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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 February 1899
THE COCONINO SON. 3fe V Httaliu Photographic I LODGE DIRECTORY. The celebrated Cyclone cameras are , nuAlm TUUJE, N0. g, i. o. R. M. belnc- used by araateura and profes- v , , n .. . in , i,i Meet on Sleep of 7th Sun. Each Suns at 7 elotials all over the Civilized world. ' nuns, 30 Breaths. Wigwam, corner Itallroad Tlin miHt enmnanr niwl lp-isf pnmnllpnu avenue aad Leroux street. Vlsltlnit tribe mem mo most compact ana icasi. compncai- ben wcicome F. M, uhowjiinq. Sachem. edofanyinthe market. All can operate J. M. Simpson, c. of H. c. H. coble, c. of w. them. Plain and complete Instructions j OUNTAIN LODGE. NO. 15. K. OP P. (JO with each Camera. Size Of picture Meets Masonic In HaHcvcry Wednesday night. 24x21 up to 5x7. Price $3.50 up. Noth- , Vlsltlwr mights are cordially Invited to attend. ing or earth will give you or a friend i c. A. UcBn. K.of R.andS. to whom presented more pleasure than i roURT COconino, No. 696. independ ono of these cameras. Write for illus-, v kst orukrot r...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 February 1899
'THE COCONINO SUN.. If a girl's in love. mat s uer ousincss; If a boy's in love, That's his business- But if they marry, That's our business, WHY? v s-la YT f sis w ggsssessegsssseffegfes BECAUSE We naTB everything that Is necessary to start mem on mnr journey of bllsifulness.; fine dm mnm furniture, chairs- tables, stoves, etc., and wo might bo Induced to throw In a cradle. The Second Hand Store liuys and bolls overylhlnif. It Is the ureat Ilarguin House of Northern Arl.onn. G.W.MORRIS. t- ra T tMXTTO VX Maner. i-. J-Jvvxvj. a l-teZ3323i!Z3&'d3 Kt S. BARRON, r Merchant Tailo-r C All the Latest Styles in Foreign and Domestic Goods. Perfect Fit ot every Garment Guaranteed, Railroad Avenue. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. J. P. ARNOLDS Watchmaker and Jeinelei? I i. fc ASD DKALElt W 'X Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Jewelry, Spectacles and Novelty Goods! U .i ESDCclal attention riven to the rennlrlna nf Winn Wntohnu Vn,nii riA.t. ir...i t V.V i0 Especial attention given to the ropalrlna of Kino ...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 February 1899
"lii&p VuftSMRSfctarMi THB COCONINO SUN. '.'' TCRRITARIAI NPWQ Cleveland Is the widow of tholule Hen- 'jry .1. ('level mil, wlii early In I till" usik appointed Indian mfelit :it Saealon. .- 1 Is well known in Arizona, Mr. Cleveland wh :i rlnseiwrMin.il friend of tin tires- Rev. S. Tj. Guthrie. Tempe, pastor of , idcnl. When hi death occurred lust this First M. B. church, died in that j. June it was reported here that .MrClcv elty, Sutiinliul afternoon at 4 o'clock of I land left Imt wry III tin irii.'H. for III nervous prostration, famil.i. The mutter was called to the Uailwav mail service will 1..- e-lliHtientl.ii ..f lln- i.rl.l.-nt. I.-..1Ii-.h-i.-.1 llshed on Veb. nary from Geronlmo hi j?" W'V' '.J ,' ',v Sail Curios to Glolw via the Gila Vullei. , ... i,....,. Globe A- Northern railroad, six times u week or as much oftener us trains max rim. Seerelun Akers haiihad piepireiluud ' printed for I'le legislators;! lelt.tr liml vrhti'li .luiu lllc mclllhershill. Illtlcel s Small...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 February 1899
