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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 14 September 1893

, lafflBBtft, AflSI tfMSflL iI?aiLii. ,lWr..) i m S5MftStesi? -t.'S ."W-s ; w ' ' "-- W ra36V!K.J- -V,!& & Territorial Library lit , Coco n i no eehln t VOL. XI. FLAdrSTJFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1893. KTJ3IBER 1. ID wxi PUDLI3HED EVERY THURSDAY Advertising ratos on application. IIt0FKS91ONAT STEWART A DOE, ATTOBNKYB AT Law. Ofllco two doors nest or the Bank tel, Flagstaff, Arizona. E9, CLARK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ofllco In tho Babbitt Building, Flngstufr. Arizona. rractlro bcloro tho Land Depart ment a specialty. HARRY Z. ZUCK. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW District Attorney or Coconino Cocktt, Office In Babbitt bulldlne. Will practicolii all tlia Courts of tlie'Terrltory. U. JAMES M. MARSHALL DENTIST. OfH co la Uio roar of- Pr. Hrannen'e Dniff 4tnro. l-Mfl ?!. if' Arlmn. Tooth rtart(Ht r " . y without rain. D R.D.J. BRANNEN. PHYSICIAN ANI Burzoon. Kl.icstafT. Arizona. Will re spond promptly to all calls from any point on the Atlantic & Pacific Ilullroad. Oftico md drug store-...

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. — 14 September 1893

w w Lx p ' 41 ',.,, .' ' ' ' " ''""' i ' SJkc oomincr jshm. C. M. Fuxston, Kditoii. THURSDAY, SEPT. 14. 1893. Subscription rates, ono roar $1.00 " " si months i.ou " " threo months 1.00 AdTprtlitne rate Rlvon upon application Addresi all communications and mako nil remittance to 0. M Hukstox, Flagatatr. Arlrons. Entered at the riagitafr post offico a soc-nnd-clau tnattwr. OUIl NEW TEAH. With this ntimbor tho Coconino Sun enter upon its eleventh year. With this number tho Sun is enlarged ami changed in form. It will bo, hereafter, of eight pages, six columua to the page, giving a groator amount of nows to its if adorn and making it of more conven ient form. The change will no doubt be appreciated by our subscribers. Dur ing tho timo tho Sun has beeu uudur the present managomcut its patronage and subscription list have steadily in crcaod, and it now has uioro readers thau any nowspapcr along the lino of the Atlantic & I'aciGo railroad iu Aii goua. It is a gratifying rosult of near...

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. — 14 September 1893

'ffltfa' V'A " y:''- -"l". ;?T.'J'i,l'r f s i 1 t ' 'jvi - .,- V',' .rj Jr. TO THE BOOTHS. Homoscokors Drop Into Thousands. Lino by EVERYBODY WAITING TO REGISTER. Tlio White-Winded WCoiiArrlvolnNaia- birn-Ouly Ono Town Lot Allowed Any Ono Tenon -Au Ofll- clnl Notice AiiKV.as Cm-, Kan., Sept. 11. For tho past twelva hours thuro 1ms been a continual string of covered vngons nr ilv.nghero and going into camp in Knerviow, Harmon and Lincoln parks ulomr the Walnut and Arkausas rivers; In .uldition to these, at least 800 ar rived on horseback and possibly 1,000 oer the Santa Fo and Missouri Paciflo and 'Frisco railroads. Conservative estimates placa tho number of arrivals 1 the dWeront avenues nt 3,000 peo ple, making in tho aggregate about 11,000 komeseokers in tho immediate vitality of Arkansas City. Tho largo number of arrivals is at trO uted to tho facts that tho registra tion (moths will bo opened this morn jug liooth Xo. U, under tho charge of Col T J. CJallaghur and a scoro of ov. ...

