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8. M. ASHENKKfTEHi
Ur.Mittn, N. M.
ismu i'jf .n.1...1.. .i i.i u.jtjw-
IVoJilv Ronorally nro all to bo rid of
tint grand Jury.
A telogrftin received lost evening, ro
hih Sirs. Llndauer Mitnewhat botlor.
A JitdA IJoono returned from HlWor
Gfly cinirt, on Tuesday.
! A very heavy win fall nt Paso del
jforto flooded thw town Monday.
iJtoit.JaniM II. Trncy U said to bo
4Jlln6ber,,, on tho Hllvcr City Juries.
John Corbott was excused from jury
iorrlce. and returned to Demlttg, last
5 ltopubllcnu primary at Odd Fallows
Jliall to-night, to ehooso ilolctftc to BH-
"Ster City Convention.
Wr Btovall left for Los Angeles
JTednoiday evening nt Mid call of Mr.
lndauer, to allcnd Mrs. Llndauer.
fTbo morcury lias ranged at about 80
Jtciurliig (bo past fow weeks. Very torn-
irtnuio weatucr lor wo usu (mimic,
Walter 0. Hadloy, Hupt. Lake Valley
reduction Works, was In town aud n mint
welcome caller on tho IIkauuout
At Ham Kckstlno's now place In Silver
City, tarn himself ttlll continues to bo
thn great attraction. Ills old oustoiiU'r
The lloll-Skllllcont mining trial Isstlll
on, at Stiver City. On Thursday, tho
Wury wnut tip In a body to vlow tho
mines hi controvnrsy.
Col. Lockhart and family returned on
' Tuosuny issr, nnor an noscuco oi aumo
months, Their many frlonds In Demlng
nro dollghted to seo thorn homo again.
Mr. A. O. llalley, den! Manager Moxl
cas ltallway Development Co., camo In
n fow days ago and Is lustallod at head
uuarteraof tho Comtmnv In tho Bank
Kuglncors II. It Thaol and H. I
Wakulowlor., of tho Honors, Blnaloa A
Chihuahua lbtllroad, left for Colorado
on Tuesday to accept railroad .employ
tnont there. .
Harry Moore, who has been at tho
llujsoii ilot Springs for n couplo of
VWfaks, Is back to business ngatu, at tho
old staud. The town looks moro home
llko when ho la around.
tl tl r.n.lo'ii -.tiniitii.tr .n.naM
another column. Mr. Lady Intends to
mako a canvass of tho county, In a short
time, with n view to shaking hauds with
old friends', and ninUltig new ones.
Throo splendid rains at Doming ond
vicinity during tho past wook, and such
crops of vegetables and grass as aro sel
dom seou, auywhere, and such a beauti
ful, couablo atmosphere was never seen
Wo aro In no wlso disposed to Hatter
Judgo Mcl'lo, but wo tako pleasuro In
tcstlfysng to tho fact that ho U n capablo
and Impartial Judge, who does not per
mit tho polltlcfans to utu him for their
Col. J. II. drover's groat dloramlc on
tertalnmeut America lu Arar--lu peace
' 1801 to 180&-comprlBlng 1000 battles and
other historic scenes Including Hmdy's
famous great war plcturos, will tako
jdaco at tho Doming Opera lluuso this
livening. It promises to bo n raro troat.
IteserVod scats at Altman's.
At the meeting of tho District commit
too, hold at Doming last Monday, Grant
county was reprosentml tiyi-rcu M.
Smith, Dona Ana county by Allon H.
Jlacdouald, and S. M. Ashonfeltor, tho
tnombar large, presided. A letter was
read from Kd. Fest, thu Sierra County
tnembor, rogrottlug his Inability to bo
Mrs. S, J Hopkins and her two daugh
ters, Mrs. 1, iirowu and Mr. T. B. ltobln
sun, returned Sunday night from their
visit of several wcekn to California.
They art? all much refreshed' and Im
proved In health by their outing, aud
their many friends nro glad to sou them
homo again. Their absentee loft a seri
ous void lu Domlug social circles, now
happily again filled.
Col. Mnthow Qulgs, for somo years n
resldout of New Mexico as fuel agent of
tho A.T.& fl, F., headquarters nt Socorro,
died at Atchlsou, Kansas, on tho 91s.
Col. Qulgg aud tho odllor of tho IIkaii
LtoiiTwaro for so v oral months during
the war brlgadml together as Captains lu
tho lOtli and 11th ltoglmeuts respective
ly. Capt. QuIrr was as bravo a man, an
sagacious an olfloer, and as thorough a
eefitleman as over woro tho uniform.
Ho had many warm friends lu Now
Mexico, as well as tho state of his resi
dence, to whom tho nowa of his death
will bo a personal grief.
