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k.ortbur k rrr.u:i;i:n ruiPAis. 11 DON: Jl. kKDZIK. Subscription Flic. Thrrc Knn'.hi Six M'-r-.ttas .1 One Tear 3 Co Subscription AlwaTi PTHt!ein Ailvnncn. CALL TOS A EirüBLICAN TIERITO BIAL CONVENTION. A delegate convention of the He-putiltL-aii vou-rs of New Mexico la in-ri-iy rilled to meet In the City oí lUnm Ht eleven ciVUnrk In the morn ing rif Friday the luih day uf ();-tolier. A. 1.'. I'.'U'-, fur the purpose uf pl.iritix In nomination i t-undiiiutc from New Mexico to the 5-rth, cunare-, :in! to transact such husmos as tuny properly Cum he fore the said entivenlinii. i'r.ANK A. lit iinti.l.. Clulriijan. Jum: I). Si:a. Secretary. TiiE Luna county commissioners buvc created a ne'.v precinct In that county known as No. 0. The chief plácela the pr.'cinct will he Her manes, where the Denting branch of the Kl I'aso & S nithwestern joius the main line. Tiik democrats of I'lnal Country, Arizona, have nominated A. II. More head as councilman front that, county. A democratic nomination in that county Is equivalent to an clectiou. Uncle- Alec's many Grant county friends extend congratulations. The Times like other people who nrc unxious to save a few cents on the price of their coal oil, ut the chance ol burning a hi. man lieinu to death, ouKht to give the matter of oil a little attention. Lordsburg Liberal. The Times does not. use coal oil In nny hhape. Our otliicc nt niiit is lighted by thirty-six slxteen-candle power incande .ent electric lamps; the press is run by an electric iuotor as Is ulso our linotype machines. Hut how Ion; does the Liberal suppose It would tike to heat coal oil by pouring it into a hot stove fire? El Paso Times. Very Bra:efully done, Judc. Skveral citizens of East Las Vegas fell dead from heart failure and sur prise the other day. They had been in good health until late In the after noon when in each case they were ,ecn reading the Optic, and suddenly died. On investigation It was found that the Optic had printed an edito rial in which it admitted that Gov ernor Otero had performed a credit able official act, and had commended hi til for the act. It was too much for some of the readers and death ensued In his trip through New England l'tesident Iloosevelt has been talkiug about the trusts. He says there are Kood trusts and bad ones. He admits that lie does not know just how to handle the bad trusts, but thinks that if an amendment could be made to the constitution providing that all corporations which do business in two or more states should be under the control of congress instead of the ttite legislatures congress would be able to piss laws which would take from the trusts their worst features. Trust legislation will h ive to be a good deal in the way of an experi m jnt. It is a wise in.in who, like President Iloosevelt, will admit that he does not know Just what to do re garding the regulating ttie trusts. Thi" democrats of Arizona in con tention at Tucson this week nominat ed Col. J. F. Wilson for delegate to congress. There has been a hot can vass for this nomination between Col. Wilson and C. M. Shannon. Col. Wilson, who lives In the northern part of the territory, secured the delegates from his section of the territory, while Mr. Shannon secured the delegates from the southern part of the terri tory. This left the light to be settled by tho delegates from Maricopa county. Wbtu the primaries were held lu Phoenix it Is reported that Senator United Verde Clark, by bis mau Allen, turned from three to Qve thousand dollars loose working for Col. Wilson. This was the greatest snap the Phoenix democrats