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. — 14 September 1893

r, , - W -J tpttlfaAimitfcytU . j JapU3tas iriifHI'innmi tmtmsm&Mt44,MrMaiatmMiummtriumm! atwj " v ?"$. .,""& . Shj??.'Mw nmnI&3 1 A RUINOUS CHANGE. McOInnls. aroyoworkln'7 Nol Well, begorra, that's too bad: Tolmes aro out o' Jlnt ontolrcly When there's no work to be bad Yo war busy last November, An', bedad. Its very strango now yo got laia oil so quickly After votlu' fur a change. Arrahl howldyer tongue, McCarthy; Falx, yo don't know f what yo say Fwbat I votoil last November, Troth I'd voto afftu to-day; I'm well satisfied, bo Jabors, W1J th' way I cast mo vote. An' 1'J rather lofo furlvcr Thau to go an' turn mo coat. I'm not flndln' fault, McQlnnls, So yo needn't show yer rtclf i Sliuro yo voted CI rover Cleveland, An' I Old th' samo mosclf. D'yo molnd nforo Ucctlon, Th' night wo marched about, WId flags and llamboes, cryln'. "We'll turn th' rascals out." Faith, I do. McCarthy, whispers: Shuro good Jobs was plinty thin, ' Hut they 'cr scarcer than ta'uhll Slnco wo pu...

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. — 14 September 1893

'i i -wCS -"wijJi'iH ifc :Jm.j PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county soat of Coco nino county. THE CITY IS AWAKENING. the men who mako tho papers arc ot course the first ones out. And through the dark, deserted streets, so si lent all about, Their nlrablo footsteps echo 03 they hasten to preparo '.For our especial benefit tho news ot every where. The men who deal In produce from tho country next appear, And, half asleep, they rub their cycf, endeavor ing to clear The cobwebs from their drowsy brains boforo they undertake To trado with sharper grocers who aroall tho tlmo awake, , Now grocers In their wagons with the rising sun are seen, And soon with loads of berries, fruit and vege tables green They rattlo o'er tho cobblestones right home again to sell Tho things to us for breakfast .while In fresh ntss they excel. The milkmen, too, In wagons ailed with clatter Ins cans of tin Now Join the flock ot early birds and flondlshly begin To wa',:cn all the sleepers w 1th their f...

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. — 14 September 1893

A")j 5. a'Aw AJjaKfcAj ciH, ) l)c (ikrctfmnor gmt PUHLISHEI) EVEUY THUKSUAY At I'lugstnff tho county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Tiro property valuatlco.il df 2Jow York City lias inoreased ?500,O00,000intwclYO 5"curs" TlloM.Vfe Kast, Jr., Bonof 'tho famous cartoonist, is said to Ihj ambitious to tread the boards in burlesque opera as rival of '".Adonis" Dlxey. Kditou IIaiit, of tho Uritish Medical Journal, in his address on "Kthics" be fore the lm-American medical con gress at Washington denounced home opathy. The naval authorities have iioccived information Umt a number of seameu deserted from tho United States .cruiser Chicago during her recent etay at Southampton, England. J. Cook, .In., the promoter of the now party in Colorado, has issued a call to adopter amend tho platform hereto fore Miggested for tho proposed new "Liberal party of America." Tin: Spanish cabinet is trying to get Spanish banks to come to tho relief of the Ilnivco Espanol of Havana, which is in ...

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. — 14 September 1893

.,-. :3.'w --r ' -& !-: ,1'jti lKjS5 a , . jjjfca .ittA. . HW J. tC i " VL, J5K&Li .. -. . . i . -u,. . ...r . ,,,,. -.r - ...,,,.... .-.....-...,,.1, ..-.. ... . .... ... . .,... p. .. . jubbum. - -- . i nf ifTirnii wrrw i r iiiifimrii i u,.....i..:.m.. ,. , s. . , '- ennu ,-- .! - -.t&wmmLd u..j Mm if Jghc (acmuuxr Jniu. '1HURSDAY. SEPT. 14. 1893. XOTIOl TO Till. PUBLIC. All contracts and Mils for advertising pay able monthly. Business locals 10 conts por lino for first In sertion, and 6 cents per lino for cacli subse quent Insertion. Tub Coconino Box Is ple.ucd to contribute In public matters, but all notlcesof festival, fairs, meetings of societies, suppers, enter talnments and mention of marriages, births and deaths, beyond the regular announce ment, will be chai ei-d for ut regular rates. LQOAL BBEVITIES, Frosty nights nro tbo nilo now. Frosh Kansas eggs 25 ccuts at Coffiu's. Seo Babbitt Bios', nil. for this week. How do j on lil-o tho Sun iu its new form? Fine ass...

