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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 22 October 1896

'-msK"' -yRjfrttHg3E,r, jrrry ..reg s- . 5 .yKM ...,.... hcCteoniu jgtttt. 1 Hl'RSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1896. NOTICE TO TUS PUBLIC. 1 contract! and bill tor advertising pay it' i monthly. Advtrtlslug rates given upon application. Hustness locals 10 cent per Una for first In tel noil, and S centi per Una for each subee Qj, .it Insertion. i uc Coconino Sum Is pleased to contribute m nubile matter, but all notices of festivals, , - meetings of societies, suppers, enter t nment and mention of marriages, births , j iloath beyond the regular announce i,iii will be charged for at regular rates. AMUSEMENTS. IIAHHITTS Ol'KttA HOUSE. t bor .'9 Hon. A. J. Sampson. r lobera). 30.31 Wllbcr's Stock Company, rhango of play nightly. i-mber 25 Woodman's Masquerade Ball. ember T Morrison's "Faust." CITY SUNBEAMS. Mi. G. II. Svhultz ltft yesteulay f- PI oenix. S Cloiigb. of Prescott, was in t i.mi Saturday. llev. C. P. Wilson ami daughter , iveil this morning. For Rpnt Furuisbeil rooms. In ijUiro of II. He...

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. — 22 October 1896

-SW5WS .6 -!&? 'at. -a jf. giLOS-" ' - WUAr' V i. ?f -f t; W.3. -J. , jEa-K,j,J9-7?J, UISMI' Ji -.-i-a '!: fi'. t M 1 li U U REPUBLICAN PLATFORM- Endorsed lly All Who Realize the In terests of the Country. V, the Republicans of the terrrl tory of Arizona, iu comeutiou assem bled, hereby renow our allegiance to tliu time-honored principles of thf Republican purl' as propounded by its foiiiuli'is, and hereby pledge our united support to the maintenance of those principles. And wo hereby declare that the tin icstricted control of the government by tho Democratic paityhas been a leeoul of unpnrallcd incapacity and disaster. They have ruthlessly sacri (iced indispensable revenue They luno entailed ati unnecessary deficit, aud have boi lowed mouey for ordinary cxpmses, piling up the public debt in times of peace. Tlioy have fenced an ndrcrsed balauco of trade and re veiseil all the measuies aud results of successful Republican legislation. Thcrefotc. bo it Resolved, That every conside...

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. — 22 October 1896

5-grt.: SUPPLEMENT TO V THE COCONINO WEEKLY SUN. FLAGSTAFF, .... ARIZONA. THURSDAY, OCTODEIl 2, 1SSG. J' Prominent Stump Speakers on Sound Money, Proteotion and National Honor. RECENT CAMPAIGN ORATORY. Makers of History Record Utterances Which Are Bound to Livo for Ages. What tho Republican Party Stands For. MAJ. McKINLEY. "Tho political situation of tho country is peculiar. We have had few parallels to our present political condition. Wo have but one political party which is united, and that is ours. (Applause.) Discord reigns in nil others. Our time honored opponent, tho Democratic party, is torn nnd divided. Two national con ventions have been held by it nnd two national tickets presented, and their plat forms are totally different on every sub ject and in almost every section. The Populist party hns merged its organiza tion into that of the Chicago Demo cratic nnd St: Louis silver organizations, nnd their allies are for tho most part harmonious except that each one ln-i a distin...

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. — 22 October 1896

,2h&Lui && r ' ...V&w... VJ& RISES WHEAT WHY WHILE SILVER FALLS SUPPLEMENT TO THE COCONINO WEEKLY SUN. liars'may figure, but figures won't lie. FLAGSTAFF. - ARIZONA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, J89S. Great Natural Demand for the Cereal,' but the White Metal Is a Drug on the Market. A 4 iLEZffl&ZaitL ": L, . . i I ! u l 1 I' L '' i J :l m u Mr t.ij 'i . i m U n One of America's Groat Oatholio Leaders is Opposed to Bryanism. ARCHBISHOP IRELAND'S LETTER Tho Chicago Platform Declared to bo a Threat Against So cial Order. The letter of Archbishop Ireland, writ ten not us a prelate, but In his private capacity as a citizen, cannot fail to carry weight with multitudes of voters of his own faith, anil it is pood rending for everybody, lie does not lay special stress upon tho financial plank of the Chicago piatform, but upon its declara tion relating to the federal nuthority and the Integrity of tho Supreme court. The archbishop points out in unmistakable language the revol...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 22 October 1896

