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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 8 February 1894

Coconino VOL. XI. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1894. .tekvi H I H tm ii 3rayg99B NUMBER 22; J : . . $4z- i H - h m ft x L ' gltC 0WJTCOMU0 jttU. FUDLISIIED EVERY THURSDAY Advertising rates on application. VIIOFKSSIOXAL. CTF.WAKT & DOE. ATTOHNEYB AT J) Law. Offlco two doors west of the Bank hotel, Flagstaff, Arizona. EB. CLARK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Offlco In tho Babbitt Building, Kingston, Arizona. Practlco boforo tbo Land Depart ment n specialty. HARRY Z. ZUOK. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW DlSTllICT ATTOHNKT OF COCONINO COUNTY. Omco In Hnbbltt building. Will practlco in ail tbo Courts of tbo Territory. R. JAMES M. MARSHALL DENTIST. Offlco In tbe rear of Dr. Itranncn's Drue (tore. KlaiMnfT, Arizona. Teeth extracted without pain, D R.D.J. BRANNEN. PHYSICIAN AND Surceon. Flacstnlf. A r bona. Will re spond promptly to nil calls from any point on tbo Atlantic & Pacific Railroad. Offlco ind drug store opposite tbe depot SECRET SOCITIES. fOUNTAIN LODGE. NO. 13. K. Or P.. mcet&eerv ...

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. — 8 February 1894

,(&- Vif "ifl-i !tfnT?f pf . a . rrrrT ummwnnmni 111111111 iiw - -" y "WeTf '' fRRm&H&J& iwmmMmw . , ,. vTPf ; -.-, -'- ' - - t,)'I-.' V"" ""T'l" ;V "Hf """'"'.J SIS J"- "jESalBSy?ftV&3?tJBKl3 r"J Tlfe.''-1" 1 i'-i : to "ft , i i , k i rr 'i f S ?V rhe (jactfuino Jhuu C. M. Funston, Kuitou. THURSDAY. FEUUUAUY 8, 1894. Subscription rates, ono year 81.00 ' six months . 2.00 " " thrco months . 1.00 AdvcrtMns rates given upon application Address nil communications utul inako all remittances to U. Jl 1''unstoj l'lnS'btatr. Arizona. Entered at the Flagstaff post offlco as soc-oncl-class mattnr. The great majority of tlio four mill ion iillo Morkiugmcu in tlio Uuitcil States may properly bo called "demo cratic idles." Ax eeeeutric huliwdual wlioilL-d in Las Atigelos recently, left all his estate, valued at about $100,000. t bo e. pouded in erecting n monument o cr his rcnuiliib. To make suro that his relatives would not gut anything at till, ho provided that should tlio...

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. — 8 February 1894

WVnnmvf" MltwJwr,,,ww,' mM..iiMHiMiri"W"i""i i-"i m i.miiiM,i.in.uil i ,tBBfclW)lJ wWiIWWBg . I" I ? , If - ;JI fh m t 1 u- n i L ti St g i f A i-ihHU-TIIYIES GONG. Slog a song of nlcklcs', Pockots void of cash, Debtors in a pickle. Credit cono to smash; Law) crs all nro busy Hooking many a fco V usn't wo 'ln clover," In ieJ3? Half our workmen lalo, Babies cry for bread. Tradesmen all suspending. Factory engines dead; Canlslo In the treasury, Calling loud for money. President cono oft bunting, Or trying to enthrono bis boneyt CoDCrcss loaguod with England, To oppress us moro and more Oh! What a gloomy outloo ForlUWI Ilut, children, ceaso your crying. Wo'U get out of this fearful tlx, Your papas will Toto moro wisely In-ISM. M. II. .Underwood, In Iowa State Register. A FLASH LIGHT. .lllumlnutliic the Responsibility for tho Incumo Tax Dlsastrr. Whether tlio incomo tax supplement to tho Wilson tariff bill passes tho .house or fails to pass, the effect upon the fortunes of tho democracy...

