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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 5 October 1893

TRAIN WRECKING. Two Moro OnBos of ThlB Diabolical Work Roportod. EXGIXEtR AND FIREMAN KILLED. Disastrous. Work of n storm In Mexico 1'loods In tho Territory nntl Texas Mlllttiincn Tiikru Mela SrniNonr.i.n, Ma, Oct 2. Fnsscn ffer train No. 4 of tho 'Frisco road, which left Springfield ut 10:09, about ten minutes lute, ran into tin open switch at Lyman at 10:i0, dashing through stock cars. Knglnccr Maxey Hall and rireman Charlio Kobinson were loth instantly hilled. So far us could bo ascertained nono of tho pas fcengers wero seriously injured. Ono received a broken arm, and several re ceived slight bruises. Tho switch had K-en opened by some party undoubted ly with tho intent of wrecking tho train. Lyman is only a blind 'Siding, there being no depot or telegraph otllce there. Tho three btock cars were just insido the switch, so that tho engineer and fireman hud no warning of tho danger until tho crash came. Tho officials of tho road state that this is no less than tho fourth attempt w...

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. — 5 October 1893

., 7nJWiWW HiIWP'WMHIilH HI III HI II H.IIIMIWIjlll ft1 Mtii)J!IBffTlt'tTffttJfl!r iiww fc,-- . .. li MMiirrrKwryi'riTffr i THl IaRIFF hearings. Testimony That In Condemnatory of Tar iff lleform. Tho best essays on political economy which have been written for many a day tiro the luminous reports of tho tariff hearings furnished by our Wash ington bureau. Tlicso reports aro un pretentious, and do not attempt to analyze causes and effects in an acade mic way; but they contain a faithful reproduction of tho statements of fact made by business men respecting tlw courso of prices and the present indus trial condition o! tho country. Tho witnesses aro not theorists bent either tiron justifying or controverting cam paign platforms and arguments They are plain busiuess men who know what are tho facts respecting the Industries with which they aro identified. With one consent they have borne testimony to the general paralysis of business caused by uncertainty respecting tho tariff policy 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. — 5 October 1893

u hc crjcmriua Jtou. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1893. NOTICE TO THK PUBLIC. All contracts aurt bills for advortlsln; pay- ablo monthly. lluslncss locals 10 cents por lino for first In sertion, and 5 cents per lino for each subse quent Insertion. Tub Cocosi.no 8uk Is pleased to contribute in public matters, but all notlccsof festivals, fairs, meetings of societies, suppois, enter tainments and mention of marrlagoa, births and deaths, beyond tho regular announoo mont, will bochaigcd for at regular rates. LOOAL BREVITIES, J. V. Rhoades left on Tuesday for Kansas. Fine assortment of cream candies at Coflin's. M. J. Riordan roturned yesterday from n trip to Chicago. Ed. Leonard, foreman for Ross & Garland, was in town Tuesday. Tho Arizona Central Bank pa s fair rates of Interest on time, deposits. Regular services will bo hold in the Catholic church uoxt Sunday, Oclobor 8th. W. II. Carroll roturncd yesterday from a Isit of sovcral montlu in the east. C. A. Bush has been making a num ber of...

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. — 5 October 1893

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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. — 12 October 1893

VOYj.-XI. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1893. NUMBER 5. gjhc Sanmina Jmt. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Advertising rate-son application. 1'nOlTSSIOXAl.. CTEWAKT & DOE. ATTOKNEYS AT O Law. Oftlco two (loots ncs,t of the Bank hotel, Flagstaff, Arlrona. ES. CLARK, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Olllce In, Uki nabbltt JJnlldlnj?, riaustafl. Arizona- l'racllco Lcforo thixLund Depart incnt it, specialty- TTAHKY Z. ZUCK. ' 1 1 ATTOnNEYTAT.-LA.VC' Disinter Attohney or 1 ocomno Coc si. Office In Ilabbltt bulletins. Will practice In u'.l tho Courts of tho Territory H, JAMES M. MAKSHALL DENTIST. - i Office In tl,K rear ufVOr. ilraiiner-'s Driv fu.re. Fhiest.VT. Ar zona Teeth trai-tei vithoui pain. DR.1) J BliANNFN, 1'HYSICIAN AND Surgeon. Flnj. stair, Arl7ona. Will ie spond promptly to I'll rails from nnv point on the Atlantic 1 iiclfic l.'alli ;nd. Ollicc ind tlrim Moro opposite t ho depot SlJCHET SOCIT1ES. MOUNTAIN LOPr.E. NO U K. OF V.. meets ero Wednesday -nlfrht Inthdi ehnll In Kllpatilck b...

