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A . í . o V VOL. XI NO 44, LOBDSBUKG, NEW MEXICO SEPTEMBER J). 18.' Stth.crlptlnn ISPTt. BlngleCople.lO tet, jff),irfflH v "or l.xrilnlinrB Kew 5Ieteo. PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. Ity l)UN II. KED7.IK. Subscription Prices. I .rcc Months Six Month One Tear I '..subscription Alwuy. Paynbleln Advance. tl 00 1 76 i IXI U. I. Ki'rfUiion Ti'DERAIi. ....Doli)ato to líinrre .""'Heurelnry 1 " CUIof Justlcr WESTERN LIBERAL. Lincoln andhk cabinet. The Unexpected Dlseorry lie Made Aboni Their Appointment, Mr. F. (a proiuiueut Historical writer) went to President Lincoln to got an op. poiutment, and being askod of what do- nomination ho was answered t'int ha was a Presbytorinu. " Well, " sal 3 Pres. ident Lincoln, "I will have to look at my book to see." tie farther said: "I am not sure but 'io Presbyterians aro fall. I have to do this." Mr. Lincoln then proceodod: "Bishop Simpson wan bore tbo other day com plaining of my cabinet s giving all tbo appointment.! to Episcopalians. I did not know anything abov.t iny cabinet. I though. Lluir a good old Presbyterian tinn-in. nml ah for Seward. I didn't know niiyTPr VT. lUl?F,r,TORY. uutillwcut to church with hini that UÍ XlUlAli WllUUlVin . bewnsnu Episcopalian." Presiden. Lincoln had said to Bishop Khnpr.on : " Ycu wait hero. We aro to have a cabinet inciting here directly, and I will aoo to it. " and when the cab inet oatiio 1)0 said, "He TMshop Simpson making o oompla: 1 í of onrgiv- iug nil tbo appointments I j tho fcpisco- pallaua." Said Sewnrd: "Tbnt 13 i::;t truo oí my department. I uover . n an ap pointment to any man boci u j of bs denouiiuatiou, nur even kuo v what he Is." Said Bishop ShnpFeu: "Th-rn M9 Dr. McCliutock, appointed to '0 .0 Pari?, a good Mcthcdi::r, and El. h.ij Hughes was put l.i bin placa. I snppc-ii you didn't know, sir, who Bishop Hughes was?'1 "Oh, I had 'forgotten about him." "Well," eaiil E'.air, "yoti'vo get him there, biEhnp, bnt thera ero not two in my department that aro Episcopalians. " Bir, said tbo bishop, "tbore Ere not two that are not." "Why, "said Blair, "that is not trtio, aid yon may come tomorrow woruiu3 and look for your self. " 'I will be there at Bncb atirnj;" and ho was there. As ho went iu Blair sai l, Ah, bichop, yon got Howard splendid ly yesterday." Bishop Simpson said, ''I do not come to hear about him, but about your department." "I haven t ti.ua to eee about that." Sir, it ia cf more importance than you know. Ycttsrday you said there wer'i hot two who were Episcopalians, and I said there were not two that woro not Episcopalians, " and eo ho forced bill to look tit it, mid be found that the bishop wai correct, and that tkero were not two that were not Epieoopaliaua. All this Mr. Lincoln Fail to Mr. F., who communicated it to ono cf the be it known citizens of (bis country, a nn of uuiinpeaohuble veracity undoquulao ónracy, who commuuieated it to un christian Advocate. picture entitled 'Tho Amorous Hippo potamnB?' " 'Say, doctor,' she said, 'nnd I vas n ingle voinan.' "-.New York Sun. yon li!-.o After tho Conoert. Mr. Wcllwood How did Mine. Mebley? Miss ITifjhrocks she was wrotched. Mr. Wellwood I'm astonished to bear ;ou say that. I thought she km in flue voloo. Miss Highrocks Oh, her voico may have been all right, but I'm soto tbo gown she woro never could have boon made iu aris. Cleveland Leader. A.Otero. ;o H. W11IIUC.. W. J. Mlllt J.W Orii.ui.-ckor Associates ...nun i.i.. - Jim. K Mi.e ;"f"Í.Wv.,r, s.irvcyor-ncn.lral A. I.. Morrin ' l'.,?,t Attorney 'J---.t'"f.f'.