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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 March 1899
THE COCONINO SON. ,1. W. HARPER WHISKY T nimBBttSSS . Sold for Medical Purposes only. J. J. 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. r The Chicago Record, alone of all American newspapers outside New York city, now prints original and exclusive r, , , ' came aispaicnes aauy irom , the leading capitals of Europe. '" f rv i ynwjaWBlB! -
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 March 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. "if SHERIFFS SALE. M. Salzman, plaintiff, . VS. I S3. T. J. Ross, defendant. ) Under and by virtue of an execution Issued out of the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District, of the Terri tory of Arizona, County of Coconino, on the ICth day or March 1898, and to mo as sheriff duly directed and deliv ered on a judgment rendered In said court in the above entitled action, on the first day of Maacli 1809, for the sum of One thousand and Ninety-Five and Ninety One-Hundredth Dollars ($1, 095.90) principal, and One Hundred and Sixty-Four and Thirty-Four One- Hun dredth Dollars ($164. 34), attorneys fees, with Interest at the rate of one percent, from said 10th day of March 1898, upon Twol-.e Hundred and Sixty and Twen-ty-Seien One-Hundredth Dollars ($1, 260.27) and Nine Ninety Onc-nundedth Dollars ($9.90) costs. The total sum of Twel re Hundred and Sixty Dollars and Twenty-Seven cents , ($1,260.27) with interest, thereon as1 abo.-e described, together with all ac-J...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 March 1899
JjwyH.iL THE COCONINO SUN. i A Photographic. ' The celebrated Cyclone cameras are being ued by itmateurs and profes- ulonals all over the civilized world. The most compact and least complicat ed of uny In the market. All can operate them. "Plain and complete Instructions go with each camera. Size of picture 21x2 up to 5x7. Price $3.50 up. Noth ing or earth will give jou or a friend to whom presented more p'casure than one of these cameras. Write for illus trated catalogue with full descriptions, price, etc. Mahsii Mfo. Co., 542 Lake street, Chicago. Reduced Rates to Phoenix. Commencing Wednesday, Dec 7, 1898, and continuing up to and includ ing April 20, 189!), the Santa Fe Pacific Railroad company will sell round trip tickets from Flagstaff to Phoenix at the rate of 820.00. These tickets will only behold Wednesday of each week during period mentioned above and will be limited to continuous passage in each direction, with tlnal limit of thirty days from date of sale. " Gko. E. Sulli...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 March 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. I bare wd BJpeoi Tabula with w roue eats. iKtloa that I can cheerfully recommend them. tar been troubled fur about three yar with what X called Mloui attack omkut on tegularly oace wtak. Wat told br dUerent puytlclant that It wa canned br bad teeth, of which I bad MTeraL I bad the. tMtb extruded. I Kit the at tack continued. I bad teen adTertlaemraU of Rlpan Tabula In all lb paper bat bad no faith tntbaa, but about alz weak lnce a friend In duced m to try them. Btb taken bat two of the mall aoent boxe of the Tabule and bae bad no recurreucect the attack!. Hat never green a tettuaonlal (or anything before, bat the great amount of good wblchlbeuet ha Location me br alcana Tabulae ladaoe nto to cA.l niiae to the many teatlmonlal 70a doubtl bar la jour W. A. i.iawrrrr. I want to Inform ro. a word or hlgheat pralav of tba benrSt I bar derived from Rlpana Tabule. 1 am a profeatloaal nurse and In tbl prof ettlon a clear bead I alway needed. Japan Tabule doe It. After on o...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 March 1899