Thu IIkadmuiit had n pleasant call on
Wednesday from Mr. Charles T. Haydon,
of Tempo, Arbona, who was on his re
turn homo from California. Mr. Itayden
Isono of thoold landmarks of tho west,
having first corns to Santa Fo In 1818,
returning aud taking up his pvrmaueut
rosiuouco ut meson in jooo. aim incom
ing active In tho business circles and en
ternrlses of tbo country of that tlmo. Ho
has at his command avast fund of the
litatorv. Incident and nneudotu of thnso
itarlv davs. uxcoudiiiirlv ltitorestlnff. all
of which ho saw and a largo part of
which be was. Tliougn sixiy-nvo win
tors have whitened his locks, they have
not Dent his stalwart form, nor uimin
(shod his rosunaut voice.
Mr. Fred. Shaw, of Santa Fe, was lu
town on Tuesday aud Weduosday. Mr.
' Hhaw Is tlio traveling agent for tho
lllveuhurg Nursery at Santa Fe, ono
of tho best In tho West, and ono from
which tho iwtrtm finds every guarantflo
fully performed. Mr. Shaw will bo hero
again lu a fuw days. Tho fall season Is
tho tlmo to plant trees In this country,
and tho couutr needs more trees, fruits,
ahado aud ornamental. With these
plajns reasonably covered with trees,
titero would no vaiuy less incoureuienc
from hat, drouth, hot winds mid saiid
storms. There. Is no limit to tho 'ertl Itv
of this soil. Wo bav6 an nbuiidaucp of
water, and ordinary wro In sotlluj trees
uere wouiu rareiy iau 10 insure sueee
t m! srewth. Plant tree, and this ceun
try, with it liMKtfliHirabm ellmate, would
Tbo county convention held M Silver
City, last Wednesday, to chowo dele
gates to the Territorial Domocratlo Con
vention, was called tourder by (ltdooii !).
llflfitr, Hq, hnlrmati of tlio county com
Wm. If. Kckles was chosen temporary
chairman, aud K. M. Young temporary
secretary. A commltteo on credentials
and another on pormanent organisation
being duly nppolnted, them wcro found
to bs fotly-nlno delegates In attendance
from llio various proolncts-and a por
ntauent orgnnltntlon was effected by
choosing tlldcou I), llantit os Chatrian
of tho convention and W. V. Aiken as
It was decided to veto by ballot for tho
eight delegates to tho Territorial Con
ventlou and nttnliintlons being declared
In order, tho uamos of soma twenty can
dld.ntos wcra submitted. Col. James II.
Tracy nnd t A. Hkclly worn appointed
tellers. As a result of thn voto tho fol
lowing gentlemen wcro chosen delegates!
Oscar Hubert K, 0. Mom
.!. T. MeCorklo John Htlnsoii
flestnnti Field H.T.Harkoy
0, O. IJoll A. J. Clark,
Committees of arrangement and rn
coptlon, In connection with tho Terri
torial Convention, wore thou ordered to
bo selcctod by tho ohatr, ami, amid tho
utmost good forllng, tho convention ad
Tho Hecoptlon Committee, as selected
by 3fr. Haute, 1 as follows:
John A. Moses, Chairman.
II. A. Knowlos.
W. F. Aiken.
J. II. Tracy,
J. J. Hell,
3. H, Warren,
It. V. Nowsham,
T. W. Holsou,
J. V, Ownby,
.1 ml go Heuuett.
H. hi. AHheufoltor,
J. U Vaughn,
I. It. Adair,
.1. W. Foley,
Dr. J. M. Uaddls,
II. W. Ioomls,
H. M. Young.
vf. v. ileuaiiur.
T. .1. Clark,
u oun Laru,
If a grand Jury has ground for an In
dictment, that Indictment should bo
found. To mako comment on tho outalds,
or to publish ony libel lu their report,
subjects tho mcmbero of tho body to In
dictment or civil action for damagosjust
as much as though they had done It In
their prlvato capacity. They may prosont
facts, but thalr position does not protect
them In llboliuus comment.
On tho streets of Blivor City, Friday
morulng, thoro woro said to bo II vo men
who know tho contonta of tho grand Jury
roport, although that roport had net yot
boon handed In, aud they worouot mem
bers of tho body. Ono of them Is said to
have boasted that ho had road tho pro
cious document. At tho county seat,
there was considerable illm)oHlnii'
jmu tho Jury for what woro regarded as
frivolous Indictments and for tho alleged
boasts of what they woro about to do. It
was thought that tho Jury as a body, had
reached no low a point In tho estimation
of many of tho neoplo. thattholr roport
mum uBTu nut nmo ciicci, lonaiu pol
iticians wero accredited with runulug
Tho primary called for tho purpose of
cuoosing ueiogatos to tho county con
rriiuun which met in Biivor Ulty on
Wednesday for tho election of tho delo
gallon to tho Territorial convention, wax
held at tho Odd Fellow's Hall ou Satur
Judgo Uoono was called to preside,
and Mr. Halph Mend to uct as So .rotary.
