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DKMINQ, oooooo NEW MEXICO.
MANUKA OTI'HKIt OP
Dealer in Kegr and Bottled Beet
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Fresh Fish and Oysters in Seasor
Digests what you eat.
"Nature In atreiiKthenlnff nod rocon
etl-uotltifr tlte eihausted dlgestlre or.
ant and ionic. No other preparation
OAti nnr.tottcti it, in onioiency. . .ii in
1 relieve ana perniation
IJyfiMpilii, Inditffntlon, .Heartburn,
: iatiilcncev oour auminon, jibubsh.
Prportd by E. C. DtWUt A Co.. Ctjlcago
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I gunrmitoo my Oustomore eatiefnetiont
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Tho Dost Liquors and C'igrt
Cool, Qulot nnd Plonann
Pho Boat Lunoh in Southern
Ico cold kog and hottlodjboor
always on draught.
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elHt ItoflMfM illtl list iiriintni 4 art
iwliitlw with f.wwUfe type tttMnaU
is I hey t-nniH fx vary Hmv to It. I'hy
had V(hnI(HI block.i crtrVeM with wtJWU
in vr. by nii of Wttlah Urny
tnnitid iIiom wortta on iwttttry, Wliils
tlio latter wn an yet tuilmhl ntul Noft.
lucldentRlly It may m mcntlMMd that
tliey knew the iH.'Mleni iuhIIhmI of
memlliiR timhcn pots by niiwtin of rt?
etn. nml many plem of lottery thua
refttormt linvo beitti dux tip.
In nnditm Homo lliero wnt one dally
iiownMMr. whleh wna written entirely
by Imtiij. I'lirtht'rmore the Itojtiiut Hen
ate had n tttiUUufttloii which cont
Kiml to Tho Congnwstonnl Iteeord.
bolnjf r report of the ilnlly proewllli
of that Important luclnlnttvo body, it
llliowlw was written by hand. Ufmk
tut tf linL'ml nlntf aiij. ittnA't4
DYNAMITE IS FICICLE, that tho nmc is 0f itom
rf.oiw j-cara ami moro ago woro bcouh
"77M of Eise
But Wotk On'
f r .::. Wf Ar fA
imr r"'t ti$ thod't Sam
wAftA rtvi l..vflwoih beeonet tty.
YOU CAN NEVEH TELL WHAT A 0At
TRIDQE WILL 00 NEXT.
Kotii ItilvrcntliiR Rtorlrs ul lln
Jrnnlr Kntiirv of the HlutT, tVhleli.
n lliina llln.trr dn. I n Conlrn
tilciury M Woiunil.
toiiiod to play toniohlo down with mar
bles of ilmt mutcrlfl! Jiut na ohildntn
Modern Medlrluo Rays tlmt goat'
milk, cbiitrnry to thu Ketioral Itntirc-
j nloiiu. dlfff r rionj cow' tullit not In
belnc more dlaoMlblo. but lu beios
"A dartrhUe of dynnrolt la pretty , inon digestible and loan nutritious, nh
much like n woman-you cnu nevar tell . though It cotitaliu n larger amount of
what It U going to do next, bwauiHi t aolhl mutter than cow's milk. It l
d&eWt know lUelf." mid n m blast- J "' ""o" iiHlluestlUIo of all
Cr. "I have aeeu it powder aaleeiunn .
threw ft irtrt.te of dynamite Into the ! ' ' , ""l
nolil or hlrcliio. It contains itu' excess
of fat and Is therefore nltogetlior too
rich for an infant's dial.
nkilrot flrv box of a nurse hollar,
aild flio stuff Just burned like lard.
Kaxt day 1 saw a enrt boy repeat tho
exiKtrtiitont with a blaeksmllll's forgo
olid n pltl of dyimmlle no larger than tirrttipd.
ticnnnil there will ho a wholesome 1 An Austin colored waiter told n Hos-
fear anil soft coal lu that boy ns tons ton innu nt h hotel that lu eastern
na ha lives. i Texas a white mau hail married n lie-
"1 Hare seen a on no of 100 sticks of ftro woman.
dynamite full 80() feet down a shaft
anil nover wink, and I've ueen an In
dian drop a half cartridge from his
linlid to his boot and not a greiico spot
did the poor fellow leave bohlud. At
that the, poor fallow deserved a better
fate, for he made a despornte light for
It .before he Mattered
"Itu wnn liimlliiif n litnnk hnlo nt tho
tlttte and hud Just bmken a cartridge
III half when he dropped oue of the ,
pieces. Before It could touch tho
ground he sort of hair caught It. and
then began it desperate brief Juggling I
net Agalu and again he half caught
(he deadly thing. Then he missed It
lie made one taxt cirnrt and stuck out
his foot to break the fall against tho
hard ground, hut It didn't work. There
Was n banc, and It was lucky no ouo
stood near him. Which shows that
dynamite Is llko a woman, because In
my tlmo I have dropped similarly Hun
dreds of cartridges of dynamite, and '
still I am here nnd with a good digestion.
"Hut It In In wliilrr. en nvnnmlto
freezes, that It Is most capricious, !
Then If you want It to go off It simply
refuses, or burns with a dull roar,
like a holler blowing off steam. It Is
In thawing dynamite that most of tho
accidents happen about which you
rend. There are two ways of thawing
dynamite one by placing tho car-1
trill Ren on a steam holler or within snfo ;
dlstuuce of n lire: the other by Imnicrs-1
lug them lu palls of hot wnter. Ah tho '
latter method draw nut comddcrablo
of the nltmglyeei In from tho car
tridges, and therefore weakens thorn,
It Is often discorded In favor of tho
moil' risky thawing by nu open fire.
