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VVESTEliN LIBERAL. l)8.DSBÜR(Ji FEBRUARY 1 1001. W. II. Jack, the el) known cowman of the Burros, was In the eltv Satur day. The copper spike was driven yester day, corupletltog the Mure act South ern road. Do not fail to try the delicious bread made fresh every day at the Lordsburj Bakery. Mrs. W H- McDonald returned from her New Vork trip this week, having spent the winter very pleasant ly with her mother. W. A. Leonard was down from Clif ton yesterday to meet Miss Francis Oil, his sister-in-law, who came from California to visit in Clifton. After several days of disagreeable Weather and considerable rain, ft cleared up Wednesday morning, and again the bright New Mexico sunshine blessed the wplé. Mrs. II. A. Fuller came In from the river Sunday, having received word thit her aon Hardie' child was quit sick, pn the little one's recovery she returned to her home on the farm. P. Wiseman, superintendent of the Shannon copper company of Clifton, was in the city yesterday, returning from Albuquerque, where be had been attending the death bed of bis brother. Maurice McGlnnls, the two year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Neil McGlnnls, died In El Taso and was buried Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. McGlnnls have the sympathy of their many friends bete.. The Lordsburg bakery has ordered one of the new automatic gasoline baker's ovens with a capacity of three hundred loaves pci day. With it the bakery ought to keep the town sup plied for a time. Monday Miss Lethe Knight, of Martinsville, Indiana, arrived In town, to visit her uncle, It. S. Knight, o' Redrock. Col. Knight came In the aatue day to meet her and took her out to the coming copper camp. Having ftecured a One baker for bread, pies, cake and all other fancy bakery goods, I respectfully solicit the trade of the public at large assur ing each and every one perfect satis faction both as to quality and price. LordsUir Baktry. There Is liable to be a war on the Gila between the Lyons So Campbell cattle company on one side and the farmers on the other. It seems that many years ago the company -secured title to a large amount of land on the river, by Buying out thémen who --had hotnesteaded or pre-empted the land from the rfoiernroent. The company did not get all of the good farming land on the river, and during recent years men ' have gone in there and homesteaded land and made farms on It. The land Is so rich on the bottoms that a good farmer Is satisfied to take tin forty acres by htituesteading it if ten acres is river bottom and the re mainder hills and impossible of cult! vation. - Most of these men had sur vevora to locate the corners of their land and built their fences according 1. Recently Thomas Lyons went down on the river with Surveyor Iteed to locate the land belonging to his company, and has had Reed running lines all over the country. He has claimed that hardly one of the farm ers Is oo bis own land, and most of them are partly on land owned by the company. He has ordered all these men off the company land, threatened to make them pay him rent for the time they have used the land, pro hibited them turning water into the ditches that run across land claimed by the company, and tore out one dam in the river, used to throw water Into ditch and threatened dire conse quences if the dam should be re-built. The Lyons & Campbell cat tle company has always been a bard neighbor to cet along with. It has kept in its employe fighting men, and many kill country that the public considered unnecessary. A part of the stock and trade of the company seems to be bluffing and bulldozing. This has ften worked very well with small cattlemen, whose Interests were easily transferred, but it Is probable that the company hat run Up against different nronosltlon on the river. As a class farmers are bard to bulldoze ana men who have homesteaded pub 11c land and got a title from the gov tmmentwlll nroVe a bard class of neo to drive out of the country They have redeemed the land and Cultivated It. They are In possession Of the land, and some of them have been in possession of it the ten yeais reoulred to give them title, and they will not give this up without light in the courts, in this the Com eaav will have the advantage, for it hai moré money than the farmers, hut the farmers will also have an