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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 March 1898
Y ""r timrii'iiiaiiiiiiiiiiiin TIIK 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 the TounixT respecting scenic points of interest, how to reach them, nnd cost of transportation anil accom modations. To the Iliai.iu-sruiHt, the climatic Influence on the human system. To the I.nvmtou on Si-wiilatoh, the various openings to get large returns from capital, both limited and unlimited. To the HoMK-KKKKhii, the 'various opportunities and un limited possibilities of farming in this section. Prices of horses, cattle, sheep and hogs. Actual statistics of our resources, such as water, coal, lumber, building stone, sand, lime, brick, copper mines, sliver and gold mines, asbestos, water storage for Irriga tion and electrical possibilities. We handle on commission nil kinds of property and hav...
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 March 1898
rdfl TIIK COCONINO sun. ipfl I THE POINT i We wish to make is that we do v S only Good Printing. 2 2 i i THE POINT v We wish to emphasize is that S C we want your printing, and if J you consult your best interest J you will bring your printing to S J us, The prices are right. X C. H. FUNSTON, FLAGSTAFF. ARIZONA. C k, KjS.5yMEZ-.SS:g5aB3aMWMMMB ," J r fT-T7jejwr2'
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 March 1898
I y 'M TTTuiBW inrtr 1 1 ititin-""" THE COCONINO SIIK. , a MILLIGAN, MANUPACTURCH Or Brick and Lime, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER . Estimates Made on any kind of Stone or Brick Work. i If JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, ridgiian rrecmci. B. HOCK, Stationery News Stand FINE CIGARS, Domestic and Havana. Fresh Fruits and Confectionery. RniLROOO AVENUE. Flagstaff Stenographic Institute. Stenography tad Typewrltlni at Short Notice. 1 Finest Work. ,!,,, Moderate Rates. Law work a Specially. BABBITT BUILDING, FLAGSTAFF, A. T. James P. McGovern. Instructor. Munson's Famous System of Shorthand Taught by New Methods. Sitisbction Guaranteed. Fire Yem Pnctictl Experience. TERMS: $15.00 per quarter, in advance. Collections Made In all Parts of Arizona. Affidavits. Atreements. Bonds. Deeds. Leases. Mortcaies. Wills and Leial capers of all kinds carefully drawn. NOTARY PUBLIC. TELEPHONE NO. 35. v $ iv - tewu ? sBBsaswa
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 March 1898
THK COCONINO SUN. C M. FUNSTON, 4! r! DO YOU WANT THE LOCAL NEWS? SM1 All the local news of tlio week that is fit to print is to he found in the (Coconino Sun, Published every Saturday at Flagstafl', the County Seat of Coconino County. WW If you want the local news subscribe for Turc Sun. Subscription $2.50 & advance. PUBLISHER. &sxr!Tr'jm-it---)i-''L?7,t"h?'S?& V
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 March 1898
gate Hi li II" " ' "IV Vol. XV. Cfje Coconino Sun. FLAGSTAFF, MAHCI1 10, 1898. T. A MOKDAN, Huuttr, M. . tlOtDAS. Sccnurr. F. V, S1SSON. TrtMrtr. THE Arizona Lumber anil Timber Co. Mnnufncturrr ami !uW (n ...PINE LUMBER... SURFACED MATCHED AND GROOVED, Flooring, Celling , .u Siding, 'iii' Rustic, Mouldings, Shingles, Lath, Boxes, Sash and Doors, Bridge and Mining Timbers, Piling, Stulls, Props, Lagging, SAWED. CROSS-TIES I HEWN. Flagstaff, 2 2 Arizona, No. 8.
