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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 18 June 1896

.Tcrritor;ai Library the befell) tm. el- laut'Si VOL. XIII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1896. NUMBER 41 X Coco ni no - j 1H f Modest Boast. Mr. Thackeray once wrote these wise words: " There is no harm in being respected in this world, as 1 have found out; and if you don't brag a little for yourself, depend on it there is no person of your acquaintance who will tell the world of your merits and take the trouble off your hands.' ' It is in a similar spirit that we venture from '. time to lime in this space to teUyouhowwdl wc think wc can supply Jy our wants in ttlie ' '"" lumber line and how much less we have to charge for it than others. 5O0O0000OO00C The Prices v. i THE ARIZONA LUMBER UJMP CO., FLAGSTAFF ARIZONA. NO WHISKBRSI News without whiskers for Arizona in the LOS ANGELES TIMES Red Hot News. Full Wire Service. Very Friendly to Arizona.' '.' Clear and Vigorous. Largest Paper on the Coast. A Day Ahead of all Rivals. oooooooooooo The Times is the only paper with a spe...

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 June 1896

ttjt&XZZS&b. s.-46 -AhfcaasBi JfW ,fta- p-vr, "r-r. -:&' ft m J I n flfc 1 s ML ifli ?! B & 4 v. M s I . ' mi V.hc (QtQuno Jmu. C. M. Iunston. Kuiruit. T1IUU.5.DAY. JUNK 18. IMG. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ono Year I a CO Six Months la Threw Months ;s AdtlicsMtll communications and make all remittances to C. M. 1'uhstonT Flai'staff, Arlnna. AdcrtUln rates stiver upon application. Entered al iliu flagstaff post otlite us tic- ond-cluss mutter. THE, V? feOliMJ ' irTrr--"-" -? '-'""' -"vg ISUN KM TUE KttST&U FBI SA7 OiLsMjs 40! 7JLS aiilggi m 9 mm S34I L-M&1J0 S3 '1 UK P- (ill's Will ftoltll ttu nu-lito vittmv ill St. Louis. mi- 'J wo dclcgnti fur dim vole comes litml on Aii.un.i unit u few other phlCCtf. Globe is hting Ihm.uikI mightily tin m-days iis :i mining center. Wo dou'i envy lit t-. Inn just wait mull v ti git that how r ilh'n.itl. 'JllB Ktidiei-En" 1 booming the minis in that sti-iinu. Editor Gild ki ops a Minip lookout sifter thu inlei' isls of thai t'liiniu...

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 June 1896

X1IE II'KINLEYS AT HOME. Honored Most by Thoso Who Know Thom Best rirrr Ihllil ,n Canton Is Familiar with tin- Ke.iulillcau Leader's Life History Jlr. McKlnley's Charming Person ality Thdr Pretty Homo. fencclal Canton (O.) Lotter.l Your average Ulilonn Is loyal to bis slate ami to his great men. Just now ruiv thing ' tllu Huckeye state re u)lu around Maj. William McKinley. mwii as you have taken your seat in the ti.iin which carries the just and the jiiiutt from Cleveland 54 miles south P,i't to Canton, the pretty capital of Mark county, 0.. you are accosted by sine patriotic son of that thrifty town u.th the inquiry: "Going down to see tie major?" The question is not unren table, lor c cry body who goes to Can- WILLIAM U'KIXLEY. ton wants to see the author of the Mc Jinley bill, just ns every tourist who iicits Koine wants to see the pope. Col. McKinley is immensely populnr id the place he calls his home. In fact, l.e is persona grata in every circle, po litical and social. Some ad...

