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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 8 July 1899
Cfye Coconino Sun. m I 1 & Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, .JULY 8, 1899. No. 24 MOQUIS' REBELLION. How Lieut. McNamee Enforced Sanitary Regulations and Wiped Out Smallpox. Lust month First Lieutenant Me Nutneo of tho Uth cavalry wuh sentwith u detachment of troops to tho Muqui Indian reservation to impress u rebel lion of (hat tribe against the authori ties. Tho report of his work has just been made public. Tho uprising among the Moquls wu due to the effort of tho United States authorities to wipe out the small-pox epidemic which has been rugingumong these Indians since December last. Lieut. MeNamee's report shows that u met with a stubborn resistance from tho Indians, and that he and his troops bad a most exciting time. After detailing the negotiations with the rebellious reds, Lieut. McNutnoe tells how he proceeded to enforce the sunltury measures: "I then called for volunteers to assault the principal buildings where I was in formed there were upwards of ono hun dred of these Indians. ...
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THE COCONINO SUN. -VWV I TERRITORIAL NEWS. vvwwwv As soon as tho verdict of the jury was announced Inst evening acqulting Joo Tinker of the charge of larceny, another warrant was served on him charging him with burglary, and ho was returned to his former quarters In tho jail. The crime Is alleged to have been committed at Congress and deputy sheriff Peto Ooscha took him down on this afternoon's train for his prelimi nary examination. Journal Miner. The United States officers who have been engaged in the stull business recently have placed the government's brand on 12,500 now and est 1 mil to that thuy have about 5,000 more to brand. The number originally estimated was only 11,500 so that new suits will be commenced for the confiscation of the others. One of the otliululs who has been engaged in this work for the past ten days says that no Idea can bo ob tained of tho condition of tho moun tains from where these stulls were ta ken except by going to see them. He says the nearest desc...
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THK COCONINO SUN. William and Thomas Halderirun, . who killed officers Ainsworth and Moore recently in Cochise county, have been sentenced by Judge Davis to be hanged on Friday, August 25, at Tom bat one; Gun-shot wounds and powder burns, cuts, bruises, sprains, wounds from rutty nails, insect stings and ivy pois oning, quickly healed by DoWItt's Witch Hazel Salve. Positively pre vents blood poisoning. Beware of coun terfeits. DoWItt's is safe and sure. 1'ioueer Drug Store. The late James Dlankenshlp was a member of the A. O. U. W., and up to the time of bis death p.tld $51.50 in dues. It was u great comfort to the deceased to know that after his death his widow would receive $2,000 from the order. Globe Times. Tho COOOVINO StIN h;ivh t.h.at. an R& "application for tho pardon of John tjiuwv win uu umut? w uuvtruur Murphy on July 8, based upon the ground that Smo'it Is losing his mind. He was convicted of man-slaughter In August 181)8 and sentenced to Yuma for nine years. Wu have...
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THE COCONINO SUN. Site (Coconino mt. Entered In the Postomce at FluKstafl as second class matter. Issued every Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars a year, In advance. Kvery paper Is stopped at theoxplratlonof the time paid for C M. FUNSTON, Editor. FLAGSTAFF, SATURDAY, JUIA" 8, "JQ. The light of the republicans In Nogales has resulted in the removal of II. K. Chenowtth us collector of cus toms ut that port. Win. H. Hoey of Muncle, Indiana, has been appointed in nls place. Whllo none of the charges made against Mr. Chenowlth were clearly proven, the president upou the recommendation of the civil service commission made the change to stop the row. It is possible that the action of the president will uot stop the fight, but may result In both factions mak ing life disagreeable to the new ap pointee. trees V Gov- resentatlon of her mlneuil resour will work to her lasting injury. ernor Murphy deserves and will receive the commendation of all decent people for thus exposing tho faki...
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TH1C COCONINO SUN. ..( 'i 4 vfe MURDER AT CAMP VERDE. Clinton Wingfield and R. M. Rodgeri Killed and Capt, Boyd Wounded. Camp Verde was the scene of a bloody tragedy at. a little past 8 o'clock Sunday night. At the hour mentioned two men rode up on horseback to the corrul attached to the store owned by U. M. Rodgers and Clinton D.WIngllelil and dismounted. One of them held both horses while the other went around to the front of the store where Rodgers aud Wingfield and Ciptain John Boyd were seated on the porch. The stranger took a seat on the porch and converged with the men about fif teen or twenty minutes when he sud denly arose and drew a six-shooter, and with an obscene cpithetcommauded all of them to throw up their hands or run. Vingfleld and Rodgers started to go inside of the store, but before they reached the door Rodgers was shot through the body the bullet passing just underneath the shoulder blade and he fell to the lloor a corse. Another bullet from the stranger's pisto...
