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TnE COCONlKO WEEKLY SUN: THURSDAY, MAKCH 10, 1802.
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C. M. l'cssios, Editor and Proprietor.
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Advertising rates Riven upon-appllcatton
Address all communications and maWo all
remittances to U. SI. Kfjesxos, HagstalT,
It looks like the Presidential candi
dates would be Harrison and Hill.
Entered at tho Flagstaff post olllco as second-class
THURSDAY, MAKCH 10, 1892.
The Daily Nogales Advertiser has
been enlarged to five columns and is
ItEI'UHLICAN TKRMTOIUAI. CON-
rilESCOTT, Aril., Eeb. 20, 1893. )
A convention of tho Republican party of
Arizona will bo held at tho city of Diocnlx.
on Thursday, tho 7th day of April. 1802, for
tho purpose of selecting two delegates and
two alternatives to tho National Republican
convention, to bo held at Minneapolis on the
7.h day of Juno, 1892.
Tho basis of representation will bo one
delcsato from each county, and one delegate
for each fifty otcs, and ono from each frac
tion of fifty or oer twenty-five votes cast for
Geo. W. Cheyncy for delegate to tigress m
tho November election In 1890.
Tho representation of the several counties
will, therefore, bo as follows:
Apuchc county ..
Coconino - .'
Ur.itmin . t
Ulla.. . '
l'lnal - '
Vnvapal ' :
Total number of delegates . .- 1W
Tho election of delegates from tho .state
au 1 territories, to sit In the National com mi
t on of Republicans, whereby their votes the
btandard bearer of tho -Oraud Old Tarty" Is
s -lectrd to lead on to victory, Is ono of the
mjst Important functions to bo discharged
aid surely merits full attendanco at the con-
v.'ntlou of our best and truest party men to
silect said delegates.
The Chairman of tho Territorial Republl
n Ontrnl Commltteo desires a full at
tendance at our Territorial Con ontlou, and
Wiuests that all proxies to the Contention
liu held bv member of tho Contention from
t'io camo county they ha o been bclectcd to
I'lmlrmnn Territorial Republican Ci-ntr.il
lly GEO. E. BROWN, Secretary.
IIEI'MII-ICAX IMIECINUT riUMAlt
IES AND COUNTY CONVENTION.
Tho Republicans of Coconino County arc
lrrcby called to hold primaries Intho t arlous
precincts of this county on
SATURDAY, MARCH K, 1SK,
to elect delegates to tno County convention
to bo held In Flagstaff, Coconino county, on
TCESDAY, MAUCII 1J, 18V2.
nt which convention seven delegates aro to bo
elected to represent tho Republican party, of
this county, In tho contention to bo held In
Thursday1, Arnit, 7, 1892.
for tho purpose of selecting two delegates
and two alternatives to the National Repub
lican convention which meets In Minneapolis.
Minn., on the 7th day of Juno, 1892. Each
precinct will bo entitled to tho following
number of delegates:
ltellemont ..- - J
Canyon Diablo ..- ..
Tuba City . '
Williams. - 3
Should It occur that any precinct or locality
entitled to representation In tho County con
t cntlon, has been ot crlooUed, duo consldera
tlon will Ims given their claims and represen
tation allowed. A full attendance Is
requested at tho primaries and at the
County contention, and It Is suggested that
ull proxies to tho County convention be
held by tho members from tho samo precinct
they havo been selected to represent.
Chairman Republican Co. Ccn. Com.
T. J. CoALTtn, Secretary.
Rainmaker Melbourne says that he
has just produced a two-inch rainfall at
Heruiosillo, Sonora, and that he is
operating under tho auspices of tho
Mexican Government. This is the dry
season in that country, and ho is very
much elated over his success.
The postmaster of Phoenix recontly
seized an entire edition of tho Gazette
which contained tho result of a lottery
scheme of one of the Phoenix business
houses. Tho Gazetto is wrathy at tho
postmaster and is after his head. The
postmaster probably only discharged a
disajrrceablo duty in holding the
The Phoeuix post oftlco is to under
go au investigation. Tho charges refer
pi ineip.illy to annoyances which certain
patrons allogo to havo recciivod from
the post ofllco oilicials, Moro favors
are expected from a postmaster thau
any other public official, but if ho docs
not treat tho patrons of his ofllco aliko
and with all duo respect ho should be
removed at once.
It seems that the Democrats of
Tucson aro somewhat in a hurry in de
termining that Hon. Win. Zeckendorf
was not a resilont of Arizona- Mr.
