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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 13 December 1894

I 'JNtc &oamxw Jwu. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 13. 1894. XOTIUB TO TIIK rUIlLIO. All contracts and bills (or advertising pay able monthly. llulnoss locals 10 cents per lino for flrst In sertion, and 5 cents par lino tor each subse quent Insertion TnE Coconino Son is pleased to contribute In public matters, but all notice of festivals, fairs, meetings of societies, suppers, enter tainments und mention of marriages, births nnd deaths, beyond the Regular announce ment, will bo chai ged for at regular rates. THK AVKATIIKU. Below Is given tho highest nnd loucit points registered by the thcrmometor In Flagstaff during the month to this date: NOVEMBER. p.te. Maximum Minimum 3J 82 DECEMBER. 1 62 S3 3 53 SB 3 52 18 4 12 I 49 30 0 31 28 7 43 23 8 57 24 9 40 14 10 4J 24 11 33 6 13 43 , 22 13 38 21 L00AL BREVITIES. Tho blacksmiths arc busy. Pure sweet cider at Coflin Hrothcrs. C. C. Hall, a well-known traveling man, was in town yestctday. Sou our elegant display of Xmas. good?. F. XV. Smith & C...

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. — 13 December 1894

i&&i. ;-.fo,,L' && PCT''S3 rJtor,;jr" i-JaitiB.i-' fiSii''.-iJ&ifa(Jfcfc - ck 8 fftj'uunfuij!:jj uw 'mi maiinui SAILED THE SEAS 38 YEARS. One of His Experiences. For tlilrty-i-lslit yours Cunt, loud followed tho sen. most of Hint tlmo as roaster of a yes sol. ami uikhi retlrliiB from the water nan ap polnti d bv tno Secretary of tlio United Statei Tisasury'to superintend the seal fisheries In Alaska, which pudtiou lie held llvo years. Ho lclatcsnnoexporlenco as follows: Tor "0 era I J ear I hadbecn troubled with general tier ousin- and pain In tha region of inv heart. ly trrcatest affliction was rlceplcssnesa; It was almost Impossible at any tlmotoobtaln rest and s'tep. HuyIiik seen Dr. Miles' icmedlc? ndvertlsed I began using Nervine After ta'itn; a hmalt quantity the honed! received was so creat thai I was post tlvelv alarmed, thlnklnx tho remedy con tained opiates which would finally bo Injnrl. ous to mo: but on belnc a-surcd by tho druR glst that It was perfe...

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. — 20 December 1894

ssmjBhA jme.j &&im& . w .f'ju , -,.; (SS&&&&2& :,-. fiSffSfMU'-T -'s!K57; -. rtmtinfr HkfWi) . . j,i f- z t. VOL. XII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1894. NU3IBER15. ,'&&! t-iWf J S'tnt hc(ocomncr jiw. published every Thursday irrtlstns rates on application. Atlantic 'Pacific R, R. The GRE&T MIDDLE ROUTE ACROSS the AMERICA!! GOKTIKEHT. In coniu-otlcu with the Railways of tlio "SANTA FE ROUTE." MTCiiioit Facilities, LlUClt AL M.XAaEJlENT. PlCTURKSQUE ScKXEKV, EXCKLLCNT ACCMOMODATIOKS Obscrvo tlto Ancient Indian Civilization of l.Ki. " r ArniiWi tlio 'Cltyof tlio Sky." lsittho ivtiltlcd rarest nearCarrlzo. so and marcl at tho freak of Chujoii 1)1 llllo. View tho lonpest rntllrr Uriels In Ainirlca across tlio Colorado river. I mm riugiiiitrtho following points of In ii icit can easily 1)0 readied: The !riml nnyoii nl tlio Cnlnrmlo the i, .ist sublime of natures worlt on tho earth. the Natural HticlKOor Ariinn. unit Mon l iniiii'a...

