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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 15 July 1899
MSsWHHlESB THE COCONINO SUN. . ' Bishop abandoned U1h horse near the plaeo he was seen by tlm watchers. Around Tunnel Hill is a model re treat for u highwayman. If tho mur derer can manage ta keep himself sup plied with provisions and it Is be lieved that ho has had no trouble so far a regiment of soldiers could not dislodge him. Sheriff Munds and the remainder of tho posse left for their homes Wednes day, having given up tho chase, and the chances are in favor of Bishop woiking his way out and escaping the just punishment he so richly deserves. Yavapai county has offered a reward of $2.')0 for tho arrest of tho murderer. The Camp Verde Murderer. son, tho sheriff, is thoroughly ac quainted with the country also, and that he will get him if it is all possible to do bo. Jerome Mining News. Gun-shot wounds and powder burns, cuts, bruises, sprains, wounds from ruty nails, insect stings and ivy pois oning, quickly healed by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Positively pre vents blood poisoning...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 15 July 1899
5S9PM4MH THE COCONINO SUN. IV ue (Coconino gnu. Entered In the Postoftlco lit FlaifstafI us second clave matter. Issued overy Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars a your. In advance. Kvcry paper Is stopped at the expiration of the tlmo paid for C. M. FUNSTON, Editor. Flagstaff, Satuhday, July 15, '99. Rains have falleu fa nearly every portion of the county during the week. The Individual who has been Insisting' that there would bo no summer rains this year has been compelled to co:nu in out of the wet. Flagstaff is progressing in this year of our Lord, 1099. Two brick blocks are now well under way. The Normal School building is being com pleted and will bo ready for the fall term. Arrangements are being made and will bo completed hi a few days whereby two more twn-storv brick buildings will -be erected this year. The lumber mills and box factories are crowded with orders, and business men say that business Is better than it Jius been In years. Flagstaff is thriv ing and prosper...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 15 July 1899
TUB COCONINO SUN. ? h Fire Alarm Syt'cm. The Flagstaff Mill mil Telephone company Ii.ih installed for I lie town one of the most cOiiiplute tire uliirm sys tems in the Territory. An elect 10 mocliiUiic.il gong, eighteen inches in dniuiL'tur, has been placed on I lie Cit.v Hull, unil in connected with tliu central oillee of the telephone compui.i. In the future when u bluzu in discoieicd ut liny hour of the day or night, call up the central ollicj mid unuounce tlie tire, when the operator will immedi ately indicate thu district liy the use or the gong ut tlie City Hall. The call will he lupuuted nix limes. Flagstaff and Milton have been di vided into live disi i let-, ut. follows: Hoi 4-Kast of Ileal er street and south of the Santa Fo l'ucllic nillroiul track. Ilox 5-Kut of Heaver ntrect and north of the railroad track. Ilox 6-West of Heater street and north of the railroad track, i Ilox 7 South of railroad trock and west of Ile-ncr street to the Milton line. Ilox 8-Mllton. If the c...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 15 July 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. M. BRIEF LOCALS. vwwvwwvwvwwvwvw Saturday, July 15, 1899.