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f.iiriUlMir T New Mexico I'UHMSIIKI) riUDAYS. Iljr ItUK: II. KKD7IK. Subscription Prices. Three Months II 00 Six Months 1 75 One Vcur 8 00 Subscription Always T'a vat, loin Advance. The lungers' friends at Silver City have Kt their Kraft hooks into Andy Carnanlc's pockets, and he has prom ised to put up i.",000 to help build tent, rottniics at the Sanitarium, providing in much more Is raicd for the same purpose. It Is said the other five In nearly raised. Tiik president has appointed If. S TUiilty as a JiuVe of the United Sutes court In I'orto Men, tu which olllce is attached a salary of J.I.OOO per year, Mr. Hodey'H numerous friends In the territory will be pleased to know that be has received such a jrond appoint ment, and his numerous enemies In the territory will be crcaily pleased to know that be will be In Porto liico when the Dcxt nominating convention is held. As was expected, when the Santa F Eatfle was started, Judne Loom is has been telling tales in It that (h) not sound good. He claims to bavcdls covered that the public printer (James G. McNary, of L is Vcifas, Is the pub lic printer) received $2,(1.37 on March 20, l'ja"), from the territorial treasury, for printing the Governor's message In the Spauish language, and claims that, the books were not turned over to the territorial authorities until about a year later. Does not the printer of Eagle request his patrons to pay subscription accounts for a year in advance, and should not the public printer enjoy the same privilege? Tiik matter of Inspecting coal oil In this territory is bting reduced to a business basis, and it Is probable that the oil will be Inspected in the future. The territory has been divided Into Inspection districts, and a deputy pp pointed for each district. These dis tricts are small enough bo that the deputy Inspector can get around and inspect tBe oil in his district before it Is all usctd up. Elaborato rules for the guidance of the inspectors have been adopted, and the probabilities are that the law will no longer be a farce. The deputy inspector for this district, which consists of Grant and Luna counties, Is II. II. ISetts, of Sil ver City. For some years Mr. lictts has been promising his friends to visit Lord.iburg, and It Is probable that as coon as the Continental oil company gts In a new carload of oil he will make the promise good. Tiik territorial auditor, in com pliancc wiib the law, has fixed the levy the taxpayers will have to pay for territorial purposes on the next tax roll, The levy Is fourteen mills on the dollar, a mill less than It was last year. Of this amount six mills is for territorial purposes, five and one half mills for territorial institutions and the other two and one-half mills are fijr various purposes, such as sinking funds, mounted police, and Camino Ileal fund. The taxpayers arc thank ful for this small reduction, and many of them appreciate that if there was not so much duplicate work done by the various educational Institutions there could be a farther and heavier reduction, but the legislature only could juake these further reductions, 1'oi.itics are getting to be Interest- login iome of the New Mexico coun ties. Over In Eddy, where there are supposed to be no voters except Texas democrats, there Is a hot time over the democratic primaries.whlch select the democratic nominees. The re publicans have also cerne to life, and promise to put a ticket io the field this fall, and claim they will elect their ticket. Strange things have happened In New Mexico politics, but no stranger thing could happen than the election of a bunch cf republican officers Id Eddy county. In Luna