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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 29 November 1894

' Sl Mii. i-(r jTCt jssk. .ja Jtf,-ae;i'V!QiBBJlg8MiigTIWWt?WaBB t.- - WOMAN AND HOME. A WELCOME PRESENT. How to Matte a Collar mul CntT IJoi for lour Gentlemen Irlcudj. For any young man with rt taste for pretty personal belongings, a collar and cuff box, like tho ono illustrated in 1'ig. 1. would ranko a useful and orna mental gift. Tho round box has n padiU d lining of shell pink satin, fitted in tho usual manner, and in the center n standing .ubo, satin covered, over which the '.iffs nro dropped. Hut first tho ouvsldo is covered with palo gTccn Jiamolb smoothly applied nnd secured bv thia glue along the edges, aided by a few btltchcs hero and there. Tho sketch shows how tho bos is closoly bound around with two bando of satin HO. 1. C.OI.LAK AND CUFP BOX COM" TLKTE. nb'ia. of any harmonious shade, nnd how t'.io cover bound in tho same way with one band of ribbon ia attached to tho box by a short, looso strap of tho ribbon, the ends of which are fastened iud concealed beneath smar...

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. — 29 November 1894

tf 22ll. &xm'j& &$&m&xj& B k : t I A ,! M? ; . Ire (frvconinv gitn rUDIiTSIIED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Mr. and Mrs. Iha Ward, of New Haven, Vt., recently celebrated the beventy-seventh anniversary of their marriage. . 1'i.TKit Hess, aged 80, living 3 miles cast of Goshen, Ind., died of rabies re cently, resulting from the bite of a mad dog, initiated eighteen years ago. John S:oki,k8 patentee of the Sickles liand flro engine, died at his homo in Port Chester, K. Y., recently from par alysis. He was 70 years old. His en gines were used in almost every city in the United States. It was reported that Czar Nicholas, of Russia, in consultation with tho prand dukes, declared that it was his intention to abolish the secret police and tho state of hiege. Ho also favored freedom of tho pi ess. Anton Grkoou Ruhinbtkin, tho re nowned pianist and one of the threo preatest composers of this age, died very suddenly ...

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. — 29 November 1894

r.U!!fcWr". -e".aiBSBS.V sV MAIL MATTERS. postmnstor-Qonoral Blsaoll Sub mits His Annual Report. SOME OF HIS RECOMMENDATIONS. Tho lntiiitpr-(5cnerl Thinks free Do- lit cry In the lturul Districts Is Not Needed The Vustneis of the Sertlcc. Washington, Nor. 20. rostraastcr (lencrul W. S. llissoll lius submitted to tlie president his annual roport for tlio year ended Juno 30. Ho bricily out lines tho policy of the department ns follow: In general I would rocommond that tho first iind most Important thin;; to bo done Is to ro- iso tho law ns to second class matter so us to jiluco tho past olllco department upon a solf Mbtalnlng basis. Second -Avoid oxponslvo experiments llko the postal tolcgraph, rural tree delivery, eta, Third Dovolop tho postal scrvlco on oxtst ins lines ot administration, viz: Extend free dclUcry In cities that now enjoy It, nccord It to towns already entitled to It under tho law, quicken railroad transportlon. Fourth Kevlse and reclassify organization, of tho railwa...

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. — 29 November 1894

'A, jfcggWSfcffitffc-to - .M2& h,M X -.' lyTs a rii-ir y HANKS6IVIN6 feM IIANKSOIVINOl -V&& Thanksgiving! Of yore, In tho youth or tho nation, TYhon the harvest had yielded Its store Thcro was feast and oblation. Or when dancer had lifted Ita hand, From tho lips of tho living Thcro rang through tho longtb. of tho land A Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving! Our homo was a wilderness then With tho floods to enfold It; To-day with Its millions of men, We rejoice to behold It, Xrom tho sea to tho surgo of tho sea, Wo have all fora trcasuro; two aro blest In tho promlsod to-be In a manifold measure. 'War flaunts not a red pennon now, For tho ollvo is regal; XJko birds that aro twin, on ono bough Sit tho dove and tho caglo. ' Tho clash of tho conflict that clof t Wo In sorrow remember, '.But tho flro of tho great foud has left In the ash scarco an ember. Tor tho fruit of tho time of our toll; For whato'cr wo havo fought for; Wljether born of tho brain or tho soil bo tho meed we havo so...

