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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 2 July 1896

Krsv r C4SEaibs ,- aafe-. . fei . REVIEW OF TRADE. Che .Monetary Uncertnlnty Retard Id urnKMiient of llusliiess Italian. kw Yoiik, June 27. K. G. Dun fe To Weekly Kevievv 01 Trade says: The monetary outlook Is not yet clear. The. sire 1"' "ho" " 'a recent conventions by ailvo fat,., ,f free stiver colnairo. and expectation .Jut i.ll cements favoring that policy may yot t, ,M'i'rnteil. Incline them to a waiting nttU . i,' Their uncertainty retards Improvement, ., ,i ih'.tantllni; tho more widely prevalent ., Hut too monetary action at tho St. I, lomontlon will bo sustained by tho poo .ile u'ooltu mills are acting without concert, ,i ii are mentioned In dlspatchoi as having rl -, i tlm week. There Is no similar movo mlh m other Industries, though tho period of s. miner closing Is at hand In munv of them ! mportnt controversies as to wuResoflron , i" an" other hands mnko It likely that (11, ..uiun'l topp.ii.'o la tfat industry may last luT, r than usual. , ( (.Teat combinations, which,...

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. — 2 July 1896

i::.SJML&M &8S&ES6&g& ....m mayAjAJtjJsk !V V 4! ,- . . .-n. Ll i W1 br ;,r M M o"" ooOO HE church bells are merrily clang- i5?cLii " flUBh ot th0 " it iiz And cannon are and flashing banging, And hoarse reals the ear-splitting horn: Oa the air floats tho banner of glory Ktw stars Us bright azure adorn And all of tho day tells tho story When a nation to freedom was born! All dny, through tho heat. Sounds tho tramp, tramp of feet) Tin the rampant small boy. In a frenzy of Joy, Over crackers a-cracklng, And tho snappy whack-whacking Ot pistols, torpedoes, and such Ah. for him thcro Is never too much! No pleasure can thrill him, No music can fill him With rapture so sweet Aa (he trapping of powder (Now softer, now louder), And the rub-a-dud beat OC tho drum, and tho lifo iStlrring scream of tho fife. Hut night, with her mantlo of peace, At last shutteth silently down Over country and village and town; Var awhile In tho nlr 'The bright, sky-rending flaro Of the rocke...

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. — 2 July 1896

l . . -M -. .emm. .imsBsdfflii'i. . mwsmmm -. m?s- j8?k, j&mt awfeif .. --,gJ5 kj543- 'teftacjMi t,iBJ .: j : -rT". ' mm&hi&mmBjZtei&zszsmkJ - &mtmm rfei. jfcaaw8f,asr & , n- ? WitttfasraK&SsHsmfc . .wwHtetarcaraiKt .&UimmsEgmfflaMm&& im 'mmiSmmamnBm i?iMiKfl T11UHSDAY. JULY 2. 1896. ()TICE T( THE PUBLIC'. AH contracts and bilU for advertlslnc pay tIe monthly. AdrrrtlBlns rates f Wen upon application. iimlnf m lot-als 10 cents per line tor irst In .o'tlon.and i cents per line for eiich subse quent Insertion. Tm Coconiko Sun U pleated to contribute m Dubllc matters, but all notlcea of festivals. ,", raeetlnes of societies, suppers, enter I. nments and mention of marriages, births nd deaths beyond the regular announce went "111 be chanted for at regular rates. CITY SUNBEAMS, Another exeiitai " is due. from Cali fornia SiiiunlHJ. Theiv'a ro.un for lots df tin in. 'Hiiro is jy at Sweitzcr'i ranch. TU ifCt for the cherry crop ! rxc.'filiiij:l "' Mo...

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. — 2 July 1896

::v HI r Ar1" " " ', ' ' ,' x - - ,', , rinVWMl WMWWW Yfr .a-- -tV., - '" SfaUt .iu'E i K .S ,E Mi hcCocoutu0Juu. GOOD TEMPLAR'S' COLUMN. Cdlted nnd Managed Under the Aus pices of FlnEStan Lodge, I. O. O. T. Contribution ot an appropriate nature are solicited for this column, and should be ad dressed to Box Ul, Flagstaff. All such con- trlbutlons. however, are subject to approval by the editors. Lodgo meets every Friday evening at G. A. R. Hall, up-stalrs, at 8 o'clock. Visiting members Invited to attend. F. 0. RtiD, Chief Templar. IThe editor of Tns Sum li not responsible for anything that may appear In this cot umn.1 Theio are a good many question which arc Just now engrossing the at tention of our people, many of them questions of vital impel tauce. Take, tho water problem, for ex ample. It is most essential that a suf ficient and peimanent water supply should be provided for our little town if uo expert it to flourish and pro giess. Lack of water means tho cur tailing of the i'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. — 9 July 1896

