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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 December 1898
THE COCONINO SUN. THE NEWS AT FLAGSTAFF. LOOKING AT THE PIMA MINES. V A Vhitor From the Skylight City Tilki Up the City In Tucton. Dr. D. .). Dtannen of Flanstiiff in In Tucson on it visit to hl In-other, Phil lirnnnen or L. Zeckendorf &i'o. Tlie doctor came, .i)s the Star, more espe cially to hcu thu baby, of which hu is I thu proud uncle. Dr. Uraiinen iscotmid- ered the lead I ur physician ami suieon of northern Arizona. He ha been u leading spirit In Flajjsiafr, and ut the same tltnu has established himself In pruclh'u, professional teput.ition an well un llnaiieiallv. The doctor mjn Fl.ij,rxtatT continuum to move uloiitr n-inn-i-i(iiHl . The new i-aw mill, which I- i-cpl.iciii)? the one dcstioycd In lire, will be the most com plete west of thu Itockics. The cit is puiliiij,' in a hljr water plain and the main Is laid to within four unlet of town. I i in now In town. El). The hiipplyof water is Inexhaustible. It in u jfiiMt mountain spiln, fed from the evel liiHtinjr Hiiowh o...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 December 1898
,'aasss!asxst&SSSSissi!!3K!Sl Il.JNU THE COCONINO SUN. VWWWtWMWWW BRIEF LOCALS. Saturday, Dkcemuek U, 18i. J. O. Verkamp is now In Cincinnati, where lie will upend the winter. Seven stations along the lino of the ronil have sent heie for vaccine (mints. S.im Uluek in now on the duj watch. He will assist Marshal Woody in col lecting taxes. Mr. und Mrs. Jo-oph Fisher left thin week for Avalou, Tex., where they will poud the. winter. W. J. Maeauley of Denver arrived in the city jesturdu) und will leave for thu west tomorrow. Charles McGonigle, wlio has been on thu hick list for several weeks, lert for Phoenix Wednesduj. For u Xmas present notliiiiK is more appropiiato than a nice piece of furni ture. Wo have it at Cash Store. A. E. Frankforter, who lias been in the southern part of the territory for some weeks, icturned to the city Mon da. Mm. N. Greenleaf and daughter Cur dle left Mondaj for Carthago, III., where they will visit relatives during the winter. Leave nur order tit Col...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 December 1898
THE COCONINO SUN. Superintendent II. K. McDonald of I thu Grand Can) on eopHr mines say si thu riillroud from Williams to the can yon will Ikj completed by the Urs of I next April. Hi company will erect two hotels next season, one at the head J of the Bright Angel Trail und the other i ut the Indian Gardens in the c.myon. K. S. Chirk returned from Globe Sun day, where he had been to assist For- ter Fleming, district attorney of Gila j county, In the prosecution of Charles j Edwards, who Is charged with the nun- j dcr of Charles Cadotte. The cane U j el. for trial in thodistrictcourt during ( tin- liil week In .lanuiiry. INMt. and Mr. i Clark will assist In the proecutinn. ' Jeremiah Dowley of Willlaum war. adjudged Insane before 1'rohate Judge i Iiytou on Tuesday and on Wednesday he was taken to the Iiii.hh' asylum at Phoenix by Deputy Sheriff Hush. Donley win- an inmate of the iny'lum for several yearn and wan discharged us cured iiUuit a year ago. He is now wiicm) than eier. and w...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 December 1898