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. — 29 November 1894

J'hc Gfroconiniy jihitt. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER. 29, 1894. M)TIUi: TO TIIK 1'UIIIiIO. All contracts and bills for advertising pay able monllily. liuslmvt locals 10 cents per lino for first tn teiiloii. ami li cents per lino tor each subse quent Insertion Tiik Cocosimj Sun Is pleased to contribute In public nuittois, but all not Ice of festivals, fairs, nicotines of societies, suppers, cntor t.niiineiits ml mention of marriages, births and deaths, beyond tho regular announce ment "111 bccliatged for at regular rates. TIIK WKATHUU. Below Is given the highest and lowest points regi-tored by tho thermometer In Fln.stiilf during tho month to this date: NOVEMBER. IXite Maximum , Minimum I K 2t 3 "0 23 a . t CO ?1 Bl 20 6J 23 03 21 TO : 20 i Tl 2d ! 64 29 10 03 30 11 6d 31 U . . 00 29 I! 63 -. 26 II 07 20 15 00 20 18 23 K 13 H 49 21 11 M 18 23 M 23 II M 21 :: s: 23 23 58 21 24 37 21 3 :...t9 20 M 00 28 ; 59 2; y 61 2D 29 . ...00 21 L00AL BREVITIES. The Country Editor's Shock. The editor sat In...

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. — 29 November 1894

.tuM&m38L : OTL.'i?a&ic JmaSKEaBSSBM, M -KaJefi JLz&L I B?- i , fHt MiP gafc (JOOD THMl'LAHS' CtH.UMX. I TKUKITOIUAI., XOTISS. KlIlllUllllllllllallMIIlM a A STRANGE CASE. How an Enemy was Foiled. Tho following graphics statement wltt foe read with intense Interest: "l cannot descrlbo t ho numb, creepy sonsatlon that existed In my arm-,, hands nnd lege. 1 hail to rub and beat thoto paits until t hoy wore sore, toovercoma lit u inensuro Hie dead feeling that had tnWn possession of them. In addition, 1 had a sti.mgo weaklier In my back and around my waist, together with an Indescrlbalilo 'gone' feeling In my stomach. Physicians t-ald t wascivoplng paralysis, iii which, accord Ins to t'lclrunlu-rsal conclusion, there Is no relief thico It fastens upon n pcion, they say.it continues Its Insidious progress until It reaches ft vital point mid tho BUlIerer dies. Such was my prospect. 1 had been doctoring a year and ii half steadily, but with no par ticular lienefit. when 1 saw a...

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. — 6 December 1894

-r-..v iMsajsijy ,-.: Afe, jaau : -teiir'i?w: -sv msvw s P mmxm WttUy nit VOL. XII. FLAGSTAFF, AltlZOXA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1894. NUMBER. 13. Pi W-(A iflrf ilhcCocuuincrJnm, rrm.isiiED every Thursday . iKIili rates on amplication. antic & Pacific R. R. he CHEAT MIDDLE HCUTE ACROSS the AMERICAN CONTINENT. In t'CtlM Willi tlio Hallways of tlio "SANTA FE ROUTE." t PEIiinlt FACILITIES, Iiiiciial Management. PiCTunEsquE 'Scsxeky, Excellent Accvovodations in orotlic Ancient Iwllnn Civilization of I iKiiiui.tir if rtnn. tliC'Cltyof tlioSky." i-.it tlio IVlrlllrd rirrl near Ourrlio. -i e and marvel at tlio freak of miyon lllHlllll Ynw tlio lonprst rnlHrr llrlilgo In i rlca across llio Colorado river, i t..m i''leintl the follouing polrfts of lh t. . t can easily bo readied: I he tlrniitl Huron nf llm Colni-mlo the -t -ubllnio of natures work on tlio earth. I he NHtimil llrlilce nf Arntiiim. mill Mn trruiim'H virll both wonders to beholder. Hie ruins of tlio pre-hlstorle Cvo ami Clin ...

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. — 6 December 1894

XMjJK 5!V.1 JMfc'i 1 ft n. aafcigyteeiaifcettWM!iitia '!he Coconino Juu. C. M. Fuxsrox, Editor. - THURSDAY. DECEMBER 6. 1891. Subscription rates, ono year Il.ttJ " six months . . 2.00 " three months . 1.00 ArtvprtlMna rfttcs Riven upon application Address all communication and make all remittance to 0. M 1-cj.ston, riagstalT. Arizona. Fntrrcdnt the Flagstaff post omen as sec- omi-ciass manor. Wake up or ilio! Tin: Mohave County Minor lias bios M)ii)uil out as it dully, and prcsuuta u vcr.v cri'illtablo appearace. Tiiet say tlit-iu lias been a good rain and plenty of moist uro all along tins line, ami thu ranger."' arc happy. The effort to organize a lire depart ment should not be a half-hearted one. R'jspond to the will of the town clerk and rally at Babbitt's hall -Saturday The "Gazette." advocates marrying oil fraetiotis Indians as a method of re forming them. Better death than that the poor Indians should meet Mich a terrible fate. Oxi: f the Sohmionvillu stage rob. beiH had his ...