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. — 12 October 1893

?&- teiuMjU-. "' if' .Ai- J 2SSI sscassreeateSSSaSSs; wiiBMt Jfc, "f"JBB l-Jl I J i - W s s i jj!jj!sggteS$6&ffii W - h ' ltjc dSoxtfuiua jimu. 0. M. FfNSTON, Kditoh. THURSDAY, OCTOUKR 12, 1893. Subscription rates, ono year M.W " six months 2.W " three mouths . 1.00 Advertising rates glvon upon application Address all communications and make all remittances to 0. M Kuhstox, Flagstaff. Arizona. Entered at tho riagstaff post offlco as second-class roattnr. America 6till has' tho fastest yacht. Tho Vigilant proved a faster sailer than tho English yaeht Valkyrie TnE Gazetto sajs to tho democrats of tho territory, "Mako your choice be tweon tho Gazetto and Gov. Hnghos." Tho democrats aro between tho "devil and tho deep sea." That Governor Hughes has mado a satisfactory oflleial is not disputed by auyouo iu tho territory but the Gazette. That tho governor will bo removed without dolay is not believed by anyone. The session of supremo court, which was to have been held in Phoenix l...

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. — 12 October 1893

c s ' ff :oi If K -." j',SHOT IN THE BACK. iv V l'allns, tho Spanish Anarchist, Defiantly Our to 1IU Doom. Barcelona, Oct. 7. Pallas, tho an archist, who on Sunday, September 24, made tin attempt on tho life of Capt.-Gen. Martinez Campos by hurling twp dyna mite bombs at him, was shot la accordance, with tho scntcnco of tile court martial bcforo which ho was tried. During tho past twenty-four hours Pallas has been confined in tho milita ry chapol to which he had been escorlr ed while singing an anarchist song. JIo had refused to kneel when sentence was pronounced, but ho consontcd yes terday to sign a copy of his sentence, nt tho satno tlmo exclaiming that it was signing tho death warrant of hi judges, feeling certain that his brother anarchists would tivengo his death b hilling thoso who had condeinnod him to die. Priests throughout yesterday and this morning did their utmost to prevail upon him to listen to religious consolation and die repentant, but ha sneered at them. Mass for ...

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. — 12 October 1893

i v : I'UIILISHED KVKRY THUUSPAY At Flagstaff the county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Thk Philadelphia Maritlmo exchange estimates that the August hurricane caused 54,000,000 damage and wrecked 1-s vessels. CoMl'TKOi.i.Kn Eckklr has called for n report of tho condition of the. nation al I unhs ut the close of business Tues day, October ". Ifi.vkjc7a is raging in Madagascar. It has became a veritable plague in tho capital and lias caused a serious deci mation in tho Malagasy race. Thk foreign affairs committee has de cided to report favorably ti bill extend ing for six months from the passage of tho act tho provisions regulating Chi nese registration. Tiik schooner yacht Zeta hasreturned from tho Arctic regions with Dr. Fred erick A. Cook, Itenjamin Iloppin, Rob ert I). Ferry and A. II. Sutherland on board. All were in good hcaltli. A pisi'ATCH from Zanzibar says that Maj. Von YVissmanu with his expedi tion had arrived at Tanganyika after numerous hard fights with tho A...

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. — 12 October 1893

FLAG. Tho Russia Comos Sailing In Vfifh Sickness on Board. IM'Y SUSPICIONS OF CHOLERA. Held lit Qunrtutlno by Onlrr of Jrnltlns Klglit I.ln I.nt In tlio Lake Uhn I.ouNlutiii 1)U iifttrr. New York, Oct. 9. Tho Atlantic liner Iiussta of tlio Iliimburjj-American lino of ships, wlilch arrived nt quaran tine yesterday morn In?, lins been de tained by order of Dr. William Jenkins, health otliccr of tho port, Tho Russia came into tho harbor ilyiny tho yellow ilaf,' and on being' boarded by tho health officer, Capt. Schmidt reported that six deaths somo of which wero accompanied by choleraic symptoms had occurred on tho voyage. Tho Rus sia sailed from Hamburg for Kew York on September '23, and had on board nearly 500 passengers, of which twen-ty-sc eu were saloon, tho balanco bo ing stcerago passengers. Capt. Smith makes tho statement that when a few days at sea a female infant of twelve months old died after a short illness, licforo her death she was subject to vomiting and diarrhcea. Five...

