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W. B. CAMPBELL, Prop. •• • • CarrUs a Full Lin* of Pur* DRUGS Patent Medicines 1 hinti, Oils, Brushes and Varnishes. "%* . - * ? PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully * Compounded. Fine Stationery. Perfumery, Toilet Articles, E;ancy Goods. Fine Wines, Liq uors : | FOR MEDICINAL USE. Choice Cigars and Tobaccos, THE SANTA FE -V ■ Mr PACIFIC RAILR O A D. iWKUTKKH DIVISION.] CONDENSED TIME TABLE NO. 4( EFFECTIVE MAT 30, 1897. WUSTWAUD. t.A Ho 1. No. 2. v 4 a Ciiicatro 9;ia, Slap ....K luoas'City 7 06. ’ IWp Denver. . 5 o>, »»a .......—, —. -uaJuuta -11 l a, I MMp Albuquerque lO 26 *S3p.. .. tV Ligate... - 6 5 4 15a ——- Gailup. A .if, • ii* Holbrook 1 M. *I0» *Viuslow 12 UC U.VJa Flagstaff., 10 16 ttSsp Williams H £O. I lOp Ask Fork 7 411 1 Mp Ash Fork 6 50 4 48p Prescott... 3 16. il Up Phoenix 7 50| 1 lip Ash Fork. .—7 15 ( i'p _..P#ah Surings 45" I U7p " Kingman - 2 1'; 1 Dip .... Needles ...,.1100 »10p Hlake 9 i; lii OOp " Bagdad, 7 35; U 40* Oaggptt - 5 15 1 25a B «rstow . 4 55 t jOaj ...„ Kramer ; , ”‘M' 2 45a Mojave, "0 **oa Los Angeles.. - *? 4 r 115 p ... . San Diego . - l Of « 15% ~ „ <!■"' ' n ' ~ The Grand Canyon of the Colorado can h< /•ached only hy this line Ask for a beautifully illustrated bool which will be mailed free. DON A. SWEET, General Passenger Agent, Albuquerque. N. M. NOTICE. Having received the appointment o' voustable, Sanitary Inspector and Fir* Marshal, I hereby notify the residents .ml property owners of Winslow, thai l will call on them every Thursday 01 Friday of each week, for the purpose o* inspecting their premises, and to noti fy them that they mupt have ail rub bish and refuse matter removed there from. F. T. LA PRADE. BOOTS & SHOES JOE LO TUFO One door west of the Reception Saloon, has a fine a fine assortment Ladies Gents and Childrens SHOES iMi hand for sale cheap. Do 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 Once Active agents for each county. Ex clusive control and no risk. from 12 to 25 hundred dollars a Enclose stamp for lull particulars 25c for $1 sample. Big Rapids Miner* Water Co., Big Rapids, Mich. IQoffins &; Caskets! ALWAYS ON HAND Parr's Undertaking Parlors, § Opposite the Lepyt, r WINSLOW ; : s ARIZONA. P PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. Q. WELCH, D. D. S. DENTIST. Satisfaction guaranteed. Office with Dr. Dryden. T. W, Johnston. Richard B, £>loan. JOHNSTON & SLOAN, ATTORN SYS-AT'LA W. Prescott, : : : Arizona. Will attend sessions of the District Court in Vpache County. ~w. hTliurbage, DISTBICT ATTORNEY, NAVAJO OQUNTY, Winslow, Arizona. Will practice In all the courts of the Ter ritory. F. W. NELSON, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, NOTARY PUBLIC. Winslow, : : Arizona. R . c7 DRYD Kn7 M. I)7~ PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. Winslow. : : : Arizona. Office hours from 10 to 12 M., ai.d from 2 to 1 P. M, '• r T. S. BUNCH, J. E. JONES. Dist. Att’y- BUNCH & JONES, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Office —Court House, Flagstaff, Arizona. Will practice in all the courts of Fourth ■ udicial District. L<ivef ij, Feed AND sale Stable. Proprietor* DEALER IN HA Yd GRAIN OF ALL KINDS. Good Teams. E x c e i I en t V e h i c Ie s, ALWAYS READY. Also Agents for Orescent Coal Co., OF GALLUP, N. M. WINSLOW. ARIZONA. WILLIAM RODEN, Jr. Bar Mark’—Crop.right, crop and under half •rop left.' Other brand, on either side, not kept up. All increase branded as J. in cut. Range-Canyon Diablo and Mogollon moun tains. Post Officer—Winslow, Arizona jyl WASTING DISEASES WEAKEN WONDER fuIIy because they weaken you slowly, gradu* ally. Do not allow this waste ol body to make you apoor, flabby, Immature tpan.Health, strength aud vigor Is for you whether you be rich or poor. The Great Iludyau Is tp be had only from the Hu dson Medical Institute. This wonderful discovery was msdeby the specialists of the old famousllud.