MritauaChAfa THE COCONINO SUN. I hare need Rlpans Tabules with eo much satls tietlon that I can chcerfu.ly recommend them. Bava been troubled fur about mere ars with what I called bilious attacks coming on regularly one a week. Was told by dl.Ierert physlilans that It wot caused by bad teeth, of which I had several. I had the teeth extracted, l.ut the at. tackt continued. I had seen advertisements or Blpans Tabulet In all the papers but had no faith In them, but about six weeks since a frit nd In duced me to try them. IUto t-tl.cn but in o of the mail Scent boxes of the Tab-iles and havobad norecurreucetthoattacks. Koto neverglvenn testimonial for auytUlux bifuc, but the print amount of good which I bellct a l.as Lccii ononie by Blpans Tabules Inducts me t'judj'n.lnotothe many testimonials you doubtless haie In Jimr possession now. I want to Inform you, In words of blithest praise, of the benefit I hare derived from Rlpans Tabules. I am a professional nurse and In this profrstloun c...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 February 1899
Bln. J thp: COCONINO SUN. if X a : f v I. W. HARPER WHISKY Sold for Medical Purposes only. U. d. DONAHUE, Sole Agent for Arizona. The Affairs of Europe are faithfully portrayed in the original and ' exclusive cable dispatches which The Chi- CAGO RECORD prints daily from the leading capitals of the old world. This magnificent special service is in process of being greatly extended so as to include every important city in Europe; and it is supplemented by the full regular cable service of The Asso ciated Press. The Chicago Record, alone of all American newspapers outside New York city, now prints original and exclusive cable dispatches daily from the leading capitals of Europe.
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 February 1899
plioents, A. : i .... J ..l, 1,9A5 COCONINO SUN. f.tri .ifltirtww" - - - - i3fcoxo:o::c:o::::::'X'": - ----J 1 FOR 1800. : :; .V w '.'I ,: VI .M M. The & Coconino Sun PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Subscription -Reduced to $.00 PER YEAR. w w w w v r w f Printed all at home. f J Contains all the local news. J Has the largest circulation of anv naner in the countv. J f''f"i'f,yf"Q AiMi'U" C. M. FUNSTON, Editor and Proprietor, Flugslittt', A rixona. irxoxoi-xoi'ioxoxoxyo :::::: :::?:::::::::' WIWlMlW VI 1?
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 February 1899
L Cfye Coconino Sun. V0L.XV1. FLAGSTAFF, FKBUUAKY 11,18(0. S 7". A. ttOKDAN. ilimacr M. I. KIOKDAN. Snrcurr Ft V. SISSOK Tn,UKr J ij ARIZONA ij jj LUMBER AND TIMBER Ij COMPANY, ' I J Manufacturers of ij Native Pine Lumber, ; Props, Stulls. I Boxes, Lath. ; Piling. , Shingles, J I ; Ties, Lagging. j Sash and Doors. ; x ' ' Flagstaff, Arizona, pjMMKEariTBpaBigwjjy No. 3.
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THE COCONINO SUN. "-v & ;& JBi l 'St ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. Interest Paid on Time and Sayings Deposits. Drafts Sold Upon all For eign Countries. We have an extensive Patronage and Correspondence through out Arizona, and invite your Banking Business upon Liberal and Conservative terms. T. J. POLLOCK, President. T. E POLLOCK, Cashier. C. H. EDWARDS, Assistant Cashier. , C, MILLIGAN, MNUrCTURR OP Brick and Lime, CONTRACTOR l BUILDER - Estimates Made on any kind of Stone or Brick Work. -JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Flagstaff Precinct. LIQUOR STORE j I JULIUS AUBINEAU, I DtLtB IN t C FINE - S ' WINES, WHISKIES I 7 LIQUORS CIGARS 2 Quietest place in town. J No gambling allowed. X Family Trade Solicited. S jPyyJSP
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Cfye Coconino Sun. Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, FEBRUARY 11. 1899. No. a. BIG FIGHT AT MANILA . The clash came ut 8:4 tfd&i evening, when thre 4v ( plnos darted past the 1 The Filipinos Provoke an Engage ment and are Defeated. The Insurgent Driven Back With Heavy Lou The American Lost Company tively Light More Fighting Hourly Expected. Manila, Feb. 5. By Atlantic Cable. The long-exjected rupture between the Americans and the Filipinos has come at last. The former are now engaged in solving the Philippine problem with the utmost expedition possible. The clash came at 8:40 p. m., jester- ree daring Fill- Nebraska regi ment at Santa Mesa, but retired when challenged. They repeated the ex periment without drawing the sentries' lire, but at the third time Corp. Gree ley challenged the Filipino and then II red, killing one of them and wound ing another. Almost immediately afterward the Filipino line from Coloacan to Santa Mesa commenced a fusillade, which was ineffective. The Nebraska, Mon ta...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 February 1899
