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At:i:r. TrrSi z:l Lrta re IV KtTt'T ,111 V S, 1'- 2. A n il ('. 4 'i p. m. I:!i) " II . m. )rt (i " m " g l,n ' I.."ive . n . m. 1 i. m. 8 .no a. m. lh I I NA'i lotf. .Silver t it I Ix.'iiii'.iK.... N'l't i; í 7..n I I.H8 Cruee. ,. !i:lli:il ( lly (. iili'.iK" I'".. II It. in-Ji. m I & p. m. a j i .. 7 ' I p in. .. lll. III. .. Ill) " Tlio JW.irl.fts. M r.TAI. i ar silver.. , Leyd , county offickhs I M. W. rerterfleltl Pro' .Tmlire ,1 . W. Hwniiiti 'I ri'iisinrr K. M. 'i .'muí i'ri.tt-Hl" l.'i It A. It. 1iii.l i ...MieriK tl. W. Mili-. f A..Mir IL U Timt'll I Hin v, v.r H. H. Itrlmiiio. .( iiJ inI'miT R.vlnr hicuiiinn O if 'iil.imitT 1 Mien:.. l-oM'T Coti'nl'iWin.r 14. li iliieljiuiiiii .Bi limil f,ujK iiul;ml-iit CITY OFrlCEIta J. W. nomliiR Mfvor J. W. Curler Trejeeirer Win. F l-ereni: I ( lerK frrunk Wnniil . Attorn C. JU t'antley 1.. Marshal BOARD OF EDUCATION G. N. Wood, TVm. I'.rahm, K. 1 lovtcw. eovi'OU,''- Jas Olltctt Goo. I) Junes. M. K. White Martin Malier FIRB DEPARTMENT LA. Rkelly Ht. (ieorire ItnMnsnu A" 1.0. Whtteliill Foreman K Mevs l; h In Foreman J. V. W. F. Lorcuz Foreman HtxA n Chid stunt Chief tt. lio.e To K. Ilnw Co I Ladder Co To Correspondents All communications intend(d"for pub liontion in this paper must be addressed to the Southwkst Sfntin f.Tj, nod not to any individual oounonted witlj the ofiieo. All other business should b addressod to Allan II. Macdonald ) A'l correspondence, to insure publica tion, must reach thisoSicenoj, later than Saturday noon. I Tor Sheriff. ( I hereby announce myself M a candi date for the office of sheriff of Grant County, subject to the action of the Deuiocratio County Convention. Bayixir Shannon. Bear Creek, Aug. 25, 18U5. ! For Collector, j I hereby announce myself as a cnndi . date for the offloe of Collector of Grant County, subject to the action of the Democratic Convortion. O. Foote. . Aug. 11, 184. . 1 I, John F. Kious, hereby announce myself sa a candidate fur the ollice of (V.tector et GraaVCoutt'yWtTject to the action of the Democratic Convention. Joiík P. Ktous. Aug. 13, isai. I hereby announce myeolf as a candi date for the olV.ce of Collector of Grant County, subject to the action of the County Ilepublican Convention. A. B. Laird. Silver City, Aug. 23, 1801. tor County Citric. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the ollice of County Cler'.i eub joct to the endorBOineDt of the Demo cratic Conventiou. Ed. M. Yocua. Aug. 15, 1304. .'or Aeeeesor. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the ollice oí Assessor of Grant County subject to the action of the Democratic Convention. David IL Tullocx. Oak Grove, Aujj 15, lbO-i. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the ollice of Assessor of this County, subject to the endorsement of the Democratic convention tí. A. Alexakdf.k. Silver City, N. M., Aug. 17, 1J4. For County Cotumlesloner. I hereby announce myself aa a candi date for the ollice of .County Commis sioner for the í'irut District of Grant Couaty; subject to the action of the Uract Cour.ty IU-publicnn Convention. JO E. SUERIDAW. I hereby announce rr.yse!f as a candi date for County Cimmi.siuuer from the Firet lliHtri'il, subject to the action of the County Dernooruti-1 Convention. 1'. J. Davidson. Tinoa Altos, Aug. 21, IS:L I hereby auuounce myaul a catidiJnte for Ciunty Comuiiseiorier in and for Dibtrict No. 1, Grant County, subject to the action of the Grunt County Demo cratic Convention. J. Crocket Give.ns. Central, Ang.'A I hereby announce myself as a candi date for Hie ornee ut County comuna fiouer from 'the Third District, subject to tiie action of the Uouuty Djiu jcratio convention. A. J. ClRK. Doming, Aug. 27, liWL l or County t:U'.)Ol Buperlntendont. I hereby aunoiinc-e mjsolf us a candi date fur the ollice of County Bcliool biliperintenileiit Subject to tho endorbo inent of the Democratic County Conven tion. 15. T. ui.nk. Silver City Aug. 27, lWil. James ISuone has been alKjut here for the punt fe diiya buying ptuers (thrws ana up) to take to the Cherokee htrip. Stoves and tinware of til kinds at .i11IN!)M's tf Frc.