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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 February 1898
Ba!UMsS3i.4MS.iS in THK COCOMNO SUX. si smash-up unci liuil sent for u cab and pillows to bring him home. I Iwlii've this to lw u pioneer ease on the simple proiwsition of liability for telling a malicious lie which causes shock or sickness, although somewhat similar cases have previously arisen. The fate of this ease in thu higher courts will Ik) watched with interest. In n sketch of his life in the Green Hag for .July, 18!7, Attorney General MeKenna, now associate justice of the United States supremo court, is repre sented as having once remarked to a friend: "I tried to vindicate what learning I had localise my county of Solona (California) liore the revered name of Solon, the lawgiver who ameliorated the harsh statutes of Draco." The name of the county is not "Sol ona'" and is not derived from S'jlon, but is ''Solano." a Spanish word meaning "Kust Wind." It does not appear how the wind got into this somewhat in Hated anecdote, but it is easily let out. The pjwer of u noury publi...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 February 1898
I 4 i I. F TIIK COCOXINO SUN. Arizona Press Association. Railroad schemes to open up lm- Tho annual meeting of the Arbona l"vl communication with the kton- Press association is herobv culled to dike can lie counted b doens. lho meet In Tucson, in accordance with a most advauced is that backed by the resolution adopted at its last annual Canadian gpvernment, to extend from session, on Fridav and Saturday, March Canadian Pacific railroad to the 11 and 12, IfeiiS. A full attendance or ' end of Dike Teslin. Work will members is earnestly requested, and W" thin week on the lull 'miles of tho preseneo of tho-.o who are eligible 'ran, neeueu uj p "l- '" '"""-. for membership, et not member is 1.01H) miles long from Victoria to Da - son. and all by water except this one stretch of railway, whose construction will beeasv. The Canadian contractors pro.nlse to have the line open b June first. MARRIED. U, IHUH. Mr. ltlehard Honnber and Miss Edith M. I.jnnon, Ilev. C. 1. Corser officiating. also...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 February 1898
)WMtrFJittjr'',,"-t-"'-:s,-'aMi1-B'-'t'J" Bfcu frjfaawrtiiwnwr.miH, I THK COCONINO SUN. ANNOUNCEMENTS. rail TOWN CI.KllK. I hereby announce miself as a candidate fur the office of town clerk. Miuject to the daclslnn ( the roterx at the polls at the election to be behl on Monday, April 4, IW. Thomah A. HlCKKI. FOIl TOWN MAItSIIAI. The undersiirned hereby announce himself as n candidate for the office of town murshul. sub ject to the decision of the loters at the election to bo held on Monday, April I. IK9K, for the elec tion of town offlcers. John M. Ci.aiik. TO TIIK VOTKIIS OF FLAGSTAFF. In announcing myself in a candidate for tlty clerk, cxpccttiiir to be Nhut out In the race, 1 would bo plea eri to know where I stand. If jou think I can do your work properly, vote for me. Should vou think me Incompetent. snow me under- Induce your friends who are unariualnt ed with me to vote for the other fellow. I am uwultlmt your plej iure. J. M. Simpson. FOIl SUI'KIIVISOK OK STUKKTS. I hereby ...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 February 1898
I THK COCOJJINO SUN. ARTICLES 11.11, Ljons, C. K. OF INCORPORATION. Know All Men by These lreents; That we. the undersigned, I). 11. Lons, C K. Lons unil II. G. Wolrult, nil of Chicago, Cook county, Illinois, ilo hereby associate our-ehes together s a body corporate In accordance with tho pro visions of Title 12, diaper 2, of the Revised Statutes of tho Territory of Arizona, and do hereby declare and set forth the following arti cles of Incorporation: AiiiKi.1: I. The names of the corporators art I). 11. Lyons, C. K. Lyons and 11. (1. Wolrolt: the name of the corporation Is inelMFKMAl.MiNiMi Company, and Its principal place of trausnctluu business Is Williams, Arizona, though It may have brunch ofttciBs In other cities and stales. AIITIC'I.K II. The general nature of the business proposed to bo transacted Is contained In the follow Inst powers of the corporation, lowtt. To Ixmd, lease, purchase and sell, or In any lawful man ner whatsoeier to acquire real estate, mining property, mi...
