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LORDSDUKO. MAItCII 1, luoi. Tue biso bull players beat tbe mar tic flayers Into the UelJ tul spiing. Dr. C. 1!. Hall, Ibe well knuwo Dewing dentist Is bore ibis week and Is KloppiRtf at the Myrtle bouse, where be will be glad to see aoy person who has Deed of his services, O. W. Jcnblogs went duwn lo Deui iog Saturday tu call on big wile, whuui he found alujusti entirely recovered from the effect of tbe shock paused by the Uro iu lb I, towu. Mrs. Jeuulugs ripccti to be able to reiuru bouie this week or oeiu Frank Hudson, a well known Cilf Ionian, wbo occasionally dabbles In stocks of copper coaipaules, was down from Clifton Ibe firm of tbe week to ece If he could pickup some Sbaonou stock at about nine dollars a abare. He did not find aoy at that price. S. K. Quintero, wbo woiked for fitreelor "fc Lusk for some lime, left (Saturday for the I'eabody mine in Arizuna, owned bv tbe Federal copper company, which in this country is Messrs. J a y Cock a & Ricketis. Mr. Quintero will be the accountant for the company. Among tbe men killed la tbe recent Ab Peak explosluu, was Mr. Joseph Alamo, who was to have been married within two weeks time to Mlssdrrie Cbaudler, a very estim able young lady of that place. Mr. Alamo was a young man of excellent character, fine looking", and une of Natuie's nublemcu; and the fact that he was to have been married so soon makes It doubly pathetic, as tbe young lady was yet neither wife nor widow, but her grief is Inconsolable as theirs was a case of great devotion. Monday a couple of special trains passed through from the west, one carrying the scenery and baggage of Sirah Dcrnhardt's company and the other carrying Sarah and tue company, 'i'&ey wtre vn route from San Francis co to New Orleans. While the tralo stopped here the Divine Sarah learned that there was no company at the opera house Monday night and she rained a great row with her manager, for telling her a (lb about the house. She said she had long wanted to ap licar befoie u Lordsburg audience, and had insisted that tbe com pan y stop here for one oigbt, but the manager said he had telegraphed and found that the opera house was engaged for the night they would get here, and that If they stopped thev would hare to play in the school house, and ibere "ade It warm for tbe manager all the ay to New Orleans for this. In the last Enterprise Thomas Lyons, who is really tne Lyons & Campbell cattle company, has a card In which he say that the article pult lUhed in the iuehal regarding the trouble his company was seeking with inc residents on the middle Gila. In tbe Kedrock precinct, was entirely untrue. Tbe Libkkal gained Its in formation regarding this trouble from residents of that section, men with whom it has bad a long acquaintance, and whom it has always found reli able. AYben It conies to a question of veracity between these farmers and Thomas Lyons the Liberal believes the farmers. Mr. Lvons says it is a private matter between the company and tbe farmers, that he has nothing against them, and does not Intend to Interfere with their rights. The LideualIs very glad to read I his statement, and sincerely hopes Mr Lyons means what he savs. But when with this statement Is taken Into con sideration the facts that Mr. Lyons would not let tbe farmers accompany tbe surveyor he bad down there at. work, and refused to let one well known cltiien follow the surveyor when he was on what he bad always considered his own land; and the further fact that Mr. Lyons' right band man rides through that quiet farming community, carrylag a shot gun and a rifle on either side of his addle, and a six shooter on each hip and an armed ranger