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- ) t ' tl lillt i 1 1 1 JUI.Il'f II i 1 nil (if 1 (I im at: 1 over fiuit (iinlr. i of aiiKi Bn Wo Csa Mess 1 11 Li- ," ttrrrWr Aie Psjafc-ielo Aeraaee. Mkkhv Chuibtmas. rilKSIDKNT llAKIUKON llUl appoint ed SU ihon U. Elklns as secretary of war. Various New Mexico politicians seem to think this is a great thin? for the territory as Mr. Elkins used too he a resident of the territory and Is liable to help out whenever he get a chance. This will probably be shown when It couies to moving the head quarters of the department of Arizona from Los Angeles to Santa i e. In compliance with the order of the board of commissioners, District At- tornev Twitchell. al Santa Fe, has Died flrc suits against the bondsmen of Flanclsco Chave., the-i ex-shcriff and collector of Santa Fe county, to recover the sum of about H.r,000 dne the county. It Is easy enough to commence a suit, but the Liukual hopes Santa Fe county will be able to collect. It. also, would like too see ürant county do a little collecting. Senatou Plumb, of Kansas, died in Washington last Saturday night.,f.oin a stroke of appoplexy. There I queer complication of political affairs in Kansas which this death brings to notice. The legislature is controlled by the Farmer' Alliance people, the governor Is a republican, lie can ap point a senator to act till th legisla ture meets, aud if he does not call special sossion, it will not meet till after another election, when the chances are the Alliance people will be forgotten. It would seem the natural thing for the governor to appoint ex Senator Ingalls, but the two gentle mienarc said not to be on speaking terms. on h:i.l M;in I r. II. I,. : t. .!.,!.! nf 1 w ,:i ml . 1 1 1 - i i'''t a l!u!: ! !i;iiu c.iiniy, Mh.-uirt, take r-prcial :titi Citlfiinn I I'li'.i'iiire in n cnnmi. n'limr ("ii.imV.'r- ppcaifd untl would not l't;iimi take lam's Cough Howdy, Ik.-cuumí he p tlie rest the diet. Mr. Fatterson i knows it to be reliable, lie han used ill probably Ftnl Rome way of either I it In his practice fur several jears, and rUiritf the rt t of trie aiiiulaiii or I says there 1 none better. It it es- Thk Chilian question is again be coming an important one. The crazy fellows down there are as full of sand as any Burapper and seem to be achln for another fight and want it this time with Uncle Sam. They refuse to give any satisfactory answers to the letters written in regard to the killing of the sailors from the Baltimore. The otter day a mob consisting of citizens and the police surrounded the United States minister's residence and threatened to mob him and tbe re fugees that be is protecting. This of course has brought out a vigorous protest from the state department to which an answer lias not as yet been made. The navy dep.tnicnt is rush ing preparations on all the govern ment vessels which need any work to fit them for sea. The department has secured an option on a fast tug In San Francisco also on a Dumber of vessels belonging to the Pacific mail line and to Spreckles. These vessels are to be used in the case of difficulty to trans port troops down luto the Chilian country. Due notice will be given of a call for volunteers. lake the mill jfly for It. Lat Sunday nlghl, and Monday inrniug the weather got a new hitch i this section of New Mexico and de posited about an Inch of the far fam ed beautiful Know. It Is about the iino of year for it to put in an appear- ncc if it intends to at all, yet it met with no very hearty welcome. This s not the proper section of the coun try for snow and when It gets here it s not fully appreciated. The monn- ains in all directions arc pretty well covered and look very nice, but cold. W. II. Small tho druggist, takes espucial pleasure la supplying bis cus tomers with the best medicines ob tainable. Among the many excellent preparations on his shelves may be mentioned Chamberlain's Cough remedy, a favorite during the winter monttra on account of ito great success n the cure of colds. There is nothing that will loosen a severe cold so quick ly, or so promptly relieve the lungs. Then it counteracts any tendency towards pneumonia. It is pleasant and safe to