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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 February 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. Santa Fe Pa, R, R. Co, Cdndented Time Card No. 4. In effect November 23, 1898.J WK3T. 'WEST. EABT. tEAST. ' STATIONS. No. I. No. 3. No. 2. No. 4. 10 00 p 8 00 p L Chicago A 9 00 p. 9 5 a. 11 SO a. 9 35 a. Kansas City 7 00 a. 910 p. 320 a. 430 a. Derner 600 p 500 p. 4 25 a 1100 a La Junta 1160 a. 6 45 p. 905 p i M u Albuquerque 1025 p 605 p. 230 a ... . Wlneate 535 p 255 a. 425 p Gallup 5 15 p. 1 43 p. 645a ...v... Ilolbruok 130 p..... . 7 05 a 7 35 p Winslow 12 35 p. 0 65 a. 9 30 o 9 52 p. Flagstaff 10 40 a 8 19 a.. II 15 a. II 10 p. Williams 9 22 a. 7 07 a. 12 30 p iu5 ii. Ash Fork 805 a. 660 a. U35 p . . L Ash Tork A 5 60 a. . ., .. 2 27 p A Jerome Jc L 4 00 a. 3 10 p Prescott 3 10 a. . . . 045 p ... Congrcssjc. 1125 a.. .. 9 -J) p I'hmntx 8 30 p. 1230 f. 1205 a. L Ash ForK A 805 a! 650 u. tl Pench Springs 430 a 330 p 240 p. Kinsman 160 a. 1233 a. H" p i035 p The Needles 10 65 p 10 35 p. 705 p ..,.. Blake 927 p. 915 p Bagdad 640 p ...... . 12 15' a ...4). Vtusmtt...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 February 1899
J MWIiH Mill THE COCONINO SUN. Photographic The celebrated Cyclone camera! are being used by amateurs and profes sionals all over the civilized world. -The most compact and least complicat- ed ot any In the market. All can operate them. Plain and complete instructions go with each camera. Size of picture 2ix2t up, to 5x7. Price $3.50 up. Noth ing or earth will give you or a friend to whom presented more pleasure than one of these cameras. Write for illus trated catalogue with full descriptions, price, etc. Marsh Mfg. Co., 542 Lake street, Chicago. Reduced Raits to Phoenix. Commencing Wednesduy, Dec. 7, 1898, and continuing up to and includ ing April 26, 1899, the Santa Fe Pacific Railroad company will sell round trip ticket from Flagstaff to Phoenix at the rate of $20.00. These tickets will only be sold Wednesday ot each week during period mentioned above and will be limited to continuous passage in each direction, with tiual limit of thirty days from date of sale. Geo. E. Sullivan,...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 February 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. ) -I. W. HARPER WHISKY -f I Sold for Medical Purposes only. J. J. DONAHUE, sole Agent for Arizona. The Affairs of Europe i ' "; M, ;hm '-. " '. - fr.4i. ?1 . ,lTi .. -ff V - Wra S" l vCa '4 i e& 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 u '.M 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. J ! rvf iff Tie CMcaon Record, stone of, all American.,' Z' r-.mi newspapers outside New York city, '.'is , l! now prints original and exclusive L s cable dispatches daily from , ' , ?SS5a!i ri - ' ".t y. 'i?i htwjkjb tfre ea cap7as of Europe. " rHf '4W l x-mZSS&W'FSSSte .aamsgasias 4 :,
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 February 1899
BI.UiuJMlJi THE, COCONINO SUN. e M I have used Rlpans Tabnles with to much satis faction that I can cheerfully tmuwnd them. Hare been troubled for about tare year with what I called U1!lou attacks coming On regularly oaca a week. Wai toM by different physicians that It was cawed by bad teeth, of which I Lad several. I had tha tooth extracted, tut the at tacks continued. I had icon advertisements of Rlpans Tabulea In all the papers but had so tilth In them, but about sis weeks since a friend In duced me to try them. Bare taken but two of the email S cent boxes cf the Tabulcs and hare bad no recurrence of the attacks. Here norer siren a testimonial for anything In tore, but the en at amount of good which I belle e has been ilono ma by Ripens Tabulea Induces ma to wld nlno to the many testimonials you doubtless have In your posaasalon now. -I want to Inform too. m words of highest praise, of the brurAt 1 hare derived from Rlpani Tabulcs. I am a professional nurso and In this profession...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 February 1899
IMWWft. THE COCONINO SUN. - ' W. HARPER WHISKY Sold for Medical Purposes only. ) J. J. DONAHUE, Sole Agent fan Anizoha. The Affairs j o Europe iZ& k are faithfully portrayed in the original and 7 exclusive cable dispatches which THE CHI- H CAGO RECORD prints daily from the leading capitals of the old world. This magnificent 1 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 jfcm ciated Press. The Chicago Record, alone of all American J newspapers outside New York city, ' lf now prints original and exclusive - ' cable dispatches daily from .. K v the leading capitals of Europe. - fa3. pTr Wn3f6fl9flPfi iWvi tiwaagt,,;.: l &ti2L&M!E&& - - a.
