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Ionic of the Act of th Legislator. ClIArTFU XXXV. An Bet relating to imprisonment for misdemcanora in certain onsen. Do it ennt tel by tlio legislative assembly of tlio Territory of New Mexico: Sec 1. Whenever in nny ineor poratetl town or village nittiatetl moro than fifty miles from tlio coun ty Beat of tlio county in which bucIi town or village is situated any ter Bon ehall bo tried K foro any jus tico of the eaco, wlioso recinct or nny part thereof i.j embraced with in Mich town or village, for any of feiiBo against the laws of the Ter ritory amounting to a misdemeanor and who shall lie convicted thereof and bo Bentenced to bo confined in the county jail either as a imrt of tho punishment inflicted for Buch offense or for tho non-payment of the fine and cob ta that may lo asses ed against tho jerHon, it shall be lawful for tho BherifT or constable receiving the order of commitment to confino tho defendant in tho cal nbooBO or jail Wlonging to such town or villago for the term or pe riod directed in the judgment or orderof commitment And for the purposes of this act tho CHlalooHe or jail of such town or village is hereby declared to lie a county jail. Soc. 2 The Ixwrds of county commissioners in the several coun. ties of tho Territory nro horeby authorized and emjxjwered to make and enter into a contract with the trustees of any town or villago men tioned in the first section of this act for tho feeding and guarding of the prisoners confined in tho cala boose or jail of any such town or villago under the provisions of this act, and to pay out of tho county treasury to the trustees of such town or villago for tho feeding and guarding of Buch prinoners in cordance with tho terms of such contract Provided, however, that tho price bo contráctil Bhall not oxceed tho regular legal rate pnid the BhorifT for feeding prisoners. Sec. 3. This act shall take effect from the time of its passage, and all laws in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. Approved Feb. 22, 1893. Chai'Teu XXXVI. An act to provide for tho pay ment for certain pay and muster rolls and other documents and pa jara pertaining to the volunteer and militia service of tho Territory. Cha it eh XXX VI I. An act to compel co-owners of land to contribute their Bhare to ward obtainining titlo to the Bame. Chute XXXVIII. An act entitled an act to adjust and settle certain outstanding Bchool indebtedness in tho different counties of tho Territory of New Mexico. Whereas, Trior to the passage of tho present school law of the Territory of New Mexico, in sever- al counties of the Baid Territory tho expeuBO of the schools had been paid by school superintendents of the county drawing warrants ujon tho county treasurer, instead of the fund being distributed among the different districts of tho county and the warrants being drawn up on tho district treasurers, and Whereas. County treasurers have refuBed to pay many of such war rants which aro alleged to have lieeu given in good faith for serv icei actually rendered and supplies actually furnished Baid schools; and Whereas, the holders of Baid warrants aro practically without any remedy for tho collection of tho same or any part thereof: 13e it enacted by the legislative assembly of tho Territory of New Mexico: Bee. 1. That tho holders of any school warrants in this Territory issued prior tho 2l)th day of Febru ary, A. 1). lH'Jl, 1 and they are hereby authorized to bring suit in the district court for the county in which Baid warrants wero issued. against tho school districts and the county for tho purjxwo of adjusting and determining tho genuineness of said warrants and tho fact that the samo wero issued for services actually rendered or supplies act ually furnished for tho use. of the schools of said county. Sec. 2. Any part or all of said warrant holders may unite in the fame suit as complainanU and both the county and all the school dis tricts thereof shall bo made defend ant in buch suit,' and such suit shall bo brought in the chancery nido of the. court in tho nature of a bill in equity for