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Merrv (.'hrirl m.H. Jai. Sullivan was in frun líoM Hill M.ind.iy. Dick lula is spending Christ mns In We not another small (lo5 of "the Uniitiful" yesterday. If. A. Fuller was in from the Gila the first of the week, Inning Christ mas pre'iit,9 for hl children. Vim. Icivenpoit was In the city Monday en route to Tyler, Texas, to sp.ind Christmas with his slater. The Misses Emma nd Ella Mirble nro home from the Silver City school t' spend the Christina? holidays. Anita, Charlie App's little black dog, which I? well known all over town, died Wednesday from sonic of the ills dot's arc heir to. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1J. Kerens left Sat urday for California, where they had licei) railed hy the serious illness of Mr. Keren's brother. The masquerade t xt Monday night bids fair to be a great success. Are you going In costume? You belter do no or vou cannot dance. Cliso. II. Homkykh was appointed Justice of hc Peace of Clifton pre einct to (ill the vacancy c.iused by the death of Mr. James Sias. JienTitus received his commission this week authorizing him to act ns United Slates commissioner and bind over the violatcrsof the Edmunds net. Lemnnd HerV MctJrath returned the first of the week from Lns duces, vhercthcy have been attending the Agricultura! ejlle-fu, fjr the Christ mas vacation. "When H. 1. Hart arrived in Las Vegas he chunked hi-', m!:.(l about coming back to Grant county for Christmas and started for New York to spend the day with his relatives. Elsewhere Liiieiiat, pro-cuts the advertisement? of N. II. Uather, Edgar WellinRimi and Charle? II. Enlow, who intend to prove up on liiclrfcomustcad entries on the Gila. Dr. Woods went up to Duncan the first of the week for tito double pur pose of packing up his household goods prvparalory to moving them to Lords luirg and to spend Chrisruia.? with his family. Thos. Eoitcr left Sunday night for California to make the acquaintance of his son, whom he lias met but once. IIj expects to be lack early next month andf.ot the Hc:icrvatlunuro to running through the rulil a;aii. It i? reported that all wacs on the "iiarrow.sfaiige will be cut ten per cent on the tirst of the year, the cut to hold Koad till copper goes up to thirteen cents again. T'ia boys do not enjoy this out there has not yet been any talk of a strike. Elsewhere Is printed the statement of the First national bank of El Taso, the soiidest banking institution of the southwest. Its balance is a little over One hundred and thirteen thousand dollars more than either of the other bank? in the same towu. The Santa Fe trains got snowed up in the Katon mountains last week and on Saturday night the west bound Southern Tacitle train caught four days eastern mail and express. The trains are now snowed -up again and there is one days mall and express lato Last Friday night a post ofllce In spector got off tho train at Lordsburf, looked hurridly around and presented to the Qrst man ho saw wearing a broad brimmed hat a card on which was the following inscription: "Flease, Mr. Arkansaw, I am not n scab operator, can 1 stay In town a day or so?" He was Informed he could stay as long as he wadted to. Several prominent Silver Citizens have made up a 'purse and sent one of Orant county's chronic drunks to Keely, to try the bl-chloride of gold treatment. If this bum comes back sober and they can't get him drunk for a week the men who sent him will hire a special train for the cast and leave in a body to put themselves un der Dr. Keely's treatment. These men cover almost every walk of life in the county capital and if tho treat ment, cures mem