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Ti;r.:;iUY, july 2, is.t. .!::;: - Tsrcsa a:.i Lar.ra re IN KKFKCT JM.T S, f.o. V '. Arru 1. : p. m. I:l " H 41 "' II III. Jtl : " (I l. H:DS leave, ft . in. 1 or. p m. 8:00 n. m. DFTINATIOV. ...silver City.. ., .. . .lOlllilll,. Nntt . ... .. . Klin nu .... ... . Crue t s. .::.( ....Kl I'an . Küiiihh li'y .. ... .Chicago Nii.Hi'i. Iearti 10 in v in i " in. u :j) " l 4 p. m. 8 vo ' SoS " Arrives, 7 :-K p. in. K.ii. III. 7 ;0 " .Toil re II. MünoR, Au-nt. The Markcti. VETAL. Fur silver 02'á Lead 3 10 COCJiTT OFFH.'F.RS M. W. rirtprflpil..... ..rrobnte .Tupro .1. W. FUiiiIuk . .1 ivumh-.t K. M. Y'vnn-t ... . l'robnt I leik A. It Ijiinl Hherill i. V. Mlie Asevnr K. I.. Pmvfll Purveyor S. H. IUhiiiimi Cotnmisslniicr IViyloi Mniinmu ..Commissioner 'I lumias Foster Cnniuilssloner It. 11 Ibluliuumi , .School riiioeilutciident CITlf OFFICERS .1. W. Flcnilnfi Mftvnr .1. W. Carter Treasurer Wm. F l.orcnz I brk l'rank ri;hl Attorney t. L. Canliey Mur-hal BOARD OH EDUCATION G. N. Wood, Win. Brahm, RUTowell. COVNCIIMKN M. K. White. J:. (Jlllett Martin Matter Geo, 1). Jones. TIItE BF.IMRTMENT I.. A. Rltelhr Chief ht. (loon'e fíiríiiusou Assistant Chief V..V,. V ' -litll Foreman K. 11. Ihisel'o Pl4.n0 Villi' Foreman J. V. F. Hose Co "W. F. Loioni Foreman Hook und I-udder Co To Correspondents. All Communications intended'for pub lication in this pnpor muttl bo addressed to the Soctuwebt Sentinfj., and not to ny individual conncnted with the otlioe. All other buHinrsa should be addreaeod to Allun II. Macdonnld All correspondence, to insure publica tion, muni renoh thtaolllce not. luter than tSuturilay noon. See the Mnjestio sow's. ranges at Honiit-tf Reports from trio Gila nre to the effect that farms are beginning to sudor from lack of water. Frouli stock of tin and granite ware al Rcmnson's. tf Claud Slielton and Chas. Day killed a line black bear near the head of Minora croe' lately. Stoves acd tinware of ell kinda at Houik30m's tf Moil for Iiorutburg from San Fran cisco was, during the strike, taken east over the Canadian Pacific railroad and then sent westwards ngnin to Grant County. Deputy United States Marshal Cantley has tuo to Sun Francisco with some Chinamen who will be shipped back to their native, Flowery lund for attempt ing to live, unlawfully, in this country. The feast of St. Vincent de Paul was celebrated by o jr Mexican fellow citizens in regular Fourth of July style. Bombs and giant crackers were being let off all the the previous night as well as on the Saint's day. Lordiiburg did not puffer severely during the strike. The supply of keg beer lasted just till the strike was de clared off. Another day and there would have been great suffering among our neighboring townsmen. Mr. C. II. Schailner, of Fort Bayard, one of the most thoroughly accomplish ed mustciaus and piano and organ re puirer, has a card in this paper, and when your instruments need repairing or tuning re advise our readers to pat ronize him. 2' Died At Pinos on Tuesday, July 17, Thomas II. Handy, aged GG years. Mr. Handy was the father of Wm. N, Handy of Pinos Altos, and Mrs. Ellis Miller and Mrs. Davenport of Mogollón, The fuueral took place in Silver City on Wednesday and was conducted by the Masons. El lilr.iRe was in from the Mnngnu j iptonlny. The Miners (Jivhlia nro visiting f rienda in tho Mojjolloim. I). C. Hobnrt is back again in town from IlillKlxirough. (1. O. Smith arrivod herefrom Kansas on Friday evening's train. John D. Bail, Ef)., loft town on Wed nesday on a trip to Santa Fe. Mrs. Footo, mother of Mrs. Foney, re turned from the eatit last Tuesday, Jl. E. Mubo has been laid up for soma days with a severe attack of rheumntism. II. C. Ilazlowood got home ngnin on Friday after a two month's visit in Cali fornia. Harry Noel came in fron Whitehall's Well yesterday aud reports good rains in that vicinity. Mrs. Mnyfield and family returned to Deniing last