an accounting, and tho district court shall take jurisdiction of tho eame, and it shall Ik) tho duty of tho district at torney to appear and defend si.id BUitsfor the county, and tho Hchool districts, or either or any of hem Bhall bo allowed to employ addi tional counsel. See. 3. Tho county bIibII bo de flcrilx'd as the Ixmrd of couuty com missioners thereof and process Bhall bo Berved upon said loard as now preHcriled by law, and the pro cess ujhju school districts shall be served by delivering a Bubpena or suinmoiis issued as in ordinary cases upon tho school superintend ent of the county and tho respect ive chairmen of tho school boards, whoso duty it Bhall 1h to at once notify the projier district attorney who shall enter his appearance in answer to said subpeim or summons and defend such suit as hereinbe fore provided. Sec. Í. The proceedings in said causo shall 1h) tho samo as in ordi nary chancery cases, and uon a statement of account by tho master in chancery a decreo símil bo ren dered therein determining the amount of such indebtedness, who is entitled to receive tho same, whether the original persons to whom Baid warrants wero issued or by whom such services were rendered, or supplies furnished, or the assignee thereof, and how much the holder thereof is lawfully enti tled to recover for the same, and thereupon a decreo or judgment shall bo rendered in favor of said persons for the amount of the indebtedness so claimed against tho county or district liable, and the amount of such de cree shall bo paid out of tho couu ty Bchool fund, where tho warrant is n county debt, or out of the proper district fund where the war rant represents a district indebt edness, and if tho samo aro insuffi cient it shall be tho duty of the county commissioners or district school directors to levy a sufficient tax at tho timo the generel taxes are levied and causo tho samo to be levied in like manner and collected at tho Bame time that general tax es aro collected for tho purpose of satisfying and paying off such de creo or tax. Sec. 5. Tho holders of any such warrants, who may procure any such decreo in their favor, may at their option accept bonds, interest bearing obligations, to bear interest at the rate of G per centum per an num, and duo in ten years, payable in five years, in satisfaction of such indebtedness, in lieu of causing the amount thereof to.bo levied and collected as provided for in the iregoing section. Sec. f. The costs of any such Buit authorized by tlr's act shall bo di vided equally by the court between tho complainants in such suit and the defendant, not including attor ney's fee, but including tho feo of the district attorney, who shall be allowed such reasonable compensa tion as tho court may in its discre tion fix, not to exceed 5 per cent, of the amount recovered or involv ed in the Buit : Provided, however, that if no judgment or decree should bo rendered in favor of the complainant or complainants, then the whole of tho costs of such Buit shall bw paid by tho complainant or complainants. Sec. 7. This act shall apply to suits now iending or any which may bo hereafter brought Sec. 8. This act shall bo in force and effect from and after its pas sage. Approved Feb. 21, 1893. Monday evening, Says the Soc orro Industrial Advertiser, two boys named Andres Eseomins and Estanislao 15aca saw llamón (Jar cia scratching around among pumo chips and ashes in tho yard of Nicolas I'aca. llamón Garcia call ed to them that ho had found something queer. They investigat ed and found tho body of a newly born infant, male. The boys rejort ed to Mrs. Daca, and tho littlo boy was taken into the house, whero it was discovered that a linen strip had been tied so tightly round the neck as to cause death. Tho cuse was immediately reported to tho police, and suspicion directed to wards Telesfora Garcia, a sinter llamón Garcia; tho man to first discover the murdered infant Tuesday morning she was arrested and brought before tho coroner's jurv. After some persuasion she consented to an examination by Dr. Abernathy, who had been sum moned for tho purpose. He, after a