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Everything from a Dodger to \ a Faucy Sail Programme * turned out in the most artistic style. VOL 7 up to date: goods. I LESSEF & Sawgew 1 CO 2 LEADERS IN C 2: Q s Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hate, J o 1 32 f Crockery, Hardware, Groceries. 2 o * O WINSLOW, ARIZONA. mv oi aoiud 3no 'ojjloiai ano HOTEL •••NAVAJO EUROPEAN PLAN. T. J. HESSER Pro. Neatly Furnished Rooms, Well Ventilated, Modern Furniture. BARBER SHOP, POSTAL TELEGRAPH OFFICE, CAFE, AND BAR IN CONNECTION. The Ornerest Whiskey, The Meanest Cigars, The Measliest Wines, The Stalest Beer, and the Poorest Bellywash east •f Los Angeles and west of Kansas City. <F. tA. FRENCH.* Winslow Livery, Feed, and Sale Stable. EXPRESS AND TRANSFER BUSINESS. Nice Vehicles and Splendid Teams. Dealer # in Coal, Hay anc i Grain, All Coal Sold toy Actual Weight. CHURCH STREET. WINSLOW, ARIZONA. H7LIUS KKBNTZ. GEORGE A. WOLFF. Krentz & Wolff PROPRIETORS OF WINSLOW MEAT MARKET DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OP Fresh and Salt Meats, Sausages, F rLJ rt s > NUTS AND VEGETABLES. AN© SALT Fli.HEa.ie- Game and Oysters In season. «SSSSSSSSSSsSSSBSSSSSSS& Open at 6 a m and close at 7:30 p m Closed Sunday at 9 sum. PARLOR SALOON C, K. BAUERBACH, Proprietor. winslow. : : rriz Choice Whiskies, Brandies and Wines. English file, Blue Ribbon Beer. The Choicest of Cigars TmU C&v& 'S.ws The Winslow Mail. WINSLOW, NAVAJO COUNTY, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1900. Rand-Dagg Mercantile Co. Wholesale anil Retail, Cat Cat S*, GENERAL * MERCHANTS. WINSLOW, ARIZONA. pHnslcmi gjttaiU J. F. WALLACE, Editor and Proprietor. Entered at the postoffice at Winslow, Ariz., as second class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year 00 Six months j 50 Single copies jo 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 the surrounding country of local in terest solicited DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, Wm. J. Bryan Nebraska FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, Adlai E. Stevenson Illinois COUNTY TICKET. COUNCILMAN, W. A. Parr. Winslow ASSEMBLYMAN, Wm. Morgan Show Low DISTRICT ATTORNEY, W. H. Burbage Winslow Shfriff, F. P. Secriet Winslow TREASURER, O. D. Flake Snowflake RECORDER, A. F. McAllister Winslow PROBATE JUDGE, B. F. Jeckson Holbrook SURVEYOR, Allen Frost Snowflake SUPERVISORS, J. H. Richards St. Joseph John Hunt Snowflake A Plain Duty. As the present election is ac knowledged by all parties to be the most important and far reaching in its results, of any election that has preceded it, not even excepting that of 1860, it becomes the imperative duty of every one to subordinate per sonal ambition and personal an imosity to what he conceives to be the welfare of the country. Democrats claim that the suc cess of their party is absolutely essential to the perpetuity of a republican form of government. This claim is made not only by democrats, but by many conser vative republicans of acknowl edged ability and undoubted loyalty to country. They say that the present administration stands for an imperialistic form of government, backed by the strong arm of the military. The course of events during the life of the present administration certainly lends color to the as sertion. When men of expe rience in statecraft and who are close observers and active par ticipants in current events like ex-Governor Boutwell and Sen ator Hoar of Massachusetts, Senator Wellington of Maryland Carl Schurz, ex-Attorney Gene ral of Ohio, Monett, Webster Davis, ex-assistant secretary of the interior, Andrew Carnegie, John J. Valentine, and many other leading republicans, de clare it as their conviction, and on the strength of that convic tion renounce their allegiance to the party they partly fath ered, there is certainly good cause for alarm. i All concede that in the demo cratic party lies the only hope the people have of arresting this imperialistic movement. There fore, disseusions in its ranks at the present time is almost crim inal. The division in the party in Arizona is reprehensible, and has been encompassed by a few politicians who have signified their willingness to sacrifice the party to gratify personal ani mosity and accomplish their ne farious purposes. The democrats of the territory have two candidates in the field for the only position to which any national significance can be attached in the coming election We believe that both are sound democrats. We believe that both are patriotic, and have the success of the party and the wel fare of the country equally at heart. We believe that in their cool, sober moments, when they come to realize the importance of the coming election, that either will be willing to forego whatever personal ambition he may have, for the sake of har mony and success. If both re- I main in the field, both will be defeated. That is a foregone fact that is indisputable. This being the case, would it not be better for the two contestants to advise their central commit tees to call another convention, and if that convention could not agree on one or the other, both withdraw and let the convention select some one on whom the party can unite. We think so, and sincerely hope it may be done. There is time for such action, and it would redound to the future credit and benefit of both the interested parties, in case it is taken. Judge Sloan, in an agreed case has decided that the present poll tax law is constitutional. Mark Hanna