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£ Everything from a Dodger to ? a Fancy Dali Programme £ turned out in the most artistic style. VOL. 7. up to date: goods. 1 Lesser & Sawder, s 5 w 2 LEADERS IN C £ Q • Dry Cools, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, ° o . 12 5 Crockery* Hardware, Groceries. § o <* O WINSLOW, ARIZONA. nv oj. aoiad 3no : oi±cm ano HOTEL ••NAVAJO EUROPEAN PLAN. Neatly Furnished Rooms, Well Ventilated, Modern furniture. BARBER SHOP, POSTAL TELEGRAPH OFFICE, CAFE, AND BAR IN CONNECTION. The Ornereet Whiskey, Tho Meanest Cigars, The Measiiest Winen, The Stalest Beer, and the Poorest Bellywagh east •f Loa Angeles and west of Kansas City, <F. M. FRENCH. > WlristOW Ltrvr y. F” and Saie Stable. EXPRESS AND TRANSFER BUSINESS. Nice Vehicles and Splendid Teams. Dealer In Coal, Ray and Grain, AU Coal Sold by Actual Weight. CHURCH STREET. WINSLOW, ARIZONA. JULIUS KKBNTZ. GEORGE A. WOLFF. Krentz & Wolff PROPRIETORS OF WINSLOW MEAT MARKET DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OP Fresh and Salt Meats, Sausages, F ru hs, NUTS AND VEGETABLES, AN© SALT -f Ig. H £ §>• N- Game and Oysters in season. Open at (> a m and close at 7:30 ]) m Closed Sunday at 9 a.m. PARLOR SALOON G. R. BAUERBACH, Proprietor. winslow. : : ariz * Choice Whiskies, Brandies and Wines. * English Ale, Blue Ribbon Beer. The Choicest of Cigars Ttmte C&vA "B-ootos '3tWac<\.e&. The Winslow Mail. WINSLOW, NAVAJO COUNTY, AIJZONA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2. 1900. | Stages ; I ’BousjVA va Cav £>o\S Rand-Dags Mercantile Co, Wholesale and Retail, GENERAL * MERCHANTS. WINSLOW, ARIZONA. ©t)C J.’2inalorvt ptaiL J. P. WALLACE, EdITOB AND PSOPKIKTOB. Entered at the at Winslow, Ariz.‘ as second class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year $3 00 Six months 1 50 Single copies 10 ADVERTISING RATES. Display, per inch per month, ?1 00; reading notices, per line, first insertion, 10 cents; each subsequent insertion, 5 cents: per line per month, 25 cents. COMMUNICATIONS • From tho surrounding country of local in terest solicited. Boss Hanna lias concluded not to place a gold democratic ticket in the field this year. He fears it might do McKinle} 7 more harm than Bryan. The allied forces in China have bitten off a big mouthful; wheth er they will be able to chew and swallow it is a difficult problem. Phoenix has been selected as r or imidingf the demo cratic territorial convention, and the 12th of September fixed as the date. The latest thing in the trust! line is a bootblack trust in New York City. The trust has rent-! ed all the best stands in the city and uniformed their em-1 ployes. The street arabs have ! to shine on the run. Grover Cleveland will sup port McKinley this year; not openly, perhaps, but still sup port. The democracy can well afford to lose all such timber. The quicker they join the other party outright the better it is for democracy. The money sharks of Wall street started to run a bluff in the betting arena by offering 4 to 1 that McKinley would be elected. So much Byran money came to the surface that they were forced to reduce the odds to even, and at that figure there is difficulty in finding McKinley backers. The Santa He Railroad com pany filed additional mortgages in probate court at Santa Pe, N, M., on the 26tb of the past month as instruments of further assurance to secure the pay ment of $96,990,500 of 100 year 4 per cent bonds held by the Union Trust company, of New York. The mortgages cover seventeen specified railroad cor porations in Kansas, Missouri, j Illinois, Texas, Oklahoma, Col orado, New Mexico, Arizona I and California. luu' i... Senator Wolcott, of Colorado, is the foremost leader of republicanism in ! the west today, and has gone into the I campaign for the redemption of his ! state v/ith his accustomed energy and expects to succeed and elect the entire republican ticket.