-.. H....HI.V K. P. Minina: If va' t.arrt . HuntH V. K. V ' ilobiirt. BnnU Ko. . Krsr. I.niid t::io i'íw i nn".-" . .. v: ft !.., tímeos.... "o. . -;S'to-w.ls llowurt i.viiiin.i. ,.nfl leo K Hiiiyr itc-. I.an.l '" '.Tiec. U.idOdii Rit Vox. Knlenm. A. W. Thompson TEBUITORIAL. .. ..Sollcltnr-f.ennrir K T,. ''''. .ÜVe Wot. Attrne jí"n HrTiub'lUriiceil T A Kinioil. Alb.1qu.n1ue.. B V "In. Ve" .1 LeuSy. Usoa tt.V MatthewJ. u T.ibrnrlm- XT. II. V mte"- Treu!uroi tlnmiiel Kblortt. Amlltni Maroollno un" ' i . ,t.i l- Inst rm.'t lor. M. 1", '7 " r c.m Oil InKpiM'toi V,1 Publio rriii'ei 1 .. . . Tho facilities for inland transporta tion are so limited in Brazil that tbo inhabitants of the ports find it cbeapr to import grain from North America than from their own farms. The jellyfish has no teeth, but nst a hiinsolf as if ho were a pieco of paper when he is hungry, getting his food and then wrapping himself about it J no K a. o. Huk flOnRT 0T PSIViTS LAUD OIiAIMS .i 'liiiii:. K'lllor. ot Nort i:ieHioe; lleiirj IIA T Mil'" " " v'mh' u. uyu3l.l. j.UrtU M'v 1 N.J, HI-" ( r. r. S"wrt''---. M. roi;-trf Jshn n. i-itlintt m. O v' lj. O Ms'S'1 Crtr 'J. L Burntid".-- ftlwrC. Wlll. IsuM UiTons... Kiinklng; namls. Men Ebake hands with strangers of their own rex with far greater rcadincsi than do wcmen. Two men, cu being presented to one another, will frequent ly extend tlio baud in a grasp of greet ing, which givus opportunity to form u general idea of each other a make up, and know whether tony are attracted or repulsed. Occasionally there is a man with Buillcieut good naturo nnd connivo to refuse another man's band without cautiina olieuso. There are men who have been so impressed with the tlis coverics of bacteriology that they main tain handshaking to be tbo canse cf 0Sk- semination of diseano cernís. The tare hand comes iu contact with inmune-- bio germs looking for pastúrelo en íu:e vulnerable tipet of our anatomy. A ci.t or abrasion on tho haud leaves a dcor open for the admistion of tbo enemy Therefore it is with reason that iue'.i argue against promiscuous handshnk lug out of the home among tbo men w iu buBiucss Jifo. Lcie.ice long ago rrowu- ed upon tho practice of promiscuéis Kissing, which prevailed among women Is tho ungloved handshake ulso doomed New York Ledger. It In Jut an Important That you enrich and purify your blood irl the Fall as in the Spring. At this tirnn, tiwlnff to decaying vetrelat Ion; genus till about us, and a weak and debilitated system quickly yields to attacks of niakirl.i, fevers, etc. l'.v purifying and enriching your blood with Hood's Sarsaparillu you may bulk! up your system to resist these ingcrs, , as well coughs, colds, pneumonia and the grip which conies with colder weather. To bo on the afe side, take Hood's Sarsaparllla now and always lio Bur-j it i-i Hood's and not something else represented to be "just a? good." Th"? r1d way of buying a 20-sta:np mill as soon us a mine was bought or liODdcd Is uo lonueri'L-nerallv observed. ays tbc Mining & Scienllllo Press. len more modestly now start with u hand windlass for hoisting, then put In Bniall engine sien 111 or gas for hoisting and pumping; afterwards, If turs, tc4 While not so niuoli mining machinery Is at Qrst called for as un der the old way yet to the mining machinery manufacturer It Is often more profitable, us when he does get the order payment is muro certain than before. ot Missouri, V. S ...rjjuaty ComuiIsBiouer I"rllnti) Jll'llT i.l'rousto Call A wi'.tn '..'