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The eagle. (Silver City, N.M.) 1894-1???, March 11, 1896, Image 10

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TJltó EACiLE: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, IBM.
CATRON HAS A SCHEME.
than such as may be provided for by the
laws of the United States."
He Want the Territorial Leglitlature to
Meet In tlie Merry Month of Muy.
Delegate Catron is seeking to get the
following amendment tacked on to the
legislative, judicial and executive ap
propriation bill:
'Provided, That the next Region of
the legislative assembly of the territory
of New Mexico shall commence on the
first Monday in May, 1897, and each
succeeding session thereof filial I com
mence on the first Monday in Mav of
every oddnu inhered year thereafter.
"That when the members of the legis
tive assemblies shall have met at the
capital of said territory to hold a session
of the legislative assembly, the council
shall be organized by the election of a
president pro tempore by the members
of that body present holding certificates
of election issued to them by the proper
canvassing boards of the respective coun
ties, in the manner provided by the laws
of said territory, piovided a majority of
all the members required by law to con
stitute the council be present.
"Thereupon some one of said mem
bers present, holding such certificate of
election, shall administer the oath of
olfice to such president pro tempore, and
the said president pro tempore shall
'thereupon administer the oath of office
to the remainder of iho members of the
council present, after which said coun
cil shall be organized by the election of
the permanent officers of the election of
the permanent Officers of the council
provided for by the laws of the United
States only.
I hat the house o. representatives
shall be organized by the election of
speaker pro tempore by the members of
that lody present holding certificates of
election issued to them by the proper
canvassing boards of the respective
countio in the manner provided by the
laws of said territory, provided a major
ity of all the members required to con
stitute the house of representatives be
present; thereupon some one of said
members present, holding such eertifi
cate of election, shall administer the
oath of office to such speaker pro tem
pore, and the said speaker pro tempore
shall thereupon administer the oath of
olfice to the remainder of the members
of the house of representatives present,
after which said house of representatives
shall be organized by the election of the
permanent officers of the house of rep
resentatives provided for. by tho laws of
tho United States only.
"Provided further, That no other olfi
ccr of cither house of said legislativo as
sembly shall be elected or appointed or
paid out of any moneys appropriated by
the congress of the United States or by
the legislative assembly of said territory
ing the hair, but in making upper leath
er thoy use a "hail" of hen manure to
extract all the lime, alleging that limo
andcanaigre together will ruin upper
leather. Headlight.
How the Mexicans Tan.
Inasmuch as the tanning of leather by
the canaigre plant is becoming such an
important industry it will be interesting
and instructive to know how the Mexi
cano, the disooverers of the plant, utilize
it. ' '
In order to extract the virtues of can
aigre for tanning, tho nearer it can be
reduced to a pulp the better. The best
cheap plan to accomplish this, if tho
root can be obtained fresh, before it has
time to dry, as to run it through a com- (j QJJ) SILVERSMITH.
mou cuier mm, aiier which me jmip
Do Yon Want a Hood Raneh.
A first c ass ranch in tho vicinity of
Aztec San Juan Co., N. M., offered at a
bargain. Farm tools and stock included,
Sheep taken as part payment. If you
mean business, Tun Emii.r, Silver City
N. M., i.i prepared to give yo.i a bargain
Write now for particulars.
E. E. GANDARA,
may be spread out and dried and stored
for future use. If the root if allowed to
dry first, then something stronger must
be used, as for instance, the old-fashioned
hark mill, or a patent grinder.
The Mexicans use two fiat rocks for - the
purpose, literally pounding it into pulp.
In order to make the "liquor," where
the root is plentiful, the Mexicans mere-
leech the pulp something after the
manner of the old-fashioned leech for
leeching lye from wood ashes. Iiv
others, such waste of the precious root is
considered sacrilege, and care is taken
to extract all of its strength possible by
heating, which must be dono in a cop
per or galvanized caldron, otherwise the
"liquor" will turn your leather a bluish
collor by oxedizing the iron in an iron
vessel. Success has been obtained. by
Jewelry Made to Order Repairing
Neatly Done.
PRICES REDUCED.
! Satisfaction Guaranteed.
YunkluSt, KllvcrCltv. N. M.
NO FÜXAB0UT IT
E. ROSENBERG,
HOOT AND SHOEMAKER.
I prómlso you fiiltlifully. In the loin? run
you Hindi wivo liulf your money, by having
your work neatly and promptly ilono to suit
yourself, lit E. KUSEN'IIEIWS
- HI) ver City, N. M.
Wm. F. Lorenz,
steeping the pulp in a wooden vat heat- jr-Tpr 1 11717 ivn tPfiniAT
ed by galvanized steam pipes running 1 1 &i " jL vl 1' jJ 1
INSURANCE.
by galvanized
through it.
After the "liquor" is made many havej
failed to produce first class leather
through not taking into account the
wonderful strength of the canaigre, and
putting their hides into a solution alto
gether too strong to begin with, thereby
"burning" the leather. "Feeding" the
hide, or in common English transferring
the hide at the proper time from a weak
to a stronger solution, ran only lie
learned by experimenting if no teacher
is to be had. For making sole , leather
the Mexicans are not very particular to
extract all the lime, by which tho hide
is lmprjnatj I in the proceat of rJiu v-
NoTAiiv Punuc.
Offlcu ut I'ost-ofllco.
SILVER CITY, NEW MEXICO.
L. J. SMITH
General Repair Shop.
Bicycles, Gun and Revolvers
Promptly Repaired.
Raton Heiisoiiuble.
Ynnld'i! Ht. Sllvo City.
N M.
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rm W PI
n
ONE GIVES RELIEF.
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