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. — 14 September 1893

&gmfmss&g3M temSSmM B9"Mf tmmmaam 'h. P 1 i ') AYE RS Sarsaparilla Is superior to all other preparation claiming to bo blood-purlflers. Tirst of all, becauso the principal ingredi ent used In it is the extract of gcn mlno Honduras sarsaparilla root, tho variety richest In medicinal proper- Cures Catarrh oIK low dock, being raised expressly for tho Company, is always fresh and of the very best kind. "With equal discrimination and care, each of tho other ingredients aro selected and compounded. It is THE Superior Medicine becauso it is always tho samo in ap poaranco, flavor, and effect, and, be ing highly concentrated, only small d03ea aro needed. It is, therefore, the most economical blood-purifier p In existence. It IrUTBS makes food nour QPRniTlll A ishing.workpleas OOnurULH at, sleep refresh ing, and life enjoyable. It searches out ail impurities in tho system and expels them harmlessly by tho natu ral channels. AYER'S Sarsaparilla give? elasticity to tho step, and im part...

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. — 28 September 1893

1 , 5$ss ."TV&mi?1. "rr l.x-& ftrr- r ..,,,,, .j,,- rn "-- ?; 1 h ""t jr2y - - - " V , LMfc far f r VWL'V , t eeklt) . . . r . .-sv i un. VOL XL FLAGSTAFF, ABIZONA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1893. NUMBER 3. i '.. .1 . '- -" E ' .' ' SSaWIofflKHKlw&rlliiHi''" 'in' in r iBr iBtHMilKinWi i if i "i i iImI ni' n Sfsa3tFis?Sl'-. c ?&&4fTHtJilMBHSie8fK rW3PSS0Bif . rewvrrvW, s J '"TCcTaS ft V Ha W "-' A .T ' J. m IH 0111110 3?lic Cotouxucr Mnn. i PUnLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Advertising rates on application. TM10FESSICXA1,. STEWART DOE, ATTORNEYS A' l.n w. omco two doors west of tho Bank hotel, Flagstaff, Arizona. ES. CLARK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Omce In the Babbitt Ilulldlng, Flagst&fl, Arizona. Fractlco before tbe Land Depart ment a specialty. MT rARUY Z. ZUOK. n ATTORNEY-AT-LAW District Attohnkt or Coconino Couhtt. V OIHcc in Babbitt bulldliiR. Will practlcoln J. all the Courts of the Territory JAME3 11. MARSHALL DENTIST. Office In the rear of Dr. Dranncn's P i .Store. Flag...

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. — 28 September 1893

iC, VK- - ' mmmmmiBMMM BaBfaaniM.. I - R. 1 -'i r- L r. i 4 5& 5 1 1 ii ': i 'Uxe ClwKomncr Jmn. CZJ C. M. FnxsTON, Editor. THUHSDAY, SEPT. 28. 1893. Subscription rates, ono yoar $1.00 " six mouths . . 2.CXI " " three months . . 1.00 Advertising rates Riven upon application Address all communications and tuHke all remittances to O. M Kumtoh, Flagstaff, Arizona. Entered at the Flagstaff post otBoa as sec ond-class niattnr. Accohdino to tho Arizona Gazette's World's Fair edition thero are no nowe papers in Flagstaff, Proscott, Yuma or St. Johns. upon tho liuat.co o munittoo cauau'.l il to bo 6idc-trackcd, iu order to give the Voi hecs silver repeal bill tho right of way. And now, although thero hns been no cliango in a siuglo law, tho b.uiks have more money than they want, and instead of wanting to hi eieaso their currency they have begun to surrender it one Now York city bank retired $472,000 ot its currency this week, and othon aro preparing to do likowise. This is only a single...

