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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 6 August 1896

5te$IHIiBHe8 i2fi .j;,""""- i 2J ft.1 c t- 'JT.f , WOLCOTT'S POSITION. The Oilnrailo Senator (liven 1IU Reasons fur siniiurtlii(5 the Keimbllcaii Ticket. Dk.nvkii. Col., Aug. a. Senator Ed vranl 0. Wolcott lias issued n signed statement outlining1 his position in the iiri-ent campaign. Ho says the silver question N most vital, nnil that whllo rocognizliiir "iat International bimetal lm i the most doslrablo means by which silver could bo restored us a money motiil, ho Hrmly believes the Unite I Mutes could restore it indo jicmlently ot other nations. He main tains that his position has always been, during his seven years In the senate, the sjiiio as that of tho othor silver fi-n.iti'i . Tho (inancial plank of the republican platform, he says, is for from satisfactory, but ho holds that the nledjic for tho furtherance of interna tional bimetallism must bo taken in good faith in view of tho party's record on other questions. Tho platform is, he allirins. asldo from tho money ques tion,...

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 August 1896

,.. ..' h v lit,, : II 1 r &$ r M WOMAN AND HOME. BANDAGING A FINGER. .A Simple Operation, Hut Fow Know How to Do It Successfully. Bandaging a cut finger is probably the simplest of surgical operations, yet not one in n hundred con do it succesa--fully. The bandage ordinarily put ou a finger Is ery unsatisfactory. It is cither cry clumsy, through the use ol a superabundance of material, or it gets loose and slips oft. Court plaster Is lwnys more or less dangerous; many terlous cases of blood poisoning have l)cen produced by its use. A ery simple and effective bandage lias been devised by Dr. S. George Iler mance, which enables everyone to be his o n surgeon. It has many advantages - SQUASH TOBt ,' J I l CUT OUT i ii HOW TO CUT TUB BANDAGE. oer commoner kinds of wrapping, or the use of gloe fingers. It also works scry well In the case of a crushed finger, or a large wound for which plas ter vtould be out of the question. This "bandage remains so firmly ou the fin ger, cen while t...

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 August 1896

K. .tt4KNttv; pt (Kocvnixw gnn. HHRSUAl. AUGUST 6, 1896. oTC E TO THE PUBLIC. ontrai ts and bills for advertising pay- .Men'01"1"' . . a',icr,i.iiij: rates given upon application. p inr locals 10 cents per line for first in- ion ml scents per line for each subse- oufi-' fw- n.ertion "7!7ioto.M'oScs Is pleased to contribute iiWk matters, but all notices of festivals, !','. tttnsrs of societies, suppers, enter- ' 'Lorn ami mention of marriages, births i in ii lis beyond the regular announcc- ,,, ,, , t.e cfi.irsed for at regular rates. CITY SUNBEAMS. Hotel Kaiuoua. Los Angeles, 50c up. i cu'.im candles at Coffin's fruit jiif fa i -IhmI roouw to rt-ut. Apply to h. S 1 1 ' l Ui, v,i, fui tfut at Cofliu's by the ,1,, u.ik "i month. J' (, mii, of Prescolt, was in tun U M"ImI.i ( s Mnilli audwifu onio ill from (,il i' Sunilaj M. Iiiiiliv club was orgauized iu ttili.iiii- Mi'iiilay with fiftyiuembcrs. p, C 01ne lias purchased llio rcsi- dun ti'fl O'Hi ifii on Heaver street. rif.li f.int, ve...

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 August 1896

mm W i - ' ' - ' J 81: ' ! l!fl . ,r );. i I A ii i I u n-x m U lft A MM Ul !l ( r r'tAi & !Jli J J MM t H&fftomtxQ Mxxxx. THE KINGMAN SOANDAL- Three Prominent Citizens of that Place Arrested on the Charge of Rape. All Inst week tho moral atmosphere "of Kingman was pervaded with rumors of a good-sized scaudal which was about to see tho light in tho courts, aud Salmday the rumors rulmiuated into facts by tho arrest of W. D. Hart ley, who is charged by bis sister-iu-law with tho crime of rape. Tho fact that the girl, who is only 16, was mar ried a little over a more interesting to those who were ou tho lookout for a tensatlou. Hartley was pliced in jail and ou Tuesday given a preliminary examina tion. Tho girl camo hero two j ears ago to llvo with her sister, and until her marriage made Hartley's house har homo. Sho claims that n few months after her arrival Hartley and his wife went to a dauco one uight leaving her aud their two children in tho house. They bad not bicn gone l...

