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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 21 June 1894

' "V1 '"Al' , T b , E V f itf i i 1 Mi 7A 1 WOMAN AND HOME. SINGEING THE HAIR. !rho Orthodox Moclorn Treatment (or i Itongh Trriscs Custom, of Clipping tho Lndj Every ow Moon la Now Obaoloto I Singeing Increases Vitality or tho Hair I and Rovlvos Growth. Various modes of washing and styles of massago are claimed to ben--flt tho hair and euro it of ill color Wd weak growth; but for forked ends, "snake tongues," ns some women tall tho splitting of tho ends of the ihair, there seems to bo now but one accepted remedy. This is "blngeing." To clip tho ends every now moon was tho old custom. Every woman could -do it for horself, and in that act con eisted tho entire scientific caro of tho lialr a decado ago. But it nover was -very successful; tho hair with a ten dency to split went right on splitting. Singeing generally stops the trouble Some of its advocates claim that tho old.ignorantmcthodof clipping loft tho little hollow tubes of the hairs open, -while singeing loaves them closed, "st...

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. — 21 June 1894

.aarsr , j, v "v ' i '' "' 0 " . , . "jLJULlg?,. t J.v . t J , r i t-f-y j? & kl rUBLTSIIED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Sheriff McCaves, of Dixon county, Neb., has burned the homes of squat ters on an island in tho Missouri river opposito Vermillion, S. D., after driv ing the people away. The ownership of tho island has been in dispute be tween the two states. Miss Jennie Mayo, a bello of Middle sex, Vt., was secretly married a few lays ago to Thomas Strong, of Castle town, Vt., a negro hotel porter, by the pastor of tho African Methodist Epis copal church. Last summer Miss Mayo and her mother went to Saratoga and tho two met at Congress hall, Sara toga. Miss Mayo is 24 years of age. The work of a year is represented in a new map of this country, Canada, Mexico and a part of the West Indies, .being issued by the general land office. The map is deemed the most complete yet issued, and over 14,000 copies will be distributed. It...

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. — 21 June 1894

SKfr" mm - "'imw .JMI" Tfipwvi"!"1"' " i! Mw . b v -wrwr-gr v. ' rr. . Axtezji. A-i. jv-, MB, gpSfc. v T f ?, ' ' - :':::W 1 '4fAlfe'' fe'SS s 1 ,1 ,' -si if ? A KENTUCKY MIIIACLE. Judgo John M. RIoo Tolls How He Was Ourod of Rb.ouma.tlsm. Crlpplod for Six Years with Sciatica In Its Worst Form IIo Expocted to Die llut Win feared In a Mar velous Alanaor. rrom tho Covington, Ky , Post The Hon. John II. Uico, of Louisa, Law ronco County, Kontuoky, has for tho past two years retired from active Hfo as Crim inal and Circuit Judgo of tho sixteenth Judi cial District of Kentucky. Ho has for many years served his nativo county and state in tho legislature at Frank fort and at Washington, and, until his retire ment was a noted flguro iu political and Judicial circles. Tho Judgo is well known throughout tho stato and possesses tho best qualitcs which go to make a Kentucky gen Uoman honored wherover hois known. About sis years ago tho bodily troubles which Anally caused his rotlrcmont at a tim...

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. — 21 June 1894

i "i . P V -v- 1 i?? , 7 I ZPWjiFg'' - iffiW (Copyright, 1694, by the Author.l sJi SOT itt IIE 'ten sat to I, . . ft -' v, w liked her ex pression a n d the Italian tone in her color. More over, lie grow Interested in her from certain words and hints she lot fall. She was a devout Catholic, but ad mitted she had not always been so. One day WilHot led her on step by step to tell her story, and how she had becomo devout. They were discussing matrimony in tho abstract, and she ap peared so conversant with the law be tween man and wife that he asked lier how bhe knew it. "How did I como to know the law?" said she. "Well, because you seo I was brought up behind tho bcenes born in the property room of a provin cial theater, and educated to emerge gracefully from pantomimo pies or gigantic rosebuds as a diminutive fairy. With this refined birth and training I learned many things not generally imparted to children. At any rate, vory early 1 knew that n man could legally chastise his wife, s...

