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I tit . '. it r u Tiw Mlco. IIJ IM1V. II. UMIMÍ. Subscription Prices. Three Morilhs II 00 Six Wonl'is 1 75 One Vt-nr 1 00 u hucripUf.n Alwar Pirb!elD AdTance. Mkury Christmas to all the readers of the LniKiiAL. Tiiukk wi.lillniis In one week. This Is a recur J that has not been made to Lorrlsbnrg bcfore.Tbe Luikkai. wishes hmg life Bad happiness to tho three couples. TnK tertnt of ofike at Chief Justice Mills, Judge Parker and Judge McFle are about to expire, and l'resldent Koeve!t hni reappointed all threo of them. This will make a third term for each of them. Pkesident Uoosevklt his beeo do ing tbe Christmas act for the pant week or no, In making appoiotruents for a great many ónices that are to be Tit cunt next January. The lucky one who receive the appointment are In Tor a merry Christmas, and the ones who do Dot receive them are merci fully put out of their misery. TriE announcement bas been made of tbe engagement of Miss Alleo, tbe president's daughter, aod Nicholas Loogwortb, a congressman from the Cincinnati, Ohio, district, The public, which takes a great Interest In Pres ident Roosevelt and hi? family, bas been expecting this announcement for some time, and the congratulations to tbe engaged couple come from everybody. Two pounds and five ounces was what a copy of the anniversary num licr c;f the Los Angeles Examiner weighed, when wrapped ready for , walling. The paper consisted of six teen sections, with from eight to twelve pages to a section. If a person bad a couple of weeks to spare, and felt so Inclined, be might tackle the Job of reading It. There was considerable surprise when President Roosevelt announced that tbe appointment of Pat Garrett, as collector at 1 Paso would not be considered a personal matter with blui. It Is reported that tbe pres ident got sore at Pat because be In troduced one of tbe leading gamblers of El Paso toblm at a Rough Rider reunion at Sin Antonio. A. L.Sharpe bas the endorsement of the Texas republicans, and probably will succeed Garrett. Sharj e was elected to the legislature from El Paso on the re publican ticket last year. The president bas announced the names of a number of men who will be appointed post masters In New Mexico. They are R. W. Hopkins, at Albuquer que; F. O. Blond, at East Las Vegas; P. A. V. Walter, at Santa Fe; E. L. Silver City; Thomas V. Iirannlgan, at Las Cruces, and M. C. Dellaea, at Las Vegas. All of these appointments arc for the-second term except', tbe last three. Messrs. Ifctts and Drannigao succeed Mrs. Galloway, at Silver City, and A.J. Papen, at Las Cruces each of whom have served two terms, and Mr. l)cl)nca takes charge of there established office .it the uld town of Las Vegas. Some time since the de partment consolidated tbe ofllees at Laa Vegas and East Las .Vegas, nam ing tbe dcw ofllce Las V;as, and ea lahllshing it In the new town, and ex tending the free delivery to tbe pa trons of both offlces. Tbe people lu the old town did not like this, and took tbe matter' luto tbe courts, claiming that as their town was a county seat It was, under ho law, entitled to a postofllco. Recently the courts de cided In favor of the people of the town, and Mr. Deliaca baa been ap pointed to serve them. It Is proph esied that after a few weeks of Mr. Dellaea's service the people of tie old