week after a visit of two or threo weeiks here. II. 1m rickett, Nathaniel Boll and B. II. Theilmnn left last Thursdny on u trip to the Mogollona. Sigmund Iiindauer, one of Grant County's former political chiefs, was up from DeniiDg last week. Harry Booth and Lieut. Brown drove over from Fort Bayard on Friday to stay for a few hours in town. John J. Bell and eon, aud Andy Hughes got back on Saturday evening from a fishing trip on the upper Gila. A. P. Colé, one of El Paso's encrgetio real estato dealers, spent two or three ays in town on an i m por taut ranch deal. Baylor Shannon took Wedneedny morn ing's train for Santa Fe to see the capi tal and visit Mr. and Mrs. Chas. M. Shannon. J. M. Harper of the lower Gila was in town last week. He went on up to tho inos Altos mountains whero he is now working. II. B. Walton, Deming'a live newspaper editor, has goue east for a month. Mrs. Wullon and the baby meanwhile aro visiting their relatives here. U. P. Thompson spent two or three days in town last week visiting his mother aud sister. He left again for his Cook's Peak ranch on Thursday. Dr. Burtlett, who spent several days l ore lust week negotiating for the pur- haee of the Ivanhoe mine and smolter, oft on Thursdny for his home at Canon City, Colo. Totn. O. Boone got back from Los Angolés on Sunday after a six months toy in that burg. He thinks Silver City- is a protty trood place after all, and in tends to stay here. Mrs. Edmund G. Ross and her daughter in-law, Mrs. Pitt Ross, arrived from Albuquerque on Saturday evening. They expect to spond the summer here visiting Air. and Mrs. Miles. Our merchant prince, Mas Schutz, is home again from Mogollón; and one more charms his customers with that fascinating smile and seductive manner into buying carloads of goods at a time. P. Suthcr'antLpassed through town on Thursday on his way to El Paso. He had been working in the Sheridan mill and after waiting a month for it to sart up lie determined to go elsewhere. Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Brown aud D. C. Casey drove in from Mogollón with Henry Carter on Wednesday. They re port business very quiet in the Mogol Ions since the closing down of the mills and the burning up of the business part of the town. Twenty seven men have been put to work in and about the town during the lust week digging the foundation for the Normal 6chool, storting tho brick yard oiening the stone quarry, etc. Besides this the O. L. Scott sawmill in the mountains is working on the timbers lumber, eto. The first summer dance took place at Morrell Hall on Friday night. In spite of the warm weather a good number of tho enthusiastic danoors ot the town were prooouu. The Mexican orchestra played as sweetly us usual, and a very ploosaQt' evening was enjoyed by those presont. A number of the young ladies and men of Silver City are trying to organiza lawn tenuis club. Catalogues of racquets, nets, balls, etc., have been sent for, and committee has been selecting a site for the court. The game is an excellen no, and the club should prove popular, The fire boys here are euger and ready to take part in the Territorial firemen's tournament. This was to have bee held in the bogiuning ot this month a Tjhs V Hiraa. but. owing to the strike, was postponed. The boys are anxioubly avt 1 inj the announcement of the dato a which they can show their ability. The sheriff leVted an execution o Suturday on the part of LI L. Font receiver, vs. P. B. Lady, aüttinst the saddlery and harness stock of good owned by J. J. Kolly. Mr. Kelly botigl the stock from Mr. Lady over a year ug and is naturally fooling very indiguao at this (as he regards it) high hundo attempt of Mr. Foster. An action f ihiiniiiitMj BgHitibt tho latter gentlemun In the uui expected step in the luutler, their elephantine cousins of Deming which is to take place on Aug. 5. The game next bunilny will be for a bog cr b"er, to be pnid for by tho liming side The gume between tho Doming and Sd. ver t it y .envy weights will he played at Doming and the lotvors will have to pay for the winners expenses, a keg of boor anil, the cigars; benides which any mein. ber on either side who íhíIs to reach third base will be obliged to look on, dry and thirsty, whilo his more successful friends will driok to his future better play in foaming flagons of Anheuser. Pity tho sorrows of of a poor fat roan who can't run to third bosel This will bo the first of three games between the two towns. 