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VOL. II, NO. 25.
LORDSBUUG, NEW MEXICO, MAY 10, 1889. gnhaHptlMi Pr Ya. (tingle Coptasj 10 Cent. mm w WESTERN LIBERAL. J"w Ilon. l.'BLISHED FRIDAYS f I)OXl H. KKDIIR tabacriptiaa trio . iWbtli tl I rfuosU 1 T& Vua Tstu- i CU Sutcrt7lJH Ahti ItiaMe Id Advurtoe. Bvutimrn Paoiftu Railroad JLrUbvr4 Tiros 1 t.hU. Wuntietiti.. KIOAEAQUA'S EESOUEOES. GOVEMOS PRINCE. xttieVtiu. f. M. 1:10 8:1 drains run n f'ncine Timo 3. L. Noblk. T. H. OoonMAH, upvriulrilont. Hen. Put, and Tkt. Agl.. A. N. Towns, Uwi.tiU Manager. rlioDS New Mlco Hallway. Aorthbd, : iuiLv . K) Ri S:f m .... Í:J m ., 4:1 p ui'Ar.. STATIOX. ...Lordtburo:.. . ...Summit. . . ..llMncan.. Until rio... ....Clifton-..., sVrth tmlut stop 3'J minute fnnlnne P. B. GREAVES, ROTARY PUB'.iC Uuuectloua auiikv for all the Suite and TVrri turfc.. Lenftburg; A. N. SIMPSON, M. D. From th Now fork Mnrald. "Tbe prospect ol seeing the Virarania canal tinder construction lint awakened the people in that little understood coun try, " said a gentleman who but just arri red from Central America. He bas tiffw ed Nicaragua from ocean to ocean, and it thoroughly informed oo the characteristic of tbc republic nod its people. "At a general thing American hare a haty iniprettioo that the government ! t:yi in power only by the aid of troop,, unci that the country it in a continual I state of turmoil. That it far from the i truth. Property it a talc there at it is in I Brooklyn for instance, and education hai done a great deal to make t'.e people ap preciate a settled condition of affairs in matters of government. "Take for inttauce, the city cf Granada, on Lxksj ííicuragua. That was founded by tlx.' Spaniards in 1.YJ.1. only thirty-one year after tbe discovery of America by Columbus. Althoug the second ia sixe, it is the first in ibe republic ia point of position, enterprise and riches, and wm until recently the capital city. It ha Ar, 9:26 p m ! been ul ilion t totally destroyed three time piratea. "During three hundred ami fiity year, the republic 1). tuad little advance ment, owing to the bud government, and cousequeut henry taxes. Hut with the ex ep iuu of a few weeks of turmoil cuued by the War of the Union, declared by liuateuial.i in 1884. the couutry bai enjoy ed fourteen year of peace. "Nearly a tenth of the country ia cover ed by tat; two large laket, the Invest Uko New )itexIco ! .Mcarag'inoeiug uwui one nuiinren I luiIih ur.g by about lull an wide. The I country is about na larua as the ntnle uf Ohio and lint 2CO.0O0 inliAbitanU. There re tweiity-teven volcanoes in nil, but South lid i 1M v id lv 10:S5 a m . .Lv t .i't a in HEWS NUGGET8. úiBoe In Furl,- Dine Store, rorncr of Firm Kit4 3UukeleiuT (inrrK where they can lie . IdiuA at all bUHinexA hourv uiilost iiruíesl'.ill- j cif vfivntfud. I til fbyi'cian and Surircoo of tho Southern ra ule jiUroal. New ünlro ii. J. EG AN, TIli N k; Y A T I. A VV 4to In Uio Arlroiva Copper Cm;ni.r' Build ln. Ml iU" wl luvr. Cliitcn. - Ailzcna. ASHENFELTER & BOHAEOE. 'nrf tiquukca teUlom occur. Since thu de--Uurlion of Id Leon, known a Wono IijiiiIjO. iu 1010. uoiie bavu been erioun. i'bc liftiad mlley are produetivo and fer tile ti.ounlls am rolling or level tuble l .iuU, cuHivuled in placet to the foot or hil: up the face of the volcniioea. whieh Ukuai'.y rim abruptly with even pi otile, clear cut utramut the iky, to the height of i thouHiuid, of feet. I The climate plen:lid, ilit rartn near ! the count but teujpeiate and ai(reeubl on (lio líike. I he br.