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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 May 1898
.in: oconino sin p 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 tlio Toiuuvr rcspcctiiif? scenic points of interest, how to reach them, ami cost of transportation and accom modations. To the HKAl.lll-sWhHi, the climatic Influence on the human system. To the Miolt on SricuLAioit, the Miriou. openings to get large returns from capital, hoth limited and unlimited. To the IFomk-skkkhi. the arious opportunities and un limited possibilities of farming In this section. Priced of horses, cattle, sheep anil hogs. Actual statistics of our resources, Mich 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 and country pr...
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 May 1898
TUK (UCuXlXo SL'X II ' THE POINT I We wish to make is that we do y only Good Printing. 2C y I THE POINT I c We wish to emphasize is that S e we want your printing, and if S c you consult your best interest S c you will bring your printing to S c us. The prices are right. J?c S Mm i C. M. FUNSTON, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. C
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 May 1898
Till: OCONINo SIN ; C, MILLIGAN, MANurAcruncn or Brick and Lime,! CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Estimates Made on any kind of Stone or Brick Work. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Flagstaff Precinct. B. HOCK, WWWWW"1- Stationery and- News Stand, FINE CIGARS, Domestic and Havana. Fresh Fruits and Confectionery. RHIUROnO avenue J F. W. UUSCOE r I Vnv '"J11"'"- '" drills, pitent niedi- " ' cine, toilet mill f.uiev hi tide-., books Practical Shoemaker nmi otutimiety no to the Located In the Hoxworth building would PirmpPr Hi'llO StfllP inform the public that he Is jirepared ' lUllLCl IV 1 11 OLUIC to do nil kinds ofShoi' ltcpalring i'1'lic oldot, largest mid lieit in north nt reasonable prices, isatls- I him Arizona. faction guaranteed. D. J. BRANNEN, Propr. rostomoe Jevrelry Store! d. A. JVIHURER, Proprietor. Practical Watchmaker anil Jeweler. Dealer In Watches, Clocks, Spectacles and .Silverware, ltcpalring carefully done. Postoflice building. T, UU. Paxton tflhisky & - - St.'iinpe.l in lioiul Sol...
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 14 May 1898
jlMwWi 1 I 'J'llK OMXO SUN ! f IB "s f C. M. FUNSTON, DO YOU WANT THE LOCAL NEWS? All the local news of the week that is fit to print is to he found in (he Coconino Sun, Published even' Saturday at Flagstaff, the County Seat of Coconino County. If you want the local news subscribo for Thk Sun. Subscription $2.50 1 payable in advance. WWW PUBLISHER.
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 May 1898
5WJWW? T t ' r A Vol.. XV. -y i Cfye Coconino Sun. FLAGSTAFF, MAV.2I, IMS. ivwywyyAAAMM1 T A. KIOPDAN. Mjiugcr. F V llSSON Trtnurcr VMVWV M.I RIOPDAS. Snrrury. THE Arizona Lumber and Timber Co. Miintifnrluivr .nil lk-.iltr In ..PINE LUMBER... SURFACED MATCHED AND GROOVED, Flooring, Shingles, Ceiling, ' Lath, Siding, ' Boxes, Rustic, Sash Mouldings, and Doors, and Mining Timbers, Piling, Stulls, Props, Lagging, sawed. CROSS-TIES I HN. Flagstaff- Arizona, NO. 17. I inwfmwt
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 May 1898
ll i! Tlifi COCONINO SI X 1 I - 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. T. J. POLLOCK, President. T. E POLLOCK, Cashier. C. H. EDWARDS, Assistant Cashier. I SYKES BROS..: MACHINISTS and $ MENDERS of any old Jhing. HOXWORTH & FRIEDLEIN Arc Mill in tin lwinis of Tinning! Plumbing Tin Roofing a Specialty. SYKES BLOCK, FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA, i All kinds of Tinworlc and Plumbing done in a first class manner. Work from along the line of the Santa Fe Pacific Railroad Solicited uaS.MjaJi Flagstaff, 1 Arizona. v. i T
