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A l.rlJ CtimpurUnn if the Kcrntlul
IVIuU of O. Prisión. TUt !! for
Ihrir ro .tiU.il Ion lllll anil the
Krr - taltlll llrltltirritry.
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NEURITA CATTLF. CO.
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! ' il il I.-1- 'il'if i'f
LKJUT WON ISLAM.
AEOID Drrr?:3E OF TUT; COCTn.;C?
Or THE KCHAN.
i j; '.'w .'till f x-'m in tl.e Nurlh,
fin i' t Ml to wliuli ntiy jrnhu ei
ili.ill.fiil voters to (KH!-o (lie
eiuiMe C rcjiiiMuruiimn. reimliuj;
the vote upon UtU íucn.Mirt in the
hoi!sr iu lfc'.M), coinineri iiil InkIÍi-8
tlironJiout tin country ami liuu
lnita of r )ullii nn ill liouneeil
lie MM t) rnmiiiiil nml niipetri
i'iif. With every branch of the
government in itn j-tpossion the
party faileil to ennct it into n law.
C'oiniiiercidl iH.'liert nml intelligent
citizen ilo not meet to denounce
plat forma. A force Kill n n pint
form nppenl.-i to tin? mr.KreH, nrous
11 á npjirovnl or ili.r.ppnnnl, nc
co riling to pirti. kinship. Not
until t'oitirroHs takes up a Mil nml
threaten to en.-ict n In w do tliouj;lit
ful jieople organize public meeting-
for or n;;ainiit it.
The South han Inclín to fchow
nomo jios.siLüÜy of wnndei n fifter
fide i.iucs. Severn! (states have
people's party ndvocntes who have
inndu home impression upon the
democratic strength. 1'y careful
ly ri-f rainiiiL; from attacks upon j
these statea it in faintly possihle
that repuMienns miht havo tuib
tracted a few electoral votes from
the democratic column. Rut to
eliasn imaginary votes in Northern
ututos they have taken the right
course to prevent ft democratic
hplit in the Smith. The forco bill
mi ins much to the Southern peo
ple. This platform threat to take
from the states home rule has vis
ibly í'trcn;ther.il the determina
tion in South to i ii k nothing.
.Republican defeat to ihem is more
imrtant evi n than democratic
victory. It, the North there are
no democrats who believe in (he
force bill. Amni: Western farm
err not republicans there are very
few who sympathize with the spir
it of the force bi'l.
lum !!'( Its Wily. Ati"V n i : ni. vt"
!' 1..;: 1 tV-t t.'nur ef t!,.
I 11 I I t'l'l ( M Í 1 i-i I,., n tl til I'l (if
!. '.I h" 1 ! .1" . .1 tf.ivil f. í, 't;:,'
i"ifvf tl: I , . t evi r f-l.-.iit. Till' two
liicn n-Vi hilli' l ,;n ( Ti f (muso t im
l.i "! f tl i- Inur. Interview in is'ijw
Immediately after the house
passed the bill, throughout the
North and West the party lost more
heav i!y than at any time since it
gained power. While the MrKin
bv Ml tin largely res)onfiible for
this loss, the forco bill certainly
diil no' aid the republicans. It is
noi good politics to push the issue
at this time. The republicana will
push it because there is yet a
mnligant sectionalism in their par
Possibly the spirit of intolerance
demanded gire, and fear prevailed
that the platform would Feem
unnatural without a sanguinary
plank. Thousands of old party
men might go u-dmy because of a
failure to recognize that to which
they have been accustomed. It was
to hold voters and not gain them
that force bill politics were
Hcmljr for Stutt-liooil.
At!. ii t.t 0"ni7u"7i.
The chances are against the ad
mission of Arizona and New Mex
ico, just at present. In the case of
"Wyoming ami Idaho, the republi
can!! hastily voted for their admis
sion for purely partisan purjioscs.
Wyoming's constitution provided
for female suffrage, nml Idaho's
organic law prohibited the free
exercise of religión faith and wor
fehip; but the republicans gladly
yielded these little points in order
to reinforce their voting strength.
