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I ORDSBURO, SETT., 1, 1893. J imc8 RartMt was down frnni Clif ton this week shaking hands with old fiirnds. Mrs. J. F. Fisher and chiltlred re turned from their California visit 5 1 sl.erday. J. K. Can then came up from Wax;i l,;i("hle, Texas, this week to call on IjK old friends. ..'rrry Clark has returned to Gold J fill from the Mogollón country, lie roi orta business very quiet at the big ramp. Yesterday IT. Ambler, L. H. Durnil an 1 J. K. Cauthen left for Las Cruces to take in the coming term of United Sutes court. Hall's Hair Rencwcr renders the hair lustrous and silken, (jives it an even color, and enables women i.oruil it up In a great vairletyof styles. Mike Reardon became, the proud fni her of a flue baby girl the first of the week and Iramediatoly took a va catlon In order to get used to his new honors. Ho is said fo do the proud father act very well. Jtany people, not aware of the dan-pi-re of constipation, neglect the prop er remedy till tho habit becomes chronic, or Inflammation or stoppage results. A dose or two of Ayer's Fills 'n the beginning would have prevent ed all this. Elsewhere will be found the appli cation for a patent of the ISonny Jean mine and the notice of final proof of in mcstead entry made by Walter R. Fittsof Carlisle. Notwithstanding the hard times the people want to own their own property. O. R. Smyth left on Saturday's de layed train for Raton where he goes to luok over some coal properties for eastern friends. IIo probably will ex tend his trip to Kansas City and it may be will get as far as the Midway Flalsance, a suberb of Chicago. Ayer's Sarsaparilla Is one of the few remedies which are recommended by every Bchool of medicine. Its, strength, purity, and efilcacy are too well established to admit of doubt as to its superiority over all other blood purifiers whatever. Ayer's Sarsapar illa leads all. One night last week Dr. G. Tí. Wood, the well known physician and crack pistol shot of Silver City, heard a noise in tne store below his room and went out to Investigate. "When he got In the hallway the light from a dark lantern at the foot of the stairs -was Hashed In his eyes, lie Immedi ately knew that Silver City's pet burg lar was In the grasp. Before starting on bis trip of investigation he had picked up a Bixshooter from the table. His first thought on seeing the light was to kill the man, but it immedi atcly occurred to him that if he shot the uian in the leg he would have the fun of dressing the wound and might make an excuse for cutting it olf. This would be belter than killing half a dozen burglars. He turned the gnu looseand looked to see the maa dry p. lie did not drop but skipped. A sub sequent examination of the hallway 6howed the doctor that he had hit ti e door frame over the burglar's head. Oa examining the pistol he found it was not his own faithful gun, but one that a short sighted patient had.left in tho oillee by mistake. The noise of the gun had wakened several people and the alarm was general. Oa a window casing was found a cold chisel marked "D. Potter.", which immedi ately turned suspicion towards Lieil Potter. Deputy Sheriff Bacu was on tho street and as soon as the chisel was found started for Potters house, and found he was not at home. He waited and Potter soon came In thoroughly outof breath. lie was sir rested and caught trying to hide some money which was found to consist of a Mexican dollar and Borne oh:u!e It was found that a Mexican dollar had been stolen from the store that night. Potter was locked up and held forexamination. The Silver City pa pers thiuk it io st rong evidence of his guilt thai Totter has fecen living in town for some months doing notliiii'i for a living. If he can be convicted on this there are a great many more men in the town that ought to be sent up. Some time ago Potter was In Clifton and was accused of stealing a pocket book containing fuiir or the hundred dollars and some diamonds valued at about threo hundred dol lars. Tho pocket book was in the dressing room of a variety actress at the .Coronado theater, the actress swore she left the pocketbook