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VOL. XI V. NO. 3'J.
FLAGSTAFF, AltlZOXA, TJUUltSDAY, APRIL 15, 187.
JOc PER COPY
Bunk, anil i enderi!l h juilinitii for
Iffrndniits. Motion for new trial
A SNAP!
E. F. GREENLAW
tiled by plamtlll nod denied; notice
C. A. GREENLAW
given of an appeal to tlio Supreme
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A circumstance by which YOU can save money
and that's what we are all after these days,
isn't it ?
WE HAVE A SNAP I In What ?
SASH AND DOORS
We have just ordered a carload of Sash and Doors,
and to make room must clean out some of those
Fancy Marginal, Chipped and Cathedralled
and Queen Anne
DOORS
WINDOWS
YOU MAKE PRICE-Wedothe Rest
Put a fancy Front Door or Window in your house and see
how much it adds to its beauty.
FIRST OOME, FIRST PICK!
THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO.,
FLAGSTAFF. ARIZONA.
M. CRjfFORD
THE OLD RELIABLE
W
trsi
foflTCHflflKERSJEtoELER
is doino dusin&ss f r the
OLD STAND
Makos a Specialty of Fine Watoh Repair
ing Absolutely Guarantees All Work
PRICES REASONABLE PROMPT ATTENTION
UAKKIKS THE FINEST LINC OK
Watches, dools, devOelry.Gto
ON TIIH LINE OP THE ATLA.NTfO & I'AOH'IO
vosTOKi'iui: IU.I1I1. flagstaff, akiz.
1'itiirt. ,
The Territory vs. William Martin,
eliaigeil with illjritl branding, was
taken up in the afiernoon, a jury im
piinelled and indicttniiiit clismlfl'il
witlioiil trial, Offendaiit, however,
w.ia held on present bonds to appear
at imxi term of court.
The ease of the Kiirt National Bank
of Siurgi, S. D., vs. J. H. and A. l.
Allen, anlt on a promUsory note, i
ulteil in a judgment being found b
ilio court for the plaintiff. Motion
for tnitv iriul mt le by d-tfeinlants nu I
denied by the court; notice given of an
.ippeat.
Tuesday evening the cifil suit ol
Neill B. Field, receiver of the Firm
National Bank of AlbuipiHrque, vs. J.
F. Dagg was beard. Judgment rcu-,
del'ed for ptatutilT. Motion for A lieu
trial tiled by defendant and overruled;
ua.se appealed to the Supremo court.
The enso of C. E. Boce v. Thomas
II. Waguur camo up yesterday mora
ing. Court decided In favor of plain
tiff. Motion fr new trial filed and
overruled; case appealed to the Su
preme court.
Judge House then adjourned court
tor this term.
TOWN COUNCIL.
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syivw y. .. iiJ
w&tts&znisE& i
TIIE D1STUI0T COURT.
Judge Rouse Cleared Up the Cal
endar Yesterday.
An Avalanche of Civil Canes Heard
Many Appeuln Taken to tlio Su
preme Court Court Atl-Jour-nil
ycjtorday.
Terr'
Thursday luornlHg juilo Kotisii
pened Dirt'tili;t court and ordered a
special venire for Ufty trial jurors,
returnable. Friday morning.
rrldli; mill-nine llm HuSil nf th
'n ",w ""
.WVy Vs. It. B, DiVggs. being the
tt notion tileu last week nnit re-
' jfcHtttg In n 'hllug,, jury, was called.
-Defendant failed to put in an appear
ance; ball was declared forfeited and
a bench warrant issued for Ids arrest.
Attoruoy Glowner, counsel for Mr.
Daggs, moved for a change of venue,
and in support of tbo motion intro
duced tbreo nffadavits one by Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Dagg, alleging that
Judge Rouse was prejudiced against
defendant; one by William Martin.
who alleged that J. H. Hoskins bad
"said in bis (Marllu's) presence that be
(Hoskins) was pacing the expenses of
the court to have tbeso (Daggs) cases
heard; and one by G. W. Glowner,
alleging that E. M. Doe stated to him
(Glowner) that bo (Doe) bad provided
transportation for Judge Rouse In
morning up here to take Judge
jMr. Doe submitted counter affidavit
dunging the allegations of Modi's.