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 February 1898
V, l THK COrON'IN'O SUN. FLAGSTAFF 1 ir f W 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 Yalue, Information Furnished. To tlie Touiiim respecting scenic points of Interest, how to reach them, and cost of transportation and accom modations. To the (Ikii.iii-skkh(, the elimatle intliience on the hiiinan system. To the I.nvksiou oit Si'Ki'ci.MDii.tlie various openings to get large returns from eapititl, both limited and unlimited. To the Homk-skkkhj, the various opportunities and un limited possibilities of farming in this section. Prices of horses, rattle, sheep anil hogs. Aetual statistics of our resource!, such ns water, coal, lumber, building stone, sand, lime, brick, copper mines, silver anil gold mines, asbestos, water storage for irriga tion and electrical possibilities. We handle on commission all kinds of property and have now fo...
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 February 1898
$ I i 1 I Hi k ?. itt fjp" m9m MrsafmmauimsimBafm THi: (OCONIXO SUN. $ What is the Good $ K. of good printing? You can probably answer (bat question in a minute when j you compare good printing with poor. You know the satisfaction of sundinj; out printed matter that i neat, ship- hi shape and up-to-date in appearance.1 You know how it imprest's you when (Hf . . .. you receive it trout some one else. It & .lias- the .-ante eH'ect on your customer.-. fit lii't me show you what can he done by a i$ judicious admixture of brain and type, (m Let me help vou with vour nrintiitir. C. M. FUNSTON,- i ,. Flagstaff, Arizona S9SS5i msmmmmm itfi M
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 February 1898
rmr vv-r ft"- i "K'5ri' TIIK COCON'INO SUX. , C MILLIGAN, B. HOCK, MANUFACTURE Or Brick and Lime, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Estimates Made on any kind of Stone or Brick Work. . JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, 0r Flagstaff Preeinct. Stationery and' News Stand. FINE CIGARS, Domestic and Havana. Fresh Fruits and Confectionery. RHIUROHD AVENUE. Flagstaff Stenographic Institute. Stenography and Typcwrltlnc at Short Notice. Flacst Work. Moderate Rates. Law work a Specialty. BABBITT BUILDING, FLAGSTAFF, A. T. James P. McCovern. Instructor. Munson's Famous System of Shorthand Taught by New Methods. Si tit faction Cuanateei. Fire Ycirt Prtetical Experience. TERMS: $15.00 per quarter, in advance. Collections Made la all Parts of Arizona. Affidavits. AireementJ. Bonds. Deeds. Leases. Mortmts, Wills and Letal papers of all kinds carefully drawn. - NOTARY PUBLIC. TELEPHONE NO. 35. , V SE555!73335f!5s?
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 12 February 1898
.? w 0 0 0 0 ft i ft 0 10 0 ft 0 0. 0 ft a 0 W fi . r m$mm,mw tr'V V- V 0)C- TUU COCONINO SUN. Coconino Sun. Published at Flagstaff, Arizona, Every Saturday week. It will contain Illustrations of a local character each issue. It will gather the news of Coconino County and the Territory. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE,f co cr PER YEAR- 3ZDU STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. CM. W FUNSTON, T Publisher. O . . Cr SS:fcfc The Sun will appear in Magazine form each JJ? "of aav If will s-tari Till ie:ittre rtf a lN:kl . iragiTr77iMli . ft 0 0 h w'cB A?JI 0 1 to to 0 to to 0 0 0 0 0 to to 0 to 0 to to V
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 February 1898
WXlPEPaOtA 7 . TT 7 Vol.. XV. r I "USt I fy Coconino Sim. FLAGSTAFF, FKUKUAKY 1!, 1!8. Arizona Lumber and Timber Co T. A. flOfDAN. Mtiustr. . M. I. StOtDAN. Sccrtury. J F r SISSON. Tmtunr 5 i THE I Mimufiu'liirer uml DruU'r In ..PINE LUMBER... SURFACED MATCHED AND GROOVED, Flooring, Ceiling:, Siding:, Rustic, Mouldings, Shingles.f- Lath, Boxes, Sash and Doors, Bridge and Mining Timbers, Piling, Stulls, Props, Lagging, SAWED. CROSS-TIES I HEWN. T3Uooff !3f AM'rfa 1 : . No. 4.
