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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 January 1899
3ffi&&9tiflUnn5&KE4n BHBfiBTfflffalKaJl THE COCONINO SUN. h mechanics and laborers signed as char ter members. A committee was upjwinted by the foreman to wait on Mr. Aver and in form him the company had been named after him as one of the oldest of Flag staff's pioneers. A committee was appointed to wait on the council to secure quarter, para phemilfa, etc. The meeting then adjourned to meet tonight "t same time and place. I. D. Berry was in from Grand View, on the rim of the Grand Canon, this week. NOTICE FOR BIDS. Office of the Secretary, I Phoenix, Jan. 10, 181)!). f The undersigned will receive bids on and before .January HI, 18!)!), for the printing of the report of all territorial otliciuls, required to make report, in cnmnliancc with Act No. 14 of the laws of the Nineteenth Legislative Assem bly of the Territory of Arizoua.approv ed March li 187. From January 10, 1WR), to January thirty-first, 18!)!), the said report will be open for lnpection at the olllce of tho...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 January 1899
iimMwaymawg THE COCONINO SUN. I If a girl's in love, BECAUSE f (0 That h her Imslucss; W We hae eicrythlng that Is Q) ' i( , . vvy necessary to start them on their W IT a DOy S 111 love, J, journey ofbllsstnlnehs; line bed- gj ThafK his business- y TIMm fUrnturo, chairs, tublex, S h r- . -c -ii vi5 stoves, etc., nod we mlirht bo K & But i F they marry, ,,,,, to ,' , a criuIlt, ffi (Q That'n our business. T Xj 5 The Second Hand Store 85 fO WHY? Jl' Uuys and sells everything. Bj v It Is tlie Kreut Haii-gulii House oi' Northern Arizona. W c.w.moM.s.Miiner ... D R LEWIS. 8 S. BARRON, Merchant Tailor, All the Latest Styles in Foreign and Domestic Goods. Perfect Fit ot every Garment Guaranteed, Railroad Avenue. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. I J. P. ARNOLDS ft I Watehmaket and Jeuielerl S A D DEAI.Ilt IN ft) S Watches, Clocks, Silverware Jewelry, Spectacles and Novelty Goods .2; Especial attention irlren to the repairing of Fine Watches. French Clock, Music lloxes and XX ftj Jewelry. Satisfactio...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 January 1899
KnBRHESH mL. THE COCONINO SUN. i) fa to Santa Fe Pa. R, R. Co, I Condensed Time Card No, 4. (In effect November 21, 1HM. LODGE DIRECTORY. I QHAIM TKIIIK, NO. 8. 1. O. It. M. WEST. WK8T. KANT. tEAST. STATIONS. No. 1. No. 3. No. S. No. 4. 10 U) p. 8 00 p. I, Chicago A 9 0) p. DM a. 11 -M a. 9 35 u. Kansas City 7oj n. 9 10 p. 3 31 a. 4 30 u. Denver 5 no p. ftui p. 4 A a. 1 1 mi n. r.ii Junta 11 W . 0 45 p. 905 p. 111 n. Allmiiueniuo 10 is p. U5 p. i-il a. Wlngate tp. 2 55 a. 4 25 p. Gallup .'i I) p.. I 13 p. S45u Holbrook I3ii.j. m n. 7 35 p. lnlow 12 3 p.9.Y a. V 30 u. 9 5." p. Kl:iiCHtalT II) 40 a. 8 19 u. 11 15 a. II 10 p. Williams 9 22 a. 7 07 n. 1130 p. I .'lift a. Ash Fork 805 n.( 5 .VI a. 12 35 p. "7 f. Ash ForkA 6. VI a., " 2 27 p. .. A Jerome Jo L 4U a.i 3 III p. .. I'rescott 3 10 a. 8 45 p. Congress Jc. II Si a.' 9S) p. . .. Phd-nlx HI p., 1230 p. 13 115 a. I. Ash l''orK . Kin a. A. VI a. 2 IKI p Pencil Springs 4 30 u.i ., . 3 30 p. 241 p. Klngmnn I'll a. 12 3.1 ur. ft 45 p 1...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 January 1899
I el :AMIlMM,teiXMX-amJLSMmi THK COCONINO SUN. .1. W.HARPER WHISKY slSffigw Sold for Medical Purposes only. d. U. DONAHUE, Sole Agent fon Arizona. Tie Affairs of Europe :ire faithfully portrayed in the original and exclusive cable dispatches which THE Clll CACIO 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 dated Press. The Chicago Record, alone of all American newspapers outside New York city. now prints original and exclusive cable dispatches daily from the leading capitals of Europe.