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 June 1896

w, , M J &&&&& &&4K&33K SiJI,ifi5feife. !S$lS &2k ffiri j f ' i II . w; r ' f rft- f-.iil; lift ' & '. r 'f f ,fl fc'P r , ' r 9 M;i- f I I 1? : fl !h J .. f . Ji ; ,i ' J :; i "K : BE ill 'w niirf l Bi "' PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the county seat at Coco nino county. " CURRENT COMMENT. The New York board of health an nounces that tetanus antitoxin Is n sure remedy for lockjaw. CouNTixa In clerk hire, mileage nnd incidentals, o member of congress now receives a total of about 812,050 for his two years' service. The children's subscription for a monument to tho late Eugene Field, the western author, amounted a fow days ago to SS34 50, and 1,819 subscrib ers were represented. Ax.icf.tox, Wis., the town without a woman, has lost its distinction. Its postmaster, Mr. F. II. Metcalf, has re cently married a wife, and other citi zens are expected to follow his example. The new watch is to havo a phono graphic cylinder hidden away and at 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. — 18 June 1896

'" 'wwaa A FATAL FIRE. rl of Oil l-xplortei and Scatter 1 Hum" I" IW Direction. mTBUi:. Ta., Jno 13. At 2:30 ,hi9 mornlnj,' a barrel of oil In tho J,,nient of a bakery owned by Ku taeeuiulo (iarlschc, at No. 3J Spring rirden avenue. Allegheny, exploded th a friRbtful report and scattered (limes in every direction. Several peo 1 wore sleeping on tho second floor Vtho building, but beforo they could ,,.ne the .trncture was enveloped la A nl;.s Mrs. (larisclio, aped 74 years, Dim l from tho window, striking1 Icapf" ... .. ,n lif.ul nn tliHKtnnn niivo S .md as instantly killed. Tho firemen mado a rush into the tuiUn'if and lylrnr on the floor found vr i!iriclio unconscious from heat lmt uwlc A grandchild, aged five veirs "as foluul deiu ln 1,is orlb Lottie, .i(fsd : J years, was badly burned about the head and hands and will pro ablv die. Mis. (larlsehe, Jr., es ' ej b aid of tho firemen with slight and burns. Two other per injuries sons were also rescued by tho flromen. THE FIGHT FOR C...

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 June 1896

aWWESfflBa&&j&M&aam mts "-. v m ffl ' ? m r tflffi ; ,"( I 5 All''. WJ , KM i"M. .IisL . 'iJMvr k m ' T( . ! -l a : ..!' .ltt I , I Kif j,f ; j Tl)eSecret tcopimauT. 1SW.1 'V ' The tale I have ,to toll Is so strange, co weird, and so unprovable, that I must preface it by stating that what I say herewith is absolutely all I know about the subject. It will be noted by the Teader that on several Important points my descriptions are vague and uncertain but quite enough is known, and told, to refute the assertion that "there is nothing new under the sun." la the month of June, 1894, 1 walked "the streets of New York without a cent of money in my possession, and without a friend iu the whole city. Like many Another poor unfortunate, It seemed im possible for me -to find a niche in the world of labor into which 1 could flt. I .subsisted entirely by the charity of a Jew good Samaritans, and became more and more despondent as the uneventful 3ays dragged by. On. a certain sunn...

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. — 18 June 1896

w i lie ocouintf jpun. IlIUUSDAY, JUNE 18. 18U0. MM'ICUTIi TIIK I'UHblU. AlUoiitr.icta mid bills for adreitUIng pay able uiouilily. dcrtlblns raiw given upon application. )Pilnts lorals 10 cents per line (or flrst In (i men, ami Rernts per line lor each subto oucni InuMtlon. TilE WATER mm Still a Souroa of Anxiety to Our Citizatis. TWO DIFFERENT SCHEMES TiirfoioMKoSUN Is pleased to contribute in in. b:l'' natter', hut all iioilceKtif festival. (Hii rif pllnim of t-ocletlos. suppers, enter t ilnnieiiti ami mention of mat rliuces, birth ami .li'.ith- beyond tin) regular annouuee ',.ii mil liocliuwd forat icsulnr rates. CITY SUNBEAMS. I', illiill Iilns. t-liip-il tt-stt'lilny In tl (i-iiiii uniikei CO.UUl) pounds of j; , j won!. II. mi's Tills nre I In- Iit'bl fmiiilt ci 1 iitu anil liver uieiliciiif. Ilium- .,. it n title, snif. will) An 'i'iit'iiceil iHliin ,, ;i j.iil, mi tllnnf nrtri iipi'lv. :il ( ,i m s I'ihuIK li'Mitiir.int. A iin i in tin- Hiyli m'IiimiI jpni'o i i ii'i t In ii...

