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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 17 May 1894

fT- f W" jf A X-4 "1' v '.CI VAt.rf.,. )i ? HANGED BY A MOB. Goorso RO30, Who Shot Karl Kuhl, Put in Jail. THEN LYNCHED BY MASKED MEN. The Hotly I. en l)un;lliic from n llrlilgo Over Mio Cottnmvocxl KHer-Tllo .Murderers of Iho Mcekft Fam ily Not Vet Caught. Strong City, Kun., May 14. On Fri day evening ut 0:30, Karl Kuhl, assist ant postmaster at Cottonwood Falls, twenty-two miles west of Emporia, was shot anil instantly killed whlle'at work in the ofllce. by a printer named Georgo Kose. An alarm was instantly given, and In a few minutes several hundred men were in pursuit o( the murderer. The river banks were scoured and a thorough search made in all directions, but without effect until about 11 o'clock tho same night, when it was found that Hose had goue to the sheriff and given himself up. A largo crowd immediately surround ed tho jail and demanded his surren der, and were with great difficulty, and tho persuasion of shotguns In the hands of deputies, induced to forego their In t...

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. — 17 May 1894

,.tfU.,fc IXW I .k, l ;.3 rtm "1 VKWftW 1 oWTMlfWS, , Y'' -w(i3 t " As feAjj;'' v" ", THE TARIFF. Iho Compromlso Bill as Finally Agrood Upon. vVrovIslons ot the New Sugar Schedule Changes lu Glass, Iron and Tobacco fcubatltute for tlie Cotton Cloth l'urngriiph Other Changes. Washington, May 8. The changes -mado In tho tariff bill by tho amend incuts introduced in the scuutc, us the result of tliu democratic compromise, arc ns follows: Tho now sugar schedules provides: On and alter January I, 16). there shall bo levied, col lected and paid on alt sugars, not ubovo No. 16, Dutch standard, tn color, and on all tank bot toms, sirups ot cane Juice, or of beet Juice, tncl&dn, concentrated mclada, concro o and concentrated molasses a duty of 4J per cent d valorem, and on all sugars abovo Na It), Dutch standard. In color, there shall bo levied, collected ar.d paldo duty of one elglh of I per cent per pound In addition to the said duty ot -tJ per vi nt ad valorem, and all susnrs, tank bo...

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. — 17 May 1894

- t "v-mfc" . - 4 3 r ,v SfccCfortouinxrjiiu. THURSDAY, MAY 17. 1891. NOTICE TO Tnn PUBLIC. All contracts and bills for advertising payable- monthly. Business local? 10 cents per lino for flrst In sertion, and 5 cento per lino for each subse quent Insertion. Tin Coookixo Sox la pleased to emit rlhute In public matters, but all notices of foillrah, fain, meetings of soclotlcs, suppers, enter tainments and mention of niarrlajcs, births and deaths, beyond tlio regular announce ment, will bo chaised for at regular rates. L00AL BREVITIES, Tho board of supervisors will incot ou Saturday. Fresh berries aud cgctables aniv ing at Coffin's. - Thcro is a good upeulu; iu Flagstaff for a good tailor. J. V. Francis was down from Cbal leuder yesterday. Small graiu sown tills spring is inak lug a good showing. Copies of tho Coconino Sun can bo had at tho News Depot. Mrs. J. 11. Hoskius, Jr., returned - from California ou Saturday. A uumbcr of Miltonlles are spending tho week fishing at Oak creek. ....

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. — 17 May 1894

3? flPw J- H0GSL I" .i jfor . f tfu M smf &VH J,i,S'i Ea s? Li ' t. W- t. t't.M !. fl v '7' t.i '; .3K VV.lHHii v'.V JKIKLJ tlM SAILED THE SEAS 38 YEARS. One of His Experiences. Tor Uilrty-elKht years Capt. Loud followed the s.en, moil of Hut tlmo ns master of o ves. sol. ami upon retiring from the water fas ap pointed by the Secretary of tlie United States Treasury to superintend tho senl fisheries In Alaska, which position ho held five years. He relates one epcrlonce asfpllows: Torovornlyeara I had been troubled with coni'rftlnCTtoiness and pain In the region of uiy heart. Jly preatest affliction ai i-lccplosaess; It was almost impossible at any time to obtain rest and sleep. .Having seen Ir. Miles' remedies advertised I began using Nervine After taking a small quantity the iHMietit receded was so great that I was posl ilelv alarmed, thinking the remedy con tallied opiates wlilcli would finally bo Injuri ous to mos but ou bolns assured by the druc cl-tthnt It was perfectly har...