THB COCONINO SUN. left many dead on the field. Several attempts were made In this city yesterday evening to assassinate American officers. DEBT OF THE TERRITORY. i County and City Funded Indebtedness. Hoag Kong, Fob. 0. The latest ad vices from Manila say that tho rebel forces have been driven back ten miles. Careful estimates place tho Filipino losses up to date at two thousand dead, three thousand five hundred wounded and five thousand taken prisoners. During tho lighting tho United Status warships sholled a train loaded with insurgents. THE SANTA FE RAILROAD Will Soon Begin the Straightening of the Through Line. A press report fiom Santa Fo says: It is reported that this Atchison, Tope k.i & Santa Fu will soon begin build ing tho eut-off between n poiut on the Pecos Vnllej railroid extension about twvutp mih's f.ist of Fort Siimticr in Gu.ulalupo county, wot to Yslela Junc tion. ISO mill! connecting with the Santa Fo I'.iefllc. This will sond all of the traiis-coiitlrientul t...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 February 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. fc COUNTY AND CITY FUNDED INDEBTED-1 amounting to $(13-1,000, u largo part of NESS. Apacho comity $ 43,47:1.50 Coconino county 15'J,000.90 Graham county 147,384.70 Gllacounty 44,781.30 Maricopa county 207,030.43 Mohave county 103.383.C9 Pima county 210,240.05 Pinal county 133,138.03 Yavapai county 310,153.78 Yuma count 88.791.11 Prescott city 91,201.90 Tucson city 10,000.00 lomusione city 13,81-.3S Total 81,034,027.57 It will be seen from the foregoing that the territory has bonds vet out standing, bearing a higher rate Jf in terest thctnfi per cent, as folhms: Incano ulum bonds, 7 per cent, duo in 1905 $90,000 Wagon road and bridge bonds, 8 per ceut, due in 1900 12,000 Gila bridge bonds, 8 per cent, duo in 1903 15,000 Arizona university bond, 7 per cent, due In 1907 14.000 Teiriuii'iiil funding bonds, 0 per cent, due in 1913 150.000 Total $231,000 All of which can no doubt be ex changed intofi per cent, tlfty-ye.ir, re funding bonds at or before maturity, if the p...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 February 1899
1'UK COCONINO SUN. AGAINST TAX EXEMPTION. The Present Bill Before the Legislature a Pernicious One. Editor Coconino Sun: I notice from tlio Phoenix Enter prise that a bill hat been introduced In the legislature Wo encourage con struction of railroads by exempting taxation until net earnings reach f per cent." Please permit mo tlio Usu of jour column to say a few words in re gard to till measure. It certainly seems to mo that it t tlmo for tu to call u halt in this" matter of tax exemption, lu the iirst place, special favors to corporations are ex pressly' forbidden by the Harrison act of IS!)D, and any exemption bill passed since thai lime is without legal stand ing. If this bill bu passed, It should, lu tny judgment, be disregarded by the supervlcors of any counties through which roads may bo built under Its provisions and tlic-o roads placed upon the tux mils. further, tax exemption is wrong in priuclplo and unjust in practice. Our system of taxation contemplate that every enterpr...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 February 1899
