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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 22 February 1894

JBH TALK OF REDS. Valium mid Othor Bomb Throw 0r9 Hold Up as Martyrs. HESRY MAKES ANOTHER CONFESSION. HeI)lulBCtho Xnran or Several of lilt rrlcml nd Tli.lr Arrcit Ilcpectcd -Ills Jlothor'n House Searched. IoMoSi roU la Crowds of curious 1 I flK.An...lni n.U LstiTil:i.v packed tho terrace lu front of the celebrated observatory und filled per: 'Mill SWarillUll IU UIUBIIHIV.M t.llV nil the other elevaicu poruuus ui tills nomi'ar resort for Londoners, from which ! obtalnublo so oxtenstvo and Interesting1 a view ovor tlio river. M.il s dotted tho ground where por turn of the Iwdy of tho anarchist Bou din had been found. At the post mor tem examination a dozon pieces of metal, similar in their contents to the bombs used by Itoudln, wore produced. The widely announced meeting' of the utonoratc club, under tho nusplccs of the international workers' group, was attended by only fifteen persons. Fourteen of theso woro foreigners. 'The speakors who had boon announced to address tho meeting, di...

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. — 22 February 1894

JP .MaA.matmmMJb,. Sf m . n.;; '; m WOMAN AND HOME.- PRETTY SLEEP WOOERS. 'Useful Novelty Pillow for Conch or Di vans When Filled with Clover, Sweet Javomlrr or Hits of Thymo They Are ' Moro Attrnctbo Than If Stuffed with l'eathers or Hair. Present-day luxury, bo It would seem, begins anil ends with tho sofa pillow. No matter who Is to bo the recipient. If you solect tho popular licad rest of tho moment for an offer ing, you cannot go amiss. Hero is a chance to utilizo tho field and meadow treasures collected by you during last season's country summoring. A pillow with odorous filling of clover, sweet lavender, bits of thyme, life everlasting or tho fragrant and in vigorating fir is many times moro at tractive than that stuffed with down, feathers or hair. Even tho elaborately perfumed fancy, with cotton batting lining, loses lis charm when brought besldo a group of meadow scented morsels. An especially industrious holiday vorkor has added to her list of love- FRAGRANT PILLOWS. toke...

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. — 22 February 1894

US-JfcJJ -'"jRjsrt,; feW6'Wl . iyit,' v.4ttaWMfe am wikmji t g&gteMfciafjbCJiyjaK JhcCojcouiujcr Jhttt. TIIUHSUAY, l-'EBKUAKY 22. 181)1. NOTIUN TO THU 1'UIII.IC. All contiaits and 1I1U for adrcrtUlu; ; pay- u !i' monthly. Humiicw locals 10 cents pur lino forUi&t In srriioii. and 3 cents per lino for each subse quent lll'.l'ltlOll. TiieI'oconisiOSuj Upliu.od to contribute In public nmttcis, but all not Ices ot festivals, fairs, meetings of societies, iurpcrs, cntcr (.iiiinientsaml mention ot mairlages, bhtlis ami deaths, beyond tho regular announce ment, will bocliaigcd for at lcgulnriutcs. L00AL BBEVITIES, T E. Piilliiim returned to Prcscott Moudiij. Califoruia straiuccl honoy In bulk at the News Dopot. Water lias been rumiing iu tho Uivcr i!c Flag this week. Copies of the Coconino Sux can be had at tho news depot. .see tho lino display of crackers, cookies, etc., at tho Nows Depot. Tho Arizona Central Hank pays fair ntes of interest on tiino deposits. , . M. Mclutyrc, tho l...

