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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 November 1898
. THK COCONINO SUN. f 7 commence. H. Lantry & Sons, thw con tractors, nro on the ground and only waiting for scraers and ntlierequipage which arc dally expected, before mak ing a start. Ho Is enthusiastic over the bright prospects in store for Williams, and is sanguine that when the two rail roads arc completed and the great smelter running it will be one of the liest towns in the territory. J. V. Tliurliei' has completed his four-year contract at St. Joseph and moved his outfit to town Tuesday . He is undecided as to future movement. He may go further went on another con tract or dish.ind his men here for the winter. Seventy-one men eomosed the working force. Lilly Messlck, the morphine Mend who came to this city from Flagstaff, and who has !ecti quite conspicuous on the streets for a couple of weeks, was sent to Kl Paso ly Marshal Mc.Millen and the Non-Sectarian Benevolent as sociation, whero she has a sister living. Albuquerque Citizen. Hagan's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" atllic ted ...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 November 1898
SS3Emzzzzzz2Z TFIK COCONINO SUN. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. The coon hlch In the njcamore Lists to the hooting owl; And the sportsman on the Wabash Guns for tlie water fowl. TNuutumn now In Honslerdom And poets cull their stock For verselets on the "pumpkin" And the "fodder In the shock" Chlcwro New. Usv. Dllly Hpjnt the week in I 'res colt. A fertile imagination often produces rank thoughts. It takes a wise man to pick a fool whoo money ho tun spend. J. I). Newman left Wednesday for l'hoenix with his kinds of sheep. Fletcher Fairohlld loft Monday for Los Allele-. California, for his health. If you want llrst-class cheese, dried licef, bacon, h.ttns, etc., go to Collin's. After u man begins to take whiskey for medicinal purposes he is always sick. II. It. St. Claire, representing the II. II. McNeill Co.. of l'hoenix, is in town today. ShcrllT 15. II. C.uneion leavesKunday for Chicago. Ho w 111 be absent for two ui'.ks. It isn't always u girl's plain face that keeps her from mat ryinc some...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 November 1898
THK COCONINO SUN PHOENIX INDIAN SCHOOL. MIXING THINGS. Report of the Superintendent to the Commit tioner of Indian Affair. On August 4 lust Superintendent S. .M. McCowan of the Indian school at Phoenix made his rejKirt to the com missioner of Indiun affairs, in reply to n circular dated July L'H, 1808. The re jHjrt says: Tlie present enrollment of our xcliool is 480 and the average attendance for the liseul year ju-t closed 418. Congress lias increased our quota for i i,im a large order for Hitters and their the liseul year I8!l! hy 200 -thus giving j cani. n ,i,en L.ai)ea on Sall(y Dona tiH t00 pupili. t hue to renew old friendship. The first The tribes immediately adjacent to j 0f the week Sandy was surprised to find our HuhtKil, with the schoolable popu-ja ton or so of almanacs consigned to lation us repotted by the various agents. j,jm f,ejght prepaid. If he was sur are as follows: prised at that, imagine his consterna- Mojaves 400 1 tlon to lind printed on the hacks of the A St...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 November 1898
sanLta3HnLUiaJS4fe THK COCONINO SUN. tMMUMMMUMMMM EDUCATIONAL PAGE. (WMtVMVWWMMUUUM KDITKD BY MALVKKX DtMMICK, Next Thursday will bo Thanksgiving day and a holiday for the schools. On uccount of sickness thu attend ance has been somewhat irregular of late. Hut few pupils have licen absent from school for other reasons. Soniuof the departments lmvo been having many cases of tardiness. Strln gent measures will bo enforced against all who are tardy without justifiable excuse. A good sentiment against tardiness is beginning to show itself and it will do much good in this direc tion. School opens promptly at U o'clock every morning. Kvery pupil Is due at school at that hour to the min ute, and parents should see that their children start in time. The-Territorial association (l ,0 )t!, in Phoenix has 'ocen postponed a week npeclull.v to accommodate the teach ers of ( 'oconlno and adjoining counties. It will hold Its first session Monday, December lili, aiw close Its work on thu :i!ith. Th...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 November 1898
