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LORDSIUTKO, AUGUST 2I.1WI. Jack Doyle was in from Stein's Pa Monday. Major Pritchard was in from Gold Hill yesterday. Mis Maud Marshall is vbdtlnir Miss Jessie Payne at Pyramid. Uud Connors was In from Stein'! Pass the first ot the week. Charlie App made a Geld Hill trip Wednesday. Strictly business. I'liil I'ratfr, a partner of Lum Hall was In the city the front end of th week. James Winters dropped in from Sil ver City this wcei, He reports affair: very quiet. Mrs. Wm. Bell of Mnrencl was in th city Monday, tn route home from an , eastern visit. George Haselt ine was in the cltv Monday, en route to Minea polis, where his mother is very sick. This is decidedly the washout season of the year but the two railroads have been very lucky so fur, no serious wash outs so far. Claude Thompson arrived In town Sunday night and has taken a position ns clerk In McGrath & Go's store where he will remain the. coming winter. ttev. It. 15. Kelly of Pyramid, loft AVednesday night for isbce, to visit his newphew, and will po from there to Phoenix where his wife is at pre gent visiting. There was a heavy storm at Duncni Sunday. The wind lifted the roof off . 1!. Adams' house and nearly wreck cd the depot. The water washed out Home of the narrow gaue track, and the train was late an hour or so Mon day. If the ladies would abandon cosmet les and more generally keep their blood pure and vigorous by the uso of Avcr's Sarsaparilla, naturally fair cota jdexjons. would be the rule Instead of of the exception, .as at present. Ture blood is the best beautiiler. Frank Wright has fastened up the buildings and shafts Miser's Chest property and left for Silver Creek country. Frauk does notjkuow how long he will ba gone but promises to return when the Miser's Chest debts are paid off. C, C. Carpenter, the rustling agent , of the bantu Fe company, was In the city yesterday to secure the handling of several thousand tona of oro wlilc! .he had been informed would bo ship ped from Lordsburg in the near fu -lure,., "Ta!i.'ulv iij to 1 - jibotit ihe shipment. Drifting has oeen in progress in the railroad well for some days and oo Wednesday i now formation was en coir.ucrcu which yiekieu some water, juore than could conveniently handled by ti i o bailor. Superintendent Flynn yesterday telegraphed for a pump to take care of .the water. A few days will show what there Is. There was qijifc a heavy rain Mon day between Lordsburg and Pyramid and as much water fell as would have produced a big river in thu streets year ago but owing to the ditch which was built last spring no water came down except what fell between the ditch and town, the ditch proving a complete success, and saving the town from lots of mud. George Woods camo down from his ranch on the upper Gila, arriving In own Friday snd stayed until Tuesday when ho returned taking with him JIlssHesslo Payne and Miss Minnie Kellum, who go up there to make a visit and recuperate for next winter's gaities. The young ladies have mad great preparations for having a good time and arc preparod for almost anv kind of sport from killing a grizzley bear to breaking the heart of any susceptible young men who "may be summering at the springs. Miss Kellum is a famous hunter, having to her credit one of the largest deer ever killed In the Ilurro mountains, which she killed and dressed two or three years ago, and Miss Payne says she has got to beat this even If It is necessary to strangle a cinnamon bear or kill her weight In wild cats. Engineer W. L. Gilson, popularly know as "Chippy" Gilson returned this week from a visit to his old home In Philadelphia. lie has not been home before In years and found tho place an entirely strange one. Tho