—Arizona Republi can. “When any portion of our territory j becomes a soverign state then is our ! Constitution its corner stone. In the 1 territory of the United States not in ! eluded within state boundaries con ! grese alone determines <be extent to | which the provisions of tho conutitu ; tion extend.” Senator Wolcott used the j above language in his speech as | I temporary chairman of the i Philadelphia convention which ' nominated McKinley and Koose-1 volt. According to this inter-! pretation of the republicans in j regard to territories, Arizona is | not an integral portion of tlie | United States. The Constitu j tion is inoperative until we* are admitted to statehood. - We are 'in exactly the same position as Porto Rico, Cuba and the Phil ippines, subjects—not citizens —of the country l - in which we were born. If this is not im perialism rampant, then in the name of common sense what is it? It is estimated that China can j put 20,000,000 men in the field j at once and not miss them. It! is well for the allied powers I that these Mongolians do not know their own strength. If China had the means to arm her army there might be another invasion of the western nations and St. Petersburg, Berlin and Paris might meet tue same fate that Rome did at the hands of the Goths, Huns and Vandals. Senator Vest in writing to' St. Louis Republic in regard to the issues of the present cam paign sa3*s: “Our people must understand,” he said, “that this is the most important fight that has ever faced the party. There must be an awakening to the fact thet the cry ‘Republic against ! Empire’ is not a mere campaign slogan. ] The- phrase is ail-truthful. Plans at ! Washington, very definitely laid out, j mean to override the Constitution, j Tbs republican leaders believe in the j ! teachings of Alexander Hamilton, who 1 ; said that the government of Great i ! Britain was tho nearest a model of all j governments devised by the brain of man. The Hamilton idea lives at ! Washington today. McKinley and Hay believe in it.” The senator is a position to know whereof he speaks. In fact the whole course of the re publican party for the last thirty years has been in the di rection of a strong, centralized, form of government, and if they | are continued in power another! four years they will accomplish their purpose. Teddy r Roosevelt is his St. I Paul speech on the 12th of July in speakidg of the democratic party said: “They (men of the democratic psrty) stand for lawlessness and disorder, for dishonesty and diohonor, for license and disaster at home and cowardly shrinking from duty abroad.” Boss Hanna had better cancel his future engagements, or es tablish a censorship over his language. The records of all ! our wars show that political differences were not allowed to interfere with the patriotism of any American. Every demo- ; crat in congress voted to place fifty million dollars in the hands lof the president to prosecute ! the Spanish war. Such demo- I crats as Dewey, Schley r , Law i ton, Fitzhagh Lee, Hobson, Joe j Wheeler, Hare, Chandler and ; Bagley did as much, perhaps ! more, to bring that war to a : successful close as the “terri ble” rough rider. Col. Wood ‘ ! was the actual commander of | the rough riders, but Teddy by ; his monumental gall, unbounded-j impudence and unlimited ego tism has arrogated to himself j all the honors attached to the command. The privates under Roosevelt are entitled to more j credit for their unselfish sacri- j | fices in that war than is Roose- ! veil. Their sole object in vol unteering - was to serve their I country. Roosevelts object was 1 | ! Stages "RoiaVA Va Cav 1 ■ j 6A-q. glory, to be used as a stepping stone to his political ambitions, as his course since the war has clearly 7 demonstrated. We ven-1 ture the assertion that two thirds of the privates in that ! command were democrats, yet their subaltern commander sees fit to cast a stigma upon them. Maxim Predicts Great War. •‘We are now positively upon the verge of the greatest war the world has ever seen. It will be between giants fought to a finish. It will be replete with horrors; it will wipeout nations and it will be short, bloody and ! decisive, ” so says Hudson Max im, the well known dealer in death-dealing machinery, in an illustrated article in the July number of the Home Magazine. The introduction of this article entitled “The Coming - War,” says: “Whatisnhe meaning of the’ enormous standing armies ;of continental Europe? For | what reason is England strain j ing every nerve for the increase and inpi O * c uie;i l o-f h«r ali-ovtU' gigantic navy? What meaning was there in Lord Salisbury’s appeal to the people of England a few days ago to form rifle clubs and go out into the