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. — 21 June 1894

tfPiHHHHI EfflRBIfcSr-y'V f -i . 9.VjfcwV ' - ' - " fS-jT '. K'V .--..- - .-- . - . X .i ' TV1 - "Ssi,S?ls&lkl3SPSssffiSSs Sw 4iffiaKSS3a.'5' 4rtSIBSMHSr'E5iES3K war HSillXlsafiamSiliBSKESSKa0SI9aaESiBmlSai HSMV'S- J 3HBK:SWIAre3K5',&5r'$f 3t5E3EffMEmff3q:Mai&riM&'l tiSreWii 5PA "- t . r Jhc (Stoconiuxr Juu THURSDAY. JUNE 21. 1834. JfOTIOE TO THE l'UUtilO. All contracts aiiU bills for advertising pay- Mo monllilj'. nuMners locals 10 cents por lino for first In sertion, and 5 cents per lino for onch subse quent Insertion. Tbk Cocomno Sos Is ploascd to contrlbuto In public matters, but nil notices of festivals, fairs, meetings of koclotlcs, suppers, outor Ulnmcnts and mention ot niarrlngcs, births nd deaths, beyond tho regular announce ment, will bo chaiged for at tesular rates. L00AL BREVITIES. lee cold milk (.bakes at Coffius. New siuing mllliuery at Ladies' Bazaar. 1st class creamery butter 2oc at Collins. ' Monday was I'10 windiest day of the reason. Frr'h berries ...

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. — 21 June 1894

wliSWiWiissty ! ,v,T 4 'm TWPBWBrr- a riflliY ft f , 1 .waSWSffcS-. ' '4 ",' 4 it1 4 J" j t .'t " M"4. i. .'... ' ,n tar - i fit ti vii :- & !' I J . ,j zw .&' '.- '& XT SURROUDED BY MYSTERY! A Great Mistake. JL Ment discovery Is that h sad ache, tartness, dullness, contoston of the wind, te , at due to derangement of tho nerve centers which supply ths brain with nerrs forc) that Indigestion, dyspopsla, neuralgia, wind to stomach, etc, arlso from the deranjo fcjent of ths nerve centers supplying those or rans'wlth nerve fluid or force. This Is likewise true Of many diseases of ths heart and lungs. The nsrrs system Is like a telograph system, as will b seen by the accompanying out. The little white lines are the nerves which convey the nerve force from the nerve centers to every part of the sdy, just as the steetrfccurrentls conveyed alonz tba telegraph wtree to every station, lanro or small. Ordinary physicians fall to regard this fact; Instead of treat ing the nerve cen...

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. — 28 June 1894

miW mmmama - M VOL. XI. FLAGSTP, AHIZONA, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1894. - unmBJsnTw. ( I J Jt.' . ti) t , . 'glxti&Qtonma frm. VI BUSHED EVERY THURSDAY Adicrtlslng rates on application. VKOrjRSSIOXAIj. nTHVMlT tc DOE. ATTOKNF.YS AT S Law Ofllco two doors west o( ttio Dank hotel. Flagstaff, Arliona. J-"v ATTORNEY AT LAW, Olilce i tho Itabbltt Ilulldlng, rinjrstatl. Arizona Practice before the Land Depart ment a specialty. HAllUY Z. ZCCK. ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, DISTMCT ATTOnhET Or COCOXIKO COtntTT, OIHco Iii Ilahhltt building. Will praetlco In t l the Courts o( tho Territory, DIt D.J BKANNEN. PHYSICIAN AND Surgeon, Flagstaff, Arlronsi. Will ro nonil promptly to all calls from any point on th Atlantic 1'aclHc Itnllroad. Office tnd time store opposite the depot. SEUKET SOUITIKS. roiNTAIN I.ODOE. NO. 15. K. OP P.. I ..n.na n r,liiiitn w nlrrlii tit 1inl ill IllVVt" VI VI 3 'Mum -nstij Iiifein in utLii nestle hall In lliibtiltt bullillnsr. AU vlslt lns brothers Invited to attend J. A. VAIL, 0. 0...

