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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 June 1898
n TIIK COCONINO Sl.'N y "BRONCHO BILL" reason that they "were not convicted of this crime of train robliery."' The And Hi$ Partner Now In the Black River ordinary peace otlleer hesitate lieforo Country, going to the trouble und exienso of or- "Hroncho Hill" and his companion, ganizing a ixisse for the purpose of Hill Johnson, who hold up u train on rounding up outlaws, and then after the the Southern l'acilie, near Helen, New "'' is accomplished, knowing that his Mexico, last week, are now in hiding in J"st ,lilil" for remuneration will ho re- thc southern part of this county, in tlie pudiated on a techniealit.v. St. John's Hlack river country. Well known pat- Herald. ties have had long interviews with them. Both men are wounded. "Hroucho" is shot through the left thigh, while lohn-on "got it in the neck." How ever, lxith ure mere flesh wounds, from which they will soon recover and he in a condition to show up along the rail road right of way. They showed one person over 7,0110 the ...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 June 1898
glHHT!VHHHHHflH Jtfr nil", t ONIN'd Sl'N UNCLE SAM'S NAVY. ' TCfxBfl I SUPERB PHOTOGRAPHS OF UNCLE SAM'S NAVY. Most Magnificent Collection of Photographs , of this Character ever offered to I the Country. i The public mind has been so mightily , stirred by recent events In Cuba, espec 1 ally by destruction of the llattlcshlpl "Maine," and her gallant crew, that the demand for information respecting "Uncle Sam's Navy" has become ex ceedingly great, and this strongly re flects the patriotic sentiment of the country. Tub Wm-.ki v Sun, with char acteristic appreciation and enterprise has undertaken to supply this loyal de sire by issuing a superb I'ortfolioSerics of Photographic Views page size 11 x Ki; Inches, of our Hattleshlps, Cruisers, Torpedo Hoats, Monitors, Coast Defense I Hoats, Gun Boats and Auxiliary Ves-i sels; also pictures of our Xay Com manders, Drill Kxercises, Itig Guns and other interesting views, each Illustra tion being accompanied by text matter gUIng nil needful In...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 June 1898
'rrM,9m- - 'I'll I-; cocoviNn st'.v . ,V TERRITORIAL NEWS. I Con O'Keefo mid Tliimms Hines liuvo secured contract with the 1'nited Verdo CopjH'r company for 2,(.K,0.KI brick to bo made tit tint compmt's plant ;it Jerome Junction. Mr. Hines is a lirst-cltiss brick maker mid it ill un doubtedly turn out good brick. These brlek will be used in the cjinp.ini ' new building; which lire iritv being constructed. Jerome News. Mpb. I. (J. Cornish, the estimable ltetter hulf o Dr. Cornish, with her sin, will enjoy the summer months nt her old home lit Flagstaff, leaving for the went in 11 short time. They broke up housekeeping u few weeks ago and for the time being have rooms at Sturgcs' Kuropi'iin. After the hummer, Mrs. Cornish mid son will return to the city and renew housekeeping. Albu querque Citizen. Sot till or eight guards tie in let out at the territorial prison this week ow-' ing to the cessation of work by the State of Arizona Improvement Com-1 pany, which returned a large number o...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 June 1898
