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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 7 January 1899
smeKiSg!3m&m!MaS3EMS THE COCONINO. SUN. ,Ws . Mm. D. IRoss,,whq his been on a vlsjt hero to Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dona hue, left Tuesday for her. home In Lo Angles. Mrs. R-iss has been III, during her entire sojourn here. ,,Koy Church, who shnthlmself In the eye Friday of lint week while placing with an air, gun is getting along nice ly. Ho will however parti illy lose the sight of one of his eyes. C. G. Coleman, an artistic paper hanger and decorator has located here. Thiwe desiring the best work in that, line und done promptly can secure. the services of Mr. Coleman by leaving their order at Babbitt Bros. It is believed by water experts that all the flow from the spring is not be Ing delivered into the reservoir. In Other words, It is believed that there is a. leak somewhere in the flow pipe between the reservoir und the spring. Ellis Van Vliet died at Hicks' lodg ing house Friday. He hud been con- lined to his room for ten dins. His death was caused by hernia. Deceased I was un ...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 7 January 1899
ggr-jw THE COCONINO SUN. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. Tho Worthlngton six Inch water motor for measuring tho wiitcr supplied to tho railroad company has been placed In position. It weighs 4,800 pounds und coM $."00 und tho freight fiom Chicago added $189.1ii mora to the cost, milking it cos! 9749.15, to which must bo added that of placing in position, perhaps $50 more. W. H. Thomas, who hud been Buf fering from stomach trouble for the past month, died on last Saturday morning. Deceased had been here but a few months. He was a boiler maker by trade. His homo was in Brainard, Minn. His family was in Eau Claire, Wis., and word was sent to bury the body here, which was done Tuesday. A number of Coconino democrats are looking for fat positions in the legisla ture. George Hockderffer wants to be sergeant at arms in the council; H. E. Brooks, of Williams, is after a clerk ship; R. H. Jones, senior editor of tho Gem, wants to be journal clerk of ihe council. A Coconino county democrat places his de...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 7 January 1899
jfSa2K.aa&SKHSi THE COCONINO SUN. ttx&mimmwmiaKi-xMmm A Complete Line of Wstcbet, Clockt, Jewelry, Silrerware and Specliclet. THE - Post Office Jewelry Store ', Repairing neatly done and guars', anteed. 21 YEARS' EXPERIENCE J.A.MAURER. B. HOCK, nvv and- Stationery News Stand, FINE CIGARS, Domestic and Havana. Fresh Fruits and Confectionery. RAILROAD AVENUE. iSYKES BROS., I MACHINISTS and MENDERS S of any old thing. 1 ' S SYKES BLOCK. I FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA. wi&mMimimm&vm9vm w , .K THE SUN Wants your Job Printing ,l . ' ' ;' ' 'nWy if 'ft MUG.
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 7 January 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. LODGE DIRECTORY. KAIOI THIIIE, NO. 8, I. 0. K. M. Santa Fe Pa, R, R, Co, Condensed Time Card No. 4. In effect November 23, 1898. J No. 1. 10 00 p. 119) u. SSI a. 4 25 n. U5 p. 2 20 a. 255 a. 6 45 a. 7 05 u. 0 30 a. 11 IS a. 113U p. 18 P 2 27 p. 3 10 p. tU p. ai p 1230 p, 2 03 p. a so p. 5 45 p. 70a p. 9 15 n. 1215 a. 130 a. .' 10 a, 3 15 a 8 30 a. 1 15 n 845 p.l No. 3. 8( p. v;u u. 4 30 a. 1100 a. 1120 a. 4 25 p. 7 35 p. 52 p. 11 10 p. 12 05 a. 12 05 a. 24o"i'. 10 35 p. B30 i ISO p. L Chicago A Kansas City Deliver La Junta Albuquerque Wlngnte Gallup Holbrook Whitlow Flagstaff Williams Ash Fork L Ash Kork A A Jerome Jo L Prescott Conic ress Jc. Prm-nlx I. Ash For A lcach Springs Kingman The Needles lllnke Bagdad Daggett llaritow Kramer Mojarc tw Angeles San Diego San Francisco No. 2. 9 00 TOO 5 00 1150 10 25 535 015 ISO 1235 10 40 922 80 650 400 3 10 1125 830 805 430 it 60 10 65 27 8 40 405 360 1210 1010 10 20 810 500 tKAHT. No. 4. 0 10 p. 5 0J p. (145 p. 005 p. Tap...
