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W. R. CAMPBELL, Prop. •O • • Carries a Full Line of Pure □RUGS Patent Medicines feints, Oils, Brushes and Varnishes, PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully * Compounded. Fine Stationery. Perfumery, Toilet Articles, ' H ' <* 1 f - <* Fancy Goods. Fine Wines, Liquors, FOK MEDICINAL C3E. Choice Cigars and Tobaccos, THE SANTA FE *■ -. A : - 4. >. i, PACIFIC RAILROAD. T - V ..... IWESTBEN DIVISION.) CONDENSED TIME TABLE NO. 43, EFFECTIVE MAT 30, 1897. WESTWABD. EASTWABD STATIONS. Ko.l. No. 2. 10 28p Chicago . ■ 9 32p 2 Ssp Kansas City 7 05a K 50p Denver. .' 5 00;; 0 35a -La Junta 1150a* 10 top Albuquerque ».... UJ 26p 3 52p W ingate ... & 55p ♦ 15a .....Ga11up. 5 Hop 8.5-ia Holbrook 150 p 8 10a Winslow A 12 HGp It) 50a Flagstaff 1015a 12 25p Williains 8 50a 1 lOp Ask Fork., 7 40a 1 4ip : - Ash Fork 6 50a 4 43p Prescott 3 15a 11 45p PHwniJt 750 p 135 p Ash Fork 7 loa 3 47p Peaih Springs 4 55a 5 07p ...Kingman. 2 15a 705 p Needles 11 OOp 8 lOp Blake. «... 9 50p tOOOpj. Bagdad...... .. 735 p 12 40a Daggett . 6 15p 1 25a . IBarstow 4 55p 2 30a Kramer 1340 p 3 45a Mojave 10 50a 830a -Los-Angeles.. 9 45a i Isp ... San Diego 7 00a 6 15a .San Francisco. 5 OOp The Grand Canyon of the Colorado can be reached only by this line;- •- "* 1 Ask for a beautifully illustrated book which will be mailed free. ~ " 4 DON A. SWEET, General Passenger Agent, Albuquerque. N, M, NOTICE. Having received the appointment of Constable, Sanitary Inspector and Fire Marshal, I hereby notify the residents and property owners of Winslow, that f will call on them evsry Thursday or Friday of each week, for the purpose of inspecting their premises, and ta noti fy them that they must have all rub bish and refuse matter removed there from. F. T. LA PRADE. BOOTS & SHOES JOE LO TUFO ,)ne door west of the Reception Saloon, has a fine a fine assortment Ladies Ceils aid Childrens SHOES On hand for sale cheap. Bo not send East for your foot wear, until you call on him and examine his stock and prices. He is also prepared to make boots and shoes to order, at reasonable prices. Repairing neatly done and promptly attended to Give him a call and examine prices. Wanted at Onoe Active agents for each county. Ex clusive control and no risk. Will clear from 12 to 25 hundred dollars a year Enclose stamp for full particulars or 25c for $1 sample. Big Rapids Mineral , ater Co., Big Rapids, Mich. I Coftins & Caskets! I ALWAYS ON HAND. I At Parrs Undertaking Parlors, | I Opposite the Depot, ; WINSLOW : : : ARIZONA, \ PROFESSIONAL CARLS. | / H. D. ROSS, ai*6bney at-law, Prescott : A'riisona, Will practice in all the courts of the Terri i tony T. W. Johnston, Kichabd E. Sloan. • JOHNSTON & SLOAN, attobneys-ax-law, ‘ Prescott, : : : Arizona. Will attend sessions of the D,str ipt Court in Apache County. W. H. BURBAGE, DISTRICT ATTORNEY, NAVAJO COUNTY, Winslow, Arizona. Will practice in all the courts of the Ter ritory. . - , ' *•" F. W. NELSON, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, A.V P NOTABY PUBLIC, Winsjow, V ’’Arizona, I Hi ; H K. C. DRYDEN, M. I). PHYSICIAN & SUBGBON, Winslow, : : Arizona. Office hours from 10 to 12 M., and from 2 to 4 P. SI. T. 0. BUNCH, J. E. JONES, liONCH & JONES, ATTOBNKYS-AT-LAW, Office —Court House, Flagstaff, Arizona. Will practice in all the courts of Fourth Judicial District. land Notice. NOTICE FpR PUBLICATION. (Homestead Entry No. T 97.) Land Office At Prescott, Abie. ■■ * June 21, 1897. Notice is hereby giyen that the following naiiied settler bus filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Clerk of-the District Court of Navajo coun ty, Arizona, at Holbroo ;„on Augost : 2o, 1897, viz: Thomas Tobin, for lots 3' and 4 and the east Vi of the southwest \\ section 30 town ship 24,-range 19 east. • >- ;.