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Lrdhnrg New M calco. PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. By DOM: M. (ID7.lt, 8ubecrÍBtiea Frio. Oira Mentha II 00 BIX Month 1 V rne Tear 00 Subscription Always Fayablein Advance. Tiik Albuquerqtieans have about come to tbe conclusion that they will not bold a fair thin fall. Mkthodikt are going to build a rburch at Lordsburg and Don: Ked zie, tbe editor, Is getting ready to nove away, ai timo are evidently changing. El I'bso Herald. Not on your life. Kcdzle and the churches are great friends, and It Is probable that the Liueual will be selected as the official church organ-. It will be remembered that four years ago John M. Wright was chair man of the Grant county republican committee and put up the best fight ever made In thin county, giving, for the first time in years, the republican candidate for cougress a majority of the votes. Well, John M. could not swallow the St. Louis platform, and like Teller and Carr and Itetts, has temporarily left the party. On the Brst page of tills paper will be found a letter he wrote the San Francisco Exatuluer defining his position In Ibis campaign. Tns Enterprise has christened E. M. Young "the watch dog of the county treasury." This is a pretty good name and was acquired by the noble efforts Young makes to keco from drawing warrants to pay allowed accounts when the owner of the account docs not happen to be Inside the line. The Liberal recently saw a county war rant which Y tiling had "watchdoj;ged" fer two years and a half before the owner got It. The Enterprise might Interview the "watchdog" and learn how the S. U. Newcomb Judgement was settled. It has many readers who would read such an Interview with great deal of interest. It Is quite well known In political circles that Collector of Internal Hev enue Shannon and the democratic gang at Santa Fc do not get along very well together. In fact, that gang is altogether too tough for man like Shannon to associate with. Tbe gang has been trying to get rid of Sbaonon, and many and numerous are tbe charges that have been made against him. Finally the department at Washington concluded to Investi gate tie oincc, and sent out a special inspector to find the shape affairs were in. Tbe inspector dropped Into the ofllce unexpectedly and gave it a most thorough inipectlon. He reported to the department at Washington that be found the office In first class shape, there wa not a thing left un done that should be done, there was not a thing done which should have been left undone. In short he did not know of an office that was kept any better. Now at Washington all com plaints from Santa Fc go Into the waste basket. The Liberal takes pleasure In making public this fact for It is seldom that this can be said of an office run by democrats. The only way to account for it is that the oOlce force Is composed of Grant county men who nver before held an office. Collector Shannon is an old resident of this county, his chief dep uty Is the good Deacon Loomlsof Sil ver City and tho clerk Is Hud Moore of Deming. The gold bug democrats have con cluded to call a national convention aud nominate a straight gold ticket. It is understood that President Cleve land, although be refused to publicly approve or disapprove of the project, is heartily in favor ef it and will use all tbe power of his official patronage to aid the ticket. Then will come the fun. There are thousands of demo cratic office holders who will, when told to support tbe gold bug ticket, promptly resign their offices, trusting to Bryan to restore them. There are other thousand who kuow that they could not receive a re-appolntment from liryan, who will enthusiastically support the ticket. In New Mexico there Is not