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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1803.
átcl!::!, v. Sania re TI. TI. TI21X3 TJi.T2X2Z, ta rrct clt I, lwrt. .No. ol. Arrives. 4 O n. m. 1 HK " I :lfl " '1 1 : B. 1t. 10:1 " H so ' í:" " l.esr. . (I -4 . m. 15 w p m. 10:1X1 " bm-iifArtoir. Silver City t Ixmhin Nutt .Klncon .... ... ', No. i. In-pHi ts. Mi 11:1 " taso p. m. 1-45 " t ID " '4 Arrlvet, d ?A p ni . T no s. m. SM " JOHN II. Mcdok, Agi-nt. , Attend th irrigation convention Bt 'Deming, November 7th and 8th. Tba cavalry of Fort Bayard left for un "outing In Arizona last Saturday. Tha Enlorpnn appeared in reduced form last wrrók. Tha uno of a fin piano baa been do nated to the Silver City pubiio schools. Eighteen Silver City people visited at 'Joba A. Miller's ranch last Sunday, Dr. W. N. Claypool ia the name of the 'Dew phyalciap who will administer to the waota of tba infirm at Mogollón. The Young Women's Guild, of the "Church of the Uood Shepherd, will give nn oyster supper next. Friday evening, "Nov. 3rd, at Morrill Ilall. All are cor- "ditdly iuviled. Williata Walker baa received bia fall Block of goods and will make you a euit of clothe cheaper and better than you can get tbem from eastern tailor. 41tf The club danoe last Friday night was all anyone could wish for. The music was unusually good and the crowd just large enough to fill the floor com fortably. Lordsburg ia making elaborate prepa rations for the arrival and entertainment of the foetive "tonrisU" who are due in that burg at an early' date. A grand pyrotechnic display, in the form of Flo berta, Winchesters, and six-shooters, is 'being arranged. A letter froaa our Mogollón corre spondent satisfactorily explains the 'cause of his silence and promisee a uewuy letter for next week. "Eli" is a "bright writer and the Surrnra. readers have greatly miaaed bia oewa budget from one of the moat "flourishing mining ;ampa in the Tf Wtory. Mr. John Norman, who haa charge of William Walker's tailoring establishment during that gentleman's absence, is one of the beat tailors in the southwest. 41tf Mesera. Geo. Bell, L. C Morrow, Dan Casey and Cleveland returned from - their hunting trip to Cow Springe last Friday. The baft are not very enthu siastic and are rather diffident about answering questions. It was admitted, however, by one of the party, that they killed three antelope and one duck. At the preliminary hearing before a justice of the peace at Silver Creek, last week, Thomaa J. Woods, murderer of William? Grudgings, was found guilty of murder in the first degree and committed to the Socorro county jail without bail. Judge John M.Ginn conducted the pros ' Bocution. The latest fall and winter fashion plates in clothing have been received by William Walk er, the tailor. i ltf Darning is making very elaborate prep arations for the .hfótainment of their guests during the irrigation convention on November 7th and 8th. Bosidos the features of the convention there will be a circus, buloon asoension and parachute jump, the cabtata of Queen Esther, the K. of P. grand lodge and ball, bicycle con tents, etc. There will also be a display fef agricultural and horticultural pro duct. In fact Deming will put ber beet foot forward and apara no pains in pleas ing her friendo. The Las Vegas Optio haa for acme time ben advertising a lot of cheap Looks which it offered to furnish at the remarkably email price of Sj-f cents per volume. The conditions of this proposi tion wcie that tba applicant should fill out turtle coupons, giving name of book daoiied, poskiCc address, etc., together with five two cent stamp, npofl receipt of which the books would be sent free of expense. - A number of Silver City people complied with the tsiuis and aent the required amount of atampa over a month ago but have beard nothing fur ther from their transaction. The Optio is placad in rather an unenviable posi tion aad ought to explain. Shafer, the confidence man mentioned in theae columa last week, together with bis pal are probably in jail, tor the Mex ioau authorities ordered their arrest sev eral days ago. A man in Tucson was wiodled out of Í21.00 by Shafer on a let ter like the one we described last week, and an El Pa man was trying to send Shafer the same amount when he learned of the swindle. No lees thán 11,000 waa sent to Shafer through the express office at El Puso. Our friend who finds fault with ns for eipoeing the fraud would probably have Uen duped had he recived one of Shafor's letter bofore we got held of one. A t!Jiatly Find.. A pionpector who arrived here a dsy or two ago reporta the finding of two dead men iu a wull Dear Fort Dowio. Arizona, and a short distance from the went boundary of thia County. The projector bud been at work in thut neighborhood Borne time ami nwj water fumi the well. The WUUir lately became SO bud he Could Hot Uae, It. told twO Cowboys' of thin and Ihey woi.t down ia the well hnl found t'vo J i .-.