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.J yi;sti:kn t.ordliurt; l'L'ÜUSHF.r FRIDAYS. Iy IMIÜl II. KKH7.IF.. Subscription Trices. lil lU'MJ Ti tiamesappar as contestants:' George j ULlLliAlJ. lA,,irlit M;lJ.or Marr,)(,( l)eWt- Holey, J. C. Hall, II. D. Ferguson, NawMaxiro. ('lprur,r Otri T. 1. Catron. Max Frosi, A. It. Gibson, A. A. Keenc, Joshua KavnoMs, Pal Garrett, W, A Hawkins, Judge Fail, Judge Parker, and about a Ihoiis.md moro hungry citizens. The sheriff who loses will hv to starve bis prisoner fur a year t) get oven on Hip price of thatsupper. tnrtr Jtuntbs i r tix Months On War ' rtulcrtption Always Pavalileln Adcamo. t! 00 1 TS SCO IlHfi a Tn Trnny Nuil Tl.rmifli III Hand. WM'.o opening h t,ox. J. C. Mount. of Three Mile Hy, N. Y., tun a ten penny nail through the tlcshy part of I msuanu, i inougnt ar, une of nil the pain and soreness this would caie me." he savs, "and Immediately applied Clisiutierialn's pain balm anil occasionally artcrwarus. To my sur prise It rcrjoved ail pain and soreness ana inc injureo parts were soon healed." For Hale by all dealers In medicines. LlOREtiCl ARIZ. B?ed Quarts ai a y inte; THE EPÜELICAN TICKET. COl'NTY TIl'Kr.í. Fur (omniinloni-r. 2nd lltrirt, II. W. IIAWSON For Commlwlnner, ilrl District, (HAS. It. Tr.MI'l.F, For hkeriil (HAS. T. KAUN'SWOHTH For Ta Colli olor nd Tr-nnr"r AKTII1 H H. (toHDKI.li. K"r A-w ."'' V. .1. HWAHT7. For rnlnt Clerk. JAMF.ST. SHIPLEY Fur I'rohBte JiHir'-, 1,. II. MOWLKB Tor Riiporlnti-ndout of Schools, f ANFUKI) KUBINSON For Survcyi,!1, R. Í.. POWEI.. Tub reuubllcaa territorial onve.n- .ou U iu sebsiun at IVuon today. The oulv candidate before tbe conven tion is tbe Hon. n. S. Ilodey. The It. M. Snyder who was con victcd In St. Louis of boodllng tbe common council In an effort to get a juflioiid friiichlse through, Is the same It. M. Snyder who was heavily in.orrki.-d in the Coronado cattle company, at Guthrie. Tiieuk has been a plenty of 6crap- iv.nifin Santa Fe for tbe past few tveckf. It has all been in the repub licannarty. One division was led by T. II. Catron, and the other was wade lip of followers of the goveruor. At the nrimarles last Friday the Catron faction was snowed under. Tub superintendent of rural niail rtfliverv writes Delegate Itodey that rural mall routes from Carlsbad and Maxwell will he established on the first of November. These are the only two applications that have been made In the territory, although one &as been made to start from Duncan, Arizona, most of the route being In New Mexico. The superintendent says this route will be considered just as soon as It Is found possible to assign an aicnt to that locality to make the necessary Investigation. The people at llachiu wanted a postónico established there and pe titioned the department to establish one. The department was somewhat slow in actinic. On the advice of the Lii.ekM. a letter was written to Dele KAle liodey, asking for the establisb- ment of the oiüoc and the appoint ment of C. t: Dunncgan as post master. Mr. P.odey Immediately wrote the department, recommending the establishment of tbe otllec and the nppolntmcnt of Mr. Dunnegan. Last Friday Mr. Dunncgan received notice of the establishment of tbe olllce and bis appointment as P"S'.ma-tcr. Avwd ' his bond Is auproved the ofllcc will be opened for business. It will be a great accom modation to many people. Deputy United States Marshal Kaseman was in Silver City last week, and while there served papers on Thomas Lvous, president of the San Jacinto cattle company, wbicti failed ti I ni to'Las