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FRIDAY, OCTOHER 24, JK'H). Rrglslcr. Rt'glfiti'.r to-morrow. Rogltitcr to-morrow. It Is your last lañe. Col. Bill Wells was In from Gold ill Monday. W. T. Illison, the El Taso Jewler, Jas in the city Friday. Tuff are re now sixty-seven names In the Lordsburg registration list. Mrs. McGinnJs of Deminff, can up io Lordsburi? this week with her eon Fell. ILirry Small made a trip to El Taso Monday and purchased a large line of holiday goods. Antonio Gallardo of Deming spent Sunday in town visiting his brother, RanionKtUUirdo. C. E. Schutz made a trip to CI if Ion Saturday and spent Sunday there on important business: Tom Woods, who has been working for Wells-Fa tg Company for several months as an extra man, returned honre this week. "Honest Oscar," Col. Head's would be deputy shentT, arrived in town Tuesday about dusk, and took the midnight train for Deming to consult the buns. QooRíc W. GirrA master mechanic of the Southern Pacific road at Tuc son, has resigned his position and niftiv are the guesses as to who his successor will be. To-morrow Is the last day on which voters can be registered under the new law, and it is very important for every voter to see that he is registered. Have you done so? John B. Aóáit the democrat? can didate for assessor was in the city this week. Hr. Adair is a very p5easant gentleman, but he is too old to stand the strain incident to making an as sessment of Grant county. That is a job which needs a young man. Mrs. Ibos. Clark left for Tucson thin wwk to meet her husband who is now statioued there. L. X. Coin stock reports that his family is now very pleasantly located in Tncson. The LiBKiiAi, is sorry to see two sucn estimable families leave town. Mrs. McGrath has been very sick the past week and for a day or so her life was dcvnred of, but we are g!ad to know that she is now much better. Her case was so serious that Dr. Simp son sent after lr-. 'ftviiTicM for con sultation and telegraphed for Lem and Herb XcGrath, who arrived from Las Cruces on Tuesday. Last Saturday evening when Mike Ryan sad his section harii), who have cluirge of the Summit section on the Arizona & New Mexico road, about 18 miles northwest of town, were going to the section house for supper they met a Mexican about half a mile from the. section hoeise, when Ihey arrived thev found supper nearly ready, but the Chinaman cook was missing There was considerable blood about the cook room which aroused suspicion and a search was made for the China man. Noises were heard in a cky well about l."0 feet deep, and a piece of telegraph wire was twisted around one of the men and he win let down. At t.toe.bottom he found the China man, unconscious. lie bent the wire aroundühiin and the men above drew him up and drew up the section man. Uim examination it was found the Chinaman had been hit on the head with an axe and then taken to the well and dumped in. The. Mexican they had met was the only man they had seen, so they took the hand car, went down' the track and at the point of a shot gun captured the fellow. The Chinaman died In about two hours, and never recovered consciousness. The Mexican was brought to town under arrest. Judge Titus empaneled a coroner's Jury and went out and held an inquest, where the above facts were brough out, also the fact that the prisoner's coat was bloody. The prisoner, who gave the name of Juan Chaves, said he knew nothing of the killing, he came along the railroad, that just before he got to the section bouse he had an attack of nose bleed lug, when he got to the house, all was quiet, he did not go in, but went to the water barrel, washed his face and then traveled on. The examination was iu;tie, and the blood was fonud where he said he bled. On the other side it was shown that the supper was nearly ready, showing the deed had been committed but a short time, that the Chin.iuian liad orders to feed no tramps, that the Mexican's tracks measured t lie same as the tracks leading to the well, that uo other tracks were fuunü ami no other per son was seen, thus giving the presum tion Chave3 had asked the Chinaman for food, that he had been denied, and had killed him out of revenge or for the purpose of