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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 11 February 1897

,y,vvalgMflt' : - ip i rf -wtmatmi FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1897. NUMBER 2S afflWwlwwWiCTSTO f he jFtoastoff $im - l VOL. XIV. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, , :r , h isr n? . 1 I? !' "' it " Is WANT IT QUICK? Well of course you do. What is the use of lumber if you can't get it when you want it? WE DELIVER PROMPTLY, - We realize that we must not only be of the GET THERE kind in delivery, but we must GET THERE with quality and prices as well. oooooooooooo Call and see us--as a special favor to yourself. THE PRICES ARE RIGHT. , THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO., FLAGSTAFF ARIZONA. lFYOUfRE IN f HURRY For groceries there is alway a wagon at our door ready to bring them to you. Your order will be filled promptly. We have everything that is best in Groceries. The Monarch brand of Canned Goods the best in the market, are sold by us. Our assortment of Table Luxuries embraces lots of dainties not found in ordinary stores. Our prices are no higher than you will pa...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 11 February 1897

-f nm iy it. Jl. 3 s. ',M THE SUN-DEMOCRAT. : r JONES & JACKSON. Publlshm.' FEBRUARY ,897. . . '. Sun. Mon. Tu8. Wed. Thur. Fri. Sat, t :- n nn i i -i l 1 L ?. 2 1L il I Ji 1L 2 22 2324 25 27 40 V TTTfTTTTTTTTTVfTt VfTTTTA THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Daily Nows. WASHINGTON NOTES. It was said to bo understood among Massachusetts republicans in congress that John I). Lonp, of the old Hay state, had been tendered and hnd ac cepted the oillco of secretary of tho navy in the incoming administration. The position of commissioner of pen sions will be tendered to Gen. Daniel E. Sickles, according to information from Canton to a member of congress. Tim tariff bill is expected to pass the houso and reach the benato by April 15. A New Yoiik AYorld special from Washington on the 2d said that James S. Eckels, comptroller of the currency, had decided to retain his ofllco until his term of five years was up in April, 189S. Washixotox gossip on tho Sd said that ex-Congressman Bellamy Sto...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 11 February 1897

uaulwWi,iir "iB SgSfr'Bj''lww'imilf m- .? t t- a m-nmiaaeaximimKmmmmm.rKm!?imi&MiifmsV xMasmiribti;e.rx.straimixAjmAmaii3SJS3SfXj:. aw i. "-n rii,MM'in-"iwnriirnrMrr'rrTBr',iT,TnwffrriiriTi r ttwt'tt- t ttt iTTiniiTTrr miiiMMTTTT"irwir -TTV jh i riJlT- t - r , liV)l3i j- - V i SSP' " 1 if s( p. & &' mi i .i fOTA' TH1? I?ni)l?rAQT I W,LL N0T BE SENATOR 1: i. THE Tho Sonata Disposed to Sldo-Traok jSpL tho Nicaragua Oanal B11L COUNTING THE ELECTORAL VOTE. rho Ceremony to Take rinro on the 10th Unimportant Hills 1'nssed on Satur ily In tho Senate Tho Dis trict of Columbia? Washington-, Feb. 8. If tho Nica ragua bill is withdrawn from its pres ent place nt tho head of the calendar it will leavo the way open for taking up other measures pressing for consider ation. Tho diplomatic and consular appropriation bill has already been re ported, and there w ill bo an effort to secure attention to it to-day. The ap propilation committee cpccttohavo tho Indian and agricultural bills re...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 11 February 1897

: F K3tl3ul5?2SffiHfiErAM THE SUa -DEMOCRAT. PUBUtriED KVEUY TIIUKSUAY. 4. . joata n. v. jtcjcinn JONES 4 JACKSON, Editor and Poblliher Britrsd at ths rostofflce at FUgtUtr, Arlxoni, a Second-cUu Matter. , - SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year IS Ml Six Months 12u Throe Months 76 Adrerllilne rates given upon application THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1897. NAVAJO KNCUOACIIMKNTS. TIih fitlliiwing is District Attorney H S. Clink's reply in the communiea tiounflliH Seetetary of the Interior published in Ibis column lat week: The Honorable the Secretary of the Inte rior, Wellington. D. O.-Sik: Your valued conmunlcullon of the 18th Inst., to Mr. U. M. JTunnton and ethers, with enclosure from the honorable Commissioner of Indian Affairs, inspecting a petition sent to you by citizens Cf this cout ty requesting that steps bo taken to confine tho Navajo Indians to tholr reser vation, has been referred lo me for reply. 1 have carefully considered the remarks of the fommlssloner. and nolo particularly hit at...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 11 February 1897

