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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 21 March 1895

s-fc ...vtmMsj&Msi) WAS GOULD INSANE? Flnnnelnl Worry and Physical Ex ortion Not tho Groatost Do- etroyor of Human Life. for Humanity's Sake, After Thirty-sis Years of NiTvc-Creeplnrj Slavery, He Telia How Ho Was Set Free. Caldwell, N..T., March 19, 1S05. (Special.) Since ono of our prominent citizens suffered io terribly from tobacco tremens, lias imulo known Ills frightful experience in behalf of humanity, tho lailits hcr- .ro making tubae-i-o-uiinp husbands' lives miserable with their entreaties to at onco quit tobacco. Tho written statement of S. J. Gould is attracting wide-spread attention. Yi'hon in terview eil to-ulj;lit ho said: "I commenced using tobacco ul thirteen; I am now fortv uine; so, for tliirty-six years I chewed, Buiokcd, snuffed and rubbed snuff, lu tho morning I chewed boforo I put my pants on, and for n long timo I used two ouuees of chewing aud eiglit ouuecs of smoking a day. Sometimes I had acl(ow in both cheeks and a pipo In mv mouth at ouce. Ten years n...

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 March 1895

I J 1 . 2. WOMAN AND HOME. A PAIR OF VETERANS. .A pal rot worn-out otorons liich ntght 1 put to rost, Tmt dauntless bold adventurers Worn out by tireless quest. Thtf scurried through tUo dewy grass To And "a flower dat erowod," Tbca pittorod In tho deepest dust That lined tho country road. ley wont to "hunt tho baby-call" And caught a splash of ralro. Sailed In tho brook, and then wero dried Defcro tho kitchen lire. And many a scratch from many n thorn, Those playfellows had won Before their tlmo of rest drow near At setting of tho sun. "Yet fslr they oro to mother's sight. This bruised and battered pair. And: ' Uuldo thoso wanderers aright," la mother's whispered praj or. brands T. Ilhoads, In Oood Housekeeping. TO CLEAN CURTAINS. Va-tur They May lis Done Up 8nccessfnlly at Hoine. Tacts curtains will not bear rubbing. All the work must bo done carefully and jfently. For two pairs of curtains half iill a largo tub with warm water and add to it half a pound oi soap, vrbich has been s...

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 March 1895

mGEE$SB&k. .31 .l .,.kA,r.-.v..i&&U&r Ufc-ii,. 3EzEsHMtA&' FIERCE FIRES. "Wabash Roundhouso at Toledo, O., Burnod to tho Ground. MANY MEN BURIED UNDER A WALL. Threo Dead mid Nino Itndly Hurt Tho World unil A. N. Kcllngg's Newspaper v Co. at Cleveland llurneil Out lllazo tit Milwaukee Tor.Kno, O., 5Iarch IS. The round houso of tho Wabash Railroad Co. in this city, located at tho foot of South street, on tho clock front, burned to the ground yesterday morning1. Threo quarters of un hour after tho llrst alarm was sent In tho southwest wall of tho building, CO feet in circumfer ence, fell in burying twelve men under neath it Two of them wero instantly killed, n third died a short time after being taken out of the debris and tho others wero all badly hurt, ono proba bly fatally. All but ono wero employes of tho Wabash. Tho firemen had a stubborn fight with tho doomed roundhouse, tho heavy wind greatly aiding tho stub born flames. At noon tho fire was practically under...

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 March 1895

w h ljc (&Qt0txxt0 grot PUBLISHED EVEEY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county scat ot Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. President Cleveland 1ms bestowed Ti number of rewards upon officers and vessels for rescuing distressed mari ners. Boston is ffoinj to build a subway lor tho uso of electric cars through tho most thickly settled and business parts of tho city. The undertaking is one of prent magnitude and it is estimated that bcforo it is completed it will cost at least 530,000,000. Tub civil rights bill passed by tho Into Oklahoma legislature did not be come a law because the governor re fused to sign it. If it had become a law colored men could have obtained damages for being refused admittance to any public place. In a recent issuo of the Forum Sena tor Lodge said the tendency of modern times was toward consolidation. Largo cities were absorbing their suburbs, business was largely in tho hands of great establishments, and even the libraries were uniting in order to in crease the...

