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'H;i.:J).Y, JANUARY 17, is;a. k:lTX T;;-:ki ar,1 Sr!a re XI. Xw. TXlvX2 TAI IX KKPKCT ,Tt I T X. I K.a. Arrlvf . !t M p. in. . m. K an :Oli " I PTl'H R 4i . PI. Vi .'io p n.. 10:U0 " DFnATro.v. Silver city Deming Niltt Klnooo J Las Criirpn J ,...rt ri Kiuoon ty ., ... .t,lll1M0 Iohn II. Mcpor, Auent. Nf it !. 1C( s n a rn nr. ' ll:V- " I'i p. m. I "5 I -. ' 8:1.1 A rilvo, 6 p in . 7 Hl IV. in. 8 (13 " i.rijisrvnvi: immm;h. I. Personal. II. II. Dot ta is back from a 'trip to the r.apital. , J. C Berry was over from Georgetown last week. E1 Moufton Was here (rom the Sapello Inst week. Thomns S. Heflin was at Doming last week on legal business. Mina Kate Thompson lenvea today for Duüus, Tcxss. Mayor Fleming has returned frorn a trip to the Territorial Capital. Mrs. White's mother arrived here on a Vittit from Iowa last week. C. F. Bottom ia making preparations to go to the San Juan oountry tn 'a few weeks. J. N. Upton came in last Sunday witn bis two daughters who are attending school her. W. A. Leonard haa gone to Velnsco to look after his property in that great me tropolis on the gulf. Mrs. A. B. Laird camrrup from Doming lnBt week. She will remain here during Sheriff Laird's terra of office. James R. Brent, formerly sheriff of Lincoln county, but who haa boon resid iug here for some time, went to Santa Fe last week. Vmgg Knox has returned from a trip to Ooorgia ni will remain in ice cuy a few days before going out to Black Hawk. Felfx Ivf avick, one of the prominent mine operators in the Silver Creek dis trict, ia here from Denver. S. S. Brannin came in from theSapello last Sunday to attend the meeting of the board of County commissiD-B yester day. Ilarry Dennett, of Las Cruoes, was here last week. He will occupy a poei tion in the assessor's office here under G W. Miles. Mrs. J. J. Kelly has been ill for several days but is getting totter. R. G. Clarke, who has been down to Deming for a couple of weeks, looking after the business of the broken bank there, had returned. Receiver Smith, of the First National Banks of Doming and Silver City, ts ex pected back from the east in a few days. He went home to spend the holidays. Charles II. Walker, formerly of this city but who Los been residing at Globe for some time, returned last week. He has acceded a position with the llano Ver Bessemer Iron Ore Association'. R. A. F. Penrose and L. W. Barring er, of Philadelphia, are in the City. They are heavy stockholders in the Hanover Bessemer Iron Ore Assoc, "tion which owns over 30 iron mines at4anovor. The Third V.ri k of the Ir'ul I of Interest; The general county bill which Will in troduced by Kcprescntnt ivo Bland has been the mbjoctof much discusnion Ir th in the committee rooms and outside. Tho bill has been considered in the committee of the w hole and somochnnoes have been made in tho bid which pro video that whenever it shall be desired to create a now Comity a petition signed by at lerst 5(0 householder residents, liona fide electors, within the limits of the new county, and shall be presented to the Governor; "and mich petition shall Set forth that there ore at least 2,0CO bona lido inhabitants within the proposed limits of said county, tli3 spe cial reasons existing for its formation, its proposed name and the temporary county aeat, and shall have a map at tached thereto, drawn to a scale, and showing the boundaries cf the 'old coun ty and the proposed limits of tho new one. Said proposed county shall, in no case, Lio lesa than sixty miles square or thirty-six hundred square miles, andas nearly in a rectangular shape as possible, and where praticable the outside bona daries of said county shall be township or section lines, and such petition pray ing that said designated territory may be organized.into a new county govern ment. to be known as the county of It is rumored that there ia to be a Vodding in town thia week. Arrangonienta have been made for a foot race here next Sunday for 1250 Bide. Seamen Field was elected justice of the pwaee at Doming without opposition. J. Crockett Givens was elected justice of the peace at Central last week. An escort came over from Fort Bayard yesterday morning for the paymaster, The boys at the post are always happy when the paymaster makes them a visit. Isaao Givens was reelected justice of the pence of this precinct last week and Buck Galbraith who hás been one of the guards at the county jail fot" a number o years, was elected constable. Las Cruces haa a new daily. It called the Times and is published by M, Valdes and E. Gundara. It is published half ia English and half in Spanioh. Roberta k. Leahy, the Lordsburg morebants, have incorporated. The style of the company is the Roberts & Leahy Mercantile Company. The capital stock is 880,000. "Now Edgewood Folks" at the ópera house tomorrow evening. The company has made a very favorable impression in the northern part of the Territory. The board of County commissioners was in session yesterday. They met to canvass the returns of the precinct elec tions held last week, and are looking in to the financial condition of the County. Frank M. Harper, of thé upper Gila, vas iu town last week, and we couldn't imagine what caused that brdud, genial smile until he informed us that it was a DJ lb. boy. Mother and child are doing well, and Frank will survive. 