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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 26 July 1894

" MttdWhftMiMSffiMHMMNMilMHMMWi! dfaiyniM "wfrwWfrMMlBP ' J'P11"' "f v - . " - tj ' -. - '", ' V1' ir ---! i'"' "' " i t'1 ' " ' lli f i it ' v 5 i :' , ! . n ifer V1 Pi Hf'1 , '. - - f jS s. TABLE DECORATIONS JF ' sX W FRANKLIN Komlncoof tho democratto party of Illinois fur United States senator. Ho Is one of th rrlcheat merchants of Chicago and a solf-mado man in orcry .espaet. Ho wax born on n farm In "Chester countv. Pa.; Graduated from Valo In 1802 and lator from Columbia law schools omo to Chicago In 18SJ where he engaged In the wholesale grocery business. For many years he was a "republican, but a tew years ago Joined tho democratic rauks. LIko his more famous broths r Wayne MaoVeagh, he is ansnthuslastlo adoolo of fiee-trade doctrines. TEE TARIFF DEBATE. Senators Who Led tho Opposing Forces In tho Contest. Vhy Voorhces rinccd, tho Democratic) Forces Under tho Command of Harris, Jones ami Vest leaders on the Protection Sldo. Special Washington Letter. Although tho subject of ...

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. — 26 July 1894

-. - 91' rra J jUf 'ipsp ymiFw"&l'!lifi V r PpJyvwBv ' y?,ws7wl?'' tFWwvW--- ra s t $? I" 1 .-! PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the county scat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. An earthquake shoclc split tho earth cpen at Little Chute, Wis., iccently, ior several hundred feet. William Ai.i.kn, of Norristown, I'a., drank a quart of whisky at three gulps the other day and put his family to tho expense of a funeral. Amoxo tho petitions placed before tho New York constitutional conven tion was one signed by 75,000 w orkinj,' ?nen for an anti-conspiracy law. R. W. Reix, of Frccport, la., an engi neer on tho Illinois Central, saw a lit tle girl on tho track at Council Hill, 111., a few evening's ago. After revers ing the cnglno ho rushed out upon tho pilot, seized tho child in his arras, and aed her. Tho passengers presented u purse to him. Tiik bill introduced by Senator Mar tin to furnish ull tho soldiers' homes of tho country with the Congressional Uecord and copies of t...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 26 July 1894

IIWIHIWPI'HH Uli t&; ; 'vr V J " flf" ",'? "3a- f " ?i " w: i ) t . ? J . j. ii BREWER TALKS. Tho Suprome Court Juotico Qivos Hio Opinion on Passing Bvonta. HIE CAUSE OF THE PANIC OF 1893. Ilio Htrlko at Clitrneo May Mnko T-abor Orfrtmlziitlo'is htroncor Tlio l'oncr of tho l'cilcrnl Court KljrhtU Circuit iluilso. Tor-KKA, Kan., July 23.Mr. Justlco llrewcr, of tho United States supremo court, who is visiting his daughter in Topcka, fetated in an interview last night that in his opinion the present tariff bill would not pass. Tho failure to pass the bill, Justlco lire wer thought, would mean that nothing would be done with tho tariff: during tho present administration. Speaking of tho causes which led up to the panic of lS9o, Justlco llrewcr cald: Business had been done on a speculative Vxls for somo time, and I think that In tho at tendant liquidation thero would hae been Unanclal trouble anyhow. Hov.ccr. tho tariff question and thoMUcr nsltatlon had their ef fects upon tho count...