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 May 1898
r Zty Coconino Sun. Vol. XV. FLAGSTAFF, MAY l!l, M)i. Xo. 17. "BLESS THOU THE GUNS." Hid In enrth's caverns deep. In the cold ores asleep. Or In the lliihtnlmr'H thrall, rorra waits fur Freedom's rsill ' Out of thy mountains ohl Thou mivSt the Iron we mold. And the stern tempered steel Tollbert) we seal, M.iv c thv iflfts of might INe well to sen i' the right: And may our righteous wrath l.ciiic clear for ieace u ).ith Hless thou the guns' Not worn with ancient hale We the llr-t shock iiwall: Not that our Saxon kin Ii mined the Armad.i In. Hut that thy word m Ik No empty prophecy: That faith mav rise, restored Hy thunienglngsword. We out of peaceful ways Turn to the power that slats. Out of the liattle's flame I.onl. bring us fni- from blame -Hless thou the guns' Ijird, at our l cry door. Heath clutches tit thy ir. And stricken liberty Italses her hand to thee. Iord, 'tis our task to do If thine own word lie true: Thou whothostars has blent In the Han's llrmament Thou who to Freedom...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 May 1898
w Uagagjggf""' " ilfl- T1IK COCONINO SUN PORTO RICO. Some Interesting Facts About this ' t!l, 0,,1,,e'"- . 1 111 I'lilnf it-own and assisted by a junta of mili- Island Porto Klco is tho fourth in size of the Antilles. It lit;:) southeast of CuIm and Is separated from the island of San Do mingo by a strait sixt.v-two miles wide. Tho island forms an Irregular parallel ogram 108 miles long and about thirt soven miles wide, having an area of 3,iViU square miles. From east to west it is traversed bv a range of hills. The highest district Is in the Sierra de Logulllo, near the southeast coast, where tho peak of Kl Yunque rises more than 3,(i00feet. The Island is watered livnlmnt 1 naint, .., of which nearly fifty are considerable l b btel,,tn ,lmt photographs can be t.ib-.tti .f tl..... I... .- ii .. ifruy wans, me cit of the ishiml. :il- tliough not the largest, is San Juan, on mo norm coast, with iUKH) Inhabitants. It is built on an island connected with the main by a bridge and causewa...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 May 1898
Till-: cocoxixo si'X FIRE AT KINCMAN. havinc in ru-tMl the notorious outlaw .iiitl all-iiiounil liul-iuan. Hill Kwins A Block of Business Buildings Cone j n ., ,, sl faro Kin. Msl.,. Up In Smoke. IllMmt ,,,.,.,.., m(lnths K. Kvans Kinman, Arizona, Muy U Fire Wil captured and j.'ot ten years in the limku out In the warehouse of '' , I)0liit.ntia!- for It. but i-mmim.i1 from White HUlrt MIiiIiik company lit rM . eri If 'while n,u latter was lirlnjr o'elock today. The w ind at the time .. him ,,, Ylmu i, jumping out of the was blowing at fill miles an hour. Tlu- ,.,,! window, although handcuffed and uareluuise was uloni,'. side the freight h)m(,k!(.(1 .lt . tilm. xti,in was tracksof the Santa Fel'acilie railroad. h(,m, fl1)1)1 ,lim mlti ,, 0,,k wlu. and alxmt M) feet from the business ,. ,(llrilI1 ,,..( iri,ls to hold up a Iioiim's on north Railroad street. The ,,.". ,",. llt Xecilk". H- ap llames from the burning warehouse I)I(M,.i1(.,i t. ,,,,, ,,.,, mid was -l-ot across this space a...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 May 1898
