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te 'nt.Connty i Jan 0, VOL. XIV, NO 26 LO&DSBUllG, NEW MEXICO MAY 10,1901. a .i-rlllin VaT.rt Sln.lt Cnplel ! Ctn WESTERN LIBERAL. GRANDMAS OF TODAY Lordabara New ealco. ' PUBLISHED FRIDAYS.. 117 UON: H. KBDZIB. 8oWption Prioes. taro Month ' mx M.th ; Ju0 One Tear aanaeriptlon Atway. ravabtel Advanee. OFFICIAL ÜIRECTOltY. TEDESAL. o hM Delegate to Conisreen vTZ?'.' .... oov"uo1 w.Crn.p..r...: A..oo.a Oh... Loland A.o M Ja.koW. . A.soeae tr.a W. Par'- Aboo ate jalnby Y.noe surv.yor-rten.lr.. Tí.. Marrtaon ButM 001 eolor W. B Okl'den D. Dlatrlet Attorney Foraker U. B. Marshal . A.Coe.ngto.'.'.' Deputy ü. B. Marañal J W rtom ig ü. B. Coal Mine lu.pector M. a! O-ro . anta Fe, . J Ofhof F. Bebart. Banta Fa Kee. J""" B.Sot1g La.Cruee. Ueg. Lnd B . D. Bowman La Cruce. .... Keo. Lamí Offiot Heward L-len. RcweU ttS- La" Oflloi Oso. ft Omrer Kowell Heo. Land Office ' Fox Foloom Kog. Land Offl0l Ta.oa LaaJOBn TES1IT0EIAL. C fc. B.trMatt Bolloltor-Qeuora R. E.BartoeríHniFe VM. Attorney tno.B Brjraa 1.a. Cruce jj T.A . Finical, Albuquerque T. B. Metttn SUver City m.Y.In, La Vega. jeaa FraakUn Kotwell .An.ilr,l)r d " J. Loahjr. Ra'on 8.F JgíAt&ewai oinoela ' . JoBecura Librarlai o, Wylly Clerk Supreme Court M B ghmaan ' Feaitentlury W m. WhiUHt Adjutant Genera Mmiwl BW Traa.il reí MareoUho Garqla Auditoi U C fle Baia ' Supt. Fubllo Instruotloi. Jao B Clark Coal Oil Inauebtoi J.B.rragho. ..Public Prime. OOr-aT OF FEIVATE LAUD CLAIMS. wnb K. Rd of Iowa. Chlof Justice. ASwmATB JusTiCES-Wilbur F. Btone, oí OoWrartThoiBat;. Fullor, of North Caroli o. Hilan M. Murray, f Teune.seo; Henrj O. lúa, of Kansa. , , , S.awaew . Heynolil, of Mlouri. O. 8. AMornev. 00UHTY. W to. Murray...-. County Cemnllonr '' W M TayloT...; County CcmmluBloner Benka Field: County CommUiitr Edward Baker Probate Judge a U.MAnlneh Prebate Clerk , . w. A.ieseor Joha.Ko .., Arthur I.Goo.ell Bhrl" Airan K Wnlte School Buperintendenl Adolph Wlel Treasure. Qurge R. Brown 8""" r-KEOIHOT. u -w M Grath Jutioe of the Peaee M-a'arul, Ttr feeheol Dlreolort H. L. Gaininou, F. F. r- Lawl JohnjKobMn. ttataern PoifleJWlroad. Lordibo rg Time 1 able. W.BT.KDKD. astovo p. M .U:M . 1:38 l,V;.'ruo"oo'PaoÍko'Tiu.e ' T. H. GOOBHA". on. P. and Tkt. Agi- . Grv. Manager. , irw Meaieo RaUway. W.M. P.M .7: í lartborg two Maeaat "0"D' A . A M inau l:lu immMI U:i e6 U. J. BOAS M Y AT LAVT. ATT" i ; -,.rP' rDT, Bul1' ALVAS H. WHITE, AtMTc7 : -..-ow. rotoT ( MBXJCO JOS BOONE. a COUNSILLO-rowtn-n ft. B-tart na of R'.At'" " . t.i.-U.DtUtt Own. fTHEY KEEP IN THE RACE WITH THE YOUNG PEOPLE TO THE END. The 014 Paakloaed Grandmother, the On Who Plaeldly Sal In he Chlm- 1 er Corner Darnla. Ilorklog., la a Thta. af Pa. I wag bemoaning the fnrt tbat I had never known uiv ernndmntlipra. One lillod before 1 tvn born and tbe other jwbeu 1 was a few mouths old. I tuougut it wouiu uf mo comroriing to bare grandmother because they al way. regarded their grandchildren a. jbelug Incapable of dolDjr wrong. At 'leant they were sure to multiply one, virtues and minimize faults. Tbelr chief object in life, as I picture them, was to wlulBtor to their descendants' comfort, to make the crooked places straight. The grandmother of my fan cy -would keep my clothe. In repair, darn tbe stockings, knit plenty of wa ab ra g. and silk mittens, surprise me wltb my favorite dishes, laogh at my Joke, and generally submerge ber life In tbe affair, of mine. What wna I going