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t,iTritnr g PL'liUslIKn FKIDAYS. Ily ItONl II. KKU7IK. Subscription Price. Tare Months II 00 Blx Montht I1Í OnaVnar I 00 Hutiscrlptlon Alwara Parablcm Advance. Tim conference committees on the statehood lili1 are Retting Itloto shape, and tho Indications are that tbey will atiree una bill providing for the Bd-ml-wion of Oklahoma and Indian Ter ritory as one slate, and Arizona and New Mexico, as one state, with the provision that the question shill be Hiil.mltted to the voters of the ter ritories, and will have to receive a ma jority of the votes cast In each ter ritory beforo tbey are admitted. Tiik election In Santa Fe Tuesday Indicates that the Eagle Is as Influen tial In politics In Santa Fe as It was In Grant county. The campaign was a short one, and the democratic ticket, headed by Thomas U. Catron, support ed by the Eagle, was elected by a large majority. Editor Loomls bus for tuauy years been a great admirer of Mr. Ca tron, and this Is the first time he ever bad a chance to support a ticket which contained the name of Catron, and he made a great Cght for his friend, and won out, to blsgreat delight. TriK Mining Reporter, published at Tres Piedras, up In Taos county, pub lished a glowing account of what the mines were doing at that place, and all tho mines mentioned In Its account are located a few miles south of Lords burg. As a mlnlog paper the Report er claims to be great thing, and If Its readers take any stock In Its reports tbey will soon Imagine that all the mlDlug done In the territory Is done In the neighborhood of Tres Piedras, a place where there Is practically but little, If any, mining done. The Re porter should brace up and be honest. The LniKiiAL does not object to hav ing the Reporter swipe most of lw mining news from Its columus, but It does object to having it locate Grant county mines in Taos county. Tub removal of Assessor Anastaclo Gonzales of Santa Fe County for Inefll ciency and incompetency, should be a warning to officials of that class In the Sunshine Territory. There are two or three assessors who may be brought Into the calcium light of public opln Ion for dereliction of duty If they do not mend their ways. This hint ought to he sufficient. Kcw Mexican. The fate of Assessor Gonzales worries none of the other assessors of the Sunshine territory. After they make tho assess ment they are now busy on they will go out of office anyway. The court cannot And fault with the assessment until It Is made, and after it is made the court cannot take away their com missions for making it, and so they consider themselves safe, and laugh at the law that requires them to visit every precinct and interview all the property holders. It Is a peculiar, but quite human exhibition of carelessness that has re cently been exhibited in Clifton. A year or so ago the town went wild be- caue a Dumber of children were brought In and turned over to bos pltable people who bad agreed to raise and care for them, but who, the Chf tonlans thought, were not fitted to properly raise children. The children were, taken from the people who had agreed to care for them, by force, and . were put in the charge of people who cared for them, and expeoded tboa sands of dollars to prevent the asylum authorities from getting possession of them. Since then a mother died In Clifton, leaving two helpless children to the care of a father who spcot most of bis time In a saloon. Another Clif ton mother did not die, but it would probably have been better for her children if she had, for she spent ber time In tbo saloons and slums of the town, taking ber little children with ber. bid the good