saycr. added to value of ranch 323 00 J L Dougherty, added lots 200 00 V A Elklns, added to value of lots .. 150 CO W A Elklns, added to value of Im provements 450 00 V It Edwards, added to value of mer chandise 450 00 E E Elllnwood. added to value of lots and Improvements 300 00 T A Fleming:, added to value of Im provements 100 00 EFriend, added to value of lots 160(0 O M Ferrari, added to value of lots.... 100 00 J W Freeman, added 100 stock cattle.. 760 CO Hart & Campbell, added 1,000 sheep.. 1,200 00 J F Hcnncsy, added to value of lots and Improvements 120 00 J F Hawks, added to value of furni ture 200 00 J F Hawks, added to value of lots 250 00 Herr.don & Hawkins, added to value oflots 30000 A Hansen, added 40 horses... 600 00 G W Harvey, added drugs nnd furni ture 200 00 EM Isabcll.added&Ostockhorscs.... 750 00 E M Isabcll, added 21 stock cattle ... 172 50 J V Johnson, added 100 stock cattle. . 760 00 Johnston & l)u Boh, addded to stock of goods 100 00 Johnston & Du Hols, added to Im provements on lots 100 00 W J Klostcrrneyer, added 600 sheep.. COO 00 C F Kuthrcns, added to value of ranch 350 00 O F Kathrcns. added to value of lots and Improvements 500 00 Geo Kendall, added to value of Im provements on lots 160 00 J T Keck, added to value of lots and Improvements 300 00 Ivalbab Cattle Co., added 0 stallions. . 600 00 Kdlbab Cattlo Co., added 40 bulls 800 00 Katbab Cattlo Co., added to value of Improvements 1,000 00 O A Keller, added to value of mer chandise 290 00 FLAGSTAFF FOUND J. B. POUTHIE, PROP. All Kinds of Iron Castings Made. ORDERS SOLICITED FROM ALL POINTS Dl NORTHERN ARIZONA PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS, BLACKSMITH AND WAGON WORK Mutual Reserve Fund Life $18,450,000 Paid in Death Claims by the Mutual Life Associ ation from 1 88 1 to 1894. A NEW SYSTEM AND THE BEST. The Strongest and Most Progressive of all the Insurant Companies Extant ! Hates Near; 5o Per Cent Cheaper than in the Old System Gorapar.fes. EX'S. GIJRPC, Agent, C & L Lebsch, added to value of Ira- pruvumems Esau Lamb, added to value of iml provements C Lamb, added to value of Improve- aoM 130 do 'Moo 10000 73000 mems II ! Lyons, added to valuo of iw. provements G E Lolic, added improvement on possessory right D F Murphy, added horses.. . D F Murphy, added 100 stock cattle O S McCormlck, added to value of lots unu improvements . Owens Bros., added 75 stock horses 1 7 ? Owens Bros., added to value of in,- ' provements J L O'Brien, added to value of Im provements J C I'hclan. added Improvements on lots O L l'orlcr, added to valuo of lots and Improvements EDlMJIsbury, added to valuo of iiul provements 011 lots Mrs L J Partridge, added to value of Improvements V V l'aync. added to value of im. provements W D Powell, udded to vulue of lots 230 00 SCOoti 370 C) 100 200 ft) 130 CO 1OOO0 and improvements . RelmerA May, addcd.2,000 sheep "' ' gt?" Bolmer & May, added Improvements on land M F L Hogers &. Co., added 200 stock cattle 1M F L Rogers & Co., added 20 bulls...... J R Robinson, udded to valuo of horses Mrs J M Roundtree, added to value of 600 do I2OO0 lots and Improvements Sanford Rowe. added to value of ve hicles Sanford Rowe, added to value of lots and Improvements J S Rodman, added Jewelry and me chanic's tools ... J W Sullivan, added 100 stock cattle.. J W Sullivan, added to value of iml 250 00 KO00 MO 00 730 00 375 M 223 00 provements Mrs L Sanders, added 30 stock cattle. Smith, Thornton & Smith, added 1,500 sheep 1800 m T M Shclton. added 60 stock cattle . Xia T M Shelton, added lo value of Im provements W II Smoot, added to value of horses. W II Smoot, added 100 stock cattlo W II Smoot, added to value of Im provements . . . . , Unknown owners, added lots In Flag staff John Vorlcs, added to value of lots and Improvements E S Wllco-v, added to value of horses ES Wilcox, added vehicles E 8 Wilcox, added to value of lots J It Wallace, added 300 stock cattle. J R Wallace, added 6 saddle horses Mrs S E York, added to value of lots 100 00 333 00 730 00 130 U 180 00 cam 30000 300(0 12000 2.230KI 130 00 and Improvements mo) Any of tho abovo named persons wbo vett unablo to appear before the Board bctort Julv20thmav anncnr and lie lmnnl ut .. meeting on Thursday, August 22, 1S53, ma tho determination then had shall be final. By order of tho Board, C. A. Bl'SII. Clerk. SEWING MACHINE SUPPLIES! I furnish Needles, Oil, Belting, Shuttles. etc.; also all parts and pieces for tlilrtj. ono different kinds of sewing nucMnei Besides being agent for the above, I sell the World's famous WHEELER & SEWING MACHINE, Cash or installments. Wrltn for price? and particulars. W. H. CLARK, Holbrook, A. T. Territorial Immigration Commlssiaasr for Coconino County. iiuurmuiiuu uii mu lium'rui, urirmiut" timber. Mockralslng and other resources of 1110 county given. Parties having requests for data of tlilstf Uon are cordially asked to bring It or wita the same to htm. BY, Association , w si 1 1 til ikkilillii , s7v.':.s"?.