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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 February 1898
,r j TUB COCONINO SUN. The name of W. F. Gibson apears in our announcement column us a candi date for the office of town marshal. Mr. Gibson Ih fully qualified to fill this ofllco and If elected he will (jive hit) whole time to the erformance of the duties of thu offlcu. Charles Sj)iirr returned to Flagstaff this week. Three months ago he wan thrown from u horsu at Sellgnmn and his shoulder watt broken In the fall. Since that time he has been in the hot liital at San Francisco for treatment. Ho has fully recovered from his injury. A convention of miners wan held at the court home yesterday and the fol lowing horny handed miners were se lected to represent Coconino county at the territorial convention of miners, which meets in Plui'nix on Tuesday, March 1: F. W. Slason, It. H. Cam eron, B. S. Clark, .1. C Drown, Mux Sal.man, Gwyunu Dennis. Mr. J. II. Hicks, the cattleman, has returned from Colorado, where he has been working on his cattle range Mr. Hicks returned with a broken leg, w...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 February 1898
fy'JL w M PERSONAL. K. 11. Huyiess loft Monday (or a trip to Arkansas. Sheriff Cameron spent several days this week In Williams. K. K. KUinwood is in Los Angeles on legal business this week. Hev. Father Dilloy will hold services in the Catholic church at Williams to- riiu coconino sun. .1. F. Poareo, a representative of tho New York Mutual Life Insuruneo com- . . l .....1 till iitiilii p.iny. is Hero tins ween mm t this place his headquarters. W. II. Heard of Glote sint several days here this week. Ho says the ieo plo of liis section are rejoicing over tho prospects of the speedy building of the railroad to that place. .1. O. Adams, the newly uppolnted postmuster at Pha-nix, was a passenger on No. 1 Tuesday, iKUind for rmvnix. morrow. William Smoot, Sr., and William ,ir, Adams expects to enter iin his Smoot, Jr., were in the county seat Tuesday. James Haley, who has been spending new duties on March 1. C. W. Davis, the agent of the Santa a month in Los Angeles, returned home Wednesd...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 February 1898
thk rocoxixo srx. tf & ; TERRITORIAL NEWS. i Seven persons from Cilobe wv pas sengers on the ill-fated Hteiitnur Corona, which was recently wrecked in Alas kun waters. William M. Griffith, United States marshal for Arizona, has apiointcd William Potts of I'rescott Held deputy United States marshal. W. H. Kelloy, junior editor of the Bulletin of Solomonville. will lie mar ried on the i'M instant to Miss Kuth Guernsey of tljat place. During the month of January, l'W, there were shipped from the territory ."i,(i head of cattle. During the name period 2,1127 head were slaughtered. A. J. Hallert died at Tucson on the 12th instant of pneumonia. Mr. Hal lert wan u pioneer of the Silt lliver valley and ten years ago was sheriff of Maricopa county. The action of thelxmtdof supervis ors in reducing physicians' fees for the examination of insane persons fro.n $12.")l) to $7..1t), is a move which meets with general approval. Journal-Miner. Thu puhlic school fund of Tucson is exhausted. and ...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 February 1898
THK COCCAMNO SUN. Con Cleary, wlio was recently stabln'd at Sellgman, is reorte(l improving. Under the. conditions on which pro Hsals for tlio construction of the Bljr Bug railroad are asked for work must bo commenced by March 10. Coraieti tion for the work promises to bo quite lively, as representatives of no less than six or seven firms of contractors are now on the ground. The appraisers have Uxed the value of the lato Edward L. SehielTeliu's estute ut $M2,4KI. He was the founder of Tombstone, Ariz., and his remains are interred ut the peak of a hill over looking the city. The principal items in the appraisement are as follows: Property In Los Angeles county W:i,500; life Insurance polices, collected, SltyOUO: bonds of the University of Arizona, 312,000; claims against Penney lvanla banks, (X),(XH).- Sentinel. The Apache Indians have given the Glob and Geronlmo railroad permis sion to cross the San Carlos reservation and work will commence on the con struction of the lino without...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 February 1898