through examination, testified that tho woman had undoubtedly given birth to a child within a day, or at tho most a day and a half; and that death had been caused to the infant by strangulation from tho trip of linen bo tightly bound around his thraot. Do not wear impermeable and tight-fitting hats that constrict tho blood-vessels of tho scalp. Use Hall's Hair Henewor occasionally, and you will not bo bald. llobert Roberts, of La Tlata, San Juan county, has taken advan tage of tho boom in tho steer mark et to unload his alfalfa fed steers, some sixty in number. Tl.ey Bold for $02 per head. The Socorro Firo Clay works, under Manager Wolcott, will make a great display of fire clays and manufactured articles at the World's Fair in Chicago. The different clays will bo shown in every form t he crude material, fresh from from the mine, to the dif f reent articles made of each variety. There is no reason why children should bo allowed to suffer from mthsomo scrofulous sores and glandular swellings when such a pleasant, effective, and economical medicine as Ayer's Sarsaporilla may bo procured of the nearest druggist. De Buro you get Ayer's Cattle are being assessed at $7 a head in Pernalillo county, and sheep at 75 cents a head. Tho demand for stock sheep, ea jecially merino ewes, is growing lx'tter and not a day passes that wo do not meet men in search o: this kind of stock. Wo do not re member such a firm holding of sheep iu the llocky mountain re gion since tho range industry began. Ayer's Cathartic Pills are known to bo tho safest, surest, and bt st purgative medicine ever offered to the public. They aro mild yet cer tain in their effects, givo tone am strength to tho stomach, and keep tho system in a jerfeetly healthy condition. Konte timo ago tho property o the Chloride Mill and Deduction works was Bold at master's Bale under decreo of court to Batisfy a mortgage. Now suit is about to cree and Balo of tho proerty upon tho ground that the mortgage given did not bear the corporate seal of the company. The sheepmen of Dernalillo and Valencia counties are arranging for tho organization of nn associa tion. Thefts of sheep are becom ing numerous nnd it is proiosed to organize for tlio purjtone of run ning down end punishing tho of fender?. It is proposed also by those who are urging the organiza tion, to push the enforcement of tho scab law, and use tho power of the association for the general bet terment of tho members in the matter of handling and disposing of wool, etc. Gov. Prince has fiixed iijion Saturday, September 1(5 next, as "New Mexico Day" at the World's Fair. In making the selection ho had in his mind the fact that Sep tember 15 had been po selected by the Republic of Mexico, while tho silver states of Colorado and Neva da would have their gala days ear ly in the week following, thus giving New Mexico people an op lortunity to meet at Chicago friends from Mexico, as well as from our neighbors on tho north. An eye single was also had to the fact that about the middle of Sep tember New Mexico fruit and farm products will be in their zenith of glory, enabling New Mexico pro ducers to take to Chicago with them valuable additions for display in these departments. Ex Vice President Morton hos already sent a half dozen of his Guernsey cows to Chicago to be ready for tho great dairy test at tho World's Fair. There is a freak of nature a hu man monstrosity, it has been call- 1 in Los Vigiles precinct, near the lot springs, in tho form of a worn- man. She is twenty-eight years of age and her head is said to be as argo as her body. She is not able to leave her bed, but she is said to in possession of all he facultices. Las Vegas Optic. Mrs. John P. Hopper and chil dren, have returned to Kinston rom an extended visit with rela tives and friends in San Francisco and other points in California. Mr. Wm. Harris is arranging a cabinet of mineral specimens of tho Kingston mining district for ex hibition at the world's Fair, and is being assisted by Mr. Gus llein- gardt Last Tuesday tho sport loving portion of the jHpiilation of Lords burg made up a parse for a Dutch man