on the table and weutoutof the room for a moment, and on coming brick saw Potter came out of tho room and found the pocket book gone. Putter iworo ho had not been in there. It was her word against his, and as there was nothing found on him his word was taken and him discharged. The people who think he Is guilty of this Silver City robbery think ho is the man who has been committing burg laries in that town for some time. It is said there Is other and very Incrlui inating evidence against him that will bi brought out at theexaiualimuu. Our readers will remember tho case of Roper, the cowboy who killed Sam Steele at Las Cruces last, winter. He was Immediately nrrcMed for the crime, his attorney was not Hied that he would be given a fair trial at tho term of court then about to set and if he made any eiTort to have the trial postponed or to take a change of venue the prisoner would not be able to stand the chango or the delny. The case was tried, Roper was convic ted and sentenced to bo hung last Tuesday. The cause was annealed to the Supreme Court, which was deci ded that Roper did not have a fair trial, and he should be given a new one. The reason tho court gave for saying the trial was not fair was that It was held too soon after the brutal murder, .and that in the excited state of the people were in he did not ob tain his rights, so he should bo given another chance. Tho Court was right, If Its decision be Judged from the standpoint of the criminal or of tho lawyer for the defense. Accord ing to its Idea of justice a case should never be tried until people have for gotten, until the witnesses have been scattered, and for fear they will not be scattered so thoroughly that tho peo ple cannot find them vt lieu the mur derer is ready,' ho is entirely will ing to lie in jail for several years and his friends will sneud money to get them jobs of work In adjoining states or territories, No, it was not Justice to have the case tried when the facts were fresh in every one's mind. Another very essential point for the criminal Is to have one or two of the right kind of men on the Jury. If a case Is tried immediately after the crime is committed it is al most impossible for the defense to get tba right kind of a jury, and there is nojehauce for any peculiar work. This is not justice to the criminal, any law yer will tell you so. The question whether justice was done to the people who had beeu outraged by a biulal murder never Is taken Into considera tion by the court, neither the law nor the constitution gives them any claim for justice, the only right they have is to thank their Maker that they were not murdered, the only privilege they have is to swear that the next cold blooded murderer who may happen to visit their community will not have a chance to appeal his case to the su preme court, that they will deal out justice, but that it will not be of the legal kind, but of t he kind that has done good to the hearts of men many times in this western country bud - we trust will do their hearts good many times more. Yes, let Justice be clone, and it is not too late in this case. Tuesday morning seven Chinamen dropped off a west bound freight train he:e. They looked a little suspicious and Constable Ownby took them in. They claimed to have a right to be In the country, but the only p ipers they could show were first class tickets from Kl Paso to San Francisco. As Chinamen do not travel on freight trains wilh first class tickets tills look ed a little more suspicious. It is known that there arc a great many Chi Lamen smuggled in from Mexico at TA Paso and the supposition is that these men had been so smuggled in and as there Is a close watch kept on tho trains there they were prjvided with tickets and sent out of town at night on a freight, wilh instructions to get ou nerc and take the regular passenger train. Deputy United States Marshal Moore came up from Demins Wednesday morning and took them in charge. Tuesday night a burglar broko the window in the side door of T, J. Cog gin's store and effected an entrance. He got away with about two dollars in chingo that had been left in the money drawer and