ever ruu against and a solid Wilson delegation was elected. This bottled the fight for the Domination as delegato, and tho convention in Tucson was simply U register tho vote cast in the Phoenix primaries. K. Y. Duncan died on the east bound train between Los Angeles and Yuma Friday night from consump tion. Mr. Duncan began railroading as a (lreuian on one of the roads in the coulhern state. Iiy his native ability he rose through the positions of en gineer, master mechanic, superinten dent to general superintendent. This position he had to give up on account of bis health, hiving been attacked by ' tbat dread disease consumption. Ife fame to Arizona and wus appointed train master at Yuma, and later train master of the division, with bead quarters at Tucson. Tbi labor roved to heavy for him and about year ago he K-.ve up the position and took bis old job of local trainmaster at Yitmi, which he held until bis death. He whs conceded to be one of the best railroaders in Arizona. Tlis four million gallon oil tank which lias been In tho progress of erection here for 301110 weeks Is now finished and the men employed on the Job have gone to El I "a so, where they will put up another large tank. The Southern Pacific will build large tanks at various points along the line to use for storage tanks, which It can (HI at the time of 1 tie year when the freight t riffle is light, and so have on hand an abundance of fuel when the freight is rushing. It lias been figured out that the Company can run a locomo the at a saving of fijOO per month by using oil Instead of toal. This saving ought to enable tiie Southern Pacific to pay a dividend in another year, and the wl--c men say It will. The stock of the company is now selling above seventy dollars, a price It never reached before. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Me Cabe came in from the Animas this week. Mrs McCauu is the first resident of that valley w lio came to Lordslmrg on the cars. Tl.ey l(t home in the morning, drove to Anions station, and from thcic Mr. McCabc drove alone to Lordsburg, Mrs. McC.ihe took the train to Demiiig, where she visited some friends, and took the train to Lordsburg. In travelling back and birth between Lordsburg and the Anl. mas valley now the Ion;.' drive can be avoided. It Is hut a few miles from the ranch to the Animas station, r.nd from there via the El Paso &- South western and the Lordsburg & Hachita roads it is but a short rido to Lords burg. Mrs. C. M. Shauiiun came down from Clifton Wednesday, en nntc for Los Angeles. Mr. Shannon has been leading a strenuous political life for the past two months, and wants to re tire to Los Angeles fur a period of re cuperation. Dr. J. O. Molr returned this week from Preston, Canada, where he had been to burv his wife. A Ueinurlc-i!)lt ICt-rnril. Chamberlain's cough remedy has a remarkable record. It has own in u-e for over thirty years, during which time many million bottles have beco sold and used. It has long been the standard and main reliance In tho treatment of croup in thousands of homes, et during all this time no case has ever been re ported to the manufacturers in which it failed to effect a cure. When given ns soon as the child becomes hoarse or even 11s soon as the crimpy cough appears, it will prevent the attack. Itis pleasant to lake, many children like it. It contains no opium or other harmful substance unit may be given as confi dently to a babv as to an adult. For sale by all dealers in medicine. tab win 3Txc m JDa.y to TDay Is Iiest Given in papers that are MEM BERS OF THE;: ASSOCIATED PItESS. THE EL PASO TIMES Is a mem ber of