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T1IF, KAULK: WKMIíSDA'Y, OCTOBKK 8, 11(94..
9 How does Don: H. Kedzie, of the Lordsburg Liboral, reliidi tbe nomination of R. If. Theilmann? Deming Head light. Don : swalloived his dish of crow like a man, but that does not alter the fact that it was a villainous dose. He isn't alone either. ' Thomas B. Cathon concluded that it would lie better to pay for the brick u.sed sonic years ago in his block at Santa Fe before going out and asking for voles this fall. AVe print the -particulars' in another column. So.mk fellow fixed up a slate for the populist primary last Saturday evening and it went through without even getting the edge broken. It is hinted that one of the republican leaders had a linger in the pie. TiiKiiE is a chance for the members of the next territorial legislature to dis tinguish themselves. There are a great many of the laws of the territory which ought to be repealed and few new ones are needed. The populists are confident of success in Colorado this fall and the reelection of AVaite is not at all improbable. RiciiAKD Manhpiki.ii Whitk, the prize kicker on the World's fair board, isn't kicking alsjtit the nomination of Catron this time. He kicked t wo years ago, but swallowed Catron this time without a struggle. Tim republicans of the county are hoping to get the aid of the populisms in this campaign and are going to make a big bid for it. Without populist votes the leaders know that the ticket is doomed. R. L. Yoi'.vo is one of the most popu lar democrats in Dona Ana county and he is going to have a big majority in Grant and Dona Ana counties over his opponent, A. L. Christy. The prospects are excellent for the election of the entire democratic legisla tive ticket in this district this fall. The nominees are all men worthy of support and they are going to get it. Juim;k I5oo.sk mav as well make ar rangements for a winter residence at the territorial capital. His election to the legislature is not doubted by well informed republicans. Rui'mtucAss have given up the hope of defeating S. S. Urannin for commis sioner from the second district. He has too nianv friends in the county to be de feated. Slii'I'ery is slipping around after votes but they are slipping through his lingers like eels. It's going to le a slippery campaign for Slippery. Gkohok Cuititv is one of the most pop ular democrats in this council district and he will be elected by n big majority rnyt oinntli. Thihty-fouk days and election day will be here. Now is the time for the candi dates to make hay. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I A. ANCHETA. O, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Will practico In all tlio courts of the terri tory. Criminal law a specialty. Office corner Texas and Spring streets. SILVER CITY - NEW MEXICO. Special Muster's Sale. W'HEHEAS, 11Y A CERTAIN DECREE II made fiv the district court of tin; third judicial district of the territory of New Mex ico, in and for the county of Urnnt, the lHth day of May, A. I). 1891, In a certain cause then penning m sum court, in which sam cause Matthew S. Cleveland is the coinnliiinant. and William Sklllicorn and Lnnson A. .Snyder are the respondents, it was, among otner things ordered, adjudged and decreed that the said respondents, within three days from the date of said decree pay said complainant, Matthew S. Cleveland, the sum of SttlO.OO.with Interest thereon from the lath day of, May, A. 1), 1HH4, together with the costs, charges and allowances of said cause, falling In which t lull the Divinises mentioned in sa d decree and hereinafter described he sold for the pur pose or satisfying said indehtedness, togemer Willi the costs, charges and allowances as aforesaid, and t tint the undersigned as a spe cial master of said court execute sain sale. And whereas, the sa hi respondents, William Sklllicorn and I.anson A. Snyder, have whol ly failed to comply with said requirements of said decree, and tlie time within which said payments were hy said decree directed to be made has missed. ' Tills is to give