1 HE (ill, A KILLINO. Mining and Silling. Geo. A. Bakor has been legally made sgent for the Carton City Deep Down Mining Co. A contract has been lot on tho Artec mine at Pinos Altos to Nolan, Husband and others to run the tunnel 20 feet north and then make an upraise to the old workings. Vork was begun yeBter-dav. Kays the Chieftain: "The closing down of the Rio Grande smeltor was on account of tho lack of dry silver ores, Tho district that on May 1, 18S3, sup plied about 4,000 tons on May 1, 1801, supplied loss than 400 tons." Tho Golden Giant is becoming a tirst- olassprofítable mine uuder the energetic management of Tom Holman, who has the property under lease. Last Tuesday he shipped a carload of concentrates to the samplieg works at Doming. Good pay ore is being steadily taken out. At Mogollón the only property at work is the steady Old stand-by, the Maud S. company; lack of water having forced the others to suspend work. The min ing work at present being carried on by this company consists chiefly pf Surface work on the Maud H. and Silver Link mines. On Mineral creek the work of renew ing the Sheridan mill has just been finished, and this mill is now in better condition than it ever was before. It is ready to begin dropping its full fifteen stamps as soon ait the rains coma and give water enough to operate with. The cable tram is in good working order, There are 50 tons of ore in tho bins at the mill and the head of the tram. The Little Fannie mine is in good ore, and all that is needed to enable the property to start up with a large force of men is for rain to come. Mrs. J. T. Gtllett from Lockhart, Tex., and Mrs. Roswell Gillett from Gonzales, Tex., mother nnd sister-in-law of tí. B, Gillott, arrived hero on Thursday. They will spend a few days with Hi. and Mrs. S. B. Gillett and then go out to the Mimbres to visit Mr. and Mrs. Gooch. Next Tear's Assessment. At their last meeting the County com mistiioners made the levy tor next year's taxes as follows: Mils. Territorial 6. Caustial dofloit 0.2Ó Territorial institutions 1.5 Cattle 0.5 Public schools. 2. COUNT?. Current expenso 2.5 rApocial deficit 0.5 County Court Fund i 2.5 Interest on Bonds .. 4. Bounty on Wild Animals 05 Rouds of County 0.25 Total tax leVy 20.50 Special School Preoinct 1, Doming. . .1 '1, Kicuiae. . .a " " " 25, Mangus...3 The first baseba 11 match bet ween Silver City and Central resulted in a win for the former by 17 to 15 runs. Both clubd need more practice. Ths return match between the two places was played here on Sunday, 21nd hist, when tho Silver Citv boys were again victorious by 29 runs to 22. This victory has awakened such a strong interest in the game thai a team of fat men (200 pounders and up wards) has been organizod, und any day you may see staid and sober citizens of 525, 210 lbs., and so on industriously and pantin;ly wulking over the rockiest hills tlujy can find bo as to get into hard, tpiingy condition (about 210 pound weight). This again has ltiibod the animosity of the feathor-weigfits,who say they can beat their fdt brotheren without any truiniiig down at all, end ni(unv.hi!e they slap the big meu on tho back (to harden their hands,) and talk incebsiinlly and valiantly of what they ate going to do next Sun duy, when this battle of the giauta and the dwarfs is to tuke place. The fut men talk back again long und loudly (to got their w iud In order) but really despise