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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 25 October 1894

WOMAN AND HOMfi TO REMOVE STAINS. runts on tho Dost Methods of Taking Out Trult Juice Spots. As tho fruit season waxes It becomes burdensomo to keep dcllcnto drapery spotless. Who has not beheld with dismay one's favorlto damask hopeless lyit would seem discolored with peach, cherry and berry stain's? Somo suggestions culled from that best of teachers experience and that aro not generally known may bo oi assistance in, remedying tho mishap. In tho first placo do not wash tho linen beforo applying other remedies; to do so sets tho stain almost indelibly, and it then has to pass through all stages until timo and tho laundry leavo but a palo yellow reminder, which con summation docj not follow usually un til tho fabric is threadbare. For berry stains havo somo ono hold tho cloth so that it sags a littlo and pour absolutely boiling water through tho spot; rub well. If this falls, light n bit of sul phur and hold under tho wot spot a lighted match will answer; a sulphur ous gas usually d...

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. — 25 October 1894

J1! : , , - . MM Hi f.i IH. . , 1 R'H m ! fr, H . W . ijc Oteonhuv grot PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. A Chicago pirl has stnrtcil to ride nround tho world on tv bleyeloand earn S5,000 on the way. Syju'Atiiizkus with the Brazilian revolution were jubilant over recent victories In Kio Gmndo do Sul. A dispatch from Vienna saysJohnnn Strauss has received from ex-Khedive Ismail two giraffes asn jubilee present. Tnr.EK hundred men were, reported us being ntwork on the Panama canal, l)ut a feeling of general depression pre vailed. TnK Nawab of Itnmpur, an Indian potentate, has paid S250.000 to an Eng lish army surgeon who attended liiin for three months. The commissioner of Indian affairs has returned to Washington from a -tour of inspection in tho northwest. He concludes that the reservations are in good condition and that stoclc rais ing among the Indians should be en couraged by tho government. TnK first woman's golf tourname...

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. — 25 October 1894

T ; ."2Bmmmm!mam?mmaam x ffiSWNGTOK SEWS. 711!) jjow Army Regulations Noarly Rjady ior Distribution. j RULING REGARDING PENSIONS. ifril Trriiilnitliui of 'crlce 1.1 ml tod to One of 1 W.itt'H (Ion. llrooke'H Uo Mrt lie Ilcfors to tlm Debs MriUoiiml Industrialists. , viim. ion, Oct. 22. Tho now array jf i, .itions nro rapidly Hearing com pletion Three-fourths of tho entire work lias heen approved by Oen. Scho fceli Tho baliinco is likely to be paw 1 on by him within tho next two or three weeks. It remains then only to have fie entire work approved by the secretary of war. Tho advanced s.u0 ,f t,ie work makes It probable jt-,ft t e new volutno will bo ready for distribution before tho closo of tho year The new regulations aro regarded ns quite important as tho new tactics cm Irau the common law of the army; tasul on experience, orders of tho president and of tho war department, larts of congress, etc. It covers all questions of military discipline, rjnk and precedence, appoint ments a...

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. — 25 October 1894

A? $&. .:.tess&&M JJJBiTffl' 'TmiMiSi iiifcMrtrifri miliar 'frwftiMirf' riWMffrffi!Wlfffti:lm.i; in-, i ..iuaiiP'W. . .-JgP?MB. aBiMg.'BW.jiKaa'--.i2aaift ilMtej8SSMMKB3MHBHM? y$EBaSRk .jalt;'- - or AN EXPENSIVE LESSON. That la "What Thomas B. Roed Says tho Pooplo Havo Hod. The Malno Statesman Jlevlem the Work of tho Democracy lleforo a Vast Au dlencu of New Yorl.en ut Cooper Union. A near approach to pandemonium is said to liavo reigned nt Cooper union, Now York city, on Saturday evening1, October 18, whonox-Spoakor Thomas B. Heed appeared upon tho platform. It was a long timo before Mr. Reed could mako himself heard abovo tho up roar, during' which he was hailed as tho "next president," etc. When ho finally succeeded in subduing tho tu mult with which ho was greeted he made a lengthy address, in the course of which ho said: "It ts boiuuso I nm suro from outward and vlslblo signs, notably from tho olootlons In Vermont unil Maine, that men aro laying asldo their partisan...