ad vantage, that of possession and of tjubllo sympathy. If la doubtful if Jury could t fodnd to Grant County who would take an Inch of land away CaranbeJI cattle company on lb UUmUT of Purveyor Reed. THE LEaiSLATUHE. Several different bills have been in troduced providing tora miner's hos pital, an institute for the blind, and a reform school When the newt of the death of Queen Victoria was received the legis lature adjourned out of respect to her memory, and Governor Otero cabled the regret of the legislature and told of its adjournment to Ambassador Chonte in London. The Hon. W. B. Walton was ap pointed on the following committees: Mines and public lands, Labor, Lands of Public instruction, mid Judiciary. 'Senator Fielder was appointed on the following committees: Judiciary, Internal Improvements Public Insti tutions, and Insurance. Nearly every member of both houe, excepting the Hon. William It. Wal ton, has introduced a bill to repeal the coal oil law. As soon as the police II nd Mr. Walton's lost trunk he will Introduce his till for this purpose. A bill has been Introduced abolish ing the office nf school superintendent and conferring the duties of tbat office on the probate Judge.' A bill hat been Introduced allowing usticesof the peace two dollars a day hile serving as road supervisors. A bill has been Introduced abolish- log the office of district attorney for Grant and Sierra counties, and at taching these counties to the Dona na and Otero district. One bill provides for changing the date of the election of Justice of tbe peace from January to the regular day f election, and prohibit ing any per du being elected to succeed himself Even the passage of this (aw would not insure the election of the Han. enjaman Titus as Justice of this precinct. A Joint resolution has passed the council and probablv will pass the bouse providing tbat the chief clerk hall send printed copies of all bills to 11 the newspapers in the territory If this is adopted these bills will be kept on Ole In the Libekal office for the benefit of the public. All the council employes were or dered to report for duty every ruorn ing at nine o'clock, and to be on duty full hour before the session opens, Tbe chief clerk was ordered to keep i pay roll, and every employe wbo was not on time was to be docked a day's pay. Tbe next morning after this was adopted every one of the gaog was on time. Senator Cruiksbank. who Is a physi clan, has Introduced a bill repealing all the health laws on the statue books nd providing in their place an up to date code of laws regarding public health. Senator Illukle has Introduced bill appropriating eS.POO in bonds to ulld new buildings for the military chool at Roswell. The last legislature passed a law providing that a man could sell hl real estate without the signature of is wife to the deed, Several bills ave been introduced to repeal this law. Mi df VJik. vt aft) v " Vets-! The little child is safe from ordinary dangers in the care of tlie faithful dog. But neither the dug s bdelity, nor the mother's love can guard a child frobt those invisible foes that lurk in air, water and food the germs of disease. Children need to be specially watclied nd cored for. When there is loss of armetiWt latitude and listlcssness in a cliilil, nrt U -nipt should be mule to re vive tn snrx-tite and rally the spirit, in Dr. Fk-tce's Golden Medical Discovery parents have found an invaluable medi cine lor chitaren. Its purely vegetable character and absolute freedom - from alcohol and narcotics Commend it to every thoughtful persoai. It it pleasant to the taste, unlike the foul mU and their emulsions oflered for children's nee. Golden Medical Discovery " makea Ímra VI -.-d and sound flesh, and abeo utely eliminates front the system the poir-ons which feed disease. M-s. V.V at W!rrvw, Middles Co., V.,.. : r fh'L.chlvr eunrred frota malarial poKn:'i.- jiv rmorrh. wriln: "My- llttl dautrlt't..' -l: r . me nvicniltd haafth. I em glftd I for.r: i wiiof oald eurs my child. Sh loóle :- ' -: of the 'Colden Mvdicml Ola. eov.y.' -. Ti .,MiC of ' Ptlltta,' and on notti of In. .-'--'.