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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 26 November 1896
v- wtfH SHMASiSIISIitSBSS&V GQ m (&f3i.; t i a illifrnrrtninriifn ti inMriiirmirfniniMiiiniii ,Mft.. - .i., i , ..u ' "if T , Caamttw lUkdUt) dim. FLAGSTAFF, ABIZONA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER iJ6, 1896. NUMBER 12 h(-. t . . i ir. T-JwstTwvwf-trwBMxe3ajr2tinx i U hi WS iW.OJj. XIV. -I 'ft s&atmJ k iSMt J? m ( l Mril A i t If - s4 , , mBT IHKw.1-'.'' EM " THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO., FLfGSTfFF fRlZONf. . WE .l BlSB&w confidenmN'e know just to be thlrnext President as 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 1 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 lere to tell you we propose T SELL CHEAP. 5COOOOOOOOOOC The Prices " An "IrvVestmeivt: lXKwIedfiiTPays'the Sest Iiteresr...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 26 November 1896
v- Wi'Pl''11 - r, lsEsiGBBHEHta ill m ii 4 " -aP wfMv t v &. ?v. -. .n t r. BUENEl) TO DEATH. Awful Acoident to Five Children Near Hamilton, Mo.' .Atarents Were Away from Home Attending a Dance The Father Almost Made a Manlae and the Mother Is Prostrated. ITamilton, Mo., Nov. 23. The resi dence of Snjdor Neal, an old and high ly respected farmer living in Daviess county, about five miles north of this place, burned Saturday night, cremat ing Ave children. Thoy are:Carrlo Neal, iiped 13; Hattto Neal, aged 11; Willie Iveal, aged 7; Clarence Neal, aged 5, and Julia Neal, aged 3. Mr. and Mrs. Neal had a family of eight children. The youngest n baby, and the eldest, a ' boy of 15, had accompanied the parents to a danco at the house of a neighbor, -about a mile from their homo. One of the sit children left at home, Nora, aged nine, saved herself by jumping (rout a second story window. The others wero afraid to jump and per ished in the flames. The children retired at the usual Iiour,a...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 26 November 1896
.A iwflek w ;wr , i, o5SKTT '"T T8"'-1 f TTT jp mf- f J'1 , jj, V l1 3 "3 THE PEOPLE'S MESSAGE. i. Hits ye. Bryant Did you hear It? How It rolled from sea to seal Did you hear the thunderous answer of a people great and free? 3d Did you hear the word they've spoken have you felt that shoulder-blow? ' " 'P your vile repudiation, have you heard IT their mighty NO? nits yo, Tillman) Have you noticed how people of this land Have arisen In their honor to strike down your pirate hand? Have you seen their banner there Is blaz oned, fair to see, Their renewal of allegiance unto Truth and Purity? Hits ye, Altgeldt Can you read It? Can you read the message through? 'Tls a message that the people In their might Intend for you How they'll tolerate no anarchy In this land that they have won; How they'll strangle every effort quite as soon as 'tis begunl Huve you heard It, O misguided? If you hnve not, It n ere well That you learned from thoso who've dono so what the people have to tell: We've a ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 26 November 1896
1. , :... . ? ., Hjc CIPoniruiuff j5nu. C. M. Funston, Kditou. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1896. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year ,...12 00 Six Mouths t ..125 Three Months 76 Address all communications and make all remittances to C. M, Funston, Flagstaff, Arizona. Advertising rates given upon application. Entered at tho Flagstaff post ofilco as second-class matter. TnE bars aro down fir li; imports, and until n duty shall be placed on wool, the fnp I is likely to hold a rise id tho price of wool. TriE number of mi;;iiml MeKinley men has rnpidlv increased in Arizma since liis nomination, mid since hi election they have multiplied still faster. The President has appointed Wil liam S. Fornuin Commissioner of In ternal Revenue. Mr. Forman was Hie sound money candidate, for governor of Illinois and lias served tliree terms in Congress. TllEltK seems to lm soinn demand for silver. Two hundred and fifty thousand ounces were shipped from New Yoik to London last week. If this sort of IhitiiT keeps up...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 26 November 1896
