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THUKSDAY, JAKUAllY 7, 1892.
go to woik.
aro over. Prepare to
Kunmno expenses are thoso which
you pay as you go.
Local pride is most apparent in peo
ple with land for sale.
The fellows who joke most about the
grip are thoso who haven't had it.
Gooi looks go a. long way, but
finally tho paint wears off aud there
The Russian Government has oi tier
ed four new ironclads. The job of
preserving tho pence, of Europe goes
It may be that a crank epidemic hai
set in. Ilttt thero will bo no general
alarm on this account. Few oftisnic
millionaires. When the cranks get
down to ten-hundred-dollars-a-year
.pcople there will be more excitement.
The appointment of ex-Congressman
11. W. Perkins to fill the vacancy
occasioned by tho death of Senator
Plumb, meets with tho approval of the
Kansas republicans, many of whom
feared that c.x-Scnator Ingalls would
receive the appoiutmeut.
EmvAitu M. Field, the New York
banker, w ho wrecked the fortunes of
many, has been declared insane aud
sent to an asylum. It is a convenient
way to escape tho penitentiary, and
rcmoi o somo of tho disgrace of his
acts. After tho storm blows over, Mr.
Field mav recover.
Ir llaudit Garza's forces continue to
iuereabo on tho Mexlcau border ns
rapidly as they have been increasing
in the past month the United States
will need its entire army in Texas and
have "nar" a soldier left to send to
Chili. However, soldiers can easily bo
enlisted for tho Chilian campaign, if
one is precipitated.
-Fathek Ohkwaldeu 6.1 s that the
Mahdi is losing his energy, and that
Mahdism is dying out in the Soudan.
LiThc present Mahdi is 13 years old, and
lias a harem w ith 150 inmates. Under
the circumstances Father Ohrwalder's
Matcmeut that lie is losing his energy
is easily credited, and his suggestion
that tho Soudau should be reconquered
may probably bo acted upon.
The Kaiser is said to bo extrava
gantly fond of white, especially of
white tiousers Tho lato Governor
Hovey of Indiana had a similar liking
for white a liking that extended even
to tho me of white roso extract as his
favoiito perfume. His liueu was al
ways immaculate in its glossiness, and
housed U) buy his white neckties in
In lots of twenty-five, so that tho in
stant one became soiled ho could re
place it with a fresh one.
A iiuildiko of iteel and glass twelve
stories high will bo erected in New
Yoik city for manufacturing purposes.
.Jt will probably not rank high archi
tecturally; but It will be strong, and
the-workers in It will have plenty of
light, as tho apertures for windows,
owing, to the peculiar construction,
will be very large. It will be a very
large concern, a fact which brings to
tho attention of matiy something usu
ally overlooked, that New York, in
addition to being a great comniorcial
city, is also tho center of au enormous
A Minneapolis man has asked tho
intervention of tho law to prevent
another man from making love to the
plaintiff's sister. Minneapolis humau
naturo Is entirely exceptional if that
sister docs not manage to receive and
encourage her suitor, if slio wants to,
courts and an officious brother fo the
contrary notwithstanding. Thlngif
liavo reached a pretty pass, Indeed, If
tho scales of justice can bo balanced
in that frontier settlement as to allow
a brother to determlno who can re
ceive his sister's affections. The e es
of tho nation will bo kept upon that
Puf.mctio.h aro freely mado that
tho horticultural display at the World's
Fair will bo tho finest ever witnessed.
It will easily beat that at Philadelphia
In 187C, for nt that time tho United
States had mado no particular advan
ces in horticulture. Thero was plenty
of fruit, but It was mainly of the char
acter called for by a people not jet
captious, but only desirous of being
abundantlv supplied. MuPo then wl
haiii grown exacting, and now variety
and quality aro as much thought of as
quantity was fonneijy. Uuilortlio cir
cumstances great things may bo look
ed for, and the prediction may safely
bo made that in 18t)3 tho American
)K!ople will for IliD first time gain a
proper conception of (ho enormous
possibilities of thojr country in this
Tim London anarchist who showed
his contempt for parliament by firing n
pistol ut tho building in which it meets
is more considerate than most men
who hold his peculiar views. Instead
of filing at brick walls they prefer to
discharge their weapons at tho men
who inhabit them.