1 Few Doren i'air of Shoes Left that must positively be sold in the next couple of weeks regardless of price. Texas Btreet, rear of Porterflold's. 1 J. II. Sfiarmax. At tho regular meeting of Isaac S. Tif fany Lodge No. 13, 1. O. O. F., last Sat urday night, the following elected offi cers were installed by Fast Grand J. K. Ilo'jston, grand warden of the grand lodge of New Mexico, for the ensuing term: John M. Fritter, N. G-; II. L. Oukos, V. G ; C. L, Dotson, Sue; L. H. Rowloe. Treas.- Affidavits of ten citizens must accora pnny this petition as to the correctness of Us statements. The Governor Ehall then appoint a census taker who shall proceed under oath to canvnss the num ber of householders in tho proposed new county ami if it is shown that these number 2,000 and they have ISoO.OOO worth of taxable property as shown by tho last assessment, three citizens shall then oe named by tho Governor to servo as county commissioners and the new county may then bo termed as tem porarily organized. "No bonds of any kind shall bo issued by any county or school district within on6 year after the organization of such proposed new coun ty, and tho sheriff and other, county officers of the old couuty, except these named above, shall continuo to exercise jurisdiction within such proposed now county until the new county officers are elected and qualified." Tho county commissioners so appoint ed by the Governor ahull divide tho ter ritory into districts within sixty days and after thirty days notico an cloction ehall be callea to elect a full set of coun ty officers aud name tho county seat, All sorts of safeguards for carrying out thia plan aro provided in the bill and ample provisions made for division of county indebtedness, etc. "It shall not be lawful to establish any boundary line within leas than twenty-live miles of tho county seat of the county tobo divided." No couuty ehall be curtailed in its limits so as to reduce tho territory to less than sixty miles square or thirty-six hundred square miles and possess $b50,- 000 of taxable property. Tho amendments provide that there shall not be less than 2,500 population in any new county and that it shall ro quire the signatures Of at leant 1,500 tax payers to tho petition asking for a new countv. It is rather doubtful whether the bill will pass. The bill for the creaJUon of Union county is well advanced Bnd tnere is no doubt whatever of its passage. Ihe now county will be made up of portions of Colfax, Mora, and San Miguel and will have a populalion of over 4,000. The following nominations, whicb-wcre sent to the council on tho 4th inst., were all confirmed on Monday except J. A Whitmoro, E. V. Chaves, W. II. H. Llo wellyn and M. Salazar: Geo. B. Barber, district attorney for the counties of Lincoln. Chaves and Eddy, vice Hawkins, resigned. Thomas McQuiston, penitentiary com missioner, vice T. D. Burns, resigned; H. II. Botts, penitentiary commissioner, vice J. R. DeMier, resinned; L. G. Retid, penitentiary commissioner, vice A. Pino, resigned. W. S. Hopewell, cattle sanitary com missioner, vice R. Hudson, resigned. J. A. Whitraore and Robt. Black, members of the board of regents agri cultural collego, for Uve years from Sep tern ber, 1802. Chapman and C. V. Wildenstein, mem bers of the board of trustees of the in sane asylum. W. G. Waring, Thomas Harwood trustees of the school of mines. Frank W. Clancy and G. W. Meylert, regents of the university of New Mexico for five years. W. C. Porterfiold and E. G. Murphy members of tho board of pharmacy. Dr. J. J. Shuler. member of the medi cal board. W. T. Thornton, W.jll. II. Llewellyri E. V. Chaves and M. Saluzar, World Exposition managers for New Mexico. The vote on Chaves, Llewellyn and Salazar was reconsidered on Tuesday and they were confirmed. The Governor's message in reference to the pay of employes of the legislature was not very well received. Councilman Veeder moved to appoint a committee to investigate the necessity of so many employes in the council but the motion was tabled indefinitely. J. here are neurly twice as many employes of the legislature as there are niembcre of both houses. Councilman Hall's bill in reference to tho feeding of prisoners ciimo up fur consideration on Wednesday. The bill originally provided for tho payment of 30 oenta a duy for feediug each prisoner In tho couuty Jails la the Territory but it was Qtnended to make the amount 45 cents. When the bill came tip on Wed nosday Councilmau Full moved to amend prisoners the sheriff should receive cents a day each for their board; for tl st not to, ex-eed '2 renin n i- . Vpei''..