fields and learn to shoot? Why is Lord Roberts asked to send home 100,000 of his South Afri can army by October 1? Why | is Russia working night and day |to complete the trans-Casand ! and trans-Siberian railroads. “An outbreak is at hand. The United States war depar. lent has already ordered military representatives to Pekin and Tokio to watch proceedings. General Sakorov, chief of the Russian general staff, has start !ed for Manchuria, where six i forts will be immediately erect ed. Russia is seizing the ex cuse offered by the Boxers against Pekin to rush every available man on the disputed ground. From the foothold thus obtained it will be difficult to dislodge her, unless steps are taken at once to block her game. Japan seems ready and anxious to do this thing. And from the conflict thus begun may arise | the world war so long threaten ed and so long feared.” A Minister s Good Work. | “I had a severe attack of bil ious colic, got a bottle of Cham j berlain’s Colic, Cholera and Di ' arrhoea Remedy, took two doses aud was entirely cured,” says Rev. A. A, Power, of Em poria, Kan. “My neighbor across the street was sick for ! over a week, had two or three bottles of medicine from the doctor. He used them for three or four days without relief, then called in another doctor who treated him ror some days and gave him no relief, so dis charged him. I went over to see him the next morning. He said his bowels were in a terri . ble fix, that they had been run ! ning off so long that it was al most bloody flux. I asked him if he had tried Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea! Remedy and he said ‘No.’ I j went home and brought him my’ bottle and gave him 5 one dose; told him to take another dose in fifteen or twenty minutes if : he did not find relief, but he took no more and was entirely cured. ” For sale by W. R. ; Campbell druggist. * : | q Fine Watches, Diamonds. > § H. EX F'OX & CO, < o S Kinsley avenue, Winslow, Ariz. ° IjJ JI > Local Watch Inspector, for the Santa Fe Pacific RR. I 7 * H w Fine Watch Repairing and Engraving. X O rn Z ALL W ORK GUARANTEED 3 □ O vc Silverware, Queensware. O u; O C. H- E- DENTON, Manager. O MAIL ORDERS FROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Very cleverly indeed, says! the Phoenix enterprise, has the ( Arizona Canal Company direct- j ed tlie well-merited censure of the farmers toward the sheep -1 men of the north. Heretofore I when water was short the grang ers kicked at the canal office. ! But the people will not be fooled all the time. The Arizona canal, j which owns little water and sells | i much, and old Perrin, the Coco- j jnino county sheepman, are the j two leading factors in the agi tation. Os course W. B. Cleary, superintendent of the Arizona canal, held little meetings all over the valley to excite the! farmers. Old Perrin, who has! a lease on the alternate sections i throughout the reserve, worked ; the Washington end of the line to try to get the sheep out so j he could turn his own sheep on j the same range. So- far it has simply been a question of Per rin's sheep or other people’s sheep. But with the canal com pany it simply has troubles of ; its own which needed to be | veiled. G-mcss the next legislature of Arizona abolishes the board of > control and provides a govern i ment in which the people who pay taxes have a voice the * Murphy administration will » drive the territory into bank ruptcy. The tax is now enor mous, but if Murphy is permit -1 ted to manipulate the affaisr of r the territory in the extravagant manner in which the prison is conducted the rate will have to ' be doubled in order to meet the - demand for boodle. The present ■ board of control, which, it is I hoped, will be the last one, will • be called upon by the nextlegis ' lature to answer for many ir regularities, of which the recent - contracts for prison supplies will not be the least. —Yuma ■ Sun. t “Through the mouths of June [ and July our baby was teething [ and took a running off of the : bowels and sickness of the ; stomach,” sa}'s O. P. M. Holli . day, of Peming, Ind. “His ; bowels would move from five to ? eight times a day. I had a bot > tie of Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house and gave him four drops in a teaspoonful of water and he got better at once.” Sold by W. R. Campbell, drug ■ i gist. * —■ ■ ■ The territorial committee | terday on the third ballot select led Phoenix as the place to hold the territorial democratic con ■ vention and the date September I : 12. The Gazette regrets that Kingman wasn't chosen. Wei think it was unfair in not giving | the sturdy little Mohave town ! the gathering this year and we are at a loss to understand why it was not done. Phoenix does not want the convention, that L is, in the nature of striving for j it, and we would have very much j preferred that it be given to : . Mohave county.