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EILLSBQRO GOLD PLACERS. -
Proprietor.J, A TRUE
Flr'fcl'r.KVEIN GOLD CAM
DEVOTED TO THE MINING, RANCH. MERCANTILE AND GENERAL tNPUSTIUAL INTEUKSTF OF 81EKHA COUNTY,
HILLSBORO. SIERRA COUNTY,
witb any nationality of people, and
PROCEEDINGS OF BOARD
They Wear Like Iron
will be n remedy for agreat deal
OF COMMISSIONERS OF
SIERRA COUNTY. of trouble thatcould notbe avoided
Output of Hillaboro gold mines
for the week ending Thursday
August 2lth, ISO1?, aa reported for
Tuk Advocate: Tom. otherwise. Nfd, FOR SALE.
Official.Hillsboro, N. M., August 14, 1899 PERSONAL MENTION.
Judge A. It. Elliott iaat Las
Crucea ou legal bmdocsa.
Miss Sylvbi Anderson of this
plapo ia visiting Mrs Titus at
Miss Xavia O. Whitham is
visiting Mr-an- Mrs-- W. H.
Hope-well, at their beautiful Las Animas ranch.
SPRING BOTTOM PANTS
August 15th, 1899- -9 o'clocka. tn,
Commissioners met. Present
SHme as on the 14th, with R. P.
Barnes, district attorney.
Account of Keller. Miller & Co,
for $15 was approved.
Philip Zoeller was appointed
justice of the peace in Precinct
The Clerk is instructed to notify
E. F. Holmes, justice of the peace
of Preciuct No. 10, to furuts'j a
The Morrison Ranch of 1C0
acres, located on the Los Animns
Tbe Board of County Coramts-fione- rs
met in adjourned regular
ltbday of August, River about 12 miles north of
VI"kH 10 K. K 10 Ki,;limil Snake (jMiip 40 Opportunity li Hlwriiiwi I"
Hillsboro, N. M. Well adapted
for any kind of stock. Splendid
grass. Plenty of shade. Never
failing running witter, Unlimited Trippa 4U
free range, lhere is a small log ft
bouse on the place and soma fruit
About 20 auie good limber.
dent of the Santa Fo Copper Co,
was in H. IIebt.ro thin wwk inspect-ing bis mining interests,
II. Van Husan, formerly of
Kingston, has hecdmc n resident of
Lee Reed, one of tbe cowboys
from tbo AnimaSj who went up to
Dcming to be nnraed while suffer.
Iti'X 'nilViT-loail- ) IJuctka T Krriburtf Auierieuii .. Warren llapjiy ,htck Hltt'ek D'uninnil . . KkIiIv five. Iiorid.it n 5 ft ft ft r in r.
Eighty acres on the North Per
cha Creek, one mile north of IIills The District Attorney is hereby
directed tobring hsuit inthe name
of tbe Territory and of the county
againtt such persons and property appearing on the tax rolls of this county, where the taxes levied aud assessed against such persons and
property are now delinquent and
nre now uncollectable by reason of
Hverjr Garment Guaranteed.
boro. Fine grass. Never failing
running water. Magnificent free
range. No improvement!.
fotal output dlneo Jan. 1 , 1H(-T-H.WiO
A. D. 1899.
Present James Dalglisb, Tbos.
T. Lee and Crespiu Aragon,
com-missioners; Andrew Kelley, as-efs- or;
TLoa. C. Hall, clerk. Cornelius Sulltvau was sworn in
,na inter prater.
The minutes of the July
meet-ings were read Hnd approved.
The Clerk ia hereby instructed
to advertise for bid for the
build-ing of a bridge across the Jaralosa ,cceek, at or near the present cross-jo-g
of tbe Hillsboro and Luke
Valley road, at a cost not to
ex-ceed $350.00, each bidder to
pre-sent plana and speciGoatious with Lis bid. Bids to 1m iiiod on or
before the 30th day of September, 1899, and tbe 15or.rd reserves the rightto reject any and all liida.
The following scalp bouuties
wore approved :
R. It. MVCIura .' .5
Seven houses and eight loti in
the town of Hillahoro.
Any of this property can lie
death or removal of the persoLB
or destruction of tLe properly,
--The big Htiiboof fl.COO per
ton ore at the Trippn bolda
haudai'iinitly and appears to bo
con-tinnet-for adistance nf 900 feet in
biincht very cheap, fctuill ch!i
ing from an attack of small pox,
died there from the effects of the
diaeaao Lai week. It is reported
that whilx delirious Reed escaped
from bis nurse and got out of tbo
bouse, aud the shock from this caused his death. Lords-bur- g
Liberal. The only viatugo
of truth in the above artiolo is that
l'lao, laat Saturday evening, wa
wou by Assessor Kelley.
Miss Dura Titus ia teaohiug
number of pupils at their homes.
--What about the Old Tiuieia'
Reunion, this year?
The delinquent tax list will appear in this paper next week.
Prof. Heggerty having taken
the Kiiikiaton school in lueferenc
hereupon tho Board adjourned
to October 1S99. P'iMtient ai d long
time on bulauet Perfect title.
L. E. NotYEPrt,
Hillsboro, N. Mex.
leiigtb, at lehht. In depth this
ma Jiiifii'ent ore body has Ihoij jAlil'.H DAI.fiI.ISIT,
Chairman,. Attest :
J.kis U. Hai
probed fifty feet without a fault of
Leo ia dead He never escaped I
totbn Hillaboro school, the Hills
NEaany description mi iho formation.
Mineis are taking out $1,000
(I M. HHrmon and wife leave
witbofore per day to tha man
for Detroit, Mich , ihelr homo,
and an armed guard has been
to rum row. Tiny will be aceom
We nfl'.r one
lnndedrlollarc reward for any case f Ct.'i-r- that
nor tried to got out of the house,
hi fact he waa too sick und low
from (he start to get off the bed, slid in the place of one nurse, as
the above article would imply
Ihcre was tl reo good nurses with
him ull the time. Dcming
placed over the stockpile of glitter
pMih-- by Mbs Laura Spaili?, who
it HO 17 0) C " K. !., 1'auie ,.. Joseph V. kt l
A has. H. t'ur.is . . . ing mineral Hint la m rapidly
. i i ... n
.i".1, a to utht.d school lu Drtioit
IftI itill 'r? ) uI iv (jr u , ,....-
-the eotidr g winter. f.ccnniul'iting. The tii'im will
cer-tainly add a million dollars or two cure.
