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J .'i J :! í ! i i : : I i I i i ,jlU f 1 fl 1 VOLUME XX. SILVER CITY. NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1891. NO. ii W Q ;0. Blil.L, Attorney at Law, District Attorney, BILVRR CTTY, - NRW MEXICO. Attorneys. BII.VER CITY NRW MEXICO. J A. ANCHETA, Attorney at Law. Will practice In all Hie rnurUof the Territory. Criminal law a iiwctiiliy . OMVe, cor. lt-UMaiKt bpiing KtrrfU. BIT.VKR 1'ITV, - - - NEW MKXICO ICUMOM T. IlAKMKH, Attorney at Law, OITceeornnr Broadway Mid Main strrot. SILVER CITY NEW MEXICO JJ L. PICKETT, Attorney at Law, SILVER CITT NEW MKXIOO JAMU3 B. KI ELDER, Attorney at Law, OiHoe over Bllver City Nation! Bank, Hooinn S and - BII.VER CITY. - NEW MEXICO. rp Y. CONWAY, Attorney at Law, BILVKR CITT - - KIW MEXICO ""A H" HARLLKE' Attorney at Law, OiUua over Aaron Bclintz a Btore, on Ballard Btreot BTLVWt CITY NEW MEXICO UDIí05í D. DASTZ, Attorney at Law, 3ILVBK CITY... NEW MEXICO rpiios. B. hefmn. Attorney at Law, Up-stiilrj In Exchange building, BII.VER CITY - - NEW MEXICO g B. OILLEIT, Attorney at Law. ' Office on hullard Street,. MLVKBC1TT- ... NEW MEXICO. Ijhgsipans ttrgcons. QTruiiuraTMTrTr " Physician and Surgeon. Office at Bailey's Trr,g Ktn-e; room at Dr. Dai sy's residence. Silver City, - New Mexico. J N. WJOD, M. D Physician and Surgeon. Offloe over Ullbertvstore'anrt at re'.trlr-nce. Calls aoswurud ninht and day. ÍUTVER CITY, - - NEW MEXICO. -y-ILL. T. WILLIAMS, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, Olllce In Dr. Stephens old Kooins. KILVEB :iTY, N. M. 4 mt E. S. '. sSirver.ntvClitmtGT No. S. O. E. H. Mpitti uvery lut and aid TuLndays In each month at JUas.HllO II ill. Mill. (JKNA UOSUKOVB, W. M. Mint. Nri.i.V I). Lauv, See. O. O K. Huloa Lodfto, No. 7. líer-ekah petrree. Mwttng second and fourth Kriday Dltiuuj in month, at ball old. S. TiAany Lodge No. la, tnr IVt Ofl'.ce. Kats H. Uahh, N. O. Wx. d. Kaumswobth, tVo. O. O. F. . James L. Rlflpely Encampment No. 1, meet the 5d and 41 b Wediiesdaya of eacb month. YlslUns patnarcha oonliHliy Invitrd. Anuukw 8rAiiT, (J. 1. J. J. KLi,y, Sorlbe. ysiclal nirrctory ritnitRAT.. RclpRate toConifrm tiovcrnH Sfrrotvtvr Chief Jtinii'e Aíorlítes T Swmil .TiKllrlnl m.trlot Anthony .To.ej.h W. T. 'lhorntoii. f.rloti Miller.,., 1 homm Hnilfh.. N. t:.( oMii r, A. A Kreeman, K. r. A. It. K .11, O V ' -rn .f. ii. Mnm ro... neu-Nler I4lllt ( !!! I Vflrn tlnlirnil H....,u Va 1 ...... i..... i S. I. Met'roit Ijh ( rme .in,;Nu.r .B1( (ii.e (I'llntif aneo, I a. Crn.-es., ltei eiver Ijind l mice hieliaH Yoniiir, Kiwwell . . . irtter I And (ml. Ü, I osi'ruve, lto.w(:l.,.lie elv.-r I jumI ( Mn.-e H. C. i'lckula', Cli')-lon'.'.'.'. . Receiver LiUid t)niec TKBRTTORIAU r. 1.. Tartlrtt lill.-tl,,r ftnneral .1. H. Cnit, Wiint.i Ke !!Mr,.f A'lorney V.vV; '' C o. ..I);..: i t Altonu y .11. w h Menmii, A lhuiierque. ?itriet Attorney C. (. Hell.Hllvert Ity 1itrlet attorney M. W. J.Iilli Sirlr;er IMnet Attorney I.. C. hurt, l.m mi I iil net Attorney Jieorue U. Baker, Koswell l)ls!rtct Attorney i'"'?,: Llhrarlan H . H. ( laney clerk Sinirenie Court h. II. Herrmann... Aiieiietondetit Penitentiary lÍr1- W . K"tel Adjutant (ieneral It. J. I alen Treaanrer IX-m-trlo Perel Auditor A"?llJ .Chves Biipt. rubhe Intrnetion M. . Hart (joal Oil Iii)ector OOl'RT OF PRIVATE LAND CLAIMS. Joseph R. I?ed. of Iowa. Chief .IiiuMm Aso, mte JuKtiees Wilbur K. Nt.ine. of Colo- "'."nf :- inner, of North Carolina: Yi illlam M. Murray, of Tennessee; Ileury C. bliiiH, of Kansas. H.MiaMlr.7 ,tcynoI1. o' Missouri, United IO. O. P. , liiaao B. Tltfn7 IvtRe, No. is, meets at Odd Fellows' Mat .over x"t-o Olee, Saturday even ing!. Munibers of the order cordially Invítenlo eiiend. I,K.CuiUiimil,K. 