-ih Block of tin and granite ware at K-jiíiisho.n's. tf Coo. Liowu I ns leceived the Bil l news jf liis iiKilher's ilouth at Vi'uulnwlii, W'í., en tl.o 2'ilh iiu.-t. Mr. lirov.u's 1'iuriy fi icu.W thruiiüliout this purt of the country v. ill fcymputhine v.iih him in Lis l.m-l. Mee the M.iji'i-l io buN'o. raoKHi at IioiuN- Ti.d D.-U..I A " I fit teen will cm3 h:it- on the :;.i : .mi 1 h.-ro i.eit -, iin'u.y. (..u.e I 1 e i I lit t p. in. Éil..i.p. Tí;i 'e v. ill 1 o e , f L. r tt.v.l u t , d ti ;.e t u tl.e nui, lu evcpipj; frini Domirp. W. ILJru k loft on V.'e Inerf.'iiy on a business trip to ICann.is. T. P. Conway, F..!-, win am, -tig the viiiitora to Snrjta Fe la,t wn-k. Gnniitl G-ki. Hull fnt bick on Friday from his vimt to rhreniir, A. T. II. I Tickett has (jone up to Manitou S'prin Colo., where he ia making a two weeks' st.iy. A. ITernlHirgor, one of Tinos Altos' in- diintrioiig mine owners, was in town on Thursday. Míos Dee ÍTooro is vinit!r (j with Mr. and ?,Ir3. C. TV Fvni snd the Misera Marble at LordHburg. W. Geo. Waring ia expected to arrive hare from Ilntue, Konora, Mexico, about tho firet of tlie month. W. T. Topham will leave this week in care of tho sheriiT for La Salle, Colo., where his brother lives. T. 15. h'avage and W. J. Pavnge, tho cnrrtrüti.o (Vnt ral minors, Epont Xucpday find V'lnoailHV in town. F. Allison came up from Hudson the early pnrt of lnt weik to lay in six months supply of provisions. Mrs. Gurdon Bradley and Mies Payne drove In oo Sunday efter a king country outing near the Gila hot springs. W. D. Duke, the popular manager of the Head, Hugin &. Iloarst Cattle com pany, epont Thursday DHjht In town. Geo. D. Jones and J. J. Bell returned from their Arizona trip on Thursday looking very brown and sunburnod. Max lleyman and his attorney, Joseph Boone, spent several days in town last week attending to a case in chancery. Mrs. Phillips and child came up from Texas on Saturday to join the doctor and make their future home in Silver City. John Graham and family came in from Whitewater on Friday evening and left on the following morning for Denver W. C. Forterfield, accompanied by his son, started out early last week to join Jo. PorterfielJ who is incamp on the up per Gila. Mr. Bennett has been appointed foreman of the C A outfit to take the place of Moee Ditrich, who has gone to Mexico. Rev. Mr. Cross, the popular clergyman who had charge of the Episcopal mission hero a couple of years ago, is likely to return to us. W. T. Troutman was laid up again sick in bed last week as the result of drinking cold water. lis was able to be out again on Saturday. Geo. W. Miles, our efficient County assessor, ran down to Las Cruces on Fri day to attend to some matters before the United States land office. J. W. Fleming, the careful and atten tive coal mine inspector, left again on Tuesday last on a our of inspection of the ooal mines of the Territory. Hon. Baylor Shannon, member of the board of County commissioners and can didate for the shrievalty, came in from Bear Creek on Friday and spent a couple of days in town. Dr. W. II. White, our well known dentist, started for Las Vefas on Thurs day to attend a meeting of the Terri torial board of dental examiners, of whioh he is a member. Little Miss lone Hodgdon came up from Dealing last Tuesday to attend the birthday party of her friend end