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. — 8 February 1894

(sin .t! t f8t,lMA Y?V w ' ' Tf VF" " jSr 'W? T1pf: SP-S",- WWf! - "W 'W?fTWf j TV a J ,M v v 4 ,v 1C JCrjCtfimtJOr gtun TUBLISUED EVERY THURSDAY At l?ln!tail tho county scat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. A roou mtin.'s party 1ms been orfjjin- izea at Shclbyville, 111. ro man whoso possessions nto valued at over 81,500 is to be nominated or receive support for office. Josef HorFMANN, tho musical prodi gy, has gone to lierlin to study. Onco a week ho goes to Dresden, where ho receives lessons on tho piano from Ru binstein. Dr. August Ilntscii, Herman physician and pathologist, is dead. He wns celebrated for his researches into tho geographic distribution of epidemic diseases. Ix tho suit brought by tho govern ment to test tho legality of the sugar trust's absorption of tho big Philadel phia refineries, Judge Butler has de cided in favor of tho trust. Ex-Lieut. Ivanhoff and his brother Iiuka, charged with being concerned in a plot to murder Prince Ferdinand, of Bulgaria, have ...

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. — 8 February 1894

. & 1 3 ? $b, f ' " ' ' f , t r 1 .A i V ; 4S J. t fc v Mr lV., ' DA GAMA'S BLUFF. Ho Said Groat Britain Would Back Him Up. A LOXG DRAFf OS HIS IMAGINATION. Ue Is SIil to llnvo Unitized tlio I'oct Tluit Ailm. llrnlitm Is In I'uru. est null Is Kow Do cile. Kio nn Janeiro, rob. 5. Tho press correspondent hero has raado as thor ough an investigation as is possiblo un der tho circumstnnco of tho causes which led up to tho recent demonstra tion by Adin. lienham in the harbor in defense of American shipping, which has been subjected for a long1 time to tho reckless firing of tho insurgents. As a result of tho inquires tho follow ing facts hnvo beon outaincd: So long as Adm. do Hello was in charge of tho insurgent vessels nt Rio, no blockade was permitted in this har bor. Vessels of foreign nations wero permitted freely to enter tho bay, dis charge their cargoes nt tho wharves, reload and quietly depart When da Gama, after issuing his pronunciamento against I'eixoto, deserted tho gover...

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. — 8 February 1894

xe b.aii. f'3 1 T1 SSV" l w r""'T'm 1 -V', M- ? i daintiest bit ot 1 Is she, dually vlo- That, snlllni, sho raises unto mo, -A3 1 toss, and ilanJlo her, on mv knee, Or, with head oa nv breast, sho l'es. She's a brood, whlto Irow, unwrinltlcd, sot In an aurcolo of gold. And her lips, Uho a rod, red roso, dow wot, Or a bunch of fragrant mlgnoootto, Do enchanted s ectuoss hold. Of her teeth, 1'vo cover a word to say, For In sooth, sho his none j et, Hut tlicro will bo pearls " of tho purest ray" 11 r her fairy coilmothcr brought somo day From the sea, In a silver net. No circlet ot diamonds wenreth sho, Sho's a princess, no'ertholcss. No gown of silken embroidery .Slides her tiny figures' sj mmotry, But a simple, snowy dross Talleth softly down to her wee, weo foot. And down '.o the dlmplod hand That, with Infantine grace, sho lifts to meet Tho Up3 sho kuowoth so ready to greet It with kisses, as tenderly sucot As wero ever In demani. O, bsby Louise, you have won mo qulto. With your ey...