•> He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, apd cultiva tion of, sgid land: _ -1 Julius Wetzler, Frank J Watt ran, John H Bowman, F M Zuck. all of. Holbrook, Ariz. • * '..v P. W.tJ’SULLLyAN, 3*. “Register. First pubtica.iou June 26, 1897. ' “r. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Homestead Entry, No.* V 93.) *** LaNp Office at Pbescott, Abiz., June 21, 1897. Notice is hereby given that the following nariied settler has filed -notice of his inten-. tion to make final proof in support op his claim, and that said imoof wili-bemade be fore the-Clerk of the PVobpte Court at Hol brook, Arizona,-on August 2, 1897, viz: Fred erick M French, for the west hi of the south east ‘4 and the. east V£ of the southwest % section-20 township 19north ; range 16 east' - He names the following witnesses to ■prove hit continuous residence upon; and cultiva tion of, said land, viz: E A Sawyer; George A Wolff, F T La trade, U Z Rand, all 01 Winslow, Arizona. ■ . v-« • -P. W. OSUCIAVAN, Register. First publication June 26,1897, ■- •K- ' •, L r , -‘ T- ■ *■»-,:-i'.. Dissohitiofi of Partnership Tfye co-partnership heretofore existing under the firm name and style of Karrigan A Bauerbaoh. in’ the Parlor 'Saloon, in the town of Wipslow, Navajo county, Arizona, has been this day dissolved, by mutual con sent, James C. Karrigan retiring. Geo. R. Bauerba'ch has purchased said Karrigan’s in terest and will conduct the business in the future, and wiU.collec£ all outstanding ac counts, and will pay all claims due from sakl firm. ' » JAMES CL KARRIGAN, G. R. BAUERpACH, Winslow, Arizona, June 22,1897. WILLIAM RODEN, Jr. Ear Mark—Crop right, crop and under half erop left. Other brand, on either side, not 1 ■7"“ ■* kept, up. All increase branded as » in cut. Range-CanyoqDiablo and Mogollon moun tains. Post Offio*—Winslow, Arizona. jyl DOCTOR Acker’s 1 ENGLISH Remedy ► I for Coughs, Colds, 1 and Consumption is beyond question the greatest of all modern medicines. It will stop a r| Cough in one night, check a cold in . a day, prevent Croup, relieve Asthma, and curt Consumption if taken in ' time. “You can’t afford to be with ‘ out it.” A 25c. bottle may save your life I Ask your druggist for it Send for pamphlet. If the little ones have Croup or Whooping Cough r use it promptly. It is tun to curt. Thr«« Slua—ajc., jot. and Ji. All DrnggUU. ■ ACKER MEDICINE CO., 1 16 & 18 Chambers St., If. Y. m)s Winslow platu SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1897. SECRET SOCIETIES. ~ *" _ I ‘I Jk i AU v? «*tET!N(iS OF WINSLOW ! I ° d £ e ’ F. and A. M. are held Masonic Hall, on the second ; each mouth. Visit . ing brethrejn arecbi’dially invithd'to j attend. James Watson, W. M. I ■ W. Fisaseb, Secretary. - —... ** r - I’OST OFFICE HOURS. I Week—B ain to-2 pm, end from Spm to i :30 p Sundllyf frd'm sto 5 p in. • I .J; " “■-** '' - ■ TALK OF THE TOWN. For bicycle sundries and repairs, go to Meguire’9, one door east from tha Navajo Hotel. •. -- v: - '* *’ 'v ! ' ! v • xi Messrs. Julius Krentz and E. A. Saw yer are in the mountains for a ten days or outing. O-. ' Newspapers and periodicals at Me quire’s. * v There is nothing makes a man sus pect much mdre than to know little. Half tne cruelty in the world is the direct result-of stupid incapacity to put one’s self in the other man’s place, Selling Out At Cost.