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WESTERN LUJE RAL. New Molfo. PUBLISHED FftIDAS. l0rivored (0 he COnninJ-J for a lv;- TheE-M I Inimer.t tor ntmlr... the commoner, to ti ; -", '"-re han tat b'.n'lsat, the hlRlicrt lii'l, ttlt.ioiitrn , aiw:lv.; rrcouimeurt chamberlain's lh". Lipkral is Informe! lliU aJvire ! pain balm as the ix-sf, Ummenl for wai unnecessary, as tbi-y neíer on- .trains. I mr-cl It list, winter for a iiiMii a n jiu, uimj ñus )irnviy lly DON: I!. KKD7.IK. Subscription Pricti. for Month 11 ,11 lnnlli ' ..... v.., 300 "iibniTtpllon Alwsvs Paral.leln Advance. A i Kssrs bulletin ha Just been Ioticiil crtvlmr SiiniP i,f the details of the rVures g.ithrrcl l.y the enumera tor, for the first five statu, taken alphabetically. The following are the figures for A ritona: ronulatum 1--.-j.'U: malPH 71,1'A females 6l,13f; na tive born d?,9(iS, furcltfii 21,23a. There were I, "IS negroes In the territory, of whom 1,303 were malos. The Chinese Humored 1,410, nil but 32 being males. The Japanese numbered 2X1, of whom 17 uf ri fem;i !. Of Indians there were 13,551 males and 12,929 females, There were 20,099 boys of school ai:e, Ix-twccn Ove and twenty years old, and 18,:C0 girl.-?. There wore rúales cf militia aire, between 13 and 41 veari hf a votinir ace 44.081. Of the males of a voting age there were 33, D4S who were literate, tbal is could tioth read and write, and 10,533 who were illiterate, that Is could neither read uor write, or who could read but rould not write. Of the 13,775 foreign born males over 21 years of age 4,801 were naturalized, 6G1 had tafeen out thnlr first nanera. 0.8O0 were aliens and of 1.513 the enumerator was un iiilo ta ascertain the condition of their citizenship. tcmnlated sellin bid. It l.as also since become Known that some time ago he told the r ity rouncil of Silver Cily he would refund the city bonds, which earn? seven per cent Interest, into four percent bond. There has been some hesitancy among nionled meu over taking up the Sliver City bonds at the lower Interest, that he described us alllicting the people who might buy the Grant cotin'.v bonds, aud the question of refunding the city bonds has been waiting for some time. In the mean time Mr. Grayson has been collecting the seven per cent Interest on the city bonds with the same regularity that the money for that purpuso has been fie- umulatlng in the city treasury. Con- Idering all that has happened In connection with the bond deal it lock to a man up a tree as though Mr Grayson intended to prevent anyothcr person from purchasing the bonds, by keeping the sale quiet, and then tak ing In the bonds at a liberal discount, or else keeping the old bonds alive at the higher rate of interest; that when Mr. Graham offered to take them at par he saw they had slipped from him, and endeavored to make a virtue of a necessity by advising the commission ers to accept the higher offer. Mr. Grayson Is very smooth, but it some times happens that a man Is so smooth that he slips himself. Trru O ra haui county papers have Job before them lo the creation of the necessary Cubile sentiment on the six- shooter question, especially regarding the actions of the denuty sheriffs who wear the sixsbootcr and are so free in using it. Uolb the Era and the Ilulle ln claim to stand for the best ele ment in the county, and each glosseu over the entirely unnecessary killing of McDonald by Deputy Hobbs as an accident. If such-gross and criminal carelessness as that of Hobbs on the Fourth of