Wyoming has a population of
fiO.TO.I, and Idaho 8t,:i,S.-a total of
14. ..li'JO. Arizona has a Kpnlation
of .V.,f.-J' and New Mexico lM,r):
. t .tul of 213,21.'. In area,
,v,!th, resources, and prospects,
t-e i. . ....: :.. ti. i
n.ii'iio" mu pass mano
'yoming; but they have
Uk,c Inaioi itie.-i. and ilo nut
-t of a chauee with a
P'ji sbi lean hf'iiu,,
'u lien tho Louse wa i
U i r S.eakir Iteed'í rule, it re
fuxil to admit these waiting sif
ters, Rlihoiigh a democratic house
h.id admitted the two Dakotas,
M n! uri tid Washington, know
in;,' at b-a.t three of the tu to b
Tt is id most a certainty that the
M ii.ife will leave Arizonu ami New
M.'xieo out in the cold, und they
" ill be excluded, not because they
") unfit for statehood, but biiupiy
,o d -. lelv be.an.vt) their inhabi-
Twenty-one cimreliii anil chaIii to
filóla. nl v.-ro líiurk l,y li'liti!in IumI
:n. lie I An uu.h -rity Jcitnti that 70
l" r i. uu ef tii lililiiinii :t'lucUjn
li .v in uro lu uii tuiii. fiiclury cu
Te ex iet t'At of tli l.iinmirt liUi Ic
!Ui t.f I'.lenfii. ui. hiij ;i,,.., to In
l ' t. lalely lvn t"li ,j eiei la lh
'-rr- tt fxeuVH'injj tht f wi i re I a I loiia vt
Li.i.l,i,;s in O. I Kel t llii un.
M. M turner cilt not know tí:' rct
ntiy t'ttT tlmn ho ilon if hp 1m l Iweri
Urn tiiere, nnj w c.r frem ,:, new
Vuhitnn. "Koiiveiiirn ilu Mundo M.i-mi1-uian."
a tnw liolel view nml ron-ii'.ern-ttiiiin
mlilreD.'t U eiTiilly to Binttnaen
Tli priMti r rertiun of tli( jiron-itn of
the Knran a meaning whirli es-
te. heunKe that liie.minif is t
viirinnof with wir Mhrí nd our nian
nern. nml this is what itive ris to jxv
litiral 'rnr iif an inciilciiliihle ti'mcIl
The MiifHiiltiiHim do not fail to return
the nttaeks tliut me nuule tii.en them.
ConecdiiiK to nn the ailvantii;rt in a Jim
UtímI and seimitiflc jmiiit of virw, tliry
hoi 1 that tho richeg mi l lnaniin of the
few do not lnnl;e the lin;iine of the
uiany. and tlwy claim mipiTierity for
their inornl and social coriHütuüon.
K'-M-ntinlly deinocnitie in iM oriiriu,
lalaia lini a Hiiinptiiiiry law which juits
a tux of 'J' J wr cent. niHin tli JeweU of
women and uixin all ohjeetH of Insnry.
Tliis iiioripy Irifl wrvod for contei ii lo
a-vi.it jHxir tradesmen and to htiy theiu
tool. Thanks to the jiro'iiiliitien of
wine nml rmirita, tho fikSiJ (iroMeiu Is
ri lived for them. On arcing the dimmer
that hover over our civilization, the
MnM.siiIiiiiins coiniaro it to the Biin kin:?
n-mitina of a Imreed tent. They think
that if it should disappear in tho f, :nir6
if a mind y fur want of nn organic rin-
cipio it wcmia be tncnpahle of rising
a'iin from tu nshos, while their f.iit!j
niaiiitiiinii order in everything, tlie con
dition eino qna noil of luvrosa.
"Yon accuse us.'" they f.iv, "of bcin(?
dppraved. Aro you h.-s ro, yon who
keep np fiorH tn il erim in your gnat
cit:-c,-ri:p:)o your half clad wives and
danKhtcrs at ha'l and fH.-j-tH, and allow
them to be whirled an mnd in tho arms
of anybody nud everybody? Vou re
proach ua for our ignorance. In order
to pasa thioii-h lifo with honor your in
struction is rot uri tfooá ns 0rs- Xiianks
to tlio prove-.'és und the rules of window
tliHt ro taught to onr children, the1
conduct tni'inelvc9 rn:U" lime men.