a few boxes of sar dines. A tramp that had been around town the day before was not on hand Wednesday morning and It is suppos ed he was the. burglar. The loss was so small that no effort was made to capture him. R. 1!. Casey was In tho city Wednes day on his way to Chicago. He says that when hu reaches the windy city he will buy hi:n an entire new suit ( f eloihca, cutaway coat, get a clean shirt, uecktlu and boiled hat, and then apply for admittance into tho dude club. Ho thinks that when thus disguised no one will tako h!m for an Arizona rustler. Editor Ray of tho El Paso Times and real estate agent Coles of El Paso, had a short dixeussion in regard to the thruth everlasting the other lay. Mr. Ray now thinks he knows more about the truth than ha docs pugilism and that Coles knows more about pug ilism than about truth. Wisdom may begaiuedln many ways and this is one of them. Among the names on the Jury list for this term of court are R. IV Hart, John Mc.Cabe and F. S. Douglass. Mr. Hart Is In Chicago, Mr. McCabe is iu Mexico and Mr. Douglass Is in Ariz ona. They will none of them return to New Mexico until the Jury is filled. It is reported that the pay car on the Southern Pac! flu that is due here tins ween win noi put in an appear ance for a couple of weeks yet. Last Sunday morning a party con sisting of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Small, Mrs. Kellum, Miss Kcllr.ui, Miss Daisy Kelltim, Miss Payne, Miss Sal keld, Miss Kastwood, Miss Marshall, Messrs. MeCotirt, Antrim, D. H. and 1!. M. Ked.ie, Payne, Leahy, App, Stevens and Karl Kellum made a pic nic trip to Gold Hill and spent tho day under the trees. Jas. Ilanison had a contract to go with tho crowd lint had to put In the (lay huii(in;r Hones and Hoxer, who got away the night before. That they had a good time goes without saying fur that party always had a r;oud time. That they had plenty of the best of lunch can easily bo known when it Is re membered that Charlie App was the chairman of the committee on refresh ments. That they got home in a hurry after starting can be Imagined when It Is stated that Charlie Stevens led the procession With his famous mules and that the other teams.tricd, in Vain of course, to pass them. Lr.st Thursday night there was more railroad trouble between El Paso and Lordsburg. A westbound freight train between Gage and Separ went over a washout, or rather all the cars except the two rear cars and caboose went over It, theso three went into the ditch. It was night before the track was fixed so the passenger train could get by. There was also a wash out near Cambrey, where the big washout was a few weeks ago. This one prevented the trains passing until Saturday. Friday's castbound train turned at Doming and wennt back to California. Saturday tin trains got over tho track and Sunday they were on time again. Lem and Herb McGralh returned to the Agricultural College at Las Cruces this week. The new term opened iuursciay. J.cmisnowa senior and Herb isa sophomore. Mrs. V. II. Marble has returned from the east accompanied by her sl.Her, Mrs. Taffey, and nephew. Her daughters are in Chicago taking in the fair. Mrs. Henry Ross returned this week from her visit down in Texas and brought back her oldest daughter, who has been living there for some years. The latest quotations arc: Silver; 721; Copper, D.iiu; Lead, 3.ü7. For a lame back or for a pain in the side or chest, try saturating a niece of llannel with Chamberlain's Pain tialni and binding it onto t lie alfected parts. This treatment will cure any ordinary case in one or two days. Pain Palm also cuics rheumatism. CO cent bot tles for tale at Kagle drug store. A nuu who has practiced medicine for 10 years, ought to know salt from sugar, read what he says: Toledo, O., Jan. 10, 1SS7. Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co. Gentle men: 1 have been in the general practice of medicine for most 10 years, and would say that.ln all my practice and experience have never seen a preparation that I could, prescribe .villi as muehconlldencc of success as I can Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu factured by jmu. Have prescribed it i great many times and its effect Is wonderful, and would say In conclu sion that I have yet to find a case of Catarrh that it would not cure, if they would take it according to directions. Yours Truly, L. L. CousL'cir, M. I). Olllce, 225 Summit St. Wo will give $100 for any case of Catarrh that can not bo cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken inter nally. F. J. Chen-by Sc Co., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 73. If you want to buy a watch, clock or di- uirmil, or if you want your watch re paired in fir&t class shape send to Gi:o. V. Hickox t HixsoN, Hronann lil'xk. El Paso Texas. A Bad Cold II nut speedily rellored, mny lead to scrluus Issues. Where there is dilllculty of breath In;;, expectoration, or sureucss ol the throat and bronchial tubes, with a constantly lrrt-t-itliig coiikIi. tho very test remedy is Ayer' Cherry rectoral. It removes the phlegm, soothes Irrilutlou, stops couching, and In duces repose. As an emergency medicine, Ayer's Cherry rectoral should ho In every household. "Thero Is nothing belter for coughs than Ayer's Cherry rectoral. I use no niher preparation." Annie 8. Duller, JO l'ond Bt, l'rovldence, 1!. I. "I suilered severely from bronchitis; tut was CURED BY Ayer's Cherry I'eclorul. It saved my llfo." lieu. B. Hunter, doose River, N. 8. "About a year ago I Mok the worst old that ever a man had, followed by a terrible) cough. Tho best medical aid was ol no avail. At last I began to spit blood, when It was supposed to be oil over Willi me. Urery remedy (ailed, till a neighbor recom mended Ayer's Cherry rectoral. I took halt a teaspoonful oí this medicine, threo times a day, regularly, and very soon began to Improvo. My comb, lett tne, my leep was undisturbed, my Mirtilo re turned, my emaciated limbs gained llesli and strength ami, to-day, llutiiks to tho Pectoral, I nm a well man." 11. A. Unan, ü Waiter St., Lawn-no, Mass. Ayer's Gharry Pectoral 'l'Ki:i'ABKIl DT Cr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lew!!, Ihx. Hold by all Ln:t:.u. I'ricu .; tlx li.ilka, $5. Tuesday J. I). Weams telegraphed Constable Ownb that Vaide., tho man who murdered C. It. Pchutz, wan at 'Mr-;. Parker' ranch. It was Im ponible for Mr. Ownby to leave so he telegraphed Sheriff Laird. l'epuly llaoa started from Silver City and Prank MeGUnehy and M. P. Moore Parted from IVminu. They struck the t rail at cp:ir but found :i mistake had been made. The loan was not Yaldez, hut, was a Mexican who had liirht eyes and lived on tho Mimbres. The mistake was made by Jack Kut hl'.ul, w ho was irb aepiaitH"d with Valdez but thouirht this man answer ed the description very closely. The other day while tho passenger train west wat waiting at the depot for engines to be changed a wonderful hand at whist was noticed in a panic some gentlemen wefe playing in the Pullman. The dealer gave his partner the ace of spades and all the diamonds in the pack except tho nine fpot, and that he turned for trump. The cards were dealt honestly, but the result was astonishing to every one who taw It, It Is A Fact THAT FKOM DEMING or EL PASO TO THE WORLD'S FAIR Is The Very Best. Ask AciiU nl above points or thoso named below for route.'!, rates and folders. C. It. MOttKIIOCSK, A. T. MfnOLHOX, U. 1'. and V. A. 0. 1. mi T. A. Tupekii, F.l Pnsn. Uuriujr isa.VniM StX wlU bo ofsnrpi- riljig: excellence audA 111 print wore news and mine pure litera I it re tima ever fcefo-e lu II lúsíory. The Sunday Sun 13 tho rrcnlel PurUny Ncwppaper in the wo I 111. Trice no. i eojiy. II y mull is:i a year. Dully, by mall, - 10 .1 ye:ir. Daily nnd Sund iy, by m.ii!, - 83 a year. .IdtlrcsK TU o Sun, Now York. oxicr: H)K i i liUCATioN is m:vs- lAI'EK. Mining npplIcitiNm No. &J., U. a. Land Oí'mcü Lab Ci'itk.i, N. M. ) July. f iinniiiif ciii:iuy. by u, It. hmyth,, Htloriu'y-in-hu't whose m.stofücf Hiliircss in I.otMebui l'. Nmv Mj-o, hit this day HUM M itjiptU!liuii lora iMtteiit for 14 '7 Ihicnr IVrt ni tlui Cen- ortil Jt'rry lJoylo mine or vein beanntr copper and silver, with sui't'acfi uroini'l tiM) feet in wiilili, Bilunied in Hie irimurt miulnir ba rrier, fount y or iirant ami territory 01 jcv .Mexico u in I ilcMt-hunM bv the ib-M notes ami Oliieuil pli.t on lile in this olltee lot No, in town -id in twenty-three nouih nuitre eiuhi teen wci-t of N'-'w Mexico principal ttitM) ami meridian, auhl lot No. behitf described uh IoHuwh. to-wii ; lietnntnjr at corno 1. íoriuíon cor 60t quart ti te Mono '4xH;.S lim í iu irrouml with luotimlol mono lem keJ I -'.'