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VOL. XIX. NO. 4 LOilDSnUIlG, NEW MEXICO, DECEMBER, 22 1905.- gahanrlptlnn Sf'erTeat Slng-lt-Copl-! Cent WESTERN LIRERAL. New Mfivtoo rURLISHKD FRIDATÍS. liy lXJ.Nl II. ILH.IF. Subscription Prices. Thre Months " B,x Month! 1 73 OwTfir ao (uhscrlptlon Alwav VavaMctn Advance. EARLY CALIFORNIA SHIPS. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. FEDERAL. W H Am'rows Dulonale to Couir'" II. A.Ototo Oovornor j. w. KnvnoKU Secretary W J Mills c,,lpf J"""0" lraA.AI.lH.tt AMmlato i.H. V..P6 A.ociute JnuK.McKle.. A88oci.ite VrnkW.rrkjr Associate 15. A. Mann Afwoclatc M O. Uewoilyn surveyor-nenoral A L. Morrison United Mates Collector W H 1 Icwcllyn U. 8. District Attorney CM.Von.ker TJ. 8. Murobal 00. A. Kaem..n Deputy U. 8. Mnmhul j. K. Sum-idan V. 8. Coil Mine Inspector M. K. Otero . Santa Fo Keir, Land Office Fred Mullcr Snta Fo Hoc. Land Olllce Jerome Mnrtln. Las Cruce ..Keir. Land Office H.I). Bowman Las Cruces. ..Ileo. Land Ollioe Howard Inland Hoswoll. . ....Ufg. I-and Office I I, Qpyer, UnswoU Hoc. Land Office K W.FoxFolsom Keir. Land Office A. W. Thompson Kec. nd 0,llce TEEEITOEIAL. Oeo.W.l'rItehard Attorney-General K. C. Abbott flnnla Fe Dlst- Attorney II. H. Holt ..Lastruccs V. W. Clunoy. Albuquerque .... Chas. A.Spless Las Vcgus " J. Lcuhy Raton T.iifin-ctto Emmett Librarian Joso 1). Hena Clerk Supreme Court II. O. Hursum Supt. Ponltentlary W. II. WhJtcman Adjutant General í. 11, VnuKlm Treasurer W.O. Snrircmt Auditor -Hiiirenlo Homero Coal Oil Inspeovor Hiram Hudk-y Supt. Public Instruction J. D". Huulios Public Printer COUBTY. B. T. Link County Commissioner J. C. Curoton County Ccmmlssloner I. H. Ownby County Commissioner C. IUmnctt Probate Judge W. II Walton Probate Clerk A. n. LHlrd Aasessor f!. A. Farnsworth Sheriff Alvan N, Whlto Bcliool Superintendent A. 8. Coodell Treasurer J. c. M. Keo Surveyor PEEOISOT. M.W.M-Gr'ith Justice of the Poaco H. J. Mob rath Constable liool Directors O. II. Kcdzio, K. C. Bolt J. U. Ownby. How roniatrm Orsw In rioneer Days of the Golden Stat. Tho flrBt European vessel to enter the port of Ran Francisco of which there is any record wnj the Enfrio, lu 1810, commanded by Captain William II. Iavl3. Rhe railed from Boston via the Bnndwlcb Islands and Alaska. She carried on mwortnient of goods which were a revelation to the natives, and their garments of sklus and hides were substituted by tho clothlnjr of civiliza tion, rnyments were ninde In hides, tallow, sonp and fish. The Eaglo then ecnnie enjíagod lu the sea otter trade nd was very Btirceasful, as otters were plontlrul In Ban Francisco bay and nil alona the coast. Bhe made three trips, ncttlnR about $23,000 on each trip. This stimulated others, and this discovery no Jpilt pave an Im petus to commerce which made this port known to the world. Commerce In thoso days of manna was carried on In what nilyht bo term ed a "free and easy" manner. On many articles the duty was 100 per cent, which practically amounted to confiscation or made smuggling neces sary In self defense. The Mexican of ficials generally opened the door. Fre quently vessels were permitted to pass Monterey, the port of entry, going to Yerba Buena and, after selling as much of the cargo as possible, to re turn to Monterey for entry and dis pose of the remainder. The shippers were not sworn as to tho value of the cargo. They gave fic titious invoices and by this means would get off on the payment of $5,000 on a 820,000 cargo. It became so customary to swindle the government ns scarcely to excite comment, except In cases where goods were concealed In false linings of the vessels and the government officials were outwitted. THE SURE WAI to prevent pneumonia, and consurap tion is to cure your cold when It first ppeurs. Acker's English remedy will top the cough in a night, and drive the cold out of your system. Always a quick and sure cure for asthma, and bronchitis, arid all throat and lung troubles. Ifit does not satisfy you the druggists will refund your money Wrlto to us for free sample. W. II Hooker & Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Eagle Drug Mercantile company. Southern Pioifio Eailroad. I,ordbargTlmelable. No. 48 WfiRTBOtlNn. . M. T. K. 7:01) A. M. 13 :S rasoniror BASTBOUND A, . Passenuer 8:68 Trains