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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 May 1898
THK COCONINO SUN the attention of ereribody In the terri tory. Tho celebration should not be overlooked thin jear. There in no truth in the reiort th.it siiallpox has broken out again at Hellemont. T. K. I'ulllam has a brother in the California regiment of volunteers which left for the I'hilliplnes this week. Postmaster Coalter is making pre juration to move into the new post of-1 lice the first of tho month, and he may i move Sund.tr if the building is rjadv." J. T. McWilliii'ii. deputj assessor, I returned this week from Williams where ho has been the past three weeks assessing property. He added Mli 7411 to the assessment rolls. All members of ('.. I, N. (J. A. are requested to meet at the Armory at 10 o'clock sharp Sunday morning. May 2!l. , to attend Memorial day h rrieess.it the ' Catholic church at 11 o'elo.-k. John D.irldit, a lab rer in the cinder . pit at llellmont, was caught between ' two moring cars Wednesday and a loose plank htrue!: his leg, cutting it to the b'jne ab...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 May 1898
1? ESSSEESESii??!?' A THK COCONINO SUN hi 'S Charles P. French to bo first lieu. I Pretbyterlans Entertain. tenant of Company A, with rank from a large and appreciative audience meJT' Dunne ,o bo second cu. Wd the ladies of the Presbyterian tenant of Companv A, with rank from church, at Habbltt s hall on Ihursduy May 4, 18i)8. Also: evening at which time they gave an entertainment and fair. Several r n. ril.. ......... ... l... t!.. l:.... ' ....7..... t. A'.. : "... i ... .i . ... .1 f...... Iwotlw in the re.ir end of the hall weie luitiiitt wt imij'.tii A iiti luurv uwui May 21, 18!S. Cood For the University. Governor MeCord on learning Mon day afternoon that the United Suites supremo court refused to contlrm the Algodoues grant by sustaining the de cision of the court of private land claims, tit once took measures to make selection of some of the choice sections of the hind contained in the limits of the claim for tliu benetlt of the Univer- lllled witli sweetmeats and articles o...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 May 1898
THK IM.ON1NO SUN k Distances. Hampton Houds ti llaan.i ll.unptim Hoads tn l'orto Hleo lij West t Haiana Key Wet to Mo Janeiro Ki West to l'orto Itlco Ke West to Cnpo Verdi- Islands Klo Janeiro to l'ernambueo Caiio Virile Islands to l'ernambueo Cadiz to Canary Islands Cadiz to Caie Venle Islands. Cadiz to Sew York Cadiz to l'orto Hi New York to Manila Sin Francisco to Manila Martinique to Curacoa. Curaeo i to Clenfuczos. Curacoa to l'orto Klco Curacoa to Hniann (west end Cuba) Curacoi to Havana (east end Culia San Juan to Havana San Francisco to New York l.i (' Horn New York to Havana New York toCndlz S in I'ranclsco to Honolulu Honolulu to llnnir Konir Horn.' Kon to Manila San Francisco to Yokohama Yokohama to IIonirKonir Kej West to Clenfucfii Cape M.ilsl Clcnfuesnis to Santiago lie Cuba ajx' Miles I 15 timi) Ml JHXI I ! ssm I urn 1 T(l ton! I 2.iiio 2 Tint II (i fi S.M ! vm 1 (ftl ar 1 .'ilhl I r Hi I I ft) IH1IU 1 21 'i .1 12" 2 01I I Nil (till J .'ll .V)ii 0.(5 tr, ITS I Hudsiin...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 May 1898
THi: COCONINO Sl'N 3i. Why Austria Dislikes America. Austria, which is Inking the lead ill tho plot to interveiioagalnstthe Uuit'd States, lias several le.isons to dislike this country, anil every ono of these reasons is creditable to lis. When tho Unltt.il States in 1821 warned the Holy Alliance -Hussia, Austria, Prussia and Hourlion Franco -to keep its hands olT the nations of the American eintiiient which had just gained their independ ence of Spain, it won tho 1 isting enmi tj of the Vienna government. True, Austria was only one of the members of tho alliance, and not the most con Hpicuous either, for Uu-sia played the role of dominant partner. A certain Austrian statesman, however, was the inspiring; inlluenco of the league. His voice was more potent in its councils than were tho-e of the (Var Alexander I. of Francis I of the Hapshurg mon archy, of Frederick William III of Prussia, or of Louis XVIII of Franco. This was Prince Metternich. who, from 18l)!l to 18J8, was Austria's ...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 May 1898
