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LORDSBURG, NEW MEXICO MAY 23, 1902. Con loh.tirlptlon SPrTiK 4lugl Voplrsie Ceta Pi WESTERN LIBERAL. Lordabart Na Hexlco. PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. ttj UUKl B. KKDZIE , Subscription Price. three Month 11 f -"MntIh, On Tear Subscription Always Pavableln Advanoe OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. FEDERAL- B 8 Hodor Delegate to Cotiareiw M. A.Otero.. Governor J. W. Haynold. Secretary w j Mg Cblof Justice 3. V. Cru r packer.'.'.'.' Associate Daniel H. McMillan Associate Jo. K. McKie Associate FrnuK W. Par'4Jr Associate Quluoy Vance surveyor-Oendral A. L. Morrison United States Col ector W. 6 Chimera V. 8. District Attorney C. M. Foruker U 8. Marshal J. H. Campbell Deputy C. 3. Marshal J. B, Sheridan U. 8. Coal Mine Inspector M. K. Otoro Santa Fe Keg, Land Offloe ft. p. Hobart. Banta Fo Kcc. Land Office K.Sollfnao LasCruccs. ...Keg. Land Office H.D. Bowman Las Cruoes. ..Hco. Land Office Howard Lvland Koswell Reg. Land OIHco D. L. Gayer, Koswell Bcic. Land Office B W. Fox Folsom Reg. Land Offlco A. W. Thompson Reo. Land Office TEEUITOEIAL. V L Bir'lntt. Sollcltor-Oeueral B. C. Abbott S-in' a Fe Dist. Atloruoy W H. H. Llewollyn.. Las Cruces Jf. W. Clancy. Albuquerque .... Chat. A. Spless Las Vegas " Geo. W. Pritohard, White Oaks. " Lafayetto Emmett Librarian Jase D. Sena Clerk Supreme Court H O lUirsum Supt. Penitentiary V H Whiten Adjutant General J.H.Vagbn Treasurer W.O.Sargent Auditor J T Chaves Supt. Public Instruction Jno. K Clark Coal Oil Inspector J. D. Hughes Public Prln.er OOnaT OF ffilVATE LAND CLAIMS. wt,h U. Rood of Iowa, Chief J ustlce. Associate JosxiCES-Wilbur t. Stone, of Colorado; Thomas C. Fullor, ol North Caroli na' W illiam M. Murray, of Tenucssee; Henry C Biuss, of Kaasas. a.attnew Q. Reynolds, of Missouri, U.'S. Attorney. COUHTY. k. B. Murray County Commissioner g'j: 8wart County Commissioner If M Crocker County Commissioner Mirara linker Probate J udge H. MAnlnoh Probate Clerk Joan Ollletae Assessor Arthur s. OOodell Sheriff Airan V, Wolte Sohool Suporintendont Adolpta Wluel Treasurer George B. Brown Surveyor PEEOINOT. M W M O rath Justice of the Peace Hlj.McOrath Tu Vehool Dlreotors-H. L. Gammon. K. C. Belt J.R.Owuby. .6onthrB Pcifio Eailtoad. Lordsaurg Tlme'lable. WtTBOOD.. i-M-nwer A8TBOÜHD Í:3 '""'''rainVnin on Faoifio Time. 7! kStschmItt. üenoru- Manager. Arlseaa Hew Mexico Kallw KOUIUBOOMU A. M. Lacdsburg. Jig nauoan ' w;ijB (Miitoo iOOTHBOOKD A. M. . .... b:itu CStfioB v iu;au buiiuaa n;44 Lofdaburg .' Traiua run dally. Mountain time. P.M. I:uu ;15 P.M l..lu H.iij FILIPINO NAMES. IL CROCKER, M. D, rkyslolaa Surgeon. New Mexico rtsbarf M. J. EGAN AtTOnMBY AT LAW. hfloe tnlbe ArlronaCorperCompany'i Bulld ono,,n' bag Wait ildaoi Biver. I Arizona. ALVAN N. WHITE, Attorney and SoUoltor, i)UrtnMwUlrooiv. prompt iM.ntlon 4ffle. Boom. 8b.eph.rd Building -vt.CTTT NEW MEXICO 9 ' J03. BOONE. AjnouiTBY . corvsKMoa. - 'Awitaemll the COCrtS an towJ - jm'tt"' U territory. ra finirul flatly ITare Their Orlarin Explained hy Fancifal Leaende. Mnnj- Fllip'no líiuh b linve had thrlr origin cxhiiuod by fanciful leetul anil truditlonH. KvPry nauio baa a IIK'H ni uti. J:iro Is callofl by unwlucateil Vlaa yntin SnlnK, wlilch liicanN cup. Tlip Ifj tiid which pnrpnrn to give tho deriva tion of tills mime daloH back to th time when the motikpya und parrotH ruli'd the lslnnds. Once thfr was n grfat drotiL'ht, and thire was no place where wutT was to b- found In all the moiintalnM. So sco'lts wi-re fnt 0'it to look for wntrr, nnd 1 1 1 ' y truv pi'd mini v mil" until tln v funii to a jpnt wIutm (he rlvor Uuw.'d all the year and vvIhto food was uhvu.vs plen ty. They look