robbery. The evidence was all circumstantial but strong. Judge Titus committed the Mexican to the county JttU to await the action of the grand jury. Deputy Sheriff Ownby took him to Silver City Monday Dlght. ABOUT MATTEK3. The Republicans have put tip1 one of the stroiuigest tickets that has been brought to the attention of Grant county voters In years. It Is. a symetrlcal well balanced tle'tet from candidate for the teirl toral council down to county com missioners. Speaking of county Commissioners, that is one the most peculiar ofllces in the territory. It is Important, very important, for tho commissioners spend the county money, and on their economical and Judicious management depends whether the county has money in the treasury or is bankrupt. Despite the Importance of the office the salary attached to it is nominal, being but five dollars per day for the time actually employed. Still if the Commissioners are so inclined they car. make a very handsome rcveii'ie out of the office, as has often been demon strated in past years. Under these clrcumslances there Is only one class of men who should be elected to the office, that Is the heavy tax payer, and the reasons are : A heavy tax payer is deeply interested in economical management of county affairs, and Is financially able to lose the time and money necessary in the proper conduct of the olllce. On the other hand if a poor man is a candidate for the r!ee it arouses suspicion. Xot contributing largely to the support of the county he Is not interested in the economical manage ment of county afairs, again as there Is a good chance to make for himself by not being ecomomical for the coun ty a poor man would be more liable to dono than a rich one. Rearing these facts in mind, study the two tickets, and see who should be elected commissioners. There is a vast difiera nee in the amount of taxes paid by the men on the differnt tickets. The Liukiial has taken the trouble to examine the tax roll to see Just how large this difference is. On the republican side from the first district is Aigus Campbell, one of the partners of the Lyons & Camp bell Company, which pays this year taxes amounting to $2,105. Lyons, Campbell & Rarron pay 71.40. The San Vicente company, which is owned by Lyons & Campbell, pay 78U,SO. In the second district is John lirock- mau who pays &"!0,S0 taxes. In addition to this Mr. Urockman is president of Silver City Rational bank which pays $70, taxes. In the third district is Richard P. Hart. Mr. Hart is large stockholder in and manager of the Hart Itrothers Land and Cattle compauy. The taxes amount to l,4.fetf. The total taxes paid by thejnterests represented by these three men are $.'1,(158.60. Which is more than one twentieth of the taxes paid in the county. It is safe to say they would be interested in tiw welfare of county finances. On the other ticket in the third dis trict is T. S. Robinson, a DeinillK merchanV, who pays $Hi,40, a little over one dollar to his opponent's ten. In the second district is J. W. Upton, who pays $.10,10. While in the first district is Judge Renuett who pays this year three dol lars and sixty coats. W ny should a man who only pays $.1.(i0 taxes be so anxious to have a chance to spend the county money': The sum total of taxes paid by these three men who desire to have the handling of nearly $100,000 a year for the next two years is $180.10 and one man pays more than three fourths of that. The taxpayers who desire an econom ical management of county affairs will undoubtedly vote the right ticket. $5,(558,80 to $180.10, the difference is interesting. After his accident here last week Engineer Gardner sent in his resigna tion. Master Mechanic Carrol refused to accept the resignation and Hied a discharge against Gardner. Gardner thinks it pretty hard that Carrol would not fxU'iKl the same courtesy to him that the chief engineer extend ed to Carrol, namely, to accept, the resignation, but consoles himself with the knowledge that he can retire to his ranch and count his cat tle on a hundred hills while Carrol is an applicant for a pesition as an en gineer of a San francisco horse car. Ed M. Young, the popular Silver Citv postmaster, who Is a candidate for probate clerk on