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 January 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. FLAGSTAFF y. 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 tliu tourist respecting scenic points of Intercut, how to reach Ilium, unil cost of transMrtation and accommo dations. To the Health-seeker, the climatic influence on the lllllllilll S,StCIII. To tho investor or Speculator, the various openings to get large, returns from capital, loth limited and unlimi ted. To the Home-seeker, the various opportunities and tin limited osihilities of farming in this section. Prices of horses, cattle, sheep and hogs. Actual statUtics of our resource-, such as water, voal, lumber. building stone, sand, lime, brick, copper mines, silver and ro!tl mines, asbe.to, water storage for irriga tion and eleetrletlcal j) Kslbilities. We handle on commission all kinds of propern and have now for sale city ...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 January 1899
!iT f-V" V- T - ' vr-- '', ..i I" '.V ift1 I.V I! V frl Mm' Territorial S1 981r iiaOf'o.. jri5H--''-v-xTriv'r anv :itfJW - --- -- .....-.' -... :o::x?:;:: f FOR 1890. -v - 4p. is The s Coconino Sun. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Vt Subscription Reduced tou.S2.00 T(J PER YEAR. ;:' f Add i ( 16 " t ' tV Printed nil at home Contains all the local news. Has the largest circulation of airy paper in the county. ff G M. FUNSTON, Editor and Proprietor, Flagstaff, Arizona, . :''Z'Sl?,::,:-:':,:t:p:,:,:,:: i """' .-.-- -.-.-. .'.' iV iVl r.:4 ft. '.'I tV IM At & :! x:":oXl if "svsffcs
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 January 1899
Cfye Coconino Sun, Vol.. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, JANUARY 28, 1899. No. 1. r. A. tlOtDAN. Hituttr. M. I. KIOPDAN. Sanury J F. V..SISSON, Trtnurtt. T "ft -if - t ? , Jf S I ARIZONA; I LUMBER AND TIMBER A ' COMPANY, " J Manufacturers of ; ' , Jf; I Native Pine Lumber, I Props, Stulls, 4 Boxes, Lath, s Piling, Shingles, Tics, Lagging.- Sash and' Doors. s t Flagstaff, Arizona, I m i WfenKf AstemJw . Lrl t&.'4lnt. " , v .4 ,,r. ' ,"
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 January 1899
'm2"$im THE COCONINO SUN. ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, f FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. " Sv: v-V ", f; !V 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. ' - r. . POLLOCK, President. T. E POLLOCK, Cashier. C. H. EDWARDS, Assistant Cashier. a MILLIGAN, MNUrCTUBf or Brick and Lime, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER . Estimates Made on any kind of Stone or Brick Work. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Flagstaff Precinct. vN-vA-vvnrv, LIQUOR STORE JULIUS AUBINEAU, FINE. i y wwuw r WINES, WHISKIES LIQUORS-CiGARS Oulclctt pUcc in town, No gambling allowed. Family Trade Solicited. wnaBBaaaiMCTwrTOB'w'-r- yjjgSj m .,-'
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 January 1899
Oje Coconino Sun. Vol,. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, JANUARY 28, 1899. No. i E.E.AYER A RELIC LOVER. His Collection of "Americana' Deemed Finest in the World. Resigning President of the Field Colunv bian Museum Give Bountifully of Time and Fortune to all Public Institutions With Which He is Connected How He Became Interested in the Indian Intense Admirer of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado. Edward K. Ayer, who resigned on Saturday from tho presidency of the Field Columbian Museum, linn uehluved rn national reputation us u gatherer of "Americana." His vast collection, which cost him in the yathorin- not less than lf0,000, is deemed the finest In the world. Ever since the World's Fair Mr. Ayer is said by his friends to have devoted more time to the museum than to his peional business. Much of the success of the museum has been duo to his work and liberality. To the Chicago Historical Society, the New berry Library, and the Art Institute, ho has given bountifully, of both his time aud fortune. Seve...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 January 1899
