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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 14 February 1895

": m-Jbtgitshimii.A A WOMAN'S NERVES. -2io story of a Woman to Whom Noisn Wn.3 Torturo. IVoJtratoil liytho Lntift i:xcltoaieut Phy sl;I iii!i It ifiloil by Hor Case (from A (7atV City, Keokuk, Iowa.) Mr H'-lon Moycrs, whoso homo is at 3315 Vormm Avenue, Chicago, and wlioso visit to Keokuk, l.i., will long bo romoinbored, was atniii'titiwalUlctoJ with a norvous malady which at times tlrovo hor noarly to distrac tion "Those- tcrrlblo lioaJaches aro a thing of tlio put," alio said tho other day to a (late C Itf representative, "and there Is qulto a itory in connection with it, too." My nervous sj stom sustained ngrcat shock fimo fifteen yoara ago, brougnt on, I be liovo, tlirough too much worrying over family matters, and then allowing my love for my books to get tho batter of my dis cretion where my health was concerned. Why, whenever my affairs at homo did not go along justasloxpectoi, I would invari ably become- prostrated from tho excite ment, and I would consider mysolf fortu iiat...

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. — 14 February 1895

;,, .- a.iW. njj- , 'ini.iiiniiTTm-'ri''mi "f" . Tr-p--"! "W 1 ! 0 i jl i I For ronlng a plctnfo or bust of Washing tauou February 12 l:h eleigreons.) ijpl w I if , JUPE 'Its the day of our Wash ington's rlorv. The carlands uiiitlt for our liberties won. nd sine In jour f;ladncs,s his echoing story. Whoso sword swept for freedom tho Holds of tho sun. Not with gold, nor with Rcms, llut with evergreens crnal, And tho banners of stars that tho continent span, Crown, crown wo tho chief of tho heroos eternal, Who lifted his sword for tho birthright of man I Ho sayo us a nation, to mufco It Immortal Ho laid down for Freedom tho sword that he drew, And his shade leads us on to the radiant portal Of tho glory of pcaco and tho destinies now. Not with rold. nor with gems. But with cvorgreens vernal, .And tho flags that tho nations of liberty span, Crown, crown him tho chlof of tho heroes eternal Who laid down his swerd for tho birthright of man! Lead. Faco of tho Future, serene in thy beauty....

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. — 14 February 1895

yy rppy. f jw ifPflrgreaMPSTj WOMAN AND HOME. DAINTY NUT CANDIES. i flow to Mako Brown Almond Bar and Other Delicacies. To malco brown almond bar, place two pounds of sugar, one-third tea spoonful cream of tartar and two-thirds cuptul of water in a granite saucepan; when it begins boiling add one pound -of almonds, Btirrcd in slowly; boil until the nuts are. as brown as desired, which will bo when they will slldo off tho lifted hpoon easily; pour the candy un til an inch thick into a greased pan, und when cool cut. into strips with a nammor and strong knife. Blanched nlmond bar is made in tho samo way ns brown almond only that the almonds aro blanched. IVanut bar may bo mado tJmilnrly, using two pounds of peanuts instead of one. Ilrazil-nut bar may bo mado with two pounds of sugar, one-third tcaspoonful cream of tartar; two-fhlrds cupful of water; cook to hard crack; pour out one-half candy in greased pan, then scatter over this ono pound Brazil nuts, after having trimmed tho brown ...

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. — 14 February 1895

& jmmwm&misffim&' v mm? l I 4i IjC (&QCOXXXIW gtltlt TUBLISIIED EVERY THURSDAY At Flng&tnfl the county seat of Coco pino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Kesti'okv Is out of mono anil has a deficit of S700.0W) on her hands. JIkmiikiis of the Australian legisla ture have reduced their own salaries. Five hundred thousand men are ro ported to be massed around l'ekin to defend tho capital from the Japanese, l'ekin is u walled city. Thi: Siberian newspapers nnnounce the discovery of rich and extensive jjold fields alongr tho rivers in tho prov ince of Ycninci&k, East Siberia. It was estimated that tho strike of the trolley car men at lirooklyn had cos, 52,000,000, and tliero was no reason to believe that anybody had profited l;j it. Tub I'rotestant ministers and Cath olic priests of Hay City, Mich., have formed a Christian union, tho main ob ject of which is to do away with intol erance. Thk Rent county. Col., annual jack rabbit hunt, lasting two days, resulted in tho sla...

