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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 23 July 1896

, &&&& JT: jtittfti& : waaCE 'dKSgaRac&iiiaBt'-jate . " " vattaqMR-" .JCa-MfcA- - 'J"-'1 T4 i ''e( the eddn 'mt. ''a, IS' '""' "; VOL. XIII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1896. NUMBEK 6 (.' 10 (LlHUIIIHO f Modest ESoasx iVr. Thackeray once wrote these wise words: " There is no harm in being respcctcdin this world, as I have found out; and if you don't brag a little for yourself, depend on it there As no person of your acquaintance who will tell the ivorld of your merits and1 take' the trouble off your hands." It is in a similar spirit that we venture from tunc to time in this space we think we can supply your wantiunti tlici'J i i lumber line and how much' less wcs have to charge for it than others. 50COOOOOOOOOC The Prices oooooooooooo THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO., FLfGSTftFF ARIZONA. NO WHISK&RSJ News without whiskers for Arizona -in the LOS ANGELES TIMES Red Hot News. Full Wire Service. ft , Very Friendly to Arizona. ,' Clear and Vigoro...

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. — 23 July 1896

T"g Ii-,,. & .' iaixffi.au!. t- .iia .. Tutt?::-:!? .Ah"j.,i' ;cvs . at,a!., -l.. t. sWiwraar: - , "' rfwez ttt d.ji ii ii lyi.-jiiiiiii i ! lining .I,,, ,,,?&, ,s,$iWjkMxiimm3sSSm&lMC vSBJH vn. iTrwM m-CT -iimwn. " WiJWWf -tWBiatCSSBgyytwgJiji M ft f.t 'iiM ? Ill Fi, 1 ?i ll'j 1 I r $I ll lt r It ii Utti I J'M Si , ; K, tt, iiiteMttaWte JJltc 0C0uiu0 Juu. C. M. Funston, Editor. THURSDAY. JULY 28, 1896. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Tear t 3 00 Six Monthi J 25 Three Mcrathi 75 Addreu all communication! and make all remittance! to 0. M, Fuksion, Flagstaff, Arizona. Advertising rates glren upon application. Entered at the Flagstaff post office as second-class matter. (W WWlHOFRIi$AI ;3SslJ2lliIl3Ti 1a,Mai, JWs, JW,AK&1 rlTWWVr'iril UAL.1. roil MKET1NG OF KKPUHLl CAX CEXTIIAL. COMMITTEE. The members of the Republican Central Commltteoot Coconino connty arc requested to meet In Flagstaff at tbo office of E. S. Clark, on Monday, July 27, 18W, for the pur pose of setting the dat...

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. — 23 July 1896

, i r 1" I Ijc (&ci&mixxQ gun i-iTHLISUnD KVEEY THURSDAY "TKlagstaff the county seat oi Coco nino county. THE DUMB PROPHET. .Take this message from your Kins, to His mopif. tip that iheweth It completist. ch .11 ha o meed of mo the sweetest ; ' m of tho Prince on high, rVil It clearly, though you die. v no -hall on this mission go w'no h.uh faltering voice or low." 0ne iilioo heart within him burned, and hoe lips ., nth lire wero eloquent. ! ,nl his Master's feet and went Tin tho pale and suffering host He on'ronted as a ghost: rn hH tonKiic no speech would come. He was stricken-stricken dumbl r ,rth ho crept Into the streets, white, with nrmiiMi. tii a lo-t child, pltcously. t,n into his arms, and he vnro it to lt-4 home. And one rv the world's cold scorn undone. mnny bv ho drear wayside. Looked "upon his face, and cried. j0,t hn message, evermore; but his feet 'foroer hasted, ixm h bent to every need That his toiling hands could feed; ind the 'ck and dying bed ; r his mute...

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. — 23 July 1896

.'"&-. !.iStgfc-tcgJfra ; SJgu JbH&aidft -flf-wr. Bi,tlHi&"-- le- a"n l! I $ ifi Iff ii SB'fl V fHr?ft'-. UK iilli 'V' -i Mi !J !. ' W.M i:v'd I'm i ; , i : ii Jjc (ftoconitta gun PUBLISHED KVEEY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the county seat of Cooo nino oounty. CURRENT COMMENT. The latest census gives London population of 0.177,013. A heavy rain occurred recently near Karnes City, Tex., und after it was over the prairie was found to bo cov ered with live fish of the perch variety. The average cash capital brought in by the immigrants who landed on our shores duriug the last fiscal year, as reported by the treasury department, was 871. C2. The Maine Bible society has, during the past year, found 055 towns in the Btato without religious worship, and half the families visited were found to be without religious influences. The Brooklyn Health Culture club will early in October, on a rainy day, come out in their now "common sense" costumes. The object of the club is to set an exampl...