- OwUrrii Rsainly. lldlbcuwtU, Wc th-ut i- . f'.i y.tut medicines." Give .. t:tic ones Dr. Pierce's Pleas ant Pellet" -viten a laxative Is needed. They're uy to take and don't gripe. It Is A Fact THAT 1 Santa Fe- rndit DEMÍNG- or EL PASO TO ALL POINTS EAST Is The Very Best. Ask Agents at above point or those tamed below fur routes, ratee aad folders. SnlDlmriG AgííI, Made from thecelebratetl CLIFTON Ores. Free from Antimony and Arsenic. Ilion Kl.KCTItiCAt fcNKltr.Y. Glvc more satisfactory results in Reduction Works than aby Chemicals in tbe market. A lonit freight hnul eared to the conrumt-r in both territories. ' r. b. W. t. BLACK, U. P. A rent Torwkn. V HOtOfITO!, Oeneral Aaent. El reeo. D. ÍI. KEDZIE, NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER. Oil tod State (curt Commlinioner author ize! to transact Land OBoe buaineee. Lorditburg Gnvernor Otero's sit months old baby died Monday, and out of respect to the governor both housesanjourned nd attended tbe funeral in a body. Senator Hughes introduced a bill prohibiting aov child under sixteen ears of age working in a mine unless he he can tbow a certifícate that be had attended cchool not less than four months during the preceding year. Hills were introduced In tlie house prohibiting bogs running at large, and rohibiting the sale of adulterated and unhealthy baking powders. Tuesday tbe Hon. Williao II. Wal ton secured the speaker's eye, and be fore the speaker could wink he had introduced six bills, one to make vagrants work on the streets, one re lating to cattle running at large, one prohibiting animals running at large In Incorporated cities, one relating to forclable entry and detainer, one pro viding for punishment for defacing tomos and monuments, one regulating tbe election of school trustees and the employment of teachers. There was a tad accident Sunday afternoon. One of M. A. Leahy's children had been taking a bath in a tub, and had left tbe tub with tome water in it. Little Clair, Mr. Leahy's thirteen months old son. was creeping around and climbed up by the side of the tub, and like most Children want ed to get Into the water He fell in face first. There was not more than a couple nf inches of water in the tub, but as he fell face down in It, and did not have room enough to squirm out, he was drowned before be wat dis covered. Mrs. Leahy died a fe weeks after the boy was born. He was taken by his aunt, Mrs. W. J Tlerney, to Colorado, where he has been for tbe past year. Some months ago he contracted smallpox, from which he recovered. At toon at he was well enough to travel, and all danger of contagion wat past Mrs. Tlerney brought hlw down here, ar riving- Friday, and be was drowned Sunday. The little one had had bard time of it In this world. Sheriff Uondeli was In tbe city , Fri day, having Come over for the purpose of attachitig the property of tbe Shakeipeare mining company, to se cure the payment of a Judgment. wbicb the Roheit & Leahy mercan tile company expects to gvtugaint the company In a suit it has commenced against It. La rlpo Qulrklx Carrd. "In the winter or 1898 and 1890 I was taken down with a severe attack of what Is called La Grippe" says F. L. Ilewett. a prominent druggists rr Wlnfleld, HI. "The only medicine 1 used was two Imttles of Chamberlain's cough remedy. It. broke up the cold and stopped the coughing like ntngic, and I have never since been troubled with Grippe. " Chamberlain's cough remedy can always be depended upon to break up a severe cold and ward of any threatened attack of pneumonia. It is pleasant to tr.ke, ton, which makes It the most desirable and one of tbe most popular preparations in use for these ailments. For sale by the Eagle drug mercantile company. Etrtjrsá. A mouse colored Texas bred Jack, fourteen bands high, year and a half old. branded with a triangle above a quarter circle on left thigh has strayed from the undersigned. I will pay ten dollars to any one who wil. locate him. tnd will come after him. Notify M. Z. Taylor, Stein's Pats. New Mexico. The Eagle drug mercantile company guarantees every lot tie of Chamber lain's cough remedy and will refund the money to anyone who Is not satis fied after using two-thirds of the con tents. This Is t he bet remedy in the world for la grippe, coughs, colds, croup and whoopinir conuh and Is pleasant and safe totake. Itprevents sny tendency of , a cold to result In pm umonla. ten. Banta V Kotite. Dailv sleeping cars from Deming to Denver. Kansas City and Chicago. Leaves Deming 8:20 P. M. Arrives Deming 7:00 A. M. Agent. Santa e Route, Denting, will make reserva tions. A. Li li.tpti.tit Ami Office. Tauae ees. . W. aeckfcert. I