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Ml Ml! ! f1 A. i A, 'V, 1 . it i ;:v Mí,. y, a 9 fi O VOLUME XX. SILVER CITY. NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1891. LÍO. IV J Q. BF.IX, Attorney t Lw, TN.trlet Attorney, itLviRcirr, - srwMfiiro, -raix a watGflT. Attorneys. tlbVIU CITt - .. - K!W Kf.IICO. J- A. ANCUBTA, Attorney at Law. p'-Vc n ll rt tt Territory. Crtratn! lw a frr1lr . Ofl!', eur. Irtatand Spring .trei.H. iT.vr.R ;itt. - - . nr.w mfttoo Attorney it Lew, OT.ío eerwet Mreadway ftud M0 ItfwL tt.VKR CITY... H7W EKAIOO jg- l. riniirrr. Attirnoy t Lsv, Kn.VEfiCItT KEW WEHOU ' AM3S B. FIELDER, Attorney at Liw, ' 3Hc over tAl'v. City Kail weal Ruk. 611. VE 3 CITY, - JCKW MBX10O. Attorney t Lv, 'TA' I a CITT - - W MI11CO "4 U. HAKLLEB, Attorney it Lw, M A won Miiitm 6ter, en T.hUkíU Street ".aves crrr....: pitw mrxico .:r ' T.OHON a. BASTZ, Attorney ft. '.:.v. 1 - RK OTTV .S5JTt?r ! CO Attorney t Law, 8. t-n.y r-i rirr Atíirvy t tfiw. ixt ' lí ' : v rr:! !'i Lt. ":.. lífV.- . ' '(.-0. i. rit ail. V. V. XbK'Moa.. 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'iiiiuir ktiii-ntji l jviti .1. lin( M aiom', O. C J. J. SitKUlDAW, K. R A I- Ao. u. vy. Me.-: no l)t 1r.t And 3d Towuity ntphtt mli iimut li t Matdililo Hall. I'viitiw ti. -n f.r ii..iy uinUvJ. J. iL í JV. iu, Al. W. Ú. Vi . I.t i Art. l i .'. !urihts. f Y iL ll.lt'H. i 1 . S"i . !(vi ut the r-tiuih, Fr-ai1ay, asar liiiitouii l.'i.int'. en.iy fniMlay M U a. m. aud t u. IU. OH' 'if '.""I " '' l.y. VV. B. ruin. A. ii rxiof. ''IccV.inttxs. -vtillia:j f. í.oiir.NZ, y fJotary PuLüo. or.i' t Put cok. (llfft City, - Ni. lit-xlv). j A, ri. ( A i 1 i. U, fj Airy Ptil!!?. O "'.,. ir) . . --r Ci'.y N.i'.it't.! Üai.k. I GRANT COUNTY d SilTer Cltr raid a Híudaoue CompUnirit hj the It are a of luí iulrrUoii of Thl Torrltory. Á itriof Kesurne of the Work. Tit Buro.u of Immigration, through iU ellicieut B3rBtry, Max Kraut, of 8ao U Fe, hu just iw)Utd baaiiiouie hand bxili of 'Hi pufc-, ahowing th rm)uro ch, eliraalo, Ktvrphy, Rookvy, hmtory, riUtiHtio auti futura pronpH;Ui of this Torritory up to L)totr)br lj, lHiXi. Th vorlc la eoaU-.lliwliwJ with rjrje cngmv nirfntif Ilia pnocipal citioa, tuouDlains, valiejs, miuiiiK canipB, rancho, fruit furnia aod the numerous beuutil'ul oent- and plesure resorte which Liouud in thm salubrioun cliiaaU nd futuro el flor a.lo of the south went. A tiattariLiff tribute is paid to O mot Ccunty'a wealth produoing reeouroea, l.'X iuooDtpamble wtoitHry advaatawi, bcjiutiful soenery, broiul raD?o, bright, r"jtd rivtira and eoterpriBiii people. We are credited with 2U0,00t) head of r.- u!i. aud uuuieroua Hooka of nhep upon o,i: ranpea; an konual pr'Miuction of ' ,X-,0-nJ iu oíd bullion and SüO,ü(JO in :..A :i ere, bwaidee rich minea of load, co;r,:or, opiün, turquois and other rare r-.(l fftluable KcniHtonoe. j We tiod ithe followicg in risrij -to The ootinty eoat i Hilver City, situat ed at, the foot of Tinos Altos, ir the lauiiful C'hihuahun vnlley. All the northern helf of the county and parts or tiooorro oounty ana Arizona are üi reotly tributary to it, aud it outiits dor it of Kurroundnig campe. It lies Ht tde end of a brauoii hoe of the Santa Fe road, and enjoys the advaul8iis accru ion to every lartfe aupjily depot. Its banks, oourt house, hoepitalB, stores. publio st houls, botéis aud other build ings of a public and setui public charac ter would do credit to an eastern county hunt, átnoe the opening of the Santa Hi to coppor mines in lO it bos beet) a town site, but the energy of the last duo ade bss done more for its advancement than nil the previous years. Situated 9 it is, surrounded by niiils and oonceu- LrsUirs, altnoet in the Tery o.ntr of the titiiri nioo, iu aUbility and nrowper li ; aro aiurtid. Larpe buBinxie blocks ere tudt or projected, and during the l'a.r about twenty-live business i'üwh and handsome residences were built within the city limits. It has a