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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 24 September 1896

f3t "ST-S,. !. yf-i FOR ALTGELD AND WATSON. llllnoN Populist Fumi on the Governorship, lut on Nothing Else. Chicago, fcept 17. After nlno hours of exciting dcbnto, the populist state invention lata last night tacitly In-dor-ed Gov. Alt?old by leaving the head ot tbo ticlcot blank. E. II. Allen ami O. I Hoars. wero named for elect-o-at-larce. The fight of tho con volition was ovor the question of a jjubormitorial noinlnation, and oncoor twice pollen wore called in to eject dis ordenv delegates. Under the compro-jiii-o llnally agreed upon, tho head of the ticket was left vacant, and Henry Llovd, slated for tho nomination for jjovornor. was named for lieutenant- jJOMMUHr. The platform adopted indorsed tho M Louis, convention and contained the f owing: ,-. i Jo raoit heartily imlorso the wisdom o' ir n-Uion-il contention In tho nomination o Thoici K. Watson for vice president of the In'. J Male, and most emphatically denounce ,ii .ii inn ttli'ch prevents tho populists of any s j't' fr m...

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. — 24 September 1896

mmimmmmMmms. "i& ??' K J jSK TUt; afc".-rf u :f mmmgmiz B ;; rj -i . i i I 1 si i i i ! i k m . 1 ht ! 11 . J' fiv.m US H ,l' tye ojcouinjor gtm PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Plngstoft the county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Tow.vr.n the close of this month a convention of Canadian annexationists is to bo held in Toronto. Australia, which was nearly cre mated with heat last January, is now struggling with snows that have broken down all the telegraph lines. Vjiii.k James Turner was watching a parado at Urooklyn the other night a rocket ignited by one of the paraiiers shot into his mouth and exploded, fracturing his jaw, from which ho died the next day. Dkkss and other fabrics mado from nvood-silk, an artificial silk manufac tured in Franco from wood pulp, are toeing sold extensively in London as among the leading features of this sea Eon's l'aris novelties. l'KOFKSsous of the now klto pho tography claim that they can bend up eight cameras, In the form of an octa gon,...

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. — 24 September 1896

- .' tt, ?&, i3&7&W$$tiLto- J5 - .& V &Z&tl?tom&&m2m wr? A. ?ROM BRIAN'S HIE. Political Notes and Observations from the Popocrat Candi date's Own City. IIIS PLATFORM ANALYZED. A Constant Appeal to Class Preju dce in the Interest of Sil ver Mine Owners. P, ,.(. men are studying the money J.t ii Mr. Hrjan lias seen fit to Ll'ii uidlences over ami out again L, i , business men of the country nrc J.mi.r fioe silver partly because they j"o'i h""w nil thing about the question inil r",h heenuse tI,ey arc dMioncfct. in i Mr. ltryan misleads his follovv r , i, misrepresents the business men. J, .,; be true that what Is called free ,1, .imitation started first anions the .. n nthcr than among the business , I ii later the business men have n,l t'i f no-silver literature, have reail k,,,, , Irs of the question, until nt the K ., time the business men of the J, t , aie thoroughly Informed fiom a u. standpoint and from a uonpnr ,i. ii iiidpolnt on the money questi...

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. — 24 September 1896

rv w . . .. If'p II ft a i" a H'W , 1,' I 'n ! f tt U CANNOT SAVE A FORTUNE T?ros!Uont3 of This Ropubllo Aro Not Woll Remunerated. 'TXhey Htvo i:xiouiea Which Iloiflerii for Kcunnmy Do Not Tnke lata Con- elileratlou How Our Attain Aro Administered. Special Washington Lettcr.J The plain people of this republic arc : nbout to confer upon William McKlnicy, of Olilo, or upon William Jennings Bry an, of Nebraska, the highest oflice with in their gift that of president of the United States. It will be pertinent for a moment to glance at this office, its hit!es and emoluments. There are up wards of 70,000,000 citizens of the re public, and only one of them can at any i.nc time hold the chief executive oflice. There are three great brnnches of our government, the legislative, the exec utive and the judicial. The legislative .blanch consists of 350 representatives, -who are elected every two years, and 90 teiiators, who are elected for terms of i. years, each. There ore 45 states, -jind each...