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 February 1899
IN IflUt J.tMRIEBSHKflSUnunMuew .Territorial Libra, y feU 1 9,.. COCONlNO 3UN 1 1 QcooocoxN:ocog5giic5i6::o:ocox? ; FOR 1899. The Coconino Sun. SI PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Subscription Reduced to $2.00 PER YEAR. A J Printed all at home. f Contains all tho local news. $ T as l,e lnrgyst circulation of any paper in the county. j A lil ii . C. M. FUNSTON, Editor and Proprietor, Flagstaff, Arizona. V'0yzyyy::&::jGtttt S3S3!K55S5SaB5E5SJS; :' 5! 1 ' & r
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 March 1899
?e Coconino Sun: Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, MARCH 4, 1809. NO. 6. r. A. ttOKDAN. fmUcnt II. I. tlOtDAN. Snrturr ! F. r. 5JO Trtmrtt. J !; ARIZONA I LUMBER AND TIMBER jj CQAWVUvy; jjr , ' Mtaufieturert of ' Native Pine Lumber, j; ' Props, StuUs. Boxes, Lath, ', 'I Piling, ' Shingles. jj ; Ties, Lagging. j Sash and Doors. ';' j; ' Flagstaff, t Arizona, ji --Biavr - .
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 March 1899
THK COCONJ.NO HU.W ,-t V!V ? i i . :; jSI- ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, j FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. 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. J. POLLOCK, President. T. E POLLOCK Cashier. v C H. EDWARDS, Assistant Cashier. $J, C. MULLIGAN,' MANUFACTURE OF iBtick and Lime, CONTRACTOR AND 1 BUILDER Estimates' Made on any 'kind' ol Stone or Brick Work. J 'SK.-VAA,-V'J' - ',"".' FLACSTAFF. ARIZONA. rNvwvvwwr u J LIUUUK 3IUKC 5 ( JULIUS AUBINEAU, I DCALtn IN f ' C FINE Lm- S WINES, WHISKIES I LIQUORS-1GI6ARS J Oulttttt pUte in Iowa. 5 No gambling allowed. ,V Family Trade Solicited. S WMHi HP
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 March 1899
Cfye Coconino Sun. Vol. xvi. FLAGSTAFF, MARCH 4, 1899. No. 6 V THE COAL FIELDS. Description of a Trip to Great Coal Deposits. the What Al Doyle and Joseph Hunt Saw on Their Recent Trip. Doyle Moralize . On Various Kinds of Fossils. We left Flagstaff on the morning of the 18th of February 1899, with a team of horses and buckboard loaded with provisions, picks, shovels, drills and sufficient giant powder to make the old coal hills ring. They are locafsd north of Flagstaff 90 miles and extend north-north-east Into the state of Colorado. The purpose of our trip was to get some samples and have them analyzed to ascertain if these great field contain merchantable coal. There was nothing startling the first day out, only the discovery that we had nothing on our buckboard stronger than Arbuckle coffee and giant powder. The second day we traveled- over a beautiful country, sloping gradually toward the Little Colorado river to Tanner's crossing, about sixty miles north of FlagstafT, the most ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 March 1899
THK COCONINO SUN. i it :, artesian water could easily be obtained. We judge the altitude here to bo about 4,500 feet. The fourth day wo left Moon Ava with Win. R. Allen as our guide and camped that nlghUwherothoold Moqul tniil leaves the Moen Copi wash and crossed the Nuajo mesa, which la a high table hind and extensive in area. This trail is traveled by the Moquls and Navajo Indians, and by its appear ance was u publie highway for the red men when Georgo Washington was a boy. Next day wo. commenced tho ascent of the great Navajo mesa, following the old Moqui trail. The summit of the mesa Is about 1,800 feet above the wat-h and about live, miles distant. The ground we traversed to the top is very loose sand, which made itdilllcultwork for both horse and man and consumed about four hours' time. This iiicmi Is nearly level and covered with a fair growth of grass. Largo bands of Nav ajo ponies could Iks seen in all direc tions The ?otl of this mesa is good, and If it were irrigated by ...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 March 1899
THE COCONINO 8UN. town or city. There are some old fos sils or mossback newspaper men who live in some sections of Arizona who look on the dark side of everything and who tand ready (with their hands out stretched) and willing to object to ev erything that might be of a benefit to the public, that we are forced by the constitution of the United States to toler ate their presence, these same newspa per fossils are not capable of promulga ting an original Idea, but always print what they consider "cold," "cold" facts and some of their facts are very cold indeed to the average reader.. The first phosphate or fossil deposit referred to In the coal fields, were here probably when our Savior' was blessing little children, and possibly centuries before, awaiting the industrious hand of man to come and gather them and grind them up and use them as "guano" to fertilize the soli for tho benefit of mankind. The other old fossils or moss backs you see walking around your town would not even do ...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 March 1899