town will want to go back to the pres ent slate of free delivery. Ao Important mining sale was made this week when tbe Last Cbancegroup nt Pyramid, consisting of tbe Last Chance, Clara Sutton, James Thomas, and Olivia were sold to the Aurora Mines Co., of Aurora, Illinois. Tbe nale was conducted by J. L. Wells, who bad a bond on It, aod J. W. Greer represented tbe purchasers. W. L Uradley will fcave charge of the prop erty, and expects to commence work nn It early In the new year. Tbe Last Chance Is one of tho oldest properties In tbe district, and bas bad a long career of Idleness. It was worked In tbe early eighties by Iiement, Mackey, Nesbitt Si Martin, who look out a K ri-iit deal of valuable ore, which was whipped to various smellers, much to Socorro and Pueblo, and some to lien on. Prices were high lo those days. It coit i -O a tou to get the ore smelted, the freight wa S2.U0, and labor was $1 per day. Tho mine could nuts: and these expense, ajid In 14 was shut down. The tillo of the property final ly fell Into the bands of Asa Iiement, one (if the pirtners, and on bis death passed to his son, who passes title to the Aurora company. For many years O. R. Smyth looked after the assess ment work, and about 1883 Hob Wil liams thought the assessment work had not been properly done, and Jumped It. Tbe matter was taken In to court, and Judge Henderson decided the work had been properly done. Some years later there was trouble about the assessment work, wbich then was In charge of Frank Rcno.Mr. Reraent thought that It was cheaper to patent the property than to be fighting Jumpers In tho court, and this was done In tbe early nineties. A year later a máncame In from Pyramid bragging about tbe good thing he had, and told bow be had Jumped the, Last Chance. Hewosrlch for a few hours, and then he was well guyed for relo cating a patented property. A year or so ogo Mr. Wells began Investigating the property, and was well pleased, after be had pumped it out. lie made a careful examination bo was con vinced that with modern treatment the property would be a valuable one, as freight and treatment of Its ore now on)ycosts 19. He recently drew the attention of Mr. Greer to tbe prop erty, aod the sale resulted. This section of the country was vis ited by some moredisagreeable weath er the first of the week. Monday af ternoon there was a sharp shower, which seemed to clear the air, and the weather then cleared up. No Opium In Chamberlain's Cong-lt Krmetly. There Is not tho least dancer In giv ing Cnamberlaiu's Cough Remedy to small children as It contains no opium or other harmful drug. It has an est ablished reputation of more than thirty years as tho most successful medicine In use for colds, croup arrd whooping cough. It always cures and Is pleasant to take. Children like It. Sold by all dealers in medicine. For Orer Slitr Year. A w Or n l xrr Wii,T.T..rTlMim Tí i"rimv 1 pa Winulnw'B Stnnt.WImp Sirpnn htltl ...... ... wjiuj; V . ..,,! . - .,!... I... lili UVCI PIAL VMIB UJ minions or roomers ior uieir cnuurcn while teething, with perfect success. Tt üu,tiAO Vwi )IIH ctl'tf.nu the iim allays all naln. cures wind colic, and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Is nliinuunr. tn tha tAGtn rlH v Ylrmr. tiinut in ever p.trb ui tots viuiiu, 'I' ... A.. . . 1 . . . 1 , . . .... 