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. — 24 September 1896

- W .-vJ. aaEJTfcy'gs :;-,?McaKjayA.-j . " ghcffffcomttojfcra. T1IL'KSUAY. SEPTEMBER 24, 1896. MVT1CE TO THE PUBLIC. ll ,-ontracti and bill for advertising pay. Me monthly- jrrtllns rates elvcnupon application. nu in locals 10 cents per line for first In--iiiou .ind 5 cents per line for each nubae a'ucal osertlon. Tut ioco.mno Sun U pleased to contribute .- Viii ic m.ittciR. but all notlcos of festivals, meetings of societies, support, enter- , ni- and mention of marriage, births 'l,i ,i, it lis beyond the regular announce , will be charged for at regular rates. AMUSEMENTS. llWSlUTT'S OIUCKA HOUSE. t.pto her 26 "Jane," Lorralno and Bar- ire assisted by local talent. Bcncfllt i i.D School Library fund CV kr:i-Morrison's "Faust." rr ."9. 30. 31 Wllber's Stock Company, angc of play nightly. CITY SUNBEAMS, Hotel Ramona. Lot Angeles, 50c up. iated A saddle pouy. Apply at Sts office. F Kent Furnished rooms. In qu e of H. Heller. I! dt Pills ate putely vegetable j "of pin ge. pain or gripe...

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. — 24 September 1896

!, ..- tfft j. 4- -!3wsasapt-- -; ta8r rw IM it " ?i, jl , i i t i V if ' h it, hi Mil Whew Does tlio Farmer Come In? Iu Now Yoik state, within a radius of 100 liiiles of tho metropolis, agricultur ists havo mostly left oft" making butter anil cheeso ami instead tell tho milk . from their farms for consumption in , New York city. They haul tho fluid in wagons twico n day to tho nearest sta-, tlon. There an icehouso and receiving houso havo been built by thu milk com pany. The company takes charge of tho product, aerates ami cools it and next morning Bhips it to ,Ncw York. Tho company likewise keeps smooth longued agents traveling through tho milk districts to induce moic farm wom en folk to sell milk to this organization thai will pay spot cash for it, thus sav ing thi- ladies labor in tho work of mak ing butter nnd clicsse. Tho farmers that havo gono into tho milk supply business havo no pig's or calves on their places. Thoy cannot nffoul to ruiso them. They buy pork mtd knock tho ...

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. — 24 September 1896

-.. wek.jsiam& SSHife'tev -& "".a; us'1' t w r J s-PKLt. i. s - -, -, . 'wmnuMaMi i :i i't iifi if Ut ! M M tl SUPPLEMENT TO THE COCONINO WEEKLY SUN. FLAGSTAFF, .... ARIZONA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 189& His Repeated Assertions Concern ing India Wheat Proven False. HON. JAMES BRYCE SPEAKS. Denials by Members of the English Parliament and a Prominent London Merchant. In the speech delivered l.v 'William Jennings llrynn to the farmers of New 'York assembled at Chautauqua, the In dia wlieat fake was revamped by the silver candidate for president. Tlio as sertion made by Sir. Bryan in his Omaha debate last May that the E:ig lish speculators could drive great bar gains in ImyliiK silver and trading it for India wheat to the detriment of the American farmer was reiterated and embellished by his fervid imnglnition so as to create the Impression that the decline of silver has made India the most formidable competitor of the American wheat and cotton glowers. As usual, Mr. Bryan ...

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. — 24 September 1896

&&&!&;&, fiS tJl2 GOLD IMPORTS. Th0T re Cmucd ly the Italnnco of Trade ' ' Helm; In Oar Favor. Vainoton-. Sept. 19. "The present ljIo of pold to tho United States Is ,hl. result of natural conditions. Tho balance of tratlo is now In our favor, an I lu' pnslu'uls nr that It will re ina n ' "lit" the cotton crop Is moved, ,f no lonu'cr." This was the statement v( ,ss st int Comptroller of tho Treas ury l.i'orjre M. Coflln yesterday, when kil to account for tho largo shipment-, of the vellow metal to this coun ttv lie eortlnued: jv Mwut iMtomentof the buroiu of sta tjs,i finfrlii! tbo Imports nnl exports of Wn ,a i c fcHei tho best posilblo oxplana ,ion ic largo Imports of sold. Tlio Increase cl ra, i tlun Jii.tUi.ox) In morchamlUe cx ,r s nuil iho decrease of J2l,t'0J,t)03 In mcr tj,,n i imports as compareJ with August a.. i r iruJ that the movement of sold to ,!, i iirv Is tho result of nuturnl condl-,10.- Tlio truilo balanco in fuor of this foa t i n u-u-t amount...