to do In return for all kbls unselflfih devo tion f I would be ber granddaughter. That, according to tbe old traditions, was quite enough compensation. I was holding forth, exploiting my ,vlews and desires on the grandmother question In the presence of one of those people who delight to take a person down and make him feel cheap, espe cially If tbey Imagine one Is posing a. younger than the family Bible records. Tbl. Individual spoke up and said: "Why. If your grandmother, were liv ing they would be so aged that tbey would be mummllled. Instead of darn ing your stockings, knitting your mit tens, they would be blind, deaf and Im becile. You would have to tend them with greater atavlshnes. than a mother newborn babe, and without tbe weet recompense In tbe bitter case. When people become Imbecile wltb age, tbey grow repulsive, and the pro longing of this state Is dreadful, while ocb day tbe Unfolding of a budding life Is filled with mysterious delights." Of course I did not want a grand mother tbat wn. deaf, blind and Imbe cile. 1 thought I would drop the sub ject, as It appeared to be getting per sonal. But my companion continued: "Besides, could It t possible in tbe or der of things for you to bave a vigor ous. Industrious, capable grandmother, she would not he sitting at the chimney corner darning your stockings. Ebe would be out attending to her lodge or club business, visiting tbe millinery opening, ordering a fashionable gown, playipg cards or attending a blgb tea. Tbe old fashioned grandmother Is as much a thing of tbe pnst us tbe spin ning tVl.ecl. tbe canalliont. stagecoach, making candle, and family rendered soap." I protested that I did not believe my grandmothers would be of the modern pattern. 1 bad beard my mother tell often of bow completely ber mother lost ber taste for society imd outside affairs after she bad graudcbildren. She bad raised a large family, but these reproductions were Just as much a delight as hod been tbe original. She Infinitely preferred their society to that of grown people. Their prattle, school experiences, little ambitions, filled ber life completely She wan constantly planning surprises for them by maklug Buliiml cakes.' Individual pies, candy, aprons, booda. doll clot bes, "Yea. but If she lived now she would be different Tbe air she would breathe Is tilled wltb asMertive germs which de clare that every woman owes it to ber elf to have a career and stand at tbe helm anil steer It to tbe ery end Kbe must not allow ber life to be submerg ed In tbat of ber own childreu. on tbey make tbelr appearance rather unwel come frequently, but must have outsldo mimloua. A. soon as ber offspring i. married off. wbtcb In accocupllsbed wltb as great dispatch as diplomacy CD secure, then she is free to carry oat pet tcheuieH and imtural desire, an trammeled " "I'erbap. you are rlgbt." I replied. Bucb a grandmother as tbl would t 00 comfort to me a. a grandmother, while she might be a most helpful friend, and I coiikl te proud or ber po sit loo la tbe literary, artlslir or philan thropic world aa ber taste, might d té tate ber pursuit. A grandmother of my acqua imane aid to me not long ago- "It would lie a great trial to me to have my grand children or any children In tbe bous wltb me now I roukl aot adapt my elf to tbelr demands and interrup tion. I bave raised my family and Dow want my time for individual par guita " Tbl. woman baa especial tal ents and necessities for nsing them, nd In