—We will sell out everything'in stock/at or below cost. Call early and secure bargains. ' * ' '' ' Mrs/T. 1. Hessbr. ■ How taany men there are who have schemes to get rich if they only had the money to develop thenfi ' ' ’> ** Mr. Frankendeld down Tues day from the headquarter ranch of the Aztec Cattle Company. *■ * v - : - Cotton Exchange, Rail Splitter, San cb'es and Haya Cigars, at the Navajo Cigar Stand. * John T. Jones, range superintendent of the Aztec Land and Cattle Com pany, was in otrr city Wednesday look ing after the interest of his company. Mis- J- P- Burdett has been quite sick for a week or ten days, fcnt we’ ate glad to announce is improving^ 4 and will be about in a few days. There will be no services in the Cath olic churcH at tbis place to-morrow (Sunday.) Father was called to Flag staff. Col. M. R. Tate waS in the city 'Rues dajr afternoon, looking as young and feeling as spry as a two-year old thor oughbred. Os the future we nothing, of the past little, cf the present less; the (nirror is too close to’our eyes, and'our own breath dims it. Those who always speak weR of \yo meh dp not know them enough; those who always speak ill of them do not know them at all. Hon. Hugh Campbell, one of Cqco niqo cquDty’smcpt prQminentcitizens, spent two cr three days* in our city" Raring the week. Cowboys have been quite numerous on our streets for a few days this week. Two puj&ts were he'ro at t6o same time shipping cattle. Billy Burke, an old-tiipe on th>S road, and at present in the em ploy of the Southern Pacific, returned to our city Wednesday on a short visit t„o his former stumping ground. The Land and Cattle Company made a shipment of 350 head of cattle fpcm this point to Dodge City, Kansas, Thursday, The cattle were in good condition. Capt. Hurst, of Kansas City, pur chased the cattle belonging to the estate of.. Wm* Roaeu, Sr., deceased, and shipped 450 head to the above named city on Thursday last. They will make auother round-up and ship ment this fall. U. Z. Rand is in receipt of a letter from William Norman and Frank New ton, who are camping in tlje mountains j a few miies south of town, to send ! them fifty pounds of bacon as soon as i possible as they were short of meat. I They also Mated that g amp was plenty i ful and say they have killed two bear | and three deer in the past week. Good rains are reported to have fall-. J en north, southeast and west of Wins low, while we have had only three light showers. Wipslow. is not a.uch a wicked place either, but the clerk of the weath er, who has charge of the.water works overhead, appears to have it in for us, Five excursion trains, fairly crowded with passengers, eastward bound, pass |ed this point on Tuesday. Many of ! them were from California taking ad i vantage of the cheag. rates to visit the east. This suggests the query whether it would not be to the advantage of the railroad companies to reduce passen ger rates? A modest young lady who desired to make a purchase at a dry goods store addressed the young man behind the counter thus: “It is my desire to ob tain a pair of circular elastic appen i dages capable of being contracted or expanded by means of oscillating bur nished steel appliances that sparkle I like particles of gold leaf set in Alas kan diamonds and which are utilized for retaining in proper position the habjiimepts of the. lower extremities, wbicp mate delicacy forbids me tp mention.” Tbe clerk pondered for a moment, apd jaid he believed she meant a pair of garters The roof is on the' new depot, and' carpenters aro at work on the ipside of : the building. Mr. Kennedy thinks the building will be finished by the middia , j of September, .and will be the finest, ! best finished dad most commodious I depot an d dining room, between L’.lbu ( querque'hnd Los Angeles, - k ■> ! The Denver Post says: “The posts > have sustained .another serious punc ture in their tuneful* tires. The con ; structorscf English language careless ly neglected to build a word that would • rhyme with‘Klondike* 7 Well, an Ar kansas poet would have no trouble with ; that word, for he would line it up with *‘onlike.”