With you tho men, and even the
learned, conduct tliemi'ojves like
. I I. 111..... Xr .
iioio ciiuuieii. j on ciiarge Oi
functionaries with venality. Who
contributes to its establishment if it is
not the vnlu'ar Is : 1 of traders of evcrv
class that Europe has scattered all over
the east? lou cry down our judiciary,
We too have a right to accuse yours. You
charge ns with fatalism. Fatalists we
are, just like your leanifid men and your
philosophers, who base their calculations
upon the immutability of natural laws,
ReHigned in tho face of plagues, cata
clysms und death, wo say 'It was writ
ten." F or tho re.t wo follow the words
of the prophet.
-Ono day tho prophet asked an Arab
visitor what ho had done with his camel
The Arab replied, 'I have left him at
thy gate.' -Hast thou tied him? inuuired
the prophet. "No. I have left him to the
care of (od.' 'Thou hust dono wrong,'
said Mohammed. 'Thou shouldst first
have tied him, and then have recoin-
uiended him to God.'
"The Christian doctrines of predesti
nation and of grace aro more depressing
than our fatalism. Your iguorance of
Islam makes you confound Mussulman
ulavery with ancient slavery and that
which existed until recently in Russia
and in Urazil. With the Mussulmans
there are no slaves. All are brothers.
uot in the Platonic sense of tho Bible.
but actually, having the same laws and
the name pohitive duties according to
the terms of tho Koran. Unlike Cliris
tii ii'.ty, Islam has never treated ns sal
able things, transmissible with the land,
tro ps of men who professed the com
mon faith, as was dono with the serfs
of the Middle Ages, tho uionjiks of
Knssm, and the negroes of your colonies
Prisoiiers of war are the only slaves that
It recognizes, but their children aro lxiru
free, find they them: elves can become
so by embracing Islam.
'It is tho custom from time immemo
rial in certain countries for parents to
part with their children for money, in
order to ward off poverty and open np
to themselves a career of fortuno. By
virtue of Mussulman equality this ca
reer is l'mitless in the east. How many
slaves havo become pin lias, generals
nnd ministers? Almost ull the sultans
have been the sons of slaves. Tho black
slaves taken from central Africa find in
Egypt and in Turkey a fate incompar
ably superior to that of the slaves of
your colonies. Slavery is for savarjes
tho first step toward civilization. If
their recruiting and their transportation
give riT to well founded protests, the
fsult is rot with Islam. Neither the
Jible nor tho Koran is responsible, for
"The Mussulmans proclaim the supe
riority of their Allah; bat they acknowl
edge M.'.ies as a prophet und Jesusas
Kouh Allah, tho soul of Clod. Their
veneration for Jesus extends to the
mother. Tiie in iinaculato concept ion,
introduced into Catiiolii iim by Pius IX,
haa Ikh u for twelve centuries a Mussul
"To the extreme simplicity of the
dogma im-p.t lie added tlio pohitive enjoy
ments win -li t'e p.tradhe of Mohammed
optHiHi-s to th plafonii j ys of the
rhrixttaa paradise, in order to compre
" rr -'l oice of I.-htm to hU at
tcmpta at convi-i ion. j, ,-,,t im, i ty is
r iiii-iiwe, ii.u:.iwn a promise, noa
Napoleon I, an I his o;,;.i,,u ia wortliv
of meditation." Paris, Figaro.
Kntlltff llrfrtr Mrf-pllig.
Rcieutilie men now dolare that rating
before sleeping ia of great l.er.etit, und
that a bowl of bread and milU.a mug of
Iht and a few biscuits, or a saucer of
oatmeal Is .'oro retiring will in a short
time result ta un increase in weight,
s'rengih and eticritl tone. Now York
Minina an Alligutur with Harpoon.
A muiill Indian village in Kouth Amer
ica in which I was htaying was ieriod
ically terroi ized by one of its inhabitant
being carried olf by a large alligator.