people of Clifton hold mass meetings, flourish revolvers, bring out tbe tar buckets, the feath ers, and tbe ropes, and hunt for a place to hang the people interested In these children? Not that It has been made public, but the children were forlun ate In that a man In California beard of tbe situation, came on, took the children, under the laws of the terrl tory, and will put them la families where they will be well cared for, and made good citizens. Jltnmlo Squire', manner of the United States fi Mexico Development cotupnny, which is the owner of tbe Gran I lo Gap mines, was In the city Monday, and told the LuiKitAi. more about the great strike the company has made on the COO foot level, notice of which was mado last week. These mines have for years been large pro ducers, the lend has been continuous, but at times It has narrowed down to but little more than a streak, and then has broadened out so that carloads could be taken out Id a short time. Wise men, who are able to see further Into the ground than a pick will strike, have maintained that sometime an enormously large body of ore would be encountered, and Mr. Squires thinks the expected body Is now opened up. It I more than four feet between tbe walls, the entire Taco being shipping ore. An analysis of it shows that It carries 40 per cent lead, 15 iron, 20 limo, 4 coppcr.ú silica, with 22 ounces of silver and $2 worth of gold. This is the first timo either copper or gold has been found In the ore from this mine, and Mr. Squires Is wondering If there Is to be a material changa In tho char acter of the ore with greater depth. In the meantime sinking will be con tinued, and by the time the 700 foot level is reached more will be known about the character of this strike. Mr. Squires has found It necessary to put on a force of men to clear waste out of the mine, that had been left there by the previous management. When this is accomplished tbe ore can be taken out more cheaply. Last Sunday morning thirsty In dividuals walking up the street found a sign on tbe front door of the Gem saloon reading "go to tbe back door." It was conceded that If any one would take chances with the Sunday law it would be Martllardlo, who is one of the best posted ams.tuer lawyers In the county, and no one surprised to see the sign. A procession of men so dry that they were spitting cotton, walked around tbe block, and they had to go clear around to get to bis back door, and there they found tbe sin, reading In box car letters "April Fool," and then tbey remembered that par ticular Sunday was the first day of April. Caught Cold While Hunting; a Burglar. Mr. Wru. Thos. Lanogran, provincial Constable at Chaplcau, Ontario, says: "I caught a severe cold while hunting a burglar in the forestswamp last fall, Hearing of Chamberlain's Cough Keni edy, I tried it, and after using two small buttles, I was completely cured." This remedy Is Intended especially I'or coughs and colds. It will loosen aud relieve a severe cold in less lime than any other treatment and is a favorite wherever its superior excellence bus become known. For sale by an deal ers in medicine. -TI IE- Yon are In a O ad Fls But we will cure yon if you will pay us. Men who are Weak, Neivousand debili tated mtiering front Nervous Debility. Seminal weakness, and all the e fleets of early evil hubiU, or luter indiscretions, which lead to Premature Decay, consump tion or instamty, should send for and read the "book of life," nivi.itf particular for d home cure. Sent (sealed) free, by ad reusing Dr. Parker's Medical nd urgí cal nntito. 