county the democratic aspirants for various offices are announcing their asplratioos in the papers. In Grant eounty do one has, as yet, admitted be wanted to be a candidate for a county fifties on either ticket, although it is probable that some persons will come to the front later in the season. Last Monday morning Carl Scburz died at Lis borne in New York. He was one of thd remarkable citizens of the country, lie was born in Ger many, and as a youth was mixed up to a revolution, and bad to skip out After spending a few years in England and France be came to this country, and soon was mixed up In politics here. Ills abilty to mix lo politics and bis ambition to save the country were bis strongeit characteristics. He was appointed minister to Spain, but re signed and came buck to Join tbe army and bave the country lo the early six ties. Since I ben bis lon a ml busy life bus been devoted to editing pap ers, holding riflico and nd vising the people bow to conduct the affairs of government. Hobert F. I'itz, of Elgin, Illinois, who came out here last week to look after the interests of the Aurora Mines company, put in a gond deal of lime investigating Its affairs, and finally settled up all accounts, paying off nil labor accounts and small bills rung luff arrnngenients for the paying of other bills as they may become due. Mr. Fltzhas Investigated the affairs of the company, experted the mine, and studied the situation thoroughly, and left Wednesday for Elgin, where he will make his report to the com pany. His report will advise sinking the shaft for at least two hundred feet farther, and thoroughly Investigating and developing property. In all prob ability his advice will be accepted, and work will be resumed on the property in the near future. While here Mr. Fit 7. had the company, which h Incor porated In Arizona, registered in New Mexico, and appt-lntcd I). II. Kcdzle, as local agent, on whom all legal pap ers may be served. A Silver City girl had troubles In plenty at El l'aso this week. Mis, Addie Fritter went down to El Paso, and Monday evening was married to J. K. Sullivan. Tuesday morning Sul livan was arrested on the complaint of E. WelohartjWho works for the bride's mother, on the charge of perjury. When Sullivan went after the mar riage license he swore the girl was eighteen years old, and Welnhart said she was but sixteen. Sullivan, who is a motor man cn the street railroad, was locked up. Ills bride was a strang er in El Paso, and 60 Tuesday right she went to the jail, and the jailor let her stay with her husband. Wednesday Weiuhart withdrew his complaint,and the couple are now happy. Not If an Rich as Rockefeller. If you had all tbe wealth of Ilocke feller, the Standard Oil magnate, you could not buy a better medicine for bowel complaints than a Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea lleinedy. the most eminent physiciao can not prescribe a better preparation for colic and diarrhoea, both for children and adults. The uniform success of this remedy has shown it to be superior to all others. It never fails, and when reduced with water and sweetened, is pleasant to take. Every family should be supplied with it. Suld by all deal ers iu medicine. You are In a Had KU But we will euro you -if you will pay ns. Men who are Weak, Neivousumi debili tated sulloring from Nervous Debility. Seminul weakness, and all the effects of early evil habits, or Inter indiscretions, which lead to l'remuture Decay, consump tion or instanity, should send for and read the "book of life," givi.ig particulars for il honisonre. Sent (sealed) free, by ad resninc Dr. PnrkPr's Medical nnd surgi cal institn, 151 North Sprnce St., Nash ville, Tenn. They