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| RECEPTION | I SALOON, 1 I | £ FRANK F. FLICKINGER, Pro. «f o 1 WINSLOW, ARIZONA. I- S' «p AGENT FOE % l ' | |s> Stargo Cigars and Whiskies. s I oa Jo 5 ALSO THE CELEBRATED 5? 9 I I. \V. Harper Whiskey. | 6 i 9 THE FINEST * «& s Wines, Brandies, & Cigars. |f « % THE TAILOR. No need to give orders for clothes to be made in the East or in California. Suits made to order for from §2O up. Patronize Home Industry. Fit Guaranteed. Shop with Wiggin, the Plumber, next door to Nelson & Bur bage’s Law Office. THE SENATE, A Brand New Saloon, Just Opened. Ready for Business and noJosh. ALL KINDS OF Wines, Liquors and Fine Gigars. BOTH KEG AND BOTTLED BEER, e i irr c 1 I eni p’«, ON TAP AT ALL TIMES. La Prade’s Brick Block, CHURCH STREET. Doors Unlocked Key Thrown Away FORSYTHE & TRUAX, Pros. Livery, Feed AND Sale Stable. R. C. CRESWELL, PROPRIETOR. WINSLOW ARIZONA. IDeralcr- in Coal, Hay and Grain OF ALL KINDS. Good Teams. Rias and Saddle Ilorses ; o FOR ALL Parts of the Country Ratesßeasonahle Vienna Bakery. Ernest Ferar. Pro. KINSLEY AVENUE. WINSLOW, ARIZ. Bread, Cakes and Pies delivered at liomes daily. Min* Cate a Spejinliy NOTICE I To whom it may concern. This is to notify all persons that I will not be responsible for any debts hereafter contracted by Sarah F.. Da vis, my wife. .She having abandoned me without any cause whatever. W. A. DAVIS. Dated June 22,1899. I Santa Fe Pacific R. R. Company. CONDENSED TIME TABLE NO. 4G, EFFECTIVE NOV. 2, 1898. WESTWARD. EASTWARD STATIONS. No.l. No. 2. 10 OOp Ev Chion.ro ... Ari 9 OOp 1120a .. Kansas City 7 00a 3 20a Denver 5 uOp 4 25a -.LaJuuta II 50a ' 8 05p Albuquerque.... 10 25p 2 20a Wingate 5 35p 2 w* .Gallup, 4 55p h *•>» Holbrook 120 p i !l 05a -.Winslow, 12 15p I 0 30a Flagstaff 10 40:» I 11 l >a Williams. o 1 12 lOpjAr. Ask Fork ,!l'v 8 05a ! 12 :Cip LV Ash; Fork Ar 5 50a “ "'PIAr Jerome Junction .Ev 4 00a 2 r, Prescott Lv 2 10a f 4'P Ar Congress Junction Lv It 25p 9 20pj Ar Phoenix Lv 8 30p 12 30p Lv Ash Fork Ar 7 45a \ Peach Springs 4 20a •4 JOP Kingman 1 50a 1* 4>p Needles 10 43n 705 p -Blake o 27p !- p Bagdad 6 40p 12 h>a Daggett 4 05p jl~ ** a Ar Barstow. Lv 3 OOp ' - l” a Kramer il2 10a t Ar Mojave Lv|lo 10a 8 30a Ar Los Angeles Lv 10 20a J y -oii Diego Lv! 8 l('p 0 4->o , Ar San Francisco Ev 5 00ft No. 3. STATIONS. No. 4~ 8 OOpILv .Chicago Ar 8 15p i? k T Kansas City Ar 8 00a }1 "Va Lv Albuquerque Lv 6 15p ; *2 O ip Lv Ash Fork Lv 0 20a , 12 10p Ar San Bernardino Lv 3 iOp 1 BOplAjr Los Angelt b r. v i Sop Limited trains No. 3 westbound and No 4 enstbound, run tri-weekly. | No 8 leaves Chicago 8 p.m., Mondays, Wed nesdays and Saturdays, passes Albuquerque at 11:20 a m Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days, arriving at Los Angeles at 1:50 p. in., Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays. No 4 leaves Los Angeles at 1:20 pm, Mon days. \\ eduesdays and passing Barstow <>n the same day. Albuquerque at 6:1.- p m. Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, arriving in Chicago at 8:15 am, Thursdays. Saturdays and Tuesdays. Only 65 hours be tween (. hicago and E* s Angeles, the fastest train across the continent. Passengers from north of Mojave may take the limited either at Rnrstow orthe Needles, | Only first class tickets sold at full rates are honored on the Limited trains. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars through daily between Chicago and San Frarcisco, I and < hicago and Los Angeles. Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars daily he t«een Chicago and San Francisco and Clii , cago and Los Angeles. lourist cars leave San Francisco every lupsniiy and Los Angeles every Wednesday. , running through to Kansas City, Chicago 1 and Boston. 1 lie Grand Canyon of the Colorado can be j reached only by this line, i Ask for a beautifully illustrated book I which will be mailed free. JOHN J. BYRNE. General Passenger Agent. 