I'CIIMSUKI) Kill DAYS.
11 IMINi II. KKD7.IK.
ftaree Mor I hi II .10
Bin Months . 1 75
OneVnsr i 00
Snlirrltiton AIwit Parulilpln AdvinrB.
This territorial papers are talking
bard about Wm. K. Curlla. Mr. Cur
tía wriw for the Chicago Record
Herald ami made a trip through north
ern Kew Mexico, visiting Raton, Las
Vegas, Pauta Fe, and Albuquerque.
He wrote letters to thoReco'dllorald
that were Interesting. He told of the
man; changes and improvements that
have beca made since be made hi
last trip through that section severa)
years auo, told bow much railroad
building bad been done, told how the
schools had been Improved and made
a showing of (treat progress. Then be
devoted a letter to the statehood
luoümi, and started It oft by saying
that It was bard to say whether New
Mexico was Improving or going back
ward, lie argued against Joint state
hood, and hardly was In favor of single
statehood. R. S. Roady printed a com
munication in the Albuquerque Jour
nal denouncing Mr. Curtis for bis un
fairness, and accusing him of being
taken in by the anti-statehood crowd.
The trouble with such letters as these
Is that they go a great deal farther
than can their answers or denials.
"It may be said, however, that a
large portion of the population of El
I'aso and Juarez is engaged In the sole
occupation of securing the unlawful
admission of Chinese and other aliens.
T. F. Schniucker, Immigration Ins
pector in Charge." The above is an
extract from a letter written by the
Immigration inspector la answer to a
letter telling him that two persons af
flicted with the smallpox bad crossed
from Juarez, and were located in
Grant county, and asking him to de
port them. The Standard dictionary
says that a portion is a part of the
whole, but does not define wbat is
meant by a "large portion." A gen
erally accepted meaning of a "large
portion" is at least bait of the whole.
There are some thirty or forty thous
and people la El Faso and Juarez,
counting Infants la mis. If half of
this Dumber of people have as a sole
occupation the securing of the unlaw
ful admission of Chinese and other al
lens It exhibits a most remarkable
state of affairs. The Inspector Is pre
sumed to know the condition of af
fairs at El Paso, and It Is strange that
If It is as he 6tates that President
Roosevelt has not ordered out a re
glincnt and bad the border put under
military control, and patrolled by the
Lirrt -.liurg liad a smallpox scire last
Friday. After the Lordsburg & lia
chita train left Ilachtta two children
on the train were discovered to have
smallpox. They were part of a family
that had left Juarez that morning, en
route to Morencl, where the father
was going to work. The Mexican
family was given the car. When the
train reached Lordsburg, the first
stop.the car was set out and the health
officers notified. The car was quaran
tined and the Mexican family was not
ified not to leave the car. The health
officers notified the railroad company
that it must move the car out of town.
The only thing tho railroad company
could do was to take the sick people
back where it got them, to Ilacbita.
Dr. Crocker, tho railroad's physician,
went with them. They were unloaded
in the suburbs, and the health officers
at llachita were notified, and Immed
iately took charge of tho cae. Judjje
Anderson got them a tent and pro
visions and located them out on the
prarlc, at a safe distance from town.
The expense of caring for them will
fall on the county. The laws of the
United States strictly prohibit the ad
mission of any person suffering from a
contageous disease, and the govern
ment maintains a force- of men at Kl
Taso to see that the law Is enforced.
Notwithstanding the Inspectors this
family came over tho river, and there
Is no telling how widely they have
spread the disease. County Commis
sioner Gwnby Immediately wrote to
tbe immigration Inspectors at El Taso,
notifying them of these people Illegal
ly in the country, and asked them to
attend to the caso and see that they
were deported. A reporter of tho El
Paso Herald interviewed the inspect
ors about tbe case. Chief Inspector
Schniucker said tho matter was not
under bis jurisdiction, that it was
looked after by the marine hospital
service, and ho had referred the mat
ter to Dr. Alexander. Tbe reporter
then called on Dr. Alexander, who
said the letters had been referred to
him "but I bave nothing to do with
It." Commissioner Ownby has taken
the matter up direct with the se
cretary of commerce and labor, and
Dr. Crocker has taken it up with the
chief surgeon of the marine horpital
service, and it is probable that some
one will be woke up. The father of
the children says bis name Is Plació de
Ramirez, that be and his family cross
ed the bridge from Juarez to El Paso
on foot about halt past eight on the
morning of tbe 11th, that there were
several Inspectors and a doctor at the
bridge, but they were so busy with
other contract laborers that they did
not pay much attention to him. One
of tbe children died and was buried
A prucTionl bonk of nonrly a thnnnnnrl pnir
f, iicfnl to nil m ml ntM'Hftiry to mot iiH'ii
iiirrttioi In hii-bniiu h tit liio Cojjnr Iiiilus
In fAPt.i will pnii mtmtnr with ttin tr1nol
PoU'iítint, niel tt iHtitrtmira in eiiHily uiuJrr
M Ity thíM'vcry-tiny num.
