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VOL. II, NO. 39.
LORDSBURO, NEW MEXICO, AUGUr T 1G, 1CCÍ).
KnWrlp'lon S P" Vrar.
Minnie l pío 10 Cent.
WESTERN LIBERAL.
w Mexico,
SENATOR STEW AST'S MININO PILL.
PUBLISHED FRIDAYS.
lly IKINl II. KKD7.Ii:.
Subscription Prieta.
Throe Months "
Ptx Months 1 r'
Ono Yosr s 00
Ruburilptioii Always Payalilo In Advance.
Southern Pacific Railroad.
l.or.Ul.urtf TI ue Till e.
WK8TH(IUM.
Passenger
EAHTIIOUN0.
U:lu
A. M
Traill's .-tot vi P.irlf.o Timo.
J. 1. Nomas. Tltt Airt
Superintendent, Hon. Pits;- h.i.I Ut. Aift.
A. N. TowNK, OeMcml Mummer.
AUnn .flnl" Hallway.
STATIONS.
North bd!
l:Dpin Lv l-onlfbm-if..
Z-.anpnc Summit ...
3::pm: J,"1;1,0","
f,:V: p in! (iuthrtc....
e:30pui,Ar I HCu.n-....
.South Uil
.Ar r::ti m
11:11 in
II :M u r.i
! H:0S a m
.Lv, 7:W' u 1
amuwrun dully except Sunday.
p. B. GllEAYES,
NOTARY rUBUC.
Collections made for nil the Pluto nd Territories-
. New Mexico
A. N. SIMPSON, M. I).
Physicians mid Surgeons.
'S:l;,lJSu1oita Southern Pa
oitlc Vulcxoad.
New Mexico
M. J.
A T 40 H N E Y
AT LA W
(moo III tho Arizona Cooper Company's Hulld
Injj, Went , hum ol Kivei.
Clifton
Ariscna.
& EOHAEOE.
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW
Doming
New Mexico
JOS
ATTORN EY and
BOONE,
COUNSELLOR.
Willpriietlcelni.il tho courts and land of
j&oes In Hi" Uiritory.
Jr.impt attention given to nil business or.-feettsU-d
twiilni.
New Mexlci.
Doming
3" -33
W. P. TOSSEI.U
A Complete Stock of
WATCHES. CLOCKS AND JEWKI.KV.
ATA Work Warranted.
New Mexico
FRANK PRO
b
OR
BLACKSMITH
AND WAGON MAKER.
HORSE SHOEING AND
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING
Lordshurjr
New Mexico
Corral & Feefflle
(West of Clusson Brothers)
iiontiou nlvcii to transient and
OOallllUK BUlllialS.
' Trunsportlnif of freit;lit and goods of any
Tiiewlny. Thnrii.tiiy and tiutunluy luurniiiv at
6.M for (Jold Hill.
BvW,MCGIlATII,rROrib
Tie it cnarlnil by die rennlo and home, of
firesi'ntHliveR of tlin United States of
America in emigres' bbkciiiIi'iI Unit sec
tion S-'UO of tlie revised statues bo nnind-
1 liy addinif tlinn-to tho following:
"Hut no person sball aeijuire by location
inoro thnn 1500 feet, in length on tho same
vein nor rIihII any person relocate a claim
which he has previously local ed."
Sec. 2. That section tt'Jl of tho revised
statutes be amended so as to read:
"Sec, ÍM it. The minors of each min
ing district may make remilations, not in
conflict with tlie laws ol the United SlaUs
or with the laws of the stale or territory
in which the district is situated, governing
the location, manner of recording, amount
of woi k necessary to hold possession of a
mining claim, subject to tho following re
quirement: The loi'iitim must lie die '.nel
ly mm Iced on the ground by posts or noii
niii n', so that its tioun.l.irics van be
re lily traejil. All records ol mining
claims hiTfiflflr made shall contain the
name or n.uo.'i uT the hiclors, tho date
of the location and such a description of
the claim or claims locuU-d us will identify
the claim. On each claim located after the
lOih day of May, 1S7J, and until pajment
ot tho purchase money and a certiiicato of
rittry has been ii-sued therefor, not less
hat 100 worth of labor shall be pcrform
d or improvements mado during each
year. On all claims located prior to the
lOih day of May. 1872, S10 woith of lahor
shtill he prcfo.'ined or improvements made
luring each year for each 100 feet m
eiigth along the vein uniil payment of the
purchase money.:iri,l a certificate ot entry
has tici n ifsii' d therefor; p.iid fur each
twenty acres of 'ptarvr claim? and for each
subdivision thereof lets than twenty acres
25 worth ol labor shall be perfumed or
in;itcv' merits made dnrin-f each year un
til payment, of the pinch. ise money and
certificate of entry shall be i, -urd therefor.
