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1 SALOO, | 2 FRANK F. FLICKiNGER, Pro. «§ ? s T WINSLOW, ARIZONA. & tr cfe * r 1 * %' AGENT FOE j& 5 «& « Stargo Cigars and Whiskies. •§? 1? ' .* ALSO THE CELEBRATED ff Qj? | I. W. Harper Whiskey. | w c& S> . -s& 2 the finest | Wines, Brandies, & Cigars. j§ the; AMERICAN CHOiThoUSE. Church street, Winslow, Arizona, one door east of MURTEL & MEEHAN’S SALOON. Everything in the Market, in Season. PRIVATE ROOMS FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Never Closed. Meals at Any Hour. Good Cooks- Corteous Help. Prompt Attention. WINSLOW J.UMHKK YARD! Sash, Doors, Shingles, Laths, and all Kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL FOR SALE at THE NEW LUMBER YARD, CORNER OF OAK STREET AND WARREN AVENUE. Plans and Specifications Furnished on all Classes of Building's. S. E. PATTON, Manager. SENATE SALOOnT HEADQUARTERS FOR Finest Wines, Whiskies and Cigars. See Our Display of Case Goods. INVESTIGATE OUR PRICES. IF YOU SHOULD FEEL THIRSTY TRY OUR SCHOONERS OF BEER. We Respectfully Solicit Your Patronage. JOHN A. FORSYTH Prop. Livery. Feed AND Sale Stable. 11. C. CRESWELL, PROPRIETOR. WINSLOW ARIZONA. Dealer I« Coal, Hay and Grain OF ALL KINDS. Good Teams. Rigs and Saddle Horses o FOR ALL Parts of the Country Ratesßeasonable SSOO REWARD. I will pay the above reward for the arreet and conviction of any person or persons, caught handling or driving any horse or horses branded 7R con nected or H T on left thigh. The above is a standing reward. JOHN NOBLES. Winslow, Arizona, August 3, 1899. 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. Walter S. Losan, Charles M. Demond, Marx E. Harby, Norton Chase, Fred C. Hanford. LAW OFFICES OF LOGAN, DEMOND & HARBY, 27 W illiam Street, New York. Represented in Arizona by Hon. Norton Chase, Adams Hotel, Phoenix. au3l 3m W. H. BURBAGE, DISTRICT ATTORNEY, NAVAJO COCNTY, ■Winslow, Arizona. Will practice in all the courts of the Ter ritory. F. W. NELSON, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, NOTARY PUBLIC. Winslow. : : Arizona. E. C. DRYDEN, 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. BUNCH & JONES, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Office—Court House. Flagstaff. Arizona. Will practice in all the courts of Fourth j Judicial District. \&l)c IPinslom !statL THURSDAY. OCTOBER 12, 1899. SECRET SOCIETIES. A STATED MEETINGS OF WINSLOW Lodge, No. 13, F. and A. M. are held in Masonic Hall, on the second Wednesday of each month. Visit ■ mg brethren arecordially invited to attend. W H. Burbage, W. M. Edwin . Frasek, Secretary. POST OFFICE HOURS. _ ® a m to 2 p in, and from 3 p m to V :80 p m. Sundays from 2 to 3 p m. TALK OF THE TOWN. The W inslow Mail for sale by J. F. Mahoney. Geo. F. Schaal, optician. Diamonds i watches and jewelry. Fine watch re- : pairing a specialty. Navajo Hotel, i Winslow, Arizona. * God gives a man his tools, but he must acquire liis trade. No man can make anything until he is something. For Sale —A nice bed room set, as good as new and modern style. For particulars inquire of J. F. Mahoney. * College graduates and ther mometers are marked by degrees. The Rev. Robert Renison will conduct services in the Episco pal church every Thursday even ing 7:45. The public generally are cordially invited. * An egotist is a man who is un able to disguise the interest he feels in himself. Leave orders with R. C. Cres well for hard or soft coal. * One who has a mind to think will soon have a thinking mind. For good cigars and chew ing tobacco call on J. F. Ma honey. * A big idea may occupy but lit tle space, while a little idea may take up a whole column. 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 west. Perhaps Lot’s wife was trying to trace her genealogy when she looked backward. For Sale —Sewing machine and six-hole cooking stove, with all fixtures to both complete. They have been well taken care of, and are as good as new. In quire of C. A. Davis. * We have heard of several, but never knew a man who could en joy a joke on himself. The less a woman tries to be irresistible the more she is. We are carrying a line of Rochester, New York, made la dies’ and children's fine shoes, in both low and high make. When needing shoes, ladies, we will be pleased to show these, and know if we sell you one pair, we will have your shoe trade. Babbitt Bros. The best soft coal comes from the Crescent Coal Co. For sale by R. C. Creswell. The Prescott bar was repre sented at this term of court by Hon. T. G. Norris and Col. J. F. Wilson. Rev. Father Connolly return ed from his visit to the east the latter part of last week. Col. J. F. Wilson, delegate elect to congress, passed this point Sunday, en route to Hol brook to attend the term of the District Court. Jos. F. Woods, an old