Cruces, before the United States court, to snow why certain fences he had erected ou United States land had not been re moved. Tills Is the Hrst action the government bus taken against the Illegal fencers in trie territory, aid It protiablv Indicates that it will be after them. The disregard of the fence laws has been an expensive luxury to some of the cattlemen of Colorado and Kansas, and it would be well for the INcw .Mexican who have built fences to get Uiem down before the marshal gets after them. Word from Graham county indi cates that Clifton will lie the place where the fighting on the county ticket will be done, and the present Indications are that a mixed ticket will be elected. Tbe republicans of the county have no uewsnaper to sjjread republican literature of a local character, and recently tried to pur chase the Era of Clifton. They could not raise the Drice, and so the Ia will continue to spread democratic literature. Since the Solomonville Bulletin changed from being a repub lican paper to a democratic organ Gra ham county never has bad a republi can paper. George L. Uughce, formerly South ern Pacific ngent at this po'nt, and now auditor for the (Juaymas roan, was In the city Tuesday, en route O-'- Tifí-' ) lough end hs á 'ví- s - iiro nil hi TM ts t '.v.r.fl nr.-st'nn tfce .&' í 1 "J f l, .".tl li;Monc :í li" vi t f '" i:.- in-'l '- rure tht! v- C's -f 1 0'.ií-i, Crini; It' í J 1 r i.l : ' "n li iio 'is ti- Hi '1 (! ' ! . ' : ' i t " nrc r'' V 'Vil '- . ;' r ui;'i na I ir i It, C., -hchi ,11'ii'r i 'i-. i ;r- .-'' ;i I 1st :l-"-'Vi-vtthal J; ' V ','. ' ''. ' '' n ir it . C- t V .1 l' " 'll "v''l' !."V- X (f .V t - , ' In f.lf ! -x'lr. y.. .vxi i y d! s.c.weus&coS5 j i.r.ROY, m.y. ; (H t:'-,M!LTOM,CAN. Jl A fTortte"rrírtrt fin iho wUó areln fayor peotors, Kanobera and Stockmen. Music Every Night. It wa in lh Wines XAtivi oro and Cigrars, Of tbe mut popular brsos. Morencl 9. RUTHERFORD & CO. Arizona MEXICAN SALOON IrlfiA TTTI ...oca, tientucky Whiskies, French Brandies and . ported Clgarsi no Fino. Wb,(klt, de Kentubky, Cofn. France, y purf)i lmpor,a,0 I a.n áknlfefnalcerand woik.-.l for ft mimberof years m me svev, m mt Co factory at Wa den, N. Y. First thing I knew i corauu "'J'-h.-!. ,k riim.Minuchafl.itit bloml would comeUp from my lungs nt a timo. Kvery time I coughed tbe blood spurted out. full 1 got so bad, and tbectiurcn people told me I had better iimke rhy pence with the Lord and prepare to die. for I would not live till spring. My home doctor LJuldn't do me any good, but advised me to get to New Yotk City lor examination. They filially took me to n fned i ni colicué, and a hole lot of physicians made what they called a diagnosis. There were several students looking; on. One professor had a little ivory hammer, nnd with this he pounded my chest and held hia car close to listen. After a while the profesor looked at me solemnly and declared: One of your lungs ia about cone and the other is affected. There may bo a slim chance i,.r lif if tou ouit working in that knife f-ctory I went back advertisement of free MmpMi 4 IS. Walki r & üaion. 1 got iru. v. . .,:. -lthnnel. , í . 11 - A .ni wcrd O 4 Weil ata IWU 1UUK3 ?e.riV1nTevTone tríúoTti; facU and that is why I tell them her' (Signed) A. H. Simpson. . nd a poaltl. ar.nt' ini-V WIO DB reiunur.i n; - . . JU1 that your monry H' aullurriu the above guaraní. tnai Tour muiirv Triii . - . . a . Unitid S..l and Canada. 1,. tng an... fr . di. --i - Arisona & New Mexico lailwa Company LorJaburg 6t Hachita Eiilway Company, SALOON TIM IS TABLE. TlMKTjkDt.l x GOING O NO. 18 ' 1 ?' SOUTH Sept, 1. 