BUtt tOM WORK A IPIClAlTY r. a. an te. oiiir m Lakcntwrr i tar. Ill niKim t IMUilOi Ma EL PASO, TCXA. The Bank of Deming Transacts a General nesH. Banking Busi Foreign Exchange and Mexican Money Bought and Sold, Money to Loan on Good Security at Currents Rates of Interest. FOR SALE An eighteen light acetvlinc gas machine, hut utile usea nd nract.icaliv as good as new. Has been replaced hv electric Hunts. Ap ply to Mrs. O. S. Warren, Silver City, New Mexlr -pOKKEITVKK NOTICE You lire horolir notlflod thnt t hnTe ex pond o.i nn hiiiiilf-cil ilnllum In liihnr su.t Imurore- viririnla mlnlnar district, ninni county, new Mexico an shown by proof nf lubor iworded In (look SS of mining; devda. pairo in the nflioo of the recorder of said county. In order to hold ar id premise undss The Rev. T L. Adams and family left this week for Los Aogelet to atay tbó remainder of tb winter. the proTlnlnns of section SCM mrlsrd sututer of the United Ptates., bolus; the amount rs nuired to hold the same for the year eudlnir Decefflherai. 1W, rnd If within ninety days from the puhliciUinn of this notice you fell or refuse to contribute your proportion of such eoendlture oo-owner. toaetner with the nn.i. n, inn nil niinai if ill. Tiuir inivmi in claim will become the property of the sub scriber under said section Sr!4. joh itaasisTairr. First Publication Deo. 7. 18UU. u. B. DBPCTT MIKEHAL BL'KVKTOR. CHARLES K. CHKSTBR, C. 1. Silver Citv, N. M. Underground mine surveys and engineer- ins- work of any kind promptly attended to. Hydraulle work a specialty. Tille Abstract Co. Mrs. Ó. S. "Warren sec SILVER CITY - NEW MEX OnlT sot of ABSTRACT BOOKS In the County. Correct Altrasts at lowost prices. Abstracts far Mini a Patents a ."feetalty Notice ot Pabltestloa of Sasaasoas. In tho District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of New Mexico, In and for tho ooantr of itrant. Tho Roberts Loahy 'Mercantile 1 Loujpauy, a corporation. I'laiBiin. vs. No tstl. Shakespeare Minina Company, uoi-po ration. Defendant To Shakespeare Mlalng- Company, corpor ation, tbe above named defendant. In the name of the Territory of New MS x' co. You are hereby notified tbat a el vit aotlon by attachment has boon commenced against you In the above entitled court by the above named plaintiff, The Huberts at Leahy Mercan tile company, a corporation, to recover the sum of tOOS.ST with lcfrul Interests thereon from the toth day of January, WOO, alleged to be due and owing from you to plaint Iff upon an account for money lent to and advanced for you and in your behalf, by plaintiff, at your pcotal Instance aad request; and for the Urther sum of W4M with legal Interest thereon from tho 23d day of December, 1SW alleged to bo duo and owlug from you to Dlalntilf upon an account for goods, wares andimcrchnndUc, sold and delivered toyoU hy plalntifT at your special lnitunco and request. and for plaintiff's costs and dlsbursments of this action; that A. 8. Ooodell, sheriff of said County and Territory, under and by virtue of a writ pt attachment issued heroin hus on the ZUh'dsy of January, ltoi, duly attached all your right, title and Interest in and to tbe following described mining claims, to-wit: "Blghty-tlvo," '-Klghty-sii," "Emerald 'Carlos." Nevada," and "Buck." ail thereof being lit tbe Virginia Mining District in the County of Grant and Territory of New Mexico. , Tou ara hereby required to appear aad answer tbe complaint Blod in the above en titled civil action, on or before the Id day of April, ltot and yo will take notice that If you fall to SPPear and answer or plead within said timo J4s-oinent will bo rendered In said causa agaraat you as prayed for in the com plaint, to-wlt: Pot the sua, of UU03.IT with Interest there on from the 10th. day of Jariuary', 1900. and for the further sum of CSA.M with legal In terest thereon from the 23d day of December. last, and for platntlf'k costs and disburse ments of this sstlon, and tbat plaintiff will ap ply for an order to sell the attached property above described, and tbat tbe proceeds there of be applied In payment and satisfaction of said Judgement; That the name and post- office addrost of plaintiff's attorneys hei'.ii. aro Alvan N. Whit and K. M. Turner, Silver Ity, New Mexloo. The date of the Bret publication hereof it February 1st lsul. and the last publication March 1st MOL Dated at Silver City T. M ; the 28th day