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TUR KAtiliB: WhMKSDAY, Fí.UUUAlU 1U, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Will practice In nil tlio courts of tlio tcrrl tory. Office corner Tuxiir and Sprint? streets. SILVER CITV N. M A II. HAKLLEE. A ATTORNEY AT LAW. IMstrlct Attorney for Counties of Grant und Sierra. ' r'lLVEUClTV N. M. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will practico In nil the Court of tlio Territory, HLVEHC1TY - - - N. M. SECRET SOCIETIES. A. M. Silver Cltv (,'liiiitep n. 2 Mm.n.t,. Hull, KuKUlar convocations on 3d Wednes day cvt'iilnir of uucli month, All companions iiivuL'ii it mieim, r,, in, iim'.mj, , I l'urry II, Lady, Soe'y, k F. tí A; M. Jf hi ver Clly LímIko, No, 8, Meets lit Mason ic Hull, over Silver City Nut'l Hunk, the J hursduy evenliis on or More the full moon t'lich month. All vlsltlnir liroilu-rs Invited to iiueiiu, John Sim u.Kii. W, M. I'EititY n. Lady. Suc'y. A E, 8, V. Silver City Chapter No, H. O. E S, Mcots every 1st ttncf al Tuesday In each niontli at Masonic Hull. Misx, May It. UAlims. W. M. Miw. N ki,i,Y 11. Lauy, Scc'y. mclnj nations w'.ilah aro our com- BML SEVH AT LAW. TT would compel tho foreign consumers It anything should call attention to oí mose comrocMiuu:i vu mm w amw. tho errors of our fiscal policy the past lea. The foreigner buys his wheat and 85 years It should be the developments cotton where ho can pot the best qual oí the past throe or four days, ity at the lowest price. To-day they Twenty-five years ago It would have can Duy stiver ior 00 cenia ami a iruc been utterly Impossible for the English tlon for an ounco In Now Vorlt and capitalists to have created such a panic puy It out for CI. 37 8-10 in tho form oi and commotion in our market Had rupocs for Indian wheat and cotton, our fiscal policy been of a healthy form and naturally they buy the Indlcn we ought to have grown stronger yeur product Under blmotalllsra an ounco bv vnnr Instfiftd of weaker, as has been of silver would be Worth 81.29 and a Jü" M ATTORNEY AT LAW the case. Until tho last few years fraotlon per ounco In tho United there has been almost a continuous m:hos, anu, wuu cuarjua, lUBurcucu commercial balance of trade In our and froljht added, tho material for favor. tho rupees of India would then reprc- Tho Dally Financial News has boon cent as large, porhaps slightly a one of the few papers that has differed larger, fl,7ro la the orient with a nolicv of contraction., whlo'.i ! Tho path of prosperity lies In inep"s- R. Silver City Chanter. No. 2. Mu.nnlc haSre8ulted ln. h7 er r bc" i 6 Mh. Pr.,ef.90 M,P coming more dependent upon Europe exports, wnuo ui iuo sarao uiao j.ro and foreign capital, In spite of a steady toctlnrr tho wclfr.ro of our manufactui expansion and Increase of wealth at ers and their operatives by preserving home. the better homo market that tho pro- The fiscal policy of limiting and t ducers of our own country would then even contracting our money at home, furnish when these latter were gottlng and borrowing credits abroad upon ! better prices for their products. Wo which we are compelled to pay heavy have taken as an illustration the effect Interests, has resulted not only ln crc- : of tho rcraonotlzatlon of Oliver upon atlng an Immense floating debt, which 1 wheat and cotton, because of the lm Is not alone a menace, but one thathii portance of those two commodities) an Immense influenoe ln bearing the ! but the principle Illustrated applies to prices of our great products. Ti e many things. Mako the east and tho debt caused by this policy has now ! west both prosperous and the prosper- 10, o.F, grown so large mat we are practically 1 uy 01 caca section wouiuact anu react, Jus L. Rldirolv Eiinitmiimiint. Kn 1 nwin iin&hla tn llnnlrln.tft thn Intcrwsf nn it ' to the bctlcf.t of the other. At thn VtaluVg'ttVtorí 8Í cordhfiiy "'vTtud i ttnd 11 Promises to increase at an alarm- oano timo Increase tho volume of our t,T' UK0I'K Hohinh'on, 0. P, : ln? rate ln tho near future. . exports rjotaj abroad at higher prices, c. 0. Dell. Scribe. The question Is how to reverse the ' and our nation would soon regain its T O, 0. F. finanolal