Glowner and Martin. The leading ol
I lie so affuduvlts cieated a great deal ot
excitement and tit its conclusion the
couit decl.ired Attorney Glowner ii
contempt ofcouit and sentenced him
to GO days in jail and to p.iy a line of
$100, uud gave him until Saturdu
morning to either withdraw the
uflM.ivU.s of himself and M.irtiu ui
suffer the sentence to be enforced.
Saturday nfteriioou Mr. GIowiiuiV
cnq was J'W10"!!?'' uiilll Muml.i)
Dioiiiing, when the attOnlitjr IV'ils
called ou by the court to state ulirtl
conclusion he had comO td. Mr.
jGlowuex thereupou wlthilt'ow the two
allldavlts mid the court set aside the
contempt. Attorney Glowner then
made u new motion for a change ol
venue on legal grounds, which was
granted, the ease, being removed to
Navajo county.
Friday afternoon and Saturday was
taken up by the court iu precurlng a
jury uud trying the case of the Ari
zona Central Bauk vs. J. F. D,tggt
and wife, beiug au action of claim
aud delivery. Tlio jury returned A
verdict for tho plaintiffs. Motlo- jol.
new trial Bled by defendants; n(e,
by the court; noliue glvou of 4 mopoai
to the Supremo court. ;
Monday tbo case of Daggs vs.
the Arizona Centra' Bftnk for convor.
sionof funds ou p, was j,ell,u.
Judge Rouse ecjd,id for defendants;
motion (uju ipfalntlff for new
tlla1' 'Jonled by thexourt; notice given
of ' A appeal to 'tbo 'Supreme court. t
,. "Tuesduy the'c6urtbrd the, case of
April 13, 1897.
The Town Council met jmisuaot to
adjournment. Present: J. V. Francis,
Major; J. A. Vail, J. 0. Grim. D.
Babbitt, members; C. A. Smith, Clerk,
when the following-busintMS w.is trans
acted:
On motion duly carried It is ordered
Hot the. town enter into k memorandum
of tiieuiueiit with the National Tul
Worki Cji.Jnr pip -itir wilWx workt
pl.mt subject lo rfiln of liomU, anil
coij of iigtei'tiiunt onlered tiled with
thy tlnrk.
On motion duly carried the follow
ing bills against the towu were -u-provo
nttd warrants for s.nnu orderud
1 1 rami:
Mtal Telegrapli Co., 2 tole-
Utains $2 16
E. S. Wilcot, tonumgistratii.. 12 00
U.ililiiltBroK., stovepipe 76
A. Kline, rent fur liro apparatus
up to April 8, 1897 80 Ot)
Arizona L. &. T. Co.. lumber.. 66 60
U. Carroll, fur bojul ol
pi isoners 29 CO
W. B. D.iua Co., iixtieu of salo
uf bind id 00
V. A. Maj Bovver, sti eel work.. 9 76
On motion council adjourned.
J. V. Fkancis, Mayor.
O. A. BtHU, Clerk.
Theodoie Din rant, the S.iu Fran
cisco nun del el vius seiiteuced Satui
l.iy to bo banged in San Qiiiuliu
ptison June 11.
SEAL E3MS TRANSFERS.
VIUVW ......Jt ...- .... .
lie office of tlio County Ue-1
to April 14, 1897:
Betbune's place. Mr. Hoskins n''j , Daggs '"vs-'tbe Arlsoaa Central
ti... r..ii,.wlnL' UM the real estate t
I transfers iu Coconino cuunly, tiled for
recoid iu th
u irder, up
Albert llrown to Ocorge Wharton,
lorn S. Sand 7, block 31, Williams $ 625 00
E. A. Miller U AllquJ. Miller, lots 10
uud II, block 4, KRKaViid
Susan A. Ilcunossj to Oyrus E. Oal
lulln, lots IS i4nd 10, block 3J, Wil
liams E. M. llnrd'ty to J. A. Pitta, lot 18,
oiock ji. willlami
Itouert I'.rriQ to Jobn James Ollson,
,ota,.M,3-J.2l and ZJ, block 1T.WII-
"s ,..-
S" M. Birbor to E. F. Oroenlaw, 7jfaet
la block 34, US foot lu block U lot 18,
block 3A Brannen's addition
Oreonlaw Bros, to Greenlaw Lumber
Co., NH of HEM, EH of 8WK, hoc. 20.
twp.Sl.N.of 1C SE; lots 1,3 and 3,
8E4 of NEM- soc. 6, twp. 21, N. of U.
