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LOIiDSBUItG, MARCH ? lm VP. H. Constable, the El raso toru ratRslon man lauded In tbo city Jestcr- Messrs. Turner & Taylor have Bold tbelr meattuarkct business to Mc Gtath Brothers. J. A. Harrison bus bloomed out with á One new bugKV, and tbe girls are all casting eyes at him. We had a few March winds this ti'eelt, and the people of Ucmlug are Suld to again be buppy. S. U. Dunagan brought his family to from tbe Animas the first of tbe Week for a little vacation. The Eagle drug mercantile company .has put some more shelving luto the teto re In order to have a little more room. Baylor Shannon was in the city yes terday, just from Silver City, and re ports his mother much Improved In health. C. C. Hall (Limited), that is his height is limited, was iu town tbe Orstof the week, Interviewing tbe grocery trade. During January the Arizona copper Company produced 752 tons of black copper, and in February the produc tion was 670 tout. A pensión has been grunted to Jesse Harris, as a veteran of tbe Mexi can war. a Tbe pension amounts to eight dollars per mouth. 11. G. Wilson, tlfs.N'ew Mexico rep resentative of the Standard Oil com Dany, came in tbe Urst of the week, Und made a trip up to Clitton. C. S. ICellUul came iu from Gold Hill Saturday, and returned to his work on the Gila Valley road. He left his mother in much improved health. Last Saturday night the Knights of i'ytbius held a "smoker" at the lodge room after tbe lodge closed, lu which k number of Lordsburgeis were in vited, and at which they had a lino time, or at least they said they did. James McCabe, who has been lead-- ing a butterlly life io lovva for sume tuonlhs, left l'rid:iy for the ranch in the Animas to again buckle down to the bard work of branding calves. Ves Chase will attend to bib interest, in town. , Redford Jobe has been taken to Sierra county for preliminary cxaiui tiatlou on the charge of killing Ocar West It Is stated he. will waivu ex amination and be tried at the coming term of court, which opens on ihe-jlb bf next mouth. Tbe mail carried on the AManna & New Mexico railway Is now being weighed d'tliy. This will be kept up for some thirty days, and on the Amount of Mall carried will depend the pay of the railroad for this work for the next four years. A special train went through Tues day ir.orolri carrying Gen. Stlllman of New York to tian Francisco. The general represents the Searlcs Inter est iu the Southern I'acWlc, and is go- Jhij to San Francisco to attend the company's annual meetiug. The tolling of church bells on the occasion of a burial Is based on the old pagan custom of banging gong when a body was Interred to scare away the bad spirits. Albuquerque Citizen. This heathern custom has never obtained in Lordsburg. ííessrs: James McLean and A. C Young, of New York, accompanied by their wives were in the city the first of the week. These gentlemen are lu terested In the Ann of l'helps, Dodge & Co.. and have been visiting the works at Ilisbee and Morcnci. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Sbannon came down from Clifton on a special train Saturday Und drove across to Silver City Saturday night. Mr. Shannon received word that his mother was very aick In Silver City. On their ar rival there they found her much better. Married, o'rt Saturday hbrlit by Justice McGrath, Mr. Charlie Lee and Miss Conception Rui y Chaves. Mr, Lee Is one of tbe prominent merchants of Lordsburg and his wife was one of the fair señoritas, native of New Mex ico. They have the Liukha'l's con gratulatl'us. Evangelest Carradlne has been hold Ing a series of meetings in Dewing tbe past week, and several Lords burgers and people from the river have been to Doming attending the meetings, and more expect to go down tomorrow to attend the