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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 30 January 1896

'fa&aaiasg 3f-j FRIENDS OF SILVER. (Wrrcncoof l'roiulnont Advocates of Xt Whit Metal Held In Washlnjrton- ;.r(.,.rl1iir for Work. NAni.N(nXi Jn"' 23. Nearly one h-n.lreil of tho most prominent silver .1... i.MMtitrv itiwf In Wnclilnn. aien j iuii y uaii'riiuy mar range for holdiug a nation ul silver con vention to put a ticket In the field for the coming pres idential campaign, this action to be contingent upon ;the failure of both (the old political parties to recog nize tho white metal by nominat X vhs KB- intr candidates un GF1 v' r'ntiiuKalh" pledged to Us rehabilita tion on a basis of lb to 1. lien. arner was promptly mado chairman of the meeting. Senator Marion liutlcr. of North Carolina, introduced Mr. Wharton Hakcr, of l'liiladclphia, ITho said that China was tho great commjreial rival of the United States, senator Stewart, of Nevada, occu pied a froat st'at la tuo mct'nff and several members of congress were in attendance. Gen. Warnersald lefore tho meeting that a provi...

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. — 30 January 1896

Evflgan j JkU & v.jyiii: iSiSj&m&. fmmz&vmrwxM- nU u F If 1 ' u 'llf-'it'! '''iislii'rtv ' ' W w ,,1 I i : h-E . mi; m m i i t ' ' i ! h 'p s if 'I V . j) ft ! ! "' ; 'f LI i ; U if -' 't-illi .? : n j. cir ViU XuJF'fl.jf' f " JWH 4 t . i- l:l';t I "' iW M , p I t :.j !! 11 "if PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county seat of Coco nino oounty. CURRENT COMMENT. Tin: production of pg iron In tho United States in 1895 was tho larpest In tho history of iron production, nmountinK' to 9,4I0,30S ;ross tons, njrniust 0,057,58'? tons in 1894. The St. Louis Globe-Democrat snys: Tlio last French loan was SI 80, 000,000, nnd tho French people bubscribed for it 17 times over. Americans can afford to do as well. Their national debt is but S14 por capita, while that of France Is S11C Tiik South Carolina legislature has passed tho anti-lynching bill which provides that tho county wherein a lynching takes place shall pay dam ages of not less than SJ,000to thologal representat...

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. — 30 January 1896

' ,1' .JLJ. i-ATAL ROW. il A Boy Disturbs ft Mooting and Two Poisons Loso Tholr Lives. rOISOS PUT IS A MAN'S COFFEE. Attn'1 rroprlctnr'n Wife nnd llir 1'nra. nimir I h iiximI with Attempted Mur. ilt r v Mob 1'rlven I'urk A Mniliuitii' Horrible Act. IIoxik. Ark.. Jan. 37. Saturday niglitat IWliaUati, tho county seat, a fen pnmilistsworoholdlnjj n meeting whon a c-vl of younjr boys, nmong1 tliom a son of Miuriff Hill Cltilders, dis turb 'il ttu'iu A man named Hurst hurlt.il a stick of wood at them, striking- viui' l lulder, cutting Ills head lu . 1 lie sheriff and his grown son Chiru'S "lio is u deputy, went to Hurst's house to ascertain tlio cause of the trouble Hurst became nngry and ran at thesheiitf w 1th a knife. Charles rushed to the rescue, shooting1 Hurst in the stom icli. Tom Hurst, a son, seeinir that his father was shot, at tempu 1 to Kill Chililers, who shot him also, fatally, llmrles is a candidate for sli i ff to succeed his father. imio pur imo v jkn's coffer hi.ih, l'i...