n nip of water to prove tln'ir tlnd u ml wurit ba' k to their com imtilniiH. who Joui'ieyed to the waler and allied the place Salop, or nip. When the babes adopted by the ruon keys ufter Hip Kin titer at Iloilo rew tip nnrl possessed the land, they re ttilnrd the tinnie. I.yiicod In Vlsaynn mrans "sit down." 7'he town or I.yiicod, thirty miles from Iloilo. is suld to have received Us name tiecitUKP the ilrst settlers were cliuibliiR the mountain when they became tired and Bald, "Let us sit down." They sat down where the town now stands aud found the place so agreeable that they rcuiulued uud built the town. "sri I.ncU For nn Aclrmi, Terbups one of the must try in it con tretemps that occurred on the Ameri can stage, writes Julia Marlowe, over took a sister artist of mine when she was giving the first perfoi uiauce of a serious and elaborate play in an impor tant America n city. In the reut enio llnnal scene the sister of the character played by my friend falls at her feet In a passion of tears mid entreaties. The heroine etoojis to raise the strick en creature nnd in tones that unite pleading and command cries, "(Jet up, Anne: get up!" On the evening In question one of that breed of imp children, a gallery boy. amid the deathlike silence which followed the great outburst, clucked twice, after the manner of one starting a horse. It would have been a phe nomenally self restrained audience that could have resisted such a lapse from the sublime to the ridiculous. The scene went to pieces, the curtain was rung down, and the actress sought her dressing room In a gulp of hysterics. Saturday Evening Tost. tVfcy Bolted Water Freeaee Gaally. Water which la hot of course cannot freeze until It baa parted with Its heat; but water that bus been boiled will, other" things beinjt equal, freeze sooner thun water which has not been bailed. A slight disturbance of water disposes It to freeze more rapidly, and this is tho cause which accelerates the freez ing of boiled water. The water that has been boiled has lost the air natu rally contnlned In It, which on exposure to the atmosphere it begins again to attract and absorb. During this proc ess of absorption a motion is neces sarily produced among its particles, slight certainly and Imperceptible, yet probably suthclent to accelerate Its congelation. In unboiled water this disturbance does not exist; Indeed, water when kept perfectly still can be reduced several degrees below the freezing point without its becoming tee. A Chance to t)ry. Lord DutTerin always said that the happiest years of bis long official life were those spent In Calcutta. He rev eled in the sunshine. A friend one day expostulated with him for his reckless exposure of lilmself to the weather. "Well, you see," said the viceroy, "they have always sent me to cold places. They sent me as viceroy to Canuda, where one must live two-thirds of the year In buffalo furs. They sent tue to St. Petersburg, where one has to hiber nate like a beur. So when they ordered me to India I rubbed my hands and aid to myself, 'Now I can hung myself up to dry.' " Botchers and Bine. The blue smock of the butcher, snye an English paper, has ofteu aroused curiosity. The color was originally adopted by the guild of butchers In the middle nges lit a time when each trade bad its distinguishing color; but, while other guilds dropped their colors, butch ers stuck to blue because blood stains are less noticeable upon that color than upon any other. At a very early period blue was the universal wear of serving men. It was then the chcupest of dyes. Sir Walter Scott In his well known poem "Murmiou" talks of "au old, blue coated bervlng wuu." Domeallo Tríala. Mr. Nugget Oh. what's the matter with