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LORDSBURQ, JUNE 30, 1905. J. A. Leahy made a trip down to El Paso, oo business, returning Wednes day. C. W. Wilcox, Jr., of El Pago, la Ha itian with hi friend, J. A. Leah?, Jr., la Lordsburg. Misa Georgia ITumphrey, of Cana dian, Texas, U In town visiting her brother, T. V. Humphrey. Ilardle Fuller, who is now firing ao ngioe out of Tucson, made a run into town Sunday, to visit bia relatives. Mrs. L. M. Crocker left Monday for Long Beach, to spend the summer with her daughter, Mm n. 3. Shafer. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Colhath, who live a few miles from Gold Hill, last Monday - rooming. Mrs. Alex Veitch came down from Clifton and took the California train Monday for Long Beach, where her mother and daughter are stopping. Constable McGrath made a most commeodablo move the first of the week. He gathered a little money and hired a Mexican to sweep the main street of the city. The work was well done, and the appearance of the etreet greatly improved. Mr. Mc Grath ba9 been Invited to repeat the operation often. H. S. Spense, the mining engineer who has been spending a great deal of time the past year or so at Steeple rock, was In the city Saturday, return ing from England, where he has been for some months, lit is reported that Mr. Spense has made arrangements to lo considerable work at Steeplerock, and has the backing of a strong devel opment company. The Eagle Drug Mercantile com pany's cash register went on a strike Tuesday. After ringing up a cash ale one of the keys stuck, and none of the drawers could be opened. In order to have the keys of the machine handy they were In one of the drawers, which wan supposed to open by re leasing a catch. The company tele graphed after new keys, but IT. L. Gammon took a sby at the machine, and soon bad the outside of it off, and was able to get at the machinery, and release the stuck key. Professor F. A. Jones, the mining engineer, was In the city, and went out to take a look at the Clara Sutton, for T. A. Lister, president of the "North American mining company, who basan option on It. The Sutton is a fiatenied claim, lying parallel and ad joining the Lust, Chance. It Is a fis sure vein, about three feet wide with a pay streak of some four luches. Owing to th water In the shaH the professor could not get tUiwu to take a tunic at the workings. Mr. Lister Is imttlng a whim on the shaft, und soon will have it unwatered, as the water In It is nothing but seepage water. He Intends to do considerable devel opment work on it this sumiuer. He will also open an assay ofllce, having ecured the services of Professor Jones' sou to do the assaying, the same man who was employed by the Lena com pany a few years ago, as an asttayer. Lordsburg lost one of its oldest In habitants Monday, in the death of J. P. Ownby, who has lived here ever inee there was any Lordsburp. Mr. Ownby was born in Memphis, Tennes ee seveuty-six years ago. In 1832, with his young wife, he started on the overland trail for California. The party camped at Lcitendort'a wells, a few miles south of here. lie lived for many years in southern California, working at bis trade of carpenter and builder. When the Southern Pacific built west from Los Angeles he was In lu employ, and was at the front when It reached Lordsburg. lie decided this was a good place to stay, and set tled here In 1880. He built a hotel, the Qwnby Xlouse, which for many years was the leading hotel of the place, aud was torn down to make room for the present Vendóme. At one time he was engaged In the mer cantile business here. His wife died In 1897, and since ber death he has Dot taken an active part in life. For sev eral months be has been quite feeble, and while suffering from no particular disease seemed to gradually fade away, -death coming Monday morning, while - at bis son Bramble's residence. lie left two sons, B. B. and J. It. Ownby, and a daughter, Mrs. Ralph Fetterly of Tucson, and two grandchildren, to mourn bis death. He was burled Tuesday afternoon, the ceremonies, at Lis particular request, being conduct- by the Masons, of which fraternity he 'bad for many years been a member. ' He was connected with the Deming lodge, and Master Frank Delaney and brothers Tboa. Hudson, Hugh Williams and Watkins came up, and assisted by the local masons, conducted the funeral after the ancient rite prescribed by the ritual of the order. Services were held In the Christian church, and the ioterrmeot was in the Shakespeare cemetery. Mr. Ownby was a good cltlteo, and bad many friends all over this section of the country. He was a member of the Christian church, and always