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VOL. XI, NO 12. LOIíDSBUKG, NEW MEXICO. JANUARY 23, 1808. nh.crlptlnn IPTm, sluEl. Copie. O Cent. WESTERN LIBERAL. 5ple corpse. (.rtlabarg Npw Mexico PÜRUSHED FRIDAYS. Ilj DONt H. KÜUZIK. l'.irop Months.. Ix Month. One Year.... Subscription Prices. lino 1 T5 3 00 ütiWriptlon Always Payablein A (trunco. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. FEDERAL. If. fí. Perinisaon Dolntoito to Cniurros. i wier-i iiovcrnnr O'.'O. H. Wiillaoo Secretary . non. o. .-ilium tlllcl Justice V in. I). Loo. I fl. It. Ilitinllton, ( Associates r. ii.i.aiiiínau, i fi. I llMIlt. ) CJniuby vmiiio. A L. Morrison. .'. It. t'lill.lnrs. ' M. F.ir ikur. V. ... '.-MSillUll. 1 H I In limn- No.- i . Wmker. Santa Ko, i i irmio, miiiiii hu Aitivf.i'.ip.fon(lt.iil I'llilml Mutest ni color L!. 8. J Jlit net Attornev V. 8. Mill-shut Holline IT M M..ful...l Ü. S. Coul Mine inspector m ir. i.hiiii innec If.... I I h.ll.... !'.. iVu l"r. Last'rucc Mow i. ml i mil... i . i'.!::iriin:. ihs crocus lieu. I.tinu II oc Ui.'iii'.r I '-Hiiir. Kiikwi'II . Heir l.miH mi;.... W. h t'.ivifrove. Krisinill Iteu. hatvi milco i-. 'T. ii. ill. I, r.iisoin Iliir. I.hiiiI (Mlii (I I'. Pici.c-i Kuo. LanilOilii TERRITORIAL. Sollcltor-fii-norul Itist. Attorney A. it. Km I J ' ' riftl.. S'iiiim Vn it Id 'lilllV LssCrilCCtl I' 'lllicitl. A IttlKlllfrrjuv. . . T. s. Hollín tfili-or t.'ity R V. Iinfr, Lug Ves-us Jtfhn rYtiukliii ItnH-cll II. M. iiiiuirh Tty. Souor o ... A. .1. Mlloholl. It,. on H V Matthews, Mnooln Olliu K. .Smith, Clayton s'',,r , Librarian Mnndwcj Cleric Kuprcmo Court 1 ,1 flimann 81, pt. penitentiary it n. riersey Adjutant lioncriil ;miuel r.l.loll Treasurer Marcelino (I. ire's. ... Anilltor i-iaoi'lio s:l'luovai...Mupt. HilWlo Instruction n 11- tin Cual Oil inspoeior J. u. IIUKIICK Public Printii iiar RT OF PRIVATE LAND CLAIMS. j.wn It. Hood of Iowa, Chief Jiictlee ammmiiatx Jusricr.s-Wilhur K. Sump, or nii.irnn.i-. 1 iin'iitiH ... ruiior. of iNortu enroll 0 iKiuiii n. Murray, ul Tennessee; Hoi.r) in., in nuuta. l.artüe U. Uoyniild, of Missouri, U. S n hoi lie) . 00TJ1ÍTY. M'irtJii Mihur I N.J, H'e .... County (.'ommlssloner; 5' N.,w imm PrDtmto Jllillff . . 1 .luiiv- . . John H '.lll'it . v ru. ! "oAfno I., t;. Mi:Qr;itH ., Jam. 4. (Urtiir J. I. Ilurniil. . WititnrC. Walil Isuao fit reus.... .Proljatc t:iork Ahsiihsoi herllt .HiUllHll bUIKTiutenilent Treaiirci Cull, elor Surveyor Coronet PRSOINOT. M W. MoOrath JikiIco of tlm Pi nei M. y. Hard 1 11 l onslalilc ttehonl Diniufors II. Ownliy W. II. Mar- iiiuuii ii . u, uouiior. Southorn SPjoific Railroad. LtiriUttu i-K Time '1 altU. WCHTUUUNII. fasHouircir EArtTlllllINU Passonirer r 1'rulu run on Piiclrlo-Tlmo. v it r:iiiiiiuiw M-iwlnt.n'liit. 0"il. P-is. iini Tkt. Atft J. URiTstHM , U'M'irn .Mil mixer Ariaona A: New .lltineo tUllwH)'. NtlKTIIUOtlNIJ. tirit .llliric liiiucau 1 'llltou P. M 13:10 i:10 HllUTIIUO-JM. A. M. I'ralii.riin I ally except Sunday. D. II. KEDZIE, NOTAUY PDIiLICAND CONVUVANCErw. rnltoil fttnf" Court Commissioner author- lied to transact L-iu I tHt :o bulno. lrrt.bur New Mexico 31. M. CROCKER, M. T). 1'limlclHii and Surgeon. l-rtl.ln Kmbalmlne. An Ohio uiidprrnker iinmn.1 doonn't allow m iitiiin-nt to 1 liorfiri with busiims't. Ho rjin'r. .