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LORDSBÜRQ. !AY P, 1902. , Tbe'Soutbero Pacific pay car made ,lts regular monthly appearance Sun day. Dr. Molr'a wife tod baby arrived last Friday, and are now enjoying tbe doctor' company? Mrs. W. A. Leonard and son were In town Wednesday, returning to Clifton from a Silver City visit. ti. W. Randall made an 121 Paso trlrd tbla week to consult wltb tbe direct ora of tbe Orion company. Tbo articles of Incorporation of the North American ruining company are printed on tbe fourth page of this Issue. Mr. and Mrs. C. Overman have been vlsli hf; with Dr. Crocker thlK week. Mrs. Crocker and Mrs. Over fcian are sisters. Mrs. Baylor Shannon was lb the 'City Monday, cn route to Silver Ciiy for a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. Arthur Goodell. . John McCnhe was In from the Anl 'S3&S tbo first of the Week to see if arrangements emild not be made for a rural free delivery down the Aniiuis. He and Holmes Mnddox are greatly Interested Intecuring such a route. F.'S. Starrett has about completed putting in the Interloping switch which will govern the crossing of th Lordrtburg & Haehit.a and the Southern Pacific railroads. The, switch provides Intuí, and if the rallroád men observe 'tbeiu there never can be an acefdeot at this cross ing; Mrs. J. A. Leahy and children, and Miss Lulu McGeera left Monday for Kingston, Canada, to spend the sum mer with Col. McOcen, Mrs. Leahy's and Miss McGeeln's father. They ex pect to do a great leal of flshloir In Lake Ontario durlhg the summer, and have got many other plans made to have a unod time. D. C. Ilobart and John Burnslde passed through on the west bi'iand train Sunday, and told some of their Lordsburg frieuds they were cn route to Hawaii. The Liberal received in formntlon 00 the side that they had gone to visit Mr. Hobart'g brother-in-law, Mr. Cros, the celebrated dealer iolGrant county warrants. Last Monday was the fifth of May, the day dear to every Mexican heart. There were a few who commenced the celebration about two 'o'clock In the morning by turning loose a few guns, and later In the day others followed it up by consuming -a considerable 'quantity of American whiskey, but this was the extent of the celebration by the Mexican residents of Lords burg. Lordsburg hw a financier that lays the celebrated J. I'ierpofit Morgan In the shade. It will be remembered that Mr. Morgan has made a great deal of money In the past few years by organizing trusts. If he had had tbe ability of the Lordsburg financier he would tave made a great deal more money for his work. Mr. Morgan's scheme in organizing a trust was to issue stock and bonds which were used to buy up the companies wblcb com posed tbe trust. The purchasers of the stock expected dividends, and were part owners of all tbe trust Owned. The purchasers of the bonds expected to be paid interest, and ul timately to be paid the face of tbe bonds. The Lordsburg financier beat this scheme all to pieces. Fie saw a chance to organice a trust in the boot blacking business. lie could get rid of bis only rival by purchasing his stock of blacking, etc. He did not have the necessary cash and had to raise the money. tíiií be offer stock to the public, tbe purchaser of which would be entitled to a proportion of the profits of tbe bootblacking bust ness? Not much. He believed a trust magnate was entitled to tbe whole tblng. ne offered non-trans ferable bonds to the public. Did be make tbe bonds carry Interest and redeemable at maturity In cash? Not much. He bad a better scheme, aad tbe working of this scheme showed bis great genius aod bis suDerlorlty to Mr. Morgaa as a fioanoter. He made bis bonds payable In kind, and to In duce the bubllo to take them offered them at a discount of sixteen aod two- thirds cer cent. A heavy discount, 'certainly, but when the bonds were paid the magnate owns the trust, aod no one bat a claim on its profits. If when Mr. Morgan floated tbe steel trust be had made the bonds payable In