take, aud fully worthy of It popularity. Yon ara loa Bail Fix But we will cure you if you will pay ns. Men who are Weak, Nervous and debili tated sufiering from Nervous Debility. Seminal weakness, and all the effects of early evil habits, or later indiscretions, which lead to Premature Decay, consump tion or instanity, should send for and reaO tbe "book of life," giving purtimlan for d borne cure. Sent (sealed) free, by ad res sing Dr. Parker's Medical and surgi cal instile, 151 North Spruce St., Nasb- ville, Tenn. They guarantee a care or no pay. The Sunday Morning. Stage leaves Solomonvlllc Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7 a. m and arrives at Duncan r.b 12 m., mar ine close connection wi'h tho A N. M. Hy. Leaves Duncan Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 12 in., arriving at Solomonvllle at 8 p. m. This line Is equiped with elegant Concoiíd Coaches, Fine Stock, and careful drivers. Fare $.". Low charges for extra baggage. The quickest and safest route to express matter to Solomon vllle. Noah Gkkn, Prop. Solomonville, A. T. pt-elally valuable for colds and nn a preventive and cure for croup. This must excellent nwdicUe Is for sale at Kagie drug store. i;.ar.Ei;ci miz. If you are troubled with rheumatism or a lame back, bind on all over the seat of pain a piece of. flannel damp ened with Chamberlain's Pain Palm. You will be surprised ut the prompt relief It affords. 50 cent bottles for sale at Eagle drug store. For Ow Flft Years. An Old and Wkt.i.-Tkiiu Kicmkdt. Mra Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures w ind colic, and Is the best remedy for Iiiarrhiea. Is pleasant to the taste. Sold by Drug pistil In every pari, of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Its value is incalculable, lie sure and ask for Mrs. V Inflow's Suothing Syrup, and lake no oiner Kinu. True CA31N A fiiTorllo'rcwt fi those whe ore In f;ivir nf tholfreecoluiucf '.of silver, Miners. Tros- pvclors, Hunchers and Stookmea. Music Every Night. and. 01crxxGU Of tim moat popular brands. I i MAXCFACICRKU3 t . i VP am i)Ki.r:r.s in Ginger Alo, Sarsaparilla, CharnpaKno Cider, Grcpe Older, Lemon, Cream and Grapo Codas Carbonated Waters of all kinds. About May let TRUCIIEE ICE all osOrs by xaU preseetlT ilMtlrl te. Acer ees ail rasa Set. iíeui Arr a :-., MoTBl Tile t. W. Blinn Life d 2S!OeP8i& FieeMRoaüMct TO AXD . FKOU The World's Fair WXIXQ MATTEE3. kteperte from Various Camps Items General Interest to Miners. The latest quotations are: Sliver Wi: Copper, 10.75; Lead, 4.30. The asessment season is about over, It might be well to remember that you cannot do a successful assessment work with an aflidavlt. Thishasbccu proved icveral times in thin section of the country. All work on the Viola mine has been topped, there being enough ore on the dumps to last the mill some sixty days. The mill hat been shut down for tbe past week or so because some shoes and dies ordered in San Fran bisco have not arrived. Yesterday an important transaction was consumatcd in Lordsburg. The owners of the Ilachclor mine trans formed it to tho Bachelor mining and muling company wnicn was also or ganized. The company has a capital stock of Í300.0O0 divided into 3,00 bares, of which one-half are put into the treasury to be sold for the purpose of raising money to build reduction work. The remaining stock is di vid ed üs follows. It. YV. Williams 600 shares, FT Classen 500 shares, It. P Hart 2."0 shares, John Phillips 12 shares and Charlie Phillips 125 shares. Negotiations are pending for the sale of the treasury stock. Jas. Patterson had some ore run through the Gold Hill custom mill last week and when the mill cleaned up for him the manager of the mill who! is named Coleniau, would not take ui) the dies for him. He came down and then went back and dc- r ... niaiidlil of Coleinin lout lie lie alio i-'Ho tiiO VO me mes. uojcuian con Few people haTO suffered inoro severely from dyspepsia than Mr. E. A. McM.iiion, a well known grocer of Etaunlon, Va. IIo says: " IKiíore IS78 I was In ( xccllcnt health, welgli lng over 2C0 pounds. I:i that year nn ailment developed. Into acuto dyspepsia, and soon I was reduced to Id pounds. Buttering burning ser.n U.lons in the stomach, palpitation of Uio heart, nausea, and Indigestion. could not sleep, lost all heart In my work, had fits of melancholia, and for days at h timo I would havo welcomed death. I became morose, sullon and irritable, and for ciRht years llfo was a burden. 