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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 January 1899
TUB COCONINO SUN. s R V 4 r statud si man hud just arrived with the startling intelligence. Ah the trouble wai reported to have occurred several days ago and ant no Down has been re ceived here as jut, no urudunee can be placed In the reiwrt. Manuel Morlll, who shot Francisco Lopez at Can on Diablo lust week, mention of which was made in The Sun, was bound over to the grand jury. G. Uentley It) an will arrive hero on tomorrow's train. He intended to le maiu In the east until spring, but at tractions hero were irroslstable. An ovation awaits him. Grandma Morris has been sick for the i.i4t month and without necessary caiu and attention. ShelsUl jears old and feeble. Through the kind offices of Mrs. .1. . I. Donahue a nurse ha been secured and she was made more com fortable. Fr T. K. Pollock, cashier of the Arizona Central bank, wo learn that) that institution will ojien a branch bank at Kingman February 1. It will be under the management of II. II. Wntkins, who will atyivo here tomor ...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 January 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. Found Hinging to a Tree. Justice Scott returned last evening1 from beyond Red Rock, whither ho hud gono with Under Sheriff Paul to hold un inquest over the remains of a man found hanging to a tree ut Desert stage fetation, says the Tucson Citizen. The man is described as about 25 years old, of uudcrsize and poorly clad, but his name could not bo ascertained. He l Mippoied to bo the little Jew who spent several months in the Sisters hospital recently, and after leaving the hospital became desjtondent on account of his ill health and poverty, and took this means of self-destruction to end his misery. He was buried near where ho was found Imnyitiy. It is thought the deed was done about Sunday. Justice Seott suite-, that while on their way back a heavy shower of rain fell on them midway between Red Rock and Tucson. Photographic. The celebrated Cyclone cameras are being used by amateurs and profes sionals all over the civilized world. The most compact and least complica...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 January 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. fa f : Santa Fe Pa, R. R, Co. I "W- Condensed Time Card No. 4. (In effect November 23, IKW.J LODGE DIRECTORY. WKST. WEST. EAST. tEAST. STATIONS. No. 1. No. 3. No. 2. No. 4. 10(10 p. Bui p. r, Chicago A 9 XI p. 5 a. 1120 n. IU1 a. Kansas City 7IH) a. 9 10 p. 3 -JO a. 130 a. Dcntcr Su) p. ROJ p. 423 a. II lid n. I, a. Junta II .VI a. 8)3 p. UtCi p. I12J a. Albuquerque 10 23 p. 0O3 p. 2 2J a. . . . . Wlngate a 33 p. ... .' u, 4 23 p. Gallup 6 IS p. 4.1 p. 5 43 a. Holbrook I30p 7113 a. 7 33 p. U'hi.low 1233 p. 9 53 o. 030 a. 52 p. Flagstaff 10 40 a. 8 111 a. 11 13 a. II III p. Williams 9 22 a. 7 07 a. 12 3i) p. 12(13 . Ash Fork 8U a. SW u. 12 33 p.. .,.7. I. Ash Fork A SSVa. 227 v- A Jerome Jo li 4uo a 3 10 p Prescott 3 III a 0 43 p Coiuress Jc. 1123 u i W2LE: " I'll l'nlx 8 3i) p. 12 3J p7l203a. fTAih Fork A 8 03 a. SW a. 2 (Up. . .. 1 'each Sprt ngs 4 31a. . .. 3 3D p.l 2 4J p. Kingman IH H.12 3J a. 543pjl03Sp. The Needles III. V p. 10 33 p. 7 03 p. , . Hlaltc 9 2? p...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 January 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. SHE NEVER WAS A BOY. When I rnme home the other nlxht With un iiKly-looklu' eye Thnt 1 bail tot Into n tlixht I'oor ma commenced to cry, Hut when I told pa how It was Ho dapped hlt hnds for Joy. And told me I'd done bully, 'cause. Once he had been n boy. " Boys will be twys," I heard him say: 'They won't be otherwise, And the one that learnt to fight his way Is the one that wins the prize. When I was his age tlxhtln' was My greatest early Joy" But ma, she kept on cryln', 'cause She never was a boy. My golly, but I'd hate to be A girl with Buffer hair. And always prim us A, II, C, With clothes too clean to wear) When ma was small t s'pose she was Red-cheeked nnd sweet and coy But, ob, the (un that missed her 'cause She never was a boy. A FEW WORDS ON MINING. In These Days of Progression Mining It Not Classed as a Gamble. One often hear the expression that "mining Ik h gamble." To somo extent ii is, nnd then, again, It in not. It de pends largely on the features conn...