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. — 28 June 1894

.lAuE- . ' -ai.t ,' a v$ K s y 4, ;; a" i , 3 : ' l . &. I ! i "fuI ftthlH W.4: Et. i i nz f . i ;TIi,'?f! y: ifie L $ V uOiM .MWF JisnSW i.sMIF0 ifUV.? Sf i K-' 4.'. i"Jf w 11 E ry-ft .r isfo,!. m. F Iftw (Ktfcmnufl htu. C. M. Fcxstox. Honor.. THURSDAY. JUNK 28. 1894. Subscription rates, ono year.. . '$ " six month . . 2.00 " throo months . . . 1.C0 Advertising rfttcs Rlvon upon application Address alt communications and mako all remittances to O. M Kckstojj, Flagstaff. Arizona. Entered at the Flagstaff post office as second-class matter. THE WEATHER. Below Is RlTcn'the highest anfl lowest points registered by the thermometer In'Flasstaff during the month to this date: JUNE. Date, Maximum Mjninium 3 .. 4 - B ... I.'.. 11.. 12 . 13 . ..V TO. . IS.... y.n ... Mtu., ..'. ft) .'. .....,.; .,. :w ... .... ..:.Ti..: .. . ....... ., .s. ..Jit)... a; it..... n... 19..... 17.., . 13'..... 13 Si :i a 34 at si S3 .. ,.71 . ,.:., .?i. :79.. ,.rs., .78.. .so.. .72 . .:p . .ts . .is . .73.. ...

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. — 28 June 1894

.''fcsiWWEr. VK. -ri" ssara- -- ! MARSHALL FIELD. Known as tho greatest merchant Id the world and founder of the Tlcld Columbian Museum it Chicajo. He was born In Massachusetts nfty-nlno years ago. When twenty-one ho came to C MiaKo and ongaced In the dry goods business. His success was phenomenal, the business oi 1 Is house now amounting to 140,000,003 every yoar. At the closo of tho World's Fair ho contrib uted 11,000,000 toward the establishment of tho museum which now bears his name. IX DREARY PATAGONIA. A Wolsh Utopia on tho Banks of tho Ohubut. lt- Hardy Settlers Flntl Independence Their Sports and Pastimes The Most Unique Colony In tho World. Special Lettcr.1 By sending special representatives into foreign countries tho Outing Mag azine is doing1 much towards tho cduca t.nn of its readers. Mr. Frank G. Lenz, w hr i- making a trip around tho world on a bicycle, is now sending exceedlng lj interesting descriptions of his wheel ing experiences in China; while J. Perry W urden, i...

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. — 28 June 1894

MJ. -"tmzzmmz -b mjm& "iTTKMr iSnk & J mfi -r, V-V M B-7l 1 kV. !! .1 t?i I ire i ! yi' I- u tf?' 4 '-!! .ff a if r l s ii .rj 1 Ijc Gfcwcrniit giro PUBLISHED RVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Haiin'ky Van Diuiikn, ngcd Srt years, drank a nlnt of coal oil the other night, from tho effects of which he died tho next day. lie was ono of tho oldest bcttlers'ln Douglass county, 111. Tin: commissioner of labor is collect ing1 statistics upon tho cited of ma chinery on prices, labor and produc tion in different lines, which he hopes to utilize in recommending legislation. John K. XV u.kkh, a wheelman of Mo line, 111., died tho other morning from liemoirhages resulting from the rup ture of an artery in his stomach. Over exertion on tho bicycle was supposed to bo tho cause. Tin: house committee on military af fairs has agreed to favorably report a lull introduced by Representative Hen derson, of Iowa, to buy part of Shiloh Lattle ground...

