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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 8 October 1896

aBVil,. ,'SiWTp, MtinwiiwmiMiww ii'nwMXwiaiii'if iii Ji mm COUNTRY Condition of tho Laborer and business in a Land Where Frco Coinage Exista WHAT THE MEXICANS SAY, A Representative of the St Loui Globe-Democrat Tells What Ho Saw. Since tlic froe-silvcr people began to jwint to Mexico us nn Weal country where the free coinage of silver hart nuidc everyone happy, contented nnd pros- ktous, thero has bivn miicli wiitten by incn who hart lived there and others. The reports, which were not flattering to the country, were denied by tho sil er advocates and branded ns lies. The cilvoritos stoutly maintained that if la lur was as well employed here as In .Mexico the great question of what to do with the poor would be solved ns there Mould be no poor. They claimed that in that country there was no Wall sheet: that food, clothing and the necessities of life were cheaper; that the nation av.is prospering as It nfer hart before, and nil 'oil account of the free coinage of Mirer. The St. Louis G...

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. — 8 October 1896

5c.' -fit "- wt feW!- -?- ARwy-A $&& ixV .J&iXxi I life!. h: 'i ! 1 I 1 ". I: ' i H ' M ! r M i 6 Jtt l 5 ' m VS! s 1 H t . ' lf, i - i 4!" . rVi ' VI.' 1 i It'' btWAHE THE ROGUE. Diwp in the shadow of her haxel eyes, WattliiK (o cniuure men. Love lurking lies. Her stances nro the arrows of hta bow, Wtwrewlth ho lays unwary victims low; Anil site, unused to Cupid's artful wiles, Iinconsclous aids his purpose by her smiles, Aad knows not, as her smiles and glances dart. What anguish theso may bring to many a heart. Ah! hapless maiden. Innocently gay, No presage, or the future broods dismay; Sn lMi not know how sopn tho treacher ous guest Will roako her heart tho haven of unrest. UctKntteful Cupldl Soon from her hn'll fly, And sock n rofugo In somo lover's eye. Then from that point of vantage aim a dart Tj pierce, and ngouiso her maiden heart. Thomas Dunn Unlllsh. In Harper's Mag aalnu. AN ASYLUM DANCE. As Uils story traveled in a roundabout way it may have been elaborated...

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. — 8 October 1896

:,? jnmwmn ummmmwifiMmmn w fcaamiMiinMamW1'' in ; ruiimyiMj ihsji ifl-JBQfl rhcOocaniu0utt, 11,1 KSDAY. OCTOBER 8, 1896. U TICK TO THE PUBLIC. ..tracts and bllUfor advertising pay nth ly nijUiR rates given upon application. csi locals 10 ccnti per line for Brat in' and icenta per line for each auW portion. vomno Scs Is pleased to contribute r matters, but all notices of festivals, retlngs ot societies, suppers, enter- t and mention of marriages, births aths beyond the regular announce- ,Ue charged for at regular rates. AMUSEMENTS. ,V MUTT'S Ol'EHA HOUSE. Jl-Morrhon's "Faust." r X. 30. 31 Wllber'8 Stock Company, uceof play nightly. CITY SUNBEAMS. ugitcreil. n, i 2o ceuts ou the dollar by bay- i . i cas.li al Rogers'. , .' ladies of the M. E. cl.uivh will g a dinner on election day. , e Whist Club trill give otic of popular ilauces at Babbitt's hit 11 f inlay uight. 1 1 at It's J. Elder is now marketing i . iiur of cabbagrs giowu ou his . i. in Clark's valley, ltti'iitj-ttve per cent,...

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. — 8 October 1896

f. J2. SI' csap. c . J&-J ? r .. -. , 'H' ' f ( 51' Intlraultittne Voters. "The charge ngainst ilio prisoner is intimidating' voters," ssld tlio judge. "Dili lie usenctunl violence?'' "Not actual violence, your hoaor," replied tho prosecuting attorney, "but it was intimidation, nevertheless. lie was nt the polls in tho interest of the J republican ticket, lie had a livemouso I in his pocket with a string tied to it, and when a democratic lady arrived to vote ho would let the animal run across the floor. Your honor can imagine the result." Harper's Bazar. Tit for Tot. Customer (who lias made a collection of some of the choice candies in tho 6tore) Now, if you will wrap theso up, I'll take them home, cxamino them, and let you hear from me. Confectioner (astounded) Why, man alive! I can't stand that'! Customer Can't stand it! Why, your wifo comes up to my drygoods store about twice a week and does the samq thing with my drygoods. Puck. Matched. lie hastened away to tao dentist's An...

