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J2DDY NEW MEXICO, MARCH 2G, IB9G.
I. L. Wlldy la setting out n large or
(. . W. Hnynes has rented tho Need
(ins Slcgmnn, of Miller, was in lown
Fred Miller was U town Thursday
from Hope. .
L. It. Hnitlett oaino up froin Kddy
on Sunday's train.
This morning J. S. Williamson left
for Ft. sumner.
W, 8. Pragor returned, Friday, from
a trip to the east.
0. 1). Foul, of Uugcrinnn, was In
town Thursday after supplies.
m. T. Hitting was in town uatcrday
looking ufter business IntcreHts.
Charley Pollock is taking dancing
lessons. Won't he bo In tho whirl.
V, 11. C. Potty and daughter, Miss Julia,
left for Midland, Texas, yesterday.
Joo Whlteman left Saturday for
Whito Ouks on u bttslneHS und pleas
J. M. lilggs and family will leave this
week for the western part of thu terri
tory. Ileal estulo deals nro getting numer
ous. but not any too many to suit tho
A. CI. Draper mode u trip to tho lower
valley Sunday. It Is not often that A.
(1 gets out of town.
OorgO A. and Charley White, sheoiF
men from tho l'enasco country, were
in town yesterday nrtor Hiippllos.
Attorney J. O. Cameron, of Kddy, nr.
rived on Sunday's train und has been
looking after J?ul business since.
Mrs. M. ,1, Murray and son and Bister,
Miss Iloso Netterberg, returned to their
Iiomo at Kddy on Saturday, Carrie
Whlteman accompanied them for a two
A. Fruit came up from JSddy last
Wednesday evening and now lias
charge of the Joyco, Fruit & Co. estab
lishment. Mr. Fruit nud family will
occupy tho Capt. James residence.
Ilagerman school has an uttoudance
of sixty-eight scholars, dally, Misses
Hluckbtono und Smalloy huvo been em
ployed fir an intension of three
months nlteriijp uxplratu'n of present
Thursday Frank Graham received
fjyj sad nows of his brothor being shot
and killed tteur Crawford, Tex. Frank
loft for Texas and hns not returned.
Tho murderer Is now In Jail at Waco.
li t'. Petty, or Midland, Texas, has
purchased the old Hoarse pruperty on
corner itlchardson uveutie nud Fifth
street. Air. Petty will build a two
ttliiiy brick residi-nco und move his
family to Itoswcll.
I". M. Iltii ton died Monday evening
at his homo near llagermnu, of paraly.
uis or the luMft. The remains will be
embalmed and sent to Fort Wuyno ind.
lfr llnrton was ono of tho oldest set
tlers at Ilagorman.
Tho Jaffa.Frnger CCuhus openea u
real estate nnd brokcrago exchange,
with a capital stock of 8100,000. Tho
firm is no well and favorably known in
New Mexico that tho JUhiisthii need
nst mention their reliability. Tho peo
pie of lloswell oro glad to know that
the linn has again estuuibuieu iiseir in
(iiisIuchh In our midst. Their olllce is
lu tho old bank headquarters ut Hotel
THE OLD AOE CAVES IN.
A I 'f f. ,nii(i huiI n J.ono llalajr
KOws hat. been received hero of u
serious disaster to tho Old Abu gold
mind at White Oaks. There was u eav
Ing In a lev nights ago, from tho llrst
in thu H&Lh lovrl. a distance of about
700 feet. i.'h" men were ull out of tho
mine Bt tho time. It will tuko mariy
tvk and an expenditure of 860.000 to
repair the damage. Nearly all of th
people of tlio oamp are dependent upon
this mine fur employment und tho dis
aster hi of public character. Tho
burning of tli t shaft lust year caused
the h so of (Wo lives and the suspen
sion i.f work f r months. Tho iniuo
linn for many rears been a good pro
duccr and he paid large dividends.
Iteecntly atiOJVbody of rich oro was
stytck otid ijntlDtiblcdly tho company
will take jirnmpt measure! to repair
the damage. hi ruso neraiu.