on each side, tbe statement may be take with a grain of salt. Mr. Lyon's reputation as a de fender of tbe laws, as a peaceable and quiet man, and as a good cltlten Is so well established in this county that comment on it is unnecessary. Re garding the claim he makes that some of the farmers are on his land to ft greater or less extent there may be an open question, a question for the court to decide. It Is a notorious fact that the original surveys, when tbe land was sectlouized on tbe river, and in many other part of aouthero New Mexico, were faulty but because Mr. Lyons went m there with a sur teyor, whose commission as a deputy mineral surveyor had been taUen away from blm for faulty work, and this urveycr says tho lands of certain incnlapoo Mr. Lyons' land from a few feet to tuinfyards, It Is not abso lutely convincing to tbe people at Urgt that these men are not on their wo land. Bettrvdence than the dictum of this surveyor and the word c Thomaa Lyons will r required to f atisfy tbe puVllo lo this cas?. THE LEGISLATURE. In the council .Memorial was pre sented 8-klng congress to itllow the University u . iue of the lands donated t' It,. The capítol custodian asked that steps be taken to secure title to tbe land on which stands tbe capítol, A bill was Introduced pro hibiting gambling on the flrt floor of buildings In Incorporated towns and cities. The bill prohlhlilng the em ployment of toachers sullerlog from i ubrreculotds whs passed. Ttie houc had a great time with the bill that passed the council for ihe protection of the public health. The bill provided among other things for a quarantine during i-mall pox epidemics. Representative gauchea, of Mora, thinks that consumption is as necessary tn guard agaln-t as small pox, and m ide vigorous eff'uts to have ass'ricta quarantino against people suffering from consumption as those suffering from smallpox. After a long tight the bill was parsed as it came from the council and the consumptive is still allowed to run at large in New Mexico. The bouse then took up and pased tbe following bills: To estab lish in asylum for the blind at Cbam ita, to establish a reform school at Bt-len, and lo esta'.llsli a normal school at Aztec. An effort was made to bring up the bill establishing a miners' hospital at Gallup, tut as there were seveial 01 her bills provid ing for establishing a miners' ho-p tal at other points It was tlv ugbt he-t to con-idcr them all at one time. A bill was passed prohibiting municipal cor porations from Issuing bonds or guar anteelng bonds of any corporation without the consent of the legal voters of the city, as expressed by a vote. Tbe bill allowing women to vote at school elections was taken up and dis cussed and the members bad much sport with it, but Anally killed it. The council is much ahead of tbe house in Its work. On Thursday it bad its work so thoroughly cleaned up that It adjourned uutil Monday. The house kept right oc at woik The bill to regula'p the practico of medicine, which has passed - both hou-es. it is i-aid will bring the doc tors to time. It provides for a board of doctors of seven, a majority to be of the regular school, but the homeo pathic and electric school shall be represented on the board. This board shall have the power to decide what medical schools lsue d'plr-iuss that are considered good in this territory, and to examine all applicants who want to irac:ice medicine. If any person pracilcs medicine who has not a license from the hoard, or diagnose a case, or advise the taking of any medicine, he shall be subject lo a One of one hundred dollars. Any Itiner ant vender'of any drug or medicine shall pay a license of ttOO dollars a month, and if he sells medicines