It in a, dozen lxKk in out', rnvprinjr tho His
tory, l'i,'Vniil"olyy. 'nfriiphy, i-oloiry.
( hinlMrv. MiiHTiiloyy, MoUillurRy, Finiuu-ti?
an-! ft!'.:itirH or r..MT.
It (rive Hip plain lucU la philn Knjrllsh.
without (ciirnr liivor.
It lints nii'1 Ie-TiWr 3,4f oopnor mlnn nml
cnmpiinlr. In nil pnrt ol thu worM, flcrijr
fioiiN rtinnititf from two Unci ti twHvi' ptitfi'B,
ttcconlldu- to Imoorf ntico ol tho pmixTlv.
Tho Topper Uitmlhook in comt'.lc.l to he tho
WljKLD'S STAN DAK I) KF.KKHliSCK HOOK
ON COPPKlt. .
Tho Minor rrol tho hook for tho fnct it
K x t hint iilmut inimn. minliijf nl tho im-tiil.
Th InvoMor riooil tho Inmk for tho fm-tf it
frlven him iihoui. M intnir I nvoMinrnH ninl
:ippor NtittiMio. II iiiiilrt-dH of Kwnulliiiji
CotnpunU'? tiro oxporfnl In phiit) Knjrlisli.
I rioo if hi iiiii'K t'tiin, wit 1 1 gilt, top: li.i
In full lihrury moroooo. Will t.o m-iiI fully
prepaid, on upprmtil. to any iidd?- orth-n!.
and nmy ho it'iurm-d wmnn h wook of re
ceipt If not found fully mil islaotory.
HO HACK .1- HTKVKNS. HW poKTorrirr
Ulock, Hoimjhton, Mini. V, S. A.
A favorito'roport fot thoso who aro in fnvor
f thc'frrocoinatfo of Oliver, Minors, Pros
pectara, Kanehord and Htocktnoa.
Music Every Night.
Of tho mm popula r brands.
It Is bard for aa ordinary individual
to understend the mystery of the
working of tho Immigration laws. Tbe
laws prohibit the admission Into this
country of any person suffering from a
contageous disease. Tbe ocean ves
sels at New York are watched, and if
some poor Italian suffering from sore
eyes is found in tbe steerage be Is de
ported. Tho law prohibits tbe Imml
ration of Chinamen, and if alone
Chinaman happens to get across tbe
border the Immigration Inspectors
will have a dozen men, if necessary,
out bunting bim down. Tbe Impor
tation of smallpox at El Taso does not
seem ta worry the Inspectors. The
chief says It is nono of bis business,
but Is attended to be tho hospital ser
vice. Tbe doctor In charge of the
hospital says he only looks after sucb
eases as the Inspectors report to
Li m. Iietwcen tho Inspector and tbe
doctor two smallpox cases were allow
ed to get Into this country, travel on
two different passenger trains, and ex
pose to contagion hundreds of people,
who may carry It to a dozen states be
fore they discover wbat Is the matter,
and may never know where they were
Ed. Allen, a well known freighter,
who has the contract for hauling Frank
CI I no's cyauidlng outfit from Gold Hill
to Dos Cabeaas, was at 3o)d Hill Sat
urday loading the stuff when be com
menced to complain of asevere pain in
his head. Ity Sunday tbe pain becamo
unbearable, and be came Into town to
consult a physician. Dr. Crocker diag
nosed tbe trouble as screw worms. He
douched the nose with a disinfectant
which would act as a bug poison, and
ta a few moments two screw worms
came from Allen's nose, and tbe pain
ceased. Later In tbe day bo complain
ed of the puln again, and the doctor
repeated doucb. Allen concluded that
all the eggs had batched and decided
to return to bis work. The doctor
wanted hloi to stay to see if more eggs
batched, bit he would dot. , After
returning t Gold Hill the. pain re
turned, Indicating that uiorerggs bad
hatched, and Allen left for Silver City,
where he could be treated, and from
where be could send another man out
to do bis work. The papers have re
ported an unusual number of people
this season who have been attacked by
rrew worms, but this Is the first case
tbat has becu reported lo this section, j
ASSAY OFFICE AHD CHEMICAL
William H. Stevens
ino Wines, Kentucky Whiskies,
Fiench Drandies and Im
VlnoFIno. Whlskic do Kentucky, Cogna
Frances j-Purni lmportndo.