portion of tho city where he used to live is en tirely given up to the Dagos and nono of the old neighbors were living there, He had a very pleasant visit with his people, but it was entirely different from what che had calculated on. When the hot nights came in that particularly hot town he often found himself wishing ho was in Lordsburg and when ho wanted to go out and see the town ho would, after looking at thequietnessof It, And himself wish ing ho was again in El Paso. He went away calculating to be gono ninety days but was perfectly willing to cut It down to sixty and get back on the Southern Pacific, .where ho has a brand. new engine to run. NOTICE Of KCE1PT OF FLATS. I nitkd States Land Office, LAsCiacr.', N. M. August 5, l"fl -.once is nereoy given that t tic new and approved t.ie following townships have been (lied in this office. and we arc now ready to receive Ml ings on lands there in: Township 13 south, range 2t west. Township 14 south, rango 21 west. Township If? south, range 21 west. Township 19 south, range 21 west. S. P. McCilEA. KliOtSTKH. PATENTS EICEIVED. United States Land Office, Las Chucks, N. M. August 14, 1891 The following United States Patents have been received at the Las Cruces Land unice and upon the surrender of tho Ilecclver's Final receipt to the Kegis. tor or Kcceivcrthe patent therefor will be delivered to the person surrender ing or presenting the same, to-wlt; Keceipt No. 1 Charles J. Price. ' " 3 David C. Cantwell. " 4 Samuel Wilson. " 3 Samuel Wilson. ' 2 David C. Cantwell. 3 James P. Armstrong, l' 7 Jefferson D. Milton. " 7 Jefferson D. Mjlton. " 4 David C. Cantwell. " 5 Samuel W.IIutchcraft. " 6 Samuel W.IIutchcraft, The above patents are for lands sit uated In the Las Cruces Land District Cash Entry No. 1772 Henry Keiser. 1G.')2 Arizona F. Frier. 1492 Ignatius Troffer, 1457 J. II. McKelvain, H43TÍ10S. E. Crqwn, 1120E. II. McCough, 1419 George A. Hunt. l.T.l W. C. Douglas. 1270 John 1'.. Moss. 1220 Paschal II. Smith, 1 104 George Simmons. 800 J L. Vaughn. 304 W. II. Crawford. 274 John U. TrolTer. HOThns. G El moro 700 W.T. Gorman. Homestead No. " 075 Manuel Trujillo, " 578 Daniel Foley. 515 John N. Dority " 541 James Smith. " 481 Widow of A.Evan n " -1!3 do D.Steven " 414 John P. Long. " SW Lafayette Steven. 47 Miguel Torres. " 507 11. II. Harnett. " 409 F. E. Terry. 297 G. M. Carpenter. 171 II. F. .lingers. The above patents are for lands sit uated in Grant county. Samx-el P. McCkisa, Peg. U'jixav y i McifjiP!.. At the sale of real estate by the as signee of Meredith & Alhnan on Sat urday, the following prices were real ized: The business block was bought by John Prockman, for $14,001; the Aihnaii residence was bought by D.C. Hobart, for $3,500, and the Meredith residence by (i. D. Pant., for 2.343: John Prockman bought tho corral for S2,L.jI, and two lots north of the Put- ton row, for $25: John S. Swiff, mi.-. chased lots. 10 in block 91, adjoined the Vienna Pakery, for eiK5, and ten lots south of If. Itosenberg's residence for Í30I: block 20 was riirclincr.rl )n- M -r Miller, for $70; and block 28 went to JeiTGaddis, for tho snm of $85. The total amount realized by the sale was 5,958. Sentinel. Parson Yates who created such a furor In El Paso last week was in the city Monday night, and preached to the public without money and with out price, except an occasional drink. ue thought Lordsburg needed regen eration and preaching but ho had a date in Tucson and could not wait to save the town. The poor fellow is crazy and it is to be hoped that the Tusonites will treat him gently. F. L. Sanders was un from El Paso and made atrip to Clifton and Solo monville for the purpose of -'settling up that little matter",' concerning the minien bruiges. Mr. Sanders return ed with a somewhat delected look and it is safe to say the matter is not set tled and will not be until It Is tried In a Graham county court. A man who has practiced medicine for 40 ysars, ought to know salt from sugar, road what he says: Toledo, O., Jan, 0, 1887. Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co. Gentle men: I have been in tho general practice of medicine for most 40 vears. and would say that in ajl my practice and experience have never seen a preparation that J could prescribe with as much confidence of success as can Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu factured by you. Have prescribed It a great many timed and its effect is wonderful, and would say in conelu- lon that I have yet to And a caso of Catarrh that it wonld not euro, If they wouia take It according to directions, i ours Truly, L. L. Gonsucn, M. D. Ofllce, 225 Summit St. We will give $100 for any case of Catarrh that can not bo cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure, Taken Inter nally. F. J. Ciienkv & Co., Trops., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists. 75. n it " M tl 4 (I (I TEHEITOEIAL FAIR NOTES. The Fair posters are out and are truly a work of art. Those desiring premium lists can get them'by writing I. M. Harbour, asls't sec'y Albuquerque, Tho military will be at the Fair. The big parade and Flambeau Club will bo leading attractions. The Mojave Indians will be there to play "shinny" the Navajo's Indian women will be in the main building weaving their beautiful blankets, while the Pueblo women will bo out side cooking the lowly tortilla. The management has made arrange ments to have a Pase ball tournament during Fair week open to all clubs In Arizona, New.Mexieo and El Paso, $300 is tho prizo oilered and goes to the champion club, On September 20, 21 and 22 the first annual tournament of the Albuquer que gun club will be held open to all. no one barred. Over $5oo (n cash and prizes to shoot for. Arrangements have been made with tho railroads to extend the time of tickets for shooters until September 25. This Is exciting great interest and promisos to draw largely. Thero Is more Interest being taken in the Fair than ever before. The management feels sure of a handsome exhibit from the Stockmen and the intention is to put stalls In a more convoinontly located place, that every one may spe what New Mexico pro duces in this line, Lum. H. H, Ownhy returned from a Tuc son trip Thursday. Aug, Ilornut'g, a well known manu facturer of boots and shoes at 820 No lan St., San Antonio, Texas, wll pot soon forget his experience with an at tack of tho cramps which he rolates as follows: "I was taken with a violent cramp in tho stomach which J believe would have caused my death, had it not been for the prompt use of Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlaarr hoea Remedy. The first dose did me so much good that I followed it up in 20 minutes with the second dose, and before tho Doctor could get to where I was, J did not need him. This Rem edy shall always bo ono of the main slays of my family." For sale at Ragle drugstore. You can flr.d ut tlio Little House Corner East of the Owuby House All sorts of Cundios. Fresh Fruits, Tolmccos uud Cigncs tlio Beat. Junl l J. p. & A, H. Owniiv, NOTICR FOIl rrill.ICATION-I.AND OF floo, ut I.HH CrmiPH, Now Mexico, July II, lslll. Nollco Is hereby iriven flint tlio fol lnwinir iiH'nucl settler hus tiled notice- of hi Intention to innko tlnul proof In support of ins claim, hiiu timt find prof will bo mudo boforo I'nHmto clerk or In hi iibaouee Pro Imlo ludiro Ht Sliver Cltv. New Mexico, cm ueuiner in, insil, viz: cunen stein, of Lords- imrjr, New Mexico, who mudo 1). S. No w for the na 'i no i e 4 so U and sw so '4 