The followit'c cbiin.g iijiftr .S4 tin'
Territoiy tor aualp bounMes were
saiuini'd and approvtd :
Jrt.li Plight bimI Rollin
Cou hy ln't fi.j Ibehtp, An.oi a, on to the nlready amplt fortuno of E. J. Cmxi.y & Co.. Props.
Senator Andrews. The
boro hoIiooI hoard have employed Prof-
-Drake, of Cripple Creek,
who will arrivu here in afew days.
Prof. Drake's asaintaut lu tba
Hillaboro school will be Mies
Robertson, of Doming, N. M.
--Iter. Father Jose Bezanit,
Arizona, is in Hillaboro and wilt
bold Catholic Church services her-nex- t
Sunday nmruing and
ieg From this place the rov.
eisnd gentleman will go to th
town of Colorado, in this county
and bold leligiom services there
J. 10. Oollard and Wre.
Ken-dall have relumed from their
to the northern eud of the county.
The finder of a lady's gold;
nugget stick pin, loat several week ago, will to suitably rewarded tijr
leaving thesamn at this office.
ItoKeit Bniilwam K
Uood kick to you
Silver City Independent
"Captain W. H- - French of
Socorro county, and V-- S.
Oichard & Williams, Iohmh'h
Cpt.B. mine, nrct sacking a
The account of R Sweat inger lllll.
carload of ore for shipment.
W; tho dnders'gned, loive ktmwn
!!'..1. Cheney for tbe bid 15 years, ftiid him perfectly lionoi iibio in ttll busiresa trai.BRftiris, aiid
tio'iiiiMnlly able to pHrry rut sny
4 i'ion ni'iije tv tloi!' fiitn bi fcmy whs iioi f,p
have tone to Sunta Uila,
(iiaulWW. sou of England, who own the
0. ranch near Alma, in Socorro
-The IVrchu Mill Co. made a
The application of L
llillesand A. Wohlgeinnili
county, hare puic.baaed P20,0()0
shipment of $8,000 worth of gold
bricks ou Tuesday evening. Oreut
Al. Rickritson bos trnck
another body of high ii:de ore on to'creey was maintained regarding
liis ieiine on the Louko'ii mif.o.
acres of the Maxwell land grant.
The south lino ofthe new purcbaae is two miles north of Springer and
extending weal to the l'onil
country, nurih to the Verinijn
the ebipmeiit until It was well out
iI'hcAi'. Wbolenlo Drug-
-gitts, Toledo, ().
lru'giHtH, Toledo, O,
CntrrhCnro is taken
lievjitis Jfroclius leanfl is of the county, owing to the fear of
liquor licetses were Approved.
frthe yenr 1S09 nd each
and every a?Hefsraent therein con-thin- ed
as originally returned mid
assessed, or as shown thereon to
btpgpr than ever, and they have
robbery by somo roving band of
river and east to the eastern boun
two carloads of ore ready for Bbip
big stockpile at the Black inteniHlly, acting directly upon tbo
hlot.d uud mucous enrfaces of the
eystem. Price, 75c per bottle. Sold A good strike has hpen made Diamond is being shipped to the
on the 400 foot level of Ihe Brush
by all druggists, Tealimouials
Heap mine. The ore aesnys 450
free. Much of the Wicks mine ora
HdlPs Family Pills are the best. now being mined yields from $10
to $50 per ton In copper.
LAKE VALLEY NEWS.
Tbe Golden Era Co. is repair
Uuless we have two or three
have been revised and correct! d by
the Board, be
aidtbo same is
hereby approved ;ifd a tax of
Six mills ou the dollar for Terri torial purposes,
Three aud ten ha
piills on the dollar for Territorial institutions,
Fifty-fiv- e one-- hundred mills on
the dollar for charitable institu-tions,
One half mill on tbo dollar for
papitol contingent fund,
dary of the Maxwtdl land grant
line. Ilia price paid per acre is
70 cents-- 'The
place many thousands worth of
improvements on its newly
ac-quired territory, and next season
will put in several thousand acres
of alfalfa, new ranch houses,
cor-rals, ditches, reservoirs, etc.
Cap-tain French states that as soon aa
the lands lu Socorro county can be
disposed of, they will concentrate their euiire interests ia southern Colfax county.
ing the road to its mine in order to
more good rains our cattlemen
make a 40 ton shipment to the
stnnu a good cnanoo or losing a
There will be an
entertain-ment at the M. E. Church this
in-vited. Admission 25o. Musio by
J,H. Hurate leaves
for Magdalena, Mexico, ou Sunday
to take charge of a big company
mine. The Jndge has lived in
Kingston during the past twelve
bi; perefctageof their stock this
The Bobtail mi no, which ia
winter. Cattle have advanced $3
par head since our sales occurred three weeks ago, and thisis a good
C. 0. Miller and Judge Smttb
w.-n-t bunting for
pigeons on th
Animaa last Tuesday. Theydidn't
got any birds but got lota of fruit.
An up country paper speak
of a new enterprise as "tbe best
thing that ever happened to tb
town." Things don't happen for
towns. Towns are built by th
energy and entorpi isa of business
men. At least that is what ha
Itis the earn way with an individual. The man
"who is waiting for something to
turn up" will never amount to
anything. The man who gets up
soon in the morning, putson hi
bustle and goes out to hustle, will
get thereevery time, IHlllsboro i
u hustler. She's built that way
and can't help it, and if pluok,
energy and business Integrity
count for anything, she will get
there one of these days.
Estanislado Arroijo and Aria-te- n
Telles, tbe two Mexicans who
With arrested on tbe charge
hloioting and killing a valuable
horse belonging to Hon. W. H.
Hopewell, had their preliminary
hearing before Judge Smith lass
Saturday and were bound over to
the grand jury. Bond waa plaoecl
at 1200, which they furnished-
-being drained of water preparatory
to being again operated, is rated by
experienced miners to be oneof the
One and one balf nulls on the opportunity for thosa who want to
dollar for payment interest and close out to get good prices for richest of the Knake group, and
Manager Bickford is in receipt of
pna-nft- l) principal certificate of their cattle.