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. — 20 December 1894

'-. - ;" Ll. 'r.- -3- n.fiflfcj gheCocauiucruu. C. M. FussTox. Eduou. THURSDAY. DKCEMHKR 20. 1891. Subscription rates, ono year Jt.CO " six months .. 2.00 " " throo months ... 1.00 Advertising rntcs given upon application Address nil communications and nmlco all remittances to O, M 1'cnston, Flagstaff, Akjroiia Entered at the FlaRstalT post otllco as second-class mattor. Flagstaff is Imln-il blest, with two suns daily beaming upon her. (.'oxoitr.ss is acting as if tho country is not o. peeling much of il, which is about the fact. Jilt. Pkffek will have a formidable rival-as- an atmoplicie agitator in Gov vcrnor Tillman, who was elected to the United States senate. The hitch established prison farm at Yuma is a commendable enterprise, Hiid il promises to bo r. success. I'ltANK Hf.xf.1", the late campaign bugler of the territorial demoeratic 'troops, has at length commenced suit against Hie loan eommi. ion. Wk liopethat (Jallup will rise, l'hoe ui like, from licr ashes, Sometimes n bi...

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. — 20 December 1894

bsfe "SH- A BASK TRAGEDY. Two Oflloiala ovoroly Woundod by a Collootlon Olork. IDE PERPETRATOR THEN SUICIDES The Affair Canted by Quostlonln; Him na to Missing Check The Yuunc Man Had lleen I.lvlnfr llojotul Ills Income. Council Bluffs, la., Deo.-17. At 11 o'elocU yesterday a tragedy was onact P,i m the private ofllce of the Citizens' Mate batik of Council llluffs which may result fatally to thrco persons. John Huntington, assistant bookkeeper auii collection clerk, shot C. A. Cromwell, of Minneapolis, and P. X. llayden, of Chicago, repre sentatives of the Fidelity and Casualty Co., of Now York, and then emptied his revolver Into his own brain, inflicting w wound from which ho died two hours later. Cromwell and llayden, it Is thought, will recover. Huntington was one of the best known men in Council Illuils and numbered lus friends by tho hundred. So far as can be learned he had no bad habits nnd this is what makes his act the harder to explain. On July 20 last a check of 8300 was t...

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. — 20 December 1894

jfeKa.. -AjLiijujatm V N 1 ) gW.&ft jBl ' V v Wv. ff-SiS" mas to you nil j aS5V. Tlosounds IlKo m AH ffl n I sloonthoalr, I tJkV F sllpnt tn0 sno' IM 3&'M. of winter fall, U ? Yot fnaoloi - " flnwr nrn f i? C MUIIKY Christ mas to you nui jmu- snows ass Sowers aro ev erywhere "Within our hearts they blossom cay. And shed their frapranco f rco and far; Tls always so on Christmas day. In mcmoiy of Ills golden star! Tho raco of man had waited Ions To soo that Illy In tho sky To hear tho perfect nngcl tons. ' Of pcaco to earth nnd pralso on high." OpprcisUo night of rg)ptlay, 1111 with lis slow leno's stararoso, In hopo and cheer of Christmas day, Tho j earning centurlos found reposot Tnas HUo tho chango tho morning brings. Awaiting men to duty bright; "Twas iro tho song tho bluebird sings Of lovely spring nnd hor dollght; Twas Uko tho eomlcg of tho May, Ilctrcshlng ago, rojolclng youth .So beautiful was Christmas day In Its creatho hopo and truthl 'The Heaven and earth wol.now 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. — 20 December 1894