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. — 14 February 1895

itteiafesa , . ;"? k.USWa kjl 1 ghc crcouiutf Jntu. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1895. XOTIUB TO THE l'UIILIC. All contracts and bills fomdvcitlslng pay able monthly. lluslncMS locals 10 cents per lino for first ln .(hIom. unci 3 cents per lino (or cacli subse quent Insertion Tub Coconino Son Is pleased to contrlbuto In public matteis, but all noticed festivals, (airs, nicotines o( societies, suppers, enter tainments and mention o( marriages, births and deaths, beyond tho rcRuIar announce ment, will bocliaigecl (or at resular rates. OITY SUNBEAMS. There nro now six patients at tlio county hospital. Hood's Pills are hand made ami per fect in proportion ami appearance. 25c. W. L. Ciillln, of Croedo. Col., a brother of George, wts a visitor during tho week. You can pin your faith to. tho bar gains that you got at tho establish ment of II. A. Rogers. Tho new depot of tho S. F., P. & P. railroad at Phoenix is to bo built of red sandstone from tho Flagstaff quarry. Tho time to make a good t...

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. — 14 February 1895

-iwu;)rft, .u j&.' Afei . KoatMBt'o': -aiWATflmT ...yjMuuu jjca.jat-awsaKSQ)owKm, n m PrciiB Imo"i T- twVj w -hSywtiSSii -' r i 'i i i mn l .u;i SURROUNDED BY MYSTERY! A Great Mistake. A recent dlscovory Is that headachy fltzzlnoss, dullness, confusion of tho mind, tc i ore due to derangement of tlio Dorve centers which cupply tho brain with norro foteoj that Indigestion, dyspepsia, neuralgia, wind in stomach, otc, arlw from the derange ment of tho ncrvo centers supply Ins theso or gans with ervo fluid or force. This Is Itkowlso truo of mauv diseases of tho heart aim lungs. Tho ncrvo system Is llko a telegraph systom. as will bo scon by the accompanying cut. The littio whlto lines nro tho norves which convoy thouarvo force from tho rtervo coulers to evory part of tho axly, lust ns tho ycc rlccurrentU conveyed tilon? tho tolegr.iph wires to ovocy station, t.irgo or snnll. Ordinary physician tall to regard this tact; instead of treat ing tho nervoeen ters for thocauso o f tho diso...

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. — 21 February 1895

ITfc BZESt&3fcS ITT3M - v fZF3- - -!,;i; efl VOL. XII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, FETJIiUABYT 23, 1895. NUMBER 24. th (CncunJim fPemltt Qf territorial LibraryagHi 1 i UNCLE IF" Uncle Sam don't do it to your liking, just hand.it over to our friend. Who makes an Express Business of such matters. THE IPJRICES AFE FLIGHT. Arizona Lumber and. Timber Co. NEWS DEPOT. FANCY GROCERIES, FRESH FRUITS, All the Delicacies of the Season Fresh from the Market. You are invited to call and inspect my Stock FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA OUR SPBGIflL OFFER FOR 1895. The Sun has concluded to make its readers an unusual offer for the year I895, and will make the -subscription rate &2. OO Per Annum. The reduction is made under the following conditions: All new subscribers can have The Sun one year by pay ing $2.00 in advance. All subscribers whose subscription has not expired can have their subscription extended one year by paying $2.00 in advance. All old subscribers can avail themselves of our liberal ...

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. — 21 February 1895

,fci ' Sfe, ' 'S-v,-;. v .us.. aamsimmdi&x- -s f V? ! K' VXneFq&njM,LK9BaftnsSiiiM4.UMi3 v i v w .. t1?frv$f&i' , I ! i i t ' KmMrfBiiMiaMttMHIiWMMI Tfoe C0uiu0 Jhtu. C. M. Fusstox. Editor. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1895. ubscrlptlon rates, on year.. MOO ' ' six month 2.00 " " three months 1.00 AdvcrtMnC rates RUen upon application Addicss all communications and raako all remittances to C. M Hcnbios, Flagstaff. Arizona. Entered at the flagstaff post office as co- ona-Cias-i manor. .WKATIIER. flolow Is Riven tho highest and lowest points roglstoreil by the thermometer In Flagstaff during the month to this date: FEBRUARY. Pate. Maximum Minimum 1 28 : '. -3 S 31 3 W 5 4 43 6 fl 6 7 11 10 (t 3S 10 9 11 " 10 43 S3 It..:: U n k 11 a J 15 22 ia a i 17 31 f 18 10 1? 13 U J go w ,u Kl 20 1 J I ' Wheu tho Democracy falls the reven ues will rise. It is only a question of see-saw for tho country's good or ill. U'ho ago of reverence is certainly dy ing out in this couutry. A Populist co...