much doubt how many of the office holders will go. Governor Thornton will never give up his good thing if he can help it, and If his or ders to bolt Bryan include, as they probably will, Instructions to bring bis pj,rr. Vhe New Mexican, with Lira be will immediately order Editor Oli -org Cross ti wite goldbug edito ilals, and do.t't for a minuto think that Cross cannot w'rlte a good edito rial oo both gldcA of any (jucHtlon. Then will tho great and ood Harvey D. FtrgusHou, the democratic candi date for congress, raise up bis voice and pray, using a form of Bryan's in vocation: "Do not press down on the trow of New Mexico deiuociacy this crown of Thornton's; do not crucify the subscribers of the New Mexican upon this Cross of gall." The Wlllcox News has changed owners, Chas. E. Fugh having sold the paper to Horace Dunlap. The News will In the future, as in the past, bo a sound republican paper. Pedro de la Lama, the Clifton anar chist who was sent to Jail for sixty days for contempt of Justice Wright's court at Cliftoii, was brought before Judge House of the district court at Solomonvlllc on a writ of habeas cor pus. Judge House examined the case carefully and found that Justice Wright had not exceeded his authori ty in summarily committing de la Lama for contempt, and that the commitment papers were properly made out, but held that trie district court could modify the sentence, and by virtue of this power reduced the sentence from sixty to fifteen days in Jail. As de la Lama had served ten of the fifteen days bo was allowed to pay a fine of a dollar a day for the other five, and on doing this he was given his liberty. Wednesday inurning abou'. three o'clock a band of Yaqui Indians at tacked the Mexican custom house at Nogales with the intention of robbing it. There was a fierce, fight in which many Americans, including the No gales company of tho Arizona militia, participated. The Yaquis were drlv en away, and as they went over the hill thirty men were counted, three of whom were mounted. Thirteen men wero killed In the fight, five Mexicans and eight Yaquis. Mrs. Stevens and Master Ltwrcnoe got as far as Pyramid on their way to visit Mrs. Chase in the Animas valley when Lawrence was attacked with croup and Mrs. Sturcus thought it wise to return home. Mrs. Hoffman, Mrs. Medrow, Mrs. Small and Miss Mar shall, however, made the trip, and have been visiting Mrs. Chase aud her garden this week. They returned on Wednesday. A little daughter of Mr. Lewis Day ton, an old and much respected citi zen of liarnitz, Pa., occasionally has trouble with her stomach, which gives her considerable distress. In speak ing of It Mr. Dayton said: "As soon as she has an attack we give her a dose of Chamberlain's colic, cholera and diarrhoea remedy, and it has nev er failed to relieve ber promptly. We all use it In our family with the same good results." For sale at the Eagle drugstore. Mallard's no l.iiiluient. This invaluable remedy Is one that ought to be in every household. It will cure your rheumatism, neuralgia, sprains, cuts bruises, burns, frosted reetaud ears, sore throat and sore chest. If you have lame buck it, will cure It. It penetrates to the seat of the disease. It will cure stiff joints and contracted muscles after nil rem edies have failed. Those who have been cripples for years have used Mal lard's snow liniment and thrown, awav their crutches and been able to walk as well as ever. It will cureyou. Price 50 cents. Free trial bottle at Eagle drug store. j A Sonuil Liver Make a VII Man, Are you bilious, constipated or troub led with jaundice, sick headache bad taste in mouth, foul breath, coated tongue, dyspepsia, indigestion, hot dry skin, pain In luck and between shoul ders, chills and fever, etc. If you have any of