currents that have swept n i International Cuaaclal Independence. J IsaUC Tiffany Lodiro. No. 13. monta Rt Odd ' nnwnrri inij th Blntiih nt Intovnn In,.. I As WB h?.vn Hal:l. a mir ilnmnetln paper Inflation la not the sclentlflo way out of our difficulties', though It Is probable that all tho pold and all tho nil ver wo could obtain would Btllllcavo us without sufficient circulating me dium, 80 that an increased volumo of paper money would still bo required , more earnestly than now, for rising prices and growing buslncsj rcqulro an lncreasln-r uolutno of money to sus tain them. Rising prices basod on pa-. per alono are based upon inflation, which is not enduring. Rlilng prlcca based upon a coin expansión of primary money would le ondtirlng, because based on real coin money, and not on paper promises to p?.y money. I Tho wholo llfo of this feneration, wlu unci rospltea, has been one long agony of contraction. Wo dare ti hope wber policies oro about to obtain in tho future. Y. Financial News. íA1,s,lu!T1!n;LLodKp. No. 13, moots nt Odd ' onward into tho slourrh of internation H'llows Hall, Thursday even iiks. Mum. , -i . . , .... uersoi ino oritur cordially Invited to at- 0. E. WiNDitinnic. Hoo'y. T O. O, F. J. Helen LmlKO, No, 7, Kehokiih Deureo MeetliiKs-second and fourth Friday nluhls in each month, at hull of 1, 8. Tiffany Loduu No, Misb Mamik llowoN, Scc'y OF P. Meets 2d And 4th Tuiwdiiv iilirlitu nt gunk monthHit Ihuik llulldlnu, VhiltlniiKnlKhu W, A. 0 ASHMAN, K. K&S. . .. K. A O, U. W. 1. Meets on the 1st and 8d Saturday ofwaeh month. Follow workmen cordially Invited. p ,, ,, A. o. lloon. M, W. E, M YouNO, Itec, T 0. n. M, 1. Comanclio trlim No a, moots at hink bulldlnu hall, on tlio evening offlrat mi I third Mondays In each month, , L. E. ninn, 0, of R. T 0. K. M. Minnehaha Rinincll Nn. I.'mni.i ut ii i.iú ulldlim hull on tlrstiinU third Weunesd y voiilnKs In each month. ... Miss AliDliit'LAVTOK, I'ixiülioií.as MlM IlATTlK WlUTKIIlt.I,. (), of . H, AGENTS to ollell orden by iimpli for our Wool Pints to order $3. " tultt " "116. " Overcoill " $12. Blglnduoemtnti to tho right parties. AddrcM GUARANTEE TAILORING Co 1 215-217 Grind St.'.N. Y. ai inaooteanoss now Decome so i nr densome. There is but one sclentlQ reply to restore bimetallism. Tror.t it as part of a fiscal policy barmonlotn with protection! that is to say, stili preserving our home markets in which to sell our manufactured goods, and at tho samo timo lnorea&e our oxportc tlons, while oompclllng foreigners t. purchase the latter at hljher prlci n Only the full restoration of sllvor tt. its historically honored position cm accomplish this latter purpose T. merely lncroaso our volume of pupci money, whether issued by the rravonv ment or by banks, would avail little: for whllo It eould temporarily . raiu prices hero at homo it would also reii dcr this markot a bettor market to srli in, and, therefore, attract forelrrn floods. It would have no effect to In oreaso our cxportatlons. To restore bimetallism, even though it were dono by the United 811110 alone, would accomplish all the jn:i poses ucelrcd. It would double lh. prices, in round numbers, of our 0! ton, our wheat and our silver, ou three chief exports', and yet, while I was increasing the quantity of our t v pórtatlons of the first twocommo'i tics, it would very likely tond tort: creoso the quantity of silver now c.-. ported. The very fact that our evo: ltor European customers could V longer buy cheap domonotlzod ell'., In Amellca and Mexico to mal:o I., rupees and pay out dear for v.-hoat ai cotton and bourht In th- "'cr-!i;.ln Explain This? Tho ehlef objection of the gold standard advocates to the colnago of Hllver is that it would tlrivo the go'.d outof the country. Gentlemen, what's tho matter with (fold now that itii constantly leaving America for Eu rope? We are now on your gold stand ard and juit as noon m we jot thoro interest-bearing bonds became . noces- sary. You may f sol Bono folks all tho time, but somo you onn't fool by your wicked dovloes. Nt ono of your promises has been vorlflod, but every prediction of tho blmetallUs havo been fulfilled. La Orange (Oa.) Cr. ohlj.