Oolrt nml Silver, Wlo Iron,
Oitmh-t, 7' Zinc, .
Tin, . . Kl.uu Biilpliur.
Bond 3 or 4 07.S. of ore. Postaso on ore one
AmHlcnmntion Tent of Free Milllnir Oro. f.'i.00
CynliMle TeMt of (olí) and Silver Ore, fi.tiu
Clipper IiPiiehinir Test of Carbonato, and
uxiuizeii copper jro, . . o.uu
For above tests send SO or.s. of ore for each
llntnrns liv next mail. Terms : Oneli with
futmplcii. MineM exiitnined and reported upon.
Annum usBeBtimuni worK uiienüeu lo
I.OimSlll IKI, N. M.
The only child ot Mr. and Mrs. It. G.
Boswortb, who was between two and
three year old, died in Deming last
week from typhoid fever. This is the
third baby tbey bave lost.
For Over Hlxtr Veara.
An Old and Wkll-Tkied Heiiedy.
Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over sixty years by
millions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
1 1 soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays ull pain, cures wind colic, and is
tho best remedy for Diarrhma. Is
pleasant to the taste. Sold by Drug
gists In every part of tho world,
Twenty-Dve cents a bottle. Its value is
incalculable. lie sure mid ask for Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup, and take no
Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea
come on without warning and prompt
relief must be obtained. There is no
necessity of incurring tbe expense of a
phvslclan's service In such cases if
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Ilemedy is at band. A dose of
this remedy will relíete the patient be
fore a doctor could arrive. It has
never been known to fail, even in tho
most severe and dangerous cases and
no family should be without it. Jb'or
sale by all Dealers in Medicine.
UCN'CAN ANO HOI.OMONVILLK.
Mull ttud KxpreiM Line.
Stage leaves Siilomoiiville Mondays,
Wednesdays and .Fridays at 7 a. in.,
and arrives at Duncan at 12 m., mak
ing close connection with the A. &
N. M. Ky. Leaves Duiicun Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Fridays at 12 iu.,
varriing at Solomotiville ut tl p. in.
This line is eijfiped with elegant
Concord. Coaches Fine Stock, and
Fare í. Low charges for extra
baggage. Tbe quickest and safest
route to express matter to Solomou
vllle. Koaii Geen, i'rop.
Solomonville, A. T.
You tira In a H1 tlx
But we will cure you if you will pay n.
Meo who are Weak, Nervous and debili
tated suffering from Nervous Debility
Seminal wcakuesi, and all the ellrcti of
curly evil huhiU, or lubir indiscretions,
which It'adto l'reraature Docay, consump
tion or instutnty, should toad for and read
tho "book of lifo. giviüg particulars for
d home cure. Sent (scaled) free, by ad
renHÍnír Dr. Parker's Medical and surgi
cal inntita, 151 North Spruce St., Naoli-
ville, leño. 1 liey truartintee a cure or do
pay. Tbe Sunday Morning.
The Southern l'ecillo
lleduricd rates to Portland, Oregon,
and return, account Lewis & Ci:irk
KxrtosHlon, June 1st to October l."th.
HKC). 1". day ticket t.Vi; 21 day ticket
.'i. Wrlto agent S. 1. Co., at Lords-
burg, N.M., for full Information about
IIImtiI slop-over, privileges, tralus and
Kcrl's Gaver Root Tea
l.nntlfin tlio Coir.pl'Tl-.n, P"rifi-s the
r.l:nKl, ves n l':"iii.L,li:,rííktn. . irr-lint
solution, liiilit;cstiin, imd all l'M-ilii't.i :.!
ttit! Skin. A ai-mttriililj l.iMdive
J'inlc. Siiftl on .V';lni K' muteú Ly a;!
drulst!) nt 2fir., 80c. 'id 4I.OJ.
wecls 4 CO., csnov, n. v.