with out paving thl license he may be lined nr sent to ' he penitentiary. It looks as the doctors' trust w dl be a mighty close one In New Mexico. Monday J. A. Mahoney reached Santa Fe from Deming carrying numerous oetitlons signed by the rest dents of that portion of the world that is proposed to be Luna county, asking i.' the passage of the Luna county iill. Tha petitions were referred to the coin ml i tee that has the bill lo charge. The same day a petition dalntly tied with white and pink ribbon was handed President Chaves. It was present ed i o the council, and on being read proved to be a petition from some ladies. Ii contrasts the prosperous, happy and peaceful (?) condition of Kansas with that of New Mexico, and urges the iegisliture to abolish tbe sale or liquor and all gambling to the territory. The petition was referred to a committee of one, consisting of Senator Ilinkle, with tbe power to act. . Col. M. W. Wumbaugh and F. Mere dith Jones came into town Wed oes. day, having drove acsoss the country from Douglass, with their eyes opeo to see it there were any good routes for a railroad In that section of the country. Mr. Junes has charge of tbe survryiog party that made the preliminary sur vey from Douglass to El Paso, and bis parly is camped near Baker's ranch, southeast, of here. lie will run a line Into Lordsburg from some point oo tbe line that was run from Douglass to Separ. After ihis Hue Is ruo and tbe reports made the matter of the selec tloo of the northern termiuua of the Nacosarl road will be takeo up in tbe New York office or Phelps Dodge & Co., and the decl-ion made as to where it will be. Col. Wambaugb said that It was not Improbable that bis office would be moved back from Bisbee to Lordsburg lo the near future. Sanford Robiosoo was dowo from Steeplerock this week, and made an other trip out to Gold XI ill. with which camp he seems tobegreatly Interested. He was accompanied by Mr. Howard Windham, of London and Denver, a well known mining expert, who also seemed to be interested with what be saw at tbe Hill. He weft's Musette were here the tira of the week, and gave a couple of eiij iv;ble eitert.ainmenta at the Vtti.'bU OX Pythian hall. rrr mn Lip R23 01 Por ' Riddance is found in th fact that Dr. rierce'a Favorite Prescrip tion cures fcmnle weakness and the dis eases of the delicate wotmnly organs which darken the live of to many wom en with suffering end sorrow. Tliat ray of light has penetrated many darkened, chambers where women moaned in mis ery, and has guided them out to health ana happiness. " l avorite 'resenpuon " is not a tonic, not a palliative, but a cos- 2,: r. i - j . ' t. iuvc cure iur me ui-. aes wnica srv peculiar to women. It gives Vigor and vi ml it y . It beniiiies nervousness, head ache, and all the aches which come from a diseased condition of the womanly organs. A tempranee medicine, it con tains neither alcohol nor narcotics. M wat troubled for lhr sra!!1i nWraftai and frmale wtiknMi and my doctor gnv nil but little relief." writta Mrs. Lulu Hi'nter. of Alientos. St. Lonii. Co.. Mo. I san an adre ti.cmrnt In ttie nsncr of Dr. Plercr'a Favorite irencription I btsm tlie use of It about a vcr ag-o. I tonfe Br bottles of II, and one bottle of ' o!den Medical Discovery,' and ray health U better nove t'ian it waa for veara. I have also recommended tliew medicaea to aor.ie of my friend, who ftUflcred from female weaknea. sud good resulta have followed." MAKE5 WEAK UfoMFN mñfA -AND ! K WOMEN WELL. Judge J. M. Dean of El Paso, one of the large stockholders of tbe Superior mining company, was out troni El Paso, and uave the property a critical xamluatlon. The Judge is not near so much nf a mining expert utt