"toBs1 - I ' ; . ix t .. . ,.,.,., 17", jR-n. A""t : . ' ' 3 " vf VOL. XIII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1896. NUMBER 44 y - . .pw -. ', ' :! l l1 f Modest Boast. 3r. Thackeray 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 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 lime to time in this space to tell you how well . we think we can supply your wants in the lumber line and how much less we have to charge for it than others. 5CCOOOOOOCOOC The Prices Are Right! THEARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER GO., FLftGSTftFF fRIZONf. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, Official Report. Office of the Board of SurtRvis-J, ORS OP.TIIB t 'nllVTV rv l'nrni,,x-r, I lERRITORY OF ARIZONA. FLAG STAFF, Arizona, July 2, 1896. , Bdard of Equalization mot at their oflico on tho abovo date...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 9 July 1896

sJe' ' " i a46pTri sfrrL TSy m'-wf'W4'. Mm :pi- T5! m v " -,h' " il m . r a ftM9"i y. ft! i ca t! f. . B ' t tf fjhc i&oaminxr Juw. C. 31. Funston, Editor. THURSDAY, JULY 9. 189C. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ono Year I a 00 Six Months 1 35 Three Months 75 Address all communications and make all remittances to 0. M. Fukstok, FlagttuCT, Arliona. Advertising rates given upon application Entered at tho Flagstaff post office as second-class matter. WKATHElt. Below Is given the highest and lowest polnu registered by the thermometer In Flugstut during the month to this date: , JUNE. Date. Maximum Mln!mui 1 80 .79. .81 , .81. .83 . .83 . .79., TnE River do Flag was liighor on Sunday tbau it b;i6 been for sixteen years. Dave Hill lias got his wish. Tho fight ou silver ha beguu. Wheie will it ond? If the Chicago couvention doesn't make a president it is very likely to make history. Farmers and ranchmen arc nou rejoicing. The rain has come and everything looks lovely. It would now be haul to convi...

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. — 9 July 1896

tS.w1 jffiss.-. Atmmxei'ii 3j&giiSi !iS(SV"'i'J,W,: LEADERS CONFER. First Work of Silver and Gold Domocratlo Factions. HIE TWO-THIRDS RULE ATTACKED. Illlnol nelrsatlon Will Try to Get the J.onCl''Hb",',el diatom Abrogated lllnirtitlllo Committee Meeting W hat the Cold Men May Do. Prominent Men Confer. Cincvoo, July 1. The conference of the members of tho democratic nation al bimetallic committed was called at the Sherman house yesterday by Sen ator Harris, of Tennessee, who is chair man of tho organization. There was present a large number of distln julshed silver democrats, including1 senators Harris and Bates, of Tennes see; Jones, of Arkansas; Turple, of In- SENATOR 1SIIAM O. HARRIS. diana; Daniel, of Virginia, and Cock rell, of Missouri; ex-Senator Martin, of Kansas; Gov. Stone, of Missouri; Con gressmen McMillan and Richardson, of Tennessee, and ex-Congressmen Bryan, of Nebraska, and Snodgrass, of Ten nessee. The first meeting was devoted large ly to introductions and tho e...

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. — 9 July 1896

SBgSStiSS&S&SSSM ?i:zm T 4 , 41-1 i (Jf A fl , m t n i r.ji '! .JIM I m is f, w s r J' s jf -. ift M. ti ,1! i,,t i , n i 'i2 f N ?' J ! "" rl 1 :H PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Bt the aid of a new French telescope the moon will be brought within 88 miles of the earth. I.V Michigan a spiritualist has been hired by a sea captain to point out where a vessel went down. Chicago is to have a gold exhibit next fall, in which the gold fields ot every section of America will be repre sented. A tiny electric light fastened to the end of a pencil is a recent invention to enable reporters to make notes In darkness. It is the impression of the Philadel phia Ledger that Illinois, more than any other state, will bo the battle ground of the coming presidential campaign. Citizens of Pittsburgh, Pa., will erect a monument to Stephen Collins Foster, author of "My Old Kentucky Home," "Old Black Joe" and other southern melodies. Half...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 9 July 1896