there win be a Kreat change-in Grantrtmntv, andsev cral saloon keepers will go busted. As noted in last week's Liukkal Hugh Keenau died last Friday morn ing, lie had suffered from an attack of the grip and seemingly was on the high road to recovery when, brain complications set in. Inflammation of the brain succeeded and after be lug delirious for several day? ho died. His brother arrived from Los Angeles the iil.'lit before he died and was w ith hi in till death ensued. lie took the body to Los Angels? for burial. Hugh Keenan was ne of the oldest residents of tho town, ho wan a car penter by trade, he was an honest, hardworking man and was well liked ty all who knew him. Til C SILVER CONVI.KTIOX The Sih er convent ion in El Faso proved to be a great mhtcsi, so much -othal Minn' of U:e del' .-ate? have not got home yet. The. convention wa?cal! l to order by I'rof. I.ongueni.'ire, and the dele Kates were welcomed to the city by Juan Iliirt, the eloquent editor of the Time , which welcome wa responded to on behalf of the visitors by Gover nor Prince in his usual happy manner. Ex Senator Keagan was called and gave a most Interesting speech on the sliver question, which voiced the sen timents of the. audience so thoroughly that some of tho delegates w anted to adopt the speech as the sentiment? of the convention and then adjourn and go home. Some of the cooler headed ones, knowing the preparations that had been made, stopped this short. Wm. Hums of Kingston was elected temporary chirman, Charles M. Shan non of Clifton was selected as tem porary secretary and John II. Mofllt of Albuquerque sergeant at amis. Various committees were also ap pointed. The non day the committee on or ganization reported the following of ficers for the convention. President, W. T. Thornton of Santa Fe, Secre tary C. M. Shannon, reading clerk Ira M. Itond, stenographer II. B. Holt, sergeant at arms J. II. Mofllt. Then followed many speeches on the silver question, not the least of which was tho one nudo by tirant county's favorite orator, the Hon. D. P. Carrof Silver City. In the uftemoon was tho procession and trade display which was a magni ficent affair and a great credit to the city. i The third d;.y there were rend sev eral letters from senators and con gressmen on the subject of free silver, the letter from Senator Stewart be ing especially good. The report of the committee on resolutions .was read, the resolutions will be found In full ou the first page of this paper. A com-; niiltee was appoluted to prepare a plan for a permanent organization. The convention then adjourned to meet the McGinty club in the even ing. This meeting Is supposed to have been a great success, although the Liukiial has not been able to find a delegate' who can remember what did happed on that occasion and tho El Paso reporters confessed themselves unable to report It. The convedtion wns a great success, which Is due to energy and hard work of the people ofjEl Paso. The Times of that city will print a special edition next Sunday which will be a faithful report of all that bappeucd, a de scription of the display and the vari ous speeches and resolutions in full, which it will send, post paid, for ten cents to any address. The telegrapher's strike seems to be In about the emnc condition that It was a week ngo as regards nctual- results. There arc forces at work, however, which will probably bring about different re sults. Last Saturday n committee re presenting the engineers, firemen, conductors, brakemen, telegraphers and shopmen went to San Fraucisco to confer with the ofliclals of the road. They will demand the reinstatement of the telegraphers who