he Is a legal expert. After his examination be passed tbe opinion that as a legal proposition the Superior was all right. Mr and Mrs. G. L. llugbee spent Sunday in El l'ao. A Good CoosH Medicine fur 'hlldren. "I have oo heiuncv In recommend ing Chamtierhiiti's c.otiirh reinerlv ' says V í Moran, a well known and ponuiar naker, or t'ctebtir('. va. "We have given it to our children when trout. led with bad coughs, also whoonini conuh. and it. ha nl-.vnvs given perfect satisfaction. It was recommended o me oy a nruggisi, as the best, cough medicine for children as It contained no opium or other harmful driiir." Sold bv the Eaule drug mercantile company. FOR SALE An eighteen light acctyline gas machine, hut. little used and praet ieally as good ns new. Has heen replaced hy electric lights. Ap ply to Mrs. O. S. Warren, Silver City, New Mexico. If troubled wllh rheumatism, give Chamberlain's pain balm a trial. It will not cost you a cent If it does no tfond. One application will relieve the pain. It also cures sprains, and bruises In one third the time required tiv anv fit her treatment. Uuts, burns, frost bites, quinsev, pains in the side and chest, glandular and other swell ings are quickly cured by applying it. fcvery bottle warranted. t'rlce, 2o and iiO cents. Eagle drug mercantile company. Jun. Bantu Fe Itoute. Daily sleeping cars from Deming to Denver, Kansas City and Chicago. Leaves Deming 8:20 P. M. Arrives Deming 7:00 A. M. Agent Santa Ke Route, Deming. will make reserva tions. F DltFr.lTt'KK NOT1CK. To tllrich Anderson, Admlnlatrstor of tho KHtsto or N. I.OIII Anderson, deceased, ms or ttielr heir, or HARiKnce. cliiimiiiii any in tcrent hi and to bo nne-ixtoentli Inlet-eat owned by rtid N IjOilis Andernon, deceased. In tho ( entro Quartz Mining- Claim, aitn Hted in the Steeplerock Mining District, in the County of Oram, Torrlwry of Now Mexioo, You are hereby notified that with the other co-owners I have expended 0 paying and dolus- your share) the full sum of Ouo Hundred lKll dollars in labor ami Improvement, for eueh of tho yenrs 1KKI, 1SB1, lrtB. IrtM, ism. iwii, i"W7, iiwn. lew, snu on me Centro" Oiinrtxmlulnir claltn situated In the above speoilled mlnlnir district thut said huiu of money wua exponded on snid olnim, tn ench of said years, in compliance with section er:4. Revised StatiiU-a of the tolled States Miniiiv uiws for tho purposo or noldluir aid Claims. Now. If within iinoty (WD days from snd utter the duto of this publication you, ss a co-owner, or co-owiiors 01 said clnlin, fttil to pay your full share of said an- n-'iil expenditure on sum ciniui lor eucn ana all of said above sneclhed years, frik-ethcr with the costs of this publication snd con nected therewith, snid ono-slxteontb Interest owned by said estate, will become tho proper ty of the undursls-ncd, under said Section 2&4, Nate ocarritt. Klrst punllostion Kcbniory lo Laat publication Msy 17. 8. DBl'L'Tir MINERAL SUHVKYOtt. CHAft'.Ea E. CHESTER. C. E. SilveuCitv, N. M. Underground in I no surreys snd engineer ing work of any kind promptly attended tn. Hydraulic work s specialty. Tills Abstract Co. Mrs. O.S. "Warren Bee. SILVEUCITY . NEW MEX. Only set of ABSTRACT BOOKS In tbe County. Correct Abstract st lowest prices. Abstrmets for Mining- Patenta a, Specialty. Mrs. 0. S. teen, Fire, Life, Accident, p.nd Plate Glass In- It Is A Fact THAT -Tlie Santa Fe- FROM DEMING or EL PASO TO ALL POINTS EAST Is The Very Best. Ask Asrnta st above points or those named below for routes, rates snd folders. F. B. IIOIOHTOX. .VT. J. rtLACK. General Agent. O.P, A tent Topcks. El Psso. d: h. kkdzte, NOTARY rCDLIC AND CONVEYANCER. United State t.'ourt Commissioner author ized to transact Land ones