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. — 26 July 1894

v '-.irn.!., - -- - ' III " i i III U4m ii l I i l y iaKww -"sbbwi - "M - hSkw - -" fP "wr -' "V ' ' w t jaws! . jwwwi 1 i if V , N 1 6 s jSPf SENATE SCENE. Tariff tho Subjoot of a Lively De bato in tho Sonato. Sir. Hill Makes n ltctimrkablo Defense of tho President's Letter on the Tariff lllll-Mr. Vest's Krply. In tho United States senate on July 20, tho question ot tho disagreement of tho conference committeo on tho tariff bill being under discussion, Senator Hill, of Now York, spoko with much feeling. Ho said: A theory ns well as a condition now con fronts us. Tho thoory of tho democratlo rarty Is that In tho onactment of tariff leglsla tton frco raw materials should be an ossontlnl and conspicuous clement. It Is our creed that tho materials which enter Into our manufact ures should bo freed from tho burden ot tariff taxation. Tho best Interests of tho ininu facturcrsas well as tho consumors of tho land demand tho recognition ot this wise discrim ination Wo are committed to this ...

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. — 26 July 1894

& "' H J To, I V & k f -1 '"t ; .... tt , W I I . I HtUEW give (ftorjcmunff Jfow. THURSDAY. JULY 26. 1894. XOTIOK XO TIIK 1'UllLIO. AH contracts and bllU for advertising pay able monthly. Iluslnes locals 10 cents per lino for first In sertion, iiml 5 cents per lino for each subse quent Insertion. Tub Coconino Sun Is ple.ii.eil to contribute In public matters, but nil notlcesof festivals, fairs, meetings of societies, buppcrs. cntor tnlnmcutsnml mention of marriages, births uml deaths, beyond the regular announce ment, will bo dialled for at rcKuluriatos. LOCAL BREVITIES, ,C. A. Hush spout jestcrday iu Wil liams. John L. l)ais, of Williams. was iu town Friday. llutter ami eggs eonslnntly on ke at Collin Hi-others. Dr. V. M. Johustou of Williams, was iu town Saturday. Coiiies of the Coconino Sun can bu hail at tho News Depot. C. K. Boyco, of Williams, was visit ing the comity seat Tuesday. A. 15. Kilgoro, of Williams, spout several days hero duriug the week. The Arizona Centra...

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. — 26 July 1894

Tr$t. frig 35bjaaBK- mur r jjmi!ii - V -...,' v. ... . .. ,. ...- .. -" t - tl-1 Li iI'TEBLTlHffliaTii 6,'3'r 4 sM ,;Wlpft v rj,ip"'1 yiwi,',,''iH'w''M'BM''' 0 " . , -. . --iTrT!?T?rTTMT!TrTzPS MYSTERIES! The Nervous System the Seat of Life and Mind. Recent Wonderful Discoveries. No mystery has over compared with that of human llfo. It has been the leading subject of professional research and study In all ages Uut notwithstanding this fact It Is not gener ally Known that tlio seat of llfo Is loca ted In the un- rjcrtmrtof tho 1 spinal cord, I near tho bnso I of thobroln, ana so sensi tive Is this portion of tho nct ous sys tem that oven tho prick of a necdlo will cause instant death. Hoecnt discoveries havo demonstrated that all thoorzans of tho body nro under tho con trol of tho norvo contors, located In or near tho basoof tho brain, unit that when tlieso nro deranged tho organs which they supply with none fluid nro also doranccd. when i n is ro- membered that a sorlous Injury to t...

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. — 2 August 1894

t y j? - , rff t . w1 ' i. -; . " aw,.ssaiatMwi AsstefaiR .j i&si frgpr .T-r lit , n'V V -,; )t Coconino Hfetftli) nn. ,:l m m t "V -." tl-4? .$ vol: FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1894. NUatBER 47. IUBmik!BMiiiiir ; i'WWpwrJSSWM1 'fWOTiB Mi UngWiiJl iiitliXiULiiMBiia JJi: V"i wrpmflftlMn ii"-ii pwifPf .: -a?-:-i. ;siiw?r5 -- -Sg- :' Mra?- fli - Jfe Jm IE?" W.. I! V' ; t?; ; a ir ; !, 1 glue (Coconino jliw. rUDLISIIED EVERY THURSDAY Advertising rates on application. VKOFESSIOXAXi. STEWAKT & IlOK. ATTOKNKYS AT Law. OITlco two iloors vent of tho Bank liotel, ringbtafT, Ailzonu. ES. CLAHK. ATTOKKEY AT LAW, Office In tho Tlaubltt Building. FjRgstafl, Arizona. Practice before the Land Depart ment a specialty. HAKKY 7.. ZUOK. ATTORNE Y-AT-I, A W HlbTlllCT ATTOHNI.Y Or COCONINO COUNTY. Offlco In Ilubbltt building. Will practice In all tho Courts of tho Territory. u H.D.J. IIBANNEN, IM1YS1UIAN AND Siincvon. KlnirstnfT. Arizona. Will ro t-pond promptly to all calls from any ...