1 1 1
j, A CHILD U09T.
l ii JIlvl ftoin Last Nlgltl' OuIroIub
T. & V, Train.
si.li IU to lit KU'ato ItmM
Van Hoius, Texas, March 23,-Tho
four year-old son of W. C. Harden, who
was u passenger on tho T. & P. east
a . . . A. . . I 1.1 i ..
.yjotllM train iasi nigm, was ios somu
where Sierra lllanou and Van Horn
The child was last seen at Sierra Jilanoa
im tho train. A party from hero In
t ar hiug fr it.
AHIMiokat for llog,
.Hitherto tho growing of this ralua-
blo tuberous rooted perennial, Illustra
ted hcrowlth, has been nlmost wholly
neglected, nnd greatly misunderstood,
Hut tholr groat vnluo as a cheap, handy,
healthy hog food has been so thorough;
ly aired tho past three years, In tho
pross of thu country, by men who have
had practical experience with them,
that an enormous dmiund has been
created for thorn.
As a hog food they cannot bo oxeol-
led. A good plan is to plant all your
lots with artichokes about May first,
when your hogs nro turned on pasture.
Then when your pasture plays out In
thu fall-or about .September into Oc
tober 1 you will have line food In your
lots for your hogs, whero they can root
at Intervals, whenever tho ground Is
not frozen, until the following Muy,
when they will have received as much
benefit from. one nsre of urtluhokcH as
from ten ncres of corn. Thoy will also
have lelt enough tubors In your lots to
ru-seed the ground for tho next crop,
It Is a hog's nature to root, In filet
his hogshlp lsnev.ir happier tlmu when
ho Is rooting, und tin nrtluhuko ouu
truly bo called a hug's drug store.
A wealthy hog rauor of tho writer
louiialutnnco, v,ho has made 480 acres
of 8100 land out of hog raising for tho
pork market, miys he would not bo
without a big puteh of the urtlchokoji,
as ho has hod no hog tllwniu) In his
herd since they have been allowed to
oat artichoke tubers.
A sow will not oat her pigs If she has
been allowed previously to out arti
chokes, and hogs do not root up pas
tures in the Bprlug when thoy have pro
vlotisly been allowed to root In the ar
tichoke patch to their hearts' content.
A hog's object lu rooting is to obtain
roots, which, ns I said before, servo tho
samo purpose to him its does the drug
btoro to tho luuimim being. Afrtr ho
has eaten a goodly portion of art!
chokes, tho rooting notion will bo al
most entirely nut of his head, so say
extensive hog raisers who lmvo grown
and fed the artichoke.
In many parts of North America the
"wild" urtlchoku Is it native. It Is
merely a bad weed, n dangerous pest,
which produces very fow and small
tubers, and Is very dillleult to extermi
nate. Many farmers who have seen It
growing understand that there is u dif
ference n vust difference lu tho
wild" and "tame," or domesticated,
sorts. In fact thoy aro us dllferent as
are wild and tame ryo.
During tho past fow years tho tame
or domesticated sorts have been Im
ported from Ittirope and are, In some
psrtH of tho United Status, being ex
tensively grown us a hog mid stock
Thu artichoke can ho as easily grown
us corn or potatoes, and on laud that
will produco fifty bushels or corn you
uau easily raise wo Minimis or urn-
uhokes. The writer frequently does
this, and has grown over POO per ocru
on ground that had never been ma
Cut tho tubers, plant und cultivate
precisely same as potatoes. They ure
great soil eurlcher, und can bo easily
exterminated by plowing the young
plants tinder when thoy nro about a
foot high, as tho old tubers huvo rotted,
und tho young ones havo not yet form
ed ut tho time,
1 would not think of farming with
out them. The Improved Whito French
is tho only variety worthy of culture
and it is u purse comforter. Six bush
els will plant ono acre.
Again I say, grnw thu urtiol oko and
you wilt havo u line, health hog rood
und no choloru. J. P. Vkwiiiii.no,
Mellville, Madison County, 111.
