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PuIiIUmwI vmfrly tm Hatunky.
'jtir AildrVaa all tittlH Mimutilea
f" . M. ABUBNl'KrHilt,
Itr. Thus, llopklb, of UIsu, Arlwaa,
) visiting relative? lit Darning.
Dr. H. It. KInft will Icrvo In a few
o a prufrwlonal trip Into Arizona.
J. It. Cook A Co. of arnby, Mo.,
have commouctit nilnliifj nt filo)n I',
t)r. Btovall ira called ty telafrrapli to
ftiirhllo, oji WrUnetday, on professional
lr. ltyder, connected with the Kl Paw
smcltlnir works, l In town hi the Interest
of hlii company.
Col. Dlolc Hudson wah In town on
Thursday, roturoliiB home hi tho ovn
nlng ly tho delayed train.
Jargft quantitiM ttf ' mntifrUl for tho
ijyfiKtfrnfcUsn of tin Doming and Blerra
, "ilndrn railroad nro miring dally.
I.ltidAUor, Wormwr & (V, rncolvod two
car load of ore from the Plor dt Jlarzo
mitles, lit Chihuahua, Thursday.
Kd. IJeagan, Bsq.ot tho Monumontand
TomlitiotiR ttituo ttf Swarm, was In town
omp tlaya thl weofc, on A hiulness trip.
Mr. bm. Momttouip, Ocnttral Agent
of tlio fianta Ff, for Now Mexico, wan In
(own Thursday on buiinca for tho cum
pady. 'Die mncltcr plant nt Dcmlng baa hem
rented by I). Ilaumau, ngrnt of tlio
richer 1cad Co., for tho tampllng of
Ti'f rectory orrai It wilt alio lie utcd nt a
A frelfiht wreck In tho nlloy delayel
the Bantu V down train icTcmt houraon
wrilitwtfay. Condderaoln damuffo wna
ilono tho Hiliif. and onu or two
wrn IhuIIj itovo tip.
, A, memtM'M oT FwTK'o. H, (J. A. It.
r ftueitcd In attend n apcolul mcelltiK
Tucitluy tircniiiK at 0. A It. ball, April
The Knterjtrttt of ycterdy, writing a
letter to Itself, nominate a good, ktrotig
Democratic ticket for next fall. Wo ate
authorised, however, to withdraw tho
name of P. J. Douahoe and Governor
Heliry Holgate, contractoron the Dem
lug & Sierra, Madr ltallnmd, was In
town Thursday. Ho report that tho
grading will bo completed fifty mile
from Demlug, In Mexico, In a couple of
The entertainment of the Dcmlng
Literary Atiociatlou, at the Methodist
church lat Monday awning, drew out a
large and upprcclatlvo audience. An
' ontertalnmout nt the Opera House I
M. Chapman, tlenernl Agrnt of the
.Mexican Hull way Development Cohi
1any, ha fitted up n handtomn oiDco In
the South end of the National Hank
Ittllldlng. Col. Lockhart Uofllcln'gthore
The Wado-Ahenfeltcr controversy,
over tho District Attorneyship of thl
District, hua boon amicably settled, In so
far a concerns any question of fee or
ilamage. The suit In the Supreme
Court of tho United States goo on to
final determination, for the purpoxeof
feitllng the legal question Involved.
'flic entertainment nt tho Opera House
ou Wednesday evening wa ono of the
finest evar given In thl city. Tho
recitation by Mil Couthoul wero of a
very high order, and displayed v
elocutionary and dramatic talent on te
patt of that lady. Tho home music
tatont of Dcmlng, eomethlng exceptional
Inltsqualityond quantity, especially for
'onow a towo, Wa well rfustalucd by (he
iadle participating. Altogether, it wa
an occasion of rare enjoyment.