- All the fresh fruit of the season on sale at the Second Hand Store. C. Wi Davis of Bellemont was in town Wednesday. A fine selection of Jowelry at low price at tho Second Hand Store. Max Salzraan of Williams wus u busi ness visitor in town Monday. Miss Agnes Conlon of Prescott Is visiting with friends In the city. The Second Hand storo will buy and sell any thing that can be bought or sold. Mrs. D. J. Bran non is visiting with her sister, Mrs. J. X. McDonald of Williams. The Second Hand Storo in its now locution has added largely to its va ried stock. Hon. T. S. Bunch returned Tuesday from Phoenix, where ho had been on legal business. For Rent Three-room furnished cot tage; furniture will be sold. Inquire at SUN office. District Attorney Loy attended to legal business in Prescott this week, returning Wednesday. For sale Two gentlo burros broke to ride, drive or puck. Apply to John Chlsholm at stone quarry. ...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 15 July 1899
M P, R, W E A T H E R F O R D & C 0, ft 0 ft ft l 0 THE COCONINO SUN. GENERAL Bargains For All We are not price mcctcrs, but The Original Price Makers. We don't meet prices on one article our competitors offer you, but make prices on every tiling in our stock. Your hearty sup port in the past proves to us that you are 'ready and anxious to secure bargains such as the following: 16 lbs. Granulated Sugar - $1 00 8 cans "St. Charles" Milk - 1 00 10 cans "Challenge" Milk - 100 10 cans Corn - - - - 1 00 10 cans Tomatoes - 1 00 30 bars "German Family" Soap 1 00 40 bars "Our leader" Soap - 1 00 5 lb. sack Salt - 10 1 gallon Coal Oil - - - 35 1 gallon Vinegar - 30 ' Dry Goods, Boots and ShoeSi Hats, Queensware and all goods at the same cut prices. THE ENTIRE FIRST FLOOR IS NOW OCCUPIED BY US. Increase In Business Calls for More Room. MERCHANDISE ft ft ft ft ft ft P'a ! ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft m m ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ; l
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 15 July 1899
TUB COCONINO SUN. Rev. F. Dllly la In the southern part of the Territory this week. Speaker Ashurst of Williams was in town yesterday with u bundle of law under each arm, Flagstaff Lodge, D. P. O. E., will hold a meeting in Hed Men's hall on Tuesday night, July 18. All members of the Elks are requested to be present. The Epworth League will give a social Tuesday evening, July 18, at tho residence of Daniel Wallace. Refresh ments wtll be served and a good time generally assured. All are invited to attend. One of the objects of life is to save money. You can do this by trading at the New York Store. Special offerings are now being made on all summer goods. You will find bargains every day at our store. Lee Ong Jim, the Chinaman arrested here last week for being illegally In tho country, will have a hearing before the United States court in Prescott July 23. Jim was an attache of tho Coconino Chop House. Mrs. J. Y. T. Smith, son Bertram and daughter, Miss Mary, arrived Tuesday from Pho...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 15 July 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. 5 h S. S. Bass und family of St. Louis came in Saturday morning. Mrs. Bass is a sister of Mrs. A. W. .lurden. Mr. und Mrs. Bass have gone to California, but will return soon und remain some weeks. Mr. Buss is a member of the law firm of Bass & Martin, St. Louis. A surveyor in the employ of the Santa Pe Pacific has been re-platting the section of the town south of the railroad track. It is the intention to increase the present width of the streets, 50 feet, to 80 feet, with the exception of Beaver street, which will be increased to 100 feet. ENGLISH KITCHEN, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. That Throbbing Headache. Would quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers huve proved their mutch less merit for sick und nervous head aches. They make pure blood and A. (Strong nerves and build up your health. Easy to take. Try them. Only 25 ct. Money back if not cured. Sold at the Pioneer Drug Store. Summer Excursions to the Pacific Coast. The Santa...