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W. R. CAMPBELL, Prop. •• • • Carries a Full Line of Pure □ RUGS Patent Medicines Paints, Oils, Brushes and Varnishes. PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully ••• Compounded. Fine Stationery. fcSSSSSSSSSSS* Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Fancy Goods, j *ine Wines, Liquors,! FOK MEDICINAL I*SE. Clioice Cigars and Tobaccos. the: SANTA FE PACIFIC RAILROAD. ["WESTERN DIVISION.] iONDENSED TIME TABLE NO. 46, EFFECTIVE MAT 30, 1«97. WESTWARD. EASTWARD STATIONS. No. 1. No. 2. «) 28p Chicago. 9 32p 2 25p Kausas Cit3’ 7 05a Ss»p * -Denver 5 OOp Oiu - -LaJunta - 11 50a .0 iOp Albuquerque 10 25p 3 52p . Wingate - 5 55p 4 15a Gallup 5 35p 4 65a Holbrook -1 50p 8 10a W inslow 12 30p Wsoa Flagstaff 10 15a I2*sp Williams 8 50a I lOp Ask Fork 7 40a 1 iip Ash-Foilt 6 50a 4 43p Prescott... ; 3 15a II 45p Phoenix -7 50p 1 Ssp Ash Fork 715a 3 47p Peach Springs 4 55a 5 07p Kingman - 2 15a j 05p „ Needles. .... - 11 OOp 8 lOp Blake. - 9 50p Ip OOp Bagdad, 735 p L 8 40a Daggett - 5 15p 1 25aJ Barstow 4 55p 2 30a Kramer 12 40p 2 45a .M0jave.,.,... • -1& 50a 8 30a Los Angele.* 3 45a 1 15p| San Diego 7 00a (1 Isaj San Francisco. 5 OOp The Grand Canyon of the Colorado can be reached only by this line. Ask for a beautifully illustrated book which will be mailed free. DON A. SWEET, General Passenger Aghnt, Albuquerque. N. M. NOTICE. Having received the appointment of j Constable, Sanitary Inspector and Fire ] Marshal, I hereby notify the residents and property owners of Winslow, that I will call on them every Thursday or Friday of each week, for the purpose of inspecting their premises, and to noti fy them that they must have all rub bish and refuse matter removed there from. *r - F. T. LA TRADE. BOOTS <£ SHOES JOE LO I UFO 1 ’ | Oue door west of the Reception Saloon, lias a fine a fine assortment Ladies Gents and Childrens SHOES On hand for sa’e cheep. Do not sen 1 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 pi-ichS. RSpairLf.g noatly done and promptly attended to. Give him a call and examine prices. Wanted atOnce 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 fine for $1 sample. Big Rapids Mineral "«ter Co., Big Rapids, Mich. I Coffins & Caskets jj ALWAYS ON HAND At Parr’s Undertaking Parlors, | Opposite the Depot, WINSLOW : : : ARIZONA. 1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. D. ROSST ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Prescott : : Arizona. Will practice in all the courts of the Terri } tory ‘ T. W. Johnston. Richard E. Sloan. JOHNSTON & SLOAN, ATTOBNEYS-AT-LAW, Prescott, : : : Arizona. Will attend sessions of the District Court in Apache County. W. EL BURBAGE* DISTRICT ATTORNEY, NAVAJO COUNTY, Winslow, Arizona. (Will practice in all the courts of the Ter ritory. F. W. NELSON, ~ I ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, NOTARY PUBLIC. Winslow, : : Arizona. R. C. DR YUEN, M. D. PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. Winslow, : : : Arizona. Office hours from 10 to 12 M., and from 2to 4 p. M. | T. S. BUNCH, J. E. JONES, Dist. Att’y. BUNCH & JONES, ATTORNS YS-AT-LAW, Office —Court House, Flagstaff, Arizona. Will practice in all the courts of Fourth Judicial District. Giver jj, Feed AND Sale Stable. Proprietor. DEALER IN HAY&GRAIN ALL KIND*.' Good Teams. Excelieni Vehicles, ALWAYS READY. Also Agents for Crescent Coal Co., OF GALLUP, N M. WINSLOW ARIZONA. WILLIAM BODES, Jit. ' Ear Mark- Crop right, crop and under half | jrop left. - ; ■"■■■■■ ■ Other brand, on either side, not j —4—• kept up. All increase branded as ■ I in cut. Range-Canyon Diablo and Mogollon moun • 1 tains. ’<■. , Post Office—Winslow, Arizona jyl 'TaxCollectors Notice Taxes for 1897. Notice is hereby given that the Duplicate ‘ Assi ssment Rol’. ot .Navajo county, Arizona i Territory, for the year 1897, is now in my pos session for the collection of the taxes levied. Taxes will be delinquent on the THIRD ' MONDAY of December, 1897, and unless paid j on that date, or prior thereto, five per cent