19(12. 2 H Mountain Time. a-' tbaIW tbaiic stations No. 1 No 5 Clirton Lv 0 0 S::iam 7rllm North Si.l.nn ... " ft fi H:4am !:5IJ S nith rtlilliiu ... " 7 7 l:M a m 7::t(aui (iillhrlc " 12 11 9:llfi a m K::iC a in Coronado " 13 13 :10am S:4."am Hrlca Yunl .. . " IT 17 :2il a in (Mm Sheldon... " 24 24 V-.M a m :3S a m riuneiin "33 32 9:M a nvlOilfi a m Thompson "40 4n 10:17 a mll:Oñ a m' -Summit " 61 Bl 10:33 a mill :37 a ori Veltch ".OO 0 10:47 a mll:.':ii7 p m L 6 II Junction. (9 f 11:00 a m 12::H p m LordHlimir Ar 70 70 11 :0C a in 12:37 p m Ixinl'liurK Lvl ll::i5am L & it Junction. " 11:40 am 1:3.'. pm Itoliert " SI 81 12:01 pni Z:lt!pm Krockman " '. W 12:1", p m 2::tr p m lluki-r "102 102 12:36 p m 3:12 pm Himlilta "Iw 10 112:60 p m 8:40 pm ifJ- uf-woiBíiet. brandies, wine, and fine Havana Cigars. Spanish Opera each night by a troupe of Trained Coyotes. Morent Arltona PACIFIC OBI MINING i SMELTING COMPANY DETROIT SALOON Buyers of Copper, Gold, Siiver, and Léhá Ores. The Hearst outfit of newspapers tas never been satisfied with the way congress has been run, and now pro' Doses to have a hand In the matter, William Randolph Hearst has been nominated for congress from one of thp pw York'cltv districts. Arthur Brisbane, one of the Journal editors, has been nominated from another Is trlct. both on the democratic ticket Edward J. Llvernash, one of the hop fiend editors of the San Francisco Ex atnloer, has been nominated for con gross on tbe democratic and socialist ticket from one of the San Francisco districts. If all three are elected it is probable they will Insist, on the Con gressional Record being printed with red ink, and decorated with yellow stripes. Í.AST Vridav the head men of tbe enal onerators and'.John Mitchel, the head of the strikers, were invited to meet President Roosevelt, to see If an end could not be put to the strike, The president urged tberu to come to nme azrecuient. Mitchell agreed to leaye everything to arbitrators op pointed by Ifttf president. The opera tors said that twenty men bad beet) killed and forty wounded by the strik era under Mitchell, and that they could not arbitrate any question with murderers, that if the men who want ed to work, but were kept from it bj fear of the strikers, were protected tbey would mine enough coal to sup ply the country. Ills now up to the governor of Pennsylvania to see that hnnM-t men are protected in their igbt to work. from Hlsbee, where he has been to the ball líame, to Benson, -where he will meet bis wife and two children. Do Oood-lt Pays. A Chicago man has observed that, 'Good deeds are better than real es tate deeds some or the later are worthless. Act kindly and gently, show sympathy and lend a helping hand. You cannot, nossioie lose uy it." Most men appreciate a kind word and encouragement more than sub stantial beln. There are persons iu this community who might truthfully sav. Si v good menn, cneer up. a few doses of Chamberlains cougn remedy will rid you of your cold, and there Is uo danger whatever ironi nneumonla when you use that medí cine. It alwavs cures, i know it lor it has helped me out many a time." Sold by all dealers in medicine. Yua areln a Had Fix But we will cure yuu if you will pay us. Men wbo are Weak, Nervous and debili tated sufierinif from Nervous Debility. Seminal weakness, and all tho eftrcts of early evil habits, or later indiscretions, which lead to rremature Decay, consump tion or instanity, should send for and read the "book of life," givi.isr particulars for d home cure, fipnt (sealed) free, by ad renins Dr. P-irker's Medical and surt'i cal insiite. 