Itcuu be fairly yoara,
lias beeu postmaster and
town justice for four years, aud
indebtedness, judged in six weeks more whether
there baa been enough raiu to make has not an enemy in the county.
We are all sorry to see hiin go.
Judge Ilurste will not remove his family to Mexico until fall.
I am selling 5c. cigars made
CMoutoyn, a big heep
man of Hocorro county, is here buy.
ing muttons. He purchased 400
from Arch Latham of Lakfl
Val-ley, and 4o0 from Wiu, Raroes of
-Tbe Oypsoy mine, at
Kings-ton, will shortly be leaaed aud
worked by Michigan partiea.
-Fred Meister, Jim Rock aud
Ellsworth Rtoodgood have taken a
from the dame tobacco you get
when you buy a 10c. cigar.
many applications for lease.
An 8 iz. nugget of gold was
found Tuesday by a Mexican dry
washing on I'onanz mine tlat
Tbe framework of the
Thur-mond dry ore couceutratiug mill,
at Cold Springs, is already up,
A shipment of ore worth f1.00
per pound is being sacked at tbe
famous Lookout mine, which is
about to be patented.
Every freight team in tbe
dis-trict is busy hauling ore.
Opportunity leasers again
number CO men.
Wheeler fc Laraon of the K
have let a big contract for
wrtrtr Ii1rnriii Itrihin
Three-fourth-s of a mill oo the
dollar for special purposes,
Two and one-hal-f mills on the
dollar upon tbe value of all cattle for the cattle-- sanitary fund,
Tromills for each head of shepp
pr goats for tbe sheep sanitary
Three and one-ha-lf mills on the
dollar for general expense fund,
One and one half mill on tbe
dollar for general school fund,
Five mills on tbe dollar for
ponda of 1S39,
One-hal- f rnjll ou the dollar for
One mill on tbe dollar for court
lease on the Lookout iniuo
grass good until next spring. We
have had a very narrow escape
fiom a drouth this year aud it will be well for all those interested to
be op the Strfe side.
Our college girls are preparing toleave for their schools, about tbe
first of pext month. Miss
Flor-ence Miller will ba added to the
yfar.A special program
is being prepared by the Christian
Endeavour iii houor of our
Hon. D. S. Miller apd bis son Daniel spent tbe inout of this week
out at the Tierra Blauca, where it
BOARD AND ROOMS.
Misa Polly Roberta Uillsboro A conple of Texan ranchmen,
with a large herd of horses, are
here to buy several good ranches
Boarding and Lodging Uouse is
first class in all respects. Excel
lent tables and neat and clean beds. and become permanent namews.
They aro accompanied by their
The patronage of the public ia
respectfully solicited. Mrs. Hinders' bicycle
was rn filed offat Mr. Tomlinsort's
(). M. T'omlinson is sole scent
lH ill cvicululeu IvrutUkLjr Cuu-
-lis reported thai Mr, Sly has made asuai iniop
NO LUM HO MMOKI
Jinuse repair fund,
One balf mill on tbe dollar on
the value of all boree. rattle,
sheep and gouts for wiM animal bounty fund,
iihereby levied ;non all property
a rich strike on the Log Cabin
mine. Mr. Miller is interested in
I'robably one of
Dr, Bullock, ao eminent
special-ist, has reached Fort Bayard,
Grant county, from Washington,
O,and is making the necessary
arrangements precedent to the
reception of patients at the
potted sanitarium. Tbe general plan will be to apportion the
sol-diers who are sent to the fort to re
-cupeiao viitut ui iiiiu tu
of companies, occupying separata
quartets. The hospital facilities
will alsobe kept np to the highest
standard. Troop K of
cav-alry will remain there, and sufli cient patieuta will be brought out to fill the post to its utmost
capa-city. For the present, the
quar-ters will not he enlarged, bat ive
repairs will be inaugurated
to render the aame habitable and
comfortable, aa the same hav
fnllen into more or leas decay since
the alieiio of the
commencement of tbe Spaniab
Jachievements of late years ia the
4l,An! t tnlnrr lial.Iii l.i tatntlnn
& Hall of tbe Garfield.
Huake mine leasers hava been
rednced to 55 men, until certain
development work can bo
com-pleted to make room for more,
Forty two men ate developing
tbe new mine of the
Hinnatnahon-in-company, near tbe Hil)boro
Richmond leaner report rich
or and pb tity of it.
JiffO en baa a 4 ot gob!
r nvuet, picked op in the Sherman
Rev. Dr. Morrisop will preach
steleven o'clock; und at Hillalioro in tbe evening at right o'clock.
Tbe sacrament of the Lord's
Supper will be administered at tbe
Tie 8 Sob' Is ot.d I'pwnrth
Lef!ue will meet at llii
Ail are c'idi,.l!y
invited-J A. 5m (tMX.
Paotor M. L. Cmiich,
Fnmrrter novele, paper books and
(Jram mar of Laperanto, written by
it;8.ruitberOrdered 1 bat ,
; Dr. L. ZiineiibJ, tbe Rucsiaji
Suvaiit. IhM was ouginally in-
-everal sat.l rates upon tbe Ihx roll
; tended for use at the Tails Lxpon-
-for the year jail), and that upon' . . ,
tion in 190O, U mrf a language tbat
the delivery of li e ta roll to the , - . .,
ijnu iirw iii"iiir
County Collector the Clerk of educated
peiaori iii tiv--i un'i a
Hoard ebargo aaid Collector with
b.'iiri it in one
r i)oenoiU'iion tan
lite nggrtgau nuioum in miuiri--r
ibiswiil be of preat
;jrvic when n-- at a Katht-rin- accoplbti (if-- n
frum the Postofft,
('.utberine lenders are agaiu troubled with water.
Leaera at the P aler now pay 20 per ctnt. royally.
fril taxe,hft provided by law.
WherUiain tbe Board adj urned
iiHje; t Ul"rr-i-w at 9 a. to.
npvrlor to all i.llu r In puritr, rlrhnfit and i.iti llrt'""',.