TPSSBBSSSS TUB COCONINO SUN. A MAUSERS AND DELIRIUM. Major McClIntock Corrccti an HUtor ical Error. Among the so called histories of the war with Spain precipitated before the war was over upon un already suffering public, was one by Trumbull White which is in reality nothing more than u badly and hastily written description of Cuba and disjointed newspaper ac counts of the buttle of Munilu bay and the mora important laud and naval en gageiueM in and about Cuba. The onl. redeeming feature of the 'history' is its binding, which Is ornate If 'not rich. Describing this peculiar effect to Mauser bullets, Mr. White writes, or rather copies, from Richard Harding Davis, that Lieutenant Robert Thomas of L troop of the Rough Riders, was shot through the leg and almost imme diately after became strangely and wildly delirious. - Major James H. McClIntock explain ed this phenomenon yesterday. Lieu tenant Thomas was wounded at Las Guasimas soon after Major McClIntock fell. JiHt then the New Mexi...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 March 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. i TWO APPOINTMENTS. Governor Murpby yesterday sent, the name of R. L. Long to the council as territorial superintendent of public instruction, and that of Dr. E. N. Mol ler of Yuma as territorial prison1 phy sician. The latter nomination was made on the recommendation of Coun cilman Carpenter and Aswmblyman Doan of Yuma county. The nomination of Mr. Long1 was made on) account of his extended ac quaintance with the educational affairs of the territory. It is not generally known, but It is a fact, that Mr. Long is the outhor of the present school law of the territory. He drafted a bill which was passed by the Thirteenth legislature. Though it has since been slightly amended it has never been es sentially changed. Mr. Long held the office of superin tendent of public instruction in 1884 and 1885i At that time the office was elective or wa construed to be, though it was afterward admitted that the ap pointment of the superintendent was one of the prerogatives of the go...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 March 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. fohc oconino tm. Entered in the Postomro at Flaxataff as second clas matter. Issued every Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars a year, In advance. Every paper I stopped at the uplratlon of the time paid for C M. FUFSTON, Editor. " ii. i - . i , Flagstaff, Batukday, Mar. 4, 1899. The white man's burden in Arizona is to often a protracted "jag." TilK bill for the establishing of the Northern Arizona Normal school, has p.issed the assembly. Pjiobauly at some later tlmo when man is struggling, for emancipation there will be "husband's congress,' too. The report up to date indicate that the number of Filipinos that have been "benevolently assimilated," reaches well up. Into the thousands. , Among the other diversions offered the Flagstaff school teacher, is that from time to time as to what part of her salary she will get next month. IN justice to the poet who wrote of "the white man's burden," It should be said that he could not possibly foreseen the effect It tva...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 March 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. I ) ED'.-.ORIAL COMMENT. "Twentieth Terriers" would make a good name for the present legislature If it persisted in preventing all railroad legislation. Enterprise. One of our citizens yesterday sug gested that tho twentieth legislature should be called the "Tough. Riders," "because," he said, "it is tough on the people the wjy the members are riding over their best interests. Gazette. If our legislature desires to do some thing in commemoration of Captain O'Neill, why not appropriate that $10, 003 to the Flagstaff t.chool and name it the "O'Neill Memorial School," or anything else that would characterize the act properly. Herald. Bunch stands at the head of the leg islature In the introduction of bills. Up to date ho has presented nineteen. Scott, of Maricopa, is a close second with sixteen to his credit. Gonzales, of Apache county, is down for one, but that one is as long us the combined epistles of the prophets. Arthur has not Introduced any bill, neither has he...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 March 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. jj BRIEF LOCALS. jj Saturday, .March 4, 1899. Mrs. David Babbitt returned from Los Angeles Tuesday. J. W. Francis and his family returned from Phoenix Tuesday. Ed I. Galo spent a couple of days In Wlnslow the early part of the week. A. H. Spellmire returned yestorday from a visit with his family in Los Angole-t. 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 utJohn Sanderson's at right prices. The south aide of the San Francisco peaks are free from snow, an unusual thing for this season of the year. George Hoxworth, treasurer of Coco nino county, has set the delinquent tax sale for Wednesday March 29, 1899. This week closes the sixth month of school. A full report for the month will be published In next week's issue. My dwelling house for rent for a term of one or two years. Also furni ture for sale in lump. Mrs. J. Sanderson. V. A. Mayflower, who has been c...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 March 1899