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. — 22 February 1894

x' 3fc ,-arsajgmitfcffligumMAi" J! lis H8 jHS;$SOSS' 9 PAYING FOR A NAME. TUi So tnb-xrl nnnn as the verv i neignt ot loiiy Dy a .b1" '"?"j people, l ne irouoic is uai mey dnn' tTiintr far nnuch. A name i to tftifttl' wftrt r. nil vmi nnv for it. 5 The name COULON on a piano 3 makes it worth more than another 3 nnmo. Worth more because Cou 5 Ion stands for honesty of mate 5 riab, of construction, of purpose. 3 It means that the piano has full, 3 rrtMnrl mplnrltrmcs tntlPR. a smooth. ? responsive action, and that it Is of J of these qualities. It is insurance J) certainty and insurance is worth money. J Address for CATALOQUE AND PRICE3 f Krorn the Manufacturers ' Coulon Piano Co., W. 1 Hl If,..?. ,. TKH ONLY fledicated Caking Powder IN THE WORLD. -5? Dr. Dionysius'- NUTRO MEDICATED HIGHEST ATTAIN ABLE. Baking powdeR A r::t:t; Ca:3 fcr E7qejil. Or. ti a II il TE.isroo'sFTts of thl. Baking :v" rm.l iiwro ami Uttcrcrk than iNi tlrim.ii I i f.i.rn v iri't h . f nnv rthpr Itaklnf- 't-undt...

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. — 1 March 1894

1 r ' 'BTTMMliMMMMMJilllflltllhiiJliiMSMBiftiMMl t--fT-m.i n i i nHrma n 1 1 i miii m ., , --wr i, man niMiiniVr inM5--rofjJS!'-i' iftiirWrtmuiwh - w-BMti --' - ' " -- - .. 1-" -" !f"' VSHfe- P!BSiVfvT;r1fii".t' s-r .- aEr.i'f S7w--w- wg -fjW -3?"- -1i?ps?? ?'72T.'!7 -'l?lpt? . SgriyWV. ---?- ' 'iv.-t1 - - .'-, - - - , 'iv r " l 'V- t-ywKiwiafflraiJi lift,'' ' k (Coa-aiim Hfedtlti $rot "" ' -m , m . 1 ' vol. xi. flagstaff, arizona, thursday, march 1, 1894. number 25. ' f -; ' . ' ' ! .:n ARIZONA LUMBER k TIMBER COMPANY -rr"- JrejlR mhWink iy iv 1 v I: f -t j Engineer O'Brien mado a record of fB Fl 1 I P A y )fl JlSVwTaJ&'Mn 'K 'I i!f! 42 miles an hour with a special from WfljJJ5BL KA3 v ' STEWAUT & D0K. ATTORNEYS AT Law. ORlco two doors west ot tlio Bank hotel, Flagstaff, Arizona. T? H. OLARK. J. ATTOKNEY AT LAW, OOIco In the Babbitt Building, TlagstaQ, Arizona. Practlco beforo tho Land Depart ment a specialty. HARKY Z. ZUOK. ATTORXEY-AT-LAW UisiniCT ArronxEV or cocomno Coun...

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. — 1 March 1894

v.uu I'll irhimflMOWKfi iTwli'Mii i imiridtfjTin WrlT-"11"" 1-.a?a8gaBm.i....u m .;,. immr-ip'-fr -vmm .-. .i i'- renfwrji it""S"aw'fl1t8jiB'w isSanP w irv s ft-- "w" ra,Wfi"M ! 'ww. . j - r w-v f -tcv i..r.ir -- - 1 .t i 5 & ' 4z I" V vr v r. v ('l,-'V ," ie h.' .') ih . r 1 t - f 1?he Cfrcrcjouiujor Jmu. C. M. Pi'nston. Eihtok. THURSDAY. MARCH 1, 1801. t,5crlptlonratp,oyear.........i . " tlii-m months... 8100 2.W l.W Advertising rates ghen upon nppNca1"'! XalommuSleatlons ami mjko aU remittances to CM 1 unsto.n. h,mh. Arizona. , Entered at tlio Vlagstalt post ollloo as second-class matter. , .i . It now looks as if the tciiitori.il de mocracy hail killed nil chances of Aii zona becoming n stto in tho near future. . Tun opponents of Gov. Hughes claim that ho is lesponMblo for tho Hey wood letter, ami aro assertinjj that it is do ing tho lenitoiygicat iLimnge. But they ato billing to stand the libel' if it will effect tho removal of Gov. Hughes. The aoo1 "rowcis andcaltlo laiser...