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 March 1898
'tf'T vt Till: COCONINO Sl'N. ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. . Interest Paid on Time and Savings Deposits. Drafts Sold Upon all For eign Countries. Wc have an extensive Patronage and Correspondence through'' out Arizona, and invite your Banking Business upon Liberal and Conservative terms, 4 B. N. FREEMAN, President. T. E POLLOCK, Vice-President. SYKES BROS., I ? 2 I 5 MACHINISTS and MENDERS of any old thing. SYKICS HI.OOK, HOXWORTH & FRKEDLEIN Are Mill in tliu biiiin;t.a of Tinning! Plumbing Tin Roofing o Specialty. All kinds of Tinwork and Plumbing done in a first class manner. Work from along the line of the Santa Fe Pacific Railroad Solicited J FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA, wvwrvv; --" ! Flagstaff, Arizona. BMPiBBEaMjyi'gf--" r-. -sr'ytr- JTVITg
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 March 1898
r fflEB&tiBUX ty Coconino Sun. Vol.. XV. FLAGSTAFF, MARCH 111, 181)8. No. 8. THE HOPE OF IMMORTALITY. We could not seek for diamonds, Nor strive to roach a star. Knew we not that there are diamonds Knew we not that planet" are! Dear Hope! Doubt that remove It Senes but to make this plain: The soul that seeks it proves It, And shall not seek In vain! "Sadie Ilowmun Metcalf. PHYSIOLOGY. (The following Is un old rhjme which ha as sisted many boy and girl to locale and remem ber the bone In the human body): How many bone In the human facet Fourteen when they're all In place. How many lione In the human head? Klirht. my child, a I've, often said. How many bone In the human ear Four In each, and they help to hear. How many bone In the human spinet Twenty-four, like a climbing vine. How many bone In the human chest Twenty-four ribs and two for the rest. How many bones In the shoulders bind? Two In each one before, one behind. How many bones In the human arm In each arm one, two In each...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 March 1898
&& ?' -tnviifci.nfnyij- jjga JjmJjEjkSJ SRTKSt9HBH"BHMHHHHjBHri V I I IV TIIK COCONINO SUN. DISTRICT COURT IN SESSION. My Visitors Present-The Proceedlsts Up to Dte-Newsy Notes. The court wii8 opened Monday morn ing, und iho court room has been the center o( interest during the week. Somo irregularity occurred in the preliminaries of the drawing of the jury, which caused District Attorney Clark to have the regular venire for juries net aside and 8cclal venires Is sued to cure the defect. Some few escaped under the change, but most of thoe summoned on the tirst venires were retained. The ease of Territory vs. Al Gartiu was dismissed. Mr. Bunch represented the Territory and staled that the facts would not justify conviction. The case of the Territory vs. Gas Mu dersbach was continued, on motion of Mr. Kllinwood, who appeared for the people, on the ground that the witnesses were scattered from Kngland to Klon dike. District Attorney Clark was disquali fied In each of the alxve ...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 March 1898
t1!1B!ft?"fi'""BMaa TDK COCONINO SUN. r Win. Freluleln. U, J. Vare. Max Salzman. Georire I. Wlnslow. C. F. Itobcrts. Joseph Johnson. M. M. Fisher. (.'. C. Compton. Thomas Jasper. Ci K. Hell. W. N. NttBlller. F. K. Nellls. J. A. Wilson. T. J. Koss. Henry V. Cone. S. A. 1'lensants. Frank Finney. II. C. Olney. Jerry Con an. Hurry I. Calllnan. Sumuel Douidass. Henry Heller. W, S. Hllss. (Jeoree I'ntterson. COUKT NOTKH. L. S, Druiii has been apjointcd a s)e elal deputy. W. II. Anderson Is serving the grand Jury oh ballift Mr. F.lllnwood has iteen retained to defend H. G. Davis. The grand jury expect to finish all thi-lr duties by tonight. K. S. Doe represents Cornelius Con treras and Maria Ortegon. The well-known countenance of James Cart Is neon among those attending court. Court Hciorter Stockton Ik an fat and genial as ever. He is nerving In his place at euurt. Judge Sloan's ortratt should lw add ed to the gallery of judges which the supervisors have begun. iJarneyD. Fletcher and Alex...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 March 1898
I VY Tin-: cocon'ino sun. THE ACT. Authority by Which r'latstatt Can Issue Bonds for Waterworks An uct to amend an net to prohibit the passage of local or special laws in the Territories, to limit Territorial In dobtodne&s, and so forth. Bo It enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assem bled, that tho act of Congress approved July 30, 1880, entitled "an act to pro hibit the passage of local or special laws in the Territories of the United States, to limit Territorial indebted ness, and for other purposes," Is hereby amended so as to permit, authorize, and legalize e Issuance of bonds un chartered munielp tl corporation! hav ing a bona fide population of not less than 1,000 persons, as shown by tho last school census taken before any election to be held under the provisions of this act, in any Territory of the United States, for sanitary and health purposes, the construction of sewers, waterworks, and the improvements of st...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 March 1898
