Elephind.com contains 13,373 items from Coconino Sun, The
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 18 February 1899
THE COCONINO SON. h I AN ACT To Regulate the LivcStock Industry of the Territory of Arizona. H; B. No. 2(5, February 1, 1899. in troduced by J. W. Benhara. Read first time, rules suspended, "read second time by title, 300 copies ordered print ed, and referred to cammittee on live stock. Be it enacted by the legislative as sembly of the Territory of Arizona: Section 1 That wheu any live stock in the territory of Arizona is driven, shipped or moved from one county into another for the purpose of grazing thereon, the ouncis of such livestock shall pay a license therefor for each and every head of such live stock so found In the said county Into which said stock is driven, shipped or moved as aforesaid for the purpose of grazing. Suction 2 The Iward of supervisors of the several counties of this territory shall have authority and it shall be the duty of such board of supervisors to fix the amount of such license per head; provided, that such license shall "not exceed the sum of fifty ce...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 18 February 1899
THK-COCOMNO 8UN. j. m p : DANGER IN CALCIUM CARBIDE Rulei Governing Jt Sale in, New York Liquified Aeetyline Gs Prohibited. Superintendent Murray of the bureau of combustibles has made regulations jfovurnln tho transportations, storage and sale of calcium carbide, which tho fireman declare to bo iv source of danger hi a burning hiiildlu.', because when water reaches it acetylene gas in tfiven o(T. A uuiiiIkt of fctores keep It for use in bicycle l.unw. Hereafter, tn.translt or In itonij.'c. It must be inclosed In heri'iiiuilcallv Healed iron receptacle inirked 'D.nj;orouif not kept dry." No package may contain more than 100 pounds. It must be stored In Isolated buildings that aro flro and water proof. No artificial lljjht or heat will be per mitted in the building where it is stored Not more than twenty pounds, in bulk or In cartridges, may be kept in any store or factory, and this must be in a lire proof it if e or vault above the street Ifrailo and it must be kept six Inches above...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 18 February 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. 1 k Photographic The celebrated Cyclone cameras are being uhc(1 by amateurs and profes sionals all over the civilized world. The most compact and least complicat ed of any in tho market. AH can operate them. Plain and complete instructions go with eaoh camera. Sb.6 of picture 21x21 up to 5x7. Price $3.50 up. Noth ing or earth will give you or a friend to whom presented more pleasure than ono of the.-e cameras. Write for illus trated catalogue with full descriptions, price, etc. Maush Mfg. Co., 542 Lake street, Chicago. Reduced Rates to Phoenix. Commencing Wednesday, Dec. 7, 1898, and continuing up to and includ ing April 2(5, 1899, the Santa Fe Pacific Railroad company will boll round trip tickets from FlagstalT to Phoenix at the rato of $20.00. These tickets will only be old Wednesday of each week during period mentioned above and will be limited to continuous passage in each dlrjutl tn, with tiiiiil ii.ua of Unity days from date of sale. Geo. E. Sullivan, Agent. ...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 18 February 1899
sUAlfS5Ul-i&AliJ(J THE COCONINO SUN. I hare, saed Rlpans Tabules with so roach satls fiwtloa that I can cheerfully lecommcnd them. Bate been troubled (or nixmi tbre a ia.- with what I caded bilious atucks c morionmcularly once u wk. Was told by d!..-rst paysutaas that 11 wci caused by lad tcflh. , -!.lch I had several I Lad the teeth eiu.idsd. U'.t tho at Mcls continued. I In. 1 km utrr-rtlwtaMiis cf Klpans Tabules In all tho pcifrs but had 1:0 lalih In them, but about six wtelu s'nc u. f.-' nJ In ducedrae totry their- Havct aLuttv.oof tho Small Seeut boxis if tto T. '- an I l.xrulad norecurre'cei.f thoatti.k' -oncreei;!ejn testimonial (or auyt-St-j ' ', lint tho prtt amount cf good which I tll Ju Uti. o-.omu by IUpins Tabules luduo. sua t itUI liuco lotto mmy teetlmoulals yon doubtli lmru In 5 our pouesslon now. I waat to luform yen. In word of hUhott praise, of the U ac ill 1 hare derived f-ftm I!lnonsTab.xl.. 1 1.111 n profrssli ml h'ji o ted In this prof eMluu r. c r hejd Is...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 18 February 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. I. W. HARPER WHISKY k Sold for Medical Purposes only. J. J. DONAHUE, Sole Agent for Arizona. um ;. 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. f'Sc rt v'Xr ? t. 1 V' V' a '
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 18 February 1899