TIIK COCONINO SUN IuiIIuh' callitiff Piiiil-, in this correct stvle, printed in the. latest fopper-plate -I'fipt ut this olliee. Notice to Creditors. Kstate of Nora Moore, un Insane person. Notice N hereby given by the undersigned, guardian of the estate of Nora Moore, un Insane lT-on, to the creditors of uml all person hav lntr claims ugalnst the said Nora Moore, to ex hibit them with the necessary vouchers. lthlii four months after the first publication of this notice to the said Kuanllan at the office of the lounty recorder In the town of I'lagstaff Arl 7oni'. the same liclng the pluce for the Iran1' tlon of business of mild estate In said count) of Coconino. T. K. 1'1'I.I.IAM. (luardlan of the estate of Nora Moore, an In sane erson Dated this SJlh day of Ma v. ItW. Hirst published In the Oh-onivi Sun May -I IKSis. IT-M. Notice of Sale of Real Estate. Notice Is herebv given that In pursuance of un order of the I'robate Court In and for thecountv of Coconino territory of Arizona m...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 May 1898
TUB COCONINO SUN PUBLIC OPINION ANNOUNCEMENTS. LODGE DIRECTORY. 3,000 Papers in I quahh thiw:, ntmm o k.m For M Months for -." cents You can feel the great pulse of the United States by reading Public Opin ion, which quotes opinions from Atlan tic to Paelllo on all liuHU'tunt ques tions. In no other way can jou become familiar with the sentiment of over state and with the opinions of over faction in ever state. President McKinlo, Senator Allison, Senator Hanna, Hon. Win. .1. Hi-yan, The Oov ernor of Canada, and the Spanish Le gation at Washington arc among thu recent ubcril)jrs for Public Opin ion. They want it because it gives the public opinion of the United States. Doubtless ou will conclude to send us i" cents for M months' subscrip tion. Paper will be stepped at expira tion of this time. Ilegular subscrip tion price, C-.."iO per ear. Sample copies free. Address Puiimc Opinion. New York, N. 1 . ......... L1..i. ..ff l. Ci.i I1'!, Il ? SllTW lit ? lfVlS .III .-Ul.-l.-ll III l.ll ...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 May 1898
t f TIIK COCOM.N'O SUN ...THE... Equitable Life Assurance Society OF THE UNITED STATES. Outstanding Assurance Dec. Ill, 1S!)7 jllJI.ICji: (H) New Assurance w ritti'ii in 1Mt7 ir(i,!l."i,ii!).1 IXI Proposal" Tor Assurance K'ainiiicd :inil De clined 24,4!)1,'J73 00 Income IS,572,2G!I 53 AwtsDeceinher3l, 1WI7 2:i(i,870,:iS () Iti-M-rvi' on all evMtintf policies, 1 per rent. standard, and all other liahilitics 1MS,333,133 21) Surplus, I per rent standard 50,513,174 K4 I'aid Pollcv-Holders In 1WI7 21,10(1,314 II HENRY B.HYDE, J.W.ALEXANDER, President. Vice-President. WALTER N. PARKHURST, General Manaeer New Mexico and Arizona Department. ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO. A. A. FISHER, Resident Agent, - Flagstaff. Arizona.
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 May 1898
A TIIK tOl'OMNO SUN pi M m -- ------- --- ss&. oxmta cr DAnicrn d d rn All Work Guaranteed j ' ' I" ' Condensed T me Card No. 2. 1 In effect Jiinuarj -V. IKih. G. N, Baty, and. Painter Paper Hanger I have tlic agency for tliu largest wall paper manufactory in this United States. if 1.000 SAMPLES to select from. V- - - LIQUOR STORE Whs I ! KAS1 - - STATIONS. ' No. I. 'I Nn2 II) no i m. , I. .Chlcairo. . Ar! l no p. in II Jti.i. in. I Kansas Clt I 7 (fill m :llklll. Ill IK'IIMT.' I .MM p. in 4 i'ni. m. La J untu It Ml n. in 7 M p. m l.v Alliuqui'niw Ar ID -' I'- in 2 i u. m Wlninitf. i s :!' i. in 2 2.i u in. . (Inllnp . .'i ID p. in 'Mil m .Holbrook I II p in (I Si) a. in. Winston ! IS STi ! m l' l.i a. m I KlnirstulT 111 2Ti n m 11 III ii in. I Williams.. i I) iw m I.' Ill p. in. JAr .Ash Pork I. ertiu m 12 . p. in. ' l. .Ash Pork Ar tin. in 2 27 p. m. i Ar Jerome Jc Ia ! SI u in a ir p. m. l'rcscott 4 : a. n. il lip m. .Congress Jc. ' 12 '" u. m I) JO p. m. I Ar .. Phtrnlx L. m...
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 May 1898
'iik cocon'ixo si:. 'i 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 the ToriiiM respecting scenic points of interest, how to reach them, and cost of transportation :iml aecom liioihitions. To the I1km.tii-kfkhi, the climatic intlnenee on the human system. To tho I.wi.srnit oiiSri:cri.ron,tlie various openings to get large returns from capital, hoth limited anil unlimited. To the IIomk-ski.ki.h. the various opportunities and un limited possibilities of fjrming in tills section. Trices of horses, eattle, s.heep and hogs. 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 mill electrical possibilities We handle on commission all Kinds of property and have now for .sale cit...