-I. .1. ihopinnker aiHoininrr n.fni,!!-i, ihould arlvprtiso liis sltill I? displiiyiug Biiunued, it mo tnunr ucroxs t!io Btroft lianu hid Inrrsf. airf, rl, l ... n vviiiur tion In his front window, wliilotho rm bnlmrr'g Rood work lina to find a loil tmint boucatli bíx font of rairth fl Irimctr it. oou os It lias bren accomplished. warn iivüiu. when ho win Hliown the mumniy of I'haraoh who livi d in tlm timo of .Moe, shriifrjied bin shoulder who coutcmiituoiiB indiircrutjco and ru uiur.ea 10 ina curutor or tho inuseum I hi VIH t VOU cut ft nirnso Hint ta. luno ircunor. All Jlark bug to c!o ia to visit tho fn neral dirvctinu csmhlis'inicnt of J!r Fcarco at Ardnioro. Tin To ho leill r.ri.l. ably find somcthiuK worn to his fasiidi on rnucy in tho sljapo of a Banipleif euibalmiuc. keut 011 vmw l.v ?.f. u....,. for lusptotlon bV his Cllstnmeru Tim subicot" has linV ilntm arri'irn f.iv period of thrue vi-iirn. nnH t coufiduutly cxpwtH that it will last us iuuk un no remains 111 business. lliu Uocly 111 qni-Ktiou lias been in tho iery warmest workroom of his OKtub- llsliiiiont all this while, noil the l.v.tl,,, liko flush of tho cornse is totn llv r irom otior or lintrefai tlou. Sumo i. 1 . .. ... iuu uuir on a uonv will im-w nrtni. driith. This probably originated ju lU9 mina or a dramatiiit or novtlist, wh.i Í wanted to sensational i.O lli.4 riiiiiira In still his books, for thorn lios Mr foarcn's acatl nina, With his vorv last hair nit the same as it was two or thruu veura aso. Then some say that tho huir will IBll OUt, DUt VOU (IOU I t lili II tho hoir OUt Of that IkhIv With lm.;,.ru p.. ..I. hair Boems to bu (inrticularly riveted iu- 10 iub uurueuittj leatlur and bono. tven the fuzzv. liizhuir hn irK of nil othur parts of the. body remain the same 4 ioey were at rieatn f ormuldelievde. a nroduet r.f wnr.d nlcohol. and a comoarativelv roceut product, is tho Onid with w'üieh the body was embalmed, unit P.'r Peor.-n says that there is uow a fluid, with oth or elements addod. that i. fur horror than tho 140 ounces, or a littlo ovor ouo gallon worth of the formalduhcyde Osea lor the dessicatiun tif tho hiHv in quusuou new iork IlerahL A Now Vtti fur Or-inn Orinderj A well dre.KScd womiin lato.lv initered a Puna jeweler's shop and aslred to slo souiu vain.iblo cold nin. Whilo Ki was exaininiiiK them a man beguu play ing a barrel organ befóte tho doi.r. Tho music SOCllli'd to nillluV tlm lmiv mill stepnniL' to tho door, tho threw 11 nim-o ui money 10 uie man una told him go away, which ho did at once. Ou returuiiiu to tliu counter shn reiid that tiouo of tho i,ms sinteil her I. or. tliat na some compensation for the trou uie sno nun given sl:o would buy a brooch. She accordingly choso one. i.