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10 1 ! , J V i -: rf2 r VOLUME XIX, SILVER, CITY. NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1893. NO. 31. ttortt at nw. JKM. 6 WBIOHT, Attorneys. SILVER CITY - - NEW MEXICO. JJilL St ANCH1ÍTA, Attorneys and Counselors at Law. Office la Enterprise Btillillni, BILVEB CITY, NEW MEXICO Will nrvtlo In nil tti court .it the territory. JICUMOND P. BARNK8, Attorney at Law, OISm corner Broadway and Main street, BILVEB CITY NEW MEXICO JJ h. VICKEIT, Attorney at Law, BILVER CITY NEW MEXICO JAMES B.IFIELDEK, Attorney at Law, O Sec ovor Silver City NnHotml Itank, Imhjiiis t aud 3- BILVEB CITY, NEW MEXICO. rp V. CONWAY, Attorney at Law, BILVEB CITY - NEW MEXICO H. BAKLLEE, Attorney at Law, Offioe RoomB 3 and 4, over Rosenberg's Store, Sheridan Block. Entrance on Broadway. BILVER CITY NEW MEXICO QIDEON D. BAJSTZ, Attorney at Law, BILVEB CITY NEW MEXICO T 1103. 8. KtfKLIN, Attorney at Law, Up-stalrg In Exchang. building, BILVER CITY - - NEW MEXICO g B. UILLETT, Attorney at Law. Office on Main Street, SILVER CITY. . . - NEW MEXICO. JJENrTwILLIAM BLANC. M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Office, second story tn Shoemaker Block. SILVER CITY, - - N. M. yiLL. T. WILLIAMS, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, Office In.Dr. Stephens' old Rooms. BILVEB CITY, N. M. Q.EO. T. KIMBALL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Corner Mala Street and Broadway. Office Hours from to to 12 and a to 4. BILVER CITY N. M. Q A. HUGHES. I. D I3., Room 1, BhertJan BulMlng. Entrance from Broadway BILVER CITY N. M. T O. O. r. I . James L. Kldt'dv Encampment No. 1 meets (lie zu aim tu weunemiHya oi eacn month. Vlsitluu uatriarclis cordially Invited. ANOKBW SlAUDT, 0. 1. J. J. Kkixt, Scribe. IO. O. F. . Isaac H. Tiffany Lodfte, No. la, meets at Odd Fellows' Hall.over post-ofnce.HHturday even nRS. Members of the order cordially Invited to attend. J. M. FMrrrjtu, N. U. C. L. Dotsok, Bee. O. O. F. . San Vicente I-ndge, No. 5, meets every Monday hIkU at Odd fellows Hall. Visiting brothers Invitxd. Wii-UAM Owkm8, N. U. Jtl. U. Makks, See KA. M. . Silver City Chapter, No. , at Masonio Hall, lteuular convocations oil 3d Wednesday evening oi each luoutu. All companions Invited to atU-nd. M. V. Cox, U. 1'. H. W. LuOAS, Sec. F. ft A. M. . Silver City Lodne, No. Í, meets at Masonic Hall, opposite Tininwr llm.ito, the Thursday eveiiliiic ou or before the full moon each month. All vliuliug brothels Invited to attend. M. U.TWOMKV, W. M. Habbt W, Lucas, Sou. K0K P. . Meets 2d and 4th Tuesday nlirhts In each month, at Odd Jt'cliows Hall. VimiIiik kniKhu Invited 8. W. Flk.ui.nu, 0. 0. O. A. HuouiCH, K. H. 8. O. Ü. W. . Meets on the tst and 3d Tuesday nlühts n each moni li. at Masonic Hull, Fellow work lueu cordially Invited. J. M. 1 kitthh, M. W. 11. W. J.ucah, Keo. glturctttx. ME. Ciiukch. , Services at the church, Broadway, near the Court Motete, every Sunday at U a. m. and 1 p. in. Sunday Si hool at D:4i a. Ill, itav. W. S. Fitch. A. M., Pastor. C11UUCH OK TUB (JOH) SlIKPHKKU. Held In the Linscopal Mission room. Ser viros everv Sunday at 11 a. in. and 8 p. in. Sun cUy school at lu a. m. Come and Join ua. A. K. U.WTD. i$itlhntous. "J AMEb COKUIN, R::l Estate, lzM and Collection Agent Oillce on Mam Street, SILVER CITY NEW MEXICO Notary Public for (Irant 'ouiity, N. M. Com v. k!hU n( roal ext.tlu ou haud and bought and mission! t oi !'iiln for Arizona Turrllor K!nls of iiml tHt.ae Sold ou couiinibsiuu. All J AS. 8. CAKTKK, Notary Public. Offite in Silver City National Bunk. BiLveuCrrv, - - New Mexico. 