play mate, Miss Lucille Bantz, and to spend a couple of days visiting here. Wm. Boull, auave and agreeable as ever, came all the way up from Sabinal, Mexico, last Thursday to call on old Silver City friends. Billy thinks he has struck it rich this time, "sure 'nough." J. Xi. Pisque, formerly ope of Silver City's popular reidenta, has just gone down into Mexico by way of Bisboe to investigate and report on some large mining properties for St. Louia and eut- Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Miltenberger and Dr. Yandull arrived here on Tuesday laet from St. Louis. They spent Wed nedday in town and left on Thursday for the Mogollona to have a look at the Little Fannie mine in which they are in terested. A. S. Gcnnng is down here from Albu querque seeing what the opportunities and inducements are fur starting a military academy at this place. Our people w ill cordially welcome Mr. Gear ink'. A regular Indian summer haze has hung over this part of the country for the last few dus. It ia an unnminl thing here. Home stiy it means the end of the ruiny seaaon, while others prod it to be the forerunner of a great storm. We have Dot heard of ny great volcauo being in action iu this part of the world On FriJuv. as the train from here pulled into the Deming etutiou, Cipriano Hernandez jumped from thetnnn before it tuppud. 'lhe train coming this wuy was ruuning f.u.t on the other truck an struck the unfortunate lunu in such way as to break his nock, duiiUi boicg, ot course, Instantaneous. The deceiin.iv was tbout 00 years old, aud btul funnel been a r;iilro-.nl num. lUiylor SLatmon, one cf the lwiding members of our premii.t conservative b!i! J of Cwimty commihoioiiers, tonnimu-c-d hiinn If in a cuid in this iwuie ta a cu:.!, i. to f..r the fchriMvalty -f (Jw-l (V.ii.ir. Mr. I.'.ui.ium i 4 B.i vrnll Uihjwi O.i., i , ' I tl.o C 'J th-.t hi. r-.n t, .,,!. i Bi.l l'i .'! I.lllf). l!j Lull h.U a , i,i up fur O.o 1.. t f.uiit. . i ). u ' Lid bvtw c-u J:-f Cu. .. II. kiml'y jiil humr.r, Birirt attention to his own In'.xinw.B while never meddling with other re!iplo'8 private nfTiirn,ti well bh hin c'd work fi.r tiie County during tho liit. trying )'r, have nm.lo him known not only to his brother raltlemen but to evp.ybixly in the County. Anybody r.-nnght, killing quail tieforo the l.'cnl time will lie prosecuted by the oilver City Gun Club. H Hie Circle round up out Pit pnnwl throiiRh here on Fridiiy on its way to the Mangus and Burro mountains, where work was expected to be finished to-day or to-morrow. . Wm. Pose was practising on Monday evening with tho local fat men for their return match with Deming. While running for third base his foot turned under him and tho ankle was badly spnimod. lie has been laid up at home Hinco. An impromptu oanno wan got upon Friday evening by the bachelors. The Fort Bayard band was telegraphed for, and about seventeen couples danced through a warm summer's evening from 9 o'clock till 1 in the morning. They enjoyed themselves vory well in a languidly vigorous way. Bring along your announcements, ye candidates! And don't forgot to bring along that 110 at the same time. If yon want the voters to know that you are In the field announce it io the South wh&T Sentinei, and every voter in the County will be made acquainted with the fact. J. Crocket Givens, the man who has gained the reputation of being the beet justice of the peace in Grant County, and who hsa proved his ability to make a miDe a paying success (a form of business ability by no moans common) announces himself in this Issue as a candidate for County commissioner from tho first district. Thos. S. Iloflin, Esq., has resigned his position as assistant United States at torney for the Territory. Mr. Homming