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. — 6 December 1894

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county seat of Coco plno county. MY CHILDHOOD'S SUNDAY. My srcat-Krcat-ercat-Krcat-Brnndfather, - Whoso ho.rt through mine is beating, Jiellced -good Puritan! 'twas sin Of sins to stay from mooting. On each Lord's ilav they gathered twlcs, A patient congregation. And heard two long discourses through As food for inodltntlon. But oh w hat rest from Saturday, How brisk a btart for Monday Those grao old Pilgrim fathers had. With their old-fashioned Sunday 1 "Aanlshcddav,"youKay: and yet Fond memory's tears bedew It, For In my old Now England homo, A child, how well I know tt! It colored all my early thoughts, Ml Ufo was built upon It; I alnajs said '-my Sunday gown," My go-to-meotlng bonnet." Mere common, bustling workadays Wero Saturday and Monday; Hut oh my cry best belonged To that old-fashioned Sunday, Once moro tho great groon box-llko pow, Its high wall 'round me closes; I sit a nosegay on my breast Mow sweet the damask rosesl I oftly wa ...

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. — 6 December 1894

Mi .-ar ,Vr S AJB S -Sagtafcr. V? '- Aifccwwwi' ?r t, r M t$tye (jfrrocmftw gun PUBLISHED EVERY TgQRSPAY At Flagstaff the county seat of Coco nino oounty. CURRENT COMMENT. One of the latest uses to which paper has been turned Is the making of tele graph poles. Tiikrk Is talk of erecting a female ponitentinry at Joliet, 111. There are none In the. United States. A tanoeuoU8 counterfeit of the S3 ilvcr certificate of 1891 is now afloat. Its work is nearly perfect. Niaoaka county, N. Y., has adopted an automatic ballot machine, being the first county in the state to do so. The Indians are arranging to send lobbyists to Washington for the pur poso of opposing the dissolution of their tribal system. The Georgia militia wns reported on the point of disbanding on account of the falluro of the legislature to appro priate monoy for the expenses of the body. AirNF.UMATio typewriter has been in vented in England in which compressed air does tho work of the levers in other machines. A small Ind...

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. — 6 December 1894

MORTON'S REPORT. jhc Secretory ot Agriculture .Makes nil Aumml Keport. V 8iuxoTON, Nov. 30. Tho annual report of tho secretary of agriculture is particularly Interesting because of its references to current troubles with foreign governments ovor tho importa tion of American products. Ho reviews the subject of foreign markets and pives figures of agricultural experts, especially those of Great llritain. That country paid during tho year 1893, for American bread stuffs, provisions, cotton and tobacco, over 8324,000,000. including about 810,000,000 wortli of mineral oils with agricultural exports the United Kingdom took 54.31 per cent, of all exports of bread stuffs, provis ions, mineral oils, cotton and tobacco. Of dressed beof Great Britain took from us during tho first six months of the year 1894, SIO.000,000 worth. Aus tralasia is our chief competitor for the trade Mr. Morton deems it probablo the American farmer will find more advantage from tho shipment of dressed beef than from ...

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. — 6 December 1894

.ss&. M -&- -Jke H j-tki a-. : I; ' I f- I i ,' i N THE MESSAGE. Tho Prooidont Sonds a Communi cation to Congress. OUR RELATIONS WITH FOREIGNERS. .army Affairs Tlio Department of Justice Tho Postal Department Our Navy Tiie Department of tlio Interior Asricultur.il Matte Tho liunil Ii4iun TiioTar- HT-Iltc. JUossago to tho congress or tho UnltoJ Statos: Tho nsM'inb ago vrllhln tho n itlon's leglsln tlvo balls of thoso chargod with tho duty of ranking laws for tho bcnoflt of n generous anil lrco peoplo Impressively suggests tho exacting obligation and Inexorable responsibility in volved In their taslt. At tho threshold of such labor now to bo undertaken by tho congress of thoUuUol States anl In tho discharge of an cxecutlo duty enjoined by tho constitution. I submit this communication, containing a brlof statement of tho condition of our national af fairs and recommending such legislation as scorns to mo necessary and expedient. Our Foreign Rotations, Tho history of our recent ...