But where sever.. I ndjoing cl-iims, not ex
ceeding rive, whcllier the s, une be lo'le or
placer claims, are owned or held by Ihr
snnip p' rsiiii, ..ssoeinl fen or cut porufion.
and the soni ot S 5000 or more is expended
in any one year In tjoad I'.iiih for the devel
opment of ull the claims jo owned or held,
not exceeding five, (hero chalí bo no re
quireineiit for sepn rate labor or improve
ments to be performed or made on the
everal claims eo owned O' held during
-iicli year. The year within which the an
nual labor or improvement Ve-:ir,irf:d to be
performed or mude by this section shall
commence fit 12 o'clock meridian on the
Utdayot Goober of each year: Piovhl-
"d, l'liat ui ou clalnis ficatcd pr vious to
il.o day el M.iich in any year, the pn
nual labor ur imptrcuienls si; .11 be per
'oniied i,r ni .de on such claim I'm that year
niior to 12 o'clock liieii l.iu ot the l-.t day
of Ociobcr next su'CeecIii'ir; und ujon
!n : ins lociit.'d iifler the lai day of F. bin
ary and I'l iur to 12 o'ch.. k meridian of the
l-t day of October in any your t! e nmiuii!
labor or iuipreveiie'iits ri quired shall be
performed or made prior to 12 o'clock ine
riilinn ol the fir.-t day of next following
October: And piovided further, 1'hat on
ly our hidf of tho jmnu-d labor or improve
ments required by thin act shall be necess
ary to b j noi lea rued or made prior to 12
o clock m-'rnliun ot tlie 1-t clay ol Ue'ooer,
in the year 18'9, on claims upon which ike
annual labor or improvements were per
formed or made in the year lfiaS; but after
the 1st day of October, in the year lüS',1,
the lull amount of labor or improveiM nt.c
required by this act shall be performed or
made upon such claims us i'l all other cases
during each year prior to 12 o'clock meri
dian of the lskday of October. In Case
the 1st day ot October fills on Sunday or
any holiday, the following secular day
shall be construed as the 1st d;y of Octo
ber wifhin tho meaning of this act.
When the labor ic quired by this act shall
.iav lc cu pcrloi mcd or the n rovcinen'a
made, un aihdavit shall b.i lih.d within
thirty days after the time limited for per
forming sue h lu'oor or making kiich im-
piovenients with the n coider of the min-
ing dirtii't in which such claims uro situ
ated, and if there bo none then with the
Recorder of Deeds of tho county ill which
the claim or nunc is situated, particularly
lescrihing the labor peilumud and im
provements made and tho value thereof,
w hich alfiduvit snail be prima facie evideu1
ce o the facts therein stated. And upon
a failure to comply with these conditions,
the claim or mine upou wiiich such failure
occurred shall bo open to relocation in the'
same niauner as it no location ot the same
had ever been made: 1'rovido.l, That
the original locators, their heirs, assigns,
or legal representatives do not resume
work upon the claim alter such failure and
before such location, und coutinue the
same with reasonable diligence until the
required amount of labor shall have been
performed or improvements made. Upon
the failure of any one of several co-owui is
who have perfui med the labor or made the
improvements may, at the expiration ol
the year, p-ive such delinquent co-owner
personal notice in writing or notice by
publication in the newspaper published
nearest the claim, for at least once a week
for ninety days, and if at tho expiration of
ninety days alter such notice in writing or
y publication siu h delinquent bhu.ll fail
or refuse to contribute his proportion ol
(he expenditure required by this section
his interest in the claim shall become the
property of his co-owners who have made
tho required expenditures, upon recording
a ropy rf such notice, together with nn
affidavit shoeing personal service or pub
lication, as the case may by, of such no
tice with the Recorder of tho mining dis
trict in which such mining claim is situat
ed, and if there be no such ofTLtr then
with the Recorder of Deeds of the county
in which tho mining claim is situated.