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. — 30 January 1896

LjmasaL LJi&i&i Sff-:5.?iS.te'aw&!ifi5 .itteJjrjesxsm ?5 SJUS33AinBZMniMrtlji & Mi I $ II 1 5 'i'J!s!li:f is 1 w M M.Vu : "z i r .i in . i z' . ' : "J m tlAfi'i r ' Ji 1.1 'a i&ft I i r' W , , "Ui WV!'2.S i ' ) : ttff ".ii i r.v'r 'if.i. " 'i. i! , ', rfi It h 1 Mi- M M iU ?rt jfl ; ;i fft Jutf WOMAN AND HOME. BEAUTY IN THE BUSH. Australian Type Hccomlnir Famous the World Over-Girls In tho Antipodes Iml tato Tlielr English Slaters Art, Litera ture and Drauia Are lleglons Unexplored Vy Them. A good deal Iiiir been written about tho American girl, the English girl and the girls of other countries; but tho Australian girl, up to tho present, has not como in for much attention. Per haps it is, says London Sketch, that, -coming from English stock, she has al ways been regarded as too essentially British to bo dissociated from the daughters of John Bull. Yet sho is n distinct species, as different from tho average English girl us tho American girl. In personal charms s...

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. — 30 January 1896

StSasaeaaifcSSaw" Y''f'!liWK9tfKSlllfffPffK9nUBX(WTll!i 1TIirn T-rm I ill yi. , i,, , v ' 'WmPP7W5!S5W! 'yWi'4?5-W.j?!'''' " v mm U , ..J, 4-iicCocomu0 5tttt. I THl'KSDAV. JANUARY 30. 1806. MM'iu: to tiii: I'Uiiuo. All contracts and bills for advertising pay able monthly- Adtrtisliio rules given upon application. Business It nls 10 cents per lino fur llrst In leitlon.aml Serins per lino for each subse quent Intuition. Tiir l ocommi SUN Is pleased to contribute , publle inalteis, but all notices of ft'Mllvals, fan-, lueetlnu's of oclvtlos. suppers, onter tamim'W and mention ol uiuirluges, blrtlis aim Heaths bejond tlio legulur nnnounce u,rnt win be chawed for ut legulur rates. CITY SUNBEAMS. C'n .uiu-n liutler, 'iOc, ill Collins'. I'liic h iiie-ni.iilu It'itf Iiml itt Ilux ninth's. A fn 1 line of winter uutlerxyt'iir at Kij,e, fimi" 50 cetils up. S, u iiml cold mithur has suc I'lulul I'tir ilriismt spell of weulher. p.iiionizt lionu' industry ly j;t'ti!nj miui i in ell meats at llnxw...

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. — 30 January 1896

ii3K.L i-yil,. SSStldSS w. Jhs. T'StoSw.iSgSt yJi2rM&L23Mm3PBcat& -ny-tr j-x-i-M- -a Aa. j. . z.r7xvitti&;mi.?mmm?lr .""I ,fat. iAii witis; WiMMWMWWv ... ---- . - - jw y :-SJ-V3 1 will IJffw II 1 i,4 i J rill K lir. Sit 14 I I Tiiit h Ail' " 1 1 , . r i it.. ; -'i . 1 J TT '. t I J ;! !' " .- t i ,i. i, n i " S v ! r: . !1 ; tl ... i a y ' ? Aid r, WMf fffi .I'l'JJS;! . f ii,(it '& 1 j .1 Ji J K v r b-t r. i K I- .1. "&..J. ; ; UV ,V; T Uli k. , t i. M Si 1 ' , i 'kill i , ?tffl"H t , :i ff J ' Q . 6 SI . i .111! r i ,...! is ., ' Iki h Vir:jM & n ' , raffi. frl SI H :TO3 '"Kit! ' Is i iW! glxc 0jC0uhi0 jUnu. OARISO MOUNTAINS, It It Snld tho Nuvnjo Iudlam Will Sow Allow Minora to ko Thcro. Tho following is taken fiom a recent issue of tbu San Fianciaco Call11 and if tiuc, it will open up these moun tains to tho miners and llio question as to whether they aia rich or not will soon bo settled: Mrs. S. C. Bowman, for many yoais past matron ot tho schools of Iho ...