Tin: cocoNixo sun. his huslm-. His ability to pick his .Ainorlc.1. With his wife ho has ox subordinates Is of tlio highest. plnred tho gigantic gorge nioro thoi- Mr. Ajurha-boen u trustee of tho oull.v, perhaps, tlmn any other Chi Newberry Library fi om the ilrst. For jcago.in. !'' '' "-' determined hi llftt'eu .tears ho bus been iv director of ' friends should not bo deprived of mi the Chicago Historical Society. Piom ll'ort unity to study nature's st upend- its inception hu b is been a diiector in tho Art Institute. For over live ,oar- hu hart'dewited his time largely to tho ous work on tho Colorado nnd he built u cottage, where he has euterUlned several p.ii ties who wished to jjurney Fluid Columbian Mus-enm. He will through tho caujon. When not in lomainu diiertor of that Institution, Ohicagoof late, it ran be ilepended on though giving up tho presidency. COM.KOriONS TO MUSKUMS. His m cat collection of "Amciieana" will go lo thu Nowhe.r Libr.ir.i at his death. Most of the collec...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 January 1899
THK COCONINO SUN. r2e53S38223eS332SSS33SggS3KS332SS323 , K If a girl's in love, jffi; BECAUSE I That's her business; We have ererythli.it that Is 5 ir Uinii'e in Uua Y necessary to start them on their V X IT tt DOy S m lOVe, l journey of bllssfulness; tine bed- Sj ft That's his business- ,, furnture c)mri. taWes, a fO 4Uau m,,,,, T stoves, etc., and we mliiht be V rt)UULM moy iuiif, ,.j., induced to throw In n cradle. J, (y That's our business. Y U !) ThAKapAnri Uanri vtnra 9 y I WUWUIIU IUIIU WIVI. K" .sv i neoeconu nanuaiore v- (U WHY 8 !, llujs and sells eerttiliik'. S fO It is the great liuriruln House of Northern Arizona. A c.w.oRR.s.Minwr ... Di R LEWIS. ' i S. BARRON, w i Merchant Tailor, All the Latest Styles in Foreign and Domestic Goods. Perfect Fit ot every Garment Guaranteed, Railroad Avenue. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. I J. P. ARNOLDS & I Watchmaker and Jeuieler (0 AMD IIEALEK IN A $ Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Jewelry, Spectacles and Novelty Goods Ki & Especial attent...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 January 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. ilk . "s ARIZONA SOLONS. , A message from tho house nniuiuno- ' ing llio njs-.ijo of Resolution No. 1 to Some o! the Doings of the Legislature ! the ofTecl that no appropriation will be During the Week Thu houu met Mmih1.iv and the fol lowing lllllnUAtl1lllMI('l(Ml: Mr. Parr Intioducod II. H. No. It, re .uliiitf not :K of the lSth legislative assembly icgaiding tin1 ago of consent, utul amending tho penal statutesohaiig ing thu ago of consent front II to 17. Mr. CJnij introduced 11. 11. No. Ill, it n art In regulate homestead exemptions. Head llrst time. Mr. Moore offered a resolution that the newspapers of tho territory receive no remuneration for Miipl inr the members of the hoiisu with piper-, u1m lesolutloti tli.it all bills earrjlug an appropriation mnst lie intioduoed by Mati'h 1st or icoiiltu a two-thlids icsolutiop of permission to Introduce. 'I'lio first resolution was amended to iniitso it a eoneurrent resolution and It wan wi ordered and entitled II. C. ...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 January 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. A ( EDUCATIONAL PAGE. I cwwwwvvwwwwwwwv KDITKI) 11 V MALVKItX DIJIMICK. Miss Lllu States wiii enrolled in the eighth fjrudc last Monday. Tho attendance in departments in quite tegular and prompt. A few only havu been ali-oiit and they on account of sickness. To raiso money for the school library, u series of entertainment!