and pop ular resident of this neck of the | woods, stopped off a few min utes Monday from No. 2 to say “how-do-you-do, ” to those he chanced to meet. Joe is now an honored citizen of Mojave, with ; headquarters at Kingman. “I wish to express my thanks to the manufacturers of Cham berlain's Colic,Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy, for having put on the market such a wonderfu medicine,” says W. W. Massin gill, of Beaumont, Texas. There 1 are many thousands of mothers j whose children have been saved j from attacks of dysentery and j cholera infantum who must also feel thankful. It is for sale by r j jW. R. Campbell, druggist. * ’ j i The only people that know: that love dies with the soul are j those who can’t marry each : other. I # ‘; 1 No woman is eligible to a lit- I erary club unless she speaks of j her pleasures as “little oases in her life.” Probate Judge Jackson, was j down from the county seat Sun day. Judge Jackson is pretty well known in Winslow now, and is as popular as he is well known. Judge Sloan arrived in Hol brook Sunday afternoon from St. Johns and opened court in Holbrook promptly at 9:30 a. m. i Monday. The Judge pushes j business along as rapidly as pos- j | sible consistent with justice. Our old friend, A. F. Banta, j of the Pick and Drill, has be- j come thoroughly disgusted and retired from newspaper life. We are sorry to lose Bro. Banta from the journalistic Held, as we were anxious to note his course in the ! approaching presidential cam paign. ' Hon. E. E. Ellinwood and Hon. Thos. S. Bunch represented the legal fraternity of our sister city on the west, at this term of our district court. The copartnership heretofore existing under the firm name of Forsyth & Truax has been dis solved by mutual agreement, Mr. Truax retiring. Mr. For syth will continue the business at the old stand and solicits a fair patronage. Hon. Tom Davis, the popular traveling clothier from Tucson, spent a few days in our city dur ing the latter part of last week. The Hon. Tom, notwithstanding his suave and persuasive man ner, did not meet with much suc cess on this trip. We have a local merchant tailor, our mer chants represent eastern cloth ing establishments, and our citi zens prefer giving their trade to home dealers. While we are talking about children’s shoes, we want to say a word about hose. See our value for ten cents —all sizes. They are not rubbish, but a heavy ribbed, seamless hose. Ask to see our nice, fine ribbed, best quality, child’s hose, all sizes, for 25 cents. “Could not buy them cheaper in the city,” is the expression of everybody who has seen them. The best lines of ladies' hose to be found in the town at Babbitt Bros. * A whole host of Winslowites boarded No. 2 Sunday for Hol brook. Some were jurors, some i witnesses, some litigants, while ; a few others went along to try ■ and win a few smiles from the fickle goddess. They were will ing to try their luck at anything from tackling the tiger, to shoot ing craps, spitting at a mark or sticking paper wads on the ceil ing. Messrs. Murtle & Meehan pur- , chased the stock of liquors, fix tures and good will of Moore & ;, Co , recently. They are to col- !, lect all bills due Moore & Co., and are to pay such bills as are , specified in the bill of sale, and none others. Murtle r : Meehan. , You are certainly looking for the best values to be had any where, and in the shoe line, we can convince you that we have them. Mothers, don't fail to see the values we offer in our new line, just received, of children's ' shoes. Try one of our guaran teed child.’s shoes, 5 to Bin size, 1 for 60 cents. We challenge its 1 equal for the price. A misses ' - shoe, in fine Dongola, sizes 8£ to , 1 , 11s, at 81-25; the same, 114 to 2s ‘ - at 81-Id. Without seeing and!' trying these goods, you cannot 1 appreciate their worth. Bab- : bitt Bros. * I i Ben Burke was blown in from 1 J the sheep camp ot John Nobles, < arriving in town early Wednes- ] day morning. He was driving before the wind, and swears his £ team had to hold back the en- tire distance and at times were ( sitting back in the harness and j sliding on all four feet. It was - not his intention, when he left ; the ranch, to come to town, but , 1 the horses were headed this way 1 ! and it was impossible to check ‘ ior turn them. He says it was i , only a gentle zephyr at that. , j Messrs. Geo. A. Wolff and W. A. Parr. b) 7 virtue of having been selected to serve their fel-! low-citizens in the territorial legislature, have the privilege | of naming* one scholar each, who j can attend the normal school i free of tuition. Any one desir ous of availing themselves of this privilege, can do so by ap ; plying to either of the above named gentlemen. An extremely modest Missis sippi editor is credited with the