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4 lO.ííl íilfrfíYit vol. n, no. 29. LORBSBUUO, NEW MKXICO. JUNE 7, 1889. lolwriptlM Par tw, blna,la UoflM 10 VWU. VESTEEN LIBERAL. "forth bd STiTIOn. South bd inlLv Lordalnirg Ar 8:ip m lB-.aO ft ttii. .... ... . . .-.' Summit.. t:i P in ut X) p m punoan 12:4(1 p m I. -IP p m! Guthrie..... ..-tía- a in 4:1 p mjAr Utltuu- Lvl 6:46 m Both trato stop SO mluube fordin.ier. P. B. GREAVES, VOTARY PCB'JC. Oattwua acade tot U uVhSVictos end Tsrri- Lerdakmrf Hew Mexico A. N: SIMPSON, M. I). fbraloUna and Horf.c. Muin Ti! riniT More, oornr-r of First autil ghakeMioure stveetn. Tl.ro they can I o ,3D1 at nil buaiDeae unure. unless proiession Hi Pbrelolan nífluraraoo" the BoUtliura. Pa- cm I railroad. IrOrdaburg New Mexico M. J. EGAN, 1TIUHST AT LAW. MB la the ArtWMia Copper Company' Build tur, West ftiaa of River. Clifton. - uA-riz;c3aa,. ASHENFELTER .& ATTOKNEYS AT - LAW Wining New Mxi''- JOS. BOONE, ATTORNEY kd ' COUNSELLOR. W1U asraotlne la all the courts and land of law u tha wnlWry. fwmvt attosUon irivau to all! business en .trattod rohiut. Miming ... New Mexico W. P. TOS ELL. 3' 33 33 3 A Ccmplote Btook of WATCIiEC". CLOCK'! .rn JCWSLI'T AU Work Warranted. Ouinluf ... Now Mexico nrnnn UK BLACKSMITH 4D WAGONMAKER. horse eaoErNr, and GENÍ.RAL BLACSSMITBIKO. -Ixwdaburf Kw Meiloo FRANK PRO Corral & FeeflStaWe (Wat of Claaaea Brothers) Tb Wt AUa4l04 ytven to traailot aud poanllnc atuuua- TraMportior of freight and good of my hind 4oM aaualaoturu. Kail and Bua U4 W th enrral erT TuexUy, TtiLira aud HuW WMCalW y?, HCOPAm PROP ONE GOOD TOTS EARNED AFOTHEB. From tb Kmui City Time. I'd i-wrier Kleep aH oight with wet do(r,"aid the olj caltl'tneD a ha renched io lit if If for tha lemon, "tliaa to hare iomt of tbcte fj-awti from tbo enat coma pitring 'round gi via opinion about owboy. Thora'a v otitic g ao wilJ tnd wool; afcoct cow puncher. Oenorally apenkin' Ihey'ie as leilit aa Clark Froxt, and bo mora harm io tbm than t tfi&mbernia'il, bat Ih'jr'TS loiorhow (rot a íiarJ oara. riie fuot i, lbi-y'ra rough. The caiile buirtncn a 4iooííb gi-, in invignratin pnríoot, and it followara, ai a mlp, feel tike bow'io' and cbsrgio' 'toudJ aa a rant ter of fun an' pirciM, and when add to tbit about eight f -tk effravntin' di inkn of tha county ytfuVe got a Ojtuliiuo that root tTrvtliiiit timid up a trf cr into a boic. ' Their lifa obliteraU-a many of wliat'a cullf d the 6uir fet-lin't an' wiihonl tnenin' nothing they'll do tliiua a ihoi'ka ea'ern pooplu. It biinui to me once jrhcn 1 waa. cuinin up from linens to Sirin(f"r. I had un i'ight-ini.i--team and (foin' alnnif for compnnj waa Jai:k Bootli, who bflor.gcd on the Fry in Pan rnnob. We caüipt-d one niirht Antílope Sprint. rai:k up the aidehill rtn Injun waa hurried who'd prtered oat with imnll-o'.x or ouiu other tifrctaonl dineaae. Injuoa don't waeta nlunble time in umnennin' ci'rcroonií. and their obit-quiea. don't come hih. rVr inntanc, they'd jot laid this old long horn in a lit Ue pUo.i the rin bud Ruttered out and -tamped a liitle dirt 0T;r him an' thorí he wa. Fie hnd been lbire oino time un' orne of the ti'rvt hud "wiisiit'd nway nnrt li ft hi lttiirs fuikiii out. While e were cilin' Niipper lioot'h tiiiowa the w!t r don't Unte riifbt. ' Til bet a mi Ule in tnstea of that Fo ÜBn,' iuy Jack ; thar he i, eo.