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TIM". KA) i liK: WKIiM.SHAV, JULY 22. I 'Mi. ,T THE EN J w iH SEA-O.J 5.1 no ltn:inoim Wliy 1 1 ) Hair of tho Su.n nor Hotel I'ro;ir; lor Tumi Gray. These are the days when the big sum i'inr hotels at seashore anil mountain begin to cut down expenses in view of i'.ie near close of. the season. And there !.y hangs a tale, for the cutting down l.i-oeess is not unattended by trials and i. if 1.1 worry, says the New lorn uermu. Of course the most expensive thing is the help. Most irreat kotels require al- most as many servants as they have uests, and when the guests begin to '(i home by scores the servants have to discharged by scores or away go the profits of the reason. I Hut servants me clannish, and there ornes in the dillleulty. They are only engaged for a season of indefinite length, and know that they must go at its end. Hut many object to going while their friends remain, and it often happens that the lucky ones who are retained refuse to stay out the remain ing weeks or days if their friends arc discharged. So no end of trouble arises, and the wretched proprietor acquires gray hairs in straightening out the difficulties. Uceently the proprietor of one of the biggest of our nearby seaside hotels, having lost all but about forty guests, undertook to reduce the kitchen staff proportionately. There was immediate war, and even the French chef girt red in the face and declared that if he couldn't have his all-summer force he would pack up and get out forthwith. The proprietor couldn't yield and retain his profits, and the chief and his assistants were ob stinate. So all that was left for the proprietor was to throw out the entire force, bag and baggage, and hustle up to the city and engage an entirely new force for llie remaining two weeks of his season. DRIVEN INTO HYSTERICS. YcmtiR Worn in lluo.uiiu Frantic at tho sl(ht nr 1'roiioiifcM of t't. It's a subject that is frequently talked about, but it is a fact that the natural antipathies between certain persons and certain animals furnish fresh food for wonder and eonjeeli're .instantly, livcryouu knows well enough the aversion that the majority of people have for snakes the horrify ing dread that their presence excites. Many persons also 'hate eats," as they term it. Their soft, stealthy move ments excite i distrust that frequently amounts to aversion. It is seldom, however, that this is so pronounced ns iii a ease which ex :ited considerable eomment in this city recently, says the New York Tribune. It was of a young ' woman who had always had a most un conquerable diva I of thu feline crea tures, and she actually could not en dure the presence of one in the room without losing control of herself com pletely. She was so seusitive in thin particular that her family declares th:r upon entering a room, if there was :. eat concealed anywhere within it. si. would at once detect its presence, n:i. "ilessit were ""moved at ou-.v .. . .'. Olllclul Directory. KKIlKltAI.. . ,.j hysterical. In fact, it v.i. i iding joke on her that on one occa . m lilio this she became absolutely errillc I. and rushing up to a young :i:m, who was a total stranger to her, . -i.cd him about the neck, sobbing des- -rately till the eat was taken away. Tho rirl WILS thoroughly ashamed of i t weakness, as she called it, but de- .'y ' WlltnMi C,,ri Third Judicial District . ..i ... ..i.u.,l,,t..K. nowerless in 1 Charles K. Kasley. HuryeywOwierttl mriMi mil? y tin fctj.T. ... - - . s t! .. it ivau nr. . in matter, noinu iiimn;t Thomas B. Catron. W. T. Thornton, l.orlon Miller. TIllllllllH Slllltll, N. (I. Collier, 1 1 II. II. Hamilton, I Deleítate to Congress (Jnvernor Secretary Chief Justice Associates (.'hurles M. Shannon. 