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. — 28 June 1894

t if DROWNED. An Ovorloadod Excursion Boat Qooa Down Llko a Stono. TWLMY-FOUR ARE PROBABLY LOST. , ririturp l'nrty of Six Thrown Into tho It .iter by tho llo.it CiiV"lzlng and l'ltu Meet Watery Unites. i Yoiu;, Juno 23. The tug .Tames i , hoi. with sixty-three excursion , t, miUorw of ten or twelve, sank ,,t i nit 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon , , , oil" the Highlands. Fifty-four of t!i i-. mi honrtl havo been nccouutcd f,, i In- rest were probably drowned. IV tuif left Fifth street and East rw .it T-.SO in tho morning, touched iii in, r . Tast river, and then went on ti.t'u tishinjr grounds. Sho had, it is m a license to carry fifty passengers, 1 iii mU -three tickets were sold. There mi a bar and a lunch counter on I. i.inl. whose attendants, wltli the I I . w made the total number on board si'iit-tive. Tho tup reoched tho 1. miv- mi time, but the fishing was. poor ji.i.i ihe sea too rough for comfort and .i'.,mt noon she started back. lien about 3 miles cast of tho High lands and...

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. — 28 June 1894

.JjHS- .i jjajjfcwi, af . 4&&tah. 'tf'i A -S - fc"iMki4t. re i' r & n B'4l l1l I 'ft If1 ft - ft r .fti aw QP .3 Mfil LHro. Jonathan, Loauitur.i 'III rmaphlllstlno. and wear my emotion Somewhat on my sleo o, anu bo- jWf..' tlon Profusely, no doubt. In a fashion bucollo, With scarce any choice 'twixl a light andn colic. Whenever that bannor up thero Is unfurled, TUo Uag of my country, tho bloom o' the world 1 It may bo "bad form,"or"provlnclal,"or "fly," To wake up tho doad on tho Fourth of July With cannons and firecrackers, trumpets and drums, Uut tho blood In my veins sort o' bubbles and hums Whcnovcr that banner up thoro Is unfurled. Tho lias of my country tho bloom o' tho world I Forbid not tho chlldron, tho girls and theboy3; Of such Is tho kingdom: go on with tho nolso I It's good to bo young and It's good to be horo On tho happiest day that comes In tho j car Tho day on which rroodom "Old Olory" un furled. The flag of my country, tho bloom o" the world! 3od bloss ...

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. — 28 June 1894

V '.- ... u .ibji. a xaaawagffl-BiMU . . . T tffifla' 1? ., -1 -.f3g v- -" .: ry ' - fit mma rimnmmmxsL-,,:.- V&HlNMtt ,tffcj ghcCoeouhiff Jfatt. THURSDAY. JUNE 28. 1894. yOTICK TO THE PUBLIC. K (antral ts snd bills for advertising1 pay- ' Rulino'local' I' nU Pr 1In0 for Brst ln' .rtion andSecut per line for each subsc Jufnt in'C'tlon. tbi cocomnoPd.n Is pleased to contribute nubile matters, but ull nottccsof fcstlrals, ,.L rocetlnsrs of societies, suppers, enter- "',(.( and mention of marriage, births nd dfath bejond tlio regular nnnounce- ,nt it 111 bo chai sed f or.at regular rates. LOOAL BKEVITIES. Sew spiiug millinery at Ladies' Bazas' j. j c.llson returned from u trip to Oregon this week. J, H. Hoskius, Jr., returned from LesAugelesjestcrday. A nice assoitiuent of cream candy in tcdaj at the News Depot. The snpiemo court will meet in Tuuott on tin 2nd of July. The Arizona Central Bank pays fair rates of interest m timo' deposits. ( O.bon returned from California where ho h...

