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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 March 1898
THH (IXOMXO Sl'X. y ,i THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE GO. :! OF NEW YORK. THE OLDEST, LARGEST AND BEST. to! J, F, PEARCE, W. E, HARPER, Sneclal Aeent. Flmtaff. Ariz. fien'l Aeent. Albuouemue. N. M. 3 - Iftf 'SI ! procured from the Territorial treasury by Fred O. Hughes, former pre-ident of the society, by means of forged or dew. Last Saturday the answer of the auditw was Hied in court. Kvery as sertion of the complaint in eeiflcally acknowledged as true, but the defense set up that the drawing of the cash by Hughes was ojen and ublic and that the society had passed the time in which It should have acted. Several Chinese and Japance store keepers are under arrest in Phoenix charged with receiving stolen goods, and warrants are out against Lester Smith and John Forrester, charged with being principals in extensive thefts of the local wholesale grocery house. The men were delivery clerks and, it is claimed, dally overloaded their wagons and sold the unbilled gro ceries to the Chinese. Sever...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 March 1898
THK COCONINO SU.V. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR SUPERVISOR OF STREETS. I hereby announce myself as u candidate (or the offlce of supervisor of street, subject to the action of the voters nt the town election to be held on April 4, 1HW. J. II. Mohhk. FOR MARSHAL I hereby unnounce myself us u candidate for the office of town marshal, subject to the decis ion of the voters at the polls on Monday, April 4, J. L Dauoheiitv, FOR TOWN CLERK. I hereby announce myself as u candldato for tho office of town clerk, subject to the decision of the voters at the polls at the election to be held on Monday, April 4, 18UK. THOMAS A. HlCKEU FOH MARSHAL I hereby announce myself as n candidate for marshal of the town of Flagstaff, subject to tho decision of the voters at the polls on Monday. April 4, I8U8. H. c. OLNEY. i i - - FOR SUPERVISOR OF STREETS. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for tho offlce of supervisor of streets at the coming April election Tor town officers in the town of Flagstaff. Arltona. ...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 March 1898
jSOgtBSBKBBsesL&ummumuum THK COCONINO SUN. THE. Equitable Life Assurance Society OF THE UNITED STATES. Outstanding Assurance Dec. 31, 1897 $951,165,837 00 New Assurance written In 1897 150,933,693 00 Proposals for Assurance Examined and De clined : 24,491,973 00 Income -18,672,209 63 Assets December 31, 1897 230,870,308. 01 Heserve on all cxlsitlng policies, -1 per cent. standard, and all other liabilities 180,333,133 20 Surplus, 4 per cent standard 50,513,174 84 Paid Pollcy-Holders in 1897, 21,106,314 14 HENRY B. HYDE, J. w! ALEXANDER, President. Vice-President. iUi WAITCRN PARKHI HST 0i Genera! Manager New Mexico and Arizona Department. ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO. A. A. FISHER, RESIDENT ACENT, Flagstaff, Arizona. iBppB353B45BKilL
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 March 1898
a TMIMOCONM.VO SUN. SANTA FE PACIFIC R. R, CO, Condensed Time Card No. 2. (In effect January 2, ISW. v&xt. j EAST. ' STATIONS. No. I. No. 2. 10 (U p. m. Lv . ... Chicago Ar 9uup.in. 11 J) a.m. . Kansas City. . 7 05 p. m. 3 00 a. m. Denver . 5 0U p. m. 4 25 a.m. .I.u Junta IIMa.ni. 7 Ml i. in. Lv Albuquerque .Ar 10J5p. tn. suiu.ni. Wlngate. 5 35 p.m. 2 25 a. m Gallup. 5 10 p. in. 5 33a.m Holbrook .... Mil), m. 8 50a.m. ... Wlnslow 12 35p.m. 0 45 a. m. Flagstaff . 10 25 a. m. 11 10 a.m. Williams.. . 0 08 a. in. U 10 p.m. Ar .Ash Fork Lvl 8 05 a.m. l35p.mrLv .Ash Fork Arl 7.10 a.m. 2 27 p.m. Ar Jerome Jc Lv1 5 21a.m. 3 15 p. m. Prescott. . ) 4 30 a. m. 45 p.m. .Congress Jc. 12 55 a.m. 20 p. m. Ar .. Pluenlx Lv 10 ) p. m. 12 35 p.m. I.v. ..Ash Fork. Ar 7 40u. m 2 55 p. m. Pencil Springs 5 (17 a. nr 4 22p.m Kingman . 2 40a. m A 30 p. ro. . . The Needles II 25 p. m. 7 55 p.m. .Illake. .. 10 10 p. m. 10 05 p. m. liagdad 7 ui p. m. 12 30 a. m. . Daggett 4 25 p. m. 1 30 u. m. , llarstow ...