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. — 8 October 1896

W aL "? tivv ffy9M fti-. W f . M. tunu . i rSSg, IP I- ! J. 'l I? . s ft I lit ft 1,1 W K U SUPPLEMENT TO COCONINO WEEKLY SUN. THE FLAGSTAFF, .... ARIZONA. THURSDAY, OCTOIJKR S, ISM. 'Whenever Danger Threatened the Country They Havo Rallied to Its Support. HARD TIMES AND THE CAUSE. .Employment of Labor in Mechanical Industries and Not Debased Money is Needed. Whenever danger threatened otir Insti tution the farmer has always rallied to the support of his country. There is good reason In this, in the fact that he owns the broad acres of our territory and Is so identified with our institutions that lirotcct him in this ownership that his in terest Is necessarily of a diameter to make him the safe conservator of our government's perpetuity, prosperity and honor. In the present campaign wo nre con fronted by an issue that affects every class of our citizens, hence, there is an Interest In the outcome more intense than in any campaign since 1SGO. One reason for the manifestation for so m...

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. — 8 October 1896

. A.t5t;Ay;f ; ii,U(' ilv L,. OmtmrnmSmmttm DEATH AND CHAOS. wful Hurrlcano Devastates tha Southern and Eastern Coasts. Dnf llnmtrel lVron Lose Thrlr Liven In I tialr from the ffl Imllr The Prop erly tUningo Inritliuatile The hllr Home Dliuiantlecl. MrMrnis, Tcnn., Oct. 1. A special from Ja Kouvi!le, l'la., sayt.: It is a conservative estimate to say that 50 jv,. e have lost their lives from yes teruaj' hurricane, and the number jniv rim much higher. News from taat portion of the state where tho sto-m first strnek is very slow in cora in ' n for the wires are down and rail na ,s are impassable Wrecking pa ties which went out have not re turned, and it will bo several davs be fore the full extent of tho damage is know n The hurricane struck Florida at lo ar Keys. It passed In its path of deduction over 20 towns and villages, 01)1 reports show thatletween SO urn) 4 rootle have certainly been killed. 'I - wind forced a tidal wave in the fleets of Cedar Keys. All tho news received from ...

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. — 15 October 1896

SwSSBSS raiy f i-U -vjt A a vnn T3 an ffVMI .- tttt . VOL. XIV. FLAGSTAFF, ABJZONA, THUBSDAYOCTOBEB 15, 1896. NUMBBB6 ,! wU-' "Ai 'r . triumi -K Jl 4 y Cocunimi IVchln THEARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO., FLftGSTfFF fRIZONf. : oooooooooooo Arc confident we know just as much about who, is, going D be the next President as you do, but we , " ARE not banking so much on our knowledge of politics as we are on our ability to suit you when you want to buy lum ber. This is the time to buy, because we are anxious to turn some of these large piles of lumber into money, and the prices we have will please THE PEOPLE Do you want to figure on a special bill? If so, we are in hhape to do that, for we have a first-class stock and are here to tell you we propose T SELL CHEAP. xxxsooooooooc The Prices Are Right! " (i Irwesimeru ir Knowledge Pays the Best Interest." Fresno Business College, Normal School - AND orjserVafory of JVlGsie THE BEST INSTITUTION in which to make the investment. oooooooooooo Co...

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. — 15 October 1896

jk 3SHP; ' ";. .aSt j&i & A4& -&' X A.T3S &l&3 iaSljdL ; ,x I l! ' ' ' t to; i.Ti !! -J.h1 ni m M ( ELI sM She dxctmiutr Juu. C. M. Funston, Kpitor. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1896. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. OnoYear t S 00 Six Months 126 Three Months T& Address all communications and make all remittances to C. M. Funston, Flagstaff, Arizona. . . Advertising rates given upon application. Entered at the Flagstaff post office as second-class 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 Phoenix "Gazette" is waging a fierce war on lluckey O'Neill and fears that he will defeat Mark Smith, the candidate of tho Demociacy. Tin: Tucson "Star," the leading democr...

