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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 20 September 1894

eri;c i&ocotiina tm . HUSHED EVERY THURSDAY U Flagstaff the county sent of Coco nino county. SEE," said the Jericho station mas ter, "that a train on the Denver road 1 1' I ' hi' I I P" ,ist been held up and tho safe , d of over three hundred thou i dollars. Wei1., these things to happen so long ns tho ,.-nt style of burglar-proof safes is ,i!non. Anj robber that has been ,r'. educated to the business can ,,p ii ,i s:ue liismu ui nun an nour, ami tun i o it without any dynamite or sm a violent ways. Noyv, a safo can to made that nobody can open except v h the proper combination, for I've f.,-, n sin u a safo myself. Saw it on thi- ver road, too, and it was buried ,.n i about fifty miles from here." i I at in the world was tho reason i Hint mg tho safe?" I ashed. lii'i.tiise you can't havo a funeral mtli'iiit burying tho corpse," replied 1 u -t..i' n master. "I've just about tun 1'iioujH to tell you tho story be t iv the Athensvillo express comes in, sit i'om and you shall hear a...

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. — 20 September 1894

a.dSAWajWaili asn.,-Au. iwP'Wl ,- 4 r - vaBi.Xi-iH itftvHfJLuttciAJi tfTCi' X , l if (ft L - . 1 if" . ' v-r f 5 'I i '. . & i ' ' Is 1 L ' J"- f$jC (ftjCtCOWtUJCr gtlttt PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the county sent of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. A Goi.n medal has been awarded to the California vvino exhibit at the Antwerp universal exposition. Among tho recent turf inventions is the pneumatic saddle, which promises to cut as great figure in running races as the pneumatic tire has in harness and bicyclo ovents. The Kcw York Constitutional con Tcntion has passed tho amendment re moving the statutory limit of 85,000 in notions for recovery of damages for in juries resulting in death. Skxatoh liiucs, of Ohio.declared that there was no truth in the Ohio story that ho proposed to resign if tho stato democratic convention should censure protection democratic senators. The Chicago board of education, at its meeting tho other night, voted to placo bath tubs in two of tho...

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. — 20 September 1894

TRAGIC SCENE. jinn Murdore a Handsome Wom an and Thon Kills Himself.1 , AX ATTEMPT TO WRECK A TRAIN. Tic 1'l.icert Upright on a Trestle Alone tho .lrl..m.iH ltlier on tho 31.. K, & T. A l'latform titles Wny lluwOier Crapa. roiiTi vsi, Ore., Sept. 17. J. W. ptaenolo, n civil engineer, shot anil S.itlfil Mrs. Mabel Colvin on tho htrcet TiMeril.iy afternoon, anil then blew ou Ids own brains. Mrs. Colvin was h ,1 iknijr along when Staengelo met her. IK- asked her to go walking with him, saw"? that ho wished to talk with )nr she declined to do so, but ho persisted, and took hold of her arm Mrs. Colvin said if ho did nut let her alono she would call on a gentleman who was across the street for help. Stncngele iminedi ntel drew u revolver from his pocket, ami liile holding her with his left hand tired with his right, tho bullet entering her forehead between tho Mis Sho fell to tho sidewalk and he again tired, tho bullet striking the prostrate woman in tho temple. Mdengele then turned 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. — 20 September 1894

w'SSP . ,TT itt dAjWB .jHhnyaff .'a!1 iaanWiti m f3- r4 .1 $ (irV 1 ft .1 ' ' i j1 ra. AAA. I Uif4A. SOflSffEmlv Ui IU. 1: MAIN ENTRANCE TO TH7 LYONS EXPOSITION. The Lyons Universal Exposition opened Its doors on tho 23th of April, but It required several weeks longer to completely HnlsU tho work and get the exhibits In sbaoo. Eorything has been In rcadlnots slnco the 1st ol June, however, find the visitor can now adtnlro tho exposition as a whole and In detail, Tho exposition Is organized In tho nnjntucont Tcta d Or Park, which has an aroa of 200 acres, nn 1 Is certainly ono of tho most beautiful of Its kind In Pranco. There Is nothing to bo compared, as a panorama, with the bcatlful lake of tho park, with Its Islands and the lartfe centenary trees th-u surround It. It Is In tho midst of (jrcoaswarda and of clu-np of trees of all species, whoso lcacs are green, purple or varlecatod, that lho structures at nd BRIBED WITH A PONY. now a Senator's Nephew Was Cured of a Bad Habit. .A Se...