2 THE COCONINO SUN. fi ARIZONA SOLONS. Some ef the Important Work Done in the Legislature This Week. Mr. Bunch's council bill 24 fixing the time for holding court in the four ju dicial districts, passed the council. This li the bill presented by request of the judges. Speaker Ashurst presented a bill creating the northern Arizona normal school, to inhabit the Flagstaff build ing erected for a reformatory. Mr. Etz presented a bill amending the gambling law so as to prohibit gambling in places where women are employed. It also provides that only such games shall be operated for which license has been issued. The recommendation of the governor touching the female suffrage, and the recent work: or the members of the W. C. T. U. bore fruit in the legislature . Monday. The following bill "defining the rights of wotnn," wan introduced in the council by Mr. Murphy and in the house by Mr. Sanders: "That every woman above the age of twenty one, residing in this territory, and otherwise posses...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 February 1899
ijEflre-affiipgrai THE. COCONINO SUN Ue C&octmitto mt. Entered In the I'ostoaice at Flagstaff as second clas matter. Issued every Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars year. In advance, tiivery paper li stopped at the expiration of the time paid for C. M. FUNSTON, Editor. Flagstaff, Batdicday, Fuii. 11, lbita. So Agoncillo has a "wicked part ner" who MMidii forged telegram, eh? Who mvh the Filipinos urcn'tcivilizedV THE grip has been called the In fluenza. At present It Is called several other tilings that u family newspaper does not caru to print. "acrobat" belongs to the same family, one meaning self-motion, the other high motion. Perhaps popular Usage will condense the name of all horse less vehicles Into simply "autos." General Kaoan's o)hilon of Gen eral Miles mlu'ht appear tame reading beside his opinion 6t the court martial if he cared to express himself. Tim senate on Monday contlrtned the treaty of peace. The vote was u close ouo, there being a majority of three vot...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 February 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. X m Already a bill has been introduced to allow boards of supervisors to place a license tax on sheep and other live stock moved from one county to another for the purpose of pasturing. The limit on the sheep is placed at fifty cents a head and on cattle and horses at $1 a head. Thlseasure will bring about a test of strength between the owners of sheep and cattle. The sheep men belong to the party of high pro tection on wool and free trade on pasture. Phoenix Enterprise. Hon. J. W. Benham has introduced a bill in the lower houste of the legislature to regulate the driving of cattle and sheep from one portion of the range country to another, carrying with it a license tax. While Itmight be asourco of u world of good in certain cases, we doubt very much if it will pass, unless the amount of license per head bo con siderably reduced. Phoenix Herald. Hf. Cannot Locate the Spot. A brother of the late Capt. V. O. O'Neill has been lu Cuba for nearly a month in search of t...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 February 1899
1'HK COCONINO SUN. Ifi' wwwvwvwwwwwww I BRIEF LOCALS. i Satutiday, Fkuhuaky 11, 189!). E. S. Gosney left. Sunday for a three weoks stay in Los Angeles. Frank Murphy, of Sellgman, spent several days here during- the week. JakeSalzmen, was here Wednesday on one of his rogulr business trips. A. 11. Spcllmire left for Lo Angeles Wednesday to spend r. few weeks with hi family. The 'hlnee. imputation of Flagstaff celebrated iliu Celestial New Year Tliursdai. MU Koli'oy. of Wiuslow, a sister of Mr. Frank Hart, it visiting friends hero till." week. Rev. Win. .lolin-Um, missionary for ilni.liKiii Indian, left Tuesday for a tlni'it mouth-.' ttip to the east. '.Hi. J'helan and .1. D. Jones, the Williams members of the board of supervisors, wore in town Tuesday. I. I Huvis, "repre.-ontlr.g tlio An-huiiuci-ISiiscli Brewing Association of St. Loiii. madu his lirst vMt to Flag sta IT Thursday, . .li. fiaura Maxwell. aged "8 years, died near Camp Verde lust week. Di'ivsimmI uusiIir mother of James ...