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. — 12 October 1893

-g..ryw MIWMMWM !y M"PiWoiJ'J-tWHiW) 1 fliftii Hi tituniWMmmiW ww " WML hhmmm ftfWWwMwt; Jen ! ii ...- . , J -'.!J1! !! 555H5?59K55ffiHffiflESS gsggasgwftHSBgBy fk i . I, . WOMAN AND HOME. WILD MORNING GLORY. . Ilauiliomo riguro fur n Quilt and How to Form It. Ono of tho most beautiful designs for n quilt tliat I ever saw is tho wild morning glory, originated by myself, and n sketch of which I send you. Di rections given aro for ono square, twelve of which with a six-inch border make a quilt. The ground is composed of flvo pieces; ono pieco of white, 12x 12 inches; ono pieco of yellow, 0x13 inches; ono pieco of red, 2x18 inches, and two pieces of blue, 2x18 inches. Sew tho ground together, putting a red strip between two bluo ones. Sew a yellow pieco nt bottom whero tho leaves are, and a whito ono where tbo morning glory is; then sow all togeth er, tho yellow pieco toward you, and WILD M01UUNO OLOItV O.UH.T. red and bine strips to tho right. Tho red strip forms a polo for tho viuo. ...

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. — 12 October 1893

- ' -"" -w v " ' n jiiijui j iiilllhiiiilii i ' i nil '"'"ffl j ijmjpigjij mi -v o THURSDAY. OCTOBER 12. 1893. SOIIUE TO THIS VV BLIO. All contacts lcu bills Tor advertising jay able monthly. Business locals 10 cents per line for. first In ,frilon.ftndSntsperllne for each subso ouent Insertion. Tue Coconino 6cn Is pleased to contribute In nubile mutton, but nil notlccsof festivals, Jul,.,, meetings of societies, suppors. cntcr uinmcnts and montlon of marriages, births tnd deaths, beyond tho regular announce ment, will be ch&teed for at regular rates. LOOAL BREVITIES. Tbcro were 07 visitors to tho Grand Canyon last mouth. F. W. Sisson rcturueil Tuesday from" a visit to Teoria, 111. Walter J. Hill is at his old homo iu NortUficlrt, Vermont. C. II. Coblo and wife and Mrs A. A. Dutton returned Satin day. Judge Saudford, of Williams, spent several days hero this week. The Arizona Central Bauk pays fair rates of interest on timo deposits. Tho dauce given in Babbitt's hall last Fiiday ...

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. — 12 October 1893

ggggggf ' '"" i ' " lilWi .- -nmiiMiim U jSWIIWL ,11 i 'I' V -'"gy 1 V . !i , ' sk m i V m ftiL.. "Will euro Von, U a true slatciiicnt of tlio nation ol AVER'S Saisaparllla, when tulvon for diseases xii Igiiintlng in imrmro Mood nut, lillo this assertion h triio ol AVER'S Snisaiuirilln, as tlrounmls can iittost, It cannot lio tiutlifiilly niilleil to other ircpaiai!ons, which unprincipled dealers will recommend, and trytoim. poso upon j on, as "just as good at Ajcr's." Take Aj ei's Ssisnparilla and Ayor's only, if j on need a blood-imrillcr and would lo l)cnelited permanently. This mcdiclno, for nearly fifty jeais lias enjoyed a reputation, and made u jocorfl foi cures, that h.is nccr liccn equaled liy othor prepaiatlons. AYEU l Saisaparilln eiadicates tho taint of ho. reditary scrofula and other blood Hi. cases from tho system, and it has, dciei edl , tho conlldouLo of tho people. arsapamaa "I cannot forbear to express my ji f il tlio relief I liao obtained from tho ujo of AVER'S S...