The Couthoul Entertainment which
was given at tho Opera House on Wed
nesday evening, will 1)6 repeated thl
saturdiy) evening. Tho Doming pub
lie were so thoroughly pleated with the
first rntortalnment, that a determined
effort wa Immediately made to lecuro n
repetition, and Mis Couthoul consented,
engaging to appear hero again this
mlng. Wedueday evening' pro
gramme wa a raro treat, and those who
falto attend to-night will mis nu eve
jbIdij of thorough enjoyment.
Homo of our most enterprising young
inon have organized themselves Into an
association for the laying out of direct
ruU from point to point In (Southern
New Mexico. The association nt at
present constituted, number among it
members Will Drown, Harry Fleishman,
Mr. Ilrado, any Petty, George Uloom
and Hudy Sturmer and they commenced
active operation last Saturday ulgh't on
4be road trom Doming to I'roveuchere'i
ranch. The actual distance It about
twenty mile. A now laid out by the
association, the rout run half way
. nround tho southern point of Cook'
range, then back along tho foothill to
und through Cook' canyon to Fort Cum
tnlugi, then across tho mountain again
to tho south, and out oiitotlio plain be
tween the range and Denting, whero
traveller aro supposed to go into tamp
ami wait for daylight to ascertain their
whereabout. Tho new read It over 60
mllfB long and don't get within ten mile
of Provstichero'at hut thero I sonic ex
cute for that-the boy oil hod their girl
rs. niigna ueatu ai Jvgoi. i.
nttultcd from an nverdo of chloroform
ftdmlnltwl by .herwlf, thl being the
.. ... . t 1 vr r
Verdki of the jury. A there wa no 0110
present it it ImtMble to state.what the
eblet wa. Sbo had suffeteu k
frem !!ttra!ht just a few day before,
mk wm tkoutkt Ui have dlseosa of the
Tha 'HniKM & MaMaMre oomnsnv
M Ytea rettuvM a snipwent ot
iHm A lux, x. M April U, m,
Will you give nn old timer an oppor
tunity to he heard through yout pprf
Yutir eerrMM)tutent, T, no matter who
ho l, ha tmdoubtlly a good Inalght
Into tho workings of the ttepobllean
niaohlhe, add can If bo will, give tho
public n hlatory of that party that will
bo entertaining to your many reader.
I ai a Democrat aalt the Indulgence of
your readora, not to propoaa a alate, but
to girt & few hhtorlcal facta, that may
bo of benefit to our party ut the coming
election, I admit I have not baen In ac
cord with all the ofllcera placed In poal
tloim by our ptrty frr tho lat twenty
yean, at (ho anmo tire, I, aa well a
every unbiased man, will admit, that
under Democratic admliilitrattous, the
people of this futility have abared In
benefit of which Republican counttea
In this Territory are deprived cither
from lack of ability on tho part of tho
offlcort placed h jiower, j tlieni, or on
account of the general dloi-ano to whleli
moot of onr ltepubllcan oltleo holder
end ofttce aeekera are aubjectt that l, to
pluce public funds whero It will do
them the moot good.
Take, for liiMnncc, the public anliool
ayatem of Urant county. ThU county
ban moru euhool hoiuca than any other
In the Territory, more children In pro
portion to Itihnhlinnu attnud our aohoola,
KChool li taught longor every year than
In any county In this Territory. Next,
take tho managmnont of our county af
fair. It tu go hack a ihoit time, and
ice what county warrant worn worth
under ltepubllcan olllrlal. Up to the
timo that Democrat gut control of
affair, county warrant could bo bad nt
from forty to lxty cenb on tho dollar.