THK COCONINO SUN. &pott&yyyy:G:Kztt FOR 1899. ! I? 'VI Si CI t V :; rt1 !.M I The Coconino Sun. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Subscription Reduced to $2.00 PER YEAR. f Printed all at homo. f f Contains nil tin; local hows. V lias the largest .I'huulution of S i an paper in the county. j A1I1I11 C. M. FUNSTON, Editor and Proprietor, OGOXKO Flagstaff, A ri.onu. K ?IOWfcftAJ-u.V xxo:oxjo:o:i "TTQiinsS'wwMEfSSiSM : .V 'V: 'ft W 'ft' i I 'iV I'M J
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 February 1899
t?WiiiMiiiiTOiiiSS Ml I i . ( Cfye Coconino Sun. Vor.. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, FKB1WARY 25, 18!K). No. r. OAN.PmUeot , , M. I. PlOtDAN. Srtnunr , J: I ! r. j7oj 4 1 : -- - ; vf f- ARIZONA LUMBER AND TIMBER 'company." Native Pine-Lumber, ! Minulicturtrt of ' 4 ' auMMf ' t J; ;j II I; Props, Stulls, Boxes. Lath. $ I ( : Piling, I Shingles, I ' I; Ties, Lagging. j Sash and Doors. s j; ... Flagstaff, Arizona, t.V " ': zszzfmrnw'Y'V'm3!BBwmfrTrf,u i .... . , J..,,iigrs'
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 February 1899
4. THE COCONINO SUN. ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. ' OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. I rj y : Interest Paid on Time and Savings 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. . POLLOCK, President. T. E POLLOCK, Cashier. C. H. EDWARDS, Assistant Cashier. , C, MILLIGAN, MANUFACTURE Of Brick and Lime, W I' I st ,i CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER . S aaMJL V " Estimates Made on any kind ot Stone or Brick Work. 4i iilT" V(VV. - FLACSTAFF, ARIZONA. I sj J LIUUUK 5IUKC i I ( JULIUS AUBINEAU. I C DIAltlt IN r 5 FINE J WINES, WHISKIES I I LIQUORS CIGARS C Ouietc$t pUcc ia town. S T JVo gambling Mlhwed. S C Family Trade Solicited. 3 1 r r . ww-www. tow- ' g-oai mim$mmm msssmjm dKr Mi : ? 4
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 February 1899
Oje Coconino Snn. 1 Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, FEBRUARY 25, 1899. No. 5. V V IN THE PHILLIPPINES.,,, A Letter From a Former Flag staff Boy, Now Serving; in the First Nebraska RegU ment. Christmas Among the Soldier in the Land Where it is Al' , . ways Summer. Mrs. T. J. Coaltcr received this week a letter from her brother, Fred Rob erts, who is with the First Nebraska regiment. The letter was mailed ou January Oth and from which .The SUN culls some of his descriptions of life in the Philippines. "I suppose jou would like to know how we spent Christinas. Jt was quite pleasant and the morning was spent in quartets. At 1L o'clock we left for camp In one of the C. H. launches, the camp being a two miles water trip and it being more pleasant than by land. We passed many places of interest, first the ice factory, the brewrey, and the governor's paluc o, now occupied by Gen. Otis. We. weio toon outside of the city, utearalug along botween low lying banks. Wo could see the rice fields and the bamb...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 February 1899
HHH THE COCONINO SUN. his men as no other commander In the 8th iirray corps." y "Since the resignation of Gen. Whit tier Col. Colton has acted as collector of customs here. "At 8 o'clock we sat down to another spread that was far from meagre. We kept up the jolly time until 2 a. ra., so we wero kept from getting homesick, which Is u feeling quite prevalent among the bo.s. Our first Chtistmas In the Fllliplnos was a pleasant one, but I want to spend the next one In dear old Flagstaff whero the ground Is covered with Bnow." "Last week wo had the first death In our company. Fred Taylor died of ty phoid fever." "The Spaniards here are arrogant, but so far as wo ure concerned, they receive the same tieatment as is given the Filipinos. The pride of the Span iard is the greatest curse of that na tion. The biggest fool thoujrh is the Mestlza man. A Mestlza is a half breed who Invariable has the pride of the Spaniard and the foolish ignorance of the Filipino. They have the same swaggering wa...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 February 1899
THE COCONINp SUN. I f stoves are not thought of, and it is very seldom that the nights are cool enough to use a blanket." "Gen. Otis issued a proclamation yesterday, January 5th, that is crea ting a great deal of talk. He calls on the Filipinos to support the United States Government. Aquinaldo says he won't take any of it in his, it is in dependence or nothing with him, but we are not worrying, ,and everything is as quiet as usual." About Foreit Reserves. The following in reference to forest, xi reserves, hag heon furnished t.hn .Tnnr. j pal-Miner by a gentleman who has i made a study of the proposition, and hence conversant with the subject, and will be found of special interest at the present time, inasmuch as it corrects some erroneously conceived' opinions on the subject: "There seems to be a general dispo sition upon the part of those interested in sheep grazing and other pursuits in the vicinity of forest reservations, to confuse thorn with Indian and military reservations, u...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 February 1899