- son Medical Institute. It Is the strongest and most powerful vltallzer made. It is so powerful that it Is simply wonderful how harmless It is. You can get It from nowhere but from the Hudson Medical Institute. Write for circulars and testimonials. This extraordinary Rejuvenator Is the moat wonderful discovery of the age. It has been en dorsed by the leading scientific men of Europe and America. HUDYAX Is purely vegetable. HUDYAX stops prematureness of the dis charge In twenty days. Cures LOST MAX HOOD, constipation, dizziness, falling sensations, nervous twitching of the eyes and other parts. (strengthens, invigorates and tones the entire sy stem. It Is as cheap as any other remedy. JiUUDYAX cures debility, nervousness, emls si< n*. and develops and restores weak organs. Fains In the back, losses by day or night stopped t quickly. Ove. 7,000 private indorsements. Prematureness means irapoteacy lu the first j stage. It is a symptom of seminal weakness and barrenness. It can be stopped In twenty days by Bieuse of nudvan. Hudyau cos.s no more than Any other remedy'. I Bend for circulars and testimonials. TAIXTKD BLOOb- Impure blood due to serious private disorders carries myriads of sore produclnggcims. Then comes sore throat, pimples, - copper colored spots, ulcers in mouth, old sores and ■ falling hair. You can save a trip to Tlot Springs by writing for ‘Blood Book’to the old physicians of the Hudson ibfdic&l institute, . Stockton, Market u.id Ellis Sts., * SXN VKANCIBCO, CAL ©I;?? SDmslonr ptaiS, > * \ SATURDAY, JANUARY 22. lbSfi. i 1' SECRET SOCIETIES: A T STATED MEETINGS OF WINSLOW Lodge, No. 13, F. and A. M, are held Xt JfT Alasonic Hall, on tho tecoad Wednesday of each month. Visit, '■ mg brethren arecordially invited to attend. Jambs Watson, W. M. | j Edwin W. Fkasse, Secretary POST OFFICE HOURS. Week—B a m to 2p m, and from 3 p rn to 7:30 p m. I Sundays from 4t03 pm. TALK OF_THE TOWN. Elegant White Rye Whiskey $t the Navajo Sideboard. * Age makes some people wise and others only stubborn. CoaieetiQuera should make theipcan dy over bon-bon fires. Newspapers aud magazines at Me guire’s. * If women were as trifling as some men there would be more divorces. Microbes have been discovered in everything except tobacco and whisky. Finest wines, liquors, champagne’s aud cigars at Navajo Sideboard, * When a man makes a fool of himself, tie generally does the job well. China, Glass and Tinware below cost at Meguiro’s. * We presume there are many women with pretty necks unexposed. For household purposes try some of the Ulcl Private SVocK Whiskey, at the Navajo Sideboard. “ ’ * The utility of life is act in its extent; it is in tne employment of it. A man may live long and live little. Some people think that when a man is baid-hWded he uught to quit goiug with the gins. A fresh lot of caqqies just received at Meguire’s. f Merit used to succeed iu bygone days, out now it is yneeic wuicu goes to the £yont, Tor choice chewing tobacco aud ex tra hue cigars, call on Britton iu tue Navajo holei building. * The railroad boys are having a rest now But, when the iraok is cleared lucre will not be much rest for them. Joe Tufo is cfosiug out his stock of choes at behrock prices, for cusu. Cali and be convinced. A man never enjoys reading quite as union as he does just as his wife is ready to start to enured. Law is a dry study, Lijt a pretty woman’s tears often nave the desired effect on the jury. For a first-class shoe, either ladies’ or gents’, cheap for casu, call on Joe Tufo, the shoemaker. *- A divurce suit should be included in the wardrobe of the actress who hopes to be well advertised. Dark girls, with fair incomes, are al ways considered desirable factors in tne matrimonial market. For 6chool books, fine stationery, jewelry, spectacles and notions gener ally, call on Britton, at the old stand of Johnson 42 Co., *< Some peop*e are anxious to get even at auy cqst as ioug as somebody else pays for it, You are always ineetiug people who claim that they save you rnouey. What oeeomea qI the money they save you? For colds try some of the mixture of Rock, Rye, Piueappie aud Hoarhouud, at Navajo bide board. * When a womau cries till her eyes and nose get all red, she is said to have been weepihg tier-heart out* Every man reflects a lot about women but the married men’s reflections are generally not tij to prints Serenading parties can be furnished with a grade of invigorator that will make them warm numbers and insure appreciation of their musical abilities, at the Navajo Sideboard*. * Antonio Armijo, from St. Johns, is visiting relatives aud friends