authorship of the following: We have hanging up in our sanctum a plain black band of generous j dimensions, which appears too small for a belt and too large for a sleeveholder. The article J was found on the street, and in j case the ovmer comes in and j proves property, the same will j be turned over without the cus-1 tomary fee for advertising. It is not a dog collar. E. A. Sawyer and Wm. Mc- Clintock came in Tuesday after noon from the Gun Creek Cop per Mining District in Tonto Basin. They report everything as most encouraging. The ledges improve as development w r ork progresses. That section is swarming with prospectors and good prospects are being struck almost daily. From present in dications the Gun Creek district bids fair to become one of the liveliest camps in the territory. U. Z. Rand, Billy Norman and Arthur Henderson, returned from their hunting expedition Saturday evening last. They w T ere more fortunate, or better marksmen, or the game recog nized them as natives and “to the manner born,” and come forth from their hiding places, than our Los Angeles nimrods. There w 7 ere three hunters in the party and they hung fourteen bucks up in camp while they w T ere out, and several turkeys. We want to v T arn these gentle men that if they conclude to go hunting again this season, they must confine themselves to one buck between the three, as the law limits them to five each. Last Sunday witnessed the last game of ball for the season between the Browns and Stars. The Stars were outclassed and had no show to win from the start, though they made some very clever plays. The Browns introduced a new pitcher in the person of Art Flickinger. Art v T ent at it like an old hand in the box and pitched good ball. With practice he would make an A 1 ball tosser. If the present talent remain here until next season, Winslow could organize a team that would trouble some of the professionals to beat. In 1891 Hon. F. A. Hubbell, of Bernalillo county, N. M., was waylaid, shot at and wounded by Jose Chaves, better knovm as “El Coyote.” Mr. Hubbell sus pected at the time that the Coy ote v T as only the agent of an other. Tom Hubbell, sheriff of Bernalillo county and a brother of Frank’s, has been on the trail of Chaves ever since, and has been almost ready to lay hands on him two or three times, but the cunning Coyote gave him the slip. Sheriff Baca, of Valencia county, finally found and arrest ed him in Coconino count) 7 re cently. Chaves admits he was not actuated by any motives of his own. Hon. John Hancock, member of the Board of Supervisors from Taylor, in the southern por tion of the county, was a visitor to our city the latter portion of last week, renewing old acquain tances and forming- new ones. It may be that John has an idea of seeking some more lucrative position than that of supervisor at the hands of his party next year. If he should receive the nomination for any position on j J the ticket he would receive loyal | support from his party in this i precinct. The Gem believes in free speech, free press, free trade and free silver, but we draw the line on free advertising. This is not altogether a charitable ( institution, and concerts, enter- 5 ; <j tainments, lectures and any and j all schemes to raise money for ' - any purpose will be charged the l regular local rates for advertis-. I ing. Our space is our stock in £ trade, and we cannot afford to! give it away for some one to! make money out of and then not; be thanked for it. If it ended with giving away the space, it would not be so outrageous, but we are expected after the enter tainment to crowd one hundred lies in half a column eulogizing the concern.—Flagstaff Gem. On the 10th of December. 1897, Rev. S. A. Donahue, pastor M. E. church South, Pt. Pleasant, West Virginia, contracted a se vere cold which was attended from the beginning by violent coughing. He says: “After re sorting to a number of so-called •specifics, ’ usually kept in the ■ house, to no purpose, I purchased I a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough i Remedy, which acted like a | charm. I most cheerfully re ; commend it to the public. ” For sale by W. R. Campbell. * Pat Trainer, one of the best known and most, noted cattle men of Apache county, myste riously disappeared just before the commencement of the late term of court. Pat was one of the most successful cattle raisers this portion of the southwest has ever produced. When he deter mined to embark in the cattle business, he purchased an old stag, and that w-as the only ani mal he was ever knoum to have purchased. His herd increased, however, until in three or four years he had some four or five hundred head of cattle. His cows were all of a peculiarly prolific breed. Invariably drop ped twins and very often trip lets. His memory