guarantee a cure or no pay. TbeSunday Morning. It Is rii7oroti4 to Neglect a Coal. How often do we here it remarked: "It's only a cold," and a few days later learn that the man is on bis back with pneumonia. This is of such common occurrence that a cold, however slight, should nor, be disregarded. Chamber lain's Cough Kemedy counteracts auy tendency of a cold to result In pneu monia, and has gained its great pop ularity and extensive sale by its prompt cures of this most common ailment. It always cures Hnd Is pleas am to take. For sale by all dealers in medicine. ara Puro& Mellow Rich & Delicate FOR SALE UY J- S' cSlonm, THE W. B.WALTDN. Attorney at Law, Silver City, New Mexico. WILL MA K K KKOI LAB VISITS TO Lurd.burg, N. M. Copper 1AHD BOOK. A prHPticnl bonk of nt-nrly n tnnii'nnrl pair as. uilul iohMhihI iKvi-M-inry to moM men i'mmiffd In Ruy hranub ol Ihti Conner Imliis trv. Its filets will puss miistnr with tti trained srli-ntlsr, nn, I IM Innirimirn Is c.lsllv iiniliT ,mI i,y I'tie evcry-iliiy until. It is it noon hooks in ono, roverlnir tbe His tory. I ', Triiilnolniry, ticoirraphy. f'o-oloiry. ( hcinlstrr. MlneiHiou-v, .Meinlluriry. Finances Hi" I Statistics ol t iippiT. It trives thuplnlii iuia in lln English, without r, nr or Iny.ir. It lists mid ileai-rilH-s 3,stf copper mines nml compiinlca. In h 1 1 nrt of the world, 1,-scrln-t:ons riinnlnv from two lines to twelve imgv. ae.-oriliilii io ImoortHniT of the property. The CopiMT llHinltiook Is eoneeile.i tn'be the WOKLD-H STANDARD liF.I'EKF.NCE HOOK ON COPPKK. Th Miner noe l the book tor the fnets It irtves him Hlxnit mines, mittliiir ami the metiil. The Inventor neiiH the licok for the fuels it ,lves him iilK.iit .Mitimir Investments nnd "'opler HlHti'lles. Hiimireils of Swindling l otnpnnies nn-exposed In pinin Knirllsh. t'rieu is A In 11,11-kriini, with (tüt top; 7 Ml In full library moroeeo. Will lie sent riilly preiiüi.l. on HppmvHl. to nv s,,lp--, orden-i, unci limy he returned within h week of re ceipt il not ronnvl fully sutistnetory. HOH.U'H .1. HTK VKNS. Hill ViisTiirrter lluoi'K, IlouuiiTun, Mich. V, S. A. ASSAY CFFICE ABD CHEMICAL LABORATORY William H. Stevens P KICKS: finid and Silver, fiflo Tron, . . IJ.no rop;Mir, . . 7,"k) 7,ine. . . ; on Lend, . . fino Siliea. . Sim 1 in, . . HM Sulphur il UU Send 3 or 4 ozs. uf ore. cent per ouueo. Poxtiwe on oro one Amnlirnmntion Test of free MlUlmr Ore. M.no ryuuiiie Tet of Oold and Silver Ore, 5.wi Cooper Ieiiehlnir Test of Curboiinte, anil Oxidized Cupper Ore. . . 6.00 For above test send f!0 ozs. of ore for each tent. - Ileturns by next mail. Terms: Cnsh with samples. M ines examined mid reported upon. Antiuul assessment, work attended to LUUUSllLliti, M. .!.. KILL the COUCH I AND CURE THE LUNGS ""Dr.Kiosfs 0NSUMF7ICN 0 LICKS and OLDS Price E0c&$1.03 Free Trial. "urcet nnd Quickeot Cure for all THROAT aad LUIJO TE0T73- LES, or MONEY SACK. Arizona & New Mexico Railway Company Lordaburg & Hachita Kail way Oompany, TIME TA11LE NO. 27. To take cITect Sunday,December 17th, 1!)0j, at, 12:01 A. M. Mountain Standard Time 105 Meridian For tho jrover'inient nml Inforinutinn of employees only. The Company ruservi-H the rlitlil to varv from il at Dlemuro TKAISI No. 1 DAILY A M Í.-4II K:17 I H-if H:-n K::n H:fi :H U:'M n.iin lll:ll lh:-'.- 1ii::i.i i lhlfif u:H lll:iVi 11:11 P M 1 1 :.-. lM) NlKlN STATIONS 2 3 j, H sí - J I.KAVI1) IAI1KIVK WC. Clifton.. d I South Sidliiif (Sp. w....uuthrie...d Coronndo (Ppur). York Sheldon W C. Duncan. ..d . ... Thomson. .. Summit vViteh I.. 4 II. Junetlon V C. Lordsburg d A' TT. .Tiiuetionl ....Oil Sldinif.... Hubert T It A I M g Riuirn iioimi DAILY W 0 7.ie ii.:is( 17.:H 4M.47 1.4 U'J-04 7U.S1, 71 12 M.U1 P.M. 6:. VI f h:M i 5:14 s I 5:sl f 6:114 4:f;i 4:13 :i:.pH ;(::! 