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 February 1898
r TIIK t'OCONIXO srx. Ill 4 i " KA 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, B. N. FREEMAN, President T. E POLLOCK, Vice 'President 1 SYKES BROS.,! MACHINISTS and ' : MENDERS V of any old thing. HYKICS HLOCK. HOXWORTH & FRIEDLEIN Arc Mill in tin l.iumiei-n of TinningpRlunibing Tin Roofing a Specialty. . AH kinds of Tinwork and Plumbing done in a firat class manner. Work from along the line of the Santa Fe Pacific Railroad Solicited FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA, f ! 5 rrr4f,:v-";"' "- ;;x. ! Flagstaff, Arizona. F
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 February 1898
jammmmmmmmmmmmm iaStaabsg-'3" fye Coconino Sun. Vol.. XV. FLAGSTAFF, FKBRUAKY lit, 1898. NO. 4. WONDERFUL CAVES OF THE GRAND CANYON OF THE COLO RADO RIVER. Their Accldentil Dlscovery-The Beauty the Interior or the Cives Described by a Visitor. of The eaves of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado river have attracted almost aw much attention as the Grand Canyon, with its wonderful scenery. The cave were discovered in 181MI. To a c(K)k named Joseph Gildner. em ployed in the mining camp of Messrs. Cameron it Berry in the Grand Canyon of the Colorado river belongs the honor of discovering what savants had looked for in vain, although they had every reason to presume that what they sought was in existence, and what geologists have long desired' to find, in the hope that some further light might be thrown upon some matters connected with the geological forma tion of the Grand Canyon, which hith erto could only be conjectured. It has long been contended that If caves could only bo discovered s...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 February 1898
WSB)M((W( t9tt TIIK COCONINO SUN. reflection from these as tho light of candles or torches is thrown on them is dazzling in its brilliunc.v. Hut while tho glance is momentarily riveted on the scene hero exposed to view, atten tion is almost insensibly dr.iwn to tho floor beneath. There u view is pre sented that beggars description. At llrst glance it would seem that the lot tom of the Indian ocean had been sud denly transplanted for tho beneilt of the visitors to this cave. Mountain after mountain of coral, pink and white a pear in rapid succession, while sea anemones of every conceivable hue and color seem to float around in endless variety. There are parterres and rows of flowers arranged in such order that it would put any landscape painter to the blush, while tho bowers und grot toes that abound might have served as a resting place for Queen Mab and her fairy satellites. Tho second cave is about tho same dimensions as tho first, but much higher, and tho columns of stalaetitj are...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 February 1898
V TlIK COCONINO Sl'N. & A peculiar feature aljoiit this caw is tlutt whereas most of thu stalactite Is formed by wlilto limestone, thete is none of that substance now forming the Minlne Convention. The following were the committee selected to arrange details in their restiectivo counties relative to the rock, the upper strata lieing combed selection of accredited delegates to the of the red limestone, and it will lie a minIn convention to Ihj held at l'hu r.ucstion for geologists to determine I)lX March -4: what erioil of time has elapsed since Apache John T. Lessuer, John this stalactite, whiter than alabaster, Bibbv, G. Becker, was formed. Moreover, everything in Coconino Ilalph H. Cameron, Max the cave at the present time id as drj Salman, Gwynn Dennis. as tinder, and it would seem as if cen- Coelilso-Ben Williams, John Broek turies had elapsed since an.v water per- Inalll George H. Fitts. eolated through. A bathioom there is Graham E. C. Mills, James Colqu of enormous dimens...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 February 1898
Kwi (tests' mjasjmmvfrtmmmmmg r i a T11K COCONINO SUN. An Unprecedented Success. A ixisso ml esse! The stutement that amateur surpasses professional effort in ii drumutie sense in sometimes, though rarely, true; mid yet, if we were to say that the production of "A Gilded Fool" by the Flagstaff Dramatic circle on the 12th instant was the most successful entertainment, viewed from either a professional or an amateur standio!nt. ever enjoyed by the citizens of Flag stuff, who would nay us nay' We will venture a prediction: Those who wit nessed the iHjrformanee commiserated the unhappy fate- not of the author, for he was to be congratulated on hav ing written a iowerful play: not of the jierforaiei s, for they had good parts to plaj and plajed them well; not of the audience, for they had wisely availed themselves of a too rare opjiortunity of sharing the sorrows and jo.s of f'haun cey Short: but, as you looked around at the well tilled house and found from ,our programme that you were w...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 February 1898