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. — 1 March 1894

"p7iayjwyjgfPiy jBtgjgt "il ' ' 10 C J VP1 A f1 I PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY , At Flagstaff tho county seat of Coco nino county. .A BACKDOOR NEIGHBOR, "Stomal Vltrllanoo Is tho Prloo of Household Liberty. When tho Corbys moved from A -City to 1) Center, tho family suc- cceded In finding a house which in size, condition and surroundings suited thorn - admirably. It was a pleasant frao.e netructurc, sufficiently largo for Mr. nnd Mrs. Corby, their three children and ono servant, with an amnio lawn nround It and fruit trees and grape ar bor In tho rear. To tho city-bred fam - ily, tho senso of extended space and breathing room in these surroundings ..and tho detached houses was an oxperl--n(2j u novel as it was delightful. Their household effects arrived Tues day morning, and then followed tho -unpacking, arranging and settling, all -tho labor of which only those who have "moved from ono town to another can -.appreciate. That afternoon, when in tho midst of 'work and confusion, Mrs. Corb...

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. — 1 March 1894

a-' MMMMMMMMMtfMMlM(dJ4aiaMttL. , , .. , , !!!) wiMLMWaWMlWBiily. T" 'r5jf'?s3P TWfw(Tgra? n;;rw5f f jvi- vn , ". 5- : m - 4 "iff " ! Ilk 1 lK f . Ji ? -v 4 i I t rn t I rUULISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county scat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Tiis union printers of tho United States nro engaged in tlio preliminary steps toward tho erection of a monu ment to tho late George W. Chllds. WASniNOTON acquaintances of Fung -Wangr Yu. first secretary of legation under the last Chinese minister, nro seriously inclined to the belief that ho was beheadod soma weeks nftor re turning homo last October. Unfort unately, tho rumor can bo neither denied nor confirmed. A hill has been reported to the sen ate for tho relief of tho dependent rela tives of tho seamen of tho Nether lands steamer Amsterdam who lost their lives in the efforts to save the crew of the American schooner Maggie E. Wells and for tho solo survivor of the rescuing pai ty. A recent dispatch to the London Chronic...

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. — 1 March 1894

ifr. &t- frVVlp!lftirJm Wtmtty ' V .r T ' . -. ... - - - -, .... . -. . - J Jwu '. m -? DK'.ir i; t . . i . 1 J, v ff 1 1 It II. ASYLUM FIRE. A Homo for Fosble-MIndod Child ron Destroyed. A MAX AND WOMAN FATALLY BURNT. Drnve Men Itoscue Sixteen Children Tho lrlames Completely Out tho lJulld- lii(j The Cause of tho lire n Mystery. Vixklaxd, N. J., Fob. 20. Two llvos wcro lost and a scoro placed in immi nent peril by a flro which consumed a portion of tho state home for feeble minded children at this place yester day. Tho victims were J. 11. Sape, tho engineer of tho institution, and his wife, who nctod as laundress. The flro was discovered in tho basement of tho handsome three story brick structure known as "tho Robinson memorial cot tape." Sixteen helpless and woll nigh idiotic children slopt on tho lower floors and for a timo it seemed as if nothing short of a miracle could pos sibly save them. The little ones, all unaware of the terrible fate which threatened them, slept the s...

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. — 1 March 1894

f 1---,. - , M -' jjii i J M1.1 ' ' ' M n !' ,"" ' "" "WilJ IE1 Ht'iaj r. a-Mi-iMWwi.niffi,'W'. w i iiwMp;wWWWtjpwWWW!NW'l Tff t .' v tiT&&feb ?mf i&V-C V.. -, w. iHRSEriEiaU33?jOTjEDa S v ', '' i Hffity?K; ; mHibK? 5w - f WfaetiUi1mfr!Ww2Hr ?K i&mmm i'm'f-' M ' t 1V -,H ! rf,iwf'tfcfl'fVl' tfc-wlribtv fr.wfyvi ' "" FBWPBe 4 4 r ? -J .A 31 ' Ixoooil' FROM GOTHAM. 27ow Yorir Woathor Haa Boon Vory Hard on Plumbers. Coal Dealers, Ton, Are Inclined to Grum. bio. What the "Capitalistic Illood- suckers" Are Doing to Relieve the Wants of tile Poor. Special New York Lottcr.l . Ono of tho most romnrknblo Illustra tions of '"tho wind being tempered to 'tho 6horn Intel)" Is to bo discovered In tho fact that, whilo thoro Is moro pov erty In New York than over before wo Tiavo thus far had no cold weather worthy of tho nnmo. This Is a great "blessing1 to people who arc suffering from a stagnation of underwear, and havo no credit with tho coal dealer. In tho languago of tho poot: "...