-i in a iu ha advanced '.Cf l, if chu't.y. A inVvet "t will no i rrroonal, YA Diokenrion returned from the World's fuir last nook. . Mrs. Campbell, of the White floum, left for the World's fair lait Tuesday. Miko Powres on mo into town last Thursday. Hiss Maud Knucky has returned to herbóme in Georgetown. Thos. Lyons was in from the White House Inst week, C. F. W. Hchmidle left Inst week for a visit to Chicago and New York. Division Supt. Frank T. Easly, was in town a few days last week. Judge McCnslin and ' wire w;ere in Silver City a few days last week. Louie Abraham returned from his Sua Fraucitiuo trip lbt week. Mm. John Onkes, who has been Very ill for soma time, is convalescing. Judge ilanlz came 'n on Friday even ing's train. Allan II. Macdonnld', of this paper, went out to Mogollón last Friday. Tom Doone ha resigned his position with a P. Crawford. A. B. Laird wont to Demicg laat Sat urday. J. A. Kemmis, who has boon spending about two months in the east, returned last week, much improved in health. C. IL Wolfe, a Denver Times re preee ro tative, was in the oity last week looking after the interests of his popular daily. Max Shutz report everything in . a flourishing condition at Mogollón, fie has a branch store at tnat place. Mrs. Julia Black, proprietress of the Broadway Hotel, has gone east. She will be absent several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. King came up from Deming last week on a visit to Dr. and Mrs. White. Col. Paschal R. Smith and wife, who were in town last week, "loft on Friday morning for Demicg. Dan. P. Casey, who has been connect ed with the Brockman mines at Lorie Mountain, is in town. Lieut Col. Van Valzah, of Fort Bay-: ard, will be quartered at nuachuaca, Arizona, in the future. Lieuts. Price and Nelson, from the Poet, were at the club dance Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Will Gillett have gone to housekeeping in one of the Schutz cottages. Rev. W. K. Lloyd conducted services in the Episcopal church last Sun day morning and evening. County ComsMssionor Thomas L Fos ter, returned Sunday from a five weeks visit to Lake Weir, Florida. Mr. J. R. Steayveeant, of New York, one of the principal owners of the Graphio mice at Cook's Peak, was in town last weok. The genial countenance of Henry Ea9engor,the Las Vegas wholesale liquor dealer, was seen upon oar streets last week. IL J. Hutchinson, who haa been in the Mogollón district for a few weeks doing assessment work on some mining prop erty, returned last Wendeeday. Prof, and Mrs. Decker were over from Central last Saturday. The Professor reporte the schools in that town as being in good condition. Mr. Wyatt and bride, of Chicago, were in town last Monday and Tuesday. Mr. Wyatt is epicial agent for the Queen of America insurance company. Mrs. A. B. Laird, who when to Deming a few weeks ago, hoping to improve her health, the Srntixel regrets to say is not improving as rapidly as ber friends might desire. Frank Wbiteh 1!, an old time Silver City boy, arrived last Thursday from Chicago. He will remain for some time visiting relatives end former acquaint ances. Dr. Geo. T. Kimball and Arthur Hand returned last Friday from an eighteen days' bunting expedition ou the Gila and surrounding country. They report a fine time and plenty of game. E. M. You.ig received a telegram yes terday morning announcing the serious condition of bia wife who went to Dem ing some wocks ago for medical treat ment: Mr. Young left immediately for Deming. J. II. Morrow, of Los Angeles, Cal. )ecial agent for the Seotlinti Uuion A National insurance company, was in town eeverul days last week looking over the rixks of this company in Silver City and vicinity. Mrs. K. C Logan, of Mogollón, who went to the World's fair some time ago with ber husband, is reported danger ously ill in Chicago with typhoid fever. Mr. L. C Parker left for San Franoisco last week where be will meet his family who were due to arrive in that oity from Auckland, New Zealand, on Friday of lust week. They will come immediately to Silver City and occupy their residence north of town. Felix Leaviok and J. F. Graham, of Denver, arrived in Silver City luxt week and loft for the Mogollona on Friday. Mr. Graham may became interested in Mr. Leavick's mining schemes and bus gone out to look the property over with a view to investing. Miss Kate Thompson, who waa the democratic candidate fur County superin tendent of this County, laat fall, bus re turned to Silver City from her home in San Antonio, Texas. Miss Thompson has just completed a seven months course iu a tUHnu college. Htie expects to make Silver City her future home. Prof. W. Geoige Waring started yes terday for Lampazo, Sonora, where he will l't,'in operations tin the Mina Grande. IjumpitziM is rneof the historic ilver mining caiiipHof the iierru .Mar ilruH, but for nearly a eentury li.tt, l-n in piiweHion of iIih Apa'.'li J ) .I i .tu n. f 'r. W in ing goert o tu periiilenu llie con- i'""lof a lur'o null, and ipeuls to í . (S. O'rt Bit C'orM. ,.T A COLD BLOODED MURDLR. Socorro County Score Another it ii rr -Albert Irvlii Killed By a Desperado Named Frank Burrrtt. Judge Joi n M. Ginn, who returned from Silver Creek, Kicorro county, lnwt Saturday, brought in the details of one of the most unprovoked and heart less murder that has occurred in the annals of thia Territory for year. The tragedy was enacted alxvut mid night