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 January 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. Il V & . TERRITORIAL NEWS. Phoenix is to have ati electric rail way to the Arizona fulls. Charles Edwards lias been acquitted of the murder of Charles Cadotto at Globe. There nro seven cases of smallpox lu the pest house at Preseott, but no new cases are reported. Mrs. Laura L. Cochran died at the Indian school at Phoenix Sunday of in flammation of the liowels. T. II. Lucas died at Preseott Sunday hist of dropsy. Lucas was a nativu of England, was "I years of age and re Hided in Prehcott thirty-four years. A proposition has been submitted to the citizens of Jerome by the board of supervisors to erect u branch county jail for the joint use of the county uutl city. A new steel bridge is being built across the Colorado at Yuma. As the river rises in Pubruarv, all K-siblo haste is being nii.de with the work. Proseetnr. Thomas- Colter, who took an overdose of laudanum a week ago, died Sunday. Cotter was an old-timer jn these parts and was well liked by all who knew ...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 January 1899
THK COCONINO SUN. 1 - Reduced Rate to Phoenix. Commencing Wednesday, Dee. 7. S)i, imt! continuing up to und Includ ing April ill, 1S!)'., iho Santa l-'o Paeilli Kallroad company will sell round till tickets from FlaaUitT to Phoenix at the rut o or $20.00. Thesu tiekels will only bo Mild Wednesday of each week during period mentioned above und will bo limited to continuous passage In each direction, with linul limit of thirty days from date of sale. Geo. E. Sullivan, Agent. People who denounce the stage should remember that the mln-lrel U never mo black as he is pulned. PUBLIC OPINION 3,000 Papers in 1 FOR THREE MONTHS FOR 25 CENTS You can feel thu great puli-e of the United Statei by reading Public Opln Ion, which quotes opinions from Atlan tic to Pacltio. on all Important ques tions. In nooiher way cm you Ixicomo familiar with thu sentiment or every date und wLh the opinions of every faction In every state. President McKinley, Senator Allison. Senator Ilunna, lion. Win. J. Hryan, T...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 January 1899
vMBssBfrnmsiimemmitmassmsasssamm THi: COCONINO SUN. fr - ' 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 capjjals 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. A. ?fl. snht,i fUcnttirhf etnttv frnm ' &- the leading capitals of Europe. . , , BBB62 tuxwmetrT; arnr -.& The Chicago Record, alone of all American- ,, I newspapers ouisiue new rum i,uy, , ,j nov prints original and exclusive W-. . tif- lBSBSWM5"'!n iH-fWHIiifc
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 January 1899
THK COCONINO SUN. I here need Rlpans Tabules with aomoeh satis faction that I can cheerfully recommend them. Have been troubled for abont tbrco jcara with what I called bilious attack earning on regularly one a week. Vu told by illJerent p'ayslilans that It nu earned by bad teeth, of which I bad several. I had tho teeth extracted, lt the at tacks continued. I bad teen advertisements of Rlpans Tabules In all tho pairs but had no faith In them, but about fix weeti since a frlmd In daced ine to try them, nave taken but tvro of t lie email Steut boxes tf the T.