Did they use the woiiuy collected from
the taxpayer for public Improvement,
or for any mo by which the public at
largo wero benefited T If they did, ahow
mo 0110 alugitt monument which would
luuicato that the Ilepubllcnu were ever
In tiowcr In tliU county. Taxca were
collected with iiniutml regularity while
they were In txiwor, and whero did all
tho money go to? Echo answer where,
ltepubllcan will tell you that Demo
crat hnvo been extravagant with public
fundi, that tho county ludebtcdne I
largo, that the sheriff make mora out of
hUoMlco then ho ought to. which I as n
Democrat do not admit For the ake of
argument, hmveter, wo wlllirrant Itto be
J!iih not our Democratic board voted
thotinaml or dollar anuuallr to the two
hospital In Hllver City wfioro all, re
gardloM of ex or natlmiHllty, who are
not able to pny, are received and treated
a If they wore millionaire?
iia not many n poor man ueen ncno
fitted by tho liberality of uur board of
county commlssinuurs? When a me
chanic or loliore r or merchant doe any
or furulshrt morchandlso to the
coutiU' I he Mld In depreciated county
scrip? No! A Democratic Treasurer ft
ready at all time to pay dollar for dollar
for any warrant drawn against him.
Compare thl with tho Territorial
wltucs scrip Issued by our ltepubllcan
ofllctals, for which you can not get twen
ty cent 011 tho il&llnr.
Where aro tho Jail built. Jy our lte
publlcan friend for tho cohveulenco of
the different comunlllec, In preserving
Where ore they?
Did not the Democratic board annro
priato fund for tho construction of Jails
at Lurdsburg, Doming, Central and other
Did they not appropriate money to
liiilld a road from Demlug to Ijm Palo-
mas, from Silver City to tlcorgetowu, to
PIciB Alto and other place?
Did they not support 11 number of do
serving poor people?
Did they not scml out of tho country
at public expense a numttcr ot undo
Blrablo people- which act evoiy citizen
Let the Itonubllcau show oiio.hIiicIo
act nt our Democratic officials that wa
not for tho benefit of tho community at
large. I as a Democrat, raise thl Issue,
and my advice to our friends Is In fight It
out on thl line. You may hear from
mo again. Oi.u Timkiu
mOM DELL COBB.
Silver City, April I I, 1800.
To the Kdltora of tho 1Ikmji.ioiit:
Allow mo paco to reply to n com
munication III your paper met wouk, over
the lone signature of "T"- the unknown
--which Is not lu the neighborhood of
trutu or justicn, aim uoe wrong to my
brother, who I yet. and may nlwny re
cin'.n, a elttreu of (mint county.
In the tirst place T. W. Louis sent Ms
roMonatlnn a commissioner to tho Gov
ernor long before a chango lu the .'iter
pri'sd was contemplated; In fact, he (Cobb)
i not yet mado aware nf tlio change, or
111 outer worn, 1110 eaio 01 my interest in
tho papor to Mr. Sheridan. T. W, Cobb
never had anything to do with or
did ho ever ilictatn tbo policy of tho
nnttrprttt, as that was left to Its editor.
The sain was effected b.v myself, without
the knowledge of T. W, Cobb, and to
hcoiiso hl.ti of oil lie tho comm ssloner
ship lu cnnjimrtbni with a half Interest
of the KuternriM, show 'T" to bo n
cowardly, malicious, meddlesome crank,
wuo screens nix misuoeus iiuuer one
lone Initial, fearing to let the public
know who ho 1. Bulllca It to say, "T Ji
off wrong, and the day of reckoning may
yet como before the close of the coming
campaign. Dun. Conn.
Thero ha been a very decidedly In
creased activity lu the movement of cattlo
aud the operrtlou of cattlo buyer In
thl section during tho past week.
Mndauer will have about 400 head
hero In a day or two, which, if not sold,
will be shipped to Nebraska tu feed.
C. J. Hclsham aud K. K. Ilurdlck have
gono to Nebraska. Mr. Hurdlok went to
make arrangement to ship nil stocra,
from yearling tip, belonging to the
Mlmbcr Itlvcr Cuttle Co., to fatten for
The following sale have been made,
aud cattle shipped from tho Demlug
stock yards during tho past weekt
Col. J. A. Lock hart told (100 head; tu
Gallon and I Ancheta totd 100 head; 0.
V. Howell A Co. sold ISO hood; tbo Old
and Now Mexico Cattle Co. told 400;
the Carpenter-Stanley Cattle company
told 400i C. H. Dano told H3; tho Mlm
bret Itlver Cattle Cfc. told 960 John Mulr,
with a number ot hi neighbors 400.