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 August 1896

ijffi;-1 " " - ." s-''h&'SSF ' Teiritoiijl Libiaiy v:- . I FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1896. NUMBER 19 VOL- XI"- " . J. " . iiit- ri Wmttit-i iiimh ritit a. r " " - !f Modest Boast. Mr Thackeray once wrote these wise ivords: ' There is no harm in being respected in this ' world, as 1 have found out; and if you don't hrag a little for yourself, depend on it there is no jicrson 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 wc venture from lime to time in this space to tell you how ivc? uc think wc can supply your wants in the lumber line and how much less wc have to charge for it than others. xxooooxoo The Prices Are Right! oooooooooooo THEARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO., FLfGSTfFF fR.ZOHf. An IiWestnvervt ii KuoWledfie Pays the Best Interest." Business College, Normal School AVD ' 6or)seratory of'JVIftsie the bkst ircs'rrriLJTiorc in which to make the investment. OOOOOOOOOOOO CoLirses:...

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 August 1896

Sfefet?ri2 MBBCHiirtiC"? KJ.TST vr -y' :i$s ft -C?-JS ;ft ata teh iSISIJfli .I '".I i" , iwuur.v ', ni M ii iiiiiiiiH mip - ' ii.ii , -jut "" " II ifi .'' il i " n I. ! I - I r. V i e t f pj ? Swh hc (Coconino Jntu. C. M. FUNSTON, ElJlTOR. THURSDAY, AUGUST 13. 180C. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $ 3 CO Six Months .-.12.3 Thrco Months 75 Address all communications and make all remittances to O. M. Funston, Flagstaff, Arizona. Adtertlsing rates given upon application. Entered at the Flagstaff post oQlco as second-class matter. THECpCOflffiP REPUBLICAN TERRITORIAL CONVENTION, HEADQUARTERS KEPUDLICAN TERRITORIAL 1 Central Committee, Piiuemx, Arizona. August 10, lew. I To the Republican Voteis of Arizona: A convention ot representative Republicans of the Territory will bo held at tho city ot Phoenix, Arizona, on Tuesday, the 22d day of September. ISM, at 10 o'clock a. in., (or the purposo ot nominating u Republican candi date tor Delegate to Congress; the selection ot a Territorial Centra...

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 August 1896

awswoi ,Vfei - ' -, - " "iinifinriiitf" n n'lM-ii- ii iMWsHirrsiiisMsTTMsMiirMrsTsM ii"Tmiinriniwi WOMAN AND HOME. OLD WOMAN NEWSBOY. 1(11 Papers, In 1'iilr Weather and Foml, l IMiiciite Her Children. The pioneer woman newspaper ven der of Chicago'' is the unique distinc tion cl.iimed by Mrs.Susnn Freds, whose jiair has hceu whitened by the passing of 60 years. At the busiest, windiest, coldest to'rner In Chicago she has stood every weekday for four years selling ner pa pers. "Po I can educate my children," as ihecxplninedto a klndly.but inquisitive tun chat-cr. No matter how inclement the da j she is always there where tho Jlasonie temple, with its thousands of tenants, frowns upon its hundreds of thousands of passers-by. IVw soldiers of the civil war, says the Chicago News, endured more vigorous v cather than lias she. She has been scorched by the hummer's heat and pinched by the winter's cold, and re peatedly hme her fingers been frost bitten -n hile making change. For two v..irs...

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 August 1896

!ii8LjjS 1 , '1 ,i ft F t I ' f! r - i n ( i ffi-Hli! A rl " tt L i i t.i jia 1 ; ?; l i J T, KSBi IS!" Ittf i Ijc ojcunino grot PUBLISHED EVEEY THURSDAY At Jlairstafl the county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Thk United States mint eolnod over 1,000,000 standard silver dollars during the month of July. A Frkxchman estimates that In & life of 50 years a man sleeps away 0.DO0 -day., walks 800days and the rest oi the tiino feeds and fusses. A iiATTAi.loM of zouaves v.is drilled at Tunis recently with the, thermome ter at 107 degrees Fahrenheit in the shade. Asa. result flvu men are dead, lu-danfrcrous'ly ill and 200 more arc in the hospital. A HFOCNT Boston dispatch stated that tlie experiments of A. Lawrence Kotchat Itlue Hill resulted in the ele vation 'of the first of four kites upon a wircta the height of 7,333 feet, which is i,tVS feet above Mount Washington and 4fea,ts the record by 800 feet. Tiikiik me, according lo the latest available reports, no less than 01 ...

