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i Monday, February 14, 1910t - f (IP PURS are tblBflllRF TRADE WiTH US AND WE WILL CERTAi&LY SAVE YOU !20&EY 3 c Strictly Fresh Eggs, per dozen Strictly Fresh Standard Creamery Butter, O K per pound oJOi American Lad;- Flour (best QP for bread) 24 ib. sacks OOC American Lcdv Flour (best for bread) 48 lb. sacks for Silver Coin Flour (best for biscuit and pastry) 24 5r lb. sacks for .'.OOC Silver Coin Flour (best for biscuit and pastr) 48 d-3 lb. sacks for P vtl 8 3-4 lb. bags old fashioned Meal for Pink Beans (frijoles) 4 lbs. for 25c jyj C iDC 12 lbs. fancy California Potatoes for 100 lbs. fancy Cali-. fornia Potatoes for 3 lbs. Silver Leaf Lard for 5 lbs- Silver Leaf Lard for 10 lbs. Silver Leaf Lard for Fancy Oranges, per dozen Large extra fancy Oranges Oi ? per dozen &iOC 2 cans Petit's Pois Peas for 6 big bars Velvet Soap for $1.75 50c 80c 1.50 20c 25c 8 bars White Star Soap for 3 cans Pioneer Milk, large size, for 6 cans small size St. Charles Milk, for 25c quality canned Fruits going at 3 cans Pie Blackberries for 3 cans Kidney Beans for 20c size Chili Sauce for Monarch Pickled Onions per bottle 15c size Mackerel (Lent special) 3 for 2 lb. boxes Codfish for Cream of "Wheat, per pkg. 2 pkgs. Grape-Xuts for 3 pkgs. City Soda Crackers for . .. 3 pkgs. Graham Crackers for Fresh Soda Crackers (per lb. by the box) Full quart can pure Olive Oil (special) for 60c size pure Olive Oil for 25c 25c 15c 25c 25c 15c 20c 25c 30c 15c 25c 25c 25c 7zc 50c Standard Qmc&rv Co. THE CASH STOEE Bell Phone 901 ; Auto Phone 1901. 219 S. El Paso St. Wholesale and Retail HOTEL ARRIVALS. Sheldon: George E. Farish, William E. Hine, -New York; A. S. Dascomb. San Antonio, Tex.; "W. Beecham, St. Paul. Minn.; Edward L. Hade, El Oro, Mexico; B. B. Zieber, Dallas, Tex.; Charles B. Mllliken, Los Angeles, Cal.; Rev. John J. Hoban, Toyah Valley, Tex.; B. F. Duncan, Dallas, Tex.; M. A. Menclegay, John H. Baker, San Fran cisco; J. A. Dolan, Denver, Colo.; Geo. S. Williams, Amarillo, Tex.; K. W. Staf ford, New York City; R. R. Treland, Denver, Colo.; 1L. W. Bland, Kansas City Mo.- Mrs. I. S. .Klein, G. Pruntz, R. N. Barber, Minneapolis Minn.; J. E. Clow, Los Angeles, Cal.; C. A. Melin, Frank Carroll, Denver, Colo.; James T. Coffee, W. A. Thomas, Oakland, Cal.; F. Von Steinwohr, Cincinnati, O.; L. W. Boyle, H. G. Thomas, J. W. Christy, G. H- Heisrog, Minneapolis, Minn.; Charles E. Doll, Santa Fe, N. M.; J. S. Dearing, Colorado Springs, Colo.; E. H. Haynes, Paul G. Bowles, Fort Worth, Tex.; J. A. Russell, B. B. Zuban, Charles B. Milliken. Dallas Tex.; C. D. Beeth, Tucumcari, N. M.; E. Haniesen, San Antonio, X. M.; A. J .Snowdan, Ra ton; S. L. Mitchell, J. E. Haviland, New York; Mrs. F. Juergens, Miss Juergens, Ash Park, Ills.; O. E. TerrySt Louis, Mo.; O. W. Lawson, Detroit, Mich.; C. E. Hoffman, Cincinnati, O.; Peter Mc Carthy and wife, Troy, N. Y.; F. T. Wagner. Chicago, 111.; F. Hamer, Johnstown, Pa.; D. E. Bowman, Los Angeles, Cal.; George F. Fallings, Chi cago, 111.; Mrs. Katherine IC Cox, Los Angeles, Cal.; L. Z. Farwell, Freeport, Mo.; A. Buckedatlar, Canton, O.; J. L. Terrazas and sister, Chihuahua, Mex.; H. G. Rainford, Plymouth, Wis.; E. L. Morrison and wife, Salt Lake; R. M. Bell and daughter, Denver, Colo.; B. Pratte, Louisville, Ky.; F. C. Collope, Chicago, 111.; John G. Levas, Silver City, X. M.; Dr. S. R. Hunter, St. Louis, Mo.; Harlan H. Bradt, Detroit, Mich.; L. L. Wheeler and wife, Nevada; L. L. Long, Chihuahua, Mex.; A. A. Burney, Bon ham, Tex;; M. H. Game, Austin, Tex.; R. Roy Sibley, Copper Creek, Ariz.; John N. Kleff, New York; Mrs. J. G. Cuthbertson, Boston, Mass.; D. N". Ja coby. Providence, R. L; M. L. Stern, S C. Pandrif and wife, Albuquerque, N. M; D. J. Reed, Sapulpa, Okla.; Charles Houston and wife. New York; P. J. Clibborn, Chicago, 111.; W. B. Mowery, L. J. Parker, Oklahoma City; H. Woods, DeKalb, 111.; W. Fiehe, Chicago, 111.; L. L. Merrill and wife, Anapra, N. M.; Jose Del Riego, Ojo Caliente, Mex.; R. Mich ades, Ojo Caliente, Mex.; Arch Kyle, jr., Duluth, Minn.; S. E. Gault, W. H. Brasewell, San Antonio, Tex.; J. P. Wrayton. J. F. Finley, New York; E. R. Halle. St. Louis Mo.; J. T. McCreight, Duluth. Minn.; W. L. Bleekner, Cleve land, O.; Alejandro Ranells, Mexico D. 