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Mr. II. P. Holt hns born rc-np-pointod court ttcnogrnpluT. Many of tho opplos tliía year in the Mesilla vrdloy are alTected with the codlin moth. It 9 said that tho railroad com pany intend eloüing tho depot at Mejilla Park after tho end of the year. The Money In Cirmlatlon. Mining rifhi.'fry The U. H. Treasury report for Juno lsst. estimates tho amount of gold in circulation n ."22,000,000. Of this amouut $115,000,000 was in tho treasury and 1? 107,000,000 supposed to Ih) in tho banks and circulating among tho jc-oplp. Ab tho banks of all kinds contain $170,000,000, tho amount of $'237,- Gov. Thornton has appointed 000,000 ia tho quantity tho seero- tho following to fill vacancies on tary of the treasury guesses ia cir- tho Territorial loard of equ.V.i.:a- dilating among tho people. Now tion: Seaman Field, of lkming, every man in America who can vico E. O. Robs, declined; Thos. think at all, knows that there is I'. Gable, of Santa To, vice Chas, very little gold circulating among F. Easley, resigned. Something over 10,000 pounds of freight is at tho Socorra depot for tho School of Mines. It con consists of apparatus and chemi cal, to bo used at tho school. "When all tho materials ordered are at hand, the school will have tho nioBt completo paraphernalia of any similar institution iu tho west Professor Cockereil, in company with Mr. Theodore Rouault, re cently inspected tho tomato plauts which this gentleman is growing to explain. The plants rot oil at the roots and dio. Trof. Cocker til believes that it is due to bacto- ria. tho people. Practically it is in the banks and treasury. Still tho secretary estimates that thero isa goxl deal moro among tho pooplo thau in tho banks. This guess of tho amount in circulation is iu- 1 . 1 t .1 A 1 . 11 oilmen in mo guess mat mero uro $1,203,000,000 in circulation iu tho United States outeido of tho treasury. A Clon Burnt. Jn-hi'fi i ll 4t'Yifüwr. Tho cloud burst Sunday west of tho Socorro mountain, brought disaster to tho city dam at tho south end of tho mountain.1?, and came dangerously near being de structive to property in the city. Tho flood reached tho city about 9 o'clock, running tho arroyos full, with several small in tho streets. Larco streams ol water camo down Fischer, Baca and McCutch en avenues, all helping to flood tho lower lands towards tho rail road track. Several breaks in tho Acequia Madre, which was nno qual to tho tank of carrying off tho waters, caused tho land in tho vi TftUlo Kotos. An insufficient water supply, or a supply of bad water, is a frequent causo of dipcnr.o among entilo In warm weather. Seo that they havo plenty, and that it is pure. Archuleta county, Colo., cattle- A Iff it Fdli-r riant. Ttf lFvUh) f'lM The drought continues po long, and ia so universally folfc, that any extension of our fodder plants de serves careful consideration. Tho ! discussion in tho French Academio des Sciences on tree leates as fod- men aro complaining, becauso cat- dor, with the analysis and practi- o f rom Isow Mexico, whore dry cal experiments, has boon followed . , I n'nniVti. tina 1no4fnvnil 4llA VnTirrA I 1 . rAim.n nn.vfinrinflin(V itiflm. rivers ol waieri "t-"1111'1 m uvuuivjv. it.f vmiwuo LuurpAnming u....