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. — 23 July 1896

" .t. &)i?3i&js jftBg. , . .' tri :. flasryrfi4L avrfsttissgsiia . vaatwatfy y;Kfws tgggsa ' .XtL." ,--, jfc - ytji A TERRIBLE AFFRAt. iritliT Flcht tln.l with Enhu Ou .Morwlly Wounded. II vzi.ktox. lu, July 20. George and fhnrltfs (lOoilwoUi brothers, living at jjlsley, who huvo beon at variance for some time over family affairs, met last eTeuini; ""! nurced to settle their differences by li litinp it out. Arminsr themselves with butcher knives they went .it each other desperately. Noijh lr, who witnessed the terrible affray triel to so para to them, but were forced to desist for fear of being cut them selves. The wife of one of the broth ers tmally rushed in and succeeded in taking her husband out of the fight, I ut not before one of the fingers on her right hand was almost cut off. The brothers wero bleeding from manv wounds, and fell exhausted. A i,li sician was hurriedly summoned, who piononnced both to be danger ouly wounded, one of thorn being in Mioha precarious cond...

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. — 23 July 1896

- -Kr ,.-: rJT' ' ;! 1 1 3 i t T I-.1 t I. "JJH . s. ' I 3t "I v I i it' i Tm 1 1 up' v .1 self! J I fill r;4i 1 tHW 1 Wl 18-1 WTO mi il THAMES IN THE WEST. SCboir Number la Inoroaslng from Yoar to Year. XIow the Modern Ishmnclltes Spend Thrlr jammer Vacation Used for ltulltlcal Purpose In Spring and Au tumn What Makes Vagabond. Special Chicago Letter. "Why is Meandering Miko like flan Yiclr" "Because he shrinks from washing-." This threadbare little joke has ilieeu heard time and again, but no one can appreciate its deep significance un vUI he has had the fortune or misfor tune, if you pica be of visiting one of the numerous camps established by the tramp fraternity along the lines of our western railroads. In winter the tramp establishes him el in the large cities of the laud, lie THE KING OP TRASirS. jpagno from a cut-glass goblet. A few weeks before election time the experi enced tramp enjoys life. He is picked up by the agent of one or the other Jolitic.al party and enrolled as...

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. — 23 July 1896

t- a . lM; Jt' raSstHSL.- .v ' 'sv- . afc Aa. s .-,yat gur m -A. -i iHiy J, iT. i he (oc0ttinxr j$utt. miKSUAY, JULY 23. 1896. MM'irETO THE PUBLIC. .,.ract and 1)IH 'of adTertislng pay- l.lv U 'firerVjms ra,e' 'TenuPn PPHet!on. J" . locals 10 centa per line) tor nrst In i lev "and Scents per line for each subse quent 'tlon. -rTTToMvo Son Is pleased to contribute i, I matters, but all notices of festivals. li. iuotinss o( societies. suppers, enter-"-,.-.. mil mention of marriages, births 1 V a-.tM beyond the regular announce 1 , Miech-irsed for at regular rates. CITY SUNBEAMS. ,, m nilllini'ry t Rogers'. Great lf,l . . in l'ifc"- , ,iul looms to lent Inquire at tbe .,.!. mo of E. Attlg. on Phoeuix attii"1 II, ,i Pill's aio tho best after j i in i ' ' as,,i3t l"gstIon prevcut (0lH , , ,,.ii 25e. Hi, i, i i.tin of lli seasou fell on ju , i i, mil it lws Mined in this tI f, , , ,,m i!a since. I. n't - HOI ill tl k. I I.s ill I i, .,! 11,1 u' 1 I I) mid, tlio fourteen-nionlli- Mi. and Mi...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 23 July 1896