When any person or company he.s devel
oped and exposed a lode, and expended
$100 worth of labor thereon, said person
or company m;iy run a tunnel for the pur
pose of developing such lodo owned by
said person or company, and the money so
expended in said tuniiii 1 shall bo consid
1 1 rd as cxpn.ided on said lode,-and Mich
pe, ion or company shall not thereiilter be
r quired to perform labor or make im
provements on the bui Tace, of said lode in
order to hold the same, so long as woik is
continued on such tunnel."
A EASE AROHEOLOGIOAL TlSfc.
Worn the O-illtip Xecva Krister.
Mr. Gariick, of tho Cashing party,
brought in from Seneca this week a in ist
remarkable find ubtaiivd from S. E. Day
in the San Juan country that will open the
eyes of those ethnologists who deny man's
great unticpiity on this continent,.
It is well known even to casual observ
ers that there have been two distinct flows
of lava in this country between which
hero has elapsed many centuries of time.
I he late-t ih.'.v of lava IB so anc ient that
water, as for instance, in the Zuni Cifion,
lias cut through it to the depth of three
feet.
The spi-cine n Mr. Garlic showed us be
lenes to the older (! iw, ami consists oí a
piece of irregular shaped lava whie.b has,
beyond question, flown onto a pile of com.
Id this specimen lire to be found tho me
m int, of mai-.v ears of corn, tho grain in
dentations being clearly maiked. -Theie
is abo in this lava charred coin, perfect as !
though burned but yesterday. There can
he no question as to the antiquity of th'.n
coin. Us history is ind. hblv written in
h.v.i, hard as adamant, and certainly more
thousands of years oi l than human his
tory has iwir recorded. This specimen
Mr. Garlick estimates as beyond value for
archeology. The fact established by tins
specimen is that civilization existed here
at the time of tho first flow of lava, as
corn does net grow without tho labor ot
man tor ns cuo iv.u u.n. aic a o au ..o
grow corn may understi'.nd that they are
iollowiug liie industrial pith marked cut
by m. n ft ho inhabited these mountains be
iore Gre; ce or Rome, befure Th.ebtS or Al-ex-ndiia
hi. 1 been dreamed of.
The ruins l.ftw extant in this country
known to be of great antiquity are mod
ern compared to the e.r.tiqui'y of tho peo
ple who cultivated and piled up the corn
preseivedby this lirst llow of lava which
is noV to be read 'oy the scieutiKis un.u of
the world.
I !i.vv:;-'r-vd S. S. S. tor debility result
ing Iriun chills and fever, and h tve found
it to be tho best tonic and appetizer that 1
ever fecit. It id.-o prevented tun return of
.... . o .........
Cue cMUs. a- o. rt.Mi.i.s.,
Eureka Spiniir-', Ark.
Dk k no::Miooi;i:!'. is u respected and
well-to-do colon d citizen of Springfield,
Mo. He says that one bottle if Shift's
Specif.c cured both hinis. II and wife ot a
iroiiblesouie eruption of (tie skin.
Mu. V. C. W ii it J', is engineer on about
nn the Arkansas liver, and his address is
Little R-H-k. He saj's that S. S. S. has re
lieved him ol blood poison, which was the
result of malaria, and that it pic-vents
chilis and fe verby toning up the system.
He tak'a it in the spring and summer
nnnihs to prevent si, kness from the mal
aria of the sv.anqH oo the nn r.
Mu. L. M. Gi ri i.LA, of Vi. kshing, Mis-
stn,,; naca Unit his svstem was poisoned
i i "
i the c xi c.ssive use
He
1TLW3 NUGGETS.
Various Itrnis of News (lathered from Otir
l-. liaiv,'esan.l other Sources.
Yuma See t": Tho wild hemp which
grows so lux'iH mtly on tho Colorado river
bottom land will bo of preut valuó in the
near inline. Experimental tests havo
proven the I b o of tho wild hemp to be
superior to t'iat.of jute, tul the cheapness
with which it, can bo laid down in the Cal
ifornia main-tt is another great advantage.
Xkw Me- lean: In the ease of the Unit
ed Siates v , J. French Cooper, the local
land office lias just ri ndeted a decision.