1 AlulV w' LLCAa' Notary Public. OflUco in TobtuUieo Builuiut,', eiLVtU CITY. - NEW MliXli'O. MAISER BROS' Barber Shop&Bath Rooms The Brat Place la The ( liy Te a nice easy shave or a good bath Broadway, Below Billiard St. Joseph Merk, Horticulturist and Landscape GARDENER Best References Furnished. BILVEB CITY and DEMINO, N. M. E. E. BURLINCUME, Assay Oíüce and Chemical Labcrafory, 4M Lawrence Street, DENVER COLORADO. Samples by mall or express will receive prompt and careful attention. Wold and Silver Bullion reiined, melted, amayed or purchased, &c. Mrs. 0. E. Colby, Milliner i Dress Maker '2 Silver City, New Mex. JOSI3 AHITO ID, Cleaning, Altering, And Repairing Clothes. Back of Dr. Bailey's drug store, ' Market Stréet, - SILVER CITY WM. STEVENS, PINOS ATL03 piscary Pinos Altos. Mew Mexico. GEO. R.BROWN, U. 8. Deputy Mineral and Land SURVEYOR, bilveb crrr, n. m. tVOIflie on Xante Street. G, W. VERA, OILS, LAMPS, GLASSWARE. Lubricating and Coal Oil a specialty. SILVER CITY. - - NEW MEXICO DENVER A , ,jr PUBLIC SAMPLING WORKS CO. OREATEÍTORE MARK ET IN THE WORLD. O OLD, SILVER. COP. PER AND LEAD OHE8 8AMPLED ANO SOLO TO HIGHEST BIDDER. DENVER, COLO. JONES' MEAT MARKET -The Finest FRESH AND SALT MEATS Always on Hand. 0. -1 - BEST1DBUIT. BULLARD STREET, 3rd Door South oi Post-oOlce building. FONIG GEM, Prop. excellent" cuisine. Every delicacy tn the market, at all hours of the twenty-four. Ketmlar Dinner cents) or to order, (iaine, Fieh, 8tenka, KruuLs, cnoked to suit Ooiirmet or Fpleure. Careful and res pectful atteution to every euntonier. Scrupu lously clean. I try to please everyone. i ONU OliM, Chef. PARLOR SALOONS J. II. WEBSTER, Prop. Central, ... New Mexico. Choice Wines, A Liquors and Cigars. Private Club Room. The pleasanteBt place in Central in which to spend an evening. Headquarters for the "Boys in Blue." EX.EGAXTT Open Day and Night. Good Meals at all hours. Fish, Meats, "Vegetables in season, always supplied. Billiard Street, : : Silver City, N. II. Ur. W. H. WHITE 5 J. S1" n DENTIST Gas admlnlatered for the DalalesiextrvrUan of teeth. Broadway Hotel, SILVER CITY, N. M. Refurnished and renovated throughout Neat and comfort able rooms by the day, week or month. Terms very reasonable. Patronage solicited. MRS. D. B. DARLINO, Proprietress. pARLOR (1AL00N, Comer Broadway and Main btreet. WINES. LIQUORS AMD CIGARS. JC3N CAUSON Projrlctsr. C I. l'oiuker. jr. u. wiii t. Rlephant Corral, FORAIER 4 WHITE, PrODS. Livery, JTeed and Sale Stables. 8lntjle and double bug;;le, buckboards, prlnn wagons, and earts, ladiei and mi-ii ri.lnm liuiw n, turned out In good form on the ahorlenl uulioe. Hornea boanlcd. biieeiul ratea Kveu by the week or uiouth. Horses Bought, SoldVand Traded. aifaTv Btxt, BUti City, lTw .VCwxlco. m h ROSE GARDEN m 1p riNB ROSQ PLANTS. Year tclwtioa frtm iuo Standard Varlotica, poct-pald. Our Catalogue of FlauU aud Floral Novcltlc for '9 U now rea4y, ala fiuoklct tclliuj bow to be lucccuful with Garden and Houm PUuta. THIS BOOKLET TELLS HOW TO RAISE BlQ CRY8ANTMEIrlUM3. cxmut ma Mu tmu w w w km ua voua min so cuNHouac EüUTii DEKVEii riftr?ii rn 40.000 fT. Otai tummm M. O..M. Th Skin. The skin is the containant of the man, holds the reins of con trol over all things within the body, and is a barrier against the reception of injuries from without lie who makes a specialty of der matology has printed in the parch ment of the epidermis every dis ease that assailfi the patient, and if he road aright can from that open book clearly tell the progress of that otherwise nnsoen enemy. There is no moro favorable vant age ground for the physician than the ultimate enveloping membrane of the body. Other cpccialties, as that of the eye, or the earj the throat, or the stomach, give knowl edge of a part of the system, and mferentially of the whole man, but the skin in its deviations from health tolls in every minutest par ticular of the state of the patient Gently knocking at the very out ermost door of the cuticle, or the most external portions of the skin, we enter through one of the pores of which it is estimated 125,000 can bo covered by one grain of sand. Place over the body of a man of ordinary size grains of sand so that the skin is wholly covered, count now these grains and multi ply this by 125,000 and see the enormous stomach through which the nerves obtain their supplies of richest food. These animated pores, constantly drinking the