-.tnles and bavobad no recurrence i f t lie attacks. Ita o rover elreii n testimonial for aujti.hu bif-ie, but tho en at amount of good which 1 belle o has Ucn ilor.o me by RlpanaTabules Inducts ne toudd mlnototlie many testimonials you doubtless bare In your possession now. I want to Inform yon. In words of highest praise, of the benefit I hare derived from Rlpans Tabules. I am n professional nurse and in this profession n rlear ...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 January 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. Mr FLAGSTAFF Real Estate and Mining Exchange. The 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 Kintn of Interest, how to reach them, unci eot of transportation and accommit dations. To the Health-seeker, the climatic influence on the human system. To the Investor or Speculator, the various openings to get largo returns from capital, both limited and unlimi ted. To the HoraJ-seeker, 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, silver and gold mines, asbestos water storage for irriga tion and electrietietil possibilities. We handle on commission al! kinds of property and have now for sale city and count...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 January 1899
Trriteml Lit i Address 'MiMiWEBlQ, 1H 3 THE COCONINO SUN. m$iiiiiM6mc&oooo FOR -1899, TFte Goconino Sun. PUBLISHEDEVERY SATURDAY. 8 If -I? Subscription,. Reduced to $2.oo K 1 PER YEAR. "" V Printed all at home. Contains nil the local news. Has the largest circulation of any paper in the county. CM. FUNSTON Editor and Proprietor, Flagstaff, Arizona. fcjg&gag&&jgsg! 1Mi4p lit miM J i" A . o w 11 o I" ifi L
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 January 1899
rwBaiBMaMi ffigffi Cfye Coconino 5un: Vol. XV. FLAGSTAFF, JANUARY 21, 18i)9. No. G2. f. KIOKDAN, Mtntstr. J M . FIOPDAN, Sccrturr i y F.'V. SISSON. Tmnrcr'. t . , , S yitfZCWA LUMBER AND TIMBER COMPANY, Manufacturer of , i. h ii. Native Pine Lumber, ! i Props, Stulls, Boxes, Lath,- - s V, Piling, Shingles, 5 I Ties, Lagging. Sash and Doors. 5 ! I '. Flagstaff, Arizona, J&f 1 . .. .3 ' lttrVSB! KtJ4x ateigjBas.grf , m. jr w
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 January 1899
. - mnsm&m&m&im2S8mniiiiumtiBMMU!UsiBmi THE COCONINO SUN. ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, 4 FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. w :. 5b p OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. Interest Paid on Time and Savings Deposits. Drafts Sold Upon all For eign Countries. We have an extensive Patronage and Correspondence through'1 out Arizona, and invite your Banking Business upon Liberal and Conservative terms. T. J. POLLOCK, President. T. E POLLOCK, Cashier. C. H. EDWARDS, Assistant Cashier. J, C, MILLIGAN, MANUMCTURCR Or Brick and Lime, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER..- Estimates Made on any kind of Stone or Brick Work. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE VFIa'ttaff Precinct.1- - -,Vva-vvx'Vnvv' LIQUOR STORE JULIUS' AUBIHEAU. OCAltft IN FINE. Quietest place in Iowa. No gambling allowed. Family Trade Solicited A" WINES, WHISKIES LIQUORSGIGARS MttK!llMBMMKimmum!zsKnmKximn!m fSr
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 January 1899
;22Ei2222syfii '; Oe Coconino Sun. Vol. XV. FLAGSTAFF, JANUAKV 21, 18fl. No. 52 gj- GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Synopsis of His Recommendations to the Legislature. The Message Meets With the Approval of Both Branches of the Legislature. The Condition of the Territory. Tilt', mesage congratulates the ter ritory on the prosperity of Its mining, agricultural and grazing interests, and the vator of her volunteers in the lute Spanish-American war, mid mentions partifiilarl the fact-1 hut In proportion , to imputation the response to the cull p to arms wuh more quickly given and in ' greater iiumlieis than li, any other Mate or territory.' It refers to tliiH among the deeds which should lie re warded by the lioon of stateliest. It then refer to the duties resting tlMn the legislature in the amendment of exist inland the enactment of new laws, and calls attention the necessity of economy. The assessed valuation of the taxable property of the territory Is given at 3I,17.V40.I, then follow in detail...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 January 1899