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. — 2 August 1894

-w . iy.,t V,,,i. .. Mijni !!.. "H,..'jl f I''"'" - jp WW-' i -.... spy r. 0U, f v iiiifr -' jSiSfiT it" !-"! finiiiniiV " x - '- --s-'U-fel , W ,W ffrT ife - rr mnsiBittitfK- .-5$5jFn'- Wf 1 3KhcocouinorJ)un. C. M. Vl'ShTOX, Kdiioii. THURSDAY. AUGUST 2. 18!) I. Subscription rates, one ymr I-W) " hlx months 2.W) " tlirt'o months . 1.00 AdroitlbliiK ratvs Riven niion uiiiilicaUun Aildrvss all 0011111111111011110111 anil mako nil remittances to C. M Tunston, l'liitKir. Arizona. . I Entered ut tlio riasstnll ioil olllco nssicc- t I oml-cluss mutter. the wkatiikh. Below li Riven tho highest and low est points " n-Blbtetcd hy tho thermometer In riHSstnlT ,$& during the month to this ditto: Jl'I.Y. Date. MaNlmtiin Minimum. I-,.., , W 51 a t-8 51 H B'.l : 4 Kl 5.1 r. m 51 II HI 7 83 Kl iS SI 51 II.. , HI M 10 ,....hT 51 ii : 5:1 12 ....Nl 52 1.1 K5 51 II . HI Wl 15.J fl 63 , Hi X2 51 i 17 SI 55 IK K2 47 i in m 4o . ? -JO K! 50 21 (0 61 j 22.', Kl 61 ' SI Kl 41 21 HI 53 j 25 Kl Kl I 20 ...

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. — 2 August 1894

is & . I'W tf fc I 1 IK v i HK m 1 S3& -. IN PASSING. I paved street lined with accouiat. now pai rp pbptpnsfs. an PPin riN thf taripf. - " ' . . .... - yf3P' .. . ...,- v i.v.n dry, but containing a few Lombardy .. 4 M a .,tl 'Vll f i. illlC: .'M ' Through balls whose carved panels hold A host of cherubim, Up stairways wldo I wandered on Through curtained alcovos dim! . And ever as my footsteps came lly alcove, hall and stair. -A myriad mirrors started up And caught my shadow there. Sometlmos my profile paled and sank A smtlo upon my lips; Sometimes a blur my features were, Swift darkening to eclipse; .But following as f beso figures fled Faint ghosts of grayish gleams J walked beside, as one who walks Companioned In his dreams. Oh! winding years that round my path Like mirrors flash and pass, Once, ninny, do you hold for me The wraith within tho glass; ."Somo night or day, some star or sun (As what should say: "Beware!") .Hovoals In your dead seasons' flight My shadow pass...

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. — 2 August 1894

"fiBBWW1 rssW --- ii fftf giflifri UllllTlJfmfcmHII illJltfi ftirh iiti .a If nr '-fTj-l- " '" ' s -a i -i n? ..--. . -j-1-... . . ,,'., " - fe r MMMpMlgpglM ! .1 Ijc ocontttjcr gun rUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Co."oi;kssmax Souo, of Ohio, employs 3,000 men. IIo has never reduced the wages of his men and has never known n fctrike. Miss. Elizabeth Jkiivis, of Ainlty villc, Ij. I., hns just celebrated her hun dredth birthday, assisted by her eight children, tvienty-two grand children, forty-threo great grand children and three of the next generation. Tiik government has finally decided not to accept HerrDowo's so-called bul-Jct-proof cuirass for uso in the German army. At a recent trial of its efficacy at Spandau the cuirass was pierct d by bullets from a regulation rillc at 600 meters. Tiik French radical and monarchlal papers, in their comments on the pos tage of tho anti-anarchist bill by the chamber of deputies, concur...