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. — 18 June 1896

-J mW& . .. AiiHAww ........JS LWwWJJWiJS(-J(gIPP( MM i ' , .1 i in ( i i. ff.? ii m ru 'if . "a fw4 I.i SfS Vi l 'H I'f ghcCoamiutfjIwt, G30D Ti-MPIARS' COLUMN. lMlteilnuil .Mnnnjied Uiulcr tlio Aub Vices of rtuctttnll Lodge, I. O. U T. Contributions ot un appropriate nituie aro solicited tor this column, utidslioultl bo ad' drtsseil to Box 121. Flagstaff. All such coir trlbutlons. however, aro subject to approval by tlio editors. Lodge meets every Friday evening at O. A. It. Hall, up-stalrs, at 8 o clued Milting mcniDers invited to .menu O. N. Bity. Chief Templar. ITho editor of Tub best Is not responsible for nuytlilns that may appear in mis coi uiun.l THE CAV"US OF bUCUKSS ASU r.VlLUIlU IN I.IKE. Tins is tliu wiy Dr. 'liilmttgo speaks of tlie liquor habit in a re .cut isue : Hi te.t was Jot xxiii , '..3 : "Mi'ti shall clitp tlifir hinds nt him and blutll liis him out of Ins pl.icn. Tits' .illusion Senilis to ho riitunnti Tlif l'iblu innie tlmu iweo inukiis uch nlliiiun. PhiI...

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. — 25 June 1896

aKJR8B3S2 -s.-'safe-w:'"- aaf . .MJJjgWr . .J w Territorial Libraiy F MIL sftir - &, r-W-. rM- v ,a vy . i ,v : iir- (tl)C MTsBv Wt I ii :J m III I '1 M VOL. XI1T. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, -THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1896. NUMBER 42 M "f , Pit. I, . wail r -. fc Cuaninui III $tolt fi f Modest Boast, J7V. Thachray once wrote these wise words: " There is no harm in being respected in this world, as I have found out; and if you don't bray a littleor yourself, depend on it there is no person of your acquaintance who will tell (he world of your merits and take the trouble off your hands." It is in a similar spirit that we venture from lime to time in this space to tell you how well nr think we can supply your wants in the lumber line and how much less we have to charge fur it than oihcis. JOOOOOOOOOOOC The Prices Are Right! oooooooooooo THEAR ZONA LUMBER & TIMBER GO. FLAGSTAFF NO WHJSKBRSJL , , vs without whiskers for Arizona in the LOS ANGE-LES TIMES Red Hot News. Full Wire Service. Very Fri...

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. — 25 June 1896

,,, gjjaSgfetk j k i. . .' .tzjg. ..-i.. -.! v .J ". s fK. M ?ia i i ; ;yi ft"; (I It ui if "1 II f 9iK9 fhe(ocomua Jntu. SAVE TIIK TOWS. C. M. Kunston. Editor. TIIUUMUY. JUNE 26. 1896. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year lit Six Months 13& Three Months H Address all communications and male all remittances to V. M. Funno. Flagstaff, ArDoua. Advertising rates siren upon application. Entered at tho Flagstaff post office as second-class matter. t rj AVIlUn isiml lsV3 i luiuninuiun a w MKimistJjy LgQU-ggJlSOJ WKATIIKK. Below Is given thehlghest and lowest point regUteitd ly the thermometer In Flafitafl tiurlug the month to this date: JUNE. Pate. Maximum Minimum 1 t t 4 & a 7 V 10 11 u IJ II 11 Ill 1 le l,' 2U SI Si 2.1 21 V, 81.. .. .80 . 18. 7 . 78 . 80 . 81 . 84 . .... 8J.. 8J.. 84.. . . .68.. .. . t: . so . 87.. W . ... . .. .81 W . . .85 . . .. W . r4 . isl . ... ... 83 . Politics me now it sieoinlaiy ques tion. Mia uiiti r that trotihlea us. The Son ai-i-oida a hearty welcome In 1...