soo 24 t 30 s r HI west. Ho imtnes tho following wltiieasos to provo ni utMuiiiiMiMs rf:;iueiico upon, ttmi culllvtt' tion of paid Lind. viz: I'eter CIiu-jo. Kntiilc Duvonport. Ciil linker nud Thivlvas linker uil Anv person who desires to nrotpKf urinal tho ullownnre of euoh proof or who knows of any stilistiintliil reason under the law uud tho n uuiiinons ol tlio interior department, whv suen priMii sitouui not. no allowed, will bo kiv- eii mi iippuriuiiiiy ui mo unovcj mentioned tiiiionnd plneo to cross rxiiimno Iho wit nesses or sum eiiiimnnt, and to offer ovldonoo in ruuutuu ot lluit sntnnltted by olnimiint. DAMURL 1'. McCltK, . Kotfistor. First publication. July 17 a p gScf!" 'S ? M cr Cu O D , B r-l S- 3 V S ex. GO -c D m i ra T?, i-i u?NH3 O) e o M V) O M 3 . . 3 -t a o E' Í S c y o o g a o S- Í3? o S3 13 A. L. GIBSON. FIRST CLASS WQKbT. Satisfaction aiyen On All 337 "Worlr Lord.bury . . K?r Mexico MIfflER Ily Fisher brought Jo Lyall and hi family in from Stein's I'ass Sunday mght. .10 was suffering from a severe attack of rheumatism and was anxious to consult Dr. Simpson. He was able to return homo Tuesday. Ilow'a This? We offer One Hundred Dollars re ward for any case of catarrh that can not be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CnnNKY & Co,, Toledo, (). We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the lust 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and ftnanclally able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. W'ft & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo,.0. Wnldjnsr, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole sale. Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken In- ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho sys tem. Testimonialssent free. Price 5c, per bottle. Sold by all druggists. If you want to buy a watcb, clock or di amond, or if you want yoar watcb re paired in first cluts shape (end to Geo. W. IIickox & IIíxsok, El Taso Texas. Glossy Sheen And vigorous growth, so much admired in hair, can bq secured by the use of Ayer' Hair Vigor,' There Is nothing better than this preparation for keeping the acalp clean, cool, and healthy. It restores to faded and gray hair the original color and beauty, pro, vents baldness, and Imparts to the hair silky texture and a lasting and delicate fra grance. Tlie most elegant and economical dressing In the market, no toilet Is complete without Ayr's Hair Xlg My wll believes that the money spent for Ayer's Hair Vigor was the best Invest ment she erer made, It Imparts a soft And Silky Texture to the halt, and gives much satisfaction." j. A. Adams, BU Augustine, Texas.. "After Sslng a number of other prepara tions wltaout any satlsfaotory result, I find that Ayet's Hair Vigor Is causing my hair to grow." A. J. Osmcnt, General Merchant, Indian Head, N- V. T, "Ayer Hair Vigor is the only preparaUon I could ever find to romove dandruff, cure Itching iHimora, and prevent loss ot balr. I confidently recommend it." J. C. Puller, gpencer, Mass. Result From Using MAyr's nalr Vigor will prnrnt prema ture loss of hair and when so lost will stim ulate a now growth. 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KFDZIE CLASSEN, Lord.bmi. N. M. Squattcxi tUe, located, 188."i, and situated In Graham county Ariz. Land unsurveyed aud situated about 10 or 12 miles from Clifton easterly. Living springs, and tho land Is sub irrigated; water can be had In from ? to 12 feet; 40 acres of arabio land 23 acres broke and under fence: Soil Is rich and there Is about 40 acres al together of good farming land. The location is good for a small stock or horse ranch 1000 head. Commands a fine range. Plenty of timber. Command all the water water there Is In the vicinity which makes