will be added tc* the amount thereof as pen ’ alty. . .. .. ■ Taxes may be paid at my office in Hol brook, Navajo county, Arizona, at any time, within office hours, from this date until the 20th day as December, 1891. ■ Dated at Holbrook, Arizona, this 2Cth day of September, 1897. JAMES SCOTT, j Tax Collector of Navajo County, Arizona. I LOST I Ivjgjorl ! fiPrivately Cured ■Fuel Weaknesses ot Mon quickly cured by Dr g ' HWbite's Electric Pills. Absolutely safe. No* Hsenration except increasing vigor. ! S CURE GUARANTEED gMEDICINE FREE*. NTo inspire confidence we eendby mail, sealed,* i Kour regular $1 box of pills, on receipt of leg F i fecents to cover postage. Send for Book. Bj r I Add,e “ DR. WHITE X I(c»TAßuawEDieea) ©t;e SSlittslom ptuiL SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1897. SECRET SOCIETIES. SL STATED M EETI NGS OF Wl NSLOW 13 \ T F ;, and A. M. are held \Vnhlfi S ?i tUC » Hal L on the second , cf each month. Yisit mg brethren arecordially invited to attend. James Watson, W. M. Ebjwin W. Fraser, Secretary. POST OFFICE HOURS. Week—B a mto2 pm, and from 3 p mto 7:30 p m. Sundays from 4 to 5 p m. TALK OF THE TOWN. For bicycle sundries and repairs, go to Meguire’s, one door east from the Navajo Hotel. * Women have more of what is termed good sense than men. Women can rarely be deceived, for they are accustomed to deceiving. The man who is thoroughly polite is ,two-thirds a Christian anyhow. Mr. Shepard, the cattle buyer, is vis iting this section again in quest of cat tle. Frank Wallace came to the metropo lis the latter part of last week to visit his family. Newspapers and periodicals at Me quire’s. * Woman is seldom merciful to the man who is timid. There will always remain something to be said of as long as there is one on earth. The man flaps about with a bunch of feathers; the woman goes to work soft ly with a cloth. There some new scheme invented every day upon which to spend your money. We have seen men play a game called solitaire to kill time. If that is not killing it, there is no way to do it. Sheriff Wattron was a visitor to our city the first part of the week, and paid The Mail office a social call. The new depot and dining rooms will bo occupied and ready for business on | or before the 15th instant. A1 Naile and J. O. Karrigan came in from the range last Saturday. Ai went out again Tuesday morning. J. O. Mclntosh left Wednesday morn ing for St. Johns, the home c? his boy hood days. Will be absent some fifteen or twenty days. E. A. Sawyer and Julius Krentz re turned from their trip to the moun tains Sunday night last, looking hale and hearty. Hon. Frank Hart came in from the mountains tile forepart of the week He reports the range in good shape and stock in flue condition. Robt. Casbeer, a prominent sheep roan from the Ileber country, canfe to the city Wednesday last for supplies ■>,hd —recreation. Lieut. Harry Spaulding, of Co. H. 3, Regiment, N. Y. V., formerly of Ari zona, died in Los Angeles on the 25th of September, and was buHPd by the G A E. ■ James Watson started for Brandon, ! Wisconsin, last Monday; to bring his : wife home. Jim was tired leading a bachelor life. Dick Bauerbach is training his brown gelding, Whirlwind and if ho contih ues tc improve in speed, will challenge Star Pointer in the fall of 1898 Happy is he who has learned this one thing— to do the plain duty of the mo ment quickly and cheerfully, whatever it may be. There are fifteen Mojave Indians at work in the railroad yards at this place, accompanied by the usual quota I of sflbaws to do the choking. -„ > j District Attorney Burbage returned ! from the county seat on No. 1 Thurs ’ day morning, where he had been on business pertaining to his office. Attorney F. W. Nelcdn aud bride ar rived el home on No. 1 Thursday morn ing from Las Vegas Hot Springs. Mrs. Nelson will prove a valuable acquisi tion to Winslow. Mr. Cascnan, several years ago cash ier at the Harvey House in this place now a resident of Albuquerque, was in Winslow for a few days daring the week, renewing old acquaintances. Mrs. Pullar, the estimable wife of our master mechanic, is expected to arrive at home on or about the loth instant, and will accompany her husband to Michigan to attend a family reunion in honof Pf bis parents golden wedding. DENTISTRY.