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Lrd.br( New Mexlro. PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. By Dtl II. KKD7.IK. Subscription Price. raraa Montba l ) Six Mvntfes I Tr Da Year W Subscription Always Payable In Adrnuce. The eleclion of J. A. Mahrtney Indi cates that the p'.-ojile of Grant county are willing to have thecounty divided. Tins Is the first Issue of the tenth Volume of the Liheilai,. Fur nine yeara It has labored for the advance ment of the town, the county, the ter ritory and of humanity. That it has been entirely unsuccessful it is not willing to claim. On Novembers Mr. Jtryan sent the following message to Major Mciviu ley: "Senator Jones has Just Informed me that the returns indicate your election and 1 hasten to extend tuy congratulations. We have submitted the Issue to the American people and their will is law." The next morning Major McKinley answered as follows: "I acknowledge the receipt of your courteous message of congratulation . with thuuks, aud beg you will receive my best wishes for your health and happiness." These men are "all right " REGARDING THE EETCENS. Grant county has always been the home of the independent voter. The party cry could never carry a ticket through. The vote of two years ao Is a fair sample of the vole for many years. Of the seventeen names on the tickets eight republicans aud nine democrats received pluralities, uo more evco division could have been made. The average plurality of the eight republicans was 87 and of the nine democrats was 10G. If the votes had been evenly divided there would have been a democratic plurality av eraging 12. This year the returns are different No republican received a majority of the votes In Grant county. That the Voters of the county arc still inde pendent is shown by the d I (Terence In the democratic majorities, running from 052 for congressman to 41 for col ector, the average being .150. Looking over the majorities it will be seen that they naturally form three groups, viz: (1) The congressional ticket with a majority of 'JÓ2. (2) The leg islative ticket, with an average malor HyofSOO, (3) The county ticket, with an average majority of 2Ó8. What do these differences signify, and what caused them? The trouble among Grant county republicans Commenced before the county convention last March and nothing has happened since to lessen the differences. The disgraceful squabbles between would be leaders has bad a continuous influence on the campaign. Out this has not been the chief trouble. At the Las Vegas convention the mcti In power, hungry for the pie that Major McKinley would cut, decided on a practical endorsement of the St. Louis platform. The delegates from the south protested, saying that their constituents had ever believed that the republican party of the territory bad always been in favor of free silver, the delegates from Grant told the men in power that the voters in this county could not be herded to the polls like Kheep and made to vole as directed. The protests were unavailing, the warnings were sneered at and the gold plank was adopted. This re sulted la every southern count giv ing Fergusson a large majority and electing him. The republicans of Grant, still be lieving as they always have on the sil ver question, expressed themselves in no uncertain terms In their platform The effect of this Is shown iu the re mits. Of the 475 men w ho bad for merly voted the republican ticket and refused to do so this year, only 125 con cluded to let the hide go willi the horns, and voted the county demo cratic ticket. The legislative ticket, which stood partly on both platforms was notas badly beaten as the territo rial ticket but was worse beaten than the county ticket. If Mr. Catron and his friends had not repudiated the Socorro platform of 1804 there is no reason to doubt he would have been elected, the