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Tlia Oouity oomiuiisioners went in Maular teeai n yesterday. Thé seventh cavalry arrived at Fort layard yesterlay from Baa Antonio, a. Dr. Gilbert nod brida ara moving into the Mary Ana Dougherty residence an Yankie street. '-, The borne of 11 r. and Mrs. Jas. Ship ley h gladdened last Saturday through Ibe arrival of a sonl The new Santa Fe station ia all en' ed and under rof. It til be ready L4urocuvacy.in a frvp!3jB. Rev. A. A. llyu, Methodist minister at this place, will bold services at Finos Altos next Sunday at 3 p. m. The east bound train on the Southern PaciSo road will arrive at Demir.g at 6:40 p. in. and depart at 6 p. m. The infant daughter of Dr. and Mrs White who baa been dnngerouly ill for several weeks, ia convalescing. Drop in as vo" " and take a look at the greatest oud -savers made The Standard Heater at Robinson's. The iron front has been placed ia po sition in the new Broadway block and the building is rapidly Hearing comple tion. , . '. ' ri:rso'Ai C. C. Hull rnme to town I an I Sunilny. Irtiino Ki.'eiiis m in from Dry Crfek evernl days ln,t wk. Miiw LIU Simpan, of iorilnburg, ia riwiting in this city. Mrs. Cha. Etevn, of Lordiburg, is a Silver Cily guKxt. Ornial Thomas Lyons was ia from the Gila farm several days lt weak. A. II. Morehead baa moved his fam ily to towu, Gb Carpenter was ia from the Sapel lo a fw days lat week. Col. Richard Hudson returned from SanU Fe ',ast Friday, Thursday. town on Thursday. Lem Childers waa in from Duck Creek a few days last week. Uncle Alva Mason was down from the t!l pities on r.aturJiy. A. HershberRer was down from Pinos Altos last week. Post Surgeon Owen, accompanied by by bis wife and sinter, Mia Chalmers, were over from Fort Bojard yesterday. Ed. Elrare, foreman of the San Vicente Cattle Company, waa in town yesterday. yesterday morning to be gone about week. County Clerk E. M. Young returned from a aix weeka visit to his old home in Virginia lost Saturday. Guy Beckham and Chaa. Farnsworth, of the Gila, were in town several days last week. M. V. Ned came in from Mogollón last week to witness the Neff-Moore marriage ceremony. Rev. Cross conducted religious serví ees at Lone Mountain last Thursday night. nolo, noneet Ueo. L. .incoln waa down from Pinos Altos last Saturday. He paid, bis respeots to this oQloe. J. TL Viccier, of Doming, is meeting with good success in the organization of a class in Spanish in this city. Judge Bants went to Santa Fs last Sunday to sit with the supreme court now in session. From their he will go to Roe well when be will hold s session of court. Mrs. IL H. Betts is now visiting in New York, and will arrive born about the 15th of tliia month, ner numerous friends will be pleased to learn that she is much improved ia health. Attorney Mulvane and . L. Foster, receiver defunct First National Banka or Ueming anc Silver City, were up from Doming on legal business a few days Inst week. Harris. In F.ilvor City, N. M., at tlie homn of tnn briiln mother, Wmlnewlny e' en inu, Oi tW 2, J ", Ivy the Kv. F. K. ('nw, Mr. Ducalur C Nell and Miks LVe Moore. Mr. J. E. While, as gnwmnman and Mm Micna Bchwartfc, as brideamnid, as- td ia the above social event. It wan prettily dreoeed wadding party and the ceremony was witnessed by a large oatiibef of immediate friends end rela tiva wbo' presented the brpy twain lib haudaoroe and euretantial wedJing 8'-í-. in toVs9 of tbalr evtflen. Mr. NS is an ttiergntio, intelligent young busi ness men and his pleading young wife will