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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 January 1899
meat ...f.jii.TLliii11 - rmmmtmm-i..rm-m THK COCOXIXO SLW. d. W. HARPER WHISKY l: 8tt iTtrw2ifw ; Sold for Medical Purposes only. 4 J. d. DONAHUE, Sole Agent for Arizona. v :'" TAe 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 newspapers outside New York city, now prints original and exclusive cable dispatches daily from the leading capitals of Europe.
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 January 1899
mzmi THK COCONINO SL'N. Reduced Rates to Phoenix. Comiiieneiiijr Wednesday, Dec. 7. ISSiy. uiid coiilinuln;,' up to mid liielud In;; April 2U, lbii!), tliu Santu Fo Paellie ltuilroml company will sell round trip ticket from Fl.iytatT to l'hocnixat the rate of $i(MK). These tickets will only ho sold Wednesday of each week durliiff period mentioned above and will ho limited to continuous pihau in each direction, witli linal limit of thirty days from datuof sale. Gr.o. M Sullivan, Agent. People who denounce the ta'o should remember that the mln.trcl is never so black aw he U painted. PUBLIC OPINION 3,000 Papers in 1 FOR THREE MONTHS FOR 25 CENTS You can feel the great pulr-o of the United States by reading Public Opin ion, which quotes opinions from Atlan tic to Paeillu on all important ques tion,!. In no other way can you become familiar with tho sentiment of overy Htate and with the opinions of every faction in overy state. President MeKinloy, Senator Allison, Senator Haiina, Hon. Wi...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 January 1899
TIIK COCONINO SUN. VWWWWWWWWWr, w a rm,..,.i,. .. -ii TERRITORIAL NEWS. si"i"'o,viii... sold kk t,,n f rir ?...... C ha.t the other da at Ml u ton on ImiiiiI "in' -U( nil mvi ii in;; iit'iii . ;v , " the i.it e.iror tlT.")l) on nixt iioii-Hof J woeltlzeimof Jerome havu located j land. In addition to the tin mention 11 new town site on the Verde, river I '' ne raied !M(K) worth of com und south of Jerome. fi"'" tto"" "f "'""" r. , , . ., ... , , i r'il-M Lieutenant Will Hill of the Tho total mile.ijfe, hoth iiayn. of the , ., , , , . , . . ,, ... ........ .leriitorial infantry, now in camp at members of tho twont eth ley: N aitire . . . ' , , , , , . , .. . ',,..?. ,, Alham, Oa., writes to l'lictix fiends ban been loured up at H..VJS ink',, . ., . . . , . ,. ,, .. ., .that the iniisterin-oiit ollieer isexpeei- 1 he territory allow 1. 1 cents per mi o ,. , ., . ., , ... ,.,,,, ' , ed to arrive l hei eon the .tilth or .Mm. tmdthjs item of expense Inures a total He adds that the lnve he...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 January 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. M f K I here used Ripens Tabules with eo much satis (action that I can chcetlu'.lr recommend them. Bare bea troubled fur about three iar with what I called bilious attacks aiming on regularly one n week. Tu told by dhlerent physUlans that It was ceased by bad teeth, of which I had Mver&L I haJ the teeth extracted, lot the at tack! continued. I had seen advertisements of Klpant Tubulea In all the pers but had 1:0 faith In them, but about tlx weeks Unco a friend In ducal me to try them. Hare t.-.livn but t o of the mall Scent boxra cf tl:e Tiibjles on J liavubad no recurrence if the attacks. Ilai e never given a te-tlmonlal for auytuliu Ufuie. but the en at amount of good whlchlbellcie has becai.onomo by RIpansTabules Induces tno t'mdd mluototl.o many testimonial! you doubtleu hao In your possession now. I want to Inform yon. In words of hUhost pratsc, of the Unent 1 haie derived from Illp.ins Tabules. I cm a professional utirso bnd In this profession neloar head...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 January 1899
Lti !ccaimr-T- . WtWT-iw the cocoxino sun. FLAGSTAFF 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 tourit-t respectinc wcnli- Joints of interest, how to reach them, ami cost of transxrt:ition ami ummimii dution. e To tho Ifeallb-heeker, the climatic Influence on the litiiniiii eyotem. To the Investor or Spoliator, the various openings to get lar-'i; returns from capital, !tl lil-l and unlimi ted. To the Homu-Mjckor, the various opportunities ami un limited po-slbllltles of farming i Motion. Prices of horses, cuttle, sheep and hogs. Actual statistics of our resources, Mich as water, coal, lumber. building stone, numI, lime, brick, copper nines, "liver and ol.l mines, u-.1h.-I0n water storage for Irriga tion anil olcotrlctieal pussibilities. Wc handle on commifsion all kinds of proper' v and have mv for sal...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 January 1899
jweabiSsaMESt cX'Xt:::::X':':m:-x:'::':::o i FOR 1899. ! r: xtmmxwa,mvnwwmwiBV(mms&SinmMWWWKmtMm ....... ....... Si?-'---'s,lE"l's0 it.' Ji K : .M to to v 1 i I'M 1-M Address 1 to .' 'VjljjMl!iiiiittj8litfcftfaiiMiiii f'QL, Tlie Coconino Sun PUBtlSHEDEVERY SATURDAY. .. ,. , . Subscription Reduced to S2.00 'PER YEAR. r --br Printed all at home. ' rniifntitci nil flli lfiP!!ll linu' '. t y....... .... ...... -ti Has the largest circulation of any paper in the county. j - vTvJAa'v C. M. FUNSTON, Editor and Proprietor, Flagstaff, A rixonu. '....;.". IV M i'.'i i.:., I... 4 ift !X '".... .