In tho death of Hon. William C.
Ilazcldinc, Northern Atizona losses an
earnest friend. In his intercourse
i 1th tho people of this section ho was
always liberal and ho made many
frleuds by his cheerful disposition.
His death removes ono of tho ablest
attorneys from the bar of New Mexico
In sending to Itiilli Cleveland a
child's rocklug-ehnir made from tho
door of (Jen. Grant's "old log cabin
home," tho St. Louis Furniture Hoard
of Trado suggested a lullaby accom
paniment that has a placo besido
"Annie Kooney," aud "Only a Pansy
Ulossom." Uuth is very liable to grow
up and kick on that Chi istmas gift.
The Albuquerque Democrat will soon
be ensconced in its new "home," the
corner-stone for the same having been
laid on tho 20th of December. Colonel
Albright is to bo congratulated upon
tho success ho has achieved with his
paper, and wo hope to see a continu
ance of the same. The Colonel showed
his enterprise by getting out a sixteen
page New Year edition, which was re
pleto with useful information concern
ing New Mexico, anil profusely illus
trated. The New York' Sun reports tho re
Nival of American ship building in vari
ous ports all oi er the country. Not
only on the Great Lakes, but in the
shipyards of the Atlantic, at Hath,
Hangor, Poitland, Boston, New York,
Wilmington, aud over on tho Pacific
Coast at San Francisco, great and
.small merchant ships aud steamships
aio being built. This revival of Amer
ican ship building comes from tho re
ciprocity clause of tho McKinley law,
and It is gratifying that a Democratic
paper is first to noto its progress, al
though it does not ascribe it to tho real
The Government, it is stated, con
templates fitting up a largo merchant
vessel as a machine shop to do duty in
tho Pacific and save tho cost incidental
to war vessels lcawng their statious in
order to have repairs ciiccteii. bucn a
device might provo of great value in
time of war, but under ordinary cir
cumstances the old plan of changing
statious is the best, as it permits the
officers and men to revisit their own
country without severing their rel.i
tions w itli the ship to which they are
attached and with whose workings
they aro more familiar than a new
crew could possibly be.
The Iiish thnamiters aro at work
again, and at o likely to do somo mis
chief. They have been very quiet for
a long time, influenced no doubt by
tho reproaches showered upon them
for attempting to gain by forco that
which they could procuro in a consti
tutional way. But as tho prospect of
obtaining real homo rule diminishes
thov naturally become bolder. That is
ono way of looking at it. Hut it must
not bo forgotten that the renewal of
hostilities by tho force party may bo an
answer to the injudicious boast of tho
Conservatives that Balfour's rule has
quieted Ireland. Perhaps tho Liberals
have decided to show that things arc
not as serene sis some would wish to
have them appear in tho Emerald Isle
The miners in South Wales somo
time ago were confronted by their env
ployoro with a proposition to do away
with tho scale ystcn), which they
properly concluded was tho prelude to
a matciial reduction of wages. Nec
essarily it caused great dissatisfaction,
aud as a consequenpo C5.000 men were
thrown out of employment, The mat
ter has since been settled and tho men
have resumed work-, as more is i
significant failure to state tho terms on
which tho settlement was affected it is
not rash to assume that tho employers
gained tho day. Whenever the work-
iugmen achieve a victory tho world
soon knows nil about it, but tho suc
cesses of the employers nicnot so loud
ly proclaimed, as too much publicity
might fotm the basis for a demand for
a reduction of prices.
Ahvices from Europo in regard to
tho Capital! Prat, Chili's most formid
able vessel of war, show that this pow
erful armor-clad is already nltoal nt tho
ship aid near Toulon, aud is only
waitinjr for her armament to arrive
from Havre, Tho Capitau Prat can
take rank among the more destructive
modern vessels of war. She Is said to
bo one of tho most effective battleships
over turned out at tho famous La Seyno
shipyard. Even if Chili had a dozen
Capitau Prats there would be no rea
son for Americans to hesitate in re
quiring and compelling redress for
wrongs tho Chilians h;no inflicted.
