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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 February 1899
Sgsr5 THE COCONINO SUN. u J "-r W?'5!Bi?3W . If a girl's in love, Q That's tier business If a boy's in love, sgigigaaggassgeaegsssgggigw JI', OCO.AIIQP ty Jr. We hate everything that Is vSy necessary to start them on their v 6t journey Wl Ulissiuiuiri Mm; wti- That's his business- f ,00m furniture, chairs, tables. O.. I 4Ua,i kmoww VY stoves, etc.. and we might be OUT IT iney marry, induced to throw In a cradle, milt's our business- 5 The Second Hand Store AHY? slo Uujtk and f-clls everything. It Ik the great Bargain House of Northern Arizona'. -: D. R. LEWIS. &'3232SeZ&Z&&&$ S C.W. MORRIS. 'A Manijer. S. BARRON, Merchant Tailor, All the Latest Styles in Foreign and Domestic Goods. Perfect Fit of every Garment Guaranteed, Railroad Avenue. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA; J. P. ARNOLDS Watehmakef and Jeuaelet! AMU DKALEIl IK I Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Jewelry, Sp'.otacles and Novelty Goods 1 Especial attention g.ven to SsSMSnSr h MUR'C """ Western Union Telegraph Office, O...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 February 1899
g&'ftnyfriffl-6' T"- THK COCONINO SUN, LODGE DIRECTORY. J.M. SIMPSON. & Of K. G II. COBLE, C. Of W. OUNTAIN MHX3E, NO. 15, K. OK P. Photographic. The celebrated Cyclone cameras aro nBA1BI TRnJC ,N0 ., 1: 0. tt . bolng used by amateurs and profes-ls-' .louals all over the civilized world. ! rS'hS?' $,. 'SiSe? ffiU The met compact and least compiled I "V1?10 T. .KSS: i . .1 i . . . i t r- ": 7 ----" ---- --. - .--. ni fir . i n . i n t n .. .n n in, .1 iin.nnnni.iin ' -. u n4 lubuuiuuinu Jill .ii iiiuiaiu them. Plain and complete Instructions go with caeli camera. Slzo of ptcturo 2x2r up to 5x7. Prlco $3.50 up. Noth ing or, earth will give you or a friend to whom picscnted moro pleasure than ono of these cameras. Write for Illus trated catalogue with full descriptions, price, etc. Marsh Mfg. Co., 5-12 Lake street, Chicago. M MeetsMasonlc In Hall every Wednesday nlsbt. Visiting mights oro conllally Invited to attend. LOUIH SPElIiS, C C. a A. I3U8II, It of It. and S. COURT COCON...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 February 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. fWVVWVWVWVA TERRITORIAL NEWS. The president on Monday hent the nomination to the senate of Alonzo A. Armstrong, of Arizona, to bo agent for the Indians at the Fort Apache agency, Arizona. D.ite and olive culture will foon be come leading industries of the Salt River vulloy. Their culture is no long er an excr!ruent uud may now b en tered upon with entire confidence. From a report of the becrelary of the live mock commission, giving the num berof cattle shipped from various points in this territory in 181)3, Ash Fork is fifth in r.ink. The shipments reported area follows: Wilcox 27,915: Tiiseon, 17, 215; Geronimo, 14,047; Holbrook, 11. 207"; Atth Fork, 9,117. The total uum bcr of cattle shipped from this territory during the year was 174,02!. .1. S. Jones made quite an important strike roeeutl in the Union mine, one of the group owned by him in Chapar ral district. The altalr lias been kept very quiet but from reliable boureex it is learned that the mine bids fair t...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 February 1899
atatucmaatBieSlsaS THE COCONINO SUN. ..- laaT adRlpaTabalwlth omuehaUs action that I can cheerfully recommend them, bra been troubled for bout tare year with what I oaUad Mlloat attack omlnc on regularly oac a week. Wu told by different phytlclan that It waa canted by bad teeth, of which I had MrrraL I had toe teeth extracted, tut the at tack continued. I had aeeu adrertlaemenl of Blpana Tabulea In all the paper but bad no faith ta them, but about ilx weeks tlnce a frlrnd In duoedmototrythem. BaTe tikea but two of the malt leant boxes of the Tabule and hare had no reenrreuce jf the attacks, liar nerer glren n testimonial for anything b. tot?, but the great amount of food which I ballet hoe beemlonem by Ripen Tabule Induce me to odd mine to the many testimonial you doubUtes bar in your poaataatoa now, I want to Inform you, in worda of hlcheil pralK, of the benefit I hare dertrrd from Rlpana Tabulet. t am a professional nurse and In thla protetslon ncletr bead la alway needed. Blpana ...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 February 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. I.W. HARPER WHISKY I V Sold for Medical Purposes only. .;'' d. J. DONAHUE, Sole Agent for Arizona. The Affairs ,.. of Europe v are faithfully portrayed in the original and T 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 t the full regular cable service of The Asso- w ! V ciated Press. 8 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. jfa$ ' 't SutoftE&Z 1 ", Si If T i.