Zeckendorf is out in a cartl in tt hich
ho states that hu is still a resident of
the Territory, and that all Ids interests
are here and that ho is now in tho East
on business which, if brought to a suc
cessful end, will bo of great benellt to
Pima county. Mr. Zeckendorf also in
timates that ho will resist all attempts
at his removal.
Residents of Nogales, Arizona, and
settlers in tho vicinity havo organized
a protective association to light the
Cameron grant, which embraces about
225,000 acres on thu American sldo of
tho line, including tho town of Nogales.
The question of tho title of tho grant
claimants will come before the land
court shortly and will bo bitterly con
tested on both sides. Tho Cameron
irraut includes tho Mexican town of
Noiralcs and adjacent territory, and
wa3 recently confirmed by President
Diaz of Mexico. Roth sides are now
represented by local assistants in
A privato letter received yesterday
from Mrr. J. W. McGowan, Castle
creek, stated that owing to a very
heavy rain tho body of the late J. W.
McGowan could not bo brought to
Prcscott, but was temporarily iutcrred
near his mining camp. Courier.
We aro in receipt of a communica
tion from Florenco announcing that
Ror. Father Warluzel started on the
24th inst. to accompany tho altar
destined for the Catholic church at
Globe. The reverend, gentleman ar
rived hero yesterday. The altar is
described as being tho handsomest one
in tho Territory. Belt.
Mr. C. M. Druco tells the Star that
the community adjacent to Huachuca
havo been intensely interested sinco
tho arrival of tho Apacho soldiers,
Considerable uneasiness was at first
felt in regard to their presence but
sinco tho public have learned that the
Apacho soldier spends most of his time
lu the guntd house the feeling of fear
has passed away,
A Washington telegram of February
29 says: Henry Huning, of the cattle
firm of Cooler & Huning, of Prcscott,
A. T., received another blnck eye to
day when tho pre-emption statement
of Diego Garcia was held for cancella
tion. As in other cases that have come
up in the Interior Department, it was
shown that tho entry was not bonn
fide, but had been made simply to
extend Huning1 cattle range.
Kditor Patton of tho Banuing Herald,
says that the Colorado river has risen
five feet. G. W. Durbrow of Salton,
snvs that it has risen set en feot. The
facts are these: The lowest tho river
has been this season was 16 feet 4
inches; the highest on tho present rise
was 19 feet, a rise of only 2 feet 8
inches. A rise of seven feet will put
moro water into the Salton Basin than
it over had sinco tthitc men knew of
tho great sink. Sentinel.
Tho Yuma Times says: Suit has been
commenced by J. M. Molina against
John Stoffela to recover his bet made
on tho race two weeks ago. Ho asks
Jhe Arizona umber 4 JIM CiL
. 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 I Telegraph Poles.
THE BANK HOTEL
T. A. RIORDAN, F
SI. J. RIORDAN, Secretary
Till: 1'OS.TAI LAWS ItESl'ECTIXG
About two years ago Messrs. George
P. Howell & Co., of New York, the
publishers of Rott ell's Newspaper Di
rectory, and several other publications
of great value to couccrns wishing to
do business tt ith the newspapers, start
ed a very uniijuo weekly both in foim
(12 mo.) and name (Printers' Ink.)
It was a new idea all through, and
like, now ideas generally, required large
capital, much experience and utmost
push to make it go. Tho publishers had
to educate pcoplo and make a market
for tho publication. To what extent
they succeeded may be judged by the
fact that its editions now exceed 80,
000, and tho business probably $200,000
per year. Wo doubt if any publication
published once a week is read with
moro avidity. In fact wo havo been it
in many instauccs carefully preserved
just as monthly magazines aro pre
served, so highly is it valued.
Now, after allowing tho publishers
to proceed on these lines for several
years, tho Post Ofllco department rules
that the journal is not a legitimato
newspaper and cannot bo admitted to
second-class rates, but as third-class
Tho postago on tho issue of January
13, amounted at third-class rates to
$805, besides tho labor of attaching
80,600 stamps to that number of
papers. At second-class rates tho proper
charge for postngo would bo $09.72,
making a difference in cost of mailing
this ono issuo of $733.21. In other
words about $3,G27 a year nt second
class matter, against $11,800 as third
class. In tho mcantitno Rowell & Co.
aro pa ing this enormous sum under
protest, until the deportment can
further consider tho case.
Of cnurso it is outrageous that tho
law in so ambiguous that tho Post Ofllco
nuthoiities themselves can blunder in
coustruing it, as they do according to
the whim of tho person in charge ot tho
matter, and it ought to bo changed im
mediately in justice to those compelled
to suffer by such ambiguity.