-keil Ufon hat hill, an' every time it ruma the tarte f him giis wanned down into the aprinir. After upper I'll move him a whole lot. !n lUii if all right on' tin-dl-poi is all riiilit in their place, but 1 don't need 'em bilid in iry cii'-j.'' "Alter feed Jark tadificd bill pony an' vent up to the Injun. " 'Well, ole Sdn-in-your-fypc, how ík ihinga?' be inquire of thi rcnminder Veiuiti pre'ty eay, en. It a t íen ílecMaed ny mué Teia friend of your, this here place no elligibte ncuk for man ut all, to nove your caoip, an' if I hear nool jectioc the minute of 'that thar meotiu' will atand ipproved." ' "Wilb that he dnp. the loop of hi rope over the Injuns nhanks, bein' t foreiaiil i alickin' om iiio iuudaeap', aud alarla hie púny down the bill with him. Did he iiii v' him ? ' Ñu; huw eonlil liu hurv him w!,;ii be didn't huvv u:thin to bury with? Mm .i o' gulluped iii'ouud with biru ami liitruti'd hiiu until he v.icm't noticabie ai li jnn, winch asjjm an we'll. J "Now, tcnie people would Ihiiik that !1 :olh wan rough, but be w.u ad kind i l kil'eu A.i" had a heart in him bigger'n i race has, Tliose hoys are alvraya rcudj to do a man a good turn. 1 remember one night when I was in Springer. ' I'd just cmne np from IVx.ia, an' for two are thrre laja I'd feo c.ircu!tiu' round and iwlors in' the dlfWenl brands of whiakey pretty ateady. I didn't know any one-io town, hut to far from bein' a handicap, it jum eemed to ainooih the way for broad ihoulderad, dep chitted drunk, for at fast a I'd make a new fi'(j'iantance. .vhicii wan abort fout timea an hour, a l i-ge haif .int cf whiskey waa known t" ut-ii'h from the earth nV'it Ihur. On the yoond or third fVi-ning, n h ile I wan per vai'.in' the town und formin' friendly tiea with Bob Stepp, flank Hawins, Jack Wil liaaia and other local gentlemen, there came a time when my pocket, giving way to the vicihaitudea of frontier life let all my money down into my boot. I'd gone out ide and aat down on aoruc baga of cement by Stcppa' fuloon' iivtendin' to 6sh aome wealth, when I ta.rk under my labora and lull hard and fnat asleep. Tho Lights along in January uro plenty cold in Springer, and their was solid drunk, aound tttdeep freezin' to death and not knowin' a thing about It inynclf. 'How long,' aa they any in hooki. 'I remained thua 1 do nol know,' but l'vo a dim and tnuky recollection of bein' picked up and carried into the 0. K. renteruunt. There I waa bewhia-ked aud he fed uader the di rection and at tbo expense of the gentle man who captured me. but feel in' haughty and indifferent I never aaid a word. The banquet over, the organizer of tbo picnic lugged me upstaira au' laid me on a bed, wbar I went pro'-ivptly to aleep. Along about 3 in the norniu' I'd somewhat re covered, an' about that time the party who brought me tbar showed up. " 'When you get np in the wornin',' be aya, 'here 'a a dollar, an' you go an' get a couple ef drinks an then come back an' get breakfast. I've told 'em about it and yaa tell 'am to charge it to Sell Langtton; you remember that, to Sell Langston. I won't be up myself ' I'm dealin' monte down to the Mexicana and get in so lato I don't turn out till 13.' "I wa able to explain that I had plenty of money and pulled vtt my boot in con firmation, ai which he teemed pleaaed. "J felt m f tbii f atsh!e had went ;k'r saved ma life, and I'd been ice in an hour more if he had'nt got mo. I got acquain ted with him next day and fonnd, himjust what he teemed, a tall, gamut rough, -bad man. But he turned jack Tur me that time, and about a year later I wat able to straighten the acoonnt. "I waa caw pad. on the upper Rod river, about thirty milea back ftOm Raton. On one afternoon I waa coming out of a little cafion .into the Calieotie whon noticed a man off about' thirty roda. J backed out of eight to take a look at turn. Jt aint considered good taste in the moun'tain to ride rigut out onkn- a perfoct afraiiger, an' people are