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. — 24 May 1894

v ..-., M... . . ... ... jA;,. Xlg HKBEf "SSHk wTMWfttMBnWiliWPlTffla ftfc jHWBTBMilM?Tfff!TffHiWWlf'Tir i it TifHr1lHrwRlin ""'H'i'TTT'l'Whailw i n i r t - - - , eirilillildinriWWrMihWiEtifflMWBlto iti ..... ---- - a - - - - ill i " ' " ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' k (Cocunino HVch(i) tm. SlPtf ' - - ' ' K - . VOL. XI. ' ' FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, TIIURSDAY, 3LA.Y 24, 1894. NU3IBEB 37. "v".y- . l't'. mv . c..... h v i- ' . ?, .ri- Sr ptjg, i. j 'w-?' ffiA.r 1 4v 1.3 V 'J'" - I "V s I k ' " ml '- r ; W-- UCUl0CaUllWUU. DIKl) IX TUB STREET. .' ' .Z . George Hclmcutiuyclcr round Dead In - PUBLISHED EVERY TIIURSDAY ,:.,,. tho Street m Ash roric. STEWART & DOE. ATTORNEYS AT Law. Oftlco two doors west of tlio Bank hotel. Flagstaff, Arizona. E' S. CLARK, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offlco In tho nabultt Bulldlns, l'lasstafl. Arizona. I'ractlco lioforo tho Laud Dcpart medt a specialty. TTAURY Z. ZUCK. TI ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Dismicr ATronxr.Y op cocomko County. OITIck In Ilabhltt bulldlnc Will practlco In all tho Court...

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. — 24 May 1894

w 'I . M" ' i ek C. SI. THURSDAY. MAY 1M, 189-1. Subsctlption rates, onoycar. $1.00 v " bit months 2-00 threo months . 1.00 Advertising latcsgltcn upon application Addiesa all communications and make- all remittance to C. M lVt.9TOK. Ilasstatr. v Arizona Filtered at tho Harlan post omco as sic-ond-classmattei. . thk.wi:atiu:u. Below is given llic highest and lowest points loglstcrcd by tho thctmomotcr In riacslaff during tlic niotitli to till t date: MAY. lute, i , Maximum Minimum 1. ,.,.,. ....VI . .,,71 . ..7.. ....10 . ..,.74.. 3 ... H ... ... I)., 8.... ,?..,. 1D..; IK. 12 . .11 .'. "15.., 17... 18 . W.. 21.. 2t. ..10 ... ..71... .."V0...J ..'8.. ..to . ..If.... ...T5 ... ..Oil... ' ( ...8 .. .fil ... ,.;a ... .7a .. ..71 ... ..73 ... .78 ... .71.... S3 21. iiieoiiioratluii of Flagstaff will bciiiu!n of a upiv tra uf jiros- jiority for tho SKt light oily. Tin; tilitor of tin Tumlntour l'ros pcclm lias hail tin.' editor of tliuSuliiliur Valley Xcttsimlictcil by Uiogiainl jniy of ...

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. — 24 May 1894

IjffT if jlHtpijtfr IiitIjm m I -1 riifll(pWii,"w'IT- l; "lit ijj,!1,11"1"'"'1 lfWl.'"l " '"' "! tyr7r 1 -v t'is. J- -f (0 urraMM i-;r-v.-M"--rr-i-:i -. . ... v.jitfur.riti GERMANY'S NEW PARLIAMENT HOUSE. To ba opened y tho emperor, with grcn pomp and clrcumstam., next autunin. An lmpos 'Ing structure, tho Interior urrangement of hlch comblnos mognillcnco anil com enlence. Th8 lloors are ot mosalo and marble, and tho .vfndows aro gorgoously painted. A Urge apaco has been allotted for tbo press and publlo Cilleries, It U built In the renalssanco stylo of uands'.nno brought from Dresden. . KATE GARDNER'S CHAT. Prevailing Stylos Aro Marked by Neatness and Newness. In Chicago the illnnse Jletalns Its I'opu. lar Hold SomethlngNew In Trimming for Waists and Skirts How to Display Taste In Dress. ISpecIal Chicago Letler.l Tho shops are beginning to assumes a -very summer-like appearance. Tho show windows aro marvels of beauty, and the counters fire loaded with beau tiful stuffs. Tho frowns ...