If Printers Ink is not a newspaper,
then there is not a wpakly uowspaper
in the oomitrf.
Wo believe it at present the bespread
and most carefully preserved journal
in existence, and entitled to all tho
lr1vilegen accorded any newspaper by
Jhc postal laws, and hopo U sco the
tw-ong ilono IJio publishers righted
w ithout delay.
The low price to which paper has
fallen under the protecting inlluenco of
high duties, makes the production of
paper supplies a profitable business,
and its profit is, of course, directly re
lated to tho freedom enjojed from
foreign comietitiou. Under these cir
cumstances it is to be regretted that
tho largo part of the rural population
of tho Uuited States that receives mail
at fourth-class post offices have not had
tho benefits of tho uso of letter sheets
"extended to them. At every Presiden
tial post office in tho country you can
buy what is a sheet of paper aud n
stamncd envelope all in one, but the
fourth class offices do not keep tbcm on
sale. And yet these offices servo just
tho population to whom letter sheets
would be of most use, but It is just the
population that is largely cut off from
the ample stationery supplies of towns
and cities. Wc believe tho extension
of tho letter sheet system to the fourth
class post offices would bo a source of in
creased revenue to Postmaster General
The general land office at Washing
ton, under tho recent administration,
continues to keep up its record of dis
posing of business before tho papers in
the case grow musty with ago nnd tho
pigeon holes in which they nro kept
get closed up with cobwebs, as was .he
caso under Grover Cleveland's com
mission. Formerly, if a man received
a pateut to his laud w ithin two years
after making his proof, the gonornl
land office was complimented for its
activity, as tho usual tlino was from
three to fivo years. When a year ago
this month the Journal-Miner announc
ed tho receipt of a patent in tho Prcs
cott land office within six months after
final proof, it was regarded as a re
markable circumstance by partlss who
had hud -experience in laud matters
under tho former administration, and
ono skeptical individual would not be-
UdVn tho statement until he had ex
amined tho records and date of tho
patent. Tho time has now boon cut
down still further, as live patents for.
pre-emption unfiles tteiu received at
thu land oftlco on Saturday, tho iWea
of tho patents beiug February 8, 1892,
the final proofs for which were all sub
mitted in October, 1891, the latest ono
being October 20, or bnj a few days
over four mouths prior to tho datu of
tho patent. This is a fair sample of
tho work bcliii: now performed in
tho general laud office. Journal-Miner.
A Smart Man
Will not hobble aronml on crutches
wheu he can cure his rheumatism witii
unp bottle of Dr. Dummond's Lightning
Jtcjiicdy, pflgjjp'; only ifo, ma worm
$100.' FfitferprfSing flniggfetlipop it,
or it will bo sent to any address on ra?
coipt of price, by tho prjinunorid Medi
cine Co., 48-60 Mndeu 'Lane, New
yotk. Agents wauled.
for tho recovery of thu one-story brick
building and lot on Main street and
$2000 in cmU. Tho answer avers that
tho consideration of the property is
illegal and in addition that tho race
was run on Sunday. Mr. Molina has
retained Baker & Campbell aud Samuel
Purdy. The c.vsc will come up at the
April term of the district court.
Last Saturday a warrant was sworn
out by Miss Concepcion Olaeta for the
arrest of Manuel Lcvlas, whom she
charged with failure to como to time
on a promlso of marriage. Judge
Mabbett gave the young man until 4
o'clock in the afternoon to get married
or tuko the law's consequences, nnd
committed him to jail. After con
sulting an attorney, Manuel concluded
to marry, but as ho had no money
spectators raised the necessary $4 and
tho ceremony was performed. xuma
Eastern philanthropists cannot seem
to get it into their heads that these
Indians aro savages. They act as
though they thought they were little
innocent, bright-cyed, clean-faced
Sunday school children, with angel
wings sprouting out all over their
shoulders and back, simply second edi
tions of sinless Adams and Eves in
pardlsc. sitting under tho cooling
shadow of tho trco of life, basking in
sunshine, perfect paragons of helpless
Innocence. Nothing is further from
the truth. Huachuca Sentinel.
The internal revenue buslnoss of
Arizona will, for tho fiscal year, prob
ably reach an aggregate of $16,000.
Last year for tho entire district, which
includes Arizona and New Mexico, the
total receipts wore about $35,190.