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 March 1898
H VI IK lOCON'I.NO SUN. l' 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 Touimii respecting scenic points of Interest, how to reach them, and cost of transportation and accom modations. To the IlKAi.iil-SKKKKit.tlic climatic Influence on the human system. To tho I.vviMioii ouSrixui.A-ioH.the various opening to get large returns from capital, both limited and unlimited. To the UoMK-nKKKMi, the various opportunities and un limited possibilities of funning in this section. Prices of horses, cattle, sheep anil lings. Actual statistics of our resources, such as water, coal, lumber, building stone, sand, lime, brick, copper mines, silver and gold mines, asbestos, water storage for Irriga tion and electrical possibilities. "We handle on commission all kinds of property and have now for sale city ...
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 March 1898
TIIK COCONINO SUN. I THE POINT T I H We wish to make is that we do i, I only Good Printing. A A) i; THE POINT I I I J We wish to emphasize is that ; j J we want your printing, and if you consult your best interest you will bring your printing to j us, The prices are right. J S j fww V I C M. FUNSTON, j J FUGSTAFF, ARIZONA. "i 1
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 March 1898
Lv 'miimmmmsBmaimmmmtBiigjasjM TIIK COCONINO SUN. , G. MILLIGAN, MANUFACTURER Or Brick and Lime, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER -. Estimates Made on any kind of Stone or Brick Work. I JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, " Flagstaff Precinct. B. HOCK, Stationery and- News Stand. FINE CIGARS, Domestic and Havana. Fresh Fruits and Confectionery. RAILROAD AVBNUB. Flagstaff Stenographic Institute. 1 BABBITT BUILDING, FLAGSTAFF, A. T. Stenotraphy and Typewrltlni JamM P McGovern, Instructor. at Short Notice. Munsfln,s fmm Systgm of sll0ftiald jaught nnestworK. by New Methods. Moderate Rates- Satisfaction Guaranteed. Fire Yean Practical Experience. Law work a Specialty. - I TERMS: $15.00 per quarter, In advance. NOTARY PUBLIC. TEL Collections Made In all Parts of Arizona. Affidavits. Atreements. Bonds, Deeds, Leases. Mortiates. Wills and Ltftl papers or all kinds carefully drawn. TELEPHONE NO. 35. - - l-w-r)s j wiprjifw f - i '. ' zrrrmrvnrsi k j mmmv vfgxm&i3tt&&gj
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 19 March 1898
T1IK COCONINO SUN. V I "H.MfJW 2 & w: .t. ., r C M. FUNSTON, ' v DO YOU WANT THE LOCAL NEWS? il All the local news of the week that is fit to print is to be found in the Coconino Sun, Published every Saturday.atFlagstan". the County Seat of Coconino County. T If you want the local news subscribe- for Tiir Sun. Subscription $2-50 Per lm' advance. PUBLISHER. rosffiswroror;?' yryrT' y, ?a
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 16 April 1898
xmmzmzi Aht i-V-y '- Vol. XV. Cfye Coconino Sin! FLAGSTAFF, APRIL 1, 1898. T. A. tlOKDAN. Utautr. M. I. tlOtDAN. SctirUrr. F. r. S1S30N. Tirmnt. THE Arizona Lumber and Timber Co. Miimifiicturt'm unil Dealer In ...PINE LUMBER... SURFACED MATCHED AND GROOVED, - SMigles, Flooring Ceiling, ? - Lath, Siding. r-i loxes, Rustic, Sash Mouldings, and Doors, Bridge and Mininr Tlmkrs, Piling, Stulls, Props, Lagging SAWED. CROSS-TIES I HEWN. Flagstaff. 3 2C Arizona. No. 12.
