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ft a; 'BdaaaemiEL - ftw THE 'COCONINO WEEKLY SUN: THUBSDAY, NOYEMBElt 1J), 1891. Jfjwf I :VJ HIT "Si-. . -v I- iw lf ' . NEW YORK LETTEK, From our Regulur Correspondent. A down-town hotel man was rolnt iii"; some of Ids cxjK'i-icnci'S with "grcoii goods" men, when lio said, "It's) nstonlsliiiij,' what a trade theso people have, and the class of custom ers they get." "Why, I've had em take right out of my hotel here, two ministers of the gospel, and a bank cashier, tlio leading doctor in a west ern town, liig enough to have thirteen other doctors at least, two deacons, a postmaster, and lord knows how many (it diiiary countrymen. When I got tlds hotel a few years ago, I was struck with tho number of men from the south and west who camo here, regis tered paid a day's rent, and went away and never returned. They would reg ister and almost before they could be shown up to their room, some one would come in and ask to be taken right up. Tho some one was generally youn". and was always "a friend of the family." 1 didn't tumble for some time, and, then I made up my mind t; tackle one of the fellows. "This one was a postmaster, he had 'just got in from some Texas town, and a young fellow had him in tow, lead ing him out. I said to him: Here, come hero a minute," and I took him in the hallway and closed "tho door. 1 told one of tho clerks to telephone to headquarters for a policeman. I said to tho Postmaster: "Who is that fel low that is with yon?" Ho trembled all over. (Jot red up 'to tho roots of his hair. Then lie said it w;h an old friend of his. I said to hint "you're lying, and you know it." Ho broke down and said, he'd give me all tho money he had, if I- wouldn't give him away, and he did. He shelled out $1,000, that he had in a belt around his waist. The policeman came in, and made him go out and speak to the swindler, who stood on tho corner waiting. Hu was a foxey fellow, for hu suspected something and wouldn't recognize tho postmaster." "1 made up my mind to put a stop to this business in my hotel. It wasn't long afterwards that two ministers came from an Iowa town. Tho fellow got them out of the house, and the fellows came back tho next day and confessed that they had lost 500. They denied that they were ministers and wanted me to help to get it back. I didn't do anything for them; thov had return tickets home and went there penniless. About u week later thi! bank cashier came. . Hu belonged to a Texas bank and brought $3,000 with him. He got here about 10 o'clock in the morning and at 1 o'clock came back without a cent. Ho told mo the place lie had been in when lie lost it. It was down next to the bridge. I sent around to headquarters and a detective, went down town, and came back in another hour with every cent of tho money. How he got it I don't know. "The doctor camo next, he was 51 years old and was going to Germany. He had 1.500 in $20 gold pieces. Each piece was sewed between his shirt and a piece of muslin, each piece sewed separately. Well they got him in a three-caul moiito game, some where. He didn't know where. He never got his mon y b.iek. I remem ber four countrymen who got their money back, with the aid of hcaihjuai ters men, and I remember at least a dozen, including tho two deacons, who didn't get their money back, before wo drove the gang away from my place. In tho few months they operated hero they didn't get less than 25.000. The Presbyterian Hoard of Missions in this city received by the last mail from China the following letter from their Missionary at Sooeliow. "A serious riot has occurred at Ichang, the present head of steam navigation on tho Yangtsc-Kiang. some 1)00 miles from Shanghai. The alleged cause is tho same old cause of killing children. All the foreign houses in tho port wero demolished, and tho foreigners driven to seek ref uge on a steamboat which fortunately happened to bo lying at anchor in tho stream. This fresh outbreak, follow ing so closely on tho assurances of the Chinese Government, given to the foreign representatives at Peking, that they were fully able to protect their own pcoplo and protect