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lcuihivcrJ ctimcl. ALLAH II. MACDONALD. n iTOB tun rBorniKTon. T i' mitti t mmUi..... .. .... JTt. Inrarinblr In Advanc. ..1 ..1 7 .. AnTIKTimHO BATH. On r n Imw I I " I i Inch o BMlb lee 4 tm liwh ff snmint It (P I nnlv I tnil (vrrllH ca Inawtloa. Ix-rmim riK upU ct. pr Une. CbIsm ftt tae pnttnmrm la S'lT.r City. If. It,, Praiecralle Territorial Ostral Com kUMe. oittctr avo sxacvmra commttxks. J. !T. Crist, chairman; Rafael Romero, secretary; V. T. Thornton, treasurer; li. li. Feruesoo, A. li. Fall, F. A. Manían aro. MIMBCRt AT I-IKO. II. B. Feriruaaon, Albnquerque; Felipe Charet, IleUo; F. A. ManzaDarea, Laa Vbcm; J. II. Critt, Haota Ks; C. II. Oil i!nlMi, bao ta Fa; A. 11. Fall, La Cruoe. . - . Mtvitn. ""' ttoroaliüo (J'oonty-C. N. Marrón, O. W. Harrison. Chares Oounty O. A. IviubartLioo. Colfax County A. Seer. Dud Aoa County R. Lv Young, P. Pino. Fldy County R A. Nymeyer. Oraot County W. B. Walton, J. W. Fleming. Uuadalup County Ramon Dodg. f tirólo )ounty (tanrga Curry. Mora County Macario Cal'ego. Kio Arriba Coun'y Herir Urant. Hani Fa County W. T. Tliornton.W. P. Cunningham. Rierra County W. 8. Hopewell. Kan i'iffuel County Felir Martin, Catarino Homero, lir Oe. T. Gould. Bonnrro County E. V. Chare, Euti mio Montnya. Han Juan County. Frank E. PrewitL Tar Cnuuty. Juan Romsro,A.Scheu- Valencia County J oee O. Chaves, THEnz 8 a probability at U mÍHBÍonarioií will be expolled from Turkey by order of the Sultan. There is a rumor to the effect that there is soon to be another republican newspaper started in SiWer City. Thz senate in executive session last WiHluoJay confirmed Benj. J. Franklin to le (nveTuor of Ari zona, vico L. C. Hughes, removed. Aboct every state in the union Las a "faronte son for the Presi dency of the United States, it would appear from reading the associated press report A philosopher once said that a man with a fixed purpose in life should never enter the uncertain field of politics. It discloses his vanity and betrays his weakness. The Santa Fe municipal elec tion last Tuesday resulted in a de cided victory for the democrats the republicans only electing one alderman and one member of the board of education on their entire ticket Ex-pbesidext Uabribon has "wanted something" ever since he was retired from the Presidency by tho people, and now that he has just married a handsome yonng widow it is probable that his wants are supplied. lie an nounce that he is out of politics. Schlatter, the self-styled new Messiah, has broken his forty day's fast and again entered upon his mission of healing. He passed through Pleasanton, So corro county last week. lie ap pears to be completely aimless as to direction and says that the Lord will point out his course. The combination slate fixed up for the legislative and County of fice, by some of the factional boaiHi of the late republican con vention in this city was quite ser iously shattered by the announce ment, last week, that certain mem birs of the g. a p. would demur t the action of the fixers and de. man J the support of tho party for some of the office pledged to members of tie ring. "Drum sticks and hoe lianTtks ," but won't the far fly in the republican camp this fall? li . - a A pBOJtixrxT republican was heard to publicly state the other day that Grant County was prac tically democratic by from 100 to 150 majoriiy, and that fact was tie means of bringing forth a suCiC-it'oi nuoiUr of incompetent aspiracts for oiHcial Louors to parti!! dufeat the democratic part at every election. "With the prfo-nt uirnxjuU-ut and 13 feel ing i:i the republican party it will La i -.stiUa to elect a straight dem retalie ticket in this County at t!.a tn-it t lo.-lk.n providod that the j arty ! iA,t fcttt-ciil to lariy a f-í i 'in !.' .i wli i.e only qualiii- i.'t -i.8 i-.