steel rails, and not transferable, or if when he organized the steam ship trust he bad offered bonds wblcb were good for a ride across the Atlan tic, be would have bad all these bonds redeemed, he would not have bad to pay any Interest, and tbe Immense . profits of these trusta would all bave gone to him. Mr. Morgan mignt ex plait that be eould not float sucb bonds. Well, If he did, he would but confess himself as lets than tbe Lords - burg floaacler In bis ability to tecure the money be needs from tbe public Mr. Morgan should come to Lordsburg CTI talft'lMMrnN from 9W HOC B-. M!iii:i0 K.TC23. News A&out tha Oram ledn.try dt this Section 0r the World. Messrs. Dlbbrell and Mosebelm. of tbe Lena company were In the city tbe first of the week. It Is supposed they came up to participate In tbe drawing of a dividend produced by tbe shipping of several cars of concen C. M. Perkey was up from El Paso this week, delivering a gasoline 'hoist to tbe Ontario' company. The hoist In of twenty five horse power, and la be ing put In place on the Ontario near Lee's Peak, which the company re cently purchased from Small & Babey. The Shannon Smeller blew la last week, and then blew out. Tbe trouble was an Incipient strike of tbe workmen. The company bad 'made arrangements with the Arizona cop per company to have their workmen Join tbe hospital association, en the same terms that the Arizona com pany's men Joined it when It was starud a couple of years ago, that Is to pay two dollars a rniinih each for medical service and boVpilal service, In case of an a-cldf nt.- The Arizona men arc now paying a dollar and a half a month, and tbe Suannon men wanted to go In at the same price, and when it was refused struck. It wa explained to the men ihm while the Arizona men paid two dollars a month the hospital was built, that It would be necessary to build another hospital at Metcalf, and that after tbe Shan non men hud paid the two dollars a month as lorigas the Arizona men bad the price would be reduced to the same figure as the Arizona meti paid. As the hospital association had ac cumulated considerable capital it was only fair for the Shannon men to pay what is practically an admlssiun fee. Most of the men finally saw It in this light and went back to Work. The smelter was again blown lu and bar ring the troubles that are liable to occur with tbe starting of any plant, is working well. On the first of this month Mr. James Colquhoun resigned the super- ntendency nf the A izona copper com pany at Clifton. Mr. Alex. Veiich succeeds blu as superintendent. Mr. Colquhoun bas been connected w'th the Arizoua copper company ever Ince It was organized. At firsi he had charge of the smelters. He ran the smelters all right, and kept his eyes open. lie saw the mistakes made by other superintendents, About ten years ago he was given en lire charge of the affairs of tbe com pany In this country. When be took charge the company bad never paid a dividend and many bonds had been Issued to pay expenses. Soon after Mr. Colquhoun took charge a change came. He lopped off expenses and lu- crossed production. It would bo a long story to téll all he did, it would be a history of Clifton for teó years. In all business afalrs it is result that tell the story, and to give tbe results of Mr. C ilquhoun's work tells bis story. He took charge of á company that was deeply In debt and had never paid a dividend, and In a few years tbe company was paving dividends, aod during tbe last year it paid eighty- e veo and one-half per cent on its capital 'Stock. That spells Success with a big S. After doing this good work be felt be was entitled to a va cation, bis children were growing up and be considered it his duty to tako thém where they Could have tbe best school facilities, aod so be made bis preparations to lay down this work. It was sume time ago that he decided on this, aod his first move was to se lect a man to 'succeed him. One of the bright, Capable men in the employ of the company was