151 Nortli Spruce St., Naxh' ville, Tenn. 1 hey cuarantee a cure or no pay. The Sunday Morning. Timetable - S OOINO No. is, 3 4 NORTH 8pt. 1, 1902, S h Mountain Time. 6 S ibais tbaik S STATIONS. NO.i WO, Hiictilta I.v T 2:00 pm 7:00 am linker " 11 2:16 pm 7:27 am Hrockman " 11 2:3ft pm 7:60am Itoliert " 11 2:60 pm S:3flam Lit II Junction" 1 8:l(ipm 9:16a in , Lnrrtshnra- Ar 3:16 p ni 9:20am Uinlsiiurir Lv 3:46pm 1.4 H Junction" 8:60 p m 9:40am Veltch ..." 9 4:03 p m 10:06 a m Summit " 9 4:17 p lili lt):Xl a m ThimipHon " 11 4:'W P in 11 :o6 a m Duncan " 4:61 p m 11:37 a m Sheldon " 5:10 p m 12:ii p m Brick Yard .... " 7 6:26 p m l2 63 p in Coronado " o:35 p ml 1 H p ni fiulhrln " Z 5:46 p m 2 o p m Hoc. tii Hlillna; ... " 4 Wpm ISpm North liidinif.... " 8 6:6 p m 2 3.1 p m Clifton Ar 5 :16pminopm The favorite of Morenol. Arizona. otamp whlSalea-Callfonila Wines. AIT . . ' airauieu t-ure (irape Juice Forolg-n and Domestlo ClgaraA Quiet Reaort JJally and Weokly Papers Always on hand. If tbe malls don't all. E. DAVIS, Proprietor f Ikife (MiéM&íir Tn torn q ni nn al iUlUlUUUlUUUl Watchmaker, Jeweler. MMÚ The repairing of watch , :íiví i'tT Trains stop on signal. Trains 1 aud 2 Passenger Trains. and 6 freight trains. PASHEMOER RATES. Clifton to North Siding .30 South NUlDg- w " Uulliri 70 Ominado - t'6 York 1 26 S aeldon 1 60 Dunoan i-6 ' Summit 310 " IiOrdsliurif i 4.i Children betwuen and twelve years of ape. half price. X V 100 p .nnds of baire-aire carried tree witn each full faro, ahd 60 pounds wltneaoh hall furoticket. Emil Schumann, James Coi.qchoun, president. Superintendent. DUNCAN AND SOLOMOS VILLR. Mall and Express f.lne. Stage leaves Solomonville Mondays, Wednesdays und Fridays at 7 a. in., and arrives at Duncan ut VI m., mak- Inir close connection with the A. & í. M. Ry. Leaves Ihincan Tuesdays, Tbursdavs and I ridavs at VI m. varriing at Solomonville at H p. in. This Imp Is cqriped with elegant Conookd Coaches Fine Stock, and careful drivers. Kare Low charges for extra baggage. The Quickest and safest route to express matter to Solomon- vile. .NOAH liKEX, I'rop. Solomonville. A. T. TliB El Paso Store SIMON HAGENAUER, Prop. clocks and lewelry 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 iV. L. Douglas f? SÍfíE" I3THEBEST. fK3 Jl aVii TIT FOR AKINCS. lS. COKDOVAM, FRENCH A tNAMCUEO CALT. Í ?4.3.so Fir: Calt&Kancaroo ' V Í J.s- F0 ICE.3 S0LE3. "K l.-POtÉ.WORKINr-Mc..' f$J I - EXTRA FINE- IT 1,11 IM I.J- v SFJND Fort CATALOGUE ii.-i'-W-L-DOUO LAB, ' EKOCKTOH..MA5S. Over One Million People wrar the W. L. Dcuslas $3 & $4 Shoes Ai!our.shoc3cro euaüy fiatlsffactory They plvc tho heut vntuo f-r the uionrv. They cquul custcm itioes In slle and it, Th'lf weurint; qunlítled are itnsurpnMrd. Tha prices aro uniform, b tamped on sole. From ?! to 5 1 OLved over ct'ier mrkci. li your dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold bf KOHLBERG BEDS Cigar yÁKüFACTüíERS El Paso, Texas CZEaZZCwGS-O -lüufVZSTSS CITY AND ALL ESTEISlSr POINTS Aré most quickly reached by The El Paso Short Line (GEEAT ROCK ISLAND EOUTE) Note the time and the accommodations Daily Throueh First Clafes And Tourist Sleepers SAN FRANCISCO TO CHICÁOO , ONLY 2 DAY& TE01Í EL PASO ONLY 3 DAYS I ROM LIS ANGELES Tuebe Is going to be great fun in A ihnniieroiie next Thursday, and a hot time that night. Sheriff Hubble, of Albuquerque, and Sheriff Stewart, nf F.ddv. both claim to be reformed cowlKiys, and experts with the rope Jq talking tbe iuatter over each elalme