the democratic ticket, was in the city Tuesday, but received au Important telegram call ing him home, lie expects to return to this portion of the county before the campaign closes. Mr. Young 1 the best fitted for the position he um pires to of any man on the democratic ticket. Tlie republican candidate1!! Messrs. Ancheta, Lock hart, McAiilnch and Steth and Chief Hustler Lairti left or Friday night. They went to Hachita nnd from there started for the north ern part of the county. The llist the LiflfciiAL he'd rd of them idej wtié leaving Silver City und still hail their "git thar" move on. , Silver City the seat of scandal again: comes to the front with a tragedy, that Is, it furnishes the actors although' the scene Is laid in El Paso. G. Plane and the wife of a man named Croenne left. Silver City, went to El Paso and put up at the St. Charles. In the morning they did not get up, their room was broken open and the couple found dead in bed, tho Woman with a hole In her frorehedd find the man with one in his temblé, both Caus ed by shots from a 41 Colts six shooter, which Plane still had In his haiid. No cause can be given for the killing'. The husband of the woman, as is often tho case in Silver City, knew about the intimacy between the two and made-no objections to its continuance. Six months In the territory three months in the county and thirty days in the precinct are the legal require ments for voters at the coming elec tion. Win. Hutuhinstn, ( Benton, Iliino'S, waile dtalin? in cattle and horsvt iu Texas la.it September, win taken with a very srvtta attack ef cholera, morbus and diar rhoea, coming he supposed, from a change of drinkiue; water. A local tlriiyyiat ad vistd hmi to take Chamberlain's Colic, Ckolar and diarrhoea remedy, Th sec ond dos, be sajrs, effected a complete, lure, aod he now takes pleasure in recum nmndinu it to others. For ale at 25 aud 50 cent per bottle at E-igl i drug store. Grand halt Will be given at the old Post Office at Shakespear, Friday eve, Oct. 31st 1890. A cordial invitation extended to all. Good music in attendance. L. L. D. Pro. Notice to Miners. Twenty first class miners wanted at the Stephenson-Bennett mine, four teen miles from Las Cruces, New Mex ico. G. D. I'eonev. . H. DA NR. President. F. H. 81 E HOLD. Cashier. Of the Condition of the First National Bank Of Dcming, New Meiloo, OCTOREU 2, 18!K). ltesuuruea. Loans and dlsoounts tlM1.0i0 HI U. S. bonds to seo uro circulation... 86.000 00 Other stock and bonds 13,:7 94 Real estate furniture and fixtures, 82.436 10 Premium 4,UK5 95 Five per oont fund with U. 8. treas urer 1.1ZC 00 Cash on hand and duo from othor banks 4Í.902 Í0 Totftl $300,.V.S uu Unburn. Capital tVock 5100.0OO ftl Surplua fund aud uudividúü proílU U.U48 74 Circulrttfon 23.500 00 Deport lt!3,f!t.3í Total. . WO0,.')tlS 0-J I, F. H. 8iieuti,r. Cash or, dosolomnly uwnar that tho above tatomont is oorrect to the hct of my knowlcdjro nnd brliof. K H. SlEUOl.D, i'uAa.er. Sworn to before Finn M. Smith notary pub lic, Uutobrr 11. lS'JO. To D. C. Roberta : Yon aru bvrby notiflod that I hnvo xtfnd cd one htiLnirt'd dol lain in labor and hnurov nifMi'H on trie Miter a Chant lode, ituuid In tlin VirKinia miulni: dinuk;t. Grant county, Nuw M'.'iieJ. HííhfivfH by rMtioii of lonation rveordod in book ono folio WW, mining loca tion rwurdr, in the ofrioo or th reeordor of mt id county, iu order to hold aoid prmiiHu un dor I ho provmioDH of acet::a revmed Mtututcs of tho ruitod Stated, beinrj tho amount required to hold tUa khitio for i be your Bndiriif IV-oeniber 31. and if within nlriuty dayd from the publiratiou of ini police yon fail or rofufcti to coatrtnuto yout proportion ol tuioh (txptindlture aa a uo-ownor. totfotbor wilu tiio cants of ttiia pubitunt-iou, your in tor em in fcjiiid ulftira will boooma the property of tho bulffcoriber, under said nwtiontii W. T. Ahhisotoh. Fir tt publlcatioo July lío, 1M. Lordshnre;, Grant Co. X. M. To V. T. Arrlngton: Take notice that I ?ent you at your address given me by the publisher of this paper, twenty-tlvc dollars In gold coin by Wells, Fargo & Co's. Express on the Kith of October, and that I also paid for the publication of your forfei ture notice addressed to me and pub lished in this paper. 