number of civio and social organizations. llm water-work, lying about two miles from town, assure the city not only of a good and pure supply of water, but, as there is a normal ireru,ure in the tiro hydrauta of 144 puuuda to the inch, uu ciuuity from the ravans of that danger ous element is certain. The water is pumped to a high reeervoir by powerful maohioery. It is taken from a tuimt-1 wliK-h drifts aenws bed rock the full width of the valley. Under anything like ordinary circumstaooM the supply is more thuu ample, building materiul is very cheap mi the surroundui(r moun tains furnish lumlar and stones of the bt-st character. This method of devolopini a wator supply is worthy of a complete and tch tiii'al dewiptioQ. Space however does not permit thia The water is s'opiwl on the bed T-k by sub drains. The lo cation ib in a wide awala or shallow val ley leading down from the l'lnos Altos towards bilver City. No watjr what ever runs on the surface. This under drainage is an important factor iu the etyiiiotiiio development of the arid weft, bilver City is a notable mum pie. Not only has she an ample supply for domes tic and nanitary puntoe of a large city, not deuiduut on chance b.'iowhis, but through her piiuiping syateui she is re lievod as much as poomble from danger of tires. The court bouse, the honpitals, the fins bloeks that hue the bumuens streets, the chutehen, the rommodious and com fortable huU'ls, of which there are four, give the city a metropolitan air. The salubrious chms'e tnakeH good the I jntl claim as a FHintariums ISituated at fitx.ut ,) ft-et elevation, at aiout. 35 d r H 1 i M-oonda north latitude, pro tetued by encircling mountains, all the Conditions f re p rfi t for the preeorva tion of hi-ajth or the rrtdorklioii of the invalid to aoumi phvHiitl exiftene. The (irings are early and winWs imlil, w hile the summers are never torrid. The lat itude is the ("tine us that, of tho north ern nonet of the (Jiilf of Meiioo, but the hrnt in t-oiniM-r.nl by an e!vtioii of tiuue than a mile aUive theeea. The a;r ozon.ite.l, and the li.t'tience of the pine fui. i-le ih frit hko biiii.i.iii in every br-ntii. '1 he invalid who settles here ill tiiid his intureMt iu hfe reviving, lie will mix with a hn,iny, cultured opu l.u'it, tml in a fcl t irt time vtiM l';n. him- eelf d'ti'ilhrillig bllellieriH. Ilrt will tllld ground cheap and matiTial pittuiiful to build a home, to which purpose the uni Ti-ri-al In n il ill. t y of the puople in pel him, sed IU a nIioi t tiiue he tulil f..l hiiu.-if H Uk, ful n.t-icbi r t;f a gro'.gl ifid tliris'ii.' ci.ihiniMni v h .Kt r Cty kaa a tron Jul f u ! 1 b 'bht f jt'J r. TERRITORIAL, A largo party, iuclntlinR Ciiptain Cirioraon, formerly well known bcrr, is on t,n elk hnnt in north wefltflrn Coiormlo. Hon Anthony Joseph baa do nated tlio Ec 9HrT la-mi to a rsst ern r jmiicut who will epnd ?2r0- 000. m ft eanitarinm at Ojo C liont. An soon m Ihft tíiríff bill be compfl effectire, thi Bororro Btneltcr will resume operations and special effort will be made to eocure Cochiti orea. The sentence of S. M. Folaotn, president of the broken Albnquer que brtnk.bas been afiirmetL lie was sentenced to Cre years in the peni tentiary. Owners of orchards and pardena are reminded that the Territorial law requires them to take proper measures for the destruction of uoxious insects. General Manager Curtis, of the Socorro fire clay works, feels great ly encouraged over the outlook for re-opeuing the plant since the pas sage of the tariff bill in congress. A company with $1,000,000 cap ital stock has been organized in Kansas City, Ks., to work the mica mines of New Mexico, the princi pal of which are about Tres Tiedrea in Santa Fe county. The output of the Hillsborough gold mines was 17,83-3 tons of ore for the week ending Aug. 30th. Shipments of matte, ore, couceu tiatee and bullion were made from there during the srime week to the amount of over $8,000. Archbishop