business. Lordsburg New Mexico Independent Assay Oftlci, TiiM as. D. W. Rechhart, E. M., tnftbw Awn a p. SMipiii. toM lii. 4 StmS Trm. BULLION WORK A SPECIALTY P. O. Su M. osles an '.aborstory'i tar. UK FRUtlSOO 4 CUIUUD1 lav EL PASO, TEXAS. lie Bank of Deming DEciisra- Int. ivH. Transacts a General Iinnking Business. Foreign Exchange and Mexican Money IlougUt and Sold, Money to Loan on Good Security at Currents Rates of Interest. Notice uf Publica! Ion of Summons, n the District Court of the Third Judicial District of tho Territory of New Mexico, in sad for tbe county of Urani. The Roberts & Leahy Mercantile Company, a corporation. . fiatntm. : -vs.- i No. 3648. Shiikeatienre Mining Company, 9. corpora tioil. iicienaani To Shakespeare Mining Company, a corpor ation, the above named defendant. In the name of the Territory of New Mcx1 co. You are hereby notified that s civil action by attachment has been commenced against you In tho above entitled court by tho above named plaintiff. The Roberts it Leahy Mercan tile oompsny. a corporation, to recover the sum of tJS. 87 with legal Interests thereon from the 20th day of January, 11100, alleged to be due and owingfrom you to plaintiff upon an account for money lent to and advanced for you and tn your behalf, by plaintiff, at your ipeclal instance and request; and for tbe rtirther sum of K6S.06 with legal Interest thoroon from the 23d tiny of December, 1K00, allrged to be due and owing from you to plaintiff upon an account for goods, wares and merchandise, sold and delivered toyou by plaintiff at your special instance and request, and for plaintiff's costs and dlsbursments of thlssctlon; thut A 8. Goodell. sheriff or said County and Territory, under and by virtue of a writ of attachment Issued herein has on tho 24th day of Tanuary, ltfil, duly attached all your right, title and Interest tn and to tbe following described mining claims, to-wlt: Klghty-flve." '-Eighty si," Emerald." "Carlos." "Novada." and "Buck," all thereof being In tho Virginia Mining District In the County of Grant and Territory of Now Mexico. Tou are hereby required tn appear and answer the complaint tiled In the above en titled civil action, on or bofore the Sd day of April, 1HU1, and you will take notice that If you fail to appear and answer or plead within said time Judgement will ho rendered in said cause against you as prayed for Id the com plaint, to-wit: For the sum of tM03.7 with In toros t there on from the aotb. day of January, 11X10, and for the further sum of tana.OS with legal In terest thereon from tho 3d day of Dcoembor, 1H98, and for plaintiff's costs snd disburse ments of this action, and that plaintiff will ap ply for an order to sell the attached property above- desoiibed, and that tho proceeds there of bo applied In payment and satisfaction of aid Judgement; That tho nsmo and post- office address of plaintiff's attorneys herein are A Ivan N. White and K. M. Turnor, Silver City, New Mexico. The date of the first publication hereof Is February 1st 1901. and tho last publication March 1st 1901. Dated at Silver City. N, M., the 28th day of Januitry, 1901, James P. Mitchell. Cierk. bealI By J. A. Shipley, lK-puty. F OKI-ElTtJtK NOTICK surance SILVER CITlf ÍTT5W MEX To Geo. Mclntwh Tou hi hm-tthr notified that I bavoxiom. one hundred dollars In litbor ami tunrovo men ton the Fort SavutíO lorio aitiiHind in the Vlrnnia mining diHtrict, Grant county, New M ex loo akowti by proof of labor rucortltxl In Book 8H of mining- dedft. ptiKU "4 In it. nftloa of thu ivoordnr it rhA county. In ordor to hoM aid premium undr the priiVlsloriB of Hfotlon reviaod rntutfr of the United Btatea,. being1 the amour. t ro- ?ulred to hold tho eatne