way, United States attorney, wants a new arrival in New .Mexico, Mr. Geo. P. Money, appointed to fill the "ucancy, but tho people of southern New Mexico generally would like to see E. V. Chavez ot Socorro fill the office. Monday of last week was tho fifth an niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Carter's wed ding. A number of their friends bought a very handsomechair and quietly placed it on their verandah as a pleasant re minder of the day. Borne of their more jocular friends tried to buy a load cf wood and pile it in front of their gate, but it so happened that there was do wood in town that day. The card of J. F. Davidson, announc ing himself as a candidate for the office ot County commissioner from this dis trict, will be found in another column. Mr. Davidson came to Grant County eleven years ago and stayed for the first sir months in tiilver City, since which time he has lived in Pinos Altos. He is known as a reliable, clean man, and a cautious and successful business man. Ifonry Wood of Cuitral hns ptiirtod op the 1 ') mine ami i tiiUiii; out good ore. The lWp Down mill at Movollca will ntHrt tip at oivo working on rtif-'tum ore while development is being carried for ward in tho mm". The Little Fannie has already shipped in throe and thn Dm pD.iwn two largo bricki of gold nn.1 silver bullion since lhee two mills started up sgnin. Bumper tables, taken from the old Aztec nuil above Silver City, have lieen put In to the McAllister mill, at Cen. trnl and the mill is being got rady to go to work immediately. A carload of concentrates was shipped from here on Friday by Tom Ilolmnn. The oonefntratf-a were from Gopher oro. Mr. Holman has leen working a reduced force in his mino lately. The Coloiili.l Mining compnny las kept richt along shipping two or three bars of bullion a week in spite of hard times and scarcity of water. Its proper ties have proved themselves the steadiest producers among the mines of south ern Now Mexico. A. Horsberger has only three mon working oo the Western at rinos Altos a1 present. At a depth of 210 feet where tiipy sre now taking out ore the vein has pinched both north and south. There are good hopes of its widening out again, however, before long. The Savage Bros, are doing some Yery ingeuioua work on the Gulch mine, on which they have taken a lease and bond. They found the workings full of wator and, on sampling the dump, they found that the fine stuff carried a good deal of coarse gold. They accordingly put up a borsewhim and hoisted out the water, so as to clear the workings for regular min ing operations. Alongside the shaft they built a large tank and into this they are dumping the water. At tho lower end ot the tank they made a series of sluices, and in this they are washing the screenings from the dump with the water which they aro clearing out of the mine. The results are proving the wisdom of their ingenuity.' Letter List. The following is a list ot tho uncalled for letters now held in the Süfer City poetofiice, August 27, 1S01: Párela, Vgnaoio (2) Bolgaus, Carlota Bunch, W. L, Campos, Cisto Casey k Adams Cleark, Robert C. Callejos, N. Humpson, J. H. Henderson, Mrs. Tj. Jimenes, Francis Rico, Clemente, (2) Roberts, J. H. Snyder, K D. Smith, Mrs. Lillie Tamer, Nasif Towers, W. A. (2) Winon, Miss Madge Wedel, Chas. Wood, J. li. Please say "advertised" when asking tor the above letters. . L, A. Skilly, Postmaster. CK0P BULLETIN. Another large suit has juot been won by our former fellow townsman, John M. Wright. Mr. Wright acted as attorney for the Consolidated Wyoming Gold Mining company in its suit against the Champion Gold Mining company, and his clients claim that the case which he has juot won involves a matter of 85,000,000 to them. Tho