on last Thursday in which Albert Irvin, sn employe in Bu lie's butcher shop, was killed by a deeperato character by the name of Frank Barret. The incid ent a related to the Skntinkl, reporter are substantially as follow-s: A man by the name of Bigg and his wife, who until recently lived in Silver City, wont to the Silver Crock camp a few weeks ago and were given lodgings in- tho cabin of II. W. Smith, commonly known S "Hank Winnie." Biggs and wife became acquainted, the day preced ing the murder, with a stranger whom they invited to Smith's cabin to spend the night. Smith came home at a late hour in an intoxicated condition and finding a stranger installed in his cabin began a tirfcde of abuse upon the trio which finally terminated in their quit ing his domicile. As they were passing up the street they were accreted by Frank Barrett, a hard character, who had been tho terror of the camp for some time and who demanded to know where they were going, at the same time pre senting hi Winchester at the breast of Mrs. Biggs and threaling her life. She plead with him and he finally desisted, allowing them to pais on, leaving him in the rear. Going further 'up the street they came to 11 u lie's butcher shop, whore they related to Albert Irwin their con dition, also their encounter with Barrett. Irvin told thein that they might go to his cabin for the night. He went into the shop for the purpose of getting some thing for lunch and when he came back they all started up the hill, the woman ahead and Biggs, Irvin and the stranger following. Barrett again ap peared on the scene and threatened to kill Irvin and the woman if he gave them shelter. A man by the name of J. R. Hall, attracted by the loud conversation, came up, and seeing the design of Bar rett, called to the woman to run for her life. Bittgs, who stood directly behind Irvin, called out to Barertt not to shoot or he would kill both Irvin and himself. Bar rett leveled bis Winchester at Irvin but before he could discharge the weapon Hall snatched it and a scufhe ensued. Barrett recovered his gun and made a dash for Irvin, shooting his victim, the ball entering abou two inches above the heart, and passing through the bo ly came out at the back, between tho fingers of Bigga, who was supporting him. The dead man fell directly on top of Biggs, when the deaperado advanced and fired two more dot into the body. Barrett having accomplished his purnoso immediately mounted a horse standing near by, and rode down the street. Dep uty Sheriff Sanders, hearing the com mo tion, came out of his cabin just as Bar relt pusseu. He commanded the man to stop or he would shoot, to which Bar rett replied, "éhoot and Jse damned; you have got me, anyway." Sanders dis chargod the contents of a double barrel ed shot gun at the fleeing fugitive but without effect. This called out the citi zens and the firing became furious. Bar rett fled down the canon, making good hi eeenpo. At a time when the shooting was at its height, Judge Ginn and some other gentlemen were sleeping in Eberle's cab in, directly in rang of the fly in? bullets which, ha says, fell like bail, and that while he hai in his time witnessed eo me pretty sharp firing, the event of Thurs day night remindod him very forcibly that he had left his rrayer book at home. Dintnct Attorney Ancheta haa set the six murder cuses for trial the tirst week of court. . . Teachers' Examination. In referring to the teachers' examina' tiona which occurred on the 21st icst., it is but just to state that of those re ceiving first grade certificates. Misses Alice Bailey and Bulle EckIos are pupils of our pubiio schools and the youogeet persona taking the examina tion. In addition to this splendid compliment to the educational qualiiica- ions of those bright young ladies, it reflects much credit upon Silver City's instiiution of learning. Master Eugene Warren, alao a pupil of the pubiio school and but twelve years of age, took the examination in U. tí. History, receiving 95 per cont out of a possible 100. Following ia a list of the sncceseful applicants together with the grade of certificates which each received: F1BST SBADB. lUtti E. Turner, titira Turnar, MCONDOBAD. Aitili CIkj ton. Hura Wilhnm, aiitti Ii. hiBuk. Mrj ., I" lia il. üoodwin. Alie Huilnj, IU11 Millar, Z i raakfir. 1I lAtioir tilt CUytoa, XKIHD QUAD. iluud Kuuckj. The following had certificates grant ed the in upon their holding state nyr mal school diplomas: Lna I. Morrill, l or hlurk. Joaiiiu'tte M. Mubsoo &lary Luum, . M. lUMIKDll. The following letter from the in- perintendent of public instruction to the ci unty superintendent of schools regulates the percentage that certifi cate mam be granted on. Hon. H. II. Theilmmip. tiilver Citj N. M. Dkah mk. lio ahead with your ex aminations and prepare your own questions, io parties getting not lena lliau 90 per cent Jou will grant first class certificates. To thoe getting not Iohs than 00 per cent second crude certificates, and to those petting not leas than 80 per cent you will ismio third gr.il! certifiVatp. A certificate granted In one county is good all over t lie territory and will not expiro until tho legislature makes provision