Tin: Coconino sun Meeting of the Grand Lodge. Tucson blossomed out in tlajjs unci Imntltitr lust week in honor of the meet ing of iho grand ltxljju Knights of Pj thins. Thu gathering imparted an uir of guyetv to the streets and such proceedings us were public attracted much iittentloti. The chief public demoustrutlon was thu parade of the Dramatic Order of thu Knights of Khorussan, Which bears thu s.nnu rela tion to thu general organization that thu Shrine does to thu Masons. This occurred on Wednesday evening and was enjoyed by u throng that almost blocked the principal Htreels. Of course part of thu proceedings were not of public interest and such we pass over. Jerome was selected us the next plueu of meeting and thu following grand officers were elected : Past Grand Chancellor .J. (J. Piiteh urd. C. G. -.1. A. Knoblook. V. G. V..-V. II. Moore. Prelate Heeso Ling. O. K of K. S. Hurry Drachmun. (J. M. of B.-C. H. Coble. G. M. of A.-(5eo. U. Porter. G. I. G. Steve Hoemer. G. O. G. U...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 May 1898
THK COCONINO SUN lie called ukhi for duty anywhere with in the country. For such duty they ne-il not ho asked to volunteer: they arc liable without being linked. If any put of the country is to bu stripped of it- garrisons to wend troops to Ai1mlr.il Dene, the places of those garrisons could he lllled, temporarily at all events, hy the National (iuard. They are as much at the call of the President for service wilhiu the United Slates as i the regular army. Thin fact should not lie overlooked. X. Y. Sun. Tne American Navy, Cuba and Hawaii. A iKirtfolio, in ten part-, sixteen view- in each pan, of the llnest half tme pictures of the American navy, rtili.iund Hawaii, has just been lued lit a Chicago publishing house. The Santa I-V raeilic railioatl has made arrangements for a special large ' edition fur the benefit of its pttrons. and a secitnen jopy can bo seen at the local ticket ofllce. Single pirts max lie had at ten cents each, the full set, out hundred anil sixty pictures, costs ...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 May 1898
TUK OX'OXINO SUX hc (Coconino im, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. Knterod In tho l'ostortlce nt Flagstaff lis scvond- class matUT. Issued etery Sutunluy. Subscription price, two rtollars and ttfty cents u jcar. In udanc Kvery paper Is stopped ut the expiration of the time paid for. C M. FUNSTON, Editor. FLAGSTAFF, MAY 21, IS!!:. TUB first batch of recruits for Ad miral Dewey hits already started from San Francisco on tho cruiser Charlos ton, and others are to go as fast as the ships to carry them e.m he got ready. Tho administration has fully decided that tho Phillippine islands are to be held at all hazards during the war. What will bo done with thorn after wards has not leen officially considered, hut the sentiment in favor of retaining thorn is rapidly growing in congress, and ono mumlier of tho cabinet is cred ited with having said that ho favored keeping I hem. THE administration lias received di rect information from the commander of tho insurgent army in Cuba which makes it evident that ...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 May 1898
T1IK COCON'INO SUN : V TlIK annexation of Hawaii has been thought to lc so well laid that tho bat- imieh discussed during the past week, tie will be of very short duration. All or those who favor our keeping the Washington, Max 2(1. The startling Philippine inland arc anxious to hurry m,WH ms ;(,lkt!1 ()Ul tlmt Sampson is up Hawaiian annexation. The house mm ,n tI,lltin,, ,,nxiinit. with Admi committee on foreign relation- has fav-' r;ll (Vl.ver!ls .lI1(1 llis ll((.t f Spanish orably rcorted a joint resolution pro- warsl,jWi ilI1(l thM tlle Oregon. Mari- liding for tlie annexation of Hawaii. etta, HutTalo. Harvard. Montgomery. and it will he adopted by the house. r m)N .1l(1 Su tm1 .,,. with samp aiid senators say it can lie forced rt)1). ,.,,, k is mm. !Umittt.,i tMt through the senate in two or three u-ommdore Sampson coaled from col-n-ks. The other side of tlieanuea- nt.s tl. Windward passage, tion question is represented In a re.-o-( The jml(.unt news tliat Sampson is lution off...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 May 1898