i u .t , 1 V ft I 1 f I $ j . Santa Fe Pa, R, R. Co, Condentnrf Tlm f.arit kin A Condented Time Card No. 4, (In effect Noember 23. IH. MT. K3T. No. ). Ill rt n ii ai a., vs a 3 20 n. 4 31) a. 4 25 a., I oo ii I HTA1ll)M. am p. 230 U. 255 aJ 545 a. 7 0S a. 9 30 a. II IS IL IS SO p. 1180 u. ... . .1 4 25 p 7 35 11 1)52 11 II 10 n 12 US U. I .'35 p 2 27 p a in ii 45 n 9 20 p. I ill n .203 1)1 30 p 45 p, ' in p. I5 ti. I IS a. 30 a. 2 10 a. 3 IS n. 30 a. I IS 11 U4S p f' 8 00 pin Chlnum A If nnuu i Ml a Denier La Juntn Albuquerque Wlnirate Gallup llolb rook Wlnslow Flagstaff Williams Anil Fork KHT. tK-lST. No. 2. ' No. 1. 000 i) (HI a, 9 5 a. 0 10 p. f SOI) p. 5(ltl pi 1 2 os n. '2 in "ii". 10 35 p. su 1M p. I. Axb Fork A A Jerome Jc L Prescott Oonuress Jc. Phuenlx L Ash Fork A reach Sprlnus Kingman The Needle II lake, llajfilud' Dawett liars tow Krnmct Moae Los Ansreles San DIemi San Francisco 1 1. VI a. 10 JS p. 8 35 d. IS v-t I P- 130 ii 12 S5 IL 1040 a. 9 22 a. KOS a. AMI 400 3 10 1...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 March 1899
.. .jizrk.v pncou s r fh l sro.NiNo sun. .goo: nwpo raoc:3ogrefroiic s FOR 1B99. I "3 The Coconino Sun. x PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. V V i' iV i 1 v- c; Subscription Reduced to $2.00 PER YEAR. '., ,iitiii'- Printed all at horn:. Contains nil tin: local m:vs. S litis tlio largest circulation of j any paper in flu: comity?8" MA C. M. FUNSTON, Editor and Proprietor, X l:lunsUill'. Arixonu. iv. '"wiWWMWjWBWwtiWSat c 't v LtftMLffAMOl' SI I 4 A "1 8 (
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 March 1899
kOft Coconino Suit Vol. XVI. FLAG8TAFF, MARCH 25, 1899. T.A. JtlOtDAN. rmideal U. I. KIOtDAN. Stcirurr i F. r. SISSON. Tm-irtr. ' J j, Vw. , AgizpNA , . ji ji LUMBER AND TIMBER f; 3- company; -'''" ij ! . ' -v, - Mtaultcturtr ot -. . - - ! Native Pine Lumber, ; Props, Stalls. Boxes, Latb, ; - a 1 Piling. Shingles, j: !; - Ties, Lagging. Sash and Doors. i; yti t Flagstaff, Arizona NO. 9. JfS- "'! v"5t. i, : k 4$-" Va .r r...-:;, ' - .Vfft'.'.l s-V &i i.fAw-5 ra , 1 , .ia . I!. M
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 March 1899
3H5HHSHH SIM! THE COCONINO SUN. X Mawy I - 42, an act relating? to inortgai iSi, an net forrdUef Wnff-I Osborn 1, an net to amend act 51 of 18th as sembly. ' f h i, , 131, an act to amend title XII, chap. 6, pir.341R. S. , , , , 101, an act adding powers to incor porated cities. 102, same as above. 61, an act to icpe.il act 54 of 10th assembly, relative to salaries), county otfleors. " i 105, general appropriation bill. COUNCIL HILLS, , t 1. an act to legalise the ucU of cer ttin notaries public. , 5, an act to abolish the'teiritos-lal board of Immigration. , 14, an net to legalize the acts of hoard of supervisor in 5h and til h class, roomies lor collection of luxe. 13, an act to uuiend see. 2iS0, R. S. a to ten itorlal .warrants. 18, an act to legalize the i utentlou of fees bj county assessors for collect ing poll tax. 22, an act relating to tegihtration in 1 ties. 35, an act limiting terms of territo rial otlices. 10, an act to amend par, 2239, sec 0, title XLIIR.S.. 24. an act ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 March 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. " ) THB VOTERS fXG. Ettty Voter Mutt Produce His Poll fix Receipt Before-He Can Vote. An act to amend paragraph 1599, sec tion 1, title 21, paragraph 2723, title LVI., and to repeal chapter, 5 of title 21 of the Revlred Statutes of Arizona. Section 1. That paragraph 1590. sec tion 1, re amended to read as follows: Every male citizen of the United States of the age of twentyme years, who shall have been u resident of Ari zona hlx'mu'iuhs preceding any election and of the county, precinct or ward of a town or city iu which he claims his' vote thirty days, who has paid a poll tax In any county in' Arizona within the past twelve month, shall be entl to vote at all elections in the territory, which are now, or may be hereafter authorized b"y law? upon exhibiting his poll tax receipt to the election officers, or by furnshing'sntlsfaetory" legal evi dence to said officers or having paid his poll lax. Section 2. The poll tax herein men tioned shall be paid on or before the...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 March 1899