Arizona & New Mexico Railway Company
Lordiiburg & Ilacbita Kailway Company
T1MK TAULK NO. 26.
To take effect Sunday, August 20th
1000, at 12:01 A. M.
Mountain Standard Time 103 Meridian
For the government and information ol
emptoyeep only. The ('onipimy ruberves tlie
rKht to Tury from it at pleasure.
TRAI! No. 1
W C... Clifton.. l
South Sldiu- (Sp
W... .Guthrie.. .il
W C. Duncan... d
.... Thomson. ..
L. & H. Junction
W C, Lordsburg d
& II. Junction
24 (m f
f.1 ai t
8 I 3:16
W....Hroekmnn.. M B:i f
linker IlirMl f
VC Y.llni liHa..d W.Ull !
tioiivi:) II.kavri I I
Trains stop on sliriml.
Children under 10 years of asco half price.
l.iiinniimU hiurirairo free with each full ti
et: 7(i imiiiii'Ih littk-iiire free with each liu
tii ket. K neons baiuguyu 1 cent per luopuund
per mi io.
Clifton to North Si.lln '.I
" Kiiutli Siding
" " (iuthrie
I Minean 1
" " Tliouiwill a t
" Summit 3.
" Veiti-h 3
" IjordHtturff 4.
' Holiert 4.
" linker .
" " Ilaehlta .
James Comjuiioiin, J'reHident.
Ai.r.x. VeiTcH, Geo. A. Vt'AosTArr,
1st V. P. & (len'l Siiit. 8uperiutendent.
Arizona 4B ColorMdo llHllroad Co.
Leave CHdilo 9:30 a. in
Loavu Pearoo 7:4fia.m
Coniicetinne at Cochl with tho Boutborn
Effeotlvo July 1, 1110.1.
K. A. U( I A11I.AND.
AiinI. (ien. Manairer.
C. E. BURLINGAME & CO.
lif fluC AH0 LAÜORATORY
f iiz' Kis" liip'nn an 1 run lul uc.i iMn
..ItkiKUitiill it-tJ v.ti.t U,x Irrmv (
1 f VO-'.IOi) LoHTtncc 5.., L't.'üvcr, Culw
'rosir!cicr Lyccfrm !tcH Oyster Parlor, ot Rochester, KYm
OMrJneü C2,QC0 Ufo Sns-enxnoo Po'Ioy
" .f' business ns proprietor of the Lyceum Shell Oyster Parlor. S45 Mala
treet. Kochcstrr. N. Y., writes Mr. diaries vv. llalxoclt, "was so cotihntnsr
tbat my lniifts became aifectcu.
nd po to work ut soine-
my luntfS wore in bad
i'.inpc, caa 1 knew it
just as wcil as he ud.
I ho trouble una ocen
growing on mo tor a
Ions timo. Like most
tlier people, 1 tnet to
s. urTnF.rtFonn & co.
SAKTORIS ft CAHBA8CO, Trops.
GoodwhiekicB, brandicB, wines and Sue
Spanish Opera each niirht by a troupo of
The favorito of Morencl, Arizona.
Double Stamp Whiaklos California Wines,
Warranted Pure Grape Juice Foreign
and Domestic ClK'irs A Quiet Itesort
Daily and Weekly Papers Always
on hand, If the mails don't tal
B. DAVIS, Proprxtor
The repairing of watch ,
clocks and jewelry a specialty.
All work done in a workman
like manner and Ruarantced or
money refunded. Shop locat
ed in the Arizona copper coni
(Late of London, England)
13 THE BEST.
WW S1ÍíslLiriT FOB AKIN&.
S ,i fey FRENCH 4k LKAMllXEO CALF.
i "" ..1 ,.33a3 so Fiur Caí r 3.1'twjw!
3.0? P01JCE.3 SOLES.
. n uHD Lm.
-EXTRA FINE- .
F -'?', ,:'.' A?m3 FitcCAiriKsscAHia
V' . . M
Over Ono Million 1-eoplo wear tho
W. L. Douglas $3 8c $4 Shoes
All our shoes are equally satisfactory
They five the best vnluc lor the money.