wKSBSsmKJ.mmru'r. ".ssa; r Till: coi-o.N'lMi Sl'N Itc (Coconino Cum. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. r.ntoreU In llio ItostoftUe at ri.11.-sl.1rf ns seconil- vlass mailer Issue-I eicry .satimlaj subscription price, two dollars ami lltty touts a jrar. In adiance. lit cry paper Is stdppol ut the expiration of the time paid for. C. M. FUNSTON, Editor. FLAGSTAFF, .1 US K 11,1 Mtf. I tweon tho two countries. This i the lli-st iceiproeit tie.il under the Dint: lo law, hut other sue in course nf ne gotiation. Under this tieaty France grants snhst.mtiiil concessions in the dtit upon Aiueriein metis unci nieitt products, and we up m French liquors, except champagne and works of art. WHEN the main urin of invasion , t;oes to Cuba it will c.trr four war' balloons made. In France, which will he operated 1 a trained corps of iteionauts undur command of Lieut, .Ins. H. Max-1 Held. Tho corps will he divided i tit ) two companies, each of which will have two balloons and all the paraphrcnalia needed to work th...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 June 1898
:e u fc' TIIK COCOXIXo SL'X the other members (In. Consolidation Spain nor to any one cite. We will as and merging smaller -tat.-, into larger sume that responsibility, and before ones and empires Is irresistible. No- this congress adjourns we will take cessity lies at the bottom of this great such action as will throw all responsi movemeiil." bility umh our own shoulders. If an- . .-i nexatlim does not prevail, owing to the JUST enough is known in Washing- failure of Congress to act, the president tonofthe movements of our army and cm seize the islands, and if he heeds navy to cause a general state of sup- the advice of those who are friendly to pressed excitement and expectation of him he will not lie slow in taking pos great nehievtnents by Ijoth branches of .esson of them. tho service. It Is known that a large nuiubei' of troops have embarked from Florida Kirt, and believed that a por tion of them have been lauded in Cuba for the purpose of assisting Commodore Schley to crush th...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 June 1898
TUB COCONINO SUN WOULD GO TO They Are Anxiously Awaiting An OP' portunity to Do Service. In pursuance to u circular letter dated the 28th day of May, 1S!H. I have preiKired the following; roll consisting of members of the comp inj and others desirous of going to the. front : F. C. HochderlTer, Captain command ing Company I. First Infantry regiment X. G. A. George. V. Glowner, first lieutenant. T. A. Flynn, J. M. Dohonor, F. P. Lord, Geo. Trobridge, J. O. Jones, X. B. Price, Geo. A. Brown, W. M. H. Fowler, Geo. C. Morgan, W. J. Codington, T. J. Alsdorp, E. Furrell, H. II. Cameron, David Lovell, ltiehard lteagan, W. M. Lee, .Jui. X. Gardner, Frank Donahue, Dan Casey, Joseph S. Shafor, Frank Wilson, Adolf Dillinau, W. M. Thompson, David Conrad. Jas. Wilkenson, John Itayati, Win. Malonev, T. A. ltiordan. James Henr, F. N. Dunnlgan. Geo. Milborn, James L. Smith, Albert Clark, M. F. Beale, Win. Ergm.inn, Jr. W. J. TeUlatr, Itollle Hlaisdell, John Murphv, It. E. Ford, Chas. Schmidt, W. t H...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 June 1898
mftitifWi T1IK COCONINO SUN CALIFORNIA EDUCATORS WAR NEWS. Viiil Flagstaff and The Grand Canyon of J The Coast Defense! At Santiago Have the Colorado River. j Been Demolished. A party of prominent ( illfornin win- Capo Ha. tlen. Ha ti, June 10. There cator urrive.l here Wednoda night is still no cable communication with to visit the points- of interest in this vi-' Culu. No war news reached here this elnity. morning. The members of the p.irty are D.ivid Starr Jordan and wife, president or Kington, Jamaica, June 10. The na Stunford Universiu : J. C. Hranner, the v.v awaits the arm. The fighting ships geologist and Milnor Itoherts of Sum- of I Jear Admiral Samp-on and Com mo ford : K. V. Stephenson, ('. L,. Goddard 'I"1-0 Sjhloy batteied down the coast and wife and Malcolm Goddard, Klhi ! defenses of southern Cuha and sealed Kirkland and Mary Alexander, of the up Admiral Cervera's Meet in the har Oakland school: T. II. Ilittell. Cath- bor of Santiago de Cuba by sinking the erlne Hitte...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 June 1898