~ Dallas News. : •' , Prof. G. Wharton James left last I Monday morning for the Moqui vil i larges., Mr' Frslrkiin French accompa nied him. The Professor- ia .in qugst • of data and illustrations for a work he i i 3 preparing on the Moquis their his tory, legends, characteristics and hab its. The work will undoubtedly be iu • teresting and instructive, The school house is rapidly approach-! ing completion. The plastering in the second story is finished and the first ( eoat Has beeh put cn the first floor. . The flooring is being laid, and the whole will be finished by the Ist of Septem ber) The building, when completed, [ will be an ornament to qur town snd , a credit to our enterprising publicbpir ited citizens. Vv Winslow continues to improve, not withstanding the hard ti&ves in the east. | We hear of seven or eight hew’resi ' dences to go up this summer and fall. I I here has ' been no boom, "simply a steady, permanent growth. The boom is yet to come, and we predict it will come, whether*'the promised ‘Wave” materializes or not. You can’t keep a ivlde-awake, energetic people down. The following recipe was sent by one of the “wise guys” of Chicago, to one of our prominent citizens: Desert for the “wise gny” who voted sos “Prosperity Bill” last November And gaVe him the position of stpnog rapher’for M. Ananias Hanna: * ' )097 PUDDING. Take 3 gallons of confidence, 1 peck of International agreement, 1 quart of gold Standard, 1 tabiespoonful of pros perity, 2 quarts of sound money, and 1 pound Os protection; boil with 12 months of no work for 10 hours and eat while hot. If no sound money is struck, £ walk to* Klondike will give time nhd opportunity for reflection; return in 1900 and do your duty to yourself and country. On Wednesday morning, between 2 | and 3 o’clock m the morning our citi zens vveVe awakened by pistol shots and tlie :*ouhd-Hbuse whistle, the alarm usually (7ven in Qur city in case of a fij-6. T._e jlre was found to bo in the residence of ’Sir. Jchn Nelson on Third street, and this is the second tirpß the fiouse k. 3 taken fire, both times in the same piacs—the bath-room. The occu pants C; y there is no possible chance for the fie tu have originated from careiessneTS on the part of any'mem ber of the family, as none of them had been in the room after dark. The im pression appears to be pretty general that it is the work of ah incendiary, and it-3 the U'tivs'rsal wish that the firebug may be V l ected, whether a res ident or trans. male or female, cop per colo: ed, while or black. ”Yes,” says the Exetei; Democrat, “verily iho life of a country editor is one conc nued round of milk and hon ey, His cup of happiness is always so full a cushe) basket wouldn’t com ' to held what runs over.the side, and his joy knows no confines. He la bors from moru until night trying to please thq cqrpmuuity, and as a result no one and goes home at night 30 tired that if he pots any sleep at all he has too nightmare and dies a hun dred efferent clgaths inside of an hour • Sotpetimes he dreams he dies and goes to heaven, but even therq he is torment ed by some subscriber, always a delin quent, who from the depths of hades won’t allow him to. rest in peace even 1 in that promised land, but keeps hallo ; | ing up about something that was in the , | paper that didn’t just, suit him, and to | escape the