preside with accomplished dignity over the destiny of their bright, new flreslde. Both rroom and bride have grown from childhood in our midst and bare hosts of friends who bid them God peed through life ra their new re! lions. After the ceremony the wedding party followed the bride and groom to their neatly furnished borne, where a dainty supper awaited them. The SotrnwrsT Scirmci. joins their large circle of friends la. wishing Mr. and Mrs. NeCf appinesa and prosperity. U1I1UB. 3d repairs on ouy ought to be ended, a mnde. Robert P. Thompson, an industrious stockman on the Mimbres, has received his commission as sheep inspector fur Grant County. Jack Frost ia blowing his icy breath in the face of verdant nature and the sear and yellow leaf heralds tbe approach of "beautiful snow." A very excellent communication from the Hon. A. J. Clark, Gila, was unavoid ably crowded out this week but will appear in our next issue. There will be a business meeting of tbe Silver Social Club, at Hinman'a atore, tomorrow night (Wednesday) for tho purpose of electing officers, etc There was a wood famine in Silver City for a few days last week. The Mexican haulers had the cioch on ua, and their demands for an advaace in tbe lefia market had to be acoeeded to. n Silver City, New ()t;t.5, 18'J.s at 8 Katharine Pottor, 10 month a. Mrs. Potter earns to Silver Gty last July accompanied by her two sccoa pliahed daughters in the hope of regain ing ber gradually declining health. She had been an invalid for five years aud had faith in Silver City as a sanitarium, but her disease was too deeply seated to yield. ner remains were takon to Mount Pleasant, Iowa, for Interment in the family cemetery, last Sunday morning. Her two daughters who accompanied them will return to Silver City in a few days, settle up their business, dispose of tbeir household effects and go esst to reside. Although this family came arascg us strangers they hs acquired the warm friendship of many of our finest people, and in their bereavement they have the most profound sympathy of ths entire community. Nowthat the ryjiett-Ucti- MlM Lud:gl MooM) returned from t anuou. a .i reoairs on i r. i m i . . . . iiaiuoroia last .lueeusy to ue present at the wedding of her sister, Miss Dee, to Decatur C. Neff. Miss Moore is greatly benefit tod in health by ber atay in Cal ifornin. ' Horace Hooker, tke dauntless bronco ftamer, has been in town for a few days practicing bis arts upon a wild-eyed, elusive bicycle. Ths honors sre about even. lloraos is on top about balf tbe time. Tbe Black & Atkins Company ob jects, manufacturing, buying and selling lumber and building materials; capital stock, 120,000; life, fifty years; directors. Robert Black, A. T. Atkina and E. J, Black; principal place of business, Silver City, has filed articles of Incorporation with the Tentorial secretary. J. P. Vicnier has organized and ia now teaching a Spautab class and invites the attontion of tbe publio to tbe necessity of learning this language. Rates 95.00 per month; 5 lessons per wk for term of 6 months. J. C &&robt preside&t cf tba Lyons fc Campbell Ranch and Cattle Company, also interested in the San Vicente Cat tle Co. and Gila Farm Co. arrived from tbe east last Saturday and has gone out to tbe Red Barn for a few days. Ths debris on ths Lezinsky lots at the corner of Broadway and Main streets lKks about aa bad as the old collapsed building did before it was finally torn down. Ths property ought to be clean ed up for the sake of appearance. A nu tuber of our citizeus attended the