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 February 1899
I mwjF'r1'-fS-"ni sagryy.ftBPB-Mg vw5ftBaqg gj Cfje Coconino Sun. Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, PKHKUAUY 4, 18 W. J T. . JtlOJfDAN, Muwrrr Af FlOtDAN. Snirury ! . j4 .F.V.SISSQN Tntturtr. ,. 5 iv nil. m "sn , " i- jj LUMBER AND TIMBER j f company, i J MtnuUelurcr of -' .S't i Native Pine Lumber, 1; Props, Stulls, Boxes, Lath, i Piling, Shingles, 5 1; Ties; Lagging. Sash and Doors. i; , , , Flagstaff, Arizona, NO. 2.
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 February 1899
THE COCONIXO SUN. ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, t FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. . !&' M A .&&; 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 out Arizona, and invite your Banking Business upon Liberal and Conservative terms. T. J. POLLOCK, President T. POLLOCK, Cashier. C. H. EDWARDS, Assistant Cashier. in , a milligan, "-', MANUrACTURCR OF Biick and Lime, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER -. Estimates Made on any kind of Stone or Brick Work. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Flagstaff Precinct. LIQUOR STORE V JULIUS AUBIHEAU. I DCALC IN f C FINE i- . " S WINES, WHISKIES I LIQUORS CIGARS , C Quietest pltcc in town. J i 5 No gtmbliog Mowed. L Family Trade Solicited. S
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 February 1899
Et?c Coconino Sun. Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, FEBRUARY 4, 1899. No. t& A I HORSELESS CARRIAGES To be Tried on Our Mountain Roads. Santa Fe Railroad Contracts for Nine Horse less Carriages to be Used Between Flag' staff and the Grand Canyon of the Colorado. The contract for the horseless car riages to be operated by the Santa Fe road between Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon calls for three large coaches, to cost W,000 each, and six smaller ones. These will be constructed by the Everette King Alanufacturingcompany of Chicago. The vehicles are to be used in trans porting sightseers from the Santa Fe station at FlagstatT to the Grand Can yon of the Colorado river. The first of the three larger automo biles is now under construction at the machine shops of the Everett-King company, 273-27.') Canal street. The work is under the immediate supervis ion of A. W. King, the designer, whine trackless engines will, he claims, ascend the steep mountain grades with the greatest ease. The body of the c...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 February 1899
tiSZ. THE COCONINO SUN. & ,V 'jr.;- I A ' LV- "W 'V 7. ST? 5 .1 DOWN IN KANE. Stock RaUert Would Like to Have the "Ariroiu Strip." Hon. Joseph K. Robinson, who hails from Kimul), Kano county, and who has the reputation of being tlio strong est MeKinlov republican in southern Umh, says that his constituents ure milled ns a Btnte anil desired to do nothing that raiht in any way com promise their work to that end. The people from Arizona willingly admit that It Is ours geographically. We can get to it and they cannot, besides It Is a rendezvous for thieve and has almost depleted the treasury of Kane county in the attempt to convict them. imply uuu iHinircunu. ,1Ia CATTLE BALE. "Our stock raising brings us the' T1uro ire nn.bablv fifteen thousand money that we get," said he, "afford- ( he(ul ()f caullJ from Kano ,.untv OII tllu lug us nearly all of our revenue. This Al.lzomi strip at this time. The cattle business ha been strong and prollta- , , entovliiL' a irood deal of a i -----....
