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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 4 January 1894

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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 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 4 January 1894

. j&wEmj&m&ijj 5 v '-gyy W"'" " " ' - "-'- ' uaani,-.,. """".-tWiU.-.-.. . .-t"" minimi yr imiiinM i ' --, WCfl WW I tUJ IS I R W j 3-- x (Coconino xn. C. M. Fuxston, Kunou. THURSDAY. JANUARY 1. 1801. Jt.CO i.w 1.00 B inscription rates, ono year. " six months ' , " tbrco months . Advertising rates Riven upon application Address all communications and make i nil mlttanccs to 0. M Kosstos, lla?statr. remittances to Arizona. EntoredattholClaKStatpot olllco as second-class nmxtn.r. , - If the fool friends of statehood will keq away from Washington, Arizona will bo admitted llih year. The Denver Sun says: "With Ari- j "zona,. Utah and Hew Mexico admitted states, the length of the country ' Vest "Of tho Mississippi, in Ihu United States,, will, bo iiniioMiigl formidable. It may be even a little 'appalling to tho "" U0'1! iH)wcr." - -,.. .The Jsilxer sentiment of Utah. Ari zona and Now Mexico does nut, s.is tho Globo Democrat, in itself, furnish a good reason for barring their ...

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. — 4 January 1894

flSKP't -. Hj-'SBaim m i - $ -- fyt (. L. i -r ggfcr "arjp - v ii I NOVELTIES IN SHOPS. Japanese -sts" Aro Growing In Popu lar Favor How a Largo Company Can Ho Served In a Small Dlnlnz-lloom A Clnrnilmc Tea Kctilo from the Orient. The lessons wo havo learneil from the Japanese, havo for a long; tlino dono good service; but tho fashion of arranging tables in "nests" is only now being copied by makers ncaror home. In our small rooms and in the apartments that yearly grow in favor any devlco for economizing1 spaco is Important. These tables aro ill nests THE SEW JAPJLSE8E TEA-KETTLE. that occupy tho spaco only of ono and that can at need bo separated and lifted each to its appointed place. All are. indeed, boons to tho entertainer. I once saw a large company served with supper in comparatively small rooms with absolutely no confusion by tho help of a number of Japanese 'nests." They stood before supper in corners hero and thoro and occupying httlo space. Suddenly, when tho ap pointed t...

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. — 4 January 1894

.!. , - i 1Q i I'UniilSnED EVEKY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. A Moscow dispatch announces the death of Carolliio Janich In that city. Sho was tho oltlett living' authoress and was celebrated for her translations from tho French aud German poets into Russian. The Indian mails announce tho death of Miss Tucker, known all over tho world under tho initials of "A. L. O. 11" For tho last eighteen years Miss Tucker has been engaged in missionary ivork in India. .In Holland women and persons of cither sex under tho ago of 10 are now forbidden to begin work earlier than 5 tv. in., or to continue at work after 7 p. in., nor can their work exceed eleven .Lours a day in nil. Both tho princess of Wales and 'Princess May aro taller than their spouses, and that is why tho princo of Wales lias such a marked aversion to "being photographed standing by the side of tho princess. Secrktahv Hokk Smith has under consideration an important case relat ing to t...

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. — 4 January 1894

sf '"- xtSU. ASr-- J-10 ih II It THlTVEAs" REVIEW ics tho Only Lino That Did Not Slirlnk. Gro V,!i:TI!E BLIGHT FIRST STARTED. ti,r to Hnvronio On Soon After the , ir IniniiiciHiMl ami to lino Cou- tliiuc.l lilRlit Down to tin' i:ml. , Yons, Doc. SO. R. O. Dun & .. UoeUlv Hevicw of Trailo says un- t , . caption "Tho Year 1S')3:" s i h the Urgest trade i'er:kaown, i i icil with worlt anil all bu Incs- sum- l -a hopes the jeur 18U h-is proved, ii -hrlnl. igu of traile. In eomincrchl r unit d-prtsslon of Industries, the r hft tart Wnotbcr the Una! results of & ti 1 i nii: HIT uererclatlTel moreseNere i) records that exist ilo not clearly lne etir closes with prices of mjjiy s the lowest ever known, with mlllloi a ,rlojMuB ln.itn for work, and with i iiKinn,' to keep back guttering and .m in alt our cities All hopo tho new l! r m j nrnR uriKiiier wi)9, uul iue uywg s oui a d steal record 'unit of different deptrtmcntiof trade da exhibit n collapse of Industry and uhiih is almost ...