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THE COCONINO SUN. AVWVWWWWWVWWWVW s cwwvwwvwvwwwwvwt BRIEF LOCALS. Saturday, July 8, 1809. All the fresh fruit of the season i Halo at the Second Hand Store. An adjourned session of the District Court will be hold Monday and Tues day. The Socond Hand Store In Its new location has added largely to Its va ried stock. Mrs. E. S. Greenlaw came In from Los Angeles Sunday and will remain neveral weeks. Fire Insurance. The Arizona Cen tral Bank represents a number of old reliable companies, and will write jour insurance at the lowest rate. Rev. G. 11 Adams, of Phoenix, (gen eral agent for the Mutual Insurance Company, of Maine, is in town this eek. Clarence J. Spellmirc. manager of tho Milton Commissary, will leave to morrow on a two weeks vacation which he will spend with his parents In Los Angeles, C'ul. A. B. Zeckondorf, who has been pending the past three weeks here, loft this morning for Pasadena, Cal. He expects to spend tho month of Sep tember hero. S. .1. Lewis and sister, of Ash F...
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ik ft 0 0 ft P, R W E A T H E R F O R D & C a 1W vi ft . THE COCO.VINOSUN. GENERAL Bargains For All We are not price meeters, but The Original Price Makers. We don't meet prices on one article our competitors offer you, but make prices on every tiling in our stock. Your hearty sup port in the past proves to us that you are ready and anxious to secure bargains such as the following: 10 lbs. Granulated Sugar 8 cans ' 'St. Charles ' ' Milk -10 cans ' 'Challenge" Milk -10 cans Corn -10 cans Tomatoes -30 bars "German Family" Soap 40 bars ' 'Our Leader" Soap - 5 lb. sack Salt 1 gallon Coal Oil - - ' - 1 gallon Vinegar - Dry Goods, Hoots and Shoes, Queensware and all goods at the cut prices. $1 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 10 35 30 Hats, same THE ENTIRE IRST FLOOR IS NOW OCCUPIED BY US. Increase in Business Calls for More Room. MERCHANDISE V, i v m A"! ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft m T ' f!i A r& t n
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THE COCONINO SUN. The Second Hand store will buy and sell any tiling that can be bought or sold. The Flagstaff Steam Laundry is now in full running order and is turning out tlrst-class work. Clark Hitt and wife caino up from Phoenix Saturday and will remain during the summer, G. H. Khumoy left this morning for San Francisco, whore ho goes to pur chase goods for the second hand store. The New York Store is now offering all their stock of summer goods at twenty-llvo per cent discount from former prices. J. L. V. Thomas has resigned Ills position as custodian of the Normal school building and left yestorday for Oak Creek. Col. Thomas during his two years sorvico was a faithful public servant. One of tho objects of life is to save raonoy. You can do this by trading at the New York Store. Special offerings are now being made on all summer goods. You will find bargains every uay ut our store. Prof. CUypole Will Lecture. Arrangements have been made by the University Extension Association f...
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THE COCONINO SUN. A Spain's Greatest Need. Mr. U. P. Olivia, of Hareelonla, Spain, spends hit winters at. Aiken, S. C. Weak nerves had caused severe p.ins in the buck of his heud. On us in Klectrie Hitters. America's great est blood and nerve remedy, all pain soon left him. He says this grand med icine is what bis country needs. All America knows that it. cures ltver and kidney trouble, purifies the blood, tones up the stomach, strengthens the nerves, puts vim, vigor and new life into every muscle, nerve and organ of the body. If weak, tired or ailing you need It. Every bottle guaranteed, only JiJeent. SoUl at Pioneer Drug Store. National Educational Association Meeting The Santa Fo Route will sell ticket' on account or the National Elucational meeting in Los Angeles July 11, 12, 1.1 and 14, at the rate of $24.45 for the round trip. Dates or sale, June 27 to to July 10. inclusive. Going limit, July 11. Return limit, September 4. Stoi-over will bo allowed within tran sit limits. For ...