voted the Democratic ticket. ' TIJ.E KOMANCE CT CHARLIE LEE Last Friday the LuiRRAt printed an Item telling of the arrival of a fair one from San Francisco, who would bo married to Charlie Lee, as soon as the marriage license arrived, and that Chinese Inspector Connell would give the bride away. The license was de layed and Mr.Oocnell acted as a "kill- Cupid," and the troubles the lovers have had has been the most interest ing bit of gossip that Lordsburg bas had In many a long day. Mr. Lee Is a Chinese merchant, and under the Chinese exclusion act has the same right here as any other for eigner. This right also extends to his family. He had tired of single blessed ness, and wanted a wife, one of bis own race. Some years ago he mar-led a Mexican woman, but the union did not turn out a happy one. The woman was murdered near Stein's Pass some time since, ne was not disconsolate. To get a wife of his own race he had to send away, or go. His business kept hi in at home, and be arranged a mar riage by correspondence, somethlog after the manner of many that have been arranged by Americans in this section, who are too busy to go hunt a wife, which are commonly called the Montgomery Ward marriage, as It Is supposed this firm of providers often act as the introducers of those who wish to commit matrimony. Mr. Lee corresponded with his friend Mrs. Laura Marche, in San Francisco, and asked ber to get him a Chinese wife. Mrs. Marche is a native daugh ter of tbe golden west, of Chinese par entage. She Is well educated in Amer ican ways and manners, speaks Eng lish fluently, and after listening to ber talk to a Chinamen one would easily believe that she talked the Chinese language as fluently. Mrs. Marche knew Lilly Chung, a Chinese maiden, who was working In an American family. Miss Chung, when a child, bad been sold by her mother as a slave In a Chinese family. After a year of this life she ran away and went to the Methodist mission on Washington street, San Francisco, where she was cared for. After she got old enough she made an honest living, working as a servant in Ameri can families. As Mrs. Marche said, Miss Chung had to work bard, and thought it would be better to be an old man's darling, and Mr. Lee is not a youth. The courtship was carried on by letters, pictures exchanged, and Qoally a marriage engagement entered into. Miss Chung, with Mrs. Marche as a chaperone, arrived In Lordsburg for tbe wedding. After tbe arrival it was found that a marriage license was necessary. The Rev. N. I). Wood, who was going to perform the ceremony, offered to send for tbe license, as tbe law permits, but Charles Dunn, Jr., Mr. Lee's book keeper, butted In' tnd said he would attend to that. Mr. Wood attempted to explain that it was necessary for a person who was authorized to perform the marriage ceremony to take tbe ap plication for a license, but Mr. Dunn, with tbe wisdom Originating In Ken tucky, aud accumulated through many years, insisted on attending to this work, and be sent after the license. As he bad no authority to perform the bedding ceremony the county clerk, very properly," refused to Issue tbe license. It was at this time that Chinese In spector Connell broke into tbe game. He arrested Miss Chung as a Chinese person improperly In this country, and was going to have her deported. It Mr. Wood bad been allowed to do as hs wanted, tbo license would have been here on time, Miss Chung would have been Mrs. Lee, and as the wife of a merchant would have had a right Id the country. Thursday evening Mr.-Wood took their application for a license and for warded It to the county clerk Friday. Then tbe effort was made to have the case postponed until tbe license could get heie. Inspector Connell acted very nicely about tbe matter, but Deputy United States Attorney, E. L. Medler, who had arrived to attend the case, announced that he would prevent tbe wedding, if possible. Telegrams were sent from Lords burg to tbe department of Immigra tion and commerce urging delay. Governor Otero was appealed to and be also telegraphed the department, of immigration. The case was brought before Commissioner Titus Saturday, and was postponed until Monday, so Captain Beall, an El Paso attorpey, could get there to defend tbe casei It was figured out that tbe marriage license would get bere Sunday after noon, tbe marriage would be complet ed In spite of tbe United States At torney, and all would be well. The license did not arrive, but Captain Beall did. Monday be went before the commissioner, and asked to have the NOTICH FOB PUBLICATION. LAND ollice at fjuCruoea. New Moneo, "une ÍU, IK. Not lo le burotiy kItsu that the fol- lowing-namou settler