iBWrftCTnafnimiiittnrHai THE COCONINO SUN. NOW. 4 That tliu excitement of the election and the circus Is over, it must be remembered that Thanksgiving, Christmas and flew Year's Are coming, with their several pleasures, and you will perhaps need a new Suit of Clothes, an Overcoat or a Pair of Trousers, Which can be had of S. BARRON, Vfc , Who has. a choice line of Imported and Domestic Goods to select from - Funeral of Mason Lockett. On Tuesday afternoon the funeral services were held in the M. E. church over the remains of the late Mason Lockett. After singing ''Rock of Ages" by the choir, the sermon was preached by Rev. Mr. Haxtcr from John xiv, 1. At the close of the service the friends and relatives viewed the re main, and the casket was conveyed to the cemetery and buried in the Odd Fellows' block. Mason Lockett was born near Nash ville, Tenn., on February 1W, 1817, and was therefore HI years 8 months and 21 days old. He united with the Christian church in 1803 and lived a fait...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 November 1898
JfflKl-jsatts THE COCONINO SUN. - 'j ' ywwpww I SHORT HISTORY OF ALASKA. Some Geography Not Taught In School Distance From FUgtUif. Purchased In 1807 from Russia for 7,200,000; piirchnfO made by William H. Seward. Area in square miles, o31,409. Population in 18SK), 30,320, of whom but 4.41B were white, 8,400 Eskimos and 13,"3."i Indian. Prlncinal el ties, Sitka (the capital), Juneau, Dawson, Wrangle, Circle City. Principle rivers, the Yukon (more than 2,000 miles long), the Ku-kokwlm, the Kolvllle and the Copper. Principal mountains, Mount Logan, altitude Hl,."i00 feet; Mount St. Ellas, 18,100; Mount Wrangle, 17,500 feet. Principal products liesldes gold, fur, fish and lumber. Cold first discovered In 1879. Product of gold In 181W, 4,I170,000. Klondike in English is Deer rher. Estimated product of gold to date ttl,000,00U. Scene of the present excitement Is along the upper Yukon mid Its tribu taries. DiMauce from Flagstaff to the Klon dike cold fields via the Yukon, about U.IHK). Ti...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 November 1898
w&i :.jH?m-r.w-X? ibmaw. k run coconino sun. AS OTHERS SEE US. Y What a Correspondent Say of Our Trea ore Territory. .1. W. Gray, writing to the Scientific Preen, sajs: "A recent trip to several sections of Arizona has impressed mo with tliu general wpirit of enterprise mid activi ty prevalent there. The copjier mines of Jerome, Blsbee, Globe and Morenei have never produced so largely as now, and all are preparing to increase their output. In various sections copper properties with promising indication are 001111,' developed, and othet are be ginning to attract the attention of cap ital. The railroad now terminating at Gcroniino, Graham county, is being rapidly extended towmd Globe, and thin substantial copper camp in shortly to have the transportation facilities she has so long needed. I saw Apaches at jnork 011 the railroad and at other avo cations suggestive of peace and com fort. "Several projected branch line roads are alKiut to be constructed, and it seems to !e generally ...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 November 1898
THE COCONINO SUN. Santa Fe Pa, R, R, Co, Condensed Time Card No. 2. (In e fleet Wednesday. June I, 1W8.) LODGE DIRECTORY. WEST. No. 1. lu uop.m. II 20 a.m. 3UO.ni. 4 1i.m. 8 40 p. m. i uia-m. x, a. m. 6 sia.m. 7 (A a. m. 9 35 a. m. II 15 a.m. 1.' IUp.ni. 12 35 p. m. 2 Tt p. in. 3 15 p. m. it 45 p. m. 9 20 p. m. 12 .V I. m. ;iUi. m. 3 OJ p. III. :. .v. p. in. 7 25 p. ni. v :w p. hi. I'.' -ju a. ni. I 15 a. in. ' III a. m. 3 15 a. m. h :n u. m. I 15 p. m. il 45 p. in. I,v Chicago Ar Kansas City. ... Denver .... ..Ii Junta Lv Albuquerque. ..Ar .. ..Wlngate Oallup Holbrook . . Wlnslow .. .....Flagstaff Williams Ar -Ash Fork . I.v Lv ...Ash Fork . .Ar Ar . Jerome Jc. . I.v Prcscott. . CongressJc Ar. .. Phu-nlx. .. I.v i.v ...Ash Fork. .Ar Peuch Springs.,, ..Kimrman ...... ....The Needles. , . Illaku ........llagdad . . . .... Daggett .. . llarstow Kramer Ar . .. Mojate. . I.v Ar .Los Angeles I.v Ar .San Diego I.v Ar .San Francisco I.v No.'.'. 9 (M p. m. 7 05 p. m. 5 UU p. Hi. 11 60a. m. ...