P. L. Chapoll, of Santa Fe, has postponed, until fall, the ceremony of hia investiture with the pallium, in order that come renovations that are beiDg ma le in b is cathedral may be com pleted. George P. Money, of the Santa Fe bar, received noticed of his appointment by the attorney gen eral as assistant United States attorney for the Territory of New Mexico. lie succeeds Thoa. Ileflin, of this town, who resigned. The committee of the Territorial bar association to draft the legal code for presentation to the legis lature, is composed of Messrs Prince, Childers, Bantz, Jones aud Richardson. The January meeting will be hold in Santa Fe and the next annual meeting, in Albuquer que. John Mack has arrived in Las Cruces from the Sanol camp and rejwrts a most wonderful discovery in a iniuti. At a depth of 100 foot they Btruck water in which were found myriads of frogs about half an inch long, black as charcoal and blind, their sightless eyes ex tending out like horns. The water ia as pure as a crystal. There ia said to bo considerable branding done on the Animas and Playas valleys that is not legiti mate. "What is known among the cowboys aa the lntoruatiuiial Cat tle compuuy is said to have more Lraiidcd calves than it has old cattle and there is no record of any of its cows haviüg twins. Matters are being very closely watched down there and it would not surprise tlio Liberal to hear of a sudden death ia that part of the couutry. Liberal. in In vest or on StatokuoJ. Mr. O. E. Cromwell, of New York, largely interested in New Mexico, particularly iu lands at Las Yegua, Albuquerque and HuntI Fe, fqK'ut yesterday in the city en route cant. Ila has been in New Mexico fur four weeks and nays ho finds ailairs iu very much lx-tter bhaue than he exiecU-d and he will liiiAe report iooortliuly upon Lis return to tha -t. As to statehood, Mr. Cromwell, who is a IlopuLlii'iui, said: "t'npittd id fchy of a tt-rritory. Mm t-f tni.riey kuosf nothing of ttirih.rial and they wi!l i.t.t fclii.y ! - 1-tvg rf a roinlry nit it ly b li f.rn if invent rnef.íí would Lo -.fa. I. sk ría '.--.to it would be different. Confidence in our institutions would at once be established, capital seek invest ment here and an influx of immi gration would be the result Should New Mexico not' be ad mitted tinder the present adminis tration, I fear that she will remain & territory for many years to come." New Mexican. Tbe Arlioss lcllaa Tribes. Apache means man Adn. Of the Apaches there are the Tontos, (fools), Chiricahua, (mountain); the Mimbrenos (Mimbres river); the Mojaves, (half breeds); the Coyoteros, (Coyotes); the Mescal, eros, (mescal eaters). The Pimas are on tho Gila river; the Marico pns are on the Gila river; tbe Maricopas are affiliated with the Pimas; Papngoes are baptized Pimas; Yumas are on the Colorado river; Mojaves are on the tipper Colorado liver; Moquis inhabit the Indian city, called by the Span lards the City of the Buffalo, and described by the poet Southey, as descendants of thecolony of Madoc, Prince of Wales, who sailed west in the 12th century with several ships and never returned. These are by far the most interesting Indians in Arizona. They have visited Salt Lake City and con versed with Welsh Mormons, but, the idiom ia much changed in all these centuries. There was a tradi tion that they had a Welsh bible, but it has not been found. The Yavapais are mountain Indians in the northern part of tbe territory in Yavapai county; the Hualapais are a mountain tribe on the Santa Maria;-the Supais are a remnant of the cliff dwellers, near the canyons of tbe Colorado river; the Cacopas ( Water Indians) are on the Colorado river in Mex ican territory; the Navajees (Kuif ers), are iu the northern part of Arizona and New Mexico. Er Iltal I bar )nt rAnrnp4 sad, peeplnc In, I tr. Diy wife a id my rival Ibtr., Ills Sik half timet) b.r v.lvU cbt.k, Asd their eye. bura loy. In tha trsllaht i ai. Oh, wiiy o t sot. Ilk. tas