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 March 1895

is4 j$hi ." fr&'fttv-. P .a-v ffic22 tis ttt'Bt . v.-,, II II II fm gixe COtoamiujcr Juxu. THURSDAY. MAUCI1 21, 1895. NOTIOK TO THE 1'UULIU. All contracts uiid bills for advertising pay able monthly. Ituslnrss locaK 10 cents per lino for Drat tn tcnloii, unci S cunts per lino for each subse quent Insertion Tnr. Coconino Sun Is pleased to contribute In public miittcis, but all notlcesof festivals, fairs, meetings of societies, suppers, enter tainments and mention of man lages. births and deaths, beyond the regular announce ment, will uochaiucd for at regular rates. OITY SUNBEAMS. C. A. Bush ami wife spout Sunday in Williams. Git to Collin's for fi csh fruits dressed poultry nml full cream cheese. ' Now and handsome designs in silks in waist pattern lengths. The. very latest at Rogers, Hiiiid's Pills liavo won high praise for their prompt and efficient yet eay action. ' John Chirk retnrnud Friday evening from l'hoi'iiix. where lie participated in the festivities. Mis Virginia Weat...

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 March 1895

' t i ! M i, f TAKE THE BEST IH ESH SScts., Efct.fl Dl.OOBottb. WBJiJ3 Cao cent ados T t M rvn r tmanmteo bv nil druir- dsta. It cuTca incipient Consumption. oad is tho tost Couch and. Croup Curo. Tiic Human Electrical Forces! How They Control the Organs of the Body. Tho electrical forco of tho humin body, as Iho ncrvo lluld may be termed. 1j an espo daily attractlvo deuartmont of science as It exerts so marked an Icfluonco on tho health of tho organs of thu body. Nerve force- is produced by tlo brain ami conveyed by means of tho nencs to tho various owuns 10I tho body, tbussupplylng tho latter with the vuaiuy necessity u"" suro their hialt.i. Th3 pneumiv.;iistrlo nerve, as kliown hero, may be haul to 1)0 the moit Important oftbooutlro nervo sys tem, as It supplies tho heart. lun;s, stomach. boweH. cto.. with tho nervo forco uoccssary to keep thorn ustiio and lioiltby. Asulllbo seen by ibo cut iho Ion; nervo leccndlns from tlio baso of tho brain and ternilimt'.iuln tho bow els Is th...

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 March 1895

,,. .,-&- rgrwgg; g T" SH0i? .. lerri""-- - z'! VOL. XII. FLAGSTAFF, AKIZpNA, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1895. NUMBER U9. ?,&' ?& .Jsssssswassw .:SS.'i-..... .... ,. .-, .-A.s.gfoSK . '"- " '"''"''-IsTsssmBlTlssmr11 " 'Mill BHH r tiTHI sMiLln ii y s Ii Are You. Saving Somes Money? . And Still Living In a Rented House? Male Yoiar Home JrletpTpy And Own, It ' Yourself. We Can Furnish the Lumber. THE; IJRICISS ARE RIGHT. Arizona Lumber and Timber Co. nti ITI L00I5 0er t)e Fer)Ge, ar)d -sS $ IF THIS ARRESTS Your attention, wo wish to inform you iliat wo twjV'K ' (111 Overfilling 111 inn "5 11nt of mniineiei.il. so- cii'ly nnil general job wmk. Wo have llio facilities mid aie pieparu to do nil stiles of printing. When you aru IN A HURRY 1-& Mfl or u week, wp cai Mioti with less For a job mul say you must have it In an hour, a day an do it for fuss mid more suiety than any other establish ment in Arizona. We ran handle any job f i din ii wsiling eaid to a ciiclis poster. A PLEASE...

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 March 1895

jaSaS-" v8fcjfek Miimujjim,Ji.nu'i.ji-tiJj.'j':m.lj. 'i! (( ! 'i'hc oconiix0 juu. C. M. Funston. Kurron. THUKSDAY. MAKCH, 28, 1805. nh'.iTliilInn r.itos. nnovpnr 1IC0 " blMi.nnths .. SOU " " thrCOinouUls . . 100 AfltcrtMn" rules plten upon application Address ull communications, nnd nuLo nil remittances to 0. JI KuisSTOt., ringstaff. Arizona r'niort'dnttlioriasstallpost otllco as scc-ond-i-lass matter. Si'lliNO is lii'io. but tli.iuk tho Loitl tllU .'1)1 111 JT JITl i hi ill hlKIW bouiul. Asam'i uf lililjiistuic,i$lliiu'ilitt,i!iitli Aiizoiut lcisl.ituioi'dmiuH's f.iroinbl tith thu l.ito tiiilaniuuldl uatioiistl COHJilCSS. Pkescott is in tears hut the failuio to sectliu Ihu lciniit.il nf tlio leiiitoil.il penitent! u , but tlio litistliiifr eil) of tlio noith will i center without stii) gi eat loss of slri'p. GltOVKK I., it is b.iid, ionteniil,itcs a ttip aioiuul tlio umlil .it ttio eiiia tion of his teim, in hopes of excelling thu welcome- leceheil l Gi-.iut. (Jo now, Giowr, jolt n...