' & TIIK COCO.MXO SUN. A Couple Of Fires. Saunders. Hob Meyer is fatally scalded. Monday morning shortly after " rl'HO inxlles were tulcen to Barstow. o'clock Hinoko was been issuing from '" colliding trains were the west the second story of Mrs. Shepierd's hound passenger train No. 1 and an hoarding house in Milton. The Milton east-lound freight. None of the pas flre brigade was soon at work with a sengers were injured. The collision good stream of water and the spread of occurred about 2:.'H) in the morning, the Humes was stopped with the burn- w'n the passengers were usleep. ing off of a portion of the roof. The lire is supjxwed to have originated from T0Wn CouncU- a lighted cigarette carelessly thrown A reu,1,r meeting of the town coun away. ' c" WUM hel& on Monday, February 14. On Wednesday afternoon about fi Tluj nlll.vor Counctlmen Babbitt, o'clock fire was "discovered in the sec- Grlm' Koller; K. S. Chirk, town attoi ond story of the residcneo of A. H. nei'' an(1 tho...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 February 1898
) ,r THK COCONINO SUN. THE BATTLESHIP MAINE. Blown Up In the Harbor at Havana. On Tuesday night ut 9:30 tho battle ship Muine wuh blown up in the harbor ut Havuna. So far as can be learned the explosion took place in the maga zine used for the storage of gun cotton for making torpedoes in the forward .irt of the Hhip. Of the .'154 ofHccnt and men on loard only !)0 are known to be saved. The total number of missing Is 258. Twenty four olllcers and eighteen of the crew were uninjured. The Maine wan a battleship of the second clitMi and was regarded as one of the best ships in tho new navy. She was built at the Brooklyn navy yard, and was :J18 feet long, 57 feet broad, 21.0 feet mean draught, and 0082 tons displacement. She had two 10-inch vertical turrets and two military masts and her motive power was furnished by twin screws, with triple expansion engines, having a maximum power of 1)293, caable of making a speed of 17.8 knots. She carried four 10-inch and six 0-Inch breech-loading ...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 February 1898
'mm THK COCONINO SUN. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. Knteml In thu I'ostonico al KlaiMan" as scroiid- rlasi matter. Issued ecrjr Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars and llfty cents a jrcur. In advance. Every paper Is stopped at the expiration of the time paid (or. C M, FUNSTON, Editor. FLAGSTAFF, FEBRUARY 111, 181)8. official circle. Minuter do Lome did not (lon.v wrltintr the letter, and has 1h.'oii row lied by Spain. Los Angeles will probably hold her annual fiesta in April. Nearly 012,001) of the $10,000 required for ths exjienses of this grand spring carnival has been raised. The people of Yuma want a now school house, and an election will be held on thu 2ith instant at which thu proposition will In; submitted of issuing bonds in this amount of $10,000 for the purpose of erecting a school house. An editor in California sarcastically remarks that he wants to buy a sack of Hour, a pair of shoes and a felt hat, and that he Is ready to receive the lowest bid for the same. He says that so...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 February 1898
THK COCONINO SUN. merchants in Savannah endorsed Dc vuaux for apiointmcnt as collector of customs ut Brunswick, Ga. Now they are put in the position of objecting to take an otticial they are willing to endorse for another town. The trouble with most joung men is that they do not understand the dignity of manual lalwr. They do not realize that honors and fortune may be more readily realized outside of the so-called learned professions than in them, and that it is just as honorable to swing a hammer or hold a plow as it is to make a speeeli in court or amputate a limb, the lesson young men should be taught as early as osslhe is that it is not so much what a man does for a living as It is how he does it, and that manual lalxir is as honorable as anv other. RELIGIOUS LIBERTY. i' j In a recent issue of the War Cry, JW General Booth-Tucker, commander of JJj the Salvation Army forces in America, concerning his conviction for keeping a disorderly house in New York City, says editorially: "T...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 February 1898
Tin-: Coconino sun. J! BRIEF LOCALS. I Clark IHtt is now located In Tenipe. Right Inches of snow fell Thursday night. C. H. Sohulz camo in from Coconino Basin yesterday. Mr. K. L. Claneey and Miss Mary Verseholden were married in St. Marys, Kans., on the 14th instant. The happy couple arrived here Thursday and will make their home in Flagstaff. TllK Sun extends congratulations. It is rejorted that Messrs. Cameron and Berry have been offered a hand some sum for their mine in the Grand Canyon of .the Colorado river. The sale is to include the trail and their uauoiu nros. smppeu oou ,iea ... ,10td on lh(. rlm of th(J bMmm, cattle from Angell to Kansas this week. , Preaching at the Methodist church A meeting of the board of supervisors tomoprow mornng. Subject of alo has been called for Monday, February (Tho u. of L,fu VraU -'8t" George will conduct a sacred song Alfred Averyt has sold an interest in 8ervlee in the evening at ,M) o'clock. his business at Big Bug to G. M. Gar rett. Proba...