,!lf&.'4&a as?4 .. StsiSS. H , 'Jfe 1 f Jeff r k ' 1 1 P. I ' f- t ' (ill'il 5ltc Cfltonmiutf Jniu. GOOD TEMPLAES' COLUMN, ISdlted and Mauugcd Under tho Aub. pices of Flneatun Lodec, I. O. U T. Contributions ot an appropriate nature aro ollcltcd for this column, and should bo ad dressed to Box 131, Flagstaff. All such con tributions, however, are subject to approval by the editors. Lodge meets every Friday vonlng at 0. A. R. Hall, up-stalrs, at 8 o'clock. Visiting members Invited to attend. F. C. Reid, Chief Templar. ITho editor of TnE Sc.v It not responsible for anything that may appear In this col umn. Tho article contained lu Mils column last week upon the social evil was a Tory suggestive aud striking one. The subject is Dot one which it is pleasant to deal with, but it exists, aud there must bo no hesitation in dealing will, it by those who lovo virtue, if its pol luting iuftucuco is to be uoinbattcd and kept from our boys and gills. Not only is it true, as slated iu th...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 30 July 1896

. JVm .. J. tL "K . Tk .fV BCf-l V. A. ajgggMiiiisagBt :. otu ji t t-J-fc- M - -HMmwWH w$ammri&w&rw - iA9S5BifiiJiir' yOL. XIII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1896. kl.m. j. '.... 3 ..Ul ' Xy&Zx&!tt,'tVS$ji t V lBiiI-Tr.. JJMjMMMMMJMMMMMjMMMMMgMJMMJjaM HI ft'' " IffiHRr ,-ww1MtaM-rttartfcwjMJfni. ' ', -- m Terrilnii.il lil.r.... i " tLlzSI 'rMH -m A lnjmm r , fl fl "m, ---..-. .lul; ,- )juiji 9 turomw nwwt) jmm. it 111 I : M , Mi I " NUMBER 4 7 ISjjLf f Modest BpfST. 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 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 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...

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. — 30 July 1896

&. j4i& mm ,a JiBtifsaasMShSa ita.jfcV!-J or- I .1 . - )' !. Mi P r :i ri- l.-l t 1 r i'H i it m Ufe. She Gfrxconiiur Jun. C. M. Funston, Editou. T11URSUAY, JULY 30, 1896. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. OnoYear $2 00 BU Months 121 Three. Moutln "5 Address all communications and make all remittances to 0. M. Fuksion, Flagstaff, Arizona. Advertising rate) given npou application. Filtered at tho Flagstaff pout otHce as scc- ood-closs matter. & j5J OJ DLV' pHjHOJpE MWfRllSAT won 516 Hi ill 7 89 10111 Jj2jl3jl4l5jl6l7l8 202122232425 271229130131 11 TliE ftce tiaduoxpussionsof Hnati, tho democratic camliuate for president, do not please the vtool-giowei'J of Aii-zona. The icgistiation ol eleelui is a slow matter this year. It seems to be tho disposition of voteis to put rex'utra tion olT until the last lav. steady. American mtrcliasos at tho sale were about 2,000 bales. Aus tralian wools In this country arc held firm, but sales arc slow. Importers ate iit.t disposed to push them whore th...

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. — 30 July 1896

jgg?sK' sjLmSstSSSSiSSSlSSSBSaSSSSSS bawgt8?!; j.-uvjrav pi.f w lyn'f ' WATSON OF GEORGIA. populists Rafuso to Indorse Sowall for Vioo Prosldont. (pilings !" IH'tnll of the St. Louis Oath- 'ri jnjj -HO IIIHIwim uiuiut-iu Duller un.l AlU-it tl Clmlruien Interest Ins M'rnc4 mill Incidents. ST. l.oi'i.i. July 23. At 12:37 o'clock v0,teilny Chairman Taubeneck step- 1 to the front of the platform to ,jll tin- national convention of tho topic's party to order. At tho sight of Mm fio Illinois delegation, which sat immediately below tho platform, aroeaml cheered. Quiot came with the first rap of tho (ravel. Rev. W. L. Smitn. of the Third llaptist church of this city, dolivered the invocation while the 1,300 delegates stood rover en tly. Mr. Tanbcncek's gavel again de scended upon tho conclusion of the praver Thero was somo surprise wheu the chairman introduced Gov. Mono, of Missouri, but whatever ap prehensions might havo been raised u'ero speedily removed by tho an nouncement that tho gove...