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 August 1896

giC-lM 1 1 ffl . .1 ?artg m. '- W ;-,9i ; wjm "t (v sKl sawssMVflHflCsMw jHBriPiHfBnflifcBBBrfBiiTiBSiBBMc --jBHpHMBSBiBiBHtwMf iyK!jBMBffiwTWfc wiK'w r tw'''''M1-jjMMW,i,SMi -i " NEW PARTY BORN, Gold Standard Democrats Form the National Demooratlo Party. The I'uim-ntion Culled to Meet at Indian. 8imi1I. I""'- "" Sfptembcr 3 (Icn. 1'nlmrr Chairman of the Na tional Committee. IMinxirous, Intl., Aujr. 8. The name of '" new party is tlio national demoiratlcpirty. Its organizers call tho.-c suppwtlnif tho Chicago platform ml ticlttft tho populist democratic Tho liatloni'' convention of the party. i.tiimal democratic party will be held . jndiniuipjlis the ilrst week in September- Thero was unanimity in tho c inference on the selection of the name f the national democratic party, and al-.o i ih'icrinlninj? to distinguish the tno partus I'J' referring to thoso sup- )Vtjjr the Chicago platform as the nopulW democratic party. Thero was a confertneo I cforo the provisional na tional committee...

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 August 1896

'-Vf M'N! affBfe l-iftv 3fltfaul &. Ifff r II if 1 1 i I? , i ' ! M I j if i . I J I t : r f , fc i fit- 1 4 '. i i ftf J trjy 'i i J ft IT ,1 I 8feli'1 IMS ft nM PLAINLY STATED. Senator Thurston's Convinc ing Arguments in Behalf of Sound Money. "What Is Bshind the Agitation for Freo Coinage, and Who Has Carried on the Silver Campaign. CJhnrges Mado by a Prominent Democratic Paper That Re main Unanswered. An Object Lesson The Mexican Dol Jar and the Prosent American Silver Coin. L Brief Reply to the Silver Argument! of Mr. V. B. Darrow, of Chicago. Madison, Wis., July 31. The grent -political campaign of 189G was most au spiciously begun in the west to-day. In the presence of nearly 8.000 people. Sen Hlcr .lolm M. Thurston, of Nebraska, aol Clarence S. Darrow, of Chicago, presented the respecthc sides of the currency question for two hours and u half. It was n great audience and a great debate. Senator Thurston was greeted with long and continued applause, and it was several min...

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. — 13 August 1896

-rt -iti. .'2v 'u ., '- . sisjtofl636'p.jKC-4iar.. -.- ii7 ; .,; i :waadvA!!fagiWftit-yigj;aff' 'faPHBR!HgiaiB(tiPlsglli2asKa1Ks ,, :-'" -:igir'r&-mmmmmrmmssm: aBBBMsssssssstiiamjum. - . ' ';&. t , .. .sww.- rL7',i.r' jc.a . . r , r- , J . . . -Bfytl- r m - - - "'' ' ' ' " c"r '",'" ' ... . - rhcEoc0ttiufl jftm. THURSDAY. AUGUST 13. 1896. 01'IC'KTI THE PUBLIC. v -ont acts aud bills for advertising pay Me monthly Adverting rates given upon application. c ,incs 1iH-als 10 cents per lint for flrst in rtlon and scents per line for each subae oUeni m-eitlon "TTTocomm' Scs Is pleased to contribute '"blii matters, but all notice of festivals, Sirs mcetlnss of societies, suppers, enter- i nnient and mention of marriages, births i t'eailn beyond the regular annouoee- ei t ill he f harccd for at regular rates. CITY SUNBEAMS. Dnii.'t nrgleet to register. (j(1 1 ( inn's for licj clo sundries. Fuiii.Iii-i1 tootns to rent. Apply to Duuli' fin rent :it Collin's by tho dn, week or moiilli. ...

