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THE COCONINO WEEKLY SUN: THURSDAY, FEBItUAllY 4, 1892.
Site (Cwdulno McMy un.
a M. rossTOS, Editor and Proprietor.
Subscription rates, ouo year ft 00
six month . ... 2.00
. " three month 1.00
Advertising rates ghen upon application
Address nil communications nnd mako nil
remittances to V. M. l'usiO!, riugsUlT,
Entered at tlio riagitaff post ofllco as sec-ond-clavs
THURSDAY, FEIJKUAKY 4, 1892.
The Chilian war h over.
It Is barely possible that ouo or two
of tho tciTitoiics will bo admittcil to
statehood during this session of con-
The action of President Harrison in
the Chili matters meets with the ap
proval of every American citizen inc
spcctivo of patty.
The United States supremo cotut
has decided that Governor liojd, of
Nebraska is a citizen of tho United
States and thcrcforo entitled to the
ofllco to which ho is elected. There
ought not to have- been any question
about it, in tho first place. Governor
Boyd will resumo his duties somo tinio
The first number of the Arizona
Wining Kcport has been issued. It is
mibllshed at Phoenix by Kobinsou &
Perrine, and is an excellent journal,
both in value of matter and typograph
ical appearance. A good miniug jour
nal has loug been one of tho ueeds of
the territory, nud tho Sun wishes tho
new venture abundant success.
The first white enamel factory iu
tho United States will bo located at
Dubuque, Iowa, and the plans for it
have just been received from Germany.
Tho process of manufacturing these
goods is a secret ami that it may not
bo discovered tho building will bo con
structed without doors or window ex
cept thoso opening iiuin iuuer comt.
The suptemo couit in the matter of
Cochise county, vs. A. J. Hitter, teas
urer, denied a rehearing. Tho Pros
pector says that the result of tho de
cision is to declare the bondsmen of A.
J. Hitter on his bond as county treas
urer, not bound for tho amounts for
which they qualified, for tho reason
that ono of tho bondsmen, Martin Cos
tello, withdrew from said bond which
is held to nullify tho bond and releases
all the other bondsmen upon it.
The heartfelt sympathy of tho Sun
is extended to Mr. and Mrs. Eb Wil
liams, who a few days ago lost their
eldest son, lloss. Jttdgo Williams and
family have been stopping at Nogalcs
for some time, and his death occurred
there, lloss was about twenty-two
j ears of age, and a young man of more
than ordinary literary attainments,
and tho idol of his parents, who have
a host of friends in uoi thcrn Arizona
who sincerely sympathise with them
in their bereavement.
Chicago has no largo hall at its dis
posal and the democrats arc in a quan
dary for a hall iu which to hold their
National Convention. Tho Art Insti
tute, which now controls tho Exposi
tions, refuses to give up that building,
bccaue it has agreed with the World's
Fair pcoplo to raiso it, and tho audito
rium and armories arc not large enough.
Tho transportations building at the
World's Fair grounds answers all pur
poses, but the objection of merchants,
who will not contribute if tho conven
tion is held so far from town, is very
The Chilean government has sent a
reply to tho ultimatum of tho United
States. The reply is as follows:
Chile agrees to withdraw the offen
sive notes sent to Scnor Matta to all
tho Chilean ministers r broad, and ac
knowledges that its issue was due to an
error of judgment. Cliljo also with
draws its request for tho withdrawal
of United States Minister Eagan. Iu
addition to this the Chilean govern
ment proposes that tho affair of tho
attack on tho Baltimore's sailors in
Valparaiso bo submitted to tho arbitra
tion of some neutral nation. If this
proposition is not acceptable to tho
United States "go eminent, the Chilean
government suggests that tho matter
bo submitted to tho decision of tho su
premo com t of tho United States.
The statement made in tho Daily
Tucson Citizen that tho Republican
League clubs would elect tho delegates
to tho National convention, and which
it corrected in its next issue, is caus
ing somo very harsh expressions to bo
used by a number of republican news
papers, and justly so, if it wero tho
truth. Tho statement was so absurd
that it is hard to understand how any
one could bo mado to believe it. Tho
conventions of tho Republican party
will hereafter bo conducted as thoy
have In the past, iu a fair ami open
manner, nud whether a Republican is
a member of tho League or not, his
voice will bo listened to just ns atten
tively, nnd his counsels will have just
as much weight with all fair minded
men. That there should bo an organi
zation of tho Republicans of tho Ter
ritory, no good Republican will dis
pute. Give tho Lcagito a chance, it
may bo the means of doing good word
jn the party. ,
From our Kogular Correspondent.
