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LO It DSD URO i SEPT. 0, 1808. ANNOUNCEMENT- For Superintendent of School. I hereby ennounco myself as a cnmllilnto (tor the ollico of Superintendent of School of brant ooiinty, subject to the nut Ion of the brant county Republican Convention. HoWAKD II. 11ETT3, For Probate C'lcrki I hereby announce myself u candidate for Iheolliou of Probato Clerk of Grunt County subject lo ti o Democratic county conven tion.. Jamls S. Caiitur. For 'Assessor. I hereby unnouiice myself for cmuliilato for ihc office of Assessor of Grunt County sub ject to tho action of tlio Democratic comity convention. G. W.M.Cahtiu For Member of the Legislature! 1 hereby unnouiieo myself us candidal f.ir member of the lcgislnt ure, from the i:)th gistrlct, subject to the action of the Doino jeratle eounty convention.. Al.VAN N. WllITB. . I hereby announce niyscir n candidato for thu office oí Probato Clerk Of Grunt county, eubject to the iMini'oraiic county convention W. H. WAI.foN. School commences nest Monday. ü. W. Moore was lu town fiom Bowie Monday. MaJ. W. M. Belt Is nut ou tho Gila visitlnif Mr. J. M. Harper. Sam Abrahams was In town Wcdncs flay, cn route from Clifton to Silver City, where his family Is now located. Mr. J. P. Kerr, of Tucson, formerly a teoident of Lordfburg, htM beorí vis um with Mrs. A. K. Slnip.ou this week. Miss Maule WukeflelJ, who will leach our 6chool this year, arrived from Albuquerque Wednesday night. Miss Cain Is expected toniyht. Ed Holmlir was in from h'u ranch last week aud says that the ronnd up will commence at his placo ou the fifteenth. Miss Delia D.mahoe of Morcncl j .passed throu-jh towu this week, en fouto for El l'aso where she will at tend the St.. Joseph's academy. Miss May I.ahy left Sunday for. Ei Paso, where she will attend the St. .Joseph's academy. She was a student ,lu the academy all r last. year. 15. S. Steinbeck returned from his .trip 1.0 San Francisco Tuesday nmru iriti. While one Mr. Siciul-eck was .married and brought his hri.ío borne with him. ' Tues-day evening the west bound .passemrer train ran over a family ol -skunks somewhere cast of here, and the train had a siioná It not delight .ful odor when It reached town. Charlie Solomon and ' ills sister a-Ved through lowrf on" Sunday's train cn route to El l'aso to htttend Hate Solomon's v.uial;u;r. Mr. Ual'a i ...... ' ...wl' At:.. ITI'tiflM an noiur.iun uuu nio ...... .. were married Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Wood ruff were In the city Friday, en route Irotu .CliiMn to Juneau, Al.i-l;a. Mr. Wood rtijihas been working the Arizona .Copper compacy's store for several years, and has yutie to Alaska to take a position with Mr. Wythe Denbv, who has charse of a laro minino; com pany there. The New MeXlco-Arizna-Indian Territory regiment, which is now lo cated at Whipple Barracks, is in a state of uncertainty. The soldiers do not know whether they will be ,..trH nut. cir sent to some of Uncle .Skin's ucw colonies. They are not much stuck on remaining at Whipple but would be delighted to see some active serylce. ThA men who have been held In Silver City jail charged with robbing the train at Stein's l'ass a few mouths ago, have been taken to Las truces ,v,rA thpv will be tried for this rob bery. It It to be hoped that a better Jury can be found iu Dona Ana couuty than the one that beard their case In Silver City, ut the i arc term oi iuu United States court In that city. James Mr.Cabe was tu from the AnI inas this week. He says ho does not t, hen the Diamond A round up will commence. Henry Brock, the