But prudenco suggests that, if trouble
nnifct come, it had better come before
tho enemy has had tho opportunity to
receive stieli a fonuidnblo accession to
to its naal forces as tho Capitau Prat.
If war should provo to bo Inevitable,
tjicre should be no unnecessary delay.
TIIE COCONINO WEEKLY STJN: THURSDAY, JA20JABY 7, 1892.
Largo numbers of cattle arc being
shipped from Tempo.
Dr. C. W. Vickeis, of IVeseott, has
been appointed a Notary Public.
T. B. Bently, aged CO years, died at
Wlckenburg on the 22d of December.
Tho infant son of Mr. and Mrs. E. 1.
Long died at Big Bug on December 20.
Tho Comet mino at Tombstone h
shipping fifty tons of rich ore daily to
Tho editor of tho International, pub
lished at Nogaies, has been arrested
for criminal libel.
Jesso Phillips killed a silver-tipped
bear in Guadalupe conyon. It weighed
about 1,000 pounds.
V. II. Igo lias secured a five-mile
contract on tho Santa Cruz canal, nnd
will begiu work at once.
P. E. Kirkland has purchased Eli
Ptiteunoy's ranch in Williamson valley,
and will remove thero shortly.
A dead man with ids body neatly
burned In two was found near Tempo.
His identity was not established.
Dr. Jennings, of New Yoik city, lias
taken the position left vacant al; Bisbce
by tho resignation of Dr. Darlington.
Boylo & Biffar, of Cherry Creek,
worked ten tons of ore by the nrastra
process, and got 200 in bullion for
Good ore is being taken out of the
Black Eagle mine, one of tho Battle-
snake group, and work is being vigor
ously pushed on the property.
A Mexican, whoso name was un
known, was killed at Peach Springs on
Chi istmas day bv another Mexican,
named Carbgall. The latter is in jail
in Moliavo county.
Tho forco of railroad builders now
east of Yjinia will completo their con
tract thero about the 15th hist., when
work will bo commenced on the new
track on tho west slope of tho Dragoon
W. II. Thomas informs the Tempo
News that lie has discovered a larse
gold-bearing ledge in tho niotintaiiis
about eight miles north of Mesa. He
exhibited some specimens that showed
considerable free gold.
Prescott. has tho only Chinese faro
dealer iu the southwest. He goes by
the name of "Charley," and is the
only Mongolian out of eight who
escaped alive from the Walnut Grove
disaster of two years ago. Journal
Miner. Superintendent Brodio has the quar
lies in good shape, and has cleared
away the debi is at both ends of the old
Walnut dam site, and everything is iu
readiness to go ahead with the rebuild
ing of that great water storage struc
ture eaily in the spring, says tho Pres
A double wedding took place in
Mesa city Wednesday. The contract
ing parties wero John Colmanand Miss
Annie Phelps, and S. T. Barnett and
Miss Adie Colman. The newly mar
ried couples gave a free danco at Mesa
hall that night, and a most enjoyable
time was had. News.
Cal Cox, who in company with a
friend, left a short time ago for a trip
thiough Mexico, was taken seriously
111 at Nogaies, where his friend also
was taken ill and died fiom pneumo
nia. Mr. Cox was brought to Tomb
stone where ho is now, being eared for
at the Palace. Prospector.
C. C. McDonald, a native of Canada,
aged 28 years, died at Walnut Grove
of pneumonia, superinduced by 1
grippe, ou Saturday night. Ho was
engaged a3 rodmaii ou the engineer
corps of the- Walnut Grave Water
Storage company- He had been a
resident of this sectioii for several
TIjo wnT in the San Pedro river Is
higher tliis winter than ever seen be
fore at this time of year, although this
is the dryest season ever recorded. Tlic
cause 6f this phenomena is worth study
ing. The season just opening U looked
upon by farmers as u most encouraging
one, and a largely increased acreage
will be planted. Prospector.
Dr. Sabin's sou shot himself Thurs
day nlgiit at Gila Bend while shooting
the old year out, and the new year lu.
He arrived in Phoenix yesteiday and
had the ball extracted by Dr. Hughes.
Tho bullet struck Jnn iu the leg and
passed down into his foot whero it
lodged. The wound is very painful
though not serious. Gazette.