sua tn Mi. booki. Creep bark duwa tha stain and Uilo lbs nlntit. And lat. ni, pala asd D.y datad Mil For.Tar sut of my sarlleg'a tight? Or why Dot fllnf the door wM. o pao, Coufrotil tali Tíllala wlta aralltug fac. Disown till, wife wdxm hnart la a not b.r a, Anfl.lltrs atoaawUh ny dpdl.i(racT W hat wa. Ib.U .oundt A kin, I .owl Trt, would you to lleve ItT I siull. with oy. And bow I am kla.hig tb.in both myself For yo see, hd'i my llltls bsby boy, -Lira. Cattlo. Jiotes. Cattle owners in Graham coun ty, A. T., are suffering greatly from depredations by thieves, and aro confident that an organized band of rustiera is operating over there. At all the veterinary and modi- cal congresses tho opinion has always been expressed that the flesh from tubercular animals, whatever may be its condition, was unfit for human use, and Trot Koch has tried to prove by numer ous experiments that such was the case. Beef in which tubercles shows sign of calcination may be considered rather harmless, but if having a cheeselike appearance is highly contagious. Of late there has been presented the economic anomaly of corn commanding a higher price than wheat This is commonly attri buted to the drou-'ht and tho winds in Kausas and Nebraska that have parched up so many and so large fields of growing corn. But may it not in part bo the natural result of the increasing popularity of bourbon whiskey over ryo? The cities of the country which made the iiooretst showing in the cWriog house reports last week were Now York, Buffalo, Wil mington and Portland, Me. Signi ficantly enough these are all among the cities situated close upon the Atlantic soast, that a year ago, were expecting a quick and wonderful revival of pros perity from the repeal cf the Slier man law. llueBia, it is said, wants Korea. But Eoglaud very decidedly doesn't want her to have it And that little circumstance will inter fere very seriously with the plans of the great power of northern and eastern Europo for gratifying her debire. A protocol lias been signed uniting Guatemala, Nicaragua, '3iin tifvlvador and Hondnrng into one republic. Coila Rica whs aV repp'itertfd at the cuiifiTf ricp, but that government l.s d elinrd to 'n the protón 1. Aa Idea for Oar School, Here ia a hint for our lude pendent school district Tho Al buquerque city council has passed the following addition to its school by-laws: Section 7. Non-residonts, chil dren whose homes are outside the city limits, will be admitted to the public school of the city, when they are not crowded, by the pay ment in advance, per month, of the following tuition: High school, f2; grammar, $1.50; primary, $1. A llnrro Trick. A few nights ago, in southwest Prescott, lome boys gained access to a bedroom into which they lift ed a small burro,' tied bis four feet, put bim in the bod, covered him with the bed clothes so that the donkey's head rested visibly on the pillow, and left. The scono which ensued when the regular lodgers put in an appearance can be better imagined thandescribod. Prescott Courier. líe. I , -'tis t I 'oe J.-r Talk about protection to the producers of raw material in New Mexico being removed by tha tar iff bill is very common in the terri torial Republican papers at pre sent The lament about the poor wool producer is particularly heartrending, one would think he was cut down from luxury to poverty. Will eomo Republican newpBper enlighten us as to what share of protection the poor wool producer ever received? Raton Reporter. Under the Wilson tariff bill 10G items beve been taken from the dutiable list and placed on the free list In eight classes the tariff has been reduced from 75 to 100 per cent below the McKinley law. In 112 classes the reductions have been from CO to 73 per cent aud 238 classes from 25 to 50 per cent. Eighty-two classes remain un changed, and 53 classes have been increased, the increases being mostly luxuries. A telegram from Pine Creek, Colo., says: The