X large number of cattle buyer from
Kansas nnd Nebraska ate lu thl section
hunting cattle to buy, and It U certain
thatminy herds will bo told out and
shipped eat4n the next few week
Thero It a constant tipvard tendency in
prleeij aud the limit has nut yet by any
means, neeu wacnru.
It l estimated by those cognizant of
the eattle inoveraout now going 011, that
sever. Hundred thousand dollars have
been 1Id fr wattle lu GntHt eAtiiitflvtliir
Atlf 'l'rtMk Wl.ledy mortff
flrlrkett In the barn and mnuit i
fmiiAt. nf Oal. J.. A. lekhart of tlila It v. '
wlilolt aoon onnuiuuloated to the KdM
cent 13.000 gallon water tank, am):cut off
tho water aupplyi whereupoi despite
the etCorji of hundreds of cIIIzms, the
flreaftepllutntke large brlek dwelling
only a few feet away, and consumed It,
together with the other building and
tank, in n very few minute. Tho greater
portion nf tho furniture was carried out
of the dwelling anil saved, but the entire
contents of the barn and carriage house,
consisting of ono wagon nnd two carriages
harness, saddle and a favorite pony of
Willie Lookhart', wero enveloped lu the
(tames and consumed. The lawn and
grounds surrounding the building, which
wero the finest In Southern New Mexico,
were completely destroyed, and the fine
row of shudo tree wero 10 scorched nnd
burned a to render them n complete
lot, Cot Lockbart had spout much
cate, labor' nnd money, forjSveral years,
on oholco grasses, h'ub and trees, but
all wero destroyed.
Vhen the Are broke out Col. tooUhart
was delivering a drove of beef steer at
the Mock yard pear (own, with hi cow
men. H U n"l known how tho fire
originated lu the born, but the general
ImproMldn 1 that some person who had
been about tho premises In tho morning
bad carelessly dropped iv lighted ciga
rette. The lossl about t)0.fi0Ooithodwclllng
$1,000 on outbuildings and tank, and
(600 on wagon, carriages and harness.
Wo understand there was nhout f t60(),
Insurance on the property.
Tho Col. ha secured temporary room 1
near tho Depot and with hi family
(Hues nt the Depot Hotel. Iin hat gono
pluckily to work nt reconstruction, and
say that lu less that ninety day his latch i
string will hang out of a new building
erected over the ruins of the old. He fore
tho fire wan extinguished men were at
work erecting a new windmill nnd put
ting a new pump in tho well to flood the
ground In order to cave a much of the
tree and grass a possible.
Tho sympathy of tho entire community
goes out to Col. Lockhartandlil estlliP
able family for their misfortune In the
loss of their beautiful home, and hope to
seo them speedily reinstated, though It
will require year to reach lu tho new
ono, tbo pleasant comfortableness of the
A Csasas of tbs Solllsrt.
The coming centtu enumeration it to
Include a great deal of vnlunblo and in
tcrestlug Information nt to the survivors
of the war. The following lann extract
from a circular which ha been forwarded
by tho superintendent of tho census to
Mr. Knowles, commander of the G. A. It.
Post of Doming, and which has also been
sent out to all the post of tho country,
by the superintendent uf tho ccps.ua. The
"That said superintendent shall, under
the authority of the Secretary of the In
terior, causo io bo taken nn a jpcclul
scliedulo of inquiry, according to such
form a ho may prescribe, tho unrass,
organizations, and length of torvlco of
those who had served in tho Army, Navy,
or Marino Corp.4 of the United States In
tho war of the rebellion, aud who aro
survlvnra nt the time of said Inquiry, nnd
the widows of soldier, sailors, or
"Preliminary to tho actual enumera
tion, uud as n mean uf verifying the cor
rectness of tho same, It la deemed Impor
tnnttn obtain from tho post of tho Grand
Army of tho Ke public such Information
ns the officers and member thereof may
bo able to nupply. To that cud, nnd In
nccordauco with tho accompanying gen
cm! orders of tho commander-in-chief,
I beg to request that you will forward,
at n early n data at convenient, a full
list, on thn blanks Inclosed, of all tho
member of your post, and of such sur
vivor in your vicinity who are not tnern
bora of tho Grand Army of whom you or
tho member of your post may have
knowledge, ns well as of all wldowsj of
deceased soldiers, sailor, or marines."