'l:li:i s I 2:4f f !!:40 f 2:;ii f 2:i0 .Hroekmnn..' HI .Ml f 2:03 . .liuker I iti. I f 1:4. W C V.lliiehila. -d lus.Hl 1 :.) hhivk II.kavbi I P.M. Triilnsstop on siirnal. Children under 10 years of arro half prieo. l'tli pounds hnirv-tiM-e frte with eseh full tick et ; 7.Í pounds Imyirni-'O frfsi with eaeh half tieket. Kxeuss buKKUKi 1 oeut pur luu pounds per njllu. PAHSKNOIIt RATES. Clifton to North Sldinif I .SO South Sldinif.. . " (iilthrie Coronado Sheldon iunettii .Ill .70 .m 1.45 l.lsi S.4Í Sumiiiil Veilch lirdshurK.... Hubert Ilrorkmiili, . . . linker llaehltn 11.10 8.nT 4 .2U 4.WS (l.MI 5.15 6.56 Jamks CoLornoi'K. President. At-Kx. ViiTCii. Geo. A. WAonTArr, 1st V. P. & Clon'l Supt. Superintendent. DON: H. KEDZIE NOTAIiY Pl'HLIC AND CONVEYANCES- T'nlti'-l StJtton Ctr.irt Cmniir-flioncr an thtrlM'l to IrHiihiitt IjiiuI (Mian humuoHd lurtlbui', Sew Mexico, C. C. DURLINGAMC & CO., Ab'iAl brhL'i:" LABORATORY risl,Vbi InC vltrado,185A. famplrshymnilor e,. tr-,' ill It.- l - pioim-t iiu-1 ea.rtid all- v Ion M4 Í. r;!vfr I'i O'i.ri l.vlii fu. 1n.-i:e,! tnAi)tu V), r si Tf 's lOi It-s. cr enr load le'" l k.'.C.I.I -I. ..I Urue i, r trims. ( t7'.'0-1735 .-'.tvrence St.. Lieuvtr, UU. 0QBEÍICI ARIZ. THE A favorlte'resort fot those who aroin favor of the;freecolnaire of sllvor. Minors, Pros pectors, Handlers and Stoekmcn. Music Every ,Night. rnoirit "Wines XAq.-u.crG ancfL Cigarc, Oftne mtst popular brands. Morenel 8. ItCTHKHFORD 4 m. Arizona MEXICAN SALOON Fine Wines, Kentucky Whiskies, French Ilramlies nnd Im ported Cigars. VlnoFlno. Whiskies do Kentucky Cerna Frances y Pnro.i Importado. NOKTK ALVARES, Morcnc' Arfrona SALOON S ARTORIS CAKRA8CO, Tr s. Gooi rhiskies, brandies, wines and Ene Havana Cigars. Spanish Opera each niht by a tronp of Trained Coyotes. Morenci DETROI T SALOON Tbo Kavoriteof Morenci, Anzon. Double Stamp Whiskies California Wines, Warranted Puro Grape Juice Foreign and Domestic Clxars A Quiet He sort Dull y and Weekly Papers Always on band. If tbe mails don't ful R.DAVIS. Propr.otor Watchmaker, Jeweler. The repairing of watch , clocks and lewelry a specialty. All work done in a workman like manner and guaranteed or money refunded. Shop locat ed in the Arizona eopper com pacy's store. H. LEMON, . (Late of London, England) CLIFTON - AIUZ02ÍA V.L.DouaLAS ci's -?.! mer is the best. VO Wfc 2Jtum flT FOR AKIN. CORDOVA n; riltNCNi.tNAMi.ULJ CAM. Ií435? FlIlCC.UrtlíAKl'JKl ,ro2.WCRKINeMrvV tu EXTRA riNC- í v, - -n-, -,,i W - L'DOUO I .OCKTON.Í-UÍ-V1 Over One .Million P e opio wear lio jftSATM.BGUC W. L. Douglas $2 & $4 Sbces All our 5l!oea are eua:iy szUsí&ctcry a Jtt, The prlcr aro uniíom, -nrninrK-J un solo. 1 hev couhI custom ñhoj in tvlo aná i Thtiir werínt; qunl.tiu aro unsurcaaed. Cr. e. n- C veA nvor í.:f r.nl-e v li your dealer aumet eupply you w can. oic-V'1 úpftler, wDoftu nitma wui Biioruy appem boro Ak"L wuuted. Apply ai uncti.ü COUNCIL ROOMS Chotee Wines, Liquors and Havana Cigars Ope ratio and other musical selections ren dered each nignt for theentertain iueut of patrons. Dally SDd weekly newspapers and other per I odlcuison file. For full partleu srcallonl Hugh Mullen - Prop CLIFTON ARIZONA Hrxka mrenvlldof ausnMtr and rv's. Iliey wi-rtí the b-st en Hi luiukft. bil ttt-y hv IsN-n lutnruv- Pi4 vver nln.-f. M a nri. ttjiwris lu lluvvpriinil vei-tiil)lr se.