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JEau THE COCONINO SUN. That Throbbing Headache. Would quickly leave you, If you used Dp. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers have proved their match less merit for sick and nervous head aches. They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health. Kasy to take. Try them. Only 25 ct. Money back if not cured. Sold at the 1'ioneer Drug Store. DoWilt's Little Early Kisers benefit permanently. They lend gentle assis tance to nature, causing no pains nor weakness, permanently curing consti pation and liver ailments. Pioneer Drug Store. "What might have been" if that lit tle cough hadn't been neglected is the sad reflection of thousands of comump tlves. Ono Minute Cough Curo cures coughs and colds. Pioneer Drug Store. LOS ANGELES DYEING CO,, S. GREENGART, Proprietor. Cleans and Dyes Clothing With the New Process. DOES NOT SHRINK. Ladies' Skirts, Silk Waists, Etc., Look as Good as New. Hats Cleaned and Blocked. Fine Tailoring Neatly Done. RAILROAD AVENUE, Neit Door to Dr...
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TIIK COCONINO SUN. 1 J1- k. Low Rates to the Seathore. Tho Stintu IAj Ilouto will bell -cheap excursion tickets in Los Angeles, San Diego, Hedondo Bench, or Sunta Monici on the following dates: July 1, 12, 22 und 20; August 5, !), 19, 2i und ISO. Thero will be a big crowd ut tho seashore thin year, especially during July and Au gust when tho N. R. A. people are there. S.ui Diego has many attraction of bay and ocean, as well us many places of interest on land. In July they will have a big festival at Tia .iuana, that quaint little Mexican liorder town. Tho Governor of Lower California and staff will be there ami Ills official band wih bras button, gold lace and music. The programme will consist of a barbecue, bull light and Spanish games. DON'T PURCHASE A READY-MADE SUIT Which is made and finished by machinery with hundreds of others of tho same style and pattern. Have hiiiuo individuality about your attire! I can give you a perfect fitting suit, made from the finest domestic or impo...
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mmmmmmmmm w3BfI: THE COCONINO SUN. LODGE DIRECTORY. , a MILLIGAN, (1 o KAIM TKIHE. NO. 8, 1. O. H. M. Meets on Sleep of 6th Sun. Each 7 Suns at 7 Huns, 30 Hreatns. Wigwam, corner Kullroad r. venue aad Leroux street. Visiting tribe mem tiers welcome. F. M. Hkownino, Suchem. J. M. Simpson, (1 of H. K. KtJE C. of W. JOUNTAIN LODGE, NO. 15. 1C OP P. Meets Masonic In Hall every Wednesday nlKht. Visiting mights are cordially Invited to attend. Loots Spkihs, C C. q. A. Ilcsil, K. of K. and S. c OUKT COCONINO, NO. 896. INDEPEND- INT OUUEU Or rOHESTEUS. Meets Tuesday nights In Masonic Hall. Visit lair members Invited to attend tho Court meet ink'. F. L. Heal, C. H. Louis Spiers, Hecorder. pLAGSTAFF LODGE, NO. 13, A. O. U. W. Meets evory Thursday night In Masonlo Hall. Visiting members Invited to attend. T. A. 1UCKEL, M. W. C. M. Fcnston, Kecordcr. pLAQSTAFK LODGE NO. 7, F. & A. M. Ilegular meeting, on first Saturday of each month at F. and A. M. Hall, over City Hall. VisltlnK brethren In...
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THE COCONINO SUN. THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES Outstanding Assurance December 31, 1898...$ 987,157,13 1 00 Assurance applied for in 1898 198,362,617 00 Examined and declined 30,318,878 00 Sew Assurance Issued 168,043, 739 00 Income : 50,249,286 78 Assets December 31, 1898 258,369,298 5t Assurance Fund $198,898,259 00 All Other Liabilities 2,160,550 27 201,058,809 27 Surplus 57,310,489 27 raid folicy Holders in 1898 24,020,523 42 WALTER N. PARKHURST, General Manaeer New Mexico and Arizona Department. ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO. A. A. FISHER, Resident Agent, - Flagstaff, Arizona. A. A. r
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wmmmmmmmmm rTiiiuw:7irrrpmmT-'-''-" Ml 1 THE COCONINO SUN. WfcV 4E. ADVERTISERS SHOULD REMEMBER Through Any Other Weekly Publication. tvvvvvfcvtvtvtvv, That They Cannot Reach the Readers of Oje ocomn5 Sun ADDRESS: The Coconino Sun, flagstaff, ariz. i
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 15 July 1899
Cfye (Coconino Sutt Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF.UULY 15, 1899. NO. 25. J T. A. JtlOKDAN. PmUcBl & M J. KtOfDAN. Snirurj i C f , F. V. SISSON. Tmmrtr. J 1 ARIZONA LUMBER AND TIMBER ;. I COMPANY, ; j; iMtauftcturtr of V "mrwmj&u Native Pine Lumber, Props, Stulls, . Boxes, Lath, Piling, f Shingles, ;;ft Ties, Lagging. 4 Sash and Doors. "tl ' Flagstaff, Arizona, : "fUSiS HKC 'fll ty "-