Hawrr.'Vc.r' ." Qo.'d
',,.vii'.;. . Alwya an h i.f candy Mv-,- t
j,cli aa ia expected at Paris.
Itperiodic,.', at tbe Poatoflice News
Ilillsboro, N. M.
Kat.rid Hi tli pfasfcitfiee tit UJlnlutn,
i.rr Jmnily, New ,Wiiti, for ti'ieHw
oaIhr. "it'll the Uiiittni!iK Aiaiia,
4 nud-o- l matter.
Free Coinage of Slice
UarOflioB. in Sower'f Drug
Store building, l'08-- 1' 1 HILLSB0RO, N. M.
to o p. m.. auu o.uv
Aseay oiSce nt Laidlaw
west of Court Honee.
ao much relieved on taking first
does thataha slept all night; atd with two bottlea bus boen absolute,
ly cured. Her name ia Mrs.
Luther Lntz." Thu writes V. C.
Hammiek & Co., of Shelby, N. C.
Trial bottlea free at
Drug Store. Ilegnlar aiuo 50o and
tl.Every bottle guaranteed.
William Waldorf Aator ia no
longer an AmericiQ citizen. He
baa renounced hi allegiance to
the United Statea and baa become
a Biibjeet of Cheat Uiitian. The
Fnglirth prena comment on the
new acquisition to' their empire in
anything but a complimentary
manner Attention b tlirecb-- to
tlm fuct that heretofore only I'nree
Americana ever became J5r i idi
subjects. Theae were Benedict
Arnold, the traitor; Julab P. Don
jimin anil A. Hall, a
for-mer mayor of .Sew York cily
Any man who does not feci proud
of hi nationality in entitled to fiad
entne country which nuita him
bet-ter. Mr. Aator ban exetcined tbU
riht.The people of llm United
Slates will fched no teara, and
Hiitons receive their new mill-jee-t
turn ohnrgid Otis with cowardice
awl tlirentnufil lo prtfnr charge
of that n 1 ra nfltirit hi to at the
fret f)jintrti)uiiy. I'''"-- 'his Otis
threatene! to have II 1 Iacetl
tlof army restitutions
from liin pocket nuJ called
atten-tion to tli right of wi iufeiinr
nfTU-e- r to pref.--r
niiniVila enjerior, ht.t the
rrue n rirrii)i'(J.
AN A.tHO TIiAOKDV.
Troniaoe, lalarul of Tiomaoe,
Norway, Ann. 17 Walter Wtil-mu- n
nti'l roiiviv.oa of the I'olar
e niltiori led by liirn arrived hern
this evening on tho Meamer
('iiprlli having ruii'iveefully com
pleted their lon.tiona in Fran.
. H'f Lanil. Wf llmnri l.aa
important new Ih.hIh and
m my iflnndia.
'Jhe diiion brings rr grim
uti.ry of le'.l'i An otiit wtcalled
l'Vil 'leKinley hih ictnbHidicil in
latiiinb HI, It man a lionet built
tfp Mid roof, d over v. itU
wnl-rt-hido- Two N"rwi;;i'Hi, I'ul !jirvi(; find I'--rt Ji iizon, tlm
litterof whom Hut wiili Niiiinn
nu Vo-- Friue, K'tiHiiiicd
there-The ii'tln puny wiuhred iu a CiiiiviH
n'Sjid l."t fill'd IKitum-
1G Years EttnLlithf d.
LAMFS AND CUIIDFEJs'8 HAIR
Iminediato, contifno, xccin o
ptfimo. CJuitn eigue 1
Opporite 13nuk Cuildir.g.
New Yorkera had nettled with Mr.
Fitzgerald, and the property had
been furned over to them. Ooca-aiona-lly
a roan cotk-- down into
thia country on a mining dealHint
norne promoter baa iutriductd him
tigo in'o, fiDdrf that the promr.tor
ia c"nK t make noma money out of the deal, goca to the owner of
tho property and tnea to buy it
over the promoter, and thua beat hitu out of Liecoinniiafion.
happened nevi-ra- l times eucct'Ba-fully-.
Tho promoter of mininp
aalen i fiften to a larga nspr-na- in
aecuiing buycre beforu he auccet'd
in getting one lo the projverty, and
ia entitled to a liberal profit. Th"
Liberal ia glad to know that Mr.
Fitzgerald wi.n rn-- t blulT- d out on
thin deal ami that be gotwhat be
was entitled to.
(leorge W. 151'Pman, jidgn of the
Forty-fourt- judicial circuit court
of fSturk and I'lilaalti countiep, Intl., has relumed all freo railroad
paefea to tlm rii'road fianipaniea,
lu common with other judgen,
mem hera of tKe Fgii-Utur-e and
public ( ffi.iah fiorn their torta .f
induction into oDi;e he had been
pftceca. The h'dti-- miya-- "In the
r turn of thia rail.'nud paca I am
proirqitd by what I believe to be
the tluly ( f a jndK. I'ausea over
railroads given to nuMiiliera of the and lo
j'ldegare prunte l for the enme prtrpc se, and
Jh.it pnipoHO i to influence IboHf
v ncfopt them. I deem it
wifoLfor a judo' to aetvpt h free
railroie.JVjiin-- from a company
which lO'iyNcome a party to liti
It"tut tirofiT liaationumi-a- no!-- I 4iA H'b
ortinnev .paper (liti-
-el AitHOlnn h'lrloek ni,iicio, mt
giu.jttl tm hoImchji-f- ,
ion ration t?tbiiiii.
Julio W'pilg'linuHin ban routul-n- d
up bin callla nnd huri ud U
av viug tbem to Hi rr Oounty, in
Hi vicinity of Cinifum. Hilvcr
The liii'i.hiu.t I'uttH Ihio mop will piiros
uyniNovcinbi'r f r
Lfnriii'j T.forH Judw I'r-tr-, and it Muhw naiiy fitizi'i h
f Nn Mrxicn tfl lind'llieir anhist-tan-u
n the tuutlcr lo tt n Pt.d
I'aao W londo In quit (ill foi I
jHliiioca in lhi m lUer.