-aid 10 francs for it and wjs lciivimr tho shop when the jeweler missed a dia mona UIU of crent value from iinirmir those Klio und been oxamiuuiK Ho uo cordiugly stopped his customer, who seemed highly iiidiunant and insisted on the proprietor's wile seurchiiifr lier. wuicii was uoue, ui.r uo in 11 was tound ino jewelnr then set ins sisti r to watch the woman, who was sn-u to en tcr uuother jeweler's shon. and was Die tending to make a imrchaso when tlm organ grinder made his appearance. As soon as he bcitan iilurirju kIim nmin threw some mouey and ouiered him to m.w.k rtt h.t- il.rt ........... ...1. . I iiu, uuv 1.11U jei miu 11 111) WUS ! watchinc her uorceiveil that with 11,0 1 . - - - -- money sho had given tho man a piece of jeweiry. ima was at once made known to the police, who arrested both, nml mi Boarchiug the mail they found several articles 01 stolen property. i'uns Let HIT. touch. Detroit Krro lress.' loturentiug lurormatlon. "The reuKon they uiako so much fttss ovor my birthday, " explained Kitty to the yonng man in the parlor who was wiiitmg tor somebody rise, "is that I've oi-ly bad six. tíister s had 83, nud slip's io used to '01:1 sho don't even mention 'em. How ninny birthday have you had, Mr. Spoouamorc:-" Chicago Tribune. Awarded Holiest Honors World's Fair. Tho Canadian department of agricul ture estimates tho population of the Do minion to be 5. 123,43s., a gain of rather tesa man rjo.000 sineo the census of ! In lstiu n.ro w,,ro ,wo gtatL.s of tho Umou tl.at excoeded Canada in pop ulutiou New York, with 6,Ii1)7,1jOS in habitants, and i'euusylvania, with 6,a3H,011. Fmrs and toada have rcmarokbly ncnto hearing The slightest noiso in the vicinity of a jMind will at once at tract the aiteution ot the frogs and put them on their guard. TO N AR r.OVV E DU CAT ION. iTofmor No tun Itlnatrntra With a 8tory na Xüology. Charles Eliot Norton, nrnfesnnr nf nrtat Harvard nnivcrsity, whom Mat thew Ar.mld described as tho "only gc u. tlomaa in America," objects mott hcu t ilv to under.jraduato snecializii-ií. Hn boiievos iu tho Knghth university train ing which gives a mim a broad educa tion and a liberal equipment for citizen ship which makes of him a cultivated gentleman. In one of his lectura coun-cs 1'rofes.sor Norton told of a .student with whoai he hud tailed. Tho youn;; man was 11 sophon:orc; his specialty, biolo gy. He described with great euthusiasiu tho ehai-acter of his work and lamented tho fact that ho had been unable, through tho regulations of tho faculty, to tako moro biology in his freshman year. As a junior and a senior ho in tended to elect it exclusively, ho said Tho young man's enthusiasm was , rather more saddening than inspiring ; to tho professor. Four years' devotion ' to a single subject was cruplnti to his ideals of education. So ho u.:ked: "Don't you thitk that your career ia college would eventually be move M-.tis-factory to yourself and of more profit to others if you were to take less of biolo gy and ncouaint vourself n HrHn in. literature and history und tho arts?" Tho sophomcro thought ho was pre destined for biology. For some timu t'rofessor Isortou was silent. Then I:d said rutlier ulim ntly: "Do you couliuo youi:,eif to any par tienhir branch of biology?" The taco of the student brightened. It was evident that he did To tho pro fessor there was something pathetic n) well as humorous in tho reply that came quickly; "Ch. yes. My work is entirely devot ed to a study of tho white urn's intes tines. " ICichango. mm ... MOST PERFECT MADE. A Dure Clfln Prpim nf Tr4. r... , ' 1 -f-'".. v. ....i. I lwilll. . IW Itom Ammonia, Alum or any other ad alterant 40 Years the. Standard. Many years :igo Atinim