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3 LORDSBUItG, NEW MEXICO. I1AECH 25. 180. Sab.rrlptlon ÍSTmI' Miugle Copies 10 tmtii VOL. XI, NO 20, WESTERN LIBERAL. SHORT WORDS. l.orilRhurg Now Meilco. ruuusiiEn Fridays. lly 1ONi II. II F 1)7.1 K. Sulwcription Prices. r iri Month fl 00 t. i.t Months 75 One Year 3U0 sSuhscrlptlon Alwnys laj-allcin Advance. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. IV in. I). L. IT. II. HiualKoii. N". !1 l.iii;liUii, I (1. I. li.i.il. ) Quluhv Vaneo A. I,. Morriinti. .. . V. U. ChlUlor C. Si. Poriilw. ... W. A.l'iMinnun J. V. I''lmiinr Jtmei II. VllHo'r. .' fvdrj LVIna'io. tS.nit . I'u K. E. KNder. bus Truces ... IJslerfiito to Conine" (invernor ' " rVrn-tur.v CI icf Ju.itiec Asvoelutee t ; fiiirvoy ir-i: rind nil V. iTn.lo I StiiitM t uNwl'ir ..tí.. Uirtrwt Attorney t'. S. Vut-di.il ... Deputy V. S. Mi'.rii'.nll II. St. IMút Muid !nti',Ttm- intu I'u, Ken, Lund HOC. I illllil I mull. lilMi. I. .HI') I HIlOl J. P. AneSrHlC. I ll üft'l'FÍ.... It. 'il. OUII'l I'.lBleml Yoillik.'. . o.evoll III',;, bum; llti'tr W. H.i.' Miri.v-. :.well K.n. l-:h.1 diw W. V. Jlovl.i, Fulsum U' S- Lund l."-'' II C. richldit Kbü. Lund UC.i.'f . TEF.F.ITOEIAL. A i Fall.... ai)Hjllor-0nnf nil ,1. II, ''Vint, .S un I'u lout. Attorney 11. Voil'if La Crime tí. FiltlUltl. AlllllHUrliUU' T. S. Hi-Bui rfilTi.'r City " íí. V. l.'Jllir. I.US VfKIH " John KriuiKlin Itiiiwnil. " II. M. iV)ii,-!i.ily. S imir o " A. I. Vlt'ii'.i'H. Il'n " fV K .".MtHiFWi, i.lii"oln " Otilu B Smith, l.luytim... ,!oi í?"íílK'l ', i'. .H.ii'sUil'Vfl :C! r.t H M'- 'i:lmvuiiii II B. Ilori'y ftu'niiitl 1'i.i U onnftnj OP PHIVAT:; LAUD CLAIMS. ..... mil it noi or Town, riii'it' .IiiRilco. AMinmvri Jmticsi-ffilbur K. Htomi. if C-ilordo; TnoiMHS C Killior. ir Norül C.liv.U iik Wilim.'i M. Miu-i-iiy, oí Ttmn.'.ü.ur; li iin-.v r. iii. í Idus.!. i.iiuliiw Ci. Usyuol'l't. 'it -iitsuiiii, h. I. Attorney. . . . Tiilirnrliin nr.!!r I'.nir' Vnit"tM iiiry i;.i;il li.'ln'lMl ... Tn'uiiri-i M..;it'H' ..Cull I'll IllJT'i "li. r ,. ..Pll'oliU l'l'iiJItT lilil. V!jll .ii.ipt. I'ltl.'.i I.furtiD Malier 1 N.J. U iolii A. J. Cla.-ii. ) K. V. NoT)'i.in. . . K. M. Vouii ? llj;i H. Mltott .., m. Wo A Ii'.v. I.. 0 M'J'il iHl ... ,1'iirui S. (iiirtir . J L. Biiriwd" Vv aliar C. Walll.. .l.iauj tiivoiu 11. '1. tlii ilüi S'llmol Oirutms IV U. Owuliy blj iiiiúíW. II, C'.'iiiicr. Or.inty Coimnisalonr-ri ..T,roliato .Judiro - .. .r:-i;lj.HB l"l A-A Slitirid '.Sviionl Siiii'-'r'nu'iidi iii Ti-immiivi r'il!f,'ii.i' Sn rv.iyor Coroner i,'.iiiU!iili: V.'. II. M Thejr Are the ttrtt M'hoa the Thon!iU Are Worth While. A dozim or loss ncwppnpiT men voro collfX'ted tof-otber, wlu a someliorly euid somi'thiiiK about Euilynrd KiplhiR. "I notice ill tho papers, " f.iid nn otbor, "that ho in tho Lost paid Writor iu tho wcrld at pretcnt. " "The Tull Wall Uazctto people ray thpy paid him $700 a poem for all thoy printed of li9, " ventured a third. "And why not?" put in a fonrth. "lie ia tho best writer of English prose or verso now writing. That ouo liuo of Iuh, 'A rag and a Lone and a hank of hair,' doKcribinf? a vampiro woman, couldn't bo stronger, I think." "Hood and strong, " commented a fifth, "but Kipling in not the only man who ban chowu monofiyllubles to give emphatic txpreaciou to his thought. If yon will remember, Pope iu his essay on 'Criticism' remarked, 'And ten low words oft rrcep in ono dull liuo,' and before ar.d after him there wero others, who, as ho, wero scarcely dull and sel dom crept. Hymn writers aro strei!; iu this. Take Watt.) in that well known hymn, for instance; 'Aro thi.ro no fees for nio to face? Sllli.t I Hot Ltl'lll Iho ili:odV lb thiH vilo world ft frirml to grnno To limp me on to God? 