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| * * Everything frqjp a budget to *r f a Fancy Ball Programme £ i turned out iu tue rnooi | artistic style. VOL. 7. Ufa TO DATL GOOOS. | Lesser S Sawyer, f r*- '2 LEADERS IN C 1) XL *- • Dry (Jouds, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, * .1 Crockery, Hardware, Groceries, 8 o P O vV I N S LOW, A R IZO-N A. 'TIV 01 30!tid 3nQ ’OJLip W HOTEL •-NAVAJO >? EUROPEAN PLAN., 'T.Jf. HESSER, I ’J'c >. ffeatly Furnished Rooms, Well Ventilated, fylodern r urniture. JABBER SHOP. POSTAL TELEGRAPH OFFICE, CAFE.AND BAR IN CONNECTION. The Ornerest Wbiekey, The Meanest Cigars, The Measliest Wines, The Stalest Beer, and the Poorest Belly wash east et Los Angeles and west of Kansas Cit-y. Onslow Livery, Feed * and Sale Stable. EXPRESS AND TRANSFER BUSINESS. vice Vehicles and Splendid Teams. Dealer * Coal, h|ay and Grain, All Coal Solti by Actual >Velght. CHURCH STREET. WINSLOW, ARIZONA. HUH tBSKTZ. «W»»» »• Krentz & Wolff PROPRIETORS OF WINSLOW MEAT MARKET DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF Fresh and Salt Meats, Sausages, F ruits > NUTS AN? YgGETABLpS, ,51F £§ H AN® § ALT plg>F) £g. is - ana Oysters Ip season. JSS*ss^s4SB&firS»SSSSSSSSSSf Open at 6 a m ami close at 7:30 p pi Closed Sunday at 9 a.m. PARLOR SALOON g. H. BAUERBACH, Proprietor. winslow. : : mriz pholce Whiskies, Brandies and Wines. English flic, Blue Ribbon Beer. The Choicest of Cigars a. Card 'Rooms "SUtacaeA The Winslow Mail. WINSLOW, NAVAJO COUNTY, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1900. Rani-Dagg Mercantile Co. GENERAL •> MERCHANTS. WINSLOW, ARIZONA, Slaves •Bought Va Car S>o\s gyjc pUnslow gflatl. J. F. WALL AGE, Bditob and Propriktor. Entered at the postoffiee at Winslow, Arlz.‘ as second class mail matter, *'*' PUBLISHED .EVERY THURSDAY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, Oue year ,48 06 Six months l 50 Single copies so j ADVERTISING RATES. Display, per inch per month, Si 00; rending I notices, per line, first insertion, 10 cents; ; each subsequent insertion, 5 cents: per line 1 per month, 25 cents. COMMUNICATIONS From the surrounding country qf local In- i threat solicited England is alarmed -ay -the , preparations being - made .by J France for w r ar. =* i It now fpoks as if the allied j lowers would soon be fighting - j •ach other .over the spoils in | China. According to reported census returns Greater New York has a population t>i 3,437.202; Chi cago, 1,698,285; Philadelphia, 1,293,698. . The Yaquis are seekingpeaqe. But 2,000 armed Yaquis refused to join the tribe in the peace negotiations, claiming that the result will be extirminatioju. The conditions in China are J becoming quite entangled. The ! telegraphic reports are to t.lie; effeyt that Russia, Japan, j France and Germany have de i ciared w 7 ar against China £jad j have invited England and the United States tq retire. Hanna’s confidence in the coming election must be based on vhe money he has in his sack, j it can not be derived fro.ijt .the tone of the people, or the prg§s, j or those w 7 lio are deserting the | republican party and joining ! Bean’s forces. I ■ = The farmers of the Mississip pi valley haye resolved to figh£ the trusts with their own wea pons and have taken steps to form a trust to control the price pf live stock and the cere als. This is a step that should have been taken long ago. Hanna and Roosevelt do not agree as to his itinery. Hanna! w T ants the ferocious rough rider | to canvass the western states. Roosevpjt feels that it would t.e “lovas labor lpst,”and wants to confine his labors to the mid dle west. Thus do great minds disagree. Admiral Dewey now denies that he ever regarded the Fili pinos as allies against the Spaniards. On the 27th of June, 1898, be sent the follow lowing to the Secretary Qf the navy: “Aguiualdo, with thirteen of hi* staff, arrived May 9th, by permission, ; on the ‘Nashua.’ I have given him to understand that I consider insurgent i as friends, being opposed to a common enemy. He has gone to attend a meet ing of insurgent ieeder6 for the pur pose of forming a civil government. In my opinion these people any Nr superior in their intelligence audfnore capable of self-government than the ; natives of Cuba, ami I am familiar with both races.” If that does not convey the impression that Dewey regard ed them as allies, what does it mean? It is evident that Dew r ey has had his .head turned since his sojourn in Washington. This document is on fife at -the secretary’s office in Washing ton, yet Dewey has the effront ery to deny its existence. How r Dave t -tbe ; mighty fallen. On February 14, 1899, the United States senate passed the following resolution by a vote i of the administration party: I dissolved, That by the ratification of i the treaty of peacejpilh ilpkiu it not j. intended to incorporate the inbabi- j j t«ms Q,f the -Philippine Islands into 1 I citizenship of the United .States, nor is it intended to permanently annex I said islands as an integral part, of th* territory of the United States. The trusts Uad not 'had £ime . i to learn the many opportunities for making money in the Phil lippine Islands when they per i mitted the above resolution to * be passed. wmmmmmfmmmmmmmfmmmmmK i u ■ It has been declared the pol j icy of the administration that | the American fla-g once hoisted shall never be torn down. The Stars apd Stripes have floated over the city of in China. To make their boast; good it will have to remain | there. o,w>ug to the fact , that there is a presidential cam paign in progress, the adminis tration claims it is opposed to iithe acquisition of Chinese terri tory. As it is not likely the j question wilj be settled until ! after November, and in American people are so blinded jtq their own interests as to re -elect Wi li.aui the Igt, there is jno doubt but the trusts will cause him to turn another som ersault aud vvapt his share of ,Chinese territory. The hoodlums ot New r York City have created tw r o riots against the blacks. The re j publican papers and stt,imp speakers will claim that it is owing to Bryan Is .candidacy [£qr president, just as they j claim that it is owing to McKin ley’s wire administration they had good crops in Kansas. at- 1 *pi 1 ' -t Teddy Roosevelt is to have a censor over him during his westerp stumping tour. He is to be guarded by United States Senajprs and }f fie becomes too beligerant in his utterances they are to call him down. - ! Jefferies has deposited !$2,509 with the New York Jour nal to meet Bob Fitzsimmons. 1 Jim will have to look to h-s : laurels or Lanky Bob will j pluck these from him. The allied powers dp not fake j kindly to the offer made by; Uncle Samuel for a conference • to settle the Chinese question. ! They kindly informed him that : the time is not yes ripe tor such action. The republicans in New York I City are betting 2£ to J on : McKinley’s re-election. One j hundred thousand dollars wagered in twenty-four hours at odds a little better than 24 to 1. It is amusing to read in the newspapers of civilizing the Chinese, when their civilization ante-dates ours by about 4,000 years. Stages Vfc Cat LoLt GtAv*. THE MOQUI SNAKE Q.ANCE. TJXP Tntp ~Made by some Ten derfeet What They Thought of'lt. Also What They Think of (.the -Resi -4Jenis 4:f the-Wiki .and Woolly :West. As an evidence that the Mo ■ qui snake is becoming j popular throughout -the coun try, a large party of about forty people left Winslow on the morning of the 17th inst. and returned on the evening of the 225. ,a/ter a very Ujird opt pleasant trip. The heavy rains that fell on the entire surround ing country made the roads hard to get .over, Tut made the I trip easier on account of cool ; ing the atmosphere and.settling the duot- weird antics of the -Mo qais and the manner in which they handled the venemous rat tlesnake, just brought in from j the plains, was a spectacle so | awe inspj,ricg, that the people ; who tad traveled thousands of miles to witness it were so com pletely enraptured with the performance that the trials of the trip were forgotten. There were, we should judge, about one hundred white people dp w;,t,u£&s the .dance. -The press being represented from different parts of the world. The Winslow party, guided by Pink Rajdebt, #r£s composed of twenty people, as follows: Prof. C. E. Beecher, Dr. Geo. F. Eatoij, Eugene H. Callahan, W. Hadey Moore, Zeigler Sargent and Geo. D. Seymore, all