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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 November 1898
e3&sa TIIK COCONINO SUN. J THE HOLD'UP ON THE S. P. An Unfortunate Mexican Lost Hi Life) While Stealing a Ride. From what can bo learned of the at tempted hold-up of the S. 1 at Wilcox it appear a fatal mistake wan made in that the man shot wits suppo'd to lie it robber when in realit lie was but Mealing u ride. The S. P. and authorities having be come cognizant of the fact that u hold up and attempted train iohber, was contemplated i. a band of outlaw, every pieparatinu was made to receive them. Thetefoie when two men were ceen to mount the blind baggage the conclusion was reached that the time had come. The express messenger ordered them off and the men would not comply. The messenger wan not In u mood to argue and in the dark cuspicionedMMiie movements. He II red and the wounded man was shot in the groin, the other escaping. The wound ed man was it Mexican named Gage. He died the following day. It appears they were Mealing a ride and were MlUtaUi'ii for robin;!1.- -Tombstone ...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 November 1898
TUB COCONINO SUN. i BRIEF LOCALS. j Satukday, Novemukk 2fl, 18d9. K. H. Cro-s left Wednesday for San FraneUco. Hilly Me.Neill of WInslow was In Flagstaff yesterday. Frank l'ajneof Bellemont was con fabulating with friends hero yesterday. .1. W. Francis carried off the honors at the shooting match Thanksgiving day. Mw. Mason Iwketl left Monday for Phoenix, where she will upend the winter. Deputy Sheriff Bush made an otlielal trip to Kinsman this weok returning yesterday. J. B. Brooktleld is now wearing a white apron at the Senate, having sue- cceded George Bunion. It is probable that the Daggs build ing on Railroad avenue will bo rebuilt before tlio first of the year. There whs another jail delivery thin weok. Casey and two others picked the lock and made their escape. The regular monthly meeting of this W. O. T. U. will Imj held in the Meth odist church Tuesday, Decembers, at 4 p. m. Thu Chinese rewtaurunteurs of Flag. Mtatt have formed any nd Icate. To of fend one Ik to go without ...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 November 1898
toilm.jMi mmmmi.!., 11 lHllllllJll(IHWlMIHrVWMlMBfamglBf7l!M V THK COCONINO SUN. All iir cor- former pastor once more, dtally Invited. fl. O. Locket t ami children, Messrs. Bradbury and Hall and their families, George Morgan and Mutters Kobort mid Georgo Daggs l't for Phoenix on Monday. They went across the coun try In teams. Thu first quarterly conference of the M. K. church will ho held In the church on Monday evening, Nov. :Wth, at 8 p. til. All the olllclal ini'inlierH are ex pected to he present, as business of im portance is to Imj transacti-d. The Times is another new venture in the journalistic Held. It is published by Hrown .t Mlntz at Olohe. It tsablv edited and excellently printed. But that Is only what ou could expect of a paper coming from experienced hands. James Smith, a member of Co. C. First Territorial regiment, returned Tuesday on Mick leave. He i recover ing from an attack of typhoid fevor contracted In camp at Lexington, Ky., and was taken to Camp Thomas and as ...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 November 1898
Hud TUN COCONINO SUN. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. Business Transacted Canvass of the Elec tion Returns. The Ixmrd met on Monday and can vassed the election returns from tliu different precincts. The result of the canvass for county officers and of Flagstaff precinct will be found in a table on another page. The following officers were docluied elected in the precinct named below: Williams- .Him ice of the eaco, Hal. K. Rrooks anil George Martin; con stable, Frank Morrell and H.W.Cone. Tuba City Anhton Xebeker, justice of the peace, and .1. 11. Lee, jr., cou ntable. Fredonla -S. C. Jensen, justice of the peace, and Caws Lewis, countable. The claim of J. II. Lee, jr., for car rj ing MipplieH from FlugstalT to Fredo nia and Tuba City and returning elec tion return from said precinct, wan allowed. Leuvo of ahsenco from the territory was granted J. M. Sandfnrd, justice of the peace.from December 2t) to 31, 189 Leuvo of absence was granted It. II. Cameron, sheriff, for fifteen da after November...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 November 1898