Washington, Jan. 80, 1892.
Tho war crisis has passed, much to
tho disgust of tho young naval officers
and others ambitious of earning glory
at tho cannon's mouth, and of tho men
who had hoped to largely increase their
bank accouuts bv means of prolitablo-.
Government contracts, and tho pleas
ure of ordinary folks. It Is now con
sidered by thoso who were at first in
clined to blame President Harrison for
unnecessary haste in sending an ulti
mation and iu sending tho correspond
ence and his vigorous message to Con
gress, that ho was pursuing tho very
best course to bringOuhout peace. It
was necessary to convince Chili that
this Government intended to enforce
tho demands it had made by force if it
was needed, and in no other way could
this have been done so speedily. In
Congress all political differences wero
for the time forgotten, and everybody
became intensely American. Tho re
sult, as might have been expected, is
an abject apology from Chili. It is
not tho first timo that active prepara
tions for war have resulted In assuring
Farmer's Alliance rcprcsenta-
tives wero given their
first official rec
ognition in tho House by being allowed
ono hour of tho soven devoted to de
bate ou the new rules. Representative
Otis, of Kansas, after stating that tho
third party was founded on tho equal
rights Jeffersouian doctrine, ou the
policy of Washington, ami upon tho
Lincoln idea of tho superiority of labor
to capital, criticised the rules as con
ferring a dangerous power ou the
Speaker and tho Committee ou Rules.
Representative Watson, of Georgia,
made tho principles of the Allianeo tho
basis of his remarks, stating that the
toiling millions of tho laud were look
ing to those principles as their only
means of relief. Other Alliance mem
bers also mado brief remarks.
If Oklahoma does not beconio a state
duriug the present Congress it will not
bo for any lack of effort on tho part of
Delegate Harvey, who looks after the
inteiests of that hustling territory iu
tho House. He has already introduced
a bill to that effect.
The resolution providing for an in
vestigation as to whether tho appro
priations heretofore made for tho
World's Fair have been judiciously ex
pended has been favorably reported to
the House, and it will be passed. This
docs not Indicate a hostile feeling to
wards tho Exposition; on tho contrary,
it is intended to furnish tho managers
au opportunity to show Congress how
well tho appropriations have been
spent, as an inducement to grant tho
appropriation of 5,000.000 now asked
for. There arc those, however, who
do not think tho showing mado will be
favorable to tho managers.
A bill to prohibit tho sale of firearms
to Indians residing on reservations has
been favorably reported to the Senate.
Representative Livingston, of Geor
gia, this week introduced a bill for the
establishment of a system of sub-treasuries,
iu accordance with the Ocala
demands of the Farmer's Alliance.
Representative Bowers, of Califor
nia, is not enamoured of the new House
rules. He says his pcoplo want somo
appropriations for their harbors, and
that if he understands the rules aright
he will not bo "in it" unless ho can get
a "pull" ou tho River and Harbor
Thero is a movement among the
Cleveland Democrats to throw their
strength to Carlisle, if, as reported,
Mr. Clcvelaud shall decline to allow
his name to go "beforo tho convention.
This movement is so new that its
strength cannot bo estimated at this
time, but thero aro good reasons for
tho belief that Mr. Cleveland will not
favor the nomination of Carlisle.
The Senato without a division ado--
ted tho repot t of tho Committee on
Elections confirming tho right of Sen
ator Chilcot, appointed by tho Gov
ernor of Texas to servo out tho unex
pired term of Senator Reagau, to his
Ever sinco China refused to receive
ex-Senator Blair as Minister from this
country thero have been ugly rumors
around Washington intimating that the
itillticueo of certain Americans inter
ested iu certain concessions which thoy
hoped to get from China had more to
do with it than Mr. Blair's Congres
sional record on the Chinese question.