..wd-jAc .! " v- - : ' n ' IP 4 Y If. THE SUK -DEMOCRAT. NOTICE TO TIIK I'URI.U:, All contracts and bllU (or advertlitnx pay Wo monthly. Advertising1 rates given upon application. Business locals 10 cents per lino tor Drat In--wrtlon. and K rents per lln tor each ruImc Client Insertion. The Pon-Pemocbat 1 pleased tocontrlbute -hi public mattors, hut nil notices of festlrals. ialrs. meetings ot societies, suppers, enter--talnmenls and mention of marrlnees. births And deaths beyond the retruUr nnnounce ewnt. will he rharred for at reeular rates. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1897. La wren co Doyle is In Albuquerque. C. M. Funston was in Winslow Tueda,). Kansas Uity Dressed Beef at Garrett M Hennessv's. Sheriff R. H. Cameron was in Wil liam Saturday. Attorney J. W. Ross was here from "Williams Friday and witnessed "At the trench Bull." C. J. Babbitt was in Williams Sit unlay m business. Good cheap slides M. J. HilgnHU's. "Try the $2.50 hiiiI $.1 00 shoes. Vm Deren Bros. Imve just received A l...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 11 February 1897

-A. .iA - .c 'i t v VK ' s to 4'' Mr- & ; f. - tW ' 'If ' Mr! STILL, retain Its rhythmic flow, Because I read It many times; tt ran like this, when lone ago It came to me from Billy Grimes. Twas "writ" with bright red Ink, I mind. And right a h o v e n nnlr nf hearts Were pierced by knives of some queer kind, wmen mny means lur v.ujjiu a uaiw. & Mr jcn cm: ivciovedjouAWfuti naRt THtf Fore IHIS KM ive mAde no we ut nowjou'il see py Itiis shah cmd m your own mew YoIemijv 7 j&W Ah. how I laughed until I cried O'er Billy's sentimental screed; Tho' well I knew the loyal pride That lay behind Its Ill-spelled creed. Had he not battled for me well, When once a spiteful boy had said e missed and I the word did spell My golden locks wcro "fiery red?" '.nd had he not true-hearted boy Saved up his pence to buy a treat, And then with quaint, transparent loy. Laid down the treasure at my feet? Tls truo I scorned his snubby" nose, His freckles and his warty hands; ills odd, old-fashion...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 11 February 1897

ml -W dfe.J'l . L 1 u. it , i 7 t j(f , ' & ' y , ONE TOUCH OF NATURE. r if KBiftJi ESTEfi ICopjrrlght, 1897, bj Mitchell & Miller. After Information. Judge What's the charge? Ollicer Plckln the pocketa of n lady's bloomers. Judge (whose wife wears 'em, sotto voce) Say, prisoner, I'll let you oft If you'll tell me how to do It. N. Y. Jour nal. Plenty of Self-Respect. Airs. AlcUwclluui 1 should think you would have moro self-respect than to drink the way you do. Jlr. McSvtMim Sclf-r'spcct, V dear? I'm -lio full self r'spect m' der, that I entf r . very sliloon by hack dour. N. Y. Weekly. 1TIIV IOJIJ1V CItlKD. ijlj Mrs. Uellows What la your little boy crying and moaning about in the nest room? ilrs. Fellows Oh, be hegged me to give him a raw turnip awhile ago. "And you didn't do it?" "Yes, but I did." N. Y. Tribune. ' Not So Hick a Slio Might lie. Old Lady There, throw away that cigarette, little boy. It makes me sick to see a boy like you smoke. Little Hoy Yes, ma'am; but I'l...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 11 February 1897

V " s L - vi V t ' -. IS ' "if i i " ' '-Li, ( .,-: J "V . h I IE WATER BONDS ADOPTED. The Munioi -al Election Passed Off Quietly. A Total or 178 Votes Cast. Onlv Five or Wliloh U'ero AKiilnxt Issuance of.Honds. The municipal election held Monday, pni'RUitiii'o to hii older lijr tlm Cil Conncil. to vote on tliu tnupnsiilon to Issue bonds to tlm Hinouut of $65,000 for tlm coiiFtl'iielioii of : FjMteni of watorwoiks for Flagstaff, re.snlled in an almost uniiniuioiis vot for tin iMtiHtice of the bowls: Out of I ho 17.1 Totes rast, 168 weie in favor of the bond" and but live opened to the proposition. Dut injr llie bonis Unit tlip polls were open nil llie saloons and liquor houses woro closed up tljiht. The election passed off without incident, and in the Awning, after the votes weio counted and the lesult announced, theie whs general lejoicinjr all mound, although as a matter of fact ereijone felt posi tive that the bunds would be adnpteil. Ei vein) mioiisible EMein biokei age firms ha...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 18 February 1897