J be could rope and tie a steer fluleVer tbau the other. Finally they arranged contest to take place dur ing tbe regular steer tying contest at the fair, the sheriff who took the ujosl time to rope and tie to pay for tbe Bunuer for all tbe men wbo entered theateer tying contest. When this wa an Bounced Tom Hughes and Joe .Sheridan, neither of wboui know or m tell tbe pooimer irora tbe caotle of a saddle, eotered tbn contest, Theyald they might not wir the rtie. but tbey could not )oe on the supper, fcmce then up to the latest Ttuort tbe Lijikhal bas of tbe entries . . v m i ' , conten, the foliowLog Leader in Low Prices Aú-.Tp7I,l.hSIS."I,I,ea, ber' DINING CAR SERVICE THROUGH For rates, folders und other information, address H. 0. COX, Q. A. P. D., El Paso, Tex,, or JOHH SEBASTIAN G.P A- Chio&gc rr r suty l oan. AN ( M.D AND WELL-TRIED RlCMEDY. Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrun has been used for over sixty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens tbe gums. allays all pain, cures wind colic, und is the best remedy for Diarrtm-a. I: pleasant to the taste. Sold by Drug- ifists In every part of the world. Twetitv-tlve cents a bottle. Its value Is Incalculable, lie sure and ask for Mrs. Wlnalow's Soothing Syrup, and take no other kind Dry Goods Lawns Organdies Lace Enibroderies rercales Hosiery Shirt waist Ladies Trimmed llüts Ladies Fine. Muslin Underwear Clothing Trousers Crush Suits Alapica Coiits Ilrits Boy's Suits Boy's Wüist-s Notions Trunks Valices Telescopes Grips Fin Line of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes COUNCIL ROOMS Choice Wines, Liquors and Havana Cigars Operatio and other musical selections ren dered each nignt for thesntertaln ment of patrons. Clifton. a2n.d-2vóroto.ci Ilest jilace in town for Dry Goods No trouble to show goods. Come and convince yourselves LOUDSnUKG - Dally and weekly newspapers and other pert-1 odlcalson file. Lordsburg Assay Office Mill ani Smelter Architects. Gold 50 cent, Silver 50 cent-s, Cop per 75 ccata, Lead 60 cents. Gold and Silver 75 ceots. Iron, Zinc, Silica Í1.00 each. AU warí gaarantcüá Bemf for IIjntb to I'rosicto8 The World's Sews jFxoxtl lD3.y to Day Is Hest Given In papers thatare MEM- ItEltS OF THE i ASSOCIATED PRESS. THE EL PASO TIMES 19 a mem- ber of this great New uatnering Association, and I therefore the best paper west of Dallas, south of Denver and east of Los Angeles. Take the TIMES and gel all the news. HATBOi'BCBi:iUPTION! 7.00 par year 05 Canta pr monta, THE DAILY TIMES 321P03D,Tazao. '--'-.,, Por full particu arioallon new mexico I Hugh Mullen - Prop CLIFTON - ARIZONA ii f y ii r All Wort GnaranteCa Special Hates to Ilotels and Fsmilics. We have the Best Water in the Territory. Our Machinery la all new, with all modern improvements, and opto date In every particular. Give us a trial, and then you will see what Good Laundry work really liv J. R. Ownby Agent at Lordsburg. ta V' Ferry'a V f s- Seeds make anod crooa. sood . erooa make more oua- tomera so each year tha crops and customers have (rown greater. That's tha aeorat of tua Ferry (ame. Mora Ferry'a Bead sold and aown than any other aind. Bold by all dualere. out tlottt Annual fUJiJS. Co. ARLIFJGTOKI. I D. as. Parry A i I Detroit, - '- - Good rooms arid comfortable Md O co.- Boob . 2?xoxictc \n\n ofthe;froecolnaire of !lver. Minen, Pro- NORTE ALVARES, Morenol . . Arltona , f, ar now, for at last I am a sonu b.-.m - 7 l Aclter i itnitiin t""""' j.J ..:. f.iw.. c. we. and ti a bottla ta 8ARTORI8 CARRASCO. Propi. Freo. , Hoi n. liOHPSUÜHO, M.