WOMAN AND HOME. PUMPKIN PIE. 'Something About tho Tropor Way 0f Coolt Inff l'mnpldn unit Squash. Pumpkin for pio to bo properly cooked must bo slowly steamed. I'ccl It, rcmovo tho Bocd8, cut it in pieces and put It In n largo Iron pot, with about a junrt of boiling water to ono good jlzed pumpkin. Covor it closo. Let It boll hard for about'flvo or ten mln ntcs, and then set it back whero it will stoam slowly for nbout six h'ours. At tho end of this tlmo nearly all tho water will bo absorbed, and tho pump kin will bo sweot and tondcr. Press it pieco by pieco through n vcgetablo press, Ry this means tho pumpkin thonld bo well drained and thoroughly (trained, hardly moro moist than a woll mashed potato. Tako four cups of this strained pumpkin, add four cups of rich milk, a tcaspoonful of salt, two of ginger, ono of nutmeg and ono of maco, a small cup of sugar and four or fivo eggs according to their sizo. Somo .housekeepers prefer to bring tho milk to n boiling poiu't beforo thoy uso 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. — 20 December 1894

; lfea? . 1.-2" & I h I i TUBLISIIED EVEEY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county Boat of Coco plno county. I CURRENT COMMENT. Amkiiica, Australia and Africa rer port a heavy increase iu gold produc tion. A Detroit, Mich., musical genius has set tho constitution of the United States to music. lloaus nnti-toxine, has been discov cied in numerous New York drug houses. Anti-toxlne is the now remedy for diphtheria. ErxvK.v pcoplo of Mount Vernon, 0., havo boon bent to Chicago to take tho Pasteur treatment for hydrophobia. They had all been bitten by a dog sup posed to bo mad. The ministers of Keokuk, la., havo turned their attention to tho gambling evil, particular attention being paid to tho matter of playing progressive cuchro and other games at cards for stakes in prlvato households. Sknatok Pefi'ur, of Kansas, during this cougress has introduced elghty ono bills, seventeen of which were re ported by committees, two favorably and fifteen unfavorably and neither of tho two favorably rep...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 20 December 1894

".jSvX,, ik . a , . ;The (BUCXlttiuJOr Jwu. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 20, 1891. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. All contracts and bills for advertising psy-nl'lr- monthly. HuMuesi local 10 cents por line for first In sertion, and Scents per lino for each subse quent Insertion TnE Cocomso Sim h pleased tocontrllutte In public matters, but nil not Ices of festival, jnlrs. meetings of societies, suppers, enter tainments und mention of marriages, births and death1!, beyond the tegular announce ment, will bo changed 'or nt regular rutes OITY SUNBEAMS, Di-tilct Attorney Hurry Zuck was Ht Williams Fiida. Woik on the lofotm school and (otiit houso was suspeuded dining tlio toim. Id the laiiguago of tlio collcgo hied football player, isn't The Daily Sun a roikeil Tlio United States Weather Bin can piedicts probable shoucis to uight or Wednesday. Hood's Pills aro purely vegetable, carefully prepared from tho best iu gicdicnts. 25c. Chautauqua Circle meets to-night at tho residence of E. S. Clatk. A full ntten...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 20 December 1894

ammqfc.&JaJS8k. ,,-yfy .rer-wB &wmm&lt&ate i-4Zam:xGaw .- -jwm it Jl iijbpwi iiiii i as jjww--,eki, ' ml wp7 - ar wM SAILED THE SEAS 38 YEARS. One of His Experiences. rortlilriy-ei-lityiarsCapt. Loud followed the wn. iiiibtiif tli.it ilmo a master or n ves sel, and uin retiring from tl.o water was ap pointed bv tno Mcroinry of tlio I nlted States Treasur; ui superintend tlior-ealilsheilosln Alaska, uhlcli po-dlionlioheld tl.o years. He lclitoa oiio iixperlenoo as follows: Tor -f cr.il ears 1 had been troubled witli nencrul nervousness and pain I" tho legion of inv heatt. My pn-ate-t i-IIlictlo-i was i.lecplcssnoss; Jt was nlmot linpifistblo at any tlmot lobtaln re.it mid t, eip. lluvlng seen Dr. Miles' remedies advertised I began using Nervine After (uklng nvmiill (l'lantlty tlio lieneitt tet-clvcd hosmi emit Unit I vva.sio.sl tlvelv alarmed, tliliilcliiK tlio lemedy con tained opiates which viould finally bolnjtirl ons to me; but. on lieliu nsui.rt by tbo droit gist...