MSuGa! &mL THK COCONINO SUN. r y M4e Flylm Jump. The train that urrived at Gallup at 2:30 a. m. last Friday from Albuquer quu lost onu of iti-i passengers in a somewhat sensational manner. Ah the train was about to slow up at Isleta Junction a man jumped through the closed window of the smoking car. He landed without serious injury and got up and started across the country at breakneck speed. It is believed that ho became suddenly demented. He was a German, ulxnit thirty-five years old, but his name is not known. There was nothing alwut his effects to lead to identification. His valise had a New York custom house clearance card attached to it, and It is believed that he came direct from Germany. His fellow passengers noticed that the man consumed a largo quantity of cig arettes en route and ho may have been but another victim of this deadly habit. At a late hour nothing has been heard of the curious acting stranger. Yutnt Prison Statistics Supt. Dorrington has filed his report o...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 March 1898
w Mf iii fi vmmmmw aSSBIH thk rot 'oni No si'N. DEATH'S DOINGS. Mrs. C. H. Mathewson, aged 22, of Jerome, passed tti that bournu from which no traveler o'er returns, March U. Her death was duo to quick con Htimptlon. Mrs. Josephine Urady, wife of Mr. H. Urady, of TucaOD, died Monday. March 7, aged 2d years. Mrs. Hrady was tho daughter of tho late James Lee. She leaver a husband and four children, the youngest but a couple of weeks old. Claude I). Steele, a young man 20 years of age, died last Thursday morn ing at 11 o'clock, four miles northwort of Phoenix. Quick consumption was the immediate cause of his death. He was born in the Salt Valley. Nelson Van AUtlne died at his homo at Tanque Verde on Monday, the 14th inst., aged 82 years. He came to Ari zona In 18.1U, being one of the earliest comers among Americans to the coun try, and took in ull tho stirring scenes that occurred in tho early days agone. Charles L. Davies, who formerly lived in Tucson, and Is well and pleasantly rcinc...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 March 1898
dassesasEasoaaassKBHj. " IB I J V: TUB COCONINO SUN. THE FLAGSTAFF BUILDING.. Needed More as Reform School Thin i an , Asylum. 'The recent finishing of the dining room at the insuno asjlurn increases the capacity of that institution HUfllcient to accommodate sixty more iatlentn. This will prolwbly lw sufficient for the needs of the Territory for several jears to come. Dr. Hamblln, the superintendent, stated Wednesday that hu wan not aware that the building at Flagstaff, originally built for reform school pur xMes, wan to bo finished up for an in Hiine as lum. 'Division of the number of pat ients," he wild, "would havq the effect of nearly doubling the cost of maintaining them. Doth institutions would beeom (Hilled to have medical stalls, where one now does the work. The same rule would apply through all the various grades of officers.' It Is well known that the Territory needs u reform school, and although no one will say what the tlnal disitosltion of the Flagstaff. building will l...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 March 1898
WSifJ8Smsi4$aCg9HKiafl9nR9K TIIK COCONINO SUN. he (Coconino gnu. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. Entered In the Postofflce at I'loirstart us ccond . class matter. Issued every Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars iind'Hfty cents a jeur. In mil unco. Every paper Is Ntopped at the expiration of the time paid lor. C M. FUNSTON, Editor. FLAGSTAFF, MARCH 1, lfeiW. Hon. B. W. Bkuce register of the treasury, died tn Washington Thurs-day. The merchant fleet of the United States includes 733 steamers, each of 100 tons (iw and upward, and of 'a grand total gross tonnage of 1,105,423. Not every one of these 73.1 steamers is suitable for conversion into a war ves sel, hut 419 are available. DUKINO these days of war rumors there Is u great demand forpapeis. 'It is supposed the people use the papers to make gun wads. Williams continues to furnish a large proportion of the criminal busi ness of the county. Brother, jou should not complain sj much about helping to ditfpo-e of ,our own business. The death ...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 March 1898
ite,'n.BUTr8M'''a'"Kgi:rmfSliaj!M'E TllK COCONINO SUN. ,r r- The home rule bill met with the cold dull thud It deserved In thu House com mitteo rooms on Wednesday of this week. posed of llfty-two young men of good quality and should have encourage ment Instead of opposition. The offi cers are to bo commended for their dili gence and Interest. The election for odc school trustee takes place on next Saturday. Attend the election and vote for your choice for trustee, or forever after hold your jwace about school mat tern. The snow fall Is opportune. The snows are the great conservers of pros perity, not only for the people of the mountain plateau, but those of the southern valleys as well. They are better than rains oven, for we have so many precipitous hill sides that the water which falls in rain drains off im mediately. The snows, however, blanket over the ground and by melt ing gradually practically carry their moisture two weeks or a month later into the season. Some settlement of...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 March 1898