Tho district is divided into thrco divi
sions, one. with headquarters at
Albuquerque, taking in all tho stations
along tho Southern Pacific road. Add
ing those towns to those in Collector
Eystcr's district nnd the annual re
ceipts will reooh $16,000. Comparison
by month of tho receipts with corres
ponding months of a year ago shows a
great gain in one instance of 300 per
Tuesday evening March 8, witnessed
a glowing religious gathering at Wins
low. Revs. N. F. Norton and G. E.
Pooler helil Quarterly Conference ser
vices in the school house and quite a
goodly number were present.
Rev. Norton first addressed them on
the subject, "Wo aro all One Body in
Christ." Wo are not laboring to build
up denominations, but to sat o souls and
bring up thu young in tho paths of
virtue aud right. The eye cannot bay
to the car I have no need of thee, the
hand cannot say to the foot I have no
need of thee. So no Christian church
can say to the other denominations I
havo no need of thee. Each one has a
mission, sonio work to do, and no one
is so unimportant in this life but they
may aid some in doing good.
After an interesting discourse on
this line, Rev. Norton introduced the
business of tho Quartet ly Conference of
our church society t hich is established
The pastor reported services 2,
Mrs. Frizell, Sunday school superin
tendent, reported Sunday school
Tho following stewards tteto ap
pointed: Mr. and Mrs. Fiizcll, Mrs.
Greenwood, Mr. Michaels, Hy. Ileide,
Mrs. Killcii, Mrs. E. M. Montgomery.
Tho policy of building a church was
then discussed aud it was unanimously
All present subscribed themselves in
corporators. Their names aro as fol
lows: E. M. Montgomery, J. Michael,
Mrs. J. Killen, Mrs. E. M. Mont
gomery, Mrs. W. S. Sloan, Mrs. V.
Mreaity, C. A. Davis, James Harvey,
W. G. Brandat. "Fr. Seeger, T. M.
Sloan, C. M. Holmes, "Mrs. Frizell,
James H. Bishop, N. S. Sloan.
Plans havo been sent for for the now
church, which will bo built of brick
and stand facing the north on the
corner southwest oi tho Jathoiic
The name with jteccdlng aro trustees.
Hippy and content is a home with "The Ro
chester; a lamp with the lifht of the moraine.
Citilocue, write Rochester LampCa.NevrVoik.
To tho Public.
Notieo is hereby given that tho firm
of Dairtrs Bros, was on tho 28th of
Aunust. 1890, dissolved by mutual I
consent. Daggs Bros.
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. J". Coalter, Prop.,
Happy as a Jay-Bird,
" I inherit some tendency to Dys
pepsia from ray mother. I suffered
two years in this way ; consulted a
number of doctors. They did me
no good. I then used
Relieved in your August Flower
and it was just two
days when I felt great relief. I soon
got so that I coulcLsleep and eat, and
I felt that I wast well. That was
three years ago, and I am still first
class. I am never
Two Days, without a bottle, and
if I feel constipated
the least particle a dose or two of
August Flower does the work. The
beauty of the medicine is, that you
can stop me use oi it wiuiout any uau
effects on the system.
Constipation While I was sick I
felt everything it
seemed to me a man could feel. I
was of all men most miserable. lean
say, in conclusion, that I believe
August Flower will cure anyone of
indigestion, if taken
Life of Misery with judgment. A.
M. Weed, 229 Belle
fontainc St., Indianapolis, Ind." 9
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. Have no particular extra bang
up bargains to offer; no old stock on hand;
no wile 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 htm 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.
GORHAM A. BRAY.
The World' Fair.
Wo havo received tho last issuo of
tho i World' Columbian Exposition
Illustrated," tho only authentic organ
of tho Great Fair. Tho object of this
publication is to give a complcto au
thentic historical record of tho Coltinv
bian Exposition. It contains 82 paged
of offlcjal proceeding, and will give
photographic Illustrations printed on
Enameled paper, of nil the exhibits,
buildings, and attractions of the great
Fair. As i work of art, oontalnlug
the most interesting information, it is
invaluable to all who wish to keep up
with the times and learn of tho great
It will be published semi-monthly
early In the fall, making eighteen pop.