superintendent of tho company, has been bo busy getting married that he has not had timvi to set a uaie. in r home from his wed din trip the first of next week, aud it fs expected that by that time be will have regained bis normal composure áud will be able to fix the date of com j. int fVio rnund-uD. but the boys do not expect to see blm attend It In no rami. Many of the people of Lordsburg mH vietnltv will remember tred . -u,iii. who was often called ,u rtntchnian." and the "four eyed dutebnian," who made this place . . taior'il estira lie bis headquarters im " - inK principally .engaged in prospecting and tmnlng. Mr. Freldewald wanted . . r,,i,ft with the Hough Uiders, Tii vyj v ' but could not get In with them. This dlduotdeterhlmand he went as a naeker He va? In Cuba at tho time t f the flghú.ifí. rt has returned to " rhoeuix.glaiaiialotobeina country where It does uot rkin all tho time. Some of those supremely selfish inen known as sportsmen, recently calied a meeting In El l'aso for the purpose of endeavoring to have the government set aside about all the Valublo land in eastern Dona Ana county for o public park where game could breed for the purpose of furnish ing sport for the comparatively few people why enjoy shooting and fishing. As usual ill such cases the scheme took liko wild fire and many of the people of EI Pan at tended the meet ing to urge the setting asido of the reservation. At the meeting Mr. W. A. Hawkins told the.'peopb that they were aklng for the fretting aside of about all the valuable land In the country through which tho El Taso & Northcasteru road would go, which would meun that the country could not be settled up, an.) this would mean tho bankruptcy of the road. When the level headed people of the town appreciated what this national park meant they dropped the matter like a hot potato. The "sportsmen" have got New Mexico pretty well grabbed on the shooting question, aud if the "sportsmen" of El l'aso were to bo allowed to have their way tho terri tory would probably have to be given up to that class of people. Under our present law only "sportsmen" arc allowed to kill game, aud practically speaking only "sportsmen" aro llowed to eat It. The law places a hcaty pen- al'y on any man who sells game in the territory, so the man who do' 8 not care to go hunting is practically de barred from eating game. Undi r the common law all wild game beloi gs to the nrm who cau captuie It, find h Is at liberty to do with it wh..t he pleases. Uoder the Now Mexico statutes It belongs to the man who can shoot It, and he must cat it or ive it to his friends and be sure the? eat it b-'forc it frpoils, for if it Is allowed t'i spoil, the shooting becomes the wanton killing of game and the hunter cau be Lied for thus vvautou'y killing it. There has been considerable discus sion rcjentlr regarding tho game law In New Mexico and almost all pos ible ddtej have beea glveu by the wise ones who kn iw what the law is In Arkau-a or California. For the benefit of those who wish to know what the law is In New Mexico the Libbual. quotes secti ms 13"jl and of the ntw seven dollar and a half compiled laws, which Is In its library, and which the law says shall be in the libarary of every nfiice holder in the territory, but which i not. Tho sec tions are as follows: No. 12:i. "It shall be unlawful to kill or wound, in naro or trap any elk, deer; antelope, fawn, mountain sheep, ibex, llocky Mountain gnat, or beaver within the boundaries of this territory, except, that .antelope and deer with horns niav be shot during the months of September, Otoberand November of