- are being driven in to eat up tho Ibera of that learned body. The grass which rightfully belongs to latest contribution to the subject Colorado residents. It is rcpoited that 100,000 head of cattle aro fattened for market annually, on cottonseed meal and hulls. A gentleman in tho trado estimates that tho product from tho cotton milla would annually cimtyof. John Aggers residence raltcu 1,000,000 head to bo tloouud, including a number of back yards on California street. was was a note by M. Doumer-Adan son, which was read by M. Du chartro before the Academic on the 12th inst. M. Poumor-Adan son has made a prolonged study of a now foddor plant, the Polygo num sacchalieso, of the highlands of Japan. It is remarkable for its rapid and luxuriant growths, even Euronean farmerB are forced to in drv and arid soils. In three . . ni I - . . .. i No mnferinl damage- was dono, pmprovo ineir siock oi an Kinus weeKs it auainB a ueigut ui .iuui however, beyond tho washing of calilo, horses, sheep and ewme two to three metres. It has a i.ia to mako tlio tarm biock pay ineso branching stem, whu numoruu I Uiklia U11U DllVV 1j0a i-- - i ----- t ' mm Tim ivntor inr ftwhilo threnfonod Umos of bad crops, hard times and ribbed leaves, and is or good loea I . . . XT 1.- I. v.' ml !.U -I the residence of R. A. Jones, in American competition, iever uo- ,ng qualities, aub yiuiu ol To get at tho amount, tho vol- the northern portion of tho city, f"re uav0 tbo improved breeds been ja very high; two cuttings may Do umoof legal tenders ia estimated but a number of tho neighbors s popular or eo universally auopt- taken from tüe nrst year, anu mreo as tho differenco between the legal C(imo to tho rescue and averted oil', if wo cannot improve the pnces ou the third year of growth, yield tendera issued from the treasury hl,o .1.inrr(r. and cannot givo up farming and ing a hoayior crop, saya IU.. Uu . o I ... . il l. . -r, and tho ouantity redeemed since Thov cava nwnv simnl v because stock brooding we can improvo tno chartro, per aero tlian any iuropo- :.i.n.n;ifní lnnmnnorv their first issue in 18G2. No al- .!. shin canal oonl.l not carrv off quality and size up to remunerative aiT fodder plant Every square 11 KllU l ,V' M " ' J 1 i' I , M j I J tiTafiraroiI 3Tnnv if tho Ttlnnls lowauco is mauo lor losses oy uro the immense volume of water that F1 mow o buwu b "" (T.ti ti. n rrinns iIíkchro or otherwise during thoso 31 years. wn!, Imrled into its mouth. Some- rri. 4i.t w;aHv1 forty kilogrammes of foddor. which so far no one has been able Tho samo ia true as to silver and thing had to give way, nnd it was Mexico during the past two weeks Doumer-Adanaon has experiment- old certificates, coin, treasury tho Cftst on(l cf the dam, and not, ,mVft llpon moro .ncral than for ed witn uie pianwn x ranee, ua notes, currency certificatea and fta Btated by some, whore tho wag- f1V0 yeftrs. The heretofore over national bank currency. Every 0n road crossed it Tho water had etockod rancea were thinned out one knows that enormous qnanti- banked up in the mouth of the this spring, by shipments to north in from the ties of these dillerent kinds of Cniml until it flowed over tho arti- m c(nro And tho nroenects of - - t.. Ar..ri-i. ..- AnSmna WPfk. lio reports .. "".. ' buiuhuu u. - - - .11 I.. w.rt4 . I rt I.rt. rtt, 1,1 1 f J 1 1 iMia!iWrn.inlrVAn,1 oiutTwf, v-M uiuci u,uu. lll0 vasmng away oi uio gravei " 1' j I uiui uut, . I buried forever from sight nnd The city haa ordered tho dam from circulation. No rennirod under the direction of C. I the exact amount so t Brown. Richard Stacknolo is It can bo inferred snnerintendincr tho work with . .1 'l.l! pays that tlio grass is íooKiug wry fino. The trouble with tho rains has been that they were too much like floods. If tho same amount of water had taken a longer time to fall tho ranero would havo been in much better shape. Lilwral. Another cloudburst occurred in tho Kingston mountains yesterday withdrawn ono Knows withdrawn. fiuda that it grows well, and gives excellent results. The food greatly appreciated by cattle, Such a plant, owing to its not re- í l i 1 1V.1 ... 