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 November 1898
X flmf 3Mii8BEny&aaga&MM T . ii &.MB 11Wgg3P-3mLm.MnnmBIWyMMrtiWrt i" - MMSKkN THE COCONINO SUN. 3 Do You Know? m si 7-v ' mi That wo buy e'ervthingr, from an elephant J? to a needle, and pay cash cold cash for it. Ifl That's the beginning of our 8torv. --. jj You Do Know 2 That we sell e verj tiling in our houso o cheap fjfx the wonder Is how it can be done. Thesecret (tj : Second-Hand Store ': i80un,; tho ,K!neflt'M -vour8- s,ory if,enA- jg "awiMORR.: David R,t I;EwIS. i w. harper; whisky Sold for Medical Purposes only. J. J. DONAHUE, Sole, Agent for Arizona. b I D ADMni rC 81 w It m I 111 V Levied I Watch and Chronometer Repairer, b fi 37 YEARS EXPERIENCE. UIlomu r the lloroWlcul Inlltul. 1-wU- & jV Swltrorlaml. J S Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Spectacles. $. v Fine French Clocks and Music Botes repaired. K Jewelry Mended and Repolished at ; Western Union Telegraph Office, Opposite R.'R. Depot, Flagstaff, Arizona. g Hi u
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 November 1898
gFfiagffw A ', UK COCONINO M'N. share need Rlnant Tabnlea w'.tn tomoehtatlt. i K, factum that I can cncertuiiy iKonimtuu mr. IB Hre been troubled fur bot t three yean with what leaned omuua aimc v Mnt ". ones n week. Wat told by ilbTerent pbyslilena tbttltwaa ctuted br bad tetlh, of which I bad several I bad the teetb exl-actod, 1-ut tbe at tack! continued. I had teen advertisement of Rlpaa't Tabulet In all tbe par ' but bad no fallh in them, but, about air weelu alnce a friend In duced me to try them, nave t tken but two of tbe (mall ceut boxra of the T.Vi.iIm and bare bad bo recorrei.ee i,t the attack. Dave oarer given a tetlnioatal for auythlng l-l;re, bet the gnat amount of good which I belters baa been ilono me by Rlpene Tabulet Induct a me lo add mine to 'ae many testimonial! you donbtleu bare t your poeseetlou now. A. T. vi Witt. I want to Inform yoo, praUe. of tbe benefit II , I bare derived from Klpaat Tabulet. I am a profettional none and Inthltnrofettloaaclear brad I alwo...