eachytar." Section l."l."5 reads. "It hall be unlawful to kiil or wound, In- sn ire or trap any quail, grouse,'pralrle chicken, phe'sant, partridge, or wild turkey within the boundaries of this territory, except that such birds may be shot with a gun only, during the months of September, Ovtober, No vember, December, January, and February of each year." A subse quent section provides that any per son violating this law shall be sub ject to a flue of not less than $25 nor more than $100, or Imprisonment in jail not iess than thirty nor more than sixty days. The Hue if paid shall be divided between the witness who pro cures the conviction and the county school fund, one half going to each. The game wardens arc appointed by the governor, and there are none in tills section of the county. W. Rankin Good, a seventeen-year old school boy of Cincinnati, after the Maine was blown up proposed lu a letter to one of' tho daily papets of Cincinnati that the school children of the country should- raisecnough money to build a battle ship to take the place of tne Maine, and b? named the "American Hoy." The idea seemed to lake astonishingly well and the money is now being raised. The chetne has the endorsement of Presi dent McKlnley, Secretary Alger aud others high In authority, and many thousands of dollars have already been raised for the purpose. Every school in the country will bo allowed to raise a fund for the purpose of helping the work along, and it Is thought the money will be raised this winter. Governor Otero and Superintendent of Public Instruction M. C. de Haca of this territory are deeply Interested in tho matter and Mr. de liioa will draw the attention of e'ery teacher lu the territory to tho matter. Without doubt the LoMsburg school childreu will take a hand in the matter and help swell the fund. The money Is to be sent to the committee lu Cincin nati, who will place It In a bank and as fast as $30.000 Is raised it will be deposited in the United States treasury to the credit of the "Amerl can Roy" fund, and when enough Is raised the navy department will pro ceed to build tho battleship, Contri butions are not confined to school children. Every one who Is interested In the matter, or In the children, lire at liberty to coutribt.te. A man must renp ns he ows. If he sow III health he will renp ill-health. If he neglects his henlth the weeds of disease will (rrow up and chohe it. It is a daily aud hourly marvel that men will recklessly ncplcct their health, when moment's thought should tell them that they arc courtiiiR death. It lies in moit every man's power to live to n green old asc If a man woi-'d only take the same care of himself that he does of hi -irse, or cow, or Actg. he would enjoy k od health. When a man owns a hundred-ilt liar horse, and it ceta sick, he does not wa t .c any time about doctoring him up. Whe ;, his gaidun gets full of weeds, he doesn't delay about rooting them out, for he knows they will choke out his vegetables. When he is out of sorts, sick, nervous, hcadachsy, has no appetite and is restless and sleepless at niptht, he pays little attention to it. The result Is consumption, nervous prostration or some serious blood or skin disease. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery H the best of all medicines for hard working men. It Rives edjje to the appc'.itc, facilitates the flow of digestive juieca, invigorates the liver and purifies and enriches the blood. It is the great blood-faker nt-.d fiesh buiUler. It cures qS per lent, of nil casc3 of liiireriusr couchs, bronchial and throat affections, weak luujrs, blcedtng from lau!r3 o;td kindred aficctio.is. Do net wait until the Iunirs are too far wasted to ad.uit of beiiijr cured. " '.s you know, five years fljro the dnciors hfid (riven me up to die with cooMitnpliun,'' writes Mr. H. G. McKiiinev. of lic-pwa.er, e'l.vette Co . W. Va. " I took treatment Ir. m Or K V. fierce, and am entirely well now I ' j.l taken slea.lily. ns Uirocled, his ' Gohk-u Medxal Dis covery.' " Dr. Pierce's Tleaiant Pellets cure con stipation. One liltlii "PelL-i" is a dose. It is to be hoped that the democrats will nominate a man for the position of probate clerk and ex officio record er who will sptul a little time study ing the statutes of New Mexico aud so learn what are the fees allowed by law for recording documents. There is no doubt but what the republican nomi nee will do this, butlu the event .of it democrat actually being elected the people who have to d-o business with this o lllce would feel more satisfied If they knew that was rmt Lccesary to hunt ud the statutes before paying a bill rendered by the probate clerk. The present lucumbent of this ofllcc .ices not know what the law is in this respect, or at least he did not some months ago. Tho Liuuual has known of bis charglug five dollars for the recording of a paper for which the territorial law allows him but one dol lar aud three bits. How this matter was settled the Liiu:ual could never luaru. On another occasion a paper was sent the clerk to record and he rendered a bill of $1.50. The person who had the paper recorded studied lip the statutes and could ot-iy Mud where the clerk should chae 3.10 for tho Work. He wrote the clerk ask iug him on what law be based his charges, and in an nver got an item ized bill lor theíi.fíJ, but no reference was made to any law. In return he again wrote to the clerk, citing the I.iw governing the fees for recording and asking where could bo found the law on which the bill was based. The clerk replied that be did uut have time to look up the law question. A cheek for Í3.10, the proper amount, was sent the clerk, who was told that if he would quote the law for the charges he made in his bill a check for the balance would be sent. The clerk en dorsed and collected the check, but never sent a further bill. There is no telling how many thousands of dollars he bas collected In over-charges dur ing the time ho has been In ofllcc, but it Is not surprising that even the bide bound democrats of the county are auxious for a change In the ollico. I!. I). O.vnby returned this week from his trip down iu Arkansas, where he went with a car of horses. While lu that state no acquired a delightful dose of chills and fever and brouglit h jme a face covered with fever sores. Dr. King, specialist I'l KClENTrjAL BLK. Hours; 0 ft. to. to 6 p. m. Mt'ht l.onrs: 7 to 8. rOSiULTATION HIKE a i nnn Ul J J u fiecot-.d a rv I UIOUH ry, i 'Ivtilv cutfd wilhou rt Mi llie i,u rtf niMN'iirv' iniill it;oii8, tiu For Throat, 5 " I I is, pnra Bioum, I'J ni- i W m CPltK iNinrii.itw.. E CTD in 1 1 1 U L icmov6d fty cuctricity OI niUlUnt No Uutentlon from busl- ki. ni d iiohIM vehy imlDles. A iruiirtuitted ( for 'Hh ( Bi'riMUPd for treatment. PRIVATE DISEASES 8.7,?,"; t'NNATtltAI. DISCIls HUliS, OONOKHHOr A, KT VAH'COI' I.K. tACrilRC CATARRH, Kidney and Uni VI L. UUIlL nary Troubl.t. Utarln Dl iui, Plies without knlfo, Scrofula, Eos 'ia, Chronic Rhsumstitm, Daatnats, Nuptur. lAO ITC Forbyuiptum olankbOQ suy ttbovi: IV III I L. riUeHM'M. Cunen treated by luall Addrtaa, Dl(. K1NU & CO., El l'uo, Texas S. R. CHESNUTT, LAWYER. Bev.'ii year' experience In Konorul piao tico iu Tennossue