A man named Onrci'i, TO
old, wm gurpd to
d'itliby kt K.ilrtii, N. M., nd'iy or two ipo
NEXT TO J0ST 01 1'ICE,
Fine line of liijuora BEd cigars.
Call in and see uie.
Th miiiwal caught the victim oe, worth hou.ie; ui t.,.pe 1 (.o tn, u,
oil (lid now,
lot,tioilit ilall f
island, latitude ML
- ,.;.--, f
S ? VA-'- THAT sAvrs.
'.t.Vf.j lmiii the fit- f "t
syWalkin, gpiith men. Olaaaof be Water
on Ilie niiie.
V..sir if saitti,:o ir.ui."' s
)iU liurnrt, citrryiiift liiin Hinn (tin
l.ini'f, horribly tt'Hiing bin nb.l
-wmn, and iiiilirlirig irj'un'ca from
Hhich h dit'd williiu t'-- ibinuii-s-. m '"I
With ft Jl"t;!j lci:mf)ii Thiii-nifin- y,
h (,'lioiilf mi ntubfi'Mu f'ir to
Xiilund and a ool nt tin bnul
iif end ttf tlm ,trdcpitrtuif id, it
la now cltmr nlmt Sptiiu rnini.t
Vyi.,i)iii(? poli'ica ittid wur inlfr
mtn in thts Utiitcd Suti' wtoo
II. IiUCHER,HOTARY PUBLIC. j
thiUVtof the, jodg"
who iieci'i'ta eaitl".asa. The trend Aboiit tlm iuiddin r.f Ftbni'.ry,
bifi rw ihf rUn t f thi ani Ui mini
wilrr lu itdit, U'flloi hi, with thr--r
iNotwouiaiia mi l forty five
Htarlcd in rlh. It wth tin' arlii-f-t
itled joiirncy on itfoid iu that high
On re'uitiny Fort ,
U'hlliu'iu found do'td, lull Pjoivij?, Kccoiilnti to pit ta Ci , had
kritiIim L..i!y lo li - hi'itHH,
bfbb'it tliiioij:h t.vo luorittit
i.f ArHic dm Knt'H.'.
Notwithalnnd-In-11 toniblo X!'CliiTir thu
kiltvivor Hah rtf hln! i'hi'-'- fid.
In rofpoiiBH to mi inquiry hh (o Wlmt roimtitntf a Ihn "unit'' of cop-
JSew 11ex co.
Anrore lenilln? anliBti-- and ileiwriJitlnTiamy
a'.rtnin ouropiiilon frea whethor an, is iiruhnlily pitenlflblo. Comiiiunlfo;
o mntilolly conildpnt iul. 11and hook onPatent
out free. OII itfunnier fur(meiirlng patent .
l'ntmiis Muthi A Co.raolr
tin I'll nuftcf. wlibautclifirBa,lu tlja
ioiix-.h-boat (t.iitfd oil iitelrr ovi-- 'f fluI.m n--to
1:iiiii.ititH miuHiUr t an
v.V If slie li.vt
kirtu--sin--wuiild Imvc jfoiii' In tlu boM"i,t. Wh it
wivnt lii r'f VV.i iili'-- t'T t.viiwli c--
K.. it was hir Bean-l- I' 1 the imIi'i;,'
vvhilt: tieimi r.fliuttl Hiat hl:nt slt.i' ;hl cn:t
licuHworil tlnti't tltrciuvli tue i:a u' Itvcalctl lln- ipiciu-liiii(- ili'iatr.
Whit is it llt.-i- t aav,-- tlioti- .nuls of men fir.m il(alii eveiv tlay in tin- year wiini the
aillv lite of
licis cri.epinu uns'.is pvi tu-o- tin-i- f It is tilt while H.Oit
nf ; the eilucntcd iiiidfrstaiicii:(r
that revrab the wanee Ji ft.iiiuft uml
ireHrali-- the enact ptiiat irf at tut k. While thr otflitiarycloctiii ifinp'-- atni'.ml,
wilh thr J'cct'le tall.iw.cmi'ile liyht of al, eonvrtitinniil, tovnine
a iliv.ii-int-i lOo I'i K V Pierce, of I!nf-frlo-, "N. V., illiimi.ii-.l- t tae a
t with thrclewdiy-'i.'l- nyofiirao'.teut
Vjowlnlife; the incKT'tibk-- siaioli
a.H'iwicfil ami scit'aue "I unilM.-li-- frtt lour vy tolo r.
Zlnynle-ii-- I "I Ni. )l,aik "t..AiiKteMi'.M.
N V.. ill m."-- l W'.rr V I .'. H.nv. Mv
Incriaeii-.-l notwii-uuiliij- llu--InI in.a I lo.1
niBtiv ililtt-ri-ii- l kiTHr-of Irenlmmt. Ali-- r h comlti)! )hv.iriillv ii'Voi-i-l .I(-- met imal.lc
wait tit all. mi. alter iV'ti "C'to-'ii- 1 wi--te
V.mi Iam viayhap'.iv thatjriair I'iirci-'- lint Mcitu-n- IHii-fn,- hih! also l.s
eieanaul ' iiKi--i
-siyU-- that tH- -jr
tmvp nir. wtxlt lothillil.yoaHl-i-- lir
irt-il-for what yon dirl lormi1. All MilirtjiiK hm
.oli.K--l aii'l I hnvc (fiilnt-i-l oIkiiiI tw'ts.vlive
paiiiel In wdijlil I nr.l only one l.utr--of
'l.ohlen Mmlki.1 Uimovery' ami oneviul oi ! elletll, "
Tlonot hpitatr towriteto Dr.I'.' rce. lie
will ei:'l oiiliilenliiil ailvice l .it ly
free. Mrnitat one rentatatiijw tocoverco t
ofiimiliiiJf only, for p:i(r oov.-i- d c. yof
Or. itei ..'' Common liciiiil Al-vl-'- r.
i'lo'li hinituiK ten hi!ii. fxtia.
lt.K. V. l'itice, BulTalo, N. Y.