Ei Wfia tejKj THE COCONINO SUN. Santa Fe Pa. R. R, Co, Condentad Time Card No. 4. tin effect Not ember 23, 1PM. J LODGE DIRECTORY. WIRT. VTF.HT. No. 1. No.S. 10 110 p. 8 W p. I II 'A) a. 1)35 a. 3 'JO 11. 4 3U u. 4 Si II. II HI ll. V(B p. II iu II. 3 2tl a. . j u. 4-rt p. 5 45 a. . . 7 0S u. 7 SS p. 30 a. .' p. 11 IS a. II IU p. !i2! '- " 12 35 p. 5 '.T p. . 3 10 p.. .. 8 45 p. . V3J p. 130 p. I2lf ll. 203 p. 3 30 p. 3 40 p. 6 4 p. 10 35 p. 7 IA p. t 15 p. IS 15 1 sit n. 30 a. 2 til n. 3 IS a. 8 30 Uj I .Ml p. I IS p 6 45 pj I. Chicago A Kansas Lit) Denver Lu Junta AlbUiUeriUO Wlngate (lallup llolbrook Wlnsiow Flagstaff Williams Ash Fork I. Ash Kork A A Jerome Jo 1. li escott Congress Jc. Pha-nlx L AhIi Kork A Peach Springs K Ingman Tbo Needles Hlake Uagdad Daggett Han-low Kramer Mojme Los Angeles Sun Diego San Francisco QKAIUI TWIIE, NO. 8, L O. K. M. Meet 'in Sleep of "tta Sun. Each A Sunn at 7 liuno, 20 Hreaths. Wigwam, corner ltallroad ..,.... a r . .., ma, Vlvlllni. I rl hn mji...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 December 1898
THE COCONINO SUN. I EDUCATIONAL PAGE. I wwvvwwwwwvwwvwv KDITKD UV MALVKU.V DIliMICK. Misses Edwards unci Miller and Mr. Dimmick will intend thu joint County Teachers' Institute of Maricopa, Yava pai, Coconino, Plum and Pinal coun ties, and thu Territorial Tcicbent' as sociation to bu held in Phoenix next week. Minn Miller went to I'll on ix to day and Miss Edwards and Mr. Dim inlek will Kit tomoriow. Vacation. School closed jes tti day for a period of two week. Next week In institute week, which will In- followed by a week vacation. The schools will re open Monday, January It, 189'!. Teachers' Institute. The program of the .lolnt Teachers' institute will no dttilit prove tn be a very interesting one. The institute will open next Monday. Governor N. O. Murphy will make the address of welcome and Malvern Dimmick will respond. The work of organization will then be taken and dispatched be fore noon. Ho'iday Excursion Rates. .On December 24, 24, 25, 2!l, 30 and 31 the Santa Fo I'acillc H...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 December 1898
?WKKMfi&ZaE&Bbti THE COCONINO SUN. COMPANY I" PICKET LINE. The "smoker" after drill on Tuesday night who enjoyed Immensely. The thiinkf of the 1kvs liuve been expressed to Father Dllly for his Christmas tflft of two boxesof the best cigars the local market afforded. Private Alkens at tempted to capture u whole half lwx of the "Itoyal poodles" and Captain Glownor placed him under servelllance. Another trial such as afforded the Imivk so much amusement when Private Peeking waH tried under court-martial will be held utf.il n next Tuesday after drill; Arrangements havu been made foi the company ball on New Year's eve and an enjoyable time Ih promised all who attend. The affair will lie invita tion and the cream and elite of Flair MlutT society will attend. Captain (ilowner and Lieiitenam Qtiinlan received Invitation from com- iiany B of Phenlx to attend a military ball In honor of the governor and hi Htaff at O'Neill hall, Phoenix, on the i'kl lust. The Invitation Ih a very neat...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 December 1898
''.iTfli StintyihYyhlfrtiSA-iW jr "tf"t THK COCONINO SUN. Christmas Service at the Catholic Church. ) Ah usual the feast of Christmas will J )e celebrated with great solemnity at tho Chinch of the Nutlvliy. Following the privllugo grunted tn the priest on thin day three- masses will he said. The j first common man will liej;ln at S o'clock, followed by the mass of I Thanksgiving. At 11 o'clock high mass j will beglu, ut which Farmer's Ma- in B Hut will Ih) sung by the full choir un der the direction of Mr. T. A. Klot dan. Mr. LI nil will preside ut the organ, asslsfc-d hy Mr. lCdwards as vio linist. HlK'elui featured of tho musical program will Iw the "Adeste Fidelia"! at tho OnVrtotj, ''Oh. Holt Night" during the Intel mission and Ho-wiV ' "Tantum KrK"ilui intlic beiieiliclicn of the Most Hlei-sed Sacrament, tliloh will follow immediately after mass. ' The reverend pastor will preach the Christmas sermon, and a cordial invi tation Ih extended to overtone to at tend. In no bettor wa...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 December 1898