'Shakespeare found ono syllabled words geed cut unh for him, and you all know that passage of Young's: TtiF bell Htriki'S ow Wu tuko no note of time, Biivu hy its loisi olc. "tailcy's 'I'cstui',,' that makes its reader feel as if l:o had 'eaten o;.' tho in sane root that takes the reason prisoner,' has mauy examples, and this ouo you will recall: Vr'e live in tlwdH, not yoars; In thoughts, not brentlts. V."e Bhov.M ci'iint ti:i:o by licurt throbs. . He most livi.s Who tlunka nioiit, fools the noblest, r-cta the licat. 'And tho Eillo. t!io p;reatrKt of bool:R, is filled with the Kbnrt words. Itifht ot tho Lecii:ninR of thiiurs wo iiiid, 'And Ocd mid let there l.o light, and thcro was lipht,' and at tho cud of things, so to speak, 'For tho great day of his wrath mid still farther alorg, 'And .the gatos of it shall not bo Miut at id! by day, for thero shall be no ni;l'.t there.' "Oh, Kiplinsr is all rip.ht! Iio knows ho has plcr.ty of authoiity fi r seeking Bkort words when ho wauls strong ones. " Washington Star. Sjutii6r:i Fjciuo Eollvcad. l,orJUur TUue'l"l. ) nie:lffor BAUTHOCNU oi.Br . . . . . v ;; o; ; -TiiVie. " ' ' T. il. IIOOIIMAS u.....inrnnrlnnt. Ceil. l'i". and I'kt. A6t. J. KKI1TSCHM ttouorii .MvAll.lli'.T. l,onl dnirtf l.'iiiH'au I In ion . . P. V tMKI 4::t0 ROUTHBOUKD. .1... CY.flnii TllllUMIl 1mli.h.in? 'IVHlimrundally exceni. A. M . II undav. I). H. KEDZIE, KOTÁRY rODLICAND CONVF.YA"NCEU .... o.. ,irt Cnmmimdoncr author LinilDll nm iod totrni.baoiLi.ilOracBbasl.iei.K. Now Mexico ÍI; UÍ. CROCKER, M. D. l-bTlcln nuUSurscon. half an Jiuur which it vould t ike U.ua four or tivo hours to oliunn ttneet. mo blanio could tot loattuehtd to tho Eng. li.di posto.lico, for bo bad ascniaiutd that, as n rule, a telegram hended in at any English ofñeo 1. ft tbo Unite it Kinjt dom within 15 minutes of Liii'i,' handed in. Tho Paris chamber a;re(d to give tho subject ils most eaiiHht coia;uatH.a, With a view to takiiiR st"pa to obtain reform. Paria Messenger. Left It the Lurch. SimcHanoonaly n yonng Cornish lady bad threo sr.itors, reriresnntiug tho church, the army and tho Lavy. Tho reverend gentleman had a great advan tage over his rivals, Leiug always "on tho f pot." Referring to his rivals i:i conversation with tho liidy on cno ccar sion, lo leude tho highly irterei-ting ob íervation that thero wero " land rats nnd water rats. " "And cu-rats," retorted the lady. Needle?u to s:ay theparsou had to loo!: clsowhero for a wife. Loudon New J. THE KITTEÑÁND"THE BEAR. Highest Koi'.ors World's Pair. The Roberts & Leahy iiiA W .a KiÍ.V4,í.w'r , líOST PERFECT ÍAADE. A pine Grspe Cc.im of T.rt.ir Powder. Freo fiom Ammonia, Alurncr cuy other adultciant . 