1 11 Al uuiliut: nowii o " . . . ,,i t value in dry seasons, and M. Lou- ever beiore, since tno uegiuuiug ui - .... .. ii- i..i! - : nl J 4l, ltl, mer AUUU8UU miiiovm mai it wum Li .1 1.1 i l,rt UO WIUÜJV iUUUUUlDU. UUU UU1I u et tho cattleman not bo , . . . m, ., Tliero aro sodio very wicked wo men in thi.i world. An exchangn tells of a woman in California who recently lost her husband, his io being insured for '2,(KK). -lh? heartbroken woman immediately telegraphed hor friends in tho east: 'Jim died this morning; loss fully covered by insurance. ov For Constipation Ayer'o Pills For Dyspepsia Aycr'o Pilla For Biliousness Aycr'o Pills For Sick Headache Aycr'o Pillo For Liver Complaint Aycr'o Pillo For Jaundice Ayer's Pills For Loss of Appetite Aycr'o Pillo For Rheumatism Aycr's Pillo For Colds Aycr'o Pillo For Fcvcrc Aycr'o Pillo r replied by Pr. 3. 0. A yt fc Co., Lowell, Uus. ti Bold by II lruKRi. Every Dose Effective Southwest Cattlemen : . v snlei TV clnim .11 lili nl hnr brHiHlivl W H on MIT piirt Of Ih mmniti, al cIaIiit nil hiM t muí ml He bmiulml both Jaws All lnoreiw of cntrl briwulivl W 8 on loft Mu or utile mni (S3 on boll) Jiiwn, Uuilurslooeiw:ui er ... f l.i"! hp. w n n 1. W rtilrc to oll nili'iiflon to our nrsmH mi shove ilcKTllil. We will wiy (I, nun rewiiril Urn th nrri'it mil ronvn-uon oi nny r or iHr. üonii niilu fully handling any ilock In tlic9 biHiiila , O F on lef lid. on let hip. IMnPi": HIlTM City Milk hHiich. P.O. A rid re II O. Fl.KUHY. Silver city, N.M. ) Í í'iii?iT''''?irifiili Bangs Mountain fonrmllM oortb of Bllror City P. O. Addreti, FRA5K SILVIAS, BllTirClt T H'.M I WJWSTXR'f ? eighties. from these facts: OE tho fraction- largo force of men under him. al currency issnod during tho war it j9 tho intention to put the of the rebellion, $0,010,000, or 20 embankment in euch a condition ..i : i,.. j. T" rri,- i , , , , . , i i cuiuuie uui iu xu ui vim. j.ua i-ui-downhcarted, over tho low pneo of , , ' , . ., t . I tivation of the Polygonum saccha- 1 I 1 Í , . . n n v n n 1. rrm r t 1 TI All, I he will reap tho reward of hia past ' . , & . , r,, i fodder crops, would undoubtedly labors. Slock Grower. , . rnm uavO COIIBIUCIIILUO uuvaumgi'iJ ui" Tho cattle market at Chicago a systematic attempt at deriving a percent, wus never presented for as to Buccessfully resist tho most lftet wcok 8 scribe(1 by the largo amount of cattle food from redemption. Of tho $50,000,000 unusual flood, and to havo the old Drovor'p Journal, Saturday, as fol- tree leaves, for, if tree loaves are . r-i i i I - I ' It mi 1 1 T 111 1 B 1 1 - afternoon, turning tho l ercna into compound intorest notes issued in 8nip canal bo enlarged as to carry a raging river, a. reunion, a 18(V1 and withdrawn immediately, 0ff an tho water. Su lows: weeks iSnnilnv nvpn. freighter, coming through Lox 4183.750 was never presented for ; i,n mu wna brmf. onnllv Uouo worso than the past, Canon, with a lour-imuo team There havo been some bad deprived of their leaves to any in tho cattle market but great extent they, of course, suffer, a lour-imuo team redemption. Of tho 90,000,000 loaded with Kaxigaroo mino ore (-i0mar,d notes issued in 1802 and 3 was caught by the flood and two Rn, immediately withdrawn from mules and tho wagon ami ore circulation, $50,4 15 was never pre swept away. L' baiou says the BCntod for redemption. Still these things are carried on tho books of the U. S. treasury as being in cir dilation while all tho world knows They aro all lost to arroyo leading to tho city. Siena A week and the hotter tho season the more divided between tho canal and tho k wiU.b? remembered, 5 000 cat- the trees require