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TUB COCONINO SUN.
Amos Cummings tells thu following
incident which happened in the house
A laughable incident occurred dur
ing the consideration of the Indian
appropriation bill. Mark Smith of
Arizona wan ridiculing the idea of edu
cating the Indian. He alluded to the
thousand! of Indians in Arizona and
wanted to know what they would do
with them when they learned to read
and write. Mr. James Sherman of
Utica replied that they would make
citizens out of them. "Yds," responded
Smith, "you would make a citizen out
of him as soon as he could sing a
"Yes." put hi Mr. Sherman, "we
would make u Christian citizen out of
To which Mark resonded: "And all
that he Is able to do is to recite a verse
and sing a psalm. There are thieves
in the jenltentiarv who can do both."
"I do not know about that," gravely
reaonded Mr. Sherman; ''I never was
in the penitentiary."
Miss S. A. Wynne of Memphis. Tenn.,
will open the 1st of April a large stock
of millinery, and asks the ladles of
Flagstaff to come and Inspect her goods
More purchasing their Kaster hats.
Kxperteueo in trimming, etc., she hojes
will aid her In pleasing her patrons.
All (foods will le first-class and of the
very latest style. Shu will lie prepared
to do fashlonablcdiessmaking.
The people of 1'inal county fondly
hope that .Judge Davis, us a result of
the application made lefore him last
Saturday at Casa Grande, will author
ise the receiver of the canal to insue
certificates for paying tuxes on the
proiKjrty and cleaning out the ditch.
Otherwise the farmers will lw in a bad
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF NEW YORK
RICHARD A. McCURDY PRESIDENT
For the year ending December 31 1897
According to the Standard of the Insurance
Department of the Sute of New Yolk
X PROMPTLY AND
Sliver-Laced Wyandotte Egga For Sale
For Setting Purposes. Call at Residence.
Froai all otkrrKunrrri
To I'ollrr.koldere for CUInm
kj Dratk .... $IS,i78,00
To Pollrykiildern for Kadon.
aeU. Dltldead., elr. U.'.U.tH 7
for all otktr armaats - . IO.ISi.OOi 47
Tailed Stain Boadi aad utkrr
Keen Miles .$l32,Oi;,nil 4
First Lira Ijiaaa on Uoad aad
XarUrace .... 09,423,1)37 81
foaaa oa Mork aad Uoads I i.SHO.SOS 00
Krai K.tale .... '1,018,424 MM
tank la Kanke aad Trast Com
ianl ..... Il,0,lfl4 81
Arrraed lalrrrst. rl SklVrrrd
ITtmUw., fir. . . . 0.141.:! 0010
llesertr. for Policies and olkrr
l.lahllltlr ifs.ir8,4 0;
laiaranm aad Aaaaltlra la
Turrr . . - .$930,034,400 OS
I have carefully examined the foregoing; Statement
and f nil the unii to be correct ; liabiljlies calculated
by the Insurance Department.
Gums A Pinto Auditor
From the Surplus a dividend will be apportioned
ROBERT A. GRANNISS Vicc-PMUoricT4
Waits R, Gaum
Isaac I. Llod
W. E. HARPER, General Agent,
Albuquerque, N. M.