and a negro, who wero scrap- pers, to see h fight between them, the understanding being that tho fight was to be a knockout or no money paid. Tho fellows went down to the hall and began strip pring for tho fray very bravely but just before they went down into tho ring tho negro was taken with a severe pain in tho head which precluded him from putting on the gloves. Tho money was refunded. Western Liberal. It is reported that tho Detroit and Rio Grande Cattle Co. are ar ranging with Mr. C. B. Zeek to move all tho company cattle, now ranging along tho Rio Grando in the neighborhood of Enlo, to Mr. Zeek's range in Colorado. The range along the Tornado, and in that vicinity is in poor condition, and mauy thousands of cattle have died from starvation iu the past three years, and present conditons are no more favorable than they have been. Spring is being usher ed in with unprecedented winds in that section, which rapidly tako the moisture left by tho winter snows and raius out of the ground. When a young woman asks you to go with her to choose a pockutbook and tulla the li;rk she wants one "so lontr," meiiHuririi? a Bpnco of nix or eitrlit inches with the lirst linger of each hand, it is just rh well not to express your surprise, that it isn t to be ft diiinty, sil ver mounted affair thut uccords with her costuming, and when she chooses an enormous seal leather affair with lots of compartments for bills and checks and numerous other such articles it is safe to decide thut "Charley" still lives in her memory as she in his, and when s!io talks about the marking and takes tlio pencil in a determined way and an swers tho salesmen's remark about the letters with a savage "I'll write them," why, it's time to turn your back and be awfully interested in something else. Buffalo revs. Html Willi fining rnr ft ! ti,r. If Wits in Pit t it.rr! pmiio Krvr'Ti vi nn fl::o flint my wife wolrn mo, up mm nh:lit and mid Hint o.ir little Hoy was very irk and would I p for a dor tor. I said of emu. -- I wiM, ntnl tJipi'intr into my clnthiH I pn'.lib'd my hat nini started out. V?n n I reached 1,lo first corner, I pa sed ft pt ranger wlic wan running the othi r way. I cnt diagonally nernsa tho strict, nnd ran toward tho center of town. lretty soon I heard footsteps romo distance back, and then several shots wero fired. I felt as though soino onu had thrown a stono and struck me on tho leg, but I couldn't run any moro worlh n cent. I stumbled down and then drawing myself up put my hand win re I felt tho pain and found that my leg was moist with blood. I easily real ized that I was shot. Tho possessor of tho revolver IicW up before me panting for breath and exclaimed, "You will rob people, will yon?" It was a policeman. I began to upbraid him most thoroughly. Explanations nor execrations did not help the matter any, and I was taken in a patrol to tho station. I repeated mv story and insisted that a doctor should bo Hunt to my house. Tho desk sergeant finally did as I wished, and our family doctor called at the house, and later came by tho station. It did not take mo long to convince the station officers that I was not tlio party, and was get at lib erty and removed to my homo. When I was able to get around again, I sued the city for f "i,lMM), and I got it. Interview in bt. Louis (1 lobe-Democrat. Amelle Rives Newsboy. "There is a young man in Mobile," said Colonel Robert McEftchin of Win chester, Va., "who has cause to remem ber Amolio Hives twice a year. When tho now distinguished lady was a little girl and lived in that city, she becamo fondly attached to a newsboy who cried out his papers every morning in the neighborhood in which sho lived. Sho met him one day and a friendship sprang up between them that has lasted to tho present time, After tho boy's stock of papers wero sold in the morning ho would call for tho pretty little blue eyed miss, and they would take long strolls down Froscuto road, plucking tho orange blos soms and tho magnolia blooms. They soon got to bo familiar figures on Gov ernment street, aa they would -ralk along that busy thoroughfare with tho young girl's head