The natives lócame worked up to such
a pitch of excitement that it was re
kolvwl to kill the tcniblo visitor at uny
cost. Accordingly two powerful ineu
were chosen to wutch for it and destroy
it. One night they saw a moaner alli
gator rise out of the river und i limb on
a rock to re:t.
Forgottiicf ull ulxiut danger, they
wade I in the river until they were only
a abort illntuucM away from it, vt hi a
they took Uue a;n aul thrust two bar-1
A Mxrrlr.t Han't l lr.t Ilnty.
When a young man marries his fo-st
du'vis tt M'.dy bow his wife may live
mo t beautifully and most honorably,
and for the longest number of years.
Our nniiici ought to anticipate perma
nence and havo the common somo and
morals that win long continuance. There
can 1 o no liappir.es like that of a noble
home, no misery like that of a merely
coupling together of man and woman
for a brU'f hard working nnd animal
existence. F.very day should lie lived
H) ns to add h. alth, father than to en
feeble and weary. You may le sure
that if yon cannot rise in tlio morning
with a cle..r hea l and puro heart, there
is littlo before yon bat di ei.so nnd mis
ery and devoid. Mary K. FpenciT in
bt. Louis O'ol.c-Dciiiocrat.
A flvro of tlio rmure.
nitovy records the ua.-.f lfish deeds
ami the bravevv of our soldier in time
of danger, tuiil future history will record
ti. bravery of our workmen who earn
their daily bread amid great danger and
imminent peril. An inquest was held
la t week by Mr. Brighoie e, county cor
oner at Parr, mar St. Helens, on a man
niinicd Uichard (Jill, aged fifty years
About a year and a half ago he was
working in the : haft of a coal mine with
three oilier men, blasting rock. The de
ceased, after the shots were ready, told
the other men to gut into the hopper.
He then lighted the fuse connected
with the shots and then c '"to the
hopper. lie fancied he' had given the
wrong signal and jumped out of the
hopper to cut otf the fuse. Ilo managed
to cut off one. but the others were too
far burned. The other men begged him
to give the signal to ascend and get into
tlio hopper, loit ha said: "No, I will stay
where 1 r.in. It is better for one man
to die than for all." Just then tho hop
per began to ascend and the other tmtti
were drnwntothe top, end soon nftei
toll pulled the signal wire and they
went ttown to hnn and found him bad
ly injured ulsmt the head. He had n
compound fracture of the skull, and re-
iiiitrm-i unths in the hospital, but
never got over Mr--ttt Jury. LvaJ,
tipniilarfl ns Shoplifter.
tramareis are now said to be mosd
predominant among the criminals ar
rested for stealing in large shops oi
Iocl;et picking on lace courses or ut
great public gatherings. Several Ibe
rians have been caught purse snatching
at the (ingorbread fair, and there have
just npp-.'ared before the police court
two men und two women from over the
Pyrenees who practiced shoplifting on
a large sc:iln. Tho Spaniards, who had
been suspected of jiockot picking in the
Jardín tl Accliaiatation, were dogged by
a detective, who saw them enter the
Urands Magasiua du Louvre. They
drove to tlio placo in a hired victoria
tho joint of which was one of the men
After having remained for awhile in the
saop they saw t'ut-t they were bclnu
watched, so they left tho place, entered
their vehicle and wcr3 conveyed to the
Thither the dotective followed them,
and although he had no ocular prool
that the Spaniards stole anything he ar
rested tlio lot, the driver of the victoria
being seized by a policeman who had re
ceived instructions to observe his move
ments. Under the cushions of the vo
hielo were found three large pieces of
silk which had becu stolen from the
Louvre shops and were valued at u littlt
over forty pounds. London Telegraph
FnlUlt Ueii.rl.r M tint Ilo Kdurated.
There are to be no ignoramuses in the
English journalism of the future. A
speeial committee of the institute of the
profession has prepared a report iu
which it is recommended that candidate
for admission to membership must pass
an examination in tho English language.
English literature, English constitution
and political history, political nnd physi
cal geography. They must also have e
"Bufiioicnt knowledge" of Latin, eithei
French and German, and "some ac
quaintance" with universal history.