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. — 28 September 1893

Mte V "i'Wi -tu. IMS AND POCKETS. Historical Information Soasonod with Timely Hlnt3. rn Vfero in Vosuo In tlio Orlrnt Thou sands of Years Abo Three Pretty Not-olties-Outsldo Hanglnc rock ets In Great Variety. The origin of the fan can bo traced to the most remote antiquity. "It la ascribed by some historians to Kan-si, daughter of a Chinese mandarin, and by others to the sibyl of Cumio, who is said to have nscd a fan during the. do livery of her oracles." History repeats itself. How many of our modern sibyls deliver their oracles while gracefully manipulating their fans, lint even long beforo tho days of the sibyl tho ian was commonly used in Egypt, as is evident from its having been painted on tho walls of the tombs at Thebes, whore tho king is represented sur rounded by a group of fan bearers. In Greece traces of tho fan have been found as early as 500 It. C. Fans wero always popular among tho women of Home, and wero often used by the men. At dinner it was a common custom for slav...

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. — 28 September 1893

uSn.n, j , f".j' Rf .'r'. '"rwww 3 I s t. I'UHLISHEI) EVEKY THCHSDAY At Flagstaff tho county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Cooks of nil tuitions nre to have a fair and feast in 1'aris next year, wUi prizes for "authors of new lhc&" Mits. U. W. Dunham, of Chicago, hns been granted an absolute divorce from ox-Congressman Dunlium at Sioux City. The late Col. .Toronto Napoleon Ilonn partc, of llaltimore, left in his will $2,000 to his valet and ?500 to each of his servants who had been witii him for five years. Ml Gladstone lias sent a circular letter to his supporters in tho houso of commons thanking them warmly in the name of tho cabinet .for their atten tion and aid during the homo rule bill fight The Xorth German tiazetto denies Dr. ZintgraiT, tho explorer, has been e.pelled for two years from tho Came roons. According to this paper, Dr. Zintgraff left the Cameroousof his own accord. A hill to repeal tho law requiring annual payments of 1 per cent, toward the sinkin...

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. — 28 September 1893

. S ? " -"jr- , . fci3.3i! K ' v , " jf -" haSMUfc "-, -s :? V;,tf vv.vT iv-- -vj v '.. 4 HKU ".". "w. JtMife ' JcJiuh'k' JMPfeil,ffiilailH8lExix. jlh. .sw.v,.uU!ri7 k tr.u, rays vjwi . -it -t -mriTirrtni . ,t i r it h i hittiim m nBimMTmr'TTTirr K tSMsSSltm wMtfTrVriHi im mm li if i iMlnmMhlMm!iiftfiBmmmiffm Hi jCTllfllMMW f i WBIHWI'tfiWillhtlliW lilliWHW' HM ' .nM'lhl oiWi 'iji'i 'il ww'r'iUW Iwliilll I'M i1 IU i 1wwr 'I ' '" ' l"i Mi VIP L il"UI . I wnmetvKit i,-i3Tsi BANDITS KILLED. Train Robbers Attack a Dummy Sont on Ahead. TIIE CARS FILLED WITH POLICE. Tlip ISobboro NotcrtliolcM Conmicnco IIos. tllltli1 Two of Them Killed nnil Tlircu Ciitur-il Ono Mukcs Ills Ksi'itpc. , St. .Tosnril, Mo., Sept. 23. A bold Httempt at train robbery was cleverly frustrated here just after midnight this morning. As u result two would-bo train robbers are dead and thrco nro behind the bars in the jail. Of six men who attempted the robbery only ono escaped. Tho robbers who were killed are Ed ward ...