B5f " it "f mmottat: VOL. XIV. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY J8, 18!7. NUMIIBR tr3!r llfiSl v HK Qiht amaffpnn & It KV h ? f s. r- r 1m A y 'fill tfa 'rap; BR WANT IT QUICK? ?n Well of course you do. What is the use ot lumber if you can't get it when you want it? WE DELIVER PROMPTLY, We realize that we must not " only be of the GET THERE . , kind in delivery, but we must GET THERE with quality and prices as well. oooooooooooo Call and see favor to yourself. us as a special THE PRICES ARE RIGHT. THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO., FLAGSTAFF ARIZONA. BANDIT JiJI PARKER HPTCRH) Ad Excitipg Chaso After the Yam pa'i Train Bobber. Captured Ht the Mouth or Diamond Creek Canyon Hnrcfootert and Wadlnir, In the Water. Arizoni's nino days' uomlcr has ulminuted iti thu airrsl of the only surviving biiiilll In tin' lining hold-up ucar Peach SpririJ?5'- Tho robhi'iy octiihpiI on Monday voning, Febm.iry 8. : few miles this sido of Peach Spiings. Imnmli.ilcly after the liolil-up the f...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 18 February 1897

ir k", -s! ,v r v V .iji ; i 1, ' r.; "in.'' - hSvm Tialtncl jui. ft XT Siioa LEASH, Dan'pa, will 'oo toll me," asked a small, but thoughtful youth, "Why U a little hatchet called a symbol ot the truth?" "Why, don't you know?" said Grandpa Little Bobby shook his head; -"'I tooly don't." he answered. "Then you ought to," Grandpa said. "All ready," ho continued, taking Bobby on his knee, -"It's going to be a story, and you re wide awake, I see. Once on a time a little boy of just about your lift Received a little hatchet from his father for a gift" "Oh, what a funny present," thoughtful riobbv cried. "Sunnose That boy had chopped his fingers off and bloodied nil nis ciotnes; I dess his foolish papa then would cry a lot. I say! Why didn't that boy's mamma take the hatchet right away? "Perhaps she didn't know It," Grandpa laughed: "at any rate Next morning bright and early rose that llttlo boy elate ' To try his little hatchet; In his father's garden ho Displayed his skill by cutting do...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 18 February 1897

KFlf lS Itk , ''? Wt; to .,, wm M5' i "W.i wr. . .Jti. 8 c iL x vtfs:' " t'r' " l ' .- f K' if jia&". r -V n aw r . &$&A OT- P ffl fl? ggjf A GREAT STRUCTDEE. It Spans the Harlom Rlvor at Now York City. Completion of the New York pen. trnl's Koup-TrnolcDraw-llrldBo and an Immense Steel Viaduct. One of the most remarkable feats of enirineering on record is lust com pleted, and tho passenger entering Xew York from the north novr rides over one of the grandest examples of steel railway construction yet aceonr pllshed in this age of marvelous results in that direction. Going south, at One Hundred and Forty-ninth street, the tracks of the New York Central begiu to rise grndu ally, and at One Hundred and Thlrty Fif th street they cross the Hurlem rivor on the new four-track steel draw bridged at an elevation of 84 feet above high tide. This massivo structure is remarkable in being the first four-track draw bridge ever constructed, and is the through; all tugs, canal boats, bar...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 18 February 1897

""?', A. c" ' .'-v; -V'Vfl '5:H'v VSfff r v mi -: - ? -"" X t F 'J?il-".,iW. THE SUK -DEMOCRAT. TUBUSnED EVKItY THUKSDAT. J. . jonks o. r. jickso JONES & JACKSON, Editors and Pnbtliheri Jbtered t the Postofllee t Flagstaff, Arizona, M Reoond-clau Matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year 12 00 Six Months 125 Three Months 'A Advertising rates given upon application. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1897. NAVAJO K.N'CKOACIIMKNTS. TIih following letter was repel veil last week lv District Attorney E. 8. Clark from D.tviil IirinkerlmfT of Tuba City, nn (it the. must prominent and Influential men of the county. It sup ports the tume views in ;reHt ..;rt as nil winced hv Mr. Clark in his letter to Secretary Fiaocis, published in Ihese columns lat week: Toda Crrv, Amz.. February 8 18H7. Nr.E. S.Clark, Flagstaff, Ariz.. Deab Sin: With referenco to tho communication of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, published In Thb Sun-Dcmocrat. I notice a staioinent that some people hud Impos-d th"ineUes on to t...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 18 February 1897