BSjwm K waammsKSSSSst THE COCONINO SUN. An election for school trustee of Flag staff school district will be.heldon Sat urday March 25th. The term of J. C. Grim expires.AprlU. It is reported that many of theApoche children on the San Carlos reservation are aick with the. measles and that sev eral deaths have occurred. The public school library is growing. Pif ty-flve volumes and five dozen three sets supplementary reading pamphlets have been added this month. The local weather prophets predict a big.snow storm for next week and. we trust that the prophesy may prove, true, as it is just what is needed to keep the water supply. The town council received one thous and feet of first-class fire hose, yester day. If the hose company's were sup plied with good hose carts they would soon be in fine shape to fight fire. P. R. Weatherford & Co., are busy getting their new stock in shape for opening on Monday. They have a fine assortment of general merchandise, bought especially for this m...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 March 1899
-rt THE COCONINO SUN. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE The Board of Supervisors were in sjsslon yesterday and to-day. Flagstaff Lodge No. 7, F. fc A. M. hold ha its regular meeting to-night. The youngest child of David Babbitt who has been quite ill this week, is improving. D. R. Rowo, the superintendent of the Santa Fe tie preserving plant at Beilemont, is quite ill. Samples of the coal brought in from tho coal fields by Allen Doyle can bo seen at The Son oillco. Max Salzumn, who always leads in anything that is for the progress of Williams, was in (own Tuesday, Pat Gavin, formerly road master of this division of the Santa Fo Pacific, spent, several days here this week. When the census of 1890 was taken Arizona had six dailies and eleven weeklies. All were English except one, tho exception noted being Span ish. Now there aro twelve dallies and twenty-live weeklies exclusive of tho weekly issues of tho various dallies. . Lieutenant Walter G.Scott of tho First Territorial regiment returned from A...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 March 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. Tl Rich Placers. H. h. Harris and Judge M. Redman arrive from the Colorado river lust Monday, , They' brought with' them sixty ounces.of gold nugget worth $18.00 per ounce, as the result of three weeks' work. The peculiarity of the placer, field, is that, no line gold is found, the smallest piece weighingvuot less than, wenty-ilvecents.i" Messrav Red map.and ECarrisjrofuse ito divulge the whereabouts; of. the find, but several Kipgjnanitfla.bellevo they can ' find ' the treasure, ground. The location is said to be close to, the river and Is evidently an old channel. The two men went out again yesterday morning. Mohave Miner. Tell Your Sister . A beautiful complexion Is an impossi bility without good pure blood, the sort that only exists in connection with good digestion, a healthy liver and bowels Karl's Clover root tea acts directly on the bowels llver.and kidneys keeping them In perfect health. Price 25 cts.r and 60 cts., for sale by W. R. Edwards. 1(1, bl. BORN....
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 March 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. George Rich and associates on the Verde have discovered uu extensive prehistoric graveyard, from which they havo exhumed a large amount of pot tery, spear und arrow heads, stone ira ments, etc. Mr. Burkes, who ha seen their collection, says it surpasses anv collection of similar character which ho has ever seen, consisting of hundreds of specimens in good condition. Je rome Reporter. You Try It. IfShlloh's couch and consumption cure, which is sold for the small price of 23 cts., 50 cts. and $1,00, does not cure take the bottlo back and we will refund your money. Sold for over fifty years on this guarntee. Price 25 cts. and 60 cts., for sale by W. E. Edwards. i Notice to Teachers. ' The next teachers quarterly exami nation for certificates to teach in Coco nino county will bo held at the 'court house in Flagstaff, on Monday und Tuesday, March Httf undtfth, 1899."' N. G. LaYTON, County Sup't. Many a Lover Has turned with disgust from an other wise lovable girl with a...