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The marriage of Mr. 6am SohitT and Miss Minna Swnrtz hfta been announced to take place at an early date. ' Ceo. II. Utter is agent for neat little device in the way of a water filter which can be eaailv and quickly attached to any J-rtnt? "Thejfc-are.i:0iplav effect T' , .j cheap. TTie Job boya, .Lo were lodged in j ril last week on a charge of goat steal in If were released on bail laat Tuesday; Mi. Job and Ignacio Toller becoming thur boadatnen. -lar wiea at the Episcopal church, next Suuday, g usual, by Est. Edward 8. Crea, Sermona, morning and evening, on the te it, "Cod ao loved the world." At) are cordially invited. Mrs. Olxv.l Foots hfts gone to Chicago to live. A. A. DaPrioat wns in fro'n Hanover Innt Fndny. J. M. Craven was In from the (la on Saturday. O. Woriritcr waa up from Doming lant fintud-y . Copt. Wm. French crime In from Alma liiwl Saturday. T. A. Carr, cf Deming, was in town laat Saturday. i Copt. Jamea was over from Fort Bayard yesterday. John Kioua and family were in from Cliff laat Tuesday. C II. Wilkie and wife cam in from Malcolm McOrejjor waa in from OoorffRtown on Tuesday. Prof. Decker waa over from Central last Saturday on hia wheel. District Attorney Harllee waa i a Las Cr uces on leuul business last week. Joe Williams waa down from Finos Alios last Tuesday and Wednesday. a. uramig&n ana Joña Uimond were in from the Oils a few daya last week. Mrs. A. A. Hyde, who baa been sori ously ill tor several daya, i, oonvaleso- iDg. A. J. Lioomia came down from Santa Fe last Tuesday to vote and transact other business. Dr. Gilbert ret'irned from Denver laat Wednesday arrnmpanied by Lis sinter, Míh Lirzie, who will spend the aummer here. E. M. Young went to San Francisco last week aa deputy U. 8. marañal, in cbargo of Chinese prisoners for deporta tion. S. Ilennemann, representing the EJtrewood Distilling Co., of Cincinnati, la in the city taking orders for hia ex let niv firm. C t. Davenport, who Lasbcen visiting his faiuuy Mount Vernon,' Washing ton, returned to this city Isst Thursday aira. JJavenport and children are pros pering and eojoyiug good health. Mrs. Raymond, accompanied by her daughter, Misa Marjorie, arrived from California laat Thursday afternoon. Miss Msrjorie wrll no doubt spend the aummer here in the hops of regaining her health. 'Jon Whitehill rejoices over the arrival of a young aon at hia home lst Sunday who will soou call tiro "the old man" &J demand spending money for mar- bls, kites, base balls, cigarettes, etc. Mrs. Whitehill ia doing welL I Judgo Paatz wilt hold a term of court tlraCsv lr3il for Sierra County, beginning Monday, April 27th. There ia now about 1000 in the Sierra County court fund, and this amount, id addition to funda available in the Territorial treasury, will enable the Judge to hold a full session and clear the docket. . , Irwin Carvil, the young man who waa so seriously injured through being run over by the cars at Morenci, Arizona,list winter, arrived in this city laat Tuesday and is now at the home of hia parsnta, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. M. Carvil. His in juries, at the time of the accident, were believed to be fatal, but beyond the loes of hia left foot he will aoon regain bis normal condition. Hia left leg, which waa fractured between the hip and the knee, ia healing nicely. 