fiend he wakes up and cumes back to earth again.” Qur readers will remember that hi. K. H. W., coaxed us to put an item in The Mail sepje weeks ago, to the effect [ that be wanted a wife and was too diffi dent tp.propound the momentous ques tion himself, and. promised to present us with a $5 sombrero incase we found a girl who would accept him. We re ceived the following note in answer to i that item: Denver, Colo., July 23, ’97. i Mb, H. K. H. W., Winslow, Ariz. ! Rear Sir-—I saw your ad for a wife in • the Rost, copied from The Mail I ' think that lam the giyl that would suit • you, and believe that lam capable of > making you a kind; affectionate and • obedient wife. I ain a Colorado girl— s a native of the Centennial State. Am j . a blonde, five feet six and a half inches ! tall, we gh 123 pounds, and the people say I Lrve a beautiful form and grace • ful carriage. Would be pleased to hear ' from you on receipt of this. Please 1 send your photo. Address Miss C** :: * C****L ’ i No. —— street, Deuver, Colorado. Now, Mr. H. K. H. W., we want our chapeau, and if you don’t marry that ’ girl, we will do everything in our power : to make her sue you for breach of promise and take that brick cottage for ’ her damaged affections. >: ' 1 More English women are married to ; Germans than.to. members of any other foreign nation^ TLe Ball Game. ~ Isgstaff 3 brawny bali-tossers p3r «c* v cd to wipe up the earth with the lo cul aggregation cnthe home grounds last Sunday, in return for the defeat t ■ .ay sustained oc. the sth of July, at Flagstaff. The game was anybody’s until the eighth inning, when the home team -piiv a little ginger in their play ing and won out. Ibo main features cf the game were the fielding and batting, of Butcher Kteniz and the base running cf Bur gess, who made a clean steal of third base—Krentz scored four times for five times at bat. , . . •. Catcher Samington was disabled in the eignth inning, Hopkins coming in to take his place and-Judy taking Hop kins’ place in-left field- He, with the serpentine stockings, pulled down a sky-scrapfer in left field and sustained his reputation at a crit ical timo. i The game was enlivened by the lusty lungs of ccaoher Jackson and the leap frog antics of Spider Morris and Flick inger. Up to tho eighth inning the game was ; even and marked alternately by bril liant infield work and ragged playing on both sides. A large crowd was present and many ladies turned out to cheer each good play made by either team. The Flagstaff boys returned home Monday morning, well pleased with the treatment accorded them while in our town. ■ : - Following is the position of players and the score by innings: Flagstaff. Position. Winslow Rand...... Pitcher....... .. Kelly l£ugan. ItUbasfe ... .Flickinger Sliker 2d base Downs Jasper 3d base Hallett Samington Catcher Pullar Robinson .. .right field Krentz Flynn -.centre field..... Morris Hopkins lett field.,.. .Karrigan Jaokson,......short 5t0p..... .Burgess SCORE BY INNINGS. 123456789 Flagstaff ~..4 000 01130—9 Winslow..... 0 1 3 0 0 1 0 5 4—14 Bases on balls, off Kelly, 3; off Rand, 7. Struck out by Kelly, 8; by Rand, 5, Two-base hits, Krentz, 2; Dugan, 1. Three-base hits, Flickinger, 1. Passed balls, Pullar, 3; Samington, 4. Wild pitch, Kelly, 1; Rand, 1. Time of three hours and ten minutes. Umpires, Judy and Frank Flickinger. Hqtbrook Items. Adam Hanna, from Adamanna, was a visitor in the city the forepart of the week. Henry Huning, of Show Low, deliv ered a large herd of cattle for ship | ment here last Saturday. A discharged soldier from Ft. Apache, arrived via buckboard Wednesday morning, about 6 a. m. and took the 6:45 