12sSW5H5!flWflR THK COCONINO SUN. TERRITORIAL NEWS. MfMAAAAAAA' Kingman people are rejoicing over the propeet of n new two-mory hotel. Diiilnir the recent xtorm the ther mometer registered 14 degree below, In rhino valley. iinil m-enen around Phoenix will no doubt cause these wild little children of the desert to open ihelr ejeit wide In astonishment. -Phoenix Gazette. Colonel McConi of the Fltft 'IVrrl torlal regiment reached Phoenix Sat urday and will upend the holidays with hit friend. HbniJk the regiment In In good hupe. UN command ha heen attached lo the First army corps under General Wllwin, and will probably go Culm about the middle nf .limitary. The excitement over the new tlud to thuGraliam mountain ft ill continues, hiih the Phoenix Hctitlblleiin. '1'htl The Phoenix lepultlican denies flint smallpox oxiwts In that valley, but le ortn a caoe at Ah Fork. Kingman has a mj of smallpox and the Minor claims it was Imjioited from . , .....,,.,,.,1 , xc,.,.(i n t.Xieot Phoenix. .1...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 December 1898
U.'tfSt T Mmssma&4&mSti&zs3& THE COCONINO SUN. .1. 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 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 fjrpm the leading capitals of Europe,
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 December 1898
"9i THE CbCOXINO SiTS. 8f adajTaM AEM.ABUE ASSAYING. Uol.l . Mlier .... . ,..m . t Uolil anil Mil er . , ..- .'. I.cmI fOlllMT ...).. Oolil. filter ami liu . Ool.l. Mliernnil topper . . r.i.1,1. SilvtT. Connor ami troil Nimpie nv mini recmi' prompt attention. Illvhol price pnlil for liulliou. ( OQOEN ASSAY CO.r I4.1i lAth St , lmter. Colo, $5 Reduced Rates to Phoenix. (.'ommencinir Vedneda,a Dec. T. 18118, and emit inning up tn and inelnd luir April 2U, lbUll, tliu Santa Fo Paelll Railroad company wl.l ell round trip ticket from l-'lag-iUlTto Phoenix at the rate of 72J.OU Thexa ticket will only bos-old Wednesday of each woekdi.riiij: lierlod mentioned uloe mill will lie limited titfoulinimiWfjuHiU"; ! null J illivctlMi. Willi nun iiiniL oi tinny dafii.im.diiluof-..le. ,.. "Geo. HSui.mVAjjV Agent . People whodenonn i!tlititinf lHlimild leiiii'ii.li.'r tlml tliu ldliihti til lneveiMi blue'; iim h j l-i piin'cd. PUBLIC OPINION 3,000 Paprs in 1 FOR THREE MONTHS FOR 25 CENTS Voii f.iii f...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 December 1898
THE COCONINO SUN. fjtJMs) 3 1 A Complete Line of Wttchet, Clocln, J t Jewelry, Silrerwtre tad ! ', Spccticlet. J J I : Post Office ijf I ; Jewelry Store j 1 f j ! Repairing neatly done and guaf 1 anteed. ','' I I .? YEARS' EXPERIENCE. ; . i. a. rvi n 1 1 tr r ir. . a oc; ww Stationery News Stand. FflV CIGARS, Domsttic and Havana. Fresh Fruits and Confectionery. KAH.KOAD AVKNUK is ! II SMWffigggJK'f SYKES BROS., I MACHINISTS MENDERS of any old thing. SYKES BLOCK. I i Fl AGSTAFF. - ARIZONA. 11 . ' . ,. m - -v THE J ? SUN Wants your . o6 Printing
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 24 December 1898
julWUHIMMMnNnaHHBH mgmmmmamm MM 7Sa3X- mE&&m WV . j ' THE COCONINO SUN. T vJ - i-uraaii AlaWr FLAGSTAFF Real Estate and Mining Exchange. Tbe 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 the tourist respecting hcciiIu iolut of interest, how to reach them, unil iwt of transportation it ml aceoininti ilatlons. To the Health-seeker, tin climatic influence oifMhe human system. To the Investor or Speculator, the various openings to gel liirjjc returns from eapital, Ixith limited and unlimi ted. To the Homo-seeker, the various uptioituultie and un limited MHrillillltlfM of farminir in this section. I'riees of horses, eattle, sheep and hnft. Actual statisties of our resources, Mich as water, eoal. lumber, huildlnj,' stone, sand, lime, brick, copper mines, silver and jjold mines, aslesto, water storage for irriga tion anil electrlctieal po...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 31 December 1898