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. — 4 January 1894

, (H I A BUSY YEAH. Hovlow of Many Thincs That Hap poned During 1893. The Most Important or thn Heavy Dull ness Failures Startling Cunuultles nuii Crimen lllstorlo Events at .thu Co luuiblau Exposition, Etc. business failures. Feb. 1 First national bank of Llttlo Rock. .Ark. Feb. SO Farmers' bank at Ilarrlsburg, Pa, Feb S3 Gate City national bank at Atlanta, Ca; SsSO.OOO. Mar. 13 Kansas Trust & Hanking company at Atchison; 800,uw).... Atchison House Fur nishing company, or Boston; S1,5JO,000. Mar. 14 Alabama national bank at Mobile. Mar. 25 Commercial national bank, of Nash ville, Tena: IMW.OOO. Mar. SO Mechanics' savings bank at Nash ville, Tenn ; fo'JO.OOO. Apr. 4 Crocker, FIsk & Ca.-mllllng Arm of Minneapolis; ll,SOO,000. Apr. S3 In Sioux City, la, Union Stock Yards company, 4800.000, and Union Loan and Trust company, 1743,000. May b Chemical national bank of Chicago, with branch at Jackson park. H.OCO.OOo... Hu bert II. Warner, patent inedtciuo manufacturer at Rochester....

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. — 4 January 1894

K I Hill i fhcCoconincrttu. ', c. NOl'H'i: TO Tl"' i-u"v Vlli.rtili"1'1 s mill bill fur advertising pay- ai 1' nulM"' 1.x- il 10 cents per lino for first In- '''onl'.i'n.r.oenls per line for each subso- oueir t m-e rlion. THE I HlOMM1 mi sc.n Is pleased to contribute 'itieii. but all notlcesof festivals, i, pul'lK- '!l ,otinc of -societies, suppers, onter- . i..., tt ntni rlmrpa. hlrtlm fan- i.imm-nl'.iinii "' -- - ' , "ritln beyoiul tho regular ..nnounco ,",. ,,11 be chaigciUor at regular rates. LOCAL BREVITIES, California strained liouoy hi bulk at tiieNeI)ol)ot The boaid of supervisors adjourned Ycihievl';,.v at noon. Copies of tho Coconino Son cau bo li.ul at the news depot. Xat Koss, tho A. & V. water niau, was in town this week. .;,.,. the lino display of crackers, cookies, etc., at tho News Depot. The Arizona Central Bank pays fair rates of intei est ou time deposits. Y. V. Sksou and family returned this week from a visit to Peoria, 111. j. F. Michaels, of the Williams Xt...

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. — 4 January 1894

- ill mm e rt' jtfMMTJWW -W ti r j-v) " - -t)r v c1 3fnigor.ffiVJMa?awgiivyywr8i faEairncwtwwi.yfwiwwm -nltuwapwavzfteiiwrtir' a&. - 'i. In 4 i' a 'i YpuitvTOORE,, vk-fe? , x. T"-T : IS IN TOUR OWN HAND. rlmitrTst"ic to tell what tho lines In yoai haw indicate. It w 111 amosc j on, if BoinlnB more. ThiAbore diagram almojt explains llecir. The le",gth of the lNK OK UFB Wlca e prpbabte azc to tthlch ion will live Knci BllAChUjT aTrea OU thirty ears Well marked LINK Ui HEAD denotes brain power ; clear MM. OF KOUfONE. fame or riches Both combined mean success in life ; but you must keen np lib modern Idea to win It. Yon lll find plenty of these In Dmiorcst's Family Jlogajliic, so attractively pre tented thst ctcry member of the family i enter tslned It la a doren magazines In one. A CLE K LIVE OF IIEAItT bespeaks tenderness; a straight LINE OF l'ATK. peaccfnl life: tho roierso If crooked A cll defined UN! OF ' HEUf I fparcsyon doctors Mils; to will the health hints In Ucmorcsfj No o...