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. — 20 September 1894

I Si 1 I JuYTsEn'EMBERgQ. 1804? SSM: to tiik ruiiuo. v PPntricts and bills for advertising pay. , fini'i'locals 10 cents per lino for first in ,0p, anil J cents per lino for each subse quent inwrui... . .vn Bns ! nleased to contribute THE lOvWi " . Mbllc inattcu. but all nollcesof festivals, ,L nicotines of societies suppers, cnter- inmcnli. anil mention of marriages, births d death', beyond the regular announce- merit will liecnaisrii iui o iu.... ... LOCAL BKEVITIES, Do uot furget Hio Kepublicati prima r r ou neTt Monday. J Hrannen returned Friday from a din to California. K. li- H.ijlcss returned fiomavisit to Ki'it-K: fepritiK-.. Ark., this week. The Aiioua Central Bank pays fair rates of interest uu timo deposits. Collin Bros, liave just received a very duo assortment of fresh cream can- llll'S. Clothing at very low prices uow is lourihauco to buy a suit while Bray is .i-llinjj out. Min X J. West has been appointed ( m.iitcr at Ash Forks vice M. XV. Seller i eigned. rorbnle. A ...

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. — 20 September 1894

"" s s was F? .3 6' ifA- C i'i -f I 8131 R t,! $?. w i a1! ' mm SURROUNDED BY MYSTERY! A Great Mistake. A recent discovery Is that headacha dlulncss, dullness, confusion of the mind, tc . are due to dorangoment of the nerve centers which supply tho brain with norve fotcei that indigestion, dyspepsia, neuralgia, wind In stomach, etc., arise from the derange ment of the nerve centers supplying these or nan? with nerve fluid or force. This Is likewise true of many discascof tho heart and lunss. Tho ncrvo system Isllke a telegraph system, as will be seen by the accompanying cut. me mue white lines are the nerves which convoy tho none-for.-e from t h o none centers to eery part of tho jwlv. lust as the. jicc'tlcciirrontts con. eyed uloni t h c tclesr.iph wires to o very station, lanro or small. Ordinary pliyah-lvi' fall to regard this fact; Instead of treat ing the urn o cen ters for tliacausi) of tlie disorders arising I herefrom they t run t tho p irt ii fTi-ctcd. Franklin Miles, M 1)....

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. — 27 September 1894

i 1 i : Vtt l)c (Coconino $tm. "&. L." VOL. XII. FLAGSTAFF, AUIZONA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1894. NUMBER 3. s. Wtmt) 'hc (omiiuv Jwu. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Advertising rates on application. VHOFESSIONAIj. STEWAKT k DOE, ATTOltNEYS AT l,i'i w, Ofllco two doors west of tlio Bank hotel, riagMalT, Arizona. ES. CI.ABK, ATTOUNEY AT LAW, Office. In tlio Rabbltt Building, FlagstaQ, Ailiona. Practice before tho Land Depart ment a specialty. T T ARKY Z. ZUCK. H ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Pistiiict Attoknet or cocokino County-. Office In llabbltt bulldliiR. Will practice In oil the Courts of tho Territory. RICHARD E. SLOAN. ATTOUNEY AND COUNSKLOU AT LAW. tulice orer Prescott National Dunk, l'res cott, rliona. I TY'M k n.J. bkannen. physician and ftt I J surgeon, riagsiau, Arizona. win rv- SDOIHI lirUIUUliy It' lt Uiilia iltnil Uiijr K,tiib en ilie Atlantic & l'aclllo Railroad. Ollieo Hid (Irii!! store opposlto tlio depot sKcmrr socitiks. MOfNTAlN LODOE. NO. IS. K. OF I.. meets every Wednesday...