111 & Harvey reopened their WhiU House saloon laat Saturday night with grand banquet. The front and whole interior of the building baa been under the actiatio . banda of the carpenter, painter and paper hanger since the first of the month, and ia cow a model of Bell k llorvev now have two of the iíi66t eivioÍDte3rtloona in the Territory the White House and Club House aud thoy are both a credit to their popu lar proprietors. On the 13lh inn., at the Calhoho church by Rev. A. llorín, in thia city, Mina Antonia Trevifio to Hon. J. A. An cheta. Mr. William Lucas acted aa best man and Mina llosa Ancheta waa the bridesmaid. Misa Trevifio is the niece of the late General Treriflo who fought Biaioet the French in the bettle of 1'uubla; aud her father, J. M. Trevifio, ia a merchant in Chihuahua, Mexico, bein the senior niemUtr of the tuerur.nlil firm of Trevifio h (únzales, of that place. After the ceremony Mr. tud Mrs. Ancheta boarded the 8 o'clock tram on thuir wedding trip and will be absent wsk or ten daya. Bon voyage. A iTnl.l. lUsovait. N. M , April 11,1. f .lit"? IdBTHWUT "KKT1KSI.. Horn cowardly scoundrel, a reaidoot of this place, hn sought to sntiafy bis personal animosity fonot u-i, by writ ing anonrmoua Communications to ths local nemirs lninuot.;r. that I waa the perpetrator of a lot crime. Al though my name was omitted from the article, I eak that you publish this in reply. The sccusation was without foun dation of any sort aa is shown by the statement of Mrs fcidsU, now in your poewssion. The author of the in famous charge is worse than an assassin who stabs a man in the dark. Too cow ardly to own the authorahip of such a vile calumny be hides himself from identification ty every mesns in his power. I hereby declare that the charts ia a lie without any foundation other than the vile thought which eminate from th corrupt and lascivious brain of its originator, and publicly brand the a ii ih or as a liar too oow&ruly to own tho dirty screed of which ha waa the con temptible writer. Ths canting bypo- ontea wbo have tried to blacken my nam by oonneoilon with aucb a crime should bold a revival and pray for Ood's forgiveness for tb wrong which they have tried to perpetrate upon an inno cent man wbo never harmed tbsm. A. A. DiPbxcst. A heavy snow storm on tb Raton range last Sunday prevented through maila from eastern points yesterday over the A. T. 4 B. Fe road. ' Resolutions Adopted. At a regular mooting of the recenta of the Normal School of New Mexico Silver City, huid at Bilvei City, Monday, April Clh, l'Xi'i, the following resolutions were adopted: Whereas, by dispensation of the Grand llwsper, Waller C llsdloy, late member of thia boRrd ha been called to bis long borne. Therefor b it ivesolved, that, while w bow in bum ble aubmiuaiou to this final suuimo .s, in the di-rtth of our aeuueiate we have been ubjrtciod to the Iocs of an able and re epeclod uiewbor of the board of rrects of the ISurtnul fckhool of New Menoo at tul ver C.ty It. at ty his il.mUi, the nauw of ed'K'uuou bas 1 i t u ear&ttst and val ued friuiid, tht 'luiiitory a good and worthy ciU.'i' and tna ta-uily a Uevotad and lovinx huoband ai;d lallit-r. lLotolvB.l. tl at tli'we reMilutioiia b spread ur on Die reoordü, and that tho secretary km and is iuBtruotd to J reHent a co y cf tlie iutne to the tirmit t unnty and AltuiTuef'l'ie fK'is f.ir publicalioii, lud to f itwar J su ent''ow..j c'! y duly io li. o i.iuw el ll.s ú ,,i un. lor -i-, J. J. V,'. J. A. w. i ; it. .1 c. v. Fl t iJIMi, 1 1 h(u . r, . t. . H il, I A l 1, 1 ill' " IS t t ti.8 i Another iinrglarj. Baxter liiahop a Poetóme btor waa forcibly entered last Friday night and between two and three thousand cigara atolen. Entrance waa affected through the roar door on Slain street by meana of a broad chisel or hatchet which waa used to pry loose the inner fasteninga. The door was not strongly secured and it evidently required but little effort to force it, aa shown by marks on tb door cosing. From tb character of goods taken the thief la undoubtedly tb same on that robbbd V. (J. forternelds case, it will be remembered, between two and three thousand cigar were taken, at an average value of about t05 per thousand; the amount and quality of cigars atolen from Mr, Bishop ia al most identical with those atolen from Mr. Porterfield. It ia not believed that mor than on man was connected with the latter burglary while in the former there might bava been mor. The thief, or thieves, if caught