John Waters and Beu Winston came
in from the Swiss helm mountains,
whero they had been ou n hunt. They
killed sixteen white-tail deer, bringing
back to Tombstone fourteen of them.
During their trip they went through
the Swisshelm mountains from one end
to the other,. They saw no signs of
Indians or troops iu that vicinity. Wa
ters mado the bull's eyo by killing ttvo
deer nt ono shot, a feat that is not .ac
complished very often. Prospector.
Tho Prescott Courier has been in
foimed that the A. &P. railroad com
pany havo refused to- furnish ears to
transport rock from quarries near tho
Junction tp Los Angeles, to bo jisert bv
tho Los Angeles company Iu pat ing tho
streets of that cjty, on the ground that
thcquariles aro ou railroad land and
belong to tho railroad company. As
tho company operating the quarries
A DROP OF INK
TO MAKE YOU THINK.
The rush for Holiday Goods is over and gone. The pleasant gift-giving
lay is a tiling of the past and now the trade which wo expect will bo limited
o the necessaries of life. Christmas may havo mado you feel poor iu money
and rich in love. Wo aro rich in money, but don't love our goods well enough
to carry a single winter article over into the spring season. So wo inaugurate
with this advertisement a special sale of winter good-to-hnvc-groccries, at prices
that we could not offer beforo the Holidays. Come to this sale prepared to
load up for tho thrco months of cold weather we aro jet to have. Theso prices
will mnko evcryouo happy.
The majority of well-read phys
icians uow believe that Consump
tion is a germ disease. In other
words, instead of being in the con
stitution itself it is caused by innu
merable small creatures living in the
lunirs bavintr no business there and
eating them away as caterpillars do
tue leaves oi trees.
A Gorm The phlegm' that is
coughed up is those
Dlsoaso. parts of the lungs
which have been
gnawed off and destroyed. These
little bacilli, as the germs are called,
4. ..11 An 1 jHAna until 41m
are too snraii iu uc attu iu uk
...i..i l...- il.,. nra vnnr miioli
uuiicu cjfsr, uui m.jr u.v. ,w, ..-w
alive iust the same, and enter tne
body in our food, in the air we
breathe, and through the pores of
the skin. Thence they get into the
blood and finally arrive at th lungs
where they fasten aud increase with
trigbtful rapidity. Then uerman
Syrup comes in, loosens them, kills :
them, expells them, heals the places
they leave, and so nourish and
soothe that, in a short time consump-'
tives become germ-proof and well.
have taken tho contract to pave the
streets of Los Angeles u ith this stone,
thoy will probably thoroughly test the
railroad company's right to the prop
city. Tho land is s.iiil to bo iinstir-'
oycd, anil thcru is a question as to its
being railroad land.
There wero never so many great en
terprises for tho development of this!
sectioii on foot and under ay as at
present, ami the coining J ear certainly
bids fair to be fraught with events of
great benelit and inipoitance to this
section in particular and Aiiona in
general, not the least of which will be
tho annexation of Aiizona to tho Uni
ted States. Courier.
J. W. McGuwan came in from his
copper claims on the lower Hassay
ampa, Saturday evening. Ho speaks
sanguinely of these elating, which bid
fair to becomo great copper producing
properties. Says Geo. Menviu is tak
ing out soiilo temptin" looking gold
ore from the 'M-Viir&;oup of mines.
That largo bands of deer voam through
tho mountains and a liuiiter killed live
of these animals near his camp on a
recent day. Cottiier, m
Frauk Hart of Jllsbee, who was for
merly well known In Tonibstono "where
for voars he followed his trade of
baker, while, working around tho oven
iu the bakery at Hisbee on Chiistmas
night, fell on a bed of I'.Vo coals that
had been raked out preparatory to
baking. He was tinablo to liscand
before anyone was brought to his aid
ho roeehed deon burns from the ef
fects of which he suffered for several
davs, until death mercifully came to
his release. Prospector.
Mrs. J. J. Chatham, of Nogaies, pre
sented her husband with a thirteen
pound boy for a Christinas present.