40 Year-. ha SUtvíard; MERCANTILE COMPANY GENERAL iERCHANDISE, , Trcft PRIZE MENU. But E!a Friend Weren't Cettlnc Against . u liiit'o Tillas. Threo íicgrous not long ago mudo n tet ameng lhen:tolvus that taih could liiimo a snpper ti.ai woian te tettor ttian i tho v.pper tho others could namo. They put tip $1 apiece, and t!:o ono that nam'.'d tho di:,hcs that we.nl.l co::titr.to tho best supper should tako t!io $2. Tl.ey drew Etruw'H an to which ( l.ts should l o tho first klcI tho last to n:ako up tiio im-nu for tho iir.ainury meal. Tho first man raid ke cculdu't thi:.k f anylliing hot ter than gra u boikd wiih hog ;ovl. For sido diiiies he would take com bread, souse, 1 lack eyed pr.as, nnd wash them down with buttermilk. Tho other two smireked their lips. "Well, for me," tuid Ko. 2, "I'd tako fried thicken, hot biscuits, huttrred 'u spread over with preserves 'n den, 'n don let's s:ee yes, 'u 'Eimiuou beer 'u gingiir cukes." Tho mouths of tho other two spilled water, and it wai aptaient that they were hungry. It came .No. 3's time. "V'y, youso niggers dna't know what's good," said ho. "Tell mo, fools, what's better'n possum baked wid sweet 'tateha scattered ail rouu it, swiuimin in do gravy? Hey? 'N den atter youse dcuo nibbled at do bones tell they ain't no moro meat on 'em di ro set do water uiillyou Ktarin you iu do face lik'. Iley?" And with thut ho BVarted to pick up tho money. "You leavo flat tiienoy alono," the other two yelled in chorus. "Wo warn't tettin ag'iu no buro thing." Chicago Times-Herald. liow For.R !7!:tf:nc-(l Tirrtln l"p lied Ivept llliti Títere. Chris Burns, tho veteran frtt scrsror.nt of Troop 1), liad n ki;t n which, (.r.'.ing tho Eummir camping of t!i trcep at tho Lower tUyi.or basin, mad.) lur homo within thoscrgf ant's t' nt. Hire, ei.rk.t up on a pair of am. y blankets, she de fied tho world in p-neral r.nd drus i:i particular. When tin. latter approached, tho would elevuto cveiy b. it ; K cn her bravo littlo Vnik, hir f yets vi.ukl gl'.'.v liko live ccak-s, and her tail would ev.i ll up threateningly. 1 dogs api reaehul too near, she, would l:i:s cud ixkibit (ho usual sif'.ns i f hostility until tho in truders had vanished from her neighborhood. One day, when the cair.p wai bathed in sunshiro r.i:d evivy soldier in ean.p i felt lazy, an ir.iui: iiivn I U 1: l.ei.r cmuo down tho inoixtain i:id"! and, v.l.cther bceaus.o he was in screh of adve.'!': or Leeaiiso at '.rae ted l. y a ;'vuy : from tho cook's f.iv, ticgi.u to v.t;i! , about among the white tents cf tho cav ulry eommnnd. Suddenly tho kitten o.iu;,ht s'ght cf him. Dogs ly the fcr.ro she had seen, tut this particular "doe" v,::h tho lar gest aim the haivi. c tlog : lo l;aii ever seen. But she did not hesitate. It. van enough fcr her t'.at eu ri en-y l::.d iu vaded her special doiiiai. ili. tii'g forth her spite, whilo her littlo ludy (:v.iveii d with rago, she darted forth at tho bear. Tho cuslangbt fxa eedth . ami "..e glanao was enough for bruin. Wiih a tnort cf fear, bruin jru.do fortliincarc.t tree, a short clistiuici av.'ny, a:d oid not pauso until ho was s.alei y perched among briuiehes. iueauwhilo tho kitten stalked proudly r.tof.t on tho ground beneath, lto"i)in closo fnaid over her hugo lnptit lur lack mill curved into a bow and her hair f.till briistlirg with riík'.cous .'''