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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 3 July 1895

A i "Vbu. , Wj 3A .i .IBS" WOMAN AND HOME. COUNTRY-HOUSE TABLES. Fretty anil Useful I.lttlo Thing Covered with Linen. A charitable woman, who uses her artistic talents for tho benefit of otlicrs, ntillcd her Lenten leisure this yoar In making tables for country houses, which she has placed for salo at tho woman's exchauges, and which are so pretty anil dainty that n description may bo v elcomo. They nro of various shapes and colors, nnd nro entirely cov ered with linen. Tho bluo denim ones, trimmed with whlto braid, resembling tho bluo and whlto delft which is tho latest popular fad In china, nro per haps tho prettiest although tho roso - or yellow duck aro lovely with certain colorings. All white ones are also very effective, trimmed with bluo and whlto braid nnd tassels, also touched with bluo, n ith bluo nails, tho latter being cov ered with flno Bolton cloth. The whlto linen braid and tassels may bo mado to match tho material by working In cotton of the samo color as tho cover i...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 3 July 1895

j -i aJ.5&u. 'iJ " Wi -WHmr ..S. r?v - y-y'" . atamtT "' " p i a i 11 1 I "4 U "I (iiii IFS'P'iBEifagas'! liUlMMtiMIIMiaiiMllU mil Hiii , H -$ U! M !S 1 XC0tttnJOr gun PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the county seat of Coco nino county. 4t-i- J. A J.XJ.A J.JUJ.J. A XX J.axa J. AXJLV 1 K JULY 1895. ftlllL TAB. M Tiro. Fri. Sat 2 3 o G 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 IS 25 19 20 21 9Q 23 24 26 27 28 29 30 31 tTTtTTTtTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT' CURRENT COMMENT. England still leads the world In coal production, having mined last year 188,000,000 tons. Tho United States is next, with 104,000,000 tons. AuciimsHoi' CoitniOAX, of Xew York, lias denied the report that ho would is buo an edict prohibiting Catholicyounp ladies from riding1 bicvcles. Accohdino to the report of the com missioner of education, there were 15, C30.2GS pupils in tho public schools of tho United States last year. Capt.-Gen. Casitos, of Cuba, recent ly cabled to Spain for 14,000 more troops at tho earliest possible momont t...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 3 July 1895

$mgnm&f 4b- m t-yw , rft. t V INDIGNATION AT OMAHA. rltlirna nf That City Alarmed at the (Iroivth of Municipal Corruption. Ouwu. Xob., June 29. The demand for municipal reform In Omaha became po pronounced yesterday that business men and citizens, regardless of party feelinj,, united in tho publication of a pioclauiation calling for tho organiza tion of u city government. The em bers of public indignation have beon fanned for several months by tho al leged corruption existing in local mur.ieip.il affairs. Months ago it was noticed that city money was being used bv specu lator, contractors and others with political influence. Tho matter be came so flagrant two weeks sinco that the school board demanded an investi gation as to its funds. Tho next day City Treasurer Ilojln fled from tho city, leaving a noto that ho had gone to commit suicide. Ofikcrs located hun in hiding. Developments showed that mny members of the city council and other politicians owed the city from S100 to &...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 3 July 1895

y r"5 . '- i-FU litoJ-. - 4-J-J .l.i-v . . tf o.,"i M MR . u. , d .. !? AKHiSMS. I J .'B. C4 a f1 ICOPTKianT, Maurlco Ingraham strayed into Gou pll's, as ho did nearly every day, in or der to indulge in a quartor hour of homesickness for tho paradiso of art from which ho had been exiled by means of a rich legacy. When one falls hoir to tho estate of a childless uncle worth several millions it de prives him of tho delicious makeshifts und economics and excursions of tho guild of painters. It has been said that champagne tastes and a beer incomo uro a cause of miseries. Iiut an income which soorns to constrain to champagne ull the tlmo might prove equally oppressive. Ingraham was conscious that tho men who had worked beside him in a certain famous studio in Paris, uow that ho was rich, tried very hard to treat him in tho old cordial way. Hut ho felt tho patronage of nrt toward money, which is loftier than that of money toward art. That morning ho spied at Gougll's a photograph of mode...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 3 July 1895