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 November 1898
4MfcHfciWM2&Kto3 A s THE COCONINO SUN. mKxv-xttnvmx fclaflJ A Complete Line of Witchei, Cloclu, Jewelry, Silrerwtre tad SpeeUclet. THE - Post OHice Jewelry Store ', Repairing neatly done and guar'. anteed. 21 YEARS' EXPERIENCE J.A.MAURER B. HOCK, Stationery News Stand. FINE CIGARS, Domestic and Havana. Fresh Fruits and Confectionery. HAIMtOAll AVKNUti. i MACHINISTS I g and I $ MENDERS I IS of any old thing. g m J ? f SYKES BLOCK. j $ - f FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA;;. 1 'I- THE .SUN. Wants your Job Printing I I SYKES BROS., i jLii
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 November 1898
territorial Ltbrsr'fob. fflS.IB COUOXIXOHUX. FLAGSTAFF Real 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 tho tourist respecting scenic potntH of Interest, how to reach them, and cost of trans)oi-tiition and accommo dations. To the Health-seeker, the climatic influence on the luuiuui SJHtelll. To the Investor or Speculator, the various oeninifi to get largo returns from capital, Uitli limited nml'iiullinl ted. To the Horae-t-eekcr, the various opportunities and un limited possibilities of farming In this section. Prices of horces. cattle, sheep and hogs. Actual statistics of our resource, such as water, coal, lumber, building stone, sand, lime, brick, copper mines, silver and (fold mines, asleto, water storage for Irriga tion and electrictlcal possibilities. Wo handle on commission all kinds of proiertv and...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 November 1898
HBHHBHwKSSSSSaiSSSESPWWif lA Cfye Coconino Sun. Vol. XV. FLAGSTAFF, NOVEMBER 20, 1898. No. 44. ! T.A.tlOfDAN.Muuirr. M. i KIOtDAS. Sttnurr 'i', , F, r. SHJOAT. Trtmnt. . - "F!" j ' ARIZONA j: I jj LUMBER AND TIMBER jj I : : i ' MtauUcturtn o( 1 S i Native Pine Lumber,, i; J ); Props. Stulls. Boxes, Lath. ' 3; Piling. Shingles, jj : Ties, Lagging. ! Sash and Doors. l , j; Flagstaff, Arizona, ! i lft Ap 'i
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 November 1898
JSMMW..MMitriMriaeBBjafeji i Wi m iwrinii n mini nmira' SflHL -i r THK COCONINO SUN. i i w nitiMiannaMnnnigT! ARIZONA CENTRAL BANK, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. OLDEST BANK IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. Interest Paid on Time and Savings Deposits. Drafts Sold Upon all For eign Countries. Wi 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. I C. MILL1GAN. S ' IJ I lAIIAIt AAv- LIUUUK &IUKt Brick and Lime, julius aiirinfah - - W WVn W CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER . Estimates Made on any Hod of Stone or Brick Work JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Ftattaff Precinct. 1 i cWWnAvV-? LIUUUK 5IUKC - ww " "w .WI . r ocutn in X WINES, WHISKIES If LIQUORS-CIGARS I L Ouittetl pltee ia Iowa. X Ab gimbtlng illowtd. s Family Trade Solicited. V &, SB HJtfBJ
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 November 1898
R&.-d Cfye Coconino Sun. EuSSSaSSSl ,y Vol. XV. FLAGSTAFF, XOVKMBKK 20, 1808. XO. 44. When Papa's Sick. When papa's sick, myjfoodness sakes Such awful. nwful times It makes He speaks In oh' such lonesome tones. Hetilves such ifhas'ly kind of groans. Ami rolN his eyes anil liokU his head. Anil makes m.i help him up to lied: While Sis and Ilrlilirct run to heut Hot water baits to warm his feet. And I must tret thcdocloruIck i Wo haie to Jump when papa's hick. When pupa's Hick ma has to stand Might hMc the lied and liolil his linml. While Sis she has to fnu an' fun, Kor ho says he's "a dyln' man." " Anil wants the rhIUlren 'rounil him to He there when "siiffcrln' pa irets through:" He says he wunts to say good-by Ami kiss us all uml then hci'Il ille: 't'hen mo.ins anil Miys his "hreathln's thlek'' It's awful will nheu pupa's sick. When papa's sick he acts that way Until bi! hears thedo.nor say, ' " Vou' e only got a eolil. you know, Vou'll lie all rlght'n a day or so," nd then -wel...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 November 1898
mmmmmmmm aaa wag1,, THK COCOXLVO SUX. THE BOARD OF CONTROL. Some Interesting Reading for Our Democratic Friends. WHAT AN ARIZONA EX-GOVERNOR SAYS The Taxpayers Are Save $25,000 Anotutly. There's No Chinee (or Peculation. Saya Ex-Gov. Huihes. Democrat. Tim democratic press and the demo ?,' emtio territorial pint form, each are somewhat wrathy in their ideas of re forming territorial institutions, cspe chilly making a target of the board of control, advocating Its alHillshment at once b the next legislature. The Tuc son Star, a democratic paper and pub lished bj ex-Goiernor Hughes, a dem ocrat, comes to the front In defense of the maintenance of that institution, itiiil hacks up hi- argument with the - following sentiments: "Those citizens who believe the IsMtd of control is not a goxl thing for the territory -and who made a specialty ,. of Its condemnation during the cam- " ' paign should spjultllually state where this hoard is injtii ions to the taxpayer of tlie territory. l.'t tlie...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 November 1898
