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I. - org Now 1Uf!(i Pl'Hl.ISHED FitlH.WS. Iljr UOXl II. KF.UZ!:. Solecriptioa TritM. Toro Muth Mix Mouths Os Tttr ..fi to . J -5 .. a ut. Sutrlpliou Alnavs PT ilin Adv.-iu. lot l'roslilent Wii.t.iam MclitN 1.EY, of Ohio. For Vice Fresliltnt Tiikouoli; HoofKVKLT, of New York. Silver City nu boHsiH of aii tiu tomoblle. The UH kiwi of a vehicle In which to travel the Miee'-s of the county capital, after the ra;' crm i:icncc, Is a llvinif ina' hine. TiiK Hea'llinbl fm-K'it, t:i "f iiliij'iil ca" the p;'jp!5 ri garilitirf tt:o Ik -tulles of the lee trust iu tint town. The onsiimcrs of the article are a-nlly looking for the "enlightenment." The Inilepcodcnt, claiming to speak by authority, says that Ju'.le Fall will i;t-rpt tne democratic iiominaliori for delegate to congress (hi Cir, and that Solomon Luna will ucccept the republican nomination. IlEroKTS conic from China that the ullicd forces bad a scrap wlih the CbiDCsc atTlcu Tsio, but thcuceotiuta S)t the battle give few pellicular. Minister CoDRcr was alive the llrt ol the week, but whither luo foreigner in Pekin, who are all emcutuped in the Jlritlnh Legation, can hold cut iinih help comes Is very uncertain. The regular semi-annual report of .the Silver City savings hank show that Its savings deposits minuns to 1,009 32. deposited by seventy-live different Individuals, and that it p'iy. on these deposits an average rate of four per ceot. It has loaned in real estate the sum of $2.1,022. (i.l, anl on . notes secured by collateial M,l2Ti. A very good showlo0' for so you eg nn in- fclitution. C. J. Quast is the name ui the deputy collector of customs, that mc ceeded Col. Richard Hudson, resigned. iur. uuasi anivra ana assumed n:s responsible duties on the 1st. Int. lie hails from Texas and Is a linn Ron- tlcman to meet Demiug Herall. The Importing of men from Tosas to fill the offices In New Iv'exico is one of the objections to our condition as a territory. If New Mexico was a state a New Mexican wou'.d have been se lected as doputy collector at Palomas. Being a territory Collector Dillon iends here any of his Texas friends Whom he may wish to favor. The people of E 1'aso have at last awakened to tbe fact that it Is in Ihc center of a mining county, and that the prosperity of the town dependí on the mining business. For years the business men of that town have looked at any person Interested, di rectly or indirectly, in the mining bnslress as belonging to the same class as the bunco man who loiters in Juarez. They would take his money, but consider him outside the pale of respectability. The Kl I'a-oans have organized boards of trade and improve ment committees amKall sorts of asso ciations to woiV for the interests of the city. Every one of these associa tions have started in and worked in the belief that all that was necessary to make a second Chicago of the place was to develop water enough to make crops in the valley below town. Re cently a Chamber of Commerce was organized in the town, and some mem bers of the chamber, who w rc Inter ested in mlniog made iome investiga tions aDd showed the results to the chamber. It was shown that if all the water that ever came down the Kio Grande In the years of the heaviest . rains were converted and used In rais ing crops in the valley not enough Could be raised to support the people Of El Past nod surrounding