'F., John Hackworth, New York; W. R. Ballard, Gila, Mexico. Y.; R. Henderson, Albuquerque, N. M.; F. Stewart, Albuquerque, N. M.; R. Ainsa, Albuquerque, N. M.; W. J. Schutz and wife, Chicago; H. H. Kiefer, At lanta. Ga; Edward Haas, Neosho, Mo.; j Miss Minnie Haas, Neosho, Mo.; Clyde A. Ross and wife, Neosho, Mo.; A. J. Galley, Ysleta, Tex.; George H. Prentls, Detroit, Mich.; L. Daughters, Detroit, Mich.; H. R. Bedient, Albuquerque, N. Ar Tniin x TMovd. 1r.. and wife. Lynch burg, Va.; W. E. Malley, New Haven, j Conn.; F. L. Carson, Chihuala, aiex., Thomas K. Ferrel, Lynchburg, Va.; S. Haynes, Dolores, Mex.; S. M. Sproul, Los Angeles, Cal. HOTEL COVERS fflO M N WITH GUN Burglar Alarm Sounds at Alberta Hotel Strangers Are Arrested. "Come quick, we've got a couple of crooks." When this message reached the police station by telephone it was all over at the Alberta hotel. The Tlfth attempt within two weeks to ransack that hostelry, located at San Francisco and "Santa Fe streets, resulted but that is the tory. TWO young men were discovered in the room of B. Tom Smith, veteran railroader who runs the Alberta. This was about two weeks ago, and the man escaped the clutches of the household er. Three times since they have re- from the room came loud snores, and snores mean sleep. One knelt down and started to work on the lock. Then the landlord acted. With his new automatic shotgun he covered the visitors. But one of the youths drew a revolver from his pocket. There was noise and roomers came to the rescue- There was a fight too, and Mr. Smith lammed each stranger on the head with his new shot gun. I When assistant chief of DOlice Ten- Eyck arrived, there was great excite- ment at the Alberta hotel. Many men and women in night drapery told about it and led the way up the Alberta stairs. There crouched the two youthful visitors under the range of a shot gun In the hands of Mr. Smith and a full sized revolver in the smaller hand of Mrs. Smith. The Smiths were, victors, and the two young men were taken away, their heads bleeding from the shotgun caresses. When searched at the police station the pockets of one young man contained a strange implement with a saw edge. Only one had been armed. Giving their names as Harry Bahm and S. R. Baughan, the roughly handled visitors at the Alberta were locked up for the night. Residence Burglarized. St. Regis: Vere Goldwaite and wife. Ellen Beach Yaw, M. Jay Plome. M. C. Deming, C. A. Melin, New York; P. M. Shaw, jr., Duluth, Minn.; F. D. Quig ley, Chicago, 111.: A. G. Sorency and wife, Kansas City, Mo.; W. A. Hance and wife, Frafert; J. A. Dearing. Colo rado Springs, Colo.; Dr. G. H. Bacon, Mexico; M. S. Stokely. Du buque, Iowa; J- A. Russell, Dallas, Tex.; W. D. Prey, Denver, Colo.; W. A. Bender. Chicago, 111.; A. L. Sumption, Los Angeles, Cal.; James Ferguson, San Francisco, Cal.; H. A. King, Ft. Davis, Texas; George C. Piwonka, Denver, Colo.; L. Freedmont, R. Lzathmary, New York; L. L. Long, Chihuahua, Mex.; W. J. Hamilton, Oscuro, N. M.; Ct. de Ste Croix, J. de Montesquien, Paris, France; Leo Weil, New York; D. N. Jacoby, Providence, R. I.; Arthur Meyer, San Francisco, Cal.; S. T. Orin, New York; F. E. McFarlin, Kansas City, Mo.; Lie Jose A. Yanes, eTm. Blankensee, Babi cona, Mex.; S. L. Hauser, W. P. Mur phy, St. Louis, Mo.; W. B. Lee, W. W. Thompson, New Yorlz. Angelus J. L. Baker, Ft. Worth, Texas; B. B. Zuler, Dallas, Tex.; O. B. Millikeii. Weatherford, Tex.; B. F. Dun