r: fr Jt -MMwtf ' te T WW'?!r -mv-",r ;$p.,f i .V . . f lv;(ocmuuxr jxtu A' WKDNESDAY. JULY 3, 1895. M)TICE TO THE l'UULIO. All ,-o-iiraots and bills for advertising pay- i;( niontlily- Aavi-ni'ln.' rates given upon application. J, ,.ini u. Ji W wnt per lino for Urt In ,, .ij .mil . cents pcrlluo for each nubiO gun' ii,l'on i hi i ucomm) Sun is pleased to contrlbuto ,,i t. i,i.itteis.uut ttllnotlccaof fcbtlvuls. (j '' i icettniM of societies, suppers, cntor- ,, , ntaai.d mention of marriages, births '.'hi ui nl. beyond the regular unuounco- ,' ,( wilt uecliaiscd for at regular rates. CITY SUNBEAMS. Wi.hainsur Winslow? Gei our traw hats at Rogers'. lu't overlook tlio lirctneu's ball. R, ,.ms to rent. Apply to W. XV. H , i ni.m. t j,,le jottr ltuigs to yell for the Flagstaffs Friday. bee dimples of $4 pauts made to o Jei at Rogers'. V.i- 'll piny Flagstaff Friday, Sunn ot Wiuslow? i a stilish, good lilting suit of d, :'jii g to B.xbbitt Bros. j tue vehicles will each bo drawn . f i. 0...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 3 July 1895

- Lij' .'jfrAJMkaii" vmsszsmsisMS&taLi mt. Jlr , , t.,, ..to-.- "Im?,,.- ,r- , S,.,- 'ZTV9VWmmmm. !" iiMa Bas asl laslsl slllis.1. -. r " - T 1 m i (i001 TRMI'LAHV COLUMN IDITHl AMI M.tNAOhU UXIIhlt THE AUSMCW Of t I.AHsTAt r LOUOE NO. 11. I. U U. T Cnntrlbiitlonsof an iippropilnto nature mo wltclteil for this column, and should bend die.sedto llox 121. Flagstaff; all such con tributions, howetci, aio subject to nppiotal by tho tMlllors. Lodgo meets ptc-y l'rldav evening at tbo (. A. U. Hull. 8 o'clock. Visiting member lntlttd to attend. 11. U. Davis. Chief Templar. Miss Jiinxii: Mouse. Sccietnrv. Up to tho (lute of this wilting Prof. Uill Imnrgwiizotl ultneti now lolios in tlio territory and iiiurwfd tho numiWsliip of tlio order liy about throo hundred. This is certainly rati tying mid friondof tpnipuiaiicu huo (,'ood c.iusu to feol euoouriKbd uer tho result of tho lectmo work. Tlio looil lolges wi.l welcome to membership nil who wish to assist in temperance woik. If you wish t...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 11 July 1895

-"Jig ) ; j ; ; VOL. XII. , FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1895. NUMBER 44.- B 1 si o 1-c s tcicl i t h Don't jVletle Xor do jewelers shoe horses. Every man follows, or sh ould follow, the occupation for which he is best fitted. Natural inclination, experience and a faculty for hard work have fitted us for the lumber business. For many years we have made a study of this business in all its branches. We believe the knowledge thus acquired can be made of benefit to every prospective user of lumber. Are you interested? OUR PRICES Arizona Lumber IF THIS ARRESTS j L00I5 0er t)e Fer)ee, ar)d I Your attention, wo wish to inform jou that wo do everything in thn lino of commercial, so vK ciety and general job work. Wo have tlio facilities and are prepare to do all styles of printing. Wheu you aro IN A HURRY A PLEASED CUSTOMER Is the best adveitisement wo know of. So bring around your printing and wo will ploao you, both in tho quality of work aud price charged. When you call don't fo...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 11 July 1895

- .".! .''' I XYa!Xvttf9SaHCBIfll IM 'OH ;i! ! ir '! ',V i M : if ,;, ' .' . .1 , I. hi, i I ..ii-sa She (ISojcxmiutf jnu. C. M. Fonstok, Editok. rilOUSDAY, JULY 11, 1895. Subscription rates, onoyonr Jl.OC ' six months 2.0 " " tlirco months l.U Advertising rates Riven upon nppllcatloi Address nil communications and niuko al remittances to 0. M Kukston, Klasstnti Arizona. Entered nt the Flagstaff post office as second-class matter 133 SUM IMONITUcIWEDITHU FRI SAT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Q 9 10 II 12 13 H 15 1 16 17 10 19 7.6 21 22125124 25 Z&TT 2S 29 30 51 WEATHER. Below given the highest and lowest point' registered by tho thermometer hi l'lajstat during tho month to this date: JULY. Date. Maximum Jllnlimm 1 81 4. t EO 4t 3 83 it 4 81 4: 6 81 4f 6 81 41 7 .83 6 3 S7 fi II 13 6 10 H 6! 11 TO 6S Wentlicr Foreciikt for Arizona. San Fuaxcisco, July 11. Fair, sin tiouary weather. In these Cleveland times the Dcelit ration of Independence is a good duett mvnt to ivail about mieo u mouth. The Na...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 11 July 1895