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 February 1899
"?iHM-feri3fS'i friBfrW-' i ii i ..j .m-.-JE i TerrttotUl Library felj.,188 j THK COCONINO SUN, iftrxoxox:xxorxxxox i FOR 1899. I liV !, Ailfln--. :! with in.1,1 ,Mi jjJKlPteBg The & Coconino Sun. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Subscription. Reduced to $2.00 PER YEAR. Printed all at home I iitf timu 4i 1 1 rlwt lrwiil iwid'o WUlltullin till tliu iumii uuun, Has the largest circulation of s any paper in ujo county. s C. M. FUNSTON, Editor and Proprietor, Fliigstulf, A rixonu. 'tcvxox-i'isoi'Xr'ioX'irivv'ic':'::':':::'.:. y w -' sjSPsaKwci
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 18 February 1899
I CfyHCoconmo Sun. Vol.. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, FKHUUARY 18,18i). No. 4. ! T. A. tlOtDAN. PrtiUcnl M. I. flOtDAN. Snrturr F. r. SISSON. Tmturrr. J ARIZONA f LUMBER AND TIMBER jj j . ... GOMMJVY. .. 1 ! Mtauhcturcn of ; s ' i wjMiiMr ( Ncitive Pine Lumber, j; ; ; Props. Stulls. i Boxes. Lath. ; Piling. Shingles, !; Ties, Lagging. Sash and Doors. : if ' Flagstaff, Arizona, t&4-Vtos4aKtLLi--a SiSSSttwBMifiEEKTSX
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 18 February 1899
Pfflfis- -, wMwaeBMEaSffS5 THE COCONINO SUN. t- w: "ftj - ' Y SS5S ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, f, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. Interest Paid on Time and Savings Deposits. ; &, Drafts Sold Upon all For- r v. eign Countries. &?,. We have an extensive Patronage and Correspondence through' ' ,- uui i u iwiwi cuiu uiviie yuui uaiuuug uusuum ujjwii Liberal and Conservative terms. T. J. POLLOCK, President. T. E POLLOCK, Cashier. C. H. EDWARDS, Assistant Cashier. hj. C. MILLIGAN, " MANurCTUc" or Brick and Lime, CONTRACTOR ' AUD BUILDER . Wi t Estimates Made on any kind of Stone or Brick Work. " k, u . v , 1, iGSTAFF, ARIZONA. I FLACSTAFF, t " "" " " . LIQUOR STORE S JULIUS AUBINEAU. I DtALCB IN t C UNE . S WINES, WHISKIES I ? LIQUORS -d CIGARS ' Quietctt place in town. J Afe gambling allowed. , C Cstmilv Trarto QnltrltAri S jfc IJaJgagrtfit: 4 k g3Bg-"aSi i(
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 18 February 1899
Cfye Coconino Sun. ' v Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, FEBRUARY 18, 1899. No. 4. AN ACT To Establish the Northern Arizona Normal School and to Provide for Iti Maintenance. II. B. No. 41, February 6, 1899, in troduced by Henry F. Ashurst. Read first time by title, rules suspended, read second time, 3000 copies ordered printed, and referred to committee on wajs and mcatis. Be it enacted by the legislative as sembly of the tcnilory of Arizona: Section 1 There is hereby establish ed and located near Flagstaff, in the county of Coconino, Arizona, a normal school, to be known as the Normal iAri.una Normal School, the purpose ni which shall bo the instruction of persous, both male. and female, in the art of teaching', mid in' nil of the branches that pertain to a good com mon school education, and in branches preparatory to the entrance to the entrance to the normal hchool hereby established. Section 2 The tract of land now held by the territory of Arizona, locat ed near FlagstalT, In Coconino county...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 18 February 1899