ber rase I bene feeling, may not seem unnatural Hut tbl. I. niucb the entimenl tbat posHesae. tbe grand mothers of tbe age who bflre no special iiiIwhIou. or avocations ontstde the do mestic circle If tbey bav. mean a, tbey buy baudaom gift, for thelt grandchildren and wlsb tbem to bar. all tbe advautuge. possible tbat do Dot Awarded Highest Honors Worldv Fair. DSXr cmsAiv.1 9 F 7 W'LLLai MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre om Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant C Year ihr Standard. represent personal aeir sacrifice or cur tailment of frecdotr of action Women are untitled with tbe spirit ot tbe age. which demands that there hall lie no old ladies with cap and Shawls who stay at borne and guard the fireside, lull that they must keep In the fai-e wltb the young iicople to the very end Susan W Ball in Terr Bant, tiazette. Betrayed Bit Peet. Bherlock Holmes I have not looked around, but a very tall man Just rami In and sat down In the opera chair be bind me i i I on Marvel- It Is true! Pay, yon dc the most wonderfnl things. Now. tet hie haw von knew without looking ol the t ii 11 man's presence. Sherlock Holmes- His feet are stick log through under my chair. Obli Butte JournaL Old Soldier. Experience. M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran. of Winchester, Ind., rrltes: "My wife wag slek along Unit In .pite of good doctor' treatment, hut waa wholly cured by Dr. King' New Life Pill. which worked wonderi for her health." Thev alway do. Try tbem. Only 25c at all drugging aad flegleri Jn rued Foaght For III. Lire. 'My father and sisler both riled of ConfUmptbin," whtes J. T. Weaiher waX, of Wyandot i e. Mich., "and t was saved from tho same fright fnl fate only by Dr. King' Kew Discovery. An attack of pneumonia left an obsl battí con Kb, and very severe lung trouiiii, which ah excellent doctor could not help, bula few monibs use of this wniideiful medicine made me as well as ever and I gained much In weight. Inlalltiitilc tor cnugiis, colds and all throat and lung trouble. Trial bottles tree. Uuaranked lioiili s 50c and B1.00 at all druggists and dealers In medicine. The creiiii ui luiwt i .iw Mexico counties is good and they are refund ing 6 per cent bonds into smaller de nominations; this under the law passed by tbe two last Republican legislative assemblies. Thisiauispcakc volumes for tbe prosperity nl the territoiy aud Tor the abilitt and wlllingnesft of tbe counties to pay Interest on tbelr fund ed Indebteaneis. Thefe are, however, une or two counties which are not In his happy category, among then Is Sania Fe, bul negotlaiions are uowyo- iii tí on wbich il Is bi'ped will result In me Ni liiii ii. w ii ami ruo.i i itt ol Sunta Fe cumij's ciioimous debt. I bis coiisuniai ion culi not cmue ttoy loosootii New Mexican. Bhuddrra At 111. Past. "1 recall no whh horror," says Vlail Carrier Burnett. Mann, of Levan "a. O., "my three year suffering from kiuiiet trouble I was hardly ever ;ee I mm dull aches or acme paina in ny hack. To stoop or lift mail sacks mude me groan. I felt, t ired, worn nut. about ready to give up, when I iicgan to use Electric Bit ters, but six iiottles completely cuied me and made me feel like a new man." They'er un rivaled t'i regulate st-itnarh. liver, kid et and bowels Perfectly satisfc- ion guaranteed by all rlrugulsis and dealers in medicines. Only 50 cents Scarcity of raticn bands in Sill River vnlle is appareiii al present. Let one drie t'i the country In any direc lion and there will be seen women driving mowing iiuirliineSur hay rakes, hilpi'ig lii hill veil ihc alfalfa, sas ihe Phoenix Enlerprie. Diought the .a-t l wn years lias caused man v farm lands to leaie ihe valley. Now, with i bountiful supply iif water a big crew 's needed. The first crop of alfalfa Is nearly all cui and most of the land bas h en lrrlgat d since. This insures al 't-a.