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 May 1898
.rlCrau- I JfcN TL. -v. TIIK COCONMNO SUN THE POINT We wish to make is that we do only Good Printing, THE POINT We wish to emphasize is that we want your printing, and if you consult your best interest you will bring your printing to us. The prices are right. JTC C. M. FUNSTON, FLAGSTAFF. ARIZONA. f
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 May 1898
TIIIC COCONINO SUN , a MILLIGAN, B. HOCK, MNUrCTURCR or VWMWM" X f Brick and Lime, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Estimates Made on any kind of Stone or Brick Work. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, Flagstaff Precinct. and- Stationery News Stand, FINE CIGARS, Domestic and Havana. Fresh Fruits and Confectionery. RHIUROBD AVENUE. I. W. Harper Wilis ky Pig) Sold for Medical I'ur f poses only . S..li. Aaent for Arioim ...J.J. DOX.'IHU K T. XXX. Paxton lUhisky " G - - Stfirnpetl in bond Sold by J. F. HAWKS at the Temple Bar For Purely Medicinal Purposes.
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 28 May 1898
Ji THK COCONINO SI'N i ' C. M. FUNSTON, DO YOU WANT THE LOCAL NEWS? W& All the local news of the week t li ait is fit to print is to he found in the Coconino Sun, Published every Saturday at Klagstah", the Oountv Seat of Coconino Oountv. !MW If you want the local news sulwcrihc for Tin-: Sr. Subscription $2.50 payable in advance. fRMfci PUBLISHER. UtLtMMiMi1 '' '" !"'" ' ' w ih'i' ' " I J
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 June 1898
?SSSSiSga&58W'gM3W"- '"" 's. ylOrt P- c-sirr 7- Cfye Coconino Sun. Vol. XV. FLAGSTAFF, JUNK 4, 18!)S. No. l!t. T.A. SIOIDAN. Mumr. M I. FIORDAN. Secnurr. - F.V. SISSON. Tnnvrtt. J ARIZONA LUMBER AND TIMBER COMPANY, Manufacturers of Native Pine Lumber, BOXES, LATH, SHIXGLES, SASH AM) DOORS. i PROPS, ST U LIS, . j; PTLTXG, l T7"AS, LAGGT.YG, ! ; Flagstaff , Arizona,
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 June 1898
rrfTfll I TI1K COCONLN'n HI N 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. .? :' H0XW0RTH& FRIEDLEIN An- Mill in tli liuine- of : SYKES BROS,, 2 MACHINISTS and ' MENDERS of any old thing. I Tinninp Plumbing l Tin Roofing a Specialty. . SYKHS HI.OCK, : I FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA, : All kinds of Tinwork and Plumbing done in a first class manner. Work from alonp the line of the Santa Fe Pacific Railroad Solicited ? . .-. ., J ' Flagstaff, Arizona.
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 June 1898
fy Coconino Sun. Vol. XV. FLAGSTAFF. JUNK 4, lfeltS. No. lit. STIFF-WINGED BUZZARDS. I wonder If the buzzard don't Oil mighty tlrtil o' Hyln' Des roun", an' roun'. an' roun' nil dny An' never sc2m a tryln' Togo nowhere, norfluthln' much. I.Ike Jaybirds does, an' crows; Hut Hops nroun' an' rides the wind An' sails the way It blows. I'eers like they'd want to rest the Jints. Sometimes. 'at's in thur wings; I'eers like they'd light down on the (.'round. Sometimes to look for things. Hut Uncle Kzra says they can't. He spects, stop sullln' roun". Jes' cos thur wings nits stiff an' won't Shet up an' let 'em down. An" Uncle Kzra. he shot one. An' killed hit dead one dav; Hut, shaw. hit's wings wuz tioth plum sot An' hit lleed on nwuv. Hut hit will shorelv drop some time. They uln'tno tellln' where: 1 'spect the wind haz blowed hit now A hundred mile from here. THE BURIAL OF GINGER JAMES. A spell I had to wait Outside the lurrlck Rate, r"or (linger James was p.jssln' out as I was passln' In...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 June 1898
rrfl WS55SSI TZ" in Hi TUB COCONIXO SUN Coast Well Protected. Colonul Captain. " After several weeks of work along Lieut. Colonel Commander. the entire stretch of the Atlantic and ' Major Lieut. Commander. gulf coasts, the nuvj deiurtment has Captain Lieutenant completed the most comprehensive , First Lieut ., . .Gunner Lieut. and ellieient system for observing tho Second Lieut .'.Knsign. approach of u hostile lleet that has ever I The pay of the o'lleers varies some been put into opeiatiou. A new bu- what, and is as follows: reau has been created for this put'ioo, Vice Ailmiral '. il,(MKI known as the coast signal service, in Hear Admiral (i.OOO charge of Cupt. Hartlett, who attends i Commodore ."),l!(H) to this, as well as to the work of the I Captain 4'ro naval board of information. The s--1 Commander Il.lilH) tern has the services of 2'itHI men, stretched along the coast from Bar llui-bor, Me., to Galveston, Tex. These are divided into .'U central stations, about i0 to 10J miles...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 June 1898