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 15 July 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. DEATH OF MRS. MORRISON. School Superintendent's Report. '' Passes Away After a Long Illness, rounded by Her Family. Sur' Death on Sunday afternoon gently closed the even of Mrs. A. L. Slorrison lifter ii long period of suffering. Mrs. Morrison, formerly Juno Clark, was born in Troy, N. V., in 183.!. After attending the schools of that city she married Judge A. L. Morrison, in 18ol. Shortly after that Mr. and Mrs. Morri son moved to Chicago, where tlioy lived fpr many jears. They also lived at Kansas City, near St. John's, Arizona, and in 18SS came to Santa Fe. Mrs. Morrison was a devout member of the Roman Catholic church, a noble woman, a devoted wifo and a good mother. She is survived by her bereaved hu-b.md aild soven children Robert E. Morrison, of Presoott; A. I,. Morrison and John V. Morri.on, of Santa Fe; Hugh O. Morrison, "of Los Angeles: Sister M. Dulorine.of Denver: Mamie A. Morrison, of Santa Fo, and J. E. MorrUon, of Prescott. Robert and Joseph Morrison...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 15 July 1899
m V THE COCONINO SUN. Firt Paper in Arizona. A I i 4- In a letter to the Tucson Citizen Captain J. W. Tevis of Cochise county says: "I notice in the Citizen of yesterday an article taken from the Arizona Republican stating that the first newspaper printed in Arizona was in the county of Mohave. Thut Is all wrong. I say to you that the first paper was printed in Tubac when this whole territory was simply Dona Anna county. The paper was later moved to Tucson. Col. Charlie Poston knows all about it for he resided in the vicinity of Tubac at the time and the only military p:Ht that I remember was Old Fort Buchanan south east of Calharros. Now I flatter myself that I ought to know what I'm talking about for when I made my udvent into Arizona there were only 24 white residents in the whole territory, to wit: 14 in Messilla. 8 in Tucson, Col. Poston in Tubac and a gentleman by the name of White ut the Pima villages. At that time the Rio Grande ran east of the town of Messilla and all the c...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 15 July 1899
TIIK COCONINO SUN. Low Rates to the Seashore. Tho Santa Vo Route will sell cheap excursion tickets to Los Angeles, San Diego, Redoudo Ueaeh, or Santa Monica on tho following dates: July 1, 12, 22 and 20; August G, 11, ID, 20 and 30. There will bo u big crowd at tho seashore this year, especially during July and Au gust when tho N. K. A. people are there. San Diego has many attractions of bay and ocean, as well an many places' of Interest on hind. In July thev will have a big festival at T la .Miami, that, border town. California and stair will bo there and his official band wl.h brass buttons, gold lace and music. The programme will consist of u b.irbecue, bull light und Spanish games. dual nt. little Mexican Tho Governor of Lower DON'T PURCHASE A READY-MADE SUIT Which is made and finished by machinery with hundred of others of tho same stilo and pattern. Have some individuality about your attire! I can give you a perfect fitting suit, made from the finest domestic or imported goods...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 15 July 1899
TIIK COCONINO SUN. J Santa Fe Pa, R, R, Co, Condensed Time Card No. 7. In effect Juno 4, 1809. WEST. EAST. STATIONS. No. I. No. 2. 1000 p. Lv .. Chicago Ar 9 00 p. 10 60 a. Kansas City . 7 00 a. 3 Si) a. Denver.. . ft 00 p. 4 25 a. . Ln Junta .. 1150 a. 905 p. . Albuquerque. . .10 25 p. 2 25 a. .. WJngate.. . Lv 5 37 p. 255 a. .Gallup. . 5 15 p. 5 -17 n. Holbrook . 1 35 p. 7 05 a. Winslow. 12 35 p. 9 28 a. ringtail 10 37 a. 11 U ft. . Williams, ... 9 15 a. 12 30 p At Ash Fork, Lv 7 55 a. 12 35 p Lv .. Ash Fork Ar 5) a. 2 27 p. Ar Jerome Jc Lv 3 42 a. 3 10 p. . Prcscott 2 55 a. 6 45 p Congress Jc 11 17 a. 920 p Ar , I'lurnlx Lv 8 30 p. IW30 p. Lv . . Ash Fork Ar 7& a. 2 10 p. Peach Springs ..Lv 3 45 a. 3 45 p. . Kingman. . 