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. — 27 September 1894

' MhlSflSfl :w m A" i i MjuLiuial!iimjjtiJtia:iUW '.l.iatu.i3u tiM.ii..ijwfmagareaHBrB I'heCocomncr Jnm l M. 1 UNS-IOS. ElUTOII. Thursday. m-:ptemhkr 27. 1894. Subscription rates, one year ... slv moiitlis " tluce iiioiiltis . J4.00 2(K) 1.00 rim wr.ATiiKi:. Heltiw l civ on tliclilgliot nml lowest points rrsNtviril liy llio tln'iinomo'iir In I'liijistuir during tlimiimitli lo IliKiliito: Si:i'TKMIli:i!. Date. 1 j 3 4 ... r .... r. 7 8 .... 1) .... 10 11 ... 12 ... II .. II . .. 15 .. lfi 17 .. . 1st ... 19 ... 29 . . l:ilmuiu :o . . ... ."... 77 .... 7 .... .. ..in '. 7il ... IS) ... CI .... tfl..t.. ;...'.. .. . .70 .... ... . 75 ...: :b.... 7J .... ......70 ... . ..II T.I 7(1 .... Mini lull 111. Ii '.0 M u iV II 'Ju ;w ii '.: 41 43 . ... ... 41 . . '...II .. 41 41 . 31 . I!.) 40 lElimrOKIAL MKIILICAS riCKET. Fur Di'U'sitt) U) Chiijjivss N. 0. MUM'UY. l'nr Joint CiiiiiK'ili'.ian, A. J. DOItAX. IMU'L'IIMCAN lM.ATrOIS.M. Tim Ki-imMli'sin parly of Ailona ifiilllriin l(i Idli-f In mill...

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. — 27 September 1894

FELL INTO A TRAP. Tho Dad Broak of "Would-Bo Train Robbers. A Ssntn Vo Kxpross Train Attacked That II AUf With Detectives Flight nnd Capture of llohltora They Wcro Farmers. KN'SA8 Citv, Mo., Sept. 18. Tho Col or.ulo ami Utah express on the Santa, IV railway, which arrived In Kansas lity from Chicago at 9 o'clock this morning, was held up by five men at 10 o'clock this morning n milo cast of liorin, Mo., 173 miles east of Kansas c'lty. Knginecr William Prescott, of Tort Madison, la., was shot in tho shoulder by one of tho bandits, but not dangerously wounded. Tho hold up was expected and Chiof Detective J. J. Kinney, of tho Santa Fe secret service nas on tho train with a squad of armed men. They opened flro on tho bandits, ,ra 1 after twenty minutes' delay tho ir'in proceeded, leaving Kinney and lni men in pursuit of tho bandits. UaiH this morning two of the ban ' -. a i re caught at Memphis, Mo. Their i, imc are Charles Abrams and Lincoln li rheld. Abrams is wounded in six p' and wi...

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. — 27 September 1894

jmm: it! m u waa :w iiv; SB. i. i , 31 if? i i ftf: i? ( PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county Beat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. A J.IVKI.Y war on gamblers was re cently being madeatCcj-sicann, Tex. The estimate of California's vintngo for this year is 15,000,000 to 20,000,000 gallons of wine. A siessagk was sent recently by sun flashes from Mount Uncompahgrc, in Colorado, to Mount Kllen, in Utah, a distance of ISIS miles. A Chicago paper bays thcro arc in that city at least f,000 places in tho man ufacturing district where worhingmen are in the habit of going for liquor. Tub corn crop of tho United States lias averaged for the pat nineteen rears l,C10,G2.ri,000 bushels. This year the yield is about 1, '.'00,000,000 bushels. The value of tho egg product of the United States is equal to one-third that of tho wheat crop, tho figures being ap pro.imatelyS100.000,000 and SJOO.OOO.OOO. It is stated that tho cities of New York owe 5171,000,000, tho towns S14, 000,000 a...