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. — 11 January 1894

r ?&& Flagstaff, Abizona, Thursday, January 11, i894. NUMBER 18. VOL. XI. 3C c 0jcjouiufftott. PUBLISHED EVEUY THURSDAY Advertising rates on application. VKOFESSIOXAIi. STHVART DOE, ATTORNEYS AT Law. Ollloo two doors west ot the Dank liotel. 1'laBstalT, Arizona. t' 9. CLAItK. i,. ATTOKNEY AT LAW, Olllcc In tlio Babbitt Building, Klagstad, Arizona. Practlco boforo tho Land Depart went a specialty. T T UtliY Z. ZUOK. 1 1 ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW Dktrict Attorney or uscosino County. Oltlcu In llnblittt building. Will practlco in a'l tho Courts of tho Territory. k. james M- Marshall dentist. Ofllco In the rear of Dr. II ran tun's Drue ctore Klapstnir, Arizona. Teeth extracted vithout pain, DR D.J 11RANXEN. PHYSICIAN AND Miigcon. flagstaff, Arizona. Will re spond promptly to nil calls from any point n tho Atlantic Pacific Railroad. Ofllco inu drug storo opposite tno depot SECltKT SOCITIKS. FOUNTAIN LODGE. NO. 15. K. OP P.. I meets overv Wednesday nlrht In itiM- castlo hall In Klfpatrlck 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. — 11 January 1894

if V -( KfcghM r. k. A JSS ) 4 I -N, 1 BR tfc 1?ltjc otouinor Situ. C. M. Fusston, Kuitok. THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1801. 6 inscription J ates, one year . . "- " blx months . " " three months SI 00 2 00 100 Advertising rates ghen upon application Address all communications and niako all remittance, to C. M 1'isto, HagstatT. Arizona, Entorcd at the-Flagstaff post ollico as second-class matter. It is time- (or tlio Gazette to opluiu why Hughes is still govei nor. Tun Loudon Telegraph s.ij: The proposal to add Utah to Ai'uouti and make Now Mexiro ast.ite of tliu Amer icau Uuiou, will proUibl) invoHc tiic United States in cnibtui. uumonts uioic dilllcult to Mirmouut tlian any it has thus far weputiencud. TiiLCalifoiniaauthoiitiuslKHe failed to locale Ean and Men i ell. Lat night these doughty knights, of the load lield up eight men at Fowler, ten miles south of Fresno. Tluee of the men wero shot, but E. His ami hi compan ion diove oil in a bugg) leaving no trace of the diieetiou they tooK....

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. — 11 January 1894

. . - 1 m $)c (Soconxno gntu 11TTMIID EVERY TI1UHSUAX in t 1 IngStllU IUO COmitY BCUl. ui v-uviw ii,. i mnty. THE SALVATION ARMY GIRL. v irs u Pl-'l" PkB bonnet. sucn as ""cr . 1 1 iur , , jura ago or more, and does not t, nil. lur lulr, , it in in her bro T . In r Ion utuu iu u uj uuiu mu, , l i!lo s . t mmh on style you see, sho Is not in il . h r'. to.rjt.iKly stois to bless the 1 ijwcet salvation Qlrl. S,. h and sattns 'loea she near, but Just a ,. mi attire o , ui, iUru, rough material, to which n touch ! "re . . j,, i, nij a little gleam or scarlet, and her .r , mfriih, embroidered kid, such a&our i , -. ust . VI, iii nit- to pltKlthrough muJ and slush I a nl ldy snou lUes hlrl, i .ji in u starting rise to bless the rt Sucet Sal atlon GlrL h a".es dark at nightfall, where tho -huluns thickly He, r, a me and want walk ,hand lu hand be uh tin- starry sk, If V jhi r, it racked, yaw wemen He and chil li, i irj (or bread. v u 'iarnth.it omc were light as Mr are 1 , i now as lea...