-t ihiee crops before Ihe Fourth of July. It U probable thai a fourth crop mat be cut in the fall. Sick iieadache absolutely akd permanently cured by usint: MnklTea. A pleasant herb drink. Cures con sti ailon and Indigestion, makes you eat, sleep work and happy. Satisfac tion guaranteed or money back. 2? is. &nd 50 els. Eagle ttru" mercan lie cjrupany. Miss Julia Lester, residing at No. 920 Prince street, had the presence of mind to grab a burning lamp and run into the yard wlib it, thereby perhaps -.iving her own life and Ihe properly fro in destruction. Her screams ai- r acted i be neighbors, who rushed to ner rescue. It seems she was sewing n a machine and In some wuv jostled tbe lamp from the table, igniting the oil arid thieatenlng dite mischief. Las Vegas Optic. YOUNG MOTHEKH Croup is ihe terror of thousands of young mothers because its outbreak Is so agonizing and frequently fatal. Shiloh's rough and consumption cure acts like magic in rases of croup. Il has never been known to fail. The worst rases relieved immediatelt Price 26 rts., 60 cts. and 11.00 For ale by McO rath Brothers A Maricopa county farmerariterlises tl per day, furnish the hand with a ifood bed; three til- b!- a day and a unch of custard ple atiri last hut nm least. HI bed time he will give the hand k nip frbtn 'he tanillv Jug. DYPPEPbIA CAN BE CUHED BY CRINO Acker's Dvspep-la Tablets. One lh tie Tal'jet will give iBittleíllá'e relief or money refunded, fill in handsome tin boxes at 20c Eagle drug mercan tile company. MANY A LOYBH Has turned gwav altf. flisgust from an otherwise lovable girl with an often give breath. Karl's clover root tea purlfietne oréalo by lt action ob the howels. etc., as nothlog else will Sold for yeata on absuluta guarantee. ,Prtc 25 cts., and 60 ota. For talo to 'fVfiratli Brother. Played Out. Dull headache, pains In various parts of ihe body, sinking at tbe pit of ihe stomach, loss ot appetite, fever- isiiness, pimples or sore are all posi tive evidences of Impure blood. No mailer how ii liecame so il must be pin i lied in order to obtain good health. Acker's lili .0(1 Elixir has never failed to cure scrofulous or Syphilitic poisons or any oilier blood diseases. Il is certainly a wonderful remedy, and we sell every bolile on u positive guaran tee. Eagle drug mercantile company. WHAT IHHM1LOMT A grand old remedy for cough, cold and consumption; used through the world fur balf a century, bas cured innumerable cases of iucipient con umption and relieved many in ad vanced stages. If you are not satis lied wiih ihe results we will refund your money. Price 25 els., 60 cts and tl 00. For sale by Mctiratb Bros The Roberts & Leahy (lí.TCOIX'O.í.TEID-O GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ' ciolesalo Deeilera in 2Is.y, a-roA and. Fotato. f.OROSBURG NEW MEXIC iPIDCT1 MATinU Al ÜÜIFDh1!1 r o ni u nu unrrn ur uu ISO EL PASO, TKXAB Capital, $100,000 Stirplvis, ft.50.CW J. 3. RATNOLDS. President. C. 8. 