aM"""",,M nsraa THK COCONINO SUN. The Cattle Thieves. this. thieving organization was alto- Immediately after the rojwrt of tin; Jfother Uw mild: tliat the estimated recovery of the stolen cattle near Blue- """ilier of cattle driven off was top water, X. M., TIioiiiiih Tucker, range hlnil" "d that there is no telling how foreman for the Wabash Cattle com- man.v lllve been previously driven off puny, wIkho headquarters are located '" the same manner. St. Johns Herald. twenty-five miles north of this place. started for New Mexico in the interest of III employers. A letter was received from him the latter part of last week ly St. George C'reaghe, sheriff of this county. It seems that Mr. Tucker has discovered another miscellaneous lot of cattle belonging to Apache county stock men. The letter is us follows: A Mohave County Mine. Clack Bros, ic Poland are building up a nice little fortune from their Oro Plata lease. During the months of January and December they took out enough ore to n...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 February 1898
' - rffmriTTiiii ") .Ti t; 3 .V fc S"W! T1IK COCONINO SIN. If ' 1 I I A Very Deep Minine Shaft. "The Tamoraek Copper Mining com pany of Michigan is sinking u shaft which, when completed, will lie over 5,000 feet deep, nuking it the deepest shaft in the world," said John Dillon of Arizona ut thu Drown l'alace. ''The shuft is lielng sunk on land adjoining the Calumet and Hoola mines, and not far from it is one :i,0U0 feet deep. These two shafts will tap the vein of the Calu met and Heola eoinpan.v at a paint olt their land. The land belonging to the Calumet and Heola company was orig inally patented under the timlier act. This was before the copper was known to exist there. The land once being patented as timber land could not be patented as a mineral claim. The re sult Is that the copper companj cannot follow the vein Intend the side lines of the timber claim. The companj did not purchase all the surrounding land, not thinking anyone would sink for the vein at such a distance, as it ...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 February 1898
Till-; COCONINO SUN. o LODGE DIRECTORY. HAIIII THIIIK. NO. f. I. O. It. M. Meets on Sleep if "th Sun. Kach 7 Suns at 7 Huns, SI llreuths. WlKunnt. corner Itallroad menue and I.eroux street. Vlsliliur tribe mem liern welcome. C. II. C'iiiii.k Sachem J. M. Simpson, Cot It. M OUNTAIN LOIX1K. NO. IS. K. OF l. Meets InO. A. It. Hall et err Wednesday niirht. Vliltlnir kniuhts are cordially Invited to attend T. K. Tt'l I.IAM. C. C C. A. llrsil. K. of It. and S. c OUKT COCONINO, NO. Ki. INDKI'KND- KST OHDKII iir rOHEHTKHS. Meets Tuesday ntirhts In Masonic Hall. Vlslt lnif members Invited to attend the Court meet ing. (! K. 1,011k. C. It. Utt'lsSl'IKiis. Hecorder. J7I.A0STAFK IXHXJK, NO. 1.1. A. O. U. W. Meets oery Thurslay nliht. Vlsltintf mem lcrslnllel touttend. t,ons Spirits. t M. KiWHnis, Keeonler. M. W. PROFESSIONAL. E, K.CI,AltK. ATTOKNKY-AT-I.AW. Ami District Attorney of Coconino County. Practice before the Land Department a spe cialty. Office In Court House. Klaitstuff. Arizona. Sum...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 February 1898
If t I'HK COCONINO St'N. ARTICLES are the Incorporator, towlt D. II. Lvons, C. K. I .von and II. J. Wolcnlt. OF INCORPORATION. Know All Men by These Presents: Thut we, the undersigned. I). II. Lyons. C. K. Lyons unit II. M. Wolcott, "11 of ChlruKo. Cook county, Illinois, do hereby associate ourseltes tuuether as a body coriwrute In accordance with the pro lslons of Title li. C'liuper.2, of the KvWscd Statutes of the Territory of Arizona, unci ilo hereby declare unil set forth the follow liu; arti cles of IncoriHirntion' .MIIU'I.K I, The names of the corporators are I) II. Lyons, C K. Lyons and 11. U. Wolcott; the nnmeof the cortio ration Is the iMPruiAl. Minimi Company, and Its principal place of iransncttmr business Is Williams, ArUonu. thouich It mav lime hrunch offlces In other cities and states, AHTIU.K II. The general nature of the business proposed to he transacted Is contained In the followlmr iMiwers of the corporation, towll To IhiikI, lease, purchase and sell. or in any la...
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 February 1898
,r r THK COCONINO SUN. FLAGSTAFF Real Estate and Mining Exchange. The Only Reliable Bureau of Information In Northern Arizona.. Accurate Data ot Mines in Operation, their Output and Com mercial Value. Prospects, and their Actual Value. Information Furnished. To tlio Toukist respecting scenic points of Interest, how to reach them, ami cost of transportation and accom modations. To the IIkaltii-skkkkk, the climatic Influence on the human system. To the I.n VM rou on SrKcui.ATOK,the various openings to get largu returns from capital, both limited and unlimited. To the IIoMK-ttKKKKit, the various opportunities and un limited possibilities of farming In tills section. Prices of horses, cnttle, sheep anil hogs. Actual statistics of our resources, sucli as water, coal, lumber, building stone, sand, lime, brick, copper mines, silver and gold mines, asbestos, water storage for Irriga tion and electrical possibilities. AVe handle on commission all kinds of property and have now for sale city ...