foreigners, gives nn omniotis outlook, not pleas ant to contemplate. The whole Yangsto Valley seems in a ferment of disquiet, and remorso of rebellion are not wanting. "Indeed within u few days a plot has been discovered, which aimed nt rebellion on n largo scale. Arms were being secretory imported through a man by tho nameVof Mason, destined to supply the revoltisrs with the neces sary munitions of'whs. Providentially these wero dutcctcd by the customs i TtU ollbpcrs, .and thevfpi;cigncrs in, ehargrf of them was sent back to Shanghai, where- ho awaits trial. In yesterday's paper ho writes a letter in which ho claims that ho gave himself to the movement for tho purpose of divulging its secrets, and the ones of those who employed him. Ho says that the leader of tho schemo revealed to him the following programmo of his policy in tho coming new empire. 1. Limited boundaries with conse quent partition of tho country. 2. Likin barriers (for collecting transient tax) would every where bo demolished; imports, foreign or native, "would pay a single duty on arrival (about one and one-half per cent, and then bo free to move throughout tho land untaxed; this rule to apply to coast trade as well. !). Duty on tea would bo ex perimentally reduced. Foreign cigars and wine would bo taxed. Coal loft free until native mines wero developed. The tariff on ynru and cotton goods arranged so as to give cheap clothing to tho masses, if necessary by home manufacture. -I. Trunk lines of rail roads woul dhebuilt, roads made, horse carts introduced, and canals dredged. 6. Tho employment of foreigners, throughout the army and navy and customs, and in various posts of police duty and tax gathering, while foreign merchants would everywhere bo fiee to estaoiisii tneniselves in trade, tlia people io ne laiigm ny proclamation that trade is the source of their com fort, and that foreigners (in the land) mean trade. "I told him," says Mason, that it was a delightful Utopian programme, but that past experience would hardly justify me in supposing it possible to carry it out. He maintained however, that striking, as it did, at abuses which the most ignorant countryman felt with every bowl of rice he ate, they could count on tho immediate sympa thy and docility of the masses. Ho assured me that tho true heads of the movement were mostly rich merchants with a few prominent ollicials, well acquainted with foreigners and for eign forms of government, who wero spending their money with a truly patriotic spirit and without any mo tive of self aggrandizement." "Tho following extract from tho columns of tho North China Daily News", shows tho state of the public (foreign) mind in Shanghai." "We conceive that it will be the greatest possible mistake to postpone our demands on the Chinese Govern ment because thov aro threatened witli ebellion. Wo do not see. the Govern ment taking any serious steps to put down the rebellion. Thov have at Tientsin their highest ollicial Li, with a serviceable army and lieet. Is he doing anj tiling to i ( st no order? Ab solutely nothing; in fact at the very beginning of the trouble, he made a pretext to take away the Nanking Viceroy's licet and keep it away. Li it must bo remembered is put like the Tsungil Yaincn (the foreign affairs of- ffce at Peking. ) He docs know what is ,'oing on in China, for he lias agents everywhere, who serve him well, ami keep him informed, and there aro per sons who can make a shrewd "ticss as to why he gives no assistant towards tho repression of tho disorder in mid- China." "As a result of the present status, wo aro told that foreign trade with tho interior is greatly paralyzed, the ware houses at Shanghai being full to ver ilowing with goods offered befoiv the disturbances began, three mouths ago. Tho effect on mission work, is also seen, in schools and hospitals thinly attended, chapels filled, with inquirers not after the truths of religou however but to act as ucwsmongeis and spies seeking some new ground for old slanders." After the bear raid of about a week ago, tho stock market has been gradu-, ally improving; and it has kept this up I in spite of the moderate selling in London, presumably to realize large ,.,.,, , , , ,. !