in YJius low for a short time. If some folks were the devil on a vis it to heaven they would get awfully homesick. C. D. Britton, successor to Johnson & Co., has received a fresh line of fine Christmas candies, confections and holiday goods. Call and examine be fore completing your Christmas pur j chases. * Barney Stiles left Flagstaff the latter part of last week for the northern Pa cific coast, with tho intention of going into Alaska iu the early spring. We hope Barney strikes it rich, j Business for Sale. i Reber, the bottler, with a record of 1 establishing bottling mineral plants, i will sell a first-class plant on reasona ble terms. Full instructions given the purchaser in the manufacture of goods. * T. L. Rebeh. j There are very few saints living now, but we have got so used to being with : j out them that we don’t miss them very \ much. Torn Vv illiamscame iu frc - _i the, .aneL Tuesday afternoon. There is plenty o‘s ; snow in'the mountains, and as chid as [ Klondike, [ ; Foa Sale.—One billiard table, thirty cues, two setts billiard balls, one side board, marble top : with twelve lockers ‘ | and plate-glass mirror. For partied ! lura address Lock Box 23, Holbrook, ; Arizona. ' * ! Winslow has been ?i3ited by several little flurries of snow during the week The fall in the mountains, judging from s the clouds, must be unprecedentedly heavy, Winslow will probably collapse now. She has lost one of her most enter prising and influential citizens. The • dancing master has left us to seek a more congenial community! Billy Bui ke has been slightly under the weather for the past few days, but his illness is not of a serious nature. ’ Close attention, good nursing aud kind treatment, which he is receiving, will soon put him on his pins in as good condition as ever, 1 had the rheumatism so badly that I could net get my hand to my head. I tried the doctor’s medicine without the least benefit. At last I thought of Chamberlain’s Pain Balm; the first bot tle relieved ajl of the pain, aud pne half of the second bottle effected a com plete cure.—W. J. Holland, Holland, Va. Chamberlain’s Pain Balmisequal ly good for sprains, swellings and lame ness, as well as burns, cuts aud bruises For sale at the Winslow drug store. * *- • Lawrence Silva, a resident of Wins low fog two years or more, died in Al buquerque last Monday. Mr. Silva had been in bad health for nearly a year. His widow is still a resident of W ins low. He was buried on the l9tb. Col. D. B. Thurston, who has been sojourning iu the southern part of the territory for two or three months past, returned to Winslow the latter part ot last week. Says he learned something about draw-poker while absent. Ih more he put up the less he drew down. O. W. O. Hardman, when sheriff of Tyler Co., W. Va., was at one time, al most prosi-ratifcd. w.ith a co»d. Tie used Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy aud was so much pleased with the quick relief and cure it afforded him, tbat he gave tne. following unsolicited testimonial: “To all who may be interested, I wish to say, that I have used Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy and find it invaluable for coughs and. colds.”' For sale by W. Campbell. * Mrs. James Watson returned to her borne in our city last, Sunday morning from Brandon, Wisconsin, where she accompanied the remains of her hus band to havethem interred in the fam ily burying ground- We are unable to 3ay whether she will remain, or sett.e up her husband’s affairs and return to Wisconsin. We under stated, the number ol buildings going up in Winslow. Judge who is in a, position to know, as he has the contract to builj nearly ali I of them, says there are twenty-three, and more in sight He thinks there will be more buildings erected in our city during the present year than iu 1 auy tvs'o ypa?£ pqst,, During the past two years, Mrs- J. W. ’ Alexander, wife of the editor of the . Waynesboro (Miss.) Times, has, in a great many instances, relieved her baby when in the first stages of croup, by [ giving it Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy. , Sfle looks upou this .remedy’ as a house hold necessity aud believes that no bet ter medicine has ever been put iu bot > ties. There are many thousands ot : mothers iu tnis broad land, who are ot the same opinion. It is the only reme dy that cap always be depended upon : as a preventive and cure for croup. The . 