their foliage. In xrara nft. over miíl nn IMOTliiíiV I Tnlni, fl,A TrmvV-Pr. wfiR about Ayer's Hair Vigor ia cleanly, J i i l C 1 J .f- Ti tho worst on record in tono, if not agreeauie, ueneucwi, uu ifc in price. Tho few cattle that sold " m0Bt eleSaut ana e f081 from day to day did not show so economical of toilet preparations. nuirli diftWnc.fi after rock bottom 7 118 UBO taultis cuu pruuuu n .na tMohA bnf. until Wednesday abundant growth of hair, causing ;t. imnoRRiblo to clear the " w become natural in coior, ius- A Colony Brooking Up. A Uiwnorquc Time. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stinson have returned from a week's visit to their Vega Blanca ranch on the Manzano plainB. They report INTERNATIONAL B.t,Hrm. DICTIONARY 4 brff - ,M-,u- "Unabridged." , Tn yar pont In rovlHinc, loo oil- ; itors emplovpil.anil mure than W0,OU0 exeoUed. Everybody honld own this Dictionary. It an swer all qurtloni conocniimr the his tory, S)f Ming, r rjuiu latiun, and meaning of won'm. A Library in Itself, it ai, pive the often desired Information concerning eminent peraona; facta enncerninff the oonntriM, cilios, towim, and natural fea turoa of the nlobo; particulars concerning noted flctitions ijrnon and places: trans lation of iorelpn quotation!, words, and proverbs jete, etc., etc. This Work ia Invaluable in the household, and to the teacher, scholar, jiro- xttfBionai man, ana hu-iíuuwiwjí. Sold by All HnokttUert. Q, it C. Merrlam Co. rvvtwrurrwj Bprlngflfld, mom. WPo not tony cbT photo- 1 Rani; i Lower, Mid dle tills nnd west lids of llurro MU. Additional brands circle left side, cron on left hip, 4 con nested, BAIIT. Old mar or 24 eonnwwi and Moonuectcd, cir cle, to dnlap col up Horse Brand Í "When sold, ventea Right Thigh I J on ihoaiaer. Sr i P. O. Addres, UAKT BROS.. M w , Lords barg, NeMsxico (gametics on !! Toa Klghtnip. J Range : Upper 151m brea. P.0. Addrcii, IjAi.M. HICKS, (leorgeUwn, N. U Cm) Ranea i jas - Vlclnlt j oi Bet and Warm BprlDgl. P O. Address, GEO. WILLIAMS. Hudson. N. M. VTEIi JEER'S KIERNATBNA1 1 FltlJTJ TIlIALi. WlCHVf IÍCU Biiffi'rein from youthful errors, llUirt Hll.n lissof miuiiyviiior, vuricoi-oii', eto. lr. DuMont's Nerve l'Hls will allect a siieedy cure hy iu use, iiiouaanos m c;ir m me vwrv uorutbliiil and of loniz slliniiillff liave been I restored to perieut neaiin. kisuiiioimíub i from ail over tlie world. I'ricc lr piu-kaije kl.OO. six foríS 00. trial package sent securely sealed for 10 cents po.st:iKu . Aui'.resa, iir. ri. iumoni, MS. HaUtead St.. Chicago, 111, U. S. A. water was seven feet hi County Advocate. Another cut of 20 per cent, has t 1 1 11 1 1 . I 1... An nr.t Kan Marcial, and Mnnter Mechanic humanity. So, too, we get from "U1 BU.U 'J euppiy n any pneo. uuebuujr i ... . I stnni a-iM-I sHArm pniñn1i1rí n rv I . ? 1 1 i 1 t .1 MnilA vlinr I m. -r ... r 1 Tavlor is instructed to follow up European papers the statement I o iAiiifoA4já "f- me cuaugo cniue, uu -.uw.o lne va6u,ngton rost remarKS I ...... ..ll,.n;Mnst-. V:r-t-i nfA rn b.i I f ia 1 11. . ,1 -v 1 111 tho decreaso in biHncbs on tho that among the gold lately bought iai" VQluu lu" nau uocu uu uuuuu cea. uu iu tliat lt i;uBBla naa reaily aecmea road when it takes Place, bv drop, by tho syndicate of bankers who farmers in their wheat crop, which were saleable at about 50 75o de. to 8tQton a fleet on the Atlantic " i . i I á, i i r r i z i .. . ping off every po&siblo item of ex- purchased for Austria, there is u""'""""""- cune irom xuo wee pruviou. coast) y.lth headquarters in JNow penso which will malee a saving to American gold coin to the value Tue thriving httlo American Thursday thero was little or no York narbor Americans generally 4i, ,r,,.v T)u ;.;m, Kim of Í11.850.000. And this amount settlement of Eastview, or Cieñe- chango except au advance in prices wiU not be displeased, for there Tv'or r.i,wvl l.n. r,n.