1 have also de posited twenty-Hvo dollars with the publisher of this paper in case of the non-delivery of said express package to you. Said twenty-five dollars Is subjoet to your order provided the ex press package did not reach you. D. C. Iioberts. The undersigned holds the twenty Ave dollars as above stated. I). H. Kedzie, Publisher Liberal.' Lordsbmg, Oct. 22. 1BU0 !! TU ü CMLMBRAXMD . . . . y smith & wesson ; "REVOLVERS; H Tilt Finest Imall Armt Ever Manulactured. 1 H UsrlvaledO , ' Vi''T1 j y lor c bbbI lilAiiaiAu y duhabilITY, EXCELLENCE L. WORKMANSHIP CONVENIENCE la U LOAUINfiand SAFETY. Bewate of cheap iron Imltatlona-i g ieni for Illustrated Catalogue and Price list to y SMITH & WESSON. ' B HVRlNGilULO, MASB. Costea Report ta J J R. P. Hart, who arrived home from L.i Vegas last Thursday staid but a few days. The contract for feeding the cattle which he has with Kansas parties expires on the ilrst of Novem ber and he has to be there to make further arrangements. Mr. Hart is unable to travel except by the aid of crutches although his doctors promise him complete recovery. He may con tinue his eastern trip td New York and there consult specialists on such diseases. , ' , DnfiMi Can't be Cared, by lecal applications, its tbey eaa not reach the diseased portion ef Thnre it enly one way to erne and that is by censtiutienal tie ear. Deafness, remedies. Deafness it caused by an inlawed tradi tion ef the tnncout lining of the Eusta chian Tate. When tbit tube gets in Bamed yen bate a rnnibliag tonnd ea im perfect hearing, and when it it entirely tened Daafnest is the result, and unless the inflammation1 a be takea out and this Ub restored t its aormal condition, bearint; will be destroyed fOitver. niae cases out ef l r caused by batarrh, which is noteihi' bat an infUined erudi tion ef the maeeite fiirfaect. We will fire One .Hundred Dolluts for any ease ef Deafness (a. by Catatrh) that we c net care by taking flail's Ca tarrh Cure. Bead far circulo.., free. f. J. Cbknhy A Co., Toledo, 0. l2P"Sold by Prnirpits. "Sc. SuMtfru CoMpi.amr. A diujpist at Butt. Hancock county, Ioth, relates kit experience with this disease at follows: During tie tunimor -of 18S2, my little girl, two jears ef age, wat taken seriosly ill with summer complaint, s common to children of that tgx. and after being treated li.y a physician and getting no bet ter, I took from my shelves a bottle ot Chamberlain's colic, oholera nnd diarrhoea remedy. Ebe felt reherid after the first dose, and in three days was entirely woll. Ai.ex Mont. If yoa want to buy a watch, clock or di amond, or if you want your Watch re paired in Brut class shape send to Gao. W. Hickox A Hixsox, Ef Paso Texas. Having rented Hart Brothers' shop and purchased the butch er business I have the only butcher shop in town. If you want meat come and see me. C. B. SCHUTZ. R 1.. rovi ict.. C. 8. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Dealer In all kind of Land county maps by mall 5U centa. Scrip. Grant V. O. box 3. Silver City, Now Mexico t. r. coxwir, u. a. fostr. W. A- littlll. CO0AT, POSEY & HAfEIÍIS ATrORUKYS A stb OOUXSKLOJJ3 AT LAW Nbvt Mexico. J. O. BAIL. J. A. AM OHVTA. HAIL AMCIIIÜT.4. L i Attornays-at-Law Will practln Iu the oourU ol ttie Third Judi. rial Diatrlct and In tho Suprome Court ef the Territory. BMver Cttr. New Mexico. VKALBH3 II IKPOHTKD and DOMEHT1C WINES, L10U0RS AND Billiard HaU arUuhed. Music every night. Ariacua Olifton The Coronado RESTAURANT ANO Short Order House Ouisine first class. Attentive Waiters. The tables supplied with everything tha' can be had in the mar ket. ' - James Mener. OppotLttf epot( A RIZO X i la lOTGf Mil BANK EXCHANGE, en o ice wish, liquors axd cwajm. Corner first and K topeare etrnxe, Lonhburr . Mew Mezleo WO. 4. APPMCATIOX FOB A PATKWT. V. 8. Lard Orricá tt Carc. N.M, I . Au. V. t). f Notice Is horotir airen tttti th3 While Tow er minina; and milling- companv. by Its artor-ny-tn-fKot Uwirge H. I'ttiT, wlio postcttlt-o acl(lm, is Silror CUT. Urnnt wonlj, fl.