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7S$TFTft?rafrTTIYT?l THE COCONINO SUN. ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, V 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, Vice President. C H. EDWARDS, Cashier. C. O. ROBINSON, Assistant Cashier. Hi M J i WINSLOW BRICK T? KENNEDY $ From a Single Brick To a Train Load For Prices and Information, Address M. J. KENNEDY. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA. njQUORSTOREl I JULIUS AUBINEAO. I 011.111 IN C C FINE . WINES, WHISKIES I 7 LIOUORS-GIGARS i C Quietest place in town. S J No gambling allowed. i t Family Trade Solicited. 4
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Cfye Coconino Sun. A Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, JULY 15, 1899. No. 25 Sheep and the Forest Reserve. The shipment of cuttle from this sec tion thin year hut been as usual very heavy. Citttleinen are beginning to realize Unit, this Is not the ideal cattle country. E. St. George Creighe in Apache county fold out and moved to Colorado last year. The Phelps boys ut Springervllle urc preparing to leave and the large concern of Smith and T left several years ago, going to British Columbia. In Nuvajo county Henry Hunniug Is out. of the cattle business entirely and has invested In sheep. Tho rlsperunzu cattle, company is flip ping their cuttle to range in the Ra ton mountains in New Mexico, whilu v, ' hthe Aztec Land & Cuttle company la O reduclnir their holdlnir here as fast us convenient. Up to date this spring they have shipped out over 11,000 head with further shipments to follow in the near future. This leaves the country practically In tho hands of the sheep men to whose purposes it is m...
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THE C'PCONINO SUN. A, J, GARCIA V His Opened a X TERRITORIAL NEWS. NAAAAA Leopold Leon was electrocuted iu Tempo Sunday night by coming In contact with u livo olectrlo light wire, which hud fallen across tho street. He wus so b.ully burned us to be unrecog nizable. The sum of twelve thousand, eight hundred and five dollars has been recolved for the twelve thousand dollars in school bonds of this district. The financial standing of Gila county is not surpassed by any other county in Ariz ona. Globe Times. Prof. J. M. Smith of Bay City, Mich., has been selected as principal of tho j Tempo Normal School; t'red. M. Irish, instructor in sciences; Will S. Tipton, department of English; and Miss Jesslo M. Scott, elocution and physical cul ture. It is said to bo an excellent, facility. Ezra Barnes, who in December, 18!)", murdured his p inner, W. H. Hanna, near Prescott, was found guilty of mur der by n Yavapia county jury last week. Barnes lied after the killing with the dead man's propert...
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THK COCONINO SUN. j I ' - I 1 ARIZONA AIR, LOS ANGELES DYEING CO,, S. GREENGART, Proprietor. Evidence of the Clearness of the Arizona Atmosphere. 'it SW . The early astronomers of Persia were of course unacquainted with tele scopes, and are credited with share vision and grunt persistence in the ac cumulation of astronomical observa tions, were greatly facilitated by the purity of the atmosphere in that part of the globe. The observations made at Mr. Lowell's fine astronomical ob servatory at Flagstaff, Arizona, have tlurini? recent vears. established the fact that no region of the globe can oiler a clearer atmosphere for the ob servation of the stars than is to be found in that territory. An indepen dent contlrmat ion of this fact is found in an observation noted in the March report of the Arizona section. Mr. G. O. S(!Ott. vnlnnt-ipi fiii2invm nt Tnntn . in Gila county, notes that on the I morning nf the 7th he observed a star i before sunrise, closer to the moon than ' "any I hav...
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TIIK COCONINO SUN. CHASING A Experiences of Yavapai's Posse Wilds of Tonto Basin. A portion of Sheriff Munis' posse, consisting of Charles anil Frank Wing field, John Fain and John Skaggs, came in from Tonto Basin about 7 o'clock last night, having hi charge Leo Cutworth and John Cameron, who were lodged in the county jail, and against whom charges will be mado that they were aiding and abetting tho murderer of Clinton Wingllold and K. M. Hodgors to e-e.ipe tho oflicers. In an interview with Charles Wing field tho following facts of the pursuit weru learned: Tho murderer is a man known as Bishop, and tho best de-ei iption is that ho is about .i feet 11 inches tall; weight, KM pounds: straight and well formed; betueen 32 and 30 years of ago: very dark complexion, with very dark moustache and beard; black, snappy ejee; eheek bones prominent and rather pe.ikd chin; dark brown or black hali; wears No. 8 boot; quick spoken; and was- Hearing when last seen a black hat and black cutaway co...