JCT!W!W8!MMm?rggMTag.' &Mii',t-u1Manm4-. .. THE COCONINO SUN. i &v t'mw and place in said building such supplies, furniture and apparatus as may be re quired. Section 7 The said normal school beard oT education shall have the power to let all contracts fur the completion and furnishing of said building, and shall have the entire supervision there of: provided, however, that the con tracts let for the completion and fur nishing of said Institution shall be let to the lowest responsible bidder, after iliu udieitisiiig of tiiu letting of said contracts sh,.ll have been published in in. least two of the loading newspapers of the territory fur at least (en days before the letting of said contracts; uinl, provided, further, that out of the funds hereby made available, or to be come available from appropriations heretofore made for the construction r f.ild building, not more than ilftceu thousand $i,"i,uoj) dollars shall at pres ent bo devoted to such purpose, and the residue of fe...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 18 February 1899
THE COCONINO,8UN. k Uplifting Lo. If relative Importance is to be gauged by the amount of money to be expend ed, the Phoenix Indian Industrial School has become the first among such institutions in the union. Its appro priation for the fiscal year is $112,200, just $200 more than will be received by the more noted Indian training schools at Carlisle, Pa., and Lawrence, Kan. The school here has an attendance of over four hundred, and its mission ap pears to be to fit all the young Indians of the Arizona plains tribes for useful activity in many of the white man's occupations. The buildings, which eccupy a central position on a quarter section of land three mllos north of the city, are already extensive, but Im provements 'nre projected that will about aoublo their capacity. Work is in progress on a new iwys' dormitory, to cost $14,500. It is to accommodate 150 cots. Plans for still another simi lar dormitory are being prepared, as well for an office building to cost 95000. The approp...
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HBhr THE COCONINO SUN. TAX EXEMPTION. Judce E. M Doe. of Flusttff. Presents Hit View. A Republican reporter yesterday met Judge Doe, who in the course of n conversation on the subject of tax ex emption, said: "It seeni9'to mo strange Indeed that any intelligent man, interested in pro moting tho material prosperity of this territory, should at this late day enter tain any doubt as to either the pro priety or desirability of legislation for the encouragement of railroad con struction. Prior to the construction of the Atlantic fc Pacific mil way there was not a single building upon tho ground now occupied by tho town of Holbrook, .Winslow, Flagstaff and Wil liams. Since the construction of tho S. P. P. & P. little vlllagt's are spring ing up where there was nothing of tax ablevaluo before. Mines unprofitable to work through lack of transposition facilities are now productive and add ing materially to the wealth of tho ter ritory, interest rates in Phoenix have been reduced probably...