Alex. Velicb. Mr. Colquhoun concluded be was tbe man. He appointed blm assistant superintendent aod gave bim a chance to study the Inside workings of this great company, No matter what abil ity a man might have be could not make a great success here unless be bad this acquaintance with local affairs. Mr. Cilquhoun had eotire confidence In Mr. Vellcb's ability to make a success of the compaoy, and the Liberal can pay Mr. Veltch no higher compliment. With bis family be bas gone to Scotland where, It is intended, tbe boys will receive their education. Mr. Colquhoun expects to visit Clifton once or twice a year, and bis wisdom aod advice will be at the service of the compaoy. It is under stood that Mr, Colquhoun Is a large owner of tbe siock of the company, and so his visits will be but to look after hit own property. Tbe Libkbal and a great many people will take tbe removal of Mr. Colquhoun and his family from this section of tbe country as a personal loss. Tbey made friends wherever tbey were knowo, and their friends are sorry to lose them. rally weT. Iiild. la Some chk-s il is too well Hied. It ootrciins too mauy kinds of fixxl, and very ofti-n the food is of tbe wrong kind bard to digest aod containing ntue nutri tion. A a conie quence many a work ing man develops some form of stomach trouble which inter feres with his health and reduces his work' lug capacity. is indigestion or f ny other indi- j-jLZJ cation of dis- " h Q ease of thestom- Q j ach and its allied organs of digestion and nu trition, the use of Ir. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will almost invari ably produce a per fect and perman ent Cure. Mr. Thomu A. virtl, of Substation C, Cotnmbus, O., Boa lej, writes " I wat taken with severe beadsclie. then cramps in ine ttomacb, and my food would not dlireet. thro kidney and liver trouble and my back (tot weak ao I could scarcely urt around. Al last I had all the com plaint! at once, the more I doctored the worse I t until ax yea ra pasted. 1 had become ao poorly I could only walk In llie house by the aid of a chair, and I rot an thin I had rim to die, thinking that I could not be cured. Then ene of mv neighbor mid, 'Take nir advice awl take Dr. Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery tnd make a new man out of yourself.' The fust bottle helped me sa I thought I would tfet another, and after I had taken eight hot ties in about ala weeka, I was weighed, and found I bad xnlned twenty-aeven (rj) pounds I am an toot and healthy to-day, I think, as I ever was." FkBB. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, paper covers, is sent Ars on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Address Dr. K. V. fierce, BuUaio, N. Y. EPOUT Uf IHfcVoNUIllON OF -A. ay ft 1.1 V i" I Tuesday C. W. Maxson met with what might easily have been a fatal accident. lie w.i-. in the bucke1 being hoisted out of the shaft when the bucket caught. He thought the hoist was working and rang one bell, tó stop it. 'One bell means stop when the hoist Is working, and when il is not working It ut-ans to hoist away. Ibe hoUt, bad stopped, and wben the engineer heard the belt he Marled it. Mr. Maxson was on a limhtr, tbe locket lipped and as it went by scVaped him off. He fell abont fifteen feet and landed on the pump. He was considerably bruised up, but Dr. Crocker could find no broken bones, and there are bo indications of Inter nal Injuries, He came down to Lords burg tbe oext day, and has been tak ing things easily ever since. No Vnm ot Tlnie, I have sold Chamberlain's colic. cholera and duimoea remedy for years, and would rather be out of coffee and suitar than It. I sold five bottles uf it yesterday to threshers that could go no farther, and tbey are at work attain this morning. 