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n ft? VOL. XIV, NO 35 LORDSBÜRG, NEW MEXICO JULY 12, 1001. Sab.crlptloa SP.rT.fi HinglcCoplfil CtB. WESTERN LIBERAL. Lonlsbtarg New Mexico. PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. My UUSl II. KKDZIE. Subscription Frioes. TiireMontbs 11 Mil MwitUi 1 HnViicrlptloo Alwv Payable In Adrnoe. official Directory. FEDERAL. fodhPort;..i... ......Delégale to Congress M. A.Otoro uotoruor Geo. II. Wallnoo . .. ..Beorotary W.J. Mili Chief Justloe Crumaoker: Associate t'bas. Lclani Asuocliite iínoR. MuFte Associate 'rank W. Parkjr Associate Qulnfcv Vauoo .Surveyor-neiidrai A. L. Morrison United States Collector W. B. Chllders Ü. 8. District Attorney f. M. Forsker . .V.6. Mnrshal O. a. Ooddington Deputy U. S. Marshal J. W. Fleming U. 8. Cool Mine Inspector it. R. Otero , 8anU Fe Reg, Land Offloe fc. F. UobarU Santa Fe. .....Reo. Land Offlce K.Bolignao LasCriióéi Rog-. Land Offloe H. D. Bowman.Lal.Cruces.... Reo. Land Office Howard Uiland.Roswell Reg. I-and Ofllee tfeo. R. Gmyer Roswoll Reo. Land omce Fox Folsom Rog. Land Office To unosjn Reo. Land OB TERRITORIAL. F.. L. Harriett Solioitor-Oenoral h. K. GortnorSnnt F Dlst. Attorney J oo. D. Bryan Las Cruces " T.A . Finical, Albuquerque T. 8. Hoflln Sliver City B.V.Long, Las Vegas John Franklin. Roswell " . Al jx a ijr.Saoor ' J. Leahy, Raton P. F Matthews, Lincoln v " jos-i Segura Librarian Geo. Wyllys Clerk Supreme Court K, 11. B'gbmann Supt. renitentiary W.H.l Whttoh Adjutant General Samuel Bldodt Treasurer Marcelino Garcia Auditor M. C. do Baca Supt. Publlo Instruction J no. K Clark Coal Oil Inspector J. p. Hughes Publlo Printer vjbtl RTtfF PEI? ATE LAND CLAIMS. JoMph R. Roed of Iowa, Chief Justice. AsaoniiTH Justices Wilbur F. 8tono, of Colorado; Thomas CFullor. of North Caroli na' William M. Murray, of Tennessee; Henry O. iuss, of Kansas. .aithe . Reynolds, of Missouri, U. 8. Attorney. C0UNTT. W.D. Murray i .County Commissioner W. M, Taylor... i County Commissioner Jioantait FWld: County Commissioner Kdwurd Bakor Probate Judge S. H. MiAnlnch Probate Clerk jo l , Assessor Artuur:8.GoodoU Sheriff Alian N, WhitO School Superintendent Adolph Witaot Treasuror George R. Brown ; Surveyor PfiEOINOT. U.yt. MuGraUl Justice of tbo Peace y. Hardin Constable ebool Directors H. L. Gammon, F. F. Fer od Jobnjttobsou. Southern Pacific' Eaiiroai. LOrd.burg Time 1 able. I" WCHYBODMD. assengcr P. M. .11.6U EA8TBOCHD P. U. . 1:10 TraJn, rn on Pacifio Time. T. H. QoonuAü, Superintendent. Gen. Pais, and Tkt. Agt. J. Kbutschsi , General Manager. Arlsona New Mezloa Hallway. NOHTll BOUND P.M. P.M. Lordsburg; J; lunau .J. . u V'Hfton...... 11 uu ' SOUTHBOUND, A.M. A.M. 1:00 tMtoa ; wm 8:10 Lordsburg ( Í rains ran dally. Mountain time. M. CROCKER, M. D. rhyslelan andSurgee rdstiurg New Mexioo M. J. EGAN ATTORNEY AT LAW. oelnth. Arlrn.Coppcrfmp.ny'i Build ing West stdeeiKlver. Ollítoü. - -Arizona. ÁLVÁÍÍ N. ÁVHITE, Attorney an Solicitor, Allbusinos. will ryde -prompt "ration .Offloe: Room. Sand Bhephard Building 8iillrdtreet. TLVER CITY WEW MEXICO . JOS. BOONE. 4IT0RKET abb C0ÜNSELI.PR. l!lraettetnall -the óeutt and 1aod of Pl0l Vbe turrBory- a'lbuln enwnswd to hy wlU xefe Jpromutaltinijup. tfew Xri A STRANGE LAKE. The i'ecnllarUlce or h Body ( Water la Australia. Lake Georsa is gimalod about fout mllt'8 from llio railway station at Buu gendore. Aiislralln, anil bag for many years pucaeed the httcntinn nr ,i1.n. llflc rueu by rennoii of the singular nud inexiiia-niiie piionnmeua connected with It. The eatimnlps of Itg size vary con siderably according to circumstances, bat when moderately full about 20 by 7 miles will be found tolerably