legisla ture would have been republican and a portion of the Grant couuty republi can ticket would Lave been choseu. In passing It mfjht l mciitioued that ou the county ticket the two re publicans against whom the largest number of votes were cast were Mr. l'errault and Mr. Splller, and these two unfortunate gentlemen wero known to faiuo as the olltlcal prote ges of the editor of the Silver City En terprise. Whether there Is any con nection between thce facts the Liu- kra Is not Id a posittou to accurately determine. All of which Is referred to tue care f til and prayerful consideration of the republican leaders of the couuty and the territory. The election returns show that Mc Kinley carried the following states: California, Connectlct, Dclcwnre, Ill inois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Ma ryland. Maine, Massachusetts, Mlchi" liiiu, Minnesota, New Hampshire. New Jersey, Now York, North Dakota. Ohio. Oregon, Pennsylvania, Ilhode Island, South Dakota, Vermont, West Virginia and Wisconsin, with an elec toral vote of 277, and a popular plu rality nf 1,013,000. Itryan carried the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Colorada, Florida, Georgia, Idilio, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Mis souri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tex as. Virginia and Washington, with an electoral vole of 1"5 and a popular plurality of ó4fl,!00. Tennessee and Wyoming, with 15 electoral vote's, are still in doubt. McKinley has 53 more electoral voles than he needed to he elected and ho has a popular plurality of 1,00(1, UK). Ferguson carried the territory by about 1,300. His largest majority was In Grant county, ÜÓ.!. Catron carried only three count i '8, Ilerualillo by C00, Itio Arriba by 200 and Valencia by 1,400. The legislature Is democratic In both blanches. All the republican candidates for the legislature carried Dona Ana county, but the democratic majorities in Grant county were quite large enough to overcome them. The entire republican ticket, was elected in Dona Ana county, for the first time in years. Durinor many years residence In the far west 1 had many opportunities lor observing the wondeitul effects ol Chamberlain s colic, cholera mu ill arrhoea remcdv. Itsoflleacy wasdeni oustraied in the alkali regions, wlieie the waler produces violent purging. It allayed the attack when all oilier remedies fulled. I repeatedly saw the the greatest distress from diarrhoea cured in a few minutes. I used the remedy myself with most sat isfacti ry rcstilis, and can recommend il for the complaints for which It is indi cared. II. V. Gilingham, editor of the ltepiibllcan, l'hoenixville, la fur saie at the Eagle drug store. Mow to Ward utr ail Attack of Croup. Ill speaking of this much dreaded disease Mr. C. M. Dixon, of l'leasam Uidge, l'a., said: "1 have a little girl who is troubled frequently during the winter months with croupy ulfecuons. Whenever the Urst. symptoms occur my wifcglves her Chamberlain's cough remedy, and the result is always prompt and satisfactory." This rem edy is used by thousands of mothers throughout the foiled States, also In many foreign countries and always v. ilii perfect success. It is only neces sary to give II. freely when the child becomes hoarse or as sson as the croup cough appears and all symptoms of croup will disappear. For sale at. 25 and 50 cents per bottle at the Eagle drug store. Mallard's ituoiv l.iniiiieut. Tills invaluable remedy is itm that ought to be iu every household. It will cure your rheumatism, neuralgia, sprains, cuts bruises, burns, frosted lect aud ears, sore throat and tore chest.. If you have lame back it will cure It. It penetrates to the seat of the disease. It will cure stilt joints ami contracted muscles alter all rem edies have failed. Those who have been cripples for years have used Hal lard's snow liniment, and thrown away their crutches and been able to walk as well as ever. 1 1 wili cure you. Price 50 cents. Free trial bottle at Eagle drug store. 