'I llssós IliltSDOtc, See. . Han Vleeote Ivdtre, No. Í, meets every Monday ntul.t at Odd Fellows Hall. Vtsitmsr brother. Invited. a. 1. i,oaa, N. ii. J. J. Kai.LV, fc-c A. M. HMver City Charter, Ko. S. at Masontc Hall. Uexulnr eonvocaiions on 3d WeduenJay fventnK of each bionth. All imiiiiiuIoiis Invlicd to attend. Aahon buuuxz. U. f. i'auKí D. Laot, Bee. AF. & A. M. . Kt.verClty Id(:e, No. . meets at Masonic Hull, over bilver ity Nat. rUnk, ILie 1 Unrd.,y nvetiluK on or before the full iikhiu each uiotilu. All vltillug brothers luviu-d to atteud. M. U.lwuim .W, M. ransr B. Lada. Bee. KOK P . Meets 2d and 4th Tuesday nli'hts tn eaeh inuiiih, at Odd füiion. Hall. Ii.iiiik ktrtr-iits Invited. I n.. nk Wuiiiu f.Ci. C. JJIHBHinaN.K.lL!. O. V. W. a Meets on the 1st and ltd Tuesday ntehts u each month, at Masuulo Ha l, KelUiW om inen formally Invited. J. ai. ÜUVlku, M. W. 11. W. 1.1, i ab. Koo. s- ME. CltfBíH. a Herviue At the church, Krosdway, near tliuloutt ilouae. every holiday at 11 a. ta. and 1 p. lu. biiiiOay t" IhhiI at v M a. in. Jiav. W. rl. tricH, A. W., Tanor. ijtcll.tneciu.i. yiLLIAM F. I-OllENZ, Notary Public. 0;ncc at Poet Ofllce. Hilver City, .... New Mexico. JAMi:.1 CUltlllN. UlUce ou Main blreet, KILVIUCITY .NEW MEXICO Notary Put. He for tiranl count v, N M. Com- litl.Oooef of iiee.U fol ArUona 'lelrltiny. All k ni. I, ul real eii iie 0U h.uid and biuiilt and Sold OU CotmiiK-woii. J A. B. CAK 1 t.il, fiüíry riiLÜc. Ó.V.i I ti ..Uv-r Citjr Kutionullluulf. I ii.tf ii Cuy, - - N Mix ioo. GRANT COUNTY And Silver Cltj I'md a Handsome Compliment by the Onreaa ef Iai mljrratlon of This Territory. A Brief Rcsntue of the Work. The Bureau of Immigration, through its olüüiont Sflcrot.arv MurtW f . , vow, ui i ,U- H has just lasuud a handsome hand book of 344 pages, showing the resourc es, climate, ceocrranhv. mmln K.0i.-. statistics anu future prospect of this ren-itory up to December 15, 18'J3. The work is embellished with line engray ihfjs of the principal cities, mountains, valleys, minino: namna rinphi - ' , T liui, farms and . the numerous beautiful soenea and pleasure resort which abound in this salubrious climate and future el dorado of the southwest. A flattering tribute is paid to Grant County's wealth producing resources, her irjcomnarabln annitarv icDni. . . J mauvno beautiful soenery, broad ranges, bright, mpiu rivers ana entoi prising people. We are credited with 200,000 head of cattle and nu our ranges; an fcnnual production of ci.uw.'juu id goiu ouiiion and V00,000 in silver ore. besidta rich minu t i.. copjer, opals, turquoise and other rare' auu vaiuuuio gemsiones. We find the following In Silver City: The county Boat in ísilvnr füf.v ..t...t- ed at the foot of Pinos Altos, in the beautiful Chihuahua vIIav a ii ik. northern half of the county and parts oí socorro county ana Arizona are di rectly tributary to it, and it outfits doz ens of surrounding camps. It lios t tne ena ot a orannh line of the Santa Fe road, and eninva Mia irlrant.mu ing to every ltirge supply depot. Iu banks, court house, hospitals, stores, puotio sciioois, notéis and other build ings of a publio and semi-publio cbnrao tor would do credit to an AHHtarn Minnlii sieat Since the opening of the Santa Kits copper mines in Iu00 it has been a town aito. but tha ennrcrv of t ha l.ul Ann ade has done more for its advancement man ail tne previous years. Bituatod as it is, surrounded by mills and concen trators, almost in the very center of the mining rogion, its stability and oroeper itv are asHUred. Iartra l.iiainAnu 1. 1, are built or rirniAoLail mnA itnnni, kA I . . u.iiu VUO year 18S3 about twenty-live buuiueaw linilkMhA Inil llOnuAm v. ...,..-. built wilbin the city limits. It 1 as a number of civin and ancual nr.rani.utiAna Its water-works, lying about two miles iroui town, assure tne c.ly not only of a good and pure supply of water, but, as there is a normal pressure in the fire hydrants of 144 pounds to the Inch, im munity from the ravagea of that danger ous element is oertam. The water is puninnd to a high rmmrvoir by powerful niacliinery. It is taken from a tunnel which drifts across bed rock the full width of the valley. Under anything like ordinary circumatanrwa the supply is more than ample, liuildirg material is vory cheap es the surrounding moun tains furnibh lumber und Btonee of the beet character. This method of developing a water supply is worthy of a complete and toch nioul dfworiptiou. Space however does not permit this. The water is stopjied on the bed rock by sub-drains. The lo cution is in a wide swale or shallow val ley leading down from the 1'inos Altos towards Sliver City. No water what ever runs on thesurfsefl. This under drainage is an important factor iu