8TB WART, Cashier. M. W. FLOUHNOY. Vloe ProldeBl' J. F. WILLIAMS, Aaet. -Caabl coftRMPOBOUfTa: Chemical National Bank First National Bank.,.,...; Vnglo-Calilornian Bank. Limited .. ,. NY Chicago Sanfrancia The stoning of trains between Tul ti ca and Flor de M iria had become a dally occurrence, aud police were ac I'ordingly di-p.itched to thesMi! where It usually occurs. Tne ofllcets con cealed themselves, and as the train ap proached, three Indian appeared; one of them aimed wlir' á sling, with Ahlch he thre a big sioue, bieaking a car window. Much to his amaze mctit he found himself a prisoner, whereupon he stoutly asserted that his object was not to stone the train, but to drive some cattle from the track. It ared Ilia Leg. F. A. Danfofi, of LaOrange. Ca., suffered for six umtiihs with a fright ful running sore on his leg; hut writes thai Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly cured it In Uve days. For ulcers, wounds, piles, it's the best salve In the world Cure guaranteed. Only 25c. Sold by all druggists and dealers In medicines. E-tev City, a uew tnwn in the Oscu ra mountains near ic the E, & N. E. extension is Uourlshing. David M. I Eies, of Estey organ fame, Is t he pro-1 motor aud patron of ibo oew town; twenty-three families are expected, stum; artesian water is being prospect ed lor. Twenty seven car loads ol lumber were shipped over lat week. It will undoubtedly make a Urge col ony .Las Cruces Republican. EXFKRBENCB IB TBS BKBT TEACHER Dse AckerV English Kemedy lo any case of coughs, colds or croup Should it fail to give immediate relief money refunded. 25cis. and 60 cts Eatile drug mercantile company. The pony express between 'Frisco and St. L'Hiis will he repr. 8 -i ted in ihe postal neiiariiiiDi hi tie BuITilo exposition by the pi. el Bmui, Capt. Jack Cía ford aud his pony iimdelid lite site in wax. SltK HtiUACM. The cure tor overworked woman kind, are quickly and surely cured by Kail's clover mot lea. the greai blood purifier and tissue builder. Money reiui ded if noisailsfaciort. Pilce 26 ami 50 cis. For sale b MiiGrath hro Tbe cefisui bureau stales this week th it i tu- cerner ot population In the (Juiied St.it ! six mil s soim ea-t of Co bin I ns, Bartholi mew o uuty, In southern Indiana; . . TOU TKV IT. If Shiloh's cough and consumption tire, which U stld for the siriill sum Of 25 ci., 60 eta. and 1100, does nol Mire take the bottle back Qnd we will refund your money. Sold fof over fifty years on this guarantee. Price 25 CU. toa OU OKA. tut btU IV MUUiBk ClOtiKItV Tlie Fasiil Tailor. : Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothing Cleaning, Repairing and Pressing doné al short notice 8úíts td ordar" from $15 and iljl; Páñié from $5 and up; . Satisfaction Guaranteed Bar Suits are kect in rcoair free of chares. Next Door to Lordsburg Bakery BUTLERS BICYCLE EAGLE DRUG STORE; A. 0. SMITH. Cashier. C. F. SOLOMON, Asst-CasWer. The Gila Vallev Bank, Solomonville, Arizona llTT? CPHPilTf Q W. Wleherahani. A. O. Baalt I. S. Bal.aangLQ. S. Baiui Ul JiEiLilUiiO. U. 0. Aaa...TO Bry, Aaolg toiloiiwn ' Capital Stock, Paid up - - - $25,000. This Bank solicita accounts, offering to depositors liberal traataiaa and every facility consistent with sound bankiof. This Rank nt-enafed to issue letter of credit available In all parta ef the world, buy and sell foreign exchange, and have en aalsaUsoi ship ticket ta and from all European and Asiatic porta. U4 Ss,Í?-' ' - v.. \n\n tizona- for a farm hand and guara titees' to pay D. W. WICKERSHAM. Proa. I; E. SOLOÜGií, Vlce-ftes.