government sale at Fort Bayard lost Wednesday. The horses sold at a good figure and some fine stock was dispoMed of. Dr. Wood bought a mats for old Charlie and now sports one of ths best turn-outs in the country. The old adobe buildings at tbe corner of Broad way and Texas streets hare been torn down to make room for ths new building soon to be erected there. , The structure will be one story, built of brick aud stone, end will be occupied by Giliett A Hon with their retail depart- tneut Tbelaigest Gila monster seen in Sil ver City for years was on exhibition here vesterday. It was captured on the Gila river laut week by a gentleman Darned Means, and measured SO inches from the point of its tioae to tbe tip of its Will. It was a reputa! ve looking crea ture. M. W. relT has ths oottraul tor sup- t1ytuil wood to tlie Coutiduuce mill at Graham. lie is uow eujol ia build ing a chuUs 1-0O feet long down the mountain ail a leading to the mill, tlirou(ih which the wood will im run to the mill, thus setviog s trt dt-ul of bauliog. The chute will ke rsudy for uve in a few days. Ths danos given by Comanche Tribe No. C, 1. O. R. M-, at Newoomb Hall laat Friday night, brought out about forty couples. The initial ball giv.en by this new order in our city waa a pronounced success. We understand that during tbe holidays tbe lodge will give a ball and banqnet on a large scale. The opinion handed down by Judge Bantz on tbe Dona Ana county election oontest case was a very able document and only for the fact it was so elarborate, covering every point so minutely, we would have published it in full. However a synopsis of the opinion waa given by th Rio Grande Republican, which wa repro duce in another column. Porterfield k Howard, Mogollón, hare bought out the stock of general merchandise of M. C. Logan and added it to their atock of drugs, thus makic thoir's one of the best general stooka in that camp. Mr. Logan has tendered his resignation to tbe department postmaster and tbe application for the appointment of John Howard, aa his successor, hss been forwsrded to Wash. ington. The change will no doubt take place in a few dsys. W. II. Newoomb discharged his rock quarry gang last Friday evening. The A. T. A 8. F. engineers at Topeka have under consideration plans for changing ths road bed for a considerable distaooe below tbe stock yards and until they ar rive at some definite conclusion do more rock will be needed for ballasting, etc However, tbe quarry will soon be opened again, for should the roadbed remaba where it is it will require grefct puacti lies of rock to put it in good condition. J. J. Kelly, O. M. of tlie grand lod of this Territory; C. Becntt, W. M. of Silver City Lcxle No. B; sod Asros, Schutz, J. W. of Silver City Lod,jft N ; sre in .unuquerque aiienu.ng a see. sioo of the Territorial grand lode. Yes terday tbey a.iUJ in tbe dudioutioo of the new Msonio Temple. An bfTort will txt Uj&Je at this aeheion of the grand ioJre to ebUbliih a grand I A. Chapter and Aaron Echuts will represent th los uroo a cooiuiitles deuvotited f thut purpose. Died. Mexioo, Saturday, o clock, a. m., AT ra. aged 7 i years and Rev. Prof. George Selby will officiate next Sunday morning, at tbe Episcopal Church. All are cordially invited. There will be no evening servios. Tbe Rector will officiate morning and evening at Lordsburg, where he will be the guest of Hon. R. P. Hart There will be achanga In train soed- ule on the A.T.A8.F. road between Silver City and El Paso next Sunday The morning train will depart her at 8 