But perpaps the most important rec
ommendation of all is that every candi
date shall bo examined iu "The Princi
pies of tho Law of Newspaper Liliel."
This is certainly a poser, und any jour
tialiut who succeeds in showing that he
has mastered tho law of libel will be
well worthy of all the honors" which his
colleagues cau bestow. Pall Mall Bud
Kr. M'estuiiky's Arlatocrutic lien.
At the farm of Mr. Maurice Weslosky,
of Albany, a Plymouth Rock hen had
been set on siteeu eggs thirteen oi
which were Plymouth Hock eggs and
the other three c;";s of a common breed
of chickens. The motherly old hen
hatched out the whole sixteen, but when
they were all able to run about accord
ing to her clucking she seemed to eye
the three little aliens snspicioiibly. That
Biddy disapproved the mixture of the
breed was at once evinced by the scorn-
.. i . .
mi maimer a sunim, ana soou sue
showed it in an tiuphatio way by falling
vicio. i.,ly on tho three strangers and
put ting a sudden and violent end to
taeir young lives. Cor. Atlanta Con
A NwiiKirr in fts l-.urlhiiiko.
Probably no íkmio of a newspaper was
ever put In typo under more trying cir-
c mi-ranees than this issue. The typ
; badly pied, and ns it was put in
!kuioii u whs necessary to wedge it
ecurtly to k. ep eua, 8ll,H.k fri11) audo.
ing the work of days. The compositor
mih..i orawiy u tlll,lr pRtHi evw in ,w
cured and prevented
by tho prompt
Ayer's Cathartic Pills
regulate tho liver,
cleanse the stomach,
and greatly assist
Dr. J. C. Ayer . Co.
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brn k w.,!:, i; , , ,..,., ,j , ,., 1:.lM) ,,,)
bury tie m in th leiim. We we,-p com
p --bed to m.M-o our eíTice nft.-r TliiiM
day's ft-orU, and mi-.i h more damage
was done, bnt we, Tur all, were de
layed butthr.'eor four hours with our
edition. Di. von (fal.) Tribuno.
rt r.ph. , ., , i,,
On one of the recent ,0t, so;;iry after
noons, when every man b .te 1 his neigh-Is-ir
and tried to keep at u distance from
him. a perspring, heavily clothed fat
man waddled into an levntod train at
the city ball station aid pre-empted one
of the ensi seats. Ho brenhed like a
porpoise and mopped his faco with a
Just boToi e the train started a womr. i,
heavy almost beyond description wiij
adiposo ti "no, entered the same car.
The car creaked beneath her trend. The
passengers were many, and those whe
adjoined empty seats watched her prog
ress with a nervous glance. Cut with
as great a decree of blindness of choict
as is sometimes si.id to prevail in mar
riago. she plunged tc the center of tht
car and pressed herself down into tht
pace beside the fat man.
Tho fat man looked at her a moment,
but she seamed oblivious of his regard.
Then lie braced himself for a move and
got out of his seat. Then the fat woman
became awaro of hit presence.
"Don't move plenty of room," caid
"Madam," said he, and his voice wl
high und clear, "it's a hot day. I inn
fat. You ara fat. We've got no busi
ness to be any where near each other.
So you'll excuse me." And he moved
away with an imitation of dignity,
while tho pa.-r.engerg laughed at hi
Dut the fat woman, nettled at first,
thought letter of it. and as she spread
herself over the eutire seat murmured
to a crowded neighbor, "There's some
advantage in being fat after all." Uei
Point of View In Now York Times.
At meeting of the lbynl P.oianic so
ciety Pr. K. C A. Prior presented ripej
fed. i of Aratic.iiia imbrícala, tin mon-1
key pii;'.?.le tri o of Cliili. oilcctrd f. ouin
large tree growing in the ojien nir at
(.orshimi. Wills, lie mentioned that in
England the plant, though common, t 1
doin rin"is its seeds. It was fimt futrte
dnoed hera 100 years ago by Mr. Men-
iies, a bcotcli tKitauist, who acconip.v
nieil Vancouver's expedition in search
ef a passage lietv.een the Atlantic and
Pacific oceans. In returning from their
attempt they put In at Valparaiso and
were hospitably entertained by the vice
roy of Chili.