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. — 25 June 1896

;VmL .:xL1tfoagwr yrrewiHH. $fc,f : v f . &&t Z2P 'jgifa'dtixmmm- THE START. Meeting of tho National Republic an Convention. 7he rirt Tito Days Given Up to Urtanln- linn and l'rrllinlnary Work Senator Ibnraton, of Nebraska, I'ermanent llmlrinan 11 Is Address, rnllril to Onler. :-t Loris Juno 17. Tho republican Ditional convention was called to ( r,icr at 12:20 yesterday by Chairman tarter, of the national committee, who after prayer by Rev. Rabl Sale, intro duced Hon. C W. Fairbanks, of In diana, as, temporary chairman. Upon leinir introduced Mr. Fairbanks spoke at some length. s Mr. Fairbanks camo forward tho ci mention heartily applauded him. He delivered a rather lengthy address, which "'as liberally applauded throughout. The temporary officers were selected, the usual committees appointed and the convention adjourned until 10 o clock Weduesday morning. Another lirlef Section. St Louis, June 18. Tho republican convention re-assembled at ten o'clock jestcrday morning and a...

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. — 25 June 1896

&&?. -jse ..it i3SSSKSLsG& iffiSa MiflfiScaBdiaaus2 ucrt ? .j.LMmm tdW-jii itSr. ,., k..iUmi. IWMIMJI l!x m i ! d''iri M I.: fcl i ." fiU 111 ill xm m , em PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the county teat of Coco ntno county. CURRENT COMMENT. The towpaths of ull tho New York canals nrc now open to bicyclists. San ii:ii.VAiii)iNo, Cul., is said to be tho largest county in the United Stntcs, covering 51, 172 square miles. Tnh year book for 1895 of tho de partment of agriculture at Washing ton was said to bo ready for distribu tion. A statkmk.nt was made that 2,000 tailors were out of employment in New York becauso tho vast array of wheelmen had ceased to wear line clothes on Sunday. Gkokof. Dk I.ono, a berry picker at St Joseph, Mich., had a wealthy unclo killed in the St. Louis tornado, and has received word that ho has been left fortune of 8150,000. Artificial silk, that is a substance resembling silk and fulfilling in large measure the manifold purpose of silk, is ...

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. — 25 June 1896

m&w- ss&ms tfBi&&fmtstxsrm 'v-y.gi.Mf - ICT v. Is n. . . A - . -T3AWV! . iSfrlK r.l--cVfc -i. ft JttT7BL- ff'UTTtTatmirjTLgLLJL-Zm BEAUTIFUL JAVA. lit scenery Sall to lie tin Example of Prop leal Perfection. Tlie scenorj' of Java Is, I think, trop ical perfection. No sameness in the landscape- wearies the eye. All is val ley nud mountain, cultivated with beautiful crops irrigated riceiields, emerald-green streehes of tall, waving inaiio, small thickots of bamboos gracefully bending to tho breeze or covered witli tropical verdure only equaled in beauty by the forests of .south America, llcing only mid-day when we arrived at Tassikmalaya we ordered tillln and two carts to be ready an hour later to take us on a 25 mile- statre to Itandjar. So at two o'clock we were once more, en route in the ummI conveyances of small awn-inp-covercd carts each drawn by three ponies one for ourselves ahd the other for the ba;rgat:e. For the first few hours wo passed frequently thiouirh s...

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. — 25 June 1896

s lV A s f-x &j&Ad& irfw .. -. FSSSLfi..' ivlli2 - i? 1 Mr iTA.-Msb ' Jhk- iifif-l' Rtf'-i It W. , p. r - i J 01 ., MIL , i , ;. r T'.w fc lM ', 4 ': .' .M !'. i , ki :.K f ' i. y i k J ' I In ' I i ,'SSf;,. ' i1 P-'.WI ' ' rv 1 t rsa.l; .. ;. ( '! fl ".i F i . x x. r .3 ' n .. ;ci fUiF-l ; WH j r fi iff. i VTfa fr ' i ill' i' "iP ,! i ,:t UB W ! a' ITUi !?J ft-. THE STU11Y OF A LETTEfi. XbSssa Bovoalod by a Visit to tho Washington Post Offloo. What lit Done with n Letter or racltage .Alter the Mender Unit Deposited .. It hi Ono of Undo Ntiiuii Mall IIoxom. Special Washington Letter. ' It is easy enough tO write a letter, to put a stamp on It mid mail it;, but it is not so easy to deliver It. Ninety unit nine out of every hundred of the people who write letters complain of 'the trouble that Is caused in their prepara tion mid sending;, but their dilllcultlcs are not to be compared with those who handle the tons of written and other mail matter that leaves the post ofllee...