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. — 1 October 1896

W''JTU I .- . im nj . i, .atiut,'t-ts:i!-w' ..- HWWljuwwii mi mini jt- t Caftntin Hiehlt) tm. : a j VOL. XIV. FLAGSTAFF, ABIZONA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1896. NUMBER 4 r ,-.gh. t- . - -:.ea'yaKi?.iiaal!MN 'leiiiloiul Libraiy s A GREAT BIG ? You expect to live five years, ten years, or fifty years, as the case may be. Sit down and figure out the total of your rent for that time and watch the house growing under your pencil. We can show you how to be your own landlord, pay yourself the rent, own a home, and have a few dollars left to bet on the com ing election. xxxsooooooooc The Prices OOOOOOQOOOQO THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO., FLfOSTFF ARIZONA. "flrv Mestment iiv KioWledfie Fresno Business College, Normal School - AN'D or)serOalory of VlGsie THE BEST INSTITUTION in which to make the investment, oooooooooooo Courses: Business, Shorthand and Type writing, Ncrmal, Music, Elocution and Art. Tuition : Twelve months, $75; six months, $50; three months, $30. toooooooooooc GOOD BOHRD H...

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. — 1 October 1896

tswsr- '. ji . -K lgl 3ES4 i'SiH W." ..W'TfePW-JP i i ' '" "- rAi&uSi&ZiL, .to ,.. aagaE, - iirrfowffiB&S a. -s- jlrajHgSfflifca; Myr,atTUF-,fci TttS III Wi Mil MllM i Wli iMUPWH ' I II H I iwppinpi I l ! "WINM in iiii Minn I ml I1 I. n V&-ii-.2n?- , -J!Tt ' --... '--r -sx.ttr5 - m 9 1 ! : I" V r H ; t i 'i ) . I ' ' i' i i i I t I. t.'il;.: i. r .In;. t , -.1 , i $hcoconincr Juiu. C. M. Fuxston, Editoh. THURSDAY, OCTONEU 1. 181)0. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. OnoYcar $3 00 Six Mouths 1 25 Three Mont lis 75 Address all communications andmakoall remittances to O. SI. Fukstox, Flagstaff, Arizona. Advertising rates given upon application. Eutcred at the PlagsfUff pot otllco ns second-class matter. Delegate to Congress Hon. A. J. DORAN. For Council A. A. DUTTON. For Assembly c. s. Mccormick. For Sheriff R. H. CAMERON. Probate Iudge N. G. LAYTON. District Attorney E. S. CLARK. Recorder AL DOYLE. Treasurer J. A. LAMPORT. Board of Supervisors J. M. DENNIS, J. A. VAIL. The Williams c...

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. — 1 October 1896

E2EE22z2Ka5Mk JAPAN STJRICKEN. Ovor Two Thousand Dead and Px'oporty Devastator! -The City of Kobe Almost Wiped Out bjm Coiilbicnttlou Which Destroyed M.SOO Houses Thol'eupU l'aulc-Strlckeu. S Francisco, Sept. 23. Flood, storms ami earthquakes caused ilie Ions of 2.500 lives and tho destruc tion of millions of dollars' worth of property in northern Japan. The tUiuner Doric.froin tho Orient, brought news of a sorios of catastrophes that ,iavc befallen tho mikado's realm that are unprecedented in its history. In i ,fu prefee.ture.4,300 homes were blown )imi. and along tho llijt-Gawa, 400 pct-noiis lost their lives. Tho severest t.vrin occurred on August SO. Along ,h' Isatsugawa, 81 lives woro lost. The great Hood was preceded by a severe earthquake. Then followed a uiwu-pour" such as has never before lecn experienced on tho islands. Tho rurope.ui residents were panic-stricken ind sought shelter on tho highlands. The Minutosrnwa o.-crilowed its banks at midnight of August SO, nnd the wa...

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. — 1 October 1896

hife':ai?;..,. fc-ia 4X& - .Sfe f-W , t -i i; j i r ! X :l t ", n ! 1 i, i PUBLISHED EVERY 'THURSDAY At fflngstaff tha county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Duriko 1S95, according to statistics On the subject, tho people of the United States spent $:'0,00O,000 for chewing gum. Tun Denver, Col,, Trades and Labor assembly has decided to send four of Us members Into the middlo states to work for silver 5n the labor unions. Tin. Lktvis Swift, of the Mount Lowe observatory, at Vasailcnu, Cal., has dis covered two now comctscloso together, loth being about ono degree from the sun. Tin: September report of tho depart ment of agriculture At Washington makes the number of youDjj hog-s iu "the country for fattening seven per cent, smaller than last year. Gov. Hastings, of Pennsylvania re cently pardoned John llardslcy, who misappropriated over S.100,000 of city und state funds while city treasurer of Philadelphia. The governor gave no reason for his action. E. J. Mattson. a cl...