Sunday meet ings. The Evangelist Is said to be most convincing talker. Mr. J. N. Fatten, the secretary -of the Pacific Mutual accident Insurance company, writes the Libeual enclos ing a copy of a letter from Mr. Krutt schnltt, general manager of the Southern Faclflc, which says that tbe Paclflo Mutual has not been barred out from doing burlness with the Southern Pacific, but that tbo Travel era bas been given an equal show with the Paclflo Mutual In dolog this busl-ire-is. About a month ago Mrs. A. F. Mc Donald, wifo of P.lshop McDonald o' the Mormon church, while alone In her Btore at Round Valley, about fifty miles from Casas Grandes, was killed and tbe store robbed. Tbo Mormons were aroused and a party took the trail. The El Paso Times reports that the Mormons found that the murder ers were a couple of men from the "niack Jack" gang and that last week the Mormons found the camp which the American officers and Mexican army had been hunting for so long. They made a dash on the camp and when they captured It all of the gang, nine men, wero dead. This Is the most plausible story of death to the "lilack Jack" gang that has ever been told. The Mormons have a way of going after outlaws and gettiug them that is quite convincing. Nine years ago this spring some Mormons went after some horse thieves In this county, and the story has never been printed. It Is now given not as news hutas history. Horse thieves had been bothering the Mormons iu North ern Mexico, and apossc was sent after them. One afternoon In May, 1889, Wm. Suggs and Fred Myers came to the Chase & McCabe ranch In tbe Ani mas, watered and started uorth. About dark four Mormons appeared it the ranch and inquired for these men. 'ihey said they were borse thieves and they wauted to arrest them. Mr. Chase said that In all probability the men were camped at a windmill a few. miles north of tbe ranch. Tbe Mormons asked Mr. Chase to go with them and guide them, they thought that if they could get to the men at day break they could arrest the men before they woke up, without any trouble. Mr. Chase. Bud Moore and AVm. Stetson went with the Mormons. They started in time to get to the windmill before daybreak. The '.eader of the Mor mons Instructed his men just how to jump on to the horse thieves, provid ing they found them asleep, and ar rest them before they could get their weapons. As coon as it commenced to grow light all wero watching the plains for a sight of the camp. It was discovered a few hundred yards from where the watchers were waitiug. l'hey walked quietly over to where the men were sleeping, covered with their blankets, the Mormans in ad vanee. Toe leardcr went up on one side of the sleeping men and one of his companions ou the other side, they carefully drew down the blankets to see if these were the right men, and is soon as they saw they had found I he horse thieves, instead of attempt lug to arrest the men the Mormons commenced shooting. The two horse thieves were dead before they had lime to awaken. Tbe Mormons took the stolen horses, told Mr. Chase and his companions that they thought there would be no more trouble from these men, and started back for Mexi co. To say that Mr. Chase was sur prised at the way the Mormons "ar sested" the horse thieves would be to express It mildly. Mr. Chase went back to bis ranch after picks and shovels and buried the men where they were killed, wrapping them iu their own blankets. There was no more hurse stealing In that section of the country from that time nntil the "Black Jack" gang turned out. There bas been a hot, time in Dew ing since the lire burned up the Head light ollice. For several weeks Editor Walton insisted that he was going to continue the paper as soon as ho could receive a new supply of type. About the time the type arrived a deal was