their httlo antagonists and hold them svkew ruttJy for the grout battle with Fort Bayard Items. Col. Bliss is in Denver. The paymaster arrived yesterday and paid off tho two troops of cavalry left here. It is thought likely that the Twenty fourth Infantry will return here about next Sunday from Trinidad and Raton, and that they will be paid off here on their return, but nothing uotimto is known yet. Troop B, iirst cavalry, left the poet on Saturday on a practico murch. They tir.pedut Santa Rita last night and, after going to Georgetown returned through the mountains to the fort on Sunday afternoon On Saturday evening several couples drove over to Ernest's, aud danced and eat spring chickens till the wee, sma. hours. A shower of rain did not inter fere in the least with the party; and those who got wet danced themselves dry. Mies Hazel Black, oho of the prettiest and most charming young ladies that it has ever been Fort Bayard's good fortune to have as a visitor left on yesterday morning's train for her homo in the northwest. A strong detachment ot cavalry accompanied the young lady as far as Doming; en escort of infantry is expected to see her safely from Trinidad to Denver. "Good bye, Har.el. God bless you." letter List. The following is a list of ths uncalled for letters now held in the Silver City postofilco, July 2), 1891: Copien, J. D. Fuller, Mrs. M. B. Gallegos, Pedro M. Goode, Joseph Good. J. b Harold, J. w. (2) Jones, Mrf. 1Í. 3. Lameila, Mnnuul McNoal, Mrs. v m Ortega, Vicenta Ramirez, Merse Wellington, E. Please say "advertised" whon asking for the above letters. L. A. Skklly, Postmaster, Mackttee, Mrs. A. Mosko, George Pura, Jesus Trevis, Francisco The board of regents of the Normal school appeurato hava made an excelleu selection for principal ot that important institution in the person ot Prof. Geo. Selby. This gentleman is master of arts of the university of Edin burg, Scotland, and also holds the same decree from the University ot Luke Forest, Hid. He has graduated in pedu coiry, taken nrst lionors in oiauie uialios, and stood second to nono as normal instructor in Illinois. During the last yeur be has boen principal ot the Dew i 11 a public school, and is well an favorably known to many Grant Count jople. The professor and bis wife wi prove a deuidud addition to bilver City society, The rainy souson bus begun but rains have fullea heiwily ouly in spots throughout the County. Severul good showers have fullon in the Burro Moun tains, on the Supello and along the Mungus, and from these pluces 4,'iuhs is reported to be springing up fust. Nearly ull other purls of tho County are very dry yet and need ruiu budly. Good sized floods have gone down tho Man gus and the Supello, and a smull lluod came down Hudson street in town here on Thursday night from a local rain storm which full ubove town. The ranges and mines are guuerully bai'ly iu need of w ulor. WUt tho Oíht r M.l la Vnilli.g to Sy About It. ' Several parties who have just arrived from tho Mogollona do not credit the theory of the, killing of James B. I fit IT man as advanced by Jot don Rodders, who says he is tho slayer. Those who lo not ngreo with Mr. Rodg'ers' and his friends are Very reticent as U the parti culars ot the killing, snyirg that the facts will be fully disclosed when a fall judio al investigation is had. Suflicient has leaked out, however, to enable tho SsKTrrtpr. to ffif that those ho discredit the Rodgoré theory claim that Huffman knew too much about the locality going on in the Mogollon9 in regard to cattle branding,, burning and stealing, etc., and that he was able to place his fingérs on tho principal actors. HufTmnn contended that among these as Rodgors. 