for Its duration. Very truly yours, Amado Chavls, Sup't. When troubled with pain ia the sloui sch, bilious ciihi! or dun rlncii give Cham Iwrluin'i Colic, (Violera Mud Diarrliiea Keiiie.ly a trial and joil w ill lie luoie than pleiilicd with I lie rehillt. It ÍS plellhiint, mife hint rehal le. '1 and fill cent bottles fora it If Ví t!. lt.rterruht fartr-r II. Harrison Aasulntoil. Cnitnr IT. Harrison, v.hb v.s s'fvir,T his fifth term us mayor of Chicago, and who was perhaps ono of the be-H known and most popuUr men in the w.st, was murdered at lis homo, 31 south Ash hind Boulevard, at nlxiut 8 o'clock laat Saturday evening. Uwing to lack of space, tho iSr.xriMr.i. is ucablo to give dotaild. Tli facte, briefly, a r a fol lows: Tho Bfwaiwin'e nnmo is Eugene Tatrick Prendergaatj by occupation a paor carrier. He called at the mayor's residence and told the servant who answered the bell, that he' wished to eee the mayor. Being uahored into the hall he advanced about ten foet, when Mr. Harrison BprWaril at the lower end of the hall. Without warning, Tender gaat began firing; three bullets entered the body of the mayor, resulting in Ms rioath in twenty minutes after the flrat shot was fired. Prendergtwl is a crank, and gives as a reason for hi terrible crime that Mayor Harrison had promised to make him corporation counsel of his administration. Pendergtmt is doscribod as a slender man, perhaps 24 year of age, with a beardless, cadaverous face and a stupid, almost idiotic expression. His attire was thtt of a lr.boring man and not over cleanly. Patience. This beautiful comic orerk wlrich cur Silver City aran tours have been rohoars ing for several weeks, will be produced at Morrill hull on Friday evening, Nov. 17, under the direction of Mr. Verne li. Br ado and Dr. Wpodville. Very few people can appreciate the amount of hard work inoident to the successful productive of an amateur opera unless they thomselvee have had some experience in that line, and many of the awkward situations, due to lack of judgment in making up the cost, may be overcome if the proper persons are in au thority. It requires people of peculiar adaptability to acquit thomsolves be comingly in comic opera. While the singing is, of course, txportant, the dramatic part is especially so, and with his usual good judgment, Mr. Brado La selected a cast which could not be improved upon. The costumes will be as elaborate as it is possible io obtain. And when this opera is properly dressed, coached and presented with appropriate sceulo effects, as it will be, under the direction of fir, Woodville, "it is a gem. Nightly rehearsals will be held from now until the opera is rendered. The orchestration ia fino and the music will be superb. Following is the enBt: UcginaM Buntliornf Mr. A. Flunk Nlehol A fleshy ptiet. Archibald Grosveuer Mr. (Jeo. II. Hauser An Wvlllo niict. Colonel Calverly.. Mr. Herbert A. Mr.rlvr Major Miirsatroyd Mr. .lolin M. Wullae Lieut. Dukeot liiiiiKlatile Mr. David Lewis Oflteers of Dr;lZ'Hitn Hitntborne'a Soliellur Mr. KixtneyG. Clarke ( iionis or irttixiii Mesar. u:iKev wney, Willie, KMou. Marnolt, (illlctlu, oéerldiUi LaUme. UlUb. Lady Anecia Mm. A. V Nlrhol Lady HiIh Mrs. It, L. Kleele 1ttdy Hiiilitr Mrs. J.J. Klieildnii Lady Juno Mls K. Alexander Kauturnas Maldeni. ratlence Mrs.. A. G. Ilood A nulKiiiald Chorus of Msldena Mrs. Karnes. Marriott, Ni-wuuinb, Miasm Mi liilnih, WtiM!, Derbyshire, r.ayiiioiiu. A Brilliant Affair. On last Thursdny evening abírt20of the elite of Silver City's society people responded to the invitations issued by Mrs. Honry Eoflinbcrg for an evening at that lady's elegant home on Bullard street. Tho event was in honor of Mr. Rosen berg's birthday and was one of the most enjoyable t-flairs of the seapon. The evening was devoted to vocal and instru mental music, dancing and cards. At halt past eleven the guests were invited to the spacious dining room to partake of ref-cshments which were aumptuou and elegant. One hour and a halt was spent at the festal board in epicurean enjoyments, intersperaed with witticisms and toasts, after which music Bnd danc ing were again resumed. The parties given by this oharming couple aro always enjoyable and the event of last Thursday evening was espe cially HOx District court will convone in and for Grant County on Monday, November 13. The docket is unusually large and no doubt much of the business w ill have to be continued owing to luck of funds. If the general pubiio, and especially thoee who are prone to fault finding. were more familiar with the duties de volving upon one who is charged with the responsibility of issuing a bright, newsy paper in t rie like these, they would be more considerate and chary with their criticisms. Juat imagine fellow writing up sixteen columns of news items wben there is not ciiongh excitement in the town to disturb a funeral.. You would aluc be surprised in passing among your friends and ac quaintances, whom you had always looked upon as especially interesting, to note their replies to your interrogatory: Do you know anything?" The Sr.tTi- rel. does not widi to be characterized as hersh and exacting but it would be very gratifying to