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. — 15 October 1896

H.gfteVJOaffllJsflMMffin' s ii mm ii i imnnumTi iTwwiiiwr- SHREWD ROBBERS. ven Arrested Who Are Accused of Stealing by Wholesale from Freight Trulns. CiucAdo, Oct 9. Secret service igents of the Chicago & Northwestern iave arrested the member and stopped ho operations of the most skillful, as jrell as successful gang of freight car pilferers with whom the railroad de fectives of Chicago have had to deal In jiany years. It is known thus far that 3vc railroads, the Northwestern, Bur Jnpton, Groat Western, Wisconsin cutr.it snd Hock Island, havo suffered ihroueh tho operations of the gang ,ml ft is believed that not less than 510.000 worth of property has been Itolen within the last six months. W. T. Johnson. G. W. Parker, J. C. Miller, harmed with conspiracy and robbery; inil 3 T. Hnmburgor, charged with receiving stolen property, havo been irrested in connection with the ave They planned their work so that one member of tho gang was Jiqved by freight In a huge box narked househol...

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. — 15 October 1896

v a& .&"'. .V .viJSfciiC W, r tfe. . w. ,- .! .jL wui.ta ?s "- 2M3tW &&&, Iff it i I i K ' Hi'1! ra R: . t ft" J'' !! yjt i Ij tfcmtitttf gtmf PUBLISHED SVKBY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county Mat oi Cooo nlno oounty. CURRENT COMMENT. A French scicutist declares that the earth is gradually growing colder. The 1890 world's crop oi wheat is es timated at 2,!!81,0S0,O0O bushels, or about 88,000,000 bushels less than last year and 131,000,000 bushels less than 1894. The SU Louis Republic says: "The Wcylo built for 25 opens indefinite pos slbilttics for tho future. We may yet huvo a train propelled by its passen irers at a swifter rate than tho steam locomotive can attain." A roTTEii at Rock Island, 111., has succeeded in making a jug measuring over fivo feet in height and nearly three feet in diameter. It is without a flaw and is said to be the largest jug ever turned out. It will hold 110 gallons. , Duiiixo an illness from an abscess on tho brain, caused by a blow re...

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. — 15 October 1896

i - 't-v ". -fr - && f WENT BACK TO DIE.. 1,1,. Kirrutlnn of Two Seminole Indians " at Wewolca., I. T. Gi-TiiRiKi k., Oct. 13. A Sunday double execution took place yesterday orninsr at Wowoka, capital of the siitiinolc mmuu, vuunua xitmwurui ' ,1 Henry Welsh, half-breed Indians, beiii ' sl'ot to death by Indlun loiral lei'utu'iiorv The two, men were con tictel by the Seminole court of mur nn.' a squaw on Juno 10,1803. Af ter death sentence was passed thoy ere allowed llbertj'. It is a Seminole custom to allow murderers ficedom, ,n,l it ln seldom been abused by the prixmeri ruunlnp away. Hardworth ,n,l els.li were stationed In the capi tal court and paper squares were placed over their hearts ns targets. four Indian police, standing 20 feet distant, ilred simultaneously, and both murderers fell back into their own cotli"s dead. On Friday a full-blood Indian was legally shot for a murder committed six months niro. Eight men bau' been executed in the Seminole nation so far this...

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. — 15 October 1896

.i.t s$&. ..Iwae s9to&&m&& -, amaa&uuvyr-". -a4 vu(ttHrtm4" vn ir"rmA pfefttfiir. - U$e 9KA ' " ' & It i 7 3 " V "ftr V 1 ' ( i . DON'T BODDER ME. "SSj papa says he's busy 'n I mustn't bodder him. Cause lie's nxln' up ve door-yard fence to make It slick and trim. TN minima's cot n caller 'n sho says: "Don't bodder me," 2i vrliat n little boy's to do, I can't lstzakly see. Ily stater hain't got homo from school, 'N baby Is asleep. TN If 1 otuy about vo house, I dasn't hardly Vure Isn't any placo 'roun' hero for lone some llttlo boys .As wants to play 'n have some fun 'n make a llttlo nolso. X irness I bo to uncle's 'n see what I can find, avrhips vey'll lot mo make some nolso, 'n maybo voy won't mind If I ax some little questions 'bout fines vat puzzle me, I Biik I'll 1st go over for a llttlo while 'n SCO. Oh! Oearlo me, vat shall I doT I never see such tiniest TJnelo said: "Don't bodder mo" no's busy maMn' rhymes TN auntie, she was busy, 'n sho said: "Vnr...