1 Probably the last calf that Huffman brando! was ona claimed by Rodgors. Huffman finding Rodgnr's brand on the calf ropod it, burned out lodger's brand and put his own in its lac. For this Rodgors had him in- court. A Mr. Bloodgixid of Kingston was with Huffman when ho branded this calf. As soon as Huffman saw hodgers after this eptsodo ho gave him sound cursing and called him some very uncomplimentary names. Rodgors had Huffman indicted for using threat ening languao growing out of this incident. A thorough investigation it eeenis was made after the killing of Huffman about the premisos, and every bit ot evidence reflecting nny light bo the tragedy was closely scanned. Tho scabbard of Huff man's six-shooter was closely examined and tested wkh a view of ascertaining whether Mr. Rodgere' theory of it having hung at the time of the killing was corroct. The wot kings of the pistol were taken all to pieces in order to determine whether there was any chance of it having íung fire. Nothing of the kind could be found. The hat thut Huffman had on whon killed has been carefully preserved. A bullet bolo through it shows tho posi tion of the deceased's head, when killed. Other evidence it is claimed has boen preserved which, in th opinion ot Huff man's f riends, proves" pioraediatod kill ing, r . t, It is claimed that Mr. .Rodgers, al though living but two und a half miles from the Gila hot Bprings,' avoided noti tying any of the people there ot the tragedy, but preferred sending word to his own friends living between twenty and thirty miles away, and caused him self to be arrested, thus choosing bis own officers and body guards. As a re sult the body ot the dead man lay in its own pool ot blood all night BDd until 10 or 11 o'clock next morning. Any of the four shots fired into Huffman's body was necessarily and instantaneously fatal. He was shot through tho brain, his nock was broken by another shot, and two balls were fired through the body in tno region ot tho heart. Dr, Sowers extracted bne ball which lodged in the body. This shot was fired in the victim's buck; it was cut out near the surface in front. For a long time it was believed that a gang of thieves and cut throats infested these mountains without any other occupation or means of support than theft, and that thy bad been mak ir.g continous raids on the stockmen in the vicinity. When such an idea is now- advanced it is poo-hoot d by residents of many years standing in the country, Tom Wood was for a long time the central figure among those supposed thieves and raiders. ' It was finally ascertained that Wood could not have got away with one-tenth', part of tho thefts be was charged with without detection. Every outlet ws sepr-Vcd in vain to find where Tom bad a market including Clifton,- Larduburg, Silver City, Pinos Altos and her places. All that could bo found was where ho bad sold some dried venison In Clifton. It was this misapprehension' that resulted in William Grudgeon's death. The Grud- geon brothers were loosing cattle. They were made to believe that Wood was the thief. This caused 1 bitter feeling between them and - Wood. After Wood's boy wan murdered Wood believed that William Grudgeon was the guilty parly. He killed Grud neon. The thief or thieves who were doma the stealing stood in the back ground and chuckled at their own fincied secret. This is the claim as we say of thoso who deny the Rodger's theory ot the kill ing. They say if people who are inter ested in law and order will cease follow ing a false trail and tako the right one tbera will be no trouble in unearthing the cattle branders and cattlo thieves. WLi'u they claim that a disclosure of this kind might shock the feelings of many eocioty people the truth neverthe less lies in tho direction they have marked out. Tho courts have lately shown a disposition to thoroughly in vestigate every cuse of homicido. We trust thut they may make the tnost rigid investigation in this cioe. Both sides can not be correct. If Al (. Rogers' side of the Btory is correct Lo stands under a most shameful imputation from which his chi. meter must in justice bo cleared. If the other Bide is correct it would be foul injustice to the community at lurgo not to legally prove it, Notion. To llio mviB"!o ooj)o cf Silver City w ho lmvo juanos nml org tin to n pnir nnd tuiie! Jlr. C. II. Kclinirwr. of Fort linvnnl. liavini ; luid yoni-8 of cxpoiienco in orgon and jnnno tuning nml rrtmiring, can gviarnutoo jiorfoct (mtisfuction in that branch of btiHincftH and is able to make contracta by the year to kopp instruments in first elans tune aud repair ou rensonaMo terms. 