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. — 25 October 1894

- .-J. Efv. i?!& gsggaasw Wffli? pit (jpOCOttiUXr JfrlU. TIll'KSDAY. OCTOBER. 26 1894. NOTICE TO TIIK PUBLIC. AH contracts and bills for advertising pay. He monthly. nuin,s locals 10 cents per line for 8rst In sertion, nnil J cents per line tor each subse ,uent insertion. Tiir Coconino Sun Is pleased to contribute lB public matteis, but all notlcea otfesttvals, Jalrt. meetlnKs of societies, suppers, enter tainments and mention of marriages, births ind death' beyond tho regular announce ment, will bo chaigcd for at rcguIarTates. TUB WKAT1IKK. Bf low I given the highest and lowest points ifgwered by tlio thermometer lu Flagstaff during the month to this dato: OCTOBER. pjte 1 t 3 h Maximum Minimum. ... .M IB . .( 2t 68 40 70 41 . . ..11 T8 a 17 41 78 -. 39 71 30 7t 41 72 40 70 ,. .... 38 I 10 II 11 11 II 15 IS i; ii :i 5 71 72 71 71 73 70 . ,.W . .. .09 ...68 i ...Cfl ,.. 39 34 34 39 '38 30 32 .. 34 31 30 32 30 31 .... .08... 70 .. L00AL BREVITIES. The supervisors aro in session th...

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. — 25 October 1894

L9I3 I awMimjjiJJt'-iiuwjmuiMiLJTHWw h 1 i$ ? 0 W 'V 1 W' M ft 4 n . 5 !S fe' .MYSTERIES 1 Tho Nervous System the Seat of Life and Mind. Recent Wonderful Discoveries. No mystery has ever compared with tlint of human llfo, It has been tlio lending subject of professional research nntl study In all ages Hut notwithstanding Ibis fact It Is not genor- nny Known that tho scat of llfo is loca tcdln tho up per part of tho eplnnl cord, no.i r tho baso of tholiraln, and so scnsl tho Is Ihla portion of the ncr ous sys tem that ev en tho prick of a ncculo will cnuo Instant death. Porent illscnyerles hnvo demonstrated that nlllluur.Mu-iot tho body nrouiidor tho con trol of tlio norvo centers, located In or near lio b.noor tlio br.iln, and tiiatwncnuirsouro dor.iuged tho organs which they supply with nerve lluldaro also dorunged. When It Is ro- iiiemboieiltliiit n serious luliiry to tiiOHpinai urv tc cinl uIIIc-uho paralysis of tho body below tlio Injured point, because tho ncrvu force .Is preve...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 1 November 1894

. T (Coconino llVckln mu VOL. XII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSD AY,f NOVEMBER 1, 1894. CTTHBEBTS. ,M c ITBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Ailiertlsltig rates on application. VH0KES9IONAI.,. PTIWAKT & 1K1K. ATTOUNEY8 AT S ,aw, Oflico two doors west of tho Bank hotel. KlaBstafT, Arizona. 1- S. CLARK, JM ATTORNEY AT LAW, Olilcc In Hie Rnbbltt Building, Flagstnd, Arliona l'ractlco before tho Land Depart ment a tpcclalty. HVRItY Z. ZUCK. , ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW Pivrmcr Attohnkv or Coconino Couktt. Oflico In llubbltt building. Will practice In .l the Courts of tho Territory. RICHARD E. SLOAN. ATTOnSBY AND COrnRELOtl AT LAW. oilleo over I'rescott National Bank, Pres ent t, Arizona. r DI! H.J. BRANNEN. PHYSICIAN AND SiirReon. Flagstaff, Arizona. Will re spond promptly to nil calls from any point on the Atlantic & Pacific Railroad. Oflico ind drug store opposlto the, depot SECltKT SOUITIKS. MOUNTAIN LODGE, NO. 15. K. OF P.. meets every Wednesday night Inthtlr ciistlo hall In Babbitt building. All visi...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 1 November 1894

..J Wjlkk; . 2A&k. j- - feub WHS T3 7V:W :f 0? wT- f r hi u ,1 f I'' , I I. Ii! h 'gixt Coconino j5mt. C. M. fuNSTOX, EDITOR. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1894. Subscription rates, one year W.00 ' " six months 2X0 " " thrco months 1.00 AclTcrtlslns rates given upon application Address nil communications and make all remittance to O. M Kunstok, Flagstaff, Arizona. Entered at tlio FlagMAtT post ofHco as ec- onu-ciass inoiirr. REPUBLICAN TICKET, territoriai ticket. For Delegate to Congress, N. O. MUItPIIY. For Joint Councilman, A. J. DOliAN. . COUNTY TICKET. For Councilman Hit. W. M. Johnston For Assemblyman E. r. Greenlaw For Probate Judge N. O. L-ayton For District Attorney John V. Itoss Tor SherllT KAt.ru II. OAMKnoN For Treasurer II Amir O. UtBnxN For Recorder C. A.lluon I'urSurwyur J.A. Lami-oiit For Boaid of SupovNurs i "". n"lijs l'lngstufr l'rcclnct. ForJustlcesof the Peace iSB ninSiu. - . . ... t W. S. DeC'loss For Constables t W. U. Hayless ItEl'UIILICAN lMVITOlLMS. Territorial....