"V V:u r ., SW? ,sii . At.-JS- - & &i .. .vifehJar &,. .rttfa- t.iM!MSnED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the county scat of Coco- nii.0 county. PJKEBE'S EXPLOIT. ltY I'UANCIS I.VNUK. I1C was the daughter of John Artley, whose 'run on the Western division be gan and ended at Oiival Junction. The junction con sisted of a round-houso, the railway station, a few s h n n t ies, a dreary boar ding- house and a choico . Hnn nt futuro possibilities; but 1-1 t.o, being motherless, bpont much f I, v tune on her father's engine, or ii her uncle's oflico at the station, and ,fot a larger view of life than the -u-ictK n itself could gho. ' t fourteen she had two ambitions. Onenas for her father, reaching out to tin- tiino when ho should have a ,n.art "cight-w heeler" and a passenger nu Mho other dated from a trip to v. In. emus with her father when ho was a member of tho grievance coui BiitUe I You'll have to put in your time an and tho hotel while I go to thu i.. tiug " he had told her...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 11 July 1895

?-w A- . P MtjflHW SSWS'riKeaTrKiT" i i a i PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the couuty Beat of Coco nino county. VlAlJllXJ.AAAXAJ.AA.lXAJ.iXAl.Vrf tttt.v iqqk t CI UXiX LVJC(mF Sun. Mon. Tae. m iTliu. Sat 5 12 G 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 1G IT 24 18 25 19 20 21 22 23 26 27 2S 29 30 31 iTtTtTTYTttTTTTTrfTTTTTT CURRENT COMMENT. JIoiik than 100 fires in Now York and llrooklyn testified to the patriotism of the people on the Fourth. Pitor. Luggeii, stato entomologist of Minnesota, has made a report on the grasshopper lrfllinsr in Chicago county with the hopperdoers. Over 400 of these machines were at work and gathered in 8,000 bushels of grasshop pers daily. Tun United States labor commis sioner, Carroll U. Wright, Interprets tho existing conditions in the Indus trial world as meaning "not only that a new era of prosperity is at hand, but that capital and labor are understand ing each other better." It is estimated that tne United States has, since the government was estab lished, spen...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 11 July 1895

'W1 . JL.- & -V. t r.' aE?KsaEaK "."!' -Ilk. -2 "-V "t. ---.. :-. ',, . ,i ii HAD THE PLACE CLOSED. Cnlquo Scheme of Mnjrnr Illllla, of Det .lluinea, to Cloo the Joints. Dks Moinks, In., July C Mayor Ilillis last wonlng visited ono of the most notorious saloon-drug1 stores in the city mid finding men tliero drink ing beer, had the place pulled. For n long tiiuo lio has beon trying to got these places closed, and officers re ported it impossible. Yesterday ho met Kditor Clarkson, of the Register, on the street, Clnrlcson offered to bhow him 0110 of tho places and they went together to A. M. llllby's store. They walked behind the prescription case and the mayor went up to a man who was drinking beer, took the bottlo and glass nwny from hnn. smellcd them and went out again. The two went to tho Register office and the mayor ordered the police to at once pull the place. It was dono be fore anybody in the room know who the recent callers were. Later in the ilav the mayor ordered other...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 11 July 1895

a. TiiJSSa Wul. j8 islgg ' 'II hiitS 1 ''' ; n is i ,W lil ( 1 1 ' 111 H t , WOMAN AND HOME, FANCY TABLE LINENS. Cvary Articlo Needed Is Mado a Work of Art Nowndajs. A woman does not rcalizo what fasci nation tlicro is ia fancy work until sho begins to mako it. Tho particular branch of it included in linens has been improved until every littlo nrticlo need ed in tho homo may becomo a work of art. Not only dolief , tray cloths, cen . ter-piccc-s, etc., but tablecloths and nap kins avo nmoni; tho things that aro 'ticautlfled by nccdlowork. Hut this article will rclato only to fancy worlc vol the doily type. Embroidery is tho proper thing now for such articles. Tho designs are flow ers, fruit, vines, leaves, or, if quito ad vanced in tho art, classic designs. But tho simpler ideas aro inoro practical for ur purpose. Tho woman in tho country has a great advantage over her city bister in tho way -of getting beautiful and at tho samo Ttimo natural patterns from which to work. And vt itli ...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 11 July 1895