Aruinrttmnialr Ithmtratei! weellr. I.nreestctr
dilation "fany eelnntiBn Journal. Tnrma. H
four moiilha,tl. Suia by all newmienlers.
ilittucb omco,tTJj F Ft., WnshlUKtuii, D.C. .
listfive yearn many 'important
I'tWMuita th'tt will cotne'Mp for tri'd lad. ire the rourtn iu thia
jdi-r,-dii-tii- will bn dcl'nmined
from a htnmlpoint of publitf policy,
nnd I tbi not deem that a j
would be true to Ida oath anil duty
to determine questions between
railroad ct rporntioua and the
pi pie while under tlm eraallent
nbligatioi.H to t!io corporationa
TheKO nro nmorig tho reanons that have Ifd tno t:i return thia day nil tloi e.nnu d p.isnea I held
from railrond roropkiden."
qi PS w i a 03 2 m
Ilillsboro,N. M, Cbailie OkuoikI, fuiniwrlv a well
ilivinion, lina juat ri'lnrnrd to Tuc-
-ui, fi'itn a two jeni tiip to Kliui-tliku-.
About tli only thing Clmr-Ic-y
put wbi n in ihf norihfrn
rjuutiywnt ihrt at'iirvt'y, mid l.t
tvrdl j IfedHiid to f,yl nvk to ll.o nid id luunliirn'.
-L ttlidung liih
An imporliiut ndnii'g falo ns
flobud ut Jlauowr wilhic (lift !hat
Vkeok. Ilrapiw, I'ottt--r aiid John-n- ,
o!d wh.it linn ln't'i) known hh
"Ihe Medio KroaP Hn""V.r Copper Co., for
Wiig piikl tlo.vn, null the Imlnrco
in n abort tiini. Mr. Hmiiw
jmahod through Dcinfpg a diy or
two after lV n ma
rmto to tlm City if Mexico, f .
"iai.k lliblmrd, of tlm Ina Crn
(? broom fuc'ory, nv. a Mt xictiii
ntubroom coin aor-i-l
Vtitlaal Hprljf. Tlda w.t
duly d iipand
porb'--to t an PicidJr nt crop. Ah broom
ittM'k ! very exptMicita, eupxrinlly
iincn a tniHt b.iw Iiimmi formed td
Vio.i intr'.vtbt, 'h'a miy ho n
pi r tlm IW.vrf Hi piinta the
'tin'unit of weight ia '20pounds,
tivoiitltipoia. It ia 1
per ctnt of
nopprin llm ore and 1
pnr cimt of aton, 'JOitO poundn, ia Iweoty
pound. Karh por cent of copper
contained in th orein equal toon
many unita. Otd carrying 50 p.r
crnt o roppt--r
(or 50 units), if
copper, for example, Ih quebrrl at
fl per It'll poutiiln, ia worth (10
cent (r unit, nnd lii'ij limr fcix
ty ftptala lliO a ton.
''For i.th decline or rino r.f ill tin quntHlioii a ihtUiclioii or iddition f 1
prcust Mhi tdd bi
uuidl'. If tlm quotation
then I per cent from tin pii.-- (0
ceuta) tdiouht b taken, uiakl-a- ' !!)
ocnlfl tht fettlt-iiien- piice, and ho
on down to whaltm r the qu .tution may be.
T11F. HAN lTMdl'C JU'UNED. 'J'hn Kan I'clipo hotel at Alhu
oucrque burned to the ground laet Fiiday evening S"itoi pluuilcia
had been at work lu the tower cf
the three story frame building, and it la believed 'h;.t they upaet an
alcohol limp, which started the
tiio. Wbeu tho flro department
reached the building about 5
o'clock iu the evening it wi.h fo.md
that tlm water pyiworo waa not
Hullicicnt to throw neticum aa high
as tho lower. The fl.mea pained
fiUth headway that
HfLLSBOKQ, N. M.
PLIES. NOIIOJSS. " '
KtahHthedinColorado, 156. Suciplep r ilor
enpreai will receive prompt andcuehilntteui ion Sold & Silver fiuliion
1736-173- 8 Lawrence St.,Ucnver, Colo. '3
could tlo tiothing
"II the nr ia quoted, for
ex-ample, at tfd 75, 5 cents fmm o)
leavt-- 55 ceuta per unit, ami ore
rung5t) pir cent topper w.mld
There ha--- been
over in th Pragoonn
the propelty of llie Dragoon iniu-iu- K
ctMiipany. etye the 1,'irtli-bi.- i
Liberal. Home lime ago
r'ityernlil inadti a deal toaell th"
proja-il- for iia owio-r-e to New
York partien ami hewaa appointed
roiuulii g propeily. Tho fire
burned hfur.i. The hotel,
wl.e.s it a, built icvi ral ycr.ra ego, coet !'iHl,(hit). F, I) Siurgene,
of the FmopeiMj hotel, bought it
nitntlvfor ilS.OoO, nnd
for iid annex to tho luiropcnn
It ha been dopedfi.r eoum inouthn,
nnd Mr. i'.iuigiait v.aa getiing U
ready for fair week, nnd intended
to keep it open in .he future. He
upent alout $'20,000 iu furnishing
hihI renovating tlie hotel, and bad
LASAMMas LAND A CATTLE
Dona Ana Iu pu! lit nn.
About two (( i rjjo JoHn I'itr-yd-.
:l iilix'c.!), living at I'luon
AH,wh froinii y; iJich Gulch,
id .it bulf a imlrt iiuiihenHt of
l'iuoa Alloa, vh;n n nIioh iihiI
pro-truding iii ui.j
tfbia bIioib hurt
l iui. Iln picknd up what ln Hop
ond tob a 1hik piditile, to hmir
luer dowo the olfi'inlmg imd in hi hoe. Leo bo bad
Ida cobbling, h rmtici-t-l timt the
Tryttmty mi on i,H,h-in- g
closer dincovrn-- that a
luiopHjOfutagf" o' tin-
He took it to M. H. Mhik' t,tore
where b aold u 1o th proprietor
Jot t25. 1hat wmh a pioii'ttlih' j ih
ifcv.bbliug with a cuiiuua robot
r"tUtr. "i-- t
24Pages t Vcekly i niustrated.
$3 PER YEiVR, POSTPAID.
ftCKU ruH. SAMPI.ICOPT.