OTmtwmt'gmmraaMra THB COCONINO SUN. k ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, ( FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. Interest Paid on Time and Savings Deposits. I 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. POLLOCK Cashier. C H. EDWARDS, Assistant Cashier. , C MULLIGAN, MANUPACTUIttn or Brick and Lime, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER . Estimate Made on any land ol Stone or Brick Work. ' ' FLACSTAFF. ARIZONA. SlIQUOIKSJOReI JULIUS AUBINEAU. I f DIAII IN f C FINE S WINES, WHISKIES I 7 Liouoes-cienfis t wuierer puce ta town. j J No gambling allowed. i Family Trade Solicited. i ( 3
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 March 1899
yfrwawMf ftrj Idfeiltet. , Cfye Coconino Sun. Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, MARCH 25, 1899. NO. 9. ' JhMil WWW THE NEW LAWS. Giren In Chronological Order at Signed By the GoTeraer. The following Is a list of bills intro duced in council aud house, passing both, and becoming the laws of the ter ritory through the signature of the governor. But one bill was passed over the gov ernor's veto and it was the act repeal ing the loan commission of the ter ritory. HOUSE BILLS. 6, appropriation for current expenses of certain committees. 2, an act providing for (he printing of the, governor's message. 19, an act to amend subdivision 14 of par 1530, ec. 58, R. S. 39, an act to encourage prospecting. 43, an act to encourage construction of reservoirs, canals, etc. ttO, an act amending act,83, sixteenth asxembly. 31, an act protecting trade marks and labels. 15, an act to extablish free libraries and reading rooms. 9, an act to repeal act 39, of the eigh teenth assembly, relating to age of consent. 4l, a...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 March 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. Z2 R To the Citizens of Flagstaff and Vicinity, THE NEW YORK STORE Has opened, in the Sanderson Store, -WITH A LINE OF- X DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES AND LADIES' NOTIONS, XVLadies' and Children's Shoes a Specialty. Prices and Qualities Never Before Known in Flagstaff. Don't Forget the Place i Sanderson's Former Store. ONE PRICE. THE NEW YORK STORE. TZ Thlaks Trouble Brewlst. The hheep Interest ot Arizona have won a signal victory over their neigh bors, the cattlemen, because, we will repent again, they stood together In their demands and their work before the legislature, while the cattlemen did for what they did, we cannot but believe thut the cattle interests got the little end of the business, and that they will have to continue to be Imposed upon, unlets, as has been hinted, they will take the matter in their own hands. 'They cun hardly do otherwise. Laying the matter of legislation aside, we truly hope that no class of people will invite Ktrlfe which will...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 March 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. h t The compromise effected' recently between W. A. Clark and Duke, Sherj man and other, in the litigation over mining properties near Jerome, means much for that portion of thin county. Under the. terms of the compromise it In stated that W. A.' Clark, among other advantages, obtains a site for a new smelter, on-ground -much more fa vorable for such a plant than the pres ent location. This fact naturally raises the presum'ption that It U the intention at no very distant day to remove hi plant to this location. This preemp tion is con firmed by the fact that he m already made a uurvey for the ex tension of Ills rullioad to that point. The properties, which have been tied up for neverul yearn, will now be woikcd actively. It in generally be lieved, and a belief which is said is largely shared by W. A: Clark, as well aa others, that this group promises to becqme a rival of the United Verde mine in the extent of its mineral de posits. It la .confidently expected that ...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 March 1899