Haw Bsnplinir Wsrks.
Mr. D. Ilauman, of Denver, Col, Is here
for tho purpose of starting up tbo Ore
Sampling Work if proper torm of
leuse can be made with tho reant
Sir. Hnuman I n thoroughly practical
mineralogist uud smolttr mau. It I bis
tntentlon to renew the old Pearson smel
ter, or possibly to build uow sampling
Tbo new work will hitndlo all grade
and olartei of silver lead aud zinc ores,
In wagon nr car load lots. Such a con
cent will I'd Of great Importance tQ tut
mining Interests of Demlug. Miner
nan como hero with their ores, tco them
sampled, and get their money without
It will uo tho mean of starling up
many or tlio flue prwpeett now tying
Idle, which In time will develop into
good paying mine. .
The new work will not In anyway be
connectodwlth auy smelter, but will be
run lu tho same manner as the Public
Sampling work of Puoblo. sampling and
buying of tho miner and soiling to tho
highest hinder in smelting circlet at
Pueblo, Katitftt City, Deurer and other
Wo are aiua to wcicomo )ir. uamnan
aud his now enterprise to Doming, and
aro sure the miner and prospector
hereabouts will bo glad to leant of thl
valuable addition to their Interest.
List tt tttttrs.
The following letters remain In the
postofllce at Demlug for the week ending
April. 10, 1900:
linmlltim Martin llallahan Dora Mist
Johutott Mr Sarah Metllla ills
MoCord W A llobimotl Clint It 8
ffrtega Manuel S Ilcndan Maattal
Itodrigues Blmou valeuoirt HsMnlslado
Itubto Forlblo Itelltt Mnrtlun n
Sh Un Hpt9t)K P. M.
Morrill Hall 1 new uiidcrittinx reiwlrn
m enlarjgwwit whlek, wwj, 80ittlet
ted. will makB It m aom a titlbllo hall at
diare I lu the TerVlturjv- llvf City
K fh JW W? ""-ha 4 of
r,"w " mvfr "
. rt MWUltk. Hi ftw n
inn. my nww t;ni nnpi-
bi.MIHM W. I. n-wuw
Tha ome6 on tli noMMiit
floor of the oaplwl UUilUlBf , Mma Fo.
We make a epeelalty of wen fine
ImxjU and shoes.
LiMhAUMtt, Wohmrbii es Co.
Impartial expert estimate that there
Is I fiiW.000 worth of ore In sight In the
Cash Kntry mine at Cerrlllo.
HUhop Kendrlck dfllolated at Kddy
last Sunday. A chttreh Is to lie built
Glycorlno Lotion, mires chopped hands,
chafed aud scaled tk(ri, remove tan and
frecklm. Sold at tho Ullto Pharmacy.
Mr. Geo. W. 1-ano Is expected to re
turn to Ssnta Fe from Washington toon,
a tho cllmato hero attrte much belter
with hor thau that nf Wash!ngton,-Sun,
A letter from George Thompson, of
Trluldud, states that ft number or horse
are bllltd for tho spring meeting In At
A now tot of Miwlua lemon lust re
celved at Llndatier, Wormter & Co. j
Mai. Jame IJ. Purdy, of Santa Fe, ws I
railed to St. Lout last week hyatelt-j
gram announcing the serious Illness of
loth hi wlfo ami on.
Tho trustee of tlto- Lortlsburgtownilto
have paid off a lot of debt that had been
accumulating over since an effort w
first mado to get tho patent
V. It. Dune & Co. have Just received a
largo consignment of new pattern of
carpet lugralns, tapettrlc and Urui
iclr, and bmyrma rug.