purest constituents of the atmos phere, send these nectars to the cortical cells of tho brain as foods sufficiently refined to serve the king's table. Within the brain these ambrosial feasts are further exam ined and formed into nerves. Stupendous process I These pores, situated in the outermost parts of the body, cull from the air the sweetest essences of flowers. The invigorating, invisible soul of the newly mown grass carries its dainty supplies to the- building up of the nerve fibre, and thousands of foods, to show that man lives not by bread alono, are drawn in through these minute pores that have their bed in the in the insen sate cuticle. Covering the pores are lamella, or scales, yielding themselves to every requirement of the parts they serve. Tho duties imposed upon the scales of the cuticle de fine their character, and as is the papillary substance beneath, so they are hard or soft, moist or dry, elastic or unyielding. Here, alone, can our vast storehouse of thera peutio appliances find abundant indications for the treatment of any disease within the body. The only portion of the body that in ' health is devoid of sensation and gives itself absolutely to the duty of serving other parts, affords from its character full information as to tho selection of the appropriate remedy. This willing 6alve is the outermost boundary of the deepest atom of the body. It is the alpha, of which that is the omega, and all intermediates are photograph ed upon its pliant face. Beneath tho cuticle is the rete mucosum. The better to describe the several layers composing the skin, refer ence will now bo made to tho pa pillary substance, or the cutis, that lies next beneath the rete mocos um. The body of the man is the house he occupies the ekin is the wall of that house. The rough uncovered laths throughout the interior of the house, with inter stices and projecting surfaces, are as the sensitive papillary substanc es. Over these laths the plaster is applied to give a smooth Burface, as tho reto is applied over the pa pillas. And upon this plaster the highly polished, hard and non sensitive glazing is mode to pro tect the plaster and the laths be neath, as tho cuticle protects the rete. The rote is the portion in which the coloring matter resides, and as is its color so is the color of the cuticlo, but beneath this veto all men are alike, white. Here, too, tho pores of the second clana aiino and empty themselves at the opon doors of the scaly cu ticle, giving forth vtibt quantities of sauctorian perspiration. The reto levels tho projecting prtpill.u with itu 6oft mucous-HLo eub- 8tance, and gives continuity and conformation to tho cuticlo. The cutis, or pnpillary substnnco is the true skin. Here resides the sense of touch, and here the arteries begin their formation. It is the birthplace of tho heart, to which each globule of blood is in the desire to flow as to its own home and place of freedom. The papilla) open and shut with power similar to that of the armature and alternately invite and reject with the law of action and reaction the flow of blood. In this cutis is placed the groat system of drain age tubes, the sewers of the body through which the internal organs, tho membranes of these organs, the muscles and layers of ' fat send forth their sweats, their dirt, and the grosser portions of the blood. Useless qualities rush through theso canals, t times, as in vio lent exercise of tho body in great deluges, carrying in their im petuosity of flow puro essenc es of nerve fiber, to the de struction of the strength of the man in many diseases. In health tho scaly door in the cuticle acts as if double hinged and openB in ward with the same power of action with which it had previously opened outward. This reciprocal action permits tho return to the system of the purest portions of the previly exuded sweat Here again arises a multitude of indica tionsfor tho selection of the rem edy. Ruf us Choate, M. D. It would not be at all surpris ing if within a few years the