., from whlrh Kect cor on w boundary of neet 7 t M 8 of r is w of tho Now Mexico principal baso ion! me- rioiu'.i tieurs u oi (K'jr m noti w i-v.i h loot u lice'rt Keatt bi ar- u K. Ick i;:J miu w. No mm hearings available, t heneo 8 Í0 deir M miu va VI ih u" In uiin e, ft to cor mi 2 locution cor. M't h povohyry etono LMxl'ix ins ti lu triouiM with inouii 1 ol stouo marked i rom which center of stmt t no ÍÍ bean s Có dex i mnnv ill i it 11M, center et biiatt no bears s 'Si dew ; nun o .JeJ ft tiist, center ol snni t no A bears n 'I deir -i) uun o i." r ft dl-( thence n dev :' min e vu I-' deif in miu e fr If pipe ttne stmtt to mill n and n ihu it roiol ii w and mi '..' ft to cor no ;i local ion cor, set ft porpüyry stone i;-'e.íi iuh , in ground v. it li mound oi' o 'tie mat ked ií-'.';.." on edt;o ot a roa l to boidi-'nnr, f:o:n which n coi of M uml'oldt í'n's lb h(. un mill build iiur bears n li'. deir 47 miu w -i-'.l tt oi-t, I'vrami 1 l'eak liears fie Mi n s K dex hi) in t n e n peak bears u h dex V min o, : t henee (i 4 dex ü min w va l:i deff iu o J:S) 1 1 a nud to f' rnmd nw and kc Uu) ft to oast end center of claim, a slake set in monument of Mono t 'at tr to i'or no 4 location eor on w side of same road to pyramid set a imrdliyry Htoue 2nxJ:'xlt iii4 jl( ground witli mound of stone marked 4-' from w hit h center of bhatt no tt bears n de(r 'M min w ft dist center of, sliatt no V bear- n f7 dctf 7 min w RVt tt dist, ; t ncnee 8 M dcr i min w va I' den Ji min o ;íV ft to eor no Ft location eor set n jtorphvrv loiie l 1 1 i in 3 in u round with uiouml of siono inarked f '. ' i- from wliieii tho Initial lo cation monument of thin claim hears n 4dcfr 6 min e ;("U f t ilit center ol' sha 1 1 no t bcura n ;V1 dey 4M mill W bi It dir-l cenierof MuUt HO 1 bears n 7;i der miu w "t 7 ft. dist, thenco n ' deiy Ui min w u 12 detf H) min c ascending ItMi ii iuart.itu d ku lie and sw T.i ft to cor no tí loeaiioii cor set a porphyry Mono Üa!wxU 1 lis vi in ground with uiouiid of -átono marked tl-Klfi fioin whit h cei- no 1 survey no tí" Atwood hdo Standard Mutual miniinr Co, claiiiuiul bears m lit ihv min v to i ti teet tlist. initial monument A twood lnde beam s Git dew UI miu w center of slutl t no lu bears & NV ttejr inin o 2c. ft ft dist, thenco ii 4 dew 6 mino va l.i b tt 10 min o 60 ft top of ridro e and w descend lim) ft to wost end center of claim a Make set in mound of stone tX ft to cur no l placo of bo yinninf. Mat netln variation LJ dctf 1Ü miu 0, ooniufil tiir 'M -ilH ucrfi. 'i'ito location of this mino Is recorded In tho recorder's oltleu of (riant tiouuty, Nt w Mexi co In IsHik 1 putfe fil'ioi mining loeatfHis. 't he nd jiilniiikf ciuiinanirt aro Hia.idai d Mil tual M ininw t 'o. sw, Ai w oid mine, (,'. Kink et nl c, Ne.v Vorkmiuo, llumboldl MfuiuCo. u, ArriiiKtoii mine. An and ad peffions c'ltlinin .r odvcrsely any port ion id said tienera Uorry Hoy te in I tic or su r liiee t-ronnd aio reiiiircd to tilt; their d ere c la i ins with i 'ie rtv isier of I he I. rdicd Si ales land oiHro at Las ( ruces iti the le-rif'ry tj' .New Vevico during the si'ity days eriud of t'll blie.it ion hereof, or they wilt tal t-ui t K d by Mono ol tiiu pi "ovirOoiis of t lie statute. hAMi i.i, V. Mt l la. v, Ucfeflc'..cj. Oro Shippers can have the amplnur, eUrhi tur, ctu.. sup-w-viscd nnd ooiinler-aay of cheek sample male by tb-cMiari and" Hirki'ltiiiiiin of rho I ml pendent A-ay t Hiiro ni Un ruto of Mi) per car load. Address i lux iV-l, LI Tumi, 'IV whs. RANCH FOR SALE. KKDZIK & CLASS!. N, I.ordlurv, X, M. Squatter title, located, 1SS5, and situated in Graham county Ariz. T.and noorvcyi'd and situated about 10 or 12 iiiih" from Clifton easterly. Living sprhi',';, and th hind Is suli rlMted: water can he had in from 7 to 12 feet; 40 acres of limbic land 2" acres broke nnd under fence: Soil is rich nnd there is about 40 acres al together of pood fanning land. The location Is good for a small stock or horse ranch 1000 head. Commands n flue rantre. 