mij Now Mexico. Will pi-Hctico lu tho territorios of New Mexluo and Al'Uoim. CLItTON AIUZONA Pin A man who has practiced medicine for 40 years, ought to kr.cw salt from sugar, read what he says: . Toledo, O., Jan. 10, 188". Messrs. F. J. Cheucy & Co. Gentle men: 1 have been in the genera) practice of medicine for most 40 years, and would say that. in all my practice and experience have never seen a preparation that I could prescribí with as much confidence of success as can Hall's Catanh Cure, manu factured by ynn. Have prescribed it great many times and its effect h wonderful, and would say in eonclu lon that I have yet to tlnd a case o! Catarrh that it would not cure, if the) would take it according to directions Yours Truly, L. L. Goi!si;cir, M. T). Office, 223 fiuiumitSt. We will give $100 for any case ol Catarrh that can not be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken Inter nally. F. -T. Cuknky & Co.. Props., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 7o. If you want to buy a watch, clock er di amond, or if you want your watch re paired in Rvst class shape send to fF.O. W. IllOKOX & lli.XSON, Bronson Illock. Ill Paso Texas. á.fT S . C O FC. T OVA NT, i '" rSTN.-KÍ.LN.-.ÜC'.l.It.Cl'tlr'. H . FK5:CAL-lKa2A.ri V.t.-SI PCUCt.S S0LC3. "t T'i ..9. V.'üIlKlür-,-, fvt "kl. '1.- Ul.tüIdi'H.". --stcr:: ic.iMf.vn. 0rOnJ f.il'.Hou f-cop'") v. rarl.ia V.L.Bcü2las 03íi$iSl:oc: A'.! our faces ara GCLv?Vy c-iili-ior; Tu-y five "ic hcr.t vnii'O Í r tli? cio.-v. ""hey o n.-.l íüitoin shKi 1 '.! ri:i flt. 1U1ÍT v'r jrl-is i;urt;:ic OTf v;a.-nrrnl. 'i'l-fl rr'.Qta Z'S tnire.-t-,--.!- ic J f:cc. f " n ?i !o 5 1 f mJ f i-if I-' "f nrVtS. II yoerdafcr cianot .tnpt7 ) 1 -'-ci.i. toid .Ifaler, irliofc nuinn will shovily apjiear here Aircuts wuuto.1. Apply ut oner. oÉuCrigíiflU Agency. Tub LtBüUAt. has innilo urrangcincuis tc tukc SUBSCRIPTIONS ANY PERIODICAL Tevfoiia wirihlfiff t) mibsu-tiitt for p.ny period l.'.lcan lcavr their ?ut)flcr:ptiiins at tliitt oH'-lu tiii.l will receive tho míjut r.r nm'.ínr through tho i:o.)to;ilcc without any troublo or f-il'v.niio grow peylng crops because they're h fioah cud always tho btl. For hi I enle cveryxrhcre. Refueo Bbut'.tatra. fJ I Stick t Frry' Utrit and oior.pjr. t'l t lbW Seed Annual freo. Vrlto for It 0. M. Ff.'hi a cu., Daro.t. tun. r lAK'KHV I.ANII, r'INAI. I'HOO ?. 'K It t( I'nMic.iticu. Unite.) Sino s ( '.ml Of tico. I.tis l'rii:,. . N. M. AultohI l l. i V; NoticoisliOiiihyifiventh.it Jrr.n' A. Me- uruth ol iiiiiieuii, Arizona, ni.í m -i n- neo oí iMtt'iitien to imiko iroof ou his iie.-it-i:in(l :!:n No. ('TO. tor the Lot 3 hi'Iui (1, 1 1J S . K. 21 West N. M. I'l-. Mor. hofei-0 I'. S. t: oiinnli-Fioiicr. ut Loi-ilKlmrir N. M. on Hntur if the Kith fhiv of Oetolter IrW. llo imnieH the. followliiif witne.-iftes to prove I tin einiplito irrli.'iition Hiul roeliiuiu'lmi ol said l ml: J. K l osnnr. J. It. Jon w, Culver Kiti-ti-belicru'r. Sheruiau yiowurt utl of iluii cuu Arizonu, Kiull Sol'it :tu: ltetrifter. ' I'nnr.nr.nri m hi -IJ lüüi Made from thecelebrated CLIFTON Ores. Free from Aulimony and Arsenic. IIKill Cf.ECTIC'AL OtltllY. Gives more satisfactory results In Reduction Works than any Chemicals lu tlio market. A lot i tf fivjK'it tin nl saved to tho consumer lu ioiii lurniories. Trices iu competition with the Eastern Murkets. Arizona Copper Co. CLIFTON, AltlZONA. ALVAN N. WJI1TE, Attorney mill Solleltur, All huslnoan will rocelvo prompt attention I.IIU(: Koonis3uud 4 Bhephurd UulldliiK Dullard siruet, 81LVEU CITY NEW MEXICO . vr. - r. I vw. l .1 t RffBf5S '.ijr r kj visv vljsüí" i Qiimliiirin