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. — 11 January 1894

"fWWflWBTMwHWMMMiMflBBftBiqraJi ; WW l iJTi i.JlutLaaUr- ;M. -s its Qkicjcrvmu gtmt PUHLISHKD EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the county sent of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Miss Henrirtta Arose, the heiress whom a commander of tho United States navy lias made Mrs. William Henry Whiting, is 18 years old, is one half Chinese, three-eighths American and one-eighth Hawaiian. The salo of Paris gowns, conducted by the New Yorlc customs house of ficials brought $3,500. The Worth cos tumes brought from $75 to $150. "George Brown." said to be buying for a fashionable dressmaker, secured most of this imported finery. There were about 500 people present at the sale. Mil. Gi.ahstoni:8 wit is one thing which his opponents have good cause to fear in debates, but though it makes him a dangerous adversary it also makes him an appreciative one, and he will often luugh unrestrainedly over the witty abuse poured upon him by Mr. Arthur Balfour, the talented tory leader. Miss Lccy Gaii.nett is given ...

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. — 11 January 1894

'-WP' V- ,V.sr.- W FIGHTING AT RIO. In.-ur;;ont3 Attack tho Government Shoro Forcoa. NO GREAT liLOODSlIED RESULTS. Ila f.niiui I'xjirrtlnit Uclnforcemoiit Ilo Uoiiln 11 Miin.irclilul Miuilf'to American .Mvri cuurlea Not HUfil. IIio it J vxinr.o, Jan. 4, vli JIonte vnin. .Ian s Ailm. da (!ama still li.il.K out. statin;; that ho expects the ijui Lilian and Henubliea with rein-f.ii.-i-ments from the south He appears confident of the ultimate result anil re ceived Airi.OOJ on Saturday from sym pathizers iu order to pay his men. There lias been some rain recently ami the lifhting' has only been Inter mittent. A fleet of insurgont tups ci 'mummied by Adm. da Gama, has been lnoujht alonir shore several times in an attempt to drive back the government forces and land troops. Although the insurants fought with reckless bravery their efforts wens in vain. They lost heavily, but did not gain even a foothold. Desperate resistance was offered yesterday afternoon and last mj,'ht to the government...

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. — 11 January 1894

n M-Mi,jmsmvii .iiasjtjjs r M :' .' CLEVELAND'S BLUNDERS. X'atrtlsun 1'r.ictlcrs r the Chief Executive In the llnwullan Affair. President Cleveland's insinuations against tho integrity of his predecessor anil tho American minister to Hawaii, and tho insolcnco of opinion exhibited hy liim in his interpretation of tho events attending tho establishment of the provisional government, are alike unworthy of the occupant of thocxecu tivu ofllco. Mr. Oloveland asks tho country to accept his judgment as ab solutely sound and conclusive. No other conclusion, ho declares, could bo arrived at, iu viow of tho faet3 stated, than tiiat which he has formulated. Docs Mr. Cleveland expect tho country to agree in this estimate of his own in fallibility? Has it never to occurred to him that President Harrison is just as honest a man, just as puro in morals, just as intellectually acute, just as ju dicial in temper, just as impervious to hasty and immoderate impulse as he is himself? Was Gen. Harrison,...