went out and the withdrawal of the obnoxious affi davits. If this is complied with all will bo lovely, if the requests are de nied all the difíercut organizations will strike. This will tie up the road ef fectually as uothlng will go over the road except an engine and the mail car. A tie up of the system would probably soon bring Mr. Fillmore to terms. ' The reputation of Lordsburj Is traveling. In giving an Account of the strike here, tho Prospector, printed In the only town in Arizona where the six shooter never was seon, Tombstone, says: To give an Idea of the way law works in Lordsburg an Illustration is furnished. A short time ago Den Titus who is justice of the peace there, bad offended one of the boys. The latter thought he would get even and went to the ju?tice's ofllce and kicked the door down In .the presence of a crowd. After his fun he mounted his horse and rode off. Tho Justice walked Into his chambers through the opening, en tered a judgment against the kicker and fined him $20 to bo paid the next timehe caruo to town. At last ac counts tho fellow had not returned. About the time the Liberal went to press last week Hubert Ulack dis appeajed. He evidently had come to the conclusion that it was a little safer away from Lordsburg for the present. Itwa? unboubtedly a wise move on his part, for on Thursday night's trains Sheriff Lockhart, Deputies Ilaea and Williams, Detec tive Wilson nud ti'C ousted operators put in appearance. The next day one of the oiiera tors swore out a complaint against lllack, but he was nowhere to be found. During his temporary or permanent absence his bondsmen on the mall contract have put John James at the work of carrying the mail between Lordsburg and Gold Hill. Asa preventive and cnc for cronv Chaiuhcrl.'iin'j Cough Tlemed? has no rival. It Is in fact the only remedy (batean always be depended upon and that Is pleasant and t.afo to take. There Is not the least danger In giving It to children, as It contains no Injuri ous substance. For sale 50 cents per bot tle nt the Eagle drug store. 5 ssy oncesi Ami vlcorous grunili, so much admired In h.iir, can lie secured by the tiso of Ayer's Hair Vtair. Thero Is mulling better Uinn this preparation t keeping tho srnlp clean, cool, and healthy. It rentólos to faded and pray hair the oritjliml color and beauty, pre vents baldness, and Imparts to the hair a silky texture and a lasting and delicate fra grance. '1 he most elefiant and economical dressing In the market, no toilet Is complete without Ayer's Huir Vigor. "My wife believes that the money spent for Ayer's Hair Vigor was the besttnvest ment she over made. It imparts a soft And Silky Texture to the hair, and gives much satisfaction." J. A. Adams, BU Augustine, Texas. "After using a ntimlier of other prepara tions without any satisfactory result, 1 find that Ayer's liair Vigor Is causing my hair to grow." A. J. Osment, General Merchant, ludían Head, N. W. T. "Ayer's Hair Vigor is the only preparation I could ever And to remove dandruff, euro Itching humors, and prevent loss of hair. I confidently recommend It." J. C. Duller, fjpeuccr, Mass. Result From Using "Ayer's Hair Vigor vllt prtmt prema ture loss of hair and wlion so lost will stim ulate a new growth. I have used the prepa ration for those purposes and know whereof I affirm." A. Lacombs, Opclousas, La. Ayer's Hair Vigor 'rsmsu r Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass. Sold by DrngjUU and Parfumera. You can Bud at the Little House ov-Corner' East of tho Owaby House All sorts of Candios. Fresh Fruits. Tobaccos and Clg-nrs the Best. Junl3 J. P. A, If. OWSBT, JKl'OUT OVT11K CONDITION OK First National