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. — 28 June 1894

iLdKi.uaa.idk.. ,4- '.VJk" I;:' "V" ' '" L? ''' v '' '''v . ., ... V-i,?' ;'' -'" Sffi '" v W? I -t i: ism ' Pftj eil W ? t,Ji lx ':.$ PS 513 ha 1 A STRANGE CASE, How an Enemy was Foiled. The following graphic BtRtement will ho read nith ttitenselnterest: "1 cnnnotdescrlba Ihonumb.oreepysensKtlonuiatoxIstouInmy nrms, hands nml legs. IliaU tornli find beat Ihoso parts until they were fore. toovyrcomo In a mcasuro the dead fooling that had taken iiossesslon of them. In addition. I had Mrango weakness In my back and around my waist. tOROthcr with nn Indescribable 'Bono' feellnK In my stomach. Physicians aalrt It iras creeping paralysis, from which, accord InK to their universal conclusion, there Is no relief. Unco It fastons upon a person, they cay. It continues Its Insidious progress until It reaches a vital point in' the sufferer dies. Huch wis my prospect. I had beoii uoctorlnu n year and b half steadily, but with no par t Icular lioneflt, when I mw an advertisement of l)r Miles' Ke...

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. — 5 July 1894

4Vt '- t? $:' ri0 Vr-Vv hi rB r iJg&wk&P v 1 ?'. HfeeWi) $mt ff' fH . t - i4; ! ?y MiO . , J MFr t . FLAGSTAFF, ABIZONA', THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1894. NUMBER 43. VOL. XI. , ,1.5 4v-.k. Cucuninn (if fc J SpJC Ctaouiutf jpuu. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Advertising rates on application. VltOVESSlONAT... STEIfART tc DOE. ATTOUNEYS AT Law. Offleo two doors vest of thu BanK hotel, I'laftstafT, Arliona. Ej8.CLABIC. ATT0BSKy AT lAW, Omeo In tho llabhltt IlulldlnK, riagstau, Arizona. Practice boforo tho Land Depart ment a specialty. Ft rl ATTOKNFA'-AT-LAW. 1UIY Z. J5UCK. DlRTIUCT ATTonstv or OOCOJUXO COUNTY. OlHco ill llabbltl bulldlnjr. Will practlco In all tho Courts of tlio Territory. TMI n.l. nilANNF.N. PHYSICIAN AND I J Surffiwn. Flagstaff. Arizona. Will re spond promptly to all r-nlls from any point on thw Atlantic & 1'arltlc Railroad. Office inq uniK sioru opposuu wiu ucyut. SECItKT HI (CITIES. ruitvTAiv T.nnoi' no. is. It. OF I' moi-ts uverv Wedmisdav night 111 their cast l hall...

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. — 5 July 1894

:;: -jgpjMtTMHnr-TrrlW lUM, j,, imim... .. - wMlMtfgyuW .... .. 4 ivw 5f! "$&$$?' ?? H ,"j? 1 s IV Al. l"i Ksrnv. Ijiiruli.- .. ." - . - --.-S-r-' ;$ THIKS1MY. JULY C, 1891. S'l)erIiitlon rates, one year . Mv.montlis . f ICO 2.W thrco months 1.00 AdvertMns rates slvcn upon application Address all comni'Jn'ciitloiia and mako all remittances to C. M I'c.vsio.v. Fla;stafr. Arizona. Entered at the rinsctatr post oiflco as second-class matter. TUB WKATHEK. Ilf low Is slven t lie lilflmt nnd low et points rtslMered ,liy tlio thermometer In rinjMa(T during 'tb9 month to this date: 4 X'Nfc. ruto. , - Jlaxlmtiin Mliiliuum. t, .. . I... in 1? i.i :-' u WAt.. ...... '..&(!..!d...,.4. .. m : ... i4i ta . u ... .'j 10 (0 . . 41) 12 JO M '.; jt.. ;?. 55 ..5 ;..Ts.!... '" ....y . ,U"1.V. .. ... . . . .a.. .. . . . "2 ... . .. H SI. . :j-v thi: i.Aiion Ti:oi Tii.i:. 'J'he jjrealtl "lio tiji" f inilroailf MhioU lias eer taken I'hico. (it'i'll! I eil timing the iiiis'. week. On TuumIiu uI l.i...