the eoocoaiio development of the arid wet. Silver City is a notable example. Not only has site au ample aujiply fur duDiee tto and sanitary purpoe) i.f a lare city, not dufieuJent on chance showers, but through her pumping system she is re lieved as much as potiibie from danger of tires. The court house, the hospitals, the fine blocks that line the biiriinees streets, the churches, the commodious and som furtul.lo hotels, of w hich there are four, give the city a metropolitan air. The fcttlubriuue climate makes good the local r.utu t a sanitarium. Situated at about C.fKU feet elevation, at about 85 di2rem 11 tHMviruls north latitude, pro tected by encircling tnounlains, all the conditions are pttfe't for the preserva tion of healih or the restoration of the invalid to sound phyaical eiiotenow. The springs are early and wtuteni mil.), w hile the aummers are never torrid. The lat itude is the saine as that of the north ern iviawt of the tiulf of Mexico, but the heat is te tupe ted by an elevation of niore than a mile bImivo the be a. TI, i air iu ozonted, and the infiuuura of the pine foreets is frit like baluatu in every bretith. The invalid who Battles here will tiinl lilt, iutereel iu life reviving, lie will mix with a brainy, cultured popu lare, and in a khort time vu!l litol l.im a.lf diai-tiMtncg buaineei. He Will find ground cheap and material plentiful to liu.l.l a home, to whit h pti'H.he the uni vernul hi.itulit y of the p.-o,e iuioel I nil, an. t hi a bhort time he will tit. 1 hl'iiw.'f a tiM ful liietnla'T of a p row iurf utul lliriving fonitntinity. f'ulver Cily bun a VM'udt'i fully bright futuio. TrnnnoniAL. meeting of the republican nominat- inacoiivonuon. The tinte for the meeting of the oestoerntin JerritnriI convunttnn will depend on when congress ad journs. Trof. Hiram llndlev. ex-nrincL pal of the Agricultural college una ieen 80ioctel an principal of At m . tne Aerntonal UuiverBity at Al buqaerque. The Wood Orchard company, at a-ibs truces, una reaiizeu 0 centa per pound for jaches shpjed by ( T .. á. -ta T - . ifirigtuaior car to iiov Ui'Ieaua tnis eeagon. Under the now law, separating mo mee 01 aneriu auu collector, most of the preeeut sheriff Rra cutting their cards for the col lector a place. Last week hay was cut in the v agon Mouna eection the first time in vears that thin rnnlrl lva done bo early in the Beanon. Cattle 1f a . ana Bneep are lookinrj better than at the same season for many years. A new crol J camn is now hut, a opened in the San Mateo tains, north of IioBedale about twelve mnea, twenty-five miles south of Magdalena and about thirty-five miles west of San Mar. cial. The wheat ctod of Nncnrrr ta the largest ever known, and is pnttinrr thousands of dollar í circulation. Farming is the true basis of natural wealth, and New Mexico is the beBt farming section of the United States.-Socorro Ad vertiser. Throueh the inBtrnmentnlifw f Charles W. Green, Stark Bros. will plant a 10.000 acre arnla orchard in Chaves county within tnree years. A wo thousand acres will be planted this fall, and the balance just aa soon ao the ground can be prepared. The Albnaneroue nnnfim in their efforts to be polite, sometimes pet things a little mixed. The Democrat in speaking of our es teemed district clerk cays: L. W. Lenoir, the Las Cruces, N. M.. merchant. íb in town on business. The Santa Fe llepublican bbvb: 1 A little crowd of politicians were gathered discussing the situation last week. A gentleman of Santa Fe was telling how nearly all the offices in New Mexico under the present administration were held by Missourians. lie went through tne loDg list and. then Mr. Liin- dauer aeked: "What bIiow hes a gentleman from Jerusalem in this country?' Accordiug to the Citizen Victor L. Ochoa, the Mexican revolution ist, has been in hiding in Albu querque for several days. Remem bering that there is a reward of $10,000 for his captare and delivery to the Mexican government the detectives and minions of the law are a trifle out of sorts to think they should learn of his presence only after ho bad departed fcTr more congonial climea.