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. — 2 August 1894

Mk3b Jfe&fe&ld I 1 I im HOMELESS. j rorost Firos Dostroy tho Village) of Phillips, Wl3. jlM PERSONS LOSE THEIR LIVES. ,.,.,!,, .,1 if I'cnplo Fled to tlio t.nko to ,YMliHit! by Tiro Tlio Northern r.irt of Wisconsin u hca of Flrtiue. m . i urn, July 30. A special to nsin from Phillips, Yis., says: tb. Th hi" at i a" I 0' A' odi tn i nmsaim poopio ii.ivo ueuu inuuu -.. there bv tho forest fires. Not ir is left standing in tho town, n rty valued at between 81,500, 1 ik)0,000 lias been swept away. fsterday the names surrourul killajc. Hundreds of men bat- 'U the fire, but without suc I 'ic pine forests wero as dry as . nt, anl tho flames leaped ive to tree with such rapidity air seemed on fire. The bak 1 sent up a pas that ignited and n. isphcre seemed to blaze. When fr iu tli.i " in - ' tin' .r i t'i hit li .ii u-lied tho eity it swept from House, and in an hour had , 1 the entire village in flames. L,.li' ili'd to Midway where trains st in. ng and they wero hastily Th. t w l'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. — 2 August 1894

wftmn mm 'tfgsp - " -f-c MAMnHMtakia . iWMahl0M .om)imii m m u jjVwMwyw jwujijtuiiw 4 " WOMAN AND HOME FIRST YANKEE BONNET. Mado by Miss Hotsoy Metcair, of rrovl lilonco, II. I. At First Her Work Vu A9ullcd from tho I'ulplt and by tlio l'ross Frcuehors Supposed It to He an Indention of Satan Until some years after tho revolu tionary war all tho straw bonnos sold In this country wcro Imported from England. Even thoso patriotic daugh ters of the revolution who refused to drink tho taxed tea went on buying and wearing tho imported bonnets until a young American girl mado ono for hcrsolf. and thus set the fashion of independence for others. It was in 1703 that little Botsey Mctcalf, of Providence, It. I., saw an English Dunstablo straw bonnet in tho window rum American straw bonnet. of a milliner's shop in that city. Miss Botsey wished to buy it, but as that was out of tho question she determined to raako ono liko lt Jn her old age she used to relate tho many difllcultics sho encountere...

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. — 2 August 1894

piafciMWHnn v mm MwnfmtvmiutojmMVi$' 1 j' I -j "'" H 'JL L- Site jocmriuxr jpmt. TIIUKSDAY, AUGUST iJ. 1891. NUT10K TO Till: VUlililU. All contracts and bills for adv crtlslng paj -able monthly. Iluslucv. locals 10 cents per lino for llrt.t In sertion, nnd 5 cents per lino for lath subse quent Insertion. liiKCocoMhoSUN Uplcaicd tocontrlbuto In public matters, but all notlcesof festivals, fairs, meetings of societies, suppers, cntei talninentt, and mention of marriages, blrtlis and deaths, beyond tlio regulai Qiinounio ment. will boilmigtd for at regular rates LOCAL BKEVITIES, Robt. Hull is hi Fieaeott this week. Battel ami eggs coustautlj on iee at CulVin Uiotheis. J. II. Zicglnfus, of Pliocui, was in town this week. Mis. J. L. Tieat of Challendci, was in tow i) Monday. Win. Hull was in fiom tlio Giauil Caujou I liis week. 1'i.ink Halt, of Oaklaml, Ual., was iu town this week. Clias. A. Gieen, of Piescutt, spent sovcial dajs hue this week. W. H. ui bugs mill L. W. Kobcits, of Wiuslo...