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. — 6 December 1894

& mL ::3eiiiMiJg ', Uhe(ocmiincr Jnw T.H'KSDAY. DECEMBER. 6, 1894. NOTIVi: TO THE I'UIIUO. l! contracts aud bills for advertising pny ' ii' n.onthly. I i.niiioss locals 10 cents per lino for first In .,'ition. nnrt Scents per lino for each subso ou nt Insertion TnB cocomno Pox Is pleased to contribute In public mallei s, but ull notices of festivals. f,ars. nicotlnps of societies, suppers, cntrr Liunieiitsiiiid mention of marriages, births, i ,i (iiatlix. beyond tlio regular nnnouncc , hi. will bocliaiKcd fornt regular rates. THE WEATHKK. flc low li given the highest nnd lowest points registered by tho thoniiomcter In Flagstaff du tu the month to this ditto: NOVEMI1EK. Pite. 80 ... Maximum 62 DECE.MltER. C3 ,S Vt m to 31 Minimum 29 IS Ifi IP 13 3D L00AL BREVITIES, E. S. Gosnoy was in Prcscott this Wi't'li. Mis. William Daze, of Winslow, is n Fl-igstnflf visitor. Mis. C. A. Greenlaw, of Ghallontlor, tv.is in town yesterday. The Arizona Central Bank pays fair rales of interest on ...

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. — 6 December 1894

.&, .i.; 'A .AdJam &-iBkL ! VUu te-K. ryy i II? w J frrraiew . .! cj.ili jt..uuumiJMWJJiJtehi The Human Electrical Forces! How They Control the Organs of the Body. Tho electrical force of the human body, m tho tiervo fluid may bo termed, li an cspo cluUynttractlvo department ot science, as It exerts so marked an influence on the health ot tho orisuns of tho body. Nurvo force i produced by tho brain anil conveyed by mem of tho nerves to the various organs or tho body, thussupplylngtho latter with tho vitality necessary V' sure their healt.i, Tho pneurunastiio nerve, ns sho .vn hero, may bo said to bo themou Important of lha entire nervo sys tem, us It supplies tho heart. ,lun3s, stomach, bowels, etc.. with tho ncrvo forco uoccssary to keep thoiu n-tlvo und hoaltliy. As will bo seen by tho cut tho Ions nervo dcscondlus from tho baso of tho brain and tprmliinthii In tho bow els Islhopnoitmogastrlc whllii tho numerous lit' tlo branches su-inly the ncari, mug ni.a siuur ncli with...

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. — 13 December 1894

i " Ulekit) VOL. XII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1894. NUMBER 34. w Coconino 'hc Coconiucr Jnw. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Adtcrthlng rates on application. Atlantic! Pacific R, R. he GREAT MIDDLE ROUTE ACROSS the AMERICAN CONTINENT. In coiiiiicUrn villi the Railways of the "SANTA FE ROUTE." Stfrr.itioK Facilities,' Liiieral Management. PlCTUnESQUK "SCESEUT, Excellent Accmomodations OWrve the Ancient Indian Civilization of Lugiinn. iirof Aroma, tlio "City of thoSWy." Visit tlic rrtrlllnl rrrt near Currlzo. Sep and marvel at the frcuk of Canyon UUllln. View tlie longest Cntllvrr Hrli's in America acros the Colorado river. I mm FUgoU'rrthe fo)lQtlng points of In terest ean'caslly be reached: The tfrnmt innjnn ol tho Cnlnrmtti tlio most sublime of natures work on the earth. The Natural ItrlilgeorArtznun. ntiil Alnn tpminiH'n Well both wonders to beholder. Thorulnsof the pru-hlstorlc Cavo mid Clin DiTriirni will Intercstyou. Tako a hunting trip lu,tlia Magnificent fort-Is o...

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. — 13 December 1894

i-fg: im-"lB N 1?heocomu0 Jwn. C. M. FCNSTOX. Euitou. THURSDAY. DECKMBER 13. 1891. Subscription rates, one year Mc months thrco month JI.CO 1.00 1.00 AdvcrtWns rates piven upon application AiWrcsull communication unci make nil ronilttftncen to C. M Tcksion. I'lagstatf. Arizona. Entered at the F)a3tafr post oinco sec-eml-clns matter. Untii: llif nioiifjlwjis. Lkt Hie mutiny eimilnti', lion begets limlni'ss liom. Stnjjca Santa Claus is coining, but tlio iii ilinitions tiro lio won't liavo Hindi of a' lniinn 'on liU back tbls yi-nr. Flagstaff slionlil buvo a night policeman. Tlio mui chants should urge this ns a matter of protection to their interests. The man that hoards money iu limes of business depression is guilty of crime, for in thu science of eco nomics it naturally follow.- tlmt tlio woes of the buffering poor are aug mented by this policy. Tin: Oasis, which recently moved from Benson to Nogales, seems to have caught on at tlio latter place. Editor liiid has moved three times ...