should b made to sutler the full penalty of tb law, which, in addition to that of burglary would be very sever in the cas of tb Bishop robbory from the fact that hia store ia situated in tb poet-office building. Section 1111 of the postal lawa and reg illations reads aa follows: Any person who shall forcibly break into, or attempt to break into, any post- otllce, or any building used in whole or in part aa a post-otiioe, with intent to commit therein larceny or other depre dation, shail be puuieLñd by a Cas cf net mor thsn 11,000 and by imprisonment at bard labor for not mor than five years. Musical and Art Entertainment. On Thursday evening, April loth, a musical and art entertainment, under ths direction of Mrs. (I. IL Betts and Mies Belle Ecliloa, will be given at Mor rill Opera Houae, for the benefit of the Episcopal church improvement fund. Ths character of ths entertainment and tb object for which It is given oujiht to recommend it to tb generous patronage of the people of this com m unity. Tb price of admission baa been placed within the reach of all CO csnU to all parts of the bouse. Tb re served seat chart ia now on at Porter field's drug store. The church society ia nearly out of debt and if our peopl accord thia entertainment the support which it merits ths ioUriorof ths hand some church building will soon b fully completed. Following ia ths program Mas. Jari.iy's Waa Wokss By the Bieoibors of EL El:xabeln and ti. Ste phen's Guilds. Soto Mr. A. O. Hood. Lames DocuLb Qua aren a Mr. Mor rill and Mrs. White, Crnl soprano; Mrs. Niohol and Mis Alice Bailey, second soprano; Mrs. Laird and MU Maud Kouckey, first alto; Mrs. Norton, and Mrs. tit.ecker, second alto. hJoix) M is Maud Knuckey. Duet Mr. A. O. Hood and Prof. Geo. Holby. AciiMPANitTS MuJums Eolby and NsAooiub. Oysturs in all s'.) Ins at Fritter's White I!.. iu, luiu b counter. 15 It f'lTH CtTT, ft. ML, April 10, IBS. aMItorSerrriiwtST Basnnsu In your issue of April 7th you pub lished a statement to the effect thst a certain man of Hanover bad been guilty of a crime in connection with a young girl which orcated such publio indigna tion that a mob was organized to either bang or run bim out of the community, and sino I am informad that A. A. DePrieat and my daughter have been connected with the matter I wish to atat that ti. rumor waa without foun dation of fact. Mr. DePrieat waa a per sonal friend of my family wbil we lived in Ivanho and has don n numerous favors. Tb report waa undoubtedly circulated for the purpose of injuring the character ot Mr. DePrieat in ths neighborhood in which be lives. Mas. J. E. Si dwell. Tho Southwest Sentía f.i. gladly prints the above statement in the belief that the facta set forth are true and correct. Ed The Road Question. Again that road question has corns be fore the publio and there baa been three meetings held in th oity ot Socorro and on at Magdalena in refereno to that proposed new road from tb latter place recent letter I know from It ton some thing ia going to roll. I copy th follow ing: "What ia more we intend to get that trade, also to petition tb post office department to have th mails leave So corro or Magdalena for th varioue Mo gollón camps instead of Silver City.r' Tbia may sound like a oaatle-in-the-air- story but I have not th leuat bit of doubt but abould th people of 8ooorro pat their shoulder to this enterprise tbey will accomplish what tbey desire. You all knoir that old proverb: "One doer is worth a hundred thinkers." Tb resident of Silver City know only too ell that the people and merchants of Mogollón would muoh rather trade with their own county seat than to trade with other towns when advantage ia shown them of much reduoed pricea In regard to goods at th former place. You know also that th merchant are not there for their health and that tbey ar going to deal where tbey oan obtain tb class ot goods that there ia a demand tor the cheapest. Some little