mining camps. It wits also shown that If there was taken away from Kl Paso all the business that depended on mining, Including the railroad busi ness of tbe tovn that depends more ir less on mining, that is the trans. porUtlon of ore, macL.'nery, and the . merchandise used by mipers, there would not be enough buaines Jeft in El Paso to support a town the size of Ysleta, the rlglaal county seat of El Paso county. Tbls opened the eyes of tbe business men of the town, and dow tOy bave gone to work to make El Paso to the surrounding country what Denver 1 to the country sur rounding It. If tbey make It a great mining town It will be a great benefli to all tbe surrounding towos. The first thing tbey did was to send Major Davis, wbo was In Lordsburg this week, to make a collecilf ' of samples, cot upecimens, from tbo mlue)o the eurrouodlog country. Tbeae samples, with descriptions o' tbe property, will be placed oo exhibition in tbe Oiamler of CotKtPi'ce's pjomt and "Ulrica standing O'lnriUcwml of the iai!iui) cu ni i M imv uiirli-.L' men ' ' imwi r.i -u rn-.j J'"" Thrr will Imvc u cl.rtiice to cxumiue thcu diKti'.HH. uml If l hey arc lima-1 lux for .roj.-rtlos and see .i.ytblm ' . ' , .. .... th:it Milts Uioir fanry thry will he Htrac ted to Ilia cam ps (nun which the ora come. TliPse displays are n'it, only a bvnelK to the camps from which tiny come, but will bo a saving to the man w bo Is hunting a proppity, for ho c:vn tret pointers tliire which will five l,i:u much travellit'fci. Train n.bbers held up a iis-en(4 train in Colnr id'i M-iinl-iy, und instead of (jolng for the express car went throua'i) the riiilm.ui. The paseu L'ers were asleep and were awakened one at a time ari-1 ru!u I. O ic of the p.is?e!iKe,fir H man nume.l Win. .). loy, objected to bih:n held up utnl went after his Ktin. S'M'inj! thi ot,c of tlie "bt,jr shot hi :n Ihi'iiiüh !he head, killiiu him iost-jutiy, and tun aban doned their scheme of n tii.err, and escaped fi mi the train. I.aiyo re wards are ofl'eied lor their arnst, but they have not yet bpen eip,urcd. Captain Stamlart, of Lnrdshurg, irns well tic(utiloted with Mr. Koy. He says that he was a most determined man, and an excellent shot with buth a revilver and a rill', an:l he thinks that If Mr. I'oy had had half a chance he would have got the roMitr instead of bcinji killed. Jonn II. Uro.vii, the acnl for the Arizona & New Mexico road at Lord bur;;, who has been spending a month on the California bo'i-:h, returned home Wednesday, looking us brown a a btriy, and welching llftecn pounds more than who h-i left. Mis. llrown and the boy will May for anolh'.-i month or so. At first it v;is suppo-ed that the color in Mr. lirown's face was caused by the sea breez", b'lt he explained that U was the result, of the blushes with which hU f.i':e hi. roe I when he saw the sights ou the beach. The bathers were a revcl itlcj to him. lie b ul never seen aiiytb',) of the kind in ail the years he had lived in Arizona and New Mexico, lie ndmit ted, though, that before lie left he gut so that he greatly enjoyed seeing the fair bathers disport in the wave, and m uirue 1 because li j h:i l tt t learnt:: to swim when a lay. The machinery fur the. nc.v miii that will be phi'.'e I on the Volcano mine ha arrive ! at Stein's Pass, and Is being moved our, to the mine. As scon as il !s In position the Volcano will ainin I n one of the producing properties