-iÉ v- d t" refer 1 1 to tnM 'or to n (' tifereti.-e mn.iiteo nnd the bill v. .'is s referred. A j'lint resolution was introduced by Councilman Hall lai.t. Friday to the effort that no rterinl comity bill Flioull be onsiilered until after the general county bill shall havo boon disposed of. The resolution has pised IhUi houses nnd will undoubtedly prevent the pissngo of any special county bill with the excep tion of tho Union county bill which al rendy has a majority of the members of both houses committed in its favor. The legislature has accepted an invi tation of the Coleando legislature to visit that body but tho time has not yet been fixed. The Colorado legislators will return tho visit before tho end of tho session. There havo' been over 100 bills intro part of them have been acted upon final ly. Some of tho committees report bills promptly but there seems to bo a gener al tendency toward delay and it is more than probablo that a majority of the bills passed at this session will bo riifhed through during tholrw't of the session. A revenue bill has been introduced by Represent at.ative II ipewcU which pro vides for a general revision of the revenue laws. Tho bill is of considerable length and among other things provides for an entirely new scale of merchandise licen see. Merchants whoso annual sales aro from $1,000 to $.",000 pay a license of $10 and from this licenses aro graded to pnles of (500,000 a year. Merchants whose sales are over f-500,000 a year will pay f.100 license. Tht bill provides for the taxation cf express companies nnd a later date is fixed for the paymont of taxes. Pen-it'? f.' lter. (ir Sk-..I,iI Vr-r-.;!iH-ii'-e J Tho fetal si a'i.'ti n far lifts lcn very gny. IhoiieTl roMU.e event io mrur will be tho Inn! (illation on tho 2b t inst. of officers, recently elected, of tho loe.il Miiaonio lodge. Q iilo a number of dis tinguished mnwotis from tl,f!erent pinera in tho Territory and Texas will be pro. ent and a rnguliir old banqueting time will bo had. The ceremonies will be public only to lady members of masonic families. In regard to tho banquet part we learned that a committee is at work on tho menu which promises to lie some thing unique us woll as appetizing, judg ing from tho name of one dish, "Cavvy yard on toast", that will appear on the bill of fare. If thero is otio thing more than another that Demirg likes to do, it is to organize, or rather keep in n state of organization, either publio or secret. The particular organ'zalion now alluded to is named "D. L. I., A." which (means "Deming Light Infuutry, Co. A. It is a secret order, holding reg ular meetings on Saturday nights. Nothing is disclosed as to what takes plac( in the lodge room. No ono knows anything alxnit tho work, whether it be ritualistic or not, except, that tho mem bers drill nccording to tho U. S. A. tactics and that the initiation feo for three do grees is $5.00. It is said that tho novice has barely tiln to recover from the effects of taking the first, degree, beforo he has to attend the next regular meet ing, nnd that none but adolescents of the masculine gender between the ages of fourteen nnd twenty aro eligible to mem borship. It was organized six months ayo and now has a membership of 23. The officers bear military titles aud are as follows: lounc il I'riK -rei'.liij. C'o(;-c;t, CrtAvrrr ) Jsouury, dli is. ;t. Conned r,it in set.il co'Vioi at 2.5'Jp. rn. for the purj-oio of piling oidinnnooit fur refunding tho ruürcud boi.Jj and funding tho water boml.x J Present: Mayor Fleming, Counoiltncn Muher, While nnd Neff. The reading of the minutos of tho last regular nnd special mooting was onut- ted. Attorney Wright presented Ordinances in relation to refunding. Ordinance No. 100 was read hnd pned. Ordinance No. 197 was next read and passed. The following resolution was read and adopted: Resolved, That tho treasurer of tho town of Silver City is hereby directed to give publio notice, of not less than sixty days, as provided by law, for the pur pose of calling ia aV outstanding bonds of the town of Silver Citv, held by any and all personB, issued to aid in the con" et ruction of tho railroad bütween Silver City and Doming, under and by virtuo of tho Act of tho legislative assembly of tho Territory of New Mexico, approved February 13th, 1892. On motion tho taxes of Mri. S. O. Green, amounting to 11.20, and of Silver City Lodge No. 8, A. F. A A. M., amount ing to 10.00, were remitted. There being no further business before the Council it adjourned. JOHH W. Fl-F.MI.VC, Mayor. Attest: Wm. F, Lorf.xz. Clerk. Mining; and Milling-. Two attomptshave been made to jump tho Last Chance mino, at Pyramid, Both were unsuccessful. There is considerable prospocling go ing on in the camps in the southern part of this County. The slight improvement