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 February 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. X fo X- ARIZONA SOLONS. The Memorial to Congress in Regard to J Sheep Grazing in the Forest Reserve Passed Both Houses. Tho legislature returned thoir labors Monday, after a four days' recess, all tho members being present. ' Mr. Donau Introduced a memorial to congress ut the request of the Tucson ' board of trade on tho subject of the ' Pima county narrow gauge railroad i bonds. The memorial requests tho re-' peal of the extension of the funding' law under which the Pima county bonds were legalized. It allege that the entire scheme of tho issuance of the , bonds was fraudulent. It furthcrstates that the memorial of tho Eighteenth I legislative assembly was nut intended . to apply to these bonds and prays that the said legislation bo repealed. The memorial nan passed. The bill changing the ago of consent !' from 14 to 1!J years was passed. V. S. Adams, the member from Yavapai county, insisted in presenting joint resolutlonssendlng congratulatory messages to senator...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 February 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. ! ,-r -,' k ' w it' COCONINO ROADS. Report of Overseer Kinsey of Work Done in District One and Three. Perhaps your readers may bo Inter ested enough to road the following re port of road work in districts number one and three for 1893. They include tho county raid leaving Flugstuff south und west. The Tonto Basin road is 85 miles in length and was repaired by removing loose and solid rocks, cross drained ,whero needed, log und trees removed and twelve miles was worked live times, and forty miles twice, making a totul on Basin road or 224 miles. The Verde road is 112 miles long. Eight mile was worked live time, four miles threo times, und another four miles twice, sixteen miles worked once. Miles worked on Verdoroad, "0. Rogers Lake road, two miles worked four times, eight miles worked twice and seven miles worked once, being 31 miles worked on mid road. B.llemont and Challender road is 24 miles long. A nix mile section threo times, six more worked twice, lust twelv...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 February 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. HEAD END COLLISION. krMMmwmwmt: X Four Men Injured in a Freight Train Wreck Five Miles East ol Flagstaff. About 1 o'clock Monday morning five miles cast of here, a collision oc curred between a light engine going east and a double-header freight train west-bound. Light engine, No. 74, in charge of F. M. Lcavitt, engineer, and W. T. Fisher, flremun, and they were only slightly injured. The engineer of No. 136, Ed. D. Sowers, had his ankle broken and back bruised. R. 13. Curies, llreman, was badly shaken up. H. V. Fuller, of engine No. 71?, had his bick burned and legs badly bruised. ,Geo. D. Giles, the llreman, had his head and left hip badly bruised. Frank H. Pike, brakeman, had hiarigh; knee and hand badly bruised. The Injured men were taken to Albuquerque hospital on No. 2 and were accompanied by Dr. Brannen, the company physician. All the men wcro hurt by jumping from their engines. Engineer Sowers jumped out of the cab window, and all would have been killed had...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 February 1899
. THE COCONINO SUN. he QZoconlxxo gwm Entered In the I'ostofflce at Flagstaff as second class matter. . . Issued every Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars a year. In advance. livery papor Is stopped at the expiration or the time paid (or C M. FUNSTON, Editor. Flagstaff, Satuhday, Feu. 4, 1899. The Eagan court' martial returned a verdict of guilty of nil the ehnrges and the matter is now in the hand:) of the president. The defense was beautiful ly clear. Eagan meant what he fait), but he didn't mean what he meant. ON tha eighteenth ballot Wm. A , Clark, the copper klug and multi-mil uonatre, acinocratio candidate, was elected senator by the Montana legis lature. Twelve of the sixteen repub licans made the election of Clark possible. The experiment of tho Santa Fe in placing automobiles on the stage lino between Flagstaff and the Grand Can yon will bo watched with interest, and should the automobiles prove a success they will bo the coming mode of travel in Arizona. the prospect...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 February 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. X fc! ,V K operating Its own water works was de feated by the latter class of citizens. The city that progresses in these days is the one that owns and operates its own water system. Maximo Gomez, the Cuban com manping genera), has demanded nearly $00,000,000 from the United States, and refuses to disband the "army" until the money Is paid. He repudiated the arrangement made by Callxto Garcia, who came to Washington with authori ty from Gomez to provide for the re turn of the Cubans to their pursuits, and whosa work was barely accom plished before his Midden death, De cember 11. RECOMMENDATIONS. The attention of our readers is called to an article published on another page in this issue headed "Down in Kane." It Is evident that the strip of country north of the Colorado is not the barren,. ujserieu spot unit our umn menus tried to make us believe it was. On tho other hand It Is a fine grazing sec tion and ulso contains many acres of fine timber as well as valuable ...