1 . Eos Angeles,Cal. j j Wanted—An Ides £ES Frotect your idea?: they may bring you wealth. WrUe JOHN WEDDEKBUKN & CO., Patent Attor neys. Washington, d. 0., for their sl.Su) prize oiler ana iiai of two iimpjred iuvsuUooj wanted. jLSru-U-t-v*. THURSDAY. JULY 20, 1899. i SECRET SOCIETIES. * A STATED MEETINGS OF WINSLOW Lodge, No. 13, F.andA. M. are held in Masonic Hall, on the second Wednesday of each month. Visit ing brethren arecordially invited to attend. W H. Burbage, W. U. Edwin W. Fraser, Secretary. POST OFFICE HOURS. Week —8 amto2 pm, and from 3pm to 7:30 p ni. Sundays from 4 to 5 p m. TALK OF THE TOWN. The Winslow Mail for sale by J. F. Mahoney. Geo. F. Schaal, optician. Diamonds watches and jewelry. Fine watch re pairing a specialty. Navajo Hotel, Winslow, Arizona. * When a man acts the fool he calls it sowing wild oats. For good cigars and chew ing tobacco call on J. F. Ma honey. * Go to J. F. Mahoney’s for the best stock of fresh candies, nuts, stationery, school books, peri odicals and the latest dailies from both east and w’est. * It's a very small god that men can carry in the pocket. For Rent—Two neatly fur nished. comfortable rooms, In quire at Mrs. Kelly's cottages.* Willum’s happy. Baby has returned. 1 Vi inslow people know how to be comfortable. They buy screen-doors, screens and stick ■ ’em fly paper at Babbitt’s. * Try the new shoemaker, one door Avest of Drumm Brothers’ . barber shop. * All things come to him who waits—bad luck included. Still a few left of those oil stoves. Such a comfort to cook on them in hot weather. Bab bitt Bros. * Ed Park is quite domestic in his habits and inclination. For Rent—Nieely furnished rooms. For particulars inquire of Mrs Vincent, near Mrs. Wag oner's. * We cling to our faults with a firmer grasp than we do to our virtues. The Rev. Robert Renison will conduct services in the Episco pal church every Thursday even ing 7:45. The public generally are cordially invited. * Go to J. F. Mahoney’s for California Nugget Smoking To bacco, the best on earth. * W: H. Burbage was called to Holbrook Wednesday morning 1 in connection with his office. Are you looking for furniture. Call on Babbitt Bros, for any ; thing in that line. Their prices ; are right, being carload buyers.* > - ! The modest man who takes a ! back seat these days is uot call ed up higher, but is pushed out the back door to make room for ; the deadheads. 1 Two nicely furnished rooms to rent. Inquire of Mrs. W. A. j ; Davis, Cottage No. 5, south side j 1 of the track. * I Carpenters are in demand. Judge Parr remarked inourhear -1 ing a few r days since that he could put six more at work, if . he could find them. ■ Lightning never strikes tAvice » in the same place. The analogy betAveen lightning and a woman driving a nail, while striking, is ! j doubtless quite accidental. The man who tells } T ou a se cret. and asks you not to tell, doesn't treat you right; he'en jjoys telling it, and forbids } r ou ; having a good time. Trains are. noAv and then, de layed by washouts east of here, i but so far the rainfall in this j immediate vicinity has not been enough to swim a musquito. Burt Mossman, superinten-; dent of the Aztec Land and Cat- ] ! tle Company, spent two or three da3’s in V> insloAA’, the first part of the Aveek, seeing to the ship ment of eleven hundred head of cattle to Kansas and Colorado | pastures. x ra.uk. w anace, t'eie ir'emuei'- j ton. Col. M. R. Tate, “Windy Bob, " and the rest of the Hash- j knife outfit, were circulating j about our city the forepart of! the week. Billy Burke left on No. 2 to | day for Jemez Springs, to try the baths for rheumatism. Geo. Cannon changed his mind when it come to the scratch. Couldn't “jar loose ” The Pacific coast will soon catch The Mail's pencil pusher. Our casa grande is finished, and as soon as it is suitably furnish ed, he proposes to charter a special train to take him to the | coast and return. “We have sold many different cough remedies, but none has i given better satisfaction than | Chamberlain’s,” says Mr. Chas. ; Holzhauer, Druggist, Newark, N. J. “It