151 North Sprnce St., Nash ville, l'nn. lhey guarantee a cure or no pay. TbeSanday Morning. Itheumatlsin Hakes Life Miserable. A bappy borne Is tbe most valuable possession that is within the reach of mankind, but you cannot enjoy Its comforts If you are buffering from rhe umatism. You throw aside business cares when you enter your borne and you can be relieved from thos rheu matic pains also by applying Chamber lain's Pain lfalni. One application will give you relief and It continued use for a abort time will bring about a permanent cure. For sale by all deal ers in medicine. Copper 1MB BOOK. A practical book of ncarlf a Ihnn.fttvl pnir i. unci ul ki all ami nHiiarr tn innt men niraireti in any brancli or llio Oppvr Indus try. It. facU will nans muster with th trained scli'iitiitt, ami It iHiiiriiHire is easily undor sM.nl by tito evuryilHV limn. it is a dozen ikmirh in oim, onvprlno the His tory. lTiMfl.Trmliiiltirv- (liMtirmnlir. Ilimlnirv. Chemistry, Mlimralniry, Mutullurgy, r'lnanws BlllI CilllilKMI'B HI I lMr. i inven i mi pian, mots In plain Kng-inn, ithout luar or tavur. It llu Mini (luncritx S.aia cornier mines and compnnlra. In all part or the world, dewrlp tlons rmininir from two lines to twelve pages, acminlliltf to linnortKiico of the property. i us dipper itanniMMiK is ooncixicil to tie ine WOHliD'8 STAN DA HI) HRFKliKNCB HOOK ON COPPBH. The Miner needs the book for the facta It plves ti I tit ulMitit mine, mhiititr and the metal. Tho Investor need" tho book for tho fact It Riven hlin alHiut Minina; Iiivoatinents and t'opimr HintlHtlns. Hundreds of wlnillliig Companies aro exposed ill plain Knirllsli. rriiio is so ni iiuoartim, witn gm top; v.. no In full library niorooeo. Will lie sent fully prepaid, on approval, lo any adilren ordiTiif. mid may ho returned within a week of re uuipt It not foitud fully satisfactory, HORACK J. PTKVENS. 11 PosTnrrir.it Iilock, Houoiiton, Mich. V, S. A. Work on the new union depot Is pro gressing well, tbe men are now en gaged In putting In tbe foundation. A great deal of dirt has been moved to make room for It. To get rid of Ibis dirt tbe railroad company bas not used a wagon, but runs a flat car up to the dirt pile. The Mexicans shovel tbe dirt on tbe car, and the switch en gine hauls It to a convenient place where it I dumped. Tbe new crossing opposite tbe Liiieral ofllce Is now In shape, and is said by teamsters to be an easier crossing tbaa tbe old coo. urn VVtaiCAB , Pure & Mellow Rich & Delicate FOR SALE BY J- S' cStorm, W. B.WALTON. Attorney at Law, Silver City, New Mexico. WILL MA KB HEOULAU VISITS TO Lurdaburg, N. U. ASSAY OFFICE AND CHEMICAL LABORATORY O F William H. Stevens prtlCKí t , Oold and Sllvor, Coppor, . Lean, . Tin. ROC tauo Iron, , Zinc. Milpa, . Sulphur WOO aim 2 Ki 3.UU Pos tuff o on oro one Amnliramntinn Test of Free Mllllm Oro. V0n Cyanide Test of (iold and Silver Ore, 6. IX) Conner IjCiichintr 'JVst of Carbonate, ana OxiillKed Copper Ore, . . A. 00 For above toata send GO ozs. of oro for each test. Hotiirns by next mall. Terms : Cash with samples. Mlno examined and reported upon. Auuual aspeRHinent work atti: tided to LUKUSIIUKU, N. M-t IILLtksCOUQH g ano CURE the LUNC8B WITH 3 DrJíiñg' llm Discovery I THROAT I Li: warn 0NSUMPT10N - Price OUGHSand "EOe&SI.OO OLDS Free Trial. Barest end Quickest Curs for all and LUIia TB.0UB- 3, or MONEY BACK. Arizona & Hew AfexiooRailway Company Lordsburg a Hachita Railway Oompany, TIME TABLE NO. 27. To take effect Sunday.Deceuiber 17th, ISWj, at J:Ul A. M. Mountain Standard Time 105 Meridian For tho iio.crmcnt and Information of employees only . Tho Company reserves ' right to vary from It at pluaiuro TRAIN No.l HOÜTH BOUND liAii.r A M 7:ll 8:10 H:1T I S:23f S:-J7 H::is H:V :U :M tt:AS 10:11 lii:2 10::sji lti:4 f HhfiO IU:M 11.11 PM 11 : 11:40 12:11 Noon STATIONS r.KAVK) (AHH1VK W C... Clifton. .a Mouth Biding S W. .. .Guthrie.. .d Coronado frpur) York Sheldon.... WC..Dunoan...d .... Thomson. Summit.,. Volteo... L. H. J ll not ion W C. Lordsburg d L. & H. Junction ....Oil SldlllK.. lluburt. . . 