-w Moilco, has this day illpd Its application fir a patent for tho "Oraud Tower Hlaoer mine" contulnlnir : l. seros of land.ailualxd In Hold Hill mliiiiis; district, county of Orsnt and torrltory or Now Mnxicu and designated li the Held notos and otlicm! plKt on tile In this otliceas mt no k-V Hi township twontr-one south range Sixtoen west of New Moitoo prin cipal hase and tmiridlan, said lot no b&) bring described as follows, to-wlt ; HeglttniiiK al cor no 1 loe oor a franttesUinn 3Cx I..16 In set S In around with mound of s'.nno marked 1-k.H from which theoorto town slil,s 1 ana t raniros Is and 17 w of the New Xioxico principHl hne and meridian bears t 4.ri dog 5 mln w U7I2 feet distant. Oak 1i ins diameter blazed and marked TIT 1-K bears n K4 dea H) mln w 1 IV. B feet distant. Oak lit las diameter blazed and marked 11T l-CSt bears n IU deir ta mln e -,tt. feet dltant. Oak II) ins dlnmnter blazed und marked IiT 1-f.H twars a 4 irg (tt min w 2 feet dlnent. Oitk V inn diameter liuM-d and marked UT Ik m i s 7? dog 41 mln e 10 feet ihMlint. Thoneo n G'i dea- e. var 12 dog 10 min e. Line runs along 11 sino or Canyon valley 157 feel a Juniper W, inn dia blazed and marked 1,T K!v on line -KH) feet to cor no B loo cor a granite stone Ahx'-Mx 10 Ins set S In (rround markei 2-K.1l from whieh an 011k 14 Ins diame ter blazed and marked HT S-ti.M bears n 64 dug 3b min e Ii7 leet dipinnt. Oak 1 His dlHttiotet' blnzed and marked I)T t-K.1i bonin s Ki deg 2 hiln e Hi fuet distant. Ox k 18 Ins diameter blnzed and marked IIT hers s 24 deg :V mln w fa fi foot dlntant. Oe.k 'M ins diameter Mazod and marked ÜT fc-KSi tieiirt n 74 deg 40 mln w 2S foot distant. 1 henee e S dog e var 12 dog e list feet Arroya and road Silver City and Gold Hill n e and s w IV) root Kntor small ridre or broken ground bears n e and M fret 'I , cor ne 4 sur no 828 white Tower tíitnlng and nulling company claimant thonue along line 4- I ur no (ti OKI feet To oenU !" cer went end of sur noP28 800 foot Leave linAru ground enter Canyon valloy road to mine 0 uiid n w arroya courses wtkio ft To cor no 8 log nor a granite stono 28x2iiil4 Ins sets In grou.-vi with mound of atone marked -K and 1-82 hnv.pr also eor no sur 110 K2 from which a lunlner !6 Ins diamoter blazed and Earkod JIT KC0 beast t M oog 20 nnu e M'rf root dist. A whlto oak IU Ins diam blazed and marked RT n-R'ÍQ bt, ra i floir IS mill ft UM foot, llist. A black oak 12 Ins dla blazed and marked DT bears s 71 dog 10 min w 2 ft dlst. White Timer penk boars n it deg 54 mln e. Thence s 7 deg IS mln w var 12 deg o 60 feet Leuve valley n o mid a w lino rune along ridge s side of valley f foet Gulch course t w 14KJ feet . Uulch course B w SnfiU feet (lulch course s w 21.rii).2 foet To oor no 4 loe oor a granito stone APil4x12 ins set S In ground with mound of stono marked 4 K2V from which a granite lioulder In placo bears s ft deg M mln e 27 ft. dtst, marked 4-HK. A iitnilier 14 ins diam blazed and mark. ed HT 4-X2J bears n 70 deg 26 mln e 4U.6 feet dlst. No moni bcarlmrs avriinblo. Thence n 2 deg w var 11 deg 46 mln o 60 feet liuicli course s w rv toot Arrovacourae a w imrt feot Line pusses botween two oak trees 1R Itia In diam blazed and marked on side lacing line LT P2U tl&O feet Koad WITcr City and nold Hill ne nnd tw 700 feet to cor no one nlnce of beirililiiliir. Magnetic variation 11 deg 4 mln snd IS deg 10 mine, coutMiiiliig ;ra 4 acres. J lie kicat on ut tins mine is recorded in tue recorder's otflce or Grant oountv. New Mexi co In hook 14 of mining locutk n reoorda at uairo 14;!. Adjolnibg olalmants arc survey no B28 White lower mining ano mining t'juipuuy ciuun- ants, fco otners known. Any and all persous claiming aiverseiy any txirtlun of said Urand Towef Placer mino are roiuirel to fllo then advurso claims with U10 register of tho United Htntes land ottiw at wis Cruces in the territory 01 New Mexico during the sixty days period of publication Hereof, or tney will be onrrcu Dy virtue 01 uiu provisions 01 me situuie. BAMUKI. V. Nl t HIA, IteglSTnr. NO 548 APPLICATION FOB FATKNT U. S. Lvnd Ofkicb Las Cruces, N. 31. Auirust 'Si, líU0. Kottcr- Ip brrrhv alwn that fleo. H. Utter. whuHB pOHtolH to adilre U Silver CUy. Grant tiounty. Now M ox loo, bus this day Hied Inn up- plivtttliin lur ii puU'nt ittr ititAi linear root ui I lie MlnueapoliH lo-lo mtnoor vein benrinKoid Mini mivcr, with surfuoo vround WJÜ loot in width ft tinted In "ld Hill mlnlnir dintrict, county of linint nnd territory of New Mexico, and dVrirnut.