Cooper ma Jo a pre-emption filing on the
I'ecos rier. the land carrying valuable
timber, ai d he was charged with having
taken up tie: lanel for tho purpose chiefly
of eeo'.iinp the timber. Tho United
States limlur agent reported tho entry for
r.aiice'ilaliin; tho entry was accordingly
snspeme d and a hearing ordered. Testi
mony was taken and the local office now
decides that Mr. Cooper is shown to hn.'e
substantially con.pli'd with tlie law. The
evidenn shows tint Cooper cleared the
laud of timber for the purposo of carrying
cut the provisions of the pre-emption act,
using what timber he could in improviug
bis place an l sidling the surplus, which he
clearly had a right to do. Indictments for
alleged cutting of public timber are pend
ing before the courts, and this decision by
the local land ofliV will haye an important
bearing upon these cases.
.1
B
E. 0. -LI AYER
Dealer In
ZEfceeui Estate
I make a specialty of eattling: people
en O-o eminent Land..
Room for thohsadhs to take homes on Oovernmont Laud, with plenty of Water, Timber
and Feed for Block.
Tac CUniatc and Poll is eqtiRl to the best in California.
Apply or write with stamps to
LORDSiiURG - UHAiNl'LUUMi
NEW MEXICO
of to
Dill.
SIB
with nicotine f
bacco in smoking cig.uvtt
not sleep, his appetite was gone, and he
was in a bad fix generally. He took S.
S. S., which drove out the poison ami
muele a ne.v man of him.
Tho Hon. S. I'. Foster g eve, in his
specpei. ati. iur.tujcjipn is.'.cin.i iv )
terestmg aeecjiit ol the pr.ioee.aiigs ol
the legislature and some ot the bills which
were passed ami were not pa-scl there,
v Is., of I, an i, a n hills ol a Ve rv p. -ron ions
character, which were p-t bills of a cer
ium political boss, which were put to sleep
cm the table nover to awake. Mr. Foster
denounced the unfair representation given
to Sicira and Giant counties in the consti
tutional convention', showii.g how his rem
oiistrnhce was unavailing ngaiiiat the de
termination ol eel Lam members to injure
SiiTru end Grant counties III this respe ct,
I y udhearing to the Census ol 1"'- J us a
basis ol i-epre.-eiitatioii, said 1'ensu.s having
been taken at a time U b.ic Me-n.i iMUiiiy
was formed, iiiid when theie were only a
f.iw pa p.-etois iu the lü.ok f inge; wlien
tho to-Mi-of Chloride, l'auview, lU-ni.ot.i,
Kingston, Lake Valley, mid Dcining were
Hot luCuteíd. - Hindi Rung.
Tho assessed valuation ol San l!i'iiel
county thia year is 0,500,000.
A Nav.no buck was the purchaser of a
fino seal skin rnp with fur ear tmiifHs
from a Gallup merchant ono day tins
It '. vt winter ho will buy a' pair of
....iten In-.., ..-lies f.iol a straw hat. Such is
ilel einnir tho tlllOnllisticated 80119 of
the lores!. -News-Register.
Tlie school leathers of Doña Ana county
vc-ti! bold a two eltivs institute ut Las Cruces
during the last week in this month.
Albuquerque Citizen: Henry V. Harris
is one of the most accomplished book keep
ers in Now Mexico. Ho is county clerk,
and his records show that tho total l
i e . a ,.f n. I.. ; fclM 917 'V'l
lie in o le ss. oi e hit -iv i. . j -,
A writer in tho Democrat tries to mako it
appear that the debt is 250,000. The
county has public buildings to show for
most of its indebtedness, and its county
warrants are nt par.
' Tho Ainrie:ns are said to be switching
on their drink system. Tho latest statis
tics show that sincelSl) there liar, been a
decrease of more than Í.0 per cant per cap
ita in the consumption of distilled spirits;
an increase of 100 per cent in the consump
tion of wines, and an lucreano of 000
cent iu malt liquors.
Optic: J. I!. II'.wcll, ranching at Cabra
Springs, was in town to-day, and he is
very justly elated over an extraordinary
piece of live slock which he has recently
came iu possession of. The e. p. 1. s. is a
i,.,:r...-.. ,1C i.l.r.iit tli.ee months old and
this peculiar in rival h.-. two leps flowing
out of its shoulders, thus equipping it
with six legs in all, which would seem an
ample cndowni. at for the most ambitious
calf in this country. The two unexpected
legs sprout from the top of the calf's
shoulders and .ire about half 'the norm:'!
size. They have a hoof on them like
those of a hor.se and there is a dew-claw
on each leg. Tut call has only ono rye
and back of o:.e of its.shoe.hh rs is a small
horn about an inch in length. It has ulso
twice the usual number of shoulder blades
all perfectly formed. This nion-tios:ty is
fat and in fiood health ami evidently en
joys tlie pi-Ospect ahead of it ol goiug ou
tlie road as the star attract ion ol a nunc
museum wiih a valet to wail upon 't.