12 50 a. 5 45 p. .The Needles 9 65 p. 7 3-1 p. . . Hlakc 8 45 p. 9 30 p. .,. ..... Ilagdad 8 15 p. 12 05 a. Daggett 3 55 p. 12 55 n ... llarstow . 3 35 p. i 1 55 a Kramer 12 10 p. ' -v . 3 53 a. ... .. MoJae 1010 a. 'il-- 8 28 a. Ar. Los Angeles 950 a. 105 p. S...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 15 July 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. LODGE DIRECTORY. o RAIIH TUIUK, NO. 8, I. O. R. M. Meets on Sleep of 6th Sun. Koch 7 Suns at 7 Runs, 30 Ilroattax. Wigwam, corner Railroad avenue and Lcroux street. Visiting tribe mem bers welcome. r. M. Hkowninu, Sachem. J. M. StMPSOS, C. ot R. F.. KUI C. of W. M OUNTAIN LODOE, NO. IS, K. OF I. Meets Masonic In Hall every Wednesday night. Visiting jnlghts are cordially Invited to attend. Louis Spkihs, C. C. C. A. Bl-sn, IC. ot R. and S. c OURT COCONINO, NO. 8SW. INDEPEND- K.NT OHDKK Or KOIir.STKlLS. Meets Tuesday nights In Mosonie Hall. Visit ing members Invited to attend the Court meet ing. F. L. 11EAI, 0. R. Louis SPlKns, Recorder. F LAGSTAFF LODGE, NO. 13, A. O. U. W. Meets eery Thursday night In Masonle Hall. Visiting members Invited to attend. T. A. RICKBU M. W. C M. Funston, Reconler. PLAOSTAFF LODOE NO. 7, F. & A. M. Regular meeting, on ilrst Satunlav or each month at F. and A. M. Hall, over City Hall. Visiting brethren Invited to attend DH. E. S. Miu.e...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 15 July 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES Outstanding Assurance December 31, 1898. ...f 987,157,134 00 Assurance applied for in 1898 198,302,017 00 Examined and declined 30,318,878 00 New Assurance Issued 108,04-3,739 00 Income 50,249,286 78 Assets December 31, 181)8! 258,3(19,208 54 Assurance Fund .$198,898,259 00 All Other Liabilities 2,100,550 27 201,058,809 27 Surplus 57,310,489 27 Paid Policy Holders in 1898 24,020,523 42 i WALTER N. PARKHURST, General Manager New Mexico and Arizona Department. ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO. A. A. FISHER, Resident Agent, - Flagstaff, Arizona. i i
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 22 July 1899
RMHlrHR93Kjv9 Cfye (Coconino Sun, Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, JULY 22, 1899. No. 26. ' T.A. tlOHDAN. Pm .Vrnl. U.J. KIOKDAN, Snnury , ' F.V. SISSON. Tmsum. , ' r , ; m j, v. J j -. ' s , i ! ! ARIZONA I LUMBER AND TIMBER I company. ;! Manufacturers of "" ' J I ""-"w , - s, ,; : . : : Native Pine Lumber -i :. ; VI; 3; Props, Stulls, Boxes, Lath, ;I I; Piling, Shingles, ;t I; Ties, Lagging. Sash and Doors. I; . Flagstaff, Arizona, : IHH'CH
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 22 July 1899
THK COCONINO SUN. 1P.., k 14?-'-':. " : :. Hl ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. 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. E. POLLOCK, Vice President C. H. EDWARDS, Cashier. CO. ROBINSON, Assistant Cashier. M M.J. WINSLOW BRICK T-. KENNEDY )jf From a Single Brick To a Train Load For Prices and Information. Address M. J. KENNEDY. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, FLAGSTAFF. - ARIZONA. sT LIQUOR STORE JULIUS AUBINEAU. f OCALCR IN C FINE WINES, WHISKIES LIQUORS-CIGARS Quietest place in town. No gambling allowed. ? 5 Family Trade Solicited. wanfivjJ1 '"" i