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. — 8 February 1894

sdarr M dsi. - "" .- ,-, a -- ,-"., .' ' - ' " . - .;;, utr J t -jjSir A )-Mrs, '?riWi ?'w ."f 1 . il- I ( I I it IS ; i i t P,, n- SIxc 0ccrHxu0 ,mx. S THURSDAY. FEBllUAKY 8. 1891. XOTIOK TO TUB I'TJIIIjIC. All conlracts and bills lor advertising pay nblo monthly. Business locals 10 cents por lino for flrst In sertion, and 5 cents por lino for each subse quent Insertion. Tub Cqcosiso Sun is pleased to contrlbuto In public matteis, but all notices of festivals, fairs, meetings of societies, suppers, ontor talnmcnts and montlon of marriages, births .and deaths, beyond tho rogular amiouuec "ment. will bo chaigcd for at regular rates. L00AL BREVITIES, Six inches of snow full Tuesday. An epidemio of colds is prevalent in Flagstaff. California straiued honey lu bulk at tho News Depot. Deputy U. S. Marshal Frank Morroll was in town Tuesday. Dr. D. J. Branuou returned from his trip to Prescott Friday. Yesterday was Ash Wednesday, the commencement of Lont. Copies of the Coconino Sun can bo ...

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. — 8 February 1894

Y'. r-syi ."Pf" t('. !&&'& y-VTTr--:V -&- m' ... 5" : 31! .- rv i- t A A, (,: ifi' t. ' wi ' ;i i' r rv.jft . , 1-- ..:, i.t i'. I I. 8 PAYING i . " FOR A NAME. - That is looked upon as the very height of folly by a great many people. The trouble is that they don't think far enough. A name i i3 usually worth all you pay for it. i The name COULON on a piano 1 makes it worth more than another ! name. Worth more because Cou- i Ion stands for honesty of mate- i rials, of construction, of oui'DOSe. It means that the piano has full, round, melodious tones, a smooth, responsive action, and that it is of gr:at auramuty. it is a guarantee of these qualities. It is insurance certainty and insurance is worm money. Address for CATALOGUE AND PRICES From the Manufacturer ' Coulon Piano Co., OTTAWA, ILLS. , lSS39$2&33e3;igJst. THE ONLY ricdlcatcd Baking Powder IN THE WORLD. Dr. DionyBias'- NUTRO MEDICATED NWsNsfNe HIGHEST ATTAIN ABLE. Leavan- lag Strangis, 13.425 7 Baking powde...

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. — 15 February 1894

V1 vs. ,, . V ' '-- (Coconino f; ijt. YOL. XI. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1894. NUMBER 23. iPeekit) ft St i ) -4 l i i lxc (frotomuv xtu. PUBLISHED EVEUY THURSDAY" Advertising rates on application. VROFKSSIOXAli. CTEWART A DOE. ATTORNEYS AT O Law. Offlco two doors west of tlio Bank hotel, Flagstaff, Arizona. ES. OLARIC, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Offlco In tlio Babbitt Building, Flagstafl, Arizona. Practice before the Land Depart ment a specialty. HARRY Z. ZUOK. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW District Attoknky or Coconino Cocstt. Offlco In Babbitt bulldlnc Will practice In all the Courts of tlio Territory. . v R. JAMES SI. MARSHALL DENTIST. Office In the rear of Dr. Rranncn's Drue (Store. Flagstaff, Arizona. Teeth extracted without pain, D R.D.J. BBANNEN. PHYSICIAN AND SurCOOn. FlnFfctnlT. ArlTnnn Will m. spond promptly to all calls from any point on .the Atlantic & Pacific Uallrond. Offlco ind drug store opposite the depot SECRET SOCITIES. OUNTA1N LODOE, NO. IS. K. OV P 'i Ui'i.r'.l.VA'...

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. — 15 February 1894

t '-V '438? ' '- "Y i-a ti. j: f $. :.' -tfv'L' v jir,- .,5pri ""a? IP JriIu (feomuoni. C. M. Funston. Editor. THURSDAY. FEUUUAKY 15, 1891. 8 ubscrlptlon rates, one year. " Mx months . .. , JI.TO 2JI0 1.00 three months.. Advertising rates glvon upon application Address all communications and make all remittances to O. M Kunsion, 1 Iwjstutr. Arizona. Entered at tho Flagstaff post offlco as scc- ondclass mutter. The scurtto committeo who liavo vhargo of tho tariff bill lofuso to hear tho wool growors of tho country, but givo a hearing to tho "whisky trust." Democrats must bo soarco hi Gila ' Bead. Dr. M. M. Crocker, a ropabll- can, has been appointed as postmaster. at that placo. The Sun congratulates tho doctor on his preferment. The mines of Arizona have not been iillo during tho past year. Prof. J. F. Bl.iudy, who was appoiuletl to secure statistics for tho mint for this tciritory, in regard to tho miucral product, has just completed his work and submitted "fills report. Tho total ...