THK COCONINO SUN. It CKoccmtua nn. Enteral In the Postofflce at Flkgttalt as accond cla matter. Insued orery Saturday. Subscription price, two dollar a Year, In advance, dvery paper Is stopped at'thc expiration of the time paid for C M. FUNSTON, Editor. IT Ih announced tlmt Sharkey, the prize-fighter is to appear In drama. He Into unnercut tho villain In a play called "The Sidewalks of New York." He has taken up the study of English In Dreoaratlon far his debut, ana at times Bhows symptoms of human In telligence. Flagstaff, Saturday, Mar. ii, 1899. The pjople of Cuba are demonstra ting their Incapacity for self-govern' raenr.i'ry ily they live. Arizona now has thirteen cyuntles. The biliy county Is Sinta Oruz and Novle the county seat. lFone half of the number of people came to Arlzon.i that write for Infor mation what a boom we would have. THE Yuma Sun has changed hands, Mulford Wlnsor retiring and J. K Davine assuming control. Mr. Devlne is an old newspaper writer and has beeu con...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 March 1899
WU)WI ill. IBhJJMJUMPyi THE COCONINO SUN. t A New Satellite of Saturn. A new satellite of the pla.net Saturn ban been discovered by Professor Wil liam H. Pickering at the Harvard Col lege Observatory. This satellite is three and a half times as distant from Saturn as Iapetus, the outermost sat ellite hitherto known. The period Is about seventeen months, and the mag nitude fifteen and a half. The satellite appears upon four plates taken at the Arequlpa Station with the Bruce pho tographic telescope. The last discov ery among the satellites of Saturn was made half a century ago, in September 1848 by Professor George P. Bond, at that time Director of the Harvard Col lege Observatory. Professor Pickering will be remem bered by our citizens as having spent several month" at the Lovell observa tory here. In astronomical circles, the discovery of another moon of the planet Saturn Is of great interest. The dis covery of a new satellite by the pres ent methods is a curious operation. From pl...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 March 1899
THE COCONINO StlN. : BRIEF LOCALS. i IWWWWWWWWW Saturday, March 25, 1899. For the best seed potatoes go to Cof fin's. Wanted tied room sets and cook stoves at Srtcond Hand Store. Hurry Cameron left Thursday for a trip to Williams and Ash Pork. Thas.ile of property on the delin quent t.ix roll takos place on Monday net'- Ben. It Coffin came up fi-om Needles, Cat., Tuesday and will remain a couple of week. E. S. Gosney left Saturday to spend a few days with his family at Pasadena, California. O. H. Rhamey of the Second Hand Store has purchased the stock of the Racket Niore. See Rose Stillman in the queen of comedies 'Vane" at the Opera Honse Monday, March 27th. 'Felix Weathertord returned Tuesday from Nashville, Tenn., 'where he has been attending: school for the past six months Those desiring their houses or stores fitted with pipe and fixtures, can have the work done promptly and accurately by W. F. Frledleln. 19lf Go early' and reserve your seats for "Jane" Monday, March 27th at th...