-'i ty the Hold notes und otlicm! pint on till-Iu thm ntlico n lot No. NW, In township 2 eniintfp It w of Now Mexico prln. clpal huno und in r'diun, stilfl lot No, bik) bo lnr drtMOilbed as I'dIIowh, to-wlt: UeirlnntiiK at cor h, i, toe tor a rrunirc Htone -S.xlisb) Inn, vt S In (rround wit mound oí sfriiir mni ked 1-NA fnmi which tho cor to coos fHi. 31 Htid 3rt t 1 . bet miiK IK und 17 wont of tho Mew Mexico principal biirie and meridiHii bear r 0 tfg M niiti w Htfl feet diít. No othir botirinir Rvallüble. Thence u iin (bK rln u, var V dog- uo mm o, Dfrtownilinif I4i-Ti it pulch. course nw, lTriHI ft to cor No-loe cor a ffi anite Htotio StxiXtiH lnt Ret . In rround witli mound of Htone marked 2-3v from which Rocky Point hears s 1 dK tO min e, bhifi em. ol mokoiioh runice netrs n it de? C6 nun w, IVuk benm n 6i acg 1j min , no moro iH-ar-injv'i uvutlHblo. Them-e n M dew l' inin w var 1'J dcfffVi mlu o. l)Hcondina- lin ft niinie ffuleb eom-so dw lino iu jf ulch Hl ft to north end center, a ftcunito Btono ItfxWxfl inp Bet S in groiiRd with niotiua or acone mHrken n..-u íua iuei lertvo ifiilrh c)iiro nw iuki tvvt to corner Wo 3 loe eor a fft unite slone rJiltix4 Ins cet S in RTtu'nd with mound of stone marked 3-t.iO, no boariuj.' available. Thence h h oc im min w var 1 1 near mi" Arieeudinfl: 7fKl fcut fftileh courso north- wutU feet to corner No. 4 location eor a black i)unrt.ilo Htouu ixIfixU Ins ut S iu (fioiiiid witn uiounii or Hione maracu from which MokoIIoii Penk bearn u 4 dnjr U7 tnin w, couical peak boars a Jw deg 43 iniu w, no other bearinjffi available. Thence b .n uk nun o, var i- no(r u.- nun e. ft Graded road to mine n aud a 300 ft to south end center, a granite boulder in place marked xBXVM and U'onnd of stono 6ot) ft to cor No I. place of beu nin. Maunetio variation 11 uk 45 mln, and 12 dog ft") nnu e.coiH.tinuui IH.tl uci ch. The locution of Una mine ib reeonlCfl in tlie recorder h otliee of (iraiu county, New Mexico, In hook li pn'i '.W'A uilniiiK location records. 1 he adloinitiK- clinmaiup nm maoBnormí mining claim m uel by i). W tJinimiJKlniui. Any it lit l all ncrMonK cmimiuv auveieiy any fortion of fai(i Minneapolis lode mino or aur ace ground aro iviiiued to tile their adverne elaiuiD with thu Ueginturof the I' ntted feitiiLes land olllee at ban t rueca in tho territory Oi New Mexieo durinif the txly duys period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provision of the Matute. No 541. Applioationfor Patent U. 8. LaHd OrrtCE. IiAB Cnuna N. M. I Aniiust at, uo. ( Notice Is honhy priven that tho "White Towit minina' and uilllino; enmnany" by its atornnv-ln-fiiPt, (nrrl1 H. lTtlr. whose post- ortico ailil:--s Is SHvc:! t'lty, (Irant coiinly. New Mexico, has tills day flli'd Ita application for a pau'iit for l.fion linear foot each of tie 'Grauil Tower," "fitornier" anil "Monitor" minesor veins bearing jfolit and silver with surtace frround tsu teut tti wntth on eneb, situaUMl In (old Hill mining ilisit-lot. ooiin ty of Grant aud territory of New Mexico, anil rinelKuati d hy tbi? field note and ottleiai plat on Me in this oilice aa Ixit uuiuber K&l a. b and e iu township twenty-one south, rauire sixtoeu west of thu New Mexico priniripal nuie and morldinti. said Lot number Kai a, b and o boiug descritx-d as follows, to-wlt: The boundary of survey number W1 a, "Grand Tower Lode" tw'ins at corupr No. 1 loc oor a e-ranite stone Wx'-'ixli! in set H tri around w itb mound of atone marked l-PAA t rom which the corner to seetlons 6, (t, aj ftnd ÍK between towns 21 and Bi soul D ib range 16 west of the New Mexico principal baH and meridian bears s deir 22 mío w ti et dist. Nnother bearmtrs available. tbenre Dt2dr 00 mm e. var 12 teg 00 tnip e 2ft) fot Gulch oourse q w P60 feet yijlcb course D w and asoend 1Ó00 foet to cor no t loc cor on summit of rldVo D and t a iusr.nte sit né 4il0i tn se S Id gwiai n ii.U a mound of atone niarke.f f9StA. From which a juniper tree It InnlinS In dlSmelor blarwl and marked h TS-R-inA bears n 10 dea 15 mln e IV I ft distant. A Jnnlner tre lf Inches tn dlanaater btáset and marked BItCTi bears s He dc 16 mlu rSO feet distant. No more bearings