time too saved, there is no question of doubt as to that point. When the trade baa gone to Socorro instead ot Silver City th lat ter place will set up a war cry of unfair neae. You will then know that you left a loop-hole whereby tb trad might es cape. Ar you not going to lock lb stabls door before thia fin horse bas chano to go? It will certainly be too 1st if you leave it much longer. Would it not b well to bay a meeting in Silver City and may be at settlements all along Silver City and Mogollón road put in thoroughly first class repair? Silver City must mak th first step, a it oonoerna Silver City th iuut, and th ether place along th lin will all follow to help th scheme along. Will this nsw or improved old road be of any material advantage to tb farmer located along the Gila? I answer for th others it will. In th first plao where is the farmer or tb freighter who does not havs immense bills to pay for th re pairs neoeasitated by bad and rutty roads? This condition would b reversed it the roada were good or even leveled. Anyone wbo haa been over tbia road will oonfees thst there is scarcely a day wagon does not break down, a wheel (;ila leti'-r. Scarcely had ti e ink dried on my laat letter to jour papar then, a regular norther arrived and th thermnmetsr ! dropped to 19 den. Fh , and as a onae- ! quenco most a'l ths fruit ha been killed for th year. Lent niii'it (Wednesday) ice formed on pond one fourth inch in thickness. In my deecription of the new machin ery at the Red Barn I undervalued the corn aheller. Its greatest dtiy's work waa a few over a thotisncd Sacks cf shelled corn. Th mill ground or chop, ped six hundred sacks per day. Th new bal'jr or bay prena ia quite bnay at present baling twenty tona o! alfalfa per day. The power used is steam. Mr. John MoMilleti ia contemplating starting a store in the now vacant build ing formerly occupied by Wm. Heather. Fly at It; thsr is enough - trad for another store. Tb daily mail la a success in every wsy and every on appreciate thia kind sot of the postal department Mr. John Kious th book-keeper of th L. C a tors has shown himself to be a thoroughly cspabl gentlemen for tn high position which is entrusted to him. II baa been steadily gaining friends ere and th busicesa of th store is rapidly growing under bia capable man agement. . . Ferry Culberson, while sweetly lep ing under th light of th pale Isoed moon of pnr ntoht, bad quit an accident happen to biro. About two 'clock in the morning a hydrophobia skunk attacked bim end bit him on the bridge ot tb nose. Knocking tb skunk away be went into the heme of Mr. Hawkina and had i he wound dressed cd returned to bis bed. In a little City Eleetln. The city election Inat Tupsday brought out a fair ot considering thst thers was but one office contested for that of nionilwr of board of education. Out of a total regi'itration of votes thers were 273 ballots oast, a, th following table wwl show: rom mayor. John W. Fleming 271 Scattering 7 ron oourciL. Jams W.Gillett J. K. Wsgner hoard or EDUCATION. Martin V. Oof Wm. Drahm Window Clua for .! at rorterfiell'. ..279 ..279 ,.1.'7 ..122 For Kent. Rooms fuminhcd or 'an furnish- o1. Mrh. O. S. WiitnEJi, Ileal EaUte anil Insurants Atront 83-tt J. W. riproe, Republlo, la., eays: I havs used Ons Minute CViiigh Cure In my family and for myself, with reaults so entirely saliatactory that I oan har ly find words to express myself ss to its merit, I will never fsil to recommend it to other on every occasion that pre sents itseir." W. C roaTaani.D, Druggist. Broadway lloloi Broadway, itvin City, N M. The Pest 'Hotel in the City Nsw Building, New Furniture anJ Fit. tures throughout. All the luxu.ie ot a Modern Hotel. Hi sail Told nih. sample Kootn Coes Mrrviai Trnlr. Tfc Tibia Supplied WiH Ercry Delicacy A. ABRAHAM, rmirtstor. DR VV H WHITE, 35 Tf sekly Crop Itullotia. Wsekeodtnf April T. The week ending Monday, April 6, was oonaidorsbly