yWMWJJB THE COCONINO SUN wwwwwwwwvvwwww I BRIEF LOCALS. cwwwwwwvvwvvvvvvvvw Host mu.it at Phelans. Dan't get tho new meat market. C. E.' Howard came in from Ash Fork Thursday. Tho Peoples' store is tho plaeu tosave money. Try us. 0. H. Edwards received a now ISttS Sterling bicycle Tuesday. Tho Peoples' store. Como and oxam- ino our goods and prices. , Go to Davln.son fc Crouiu's for Patent Pack Saddles boys. Prices reasonable. New meat market sells for cash only. but the very be-t always on hand. 2tttf by W. P. Frledlcln. lit t f . Itoburt Pulton of Zanosville, Ohio, and S. H. Pulton of Kansas City, spent a few days hero this week with their brother Harry Pulton. D. Coyne, a iost ottlee inspector from San Francisco, inccted the post otlico affuits hero this week and found every t liintr to his satisfaction. Hov. C. P. Wilson has received from George .1. Gould, treasurer of tho Maine memorial fund, a receipt for $11, tho amount sent from Flagstaff. The Peoples' store lias the largest...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 June 1898
TDK roro.viNu siw Louis Spiers left Thursday for Jo- Thursday night elected the following '"""-' ollleers for ihe ensuing term: J. II. Window will eelebrute the Fourth of Treat, .M. W.:T. A. Hlekel. F.: A. A. July In grand style. Dutton, O.: C. A. Hush, G.; C. M. Fun David Kinnle and wife of William. h,"-re-wlw: C.H.Wilson, financier: spent Tuesdav here. ' A- Wllsn. receiver: Clark Hitt. ,, ', , , , . -I. W.: JohnChrisholm, O. W. l-.very town in Arizona will have a Fourth of. I illy celebration except Flag- K' '-'"''"I''". " for many years wtaff. ' " has been herding large bands of sheep ir..iu...t i.'i....i . . :i i m. up the Otay, is now shipping them to Koliert 1'innii! and wife and Miss ..,, , . , ' ' " , , , ,. .,,, , , ., ... Arizona, where he has rented lands n (arm rinnie left for Heaver (reek ,,, , ... ,,.,,. . ,,, . ,r , .,, ,. . the vicinity of Hagtatl. The sheet) Wednesday. , . ., , , , . ' numbering .1,00;) are shipped from San Ceorgo Palmer the Western Union i)jt.,,0 ,...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 June 1898
S&few. TUB COCONINO SUN when you tell where thu government Is making iU mistakes, you don't make allowance for the fact that the gov ernment hasn't time to mop and jiolnt out where you may lw wrong." Parsonage Scorched. Alxmt 1 o'clock Monday afternoon smoke was neon issuing from the Pres byterian parsonage. The fire depart ment was promptly on hand and for a time It seemed that the building was sure to go up in smoke, but by hard work and plenty of water the fire com pany soon got control of thoflre. Nearly everything was carried out of the lower story during the fire and the contents of the second story wero thrown from the windows. The loss is estimated on thu building at $259, fully Insured. The purxonago is occupied by Harry Fulton and his loss will be $1."0, insured. The damagu is mostly from water and removal of furniture. Rev. C. P. Corner occupies a room in the parsonage, and was finishing soino photographs. Leaving the "dark" ro')m for a few minutes with a lamp burning...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 June 1898