was also re markable. If a dispute arose over any animal bearing his brand, no matter how long it had been since he had seen it, he could describe every hair, spot and blemish on it, and swear positively to its mother. But. it appears that Pat has lost his cunning and his country at one and the same time. Dissolution Notice. The firm of Forsyth & Truax, in the saloon business, bare this, the 6th day of October, 1899, dissolved copartner ship by mutual agreement. A. L. Truax retiring. All outstanding ac counts due the said firm, will be paid to J. A. Forsyth, and all indebtedness due by said firm, wii! be paid by J. A. Forsyth, who will continue the busi ness. J. A. FORSTTH, A. L. TRUAX. Winslow, October 6,1899. LOS ANGELES DYEING CO. S GREENGART, Pro. Cleans and Dyes Clothing With the New Process. Hats Cleaned and Blocked. Fine Tailoring Neatly Done. NOTHING SHRINKS. Ladles* Skirts, Silk Waists, Etc., Look Good as New. RAILROAD AVENUE, One door west of New Opera House, WINSLOW, ARIZONA. notice: The odd sections of land lying north of the Railroad, in the immediate vi- j cinity of Winslow, are now offered for sale. For further particulars apply to ALLEN FROST, Snowflake, Navajo county, Ariz. Vienna Bakery. Ernest Ferar, Pro, KiNSLEY AVENUE. WINSLOW, ARIZ. Bread, Cakes and Pies delivered at homes daily. Wedding Cakes a Specialty FOR SALE. I One large, six-hole range stove and cooking utensils complete, used only six months. A great bargain. Price, $32. Inquire of L. W. JOHNSON. Frrrnrffß Good ideas 1 i l I ills ”9 ’£s may be secured by ill 18it In S oar aid. Address, 111 vi* I Hfjf THE patent record. h a _ Baltimore. Md. Winslow Drag Store. W. R. CAMPBELL, Prop. •• • • Carries a Full Line of Pure □ RUGS Patent Medicines ’’lints, Oils, Brushes and famishes. PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully •> Compounded. Fine Stationery. Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Fancy Goods. Fine Wines, Liquors, FOB MEDICINAL USE. Choice Cigars and Tobaccos. I Coffins & Caskets ALWAYS ON HAND I At Parr’s Undertaking Parlors, Opposite the Depot, 1 WINSLOW : : : ARIZONA. Santa Fe Pacific R. R. Company. CONDENSED TIME TABLE NO. 46, EFFECTIVE NOV. 2, 1898. westwahV basiwabT STATIONS. N ° *• No. a. J? Lv Chicago Ar 9 00p Kansas City T 00a •t aua Denver 5 oo p 4 25a -.La Junta 11 EOa 8 05p Albuquerque 10 25d 2 30a Wingate 5 35p ? .Gallup 4 65p 9 06a -.Winslow . 12 lSr, 9 30a Flag-staff 10 40a 1116a Williams. .. » 22a 12 lOp Ar Ask Fork ...Lv 8 05a 12 35p Lv Ash; Fork Ar 5 50a 2 27 p Ar Jerome Junction Lv 4 00a 3 10p Ar Prescott Lv 2 10a 6 4op Ar .Congress Junction Lv 11 25p 9 20p Ar Phoenix Lv 8 30p 12 30p Lv Ash Fork Ar 7 45a 2 03p Peach Springs 4 20a 3 30p Kingman 1 50a 6 45p Needles 10 45p 705 p Blake 9 27p 9 15p Bagdad- 6 40p 12 16a Daggett 4 05p 12 45a Ar Barstow. - Lv H 50p 2 10a Kramer 12 10a 3 15a Ar Mojave Lv 10 10a 8 30a Ar Los Angeles Lv 10 20a 1 I[>P Ar ®an Diego Lv 8 lOp 8 45p Ar San Francisco Lv 5 00a No. 3. STATIONS. No, 4. 8 00p Lv Chicago Ar 8 15p 9 35a Lv Kansas City Ar 8 00a II OOp Lv La Junta Ar 5 25a 11 20a Lv Albuquerque Lv 6 15p 12 05p Lv Ash Fork Lv 6 20a 12 10p|Ar San Bernardino Lv 3 lOp 150 pAr Los Angelt s. Lv 120 p Limited trains No. 3 westbound and No 4 eastbound, run tri-weokly. No 3 loaves 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.m., Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. No 1 loaves Los Angeles at 1:20 pm, Mon daj s, \\ ednesdays and Saturdays, passing Barstow on the same day. Aibuquerque at 6:lspm, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, arriving in Chicago at 8:15 am, Thursdays. Saturdays and Tuesdays. Only 65 hours be tween Chicago and Los Angeles, the fastest train across the contiiTent. Passengers from north of Mojave may take the limited either at Barstow or the Needles, Only first-class tickets sold at full rates are honored 011 the Limited trains. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars through daily between Chicago and San Frarcisco, and Chicago and Los Angeles. Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars daily be tween Chicago and San Francisco and Chi cago and Los Angeles. Tourist cars leave San Francisco every Tuesday and Los Angeles every Wednesday, running through to Kansas City, Chicago and Boston. The Grand Canyon of the Colorado can be reached only by this line, j Ask for a beautifully Illustrated book which will be mailed free. JOHN J, BYRNE. General Passenger Agent, Los Angeles, Cal. IF- C. BOOTH Is prepared to do Plumbing and Tinwork, OF ALL KINDS. First-class Work, Reasonable Prices ALSO DEALS IN Second-Hand Furniture, Stoves, Etc. Bicycle Repairing, A Specialty. Corner Second at. and Kinsley ave. LOUIS FILLE BOOT AND SHOE M \ I< E7 W, 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.