July Is allowed to go unre buked It shows a sad state of public Bcntiment In Graham county. The timo has come when the slxshootcr must dlsaDnear as an article of orna ment for the private citizen and as badge of authority for the officer, and the sooner the people of 3raham eounty learn this the sooner they will be fitted for statehood. The papers of that county owe It to themselves, and to the better Interest of tho couuty to call a snade a spade, and not mis call a murder an accident, ror years the Lihkual has used plain language in wrltioR about the sixshooter, and the other nators In the county have not been far behind It. Asan Indica lion of the state of public feeling In this county It might be mentioned that at the last term of the district court an officer who had .killed a man and seemed to have a better excuse for doing so than Hobbs had for kill log McDonald, was convicted of mur der in the second degree. It is begining to look as though Mr C. F. Grayson, the ever popular bond dealer of Silver City slipped beveral cogs on the last deal in county bouds, When the bonds were sold on the offer made by A. It. Graham the Lihkual congratulated Grant county on the fact that there was more than one man in the couoty who could occasion ally swlug a bond deal. It thought Mr. Grayson had been outbid by other bond dealers, and as this generally hapDcns when two men bid, consld fred the matter a closed Incident However, Mr. Grayson has been roak Ine such efforts to "bo righted before the public" that the Liberal has vestigatcd the matter a little and has cotuo to tho conclusion that the gentleman is not súchel philanthropist on the txmd question as he would have the people believe. The history the bond deal is something like thi When the commissioners concluded take advantage of the permission refund the bonds Mr. Grayson consult ed with them. He explalued the loich that bad beeu made In selling the Hormal 6chool bonds, and advised the couimissiuners bow such mistakes could be avoided. He offered to lake all the trouble of (liKjiosing the bonds o3 the Lauds of the coinLiilsjior.eis. He agreed to advertise tbeuj In the channels usual for fcucb transac tions, and do this at his own ex pense. The commissioners thought Mr. Grtyson was a philanthropist and congratulated themselves that such a uiau lived in the county. Time parked on. At a meeting of the com missioners Mr. Grayson told them that firant county bonds were to bad re pute, and he had doubts about being Mble to tret more than 93 or 197 for them. Mr. Graham, however, offered M pay f-ir for IbftiD, nd Mr. Gravsou advul the commissioners to accept bis effer. It bn blnce trjorpired that VI'. iraytor never advertised the .,!.!. Ife has .l'.-e the 'iieeiinp tn ElQilEUCI ARIZ. fl THE q m vn o I! llrsirnsTTi with the quick relief and cure It effect sd." For sale by all dealers In medicines. FA D A,oiMjii and Tb'rt Tvym-l mixtion tlm noKt fi : ül .,i!th Mách eme t'.-i r ki..,wi t. gtit-nre: a l- w t'.i.- é l.; i;.1 !y ty.n ? tlio Vl ' fP!-','. o í.'Mlí;h, .'TOHp ntui i'l'-iicri:-is., wli.ie its won. tlfri.ii i in inf. t-irc of t,'r'f""in,it i i' i--; v.'ttiu.nl n hV.'A .1 t Ik- J.iMoi v f nw irmo, Sim c 1; ( í't ..-..vt'i y it has h("- s .i ! in a fc iiirnnt'-p, n n i.o out. r tut'i!i ns :r.i.i). If v.-ii liave a v-f fui?