can, Dallas, Tex.; Warren R. Cox, Cleve land, O.; M. W. Waumbaugh, St. Louis, Mo.; C. W. William, Chicago, 111.; W. W. Dixon, Richfield, Ida.; A. Heggen and wife, Pittsburg, Pa.; C. T. Wilson, Tuc son, Ariz.; M. J. Musgrove, Tucson, Ariz.; C. E. Kushner, Chicago,' 111.; Bryant M. Campbell and wife, Vancou ver, B. C; Edward J. Burns, Long Branch, N. J.; L. C. Rich, New York; G. F. Meyer and wife, Atlanta, Ga.; C. C. Walcott and wife, Detroit, Mich.; J. J. Sud and wife, Portland, Ore.; A. Lloyd and wife, Albuquerque, N. M.; Harlan N. Bradt, Detroit, Mich.; M. H. Dunn, Atlanta, Ga.; J. T. Goodrich, Chi cago; L. B. Ely, Globe, Ariz.; A. D. Walker. Chicago; F. A. Offerle, Chicago; Hi. laruti, v-incagu, jauies amucjt, iuu son, Ariz.; Mrs. L. C. BIgnell, Denver, ( Colo.; Mrs. E. Bignell, Denver, Colo. Orndorrr -Victor Payson and wife, Watseka, III.; J. L. Beal, jr., Lubbock. Tex.; S. Y. Conuell and wife, Omaha, Neb.; Gus H. Cohens and wife. Kansas City, Mo.; R. B. Oliver, jr.; Cape'GIrar- ; deau, Mo.; W. A. Murray, Tucson, Ariz.; t Robert Fitsmann, Chicago; L. W. HI1- fener, Nashville, Tenn.; W. A. Thomas, i Minneapolis, Minn.-; H. G. Thomas, Minneapolis, Minn.; L. W. Boyce, Min neapolis, Minn.; J. W. Christy, Minne apolis, Minn.; George Heissing, Minne apolis. Minn.; Fron Sterrinehr, Cincin nati, O.: H. Leonard Wilton and fam ily, Detroit, Mich.; M. E. Ratcliffe, New York; E. L. Butler, San Antonio; G. E. j Henderson, Wyath, La.; M. Fitzpatrick and wife, ancouver, B. C; James P. Harper, MInald; A. J. Nlsbet, Denver, Colo.; H. V. Winch ell, Minneapolis, Minn.; A. R. Weisz. Springfield. III.; S. G. Warden, Denver, Colo.; Dr. S. R. Hunter, St. Louis, Mo.; Sam Black, Dallas, Tex.; Ed. S. Brown, Pawhuska; J. M. Dashlell, Atlanta, Ga.; A. J. Man ning, Albuquerque, N. M.; Leo Well, New York; H. A. Lloyd and wife, Law ton, 111.; C. C. Geloin. Carlsbad, N. M.; George F. Rand and wife. Buffalo, N. TJrn rotirtonnn nf TTiTtrnT-r! f.illriTr? TflR appeared, Smith says, one ransacking a , Montana streeU was visitea by burglars before midnight Saturday while the j family was absent. A watch and $4 in roomer's possessions and escaping with B. -watch and a loaded pocketbook. About 3:30 oclock Sunday morning, Mr. Smith heard his burglar alarm xing, one he had placed at the front door which is left unlocked. He saw two young men enter, but he did not call the police or raise any other form of disturbance. Instead for 20 long minutes minutes which seemed hours he watched the early morning visitors steal up the stairs. Covered With Guh. Soon they stood opposite a room and ..2v Wiv iiasop Six Choruses flL:& and SixDozenGoodLaughs 'Ireland isn't Ireland any more" would tickle you to death even if you'd never smiled before in your life. It's one of the longest Am berols ever made and there's real fun in every inch of it February Amberol Record No. 354 for the Edison Thonqgraph Get complete list of February Records from your dealer, or-write to National Phonograph Company. 5 Lakeside Avenue. Orangre, N.J. cash are reported missing. The entire house was ransacked. Entrance was gained by breaking a glass and rais ing the sash. Lose Pair of Trousers. A burglar found his way into the home of G. A. Lambeth, at 512 Mesa avenue, and got away with a pair of trousers. Several young men, who had of-en out for the evening, were passing the house when a man ran up to them, a pair of trousers on his arm and said: "There is a burglar in that house. I am one of the roomers there; he got into my room and I am going for the police." He ran fast and was around the corner and out of sight before they realized that they had been tricked by a second story worker. Lambeth came rushing out with a six shooter in his hand, but could find no one and went back to hunt through the house for more burglars. Posener Robbed