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. — 27 September 1894

TORNADO VICTIMS. eves Woro KMod and Many In- ! SO3' , . -CTTInrlci nOTn 1UEST DETAILS FROM THE REGION. rr ttio lioul riled Up at Kvcry Sta- Colli"' I no !'i rm tnently Crlpitleil w 111 MiUo a I "S I.lst UestS tuto hultorcra. v la Sept. 24. This has been .. ,n off for Kossuth county. ii u m i als wci e held yesterday , ill bo hold to-day ol tho t!ic tornado which passed .mi Trld.iy nijrht, Tho in- rt-ported as thirty-ono in tloii si VI pi ur I nu 1 il'" l'r I'ntton, a farmer living near 1 1 parted to bo missing, and , I to bo killed. I Lilly, of the Northern t,..l nurinal school, camo in from Carnir irul reports uiirn-ou urau in yim t n tow nhip, north of Garner; t,vclv, mr Mjnly.UlHnffton township, ,nJ s t . a north of liritt. Coftlns for the tit ' I iTC l,ilca UP at every station, ,ml t, . oi of the wildest grief aro bu mp en.n te 1 The storm as witnessed from this pa,o as one of Indescribable prandeur A funnel-shaped cloud of jnk blackness swept along to tho Eurtheist illuminated ...

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. — 27 September 1894

f 7?Sfc f- Jt ... affifoMM ji vii jtadaMNyHMMHMHMi . J..J -fc - -rTr ..w jtatffi : H si, X if j :if fW i , ii 1-te ' t . ;V kit Ml i, tr i Jf- 1 WOMAN AND HOME. "OH, MY TIRED BACK." Ton Can Strengthen It Ily Simple Homo Exorcise A Syatem Which la I'ar Moro Xtffectho Than tho Swallowing of Mcdl- cine i:vory Woman Hud Girl Should ' I'ractlco It. Tho, back lias twenty-six sepcrate liones, so strung togother that they liavo very littlo individual movement: Tiut what littlo thoy lmvo ought to bo carefully preserved, if wo would bo capable, graceful and easy. Children havo niuo moro separate bones; these become joined into two, to form tho solid back wall of tho pelvis that bony basin which holds our deli cate abdominal organs. Thcro would bo no muscular back aches if wo had kept childhood's move ment of tho back. There aro no superfluous muscles in tho human body, and booner or later tlioso which havo been deceased to de generacy will be called into action. Then, naturally, thoy will cit...

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. — 27 September 1894

N. SJUY.SEITEMBER27. 1894. "Ol'lOE TO Till! rUBLIO. mtracts and bills for advertising pay- Allcw .Me monthly. ily. ..i. in dnl nni HnA fnp fln t In rtion, mid 5 cents per lino for each aubse H,t insertion. .. -i-.iea nrms w t-n.a 'v ...v -w. .... - ... .VA Biw u ntAiid tn rnntrlhuto rubllc matters, but all notices of festivals, "!, meeting of societies, suppers, enter- ! hunenls and mention of marriages, births 1 dentin, beyond ttao regular announce- nt will bechaiged for at rogular rates. LOOAL BREVITIES. The candidates aro busy button- Il0linjj thn voter. Collin Bros, havo just received a bar ,e of "9 1 crop sorghum. Frank I). Willcy, of Ash Fork, lias birn appointed n notary public. The Atioua Central Bank pays fait hs of interest on time deposits. Collin Bros, have just received a very fine assortuiout of fresh cream caii dies. Foi Sale. A now upright Kimball piano. For terms aud pi ice, apply at the Ncns Depot. The rc-rcgistration is progressing favorably, about 700 names are n...