- tly tii-.l voti : ll 1 ' .i : lut' s nn-1 vol z pnopriSCTo 4 ran J il Col; . i u : m A f avorltoVpnort foi tlune wbo r In furor oftliojfrce cv)lnse uf llvcr, MIner. Pros pector Raiicherf and Stockmea. Music Every Night. "Wines Lia acro and. Cigrarfa, Of the moit populnr brands. Mining and Smelting Co, San Francisco California. Location of Works, Lordsburg, N. M; ;t Capital Stock 60010 Morencl 8. RUTHEItFonD & CO. Arizona DIVIDED INTO-SHAliES OP 10 EACH, FULLY PAID AND NON ASSESSABLE; The county treasurer's quarterly tatemcnt for the qnater ending June 30 shows that at tho commencement of the quarter the county had on hand $33,703.07; he received during the quarter the sum af $21,817.77, making a total to account for $00,520.81. He paid out during the quarter the sum 19,7I1.2, and now has on hand tlO.R04.02. Of tbU $5,f,23.?. an in the gcueral nchool fund 3,001.52 was in the general county fund, $4,H!).il was in the court fund, 82,017.63 in the Lordsburg school fund und the bal ance is cistributed among urty-one other spctial funds. K. U. licit who has been laid up with a broken leg for some weeks, is out on crutches. He made a trip around town the first of the week so licltinf? orders for electric lifihts, the intention being to add an electric light plant to the ice plant, If a sufllcient number of lights are ordered the plant will be Installed this fall. C. E. Hutchison returned from his trip to the coast yesterday, and Mark Thompson, who relieved him, returns to his home at Santa Barbara today. Summer complaint is usually preva lent among children this season. A well developed case In the writer s family was cured last week by the timely use of Chamberlain's colic. cholera and diarrhoea remedy ono of the best patent medicines manufac tured and which is always kept on hand at the home of ye scribe. This Is not intended as a free puff for the company, who do not advertise with us, but lo. benefit little sufferers who may riot be within easy access of a physician. No family should be with out a bottle of this medicine in the house, especially in summer time. Lansinz, towa, Journal. or sale by all dealers Id medicines. t.rriOY, n.v HAMILTON, CAN. for sale by McGrath liros. lJ . VI; Y'l WW it A"t?VTr a iv-r . v x The Company will erect a plant of a 1 LVJ"CJ-A-1LAJY SALOON Lordsburg. The Brst Btack, capacity 75 The Company will erect a plant of a THOUSAND tons daily capacity at 7a tons daily, will be installed in Sep- X? I ITT, "iv IllUfS. KonfuA. llTi.i.1.,.. UISKICS, French Brandies and lm ported Cigars. V mo Fino, M hlskie. u. Kentucky. Co,na Arizona tember, The Company has secured 160 acres of land north of Lordsburi on which erect Its works. to Contracts have been made Becnrlna the smelter 600 tons livery to commence the first of September. of ore daily; flc- MORENCI SALOON The smelter Is now building at The Fulton Iron Work in San Francisco. and all arrangements have been made for Its erection and completion. Eleren thousand, two hundred shares of the stock has been set aside as treasury 6tock, and the company offers a limited amount to the public, It desires to have some of IU stock taken by the people ef Lordsbure aorí surrounding mining country, who would be directly Interested in the plant. in tne selling or ores, or wbo would be commercially Interested, and those who are Interested in advancing the mining Interests of this section of th country. The stock .will be sold at the present time at JIM LEE -uuu wii.sKies, brandies, wines and fino I Havana Cigars. fln.nt.1. -V . .... p.....ou vy,,,.,nHcn niKiit ry a troupo of Trulncd Coyotes. ice coun an Moroncl Arizona TWENTY-ONE MEALS FOR $0.00 LORDSBURa, N. MEX DETROIT SALOON The f avorito of