25 and 50 cent bottles are for sale by W. R. Campbell. * The Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire men will give a grand ball and supper next Thursday night, the 27th instaut, at La Trade’s Halt They have secured the Port Wingate String Band, which insures the very best of music, and have spared no expense in getting up a supper suitable to the occasion. It is their intention to make this the bali of the season. Every one should at tend, Frank Flickinger went to Hartford, Kansas, to spend the holidays with his father aud mother, returned Sunday iast on No. 1. It was generally under stood among the boys, (whether they had any ground for their suspicions, we are unable to say,) tbat ho would be accompanied on bis return by a bet ter half. But, if he brought Mrs. F., back with him, she has kept very shady. No one has seen her. It may be tbat Frank was afraid his peaceful slumbers might be rudely disturbed some nigbt, if the boys were to find it out. Or. it may be that he changed his mind. Or, it may be that she reconsidered the ; matter. Or—well, it’s nobody’s busi : ness but hers and Franks. It is next to impossible for us to get the name of every one who arrives or j departs from Winslow, where they are I from or their destination, whose sister, brother, cousin or aunt they may be, > how long they expect to remain and ‘ how they propose to spend their time • while here. We have something else • to do rather- than waltze over to the depot on the arrival, and degarture of , j trains, buttonhole every individual, - j male or female, who gets otf the train, - • and ask who they are, whom tLey have i come to visit, where they are from- how ; long they are going to remain, what \ \ they propose doing while here? And, . ii we aid we would very likely receive “Xone of yourd d business,” for an answer or get our cranium cracked, if r the visitor bp.ppened to boos the mas . buline gender, or a parasol smashed to j pieces ov9r our cccoanut if of the op . pdsite sex. We don’t propose to take , these chances. If any of oiir readers have friends or relatives visiting them and want the fact noted, if they will t calf we will take pleasure in publishing the facts and thank them Deside. 1 -a 1. r The Johnson canyon tunnel, eleven miles east of Ash Fork, caught od fire Monday last from sparks from a loeo • motive, it is supposed The tunnel is timbered overhead, and lined with two 3 layers of corrugated iron. It is thought 1 that some of the it op got loose aud the sparks got between the iron aud the timbers. A gang of men was put to work to subdue the fire, when the top caved in near the center of the tunnel, ‘ which is about 1,000 feet long, killing ( Pat Lyons, road-master; seriously, but not fatally injuring Mr. Matthews and a section hand. We understand tha? Division Superintendent Hibbard was . also slightly injured. Freight traffic - over the Santa Fe Pacific line is entire ly suspended, until such time as the , tunnel can be cleared. Passengers and the maiis are beiug transferred, aud , trains are making their regular ruus. L'his accident will prove a serious loss to the road It was doing all the busi ’ ness it could handle, and a suspension of the traffic for a few days will entail a considerable loss to the company. We have not learned whether the msi - agetpegt propose to make an open cut or repair the tunnel. The newspapers in the various coun tiesof the territory have been boat ing about the promptness with which the people have paid their taxes this year and the small amount that has gone delinquent. At the earns time , eulogizing their officers tor what they have done. The officials of Navajo county, without a solitary exception, have been as diligent and as cpnsaien tious in tfce discharge of their duties, as the officers of any county in the territory, barring none. They are mak ing no boasts of it either. Are not palling each other oq the back for hav ing performed their plain duty,aa wae expected of them when elected by the people. There is only $1,106 28 on the delinquent list for 1898 in this county. I’he Treasurer has collected for the year 1897 $32,139.53; sl,l 9,85 of the