below th normal in tern, pera ture and no rainfall was reported from any station. Savor fronts occurred ou th 31st and 1st, doing a great deal ol damage to aprl oota and poaches in some localities. How extensive this dsmsge will be cannot be determined for aeveral days. In the central and lower Rio Grande valley th injnry la reported to be quit sever, but ususlly this la ovsr sstimst- at first examination. bmaii grains ar doing well and in th aoutborn and southeastern parts wiuUr wheat and ry ar aix inches high. Farm work is progressing very well but mor rain would be very beneficial to all interest. In tb Pecos valley a large acreage of sugar beet is being planted in anticipation of the building while the akunk attacked bim again and of a large sugar factory in that locality New stock oí the celebrated Claut-a aheara anil pcissort and razors, l'ricos are reasonable and quality cuaranteeiU At loner- field's Drui? Store. 7tf. For Sale. We have about 200 pounds choice Uabbit UeUl for fiala this office, at rea bod able rAtea. Allan li. Macdonald. 55 i! A Of lit Rain, when ferry hiiosej toe skunk that be did not like this kind of sport. Uh.H 1. II. . ....1 . k. solicitation ot bis friends he deoided to go to Silver City to hrvs hia wound Mis Lucy Cos is taking a special course ot instruction at the una school. Quite a number of cattle buyers havs been hers within tho last few daya and several ot th cattle owner have sold their yearling atoe ra al 111 a bead. Many a man of tb Bear creek outtit hue with the roundup on the upper Gila looked with awe and actually shook in their boots when they ssw the Indisn igns in tb sanda at ths iatsWeotion ot Turkey creek. -z There is no mining going on at present in the Kioe mining district.- Ooemi Garcia, a tenant on rth Henry Miller farm, bas made an entry at the La Cruces land otllce for th 40 acre in section 34 this township occupied by the Uorn school bouse. Njtio taa been given tb trustee of that school that he (Garcia) wants tb school bouse removed rom th land embraced in hia entry. Can any on of th reader inform th trustees th proper action to take? It you oan your information will be gladly received by thia community wbicn bas gon to great expense in tl ereotion ULEOPHAB. I don't know as I have anythiii. b.Ur, but I've a Kkí, and J trr -.t ou r.'.t. i 'í.IÍ a i 1 1 e ato. Jj it I Aii'ilt ) il"l', Ti sny v.,.1 or a tire breaks. This would to a certain dig re all diseppesr when th road ia aa it abould bo. If farmer o no knsw wbat good roada could do tor tham as well as for th town they would not wallow in tb mir up to th bub sud at th earn tun be losing thei tempers. Look at th farming com munitie In some sections or luis ooun try for th advantage of good roads. good farm situated along a bad road sel doin obtaina a purchaser aud sven should he succeed in getting a purchaser b get little or nothing for th product of year of patient woiii, Whil" a poor farm tbt ohance to be situated aloii a model highway geU many, dollars mor per acre than tb good farm alon th bad road. Hav you caught th idoa? Now let us all get to work an hay th County oouetruct a movlul high way from Silver City to each of tl Mogollón camps. It will coet capita) but it ill be something that is unoful Sit well aa ornamental and at the aam time a so u ros of profit to our merchants Yours reeoctf ully, J. II. Waua FritUr is handling steaks, pork cliojxi, are r:i, Ac., (tianna City in i-wkit) to orjr at its v lhs i.nut lunch counter. 