Ban Francisco Call gives over a column ot its spaoe to the matter. Another long headed republican has shown his desire to have his name brought generally before the people. Ia our column of announcements will be found the card of A. B. Laird, our present sheriff, who wants the republi can nomination for collector. Mr. Laird has lived for fifteen years in New Mexico and is one of Grant County's land marks. We trust that his laudable ambition may be gratified and that he will receive the nomination of his party in order that we may have a chance to beat him. Joseph Boone .has withdrawn his an nouncement as candidate for the County school superintendency. Mr. Boone nas found out that, under the new law, the salary attached to this office has been reduced to Í700 a year. He thinks this is quite inadequate compensation for the time and work ho would have to give to it. It is tobe regretted that as good and fitting a man as Mr. Boone should not have felt justified in making the race for this important office. Word comes from Taos that Julio Vigil, aged 75 years, died at his home in that county on the 11th inst. Don Julio it was that the republican political leaders had 6uoh a scrup ovr three years ago at the Silver City convention. His voto and proxies were needod by one faction who sought to knock out the other, and henchmen of the other faction actuully kidnapped the old man atLamy Junction while en route to Silver City. New Mexican. Clarance Bayne callod at this office last week to object to tha paragraph about tho injury to a little girl from reckletss bicycle riding which opjieared in last week's Southwkst Si.ntiníu Mr, Bayne admits that he was riding toofimt and that Mr. Brahma little daughter was struck on the buck of tho head by the scut of his bicycle so severely as to make a bleeding wound, "but," he said, "bo far as not stopping to see if the child wua hurt, it is not so." This is published at Mr. Ii.iyiie's request. The bufiiiwuiT KhNTiNKL, ur,;es on the city council the I'tiuunge of an orduu.nce kbni.lut.ely pro hihiling the riding of bicycles on side walks, and furious riding anywhere on tho streets of Silver City There ur many littlo children au t nervous women lieie, i.i.J no mutter to bni.rui o riilr may be La mo, .nut avoid aecklVuta to tl.em at times if he iiUs fuii.n.nly. In any cu.,e tho sidewalk is for foot j .-i ..-,eu ' 1 ...!,w-h 1 t a iu 0.. nl.r.:: I,,, H -ia un 1 not for v.!. N ..! e..-iy iiic.rp'iiat. l.iid 1 i.s fci.i h !) Imw r. (.:ii!,i'': !.-!..,', at 1 ti.,-i f i !.'.: t,'..UWS t'.-j l. C-t I '.. i t! Of the iicTr Mexico Weather Service Fur the Week Eliding August 20. U. 8. Dept. op Agriculture, Weather Bureau. ) Bulletin No. 14 The past week has beon favorable for all agricultural inter ests. A good rainfall is reported from nearly all sections, except the San Juan Volley. Tho improvement in all growing crops aud the cuttle ranges in the south em part of the Torritory wonderful, and if favorable weather contirnc? there is yet time for a good growth ot winter feed on the ranges. In the Pecos Vulley rain was Dot badly needed but what has come has been very beneficial, everything has made good growth, and the cattle ranges are repor ted to be in good condition. Iu the San Juan Volley but little rain. tall is reported for the week, and the cattle ranges are reported to be in very poor condition generally, but all crops are looking we)l, duq to a good supply ot water for irrigation. In the north-cen tral and north-eastern parts of the Ter ritory, where there has been an eicellent rainfall all summer, everything is in splendid condition, crops all doing well aud the cattle ranges covered with feed. In many localities tho wild gramma grass is being cut and the hay, which