ONLY HI 5.0(1
'I'lia 'I'uina t'xnlfin Itnltonv fJutnninv
will thU year fufiiUh to legatary ordnlnod
elergymii, duly oredlla-l, uiUilunornrlr
ur ntliBm noltlr nuirnaet! in mlnWlcrlnl
ilullin, on thousand mllo lloktU good
on nl purliaii orilini hjhimh.
AppiltmlBU mr iiimki mni iiiuuiu
Tviiu A Faeitla lUllwnjr, or ndur.
(lou'l 1W & Tt. Aetit,
Nutlet, ia Itatiirit llarutM,
Thu iwrtv who borrowed my double
huruuM, Jan. 10th, is requested to re
turn winu as I tietd It.
J. O. Cam linos.
A iifuil llvii rnotti limun. nlpiitrliillirliL
range, bath, hot water connection, etc.
is. a. aion mi, Agi.
BKLItOT aOIIOOI. IN KDItV.
A Kuluct soIAjoI. lu which all the lend
ing common brunches will bo tuught
according lo mo jaiosi unu mosi ap
proved normal methods, with Kinder,
garten training olasses added for tho
younger pupils, will open April 0, 1HW,
for n term of ut least two mouths.
Thoro will be morning sessions only.
Parents desiring their children lo ut
tend this school will please call upon
or notify tho teacher. Mattlo Ite'.if.
rnrn IJI"i J
mirm m ntaeW
Now. Ooming In.
Th nun ll l'ropoie. For Ilsllylne Alt
ltnrurracrt In 1800,
Thoro are enough pooplo in tho United
States oppr nod to tho sluglo gold stand
ard to oltxit n prosldont, vlcu president
and n cougroiHi, beside governors and
legislators lu two-thirds of tho states.
13ut you say to tho freo silver Domoornt
or Itepubllonu, "Uomo Into tho Pooplo's
Party," nud he draws back nnd ropllos
"No I iJon't boliovo iu government
ownership of railronds nnd othor mat
ters whloh you oliug to, Yon nro too
radical. If I tried to movo my followers
Into your oamp, half of thorn would de
sert nt tho gata nud go over to tho ouo
my. But why not lot tho Populists givo
up part of tholr platform nud cotno Into
To which tho Populist ropllos t
"That unot bo. Wo nro for freo sil
ver, but thcro nro other things which wo
regard ns of grontcr iuiportnuco tlmu
even tho sll .'ur question. If wo tried to
movo Into your camp, two-thirds of our
won would lonvo us nud go bnok to tho
Plutocracy listens to (his dlsputo and
grins with dolight. It chuckle mid saysi
, ,TThoy never can unite Wo will boat
them iu detail nud plauder iliom at our
Now lot D.i inukn n suggestion :
Tho Populists will, us n matter of
course, hold n national convention next
your, nud they will undoubtedly sub
stantially renftlrm tho Oinnhn platform,
omitting, perhaps, tho subtreasury
On tho snmo dny, nt tho snino placo,
let thoto bo nuu'lier oouventlou hold
innn up of portios not Populists, but
menu or freo silver, nud who rofuso to ,
amltat vrlih olthor of tho two old par- '
ties. Let tl mi adopt n platform ns
brosd or its narrow ns thoy plcana Tho j
prolmbllltlesnro that thcro will bo littlo !
dlfferuuoo, when thoy enmo to dlwtiM ,
tho sovornl issum htifnro the pooplo, bo
tweon tholr )irlnolplcs and tho Oinnlm
plutform. Pildo of opinion has muoh to
do with thoro tilings. Then let each
convention nppoiut n commltteo of con
ference itud iuo if tho X'opuliits nud tho
free sllvcrltcs cannot ngroo upon tho
Mtniu cnndlilntes for prcsldont und vlco
prosltleut. If this is done, both sides
will then support tho samo electoral
ticket lu thu kovcrnl states without
tho slightest sacrifice of principle on
cither sldo, nud wo will swoop tho coun
Huppoito ouo of thoso roform eouvcu--Hons
puts fcrthn domaud for tho iultla
iivo nud refureudumr Buppma both do?