Liil.'gMtfaiafiirtffwiWaCTatrBa6tf'Mji!111' THE COCONINO SUN. sitlnn 1h) defended that greater riches In gold, copper and silver Uny fiom Arizona ground mill J l-lrilnitetl us di vidend In the uiit ami In Kuropo Ho points out the fact that, there in very littlu ue for tins reform school building In ibN territory iind recom mends tluit tlio building itt Flagstaff lie should lint Iks tuxed in some form from i Milil or if not wild boliuves il could well wliliiu tlio territory." j bo put to Use as a Normal school build- Tlie Governor recommends tlio I Ing. amendment of tlio law governing the ' He recommends that a committee bo Ho.nd of Control and tlio continuance appointed to laku steps toward re-ur-of that Hoard. A No recommends ib'o ranging and cataloguing too hn:k in' appointment or a eouiliiN.slon to iecodi-1 tlio territorial library and protect It f.v tliu laws of tlio territory; also tlio from spoliation and vandalism, in tlio auieiidinont of the election law-. Military has suffe...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 January 1899
srgy.iwMwiaroaswW THB COCONINO SUN. a S ' Ik ARIZONA SOLONS. The Twentieth Legislature of Arizona Effected a Permanent Organization on Monday. In the house the membership stands thirteen democrats to eleven republi cans. The democrats placed H. P. Ashurst In nomination for speaker and the republicans nominated Wiutield Scott, of Maricopa. The roll call pro ceeded by counties and Ashurt's time to vote came, nearly at the head. After carefully examining his hand he parsed. When the rote readi ed Mr. Scott ho immediately uvuued Ills vote for the man from Coconino. On the recall of the roll, Ashurst, see ing how the vote had been cast, voted for Scott. The vote stood l.'i to 11 in favor of Ashurst, and on motion of Scott, his election wan made unani mous. Tho following officers and employes were elected. There remain several clerkships to be tilled: Speaker, Henry F. Ashurst of Coconino; chief clerk, W. D. Berryof Yavapai: ussistant chief clerk, .1. Ho'.ps nf Graham: journal clerk, l P....
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 January 1899
TTtTifflrVfTiiif MS THB COCONINO SUN. C!5ltc (EtfCtfitino mt. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. Entered in the I'ostoftleo ut Klaffitaff as second cla mutter. Issued eery Saturday. Subscription price, tun iloll.irs u rear. In n Ivans1!. Every tuner is stopped nt the enplratlon of the time paid for C. M. FUNSTON, Editor. FfA(:STAI'r SATUUUAY, J AN. 21, 1S(I TllK democratic legislature believe thut it is in the interest of public econ omy to provide places for their friends and consequently have Increased the number of clerkships to sixteen. The message of Governor Murphy was a surprise to the democrats, as It contained many recommendation ad vocated by that party and to which they supposed the governor would bo (P))(HI'1 to. THE coppor mines of Coconino coun ty only need the Investment of capital to make; them us large und profitable producers a any in the territory, and it now looks like thu capital Is ready for the investment. GKS. FkJAN It to lie court martlaled for hi utterances ngalnHGcn. Mil...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 January 1899