Bank Or EL PASO, TKXAS, At the eloso of business on DECEMBER 2, 1891. Hosourees. Loans and discounts KS6.611 04 Ovordratui, scoured aud unsecured 13,132 38 TJ. tí. Honda to sccuro ctr culaliou 60,000 00 Stock, aecuiitics. Judg ments, oluitus, eto 090 47 Due from approved rc sorvo agents I 43,8T1 67 Duo from other Nationul lluuks 174.07Í si Due front Stato llanka and liunkoi's ,707 M 334,038 94 Bunking houso, furniture end fixtures 80,000 00 Curront expenses and mortgages owned ' ' .000 00 Other real oil mo and taxes paid 6,030 St Chocks and other cash items I 3.TC7 15 Bills of other Banks ItífiM 00 Fractional puiur curren cy, nlekols and cents.... 09 Ofl Rpeelo 34.l 00 Legal fonder notes Sí.tiin HO T0,Gí3 94 Kodcmptioll fund with IT. 8. Treasurer (6 per cont of ciruulutlonj tXiO 00 Totnl 677,OB7 UO Liabilities. Capital stock paid In 8110.000 00 Surplus ruud ü'i.iíio (10 Undivided piiiflra 11,801 lal Netimnil Hank notes out H'liudlnir 45,000 00 Individual deposits sub ject to check 8220,(65105 Demand cerliltcutes of du posit 0,3(3 54 Ceiiillod Checks Due other National Hunks 183,87 00 Duo relato Bunks and Hunkers 21,202 88405.006 48 Totul s,;7T,OS7 0 STATE OF TF..TA1?. COUNTY OK EL PASO Sis: 1. H. 8. Bkattik, Cushierof the alKivo named hank, do solemnly swoar thut the ubovo stuttmiont la true to tho beat of my kuowlodgo and beiiof. II. 8. UK. AIT IK, CuMilor Subscribed and sworn to before nio this !9t day of Dee. 1HH. K. K. Huntkii, Notary Public Kl Paso Co., Texas ConnECT . Meet J. H. ItAVNoi.im, Joseph pcmutz. J. K.tr Mx.iei. Directors. VOTICH FOR PUBLICATION. LAND OF 11 floe nt I.US Cruces, New ilelluo. Duo. 22, l".. Noliea la hereby (fiven that the following named settler bus filed notice of his. Intention to make llmil proof In supMrt of his claim, and that said proof will be made be.'ore l'rulmte e.erk or in bis aUneiiuo 1'rohule.liolMn at Silver Cuy, N. M.. on January 2, 1WI2, vis: Charles II, Knliiw, of Carlisle, N. M., who made lid. entry No. WW for the N Vf '4 NW seo 15, K 4 MB 'i aud tiVf !, M !, seo 10, tu 10 s, r2Uw. He names the following witnesses to prove his cont iimoun rumdenco upon, and cultivation of. nuiil land, riz: Kdrur Weliiuirton, V. K. Bili'teUer ami Willtuiu Alexander all of Car lisle, N. 11., and Wm. Wilson, of Biohinund N. M.x. Any person who dcniros to protest ajralnst tho allowance of such prtiof. or who knows of any substantial reason, under tho luw and the reaulatio is of the Interior Deruient, why wueli proof should not be allowed, will be Klven an opportunity at the alive men tioned tune and pluoe to cross examine the witnesses of miIu claiuiunt. and to offer evi dence to rebututi of that submitted by said elaiuiaut. Bamuei. 1'. sIcCiika, liuirister. First Insertion Deo, 25 1S01. iVHi i! luu i'TiTr.uTfí()'Ñi.ANiroK- 11 floe, at lis Crucen. N'nw Mexico. iHwi. '2. Mil. Notloo 8 hereby (riven that the fo1 lowlnir named settler has tiled notice of his Intention to make tlnal proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Probate clerk or in his ahseaco pro bate Judire at Silver City, New Mexico, on Fehriiai y a. lw(J, vis: Nathaiilal H. Bather, of Duncan, Arlsonn. who made 11,1, entry. No, ISIS for the 8 i HW ft seo 1 1) 16 , r 21 w and lots 8 and 4 seo 8 tp IBs. rZl w. He names tho following witnesses to prove bis continuous residence upon, and cultiva tion of said land, viz: Jacob LWditfiMit, (ieorifH II . Caspur, J. D. Pettlt, A. C. Wind bum, al 1 or Diiucuu, Arizona. Any peraon who deaircs Ut protest airalust tho allowance of such pi--of or who knows of any substantial reason under tile law and tho regulations d" the lincrior department, why such prix.l should not be ulloued, will bo pir en un opportunity at tho ubovo mentioned time and place to crot.a examino tho wit-iic-ho or aid claimant, ami toolier evidence in rohutiai of that subiuiiied by cluiinant. 