run on PaclHcllmo. u o r,,tr,u It. H.lNOBAM, n,.nr,'.i Miinuirer. General Superintendent, (i. V. KirUAHltRON, Bupt. W.A McUovkun. tiupcriutomlcnt, . of Transp'l K. N. Bhown Asst. Superintendent. ArUona New Mexico 1 tullw aoninBouHD P.M Lordsburg Duneau mtut. SOUTHBOUND A. M Clifton :J IJuoliiU 1-.10 1.M . Trains run dally. Mountain time. M. M. CROCKER, M. D. Physician andSurceoa. rwstrlet 8urireon Southern Pacido and Arizona & New Mexico Railroads, Burgeon to American Consolidated Copper Co, LOKH8BUBO - NKwMrxico. M. J. EGAN ATTORNEY AT LAW OfBoe lnthe ArlionaCopperCompany's Bulld latf V et sluo ulltlvcr. Gillton. - Arizona ALVAN N. WHITE, Attorney and Solicitor AUbusinoss will receive prompt atl Ion Ofllce: Rooms 3 and 4 Shephard Building BullarUIstreut, BTT.VERCITV NEWMKXICO SitariptiOH Agency. Thi Libikai. has made arrangement U tmte SUBSCRIPTIONS TOR ANY PERIODICAL Persons w ish lng to subsoJlbe for any period can leave their subscriptions at this office and will receive the pauor or raagaalue through the poitoBic A long, slow friendship Is the best a lone, slow enmity me aeaancst. Merrluui. Xlavlns been poor Is no shame, but being ashamed of It la. FrauU.Hu. MOKITEA rOSITINELY CUUE9 BICK headache, indigestion and coDstipa' tlon. A delightful herb drink. He moves all eruptions of tho skin, piO' duclng a perfect complexion, or money refunded. 25 cts and 50 cts. Eagle drug mercantile company. The elegant Carnegie library build ng In Roswell baa about been com pleted and It will be turned over by the contractors to the city in a few days. IF YOU ARE TROUBLED WITH IM pure blood, indicated by sores, Dimples, headache, etc.. we would recommend Acker's Blood Elixir, which we sell under a positive guaran tee. It will always cure scrofulous or syphilitic doIsIods and all blood dls eases. 60 cts. and $1.00. Eagle Drug Mercantile company. lle Your stomach Rest. Ncthlng will cure Indigestion thnt doesn't digest the food, Itself, and Ive the stomach rest. You can't ex pect that a weak stomach will regain Its strength and get well when It Is compelled todo tti full work that a non nd stomach should do. You wouldn't expect a sick horse to get well when It Is compelled to do a full day's work every day of tho week. Kodol Ilvqnerisln í?tirn ta a rierfeet. --- - -- - . i . , uu.v i - distant and digests the food regard- ess of the condition of your stomach. Relieves Indigcstloo, rtelcblng, Sour Stomach, and all stomach disorders. Sold by the E;r1o Drug Mer. Co. CIgfcest Honors World's Fair. !:'h;:itsstj U.S.Cov'l Chsmlsls The new type of mall cars that are being InHtalled on the S'anta Fe " tern have arrived and been placed In commission. They are the finest trpe of mail cars in use on any road west of Chicago and are far superior to the old style of wooden car9. They have steel sills and needle-beam, and are built to withstand any ordinary shock of collision, and while the mall clerks are not overanxious to try them out In a wreck, they are rather proud of the new cars. In addition to being bullion much stronger lines than the old wooden ones, they are also equip ped with five gas tanks for Pintsch lights, and are In every way an Inv provemcnt over the old cars. Albu querque Citizen. Torture of a Preacher. The storr of the torture of Rev. O. D. Moore, pastor of the Baptist church of Ilarpersvllle, K. Y., will Interest you. He sars: "I suffered agonies, because of a persistent cough, result ing from the grip. I had to sleep sit ting up lo bed. I tried many remedies without relief, until I took Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds, which entirely cured my cough, and saved me from consumption." A grand cure for dls eased conditions of Throat and Lungs, At all druggist; price 50c and S1.O0, guaranteed. Trial bottle free. The Roberts & Leahy Mercantile mi A bt nd election held In Gallup Tues day carried by a vote of 73 to 7. The t ' are for a waterworks system. ' The Neasnn of Indigestion. The season of Indigestion Is upon uf, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for Indigestion and Dyspepsia will do everything for the stomach that an over-loaded or over-worked stomach tan not do for itself, Kodol Digests what you eat gives the stomach a rest relieves sour stomach, belching, heart-burn, Indiges tion, etc. Sold by the Eagle Drug Mercantile Co. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. and. Potatoes. L0RDSBURQ IScalcxa 3ju Hay, Grain NEW MEXICO JOSHUA S. RAYNOLD3, Tresident, U. S. STEWART. Vice-President. J. F. WILLIAMS, Cashier JNO. M. RAYS OLDS, Asst. Cashier Ex Shcrlfl Del Lewis, of Cochise county, had to pungle up 8270 to square the failure of one of his dep uties to turn In license money when Lewis was sheriff. The First National Bank! El Paso Tozas. Capital $3oo,ooo Surplus $60,000 Deposits, $2,5oo,ooo. TTnlted. States TDepcsitcrr ' And Designated Depository for Disbursing Offices of the United States. For Cracked IlnnriA Rough skin and cracked bands are not only cured by Uewitts wucd Hazel Salve, but an occasional ap' plication will keep tbe skin soft and smooth. Best for Eczema, Cuts.Burns, Witch Hazel Salve affords Immediate Deposits Sept., 1895, $483,000 In all frtrme nf Ttllnrl TllfiortinrT I ICIIUI HI Oil IVJ I UJO W I UIIIIUI I . Itching and Protruding Piles. Sold by JjepOSlLS Kept., iy05, $3.000,000 the Eagle Drug Mercantile (Jo, Preparations are already being made for the meeting of the Jiew Mexico Educational association, which meets in Albuquerque tiiid year on December 26, 27 and 23. The chamber of commerce of Yuma has taken up the matter of raising funds for the maintaining of a brass band. A committee was appointed and raised a guaranteed fund of 175 pay able monthly. Acker's Dyspepsia Tableta cure dyspepsia and all disorders aris ing from indigestion. Endorsed by physicians everywhere. Sold by all druggists. No cure, no pay. Zucents. Trial packages free by writing to W. II. nooker & Co.. Buffalo N. Y Last Tuesday at Prescott Judge Sloan sentenced nine Mormons to pay a fine of $100 each for violating the Edmonds act. The defendants all reside in Ka vajo an Apache counties. Tbe men were arrested and Indicted before the last term of the United States court They furnished bail and were allowed to go their way until the next term of court. All of them pleaded guilty with tbe exception of two, and one o them, L. M. Savage, changed bis plea to guilty. JfuriouH Fighting. "For seven years," writes Geo. W Hoffman, of Harper, Wash., "1 had a bitter battle, with chronic stomach and liver trouble, but at last I won and cured my diseases, by the use of Electric Bitters. I unhesitatingly re commend them to all, and don't in tend lo the future to be without them in tbe house. Tbey are certainly a wonderful medicine, to have cured such a bad case as mine." Sold, under guarantee to do the same for you, by all druggist, at 50c a bottle. Try them today. It Is reported that two feet of snow fell at Prescctt Saturday night and from all parts of the Dorth and in the mountains adjacent to tbe valley come stories of an unprecedented snowfall. There Is now said to be more enow on the watersheds of the Salt and Verde rivers than there has been within the memory of the oldest prospectors and cattlemen. The Sprrad of Banking. The Bank of Enulnnd was estab lished in 10D4, the Hank of Scotland a few yews later, and thoso Institutions were not long In finding Imitators. As trade In the provinces Increased, sub stantial men begun to feel tho Incon venience of being their own honker and retaining all their wealth In their oaken chests. Gradually they began to onen accounts with gome of the London hankers, which they utilized for their business transactions. Doubt less such men were beset by many friends and customers to accommodate them throufrh their banking account. and thus the well to do trader devel oped Into the country hanker with his London agent, who much preferred to do business and Incur earriago and nostace with some one leading firm In a town to having several small cus tomers lu the , same place. London Standard. AT THE lissbaXj oppice. First lion Banc of Clmon WITH A FULLY PAID Capital $30,000. Surplus, $7,500. OUR BEST ATTENTION. Everything of a banking nature entrusted to our care receives our best) attention. We shall be glad to have a share of your business.. The Peuaiona of Europe. A traveler who has toured Europe with his wife at $4 o day for the two declares that the pensions nre the base of his cheap travel. In every conti nental city visited they easily found delightful pensious at $1.20 a day each. The pensions