this great News Gatheui; Association, and Is therefore the best paper west of Dallas, south of Denver and east of Los Angeles. Take the TIMES and get all the news. UATEOKSfll.scitll'TIO.V: 87.0a j.cr year 65 Ccntit per molltll. THE DAILY TIMES 331 IPaso, Te;:aa. JOHN MAY AIIIIOTT LAW YEK AND M1NCHAL001ST Thirty Yours Experience A lmltted to nil Cmirts Mines for Sale. Worthy Clients, Lately of C'ripplo Crock, 11114 Denver, Colo. Uimi.it- Sulk-llc'l. Address: Vi'ndoiae Hotel, Lordstmrtr, N. M. For Over sixty Yours. An Old and Wkll-Tuikd Hhmedy. Mrs Winslow's Soothinc Syrup lias been used for over sixty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. 1 1 soothes the c.ild, softens t lie gums, allays all pain, cures w ind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrluea. Is pleasant to the taste. Sold by Drug gists in every part of the world, Twenty-live cents a bottle. Its value Is incalculable. lie sure and ask for Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, and take no other kind. Yuasrlnt Hail Fix Put we will faro y o a if you will pay ns. Men who are Weal:, Xi-ivuusund debili tated nutleriiiir from Nervous Debility. Seminal weakness, anil all the rllrcts of early evil bahtts, or later indiscretions, which lead to 1 re in it 11 re Deoay. consump tion or instanity, should send for and read t!i "book of life," givi.ig particulars for d home cure. Sent (sealed) free, by ltd reining Dr. Parker's M'-lical ami surgi cal imtite, 1M North SpnKo St., Nash. villrt, D nn. 1 hy t'uarantee a cure or no pay. TlioSunday Morning. DUNCAN AND HOI.OMON VILI.E. Mail mil Express I. Inn. Stage leaves Solomonville Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7 a. tii.. and arrives ut Duncan at V m., mak ing close connection with the A. & N, M. Hy. Leaves Duncan Tuesdays, Tl'ttrsdays and Fridays at 12 m., varnlng at Solomonville at tl p. 111. This line is eiii lped with elegant Concord Coaches Fine Stock, ami careful timers. Fare $-. Low charges for extra baggage. Tho quickest and safest route to express matter to Solomon ville. NoaiiGkkm Prop. Solomonville, A. T- Ills I.ITo n-tr1 ,y limlrrliln's Colic, Cholrrw nnI IMurrlii-e Komndr, ''T. L. 1'jt, a well known cooper of this town, says he believes Chamber laln Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy saved his life last summer. Ho had been Pick for a month with what trti doctors call bilious dysen tery, and could get nothing to do him any good tlutll he tried this remedy. Itgaveh'.m immediate relief," says I!. T. Little, merchant, Hancock, Md. For sale hy all dealers In tiled icincs. 1 ".v..- ;. V- 1 ,' A. X I LlOPiEIICI ARIZ. THE 1 va;rs Cover Root Tea 1 1 I! - i I ' f'1' ., i leirS;ii',. I i-r.-.l fti '...'. ii- ,n, pud nil Kr i.itirns ot ti i!L."ftn',i'ni I.:ix:itit N-rv ' -i'. ií-M .:i . h.tr pn;ir auUC l" ail C. WELLS A CO., LCnoY, ft. v MEXICAN SALOON Fine Wlnnu zr .... . . , "i-iiiucxy Whiskies, renchI3randiesaud 1m- -ported Cigars. 'noF,o. whl8klc. d0 Kentucky.. iranoe,ypuro,,mporta(jo NORTE ALVARES, Morencl . , Arizona Arizorin it New Mexico Eailav Company LoriLburó' & Hachita Eailway Ourap.my. TIME TAI1I.E, TlUK TA'JI.B t, I ooiso - I ? ,To. IS X z Í SOUTH sejit, i, re. s f- Mountain Time. J tii aim thAin 'j STATIOf.'S NO. 1 NO 5 Clifton f.v 0 0 S::mnm 7:Klnin N01 1 h Slilitiic . . . ' r, ñ S:lilum 7:'iani Soul h .'wiling ... 7 7 S:.vijiji 7::tlrtin ; lit hi-ic " 1-' It ti:ii", rn S:a", a in Coroni'-lo " 11 l.i ' : 1 1 rt 1 1 S:-l"ium 'Hriek Yard .. " 17 17 t'SM 11 111 !M:fi a ti Sliei, ei Kt 't '.;:;.-a n, !::!.