S. Hewitt. of New York, made the nreillct.lon that by i ho cm) (,r the century the consumption of Iron In this country would be 1 0,000,00o tons atinu illy, ami that ten years Inter it would reach 2.V .000,000 tons. Little credence was giv en to t his prophesy af, Unit, time, but now at the close of 1j7, the consump tion or iron ore has already reached the 11','iire which he predicted for l'JOO. The United Slates leads the world in the iron nud steel 1 radc. Previous to Hie new territorial ad ministration territorial warrants had been selling at 1)0. Shortly aüer Gov ernor MuOnrd was installed they Jumped to !C. A few days ago they wcao iiiMrong demand at Uoi, with the supply not equal to the demand. Yesterday there was an exchange of 1S!)7 warrants at par value. These figures speak more eloquently for a re turn of coiilldcnce In Arizona securi ties thuii could columns of gcneia. itles. lüsboe ( rt. jOrasliurR Now Moxico M. J. EG AN ATTORNEY AT L A W. Ollloe In the Arlr-ona Copper Company'i nc.lld in Weal lile of Uiver. Clliton. - A-rizona. T. F. COMWAT. W. A. II AWKINS. CONWAY & HAWKINS. Attorney and Coun.ellur at Law, BILVEBClTr NEW MEXICO. Prompt Attention given to all busine ntruited toourcre. JOS. BOONE, ATTORNEY and COUNSF.IXOR. nrf of .....1. jii iSi (iiurt an1 la" Win nn" ,,, .1 rm,nh'-Mintlv,nto II hustn.-" an Atcilto hlui. .mlnll i NewMexloo, Whut Squirrels Eat. Squirrels do not entirely subsist on nuts, us most jiooplo suppose. They uro largely iruit eaters, and occasionally work big havou in the orchards ut the. fall of the year. Thev uro not above Stealillfr ruirfriHon retiru nnrl ,.m .1,1. a C, . - - O " ...au l"l 1 W- couut are not beloved by the sportsman. Even poultry, when they stray, as they often will, and lay eggs beyond tho continei of the poultry yard, sutler from attacks of squirrels when tho mother bird is awav. In ninn tren rlistrietu tloa littlo climbers aro fond of (splitting tho pine cones and eating tho seeds thereof. Uui above all things Ml 11 i rre Is urn fond of fuueus. They will not have auvthiusr to sav to the common or lriir. den mushroom, but confidently devour the most yellow uud poisonous looking of toadstools that grow iu dump woods and fields. They never store these, for they know well that fungi will not keep. They devour them gretdily as they come to light and revisit the Bpot aa soon us fresh spawu renews the fun gus. There are, howover, uiuny kinds of toadstools that squirrels know to be poisonous, a'ld these they will not Certain Irish Rtorle.. A Roman deacon was sent for to bap tizo a baby, fn tho cabin he could find , uo wator, but thero was 11 pot of tea. "Ton," ho reasoned, "contains water. , tho rest is bu', accident, " and proceeded i kj pour oui u cup uut U was strong, even to blackness, so he went in search of wuter, and. hnvinu found nonio, u n. j tered tho tea down to a moro reiiMHiablo j color, christened tho baby with it, and I reported the circumstance, as a caso of I couf-cicuce, to bis superior. It had not I occurred to him, having found the va tor. to use it bv itsvlf Hero isa tutor's letter of condolence to a bereaved parent. This was unkindly uuributeil to Oxford. Tho tutor ivrot.. "1 am sincerely grieved to heur tho sad