—Dr. D. Pentland.the Prescott Dentist, is at Downs’ Hotel. Those needing his services will please call at once, Sk he can only remain a few dcy3 longer. Satisfaction guaran teed or no charge. The run from here to Gallup has a | fascinating attraction for two of our 1 popular brake-men. They declare most ; positively and emphatically that Man uelito is the prettiest spf t 'r the south west. All the boys are in love with that spot. Messrs. Engelhart and Gol den declare if that station was dropp :d | they would lean- the road. Winslow is becoming quite an im portant point in the traffic of the San ta Fe Pacific. Its local trade, both pas senger and freight, has more than dou bled during the past six months. This shows that our city has grown, and it continues to grow. Gus Heyman came in from the west Sunday evening, and remained with us three or four days. Gus is one of the most popular traveling men who visits our territory and is known throughout Arizona. Mrs. R. S. McClaflin and daughter, have gone to Rawlins, Wyoming, on a visit to relatives. Mrs. McClaflin will return in December, in the meantime R. S. is a forlorn and disconsolate bach elor pro tem. A Topeka man, who swears a great deal, recently got ma»riod. While hold ing a stepladder for his wife to adjust a picture he said: “Be careful, darling, or you will fail and break your d n neck.” The Santa Fe Pacific is doing an im mense business these days. Every one connected with the road is kept on the jump, day and night The number of trains in and out of Winslow for the month of September was eight hun dred, an average of twenty-seven trains a day for the entire month. This speaks well for the prosperity of the road. Mr. W. H. Cooley, Division Foreman of the Water Service of the Santa Fe Pacific railroad is off on a sixty day’s leave of absence, to visit bis old home at Braincrd, Minnesota. Mr. C. E. Van Fossen will fill the rain-makers place daring his absence and see thatJupi iter Pluviug attends to his duties. It is whispered about among the boys that Mrs. Cooley may accompany Rain in-the-face on his return. The San Marcial Bee says: Richard Muldary, one of the most popular train men running Out of San Marcial, will be joined in matrimony at El Paso next Monday to Miss Dora V. Goodhue, a particularly handsome and refined young lady of Rincon. Mr. Muldary j was once a resident of Winslow and is i well and favorably, known to many of our residents. Misses Mary and Belle, the handsome and accomplished daughters of station agent Tarr at Manuelito, spent some ! ten days or two weeks visiting Wins ;low, guests of Mrs. McClaflin and Mrs. Burke. The young ladies left for their home on No. 2 Monday, and since their departure two of our most popular young men have been almost incon solable. They look as if they had come to the conclusion there was nothing left worth living for. G. E. Bauerbach is in receipt of a communication from J. J. Brice, U. S. Fish Commissioner, that a consign ' meat cf rock bass"black bass and crap pie will be delivered to him at this point within the next thirty days, and noti fying him to be in readiness to receive them. These fish will be placed in Clear Creek, and any one caught using giant powder for fishing, ought to be strung up by the heels and nibbled to death by young ducks. H. N. Porter, th'9 postal operator and line repairer, twenty-six years old and weighs 230 pounds, with no surplus flesh, has been complaining the entire week. Lays it to overwork. Went out last Monday to put up a pole about one and a half miles east of town. Caught a freight gbmg out, but had to hoof it back. Hasn't entirely recovered from the tremendous exertion yet. Yet he thinks of attempting the trip to Klon dike in the spring. Th9 Winslow Dramatic and Operatic Club gave a dance at La Prade’s Hali Wednesday night