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 July 1896

sgaia j"a V & r m I ,Mii vElfcLiiaHBHBBRsi2wBBHtGHWI T,i f- i" mt i kA. Nl i ill : i ' Ml ' . ! il, i 1 , It I u I-''. I H I' , I I. it . L I Hi ,1! Kl if t M'W w fr ii H " .J- M . " m m m M ESN PUBLISHED EVBEY THURSDAY At lttogitaft the county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. During the 11 months ended with Way 31 last the exports of this coun try amounted to 679S,-JG5,351 and the imports to S723,5G1,2G1. A society in Europe is known as the Naturians, which holds that civiliza tion is played out and that tho human race should return to a state of nature. Lizzie Hkow.v, a Chicago woman with an appetite for spirituous bever ages, has been arrested TOO time1; within tho last 5 years for drunken ness. As the head of the Vanderbilt fam ily Cornelius Vanderbilt controls 07, 000 miles of railroad, capitalized at over 5300,000,000. He holds the welfare of thousands in his hands. Mils. IIe.nrv Ingram, of liattlo Creek, Jliclu, was said to havo pone without iood for 150 days an...

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 July 1896

"I liS-gyf''Jrrj!r?1r UKANB ARMY REUNION. tfhe Encampment at St Paul to Bo Well Attendod. , of tho Ocntleinen Who Desire to Be Coronminler In Chief What ! IHlng Done for the Comfort of the Veteran. Special Chicago Letter. Citiens of St. l'aul nro deeply Inter ested in the approaching1 encampment 0f the Grand Army of tho Republic, to I held in that city September 1-5 next, and are cxertinpr themselves in effort to make the occasion a memorable one, so far a lies " I'n ne'r power to do so. Members of the Grand Army are look jiip forward to tho meeting with de cided satisfaction, and they confidently pridict that it w ill be the largest guth- COMMA.'DER-IN-CHIEF WALKER. tr'.ng of that body since the memorable gathering at Washington in 1S92, wlu-U troii;,' desire to see the old ground cone out in the great review of 1805 and to isit the southern battlefields attracted exceptionally large numbers of soldieis and their wives. St. Paul is capitally fitted for cn tertainiu? the encampment,...

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 July 1896

ickc ,-JOJK ; ' ,7 W ifi ifl H ? . H ,I I !K V ft , til L. 1 M l!ii LM ' 1 iH 6 AN OPINION OF WEIGHT. SsrOuiCTUunmn fellowi Says McKlnley Will lie Elected. Er-Chngrcssmnn John II. Fellows, who shed tears at Chicago over the ne cessity of refusing (o follow the demo cratic leaders on a silver platform, is etilL firm, if not tearful. Ho passed through Chicago recently en routo to "Virginia, and expressed himself as con JTdent of MeKinlcy's election. "Am you ia favor of the nomination oC u, separate ticket?" was asked of Jilm. "C shall express no opinion as to that muoiv, and will leave thut to the demo crats of the country to decide," he an- Have you encountered much of the "increased silver strength that Is said to l showing itself in New York?" "Ob, there is some, silver sentiment in. New York, but the, people are over whelmingly against 'silver, and the country will find that out before very long." "Will the reported accessions to the -siltezitcs among the ngricultural voters oC Ne...

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 July 1896

ggjjgiMffafcfflg '" Tt rWrf CV llC$0C0ttittjfcttt. rilUltSDAY, JULY 30. 1896. mitici: to tiik PunLiu. mi contracts nud bills (or advertising pay iii, monthly. ilcrllslns rates flvcn upon application. iiunness locals 10 cents per lino for first ln ., tlon. and R ceuts per line for each aubse ut insertion. nir t ocomso Son Is pleased to contribute mi'ilic mattcis, but all notices ot festivals, , , meeting of societies, suppers, enteK m, nls and mention ot marriages, births , leaths beyond the regular announco- n ill be cliarsod for at regular rates. CITY SUNBEAMS, raniiuc millinery at Rogers'. Great ,, iiution in juices. jt swine pliigue is still raging in ne i-alt Hier Valley. j M Dennis, tho Williams sawmill n was in town yesterday. ( ,i,.j Cauall left yesterday for a ,,U iait to Los Angeles, Cal. V ,i inched iooiih to reut Inquire at , H.snlii ie of E. Attig. ou I'boculx r0 t'ameioti leturned Tuesday mi i ni" to the Verde, Jerome and -. ! It. 1 i,r A iv i. lauroau nave ujieuou ',le...