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 March 1895

v. Jw.Sff' ... a - -V OVER A MILLION LOSS. Roid Bros ' Biff Paoking Houbo a Mass of Ruins. Kxplodlng Unit In the Fertilizing Works the Cause Six Hundred ami Fifty Men Thronn Out of Lu lloymcuta Kansas Citv, Kun., March 25. The roost destructive flro In tlio history of Kansas City broke out at 0:43 o'clock last night" in Held llros.' big packing house in Armourdalc. Of all that mag nificent plant, covering fifteen acres of ground and valued with Its contents, at 82,000,000, only three buildings were saved. Eleven buildings wero de stroyed and the loss will probably ag gregate considerably over 81,000,000. The cause of tho tiro is not definitely known, but is said to havo been an ex plosion of dust in tho fertilizer works, which formed part of tho mammoth "hog building," in which the flames wero first discovered. The flro swopt over the plant with terrific rapidity, licking up tho fat and grease-saturated structures like a famished monster. Tho firo departments of both Kansas Citys, A...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 28 March 1895

U tf Jje Oteoniitjor gun PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff the county Beat of Coco nlno county. CURRENT COMMENT. Chicago boasts tlint there nro 200 literary pcr&oas anil poets among her citizens. Tin: ox-slaves of Atlanta, Ga., hxvo started a movement for nn organiza tion of ex-slaves throughout the sooth. The supremo court holds that pen sion regulations are entirely within the control of congress; that no man has a legal right to one. New Yoiik city expects soon to havo the two finest hotels in tho world. The William Waldorf-John Jacob Astor feud has taken tho form of hotel rivalry, regardless of expense. TwExrr-six states and territories thus far havo appointed commissions on national uniformity of law, and the movement hns roached a point where its future usefulness is assured. Thominent adherents of tho late monarchy in Hawaii have formed a club for tho purpose of carrying out a policy aiming at tho annexation of the inlands to the United States. The Pittsburgh Dispatch...

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 March 1895

ffij.O iSg?5t i'W -Jsart;-t.v-. i . . jf tkU- i---XL-, ,.- .- sifiiJl!x&, yto&sjz&tfta 1 AN INTERVIEW. How a Groat Frenchman Was Boaton by a Girl Ro porter. I nra n lady journalist, and engaged on tlio staff of tlio Weekly Ray. I never was a pudding-ancl-pio sort of girl; and I thinlc when I started going to town, and left the household duties to my sister, my pcoplo actually felt a sense of relief. For somo timo I wrote at random, sending in contributions to all sorts of papers, some of which reached their mark. Tlio majority, however, like carrier pigeons or tho Australian boom erang, faithfully returned to mo. At Inst I attracted the attention of the editor of tho Weekly Ray, or at least my work did; and after a few more successes ho offered mo a post on his paper. "A lady interviewer, you know, Miss Neville," said ho to me, "can frequent ly attain her object where a man would fail, and I shall bo glad to sco what success you muy have nt the business." Timo went on, 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. — 28 March 1895

I J P: I '. v i I ; II!, i m hi 1 t i, WOMAN AND HOME. TWO GIRL STUDENTS. tlmr They Keep llouao Cozlly In a New .York Skyscraper. Women bachelors In theso days occu py aa acknowledged place. In social life, and their menages vary from the. very handsome establishments, whero the lair hostesses glvo entertainments thai; vie with thoso of tho richest ma trons ol their acquaintance to tho fun ny and pretty littlo nests in a "sky scraper" of a couplo of girl students. My incomo is exactly Sl,200 a year," Kvld one of theso independent damsels the other day to a New York Tribuno writer, "not nearly enough for a fash lonablo girl to dress on, and yet I man age to livo a very pleasant lifo on that amount. I dress quite nicely, as you bcc; 1 go to all tho newest plays and see tho best pictures and spend my sum mers at tho seashoro or in tho moun tains. How do I manage it? Well, I will tell you if you promlsonotto think xnc egotistical if I talk so much of my eclf. In tho first place, I 'chum...