these symptoms your liver Is out of order, and your blood Is be ing poisoned because your liver does not act promptly, llcrbine will cure any disease of the liver stomach or bowels. It lias no equal as a liver medicine. Price 75 cents. Freo trial bottle at Eagle drug store, DUNCAN AMI SOLOMON VII.I.K. Mall and Kxpresa Line. Stage leaves Solomonvlllc Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7 a. in., and arrives at Duncan "nt 12 in., mak ing close connection with the A. & N. M. Ily. Leaves Duncan Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 12 m., arriving at Soloinonville at ti p. ni. i nis une is eiiuinea with eiegant Conc'oicd Coaches, Fine Stock, and careful drivers. rare $5. Low charges for extra baggage. The quickest and safest route to express matter to .Solomon vlllc. Noah Gickv, Prop. Solomonvlllc, A. T You are In a Itailt-'lx Hut aiti will cura you if you puv u. Men who are Weal;. Nervou and bilí Utod niirl.-nnif from Nervoun Debility Seminal weakness, anJ all th r1.-t of eArlyevil habits, or luli-r inJiKcvetions, whi'-b lea l to Premature Dway. consump tion or inetamtv, should lund I'm ami read the "book of lit.," eiving particular foi d home cure. S-"nt (sealed) free, ty d reusing Dr. Parker's Medial nd miri'i cal inntite, liil Noit'a Spruce St., Nah Tille, Tnnn. Tboy iruai antee a cur.t or no pay. I hesunrluy .vkirinnir. Biliousness Tomes from torpidity of the liver, which pre- Vr.t5 dlfrtln and rauH'H fixxl to irrment la üi sIoiiumIi. l'ortuci relic I Is found iu h'ood's Pills Which cura all I.I ver Illa. Price 2Ac. Notlr. To Whot.1 It Ma Coitoern: That the undei-slirned Is a half owner, more or less, lu Iba Volcano Minina Cluliu, sitúale In the Kluibell lulnlns; district, Urant ooun ly, Uirrllurr nf New Mexico, and beitihy Kives not In that said Interpol shnll not he held rosponslble for aujr lahur or dftits con triirted or Injuries rco-lved hy any em ployeos employed by others tuua uiynelf. That nodclu arersll' aralnl said Inten'st unle.s i,Qtr"id ty uiyself. W. K. MlADK. May Sod, in. Some years ago when suffering with an uncommonly severe attack of di arrhoea Mr. W. It. Gulnnip, of Acto, Pa., received through the mail a sam ple bottle of Chamberlain's colic, chol era and diarrhoea remedy. He says: 1 found u to be one of tbe most ef fective remedies I ever used. It gave me almost Immediate relief. It has no superior and I think no equal, No bad effects follow the uso of this reme dy. It is pleasant to take when re duced with water and . sweetened. Children like it. It never fails. It is the most perfect remedy ever pro duced for bowel complaluts." For sale at 25 and CO cents at Eagle drug store. For Over nrtjr Tear. An Old and Wkll-Tiued Remedy. Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup has iieen used ror over riity years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and Is the best remeoy Tor Diarrhoea. Is pleasant to the taste. Sold by Drug- ists in every part or the world, T wenty-flvc cents a bottle. Its value is incalculable. He sure and ask for Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, and takeno other kind. MB einiarfomisna'aiiTrj Slllrl S POOL! 0 ÍS !k1 JOAfl 0.1113 r S"B onioq JDd it Jonjnj poom njx oup eqj si cuuudusjrjg " U ru -Suusnns pn broujidis iusa avid 'qiH)i pooa nis)sj 'agsesip ojno o 11 JB spueanotii X 11 mu os Aqj& s 1qx sasiMSp Xubiu oa eojno qi AtiM 8 iqx pooiq ojnd sasui bh!