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. — 25 June 1896

. ... IT . r .3tr -.- ,,. ,. yMi j3$0rt&&jrji. j uJsJtiW-. jjs .- . 3 , r n, , - . : i. ST-. -iK.KPb'J . Li. fcljl-T .laL "' kmk&m ;-Om - . , 4 zr& ftfyya.jttra nr- tiH 3fcS t- ihooconino Jwn. I Hl'HSIJAY. JUNE 25. 1896. nOi'ICKTO THE I'UHLli;. , contracts and bill for advertising pay jl,U immtlily. dottWns ratc given upon application. Rosinc- locali 10 ccnti per line for Brat In , turn, awl Scents per lino for each mbse oiioui lncitloii. TiirCoco.MNi'SONtspioatea loconiriira ... (Diic mutterh.but all notlceaof fotlval. , meeilneb of soclctlem auppers. enter i . nniint-and mention of marriages, birth ' ,, (HniliN bevoiid the regular announce , will lw i'lur;c(l for at regular rates. CITY SUNBEAMS. WxrM An cxniii'iici'(l diniiij: , .til, mi ilrtnif nrctl apply, at , , I'lini'ilx rvMiiuriiiit. p ii. i i Npriinieiit in iii'purlHiit , ,. , i ns .unit- lii'altli. Puilfy, 'ii. , mil ii:ili7i xoiirliliiiiil with Hood's s . ,iu ll.i aiul tlms U'fy joiirn'K .... .mil lirallli...

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. — 25 June 1896

&.:: i, 1 O S J so in !EXf M 10 !3 lifi UH it .5" f , !ghc Ctocmiujjr uu. AROUND ARIZONA. Tlu jury in tho caso of John S. Jours, nVi'VilH Viillny rancher, charged with rapu on his stepdaughter, ro t limed a mi diet of guilty. Either trade tmist ho very good or tiio ivls of Gallup I'XtlvinelY sednc livu. no Itss tluin ihit-o nianiagi-s-hav-iiig taken place in that enterprising huig within a week, Sergt. riiilip La-liley, colored, has been fnuiid guilty of niurdcriug l'to. Smiiulris ul Foil ilunhiica and 'was fc nteiicetl to bo hanged. There wan a dui-ky balle coiiuxcled with the case. A icpoit I'Miii'H from Preseott of tho xalr of the United Wide copper mines at Jiiomi ouiiidtiy V. A. Claik of Mniitiiiia, to a I'leiich s nilietito fur $50,000,000. '1 lie tip' ft hill not been continued. Bill Mehan, brother of Charlie Mi hnii, Clilne.-e interpreter, tho ex pugilist,, 'was on Saturday last at Pres cott sentenced to three jenrs in the It-iiili.iiitl pii.-oii for complicity in a diam...

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. — 2 July 1896

sff fa : ,J v .unttii?. vasfirr- r;&i&i ivii MBI i5i'j 'xJY i ! , ' W -.. & y f i r, sntnvj- ? s s f -,-; ,, Ifc - . C- '" ''" iCM fV 4 ' . i H ) VOL. XIII. FLAGSTAFF, ABIZONA, THURSDAY, JULV 2, 1896. NUMBER 43 - vq-i f A ii&UM.t-JKv iii.'. . . . .:i,ktel. s.''-" .' .Cvi' . , ....tfUfJ8i'rT'''' - ij4ihiira , .''. t.v. .' ..wit n . -. .- - ii:.s . f "T i-rr litiiiiiiii hiiii-i i ill i Jim TrvTm .-.. -. lmi"! '. i".wiIwi "? j"y,wiw'i-g'"i" '" ml ''?"' Wl" "L"sy'"ra'aga i -rft ,-. - . w.v.A t T-'t , v ... r n'Tr Ml rigg- - . .'- ': .. a.. .-. .... i. . ...a- , 'w . t-T"i ?t -- J.. m vKwwwvsat t mimmi : mi i i iiii iww nil' i t in 'i n ii i 11 iimii' i i n i "' n mm wii ii " m iiwiiii .j..jagKaaaiKMtoMiftJUikitet.-irfL7. i a,iiKr:fflssr.T3ESaiHiJfcaiiiM,j!ffl a.ssE"',; r - j Tntfr'ffiiOT ,mvr- 7'. ,, t, ..TmiTJtiwr k-- -nr-r r-mwn-vw x i. t , rff.iiigMraMifciiyitTiHmfMiiiiTinTTBiii ihm mi mil i i i n iiiiwiiiiiiiii wmAtimg&rvmsexsk&sexiSix , nmii n i urn 1 1 in i...