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. — 21 February 1895

e$s mm i r11-" !-vr-CTT: Si Ajt-7i efc m W 1 " S , 6- TRAINS WRECKED. A FaBt Stook Train and a PaB3on gror Bxproos Oollldoa. TWO HEX KILLED AND SEVEN HURT Sir CiVjtle Cars Knoolced Oft the Track and Almost livery llctdot stock lu Them Killed or In. Jured. Guthrie. Ok., Fob. 18. Saturday nlg'U at midnight tho most disastrous rn Iroad wreck known on this division in many years occurred on tho Santa To at the curve known as "Deadman's Cut," 5 miles south of Guthrie and i mllo north of Soward. It was caused by a terrific collision between tho bouthbound Santa Fo passenger train and tho northbound stock express, and was due, it is said, to the engineer of tho freight placing a wrong con struction on his orders. Two men wero killed and seven seriously injured. Seventy head of cattle wero killed and 5:10,000 worth of rolling stock was de stroyed. Tho dead Charles Uploby, engineer freight train, of Arkansas City; Vat rick Coldron, fireman on passenger train, of Arkansas City. Tho injured Ja...

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. — 21 February 1895

-.-.'- ry.5iffe?5 Af - Ji ! lSlfc I iMtorgfi., j?b .lw..iwa JttamttfdfcJKta-KWjamfci .. afawtydEft., tam jjMaa mnrtaM-AAa ajt. '. M--jftX-. -A -&jaE . C 4 . 'I 'J !! PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county Beat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. Last year tho saloons of Xow York Sold S02.000.000 worth of beer. In ono year tho pold production of Colorado has jumped from S7.80?,000 to S12,-I9U,000. The movement to establish a nation al park nt Appomattox is meeting with much favor in Virginia and elsewhere. Ax autotroph can now bo sent over tbo long-distance telephone line be tween Paris and London, a distance of S12 miles. Xkaiily 3,500,000 cigars were manu factured last year in Missouri, an av erage of thirteen for overy man, wom an and child. llv a vote of 71 to 20 tho Arkansas house of representatives has passed a hill prohibiting tho sale or giving away of cigarettes or cigarette papers. Gkx. ItooTii, of tho Salvation array, addressed 200 ministers at Toronto, Ont...

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. — 21 February 1895

t& uesAi jdfliatja-:ga l"' TANGERINES QLACES. a Dellcioui War of l'reprltr Orangea fol n I)OHert or Sweet. Tangerines prepared in this way makesr a delicious desert, or sweet, but 'they must not bo kept long, They can be done cither wholo, in quarters, or in halves; the latter would be quite bmall enough for this particular lfind of orange. Dissolve one pound of sugar In half a tumbler of water; put this Into n cop per pan nnd let It boil au casso; have ready tho tangerines tied with a thread drawn through tho white pith nt tho edge of each piece; when tho sirup it ready dip the oranges in one by one, holding them by tho thread, and hang Uiem up so that they do not touch one Another. This should bo dono in a fairly hot kitchen, nnd the oranges should hang in a warm, dry place till the sirup has set. They can be prettily arranged on pyramid and served for dessert. Oranges can also be frozen, and form a delicious dish. Tako a dozen tan,?erincs, tho juice of one lemon, one quart of...

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. — 21 February 1895

" 11 I It t ! Ii I .1 sr i ftft! Ri! I i! .III '('I t A HTTLfi MEDIATOE. Sow Sho Innocontly Holpod a Bashful IiOVor. ND tho young prlnco married tho princess and lived happily forever after." A girl of prob ably t enty, in a biff chair, by tho light of a bright hearth (Ire, was read- .ingtonyoungcr girl in fact, a little girl. Tho story is con cluded and tho book closed. "There, dear, how does that story pleas yon? Don't j ou wish you knew such an Interesting, handsome, noble prince as tho ono of w hotn I have just read?" This interrogation from tho older girl tho younger ono unconsciously ignores for a time. Sho is dreaming. Ilerbig, bluo eyes aro staring vacantly into the red embers which have fallen from the logs on tho hearth. Then t" o sighs deeply. Waking from her reverie, f'io turns those wide, wondering eyes t tho face above her, for sho is seated a, ho older girl's knee, and asks: "Do you know, Julia, that prince re minds me of Mr. Mercer? Mr. Mercer is handsome. And lie's ...