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 1 November 1894

1 I TALKS TO SOUTHERNER. Gov. MoKinloy Warmly Received in Now Orleans. Practical Illustration of the Benefits of Protection Ilepuhllcan Doctrine am Turlll Truths' for the South 1'ucts About Sugar. One of tlio greatest political meet ing's ever nsscmbled In the state of Louisiana was held In New Orleans on the evening of Friday, October 20. in honor of Gov. McKlnloy, of Ohio, who traveled 1,000 miles to spend a few hours in the Crescent City and deliver the first and only speech by a'northern jepublican In this section of the south .suh'o tho Inauguration of President Ilajes in 1877. Gov. McKinley has had hut ono predecessor of national noto in this particular, tho late Senator Matt Carpenter, of Wisconsin. When the plnnters and sugar mann fncturers of Louisiana called upon the Hiio leader to defend their homo in- ustry ho responded with tho same dinp of duty that ho did to defend vvvool growers of Ohio, tho wage- i rkers in the fnctorlcs of every them city, and tho farmers of the Ti...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 1 November 1894

KSBrtSSSHl . H hi b if i 1 N PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. A cotton picking machine lias been Invented uml tested which will prob ably rovolutionizo cotton farming. Aftrh January 1, there will be no three days of grace in Now York after tho expiration of a noto. Tho legisla ture has abolished them. 9 Scott Skwaiuis, living G miles south cast of Laeon, 111., raised thirty acres of corn, which averaged 108 bushels to the acre. Ono ear weighed SH pounds and had 1,150 grains of corn on it. Aktku suffering for threo weeks with hiccoughs, which no medical skill could stop or alleviate, Dr. Lucicn Hubbard died at Dayton, O. He was 71 years old and a wealthy retired physician. I. Australian territory numbers of people wcro reported on tho rush for the gold fields of Coolgardie, In west ern Australia. Somo of tho finds made thero were said to be phenomenal, and in ono instance four cuts of rock yield 'cd 555 ounces of gold. Tiik w...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 1 November 1894

CHEAPER BREAD. A Crusado Inaugurated to Lower tho Prioo of tho Staple. BULLETIN OX THE COST OF BREAD. The Rrlcnlturnl Department to Intrstl- s lie tin- Cars ot Alleged Tcx l"oier on Vt lilcli C.ormany Prohibit tho Importation of Our Crtttlo. vsiiiNOTox, Oct. 20. Tn view of the cruvuio for cheaper bread inaugurated u, ,i number of cities, including Wash-,,-n where the price has been re el , i 1 from 5 to 4 cents per loaf, as a r i of the crusade, tho agricultural ,1 ,1.,1'ment has given out a bulletin on ' io cost of bread," taken from the , rt 'u nning report of 1'rof. W. O. At na'.ron the nutritive valu.cSf food. It S,1S " i, cf 10) pound of- flour will mike im : c pound ot bread, an average being i , i I- Flour, such as Is used by bakers, i i. - haeJ in tho eastern states at not c -4 i r barrel This would make tho cost , run pound ot bread about Hi rents. h n: i rent tor tho shortening and salt, v 'i is lertainly very liberal, the materials ' r ii poui.d ot bread would cost not mo...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 1 November 1894

t nflr-ntrt i i.-ir-T-ntsft , tefmMimsifnfcMl . K Bi t i N .HEED'S REPUBLICANISM. Chicago's Rousing Eocoptlon to tho Maine Statosman. -Convincing Argument on the Doctrine of Protection The Uemocrntlo Party iioundly Itoasted. Tho immense now armory of tho First rcgimont of I. N. G. of Chicago was flooded by a sea of humanity on tho evening of Saturday, October 31, to welcome ex-Speaker Thomas II. Reed, of Maine. Tho meeting was tho largest political gathering tho city has seen for two years, and tho greeting accorded tho distinguished republican statesman was of tho hair-raising, ear splitting order. When Mr. Reed could mako himself heard ho said: "Follow citizens. In this vast hall, with this great multitude I must ask tho forbearance or each individual citizen, It ho desires to hoar m o to-night. Tho nddross which I shall make to you vv HI bo n quiet, and If I am successful, a reasonable discourse, which will depend as much upon your patienco as upon my skllL Not even jour kind and...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 1 November 1894