--., umuuuii, iac u. ...a,., euous to depress prieoss. Upon its surface the market appears to be quite as pro- fessioual as it has been for some weeks past, yet there is an undertone of strength, duo to a demand the nottiic of which cannot accurately be deter- mined. Tho speculative interest is most pronounced lu tho Granger stocks in Union Pacific, which has scored an -exceptional net advance, and certain of the industrial shares. Of tho last Chicago Gas was most extensively dealt in; still there has boon a fair volume of trading lu Distilling, Nation al Storage, and Sugar Refining; With the exception of tho last two tho indus trial stocks have scored exceptionally net advances. The coal stocks wero comparatively nefijected. All iigu.es for tho gross earnings for the first week in November, show an increvso in traffic. Tho showings of the St. Paul and Missouri Pacific com- panics were exceptionally good.,-Money is now easier as tho effect of last week's with drawals of cash by Boston is lieglnning to pass away. The last closing prices were ns a rule well up to the best, and the final dealings were fairly animated. In London Americans are firm and they added to tho advance establish ed in New York. Unfavorable reports of the Hank of Spain depressed Spanish bonds two per cent, und llrazillians fell six on eabols that tho provinces of Bahia and Para have revolted. At tho Metal Exchange, straight tin is firmer hut quiet; the last settling price for spot, 10.80c.; for February lO.UOe. Ingot copper quiet but steady at unchanged figures; settling price for November Lake, ll.!15c. Other metals a.o neglected. The latest receipts of beeves were 1,728 head, including Of ears for the market, and 3G cars direct to slaught erers. The trading is fairly active for good offerings, but common cattle are dull at u decline of 10c per hundred lbs. The latest ('notations were, poor est to best native steers. $.'3.15 at $5.10 per hundred lbs.; Colorailos at,$i).10 at fo.oO; bulls and dry vowji at 1.00 at $3.10. Dressed beefs is steady at hi to DJe per lb. for native sides. TALKS WITH CUSTOMERS. Our ei,lnmers number so many fens of thousands that'ft'e Can only talk with them in print ami in a general way. Tlio wish is nlwayt uppermost in our minds that by Boinu magic wu might bo able to meet cncli one personally. Wo should like to show Ilium the Fights of 1ho new Flore, tlio big galleries, tlio spider-like- bridges, the high ceilings, and tlio intelligent and jarcful people who open and fill their onhrs. We- should like to in quire in what respects, if any, our service- can bo improved. There is no doubt Hint were all tin's possi ble, we would get many valuable hints and ideas, and make many pleasant business acquaintances. Wo often stand by tlio desks where- tho mail-bags aro opened, and see thorn pour Ojiciiiuy forth their hundreds of orders. There al tho ways comes tho feel ing of grnvc rcspon-lHail-baus. gjbility. You, whom we have never seen, trust your money and the impor tant selection of goods to us. Wo dare not go astray. Tlio goods must he tho best wo have, selected with taste, and tho prices such as to amply repay you for tho trou ble of ordering. Tlio letters como from widely scattered communities, from very different people and very different homes. Hero is an onhr for a bridal outfit. There is no doubt as to the (Measure with which tho package will bo opened by the light-hearted girl who is to rcceivo it. Tho next order is in largo let ters, rather awkward, hut dear and readable. Muster Johnny wants n savings bank. It must bo dis patched at once, for tho chances are that he has inquired at tlio oflico for his package almost be fore the letter was mailed. Then there are letters that fell unmis takably of sickness and sadness in the homes from whence they como. And thus they run. orders from tho young and the old, the rich and the poor, tlio grave and the gay. Utit a'll the letters arc not from ciirdc intirs. Tho samo mail-bag bring n lingo correspondence with mills, manufacturers, and business houses all over America and Eu rope. Thnso from whom wc buy H,1'0 