-i.bUt in an abnormal i.: .1'.: i- i t t no the ; U. Chavncy M. PsrEW, who is touring California, dolares that he has seen no pretty women in the Sanoet Bfafe. If he would pass throngh New Mexico he would not need his eye-glanaes in order to aid his vinion. AVe have more pretty women here to the square mile than any other section of tho civiliml world. Israel Kixo, of Deming, who was arrested in Jaurez, Mexico, on the 2nd innt, and who is still in jail, appears 10 be the victim of an enemy. It will be remembered that several months ago Mr. King was arrested at Palomas, Mexico, and held in custody for a number of days on a charge of cattle stealing. After proving his inno cence he was released, but this time he is denied the opportunity of establishing anything but the fact that he is in jaiL The judici ary of our sister republic is just now engaged in celebrating Caster and Mr. King will be compelled to await the pleasure of the court before he can have a hearing. lie has offered a sufficient bond for bis release, but no action has been taken opon it It may be several days yet before he obtains his freedom. Someone in authority evidontly has a grudge against Mr. King and he is exercising it with a vengeance. Later Mr. King has been re leased. CAN THIS fiK TBtEf New York April 7. The World will print a double leaded editor ial tomorrow iu which it will ask whether the logic of the political situation that lead the republican masses to support McKinley will not compel the nomination of Cleveland by the democrats. The paper says: The World does not assert that this is so, it raises the question. It invites public discussion of it So far as the World is concerned in this matter, it is entirely im partial, iudicial and imnorsmml. It has no special partiality for Cleveland personally, as he will probably admit. It has nothiner to take back. But the question is not of the past, it is a question of the future. Upon the iesues of the present and future, not of past, the V orld is just as free and sincere in suggesting that Mr. Cleveland seems to be the only logical caudidate, as it has been fearless and faithful in admonition and criticism whenever it has be lieved him to be wrong. i 1 ABMT ASD NATT IX COXURESS. If it is worth the while of the United States to maintain an army it is worth while to make it and keep it efficient The army in this country ought to be a nucleus that will be of value to whatever large force may be called into the field at any time for active oper ations. At present it is nearly as ineffective as the law can make it, and for many years secretaries of war and commanding generals have urged upon congress, wit hout effect, the necessity of placing it on a modern footing. This year, however, it is said that there is a chance for legislation. Secretary Lamont has taken advantage of this, and has prepared and pre sented the most sensible and prac ticable bill that has yet been before congress. It proposes tho small est increase in the number of troops that is consistent with any reform at all The cavalry of the United States army has been its most effective and its best organ ized branch. Mr. Lamont pro poses no change in the cavalry arm, but recommends the addition of two new companies to each in fantry regiment and the remaining of the two companies of each reg iment that wore made skeletons. This would add 100 new com panics, and would increase the number of infantrymen from 13,- 120, the present force, to 16,325. The arm of the ssrvioe that most needs extension and reorgani ration is the artillery. The whole force now available for manning our coast defenses is five regia mente, numbering 4,025 men. The secretary proposes to add two reg iments of about 500 men each, making the artillery force 6,075, The artillery Las now becotre the tuotit important branch of the army, in view of the fact that it must be depended on for furnish ing the first liue of defense on laud iu the case of a foreign war. The secretary's bill provides i ftrce of about 4,000 men for man ning and carmg lor tue new works. The measure woo1'! pro vide only CO.CGO solders, d if con;jre,i4 is not beut on niaiutain i tie prcHciit Li.lrte and ridio blot.a oríftim.uiúii it 11 enact tho biíl i i;to