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. — 19 October 1893

rm:m mm , -.' VOL. XI. FLAGSTAFF,, AEIZONA, THURSDAY; OCTOBER 19, 1893. NUMBER G. Op fetfitttfo man ntt -1-V 'r ff gfoe(jkcmu,ucrjlws. PUBLISHED KVEUY THURSDAY AeUertlslng rates on application. rr.orr.ssioxAL, STEWAKT POE. ATTORNEYS AT Lav.. Ofllce twoiloorswcat of tlio Hank hotel, I'logstnir, Ailroiin. ES. CLAKK, ATTORNEY AT LAV, Onico In tLo Babbitt Ilulldlnp, Plagstail, Arizona. Praeltco beforo the Land Depatt- inent a specialty. T T AlUtY Z. ZUC'K. ft ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW Dls'THKT ATTORNTT OF t OCOSINO COUSTY. Ollicu In Babbitt building. Will practice In nUthoCouitso? IboTcirltory DENTIhT. ifncc In il..) n ar nl V)r. Itrannen's Urns s'f.rv n-ipMuX Ailzoua. Ttc'.li extracted v lbr ut pain. Dit i .t MCANwrN. phyhciax at;d Surgeon H4iuC. AiUma WW re st ci '1 ro'npilv to r"i ealls finm ,mi point on thi Atlanilc A I"o lie Ibillrcad. Ofiice ind drug stoic opposite tbo depot ki:ciu.t sikttit:s. "! TOl'NTAIN LODGE. NO 11. K. OF P.. J.VJL nieetseery rdnfsdny nl,'.bl In their castle hall In KI...

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. — 19 October 1893

UM ii ; rIue 0coniu0 jsiw. 0. M. Funston, Kditou. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 19, 1808. es Subscription rates, one year tyOO ' " six months 2-00 " " .tlirco months . . 1-00 ArivnrtUlniT rate clvim unnn anDllcatlon Address all communications and malco all remittances to v. ji t onbtos, i ingsum, Arizona. Entered at the flagstaff post offlco as sec ond-class matter. The Gazetteshouldcling to Governor Hughes ns long as possible, as ho will bo the lnsl democratic governor of Arizona. iut a "monkey aud parrot" Umo the democrats of the territory aro hav ing over tho "spoils of victory." The republicans "point with undo" to the quarrel now going on iu tho ranks of the democratic party over the disposition of the offices. Among tho awards at the World's Tair was a first prizo to tho Copper Quccu Consolidated Mining company, of Bisoeo, Arizona, for a collective ex hibit of copper ores. A tkess report says: A number of prominent pcoplo of official and private life tendered a reception tonight to Gov. L...

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. — 19 October 1893

..HMfattS - t'r :' te SHOWING THE CLOVEN HOOF. .Toller of the Democrats In tho Federal Election Matter. Tho avowed purpose of tho democrats to sweep from tho statuto books every provlston of law for tho prevention of frauds and violence, at elections for congressmen Is one of tho most brazen, impudent and, indeed, Infamous prop ositions ever suggested in congress. For moro than a quarter of a emitury these laws for tho supervision of feder al elections havo been in existence and have been enforced, and always In tho luterct of peace, order and honesty. Tho authority of congress to pass tho laws cannot bo questioned. Tliero is an express provision of tho constitution empowering congress In this regard. And tho statutes, as they havo been en forced, hao been sustained by tho su premo court to tho fullest extent. Nor is there any serious reason for suppos ing that tho southern leaders, who con trol tho democratic party desiro tho laws repealed becauso they infringo upon state rights. 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. — 19 October 1893

5fi'aaffiiiejiiiMM'''' 1 M i JjC (fowCWUtgr gxtu runiasKED KvcrtY Thursday At FlngstafE tho county scat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Ciiaki.es Keade'8 niece, Miss Amy 2'cailc, lias written two novels. This losses by flro ior tho year ended September SO were almost $122,000,000, an increase of $27,000,000 over tho year before. liEi'itKSKNTATrvE Caminktti, of Cali fornia, has Introduced a bill increasing the pensions of veterans of tho Mexican v ar from $8 to ?12 per month. The scries of l'arls newspaper letters written by the lato Mrs. Lucy Hamil ton Hooper will be continued by her daughter, Miss .Xettio Hooper. Eioiit of the 110 w omen lawyers in the United States have, by practicing three years at the bar v. ithout a Haw in their caroer, earned tho right to practice before tho supremo court. The author of those monumental works, Smith's dictionaries, William L. Smith, died in Loudon recently at the age of 60. Somo of his works have run through thirty editions. His services...