-er.en from the two ity of Mich larire liudie, of truter, itre tel- ilom nbiieut. Owinif to the liiy of the ! country it produce, the fraila (if the Irop j ic, and the (r.uim of higher count net ' Krow on the lalile luu.la. In the depart j inent of t'hontalca the iniriinif Industrie ! fir to rívul lboe of Iiunduras and I ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW I .Mexico. The . xport of cedar a'one, was Ifemintr N'i.w Mexico JOS. AriVjRN-KY , BOONE. so C'0L!S5tLI.0U. WUI pracMo1nAU Uio ixrnrw ami la.id iil'- iu tna urniurv. . rTowtil atuintloo irireo to all. bu.iaei. n HrweWJ iw "'i'" Ven Mcxteo y: 33 W. i'. TiriHKLL, i in lito and lN-iíi neai lv ,U00.0üd íeot. (.'oíF. e it of coure ton principal export, I and the average, of tiVe 'utu iiivrxiired tinco 1SKG fitly ii!) per cen!. In Nicara I íua and llonduraa couibined tho pro i íuetiou wat l"t,8(i3 hundred w ifht, val : oed at 81.2Ú9.4Í)5, and thi ye-.r it will, it , it ettinmted, bewortli $1. MO. 000, j 'liclernritf to t.irjnad.1 uguin. that city I ! in the center ot the civiliíed part of the I country. The temperature rarely rai.et j above 00 decrees Falireiiheit, and the cli j m.tte, for a city directly i u tho tropics, it remarkably healthy. It it f the terminut A Ci.iuplt Stock f WATOffSa. CfcOt'8 JEiVEI.ltr. JU1 wrV Rtmiiiiwi. - - Kew Mviico FRANK PROCTOR BtACIISMITH AKD WAGOKMAKKR. EDOilNO AND JK ( of the National railroad,' niuty-two oiilet I in lunifth, that extend, from Carnita, on I the Pacific through Leon, Monotombo nnd Manaqua. The people are largely of Span ih extruction, with few negroes. Many own the property on which they live and travel cxtentively. In nil Central Ameri ca from the City of Mexico to Lima, Peru, nocit aupporta to m my puhiic cunehea aa Granada. A dollar a- bor.r it charged, or filty cent to the lake, rnly a mile from the center of the city, with the tame almrge to get back. "Hen are a few of the intitution : Tur.-e bótela, a cathedral and four churches, two daily papera, one clu' the "Ciranadino," one national iuatituto with 4'i0 achoUrt, a y otii l.idiea' college and the military headriiiurtcra and barrack. The National railway depot ia the fineat ttrncture of iU kind in Central America. "The government haa granted valuable concexaiona to an American company for trauiwaya, both ateam and animal, for uiarketa and other improvements." Accompanying a well-executed porlaikof Onv. L. Bradford I'rince in Frank Letlie'a III list rated Nnwtpaper, ittue f 'April 2Ttli, ia the following pertonal aketc'u: Hoc. L. firadford I'rince, the nw!y ap pointed povernor of New Mexico, wat horn nt Flutbin, N. Y.. on July 8. 1340. K ia a lloenl descendant, on the maternal tide, of Gov. William Bradford, of Plym outh, one of the "men ot the May flower," and had for great grandfather and grandfather, respectively. Governor, Bradford and Collint, of Rhode Island! Hit paternal ancettort are the well-known Prince family of Iong Inland. He ia a rraduate of Columbia law achool, and baa for many yenra been a contpicuona lure in public afTaira. from hit youth he wat exoeedingly active in all oiattera affecting the welfare and improvement of his na tive town. Very early in life he developed an extraordinary aptitude for politi cal matter", nnd the (tctivity he d it played in hi district during the Fremont campaign won for him n vote of thanki from the town club, of which hit age he wa theu but a lad of sixleeo prevented his becoming a member. In 1870 he wnt elected to the assembly, members of all parties joining iu bit anpport, and in 1STI he was re-elected by a lurgn majority. The following your be received t.be unusual compliment of request for his co'itiuance in oflice, signed by tui.re than 2.000 voters, irretpei live of a party, and having been nominated by acclamution, he was re-elected without