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THE COCONINO SUN. Santa Fe Pa, R, R, Co, Condensed Time Card No. 4. In effect November 23, 1KB. aMKMeKHKHeZ2KRe A f t No. l. 10 00 n 1130 a. ISIl 4 25 a. 905 p 2 20 u. ! n 6 45 a. 7 05 n. 9 30 a.1 I) IS a. I.' 30 p, uss p. 227 n. 3 10 p. 1145 p 9 SO p. 1230 n. 2 03 p. 3 30 p. ft 45 p. 705 p. 9 IS p. I2H n. ISO a. 210 a. J IS &. 8 30 a. US p. 043 WEST, No. 3. 800 p 9 35 n. 4 30 a. 1100 a. 1120 a. 425 p. 735 p, 9&1 D. II 10 D. 12 05 n.1 1205 ft. 2 40 D 10 35 p. 9 30 a. ISO p. L Chicago A Kansas City Denver La Junta Albuquerque Wlngatc Gallup Holbrook Wlnslow Flagstaff Williams Anil Fork L Ash Fork A A Jerome Jc u I'reseott Congress Jc. Pha-nlx 1, Ash Fork A Peach Springs Kingman The Needles Make Bagdad Daggett Ilarstow Kramer Mojave Los Angeles San Francisco No. 2. 900 700 600 1160 1025 635 615 130 12 35 10 40 9 22 805 5 SO 400 3 10 1125 830 805 4 30 160 10 65 927 0 40 4 05 3 60 1210 1010 1020 8 10 600 TKABT. No. 4. 9 62 910 600 0 45 SOS 143 p. s'ss'a. 8 19 a. 707 0. 660 a. 66...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 18 February 1899
aBPmpfc' t J-yMr"i"wfc, 3S liiSSSSSoSijSSSSSKSSiS THE COCONINO SUN. acssis: ffiltC OC0Uitt0 gtttt. Entcre 1 In the Postofflce at Flagstaff as second clans matter. ' Issued every Satunlay. Subscription price, two ilollars a year. In advance. Kvery pipor U stoppej at the expiration of the time paid for C M. FUNSTON, Editor. Flagstaff, Saturday, Feb. 18, 1899. According to Mr. Reed's figures, wo sacrifice $2 every tlrao wo kill a FilHpino. Now that wo have captured Ee-lo-eel-o you should remenjber to pronounce it that way. It would evidently give the head of the war department no small satisfac tion to be permitted to embalm Gen. Miles himself. WITH Phoenix peaches and Califor nia oranges injured by the cold ware, Flagstaff potatoes will not be sneezed at next summer. A GLANCE over the year since the catastrophe of Feb. 15, 1898, docs not indicate any reason for complaint that the Malno was not thoroughly remembered. The pen is mightier than the sword, but when it comes to making up an...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 18 February 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. k f ARIZONA SOLONS. The Killing of Bill the Principal Work of the Week. The woman's suffrage bill has reached the council and final action was set for Monday next. An anti gambling bill was introduced in the houoe by Scott. The cattlemen's bill for a larceny law, designated with particular refer ence to the crime of cattle stsaling, was presented in the house. It treats of that crime In minute detail, and is the most voluminous document yet presented. The reapportionment bill war killed in the house and the counties will still retain their old membership in the legislature. Mr. Goldwater's council bill, requir ing voters to vote in the precinct where they reside, failed to pass the council by a vote of 7 to 6. T.ie limine bill recognizing osteopa thy as a legitimate brother of alopa thy and homeopathy, was defeated by a tie vote of 6 to 6. Mr. Goldwater's bill fixing the term of office of all officers appointed by the governor at two years, passed tho house and Is ...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 18 February 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. t I BRIEF LOCALS. vwwwwwwwvwvwvvv a SAlTTRnAY,,'F,Eujttj,AnYl4l18!to. E. S. Gotnoy returned from Los Angeles Monday. L. W. Johnston of Winalow was a visitor here Tuesday. Ed Whipple was down from Belle mont several dajs this weok. 'MlHnTodd lu?t. Wednesday for Los Angele to buy her spring stock of millinery. P. D. Berry, or the Grand View hotel, Grand Cuuyon of the Colorado, i? In town this week. The Second-Hand Store have all kind of goods at one-half price. Wll puy cash for everything;. Do not p.iy fancy prices for now cloves wheil you can yet them at John Sanderson's at right prices. MU-SuuH. Springer of Alhambra, Cil.. U visiting her friend .Mrs. W. S. Robinson and will remain several weeks. Whether married or single It will pay you to call at the Second-Hand Store. They are sure to have some - thing j on need. Those de-drlng their houses or Mores fitted with pipe and fixtures, can' have Mio work done promptly and accurately by W. P. FrMlein. ltf Mr. .1. II. LI...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 18 February 1899