last, the proceeds from v/hich are to bo expended in fit ting up a hall in which to give enter tainments. There was a goodly num ber in attendance.and a pleasant time was had. A suitable tall for dramatic entertainments is sorely needed in Winslow, and any movement looking to that end should meet with a cordial and liberal from our citizens. Arizona is noted as being one of the best cattle , breeding sections of Uncle t Sam’s vast domain.' Nayaio. county ! can now lay claim to having the most prolific, consequently the most valua ble cow, in Arizona, or for that matter in the entire world. There is a man in this county who; according to the as sessment of 1596, owned one cow. He returned to the assessor in 1897, seven ty-five head of stock cattle, and has made one cf two shipments of beef cattle, and so far as known has bought no cattle. Fifty cows like this one ikonifl sobii overstock the range and make their owner a millionaire. An exchange ssys: Don’t tell a news paper reporter, when he calls upon you on business, things which he does not want to print. He does not call for in formation for the fun of it. He is there on business. If you give the informa tion frankly, you will ip ninety-nine | gases out of a hundred be accurately j reported and treated respectfully. If 1 you refuse on any Other than trivial \ grounds, your reticence will be respect | ed. If you try to outwit the reporter by an effort to mislead him or by direct misrepresentation, you are sure to make a mess of it and wish that you had been bettob etdWbd. ftls?.bußeysnhthi?id ■ ! any foolish impression that newspaper reporters are malignant persons trying to stir up strifo in the world. There is a right way and a wrong way, i an e&sy way and a tsa ! ' i " 'ey to do any • and everything. Indians leaving their i reservations on hunting expeditions* ij has been onoUf the most annoying; an r b one of the moat difficult things to han dle our officials have to contend with. Sheriff Wattron waa notified a few days since that a band of White Moun tain Apaches were off the reservation killing deer. He immediately notified Lieut. Rivers, Indian Agent at Fort Apache, of the fact and that they were violating the law. The Lieutenant im mediately sent out, had the hunting party brought in and put to work about the post as a punishment and a remind er for the future. These Indians were arrested and punished at a cost of two cents for a postage stamp to the coun ty. A lady in this town on a summer night went out on her bike in the bright moonlight. She pedaled around from six to ten, on a trip that’d fag the stron gest man, but her heart was light and her spirits gay, for it wasn’t work; it was nothing but play Next morning, however, she’d a pain in her head, she was all played out and she stayed in bed, while her mother in the kitchen below—not to ride awheel, but to make things go. Though the morning was hot and she worked by the fire, she didn’t collapse with a punctured tire; Alas, we leave this for readers to see who in thunder this could be. —Ex. The Las Vegas Optic sounds the fol lowing note of warning to its delin quent subscribers: If newspaper pro prietors were to publish the names of subscribers who take, road and enjoy, and are gratified by, yet refuse to pay for their home papers, the reputation of most communities for moral honesty would depreciate very greatly. We are now getting up a list of those who have swindled us out of our labor and capi tal within the past eighteen years, and publication in the near future will prove entertaining reading. Holbrook Items. Nat Greer returned from quite an ex tended trip east on No. 1 Thursday morning, looking as if he had enjoyed his travels. Treasurer Scott has returned from his sheep camps and resumed his offi cial life. Rain has become so common, that as a news item, there is no novelty—in reporting it. R. 0. Kinder left for his sheep ranch during the early part of the week, and took out a consignment of sheep dip, which he proposes to see properly and carefully applied before his return. Hook