opposition. Iu 1873, having declined the nomination to the tenate, he waa again returned to the assembly with out an opposing candidate. In the fall of 137-t the democrats made a determined effort to redeem the district, nominating tuoir strongest man, but the rontett resul ted in a victory for Mr. Prince, who secur ed u majority of 771 voles. In the can vats of 1875 Mr. Prince received the re publican nomination tor the senate, and. although the demccrats were sucetsful iu i he district on the geueral ticket by nearly 2,700 majority, he won the election by a majority of 904, raiiiiiog 3,594 ahead of his ticket. In 1S72 he introduced nnd succeeded iu getting pusned, the bill for the constituti onal cominitsinn. During tue sessions of 1873 and 1874 he had charge of the pro posed amendments, and in the session of 1 STti hn prepared and introduced nearly all the bills required to curry the uew con 'titutionn! tytleiu into effect. Mr. Prince is a prominent member of the Masonic fraternity, and also well known at a church mail. He was a mem ber of the last lour general conventions of the Ep tc pal chiiicb. During 1S79 with out cither application or request, Mr. I'rince was offered various appointment, including two to foreign counties, the tuar "lirtlship of New York, the governorship at ldr.ho, und tho clntd j.i-tice"liip of New Mexico. The latter be declined three times, bul Uualiy, at the urgent request ot ihe government, continted to accept. He rei-it'iitd iu lc2, utter disposing ot over 2,600 esses. Since then he has been interested in various eoterprites in New Mexico. Ue it president of the territoral historical socie ty, and of the university of New Mexico. Iu 1S8'2 be compiled the laws of the terri tory, and in 1833, wrote the "History of New Mexico," a book of rare luterett. Llo is well known as an archaeologist, and bus a great number of Puablo antiquities, iucluding h unique collection of undent stone idols. He is an enthusiast as to the resource tnd future of that territory, and. baa written much on tho subjects for eastern papers. A Wushingtou speciul says: W. A. Cuddy, who was chaplain of the legisla tive assembly ol Arizona which has just uojouine.d, has sent to the treasury de- Varlons Items of News (lathered from Oar Kte.lianget anil other Sonrtrt. Optk: Al Sclirarer, of this city, yes terday received a hitter from a friend ia Roswell in which he elated that fully ane hundred people were living in tenta in the suburb of tbat promising town waiting for boute to be built. Roswell baa a boom, and it is abetter one and on a more solid basis than the Oklahoma fuss. A barber formerly of La Vega ii mak ing ten dollirt a day iu Roswell during the rush, and there are no statulics a to the gambler. ', The Citizen say, it it reported in Tuc oon that .work is to begm at once on the railroad from that place to Globe. The prediction was made tbi week, say the Stock Grower, by one of the most successful rattle men in the western range country that prices fur range cattle would be higher in 1891 than at any time during the past ten years. It wa alto predicted that the Iiig Four would not have the con trol of the beef producing indust-y after the year 1890. A wagon that passed through Kansas City recently bora painted an it canvas the following legend: "Chintz-bugged in Illinois, cycloned in Nebraska, potato bugged in Colorado, white-capped in In diana, bald-knobbed in Missouri, prohibit ed in Kansas Oklahoma or bust." Albuquerque Citizen: Ten stalwart tramps were rounded up Monday night by rr. n r.i j I ' vtucciK Varsuu hum i.inerwu, u, mm yeniei- day morning they were brought before Judge Favor, who consigned the entire lot to the chain