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. — 13 December 1894

,&,- -. ; A !! THE CURRENCY. jlr. Carllalo Submits a Now Bank ing Systom. -ht secretary of tho Trennury llaa n Plan Which lln llollee Will Relieve the 1 hunclnl Situation Its Out lines dlvou. w ih'oton, Deo. 5. Tho annual ri,p,,rt of tho secretary of tho treasury ,,n tho stato ' tM0 finances of tho na tion 's senl lo congress yesterday. Tho nu'.t important f caturo of Sir. Car lisle s report is his discussion of tlio suliji-it of currency reform, in tho i-oiirM- of which tho administration's ,,lans of a now systom of currency nro sot ,.rth in detail. 'I ho secretary rcvlows tho circum stam leading up to the first 850,000, ,1,10 insuo of bonds as a means of re-pUm-ling tho gold resorve, yielding ,,m i i 17, and Increasing tho f rco gold a the treasury to S1O7.440.8OJ. Tho lottist point reached by the reserve since tho redemption of specie pay ments was on tho 7th day of August, it when, by reason of withdrawals in the redemption of notes, It was re dined to SM,1S9,500. After that...

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. — 13 December 1894

m m JKR. J&:. I djlifffjffltl hJMKfMf7i'"f1t &&Kl&bMte&Bmm.-m& . 1HUiiJUimmmmn u&mwMiMimumxm. PTJBLISIIED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. It Is rumored that United States Senator Daniel, of Virginia, will enter the ministry. Hk.viu- Uandhs, formerly of ltoston, holr to 8150,000, lias been found near Chickasaw, L T., working as a cow boy. Paul Fieiuiackeu, a German boy of Guthrie, Olc, has invented n railroad tie, for which ho has been offered 8TO, 000 for tho invention. Ukiii.i.v has thirty thousand booked and registered criminals. Her budget of crime riruls that of l'aris and Now York savu in that of murder. A roULTHY establishment costing over $3,000 has just been completed at Uplands, JUL, tho country place of Robert Garrett, the railroad man. Canada has arranged in London for n loan of S13.500.000 to continue its work of canal enlargement and gen eral improvement of the Dominion waterways. NEWS OF THE ...

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. — 13 December 1894

I A WOMAN'S HEART. Ono Disoaso That Boffloa the Physlolan. The Story of a Woman Mho Suffered for. Nino Years. How Sho AVos Cured. (From the Newark. N. J., Ercntnft News.) Valvular dlsenso of tho heart has always been considered incurable. Tho following lutorviow, therefore, will interest tho med ical profession, sinco it describes tho suc cessful uso of a new treatment for this dis ease Tho patient is Mrs. Georgo Archor. of Clirton, K. J., and this publication by tho News is tho first montion made of the caso by any newspaper. All physicians con sulted pronounced tho patlont suffering with valvular disease of tho heart, nnd treated her without tho slightest roliof. Mrs. Archer said: "I could not walk across tho floor; neither could I go upstairs with out stopping to let tho pain in my chest and left arm coaso. 1 f olt an awful constriction about my arm nnd chest as though I .were tied with ropes. Then thoro was u torriblo noiso at my right ear, llko tho labored breathing of some gre...

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. — 13 December 1894

f. T fc. ..d'"' v. u - --"- Wr i iwm jcaaMJIIlEjaMaM ; :L;iK v:.jAM2mKmt: w, WOMAN AND HOME. TO REMOVE STAINS. route This In Your Scrnpbook, Yoa Will Want It Frequently. llcro nro recoipi.3 for removing vari ous kinds of stains: Coffeo, Tea and Wines. If these stains on tlio tablo linen nro of long standing, and havo bcea washed with soap, it is rather diulcuU to cei rid of them. Hut javells water which can bo made at homo or bought o a druggist is gener ally most successful, l'ut about half a pint of javella water and a quart ol clean walr into an earthen bowl; lot tho stained articlo fioak in this for sov cral hours. Then rinse thoroughly in threo waters. It is only whiia goods that can bo treated in this manner, as tho javcllo water bleuelics out tho color. Sewing Machino Oil Stains. To re movo theso stains rub tho stain with 6wcct oil or lard nnd let it stand for several hours. Then wash it in soap nnd cold water. Pitch and Tar Stains. Rub lard on tho stain and lot it stand for ...

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