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. — 1 March 1894

srs. 4 rRi "rW' .1 . ? - - ,.$ -7-tf 4 ) 5 f "' i 35Ixc dfoconinxr Jforo. a TIIUKSDAY, MAKCI1 1. 1894. XOTIUK TO THIS l'UHUO. y All contracts and MIU (or Advertising pay ciblo monthly. lluslncss locaU 10 cents per lino for ilrst In scrtlou, and 5 cents perlluo lor each Mibso qucnt Insertion. - The Coconino Sujj Is pleaoctl toconttlbuto In public uiatlcis. but all uotlcrsof festivals, fairs, meetings of societies, tupuors. enter tainments unci mention of marriages, births and deaths, bovoud tlio rcgutar announce ment, -nlll bochaiced for at regular lates. L00AL BREVITIES. J. X. Woods, of Wioslow, was In town Monday. California strained ltouoy.iu bulk at tlio News Dopot. ' Mrs. J. F. Daggs left yesterday for tlio Midwinter fair. Copies of tlio Cocoxi.xo Su.N can bo had at the news depot. J. J. Donahue returned Sunday from a visit to tlio Miduintur fair. , J. II. Hoskws, Jr. made a business trip to Albuqiierquo this week. Seo tho lino display of crackers, cookies, etc., at tho News Dep...

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. — 1 March 1894

JSt .. XTzyeymsp r:5T?5Jff AlferP" jHt5?v ' 3BsB'' HeHElBasP?MJt "' arauHHOC . : , . w!!6?!'K5SB ?. i 1 1 ! 1 mMnimiMiiiwMsuwiwFasiiiw ' i.aMSSs.ssetgB.1 i SMsjMaiasSMasssMSMssa.ssiissss.SM.jLSS iBkr &' i s , . .. a : - $ K 9- t V f 1 Jr" J. 'I&bW ? 4H'iCSQCO(2;C)OS t" PAYING FOR A NAME. That is looked upon as the very i height of folly by a great many i people. 1 ne trouDie is mat. iney don't think far enough. A name is usually worth all you pay for it. ins name luuluh on a. uiauu makes it worth more than another name. Worth more because Cou- lon stands for honesty of mate rials, of construction, of pmpose. It means that the piano nas full. s! round, melodious tones, a smooth. i responsive action, and that it is of y great durability, it is a guarantee p of these qualities. It is insurance Q certainty and insurance id j worm money. Q AdJrcss for CATALOGUE AND PRICES f) From the Manufacturers ; Coulon Piano Co., OTTAWA, ILLS. , ?i!osa5i$3)o2;iS THE OWLY flcdlcated Baking Pow...

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. — 8 March 1894

ik w w tk, - . - (Coconino VOL. XI. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, MABCH 8, 1894. NUMBER 20. ri) c Wtmn V Wk - t 1 "V am. T m V - iiJ. JgllC 0JCD UXU0 JIUIU. PUBLISHED .EVERY THURSDAY Advertising rates on niiyillcatlon. VltOFESSIONAL. CTEWABT & DOK, ATTOUNEY8 AT fj uw. umco two uuors west ot tlio Hunk Hotel, Magstatr, Arizona. T? S. CLARK. XL. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offlce Jn tho Uabbltt Building, Flngstall, Arizona. Practice before tho Land Depart meat a specialty. HARRY Z. ZUCK. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW District ArronNEr ok coconino Couktv. OlMce In Uabbltt building. Will practlco In all tho Courts of tho Territory. R. JAMES Jtf. MARSHALL DENTIST. Office In tho rear of Dr. Rranncn's Drue (Store. KlJKitatr, Ailzona. Teeth extracted without pain, DR. D.J. 11RANNEN. PHYSICIAN AND Surgeon, Flagstaff, Arizona. Will re spond promptly to all calls from any point on the Atlantic A. Pacific Railroad. Oilico ind drug store opposite tho depot SECRET SOCITIES. rmiVTAIv Tnnnr vi ik t- nrn I hinnta nvA, Wn...