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 February 1898
Hi itil ftf; C. M. FUNSTON,- TI1K COCONINO SUN. & (to w 9 What is the Good 8 of good printing? Yon can prohahly answer that question in a minute when m you compare good printing with poor. W You know tin satisfaction of sending fy ' ' ' ' ' '$ out printed matter that is neat, ship- jm shape and up-to-date in appearance. vv You know how it imprc-cs von when dl . . . ' , " . M you receive it iroin some one else. It j has the same effect on your customers, jjk. Let me show you what can he done ly a fl- --- --- . judicious admixture of hrains and type, m Let me help yon with your printing. Flagstaff, Arizona, & f T ..(
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 February 1898
b T spssi TIIK COCONINO SUN. , a MILLIGAN, MANUFACTURCf. Or Brick and Lime, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Estimates Made on any kind of Stone or Brick Work. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, Flagstaff Precinct. B. HOCK, KftWVTO"- Stationery and News Stand. FINE CIGARS, Domestic and Havana. Fresh Fruits and Confectionery. RBIljROBD AVBNUe. Flagstaff Stenographic Institute. Stenotraphy and Typewrltlnt i t Short Notice. Finest Work. Moderate Rates. Law work a Specialty. BABBITT BUILDING, FLAGSTAFF. A. T. James P. McGovern. Instructor. Munson's Famous System of Shorthand Taught by New Methods. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Fire Yean Practical Experience. TERMS: $15.00 per quarter, In advance. NOTARY PUBLIC. ! 1 f Collections Made 1 In all I Parts of Arizona. ! Affidavits. j Atrcements. Bonds. Deeds. Leases. Mortrates. Wills and Leial v papers of all kinds carefully drawn. PHONE NO. 35.
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 February 1898
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 February 1898
lf-nj5:rcJsLJy Efy Coconino Sun. Vol.. XV. FLAGSTAFF, FKHItUAKV 31, 18!tS. T. A. KIOKDAN. hUntscr. M. I. KIOKDAN. Secnury. F V, SISSON, Trtmmr. THE Arizona Lumber and Timber Co. Mimiifacturer a tut 1c;i1ith1ii ...PINE LUMBER... SURFACED MATCHED AND GROOVED, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Rustic, Mouldings, Shingles, Lath, Boxes, Sash and Doors, Bridge and Mining Timbers, Piling, Stulls, Props, Lagging, SAWED. CROSS-TIES I HEWN. Flagstaff, 5 2 Arizona, VWVWMWWWVWMW isssaiM No. o. AAV
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 February 1898
' imrnnnun i-iiiiiiwiiimiiiTiir MjlKWPfifi BETjfcgwaa : TIIK COCONINO SUN. " r'-a ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. Interest Paid on Time and Savings Deposits. Drafts Sold Upon all For eign Countries. We have ail extensive Patronage and Correspondence through'' out Arizona, and invite your Banking Business upon Liberal and Conservative terms. B. N. FREEMAN, President. T. E. POLLOCK, ViccPresiden U 1 SYKES BROS.,! MACHINISTS and & MENDERS i - of any old thing. SYKICH HLOCK. FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA, : 3 HOXWORTH & FRIEDLEIN .An: Mill in (he piiic?! of Tinning Plumbing Tin Roofing a Specialty. All kinds of Tinwork and Plumbing done in a first class manner. Work from along the line of the Santa Fc Pacific Railroad Solicited X39uF ' ' Flagstaff, Arizona. T
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 February 1898
WBwmmvfUrii.iMmmumssamsmxata l?e Coconino Sun. Vol. XV. FLAGSTAFF, FKIMUAKY 2(1, 18!I8. No. 5. FIVE LITTLE BROTHERS. Kite little brothers set oil together To Journey the lit elon Jay, In curious carriages all miule of leather Tliey hurried uwuy, uuv' Onn big brother nnJ three ijulte smnll. Ami one wee fellow no size at nil. The carriage was dark iiml none too room v. And they roul J not mot e about. The ttvo little brothers grew- terv gloomy. Anil the wee one began to pout. Till the biggest oue whispered, "What do ye say I.efs leave the carriage and run away'" So out they scampered, the tlte together, And on and away they sped When somebody found the rarrlago of leather. Oh. my. how she shook her hc.ut. Twas her little iKiy's shoe, as eterjone knows, And the tlte little brothers were tite little toes. -Ki.l.t WiirKi.rK Wimiix. ALASKA. Six sleeps In a sleeper from Montreal, And a moon or so from tho end of the line. And sou stand at the foot of the great white wall That Is white with...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 February 1898