Thoro was a goodly attendance and
much Intarust manifested lu tho purpose
oi me meounj;,
Tho following gentlemen woro chosen
ns tho delegation to tho county couvou
John Corbott, Jns. II. Trncy, Jude
Hoonc, T. H. Hoblnson, .1. A. Mahoney,
II. A. Kuowlos, A. J. Clark, H. Llndauer.
o. M. Ashoufoltor, Thus. Marshall, J. J
(Juliiii, aud Judgo 8oaman Floid.
HABBOW ESCAPE FB0U SBOWNIKO.
Thoro camo very nearagonoraldrowii'
lug case hero a few days ago, Tho rains
In tho mouutalns to the north hud
causud tho Mlmbros, about a mile cost
of town, to rlno very rapidly. Mr. Jolt
Fleming, from Florida, hud boon lu
town with his wlfu and two children.
making somo purchases, and on return
ing, In nttomptltig to crojs the Mlmbres.
Tho water, ninnltiRa torrent, washed
ovory thing nut of tho buggy, and came
near Drowning tho cntlro party and do
stroylug tho homo and buggy.
Mr. Sam Piper and somo titonlo llvlnir
lu the vicinity, camo to their rescue, and
finally brought to ahoro Mr. FlomltiK aud
his family, but not without great danger
to tuemsoivos, Mr. I'iper, especially, had
avory narrow escape.
llio Mlmtires Is usually a dry bed for
a dlstauco of twenty miles north of this
place, but whon It does "got up," It
pcedliy Dccomos a raging aud Irreslitl'
bio torrent dangerous to foot with.
in the following cases, District AtUir
ney AnohoU has procured convictions at
tho present term of court!
Walter Hlrohfleld Drawing mid ills
charging deadly weapons fine.
James Wilkinson Assault and battery
Ocorgo West aud Frank Murry Steal
Ina horses ten years each.
Charles xs lug Larceny from a store-
Charles It. Hubur Assault with Intent
to roliuot yet aontouced.
Itloltard Haywood Unlawfully dts
charging deadly waaponvordletof Jury
Jono Duranjtos and Deslderlu Ochna
larceny from dwelllnir four years each
Albert Muyllold Awault with Intent
Sliver City, Aug. 87180O
I heart! a fellow say here,
tho other (ley, that 'T' of tho Headlight
must bo dead, aud I concluded It was
alraut time for mo to mako another break
Did you over see a smalt peg wobbling
about In a big holot Well, that's D. 1
Curr, tho foreman of tho Grand Jury
Ills Important airs aud would bo state-so
oret manner hvo mado hint tho laughing
stock of the bar and" of tbosa who attend
ooUrt. If a member of the Grand Jury
passed In or out, this vigilant, foreman
muitb) at the Jury room dour and lock It
himself lo mako sure that nothing leaked
out. I watched tbrtt door one day, from
mvro curiosity, and saw It torked and un
locked Ihlrteeu limes In flvo Minutes,
and the bailiff on guard there all tho
time. Blnr Chamber sessions and the
famous lniulttluu aro nowhere. Then
Carr has mado hlmsolf nnd his work tbo
subject of rldlculo by his boasts of how
thorough ho wits going toinaka his work,
nnd generally acting ns though ho
thought tho county had uoverlieen bless
ed with such a foreman, or ns though no
grand Jury had over before done lis duty.
Ills appointment was n mlstako, for tho
man's absurd display of vanity and pom-
H)sll.y has detracted In advance from tho
forco of any possible report tho jury may
make. Candidates nro still ou tho In
crease, and I hoar of plot and combina
tions, somo of them bold and wicked,
and somo of them Just absurd nr. I amus
ing, Andy Laird has been on tho look
out hern for about a week, aud Is keep
ing a shrewd, silent tonsito lu his head.
Ho knows moro than ho talks about, nnd
Is gaining strength with his party. Car
penter's prospects nro Improving, ou hli
sldo too, and It Is remarked that Stlno Is
losing ground. HIsoYcr-coufldeiic has
hurt him, and men begin to ask whcthr.r
tho county has not had enough nf profes
sional oftlco holders. That samn (ptes
tloit has hurt Whltubll), too, but tho 1st
tor Is working llkn a heaver this term of
court, while Sllne, who Is absent, I los
ing opportunities. He and Morohead
havo gono to Moxlco ou a mining deal In
which limy ntr both Interested.