is a good collec tor and disburser of boodle, but when he attempts stump speak ing he is a monumental failure. There is a rumor to the effect that the Rock Island proposes to extend its line from El Paso via Bisbeeand Yuma in Arizona to San Diego, California. Mark Hanna claims that he has never done anything to in jure the workingmen. Members of the Stevedore's and Sailor's Unions at Chicago could tell a different story. There is not the slightest prob ability of either of the territo ries becoming states, so long as the “gold bug” element control the legislative and executive | branches of the government. Kean St. Charles is the demo cratic nominee of Mohave coun ty for the assembly. He is the editor and proprietor of the Min eral Wealth, published at King man. Makes a good paper, con J sequently ought to make a good ; representative. It is estimated that the cost I to this government of the trou ble with China so far, has been £15,000,000. A mere bagatelle. The people can afford it. We are having unbounded prosper ity. There are no tramps —no strikes. All kinds of labor finds steady employment at remune rative wages, and are prosper ous, happy and contented, un der the benign rule of William I, and prime minister Prince Mark. “Lucky” Baldwin’s prover bial luck appears to stay with him. He and his party have dis covered and opened a new gold field in Alaska, from which he expects to realize another for tune. An exchange says: Joseph B. Noble, a Mormon who recently died in Salt Lake City, had six wives and forty-seven children. At his funeral thirty of his chil dren, eighty-tour of his grand children and a number of great grand-children were present. The Arizona Republican is again urging Arizonans to vote the republican ticket, under the specious plea that it will bring statehood. A man must sacri fice the sacred right of the bal lot to obtain what is his by jus tice and right. Such is the plea of the Republican. The questiou ot county divi sion is again bobbing up and will come before the approaching session of the legislature. Gra ham and Cochise will probably be called upon to sacrifice a por tion of their territory to create Bonita county. There is talk of again cutting poor old Yavapai, that the county of Je rome may appear on the territo rial map and have a representa tive in the territorial legisla ture. The mine owners of Pennsyl vania say that the cause of the present strike is not of wages, but of unionism. Capital can form trusts and combines to con trol the price of their products and the cost of raw material en tering into those products, and the law protects them. When laboring men combine to main tain the price of their labor, it is lawless and revolutionary, and the military are called out to put them down. Such is free America, where all men are sup posed to be equal. Senator Hanna during the campaign in Ohio last fall sal: “Trusts are good things.” In another speech during the same campaign, he said: “The trusts have the best men in the coun try at their head. I believe in their organization. * The forma tion of trusts is a step forward. The combination of corporations is simply the evolution of busi ness. ” In his speech in Chicago a few days ago, he made the bald assertion: “There are no trusts in the United States. It there are, prove it.” This is a fair sample of Mr. Hanna’s consis tency. Makes an assertion one day and denies it the next. He is all things to all men. Ready to swear, if necessary, that the “moon is made of green cheese. ” Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy a Ureat Favorite. The soothing and healing properties of this remedy, its l pleasant and prompt and perm-! auent cures have made it a I great favorite with people j everywhere. It is especially' ] prized by mothers of small children for colds, croup and whooping cough, as it always affords quick relief, and as it contains no opium or other: harmful drug, it may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult. For sale by W. R- J Campbell, druggist. O Fine Watches, Diamonds!l£ o FT. li. FOX & CO, < OC Kinsley avenue, Winslow, Ariz. □ Ld ' p > Local Watch Inspector, for the Santa Fe Pacific RR. PI d > V* Fine Watch Repairing and Engraving. I O m Z ALL WORK GUARANTEED * cc Silverware, Queensware. o u • O C/) C. H- E* DENTON, Manager. □ CO MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Navajo Murder Case. The trial of the Navajo Indian, To-Hi-Be-Toy, for the murder of Officer Montgomery, endec; this week by the acquittal of the Indian. Probably few cases in the le gal history of Arizona was at tended with more interest. The court room was packed with men women and Indians. The story of the attempted arrest of certain Navajos by officers, the killing of Montgomery and two Indians, the wounding of Dan Hogan, Wm. Roden, the old chief and B-Goo-Et-Tin is well known by all throughuot the southwest. Bloodier fights where so few were engaged have seldom been chronicled. Scarce ly a man escaped without injury The trouble appeared to have arisen out of the failure of thi officers to make the Indians un derstand the warrant, which was read without an interpre ter. The ablest lawyers, in the ter ritory were engaged on the case. The defense and argument of U, S. District Attorney R. E. Mor rison was exceptionally fine. The Indians were turned over for trial by the government authorities. Oue of the dramatic features associated with the case was the point when the old Indian came into court after riding all