(,;v,,l il, i said bv tho U.S. treasury to be glta wm suortiy oreaic up anu me on üry ted came, x rway tne rair ex;st8 between the greatest of an eamo instructions from the head in circulation among tho people colonists will Bcatter over the to good cattle all Bold 20-10e tocracies and the greatest of ro of his department, and retrench- ment, sharp and uncompromising, money changer m Lurope can . " . j n.J Ti,a vA TXCvZ FTO ?TS TT 7T TTT rTT is tho order in every branch of the supply American gold coin to cus- 7" i- " IVJL ZT,- 1 . Zl lUi 1LM tornera on demand. And all of it uumcB' luo lum"ü Ui ouo imng is sure auu umt i tuai 'rTb' , " i; is reported by theü. S. treasurer three years forces them to break the market will be no good if all go to press it is learned that Iros as in circulation iu this country. UP- This ia an especially Bad caso tho cattle ready to come are forced "lent Cleveland has had made, by as all of the colony aro well-to-do, to market. Thero are many that one oi uie most competent, ouicere rpfinoil nml cdncatod nennlo. Their milil muí elimilil b hpld nnt.il of the covernment, a rough can- t siiiiit ELLEN OILLKTT CJ' If . Silver City, N. M. Kan (re, Whlnkej (Jreek. tho service. A dry washer is being construct- JACK MCGEE, NEGRITA CATTLE CO. Coonoy, N. If. Rancre East sida Mogollón in o u n tains, ou Negrita creek. Additional nranit triangle tall lelt side. 4 Liorse brand left hip. ed at tho Albuquerque foundry, after the model of 1'. E. McKin ley s patent, Irom wlncii big re sults are ex)ected. It is claimed that with this machine tho dry placers iu tho different gold fields of New Mexico can be successfully worked, nnd l' E. McKinley, A. W. Jones, J. C. Ikldridgo and I) L. Sammis compriso tho company which will demonstrate the virtue or the inveutiou. it tins washer works as successfully as nnticipat cd, thero will bo a fortune in it for thoso interested. Alhuqnerquo Citizen. Thero havo been many rains all through southern New Mexico and Arizona. In fact it has leen ono of tho finest rainy seasons in years. The rains have all been local ones, and different from those mention ed in Holj Writ, that fell alike on tho just and unjust. The just have not been in it, there having been almost no rain in Lordburg. As no crops are grown in this imme diate vicinity this has mudo no particular differenco. Tho coun try has boon cooled off finely, thero haa been no really hot weather since they began and w ill bo no more this summer. Tho persons who havo left town for a cooler climate might ns well come back. Oura is now perfection. Liberal. "Ia Misa I'enscratch trying to win a name for herhelf?" Mibs íirowler I should say to. Why, she almost proposed to old Mr. Uucata last nkdit. this country. Tho treasury report also shows silver and gold certificates, green backs, national bauk notes and other forms of paper money amounting to about Í 1,000,000,000 as outstanding. No deduction is MAKER AND REPAIRER, Silver City, N. M. DAILY STAGE : LINE 'rom City homes are substantial, their farms they and the market have time to vass of both houses of congress on fenced, and a number of them improve. There is every reason to the silver question, which 6hows havo sunk wells and gotten water, believe that the worst of tho mon- that the extra session will witness Tho majority of the settlors are cy tightness over, and that with a bitter controversy regarding the from nonr Columbus. Ohio, who mmmnn rpuso nnd cood iudi?emont Sherman