Tho Hell-Skllllcom mining suit comes
ou to-day, aud will certainly take tho rest
of tho week, perhaps part of next. It Is
said a certain aspirant forl'robato Judgo
ship wo koiit from gohig nrur to too
wemocrnts uy i.connru promising mm
that nomination, but tlio Convention
will not give him anything. Judge Hoi
man's friends aro firm ami cotuldent,
Kd Young seems to be tho growing can
didate for clerk, and John Adair for as
sessor, ou tho Democratic sldo.
Ore at preparations aro going on for tho
Territorial Convention, aud overybody
hero (Including many Hepubllcatis) are
In favor of Joseph. Ho will bo nominat
ed Irst vote,
It Is expected this Urnnd Jury will do
everything jtotwlbln to mako political cap
ital. At least, there are somo ou It, who
are believed capablo of doing this, under
tno protoimo or protecting pumic imor
ests. Certain outsldo workers, ono of
them an ex County Commissioner, who
mako nrotenso of liavluu been an oftlcor
of great economical virtue, have tatkod
a poou ileal, mid uroppoti inuiuaiioiis
about Indicting County Ofllccrsi and this
ono lenves tho impression that he has
workers ou tho Jury and largely runs It,
although ho hlmsolf Is not a member.
Hut tho pooplo of Grant County havodts
comment aud a mind of their own, nnd
nro not tu bo misled by nuy dozen men
who accidentally stumiilu Int I'ttlo au
thority, Tho motive Is wo . dcrstood.
Frspsrlee for the Ooavsatlea.
IHIIrrr Cllr 8nUnl)
At an enthusiastic Dmnocrotlo primary
held at tho Court Ilotiso Saturday uvou-
Inc. for tho mirposu of selcctlntt twolvo
delegates to the Domocratlo county con
vention to bo hold lu Silver City ou tho
!7th Instant, Uldoon D. Ilautr. culled tho
meeting to oiuer. and Judge Chas. O.
lieu wits ennsen cuoirman aim rugar ji.
t oiing, secretnry.
After seloctlon of dolomites to tho Ter
ritorial Convention the following was had :
On thn motion of (lldoon I), llantr.
Massrs. ivauo, Carpenter, Fleming and
Whltohlll wcro appointed a special com
mlttoo to receive mid entertain tho dole
gates to the Territorial Democratic Con
vention. On motion of J. W. Fleming,
Oldeou D.Hantr,lMI.Uly,K, M. Young,
L. A. Skell v and Chas. I. Davenport were
chosen a lluaiico commltteo to solicit tho
necessary funds. Ou motion of A. II.
Harlleo. tho chair ummlnted tho follow
lug commltteo to mako arrangomonU for
llio reception oniic territorial iinieentaai
(lonrgo 1). Ilauncr. James OHIett, Wm. II.
Ilrahtn. Aaron Hchutr.. Dr. Henry Wood
villi). Thereupon the meotlug adjourned,
District Commutes Vesting.
Doming, N.M., Aug. 28, 1800.
The district Domocratlo commltteo be
ing In session at Duinlug, N. M., ou this
date, and thuro being a vacancy In tho
commltteo from Doun Ana county, Allan
II. Mncdouald is duly apiiolutud to III!
On motion of Fred. M. Smith, member
for (Irani county, Allen 11. Macdnuald
was elected Hecrutnrv of tho committee.
After discussion It wAs decldcdthiittho
renrpMontation from tlio dlfferontcotintles
of this district to thn forthcotnlna district
convention bo established ns follows)
Ursnt county. 7 renreseiitatlvesi Dona
Ana county, 7 rcprosentuttvesi Sierra
ountv. a renrosentatlves. It was decld
cd that tho forthcnmluir convention bo
held at Domlnif. Decided not to fix data
for holding ronvouiion at present, ino
secretary was Instructed to notllly the
chairman of dlifereutcountv central cum
mlttees later when convention would bo
held.aud ordered that tho tlmo of hold
nif tin, d utrlot convention shall lio ns
hereafter to tt determliied by tho chair
man nt mis rqmmitice, a letter wai
read from Kd. rest, member fot Blorra
county, regretting his Inability to bo pros
T n 31. Ashcuroltcr,
Allan II. Macdnuald,
Ou Sunday morning last Qretchen, the
four-year-old daughter of Mr. aud Mrs.
