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9 The New Mexican suggests that the sender of the untruthful reports to the United and Associated press le smoked out. It seems to us that a Letter way would be to prosecute the offender for criminal libel. It would not be a difficult matter to find out who sent the dispatches and then the fellow could be taught a lesson which he would not, in all probability, soon forget. What ob ject any one could have in sending such reports is difficult to see. Will Delegate Catron make the peeple of New Mexico a Christinas present of an act of congress pro viding for the admission of this territory to the Union? The promise of the republicans to se cure statehood for New Mexico will soon be put to the test. May suc cess crown their efforts. Kkh iiucans have been looking through rose colored glasses for months past, confidently expecting to carry most of the elections this fall, liesults so far have given them such a shock as to cause the glasses to fall from their noses. They are beginning to see things in a different light. foMK very shrewd moves are be ing made on the political checker board in New Mexico these fine days and the game is well worth watching closely. It is n't a scrub game by any manner of means. HoitAitT was too light a weight to sink the governor completely, but the added weight of Crist will sure ly send him to the bottom if he does noi succeed in getting rid of this additional load. between China ami Japan last May. The price temporarily touched :!0J that mouth, tint sine then and until hint week the price of silver law held almost motionless at ÜOfíiÜO'á. Yet it was plain throughout this interval that nil ver was being steadily accumulated in London. Paring July and August when its sil ver exports usually predominate, Great Britain imported, by official returns, 4,917,000 more silver then it sent out. In the same two months the exports of silver from the United States to London were $:t,t)91,000 greater than in 1894. The New York weekly shipments dur ing September reached a still larger average, twice making a weekly total of nearly 1, 000,000. It may surprise some people to know that our sils'er exports under such con ditions, is the largest since the civil war. Xor is there any difficulty in guessing the purpose of the London buyers. One object of the Chinese indemnity was to provide the silver needed to redeem the the Japanese notes floated for war pur poses in Corea, for which redemption silver will lie available. If the indem nity fund were to be used to fill Japan itself with silver currency the demand would, of course, be vastly greater. Hut Japanese siatemen are shrewder students of government finances. rheumatism, deafness and blindness are eagerly testified to by many resionsible persons, who can have no conceivable reason for giving false evidence. Among the numlier B Fitz-Mnc, the well known newspaper writer, who bus leen deaf as a lamp-post for years. He says he went to see Schlader at Albuquerque, and that his hearing has since wonderfully improved and is still improving, just as the healer told him it would. New Mexican. Til llvHler In Deliver. Francis Schlader, who first came prom inently before the public in the capacity of a "healer" while sojourning in New Mexico a few months ugo, continues to be the sensation at Denver. The Denver pajiers do not hesitate to surrender col umn!) of their space to detailing the past and present doings of the remarkable man. He Is constantly surrounded hy crowds of visitors, who hang reverently upon his skirts, and he continues to Is' overwhelmed with letters from every where, Amazing cures of paralysis, FRUIT TREES. 1 am still prepared to furnish FRUIT TREES suitable for this climate in any number. Persons con templating planting trees will iind it to their interest to write inc, and if I have not in stock what is desired, can readily secure the same at reasonable rates and in all varieties. Adress: Clark Rodc.kks, Silver City, N. M. Wm. F. Lorenz, FIKE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE, NoT.UlY l'l'III.IC. Oftlce lit 1'iwt-iiHlcii. SILVER CITY, NEW MEXICO. irmrirmrmrm minrmTrrmrmrffTQ Knrroii llnmus threw n boome rang when he threw his cudgel at i the supreme court. As he grows older he inav become wiser. 3 Winchester Repeating AiIvhik'9 III Nllvar. The New York evening post says in its financial review ; One noteworthy incident of the day was the advance in silver bullion to 0 15 18 pence on the London market, the highwsi figure of the year. This is the first demonstration of any conseijuei ce in that market since the treaty of pence Riflpq bv all the most advanced trap Shot-GlltlS o and game shooters. Single Shot-Rifles o "' " (z . .... una m tub m surra? vnn this aun. ASA. IVUA iv Everything that Is Neweit nd Best in Repeating Arms as well as all g kind ol Ammunition are mntie by the J WINCHESTER REPEATIHu A Kits tu., wintncMcr ays., ih ".. C w Wl Po.tt Cnr.l with rir for our 1 l-pge I,lutr' C'0"" ,