de linquent list of 1896, aud $92 75 for 1895. L’his shows that our Tax Collector aud District Attorney have attended strict ly to the discharge of their duties, and uo other county has done any better in this respect. The public schools coO he county $10,267.75 the past year, bu\ the money was well expended. Roll of Honor, , Following is the roll of honor for the , Winslow public school:. GRAMMAR DEPARTMENT. Louis Krentz, Agnes Rayle and Sion La Prade. PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. Florence Forsythe, Abuudia Jara i millo, Frankie Hart, Gladys Bell, Edna , Lesser, Kathleen Daze, Joe Domain, • Jesse Bennett, Lillian Williams, Edith ' Parks, Edna Parks,Kitty Ludkoy, Wil 1 lie Daze, Davie Daze, Gillie La Prade, Francis Wallace, Claire Hart, Goldie Bennett, Rpscoe Gates. Mr. Marshall, the principal, inform^ * us that in his department the pupil » are well up in their studies, but are de ficient in deportment. STOLEN. ( From the premises of W. G. Tucker. hi Wipslow, one sorrel horse, with long 1 flowing mane, white face and two white - hind feet, branded JOE on left thigb. , £ will pay S3O for the recovery of the horse and the arrest aud conviction of the thief. I have also a dark sorrel horse run aiug on the range, with a star in the forehead, two white hind feet, branded forty-foiiT oq the left thigh, the right - hand 4 upside dowp. I will pay S2O for ■ -he delivery of this horse to me in Winslow. W. G. TUCKER, I . ' : Probate Notice. Territory of Arizona,^ County of Navajo, j In the matter of the estate of Broder Lorensen, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the last will and testament of Broder Loren sen, deceased, has been filed with the Clerk of the Probate Court of Navajo County, for probate; and it has been ordered by the court that Monday, January 24th, 1898, at ten o’clock a. m., be set as the time for the probate of said will, ( ) Dated tbis 29th day of De ■j seal l cember, A. D., 1987. B. F. Jackson, Clerk of Probate Court. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. HOMESTEAD ENTRY NO. 130-1. Land Office ax Prescott, Akiz. January 12, IH9B. Notice Is hereby given that the following named settler has filed noth 8 of his inten tion to make final pr of in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made be , fore the Clerk of ihe Probate Court at, Hol brook, Arizona, on February viFth. 1896. viz: i William R. Campbell, for the northeast %of the northwest 34 and the north 34 and south i east 34 of the northeast 34 section 80 township 19 north, range 16 east. 1 He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultiva tion of, said land, viz: * George A Wolff, Lafuyette W Johnson, Wm . H Dagg and E A Sawyer all of Winslow, Ari zona. . FREDERICK A. TRITLE. Jr. „ Register. l First publication January 2:1,1898,. LESSER&SAWYER DEALERS IN GENERAL merchandise, HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THE FINEST BRANDS OF t CIGARS 3 -COME FROM THE RECEPTION - SAEOON —THE MOST Fashionable and Popular Resort IN WINSLOW. NONE BUT THE VER3 FINEST, WINES. * BRANDIES * AND * WHISKIES. CUU B ROOMS:, BILLIARDS ROOI .. L. W. JOHNSON - CO.. Winslow Liver;!. Feed & Sale Stable Express and Transfer, Dealers 'i' in ICE, HAY & GRAIN First National Bank Alloucjuerque, New Mexico. Authorized Capital ' $500 f 00& PAID UP CAPITAL. SURPLUS AND PROFITS. $175,000* OfTlcers and Directors. /OSHUA REYNOLDS, President, A. A. KEEN, Cashier, A. A. GRAN A M. W. FLOURNOY, Vice President, FRANK McKEE, Ass’t Cashier.* United States Depository and Depository for Atlantic A Pacific and Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Railroads. DOCTOR —> Ackers _ ENGLISH Remedy for Coughs, Colds, and Consumption is beyond question the greatest of all modern medicines. It will stop a Cough in one night, check a cold in a day, prevent Croup, relieve Asthma, ; and cure Consumption if taken in ; time. u You can’t a Tord to be with- j 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 use it promptly. It is sure to cure. Thre* Sizes—aje., joc. and ft. All Druggists. ACKER MEDICINE CO., z 6 & x 8 Chambers St., JY. Y. t»mnwiiilUiiiHiniiiiimwm«mw<ia i turn . J RELIABLE man or W3HIG(i WOMAN. ASSURED Immediately St b pe t r° SON. 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