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. — 28 September 1893

MWl M fr Y ' i v k MA i DRfJAM-LAND. Thou;h tho years bo fled, and tho pain la dead, And tho prlef Is over long. Yet on dream-land track doth tho soul go baclt, And lot tho souud of a sonir That rlnss from n glado whero tho trees are Rrccn, TThcre the lnd ol sorrow novcr hith bocnl Jlnd out ot tho night como back to sight Tho forms nuit faeos of yore, Tho old Ioto wakes, and tho old Joy takes , Culor and llslit onco moro; Tlvcro sounds a volco wo can never hear, A step that has lott us for many a year. 3x3 Bunbcams crccn over oyes that sleep. And wo woke with n start to know That In fair dream-land wo ha u claspod a hand Which hold ours long a?oI And wo thrill to a touch that Is llngcrlns yet Va a passion of love, and of vain rcsrot. And for many a day we wend our way Tho unseen world around us, 1-Vr tho soul baa snapped tho chain tnat wrapped Tho earthly llnl:s that bouua us. And tho workaday world around vis seems ' Tjtts real hy far than tho land of dreams. Mary Oorges. in Chambe...

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. — 28 September 1893

.y.N jni rjrivinfwmw 'IF llic dPacouwor jpxtn. THURSDAY. SEPT. 28. 1898. xotick to Tin: l'UULIC. All contraotg and bills for advertising pay hble monthly. Huslness locals 10 cents per lino for Drst In sertion, and Scents porlluo for each subse quent Insertion. TriK Coconino Sdn Is ploascd to contribute In public matters, but nil notlccsof festivals, fnlrs, meetings of soclotles, siippors. entor talumeuts and uicutlou of marriages, births nnl deaths, beyond tho regular announce ment, will bochaised for at resular rates. LQOAL BREVITIES, Fine nssortmout of cream candies at Coin's. J. X. Woods, of Wlnsluw, ni In town Tuesday. Fon Sale. A lot of Berkshire pigs. Enquiro of J. II. Morse. T. A. Riordan nnd E. J. Babbitt spent Monday in Prcscott. Mrs. Win. Daze, of Wiuslow, spent Sunday bero with friends. J. F. Michael, editor of tho Williams News, was in town Mouday. Mrs. Johu Saudorsou returned from n visit to Albuquerque Saturday. District Attorney Zuck returned from a trip to Albuquerqu...

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. — 28 September 1893

JT-f? !S?!taiMW3aiBumiiMM'irriii mijjiiiiiwwwwrwv; nmnwMHH iiSirS3i3ssisffi SSSRffiS s 1 II fc m' v FACT That AYKU'o Sarsaparilla cunts orur.its of Scrofulous Diseases, Kruptious, lloils, Kczema, Liver anil Kuliu-v lMnases. Dyspopsia, Rheu r.utism, and Catarrh should Jo cou vlueiiiR that tlio Ramo course of trvatineut vihi cuke you. All that has been sM of '."..e wonderful cures effected by the uso of Sassaparilla during tho past 10 years, trutliruliy applies to-duy. It is, in every sense, Ihe Superior Medicine. Its cura tive properties, strength, effect, and flavor aro always the same ; and for whatever blood diseases AYEIt'S Sarsapsirilla is taken, they yield to this treatment. When you ask for Sarsaparilla don't bo induced to purchase any of tlm worthless substitutes, which aro moitly mixtures of tho cheapest in predii'iit, contain no sarsaparilla, have no uniform standard of a p. pearance, flavor, or effect, aro blood, puriliors in name only, and aro of fere 1 to vou because tli...