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. — 15 February 1894

Pirn ' a K.-'s't rJ'- H 'ynwWTff fv 5 'i 1 4? h'7 i ? i i5 J ft TO 6. "4- "Hfl -fl)-A J I , v4 dfc - t I i tf .Autoblosrnphy of Money Stringency, In INank Verne, by l)ilcful Singer. I am tho Moaoy Stringency, 1 am a now comer. But I htu o comn to stay "Whllo tho democracy reigns. . I camo with Orovcr, f Whcn tho hw Irllng winds of March "Ushered ultn In. Xo I know what I am about. Anil Vi hat my mission 1st think I'll im hero 'To work tho ends of democracy, Of w hlcli I can enumerate Smokeless smokestacks, Tireless furnacos, Mnnoj less men, liusted bank?, Kulned merchants, 'Crippled corporations, And universal distress , Of ho dlrost kind. it Is my mission to Invade homos And ciio children To cry for bread; 'To maho mothers grow hollow-checked Trout fasting. And drlvo fathers To eek that which democracy ' Uss robbed them of Work! I am tho architect of every boup-houso In the land. And tho long lines of ' Men, women und children 'WhoTnarch to and from them Holons to tho army of tho u...

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. — 15 February 1894

'' -"" .WtA V V- i-v ,i T, fl'L.k'l 4 Ijc Coconut gitul"8 kjuuu vmk. PUULISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Mama ik Haiskme, one of tho pro moters of the womcu'b morcmout in France, is dead. The Wholesale Saddlery association of tho United States has petitioned Gov. Altgeld, of Illinois, to abolish tho manufacture of saddles by convict labor in tho pen. C. L. KlKF.it, the Chicago gcuius who offered to take tho entire issuo of United States bonds, has a scheme for moving the Manufactures building through the air with pas bags. Shakespeahk's comedy, "As You Like It," with all tho characters filled liy actresses, will bo brought out at a London theater February '27. Tho full chorus and orchestra also will bo com posed of women. A iiecent reception at tho White house demonstrated that the houso is much too small to hold the crowds that attend every reception given in it The country has outgrown the chief execu tive's plate of residenc...

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. — 15 February 1894

Vv if ?u ? r. f jf if K ' . - - A 1 r i ?' r t Cfc: -jffl-ENGAGEHEST. Dosporato Fighting at Bio do Ja noiro. THE REBELS FINALLY RETREAT. They Are Said to lint a Inflicted Mack Duinnge cm I'clxoto nnd Hntl the IJest of the I'lcht Iho I.uto Conaplrjioy. Rio i)r .Iankhio, via. Montevideo, Feb. 12. Tho insurgent fleet attacked Armacao at 8 o'clocl: last overling n'(l continued tho fight until daybreak. Tho insurgents landed troops and de stroyed tho beach and hill-top forts of the foverniuunt. With six heavy guns and two magazlno guns they swept tho btreets of Nictberoy, but finally wero forced to retreat before tho superior numbers of tho governmont force. Tho government admits a loss of 200; the Tress correspondent at Xictheroy 'says that 5U0 is nearer tho truer loss. Tho insurgents succeeded beyond all hopes, having destroyed tho govern ment position most menacing to the fleet, and having lost but 270 men in all. Many prisoners were taken by tho government troops, including several 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. — 15 February 1894