a. m., and ths evening train will arrive at 2:15. The Harvey eating bouse at Rincón will be reopened and th morn ing train wilt breakfast there and ths arriving trr.in will stop there for din ner. Tbe Trioe colored combination "Aim flammed' a good audience at Newoomb Hall last Thursday night. It was late before the performance began but they did not torment their audience long for it was apparent from the first that the show was a "fake." One by one the audience quietly diminished until"Unole Jaspers Birthday" waa announoed when there were scarcely a sufficient number left in the hall to celebrate it. Tbe lit tle boy was tbe only person in ths wbols outfit worth listening ta The singing snd specialty work waa very coarse. It a shame to allow such professional vagrants to impose upon intelligent peo ple. When Frank Jones went to San Fran cisco a few weeks sgo, with a number of Chinamen for deportation, ha took with him several apples of the Mammoth Pippin variety which were grown on the fruit ranch of W. Lee Thompson, on the Mimbres river, in this County. At Los Angeles there was aa exposition, and Frank thought it would be a good idea to display his New Mexioo products and so he proudly gave bis Mammoth Pip pins into tbe care of a man, with foil de scription as to size, weight, nativity, etc, and went on with hia celestials. Upon returning to Los Angeles hs wss sur prised to ses his spples displayed aa the "wonders of California." He gara his trusted friend a Silver City "roast," es tablished ths origin of his fruit and came bom filled with glory. íílnlnj an'i Killing. rTAl MAHJif.T. Rnr diver fii li fnd 3.1- Copper 12.00 Cnpt. Knwyer ia now working on the lopper CiuH-n mine at Cooney. The main Shalt, turn is nown i.hj reel, is being sunken 1) f"l. derea to connect wiili the tunnel. The 4H) fxt tunnel ill a!o be driven further. No ore ia being taken out except that encoun tered In development work, Tbe mine will be put in thoroughly good condition throughout.. . - -, Digtat ef Laa4 ItolMea. Furnlahril Hr W. I. Harlnn, I .and and Mining AUoriMiy, wasiiinuiou, u. yi. OOAU An application by an agent of an asso ciation to Hie a coel declaratory atate- nieot must be made In the manner pro vided by the departmental regulations. and show what improvements have been made, and the qualifications of the per sons composing ths association. AGRICULTURAL AND PRACTICE. A contestant who, pending bis contest purchases s relinquishmentjof homestead entry snd tiles ths same, does not there by acquire the stntus of a siipneanful contestant; and the right of a settler who is then renidingon the land will taks effect at once on the filing of the relinquishment and exclude tbe claim of tbe contestant. MtKKRAU Location of a mining claim excepta the land with eubaoqueht withdrawal under the arid land act of October 2, 18S?J. KKWftrAFKRS AXD MINERAL. The discretion vested ia the register to desígnete a newspaper within wnioh notice of application snust be pub lished is subject to review and control by the General Land Offlos and Depart ment. The r. 0. Ste Bod Bishop would have you kno', That be is at the P. O. 8 to'. To tell you, with his fnce aglo'j He hss all kinds of books to aho On friendship, bate and tales of wo. On how to ride snd how to ro'. Adventure, fiction, so and so. His fruits and gum and candy sho,' Cicars, tabacoo, all most kno'. Kept in stock at this 'ere 8 to'. Are ot the best snd pure as sno . Baxtkb 'Bishop. glass of 9tt If yon want a liltlo fun nivl ro- AXfition, eo to tbo hita JIouro, Uell &. Harvey, nropi