Again. Was it a female burglar that broke into Posener's millinery store last night? It may well have been. Four 'boxes of willow plumes the joy iaud delight of the feminine fashion folks are missing, netting a loss of about $500. This morning when the store, located at 4 Little Plaza, was opened, It was found that a glass had been broken on the rear door, a bolt lifted, and a lock sprung. Two More Burprlaries. Burglars recently made a haul from the office of Dr. J. B Brady, dentist, and Max Hezener, manufacturing jewel er, in the Wells-Fargo building. En trance was gained to the office of Dr. Brady over the transom and over 4100 worth of gold stolen. From Hezener the burglars secured about $485 worth of stones, jewelry and tools. THE STORY OF THE PEANUT SHELLS. Zieger. R. C. Miner, Mesilla Park, N. M.; Charles Meyer and -wife. Gardiner, N. M.; Mrs. I. N. Milsap, Gardiner, N. M.; J. W. Reynolds, Denver, Colo.; G. H. Grant, Durango, Mexico; R. J. Morgan. Peoria. 111.; W. E. Hine, New j.ork; F. M. McKenzie, Pecos, Texas; George B. Landrum. Pecos, Texas; J. B. Judd. Dajlas, Texas; Andrew Bain, Hawthorn, New; Ben Greig, San Pedro. Chihuahua; "A. F. Thompson, Deming, N. M.; John F. McClimons. Sulphur Springs; M. E. Langley. Patagonia, Ariz.; E. F. Brad shaw. Denver, Codo.; W. H. Pelphrey, Alamogordo, N. M.; James W. Taylor, Casas Grandes, Mexico; Frederico Rt vas, Cleveland, O.; F. Freedman, New York; R. Szathmaryt New York; Mrs. J. J. Russell, Cripple creek, Colo.; E. H. Redding, New Orleans, La.; W. W. Camp, Pecos, Tex.; C. H. Rice, Odessa, Texas; E. F. Dawaon, FortWorth, Tex.; P. M. Bell and daughter, Denver, Colo.; E. C. Adams, Anthony, N. M. George Dawling, New Orleans. ,W. J, Dunken. Lima. O.; W. M. Hoffman, Dawling, Conn; W. R. Crookes, Springfield, O. Lest we former let's keep our money at home nd still get the best. Globe Flour Dr. Gh E. CAMERON ' Dentist Full Set Teeth (best teeth).... $10.00 Reliable dentistry at reasonable prices. Office over Guarantee Shoe Store W. G. WALZ COIViPAY PIONEER MUSIC HOUSE ESTABLISHED 1881 SOUTHWESTERN DISTRIBUTORS AND JOBBERS Edison Phonographs and Records Victor Talking Machines and Records Goods Sold on Easy Payments. Catalogs and Price Lists Furnished on Application As every one knows, C. W. Post of Battle Creek, Michigan. Is not only a maker of breakfast foods, but he is a strong individualist who believes that the trades unions are a menace to the liberty of the country. Believing this, and being a "natural born" scrapper for the right, as he sees it, Post, for several years past, has been engaged in a ceaseless warfare against "the Labor Trust," as he likes to call it. Not being able to secure free and untramnieled expression of his opinions on this subject through the regular reading pages of the newspapers he has bought advertising space for this pur pose, just as he is accustomed to for the telling of his Postum "story," and he has thus spent hundreds of thousands of dollars in denouncing trades unionism. As a result of Post's activities the people now know a whole lot about these organizations; how they are honeycomb ed with graft, how they obstruct the development of legitimate business, cur tail labor's output, hold up manufactur ers, graft upon their own -membership, and rob the public. Naturally Post is hated by the trades unionists, and in tensely. He employs no union labor, so they can not call out his men. and he defies their efforts at boycotting his products. The latest means of "getting" Post is the -widespread publication of the story that a car which was recently wrecked in transmission was found to be loaded with empty peanut shells, which were being shipped from the south to Post's establishment at Battle Creek. This canard probably originated -with president John Fitzgerald of the Chica go Federation of Labor, who, it Is said, stated it