7 .,i,i i I lllWLll I JfllMf' 0m ; ,,;" -3f "-? -s . .- - 4 -. ,-- -M. - s WS!8?N. ' Upoi? ffi?5Crt)ll cP Ijonoi'.yrarfcyypai', la ihitjiM level's -written, behold he nanus of ttiop whojp QlofVOrt)vj ntfo'4) Vhotnwiorteiffriwn fofever dear. foiemoil' among Hie fart.1ftp splendid jun WhoqwctS liberty her patljof light" Hid led her hoik vicrortoas 1)1$) Ifo iwjiiG fiftl'oiixii'niricn,ihfit)Pi-f(SHiH&ToKi s- nwtr&wtiKlY Jtj k Story of Wanlty o- jp Oriflnal. EALIiY.lt is too bail to be giv ing up our time to dancing and atnus c m o n t s when so many of tho boys at the front aro stiff cring," said Lucy Dean, a llttto regretfully, as sue surveyed the arrangements for the great party in tho rambling yet luxurious old homestead. "1 don't know," replied her friend Anna Tracy, as she stepped into a chair to straighten an engraving of "Wash ington and His Family," a housohold treasure that was gavly decorated for the occasion. "Wo can do nothing more to help them, and it would cer tai...

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. — 15 February 1894

J- 1 i i ' T J SIxc (fttfcmriucr jlmx. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 15. Noxior: to thi: ruuLic. All contracts and bills for nd 01 Using paj -ablo monthly. IlusOjgsa locats 10 cents per Uno for first In sertion, and 5 cents per Hue- for each subse quent Insertion. TnE CoOomm) Sus Is pleased to contrlbuto In public mnttcn, but all notices of festivals, fairs, meetings of societies, suppers, enter tainments anil mention of marriages, births and doaths. bejond tho legular announce ment, will bochaiged for at tegular latos. L00AL BEEYITIES, An infant child of Mis. Kauo died Monday. California strained honey iu bulk at the News Dopot. Copies of tho Coconino Sun can bo had at tho news depot. Frank Foulko left Tuesday night for a ten days' trip lo Los Angeles. Seo tho fiuo display of crackers, cookies, etc., at tho News Depot. Tho" Arizona Central Bank pays fair rates of Interest on time deposits. Bonx. At Walnut, Febiuaiy 12th, to tho wife of John Berger, a daughter. Gus. lloimcr, of tho wool growin...

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. — 15 February 1894

ffSjJ Jgw -ASK w , 'i..,i ft.4 iifilW ill-' .Tifiii.a.At "f - 'wwmwt'H'g rjumu.suues4 m f. i. m-i n r' Y& V Bf, g!jCOQE$i$l!t- 8 PAYING FOR A NAME. That is looked upon as the very i 0 height of folly by a great many i X people. The trouble is that they Q don't think far enough. A name ( j is usually worth all you pay for it. i i Q The name COULON on a piano i I 5 makes it worth more than another j x name. Worth more because Cou rt Ion stands for honesty of mate rs rials, of construction, of nuioose. It means that the piano has full, round, melodious tones, a smooth, responsive action, and that it is of great auraonity. it is a guarantee of these oualities. It is insurance certainty and insurance is worth money. AJdress for CATALOGUE AND PRICES i From the Manufacturers ' Coulon Piano Co., OTTAWA, ILLS. f '"ii. i0Qo3so;ijjjS- A. THE ONLY flcdicatcd Baking Powder IN THE WORLD. Dr. Dionysus' fe- NUTRO MEDICATED fc" LeaYaa- HIGHEST ATTAIN- ABLE. ing Strengtl, 13.425 Baking powdeRI A ...