W 1't. "f 1 v?ns '- M - - - . -M. i . . mutm 5?ttffSrvfV Jjc oconinor gun PUBLISHED SVKBY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tha oounty teat of Coco nino oounty. THE EVERYDAY POET. I ain't very much of a poot: I can't soar so awfully high: I'm kind o' low.Rcnred and I know It, And hcv to keep out o' the sky. And so while my star-KtuIn' brother Kin tlcklo the bous with his pen, I Josh along somehow or other And Jcs' keep a-wrltln' fer men. I know 'at he s blissfully dwellln With cods and emperlan springs, While I'm down hero simply n-tcllln' O' plain human bcln's and things. Ylt whllo he's up yender Indltln' Ills loftier songs, I hov found 1 do what I call my best wrltln' With both of my feet on the ground. I never hev tackled a sonnet; I couldn't write one of I tried, And put all the folderols on It Without glttln' somepln' Inside. IV r I understand et you 11 x It To sell to a big magazine. You vo got to so f uzzle and mix It 'At no one ktn tell what you mean. 5Iy mind ain't ferever n-strnyln' T...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 22 October 1896

. Sfc risuJ2SSVr,'f4,''""f ' -' SESSsea : a iS.- -;- i;;:;aussi.iLSa vift- -'" -i-l r K.w3ta- -jh-.w .. v ii.f -.-.:- . T . A t " "- .-jtr ri wj,m&&JtiblMJ!foLjf.2.l rrmmQtfUtzif JoSSa 'rm I! ti i If i n i ! !! i I fli PUBLISHED EVBRY THURSDAY At Ylagstaff the county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMFNT. Evkkv sevonth person of nil tho men, women and children in Grcnt Britain Is n depositor in the post oftlce savings bank. John Tuilnku, the Hnglish anarchist, and Louise Michel, tho French nnnich 1st, hare decided to lecture in the United States. Rl touts fiom tho west of Ireland stated that the crops had been ruined by Hoods nnd rain nnd everything threatened a famine in the winter. Onk pood result of tho Knglish occu pation of Egypt is tho prompt stamp in? out of cholera epidemics. This is accomplished by tho use of uncontnmi natcd water nnd the isolation of the Kick- and tho dead. Jilt axi Mks. He.nkv Eskka, of Na suet, N. Y., have lived under tho samo roof for 20 yea...

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. — 29 October 1896

W'v.? " 41 !! I, sFlr? Kwsa 6f' t 5 2? if. V . 4 5T V 1 hm C 1 ' I T ' 1 I V -f i i WJ J - '&& (Cocnn i nu VOL. X1Y. ' FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, TIIUIISDAY, OCTOBER Ji, 1890. NUMBER 8 r"!MTr TI ; 1 THEARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER GO. FLfGSTflFF oooooooooooo t WE Are confident we know just as much about who is going to 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. sooooooooococ The Prices flu IiWestmeiU irv Knotfledfie Pays the Best IiUerest." Fresno Business College, Normal School - AND orjserOafory of VTtisie th:e; best institution in which to make the investment. oo...

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. — 29 October 1896

imnTiiniwiTiiMtiiimii i imm i " - WOMAN AND HOME. WOMAN SIGN PAINTER. Bhe I Iteputvd to lie Far More Daring Than Most Men. Tho newest new woman is Miss Edna Waymack, of Cleveland, O. Hers Is the distinction of being the only fcmlniuo out of door sign painter in the United Btntos. Miss Waymack hesitates at nothing in her Hue of business, no matter how nrduous the work. She has painted huge advertising signs on the face of perilously steep cliffs, a task few men would undertake. Many large spaces, such as barn sides, tho roofs of houses and tho like, scattered all over the country, testify to tho ability of this young woman as a rcallstio brush wlclder. She Is perfectly at ease on ladder or rcaffold, and she can scale a taut rope in a way to make an old tar blush with envy. Swinging before tho precipitous face of n mountain, she often works for hours laying on alphabetical color schemes with a steady hand and a touch that never loses its evenness. Miss Wnymack has many large con tiaet...