&ffSH9HSKSESmexB T11K COCOXIXO HUN. V OFFICIAL VOTE CAST IN COCONINO COUNTY. November 8, 1898. Namks ov Cakmimtks. It. For Delegate to Congre.-s- A. O. Hrodie, H J. F. Wilson, D For Council K. T. Greenlaw, 11 T. S. Hunch, I) For Assembly H. F. AHhuntt, D X. I Patterson, It For Sheriff It. II. Cameron, H F. FalrchlUI, D For District Attorney- Klward M. Ifcie, It .lumen Iy , I) For ProbaU Judge- N. G. Layton, It It. II. Jones. D For Recorder Henry J. Seller, T. E. Pulllam, I) For Treasurer-- Harry Fulton, It George Hox worth, D... For Suiiervlaors John K.Davis, It...... V. II. Anderson, It ... J. C. Phelan, I) J. I). .Tonee, 1) For Surveyor J. T. McVllllnm, It... W. H.Power, D For Justices of the Peaee- SamuelC. Hlack, It J. A. Wilson, It J. C. Mllllgan. D D. It. Prime, I) H. C. Hllibcn, Citizen.. For Constables M. T. Hlack. It GuyC. Kllgore, it Jesso Gregg, D Dan Hogan, D Total vote cast as per poll HsU 240 18' 200 303 1 218 221 ZTM 20.'! 192 i'll 141 28!) 196 224 214 190 20.'. 1...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 November 1898
jiMr-AtL il nmr MRMMBB U&ol: Wl4viri PTCTKW1 P0M.11P m i nw un ,xm: rucuNiNo su.v. The-Wpol Crop, tor souio j ears the department of agriculture, has fulled to publish an) estimate of the sheep industry and wool clip of the United States. Business men are forced to place entire reliance on the annual report of the National Association ,of Wool Manufacturers. During the current month such a re port will be forthcoming. From a sum mary given In advance it appears that the wool crop in the United States for 1898" was 200,720,084 pounds, against &'9,153,25l pjunds in 1897. vOrcgon Vhowa the largest yield, 21,291,82 pounds of washed and unwashed wool, and, next to Washington, shown the largest percentage of shrinkage in scouring, or 71 per cent. Montana fol lows, with 20,935,105 pounds and 62 per rent shrinkage; California, 10,932,99.1 pounds and 6(1 percent shrinkage: Tex as, 16,380,442 and 70 per cent; Wyom ing, 13,626,704 pounds; New Mexico, 12,338,420 pounds; Ohio, 12,114,053...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 November 1898
iMmmi&smm Till: COCONINO SUN. rr Santa Fe Pa, R. R. Co, Condensed Time Card No. 2. Id effect Wednesday, June I, I&8.J WEST. KAHT. HTATIO.XK. - No. 1. NO.S. 10 00 p.m. l.v Chicago.. Ar Ooop.m. 11 sua. in. . .Kansas city 7 03 p.m. J 00a.m. Denter. 5(jp. m. ISium. .La Junta II .VI a.m. 8 4p. m. l.v Albunueniue Ar ID 25 pm. S us a. m. ... Wlnirate. 5 31 p. m. S35a.m Ualtup. I 4 45 p. m. !Oi.ni Holm-ook Ii5pm. TU5a.m Wlnslow ilS40pm. 9 a. m. Flagstaff . 10 40 a. m. 1115 a.m. .Williams.. 9 25xm U 10 p. m. Ar .Ah Fork l.v I HIQa.m. I 35p.m. l.v .Ah Fork .Art 7 30a. ni. 1ST p. m. Ar Jerome Jc Lv .'Sla.in. 3 15 p.m. .. 1'rcM-oit. ! 4 30 a.m. 45 p. m. .Congress Jc. IS 55 a. m. 9 3) p. m. Ar -Plurals l.v luuip m. IS 35 p. m. l.v ...Ash Fork. Ar, 7 51 a.m. J 03 p. m. .I'earb Sprints. t (X) a. ra. Jul p. in .... Kingman . i I) a.m. 5 55 p. m. .....The Needles i 10 25 p. m. 7p.m Illake ' 6 10 p.m. 9 30 p. m. . Ilagdad , fl 00 p. m. 12 30 a.m. . Daggett ! 3 40 pin. I 15 a. m. Harstow J no ...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 November 1898