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 16 April 1898
MttttSKM TUB COCONINO SUN. r-H I) ft :. 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. POLLOCK, VkcPrcsidcnt. I SYKES BROS., 1 MACHINISTS and - MENDERS of any old thing. SYKICS BLOCK, FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA, "" - ' w HOXWORTH & FRIEDLEIN Aro Mill in tlio lMilnt.- of Tinninp Plumbing ff Tin Roofingo-Speeis!ty. All kinds of Tinwork and Plumbing done in ,a first class manner. Work from along the line of the Santa Fe Pacific Railroad Solic ited . . . . ..) Flagstaff,, Arizona.- i .. J- - tt i n in in iii iiiimn ma jim Hi. ! i I, , .... i - i 1
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 16 April 1898
fye Coconino Sun. I f Vol. XV. FLAGSTAFF, Al'UIL Ki, 18118. No. li "OLD GLORY." Come, raise our proud bunncr; up. up tilth 011 Olory. Let the Stan and Strli1 lie unfurled to our lew j "Tl tie Klait of our uutlon, lionoreil in storj-, With Its colors celestial -the nil, white ami blue. From school unl prior)'. From church steeple hoary. Let hosannas pent forth, to welcome Old Olory! O blest tie the hour thut ime birth to Old Cllory ! In the dajs when for freedom our forefather rose: When the innid Miss Hoss, In tints uf Aurora. Told of stars for our friends, and of stripes for our foes: When Whlir irropplcd Tory, On battle-Held miry. To conquer or die 'nealli the folds of Old Olory. O'er hilltop and alley, see Old Olory arise. From each hamlet mid fortress, and Capitol dome; Hark! How freemen now yreet It, nnd welcome the prize. From wi r-shlps unddory. It tells the proud story. Of battle-fields won, when led on by Old Olory. KllWAHIl 1. 1MV. OM THE WAY. It's n-eomtn' -ure us fate, f...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 16 April 1898
THE COCONINO SUN. THE IMMIGRATION COMMISSIONERS The Law Is Sustained By Judie Sloan In a Test Case In Maricopa County. Judge Sloan on Saturday lasf, sus tained the territorial law creating the office of county immigration commis sioners by finding for tlio plaintiff In the ca.o of Jordan vs. tho board of su pervisors of Maricopa county. Every principle of tho plaintiff was upheld, but oau contention was denied reducing the amount sued for by from $4(X) to fliOJ. The amount of tho plaintiff's claim was $1,200, Involving two years' servi ces' at $."0 a month. Major Jordan was appointed commissioner two months be fore the beginning of tho salary for which ho brought suit. At the end of each of those two months ho presented his claim to the board of supervisors and It was disallowed. He brought suit Wore a justice of tho peace and ob tained judgment. The case was ap pealed to tho district court and Judgo Baker found for the defendant. The commissioner's claims were afterward presented o...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 16 April 1898
"iir 4BS'ft'rW 1 n 1-3 THK COCONINO SUN. Stock Thieves- The following, clipped from the Ari zona News Is, pertinent in its appllca tion to our own county : Sales of largo cattle herds in this territory continue to bo reported. Garland and Ross, of Anil Fork, have hold their entire holding, estimated at almost 10,00!) head, to Frank Benton of Chjenne. Wyo. Their retirement is attributed to the depredations of rust lers. The Santa Uita Land und Cattle com pany are said to have contracted their herd, comprising about 303J head, to Vail & Gates. Cause, failure to tteeure protection from stosk thieves. J. N. Porter's recent sale is another instance in point. The announced intention of Col. .1. H. Hampson to closu out his magnificent herd for the samo reason emphasizes the seriousness of the situ ation. Cattlemen must have some pro tection from the various counties or they will go out of business. The sent iment of hostility to cattlemen which crops out at nearly every term of dis tri...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 16 April 1898
THK COCONINO SUN. Supposed Cattle Thieves. Wo aro Informed that thsre aro froai one to throo men camped In th3 Mogol lon mountains, in tho vicinity of the Sycamores and the Moony Trail. Their occupation In the snow-covered moun tains at this time of the year has led to the suspicion that thoy are there for no good purpose. All actions in connec tion with the men lead to the supposi tion that they are cattle thieves, and are probably of the same gang that composed tho Grant robbery. A few days ago one of the men came down to Aultman and secured a load of grub, re turning to their camp Thursday even ing. It Is strange, that being camped where teey are, they should choose Ault man as their purchasing point, when Flagstaff is ten or fifteen miles nearer and a much cheaper merchandise town. Sometime ago one of the parties was met on the mountain and asked where he was going. He made the reply that his horse was played out and they could fnotgomuch farther but that he had a camp just east...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 16 April 1898
SaBEasESEffiaSfc efe "IS TUB COCONINO SUN. Epworth Lcstue. The young people of the Epworth League met at the homo of J. E. Jones Monday evening lost and organized a reading circle. Oscar Gibson was cho sen president ; Mlna Jones, secretary, and Rev. C. P. Wilson, treasurer. Thirteen members were enrolled at the meeting. Tuesday evening was chosen as the evening for meeting. Bi-monthly meetings are to be held until the schools closc,when it is proposed to hold weekly meetings. The books taken up" are those prescribed in the regular Ep worth League reading course. They are all excellent works highly moral and literary in quality, and will afford pleasure and profit to the readers. The first regular meeting will be held at the residence of Daniel Wallace Tues day evening, April 10. KUIIdi In Verde Valley. t J A killing took -place on Monday at J the Copper Canyon saloon, there miles west of Camp Verde. William Horn, a saloon keeper, shot and killed Charles Ryall, a rancher. Both were d...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 16 April 1898