Unit ed States should wrest from great Britain the greatest of that nation's manufacturing p r i v i 1 e ges the building of ships for powers that must have them but cannot con struct for themselves. From the day when ironclads became gov ernmental necessities the smaller countries have purchased their ships of war and their armament from England, but it is only rea sonable to suppose that the mo nopoly will soon be broken. Again and again has it been demonstrat ed that American material, Bhaped by American ingenuity, has no superior when it appears as the finished product, and to this grat ifying fact the eyes of intending purchasers cannot long be closed. Every ship in our navy testifies to the excellence of American handi craft and such solid evidence will surely not bo disregarded. No nation can produce better guns than ours, in the important matter of armor plate we are far in ad vance of all competition, while Americau engines have outsped the best foreign mechanism ever put in any cruiser. With these conditions unshakenly established but little time is likely to elapse before the Clyde, the Tyne, the Thames, the Mersey, tho Severn and Milford Haven will occupy minor positions in tho marts of shipping, while the Delaware, tho Cheasapcake and a score of other waters within our national boun daries will become supremoly con spicuous. Washington Star. How the Colonel Washed. The colonel was in the wash room of the sleeping car scrubbing his face vigorously with a towel. He had not slept well and was not in tho best of humors. A little fellow with sharp cut features and a big soft felt hat covering his head made his way with difficulty through the car, for the roadbed in the North Carolina mountains is not particularly smooth, and the limited makes fast time some times. He thrust his head into the washroom at lost and inquired in a deprecatory way of the assem bled multitude: "Kin you tell mo which end I wash at?" The colonel glared at him a minuto, and then, in his deep baas replied: "Wa'al, young man, I don't know which end you "wash at", but at this timo o'day 1 gen erally wafch at tho top end." Tho young man retreated and didn't 'wash at' either end until the colouol went to break f. tot N. Y. Bun. CHINESE SWARM INU IX. Open and Apparently Unopposed I)e- flance of tho (J ear y Law. a Pan Timet. Chinamen aro pouring into El faso from Mexico at the rato of from ton to twenty per night They are arriving almost daily by the Mexican Central in batches of from ten to thirty, and they do not re main long in Juarez. In tho lan guage of the street gamin they "don't have to." Twenty-six ar rived there last Friday, and that night no less than eight of them came across one of tho bridges by the customs guard, and probacy all the otheis came across by other routes. Saturday seventeen more arrivod, and that night 9 crossed the river four miles below the city and then came up town at their leisure. Sunday night fourteen more, some of them disguised as Mexicans, started up the river un der the guidance of Chailey Tim, a Juarez Chinaman who speaks Spanish, and it is supposod that they came across by tho Southern Pacific bridge. They pay $135 per head for the evasion of tho exclusion act. For this sum the parties engaged in the traffic agree to shield them from arrest here and seo them safely off on the railroads. Of course theso parties keep on hand bodio reams of bogus or borrowed certificates. An intelligent Chinaman who evidently knows what he is talking about informs a Times represent ative that there is a company or ganized in Juarez for tho purpose of buying or bribing the way for these contrabands to enter this country. Tho company collects $100 of the sum paid, and the $35 is paid to what the Times informant terms" a big man in El Taso." Every car load of Chinamen passing through this city in bond for Cuba is to bo thus returned via Vera Cruz through El Taso, Eagle Pass and Laredo. Tho scheme was originally to send about ono half tho number from Cuba to New