-Optio cor respondence. Some epc-cimoiis of gramma grass were brought to town to-lay which must have been over two feet in length. This has been long acknowledged as the most nutri tious grass in New Mexico. Last season and this have shown what it will do with plenty of water.The crops of hay last year have demonstrated that with plenty of water the crop is increased in quan tity and the quality is not abated. Gramtnri grass is doubtless destiued to prove a very profitable domestic crop in this seetion.-Optic The Albuquerque Citizen Bays some very pleasant things about this town. Among others it says: Though well named by that seductive and muical won!, Siiver City, it tells noth ing of the great minea of gold and other metals that in these times of dishonored silver are the mainbtay and backbone of this dis trict today. By that bulldog tenaci ty ami courago which characterize the pioneers of the west and never say die, the miners of this district have temporarily turne! their ge nius and industry to the produc tion of gold, and maintain as the center of their operations one of the best towns in the west Silver Cily. Hilver City ia all right and w to be congratulated on holding her placo as une of the best townd in Rew Mexico. The Sun Marcial 1'eo yivea the followine; account of the ml.1 end ing of Lltuoro Trice, foriaeily of this city and the btepnon of Mrs. Trice, the hard-working matron of the (Jrtiut County horriínl: A telegram Whs received by W. 1L. Wilton lust evening stnting that Deputy CucriJ Llmore Trico hail suicided by blowing his brains out in ins room about bu o clock last evening t the Tark hnna in Socorro. No cause was mven for a. V . A sr. . uie act, jur. A'nce is well anil favorably known bore and deep regret is expressed at his untimely end. lie vtas larelv inifrnmnrtal in necuring evidence against the men who are awaiting trial at So corro for cattle stealing, and hit. testimony was expected to be very unutniu. Favored Statehood. At the meotiuga of the Terri torial, democratic and republican central coinmitteeB at Snof Va the democrats Bent the following teiegram to aslnngton, D. C, addressed to Senator Faulkner and Delegate Joseph: Santa Fe, N. M., August 11. T A al Si . iteprvHeniing tne tiemocratic Ter ritorial committee. w am rl! to Urire Utxiu the aenatA inimu.li'oti. and favorable action on the pend- ' 1 11 m at . . - ing oiu iortne aamissiou of .New Mexico, that democratic promises may be kept, and Bolomn pledges redeemed bv an act of i nation tn our people. The rentililicATia Jnvito.l fha - t ..... .n v.... democrats to join them in a joint memorial to uotu brencaes of con cress, askim? the ImmAiliftfA naa Bage of the Btatehood bill. The invitation was accepted. fended a breach of promise case for a singularly ugly little man. which he told the defendant, after reading his brief, must be "bounc ed" through. And the sergeant did bounce it through in a truly remark able manner. 'Uentlemeu of the jury," he said at the close of a most eloquent speech, "you have neara tne eviueuce lor the Plain tiff, and, gentlemen of the inrv. you have Been and have admired that most bewitching plaintiff, her self. Gentlemen, do you believe that this enchanting, this fascinat ing, this captivating, this accom plished lady would for oue moment favor tho advances or listen with anything save scorn and indie-na tion to the amorous protestations' of the wretched and repulsive homunculus, the deformed and degraded defendant?" Ilia client looked up from the well of the court anu piteously murmured: "Mr. Sergeant Wil- kms! Un, Mr. Hergeant WilkiusI" "Silence, sir, replied the ser geant in a wrathful undertone. "Gentlemen, hecoutinued, bring ing his fist down heavily on the desk before him, "do you think that this lovely lady, this fair tnd smiling creature, would ever have permitted an offer of marriage to be made to her by thhJ stunted miserable atom of humanity, this stunted creature, who would have to stand ou a sheet of note paper to loos over twopence r The j'ury at once gave a verdict for the defendant. Argonaut England's'siiver Poller. There was a gathering of the sil ver clan two weeks ngo at Sir William liouldsworth's dinner table iu London to meet Mr. Whit ney, Senator Wolcott, Gen. Walk er and M r. Brooks Adams. Some what to the surprise of the party. Mr. Lidderdale, late governor of the bank of