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. — 2 August 1894

SijJSJX. iiiv m"'?K vv s jryw.,f"i 1 & . .Jf . - - . - .? V L. , ' A " "Kfe1 i il 1" v&' The Iluman Electrical Forces! How They Control the Organs of the Bod. Tho electrical forco of tho human body, a tho nervo fluid may bo termed, U an 'espe cially attrnctlio department of science, nilt exerts so marked nn Influence- on tlio health ot tho orpins of tho body. Nurvo (orco li produced by tho brain and conveyed by inc'iniof tho nerves to the various organs of tho body, thussupplylng the, latter with the Mtaiity necessary 10 in suro their health. Tho pneumnijastrlc tierrc, as e bow n here, may bo said to tx) the most Important ot tho en tiro nervo sys tem, as it supplies the heart, , lung9, btomach, bonds, etc, with tho ncrt e forco necessary to Keep them a-tlio and healthy. Ai will bo seen by tho cut tho Ion? uei vo descending fro'n thn hao of tho bialn and terminating In tho bow els is tho pneumogastrlc, whllo tlio numerous lit tle branches supply the heart, limps and stom-l n...

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. — 9 August 1894

Coconino -. BSs- 4. VOL. XI. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1894. NUMBER 48. . 1 .vV V V !!T f lxi &Btvxtina J?xtu, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Advertising rates on application. VltOFltSSIONAL. CTKWAKT k I)QE, ATTOHNEYS AT J Law. Odlco two doors west of the Bank hotel. Flagstaff, Arizona. ES. CLARK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ofllco In tlio Babbitt ltulldliig, FlagstaB, Arizona. I'ractlco before the Land Depart ment a specialty. HARHY Z. ZUOK. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Disinter Attoiinby or coconino Coitnty. Onico In llubbltt building. Will practice In all the. Courts of the Territory. u K.I.J. HKANNEN. PHYSICIAN AND Surgeon. Flazstaff. Arizona. Will re spond promptly to all calls from any point on tlio Atlantic & Pacific Railroad. Ofllco nd drug store opposite tlio depot. SIX'ItKT SOCIT1ES. rOUNTAIN LODOE. NO 15. K. OF IV meets overv Wednesday nlcht In their castle hall In H.ibbltt building. All visit ing urotners invtteu to at tenet II. R. Davis., O.C, T. J. Ross. K of R S. f O. O. r.-I...

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. — 9 August 1894

.-VriWrt riiiMliMii1IWIiWiMIaMBW8ailMMfaMMip itijiftaiisKi pprpippi SBS&s'. -"K8t,rW -TOpJw. 7M.T1i,lWWfAlJ' '.V ' i;,'j iv,wj v yr'i "?' ' ' r - ' ' ?! 'V"',,,VTjj(rp .-Tfl, ..-v . r .;..-. .. 'ft, , " ", -" t , i"-'"1 -. wwwWiil(!BPHflflKP - pr f y .1 ; 1 J ' t 4 a .'v Itt Oteouiuxr frmx. C. M. FUNSTON, EDITOR. THURSDAY. AUGUST 9, 1894. Subscription rates, ono year i .14.00 " ' klx months 2.00 " " thrco months . . . 1.00 Advertising rates given upon application Address all communications and mako all remittances to 0. M 1'unston, Flagstaff, Arizona. Entered at tlio Flagstaff post offico as second-class matter. T1IK WKATIIKK. Below Is given the highest and lowest points registered by the. thermometer In Flagstaff during the month to this date: AUGUST. Pate. Maximum .Minimum. IS W 78 79 49 52 60 51 50 .. . 51 . ... 40 48 6... ... 7... S... s .. ...w... . .77 . . 78 . ...TO .. Wool sales at liostun sluuo January 1, 1891, have been 73,096,335 poiiutls, against 73,591,000 ayearago....