is perfectly safe and can be relied upon in all cases of coughs, colds or hoarseness. Sold by W. 11. Campbell, Drug gist. * Hon. T. S. Bunch was a visi tor to our city Tuesday. Regal business brought him down from L the clouds. He was a welcome visitor at The Mail office. If devoted attention has any ■ significance, “two souls will be made to beat as one, ” in a short time and those who may want ’ plumbing will have to wait un til the honeymoon is over. > U. S. Deputy Marshal Cran dell was in Winslow Tuesday, after jurymen to sit in the U. S. District Court which will com > mence its session in Prescott > next Monday. lie summoned the following named as such jurymen: 11. V. La Prade, John > Downs, G. L. Drumm, J. T. Wil liams, C. W. Doty and R. C. Creswell. They will leave on L No. 1 Sunday morning. We have decided to sacrifice our ladies waists, and as a re sult the knife goes in deep. All waists selling from $1.75 to $3.50, now go at $1.50, all below $1.75, go now at SI.OO. Don’t miss this chance to get a cele i brated Trojan Waist Babbitt j Bros. * John Wanamaker once said: ■ j “In addition to the benefits of j advertising in the way of build ing up a business, there comes a time in the life of every, man when he needs the friendship and support of newspapers. And if he is a judicious advertiser he does not need to ask for their friendship and support. He has it already.” Hon. Joseph T. Patterson, one of St. Johns most prominent and influential citizens, was a visitor to the metropolis of Nav ajo county last Tuesday. He paid The Mail office a friendly visit and we renewed our friend ly relations by talking over old times. He informed us that St. Johns was improving slowly, but that the improvements go j ing up were permanent, solid | and substantial. An exchange says it is not in frequently supposed that men who are severe, judicial and crit ical are the intellectual supe riors of others who are lenient, kindly and charitable. The lat- j ter are beloved, it is true, but j the former are feared and res- j pected as having a higher stand- i ard, and perhaps more strength.-; of mind and force of character, j Yet it is safe to say that in the ; generality of cases the exact! opposite of this is the truth. It requires very littie knowledge and very little intelligence to find fault. The foundation for fifteen ad ditional stalls to the round house has been commenced, and we understand the contractors j have instructions to lose no time ; !in completing the building. Ex- j cavating is also going on for a large addition to the machine i shops. From the improvements I the Santa Fe Pacific is making. 1 not alone at this place, but along its entire line, they must antici | pate a largely increased traffic ; in the near future. If their an ticipations are realized, and j there is no reasonable ground 1 for doubting it, the population of Winslow will necessarily be j | materially increased. xij. .Lxtue retmaeu ironi Deii ver >*sunday 7 . He made a fairly ; b r °°d sale of his cattle, but says he would have done better had ! he deferred his shipment a week or two longer. No rain had fall- j en in that section and the pros- J pects for feed were rather bad. It began to rain, however, the day he arrived, and continued for several days, which created a better feeling and prices are likely to range some higher. E. C. Bright, the affable and popular pumper at the Clear j Creek station, was driving about our city, viewing the improve ; ments that are taking place, the ! first part of the week. We hear that he seriously contemplates making a radical change in his manner of living. He doesn’t mind cooking so much, but wash ing the dishes is piling it on a little too thick. He hasn't fully made up his mind whether he will get married or beg, borrow or steal a dog to wash dishes for him. An Epidemic of Diarrhoea. Mr. A. Sanders, writing from Cocoanut Grove, Florida, says there has been quite an epidem ic of diarrhoea there. He had a severe attack and was cured by