What thou? All mou, of tho most di
versified views, could thus unite toolect
n reform pi t-sftlont and coiyjrtws, govern
ors mid itnto IcglHlnturPs. Then when
ever nuy of our more advanced or mora
rndlenl friends think thu timo is rlpo to
submit their particular polloy to tho
people they can "lnltluto" It nud lmvo
it "refwred" to n popular voto, and If
tho voter hnvn been sumelontly educat
ed to support their view, then thnlr es
peoial roform will triumph. Under tho
theory of a republic whatover tho inn-
iority think right is right nud whatever
t thinks wrong Is lirnctlonlly wrong,
for th thiH' bciiiB, nlthnugh it may bo
thooretieally right. No man Is fool
enough to tlamaud that his pet ideas
shall bo oMkblishMl byn mlitorllyt for
tho imestliHi would then nrlM, What
shall tlmt tulnorlty eousltit of 11) pr
evut, or 30 per out, or 1 m etmt?
Ilwio nil thsso soiwrntn bauds of re
formers oun uiilto in one grand move
ment ttm!3Wii tho iiiUIbii. lflimtlus
Dounelly in T1m IttprsKJilutlve.
It Is possl'jlo to grain butter uuy wsy
ouu wuuts it, elthsr ooarto or Hue. Hut
when it is suflno grnlnwl us to ta uionly
U is injurod and off flavor.
A oreuinury trust is the mtxt thing
threatened. This would nut be so bud
If tho dalryuieu tuid furmers thomselvtiM
formed thu trust. Dut it is said that I
body of Uhloago capitalists are buying
up weoteru creameries nnd propose to
run them us other combines are run. It
willuotpay. Thero is not profit enough
iu a oreainery fur anybody to owu it ex
cept tho peoplo who operate it and those
who coutrlbuto milk to it. Tho proAls
aro too small to divide.
"T rmym rrn mrm "tsTT" "n
mJi mL mLi toLm nlwN Vaei O 0 v v,
-J-J I Can
ONE DOLLAR CASH
Tltnn Any Other Jlotiso
In thu Country.
from a Cash House and you will get
(BIMETALLISM AND NATURE.
Cwla" Illnitrate 111 VlnsncUl Ttiorr
by IUfcrtlof to the Dasl lu rUtare.
Wo boliovo that bimetallism that re
lies ou two matals for money is a hotter
polloy than ouo that rolics on only onO
motal. Wo, do not pratend to say thai
tho lutolllgouco of mankind may uot
find n batter system than both of thorn,
but wo do say that to doiuouetlzo olthcr
of thoso metals Is n stop backward nnd
not a stop forward.
Dlmotnllism is tho right to mo olthcr
gold or silver ns primary mouoy. Thus,
undor such n law, if our Irndu relations
or tho laws of othor untlous tnko our
gold nwny, wo havo silver, and no
serious Injury occurs. And thu canio
enving piliiolplo implies if our silver
should lonvo us nun gold romnlu. Tho
vital prlnclplo lu bimetallism is tho
right to uio either motal. If production
grows loss on one, wo lmvo the other,
and tho two togfthor furnish n moru
stublu supply of mouoy material than
either nlono can ftirulih. With one only
of tlmm for money, tho contraction and
expituslun of the world's supply, iflter
uittlng as thoy will, makn mi uucurtnlu
otKruuMtuhlesnpply. Of tho two metals,
dollar for dollmr, 10 inula of filter tn
1 iwrt nt Mold, stiver Is tho mors uio
ful of the two, if nppllMl to tho imwt
iides itiul Is tho niuio servlccnhlo of tlit
Tho prluclpls that it is mi for to rely
for money on two metals than on onu Is
n principle Hint wo curry into everyday
Ufa Wn rely on wheat, oorn nud riee
for bread i on Iwef, pork nud mutton fm
moat. If ono is Hmrcu, wo uw theothor
It is also a principle reoogulxwl h
the uiiheeu Powor tlmt mad us. Yf
lmvo two eyes, iw to iclh ra thu strut
upon tho otliiri two rurs, two arm,
two hip for thu miiiiii ri'BKoii. Wo ltav
ouo lieud, hut two Mm of brain ; ouu
hmirt, but two vi utricles mid two sets
of veins; ouu chext, hut two lungs; two
fuuutlous.tu relievo the oruaiw of dlgM-
lion; tho inantli nud nosu are both dual
lu count ruction. Creation ltwilf Is duiil
lu thu marriitgo lolntiuu. I remind you
of thcrfo simple fuels iu unlure to touch
tho simple Iidmuii that, lu providing for
nuiiioy, it was slmpllolty nud wIhIiuii
to provido tlmt money could bu madu
from two metnln, ouo to rolievo thu
strain ujwn tho othor, mid thu volumo
of both to bo drnwu npnu to meet thu
domand for mouoy. Tills was tho elas
ticity that bimetallism gave to our cur
rency. W. U. llnrvoy's Kansas Ulty
Wlmt UimIc V1ub.