THE COCONINO SDN. 1 X I F.O. Poison, of Poison Brothers, Wil liams was in town today. Mux Salzman, the merchant prince ot Williams, Is in town to-day, on business. Mrs. Frank Hart arrived from Oak land, Cal., yesterday and will remain several days. . George W. McAdnms who has been spending the past ten weeks in San Francisco returned this morntug. Cluudc Emmerton and Monroe Green law returned Thursday from Jerome. They reKrt but one case of smallpox at that place. Babbitt Bros, this week purchased the general merchandise, stock ofiFra- zer, Daggs & Co., and will continue the business there. A bill has been introduced in the leg islature to transform.tbe. Flagstaff Re form school into a Normal. The bill ought to pass. Mesa FroeiPress. G. II. Gllraan who has been at Globe for the past three months returned Tues day. He says times are dull in Globe nnd the southern part of the, territory. The Arizona Lumber & Timber Com bany started the machinery in the saw mill on Th.ursd.iy a...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 18 February 1899
-,,,-ki-. THE COCONINO SUN. 25IHiiiiBil. Maine Memorial Set-rices. On Wednesday evening the court room wui crowded with she audience which assembled to do honor to the memry of the sailors who perished In the Maine disaster a year ago. At the hour for opening the services the guests of honor for the evening, six of Flagstaff's quota to the Rough Rider regiment, clad In uniform and escorted by the G. A. R. and members of Co. I, entered the hall and were greeted with a hearty round of applause. Capt. G. W. Glowner, the chairman of the meeting, stated its object In a few well chosen sentences, and closed with an earnest word of praise for the 1st Volunteer Cavalry in general and the Arizona companies In particular. The Star Spangled Banner was then sung by a, chorus made up from the choirs of tho churches, prayer was offered by Rev. George Logle of the Presbyterian church and at its close a memorial hymn sung by the chorus. Rev. F. Dllly of tho Catholic church was then Introduced, an g...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 18 February 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. J( g:g&gggg JW WJ A Special Exhibition of Fine Woolens in the Piece Saturday and Monday, FEBRUARY 18th and 20th Everybody Invited x x- f WD jj i. On the above date Messrs. Strauss Bros., vtr JU v &?&S?dz ow ' Chicago, New York and Cincinnati, Jrfi 1$7 3!'''( tne I1'000 Ilt oul" tore' Every late Spring tffl Vf 'VVINvVx au Summer 18U9 novelty of European and rf W - i k American manufacture will be included in W jjj H 0 I" hU display :::::::::::: J$l t A SKILLED CUTTER I ViJ: Of lonp experience, will be in uttendance rf W for the purpose of taking eorrect and pcieu- rrfjCSQfor St. tAj tilic measurements of all our customer who Sj!SffiSSZ W $?: desire Une fitting clothes at very low prices. ggR iW QuJ You can order now for immediate or future ljwl5!? iri iA delivery. Don't fail to call and Fee this dls- 35SsSr tflb ?$ play and have yourbelf scientifically measur- WlW (fift WO ed, el eu if not ready to order :::::: Flagstaff Cash Store 8 flft Flagstaff. Ariz...
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Ui4 TUB COCONINO SUN. 4, Make An Assignment. The, Flagstaff Commercial Company mado an assignment Satunlay to T. E. Pollock, of tliu Arizona Central Bank. The lir.n has been in business for the past four; unrs, and has been doing a fair business, and it was thought by the stockholders that the concern could bopull.-d through. Thoto.-k invoices $1-1,000 and the total assets aggregates SiSjOOO. The liabilities amount to $18,000. The assignee hopes to meet all the lUuilillL'sortholfrm and if the assets can readily bo turned into cash he will be ablu to ill) s,. TJj'oatoro was opened this morning wjtih T. 10. Pulliam as manager, and hlsfoicoof a half dozen clerks hae bojn kept buy all day soiling goods to wailing customers who tiro tuklng ad vannigu of lower prices th.m have beeu heretofore offered in Flagman". A Card of Thanks. To the clcrg.wnuu, tho choir and or chestra and tho many citizens who m geneiously uldert in making a success of our memorial services on the loth inst, I am mo...