of Crar.t county! H ha added many dollars to the mineral (.rodiict of the county lu the past and pjnbalily will add many more in the future. With a mil! to purchase ores there are other properties on the same ledge as the Volcano which would be large produeejs. "My bjby was teriibly s'c! niih the diarrhoea," says .1. II. I'.ik, of Willi. nn, Oregon. "We ivere unable to cine hi in wit'.i the dict'i's ns i tnnrc, anil lis a last resoil we tried Cha m !e i Iain's colic, t:hlcr.i arc! mar. rhoea r-'im riy. I aoi happy to say it gave i'oni-1i it'- r-diel no I a er in-. I"e cure." l'orsale by the Iaule uruj mercantile company. Vnu Are In ü Uudl-'t B'lt wi" will earp yua if yoa will p iy n i. lli'ii ti.i ira Wi-;i!:, N-'iviMis ;uol ih'hili- tutt'd uii"ririg from N'hivoih Debility. S.'in in 1 1 onkiofii. find all tip; eih'i-.U uf e:i"lv evil h;ibit', cr latir indi ;r-lin:is, w'liic'.i lend to Premature Ili cny. cojj í-'j hi ,- tion or instantly, should neinl I'm h o1 ré:.J the "look of hi-i, civiiiir parliciilari, tur d home carp. Sent (sp;i!ed) frrp, l.y ml finj Dr. I irker M--linl and xr; i:d incite. l.M North Spi Nnsh" vine, leiin. J 'ipy tn arano-c a inre or f.o pay. The Sunday Mnrnir)!. rtHllitril'i snow Llnluii-iit. This iuvaliiahltí remedy Is oiip that ouiiht, to be in every household. Il will cure your rheumatism, iieuiai-'la. sprains, cuts bruises, burns. fiosteJ i eel and ears, sore mroat and sore clioxt. 1 f vou have lame back it will cure it. It penetrates to the seat of the disease. It will cure stiff jointi and contracted muscles after nil rem edies have failed. Those who bave been cripples for years have used Hal lard's snow liniment, and throw n awnv their crutches and been ahle to walk as well as ever. It will cure yon. Price :',0 cents. Free trial bottle at Eaule drug store. 1 Itl'NCAN AMI SOLO.MO.V VII.I.V'.. 31m11 AUfl Klprrns l.infi. Stage leaves Solomonville Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7 a. m., I'nd arrives at Duiicun at 12 in., mak ing cloe connection with the A. A N. M. Ily. Leaves Duncan Tuesdays. Thursdays and Fridays at Vi iii., van ling at Solomonville at H p. tit. This line Is eijuiped with elegant CoNCOltu (Joaelies, .Fine Stock, and careful drivers. Fare t5. Low charges for extra baiv'agc. The (ulckest and safest route to 'express matter to Solomon ville. Noah Oeex, Prop. Solomonville, A. T. For Ovar fifty tBiiri. An Old and Wísll-TiuedKkmcdy. JIrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over ltd y years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It s'tolhes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and i. the best remedy for Diarrhu-u. Is pleasant to the taste. Sold by Drug gists lu every part of the world, Twenty-flve cents a bottle. Its value is incalculable. lie sure and a-sk for Mrs. Wlnslowts rktotblng Nyrup, mid takeno otbex klrvl "ThroiiKh the months of June o.d(1 Juy llr ""v iccluiuk huh riti.nli.il I.IT llf I ..A tuiAi 111 mill ll. klip. ',,f thentonin-h ' K:V (. P M Hnllf tiv. nf II mní. Ind. "Ilu lindel would morn from Ove to litht l mm ', 1 hai a but t It- of Clinuin iliiln's cilio, chol r i.ikI flliiThm-H remedy im ,ne L(111(ie ,, bJu f(1(ir df( ' ,,, a leaspoo'ifiil or water and in- yol better at once." Sold by the K-iili' (In; If mere ir.tile company. -r.s. : c t rftW ySr.U". r;H? DISEASE KaríV, C'ovcr Root Tea T..' -n Cnr-.t x1on, T'iFrííf the (,.,, .f -;x. ; :; 1- rr " . . C Ifft T b H. Cnrit Con in 1;. ----.i i in. fi;.J ali rr-niUon ol -l.ut. An iirrcr I.ittiív Ntrve ; -"it-. S.?!.l i-tt ;,r ii ("lanmcC Ly ail ' ' -t ."i;.;, find ('I.OÜ. í c. vv LLH A CO., LCROY, . y Fopwfiie hv Mctjrath Bros. JIM LEE PÍ1Í I1 uuu TWESTY-OSE MEALS FOR Í0.CC LOUDSIiUaU, K. MEN Arizona & New Mexico Bail way 1I.MK TABLE. y,.K-i TlMB T.VUI.E No. H 55 r Mureh 1. 