27tf Tho senate Bud house committees on military affairs have agreed to recoin mend the pa sage of a bill reinstating 1st Lieut, and Brovéi Major Wm. II. Hugo to his former rank in tho service. Ma jor Hugo was formerly in the 9th oavalry and was stationed at Fort Bayard. For a number of years past he has been a well known resident of Grant County. Last June, Dick Crawford brought his twelve months old child, suffering from infantile diarrhoea, to me. It had been weaned at four .months old and being sicltly, everything ran throneh it liUa water through a sieve. I gave it tho usual treatment in such cases but with- out benefit. Tho child kent frrnu-ini? thinner until it weighed but little more than when born, or porljaj ten pounds. I then started the father to giving Cham berlain's Oolio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Before one bottle of the '-. wnt size had been used, a marked improve ment was seen nnd its continued use cured the child. Its weakness and puny constitution disappeared and its father and myself believe tho child's lif whs snvedby this Remedy. J. T. Martiw. M. D., Tamaroa. III. For salo bv W. 1. Jackson &, Co., Dkuccists. mt ! - X'' 1 .. t imniue 1 ou wouuin t mofrv mn. would you? Miss Fitz You bet I wouldn't. Chappie I did bet ten Judge. Iron iren. Furnished in any Quantity. wriU fur prices to W. II. Newcomb, Agent. 1. U. Uox &.T Silver City, N. M. IHssolntlon iiotice. Notion is hereby triven thftt lha under signed have this day dissolved partner, ship, J. II Webster retiring. The business will bo continued by George Pnrkor, who assumes all liabilities, and is authorized to collect all funds duo tho late firm. , " J. II. Wehstkr, George Parkku. Central, July 1G, 1894. 29-Gt Hot drinks at Tho Cave, Stevo Uhlo proprietor. 3tf. Fresh fruits arriving daily nt Nolan's, opposite Toptoítíce. 10tf. Tho best, public and private club rooma iu the city nt lGtf The White Houhe. Steve UhTo, at th Cavo saloon, koep only tho best goods IH his lino. 1 tf.. "When yonr work' a dono pti to tho "Whito JJouso for a littlo fun. ICtf "I'll meat you later," said the cannibal to tho fat missionary. Our Tamo Jokeiost. , , ., , ,- !-T kaiser e:::; Detraer EhspüiriCcith. ccí- The Brat rior la Tho Mr To Urt t nice M nhTe or a n"o1 tmtti , , tlroftilway, lk-low HuI'.hI j Ft.' O. C. IIINMAN; FL'RNITORE ani UNDERTAKING f BlLVF.Il CITY NEW MEXICO. WM. STEVENS, riN08 ATÍ.03 Notice of Receipt of Tlata. Las CkccíH, N, M July 18, 1304. NOTICE is hereby given that ap proved plats of Tp. 21 H., K, 7 W.; Tp. 21 R, R. 8 V.; Tp. 2i 8., R. 7 W.; anj Tit. 22 S.. L H V.. hnva thio rln l, reived at this olllco from tho Surveyor General end will lx duly tiled In this office on August 20, 181)4, on and after which dato tilings will bo received thereon. John D. Brvajt. , Register. W. H. Nolflon, who is ín the drug busi ness at Kwirvillo, Mo., has so much con. fidence in Chamlterlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy that he warrants every bottle and otfers to refund the money to any customer who is not satis fied after using it. Mr. Nolson takes no risk in doing this because the remedy is a certain euro for tho disease? for w hich it is intended nnd he knows it. It is for sale by W. L. Jackson & Co. Dkuqoists. GEO: ft. BROWN t. 8. Iepii1y Mineral and Land SURVEYOR KtiA'fcK crry, 1. m. "Ortueoii lanktKt mroui. May Jack and Carrie were ridinr on a tandem bicycle when ho proposed to her. Edith I wonder what ehe did? aiay Mumbled. Town Topics. Finest finished photos rer doz. Bkelly'B Studio. 