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. — 15 October 1896

IHV&H .v jiiis -flliy:)'fcaigryvrt:fc'''-F -J .TA aaajar SS .' - "ilh ' SbwatAHav. -- , . (.-J-. vi r!ft .w-i.v..V..' hc&tfcouiutfjbm. II1UKSDAY, OCTOBER 15. 1896. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC'. V 1 contract and bills for advertising pay a io monthly. ulvertlilng rates given upon application. mutual locals 10 cents per Una (or Brst In- ion, and 6 cents per line for each subse- nil Insertion. i lit Coconino Sum Is pleased to contribute (,ubllc mutters, but all notices of festivals, , meetings of societies, suppers, enter i incuts and mention of marriages, births ilo.itlis beyond the regular announce ,t will be charged for at regular rates. AMUSEMENTS. HAIUUTT'S OI'KKA. HOUSE. ,.ler 23-Uon. A. J. Sampson. iiK'r-.'fl. 30.31 Wllbcr's Stock Company, i hange of play nightly, wmber o Woodman's Masquerade Hall. ember 7 Morrison's "Faust." CITY SUNBEAMS. Hotel Ramona. Los Angeles, 50c up. Fur Rent Furnished rooms. Iu pue o(H. Heller. J'lieic will be a meeting o( the Bry- Fu-e Silver club at ...

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. — 15 October 1896

;v - , fe -. Uv MlMlabite -.- j&&i3S&; tJc ,.--. . 82X. W. , 1&1 MM ,' M. i ' I I ' I ' ! vA I!. EEPUBLIOAN PLATFORM. Endorsed Hy All Who Itraltzo the In terests of the Country. We, the Republicans of tliv turni tory of Arlzoua, in convention assem bled, hereby renew our nllciutico to the timc-uouoicil principles of the Republican patty as propounded fiy its founders, and hereby pledge our united support to t!io maintenance of those principles. Aud wo hereby declare that tho un restricted control of tho government by the Democratic party lias been a record of unparalled incapacity aud disaster. Thoy have ruthlessly sacri ficed indispensable reronue. They have entailed an unnecessary deficit, and have borrowed money for ordinary expenses, piling up the public debt in times of peace. They have forced au adversed balance of trade and re versed all the lncnsui es aud results of successful Republican legislation. Therefore, be It Resolved, That every consideration of publ...

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. — 22 October 1896

.lfc V-IT m '12 :. - - r. - ;,; ; r.ay r ,errit0'' L.bra,v' Ll)C ltdttn tat V ",'., VOL. XIV. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1896. NUMBER 7 & Ctunnino m THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER GO., FLfGSTfFF ttRIZONft. oooooooooooo WE Arc confident we know just as much, about who is going 1 1 be the next President as you do, but we ARE not banking so much on our knowledge of politics as we are on our ability to suit you when you want to buy lum ber. This is the time to buy, because we are anxious to turn some of these large piles of lumber into money, and the prices we have will please THE PEOPLE Do you want to figure on a special bill? If so, we are in shape to do that, for we have a first-class stock and are here to tell you we propose T SELL CHEAP. iOOOOOOOOOOOC The Prices " flrv IrvVestmerU ii Knowledge Pays the Best Irvterest." Fresno Business College, Normal School -AND- Goi)ser)atory of fyItisie THE: BEST INSTITUTION in which to make the investment. oooooooooooo Course...

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. — 22 October 1896

'" -. "TTSV , .--isiBWl-A , ..StrTHWMK V "T -y '-ALJ? ytf- ,, 1 'n- -?.f AfflMP- "IW-til. f ! i I i 'jghc Gfoawittjcr Jfan. C. M. Funston, Editoh. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1896. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ono Year 1 1 00 Six Months XIB Three Mouths TS Address all communications and make all remittances to 0. M. Fcxstow, Flagstaff, Arizoua. Advertising rates slvon upon application. Eutercdatthe Flagstaff post office aaseo ond-class matter. Delegate to Congress Hon. A. J. DORAN. For Council A. A. DUTTON. For Assembly c, s. Mccormick. Probate Judge N. G. LAYON. 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. m Constables M. T. (bain) BLACK. The charges niatle against Chief Justice A. C. Baker by Louis Jordan have been fully investigated by Attor ney General Harmon and the investi gation fully exonerates Judge Baker. What did Mark Smith do for Ari ...