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 March 1894

OB! iSos?, I . . a . 1 . I,. i ( . j .S? vJC w f J - EHfe" C. M. Fukston, Kmtok. f$S THURSDAY. MARCH 8, 189 1. Subscription rates, ono year , . W.OO ' six mouths 5S.U0 " " three months.. . . 1.00 Advertising rates Riven upon application Address all communications and make all remittances to 0. M Kbnston, Flagstaff. Arizona. Entered at the Flagstaff post office as second-class matter. THE WEATHER. Below Is given thohlghestand lowest points registered by tho thermometer in Flagstaff during tho month to this date: MARCH. Date. Maximum Minimum. 1 DO 25 2 H 30 3.. 4.. 6.. (I.. ....40.. ....30., ....31., ....31 ...45 ....DO . . 28 . ID -0 . 15 . 0 . 13 The majority for tho republicans in Pennsylvania nt the recent olectiou for congressman at large, according to the offlchu count is over 187,500. The total expense of running Yava pai county last j ear amounted to $16, 704.01. Tho expenses of Pima for tho tame time were $51,626". 08 ami ot Co chise I39.315.-15. It Is said that an applicatio...

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 March 1894

,N V;' ,1 Hr I r H i . R. ;lj (fecmtrtjcr gun . PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county seat of Coco nino county. THE WISHING WELL. . Around Its shining edge three sat tbem down, Deyond the desert, 'neath the palm s green ring. i' "I wish." spake one "tho gems of Ilia's crown, fc Tor then would I bo Izia and a klngl" Another: "I the royal robe ho wears. To bear men say: 'Behold, a king walks hero!'" And cried the .third: "Now by his long gray baljs I'd hare his throne I Then should men crino andfenri"- "They quaffed tho blessed draught and Trent their way To where tho city's glided turrets shone; "Then Irom the shadowed palms whero rested . they, Stepped one, with boned gray head, and passed alone. JIls arms upon his breast, his eyes down bent, Against the lading light a shadow straight; -Across the yellow sand, musing; he went Whero In the sunset gloamcd the City's Rate, Tlio, the next morrow n command did bring, To three who tarried la that city's wall. ""Which bade tbem ...

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 March 1894

j J ..r-smf.,mm ..,.. ...aMwpiHti.tw-wina..l'ii.., ..,r., ,- -P . rr . MlJ u mmi.mmimmtm n"wr' imiiia , , 4-te.v I SMH&u4l , d "sISHiasT'i i Tif1Wt'iH . w ' iiiiiMsissiiiiiiiiiiissiiiiitiiBlillisiiiiiisiiiiiilisssgMsillMiMMMWsMMi .' -' 'a- v ft. ijc OCocommj gun PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ,At Flagstaff tho county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. After conferring1 upon tho subject, Secretaries Laraont and Herbert have 'decided thcro shall be no contests at .loot ball between tho cadets at Annap clls and West Point. ' The receipts of gold at the Denver mint for February will bo larger than ,ny other month In tho history of the Institution. Tho amount will bo over ?218,000, tho highost previous record ' teing J214.000. It is not generally known that Kan ' eas ranks third In tho production of salt, and that, with New York and Mchlfran, which alpno precede her, she was last yenr responsible for 83 per cent of the total product of tho United States, amounting to 11.435.4S7 bar...

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 March 1894

yr jatts: (V"1-. K U' ' ' ft? .lp'' 'J 1 1 1 &. ; "ir-r T 1 J5 i k I .!... - .. .. . Centennial of the Natloiml Ciipltnl. When the year 1900 nrriveJ it will bo In order to celebrate the centennial of the establishment hero of the national capital. The celebration should not bo & small affair, nor ought it to be a raero fleeting show a day of processions, bands, banners and oratory. It should be an exposition ot what this nation lias done in the 100 years since its seat of government was taken possession of by the few oillcinls who then directed affairs. Tlio exposition of 1003 should bo compact and select Preliminary ex aminations by competent experts should determine the worthiness of pro posed exhibits and only the best ought to bo given space. An international exposition at that time would conflict with more than one European endeavor in the same line, aside from that rather important consideration, it would un doubtedly bo better to mako the affair national rather than i...