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 December 1894

Coconino edtto ss? V.j r.tv ?., 'liltlilMiTiS ' f5,notsJ VOL. XII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1894. NUMBER 16. 3,y sm4 bw AA,AA.s-rtAK;v ''vr'wr iiUMU a& uur JThc C&acoutua Jtmu. PUBLISHED F.VERY THUKSDAY Advertising i ales on application. Atlantic & Pacific R, R, he GREAT MiOOLE ROUTE ACROSS the AMERICAN CONTINENT. In coiimrtlcu with tho Iiallwnys of tae "SANTA FE ROUTE." Summon Facilities, LineitAL Mavaokmknt. FlJTURESQUB SCKKEUV, EXCKLLKXT ACCMOMODATIOXI Observe tho Ancient Indian Civilization of Lugoim, or of .cmn, the "City of the Sky." Visit tho frtrlllrtt Pnrrat near Carrlio. Sea nnd inurrel at the freak ot Caay.a II hi tllo. View tho lonjrest Cantl)rr llrldg la America across tho Colorado rlrcr I'rnin fliicstxO'the following polnla of In terest can easily b reached: Tho tlrunil t.nuynti fit Ilia Colorado th most sublime of natures work on the earth. The NiiIuihI llrld;r nf AriroiiM. hiiiI M trziiiiiu'H Writ both wonder to beholder. Thorulnsof the ...

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 December 1894

jfct-iwL k w !&&. .' mwrMMHI itasaatgKBiiMajLjkVjiuaagCTzaaooTawaaiTtiamBTrjoau tiLjsjaaa rhe Coconiftor Jwu. 0. M. Ft. SSI ON, ! KmrOu. TIIUKSUAY, -rr: DKCKMUKH 27. 1891. . $4.00 2.(10 1.00 Subscription rates, onijyi'irr " hlXmoitlis . ' three Month... AdvcrtWnu rate Rlvvn upon application Address nil communications una innke all remlltniicen to 0. M KdhdiOK, llasstufl, Arizona. Entered a the Flasstatr post Dlfico as seo on j-class niattor. Eokopk lias a soft snap at nr treas ury. The slnglu gold stnwlunl is a After a b.mk cashier lias feathered liis nest lio faiu-ies that he has plumed Himself for flight. One of the licit bread makers in the country is said to ho Susan B. Anthony and she is still single. Men preach from the house tops while the (totil is crawling through tho basement windows. The present meeting of congress is very much like a reunion of thu survi vals of a Kansas eyelone. Tins country u ill he satisfied with no financial plan that will allow wild cat hank...

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 December 1894

WOMAN AND HOME. STANDS FOR PLANTS. Homo Very Pretty Ones Can He. Matin lit Home 1'our Model Which Have Hcen round to Cihe, 'Satisfaction Tho Old Scml. Circular Pattern la Perhaps the Hcst nt All. Many housewives find their great est happiness in caring for plants during tho cold winter months when compelled to stay indoors so much of tho time, nnd many havo wished for a plant BiiELr, ria plant stand for yearn. Cannot tho hus "band or son uso two or threo hours sumo stormy day in malting ono? Thcro nre n varioty of models to ehooso from. An old pattern and probably tho best, beeauso it will hold tho most, Is tho lialf circular ono with threo shelves (Fig. 1.). It is made- with three legs and two short braces between them -under tho lowest broadest shelf. Tho rt.AXT shelf, fio. 2. rear vie. .shown in tho illustration, as its cc iimction can be seen there at n glance, and this is tho view exposed to tho liviog room, also, tho shelves be ing turned to tho window. Tho shelves should bo m...