T'W ?!( H9ti-T aj9r7 CfiTf- r i vjfv,vn THE COCONINO SUN. m . Weit End Kickers. The West End Tux-payer's Associa tion met nt the residence of Capt. Glowner, pursuant to adjournment of previous meeting. Nearly nil the tax-pa) erg of the West Km! were present and an enthusiastic meeting was held. Thu following; reort of the sommit tee appuinted at the previous meeting wan heard, received and approved. "Mr. Sturdevnnt has completed the original contract for water works, amounting to the sum of tS.'iJXX), and lii.OOOof bond last voted by the city has not yet been touched. At thu time these iHinds were voted the council gave Its word that the West End water works would be built llrst. Hesldes the original contract work, amounting tn said sum of $&,(I00, Sturdevnnt has done nlM)Ut $3,800 more of work. It is also understood there arc outstanding unpaid town warrants amounting to the sum of uIkiiii WDl)." ''Notwithstanding the foregoing, it was moved nt the lust meeting of the council t...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 January 1899
.easniBLftTaahMM vszsmezzzzzKJ tnmmmmn'mmm THE COCONINO SUN. M&mm'"l IVWVVVVWWWVWVVWVW i BRIEF LOCALS. cwvvvvwwwwvwvwvvw Satuhday, January 21, 18M). E. E. Elllnwoad returned from Phoenix today. W. O. Seeor loft Tuesday on a busi ness trli to Lot Annulet. Cil. M. .!. Kounsevllle, the Williams druggist, pm Thursday liere. Mis Jcnnlu Huylos, of Gallup, N. M., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Geo. Harney. , David Babbitt returned Wednesday from a business trip to Sau Francisco. Under Sheriff Francis is spending the week in Phoenix, visiting his fam ily. Mr. K. F. Austin, assistant post master, returned from a visit to Pres cott Thursday. J.C. Milllgan left Tuesday for Las Vegas, N, M. His mother is very sick ul thai place. Do not pay fancy prices for now gloves when )ou can get them at John Sanderson's at right prices. C. A. Hush returned Wednesday from a trip to Phoenix and Tucson. He attended the opening notion of tliu legislature. Will 11. Campbell, who has been sick ul Phoenix for t...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 January 1899
"! amimwitmi i mi iwrrii rn Mg'itWIWHW THE COCONINO SUN. - A ixLi.'s For Sale One net heavy harness, one I set light harness, one set single buggy I hari.css, one light wagon, one lumber' wago.i. Inquire at Sun office. Wanted to purchase Pine lands in Cocmino county. Send description, I oUlnute and price to Charles H. Pratt, I Box 1 196, Phoenix, A. T. tf. ) John G. Pulliara, of Eureka Springs, Ark., has accepted a position with the SUN. Mr. Pulliara Is a first-class printer, and a genial, gentleman. All work entrusted to his care will be promptly done. K.., Iiennitt, citizen member of thu Territorial Board of Contros. was in town Wednesday and Thursday look ing af'.er matters pertaining to the Homo for the Insane building. The work of Contractor .lurdcit was found to lU tip per agreement, and perfectly satisfactory to the board. Miss Adele Huggelu died at the resi dence of her brother, Martin Huggclii, at Williams on Tuesday of smallpox. Slicoamo recently from Saginaw, Mich., to sp...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 January 1899
i T I'f ilVi)- til i an the COCONINO SUN. AN ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING. Citizen Meet and Organize the Ed E. Ayer Pioneer Hose Company. Tuccday night. In response to a call i-siicd b the committee, tho Kcd Men's hall was packed with representative citizens of Flagstaff for the puroo of organizing a bono company. .ir.M. Sitnwnn called the meeting to order and nominated Ralph II. Came ron for temporary chairman, and G. T. Burrows was made temporary secretary. Mr. Cameron, In an appropriate speech, stated tho object of the meet ing. A permanent organization was then perfected by the election of J. .1. Dona hue, foreman, and G. T. Burrow, secretary. The foreman asked permission of tho company to designate lis name, which was granted, and ho named the com pany tho Ed K. Ayer Pioneer Hni (.'ouipany. which was enthuslatieally received and tin; cry of "Ayer," "Ayer" resounded through the hall. Mr. Dnnahuo then addressed the meeting, giving his reasons for honor ing Mr. Ayer as follow: He mild Ed ...