garlanded with wreaths of beautiful flowers and the littlo boy's arms filled with vines and evergreens. Then Miss Ri vos moved far away into Vir ginia, but sho nover forgot her newsboy friond, for it was her custom almost daily to writo him. The boy met with a misfortuno bohío years ago which crip pled him for lifo. Ho is poor, but his purso is twico ft year replenished by a postofflce order from Mrs. Chanlor. One of these arrives in Mobilo on his birth day, which is in Juno, and tho ot her on Christmas day." St. Louis Republic. The export demand for cattle is limited in comparison with a year ago. This is accounted for by the' fact that while prices on the other sido aro at present much tho Bame as twelve months ago, cattle on thB market are costing the export ers 80e to ?1 per 100 lbs more. Their purchases this week will not aggregate moro than 200 carlouds, whereas during tho corresponding week of 1802 they took 405 car loads. A call has been issued for a meet ing cf sheep owners of Ran Miguel county, to bo held at Lan Vegas, on April 9, to arange for co-ope rati vo otFort to prevent stealing. There is hardly a flockniaster in the couuty who has uot complaint to make of losses from the operations of thiev es and it will require prompt action and combined etfort to put a stop to the stealing. I'ubllo Dinners a Tlore. "Public dinners are becoming more and more of a nuisance to professional men," said a distinguished lawyer of this town somewhat peevishly tho other night. "Now, why should an extremely busy man like uiyst If be asked to devoto soveral hours of valuublo time to he preparation of an address on some im portant topic for free delivery before an association in which I have no particular interest? Of course I have the privilege of declining, but when two or three warm personal friends urge me to com ply on the ground of sociability, I have to accept or else appear surly. In con sequence I give np time which I can hardly spare from my clients. Bin kept up late at night and go down to business in tho morning with a headache or an at tack of indigestion." New York Times. Not Illgumy. Dp Smith Ih Tonsouby a bigamist? Travis A bigamist! Well, I guebs not! What made yon think so? Do Smith Oh, I dou't know. I thought I heard his wifo telling some body that Dr. Swindle'em's weed tonic had mudo another woman of her. Texas Siftings. Caleb Cnshing's celebrated "dog caso'' with Fernando Wood went the rounds of all the papers in the country, lieing much disturbed and unable to sleep on account of the barking of a dug owned by the latter, Cushing, after trying in vain to have tho dog sent away, sworo out a warrant against Wood for main taining a nuisance and appeared in court both as a witness and attorney to prose cute him. After an extended trial and lengthy arguments, tho nnivtil was ad judged a nuisance und order, removed. ' AFTER "THE OR P" or In nonvaloecenre from pneumonia, fevers, or other del ill ituting cIihou.-, your quiukiwt wy to pa tíi'sh and Strang! h is with Ioctor I'luree's UolJou lltxlieal luscovury. That gives purity to your blood, tilumpiiesa to jour tly, and put every lum tum Into t(i t working order. It inukus thoroughly oirt-ctire evura natural means of riturfng and uourlhhiiig your synteiu. Fur ixilu, puny, scrofulous chiMnm, eojincially, uutliiui apiirouoliH it. It buillii up uunplt'bily their ilenli, ttii ir strength, and their heultU. Tim " Iiisixivery " is thu only yuaranUsd hliKxl niHiln'ina In the imut stubborn hcrofuluits, tikni or ttcalp Iímu, Iú'muis, (Suit - rbituui, nail every kimlred ailment, if It iloeMi't Umettt or cunt, you Usvs your luoury Ixu-k. No nuittcr bow bad your case, Dr. Kaye't Rtuuady will ytniumtiUly uur your CaUu rh. A Queer Performance. Several years ago a Hampshire baronet, was amazed to find that, although he went to bed clothed as is customary, yet be invariably awoko nukixl in tho morn' ing and could not find any traco of his missing garment. A great number of shirts disappeared in this inexplicable manner, and as every nook and corner in the room was searched .without re' suit tho baronet at last told one