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. — 24 May 1894

. iHMOfe ,"..' rf,i Xj. v , m vyi m nrf'i n r r : i . I'ttnn. rUHLTSHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. At Ledgerwood, N. P., tho other night a band of prohibitionists com plcjely wrecked two "blind pig" sa loons, destroying nil tho furniture and emptying the liquors into tho street. Sknatou Tkixkk has presented a bulky petition to congress from citi Kcns of Colorado asking an appropria tion for tho purposo of preserving tho liomcs of the cliff dwellers on tho Uto Indian reservation. A DivoiiCK petition filed in the district court of l'ayno county, Ok., by James Smith, a farmer, whose wife owns much more property than ho does, prays for a divorce from her, and also asks that she be ordered to pay him monthly alimony during tho remainder of his life. Foil a week farmers near Fnlrbury, 111., have been complaining of the oats not looking ns thrifty as they should. Investigations have been made which revealed to them that the causo of th...

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. — 24 May 1894

& w , '..-y &T . .!.,., -K- .ini-tf iiiwiiirT jjHnnjiMiypyj iff- te f! wBft.r viu i iiimii i.HMii.m iiMTCnin i 1 1 i upm m ih. "iiu mini mi'iii bi in 1J1 mm iwi'ihh i i i i mm hmwimbm m i niiinm i 5 t S? , ' 1 ' ' a J M J ,. & RAGING WATERS. Hoavy Storms in Pennsylvania and Now York. CITIES AND FARMS ARE FLOODED. Hundreds (it Tropin In a Stilto of Vunlc and Forced to 1 loo from Their Homes Hum (llo Wny Much l'ersou. ul l'ropcrty Lost. AVii.tjamsport, l'a., May 21. 'With tho horrors, of the disastrous Hood of 18S9, which spread death and destruc tion throughout this valley, brought back to memory by a sweep of water that promises to bo as great as that of fivo years ago, the people of this city were, in a statu of panic that turned tho usually quiot Sunday into one of remark-able excitement. Since Friday night a steady and almost continuous downpour of rain has been swelling all tho streams, and late last night numerous cloudbursts ulong the Pino creek and other tributari...

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. — 24 May 1894

-v- Vjr II IS ain't Joo Drownl It Is? Why, Joe, Vou'ro bent, "nil pray, 'nd go so slow I thought 'twits somo old man Hut hero Furgot I'd been away ten yoarl I had to come, Joo. Had to come I"ur ono moro Thirtieth o1 May, Tosco tho bojs 'nd help em somo In keopln' Decora lion day. Out whar yo bound fur this time, Joo? To set vhcflagsl Wo'll both on's go 'Nd mark tho end o' tho march that's done, 'Nd call tho roll u' tho boj s that's gone. Say, Joo, you V mo havo como so near lho still place wbero They're campod, that wo can almost hoar 'Em answer their names from 0cr Thore! Tlicro's test ton graves. I r'member 'm all Ten men that's answored detail call, l'te flags (ur me, 'nd dvo furiou, What's all the rest fur Tcn'll do. 'Nd wbar's tho rost of tho boys to day? There should bo twoho on's counttn' you. I hopo they ain't took to stayln' away? That ain't tho way thoy uster dol Taln't right' Thoy all had ortor como To mark tbo gravos fur 'Morlal day, No matter 'f work U pushln' somo! Why...