-iJ,hubS a,pooi '8uqsaj9j pu isatis 'panos doois jnoA pus 'Suoiii eq ijiai soAJaa jnojt jasddBstp ijtm mnarg jres pn atniojoa -UMouMun eq tu.u maitunaM pa uiaijauinsqH 'iqsdaduCp oa eq 1H A eiaqi pus 'snojoSis. aq mil subSjo aipseS IP pa tpBtuoqs eq 'pooiq qiisaq 'qoI sjnd qilAi "quosq panos su bo in poofó Wanted-An Idea Who en think of some alraple Protect tout Id raw: ther mar briaa yon wealth. Write JOHN W KUUEUUÜHN ft CO.. Patent Attor nr, Washington, D. , for tbelr $l,ftju irUe ollttr muM : ox ivio uiuiurou iutbuviodb vfauiu JIM LEE NCH COUNTER TWENTY-ONE MEALS FOU $6.00 LORDSBUIiG, N. MIX Watchmaker, Jeweler. The repairing -of watch , 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 cora paey's store. II. LEMON, (Late of London, England) CLIFTON - ARIZONA leal Market. The only Meat Maiket in Lordsburg Is nw run by DUNAGAN BROTHERS. The best meat on the range is ban died by us. ii'xa;an mtOTiiKRH. James I Dealer In J Huudles everything in the line of IDxy Crood-o and Grccerles Thu' I'.ie Karuicrand Miner wants. CALIFORNIA CANNED AND EVAPORATED FRUITS Tobaooo and Fina Cigars, i . May, Grain, Deans, Onions and other Farm Troduui a specialty. Orrut care exercised In selecting these ar tlolcs. All orders for Forage and other sup plies fllled with promptness and at prices courlstent with Market Vulues. DUIlCAfi ARIZONA Bind qilAV Tom General Mentad r.iQREnci - ARIZ. TIIK CABINET A favorito'reanrt foi thoao who ara in faror of the;rre coinage of silver. Miners, Pros pectors, Rancher and Stockmen. Music Every Night. CB0I01 Wines XAqviors and Cigrare. Of the moat popular branda. 8. KtTTnKHFORD CO. Arizona Moronol MEXICAN SALOON Fine Wines, Kentucky Whlskres, French Brandies and Im ported Cigars. Vino Fino, Whiskies de Kentucky, Cogna Fra no y P uros ai portado. "Tí ALTARKS, Morencl Arizona 8AKTOUIS CARRASCO, Props. (iood whiskies, braudics, wines and One Havana Cigars. Spanish Opera each night by a troupe of ' Trailed Coyates. liorencl Arlsoaa til The Favorite of Morencl, Arizona. Double Stamp Whiskies-California WIik narranteu ruro Grapo Juice Forcigi and Domostie Cigars -A Quiet Resort Daily and Weekly Papers Always on sand, It tbs mulls dou't fail. K. DAVIS, Proprietor Arizona & Hew Meiico Railway TIME TABLE. 1RENCI SALOON DETROIT UTÍMM L1JUU11 0 B 5 Tiyg Tadi.s J. a k 1 g II No. Í 5 g C g Aug.2fl.1894 " No. 2 TATIOKS. 3 No.l 13:00 m l.T..I,ordiborg.,Ar lo:osn 1 :iai p m 20 " ..rummit..,.Lr 2 8:20 am 2:00pm 40 Ar. .. Imuran. .. ' 20 Man 2:111 pui Lv... luucnn....Ar 8:10am 2:ar,prai7 " ...sheldon....Lr 7 7:4ft a in 2:4Hp.i. M " ...Yarks.... " 8 7:3aiB S:(i6pm K, ''.Coronado..." 6 7:2Sam :2)ipni fio " .. Gnlhrie.... " 4 7:laui 8:Mpin fit " 8ldin(r... " (l señara 4:lpm M " ..N. siding... " 2 8:40 a ai 4:30 pin 71 ' r. . . .Clilton. I.r 6 t:lil Trains atop on signal. K9rTralns ru n daily except Sundays. PAS9INOKR BATK8. Clifton to Nonh Bid i ag . ' " Houth Siding " " (luthrie " ' t'Aronade " " Yorks " ' " 9 aeldon " " Ifuncan " ' Kurnnilt ' " Lordsburg 1 .68 .70 l.W 1 sa t.l 2.50 3.3S 4.80 5.W Children between nve and iv&itn vnra n age half price. f 100 p.unds of baggage carried free with each full fare, ahd M pouads with each half fare ticket. TOM TONG- win HOUSE dinihgroom Tabid supplied with tbe best in th market. Kverytiiirjf neat and olean. IF TOO WANT aNFORMATWIt 8 OUT WMü0"U''. H.a.qina Altores, SOLDIERS, WIDOWS, CHILDHEM, PARENTS. AMO. for Boidier and Sailers dtahlxl tn W nneef eiiljr In the nnlar Army or hvr alam lo wr, Por? Irors o( 11. u ladino wri of lítia t mni tUfli wi ows,Biawentltld. 01dudra)iai.hus snostaitr. lliuuwi'Us entltiud to liii-iwr nu. twnM Conpuy Is nuuuged by a eomlilnsUon oí UM largest aad most fnflaMiUal newspapers la Uis Dalted atetes, for the express purpose of protect, lag thatr enksOTlaara against anserepaloaa and laooapetant Claim Aamta, and sack paper printing this sdverUaement Touehss for ths nspenslbUtqr and alga sua ding ot the frase Claims Company. E. E. BURLING AM E'8 UUT OFFICE Vo'osr EitAliltlied In Co)orilo, 1U. Btrniplim by mall or 9i)ruw will receive pruuiii aud cm luí lumiuiv, Bold & Silver Bullion "ry(í' I'Msitit Adlrtu, 17M 1 1731 Lsmaet Ot, lam. Colo. The M Eictap Saloon ' Calces a specialty cf FINE KENTUCKY EXPORT BEER, BILLIARDS. XX. jhALX2XuX2Tl, THE The Best Table in Town; . Good rooms and comfortable teds. 