Larsen, dame rumor says, will, in the near future, take unto himself a partner for life. The lady, it is said, is one of the leaders of society in Pleas ant Valley. Dr. Woolford, of Snowflake, was in the city a few days ago, on profession al business. Mrs. Harry Zuck, from Tempo, is in the city, on a visit to her husband’s parents. Stoves occupy the most prominent position in our stores just now. They stare you in the face wherever you go, and remind us that overcoats are be coming a necessity, but where and how to get one, is the puzzler. County Recorder Frisby has return ed from his usuai monthly visit to his home in Snowfiake, arid is once more oocupying his desk in the court house. J. H. Richards, of St. Joseph, was a visitor to the county seat of govern ment one day this week. J. W. Ellison, of Pleasant Valley, made a drive and shipment of cattle from this station, the early part of the week. Archie Cameron came in from his ranch, near Heber, the early part of the week, took back with him a consign ment of sheep dip. Mrs. Bernard Schuster and children, after a protracted visit in Southern Cal ifornia, returned home the other day. H. J. Messenger, a prominent rancher of Gila county, was in our city during the week purchasing supplies. J. A. Shepard, proprietor of the G-bar outfit, is in the city, and expects to ship cattle in a few days. We understand that Joe Woods and Bert Potter propose going to Alaska in the spring with a drove of cattle. Beef is a luxury they have but little of in that locality and would, undoubtedly, command fabulous prices. It appears that the delay in the trans fer of the control and management of the Sonora Limited railroad to the S. P. Co. arises from the fact that the transfer or sale of the road was made by the Santa Fe Company to the South ern Pacific Company without the sanc tion of the federal government of Mex ico, which, it is claimed, was in viola tion of the law governing the sale of the road, which is a subsidy road. It is also stated tb&t the Mexican govern ment is considering the proposition of confiscating the road for this alleged breach of the law. The managing offi cials of the road have gone to Sonora with the hope of rectifying the error.— Tucson Star. According to the corrected duplicate assessment list of Graham county for the year 1897, the assessable property amounts |to $2,008,419.88 which will bring a revenue of $76,320 12. This lifts the county from a fourth to a third i class county. In this change, however, I : the increase of expenses cnly amounts j to about SSOO, and the revenue from the ! additional property over what it has heretofore been will much more than cover this amount. With the rate at S what it now is in gix months more the! county will probably be on a cash basis, : which is very encouraging.—Guardian. 1 You can secure her acquittal on the ground that she is a kleptomaniac,can’t youY’ said the pri'-onev’s husband to • | his lawyer. “I am afraid not.” faplied j the ptiorney, “you have admitted that , are in very moderate circumstances.” LESSER&SAWYER new goop-s new GOOP-S Lesser & Sawver Winslow : : Arizona. < MARTIN BROS., t> FORMERLY OF WILLIAMS, MEAT MARKET. TWO DOORS EAST OF BARBER SHOP. DEALERS IN ALL KINDS FRESH MEATS, VEGETABLES, FRUITS, FRESH AND SALT FISH' GIVE US : A CALL 1 A THE FINEST BRANDS OF i CIGARS J —COMEjFROM THE REOTTION * SALOON THE MOST— i Fashionable and Popular Resort IN WO SLOW. NONE BUT THE VERY FINESTj WINES, * BRANDIES * AND * WHISKIES. CLUB ROOMS, i ! BILLIARDS AN D POOI .. \ ; \ I j L. W. JOHNSON r CO., Winslow Livery, Feed & Sale Stable Express and Transfer. Dealers Jfc in ICE. HAY & GRAIN First National Bank Albuquerque, New Mexico. Authorized Capita! $500,00d PAID UP CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFIfS, 5175,000 Officers and pijpeotors. roSHUA REYNOLDS, President, A. A. KEEN, Cashier, A. A. GRANT', yj. \v. FLOURNOY, Vice President, FRANK McKEE, Ass t Cashier. JrvteJ £ tat 03 Depository and Depository for Atlantic & Pacific end AtcinsoS 'Tri-ir.k'n X- SGtiH Ep Tbs'Hrrrads,