you? You're forever tiudiug fault Mrs. Nagget (sweetly! Well, that equalizes things. You're forever losing one. Mr. Nagget Losing one? Mrs. Nagget Yes, your temper. Sure ly that's a fault. Catholic Bwodard and Time. ta Thl Set "Why do men flock after widows? "I'.eciiuse." explained ihe sweet young thing, not without a touch of bitter ness, "the average man lacks confi dence In his own Judgment, and In the case of a widow bp feels that he Is merely backing the Judgment of an other mau." Chicago Post- Don't be offensive In your politeness. When you ask a man to lake your seat, don't add that you are younger and more able to stand.-Atchlson Globe. It's what people don't know about a popular man that makes blm popular. Chicago News. Roveals A tirrat secret. It U often asked how such startling cures, that, puzzle the hest phNsiclan., are effected by Dr. Kind's New Dis covery for consumption. Here's the secret, 'tcuts out tho phlegm aud germ infected mucus, and lets the life-giving oxygen enrich and vitalize the blond It heals the intUuied, cough-worn tbfoat and lungs. Hard colds and stubborn coughs soon yield to Dr. King's New Discovery, the most infallible remedy lor all throat and lung diseases. Guarinleed bul lio 6Uc and $1.00. Trial bottles fiee all di ugglhts and dealers in medicine-. Officials of the .-ants Fe raiiwa) company are establishing a pinuitive Indian village at Uanjou Diablo, Arl zona, where about two bundled uieiu bers of the Navajo and Mosqui tribes will take up residence. The Indians will follow the customs of their lore fai hers. They are expert blanket weavers and makers of bai-keis and pollery, Thej are also oikersof sil vr lor Jewelerj. The unique village will be completed dm nig tne coining mouth utid overland panneuger train will stop at the station thirl) minims, allowing pcissengeis to sea ludiau life as it was in eaily days. . THE SUBE WAY lopievent put-uuixiiia aud cunsump tion i lu cuie our cold when it tlisi appears. AckerV English remedy wi.i stop the cough iu a nlgni, and drive tlie cold out ol your syslem. Ala)a a quick aud suie cure lor asthma, aud ürouchiü, aud all throat and luug troubles. It It does unt satisiy you the urugglsts will tefund your money. Write lu us for Ifee sample. W. M. Hooker & Co,, buffalo, N. Y. Eagle Drug Metcauule coiupauy. WHAT. IN HUlLUHt A grand old remedy tor cough, cold aud consumption; used through the world fur ball a century, has cured luiiummauie cases ol incipient cuu sumption aud relieved many iu ad vauced stages. It you are not satis tleu with tue results we will reiuud our money, lr'ncc 20 cis., 0 cu aud 11.00. Fur sale by Mctiratu Bios A special to the ljeuvcr News from WasniuuLou sas: Fruvisluu will no doubt be maue iu the general uetlcieu cy bill when it comes tu toe seuate lor the re-survej ol the uouudary line be tweeu Colorado aud New Mexico. Tne lntei ior di pari meut is at pieseut euguged iu making estimates of tbe cost of this survey. Tuese will be lorwaidtd to Senator Teller, with the lecuuiiueudalions that au appropria liuu be madeaud tbe department autnunzéd tu undertake the work. The csiima'.e cost will be in the utigbbuihood ol 10,000. W hat Thin Folks Need. Is a greater power ol digesting and ussiiuuiiiauiig loud. or tliciu Dr. King's New Lile pills work wuudeis. iufc) toue aud regulate the digestive oigaiis, geatly tXpcl ail poisons liom the system, enncu the biood, improve ibe appetite, make healthy flusb. Unl iocatal! drufgisis aud dealt-r iu medicines. Try the new remedy for cost i venes, Chamberlain's torrio and l'ver tuhltA Rvurv her ci'rAr.nf il. Pi tee, 26 cents. orieby tit J aK i ra ra itteQiwuiiN . - i Professor Henry Williams Sllllmau, au authority ou geolog), predicts luat