sa!SCTMMft5LhhauUu.awuu X TIIK COCONINO SUX. NOW. That the excitement of the elect Ion and tln circus Is over, it mtmt bo remembered t lint Thanksgiving, Christmas and Neuu Yeafs Aro eomiinf, with their nuvernl pleasures, unci )ou will perhaps need a now Suit of Clothes, an Overcoat or a Pair of Trousers, Which can be hud of S. B AR RO N , taiV-jTI? Who hus u choice linu of Imported and Domett It Goods to neleet from The Affairs of Europe are faithfully portrayed in the original and 4 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. V
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 November 1898
k THE COCONINO SUN. m Do You Know? ss- - I w 2 You Do w w Second-Hand Store That we buy everything, from an elephant to a needle, and pay cash cold cash for it. That's the beginning of our story.,. - - Know That we bell everything in our house to cheap the wonder In how itcan Imj done. Tho secret lHours; the henent'8 youi. btory is ended. o.w.morr,s,me,. David R- lewis. - ' W. HARPER WHISKY Sold for Medical Purposes only.- J. J. DOflAHUE, Sole Agent for Arizona. $ J. P. ARNOLDS V Watch and Chronometer Repairer, $ 27 YEARS EXPERIENCE. Si s Diploma of the Honiloidral Institute, Locle U1 Swlt7crlaml. s n Watches, Clocks, jewelry, Silverware. Spectacles. Fine French Clocks and Music Boies repaired. Jewelry Mended and Repolished at Western Union Telegraph Office, Opposite R. R. Depot, Flagstaff, Arizona, ttzrttts&spppPtttt&P?p&&&?Z 8 w h
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 November 1898
A i Hi: COCONINO M N. f w Mf! I hare awd Ripens Tabules with so mneh satis faction that I caa cheerfully recommend them. Hare bcea troubled tor about three years with what I called bilious attack coming on regularly once a vtoek. Was told by dUerent physicians that It was canted by bad teeth, of whlcb I had several. I had the teeth extracted, lut the at took continued. I bad leeu advertisements of Rlpana Tubules In all the paper but bad no tilth tntbem. but about alz week since a frimd In duced me to try them. Hare taken but two of the small i tent boxes of the Tabules and bare had no recurrence of the attacks, liars nsrerglvenn testimonial for anything before, bnt tbe great amount of good which I bellei has been done me by Rlpans Tabule Induces me to add mine to the many testimonials you doubtless hare la your possession now. I want to Inform yon. In vtords of hlxhest praise, of th benefit I hare dcrtred from Rlpans Tabules. I am a professional nurse and In this profession n clear ...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 November 1898
""","iiiiiiiiiin7rririrBi'Tnriiinniin k THK COCONINO SUN. A Cempkte Line of Wtteha, Gockt, Jewelry, Silrerwtre tad Sptcticttt. THE Post Office Jewelry Store ', Repairing neatly done and guar"', anteed. 21 YEARS' EXPERIENCE J.A.MAURER. B. HOCK, ygsoaa Stationery News Stand. FINE CIGARS, Domestic and Havana. Fresh Fruits and Confectionery, KAIMtOAD AVKKUK. 5TlVt5 DKU5., I 1 I MACHINISTS $ and I MENDERS of any old thing. J! SYKBS SLOCK. I FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA. THE .SUN. Wants your Job Printing i -T 17 -e;5cvjj
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 26 November 1898
irgsfssswssfflSEre sssB3uunMcic33BaKRnaniaRy v r FiLuikiu i4l.W v'""!, . -"i.jjj.j COCONINO HUN. .. FLAGSTAFF .--. v.wi" : t' 4 A c Real Estate and Mining Exchange. The Only Reliable Bureau of Inforwatlon in Northern Arizona. Accurate Data of Minis in Operation, their Output and.Com- c marftiat Valna. Prnsnortc. and thplr Anlnal Valna. '''"' lf ..-! .-.- Information Furnished. To tlio tourist respecting scenic points of Interest, how to reucli them, and cost ot transportation and accommo dations. To the Health-seeker, tlio climatic influence on tln liuman system. To the Investor or Speculator, the various opening to get largo returns from capital, lxth limited and unliml tod. To the Home-seeker, the various opportunities ami un limited iK)lbllltle of farming In tlilH section. Prices of horses, cattle, sheep and hogs. Actual statistics of our resource, such us water, coal, lumber, building atone, sand, lime, brick, copper mines, silver and gold minet, asbestos, water storage for irri...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 December 1898