notice, that In pursuance of said decree, I I lie undersigned special master will, on Tuesday the 2nd day of October A. D. 1894, at 11 o'clock a. in., lit the front door of the court house In the. town of hi ver City, county of Ora nt and territory of New Mexico, offer for sale and sell at public vendue, to the highest bidder for cash in hand, the fol lowing described real estate situate in tin; Pinos Altos mining district, county of Grant and territory of New Mexico, to wit: that certain mill known as the Skilllcorn and Sny der mill, the same being situated upon that certain mining claim or mill site known as the Sklllicorn mining claim or mill site, more particularly described as follows, to-wit: 1'omiucuciug at a stone monument 100 feet Ik-Iow the well that furnishes water to the Sklllicorn mill, and runs thence east ;dH) feet to a stone monument on tlie northeast corner of claim; thence south IHMJ feet to a stone monu ment on the southeast corner of claim; thence MKI feet west to listone monument on the southwest corner of claim; thence WW feet north to a stone monument on tlie north west corner of claim; and thence IllKI feet to tlie place of beginning: said mining claim or mill site is recorded in hook 4 at pages 202 and 21Ct of mining locations said Orant county records, to which reference Is hereby made for a more particular description together with the siiace of three acres about said mill with all machinery, fix tures, appliances and appurtenances in any manner pertaining to said mill and mill building. John. I. Bkix. Special master. A. II. H AHI.l.KK. Solicitor for complainant. 8-4.t The above sale has been postponed by the order of said special master until Saturday, the tlth day of October, at 11 o'clock a. m. n T. ni I i.i.i es. , PHYSICIAN AMI SIRGEON. OthVe at Bailey's drug Store, Rooms at Dr. Bailey's residence. SILVER CITY ... N. M. TAMES S. FTETDER, r) ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office over Silver City National Bank. SILVER CITY N. M. 0 B. GILLETT, Of ATTORNEY AT LAW and NOTARY PUHLIC, Collections a Specialty, SILVER CITY - - - N. M. A II. 1IARLLEE. A, . ATTORNEY AT LAW, SILVER CITY N. M. TOIIN M. OIXN. ') ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will practice in all the Courts of the Territory. SILVER CITY. ... N. M. HL. PICKETT. . ATTORNEY AT LAW. SILVER CITY, - - - N. M Sliver City Post Olllce. Office open dally except Sunday from 8 a.m to 7 p. m. Open Sundays from 9 to 9:40 a.m.. and one hour after arrival of railway mail. Money order department open dally except Sundays from S a. in. lull p. in. Mall closes for I'ort Bayard. Central, Han over, (ieorgetown and all railroad points dal ly at 9:40 a. in. Mall closes for Mogollón and all Intermedi ate points at 8 a. in., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Mall closes for Pinos Altos dally except. Sundays at 4:15 p. m. Mail arrives from the east, west and south dally al 4 p. in. Mall arrives from Mogollón and Intermedi ate points at II p, m Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Mail arrives from Pinos Altos daily except Sundays at I0::m a. in. L. A. Skkm.y. Postmaster Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad Time Table, In Effect Auaust B, 1894. No. SOU, Arrives. 4:00 p. m. 1:10 " 12:40 " lt:4"ia. ni. 10:10 " H:0.- " 5:20 a. in. Leave. PKSTI NATION. Silver City I leming Nutt Rincón Las Cruces El Paso No. fuá. Departs. 10:10 a. ni. 12:40 p. in. 12:50 a. ni, 1:40 p. ni. 1:20 " .V.OS " 7:40 p. m. Arrives. John II. Mchoe. Agent. rrSIXESSISBLTSLNESS! E. ROSENBERG, BOOT AND SHOEMAKER. I promise you faithfully. In the long run. you shall save half your money, hy having year work neatly and promptly done to suit yourself, at E. ROSENBERG'S Silver City. N. M. T"'CLARK-WHITSON- LEITCH EL I'ASO, TEXAS, 111 San Fianchi'u St. T T V T MUSIC CO., AUlVQVEl'JlVE, S. .V., L'i)3 Hail mini Aid. ne. Sell reliable goods on easy monthly payments. Can refer to many families w ith whom they have dealt. Tuning of ritmos in (irant county attended to. Write them for catalogue of new style Pianos, Today.