' ' liFT V ' ' "" WWWyV "TrT 'T"w-JTr"TI ir"",f T'J"1WlffrlriTl-miwiinii .niiiiimiiip 1 m ,. . i-mtnr.Jt.in.-ijiim . i. jni.im.il T. rfSW JT?E?5SMIPtP?I5frJlk(USi s tjUHfc 4 I THE SUIN -DEMOCRAT. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. ' All contracts and bills for advertising pay able monthly. Advertising rates given upon application. Business locals 10 cents per line tor first In sertion, and B cents per lino for each subsc aent Insertion. Thi Son-DemockatU pleased to contribute a public matters, but all notices of festivals, 'fairs, meetings of societies, suppers, enter tainments and mention of marriages, blrtbo nd deaths beyond the regular announce ment, will bo charged for at regular rates. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1897. LgZsaF Kansas City D tossed Beef at Gairctt 4k Honnessy's. Jnmc O Biimi was bete from Belle- wont Monday. George Blaek returned yesterda from Kansas City. N. F. Dougheily returned Tuesday from Peiea, N. M. James A. Vail returned yestciday from u tiip tit Kansas City. Attorney C. O...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 18 February 1897

Vjfe I ,"' .'.V sF4'. mi - v L't B r v 'f J." I' THE SUN-DEMOCRAT. JONES & JACKSON, Publishers. 3 FEBRUARY J 897. E : Sun. Hon. Tuo. Wed. Yhur. Frl. Sat : : JL : : ii ii ii iZ. ii il i : : 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 - ; 4b O ) p THE WORLD AT LAKGE. Summary of tho Dolly Newa WASHINGTON NOTES. TnE civil service commission submit ted its annual report to tho president on tho 8th. Up to tho 8th the inaugural commit tee at Washington had not received an application for a place in tho parade from a single military or civic organi zation in Missouri. Maiiiox, tho youngest of tho three daughters of President and Mrs. Cleve land, was christened at the white houso on tho 11th. Dr. Byron S. Sunderland, tho pastor of tho First Presbyterian church, officiated. Commissionku Wright, of the bureau of labor, has transmitted to congress, in obedience to a joint resolution direct ing tho investigation, a report relative to the employment of men, women and children in the United States. The postmaster-ge...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 18 February 1897

l -' . . n-, v. v Fv V , ,1 v r- Sp, . hi PEOPLE WHO TOIL. Interesting: Statistics in Regard to American "Wage- Earners. Carroll I). Wright, llrnd of the Labor Bu reau, Makes and Exhaustive Report Mule and Female Em ployes Compared, Washington, Fob. 13. The 11th an nual report of the bureau of labor, just transmitted to congress by Com missioner Wright, was prepared in obedienco to a joint resolution of con gress directing an investigation rela tive to the employment of men, women and children, and is confined strictly to a comparison of the extent of em ployment and wages of 1S95-90, or "pre sent period" with the. conditions in what is termed "former period" ante dating the present period by at least ten years. Tho agents of the depart- CAIUIOIX D. WWOIIT. ment secured information from 1,0C7 establishments of various kinds, located in SO different states and em ploy ing 14S.SG7 persons a number largo enough to insure that tho data col lected were thoroughly representative. Tho comp...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 18 February 1897

'iyrwBHncra TT-TWACiftwyuen i' MMMmaMMu,l V BANDIT JIM PA11KER CAI1URKD. Continued rem Hrst Page. an outlaw with minder in his heuit mid tliu Indians (lid Dot proposal to tako any cliunees of belli; ambushed. All Ftid.iy nflei noon tin- posse kept np tho (h:i!C and ettniped tint niht nt a cabin about a milu fiom the junc ture of Diamond creek canyon and the Grand Clinton "' ''' Colin ado. Sal in day iiioiuin tho Indians set mil, accompanied by John Hotels, following the Diamond cannon down to the Coloiado I her. licit' tlioy caught fciht of -Talker, who was some distance nlicail, plot ceding down the ritcr. They follow id him for full) Uflren miles, when the) caught up with him, and hrfoiu Paiker was anaio of being followed at all four WinrlieMeis twio leteletl at him at close l.ingu and hu was compelled to surrender. Kogeis and tho Indians with their prisoner camped ijatuuiay night uudei pheltetiug wall of the Canyon. Sometime dining tho night, while the watchers weie asleep or off...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 25 February 1897