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. Wind mills and a system of piping would mako It of un told value for an extensive stock ranch. Watchmaker, Jeweler. The repntrliijr of watcho , 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 pact's store. II. LEMON, (Lato of London, England) CLIFTON - ARIZONA The Coronado AND Short Order House. Cuisine first class. Attentive "Waiters. The tables supplied with everything that can be had in the mar ket. i M Opposite Depot, CLIFTON ARIZONA COUNCIL ROOMS Choice Wines, Liquors ntbUIIavnna Ciuro Operatic And other mimical selections ren dered each niffnt for ontertnln mcnt of pMrons. Daily and weekly newspapers and other peri odicals on file, For full particulars call on Hugh Mullen - Prop CLIFTON ARIZONA NOTICE FOll Pt'B LTCATION. TiAND OV-lU-uttt Las Cruces, N. M., August 1Ü, 11, Nottc ia heruty riven that t hu follow íiur nuiiied settler has IU J no tico of his intention to make final proof in su pptirt of hH claim, and t hat such proof will be niado before probate J udjre or probate clerk at Si I ver C.l v, N. M., on lepo in Ircr "t, I vi.: Collin l1'. Mill of I'iumvh, Ar;o:ia, who made Hd. entry No. t.'l.''l for Die N ; NW i.,, JSK NW U'tdW U Mi lk ceo. r.t a, it w. ile names tho folio win u Itncsses to prove h is cent iriiif'UH rerd. lenco upon, v.u cu.tiva lion of. said land, viz: Anurew C. Windham. ( alvin Ca-tiHo, Joseph it. Herwei' und tjooi k) li. Cok per, all of Unman. Arootut. Any persow who desires to protest against the a'lhn ante of sucti proof, or w lio km s o I mi) Hubi-iantial reason, under tho Ikhh and the reu uiaitoim t.f the laierior liepariiiieiit why such proof should not be nlioweil, wiil be m en an opport unity at tho ubcte rneu. tinned lime and placo to cros-e.ainimi ttio v, ri nvr -es of said Claimant, and to idler evi dence in rebuttal of that submilted by the claimant, trUMTbL. I. M t'luM, kt-if i.- tt r. 1 Irst Publication Aiiff. IH. N'OTU'B l''H riTl!LICATU LAND OK iho. at Lie'- Cruee-t, New dexico. Ail. !.", l.'..t. .Notice In hereby plven that, the fob lowing named settl.-r han tiled ueilee of hi. iiitcnl'O'l to inal.e tlnal pitsd' ill support ot hi claim, and that fuid p.id niil be made before l'ni' a'o JudiM or I'lubato clerU at í'dver City, New Merico, on September ÍÍ7, is'.HI, viz: Willhou 11, AbvMiiiderol t 'arbole, N, M., wlif luMde hd. entry No. .'iD fur tbu N W See. W, Tt. l.M. It 11 Wost. tleuuines t he íu'hiW inx W it rehi-e-t to prove hlsuoiiniai'iiH re-tub neo uwiii, and enUiv.o lem of said land, vl: CrtMk Ij. ri-lit nnd A. IÍ. l.iiird, of Hilvjr City. N. M., .bn-k M f.- tb -!e- uf Carli.'-íe, N. M.atiul Frank Har per ot Uiia, N. M. Auv pei ion ho desiroH to p-rtdest h'-rainst the idiomatic ot sin-h prexd' or w lio kilo s of an v subí-1 ant in I re:ioii under the a vr a i:d tlio re. ;m la! iou- of t ho Inierior dei'.u trieiit, why hlli !l p'-ool nlioitld Hot lie ullti'.ve.l, K III lo t il an opportunity at tho r. ioo inoiitio'.' RESTAURANT Iiiiit.t und phuo to croc-j exauniie tlie : m oi f-aul claimant, and to db r evidem lu it bul i al A timt í j Hill o d b V ehiinei nt , áAWlJM i'. .Mi hi , iuhu r. Fu t,w publiciilloii Auu.i. t b. WESTKKN LJBKJÍAL. Subscribe for u:ul adverllc n Tiie Western Libera! rubiished at rUCfl Minitur Campi. PmeltrS and lieduc t lion W ui-ks svn rouud us 0 VU Ncnrrt rrrr U nt Silver City, a dis tance UI 1111 1U1U'3. u VOS tlio North of uh llc Malone RnJ Car llelc. N JOKTHEAST lies UoM Hill. OCTn of us ftrc S'liaknrP"''' nnd ryrnmld. ftGCTll WEST ie Cr.ylorsvlllP. EST oro Sttlu' Tugs nnd tlio Volcwio TJla tilct. N OUTIlWESTnrcCiirllilo and East Cuir.p. LORDSBURG Intho Drpot of (nipr.ll. i for this cjtmia'.Yt uiluiug UiBlrlot nud loi tlio Uuaditi.8 ol Loouiod from THE Gllfi 8IVER On tho Kortli lo the leii Line On tlio South Ctivc rs all this vual territory and In devoU-d tho m teres U of. MIXKUS, . 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