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 December 1894

ViAe-wSSS ISZ.J mMms&&aM&&, &r'' G;Sfc' ': i :' PUHLISIIKD EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the county scat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Fowuox diplomats at Fckln havo combined for defense against Chineso mobs. Ida Wki.t.s, the negrcss, was reported us trying to get nn untl-lynching bill before congress. A canvass of the federal senate shows a. majority of sdnators in favor of tho Nicaragua canal bill. Gfoiigs IUhhoitk recently walked Into a Chicago morgue while his father was weeping over a corpso supposed to bsliis. Ccl. Jacksox, the adopted son oi An drew Jackson, is preparing to sfliid relics of "Old Hickory" to bo placed in tho national museum. Mns. HKI.K.V Jl. tlouoiit, president of tho Indiana Suffrage association, has brought a suit to test tho right of women to vote in that state. Thk Nebraska Historical society is trying to get the appellation of "Hug Eaters," borne by tho people of that state, changed to "Trco Planters." CiiAiirio.v J. J. Coituirrr...

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 December 1894

"i i1' II' J f V t T A' . I A MIRACLE IN TEXAS. Invostigatod by tho Texas Chris tian Advocate and Vouohod for by Dr. O. H. Stans- bury. (rrom tho Toxas Christian Advocate) Our roprosoatatlvo has mado a careful in vestigation of tho II. E. Spauldtng caso at Longvlow, which Is horo published for tho first Umo, nnd which will bo read with great interest by medical men overywhoro. la rV.7 to the Chrl;;2U Advooio's questions Mr. Spauldlng said: About eight yoars ago whllo running a locomotive. I contracted sclatlo rheumatism in my left sldo from my hip down. It camo on slow but sure nnd in n fow months I lost control en tirely of that member, it was just tho samo ns If It was paralyzed, I was totally unablo to movo out of my room for a yoar and a half, six months ot which tlmo I was bed ridden. I tried every romedy suggested, and had regular physicians in constant at tendance on mo. I was bundled up and sent to Hot Springs where I spent threo months Under tho treatment of tho most eminen...

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 December 1894

ugHm" & ,mmitt&. Ji. n r AS PAX "zxsys 1TH n Now Yoar's Janunry comes a parting or mo waj 3, Ono loading to new glories, odc away tu fading dijs. Ono back to ill Ins embers, ono to hearthstones fresh ablnzo. Brisk winds from off bleak hillsides play with tho fleecy snow, While mlrlli nnd chcor are plentiful where homo Ores brightly glow. And sweet content and happiness band In hand together go. iTbo rolgn of winter weakens as freshly passing ttrno Tho breath ot sprlngttmo hastens to melt the frost king's rlmo, TVhllo tho god ot day rides higher on each da) 's hea onward climb. Bud and blossom tako their places as tho sea sons come and go, And tho stream of tlmo Incessant keeps up its onward flow, And springtime glories vanish when comes tho summer's glow. 1 Anon with waving leatago appear bright tints of emerald green, "Where floral wealth and beauty catch rare huos ot rainbow sheen. Then brilliant banners float. In turn, waved by an autumn queen. rill soon tho frost-king st...

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 December 1894

,i i .,-. ., .. ,.. ,..jg, . .- .a&TtfisAM. fwmj& '&&kj j n ! : ,1-f iW tv V ' H h i: giie oconhw Jxtu. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 27. 1894. fi XOTIUK TO THE V UULIO. All contract mul bills for advertising pay atilo monthly. llntliieis locals 10 cents per lino lor flrst In sorilon. and 5 cunts per lino tor each subse quent Insertion TiikCuconoSun Is pleased to contribute In public nmttcis. but all notlcrsot festivals, tali-s. meetings ol boclotlcs, suppers, enter tainments and mention o( marriages, births and deaths, beyond tho regular unnounce ment. will bo clmiscd (or at regular rates. , Prescott is suffering from :iu epidem ic of burglaries. Tho Arizona Central Bans pays fair , rates of interest on time deposits. wCtbout the busiest member of The I SUN staff these da3 is the "births" reporter. I ' All kinds of bhect iron and tlu work including rooting and spouting, done by IIoMrortli o; Lo. Tho now Williams dramatic club will maku their initial bow in "A Noblo Outcast," w...