1 A Sonad Liver M i It 94 Well Man, ' Are you bilious, constipated or troub led with jaundice, sick headache hail tasto in mouth, foul breath, coaled tongue, dyspepsia, Indigestion, hoi dry skin, pain iu h ick anil between sluiul ders, chills and lever, 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, llertiine will cure any disease of the liver stomach or bowels. It has no equal as a liver medicine, l'rlce 75 cents. Free trial bottle at Eagle drug store, You are In a Hud Fix Hut we will euro yun if you will piiy u. Meo who hid Wl-nit. Nrvou and di-luli-tllteil mitl.'r'og from Nrvniis Debility. S'üirmil weakness, ami ti'l the tttiT.U of eailyevil balms, or Liter imliaiTutinus, wlii.-li lead to 1'n'iriutiire IVcay. cciiiini tion or Insanity. ImiiI.I -nd for kimI ieud tue Look of li!'," (riving tjrf irulara fur d liuine fiir. 8?rit (sealed) IYi by il ri" nj 1. Partir' .Vb"lie,il nn. mirgi cl inliti 151 North Spruce Si., N;i.h villf, Tnn. T liny ifi iMiih'H a ur' or no pwy . TlieSundsy Ylnmipu. IIUNCAM ,VNii(M.(M'N VII.I.K. Mall ami -:prom t.lne. Stage leaves Sotomonvllle M.onda.vs, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7 a. in., ami arrives at Duncan at 12 in., mak ing close connect ion with the A. X N. M. Ky. Leaves Duncan Tuesdays, Thursdays and Friiinyn at 12 ni., arrlv lug at Solomon ville at 0 p. in. TliU line is cquiped with rlej-alif Conooko Coaches, Fine Stock, and careful drivers. Fare $.". Low charges. for extra baggage. Tho quickest ami safest routo to exprcs-s matter to Solomon ville. Noaii Gi:kn, I'rop. Siiloi'iom ille. A. T. Nausea Caused by torpid livor It promptly n-L.-vuil hy a few doses of the favorita cathartic, Hood's Pills Easy to Uke, tay to opcram. Hi ccutj. Hora Throat Quickly Corad. Not long ago In sneaking of Bore throat and the difllculty frequently experienced In curing it, Mr. J. K. I bomas, of L móndale, ra., told how he h;id often cured It In his own fami ly. We give it In his own words: "1 have frequently used Chamberlain's pain balm In my family for sore throat and It has effected a speedy cure In ev ery instance. I would not think of getting along In my home without It." rain Halm also cures rheumatism, sprains and bruises. For sale at 2" ami 50 cents per battle at the Eagle druz store. For Over Filly Yeara. AS Ol.D ANDW K I. I.-T It I ED ÜEVEDY. Mrs Witislow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over tlfty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, a 1 lavs all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhu'a. Is pleasant to the taste. Sold by Drug- yt.s In every part of the world, 'líwenty-flve cents a bottle. Its value is incalculable. lie sure and ask for Mrs. AVinslow's Soothing Syrup, and take no other kind. If what gives Ilood'a Barsaparllla its great popularity, its constantly increasing sales, and enables it to accomplish its wonderful and unequalled cure. The combination, proportion and process used in preparing llood'i Barsaparllla are unknown to other medicines, tai make Ilood'a Barsaparilla Peculiar to ItseSf It cures a wide range of diseases becaust of ita power as a blood purifier. It ceta directly and positively upon the blood, and the blood reaches every nook and cornerof the human system. Thus all the nerves, múrele, bones and tissues come under the beueliceut influence of 1 strr tk. xtn Sarsaparilla The One True Wood Purifier. $1 per bottle. , cure l.lver Ills; easy to nOOU S PUIS take, easy to operate, ase. Wantsd-An Idea I Wbo vmn think one fimpi9 thing toptutF Protoci Tonr Mra; thrw way tirlug yon Ufaliu. nvva, WaahinsUHi, 1. t, for their I.ftií ync oiler &ud lUt oí two liunilxfei lurontloiis wauteil. JIM LEE NCH COUNTER TWENTY-ONE MEALS FOR $(.00 LOItDSIiUHG, N. MEX