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. — 6 February 1896

- I gsam 'iiat. . jtrnmimmmmmz-mmm- w GaamHw lUeeklt) 3tm. VOL. Mil. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1896. NUMBER 22. N INTERIOR There's nothing we know of lays over a good mince pie this time of-year. The same can be trtfv be said of our lumber. The - Priciss - ooocoooooooo THEARIZONA LUMBER &- TIMBER CO.. FLfGSTfFF, fR!ZONf. irFW!Trwmmii?wmfrwi!fnfifriifwmnfi!fnfffnTOS -- -.'tr The Job Printing Cfye Coconino Sun Does Everything Job Printing. !iiiiuiiJlilliiiillillilUiUlUiUliilliiiiiUIUIUliiiaiiiliiii:ls THE BANK HOTEL THE LEADING HOTEL 01' Tourists and commercial travelers will find the above named hotel complete in all the modern im provements of the day. The management will spare no pains to cater to the wants of his patrons. nu Tiir rhi ino 01 l fit m Alio Dining Room ttached, where nothing but the best the market affords is served to Guests. T. J. Coalter, Prop. FLAGSTAFF. ARIZONA. NEWS DEPOT. FACY GROCERIES, NBH FRUITS, I Ail the D3lioaoie3 of tha.Saastm Fraih U...

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. — 6 February 1896

$3&ffi . .i&BifM&iaa i.!V ; .... - . . - v . - "-"Pfe:- i." .1 ' - J it a! "- A -m' t-iiMitW ' A.i i.irM?fe1l m "M h V w-M a i I'M"!:;)''!,!' VV.'M v. t:a ,f,4f! Ji '' J? ft ' . ;w i '..'! :i ill W 41:; l Idi 15 I r i "' jJrY T'S'JI'i 1 it M! i. ( i itfwil .1 r-ni'i. ,!Vft 1! U ; i 1 . !' , tv u ? 7 JEto Cocjoniu0 Jmu. C. M. FUKSTON, EDITOR. TUUUSDAY, FEBRUARY C. 18!Hf. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. OnoYcnr 12 CO Six Months , .... 'l j Three Mouths 75 Address nil communlcntlons and make nil remittances tu C. JI. Fcksxon, Flagstaff, Arizona. Advcrtlslos rates given upon application. Entered at the Flagstaff post offlco ns sec ond-class matter. ,8NAjONTtjeW(DTri(jlFIITW 9 10 7 IT J 14 16 WTTTFTS) 20 2 22 1F324-232621 26 W WKATIIKIt. Below Is given the highest and lowest points reglstertd by tliu thuimomclorlu Flasstnll during the month 10 this dale: JANUARY. Date. Maximum Mlnlnumi 1 48. .53 M . U . to: 3a . si 21 iO 0 0 4 The man um nthi-ilUcs is the iimti who bunm- Ihn town. Senato...

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. — 6 February 1896

K jsJfflfciJsL- JulLJaiBaa '.siBaagyg -T,1rt3 vm NO USE FOR THEM. f be Itepubllcnn Party and the Free Silver Followers. Tho silver men are talking again of ., vop.irnte party, devoted to tho ono is mu of fioo silver coinage, nud-dcclaro tli.it this is the nuspicious occasion for tliun. It is to be deoutly hoped tlmt thoy will tnlo that step without U Ln . Soiuo of them haV been called lopiiblicaus, it Is true, and have sought ai-il obtained conspicuous places on the stMte and houu committees, and In jail organizations ns lepubllcans, who profess to bo ready to sacriflco iuiy other Interest and tlirust uslde nei'v other issue in order to do battle for freo sliver. It would bo much to men credit and to tho good of tho coun tfj if they would ccaso to profess any ittathraent to republican principles, which they havo not, wherever tliere s olllco or influence to bo secured by it, ..nil to defeat republican principles tmutj. Tho republican party would 1 much stronger w itliout such decep ...

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. — 6 February 1896

.jife&L ? tss&ii'i 2$ talla. i,LthssA .UU.. SMhMiMKmssiii (' &,!' ' S 11 S'.. u , m ' iW ( . "G SRH W , f'TlII Mj, i!V rJji M Till' 1 yw ; tlw ' 1 I), .' I ''.J I tJ! si" A 1 r &fc X, W .1 ! ,M 'iM liJ! B. '! r,r Afi'vTi i.j ' ..it'tl,- i .jb:i . ., J ' ! '.'ilii-'l:'! I !,,. U ife.il, 1 ikM V ffi i ' '' i T? -i .11 " ' ' ' ' At J1 i.' &. Tj ' Ml ' !m .5 ra '. i it ' t ib t X ti, V j ,,. . j PUBLISHED EVEEY THURSDAY At JFlagitaft thooounty Mat of Cooo ninooounty. 1 FEBRUARY1896. : : : : Sun. Mon. Tuo. Wei Thur. Frl. Sat. : ; i. . i "" IE '' 232456 27 28 29 Sj CURRENT COMMENT. Thk United States went ahead of En gland in electrical paten tb last year by 1,704 to 1,130. Tin: London Echo states that it costs England 050,000,000 a year in money llono for the drinking1 habit 0.K of the ilrst reforms introduced in Formosa by tho Japanese is a sys tem of free schools. The Japs have studied modern civilization to some purpose. Dit Bertillox, who invented the method of ide...