ag J ilfcMSt, .' .ilS5?S?EiirkS-Kiiffl Hm .'- "gyaiv 4-.vyn j - . .at jp At i n ut"i : iwrai l1.vu .--'t- 4&-l'4U 'WE.- t'ft-iw- rfWt" - , M Mil alwaaaa i i i if ii niMM M . - ... . - r-SSfc. T!VT..,.SiJKl?4tr"1: HEALTH IN OLD AGE. n Old Lady Finds tho Trua Source of Vitality. A Reporter's Intoreitlnjf Interrlew with "a Utily of Seenty-Two Year, Who Tells it Mar velous Story "-(m Me Hnton, rort Jcrvb. ff. 1. But a sliort tlmo ago, lu a distant part of tho Jo'iiitry, wo lieard of a euro by tho ',,, of r. Williams' Pink Pills, which ciiK'il almost marvelous, and moro recent . .mi)thcr substantial evidence of their lal'uo i".u-hcJ our cars, Boingof an inqulr 1, c t iru of minil, ami wishing to know just lv mull thero was in tho story, nrcportcr ' , ,,ellt to interview tho person said to bo thus bcaellted. If tlio narratlvo as it had ,i,o.l our oars was truo, it was ouly .,,,,,,1.1 mstlco to let It .bo known if it Droved untruo, it would bo well to know It. Tho person alluded to nbo...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 9 July 1896

1 ' IFI i IL. 'if ., ,,! ivm, r i a- vv a 'net-1 . ," : ..iTi ' 1 ' t. L ' 4 i i 1 1 1 1 ' ill ! w 4i K l-si 'I I ft. 5! 1 ' j!,f ' 31 Hi jjk: : :il M'U r.Hsffl afiMiJl 7HE ORIGINAL M'KINLEY SONG. CThe, following verses were written by rjo.vu Wyman. of I'nlncsvlllo, O., In the tt'xramcr of 1SD1, when Maj. McKlnlcy first Tan. for Governor. They appeared In the Cleveland Lender, and, though the captions may cavil at the poetry, tho people Indorsed the sentiments, and It soon became a pop uular campaign song. HILL. M'KINLEY DID IT. "The luttumn days aro with us And winter's near at'hand, JLtaX iocn the snow will drift and blow Ami cover all the land; Yet have no f enr, for labor's dear, And noon our purse will fill JVtnl tini McKlnlcy did It With his bis McKlnlcy bllll Th Breen wheat carpets all tho plains, The corn-shocks stand a-row; The starving thousands of the cast Will catch tho overflow. Our herds are thick In every vale, Our flocks on every hill act! Hill McKlnlcy did It With h...

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. — 9 July 1896

"& . a .' ,i:cii J1-'.. ..,j aLT-SS s38- W "g WJfc !usrte?.iSLS; "- .' vjr ,- - ajaairA i.icr .-- t-- hcoconhwutt. THUKSDAY. JULY 9. 1896. MVT1CE T( THE PUBLIC. AU contract! and bills for advertising pay- .Me monthly AdicrtUlDC rates given upon application. nn. ncn locals 10 cents per line for Bret i In Jtlon.nl 6 cents per line for each tubse- 0aent insertion. c.w U nlAASAfl in CAtltrihutA , ,wic matter, but all notices of festivals, IT meetings of societies, suppers, enter Inmento and mention of marriages, births .,.? deaths beond the regular announce- cn, ,11 be charged for at regular rates. CITY SUNBEAMS. Kmiiuiip niilHui-ry atRogcri'. Great irtluction in I'lices. II Hid i'ills chip nausea, sick beatl ,cl. imligfsti"". biliousness. 25c. On Mi'iiil:.v p.isscngor traiu No. 2 ,ju iniia waslimit near Hardy station. Nut liinckley was indicted on Sat uulij b the Yavapai county grand inn f" exploding dyuamito in tho Cabimt saloon in I'rescolt. l'lif Knii'i'piije sawmill has iinisli...

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. — 9 July 1896

' 7 1 in. H ,i ,M 'M ! I I ,M. 81 ' I 1 , H fe ". . - T ghc otoniutr juu. MAY BE FOUR RICIIONDS All at Once Fighting for the Presi dential Grown. Both of tlio Old Paroles Hopelessly Split on the Sliver Question The President Declines to Pardon a Poitofflce Robber. (tjiom our nrouiiAn conitisroNDr.NT.1 Washington, July 3. It looks just as probable at this timo Hint llieiowill be two gold presidential tickuts iu tbo field as it docs that there will bo two silver tickets in tbo Held. Iu f.ict a little more so. It seemed for a time that tbo gold Democrats would bow to tbe will of tbe silver majority in the Chicago convention, aud after making a protest would at least go through the pretence of supporting the plat form and ticket. But that programme is uow reported to have been upset by President Cleveland aud his support eis. It Is difficult to get authentic information as to the intentions of the Clcvchtud or gold Democrats, because tho meu who know aio very guatded in their talk. But ...