.' .... .iti'-riP "' '.sjlioói siipriiiK O'l--"1 . . . 1 r-uMi ' Clllruto Snrveyoi :.Corotie PSfiOIHOT. . MslrAtlt ....JusUooorthaPonc' 11 n n train. Oiretori-'l. L. Gammon rU tu 1 Jobn toisón. T. F. I'er- -Southern Fjciuo Eailtoad. I.ordbu.-Tle lblc. vriSTaous".. rVi;.-r;.-ir.,T!,rA. , , Gen Vi.n'Tkt- Ajt . unr - J , li-nv 1 ,trdburf iundn Ciiiton Dnnoin IlOtt'rlu!,D gotjinBOOKO. p. . :( , 10:' ,., ;.arg ..ui 5unav- Xrainiroot"1" " p. II. KEDZIE, nnULlCAr I the men, 1 -KOTABY rDl 1 -svEVAKCEn. good order. , rt CommU.ton.r autbor- ,'d W tranao' - Ne Mexico "A Cool to," "Ho's á cccl un," is tbo way the sol diers iu a corluiu Eni-'iihh regiment co scribe one of their oflioers, a youug man whoso self possession iu a timo of dan ger saved uis mea irom aeieat ana probably from death. Tho circumstance wbioh gave this cfiieer his reputation is related by Eauyarrt Kipling iu The Westmiuster Magazine. IÍ3 wiitos: A very youtg officer, who had gono almost straight from school to tho army and thence to India, was leadiug h3 compauy through a rocky pasa ou re turning from a scouting expedition. They were bes-et by tbo enemy, who fired nt Ibom from behind tbo rocks, and the men woro growiug very un steady. Those in the rear began to bo impatient and shouted to tho men iu frout: "Hurry np. What are you wait ing for thero?" The young officer ausvvcrod quito ooolly : "Hold on a minuta I'm light ing my pipe." Ai d ho strnck a match p. ml lit it. There was a roar of laughter, and a sol dier called oot, " Well, since you're "o pressin, I thiuk I'll havo a pipo my self." And he, too, struck a match and began to smoke. This bit of fun steadied and they camo through in Great Hat Catcher. According to nu account in Tho Jcnr nal d'Hvuicno. ruts havo become co abundaut in Brazil that a demedie snako, the piboyn, which has about the circumfcrcuco of the arm, is sold iu the market place in Bio Janeiro, to bo kep in the house as a protection against m dents. It wonld seem that the serpent pursues its prey more for tho pleasure that there is ir it than from a sense cf hanger, since it ia said it rarely cats tho rats oaught Similar in its habits and attachments to tho domestic cat of our moro northern latitudes, the gibcya Will, it is s.:id, find its way back to tbo houso of its manor even if transported io a ccu&idorablo distance. The Roberts & Leahy MERCANTILE CM. GENERAL MERCHANDISE, aiid ZFotatces. bOrtnsBüitG JDealsro in. .SSDsty; 0-r&.l4 NEW MEXICO Tbu PentUit' Opportunity, vas particularly busy on jt. U. CROCKER, M- ndSnrgeo . j,,, Mexico rdtburt w. T f. A H 1 - ...nv'e nulld- . rnnperl'O"'!'""' 01SO. i'b Jw.;t .i"80' ttlT,r i Tt 0 Ciiiton. - """7i 1 " ""' . . M A V last Tuesday," said tho dentist. "My office was crowded all day, and one of tiio last patients to be attended to waa a big, fat, middle aged German woman. She had been waiting for. nearly throe hours, bnt at last it was bei turn, and sho moved up to the chair w.th all the airy grace of a steam roller. Apparent ly the crowd in the otlico had impressed her deeply, for tho first thing sho saul was: 'Doctor, you vag doing a goot boes- ness. ' " 'Yes,' I said, 'I keep protty busy.' " 'My, hot you must be maigiug a big lot of money I Say, doctor, vas you a single man?' "This was getting rather Interesting, but the question was fired point blank at short rango, and I felt that I had to answer, so I admitted that snob was the esse. Ey this time sho had hoisted herself into the chair, and sho gave me look that well, you