20-2t Hay for ealo at the Broadwnv Bottling Works at $11. a ton in 10 ton lota and $12. a ton in 1 ton lotB. 22tf Soda Hater Reduced to 5c. a glass, at Forter field's. 18tf. IN- The choicest wines, liquors nnd cigars, the roost skilled bartenders and tho warmest welcome for all at The White House. ICtf BteVo Uhle'B new saloon tho Cave i-tf. t)f- Anderson's House; nos A!toS, - New Mexico,' Where I shall be glad to see all my old; friends and patrons and the general pub lic. Enchiladas hot every niubt. BEATRIZ SALES. Buy Vour reading matter at No lan s. me cheapest and . most complete line in the city. 19tf. Seasonable drinks at the cav 6tf A Roda Water Cheaper and better than ever, at Porterfield's. 18tf. Cabinets, satin finish .81.50 Dor doz. Skellys Studio. 20-2t Make your encracrements now tor a sitting. . Eastern prices, Skelly's Studio. 20-2t "If you want that whito ribbon washed and ironed again, Honry," said the sym pathizer's tired wife, "you can do it your self. I'm going to join the strike." Chicago Tribune. If you want a little fun and re laxation go to the White House, Bell & Harvey, proprietors. lGtf Stndy 31 lulu? at Home. a-i t persons working in mines as well as tnose having charge of them, jr jnvynaviDg long relt the I F v,iiWBn' ' the means of ÜjJol,taiuing a knowledge II of tho theory of mining including arithmetic. mine ventilation, mine surveying, meth ods of working, mining machinory, ma chinery for the preparation of coal or the concentration of ores, etc They are p in practice, but nnd themselves hand icapped by want of education in the sciences relating to mining. It they pos sessed this knowledge they could ner- lorm ineir aunes mucn more elliuiently. Miners nnd Mine ofllcers who cannot give up their work to attend the ordinary mining schools can now study these branches and become proficient in them in tho Correspondence School of Mines, bcranton, fa., the largest mining school in the world with over 1,000 students on ts rolls. The method of instruction is by correspondence and ts bo nracticp.l and satisfactory that every student al ready enrolled will testify that he has been benefited. The tuition charges are reasonable, and when necessary, special terms of payment are given. Graduates are assisted to positions by the Employ ment tiureau oi me cscnool. lo enter students only need to know how to read and write. Bend for tree circular giving full particulars. A fine line of cigars at Nolan's. Corner opposite postofBce. 16tf Tho Ray L. Royca Entertainers are arranging to give one or two perform ance here in November. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Hlzbnt Medal and Diploma. Go to the Cave Saloon for glass fresh Anheuser Beer. 49 tt of of now Just received the samples goods for full and winter. It Williak Walk tit. Notioe for Publication. Unitko htatrs Land Officii, I LusCrucea, N. M. June , 1st. Notice Is liereliy glvpir Hint ttie following iihiiihI urtUerlias fllod notice of her Inten tion to make final proof In support of tier claim, sod that nuld proof Hill t loado befor l'rt- owof Alexander P. tHell, of (Ha, N. M.. who made lid. Application No. IM'i. for th" n e 1 a e y seu 22, u i u w U a w ) u e ) stci3 tp 15 , r 17 w. Hlie names tho following witnesses to prove IiIh cMii'iiuinis residence upon and ciiluvalioo oi nni i .