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. — 24 May 1894

v ... .jJttLuM!.,, - ,-. . miii.. , J -.'iMJKJy.liiaJ)y... . , . ., nmjW llgBHBHiflliyH .'TmltTT7? rtiffi 'y ijKpu JunHlilW'i 1 'iy'wfyg tr. V WR'Trpr -.y ' .U .,4 PP&4ajj 1,' L BsBRSV?SF 4T gMmmwMJMWMMWEBB5iBaiiSaUM J -a'U, ';., v '' ' IBH vff 4 ' 4 -4 1 I v f gkc BJaantnixr Jnw. THURSDAY. MAY 24. 1891. xotice to inn ruuiao. All contiacts and bills for adcrtlslns pay- ljJp monthly. Business locals 10 cents por lino for first In sertion, and 3 cents per lino for each subse quent Insertion. The Coconino Sus Is pleased to contribute In public nmttcis, but;ull notlcrsof festivals, fairs, meetings of societies, suppeis. enter tainments and mention of marriages, births aud deaths, bejond tlio tegular announce ment, will bochaigcd for at regular rates. L00AL BREVITIES, Now B.uaar spring millinory at Ladies' V Fresh berries and vegetables am t ing at Cofllu's. Fon Sale Three- Fresh milch cows. Apply to Babbitt Bros. The- Arizoua Central Bank pays fair rates of interest ou time deposits...

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. — 24 May 1894

?7 T i ' Utt, r? IV rV s r , W4 MYSTERIES! The NervoOs System tho 8eat of Life and Mind. Recent Wonderful Discoveries. Vn mrstnrv linn nvor comnarod with that of huraati Ufo. Ithasboca the loading subject of prof osslonal rcsoarcu ami study In all ages. Uut notwithstanding this tact it is not gouor- uujr at u u v a that tho soat Of Hf 0 19 IOCS' tcdln tho up per part of tho spinal cord, near tho bnso ottno Drain, and so eensl tlva is this portion of tho nervous sys tem that oven tho prick of a ncedlo will causo Instant death, ifoppnf. illvfvwnrtnQ hnvn rimnonttratGd that nil tho organs of tho body uro under tho con trol of tho norvo centers, located In or near t ho baso of tho brain, and thatvrhen theso aro deranged tho organs which thoy supply with nerve Uuld aro also derauced. When it is, re membered that a serious Injury to tho spinal cord will causo paralysis of tho body below tho Injured point, bocauso tho norvo forco.ls provontod by tho Injuty from reachtnztho panuyzeu poruou,...

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. — 31 May 1894

J&WV, s zr t f fc J' XJ' M4 d d VOL. XI. FLAGSTAFF, AEIZOKA, THUHSDAY, MAY 31 1894. OTJHUER 38. 1PJf if rj ' - , , , , 9 S.V ft i LI r a, 4 'I " X (r- r, fit. VS 2 4. 3?hc 0jconino JPiw. & PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Advertising rates on apultcutlon. PROFESSIONAL. STEWAltT & DOE. ATTOKNKVS AT Law. Offlcotwod jrsvvcst of tho Bank hoti'l, riaRsttttTi Arlzu -uc ES. CLAItK, attorney at law, Onico In tlio Jlnbbitt Building, riagstnll, Ailrona. Practice boforo tho Land Depart ment a specialty. HAliKY Z. ZUCK. ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW DlSTlllCT AtTOllKCV OF COCONINO COUMV. Onicp In Itabbltt building. Will practice In u'.l tho Courts of tlio Ten Itory. . DIM). J. UKANNEN, PIIYSICLVN AND Surgeon. l'LigstiilT, Arizona. Will ro- sponu prompuy 10 nu cans irom nny noi on tho Atlantic & Pnclllc Itullroad. Oil md drug store opposlto tlio depot si:t'nirr SOCITII'.S. ATouxtain lodoe. no. i.-. k. or p.. I meets evoiv Wednesday night Intbelr uistlo lmll In lliihhltt building. All vislt linr brothe...