Homo of our friends tell us tha IitSv-
doesu't oreuto value I ugreo to tlmt.
Uut tho law oau eronto demand and do
maud mm oroato vnluo. Do you lines
tluu tlmtr Htriku down thu demand for
uuy oommudity ami you dimluUli its
vnltiu nud iuemtso thu demand nud you
iumedso tlio vnluo.
Now, our Demoeratie friends who op
pose this memniro (the rehnblllttttiou of
stiver) my tlmt under no oousldttmtibu
could they itflrtw to ooiii sllvor nt m
tlmu its uommeroial vidua I agree with
them. There Is no trouble botwenii us
ou that. Hut how oau we get at Its com
mwulul vuluy If my DMnoeratio friends
think to oompum Its vain with goM
now wheii It is itrditbltwl colnsge, than
I say to them they nro no friends of sll
vcr and are eueiules of it fair test The
way to test Its commercial value is to
restore Its status ns it wus whan it was
strlekeu down. Ux-Speaker Urlin.
fUpalr t) ltol Iitip.
Is it any wonder that In many cams Uio
horses on the farms are a liaru looxing
ot of animals when the roads lu the
near vicinity of tho farms Iu question
aro one mou of mud and ftltlif How
much rnoro proiltablo It would Ik uot
only to the former himself, out to tno
Sublloin gonornl, If mure attention were
evoted to seeing tlmt tho roads are kept
iu good condition. Tho greatest troublo
to bo overcome Is not only to soo that
the roads aro repaired, but to sea that
nrooar renairtmr Is done. Many fanners,
nud even turnpike companies, when
thov do make repairs, suoh as filling up
ruts nud holes lu tho roads, haul loads
of stone, without any owe being esar
clsed us to s I us, and dump them ou the
road aud then wait for passing teams to
seatUr tsau abobL Good Hoods.
R. II, PIERCE, President, S. T, BITTING
. OIF T. v. "
Cliu, II. IliWy, .1. 1'. MiiIIhwoji, S. T.
V,. .V. lliiwkltiM,
, Pir.VPTS. RASH. Mr.
J. F. MATHESON,.
GF And Opnernl Foi'wni'ding SB.
Hay, Grain, Seed, Feed, Blacksmith Coal
and Ico delivered in the City
W. A. MILLER,
Painter and Qecoratorj
Gallery of Fc ArP
PAINTS, QII.H, VAnNIBIIBS, lUW.HAMIWJS, SAJS
SANTA FE ROUTED
THE SHORT lolNETO
Chioago, Si Louis
wjRlon sl'Or otlur lnfo0d advrtilng wsltr
I). Ih and V. A.,
l!l I'uso, Toxae.
In Shirt8.md Huts
the Lowest Prices
Vice President C E, Conway Cashier
UlttiliK, ,r. A. IWilr, It, ll,. Moroa
('. IC. ODtnvny.
LUMBER. LATH, SHINGLES
Kl m or fort
0. T. NI0IIOLB0H,
(Ifni. Pass. Agent,