it tors. ICtl Rr.rtlRT OF TIIK CONMTIOX Silver City National Dank, AT SlUari'ltT. In Hi TVrritnry ef Kw M'tb-n, at ma I'Iinw x tMir4. fwpt "!, iaw. verlrft. ar-nml ani nnanire4.. . IS H. HihmI to arcura rlmiUlK 12i on eutiKHi 01 nana tw w HUwk. arrnniir. rte I0.vj t tMnfcin-nm, lurntlnr and flxiun yi.'e ! Iir iviil raíale ami nmrlcnitea 0 n-t 4.5S TO acola) Hiw Irme Htale Hank n? hanarra. .. Im fiotn aipntvel ri-4-rv asenta Clwoka ami olhr raali H-na Nim of niher NaUonal Banka rnu tintuu paper currency, nirkcla anil fnt LATiruL MOKKY HKMKHVK IX HANK, VIZ: líenle n.nxn Iim-t4-nntr nnti-a t.7 00 15 007 tS Kirinptin IiiimI with u. H. Trrurr, r cení. 01 circuiauou Go to the Cave Saloon lor' fresh Anbeuser beer. A complete line of tbe latest styles in cookiDg anil lieatini; stoves will Le received by M. W. Neff on the 1st of October. Neff always offers rare induce menta in all kinds of stoves, lie- member this when making your parchases. 3o-tf New line of blank books at Porterfield's. 15tf. Steve Utile, at tbe Cave saloon, keen only lbs beet goods in bis line. lit The best public and private club rooms in the city at the White llonse; lGtf Steve Ub'ii is an agreeable host and alwava makes it pleasant for patrons of ihs Cave saloon. All the finest brands ot liquor kept in stock. II-IX. Books field's. and slates at Porter- 35 tf Chris. Schneider is now prepar ed todo all kinds of brick work, stone work, plastering, mason work of all kinds, jobbing, etc Dressed or rough stone and brick for sale. Leave orders at Keyea & Uerndon a corral. 4Utz. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Metl odist Episcopal church will meet at tbe parsonage Wednesdsy arternooo at i o'clock. All ladies interested are invited to attend. Lixu B. Hyde, President. School supplies of every de. scription at Porterfield's. 31tf Iron Ores. Furnished in ony quantity; write for price to W. II. Newoomb, Agent. P. O. Box 502. Silver City, N, M. By Dr. Price's Crean Baking Pswde Two aienal triumphs hsve been achiev ed by Dr. Trice's Cream linking Powder, tlrst it received Highest Award snd Di ploma at the World's Columbian Exposi tion ot 18UX Next it secured Highest Award and Gold Medal at the California Midwinter Fair of 181)4. At both Fairs it surpaseed all competitors in every re spect. The award, in escb instance, was tor strongest lesvening power, perfect purity and general excellence. It waa sustained bths unanimous vote of tbe judges. 'lbs victory st Chicago establishes tbe supremacy of Dr. Price's ss Tbe Fore most risking Powder in the World. The triumph at San Francisco eonflrms snd emphasizes it. Hotel Arrivals. T1MMXB HOUSF. Walter Birch field, C J Mulvane, EL Foster, Demlng; E 8 Wadell, San Jose, Cal; Edgar Grider, Hatch; Mrs J Miller, Km i? a too; Guy Brekbsm, Gila; Lem Childers, Duck Creek; Thos Lyons, Gila; James Haas, Kansas City; James Moore, Alhambra City; lvli,'nr Gordon, Kincon; J i Simmons, J M Harrison, Sao Marcial; J A Harlan, Rinooo; M W YVellis, EJdy; Chas K Williams, Kansas City; T J Clark, Gila; J O Cundervot. K.I laito; J A bhookley. Pueblo; A M If off, Kan Francisco: J D Martin, Finos Altoe; S T Wilson, Chicago. Letter List. T following is a list of ths uncalled for letters now held in the Silver City poetoKoe, October, 7, 1805: Abparano Caimriro Bleak J G B:rla Matilde j Baptist Church Biaoara Msrsedes Darkle Aniceto Congregational Churuh Graham W W Barkley G P Hinojos Pedro MaclobaJuan Probenoia Ketana Portillo Pablo Tarker Wm II 1'reoLterian Church Pieroe IUce Alitor Standard Sains E O Usuete Silverio VauU Agustina VitxMtna Nioaooxa Yrlos I'riuailiro Please say "Adyertioed,' wbeo Sbklcg for ths abovs letters. 