3 ? TRAIN I south. POUND DAILY U n.anj ín.íi n.:i Z4.t' 3.:H 411.4' m.2i (1.4" SU.04 70.S1 n is 81.01 P.M. 5:MI f h:M jft:14 s l n:Ol) f 6:04 f 4:M f 4:;l 4:IJ t a-.w f :: f H:M t 3:116 jUM) sii:4n r :40 f í::lñ f 11:60 W....nrockmon.. Bl.lW'f t-M linker I lie. 14 f 1:4 WC Y.ll.ichlla..il, luc.nl l:.'l AHlllVKl (I,kavk P.M. TIIE A fayorltotresort fot those who arelo faror of tho;freeoolnage of silver. Miners, Pros pectors. Hanohors and Stockmen. Music Every Night. cnoit-1 "Winea XjIci viors and. CI jar a. Of t bo mist popular brands. S. KUTHEUFORD A CO. Moreno! ., Arlon Trains stop on signal. Children undor 10 yours of age half prloe. IiiO pounds baginure free with each full tick et; Vn pound halago frtio with each half tluket. Kxuuss bagtfutfo 1 euut por 100 pouuds pur tullo. PASflRMORR RATES. Clifton to North Siding I ..10 " " South Riding 4 ' Outhriii 70 " Coronuilo Sheldon 1.41 1) vi noun l.Mft ' " Thomson . Í.4A " Suiniiiit 8. 10 " " Veltch S W " Irfirdslturg 4 x0 Hubert 4.KR " HriM'kmiin SMI Haker H.lft " " HachlUk .&& Jamks CoLguiiotiN, President. Ai.rx. Víitch. Geo. A. WAosTArr, 1st V. P. & Ocn'l SupU Superintendent. LIOHEÍICI ARIZ, MEXICAN SALOON Fino Wines, Kentucky Whiskies, French Brandies and Im ported Cigars. Vino Pino, Whiskies de Kentucky Cogna Frances yPuroa Importado. WORTK ALVARES, DON: H. KEDZIE MOTA II Y 1'UIILIC AMD CONVEYAHCEE. Cnlol StuUts Court Cnimtrilotinr mi- thorizoiJ totruitmiut I.him1 Mliuo busmuas. C. E. BURLINGAMJB & CO., ASSAY OFRCE-arv Itstabllshed In Calorsdo.ISúA. Pmp1íby mH o rpirsswillrecítviptoinllanJ caiWul ílltulien Gold i Silver Bullios- JllcHr.VSV" Ccncsntrsllca Tests 100 Vti?:zru.l l7J8-i7 5a twree St., Ucvr, Colo. Moreno! Arizona SALOON Good whiskies, brandies, wines and fine Havana Cigars, 8panlsh Opera each night by a troupe of Trained Coyotes. Morcncl Arizona DETROIT SALOON The Favorito of Morcncl, Arizona. Double Stamp Whiskies California Wines, Warranted Puro Grape Juloo Foreign and Domestic Cigars A Quiet Resort Dally and Weekly Papers Always on hand. If tho mails don't ful 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 tho Arizona copper com pacy's store. H. LEMON, (Lato of London, England) CLIFTON ARIZONA W.L. Douglas Vf C JI iVCa riT roa akikq. ??S. CORDOVAN, , .. V rRCNCHáiLNAMUiXOCJU. ?4.3.SJ Fine CaiiKancarm 3.5ÍP0UCE.3 SOLES. fi2.l75E3YS'SK3flLSKCO LADIH9 viiW-'iiWOl. -S OES I " V. !j 4 W- L. n O U G, 1 Ad Over One Million People wear tho W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes ASI our hoes are equally atlsfactory Thajr gv the beat value fnr the money. ' Thay equal cuatom Shoes In style and fit. Their wearing quantise are unsurpassed. The prlcea are uniform, -atampd on sole. il your düki cüútot supply you we cm. SoklbC dealer, wnoee name win anottiy appear tiore AK"ul wauteu. Apply al oucu.a COUNCIL ROOMS Choice Wines, Liquors and Havana Cigars Operatic aud othor musloal selections ren dered each nlgnt for the entertaiu1 ment of patrons. Daily and weekly newspapers and other perl' odlcalsoD file. For full partlou ar al Ion J Hugh Mullen - Prop CLliTON ARIZONA i r ' j J 'if rm t tft. Mtk nor ri6 of onantlty and oiikJiiy. Vh.n your fuiiier iiiuui! errv a. tht-v wni ttif tai un Ilia market, but trwy bTu tvn tuiprov- In vef un--. U fti ixiMUia lu tilUMl. frtl tO MaMli:1uftZlU. D. M. FERRY CO., OtUolt, Mich. ler HissbarscS 9 s . - -.t . ,l,1r. ; if. P.nnrlman P.lor.k. Trov. N. f I SnttoUU toJ'fflS I .m Ih'aTm, wlf Í. heaith ha. been r'estored f LlI Ye.XS-c.KM cold, which .ettled in her bra. chial tube and lungs. &e cer tainly had bronchitis, and I think consumption, too, and we de paired of her life. Sho had a tightness aud soreness in the chest, and it was oillicult ior ner . . .lriinc tobreatlie. -I'liero wem ""s. j sharp, dull and heavy pains, with . - - .t,ir,ff onrl ovnectorat- - t-U 11 Lit 1J U LUllfjlUUft " i injr. Each (lay sho was worse than the day beíore. 