While dessert was on the table Men
tion observed some nuts he had not seen
before. Instead of eating his share he
saved them, and taking a bo of soil
back with him on board ship succeeded
in raising live plants, which he brought
to England, and these formed a stock
from which most of the largo trees now
growing iu various parts of England
have originated. Philadelphia Ledger.
CIuuiIn of faKiunt.
The locusts iuh reapjiearingin Algeria
in greater numbers than ever, in spite ot
tho efforts that were made by the French
administration last year to annihilate
the pests. It is now believed that they
como clear across the desert from the
Sondan. The period of incubation
varies from twenty to thirty, days, and
the locusts roojuire only about two
months to attain their complet e develop
ment. Tin's fact gives a realizing sense
to tho prodigious numbers in which the
terrible insect may multiply during its
progress across the Sahara. Great
clouds of tho, locusts have already been
s:'on on the northern edgo of the Sahara
making their way north. The news
comes from Touggurt and Ghardaa in
the Sahara that early this year the
locusts suddenly invaded tliose places
in such enormous numbers that for four
hours they fairly darkened tho heav
ens. About a month before similar
clouds of locusts were reported in the
valley of the Niger river in the Sondan.
and it is believed that in the four suc
ceeding weeks they had journeyed to
tiie northern part oi the Sahara. New
Italy'. New Prima Minister.
Signor Giovanni Giolitti, the new Ital
ian premier, is said to be the youngest
head of a ministry that Italy has hud
since Cavour. Ho is barely iifty years
of age, and has only been in parliament
ten years. In the caricatures of him in
The Dou Chisciotto he used to be rep
resented, owing to his being one of the
tallest of the deputies, by what might
be called a hop pole clad in a long over
coat and very high silk hat. When ho
was twenty-two he took his degree of
doctor of law, und in 1670. when Signor
Depretis was in power, ho had become
director of customs. Signor Crispi made
him minister of the treasury in March,
188'J, and in November, 1S!K, minister
of finance. A month later Signor Gio
litti resigned, owing to a üifference with
the minister of public works, whose ex
penditure he wished to cut down. He
then helped to bring about the fall of
the Crispí cabinet. Signor Giolitti is
the leader of the Piedmontese group of
the left center. London News.
rirnly of YVittar Nrrcntmry to fleslth.
As tiie waste in animal food in t lioso
who lead iudoleut lives is carried off by
the kidneys, it is very desirable that
they should lie kept well Hushed with
plenty of water, for pure water is to the
kidneys what frrsh air is to the lungs,
and taken in the early morning, prefer
ably as hot as it can be sipped, it washes
away the unhealthy secretions that have
accumulated in tho stomach during the
night, and stimulates it to healthy ac
tion, and then, passing on through the
system till it reaches the kidneys, carries
away by their aid the uric r.cid, gout poi
son and other impurities that should
have no fixed habitation in tho lody at
all, and would not have if the sufferer
were proerly dieted for even two or
thrco weeks each year. Gentleman's
Too llenvy to Go Down.
A corespondent sends the following
tough sioiy from Lancaster, which we
don't believe: "Several days ago Walter
U. Hardy noticed that a lot of tenpenuy
nails he had in a shed were disappear
ing, and he yesterday discovered that
about three pounds of the nails had been
carried to an elevated place by one of
his pigeons and nsod in building a nest."
Every baby is the swecest baby in the
world. You were once considered the
sweetest thing in the world, although
you may not look it now.
I . I . I A
ft is just as well to make the best of
everything when yon can't help it, bnt
you can try to givo a little assistance at
A KEMAniiADLE CASE.
An Indiana Sinn is Eaved by a Eis
A remarkable case baa occurred in our
tm-ritorv. J. N
yen ra of agn, was going down rapidly. líé
vrieu pnyFieian oiler puysician, patent medi
cines, home receipts in fart, everythinn.
lie went to a notud sanitarium and returned
no better. We all thought he was dying
with ccasumption, and that only a few
weeks of life were left for him.
