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Builders and Contractors Estimates Given on all Kinds of Carpen ter Work. Good Work at Living Prices. I RECEPTION 1 1 SALOON, | « % || FRANK F. FLICKINGER, Pro. * I WINSLOW, ARIZONA. jf AGENT FOR jjj| S Stargo Cigars and Whiskies. § I » |; ALSO THE CELEBRATED ij| g * | I. W. Harper Whiskey. I i i « <& 5 THE FINEST p 2 Wines, Brandies, & Cigars, £ WINSLOW LUMBER 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 Buildings. S. E. PATTON, Manager. SENATE SALOON. 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 I AND Sale Stable. R. C. CRESWELL, PROPRIETOR. WINSLOW ARIZONA. Dealer in. Coal, Hay and Grain OF ALL KINDS. Good Teams. Rios and Saddle Horses o FOR ALL Parts of the Country Katesßeasonable SSOO REWARD. I will pay the above reward for the arrest and conviction of any person or persons, caught handling or driving any horse or horses branded 7R con* uected or H T on left thigh. The above is a standing reward. JOHN NOBLES. Wiuslow, Arizona, August 3,189 V. 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. Loean, Charles M. Demond, Marx E. Harby, Norton Chase Fred C. Hanford. LAW OFFICES OF LOGAN, DEMOND & HARBY, 2" William Street, New York. i ruf p J e x e x ntvd J n £ r L*° na b > Hon- Norton ; Chase, Adams Hotel, Fhcenix. au3l 3in I W. H. BURBAGE, DISTRICT ATTORNEY, NAVAJO COUNTY, Winslow, Arizona. Will praetice 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 u., and from 2 to t P. M. T. S. BUNCH. J. E. JONES. BUNCH A JONES, ATTORNKYS-AT-LAW. Office—Court House, Arizona. Will (tractive in all the omntsof Fourth Judicial District, ®lje pfinslon* Ptail. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1809. SECRET SOCIETIES. A STATED MEETINGS OF WINSLOW Lodge, Nq. 13, F. and A. M. are held in Masonic Hall, on the second Wednesday of each month. Visit ing brethren arecordially invited to attend. W H. Burbage, W. M. Edwix W. Frasbb, Secretary. POST OFFICE HOURS. Week—B a m to 2 p in, and from 3 p m to 7 :S0 p m. Sundays from 2 to 3 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. * Mr. and Mrs. Bauerbach went out to Chevelon duck shooting Wednesday morning. For Sale—A nice bed room set, as good as new and modern style. For particulars inquire of J. F. Mahoney. * A millionaire's daughter is taken at her par value. A thoroughgoing egotist is usually devoid of the sense of humor. For good cigars and chew ing tobacco call on J. F. Ma honey. * Many a woman who becomes indignant when called tough, glows when called a bohemian. 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. * Ignorance is more powerful in the hands of some people than knowledge. Go to Babbitt Bfos. for any thing in the grocery line. Their prices are right, so are their goods. * Don’t fail to see “The Bank er’s Daughter” to morrow night at the new opera house. A doctor admits that he kills incurable patients. He’s a wise doctor if that is the only kind he ever kills. Are you looking for carpets. Babbitt’s can please you, having just received a nice lot, which they are selling at right prices.* It is a matter of wonder that nobody ever excused his tardi ness by claiming that the sun rose too late. The Indian scarce has quieted down, and everything has set tled back into their old ruts. Have you tried those nice mealy potatoes, which Babbitt received from Greeley, Colorado. Sack lots at 2 cents per pound.* Teddy Larkin denies his na tionality. Says there is no O in his name—but, he can’t alter his physiognomy. Should the evil of a use of money in politics ever be healed it won't happen through the or dinary heeler. The best coal for domestic purposes come from the Crescent Coal Co. For sale by R. C. Creswell. * So far this has been one of our usual falls —the most pleasant season of the entire year. Our merchants are receiving new goods daily, and their de livery wagons are on the go the entire day. Seats for the performance at the new opera house to-morrow night are going like hot cakes. Hurry up or you will be left. Willum has that shotgun trained on The Mail office and says if we don't “look a leetle out’’ he'll touch her off—that he had just as soon kill an editor as a Navajo Indian. One of the old-time cowboys got on the war path a few days ago and declared himself as fol lows: “I am half horse, half al j ligator, a cross between a griz zly bear and a mountain lion, | measure fourteen inches between | the eyes and smell like a