Ouontink, the finest preparation for
cleansing and whitening the teeth
manufactured nnd (oldnuiyby tlioKlllu
Pharmacy, put up In S3 nnd DO cent
J. 11. Saint, of the Acoma cattlo com
pauy, rvuort tho luauuuratlou ot tho
spring round up of steers; say the catt n
aro looking flue, and that thtfrfls plenty
of good gr.ms on tho ningcs.
Urutiil apaiilMff of Hiirtiitr and
utitmiior tromlH next wouk tu
Wheelock & Mansfield have bemin tLe
drawing of plan for tho three story brkk
uiock ui uo urccteu on 1110 corner oi uoiu
avenue nnd Second street, Albuquerque.
Tho only place In Grant couuty whero
Kdwln C. Hurt's flue ladles, misses and
children' shoe can be found 1 nt
i.t.ND" Kit, WOUIISKU CO.
Col. J. Morris Young of litllsboro
has beeu appointed speelal census agent
ror eoutneru acw flexion, i ".o appuiut
meiit was mado without sollQ jtlou.
Colonel Leigh O. ICnapp and J. K.
Bndthec, former residents of Banta Fe,
are active workers on the liocky Moun
tain Nnwa staff.
Arrival of ntuv Mtoolc of Sum
uiur Goudo ut J, J. Qulnn'H.
Tho Albuquorqtio Citizen tayt tho
stockholder uf tlio Tenllorlal Kafratio
elation hnvo elected an excellent let ut
ofllcor aud directors, aild they will mako
tne uuiitiat ruir next, iuu tno pott over
hold lu tho southwest,
J. K. l.tvlugttou. of Ijis Criici, nc
eclved tho sad Intelligence that hi
father, John L. I.lvlugtlon, died nt J'urt
Icrvln, Now York, ut the udvaucod age
of luvcnly year.
Stetson hut In all style and qualities
at Lludauer, W'ornuer itf Co.'s
Dr. 0. N. Wood, who left Grant county
nearly three year ogo, ha returned and
expects to sneud the rest of hi da'-s In
this happy laud.
Tbo Sun says some real estate deals
are on In Bantn l'e. which Involvo the
Investment of consldemblo eattoru capi
at. An endless variety of clothing and
furnishing good nt
LlXDAUKII, WOUMSKU ft Co.'
In a private letter to a friend in thl
citv lion. Antonio Joser.h positively de
clare that ho will not Iin n candidate for
re-election its delegato to congres from
New Mexico, but pledge his active aud
earnest support to thn uomlucu of the
Domticratlc party. (Banta Fo Sun.
'llio now ferry boat at Altec I llnlthcd
so far a the carpenter work Is concerned,
nnd only uwnlH arrival of pitch and oak
um for caulltlug before being launched.
Glycerine I.otlon, the most exquisite
preparation for tho skin. Prepared aud
sold at tno i;iuo marmacy.
One of tho most iiromluctit cltlreusof
Hlllsboro was heard to declare this wtck
that to hi kuowledgo tho subject nf
erecting concentrator wa being consid
ered by men of ample means, and that
within a very short time the want of tho
caitip in that respect would be fully
llldknx, nt his blnotiwinltli hllop
on Goltl Ave., now Imp a fine
iKirnoslioor, ami Ik prepared to
do nil lttndrt of work;
More sood solid work is bcluL done on
the mines lu tho Vicinity of Hlllsboro at
tho present than at any time lu the his
tory of the dUtrlct. More ore I being
cxiractcil, nuu oi greoier vaiue, man cvur
kntmu before.-- Kiugttou Shaft.
Mr. Out. Hvlugsrdt, Kingston' best
builder, went to HllUboril Vednesday
morning to erect the gold mill of Mr. H.
0. Troeger, near Cold 81irln. It will
push the construction a Jat a possible,
as tho Hood llupn Ilwisiua Company
nro anxious to have (ho now mill running
by the 1st ot May.--Kliigiton Shaft.