suporstitious about doin' it. It brings bad luck Iota of time. 1 watch eil tins man a few minutes. Iit was afoot hi;b aawmed queer, and limped along like be wat hurt. After stud lyiu' him a littie I rode out an' whooped at him for to hold up. When I gets to tim, who should it be hut Langton. ThiHr afoot un' a bul let in hit side. Then bo up aud tella uie about it. ' " 'To Tiiake it short M was this away,' neeiiyB. J was deaiia tnoft-ti; ausuai. down to Wagon Mound. A Mexican who'd lost a hundred or so puts $50 ou the "liorse" an' Inset. Then he gru'lifced the stakes off tho table an' I j'?st whiick- ed him Over the head with my gun for to drop 'em. He gets a knife out and I had to ehoot. He was .buried next day and bis people 'offered 'íü.OOO for my tcalp. 1 hud a tqueak for it, but got out and come ever about six males trom here on tba Ver mi'j'i. Yesterday when aTi'iiow nained Hill jn í I was coming from the atom down to the house about a doz-n ambushed Mex icana comes boilin out of a dry arroya and begins to shoot. They killed my bosn tha first hump, but I lit on my feet und Hill an' I turned loose. We managed to git Piul-r and Ju.ui Somero, tho two leail"r, an' I creased a Patch Mexle.ni named Sii.ifler no I'll know niir. if wea ver meet. 1 got pluigd in the sido myself, but it der.'t auwuntto iri.Kh, I don't know where Hill did go, alter the Mexicana sput tered I got tó h cornil -and -roped nio a hnso, an', after fjarin' a half honr, got my saddle onto him an' started. Ho wa fi'tdin' good'n ugly and yealerdayl baik down the canyon he bucked mi off and ! hut's the last ul hiui. I staid nil night where I stuck and here I am pretty near done.' - ' Of course I put Lang-don on my horsí and we went over to my camp. We Gxed np his tide it wasn't hurt much nohow and the next day I gave .him one ot my hones culled old Torn, a I knew would come back from any distance, and Sell started for T x is. I gue.-s he made the trip nürish1, for the o'd boss Cm Me into camp about'liiiee mnnrhrl Intel hiokili' Hi I' 'his mini! was at perfect pe.vee. "K:ht M .-.icans wan in my catmi two lavs ufter Iiugslou left loukiu' for him, nit of course 1 hadn't eeen him. 1 was really kind o' sorry thv dmu'lfM around while ha was ihar. If they bad wu'd have fatigued them (oine. "No, 1 never seed Langston no more. Well, son. what wa6 tout profound re- murk ascribed in history to the governor ol North Carol un. and addressed to tli irovcrnor of tiie south state? It's the hist .all in a daue.e houe quadrille: " 'nil promenade to the b ir.' " Canctir is a form of blood poison which is not nn deretood by the medical profusion as to ira real nit ture end character, bat it ia ev .dently hereditary in its nature. It may accidentally dt-velop ilsidt without any P'.edisposltion or evidence of such existing pi icon. The knife or caustic salveb have heretofore been the so-called remedie. for it, but all honest practitioners will ti ll you that this treatment fails to cure, aod oniy hastens fatal .-exults. Thousand of canea of epithelioma (-kin) cancer and a gn at many cases of -acirrhus cancers have been eiitiwiy cured by the me cf Swift's spe cific. It forcee the poison out through the cancer itself, aud through the pores cf the akin. My father had cancer-, my husband also had cancer, in fact died with it. In 1875 a lump caine on my uose, which steadily increased in size and alarmed me. I used various remedies salve and other appli cations and finally tried to burn it out, but tbo sore retai ned nr6e than ever, grow ing larger aud more angry, until I deter mined to try Swift's specific. I took, the medicine and it toon made