Whether tho rumors influenced Senator
Morgan I cannot say, but ho this week
offered a resolution, which was adopted
by tho Senate, requesting tho President
to furnish copies of all thu correspond
ence between tho two got ernmonts ou
tho subject, if it can bo doiio without
injuiy to tho public iutcreits.
The National Board of Trade, with
representations from all the principle
cities of tho country, has been iu ses
sion hero for thrco days this week. A
feature of tho meeting wis an attack
on tho Iuter-Stato Commerce law,
which tho board docs not bjllevo in.
The appointment of T. D. Hammond
as clerk of tho supremo court, to fill
tho vacancy caused by tho resignation
of J. E. Walks, is a good ono nnd will
give universal satisfaction. Mr. Ham
mond will make a capaple and compe
tent clerk. Republican.
The ago is ono of rapid progress
and wo aro iu it. Our patrons aro
among tho most progressive of tho na
tion. Thoy aro quick to take advan
tage of a good offer. Wo make a great
many; but when wo recently offered a
set of tho memoirs, cither of Grant,
Sheridan, Sherman, McClellan, or Lee,
in their respective original editions, foi
50 cents a set, in connection with n
years' subscription to tho Cosmopolitan
Magazine, $3, and a years' subscription
to this paper, ?4 $7.60 In all wc
fairly outdid ourselves.
Thousands of orders have already
been received by tho publishers, so that
if our friends w ish to avail themselves
of this extraordinary opportunity, they
must wako.up. No such offer has ever
beforo been made to tho reading public
ami it is doubtful if it will ever be du
plicated. Again wo say, "wako up!"
If not on reading terms with tho
magazine, send postal card request for
a free sample copy to tho Cosmopoli
tan Publishing Company, Madison
bquare, New York City.
A Very Common "Want.
"Out of sorts," "distrait," "the
blues," these aie familiar appellatives
for uncomfortable, ttndefiuablo sensa
tions, accompanied with lassitude,
nervousness, indigestion. Poverty of
tho blood, to remedy which au effective
stomachic persistently used is the par
amount need, is conclusive evidence
that tho system is insufficiently nour
ished because and for no other causo
where organic disease does not exist
tho food is not assimilated. Reinforce
tho flagging energies of tho stomach,
reform an irregular condition of the
bowels, keep up a healthy secretion of
tho bilo with llostettcr's Stomach Bit
ters. For over thirty years this popu
lar medicine has supplied tho common
want of tho nervous invalid, the dys
peptic and of persons deficient in vital
ity, an efficient tonic. To its power of
imparting strength is attributable its
efficacy as a preventative of malaria
and la grippe. Thoroughly effectiwis
it too for rheumatism, kidney com
plaint and neuralgia.
A Uold AVntch nnd -tsiUl.
That is what every agent reccirue
who puts up a club ou our $1 per
Our 14-karat gold filled cases aro
warranted for twenty years. Fine
Elgin or Waltliam movement. Stem
wind and set Ladle's or Gent's size.
Equal to any 50 watch. To secure
where wo have none, we sell ono of tho
Hunting Case Watches for the club
prico of $28 and send C. O. D. by ex
press with privilege of examination
before paying for same.
Our ngent at DiirlinmvN. C, writes:
"Our jewelers have confessed they
(lout know how you can furnish such
work for the money."
One good reliable agent wanted for
each place. Write for particulars.
EMPIRE WATCH CO.,
18 and 50 Maiden Lane, New York.
The Graham County Bulletin of Jan
uary loth places the delinquent tax
list of that county at a trillo over forty
thousand dollars, or about two thirds
of tho total amount of the tax roll. The
counties of At izon.i generally ore large
ly delinquent, but it will not alwajsbo
so. Unhapilv, however, we arc unable
to fix the date whetc they can show an
equally poised balances sheet. State
hood, it is argued, by thoso who favor
it, will set all things even, and when
statehood is fully inaugurated thesands
of every river and spring branch in Ar
izona, as in the liver Pactolux, will
turn to gold. Holt.