in tho price of lead has encouraged tho minors at Cook's Peak considerably, and ir the advance is sustained tho output of the camp will be increased. Ten tons oi argentiferous lead ore wore recoived at the Deming Oro Sampling Works last week from the Florde Marzo mine in Mexico. The assessment work on tho Mineral Toint Zinc Company's mines at Hanover has been completed for the year. It is not probable that oro will be shipped from the mines this year. Notwithstanding the unfavorable ro- ports which have been received from the San Juan region there will bo quite n number of Grant County people in tho new field by rpring, Quite a number are making preparations to go now. There is not water "enough at PinoS Altos to keep the mills there running stesdily. It has been unusually dry there for a year past aud if there are not rains within the next few weeks the water supply will be so small as to bo of little uso. Shipments of iron oio from the H.inover mines continue but they are not so heavy as they were a few montliBago. Tho do mand has not been heavy and thero is but littlo prospect that it will increase Boon. This iron is used by tho smelters as a flux for dry oros and until tho output of such ores is increased there will not be a oavy domaud for iron. There is a good prospect that . the Mountain Key mine will again become a large producer. The mine has been work ed on a small scale by lessee Since tho company suspended operations but the leases of those Small operators have tcen purchased and mining will be carried on there on a larger soalo this soaeoii than at any time since the collapse of the com pany. The ore will bo treated in the Mammoth mill at Pinos Altos. W. K. Buri.sido, -Bud Hughes, Milam Williams, Alex. Thompson, Chns. Pierce, - -Joe BroCkman, raschal Smith, -The D. L. I. A. is a - - - - Captain - - First Lieut. - 2nd Orderly Serg't. - 1st Duty " . 2nd " " 3rd " M fixed institution of Deming and tho boys aré negotiating for arms, nrcolitrcmenta and uniforms. The uniform likely to be ndeptod is that of the French Zouaves. They hope to bo mustered into tho Territorial militia, but at tho present mome'nt they aro at a loss as to how they should go about it as they do not ask or t iko advico from any outsidor. T. II. Sears, ex-train rnistor at Las Vegas nnd successor to H. U. Mudgo as division superintendent on this ond of tho Santa Fe, arrived hero on tho 12th inst., on his first visit in his official ca pacity. Travel on the S. P. ia good, particular ly going west. Quite a nuruber of con sumptives aro going to Arizona in quest of health. The El Paso Timos correspondent, from this place, must bo mistaken as to a desire to incorporate this town, at this timo. Your correspondent has heard numerous business men speak disap provingly of t he move. , Nimroils Tetty, Meyers and Bolick have returned from a hunt at Palomas Luke. They brought back 200 ducks, 49 geese and a fund of reminiscences. A telegram roreived states that David J. Howard is dead. ILs body will be brought here for burial in keeping with the rites of tho Knights of Pythias. He was a resident of Lae Valley for years and was held in high esteem by all who knew him. Frank Turnboll, of Kansas City, has been placed in charge of tho Depot Ho tel bar. A fard. rTf.fit-g pold my int r.r;irce be 'nr to Mrs. O. S. Warren, I dirn to thank all the i.'oid'fi lends w ho have tso faithfully stood by nie in the past, and I row ask Hi an eapocinl favor to rre thnt they ÜI rxtf nd their pat pnfi" to n y suo ci'Hfv.r, ho, I am suro will at all times give tr.oui loyul notviee. cry reIor.tn'.lT, I. onr Tears More of drover are now assured, arid the best place in town to go to discuss the policy of the new administration is Fred. Shel ton's, where tho finest wines, liquors and cigars in tho city aro kept. Fred, n!- ways hke.i to pienso bra customer and has one of the cosiest piares in tow n to w hile a.viiy a pier.sant hour or indulge in a social inimo. Drop in and see him. 47tf. Stevo Uhle, at .ho Cave saloon, keeps only tho Licit go as m his line. i ir. 5. Cc f r Fu1 ' T 'i " '' r v or ? rmj t.jii'i.-.. '" i 1 1 hi n 1 Jit, ,17 it. re. .re I, ; . i i I t Ttn Vff'i'iMi I "'.1 Mir" Jl I.. 1h:',;i n 1 .1. I I Tli o UNI rti '-i' i-,. -., H tel. iu" I..-I.-I 1 leu U i tl rnien e 1ICI-I .In l ei .1 li -li.il ( ,!! i.r WM 'I'M H'l'l 1-T I ni i I'l I'lMiht V li." ..Ill .7.? iM 11 if! HI II. M.1M1 v. i- ii'. rl ilej li'll e ll nit 'i iiv lúe -idi Hie, pi-it tl 1 me Hiél M nuil tin' ImlliliMy nuil liiiiir"V"ii leu th ii!-;i iy ilfiei ii.,., tn 1 1 ill out ililMlltt " Oo . I.. V w .1 J ell A S I tn l i. I E 1 1 III " I i. -Ill It! Ill U 1 .-1 -1 1 .1 V t ml, I t vi'tl 1 .leh't .1. i HiM'M. h 1 1 1 1 Heer f t.'