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. — 31 May 1894

v WsMtaitSy a ...:-.,.'.. ..-ixjfieastsiammaA. ' j'. ft. H jwtliMiT 1? v"783.H Jy'iv5j(i " TOL. XI. hc dJacottina j5uw. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AdtortMnS rates on application. vnoFi:s3ioxAii. CTEWART & DOE. ATTORNEYS AT j) Law. Ofllco two doors west of tbo Bank hotel, Flagstaff, Aritona. The Kind We Make tfivjTO S c It. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offlce In tho llabultt llulldlng, FlagstaH, Arizona. I'ractlco beforo tho Land Depart ment .1 specialty. HARRY Z. ZUOK. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. IUstmit Attorney or Coconino county. Ofllco In llabbltt building. Will practice In a'l the Courts of thoTcirlJory. DIt I). J. BKAXKEN. PHYSICIAN AND Snrecon. Flagstaff, Arizona. Will re spond ptomptly to all calls from any point on the Atlantic & Pacific Railroad, Ofllco ind druR store opposite the dopot SUCltliT SOUITIUS. MorSTAIN LODGE, NO. IS. K. OK P.. units every Wednesday nlglit In their rustle Mill In llabbltt building. All visit lus brothers n lted to attend. . A. Vail. 0. 0. T J l!03 K. of U S TOO ...

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. — 31 May 1894

, J I-- . . -. . .. .. . Mirtafr1''1' "i s,t '''-'- -, , --. s.resr r vtt5vj i st -jt ?? r - "' aMssHBsfraHK9Bffl r ? s1 IT . K f. N, -c ' t u" if mi, fe, dPIxje Coconino Jhin. (.'. M. Fi'sstos, Kdiioii. TIIUUSDAY. MAI 31. 1891. Q.harrtnflrtn rnt3. nnn VOIll' .. . 31.00 ' sW months 2.00 " three month 1.00 AilinHklnff ril t Oft irllC.ll UllOn IllHlllCnt lOll Ad(lrcwuU communications timl mnko nil remittances to C. M 1'u.nston. llasstaff. Arizona. Kntorcd at the Flagstaff post olUco as second-class mattrr. THE WttATIIKU. Ilelow !. gUcn llui highest and ltnutt points lfglstercd liy the thermometer In l'liiilstafT during tlio month to this date: MAV. Date. Malmum Minimum. 1.. 4 . fi.. 0., ou ... .71.... .;.... .;o .. ..w ... .71 .7-J ... ,.TU ... ,.:i ... .;.... ,.T8 ... ..fl. ..,.. (I to. it n h IS 16, IT 18 1 ;: i2l I::::; W , ...78 . . .to. ...7., .:3.: .71!. -a :n. 71).. . ...i... .. or . Aitauentlv Cuu. Vcaer, of Iowa, still labors under tbc hallucination tluit liu is tbo iitoiilo ...

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. — 31 May 1894

ARS LOOK AS BIG WHEELS TO ME HOW. But if I can get through this Ycarpfour Lord 1894 without a Dollar magnifying any more I shall be thankful. : ; . w IS, and CLOIU! 'v S ft ' m Mv .2S 4KI iWm..tm 'te ' '3fr "mrl. ii. P' i' m i, w KJI M V. F -u . I ' -v M i l1'' ' m j, ' ii, ! ttii : ; jkbj'm " , M ;i"fl 11 CSrS it 1 A I 1 y f is :)' ilia'!! iSlI TIHKl ' HUB 4- i'(i;'i ij&jfcf-J H..t,.Xt!,, ... HUft 1 Wl-1"- . HUiS iu. ffi1',!!,;,.,!,.,...'. 'S.' iS,---' 'LXl'J BteT. -j-l Hs -:;:!".!'." " a- SHHr-' 2i 5SBSM. jf -wo-.-. Kgggi- J .--V'-v BPV":x." Bgb'v : t&3 31 " ..1 i.V. r .&! -JS ...,7i ,...i'l,....., ....-; ..... .,,.T8 , ,H) ..ra .. .tu ....?, . ...7l .. .- ... 7.. ... .ii...... 18 ... , ....77.... ...;v .. . .. ...... . c: . 13 . 12 . 45 . 12 . Ett 01 . ::d . TA KI S8 .. :i7 ,. 10 . in . Vlr.ltl.ML (."I!- Weaver, of luVVIl, still labors under tlio Iialluciuntiou that liu is tlio pooplo of tlio United Slates. UlllVw than in any ouiwt world, is largely uxeceileu ... paua...