prospectors are beginning to realize that a 10-foot hole is not as valuable as a deejier one. When the Nancy Lee was that depth it would not have sold for more than 500, but at a depth of a little over 30 feet an English company was glad to get tbe prop erty at 515,000. This Las a tendency to make owners of good propects begin development work. According to the Prescott Cour ier populism is a mixture of socialism, republicanism, demo cracy and moet anything to "order, concocted by a fow political free lancer who are coawting on the high seas of publio opinion, some for what there ia in it, and others for the "bloody bridles" excite ment of the thing. Chief Sanches, of the White Mountain tribe of Indians in Arizona, was killed a few days ago at Cedar Creek, A. T., ia a fight with two Indiaus. Sanches led the attack on the troops commanded by Genertd Carr, then a colonel, on Anti.tt 30, 1531, in which Captain Ileutig was killed. In London, August lC;h, in the hoiiifo of commons, Henry Fowler, .ecrela rj for India, made a etfde rnent of the India Budget. He pare the Income 6s 9,017 lakba, the mpertditurfe at ÍI.IW lakhs an t tli" net revenne m 5,ir0 lakhs. The incrot.jo cf the ru-t rv enns over the retiñíales, ho fit!, wii 2)2 l.dtU. Mr. roller r.,11 tl..-.t the Indian r ivenon. at I ad no In t'iit:. u ( f r r il.J l.v-i.l.i t i the frte coiuage of silver. Ths experiment of cloain the tuiutt would be well tried before there would be any thought of abandon ing it. 8o fur there Lad besa no reason for alarm. The great diffi culty was the sUvly depreciation of silver, and sooner or later this would force India to go over to the gold standard. Mr. Fowler explained that thera bad beau a loss of 1,252 lakhs, which was eu tirely dos to the depreciation of exchange. Apart from tbe ques tion of exchange, the general posilion of Indian finance and commerce was satisfactory. Right Hou. Henry Chaplain and Sir Willifitn It nouldswortb depre dated the contiuued closure of the Indiau mints to the free coin- age of Bilver. Bueíucb8 men and others will do well to keep a sharp lookout for bogus silver dollars. The coin is will calculated to deceive. It pre tends to be of the coinage of 1831 It has a good, ringing sound, but is noticeably larger than the stand ard coin. The spurious dollar can easily be detected from among a lot of good dollars by the imper fect workmanship. The phrase, "In God.we trust," is blurred, and the eagle aud goddess are cot as finely cast as on the genuine dollar. If storekeepers aud others will keep sharp watch on 1391 dollars, there is littlo chance of being caught The popular Science Monthly says: The largest diamond iu the world, the Excelsior, was discov ered on the 30th of June, 1393, in the mines of Jageisfontein, Cape Colony, by Edward Jorgansen, inspector. It is a etoue of the first water, valued at about (5,000,000. It was carried to the Cape under the special convoy oí a squadron of lancers, aud shipped on a gunboat to Loudon, where it was deposited in the bank of England. It weighs 971 J carats, or 205 J itrammes. Those Arizona fellows are cun ning, luey are urging statehood as a pure matter of fact No pent up Utica of politics will bo allowed to interfere with their winning the prize. New Mexican. At thia writing tomo few republi cans iu Now Mexico soo more business in peanut politics than tbe admission of the territory aa a state. Democrat mm The Coxeyites wanted good roads, and the managers of the Baltimore house of correction, where they are temporarily so journing, propose to gratify them by allowing them to make tome. There are bad roads enough in Maryland to employ all of Coxey's armies for the next year or bo. Tho combined capitalization of the national banks and trust com panies, state of New York, includ ing the capital, surplus and pro fits amounts to $303,093,035, and the combined resources of the banks and trust companies of the state, ei,3C3,4G3,237. A man