John A. Ilalthel, died, altera short but
painful Illness. Thn funeral took place
Monday morulng from tho llalthel grove,
tho very largo funeral procession testify
lug tho respect lu which the llalthel
family Is held and thu sympathy of our
community In tho sad ofllctlon. Little
Qretchen was a native of Doming,
bright child, each day of whoso Ufa gavu
promise of a futuro tilled with Joy and
prldoto tbo parents nnd profit to tho
world. I'afo and speedy bo her Journey
"To tho Islands of tho blessed,
To tho Kingdom of I'aliunnmh
To tho laud of tho horeaftar."
Mr.and Mrs Itallhol dsslro to express
their thanks to ltev. Mr. Pipes, Judge
Flold and other friends who aided them
during tho sickness nnd burial of their
We purchnw beer In carload tat
ami tell at loteetl rates.
Llndauer, Wormier i0 Qo
,AH Guatemalans between thengM nf
In aud Gt years have been ordered to re
port lor hfllltary duty.
Cronn. whoOnlus omitth and broiichttl
Immediately relieved by Bhlloh a Cure
LOCAL ANII THHKITOMIAT,,
RubUrt la littl of llmtlonnir lMinn.
efslleChnrenlloe. 1 UffhT seitjinitr mtU
cndlill tor the nfflro ut A,'t nt (Irint
1 wooid riwtifiiiiy iitioii)i ilui I win irn
IwfuM th Uriht O)
this fll, for nomhiiiloii lo ilia
til wnmj ijemwrmc I 'lnrrnnou,
n. l'. DAiirtKTiH,
I liorAbr anniiiiiim mjtl
i.nnrfl M)rlf a ft
.'ihiiIv. mljlnnlu I
Hlinifff til Hunt t.'i
uetilfe Coarttr (rliavMitliiu.
fillrtr Cllr, N. il
' SI'.. If r a
I fMIXflfiillr iiiiininiM Hirlf S S
fnrllmiimniiil I'mlinln Jntlim of (lunt ttittnlj
nlijfttt o lha irproYnl "f.tho twtDly. I)f niortlle
iiiKniia, n. n.
. Aaaacmtai. .
MnliWt In lha nrlliinanil aliiirnrll ril III L'omilv
l)in(Mrl( l!mnllnti. I. wtmld fft nf ullr
nnnuiic mralf at tanitlilula forllie nmrcot
miiaia t'lclfc, 10 lie VOUU tor. tn rirtunn,
Kl, II. Youss.
nlmn.1 wnttM rrifjlfMllf intionncii
I tu thn npiirnval nf thn lliuMlraii
uf (Irani (fnnnlr. ha will lw Mnill-
tUm fur thn no1c ot Hli'illf, In lha (HpriMCliliijt
(II cainiljii. Aaoxaw ll. Umii.
t hnfaliy innoiiiifn nij-U t ranilliliti, tor ths
iintc ut af.ir of (Irani lioojlj, rnlrjfrt lo llio
iiominatiou til iho Democratic i7nriniin.
JOliM It. .Mum.
I haralit announ- m run If aa a ramllil
une mrmlf a (amlliUI for Ih
irtf tltant Ciiiinlr,,'itHI In Ilia
I III llruubllran ttSni.lv (,'imvoii.
oiniTi pi MiM-faitr f
pnu irMiiini oil
t'urt DsiaiJ, July a, M
. . n. ii. MtfAniseu.
smith' rHKAn. j
Tbo tndlac Orsesrs, XSp ths Ttllewlog!
Goods Conitsntly ca Hisl.
run cui.ii i.umciiks
Pate Da Fols (Iras.
Dovllod Strasshurg meat.
Potted Ham and Chicken,
Wild Honrs I lend,
Fish nppptlsoni. '
French Pates Trtifllnd,
Duck, (luill. Goose. Chicken. Wood
" " Cauco,
Jocky Club Hardlnas,
Mackerel In Tomatoo' Sauce,
Cross it lllackweU'a Jams.
To parties attendlnir the Domocratlo
Territorial Convention, to bo held at Sil
ver t'lty, nept. H, nun ami tmo-inird inro
will be given, In order to socuro bouofit
of this rato. it will bo necessary to obtain
receipts from tho iiiiiercnt ascitis soiling
tho tickets. Tho full farn will havo to be
palil cvitdntf to Silver City., and upon nro
sentatlon of rocelnttoifi'ther with proper
ly slKiied certlllcates, return, ticket will
bo sold at Silver City nt ono thlrd-furo
Foil S.U.Kr St. James Hotel, reasonnhlo
figures. Apply, ou tho promises.
i, ii. roster,
General Low Wallace, an nx-Govortior
of Now Mexico. Is us bur somo of his sum
merle sure at his urawrurtisvi o no no
In push ns to completion his new novel,
the sceuo of which Is laid in uunstaiiti
Shlloh's coitrth and consumption euro
Is sold by us ou a miarautiic. It cures
consumption, At Kllte Pharmacy.