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. — 1 October 1896

JigH JhJghtf3WMa tZCCf&RStZi: gpi & mfcm&mmmJb - v- J.'r-jn a END OF HENRIETTE RENAN. jler Ilmthcr Snj "Sho Died an Sho Had l.uvil, Without ltecowiicnao." In May Henrietta accompanied M. Kenan on that celebrated, expedition to Palestine, vlie fruits of which were CHimi to the world In tho "Vio do JeMts." After spending' some months in dalileeiind the Lebanon, thoy found themselves in Hoy rout in September. Their orlc was nearly finislio.l, nnd tnev were eagerly loolsitif,' forward to their return homo, when Mdllo. ltonan u.i mmzo.I with fever. Tho villugo of Amvlutin. near llyblos, a favorite vij Him of hers, seemed preferable to Hoi nut as a resting placo for tho snort remaining time, but scarcely had they removed there whon hor brother, in his turn, was smitten. Th re was no ono in tho villat;o com petent to troat tho disoaso, and whon the doctor from Ileyrout arrived it was too late to savo Ilenriette. s le died, as she had lived forso lonj, nl 'in- During her long ac...

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. — 1 October 1896

,i&1sajfcawH V'yirjHM-r-'VW ?S.-r-&4 .-w.r i ' K ! J I f W3I. ' i.uv l r : , im 1 tfU ifr,jK t " lift?. ffill SJfli rMii t IlifP liilliv H V . BUTTERFLIES. Out In tho churchyard tho crass grow accp, Whcro tho peaceful dead were lying; Over their quiet and holy sleip Tho buitcrMcs whlto wore flying, Al'd ono llttlo child was playing there In tho churchyard, sunny and still; He'd wandered away, In his Innocent play, From tho little whlto houso on tho hill. 'Butterflies, huttcrfllcH!" crltd tho child, As ho played on tho grassy sod, "You'io tho souls of tho llttlo dead children hero Fluttering up to God!" Out In thn churchyard a place nw-raado Walts for tho Innocent dead; Still, for tho dear llttlo sleeper, thero Waited his quiet bed. . And a long farewell they say over him, With kisses on lip and brow; And with flowers sweet at head and feet, Ho goes from his mother now. Butterllie3 flutter above her head, As she kneels on tho grassy sod. And the llttlo vv hlle soul of her pre...

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. — 1 October 1896

-irft , $ : jfei-41, ??& - vjfc. j&zjda &&' fv; - igi)Gtiai3!9aasiK&iLrav3 gSSSWCTJBwSBBWBllBfrwtiuaif'ii.fi11"'1 iMiMMBnwg-.p ri-jTn-jr'- -i .-.,-- .'- "UTijalKMW- i hc0comtt0Jfcra. HirUSDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1896. NOTICE TO IfllE PUBLIC. mi tracts and bllli (or advertising pay- , u. mtbly. v, -crmlng rate given upon application, i m-s locals 10 cents per line (or Brit ln- and 5 cents per line (or each suhsc- nertton. 1 i oconiso Sen Is pleased to contribute . matter, but all notices ot festivals, meetings o( societies, suppers, enter , nil, and mention ot marriages, births tsith beyond the regular announce w .1 be charged (or at regular rates. AMUSEMENTS. wuii rrs oi'Kua. iiousk. :i MonlMin'a "Faust." r .11. 30. 31 Wllber's Stock Company, ,eof play nightly. CITY SUNBEAMS. F '.iratinti closes on October 13. H tel Ramona, Los Angeles, 50c up. , , iHiurd of supervisors meet Moti- .t r i Rent Furnished rooms. In- ,.f 11. Heller. , , Utiles of the M. E. cl.urOh will diuuc...

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. — 1 October 1896

SU . Jm kvw-- I ! a i j ,' I J. H i t'- ', V if ' lln:Vlft TO PRESERVE BIG GAME. Western Hcscrrci for tlio llroetlins of llufrnlo, Klki Ktc. Most wilil animals aro much more lo cal in their habits than vtc imagine; that is, they beeomo attached to some especial small range of country, to which they confine themselves at cer tain seasons of tho year. Wo seo, says a writer in Harper's Weekly, tho same thing in our domestic stock on tho range. A bunch of horses will livo for months in some little, set of ravines, feeding over tho same ground day in and day out, until some chango in tho weather causes them to move to another locality. The same is truo of range cattle, though they wander moro than horses. Though all species of our western wild game wholly chango their range in spring and autumn, yet, after they have settled down on their sum mer or winter ranges, tho area that they cover in their dally wanderings is not extensive. At certain hours of tho day they go to water; at a partic...