? .. ircB3BWfe.r arss?e rj wpjpuvya SXK1 She fJIocoutua Jam. OFFICIAL fKLISin'ION'UlilUKNS OV COCONINO UJUNTV m & 1 t .v & THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1890. IFYOUflRE Offices and Candidates. t NUT1UK TO TUK I'lHLlU. ' 7 iTt m m : i4 I l?,1 :" ) 4 p1 tr . .MufcL , t aasHBb. 3 r If l AH contracts and bills for advertising pay able monthly, A'dTcrtUlng rates given upon application. Business locals 10 cents per lino for first ln sortlon, and 6 cents per lino for each subse quent Insertion. The Coconino bu.v Is pleased to comrlbuto In public manors, but all notices of festivals, fairs, meetings of societies, suppers, enter tainments and mention of marriages, births and deaths beyond the tegular announce ment, will bo charged for at tegular rates. OITY SUNBEAMS. Fresh ojsteis, celery ami fiuit at Cofll n's. Hood's pills aiecasy to taktt, easy to operate. Curu indigestion, lieuil iftchc. 2o i!. A spur has bpenrun from tho A. & P. track lo Greenlaw Urns, n: 1 1 1 . It starts from the...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 26 November 1896
Yi - , ; i?Sp-' -,M"lwrir""""" ri'rv .fswwsaLii5 MbtiWJirtfy ' 3 !W': .vr ,f),.T - vf: ;.'.' ' . ? T . Vvv1- CSV: .ft ,. i4bT , ' . VV'V!) ";- jv ,.',V i; ' ' ' - ';''', '',,vf ,,,:(' '','' -'' ' '"'' ' "v ' ' '' " . J. H" r A '" i y 'V7- Vt' A' r - : 15', ' ','- -A)W- r .V tye (Staemtin giro PUBLISHED SVKBY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the county seat of Cooo nlno county. THi; WORLD AT LAKGE. Summary of the Daily News, WASHINGTON MOTES. Ghoroe R. Peck, formerly of Kansas and the Santa Fe railway system, but now general attorney of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad Co., with, his official residence in Chicago, fell down an elevator shaft at a hotel in Washington and his right arm was broken just above the wrist, while all of the fingers of his left hand were broken back from their sockets and tho full use of the hand never will.be recovered, his physician said. Tim National Orange, at their ses sion at Washington on the 10th, adopt ed a resolution in favor of the appoint ment ...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 26 November 1896
V-a ' "pw ;& ' -rr ' a; PUBLISHED EVEBY THUB8DAY At Flagstaff tha county Mat of Coco nino county. THE NEIGHBORHOOD BOY. The neighborhood boy Is a neighborhood Joy, With a heart that Is earnest and true: lAnd whene'er-he's away, to be absent a day, It puts the whole block In a stew. Tor without him the world In a shadow Is furled And loses Its beauty and light: But whene'er he appears, then It suddenly clears. As he sets all our troubles aright. Not a smile or a frown comes to our part of town, Hut what he can give us the facts: Ko Is able to bring just the one needed thing Which elsewhere our happiness lacks. Folks may move In and out, yet he knows all about , All the people who dwell In our street, And ho brings us such news as we love to peruse While he gives every Item complete. He runs errands galore to the office and store, " Minds tha baby" and favors like that. And there's ne, we agree, quite so able as he To find a lost dog or a cat. lie's a "mother's boy," yes, and that...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 26 November 1896
J WT"fiMi I ITlrt "MBHrii . ft Sr? , : !awF . rftVi AM 1i L t s A " i Tho CiilUornln Limited. Thu management of tlio S;tnt:i Fe ltoutu lospcct fully announces tlio re sumption of tlio California Limited its a semi-weekly train for tlio season of 1890-97. lk'ginniiijj November 1, 1896, and on successive Wednesdays and Satur dajs thereafter, this train will leave Chicago at 6 o'clock in tlio oveniug, passing Kansas City at 10:10 tho fol lowing morning. At this poiut con nection will he mado with principal trains fnmi tho north, east and south, particularly with train leaving St. Louis at 9:15 Wednesday and Satur day evenings via thu Wabash line, which will carry a' through California sleeper attached to thu California.Lim itcd west of Kansas City. Connection will also bumado atLiiJtiuta with train from Denver. Los Angeles will bo reached at G:05 and San Diego at 10:40 in thu evening of tho thiul day out from Cliicago. Connecting traiu for San Francisco via Mojnve, East-bound, on Novem...