hoft uiuiiuiiu nuiu It Is A Fact THAT TliB Saita Fb- FROM DEMING- or ÉL PASO TO ALL POINTS EAST Is The Very Best. Ask Airento nt nhovc point or thoso named below for routes, I ntiB and folder. V. II. IIOl tillTOX, V. .1. l.LAt'K General Aeent. G. P. Ajcent, Toncka. El Puso. COUNCIL ROOMS Choice Wines. LlnuorsaivUIIavana Cifrare Operatic ""1 ether musical selections ren dered each nlisnt for theontortaln1 lucnt of patrons. Pully and weekly newspnpers and othcrpcrl- odlculsun flic. For full pnrtleulr.rRcnllon Hugh Mullen - Prop CLIFTON ARIZONA yltCOKT OF THE CONDITION OF X iOMl OT BL TASO. Tf.XAS, At the eioao of business on JULY 11, 1803. lioKnurccs. mm and dhicoulits 1112.070. 13.7lU.2i; 1110,0(10 IK) 02,Ot;S.7! S2.000 00 11,000.011 i ivei.lntt If, secured and utif-ceurco I!. ti. Itouils to jiecuro clr- cuhiliou Slock. seem-ltit'H. jUdif- nier.tt;. elamlH. ew llitnkimr houso, fu.niture till 1 Ilxtilied... )uii-r ico ut.1t.to and to.. ....a ..-.VI1I..I !pp I i-iiui other Nutionnl ItllllkH lito ir.iin Mulu Hanks .. ...i i..nii...t I2.rjt;.n8 aur.i 23 M.2MI.40 Sl.lMi.U) 240.31 Hue I if un upproved re servo mreut! Checks ninl other cuah itenirt ills of other Hanks ntctioiiHl pnper euricn- I,u'l'ui money reservo in iitiiiK. vi.: Sjiecic I I I.....1. tK.I.'U ... 4fl.nsn.on n.iii.ou- -225,Sf3.0fi 4X4) 00 Hedcmption fund with V. M. i rcilrttunr tu pel ol citouliillonl Total. i::;i.3i)t).!if I.lubllltles. C.tpilnl stock paid in 1100.0(10 oo w.uuu oo fttt.M 00,000 00 MltpUlM ltlltn I nilivlile'l inn"!" ' ei peuws iind luxes paid.. N.niotttil Hunk notes out- Due other Ntii ionai iiunksl tii.:i22.C3 Duo Ftato Hutías aim Hankers 22.214.171.124 Individual deposits ",.,. leel to check B42.WI.33 (Vl tilled cheeks 7'.l,u0 Deliuind cerlllleates ol uc- CaVhlci'suli'ksóúu'tánd'g i.iOl.M f.n3.0ti.77 Total s;t4.309.3.ri C1TATR OF TriXAS, COI'NTY OK V.l. 1'Afll. OSS: I.IT.S. Stewart, ciiKhier of the above uilliietl hunk, do solemnly sweur llult. I lie tthovo hliileiiient is true to tho liest of my kuowlcilRe and belief. Ll- Stewart, I !lrt I IT. Piihserlhril and sworn to before uio this rth day of July.lH'M HiciiAniiT.niiiKir.il. Nntiirv Public. l-;i I'nso l'o Texas. CoititECT ttcst : Joshua H. iikynoldb. M. W. l'l.niinNov, J. F. WlLl.tAMH, Directors. News and Opinions OF National Importance ALONE CONTAINS DOTII. Dally, hy mall, - Dally and Suuday, by mall. tsytsr. 8 ayear, The Sunday Sun is the greaU-sl Sunday Newspaper lu the world. rrtcefie.aeopy. rtymslllünyssr. AddressTlie Sun.NewTorh. KNUIHTH OF INTUIAS. I'yramld Loilge, No. 2H. Mcctlutr nltrhts, First and Third Hutu nitty ol etiuh month. '.'iMtlug brothers cordially moloouted. K. W. Clafj, c. c. o. it. bmyiu, k. or it. i a. Bask WESTERN LIJBElíAIí Subscribe for ud advertí n Tie Wera Literal Published at iril Mhiinir Camps, Bmeltor. nd VMM R tloo oras sunuuu ITKN.'arcst Psperls at Pllver City, 0 tanceoi uii) ui"". UPON the North of us lice Malone and 8 to plo llock. JTOHT OUT 11 EAST lice Gold Hill. CJOUTII of us are Shakspcaro and PjramM. S1 OUTHWESTlB Gaylorsvllle. WEST are Stoln'e Tass and tho Volcano Du trlct. NORTHWEST oro Stocplo Úock and tint Camp. LORDSBURG Is the Depot or supplies for this extonet r milling districlaud lot tho uundrccsof Located from THE GILA RIVER On the Nortbtotho Ou the South rpil E L n Covers all this vast torrltory and la dovotod the Interests of MINERS, MERCHANTS, MECHANICS, STCCJCM2ÍÍ And In fact all who lira lathiaseoUor.ks' i U w el fare in view. Tarase mi MmimmifUum One Tear.... , .q 8ix monthi......... I I'nree months irict!UrU,,iD "ubJéto iam Fu hi Is bed every Friday at IT?