of hid intiinato friends, and requested him to sit in tho room all night nnd watch de velopments. This the friend did, and after the baronet had for some time given audiblo evidence that he was asleep the watcher was surprised to observe him get out of bed, ojien the door and proceed with ft quick pace along a corridor, ie- eccnd the stairs and emerge into an open yard. Suddenly tho baronet, divesting him. self of his only garment, seized a pitch fork and buried the linen in a dunghill. Afterward he proceeded leisurely bacl.' to his bed. In the morning tho baronet, incredulous at what his friend related, repaired to the dunghill, and after dig ging for some time found several shirts stowed away in this anything but pleas ant receptacle. Boston Globe IIA3TIH üf - in?1 Lumber fiMíg. GO. Southwest Cattlcmon: PEA Mill 1 X UMBER. SASH, CCQRS.CLIKDS. FOUNDRY CASTINGS Made to Order. SII.VEll CITY'. MiV'MEXHO W. S. KANCII. P. O. Almn. Socorro County, r.M. JUnfto. g Franclsro Ulvpr, SocorroCounty. .VUS:. JACK MCGEE, S3 Jl E, 13 SH MAKER AND REPAIRER. -X. We clnim all wtttlo Mill horso IthikI.'iI W H on any isrt of thn Hiilnml, Hln claim II horses Riidi ct tie brniuled both Jaws All incroRio ef entile hrnniled W a on left hln or side nnd CO on both Jitwu. VJnderslope eacb ear Il.eoi IIKWAKI). We do'lre to rail iilleiiiloii to our brands as nbove deniTlbi'il. Wewlllpny (l.'niO reward tlia the nrri'it and conviction of any person or per- muu iiiiiKWiiiuy iiitiiuiiiiK any mock iu mesa brands. Silver City, N. M. I """A1I work warranted. mail promptly attended to. Orders on left sld. o n III p. It Unrobe: HIIts City Milk Kanch. r.O Address C. FI.KURY, Silver City, N.M. It Ferry', ü Seeds anrf tt?f.p a rlrh hnrrwrt. 'I ru y uru Blwiy roltnMo, hi .!- In íkmaní. al way n t hi t i r'ERRY'S SEED ANNUAL rnr 1S9.1 H Invikluahle toevpry Plnntnn h I Jl n nn mcTinpett(i of the Int! fnrriiln luiurmttLl.m from tlietilichMLauthurlL.es. . m until rM J D. K. 1-hKKYAv DETROIT, kJ 1 sw ni r ii lailr sliiimi Kanga Mountain foor miles corta of Silver City. P. O. Address, FRANK B1LVBAR, StlverCH T N'.M Ruaca ! Lowor, Mid dle nils and west side of Burro Mtn. Additional brsnds circle lutt side, cross on left hip, it con nected, HART. Old mart of 24 connected and 34 connected, clr cle, is dulap cut op O. O IIINMAN, HMiTiM on,i iimmiYr. i uii'iiiuiiL (iiiu uiuMiimunui f r.....i....-, Horse Tiran d ! ., When sold, vented Kigut Tbtgii I 1 on shoulder.' P. O. Address, II ART BROS., HILVKIl CITY, NEW MEXICO. m ski 1 II I" , 01 . Banc í I bres. Ve-e I .TAB. (Bometies on side X on Right Hip. Range: Upper Him Address, .TAB. M. HICKS, deorueWwn.I. C BUYERS CF ALL CLASSES OF COPPER ORES and MATTES Write for Prices. 1752 CURTIS ST., DENVER, CQLO. , Range: Vicinity ol Hot and Warm BpriDgS. P O. Address, GEO. WILLIAMS. Hudion.N. M. ELLEN GILLKTT, Si Í0 Sclentiflo American Agency for When Traveling; Was Dangerous. Ilounslow heath, Finchley common and Gadshill, in the neighborhood of London, were celobrated haunts of the highwayman, and the secluded roads of Epping foreat, on the route to Cam bridge, were often the scenes of plunder in broad daylight. These desperate rob bers at last became so dangerous, and the peril of their attacks so serious to travelers of all kinds, as well as to tho postmen, that the government passed a law making highway robbery an offense punishable by the death of the criminal and the confiscation of all his property. But robberies still occurred. In 183 mail coaches, protected by armed guarda.ook the place of post boys. The coaches carried passengers also, and as theso generally carried arms the mails wero better protected, but still daring nnd oftentimes successful attacks were made upon thorn,- St. NHi-lM.-!"