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. — 6 February 1896

!.-' 'wiSfi2i '!:- , DUESTEOW GUILTY. Tbo St. Louis Millionaire Murderer Oonvlotad. Thf He of Iimmttr ' Not Work lo IIU (if-(liily Duo HnUot l(eiiilrol for the Jity ' IS""1 Ver click J mov. Mo., Fob. 3. Tho celebrated cvi- of lr. Arthur Duestrow, tho St. icms millionalro who has boon on trUl iluriiijr tho past mouth for tho coMlooUed murder of his wife and laiv I'ov two years ago, ended yester day the jury raturnhiir verdict of zuil'tv in the llrst degree. After argu ment!, that took up tho greater part of Saturday and lasted tmtil nlmost mid-niu-lit, the caso was given to tho jury, the members of which went to rest without considering' It. Sunday morn in? the jury took up tho caso and on the first ballot unanimously found the defendant guilty of murder in tho first decree- The result was reached with out mueh trouble, each member of tho Jurv seemingly having settled tho caso in his own mind in tho interval be tween midnight and morning. This renliet N received with nlmost uni versa...

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. — 6 February 1896

iW'i A.4;hJLuS!ti: w r. P JEB5.'!3 yyj - .J Ml, m. jio&u. 'w!r1 il Mi PU t. 1 1 ' J ' 'IP ' d .i .. ' r;! i !, .f.itfl Q ffL ,' 1..- .',M Hi ; . w m 'v d ' !;'t i;-" ' . i ' h -VI ."M t' , fl I . ', X W r ' i ...m m I im I ' 1 ! LJ I 1' t ' !i j tiV 'I I, if K Mitt r . m m 4t ,; r it I i. MY LITTLE DIMPLE CHEEK. Thoro'aro days of care and crosses Mixed with ledgers, pens and Ink, Of prollts and of losses As the values rtso and sink; But w hen dusk and dew Is stealing O'er the mountain and the lea, There's childish laughter pealing, Ami u kiss that waits for me, Till my burdened heart Is beating With a lovo It fain would speak, In the clinging and the singing Of my Uttlo Dimple Check. There's ahaln of childish troubles Then umoldcd In my ear, Which to me doth seem as bubbles On tho sea of childhood clear. But Wo sharo them, both together, Till my troubles flit away, And wo never mind tho weather. He It winter, he It May: Tor I catch a glimpse of sunslitna Thnt shall hallow all th...

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. — 6 February 1896

as? 4- - ,jj ..MBBiMr . jMSiira&ftiKt&flk in-wm agSE2iMscuk-y ill" (Coconino Jnm. lllliM)Y. TKIUtUAUY 6. 1896. oii( i:to tiii: i-uiu.kj. x lt . .ru is mid bills for adxortls'ngpay- Mi ,hl xjun -.hi-' rates glx'inupm p) leiitlon. , ., lo.ils 10 e ills ptr lino for first In ,',, n ml 5 1 rnis pur lino fur uili tulwo- q'lenl -- Hi'" HDMMM Ispleiiaid tocontilbutt uiiitii lint nil no lifs ol t nth uls, mill n-s 'f MxlitlO'sMippeis i.'uiki- mil imiitloii of iiiairl.tiri". blnlii , I ('IJllll llll- l'UIIII (111 lOUIIIt- iii ilmr.oil for tit kvuIui a let. CITY SUNBEAMS. , l III! Ill 3l). .ll J.lllills 1 llll Ill Mil' ll'llf I II t 1 1 lit llll.X hill of xxllllt'l' Ullllt'l'XM III' ill f . iii 60 it ills up. ii ilini It 'if I lie Win Id will I ill mi tin- Hill in-t. r lioiui' IihIimm li iirii'iiy: il I I .It IloXUilllll' . . M in (5 null Sully fr lit $18 i r Willi r ' up i ln- ll M i 'i tn null l In (!l i'ii, tin 1 1 til, :i llncnf l.nlltO cii". iIiiii suits, ;it II. A Ui'i'i. I in i...