a complete cure. I know that S. S. S cured me, be cause I discarded all other remedies. This waa aeveral years ago, and I havo had lio sigu ot a retara ef the eancec, Mn. M. T. Maren, Woodbury, Texaa. April 5tb. 18E9. Treatise, on cancer mailed frae. THB SwiTT PPKCIFC C., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ua. The Gallup Newa Register ha learned that aome of the kaolin from what i known as the band in the Black Diamond minchas been tested in L"s Angelea, and ba proved all that was claiined for it aa terra cotta clay. A brick of this clay burn ed pure white and is of "ry superior text are. This clay ja foua v large quactitic . . . i ' at vaiiaj-. NEWS KUQQET3. Vari on Iiwma of Nawa Gathead from Oar KiohBJicoa ad otUar Hoar. New Register: Old Van Patterson, whose bant for the mythical Adams' dig gings baa pased into history, cam id to Onlisp Sunday ever. in í Iroa a tcreral moults proajsecting tour. 8id bo to the writer i "I am done hunting for tba Adams' digging. ! bar Wo in ani: oyer twerf tnoantain na As Navajo reeer vation and am taticfied. Ths only mofln tain on the reservation tba'tis hy any poa sitnlity mineral ' tearing la the Navajo mountain about one hundred toilet from Gallup in Aritnr, and that doe not con tain the kind of ítjuarr I am banting, al though 1 belii the uiifsntaia ocotales mineral in payiiif quantities." Mr. Pat terson apeak confidently of .the country ho passed tbrugb, and will, he lays, now go home aud attend to bis private affuirs. Optic: Don Patrico Gor.f.afea, atnistant to tha probate clerk, ha presented the Optic with aome raro Id parchments. One is a proclamation issued by Governor Donaciano Vigil to the prfeple of Mexico in 1817. warning them against a band of robbers and fiillagers; the other ia a call cpon the people to be upon tlierr good be havior aad in evi ry way poible endeavor to suppress lawlussnest in all part", of the territory. ' " - Prospector: An amusing story it relat ed of the examination of a witness before the grand jury lant week. Allen Potter, the beardless youth, was having bit case examined and the autilaáy freno whom he bad stolen the money was airirtg her testi mony. After telling the tale sbo made a plea for the boy by aayin: "t'entlemen, don't be bard on the poor little fellow. He robbed me, but I "forgive him. Ho is young and inexperienced and beside that, gentlemen, he could not helo it, gentle men, for he came from T-xas.'" Several of the grand jurymen Who bailed from the same fltale are aaid to have fainted, with tho exception of Untie Billy Plftster, who jumped over the table in bis endeav or to Gnd a nuil to bite ou. Major .1. W. Powell, ' director of the United States geological turvpy, grree the altitude of the highest of Ihe San B'rancis co peaks in Arizona at 1-,79-i feet. Optic: The prosperity of a towit in gauged rot by the wealth of its inbubi tanta but by the unanimity 'ífh Vhich they pull together v.en any inportant undertaking-1 To 'be ktfcomplifhed. A man with S".000 at his command und love for this town in Li; b-'axt oao do r.-.ire far the building up ind improving --f it than the nur.:jnaiiB who loeks up bid capital and snaps his fingers at home progress. Kntrrpe.: Mr. A. 