! ABun a fc.J
auperiiiteudeiit in charce id the j iijzmc''tl L. A. Strong, formerly proM-rty-. ibcently the New Y"i kj clerk of tlm l alaco hotel in thia
fiirjil. ib.nn to JC1 Paso, city,to open the hotel September 1
where they intend tn build a emi--l ' Mr. Stnrgepn tiad JJti.taar inui-ler-,
eont w,itd out to llrapoon tlml ai.--e
tutlm biiihl s.f, ami had ar-
ranged to i hue ?5,taH) n.oro iasur
ance on the d-- v of the liie. offl,-
Fiirgeraht wn fired ami piwprid
to run the
Wtien thev werii m:t
f.uidthat Fltirerald w e
in potfeMon id 'he propetty, an1
vtt.a i" k d a
( onity. 1 in-
-niarku, under tialf emp each ear. Jlor--e ttuu.e
tint oaleft shoulder. ' AiiMrio5.il. riiANfa:
fjr'it Int.. p,
i left Hide. rirhrht
rutiit tloph.l 011 tl,eS'"11,J ammnl.
LA U (left 8i:le) hoiscs
II (left hii)h)er) W. 8. LOI'l.A-KtL- ,
niSCOVF.KKD HY A WOMAN
Another preut hue
ber--ni eif ami that, too, by n Inily lu
1 ,i country. "Pineu-- e fastened
iuclctrlu'n nuen her at..t f,.r eeren
Ifthaaliiy an or lei .y of lbija Htuie ! Uh n.t hi
h'er.The N. w
di-- r IlaleV M-f- ttn Iihm
it... Y 'tk i rettr.,1, but make i nuirr-
- Hillsboro, N. M,
turmdfroui Urn I'hli i, in.h. iii
;,,il,if.,th !,, i.i the Ihw siii'e they etira hh( witliKtot-- the ievetee
true, theie ia likelv to t... 1.1.11m ..utd conmemo
!..vr.-.l- . n,
or ai d tlehth im
H.,,iK. , Uinmd I'.crri v.,; luonry d lc him
l.iU oonimander airiv h..nm. f,,r iti'.kirg the
e!e.and Ih-t- he I'or three n.onthn eh!
AM lifVP. HITl A
Christ's ChurchMissicn. Kpinconal Chnrrh,
Services flr held n.ortinB
evening on alternut"
the Union CI ,uch. Union bun.Uv
Sch.K.l is held t 10 h. m. on '
Sunday at tLe Union C hurch.
Tbe atory ia to the ll et lltat M.-- j j hud lim
d.i'in mu h a !ispe c. u;h-t- l i"--. Hniiv, I could not
(Jeuer!Otia urcuw d
tintLc coti'd bold
irp- ny !
Sh tliac-ve- red a
tliaobeyiog orders, iu making a i until be h--
f:t i mill o rMv.-iy-, by
fliarg " tU l'itilliiinnn when be! Itee-id-ly an it o. ; i--r.;. I o t ...
i , H 1,,,'tV , )i 11
-..iwtdeB lo do Mi. UhI iu
kpelt flal'l :mt Hj e iy Ivt t'offtriiption, anJ Settle at All Hours. Fiib
tintiu bicycling, golf, htwn
crnnqnet, rowing, eto, exercises
which are apt to causa piofuse
perspiration, nrver neglect
follow-ing the same with a suitable bath.
I'MPAY, Al'iil ST IV.,
BOUND TO WE. A
spoi'&e l.Hth of salt water, wherj
John Dughet, ou Italian coal
miner, employed at Madrid, N. M.,
committed suieido by shooting
possible, will lie found the beat."
Forty bursts belonging to W,
Acomplete lin of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware ami Masiof.1
fSyilepainngaspecialty . All work guaranteed.
H. Marshall, a Chicago liveryman,
himself through the heart. Last
curious aspect, dark and smoky, whosetimbcr-cla-d t
account of the heavy forests ofpine
thickly all over
miles and about.
game abound therein
of the Rangea
silver, copper, iron and manganese.
End y Pughet came to Cerrillos
and bought agallon of whisky, and
going toward Madrid, slopped and evidently tried to drink himself to
liewas discovered Sunday
were practically ruined one night this week by a commercial
intru-der who entered th stalls aTter
midnight and despoiled each horse of its .tail. The hair was pulled
out by lha roils and so nSny of
thniwero taken that each auiiual
waa left with a mere stub.
General Banking Business Transacted-
brst section showingvalue, is
mines of this section
mg mines ol
enclosed and almost entirely
nftcrnooD and brought to towu, .when he was given a room adjoin-iu- g
Chipusa's saloon and restau-rant. Early this morning ho made
his Way into the saloon through
the back door, which, by noma
chance, had been unlocked, and
after helping himself to whisky,
took a revolver, went back to bit room and shot himself. He is
re-ported to have owned an interest
in a stock ranch somowhere m
New Mexico, as well an
YELLOW JAUNDIO10 CUR1CH.
Buffering humanity should be
supplied with every means poacible
for its relief. It is with pleasure we publish (lis following : "This
is to certify that I was a terrible Mifferer from yellow j tundioe for
over six iu onMm and was treated by
someof ths best physicians in our
Chamber," where 53.000,000 worth
was extractedin six
North Percha and
other great silver
Valley belt, feme18 mile
has been loundin
city and all to no avail.
our drnpf.ist, recommended Kite-tri-e
Hitters, and after biking two
bottles 1 was entirely cored. 1
now take great pleasure in
recom-mending them to any persou sull-erin- g
from this teriiblo malady. I
cm gratefully yours, M. A. Ho.
iiaity, Lexington, Ky." Sold by K'lya the Lordsburg Liberal:
''.Many people in New Mexico and
most of the VA Paso papers have
beeu for several years faying
hard things against the legislature
b"C.aU!o it paused & law providiug
.for the iusppction of coal oil.