wsm Till: COCOVINO Sl'X y Lest Their Jobs. The con lets emp'ojed b the State of Arizona Improtcmenl compiil on its ditches, laterals and lands belou town, hae ln't'ii laid ol) anil taken back to the penitential-., theie to languish in durance ilc and without aujjht to oecup their minds, imill Mich time as the bit: eompaii a;ain sees lit to exer cise its contract with tin ten ltor. President Ives was interviewed re tr.tt ilinr the cause of suspension and he stated that the bit; diedcerat the head iiiXT Is unable to proceed further, as luirihae formed between it and the il er, pieentlnjr the water from c uu iny; in. and something will h.ictole done to oleir thi obstruction before the iltedjjer cm pioceed. lr a month or mole, while plins aio belli;,' pMfeetel tooercomc the ilitllcult. and while a le-suriej of the -Trade is Ih'Ihj; made, the coin ict-H will not hac an thin;: t do. -Yuma Sun. Volunteers Pay. The olunteeis areto tecehe the fol low i pi dining the present war: Kit st serge...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 June 1898
rdff 353i5ssi TIIK COCONINO SL'N J JfeJT TI1330 Morro Oa3tlo3. Keader.s (if war news mu-t be struck by tho nunilur of "Mjrro Castles" with which our forces have to do il. Ha vana's fori of that mime is the bet known building In Cuba. When Ad miral S.imp-011 went down 1 1 Porto Hico to shake up the Spmiards ih.'re the princip.il fortifications he h id t j deal with win another Morro Castle. And now oiimut the word of an attae'e by American war -hip-ton a third Morro Castle ut Smttago do Cuba, the mot impjrtant port in tho southeastern pirt of tho inland. Some reitler h ive prob ably wondered how It happened th it no such castles wen enoounteied at Matanas, Cardenas and Cionfuegos. Tho explanation of this recurrence of tho name "MorroCastlo' isfjund in the fact that tho word "Morro" means "promontory." Many of tho harbors of Cuba are remarkable landlocked lujs, opening to the sea through nar row channels, usu illy long and dejp. They are shaped somewhat like a man's hand, with thu tin...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 June 1898
m nm TilK CoroXlXo Sl'X '- dians forcible possession and then trou ble began which has been aggravated with the advent of each new Iniliiin fanner. Hogers, thu present farmer, last week undertook, with the iissistaueeof a num ber of Indliins, to take forcible posses sion of the ranch of A-hton XYbeker, lint thu latter drove olf the Indians with a club, and to avoid further trim-' ble, Mr. Xebeker came to Flagstaff to ' invoke the aid of the civil authorities. .1. It. Foutz and S. It. 'I'linier, citizens of Tuba City, came in from there on Wednesday and they say that on Mon day ltoer-1, with a force of '1M armed ' Xavajos, niarehed to the X'ebeker I ranch and destroyed his wheat Held and planted the Held with corn. ! Kogers threatens to take possession of other ranches in that place and says ' that he has authority to eject any set-' tier from thu public lands in that vi-' cinity and that he is going to do it if it I requires the aid of the whole I'ldted States army. ' It is possible...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 4 June 1898
d? "rSsftSBB I' UK lOCON'l.NO SUN he (Docouiuo Ctuit. FLAGSTAFF. ARIZONA. Entered In the I'ostofflco at FlasMaff us second class matter. Issued ctcry Saturday. Subscription price, two dollars anil tlf ty cents u year. In nd ance. Etery paper Is stopped at the explrntlon of the tlmo paid for. C. M. FUNSTON, Editor. FLAGSTAFF, .IUXK -J, 1 !)". The iiroiMised now regiment of in fantry Irmn Arizona will bo called tho "Bough Walkers." THE Orahum County Guardlun has tailed u lino special edition. It con tains muuh valuable infer. nation in re-HUi-tl to Graham county, :md has main line half-tone illustration!) within its twenty -six pages. THE Spanish lleet (lodged once too often wheu it dodged into Santiago do Cuba. It found gating into that har bor easy enough, hut tho ship compos ing tho Hoot will never cot out again, unless tlioy are brought out under tho American llujf. N'OTIUNU eould mine stiongly cm pluisUc tho searcit for broad-stulT in Kuropo than tin1 action of the French governm...