- is being ar ranged. The first of the series will lie next Saturday night in tliu public school liall. A professional elocution ist and ilr.uiKiiic artist, i'rof. J. Frank Fouche, lis boon engaged. Those wlio fail to hear Mr. Fouche will mifs'araic treat. Mr. Fouchc will bo assisted in his recital tonight by our local orchestra, 7'by Mis Katie Foreman who will give a cornet solo, and by Mrs. Hugh Camp bell and Mr. Itiid with vocal solos. Twenty-six have been enrolled in the second grammar department so far this month. The first mid second pri mary departments are well tilled, the former having an enrollment of about lifty and the latter of about ...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 January 1899
TI1K COCONINO SUN. u i (Che (Coconino tm. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. Kntere I In tho I'oUoMro at Flux-tall in scrouil dim matter. I-suetl eiory Saturday. Subscription price, two Unllnrs n year, In niran;e. Kivrv piiw Is-toppM at thecvplratlonof tho tltno pulilfor C. M. FUN3T0N, Editor. Kijaostapk. Satokd.vv, .Ian. is, imm. , along article to sal up housekeeping. 1TI10 berths of I ho, men can easily be I removed to allow ventilation. About .seven weeks will be required for tbu voyage bv wiiy of tho Sue, (.'until. Tub next army oMit'or who wants to make, cixmo remarks about the com jnaudlnggunerul probably will oUiy the popular maxim to pause and count ten Mot. TuoSK who are disp isod to ridicule I lie name of lloilo should remember that ibu Filipino- may some day be moved to rotullam upon Paw Paw, P.nkwu--ett, Wullii Walla and Ami-rn-coggin. TllKRi: Is evidently going to bo trouble abend for Congressman-elect Huberts of Utah. Ilopro-enlat I vo Clarke of Iowa inlrpjnced a bill providing that...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 January 1899
THi: COCONINO SUN. A 18J7 was valued at ?401,:i"O,72S with liai selling at tfl.(!2 n ton. In 1')S the ciop was the best on toenrd, :iml it It selling .it mi avei age (if ? :i ton tliiouliiMit the louutrj. During the calendar ve ir ended Dee. Itl the value of the bicadstulTs miIiI tiliro 1 was?-:il7,()UO,O0J. pirn isions$174, 000,00.1 uml cotton $.2.1.1,0 AMMO, making a totul of $724,iHK),OiK woitb of farm piodiiets expot Iwl iii(l sold at Iwttui' price ill in wete ever known before. ROUGH RIDERS' CAMP. Prosperous Farmers. The fanner of thin eountrv made moieinoiiev in 18U8 than ever liefoie in it histor.v. The fotthcomingstatis ticalieport fioin the ilepuummt of agiicultuic will show unpiect dented crops unprecedented prices mid un piecedenteil piospuritj. Tlio coin oi op in It1!)!! amounted to 2,2K1,87.",1(V busheK valued at $ll),27l,0.10: in 18!)7 it n.h l,l)J2,!)i7,li.l.'I busheK valued at j)l.071U'i2. In 18J3, according to piesout estlmites, the oluuie was not! onlv lar'olv inci...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 January 1899
TI1K COCONINO SUN. w BRIEF .LOCALS. SATIJHIIAY, .Jaxuaky -8. 1S!!). WW WW V A. r'l'.aer. wlui h 11 buen sick I wlih Huuiiioii(. Is now Improving. ; K. 11. Hums, resident engineer of j tho Simla lV Paoilio. .spoilt Tuesday: hero. II K. Klllnwood loll Smulii for ICiii.'iiiau anil expects tn return next week. II. II. .lone, wliois journal clerk of thu council, c.imn liomo Thursday ami uill remain till Hijml.i.u ('. A. Hush anil I-'ioely Ktey left Tui'Mlay on a prospecting trip in tho (irami Cmjoii nr the Colorado river. n. W. Davis, niiij m- of South Uello iiiont, wile in town several das this week and left Thursday for Win-low. Tho lists of uraml ami trial jurors to serve for the year 181)!), wore drawn Tuesday by the probate judu'o and thu clerk of court. ('. II. Mcf!onl;le, who has been In I'hncni.v for miiiio lime past for the benefit of his health, returned this week full4 recovered. M. M. Kislier came up from Heaver Creek Thutxlay, whore bin family in spending the winter. He repo...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 January 1899