have not the stylo and display of the hotels, but they have all the comfort and the servants' fees are fewer and smaller. Breakfast Includes bread and coffee, nothing more. Luncheon and dinner are course meals, very much alike. Some one In the bouse always speaks English.' To Tell a Morae'a Am. The age of a horse cannot always be told by looking at Its teeth. After the eighth year the horse him no more new teeth, so that this method Is useless for a horse which Is more than eight years old. As soou as the Bet of teeth is complete, however, a wrinkle begins to appear on the edge of the lower eye lid, and another wrinkle Is added each year, so that to get at the age of borso more than eight years old you Must count the teeth plus the wrinkles. A Fearful Fate. It Is a fearful fate to have to endure the terrible torture of Plies. "I can truthfully say," writes Harry Colson.of Mason vllle, la , "that for Bllnd.Bleed Ing, Itching and Protruding Piles, Bucklen'a Arnica Salve, is tbe best cure made." Also best for cuts, burns and Injuries. 2ó c at all druggist. One of the largest and most Impor tant land deals ever consummated In Ulubo was perfected when F. L. Toombs and associates purchased the McKevitt homestead and adjoining property. The property will be sur veyed and platted and lots be placed on the market In a short time. A Liquid Cold Cure. Croup, Coughs, Colds, Whooping' Cough, etc., have no terrors for cbil dren or adults who evacuate the bowels with Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar the Original Laxative Cough Sy nip and Liquid Cold Cure. This rem' edy expels all cold from tbe system and strengthens tbe throat, lungs and bronchial tubes. Tho mother's fav orlta and children's safeguard. Sold by the Eaglo Drug Mercantile Co. OKFICKKS E. M. Williams, President. J. N Porter, Cashier. J. N. Robinson. Asst. Cashier. Vice President. P. Greer, DIUECTOItS E. M. Williams, CliftoD, Ariz. P. P. Greer. Clifton, Ariz. J. C. Purslcri Safford, Ariz. Sam Abraham, Clifton, Ariz. J. N. Porter, Globe, Ariz. J. N. Robinson, Clifton, Ariz. Jno. R. Hampton. W. D. WICKERSIIAM, Pres. I. E. SOLOMON, Vlcc-Pres. A. O. SMITH. Cashier. C. E. MILLS, Vice Pres. A coramandery of Knights Templar was Installed at Bisbee wttb fifty char ter members. Gila Valley Bank: ail Trust Co. The mission of "Early Risers' Is to clear tbo way and give Nature full sway. Thce famous little pills rid the stomach and bowels of all putrid matter, thus removing the causes of headache, constipation, sallow com- olexilon, etc. I)eV'ltt's Little Early Riser oever gripe or sicken. A safe, Dlcasant. perfect pill. Sold by the Eagle Drug Mercantile Co. Clifton Ariz. Morenci, Ari nTT)Pfirrm)c. Solomonville, Aril. Globe. Ariz. W. WIrkxnhatTi, A. O. Hmlth I, K. Solomon, A. T. Thiiinn. We offor to dopoaltora every facility wliluh tliuir balanoos. warrant, . buslnoM, and responsibilities Madame Modlcska, the famons ac tress, wants 13,500 gold, for three per formances la Arizona. Capital Stock, Paid up - - Surplus - Deposits January 1, 1905 Safetjr IDeposlt CUftcx office. Bozes for - - $75,000 $9,000 $450,000 rent at tlio lu Mad iJhate, Millions rush lo mad chase after health, from one extreme offaddism tu another, when, If they would only eat good food, and keep their bowels regular with Dr. King's New Life Pills, their troubles would all pass away. Prompt relief and quick cure for liver and stomach trouble. 25o at all drug store; guaranteed- Cure for Sore Nipple. As soon as the child is done nursing apply Chamberlaiu's Salve. Wipe It off with a soft cloth before allowing tbe child to nurse. Many trained nurses use this with the best results. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by all dealers In med. Dick Stanton, a former Rough Ri der, la slated to succeed Postmaster Chandler at Yuma. - Water Cure for Coiutlatloo. naif a pint of bot water taken halt au hour before breakfast will usually keep tbe bowels regular. Harsh cath- art.les should be avoided. When a I purgative la needed, take Chamber lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are mild and gentle In their ac tion. For sale by all dealers lo med. O o i o o CD t CD -t Cr C3 . CO O o Ei. o 'n l ( .-V -I \n\n nn, T. O IlrvHii, o. JS. Milla, 11. H. auUorder, L, 1. illoketll, 1'U. Freudnntlial.