a. mi! passenger, en route for Klon dike. Commodore Owens came up from Seligman last Monday and spent the day with old friends aud acquaintances. An old prospector, named James Campbell, reached town a few days ago and at once took to his bed, stricken presumably with typhoid fever. He is being nursed by a comrade. Dr. DrydePi of Winslow was seen on our streets several times during the week. Deputy Sheriff Bargman has been absent at Navajo, for a"few days on business connected with the Sheriff’s office. Rev. Simpkins, of Gallup., New Mex ico, was in Holbrook Wednesday, qnd held divine services at the school bouse. I)r. Fewkes and party left Tuesday for the Moqui Indian reservation. It is their intention tp reman until after they hold their famous snake d^nce. County Recorder Frisky spent last Sunday at his home in Snowflake. Adolf Schqster.. has gone to Pa qific coast, in search of recreation. His brother and partner, Ben Schuster, is down fr.om St. Johns and will con duct the business during Adolfs al>_ sence. _ _ The largest and heaviest safes iqay readily be broken into, it ha 3 been found, by the use of an electric cur rent. An enterprising burglar, merely by using the electric, plains, cap soon penetrate the hardest steel without the use of tools and without making the j slightest noise. A description of this j process is given in the Electrical Age, i not, however, as advice to burglars, but as a caution to those owning safes. It ; is only necessary to “ground!' one wire j on the safe, while the other is connect ed with the proper, resistance and at tached to a sharp instrument, which is applied to the safe. When the current; is turned on the electricity soften? the j metal until it becomes almost as soft i as. cheese. The electricity works noise lessly and very rapid York World. The deputy sheriffs opened two whis ky joints at Fort Scott with a crowbar | and a sladga hammer.. Persons who believed every ceremouy in the pious state of Kansas was opened with pray er, have been laboring under a misap i prehension of the facts. I =— A London letter says Queen Victoria . suffered somewhat from nervous pro - : j tration a, few days ago. Despite the j j precautions taken, Alfred Austin’s ! j poem, “Victoria the Great,” must have , fallen into her majesty’s hands. Kid gloves, with hand painted flow- ! | ers on the back, are the latest fad in Paris. In Bellows Falls, Vt., the name of j every person who buys a bicycle is | published in the local paper. Fifty-two years ago there were in In- ! dia only 21 native ordained pastors. | There are now about one thousand. LESSEMSAWYER a - * s *' ~ - « ----- * - .4 -• I New -v P' v "Cv •’3 New r ■-.** ■; * 1 ; - - .■ v Lesser & Sawver Winsiow ; ; Arizona. ’j;KG FINEST BRANDS OF i CIGARS i —GOME“FROiI THE— RECEPTION ♦ SAI.ooX ?’fKE MOST—-" - 'i r-»\ ■ > v Fashionable and Popular Bef.qrt IN WINSLOW, NONE BUT THE. VERA EJNE-ST WINES, * BRANDIES •:* AND * WHISKIES. OtUB ROOMS,! MILLIARDS AND POOI .. V* , r V I : • - . f f . j L. W. JOHNSON - CO., Winslow Etyery, Feed & Sale Stable Express ctnci Transfer. Dealers # irv ICE. HAY & GRAIN Livery, Feed AND. I Sale Stable. Proprietor. —— DEALER IN, HAY&GRAIN OF ALL KINDS. ' Good Teams. Excellent Vehicles, ALWAYS READY. [ Also Agents for |Crescent Coal Co.. OF GALLUP, N. M. j WINSLOW ARIZONA. ‘ Practical Painter, Decora, tor, AND PAPER * HANGER. Estimates cheerfully made and work given prompt attention. mhl!J | LOST 1 VIGOR S sensation except increasing vigor. fcs CURE GUARANTEED gMEDICINE FREE I t 0 insnire confidence vce send by mail, sealed,* Sonr ’ I ifcents to cover postage. Send for Book. I Address QR W M I T E | “ (tSTABL'SHtDia.e) B