Mahunev it: Allen have lust received a
car load of Kcllpse windmill aud tank,
now ready for tale. This mill Is of
unquetioneu uperionv, anu rsprmatij
tulted to this locallly. They will bo
glad tu correspond witu tltote wanting
wlndmlllt. tana, pump, and are pre
pared to give rates that cannot bo met
Development work In nil oases mtau
morn and better oroi and to great Is the
confidence of our mine owner In their
properties that almost without oxceptlon
they refuse to part with all their Interest
Inthemi and thlt In many lnttnucea hftt
defeated iJiportaut sale.--Hlllsboro
Wo carry the best assorted and largest
ttocK or ury goou in iui sbbwhi.
Lishaubji, Wukurkk & Co
Mr. Mill, wife of tho '.ate Capt. Jno.
It. Mills, rrsliter of tlo lloawcll land
ntllre. iiinm-if tliroutfli Lincoln tliu llntot
1110 WVeK Oil roum V r.rt uw nmnw
Socorro, where b will rwld lu the
future, n.inuoln ludep'Udnt. Hhe hat
boon tendered the posithui of im stall t
. 1 . - " . . ... . L..... n
postmaster of that iilace.- Uowcll U
A tSfc!l lift hetri rWortfwl In Uic tug-
Uaie elerk' oRloe of tW oob V .W
Iiik all hi AtUtitla, iWlfio litter f
thl Mititty t Oeo. W. Craimtwrr
Our of staple aad fsbey grecarl)
ll(ur ad elir ttiris aUytblMg In
.liM. umlti wall. II
Solo Agonta Doming ToWrtslto.
aVKSl'B - -
Some of tho boy aro having
having a hard
tU le hunting In the vicinity of San
do, A Mexican woman claims to own
the lnke and koc around tcarlnir up the
ducks on the hunter. If any game I
killed ihe sends a boy to cltm it. So
Look nt our . .(cat ntylcn of
6erjie a-tmtton ctit-Hwny sulta.
cipinl to onatom initde. mid
tiniiiufuottircd especially lor onr
trade. J. J. QuIiih.
B. w Lloyd, who was to erlomly In
Jureri last Kel..'uary, died at his place ot
reshienco ou Wednesday night, April Uth.
Mr. l.loyd was one of the oldest cattle
mtu lu Now Mexico, coming to tho Pe
cos Itlvcr AO year ago.-Vhlto Oaks
Wo Invito Inspection of our
now HntiH of
aontft Bilk NckIIko Blilrts,
' Ponjo "
KngllHh lilneii "
Rllvnr (JrnlMR "
111 ucntttlfnl Mtyles and Hhadcs,
nt I. 7. Qtilitti'n.
Hart Ilro. f'uttlo Company will ship
S,0'JO feeder to Kansas thl month. If
car can be nntaineu. ino snipping
point will bo I.ordburg or Domlug.
Bllver City Heutluel.
We lmvo boon nnpolntod nfroittn
tlio Inrirost liiurciiunt
tnllor CHtiibllHliinent lit Amor
len, nnd lmvo JtiKt rocolvotl a
In nro nnd olct;nnt line of Hum
IiIch. Fit Kiinrnutcnd, no fitiuvy
iriccH. uivo us it onu. vavviu
to pleiiHod to Hliotr tlio (roodH.
J. J. Otilnn.
Messrs. 15. F. Comery nnd II. C. Wil
liam lmvo been entirely successful In
Ihelr search for water nt n point six mllvs
east of Finns Well UVIillo Oak
Wo will allow the lnruent va
riety of Hllk Ncnrrn, four In
Iiniid,Wlndaor.lJ(MVHtiTre(iiio, Crepo, and Wntth Lhu'iiH.