Ilo commenced tokinor Dr. I'ie.rrtOn DnMon
Medical Discovery, and at the same time
commenced to mend, lie has used about
two dozen bottlis, and is still using it lie
nas ainea in weight, color and strength,
and is able to do light work. It is juat
such a case as we should have listened to
rather suspiciously, but when we see it, we
tmi.sf be.llevo it.
It has trebled our sales of " Golden Med
ical Discovery." Johx IUckett & SoK,
Dnirgists, Hoanoko, Ind.
"Discovery' strengthens Weak Lungs,
and cuma Spitting of blood, Shortness of
Breath, Bronchitis, Severo Coughs, and kin
dred affections. Dont be fooled into tak
ing something else, said to bo " just as good,"
that the dealer may moke a larger profit
Sheep from Persia.
Thirteen shocp and three lambs are on
thoir way consigned to the agricultural
department at Washington a fact that
presents considerable interest for the
agriculturally minded. They were ship
Ied from Persia, and an attempt is to
be tuado to introduce their breeding into
These sheep Bre said to be notod for
the beauty and richness of their skins,
which are the purest astrakhan. As a
warm climate ia necessary for their ex
istence, at least for the present, they
will probably be sent to southern Cali
fornia or to some other warm climate,
where their value and adaptability to
this country can be detorminod. Wor
Fruit. Attract Them.
Hosts of unemployed men and others
seeking temporarily to bettor their con
dition are Hocking to the Delaware ie
nmsula now to pick small fruits for the
markets of Philadelphia and Now York.
The fruit growers erect rude abode in
the open fields, and here the berry pick
era eat and sleep while the season lasts.
The earnings of berry pickers are con
siderably above the average pay of farm
hands. Later in the season come the
peach plucks," a race of tramps from
all parts of the northern Atlantic slope,
feared by the native farmers and hated
as competitors by the negro farm labor-
Bald It, kiiiI Then II. Ild.
Bert C. Hunter, a prominent mining
man of Neihardt, Mon., died recently
from a sixty grain dose of morphine,
tuken witli Miiei lal intent. Physicians
worked over Imu for seventeen hours
without success. Toward the last,
while being jolicd (it a board, slapiied
in the face and i-hakcn to keep hi in
awake, he looked jp ruefully aud mut
tered, "Oh, wlui i a dilfurence in the
morning. " C'or. San Francisco Exam
iner. How tho Hoy Knew.
Here in a telephone reply which may
or muy not have pleased one of the
"U Mr. K inr asked a man after
he had "got" the other man only it was
an ollico boy.
"No, he isn't in, Mr. W was the
answer iu a thin but clear voice.
"How do you know it is Mr. W T
aekod the ether, who may have lieen
pleased to think that he hud such a good
''telephone voice" that evu an cilice
boy could recoguizo it
" 'Cause you're the one what no one
can ever understand," cama back tho
prompt reply. New York Tribune.
BUVtH IF ALL CLASSES OF
COPPER ORtS and MATTES
Write for Prlcf .
1752 CURTIS ST., DENVER, COLO.
J. CROCKET GlftSS.
Proprietor of the
Ill : SALOON !
CENTRAL, N. M.,
Tho Choicest of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
DAYII) AIUtAllAM, Prop.,
STAGE : LINE
- VI A-
F0KT BAYARD, CENTRAL AND
SANTA RITA TO
Muges arrive dully In Kllver Oily on tli
rtriwrliire u( train. cHrrvlne hhh-iikth, until
ami rjtprfHS, Hint leave Hilvrr t'lty ilinly on srrlv.
ulul liMiii.rHiiyiiiK itateiii;i!i',iiutiiuait express.
AtRilverCity In tho Express OfTice.
At Georgetown In the Rost-Ollice.
W. M. MU It I'll ICY, Miuingri,
Silver Cuy, N. M.
t id ifimo
N.K.FAIRBANK&C0. CvflttTTcsa st. tc:i
w. s. RANCH.
P. O. Alma, Socorro Cmirty, N.M. ltsngp, San
Francisco lllvor, Sucorru County.