1 tried many physicians and many remedies. One day a workman employed by no suggested tli.it I take c ft n nood's Barsapa- V II VJOTBrj fif rilla, as It bad eiEllilnl gS.il euredhls wife ol wiawa.ss dyspep sia. I did so, sjmI be 'oro taking tbe whole of a bottle I began to feet like a new man. The, terrible pains to which I had been subjected. erased, the palpitation of tho heart subsided, "y J, omacli became easier, nausea disap benrcd. and my entire system began to tone an. With returning strength como activity i mind and body. Before tlio fifth bottle was taken I had regained my former weight and natural condition. I am today well an4 I ascribe it to taking nood's Barsaparllla.' N. B. II yon decide to take Hood's Barsa parllla do not be Induced to buy any other. Hood's Garsaparilla Boldby all druggists, f 1 1 six for 3. Prepared only by a L HOOD A CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mus. 00 Doses One Dollar MEXICAN SALOON Hnc Wines, Kentucky .Whiskies. French Prandies and Im ported Cigars. Vino Kino, Whiskies de Kentucky. Coirnnc WrntMlLI D IrriAn. KCALBXS W tB3IZSeS FINING AND BUILDIBG LUSBÍB,: Lili, Süiiílsc, M:t fiiám, ílitü ni Vorenet Arlaona SALOON 8AKTOU1S e) 0llB ASeO,ia-rep. Oood vrhiikini, brandies, wines and 60s Havana Cigars, s 0 Years Spanish Opera each night ky a teottae of Trained Coretes. Asieena DETROIT W, DBRO, C H. DAlrO C- SC. jD-TX do CO. Dealers in Furniture. Bed-rocm Suit?, Springs "Woven-wire Spiral Mattresses, Rattan Goods,Dcarpetc, Oil-clotli, Window-curtains, ' "Wall-paper, &0.0 Acents for the Leading Pianos and Organs In the United State. ' UNDERTAKING aad Kivhnlnilnr a specially. Partlealar atseation pall to TclOKrnphic orders. A complete lino of McUiio Caskets and Burial Cases on ktad. UKMJNQ - . . . ir kirioo C. K. DANIi, rresldent. B. 8IEBOLD, Cashier Commencing May 1st, 189.1, ending Oct. 81st, 1893. Our proposition Is to give, absolutely free, a first claw rail way ticket to and from Chicago, to in clude all meals en route both ways, free bus and baggage to and from de pot to hotel in Chicago, six days first class board and lodging while there, six admission tickets to the fair grounds and two tickets to any flrst- class theatre We want reliable agents to represent us throughout the raciflc Coa3t. Pleasantand profitable employment will hegiveu, if desired, until the opening or tno worm s i-air, May 1st, 1893. An agency will pay .in averageof from T1IBKB TO TEN DOLLARS X DAT. besides each agent will be given a free railroad ticket to and from f.ho World's Fair AGENTS WANT TJ Teachers, students, ministers, brig.it young men and women, parties who liaveliuu experience as canvassers ior books or other articles in fact, '-ur proposition is open to everybody who is in a position to devote all or a por tion or bis or cer tune to our business. Parties who are not in a position to devote full time to our business, can. by devoting a few hours each day and evening to the work, 6ecure one of the free tickets only. Kach ticket will be llrst-class and guaranteed uy tnc World's Fair Co., Incorporated, capital stock, KlOO.OiK). We require no capital to be invested by our agents Write for terms and send two-cent stamp for reply and postage for printed pamph let giving full particulars. Address l At'ific PfiiLisniNQ Co, 1230 Market St., San Fraiuisco, Calif. CoMtail Report Double Stamp Whiskies California Wines, Warranted Puro Grape Juioe Foreign aad Domeatlo Clears A Quiot Resort Dally and Wookly Papers Always on hand. If the malls don't fail. E. DAVI8, Proprietor. Arizona & Sew Mexico Bailwa y TIVB TABLE. GEO. T. BHD, See'y and Trees. F. mtmi D. Mf Grant Co III I 111 Cb. Of the Condition ot Uta First National Bank Of Demlng-, Hew Molleo, SEPTEMBER 25, 1891. Kesonrees. Loans and discounts 1166,413 78 U. B. bonds to seouro circulation... K.000 00 Other stocks and bonds 1S.