'T. Colton slafte l out last Sunday afternoon with his con struction party to begin work on the lower section (J" the Florence canal between the reservor and the railrond. He has aboul twenty-live men ut iik with teams and scrapers and will pulí the work in a lively manner until fully completed. The riiocnix Uaz-tte aya that n Mr. Ha-rhert, some mintbt ngo, pi.oited an orchard of 1,800 orange trees near the falls ot the Arizona cniial, and out of the whole lot only two havo died, the remainder be ing in a thriving condition. This is a re markably b'ne showing, and wuu'n! joe in to proye that tho Uila valley will, before inairy .years, rival 'California in the produc tion of citrus traits. There is still hope for people who have antiquated claims agiinst the govern ment. Recently the court of claims awarded three months extra pay to Jaaaea A. Semrde, purser in tho navy, for seryices ri ndered during tho Mexican war! lames ha long since passed beyond the need of mony, but his widow still live to id in lie the perfect workings of the cause ot justice. The court also distinguished itself on the same day by awarding the state of Georgia $..o55 for money a I vanced to the fund fo the general defense duri.ig the "Revolutionary war. Mojave Miner: Some of the cattlemen complain that the luxuriant growth of grass is causing the death of a good manv cattle. They over-eat of tho new growth of alfileria and it causes bluil, which ro íults iu their death. Stnr: There wa a very upérior article of tobacco raised at Tanque Verde last year. L. Z'-ckendorf & Ca., purchased two tc.na of the product which they manu factured and put np in package for smok ing. The brand of thi tobacco ha he come very popular. This year the pro duct will reach ten tons, all of which ha been purchased by Messrs. Zeckendorf & Co. who have established a factory for it manufacture. Ad Imperative Necessity. What pure air ia toan unhealthy local ity, what spring cleaning ia to the neat housekeeper, ao ia Hood's Sarsaparilla to every body, at this aeason. The body need to be thoroughly renovated, the blood purified aud vitalized, the germ of disease destroyed. . Scrofula, Salt Rheum, and al other blood disorder are cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla, the niost popular tuoc. fu irfipp pi'diciqe. J. G. 0. E3AY Dealnr I malro a specialty oí psttH-nrj paspl coa Oca ernmeat Xa2i. Boom for tfcoueedn to take tsnane a eosoriiaviut wit tV of wt. -and Peed for -Btook. Tie Climate and Soli I equal to the boat la Apv'y 0 write Mtti stamp to . LORDStíüfta GRANT WH0LÜSALE AND Uavtng the beat faellltlea In the South weet we re In any qunntltlea and at reasonable prloe. Market on Pirat atreot, opposite LORBSBCRQ F O. S m. 3T t Id. Freiili'ter ana 'Dealer in Eeayy Eariware STEEL, PICKS AND MINER3" SUPPLIES, POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE, SAY AND GRAIN AND BLACKSMITH'S COAt. LcrcS.su.rg' - , CHHISTIB, Seo'y and 'rroaa. C. C. FITZGr.KALI). frest. and Oen. Mr.nag El "iPasr, Tcrao. FAID VP CAPITAL BUYEP.S OF SILVER, LEAD AND COPPER ORES. WILL MAKE ASSAYS. TESTS AND REPORTS IN ALL CLASSES OF MINERALS. OFrlCE-El Paso Texas, Noa. a and 4 Bronson bioclc Paso, Texas. " J. IIOCCHEH. N. MININS t REAL Oorrrepondeooe Solloland. LOltDSBURO Eagle Drag Store DooJer In STATION EOT, TOILET and FVCY AB'nCLES. TOBCOOI. CI0A18 and fiJOJifps' ABTICXES. PL AY IN J CARDS, 5 - Bonek lacs & Classei. 7P ID Timber California, COUNTY NEW MEXICO !rot!tier RETAIL BUTCHERS are prepared to f urnlah uatomar with Southern Partita depot, aouth id. NEW MEXICO - 3T"W HVHcrrico. . S. flTRGERAt.D, SúporlotendenV 5O0,0Ot WOÍ.KA CotWn Avenuo, t I1UCK, II . CLASSEN. ESTATE AGENTS new Meneo ' ;s ,1- 'ix -a Meats ComvaDT \n\n Uva Weiioo. PDPUSHKD FRÍDAY3. tr oo' H- uofii. SuSaxrlptWa Pit. ! VbMtt ttwtlaa ' .. v v y ;;v 1 ta MnU. V' 4m Tea "ftufcooiifCtoo A)vr'Pn'Ue to fcaVeaoee. atattan PaolAa Ih&cnd. ' irrrsr Tlaxi TM. tiKifitn. A. V. :lt. Kanfilt . Trmiiu run en i iii:c moo. j j. iinifi t. n. nioo(i. ir' A'. N. Tcrtm.ti'-Uííu! flinager. At-4t New lluko Ktrílway.