y Cfye Coconino Suit- Vol. XV. FLAGSTAFF, DECEMBER 3, 1898. NO. 45. T. A. KIOKDAN. Huupr. U. I. tlOKDAN. Sttnurr F.V, SISSON. Tnuurtt. ;! ARIZONA j; LUMBER AND TIMBER j! COMPANY, .'. jj I ' Msauhcturen of t Native Pine Lumber, j; j; Props, Stulls, Boxes, Lath, jl ; Piling, Shingles, ;! : Ties, Lagging. Sash and Doors. ; Flagstaff, Arizona, ;
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 December 1898
l'UK COCONINO SL 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'1 out Arizona, and invite your Banking Business upon Liberal and Conservative terms. T. J. POLLOCK, President. T. E POLLOCK, Cashier. C. H. EDWARDS, Assistant Cashier. , C. MILLIGAN, MANUFACTURE Of Brick and Lime, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER . Estimates Made on any kind of Stone or Brick Work. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Flagstaff Precinct. j LIQUOR STORE 1 1 1 JULIUS AUBINEAU. I f OCALCR IN f C FINE w ! WINES, WHISKIES I l LIQUORS .--CIGARS 1 C Outeteit phec in town. J No gimbling illowcd. X Family Trade Solicited. 7 'M'-l '.,'niiliWBWWmWLl'"rH Y
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 December 1898
( . 9 Cfye Coconino Sun. Vor,. XV. FLAGSTAFF, DKC'KMBKIl 3, I8S. No. 45 It Nature's Epitaph. Who known where the vraveyard Ik. Where the fox and the eagle lie Who ha wen the obsequies Of the nil ilecr when they die? With death they steal away Out of the sight of the sun. Out of the sight of the living; They pay the debt nnd are done. No marlile marks the place; The common forest brown Cov ers them ov cr with Quaker grace Just where they laid them down. Hut a few jenrs, If jou see In summer u dee;er green Here and there. It is like to be The spot where their hones have been. Thus, not more, to the poor dead year. No urate nor ghostly stone, Hut agnsinerlllennd a wanner cheer lie the only sign that he's gone. -Christian Register. ' V ViCtl. I sing of the woes of the Conquered, u winding sheet for the slain, Obllvlon'M (rulf for those who fell, who strug gled and strove In vain. . As of old. mid the plaudits of thousands, may the victor In triumph stand. While the blood of the vanquish...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 December 1898
THE COCONINO SUN. 1 i fj .: SHEEPMEN TO GO FREE. Government Will Not Prosecute Herd ers on Reservations. CRIMINAL PROSECUTIONS WILL HOLD. Prospects Thtt the Rimes In Arizona. New Mexico nl Other States My Be Set Aside for Pisturlof Sheep. Commissioner Binger Herman of the United Status land office said that there would be no criminal prosecutions of shoepowners who have violated the regulations of the land otllco by pas turing triieop on government reserva tions. In response to the request of the sec retary of thu Interior, Attorney Gen eral Griggs several days ago rendered an opinion that criminal prosecutions would lie against any ono who violated thu regulations Issued by thu secretary of thu Interior for thu protection of the forestry reservation. Some time ago Forest Superintend ent J. D. Benedict of New Mexico wrote a letter to the commissioner of the land otllcc, stating thut the United States attorney for New Mexico had informed him that u criminal prosecu tion would not hol...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 December 1898