&S0 10 Ileal estate, furniture and fixtures, S2,436 10 Premiums 8,000 00 Five por oent fund with ü. I. treas urer 1,135 00 Ciua on hand and due from other bonks r.SOS SS No. 1 :05 p in 1:06 P ! :H p ni ft:09pm 6:lf. P i ifipml 71 Tiui Tails Ho. 10, if uy IS, 1651 STATIOKS. I.T..Irdbnrs-..Arl " ...8emniit.., LT ir..lltincuB... ' Lt... Duuua....Ar " ...Bhrlrtea....Lv At.... Clifton. XV Ae.l 11:4: a ra 10:T a as M a m t:42am f3 n t:10a a 8:. a r t :M a n R:0 a P 1 Miners, save freight and smeltlrg charges on your ore,- TliiT'v County Mining and Hilling Company Is now prepared to mill your Oi'es for lewf than half what It costs to smelt It. Tims you save freight and more ttioi half on milling charle. Free milling ore, assaying lees than 125, Uill!d M 5 per ton. II igher grade ores at special rates. ornen AT Km MILt S1LTEK CITT sorw afín Total. MakiUtlee. Capltni sioek 1100,000 00 Surnius funs and uadirided profit 18 081 68 Circulation K.S00 00 DopjBlts 108,848.07 Ecdiseounts Sl.BW 17 3BT" Trains ru n dailv except Suadnys, rAssaxnca bates. Clifton to Nerth Bldisc I .5 unum Midi u k " ' Gutkne 1.50 " Coronado 1 0 " Torks 2 1 ' S huldon í.üO " " Dnoeeo 3 " Saoault 4. SO " " Irdskarr S.W Children betweea Are aad twelve years of ase naif prieo. itr loo n.,nnds ef barrare carried free.wltb ench full fare, and U pouads with each half I Mi Pyramid S. M. Co. Store ToUl ;:C9,38 83 I, F, II. Bhboi.1), Caliier. do solemnly swear that tbe above statement Is eorreet to tbe best of my kuowlodg-e and beliof. V. II. SlEDOt.D, Cushier, Ssrorn to before Locis Altua aouu-y pub- CAPITAL, 1100,009, lio. oet e, íeci. s First ilalioaal Bank We Call Your Special Attention tto our General. Stock of lítrchandli, DEY GOOIS, CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOKS, II A ED W ARB, GP.OCERIES, HAY and GRAIN. A Specialty of Miners' and Ilanchers' Suppliaa. Agents for tho Kith Brothers' Wfons and Singer Sewing Kachlnt. C. H. Dans, Prcsideat. DEMING, If. U. i. n. hnou, Cask let rcBrLUi. wo.ooe. UllUU A. L. GIBSON. 11 mium FIU3T CLAS3 WORK. S at lDf action. Glvon OnAl Lordsbnrg- - - New Mexico J.S. OIK DKAI.KBS IS lHrOKTKD and KOMIlSTIC WINES, LIQUORS AND llkUard IleU SlUuU-d. Clifton Arntoria OOI.I) HILL K.VrnESS, I now carry the ttold Hill mail three times Dcr week. Tuesdays, Tborsda78 and Saturdays, leaving Lordsburt' at 1 :00 p. m. 1 will carry express at the tollowing- rates From 1 to 3 pounds .15 " 3 to S " zo " 5 to 10 " 30 " 10 to 25 " 40 " 25 to 50 " Í0 " 50 to 100 " 75 PasBPncrer, Iirdsburar to Gold Hill tl.50: Gold Hill to Lordneurer tl. Robert Black. Acoonnt ef Merchaats. Rnnrbmon aad Miners received on isost f averable urna. Corree ponesnoe larited. Forrtsn and Deatessle and sold. Xxshanc bons;kt All br.lnii enkrnsted to as will bo haadlod promptly aud carefally. 2l O ji. jDorte Brand: Fovtoflloo; Lordulmrff. Nc HART BROS. Xaxuíí k. ( nttle Co. (Liitiitutlt Hantft; w- r and ldiddte Oilu and wtnt Hlo.rff of tno liu rru inoiinuuns. Auiti'iomtl RrRnlH: II AHT I on U-it m.lu, O on loft hMj. nd i4 on Uf t bin. Un ri(ht thl lib, veut I 'ud uu ieltitbouluur. Jay-Eye-See Saloon, U ulses a specialty at Per. Ecutacty EMiss J. G. MATTINGLY k SOUS BWEIT HASH Of 1(M And ether lsn- bejA. ' Bverylhinc timti Ckuai.l i II. Aasbler.rj C. C. OU.lLirfCAr.lE'8 fiSSIY cffi:ei CHEMICAL b LABORATORY Ktbllhd In Colorado, lfl5. Benmliisbv null or txtrt 111 rvt-lve pr'fM( end fiul.l slunlloo. yil&S.hxrBumGn1 iuivsltt l'rcbcia ; a ti ta a a ta 3) Oiré Cs A Trias. riBAHin www. mmxif ZbscO-rtlbL &z, Co, Dealer la STAPLE AND FANCY nnnncmcs UHUULMI Hay, Grain, Flour and Potatoes Receiyed in carload lots. Corral and teed Stable Adjolnlac taa llore. I.OEDSMÜKO WHOLESALE A1TD RETAIL TíUTCIUlES Having the best ficilitiee io the Southweat we are rreparod to Furnish TJ v n eU.4 w ft. C In in tjukntltisd and rtt rcnsoniljle prices. llrlt oet ILiilioad A 'enue, Koi.i ; 8. p. Depot, LOUDS1ÍUCÜ - . - KEVV MEXICO, \n\n pw M tiro. UUNCAN AD HOLOMONVII.LE. Mall and Kxpres Lina. BCTnerrcRB a oo. Artera Intenso p Frunces y Puros Importado. hosts a ar.vARi.e, Morones Tho Favorito of Morcnel, Arlzoae. 9 :25 ' s:4.1 P n 4 :IJ8 p m " ....Terks.... ..Ceronoe... " .. .atarle.... " ... idiat-... " ..N. SMIar-.. ' Molleo.