its host of readers it some one who is not afraid o the conse quences would go out quietly and prove himself a pubiio benefactor by commit ting éuicide or running away from his sins. lo publish, a spicy news paper when there is no news is like peddling peanuts ia a grave yard. Justice Giveu's court was occupied last Tuesday with the case of Colby Vb. White, for trespass and damages, in which the defendant was charged with trespaswing upon the premises of and appropriating to hi own lise A horne and buggy belonging to plaintiff. The Case grew out of the accident which oc curred to Dr. Bnd Mr. White some time last April whiU driving Mrs. Colby's horse and buggy. The conditions sur rounding the case rendered it very in tricate mid ii summing up the evidence the Justice anHeHKod damages to the uniount of (V, 00 and cohIs Hgainnt the defendant.' Notice of fiiii eid to the din net court was liiiined.u'ely filed Hud that tribunal will administer justice iu tho can.M at tM N.wcr.I vr Uri: CotnniHulrateil. Ewmn Solthwt.vt Serra r, Sir: I pee by your iasuo oí 17th hint, your taternniit in rcgaid to the killing of Grndgii's'is. Mr. Ivlifor! it seems to make quito a i,lrerence to you w ho is murder ed in thin Oninty. Looking back one yonr ngo w hen Wood's boy and the Mex ican were murdered in the moet coward ly and cold blooded manner, sneaked upon in the dead hours of midnight while in t heir bods asleep and shot in tho bends Wood's boy was firt beaten over the head with a six shooter or some other weapon and then shot. Now is was posi tively known that Indians did not com mit tho crime and that the stockmen in the County were roptionHiido for tho mur der and that it was done for the purpose of getting Tom Woods out of that coun try, lou just barely mention it in your paper, as though it was a matter of small consequence. w ill never have a bet ter state of a (fairs so long as editors show a partinlity to horse thieves and murder pr. I mode a statement fo voO the of her day In regard to having some borne thieves srjHited, and you wero too timid to publish it. This is the second time that you have shown a weakness, anr) favored me same high-toned thieves. iow Mr, Editor I was no more of a man than you aro, and in the position that I am in.vou would undoubtedly feel the eríect of it NewspB)or aro for tho purpose of keep ing eople posted upon public events, but they don't do it by a damn sight. V You rs, i-o , Stanton Brannij. Our outflKken correspondent i quite right V. hen he 6aa tf.at newspaper are for the purpoee of keeping people posted upon public eventB. That is exactly what they are for, they are Dot mediums for making unsupported charges against men cor are they courts in which to try, and comdemu or clear mens characters Mr. Brannin has, as ho Bays, twice made statements to us iu which he chargod cerlnin men with horse stealing, illegal cattle branding and more than hinted at murder. Now the proper place for Mr. Brannin to carry bis complaints is either to the nearest jurlif-e of the peace or to the grand jury, which meets next month If it warrant is issued for th arrest of tho men against whom he makes these grave charge, or if the grund jury finds a true bill against them, he will find that the newspaper will have lots to say about the matter. But until he takes these steps he surely Bees that it would not be just for -a Tewapaper to publicly make charges which he, who ought to do it, does not bring before the proper authorities. Mr. Brannin has told us his thoughts and suspicions in this matter. Without com mooting on the justice or injustice of his suspicions we will says that a fair news paper is a chronicler of deeds not a dis seminator of susplci?r. If Mr. Brannin will net he will give us the opportunity to post tho pubiio on what be does, why he does it, and to make such comment ou the whole case a we believe is justi fied in the matter. Ed. Irrigation Program. By a perusal ot the following program all who are contemplating attending the irrigation convention a'. Arming on the 7th and 8th of November,- will under stand how royally our neighbors will on- tertain her guests. MON DAT, NOV. C. Sells A Twnfrow's Circus. Farce Comedy, "Who is Who" and Teu ms drill, Opera bouse, 8 p. m. TCF.HDAY, noV. 7. Meeting of grand lodge Knights of Pyth ias IV a. m. Meeting ot irrigation convont'en Opera house 2:30 p. ru. Balloon ascension, parachute jumo and high wire performance by Prof. Lelioy 4:jo p. m. Bicycle races 5 p. m. Opera of "Queen Esther" Opera house o p. m. WEDNESDAY. JOV. 8. Adjourned meeting irrigation convention Adjourned meeting grand loc'ge Knights of Pythuis. Competitive drill First New Mexico Keg iment Knights of Pythias, parade grounds east or Upern house 4 p. m Tennis tournament, grounds Deming liicyclo and tennis Club 4:.KI p. m. Grand Ball Knights ot Pythias at Depot Hotel H:JO p. m. Weather Bulletin for Jievr Mexico. For September, 1893. Tho average temperature for tho month was about normal. The highest niouthly mean was .70. 