made, and when the renewed paper came out it was under the manage mcnlof Long an i Whitton. Scon iftxrCol. Asbenfel ef returned from Colorado there was another deal and Whitton's name disappeared. It alleged he was forced out and Geo. L. Shakcrpeare was put In as the "Co." of J: A. Long & Co., proprietors of the Headlight. Whitton secured some telegrams, which be claimed that l'rof. Long had sent to Silver City giving a not very llattcring accouut of Mr. Whitton's actions in Deiuiug, es reclally as regards the rosy, red wine and the tiger which likes to be bucked On tbe strength of these telegrams be bad his former partner arrested for criminal libel, and the professor " is held under bail to await the action of the district court. Later Messrs. Whitton and Long met on the steps of the depot hotel to talk the, matter over, a la Corbett and Fitzslmmons, but as there was no kinetescope in town Jubileo Marshall put them bulb under bonds to keep the peace until a kinetescope could bo procured. Mr. Whitton is now running the Eagle at Silver City and Professor Long, with the aid of Mr. Shakespeare, Js running the Headlight, but both of them seemed to have overlooked many of the exciting things which have occurred In Deming lately, and thus the Libeual Is able to score a scoop on both papers. Juhu A. Riley, represcntiu Rrad Btrucu agency, bus beca lu town thi week lutervlewlu the busluohs uiea of the town. Mr. Kiley Is from L h Anzoles, aud bas been travelling through southern Arizona for home weeks ou thU miHbloo. He la accom panied by bits wife. Lav that Alien. M love Is not lore that altera when ft alteraUs find." That is one of the subllmest lints In all literature. It in the final definition of luvo by the world 's frreatest reader of the human mind, hliakesicure. Nearly all women who truly love, love In thi sublime way. Men acklom do. Woman's mot glorious endowment is the power to awaken and hold the pure and honest love of a worthy man. When she lows it and Mill loves on, no one in the wide world can know the heart apony sl.e endures. The woman who suuVra from weakness and derangement of her special womanly organism soon loses the power to sw-ny the heart of a man. Her general health suffers and she loses her good looks, her attractiveness, her amia bility and her power and prestige as a woman. Dr. K. V. Pierce, of Rtimil. N.Y., with the assistance of his staff ol able phy sicians, has prescribed tor many thousands of women. He has devised a perfect and scientific remedy for women's aliments. It is kuown as Dr. "fierce' Favorite Prescrip tion. It is a positive specific for all weak nesses, diseases, disorders, displacements, irregularities, and debilitating drains pe culiar to tornen. It purifies, regulates, strengthens and heals. Medicine dealers sell it, and no honest dealer will advise you to accept a substitute that he may make a little larger profit. I was afflicted with kid-iey trjuMe and I have always hrd a torpid liver, writes Mrs. R. Crosswhite, of DufTWu, Hmtlt Co., T-xns. " When I commeneed vmir medic:ne I wn not Able to stand on my feet. I uvl one bottle ef Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription and five vials of his 'Flciisnnt I'clUts.' i am now well. I had not walked in four months when I commenced the treatment: hut in ten days I was able to walk everywhere." The cr.ttlc sanitary board of Ari zona, after refusing several limes to record Chase & McCahe's brand, has at last consented to put it on record. Messrs. Chase & McCabe are glad to have their brand recorded, for oc casionally a steer strays over into Arizona, and when one is sold there they want to get the money for it. They have bad several steers sold over there, and have not always got the price for them, because the brand was not recorded. Now if they tlo not