hc (Btoamiiur Jnm. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 1, 1894. NOTIOK TO THE PUI1&IG. All contracts and bills for advertising pay able monthly. Business locals 10 cents per lino for first In ctrtlon, and Scents per lino for each subse quent Insertion. The Cocoxino Sun Is pleased to contribute In public mattcis, but all notices of festivals, fairs meetings of societies, suppers, enter tainments and mention of marriages, births and deaths, beyond the regular announce ment, will be chanted for at regular lates. TIHSeWKATIIKU. ftp low Is given the highest and lowest points registered by tho thermometer In Flagstaff during the month to this dato: OCTOBER. Date. 1 1 Maximum Minimum. 64 18 63 21 M 40 4 S a s t 10 . u i: u 14 15 ie 17 18 19 20 :t B . 33 .70 .74 . .76 . .77 , .78 . .71., .11. ...72.. ...70.. ...n., ...73 . ...71.. ...71.. ..70.. ..63.. ..CO. ..68.. ..66 . ..63 . "I 63 30 JS 70 31 M 73 34 27 60 31 V, 60 SO 29 88 .. 24 30 57 23 31 60 81 NOVEMBER. 1 02 23 L00AL BREVITIES. J. I. Morgan lia...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 1 November 1894

BnORK7ZS - x-jrmimti' i i i am .! ' f) ! N lV 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 boon tho leading subject ot professional research and study in nil orm. llut notwithstanding thl3 fact It is not gener ally Known that tlio seat ot llfo Is loca ted 111 iho up per part of the Bplual cord. near tho bnso of tho brain, niul so senal the la this portion ot the nervous sys tem that e en tho prick ot a nccdlo will cnuso Instant uentn. Becent discoveries hnvo domonst rated that nllthcorcans of tho body aro under tho con trol ot tho nurvo centers, loomed In or near t lio b ise ot tho brain, and that w hen these are der.in:cd tboorarfiis which they supply with nerve fluid arc aUo dcrntiKed. Wl It Is re membered t hat u sorlous Injury to tho spinal cord will c.uiso paralysis of tho body below tho Injured point, because tho nerve foreo Is prevented by tho Injury from reaching tho ptnuyml...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 8 November 1894

"&T&W ' , Hkdtli) VOL. XII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZOKA, THTJJDAY, ftOYEMBER 8, 1894. NUMBER 9. (Coconino J Wl 11 c dTocomucr Jim, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Xihorttslns rates on application. lMIOIWSSIOXAL. - TEW ART k flOE. ATTORNEYS AT Law. Office two doors west of the Bank hotel, nagstair, Arlrona. s T? S. CLARK, , ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office In tlio llalibltt Building, Flapstafl. Arifonit. Practice before tlio Land Depart ment a tpcclalty. t T TARRY Z. ZUCIv. 1 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW PiMTnicr ATronsKT or cocoxino County. I'lllCf In Ilabbltt building. "Will practlcoln a 1 the Courts of tbo Territory. 1 ion Rn e. slox. j ttoiiney .xn rottssnin at Law. Ot'ice over l'rescott National Hank, l'rcs. r'i Ailzoim. m I? 0 J. I1RANNEN. PHYSICIAN ANP Siinreon. I'lacstnlT. Arizona. Will rti- wl m-a.timtlv tn nil vill frnm ntiv nntnt ilm Atlantic .t Pnclflo Railroad. Office I ilrug store opposite tlio depot sucitET soumr.8. A TOfNTAIN LODGE. NO. IV K. Or P. M I meets e cry Wednesilny night In their r -He n...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 8 November 1894

-- " .&& Jtv. ftafe-faji i I w In- ; i; "i i 11 f,4 i( tf J? r v- &.i r4 ft ! 1 if!1. ? r,' R'f w $Iie (KojCMUUff Jnw. C. M. Funston, Editor. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 1891. lubicrlptlonratos.onoyear . W.CO " " six month . ... 2.00 " " t hi co months 1.00 Advertising rates Riven upon application Address all communications and make all remittance to 0. M Kcnston, Flagstaff, Arizona. Entered at tho FlagstafT post office as tec-ond-class ruattnr. 53223 r-rfiajfmST SS--StKaT gz&rxym oas?1 Hear no yell! VIP! VI 1'! ! YIP!!! COCONIXO tlitl lli'IM'lf )11itl(. Let's all shako liantU anil go to work njjain. 'I'm: iU'lllopoiS ought to Iju thankful tlii!'io alhe. Tin: ilcmoriutii' iill was too liittur a dote this oar. Tin: ili'iuufiuls ulll li:nu ihi turkey in tlieii tills Tli:tuk"i in". The (1 -iiiorr.itic imwipajuMw have a ohoii-o lot of ln poultiy for kiIp. The (Uinoorats slid down tho Hill in New York State, tlie great democratic fetrongliolil. Wilson is lloiirulenug in the sou...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 8 November 1894