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. — 5 July 1894

i4 , rM p. : ;I ' ' 1 rTnTin: OTirT am I brotherhoods not hurt. I a tvttt? a f ir.w tm ivTTCOfvnnT I congressional. I MHHBmB .5- f . I- I fr -4 ? STRIKE STILL ON. Dob3 Says tho Strlko la Moro Pro3 poroua Than Ever. "REVIVALISTS" ARE SENT OUT. Weifcer, It Is Raid, In Clilcugo, Imt nm. Ins StrimRpr In tho West Workmen Advised tnKrrp Avvny from tho Stock Yards. Chicago, July 10. Tho American Ruihvuy union olllclals have deter mined to make a desperate struggle to regain for that order the prestige, it has lost in the great strike now rapid ly approaching n elose. Tho executive board of the union held a meeting yes terday morning, the object of which was to map out a course for the future. After a lengthy discussion it was de cided to send out "revivalists" to till important sections of tho wet. Six ngitators had been sent out Saturday, und It was decided to augment this number. "The names of those sent out Satur day will not bo given out," said I'rcsi dent Debs to a reporter, "for fear...

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. — 5 July 1894

. . :? &t $ C-' r HI l I ' V Rc, l-o nT3 u d b e h : 1 o " SEPARATED. Every one called Mr. ond Mrs. Spooner a loving1 couple; but the other day a woman camo between them and they did not speak for hours. USEFUL PUBLICATION. Xho Latest Rovisod Edition of tho Oongrossional Directory. Cnlunhlo Inrormntlnn Contained In One of tlio Hooks Issued I)- tho Cioicrn uicnt IiulUpciisablo to l.dlt- ors uml Librarian. Special 'Washington Letter A new edition of the Congressional Directory has. recently been issued un der tho direction of the joint committee an printing of tho house of representa tives of tho United States senate. This Is the third edition for tho Fifty-third congress and contains a great deal of raluablc as well as interesting infor mation. I'pon the fly leaf of the book, ad Joining the frontispiece, is a list of ex ecutive mansion rules, signed by Henry I,. Thurber, private secretary to tho president. Thcso rules are as follows: Tho cabinet will meet Tuesdays and rri Says at...

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. — 5 July 1894

f iiiiiiiiir--'-iBtwr - - ---a -: - - -' ,l, ipjiWiia''"ff,'w'v'' ,nWiiipi(. fi " .jmni4.iinMi-. ii n v&t'l , , p. ,rwv-' . y'M-:; I :4 i I 4 rUUIASIIED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county scat of Coco nino county. WHERE WE ALL HAVE BEEN. O, I know of a land where wo all hno been. Yet nc or may go again, Though we're women as bravo as overwore seen. Or tho biggest and strongest of men. In this wonderful land of which I sing Wo ne er know toll or care, l'or somo ono Mood ready to fetch and bring, And wo were tho rulers there. Though wo woro no crowns of gold or flowers, Wo were kings and queens by right. .Ami tho homage of loo was aluujs ours From our subject day and night. Our lojal robes were woven with caro, Our bods wero silken and soft, "We lltd In ea'.o and luxury there, And w o rodo In our carriages oft. "Whatever we did, tho lhelong day, Wo were watched by admiring ejes; And, wuateer wo said, or didn't say. We were thought to be wondrous wise. -And no matter how peevis...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 5 July 1894

i j . runusnKD every Thursday At Flagstaff tho county seat oi Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. On account of the labor troubles supplies of fresh meat hail been so cut off in Connecticut that tho people were bubsisting almost entirely on vegeta bles anil fish. The London Chronicle, commenting on the state of anarchy that reigned in Chicago on tho Ctli, said tho lesson of it all is that modern conditions de mand somo collective coutrol over tho gigantic capitalist combination. I.ouis &'choi;f, signing himself "The Pon of the rather of Time," is tho latest aspirant for the mantle of Moth er Shipton. Recently ho handed to Mayor Wnlbrulge, of St. Louis, u scroll, written in German, and filled with fantastic draw ings in which the end of tho world was prophesied July 4, 1895. Thk Louisville & Xashville road has determined to make war on the Amer ican Railway union, considering it a dangerous organization. An order has accordingly been issued requiring all members in the employ ...

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