'The object of the Jaw was to lave
Wines and Liquorsfor
L. 10. Nowers, drupgiut.
reat silver camp of Kingston, at the foot
This camp has experiencedtwo
Range mineral belt again shows richly
27 miles from
a great body of limestone
silver, and as yet has
reached its prime.
of the most prosperous mining campsin
From Hermosa camp the mineral beltcan
be traced int
the Apache Mining District, ofwhich
:U coal ou nscn in uie tern-
-tore. Tlia chief objection to the Uv whs that it ni iiiu eoul il co t
E3in Elmorn in
1ih.t!u) tenitory(b.iod ni'.dtliausafoit didoil cords more than ti c poor and iri--s
.ft nil. Oi.e ol j'c'.ioli to ti'Claw,
niitl that a M iiodij ono, in that the
co.W oil ii,o;f-e!o-r
gets (ou n ucli
ohj for tiio woik ho (lord. List
l.vt al in.vlil'iit !o'j'i'ilt d in 111
I'iiHo hirh hljoald go fur to imilo!
iftlj'! Ifiiilory ri.ititiid
vi11, the Liu--. A cm of the Kl
JI'.'so Coil nil which hail l.ot lioen
"oU'il ami pronounced unto,
et-ui. Jt M--t In e Uj a woinun's us and Ijiii'ned her m jcvcrcly
jtiiat s!ie. died. The lim nUo
i i .1 i
crop above the enclosing country formations.
eastern contact the
work has beendone-comm- encing
one place at the
Cliff mine shows a width
of more thanfive
along thevein we find,
all along, evidences of work
done,in piles of
ore lying at the mouths
in Is and sh ifts. These
ores arerich in
silver, and carry
make their working profitablesay from 18
the mineral belt of
formation of the
where the richgoJLd
gold placers, which are at lastal
be made to give up
The Midnight minehas
been worked to some deplh,
of eoual worth.
bunifd her little eon so wnvei'niy
Ihi't Im will be a
eiiij!cfor lift if iie dues not dii, 'Jhe i
bi-e-spent in New
Mexico for s..fo conl dil bus been
will spent if it bus prevented one
1'AI.I1 M IN
mfrTTimnn nmwiM nrrTta TTrgrnV
nT--"-s U'lt accident. Mot--t of the people
of the territory have beeu willing
thumoney fur secnrHy.
Of course thera are people in the
territory who would pose as fiiciuls
of the poor people, who have been
kicking over this law, but if a (?w
Wa bay fro--
OuTrices Defy Competition.
of them should buy oil in El Fhso,
and suffer thn fate of this poor
woman or her little boy they prob
IUTEablylaw continuedwould beonwillingour statuteto feebooksthe
Line toHEALTH RULES FOR JU
"To (hose persons seeking
there are features in bicycling
portant group ofclaims
shaft entirely ir
ore opens the vein toa
silveranil 10 in
come to the Silver
been sunkto a
group of claims arenow
of Chloride, anda fcmall
Two other claims of this district are worth mentioningtl.cr
Nordhausen, both containing good ore,
the Grafton mining
the famous Ivanhoegold
sistsof a 2S0 foot
mat especially cotnrricrnl it tor worthy consideration," writes
Edward B Wurman in the August
Iaiies' Home Jcurnal.
"Iterr courages sobriety, gives steadiness of ueives, requires quick
percep-tion and decision, and promotes
de-'- biei.thiug During the emn
Boston, New York, Philadelphia,
Omaha, St, Paul,
and Ii!astern Points.
Throiigh Trains, Fast
Pullman Palace Sleeperson all
Kansas City and
Minneapolis, and once eachvveek
Louis andBoston. All
trains not having dining cars stopfor meals
jamous Santa Fe Route
cheerfully furnished upon application ti
F. 15. HOUGHTON Gen. Agent, El Paso Texas.
W. R. BROWN K, T. F. & 1'. A.. El Paso. Texas.
THLOUOH FAST FUEIOHT
mer months I arise at 5:30A M.
and mount my wheel for alittle
run of fifteen to twenty-fiv- miles,
firat warming my stomach with a
cup of clear coffee. Jleturuing, I
take a ppnngH !nth of cold water
and a thorough physical exercise for all of the muscles of the body
that have not been brought into
play while cycling. Then my
bath; and aa I need no breakfast
I take none. Having no feeling
of exhaustion I settle uivselff .r
this property yields17 ozs.
The Ivanhoe vein
Emporia claim, upon which
750 feet of work
has been donein
Emporia ore show13
oz. gold per
next place along this veinwhich
estimation of valueis
north of the
gold has been mined
A word now to Investors or those looking for a country
cafiicient to warrant the putting in of money with a fair
i.ble assurance of beiug successful 10 reaping it rensi imlle Hfit 1 n tl 0
money placed, 'The diffeient millingsections of Bierra Coiinlj hm
been developed to that extent
aito leave no question Bs totl.
There is an abundance of gold and silver
of tliosn who havf th means tobiing jt to the siufiicc. Jt is also
hat niitiv of Hii'sn cairips are rcrtmtA from centers of redt cti 11, er l
her- fir. lha nno.M.4l'iy of having tuearmof bhiidlil j: th K
r de ores near wber they
with aclear brain and a body
un-encumbered by food.
"Whoever rides a bicycle should
bear in mind that whibf be i do
veloping leg mui-cli-i and lung
and is assured ofchest expau.
fion, it may bo at thn erpeuse of
arm, shoulder, r.etk and rhmt
nioscleg; t ifi poeeial exer-ie- s
for the upp--r pmt of the
body ehodld alan.--s en p; ii'i-- t
the use of the bicycle. An
lent coiabin.'itinij may bo see.ireil in nn h1! lour.d fb vi lofin.ent by
in of th ' lieej' and lawn tenuis.
lJ-i-t wbeiher in ltilgoiq; to any
(hronhlinn from Ariz oin arid New Mexico to all mints
jn tha north, ea.il m-- s.'nt!"ast . I.mr allitnde. I'l-rf- rt pa:si-npe- r
ti1.7 r Kleep
inif orin new cijiir KeatM ffH. ypeed, fcarty mil e...r'ort coni'.i.irt,!. For p.rticu'at id
...U P iMKHYfirllRf: (. VV. ('I' P11 .
-r. d l Ki F & i A., Kl I'a-si-. T
I'wi, Tfxn I T.
E. P. TI'KXFK.
tav , O V. T. A,',i'.iil.tw Toil.)-
-- - rJ l
lonu.wer.fjs.tw."Come to Sierra Conntv,
r ut com with