1 . . .. I . x wenuj-u i e ueiii n uutiic. in vuiui; is It, .a I In 1.1 n Its, cni-a nn.t a.ilr tr r W r.i Winslow's Soof.hini? Svriin. und take.no ... i t.i i OLUUT KIIIM. King of All Conch Medicine. Mr. E. G. Casc.a mall carrier of Can ton Center, Conn., who has been in tho U. S. Service for about sixteen years, says: "We have tried many cough medicines for croup, nut Chun herlaln's Cough Remedy Is king of all and one to be relied upon every time. We also And It the best remedy for cmjghs and colds, giving certain res ults and leaving no had after effects." For sale bv all dealers In medicine. menus tu your own Copper HAND BOOK. A pruntlrni lm.k i l in-nrlv ilioiiwinrl nnir- OA, uHtil to till nnrl T.fM'(.'iiirr to nmut men pnriiK a In any branch j Uic Coptr Industry. im Ta n wm nnn nmtfr w):h thn rnfno1 wicntint, niwl it innu-uttve I cnnily under st(il r.y the evfrv 1ny nmn. It in ti fn.( 'ti ÍH.nkK in nm, covprtn tho Hf tnry, I ", Tf-rml mtury. f l(nir rMphy. Owtlinrv, 1 h'tnifriy. MimMviovv, Mm:ilhiriry, t'inancv ii'l rtHt.-ticM nl CopMr. u ivc ifiepiittii ltH-ts m plum EnHltnh, without fr-nror tnvor. Cuinpumt H, uiHtl pxrt of tin; world, tei-rriji- ttonft riinninir imiu Imo nnn t twi-ivp puKB .itrtiitiir ! unmrTMnco or tun pr-rportr. Tlio l oppor H:tndlMKk oonwdiNl to le the W()HLDS8TANIAI) líKKKKKNCE ÍÍ(X)K ífivfi ti I in altout iiilmA. niiiiintr urn the mi'iMl. t ho invt'ruor need- t tie Ikmih for tho in cm it Kivf hl'n h hr nit M'ninir I nvt'ifm(nti nl ppor Mnt Ntirs. Htimtmm ox rwindlinir Coinpmiiof) urn vxpi-d in plain MiktHhIi. t'rioo r: in lluckrnni, with irtit tup: Wl wi hi full PIniry morocro. ill h Hour fully ppf'p;iM. on uppmvnl, to nny hHiIpmi ordt'n"), und may lo rottirtiod within a wok of ru t'npt It tKit tuuiid fully 8ut isfHutnry. HORACK 3. PTKVFNS. lo PwiTornrit 13 luck, HütOHTO, Mich. L 3. A. Y0U-0ATÍ EASILY OPERATE THIS TYPEWRITES YOUESELP Don't worry your corr -itoi)il'nt. Il...i' writ., him ......v ..... - , s -ja srrr t ., - ilownt-thHt lit ctin t f'ri r-A'-'A inllv r-Hl. f-. I'.':, 'i'li.,Vl..'.VX 1 Ait'l don't III! nut Wiil iMiiH-moreiii-.l moinoe or mHko out accounts or hotel liumlwritlnK. It look bad, rollocts on your'ítandlng-, mukos i eople th:nk you om't afford a Bteu- ofruilior, and boinntimuj amttiuouci. Von can wrlto out your letters make out an abstract till in uulnsurauoo policy enter your card momos niako out your acoount, ora hotel menu or do any kind of writing you need, on any kind, size or thioknes of paper, and paoe any way you want on kW OFFICE AUD CHEMICAL LACORATORY "William H. Stevens PRICKS : floM and Sliver. Mo Iron, 13.00 no 3.U0 (Vpjht, . . 7fKj Zinc, Lead, . . fi"c fllli-a. Tin, . . I'll) Bulphur Send 3 or 4 07.9. of ore. Po taa-e on. ore one cent pur ounce. Amalgamation Tout, of Free Milling Oro, IB. (10 1. 1 ..... .. ,-..1.1 nn.l Uil.Fn. Im. K Ittl t'iioper Uiac-hlnir Tet of Curuonuto, and oxiuizeu vopper uro, . . o.'"' For above test send BOozs. of oro for each tent. llnturn br next mall. Term : Tah with nnmplfM. Mine examined anil riMKirted upon. Annual aHesnment work attendt-a to l.OttUMIL ltli, H. ai. NGBafWQP! Nothing has ever equalled it. Nothing can ever surpass it. Or. King's ' I'ov; Oiscouery M A Perfect For All Throat and Cure : Lung Troubles. Money back If It fall. Trial Bottle free. Arisona & New Moiioo Railway Company Lorcbburg 4 Hacluta Eailway Company. TIME TA11LK