luuglanu, in his speech declared that international settle ment had bocomo inevitable, though he expressed the view that Eugland could hardly be relied upon to move in the matter until after a further crisis. The unanimous report from the select committee of tho senate ap Iiutod to inquire into tho scau dalu raised by Mr. T1 wards, the eorree'Kindent of the Thikdelphia Fresa, declares that all his material statements "are without founda tion in fact, and utterly untrue," and adds that his conduct "calls for the serious reprobation of the senate." It is uot a partisan re- (Kirt It is feigned by every mom. )er of the seuate committee. Jour nalism and truth should be insep arable, and the public newsparwr that disregards all reqect for the truth canuot hope to bo respected even when it shall happen to bo truthful. Philadelphia Times. Tho results of Thursday's elec tion show that To'Hiütelsni has made no advance in this state, that despite delays by eongrons in enacting legislation dcii:htnled by tho people, that dctqiito stringent times, depression iu basinet s Htid industries, the democrats -f Ten nensee have rallied to the support of tho party. Nitbhvillo An eri ca ii. Senator G forje oa the Tariff. Senator Goorgo has written a letter giving hs opinion as to tho difference between the eenata aud the Wilson tariff bills, lie gives a comparison as to the average schedule of tariff rates in the Mc Ilinley bill, tho lionso bill, and the senate bill, and shows that tho calculations put the average ad valorem duties under the McKiu ley law, at 49.53 jer cent, under the house bill, at 3o.5 per cent, and under the Benate bill, 3(1.79 per cent lie says the reductions made. while large aa compared with the McKiuley bill, are not as ho de sired, especially on the cotton and woolen and metal schedules, and that some taxes are not levied that he would like impoaed on lumber aud raw wool: nor doeB he like the sugar schedule. But the senator says on tho whole, tho bill as amended, is a lanje step in the way of tariff reform, aud will, if adopted, relievo the people greatly, duty having been taken off cotton bagging, cotton ties and agricul tural implements and other meas ures, lie, however, does r.ofc con sider tho senate bill aa perfect aud hopes that the conference committee will correct some of its inequalities and imperfections, and that other democratic senators have the same hope. The votes of democratic senators on specific items of the bill, the senator says, do not indicate their preference aa to those items, but rather tho concessions made, in many instances, iu order to have any bill passed at all. lie has al ways regarded the real contest as between the senate bill, (subject to correction in conference,) aud the Mclvinley bill now in force aa law, and has all along stated that he would vote for any bill that might be framed, if it were a sub stantial improvement on the Mc- Hinley bill. lteplying to the complaints made , that we have a democratic senate and tho democracy is re sponsible if a tariff bill is not passed in all respects satisfactory, Senator George Bays that it should not be forgotten the democrats have only three majority, and no more, in the senate. So that it is essential to the passage of any bill that it should receive atiout, if not quite, a unanimous democratic support Concluding the senator says: "It is a fact, and so announced by Senator Gorman in his speech, that the bill, as it came from the house, could not psss the Benate. lie also stated that the bill as amended, or proposed to bo amend ed by the democratic members of the finance committee, could pass. These facts should not bo over looked or underestimated, when you come to consider the course of the democratic senators who were quite willing to accept the Wilson bill as it came from the house, with only slight amendments. A tariff , bill contains over 4,000 ar ticles of commerce, upon each of which is to be determined; first, whether it should go on tho free list, and if not then' how much Bhould it be taxed. This shows at one glance how impossible it is for any one man to have the tariff ad justed to suit him. No bill can be passed, and no bid haa ever been passed, except by compromise of conflicting