act. Those in favor of C3JA11 work warraDtod. mail promptly attended to. Orders by From- Silver -VIA- FORT i n iT . miirii'liArA f ,- lrvtsOrtQ I i Vil" ;nt t u ,i came out with, or booh after Dr. Unv chancre oucdit to be for tho the act, substitute or no substituto, iiiuoiiuiiuu lULiu uiv duli;uc,u v i . i bo $3 10,000,000 of greenbacks iu llKin ,loTi, circulation. Thero are only $101,- uas - uks nnd evorv fin"8 tllftt three dry seasons "hand Like a fchip without a rudder is a man or a woman without health and the necewary strength to per form tho ordinary duties of life. Wheu tho ape tito faüa, when do Lility, and a disorvlered condition f btomaeh, liver, kidneys and bowtlri ftiihail you, tu'.o Ayer' Sar-fcuparilla. 000,000 in tho banks, and every one know3 that tho most of them aro iu tho banks. Now in its reg ular monthly gold bug estimate of money pi r capita in circulation all these lost sums aro calculated aa in circulation, as well as the Btuff locked up in tho U. S. treas ury. Again the population of 1800 is taken aa tho basis for calculat mg tho per capita circulation, while tho population haa increased not less than 5,000,000 eiuco then. The Juno treasury report shows that thero is $1,203,000,000 in cir lalion, counting all unknown, lost and destroyed money, and tho wild guess of gold coin. It is an exaggerated estimate to Bay that thero aro If 1,000,000,000 in the United States outsido of the treas ury, which is equal to $1-1.70 to each inhabitant, estimating tho population at C8.000.000. Tho regular monthly treasury lio plac ed the jkt capita circulation at 22.83. This was repeated by such journals as the Engineering and Mining Journal, and all tho brood of similar senseless self-opinionated financial authorities. Id it any wonder the great mana of man kind is ignorant of the truth alxnit financial affairs? Tho selfirdi and dishonest lead the ignorant and fools, and they lead the blind, and tho result ia seen in general com mercial rnin extending from Maine to California. running" are too tho stoutest heart much for ovon Tho report of tho Bureau Animal Industry for 1302, among other things, is largoly devoted to the discussion of plouro pneumo- A new process for heating, melt- nia, an extract of which contains ing and rfiuing metals is in use the followiug: It appears that at Brussels, Belgium. A glass or moro than two and a half millions porcelain vaso, provided with a of cattle from the infected district lining of lead connected with the have boon inspected and kept Bop- positive polo, ia filled to three- arated from other cattle, in the fourths its capacity with acidified channels of commerce, and more water. A pair of iron tongs with than forty thousand cars have been insulated handles is attached by a disinfected under the supervisión flexible conductor to tho necrntivo of tho department inspectors. This pole of a dynamo. The electrical great amount of work has been current having been switched on, accomplished without fricton or a bar of wrought iron or other hardship to those who have owned metal is taken up with tlio tonga tho stock. It is a lino of work which and plunged into tho vaso. Im- haa been extremely popular, aa mediately tho water begins to boil everyone who has been engaged in at the point of coutact, tho im- the shipment or salo of cattlo has mersed portion of the iron quickly been able to Bee the benefits which rises to a red, then to a whito heat, the regulations have secured. Just and emita a Btreani of brilliant how much has beeu saved by tho will fight to the end, while the froe silver men will carry the war into the enemy's field. The com ing session will pass into history as one of the