wrrrm aWBSarniaa THK COCONINO SUN. I BRIEF LOCALS. jj 'Whoro has my cano gone to?" Ask' Tom Bunch. J. C. Milllgan will finish burning an 800-bushel lime kiln to-night. Archie King, the colored man who died in the county hospital last Friday, was burled Saturday afternoon. Dr. W. S. Robinson moved his office to the Methodist parsonago Thursday. The busy doctor will hereafter be found there. Coconino county, without mines to speak of, claims that she pays more tuxes than all the mines in Arizona. Phoenix Herald. About twenty-five Willlarasites re turned home on u 11 p. m. freight Wednesday night. Some came back the next morning. Millard k Grosvenor, of Phuenlx, huve closed the contract for the build ing of u court house for Navajo county at Holbrook. The building will cost $12,000. Some half a dozen men came down from Walker to make Homestead en tries. A good deal of competition ex ists for the entry of the timber land that' Is still open to entry. Ijist Sunday was about as disagree a...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 March 1898
ffflMSlS& mm&amMmsmaB, f THK COCONINO SUN. PERSONAL. Bert Davis continues to improve. J. L. O'Brien, of Belleraont, is In town. K-iiu Lamb, of Williams, is doing jury duty. Isaac Wheeler spent Sunday in the Territorial capital. .1. II. Lind is visiting Huntington, Ind., his old home. Mrs. S. T. Klliott is confined to her the waterway which f urnlshes the Tuba City farmers wth 'water for irrigation. The otlicers had the dam cut without any opposition on the part of the In dians. They report that they endured some severe sand storms while on the desert. Stephen I'urtyman and family came up from Oak Creek to attend the trial of the case affecting their homestead near the Pump House. The case was tried before Judge Sloan Thursday and judgment given for defendants. .1. J. Howard and John Keater also at- bed with la grippe. tended us witnesses. .Mr. I'urtyman Dr. P. G. Cornish registered at the has improved his place1 on Oak creek Hank hotel Tuesday. during the winter by construct...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 March 1898
THE COCONINO SUN'. Dr. C. F. Roberta! headquarters tliis week is tlio court house. He's u juror and hulls from Williams. Harry Fulton is up from Canyon Diablo today. H. F. Adams, of Clark & Adams, lum ber dealers of Williams, 19 doing duty as a grand juror this week. J. II. Wood, a prominent cattleman of tho western part of the county, was in town on business this week. S. A. Pleasants, of Williams, is another citizen detained as a juror from that section of the county. S. T. Elliott goes oast soon in the in terest of Babbitt Uros. to make pur chases for the spring and summer bca Hons. Mux Salzinan and 0. E. Bayeo, lioth prominent in the mercantile circle of Williams, are doing jury work this week. Judge J. M. Sanford, justice o." the peace at Williams and well known all over the Territory, was attending court this week. , John and Alico Anderson, children of W. H. Anderson, are ill with bron chitis. E. H. Tolfrec, proprietor of tho New Bank hotel, returned from a month's trip t...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 March 1898
Till: COCONINO HUN. '.r Si. Patrick's Day Cektration. The St. Patrick' day celebiation by Company I on Thurbdayevenlng was a decided success, so nay many who at tended. Tho exercises were opened by an address by Chairman D. .1. Brannen. Thomas Devine furnished an enjojablc Irish song, which of course won ai pluifnii from all who wore the green and everybody else. Miss Ward gave an interesting recitation, after which M. .1. Itiordun addressed the audience on the appropriato subject of the day. AtxHit thirtj-flvo members of Company I participated in the calisthenics exer cise. The work of the company In these exerciHen was highly praised. A silent manual drill was then given by Ser geant E. A. Baker, Corixruls Bunch, Anderson, HoehderfTer and Beal, Pri vates Jones, Nagle and Scarf and Cap tain Hochdcrtler. Tho squad marched to their places to music by Buglers Jones and Hall. The musicians then retired ttehind the squad and plajed a wait!, to the graceful measures of which the evolutio...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 March 1898
CSHKSSEJ; T1IK COCONINO SUN. I TERRITORIAL NEWS. I'lut-nlx ioliccmcu will hereafter Iks uniformed. Sunday closing of tliu mercantile houses in Kingman went into effect last Sunday. Fifteen unit lis, tinder l."i Jem's of age, were arrested and lined In lJhci'iiix for violating the curfew ordinance last Fri day night. During the mouth of February, L'liU beeves were slaughtered in Prcseott, 118 in Jerome, It'll in Phirnlx and -J8-' In Tucson. T ho ixwtofflee at Plaecritas, Yavapai county, tvus burglarized Monday night of last week and $til) in stampi and U in cash taken. Ex-Senator Tabor, of Colorado, con templates the erection of a smelter at Phoenix or some place on the line of the Santa Fe, Preseott & Plxi-nix rail road. Denver parties want the address of young men who can furnish them with rattlesnakes. This Indicates that mild drinks aro growing In popularity in the Centennial State. Dr. T. B. Davis, of Prescott, hustieen notified that he is to bo chosen surgeon general of the...