NO. 27. To take effect Sunday, December 17th, VMb, at 12:01 A. N. Mountain Standard Time 105 Meridian Iir tho iroveriinent and information of employee;! only. Tho Company reserves tho rlRlit U vury from It at plemuro. TRAIN No. 1 HHUTII 1IIIU.VD PAii.r A M 7 Mil 8:1(1 8:17 1 8:Mf 9:'7 8:.'W l:W ll:U m:h i:na 1J:I1 Hl:'Jó in;:io i lo:r, f 10:S0 10 :M 11:11 V M II 11:45 12:110 Noom STATIONS tmvsl (Aiiiiivr WC'.. Clifton. .rt South Sldina- (Sp V....Guthrle...d Coronado 'Spur). i oi-k . . . ...Sheldon.. W C. Dunoan.. .d .... Thoirson. Summit... Veiteh ... L. & II. Jurction W C. LordRburg- d L. i II. Junction! ....Oil midline Hobort W....Hroekman.. llaker WC Y.llaulilla .d mihivk II.kavk THAIW I KOKTIt- B')i:ni DAti.r ft i.m 11.81 i':u:f 2 If H2 li- 40.V.IJ M .a I J i:n.48;t 611 (if 70.21 If 71 U'jf til.Ul'f r.M. 6:r0 X:'J J i:H I n:ni 5:IH 4:1 t:Vi 3:3! it-M ;l:0f) 3:(10 2Ai i 40 2::ió 2:60 (il no r S M Ptt. 14, f l:ló 10H.U1I M I'M. LlQREdCI ARIZ. THE A faTorite;reiort foi thone who are In faror oftho;freeoolnaire of t liver. Minera, Proa pectora, IUnohen and Stockmen. Music Every Night. cnoic and Clears. Of the mut popular brand. 8. HDTHKRFOHD ft CO. Moronci Arizona MEXICAN SALOON Fino "Wlues, Kentucky . "Whiskies, French Brandies and Im ported Cigars. Tpcv'ríicr THE STAND AED VISIBLE WEITEE Vou can write nny of thee tlilnu yourBclf If you do not happen to have Btcuoi?rapher. For you can easily learn, with a little prac tice, to write Jum nt rapidly, and an perfectly, aaan export operator ou the OLI V E U. Ho cuino tho OL1VF.H la the alinplitied type writer. Aud you rau 400 every word you wrlto. About 80 per cent more durable than any other tyjiewritcr. becauwo It baa about Kl per cent Im wearing polnta than moat other typewriters. 8U por cent eauer to wrile with than theae other complicated, lutrlrate machine that rMiilre "hutnorinK" technical knowl edge lona; practico and spooiat skill to op erate. Than machine which cannot be adjunted to any ouil space with which It I In. pos sible to write atist racts, lusurauee policies, or otld-slMH doouraent except you buy expen sive special attachment requiring experts to operate. Vou can adjust the OI.IVEH to any reason, able spuree ynu can writoon noy roH.onah!c BUc and thickness of paper, wrlto out to the vury edito, withnui p aid of any expensive attuchmrp-t or secial skill, and your work will be neat appearing, H-gibio aud clear. For the OI.IVEIt lathe tyic riter for tho doctor, tbe lawyer, the Insurance agent, the merchant, tho hotel pnipletor or nny nmn who docs his own writing. , Wrlto us now for our booklet on tho simpli fied features or the OI.IVKIt. ; The 0LIVEE Typewriter Co. Wabttth Ave. ft Mouroe tt., Chicago, Illiuole. Trains slop on lgual. Children undor 10 years of ago half prlco. 1W pounds baffiram free with each full tick et: 7ft pounds bairvairo fixKs wltli each half ticket. r.xccM baggage 1 ccut per iw pounas per uiile. PASKENOr.lt KATK3. Clifton to North Riding I .. " South Siding t " (luthrle 7 ' (ronalo ... 'l Sheldon ' 1.4fi ' litinonn l.ftfi " Thomson . i ü " ' Summit j- 3.1U ' Veiteh '. ... .- ' ' " Lord'hurg ,.. 4.91 Hubert 4.N " llrockmun a.w " " Maker .1S " " Huchitu .ó Jamkh Colquiiouk, President. Ai.kx. Vbitcb. Gro. A. WAOBTAr, 1st V. P. ft Gen'l Supt. Supcrlnteudont. E. E. BURLINGAME & CO., KMnhlUheflloColortdo.lfifiA. Sample írnl or snrrr. will receive iomp( mml cairiul ttltrtition Ecid & Silver Eulüün -:iTorú Ccn:sp.