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. — 21 February 1895

r ? tv-jr jtf A TC- &&ik JSm, -, ;aa JijM,y,iU;, fei.' &.. aes I glxe (ftaomiuff Jfan. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1895. NOTICE TO THK PUBLIC. All contracts and bills for advertising pay Able monthly. Business locate 10 cents por lino for Brst In sertion, nnd 5 cents por lino (or each subse quent Insortlon Tiik Coconino Son Is pleased to contribute In public matters, but all notlcesof festivals, fairs, meetings of societies, suppers, enter tainments and mention of marriages, births and deaths, beyond the regular announce ment, will bochaiged for at rcgular'ratcs. OITY SUNBEAMS. Romance of the Ralls. nrrsAMt nir.EY. Upon th railroad track they sat. II held her hand, sho held his hat. I hold my breath and laid right flat. They kissed 1 saw them do It. He held that kissing was no crlmo; Pho hold her head up every time. I held my breath and wrote this rhyme. They thought that no one know It. L. G. Smith, of Williams, was in town Monday. John Vorles was down from dial- lender Sund...

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. — 21 February 1895

a -i t-tA.JtLTBnaejaj-L sK.srjabnaMKBfc u i I SURROUNDED BY MYSTERY! A Great Mistake. A recent discovery Is that heartache, dizziness, dullness, confusion ot tlio mind, tc , oro duo to derangement of tlio nerve contort! which upply tlio brala with nervo foice) that Indigestion, dyspepsia, neuralgia, wind In Momach, etc., nrlso from tho derange ment of tho ucrvo coHlui-ssupplyliig theso or fans with ncrio fluid or force. ThMsllkowlso mo of many dlen-4)iof the heart and lunps. Tho ncno system Is llko a telegraph system, as will bo Men by tho accompanying cut. 1110 111110 white lines n ro tho nerves which couio.v thonorvo force from t ho norio conteri to eiery pan of tlio OJdy, Just as tlio Oicc'rfc current U conveyed along the tolosr.iph wires to o vo ry Kttitlon, largo or mall. Ordinary physlchiiw fall to regard tUU fact: Instead of treat ing tho nervo con tors for tllOCUU'.O of tho tUtordors arising therefrom they t runt tho pirt directed. rranklln Ml.'oo. M. I).. LL. 11, thu highly...

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. — 28 February 1895

-J . ,',t fht WMy &ti ;won& " i v orf3JLTb VOL. XII. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1895. NUMBER i!5. ocMiti COMPLAINTS OF WOMEN Are often caused by their Being compellled To Live in ca Slaeiol:, Especially this Kind of weather. You. Com Ou.ire By Fixing up your home and owning it OUR LUMBER IS WHAT YOU NEED. TME PRICES ARE: RIGHT. Arizona Lumber and Timber Co. NEWS DEPOT. . . . , am ,, CM AS. A. KELLER, PnopBliTon. FANCY GROCERIES, CANDIES, NOTIONS, TOBACCO, FRESH FRUITS, STATIONERY, CIGARS, All the Delicacies of the Season Fresh from the Market. You are invited to call and inspeot my Stock FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA . . . OUR SFBCIflL OFFER F'OR 1895. The Sun has concluded to make its readers an unusual offer for the year I895, and will make the subscription rate &2. OO iF'er Annum. The reduction is made under the following conditions: All new subscribers can have The Sun one year by pay ing $2.00 in advance. All subscribers whose subscription has not expired can h...

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. — 28 February 1895

-SS"- . - ... , r5S.. . .-. JatgiBiaKiSgaifcjeE . ' II i ; ' t ' i i 1?ltJC CforamiUff JHU. 0. M. Funstox. Editok. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1895. ubscrlptlon rates, ono year N-00 ' " six months . ... 2.00 " " tlirco months l.t ArtTortlilrc rales ptven upon application Address all communications and tnnko all ronilttancvii to 0. iX Kcksion, l'lagktatr. ; Arizona. ". ' Knlercd at tho TlacstatT post efflco as sec-ond-chix, matter. ' II IWEATIIEI!. Ilelow Is pIvcnthohlKhcManrt lowest point' registered by tho thermometer In Klasstall during tho month to this date: I'EOKUAUY. Date. Maximum Minimum 1 S8 -3 i u a 40 5 i .-. a R io 7 10 S 33 10 9 1 15 10 " 11 S3 12 41 V n 43 u it .....23 fi 18 SO 10 II...' -.31 0 18 40 13 19....; 42 I M 63 1R 31 53 ... 10 H ". 54 a 23 21 M 23 H 21 M 52 20 27 61 21 K 62 n Tiik best reform is Inmost RopiiliH rauism. It lias practicality as well as pretty llieories in it. It woulil hardly bo amiss for the present congress to pass a law making tint day of ils adjo...