1 L. A. tjko'ly, PoeluiAatsr. Bibbs Franqui Mrs Mary E Llair Beoxor Aoiceto S Collins Patrick liy.KT 8 Tor TOBACCO. I'llsg Ksw t Cart Tearself TTklle Toba eco. m Ths tobacco habit srowa on a man un til his nervous system is seriously affeo ted, impairing beaítb, comfort and hap piness. To quit suddenly is too sevsre a a boon to the system, as tobacco, to an Inveterate user becomes a stimulant tba his system continually craves. Baoo- Curo is a soientiüo cure for the tobacco baUt. In all its forms, carefully 00m pounded after ths formulsof an eminent Physician who has used it in his private practice since lHTi, without a failure, purely vegetable and guaranteed perfect ly bartulees. You can use all the tobacco you want while taking liaoo-Curo, it will notify you when to stop. Ws give wiiltbi guarantee to permanently ours sny cea with three boxes, or refund the money with tun per cent, interest. liar Curoisnot a substitute, but a soeinttr cure, that oures, without ths sid of wfu power and with no inconvenience. It leaves the system purs and fres of nloo tine as the day peforeyou took your brat ohew or smoke. Sold by dri"ifists with our iroooiad guarantee, at 11. 01) per box, three boxee, (thirty dava treatment,) 81 !A or seut direct upon reoeipt vf price. Write for booklet and pronis. Eureka Chemical A Wi g. Co., M't'g- Chemists, La Croette, Wis. Fresh Candy Kvrry Pay at Roue's. - . . I ,W7 M 71 l.KU 77 t 00 I 15 Sflt W ToUl. Maeil.iTirjt. Jiiirnlna fund.. . nillv !4 na NntlonHl Hank ncKea mtUtAmlhig... vl.lwl ta 1 iroflla, leas exprnaea and . 181,474 M 50.000 00 Htale IU11K notea oubtlandlnir. poult mllvhliwl l-fHMlt anhlwt Inehevk.. rnmiMi rrrt incales 01 arpoall 12.V ns 1I."J 00 7,W ' Jil 00 17t aa i.eoo 00 Vrtidrl r.heoka. 'nshier a rhAcka mitiAmUna'.. Nota and bills re-dlcuunted , Total Stl,4?t M Terrilorv of New Mexleo, I Coniitr of Urant. f 4. w, 1 arier. hier ot rue annre-naniMi bank, do milfmnljr awear Uiat liie aliove aiatement la true to tlte bast of mr'knowl nlgs aud bcllei. J. W. CARTKTt. rvh)r. w wrwfuer, ina. JAMRS 8. CARTria, iolarv l'ubiie. Correct AUeat t T. F. Cowwav. I C. F. íBAvaoje, V Directors. J. W. (illXRTT. I Ter Sale Carap. Drug stock, furniture and fixtures the late Dr. O. W. Bai ley. Apply to 39 it Mrs. Mart E. Bafxky. cf Elecrant line of cutlery, cheap. at Porterfield's. 15tf. Seasonable drinks at tba Care. 5tt When yonr work is done eo to the White House for a little fun. lGtf Steve Utile's new saloon ths Cave, ltf plete supply of school books 31tf School Books by the Porterfield's. cord at 35 tf Dr. Price's Cream Baking; Powder WerM's Fair Murkest Masai sad tMdiia. Commlasloaer's hale. Whereas, by Uiat certain final decree In chancery male by the Utatrlrt court of Uie Third .lud ioiul dutrlrt of the Territory of New Mnxlm. within and for the Countv of iraní. and duly entered ol record in anid court oa the IV h day of February. A. I). 