fj jSiMalifc; Sa2S&imJKjae!w(t i 21 T1IK COCONINO SUN. THE SHEEP INDUSTRY. Progressive Methods In the Business. Shoddy Versus Wool. While it is truo some of Arizona' pioneer stockmen are, und have been for the past three or four .years, some what "indisposed," the business is ull right, and they (I should have said "wo") will bo all right in duo time, for tho fact is that an Arizonan knows how to accept so-called defeat. It is truly said that "defeat turns bone to flint: it is defeat that turns gristle to muscle; it Is defeat that makes men invincible: it is defeat that has made those heroic natures that aro now in the ascendency, and that has given the sweet law of lilc erty for the bitter law of oppression. Do not, therefore, be afraid of defeat. You are nover so near victory as when jou are defeated in a good cause." Is not our "cause," the stock interests, "a good cause?" I think so. So what is defeat? A tonic. I once heard a minister say that they sjwiled a good carpenter w...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 February 1898
i:f3BHWMWaffi!Miiwi TUB COCONINO SUN. from London, Kngland, I lie great dumping ground of tin; free wools of the world, the current rate is about i"i cents !er 10(1 pounds. While wo cannot expect any very great change in relation to freight rates, there in an alarming evil of great and growing projiortions confronting the wool (rowing industry which must lie cheeked, as it is possible to do mi. For our national government to enact certain requirements of the manufac turers of shoddy goods should create as much talk from the wool grower (and from the jieople for their own protec tion) as the tariff ever did. The census returns between the years 1880 and 18!H) show the increase in sheep to be 9 per cent.: in wool produced aliout 27 per cent.: while the increase in shoddy manufactured for the same period was ."it ier cent. Such a state of alTairs is to be greatly deplored, and any legiti mate steps taken to rectify present con ditions, which seem to lie almost (irmly iMoted, should lie...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 February 1898
2S822iKw33SaMiJ6S ftt I V. THK COCONINO SUN. oral miles and then left to uppear tliat only alwut hulf the usual uniount of he hud been killed by the curs. The wool will bo shipped from PhuMiix as a other murder was that of u prospector, result. Gazette, whose liones were found two years ago and several Indians arrested for the A Queer Mountain, crime. Nothing came of the investlga- jr. j. t, Rhodes, a mining man, who tion into this crime, the Indians being j8 nt present in our city, and who has discharged. The sheriff's otlice will traveled considerably In Lower Call make a thorough search in the matter fornitt and on the great desert, tells of and if possible Indian Kate will bo pun- onii 0f the strangest phenomena of the ished for his crime. The men who met desert, known as the Bramador, or death at his hands have all been strung- roaring mountain, near the mouth of era and their Identity will probably for- the Rio Colorado. He says this moun ever remain u secret. Huekberry peo- U...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 February 1898
j22iFm,i'mmm'mh T1IK COCONINO SUN. Board of Supervisors. Tho board met on Monday, February 21, all tho members of tho board being present, and the follow ing business wan transacted: Bids for medical attendance on Indi gent Hick at Flagstaff were put in by Dr. K. S. Miller for $280 per jenr and Dr. W. S. Hoblnson for $7.') per quarter. Dr. Miller was given the contract. For medicine and medical attendance at.Williams Dr. Rounsoville offered his services at $200 per jear. but the Iward rejected tho bid. W. II. Carroll and William Ammon each bid 141 cents per meal for feeding the prisoners in the county jail. V. H. Carroll was given the contract. For lxard and care of the indigent sick .1. F. Hawks offcied to continue tho contract at I.."1) per da. F. .1. Hochderffer's bid was $1.2." per day, and being the lowest bidder was given tho contract. The following reimbursements were made for butchers' licenses collected since the repeal of tho license law: J. C. Phclan, Williams O. W. Marti...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 February 1898
r I THE coeoN'IXo SUN. The Woodmen's Ball. Jf u crowded house, a teeming treas ury, happy faces, beautiful women and handsome, costumes are, as wo have always been led to believe, the neces sary adjuncts to a successful ball, then the Woodmen of the World, to whom is due the credit of furnishing the terpsl ehorean treat to the people of Flagstaff on Monday ovening last, are to bo con gratulatedfor certainly none of thu essentials were miming. The weather was perfect, the management excellent, the costumes faultless, the music sub lime, the supper palatable and the dancing suberb. What more, Ma ChereV The most gorgeous costume was worn by J. D. Raudebaugh, representing the "Prince of Carnivals," and the m-j-t simple by George HoohderfTor that or a gentleman. Hut the surprise of the ovening was cenrerod In Mrs. S. M. Kwing, who was costumed as thu "Evening Star;" and she certainly was thu evening's star bright, mjsterious and illustrious -making the heart of every joung fellow in the ...