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j "' ii r n in n in hi i "i ti hi "iiiim iihiii i ' iwn'ii id'ii ii nmwiiiliiiilil'liliiW i. i THE COCONINO SUN. ;7 TERRITORIAL NEWS. There are twenty-one prisoners in the Pima county jail. The Arizona Antoquaran Society hold Its regular annual meeting in Phoenix "last week. The contest for the sheriff's olllee of Maricopa county has closed The official count gave D.L. Murry a majori ty of !(. The recount increased his majority to 22. A large number of horses and mule owned by the Minnesota and Arizona Construction company, have died in the past few day i from paralysis ne.ir Phoenix. The stock was recently used in grading the Pi'escotl & Eastern railway. Last week Santiago Navarelte. while out hunting near Howie, aceidontly shot himself. He was climbing through a wire fence when the ham mer ef his 22 caliber rille caught and' In .trying to loosen It ho was shot through the head. There are lifted) restaurants in Tuc son, besides hotel dining rooms, pri vate boarding houses, chil...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 7 January 1899
'"ataaaaT" 9-r rfrM8r B h THE COCONINO SUN. Reduced Rate to Phoenix. Commencing Wednesday, Doc. 7, 1898, and continuing up to und Includ ing April 20, lb!l, tho Santa Vo Pacific Railroad company will cull round trip ticket from Flagstaff to Phoenix at tho ratu of 20.00. These tickets will only be hold Wednesday of each week during period mentioned above and will bo limited to continuous) passage in each direction, with tinal limit of thirty davs from date of sale. Geo. E. Sullivan, Agent. People who denounce tho stage should remember that tho minstrel is never so black as he is painted. PUBLIC OPINION 3,000 Papers in 1 FOR THREE MONTHS FOR 25 CENTS You can feel the great pulse of the S8 to 18 saBd on mens suit ( 'V BUYING DIRECT FROM " ROSENBURGER & CO., 302-204 E. 102d St., NEW YORK CITY. Tho Largest Clothing Manufacturers In America. United States by reading Public Opin ion, which quotes opinions from Atli tie to Pacilie on nil important ques tions. In no other way can you bec...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 7 January 1899
mmmmmmkmsammmsmmsassesLi THE COCONINO SUN. I W. HARPER WHISKY ", Sold for Medical Purposes only. J. J. DONAHUE, Sole Agent for Arizona. The Affairs of Europe are faithfully portrayed in the original and exclusive cable dispatches which THE CHI CAGO RECORD prints daily from the leading capitals of the old world. This magnificent special service is in process of being greatly extended so as to include every important city in Europe; and it is supplemented by the full regular cable service of The Asso ciated Press. The Chicago Record, alone of all American . . .... ..Mi Ao.ir Vnwtr niixr. ' ndWapttpCMO UUIUMV, ITfcTT v.r now prints original and exclusive cable dispatches daily from . the leading capitals of Europe. Nlft, - t ?' J 1 J '" tin a v-l " J
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 7 January 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. I hT need Rlpana Tabulae with to mnen eettt. factum that I can chcerfu.ly ieco:..mrnd tVcm. Bare beta troubled for.aboat three y.ara with what I callad b11tout attacka c mlcs on I cgiilarly one a week, Wu told by dhlerent phyt.clane thatltwaa ceueed by bad teelh, of which I had eereraL I bad the Math extracted, lut the at tacka continued. I bad aeeu edTertleemente of Rlpana Tabulee la all tba papere but bad no tilth In thara, but about alx weak Unce a fr:,ud la duced me totry tbem. Hare taken bnt tuoof tilo tmall caut boxea cf the Tab .lei and have Lad norecurreucei.f theattatka. I'u-e BOTersireaa testimonial for auytUu bfuie, but the en at amount of gourt which 1 belle hat Lcoa . or.e me by Blpani Tabulca Induct-e ma to Mid l-'.