1HH, In rauae No. .vq. In which cause John Leach, C Hlir, ttcenre Hcliiable and Charlea HltoefcUtt are complatnanta, and I he Mountain Key Mining f'eninany, a corporation, la defendant. It was ordered and adludeed and decreed Uiat ths Mouiilain Hey sun building and premiara here iuaftnrdcsrribed. be aold lo anliafy ths reaoert- Ive liens upon the annte. granted bv aald decree to the several eniiiplnlnaiits above named, to yriw ine lien m aam comotainant u. nnarn. lor the turn of One hundred and two dollars aod twenly-flve cenia; the lien of aald Julia Ipacii nr the an 111 x Mnrty-alx dollar: the Men nf aald tlenre Hrhlahle for the aum of Mnriy one ootinrs and iwvnty-ove cents: of RlRlity one dollars, villi Interest nn aald aev eral an in from the date of aald decree to the date of aale at six per cent per annum and eoala of suit, Including the mn of One hundred dollar granted to eompUlii anta' solicitor for their arrvleea In aalil cauae, and tbe sum n((ie hundred "dollar rompeuaa- ima allowed aa mnMer loe therein. Ann whereas the Vnderaiiencd waa annotated ineclaJ eommlaaloner Inehancery to make auoh aaJe by the decretal order aforeaald. Mow, therefore, 1, the umlerelgned apeeutl eoniiyilaloner, do hereby aiva notice under and bv virtue of aald decree, Uiat on Wednesday, tlie lath day of October, A, D. IWS, between the hour of S o clock a. m. and i o'clock p. m. of aald day. before the court house door In the town ofnllyer Cily. In the County nf (irant and Territory of New Mexico aforesaid, I will sell at public ven due to tlie highest and beat bidder for eaah, the Mountain cry aiiii Diiinnnir. nwmuery ano appurtenances tliereunlo beloiicins: and tlie land on which tlie same I altitated with a apace almit the aamembracing a tract of about sight acres required for the convenient uae and occo- nation thereof, and uaed In connection with and necessary to Uie operation of aald Mill as deacrtbed In aald decree. Said Mill bulldlnit and premiara being situated on llear Creek about one mile and a half weat from tbe town of rinoa Alloa in the County of (irant and Territory of New Mexico. A deed will lie executed to the purehaaers of aald property ano premiar by the aneclul eominlaaloner alore aaid, subject lo the approval of Uie court. Frank J. W riort. 37 tt Hpeelal Coiuuilasloner, Chinese Chef, Proprietor of English K itch on. Good Meals at all Hours John Hrockman. I rT. Tho. K. J. W. Carter, Cnatilcr. ar:i. fnwfiv. ice i iet. WM. STEVENS, TINOS ATIAS Í b sis Y fttaW -w hn9 Mftoiu Mtwieé. The Silver Cily National Bint Silver City, N. M. Capitsl, AdvsDt-es V),flo. Surplus, naade on Gold Bullios. u.enn. snd Silver AHE TÍÍE BESTE CIGARETTE C?.10XEr.3 who ears to pay s little mors (baa tne era. d ordinary trads cigarettes will find tbe PET CIGARETTES SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS Mad Irnm Ihs tt (cheat cost Gold Leaf (Town in Virginia, and ar ABSOLUTELY PURE Deposits Solicited. Efchsogs (or sale. WHITE, un w h DENTIST. la admlnlatared for lb rminlraa axtraetln Of teeth. School supplies at rortorficld'a. 35 If Clothing' made to maker's. New line of rorterfield'a. baso asure st Khoe-36-tf. ball ítotkIb at 15tL The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Diking Powder superior to all otters. Porterfield has the best assort ment of stationery ia the city. 14 tf C C. Shoemaker exclusive atrent for the Miller Hat. 30 tf 'THE QME," Cormr ot Vankee Blrtet and Broadway, former ly oecupled by Theo. Bergman, the tailor. SIX JE V 33 XnrXZJS. axorteto The choiwat winca, üquora and cigars, tne most sfeille! mrtenuers and the warmest welcome for all at the White IIoube. lGtf All tbe finest kiaJa ot LIQUORS and CIBARS CoU Aobeuser Deer always on draught Latest styles ana oorrvct shspes in Joho B. Stetson's stiff and soft hats at Shoemaker's. 30-tf. School books, alates, sponges, pens, peucils, papers and in fact every thine in the line of school supplies at Porterfield'a. 3 ltf Far Kest. Ilooms famished or unfurnish- ed. Mrs. O. S. Wabren, Real Estate and Insurance Agent S3-tf Go to