ForThroat and Lungs
"I have been ill for
Hamorrhago "about five years,
"have had the best
Fivo Years, "medical advice,
"and I took the first
"dose in some doubt. This result
" ed in a few hours easy sleep. There
' was no further hemorrhage till next
"day, when I had a slight attack
" which stopped almost lmmediate
"ly. By the third day all trace of
" blood had disappeared and I had
"recovered much strength. The
"fourth day I sat up in bed and ate
"my dinner, the first solid food for
"two mouths. Since that time I
"have gradually gotten better and
"am now able to move about the
"house. My death was daily ex-
"pected and my recovery has been
"a great surprise to my friends and
" the doctor. There can be no doubt
"about the effect of German Syrup,
" as I had an attack just previous to
"its use. The only relief was after
" the first dose." J.R. LouGnnBAD,
ricktf ! Cftbtott Bit Fktn-H.
Alio rail wruun aeior ipii no
.eladllf rtilficaew) f rrspteUblt
UkdlM who wMt to eorrctMD 1 for
IfsDor zutrlmef, iBt fa putt,
eI4 tDTclprralr 10 ft
;t ua nuoMui'n buj i
Hdi with vhaa too with to
TMiMnd. Cob wit too. A41u
DRAWER 897 CHICAGO III.,
op an ACTRES:
WRITTEN BV HERSELF.
W .- .u l nmA Imftl th VnflMMt.
BHfalliMKl umptauoni wlilcn aall yoongitlrl
tlso wialnrt Tinuo art wjotle A jit ex.
dojo of tlio pnonl Me of ."'' ctiM.
U ipeatoi out In -'pUm ne!l,l; for Umw Mm
rant Wtaoir tne -lnil9" of ftwal Ufe. ttiM.
CHOJI ISH ( ' ItMDMN IT-i CHICMIU(
J iH 3r v"7
EJHpr wr i t.t
A YANKEE DUDE'LL DO
well to buy his groceries of us or a dude of any nationality, for that matter.
Wo make no distinctions. Black or white, foreign or native, lich or poor, of
high or low estate, generous or close wo tteat nil alike. One plan, and that
fairness and equality, Is ouis. No class distinction, no favoritism, no cronies,
no shifting, elastic prices. Tho lowest to all.
TO WIPE THE FLOOR
with high price competitors, figaratively
ccries as low as anybody on earth.
The Arizona umber & Timber CL
MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN .
SURFACED, MATCHED AND GROOVED.
FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, MOLDINGS,
RUSTIC, SHINGLES AND LATH, SAWED
OR HEWN CROSS-TIES, PILING, MINING
TIMBERS AND CAR SILLS.
Bridge Timbers Telegraph Poles.
D. M. RIORDAN, T. A. RIORDAN, F. W. SISSON.
Managkk. Assistant-Man'aoei:. Tjieasuuku
M. J. RIORDAN, Seciietaky
E. WHIPPLE St CO..
COFFINS AND GASKETS. O
O EMBALMING A SPECIALTY-
EQyMail or telegraphic oidera promptly
attended to at satisfactory rates.
LIVERY, FEED HND SKLE
Best of Driving and Saddle
Horses for fcxc.
A. O. MORSE,
CLEAR HAVANA CIGAR,
MANUFACTUHEU DY THE
EL RITO CIGAR FACTORY,
NEW YORK, N. Y.
Solil only by A. P. Giiison and
Switzeu tt Son, Flagstaff, Ariz.
World's Fair sno Diiicaoo
paios slro 9x15 Inchci. hie
nrlntwl. llnnilunmplv hound ltt Mllf cloth.
embovscd In KOld, Hiipcrbly Illustrated with
liiaKnlHccntrttnrcKontiitlons of all tlio mam
moth World's fair Buildings. i:ncht)UlldlnK
u full page, colored nlute. executed In eight
oil colorrf ut a eoijt of nearly
FORTY THOUSAND DOLLARS.
Many photographic vlows of Chicago, In
cluding u imperii hlrdVeyo vlcwof tho entire
city, fizo 13x25 inches. Thu crowning feature
is u grand cyclorama picture, lilrdVeyo view
of tho Evuosltlnn cromuls nnit hitliillnirs. in
eight oil colors, slio UxtS Indies, positively
dazzling In ningnlllcencc, revealing what will
cost over JJO,000,000.
TlioDookls for tho millions nho content
nlnto visiting Chicago In ltOi. It will ho iiur-
chaM-'d by tlio miliums who cannot go. but
who win ueKiru 10 Know jusi vrnni mcir
friends aro teeing.