correct. At either eud the laud Is fully 100 feet above the lilghcat recorded surface of the Inke, which possesses no known outlet, although it is fed by numerous mountain croeka. The lake was discovered by a bush man In 1820 and was known to the blacks as the "big water." It was then upposed to form the source of a river having Its mouth on the south coast, but sulwequeut visitors were much perplexed at the manner In which the Macks avoided the lake, of which they appeared to entertain a dread, one aged aboriginal stating she Daa seen it all covered with . trees, an other explaining that the wholo of the water sunk through the hnttnm hnH disappeared, while others remembered tne lake only as a series of small ponds. During the following 20 Ten re enn. Iderable variations were noted !n the depth and extent of the lake. In 1S4I the lake became partially dried up, the moist portions being slmnlv rr.niv swamps. A few months later large numbers of sbeep were pastured In the bed of the lake, but fresh fearer hrl n be carted for the use of the shepherds, that of the lake being too salt for tin. man consumption. The place remained more or less drv unt II 1852. the Tear nf the great floods In that nnrt nf rha vi. ony, when It again became Bllcd, with an average depth or nine feet. Since then the Burface level of tho lake has varied considerably, but tha hai ho. never been so dry as In former years. There are indications that many hun dreds of years ago the lake covered a far larger area than any yet recorded, remains of trees over 100 yeara old be ing round In spots formerlv under toa. ter. The saline character of the lake Is the more remarkable by reason of Its oeing red by pure and sparkling fresh Awarded Highest Honors World' Fair. water streams. ENGLISH MONARCHS. Death Often Uoklad la the Manner of Their Taking; Off, Of the monarcha who rrnva relcnn over England since the days of the iNormnu conquest nearly ono-quarter of the number have met violent death. William I was killed by a fall from bis horse. Wllüain II was shot whlln .hunting, whether by accident or de sign is still one or the unsolved prob lems of history; Richard I was killed by a shaft from a crossbow while beileglng the city of Cbaluz. lu France; lilehard II was murdered in Tontefract castle, Edward II was murdered In Berkley castle, and Edward V In tho Tower of London. Itichnrd m .. klled on the battleBeld of Boswortb and Charles I had his head cut oft In London. Elizabeth's death was hnalnnml hv remorse that she bad ordered the ex ecution of Esjex, and ber sister Mary sickened and died soon after tha loan of Calais, declaring that the name of the city would be found after death written oo her heart. The death of Edword Ill's son. the Black Trlnce, caused the asred monarch to die of grief. So. after tho loss of hie nn In the White Ship. Henry I was never seen to smile again and lived only a short time, neury VI and George III were Insane during the latter years of their reigns and Anally died from what In these days would be called paresis. Charles II, Henry VIII, Ed ward IV and George IV hastened their deaths by the dissipated and sensual lives they lived. Oulv two mnnnrch died of that great national scourge. consumption; they were Edward VI and Uenfy VIL Queen Anne's death was due as much as anything else to overfeeding. Only two monarchs. Henry vi ana ueorge ill. died after long Illnesses. a The liappy Mediant. A clergyman relates that a worthy Irishman with an Impediment In his speech brought him a child to be bap tized. While making a record of it be was In some doubt as to tha correct spelling of the family name given to him and asked the man