who owes several years' subscription on a newspaper, and asks the portmaster to send it back marked "refused." is certainly mean enough to put tar in bis bat when taking tip the church col lection in ordor to cteal the small change. Braddtreet estimates the cost of the Pullman Co. strike at 531,000, 000. Who pays the larger share of it? The Pullmans don't seem to be much worriod over tboir portion of the exaction. If anybody thinks tbe democrats of Mora connty are not alert and w ide ewke just now they ere sudly mistaken. Mora conuty is in line and ready for the fray. New Mexican. The country ia now reaping the Larvest of thirty years of protec tion i A few mil Mem a re and several milliocs of t'inpers. Raton Reporter. Mrs. l'.en f.choa'.er cf I'd IVd tlt'-m; fe 1 to coiritnit r.ici-!e n:i a.Tonr.t cf the t. ruii'd t:a! roe.-.t cf 1 .r .' .1. k. r . t sr s t s ',isfcF7n Aijccluto.y Puro. A cream of tartar bnklng powder. Highestof all in leavening u( rength Latest United Stattt Govern ment i'ood lU'purt. Soya Uaaius PueJor Co.. ICs Wail 3t. 5. T, TYlio Trill and Tt ha will sot. J. J. Frey, general manager of the Santa Fe system, has given out hia official statement concerning the re-employment of strikers. It baa been posted at the terminal points all along the system. It ia addressed lo II. U. Mudge, general superintendent, and ia as follows: In order that there may bo no misunderstanding from what has been said and writteu ia regard to the re-iustatemeut or ro-employ-ment of ex-employes, who parti cipated In the late strike, I take this method of making. known tho exact position of the receivers and management In relation thereto. First New men who have taken service with the receivers will, under no circumstances, be dis placed without cause; in other words, they will be retained in tho service just as lonz as they per form their duties in a satisfactory manner, aud couform to the rules and regulations laid down for gov ernment Sooond Under no circumstance or conditions, will agitators and others who were instrumental in causing tho strike and its continu ance, or interfered in any way with the operation of the road or em ployes who remained loyal to the receivers, be re-iiifitated in their former pobitions, or re-employed in any capacity, whatever. Third No committee or com mittees of ex-employes will be re ceived to discuss the matter of re-employment; but all cx-employ-ea who participated La tho strike, and who do not consider them selves as coming under the pro visions of the second clause of thiti communication, may place written applications for work with tho head of the department in which they desire to secure employment, together with a fall statement aa to the pari they took in tho strike. Such application will be received, and a fall investigation made in each, cane, and, when completed, will be forwarded to tho general manager for final docibiou. Bradalreet's review of trade last week said that favorable influences are shown to have been at work resulting in still further improve ment in the bubincas situation; that the free wool clause in tho tariff bill resulted in renewed activity among manufactures; that New England woolen mille are now reporting ro-ordera for heavy woolens, and that prints and wooloua are soiling freely. A large array is now gathering near Tekin, Half w ill guard tha capital and tho other w ill mnrcli on Corea before winter. Awsiv'td t::rAi lícüor vc'.j'a r.:. i . 1 j ! I " i ' ' 1 ' ; ' ' ; - ' ' ' i , ' -v. . v 1 ; ... . . A t i"j:.t t . ; . ..- ; A í n t . . - ( . , i t ... i A .... s .. ., . , . I j , .-i..:. \n\n (..ni cIih- In t-r .?:. t.YóV Gllbrt'p-Siir1ni1 t r-llni. Cali. itrt4 ni,:tit aad T. V' ftCITT. - - MiW MESICU. t..l. Ovni' hlivrr t.liv ta. iuu, tur luuiti-i iy s. .ti i . ll i.f 1 í'-r" tli." tu" mu. ti L UiULcEU. 1' .i.lliK tloliicr lunU-J U al!"lil. m. u. i una,, tí. Fsiinr 1. 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