-o u t.o many tafumoniau yoa uwm . ,u j,.... w. . ......,. I want to inform joo. IB wonla of hlahetl rralae, of tba benent have derived from Rlpana Tabulei. I am a profeaelonal nurse and tn tola prof cation a dear head la alw.iye netded. Hl...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 7 January 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. . FLAGSTAFF A 3h y i Real Estate and Mining Exchange. ss Ttie Only Reliable Bureau of Information in Northern Arizona. Accurate Data of Mines in Operation, their Output and Com mercial Value. Prospects, and their-Actual Value. - Information Furnished. To the tourist respecting scenic points of Interest, how to reach thorn, and cost nf transportation tinil accommo dations. To the Hcaith-Rcekcr, the climatic influence on the human bj stem. To the Investor or Speculator, the various openings to get large returns from capital, both limited and unlimi ted. To the Homo-Keeker, the various opportunities and un limited possibilities of farming in this section. Prices of hoises, cattle, sheep and hogs. Actual statistics of our resources, such as water, coal, lumber, building stone, sand, lime, brick, copper mines, silver and gold mines, asbestos water storage for irriga tion and electricticul possibilities. v We handle on commission all kinds of property and have now for sa...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 7 January 1899
(aK8?BHS jr. ' f r K S s 3 y V I ft WgSfamZk JmyrnE coconino sun. 4 FO,R 1899. , 8 ft. . - rt ' i8 r J The Coconino Suni ' 1C :.. J ft PUBLISHED fc.Vfc.KY SAIUHUAY., ?: . i 5 s Subscription Reduced to $2.oo PER YEAR. f Printed all at home. f I Contains alt the local news. f p H-as the largest circulation of v any paper in the county. S Address C M. FUNSTON, Editor and Proprietor, Flagstaff, Arizona. 3 ft SI a 8s8l lfe & VII Jfl
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 January 1899
&arl Cfye Coconino Suit?- Vol. XV. FLAGSTAFF, JANUARY 14, 1809. NO. 51. ! T. A. UO BAN. Hhaucr. . . . U. I HIOtDAN. Secrttvr ', ', T ,'- ' ' fir.j;iJOiv,T(Bf.toi .oti v - ;, jl ARIZONA f jj LUMBER AND TIMBER g. : COMPANY. 'V- ,- ; .v-'-luh..'- j: i huBulteturer el . J Is- Native Pine fcaihbera !;'! !; PropsStulls, , Boxes, i Lath, If ; i; : i Piling . Shingles, !; ; Tics, Ufgiifr Saslrand, Doors. : i; Flagstaff, Arizona,
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 January 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, 4 FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. II s. OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. Interest Paid on Time and Savings Deposits. Drafts Sold Upon alt For- f elgn Countries. . We have an extensive Patronage and Correspondence through f out Arizona, and invite your Banking Business upon f Liberal and Conservative terms. ' T. J. POLLOCK, President T. E POLLOCK, Cashier. J C H. EDWARDS, Assistant Cashier. , C MILLIGAN, MNurCTuitcR or Brick and Lime, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER . Estimates Made on any kind of Stone or Brick Work): I- JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Flagstaff Precinct. LIQUOR STORE JULIUS AUBINEAU, FINE. WINES, WHISKIES LIQUORS, CIGARS Ouietett place la town. No gambling allowed. Family Trade Solicited. iBfccffgga.M A
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 January 1899