6 U; N WJi hoc. 21. twp. 21. N. of It. 6
E.. toatlier with saw mill, IokIuk
outQM, etc.. and stock of morchan
dlao . t ... . -
Fmuk A. Olltf to Ooorza W. Martin,
lot IS, blck 31, WllUutns 1SJ (0
Jonathan P. Wllllama, to Unitod
States, trading post naaf Nayalo,
reservation .JE. S000 (0
United States to William Mctnllre,
patent lots 3 and 4, BK of NK, see. 4,
twp. 21. N. Ot It. 6 E. i
David Hcott to Thomas Carroll, Eli
ot SWK, 8WK of HEH. 8EK of 8WM.
mc. 14, twp. . N. of B. eB..., - MO W
10 00
300 00
100
40 00
10CO
1 00
GREENLAW LUMBER CO.
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FLAGSTAFF. ARIZONA
,- j-s-p it ',
.MANUFACTDKEUS AND OEALEU8 IN ...
Native Pine Lumber, Ties, Bridge Timbers,
Telegraph Poles, Mining Stalls,
Shingles, Laths.
WSUM '
"GEE WHIZ!"
l.&a$s$t
Pay no attention to the space above of
the Greenlaw Lumber Company. They
only advertise a good quality of lumber,
and lots of it. We want, to say to you
that we have the best qualityof "grub"
ever seen in this part of the country,
andmore of it; lhat our prices are higher
than ever before heard of I
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Can Tomatoes'. 7 $ .75 per can.
Can Corn 65 per can.
" Punkcn " (Arkansaw) ... .40 per can.
Nutmegs , , Sl.OOJeach.
Onions, soap and other table luxuries
usual prices.
ANY OP THE ABOVE DAINTIES WILL BE
DELIVERED FREE AS SOON AS OUR HORSE,
WHICH IS CRIPPLED, GETS WELL.
LEAVE ORDERS AT 0 B 1
FLAGSTAFF COMMERCIAL CO. STORE
NEWS DEPOT.
FANCY 6RQCERIES,
RESH 'FRUITS, '
CHA8. A. KELLER. Proprictor.
CANDIES, NOTIONS, TOBACCO,
STATIONERY, CIGARS,
Vll the Delicacies of the Season Fresh from the Market.
You are invited to call and inspect my Stock
FLAGSTAFF. ARTZONA
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DR. A. J. SHORES
The ablest and most successful epccialtst of the sgc In th
treatment of all Chrouic.Jcnou and rmate Wtcac in
both Men and Women. Ail dneasea of the Lie, Lar. llrad.
Throat, l.ungi.etomath,l.lverand Bowel. Kidney, Bladder
an-1 Urinary Troulilci, Rupture, Catarrh, Pile, ttiema. and
Varlocele trcflled with unlallmir auccess. Biaeaseaot woman
peculiar to her acx scientifically treated and permanently
cured, tons or partial Ions of manly power and vigor in
vouiic. middle arcd orold men roumely reitored. Weaken
ing drama blch aap the jriialfiy, destroy th; health. caute
naralvsis. Insanity and prematuie death, quickly and perma
nently slopped. Prlvalo dlseasrsof arery name and nature
..." ..,K, hin an h.rt rttrrtt. and that dtteare which
poisons thebloort. deca) a the bones and causes more pbyflral
and menial suffering than any other known diseaie. thor
oiiehly and forever cured without mercurial treatment, la
all private diseases ot men
Not a dollar need be paid until cured
Catarrh upectalty. Wocurethewpratcaaeslntwoto
three months. Write your troubles It living away from the
city? Thousands tire cured at home by means of correspond
ence end medicines sent them. Consultation always face.
DB. A. . BHOKE8, Flrrt Bdwy, tos Asujtles, Call
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