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Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - June 18, 1898, Winslow, Arizona JIM ing from a Dodger to icy Programme 1 11 h e att i. NAVAJO 1898." We a complete stock AND SHARE OF YOUR PATRONAGES EXCLUSIVE AGENTS 99 m f oe Cd's Line ns in the T up and fall value for your let us demonstrate that we can give Store rift 'M - of. - mi FLOUR MILL STUFFS GRAIN AND DRY GENTS ' BOOTS AND TRUNKS ' * rs equi and ' ' ' ' ' house i The following f ft published at i lie close the civil throw those are advocating the of rather than coinage of to carry on the that policy had ite during the late that should then that government furnish its money cost have all the money * carry on - IN TO OUR UNPACKING SEASONABLE WHICH * - THE We have inthe which we give that to customers serve must furnish them v prices honest If yon hate been t your r ' of the civilized i The brain and wealth of- all countries i will That destroyed dF it will The Washington which is riot all' given to amiable and magnetic man of the house Delegate i3 to be a veteran on their has gentleman of Smith is - ' * TZ DEALERS EST 0 her colonial as her intermediary in It is hardly in of recent that this government will entertain any proposition to a cessation of until she has taken possession of the and Ladrone Islands in Pacific and Cuba and Porto Rico in the v Sunday lasting thirteen Four Americans were Spanish loss unknown as they facked off their dead The marines did some and held - their ground although attacked by to the continuance i form of The present is extremely disposition this make They are too far removed from our shores to protected in time of without maintaining a navy equal to that of at least two of the most powerful maritime powers of the old and an immense standing which the expenses of our government but this is the number draw be how small aggregate of volunteers and militia that we call war with Spain It seems to conceded that the next legislature enact a bullion If to If into operation become 7m.oX$i and 1? of A dispatch from of | the 12th Twenty-nine transports i with 27,000 men are afloat i all under the leadership of Gen. Shatter and all the | destination is admitted bythe War to be Santiago de The Rough are said to be i with and it they arc now i on Cuban soil and have had an | to show the mettle they are made correspondent of Kansas City i. who to an enormous are the gives the following of the effect a vessel When a tPn usually as steady as a shakes and trembles like a frightened when fitted bolts start from window and shattered j when the up and your feet leaving the war is pregnant with momentous events and the final outcome wrapped in. the impenetrable mysteries of the A Washington special to the Chicago Tribune of recent date contained the From information that just come to light it appears that the deck and your glasses jumping around administration has determined upon a your state policy concerning the Philippines ening It is tbe evident intention of this tes to annex the This rible power of a modern warship's has not been hastily decided do not treat entire situation may arine Germany's the development American intervention -in has arrived to thenar parlours as nn indication an sibly I i 5 the play larger than 80jm|le.s. v a resident df latef was about eight miles on the they he having i 9 sighted his five his aim both arm put he was A proach i reefs of in so many bar bo troops of United States home guard companies at m Edwin who prospect Calif and especially Joaquin been depended account ' rainfall this the not At this time the hardly more than shoe high and already The cutting it for are stock on their The cot and crops very having injured by late grape that is raisin will The Wicks and Allison Gold near the still continues to immensely rich gold ore. last shipment of less than one and one-half tons gave a profit of over gold ily establish a good given why by of has - revert to the this below the - - - who io prevent mountains this territory metal ficient Every grows short ad of fact war is on it is a turn to full use plain people Wool is market since the the excitement there was part of dealers to the tons of wool now it goess and train loads road a jng a -
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