1 was su Acker's Enelish Rem edy, and did so, but my wife only shook her head ana sain: dollar thrown away.' She took the Remedy, however, aid said the effect was magicn!. In Ic-rs thnn an hour th.cre was ix remark able chango. She got better at once, and in ft sliorl tune sue was entirely well and strong ngnin. The enre was permanent and there has beoa no relapse. I don't know what Acki-r'a English Remedy is made of, but I ra sure it contains something that fortifies the system against future attacks. My wife is in better general health now tlian ever, and you can't imagine hovr happy she is for her recovery. She tells everybody about Acker's English Rem edy and so do I. for I believe it to bo our duty to the public to help every uf l erer who has throat and lung troubles. My neighbors say it is a sure apcciho. for croup, and has stved tho lives tf hundreds of litUe ones around in th; vicinity alone." ' Sold atase, soc. and i a bottle, throughout the United States and Carada;, and in England, at is. ad., as. 3d., 4 6d. If you are not satisfied after buying. return the bottle to your druggist, and get your money back. B'ouyrfcííAaJotieffuaronc, W. a UOOKSS CO Profridan, Ae IV. , je I TIME Eaatbound 8:58 A. M. 12:24 rf.P. r nTT'r i I f tunscr 1 r WOUTtS i , 1 TIME Westbound 12:44 P. M. 7:00 P. M. TO ALL MAIN LINE POINTS IN Arizona, California. VIA SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES Daily, February 15 to April 7, 1906 FiíüM SIOUX CITY 27 GO COUNCIL li LUFFS 20 no ST. JOSKPH 2,1.00 KANSAS CITY 2.10) LKAVKNWOHTH 2.1 GO DENVKH 100 IIOUS'I ON 2.1. IM) ST. LOUIS ;1U.(H) MOW ORLEANS .'0.00 PEOMA 31.00 MEMPHIS 31 .1 P.LOOMlNliTON 32 00 ST. PAUL 32 IK) ClllCAliO 3300 NEW YOHK &Ü.00 The cost of a ticket cho be deposited at once with any Southern 1'ncltlc Ayent, and the ticket will be furn ished to tbo passengers in tbe East, while these low rates are in effect. Stopcvera allowed at all points In California, except Los AnpelfR and San Francisco, aud at a certain intermediate Marions iu Arizona and Nevada, up TO APHIL22. liMMl. E. Gr. Humphrey, Division Freight & Passenger Agent TUCSON, ARIZONA. J. T. Mahoney, Agent, LOEDSBUEQ. NEW MEXICO- A SURE CURE il FOB FnEtTMATISrf.CCTlvSPRATWS, WOUNDS, OLD S0HES.X0Hfi5.BUN. ID MUSCLES, LAMB BACK, STIFF JOINTS, F0STD l tT, tURKS, SCALDS, ETC AN 'ANTISEPTIC that stopt Irritation. eubduM Inflanj mation and drives out Pain. PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tisauas, pro motes a ret circulation of the Blood, giving the Muscles natural elasticity." CURED OF PARALYSIS W. 8. Bailey, P. O. True, Texas, writes: "My rife hsd been suffering five years with paralysis ia ber arm, when I was persuaded to usa Ballard's Baow Liniment, which effected s complete cure. I have also used it for old sores, ixost bites and ski eruptions. It docs tho work." LINIMENT ON EARTH . ONCB TRIED, ALWAYS USED BtfUsE ALL BUB3IIIUIC3 THREE SIZES: 25c. 50o end SI. CO BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO. ST. LOUIS, U. &. A. I BEST i in is eOLO AfJO KCOMrNDtU BY Eagle Drug Mercantile Company \n\n iw.,wM fmmmxaa .t'.t;? Henri 3 or 4 oza. of oro. cent por ounco. 8ARTORIS CARRASCO, Pro S.