bow be wrote It. "Indeed and I don't writs at all," was the reply. "I Just want to know," ald Father Boyle, "whether the uamo la 'McGrath' or 'Magrath' whether the second part of It U spelled with s. big 'Q' or lit tle 'g.' " After scratching bis bead hopelessly the pusiled parent saw bla way out of the difficulty. "Well, father, Just spell It wid a middlin sited "g. "Exchange. It Wea't Holl Off. The egg of the guillemot la one of APoer Millionaire Lately starved In London because he could not digest hrs. food. Early oso of I)r. King's Tiew Life pills would have saved him. Tbcy strengthen the stomach, and digebtiou, promote assimilation, improve appetite. Trice 2óc. Money baxk if out satisfactory. Sold by all druggists and dealers In medicine.- V CREAM iibsia MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartsr Powder. Fret Som Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 Yejtn the Standard. tne ruóse peculiar eua ruroisues au admirable example of the way In which nature provides for the condi tions of life. This bird Is found on the coast, aud the eggs are usually laid on the bare edges of high rocks, from which posi tion any ordinary specimen of the egg would probably roll off. But the guillemot's egg won't do this. It has been fashioned by nature to stop on. The egg Is nearly conical in shape, broad at the base and sharp at the point, so that it will only roll In a circle. netter Than Making- B ffote, "Just before Badmun was pnt rn prison he bought a set of books to be paid for In Installments." "What did be do that for?' "Ha said it would make tíie tlm eero shorter." Chicago Tribune. Whit Man Turned Yellow. Great consternation was felt by the friends of M. A. Ilogarty of LcxlDgtont Ky., when they saw he was turning yellow. His skin slowly changed color, also his eyes, and he suffered terribly. His malady was Yellow Jaundice. He was treated by the best doctors, but without benefit. Then be was advUed to try Electric Bitters, the wonderful stomach aDd liver remedy, arjd be rites: "After taking two bottles I was wholly cured." A trial proves Us matchless merit for all stomach, liver and kidney troubles. Only 60c. Sold by alf druggists and dealers In mcdiclues. A forest fire raged for several days last week about tlfteoo miles north west of Flagstaff. It was destruc tive one and burned over a section ten miles equare. It started from some careless campe who were out ing In the San Francisco mountains. The supervisor of the San Francisco mountain forest reserve and a dozen fire-lighters heroically fought the llames and finally got them under control. MOKITEA 1'OSrriNKLT CURES SICK headache, Indigestion aud constipa tion. A delightful herb drink. Ite moves all eruptions of tho skin, pro ducing a perfeot complexion, or money refunded. 25 cts and 50 cts. Eagle drug mercantile company. How it Your Wife? Has she lost her beauty? If so, con stipation, indigestion, sick headache are the principle causes. Karl's clover root tea has cured these Ills for half a century. Trice 25cts. aud OOcts Mooey rcfuuded If results are not sat isfactory. For sale by McGrath Bros. Judge Jenks, of the New York su Drome court, told the New York law school the other day that "the man with the furrows on his brow wins against the man with tho creases la bis trouseas every time." John B. Lelberg of the United States geological survey, Washington, D. C, is here fi the purpose of mak ing an examination of the lands in the San Francisco mountains reserve to determine what portion of tho reserve Is more valuable for agricultural pur poses than for timber reserve. It will take Mr. Lelberg several months to comi'lete the work laid out