is unsur passed in quality, finds a ready sala at good prices. Tha following extracts from a few of the reports received at this office will be found of interest: Farmington (Sun Juan Valley) Warm ard cloudy but no ruin. Plenty of water for irrigation and crops growing fine, no grass on range. Hull's Peak Another week of fine growing weather bus puased. More fa vorable weather is rarely seen here. Har vesting begius in few days. Ciruella (near Wagou Mound) Fruit doing fine. Fine rains last few days. Giaiuma grass w ill be In fine condition for hay. Fine prospect for winter feed on ranges. Stock in line condition. Wutrous Crops looking well, gratis on I range good. Heavy, rains. Laa Vegas Tho week has been shady and moiut and in every way very favora ble to grass and crops. Ruinfull 1.C2 inches. Galliuas Springs The rains nd cloudy weather is helping out crops and starting the grass again. Pecos and Gullinas riv ers high all week. Windsor's Ranch Tho weather con ditions for the past week have been favorable fur the advancement of all kinds of crops. The range and rungs oattlo are in good condition. Alma (Western Socorro Co.) Cannot surest any improvement for the weather this week. Condition of ranges and cut tle iniprovt-d in a marvellous manner. Growth ot fall crops wonderful. Ia Lua Wa have had a grand grow mg week. The good ruins followed by so much cloudiness have been uioet beiie ficu.I. Fine ponche and apples are be ln marketed, and all kinds of wgotubleb are abundant. Rmcon - Fair rains and cloudy du)8 l.iit'j made this a food week f .r f rowing. Th.-ro bl.oul.l le gool grazmjt on the I..1 ,. - H t i i :S f .ill. 1 i ! Tío! ty .f vu.t. r for irr'i.ti..ti. s ' and nnv-4 iu - .1 1 ';'- Itesnlntlom. Whereas, H has ploi 1 .tin, 1-1, (y (rod to take from om midst our I ,!omv' brother, Tlmimx Iten.v 1! n.h. who departed Dim life on tl.o Hih'dny (,f Jul)', lk':l, therefore tx. it Resolved, 1'b nt Miiw.nrr has lor.t a worthy nieinLer and society nn honored citicn. Resolved, That wo express our sincero sympathy with the berenved family of our brother and commend them to the care of Ilim w hod.ieth all 0,iri well. Lefiolveil, Thst theno resolutions lie spread on the records of the ludiré and a copy lie sent to the family of the de ceased snd also copies furnished to the Silver City papers. Jons R. Adaiii, F. J. Dai.t, Jas Wmxiam, Committee. riiotographlnir. I wíh! to fmnounco that I have PRlnhlirihed my busincRS in Mr. Skolly's oUl pftllery and nm pe iiftrt il lo do 1 kii.ua of work in tho photoyriphio huf. Tho pub lic enn bn nRsurod of Rlwnys got- ung the highoflt uraun of work at renKonablo pricoB. atcr color and crayon portraits a specialty. cr.il and Bee mo and inspect mv work. 35tf A. Miller. Notice. . A mnss meeting of the democratic voters of precinct No. 3 will be held st Moinil hall Saturday. September 8. 180-1. for tho purpoee of choosing 20 dehates to represent tho oreoiuet in the County democrutio convention to bo held at (Sil ver City September 17th to nominate County officers, and to elect delegates to the Territorial domocratio convention. C. G. Bkix. Member demoerntio central oomuiiltce for precinct No. 3. Kenneth Paemoro hn l the good for tune to receive s small bolt I of Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Dnirihii'l bemedy when ihreo men .hers of (,! tain ily were f ( k Willi dyi.ent.-ry. 'i his one email buttle cured tl.eni nil sn.l ino bu I soma f(, which he gave to Geo. W. linker, a jirominnnt merchant of the phiew, Ixw iHton, N. C, and it cured him of the samo complaint. When troubled ii.h tlypentnry, iliurrhii-a, colic or cholera morbus give tois remedy a trial and you will b more than pleaned with the ro iiilt. Tho pinieo that naturally follows its introduction him! use has made it very popular. 