-1 1 1 ti , vi (Iwi, I). Jones, of. Hllver City, N. M. Frank )' Jouoi.of " " W. 11, Horn, of Gila, B. V. Towell. of " " Any iMTium who desires to protest against the alWmitm-e of surli proof, or ho kno s of any iiil'sl.intiiil reawiii, under the law and the rrn latinea of tlie Interior lieparlment, why such proof .should ii'r be allowed, will be utven an o- IMiiiuntiy ai mu nunvu rneniioneti ume. nnd plxee to crosH-exituiliie tlm Il-h-,-h- of miiil claimant, and to oiler evl, lenco In rebuttal of that subinUU-U by claimant. Jourf D. Dbyah, 7-et tcKiatcr Mortgage Kale. "VTotlee Is hereby Riven that wherein 8. .L-t rorler, J. K JileU iin, Mrs. Warren and ínsurauco Ádjui-ter Wilson returned on Kuaduy from Mogol lón. All claims were thoroughly gone into and satisfactorily -'Buttled. Messrs. Schutz, Jleador, Ilach, end Logun have lot or ere arranging to lot contracts for pulling up substantia stone buildings in tho place of their former woodon onos. The result of the fire promises to be beneficial to that town.' ; Rov. W. S. Fitch is giving a aeries of Sunduy evening "tullís" on the lubor question at the M. 11 church. The second of the series, given lust Sunday evening, was on tho "Lfcurtons of the (Strike." It. Mclean. J. II. VniiTelt and U. T. Miller, nn th eighth day or November, A. I)., lniij. did convey Ut the. under-oum d bv deed, lliti following desnlbecl proeriv towtt : out) boiler and enmne and fixtur-- and one Utree and a null iot iiuniiuton mill; one as say outllt, etr , In other words "ld milliiiK out lit oil tiold liuleh I leek about one Ililie or lullo and a hitif up the e,ny,,n from the water tank on the ndver City ami Northern railroad, In ths 4 oiini y oi ijraui and ierrir,ry oi isew Menico, in tro -l howe ei to Heeuie the payment of a cer tain promlKsoi note thi lein described InlUie sunt ot one uimisnim one hundred and one dot lata and tcu feu' doe and privable live months Iherealter tuiiether with liiU-re U at the rule of eleht per cent per annum. Aud whereas tb s.iid itole U !iot Ioiil; past due ami renmlns wnolly unpaid. ow therefnre in considerad, of the premise-, I tb undersmned herebv xive inibin - noli, o Hell will oner lor sa o :uid ae ttie above descnlied proierly so conveyed to me bv sain ueca or so miien tnereoi hh may be necessary lo pay said Indebtedness, interest and the costs of these pria eednik's. al public vendue to the liliilieit and best bidder for cash . 1 he said sa!' will lirt m.ide. at the mill al.ove de- sellbed oil Tuesday, July 'til. Ism, Ix iween tbelhours of l'i o'eliM-k 111 the foieuiHin and five o'l-KM-K In the Ktieinooii. aud al or uear tiie hour oí U 0 clock of said u iv. W. O. Ow M, Jr. 72t t Woi-lifiiiree. JONES' MEAT MARKET -Ths Fluost- rr.Es:i aí;d salt r-EAis Always 0D IltuiJ. í.i-1-HAaiB v. fcf j:cxjiíiT'S": 'THE CM," Corner of Yankee Street aud Broadway, former ly occupied by Tbeo. Bergman, the tailor, BTKVB VÍX.ÍJ3SÍ, fToprlator. All the Finest kliitls of LigUORSand CIGARS Jold Anheuser Beer alwavu ou druiUfiil. JO FRENCH Jiestaurarvt CHEN SENG, Proprietor, liKOADWAY, - Stiver City O ' Good Meals, 25o. Board by the week. $5.00 i 4bgDUCEl!HT5 have reopened an Enchilada; Placo Ot W VERA, OILS, LAMPS, GLASSWARÍÍ. Lubricating and Coal Oil a specialty siLVEit crry, - NEW MEXICc Ur. W. H. WHITE II 'r. o H t '-. TÍ Fa 3D ENTIST, Gas administered fur tue patuleas extrseUorj of teeth. SKCLLY'S Photographic 5TUDI0. SILVER CITY, N. M, jjARLOR ALQONj Corner Brondw-sy and Texas btreet. WINES. LIQUOHS AND CICAr.S.- m CAS2CN PrcDritlsf. AVe lar Cu! i'or ra DENVER, COLOi pi e. buiilinoamk; Assay Gifice íi Chax.'Cal U 446 Lawrence Street UKNVEU, c'jLüíurjo. Holding out Inducements ! That id what we are always dohifr, but are now doing more of it, and on a larger acule tlitm ever oetW. We heve a eolett etix-k of uohaobUole K'kkIb in Clut)iin, Huta, Cu pa, I loóla, Blioea and everjthii'g in tua geutleineii' funnel. ing line. Tl.e quality ia ikhI, atyloa cnert, and, beat of all, the pncve are thoroiilily cotjaiatoiit itli tl-e tiuu-d. Ci c. íiiionr.iAküR. f ampie lv mull or exbress will rec. iveproniT't stnl r.-irelul intention. ii,,id and - uvei liulUou rcitued, mi-lied, A4ayed or iutch i- l, c. Aw aril J Highest Honors VctlJ'i ÍVÍíV I J V. t 4 . -' i. most rr;;r A rata Ci C u t- \n\n Martirios, liaciha icted at tho last term of tho Socorro tKite limine or rrouiite Cli-rlt nt livor ( ity, N M ., ou Annust, 10, 18:,t, vil: KIIa I'. Hull, wlü Pine Altot, Hew Meneo. (i Jill Ami nui ;l -, Z1 i-e ' ' ' "'t'-r