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jk Cfye Coconino Sun. i 5 V. Vol. XVI. FLAGSTAFF, JULY 22, 1899. No. 26 DANGEROUS ADVENTURE yff. F. Ruisell Lott in the Colorado River T. A. Fleming Hat a Narrow Escape. An accident that has cast u gloom over tlio people of tills community; un accident thut Is only another proof of the uwf illness of tho Colorado river in the Grand Cunon, was the loss of Willara Russell In the river lust Sun day. Russell was ti member of the Clifford party, who left here last week In charge of Messrs. Henry Sellers, T. A. and George Fleming. Tho party took along a canvas boat and reached the river proper hist Sun day eveutng about 5 o'clock. Mr. iUussell was taken along as canoe man and when they reached the river tho boat was prepired, Mr. T. A. Fleming together with Mr. Uussell attempting tho dangerous feat of trying to cross the river. In Mr. Fleming's version ho sujs: "I noticed the moment that Russell got Into the boat that ho was not an exper ienced canoe-man, and us he sat. down about midway ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 22 July 1899
U:9US THE COCONINO SUN. Confesses a Crime. irv ?vt No if lip- ?& "':' - i- vM&u The Arizona Republican is authority for tho statement that evidence has been discovered showing that Jack Echols, sentenced in 1893 to ten j ears' imprisonment at Yuma for stago rob bery, committed near Prescott, is an Innocent man. A man recently sent to Yuma has confessed to the robbery. This man went to Eohol's cabin, bor lowcd his shoes and his rlllo and tore olT cloth to make a mask and then went out, held up tho stago and returned the rillo and shoes to the cabin. Tho traileis trailed the shoes to the cabin, found them there, also the cloth from which tho mask was torn, and Kehols was convicted. A Night of Terror. Awful auxioty was felt fur tho Idow of tho brave General Hurnh.uu of Mi chais, Me., u lien the doctors said sho could not 11 o till morning, writes Mr. S. II. Lincoln, who attended her that fearful night. All thought sho must soon die of Pneumonia, but sho begged for Dr. King's Ne...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 22 July 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. l: !? & A Phoenix Storm. The house of Thomas D. Bnnett at 012 North SecQiid avenue, was de stroyed by lightning Wednesday night. The stroke was not direct but the cur rent ran in on an electric wire. This happened at the time of the severest shock, which seemed to shake thu whole town and strike in a dozen places. Almost Instantly the northwestern sky was lit up and in ten minutes the house was wholly dctroyed with Its contents. The building was a hand somo brick cottage. No member of the family was injured by the shock. Ten minutes later the northwest corner of the Hotel Adams was struck and several bricks were knocked to the ground. A dozen people wero leaning! against thu iron area rails on thu I north side of the building, and all were j shocked. One lady was prostrated und was carried Into the drugstore where ji'ho was revived. A traveling man was sleeping In u room near the place where the building was struck. Fie was turned over in bed and having been aw...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 22 July 1899
THE COCONINO SUN. Board of Supervisors. ENGLISH KITCHEN, $ OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. 0 II. W. Cone, sanitary ofiicer Williams I Jones & Jones, printing .. Gcorco Hoxworth, treasurer's safary N. O. Larton, probate Judge J. C. I'helan. supervisor J. II. Jones, supervisor C, A. Oreenlnw, supervisor- , J. F. Han Us, hospital A. Q. Hounscvlllc, medical attendance. T. E. Pulllnm, sal-try, cto. .. . ... A. M. Conanl, wood, pesthouso Wms 1). M. Francis , . C. F. Webber & Co , supplies W. S. Robin win, county payslet.in A. L. Jt T. Co , supplies . ...... II. W. Cone, constable's fees . Ous D, FruedenberSt road work . Jos. Johnston, Justice's fe"n ft. U. Youni, prlntln? Frank Uodriuues, Interpreter. C. A. Keller, court commissioner S cjlnaw Lumber Co Western Union Tele jrapli Co. G. Taylo, Interpreter J. S. Ilutton, burying pauper . .., llibbltt Ilros.. supplies .. i:. S. Miller, professional services K. M. Doe, supremo court eicicne- . P. FalrshlU, sherlXs rees and salary nssessor . J. P. ...