York into tho United States, but the fir3t batch landing in New York was arrested. Tho whole tide then turned toward Vera Cruz, and no less than 500 have been landed there from Cuba already. These are now entering or seeking to enter the United States through the Rio Graude ports named, and as they have evidently bo arranged matters here that they will meet with no opposition in entering the country, the chances aro that the entire stream will bo diverted to this port As these people meet with no oppsition whatever, they of course smuggle in with themselves every thing they cn buy and carry, and a Times informant estimates the quantity of opium now being smug gled in at this port at from twenty to fifty pounds per week. Theso men now bring the opium directly from China ou their persons, pass through theUuitod States in bond with it, touch at the island of Cuba, sail across to Vera Cruz and then take the railroads for the United States. The Pullman company has de clared a quarterly dividend of $2 a 6hare, payable August 15lh, to stockholders of record August 1st Dáéí Pure zr A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening Bt renglh Ltttrst, I nited states Uovcvn merit Food Jicport. Royal Baking Powder Co., lOO Wall Wt., 3V. Y, reoplo who are fond of rummag ing about in curio shopB aro no doubt surprised at the cheapness of Japanese swords, says tho New York Sun. They are cheap bo cause they aro plenty. When tho nobles threw off the native cos tumes aud adopted European way a they took to European costumes also, and seemed to acquire a dis taste for many of the things that had been personal or house be longings. The short, needlo point ed, razor edeged 6words worn by the damios and their retainers, though of the finest steel and beautifully ornamented, wero dis carded for English sabers and dress swords and came to this coun try by thousands. In San Fran cisco a dozen yearB ago they wero heaped in boxes and tubs and sold for less than ono dollar apiece. Tho price has advanced a little since then, the values running from two to ten dollars according to tho blade, tho richness of the lacquer on the scabbard, tho ornamenta tion in gold and bronzo on tho handle; but plenty of good ones are still to bo had. One cranky freak of collectors is to break up the wea)ons, preserving only tho bronze aud iron guards, which aro often decorated with flowers and figures of exquisite workmanship in gold and silver. One man in New York has dismantled over 500 swords for this purpose and wants more. The first experimental telephone exchange was operated May 17, 1877, aud tho first commercial tel ephone exchange was opened in February, 1878. Yet at tho be ginning of tho current year, in tho United States alone, half a million telephone instruments and 450, 000 miles of lino wire, 100,000 of which wero under ground, were employed for tho transmisión iu one year (1892) of 000,000,000 messages between 232,000 stations, giving at tho same time honest and congenial cmploymeut to 10,000 personp. Ehraim W. Bull, tho originator of tho Concord grape, is still liv ing at the age of eighty-seven years. Ho was a friend of Emer son and Alcott, and has been great ly honored by distinguished visit ors to Concord, and by horticult urists at home and abroad. In his garden at Concord ho still shows tho old mother viuo of tho Concord grape, which ho develop ed from tho seeds of a native wild grape planted just fifty years ago. Cannot Be Imitated I And Stands Without a Rival I Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Is superior in all things to any other. It's popularity has Induced a host of imitations. More than twenty of these have been suppressed in the past year by the strong arm of the law. Neither these imitations nor any of the Ammonia, Alum or Prize Caking Pow ders can any more approach . Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder In its marvelous strength, parity and ether great qualities, than the p A can take the place of an o! J mine dlarncnJ.