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 July 1896

.fcsL.m-isacMS'sasssE m " Ae i&Jjd2iJsya!irt 2U pi ,.j 1 &'M fH f! ,i.Kti M i gfoe C0txrnitt0 j$uu. Southern FaclHo New System. A dispatch of the 20th instant says: Manager J. A. Fillmore has decided to inaugurate a new sjstoui of disciplin ing the employes of the operating department of the Southern Pacific company. The now system is to be one of dis cipline by record, and debits aud credits will he entered against the names of employes as the occasion requires. A bad record will eventually result in the employed dismissal. A good record, on the other haud, marked with credits for excellent con duct, deeds of heroism and loyally, good judgment iu emergencies, etc., will operate to tho employe's advan tage. Tho company thus hopes that the system will prove of great advan tage aliku to tho company and to em ployes and their families. In tho circulars issued today it is set forth that tho new system will be put into effect on August 1. Upon that date all employes will bo con s...

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 August 1896

mM&MtemmmMmsMaiMmmmB& ' t t- Territorial Libraiy 'ft ! 'I I VOL. XIII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY,, AUGUST 6, 1896. NUMBER 48 She Coconino HmMji &M w 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 little for yourself, depend on it there is no j)crson 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 tell you how well wc think we can supply your wants in the lumber line and how much less wc have to charge for it than others. JOOOOOOOOOOOC The Prices oooooooooooo THEARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO., FLAGSTAFF NO WHISKBRS! 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. oooooooooooc The Times is the o...

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 August 1896

.n IHHg II J i .IS' -J ; , sis Jsa. i i' PS r : hJ ;r 'J 4 1. t- .' " l J '. 18 YJ ? ' i F : , I i r-! ' I 1 J m ' H I' t U "i.i-H P I w Ufoe Coxmiiutf Juxu. C. M. Funston, Editor. THURSDAY, AUGUST 0, 1890. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. OnoYear 2 CO Six Months 1 25 ThreoMonths 75 Address all communications and tuako nil remittances to 0. M. Fckston. Flagstaff, Arizona. Advertising rates given upon application. Entered at the Flagstaff post ofllco as second-class matter. THECOCOflifiTO The Prescott "Courier" sajs: Tin' goklbug republican papers of Aiiomi aro becoming bolder nnil bolder in their utterances." The electiou in Alabama Monday does not show any largo populist gains, but on the contrary tho demo crats carried tho stato with the usual uiajotlty. The water woifcs aro uot much talked about these clays, but that had ought uot prevent tho people of Flag Staff from usiug all endeavor to get the water system, as it will be needed next year. The Tucson "Star," width claims to be tho leading ...

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 August 1896

iLiii.' r JBm&4S3fS6E'' rMttiuAmSKmssaAS, j. atw . VSLi. --at .- - - JjC OCOntUJCJr g:n ,tiiT.TSIIi:D EVERY TUUKSDAY "TFiueitaff the county seat of Coco ntuo county. HELEN. Do you know since first I met you, Helen dear, rvo been powerless to forget you Want you near? That I cannot llvo without you? There's a certain charm about you. Causing 'no to never doubt you. Which Is queer, Since so many girls have told mo They'd be true. And ns regularly sold me Not llko you. Who've been faithful to mo ever, ever sought our love to sever. But with every fond endeavor, Dearer grew. Many times nnd oft, I've held you On my knee, yet I never have compelled you There to bo; Though I often used to kiss you. And when far away would miss you; I am certain that In this you Will agree That you sanctioned such caresses As were those, -jet their naughtiness no less Is, 1 suppose. If Dame Rumor would but drop her Sly remarks but I can stop her, you're my daughter: so It's proper Now she knows. Good Ho...

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 August 1896

-j.jteteAtfi. Mm .:ifia W: . . k , r PUBLISHED EVEEY THURSDAY At Magstafl tbo county jieat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. It hns been estimated that tho nn thrneito coal Mtpply will bo exhausted in 100 yenr.s. Tiik SOth man was recently lumped on the fallows at Fort fcmitli, Ark., by the federal uuthorftics. Thkiik are 334,OOOhalrs on the human body. Prof. Charles Stewart, an Eng lish scientist, bays he has counted them. It is tho opinion of Connecticut ex perts that morc,thnn half the coffee cold in this country is a tlmm and a swindle. The consumption of horse and don key meat in Paris is rapidly increasing. Tho records show that 30,000 horses were used for food in that city in 1895. AFThit devoting a year to experi ments Tesla announces that electricity can be transferred as amotive power without loss over a distance of at least 600 miles. Mexican veterans will eelobrate tho SOth anniversary of the war on August 19 and 20 at Vnndalla, 111., tho homo of Ferris Forman, the o...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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