Watch maker, Jewel er. The repairing of watch , clocks and Jewelry a specialty. All work done in a workman like maimer and guarauteedor money refunded. Shop locat ed in the Arizona copper coui paey's store. II. LEMON, (Late of London, England) CLIFTON - ARIZONA The only Meat Market iu Lordsburg is now run by DCNAOAN I1ROTIIERS. The best meat on the range Is han dled by us. IM'XAÍiA-í nitOTIIKKN. I'ouk r in ÍÜ HkikIW ever) tiling In the line of JDxy Gccda ana Groccriea 't'ha tlio Karnirr and Minor wniitH. CALI I'ORNIA CANNED AND E V A TO R A T E I Vil U1TS. Tnbucru and Fine Clfriiri. Hay, Uraln, llmin. Onions and other f arm I'roduuts a claltr. Great care cxcrclaoil in aelurli.iir thew ar tii'U-a. All orilni-n fur Korayo and other aup- pllea filled with proin.tu"M uud at prion ixinaisUut with Murkct Valuee. DUIICAt! ARIZONA Merit lea! Market. James T. Toe LlOREflCI ARIZ. THii CA3I1TET A f avorit;roiiort foi tliono who aro In favor of thejfreeoolmiie of illvcr, Miners, Pros pectors, Hsnchers anil Stockmen. Music Every Night. cuoica Wines Ijlq.ucrs and Olg-ars. Of tbo most popular brnnila. B. BUTKKHjrOHD CO. Jtorcnct . . Arizona MEXICAN SALOON Fine Wines, Kentucky Whiskies, Trench lirandics and Im ported Cigars. Vlnorino. Whl.fclea da rTeutucky, Cofrna KranceayPuroa lmportailo. NOKTB AI.YAIiKK, Morcncl Arizona SAItTOKIS C.UBASIO, Props. (jood whiskiet. brandies, wines nnd fin Hilvana Cisura, Spanish Opera each ntfe-ht by a troupe of Tnil'joJ C'o)ctue. Morcncl Arizona Tho Favorite of Morcncl, Arizona. Double Stump Whlnlcipn-Ciilirrnla Wines Warranted l'nre Grape Juice Foreign and DomeaMo Clgarrt A Quiet Kesort Uallrand Weakljr Taper Alwuy on bunil, if tbo mails dou't full. E . D A V IS, r roprioto r . Arizona 4; 3Jew Mexico Railway TIME TABLE. Timk Tabi.1 No. 12, Aiifr.23, 1KI4 No. STATIONS. No. :ir, in ;ivi p m Kl p in 1(1 p in : p in IK p ... :li.-. ni ,'J.r. p "i fió p ID :(0 p in I.v..Iordnlnrg. " ..Summit.., Ar...liiRun... l-v... Uuneun... " ..Sliulilon... " ...Vorka.... .Cnromulo.. " .. (jiitbna... " R. rildlnif... " ..N. Sidinif... 1 r....Cliltou. Hi :.0 a ni 'J : -O u in S :2U u m 8:10 a in 7:45 a m 7::iiaiu ' :2ii a m 7:10a m t :Vi a m 6: ln a m 0:15 a la 110 p ml Í1 Trains stop on ilirnul. tVTnilnii run dully except Sunduy, PAHSENOr.il HATES. Cllflon to Nnrth Hiding $.50 houtii Mdinir lin 1 lirii 1 c. ' tronuilo ' 'mq 1 Ul KH S noldoa 2.ñ0 " " Diincun 3.; ' Summit 4. hi) ' I.orddbura' 6.Ü6 Children hnhrppn ttvn tinA lwnl . vm rri bnif firice. 5 v.l ....... . r 1 1 . . .... b ,...,.i.iin 1.1 1.IIKKIIK0 ciirriua Tree won eiicbfnli lure, abd úú pounds with eacb bulf TOM TONG- WIS! HOUSE DliWiG ROOM T.1I1I0 supplied with the hest in the mnvkct. Everything neat and clian. IT TOU WANT INFORMATION ABOUT .... tbk niKM ilai'u . 51 pa irr. J0. WEUUEfibUfaM, . Mai9(in AIMrnor. pisioNa HiocDius ron SOLDIERS, WIDOWS. .CHILDREN, PARENTS. Atao. for Boidiun .oi1?a'lr itlaal.led In U rtefiof Burvlv-irs of tl.u lmllan wuroof lAij to 1HVJ, nd Umu widows, nowfiititkJ. 0;rtauürjt'cuiaiillnis a pec.nlijr. ThoawiiiU imtltlfd to liii.-liur rut.. 6.1.1I lor uew laws. Ha cturgo tor advicu. Sotuu uulii sucouialul. rTlil Company Is managed by aomblsatlon of tba largoat aud most inflaoaUal newspapers la tbs Kaltcd States, for the express parpóse of pre lect ins thetr aabaerlaere agulost unscrapLloos and lncunipment Claüa Admits, and sacb pspw vrlntlnf tbls udTcrtlssment vouchss fcr the rosrc.MMl.ti.ty aud oiga stumus; 01 tbs rrsts Clsluis Coe.psny. E. E. BURLIN GAME'S ASSAY OFFICE VEESS EnUh'Wif d In Colormdo, 18Ht. fiamplei by mall or fioU I Silver Bullion V' tllfifiiii Aldrsa, 1736 1738 Urraca St., DtiTsr, kit. SALOON DETROIT SALOON Tie Ul mm Calcera a specialty cf FINE KENTUCKY "WHISKIES, PABST'S EXPORT BEER, BILLIARDS. QEOCEEIES: XD"CT2r-G-- THE ARL The Best Table in Town; Good rooms and comfortable beds. G-so. lESocfb