gang. Valuable work in the way of cleaning afreets, alley, etc., is expected of them and it is hoped that they will prove efficient in the business. Albuquerque Citizen: Ex-Govornor Hoss is now retired on a little aand bill homested south of tins city. He is grow ing old, has few of this world's goods, and is a living einnn In of the delusive and de trimental effects of office holding. After a life devoted to the public cervices, and nfter holding positions high in the gift of the nation, he U at la-t shelved on a "for ty acre" farm, to bo forgotten by tho peo ple be bits benefitted. Although Nodales is reported to have plenty of men without work, Mr. D. A. .Saunders, who has charge of the Penn sylvania ranch n.'ar Crittenden, was una ble to hire auy of them lust Monday, The Record says, with them, it is too hot to work iu summer and too co'.! in wiuter. P7B rxler in IEea,l Estate, Xmse a, specialty of settling- psoplo on Gt-ct emment laaiael. Room for thousadn to take home on Government Land, with plenty of Water, Timber and Feed for Stock. Tbe Climate and Soil Is equal to the best ia California, Apply or write with stamps to IX)RDSrtURO GRANT COCXTT NEW MEXICO ZEIart ZE3rotli.er3. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS Having the tout facilities In the Southwest we are prepared to t urulsh out towers with ICO res Jo In any quantities and at reasonable prior-. Markot oa first street, opposite Boathero Paolno do pot, south side. LOUDSDURG - NEW MEXICO O. m. 37-1 !x , Fiwlitcr an Dealer in Heavy Hardware CHRISTIE, Sw'y and Truae. T8 GEKXBAL BLACKSMITUING. ViMrSrf lfw Mexico Corral & FeeflStalile ' fWest ot Claaeea Brothers) Tb tMt tfiUon giran to transient and wriliaí ijimal. 1, . ', t ; TYanaDnrtiruj of .freight aud good of any kio-id'MW sai isfai' toril - Mall a'd Ptajre line Wave the oorral arery 7i4-lay. Tbiirwla and tslurusr moruiua al .au lor Sold Util, . , M.. W. MÍYJR VTÍÍ. VROP Las Cruces lleuiocrat: The wine com pany which bas been organized here has rented Van Patten's ball, which will be converted into a wine press hou.e, and supplied presses, vats, eto. The company have already contracted for the delivery to tbera of between 300,000 and 300,000 pounds of frapet from various vneyards about, and th iy will be prepared to rny all the grapes lhat will be otfnred them. Tbo starting of tbi company will prove a great benefit toour- grape growers, and giye an added stimulus to tho planting ol vineyards, by supplying a permanent home tunrket for all the grape that can be raised in the valley, Those planting vine yards hereafter will also give more atten tion to the selection of their varieties. planting only the choice kinds ot wine New York bankers are shipping gold to V. o-opp. purtincnt for deposit in the conscience fund the sum of $22 50. being part of the sal ary paid him as chaplain. His motive for this action is explained by him as follows: 'I cannot see that it is right for the rulers lo take tho people' mouoy nnd pay it out to some hypocrite to stand up before a leginlative body and pray for pay." He also states that he once acted as clerk ot the legislature and received for his er vieea 8610, but while performing this duty ho was also employed in whiskey sailing. He thinks that he should return tho 8640, aud would do so, he says, but for the fact that he has not got it. Cuddy resides at Phenix. Albuquerque Citizen : There is a young miss residing on South Third street, wbo is the possessor of some Ene fat hens, and the young lady concluded to kill several of the fattest. The other day she singled out a nice juicy ben and off went the fowl's bead. It was picked, and on being dressed and :ut up for the skillet, the lady was surprised lo find on the inside a well formed little chick, and near by was the soft shell from which it wa batched. This is something remarkable in the way of batching chickeus, but J. R. McCowau vouches for the truth of the phenomenon. Tbe CitiEens' bank ot Flagstaff bas closed its door for lack of butines. It business ha been transferred to the Cen tre.l hai.V of trietarne pU.