.llleOI' 1.1! tf ,i !i;:.' . .!... I ovinia lien: i.t llftl leli t i'H m 1'it 1 i'l Mll'if. Arriving daily tlio rfloinntod rWwk-k 15ny Oysters, nt Nulan's. 40tf. Iron Ores. Fiinibhed in any quantity, write prices to W. H. Newcomb, Agent. P. O. Box Silver City, N. M. fo Ordinance 11)0 Be it ordained by the Council of the Town of Silver City: Section 1. Thatulloutstandingbonds of the town of Silver City, for the sum of ono hundred dollars, each, issued and dated ttio first day of November, 1KSJ, and issued by virtue of an net of tho leg islativo assembly or llio territory of .New Mexico, entitled "All act to enable tho town of Silver City, in the County of Grant, to aid in tho construction of a railroad between Silver City and Dem ing" approved February liilh 1S, said bonds being for a total amount of $10, 000, bo called in, paid and cancelled, as provided for in section V of said act. Skc II. That for the purpote of pay ing off said bonds and for tho further pur poso of refunding tho debt evidenced theieby at a lower rato of interest, the mayor and council hereby authorize tho isauanco of, and the mayor and clerk of the town of Silver City bo, hikI they are horeby authorized aud empowered to make, sign and exocuto, for disposal thereof, in conformity with tho provi sions of an act of the legislative assem bly of the Territory of New Mexico, entitled "An act enabling the author ities having charge of the finances of any town or city of tho Territory of New Mexico to refund any bonds or other obligations of said town or city, by the issuance of similar obligations hearing a less rate of interest approved February 11th 1891." Ninety-two bonds of tho town of Silver City, numbered consecu tively from 1 to 1)2 inclusive, in the sum of live hundred dollars each, the coupons to which shall he signod ly ttie mayor and trensuror of said town of Silver City, nnd duly registered in tho office of tho treasurerof said town, and bearing interest at the rale oí seven percent, per annum, payable annually on the tirst day of July of each year, both principal and interest payable at tho Hanover National Bank in Now York City, said lionds to bo payable in gold coiu of tho United States of America, and payable at tho option of the mayor and council of said town, after twenty years from and after tho dato of issuance thoroof, and absolutely duo nnd payable thirty vears from and aftor the date thereof Skc. 111. J ins ordinance snail uo in full force and effect from and after its passage. Passed Jan. Uth, lS'.'i. Approved Jan. C.th, 101 sKAt.J Joa W Chaniherlr.in's ('miera, Colic and IMnrrhn-a Ileniedy. I havo sold nnd iied in my family for several vears, CMiamlHThiin's colic, chol era ami Diarrluei llemody and havo found it. one of tho most useful nnd sat -i'ifiictory remedie) I ever handled. C. H. Tjowcs, Druirk'ist, Salt Lnko City, Utah. For salo by W. C. Porterfiold. The Poisonous Adds In tho Wood should be taken up and re moved by tho Liver nnd Kidneys, but those organs got out of order fail to do thoir work, and tho result is liheumatism. There are a thousand remedies for tho V ' tier w 11 ll icl I f.-r-iMi . mum m hen niM lie! il I .Al I III' HIH I M ipi'iy I l i i in I elt.u flee ttnni a'-l rhiinii i f l:f-ri, tnv!hT v.'iru tho H"N rl pii '.m nt; Hint llltnf! th" iuiie, u:i J i it - teient. till riM- lee tuul i-i-itH ef : . 1 li it ttiili-n veil enter v vi ,,i ;-:i uceo In !ii llil ell ol t.rf.iiH the lilí-t Miiiiit iy 111 AlHrep. K l. . h'l, :i il. ere iiii ronfi si, ihi irln will 1. remleii'il neiiitist int. nuil .inl eaiiHit prv-rnl ta rill.il rlei-ri-ij lii'tnl il..l to luw hint ti.e tu.riuf MllU Colli I. A. I., rnr.isir, tleilt nJ Rtic!lter Ar-rrn n P'nnr, in fcoliator for Comi-lVnants. Dr. P. A. Skinner, of Texarknna, Ark., is an enthusinst in tho praise of Cham!er- ain s Pain Halm. He used it lor rheu matism, and: "I found rt to be a most exeollent local remedy." For sale by W. C. rortertiold, Druggist. A Cure for t'ronp. If vour children are subject to croup always keep a bottlo of Chamberlain's couiih remedy close at hand. It is a prompt and certain cure. If given as the croupy cough nppears it will prevent tho attack. For salo by W. C. Porter field, druggist. Leave your Bubpcriptions for nil dailies, wofklica nnd monthlies with C. M. ISolan nnd got reduced rates. 2 tf A tiro broko out Saturdny morninr? in the millinery store und residence of Mrs. E. Keeler, all of which was consumed. Also the following property was destroy ed and damnged: Dr. King's residence, owned by B. J. OttingVr, loss' total, in sured ?.jó0 J. P. McOrorty, loss CjOO, iu- sured $l,8O0,(thia was the custom house); Lizzie Collins, 8200, insured 31,000; M. P. Moore, $12", insured $.'500, Mrs. Koo- ler's Iosh is ovori2,000. She was insnrod for $1,020. Total insuranco of property destroyed, $.1,000. Col. Bailoy, of Columbus, brought in the nows of the death of Mrs. Hurvey at that place. She whs found dead by her closing son Friday evening with a bullet hole through her head. It is supjiosed to be a cuoe of suicido. Tho deuth of this woman smacks of a highly eensationiil iiagudy. Her son was found dead last Ju'y in tho brush a few miles from homo with an emntv mornhine bottlo on the Attest: Wm. Fleming, Mayor. F. IjoríK.Ní, Clerk. UToi-tgnge Sale. , l .Intuí J. Mm un o i i.l Jnle li Mm tin. Mil, tn 111" IV'Al it IV et I .