four doses of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy 7 . He says he also re commended it to others and they say it is the best medicine they ever used. For sale by W. R. Campbell, Druggist. * J. X. Woods-spent the greater part of the week at Holbrook equalizing the valuations of tax able property throughout the county. The Board, in order to keep down the rate of taxation as low as possible have raised valuations wherever possible. As a matter of fact, if all prop erty were assessed according to the figures at which it is held, the rate of taxation could be materially reduced. Property owners would have no more to pay, and it would give the coun ty better standing abroad. It is no use kicking because you have been raised. It requires a cer tain amount of money to run the county. Property owners have to foot the bills. Each should bear his just proportion of the burden, and no back talk. The youthful lovers who have been in the habit lately of using the Catholic church steps on which to do their courting, had better seek some more secluded spot, as their actions have been watched by a number of the res idents in the neighborhood. Only two nights ago they were watch ed by different parties, and from what the Orb reporter learns, it must have been exceedingly in teresting. and it came near be ing decidedly more so to the lovers. A word to the wise.— Bisbee Orb. Without the water from Clear Creek the railroad company would have had a hard time this spring and summer. They have been hauling water west as far Ash Pork to run the road. If the company had spent one tenth the amount in developing the permanent water we have here, it has spent west of here, in trying to make water where I there was none, they could have had an ample supply to run the j entire system in case of neces- I sity and to reclaim thirty or for - thousand acres of land be ; side. It would not require the outlay of a vast amount of cap | ital to throw a dam across Clear i Creek that would raise the water to the level of the bridge. In I ordinary seasons enough water runs to waste down that stream to fill it and keep it full. But to make assurance doubly sure, with a small outlay the waters of Chevelon could be thrown in-; to Clear Creek by darning and ditching. That would solve the j water problem so far as a per-1 j manent and adequate supply is | | concerned. District Attorney Burbage and 1 Supervisor Woods returned from Los Angeles Sunday where they had been to meet with the Santa Fe Pacific officials to come to some agreement in regard to their taxes. District Attorney Ruiz and Supervisor Lopez, rep resented Apache county at the conference, while Messrs. Clark. Pulliam and Greenlaw were sent ; ro ace tor Coconino, ine repre- 1 sentatives from the three coun-! ties were all present at the first j or informal conference, when it was agreed that the railroad company would submit a propo sition for the consideration of the representatives of the coun ties the next afternoon at three o’clock. At the appointed time and place Apache and Navajo county's representatives and the representatives of the railroad j company met, the Coconino del j egation was conspicuous by its absence. The assembled repre sentatives waited for the absen tees with what patience they could command until 5 o'clock, ; when they had to adjourn with out having accomplished any thing definite. Coconino should have sent representatives to that conference who took suffi cient interest in her financial welfare to attend to their busi ness first, and pleasure after ward. NOTSCEI The annual Old Folks’ gath ering for Navajo county, will be held at Snowflake, on the second Tuesday and Wednesday of Au gust, 1899. All persons of 65 years and upward, are especially invited to attend. This includes the wife or husband of the aged Iver son, whether within the age lim it or not. All accommodations at Snowflake will be free. The general public are request ed to use their influence, and means when needed, to enable the