Albuqu oque Citizen: There are parties
ill old Albuquerque oppo.-ing statuhood bo-
,...s.. II,.,-- have been told that under a
stale oove.iiinentall the men will bo coin
lu-lleil to serve live years iu the uiuiy with
out pay.
Eutei prise. The people in Florence are
. . 1 I.. ..... ..11 ll.u
ieai'lllg iiOlulllg llll.eeilie- eu ocvu.o
io.lor.H lia II llOsslhld lor tllO U0 of the
scn.iloiial irrigation commit tee when it
a. i-lees in the territory. On Saturday Mr.
Henry Enchinan, the photographer, re
cvivee! a better fioiu the committee. 1 hey
.ue ir;) n of s.vuiiiig a Luge number ol
i-.es of tho ilil'ier-nt icei'voir tile in Fi
nal
teV
rhinix Anzonan: Talk about your
trusts. I'henix has one of the most unique
in the United States. Tho Chinese here
hve formed a syndicate ami run an me
restaurants. It a mail is ut.ible to pay
his board at one he cannot obkain it ut an
other, and if a white liriii síaets into the
bu duets the CI m, who have a monopo
ly in gardening, boycott the Cau 'anians, or
charge them a hig'j.T price: for green gro
ceries than their .V.oni;oliaii partners pay.
surt ZBrotlb-ers
"WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BÜTCIIERS
luf lnir'tho best fiicllltks In the Southwest wo are prepared to furnish cuioniers Vttli
sh
lie
até
In any quantities and at reasonahlo prieta.
Market on First street, opposite Southern Paolllo depot, sciuth side.
LOUDSBURG
:.I
NEW MEXICO
jsms,. ""! r"S
FreiiMcr anil Dealer in Ecayy H-tiwire ;
STEI, TICKS AND MINERS' SU1TL1ES,
1'OWDER, CAES AND FUSE,
HAY AND G11A1N AND BLACKSMITH'S COAL.
-. . nSTe-sxr Iviexico.
jorc2.s"bT-irfrr
J. CltltlSTIE,
Scic'y and Ticas.
C. C. FITZtiKltALD,
Prest, and (ion. Me.iiaK
G. E. FlTnOF.HALD. . '
Superlntcndout.
'fiio International S melting Comanf
TZ1 IPaac, Tescas.
l'Alli II' CAPITAL
500,006
. . r w v v r a ri á f ti i Üf
BUYERS OF SILVER, LEAD AND COFFER OlltiS. will. JiAai, Aooaia.
TESTS AND REF0RT8 IN ALL CLASSES
OF MINERALS.
OFFICE Kl Paso Texas, Nos. 3
and 1 Bronson
Paso, Texas.
Dlock. WOKK.S Cotton Avenue, 1,1
J. HOfCHEU.
N. VCK,
II. CLASSEN.
Site mtt k Classen,
.uuntV, and want Mr. I'uchman. to
bis anoaratus nm1. 10 and take them.
i!
IS í REAL ESTATE A
Coirespondeiice polloiu.:!.
LOIiliSHUUO
Gins
NEW MEXICO
A lioiid Apnettte
Is e.s. utiicl to g.io.l he aliii; but at tins fcea
soii ilis often lost, owing to '.he poverty or
impurity uf the blood, derangement of the
digestive oiiiaiis, and the weakening etl'.-ct
uf the chaniug season. lfoud'a Sarsiip
ir.lla is a woinlei ful medicine for creating
an appetite, toning the dig"tioc, mid giv
ii.g streng' h to the whole system. Now
isthetinio to take it. lie e,uro to g, t
I'.ood'o Üai.sapaiilla.
Eanle Dim Stare
,d!U
s3
Deiilor in
PTATloNr.KY.
TDlJ.l'T unit
FANCY AKTICI.l
roiiAcco
cii.
A li.s Hint
is.Miii;i:usi'
ilfl'ICM-.S
FLAY III G CARDS.
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