views. -If we had had a democratic majority, proportion ately as great as was the majority in the house, we would have disre garded the wishes of those who we think made unreasonable demands. We would not then have been nnder the necessity of compromis ing to the extent forced on us." The teleorams announce that J. W. lloiuhart has resigned his posi tion aa president aud receiver el the A.. T. & S. F. This haa been anticipated, and thogeneral opinion seems to be that a general chungo of hiidi officials will follow. It ia said that the Aide n-Spcar faction nrooose to have Mr. A. A. ltobin- bou put into Mr. Iteinhart's ikisí- lion as presivient wim headquarters at Topeka, and will then bring the former jeneral superintendent II. It. Nickersou. back to succeed Mr. Frey as general mannger. a m . The republicans of Michigan '1 1 . -mm tiave adopted a silver piuttorm. it the work l'(m b on as it now prom ises it will not lm long before the silver question will be out of rxjli- tics, lor all parties seem to be tumbling over each other to get into the silver band wte'on. The next house of representatives will bo a free coinage body. The Ken ate stands' today fur free coinage. Cleveland Plain Dealer. Dr. Price's Cream t-M. pyur ."oet Puft-ct I'aU. The juck-in-the-box sugar scan dal, winch vwtH sprung tci a sudden scare upon the vt holu country, Las been quietly picked to pieces by tho t ; ( '. i,d tenate committee find hi ' i Í .m d to be only a contempt ible be j'. boo, titer all, made up of the rngs of gossip inflated by a little wind. Ihe bold gentleman who let fly the lid nugallantly rau away in a fright himself. Thor ough, impartial investigation has discovered uot tho leftst.,traco of bribery, director indirect, on the part of the anxious sugar trust, nor the least Bhauow of Bugar spec ulation by auy of the senators, save two, during the cntiro present session of congress, aud those two Lad disposed of all their stock long ere tho hour of voting. The case against Senator Camden danger ously resembles a combination of forgery aud blackmail. The com mittee wisely takes occasion, how ever, to deprecate tho pressure brought to bear upon cocgrccs by the representatives of great indus trial trusts. This fiasco of Bmoke without fire contaius an excellent moral for tho future. Philadel phia Pkecord. 21 ax I mi of Marruaduke. That which we love in others most is tho love that we find for ourselves. Iu love, in literature and in art, the unwholesome it is that attracts the unhealthy. Tho right that man will never concedo to woman is tho right to do wrong. They that love easily seldom love long. A fast mau is often a slow bus band. There is nothing bo sensitive in man as his pocket Talent is little to a woman, title is much, tittle-tattle is more. Men always waut to understand women, women always want to un derstand themselves; should you wish to please both, writo about woman. There are general rules for women, out every womau is on ex ception. It is the vauity of man that gives power to woman. The misfortunes of some make the fortunes of others. . It is the critic that does noth ing who maintains that his neigh bor does nothing well. When we talk of the world trn always talk of our neighbor. Many go to church not because thev love God. but becausn fhov i i ' love caen otner. Politi"a rtrnviiV on flia TlOQClAna Ol tne manv for thn nrnhtnft in few. Truth, London. The Buonos Ayres Standard, of June 13 Bays: "Santa Fe wheat farmers have not been deterred by the low prices of prain this year, for parties who have arrived from that province inform ns that the colonists are ploughing up more land and Bowing more wheat than ever. The colonists have come to the conclusion that they can com pete against tho world, and in this they are not far wrong, limy can beat tho American farmers easily out of the market, and after this year's experience wo have no doubt that the majority of farmers in the ureat liepublic will back out of the competition. We may add that wheat-growing ia tho distant dia tricts of the province of Buenos Ayres has been abandoned by many farmers, who prefer going into alfalfa; wheat does uot pay them at such a distance and at present prices." The silver declaration of the Georgia demócrata summarily dis poses of the fraud and humbug- Kery uivoivou iu me arguments in favor of an impossible inter national agreement The demo cratic party of Georgia declares for the immediate free and unlim ited coinage of til ver, for the immediate restoration of the whito metal to its constitutional position as a money metal. Parity between tho coined dollars of the two metals is maintained now at a ratio of 1(3 to 1, and it would bo bo maintained if tho mints were opened to the frío aud unlimited coinage of silver tomorrow. At lanta Constitution. 