.Nnatiou, while her tall would now and thru givo a significant littlo wave, as if to tay, "That's tho way I tcUio impertinent bears." Tho soldiers, who uicainvhilo had poured forth from their tents, could scarcely beliove their eyes; but thero was tho bear in tho tree i nd tho kitten below, and thero wero those who liad .lames Addison IVrillu-Re'tvis will bo a fine man i ;i May. The claimant of a lk-Mti.ms ('rant of í!,0',)0.l)(JÜ acres incliitliftíí tiif oeí. of the Territory of Ari.un:j is li'Mi'i-er tho end of his lerm In Ihe pemtonUaay at S mta Ke. What ht will o-) when Im is at liberty eaiinot l);1 preiljeMd with any sifeiy. Ho was tvifn:y .tears in coiistrucilitu the niosj ínarvehifisí kind fiand of this ri iMid iri Hire.' countries. Ho cre ü if ,1 by b.'.!:i,i ! in:i a indilo Si'itiish laiiiily ami car.' :ed i i;e descent, linial muí eiii'i;i!M':il. 1 h:-M'.!,:h two centuries, lie even l.m'od a prutrait gullcry to tit this history r.f ;'u: mylhical Peraltas, lie il '.scow. -red e;i a in! I rout! train the heiress to the !ia:vny'of Arizona, and iiiarr c.i iier. He cmidueled in person theiiie.-i, lea-ai i.i'ioe trial that has beei. ki.o.vii in recent years. When ho v.r.s suit to iad ho invited tlie warden to dine v. i ; i fi ní. lio hired ' i;iiat"so!i eont iiu:i!iiti coiiUaet.s and In duced tbcin to advance bun money on his prospective success. He victim ized the smartest, lobhioüts in Wash ington, lie pur, on t'.LnpL'S Willi the air of a niai'iyr. lint recently ho wiote. a lettoi- to Matthew G. lleyiioUis tin! representative tit the govei nmcnl, wan iiocovered the fraud and convicted him. In that letter I ilea v'a ei-i.fc-.c i d i rpi-nianee. He said I that in 'i lie sniii lüie oT Lis cell ho had (oii.e ti an apiirecmiiiei ni ni, eirurs. lit. IJmis (;:il! ! 1 mo'Tat. aolesalo r.onn?,!iüiía 3Dcalers In. X-ilasr, Crralil NEW MEXICfJ KM m ML MM Of ' SO Oapltal, 5100,000 GixxpliaQ, it-iO.Cc8 J. S. ItAYN'Obns, rrenldcnt. U. 3. SlT.WAKT.Curtilcr. orKicnas: H. W. FLOtlRNOV, Tice Praeldent. J. F. WILI 1AMH, Asnt. Can hi COMB F.f.I'ON OKNTS ! Chemical Xationnl Cank First iJufionnl Hank Anglc-Cahforman Bank, Umited. .....New Yor ChicS . .SanFraDcigeo seen tho affair frcm beginning to n:d. And perhaps tho ttiangc-st part of ft all was that tho Lear would net stir from his safo position in tho Lrat'ches until tho kitten hud been pi rsuaded to leavo her hugo enemy a clear means of retreat. Then ho .elid shamefacedly down from hisperch and ambled hastily off toward tho mountain. Lieutenant Charles D. Khodes, U. Ü. A., in üt. Nicholas. jordsliurK New Mexico M. J. EGAN ATTORNEY A T L A W. ffi09lntheiA;Krny-.n,.,.d. - Arizona. i. r. COKWAT. W. A. nAWKISS- CONWAY & HAWKINS, Attorney. .ndCoun-c- t w. NEW MEXICO SILVER CITT ' Fron.pt Attention given to all buenos, ntruitodtooureitre. Tclcffraiihlo Anomallol. At a recent mer'ing of tho British chamber of conriurco in I'aris E. J. Hemebryk, ouo of tho vico presidents of tho Liverpool chamber of commerce, mado uu interesting statement and eought tho support of tho Paris cham ber in his endeavors to obtain accelera tion in tho delivery ot telegrams in Franco. Ho said that teh graphing from Liverpool ho could obtain a reply from his New York