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. — 13 August 1896

ft iii.'W.mi iMiJ5wMHffion 4JGWnKaBMMKMpKfegfig ssswKiwiseSEi ,wi;u mmmmmsm jm,sj :.- - - v Tpv --; ' . ' -1H KT XT v fli'f: 1 : i'P; 1 &.;..av .. '? jssrTT - -- - V i.J.:r -fl!U " V V . " " "S).!...-! P- iB"W LJIlli.TVS' ." '31 POP "' , W. l . 'HI -iT? tiji -1 . II " ' . BKI". T-"!.' PTOUWP ' X'T "I -ti? bfl 1 : r ; 'ill , H n I 'i 1 W . 1. Jgltc Axaonincr Jnw, TO PRESERVE BIG GAME. Western Heserrei for tbe Urcedlne of Uuflnlo, Elk, Etc. Most wild nnimals nro much more lo cal in their habits than wo imagine; that is, they become attached to some especial small range of country, to which they conilno themselves at cer tain seasons of the year. We sec, says a writer in Harper's Weekly, the same thing in our domestic stock on the range. A bunch of horses will livo for months in some little set of ravines, feeding over the same ground day in and day out, until some change in the weather causes them to move to another locality. The same is truo of range cattle, though they wander mo...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 13 August 1896

i-rv IL1& U52ag sm&S6Niiir.: . a TT T- - t.W m.'- "-A S fe'-';V ., r . rw ' :mr Kv 1 V T- ' V.t- . THE COCONINO WEEKLY SUN - - SUPPLEMENT. - "V tKT-(r-gr- "vih i 4 J A 1 -J f r PUBLISHED EVEEY THURSDAY At flagstaff tho county seat of Coco lso county. BEPUBLICAN PLATFORM. A Masterly Declaration of Princi ples that Will Insure Victory. The Republicans of the United States, assembled by their representatives in national convention, appealing; for the popular and historical justification of their claims to the matchless achieve ments of thirty years of Republican rule, -earnestly and confidently address them ehcs to the awakened intelligence, ex perience and conscience of their country men in the following declaration of facts and principles: For the first time since the Civil War tho American people have witnessed the calamitous consequences of full and un destiicted Democratic control of the .government. It has been a record of unparalleled incapacity, dishonor and dis aster. ...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 13 August 1896

rMif WMfu2. AiittMJSMHhZ9U9AtfBISHAtSUUUeSaSM! T WZfi.,a'm.lmrnmm-s, -?i'f ,;, $ '''f.-rV''- '' Jtt1 . .'a rrf' ;.?. ... J ." :";j v. ,W! ..' rT ' -V. 4.' 'C-' 0 r V . . j. .' 'T&:w ) 1 - JUi'-wssr - JK.Ta"ni jas"1 "saa&eiesLisSAdB" ;. .. - .szLhimmm fcifflisiri iiiwwnr.diiigi,l r'tii-T nt.T 'l7rr"i'fT"i'Fr tT" . .,i.i.'CTP'nM WMW&miffSaBmmBRm:''- - & ft I" s A5, "" f "S 1 f "r ijs, BAMPAKT DEMOCRACY. Democratic Press Burst All Bonds In Their Indignation. In every contest in Ohio, Iown, Illinois and Michigan when the Democrats were on a free islver or cheap money platform they lmvo heen ovcrwhelmliiRly beaten. What evidence have we that there is to lie a change in '00? Montgomery (Ala.) .Advertiser. When a great party has reached thnt -ntnrro of moral denruvitv that such creat ures as Tillman, Altgeld & Co. are per mitted to speak to it, much less take an important part in moulding its politics, Us course is, Indeed, nbout run. Wa bash (Ind.) Times. Americans wil...

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. — 20 August 1896

, !' S fNanmim J!&BgJtite -."-?. j&r ' 't W' ""- "" j'W5iillfSPKf-ws--x-v,' r-T- t--Tr " fl-'vsaFMf ?'S'1,' -. v , v ' , , '""orfaJLibraiy" " i f ' 'HI- iTljc edUt) ttn. HO O l"i 1 i( I VOL. XIII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1896. NUMBER 50 IP vLoconum f Modest BofST. li-. 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 hrag a little for yourself, depend on it there is no person of your acquaintance who twill tell ihc 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 ic think we can supply your wants in the lumber line and how much less we have to charge for it than others. soooooooooooc The Prices COOOGOOCOOCO THEARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER GO., FLfGSTfFF fRIZONf. ! lrWestmerU irv Knowledge Pays the Best Interest." Fresno Business College, Norma! School - AKD 6or)ser)atory of ...