the cxtiuct volcauoes of the Uock) Mountain, of wbiCu there is a cuuice vaneiv within sight nt Santa Ft, Las Vegas and Albuquerque, are liable ti break furtn agaiu at any time, it i ceuain, however, that Ibis announce meut will have no effect ou real estate values lu this part of the cuuutry. New Mexican. Sick ukadaciik absolutklt and permanently cured by Usiug MokiTea. A pleasant herb driuk. Cures cuu station and indigestion, makes you eat, sleep work and happy. Satisfac tion guaranteed or mouey back. 25 cis. aud 50 cis. Eagle drug mercau tile cjmpany. MANY A tOVEtt Has turned away with disgubt from au otherwise lovable girl with an olte.u slve breatb. Karl's cluver root bra purities tbe breatb by its action on the bow t-is, etc., as nothing feic- "i" ft. id tor ear "li absulule gúaraüiti-, t rice -U cis., aud AU cl i i'i b, lC(rilU aVrtAuvra. -. llulils Up A Conffreontiiu. "At the end of the CHiiipalii,'' writes Champ f lark, Missouri's brilliant con gressman, "from overwork, nervous tension, loss of sleep and constant speaking I had about utterly collapsed. It seemed that all the organs lu my body were out of order, but three bot tle of E ectric Bitters made me all right, it's Hip best all round medi cine ever sold over a drugsilsts coun ter." Over worked, run down men and weak.ttickly ouien gain splendid health and vitality from Electric Bitters. Try them. Only 50c. Guar anteed by all druggists and dealers la medicines. A petition signed by many of the leading citizens and taxpiu rs of the county of Thus hss heen prescuied to Judge John K. McKie praying that tne coming June term of the dis trict court fur that county be omitted as there are no important cases upon tne ducket, and no prisoners in tbe county J;til Hnd the state of the busi ness of t he court does not demand the holding of such term. The petition also states that nn serious crimes have been commit ted In the cmrity since me last term of the court and that therefore there is n" business on hand that will denn.iid toe serious atlen i Ion of a grand j'irv. IHDIGESriON ' . Is the cause nl moie discomfort than any other ailment. If you eat the l binus you want, and that are good for you, you are distressed. Acker's Dyspepsia Table's will make your di gest ion perfect and prevent dtspepsla and its attendant ni-agieeuble symp, loins. Yu can safelv eat anything at any lime if yon take one of these tablets afteraa d Suld h all drug gists under a positive guarantee. 25 ets. Money refunded If you are not satisfied. Send to us forH free sample. W. II. Honkei & Co., li.ilTalo, N. Y. YOl'.NU HUTilKRI Cmup Is the terror of ihousands of young mothers because its outhreak Is so agonizing and frequently fatal, fthiloh's cough and consumption Cure acts like magic in cases of croup. It has never been known to fall. The worst cases relieved immediately Price 25 cis., 50 cts. and 1,00. For sale by McGratn Brothers. II. W. Fan banks, a noted geologist and geographer, left Albuquerque last Thursday lor Las Cruces where he will study the interesting features' of the Klu Grande valley. He was at Albuquerque three days studying to pographical Conditions. He has also spent two months In northern New Mexico. Before going to Colorado he will visit San Marcial, El Paso, Otero, Lincoln aud Guada upe counties go ing as far as Tuciiiiic-iri. Biliousness is a condition chiracter ized by a di-turbance of the digestive organs. Yhe stomach Is debilitated, the liver torpid, the bowels const ipat ed. There is a lout hing of to"d, pains in the bowels, dizziness, coated tongue and vomiting, Ilrst of the undigested or partly digested food and then of bile. Chamberlain's stomach and liver tableis iillav Ihe disturbances of the stomach and