jHmJWMMWMBBBWK'T?-' r'hnwa 'I'HK COCONINO SUN - i t i ! : I Men For The Navy. Washington, May 2l. The senate this afternoon passed a bill irovi(linjr tor the enlistment of ."i,(W0 men for the n.ivj to servo one jeur. Madrid Celebrating. Umda., May 20.The people of Mmh ill are. to-day celebrating Admiral Cer v. eras' safe entrv into the harlMir of Santiago do Cuba, anil claim it is a jfre.it victory. The dates of sales are on tho follow ing davs: .hmc 1, l." and 2!l, Jul 2, Hi anil 27, August 2. 17 anil .'11, continuous passage each vvav east of San Her naiilino. Stop over allowed ut pleasure westofS.ni llcrn.udlno. Tickets good for ill) da.s. i-'op fui titer information upplj to ('. W. Davis, Agent. Something Colng to Happen. Ke West, Fla., Ma 20. Kvents of surprising interest are expected to de- elop hero within the net twentj-foiir hours. An important movement is now under way but the details ale not al lowed to pass tho press censor. Outgeneraling Us. Iondon, Maj 20.- In foteign ...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 May 1898
Hi TIIK COCON'INO SUN HIS DOOM DRAWING NEAR. Overall Thieves. Prrr0A9CFarpeTn ffKlkf "- W. Weatheiford ., 7:. o clock rls some unforeseen accident Thu,da evening and one of them anient should happen, or unless ,h, ' '" ""' I"" "J pernor of the territory should in,,-.- ''-' '; ""; " . . . stran"er walked down the store and ikm; ft Hi u reprieve or commutation "'"''-' " ,.,,, 1 , , , , hi. stoimed at the mural, counter Ion;; of -entente, the time of James Parker, ""I'l-" l ,., . ,, , , ,..,1,1...,. ,, enoii'' h to pick up three pairs and put murderer and alleged trail, rolilier, on " ' ' ,.,..',,, ,. .... i i.i the... under his coat. J his little fide ...irth in limited to two weeks iin.l three -'" '" ?..,,.,, ... . ,, i n n was observed I -Mr. Weatlienp.il ,l.i . The date for tin execution has ! r"v i'.r, 7 iw,,,, ... -i .....i.t and as the thief joined his companion been set for rriday. .Mine .1. hlicilll !,,,. , , , . imd the were aliout to leave trie More, ItutTner him already eon...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 May 1898
ipsr. w thi: h onino siw I BRIEF LOCALS. J cwwvwwwwwwvwwww Coffin's telephone is No. 27. ('.ill me up. at Fresh vegetables, benles, etc Coffin's. Snow on May Hi, hut summer w either on May IT. What next? Mocha unil Java coffee 2.1 cents per pound at Collin's. I am giving flee 1 dut-pan with every broom purchased. (J. H. Coffin. E. S. Gosnoy left Monday on a busi ness trip to Kaasas and lie will be ah two weeks. J. D. Newman left Siturday for a two week's visit with his family in i-ios Angeles. Alfred H. Franklin, u bright member of tho Phci'iiix bir. Hiunt several days heio this week. Mrs. S. S. Acker cimo In finiu Apache Muld Monday and will icmaiu several days. Hemember the entertainmunt given by tho ladies of the Piesbytcritin ehuich on Thursday night. II. J. Cleveland, agent of Sicaton In dians, died at the agency on May 18. His f uncial took place in I'hirnK on the following day. (i. A. Mllbuin of Aberdeen, Wash ington is in town and eimleinplates lumalning in Flagstaff. Heishc...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 May 1898