a law. CATROS lOILEU AGAIS. Washington, April C. The bill to authorize the inue of bonds by New Mexico to rebuild the burned capital at Senta Fe, to which had been attached amendments to val idate certain other railroad bonds, amounting in all to nearly flOO, 000, was brought up for consider ation in the houso today, and leave asked to pass it under a suspen sion of the rules. The propo sition was defeated after a debate in which some insinuations were made that the matter ought to be farther investigated, and that un fair advantage was being taken. Mr. Owens, of Kentucky, from the committee on territories, ar gued in favor cf the bill's pasC, stating that there was no question that the bonds represented a legal obligation of the people of the territory and innocent holders who had bought them at par, and in many iuBtauces above par.ooght not to be allowed to suffer. Congressman Cooper, of Texas, said that he was very much sur prised by the attempt to rush the bill through. lie had, be said, been making investigations, and bad given notice that probably a minority report would be present ed. Gov. Thornton and other prominent citizens were aggress ively opposed to the validation of these bonds, which, they alleged, were fraudulent, and further in quiry ought to be had before ac tion was taken. It there was no good ground for refusing to vali date the bonds, it was surprising, he thought, that Delegate Catron did not advocate the action. A number of inquiries were made by members of Mr. Cooper and Mr. Owens, with the result that sufficient suspicion of the righteousness of the committee's recommendation was aroused to defeat the proposition to pass the bill under suspension of the rules by an almost two to one vote. cooper's good fight. Another press dispatch from Washington on the 6th inst says: "Representative Cooper, of Tex as, secured a personal victory to day, when as the only member from the committee on territories, he succeeded in having the house refuse to pass the act validating the New Mexican railroad bonds, over which there has been so much disturbance. An effort was made to suspend the rules and pass the bill in the house this afternoon, and it seemed for a while there would be no objection. Mr.Cooper was the only man on the floor who raised any objection, and was finally compelled to make a speech sgainst the bill. The speech was so effectual as to completely change the minds of the house and put an end to the measure." status or the bill. The above reported action now sends the bond approval bill to a special conference committee com posed of three members from each house. The present status of the bill therefore is this: The original bond approval bill has passed the house and the senate, but in the latter body the Brice amendment was added. Then it went to the house again and was referred to the house committee on territories where Delegate Catron tacked on the Coler bond amendment Upon being reported to the house both of these amendments were reject ed. Now is the critical time, for in conference the bond schemers may get favorable action. Many property owners who are unwilling sit idly by and see Santa Fe and Qrant Counties robbed, this morn ing pent a congratulatory dispatch to Congressman Cooper and urged him to work for the original bill, but to use his best efforts to kill the Bi ice-Coler-Catron amend ment and Pmootlier, you will not have to puoh o hard unless you want tho ball to go faster. If you do not Foih at all it will come to a standstill even on a sheet of glaas. Somebody has said that "the time to advertise is nil the time," and that is oue oí the smartest things that was ever uttered. If yoa do not sdvertifie in the summer if you do not push the ball at all it .will stop. If you do not advertise in the bupy sea son, business will go on for a cer tain time at a slow rate of speed. But if you want to get over a good deal of ground in a short time better push it along lively. The best thing to push it with is good, liberal advertising in the