for him In this reserve. Kingman Miner. DueaThla Strike You? Muddy compactions, nauseating breath come from chronic constipa tion. Karl's clover root tea is an ab solute cure and has been sold for fifty years on an absolute guarantee. Price 26cts. and 50cts. For sale by McGrath Brothers. ' ipviR'H r'viii.isit Remedy -wnx stop a cough at any time, and will curs the worst cold in twelve hours, nr tnnnev refunded, a cts ana oo cis. Eagle drug mercantile company. Do Yon Know Consumption is preventable? Science hits proven that, and also that neglect tosulcldsl. The woret cold or cough can be cured with Sbllob's eoujjh and consumption cure. Sold on positive guarantee for over fifty yearn. For ule by MiMraib jCruUiers', It Datilea The World. No discovery In medicine has ever created one quarter of the excitement that has been caused by Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption. It's severest tests havo been on hopeless victims of consumption, pneumonia, hemorrhage, plurlsy and bronchitis, thousands of whom it has restored to perfect health. For coughs, colds, asthma, croup, hay fever, hoarsne&s and whooping conh It Is the quickest, surest cure In the world. It Is sold by all drujfglsts and dealers In medicines who guarantee satisfaction or refund money. Large bottles 50e and $1.00. Trial bottles free. At the meeting of the Ore depart ment held on Thursday evening defi nite steps were taken toward the se curing of a chemical Qro engine, A committee was appointed to investi gate the advantages of the several kinds of these engines and given full power to ofder the same. It Is now thought that in a month or six weeks time we will see a fifty or sixty gallon chemical engine Installed as a part of the paraphernalia of the Blsbce fire department, Bisbee Keview. Heartburn. When the quantit7 of food takeo is too large or the quality too rich, heart burn Is likely to follow, and especially so If the digestion has been weakened by constlpatiou. Eat slowly and not to freely of easily digested food. Mas ticate the food thoroughly. Let six hours elapso between meals and when you feel a fullness and weight in the region of the stomach after eating, Indicating that you havo eaten too much, take one of Chamberlain's stomach and liver tablets and the heartburn may be avoided. For sale, by all dealers in medicines. Yonr Face Shows the stato of your feelings and the state of your health as well. Iru pure blood makes Itself apparant iu a pale sallow complexion, pimples and skin eruptions. If you are feeling weak and worn out and do not have a healthy appearance, you should try Acker's Blood Elixir. It cures all blood diseases where cheap Sarsap- arllla and so called purifiers fail; know ing this we sell every bottle on a posi tive guarantee. Eagle druff mercan tile company. Word comes from Chicago to the ef fect that within the next few years the Southern Tatflllc sj-sttm wfll spend between thirty and forty millions In betterments. The enormous amount la to be expended in replacing the pre sent rails with cighty-flvo and ninety pound steel, rebuilding all bridges, trestles and culverts, usiDg steel and stone in place of wood; straightening curves and reducing grades wherever possible; building better terminals; buying the most modern locomotives and rolling stock and in general secur ing the best equipment In the world for heavy traille. Tell Your Hlter A beautiful complexion is an Impos sibility without good pure blood, the sort that only exists In connection with good indigestion, a healthy liver and bowels. Karl's clover root tea acts directly on the bowels, liver and kidneys keeping them In perfect health. Price 25 cts. and 50cts. For sale by McGrath Brothers. She Didn't Woar A Mask. But her beauty was completely hid den by sores, blotches aud pimples till she used Buckleo's Arnica salve. Then they vanished as will all erup tions, fever sores, boils ulcers, car buncles and felons from Its use. In fallible for cuts, corns, burns, scalds and piles. Cure guaranteed. 