igaBOggre xiritocomu0xxu SI jUtKbUAY. JULY 11. 1895. ,otku to tiu: ruuLio. v i , ,,t, i ts and bills for advertising pay l , ii uhly. vim. m;"'" given upon application. l,u n v, iu.iU luccnis pur lino for llrslln- I IIU nil., cents per uno ior eacn suuso- l l.UU l ui i.lim!oScs is pleased to contribute l3 1U i . ii tiicis, but all notlet'sof fcsttvals, (,,. , niii.i of societies, suppers, enter , , !, .mil mention of marriages, births aii.l il 'i'"" btyuntl tlio regular announce .. . in w ul in-1 liaised for at regular rates. 01TY SUNBEAMS. Got tnur straw hats at Rogers'. Inunhof July only comes ouco r.ll. burnt' pi'oplo made a sevcu day ccle biatwu i'f it. See samples of 4 pants made to ouln at Hours'. Ci to Collin's for fresh fruits, dressed jK. iltiv and full cream eUee.su. lh Suns and Stripes iloated gaily fi, id mi- inuiihnnso oil tliu Fourth. For le Neat livu room house ai il i i t""1' we" " water ou premi ses Apply at SUK oflice. N, t.any a choice- stock of fish, j i.ij, ti n...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 11 July 1895

v&mmamiMMA&s kS. , 1p i i w i,jinm.im BIJUU WLIMHteBBtUKJC SJL-jjjjSnOBBam,. it. H I : ffi I 's (::il s ?:. ; i 'I ,'T . llkfi 161 1 1 v if 't u . ttt UOUl) TEMI'LAIIS' COLUMN. EDITED AND MANAGED UNDEIl THE AVSriCl'S OF FLAGSTAFF I.ODOE NO. 11. I. O. (. T Contributions of an appropriate nature aro solicited for this column, ami should be ud dressed to Box 121, Flagstaff; all such con tributions, however, aro subject to approval by tho editors. Lodge meets overy 1'rldav ovenlng at tho O. A. R. Hall, 8 o'clock. Visiting members Invited to attend. 11. R. Davis. Chief Templar. Miss Jennie Mouse. Secretary. Independence Day lma romo and gono and its passing leininds us again of the days wlien our sires fouglit to establish a nation, and should remind us also that if we would perpetuato that nation it must be by a higher patriotism than that which consists of tho waving of flas, tho shooting of cannon, the opplauto of noble senti ment or any of the usual features of the celebratio...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 18 July 1895

'. "ii.' gii,- .JSW Itfv-. tt , dW-3fcft. A, r,ti AMrffaiai (Suiumino HJktt) vol. xn. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1895. NUMBER 45. '.H&. Ik BleiolcrTraitlT.s IDoxi't IVIeilcie NTv ah-es, f ur o jewelers shoo, horses. Every man ' follows, or hould follow, the occupation for which he is best fitted. Natural inclination, experience and a faculty for hard work have fitted us for the lumber business. For many years we have made a study of this business in all its branches. We believe the knowledge thus acquired can be made of benefit to every prospective user of lumber. Are you interested? BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, OUR FRIGES fRE RIGHT. Arizona Lumber and Timber Co. ViM1 sTt L00I5 0er f Y)e Fer)ee, ar)d u r-c-s v rsru. IF THIS ARRESTS i'our attention, wo wish to inform nu that wu do everj thing in thn lino of commercial, so ciety nml general job work. Wo have thu facilities and are prepare to do all styles of printing. "Whim you are IN A HURRY For 11 job ami say you must have ...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 18 July 1895

&.;- &, . -. Z r 1 'ke Coamiu0 Juiu. C. 11. I'dnston. r.nnoi:. IllUllsDAY. JULY 18. IBUa. Subscription rates, one jenr MOO MX IllOUtll" .. sou " tlllCU IllOlltllH .. . l.uU Atlri11sliifr rales given iion application Adiliis-HllcoimminUntloiis iiihI imiku nil n liillUHILts to (J. ,M 1 U.SSTON, 1 luKhtUir. AIUUII.I. rntvitdnt tliPl'lngstalTpost olllco ns hcc-oikI-lIuss muttiir 5UN jfAON (TOE: IIVEDITHU I FRI 1 5AT ! 1 a 5 i J 7TaT9 10 J 12 13 Ji. '." is 17 "la iTTto 21 I 22 25 1 4 25 26127 2ft 29 rgtf 31 I 1 I vi:a'I'iii:i:. Jtcloivlsidicntlu lilfluM nnd lowest points reptstend ly the lliciiuoiiiuUr In 1'lasstalT dining lieu ii. until tollilsu.itc: JULY. flitc. 1 3 '.'.'.'. 4 ... 3 .... ... 7.... 8 .... 9...,. 10 11 13 ... n... . II .... 11 .. in II .. . 18 SIali mm . . . .81 .. . . H 8i 81 H .. .. 84 ... ..-.& s? . .. . CI H 7 t W .... :o . . . .83 KJ . . .. fS w . .. . u . .. . Minimum . .. JI 4G AVontlirr rrrriibt for Arizona. Sax Fi:a:CICO, Jul.v 18 ThuiMl.n, ftir. sli...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 18 July 1895