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY "At Flagstaff tho county sent of Coco nino county. MWIl.it'Vi"' jjW ND what is the nnmo that you say all the fel lows call Miss Monica Aber cromble when they speak of her In that ex pansive local ity, 'behind her hack?'" asked James Winn, tho prac tical man, to his friend, Cyril Crolgh ton, tho dreamer. 'Tho Enchanted Princess." "Humph! Sufficiently Idiotic to be probable; but why?" "Why, for one thing, she Is so beau tiful and charming. For another, she lives in a palace with an ogre her fa ther, you know old 'Cent l'er Cent' Abcrcrombie, the banker. For a third, she is surrounded with pride and dis dain and indifference as if through a spell, and those of the boys who vow to rescue and hold the real sweetness within are speedily discomfited and re main in hopeless captivity." The two friends entered tho house and passed through the long drawing room to where a young girl was stand ing. Monica Abercrorabie could be gracious, too, for sho know that the oblig...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 8 November 1894

va :.; -'sXtiLiumm.-.. M IU V l N PUBLISHED EVERY TITJRSDAY At Flagstaff the county BOf.t of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. A wki.i. in Germany lias reached the depth of O.G0O feet. Tub incomo of the cznr of Russia is said to ho about 825,000 a day. It is said that Yalo mnno 320,000 at football Inst bcason, over and above hospital expenses. A. J. Holmes, a few years ago one of San Francisco's millionaires, died re cently at the almshouse there and nar rowly escaped burial in tlio potters' Held. Tiik Thanksgiving proclamation is sued by Gov. Pennoycr, of Oregon, is the briefest on record. It contains only twenty-six words, and fourteen of these are a verso taken from the lliblc. Five of the leaders of the Sanctified Iwnd, a religious sect on Chincotcague island, Vn., liavo been indicted for con spiracy in separating wives from their husbands and for being a public nuisance. Ciiaklgs Davis, a barber at Silver Cliff, Col., wounded Conrad Hineman, a young man who was running through...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 8 November 1894

ts, agjn.fc.ji!. sunpms&" &l.. gsm, JMMS!22W3E&&&m& ssmwm a-- ... .- A NOBLE FIGHT. .n Emlnont Southorn Lawyer's Long Coafllot with Diso nao. ynentT-FIro Yeara of Prosperity, Ailrcr. Ity nnl SufTerlnj:. Tho Grout Vic tory Won by Science Ovor Stubborn Disease. Fromthe Atlanta. Oa., Conttitutton. Furcmoxt amouir, tho best known lawyers m! farmers of North Carolina stands Col. Isaji A. Supg, of Greenville, I'ltt Co.v a man who has been on tho edge of eternity anil whoso lifo had been measured by mIn UU" it has been twenty-two years alnco I be came a resident of this town," said Col. Pup:. ln telling his story to n reporter, even then tho first symptoms of Gravel were asserting themselves but woro slight. Gradually, however, my disease dovclopod, and light It as I would It seemed to gain a stronger foothold day by day until my mis er was complete For sixteen years I neer knew what It was to bo free from pain, not In as an ordinary man thinks of it. but agonlilng,...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 8 November 1894

maaoisfeamKL BBnanBHH ir a:,.30-mjSmti&-!,: I ( V K i: i.i 1 v la si' V' , f? i v THE CZAR IS DEAD. Aloxandor III. bassos Poaoofully Away at Livadla. Cast Scene nt the Death Hod of the Auto crat of All tho Russia A Brief bkctch of Ills Successor, Nicholas II. St. Pirrnnsnuno, Nov. 2. Tho angel of death in tho shadow of whoso pin ions tho autocrat of all tho Russians has bcon lying for many days yostcr day beckoned and tho soul of tho man who had in his hands tho lives and destinies of mil lions upon millions of men was borno away. Calmly and poaco f u lly as a peaceful babo ho, who by his slight- czar or russia. est word could havo plunged Eiiropo into a war, tho hor rors of which would defy description, fell into tho dreamless sleep which ho feared not. He, though tho head of -tho church whose members num ber over 70,000,000 persons, took .his last rites a fow days before death claimed him from all his greatness. At 2:15 o'clock yostcrday afternoon tho summons came, and n fow h...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
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