-nili.'l', lf. rxeelil I. le.,rH.. síi i iufrt A M,-:.nm. ef í in l'r m -lien. I al . . n revi :iin metti-.ie o-, eett i:n i : eii;itj' "lueite III He- Ihkii nf I'ltnij All"!, I'DlllltV nf (.unit, nuil len U"i v uf New Mexico, r.nnc piir tleul.olv lies, ilhnl ,is f.itlim. to wll 1 h it ci-f tiilti hit or (wireel of hitnl Mttinte "it tt' pnii-rlf !llle cf M:illl II i'-'I. fntltlllH'. tilinlit fllty fOl't c'l Miiln sti et-t mill riiiiiunij mie hm iir.-il feel Ikiok. I.it'ftlier Willi Iw'o friittie itwellnn; hnitue hum one sin ill ailolie hint..; -mi iihiiil'.ijh Inivlni I'l-ell t:t ven to .-ein ,. itii, pn tni-ltt nf lietil v-l0 prnrtilK'iry noli fot h" y itnlhir f ett.ol tveu ihilrt with Haiil tnort Lr io, and puvt- ole 1. , ;;, 4, ft, n. ? K. B. 1". II t". 14. 14, 15 hi, 1 . ,H, .", VI. VI, ami 2- nioiilh' utter ilat" ri'pee!tv,''H, whh In- I li'n-"i fnitn ilate at Ihe rate of twel re per oet't. j pi r annum. Ami, whcrcai. no portion ,if n I rnont V ha tieen p.ihl. ami all cf .anl lioifn Mt h . L.ii.t.lvt null ilii muí tinvritilc I. tti.i iinili.r- but thero It only one , niunt1. m llnu tm I in hi hutf of ieii'1 innnca. the piOM-r (iilitaineil In hi nn o l o c, will, on Mi'tnlav, the 'J th ilav oL euro for Uheumatisni, and that is Dr. ', trees, unit pursuant to thf Driiiniiiotid'M Lightning Kemcdy. A irire Ixittle r.mv Ihi had at tho druríTist a or will bo sent by express to any address I ahl rn-ntl on receipt of Í5. That is tho prieo of a "'ian'rih' cure, any ono wno is naviniin in i-iiiiicni. with tho liheumatism will feel fully re. naid bv tho first doso. Drummond Med icino Co., 4S-S0 Maiden Lane, New York. AgontJ wanted. It Ihf hontH i'f Hi o a. nt., at lite ficnt door ofc elnrk, Steve Uhlo's new saloon tho Cave. 1-tf. Happy and content is a home with "The Ro chester;" a lamp with the light of the morning fi)rcattcpt, writt Rocttttr LamtCú.Ntva i'arJk The nneet Candies, Fruits, Nuts, &c, at Nolan's. d9lf. An Invaluable Kemcily for Cold. Sherilf Hardmnn, of Tyler Co., W. Va., was ul m 1st prostrated with a cold when ho beau using Chamlierlain s cough remedy. In speaking of it ho says: "It g:ivo mo almost, instant roliuf. I find it to bo an invaluable remedy lor colds. For salo by W. C. rorterlielJ. .lanital v. Im he! . n ro Hilil 1 1 ff'rh sen lit sattl town I :11m Altos,.elt lulne to th.e lil.:liff hhl.ti r for li.- M-t tin tl prciiiiM together ltlt ltt teiicinentM unit iM'P'ii U-iiatiee-t in nnj nianucr pi rtaiiilng to the nnne. AHIULIl II IUHl.l.r.u 2-13. AUorury tor lorlB slc. 'otico (o fliHiilhiililers. Notico Is hereby given that all out standing bonds issued by t lie 'own of Silver City, Grant County, New Mexico, in accordance with an net of tho leginla tivo iiusci'.ibly of tho Territory of New .Mexico, entitled "An act to enable the town of Silver City in tho County of Grunt, to aid in the construction of a railroad between Silver City und Dom ing," Approved February 1:1th, lSyj, im under tho direction of the town council of said town of Silver City, hereby called in, that any und till holders of said londg, are hereby noáliod to present, the samo to said town treasurer for redemption at his ollico m said town of Silver City, on the lilb day of March, 1K3, between tho hours of 10 n. in. and 4 p. tn. - Any such bundx, so, as hereby t'-ille : in, which shall not be presented for pay-, ment at the time herein specified, shall censo to bear interest from and after dato last mentioned. In testimony where"! hereunto nfTx my olliciulsignnture this 0th day of Jan lS'JX J. W. CAmrti, treasurer or tho town of Silver City, New Mexico. METAL MAKKET. Thft price of silver has improved slight ly notwithstanding the effort being made in congress to repeal the Sherman bill. The demand for silver for export has been unusually heavy this mouth and the visible supply at New York is less than a million ounces. The price at New York was 83 . Copper la weaker in spite of the efforts of the combine to advance the price, Tho closing q iotaliorl was 12. The improvement in the load market has been sustained and there has been cround beside him. Shortly afterwurd a slight advance in price during the hia father was found dead in their resi week. Sales wore light nnd tho market doñeé; 6aid to be suicide by poisoning. closed strong at3 87'. Cab Conway, a well known former res ident of this place has been elected as- sistant cashier of the Eddy National Bunk. W. U. Tuttle wits arrested at El Paso luBt week for bhooting F. W, Smith at Las Cruces last spring. He gave a cosh bond in S'i,500 for appearance at the noxt term of the district court at Las Cruces. Sum. Sterne, a former resident of this city, is in trouble. A short time einco he