3:fcfc LWSgfcKf- ppe - -ij. flJJMrjJiMMlll-itM ' 'KJ VhW,A . , , fl-j- ?"?Vl hMEWS ' " - f ' . - " VWJ" ' J -gT.1 ilJ.wAt fff l7W 'V, " . V ' " ' ..i ..ir r, , . .jrji.aiff ijw (W'ifK ti' ..' twngr - .. jHfCTMwif iin rafflflBWrT iatm i iWydEff , lfcHw,M'W j w -, '' T t f THROAT PARALYSIS. y ri 'i CorJer-IftwW, Sagtnau), Mich.) It n as publicly talked all over Claro Coun ty Mi li i for somo timo bofore tho Courier. ,,' i J pent n reporter to Dover to fully in- rwtipitc the Coulter matter. He Anally went, ,3,1 uopubllsh. to-day his full report. Tho CoulttM aro prominent people, though Mrs. C in rcsponso to tho question whethor she piyocteil to being interviewed, said: "Ccr- " vbut Uycarsago wo decided to toko tip pur uboilo In Dover and everything went ajyng smoothly for several years, business tjocre-'wl nna oeing oi a saving lempora Inent wo accumulated qulto an amount Our family increased ns tho years rolled by wd wo now fcavo 5 children living, tho old est l joungest 8, but sickne...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 18 July 1895

.. ,,r ., .- .i.n j vw -vt I " 1!) ' . ' ' i .fy W.OMAN AND HOME. 'THE CHAPERON'S DOWNFAIU Slow the Xllcycln 11ns Inaugurated an In toreatlw Itetolutlou. Tho bicyclo has a now function. It .K relegating tho chaperon to her proper sphere. It Is not good-by nor a long faruwell to tho dowagers on duty. Thoy will wag as long as society swings. But in tho last year there has been a lightening of the fetters that fasten a society girl to her chaperon's eidc, and this, too, in tho innermost circles, tho approval of which makes a eustom good form. .This is how tho chungo was described ly ono of tho moving spirits in tho po tential cliquo of Now York's most dc blrablc society. This whito-hnircd young matron was la an after-dinner mode, rcidy to sclu- fflil V?2n ymr NO CHAPBROS NEEDED. -tlllato a now idea if her brains wcro properly rubbed. Ilcr white crepon linncr gown, touched up with a cool, preen velvet and Valenciennes lace, was faultless, and harmonized with tho youthful faco under its ...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 18 July 1895

N.- . V -Mt' m) V.tilt hi- rfv laTljc (tfjcminjor gun riTiLISIIED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county seat of Coco nino county. BOBBERS OUTWITTED. TJY MYKON I!. GinSON. Tho war had ma do able-bodied men so searco that in tho fall of 1802 tho freighting and purchasing of supplies for a small settlement on tho Minne sota river devolved upon four young fellows from fifteen to seventeen years of age. They had made several trips iiith loads of wheat to tho nearest town on tho Mississippi, and laid in a winter's supply of provisions for the i hole settlement, and on this, their last trip, were to sell their wheat for cash and bring back loads of freight for an old Frenchman who kept a trading post near tho settlement. Al Taltuan, tho oldest of tho boys, who was intrusted with tho buying and selling, sold tho wheat for a high price, and, eountingthegold ho received for it, dropped It Into a buckskin purse and thi ust it deep in his pocket, taking littlo notice of tho crowd about tho war...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 18 July 1895

Hflf-rt. , sb' a .'joi: ''ifejfci- .',-r. .. . -r- 'f H. II mil JB ! i m i 1 B ; 1 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flaps tail tho county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Ir is stated that instead of a majority Tf tho army being1 foreigner as form erly, they are now Americans. A rnoMixutr Ohio physician has made tho announcement that small pox is so near extinction in this country that it is dilllcult to find cases enough for purposes of instruction. A tkkasurt official has intimated that very soon it might oe determined to pay off government employes all over tho country in silver, in order to pet tho silver now in the treasury into circulation. The civil engineer in charge of the white house aud other public buildings at Washington recommends an appro priation of 8250,000 to erect a granite building in tho white house grounds for o dices for tho chief executive of the nation. The government is going to make a speedy acknowledgment of the services of tho late secretary of stat...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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