-it CBe Coconino Sun l V 2 Vol. XV. FLAGSTAFF, DECEMBER 31, 1898. No. 40. J . T.A.ttOtMN.Ihmr, , . ; M. I. UODAN,tatrr m P. V. UltOS, Tnmutt. " ;. I ARIZONA I , LUMBER AND TIMBER C j! COMPANY. I Mmuhctuter el I Native PinoLumbcir, 3 ! ;, Frops, Stills, Boxes, Lath; ; f ;, Pfltaf,. Shlifles, ; ''J j Ties,' Ufftae. Sasb and Doors. .' -ip - Flagstaff) Arizona, M . ' .-... H , r , r - . ? 4 WVVW 'Si
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 31 December 1898
THE COCONINO SUN. !...' t 58 K:. . V ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, w1 IS FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA r iy f OLDEST BANK INNORTHERNARIZONA.wn Interest Paid on Time and Savings Deposits. Drafts Sold Upon all For- i elgn Countries. i We have an extensive Patronage and Correspondence through $ out Arizona, and invite Yui. Banking Business upon $ Liberal and Conservative terms. )T. J. POLLOCK? Preiideot. T, EsPOLLOCKi Ctshier. C H, EDWARDS, Assistant Cashier. ' ' I I ! I I . I I! I I I . I , I I. I J, C, MILLIGAN, MNurcTut or Brick and r Lime; CONTRACTOR AND i iC i ' i BUILDER.. . I 'Estimates Made on any kind 0 Stone' dr. Brick Wprk, fct JUSTICE OF THE PEACE , Fla"Uft PrtcJnct j LIQUOR STORE " th i JULIUS AUBINEAU. OCAICR IN FINE wines; WHISKIES LIQUORSinCIGIlRS - Quittett pUec ia town. No gambling jllowtd. Family Trade Solicited. 'kS& k M Ba 4 ill
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 31 December 1898
adt fye Coconino Sun. Vol. XV. AN ANCIENT BURYiNC CROUND. I What it Yielded up to Prospector (or Relic of Antiquity. John Love, of Flagstaff, who devotes a portion of his timo each year to pros pecting ancient ruin and burying ground?, recently made some very valuablu discoveries on Oak Creek. Ho discovered an ancient burying ground from which lie dug up over fifty skeletons, and a very largo amount of ancient pottery, a portion of the latter being In a well pcrserved condi tion. One of the skull-unearthed was a great euriosity and had evidently be longed to a human freak of the ancients who inhabited that country. It mens u red eighteen inches from the point of the jaw or chin to the Kip of the skull. The jaw bone wan fully four inches wide and the skull alone might easily be mistaken for that of some animal. Ah the bones of the liody however were found with It, Mr. Line says there can be no mistake alriut its belong ing to that of a human. A great deal of the pottery, anil particu...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 31 December 1898
C THIS COCONINO SUN. in.. SHEEP IN AfJZONA. Grading Up Meiican Sheep Profitable in Arizona. Starting with a iour grade of Mex ican sheep, sheep men in northern und central Arizona, by imported Merino, Southdown und Cotswold strains, huvu graded iip the poor quality of Arizona sheep to u very fair average on till ranges and very good strains on many of the ranges, and well-hred sheep on tome. The climatic conditions are us good in Arizona for sheep us other stock. Thu alfalfa of central Arizona is a tine food for them, us also the pine grass of northern Arizona. Hereto fore all attention has Iksoii paid to cat tle, hut sheep are now receiving their share. The industry Is confined most ly to the higher altitudes. It is very seldom in thu past that whole hands have been frozen up in Arizona in a night as in the northern states, because in driving them short distances, by easy stigcs warmer localities in lower valleys can be found In which food can be obtained equally as well. Sheep in ...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 31 December 1898