issued a chock in the name of Storte Brothers and obtained the money on it when there was no money in the bank to moot it. This was done in Albuquer que and he went to Denver where he wus arrested lust week. He was brought buck to Albuquerque and gave bond for his appearance at court. Sam. is well known here where he always bore good reputation. Alba Ileywooii. The Alba Heywood troupe was in San ta Fe lust week and Friduy's Now Mex ican auys: The presentation of Edgewood Folks at Gray's Hull hit,t niuht was a treat. The characters were uil well taken and the make-ups rood. of course, look the leading roll, aud iu his numerous disguises and liuporsonu. There will be no inquest held, nnd if there is anything mystertoiibly wrong in thia series of deaths said tobo 6elf-in- flicted no ono will ever know difforont. All manner of rumors are heard on the streets and the opinion is openly express ed that a thorough investigaron should bo had. Since writing tho above, sheriff Laird says he will hue the matter look ed into. Frank Thurman toltiroed from Santa Fe Saturday. J. W. Flemini returned from Santa Fe on Thursday. Ho reports that both houses are doing excellent work. They meet early and udjourn lute, hile the committees meet after supper aud are generally io session tllr 10, P- tu. He thinks a grer.t deal of good work is going to be accomplished by the bombers of this legislature. Mr. Branch, the speak er of the lower house, and Mr. Chaves, the president of the eenute, deserve great credit for the excellent work they have accomplished so far for the Ternto ry and their frionds. Tho people of Carlisle precinct elected O. Scott Dawson justice of the penco and Mr. Alba lleynood, 1 w. C. Davenport constuble ut the pt- ciüct eltctiou lust week. Ordinance 107. Bo it ordained bv the Council of the Town of Silver City: Sixtion I. That the mayor of the town of Silver City be, and be hereby is authorized and enijiowered to negotiate rt loan of four thousand dollars; said sum of four thousand dollars to Ihi applied to the paymont of the note of the said town of Silver Cit), dated May 30th, 181)1, bearing interest at the rato of 8 per cent, per annum, payable oil or beforo thoSt'th day of May, 181)15, and payable to the Silver Citv Water Company or its trus tee, and as security for said loan the bonds oí Saul town of bilvor Uiiy oe issued, and duly signed nnd executed by the mayor and clerk and the coupons thereto attached signed by tho mayor and treasurer, us provided by law, said bonds to be or the denomination 01 f.OOOeiioh, to be numbered consecutively from SKI to 100 inclusive, and duly regis tered, bearing interest at the rato of 7 yt cent, per nnnum, pnynmo annually iu cold 011 the first day of July of each year, both principal and interest puyuble at the Munover (sulionul uanK 111 rvew York Cit v. said Umd to bo pnyuble in gold coin of the United Stutes of Amer ica, und payable at the option of the mayor nnd council of tho suid town of Silver City ufter twenty years from and aflor the data of issuunco thereof, and absolutely due and payable thirty years from and after tho dute thereof, all in conformity with the provisions of un act of tho legislativo assembly of tho Terri tory of Now Mexico entitled "An act enabling the authorities having charge of the Imáneos of any town or city of the Territory of New Mexico fo refund any bonds or other obligations or siuutown or city by the issuance of similar obliga tions bearing a less rate of interest" ap proved February 11, lS'Jl. Seo. li. ibis orconiiiico biiiih oe iu full force and effect from and uftor Us passago. Approved Jan. bin, 188.8.131.52. fssAL. Joiih W. FLr-Mio, iuuyur. Attest Wm. F.LonnjiZ, . Clerk. Gormotuer presents aa array of testi monials absolutely w ithout a parallel in tho history of medicines, both as to character und number. It is endorsed by Tiiot sANns of our best known men, niid we are authorized in saving that it will permanently cure Catarrh, Hheumn lism. Neuralgia, Asthma, llowel, Liver, Bladder und Kidney Troubles, Purolysis, Epilepsy, Erysipelas Insomnia, General Debility, and Skin Diseases, such as Scrofula, Eczema, iu. It cleanses and purities the blood, vigorutes the Btomueh, tones up tho general system, nnd thus brings health and happiness. It is no pauseous compound, but is as pleasant to take as a glass of lemonudo. For salo bv W. C. Portorlleld. Notice tor Publication. t'NIl Kl hTATFS I.AMI ÍIKFICF. I Las i. nut-, N . M.. l'i e. l- lsii. I "VTOTlCi: 1 lli:l:l'HY ;lVt'N that Ihe foU J. lowlllt: tiameil settler llal filial li.itlee of lilt Intent It'll to make ilnal pmol In v;;'!' n t of hit cIhiiii, anil thai ahl proof il) he 'c ulo h-loto proi'iiie Jnrt're, or. In his nhi-iieo, pídale e:i-rK. at Silver iiv. N. M.. en Icnrnaiy vl-t, M'l, vi: John It. Ncr. of olla. N. M , whomaile Ittl.etitrv No. .' for the S. K. VI N. K. t. N. s. K. i,, 'ami N. K. ! s. W. !,, hoc. 1, Tp. 14, tt It. 