ír2t!cfi Tesis-100 ZfZiZZHf l76-:73fl Lawrence St., Denver. Colo VOTirR ron puhucatiox-land ll (itlu'o at IiHH CrutíH, N. M. Oct. SI, l;nTr. Nntlt'iH tifrtihy irlvrn thut tho followtiiH--niuucd BfttliT lias rt imtl6 of hi lutentiou U uiHke (liml tnn( 1m Htipport or his cluiin, uml tlitit 6ah1 proof II to mudo lelutj Ihm: H. Knl.le, V S. Court l'omintthiint)r nt li In Ho numuw the follnwlntf wltixwHt'S to pmvu bin coiitiiiiioim rt(.ifMice upo;i Hnd ciililvtt tnui of. üiiid land, viz; 11. II. Ownhv. of LordM- M.,J'dm W. JdinHu. of Ioidobuiif. S . M I. A. WimmI, of irdhlnirfr, N, M. Any nrmin who dunirt' to unit out BiTHiiiHt thu all(twHiio of Hoch proof, or w ho knows of any HiiiMiHoiini i-t-aroii, tindor th law and tlu r u uUthonn of tho luti rior Iirnrim)'iiu why sm-h pnw.f rthould not bo ullowod, will ho Riven nit iioruim(y nt tho uiMtvo mrntionrd litno Hint plm to crohH exrinitiifl tho wit t-HHf of tmid clitliiiMtit, and to otfor evidfiioo iu re- buttiil ul thut iuuiu!tU'd ly ciHlrnmil. Morenol Arizona AL OooJ whUViei, brandies, wídci and fine 'Havana Cicar. Spanish Opera each night by a troupe of Trained Coyote. Moronci Arizona DETROIT ALOO The r'UTorite of Morencl, Arizona. Double Stamp Whlskios California Wine, Warranted Puro Grape Juice Foreign and DomMtic Cigars A Quiot Resort Dally and Weekly Papers Always on baid, if the mails don't fa) K. DAVIS, Propr.etor 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 W.L.D S3 1 ;'V Í..7 5 M & 57 1 3 TH E BEST. WÍ I'kjJSi TIT FOR A KINS. cordovan; r.?ENCH.LNAXU.C0CALF. 3.BPP0!ICE,3SOLE3. tXTBA fine- fi2.l.15B3YS'SCIi0fllSi!0EJ m írur rnp r.Ti nciir '-' i'w'l-'I;clJtií--'?-Sl' Over Ona Hiillon People wear the W. U Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes All our shoes aro equally atZsfactcr They pive tho bent v-luo for th cioncv. The price are unilorm,--stamped on ol& Thtv euual custom flliocs !tl itvlo snd fit Their wearing qunlkie ore unsurpsssed. íí yom dealer caiiaot supply you we a. SoídÜC dealer, WDoe naintj win anofiiy ftppeax ho re Atfvux wtiutea. Apply m ouctj.i COUNCIL ROOMS Choioe WiDti. Liquor aud Havana Cigar Operatic and other musical selection ren dered each nig-nt for the entertain moot of patron. Dally and weekly newspaper and othorperi odlcalson Ole, Por full particu arcallon Hugh Mullen - Prop CLIFTON . ARIZONA X -jr most eoretul farmor y h and gardener oyer jrw hero s' piave couiluenre Iu rorry a J Deeds the kind that never fall. nor K y 4 y a b&vo been tbuHtundard for49 yeftri. r A urn y ui o luiv bold by ull (tuul 1 a Auiiual -.? V Xw D. M. FERRY itundardfor49yeftri. i un xirrtnvuu fur thutitujg. a i :CRRY4C0., rnit. ftklrh. a For Nearly Two Years K Ji Unable to Lay in Bed .. In my capacity drot. Jn BufTalo, N. Y., I fll to indze of tho merits of mauy üiiiereni reraeuis. i '. " "C ?ct who . como into my store for medidnos, Mid most of. them tell me how they re gettinKftlong. Jf ail the hun dreds of preparations which I sell, not a single one begins to give as much satisfaction as Acker's Eng lish Remedy for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, 1'lcunsy ana Consumption. I sell It on a cis tinet cnaranteo that it will cure, or the purchaser's money will be returned. This is aporfoctly safa guarantee, becauso tho remedy tines cure. Nobody wants his money returned. Its cures aro nothing short of marvelous. Take the case of Mr. A. H. Gilbert, for in.itauce. lie lives at No. 5 Carey street, Buffalo, N. Y. For more than three years he hr-d a bad case of asthma, and had been un able to lia down in bed for nearly two years. He came to my stora ona risked me wnatxo cio. isaiu: ' Tako Acker a English Keniedy.' He said ho had tried other reme dies and didn't think this would i.oir. Vim Wo!