Morencl, Arizona. wuuuio oianip wuiBklen-Callfornla Winog. nnrranled Puro Orauo Julón Pnroicn mm uomestio Ulnars A Qulot Resort Daily and Weekly Papers Always on hand, If tho malls don't fail. E. DA V18, Proprietor Watchmaker, Jeweler. The repairing of witch ,' clocks and Jewelry a specialty. All work done in a workman like manner and guaranteed or money refunded. Shop locat ed In the Arizona copper coiu paey's store. S per Slxsixe The company reserves the right, at any time to raise tho brice of the stock; to limit the number of shares sold to any one Individual, or to withdraw It from sale. Unon the payment of the face value. $10. for five or more shares of the stock, the company will guarantee the stock (Two dollars for every dollar face value of the stock) by nrst mortgage bond on Improved San Francisco real estate. These securities are held In trust by the California Safe Deposit & Trust Company, of San Francisco, for the benefit of this stock. Remittances for the stock may be made to the Dresldent. S. M. Rohr. or to the secretary, W. W. Barham, Room 45, No. 819 Market St., San Francisco,' California. The stock may also be Durcbascd through Mr. T. J. Davis, while he la Inf Lordsburg, or through Mr. C. W. Maxson, at Lordsburg, It Is hardly necessary to say that the smelting business is one of the moat! profitable industries of the present day. and no stock can be purchased in an" old company at any price. The smelting plant at Lordsburg will have making the best protlts. every natural advantage foi iWli Tnfp.rñflfífnñfil II. LEMON, Cigar Arizona k New Mexico BailwaT TIME TABLE. (Late of London, England) CLlfc'TON - ARIZONA K0LBER5 BEOS MANUFACTURERS F.I Paso, Texas ltHlltArd's HmiiT Liniment. This Invaluable remedy is one that ought to be in every household. It will cure your rheumatism, neuralgia, sprains, cuts bruises, burns, frosted feet and cars, sore throat nnd sore chest. If you have lame back It will cure it. It penetrates to the seat of the disease. It will cure stiff Joints and contracted muscles after all rem edies have failed. Those who have been cripples for years have used Bal lard's snow liniment and thrown away their crutches and been able to walk as well asever. It will cure yon. l'rice 50 cents. Free trial bottle at Eagle drugstore. 1 For Ovrr lMrty Years. An Or.D and Well-Thikd IIkmedy. Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the bent remedy for Diarrhoea. Is pleasant to the taste. Sold by Drug gists in every part of the world, Twenty-five cents a bottle, its value is Incalculable. He sure and ask for Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, and takeno other kind. You ure in M Jtad I'll But we will euro yon if you will pay us. Men wbo are Weak, NVrTijn an.l debili tated snfh'rinjf from Nervous Debility. Stmiudl weakness, and all the efk'cta of early evil habits, or lutrr indiscretions, which lead to premature Dpeay, consump tion or instantly, should ioihI for anr) read the "book of lifi," irivi.iir particulars for d hsrue cure. ítent (palod) free, by ad renin? Dr. I'.ir Iter's Medical and surgi cal in.tita, 1SI North Spruce St., Nanh vtlle, Tnn. They guarantee a euro or no psy. The Sunday Morninj. DUNCAN AKII bI.OMI VII.I.U. Mall and Express Lint. Sta'e leaves Solomonville Mondays, Wednesdays anil Fridays-at 7 a. nr., and arrives at Duncan at 12 m.. mak ing close connection with the A. &, N. M. Ky. Leaves Duncan Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 12 m., varrilne at Solomonville at p. m. This line is equiped with elegant Concord (Joacues, ine btocic, and careful drivers. Fare 16. Low charges for extra bacKiKe. The quickest and safest route to exprés matter to Solomon ville. Noah (Ikes, Prop. Solomonville, A. T- 'Time Table ooino o 9 No.;i5i !