- Jones Well, have you iniulo up your mind to buy that house? Brown Oh, yes, I've made up my mind, but somehow I can't make up the amount of the first payment. Detroit Free Press. CAVEAT. TRAD! MARKS, DESIGN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, ato. Por Information and free Handbook write to MI NN A Co., .l Hiioauwat, New York. Ohlet bureau for securing patents In America. Kvery patent taken out by us is brought before toe public by a notice given free of cuarge ta lúe Inwtific JVmcrinw Larreat circulation of any scientific paper In the wurld. Plenlidlr illustrate!. No intelligent man should be without it. Weekly, :i.00 a yeari l.fiililx months. Addrena M u IN N & CO rLUUiua, Jul Moauway, new xura my. 5KGLLYS 0 Photographic STUDIO. SILVER CITY, N. M. rostofflce, Silver City. N. M. Knnpe, Wlilskey Creek. NEUBITA CATTLE CO. Cooney, N. !í 1 IT Moci tains in ire creek. Additional brand tiliinyle rail loft stilo. 4 Horse brand left hip. EYE AND EAR. Dr. Chas. E. Walker. ( OCULIST) TAOOBsozr BüiLinwQ, DENVER. REV. SAM P. JONES. Silver City & Mogollón STAGE : LINE For Bronchitis "I never realized tlio good of medi cine so much as I have in the last lew mouths, during which time 1 have suf fered intensely Iroin niieunioiiin, followed by bronchitis. After trying various rem edies without bent-lit, I U'aa Ihuutto of Ayer's Cherry i'eutoral, and tho eHoct hns been marvelous, a single dose re Uevlng me of choking, and securing a good iiIkIiI's rest."!'. A. lllirguibutuum, lieu, btore, Long Mouululu, V u. La Grippe "Last Spring I was taken down with la grippe. At times I was completely pros trated, and so dilllcult was my breathing thut my bieatb seemed as if confined In au iron cago. I procured a bottle of Ayer's Cherry rectoral, aud no sooner liad I begun taking It than relief fol lowed. I could not believe that the ef fect would be so rapid." W. li.YVilllauis, Cook City, B. Dak. Lung Trouble "For more than twcnly five years, I was a sufferer from lung trouble, attend ed with coughing so severe at tunes as to cause hemorrhage, the paroxysms fre quently lusting three or fon: hours. I was Induced to try Ayer's Cherry rec toral, and alter taking four bottles, wat thoroughly cured. I can confidently recommend this medicine." Franz Jiol niuiui, Clay Centre, Kuns. AVER'S Cherry Pectoral Prepared by Dr. J.O. Ayer k Co., Lowell, Mans, bold by all liruugista. l'rio. 1 ; sis bullies, &. Prcmpttoact.suretocuro slakes three round trips a week, arriving In SILVER CITY EVERY TUES DAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY AT NOON, LFAV1NO SILVER CITY ON MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS AND 1RIDAYS AT 1 P. M. J. D. LEE, Proprietor. J'JJ DAILY STAGE : LINE From Silver City -VIA- SANTA HITA TO UKÜHGIÍTÜWN. Singes airivo daily In Silver City on the di-paiture ol train, carrying pasHi-hterst mail I aun express, aim leave mi ver t ny uaiiy on am v. alof tiaiii,eai iylng piuüH'iigurs.iuall and express. OFFICES : At Silver City In the Expresa Olllce. At Georgetown In the l'lmt-Oilloe. W. M. ML' KI'H K V, Manager, puver City, M. ltev. Bain Jones, the great evangelist, writes; "My wife, who was an Invalid from NiHvniis Sn-K Hkakai hk. has been entirely cured by six week s use of 1)K. KINDS It!) VAL (ÍKK- M K I L r. It. Her health Is erfet. In three weeks two of myrhllilren were completely cured of Nasal I'AlAlllill. It i tkulv a UK hat ukmkdv." For sale by W. C. rorterfleld. BE Í10T DECEIVED. Mm. Ann! MoAfn. of No. 1020 Clark utn wu hn iivwl hK (or vnat-H. Btia tualtiM m vhi ür. liuiuo'n otliue. J. IVoprletor of the D ALACE : SALOON ! CENTRAL. N. M. I bnve had cntarrh nmny vnart i 1 traiiiiciit r Itr, i i mum The C'liulcu-t of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. fihe mi vu t Awtriiur of the RiicxxMsM iu lttni rh and Luutf '1 rnil.ieMr X dt'Uriuinel to uouduii Hint ml (iiicje, wnit'ii t ti in a inn rMMii:i m.'iid the diH'ttir'i ttHluiHiit to all feullt itint fnm ( alarrli and Iaiux 'J iotiiilfN, and am uio be oaA t'Uuut a i,:uuiuu.jtoure iu all ctunja' Ir. riinrli' 1Tit.i ivwi Ihte Ijondn 1 í o i I tJ tnt tiltil t 1. 1 iLt-tw art in thu l'i,iv n iiiUt illlillhl'l', JÍMulIII ''.'i-í, it UVHI, (. oiu. I'atit'iiiri Hi a i i Hin tic aro troatt! hh HuroHuifnU ; If ad (hoMit wl.o vir.it the 4!li. A tao-tittiy itm tommX jruiptuiu biuuk U aut to all aiyUjult \n\n bo insitituted to Bet asido the di lot as Dure, netiexle ilion in o ii n - on Neurita FOKT liAYAKD, CENTRA Li AND Ay ! ,,;i;. .vi,H'--.--