5 at Albert, and the lowest monthly menu was Tm) 8 at Archuleta, a station ruceutlv established iu the Vailea mountains, about 45 miles west of Sjula re. Ihe highest temperature reported during the month was tM at Embudo, ou tbe lOlb, and the lowest temperature was 'Ü at Hall's peak on the 11th and at Mouero on the 10th. The highest average daily maximum temperature was rJ0.7 at Kmbudo, aud the lowest average daily maximum was GU U at Archuleta. The highest average daily minimum temperature was 671 at Albert, and the lowest av erage daily minimum was 80.1 at Mo cero. The greatest local range of temperature was U3 at Kmbudo, and the least local range was 07 at Santa le The precipitation for the month was considerably above the uoruml, and wull distributed, lho greatest total monthly precipitation was 4 4'J inches at Gallinas springs, and the least total for the mouth was 0 Ü5 of an inch at Coo I id go. I lie weather was generally clear and pleasant from the 6iu to the 2Uth, and from that date to the 27lh light show ers were frequent. A stuaoy and heavy rainstorm prevailed on the 27th and Mlh, and was followed by clear, cool weather, with light frosts general in thu northern part. The avcrago number of cloudy days was 5, partly cloudy 7, and clear 18. Average nura- beroi unyi with .til oi an men or more of rainfall was 7. Light variable Winds prevailed during the month. It. I. 1IF.KSKY, OliMcrvnr Weather lSiireau. Santa I'e, N. M , Oct. 11, 1BUÜ. The state Ore Sampling Company has just boon organized by Messrs. Dailey i Monmng, who lor years have been well known to mining men in the ore market. 1 hey have olllces in the Albany hotel, Deuver and will sell oro on the public market or at private sale, and will get, Bs they deserve, a full share of the buai- Mining Induntry and Tradesmen. Go Bud see William Walker's new trillion plates, lie will ntako you fl suit f clothe choBier than you il.n cet tlieiu fioin eauteiu lailoia. 41lf nintn; and Killing. Silver 7iv Tho Texas mine nt Centralis impl-y. init a n'vid force of imncM and ta!i: u; out n lurg amount of ore runumg high in Imth gold ni d silver. Boll A Stephens' mill, at Pino Altos, is now treating the product of tho Ohio mine. The Ohio employs a force of twelve men and is turning out u vapt B'covnt of oro. The Little Fannie mino, at Coocy, i coming grandly to the front. Tho pro perty in being operotod to its fullest capa city and a heavy winter's run is being prepared for. Two bars were shipa'd last week from this mino weig'.iin.'í 31.1 pounds. J. Do-iglus Smith and Arthur II. Nich- ol are developing an opnl mino not far rrotn Burro Ciénega. A moderately good quality of opal has been found o far, but bof is expected aa the work progresses. D. F. Carr and John S. Dodd have sc oured a lease on a portion of the Arizona -No, 2 mine, belonging to John McDon r.ld, nt Pinos Alton. This mino has been succeeafully worked for twenty years uud from two nn3 one half to tour ounces in'fccld can be depended upon in every ton of ore extracted. The vein is small and the rock hard lut Mobbm. Carr and Dodd are experienced minors and have no fears of failure while suc cess depend upon tho amount of ore taken out. Malcomb McGregor, manager ot the lvanhoe, was in town la3t Friday. In clearing "out the 6 fcot level an elht foot vein in width, tho foot wall of which has not been reached, running high in copper, lead and silver, wos encountered. The lower short is full ot water which is being drawn out as fast as possible. The smelter, Mr. McGregor says, will "blow in" about th 3 latter pan of this week. J. B. Gilchrist, manager of the Cook's Peak Mining Company, who "who in the oity laat week, says that his company is ready to reopen the Grnphiiio mine pro vided they can procure men to do the work. He says that with lead at the present market value they csnnot afford to pay over $2.50 per day, and they are willing to pay a force of soveuty-five men thia amount. It ib tho purpose of the company to drift down about one hun dred feet below the main level and devel op another heavy voin aud push the work vigorou 3t'. Mogollón Lookout. Ij. A. Skolly, New Mexico's favorite photographer, will be with you for a very short time with his new branoh gallery. Don't fail to see him. it In additioT: to the groat number of people from Silver City who will attend the irrigation convention at Deming hb delogates, there will bo (cores of others who will devote their attention tó the K. of P. b'ill and other social events. It is not unusual for colds contracted in the fall months to hang cn all win ter or ns soon as a person is ovor one cold to contract another. The succession ot colds is what causes chronic cntorrh and bronchitis. One or tho other of these diseases is almost certain to be the result. For this reason it is of much im portance that colds contracted at this season of the year receive prompt atten tion. They can bo quickly cured if Cham berlain's Cough BtMnedy is used. It acts on natures plan, loosens the cold, aid" expectoration, and relieves the lungs, soon effecting a permanent cure. 2.) and 50 cent bottle for sale by W. C. Porter field Druggist. Cheap. A quantify of extra good Colo rado coal for ealo in car load lotB. Address Allan II. Macponald. If Silver Citv. N. M. ' Always (it t the Best. Persons who Buffer from Rheumatism want immediate