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. — 22 October 1896

4W328-.t&" Mr m UNCLE SAM'S MAIL. jgtrrmtlnc Slntlstlea Regarding the Most Vsefut llntnch of th. Government Serv. IK". Wasuixoton, Oct 15. Tho annual report of the third assistant postmas-tfr-cncral for tho past fiscal year ihons the total expenditure) for the year was S90,G20,590, and receipts, $38, isJ,SuS, letivintr a deficiency of $8,137, Of?, or $1,070,050 less than tho prccod intr j ear. Tho expenditures do not In clude tho cost o( carrying tho malls over tho subsidized Pacific railroads, which amounted to S1,5S8,60S. Tho special delivery scrvlco inado an in create of 13 per cent, in business ilumiff tho year, 4,184,327 let tors boinj; delivered. Tho nvor awe time required for delivery was 17 minutes. Tho not profit of the sstem was about SI 0(1,009. Tho nutn ler of pnstuL'o stamps, stamped en velopes and postal curds issued was 4, lr,tH'i5,.';;;, an increaso of seven per cent over tho issues of the previous veat. Tho value of these issues was SV.i 173,101, which is about ...

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. — 22 October 1896

-frSw.r :.rtJM,n,r, '- s&uJ&Sk&iJaZ: iviJ'imJiMtmmmMijjr Th "j uirww. brrniHw -- -rr -. I T : w ti ! n i ; I" fi1 I w m.. i ilil MY FOKEST ADVENTUKE. BY QEOUOK K. WALSIL OT every young fel low has hnd the privilege, or rather good luck, to kill his first bear at IS. Hut in the summer of 1S85, a few days after my eight eenth birthday, I brought 1) r u i n down in a single combat, although it nearly cost me my life. This incident of itself would have len sufficient excitement and glory for one day, but circumstances made r.iy desperate encounter with the bear only a prelude to dangers that capped the climax of a most eventful day's ex perience. Consequently this Is not so much of a 1-car story ns the introduction might suggest. I lived on a farm in the northern prt of Maine in that year, and spent what time 1 could in the woods, liuntinggamo and setting traps for all kinds of furry animals. My experience in woodcraft dated lick cvernl years, and, though TOcrcly n youth, I ...

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. — 22 October 1896

'&&?r5. d& ASHs -iW?.. . CsHiS' " yfJ&T l.TJtSt.ttfX1' it . ONE DAY AT Forty Delegations with Forty Special TrainsMeet at tie Home of Major McKinley. - i PRONOUNCED "THE GREATEST EVENT IN POLITICAL HISTORY" Eleven States and Three National Organizations Send Greetings to the Republican Candidate. Countless Thousands Throng the Streets of Canton and Listen to His Words of Patriotism. Canton, O., Oct. 10. "The greatest political demonstration ever known" was the erdlct of the veteran observers of the events which occurred here today. Tor weeks there has not been a day, rvcept the Sabbath, In which Maj. Mc Kinley has not been greeted by numer ous delegations, but today was the great i't of them all. Before daylight the special trains bear ing delegations of voters from both the old political parties began roll!ngi Into tho depot, and as early ns 8 o'clock the impatient visitors began forming in Hue to march to the modest home which i now the Mecca for citizens of all st...

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. — 22 October 1896

"V "rtf,r IB Wtt ,1- ,i.. -itiAwh: .rfs fllllF- igJKSCrTfflT tut- -53 ! Ac im .1 Ifathauiol McKay Tells of His Tour Through British Manufac turing Centers. PEEP AT POVERTY 'IN LONDON, Working Women at Masculine Labor Stern Facts for Our Wage Earners. Kroo-tr.TJe slavery still exists In tlic ltritish empire notwithstanding the re duction of tlie Ameriean tariff, which Ix-iiolits tlie English manufacturer, but does not teach the British workman. Kight jiH ago I visited ICuglund for illio purpose of studying the condition of ( "Chalnmakers of Cradley Ilcalh earning from $1 in 1.50 per week, working ten honra per day. Taken August 2j, 18, by N. McKay. the working people and comoaring their wagoa with those of Americans. Four Sears ago I made a second tisit for the tame purpose and on August 12, 1S9G, I left New York, for the third time, to .cuke another Investigation. I arrived In Manchester on August 20 nnd there liojran my imestig-ttion. where I found ixiovo destitution than 1 had eve...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
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