the location an exceptional one for the raising of stock. WJnd mills and a system of piping would mako It of un told value for an extensive aock ranch. Watchmaker, Jeweler. The repairing of watches, clocks and Jewelry a specialty. All work done in a workman like manner and guaranteed or money refunded. Shop locat ed In the Arizona copper com papy's store. II. LEMON, (Late of London, England) CLIFTON - ARIZONA The C roñado AND Short Orcler Jlouse, Cuisine first class. Attentive Waiters. The tables supplied with evervthing that can be had in the mar ket. James -Mener, Opposite Depot, CLIFTON ARIZONA UNITED STATES TIIE DUST HOTEL IK Clifton Arizona Management in all of Its depart ments llrst class. A favorite resort for compiprcial travelers ana mining men. Particular attention glvpn tp the wants or guests. Centrally located. Terms rpason.i' ble. Special rates to families and per mancnt boarders. MRS. T. .T. BAKER, Prop. COUNCIL ROOMS Ct)olce Wines, J'iuori and Havana Clears Oiioratlo and othor muslcnl tieleotlona ron dored each nlgnt for '.iio entertain mcnt of pa'.rons. Dally and weekly newipapera and ctlior peri odical on file. For full particular! call 00 Hugh Mullen - Prop CLIFTON ARIZONA BANK EXCHANGE, CHOICE WINKS, LIQUOR AND CIOÁW. Corner Pint and Shalupeare atreeU, Lordsburg; - New Mexio NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LAND OF fln at I, ni Crucen. Now Moxinn. Anir. a rt. 1x91. Notice In horoby given thut the rollowlnir named settler has mod notice of hla Intention to make tlnal proof In aupport of hla claim, and that said proof will lie made before cToliaUt clork or In hit absonee Probate Judcre at bllver City, N. M on Sepl-ninor 16, lrini, vli: Francia W. PiLzpatrlck, of Haohlla. N. M , who made D. 8. No. K1&4 for the n e 4 a w V it w 1. a w k 1 e u see tt. tn 31 a. r a) weit. He names the following wltnnnAfl tn nir his oontlu uoua roaidonce 11 mm. a nd 011 1 1 1 i'ii 1 u-n of, said land, vis: J. P. Whltiulra, 1. 11. fhlt- inire, 11. r. Howell, and Walter itiniku.il.l. .11 of llachHa, New Monoi. Any peraon who desires to nrotnnt. aff.ln.c the allowanne of such proof, or wIhJ knows of any subKtiiiitlal rcaiuMi, under the law and the ncirulatlons of the Interior Deportment, why such proof should not he allowed, will he Ivon an opportunity at the above men tioned time and place H croon eiamlne 1 1. a wltiie-SHes of said claimant- and t-n r,r..r l.i. denee in rehutml ot U at, lubiiiltted br Said claimaut. iAMüai, P. M.aitA. Fir;; Imer'Ioq August 7, lsví!"""' RESTALHANT WESTER IJWMT', tuborlt for and advertí n, Tie Western Literal entitled ift R ICn M1nln CVrop. RmMtr and Raduft tlou Worm turrouua iu 0 UltNoarcst Piiporln at Bllver City, tne m any iniww. II POK the North of ut Ik MaVone aad uiae. N ÜUTHBAST Uet Gold H1U. gOUTH of ue are 8haktpear and Pyramid. gpUTpwpair ta GayV)ftTtU(r WOT ara Stein's Pass aad the Votoaoo Btr trie. JOpTpWEST are Carlisle and Bast Camp. LORDSBURG Is Hie Depot of mippliea for tkla axteMiVf minsnr district and fbr e huudrwds of . Located fro(4 THE GILA RIVER Qn the North (0 Uia ieiai lin On the Souttj U Covers all this vast territory awl. ta evoUJ tUV Illvivqi v MINERS MERCHANTS,, KLECUAN5CS; And In faot all who Itrs In thtecmettont kT IM welfare lr Tlew,. farms sBbeetpto,. One Tf....,f.,.,.,.cftís pv Six raontha rW..'.. mm. I Three months '. , . .' . . ' 1 C3 AirerUslrur kV. auhieot to snental tracl. r' r, , .n :r' PubllBhed every Friday a(, THE BERAL ill jtaijc;' \n\n Oro (Shippers Wnrt ootmlpn tlmir ors to TA Vúnn SniíUíri can liHvo iIh HHtipl1iitr, wlRtHiiif , rio., iupr vitfMi am ooiiiit r-Hn.n vi vifvk SMinpt nimio by Iíc HliHrt hip) H'V'iiiiHim of the In;lf'i'uI'iit Any Ml(e nt U ruto f to pr cur lona. AMnPP Hox l , Ki l'ae, Tojimm.