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. — 6 February 1896

,5;i3.iki - - SSfiKSIiriMBpasiaa j!f,. . A.,. U. 1 ; 4 .. r , fill ;H ' 88'! i '! i ' HI " v it 8'4lTi.J,'i'' p 'i n I'll: A it r-ii i i ' .:( ' ' 3m ' i P ' lfc I ML 1 1 , TO I 5 m.? M4 't Mil ' ill 'M m us u fir I M iH ltv ffl lii Ft J . . !,!, 2Ixjc Cfocauiiw jmt. SNYDEE'S IMPORTATION, Tick Infested Unttlo Released From Qunrantlno. TIiq Tbxus fever lick Infesteil cnttlit brougbtltiOctobur, 1895, from Mitchell county( Texas, t Blslioe. Arizona, nnd Uioro held in qunrantlno by llio live stock sanitary comnilslnn of Ailzmia, wpru toleased on the 23d of January, nfter lwlng examined ly Hit tenitorial Tetetinmian and found free, from nny visible means of cummuuleuniig Texas let er. . D. H. Snyder, tlipownerlobi ought tlieo cattlo to tliu Tenilory In viola tion of the law jovrtnltij; iiupoitailous of cattlo fnmt IVvts, lias bad nn e poiieucu in this Hue tb.it sliotilil be bmiKiin mind by every e.ittle man who coiilcniiiliites, blinking cattlo l Aiizona, or for tb.it ni.it I er, moiiig ...

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. — 13 February 1896

1S jMi m. im VOL. XIII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1896. NUMBER 23. .?" -' . ?-... .' 3.BJfc...: ikA- J - -i 'SSlBBliWBmal'' ' -- - i " ' " i FOR INTERIOR FINISH There's nothing we know of lays over a good mince pie this time of year. The same can be truly be said of our lumber. 5COOOOOOOOOOC The - Prices - "OOOOOOOOOOOO THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO., FLGSTfFF. fRIZONf. R0E THORPE, D. D, S.J I Jr)tist. jf THE MOST REASONABLE DENTIST IN ARIZONA, 3 ALL WORK WARRANTED FOR A PERIOD, OF YEARS, H g PERFECT SATISFACTION 6UARANTEED OR NO PAY. I; FFRIOES5: 3 fc Gold Fillings $2 00 to $ 5 00 ji Silver Fillings 1 50 to 2 50 i ! Cement Fillings 1 00 to 2 00 j H Rubber Plates. . '. 8 00 to 12 00 J Log'an Crowns 6 00 3 E: Extracting : '. 50 j Teeth Cleaned 1 00 to 1 50 ALL OTHER WORK IN PROPORTION. i g DIFFIOULT OASES ESPECIALLY SOLICITED, REMEMBER THE NAME," - I DR. ROANE THORPE. jg- OFFICE-ONE DOOU NORTH UUUUJUiUUiUiUiUiitUilUUiUilUUiUIUiUiUiUilUl THE BANK HOTEL . THE LEAD...

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. — 13 February 1896

Of ?- HSlS ikii J? ., u tf . ' J I iH4 It. .Tf- , , U 'j. 'P 'Ita S3 ' s ; ill :.: i'fc "r V1 !iji jii JM1 ' fcl . ,' ... If t Vi 1 1 : U, . 'Mi;t f if .' ''-'irA1.. 1 5 '., nvmi I 1 j s .RE . i ;: I t R". Kji .!! i; h $ V ,Mt.! it! l! S I1'' l iffa fen ; - r .? -ij" m ru i ' K Bi i iiii hljl Mm I r ' ii She Cocouiu0 Jnw. C. M. Funston, Editor. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY" 13. 1896. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. OnoYcar I 8 CO Six Months 1 to Thrco Months 76 Address nil communications and make all remittances to C, M. Funston, Flagstaff, Arizona. Advertising rates given upou application. Entered at the. Flagstaff post office as second-class matter. rpc&'i'jjyv -TPHB. avn 11 scjn 7M TUF m Tim TRT 3r Wl. SL 2 f JL to 22 7J 15 W TT Iff 22 SI SJ W w VKATIIi:it. Below b given tbo highest and lowest points registered by the thermometer In Flagstaff during the month to tills dato: FEBRUARY. Date. Maximum Minimum t 18 21 t 52 21 3 81 20 13 0 6 40 0 6 33 4 7 39 12 8 32 14 8 II 18 10 IJ IS 11 33 1 13 33 12 ...