Col. Ohnthsun is postmaster at Nogaies
and is also editor of tho Nogaies Her
ald, lu a paragraph in tho latter ho
.apologizes as follows for any irregular
ities or delinquencies that may have
occurred during holiday week: "I
havo been busy with the largest and
linest cnibriouio statesman aud Pres
idential possibility iu Arizona. 1
know you will forgive any apparent
A great volume of smoke arose iu
South Prescott Satuiday evening Inst
from tho lcsideuco owned nnd occu
pied by Ed Ilttike. tho roof of which
was soon iu Haines. Neighbors hasi
eued to tho threatened home, and with
tho assistance of tho lire depai Uncut,
soon extinguished tho Haines, not, how
ever, beloie about ?500 damage was
done. Firo is supposed to havo origi
nated fropi a Uno which had become
cracked by tho settling of the house.
Mr. 15 ink i! carried somo insurauce ou
the propel ty. Cottiier.
Closed, a Contract.
Thomas R. Gnbcl, general malinger
of tho Atlantic & Pacific, lias returned
from his visit to Cliicrgn. He states
that the Atchison, Tupekti & Sautti Fe
aud tho Atlantic & Pacific- railio.uls
have eloscd a contract with the Mitch
ell Bros., whciehy the latter m ill im
mediately after the 1st of January be.
gin tho 'construction of their lumber
plant in the Zuui mountains, and thoy
ngreo- to furnish for transportation
12,000,000 feet of lumber per annum.
Htauncli hlilps strlko nnd founder, the fierce
winds mill inountnlnoilH waves sweep noble
milliner's "hearts of oak" to nlilpwrvck and
to death, let that does not nrovent tholub-
bcrllest landsman from risking his life on ilio
btorniy Atlantic In the rolo of tourist or com-
inerclal tuneler. Hut If ho shall iriu'h his
destination safely hu will scarcely liuvc e.s-
canctl m)iiim or tho nualiiis of hca sickness.
less hu li.kes Willi him Hoslcttcr's btomacl
Hitters, that Inimitable sped I c for nausea
Had water on Ion" Iritis mo a threat to tin
vovascr. but this mav be (kurhed In a great
oieasuro of Its disordering elletts upon the
stomach, bowels nnd llvir by the Hitters.
A ii'nst tho picjudclal eirccts of malaria,
bad diet, fatlsuo and exposure It Isalsoolll
caclous. It iivcits, moipoier. rheumatism
and kidney complaints. Don't travel on sea
or land without It.
Happy and content Is a home with "The Ro
chester; a limp wiih the lfcht of the mornfnj.
dialogues, write Rochester I-impCo.,NewYo:k.
Land Office at Pncscorr. Amz.,
December 22, WJl.
Notice Is hereby Riven that tho following
named settler lias llkd notlco of his Intention
to imiko Unal proof lu support of his claim,
nnd that said proof will bo mado beforo J.
Uuthrlo SiituRv. United Males Court Commis
sioner at I'laKstntr, Arizona, ou Satin day.
icuruary 0. isv.'. Mz: iscnjmiiln Doner.
Declaratory statement No. s. Ml. for the x
, j:,ibCO,J,ji-twp atN, u i K. ,Io immc8 tlie
i following witncst.es to prove his continuous
residence upon, and cultivation of. said land,
viz: .Marvin K. Ileal, Joseph llartlleld, Julius
Aublneau, Itobert L. Turner, all of ringstair.
J. O. Mauti.v. Iteslstcr.
Dec. 31 -Jt
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Tourists and commercial travelers will find the
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Tlic offer wlu'cl' biinys tho grp.itiist nmnunt of pliiisuro to every homo at
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Wo offer nil these for $5.00 in advance. Wo will
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June 1, 1892.
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the result of their labor.
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To friends and strangers we give a hearty invitation to
call and see our large stock of Dry Goods, Clothing and Gents'
Furnishing Goods. We have just received a large shipment
of fall and winter goods. This is an opportunity to secure the
best bargains ever effered in Flagstaff. Fail not to visit our
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BOOTS AND SHOES.
It requires no argument to convince the people that the
most reliable and cheapest place at which to buy boots and
shoes is at Babbitt Bros. They have always in stock the
latest styles and best makes.
BUIL-DIKIO MATERIA -
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