relief. It is not enough that tho pniu should be ensed, and the appetite be increased. Anything short ot a cure is only prolonging torturo. The poisonous acids in tto blood, which is the direct cause of Kheumatism, are immedi ately nod cifTectunlly expelled by Dr. Drummond e Lightning Uemedy. Noth ing known to medical science will af ford such speedy relief. If the rirtiggiBt cannot furnish it the remedy will be sent prepaid to any audross on receipt of price, five dollars. Drummond Medicino Co., 43 50 Maiden Lace, Now York. Agents wanted. From tf"- TJ ; '", r. ; t (t Uia North t j tho Jjvorplnde nfta South, drtigtfifl's a-n Im'-'ieged by the f-0 pie with every phmle of Klieumntia n in quiring about Dr. I runin.nds Konio-ty. "Will it cure me?" And the drug'f points to tho fact that the Dnimuim Medicine Co:, 4H fiO Maiden T,ntie, No York, olfer a reward of for a cii"C their remedy will not Curo. That kind of answer is satisfying and tho sulTerer planks dow n live dollar nnd roc hofic and is cured. Not only relieved' hot Cured. Agents wanted. The Str-ita Fe pyeU-m Will f r tickets nt tho followir; estrnnrdir rmrily low rates fill Oct.. ÜOUi fe CMiionjjo and return S'.'l.lG, to 8t. Louiu í-J'I.üj, good till !Nov. 13. .., 43-2. f.ook 1'lrasnnt. A genial, jovial, whole soulrd mntr with a big heart snd n gmi.l word for everybody is the kind of a mini you meet in Fred Shelton. 1 red not nuly posses ses these attributes in a very pronounc ed degree but ho IiIho iintsesaei the finest brands of Ihitiora muí cigars lo bo found in Silver City. Bate to the WorliTs l air. . There have been tcrther reductions it", re tes over tho A., T. Jc H. F. to thw World's Fair. Call at tho depot for fur tlier information. J. II. Merer, Agor.t. Iron Ores. Furnished in any quantity, v.rito for prices to W. If. Nov. comb. Agent. P. O. Box 0. Silver City, N. M. A Chance or Itnllrond Employe. O CO MOTIVE; . ! engineers and other raih'ottt. employes can bo educated in i Arithmetic, the theorv ot ino- - j v -i ,A chanicB and mechanical drawing, .and qunlitied to hold higher and beil.T pay. ing positions if they will enter the l!or: responiienco School ot Mechanics, Scranton, Ta. The system of iimt ruc tion i by corrcf iMindcnce, nnd st udente study at homo and loo no timo from work. Thoso who will devote n few hours each week to study nre guaranteed an education in mechanics and mechani cal drawing. To enter, students only need to know how to rend nnd write. Tuition charges within the reach ot nil. Diplomas given to those who pass tho final examination. Send for free circu lar giving full particulars. Notice of Publication. Ia t tin Third .ln1i.-t.-il lllMil, t Court of II r ) Ten limy if New .lri. -. sluing n it 1 Hi V and Inr the County nf Ciiunt. ) OolJacbmiflt ltros. ) vi. Assiim- !t hv Attachment, Wm. II. Kiino. J N.i. asMi. rpiic saht derenitiuit. WUllnni lf.K ine, Is ture- L by initHli-d Unit a suit In a-"iiiniHt hv at tnchnteiit lias been comme nf-.t ainiiett him hv tlifl sid.l plal'itilT. Oohl .eliini lt Itnis., hi tliw Thlnl Judicial l);irlet ('unit I'this ülilii unit fr llie County nt (raid, ai d thai uales lie en tera ills Miii'ear.niee In s iiil suit, in tin- r fin-e e( the clerk aud register ill chancery of snid court. a or la-fore thi first ilav nt the next term of sunt court, silting wlilun met rr the ( omity ol (íriint, on the sei-ond Monday of November. A . 1. 1WU, the same lieing thé thirteenth lnv of Noyeniver. A 1). IMi.i. finli;eiiieiit by delault will be rendered Hiraliist film. The snhl dercnihuit, Willunn It. Kane, Is fur ther noi I tied that In iMiiMiaiu-p els writ of at tachment Issued out of Ihe si-ld Third .liuli.-lal District Court, silt I'm Hllhla anil for Hie Comity nf (iraut, the sherhl of Ihe salil Coiinlv of (on n't Old ou tie. twelfi It il :iv of Miy A. I. i.i;i. nar nlshee llarrv V. I in us ami lew niw.it llie f.l lowliie deseriheil iro.ertv l.hnulu to tin- n,d defenilaal, William II. Kine. siln.ileit In tun l oiiiily of C.raiil. Hii.l Tcrilloi v aforesidit, ami more i:iillciilnrly deseriheil as follows, to wit : All of lots Nos. l II, It, I, l,UK No. nil, and his one anil one half story brick house sit uated thereon. K ra ser uivcy, town of Mlver City. New Mexico. And that unless be enters tils appearance hern Ill as herein before coiniiMiiilcd lodo, the said iiroiM-iiv no levied iimiii as abuesalil will be Sold U satinly Jilillliciit. AS awt Ado IHiiri t, Clelk. y I', s. r.i i; liei.nty. 8. B. Clt t.KTT, All y for rialnüiT. 4lw4. Noticio do Publication En la Corto dvl Tercer lllstrlclo Jtiillclal I del Tel i ll., i lo de Nil.-, o Mexico, den- r ráelo por l'.m'iarso, t f Win. n. Kan.. I have the nL'oncv for mil (ho Btnndard aud hili graile bicyclcR. 2(Jtf W.'O. Porterfiold. Croat reduction ou all cooiIh sold in the next o0 dnvs at lltf. P. li. Ladv'h. Oo to the Cave Saloon for a class fresh Anheuser liner. 4'.ttf, of live Huiiilri . I Dollar Ilewnrd. i... i-. Tie hi..,, ll..r. ,.i I.-. V- t.AVU h -. J Í redimí l . l.l II.., CI , .11 SI. .1.0. i u. ,1 f.-r f l.l-- of i,e I-.,, When you lenvo your order for a suit of clothes with William Walker, you aro sure ot a jierfcct tit and goods as repre sented. 