?frfffy WHSWHMH TIIK (KONIS) Sl'N Sheriff's Notice or Foreclosure Sale of Real Property. In the District Court of the Fourth Jinllcl.il District of tho Territory of Arizona In n ml for the County of Coconino. The Arizona Central Hank h corporation, plaintiff. v. C. S. MiCorralck. Anna McCor mlck und C. 1'. lloyre, defendants. Under anil by virtue of an nnler of sale Issui-d out of the nbove entitled Court on the lith day of June, A. I . 1 Wrt, In the nloo entitled action wherein the aloc named iilalntltl obtained a Judgment und decree ualnst the above named defendants, which said judgment and decree was, on the Mth day of March. A II iwr re corded us a Judgment Hen nt paves 13 and 151 of hook docket of Judgments of said Court I am commanded to Nell the following descrllnsl property, to-wlt: Lots one and two In bloik thirty-three of Williams townslte as platted liy II. C. Nutt. trustee, all In the county of Co tonlno; Terrl'orj of Arizona, together with all and singular the tenements...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 June 1898
w i&3g&BiXZPff !&x'Htsmpimtd3m y- Tin: tocoxiNo sun A Complete Line of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware and Spectacles. : THE - Post Office Jewelry Store l Repairing neatly done and guarA antecd. 21 YEARS' EXPERIENCE. J.A.MAURER. J lAAnr v I Land Script For wile in quantities to suit locator, I from 41) acres up. Apply fJ. M. Slmp I son, Babbitt lilook. Tin- Niitional Kncu'iumietit of the Grand Ainn of tbe Republic, will be held in Cincinnati, Olili), tin Septumliui ri 10 HI int'luslvc. Kate for lomid trip j $7tUI. GEORGE HITT, SHOE MENDINC X PROMPTLY AND l CHEAPLY DONE. I ISIUer-Laced Wyandotte Eggs For Salt J For Setting Purposes. Call nt lies ' idence. -Tll-r MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK. THE OLDEST, LARGEST AND BEST. J, F. PEARCE, Special Agent, Flagstaff, Ariz. W. E, HARPER, Gen'l Agent, Albuquerque, N. M, ,s J. P. ARNOLDS k Watcli and Chronometer 1 .. REPAIR BR .. ij tS l-'7 Years Experience. Diploma onboHorolonlcallnHtluile. Lmle b V i bwltzerltiiKl. ...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 June 1898
T11H COCONINO Sl'N r 1 r ii B. HOCK, Stationery and- News Stand, FINE CIGARS, Domestic and Havana. Fresh Fruits and Confectionery. RAILROAD AVENUE. All Work Guaranteed GISUBaty, Painter and. Paper Hanger I have the agency for the largest wall paper manufactory in the United States. I 1,000 SAMPLES 4 to select from. J SANTA FE PACIFIC R, R. CO, i Condensed Time Card No, 2. Int fleet January a. 1WW. I s r EAST. j STATIONS. No. I. No. 2. I0(iop.m t. .Chicago.. . Ar (MiOp. m. ' II at a. m Kansas Clt) .. 7 05p.m. 3 mi u in IHnier. SiMii.ni i 4J.ia.ln I..I Junta II SO a. m 7 flop. m. I.v AllMKiui'mue Ar I0.fi p. m. I iila. m Wiugate. 5.13 p.m. -' rmm. ..Gallup. 5 10p.m. 5 3:1 a m t .Ilolbrook I 41 p.m. Ilu. in I Wfnslon W3.'p. ni I HI.') u. in Flagstaff III -T u. in. II IDu in i Williams.. IMWa.m. Ii 10 1. m Ar . Ash Fork Ly Hia. m. iliSkp.ni. I, .Ash Fork ....rJ 7 30 a. in. 2 17 p. m. Ar Jerome Jc H! A SI a in. .1 IS p. in. i 1'reseott. I 4 :0 a. n. StS p.m. .CongrvssJc. It .Via. in. 920...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 June 1898
i-fe mmmmzmmaatapsmMmasammaMmsmmaKm tui: uhonixo srx THE... Equitable Life Assurance Society OF THE UNITED STATES. . i. . Outstanding Assurance Due. 31, 1897 S951.105.8J7 00 New Assuranco written in 1807 150,955,093 00 Proposals for Assurance Examined and De clined 21,491,973 1X1 Income -18,572,209 53 Assets December 31, 1897 230,870,308 IU Kescrve on all exlsiting policies, 4 per cent. standard, and all other liabilities 180,333,133 20 Surplus, 4 pur cent standard 50,543,174 SI Paid Policy-Holders in 1897 21,100,314 14 HENRY B. HYDE, J. W. ALEXANDER, President. Vice-President. WALTER N. PARKHURST, General Manager New Mexico and Arizona Department. ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO. A. A. FISHER, Resident Agent. - Flagstaff, Arizona. vug i