wolf. ■ Trot out your population until I get a little exercise. " Winslow Opera House. Grand Opening of this Magni ficent Building. Local Talent Selected to do the Hon ors in a Well Chosen Play. “The Banker's Daughter,’’a melodrama, will be rendered by local talent, on the boards of the new opera house, Friday evening, November 24th. An exceptional strong cast is billed for this delightful play. The opera house management are sparing neither pains nor ex pense to make the stage and set ting as attractive as possible. The house will be lit through out by gas, and every effort will be made to make this event long remembered by Winslow people This is realty the long prom ised opening of the new house, which will be a lasting monu ment to the public spirited gen tlemen who built it and will shed lustre on our little city. Let every one turn out and at tend the play, and thus show the enterprising owners, that their efforts for the development and intellectual advancement of our city is fully appreciated. Between acts the audience will be entertained with songs and solos by Mrs. H. F. Shiss ler and Mr. George A. Wolff. Following is the cast of char acters in the above named play: Mrs. John Horst Lillian Westbrook Mrs. Thos. Pickett Mrs. Holcomb Miss Ella Kavanaugb Florence St. Vincent Brown Miss Bertie Krentz Lisette Anna Burgette.: Natalie T. J. Hesser Lawrence Westbrook Geo. A. Wolff Mr. Babbage W. H. Burbage John Stribelow Benj. Downs Harry Rutledge Bert Rehberg Count De Carrojae Geo. Sullivan Mr. Brown Frank Krentz Moses Montviltlers Ed Wolff Dr. Watson Geo. Miller.. .Geo. Washington Phipps Charlie Downs Jarold After the play the chairs will be removed and everybody is in vited to remain and take part in the grand ball. j Ladies looking for capes or coats, will find a nice assort ment at Babbitt Bros., which they are closing out at cost. A few garments left for children.* Schone, the Coyote, deals in everything from a burro to “chili con para. ” We saw him with a piece of rope in his hand the other day and a mule following him off. The new opera house has just received its finishing touches, and to-morrow night is to be the real opening, on which occa sion an excellent play is to be presented by a strong cast of lo cal talent. Secure your seats at once, or you will be unable to get one. Before buying your oats, see Babbitt Bros. Having received a car of good heavy oats before the rise in the market, they can save you money. * “The Banker's Daug-hter, ” to be presented to-morrow night at the new opera house, by local talent, is an excellent play, with a strong cast. The house should be crowded to overflowing. We are glad to learn that Mrs. C. L. Flinn, who has been quite ill during her visit east, has al most entirety recovered, and will start for home within a couple of weeks. There is a rumor, and it ap pears to have some foundation, to the effect that one of our pop ular young salesmen is to put on the matrimonial yoke during the coming month. The chivarri a i short time since was a little pre-! mature. J. 0. Mclntosh left on No. 2 Tuesday for Albuquerque, where he proposes to make his future home. The Mail wishes him all kinds of luck in his new field of operation. Charley Moss came in from the range Wednesday. It is un- ! necessary to say we locked the i doors to our “casa grande” and threw the key away. Frank Wallace, range fore man for the Aztec Land and Cat tle Company, was in the city the , first part of flit* week. The following- from the Pres cott Courier applies as aptly to j Winslow as to that city: “Don't send out of town tor your print ing. Reflect on the matter. How long would you be iu business if everybody sent out of town for their supplies? Then do not set them a bad example.” Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Richter re turned from a two month's so journ in the east the latter part of last week. Joe says they had an excellent time, and his im" proved appearance corroborates the statement. John Nobles, one of the prom inent sheep men of Navajo coun ty, has taken his flocks to the southern part of the territory for the winter. Occasionally we find a case where a man’s friends support him for office because it’s easier and cheaper than supporting him in some other -way. It is said that there is no range long enough to test the new British guns. At this rate of progress it won't be long before the nations can make war on each other without