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 December 1894

.-amt&ML,xTP- p tT. .'! orm,.. i WVWWMMMMIMMnfMliMMM tiUiJqeaiii-JuiUJtvajfjjuiiJu-iajtf.jMMkiBJ8M f l' IV . i m i ; t w lif I) Is ! s J l) I J i ' v The Huoiaa Electrical Forces! How They Control the Organs of tho Body. Tho clcetri.-nl forco ol tlio human body, ns tha iiano fluid may oa tKn:d, 1) an cipo chlly attractive dopartaoat of ochnco, as It exert-jsoinailtedan Igfiucr.co on tho health of t!io oninna of tlio body, pio-io forco la pro-tu?oil liy tiro btaln u.ia touvejed by nouns of tlio ner oi to ho i in loui cr;iirn of tbo body, tliiusipplylustljo lattor with tua ritii'irtf iii!i.fi i v mill r . v j& nncumij.istl w mrvc, in AwW." shon n hero, may bj bald to lie lliunuK important of ibj cutho uro sys tem, us It 801)1)1104 tlio lioait. laiu-t. stonacli, bonds, ct ., with itio ncno for-o iioiesury to Keep llioni u-tlvo and l.c.Olhy. Aswl Ilia seen lv Ihocutiholonrtiervo tlirscondiu.? frjn tlio baso of tlio brain unci tHl.iit'iiln (lib 1m, H v V" " '."'"'. . . . avfit li...

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. — 3 January 1895

VOL. XII. FLAGSTATFj ABIZONA, THUjRSDAY, JANUARY 3, r r -'' ... , 1, .. . Lj il 2 : 1894 ' Tsruwasaiz. TUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Oi , Advertising rates on application. Atlantic &rPacificr Fh-R. The GREAT MIDDLE ROUTE ACROSS tki AMERICAH GOMTlStEHT. bow, it inconiiucuuu wiui iuo iuuiytajts ui ? x- .-.. .!- l- -ll .tl'fr SUPEUIOR FABlpTltS;)! 'Jfy. LIBERAL MANAGEMENT. EXCELLEsiAOCMOMODATIOKS Obscrvo tho Ancient Indian Civilization of tHEiuintorof A coma, the"City"of tho Sky " J ...... .r-rsrrrr.: j-.sll?i -?'ai -n!'- -i v 1S11 me i Pirinru-r ottw jienr v iutizu-- Seo and marvel at tho freak of C'anytru reale of Canytru ' ) river v!rf,ji Dlatiln. View tho longest CanlUtv America across tho Colorado From FlaEatxfrthe following points of frr terestcan easily fcKrfcacwif.f'rt fif '' "J Tho Oram! CHnyoii-'ot thdotrailjO the The Natural Urige Atiijoop.iindt Xl teninm' Wvllatoth Wonders to beltoldf) niosi Miuuinoui natures wcricuu iou catm- - Mf-. er. cuts of tho San l'ranclsco mountains....

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. — 3 January 1895

m 1 " m r I !L. lxt (Coconino mt. Tiiebe's uover any failure in tl.e crop of Christmas tree. C. M. FrNSTON. Editor. THURSDAY. JANUARY S. 1895. htoerittimntei. oneyear.. ...... ..... UM - - ttireemonths LOG . j .t.iHM nivAn iinnn nnnlleatlon Address aH communications and niako all remittance 10 u. .u r uti..i .-B.... Arizona. Entered at tho Flasstaff post offleo as second-class manor. The population of TuMon is rapidly swclliug. They have tho mumps there Wit commenil the old huutcrs of Ari zona to a perusal of the bear stories printed in some of the enstrn papeis New York's new reform sheriff starts out by appointing five Tammanj inou to office. This is rough on the other reformers. AT REST. Tombstone lias formed an anti-kiss ing sui'lutj, s a safeguard against diphthciia, love and other plagues. Flowers are su pieuutui m the Salt river valley, according to tho Phoenix papers, that the cows are turned in to browso upon the fragrant beds. TnE presidential lishiug party is to have its ...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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