of Yale University; G. L. Munson. Sr.. G, L. Munson, Jr., shirt manufacturers, ot Albany, N. Y.; Chas. N. Robinson and H. H. Robinson, capitalists, of Hartford. Conn.; J. W. Benham, curio dealer of Phoenix, A. T.; Win. C. Foster, clerk oi the U. S. court and general all-around good fellow, B. P. O. E., of Phoenix, A. T.; Arnold Ger stelle, of the Chicago Record, and John H. O’Hara, Lawyer, politician and lecturer, also a very long h,orned one of the People on Earth. The party \yas accompanied from Winsfow by H. H. Wxrd, j who took charge in an able ! manner of the culinary depa.it ment, showed his ability as 3. ' teamster by getting tfye party i through several difficult places. ■ Norman Daze, wh.o acted .as 1 stable boss and looked carefully after the horsey. Bert Reh .berg, who topk charge qf tM jjroof garden rooms with star ! bedecked ceilings and used ; every effort to know that the liqeu was snow white before being placed upqu the beds. T. J. Hesser, who acted as custo dian of booze, a position which was tilled skilfully from the fact tfiat he has ha 4 consider able experience in that line. Last, but not least, was little Johnnie Williams, 12 yeurs old, who ably acted both as Navajo and Moqui interpreter—being Thoroughly familiar with both languages. In the evening of the return of the party from the snake o Fine Watches, Dir § H. EL E'OX C 5 OC Kinsley Winslow, Arir lu ■ > Local Watch Inspector, for the Santa Fe FT 1 -J ——_____ U) Firve Wptch Repairing Engravirc. o Z ALL WORKGU \ CC Silverware, Queensv.c M O [/j C. F|. 4E. DEN JON, Manager. — . ...... I y •MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTE ~ -r<- dance they all-assembled at the Navajp.Ca.fe by mutual -agree ment, where Mr. John H. O’Hara, in a well chosen speech, presented to Pink Burdett an< H. H. Ward, with the compli jpgpts of the party, two beauti ful saddle blankets in token of their appreciation of the able and kindly manner jin which they handled the party. Pleas ant speeches were indulged by everyone present, touching on , the events of the trip, and Mr. Wm. C. Foster laid before the eastern people the wonders. resources of Arizona., and ex plained to them the great re suits that could be obtained ii Arizona was granted Statehood and .showed to Them -that she was the greatest territory in the Union and would certainly be on top ot the heap in the near future if she was only offered a helping band. After which the party indulged in some of the Navajo's best ci gars and distilled water, until the party broke up to scatter to different parts of the globe, not before voting, however, that the trip was more than expect ) ed and a grand success. The eastern gentlemen who! accompanied the above expedi tion were, of course, unused to . camp J.ife and roughing it. The weather was rather unfayorable for a first experiment, and .our boys, who lyere used to &nd ali sorts of climatic conditions, expected a great deal of grumb ling and discontent, but were very agreeably disappointed. The tenderteet accepted things as ttey came in a matter of course manner, and w.qne as cheerful and happy under dis agreeable conditions and cir ; cumstances as though they were “to the manor born.” ‘ The escort are loud in their praise oi these gentlemen and say they never saw more gentle manly and agreeable Ibt of men F in their lives. If they should £yer return they will be met ’ with -a hearty welcome by those who accompanied them on this . expedition. m . An exchange aptly says that it has been agreed that news paper subscriptions are an in fallible test of a mass honesty. ! They will sooner or later dis cover the man. If he is dishon • est he will .cheat Pfizer some way —declare he has paid when he has not —sent money j through the mail which was lost | —will take the paper and not ' pay for it on the groui?4 that he ! never subscribed for it— or move 1 j off and leave it coming to the ■ office he has left. Thousands of | alleged are dishonest tin this particular, at least. aud ! the printer's wilt tell fear ful tales at the final judgment. ‘•Through the months of June £O4 July our b.3.by w.as teething and took a running off of the ’ bowels and sickness of the stomach,” says O, P. M. Holli • day, of Betniag, Ind. “His i bowels would move from five to i 1 eight times a day. I b.ad a bot- I 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 -1 . 