house iu threo minutes, whilo from his houso in Paris it took five hours. There wero countries, liko Austria, which wero even worse, ho timo for a reply being sometimes as much as six or seven hours. Thero could le no greater condemnation of tho pres ent nystem than tho practico which was commonly followed by Liverpool mer chants. When they wunted to obtain a reply Quickly from, say Havro, they would telegraph to Havro through their New York ollleo, und they could thus obtain through New York a reulv in Mr. Fied P.u ieaiiiMi: iocknii le) , on Sal illi'ay and ShiKl'er livery :iU he di, no'.v oilñ nf t'-'O i of San Simon v;ll cunt rae tod to Purler fur .1 p.-i! and May dc ,id of s" i-ers at tho verv satisfui-tory ii'iue-, iV.) for unes. Sil for tv. is and a:i lor threes and up, Juiy aes. Mr. FvU'.'li adds to ids let ter the i i 1 . vv t : i sr t'h.i f.iel eristrU; post-si-iipi: ''1 send Ihisileui fertile lieu eill of our neigl.hois .-o that, liiey may Unii'.v the lliliiii-' price of cattle. Some . lit . 1 1 1. . I. ca I te.'lUMI are su sei tewi uu-i rto-rij unin let inn p'ivate for fear their neighbors will get as much as tin y do, but I am not bülL that way. Vv iilcox News. JOS. BOONE, ATTORNEY ad COUNSELLOR. Vlllpr.ot.oelnall tho court. nd und of ilio t tt i tu ry ptt.ttenrtoüílT.ato . bu.me.. ea pior to mm. Werklug ARaln, "I was an invalid for nearly three years and not able to work. Since taking Hood's Sarsapaparllla I have uained in health rapidly and I can do a good day's work. I believe linnda Sarsanar'lla ia tho best ..... .. - mp,tie.lne. i.hatran be obtained." Mna. D. H. Cami'iiell, Vernal, Utah. Hood's Pills are the onty pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Easy The Agua Pura company is at present engaged In the turns! rue! ion ofadatu at the old niili-slte, u limit one tulle above the present, dam. The new dam will be E20 feet, !mig, thirty feet wide at the base, and tidily feet, high. Tho capacity will be nli'iut 15.. 000,000 pallons The purpose of the dam is for water und ice. P. If. Peterson, of Kli.aiiet htown, Is In town. He has a liaiidsomo pocket, piece, in the way of a specimen of quartz from tho lilac!: Cp:'r mine. The rock assays $lo."i,0CU to the ton. Optic. Down at Las Cruces three hundred men are ready to march on to Cuba, and the sale of hot tómales on the st reet has been forbidden by K.-iJor Van Patten. Albuquerque Clt,i.:l. Twenty lots have cham.vd owner hip in White Oaks In ll.o lást few days, a number of the in net r 1 ho imsi- center of the town. White Oaks Eagle. Blackleg Is a disease stippled to be long to cattle; thero are some men who must spend a great deal of tunc among cattle. Phoenix Herald. Thrio aro a iiuuiber of lumois ns to tho slgnillcaneo of Jellerson liayunlds trip to Mexico. Ho Is in comcany with A. A. llobinson and the two aro visiting bcvjhU parts. It has been stated that tney are looking up some railroad enterprise. Optic. Everybody Buys Bo. Cascarete Canilv Cu'.bartto, the most won. dei ful medical tlise.:'erv or the m . p eu üul li i id rvliimh.ui? to ihe tune, not tienlly und positively on kldiiuv, liver and Ihavi Is, cli'ttiisua; U u eiiliro h-u ih, disul -ouin, tuie lioad.Tlio, iover, liiiliiluul i i.mri i iiu nil ami