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 March 1894

' llrnSrw mwwy , ' l "fjfr". wpp- && V ., V Tp -WHKfSt... " an HfyTrrnsaiwl QSSsSfflWilSwwsx "sSHp!WSffRvrwSfioHre iSw '. "'tili'V tMHK' '-" Att'lJ.ww'R''"',:" V'WiW TWv"ei',r 'Tr "??. ; Tff JMMH7 - tWK'y THE CUCKOO SONG. Cuckool Cuckoo! 1 m loyal and true, -; I swullovr mv doses without ado "Unheeding republican hullabaloo. Cuckool Cuckoo! I hood not the laughter of friend or foe, 1 dm allow my dinner, my dinner of crow, Tor my stomach Is rubber, my faco Is dough. Cuckoo! Cuckool Cuckool Yo, carrots aro butter, noon Is ntjrht, Lager Is buttermilk, black la whtto. If a rover says sa forUrover's all right Cuckool Cuckool Let him say whnt ho will, ho's suro to ploase, (. JCcn Ltl is an angel, or chalk Is cheese. When Grower tak?s snuff I'm bound to sneeze. Cucltoo! Cuckoo! Cuckool N. A. Darren, In Chicago Inter Ocean. FREE TRADE FALLACIES. A Dead Iuo In tho United States Hour bom Afruld of Their Hobby, Advance sheets o( Chauncoy JL Do pew's article In tho Nineteenth Cen tury o...

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 March 1894

'., ITtshjffr.t1'. yi" "T&nyefB'mm -v r . - - Aip-"-acgw " ra9H3jSK& n J f R! ? .A ' .1 .. if'' X l i- .-.", iC ' ft J 1 1 - V . J ht 0JC0ttiU0 JPitu. THURSDAY, MAKCII 8. 1894. NOTICE TO THE l'UHLIC. All contracts and bills for advertising pay ables monthly. . , Business locals 10 cents per lino for first In sertion, and 3 cents per line for each subse quent Insertion. jTnE Coconino Su.v Is pleased to coutrlbuto In public mnttois, but nil notlcesof festivals, fairs, meetings of societies, suppors. enter tainments and mention of marriages, births and deaths, beyond tlio regular announce ment, w HI bo chat ged for at regular i atcs. L00AL BREVITIES. Tlio board of supervisors meet to morrow. Mrs. J. R. Treat has bcou qulto HI with la grippe. California strained honey in bulk at tho News Dopot. Mrs. J. L. Treat, of Clmllcnder, was in town Wednesday. Copies of the Coconino Sun cau bo ' bad at the news depot. Mrs. J. E. l-almer left Friday for a ten days' vtoit to Los Angeles. See...

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 March 1894

i ';,; ,-. riiBWsssssssaisssssMBSssssssssssssisssssisssMsssj ; . - , -SB ft '-V l 2Kf4 , 6 Josg!- I PAYING FOR A NAME. jtf; t That is lsoked unon as the very i iicignt oj iouy ay a great many people, i He trouDie is mat iney don't think far enough. A name is usually worth all you pay for it. , The name COULON on a piano makes it worth more than another name. Worth more because Cou- lon stands for honesty of mate- . nais, 01 construction, 01 purpose. It means that the piano has full, responsive action, and that it is of i great durability, it is a guarantee of these qualities. It is insurance 1 certaintv and insurance is1 gj worth money. P? Address for K CATALOGUE AND PRICES D From tho Manufacturers I Coulon Piano Co., OTTAWA, ILLS. , THE ONLY ilcdlcatcd Baking Powder IN THE WORLD. -Dr. Dionysius' NUTRO MEDICATED ms, Leavan- DrDionvERjs HIGHEST ATTAIN' ABLE. 7j? Ing SB8"""' fcngpowdar Strength 13.425 JVW'IViSSSe 3$ 5 f Baking powdeRI A 7k!'.1t9 Can fcr trrpejtlj. QXEasd a Uklt TKAorn...

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