- a m liiliu-'Mi :tt H:M 11 111 1I!:I5 tl ni '1'iionii'f.nll i-l'J -III 1 10: 17 n mil 1 :Oíi tt m :''iioiiit " M r,l j.i:: a inll :a; am Velii h " ,'fci 00 HI:47 11 nill:.':H7 p m I. tí II .1 ii tii-t ion . " 'til 'it 1 1 :IM a m't.Kp m fiorl'lMO-;; Ar'70 7U 1 1 :i a in 13 :S V p Ul I.'H-il-jbiirir I.v II '.'.'A n m 1. A: II .in net Ion . " ItHDnm ltfApm Itoliert " 1 HI l:::o p in 2:l p m hrocküüin " W r':l3pm 2::i5pm ItukiT " Uti lie H:Hom a:li!pui 1 1 m-liita 10s m;i Hi:fil)m lt:IOpm TlMK TABI.B No. is. Petit. 1, MUS, Mountain Time. PTATIONS. Itiu-liitn v.I.v linker " llmcktnun ' llolli ' " I, .V II Jo notion " Lor 1-dHirir r honlsourir IjV I. - II Jiinotlon Veituh " Mil in in It " TIliiinpHoll. " luni-itn " Slu-ldon " llrick Yard .... " l 'oroinulo ' (iillhrio ' South Sldinir ... ' North suiinir ' Clll ton Ar! 7 11 II 11 1 0 (I 11 8 8 7 4 4 is OOINO NOIlTn TRAIN NO. 2 Tit AIN NO, 8 2M) p m 2 : lf p in 2:-iA p in 2:fyi p til 11:111 p 111 ll:li p 111 H:4n p 111 p 111 4:li.i i 111 4:17 p 111 4 -Mi p 111 4:1.1 P 111 fi:lll p ill ri:2i p 111 -:3" p ml r,:4r p nil 5 :f A p m 5:HI p in1 11:1') p in ' 1 llllUH HlOp Oil HIKI11. Ti ni i'H 1 mid 2 l'umienifcr Trains. frclKht trains. I'AflSKNOKrt KATES. 7:lK)a m 7 :27 a m 7:Mi a K M a in fi:l-r a 111 0:20 a in 0:40 n m iil;tirt u 111 10 :;ti a in 11 :'i. a in 11:117 a 111 l'.':-íi p in 12 iVÍ p 111 I I t p 111 2 00 p 111 i 2 2 'i p m I 2 : p III ' a 011 p in and C Clifton to North Sidinif I .Wl " Soiiih Sldlni- Hi ' " IJiillirlo 70 Coronado .1 f ' Yorks 1.2ñ ' S neldon l.Mi ' I IJ Ilf-H 11 l.l';' ' ' Sutninlt. ÍÍ.10 ' " Lordslmrjt 4.2f Children hetwuen tlvo and twelve years of aire halt prior. t I'm noiinda of ha (rs-a-ro carried free with em h full fare, ahd VI pounds with each half rarctlcKut. Jamks Colqciioiin, Emu. Pciiumann, I'rtfildent. Superintendent. T ie E Paso S ite CABI1TET A farorlteiresort foi those who areln faror of the;rrceoolnae of sliver. Miners, Pros pectors, Kanchersand Stockrocu. Music Every Night. choics Wines Xjlq.TJ.crs and. Clgrars, Of the mst popular brands. Morencl 8. RUTHERFORD A CO. Arizona SALOOI 00J whiskies, brandies, wine. and fine Havana Cigars. SpanlshOpcracnchnlehtby . troupe of Trained Coyotes. Morencl . , Arizona DETROIT SALOON The Favorite of Moronol, Arizona. Double Stamp Whiskies-California Wine., VxT uraPe J "Ice-Foreign and Domestic Clgar.A Quiet Resort Dally and Weekly Papers Always on hand, if the malls don't fall. E.DAVIS, Proprietor Watchmaker, Jeweler. The repairing of watch , clocks and Jewelry a specialty. All work done in a workman like manner and guaranteed or money refunded. Shop locat ed in the Arizona copper com paey's store. H. LEMON, (Late of London, England) CLIFTON . ARIZONA 3 SStóE IS THÍ RFST La FIT roa A KINO-. FRCNChitNAMEaCO CALF. ,. -433 FlNECALFáKANG.Wa :.l 4. O e n ma. ... (.i." l'i.'l.itt,3 SOLES, SIMON II AOENAUEU, Prop. Leader in low Prices Iry Goods Lawns Orguidirs Lace Kniliroderies IVrcales Hosiery Shirtwaist Ladies Trimmed Hats Ladies Fine. Muslin Underwear Clothing Trousers Crash Suits AUpuea Coats Hats 1 toy's Suits I'.oy's Waists Notions Trunks ' Val ices Telescopes Grips Fine Lino of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Siloes Ilest jilace in tiwn for Dry Goods No t mutile to show goods. Come and convince yourselves LOUDSi;UKU - - NEW MEXICO Lordsburg Assay Office Mill and Smelter Architects. Gold SO cents, Silver SO cents, Cop per 7.1 cents, lead SO cents. Gold and Silver 75 cents, 'Iron, Zinc, Silica $1.00 each. All wen enarantcci Send for IltX'rs to I'kospkítors Free. Rox Tl. tittis!ritn. nM. I -tXTRA PINE- "S. T A n f r j s .:" :'s Lr E.N0X? " CATA'JGUC Over One Million People wear Hie W. L. Dongas $3 & $4 Shoes All our shoes are ccjuaiiy satisfactory They privo the btst valuo for tlie monev. 