Thev equal custom f hoc In style and IÍU
Í heir wearing qutrl'tiet re unsurpassed.
The prices art; uniíorm, stainncd o.t sole
11 your dcaier cannot supplyjouvewa. toldjf-
dealer, whosu name will btioi uy appeal liure
AKVULS WUIUÜU. Apply ui UUVU.J
Choice Wines, Liquornund lluvana Cigars
Operatio and other iuusieal selections ren
deredeaeh nlK'it fortheeutei'tain
ment of putrons.
Daily and woekly newspapers and other perl'
For full partiou arteallonl
Hugh Mullen - Prop
CLIKTON . ARIZONA
ths tuirt'lurd fter 4v y (jam
ti. i in y HlwMVri irtIiu:
tl. litJV'.'it UlJll burt'nt
ciop-i. All üvulrrN 11
JL. M. FtHHV & Oo
My doc lut told ma I'd bavo to leave tbe stoie
make mVself bclicvs H:Vr;-Cr- J "A (4 5.--H'-DA
the trouble was not in r ' v.'.'.A ' X V - VZJ?
tho lungs. 1 called it rW:-v'Tt'l I J V A" u
stomach trouble or ncr- -( I V U - hk ''''Í3 -
vous disortlfr, but I- -JkV. J i.isi"-.! v.4 l'"Ll if
kept cou(ihiní. spitting C?? ' i.:'1.",' 3; I 1 VW
and was'.inf; away riRht : áCígssJlV'V i ' : ' .'".I J. I 1 if
nlonij. llostinveí.ht,íS-:::- 5i V -1 i I'll ' i
falliiit' from 1411 to 115 ""t ' ' k ' '''i í'i '.'il ill
pounds. Somehow or s" I ji jj lis
other, I jrot hold of Ack. ' . I- v..,.;J
er s I nglisíi Kemcdr
for Throht and Luiir TronMcs, and .iftar talcinc; it nocordmyr to directions, I w
as well as any man in New York Suae. I was hecltmer ana stroiirrcr tnau do.
fore 1 tool; the cold vhich came so near killing mo. I now weigh 150 pounds
ten pounds more th.-.n ever. After recovering, I applied for a life insurance
riolicv. When the doctor beran cramming me, I vi afr:d he would discover
that my luns tiad ótico Deen aiiecTCT, nui nc uira 1. 1 pusseu 1111 mui, nun
was pronounced in a iirst-elar.s rendition. If that i'.n't proof of tho most posi
tivo kind that Acker's Eutrtish Remedy is a Rreat medieine. I don't know what
you call proof. 1 Rive it my warmest endoisc-.nenL My address is given above.
Anyono who wishes may writo mo personally about my case."
Sold at 25c, 50c. and $1 a bottle, throughout theUnited States and Canada;
and ia England, at is. 2d., ss. jd., 4s. od. if you are not satisfied after buying,
return tho bottle to your druggist, and get your money back.
W auUiorixe '.he above pvtmmtct. II". II. U00KE3 & CO., Pwrk'ore, Xcw York.
Reduce Rates to Lewis & Clark Exposition,
m y it
1 II M hi r t-U 1 7 . l'i I I i VA
rAiiiid n je uui
By Train No. 9 on the
August, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16,
17, 29, 30 & 31.
September, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 12, 13, 14, 2G, 27 & 28.
( RETUTIN LIMIT: Kioetv (!I0) days from date I
of 6ale but oot later than Kovciuber JOtU.-- (
Ccixtlxc-rn 3Pacific Zcinta ixi
jSltIzzozxo, and iTo"w vo.lco.
56 A. M. 12:04 P. 1.
I bcCTK 4 "-VSTA Cm I
' Kuint-i j . i
1:15 P. M. 6:57 P. M.
For futhcr informatioD, Pullman Reservations, ft etc.
CALL UPON OR ADDRESS
E. G. IlujirniiKY, D. F. & P. Auent. Tucson, Arizona.
12. Y. Clait, Agcut, Lordsburg, N. M.
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Ms. L. A. nicks, Iredell, Texas, says: " I wa"
sick ia bed for eitfht months with liver trouble, tha
doctor seemed to do me no good. I was told to try
Her bine, and it cured me in a short time. I cannot
lecoxuuiend this wondeifnl medicine too highly."
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ST. LOUIS, U. S. A.
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