Jk. 'W nytflfr . .'it M " l AJA d kv FS1 - me. i.','r,ilw ' "l VOL. 1V. . , KLAUHTAFF. ARIZONA. T11URSDAV. PRRRriAPv -. lu.irr x. ,r. ....... ..- 1 FLAGSTAFF. ARIZONA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, IK!7. XUMKKIt 25 "Pi ft f i v J M WANT IT QUICK? Well of course you do. What is the use ot lumber if you can't get it when you waht it? WE DELIVER PROMPTLY, We realize that we must not only be of the GET THERE kind in delivery, bucwe must GET THERE with quality and prices as well. ooooooooowys Call and see us--as a special favor to yourself. THE PRICES ARE RIGHT. THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO., FLfOSTfFF fRIZON. vsmm wmm& The Work of the Lawmakers Re viewed Briefly Prison Removal Was Defenttd In the Council Few New IMIIu In troduced In Either Uoubc PnOf.NIX. Febiuniy 21. Special Col reipondptico of TrtE Sun DEMO CRAT 3 TIih piocctMlins (if llin Legii latuiu for tho week, up tu (I ty, mo :is follow,: TUESDAY, tEBUUAKr 16. ThuCiiuuit com t bill whs consid ered by Council lit tliu t'.u I) ...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 25 February 1897

,-i- C i ', "ill v$v '', r - THE SUN-DEMOCRAT. JONES & JACKSON, Publishers. THE WORLD AT LARGE Summary of the Dally News, WASHINGTON NOTES. Secketaky Cahusle, Postmaster General Wilson and the members of the Virginia congressional delegation left Washington on a special train for Winchester, Va., to attend the funeral ' of the late lion. Eandolph Tucker on the 10th. A Washisgton special on the 10th said that Maj. William Warner, of Kansas City, Mo., had accepted the po sition of assistant secretary of the in terior, with the assurance that If Judgo MciCenna left the cabinet and went upon the supremo bench ho (Warner) would be promoted to be secretary of the interior. Muj. Warner, however, denied any knowledge of tho matter. The supreme council of tho National Farmers' Alliance and Industrial union at Washington on tho 17th elected of ficers for the ensuing year as follows: President, JIann l'age, Virginia; vice president, C. Vincent, Indianapolis, Intl.; secretary-treasurer, W. ...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 25 February 1897

'A V i 'X SHERMAN'S PLACE. Gov. Bushnoll Will Appolat Marcua A. Hanna as Senator. THE SECRETARY OF TIIE INTERIOR. Col. John J. McCook, of New York, Will Take tho Portfolio Jlciauso Juda McKcnnu la a Ci.thollo The Minister to J ustrla. Columbus. O., Feb. 22. Marcus A. Unnna will be tliu next senator from Ohio. Ho will bo appointed by Gov. Bushncll to succeed John Sher man when ho shall resign to take his position in the cabinet as secretary of state, when William McKinlcy becomes president by inauguration on March 4. The announcement was made last evening by Gov. Itushncll himself and was thoroughly formal. It was given to the public over tho governor's signa ture and was as follows: It bad been my Intention to mako no an nouncement In relation to the action I would take In tho matter of an appointment to fill the prospective vacancy In tho Ohio representation. In the United States scnato until tho vacarcy octually existed, but, on account of the mani fest Interest of the people and ...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Flagstaff sun-democrat. — 25 February 1897

xwr,'cif1 -fe"5w3EimBJWJt irTifinflTWiwafrasffllTatifl r' OT t YiWiffilmaMMna Ira (W - VWssmsmaaBBmf -vSp-Tx - tU w . TTfTWSsft-c- WwflWwWmSm, THE SU -DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED EVEKY THURSDAY. 4. I. JONES O. IT. JACKSON JOXES & JACKSON, Editors and Publishers Entered at the Postofflce at Flagstaff, Arizona, a Second-class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. OnoYear 2 no Six Months 1 ' Three Months 75 Advertising rates Riven upon application. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 25, 1897. AMUSEMENTS. HAHIUTI' OlMMcA. IIOIWU. Mnrch 37 ThPmiilloy .Musical Comp-iny. April 7 J A-thur Lorlnir, character work. April 24-Olaf Krascr. thoiuily K-qutinau lady leclur-'r. ATTIt WHIMS A'ri'KSTIOX. We :in (I, illy in tvroipt (if loiter and st:il finds fiuni (unties living in nearly every .section of tlio Unitril Slates, iiskiu;; fur information relative to tlm business ami resources of l-'lajj-BtafT. Il is most p'nllfjlnr to lis to notice such widespread interest manifested in tlio Skylight Cily and wo take great pleusiue in...

Publication Title: Flagstaff Sun-Democrat, The
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