get pay for stray steers they arc lu a shape to tuake a row w ith the sanitary board. They had to make a row to get their brand on record and from the accounts iu tbo Arizona papers they are the only people who have mccceded in bringing the sanitary board to terms. In Arizona the board think they are the most important people and that any criticism is a case of leso majes- lie. But as Chase & McCabe did not live in tbe land of the Hassayauipie they had not learned to look at tbe board with the reverence a Chinaman exhibits toward his loss, and they plainly and decidedly told the board just what they thought of it as a body and individually, and tin board came off the pjreti. F. M. Chase came in from the Aril mas Tucsdat and went down to Kl Taso to get bis teeth ground and lilted. He says that tbe rumor of Spain let ting Cuba go reminds huii of the story of the man chasing the tut key. A friend saw bitu running, he looketl ahead and could not see that bo was running after anything, ho looked be hind and could see nothing chasing him. He took a short cut, beaded the man off and asked him what he was running after, the man pointed to a wild turkey about half a mile away and said be was after it. He was ttdd that the turkey had such a start that there vas no hope of catching it. '-1 know it," ho answered, "but 1 have chased it so far that 1 can't afford to quit now." General Manager Kruttschnitt of the Southern Paelflc passed through on the east bound passenger train In in bis private par Tuesday, cu route to New Orleans. "I can say one thing for Chamber Iain's colic, cholera and diarrhoea remedy; and that is that It excels any nroorietarv medic ne 1 have seen on thu market, and I have been in the practice of medicine and the drug business for the pal forty years," writes J. M. Jackson, M. L. I.ronson I'la. Physicians like Chamberlain's colic, cholera and diarrhoea remedy because it Is a scientific preparation and because It always glvrx oiuck re lief. Get a bottle at the Eagle drug store. THE GREATEST BOOK OP THS IGBI Should bi in Every Boma and Library. TH3 MS Bis fiislonj U written by B'M Bor.. WtllUm Ewart QlHtoM, Kotf.t It. A. Ml. Baoe, V Ra. Riuutl lvm Curtiw r I-s-TM tillar OI KJ I pnnau miiM . i 1 liny. A. H. Hajoe. Ouimso' CoIIk, Oiiord, Kn.l Riuutl Ivm Curtí, U.D.. CbicifO JíimUmiuiU i, in.; nor, ruuMriu n.im feini.,r'll.0uiia. I.i..Tuiu t, iiauuruarir, r-ng-i rw. UoHuk. Humerviiitf. M. , 1 l., Aruiuur Id mute. H . Frank W. OuumuIu cu, pww Tors Cur, N. Y.i ti. Miuirn 8ummrbU, V U., ! 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A man who has practiced medicine for 40 years, ought to know salt from sugar, read what he says: Toledo, O., Jan. 10, 18S7. Messrs. F. .7. Cheney & Co. Gentle men: 1 have beca In the general practice of medicine for most 40 years, and would say that In all ny prat-tire and experience have never seen a preparation that I could prcsclbc with as much confidence of success as I can Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu factured by you. Have prescribed It great many times iind its effect Is wonderful, and would say In conclu sion that I have yet to find a caso of Catarrh that It would not cure, If they would take it according to directions. Yours Truly, L. L. GoitKuen, M. D. Olllcc, 22.) Summit St. "We will give $100 for any rase of Catarrh that can not be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken Inter nally. F. J. Cheney & Co.. Tro ps,, Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75. If you want to buy n watrli. clock I- di amond, or if you want your watch re paired in first c!u "tNir" sent to (Jeo. W. HirKOX& IliXROH. Vironxon Illot k, Kl Paso Tesa. w, S3 SSiOE 13 the nesT. riT FOR A KINO. t0. CORD OVAN, Sftv fRtNCH,rj:AMtLLCOCALF. m rxTRy, S-SpsETiSSCIlCaSKCIi y,-7 s-nrvtvupGyt: Cvrr Oca Mütln i'cco!e v. cur mo V. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Slices: All o-ir shoes era cczY. satisfactory Thy flve-tt.obrrt val o f-r fio money. Thv enuul cactom íii'ir.-; !r. Myioar-.t (it. Thllr-woorlni qur.'iiitj r re ui,íur',í(íu. The pti--.es ore t;n.irm,"C',r.ed en soto. I-ritn 5 1 ti i srwrii ov r t t'-fr insVcs. lIyourdra!ercHir.iiii:i:'l;'y- uvxe-.a. t-olibj .I.M'.rr. whoso mimo will shortly appear here A.--nu wanted. Ap,-.y at oi-ce. SniiscriDtion Agency. TllK I.ibekal Una made arrangements to tnko SUBSCRIPTIONS ANY PERIODICAL rersnns wishing- to v.!v-iil,e for nnyperlod- leal can leavo their subscriptions nt this office mid will receive tlio paper or masrnziiic tltroiiKh tbe postónico without any ti-oublo or expenso The bet seeds grown are íV,'ítÍl let s s I aaarta snu'II Itril K'itrrv'fl. seeds sown nro Kerry' Ttie best scuds known are Kerry . It, puya to pluuttVJ unnn w Famc&is Seeds Ask the dealer for them. Bend for rCRNV-S CCO ANNUAL Vma and aetaii mat s gooa na(K'-iS 1 -vy new mo mu) iuu Vs V-J .3.W.MD- FERRY A CO.,! jv usiron, suca. jaV ttin-'r" -i- jioKi--i-:iTrKE MiTit i;, To tiroriro H. Ward. Vim urn horc-hv untitled that I havo ex twin, i.hI tlio yum of one hundred dnlltirs In la- tHiraii-l improvement iiim.ii tlio (lold Dollar miniiiKfliiiin. situate III ihet.old Hill iiiIiiiuk dlMrU-t, (.rant anility. New Mexico, tbo locu tion notice of which im rwonlcd III nook l-l 01 niliiln-- liuntions. IMIires Vi uli'l ill thu of- t'.ee lir the recorder of "111. I lil-Mllt county ill order to hold Mii,l nilnimr chili i for tlio year 1W7, under the provision ol heellou ol the Uc. isid Matutes of tliet nited (tutes ol Ainorii-il. 1 ( within nlnty day from the publication of this notice, .vou inn or rcno 10 con trihutn vmir oroiMirtioo of filch oxiieiid llores ll co-owner, together with the cohIm of Hum xililice.tioti, your Interest In Haul uiln-invr-lnlm will tM'coine ttio pronrrty of the subscrilK-r under Hiiiii Ncetion ..-'.-i. llAVIIl KiHII.rSTON First publication February IS, Imih. C1TK1-1 M HurK, NK V MaXIUO, J A MI A- lis ISiKs. To U. J. Lonir: file i-d Itik iM-viioimH-nl ftnuiiMt.y hr ftitcni tliirinfl: tin yrur iHtt? mki luiiiftrt'il tlullitrrt. In lithor iinii IuinnvtinrntH uihin tho )) KiiiK ulii", situate in MiMplu ltK inituitR ttistrk-t, íímn. rounty, Nt' Mtaico. thu lK;U!im nutlro nf whii In I.. iiikI r record lu 11 (if inintii l K'Htititm nuui fu tlu' dtficv nf tho rTril of Mnirl t)uiit v. In onUr I t hnll :m1 t-liti tn titt- -lcr lUv pnvi!lnim of (( tdi oí tho n- Vi-i'll HtittUtt'B of tllO I III tod tHHM mid th iiitifiirtiiiiittn tlu-pi'ti. ii it!t if vi-d .lutnturv 11, ii-iicornliiK aiiiunu labor uihui uiÍiiIiik cl:iiiui. If within nltioty iIhvh fn.ro the norwmnl vii'O tiTMiii you of tills nolir' r within nlni'ty diiv iiMi'r tho iMiofU'iiUoii thcroot, Nliould ih-i sonal Korvleo not b. mudo, you full or rotue to omitrlhiitf) yi)iir iiroimrtHHi or suori tMMitlituroH ha oo-owiior jour intoroht hi tho ohiiin will boonme iho DmiMTty ot thoundt 8íkiom1 ooii)iuny, your ohiwiiit, which liu U'iio tho rottiiiroi) t'TiiiM.diturort. ítySANroHIt llOHlNMOf. I tí duly Hiirhori.od iitiont, Vlvét publioatiou Kol lh. To Von t Untidy. You uro liorohy nt it I Hod thiit T hnvcoxiit' ou olio hundrod dollari l'i liiuor W piove-t-io Kim- moot 011 tho VolcHiio lodo Hitua ball uiiulntr dint riot, (j ra tit ooui Met- loo lift Khowu (y proor ot t In ll'HU M ot doedb. (iHKOf) In tho ollioo or tho r tv toiinty. In ordor to bold mild I Nri'otl tho prov!nlon of wot ion m j id' tho I'nitod HtutoH,, liMiitr riuirod U liohl thitmino for tiJ U-oojiibor:.., IW.mhI If win1 . rmin tho puhiioitf ion of ttiln r j rtíf uho t4i ooiitriliute your 1 PXHudlturo an ch nor, 1 o.ih ol thlrt puhlioHtiou, y UlHlln Will IMTOIIK UIO l'(if durittor uudormd