1) ll this sp'ing. Experiment In thia lio ar being tried near Santa Fe this season also. Range stock of all kinds came through tb winter in good condition aod ia now looking very well for tb time of year. By Dr. Trice's Crcaa Baklag Fow Two signal triumph bava been achiev ed by Dr. Price's Cream linking Powder. r irst It received Highest Award snd Di ploma at the World's Columbian Ki posi tion of IS'.O. Next it aocured Highest Award and Gold Medal at the California Midwinter Fair otlolM At both Fairs it surpassed all competitor in every re aped. Th award, ia ch instance, was for strongest leavening power, perfect purity and general excellence. It waa austained by the unanimous vot ot th Th victory at Chicago establishes th supremacy of Dr. Pnce s as "The Fore most Uaking 1'owder in tb World. Th triumph at San Franuisoo confirms and emphasizes it. (fUecsasor h A, Ksmmta) Soothing, healing, oleanslng, DeWitt'a Witch Hazel Salve ia the enemy to ores, wounds and pile, whioh it never The old feed is still good on the ranges I fails to cure. Stop itching and burn- to I ing. uures cnapped l-pa and com sore in two or vnree nours. W. C FoRTERnci.D, Druggist. DENTIST. ! adsiluintercd tortus rainlraa axtraMI ol test. J. R. HICKS, i Select Stock of "Hatches, Jeweirr and Silverware OA jim no. Fine Watch Repairing a "penally Engraving end Jewelry Work Done. Bullard St. SilverCity. N. U Well dor School Fond Apportionment for Grant Conaty. I, B. T. Link, superintendent ot schools for said County, do hereby cer tify that I bave duly apportioned th school fund of said County on this 7th day of April, la'Jo. The amount of mon ey subject to such apportionment is flkvl.tX). Ihe total number of persons of school age la 2,708. The rat per scholar is 10.50, which is apportioned to the several district aa below: Precinct 1- 1. No. Scholars, 104 i- a. 1- 3. 2- 1. 3- 3 3- 4- 4- 6- 6- 7- 7- 8- 10- 1. 11- 1. 12-1. 12-2. i:M. 10-1. 2a I. 21 1. 21-2. ffl-1. 232. 23 3. 24-L lio-1. 51 33 211 23 34 71 57 113 9t 43 61 110 . 25 ; 16 403 82 28 67 .'35 71 :S 64' ;u 31 .35 $3200 25.50 10.50 105.50 2H4.00 1150 17.00 35 60 28.50 69.00 45.50 21.00 25.50 65.00 1250 8.00 23150 41.00 14 00 2S.50 17,10 35iü0 11.00 19.00 41.50 32.00 17.00 15 50 17.50 n moat localities, but rain ia needed start tb spring grasa. Th following extracta from a few of the report received at tbia ofllc will b found of interest. Albuquerque Killing frost on th 31st and 1st. Apricots peaches and pluma killed Bernalillo On th 31at high wind and very cold; peaches and apricots badly frozen, also apples, pears and prune to eom extent. Minimum temperature ot 11 on th 31st. Alfalfa' Buffered greatly but is now ooming out all right again. Garden work going on rapidly now. Tree nearly all green. Eddy Rang grass ia coming np well and cattle looking good. Fall sown wheat and ry aix inobe high and look ing well. Spring oat and barley all in. Larg acre ago being put into sugar beet and corn. Alfalfa nearly a foot high aod looking fine, Lower Peñasco Farmer ar getting land in shspe for planting. There i more moisture in the soil than usual at this time of year. Peach, cherry and plum trees In full bloom and doing well ao far. Grasa i getting green and Stock looks tolerably well. Silver City On tb Gila and Mimbre rivers early crops are now planted. Tbe fruit crop generally throughout Grant County believed to be destroyed by the (roste during past week Uallinaa Springs -The 1st and 2d were oold for crops, but aa far aa I know the cold weather haa not injured fruit uol it be aprioota, at least thst is tb ess with my orchard ot l.Ut)U tree. All small grain looking well. Range cattl in very good condition, but we ncod rain badly before lambing season, which oom meuoee about the 2wtb of thia month Las Vegaa Farm work haa juat begun Weather favorable for plowing. KOTB TO REPOKTEK8 Pleas make your weekly report full aa convenient and be aur to mail so that tbey will reach this otilo by Monday evening. More reporter ar desired and carda will b sent anyon willing to send reports on application to the section director at bant te. H. B. Hersky. Section Director, Santa Fe, N. M IVgular dinner at 2 o'clock every after noon at f ritter Whit House lucen counter. Kanaa City meats, aleak, i.a, served. it Dr. Prtcs's Cream Baking: Powder Werts't Fair Mlabt Msoal s4 DiplwM. "Giv m a liver regulator aod I