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. — 19 October 1893

;-x" ..-'; . ." . 8 .a&. Jfiffifc, it WtofflKflT it. rf, .'! IfeiAiii)' n V SILVER'S WEEK. I Tbo Sonato Suro of Anothor Round of Silver Talk. EVENTS FAVORABLE TO COMPROMISE. A rotcliMl-Up Mennurr Likely to l'nm That o Olio Will ratlier-Sotoral Speeches Untln- luticil. Washington. Oct. 10. Tlio Wilson Voorhees repeal bill, or a sttbstituto for it, will again this week command tho exclusive attention of tho senate, but tho indications now nro that this will lm tho liibt week for tho present given to tho subject in tho senate. If tho compromise does not encounter unexpected obstacles, a substitute will bo prepared for introduc tion by the middle of tho week. It is a part of tho programmo not to introduce tho bill until assur ance of suflleicnt support to secure its passage is received. Consequently, when tho bill is once presented in tho senate, it will bo generally understood that tho end is in sight. Thero will bo some brief speeches in explanation if not in defense of tho measur...

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. — 19 October 1893

mmm mmmmmmi r. ,i 'I A m THE DOG'S COLD NOSE. Why tho dog's noso Is always cold I'll toll you, friends, as I've been told. Well, years, and years, and years aRO How many I don't really know Thero camo a ram on sea and shore; Its llko was never seen bctoro Or slnco. It fell unceasing down nil all tho world began to drown. Uut Just boforo tho heavy pour An old man his namo was Noah Built him an ark, that he might savo Ills family from a watery grac; And In It, also, ho designed Tu shelter two of every kind Ut boast. Well, friends, when It was deni Still dark clouds obscured tho. sun, Uut Father Noah safe led tho way, Whllo after blm. In closo array, Camo all tho animals In pairs. The leopards, tigers, wolves and bears, Tho deer, the hippopotamuses, Tho rabbits, squirrels, elks, walruses, Tho camels, goats and cats and donkeyj, Tho beavers, tall glroffcs and monkeys, Tho rats, the big rhinoceroses, Tho dromedaries and tho horh.es, Tha sheep, tho mice, tho kangaroos. Hyenas, elephants, ...

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. — 19 October 1893

3Shc 5tocmuu0 JP mx. & THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19. 1893. XOTIOK TO THIS PUBLIC All contracts and bills for advertising pay nlilo monthly. Business locals 10 cents per line lor first In scilion, ami Scent per lino for each subse quent luseitlon. Tub Coconino Scse Is pleased to contribute In public li.hUeis, but all notices ot festivals, fairs, ncetinRS of Foclctlc. suppers, enter, tulmncnts and lueutlon of marriages, births and Ocutlis. be owl the regular announce ment, will be cliaiged for nt regular rates. L00AL BREVITIES. A Chautauqua circle w ill bo organ ized here. V. S. Deeloss ami family spout last I.' week at tho Grand Canyon. The Atizoua Central Bank pays fair .rates of interest ou timo deposits. Mrs. C. A. Bush returned Monday from a visit with relatives iu Kl l'asc, Texas. Mrs. J. B. Tappau left .yesterday fur Ohio, where sho will wsitfiioud3 and relatives. F. C. Kuid ami Thos. Boll roturued last Thursday iron) trip to thu Grand Canyon. Mrs. Harry Fulton left yesterday for B...

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. — 19 October 1893

lgSg (I Tat&3SXKaAMmuiamzgez-''-'&x. mmUBjmtmM'a" '' " -SI h . 1 , i lUHJIHJJl,1H AVER'S ctoral Has )io equal for tlio prompt relief and speedy cure of Colds, Coughs, Croup, Hoarseness, Loss of Yotco, Trencher's Soro Throat, Asthma, Bronchitis, Lu Grlppo; and other derangements of tho" throat and Innjrs. Tho besfcknowrt cough-cure in the vorli, it is recommended by eminent physicians, and is tho favor ite preparation with singers, actors, preachers, and teachers. It soothes tho inllainecl membrane, loosens tho phlegm, stops coughing, and induces repose. R'S Pectoral rry taken for consumption, in its early Ktage.x, checks further progress of tho diseasi", and even in tho later stages, it eases the distressing cough and promotes refreshing' sleep. It is agrecablo to tho tasto, needs but email doses, and does not interfero vith digestion or any of tho regular organic functions. As an emergency medicine, every house hold should be provided with Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. "Having us...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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