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. — 28 March 1895

. JU.A, '-ftSfa ,f. -.v-v:... .ii Ljb- -.v,.f .an fgrfy; Prysfw. : MMA.. - ! .jk-.Jk f Iic (Etocouhwr Jtou. THURSDAY. MAHCU 28. 1895. NOT1UK TO Till: I'UIILIU. All contracts and bills for advertising pay able monthly. llulni'ss locals 10 cents per lino for flrst In eertlon, unci A cents per lino (or each subsu qucnt Insertion Tiik Cocotu.vo Sds Is pleased to contrlbuto In public imittcis. but all notices of festivals, fairs, meetings of societies, suppors. enter tainments and mention of marriages, births and deaths, beyond tho regular announce ment, will bochatgvd for at regular rates. CITY SUNBEAM3. About till tho travelers to Ph.ienix aro homo again. Tho Oddfellows will givo a dance at Williams on tlio evening of April 10. IJt'ti Colli i has returned from Win slow, ami will prubibly rem tin in this burg. Now that Williams' water works is in good repair a dairy will shortly bo started thore. For a dinner pill ami general family cathartic wo conli.luntly reoimiuionvl llonil's pills....

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. — 28 March 1895

M a. y 1 , r ! 'fc 'II M uni i&wh imflus mnmm jjiiit't-s i lVJHMHI wirTrff B i , Im b i I "BsiTnTaaM PTSOTrOR A CASE IT Will. NOT CURC.B An agTCcaMe laxative andNruvE Tokto, Bold by Drusnlsta or BOnt ty Ball. 2C-, Wo. and 51.00 per pr.cafro. Samples tree. The I"avor!tn Tfldnt POWEta i fortaoTociaand Eroath,2oc. CQjb.l-dr sulu by . 15. Kuwiirils. The Human Electrical Forces 1 How They Control the Organs of the Body. Tho electrical forco of tho human body, as tho ncrvo fluid may bo termed, li on espe cially attractlvo department ot science as It exerts so marked anlcfluenco on tho health of tho organs of tho body. INe-xo forco Is pioduccd by tho brain uud conveyed by means of thu nerv cs to iho arlous cretins of tho body, thussupplylng tho latter with tho viiaiuy neicssiiry vo in sure their In alt i. lha pneunioisustrlo nerve, as shown hero, may bo said to lo the moil important ottbeo.ittro nervo sys tem, a It supplies tho licirt. Inn j, stomach, bowels, etc., with tho ncrvo forco...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 4 April 1895

- vmrnmsBmimmm m'mpm . -isbu. kmsmmm. r-asas &&&'& : ?? M. &SES JKF-' eehlt) mt 1 t PHOENIX, A T Territorial Libraiy NUMBER 30. FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THUESDAY, APBIL 4, 1895. VO'j. XII. .,,-! -- .' iw - . . " ' v .! i'msrywesft .'kme;1"'!' i.-i "St- j . Ik--.' ' ... A.re You '" :n ' '-:- ' Sexvirit; Sonne Money? And Still Living In a Rented House? VIeil-ce Your.'-Home Meirprpx j !( " ,.-' V " A, . Jv ' And Own It Yourself. -- Lumber. 4 ,$T1V. We Can Furnish the TME: PRICES ARE RIGHT. Arizona Lumber and Timber Co. (VfcfcVy'V L00I5 OVer Y)e Fer)ee, ar)d IF THIS ARKESTS Your iiltciition, wo wish to inform you that wu ulo everything in the lino of commercial, so ciety mid general job Wo have, tho facilities mill are 3f TilEY FOUND AN AZTEC COD! Eemarkable Disoovery of - Three Tenderfoot Travelers at the Oliff Dwellings. A Urcnt Stono Fnco Tlint Sits Up Alott Forever, Watting for tlio World to Die Strange Sounds Tlintllnunt the Oinyon In the Dark Hours of Night. Early l...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 4 April 1895

jfsr; iT 4 W . JJh -raraw iff cttt t,.H '.. t, is ii if $h &0jcmnu0 Jhw. C. M. Funston. Editor. THURSDAY. AFItIL, i, 18D5. ubscrlptlon rates, one year W.no " nix months .... 2.00 " " three nionthi 1.00 Adrcrtlslnr rate Riven upon application Address all communications and make nil remtttanoo to 0. M Kohsiok, Flagstaff. Arizona. Entered at the Flagstaff pott offloe as second-class matter. Czaii CAitrr.NTEit and his cringing follower! should bo rulcgiitetl to the oblivion of a farmyard. With all of. tho natural scenic won. derc ndj.u't'iit Fla.sialT ought to litivu quite au intlux of touiisls this suiiuncr. Wxli. b Cooper rr tiros from tho Florence "Tribune" and Chiilus D. Re)))- is his successor. Mr. Keppy is a newspaper man of superior ability, and TliK SUN wishes liim success. The discovery of a white deer in the Coconino forest is reported iu our local columns to-day, and we shall now look for the early anival of au army of museum maungers and circus agents on the search for f...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 4 April 1895

