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Till: KA(iliK: WKllMíSDAY, .JULY 22. 1HH. A BAD FAILURE. L. 1. l'T uliiill.l c f Lhh I'ruiTN Mñka un AnHlKiuiifiit, The firm of L. 15. Freudenthal fi Co. of Ld Cruces made un assignment on Wednesday of last week. Julius Frt-n-dunthal, a merchant ol New York City, who claimed to lie worth from $000,000 to $700,000, was largely interested in the Las Cruces business and oilier in terests in El 1'aso and Old Mexico. The fail lire was brought aliout through the disappearance of JiiIíiih Freuden thul, leaving creditors to the tune of hulf a million or more. The New York World of lust Sunday says; Mr. Freudenthal left town June 12, saving that he intended going to El 1'aso, Texas, but. it s said l hut he did not reach there. Some of his creditors think that he hus gone to Europe to join his family, who went there some months ago. Before going away Mr. Freudenthal is la-lieved hy his creditors to have disposed of his assets, lie owned a magnificent residence at Engle wood, N. J., valued at $7",000, hut this has Iteen transferred to Brewer Kalz oí 1'alerson, N. J., for fl. lie is a rela tive of Mr. Fre.i lunth.il. Three years ago Mr. Freinlenihal he came president of the Colunihiu Type writer Manufacturing company of this city, why a capital slock of ftH),000. He was regarded as having the control ling interest in the c pany and was its iluai cier. He has disposed oí hi interest in the company and was suc ceeded as hresident a few weeks ago hy a relative. Julius Freudenthal wa in hiiMiiess under the style of Freiidenthul A Co. at El I'aso, Texas., and Las Cruces, X. M., from 18(11 to 1882, having an ollice in this city. Alsiut twenty years ago he changed his residence hi this city. In 188.1 his firm gave up husiness at Fl l'aso ami Las Cruces to a son and nep hew, who havo since carried it on un der the style oí L. li. Freudenthal A Co. The pantera were Lud wig H. and Sam uel J. Freudenthal. In the trade, how ever, Julius Freud.mlluil was looked npon as the hacker of the concern and headed for I In-ill here under the lirm name of J. Frcndeiithal & Co. It was learned yesterday that L. H. Freudenthal & Co. had 'sold out the husiness at El Paso to Kalz Uros. Dii tenhoefer, Uerber A Jamas ohtaiucd yesterday an -attachment in this city against L. B. Freudenthal & Co. for 5.001 in favor of Henry Wiley. The claim is on a note which went to pro test. Deputy Sheriff Li psk y served it on several hanks to attach any hallance there or any equity in stocks held as col a oral for loans. . An 8em In Colorado. We will not have to boom Mr. Bryan's campaign in this state this fall. It will take care of itself and come, out with 120,000 majority. Colorado's surplus energy uhould he directed to sending campaign speakers and free coinage lit erature into the doubtful states. Be cause "we're all right', we should not forget that we can do more toward Mr. Bryan's election than to simply give him Colorado's electoral vote. Let us help in other states w here our help is badly needed. Asihui Times. McKinley has been overwhelmed with congratulations from the hankers, rail road presidents an I bond-grnbliers of New York and Boston, biu we have yet to hear of a delegation of farmers and wage workers chartering a train to go and congratulate him on his pet scheme to bunco the peoyle of this country hy fastening the gold standard upon them. Their verdict will be rendered Inter on. Salida Record. Now where are those sneers of the goldbugs for the puny strength of the free silver men? Thousands of men out this way saw the result of the great, agi tation a year ago, but they were laughed at as idle dreamers. Those Ritme dream ers are now predicting a complete vic tory for silver in the election . l'ueblo Indicator. NOTICE, United Slates Land ollice, La Cruces,' New Mexico, July i:t, I8KI. Notice is hereby given tliat the ap proved plats of the survey of T. 1S., K. IñW., iiiui oft he unsiirvcvcd ortionni T. ITS., Ji. 11W., of the" New Mexico I'rii cipal .Meridian, have liccn received in lliii- Ollice from the U. S. Surveyor licneial's Ollice of New Mexico. No; ice. is alsogiven that the said plats of i he survey of said Townships will Is tiled in this Ollice on August lti, 18!lt; on and after said date, tilings and en tries will Is- received of lauds embraced in sain Townships. K.i.vis E. Si,ii;)u. Register. Jamks 1'. Ascahate Receiver. Spoons Free To All. I read in the Christian Standard that Miss A. M. Fritz, Station A, St. Louis, Mo., would give an elegant plated hook spism to any one sending her six 2 cent stamps. 1 sent for one and found it so useful that I showed it to my friends, ami made $13 in two hours, taking orders for the shk)U. The hook skioii is a household necessity. It cannot slip into the dish or cooking vessel, being held in the placo by a hook on the hack. The spoon is something housekeepers have needed ever since spoons were first invented. Any one can get a sample sMion by sending six 2-cent stamps to Miss Fritz. This is a splendid way to make money around home. Very truly, Jknnettks.' filLLETT & SON Wiiolksalk and Retail MERCHANTS; Jobbers and Dealers in Staple nd Fancy GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, CIGARS and TOBACCO. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOKS, HATS and CAPS, NOTIONS &c. Carry the Largest STOCK 01 GROCERIES in Southern New Mexico. Buy in Carload Lots and will not be undersold. Only the freshest, best and choicest brands of all goods. Special attention given to Mail Orders. SILVER CITY NATIONAL BANK BLOCK, Broadway, Dullard and Texas Streets, SILVER CITY, N. M. The Finest Retail Grocery in the West.