remember tuo In the last sixty days, tin almost general complaint has existed ngainni the impurity of the water furnished to the consumers o Las Vegas, and numerous cases of sickness have been alleged as nttrlbulablo to tbo use (1 the water. Las Vegas Optic. The city sbowes no sign flf abating prosperity. With new building blinks and fino residences going up all around us.and the many city Improve ments, It Is certainly an Indication toward which tho wave of prosperity is carrying us. Elsbee Orb. The 33rd legislat ive assembly of this territory could effect a largo saving in public expenses, by cutting down the number of tho different boards for the government of territorial institutions. Lots of room for Improvement In that direction Mew Mexican. Thecave-iu In the Vcrdo mine at Jerome brings up the question of a mine inspector for Arizona. The next legislature should attend to this. Mineral Wealth. Navajo Indians were In town this week and last, witu conies for bale; the prices were rrom si.ou up. si. Johns Herald. Leading republicans of the territory, Hiid bum especially of the southern section are urging Hon. E. U. Gage to illow his name to cune hefuro the people as an aspirant for congressional honors. Mr. Gage is well and favor- ibly known throughout Arizona, and should he come befóte the people he will gcts'.lcli a recognition as no other man has for years. Mr. Gage Is the fi lend of he miner, is iu close touch wiihtbeif every Interest, his being that bis actions are bound to redound o the Interest of the public. bisbce Orb. Sheriff, Uuffncr has icceivcd word i lint the post otilce dcpirtmciit would shortly forward blm S10U0 as reward on the capture of Parker. This re wind is to a certain extent gratuitous in the part of the department, as to barker's guilt as a train robber, al though bo privately admitted to various parlies bis guHti f that crime. The money i to be paid, so we are In formed, through the representations made by 11. E. Morrison, one of Pres- oli's leading attorneys. Courier. Wells, Fargo 6 Co., t!nd it necessary to send i ut a printed argument ex cusing itself for refusing to bear it: part of the war stamp duly which-it is forcing upoti the people who patronize .hat means of transport ,tlon; the use for that institution U daily growing iess and this imposition upon the pub lic as well as the nuau and unpatriot ic position the express company has placed itself In will do much toward ending the existence of that company Phoenix Herald. RST MAT ONAL BANK DFELPASO KL PASO, TEXAS CapltaLi, 53100,000 svurpl-us, ÉpBO.OCO RATNOLTtS, Pronldont. . 8TEVTAUT, Cutilci. íi. W. FI-OURNOr, Vice Pneldent. J. F. WILLIAMS, A8it. Ci,bl cor.r.EsrOftnr.NTs : Cbemii-nl National ilank First National liank , Anglo-Calit'oroiaa Uank, Limited , York Cb.iaat.0 .SanFranciseO Attorney gaVBBCITT . . ....inn itven Prompt .-dCoun..Uor.-tl NKW MEXICO. to all bu.incn. Atru.twour0nte" roüKSEi.Lon, - t, vT ir Y an o tuui""' Mftl,u- .,. und of , ...-.11 tbo court an i 111 praotioo ... heierr..--' A n Explanation. The reason for the great popularity of Hood's Sarsaparllla lies In the fact tbat this medicine positively cures It is America's GrcatcstMedlclne, and the American people have an abiding confidence in Its merits. They buy and take It for simple as well as scri ous ailments, conlldent that it will do the tn good. .