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. — 13 February 1896

J. - '. ii '.IS,- "HA A fe ' k Lffi-liK 3L- flWSri 'PLAYING POLITICS." Vn Emr'y '""' Hekoundlno; Charge e Dunderhead Democrats. It pleases home democrats and some j.ilu'1- moil to say that Uio tariff bill i.ow pending is nothing but ngnincof noliti's. Very well, gentlemen; plensn tu t.iKe notice, if you havo that liu .,re.sion, that it la a particularly good .1,110 nml likely to win. The bill ought to he parsed, inadequate as It con oi illy K because the republicans are mm! "to supply adequate revenue for t ie ,,nv eminent If they can. Hut If ,t khiiuld bo defeated by tho demo ort ami the few silver men who arc i K a-cii to net as their eatspaws, what ,1- urn tlynk tho people will have to ...ij'aUout it next November? What ' ! tliev say about closed mills and lli voi King men? What will they" n about inllated Imports of goods, I, v umlcrvuulations and enormous ,l irtN of gold? What will they say ., t the policy, falling little short of i , .i-oiuiblc, which leaves the nation 1 1 ,ee...

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. — 13 February 1896

&tffU IL.Slii'1 rs&L jit . SftfefcA ' tttt&t je&&ttftr .JdMaSUzStiP iWJSasJeau-iU JSiSEiitit- K&SS3W " .r - hW' 4m' ! . ; ..' fMIB rf i HH 1, r " . i 1. ,1, . m i 1 j j ' , C'JI jr " '?.. t (i If' Ltft!k4'. I'. 1 ' iiE'1' ! i 1 VI I'll I, f- Ui- TO j ' IM i a -' '! - i Ii ' Jill . M'tiW ' Si - LIP ! K .Till rfl V, If MI liltfc1 Rfr" wld IK t k. . tu t r ' i atb Jje dteouinxy gun PUBLISHED KVBBY THURSDAY At Plagtaff tho county scat ot Coco nino oounty. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXlXX FEBRUARY 1896. Sun. Min. Tue. Wed. Thur. Frl. Sat. 6 13 JO n 12 14 15 B16 17 18 19 20 27 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 Fr'FrF; CURRENT COMMENT. A census of tho entire world la pro posed for the yoar 1000. Pat UowAim and George Riclmrd accomplished tho feat of rolling two beer kegs from Green Buy, Wis., to St. Louis within CO days on a wagor of $700. A rush of miners for the gold fields of Alaska is reported from the largo cities on the Pacific coast. Some of tho prospectors say there is moro go...

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. — 13 February 1896

-u. i2.-asaiBdEUfeu .. .i'Jsr-tiCiMC .siiftTaBiifeatiaaaBgaMajiwBiMSi aiaERiti k&-"s".v. THE BOND ISSUE. n proved to Bo an Unprooodontod Succosa. pldi AgRrcctecl Nsnrly SI Times tha Anllimit offered llenollcUl Kffects I'pouthe ""Innnclal unci Conw uivrclHl Interests. ffwiiiflTOSi Teb. & Fourthousand tK hundred and fifty bids for $353,269,. S50 woith of bonds. Such was the troinoiuUnih total of the subscriptions 0pcneJ at the treasury department eMcrday in accordance with the terms of thu call issued month apo inviting proposals for SIOO.000,000 of United Mates four per cent, bonds, to run for 80 years from February 1, 1S05. These figures do not include about S1!0,000, Oft) of "crank" bids rejected ns bogus. The immense oft'erins astounded ex perts. Tho bids literally swamped the treasury department, which was so taken by surprise that at six o'clock jast nipht, although extra olerks had teen hurriedly drafted, tho work of tabulatinc the bids were still in pro gress and it wa...

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. — 13 February 1896

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