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. — 9 August 1894

J- -V 1 5. V- , A i 'I 'i if I . t r if - il PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the couuty seat of Coco nino county. .AN IDYL OF THE OTHER HALF. Mebbo folks las lit' o' fun Livln'onFlf' Avroo, Ko long errands t bo run An' no woarln' uri! to do; Hut I guess troy couidn' pass Nowhcrcs near tho Jolly treat JMo an' Maralo Illley has Llvln' down on Cherry street. Merits In summer w'on It's hot We go up on Mamlo's root, 'Then old Smith who knows a lot Plays wot ho calls "Uprn Boot.". My I Ills old accorjla squeals When v o stand up two by two, An' wo has our Jigs and reels Llko tho folks at Sherry's do. Las' year mo an' Mamlo wont To tho country for o week; 'Twus tho Frosh Air Fund th.lt sent Us ' ay up to Perry's creok. Joodtimo? Why of course! You know Wo wus allwus boln' fed They got so much room they stow Only two folks In a bed. 'That's tho country. But fcr us, Wull, wo llko our Cherry street. An" there's lots o' places wuss Tho' ours ain't just allwus neat. "There's tho samo blue...

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. — 9 August 1894

!fTTCJ.sP' A u?Hr'"'"'" - "V mmm A 52raiM,K! , .? It" . L, - ; r iff- M w ww m ninnm. hdiiIi. mmst'm. umtt.m'Wm :N' ,W-k ww.br .! v " ! T Ji h- ? 1 rt,V .!. -5 -PUBLISHED EVEUY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. The experts lto are delving Into the family history of Cacsaro, the as-sassin of President Carnot, have- discovered that four of his relatives died in asylums ior lunatics Gex. Andrew Jackson's grave at tho Jlcrmitagc, IS miles from Xashville, Jenn., was reported disturbed by un known persons. A holo was dug at the head of tho grave, but tho culprits were frightened aw ay before they ac complished their object. The Clilno sugar factory, tho largost -factory and reiinery in tho United States, was started up on tho 3d at Chino, Cal. With this season's addi tion to tho plant, mado at a cost of S250.000, tho factory will uso 1,000 tons of beets per day and its dally output of refined sugar will bo 140 tons. The Spanish consul at Marseille...

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. — 9 August 1894

j.y. ft.- , i'1 4 fe- I' I V A WILD PANIC. In a Grand Stand Mad Bush. Causes a MANY PERSONS CUT A$D BRUISED. The Spectator Viewing Ilnwlmll flame When tlio Alurm Wim alien Unable to (Jet Through the fences SllevulU Iturncd. Chicaoo, Aug. C Tho discovery of flro iu tho grand stand at tho West Side ball park yesterday afternoon caused a wild panic among tho specta tors, in which several met serious in jury nnd a largo number of others were slightly cut and bruised in trying to make their exit. Tho Chicago and Cincinnati baseball clubs were battling with each other and 10,000 crowded into the grounds to witness the game. Every available seat in the grand stand ' nnd bleachers was occupied and a largo crowd of men and boys contented themselves at not finding seats in tak ing up their positions on tho ball field. The game had advanced to the seventh inning with tho Chicagos leading tho Red Stockings by seven runs, when a fire cry was heard from tho bleachers, nnd a thin veil of smoko was...

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. — 9 August 1894

pyy'1: : tWr MpiliyiKWgWPi'y'.yt.-- "MV W jypr j v i i 1 I 3 d -yaw. WOMAN AND HOME DABY'S LITTLE SHOES. A Tretty Way to Make Them the Mother' Constant Companions "Tho llttlo half-worn shoes, stubby and shabby and old." You have seen them on many a mother's tablo closa by where she is working1, whero she can look at them overy hour of tho day If pho wishes; sometimes her gazo seems to pass thorn, and you know then that tho small whlto feet that oneo filled thoso shoes have found flower-liucd paths over tho mountains In tho valley called "Peace." Thcro is such n pretty way to inako these shoes ono's constant companion, says a writer in tho Washington Star. Both those of tho baby that has gono nway and thoso of that wonderful first baby that gets all tho spoiling and tho benefit of all tho ignorance of young parents, who, of course, think that its liko novcr before was known. I caw recently a unlquo illustration of a young mother's devotion to the memory of her first born, whoso llttl...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
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