can regulate the world," said a genius. Th I druggist handed him a bottle of De Witt's Littl Early Risers, tb fa mous little bills. W. C. I'oaTXRFiEUD, Druggist. Z AtchUon, Tin Tille, t Is Matt Feb, 2, 1898. Free Silver Restaurant. TOKO rONO. Proprietor. Hot Meals on Short Order Servad at all Hours; Pnoes Aoeord iog to Order. Regular Meals 35c Oysteri on Haif Shell. Bullard Street. Silver City. KO. BO BMTIMATIO Vo- Arrives. ksstihatisw. Depart, oo p. m Silver Ctly a.m a. m. 10 s a. tn. I n.min I 1 m. II .06 p. ai. ) Dealing J 1 oo s. m NiiU....M ij.os p. m. ns a. m Klix-t.n i oo p. m. S.JO s. m Lu Cruces. 1.4ft p. ta JUavs. Arrives tos, m T Paae t AO P. m. B. H. BTSi SES, Aganl. wasTWAan. Oilcaxo AlnuqiK rnue Mirer City r In tart A(l KOI K , HarnUiw Miijav !mi Aneelffi Baa Krauciaco KASTWABD niicaeo KartatClty lirnver Alhiiqnernne Silver City I- HKMIID Ah Kwk Harntow Mojav !, AnirrlM bas Francisco KO. . ... ( no p. m. ,.. 10 a. ni. ... 4 oo p. m. ...11.10 p. ra. .".'.It. la p. m. ... I lia. tn. ... l.io p. m. ... S.OB p. m. no. I. ...lo so p. m. ... 1 oo s. m. ... S ift p. in. ..Sift p. m. ... s ua. in. ... T 27 a. m. ,.. 4 M a. m. .. . 1 10 p. m. ...lo oo s. m. ... 7 ooa. m. ... k. 10 p. m. wo. 10 on p. m. a. Ml TOO s.ooa. m. X 00 p. Ul. T 40 13 III 00 M io. ts a. m. o. sos. m. 5 m p. m. a s. t oo p.m. .oa. m. 00 p. I E. ROSENBERG, Boot and Shoe Maker Repairing noatly and promptly don Satisfaction guaranteed. My price ara I just low noughtosuit th bard time. I (Jive me a call. SILVEU CITY, N. M. MAISER BEOS' Barter ShopEathRccns. The Beat plaee In tlie rlty to fnt a ak. t nKT or a iriwxi ntn. Coroer of BrvxMlway and butUr W P. G. Hontoya, Hair Cnttind Bed mWn mm Good aork, material. Broadway. easy sbar and cteao Silver City Koa. 1 and 4 are solid vent Ihnlsil rin wm. onea oi ainins ran, ninman palmee Irawlns ooin rara aud chair e.ira between tln-KO and m jtnxrirn, nan l'i-o ana ran rranrlx-n, Noa. I and S, Prw-iOe and AtlanLIn innui. a ana WM. STEVENS. ñu OS ATLOS and 1. MmIto leevli'era brtecn lilraso and Aluitn.iirii auu i 1 1 1 1 1 1 , ii t'mt . Mini fjfn Cuiraga am' Ilia ( Ity of Uexra. Atinite eirprm, he tourist lae eara and coaches betntasn K. Conland. den. Acrnl. al hm W. K. Ill owua, T. F. f. A.. El fsAO, Texas jíOídsji&fuT Total, Sli.00 x 8oaa4 Llvsr Makes a Well Haa. PRxoiitcr rvvo no. U. Preoinct 3-1. " 3- i 3-3. No. Scholars, 6fi3 " 23 " St 8.88 Ar tou Bilious. Ootiraled or trou bled with Jaundice, Sick lleadacb. Bad Taste In Mouth. Foul Breath. Coated 1 1 'k I Tongue, Dyspepsia, lodigestioo, Hot Dry 11.13 1 . . i u.. u...i. i ii . u . nkiu, A mu i u , .n.. .iiv k-j . w u .... . i l ii rn.:li- I y - t - I ' I hav .n tt I hM. nmnlnml ffiinr Í4Var ia out of ordsr. and your blood la aiowiy h.inif ruii u.n Ail Vuu i. i m. w n 1 1 r Ii,.. A.AM On week ago yesterday the 5-year-old noV ,,(,t propir- Herbin will our any disorder ot th Liver, Stomach or Bowela. It ha no sual as a IJvsr Medicine. Price 75 cents. Free trial bottles at W. a Porteritel.l. OILlMHISfr Total, Lott la Tbe Sonatals. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Mart Peifect Made. Grandmother knows tliat "pie-plant" child of Anthony Dockwieler, 1st of this city, disappeared from the yard ot th LHx-kweiter ranch, on trie upper I'eooe. According to a letter from Mr. W. 11. Strong, of the Valley ranch, the mother had uiisued the little one but ten minutes, being engaged inaide th houi with ber infant child, when she ioati- tuted search but could nowhere Cnd trac of th boy. Mr. Dockweilsr was on bis wsy horn from a trip to Bants Fe. Upon hia arrival ths sad news ss related by tbe horror-stricken mother and at onoe a large searching party waa nruranizjul liV th iAithlmra and for fl days th bunt for th littl fallow haa is healthy Aud that BoJa sottlcs the besn prosecuted, but without resuii. ivo stomach Doctors know the same trace of the missing one is to be bad anywhere. It is now believed