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. — 29 October 1896

She Uml Sialic a Discovery. "I hope," hho Mild, thoughtfully, "that you won't have anything more to say about tho manner In which wom en hunt bargains and get cheated." "Why not? Don't you think your sex deserves it?" "I'm not Going to discuss that point. i:en if wo deserve tho criticism, it does not como gracefully from a man who buys his hair-restorer regularly from n bald-hended barber." Washing ton Star. A Reversal. Tho whole world Joves a lover. Hut I would happy be If only the elrl that I love Would Just lovo me. Up-to-Dato. KNEW ms 11L'S1M:S3. wE M 2 r'-li L9fe Dellatts How do you pronounce the word "Oleomargarine?" Hotel Waiter I pronounce it butter or I'd lose my job. Detroit Tree I'ress. Unpardonable Crimp. "That was a pretty bold piece of busi ness out on Thlrty-scenth street. Two men held up a crowd of fhc or six fel lows about three o'clock in the after noon and robbed them of something like $1000. One of the robbers had n full dress suit on, too." "And before six o'clo...

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. — 29 October 1896

Mi 3he Cocouiua juu. C. M. Funstom, Editor. THURSDAY. OOIOUKR 29, 1896. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year I CO Six Months 1 J6 Three Months 7ft Address all communication!) and make all remittances to 0. M. Fmovroii, Flagstaff, Arizona. Advertising rate given upon application. Entered at the Flagman pout 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. WILPOX. Constables M. T. (bain) BLACK. Vote the Republican ticket and vote it straight. Pl.ACK jour X under llie emblem of "old Glory" when you cast your vole next Tucsdav. The Republican parly best repre sents the inlet ctts of Coconino county. Iu voting the Republican ticket you will hu casting a volt iu jour own in terest. It is thoughtful on the ...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 29 October 1896

JSSH. ";-.. ."W-. ' 93S ',' r- H ;?&, rr wg- ...Jf.Aji. .. ' -V v Sr-'T . .. , V f iOSBaisWw-u.. j 'iS 'f$mm:-' .? t" ;! ""Kaw: ft liw a. wffiw atjfctf .-mil - ,4umkwv y ifcMiCSEiiLtej ' FsLsniHRft.iSfjLsnA WWMm l - - . .mi ip i WlQ . " fr-f .. - m if ill & vr ' glxc ocouin0 Jnxu. THURSDAY, OO'lOUKU 2'J, 181)6. ISO TICK TO 1IIK I'UIIMU. All con t nuns and bills for advertising pay able monthly. Advertising rates given upon application. V Iluslni'kH lm aU 1C cents per line (or Srst In ertlon, and fi cents per line (or each sulwO' quent Inseitlon. Tac Coconino Son Is pleased to cori tribute in public matters, but all notices of festivals. fairs, meetings of societies, suppers, enter talnmenu and mention of marriages, births and deaths beyond tbe regular announce went, will bo charged for at regular rates. AMUSEMENTS. UAIIIIITT'S OI'KKA HOUSE. October Jt Hon, A. J. Sampson. October SO. 30.31 Wllbe's Stock Company, Change of play nightly. November 25 -Woodman's Masquerade Ball N...

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. — 29 October 1896

'V V.1 v-5--" tirf' -V "4 :?? , v -sc- -VT!" V 'VSgf teMMMaMSteMi "iiiiWc-saiiSLs. xL rtrrS" TSir i V . t-s-KH. 1LT rv . kk . , V-iv3fl ''fe 3 !! tf V fr. H. avj t9 3 L n "BU ' 1. k- f PUBLISHED EVEEY THDBSDAY At Flagstaff the oounty Mat of Coco nlno oounty. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. WASIUNOTON NOTES. Baron Fava, ths Italian ambassa dor, visited the white house on the 19th and presented to the president, by di rection of the king- of Italy, a testi monial of esteem in the shape of a set of 14 volumes, beinpr a collection of papers relative to the discovery of America and tho enterprise of Christo pher Columbus, as well as the Italian explorers in the hemisphere who pre ceded the great navigator. The fourth annual convention of the National Spiritualists' association be gan at Washington on tho 20th. A special from Washington to the Now York Herald slated Postmaster General Wilson for the vacancy created by tho death of Chief Justice Richard son, of tho court of ...