4. • £ist. t SUBSCRIBE FOB ? \ The Mail^ > . * Unvoted to tli»- .I.K it.-i.t.i " v OBd Navajo Con nv>. SSSBStfi? Democratic Cou-ity Cc. In compliance wiiti a t ill I- Democratic territorial O>< ■ n be held in Phoenix on the IL': .> •; September, to select a caiiditi r leiegate to coutrreee, a terrr or ral commute? awl such orb . 1. m uesa as maj come before it. i n • r;. ocrata of Navajo county wili tm-.d a convention in the Wiuslo . a Saturday, the first day of-Septem 19tk), at 10 o’clock a. m.;to eeJect.fi >ie 1- ■ Ogateetto attend tpe territorial con vention, to select candidates to fill rfeo various county olikes, tp select a county central committee -eu<l tc transact such other business as may legitimately come before it. Each precinct in the county will be entitled to one delegate for every tep ■otes or fraction thereof.over five.cast or Col. J. -F. W ilson on kins *iaat -terri orial election as follows: ‘’ort Apache *i leber 3 Tolbrook 3 Vinetop g Pinedale i dhow L0w.......’ . tl Snowflake..... ... B St.. Joeeph.... 1 Tayloy £ Kearns Canyon jL Winslow 18 The followingCounry Committeemen are hereby authorized and requested jto call and bold ftreejnet jtrynaries to select,delegates-to the county conven tion in accordance with the above ap portionment on Saturday, August 25, 1900, and forward the names of the .delegates selected to the of the county central committee: Fort Apeche. J. C Beveridge; Heber, Wm. Hoyle; Kearns Canyon, Wm. Williams; | Show Low, Wm. Oliver; Pinedale, Jas, | Peterson; Taylor, W. f'. Butter; Wootl j niff, Q. R. Gardner; Allen j Frost, Holbrook. Nat Greer;St. Joseph, j J P. kiohard-s Winslow, W'aa. Daz* l , R. C. Drydeu, E A. Sawyer and J. F, Wallace. J. F. Wallace, B. F. Jaoksox, Chairman, Sec. Co. Central Committee. MJaiSter 8 Good Work^ “I had a severe attack of bii ious colic, got a bottle.of Cham berlain’s Colic, Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy, .took two doses was cured,” says Rev. A. A. Power, of Em poria, Kan. “My neighbor across the street was si.ck for over a week, had two or Three bottles of mediew-e from the doctor. He used them for three or four days without relief, thex called in another doctor who treated him tor some da3 T s and gave him no relief, so dis charged him. I went over to see him the next morning. He said his bowejLs *ve*ve In terri ble fix, that they had 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 apd he said -No.’ jl went home and brought him my bottle afid gay.e him oue 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 furg-cl. ’’’ Yqt Stile by W. R,. Campbell druggist. * “My baby was. Terribly sick with the .diarrhoea, ” says J. H. Doak, of Williams, Ore. “We were unable to £ure him wifcfe the doctor’s assistance, and as a last resort we tried Chamber lain’s Cclj£, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy. I happy to say gave immediate relief and a complete eure-” For sale by W. R, Campbell, druggist. * SUMMONS. Ia the Justice court, Winslow precinct, county of Nnvajo. Territory of Arizona. Lesser A.Sawyer, eyjopartnesnip. pi ut * . l R. L. Lnbyer. defeufiant. ? Action Uro.wKht iu tlie Justice court of Winslow precinct, in m,d for the county of Navajo, in the Territory of Arizona, . In the #auie of the territory of Arizona. To R L. Lobyer defendant, greeting: Yop are herebv summoned and required to »P: I.ear in an actiou brought against you by the above named plaintiff the Justice court of Winslow Precinct, if* and for the county of Navajo, in the territory of Ari zona, and answer to tlie flied in said Justice court iu Wjgusiow, in said couuty, within live days, gxciusive of the dry o? service. af»*r the service upon you of this summons, if served within this pre cinct; but if serv.-d without this precinct but within the county, ten days; if served I out of the county fifteen days; in all other eases twenty days, or judgment by default will betaken against you- Given under my hand at Wins t i low. Arizona, this Uh day of <BIA > April. 1400 J. P. Mahoney. < > Jufticeof the Peace of said Prg? start, NO 35.