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. — 28 February 1895

' 'IWnWWHrtpi PHifl iMii ' &-s-i&8v&. ,ataifcaMcwja.M.T - 'i"??f'?',JT1 U m I MINING DISASTER. Flro Breads Out In tho Ooal Minoa at Pratt, Ala. TWO CONVICT MIXERS SUFFOCATED. JHchtecn Others Mare or Lens Seriously In- Jureil A btrret Cnr Struck by a Locomotive Tht Deadly (iriule Crnislnc lliRMixaii.vji, Aln., Fob. 25. A firo occurred in ltoclc Slope, of the Tennes, eo Coal, Iron & Railroad Co. 's minoa at I'ratt City yesterday morning' that resulted in tho death of John Pattern and Louis Stevens, two miners, and wore or less serious injury of eighteen others. Twenty miners, all convicts, were iu ItocU Slopo near tho airshaft, at 2:J0 yesterday morning-, when they detected the smell of smoke, and short ly afterward an immense volumo of it came wheeling toward them from tho cngiuo room, which was between tho airshaft and tho cage lending out of tho mine. The engine usually contains jio fire but is used to pump compressed heat into tho mines, hence tho origin of the Are...

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. — 28 February 1895

M I I ! 5LIDINU DOWN HILLWITH NANCY It'sOl f cr nn old-tlmo wintry sky, When tho aire: crisp an' tho slods Jos' fly I Th it's tho l.lnd I fancyl An' my heart goes back to tho cloys cono by When sho had a bloom on her cheeks, an' I ont sltaiu' down hill with Nancyl When tho nlchts wcro still Onthooldvlllagohlll. An" tho stars winked an" bllakcd klndy dancy, 'Twas a heart full o joy, When I was n boy, A-slldlu' donn hill with Nancy! Thar wa'n't no snobs cr thingumbobs, A-sportln' blis canes with gold-plato nobs An' slch. llko elegancy! Twas Jcs' plain Joe nn" Cob an' Dill, An each tult a gal un' rilkod Icr tho hill, Dut I went along o' Nancy I Wo used bob-sleds In tho good ol' days And tho gals sot In (rout with their (cot crest wajs They wouldn't do It now. I (ancyl 'Twas a whoop an' a run. An', IJlng. 1( I won, 'Twas a kiss (rom Nancyl Ol those wero tho dais .when tho young folks' blood Jcs' danced In their checks In a crimson flood, Too rich (or rowaday (ancyl And In old ago still ...

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. — 28 February 1895

rrnt w ymoil ira-ircHnffirr ? TivvifiTTr , Iwmmarm irrr "" r niti -.t-;lu, II A DISCREDITING DICKER. Degradation of tho Government Credit by Democrats. The folly of the new bond contract, now that iti; terms are published, is almost Incredible The resources of our country are Im measurably greater than thoso of Franco or England. Yet tho adminis tration has based its bargain with the bankers upon the assumption that 3Jf per cent, is tho lowest intorcst rate at which wo can expect to borrow money, when French rentes and British con sols aro everywhere deemed desirable investments at 'ii par cent. Our own 4 per cents, with twelve years to run use eagerly sought for in vestment at 110 and above, which would mike theso new bonds worth about 110. Yet tho treasury has agreed to sell sixty odd millions of them at about 101. Tho treasury thus consents to n bar gain which puts us as a nation upon a credit basis scarcely better than that ot ft South American republic It con sents to pay a rat...

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. — 28 February 1895

agasgaiyigWBBBagj&M ktiwawpw1 y? syt".Mjainri" -ni-fff "WW "I .jwSgytavU -. a.1 .1 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the county seat of Coco nino oounty. 1,. CURRENT C9MMENT. Alabama has raado Jeff Davis' birth flay a legal holiday. Korth Texas has put In the biggest crop of oats ever known tn the hlstorj of the state. Ax Ohio judge decides that S10.00C should bo the maximum amount al lowed for loss of a life. FiUKxni.Y natives have warned for eigners that an Egyptian revolution will begin on February 20. Tiik bond issue has been declared a Rreat success by tho syndicate. The issue was over-subscribed ten times in .New York and ns many more in Lon don. Tin: California orange crop now ready to bo picked is estimated at 3, bOO.OOO boxes, and it is said that some of tho growers will realize 400 an acre ior their fruit. TliuiTEKX million children in the United States are now studying the effects of alcohol on tho human system. Scientific tempcrauco teaching has also been introdu...

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