for tho ytr rr tinic Xn.t luberHt, lvi. Dd If within nin't. dnys fmm the publication of this notirc you fni) or rt ni to oontrihttte vour DtooorMon of iruch i expenditure aa oo-frwner, loRtithor with tho oom of this puhllOH Ion, your lutoreM In unid Alalm will heoOtrM tila prV)-rty oí tbo ul I nun Huuff TBPT. Bmestone Coppe ras, SulDliuriG Acia Made from thccrlcliriittMlC UUTOM Ores. Free from Antimotiv at.d Arseulc. mon ri.rf rnii'.u. imm.v, Gives more sntiürurtrrv rrtilts li Reduction Woiks J.an atiy flii iuicuN In tbe market. A long freipbt linul arel lo the et-iisiinii' In both tcrriuu ita. rriccs in ro!:ii;:i(.n Witti tl.t Eastern Markets. Arizona Oóppi r Co. CLIFTON, AKISOSA. KI'OItT OF 1111. C'O.XOI'I l( OF It M National Bank Or I.I. I'AStl, TtJAH, At the close of husinos on m:cEMi;i:i: j:s, irtoo. Loan and dlpfumTa rw.KU t.l OvcnlnUt;. et-rtm-d and uiidcuurt'il f,;i4.v U. H. lUtnds to tixi;rc cir culation Itr.iw o o nirms, jiaiotr. Pit; tó,l:.V. IlankliiK hou-f, lunttimo and Uxtuic-K :li.ili()ih Other tful iKitstr nt:d inortKiiifc1! own d . . .. l-.il.'n.t-t' uno irmu oilier .niu ii;il ItanVts Duo from State I'-ii'l. and Ha it kern Duo í roi ii ui'provM. n Morve Hfrrnis lilt mal H'Vi-iMK Ht::n-!r.. Chrekii ur.d othv vnA triiciton:)! pp'-r fit. tin cy, nickels mt l i.ftii . . . . Lawful mom y rvM'iV' lii hank. vu: , ptci IX VIM tl'IMliT hotcx Itcdcinpthin fni.d v oh I. H. 1 r';is!ir'r 1.1 prr O'ltt ;i.-'.'M: of viicuiiitloii). Total P.0CO IK ,6.". IT f.lalMllrira. Capital dtocK paid lit...... f pvi.rieti fn Surplus luitd it..0rt (r cnaiviieti pr'iir i'r .x- peiiM'rituiil taki s i'id. K.CH 7: Nationnl IMuk noun out- Httinilinir PMI0(' ' Dueotl.r N:i:oni! iu.nKi ;- pr.Jl P.'-l Due sítate Üunkn ni.d Hunker J Individutil d-.po.Mi, nih- jeet to i lifck r.r: ;.? in Time CíTlitlfut of d i'.'it '... 'I'- ert metí t M'i'K ; :., Uenmnd cTtiiicut o (.- do? it n Caabtor'a cbrvKn rt.irj.CI ' ..ÍS Total . STATK OF Tlí X A. roi NTY IT IT. PAPO SS: 1. I. S. StiI. :i.liit r vt lh nhovi named Imnk, lo -.oI.mmiiiv Mtf.tr thai tUi rthnve rilHtt-riieni iij- ;o 1 1 I -t of in knowledge it tul l.i l.i í. I. r. 8t wurt. ra hit i. PtihwrMipd ni'd ruf-rn tn l. fcrf inc ihlf 3tith day of UoucuiImt :w. Dyspepsia Cure. Digests what you cat. Itartlficiur.jdiiiC st? tiio fcotland aids Natura in st re:ivftrn'Uiii' nr.d. rt:coa- structine the c-xiiatistfl digestive or gans. It Is tr-. liitfsl lii-covcrpfiaigesi-antand tonic. "n th(;r prcpanition can approach i ó Jn eüitli'ncy. It in stantly relieve an J pcriuniiontly curor Oyspopsla, Iiulit .lion, Iieurtburn, Flatulence. S'.ur Sinnach, Kausca, SlckHeadach-?.,Gastrairia,Crar.ilis.anc til otlier re.::lt6t'I Inipt-i f jctdi?esttoa Preparad cy lí- C. OcWiu A Co., cr icaac. líobcrts i I.ciiiiy MciriiUi cCo. TOM TOKG cc CO. HIE NHW BRICK RESTAURANT. Talil" supplied wii.li tbo test ia UiC market. Evorj tl;ii v n"ii nr.il :lsiin. KNKi'.rrs ok rvTiii.ii. rrruiilt! t..i!i;i!. No. 3. Mwtliiu iilirlit, Mrit umU Tlilnl VnnUy. of oauh inoittlj. ''laitluii tirotlii r cnrtllally olooiiii,.l. y II. Ml Al-lklU'MM ('. c. O R. Fvtth. K. ni It i s i ri X I r you're ilaul'.us . v!io jou rls.it f: .- ' Ihtü. If you Y'.lj c!hp scw.is you v-au'l aM F rrj-'s. Iics'.i-ni vvry wi.i-rs M il irw-ra. Writs for !J'l Kxl A.-iousi'- oiaiied f.tw. k i Ml. FERITY A CO., S.iti.-ril'rvTnrM Jrorttf- n Te liesem HI t rr-'j'l: sf! t s nifrr M'i-trir rj.pj n.iilor ti it If'll Work SiiiT.iui.il us 0 riiNv.'isiiiirip si SI'.Vtt t'I't. I UrON fhf Nnrlli cf lis Mrs i"pM ere t N onTlirAPTIU sOol.! i'.lll f-l(ltTÍ ht Us ri- bi ltV-srs and JVr . OfTltWEPTls tioil&-.tli!b. 'tPT srcSti-In's lTr hi! Ibi Vnit aiio t'-tl trk'l. 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