going out of their respective domains—it on ly remains now to perfect a pro jectile that will go round a cor ner. Prof. Baernstein has organ ized a brass band which he says will hang together. The mem bership is composed of perma nent residents and are all young men who take an interest in their w T ork. The Professor comes w r ell recommended as a musician and teacher. A Frenchman once classified Americans in Europe as “mil lionaires, snobs and tourists. The millionaires spent their money 7, freely and sometimes sac rifice their daughters for titles. The snobs were ashamed of their own country, and eagar to be knowm as the companions of princes, dukes and earls. The tourists were a mob of sight seers, out of whom money w r as to be made at every turn.” A satirical grouping, based upon sufficient truth to somewhat dis turb national pride. It will not be a surprise to any who are at all familiar with the good qualities of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy, to know that people everywhere take pleas ure in relating their experience in the use of that splendid med icine and in telling of the bene fit they have received from it, of bad colds it has cured, of threat ened attacks of pneumonia it has averted and of the children it has saved from attacks of croup and whooping cough. It is a grand, good medicine. For sale by W. R. Campbell, drug gist. * There is not much going on at present out of which to make a local column. The winter scrap ping matches stopped as sud denly as they commenced. To vary the monotony somew T hat, we would like some of our bohe mian friends to get up a shoot ing match. We don’t care to take any hand in it, nor be close to it. Bullets, sometimes, take a notion to change their course, particularly if they strike some hard object. Don’t want any one killed, nor maimed for life. Just w r ant a little excitement to start up a healthy circulation of the blood in the veins of our peo ple. An exchange says a judge of | the old school is said to have once summed up a very compli cated case in the following lan guage: “Gentlemen of the Jury —You have all heard the evi dence, you have also heard what the learned counsel have said. If you believe what the connsel for the plaintiff has told you, your verdict -will be for the plaintiff; but if, on the other hand, you believe what the de-1 fendant's counsel has told you, j then you will give a verdict for | the defendant. But, if you are | like me, and don't believe what either of them has said, then 11 don’t know what you will do. ” Buildings continue to go up. I In a short walk one afternoon : we counted six in course of com- j pletion and the foundations for four others commenced. They 1 were not schacks. but neat, com modious, comfortable cottages. There is only 7 one thing lacking to make Winslow 7 one of the : prettiest places on the line of I the Santa Fe Pacific, and that' i is water to grow grasses, shrub bery and trees. We have the buildings, and there is an abun dance of water in close prox imity to be had by the outlay of a little capital. By an expendi ture of $20,000 or $25,000 a grav ity line from Clear Creek could be run into the city, w T hich would I J ! furnish an amount of water suf- I ficient to supply a city of three I times the population of Wins i low. Winslow needs a board of | trade, where our business men can meet and discuss ways and means of extending the business of the town. There are several settlements south of us, w 7 hose trade could be brought here by a small outlay of money in build ing roads. What benefits one in a towrn, benefits all. Every branch of business would be benefitted, could w r e bring the Tonto Basin trade to our city. Those who are familiar with the country, inform us that Winslow is the nearest point on the rail road to Payson and the inter mediate settlements in the Basin. That a good wagon road can be made by an outlay not exceed ing $2,000. The trade from that section w r ill amount to from $50,000 to $75;000 per annum, and is increasing more rapidly than any other portion of northern Arizona. The country is full of miners developing their pros pects. Miners spend their mon ey freely. Nearly all the set tlers own a small band of sheep, a bunch of cattle, or a small fertile farm. Their trade is well worth the effort and cost of get ting it. Let some one or more of our business men take hold of the matter and organize a board of trade. No harm can result and good may 7 come from it. III! 11l I Hill mill 11111 111 II 11 ■ llliw Mi ■ ■■■■— ■— ll'— Grand Ball To be given by DESERT GROVE CAMP, No. 15, W. O. W. WEDNESDAY, THANKSGIVING EVE, November 29, 1899. STOLEN. Stolen on thel3tb of October at Hol brook, a ladies gold watcb and chain. The watch has the picture of a dog on its back, and a long amethyst-link chain, with a stone heart charm attach ed. The thief is known to the owner, and can save himself trouble by re turning the watch to this office and no questions asked. 