MIM. THK COCONINO SUN. ) PS X goj rss Fitnstou for fliwt-i-liis-. job printing. ' Ho not pay fancy prices f()r new George li.il.Mtt 1ms lil(.,l an npplliii-, ':,olv, "'"'" ml,n" ""l tl"m "l ,,,,' tlim in the probate iiiurt for the ap-' h-",,,ow' ilt 'ht l"'"-'' M)iiitiii(!iit or administrator of Kill I The wires and the poles of the Suit Vun Vleit, deceased. I'-'-'1 Telephone cmiip.ui weie taken Wanted to purel.aso-l'Ino lands ,,m" xM w,,uk- "ml t,,u "'.'ephom- 1 1........I .....1 .1.1......! ... t ... i. : in Coconino enmity. Sand description, estimate and pric toChnrles II. IValt, Hex ll!)Ii, I'hoeiilx. A. T. tf. i.v... o .1.. r l t .-. .-,..,- w...:s.tm;., ...... .-,,. .,.; U-OHipitlV -.- IlllO.lt OUe-halr of the Sllll et light harness, otii! set single buggy ! . harness, one light wagon, one lumber wagon. Inrpiire at SUN oliiee. Dr. V. K. Itohhisou tiday re- euived a telegram from l'asaden ImixlmI and flipped to S.m Francis.-... The Mutual Telephone eompjny. a home institution, ...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 January 1899
mmmmmmmmmmmmm THK COCONINO SUN. fet f LEGISLATIVE VISITORS. The Jo.'nt Committee of the Legislature Villi R'agiUff. Thursday the julnt commltteaof tliu legislature arrived hero on thu inorn ill; passenger train. They were met ut tho.doput by u committee composed of Messrs. K. S. Clark, David Iiabbtlt, S. II. Tolfreo, .1. W. We.uliorford anil T. H. Pollock ami exported to thu Now Bank hotel. Tho council tiiumlwr of the com mittee were: Dr. Austin C. Wright, of Mammoth, Pinal county, anil .1. H. PI nicy, of Tucson, Pima county. As Huiibly members were: M. Cray, of CoohNo county, Alfrcil S. I). man, of TueMiu,anil K. M. Williams, of Moi unci, West End Kickers. On Monday ovenlng last thu West Kud Taxpayers' Association met pur suant to adjournment at tin; previous meeting, and 11 report of thu standing committee, John Woody, was received, accepted and unproved. It appear.s now that u majority of the council is willing to allow any and all i casoouhlc things to bo dono to glvu tho West E...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 January 1899
TH1C COCONINO SUN. Santa Fe Pa. R, R, Co, i LODGE DIRECTORY. Condensed Time Card No. 4. (In effect Novemlier at. iw.j No. I. WI.8T. No. 3. HIM n:ts I3J II IM II2J 4r p. 7 Si MR.' II II) l-.' 05 sso iu 1 IS pi p.. I KAST. KIST. HTATIO.NH. No. 2. No. I. L Chicago A IMW . US.' U. Kansas City 71H n. U III p. Denver Bun p. Sim p. Lit Junta II .VI u. 0 1S p. Albuquerque 10 25 p.jflus p. Wlngato S35 p.l (liillup , i: p. I U p. Holbrook t I si p. WlnsloM ,1235 p.' ii.Vi a. Flagstaff 111) a.i K III a. Williams I l 22 0.1 TO" a. Ash Fork i 8 in a.l 5 .VI ii. I. Asa" Fork At SSI n.1 A Jennie Jc I.1 IIH a., Piescotl 3 III a. Congress Jr. '11 2-" a. I'll enlx H.:i pJ 1. A--11 Fmu A, HU5 ii.' 5 5) n. Peach Springs 4 31 a.' Kingman I IM u.'l2:ll n. The Needles I WW p. mat p. Hlnke I U27 p.. llagdnd il I'l p.' . Daggett 4ifi p. Hirstow !W p. ft 2i p Kramer I2 1 p. Ii.l p Mojave I ID Id p. KMU ii r.osAnwlcs I IOW a.l 12J p. .San Diego K III a. Ml) a. San Francisco I Su) p.1 SO) p. QKAI1II Tltnil"., ...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 January 1899
m&iwSi m nn-.tjv-li z i wAJuj-ikiiiLiTv3rZfcSSj5BB Jewelry, Silverware and t Spectaclei. Posf 0ce $ Jewelry Store ', Repairing neatly done and guar', anteed. 21 YEARS' EXPERIENCE. J.A.MAURER. AAAAAAAAAAA'AAAAAM B. HOCK, Stationery News Stand FINE CIGARS, Domestic and Havana. Fresh Fruits and Confectionery, RAIMtOAD AVENUE. THK COCONINO SUN. yco:AfU..i"jE3i"tiij3L::;?: x 3 sYirEfi nuns jjWI.lWUI.WM., 1 I MACHINISTS V and ' fj MENDERS 'I 2 of any old thing. I SYKES BLOCK. FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA, THE .SUN Wants your Job Printing L in j