suction 1 ALVAN N. I Attorney aud H, All busiuesr will reclvo ),J Olllne: ltooin D uud 4 Ph. , llullsrd atroot. IciiViru riTY v -'f. It Is A Fact THAT -ft Mi h- FnCVsf. DEMING or EL PASO TO ALL T0INTS EAST Is The Very Best. Ask Agents at above points or thoso named bolow for routes, rates and folders. F. II. TP. J. 1U.ACK. O. P. Airont, Topvka. HOftillTON. General Airont. El I'sso. COUNCIL ROOMS Choloo Wines, Liquors and. Havana Clgnra Operatic and other musical selections ron. dered each nlirnt for thecntcruiln' nicnt of patrons. Dully and wockly newspapers and other peri odicals ou file. For full partictilarscallon Hugh Mullen - Prop CLIFTON A RIZON A nKI'OUT OF TllK CONDITION OY It First National Bail Or Kl. PASO, TEXAS, At I lio close of business on FEBRUARY 18, lt'iiourc4s. 1808 Ijisns nnl difcoiints 111,110.78 ovt'i,lriuif. wuurt'd anil nnci;nr'J 12,2U0.:w UW.tHW 00 (M.OX1.U7 32.000 00 f'l.OOO.OO U.S. Il,n,l to secure clr- etiliitínn Stocks. m-CHiritlt'S. Jmlg- nnnits. eiuiins. etc ilunkiiiu house, iurnlturu unci Uxturus Other r'ul estillo mid uiortfriivc0 ownt , Due Iroiu otlier Nutlomil Hunks 30.075.70 i'.iUi it) l(tl.7i:o SO ft.! I -r S),"lu.oo ltl6.il Duo from tuto Hanks iind lliiukers Duo tn iu itpprovcd re- servo Hiteiltri Cheeks nnd other ohhü iteuis It j I In ol ot':-r HhiiUh t-'raclionHl piipT curreii- '. uicke).-i unit cents Lttwrul motley reservo iu hsuk. viz:..... Specie f.eirtll teli'ler notes Iteili niptlon fund with I'. 4r..rcir,.nn H.uo7.uo-2i-,ti,a-i0 8. i reasiinír lo per cent ot circulation) 4.) 00 Total. 7H.ia.42 Llalillltle.. npltnl stock paid lu tion.nno no uipliis iiiini .i.iAni uu Undivided pnillts lei's ex penses and taxes paid.. f.ssd.U National Hank notes out- xiiini inir w.uuu uu Due other N'atlonul Ilanksllu2.K0,r.) Dun State Hanks and Hunkers S1.ZM.7J Individual dcHtdts sub- leet to check 3tB.UNl.us renllled ch'M-ks 2",0.00 lHuuiud ccrtiilcutcs of de posit ll.tl7.M7 .shier-hchksouUtaudK l,i-7.tU n t1.KII7.5J Total f.,ia.4- oí Oí 1TATK OK TEXAS. COt'NTY OF EL PAW), uaiiied hunk, do solemnly swear vhat the hImivo statement Is true to tho la st of my knowledtfo uud ladlcf. V. ti. Stewart, t itsnii-r. 8ulscrthed nml sworn to beforo uiu this 3rd duy of March. 11 ill ti.ti.n 1. lienors. Notnrv Viihllo, Kl Paso Co., Texas. CintliK'-'T ttust: Jnsiii'tH. Ki-.VNoi.tm. M. W. Ki.otiKNoy, J. F. Wll.l.lAMK, Director,. News and Opinions OF National Importance ALONE CONTAINS IlOTII. 1 Daily, liy mall. Dully and Siiuday, by mll, SO ayear, H ayear. The Sunday Sun l, the greatest Hnniluy Newspaper In the wqrld. 1'rloeSe.aeopy. II y mall S3 a year, AdilressTha Hun. New York. KNMillTH OF rYTIIIAis. I'yrHltl'il l.otlve, TSo. HH. Meetlnir niirhts. First nnd 'third Kiiturdny ol imeli tuoutli. VIsitliiK hrolht rs cordlully weltsumxl. .1. A. Lkahy, C. C. O. K. UkiVTU, K. of It. lt tt. WESTERN LlliEllAL: Subscribe for ani advertiré a Tie testera Liberal rubllrhrHl st RICH Mlntnir Cstnps. Ptne'.tors and Ueduc tion Works surround us Of It Nearest rsrur Is at SIItov C1y. tunee of fitly mllea. UrON the North of us lies Malone srwJSto Ilo itoek. JOHTHKAST He, Gold Hill. gOl'TII of UBare tihskspcRro Bn(j pyramid. goUTltWESTIs Gaylorsvlllo. w EST nro Stein'. Tas. and tho Volcano Dl, trlct. NOIITHWE8T are Stccfio I'.ock and Eae Cump. LORDSBURG . . , VI Is tho Depot of supplies for this exteuai y l mining diBtricvaua ioi iuu uuuui. Located from THE GILA RIVER On the Nortntothe On tho South rovers all 1 1 his Tast territory and la deYOtcd the Inujrea'aof Miners, merchants, Mechanics,! 8T0CKME: And In fact II who lire in thlaeoUor-or f ' Its welfare In view. Mexican I.i Terms ol Bnbseiiptloa On.t vnr.. ; Six id.niths 1 7tf fhref tnonthi 1 0 Advertlslnir ltate, subject to tpeclnl eon liaot. PubllshiHlevory Friday at LORDSEDEG NEW HEKCJ \n\n THE LIBERA!