—Gazette. Until 1627 the Chinese wore ■ j their hair long and coiled on top i of the head, where it was fast ened with an ornimental pin. ■ The Manchu edict making the; pigtail a sign of lo.yaltt' changed 1 1 this st}de.- j SUBSCRIBE FOR $ ITheWinslow Mail! / \ § Devoted to the Interests of Wldilow? and Navajo County. 1 If Americans have been mur dered in China, the proper way jto retaliate would be to drive every one of the heathen out of the United States, as a “war measure, ” —there may never be another such opportunity. The benefit therefrom to be derived woule be worth a billion times more than possible amount !of trade with China. Then let !us cut loose from China alto gether. We don't need the Chinese and they don’t want us.—Ex. “My baby was terribly sick ! with the diarrhoea, ” says J. H. ! Doak, of Williams, Ore. “We were unable to cure him with I the doctor’s assistance, and as a last resort we tried Chamber lain’s Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy. I happy to say gave immediate relief and a complete cure.” For sale by W. R. Campbell, druggist. * DATES OF EXCURSIONS TO CALIFORNIA AND THE SEA SHOES. Special low rates will be made by the Santa Fe Route to San Diego, Long j Beach, Los Angeles, Santa Monica and f iiedondo on Thursdays of each week : from May 24th to August 20th. Tickets will be good for 90 days from date of sale and to Btop over at any point west | of San Bernardino. The rate from Winslow will be $35 for the round trip. 1 The California seashore resorts will be unusually attractive this year. At fair Coronado a new tent city has been organized. Tents are laid out in streets along the beach in front of Hotel del Coronado. The city has electric lights, grocery store, etc. Large orchestra in attendunce at pavilion every evening. Hot and cold plunge. Coronado’s wa ter piped to all parts of Tent City. Still . water, surf bathing and fishing are at ’ hand. Tents furnished and unfurnish > ed can be rented at a reasonable charge. At Laguna Beach may be foandaquiet : family resort of Summer homes. Cofc : tages are for rent. Oceanside has a fine „ beach and is surrounded with points of 5 interest. At Redondo extensive jm» 1 provements have been made and the famous Seventh Regiment Band has been engaged for the season which iu - sures the best of music at this delight ful resort by the “Sounding Sea.” This - j is the resort of moss, agate and shell ; hunters. Fishing from the wharves is always good. The SummerCbantauqaa at Long Beach will be fully up to the standard; while Santa Monica will have its usual crowd of pleasure 6eekers. Los Angeles, the busy metropolis of l Southern California, will be alive with . visitors who make this their headquar ters for side trips around the “Kite ; Shaped Track,” the beaches, Mt. Lowe, , ! etc., etc. Spend your vacation on the Pacific Coast. Agents of the Santa Fe Route will cheerfully give you all the desired information. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. B. F JACKSON, Attorney at Law, Probata Judge, Navajo County, Holbrook, Arizona. GEORGE P. SAMPSON, Physician and Surgeon. Office and residence Second street back of the Catholic Church. W. H. BURBAGE, DISTRICT ATTORNEY, NAVAJO COUNTT, Winslow, Arizona. WHI practice in all the oourts of the Terr ritory. F. W. NELSON, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW, HOTABY PUBLIC. Winslow, : : Arizona. R. C. DRYDEX, M. D. PHYSICIAN A iSRQIOK. Winslow, : : : Arizona. Office hours from ID to 12 M., and from f to i P. M. J. Q. WELCH, D. D. S, DENTIST. Satisfaction guaranteed. Office with Dr. Dryden. T. 3. BUNCH. J. E. JONES. BUNCH & JONES, ATTORJTJ! Ye-AT-I.A W, Office—Court House, Flagstaff. Arizona. Will practice in all the eourti of Fourth J udicial District, NO. 31.