best paper you know of, the 80CTHWE8T SENTlNEL,for instance. A peculiar thing about the road to business success is that it runs uphill if yon stop pushing your ball it will roll down. There is no such thing as standing stilL . . -. - .a On Minuta Couch Cur touobea tb rltfbt apot. It aleo touohaa it at tb right tim if T"1 tka tt whan yon kav a cough or oold. 8 tb potntf Than don't cough. W. C. Pouter nru, Druggist. Irea Ores. Furniahed in anv aiiantitr? writ t,.r prioato W. II. Newoomb, Apnt. f. v. uox bSi. Biiver city, N. M. XOIR.TEIIH.inilDXjID'S 13 1 0 Z O X IU S. A high liver with a torpid liver will not b Ion if livar. Correct tb liver with DeWitt'a Little Early Riser, little pilla that cur dyspepsia and constipation. W. C. PoBTMtriKLD, Druggist If our pill Don't cure your ill One of those elegant Bicycles will. Come and see them at Porter- field's Drug Store. 4-tf Quick tn effect,-baal and laare bo soar. Burning, scaly akin eruptions uickly cured by lWitt's Witch Uazl lalv. Applied to burns, scald and old sores, it is magical la effect. Always cures puee. w. u. roRTssriKLD, uruggnst. SUv Uble's oew aalooo tb Care. 1 tí Donl invite disappointment by ex perimenting. Depend upon On Min ute Cough Our and you bare immedi ate relief. It cure croup. Tb only harm lees remedy tbat produce imme W. C PoBTKaPTXXD, Druggist Seasonable dnnks at tb Cave. Sit It not only la so, it must be so. One Minute Cough Cur act quickly, and that's what makes it go. W. C PosTEsnaXD, Druggist Htev Uhle, at tb Cava saloon, keeps only tb best goods in bis line, ltf Bangs CattI Where Gran Qrsws Every Tear. A very desirable location for stockman can be secured by the purchase of 640 acres of improved land adjoining the town of Miami in Ko berta County .Texas. Adioininff lands, in Quantities to suit. can be leased now at 3o per acre per an num. ro cow thieve, no eaters of other's beef in tb oountry. Tb tract offered for sal is on the railroad one- half mil from depot on mile from shipping pens 600 mile from Kaoeae City. The town of Miami ia a good trading point with all facilities for busl ines. A first class free school main tained for ten months each year. Tb oounty baa do debt and pay apot cash for spennea or oounty government. Taxes are L25 per $100 valuation. Cat tI ara aaaeased for tare at $8 per bead. Panhandle grass oattl bring th beat price. Roberta oounty is th best known grao country ana it is adaptad to stock farming. . Ad opportunity tocombin tb advan tage of town and country ia her of fered within th reach of a small stock man and wher room for a large herd can b obtained. For particular and option to visit properly call upon or address Allá 1L Macdokald. Go to tb Cava saloon for a glass of fresh Anheueer beer. tWtf C. W. Mark, who baa been staying at Fort Bayard for th past two year, baa just moved over to town and rented the studio in tb Bkelly building near tb pofctoilioe. Mr. Mark i aa able pho tographer. Call on him and give him a trial. . 11 tf Stev Uhle fa an agreeable hoat and always makes It pleasant for patrons of lb Cat ealoon. All tb finest brands of liquor kept in stock. 41 tf. A V (0mtyf0 V V v . - "VJ I I 1 - rill- ftwe tji'íít ikhw frit Ufe o yrm "wh-M trnfíi yvut hv we rtf th . , , . Jhe Trices are a!l r'rKt too. 80, 150. S75 ANO IIOO. Ci ft . -j vitlf Ce i j u . 3 i- v ,, z7 -it P j l!;r, I:!;!, WÍ-Í.-7. r&rtrrf '. Or any olhr trHttd sink rt prlroii to rti yo, tall ted ft Jfw TT et"a. V V I V v . Our DUUC1 and STATIONMY tt,. v i sti'J complot aod we tr hl' glad to se yoa. OPtTHJPlinilllXjID'S 3DPIXJO STORE. lTotico to Oro Sliippcrs. By shipping your ore to ti yoa can obtain th highest prioe paid on com petitive bid ia th publio market, to gether with a careful and accurate sam ple, as with our new mill and improved machinery w are sbl to give perfect sattafaction to all shipper. WaiTS fob oua Pocarr RrrEKaxct Book. Th highest cash prio paid for gold bul lion and old gold. Prompt return. TUB 8TATE ORE SAMPLING CO., Denver Cola JONES' MEAT MARKET lbs Finest FHESÜ AND SALT KEATS Always on Hand. jLvaaaa jl. snoLaurr. THE V iz. re. rareovvjsiisii. ir-cr. The Imericarv Restaurant IS THI Dkclly Buildin 0r BroadWavj, re First class Moals at all honra. Everything nice and clean. Borenstoin Bro -Leaders In- Drvj Qoods GlothirvfJ, Staple ord Fancvj Qroceriesa Fid Colorado Patent Flour a Specialty. Billiard St Silver City. JOSE ARNOLD. Clothes Altered, Clean ed and Eepaired. Tankle Street. Bear of Porterfleld i. FEED. COOPER, SHAVING ASD BAMMSl'C. Hot and Cold Baths, Bullar Street, BlWat Cllv. New Mexico. NATIVE LUHBER Rough cr.