- hi thinks differ. ently now. Threo bottles fixed his asthma all ripht He could sleep and eat after taking them, as well as when a boy. He wa3 cured several months ago, and is weU yet, so I am certain hi3 trouble is gone for good. You can write to Mr. Gilbert himself, if you doubt m- word. He will go further than me in prais ing Acker's English Remedy." (Signed) S. B. Thorne, druggist, Buffalo, K.Y. Sold at S5C, 50c and ft a bottle, throughout the United States and Canada; and in England, at is. 2d zs. 3d., a M. If you ore not satisfied after buying, return the bottle to your druggist, and get your money back. H'i aultMriu the above gwimnice. V. U. U00KEB it CO., Froyrtclort, 1 or. ; SBaBQVaBRsai ll'llll ayjvaaKH bJb. bum asai BsdsUBsasl IDEAL ROUTE TIME Eaatbound 8:58 A. M. 12:24 rf.P. W I 1 aniirrt J TIME Westbound 12:44 P. V.. 7:00 P. M.' Tbe Roue Has Tub 11 Solid Yestibuled Pullman Palace Observation Sleeping & Dining Cars Between All Principal Points, EAST & WEST. OIL BURNING LOCOMOTIVES ILTo Smclre - ItTo IDvist - 3STo Cinders 'nnmnnnr unTimn' 11 lllo upu HlHUUff IlUUil. FOB FURTHER INFORMATION, PULLMAN RESERVATIONS, CALL UPON OR ADDRESS E. G. Humphrey, Division Freight & Passenger Agent TUCSON, ARIZONA. E.W. Clapp, Agent, L0RD8BUEG, FEW MEXICO- s THE JOY OF LIVING CAJf El FULLT BEAXJZBD WBKX TOO ENJOY GOOD HEALTH l . . .... ."3aec- 1 r The Popular Liver Hedicine Will Keep You WeU ' A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by TOR PID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill .your system with Arsenic, Calomel and Quinine. They act as rank poisons which vitiate the blood, debilitate the system, and leave a trail of bad symptoms which require years to obliterate. HERB 1NE is purely vegetable and contains no mineral or narcotic poisons, is absolutely harmless and is the simple remedy of nature. It carries off all poison in the system and leaves no injurious effects. CURED BY IIERBINE AFTER 0TIIES REMEDIES FAILED Ms. I. A. Hick, Iredell, Tesas, eayst " I wi' IcV in bed for eight months with liver trouble, the doctor seemed to do me no good. I was told to try Her bine, and it enred me In a short time. 1 cannot recommend this wonderful medicine too highly." TAKE IT NOW I LARGE EOTTLE. 50c GET TB2 GENUINE Ballard Snov Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS. V. 8. A. I t Eagle Drug Mercantile Company \n\n Klttrtll, at Socorro; II. II. Reus, at OS COPPFH. Tim Miliar noM tho Ixxik for tí. o fiW It Unit l..k.- him tlln. S, --r- . iJ to umku oul-thut -J?;'"-V '.?3 may h-ttvo him in Vll. ;'. ''? i..'3 "WJ.nea Llanera flnoFino. Whleklci de Kontuoky Cogna FranceyPurnj Importado. . HOEIK ALTARES, nlhfuiit isonlt luirtf, N. M.,in lMccinlier 22 V.ki't, vl.: .iohn H. Kvrr fur the N lí NWV: Ht-c, M. 8 , SWi.: Bro. T. VI H. It 1 W., N. M. P. M, burtt, S, M..T, h. i.lHdm-y, of J.onihhurtf, N. 8ARTORIS CARRASCO, Pro a.