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. — 8 October 1896

ty( Cnconimi WccUU) tm. 'emiorul Librai) VOL. XIV. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1896. NUMBER 5 A GREAT BIG ? You expect to live five years,, ten years, or fift' years, as the case may be. Sit down and figure out the total of your rent for that time and watch the house growing under your pencil. We can show you how to be your own landlord, pay yourself the rent, own a home, and have a few dollars left to bet on the com ing election. JOOOOOOOCOOOC The Prices oooooooooooo THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO.. FLfGSTfFF fRIZONf. ix IrWestrrtervt ii Knowledge Pays the fiest Interest." Fresno Business College, Normal School AND OorjserOalory of VItisie THK BEST INSTITUTION in which t make the investment. Courses: Business, Shorthand and Type writing, Ncrmal, Music, Elocution and Art. Ttjiitioan : Twelve months, $75; six months, $50; three months, $30. oooooooooooc GOOD 130HRD HND ROOM, $15 PER MONTH. For catalogue and particulars address RAMSAY, FAST & RAMSAY, FRESNO, CAL. ...

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. — 8 October 1896

J'!- V ' ,. M ujr 3gk j -;'. iS -&. f, Ui. . SteU-Jii '. "V. f? i v i ' r ' I-1 this v ft' I V tf i 't, She Cotauiucr Jhw. C. M. Funston, Editor. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8. 189C. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year 12 00 Six Months t 25 Three Months 75 Address all communications and make all remittances to 0. II. Kbnston, Flagstaff, Arizona. Advertising rates given upon application. Entered ut t ho Flagstaff post office us sec ond-clus matter. Delegate to Congress Hon. A. J. DORAN. For Council A. A. DUTTON. For Assembly c. s. Mccormick. Probate Judge N. G. LAYTON. District Attorney E. S. CLARK. For Sheriff R. H. CAMERON. Treasurer J. A. LAMPORT. Recorder AL DOYLE. Board of Supervisors J. M. DENNIS, J. A. VAIL. Justices of the Peace J. A. WILSON, E. S. WILCOX. Constables M. T. (bain) BLACK. THE SILVER. QUESTION. The contention of the democratic party is not (.imply for the free coinage of silver. One might easily believe in thefiee coinage of silver and yet not be able to support that patty b...

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. — 8 October 1896

KILLED BY JOY. Wom.m Die Upon Serine a Son She Had Mourned as Dead. Awi-'TON. Aln., Oct. 1. News of a Grange '"ul rnthotic (loath comes from KivUnin 30 miles north of this city. 1'ive years ago n young man named Charli" Vincent loft home mysterious' jv, nn.l during tlio years which fol Ion oil there came no tidings of him to his humous parents, who finally gavo him no as dead. Last Sunday young V m'oiit, who had beon out west, camo lmini', intending to givo his paronts a plrnsaut surprise. His mother was visiting at a neighbor's when he reached the house, so he sent another ncn,'i'l"'f to t(Jll lle" thatn man wanted to see her at home. Sho came home ini mod iately, and at the sight of her mil, whom sho had so long mourned as j0,t, n'iu swooned nway. Kvery effort m.is made to rcsuscitato her, but she jioJ yesterdiy without having re gamed consciousness. A LUCKY ESCAPE. I'.alloon Iturts nml the Acrnnnut Tumble! 1,000 Feet to the i round. Kisiivii.i.K, Ind., Oct 1. John W. Inness, an 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. — 8 October 1896

i . ... ITlUWWii.,,,. faiiawtA ' .,ani -rfSWlL- a3e?SSSEgKuw46t i?3L .i r U ? ; it I , w ' ' U 'i .,, , J-Ji J'-. P.I1 fe ll'i ' i" : iju trconina gun PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tha county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Conx Is being shipped from Mobile, Alii., in big quantities, owlnff to a fam ine in tlio two Mexican provinces upon which Mexico depends for its supply. A mo syndicate, composed of New York and Chicago mon, is looking for iv location in Washington to put up as they say "the most magnificent hotel in America." Ministkks of all denominations crowded the parlors of the Y. M. C. A. hall at Now York on the JSth in re sponse to a call having for its object the evangelization of Greater New York. Ai.exaxdku Iswooi) died recently at Hartford, Conn. Ho was a strange man. He predicted the time of his death months ago and the end came just -18 hours after the timo named by him. lie kept his cotlin by his bedside. Francis 1'ki.lam', a resident of Marinette...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
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