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. — 16 July 1896

-&&' .v-. tfuiiWr "V .-! fP? AW t; ! jfljj -a A i a A A " lerrtlorul Libraiy m)t Caamttur WteUy mt. . iL VOL. XIII. FLAGSTAFF, AEIZONA, THURSDAY, JULY J 6, 1896. NUMBER 45 H &W3sUa'y, f Modest Boast. Mr. Thackeray 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 brag a littleor 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 time in this space to tell you how well we think wc can supply your wants in the lumber line and how much less wc have to charge for it than others. JOCOOOOOOOOOC The Prices ocxsooooooooo THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO., FLAGSTAFF ORIZONf. NO WHISKBRSf Xews without whiskers for Arizona "in the LOS MNGELES TIMES Red Hot News. Full Wire Service. Very Friendly to Arizona. Clear and Vigorous. Largest Paper on the Coast. A Day Ahead of a...

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. — 16 July 1896

MMmWWS B.2fc i m -alsfc-sWAii )h I? f h :m u M 3Ixc 0t0uiu0 juu. C. M. Funston, Editor. THURSDAY, JULY 16. 189C. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $3 00 Six Months l 25 Three Months T5 Address all communications and make all remittances to 0. M. Funbtox, Flagstaff, Arizona. Advertising rates given upon application. Entered at the Flagstaff post offlco as sec-nod-class matter. THE dJOJDLV' o 531 i 5161718 9 10 II 15 16 17 I6j I9I20I2IJ22 2324 2627 22930 31 Sr ' k.HAJP,Wv P,vVii WISATUUlt. Below It given the highest and lowest point registered by the thermometer In Flagttafl during the month to this date: JULY. Date. Maximum Minimum 1.. I.. t . .. .. .. T.. I.. 9.. 10.. 11.. 12.. 13.. 14.. 15.. 18.. 80 .. .79 81 83 84 83 83 TO 83 83 84 . ...68 J 86 81 .:..M The special edition of lbc Sun w ill be a dandy look out for it. TnE "Windy Oil)" deserves its name after last week. Heavens! Ii:it a storm. Bit! AN and Seivall! An excellent combination tor the Republicans t win on next November. On di...

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. — 16 July 1896

JSJi-aS TWEiNTY-EIGHT DEAD. Awflil Accident to an Excursion Party Near Omaha. A I'atiirnRornnil Freight Train Collide with rerrlble Itraulti Half a Hundred Alio Injured. Many of Whom Will Die Kncinecr MontEomery Jlliimed. Omaha, Nob., July 13. A heavy loaded excursion train and a fast freight on the Northwestern road col lidod shortly after sis o'clock Saturday evening near Logan, la., 28 people were killed and 51 injured. Many of the latter will die. Omaha was a city of mourning yesterday. The bright Sabbath raoming brought the full realization of the greatest catastrophe that ever wreaked death and desola tion in the hearts and firesides of its people. No part of the city was spared. There are broken homes and bleeding hearts everywhere, and sorrow reigns supreme. Twenty-four dead are iden tified, rnd tho remains of the othors are so badly mutilated that identifica tion is hardly possible, all semblance of humanity being crushed out of the corpses. It took much time to prepare the...

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. — 16 July 1896

j .vr? W '12 II II ;vA 1 t Juki r BMW m m iff SIB il. . i, mm w 55 ii t & ftl fc'l i.',';f r t '? '! S )' o" tiEJ i ' v i iii n t f 1 m A LITTLE FAIRY. Thero was onco a llttlo fairy " In a toy shop In the west. Dressed In Garments white and shining With a crown and spangled vest. And her eyes wero bluo and tender, And her smllo was glad and sweet: Iho was wound Inside with clockwork. So sho danced with tireless feet. It chanced that to tho window Camo a llttlo nrlnco one day, In a dainty suit of velvet And a cap with feathers say. And he praised her for her beauty And tho lightness of her dance. Till her foolish heart as fluttered l;y the wonder of his glance. Tho little prlnrp was wealthy. So he bought her for his own. And the fairy nnd her sranglc3 And her heart wero his alone. Then sho whispered, oh. so gladly, As ho boro her faraway: "Though I'm but a silly fairy He will lovo mo now alway." Cut he wearied of his plaything, Just as wiser peoplo do, And ho broke her heart, the...