ion for present year. 1 rice, 94, pott,
paid; 26 cents a copy. Subscriptions
taken at this ofllco, where tho paper
can bo seen, or send 26 cents for sam
plo copy to J. B. Campbell, Editor and
Publisher, 218 La Salle St. Chicago,
Republican, Attention t
The primary election for the election
of delegates to tho County convention
il be Jicld. In HojWRrth'a. hall (tt 790
p. in. on Saturday night March 12i
Deafness Can't be Cured
By local applications, as tliey cannot reach
the diseased portions of tlio car. There Is
only ono wny to cure deafness, and that Is by
constitutional remedies. Deafneis Is caused
by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining
ot thu Kustachlnn Tube. When this tutxi nets
lnnniued you have a rumbling sound or Im
perfect hearing, nnd when It Is entirely Hos
ed deafness U tho result, and unlets the
Inflammation enn bu taken out and this tuba
restored to Its normal condition, hearing will
be destroyed forever; nine canoi out of ten
are caused by catarrh, which Is nothing but
an Inflamed condition of tho mucous sur-
Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any
cose of deafness (caused by cnlarrli) that we
run not cure by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Send for circulars, free.
V, J. CHENEY & CO Toledo, O.
pf Sold by druggists, 73c.
Dr. Druinraond's Lightning
Remedy for rheumatism has received
the unqualified endorsement of the
medical faculty as being a safe aud re
markably cfllcicnt preparation for the
relcf and speedy cure of lheumatism.
Its work Is so speedy and miraculous
that benefit is felt from tho first dose,
and ono bottle is wan-anted to cure
nny ordinary case. Sold by druggists.
Prlco, 5 for largo bottle, or sent by
prepaid express on receipt of price by
brummond Medicine Co., -18-50 Maiden
Lane, .New. Agents wanted,
NOTICES FOn PUJJLICATIOX.
LAND Office at Phescott. Ar.iz.,
February 16, 18U2.
Notice Is hereby given that tho following
nanieu nemer nas niea nonce oi ms intention
toni&ke final proof In support of his claim,
nnd that said proof will bo mado be
fore tho Clerk of tho District Court,
at FlatHtnff. Arizona, on Saturday March 2S.
1893, iy Itenjnniln Honey, declaratory state
ment ISO. 21& for the NE U of fee. 30, Twp.
21, N. U. 7K. He names tho following wit
nesses to prove his continuous residence up
on, and cultivation of, said laud, lz.:
Marvin S. Heal, Joseph Hartflcld, Julius
ll,l.... T tt..l..lA U..nA nltnfLMufHl.ff
J. C. Martin. Register.
Laud Orricu AT Potscott, Aw., 1
March , 1MJ, f
Notice )s hereby given that tho following
named settler has riled notice of his Intention
to niako final proof In support of his claim,
and that said proof will be modo lie
fare J. Outhrle Savage, U, a. Court t'ommts
utoner at Flagstaff, Arizona, on Saturday,
Auru .a, uvj. viz.; rernanuo it. neuis, wo-
following witnesses to prove his continuous
residence upon, and cuitlvntlonof. said land,
vie: Wllluvm Crowell. Sidney A. Pitman,
James Davenport, William Nels, n)l of Wll-
Cioy,' 3. 0. Hahtiw. Register.
urn so, uvj. viz.; rernanuo it. neuis, io
aratory Statement No. 1KSI. for the NEU of
VVUandNilofNEU and 8WU of NEH of
c. 28, Two. 13 N, It 3 K. Ho names the
CLEAR HAVANA CIGAR,
MANUFACTURED BY THE
EL RITO CIGAR FACTORY,
NEM YORK, N. V.
KTSold only by A. P. Gibson and
SwrrzSB & Son., Flagstaff, Ariz.
McGUIRE & HOWARD
HAVE OPENED A
On south sldo of the Railroad
irutK, opposite IllO LH'pot,
E. WHIPPLE & CO..
LIVERY, FEED HND SHLE
Best of Driving and Saddk
Horses for Hire.
A. O. MORSE,
10FFIHS AND CASKETS. O
O EMBALMING A SPECIALTY-
tQj-Mail or telegraphic orders promptly
tended to at satisfactory rates.
Has opened a new
East i Babbitt's Store,
All kinds of general b'ack
Muitliing promptly and satisfac
HOUSE bliOKIKO A SI'KCIALTV.
The Wagon Shop in connection
is in charge of II. Van Norma.
GIVE THE NEW SHOF YOU!! WORK.
TO THE GOOD PEOPLE OF FLAGSTAFF, GREETING:
We offer for your inspection a complete line of Staple and
Fancy Groceries. Our buyers have scoured the markets, and
we 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 .
BOOTS AND HOES.
It require 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.
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We have everything you can ask for in this line, such as
Doors, Sash, Redwood Shingles, Paints, Oils, Glass, Cemcntiv
rlaster rans, htc. A full line of Hardware and Stoves. &'
w, i x.
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