25c at all druggists and dealers in medicines. The asbestos claims, twelve In num ber, In the Grand Canyon of Arizona, were bonded by John nance, i;. n. Mc.Clureand Henry F. Ashurst, admin istrator of the estate of W. A. Ash urst, deceased, to Susan W. Selfridge, of New York. The consideration named was $0,000. ACKElt'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS AKK sold on a positive guarantee. Cures heart burn, raising of the food, dis tress after eating or any form of dys pepsia. Ooo little tablet gives im mediate relief. 25 cts and 50 cts Eagle drug mercantile company. When you want a modern, up-to-date physic, try Chamberlain's stom ach and liver tablets. They are easy to take and pleasant in effect.' Price, 25 cents. Samples free at all dealers In medicines. On Erery Battle OtShilob's consumption cure is this Guarantee: "All we ask of you is to use two-thirds of the contents ( this butt e fa thfuliy. then u you cao nay you arc not benefited return the lot ie to your drugglntandhe may refund the nrice naid." Frlce 25cta- $0 eta. aud Sl.ttO. For sale by MoOrobk Bri The Roberts & Leahy MERCANTILE COMPANY GENERAL MERCHANDISE, "77 iiolesal Dealers in Hay, O-ralM andPotatoes. LORDSBURG NEW MEXIO FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF EL PISO Capital, $100,000 J. S. RAYNOMIP, Prenidont. Ü. 8. STpWAHT, Crishlvr. orricjtRi: 3-u.rpru.s, a5O.0C& M. W. FLOCKNOr. VicelPrneldent1 J. F. WILLIAMS, Ast.Chl C0RRF.BP0KDKNT8 : Chemical National Dank NTrr , First National Bank .' Chicago Anglo-Calil'ornian Kan, Limited SanFraactsc ft Lofira Bit asi Paso Ta3ca3 WITH A FI'LLY PAID Capital $100,000 Deposits $400,000. Mollclta Your Bnalnr, . Organized íanuary 2nd 1901. It invifos rspci-iiil tfrrf ion' to its rapid growth which must be, at least I part due to Its careful attention to the interests of Its customers. First National Bat if ion Capital WITH A FULLY PAID - - $30,000. Organized in o'dcr to' give the people of Clifton and surrounding countr the facilities of a modern and up-to-date National Bank, We trust you will give it your business. OFFK'EHS AND DlBECTOna.' J. G. Lowdon, of Steffens & Lowdoa Bank, Abilene, Texas,' and Vice Presi dent of Lowdon National Bank El raso.rrcsident A. T. Thompson,, Cashier Arizona Copper Co. Ltd. and Sec. and Tres. Arizona & New Mexico railroad, Vice President. C. P. liosecrans, Cashier; W. E. Arnold, Asst.. Cashier. II. K. Vanflorder, Manager Mercantile Department, Detroit Copper. Company. E. M. Williams, Manager Mercan! lie Department, Arizona Cop per Company. W. V. Hagan, Hetired Merchant, Clifton. L. A. Dunham, General Manager Clifton Arizona Copper Company Ltd. D. W. WICKERSHAM, Pres. T. E. SOLOMON, Vice-Pies. A. G. SMITH. Cashier. C t. SOLOMON, As8t.;Cashier.- The Gila Valley Bank) Solomonville, Arizona . 1" I á It ÍYTT? PPTiYRQ!- r-w- Wlckhm. A.O. Smith t. K. olomon.C. K. Solovtt 11 11 TA.1 Vt HO. II. I. AUtu,TO'Mrjn, AUulil Holomun. Capital Stock, Paid up - - - $25,000o' This Hank solicits accounts, offering to depositors lilteral treatment and every facility consistent with sound banking. f This Bank is prepared to Issue letters of credit available In all parts ot the world, buy and sell foreign exchange, aud have on sale steam ship tickets to and from 11 Europeau and Asiatic ports. O o o \n\n nr. paso, texas