klfaMAHNSMMflrN THE COCONINO SUN. !1 1 L- ft,2" t-' a ' , '. ARIZONA SOLONS. Some of the Work Done During the Week by the LegttUture. Bunch Introduced a bill concerning' ees of clerks of courts, and ono to reg ulate tho salaries of sheriff of tliu ter , rltory. The latter provides that sheriffs of counties of thu first class shall receive a salary of $8,000 year year: second class $5,000 per j ear; third class $4,i00 per year; fourth class $3,000 per year; and fifth and sixth classes, $2,590 pur year. In many of t'.-o small counties under tho present fee system tho slier iffs are receiving double or even three times as much and the taxes of the people are accordingly burdensome':"' Goldberg's freight bill was made pe-' cial order for February 24. Bills were introduced by Bunch, by request, concerning judgments and the selling of same, and to Induce 'the con struction of railroads within the terri tory of Arizona and exempting the same from taxation for 12 years. Mr. Goldberg's freig...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 February 1899
THE.COCONINO SUN. 1 AFTER THE BLACK VARRIOR. Jaam A. -Fleming Offered .TbrccQusr' ten of a, Million for. Hi Pari. Mr. James A. Fleming has been offered 1750,000 for his interest in the Black Warrior. The offer was made by Joseph Seep of the Standard Oil company, who has been here for the last week with a party , 'of Pennsylva nians looking up copper properties. Just what Mr. Fleming's interest in the Black Warrior is, Is not known, but it is more than fifty per cent, though: probably not a great deal more, so that the whole property could no doubt be sold for about a million and a half. Mr.' Fleming declined the'offer which, by the way, is not a great deal more than he could have 'gotten while he was in the east a couple of months ago. Vilton, the Strangler. Charles Wilson, who recently came here from Fresno, Calif., and within a few days worked at Tempe, was arrest ed at the reservation last night by Dep uty Sheriff Bush for , attempting to strangle a woman. From all accounts Wilso...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 February 1899
i&iw&f&&i&j 1SPKL THE COCONINO SUN. It ?n I it 3 to K. -- ArthupC. Cordlner and David Kil patrtck have located and appropriated 25,000 inches of water of Verde river at tho head of Box canjpn, with reservoir and dam site. Jerome Reporter. Many a man Imagines every little matter tliut uffocts himself of greut Im portance to the world. Every rumbling of his own bowels he fancies an earth quake. Tho Santa Fo railroad expect to lmve trains running into San Franclsfo by October next. Mlssouriaiix whlll hold a picnic nt the park on Satuid.iy. Hon. Henry P. Ashurst, speaker of tho houjo, has promised to delivor an address In the Missouri language, his native tongue. Enterprise. The papal delegation at Washingt n has been oillcially advised, from Rome of the appointment of Bishop Peter Bourgade, of Tucson, Arizona, as arch bishop of Santa Fe. Tho bill for the establishing of tho northern Arizona Normal school at Flagstaff, has been reported favorably by the house commltt...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 February 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. A T" OUR HEROES. When the rampant British lion Long Britannia's haughty boast. Learned and gave those valued lessons On our broad Atlantic coast What a tiny band of heroes For .the nation still was young Clustered round their old time leader, The nation's first love, Washington. Rich, the heritage gave us, Passed from father unto son; Till the boys went forth to battle In the days of sixty-one. Then came Custer with his forces. In the fight against the sloui. Adding luster adding glory, To the old, the honored blue. Then this year so over-crowded. Heard again the clarion call. And the hearts that thrilled In sixty, Gave again their treasured all. How our old Impatient veterans Longed once more the blue to don. ) But "Old Time" had claimed his tribute So they cheered our "Terrors" on. But when talking of our heroes. We would speak from bias free; Men who struggled for the Union, Not more brave than those with Lee. Cheer the boys who stayed In Tampa, Waiting orders t...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 February 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. ; BRIEF LOCALS. jj Saturday, February 25, 1899. Adam Mohlcnpah returned from Kingman Monday. E. S. Wilcox and family returned from California Tuesday. J. W. Weatherford and family re turned from Phoenix Monday. C. P. Sllvernall nnd J. M. Sanford of Williams, were visitors hero Wednes day. Geo. W. Sturtevant, Jr., and sister Mrs. Weeks returned to Chicago, Sat urday. D. L. Cunningham, Iho Williams at torney, spent several days here this week on legal business, The Second-Hand Store have all kinds of goods at one-half price. Will pay cash for everything. Do not pay' fancy prices for new gloves when you can get them at .lohn Sanderson's at right prices. E. H. Simpson, who ha been ap pointed postmaster at Williams, spent a couple of days hero this week. My dwelling house for rent for a terra of one or two years. Also furni ture forsalo inlump. Mrs. .T.Sanderson. Mrs. .F. W. Smith, of Sellgman, spent several day here this week, vis- Iring relatives, returning home on Th...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 February 1899