11. R. FHBi-rs. nvmouth, Oklahoma. As will be seen bv the above the thresh ers were able to keep on with their worn without loosing a single days time. You should keep a bottle of this Remedy In your home. For sale by ail dealers In medicines. seaside KXui'itvlaxs-srÁsox íoee TÍjC Southern Pacific ha5 decided to Inaugurate the Seaside ExrurMon to he run tri-we -klv on Saturdays, Tues days and Thnrd iys, from all points in Arizona and rfew Mexico to banta Monica. Lonit Bench. San Pedro, New- nort Beach. San Buena Ventura. Santa Barbara and Catalina Inlands; also to San Diego and Coronado Beach. On account of the, popularity of the ninety day limit, It has been decided to make It tbe sanie for the ensuing season. The price of ticket for the round trip H $35 00 to all the ahove men tinned points, wiih the exception of Catalina Ialands where an additional fare of 12 25 is charged, for a most de- ighiful three hour'A boat ride from Sao Pedro and return. Nogales Picata. Tbe Southern Pacitlc will sell round trip tickeN to Nogales and return, on account of the Fiesta for one and one- fifth nf straight fare, which will make the tickets coNt In Lordshiirir 113 20. The tickets will be sold only on the 4th, 8th. and tbe 12th of May, and are good to return on Until tbe 17rb. Paso e SIMON IIAGENAUER, Trop. First Hational Bank or IL PASO, TIZAS Atthsoloeeof bm aesaon FEBRUARY 25, Resources. ioana aed dlacounta Overdrafts, secured and unsecured U. 8. Mondsto secure cir culation ''ron. r"Ts nn V 8. Bunds Stocks, securities, judir mentn. olnuna. etc Dankliii house, furnlturs and flxttutta Other - estate and niortt-stre owneit Due from other National Banks T. Due from Btata Banks and llankera Due from approved re serve Ba-enu 84, Cheeks and other cash Items , in. Bills or other Hanks Fractional vaper curren cy, nickels aud ceuta Lawful money reserve m bank. vU: Slieole I.eral tender notes Redemption fund with 1. 8. Treaatirer (ft per cent of circulation) 1902. KQS.SA3.14 14,138. TV0OOO0 5.6UU.U0 !4.eeo.Ki Í 4.000 00 .aoooo .T6T.M 45117 08.36 (TT3S4 060 00 1.312.4 .1M0O 6uo.Oi-733,7OS.01 t.SOO 00 Total. ll,739.4y4H Liabilities'. Capftalntoca paid In S3M,ono On Surplna ftinn JO.OvW 00 ('ndiTlded profit lena ex penses rttul taxes paid. 9,06.36 National Hank notes out-atandlne- 73,000 00 nMe other Natlntinl nnnk'137,H7.18 Doe State Banks and Bankers r-.1,97r.73 Individual dopoalta atib leet to ebiM'k BS.eStOT Demand certlfieates ol de posit S7.KW X rime uTrtltli ate or deposit lPT.4;t" iS 'rtlflpd cheeks ÍMIO- Cashier's checks C,r().!7 1.4W.40B Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Notions. Ladies and Gent's Furnishing. MtuSaigliest Prices the lowest No trouble to show goods. Come and convince yourselves LORDSBURG - NEW MEXICO ToUl. . 11,7.19.494.06 CJ rATK OF TEXAS. Cor NT V OF FX PASO. T I, .Ins F Williams, cashier of the íniv nnmed hnnk. dn solemnly swenr.thM the i hv .tntement la true to the best of my knowledge and belief. .lo. F Wit.MAMB. Oaihler. 3tilir)orlhfd and "worn to before uio tbla :th lay of March, Ira. jAUrn I.. Mafp 11 1 No'nrr Public. Kl Prm Co., Ti xss Cohrkct Atteii : Ü 8. ( trwaBT. Josnr8. RArnnLD". J no. M. lUyrtoi.tiii, Dlrertors. ASK YOUR BRUOBIST... . for a deet rlptlre circular rrrardtug Dr. Nusbaum'a Ocrmaa "Health Capsula" IT WILL INTEREST YOU !" mW'tW WABa.U MMUHWWaJg'J Paul Nichols, wbo baa bad charge of tbe Arlzooa Conner coniDaoy'a mines at Metcalf for many yeara, bought a good sized bunch of the atocle of tbe compaoy sown after Mr. Col quhoun waa appointed superinten dent,' and consequently, la oow on the sbady side of Easy street, Onanelally speaking. lie thinks be Is entitled to a long rest, aod with his wire left lasi week for Scotland. Bis many fj'ipda lau htpi ptHUrMt UIB9- ' This will save your Life. By inducing you to use Dr. King's New Discovery, Consumption, Coughs and Colds. The only Guaranteed Cures NO Cure. NO Pay. YoorDnuj- giM wui warrant, iu ABSOLUTELY CURES Grip. Influenza, Asthma, 15 roncal til, Whooping Cough, Pneumonia, or any ; Affection of the Throat and Lunira TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. lUyaaaat (fete CO rjjts (uk) sJjMr News and Opinions or National Importance ALONE CONTAINS BOTn. Ually.by mall, Jally aad Sunday, by mall, Sayaar. 