We clatm nil
litio sml horses
branded W .H on
any part of tlie
i 1 1 mu I, also cliilm
All hiir.ws nd eL
All inerease of r.ittle branded W 8 on Wt hl
or side sua CO ou both Jhws. UuUemlutie each
We desire to call n:t:ntion to our brands as
stKive described. We will pay l .rio reward for
the arrest and convii tlon of any person or per
sons miluwfiilly handling any stock la these
v-. I " i lllll
Knrire: Hit re
City Milk Kituch.
P. O . A d d r e ss.
Silver City, N. M.
Kanga Katt Boar
2 north of Bller City.
I P. 0. Address,
Tí It Tl L-i T n... MIA
die (ilia and ' wed
lúe tu rcurro mis.
circle left nlde, crow
on left hip, Si con
nected, HAKT. Old
cíe, is dulap cut np
kOTThaThi!' VV'! .','Cwhen nold.Tented
KlKblTblgh t .t-M,. ;' 3 on shoulder.
P. 0. Address. HART BKOH
Lords bur. NeMextro
(8ometies on side
X on Klglit nip.
Range: Upper Mim
S JA8. M. HICKS.
I -.iii i .f
Hot and Warm
P 0. Address,
Silver Clly. N. M.
Horse brand U b.ft hip,
Rsnpe East side
Mogollón in nun.
tains, oa Negrita
iiiunuic all left
BARBER - SHOP,
P. L. BUQUOR. Proprietor.
Hair Cutting and Sharing.
Broadway SllverPtly . New Mexico.
Comer of Yankee Street and Urondwny, former
ly occupied ny iiieo. Jiergaiiiii, tile tailor.
6TEVB VKI.E, rxoprltor.
All the Finest kinds of
Tin Roofing a Specialty.
ruill.tnl btreel, next door to I'orlerfleld's,
SILVER CITY NEW MEXICO.
LIQUORS and CHARS
Cold Auketisvr Iteer always on draught.
Lumbor 6 Mfg. Co.
IlKAl 1 It 114 -
LUr.lCER. SASH, CGGRS.ELIKDS.
Made to Order.
bll.YLH t'l'l Y
C. W. VERA,
Lubricating nnd Coal Oil
SLLVETtCITY, - - NEW MEXICO
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
Always oa Hand.
J. M. VALLACE & CO.,
Wholettli is Retail
Bakers s Grocors-
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
FRESH BUTTER ASO EGGS.
CAKES AHO CONFECTIONERY
Corner of Bullcrd and Yanklt Strteti,
SILVER CITY, NEW MEX,
& fi JTOFS TT A T
x ' '
CENTRAL, NEW MEXICO,
Silver City & Mogollón
STAGE : LINE
Makes two round trips a week, arrlvlnor la
SILVER CITY EVEHY MON
DAY AND THURSDAY
AT 9 P. M.,
L PAVING SILVER CITY EV
ERY TUESDAY AND Fill
DAY AT 1 p. M.
J. D. LEE, Proprietor,
GEO. R! BROWN,
Ü. 8. Deputy
Mineral and Land
JilLVKtt CITY, . M.
fOlfue on Ynr.itfe street.
0. t mam,
3rd Ioor South of rostrortlce building.
FOMG GEMf Prop.
CyoUrs On. Sfall.
Kvery rti'Mcjtfy In tlie nmrki't, nt ell hours of
tlie twi-iity-IiHir. Ki'culur Mnncr (.v cents) or
to order, (iitine. Fisli. sti.i.L Knxi.
to suit (ouniict or Enn iire. ChivíuI nml w.
IKflfiil Htti'iitlini to every eint-impr. heruiiU'
louslyeleiiu. 1 try to please everyone.
O. C- IIINMAN,
8ILVEH CITY, NEW MKXICO.
SILVER CITY, N. M.
OB CD H IL 13 JS
MAKER AND REPAIRER.
Silver City, N. M.
tWAll work wurraiited. Oidora b
mail promptly attoutlud to.
Ilarry "V. Lucas,
Olllic-rt ill PiiHtiilliiM) I!i:ililiii,
SILVER U i, X. JL.