'V and 50 cent bottles fur sale by W. Ij. Jackson A Co., Druggists. l. nosEuncnc, Loot Mid Ehco linker Repninrg tieit'y a:ul J rrn, My d f.- Sat iid.ct ion giismnierd. ,My prices r.ii jiint low enoiii;h to enit tho hard tin t s. Give me a call. CILVtn CITY. N. M. L. A. Skelly snd C. C. Whitehill are back from lifts Ves-iis. Mr. Skelly was elected vice president of the Firemen's association. Steve Uhle's Dew saloon--ths Cavo 1 tf. If you want a prescription filled go to rortorfield'8. 3-1 tf National Irrlgition Chegre st Denver September 3 to 10. For the above oc casion tickets will bo on sale from Sept ember! to 4 inclusive, good to return Septetnlior 15, one fare for round trip, 830.85. J. II. Ml' DOE. School Boobs. Am prepared íobuppIv Boutliern New Mexico with hcuooI booka. 3-ltf W. C. Tortprfiold. Iron Ore. Furnished in any quantity, write prices to v. J I. IMeweomb, Agent. P. O. Box 532. Silver City, N, M. for As will be seen in the column of an nouncements, that sturdy democrat, pleasant gentleman and progressive buai ness man, A. J. Clark ot Deming, has come out as a candidate for county com missioner for the third district. If elected there is no doubt that Mr. Clark will make a thoroughly sound, first-class official. "I know an old soldier who had chronic diarrhoea of long standing to t-.Rve been permanently cured by taking Chamber. Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhcca Item- edy,"says Edward Shuinpik, a prominent druggist of Minneapolis, Minn. "I have sold the remedy in this city for over seven years and consider it superior to any other medicine now on the market for bowel complaints." 25 and CO cent bottles of this remedy for salo by W. I Jackson & Co., Druggists. L. A. Skolly has sold his photograph Ing business to A. Miller. Mr. Miller lived for a number of yeurs at Globe, A. T., but when the times got dull be loft there and went to Chicago. A few months in that city convinced tim that Silver City was a more desirable place to live ant do business in. lie nas accord ingly oome hero to make this his home. Ilay for Bale at tho Broadway Bottling- Works at $11. a ton in 10 ton lots and $12. a ton in 1 ton lots. 221 f Buy school books, slates, pen cils, school boy's pens, ink and pencils of W. 0. Porterñeld. 31tf What has become of that general round-up? Some of the cattlemen about here are asking about it. A mem ber of the oommittett was here the other day and said a call for a meeting would bo issued at once. Tho committee had better got togethor and isiLue the call promptly, or drop the matter. Go to work, boys. Fresh, home-made candies every day at 35f Hose &, Fritteb'b. If you wont a little f nn and re laxation pro to the White llotife, Bell fe Uurvey, proprietors. ICtf A fine lino of cigars at Nolan's. Corner opposite postofllce; ICtf Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Bell and son, Mrs. Hwift, Chas. Ashton and Mr. Dounce of New York leave tomorrow for a camping ttip to the Gila hot springs. Dr. Price' Cream Dating Powder World's Fair Hlght Medal and Diploma. Dr. Williams expects to attend the meeting of the Territorial Modioal Asso ciation, of which he is vnw-proaident, at Albuquerque on the llth prox. Go to the Cave Saloon fresh Auheuser Bjer. for a glass i'J tf of Teacher's Examination. The examining board of Grant coun ty will hold a teachers' oinininatiun, to lierjin promitly at 8 a. iu., Saturday, September 1, lH'.H, at the publio school building of Silver City. R, li. TlIKILMAN, Slipt. J. J. Bi;i.i Chairman, Mrh. W. L. Jackson, Kou'y. Yon can moat always find what i . y i you want iu tno irtigs ana stationery liao at I orterheht s. 3itf. keeps If you want drticrs pro to Portor- fiolds. 