Senator ltlchardson. Is thn waytholtos-
well lteuistor tints tt'lii a lat Ismie. Al-
thoiiffh It Is fomewhat promaturn It
sounds cood to the cars of many of Ills
friends In this part of the district. G, A.
ltlchardson Is wall known from one mid
to tho other of his district, and If the
Democrats sen fit to place him In noiulnn
tlon, thorn will ha n united effort to sco
him alocted roirardlcss of opposition
(White Oaks Interpreter.
A large lot offence tetre, milling
ealt and table tau at
Zlmlauer, Wormier i0 On.
ou Main street Is going to be ono of the
most substantial and attractive business
iioiisca lu town. Tho walls are of ilouhln
uilolio on stotto foundation, with Iron pil
lars mid brick, and largo plate glass f ropt.
OmiNTiKK. tho finest preparation for
cleitiislus and whitening tho tenth
manufactured and sold only by lha hllte
Pharmacy, put up In Sfl and DO cent
Cnttlti are stitTorlim from a strantxo dis
ease lu both Missouri mid Kansas.
Shlloti's vltallrnr Is what you need for
constipation, loss of appotit . dlr.r.lness
ami nil symptoms oi dyspepsia, rrico
in nuu .i cents per uuttio. ai r.ute
Mrs. liar re. nf Denver, mado another
real citato deal lu ButitA Fe. taking In
iilnu lots near Gen. HobitH s plaro for
CI.000 cash. Cant. Jobh Ofay mado tho
Thomas Drown will (in Monday, Sept. 16th
hiiRiii tho tutu annual session or ins
Academy mid his seventh year of teach'
lug nt I fuming,
'l lio Academy tlnos not enter Into compO'
tltlott with, nun certainly uoca
In niitatronlsm to our Public
honestly and successfully administered
ilurlup; tho )asttwo years. Nor dons it
seek tuitrotiugo f nun the )iiuerir.til bono-
noianrs or any jiervcneu ciiarny. iu
hoiiaat. nelf-resnect us moil and women
dcstrltiir for their children such Individ-
inn aiioiiiiDU aa in mimiaoiuio in rcuiior
..-...--. .... ii. i- . .. .
111 our nvor-crowdod nubllo school this
Aeademy may bo welcome. The blush
of shainu will not ha brouelit to the cheek
ofsiirh neoiilo by the kuowledgo that
thn beggar a hat Is sent around in Dom
ini; for this Academy, or that servant
irirls and farm laborers In t o Kant nro
liiTeltflFil Into airing live cents (or Jo
sus and lire dollars (or Pralse-Uod-llare
bones to teach tho natimir children of
ThoSn inorlnir on n lower tilano of so
ctal ethics nro Invited to tsko thn tetter
If not tho spirit of Horace drooiy'soft
quoiea an t i ce. it
Several new tiutldlnjrs baro been built
lately noil others nru being built,, which
demonstrates that lU'Oiilo hsve faith lu
for the rilhk teasm, al
0. II DA.VJi
C. JH. DNTE fe CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
t Parloi Suits,
T 1 S- i w
Metalic Caskets, Undertakers Goods
General Agents Giant Powder Co,
J&jax Triple Force Caps, Best Brands of Ttxse Always on Haettl.
Agents for tho Celebrated Harden Hand Grf.nades.ORDER BT KAIL DECEIVE PROMPT AnEXTIOI.
Uroiis In Now Maxtcn this year aro
lookltij; cuecpilliigly wtdl, aud nearly
every section prnmlsos largo yields. Tho
partial (till nro of competing products In
thn oNKtern states will result In nu enhan
ced value for Iho product of New Moiti
t:rt farms, and make of this a prosperous
year for the farmers of tho southwest.
UVinf In left of our stock of sum
Summer Dress Goods,
We aro selling at grcatls reduced
JMaauer, ormser and (jo.
The largest Hood that has visited Hills
borough since 11037, came down from tho
mountains last Monday ovrnlng. Tho
largest body of water camo down tho
North PiTcfia ennyoni In fact, but very
little of tlm water camo down the Middle
and Smith I'urcha Canyons. Thostirfacn
of the water was covered with driftwood,
the accumulations stneo last Hood, three
years ago, and somo very largo log pass
ed down, ono of which struck tho foot
hrldgo across tho creek between town
and the residence of .Mr. Ucorgo Perraiilt,
and all but thn abutment on thooppostto
shlo was completely torn asunder and
swept away, Advocate
Catarrh cured, health and sweet breath
secured, by Shlloh'H Catarrh Homed.
Price 110 cents. Nasal Injector froo.