publicly, as truth. Post comes back and gives Fitzberald the lie direct. He donounces Fitzgerald's statement as a deliberate falsehood, an underhanded and cowardly attempt to injure his business, having not the slightest basis in fact. As such an ef fort it must be regarded. It is signifi cant that this statement about "the pea nut shells" is being given wide news paper publicity. In the "patent Inside" of an eastern country paper I find It, and the inference naturally is that labor unionites are insidiously spreading this lie. An institution (or a man) which will resort to moral Intimidation and to physical force, that will destroy ma chinery and burn buildings, that will maim and kill if necessary to effect its ends, naturally would not hesitate to spread falsehood for the same pur poses. We admire Post. While we have no enmity toward labor unions, so long as tney are conanetea in an nonest. "live- Grand Central: J. JD. Jervis and wife, Decatur, Ala.; A. T. Haugh and wife, Newton, Kansas, E. J. Keith, Sa keston, Mo.; H. S. Smith, D. Mora, M. S. Short, Globe, Ariz.; C. S. Bidwell, Monticello, Iowa; A. A. Gurtsfran, Stan ford, Tex.; H. H. Gordon, Denver, Col.o.; C. S. Griffith, Oklahoma City; J. W. Goodwin, Loveland, Colo.; Victor Carl son and wife, Rockford, Ills.; C. T. Es cobar, J. C. i Latone, Maurice Morgan, ; Chihuahua, Mex.; Fred O. Virmer, Le roy Eaton, Britton, S. D.; Fred Ster ling, Pectoril, 111.; Luis E. Gowman, Los Angeles, Cal.; V. F. Frizzell, Tuc son, Ariz.; L. L. Wheeler and wife, Ne vada; Tommie Marquette, Fort Worth, Tex.; J. L. Terrazas and sister, Chi huahua, Mex.;"C. G. Stover, Fort Worth, Tex.; Thomas S. Hislop and wife. Globe, Ariz.; George Bowers and wife, Chi cago, 111.; C. H. Mattress and wife, San Marcial, N. M.; C. M. Baker, Wash ington, D. C; J. F. Fleming, W. F. 'Farnsworth, Silver City, N. M.; J. F. Sawyer, Denver, Col.; C. Hamkratt, Portland, Ore.; J. W. Morro wand wife, Winamac, Ind. NOT RAISING EGGS INSTEAD OF NUGGETS Mining Company Has Not Gone Out of Business to Eaise Chickens. ' Morenci, Ariz., Feb. 12, 1910. Editor El Paso Herald: In The El Paso Herald of February 11, under date or uiirton. Ariz., Febru ary 10, appears the following: "The New York-Arizona Gold and Copper company has discontinued active operations on Its claims west of Morenci and is investing large capital in chick ens. Eggs at Morenci are 60 cents a dozen and the company hereafter will devote niOre attention to chickens than to the mines, as it has plenty of range space." Were this April 1, the above might be passed over as an effort on the part of your Clifton correspondent to make a sorry joke. The New York -Arizona has not ceased active raining operations, but on the contrary has lately increased the work ing force, and also has plans well ma tured for tlje early instalation of reduc tion works. "Very truly yours, The New York-Arizona Gold and Cop per companj'. T. W. Wester, Secretary. MIAMI PUTS IN PL-VN'T TO PUMP WATER TO CONCENTRATOR. Globe, Ariz., Feb. 14. The big pump ing plant of the Miami Copper com pany will be installed on the McLelne about four and one-half miles east of the company property. The original plans contemplated the instalation to handle the Old Dominion mine water on the Stead ranch, but the newer project was found more feasible, ThA vinmi company has requested th c,i. and-let-llve" kind of a way, we have I nerintendent of the Arizona & Eastern had enough of the tarred end of the stick tto sympatmze tnorougmy -with what he is trying to do. He deserves support. A mian like Post can not be killed, even with lies. They are a boomerang,' every time. Again we knoiv, for hasn't this weapon every weapon that could be thought of, been used (and not simply by labor unions) to put us out of busi ness too? I am going to dring .tWcups of Postum every morning 'from this time