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. — 16 July 1896

Wwfc ,Hlrti -iflfeft. 2 ' tiJUMm . .tAiM$M0smm,:m. Oi'ENING SESSION. preliminary Work of tho National pcrnocratio convention. ..tlonil Ciimmltteo Nominates Senator David Il" fr Chairman, but Mlver vlrn Inrn lllm Down nncl Kloct Senator John W. Daniel. Cm oii 1ul.v 8. Tho democratic ll()11l lonventiou mot at noon yes teniJj and . is in session nearly five hour- Tncnty-sovon mcmboisof tho nition.il committee, recommended Sen itor Pavnl 11. Hill, of Now York, for ,eni'jiorary chairman. Twenty-three nombcrs recommended Senator John . Daniel, of Viijjlnia. K VTOI1 IIVMFL, temporary citaib- MAN. 1'or temporary secretary Simon P. iheerm, of Indiana, was chosen and 'arserpcant-at-arms Col John I. Mar tin, of ht. Louis. National Committeeman Clayton, of Alabama, closed tho dobato In favor of electing Mr. Daniel. He paid a plow in? compliment to Senator IHH. "I was licre four jears ago," said he, when the anti-snappers wero con demning and denouncing him. At tint time I was praising him. Ho w...

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. — 16 July 1896

M a, i miH " ftf :H Si J t fit ' 5 i P r h l-w -CI, ? MlUi si) IW y? f?iM 1 1 VW tye Otewttmr gun PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At I'lagatafl tha county seat of Coco nino oounty. CURRENT COMMENT. Ay Indiana man was so afraid of be ing shot that ho hanged himself. Thkkk are 6,000 bulldinir and loan associations in the United States, with 1,800,000 shareholders, and assets ag gregating S500,000,OOC. Tun English government puts out "bluo boohs," the Italians use "green books," and the United States, not to be outdone, is preparing to issue a "red book." A Chicago policeman arrested a young vvom.vu and her husband tho other day because thoy had kissed each other In the public street as they were about to part. Since January 1 last 18 railroads in the United States have gone into re ceivers' hands, and In the same period 25 roads have been sold under fore closure proceedings. The St. Louis Republic says that Eu rope is so busy with the effort to main tain her standing armies and navies that i...

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. — 16 July 1896

jferf.'.S jrfWfU J&.bJU&9BSZGm0 w i- - ff,,-- -. v35 c (froioniw Smtu II11USDAY. JUJiY 16. 1896. M llt'E TO THE PUBLIC. v o'ltracts and bills for advertising py. jliif monthly. a orllslnS ra'e given upon application .,.. tm-als 10 cents per line for first In- ,. ii mil Scents per line for each subse- , i m-ertlon. Tin- ( ocomno Sun Is pleased to contribute ,i ii multers, but all notices of festivals, " reelings of (societies, suppers, enter- ,i ami mention of marriages, births ,ilis beyond the regular announce- , w ii tie charged for at regular rates. CITY SUNBEAMS. j mine millinery at Rogers'. Great ,,, i.u in pi ices. p, hiii! Schilling's best tea, made ai ,1m;; to directions. l ,U pill aro iurcly vegetable n . not purge, palu or gripe. All ,'l,...-i-- -- 1! I ut Bro. will open a biamh s, ,i Cliiilleiider. P. R. Weather ( fi I'lieMlii lii tiike charge of the ,, ' ini'iil. i.liont (iii-iii rnl nearCliallentler , , A & P. eslerclny, which ile i,i .1 1 1, .flic fur severa...

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. — 16 July 1896

Ar 1 4 ,- -JjJte-sT-- . Mri 1- w r fit V, i w n 'Mi 1 i fc a K,U I .1 I,, 4 .: r . i ya r ' a IM i s . i i ij P B-. .Tilt J :. Blkl M t H' Jghx (tomtincr J?mt GOOD TEMPLARS' COLUMN. Edited nud Mnunecd tinder tlio Aus pices of I'Jnsstnnr Lodge, I. (). U. T. Contributions ot an appropriate iinturo are solicited for tills column, and should bo ad dressed to Box 121. Flagstaff. All buch con tributions, however, are subject to approval by tlie editors. Lorigo meets c cry Friday evening at G. A. 11. Hull, up-stairs, at 8 o'clock. Visiting members Invited to attend. F. 0. Keid, Chief Templar. ITbe editor of TriE Sum Is not responsible for anything that may appear in this col umn. WHOSE DAUGHTER! DY A. LEWIS. Groat ami awful truths of human life nud experience nro set forth in mythological form with incrcaso not loss of power. The legem! of thti Mino taur, half liuiiiiui ami half beast, the creation ami product of unhriclle'l pas sion, which lives hut to destroy and devour, teaches plainly ...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
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