4ttf Fresh roasted peanuts nt Link's popt ollleo store. . 41 w2 Kteve Uhle, at the Cave saloon, keeps only the best goods in his line. 1 tf. Steve UIiIb'b new saloon th Cava 1 tf. A. SOLKY, IIat3 , Cleaned find Trimmed. All Clothing Cleaned by Dry Ctcan Prccc3S, i ri M- Novelllhre. A. II. IM.i.L el liiisn.., ni,.i.,i.i i ill-. 1-1 d Novcnilne A. I. Un.i, st-iiteiicn kit (alia sra dado en oonlra ile el. hi ilielio demand olo W. ll.Knne.es ni!cin:. Sotfco crBle of Kent Lstute Under Mortgage. "(Ice Is hereby irlven that whci-ens William i-M 1'. Dorsi-v, nuil his wife, I Tot K. IKirsi-v, ol llie town of Silver t ilv,ln Hie ( oiiiit' nf i iraní and Territory of New Mexico, i, y i,-lr cer lain inoi tiiHL'i. leed, da'.-.l He. 'irih driy o' M.iv, A. I. livsj, muí iUimI i,.r rcoi-.l lu me miu o ol tile J'rohatc Clerk, and ex-oilu io r. .'...ler ef llie Cornil y of t.ranl and i en Itorv f ,, , ,, x . Ico, oa llie lí'lii d:iv ot .lime. A . i. ii- mi, l i k m , Mltll llillv rei-oldi-.l III Imm.k No. 'J uf Inul i ciees ai i-Hucs (i:. r, t ., i ..,., i. ., ami ti .?, did emit, v t,r the lllldf (-stencil as iaoil;';,jce, II, c l.jll.iw Inj de si rlln it real esliilc. l.n.,1 in-r v, ii, ic bnliuiii-.-s and ltiiproM'iiu-ats llicreoa Imii.; ami bene; -.i. imti-.t In the town of Silver i n v, lu llie County m tiianl, nml Teriiliirv ol New Mexico, in wit : la tlie town of Silver Ciiy, ia s,.iil tii.int Cmiii. ty, nnd belniiliiK at (lie southeast ciirner nf Sprint an. I M.ilu slitcls on ine soul h side cf spi imt slieet, opposite, and south of llie ml w."t corner of what wis lot mcilv ki... a l-s t . I'. Craw luí d m biiiik sad si.ae, i:-emi ri. 1 i in east 1111 llie soultl hide line of S i 1 1 e hi . e. I i, illstilll.-e of folly el-.'lil lis f,.,.( It,, 1,,,, ,,,,11, pi.ra'lel with east line of Main sinsd .1 1,1 -, of lilly !) fnl, llieuce wesl, parallel null soldi Mu lltie of Sroiuic sire.!, u iiiyi,m-s of forty einht Hi) feet, 1.1 e.i,i' si, 1,1 lino of Mlllll Mtlr.-t. Mint Ihel in 1 1 ii. mi and nl, 11,, 1 s.ild east Hue nf Vi, ,n,.,.t a disimu-w of fitly i.si) le I. to he pi.,e. nt ti.-i in-. IIIIIK. Ileitis the Miaie pi.'s-iy 11. in, ,,. II. I parlies of llie f -t pip-. I.v i. li,,m('. r. I 1,1 lorn uiul lle ii.it. , ju'v in,,, 1 i, nd liconlcil iu hook 4 of Ii...;, 1,1 .,i,i i.i..,.i v nica sunt iiiortu-'ite lA.i.s nri. ,e to II, e iiiuler xleiiid nioi(e;u-ee III Kecure Itlil p.-tiiin-ut III I, c.-ii.iin ln-.-o iiinie preiuisMiiy nute tilth even it. iIh with ti.esalil inoit,-ne nml,. I.v llm s.o.l 'l1- Illl. .Ill I', ll.ils.-V Hill Ills wile. Helen, t. uis,iy, r the sum ul l.n r linn, in-. I muí ,i,.,tv lsi) doll us l.nv.ilile to liie 01, 1, r of llem v M,l. IcijHllll llllelysl tin Icon In. Ill ii,,c at llie 1 ,le .1 one III ler eelil. -r 1 . t i 1 , due en.-M.-en uioiitlis alter d.iie, tviiu h ,inl ml is m, t(n,.n- I Mini lull y il'-.illml in soil 11 i-, And VI lie I. -.is il.-lau 1 1 Ills In eo 11, i.te tilt. ,. , ..... ,, il sai l Hole M'i'1 the l.n.-ie! t i., i ,-,,, I, tne in,- It'fs.i'li, it HeluV Sl'llef, linlli;,,-,, i.l.ne. 'ti.!, niiih-r hud In- ii lue f in.. o..i.r m,,l i.n Hun IV III Lie ve.le, I I'V I n. le'U.s ;nnl ,-,.,..11 . I'-'IIS o s.ild nioHf" -e, 1M.I, un le. ., :,,, ,,m I ail ll IV 111 N o .'lull I , ,X . II. I ' 1, 1, ( t , noon of tint ,1.0 , 1 ' 1 ' m i . , t., . , , ,,, . . ,. s. II - -I p... u ..,,1 . il due lo II... . 1., , I - I... . . I I, UU-, . Ill I ,. lo. II o - ,,, ol I 1 10 1 I I. ' Il I . 1 , -, ,1 I U. t. ; \n\n ....ti rsn ... , Ksns City , Hulla 1., r.ckloa. tro y Mir el Condado de (iiuiit. Goldschmidt Uros, I NO. 'J!l. 17l rtlrho demandado, W. It. Kane, es por es "jlo noiincailo iiih mi pleito de I'a.-top.ir Km hanro lis stdo couiiniMiK.i'lo eiiconti .i .! ..I ,w,r Ml dicho ac or, tiol.lsclituiilt l'.ios., en la Corte del Tercer Distru-io .ludicial, dciiiio ) p.ir el ( on.bi do de Him n t. v mncno Oiih el .nlm m ut, , . i en dicho pic Ho. en la ollli lnaib-1 llscriliaiioyKe'i- si i... i. .i , ii , n.iiM-iiii-i ia en uii-iia t oi ic. cu o all ies del primer Out del proximo termino debt dicha Coi le. une , in terniilii dentro v I.H1-..1 dicha Condado de (.rant, el hclmiihIo I.iiim s ile nolillcade iiio encoiifoinililad ecu un m lo do Knibaio (l.-cenillilo del la Cuite ili.-ho del Ter cer lilslrn lo .linliciil il. airn v por el Coinhnln de (nuil. en. I Aguacil ftlavor lie tin ho I 'omhnlo de i.iaiii. en ei oia ne ,avo A. I. l'-.n. r.-oues-lio Ilariy W. Linus, y embarpi pobie -le pni. piedad ilis.-ril.nl. i en s enie, p. rieiii.i.icii..i h dicho deiiiamlad. W. II. Kane, situado i-li ün lie Condado de tíriuit y Territorio aiiledi.-Lo y m i parüClll.-llllll-llle llcsel ll'lilo l-.llll.l Mn :-Viide.s df liw Solares Nos. U M lii-V IK, y n i , ,,. . rlllortet y 1 a pins -:t i ula'solar i ! mi-, m i calillo No. luí Mi;iliii, iis.,i ha, di- 1 i.,s, r, .l;ia de Mlverciiy Nucm vicya i, Y a no ser une entre su ciuip nx-'icla en dicho pleito romo aipii i. unci Ida. I.. di. :i, uu. i.-. , si etlibliruliila riño huh tlirbu sen, v. i uní;, para 8atL-l.nct vi Juno. Anastacio Hahki.a, Clelk. Uy T. 8. Fai.l, Depuly, 8. B. Ou t rrr. . Ait'y for Plaintiff. iiwí. Cornil v. at plises Í to hii-I 7 11