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. I NOTICE To whom it may concern: This is to notify all persons that I will not be responsible for any debts I hereafter contracted by my wife. She having abandoned me without any cause whatever. A. R. GARTIN. Dated October 22, 1899. Vienna Bakery. Ernest Ferar. Pro, KINSLEY AVENUE. WINSLOW, ARIZ. Bread, Cakes and Pies delivered at homes daily. Wedding Cakes a Special^j Wanted—An idea SSiS F Protect your Idea=: ther irny bring you wealth. _ Write JOHN - WKUnKKBtTRN ft C<*.. Parent Attor ney.. Washington, D. <\. f. <r their fI.SCU prize offer t gut! Hit of two bunureJ Invention* wanted. Winslow Drag Store. W. R. CAMPBELL, Prop. •• • • Carries a Full Line of Pure □ RUGS Patent Medicines ‘lints, Oik, Brashes and Varnishes. PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully * Compounded. i 4 ; Fine Stationery. r Perfumery, Toilet Articles, T Fancy Goods. ’ Fine Wines, Liquors, FOB MEDICINAL USE. a,*-., , , - Choice Cigars and Tobaccos. ; I Coffins & Caskets • ALWAYS ON HAND ! I At Parr’s Undertaking Parlors, 1 I B Opposite the Depot, I WINSLOW : : ; ARIZONA. J Santa Fe Pacific R. R. Company. 1 CONDENSED TIME TABLE NO. 46, L EFFECTIVE NOV. 2, 1898. 1 VESTWABD. SASTWABdT STATIONS. l N ° * No 2. Lv Chicago Ar « odp 11 20a Kansas City 7 o© a ■ 3 20a Denver.. ’ 5 oo p 1 25a -.LaJunta 11 50a 8 95p Albuquerque 10 25p 2 20a Wingate 5 35p 2 55a Gallup, 4 55™ 6 45a Holbrook. 120 p 9 05“ W inslow 13 15p 9 30a Flag-staff 10 40a 1115a Williams 9 22a 12 10p Ar Ask Fork ..Lv 8 05a 12 35p lv Asht Fork Ar 5 &Ga 2 27|> Ar Jeionie Junction Lv 4 COa 3 10p A r Prescott Lv 2 10a 3 45p Ar Congress Junction Lv It 25p 9 20p Ar Phoenix Lv 8 30p 12 30p Lv Ash Fork Ar 7 45a I 2 03p Peach Springs 4 20a 3 30p Kingman 1 50a 5 4ip Needles 10 45p 705 p Blake 9 27p 9 15p Bagdad 6 40p - 12 15a Daggett 4 05p 12 45a Ar Barstow... Lv 3 50p 2 10a Kramer 12 10a 3 15a Ar Mojave Lv 10 10a 8 30a Ar Los Angeles Lv 10 20a 115 pAr Kan Diego Lv 8 10p f> 4r>p l Ar .San Francisco Lv 5 00a No. 8. STATIONS. No. 4'. ' 8 00p Lv Chicago Ar 8 15p 9 35a Lv Kansas City Ar 8 00a ( 11 00p 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 , J_sop Ar Los Angelt s Lv 1 2Cp Limited trains No. 3 westbound aßd No 4 eastbound, run tri-weekly. No 3 leaves Chicago 8 p.m., Mondays, Wed nesdays and Saturduj'B, passes Albuquerque at 11:20 am Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days. arriving at I.os Angeles at 1:50 p.m., Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays. Not leaves Los Angeles at 1 ;20 p m, Mon days, Wednesdays and Saturdays, passing Barstow on the same day. Albuquerque at 6:15 p m, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, arriving in Chicago at 8:16 am, Thursdays. Saturdays and Tuesdays. Only 65 hours be tween Chicago and Los Angeles, the fastest train across the contiiient, ’ Passengers from north of Mojave may take the iimited either at Barstow or the 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, ! and Chicago and Los Angeles. Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars daily be tween Chicago and San Francisco and Chi- I cago and Los Angeles. Tourist cars leave San Francisco every Tuesday and Los Angeles every Wednesday. running through to Kansus City, Chicago I and Boston. | The Grand Canyon of the Colorado can be reached only by this line. ! Ask for a beautifully illustrated book whioh will be mailed free. JOHN J. BYRNE. General Passenger Agent, Los Angeles, Cal. F. C. BOOTH Is prepared to do Pluiing and Tiowork, OF ALL KINDS. First-class Work, Reasonable Prices ALSO DEALS IN Second-Hand Furniture, Stoves, Etc. Bicycle Repairing, A Specialty. Corner Second st. and Kinsley ave. LOUIS FILLE BOOT AND SHOE ■VIA IV iv IV, One door weet of the RECEPTION SALOON. Roots and Shoes made to order. Re pairing promptly, neatly, cheaply and substantially done. All work guaran teed. Give him a trial.