1 key equi.1 custom shot in t to and iit. Tlitir w.-arl:ig quulltli ara unnurpaurd. 1 he prices are uniform, gtamped on ole. From $1 to $3 acve-l over ether makes. . U your dealer cannot supply you we cao. Soldb draler, srhoBe name will shortly appear her COUNCIL ROOMS Choice Wines, Liquors and Havana Cifrara Operatlo and other musical seleotiens ren dornil each nig-nt for theeutortdln ment of patrons. Dally and weekly newspapers and other peri odicals on Ole, For full particu arscallon Hugh Mullen - Prop CLIFTON - ARIZONA Knohn and sohn bhereber good crops j ( aregrobn. Sold everywhere. 190 Annual FREE. I D. M. FIRRY A CO. , fctioh. EHer IHysbasid's Stcryj' '" My name is E. J. Rprotig, hd my bddress is 6 Bondmán Block, Troy, N:' V. I want to tell how thankful I am that my wife's health has been restored t her. About a year ago she caught a dreadful cold, which settled In fcet br chial tubes and lungs. She cer tainly had bronchitis, and I think consumption, too, and we de spaired of her life. Sho had a tightness and soreness in the chest, and it was difficult for her to breathe. There were dartinjr, sharp, dull and heavy pains, with constant coughing and expectorat ing. Each day she was worse than the day before. I was ad wised to get Acker s English Rem edy, and did so, but my wife only shook her head and snid: 'Another dollar thrown away." She took the Remedy, however, and said the effect was magical. In less than an hour there was a remark able change. She got better at nnr-o nnrl in a short time she Was entirely well and strong again. The cure was permanent and lliere has bee no relapse. I don't know what Acker's English Remedy is tnade tf, but I am sure it contains something that fortifies the system against fulur attacks. My wife is in better general health now than ever, and you can't imagine how happy she is for her recovery. She tells everybody about Acker's English Rem edy, and so do 1. for I believe it to be our duty to tho public to help erery suf ferer who has throat and lung troubles. My neighbors say it is a sura specifio for croup, and has saved the lives of hundreds of little ones around in thia . vicinity alone." Sold at se, 50c andft a bottle, throughout the United States and Catada j and in England, at is. 2d., is. 3d., 4s. 6d. If you are not satisfied after buying, return the bottle to your druggist, and get your money back. ; We avtlwriK tte above juoraniefe IF. O. BOOKSS t CO, Proprietor!, Ft Tmtt J G Ml ill III mi m MB COMPANY Buyers'of Copper, Gold, Silver, and Lead Ores. Pfe Mernacional M-m cigar KQHLBERB BEOS MOFÁCTüER El I'aeo, Texas CHICAGO AND ALLs E-STEISlSr POINTS Are most quickly reached by the The El Paso Short Line (GEEAT BOCK ISLAND ROUTE) Note the time and the accommodations Daily Through First Class And Tourist Sleepers SAN FRANCISCO TO CHICA&O ONLY 3 DAYS ONLY 2 DAYS FEOM LCS ANGELES PEOM EL PASO DINING CAR SERVICE THROUGH For rates, folders and other information, address T. B. S. BEASTED, G. A. P. D., El Paso, Tei., or JOHN SEBASTIAN G. P- A. ' Chicago C'liftorx arid. Horencl Stsctrn. ,Xsq-uLn.d.rr ZbTow JEZe&óLy Por 23ia.slneQs. All Wort Gnarantced Special Itatcs'.to Hotels and Kaniilies. We have the liest Water in the Territory!' Our Machinery is all new, with all modern IraproTements, and tip to' date In every particular. Give ns a trial, and then you will Bee what Good Laundry work really Id. J. II. Ownby Agent at Lordsbúr; HE ARLIFdGTQKJ. Good rooms and comfortable beds ft t-.r r-.' f i \n\n Now Músico. 8ARTOKI8 CARRASCO, rrop.. t---'-Y-s --," Y'1 r-4-Ji-.