old folks of their respective towns and neighborhoods, to meet each other at these annual gatherings, and have a good old fashioned time. Allen Frost, Chairman Central Committee, Snowflake. IS IT EIGHT For an Editor to Recommend Pat ent Medicines ? From Sylvan Valley News, Brev rad, N. C. It may be a question whether the editor of a newspaper has the right to publicly recommend any of the various proprietary medicines which flood the mar ket, yet as a preventive of suf fering we feel it a duty to say a good word for Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. "We have known and used thiz medicine in our family for twenty years and have al ways found it reliable. In many cases a dose of this remedy 7 would save hours of suffering while a physician is awaited. We do not believe in depending implicitly on any medicine for a cure, but we do believe that if a bottle of Chamberlain’s Diar rhoea Remedy were kept on hand and administered at the inception of an attack much suf fering might be avoided and in very 7 many cases the presence of a physician would not be re quired. At least this has been our experience during the past twenty years. For sale by W. R. Campbell, Druggist. * mam FOR SALE. One large, six-hole range stove and cooking utensils complete, used only six months. A great bargain. Price, S3A Inquire of L. W. JOHNSON. Dissolution Notice. The firm of Booth & Steffen, plum bers, second-hand furniture and gen eral repair, have this, sth day of June, 1890, dissolved partnership by mutual agreement. Wm. Steffen retiring. All outstanding accounts due the said Arm, wilj be paid to F. C. Booth, and all the indebtedness due by said firm, will be paid by F. C. Booth, who will continue the business. The soda water and bottling business heretofore con ducted by the said firm, has been as sumed and will beconducted hereafter by Wm. Steffen. F. C. BOOTH, Wm. STEFFEN. Winslow, June 5,1899. THOS. SEEGER, DEALER IN Pure Artificial lee. 1 Prompt Delivery. Courteous Treatment. \ Full Weight. j mwwm To P ™ T Docl1 ' ’ ,ieas >MzL' JIsLMJ TH£ patent r . ecor ®£ . Winslow Drug Store. W. R. CAMPBELL,“Prop. •• • • Carries a Full Line of Pure □ RUGS Patent Medicines Paints, Oils, Brushes and Varnishes. PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully * Compounded. Fine Stationery. iSSSSSSSSSSSS Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Fancy Goods. Fine W mes, Liquors, FOR medicinal use. Choice Cigars and Tobaccos. I Coffins & Caskets ALWAYS ON HAND I At Parr’s Undertaking Parlors, Opposite the Depot, I WINSLOW : : ; ARIZONA. LOUIS FILLE BOOT AND SHOE M AKER, One door west of the RECEPTION SALOON. Boots and Shoes made to order. Re pairing promptly, neatly, cheaply and substantially done. All work guaran teed. Give him a trial. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. GEORGE P. SAMPSON, Physician and Surgeon. Office in residence two doors west of the Episcopal Church. J. Q. WELCH, D. D. S. DENTIST. . Satisfaction guaranteed. Office with Dr. Dryden. J. A. DAWSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office in the residence of Frank Hicks on Church Street, WINSLOW, - - ARIZONA. W. H. BURBAGE, DISTRICT ATTORNEY, NAVAJQ COUNTY, Winslow, Arizona. Will practice in all the courts of the Ter ritory. F. W. NELSON, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, NOTARY PUBLIC. ! Winslow, : : Arizona. R. C. DRYDEN, M. D. PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. Winslow, : : : Arizona. Office hours from 10 to 12 m.. and from 2 to 4 P. M. T. S. BUNCH, J. E. JONES. BUNCH & JONES, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Office —Court House, Flagstaff. Arizona. Will practice in all the courts of Fourth : Judicial District. The f-jome l^estauraQt One door east of Breed-Rand’s Mer cantile establishment is now open and Ready for Business. Chas. Johnson, Pro. The Table will Always Contain the Best in the Market. None but the Best Cooks Employed- Up-to-date Prices. Courteous Treatment- Call and be Convinced.