1 II ll....iuliitruMiv ibtle odor-told her if a eat were any ! Kdwiird L. Hall, . liere near her. and the moment she ' letectcd it she straightway lost all her , Walker Santa ; W II. H. Cnlleetor U.S. District Attorney II . r. iirsniii tdf-pojscssion. Deputy U.S. Marshal S. Coal Mine Inspector later liiinil ornee v'r Lund (Mitre HE WAS WILLING. John D. llryan. LnsCruccs Kelt r band Ufe J. I'. Asraiiite, Las Cnircs, Iter v r Ll( r Klrhard Yminit. Koswell Kelt r Land ( Ire W. (i. Cosnrove, Koswell, lire v r Land o r W. W. Hoyle. Chiyton. UeK r -and U re II. C. I'lrkels. Clayton. Urr.'v r band Oüirn TKUItlTOHIAI.. Solicitor (ranal Distriet attorney i me lUd Temporil III Uriel for'IU Lamented Iirtner. There was an old man with a big and V.ilky satchel at his feet and a wc.nl on his hilt leaning against the (Jriswold ,Uvct front of the post oIIIjc the other .... ii. tv.iH.,'.i iV,tft Irici wliin i l, suyo itiiv iuii " 1 1, iu. i 'lililí-1 1 j . v wag who had been hanging around for A. A. K'C io right sort of a mail to appear ap- j(IM! nra. y . . . iii. ii u i .....,.. proaclieu. nun anil sam; -I see that the grim destroyer has in y.id.id your hearthstone?" "The which?" as'.to.l tho old man. "The grim destroyer tho angel of death. I take it your wife has irone hence." "Voo irnnn hnneo." "Allow me to extend my heartfelt sympathies." "Yes, you kin extend 'em." "You must be lonely." "Yes, purty lonely." I have lost the partner of my own bosom and I know how it feels. You :,eem to be all alone in this great world." "Yes, that's the feelin'. J. I'. Victory, J. II. Crist. Mint it Ke, II. Ii. Youn. bus Crurrs. T. N. Wilkeison. Alli'iir. A II Ihillliw. Silver ('I V. irui-M. murarían ii t. ...v. I 'I....L .iittrmiii' Court E. H. Hrritiiiaiiii.Snpri liit lent I'cntU'iitlnry Oro. W. Kiiai lirl. A.IJiitaut. (.eneras Samuel F.ldodt, lrrasmrr Mareelluoliar. la, , .'."!""!!' Amado Chave., Sii)t. of Sc-IiimiII M. S. Hart. 1,11 l"Sirrlir C'OUIIT OK IMIIVATK l.ANDei.AlMS. Jixei)'! T. berdnf I iwii. ('nh'f Im .lr Assm-iiite Justlres-ttllhiir I'.SIo ie. of ol- ofiilo; Thomas V. 1- iillci- oí Ni.rlh Carolina; Wlllin.ru I.M nrriiy. of Tennessee; Henry ( . Mussof Kansas. , Mattti. Iteynnlils. of Missouri. Hiiiled States Attorney. COUNTY. I'. V. Newshani. N. A. Ilolirh. . K. M.Vonn. I llaylor Sliannon, I A. 11. balrd. "Life appears to be a desert to you?" , u; K; llPllwll" "Vei a. reir'lar desert, with sand a J. N. I'iin. i A t Chirk. I Tlionias I'oster II. T. Link, l'i olíate J ndu'e Treasurer I'nihate Clerk Shrriir CollerMir Assessor Surveyor Commissioner Commissioner ('ommlssionrr Srhool SuHrlntriidru CITY J. W. Klcmlwt, II. Miraham. V in K. liorenz, riai.k WriKht. W. H.KIIIiiini. Mayor Treasurer Clerk Attorney Marsh a IIOAIII) ok K.imrATioN. lliHinell. D. 1' M. V. Co.xs. COI1NCII.MKN. Carr. .InlliiH Wa.'iirr, M ii it i ii ,M ilier I.H. liillett, (eo. II .Iones. KIIIR KKI'AIITMKNT. ii.it. in vmir loneliness in the seem ing emptiness of your life has it not ( occurred to you that you could do some (hingtoadd to the happiness of your fellow man "Yes, it has." "And will vou do it?" "1 will. It's 'leven months now since my wife was taken away and if you'll ooint me out a woman about forty years old who wants to get married I'll p ip the question so quick that it will make her heels lift up. You butcher j i. ,l,i unnetliiniT for 1MV I , ill; A v ut. v v. ' ..... r, , fcllerman and I'm wuitin' right here to St. Oeorirr Kolilnsou Chief :ret another sight of a woman whom ft" VtmmnnlTX I've fullered fur three miles and winked ,,,., in.,., R.reman. .1. W. !'. Hose Co at over a dozen times." I W. I'. boren. foreman. HiMik and l.addrrCo i Silver City Toi-t Olln-r. Olllce open dally except Sunday from H n.in to 7 p.m. ()M'ii Siimlays from to H::iil ii. m and one hour after : rrival of railway mail. Money order department oien dally except Sundays from H u. in. Ion p. in. Mail closes for Fort Hay nd, Central, Han over, (ieoritetowu and all railroad points dai ly at 7:45 n. m. Alull Closes lor iiioitonon ami an iiiii'rrarai' ute KlntH tit Hn. in., Mondays, Wednesday' unrt Fridays. Mall closes for Pinos Altos dally except Sundays at :t : if I p. in. Mall arrives from the east, west and south dally at 2 p. m. Mull arrives from Mogollón ana Intermedi ate points at 7 a. in., Wednesdays, Fridays und Sundays. Mall urrlves from I'lnos Alios dally except undiiys at a. in. 1 A. Skki.i.ky I'oNtmaster í'liiRom un 1 roeü. There is one curious fact respecting the animal creation with which you will never become acquainted if you de pend on your text books for informa tion. It is this: No living repre;;ent.v ive .of the animal kingdom has more 'hari five toes, digits or claws to each Aiot, hand or limb. The horse is the ypo of one-toed creation, the camel of Jie two-toed, the rhinoceros of the !ree-toed and the hippopotamus of . nir-toed animal life. The elephant ml hundred.! of other animals belong- ng to different orders belong to the ...vat livu t Kd trüje. \n\n 11. M. Diumhrrly. Socorro.