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. — 29 October 1896

fi PSr $ k-- IP ' " HP " ' ff i .'. Pi' ;:.- , , ffi 0' life MISUNDERSTOOD. There's a bugaboo that unformed minds See pecplnjr at them as their life path winds -Anions tlio foot-hill!), ere they gain the height Above the clouds where all Is pure and brlRht. Each soul who climbs has felt the tortur ing fear Caused by the presence, either far or near. Of this uncanny creature. Such Is llfo For all who tialn the heights beyond the strife. But, soul, be strong of purpose and of heart; Keep to your upward path, and do your part Of the world's work, unmindful of the pain Which oft does bring to men life's greatest gain. . For conquered fear doth have a strength i behind That you may search for elsewhere and ' not find. And this which makes you tremble, and grow faint, This thing so grewsomo that, no words 'can paint t. Its .evil aspect In' the stronger light You'll llnd a thing to smile at, not to fight. 'TIs nothing In Itself, but by our fear We give that power it has to cut or scar Thes...

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. — 29 October 1896

yS4l5 r : 1 . " - ' & k. ? EEPUBLIOAN PLATFORM. ltmlorscd lly All Who Itenllzo the In teiosts of the Country. Wi the tteptiblicans of the teiui tory of Aiizonii, in citiiveiitinti assem bled, ht'iobj lutiew our Hllefjiniico in tlio tinic-hoiioicd piinclplrs of the Republican ptuty as piopnumled by its foumleis, and lime by pledge our united an ppoit to tlio maintenance of those principles. And wo hereby declare that the un restricted control of the government by the Democratic parly has been a record of iinparalled incapacity and disaster. They have ruthlessly sacri ficed indispensable revenue. They have entailed an unnecessary deficit, and have bonowed money for ordinary expenses, piling up the public debt iu times of peace. They have forced an adversed balance of trade and re versed all the meastnes and results of successful Republican legislation. Tberefoie, be it Resolved, That every consldei ation of public safety demands that the gov ernment shall be rescued fiom the hands...

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. — 29 October 1896

?. - i ; ,r' r l f'J - I 'Tw! i'fSHW'W' ' kZ-i.. I- TTta!WCfyii i" -. ""av'llBirw?Ffr5fB;rmWmmBnBwWilrH 1 SUPPLEMENT TO THE COCONINO WEEKLY SUN. FLAGSTAFF. .... ARIZONA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2). 1856. TO Ml OLD GLORY. . ... . - Chairman Hanna Names Ootober 31 Flag Day for Loyal Republicans. DUTY OF PATRIOTIC CITIZENS, Recognition of the Fact that Party is Fighting for Na tional Honor. the One docs not havo to go Terr far to seek the reason for the profuse display of the national emblem in this campaign. It can he found in the Chicago platform. The spontaneity of its selection as the appropriate badge of sound-money cham pions is wonderfully significant. There seems to have been little Inclination on the part of Mr. llryau's followers to question the right ot the advocates of sound money and protection to display tho national colors ns the proper insignia of their cause. The only lamentation heard was the Altgeldian wall, which is always expected when the stars and . stripes are flung t...

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. — 29 October 1896

' rrv?'.V .''iJ&tKjjwp'p' ATTJIE JVtEGCfl Op PflTIOTISP , . - ,., -(p.jjppp Canton, O., Oct. 17, ISOfl. Canton, the "homo of William MeKinley, has scn many marvelous events lu this campaign, hut none which equaled that of today. Store men and women, more 'special 'trains, more delegations, more assur ances of loyalty to national honor, moro addresses and moro responses by Maj. MeKinley thun on any previous day, were the record of this seventeenth day of October, 1S!K. From morning until night the number of special trains, the shouts and cheers of delegations, the music of bands, tho glitter of uniforms siud tho addresses of spokesmen and re sponses of Maj. MeKinley were heard. Nearly 500 cars brought perhaps 30,000 people from nearly half tho states of the union. Mr. MeKinley, who left his homo early for a short waik In tho crisp October nir, found an anxious throng at his resi dence on his return, and from that moment until long after darkness ho was the center of attraction, t...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 5 November 1896