-e. Citizen: Yesterday two prominent citi zens one a merchant, thu other a real es tate speculator partly made arrange ments to play a game of poker in the near future foríl-'.OÜO worth of property, the ! 3LiCrc3.Q"birg' merchant to put up his store against its equal in lots. It both partios mean biui- ness, this will be the biggest poker game ever played in Albuquerque. Optic: A resident of Dofia Ana county put in a claim against tbe government, through H. C. Burnett of this city, Indi an depredation claim agent, for a yoke of steers stolen by the red men many years ago. Not hearing from it within a few weeks the man had the audacity to draw a sight draft on Mr. Burnett for 3100, the amount claimed. Newa-RgMor: Charley, a Navajo jeweler, was in town yesterday. Charley talks some English und is skillful at his trade. Ue bad with hiin a full kit of tools, consisting of a peculiar bellows of his own manufacture, a cast! of pincers, awls und dies, a mineature anvil, forming tools, eta., all of American manufacture. His blowpipe was of home manufacture and quite an effective tool. Charley allow ed some specimens of bu work tbat would not ditgrace un American workman. His shop is wherever b is and ha ii a born geuius. STEEL, PICKS AND MINERS' SUPPLIES, POWDER. CAPS AND FUSE, HAY AND GRAIN" AND BLACKSMITH'S COAL. Democrat: Toe grand jury at Los Lu nas failed to indict the two men churgnd with the murder of Dumas Provencher. It was opealy charged iu Los Lunas that the jury had been "seen" auJ Judge Brinker said as mnch, aa to tbe rumor, in his instructions. The result is what was expected, and the general opinion in, and out of Valencia ounty, tbat the murder- of Duma Provencher will never be brought to trial. Santa re county is having no erd of trouble over ber bonded indebtedness. It seems that tbe taxes were collected, but tbe interest was never paid on the bond and a the money hirs disappeared, th matter ia becoming riftht interesting to a good many people who have been mixed up in the business. Journal Miner: The sheriffs party passed two volcanoes in active eruption while in pursuit of the train robbers. Sheriff O'Neill says tbat parties in the vi cinity informed them that tbera were six activa volcanoes in tbo same vicinity. Ayer's Hair Vigor restore natural col or to the hair, by stimulating a heartly ac tion of the scalp. This preparation also produce a vigorous growth of tho bair, and give it a beautiful lustra and youth' ful appearance. Recommended by pbysi r.iant, rtergvtmn, nd tsientists. C. C. mZOERALD, Pruet. and lien. Manag Q. E FlTRflKKALD. Superintendent. Internationa IMP! El Pase, Texas. FXIO VV CAI'IT.lI. uoo.ooo BEYERS OF SILVER, LEAD AND COPPER ORES. WILL MAKE ASSAYS, TESTS AND REPORTS IN ALL CLASSES OF M1NERAL3. WOnKS-Cotton Avonue, El Orrit'E-El Paso Texas, Nos. 3 and 4 Ilronson Block. Paso, Texas. J. BOl'CHKll. . BUCK, H. CLASSEN. Meter Bade & Classen, IINII i REAL ESTATE AGENTS CorrfrfpoD'leooe Boliolted. I)KD8HÜBO new Msnco Eagle Drug Store Dealer la Í STATIONERY. TOILET and FANCY ARTICLES. TOBACCO E8, C70AR3 and, 8MOKKU8' ARTICLES. PLA1IK0 CARDS. . tW THB EAGLE 1 D RU nli STATIC NERY! I f \n\n I :hu tn'il? lauda or (ur.aK. aa well at near jeean, ai:d tlioe producid by the projim- J..G; ID. ÜAYI granes. l,;..