KESE3KKaS&tKSa!i TUB COCONINO SUN. 1 AN ARIZONA FIASCO. Flagstaff's Golden Opportunity to Se cure a Summer School. WHAT A PRESCOTT PAPER HAS TO SAY. The Reform School Is Neither Useful Nor Or nimenttl, and Is Waste of the Peo ple's Money-Prescott's Claim. Tho Knterprise of Phoenix 1ms the following to say of tho Arizona Kuform school project as it applies to Flagstaff: "Arizona has u bit; 0-l''i ' " build ing in Flagstaff. It was constructed as a reform tchool. It might just as well have lmun built as a refuse fort-porting men who uro on tho hog train, as there are more of them. The Nineteenth knew a thing or two. They were cer tain the territory needed no reform school, no thuy concluded to have the building remodled as a branch Insane asylum. Tho territory already has an asylum near Phoenix, but it would not do to let the building, the best struct ure in Arizona, go to waste. The in sane have not been sent to Flagstaff, and so long as sane men control, I hey never will. Phoeni...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 December 1898
TIIK :OC0NINO SUN. In f.l ARIZONA'S NEW CAPITOL. The Commission, After Due Delibera tion. Has Adopted Plans. GORDON THE SUCCESSFUL ARCHITECT. General' Ilea of How the New BulkHni Will Look When It Has Bee Coapletet- It Will Be a Massive Structure. The following extracts, descriptive of ArU'onuV promised new eapliol building, are uKeVfrom the, 1'hocnlx Republican: 'PI... i.ii.ill.l I ulli. l.i.f (I Itl Ifetul.tl llfl.tt ' .. i i . . ,i acoustic properties, due consideration., of sixteen sots of; ' ... . , ., ' .' if t Ie walls will 1 plans, uuu a Cliisu cuuiuristuiui iiurvn, selected plans (or the capltol building, Tho successful architect is .hunt's Hell ly Gordon of Sun Antonio, Tex., the deslgne r of the Texit.i building ut the World's fulr. The building will be massive und dig nitied. The design is of the renais sance. Tho building will be l(M ft-i-L, bo handsomely decorated In the cen ter with the arms of Arizona. The next U the second or legislative Hour. This council be situat...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 December 1898
THK COCONINO SUN. J Company " I" Picket Line. The third annual l;ill of the com pany was well attended by Flagstaff's elite and wih the crowning success us fin iin dances go that this popular or ganization ha ever given. The music wan superb and the dancing Moor wax ed to Its hot. Several stacks of rifles and scabbard belts lent a warlike ap pearance to the decoration". Captain Glow tier is working the boys lianl, drilling each weekand preparing for the reception of the Ine-peetor who Is slated to bu here in December. Private Allle Davison left Tuesday for California, where he expects to HM!iiil the winter. Private D.ivUon will be missed from the company, i s he was slated for promotion. The good wishes of the Ikhjjo with him. Mont, fill win left Sunday for Kldor ado. Cal., and has made application for a three months' leave of absence. Harry (lowland, who resigned from Company I to go with the Rough Rid ers, has re-enlisted. A Tough Town. The recent killing of William Segua at Weave...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 3 December 1898
msssnamm THE COCONINO SUN J (&he Coconino mt. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. Kntered In the t'oitofflce ut Flamtull us second class matter. Issued eterv Saturday. Subscription price, two dollar iiml fifty cents a year. In advance, Kvery paper Is slopiml at the expiration or the time palil for. C. M. FUNSTON, Editor. Flagstaff, Saturday, Dec. 3, 1KS. vaccination should bo enforced in every com m unity, uml thu most vigorous methods should 1)0 taken to stamp out tlio disease wherever it appears, as it in evident that smallpox win Ih) erad icated if prompt measures are taken when tliu disease llr.-t appears in a community. O.V another page In this issue will bo found an extract taken from an article published in thu l'hoeuix Knterprisu ami thu reply muilo liy thu Journal Miner. The Enterprise rather ridi cules thu idea of having a territorial l'hoonix, and ABOUT SMALLPOX. The prevalence of smallpox in New Mexico during thu past hummer and j iit-t it ulloii outside of thu contlnuancu of the di...