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J-i With the view of protectinj inrentors from worthies or careless attontayá and of seeing that iuveutioas ar well protected by valid patents, w hti& reumed conssel expsrt in patent practice, and therefore ara preparad to Obtain Patenta in tho United States and all Iorelgr Countrlom, Conduct Intez-forenoea, Mako ' 8peeíaj Examinations, Proaoonte Rejected Cama, Keglatoat Trade-AIarJcm and Copyright, Rendar Opinion e4 to Soopa and Validity of Patent, Promeeuto aM uetena Inlringement If yon have an Invention on hand trether With brief description of th , , Once arlTDWn SI in til TimI onnr& fr, others ara infrine;ing on your rights, or others, submit the matter to na for a matter. -, s. -. . , THE PRESS CLAIHS COHPANY, 618 r STREET, .NORTHWEST, P O Bmv 9BSI UirK.f,.r.a,iri.i . . ... junn niuuLKouKM, Managing Attorney j rTals Company la managed by a aomblnatloa of the largest and most laaoential nstXal papers la the United States, for U expresa parpóse of protecting; their eatwerrkvara against nnserapaloas and incompetent Fatant Agents, and sack paper printing this ad!fs) tieemcat Teaches for the responsibility and hija standing of the rreea Clsrats Ossatpasv . "Cui Hila out and sand M wtth your Inejtirrylw I DON'T STOP TOBACCO system will be as free from nicotine as tbe day before you took your first chew or smoke. A iron-clad written guarantee to absolutely cure the tobaccohnbit In all II forms, or money refunded. Price 1. 00 per box or 3 bfxes (30 days treatment and guaranteed cure,) 12.50. For sale by all drugtt-.sts or will he sent by mall upon receipt of price. SEND SIX TWO CENT KTAMTS FOli SAMPLE BOX. Booklets and proofs free. Eureka Chemical & M'f'g Co., La Crosse, Wis. Offlce of TUB PIONEER PKEH8 COMPANY. C. W, Honmrg. Sup. Bl. Paul, Winn., Bedt. T 1PM Eureka Cbemlral and MTg Co., I.a Crosse, Wis. bvar Sirs I bare lxMn a tolmooo rlend for man y years, and during tbe psst twe yesrs have smoked Bftwn tn tewuty olgars regularly every dar. My whole nervous syxlem heoarno alteeted, until my iliysician told me 1 iniihl give up the UKeof toliacco for the time being U'snt. I tried the so-railed "Keely Cure," ''No-To-IIho." and varloua other remedies 'hut without sucoeits, until I aooldenliifly learned of your " Hiico-Curo." Three weeks hko tolar I eouiuieiioed using your preparation, anrt today I ronHlilr myself completely cured; I am in perfect health, aiidtlie bonilile craving for tobáceo, which every inveterate smoker fuilr appreciates, has completely left me. 1 consider your " Haoo-Curo". simply wnndertul, suij can fully reoomuend It. Vours WHISKIES, PABST'S JjOrdOTDMrs1 EEIE io!e; story RSOPá man thw olher oi new s&Si vmv sta a v . ,., - having claims jalnit th mrrernmMt 9 Salta, Uto., Uto. send a sketch or photograph thereeí, toi Imnnrtanf f.iiiiru mxX ll v. A 1 . , v. . www w.a. w TlT 1 1 - . . . .1 if yon are charged with infringemeat ral fable riPlNTAM IvWnr. k,.. WASHINGTON, D ARL WGTOfl 8 lili IT'S INJURIOUS TO STOP SUDDEHLT and dun't, be Imponed upon by buying a rem edy thai requires roa to rio so, a it is nota ing more than a substitute. In the sudden stoppage of tobacco you must have some stimulant, and Id most all cases, tbe effeob of the stimulant, he it opium, morphine, ar other opiates, leaves a far worse habit con tracted. Ask your druggist about BACO iuivu. ii is purely vegeta ble. You do not ha to to stop using tobacco with BACO CUKO. It will notify you when to stop and your desire for tobacco will cease. Vm, very truly. C. W. Hoagica.