THE COCONINO SUN. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. Entered In the PostofHce at Flagstaff as second class matter. Issuod every Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars and fifty cents a year. In advance. Every paper Is stopped at the expiration of the time paid for. C M. FUNSTON, Editor. FLAGSTAFF, APKIL 10, 1893. It IS stated by an oxchange that in event of war Burko O'Neill will organ ize a cavalry regiment anil go to the war. In that event ho will probably carry the pjpulist party of Arizona with him. The fight over the post olllce ut Tuc son will conic to an end this week. It i9 announced that George W. Choynoy will receive tho appointment of post master. It is the only town in tho ter ritory where a vigorous, and it may bo said, vicious fight has been made on the appointment of postmaster. The public addresses of Gov. M. Mc Cord, made slnso his inauguration have been issued in pamphlet form. Many of thoJS addressee arj worthy of preser vation, as they contain much of interest to all'Ar'lzon...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 16 April 1898
t,jM'f-w!,m-atnjT- ,;,iri,taT TUB CO( ONIXO SUN. condition. The season mo fur has been a prosperous one for the stock raisers of thlx section. General Schofief.D, late commander-in-chief of tlio U. S. army, has ta ken a desk at tho war dep irtment and is acting in an advisory capacity to Sec retary Alger. Although retired, Gen. Schofield is Ht 111 under the president's orders, as are all retired army and navy officers, and a he In lieutenant-general lie would rank Major-General Nel son A. Miles, tho present commander-in-chief, i. e. should he ordered to ac tive duty. It is known that President MeKinley has a high opinion of the military ability of Gin. Schofield, and there lias much be mi discussion of the probtbility of his placing himinVom raand of the army In case of war with Spain. ij The shosp raisers have about cap- 'y tured all the grazing grounds in north ern Arizona. A Gila county cattle raiser complains tint tho ranges of th it county are being ruined for cattle by large b...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 16 April 1898
TIIK COCONINO SUN. wwwwvwwwwvwvwv I BRIEF LOCALS. I BRIEF LOCALS. vwvwvvvvvvvwvv Passenger train No. 1 was three hours lata estorday. Fresh fruit and vegetables arriving daily at Collin's. Tho board of supervisors will meet again on tho 20th Inst.' The weather during the past week . has been sumraerllke. If jou want to Hiuoku a good cigar for 5 cents, see the Hrownle. Bricklaying will commenea on tho .1. W. Weatherfordbulldingnextwcek. If you want a good cup of tea or coffee, the best Ik the cheapen, at Coffin's. Deputy Sheriff C. A. Hush is after tax payers of Flagstaff for a lltof their taxable property. A. A. Dutton is building an addition to his residence on I'hivnix avenue. .T. A. Wilson has the contract. Tho new eoujieil will probably take hold of tho town affairs next week, as the old council will havo linished the business to date by that time. Rev. (,'. I Wilson Is now financier of Flagstaff Lodge No. 13, A. O., U. W. and to whom members should pay their dues and assessment...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 16 April 1898
Hmummpsxtohrsnina MX THE COCOXIXO SUX. ny have graveled a portion of the grounds around the depot and It Is their intention to snivel the entire yard. It will lo a deelded Improve ment over the cinders thut now cover the grounds. V. W. Stout, the Bcllemont rancher, was in town attending election (just to see the sights.) He did not bring the lest with hlra as he Kays he has not had any mail for three weeks on account of the small-pox. Ho has not dared to go to the po-rt ofllee over nt Bellemont. Preaching services at the Methodist church, tomorrow Sunday. Subject of morning discourse: '"The Power of Prosperity to the Church.'" Evening dNcourxc: "Partial Obedience." All are cordially invited to attend, these service. C. P. Wilson, Pastor. Deputy Treasurer Cornish sold the property on the delinquent tax roll Wednesday. There were but few bid ders at the sale, the general opinion ta Ing that property sold under the pres ent tax law was invalid, so the Territo ry was thu purchaser of ne...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 16 April 1898
THK COCONINO SUN. Ho In now lining up a club room otl the billiard room. The room will bo hand somely lit ted up and spacious enough to hold meetings and cui3us.;:i in, and it will bo a convenience to the public an well as to the gues of the house. dpf. Hinkley kindly showed tho SUN reporter tho plans of tho proposed wa ter works system from Fort Vnlley. The plans are comprehensive and the proiwsltlon of Messrs. Goodhue, HlnV ley und Gosney should receive the full consideration of tho council. The cost of determining tho supply of water in that locality is comparatively small, und tho council should give these gen tlemcn a chance to demonstrate their proposition. M. Lander, who lives at Mormon Lake, wus in town this week and told of the loss of his residence at that place. Last fall Mr. Landers, with his family, moved to Verde valley, where they spent the winter. On his return to Mormon Dairy last week, where ho expected to llnd a comfortable home, he fjund a heap of ashes. During h...