THE COCONINO, SUN. ) Frank Beai returned from Phoenix this morning. Fred Volz, the Canyon Diablo Indian trader, was in town Tuesday, W. D. Eaton, the mining man, left this morning for New York. Ilfirry Hibben ha opened an Indian curio store in the Loy building. Two inches of snow fell last night and the weather bureau bays cloudy to day and to-morrow. Mrs. N. A. Cameron, who is in ill health, will leave to-morrow for Chica go where she will probably remain some time. J. Anblneau and wife returned from Los Angeles yesterday. His health is fully restored. " During his -stay in Los Angeles he met many former residents of Flagstaff who are located in that. city. The celebration of Washington's birthday under the auspices of the sol diers was a pleasant affair. Addresses were made by Dr. D. J. Brannen, E. S. Clark, .T. E. Jones. A bean supper fol lowed the speaking and those who wished danced until the early hours of the inoi nlug. G. N. Baty, the painter and decoia- tor, has just finish...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 February 1899
-- "' inniiiuMi 7iii i ff THE COCONINO SUN. W THE PIONEER HOSB COMPANY. The Ed. E. Ayer Piencer Hose Co., Officers Elected Committee Appointed Grand Ball March 17. An enthusiastic meeting was held by the Ed. E. Ayer Pioneer Hose Co., last Saturday night. Frank A. Doherty was elected secretary and Lyman H. Tolfreo treasurer. A committee was appointed to wait on the J. Aubineau Hose Co., requesting them to relin quish their claim on the No. 1, the Pioneer Co., contending that being sit uated in the central business part of town that they were entitled to the first district number, but they could come to no satisfactory agreement with the Aubineau Co. At the meeting held Tuesday night last, the following com mittees were appointed by Foreman Donahue. To confer with city council, Vail, Coulter, Tolfree, Marshall, Priest; On by-laws, Carroll, Gale, Priest; Fi nance, Jackson, Simpson, Kilgore: Care of quarters, location of pugg, valves, Marshall, N. J. Cameron, Cooper, J. B. Smith, Dohert...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 February 1899
43Wh THE COCONINO SUN. ) Smllpoz at Jerome. Ah was stated in last week's issue, Jeroino stands an excellent show fur an epidemic,of smallpox. This statement In the Reporter caused some dissatis faction lust week, und we were accused of being needlessly alarmed. That the steps taken by county authorities are wholly inadequate, the develop ment of two new cases In unexpected quarters proves conclusively. Mrs. H. V. Wager has a well defined case of smallpox and is under the care of Dr. Dr. Wood at the hospital. Her case Is rendered even moro serious on account of giving birth to a. child Fri day night. The little one was taken from its mother, it is hoped, before it contracted the disease. Airs. Wager is the wife of H. V. Wager who is em ployed as a nurse at the hospital. Dr. Wood is confident that Mrs. Wager will survive the attack. At press hour we learn of the devel opment of varioloid at the home of Carpenter Milne. One of his children, a boy about ten years old, has a well defined...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 February 1899
jWPBgfettB THE COCONINO 8UN. he fKocatilno gutt. Entered In the Postofflce at Flagstaff as second class matter. Issued every Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars a year, tn advance. Every paper Is stopped at the expiration of the time paid (or C M. FUNSTON, Editor. Flagstaff, Saturday, Fed. 25, 1899. The New York senate passed a bill making It a misdemeanor to uso the national flag for advertising purposes. Now that the Kansas legislature has fixed upon 10 cents as the legal charge for a shave, may one expect the popu list party to part with its beard? Ethan Allen Hitchcock, of Mis souri, recently United States ambassa dor to Russia, took the prescribed oath and entered upon hisdutiesas secretary of the Interior on Monday. Russia proposes to try cheap fares on the great Siberian railroad. A through ticket from St. Petersburg to the Pacific, a distance of 5000 mile, for 160, will encourage outing trips around the world. The president has issued proclama tions setting aside the f...