Proprietor. BUTLERS EAGLE DRUG STORE. FOR INVENTIONS. j 1 Eqnal witk the interest of those having elaisnt against th ewwtuxvtiit ttiat of INVENTORS, who often lose tha btnefit of valuable iuvintion beeawM o. the incompetency or inattention of the attorneys employed to obtain thato patenta, loo much care ennnot be exercised in employing competent and relfc able solicitor! to procure ttents, for the value of a patent dependa ereaÜT. li not entirely, upon the care and akill of the attorney. .. With the Tiew of protecting inventors from worthies or careless attoraeW and of seeing that inventions are well protected by valid patents, we retained counsel expert in patent practice, and therefore ar prepared to 1 Obtain Patents in tho United States and all JPoreiszft Countries, Conduct Interferences, Afaire " Speela) Examinations, Prosecute Rejected Cases, Registe Trade-Mnrfcs and Copyrights, Render Opinion as? to Scope and Validity of Patents, Pro seo ate fi Defend Infringement Suits, Uto., Etc If yott have an invention on hand send a sketch or photopraph thrwrf, toi gether with a brief description of the important features, and yoa will be 06 once advised as to the best course to pursue. Models are seldom neeeeaary. M others are infringing on your rights, or if von are charged with infringement b5 others, submit the matter to U3 tor a reliable OPINION before, aetiair ea. thS matter. THE PRESS CLAIH3 COHPANY, j 618.F STREET, NORTHWEST, VA3HINGT0N, DZOi P. O. Box 385. JOHN WEDDERBURN, Managing Attorney. . CTThls Crnnpni-y lsmnnugi-d by a combination of the larg-eat and most Influential Bwa parxis la the United States, for the presa parpóse of protecting thalr aubswrlbaa against unscrupulous and incompetent Patent Ajreats, and each paper prinUnf this advay tlaameutrocUafortheTOponsibilltyandhlsHatBndiBgoftlaPTesaaahnCWpn - J WCutthle out nd e-end It wltri your Inquiry.- I DON'T STOP TOBACCO system will be as free from nicotine as the uay before you took your first chew or smoke. A iron clad written guarantee to absolutely cure the tobacco bablt In all Its forms, or money refunded, l'rlce $1. 00 per box nr 3 bexes (30 days treatment aud guaranteed cure,) $2.50. For sale by all drupirlsts or will be ent liv mall upon receipt of price. SEND SIX TWO CKNT STAMPS FOR SAMPLE UOX. Booklets and proofs free. F.urcka Chemical & M'f'g Co., La Crosse, Wis. Ofliec of THE PIONKEll ritKSS COMPAN V. C. W, HmimcK. Supt. St. i'aul, Wlnu., Hedt. T 18M Eureka ('IiphiIuhI and M'f'g- Co., I.a Crowie, Wis. Icur Sun 1 hare bei'ii a tnljacuo lU nd fur many rears, and during tbe past twe year have sinokud BfUfii to Iwwnly elKiirs reirularly every diiy. My whole iii-rvoim syatrui hevamf ulluoiid, unlil my p lyslolau told me I niiiht give up llio usoof toliarco lor the time Ijelnu a Ii'ukL I tried I he m0Hllud " Keelv Cure." " No-To-Hun." and vh-'..hs other remedies bu wiilioiil suweiM. until 1 auelriemally learnod or your " llaoo-t u- '1 bree weeks hko toda I ooiiiiiieneiil usina: your preparation, aurt UulBy I consider mil -onipletely eured: I am i, (..rim I ln.Hllli. and the horrible ora!!! for toliai-co, which every luv-iraie smoker iUj, apprwiaL-n, liaa completely left lae. 1 eoiihlderyour " llaco-t'uro" simply wonderful. Hu iiuu fully reuouiuieud it. Yours very truljt C. W. Hoajiio. Saloon P BEOS., BGTOH. BICYCLE, IT'S INJURIOUS TO STOP SUDDENLY aad dou't be imposed upon by buvine a rem edy that requires you te do so, as"lt in noth iiiii more than a substitute, lu the sudden btoppago of tobacco you must have some stimulant, and in most all cases, the effect of the stimulant, be it opium, morphine or other opiates, leaves a far worse habit con tracted. Ask your drug cist about. Rtrn f--mM tT 1. w, " ir . iJU,e1 vegeta ble, i ou do not have to stoo using tobacco with LACO CUilO. It will notify yoa when to stop and yoHr desire for tobacco will cease. v.,.