Tálla le. Thence n 3 dtr 00 mln w, Var It dej 00 mln e. A (UlIT Summit of rídire n and s dn,eendtnir Ann ft to eastern! oenter a irranlte sums lnilTjiiln sot H tn rrfiund wih a inoond of stme mark ed KC-GT, from whirh a Juniper In Inches In diameter blazed and maiked HT. HC IjI bear n o ilea- rsi mln e M foot distant. feet mni'mit or rMite tieera n w descend alone- east side of rlilire sun ft to cor no 8 luoatlou oor a jrrnnlte stone KilMxlO ins set S In uniiind with mound or stone markeil -S2n A from which a iunler 10 Ins In diameter blase; and marked 1)1 8-fCtA bears n 111 ds(f Su nun 44 feet distant. A while oak lit ins In diameter blared and marked BTn-KMA beart I 70 deg 80 mln 1r T Qllt ft. The e e "rne of "Ptortncr" mltllnr aislin beart s 2 n( tio mln w 1,0 feet dlsuut. Nu more bearings available Thence i tí dcr 00 mln v. Var lit dí M rein e. Ascending S.vt ft summit of rldiro n w and t tloiend fin ft guie1! course w Wet) ft point of connect works to lofsl ft uleh course t w IMS) ft to eor no 4 loo cora erarme stone aixinx ins set S In around with r.iound or stone marked 4-KMA from which a double oak a Inches In di ameter blared and marked HT 4-S20A beers a Sfidea; At mln e and s M deir ti mln e lu8 foet distant. No morn bearlntre arailablo. Thenee s 3 deir 00 mln e. Var It der CO mln e hi feet Gulch coursew 100 fret Rend to mine n w an 1 e t7f- fe"l Gulch oourse n w si ft to west end center In irulnh course n wa a-ranlte atone 2xlnxA Int set S In around with mound of stone mark ed WW) r from which a white oak la Ins Iu diamoter bears a -S deg 46 mln e 46.6 feet dist ant SCSI ft Gulch course n 600 feet to oor No. l Dlaoe of bufrinilllitf. Magnetic variation a deg 00 tnin e contain ing Is. 72 acres. lite location or this mine Is recorded In. tne reeordor's oiiloo of Grunt comity. New Mcli leo. In book II at panes iMO and 36U ot mining location recordé. Ailíelnlni; olKlrtianU are the "Whlto Tower mining and u'illlug company." No others known. 'J bcboundarrof t'irvny rio S "B or) tlm 'Monitor" lode tiririns at cor No 1 loó eor & fraulte ttoae i'-iaii 12 Ins " in round mark KJ"H" anil i ka boInK also cor no 1 survey no f2A White Tower iiuniuir aod nillliiifr oom- any claimants, r rom which tlie oor to sees , 6. 81 and :ii between towns 21 and 32 south of ranga 16 west of the New Mexico principal naso ano meridian Dears t rcs nea t mm w 7-',h tent distant. No bearings available. Thence n 2 deg 00 mln e. Var 1! deg (X) mln e 2,r0 feet Go lob course nw descending W0 feet gulcll course n w lw0 foot to cor no 1 loc cor on iuit uilt of ridire b and s aiuartzlt svino 24jitix4 set S in ground with mound ot st( ne mrtrked M"U" and 2-K26A boing also coi' no 2 stir no ftitiA. from which a Juniper 12 Inc íes in dlam- eror mazed ana maraca tt i -wu Doart n 10 dolí 16 tnin e 19 6 feet distant. A inn ocr IS Inches hi aiametcr blared and marked UT -2"D" hears s N deg 15 mln w 0 feet distant. No moro bearings available. Thenco a 3 deg 00 mln o Var IS deg e Along summit of ridgo Soil foot to east end center, a gran te stone HxlZ.xs Ins set H In grfuind with moundof stone markd EG-M0OO ft i o cor no a loo cor on bumnni oí ntige n ana a irranlte slope 2txl2xS Ins set i In ground with mound of iitonws marked 3-2"B" from which íHein'a Pea Uar 78 deg 1H mln w. Mogollón l'enk benra n 6 deg 2e mm w Santa, Itlla Needle bears n 4 deg 27 mlu e. No other bearings avalladlo. Thence a 3 deg 00 mln t. Var Vt deg 00 mln e. Descending 9m) foet gulch courso n w lñOO feot to corner no 4 locatlun cor a granite stone 26x2tix ins Set S In ground with mound of stone marked 4-2"B' from which a Juniper I Inches in dlamvtnr blaioJ and marked BT 4-s2"B" bears n 70 deg 21 mln v 1-1 feet distant. A black oak e inohes In di ameter blazed and marked BT 4-nio"B" beam 1 86 deg ;)6 mln e lott.fi feet distant. A granite boulder In place marked 4 BR bears s m deg 10 mln w 3.3 feot distant. NO moro bearings available Thenco n 8 deg 00 mln Var IS deg 00 mth e. Descending uu ft to west end center a granite stono 2lx2iixA Ins act H In ground with mound of stones marked WV-M. tiuo foe! To cor No 1 place of beginning. . . I . Magnetic variation 12 deg uo min e, Contain ing 18.72 aerea. , The location of this mine It recorded