X. , 0?e Coconino Sun. VdCXV. FLAGSTAFF, JANUARY 14, 1809. No. 51 m.T wtr. u-j wimwtff.ear.J,YaMigMI J V 4 "KT, ' (V GRECIAN ROSES 'erscs from and suggested by the Grecian An thology.) 1 O water nymphs! this garden dry With gracious drop i of rain supply. And It a thousand blooms shall like To crown you with that bade them llc II. These blossoms, wetted with my tears, I luintr above her door, T'lttt when she passes through she may On her my sorrow pour: And If. perchance, so-nc fragrance mix With this, the lover's rain. Oh, let It cling to her and breathe What tear have told In vain. III. Within a irrove of pleasant shade We found the child of Venus: Asleep he lay, and Dora said: Wo 11 share tho cod lietween us " "Agreed." I said: "a huppy thought: Sliicowe cannot divide Mm. Suppose w e make our two hearts one. And we therein will hide him." CO. 11. 5 IMPOSSIBLE. Oh, Kllllplno.prythce. why Arc you so unenllxtenc If .1? Tint many f uln w oulrt p tss j ou by, jf You leave us sorely fr...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 January 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. A BIG SCHEME Will Dredge the Colorado River One Hundred and Fifty Milet Located. .1. S. Emmctt, of Lee's Ferry, came in Sunday unci left Thursday. He Is tho executor of tho Ketehcn estates, which Do on the Sandy, in Mohave county, and In Utah, and his business here was to straighten out tho estate's affairs. Mr. Etnmett is building a now ferry bout at the above point, which will be completed about March. Ho is also building a wugoti road along the side of tho mountain, u distance of 11 f teen miles. It is an individual undertak ing, and will obviate the necessity of crossing tho mountain, Leo's backbone, which ha so many terrors to the trav eler in that section. About a month ago J. F. Stone and ' S. F. Knox were in Flagstaff. Both these gentlemen made a tour of the river above the Grand Can on. They1 belong'to a very rich company, which proposes to dredge the river for gold. They located 150 miles ol tho river above Leu's ferry, and will soon coin-' menee work the...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 January 1899
rh.jitiMiasaajfaSWiasai THK COCONINO SUN. I tf!ttJgZa&g?c3S& If You Vant to Practice Economy 1 And con-tilt our pocketbook at the tamu time, it will never do to overlook 8 I liiiuss BiE'ifgTl)lvtJlJlHU H ivgf ft HI If jou Imvc unytliitiff under the sun to hell here jou will receive the high cas.li mice for it. And. on Ihu other hand, if ou want lo Imv unwlilmr mid kivo "iD per eent, here i tlio only place iu Klugstatt todoso..".. ... gj It is tlie grout Iturjraln House of Northern Arizona. hj C.W.MORRIS. Manager. D. R. LEWIS. ''.' t NOW , t-- f , IV' f Thai the excitement, of the election and the circus in over, it must be remembered that 4r Thanksgiving, VA re coming, with their sever Christmas and New Year's nil pleasures, and jou will pei-hup need a new Suit of Clothes, an Overcoat or a Pair of Trousers, Which can be had of S. BARRON, t3uiLSJ57 Who lias a choice line of Imported and Domestic (Jnods to select " from.. '-,jpi'i'A -ill- . V ..- ;, ' If J. P. ARNOLDS T; I Wat...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 January 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. FLAGSTAFF'S FIRE DEPARTMENT. Consists oi Three Companies- Thoroughly Equipped With Modern Appliances. Tho advent of the waterworks has niuilo It possible to light lire successful ly in Flagstaff, and many of our young, vigorous men huvo volunteered in two companies already formed,one known as tho J. Aublneau Hosu company and tho other the W. G. Nuvlns Hose com pany, mention of which has already been made. The Sun congratulates the memhers of the companies who have responded so quickly to tho call for organization. This week a movement was set on foot for the organization of a third tiro com pany, to bo composed of heavy weights. Among the list that follows will bo found names of men who have fought tho destructive element In other cities and are familiar with the work of or ganization and discipline Following are tho names: Ilarr.Jos llrmmliiK, F M llrownlm,', F. J HurruH h, O T Hums, L Is Uayless, K1 Ik-mler, Peter Hums, Jus I!aMItl,Uco Ulakcley, Matt Habcock, Cha...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 January 1899