news or your eou s death, but i must iiuorui you uo wouiu nave hud to go aowu in any case, as ho had failed to satisfy the examiners in classical mod erations. " One other story, I may add here, as it oerves to illustrate a certain disparity often noticeable between Saxon and Celtio word values, and also the way iu which Irish orators discount their own rhetoric A homo ruler was haranguing on English terrorism, and after draw ing a horrid picture of babies speared ou tho points of Luyouots. etc., he con cluded: "If that's your civilization, you may keep it. I cull it most improp er. " Cornhill Magazine. "Only the llest" Should be your motto when you need a medicine. Do not he Induced to take any substitute when you call for Hood's Karsaparllhi. Experience has proved It to be the best. It Is an hon est medicine, possessing actual and unequalled merit. He wise and proflt bv the experience of other people. HiHiD's Tills are the favorite family cathartic, easy to take, easy to oper ate. 0 1. ire. Lifo has no otht r origin than life it sclr, aud this is ouo of tho great truths winch the labors of pathologists and biologists of tho preseut century have established beyond the possibility of a doubt. If tho lifo that is taken from life is tukeu from a highly developed life, so will be tho wife that ia taken. My euruust hope aud belief is that the final mystery of lifo, tho key to lifo, tho principio which keepa lifo aliYo, will bo solved by the biologists before all tho members of the present cougresa are dead. Professor Virchow to Inter national Cougresa at Moscow, Aug. IU. 18U7. Tho Las A'egus Examiner remarks that the strongest Christian Endeavor society in New Mexico had no dele gate at the recent convention at Al buqiicrque. It is located in the Santa Ee penitentiary. BTarrbody Bays 80. Cascarete Candy Ca'.lv j-tio, the moat won dtitul medical discovery of tiie une, pleaa I'.nt, aud rufroBlunK' to tho ttibtu, set gently nuil positively on kidneys. lWcr and liuwela, clemisniir tliu entiro svaiem, diM-l c-o.da, euro In n.lnoiie, lever. Inibiliml -oiistlint..on and hi iousnevi. j.e; j buy uud try o box of ( !. C C In-day ; 10, ll."i. .Ml cents, bold uud juuruuujoj tu cum by uli druggists. Y.'hile UnKeii Stales Attorney Ellin wood was In Washington recently Hon. Linger Herman, commissioner oril.e United Slates land oillee, In lormoci muí mat, tliere would he no further pinsecut ion of persons, forctu ling niesquie wood off of tho public domain. Mr. llctmau added that II ho ivntiniied prosecutions or this character uud held ihat mesqnite wa. limber, he would eventually be called upon to classify sage brush. (a.ette. The dilTeieiice between pills and Simmons liver regulator, is just this: Pills (loot go down very easy w it h mo.