It. II. Hopper, familiarly called "Hob,"
killed a mountain Hon last wrok uudor
clrciimstrnres that would havo done cre
dit to Davy Crokntt aa a hunter, or ICIt
Carson as alt Indian lighter. Iltllsbora
Straw Hats, given aicatf at half
price. Llndauer, Wormser and Oo.
The almost endless quantity of vegeta
bles arriving hero and passing on to oth
er places, Is astonishing. Not n day has
paused slnco the season commenced but
what thoro are now arrivals of vegetable
wagons. And tho varieties are so great.
Compound extract of lllaekbnrry, a
certain cum for diarrhoea, dysentery.
Bittumi'r complaints etc. prepared and
sold only nt Kllto Phnnunoy.
Uy Tuesday's stngo from Ditrnugo
thoro arrived at Ar.tra a llttlo girl, Miss
Kottbi Colbern, who had comu direct
from Hau llemnrdliio, California, having
come via. Alliuiiueniiie, 1m Junta and
Pueblo, n journey that had kept her on
tho road from thn preceding Thursday,
and that was no small undertaking for a
ten year old child, unattended and alone.
Hot sha mado tho trip nicely, receiving
tho utmost attention and coualdoratlim
from railway olllclals and others tho en
tiro length o( her Journey, tiaii Juan Co.
Our stock Is complete of
Llndauer, Wormser iO Oo,
The prospect Is that Santa l'o will bo
lllunilimleil by electric lights boforo
another twelve mouths roll round. Tho
niicleiit capltol will soon be In tho swim.
C. II. Dane ifc Co. 1ivp hut received a
largo cotislifiimoiit of new patterns nf
carpels Iiigrnlns, tapestries aud llrtis
sols, and Hiuyriua rugs,
Miwtnf us aro blind to the rtrmrrcss
which tho real San Pedro has mado du
ring tho past six mouths, because we arn
blinded hy tho glaro of the recent boom.
Hut when wo look ut thu sternly davubin
mailt nf such properties ns the Tros Her
liianos, tho liiiokv, thn Illaek Ilitwk, (la-
lena Hill. Moiitttuln Mower, no thinker
will say that Pedro has lost her grin,
Then thoro are numbers of prospectors in
thn Held making music with their picks.
True, thu lllg Copper did shut down,
and tho smoky smaller, but they ntono
do not constitute Sail Pedro; besides, tho
Hants, r e Copper company are prmrltig
for resumption on a greater scale than
ever, and when tho concentrator is up,
for which titero is oro enough ou lha
dumps to keep It going a year, the ramp
will lie livelier than before, ((loldeii I).
drain and flour, tcholesale and
retau, latest quotations,
htnaauer, wormser iv uo.
One of tho most narrow escapes from
Instant death to a coach load of pi
tsrs that over tx-.cuml lit Sierra Ci
ook nlaco last Wednesday mornlir
iv morn I nu i
In tho heart of Lnko Valley and lu tho
ureseuco of hundreds uf people,
'IIackinelack"n lasting and fragrant
perfume. Price S3 and 60 cents. At
It Is said that ex Vice Prasldent
llsmdlial llatnlln does more ilshlnir and
catches fvwor fish than nuy other man In
All llnds of agricultural Imple
mcnts, farming tools, ntotes, scrapers
etc, Llndauer, Wormser iii Oo.
If vim ii rn M'ounmlrnl. Inn' wuterlltel
linn. 1'linra In till ttart of tlieiil that should
evor be wasteil. mi tho core, dry the
stieds. ami mako ton (or kidney trouble.
Opt tlio greeii off tho rind, atld make pro
ftrvos oyplckles. Wash your (aeo wllfi
iho Inside of tlm grcou rind, and It will
lionrovo your complMlon a It oan be
Impiovcd lu no other wy.
ATTENTION TO TltKItt BPKCIAtlTIKS OP
water raooFi 'ssfrss
h ' ' 0.1 IM M4 i IM kW Mf KM r.
'cliipm a FiiiilwiMitNW
QiNMa i CUUt, t3WiAmimrnt
,UJ&Ua U UUUUU)
The following letters remain In the
postofllci) at Doming for tho week end
ing August 00, 1800.
Adams J C I.lrohurg.T II
Martlner. Ilonlfaclo Mendoa Cevdora
Reynolds 8 V Sartucho Crux
Baiiaii HpiKtnoK, P. M.
Still more and the latest Improrc-
mcnts ( tne acio name netting Ma
chine. It Is light-running and perfect
ana tee guarantee cacn mamnc.
Llndauer, Wormser and Oo.
There aro no Idle miners who want to
work, to bo found In Socorro, nnd moro
men aro wanted. I no mines at Kelh
nnd Hardscrabbln want men also. Thfi
shows that tbo mining Interests aro look
For Inmc back, sldo or chest, use
Shlloh's Porous Plaster. Prleo 28 cents.