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THE COCONINO SUN. -I V The local G. A.R., the Rough Riders and tho N. G. A. are contemplating holding a bean euppcr on Washington's birthday. Those desiring their houses or stores fitted with pipe and fixtures, can have the work done promptly and accurately by W. F. Friedlein. lOtf "V. C T. V. There will bo a mothers' meeting held at the house of Mrs. Coalter Tues day, February 14th, at 3 p.m. , M. E. Kendrick, Sec. W.-C. T. U. To the Public. Arrangements have been made by the telephone company to give alarm of fires most of the twenty-four hours of the day. When they occur tell "central" immediately. If you are not a sulwcrlbcr, icnd word to your nearest neighbor who is. No charges are made for "night calls" in cae of fire. The Cold Wave. Tho col'd wave struck Flagstaff last Friday and held it in Its grasp until Tuesduy. It was accompanied with a snow storm which left twenty-six Inches of the beautiful on the ground and this brought joy to tho stockmen, for it Insures water and gra...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 February 1899
j;jki;v-y;;-a. THE COCONINO SUN. uiono, Ariz., Fob. 8. Ai tnoi-ning.qtiarrel between two i C A. Graf nd P. O. Kile, pr or t.i Coioiuilo saloon, uithis i ANOTHER KILLING IN GLOBE P. C. Kite is Shot and Instantly Killed by His Partner. On Wednesday morning u telegram was recolved by A. T. Cornish from G!obo stating thut P. C. Kile had been shot. So f.ir, beyond tho following re port fiom Globe to the Phoenix Heruld, no purtleularti have been received of thy affair: uioiHj, Ariz., Feb. 8.-An curly- i partners, proprietors , ,, r-wiwwu, lit till imiue, i u- suited in the death of Klie. who was shot and int.,ntly killed by Graf. Ctiafluis been aires tod uud is now hold by the authorities. Prenton V. KUn eiimo w lnls place about thivo jvui-h ago from Dennopolig, Ala.. Ho left here for Globe last year and ecguged in the haloon business". HIh parent- reside In Alabama and hU brother. Krnent, In in tbp employ of .1. Aublneati or thh place. Young Kilo was of a quiet disposition .i uiways avoi...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 February 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. &&&&$ :t El m ffl P. 5ft w w EZH A Special Exhibition of Fine Woolens in the Piece Saturday and Monday, FEBRUARY 18th and 20th Everybody Invited jc x On the above date Messrs. Strauss Bros., otherwise known at America's Leading Tail ors, of Chicago, New York and Cincinnati, will make a Grand Exhibition of Woolens In the Piece at our store. Every late Spring' and Summer 1899 novelty of European and American manufacture will be included in this display :::::::::::: A SKILLED CUTTER Of long experience, 'will be in attendance for the purpose of taking correct and scien tific measurements of all our customer who desire line fitting clothes at very low prices. You can order now for immediate or future delivery. Don't fall to call and see this dis play and have yourself scientifically measur ed, even if not ready to order :::::: Flagstaff Cash Store Flagstaff, Arizona,- W B b B, B b B b B B b ? 5- 'fc VJ b b b b b b b b b b B B B B B B B B B
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mm"fqs& THE COCONINO SUN. Santa Fe Pa, R, R. Co, Condensed Time Card No. 4. In effect November 23, 1808. z;&m-mmmwmm-m&K&!iiii I No. I. 5 To (115 tai iW ina 33a . Jus I5 1215 130 III) 3 IS 830 I IS 845 No. 3. 8 00 p. V35 a. 430 a. II UU a. 1130 a. i'a'p 7 35 52 II 10 I J 16 litfi a. 40 lo r. :v a.' 1M p. STATIONS. b Chicago A Kansas City Denver La Junta Albuiiucniuo Wingate Gallup liolbrook Wlnnlow Flagstaff Williams Ash For't f Ash Fork A A Jrromu Ju l Prescott Congress Jc. Ph.rnlx L Asli Fork A reach Springs Kingman TJie Needles Hlake llagdod Dn'rsctl Hurstoiy, Kramer MoJae Lo Angeles Son Diego San Francisco No. 2. 8 00 700 500 1150 10 25 535 615 130 12 85 10 40 80ft Q ? n ii a in p. 6 00 p. I m J( n 605 p. "i"a"v. 550 4 00 3 10 1125 8 30 805 430 160 10 M 9 27 040 4U5 360 1210 1010 10 20 8 10 600 tSAST. No. 4. 065 a. 8 19 a. 707 n. 560 a. 660 u. 12 33 a. 10 M P. 625 12.10 1010 120 810 500 Ni. 3 leaves Flagstaff on Mondays, Wednes days and Krlduyn. tNo. 4 leaves Fla...