8 AMl'Kl, P. Met 'tic A, ltcgitur. First publ.catton Dee, 24 ( The . Iji'k.iial I in ret elpt of sn in "itTil i"H t'i al t end t'po weiMinrj of Mi-s Mij V'itf lit itnl Thiiiium .Simpson, which Tvas to t.ike jilncc l:ist uy,ht nt Clifton. The LiP.F.itLL Tflslies the newly wedded rmiplc a lon? and hap py life ar.d tunny Worry Chrlstmases with plenty of t he rU'ht kind of peniilt to help them make their Chrlstmnsos tilerry: A mar who has practiced medicine for 40 years, ou;ht to know salt fruru sugar, read what he says: Toledo; O., Jan. 10, 1837. Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co. Gentle men : 1 have bren In the general practice of medicine for most 40 yeim, and would nay that In all toy practice and einerieiice have never seen a preparation that I could prescribe with as much confidence of iuccem as I can Nail's Catarrh Cure, manu factured by you. Have prescribed It a great many times and Its effect Is wonderful, and would say In -conclusión that I have yet to And a, case of Catarrh that It would not Are, If they would take it according to .directions. Yours Truly, L. L. GoiiHUcn, M. D. Office, 225Summ!tSt. We will give $100 for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken inter nally. T. J. 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BAKER, Prop. COUNCIL ROOMS Cholee Win, Llqaora aad Bavin Oav Ope ratio and Cher musical selections rea dered each nirnt for the entertain mens of patrons. Dellr and weeklr newspapers end Maer peri odicals on Die, Toe foil particulars call oa Hugh Mullen - Prop CLIFTON ARIZONA BANK EXCHANGE, ensotes wtkis, Mqvoeu ltd rueiae. Corner flret ánd Bha kepeare rtrxete. Ijfdsborf Mw lleito TOTICB rifK PlTIMCATION.-I,ANn OK ll nctjatlrfis Cruces, N. M., !)!. a, Iw. Notice Is ht-itiliy kIvoii tltMt tlio fnllnwlng- nainol rx-ttlur has tiled no tice of hlH ituoiition to mukn final proof In mi port of hit claim, und thut snob Firottf will bu DtAilo hcl'firo I'rotuito JudKo r ii his uliwncn the l'ntbato f'lcrk at Sil-nr ltt, N. M., on January tu. IBirt, (via: Kiliiar Wcltlnwton of rarlluls N. M , who mudi- lid. entry No. rsü for tho S W SU V. ISR 8W u sec 0 and NW i, N H t ano IS 1 1 10 a. t ao W. Ho muño tho fotlowiiiK witnCHMCfl to prove h In continuiHiH rtilcti-jo tipou, auil ou.tlra tifin of, said land, its:, (')iarl(i H. Knlow V. K. llurtchcr and Wm. Aloiumlerof CarilHle N. M., M m, Wii-.iii of Kichlliond. N. M. Any pet-win who doNhca to protest Dfrultrsf tho allowance! of such proof, or w ho known of any siili.luntial n-flMiii, unilcr tint luws and the rwn liit k tun (,f tho Interior lcpartiiiciil why hiich pnait should lint bo allowed, will he al bu an opinh luiiiiy at tho alxivo nieo tlomd time and placo to i-rotH-oiaiiiliio tlie w ruu Nses of said cluiinant, and to oil-revi-deii4e In lehutlal of that siihinitred hv tho cluiinant, Hm;i.i, p. .Mi t iiii, iivf ii-ter. First 1'iilillrution lec 1. Vi'iTLiiii lilt nbsxvfbe fSr and ádrertlsr a Tiss Ku L!;::;i rNiie sft Ii tava wwe aaiJsa e4 0UTJ Keen mVmtm B WTtnri at iaweasyias. i Wr íaes ao4 we VekaaeWsW w1 If Omiwm ate Cwttiet. mi Bae LORDSBURG Oaueaf awriiiet a Sae ÚJW H XJCwXa-o-bLca tro THE GILA niVEH Itevea te t Mm M xitaeBsea THE LIBERAL MIJIUU, Aadta tmM. ad w4w Are at talsuaesijaiais Ssirt IHm wwKaae ua TtrW. Velftne SVuhBOrtpHuw. Ooe Tar,,., .. , .... ? c5 8ix meotts.... , 1 Terse montas 1 O AdvarsUitis; Bni rtin4 te rsM.;i nty- PohhaWd erory TyYíkt t LC TIT- t f.-l i trnr- mwmm wmamAMt eje MÍ.