I A THE COCONINO SUN. ! If You Want to Practice Economy S And consult jour pocketlook at the wumo time, it will never do to overlook Sft S If you huve anything under the sun to null here you will receive the hljfh" (0 c.ihIi price for It. And, on the other hand, If ,ou want to buy anything1 K W uud Have M per cent, here la the only place in KlujfHtaff to do mm.... ...' Q- rh It Ih the great Bargain House of Northern Arizona. S, u,mnl.ru, ... I l I l- V ' NOW That the excitement of the election and the circus in over, it muni be remembered thai Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Are coming, with their several pleaMire., and you will prha) need u new Suit of Clothes, an Overcoat or a Pair of Trousers, Which can be had of S. BAR RO N , TAnfjS? ' " Who has a choice linn of Imported and DomeHtiu (ioods to nelect from- I O ADMrl PkO - -V 8... . . -"" , s; I watenmaKeFandueuieiett AMI UKALKIt IX r W Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Jewelry, Spiclailes and Nralty Goods Jjv Kxpcclul attentio...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 31 December 1898
K"8&S& THE COCONINO SUN. WOMAN SUFFRAGE IN WYOMING. There Can Be No Disadvantage in Women Excrciting Political Rights. Hon. Joseph M. Gary, un ex-senator of Wyoming, at n huarlnj un a woman sulTrage utnondment, before the judlcl nry committee of tho house of repre sentatives last winter said: "After u close observation for nil these yearn, I have no hesitation in say ing that I havo failed to see any disad vantage whatever arising from woman exercising the rlyht of suffrage nml full iKilltlcal rights. They show an marked ability, as discriminating a sense of duty, in tho oxereNe of their political rights as do their fathers, husbands, or brother. They have nought office to a very limited extent, yet they exercise their rights of suf frage an generally and as Intelligent ly km do the men of the slate. Thay have tilled many places of responsibility, wimo elective, others appointive. 'Die possession of political rights has open ed many places of employment to women will eli oth...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 31 December 1898
", THE COCONINO SUN. W J A Complete Line el Witches, Cloekt, J Jewelry, Silretwtre tad J 3 ! Speetielei. J ji Post Office ijj : Jewelry Store j 1 1 1 1 Repairing neatly done and guar J J ! anteed. J ; 1 1 ; J y&4JW' EXPERIENCE I S I J.A.MAVRER. 41 ! A HOCK, tVkXVUVMK Stationery and- News Stand. Oomcitic and Havana. Fresh Fruits and Confectionery. KAILUOAD AVENUK. xmxKmmmmwmmMotmma SYKES BR0S.J MACHINISTS MENDERS t ft of any old thing. SYKES BLOCK. FLAGSTAFF. - ARIZONA. I fcAj. jKj.TrvTW.w m OKS3I3U2 THE .SUN Wants your oi Printing
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 31 December 1898
THB COCONINO SUN. ffilw oconitto mt. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. Entered In tho rostotllco at Flagstaff us second class matter. Issued crery Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars a year. In a trance. Every paper Is stopped nt the expiration of the time paid fur C M. FUNSTON, Editor. they see Ilu Tho survey of the linen of tho reservation would largely nettle tho difficulty Iwiw een tho settlors and the Inditing. Tho effort now being made lo have this work done sUiuId meet with the indorsement of every person in nortcrn Arizona. FL.AOSTAFF, SATUHDAY, DEC. 31, 18HS. THE twentieth legislature of Arizona will meet on Monday, January lfi, 180!), und their constituents are wondering what the legislature will do. TllEsheopralsersnf this section aro noting upon the suggestion made by The Sun, when tho forest reserve wan first set libido, that Is, try to obtain thu passage of a law by congress allowing sheep to graze on tho forest reserva tion. The law could have lioen pissed before the holidays...