thst tbe thing. "Ripans Tab j lea are largo, child is dead,.nd it is pceaible that om. j j f rwljnIjarb aaJ gla, wild animal may hav eutered th yard 1 rrom in aujaoent mountains ana carnea i ou it o rao y m oo w uy (muuiuuiu' L'm, iwv,u.i-, w.h w. .. ers and doctors both can recorn. and baa many relatives bereabouU who mend "Ripans TabuW for djS wer questionsd thi. morning touching j aU diaorders. fV.ia au 1 sifYnis Kill est mr trm ts aav fni-ir. I r g of them had been advised ot u.'s case. I We sell this roliablo remedy for They say thst it is possible that th f.fl, la .1.11 In 1 1 l A hinnnl.irtl Uflpnh. ing for hia little one ac'. ha had neither ÍS enough to gire r el iff. tune nor bsart to sdvi&e thsm of bister- nbl Iowa. Nsw Mexioan. (art for twsetanct. lott il aaaáS. S.iaiMi tailiaieaa. Ssamaltsr. ft n I r II 1 I ". nraa..i.. a.ir EililLEl I I Biatrstt.Lsasslll.swT. U II I L II I it L ITS0NS. Vissrf Ms roc. tl ou, Bt.t, ss.uw. Aasrsas SIU' two llalawM Csm is Lucas Ava. LOUIS, MO fin ttt. Hw Unit: SEXUAL pills E. C. DUnLINGAMC'S A cc Air flrnr-n ab chcmical AooAI Ut rii: laboratory GOLD AND SILVER BULLION R.Saadl, M.IUd sad Amjií ar PanAaMd. Mtrtas. I7M s I7JI Uwraats U.. DrVU. COLO. TIIX3 C. 17. MADKS' Photographic . STUDIO. Skelley Building, SILVER CITY. K. IL M. M. MOHGAN, Watchmaker Jeweler, AU atUuiInn (iven to lit ,.ii ab4 '' KatUfActlua CtUiii4d. Jew York üorlü, T1IKICE.4-WEEK EOITI05. Droadwsy Hotel Building. SILVEtt CITT. 19 HGCS A WCEK. 158 HCiS A ft AH. One "Ripans Tabule" Letter LUt. Tb following is a hat ot th uncalled tor letters now held to the tidier City postofEoa, April 1.1, 13U1: Alderete Clara Aldorel Adislad ilarngurn Mrs II M Üarrett Wiüism Disk ley At Champion Joseph Garcia Petra Keyes John Iewis David J McOaraty Hon J P Marlin L 1 Mtilnundo Paulo fT.tonls JollO I'leua say "Advertised," Len asking f'r ths tji s 1. I tt-ra. I.. A. f rt-üv, IV-p' master. Grandfather and all the rt-bt cf (he family know that pura ilrii! aro needed in all caaes of sicknerss, to uiidrbtand why people who want the purobt drugs como to t!.is bUrti to got them. Auothor rid sor ia tL ft t the prie i aro no high er than they ouht t ) be. V. C. Püftcrr.íü weekly paper publislied and is tlie only important deinoorstio "weekly" pul hatied in New York City. Thr times aa large a the leading? republican week. ly of New York City. It will b cf eierinl advantage lo you during the Presidential Campales, a it is pub lished eveiy oilier day, except burulay, Slid has all the freabnees and tinrniliiiiw of a daily. It ooiiibiurs all the news with a long hat of lnur,ling depart ments, unique fouturea, cartoons and graptuo illualratiotia, the latter U'lDg a sittu-ialtv. AU tlieae iriiprci'einpnt have Iteen mais wilhoiit sny oí rw.i in the cott, wbii h reniaina at oris uobur l r )r, YS oil.'r this une ioftU .I iieoKon; er and y. Kiinimi.?rt.isiiNii, U-.-ti.er oi e your for i-i 'li.e re'ulur subaoui'tioii pili a t'f l!, Irto pi.jKia ia ft li. fíaxtfir Bishop, (Th. Pwlofica lo') Wbnlewls and Detail IxaJsrs la Fruits and Confectionery Osara, Tobáceo, Kutlona, ste. siLvnn crry, - - new ur.s "THE QME, 51 Comer of Vaiitirs Hliert and Brodv. fc-M.r ly nulrd by Thte. !ligi;inu, IV taij., sj-rac-v-33 V3.ix.si. rii.itw. All tl.o Ini.X i t (Ml Ait r i t-r i;' i \n\n COHNTT Off K. Y. !- ,sm A ft. I t t N. A. i-.i.-h K. M V. 'iT'ir ..-ttHi T. N. ..i.-re . K. Ii..n Mogollón last Frwlay. drug atora a few week ago. In that to tb Mogollón campa. Ia regard to a tb lin and draw np plana to hav this Cos's msjority. sumí. TRiujtrnH iros. júncea. nanitas City Ienver pQllnin palare drawlnr room rara, louri.t i.n IHK cr mi r.nt'iif.B Hfinren I IIICJMtO And lXJf Anrrlr. Hun IMt-KO and Nan Francia.- Ko. sor? ty I nnouiuvra. iuiiw sou rever, SvW. ii run Ubiutwd la Colorada, ISU. PamplM by nail or aiprrM will rMlta prunipl and ear.ru! auxilio. Doctora know it, too. Bo it's enuy Is lardar thsn anv jVlv or saml.