At Kllto Pharmacy.
A two-ycars-old cinnamon hear waa
killed west of Santa Fe. ou tho road to
tho crater, aud two miles beyond Agua
rria, i in was snot twice uy f emanao
Tnpla and Cosmo Carlllo, two good
Wilt you suffer with dyspepsia and
liver complaint! Shlloh's Vltallr.er Is
guaranteed to cure you. At Kllto Phnr
While nliarrvlncr rock vesterdav In thn
hilts above Axtec, Old Novelty llocers
found seven nro-hlstorlc stone sledeos
that had evidently been used bv tho an
cient Artecs to quarry nnd trim stone for
itteir iiuiiuings. nix wero in an excel
lent stnto of preservation, and some worn
tiiilto heavy, weighing full twenty pounds,
it tion ifliiuii tuny isy raguturiy arranged,
as If they had been jurt laid down by the
workmen using them,
inait junr. un. in
Blenplrss ntchts. tnada tnlserablo bv
that terrible cough. Shlloh's Corn Is tbo
remedy for you. At I.llto Pharmacy.
BuehioHH lota, ruflltlcnco lotn.
unproved i)roiotty, long-torin
lciiHOfl nntl iiropcrty In nny nlutpo,
ana on nny toruin o fro red uy
UrolCUYEU & WAHHINOTON,
rionoor llenl Eatnto ami ItiHiir
nnco AgonlH, who nro also ngcuts
tor tito Doming TowubUo.
riirclinnorR iiL'rooInir to built
ou lota imrolmaoil on Doinlntr
'JL'ownaiio nronnrty, will uo irtvoii
n Iionvy rortiiutlon if HiibHluntinl
inprovciiionui or n Htlimlntoil
value nre inuao witlilu a renaoiut
I . . a
If you wnut to know what to
buy, whoro to buy nnd whou to
buy, call ou
MOKJ4TKH & WAHHINOTON.
Kotlcs for rabllcatioa.
Land Offlto t Ua Cranu, U. M., I
Knllrn la harahv i-lvan lha, (ka frttl..wlnM
sr.?i nv. . .. I .
namnl liltr hn UlmT ntillm ot hl Inlenllnn ft
niaav ihiiii (iriHii in Dminri
alii liriHil hi aupimrl uf hl
mak niuil tirmil In otitiort nl lila I liliii, and that
1 1 ' ..' 1" '"I'l1"" " ni rnim, ami mat
ilaatiMinr I'roliala rlatlr. at Miliar l'H M- V
mi nni i niaqn rinm rrnlMin Jlielira
M Otl. 4. ISno, tin Anrlinw i. Clark th Iriaili!
SL lVv ' W,Tpi!IH. nl
Ha nsmwi tB? fnllowln)rllriaa lninroa hla
conllnmiu) teililmr oixlli, and cnltlrttlua ut Mid
IlltUarjt llnlr.T. M. Hnblnaon, Arlkur lllebarda
Tints. Ailamt, nil ut Jlrinliii;, N. M.
naauzi. r, atvniri,
BOjN ton stables.
Livery, Feed and Sale.
SILVER AVENUE, BELOW PINE STREET,
DEMING, N, Ms
Hay and Grain dealt in,
STOCK BOARDED BY THE DAY OR WM.
HIDES and PELTS BOUGHT and OXB,
Tfibti Supf lied with ill tin Dfliiln of tki Statin. I:
lha new inmisfliwient this f epttlsr llottt will In uimHs4 fel
JOHN A- MOSKS.
in Ash, Imitation Mahagony,
Antique Oak and Walnut.
S3 Window Curtains?
Constantly on. U.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
Omoe Hours: 10 A. M. to 4 P. M
8. F. MANilEFEIlT,
T. S. ROBINSON'S
Is located on
rino Stroot, throo doors west ot
First Nntlotittl Bunk.
Ills Stock ot
STAPLE AND FANOY
Cannot Vo beat In tho Comity.
His Candles aro of tho
FRESHEST AND PUREST.
Boat Assortment of Bwooluicnta
IK DEM INO.
Doors always open, and
Ordors Promptly Filled.
THE ST. JAMES.
On miver Avenue, loath ot depot.
Newly Opened! Thor
Tbe Ublo U furnished with well cooked,
subtlstitlul (ood, Jtooms clssu and airy.
I'rlco roduoccil to 91 ,00 per day
for tratuloHt cttont. ItciRiiltir
boiiril 90,00 per week, llonrel
nutl lotluhitr, 97.00t
J. W. FOSTER Proprtotor,
ROOMS IN lUTtX;