oes med notitie 01 ma in umtiou to make dual proof insotioortof hid cluun, and thai said proof will be made before ioo: H. Keole, U. o. Cou rt Cotuuuaeioner at tils ofttoe at Lordabttrfr. N.Kl.,on August 5th, l"6, via. Bosle M. Muir for the HK'4, NW'á, BWS4, NR. WK, BE tieo. 26, Tp. K4a, H 17 VV. N ., P M. He names the following- witnesses to prove till oonlluuous resilience upou and cultiva tion of, aaid land, tii : Tuo. Keunedv, of Haohita. N M ; J. H. Muir, of Hwpar.N M ; Win. Kltlott. of Ued Bock, N.M.I K. a. Harria, ot Seotr, N.M. . Jerome Martin. , kotflator. y w ir DANOER 510NAL5. . No rtfrlnr would bfl mad enough ta run by the flar which aiKiialed duunor. It Is different with the avorage man or woman. i ney attempt constantly to run by the dan r I g n a 1 s of Mature and that attempt coats thousands of lives every year. When the a p pot lie becomes Irragu- I n r nr antlKtl tnu ..... whnn ileep it troubled and broken, when there Is a constant fueling of dull neea and languor, Nature is hoisting the danger alg nal. The stomach and lis allied organs are falling In thui. ...... U .. , , is losing the nutrition on V which its strength de- penda. I Such a condition calls Jf for a prompt ose of t)r. jl l !.-.... I i. . t .i .... l ltl--C Discovery. It curas dis enso of the stomach and other organa of digoatlon and nutrition, puriliea and enríe he the blood and builds up the body with sound, solid flesh. " I hv V a .1 . ...I. 1 ft from your ntedlrliiHe am glad to nay a few words that you may use for publication. ' writ y Mr. J. R. Iioirn, Crystal Lake. Ooun. Had been troubled with a comnllcatlon of dlwiaaee for ovar two rears, but kldneya and livor bothered me DxwU Borne of my worn alimenta were headftehe, frequent ralna around heart and under right aboulder blaile. My banda and feet were cold nearly all the time, and I bad inch chtlluien be tween shouldore Home days cared but little for food: I lost flesh! felt ao tired and nils erable It teemed I couldn't do any house work. Took tnedlelne from my physician, but received ro Iwneilt. Bouitht a bottle of (.olden Medical IMacovery,' and after tak ing It I fell ao much better we determined to give It a fair trial. Appetite Boon Improved and gradually the disorders dlaappeaxvd oja tU now I am well." A dreat Doctor Book Free. Send 21 one cent stamps to Dr. K. V. Pierce, Buffalo, ft. Y.. to cover cost of mailing only and he will send you a free copy of hlB 1008 page Cotamon cnNe Medical Advltwr, paper-covered. Cloth-covered 31 stamps. Dr. Pierce' PcUet Cure Conatlpatioo. case postponed, so that be might have time to secure evidence. Tbe case was postponed until August 28th, and Miss Chung was released under $1,000 bail for ber appearance on that date. Mr. Lee, Tom Tung and Tom Pock each qualified to a thousand dollars In real estate, and made her bond. Monday Mr. Lee received a letter from tbe county clerk Informing blm that as be was about to mall tbe license be received a telegram from United States Attorney Medler inter posing objections to tbe issuance of such license. He at once telegraphed Mr. Medler asking for grounds In de tail, and Mr. Medler telegraphed him as follows: "Lilly Chung unlawfully In tbe United States; bas no certificate; at tempt being made to marry ber to Chinese merchant; she Is now under arrest; Issuance of license and marriage pending deportation case will be ob struction of Justice and parties in volved subject to criminal prosecu tion." Tbe county clerk wrote: "In view of these clrcumstanees I deem it my duty to defer action as regards issu ance of license until I can make furth er Investigation." After considering ' the matter the probate clerk conclude to issue tbe license. MARRIED In Lordsburg, New Mex ico, by M. W. McGrath, J. P., June 29. Charlie Lee, of Lordsburg, and Lillte Cbung, of Sao Francisco. Cuban Diarrhoea U.S. soldiers who served in Cuba during tbe Spanish war know what this disease Is, and that ordinary rem edies have little more effect than so much water. Cuban diarrhoea is al most as severe and dangerous as a mild attack of cholera. There is one remedy, however, that can always be depended upon as will be seen by the rollowing certificate from Mrs. Minnie Jacobs, of Houston, Texas : " I hereby certify thatCbamberlain's Colic, Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy cured my husband of a severe attack of Cuban diarrhoea, which be brought borne from Cuba. We had several doctors, but they did him no good. One bottle of this remedy cured blm, as our neighbors will testify. I thank God for so valuable a medicine." For sale by all dealers In medicine. 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