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. — 27 September 1894

3upaWfctas,JSi.a-- iass jf sak-"g- -&djL :ifrrf u-m m If; karat: av u-s BTJBaWJf vt It 1$ V l s 0. i w A STRANGE CASE. How an Enemy was Foiled. Tho following prnphlo statement will bo trail with intense interest: "I cannot decrlbo thonumh,crecpyaonsatlonthatt'xlstedlnmy nrm, hands nml Icrs. I liacl to rub and beat Hideo parts until thoy worn sore, to overcome) In a measure tho Ueail feeling that had taken iMiNscsslon of them. In ndtllllon. I had Mrango weakness In my hack and around my waist, together with an lndoscrlbablo 'Roiio fct-llng In my stomach, Physicians Bald It was creeping paralysis, from which, necord Instothcirunhersalroncluslon, thcro lino relief. Onco It fastens upon iv person, they say, It continues Its Insidious progress until It leaches a ltl point unit tho sultercr dies, fcucli was my prospect. I had been doctoring n j car and n half steadily, hut with no par ticular lieiiefit. when I saw an advertisement of Dr Miles' Kcstorat Ivo Ncrvlno. procured a lwttloan...

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. — 4 October 1894

'f SQkUl WUatiai 0 L'i War v A r&-"4&-i 8 vol. xir. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1894. NUMBER 4. IS KUf 'v EheCocouhur j&w. H HI IslIED EVERY THURSDAY .unit latcson application. l'1101'i:SSIONAl.. ,- nKT & 1HK. ATTOKNEYS AT S I otllro two doors west of tlio Hank t. ,, i u-'stsiir. Arizona. " ' ' AUK' ATTOnXEY AT LAW. , In tlio liabbltt Iiutldlng, riagstall, a l'rni'tlco bufuro tho Land Depart ,i sDPcIalty. II U!UYZZUCKATTOHNEy.AT.LAW in, r ATTOIINEY or COCONINO County. !ii' i hi liabhltt bulkllnoc. Will practice In it' ( ourts of tlio Territory. . Mil) E. SLOAN. nonr.Y and Cocsjsemmi at Law. Mir I'rt'SCott National llank, l'res Vi m J. DK I) ,T 1IRANNEN. PHYSICIAN AND surgeon. 1'liiRStatr, Arizona. Will ro ,n ml promptly to all calls from any point , id wiiintlc& 1'aclUc llallroad. Offlco i dil u? store opposite tlio depot SUCHET SOCITIES. MulNTAIN LODGE. NO. 13. K. OK P.. meets uvciy Wednesday night In their ' hull lit liuhhllt buildlnK. All visit- 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. — 4 October 1894

m r I , J ' i . ' ; X : : to i :.: (Tl ft fia?ip.5 : ?!' 1 I ' ;- rr ' . Sfr ara": .' 'ii . ' IJ9H L ( v ,0 . .. v,n.t, '.is ' I ; f -. ; ! ' 3.J S3! 11? . ! 'hc Coconino Mmt. C. M. Fixsiox. Editor. THURSDAY. OCIOHER 4. 1894. Sabscrlptlon rates, one year. . .... ' six months . " thrco months ,(4.00 2.00 1.00 THE WEATlItn. Below li rIv en thelilgliest and lowest points registered by tho thermometer In Flajstaft during the month to tills date: SEPTEMBER. BK nate. Maximum Minimum. H 1 TO BtS L- 't '' I n r M am 4 7tt t HI s 78 Hf o v Tii e Mj t i" b I s 111,. 3 B !i KC U Bg io if ,: Kg 11 i M 12 " m u " m - ? 3; 16 i 1' R 17 73 10 PL 11 TO Ml R$ 19 IT W hh 20 '.8 " $ 21 . BKw , 71 3! K'; r J 11 ma ::;.:: ::::...::: :.:.: ffVj 15 .... . TO 1" Kid sa O ::; 7, V 2 TS 3 Wt "0 .. . 50 ! 30 to an TERRITORIAL REPUBLICAN TI3KET. For Delegate to Congi-ON- X. O. MURPHY, of Maricopa. For Juiut (.'ouncdmau A. J. DOKAN", of Pinal. COCONINO GOT IIEITBUCAX TICKET. For Council Dit. W. M. JOHNSTON, Wil...