S'V." FT" . Ik I " V5UH& JifVfiJi- . 'afaev' .ttm Jji3l rf&&& 'i -, A'-arijus" 11 THE WAR IS OVER. Unconditional Armistice, Declared by tho Eraporor of Japan. All lliMtllltlM to Come Attcniptcil Assas. (Inutlon if LI lluiiK L'liaiiB tho l.iuo-iInimn Will llo rut tu n Test. Wvhinutox, March SO. Tho era jwrnr of Japan has declared an uncon ditional armistice, tho news being con drined at the Japanese legation, where it was staled that a cablegram to .this eifcet had been received from tho home government. China mado tho of fer of tho armlstico and tho peace plenipotentiaries of Japan were empowered by tho emperor to accept it without condition. This was done in view of tho "unexpected event" that happened, viz., tho attempted assassi nation Of Li Hung Chang. Tho armis tice. Minister Knrlno, of tho Japaucso legation, said, will bo effective until the peaco negotiations nro concluded. After a meeting of tho peaco ambassadors had been decided on China requested the declar...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 4 April 1895

A, '"mmmsummm wsSfta &l i i i 3 .1 1 "Hli . if "V- WOMAN AND HOME. PRETTY MICROBE EXPERT. Anna Williams, of New York, and Iter Peculiar Work. Such, o shy, diffident Httlo woman, only fivo feet high, with hands just big enough to lift tho big bottles off tho shelves, and bright eyes which look as it they could sco tho friskiest of mi crobes even without tho aid of a mag nifying gloss! This is Miss Anna Wil Uams, tho young woman who assists Dr. llriggs, of tho bacteriological labor atory of tho board of health, to find out whether tho germs of tuberculosis, cholera or diphtheria nro most ram .pagcous within tho city limits. . Sho was very busy when a New York iidvortiser man went to sco what a fcminlno bacteriologist accomplished. 8ho was whisking about tho sunny room, with its broad windows and tows of long tables. First she would fill a great crystal bowl with water and wrinklo up her brow nnd draw her mouth down at tho corners to discover If it was puro and unadulterated; then ...

Publication Title: Coconino Weekly Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Coconino weekly sun. — 4 April 1895

Is. aft- jSL.s&jktil- jLj&J&&. t. 1 m. jm&ezimmm aSM - St. "VijsS, Vfil "TELLS GOOD STORIES. "Tho Oauso oftCongrosgmnn Alton's Groat Popular!!. "Whenever lie Open Ills Month Ills Col leagues Kxpcct to Hear Something 1'ut Ills Iitr or Late Finan cial legislation. ISpeolal Washington Lctter.l Congressman John Allen, of tho First Mississippi district, Is regarded as ono of tho brightest, wittiest and most en tertalnirg oratora In tho houso of rep resentatives. Whenever ho is accorded tho floor ho has a largo audience In tho galleries, and tho members always con gregate about his scat and pay tho closest attention to his remarks. This Is not only becauso Mr. Allen is an ablo nnd fluent talker, but becauso ovcry ono who over heard him knows his un common power of Illustration. Ho hokb tho attention of his auditors, and thoy havo learned to expect a good anecdoto from him whenever ho speaks. And they usually hear at least ono. "TELL HIM TO DRAW 0X ME." Mr. Allen has 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. — 4 April 1895

KKHB SJSjiT iW T i. . J Sv c I id .1 it t t 1 I Ijc Ofemnujcr grot PUBLTSnED EVERY THURSDAY At Flagstaff tho county seat of Coco nino county. CURRENT COMMENT. A govkhsmkxt force of 150 inon will soon bo set to work to survey tlio In dian territory. Ovf.h 3,000 w omen havo registered in Dayton, O., ami will vote for bchool olllccrs next month. A sew streot car motor propelled by pas lias been invented at lierlin. It is cheaper than electricity and has no trolley wires. The pension bureau has begun the work of raising all low pensions to S'l per month. About 40,000 pensioners will be affected. The Louisville (Ky.) school board has granted tho use of about forty pub lic school buildings for tlioG. A. R. en campment next September. Amoxo tho birthday presents to 1'rinee Bismarck which arrived at .Kriederlchsruhe v as a pair of Amer ican buffaloes from the Cincinnati zoological gardens. M. ItinoT, tho French premier, stated that his government was prepared to take "a position calculated ...

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