nnxious to keep our trade those from whom wo do not buy aro anxious to get it; so Unit be tween tiioni thing? Iicncflts ro lively, and cus tomers get the henc of fit of tho competition. It is small wonder CoJcttt oh. that large houses buy- "K in quantities, mid "-o'" tho fountain smirccsof supply, ;-c able o sell goods so much below tho usual market prices. AlllirttiRh our cttslomcrs form n vast family, wo aro prepared with n splendid new sforo and improved fiicililics to servo thousands more, Our illustrated catalogue gives full uescriptions and prices of all kinds "uanng npp roi ior men, woman, and children, household snnnliea. notions, etc. It is ono of tho hand somest hooks of tho kind published in tho United States, and Utenlj'ree to any address. WHIISTOC LUBIP, & CO., 400-412 IC Stroot, !AC'A''5!ITP, OAl. LAPOE8T CENERAL PETAII HoJSE ON THF ( ACIBin CORT 4 Peter Moore, who is from White river, says that grass is not scarce in that scetionjmt water is. Many wells aro being dug and if rain comes this winter, cattlo will do well, Pros- pcetor. 1IaPPy andcoment ii a home with "The Ro- thr-'rr n t.r-r vl'? iiviflit nf ill tvrt.-.it-i. 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Mm tw na.MH.tmis.miui.tea st, tutrico, tu. l'ostoffico ndJres FlzgstuiT, A. T. llpuge, Bnu Francis. co inountAlns Allattl branded n In cut nro tlio prop r ' of (he undrrfiga.il nnd nlfci. all e.i brimlcd witli bar Qconat W. IJUCK Ciittlnbo'irlngh" in rut and swal fork In ea-h r r ng to tli tin sigaol. ce, 'Vn f' om urf I I'otlolK o I' r!z ( HhHH j JRlrADEi- IMO I jOtm,::- s.T.v.'i'!- ,' jsm&texj's mmmj'sjs2c: .' 3vSW0s-s' z$-83Pr I C--fK'IXsJ&. 'v"3SS. 9 ! l!ujBbfs.U ' I GaSg!fe&&- - WmSf-m iaMiSSsSfkt ftftaHUEwiftftVftftHB ' , Earmark, slit In inch eir;hor-aind mu'ea 1 ricMlifiis Incei. AIoileruNbn'd-r. l'.o nd ir ea, F.w;staff, Ariz. J011.1 V. ItnoAUEa i.tnerul Jlf n-.gor. Homo with this brand are the property ot th nnd.rflgaeJ. liuDg-., Mm Francisco munDtalna. 1'. O. addro&t, Chal. I.mdar, Ariz 1'niLLir Hew. gsaia: McMillan & goodwin. .&. -i j. rr- M -zr :- -j nt- iaCZJiM TbrnnrliinrUhta'diot noo. I'nes. crop lu . ""''' '' n e"c'1 oa' w " 'rui to 1 -ft nl off n lit in men wr. It re- i, -., mil krfiona. BiBta11, l" adJ". FIjisjIuII, Horses and moles bn.nd-d ks a bo vi on tha left thUh belong to the ondersignsd. I.ango on stoDe man's Lako and His gullun'r ii, oa ifdDfc J51tS XLLEM.l'ump YerJu, Ariz iABIZOCTA LUMBER CO. roetoffire-J. drw, Pls ctaff, Arizona. Jtsntri, an 1' r n n n I c o monntuins, i,.v pd Co., A. i. llnne.ninlos nnd CHttlo j. 'irnnded a in lattl.- uiiuiti, rod cuasecntively on Ii ft cheek. DIIA'INEM, F1NNIK & BUANNEN. Cattle branded as fn rut on left 'ids, nn. derslope In both ears, dewlap cut upwards. ltangs, Mogollon mountains. Flagstaff. YH. POWELU Ear mrk. s.iwell In lctt and swallow fork it right. 1'ost oflico address. Flagstaff, Yavapai Co, Arizona. ".r caitla 3 -NTm All increase irands, S I I branded Into s. . 1, 1, nil, Horses branded oa tbo left shoulder. It a n g e from Ash creek to the summit of the Mogollon mooDtains. JA8. L. L.Vt:ii. ctoflc Flagstaff, Artzon. . l.anso.rUht and one- hal' nilh-s foathweet of l'l g.t,ff. (nt'le rebrnndeitas In rut; ear marks, un. dsrbit In i-ach oar; horreswith sams Iron on telt thigh. HAniilTT HltOS. rotolll50 address, Flag, staff, rtrizom. itsnge, 1 lurk's Yulley, Mogolhn mountains lirand ns iiIkito rot. All jotng stock brnd. el on ooth aid,, vlth jftetssrt-jfa " ""ws'low fork and ua. KXii5lW2JL. derhil in each car; alio un jnu ),-liowiu4: lloot, T, it, an) w.iere on di.sidn nnimal Bo t cuKIa. roa I ,rnil w on rlglitsl.lc; Teattla, oos on right side; horsa brand ,a. u. u. JAB. '. VAIL. llsng cleht mitet fo"thenstof Flagataff, Yi t ipnl county. Catilo branded J V on lf trilis; curmir'xs, squnre cot on riuhl ear, over slopj on left CHr. ifiSatr; 1'ostoii.co aiUross, Flagstaff, Arizona. UAltUY EULTOM. ..w.u .,.,.. ..,v uiniiu i.u lull HipaSMlUWa 111 cut. .MiBCP owe, hoi- in left otr aid spl t in the rigiiti wcihen, rovarss that ot owes; r mi utu,i.-w fc- ,u uuru. .-, .V,VBUU ...u, w. u, 1 111, lorn. 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