Our lUMortincilt tlio Inrccitt
our kooiIh tlio bewt, nnd priced
tho lowest. J. J. Qiittiu,
i injij 'ii'ilU'lWH'JEl.iJ, 1
Wllwa MlwJ I
. , ... i
Tit (iefeiitBi, Iximij, li bsrsbj najlfli tbt
volt in ailiiHiMKit bit bttn commttttwt snlast
bus, la JhiI Court, 1'rwlnct K. II, o il
eouniy, H. M., lor ill m of sljihtr dpfl
tlrsuiM nl ltetiiiisnt. Hist jp Hljt r
from lh Trtltprr
rniorr m '
nil, en or Wl
joar ewiilsr. imi ! rea w
nrcj'rt? f iMtl enrltr llnU Hill of siUMbinsOt,
rl BKMin.l JV9 BIIUIM,
Kill u iota io Mii.ijrjBugincm.
JutllM of tlx rt, I'rstlnet Ke,
AlUft I.m4wr )
ri lff nni, V. w, is urn nr nstinw
mil msiiMiiatoni um
JiKliic'i Oonrl, I'mlna Ke
m hinder, dlty, ami Mr
M.r. fllAf VI
lilt iinla run lilrr"ir PPa!" '."
on or iMl'irn Die Mil dJ ot M.sr !, jn-Ijii
rent, jn!jtwi will
1 r hum
Dtcktrt It, IUIIImI
ml. V. ww.lthrlroUMtlt
s suit In sltMhmsflt Mll enininwe.l MIMI
him. Ill JlltlK Coiirl, I'mliJOIPo. 11.
ft. a., lor lU am nt ivrsntr jlollsr. Tl
nl attachment. Ibst on lnw Irooi lbs 'I i
V rrnorr 10
lilniVr. i4lr twA tsSMtid nr .tr4lUn
lilinirr. Mt an4 tMUt iirtr4iu.ntai
will bo rvnM.vl fwinii rii
It III l-o.o
KSMAII riSMI. . ..
JaMlso o( I
IVASa, ITVCID" no. li.
XtUs of PuHItUo.
UBdOfl)t,U VfWJ. M. t
ilun that lb
nlanlten Io mf
la Willin, awl thai
l m sua
or In Ms
awiliHrtiw nta. v y,
las, M. h
Iia IM WHis
; Mj a sWi tum .
Best Facilities for Btlaltifs
HERE WE ARE
you want to be happy
BUY AX AOOIUT STOVE OR HANOK,
RHFIT REQHRTinH CPQCKfRY, GL4M!M AHD LUfSj
112 1'etca Decorated Dinner Sot, Only $10 00
ilOOlMoco Decorated Dinner Hut otilfVlK.&O
10 Pcico t ocorutcd Toilet feet Only
Xamps From 50ots. io $16.
Wo nood room for our Holliday GoodB and muH"lnfttfitr$
prico-COME EARLY AND SECURE BAR0AS
TltondqilnrtorN for Lntnp Uouttn of nit Kind, Order rets
Abroad UocctvoPronuit Attoiitloii.-a
MONEY SAVED IS
honftv & 'Allen
FRED. M- SMITH, PROPRIETOR,
llreedcr of ure llred
Silver Lac8d Wyandottes.
ECUS for balchlog from auy ot the above varieties,
One Dollar for Thirteen.
BON TON STABLES.
Livery, Feed and Sale.
SILVER AVENUE, BELOW PINE STREET,
DEMING N. M,
Hay and Grain dealt in.
STOCK BOARDED BY THE DAY OR WBBK,
HIDES and PELTS BOUGHT and SOLD.
Table Supplied with all
Undir the uew iuanaRmant thl popular Hottl will be, jodsldi kl
HTR10TLY FIKSTiCIiASS BTYVR,
JOHN A. MOSES.
C. H. DANE &CO..
with Lu Onice Und O.flltt
and make other hippy
- Nr?V MKXtpM
AL1IEHT LINDAUEU. ;
New Mexico,. ;
Rooms En StaMei
the Delicies ofthi Uiisdti.
LlptMrAt, t'(tHMHXtt no.r.
Ingihe last few weettf.