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 October 1893

-$Ht" iir: f- 4 J sSsjkj i j'-i -p i tiiUjwlj 1 w I.. ps-"-; . -soA t3 .T- .VS- 'V K" - V VI $ VOL. xi. JTLAGSTAFF, ABIZONA, TIUyitSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1893. NUMBER 4. ss2sl$i!&; jT aSte- iDedvln ' m f he (Ciuonino 2?Ixe Cocouuur j?xtu. published every Thursday Advertising rates on application. VHOFESSIOXAIi. C TEW ART : DOE. ATTOUNEYS AT O Law. Offlco two doors west of tlio Bank hotel, Flagstaff, Arizona. Eg. CLAUK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Olllco In tho Babbitt Building, Flagstau. Arizona. Tract too before tho Land Depart ment a specialty. HARRY Z. ZUCK. ATTORXEY-AT-LAW DiSTmcT Attorney or cocovino Cocntt. Ufllco In Babbitt building. Will practice In all the Courts of tho Territory. R. JAMES M. MARSHALL DENTIST. Office In the roar of Dr. Hrannen's Druir store. Flagstaff, Arizona. Teeth extracted without pain. D R. I). J. BRANNEN. PHYSICIAN AND Sunrenn. Klntsinn. Arizona. Will re ft spond promptly to nil calls fiom any point on tlio AiiuniiCK rnewe uuuroau. uraro md drug store opposite tho...

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 October 1893

gsgCTMfiSBMigijiM Esawv-'-w9" - ' tTj TTI-1" " " "'" "' '""" MJ I m , A I? V avptc-rriJBMiriii '"TfiMfliram 1?hcocMuncrjmn. CZJ C. M. FU.NSTOK, KUITOR. THURSDAY. OCTOUKll 0. 1393. Subscription rates, ono your J-J six months .W ' thrco moiitln l.x Advertising rates plveii upon application Address nil communications and maka all remittances to C. M Kunston, Vlugatatr, Arizona. entered at tlio FlaRstair post oClco as ncc ondcla imitlnr. Someone 1ms been questioning tlio democracy of tho editors of the Demo crat, judging from an editorial in tho last Issue. As tho Sux has frequently remarked, "This is a hard country to bo a democrat in, for at presont tint party is trying to throttle every indus try of tho west." The government is having no end of trouble trying to liml an army oflleor to assumo charge of the Navajo Indian agency. Up to dato two oflicors of tho 10th' Infantry have succeeded in escap ing this assignment by vigorous pro tests. These are Lieut. K. H. l'lunuucr and Capt. Dr...

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 October 1893

"!"jsp g-s-jJBi "ff1?, . aiOtw ,, 'ViutaB-iieSi-. "&'' -(. ,.".. .ar,l"y V., 'fc-sV. J' 'laaliAiitf-.iwa iil&H . , T' ' y i n YVUiHAlf AND HOME, PHYSICAL CULTURE. .A rractlcal System Tor 'Woman In Search of Ueauty-It llcnellts Not Only Iho t'or on Who Practices It, Hut Krlngi Most Excellent ltcsulU to the Untlro House hold. As physical training is engaging tho -attention and consuming tho timo of .young women everywhere, Mrs. Bridget Maguirc, Fraulcin Grctchcn Schmidt, Frau Johanna Bjornson, Mrs. Dinah Johnseng, and others who stand high in tho profession which tlicso ladies adorn, have organized a school and prepared a course of lectures for tho purpose of introducing their sys tem of physical culture. They are also about publish a book, "Tho Intcr ational system of Physical Culture hxplaincd," tho advance sheets of which are already out. Balow we give tho principal exercises peculiar to this .system: 1. Take a scopro (tho high Latin .name for broom) in tho hands, which sho...

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 October 1893

ggmmBS s&mmmuMnmmm I'UHLISIIKD EVEKY TJIUltSDAY At Fing&tuff tho county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. The Michigan Central Railroad Co. has armed all its employes and express messengers. Tub supreme council Minnesota Knights of Pythias voted SI to 10 against tho admission of liquor dealers to the order. Tin: Chinese government has given n&suranees that in case of further cruel ty to foreigners being reported tho viceroy of tho province bhall be de graded. Ukkis Aleus, an artist, who Is an in timate friend of ISisnmrok's, says that his condition is very discouraging and that ho is nothing but a fckeleton since liis severe illness. Emile Zola having claimed that tho custom of signing tho writer's name to political articles there wis duo to van ity, Pigaro points out tho fact that by law it is compulsory. Col. Emot E. Shki'.vkd's widow is to build a memorial church in his honor. The country house on the Hudson which Col. Shepard was building is to be completed ...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
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