-fflvent vMex Hood's TiLLH euro liver for 25c. by C. I. Hood & Mass. ills. Co- Mailed Lowell 3 Everybody Bay. So. CaacnretB Canil v Ca'bnrtlo, the rues; won derful inedieul diaeovcrv ot tlio upe, eas aut uinl rofi'cslniig to Iho tuste, oi l t--eiiU.v and positively ou kidneys, liver and bowels, cleansing tbo entire B.v.U'in. dlHii-l rolcir., curn l.euaaono, lovtr, tiuuuuui i-.nii.t.jiiuu and lipioiisuoss. t.eaJo uuy aim iry u of i!. I!. C to-duy; '., -.'". M n nt. bold uuii nuriuiloed to cura uy un urucgisi. While south, Governor Prince visit eJ the canning establishment of Theo dore llouult and also extensive tomato Held. Mr. Uoiialt has this year over 200 acres of tomatoes and Iu order to irrigate them and bo independent of the uncertain acequia uppiy, has con structcd a lake over half u mile in length, from which he Is now water ing his Holds. The picking of the crop commenced this morulug and will be continued r'ularly till frost. New Mexican. Miss Ciane, the governor's private secretary, Is busily engaged on the an nual report of the governor to the sec retary of the Interior. Governor Otero's report last year attracted wide-spread attent!r':i by reason of Its ompiebeii.slvencss, but tho otic now In preparation will be more elaborate in every particular, and w ill cover all pat is of the territory nnd Its varied Interests in a very thorough manner. New Mexican. Awarded Highest Honors World' Fair. 'DIl' wmm worn mm - MOST PERFECT MADE. A nure Crane Cream of Tartir Powder. Free fjoni Ammonia, Alu 1 a' any otlua adi' Iterant 40 Yr-aw the Standard? To Curo Con.llputloit 1 wrover. Talie C laiuien Cumivl'ittiiariir. looorSto. Treasurer's of the Local Boards oftlie BUILDING 11 AM ASSOCIATIO of 3DE33TT7-E3S, COILOTS.'jfIDO . M., CLIFTON ARIZ., AND MORKNCI ARIZ FOR LOIIDSIUTRO N W. If. SMALL, Lordaburj,-. J. Q. IIOfKINS. Clifton, GEO 1 Ot'SE, Moreno! Fidelity pays 20 per cent. divldcnds:7 and8 Secured by state laws; Protected against runs. mm BICYCLE EAGLE DRUG STORE: TIE CLIFTON IMC J. N. Iiioyles reports the receipts so far this season- of 400,000 pounds Of new wheat. In the neighborhood' of VaUerdo the yield was about half that of former years, but In other lo- allties about Kan Marcial tho yield has been above tho average, and the quality avallablo theieforc much greater than during previous years. San Marcbil lice. No-lo-Uac for Fifty Cents, Cuaranteoil tobacco holilt cure, snukca wenk men BirouK, UlooU puro. imcl. All ilrusfiki The Indications are that tho attend. anee at the territorial fair this year will be creator than ever. Secretary Crawford Is receiving stacks of letters every dav from persons who intend to brlmr exhibits and who desire to know the prizes offered for the best exhibits . . ., . . :i .11 ' I in oiiiereuii lines. .ttiuuiiuemuu iu- izen. Don't ToLero Spit ual SmoM Yr lift inaj, To Quit toboroo easily sad forever, bo mag notls. luU of life, nerve anil vigor, tnUe No To ilao, tlie wonder-worker, that makoii walt raon iroiiii. AU drUKKUsfhtOoorel. Cure cuaran- I ti itl Uooulut and murui nee. Allures. uuliuir líumeúj Da. tliuaKO or Vow Tí oik. Rapid Transit and Express Line, Freight. mil Expreai- Mitter Hauled with Care and Delivered with Dispatch .' Pansengei Service Unexcelled. New Concotd Coaches First clasmtock. ExpWíénéedand CarefulDrivers N. B. Commercial travelers wítb heavy laniplo cases are invited to correspoa foi terms, etc. HENRY HILL, Proprietor, Clifton, Arizona. o O -, i.i .- ... ewM.. 'ww o p3. CO Ui & tn' CO CO EL c5V \n\n w. B. t.'huir - 8. M..h'H .Reo. Ij'iii'l oaior S)l)t. i'OllHni 111 1 . Atic.-iio. . ,,-,t C0Ü21TY juni dable, coiné the iniil, conecntra- . -.l-' It U U. C. lull to curo, dr r.'íuuJ :uoucy.