1M0. 3 t I His Mountain T!.. -ip. jj pi STATIONS a.'rt.m ,v 0 71 Norih Si;llliH ..." 5 (III s-iuth sidin(r ..." 7 t HI Inn- 2 r5 I 'ni-ontiilo 14 iV) Shi'l.lon " l'i n.i'ii' ni .:ci 4ii Tlmmii-Min ' ;41 II Summit W :m Vclii'h imi lu f.orJsliurif Ar-71 OOINO south THAIS No. 1 THAIS No 5 8:'W a ni K:4.ri a ni 8:.VI a ni 0:211 K ni 1 :im i m 1 p in 1 :3n i III 2 Ml p in 2:111 p in 2:45 p in -'1:1 ' 111 flirt a oi ni::n a in !fi:Wi a ni i:.v p ni 11 :Vt a m 4:l.ri p in I:.' :!'." a mi 4: if. p m L'!:4U p ui! 6::ü p ui T.MK'i'Abi.iC j. No. 15. 5 March 4, ÜKIO. tí Muunlaln Time. h t KTATIONK. I.iir'lf-tiii-if l.vi V,.t,:h 10 'S.nntnlt ' ; S TIlfliT-pMllll ' HI Duni'un . S S li lll'.ll " S (NipillHilo. 8 Silllirl " í i' idinir ..." 4 No.-ili Sldnm ... " 1 OlifKiii Ar! 6 OOINO NORTU Tit AIM HO.S THAIS HO, 6 S:l p in 7:1" n m 3:4 p ii; H:liTia ni 4:IK p in H:fó a ! 4:4A n ral 0: 1 A u III A:l il III V:40a ni 1 f..:tn p iuilU:i a ni iKim p til 1,1:41 a in :-í p l:f'i a in 8:4ft p ni 11 :3 a m Dl pv, ll m 1:15 J. in )!,.' a in Trains a .op on iiiiil. ! t f Trali. ru n dully All Trains will nv! joe peed to 10 wiles por hour In "York's Canyon." 1 A 2 PuHSuna-firTrulnrt. . FAS8K1IGEK RATE!!. Clifton to North -tl.llnif .ao Kotith -4idiiiff 40 ' Outbrio 7o (.'oromtlo lift Vomii " " 4 oeldnn ni " Dunntin 1 116 ' Ktmimit 3.10 ' " Lordsliurn 4,24 riilldren hutwBtiii bv and twelve years of axv hall prloci. ff VM) n.undii of har.TBtre onrrled free with eaoh full fare, alid AO pounds with oaoh half fart'lickot. Jamcs Coi.yi iioi'N. lreidoiit. II, J. PlHMONK, Bupcrintoodent. French Chop House Mea!s served all Day and ail Night. sLort Orders served. Vou par only for what you order. OO0 D COOK EVEBYTH1NQ CLEAN H09IB, rrouiietor. 1. aoBEwci iML Ult ' atJjBX Every mother should know a-out A favorit rcnrt fm thouc who ore In fnvor It, and I will tell about my epe of t.hc;fr'eec)infro or illver. Miners. Pro- Hence. I had a darling boy Of four poctors. Uar.oheniinilStocltmeu. years to die with croup. My doctor did all he could, but the child Aíiiríí T7t--t? Miv1- could not be made to vomit That DlUOlb L,1) lUilU. nion . vlne3 Ti1 n n -Tf. and. Oinrarc. Of the mort popul.tr hraniln. k. KnriiKuro.ii) 4 ro. Morrncl MEXICAN SALOON Fino WillCs, Kentucliy Whlsics, eiencn Mramlles nn jIn. ported Clffurs. VtnoF.no. w;llskle de Kontcky rranoonypuro,ImportU(lo WOIITK ALVARES, Morenel Arlionn f. SAUTORIS CARRASCO, Prop.. Hood whistle., brandie, wine and fino Ilava na Cigars. Cunnlnl. , . . wi-""i-THoan nitritt by 1 troupo of TihIucJ Coyotes. M rc net Arizona 11701 ft Tje Ku-oritofif Mfirenci, Arizona. Doublo Btamp WIHelclm-Catlforula Winci, .arriiiuR-.i i-ure Orupo Julco-I-orei(fn ami I):imcatlo Clgiii-i A Quiet Ki'sort rsally ami WwWly lpei-s Alway un haa.i, ir thu malls don't fall. E.DAVISj, Proprietor Watchmaker, Jeweler. The rcpairini,' of watch , . clocks and Jewelry a specialty. All work dono in a workman like manner "nd guaranteed or money reffinrled. Shop locat ed in the Arizona copper coni paey's store. II. LEMON, (Late of London, England) CLIFTON - ARIZONA ÍR Qf?1tT 11 THE BEST. V-'J U E saT íst FIT FOB A KINO. Si" conn 2 OVA M ?'