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. — 31 May 1894

r. Jil"P"ilW"ii.-i ...U.VW 'i in i ii rwumminn "$&$? mmmAitwfmiw!Pmipt w$t- gMwn'" Hfcnri.rn .ui ti M sit 1- , rTr itf-T 4 " v TP i Vii It - i 7 CopyrlRht, 1K1, by tbo Author. ICK FERRIS, of the Gotham Planet, was in the worst of humors. He was ft newspa per man, and used to assign men ts of all sorts; but the present ono was beneath any except tho greenest of reporters. A certain ndvertlseraent-seoking prima donna had become involved in a dispute with her manager over tho question of wearing tights In ho new opera bouffe "Semi, amis," and told the reporters that tue first night of the opera would show the public which .side had triumphed. Accordingly, the house was packed, and Ferris was sent by tho Planet to witness the outcome of the struggle. He watched tho Amazon guard listless ly in the opening chorus. Ho was anx ious ftrr tho appearance of tho prima donna, and scarcely noticed the rough maidens in tinfoil armor, until his eyes chanced to rest on the girl next to tho front...

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. — 31 May 1894

s, SJ -J.fYmnntM nlaiL.-ik SNlttoi'-iiM W T SSf ti mum s655Tw3 Tf'igTT; v - Vi'v 5?$ ft.T -;;v3- 54"E ,r. y,is - h l i Wail rw n ' '""-' 7?MMBlBiHBB5B!iBIII868lED83Bt ---?' ' V "!iifiMI.iiri" ''""nl'i "' jL;wmu;' ro'' E3sim i i-i Wm 'W&,?tffi&SKaMnw eaWke.iZ p h , f i i ljc (ftojcxmhw gtttn rUHLISHFD EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Michael Hash anil wife, an aged couple, reccnly started from Clinton, la., on a road cart drawn by a single mule for an o crland trip to Now York city. Locusts in largo numbers have ap peared in several counties of middle Tennessee, and aro doing much dam age to young vegetation. The locusts are pronounced to bo the seventeen year kind. Tiik 10-year-old son of John Carson, of Xcwkirk, Ok., was bitten by a rat tlesnake at a picnic near that place re cently. The boy's body swelled to twice its natural size, and the little fellow died from the wounds. Miss Ei.knou Mahks, 22 years old, of Mount Prospec...

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. — 31 May 1894

dNVtitffc-OtMah iV,r-tMm.i'lAw.-9mmk.nm: mi i n i nilH inn mi in i Win i '-J)M" njijuu'giM ,j.'V I A i i -) i) J jit V m hi r ; THE PROGRAMME. "What Is Likely to Bo Dono in tha Sonato This WogIc THE SUGAR SCHEDULE CONTEST. The State IJank Debute. Will llavo the ltlght of Way In the House Several Ivcpregcntatlt ea Down fur Speeches WAsniNTOOjr, Mny 28. The main in terest in tho proceedings iu the senate' this wcelc centers in the prospective contest over tho sugar schedule, which will probably bo reached to-morrow. Tho consideration of tho metal schedulo having been concluded Satur day, tho wood schedule is the only one now standing beforo sugar. Tho prin cipal debate on tho wood schedule will bo on tho subject of lumber, which having been put on the free libt, when so many other articles of raw material are made dutiable, will arouse an ani mated discussion; but it is believed by tho leaders on both sides of the senate chamber that it will bo possible to dis pose of the entire wood ...

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. — 31 May 1894

attefP " " --- bjanfaMifMMMMaiaNifeiM "JWWW? WIJWT . jH w mi am' i - aft" -s , J It , ;: i , I-"-. 4 4 6, 1 ' " WOMAN AND HOME, THE DAISY PATTERN. TTseful for a Great Variety of Household Ne carries Hotr to Utilise the' Thou Kami anil Ono Scraps of Muslin, Cheafte clnlli und Other Good tVhloh Aro Too Oaten Thrown Away. Effectives sprotuls, pillow slmms, scarf ends, pincushion covers and articles of n similar natures, can bo mado from fjnall pieces of nnblcachctl muslin or cheesecloth, which usually find their way to tho family rag-bag. A glanca nt tho accompanying Illustration will give a general idea of tho result achieved. If muslin Is used, it should not bo too linn and heavy. A sheer quality will mako prottlcr daisies. Cut from paper a pattern in tho shape of ii circle, flvo inches in diameter, using, perhaps, a plain saucer as n guide Then cut a number of circles from tho cloth, turn tho edgo of each, and with necdlo and strong thread gather this outer edgo, flatton down tho ba...

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