-.S. ItfOO Meed Annual. Is-uutlfUlly Ulu- 0. M. FEnY 1 CO.. Detroit. I'.lch. M kin -7 r-ff flfT srr- rw No secret society In the worl.l Hnn,U higher In nobla airns nnd charitablo ... J .... ..... n-, ,o ,1.1, r- (T,'(llf LTlMtll 1 sccompnsiimcnts than the KnirlHs ol l'yiuiaa. jus' " i ana one ot its finest Institu tions is tho Ohio Pythian Ilmno, at Springfield, Ohio, which is ably presided over by Superintendent Le Fcvro nnd his wife, Mrs. Callie I. Le Fevre, the natron. Tho latter ha recently written ft letter, which wiit command widespread attention because of the prominence of the writer. It is ás follows: "Messrs. W. II. Hooker St Co., New York: Lat year I used Acker's English Remedy n of a friend. at tho r.ucgestion for a -serious, long-standing throat difficulty and extreme ly hard cough. . Had used many well-spoken of prepara tions without relief. I cna honestly say thai Acker' English Remedy removed tlio difliculty and stopped tho cough. I did r.ov parchase or uso moro iiuu uncu , ,.hj t, ties, and at least ons-ha'f of the last U still on hand. I also consu trd phy sicians with no perm-incnt rcsu.ts." (SI3ned) Cau.ik I. U . .a il. The friend to whom Mrs. Lo Fevre refers as having suggested Acker English R.raecy is Mrs. B. Chilton, wife of the present of the , lroy Trunsfcr Co., of Troy, Ohi.i. whero tüis remedy has accomp'-sheu mar, o..ie. cures in Throat aad Lung Troub'es. In conversation wi'h f.i acquaüt.anoe. Mrs. Le Fevre also said: -If you will call on Mr. V. H. bchaus. a prominent, china and art merchant of Springfield, Ohio, you will find that he, too, has had any amount of experience with Acker's English Remedy in his family, ana thinks they cannot keep house without it." Acker's Enellnh Remedy is sold by all dntereists nndera "'t'T"r"n.ti? that your money will to retunded In esse of failure, sjc, 50c nd a bottla la , United States ond Canada. In IinElat.d, is. jd.s. 3d., and 4-..... K'e cuíhorüs the dbox guarantee. W. IL UOOlS fc CO., Propritton, Aew 1 art Cam.ie I. In FrT3, ilatroti Oh'oPytWan IT .,m. Eaatt oiand. Q:5SAM. 12:2tPM. I f suMírr 1 I tl MOf 1 smaXTAI W I I V V - J TIME "Wesfbound 12:3: PM. 7:oo PM. SEASON EXCURSION BATES TO OsúlIbria.isu. FROM Lordsburg, N. M. To San Francisco and return $50. FROM Lordsburg, N. M. To Los Angeles and return $38.15. FROM Deming, N. M. to San Francisco and return $50. FROM Deming, K. M. to Los Angeles and return $40. v Step Cveis Continuous passage required in pach direction between selliiii; stations and Colton, California. Stop overs will b allowed at points west of Cotton, Cal iforcla. SLE DATES On Tuesdavs. Thursriava. and Satns. j tays. riurlnij the mouths of MAX, JUNE, J UL V, AUr.UeT & SLfXKMBLK, 190C lEotiarrL ZLiimit: Good until November sotn., 1906. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CALL UPON OR ADDRESS E. G-. Humphrey, Division Freight & Tasscnpcr AgeDt TUCSON, ARIZONA. 4 J. T. Mahoney, Agent, LOEDSBUEQ, NEW 1IEXIC0. A SURE CURE FOR RHEÜWATISM, CUTS, SPRAINS, WOUNDS, OLD SORES, C0HNS, BUN IONS. GALLS. BRUISES. CONTHACT. ED MUSCLES, LANE BACH, STIFF JOINTS, F&0STEO FEET. BURNS, SCALDS, ETC ' AN ' ANTISEPTIC that top Irritation, ubduM Inflam mation and drive out Fain, PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues, pro motes a free circulation of the Blood, giving the Muscles natural elasticity. CURED OF PARALYSIS W. S. Bailey, P. O. True, Texas, writes: "My wife had been suffering five years with paralysis ia tier arm, when I was persuaded to use Ballard's Snow Liniment, which effected a complete core. I have also used it for old sores, frost bites and skia eruptions. It does the work," BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED, ALWAYS KtFllSE ALL SUBSTITUTES THUEE SIZES: 25c, 50c and $1.00 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO. ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. BOLD AND. kCOMVNDb.O BY Eagle Drug Mercantile Company - VIES i I \n\n They Rive tho best voltio for the enoney.