111 y i f i '.NT-'"" I . Sj-Ij"- Absolutely Puro. A cream of tartar baking powder. Ilighestof all in leavening Btrength Latest United States Govern meat Food Itcjwrt. t ltoval Making PowUot Co.. 100 Wall Bt. N. Y. Stick to tho Truth. There is a good ileal of ad vert iV ing which amounts to downrig' lying. Men have no regard win ever for the truthfulness of wh they Bay, provided it 6hall nccon plish the purpose for which tht advertise. For instance: F. F Itoeslor, immigration agent ft the Texus & Pacific railway cor pnny, says: "Now, it is a good deal holtt and dryer in southern California Arizona, Colorado and New- Mexico, in midsummer, than it ú in Texas." No man who has been iu Tesa-i and New Mexico could make that statement having the slightest regard for his veracity. There may be Borne places in New Mexico, which are dryer than some ploceB in Texas, just as thero aro some places in Texas which are dryer than certain places ih New Mexico. But there is probably not a placo in New Mexico which is as hot in midsummer as the most favored placo in Texas; while in 999 parts of the Territory in midsummer, tho climate is a delicious luxury, as compared with any other part i of the United States, and as a summer garden compared to a bake oven, when brought into comparison with any part of Texaa Texas is a great country and has great advantages, but it is silly ns well as false to attempt to make it appear that the Texas summer climate can compare with that o IN ew Mexico. The Broken Hill Proprietary mine in New South Wales, whoso output of silver for a long timo averaged over UDO.OOO ounces per week haa recently mado an extra ordinary record. For tho week ending June 2 the yield was no less than uvoJld ounces of silver, 1,822 tons of lead and 575 tons of copper. Ihe total value or this output was equal to 100,7 . i pounds sterling or about &dJ,000. At a time when the chief silver mines of the world have found it necessary to restrict their out put, Australia may well be proud of such a record. It is necessary to explain, however, that the above quoted figures owe their magui tude to the half yearly clean-up of accumulated by-products, and that even the more normal recent yields of over 250,000 ounces per week tre owing to the removal by tho ojwu-cut system of tho low hill which forms the outcrop of tha great lode. The directora of the company have warned the share holders that such yields will not bo maintained for any length of time, and we may add that when tho easily worked surface ore has been exhausted the management will be brought to faco the treat ment of the largo masses of baso refractory ore w hich chaructenzo tht deeper workings of the Broken Hill mine. The successful work ing of this material has thus far (milled nt&llurgical ingcnuity.nml tho present market price of silver will prove a bar to the utilization of ore bodies which ore not only peculiarly refractory, but atao of very low grade. A strong sentiment in fuvor of free silver coinage at the ratio of 1G to 1 cropped out in the Mich igan republican convention and was fiveu expression by a minority report from the couimitteo on resolutions. A warm discussion was had and finally tho freo silver !)l auk was squarely voted down lu avor of one which tho minority considered as vngtie and in n-etmi- mittal from any standpoint. The Iow a democrats were none the lees vague which is hejx ful ns nguinst the free silver idea. T!ny d. elared for the restoration of ni ver, but oti terms wbtcliWoiiM lna'.t- t L i t A O th .''.US ilu il.r III;!! v' i .lid. ;. ,;. . ' : i p.c..ubi:..iiu. AwarJtdl inhcit U-aors WcrlJ' Vile, ! 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