night to deliver himself for trial. The old man, over TO years old, came accompanied by two other In dians, unexpectedly. Bowed down with years and suffering from the wounds of a bullet that passed through his entire body, he elbowed his way through the crowd and passed within the railing before the court. He was discharged, however, on the return ot the verdict of the jury. —Coconino Sun. «. The republican national com mittee has issued orders that all republican presidential elector al nominees who are directors or officers of banks should resign their places on the ticket or the bank, as the law will not permit such to become electors. Thus you see that the framers of the law recognized that men enga ged iu banking are enemies of the government and as such should not be permitted to se lect its ruler. But they will control the puppets who do se lect him, and what’s the odds? —Appeal to Reason. Cured ot Chronic Diarrhoea After Thirty Years of Suffering. “I suffered for thirty years with diarrhoea and thought Ij was past being cured,” says; John S. Halloway, of French j Camp, Miss. “I had spent soj much time and money and suf-! sered so much that I had given i up all hopes of recovery. I was; so feeble from the effects of the' diarrhoea that I could do no kind ot labor, could not even travel, but by accident I was permitted to fiud a bottle of Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera! and Diarrhoea Remedy, and j after taking several bottles 11 am entirely cured of that j trouble. lam so pleased with j the result that I am anxious that it be in reach of all who j suffer as I have." For sale by W. R. Campbell, druggist. * SUBSCRIBE FOR The Winslow Mail? Devoted to the Interests of Winslow and Navajo County. & I Cometita, a Mexican woman I and her “man,” Aschanaz An- I dres, were assaulted by two j brave (?) men, Geo. Kennedy and Foe Perkins, in one of the down town resorts last Wednesday evening. Andres was laid out from the effects of a blow over the head with a six shooter. The gallant (?) man then pro ceeded to hold up the woman with his revolver by placing the weapon commanding her to be still while the other brute proceeded to carve her with a knife. The poor unfor tunate woman wfs frightfully cut in the face, the entire left side being slit ’ ~''ther with a deep gash 1 and across the left br alarm being given by ' and Deputy Sherfff •esponding readily, he ;d in capturing both it and locking them up There’s little excuse for to men who will delibe mutilate any human being, less a woman, whether she high or low estate.—Willi News. Cuts anil Bruises Quickly He* Chamberlain’s Pain Balm plied to a cut, bruise, bi scald or like injury will stantly allay the pain and heal the parts in less time any other treatment. T the injury is very severe not leave a scar. Paii als« cures rheumatism, J swellings and lamene/ sale by W. R. gist. * Notice to Coal Consumers. On and after October Ist, 1900, we, the undersigned coal dealers, do here by agree to sell coal, wood or kindling to any and ail purchasers for cash only That is, all bills must be paid on or be fore delivery. Prices of coal, deliver ed, as follows: Lump Coal $7.50 per ton; $3.75 per half ton; second grade Gallup coal $7.00 per ton; $3.50 per half ton. R. C. ORES WELL, F. M. FRENCH. SUMMONS. In the Justice Court, Winslow Precinct. County of Nuvajo, Territory of Arizona. Mrs. Ellen Moore, plaintiff, i vs. > W. W. Bay, defendant. i Action brought In the Justice Court of Winslow Precinct, in and foi the County of Navajo, in the Territory of Arizona. Iu the name of the Territory of Arizona: To W. W. Bay, defendant, greeting: You are heredy summoned and reqnired to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the Justice Court of Winslow Precinct, in and for the County of Navajo, in the Territory of Ari zona, and answer to the complaint filed in said Justice Court, at Winslow, iu said coun ty, within five days, exclusive of the day of service, after the service upon you of this sunuyons, if served within thiK precinct; but if served without this precinct, but within the county, ten days; if served out of tha county, fifteen days; in all other cases twen ty days, or judgment by default will be ta ken against you. ,— A —, Given under my hand at Winslow f "I this, 23d day of July, 1900. < sejll } J. F. MAHONEY. I j Justice of the Peace of said Pre —- einct. SUMMONS. Ia the Justice court. Winslow precinct, county of Navajo. Territory of Arizona. E. L. Washburn & Co., plaintiff, | vs. Fred L. Grigg, defendant. > Action brought In the Justice court of Winslow precinct, in and for the couuty of Navajo.in the Territory of Arizona, In the name of the territory of Arizona. To Fred L Grigg. defendant, greeting: You are hereby summoned and required to ap pear in au action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the Justice court of Winslow Precinct, in and for the county of Navajo, in the territory of Ari zona, and answer to the complaint fiicd »■ said Justice court in Winslow, in said county, withiu live days, exejusive of the daj of service, after the service upon you of this summons, if served within this pre cinct; but if served without this precinct hut within the county, ten days; " s «rvea out of the couuty fifteen days; l« **» cases twenty day *, of judgment by default will be taken against you. . Given under my hand at w ms i i low. Arizona, this 25th day of \skall July. 1800 J F. Mahoney. ( S Justice of the Peace of said Pre einct NO. 40.