ü Dressed, III A2IY QUAIÍTITY AT TUS OAUQVEn Sill Dill J. ELDER, Prop. Address Mail orders to J. Elder Ilanover, N. M. pARLOR ALOON, BulUrd Street In ths Centennial Building. WISES. AX 3 CIGARS. jOHHCiEsoN frontier (IIIORT TALKS OX ADTCET1SIXQ. (CeoTrlfcttted kf Ctuwtae AasUa latee.) After a ball starts to roll it will go a certain distance merely by reason of its own momentum. The Leavier and bigger it is tbe farther it will rll. It may have been pretty bard to start it in the first place, bat once yoa get it going a little pufch now and then will be all that is necessary. If the ground is soft and rough you will have to push pretty hard. When yon get to smooth places it it will be easier. The ball of business is hard to move in hot weather. The ground is more or l"ss sticky and there is a great deal of friction. Still,if yoa ()Unh hard enough, yoa can move it j In the full, when cool weather Las cuaJo tie road to trade tatier, Wholesale Dealers in ... Wm. J. Lcrap's St Louis Beer . . . KeUU Dealers ta aU Xluds of Mineral Watera, Imported and Homo Product. Ginger Ale, J3arsaps.rillv, OrantT3 Cider, Lemon Coda, Eta, Eta, Eta always on han and for asls at Prlnes as low a ths eaut. PnrrhM brre at bmtut and aavs si SMwit f tiau'lHirtjUton. Ire dillvn.ed at IxittiieM hnnse. aod Hiirn'-H vrry d7 . lrv ort-r il Lxmlruiii A Sil-i. oll at Imhu.ui wuiks, near railioiul In !.;. hi Ivor C liy, hsw Mexico Opea (rout I o'clock a. m to o'clock p. av every day. ISvery eflurt mails to loae our patrons. Special - attention given - to - Out - of - Town - Orders Give us a Call. , ! LANDRUM & WITZEL. tO'.'d ..! ti. lour. Hay and Orala bv Wholesale and Retail SILVER. CITY FLOUR. JIJ1Y Jin Cuff tVeiaVs Hour, Hay sirf Brain Slur in tht Cilf. ..- ir. WI-IITE, IPro-p'tr. 1! EVEKYTHIMa FlBSTOLASS. Neatly Furnishso Roomc Eto. Silver City, New Mex. t . áw a k aa is t a y nmuuc j m m trm F 'J " I t I I S KB i si Rifcii i .tic II I I Hi i ij iynnm u ü tu ios JJTLorgom, f rop. 1 BOOTH & MURRAY, Sene ral Ge re han clise, CK.NTIIAU PC. BI. Dry Gooos. Groceries, fíats and Caps, Boots and Sígss Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Cutlery, etc Fine Fanoy Groceries). Choice Imported c;l I for ni tvinr It ou want subetantial artiolea, her they are; If yrx want sonietbiojr dainty and nne, tbia ia the place to buy it. II. S. GILLETT & SON, WHOLESALE AND li ETAIL STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES And Retail Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes. Hczt Boor to tho Bank. SILVER CITY, - - - NEW MÉXICO Cocotxotto 23roT77"2rLOllT -(Successor to John 8. 8wirr. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ÍIARDIVARE. HAY AND GRAIU. CUirer City, J. H. UATUKW8. It U DLAC. MATHEWS & BLACK, BILVER CITY, N. BOX 270. MINES BrMZDiTSrD; Advice Given on Treatment of Ores, Crucible Asuays made by the Most Reliable llethoj. OJllce Main Street, Adjoining Tromont Ilousa Silver Gity Bindery AAd Farcy Leather Works. m T have jnst opened op a COOH 1 BINDERY in Silver City and am prepared to do all kinds of Book, Tiagarine and II osio Binding. I guaranty to daplioate workmanship aad prices of eastern houcos. Chas. Zocnn. SINOERY NEXT TO COURT HOUSt. Old V Miller porral, J0H1T J.03YOLD,Prop., LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE. iiinpU Top Iliipsiee, Itoftd Curt and BudJ! Horses. Hoice bnrtlinl if lL day, Wrouk or UMUlb. JIuhkh, ti'iil, ami butru toutil, k,1J auj ei-';tii 'i. UllhkA U 1.. w Ut \n\n diate resulta.