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. — 4 October 1894

REPUBLICAN DAY. Tho Opening of tho Campaign In Indiana. rx-l'reldent Harrison anil Gov. McKlnley Jink 1!Ihk1B Speeches Sins of the Democracy Lnld Open A Sugar Sensation. Tlio republican campaign was for mally opened at Indianapolis, Ind., on the 23th. I pon Gov. McKinloy, of Ohio, de rolled tho pleasant duty of malting tho declaration of war upon tho intrenched democracy of Hoosierdom, and ho dis charged it as courageously and defl antlj as ho was wont in other days to carry tho battlo into southern fields. The occasion was given added conse quence by tho prosenco of cx-Prcsi-dent Harrison, who, in a ten iulnuto speech of introduction, presented Ohios governor to tho thousands that packed Tomlinson hall to tho very n.ilN A larger crowd of enthusiasts lias never been seen that faced tho two famous lcadcrsof tho republican party. hurtly after noon ox-1'resident llar- rX-PRESIDEXT iiarhisox. rNon called on Gor. McKinloy at his hotel, and at 12:B0 a procession was f mned, which escorted...

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. — 4 October 1894

- lr.ijMgaaji J .AS gA .'. .! tx t ,h 1 v IP is H1 ' W t limn .' hit I w 1 . I of v4 ljc (&ocontw &mx rypusnED every Thursday At Flagstaff the county seat of Coco nino oounty. CURRENT COMMENT. It is estimated that there are fully G0,000 negroes in Oklahoma. Most of them are in Logan and Itlaino counties. The commissioners of Ai npahoe coun ty, Col., have decided to expend 530,000 in exterminating the Russian thistles ubout Denver. Ameiiicvx naval oillcers nro expect ing great things from their small-cali-l)cr magazine riile, which will soon be officially tested. It is believed that tho report of tho United States commission to investi gate tho Chicago strike will lay special stress on arbitration, and will offer a general scheme of arbitration for tho settlement of future difficulties. At tho democratic congressional headquarters at Washington it was lately stated that the campaign man agers would take very positivo steps with tho A. 1. A. question and intended to make war o...

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. — 4 October 1894

'mi Fiiiis1 CONGRESS Dcloffntco from Every Stato to Moot at Parkoraburg, W. Va. CARDINAL GIBBONS OX LABOR. The lliuln"11 Ciitlioilo l'renclies n Sermon ,,,,11,1. gucntUm Arbitration, Ho Thinks, tlie Moit 1'oteut Method The Oild Fellows Homo. Wuihixo. W. Va., Oct. 1. The IVtiu-r national congress, composed 0f iicUyates from every stnto In the n .'t appointed by tho governors, Will meet in l'arkersburg to-morrow Eml remain in Mission until Saturday cu'tunir tircat preparations aro bo jn.T m.ule by the citizens of ParUcrs lure fot tlio reception of the delegates aml the several hundred representative farmers from nil parts of the- country vhi have already begun to arrlvo. The address of wclcouio will be de livered by Gov. McCorklQ nnd among the many distinguished men who will deliver addresses is tho' secretary of agriculture, Mr. Morton, who is ex pected to arrive from Europe in time to participate in the proceedings. Six hundred delegates will bo in attend ance Thursday's session wil...

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. — 4 October 1894

j rwr ,, - &, & a tSv i.jgb w! y jf TO- A 't ml" ? ALLISON WANTED. Iowa Bopubllcans Name tho Sen ator for Prosldont. Tariff Speech bT the Ilawkaje Statesman, In Which Ho Arrlfriis tho Do- ' utoerncy for the Iluslm-M and Industrial Depression. Tlio republicans of Iowa have started in on their senatorial cam paign with considerable of a nourish. Thoy have not only started in on their senatorial campaign but they have also begun their presidential cam paign for lb90, inasmuch as they havo alreany named Sonator William II. Al lison as their candidate for tho office of chief cecutlvo in that year. At Ot tumw a, on tho evening of September 2.3, the republican forces assembled to bear Sonator Allison speak, and to tho largest audiouco ever congregated in -the city the senator spoke upon the -tariff and strongly arraigned tho dem ocracy for tho picsout dcpiessed state of business. Ho said: ' The republican party came Into power In 1801, and from thut time until tho 4th of March, 1SX...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
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