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. — 2 July 1896

,S'UV. Usiftfiht fc jrJBM( WsiiW BCtAZsS3S&iM!l &&, JSPlA i i'"' ' 't i kIi ! '.j'1 'ifl. r is1' 1 "it A i k . VM i (-1 . i.! mi i "h t"B ' i i .1 .'', fe '.., K i r.pii,S ai v ' ft I ' -.' ' ,0 in nb fcf.B' rL , 1 . J ( 'J-HBK If SJ The(bconiua jthiUs C. M. Funston. Editob. rilUI(M.Y. JULY 2. 1896. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ono Year 1 109 Six Months JIB Three Months TO AddreMiull communication! and make all remittances to C. M. FuxsTOK, Flagstaff, Aririmn. Ariwrtlstnc rate given upon application. Filtered at the Flagstaff pout office as sec - mid-class matter. WKATIIF.lt. Ilclow Ib given the highest and loved point nglstetid by the thermometer In Flagstaff during the u.onlu to Ibis date: JUNE. Pate. Maximum Minimum 1 81 i K 41 I l SS 4 S 8 ..78 .. ..BO .. ...Ill .. ; ..84.. . ftJ ..8J ..84 44 4S 10.. II. u II II 14 Id I 18 1- XV il SM 2.1 ,. 24 M M 2s -a .. .. 3J .M . .... ... ....87 ... ....88 ... ...84 ... .. .87 .. ....NJ ... . .85.. .. W ... ... M ... ....el ... .. .SJ......

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. — 2 July 1896

V- WOMAN AND HOME. AMERICAN DRESSMAKING. ,Vliy " l'', J,"' Coino Dp to the French la ileueral KfTet-t. Felix mjs Anicrlenn dressmakers riiiKo better dresses tluin the French ciie.innUers. put better materials Into them, lit them just as well, sew them lietK-r, and then, he says, spoil them by too much sewing' too much of what I e.m't translate better than calling it Yut-.ind-driedness." The French study effect!., and let the details tnlsc care of lhemM.-lvos. Hut they pay a great deal ot attention to details of one sort, if not those A another. The Fieneh woiniin doesn't care whether the stuff in cheesecloth or satin, side-plaited or ( .ithered, so long as it makes her look well, but she dotes on Inning her lin ttt'iie, her gloves, her shoes, her ells, her entire outfit, perfectly ail fait. 1 lie French mind adores elegancies. It goes into raptures oer its own de mc - in garnitures. French workw om vw like to do decorative work in dress n.Aing, but they hate to finish the In side of...

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. — 2 July 1896

,&1 "j - Ww Jf-jai- i m j LaSOmtA . ' iW-u '.&&S&SU& v 1" I ) lt "H HJ 1. m rj- .ir.'st -m m, m PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. A 8HOKTAOE of 40.000 women is re ported in British Columbia. The women of threo htates, Wyo ming, Colorado and Utah, have a vote this year for president. It Is said that there is not a day in tho year on which there is not an earthquake in some parts of Japan. Tim Railroad Gazotto says that 717 miles of now railroad were built in the United States during the flrst half of lsua Fkaxck has gone bicycle mad ac cording to tho report of Walter T. Grif fin, United States commercial agent at Limoges. London's now census shows a popu lation of 4,411,271 for inner London, and of 1,750.-121 for outer London, a total of 0,1G7,C92. A siiowkk of small toads recently fell in Chicago near Jackson park dur ing a storm and for a time the streets looked like an Arkansas swamp. A community in whic...

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