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. — 11 January 1894

:?" f L. m ?hc(toconinorim. V- . sMseeaJsaseeeel THl i;s1)AyTjAS17AV 11. 1804. af Hu- fii nun mhici: to tiii: rmw. ,, is audbills for advertising pay- ili) ... 1,hm1s 10 cents per lino for first in J ,.,(0 cents per lino for each subse- ,, i mm , u,i.o Son 1 pleased to contrlbuto , ,ttci. but nil notleesot festivals, . i in.- of societies, suppers, cnter- mcntlon of marriages, births thk IliD" . . , t l I l l . i .l.n ntt,1nf nnnrmn(r- (, th uejumi " " - -- 1 hi i-liaigcU lor at rcguntr rnies. nil B''"' ; LOCAL BREVITIES, ii.u. u Ah H, ?' U 'ami I. Li . 111 !.. i, Mewari is m iuouui.. Idlif.miia strained Uonoy in bulk at thl ',w Depot. The m n 3 now tuo ochd pal1" oi Onuuo county. lnh lisli, dressed turkeys aud chuh.ii!.atCofliu's. ' i yniut the Coconino Sun can bo 1,1.1 a tlic news depot. K. 1 lirecnlaw and ivifo wcio down iwm l Inllemler Tuesday. A II Smith, the editor of the Mohave cmtiu Miner, is in town. i 1 Ilabrock returned this week fi in i tup to southern Arizona. s, ,- the...

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. — 11 January 1894

-JE. . . uT ..SBOHfci. v- ,, MJHt- i J . V iJWc(S . MU ' - gf-r -.?rzzirrr WJffK&0i&' A. V .. jMMMMMMMIMMMMMHaMBMBWMlBMMaMffa'"' j -" v hj. .. a .Sl aaaa ... . 8 L A. -V ':ozxi' o. PAYING 9 r:n,r) NAME. k s i M .-.-.$- O That ia Iscfced upon r.p the very Q hci-ht of tally by a ,Pt many Q p:oplc. The trouble 13 that they dot think far enough. A name O i3 ujually va:th all you pay for it. O The name COULO.I on a piano Q mike3 it worth wore than another Q iiains. Worth more because Cou rt Ion standi for hencety of n:atc 0 rials, of csnitruction, cf FulF.se Q It m:ans that the piano has full, Q round, melodious tents, r. smooth. respsaslva action, and that it is oi H rreat durability. It is a guarantee g 0 of these qualKies. It is insurance S O :rtai:ii7 and insurance is v? worth moncv. it - i AdJresn for CATALOGUE AND TKICE3 is 1 10 11 1119 .iimiuviwwa Coiilon Piano to., S OTTAWA, ILLS. THE ONLY -v ncdicstedna.;:-.: IN THE WORLD. a Dr. Dionysius , Fowler1 W- NUTRO MEDICATED f! ...

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. — 18 January 1894

i..-' jaa .i .A?" Jj' s ' ' 'ff3! ..: -zTW cxi V sH&yv f ? &" . y i, fV r -.'( iltWZ FLAGSTAFF, AEIZOXA, THURSPAY, JANUARY 18, 1891. NUMBER JO. VOL. XI. .J. gtt ,..,..,,. -,-,,-mn. inm ir,n , - gHMMnHMtttl'. 'Aiwi:?' I1 li'l I i'IIII'I1" IMMfflMHBiffli''1tllOTlilff l'tlTf''fflr1l1illiWBMtfWHMW'li?1 SeXIWkF- iH!iiMiiW,ii afliHHPfsBfflKKi 'tWWPSK?' WMMHWaBsrHW ;. aiWHBKSSim?-"?!" .J""" -Tf tbtjs ,K3m9MHBn?liCT'T?-r- - ' rff "r?PTieaSfiO!BWBSj ' Jriw Pf v -"-; ' " ' -MfflP?iowr - -, u. i i fSsKISi .ART J Hkdttt) , nmnsBit 8 4. . VL,- (.ljk i "a '.- 1k (!crconiucr juu. PUBLISHED EVEHY THURSDAY dertlslw? rates on application. VHOrKSSIOXAI. rTFVAllT DOE, ATTORNEYS AT S I aw Ofllco two doors west of tho Bank hotel',' riagstatr, Ariiona. -r- S. CLAKIv, ATTOUXEY AT tiA-V ufflce In tho Daubttt Building. Flasstafl rina Practice) boforo tho Land Depart-mi-Hi a specialty. HI f NEEDED lYEffl'K. ARIZONA LUMBER BER &HM COMPK i? HAKKY Z. ZUCK. ATTOUNF.Y-AT-XAW pivrnirT AiTonNEY of coconi...