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 March 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. t WP Tents and camp outfits at one-third prices at Second Hand Store. Marvin Boal and family returned from Phoenix last Saturday. R. H. Jones, journal clerk of the council, returned from Phoenix Sat urday. Frank Fay returned Tuesday from a prospecting tour of the desert bf Mari copa county Carney Flynn, a brother of Thomas Flynn, arrived from Cincinnati, Ohio, yesterday. David Babbitt was confined to his room several days this week with an attack of lsgrlppe. Mrs. M. J.,Keonedy left Tuesday for a two-weeks visit with her brother, Fred W. Smith, at Soligraan. John Clark and wife loft Monday for a few week's visit in Central Califor nia points, where Mr. Clark formerly resided.' N. L. Patterson returned from Los Angeles, Cal., yestei day und expects to leave to-morrow for a two months visit to his old home in Canada. An asphaltum cement sidewalk will be put down in front of the Greenlaw and city hall lots, Leroux street. The engine house floor will be replaced with a...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 March 1899
j,atiffiuaja.jaiH;Ltp-J n-f:LtVTtff?rii-3T?rF'piiiai-. ATnlt "i!?!? THE COCONINO SUN. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE I. T. Mo Williams has been appointed a deputy U. S. mineral surveyor. The grand eucampment of the G. A. a will bo held in Phoenix on April 18. E. E. Elllnwood returned from King mun Wednesday und expects to remain until Saturday of next week. An attack of lagrlppe keep A. E.' Douglass, of the Lowell Observatory confined to hi room this week. Dr. C. P. Roberts, the Williams ban ker, und member of the firm of P. R. Woitrherford & Co., was In town to-day. George Oottln has purchased the gro cery stock of the Flagstaff Commercial Compiny from the assignee, T. E. Pollock. J. H. Wessel Is one of the latest ad dltlons to the Cincinnati colony, here. He has accepted a position with the Flagstaff Cash Store. Mrs. B. M. Wheeler, from Denver will ijive a free lecture to women only In the Red Men's Hall, over Commer cial Store, Tuesday afternoon at 3 p. m. James L. Byrnes, the democrati...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 March 1899
THK COCONINO SUN. lr ) "Bfttliitt Spring Opening. All the latent novelties In .pattern hats and bonnet at MIwi TikIiI'h milli nery store March 28th 1899. No cards. Marxhal Woody Informs THE SUN that beginning on April 1, he will rid Idly enforce the ordinance preventing stock from running at large within the Incorporate limits. During the past three month stock ham been allowed to run at large to the gre.it annoyance of m.iny of our citizenx, and tho-e who have been, per foree, feeding their neighbor's cows, will ! glad to know that the Maishul will after April 1 re Here them of their burden. Red Men Smoker. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Digests what you eat. Itartlflclallydlgeststhefoodandaldf Nature In strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans, Itisthelatestdlscovcreddlgest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency. It In stantly relieves and permanently cure Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, . Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, SickHeadache,...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 25 March 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. Tlin jorernoivy?ercly,sMmtttotbo couiHliapltiantnj for t&a bokvd'oj C. Dafin46rf;bf Tuojbo.'lu-C. Gonzales, nf Piwnti. F"f! . nvdn-rthd H.'.I .'.Ifta- op of Phoenix r- ....!f SUfctfMOrtS. In thfejjstirjct .Court W the Fourth! jt Iclal District, Inland" for Coconino ..jwy, rixpnryrruorjr. Mrs, M.K. Hantaan, pltf.i M)(t,,j , jW$ Territory of'AftzoniVehaa'greet-; ln'io,Jooph Gau. ouaro hereby,' summoned and re .ifclredto appear in a civil action ur3Wht'a3dfih vouTivtV.e'abo e named pWiTtlflr.vIn .thV. District Court of the Fourth Judicial District, In and for Co conino County, Territory of Arizona, and answer th'e complaint filed with this Court at Flagstaff, in said county (a copy of which complaint accompa nies this summons) within ten days, (ex clusive of the day of service) after th'e sen ice 'upon you of this summons, If se'ned Within the county, but If served but of the county and within the Dis trict, then within twenty days. In all other cases thirty days....