of January, Mi, James F. Mitchell. Ciert. stAt By J. A. Shipley. Deputy, BiUGstoiin Copperas Prices in competition Eastern Markets. rith the Arizona Üoppt r Co. CLIFTON, ARIZONA. JKPOkT OS Tint CONDITION OV First national Bail oriLrAso, tex is. At the close ef business oa DECEMBER 13, 1900. Uaeouroee. Loans and discounts MSf.SM.ki Overdrafts, secured and uuseeured t'.H k V. a. llonds to secure cir culation tflO.OlO V. Stocks, securities. . Judg ments, claims, otc.i.... C6. :.!; Uanklng aoune, furultUre and fixtures 31.000 O Other real estate and mortgages owned ?,3:'ü.tA Due from other National nanks u.sae.os Due from Htate (tanks and Hankers 74,213 IS Due from approved re serve aa-enta 228.'JU4.T.! Internal revenue stamps.. fcuu.ou Checks and other ensb Items , r.on.iu mils of other Hunks 1U.V.0IO Fractional paper curren cy, nickels and cents.... 117. tí Lawful money reserve m bank, viz: Specie ST.IfncO Legal tender notes.. Redemption fund with Ü. D. Treasurer lb per eent of circulation)..... 1. 1,.. Total. s,tou.ou-r' i, h.HC 11 ii.jc-i.a.i c: LlahlUtloa. Capital stoox paid In f lw.im 0 Surplus fund AO.is.O o Undivided profits lca ex penses and taxes paid. l.i.''t. National Bank notes out standing 1CM.9C0 II Due other National Banktt Due State Banks aud Bankers 3.(1 1 Individual deposits sub ject to check e:a.5 13 Time certificate of deposit 1X S Certified ehecka t.lütüA Demand certlfecates of de posit I4.4Ü8 rs Cashier's checks U,VKS.Kl,ri4.en K Total. MXi.fciM COtNTV Oí P.I, FAf-O. CJTATH OF TKXA, OSf: I C R. Stewart, esshler of tho nt.ov earned bank, do solemnly swenr tl-nt tb sbovo statement is true (u thr l.rt !' ni knowledge aud belief. U, S. Plrwnri. Crli-liii-r. Subscribed and sworn to beforo u. thu Slith day of December 1H0O. Notary Public, El Pato Co.. Texas CoaaxcT uest; Joshua S. nr-.i.iii. M. W. FLOUit"tt)V. J. F. Wii.i.Tua DireL-lors. Dyspepsia Curs. Digests what you eat. It artificially d'RMtetbc food and oldc Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans. It is thelatest discovered d!pc6t ant and tonic. No other prep&ratlor can approach It In etHciency. It in stantly relieves and permuneutly cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Btomach, Nauscs. SickHeadache.Gastralgia.Crampa.r.nr5 11 other result of Imperfect d i (jest ion trepara4 by sV C. DakJitt Co COO KobtfU Leahy Mercanll cCi. Surlcrtkjrfsnd adrarritt K Tila f estem Liberal hil.thjicl (U iZLisfck, iTs Sv R it ft Slilllhs ig rlnt. tioii V. oi ks Sur llllili '.! 0 tf Nekrest fnprr i kl tailt of fifty miles. gli ttiy. 1 rTl'iíí tt Nhrtn of us In s VaM: art. H U pie RtKrk. VOh'TilfcABTiirsboiaHlil. oot'Ttt oí osirbhaxt.-éri nd ft'rSi4 JOVTÍI WEST It tayloraviilfc. S' ST are etéln: past. tiHil thk Volcí'ji fh trlul. OKTHwr.ST cauip; L0RD8B ur af iitirnil's ri- il.í.k'tl ..li.liig iirli:t nd 111 th lit'brtl vi Is the Trpot Ksarxc!b.éi ifr-MtSd front THE GILR R!Vfl IIrs. 0. S. teeD Pire, Life, Accident, e.nd Pláto Glaes In íurance SILVER Cltf . .ÍJUlr' ViiH Kotiot tv'e hereby notify all whom It may concern, tbat we will not be respon sible for any debts, hills, or accounts Contracted by any employee or snh Cnhttftctor engaged In the Construc tion of the Morenci Southern railway, unless non our written t rder.- ÁÍ1 persons are álso Warned not to handle or cash time statements (ssbed by sub contractors on this work,- as they re tmahle only to the person! who actually performed the work. &TtxTClt A LWs. TOM TONG- fe CO. I HE NHW BRICK RESTAURANT. Table sapplitd with Ike best ia the market. Everytkiagatat aadelsaa. On tLe fjorltMotile Mexican Hi (ft U Tnuill KHIOsfTt OF PTTMI1M. ryrasald Lodge, No. ta. Mooting ntgata. First and Third Tuesdays or each month, laitlng brothers cordially welcomed. tx. Duciins C, c. O.K. 8mtt, K. of K . rarrya Beaaa are aaowa lb oauniry over e v Ut aaeel reltasdoMMde tbat o be eevahl. boat seve f nlckol oa ohsap ssidi and loas a g . t. M. ratav a oo.. yfHItna eswWWe THE L EES ivre a l( till, vast terrlWy ill ii ch ikturfít ef. UÍSKftá. Atíd in fast ail who live la ttleetlo of Its welfare la view. T OViat 4 'eerfptlc Oue veat . ........i....... . ... ffti áii mouths ;;...'............,... I I'Oied utJUíü.... AJViftXslug liases itl-icet to (Vt-. ji rat raut. fubltsetod fVf Friday art LORDSEDSS \n\n Ings have occured In the Pine Ciénega frota fdrmer and give it to the Lyon fcew Molleo tWI Head A anual tra.