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. — 18 January 1894

wufc.an.--: .nT .- z. t -jst m BjiJli il '--;. i I WMHHII i Willi 'I I ! ' "' jagg H-f!?Cr.ra.iJLiA. 1 Ji... pwpiHmxniT y -!!- il'M'i", t y y; Tgr Wt'JW.'I'Jlw ii i mWIWnBBWBWWMP1111" "" iiTiiiimnniWIartCirfjinmiW"riiii - --.m, Uf I JJ "i$B 4 1,-i. t-1 M B. H &i ! J : 1 . a flBi ghcocouiu0nn. "c.'M. FiNsrox. Kiiuok. THURSDAY. JANUARY 18. 181M. QnVienrliitlnn r:itps. ODD Year. JI.CO 2.00 1.00 ' six months. tlirco months Advertising rati Rhen upon application Address all communications and make all remittances to 0. M Kukstox. 1'lagstair, Arizona. Entered at tlio riagstalt post office as s.ec- ond-class matter. FitEE wool will bo the death of that industry in Arizona. The Si'.v would liko to see tho new governor of Arizona that thu rhocuis Gautto has promised. Tho tiniti givun tho present governor lias expired, so let tho Gazetto "trot out" the new rul er of Arizona. The ta.pajers eoinplaiu thai the county cipeitses art' bejond what they should he. If the taxpajer.s would at tend ...

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. — 18 January 1894

ULi-SMr t.i&-4 44-1. MwruTgyTgr.? Wi2Hin ''' ry WOMAN AND HOME. THE "ZlftZAG" SHAKE. srell (Sotham Socloty's Vory Latest Hand-C1P--V Llghtnlng-Uko Movement with a Triple Expansion How It la Done I)utr aud Dudlnei Are In Lovo with It. Ilavo you seou tho latest shako bandshako, of coursoV It has only just como to town, anil it nado its debut at tho Now York horso shmv under tho auspices of society, jlr. Crugcr, Mrs. Wobb, Mrs. Town ad Burden and a lot of other equally fjshionablo women nro its sponsors, and that is as much as saying that it has como to stay, at least until somo ot t replaces It. This new way of greeting, of panto miming such thoughts as "Delighted t sec you!" "Hero's that boro again," ett-, is an nllegro movement, and If t'.o timo ll should consumo In execu tion could bo measured by a mctronomo U would bo marked "200." It is a triplo expansion sort of a shake. It begins on tho loft sido, glides over to tho right, and from timo to timo it ambles back on tho samo 1 ...

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. — 18 January 1894

:W5Sa 3n& -XObMligmBk, lining "v5S m k ff 'i 4' u, ..tv t?;ii ! f fl tta if. '! ) ffnra iyB 'ii Hi 'h w ' . i i r. ljC ODjOrJCJOmtltJOr gtltlt PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county scat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Edward Si'exckii Mead, of tho pub lishing firm of Dood, Mead & Co., died at Southampton, U I., recently of con sumption. JIiss Lauiu Yoiike Stevenson is tho curator of the nrchieological and palto ontoloffical museum of tlio university of Pennsylvania. Tun czarina has mastered tho type writer, and many of the czar's memo randa on stato affairs are her work, merely signed with his initial, "A." The eminent composer Saint-Saen!, Is always hiding away under an alias. This winter tho newspapers have dis discovcred his retreat. Ho is at Cadiz under tho name of Carlos Sanchiz. Tun London Dally News says that possibly tho lords of the admiralty will not be content even with eight new battleships, tho samo number of first class cruisers and many smalle...

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