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. — 20 August 1896

;'jigmu at. . - -'-1. -AiWiii ,-. iSrfUfifeA-l Jt-i.S-i.i. - - "i-. Ml . 1. M f. 1 1 'i ! ?" f M : 51 1 I : ml Ml M in t.4 . 3 A'S 111 I I I'll f tlitlf; Xhe(&jocomucr Juu. C. M. Funs, ox, Editor. THURSDAY, AUCJUST !0. 1896. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. OuoYcar. $2 00 Six Montb3 .... . . 1 25 Tlnee Months 75 Address nil communications and make all remittances to 0. M. Fukston, flagstaff, Arltona. Advertising rates given upon application. Entered at tho nag'staff post olllce as second-class matter. J3 iSStak REPUBLICAN TERRITORIAL CONVENTION. llEAl)QUAim.Us l.LIM IIT.1l IN THlIillOIU.VI. I CLNTIIAt, COJIMITTII'. I'llor.MX, Allinult. August 10. Ml). ) To tho ltcpubllean i.ter of Ailrona. A convention of lcpicscntatlw- IJepublk-ansc tlio Tcriltoiy will liO held at the city of Phoenix, Arizona, on Tuesday, tho 2l day of September. 1S95. at 10 o'clock a in., f 5i the purpose of nominating a ltepubllcan candi date for Delegate to Congnss', tlio (.election of a Territorial Cential Couimlttcei t...

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. — 20 August 1896

m&s&m$$w$&mt V- "C5" j lni:l-MY CREMATION. Coaipl0 Dosorlptlon of Process of Iuolnoratlou. tho , Method SJui'U Moro l'opulur Thnn It Vi.n n" Yt-.ir Ago-Xumlicr ol I rt'iimturU'i) Now In Actlto Operation, lSpccl.il Chicago Letter. h the rise of Christianity npd the , m tue uncinm: 01 resurrection, mcuMit custom of burning: the tlttitl , n'to disuse. Inhuiuition took the , of incineration. The modern world ., u,i ver, discarded their crude eou ,.i, of the meaning of resurrection , , mi Knows full well that In less FHUSII l'OND (L. I.) CREMATORY. th.ui 50 years the body secreted beneath the -oil vv ill decompose into its elements r surely ns the corpse exposed on the funeral pyre. Hut the custom of 1.500 ear is not easily oiercomo and the inciheval prejudice against cremation still remains. II was not until the latter half of the present century that the agitalon In fa un of consigning the corpse to the fumes began. Jacob Moleschott, the Putch-ltnlian scientist, was the npo...

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. — 20 August 1896

,..$ g?r; .4 -u&Mtu Tfifffi' Jfo'fr&N4 MM- ' :iit, .1 i J -'S t I 1, I . ;. - i. -I ..! Ire (Eroccmtuo gitit PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the county seat ol Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. AccoitWNO to a recent government report there aro In the United Stuto3 122,000 nuilo teachers and 200,000 female teachers'. . Xkw Yohk will soon have tho tallest ofllcu l)tiU(llnj in the world. It is pa in; up in l'ark row, and will ho 38U feet high. Tiik sultan of Turkey has conferred upon Miss Clara llurton, president of tho American .section of tho Red Cioss Mjclety, the emblem of tho tecoud clnss of the Order of ChefaUat. TllKlir. were ftiid to bo )& prisoners in tho Chicago county jail awaiting' trial and tho courts all on a vacation, and yet the constitution of tho state puarantees tiecdy tr.al to nil persons accused of ciimc. Twkntv-sevkx youn women took the whito veil and 20 others tho blaclc veil at tho MalincUrodt convent at Vilkesbarre, l'a., recently. Tho Ma lin...

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. — 20 August 1896

"?; - "rft-riaitjG THE NOTIFICATION. Mcpsrs. Bryan and Sowall Formal ly Told of Thoir Nomination. THE CHICAGO PLATFORM DEFENDED. Tlic Mniio ynpstlon tho liirninount Tumi or tin' tSiinpileii Tlio Gold Mnmltird liiunil WnntlnsTIioSlhcr Supply-. 'llio I'lutrgo (it Ki'iuiilliUlan. Xm 'i-U, Auj,'. 13. AtS:20p. m yes. (f, soimuir Jones lifted his huntl to ,,.,' h mooting' to order nt Madison ,s( n'fl Mnlcn to formally notify Wil li.! m .' lirynn, of Nebraska, and Arthur j j-l ill nf Miiinu, of their nomination In tm' ilom lerntic party for the oflicos of iienli'i,t and vico presidont of the I n to 1 Mites. Tho senator then In tro no 'd Mr. P.mforth as chairman, i in. nr.ide a brief speech, after which (,oi t me, of .Missouri, was intro tlmo.l ho mado tho notification spoooli i . Mmo read his notification from pi nt 'd slips, but his voieo carried to a, tin ...? t lie ends of the hall. Turning1 to the presidential candidate, who sat Bi h s eli'Oiv, as ho finished his speech, null the forma...

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. — 20 August 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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