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. — 22 February 1894

t . -.-., w'wfttftVafc atoti.-fta ' V.A. , ti tm. y v VOL. XI. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, lEiBBUABY 22, 1894. NUMBER 24. r.u ' . ' - .' - f I , ' s ' . - . 1-.' ' ht m0mm weeklt) & hcoc0uiucr jl'nu. VI HUSHED EVERY THURSDAY' drertUlni; rates on application " vkofkssioxai.. CTFWMtT & DOE. ATTOUNF.YS AT n I nw Oflico two doors west of tlio Bunk it 1 liisstntr, Arizona. j- T- S CLAltIC, i. ATTORNEY AT L.UY, Olliro 111 tho Rahbltt Building, l'lncsufl. -Lina Practice before tho Land Dcpart- a specialty. t t u:ky z. zuck. i 1 attorney-at-law i'l flICT Attouney or COCONINO County. office In Hnbblttlnilldltiz. Will practice In i tin. C ourts of tho Territory .intco In the rear of Dr. RrannCn's Urns - I lasstalT. Arlzonn. Teetli extracted h.iut pain. Tt: P.J BKANNCN. PHYSICIAN AND 1 I Virreon. Flagstaff, Arizona. Will ro- "l pioinptly to all calls from any point lir Atlantic A, l'aclllc Iinllroad. Oflico . i (inifr sioro opposite- the depot SECRET 80C1TIES. MOINTA1N LODOE. NO. IS....

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. — 22 February 1894

.4 . '.A a.: I Ml if ni w 'I :.'L'. lUu , ' U. jM. Funs i ox. Hditok. "tUUUSUAY. FEUKUAHY 22, ISO I. Subscription rates, ono your- . . . three months $1.00 2.00 1.00 ArtvcrtUlna rates given 1" PP V-Jt'.Vii Address alfcounnunlcatlons and ku all remittances to C. M I'ukstok, riatuir. Arizona. Entcied at tlio Flagstaff post olllco as sec- oud-clas mutter, The sheep ami c:ttlo grimer,-? lunar no sympathy with the democratic ail ,v,iiiUtr-itlnn. for it has nulled a oneo prosperous section. The Bulletin says: It is uow stated as a icrlaiuty that but ono thing can proveut Gov. Hughes' removal, aud that is Ids resignation. Phoenix claims to be tlio leading town of Arizona, yet in some things that lilaeo is behind other Arizona towns, notably so in the closing of hpr lininns houses on Similar. On that dar lu nearlr ovcry nlaeo in norlhei Arizona the stores aro closed, and the employes aro given their needed rest After March 1st tho stores of Phoeub will bo closed ou Sunday. The retiring regi...

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. — 22 February 1894

w &,-liK J. jHSSSK " an 'VjuijUiAi. j M'KINLEY INDORSED. The Governor's Address to the Olilo Be publlcun LcEnp. Tho ninth annual meeting of the Ohio republican league took placo at Colum bus ou February 13, on which occasion Gov- McKluley, in response to tho toast, Our Country," spoko as follows: "The present condition of tho oountry Is uher cheerful nor attractive Tho pauso In !Tr wospcrtty Is apparent, and has given occa tonM well an opportunity for reflection. Tho rait J ear has been ono of compulsory educa . a. The country has witnessed much and viriKJ much W btlo congress Is at work ro Ssmg the tariff tho people aro work revising thfiMiews. Whllo tho representatives of tho L.me re madly struggling to execute olectlon .., 0f jsm, as they Interpret thom, the poo o'i ure as madly repudiating their Own aotlon oMh.it year and condemning the Interpretation 1, h heir representatives placo upon tho T, te huh gao them power. Tho olee j lS , 1-.J3 did not mean freo trade any more tlu...

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. — 22 February 1894

1 r I !&: S1 P-4 Mi f 3d i 4 11 1 ll ' 1 . Ill ijc &ocoxxxxxo mt PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Ttyelvk New York women, it I', an nounced, nro to vvrito a composite novel. The excavations that are being made among tho ruins of ancient Troy are personally superintended by Mine, bchllemann, in accoranco with the promise sho made to her late husband to continue his work. Sfxatoh Maktix, of Kansas, has in troduced a bill increasing from ?S to fl2 per month tho ponsionB of Mexican war veterans nnd to widows of ell sol diers who served in tho Moxicanwar nnd who are wholly disabled for manual labor and in such destitution, saying that $8 per month is insuflicient to pro vide the necessaries of life. Some of tho most notable Armenians of Seevas, Asiatic Turkey, havo earn estly requested tho American consul there to inform President Cleveland of the sad condition of the Armenians. Xhey claim tho governor of Seevas arbitrari...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
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