create a healthy ap petite. Tbev also tune up ihe liver to a healthy action and regulate tne bowels. Try them and you arecertain to he much pleased with the result. For sale by all dealers In medicines. YOU TKf IT. If Shilnh's cough and consumption urp, which is sold for the smiil sum if 25 cts., 50 cts. and 00, does not cure take the bottle hack and we will refund your money. Sold for over Ufty years on this guarantee. Price 25 cts. and 50 on. For sale by McGratb Brothers. Stand Like a Ntoun Wall Between your children and the tor tures of Itching and burning eczemi. scaldhead or other skin diseases. How? whv, bt ulng Bucklen's Atnl'-s -alve. earth1 greaiers healer Quick e-t cure for ulcers, fever sores, salt rheum, cut, burn, or linn" In rallible for piles. 25c at all druggists and dealer in medicines. Prof. Larkm has discovered near his home a plant of the dreaded Russian i hlstle of i he northwest stales. Thl pest is one of the worst, in existence and should be prevented from gaining a foothold here. It Is possih'e that this region Is too dry for It. hut in the Dakotas It thrives bfst In the rtryest seasons and would probably grow well here. Gallup Republican'. IKYOU ABÉ TKOtlBI.fcO WITB ÍM pure blood, Indicated by sores, pimples, headache, etc. we would recommend Ackei's Blood Elixir, ihirh lindera D"Sii tve guaran e.- It w ni al a cure rrofiiloii or iihiinn n ISI..H snd alt blood nfs e - s 50 1 00 Eigl Drug ilvi'Ci lit cv;ty The Roberts & LeahV MERCANTILE COMPANY GENERAL MERCHANDISE. aolesal TDealera and, ZPotatcesi Í.0R0SBURQ i i íxi Hajr, Oralis ÑEW MEXIC -IOSHCA S R A YNOLD3, President, J. F. WILLIAMS, Cashier U. S. S rÉWAR r. Vice-President. WINCHESTER COOLEY, Asst. Cashier' The First National Bank, 2T1 Pac: T: :as. Capital $2oo,ooo Surplus $5o.0o0i Deposits, $1.5oo,ooo; corresponden rs: Hanover National Hank .'. 'New York. Chemical National Bank : New York. Flrsi National Bank Chicago. Anulo-California Bank. Limited ; .San Francisco. National Bank of Commerce : .......St. Louis. ft L Ofl.01 ft ia M E31 Paso Tez&Éí Capital ----- $loo,ooo Surplus and Profits - $25,000 Deposits over - ' - - $4oo,ooo- The growth of our business has bees steady'and rapid, and we belie bur careful attention to the Interests of our customers bas contributed ) largely to this growth. First at loi Wrtli A FULLY PAID Capital - - - - - $36.Óo'd. Organized in order to give the poople of Clifton and surrounding oountró the facilities óí a modern and up-to-date National Bank", Wo trust yoa wilr give it your business. O'PICERS E. M. William, President. J. 3. Lowrton, Viae President. S. F. IuIImV berger, Cashier. J. N. Robinsoo, Asst. Cashier. D HECTORS E. t. William, Cllftnn, Ari. J. (. Lowdcn, Abilene, Texas. P. F. Greer, SafTord. Ariz. W. F. Hagan, Clifton. Ariz. L. Á. Dunham, Clifton,' Ariz. J. C. Pursier, SalTnrd, Ariz. Sam Abraham, C.lfton, Ariz. J. M: Porter, Globe, Áriz. S. t Sullenbcrger, Clifloo, Ariz. D. W. WICKERSHAM, Pres. I. E. SOLOMON, Vlce-Pre. A. 0. SMITH. Cashier. Dr. W. J. DAVIS, Vic Pres. Gila Valley Ml and Trust Co. ClifloQ, Aril. Balomonville, Aris. Morauoi, Ari' Authorized Capital, $loo,.co0 I iT'O liTtTflDC!. n. W. Wleker.ham, . O . S.nlth I.E. Solomon, Dr. W. s. ULLliUKJ L JL0. Dv,., T OBryaa, O.K. Mills, (iorUun MoLean, Alax. ateieaa AUolph Holomna. Capital Stock, Paid up $5o,0oo; In addition to the power to do general hanking business bas been aidad the Trusi. feature permitting the C inioany to accept and execute trusts of etarf iiamre, kind and rliscrlptlon that may be committed to It. The Bank will have a nest (if Safety Deposit Boxes for rent at Its Clifton office, thus adding a convenience, tba want of wblcb bas long been felt. O , . ' , . 1 'sJ i í v" i. .