TILK COCON'INO SUN fv Hutu, nl he left on this afternoon's tiiiin (dp S.m Antonio. Texas, where the regiment is being organized. The best wishes of oup people go with him, ,i he has become verj popular in 1'rcs pott. -.lounml-Miiu'P. The following ladies and gentlemen arrived Tuesdaj morning and are reg istered ut tliu New Hank Hotel: Mr. J and Mrs. W. K. Weaver: Mr. and Mrs. I 1.. K. Hamshecr; C. 1'. Calleus: Waldo Ilurdisou, Bradford, l'a.: J. H. Lcouaid: (i. H. Craw fonl and H. Heaslj, Pitts burgh l'a. They left for the (irand Can on of the Colorado river Wednes day morning and will visit the oints of interest in this vleint. Notice To Teachers. The next teacher's iii:u-terl exam ination for o TtilleattM to teach in Co conino ouni, Arizona, will le lield at the eoiirt house in Flagstaff on Monda and TnuMla), .Inne fi and 7, lh!)S. N. fJ. Lavto.w Chairman Ixniiil of examiners. Water For Irritation The railroad compau de-ire to give the eitiens or the pinion of the town as good ser...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 May 1898
r "- THK COCONINO SUN Company I., N. G. A., in full uniform, will march from their armory It) attend tho service. Thu church will ho sjee iully decorated for the occasion. On Memorlul day the ceremonies will Ihj held In the afternoon and evening. The members of the (5. A. 11. and all old soldiers of either side who fought in the rebellion, together with thu cit izens will meet at Emerson high school at 2 o,clock p. m. prompt, to attend the exercises to be given by the pupils of the school. The procession will form after tho exercises and march to tho cemetery hi the west end of town and decorate tho graves there. A special (.quad will Ihj detailed to decorate the graves in the cemetery south of town. In tho evening at 8 o'clock sharp at Babbitt's opera house the closing ceremonies or the -day will be held, i Judge II. K. Sloan of I'res.-otl, has kindly consented to deliver an address. The opera house will Ihj appropriate-, ly decorated in honor of the unknown dead and the noblo band...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 May 1898
TIIK (OCOVINO Sl'N y m ih" in r.mjjunient-. for u special largo lie li.til expected. Indeed the tnsiii eriitinn for the benellt of It- pitrons, ' yent were understood to be negotiat and .1 specimen ropy imh he seen ut the ing with Coveinor Gener.il August! for lucil lieket otllce. Single (Mil! nmj the execution of a p.ieifie settlement as lw had ilt ten cent- each, the full set, I arranged b them some months ago. oat liundred and sixtj pictures, costs The gieatest peril to the inhabitant of Will one dollar. Subscriptions for the ' Manila would arise fiom the MildierH of etin.i lie left with the agent. I" view the gai i ion in the event of a famine f the" present excitement regarding K ' '-a " "f ti.ebloekade. (alia these pictures are or timel. j Will Protect The Trout. 'all at the ticket otllce an see them. , .;. m. IIik-. tfi ritorlal Ji-.li and game ARIZONVS MEW STATE CAPITOL, i commissioner, has apin.inted Lewis H. i Tliom.is, assistant commissioner. Mr. Will Be Partlv Constructe...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 21 May 1898
ATj3Cfl'AJJIS8'B i3r THK t-OCONINO SUN K There is grave apprehension too for tho safety of war supplies stored at Tampa and Key west tuul for tnxips at Fort Tampa. MoKlnley on a Strike. Washington, May 20.- The repnt that President MeKinloy Inn threat ened to reorganize liis cabinet is not without continuation. He says that during tho last month Spain lias ad vanced full one hundred per cent, and we not any. The authorities here are In great turmoil. Regarding Sampson. Washington, May 20. Naval oIlleiaN are very letieent as to thewheiealtouts of Sampson's Meet. It is almost cer tain, however, that his lleet has put in to Key West, there to replenish his sup ply of ammunition, coal, etc., as it is known that during the lonibardinent of San Juun nearly his whole supply was used, and as Kej West is his neat -est iKlnt, thoie is hut little doubt that he Is there. Fire at Williams. Williams,Ari..,Ma 20. (Special.) -This evening at 11:40 o'clock a Hie broke out in the Williams steam laund...