iSBmmmagm&Wi THE COCONINO SUN. X r A Complete Line at Wtchcs, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware and Spectacles. THE - Post Office Jewelry Store Repairing neatly done and guarA anteed. 21 YEARS' EXPERIENCE J.A.MAURER. B. HOCK, Stationery News Stand, FINE CIGARS, Domestic and Havana. Fresh Fruits and Confectionery. RAILROAD AVHNUK. SYKES BROS., MACHINISTS i 5 and I MENDERS S of any old thing. I tf I SYKES BLOCK. i FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA, THE .SUN. Wants your Job Printing ?5J
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 January 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. i. wmn mm FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. Kntereil in the l'ostotllce ut Flaestnt! as second class matter. Istueil otiry Saturday. Subscription price, two ilollnrs u vear, In ulvancc. Ktery p.ipor Ik stoppuj at the eiplnillon of the tlmo pulil (or C M. FUNSTON, Editor. Flagstaff, Satokday, Jan. 14 1801). TUK Arizona legislature moots Mon day, when thu fight (or the plums will bo commenced. THE president has announced to tho Phlllplnos that thu United Suites in their friend and In prepared to drub them soundly if they fail to recognize the fact. A gentle reminder to Maximo Gomez In in order. Wak clouds are again holding over Kngland and France. Franco seems to bu on the evu of a gt eat crisis. Not alone is war imminent, but grave feats are entertained or the downfall of the republic and the ascendancy of Victor Bonaparte. ANAKCHIST ALTOKLD lias got 1ih quietus Imally. ilo lias lost control of the democratic organization of Illinois. If the democratic ship would shako otT a few ...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 January 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. 4p ha w CITY COUNCIL Buiness Session Tuesday Afternoon Wate Rates Finally Decided On. Tho city council met Tuesday after noon anil transacted the following busi ness: A warrant was drawn on the water works' fund for $2,."O0 to pay tho first interest on the $S3,000 bonds issued by th? city. An order was raudo on tho Mineral ized lli.se company tiv 1,003 feet of ho-e at USuMitH a foot, The grade on San Francisco avi'tiue and Birch street was ordered. J. W. Weatherford was allowed (55 for dirt excavated from his cellar for grading Aspen avenue. An ordinance was provided for pun ishing anyone for interfering with the city's h.d runts. Tho salary of the superintendent of waterworks was fixed at $12") it month. An ordinance was passed establish ing water rates, as follows: Private families ,..M 00 Each extra faucet 2 li.ith tubs, private. . .' 50 Ho-e, private 3 00 Short oilier, restaurants 5 00 Short order rest., day and night.. " 60 Saloons 5 00 Laundries . 10 (10 Barb...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 January 1899
:;uu-i" ?PTw3 THE COCONINO SUN. I flr 5 BRIEF LOCALS. J Saturday, January 14, 1899. O. W. Lilly left Sunday forCaliforniu. The board of supervisors meet again Monday. Dr. Brunnen made a flying trip to Phoenix Sunday. Coleman Campbell of Wlnslow was in town Tuesday. THE SUN for 18811 only Si It con talus all the loeal doings. Probate Judge Laytou eauie out first best in a tussle with the grip. Mrs. Frank Hoderigues is rapidly re covering from her recent tilnes. Mrs. Davo Babbitt left this week for Lou Angeles, to bo absent two months. Flagstaff had Its second heavy snow j this season. It averaged about a foot. The section gang was busy shoveling , the snow off the railroad tracks yeter-1 day. Tho Flagstaff Whist club rcorgan-i Ized last night at the residence of Mrs. j M.ji Ulordan. j G. W. Moiris, manager of tho second , store, has been confined to tho house tho past week from sickness. Julius Aiibineau has been confined to Ills bed since Monday, suffering from a severe attack uf th...