Torterfield's for school books. S4tf If you want anything in drugs, stationery or sundries go to Jt'or terfield'a. 34tf NATIVE LUMBER Rough and Dressed, III ANY QUANTITY iiiiovER stun in J. ELDER, Trop. Address Mail orders to J. Elder, Ilanover, N. M. 1 1ÍCÜC3 to Cro Shippers.' Vy sbipplnir your ores to ths Stats Oas Sakit.iihj Co., you an obtsin ths Liiliet prioe piáiü in the publio market, together with a careful aod aoourwle sau.ple, as wilb our Dew mill sod im proved ms'-hinery we sre able to ifivs jxrfrut aaUti'ui lioa to all hin-en Vv'nte for our l'ixiket líeferenes lijok. thin your ore and a.ldrees all communi- fltt.lon to tiiS bfATC Os SiMTUfO Co., lmer, Colo. Ucnccslado ITavarrsto TAYLOR MAKING, CLEANING, REPAIRING. Samples of goods of all kinds to cboose from. PRICES MODCRATC. Walkcm's Olo Stakd. EL PASO tlKNEeOSESa. f."r$. M,M. Crl22$t Prop. Ilanly planta for House and Oar- den. Floral pieces for wed dings, funerals, etc., a fpecial- ty at from Í 2 to 1 15. Put3 Ercl Chhbns A nd Pettinfc'S of r.'u'S- Ltfht Ttrahoiaa Llack IOtrbhatis, brown sad V bite Leg AT THE A. SOLKY, Hats Cleaned and Trimmed All Clothing Cleaned by Dry Steam Process, 117 W. Overland St. El Paso,Tbxas JOSE ARNOLD. Clothes Altered, Clean ed and Eepaired. Yankie Street, Rear of rorlerdcld a. E. C. CURLIN GAME'S 1 rr a ir rtrriCP CHCMICAL AOOAI v aVai LABORATORY KatbUtkad la Colorado, last. Kuaelr stall av ipraa will raealT prompt aa4 caraTnl altanUoav GOLD AND SILVER BULLION RaSaed, TmH4 sa4 AM4 r frttun4 AeirsM. I7M m Ut Lsvrsscs It, WXVO, COLO. 1 C. ROSENBERG, Boot and Shoe Maker Repairing neatly sod promptly done 8atin?actioo guaranteed. My prions are net low enough to suit tbe bard times. Uive me a call. SILVER CITY. N. M. M. M. MORGAN, Watchmaker Jeweler, All attention (riven to Repairs and Satisfaction Guaranteed, At Wbltehlll's Fruit Stand, SILVER CITY. Baxter Bishop, Wholesale and Retail Dealer la Fruits and - Confectionery, Cifrar, Tobáceo, Notions, etc. Books, Stationery and Periodicals ot all Kinds. SILVER CITY, - NEW MEX. THe Americarv Restaurant IN THE Skclly Building 0r BroadWavj. First class Meals at all hours. Every thing nice and clean. THE 10c STORE- I sell FOR CAS II only, cheaper than anybody ia town Dry Goods, 01avware, Tinware (and. Notion New Goods arrive every week. It will pay you to see them. HOllKNHTKlN II HOB. Broadway, Silver City. J. R. HICKS, (floeeeasor f J. A. Kemnils) Select Stock of 7atches, Jewelry ,N and Silvenraro caihiiuu, Fine Watch Repairing a specially Engraving and Jewelry Work Done. BullardSt. SilverCity, N. M j liyuuutiii' k s i tm is- i- m m llll fill IfTIOtTaOf j W r- -ft fc i- n f.- SILVER CITY, NEW MEX. r n Ilsvios leased the Timmer House, 1 nave thoroughly oieanea ana renovaiea the same, and invite the patronage of the publio. Rooms large and elegantly (ur- niahed. Ia under tbe sticervÍHoo of a rrofeauional Auiert- canCt.ef. SUNDAY DINNLRS A C!t IALTt. Dirvirvg Jíoom S. W. Burdiclc, Prop Old t D, Hülor Goiícil, JOEIU. 0370LBf Prop., LIVERY, BEED AND SALE STABLE. Jingle Top Lu,rir", Road Curts snd Sud.l'.e Ilorecs. day, Vieek or uioulL. llorara, rnules aad burris toiht, \n\n ...8:ir? City... rwinlrn Rincón J. A. Harlan was up from Hincón on J. M. JTIarrison, of San Marcial, was in W. C Porterfield went out to Mogollón Inn mil SiamiiilA I 7,"'H 41 lur from NatkHinl Benka (mil reserva SutrilKd aitd aworu U belure me tilia icaUaj W. C. Torterfield carnes a com the lien ot aald ('harte Hhocfeldt for the sum toros, Minoren. 0. Il irs-S botrde.l I y ilj and s-ii!ii koL t'.id.