'Jl W. , lie naiin'4 lite follow luc wl!nres fo prove tils contiititou lesuh-tK-e upon und ciiUlvat.on of aiil hind, viz . Willi, nn Stockton. TI109. Stockton. Nr., N. nciiilci.xnii. Jai. M Morris, of 1. Ha, N . M. Any pi-iion who ili-siK K to pieti-t niMUis? Il:i .tllow'aiiee of inch proof, or who know of iniv inhstaiil'ial mimm. nmler Iho law atul Ih rur 1 lationt of the Inleiior l,-mi t iii' ti t . whv 111 II proof hoiihl not 1 Mllowcli w ill ! (riven sn opMiiliiiil'v at I'.e a' ow itu to looeil tinii- int place to eioH exaniin the witnonn of sad elalinniii, Hint to iCler i-!ileneo in relitittal ot Unit snlnnlm-il hv el nmant 1-ct Mi' vi. 1". Mi Cuka, t;elst r. next five, CO ceuts; for the next five, 45 K" "ul'i i" au.nence oeiween a giggia UHL4 a li'ni Jk l(uiii.ci, A1' t H"J n cents, and for all others S3 rents a day Councilman Saint stated that the pris oners in Bernalillo county were fed at a is a good actor, but as a personator he is onj of brilltancf : chaructr ! in very superior The damage caused by the recent (iro at the Tiranier House is boing repaired and the house will bo in runnir.i order i to,f- The people of Lordsburg elected M.W. McGrath justice of the peace Inst week. B. B. Owuby was electod constable. The neiv skating rink is open every night, except Sunday. Monday and Thursday nights tor ladies. jtf. Kino i Bayne. Str.rlT Mining at Home. PPOUTUMTY is of fered miners, mine llicers, and others vho cannot afford to ,op work and, attend chool) to obtain a Knowledge, of arithme tic, ulgobraio signs, mine ventilation, inno surveyirg, mine i,,..e)iiinic methods ot working, geology, prospecting, etc., in th' Correspondence School of Mines, Seranton, Pa. It is the largest mining school in the world; pav ing over 1.000 students on i's rolls. The method of instruction is both practical nml iioinihir. und tho school crows with great rupidit y ns those who aro taking tho different courses inform their friends nml i.eounitil unces how C'clltiy Uiey iMmclittiMl nntlhow well they nrrt Hit! ih(Íc( 1. Students btudy at home nml them ÍH no timo lost from work The tuition charges aro reasonable and where necessary spocial terms of payment Bre tundo. Graduates nro nssisted to positions by t!io Employment Bureau of tho School. For miner who wish to get away from tho pick nnd drill and for mino ollieers who want to iieiiiorougniy quali fied toovercomeall the adversocondilions with which they have to contend, and to understand the machinery they havo in use, etc, it is tho chance of a life timo To enter, students only need to know how to rend nnd write. IJriidiiaics aro nssistod in obtaining positions by the Employment Bureau of tho School. Send for free Circular giving full particulars. Oíüter In Bulk comino; m every otrior cay üircct from the 6ca feUore ot 47tf Geo. D. Jones. Notice. Persons owing city taxes on personai property will havo to pay the tax and 10 per cent, cost, bv Feb. U or I will have to levy on their property and sell to satisfy tho same. Personal property is not advertised. By order or City Council. 2 it C. Ij.Canti.kv, collector. AT MORRILL HALL, ... , Friday Ev'g,Jan,27;9fr All maskers must make thoir identity known to J. J. Murtln, Join" J. Mr.nv, ) MllnI1..r, J. T. NtW.MA.N, MttU TIc'iot ?t to he li.nl W. ('. PorU'lfii-lil'S and W. L. Jai kon Co n. Drun More. 1-41. Yrzz silver, When The Heart U AfTected By RheutnatiHiii. or anv of the muflios nour that argnn, it is like tampering with an electrio wire, for deuth may como at uny moment. If life is worth t "),go to the drui.'uirfl and get Dr. Drummond s Light ning llomedy, or send to tho lrumniond Mudioine Co., iS 01 Maideu Ijme New York, and they will send ou a lurge bot tlo bv prepaid el pre. is. It is not us quick us electricity, but it will save your life if you take it in time. Vgents snlcl. Co to tho Cave Saloon frobh Anheuser Beer. for a glass iinf. Finest Cigars and Purc3t Liquors. Wade, Harris L Co. Silver City, - New Hinco.' J. A- CCémmi! "WcLtcli-mcxluor Jovolcr. 1 Vatcheá Cl:c, JettelriJ end Cullard SI SltATR CITV,- ft. \n\n E. V. Lonir. Benigno Roruoro, E. C, so as to próvido that for the firbt fiv duced in the legislatura but only a pmall i .It, K. M. Torno. L'.ver and Kidnevs, titule. I In the I'lnei Alii irilini'i ihilil t.m l' IimiiiIV I'f 4i;illt. (Will 'lertiltV nf Nilv Mi vli-,i, vii.l l.ilm of the e"ineliiin.iet .t.'l n K. Swtfl I'ctnw let- ine uní cf ! N.'; n'ii rlnltn n I. in of Un- mI I .Inl'ii .1 i- i. I,, let; lei llir tumi ef SIIKi'é, hint w!l rl.t!ii f llijll ff VH'il Henrv II. itiieicv líele f 'i tlie vi nt if ?.x-(l ;n. r ti lt i.f . til i-Mitin el th n I" lust f il v e up nuil (lelerll'i l til the CellH :,iilllt'ili hll' nf e.ill ljMt'1 til 1ihtl III. leln-p n lleude 1'i'Cl I'! :( - h pnytlmt '' iH M.i'ii'i'. i i M'i f in .1 Nilnii e I lliiltl IIII1V IT 9 !ij ctiilrl H i.-t!m. nf vi''! ,-.,i;i t itinl tho iit.v-'N Hrp'ii'il to uhiitexei riciv i.