most intense that has ever been convened." f. S ha TUS OSWARD JIABOn Consnmption is stopped short y Dr. rieroal Uoldeu Msulual iucovery. Always, if you ha vent waited beyond mason. . UJW. WU I l'.lj W . W-. ' I W HUI. ur. In thus scrofulous con ditions of Um blood which invite Consumption i In severe, Ungur- ina Coughs, and Weak Lunn, wtloh " threaU-n you with it," In Consumption Itnelf, and when other help has failed this mwil dne is a vrovtd remedy. Af a Uood-cleaiuui', itrength-1 like it is knowti to medical science. The Un-overT " fur surpasses nasty Cod Liver OU and all its filth r compounds as a nu- buildor for those rwluoud in weight below a healthy standard. It Is marantctd, aa do other medicine oi the kind. Ia all Uiigerbur Bronchial, Throat, and Lung affectiou, and In every disuaxe that can Da ivaccea uirougn the blood, U it ever falls to benefit or oui , you bava your money naca. O. G- IIINMAN, FDRNITDRE and UNDERTAKING, BILVEK CITY. NEW MEXICO. r A BUYEKS OF ALL CLASSES OF COPPER ORES and MATTES Write for Prices. 1752 CURTIS ST., DENVER, CCLO. BAYARD, CENTRAL AND BANTA RITA TO GEORGETOWN. Btaces arrive dall In Silver City on the rtepiu ture of train, currying; passtiiinors, mail Mini express, and leave Hllyer City dally on arriv al ol tralu, carrying MuuieiiKers.iuall and expióos. OFFICES : At Silver City In the Express Office. At Georgetown In the Post-Oilioe. W. II. slUKFHEY, Manager, Sliver City. . M. THE QME," Corner of Yankee Street and Broadway, former ly occupied by Theo. Bergman, the tailor. All the Finest kinds of I" per your Catarrh, will certainly follow the use I ijX Dr. (Safe's Catarrh Remedy. Its makers will pay (ÓUÜ reward fur suiy lucurable I Sclentlflo American Agenoy wr !!: : TRADS MARKS, DESIGN PATENTS,! COPYRIGHTS, ate LIQUORS and CIGARS Cold Anheuser Deer always ou draught. REV. SAM P. JONES. During 1803 THE SVX will he prevention of tlisonse and fucilitut- iit! movement nnd sale of cattlo it is impossible to accurately esti mate, but there is no doubt that it in ieriect coudition arnounta to several millions ot uol- or surpassing excellence ami wiu Tho heating process ira Tl. inmirminA nn nrruirt puL ria( iure news atul more vure tie Las boon irreally reduced bo- literature than ever before in its cause of the diminution of losses hiitory. from this disoaso, and it ia esti mated that there Las been saving, ia this direction alono, of about $3 on each animal exported. This would amount to n. uily J 2,000,000 - a toff- B 2 ' tar Daily, by mail. - - - f 8 a ytar witli tlio number o i c.iuio exjioriea panr anj Sunday, by mail. - - Í3 a year duriug the rt'beut year. ' Xddresu 1UE hl', New York. whito light. In a few minutes tho heat becomes so intenso that the irons inelta and falls olf in bubbles and sparks, leaving a clear, glow ing surface for welding, is so rapid that neither tho water nor the end of tho bar held within tho tongs is moro than slightly warnicu, ana, ino current being switched off, tho bur, with its sub merged end glowing, may bo read ily held in the naked htmh London and other Eurocan citieB, as well as India and China, aro in n ed of nil ver. The Sunday Sun is the greatest Sunday Newsjiujicr in the world. BW InformAtlrm and free IT nrnlboiil write to ttUNN iXM fr'l bHiiAI.WAr. NSW YotilC. OUlt burttifcU for sucurli'14 pntunts In America. Hverr pfclunl taken nut bv un U liruiiKlit tMifnre tue public by a uuuo sivuu liou ui caaiKe ia Uie Scientific Stutvirnts lanrest eircnlutlnn of any snlimtlfls parior In Mis mía. hi'iuiiiiiilir iliiinkiuUHl. No iiiuiihiiiit -man sIkiuiU U Willi. ml iu Weekly t.uo a I .tin l'.!lmx niipiium. 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