8-1 tf The news of Indians having been seen in .hA southwestern part of the County has been confirmed. When your work is dono ero to tho White House for a littlo fun. ICtf Hoi? In this citv on Monday, August 20, to the wife of W. 11. Killbren, a eon. If you want school books pro to Porterfield's. 3itf The Normal school opens next day. Mon- My Btock of drugs, books, patent medicines is always completo. W. C. Porterñeld. 31tf A telephone line will probably bo built from here to the Mogollona ere long. Cold drinks at The Cave, Steve Uhlo proprietor. 3tf. Fresh fruits arriving daily at Nolan's, opposite Postoilico. 19tf. W. M, Taylor of Alfison has been in town looking up political fences. The best public and private club rooms in tho city at ICtf The White House. If yon want anything in drugs, stat ionery or sundries go to Porte r- idelda. 34tf The choicest wines, liquors aud cigars, the most skilled bartenders and the warmest welcome for all at The White House. ICtf E. A. Cunningham is spending a few dnys here from Mogollón enjoying town Buy your reading matter at No lan's. The cheapest and most completo line in the city. 19tf. Seasonable drinks at tub cave Ctf If you want painta go to Torter- neias. 31tf JJAVB TOtH HANOI 7 1 M I) HY ' C. IL CdllAiFIIEIl. Leave orders at Portei field's. 3. y. VERA, OILS, LAMPS, dLASSWAiUi. Lubricating and Coal Oil a specialty SILVER CITY, NEW MEXICO1 S.5 Ur. VV. H. WHITE, f 1, X TD IU 3ST TIST tin administered (or lue palnlostcxtrtUclif of tee lb. H ( , i- Víí i SKSLLY'S Photographic STUDIO. SILVER CITY, N. M, NAISER ERCST Barter Shcp&Bath Rccins The Beat ritce In The City To Utt a nice easy nave or a ood bnlh Broadway, Ilelew Billiard Ht. O. C. IIINilAN, 8ILVF.K CITY NEW MEXICO. WM. STEVENS, riSOS ATL03 f t ' a1 Fino Alto, Nm Mexico. fiÚcEí'iENTS QjtP i t n - - Holding out Steve Uhle, at tlio Cave saloon, only the bot goods in h.d line. ltf. To all conoernod: For the Knights of Pythias Conclave to be held at Wash ington, D. C, August 27 to Septendwr 5 the Santa Fe will make a rule cf one ture for tho round trip. Tickets will be on saleAuguet ''Jrd und 2lth, good to re turn to and including September 8, con tinuous puaiago in each direction. 3!! 3t J. H. M cook, A'i'tit. Jo Stanley got hark from California on Niind..y int.-tit and left next inoi nlng for KuiiHiui t!ily to look after his caUlo. I base fce, i. red tha i.ency for one or two ill nt i.-bii s tiie ini-uriiiice cmnj ai.ies pi. snd em ,i',y the f.-r Inducements ! That is what we are always doing, but are now doing more of it, and on a lurger scale than ever before. We have a select stock of seasonable goods in Clothing, Huts, Caps, Boots, Shoes and everything in the gentlemen's furnishing lino. The quality Is good, styles correct, and, lieet of all, the prices are thoroughly consistent with the times. C. C. SHOEMAKER. "tut? nmr LIU 11 JUL J-V) Cerner of Yankee Street and Broadway, feriner ly occupied !y Tlieo. lii iKinan, the lulliir. 8TEVB VIILK, rrojrrlto. GEO. R.BROWN, O. S. Deputy Mineral and Land SURVEYOR BlLVElt CITt, K. tVOiflte on lank street. M. pARLOR ALOON, fiy btrwt. i nn JOHN CAR2GN PrODrtCtcr. .i IP p p? n M M J 'Si DENVER, COLO. All tho Finest kinds of LIQUORS and CIGARS I)el monico RcslauraiAt. Mll.-'. CIETZ, l'nq 1-ielrerS. Wert ida of lluloird !-; "o.el ay uiul !-'pi in reet, ; Sire ILVr. CI I V, .'I.', I, it w m n nxiro. JJÍ K. BbUUNUAME. 440 LAwrruce í?írut. UENVKU, fttwl fit t tí ul n ten! . ÍmkI H i " I hnul 1'Ui.n tl icUucd, iiH-l'.t ii, r un ( U.i-tv tJl, h;. 0 . ;r . mvrr; in t . ... i . . .... 1 1 H'LLAl;l:';il;:.::r, 3i.l l' i it S...i'.li el 1 ,, t ei -i t, i i r.i i t t; S 1 . V 1 . \n\n : : ' í : . i, ir.-t. .Tonn II. 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