In tn recorder's ortice of Grant county, New Mexi co, in book 12 at pagos 700 and 710 of min ing location records. Adjoining claimants tro "White Tower min ing and milling company, do others known. Tho boundary of Survey No. ffl"C" on the "Stormer" lode beirlns at cor no 1 loo oor. A grnirttc stono SxxaixU Ins set S 111 ground with mound of stono marked l-"-20"C from which the corner of seetlons 6, . HI and Si between towns -'1 ami south of Bauae IS west of the Now .léxico principal baso find meridian bears 1 20 deg a uun w sill feet die taut. A Juniper 10 Inches in iliamctcr blitzed nhd marked UT l-fcWC" bears s 44 deg 20 mln lo foet distant. A whitooak 10 inches In dl ameter blazed and marked UT l-SWC" bears s 4 deg 10 inin e US foet distant. A liisok oak 12 Inches In diameter blazed and mi rked BT l-t-aii' C" beara a 71 deg lu min w K leet dla' White Tower Peak boars n 24 deg 'A mln e. Tbcnoe n 62 deg 00 mln e. Var 12 deg 00" mln e. 170 feet ltoad and uleh courts W leavo Canyon volley 2T0 feet To cor no 4 snr fto RitiA the White Towor mining aod milling company claimants.. 'J hence along line 3 4 sur notíüA 700 feet Gulch course s w ascend NMi feet i'oint to connect works to 1110 ft Gulch course w 13(11 I t To c.ir no 2 loc co.' on summit of fldgo n w anil a e. , - Agranito stone 24x10x6 Int with mound of stone nmi'lied 2-ti2l)"C" from which a Juniper. 5 inches In iliametef blazed and miti kud BT S-Wil-l" tMiurs li 14 ilog:l mili 3 feet distant. Cow Springs Pyramid bears n Klcg 67 mill o. l ook's peak bears n H2 deg 23 nun e. t or no 4 iur no iitA bears n t dog e 250 feet dla Uint. Ko moro bearings available. Thence n 28 deg w, Vr r 12 deg e. Descending on east side of ridge 8lifl ft To east end center a granite slouo 22xi)x? IHs and mound of stone uiurked Ki'-S from which a black oak 111 inches in diiunetor blazed and marked II T LC- bears n 12 deg M min w 3.& feet distant. A white onk 15 iiiehos lii diame ter blazed and marked 11 1' EC -8 boars n 29 deg 111 mln w 50 feet tiMant ) foet To cor no 3 loo eos a uuarUUo stone I2x14x 20 1ns set. Sin irrobnd with moubd of stono iniuked H-Mf'C ''from which a black oak tr.c 11 inches In diametei blazed and maiked ti I 3- K.M "O " bears n 77 deg 30 min o 6Í foot dit- '"A'iilack oak 10 luetics In diameter bllttr-d and mai ked UT3-a2"C" bears s 41 deg 06 min e ul feet distant. No taoro bearings availa ble Thonce a 62 deg 00 fnln w, Var 13 de 13 ml"6- i . . . Ascending 50 foet top of rldgo h w and a s descend ! , , . To cor CO 4 loc cor a granite stone S4xlic10 Int set S 1,1 found with mound of ',ne marked 4H26-C" from which a Vhite oak 1J iiclifts in diameter blazed and marked .IT 4- ; -C" bburas 31 deg 20 uiin ;w Ut foot di. tani. A white oak 14 Inches in diameter blazed and marked UT 4-i2fi"C" bears , a 64 deg l mlu eft2feta distant. A Juniper 16 Inchet In di ameter blazed and marked 4-820"C" btiart n 83 deg Oh min e 76 feet distant. A blkck oak T Inches in dlamou r blazed and marked BT 42n"U" bears a 61 deg 80 mln e 66 leot dis tant. Thence s 2 dbg 00 mn w, Var Í2 deg e 800 ft To west end oenter a tranlto stone 16x14x6 Irs set S In grourd with mound of stone marked W C'-S from which a blaok oak la ins In diameter bla-.cd and marked UT WC-8 bears s 74 do u, mill w ,1 feot distant. Hliiek osk 14 inolies in diameter blazed and. maiked HT bears 1 11 deg 40 min w 6T fi et rtlHant 6il feet Enter canyon valley road e and O w aod if rova course s w ftiai feet To oor no 1 place of beginning. Miignctlo variation 12 deg 00 mill B, oontuin' lug ail . aerea. Tlie location of this mine It teoordod In the' recorder's olhco pf Grant countv. Now Mexi co, lu book 11 at pages HSU tad &1 of mining locatiou records. Adjoining olaimantt tire the "White Tower" mining aud tullliug compauy." No othert known. Any and all persons clalrnlng adversely an portion of said " Grand Tower." "Monitor1' and "Ktormer" mines or surface ground1 are remured to file their adverse oi.Mint with tlie register In the United Man.', land oftiee at Las lucet In the territory of New Mexioo during tlie sixty days period nf public I'-l.tn hereof or they will tie barred by virtue nf the provision of the statute. Saml'h. P. MrOBti., irft Insertion! September 12, lHuS.