Í 3.rfOlCE.3SSLES. tT'"' ' -cifS.VCRKIHGiicti, - i '- ' I " -tXTTA FINE. w '. -'.i' ... ' ' ?).- V ' L. 13 O U C L.jtva - - D.-tCCK C4JVAi3r Cvtr One í'iiIJloo Pcopls wrar tho y. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Slices Ulcuríhoesaro eua'i!y tlsf.ictory "liry Rive tlio brnt v.-.tuo f r the money. hev equal custom floors tn style ml fit. - Iirlr wcarlnjr qualities are unsurpassed. he prices are uniform,-stumped on sola. rim $1 to 1 saved over ctt-er mrkes. tí your cicaW cannot supply you we can. bold b lealer, whoso name will shortly appear here COUNCIL ROOMS Cholov Wines, Li(Uirsund Havana Cigars Operatic and other musical selections ren dercd each nlnt for the entertain - niont of patrons. Dally and weekly newspapers and other perl- odicalson flic. For full pnrticularsoallon Hugh Mullen - Prop CLIFTON ARIZONA E.'E. BURLINCAME & CO., ASSAY 0FnCE-oMRY rtthllbt5 in Colorado. 1866, Simple by mail or Ccncsntrztlca Tests 100 l:tru,moU' HOB SALOOI DETROIT SALOOI ds m$ m$ Mi rr "I ie.l that God has blessed Dr. J- -rfW- -lied Acker's Troubles. It saves children every was before I knew of Acker's Eng- tish Remedy. After I did hear of it, I got a bottle. Whin our little eighteen - months - old giil was nfrikon ilh thismedicine, and iosldeof twenty 4m minutes sue vomitea ana wa tet ter right away. During' the win ter she hod croup four times, and it broiifiht her tMrousj't e time all right. I. my elf, had l- onchitis pretty bad, and Acker-- relish Remedy cuied me cmn l.- i ly. Rpfnre I rinse. T want I i II :t oil of my neighbor's bov, . ni d 'j"be Nana. ííe liad bronchitis, too. He gt worse all the tinu. My h;v. and went ocer to his house and told him about my case. Then h s m-.t! e vi. t to -own, gota 50 cent bottle of Acker's EnglUB Remedy, and he took it If c m Over to tmf lion-e a few days later and said b wasall rght. an 1 id -is... 1 1 .o.' s relieved bim from the start. Youcan un derstand bv p y letu- ' i- I ' ink a-, mi ch of Acker's English Remedy. 1 re peat that God a 1.1 s- :i, must surely have been bestowed upon Dr. Acker. (Signed) Mrs. John Yeaoe, Rochester, Pa. ' Sold nt 5c , 5t. it 1 1 5i .bottle, throughout the United States and Canada and in Enitlaiid, a' is. 1! . as. 3d.. 4s. 6d. If you are not satisfied after bnyinv return the bo tla to ;" r or ggist, and get your money back. . HV autkHu the above guaraní: W. U. HOOKXR é CO.. Proprittmt. t To. S For -nie ht Efgh I Í Thrv hnnih nmn and prolong life. .Ino matter what the matter is, one will do yott i;orx, and you can get ten for five cents. A r.wr:rl -Tr.-- -trfil:a1nirrpiiiiirAK-sr4.BDLss In h panerenrion (without Um) Is swlor esto -m It w.i:;i- - u 1.1 -r -:.-'o.i . :vfc c'zv . i. lov nilt wit-t u intended O-r tbu uo-.rkiid tht mmmL n cil. i'.t i i I.-.-, itvi- I....I r..rl.ii(i3tiubu;OMii I Ud br ui4 by uadlnu torty-etr-hl iitita fei :. :t. AI. t:..Mf. V. IU l.iiut.ijli . .a r . l.i üv cilia. Buit imiioLa sn-r inwrlo sliini -im mill aaml. AT te - i ( St?: TA.-, "A V-.' v KflLBERti BEOS 1 El Paso, THE ARLINGTON. The Best Table in Town; Good rooms ard ccirfcrteb? bedf Acker with special V"''" Jgfi EngH-hJU ? timo wnen wey ' 0 ' Ding Men annle d uipuny. H.in.nn Mrwtl. Im V.-b - - .....u 4CZtñ THE Ij ornes. AKUFACtDEERS Texas f GIVES (j a tePi IPs?. U