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 June 1898
mtxazzr-'juiiimim TIJK I'OCOM.N'O SUN FLAGSTAFF Real Estate and Mining Exchange. The Only Reliable Bureau of Information In Northern Arizona. Accurate Data of Mines in Operation, their Output and Gom- mercial Value. Prospects, and their Actual Value. Information Furnished. To the Toriiivr respecting scenic points of interest, how- to reach them, ami cost of transportation anil accom modations. To tin: IIkaltii-ski.kk!!, the climatic influence on the human system. To the I.svr.sToit on SrKcui.AToit.the various openings to get large returns from capital, both limited and unlimited. To the IIo.MK-sKKKF.it, the various opportunities and un limited possibilities of fanning in this section. Prices of horses, eattle, sheep 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 and electrical possibilities. We handle on commission all kinds of property and have...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 June 1898
mztmm.ixw&mzmji&ait&uu!i. Ti TUB COCONINO SUN ..wfek F THE POINT We wish to make is that we do only Good Printing. 2 2C mm 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. Z wm C. M. FUNSTON, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA. iiiMjaaBista58aiiiPaBMEgwwi!SB'g''" i
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 June 1898
Ms' TIIK COCONINO SUN , a MILLIGAN, MANUfACTURtn Or Brick and Lime, CONTRACTOR AMD BUILDER Estimates Made on any kind of Stone or Brick Work. V JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Flagstaff Precinct. LIQUOR STORE ) i IIIIIIIC AIIQIMCAII , ..uumu nuuiiiunu. I DCLCI IN P C FINE - S ; WINES, WHISKIES I 7 LIQUORSCIGARS i W llllftf MfAjd J sr v ivp gamoung auowea L Family Trade Solicited. S I. W. Harper Whisky (j Sold for Medical Pur poses only ..iwMMWiwaa, Jsolti Audit for Arirnnn. J. J. DONAHUE- T, XIX. Paxton EUhisky r Ga - - Stamped In bond Sold by J. F. HAWKS at the Temple Bar For Purely Mcdiciail Purpose $.
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 11 June 1898
THK COCONINO Sl'N -.. VF C. M. FUNSTON, DO YOU WANT THE LOCAL NEWS? SM1 All the local news of the week that is fit to print is to lie found in the Coconino Sun, Published everv Saturday at Flajjstall', the Countv Scat of Coconino County. If you want the local news, subscribe-for Turc Sit. Sumption $2.50 2.K payable In advance. SftW PUBLISHER.
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 18 June 1898
Ki "'""""" ttWs&SxvfFimifi?' "" ' , "' r Qh-CirT 'a. 7 lY Cfye Coconino Sun. B ,7V a Vol. XV. FLAGSTAFF, JUNE 18, 1898. No. 21. T.A.aOUWt.Uvw,r. U.J.aOSDAKStcnUrr. J F. r. SSKW, Ttatunr. j; "V AJ?ZCWA ,, ;,. j! LUMBER AND TIMBER jj ! Mtaulxtunrs of ' !t in S , -N ' '. " "V Native Pine Lumfcer, $ !: , PROPS, STULLS. BOXES, LATH, " j! PILING, SHINGLES,'1 f ' I TIES, LAGGING. SASH AND DOORS. J ;f 4 i 1 ' Flagstaff, Arizona VVWWMVWVMAMAAMM ,ii, i iiiiiiiyUAifaJMWirfAipiiwiiwwrwygTOgfwy -fatr.C ;-?( aw?
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino sun. — 18 June 1898
' r.stebM:, - v . . . . . r', ''iV ' , ri THE COCONINO SUN 'it lb fN sv k m. ' V i fill 1 mm 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. f XXiCl3ttjEAW5-jKtT3aji tfll I "inuurn nnnn s I . i&YVES MMS M VIIUU UIIUUii MACHINISTS and MENDERS of any old thing. SYKES DUOOK, FLAGSTAFF, - ARIZONA. HOXWORTH & FRIEDLEIN Are Mill in the buwneHH (if tinning! Plumbing Tin Roofing a Specialty. All kinds of Tinwork and Plumbing done In a first class manner. Work from along the line of the Santa Fe Pacific Railroad Solicited Flagstaff, Arizona X 7 &