. THK I'OCUXIXOSUX. 4 wouldn't know him if TPNnPRFnHT IMDBFQQIrtNQl.vou probably I ou could. Then, too, a pealed atmos- I phure receiver is indicative of a dark Given to the Readers of The Sun WHAT HE KNOWS ABOUT THE ALTITUDE Dock Soper's Experiences in Arizona j brown past, caustic companions and boozetnerous propensities. You may get acquainted very quickly if you only tuke your time about it and if you don't take great-care as to whom you get acquainted with, time isalKMitall jou'llhave left worth shak ing of. I was soon thoroughly acquainted with u gentleman. I don't retncmlier liii" particular brand of worship, but. I think he was either a highbinder or u inalia. Ho win very pleasant and smiled every time I hpoke of it: in fact, he smiled with a triple X smile that re minded me strangely of an ox-dog when interrupted in his midsummer iin.'ul. iiasked''-the gentleman, while he was' enthusiastically rendering a verbal veriscoio of the tripple-plated and 18-caret climate, if ho wo...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 November 1898
lj,i TilK COCONINO SUN. Colorado and see Mary Yellln' Lease's washing hanging out In the back yard. Onu cyo Is all that is needed, and if you are not careful ou are apt to sprain it looking too far. I am told that in some places in Arizona thoy never elect a sheriff that doesn't wear glasses. The atmosphere is very dry, too. Sci entist claim to have discovered that this is caused by lack of water, but it i very difllcult to say; it might be a natural condition. Water i3 very hard to keep here. Usually those who have it, wipe the dust off it and hang it in a shady place. Up In the high alti tudes it is very hard to keep soft in the winter months. The language spoken in Arizona Is very similar to the English, except that it is somewhat poxmarked with the Mexican method of conveying thought. The Mexican language's mother and father were Spanish. When one is thoroughly inoculated with it, he becomes very valuable as a sheepherder: at least most of the de scendants of Mary's celebrated l...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 November 1898
;rs.rey THE COCONINO SUN. J GREAT MASSACRE OF '57. Recalled by the Arrival in Flaestaff of one of the Survivors. E. II. TACKITT RETURNS TO ARIZONA After in Absence of Six Yeirs In the Boston Mountains Where He Wis Enticed In Huntloi Moonshiners. K. M. 'J'ackltt It it quiet and unasum ing num. Years ago he was a terror to evildoers throughout Arizona and Nt'tt Mexico. Some years ago ho was attached to the sheriff's office In Yava iui county. Ho has been engaged for the past six j curs In hunting down the moonshiners in Northwestern Arkansas. Mr.Tackltt returned to Flagstaff Sun day night. Mr. Tackitt has the distinction of twing one of the survivor of the fa mous Mountain Meadow massacre in 18.17. A little previous to this a num ber of families living in Northern Ar kansas caught the gold fever and con eluded to emigrate to California. The older iHioplo will remember how this brave baud of pioneers made their way westward, hoping to make their way to the gold fields, taking their fam...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 November 1898
gBMfrrrag SSHSSHBB"""" TIIK COCONINO SUN. FLAGSTAFF. ARIZONA. Entered In the Postofflce at Flagstaff ax second class matter. Issued every Saturday. Subscription price, two dollar and fifty cents a year. In advance. Hvery paper Is Htopped at the expiration of the time paid for. C M. FUNSTON, Editor. Flagstaff, Satuhdav, Nov. 2d, 18i8. It is estimated thitt the Spanish war has cost tl(i0,O00,000 to the present time. Considering tho result It's cheapenoiiglt Hkpokts nrc to the effect that the Itio Verde bonds have been Hold and that the canal will he built in the near future, sas the Tombstone Prospector. It will require l,r00 men for two years to do the work. FOREST PRESERVATION. The right of the government to pros eeuto criminally persons grazing sheep in all forest reservations, except Ore gon and Washington, was sustained in u decision recently rendered by the United States attorney general. Sec retary Illlm recently asked as to wheth er such prosecutions would He under one of the ...