-t people, und you feel them afterwards. While .Simmons liver reg ulator in liquid or powder Is very please.nl to take, ami the only feeling that yon have afterwards is the great relief that, it gives from constipation, biliousness, sick headache and dyspep sia. It is a mild laxative and tonic. I hree bns of Las Vegas were be fore Judge II. S. Woster, on the charge of tying tin cans to dogs' trails. His honor explained to them the law, and Ihat tho line would ne fn.ni ?.i to Í.YJ. He further admonished them that 00 a repetition of lhe offense, he would apply the aws seven ,, ictialtv. He then discharged them with the father ly uriuKxiiinn to "go sin no more." They went. Mr. A. CI. White, the Cherry valley chicken raiser, has written A. Weil to buy up 10 burros ror h i id. to be fed to 1 he chickens. Fresh bone Is not to be had here in any quantity, aud he be ll ves the burros, at 82 each, are about the cheapest feed f.o be bad to recti. Mr. White Is reported to have 10,000 chickens on his ranch und sells i."d worth of eggs per day. Examiner. I). M. .Soulberluiid, or this place, Is n receipt of a letter from J. S. Emerv, lecture of lhe Nal ional I rrig.it ion Con- ress, saying Unit he would probably look over this section of the country soon with a view of locating u Ikiol.h Tucker colony here. This Hot th Tucker colony organization is backed by a íl.000,000 capital fuud. Sacra uiento Chief. The establishment and successful operation of the licet sugar factory al iMhly has contributed immense v to ward advertising the climate advan tages and fertility of the Pecos valley throughout the broad land. A Mexican buy near Soloinnnville loaded an old gun with giant powder nud went gunning for rabbits. The explosion sent the gun into space. l!y a miracle the boy escaped without In- Jury. No-To-lluo for Fifty Cent. rinnrnntrw.,1 tlmi.i.A hai.i, -M.ni.u ... t. Don mroutr, bluou inro. 600.il. All druk'ui.u. To Cure t'on.tlpnl Ion rore.fr. Trillft I Vim.' 11 la I nn.lu I'mh iw . , - , , ......Miiiianii. ur TO. II C. C. C lull to uuru. tiruKKiHi. refund uoauy. Don't Tubari'o Spit and Kami a lar Life imj-. To quit tobacco ensily and forever, bo muir ntle, lull of ll(o. ot'i'vu ami viiror. titlie Xa Tv Due, the w iieler worlier, tliut nialirn neukmen itreng. All üiul-kI.., toe or I. C'uresuurun leed. Itooalct uud Binnplu free. Aildrcss buirllutt Keuiedy Co., Culciuio or New Yt.;ii. The Roberts & Leahy MERCANTILE MPAfli GENERAL MERCHANDISE. "7ñ7 adósalo and IPotatces. t.()Rnsnri:o !Dealrí3 In Hay-,' QralifiL NEW JIEXltb flRST NATIONAL MM OF ILPJSO lit PASO, TEXAS Capital, C1CO.CCO Eizxplvis, fc-iO.CCd J. S. ItAVNOI.ns. President. V. S. 9TKWAKT, Cnvliier. orp-icrais: M. W. FI,Ol ltxnv. Vice Prseldcnl. J. F. WILLIAMS, Asst. Cashl COIttthspoNDKNTS: hiMiiic.il Niiti,lnal Il.ink..;i i'irst National Hank nglo-Cttliforniaa li.ink. Limited., . ;;.Ne Yor ChicoftB .SanFranciFcb Treasurers of the Local Boards of the IILBIKG S I.0ÜJ ASSOCIATIOS M., CLIFTON ARIZ., AND MORENCÍ ARIZ FOR LORDSIlURd N w. II. S.MAf.r. J. O. IIOI'KIXS. Clifton, 1.1 1 I ! . - .... ....en,., pays .-o per pt?nt. dividends; fl, 7 and 8 per cent, on Secured by stntu laws; I'rotected against runs. GP.O. KOUBE. Morcnel withdriiwals mm BICÍCIiE EAGLE DRUG- STORE. THE CLIFTON ID MOKI Rapid Transit and Express Line- Freight and Express Matter Hauled with Care and Delivered with Dinpatcn; Pttssnngei Service Unexccllffl . New Concord Coacho. First claSB,tock. Experiencedan.i CarefulDriveri N. II. Commercial travulers with heavy aamiilo emana nrp intriti-H to corri'ron lb 1 turuis, etc. HENRY HILL, Proprietor, Clifton, Arizona. o cj o f \n\n nifon u''r r"""'in ü:j) ftrlxlmrir Bohema of an Ohio Vndertaker I-n 4.1.