THE CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME 1
AGENTS WANTKI). Art nnlelr and vn.l
can jnako hundreds of dollars. Wo want au
agent in o-rytown to elrrulato this hook,
Kxcluaho territory given. It'Hi-llmii night,
Agents arc meeting with unparalleled suc
cess. Ono ngent denied M50ln 9 days; un
other reports 320 orders t lio tlrst v. eclc.
Hooks on 30 davn credit. I.lhornl terms.
Wrlto for full particulars, or to secure tho
agency insianiiy, scnuoniyia rrnis lor au
elegant and complctocanasslng out lit.
Address tho bolo grncrnl agents for Arizona.
PACIFIC PUBLISHING COMPANY,
1330 Market ht., iin TruncUco, Callfi.riilii
NOTICES FOlt PUUI.ICATION.
Land OrncE at PnnscoTT. Amu.,
December 22, SMI.
Notlco Is hereby given that tho following
to mako fitml proof In cup port of his claim,
and that ftald proof will bo mado boforo ,T.
Ollllirln fitl tr.i, llnllnil(!tnfn.lVi...l ........ I..
i..u....w Ji. .fV. ..mill. UlUINWUI I. .UI1IIIII'-
Mouer at IJugstalT, Arizona, on Saturday.
February 0. 18ffi. viz: llenjaniln Donor,
Declaratory btatement No. 2.1KJ, for tho N
EUbCC.DO, twp 21N. It 7 II Ho names tho
following witnesses to provolils continuous
residence npon, and cultivation of, said land.
Aublncau, Iiobert h. Turner, all of ri.igstaif.
J. C, JlAmw, Register.
Wo sell gro-
CiocKeru am Glassware
SQrClothtng Made to Order.
Has opened o now
E-ist i-f Babbitt's Store,
AH kinds of general Wack
.tniitliing promptly and satisfac
llOILSi; MIOKINCJ , Nl'EClALTV.
Tiio Wagon Shop in connection
is in chargo of II. Van Nokmak.
GIVE THE HEW SHOP YOUR WORK.
speaking, is our aim
- .y ''. "
THE BANK HOTEL
The Leading Hotel of Northern Arizona.
Tourists and commercial travelers will find the
above named hotel complete in all the modern im
provements of the day. The management will spare
nopains to cater to the wants of his patrons.
Rooms by the Day, Week or Month.
Also Dining Room attached, where nothing but
the best the market affords is served to Guests.
T. JT. Coalter, Prop.,
The best and Cheapest House in town
for Fine Whiskies, Brandies,
Wines and Cigars..
Fino Amber Bourbon Whiskey,
Cold Spring 3-ycar Old Whiskey,
Game Cock 3-ycar Old Whiskey,
J. F. Cutter 4-year Old Whiskey,
W II. M. Brayer Gyear Old "
Fine 4-year Old California Brandy.
Holland Gin, etc.
Remember on S.
TO TI1E GOOD TEOFLE OF FLAGSTAFF, GREETING :
We offer for your inspection a complete line oi Staple and
Fancy Groceries. Our buyers have scoured the markets, and
wc can now offer at most reasonable prices (quality considered)
the result of their labor.
Dry Goods and gents1 Furnishing Department,
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 offered in Flagstaff. Fail not to visit our
store and see for yourself, the famous bargains offered. You
will never forget them .
BOOT 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 .
We have everything you can ask for in this line, such as
Doors, Sash, Redwood Shingles, Paints, Oils, Glass, Cement,
Plaster Paris, Etc. A full line of Hardware and Stoves.
I am plodding along and taking life just
as easy as I can. Am selling good straight
goods, for cash at a moderate profit, and I
find it a first-rate way to do business and
keep my trade. I don't aim to become rich
in one year. H ave no particular extra bang
up bargains to offer; no old stock on hand;
no wife at present (I am sorry to say) to
blow in my wealth (she's visiting her relatives
east.) No book accounts to worry over. If
there is anything that will fret a merchant
and keep him full of grief, it is old book ac
counts against Tom. Jack and the Devil.
Tom's account is good when it rains; Jack's
when you get it, and the Devil's is no good,
rain or shine.
BEER ALWAYS IN STOCK.
Side of Railroad.
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