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 February 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. JWVWWVWWVWWVWVWV BRIEF LOCALS. J twwwwwwwwwwwwv 4 Sathkoay, Feuhuaky 4, 1899. ifarry HIbben Is at Tuba City this week. E. M. Doe and wife left Monday for a stay of soveral weeks in Phoenix. Mrs. P. G. Cornish, of Albuquerque, Is visiting' relatives hero. Jas. A. Pitts, the' leading merchant of Ash Fork, spent Saturday here. Don't forget the entertainment at Babbitt's hull on February Hth. Mrs. A. M. Conard, or Williams spent several days hero visiting friends. Mrs. R. A. Bronson and children left Wednesday for a two months' stay In Los Angeles. C. J. Spellmiro returned Thursday from a month's visit to Kansas City and St. Louis. B. F. Alsop, who was on his way from Kansas to Prcsoott, stopped over hero on Tuesday. Thursday was a regular winter day. The wind blew und the air was filled with drifting snow. J. A. Maurer and family have moved Into their now briek cottage opposite the Etnoi son school. Mrs. T. S. Bunch left Thursday for Phoenix to remain until the 'closo...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 February 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. Jt 1 1 i loft this morning for E. S. Clark Phoenix. Do not pay fancy prices for new gloves when you can get them at John Sanderson's at right prices. Save your nickels and buv fresh home-made candy on the evening of the 14th at Babbitt's hall, sold by the ladies of the M. E. Church. '. L. H. Tolfree, the landlord of the New Bank hotel, Informs the Son re porter that the annex to the hotel will bo built and work will be commenced as soon as the weather will permit. The railroad company has notified all the consumers that it will not fur nish water to anyone within the cor porate limits of the town. All desiring water must obtain it from the town in the future. The ladies of the M. E. Church are working hard to make their entertain ment on Febru iry 14lh a success. They would like the patronage of all. Pro ceeds tD pay off the indebtedness on the parsonage. See programmes next week. C. A. Bush returned Thursday from a prospecting tour In the Grand Can non of the Colo...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 February 1899
Mi THE COCONINO SUN. WEST END KICKERS Organized Into the West End Taxpayers' Improvement Association. The West, End taxpayers met on Monday evening, pursuant to adjourn ment of tho previous meeting. A largo and enthusiastic meeting vu9 held. Geo. Hltt resigned us secretary nnd Airs. John Sanderson was elected to All the vacancy. Tho ropurt of the committeo appoint ed to select ix route for tho pipe line of the" West End wuter works was, on motion, unanimously approved. It is as follows: On Cherry to Toltec, south on Tolteo to Aspen avenue, and on Atpun avenue east to Park avenue, with dead ends radiating from the main line, to the houses not reached by the main line. Mr. Woody reported that rapid progress was now being made In digging the ditch for the pipu, about seven hundred feet having been already dug. Six mon are now work ing on the chain gang digging tho ditch. The plpo for tho West End wuter works is all here ready to bo laid. Mayor Carroll was present at the meeting and, at...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 February 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. X An Open Letter to Congress. The National-American Woman Suf frage Association has sent a memorial to congress requesting that, in the qualifications for voters in the proposed constitution for the new territory of Hawaii, the word "male" be omitted. The declared intention of the United States in annexing the Hawaiian Is lands is to give them the benefits of the most advanced civilization, and it is a truism that the progrcb of civilization in every country is measured by the approach of women toward the idea of equal rights with men. Under barbarism the struggle for existence is entirety on the physical plane. The woman enters freely the arena and her fuilure or success de pends wholly upon her own strength. When life rises to the intellectual plane, public opinion is expressed in law. Justice demands that we shall not offer to women emerlng from bar . barlsm the ball and chain of a sex dis qualification while he hold out to men the crown of self-government. The ...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 February 1899
"r-ii-wffnTrTwaif!y?wv;rw,i"yti!! THE COCONINO SUN. 1. -V. m:' $ yv 4 ta $ M i , " Berry's Boodle. John Berry, the master of the Lodge of Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen at Wlnslow, has left tho country and taken with him $200 of tho lodge's money. Tho lodge gave a dance at Wlnslow last Saturday and themoney embezzled by Berry wan collected from the sale of tickets to the dance. Berry failed to put in an uppearanco at the dance, and the firemen were ob liged to talto up a collection to defray expenses. Berry leaves a wife and four children, in destitute circum stances. Ho is boliovcd to have gone to Mexico. Cold Blooded Murder. Two men were found murdered near Blackberry on Tuesday. Their throats were cut and their heads beaten to jolly with stones. The remains have been identified as those of James Dow d, a miner, and John Blake, a Mormon teamster from Utah. They disappear ed Thursday night. Three Mexicans who were in town that night, also dis appeared and it is supposed that the...