on, and put myself on a diet of Grape Nuts. Bully for Post! Editorial in the American Journal of Clinical Medicine. ported to their native country, to hnild a siding to the McLain ranoh so pipe and machinery can be hauled there at once. The water from the Old Dominion mine, which has been contracted for by the Miami company for use at its big concentrator, is di rected by gravity flow to the McLain rannh. The plant there will force It through pipes to the concentrator. Two Chinamfen arraigned before United States commissioner George B. Oliver this morning were ordered de- That Pos Deficit Postmaster-General Hitchcock reports that the Post-Office Department loses $64,000,000 a year in the business of carrying second-class mail (magazines and periodicals). There is not a deficit of $17,000,000, as the department alleges, biit actually a surplus of more than $10,000,000, when the specific loss on free rural delivery is taken into consideration, and the de partment's figures of $64,000,000 loss on second-class matter are wrong by more than $60,000,000. THE SMTUIipjlY EVENING POST for February 12th devotes its- editorial page to this subject, showing the injustice of the recommendation to raise the rate on all magazines and periodicals but not on daily papers or the country weeklies. fPIP1 One fact: In the year ended June 30th, 1908, the weight of second-class, matter compared to 1907 creased 18, 000,000 pounds. The postal expenditures creased $18,000,000. THere is some thing in it besides second-class matter: Look for a dozen more facts in this week's (date of February 12th) number of The Saturday Evening Post. ' j Paid . circulation this week is copies The Curtis Publishing Company Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - BACK TO MISSOURI. M. S. Ackerley (it is on the Fred Harvey payroll but just plain, simple "Arack") is going away tonight go ing back to Missouri where the mules and red clay grow, to visit the old place where he used to follow a plow and the standing of the Missouri valley baseball league all at the same time. Mack has bought a new pink shirt of the same j JAILOR FRANCO IX CALIFORNIA wi6C a.o u. riwia canyon sunset, nas packed his alligator equlvalant of a Missouri carpet bag and is going "back home." PRIVATE CAR PARTIES. "W. B. Thompson, a New York capit alist, and party arrived In the city to day, leaving for Santa Barbara, Mex ico. His trip across the line pertains to his Interest in large mines in Mex ico. Charles T. Croker. son of the late vice -president of the Southern Pa and party, will pass through the city this evening on a tour of Mexico. CATTIjE IMPORTATIONS. At the local port today 301 head of cattle were Imported by J. T. Cameron, 62 by Milton Robinson and 136 for the J. H. Nations Meat & Supply company. At Columbus an importation of 1223 head was made today Juan Franco, day jailor at the county jail, has gone to caiiiornia to appear as a witness in a suit which Is on trial then1. In his absence, J. D- Newton, night jailor. Is filling Franco's place in the shenli's, office, and Juan Asca rate is acting as night jailor. BULL. BUTTS MATADOR. In the Juarez bull ring Sunday the third bull followed Manuel Laain, the matador, and as he was climbing the fence he butted him from the rear, sort of assisted him ovef the fence, as It were. CHEMUNG SINKS WELL. Silver City, N. M., Feb. 14. The Che mung Copper company has during the past few days put quite a force of men at work sinking one of its big wells, a few miles from "Whitewater, with the idea of developing sufficient water to run a good sized mill in that locality. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy never disappoints those who use It. for ob stinate coughs, colds and irritations of the throat and lungs. It stands un rivaled as a remedy for all throat and lung diseases. Sold by all druggists.