í sol'tii March 4, m0. i S H ;s Mountain Timo. o 5 tiiain train Hi STATIONS No. 1 No 5 lif ron Lv 0 71 8:00 am ft-.m p m Noiili Silling ... 5 M K::;Sam S:', pin Snulll SliüllK ... " 7 W SiSOani Ü:ail p III liuihrlu " 12 fn' 9:00 a m 3:00 pm Conmailo " U ri) (1:111 am 8:liipm SlieMim U4 47 U:tr. a in 8:45 pm Dununn " 40 10:10 a m 4.10pm Tliumpn " 41 111 l(i:f;ila in 4:Uripm Summit ' W "Ju '11:00 am 6 li p m Voltz-h " (10 1U 111::) a m 5:40 p III lorJí.biir Ai-,71 lti:0G p m 0:15 p iu w. 19 THE BEST. riT row A KING oysLAS THE FEDERAL COPPER CO. EL PASO. TEXAS, City office corner Oregon Texas streets. P. 0. Box 178 Tel. Ho. Smelter Located Two Miles Kast of City on E, P. & N. E. m3 fp :Sfc S ra r- o m-k-í r -R.T- IS, FREWCH & LNAMEUED CALr. í .t1 ED Fiur ?.m f.Wjb,-ivi .í. ' J.y P0üCc,3 SOLES. J. ; I V -EXTRA PINE- V -cZ&WZM BOYÍSCIIOüLSHOti l -i. , . f" 'I.AD1E3 A .;' A í5502 si 7a and 648 Buyers of Copper Ores With or Without Gold and Silver TlMli Taui.k No. 15, March 4. 1000. Mumitain Time. STATIONS. I.or'li'Hira- Lv Vcii.h, .Summit " Tliotnmun ' Dtiucaii . . . , Hh.-Wim " ';iroiia(lo (futhrie " Hoiilh hlrtlni ... " North Bidniir . . . . ' Cllflnn Arl a 10 s 10 8 H S 4 1 S NO. 3 3:00 8:;if 4:1ft 4:: iM 6:31 6:60 (1:10 i:.l5 11:40 7:06 TRAIN NO, 6 Over Ono Million Peoria wear tho W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes All our shoes are equally satisfactory i nejr frive tns ti valuó for tho monry ity. RETÜRIÍS PROMPTLY II4DE Ther equal custra shoes la etyle and lit. Tbsir wearing Qualities aro unsurpassed. I ho prices arc unhorm,stainped on scio. p ui p m p in p rn p mi p ml pm 10 p m 10 p in 1 1 p nrll p ni'H mía 111 40 a in 10 a m Mi a iu lii a m 4f m Hi a iu '16 a in una m OiU Ul UI Trains stop on signal. '"Trains run daily All Trains will reduce spcod to 10 miles per uoiir in "york's Cmiyini." Hi i russcngor Trains. PASHENOER RATES. Clifton to North Riding- .30 South Siding i Uuthrift 70 " " Corniiudo 1,6 ' York i.6 " 3 no 1 don 50 ' ' Duncan l.wi " Summit S.10 . " Lordsburg- 4.1 Children between fire and twelve years of afro half price. 1 1T loo p.iunds of hag-frafre carried free wit h eaoh full faro, and 60 pounds with saetí baif fare ticket. H. J. Sisiuons, Superintendent. J AUKS COLQl'HOt'N. President. French Chop House MeaJs serred all Day and ail Night. Short Orders served. You pay only for what you order. QCOD COOK BVEItYTHINO CLEAN JLOIIXK, Proprietor From Si to S t sivt-d over other mka li your dualer caunut supply cu wo can. Sold by dealer, whose namo will shortly appear here I fluui4 wuuiuiii Apply at otiuu. -r COUNCIL ROOMS Choice Wines. Liquorsand Havana Cigars Operatic and other musical selections ren dered each ntitnt fortheeotertaln ment of patrons. Dally and weekly newspapers and other perl-1 odloalson file, For full particularscallon Hugh Mullen - Prop AT THE libekál orricÉ, CLIFTON ARIZONA THE ARLIKJGTOEÍ, E. BURLINGAME & CO. PPiu nrrinp r.urMir.n iOOAI UrriuL NB LABORATORY slablibc,üioColotfcdo,l8rr6. BampTra by Bailor mess will receive pium y4 and ri-rHol atirtio e;.-rrv,i',ri1 T(.'.'fi JK' or tar lod lets. J'1' Write lot terms. :.v-rr;í tawicctt sx., Pcuvcr, ;(. The Best Table in Town J' Good rodiae and comfortable bedé \n\n FrnerPuro Importado. NORTE ALVARES, 8ARTORI9 CARRASCO, I-rop..