. -- -- - .,., -. .,. . M..jtJ. , T. ,.T... . . .... . , jL. . .4lHIBlTCiAmiiHHHc8BHHKa 'Blt; 1 i HmWH ff ill MMI H"1' PilliHffiP1 M'l I'W II i'l ' 'W' ' WW!" i MW'"il"lll Mlllil 'I i i vm 'i'HUi i'V'i l i ml lllii I NiHi1!1 fKSnVeMaSanSftElGn4 i vT nff T Fin h tiff i TllMTilriMM alwIBBKfflBMrefffl'J tfwBI-ff Wwn z?HW4 eelui) trn. . - "l 'Mw --a. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1896. NUMBER 9 "HKassgimfln-.1 rsr-m . '?-ArasTOKs ;?aHEsv 'aBr -Hw.-ewrtjui-irw;?-' mi- H ii mi ii II ii i in ii ii ii ii iii immwii i inn wk t - 'mwwrnffimsmmmm " , " 'ssxwsn.mrimfm. j ".. it jftjj-iaaBfcjjfiwP.. A SjvIIm. W:- UMt 0 mmiiitn fill m& vol. xiv. ' '. X SX , A tW; ft- W ' flTiT . - i , ,. ,....,.,... ,,, i ., ,, , PROTECTION cKinley Receives the Approval of the Nation. PENNSYLVANIA Gives the Enormous" Plurality of Ovor 300,000. "NEW YORK STATE IN LINE. IHcKliiley 1b Certain of u llnndBome Majority In tho lilcctornl Collcse Cbulrmnn Jonen of the Democratic N'atlonnl Cniinlttii Still...

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. — 5 November 1896

,'w: t .L 93 btHk -IS & .ALL SORTS OP PEOPLE. "Washington la a Good Flaoo to Study Human Nature. flood Stories of Follte Gentlemen, Nervous v .Crank and Insufferable Doors Why Jt l'ay to Us CItU f Alwuya. Special Washington Letter.J ' It costs nothing to be polite. John .'Boyd, the agent of the Pacific railroad magnate, Huntington, became a suc cessful man of business by being po lite, lie was an assistant doorkeeper in the' national house of representa tives when Mr. Huntington came there io afak for n certain member of con gress. The other doorkeepers paid r.o Attention to him, but John Uoyd went out of his way to accommodate the Mrunger. Very soon after that he was employed by Mr. Huntington and h is prospered. He owns his own home, and hl fortune Is made. It began by gocd breeding and courteous treatment of others. There are many employes of the cap ital building and many more in the cxecuthe departments at Washington who might well emulate the example of John Hoyd. Some of ...

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. — 5 November 1896

...- ,.w;-,jk. : '" C w :-? & ' ft' 1 ,: k ' Bfe'tf. r H j, Bv 'r . ft' -'. ar B? :; ? ' USA Their Ceoclaalonf. Two f cieutlsts of the twenty-first cen tury were examlnlcc with deen interest a pe t rilled body which Lad j ust been dis covered. "It Is quite old," said one. "Yes." replied the other, "but not more than 150 years, I should say. You will notice that it has tho bicycle face and the telephone car. Those pecul iarities did not develop until near the close of the nineteenth century, accord ing to the best authorities." N. Y. World. , Lovely Woman. If you believe her, She will deceive; If you deceive her. She will believe. Bay City Chat. ANOTHER CASE OF 16 TO 1. Truth. Realism In the Nursery. Mrs. Koyes Children I children I etin't you get along without making audi a terrible racket? Nellie Noyes No, mammn; we can't. :WilHe's playing he's papa coming home late at night! Yonkcrs Statesman. v "Say, neighbor; ain't your cow a good "Well some, it's u countess that's !'V An As...

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. — 5 November 1896

iJtf " " " 'WMMWjriraOTjMOTwMKW M M IIM(Lftl,, ,' , , tIUM Ldwb&pw. x . , i AfT ;.' Sf IWW-r W'VJP-WSyf- Jhe (&o amino- Jnm. U. M. huNSTON, Editor. THURSDAY, NOVKUIJER 6, 1800. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Uno Vt'.ir t 8 00 six Months i i a Three Months 75 Adilrtus all communications and ninku nil reniltMiicea to 0. M. Funston, Flagstaff, Arizona. AdvnrtlliiR rates Riven upon application. Entered nt tlio Flagstaff poa offlco nssec-ond-cl.iss matter. $?EE $fr -..,- -,,.t-. . -r IIs . faJbM JKXZ&&U--- MARK Slliril ELECTED. M1UNI) MONl'Y WINS. The election nf William MeKinley to the pirsideiitinl chair is certain. The returns show th.it ho hits teceived 261 votes in llm leetor.il college, eer tnin, mid :i possibility of inci easing the nto to 277. 'J'lu campaign h.ts been tlin most ro niaikahlo 0110 since 1800. 'I'lio people luivu iesiniii',p(l nnlih 10 (In; e.ill for an e.picsion at the polls for fieo sil ver mill sound mnuci, and tlio voicu of the people lus been for Iho honor...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
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