hilioiiHLooi.. X'ieuR buy and try n bou otO. ('.C tosluy; 10, IW, f0 eenis. bolduud iuaracwiiiit curd by all druKtcists. The d. cenil'iiits of Montezuma have waited several hn.vlred years to get even with Spain, aue now think It Is their turn at the nut. and Major Mar inen Is drilling his company of Laguna warriors in a lonely iletlleon the Hank of Mount Taylor with that object In view. It may not be generally krimvn that Laguna his one of the best or ganized and drilled military companies iu tho country. AUitiiiuCrlpuu Citizen. Collector Morrison reports that the iiHit-oy leeeivcd in the Internal rev enue ollleo in tills city fur the llrst live months oT his terio of oiTioo exceeds by Í2.70O the amount, received for the corresponding months of last year. This is e vid cuco that bnslne ;s matters In New Mexico and Arizona are in much belter shape than one year ajo. Nc.v Mexican. Ko-'lo-Iluc foe Si'.ty Couta. C'.'.t-,'!Tnc.rl tot'ivco lis), it core, lealuvi weslt nv:itroti3, oliiwl pmx-. Ove.il. Allili-uxuikU i kirgo niiniher of liorscs on the ii liacoinari range nre dying oh" from callow loco weed. A prominent cat- tleneui in speaking of tho heavy loss of the huríes, eul iaiutes fully 50 per cent of tlv iue horses owned a year ago by cal.tleme.i on the Iiarbai-oniarl an 1 San Pedro have disappeared of died hi this manner. Prospector. BDIL Treasurers of the Local Boards of the n IT U AN ASSOCIATIOS Cf 3$122T"V-3D2X, COLOEÁDO; KOTvLOUDailURON. U., CLIFTON ARIZ., AND MORENCI ARIZ VT. It. SMALL, Lordsbuiir, J. g. noriciNs, ciifton, GEO. HOUSE, Moreno) Fidelity pays 20 per cent, dividends; 0. 7 and 8 per cent. 6n withdrawal Secured by state laws; Protected against runs. BUTLEBS BICYCLE EAGLE DRUG STORE. ID Mil Rapid Transit and Express Lino. Freight and Exprés Matter Hauled with Care and Delivered with Dispatch. Passenger Service Unexcelled. New Concord Coaches First clansKtock. ExpericnccdandCarefulDriveri N. D. Commercial travelers with heavy sau'.ple cases are invited to correspon lot terms, etc. To Cure Conatliml lou Korever Tulio T -iM'iireU l.'umlv t'utliiirtio. H'O orCSo. IJ C tí. O. lull lo euro, di iikiih refund mouuy. F. W. Iiinyhaai, United States In spector of public suiveys for Arizona and New Mexico, Is reported to have found that Philip Contzen's survey of the line segregating tho Deer Creek coal llelds had been made with exact ness arid rare. His report has prob ably been made to the Surveyor Gen eral before this time. IWt tobacco Stilt u4 nolo íor Ufo Away. 'i'n nnlt tobacco easily and forever, bo msi nullo. lull of Liu, nerve ai d vojor, take No To ll m the wondnr wur'.iwr, iliut inukui woalt mun iroiik'. All driiiUii'B, tic oríl. Curo guaran u,,a KeuKlel id DMnolii frti). Address Sieriini! Reinody C-, Chlmjio of New Yoiit HENRY HILL, Proprietor, Clifton, Arizona. o o sv ' rNr ? ,Jk f ñ i atjd yet eWcfefit.' e foW Meilco i \n\n JI. B. I'.-rviumm M. A. Otero )eo. H. Wulluuo... lio. S. Mmaa Marcelino (Jiiro :i . FlU'jl'JiO Slim liiTill W. K ai-tul ... 3. I). Uiuiio.i raivüiNCJT. M. Si . Moarnth Justico of tho Ven'- isccme, nnd who chalí Loable to standi ..ilioni. Ü New Menino Uulluuy. NOlti'UUOllNU. lloran i'u r 1 ii!.i f,,r'iiost, lii'.vveis of t.'ii' ITnil.iV.l EI. TASO, TKXAS