8 ayaar. the Sunday Suft Is tha freatest Sunday Nowapapsr 10 the world: PrleeSrt.aeopy. B y mall 3 a year. Address Tha San. New Fork KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Pyramid Ledge, No. S. Meetlnit nlg-hu. First and Third Tuesdays of each month. 'laltlng- brothers cordially welcomed. Wat BLACKSÜRK' C, 0. O.B. BilTTH, K. of E . 8 If you want to buy a Watch Or to have a Watch Repaired Go to liixson's, El Pafeo Tex. That's all. MM,e BO YEARS' EXPERIENOK TflACX Makks DCSIONS r w vurfmvn i Aamu m'1l"f ttttrti and dtwoiipUnn .ey qHlefctlT wcrttii our opinu frea heibar M i.Tntlaa le probblr invusntjihie. Conimanlnsv Il'mi iiruw-iy amuutiiiiiiu. mihiuw'b w . .-w Mill rrea, uinwei tsarn-y vi s.ui-iiii Patents taken tbrouib Aluna h ti-u tvU4, wtthoai ol)nt. la U a. s idlr . ... 4 qHlefctlT wcrttii our opinu fr nether M Ii.Tntlaa le probblr puntjahie. Conimanlnsv ii. .. , I - M . .... . i I 1 1 .ndlwtb nti PailaUiLál in k Cft. TokW Scitntiííc Jlmericait A hJirlomelT llhtitratad weekly. Lamat ehv eolauuli of any srieniino Journal. Tartu., M a Mr t foar niontba, SL ooio dj aju newatuaua Jill Braocb Ooloa. i co.si'New York Ooua e W atU Washtaatun, A 0. Cope BWodo, ras, Si'iric Acid, , . Made from thecelebratedCLIÍTOlí Ores. Free from Antimony and Arsenic. i . HIQII ELECTRICAL EMEROT. Gives inore satisfactory results In Reduction Works tbao any Chemical Id the market. A long rrela-ltt haul sared to the eoniusQerf Id both territories. Prices in competition with tbe Eastern Markets. Arizona Coppt. 1 Co. CLIFTON. ARIZONA. It Is A Fact THAT -Tlie Sita FROX DEMING- or EL PAÍS O TO ALL POINTS EAST Is The Very Best. Aek Aa-entsat above potuts or those named below for routes, rates and toldera. GEO. E, ROE, CW. .?. BLACK, O, F. A P. A. 0. P. Agent Tor)cka. Kl Paso. Tille Abstract Co. Mrs. O. S. Warren sec. SILVEU CITY ISEW MEX. Only set of ABSTRACT BOOKS In the County. Correct Abatraou at lowest prloes. Abstracts for Minina; Patents Specialty, Mrs .0, S. Warren surance. SILVER CITY Transfleta i General Banking Busi ness. Foreign Exchange and Mexican Money Bought and Sold, Money to Loan on Good Security at Currents Rates of Interest. Fire, Life, Accident and Plate Glass In- N1W MEX The Bank of Deming TOM TONÓ- & CO; 1HE NEW BRICK RESTAURANT. Tab Is inppUsd with the best la the market. Everytbiag seat aad olean. WESTERN LI LERA I -. . i . -. -1 Bubscrlbsforand adTaftlse a Tie Western lera' PoUlalredai LcrJ.ts'b'CLTtr, 2íT. ... . . i-1 ÍCH M Inl'nr Camp. Smeltawa asat íd tlon Works surrauara mm 0 rRríesTatpéperl at StlV Oty, a unos ororty muss. Ü" TON the Korth ot as has Malcaa sol lu N ORTHKAST lies 6oU Hill. JOTJTH of ns Are Bkaiapaara aad fTrEi' 3 s OTJTHWKBTls araylora Tille. K8T areStala's Pass eaa thaVaW'no B' w NOB HWIST Camp. LORDSBURG Is tha Depot af saflrtlaa IVrjV6' ' mining alstrtstaad for tka hamlrsala af D. H. KEDZIE, NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER. TJ alead State Court Caatatlsatonar sutkor- sed io traosaot Land Oflos hnslnasi. Lordsburc Few Mextoo u. S. DirUTT MINEKAL SDaTIlTOE. OABLIS I. CHEBTBB. 0. 1. i SiLna Citt. N. M. Oaderaround mine surra rs and sarln lar work of any klad proanptly attandad to. Hydrsullo work a spaolalty. . i . Loi.LINCAME & COM OFFICE N LABcSíSío-tY t-MUhtdinCulotade.laio. Samples brciailor ifr.s willreceif c prompt ano carehuattrailoa 'il t, P"ll'nn Hanntd.MaMas saataaise csrrrjf'in Trrt IOOIt. ei car load lota. .ul.UCl.JU .V.li Write lor Uraa.v tt vaausaa issa. W. ReHtharl. V It, BuuroN ttoRK a arf&uiTT r. a sm aa oeúis sa ' t . ' r t THE GILA RIVER ntbe North tka Mexican Li Oath Souoh THE Li BERAL CoTers sll this vast tsn-ltarr ass Is issrsryv' tbs interests ef; MINERS, MBltCHANTI, XIKCXAinCt, ITOCSÍtftu And in faot all aa Uva la filiisillu iar aatr luaraliarala Tianr. Taraas at Sane aad paisa . 6u year.. i... , ....tti u laootbs I I dree monta I.,,. .... J raot. f ablisbed ersaj Prista y a umm' C7 \n\n trates. t a TV .i a at OA iij Of the Atierirna -orkirifr man i "gen- pis noca.