"I oiiee saw an experienced powder
tunn thaw n doxen cartridges by an
open lire, though, as the smpiel will
show, he completely lost his head
when suddenly confronted with nn un
usual omergency. II had placed tho
onrttldges wlildu a root of an open
wood lire and hnd seated hlmietr near
by lo await devHhpineuie when ouo
of the cartridges caught lire.
"Ilnd he loft It to burn Itself out tho
clmtH'iia are a thousand to one that
nothing very startling would hare hap
pened, for It Is concussion and not tire
thut explodes dyunmlto. Instead, ho
rushed forward, picked up tho burning
stick by oue end, and holding it up
ward like n caudle began to blow nnd
blow until he was black lu the face.
Ho never let go until the llamo began
to ulp his fingers, aud thc-ii lu his ex
citement he threw the cartridge to tho
ground nnd began to stamp and grind
on It with Ms heels ns If ho were kill
lug n xunkct nnd. by thunder! ho
stamped out thu burning cartridge nnd
lived to tell nhoiil It! The cart boys
called him 'Angel' after that, becauso
by rights ho ought to be nn angel now.
"One day a professor from Btovetn
Instltutu or Tcclfiiology cnuio to tho
qunrry and asked mo to perforin n
certnlu experiment for him. Wo
printed with dynamite direct from a
newspaper on to n block of Iron. Tho
professor said the experiment proved
most Interesting, as he had discovered
among other things that dyuamlto
works downward and not upward, like
black powder. Our way or proving
Ilmt lu a ipuirry Is to lay a stick of
dyuamlto on top of n bawldtr. After
the shot the bowlder Is smashed to
"Hut the professor had his own no
tions. He carried three round blocks
of Iron six Inches lu diameter aud
three luchos thick. Then ho took a
newspaper from his pocket and Bpread
one sheet over the rues of the block.
I placed half a stick of dynamite on
top nnd coverad It with a little heap
ot saud and touched her off. Vou
wouid hardly belloro tho result, but
"Was ho not dorldcdr asked the
ilostonlnn In tho classic speech of tho
"Hub of Uultuio."
"Ho was, salt," beamed tho negro.
"Dcy rlded him out oh town on a ralL"!
you enn sco the block on exhibition In
I a glass case lu the Htureus Institute
library, aud you enn read on It dls
tlnetly of course, the type appears
backward-tbo printing or that part of
tho pupyr which covered the block nt
tho tlmo or the explosion.
"Uut tho professor had another
wrlnklo up his sleeve. Ho picked nn
ordinary oak leaf uud spread It over
tho face of n seeoud block. I prepar
ed a ehnrge similar to the tlrst, and
this time the ribs of the leaf and even
Its outlines nppenred distinctly press
ed Into the Iron surface. According
to tho professor, tho nctlon of the dy
uamlto was so quick that tho ribs ot
tho leaf had not tlmo to burst apart
before they were impressed on tho
Iron. In the case or the newspaper
tho printed letters were harder than
tho surrounding white or tho paper,
therefore the linprcsslou.
"The professor's third block Is not on
exhibition for the reason that wo never
found n piece of It larger than a clovo
-uud tha reminds mo, what do you
stiyy' Tho reporter said "Yes." Chi
cago Inter Ocean.
The enroful rPajlor of a fow good
uv ipapent eat) learn moro lu n year
than tiitud scholars do lu their grent
lllmii'lus.-l' il. Hauboru.
W0M3N IN TROUBLE.
The Approach of Hothorhood ia tho
Occasion of Much. Anslaty to All.
livery woman d rends tho ordeal
through whlolisho niusr. pais in becom
ing a inntlmr. Tho pa hi siut suffering
whlcth U In storo for her Is n souree or
onnstnnt anxiety, faar nnd dread, to
my nothing ot tho dnngor which thu
coming Incident entails. Tho Joyous
anticipations with which alio looks for
ward to baby's coming elves way to an
ImltmrrilMibfodrcodor tnoordenl when
she fully realizes thocrltlenl nnd trying
event which will noon approach nnd
huvo to bo endured.
Wiimnrt should hall with delight a
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daupnr Incidental to ehlld-bearlng.
Suoli n remedy Is now offered, and
women need not foar longer tho hour of
childbirth. "Mother's Friend" Is a
selontillo liniment nnd It used before
conlbcinent, gently nnd surely prepares
tho body for tho great requirements
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takes her through tho event with com
parative rasa and comfort. This won
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woman who hai used It.
What woman Is not Interested In
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less value proven by tho experience o(
thousands of happy mothers who
Imvu used It during the most critical
period ot wniimn'a life tho approach
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It has won tholr everlasting pralso,
for It avo them help and liupo In
their most trying hour nnd when
most needed, lvvory woman may wnno
day need "Mother'a Friend." Tho
little I wok, "lloforo Haby Is Born,"
telling nil about It. nnd when It should
lie used, will prove ot groat Interest and
benefit .o nil exueetant mothers, and
will bo aent frco to any oddren upon
appiiauuon to tun iiruuiiom iiegumwu
uumpany, Annum, ua.
Sold bj J. A. KINNEAhft CO,
Strong Drink is Oiafh
un. vnnnwi si vimo TABLETS
fi Xi'i TlY""""1'4 4 rts"asrsi8
iff mi uK.
rwr uwMr, Start. Imhuh '
i'or Sslv lf 4 I'. (Iron. llrBiislrt..
"lMiirv iluuy i Hunt
fcivsry tvomsn looks forward with feel
lags ipfliulriorllwhl- joy lu the one mo
mentum! event lu hir lire, oumimiu-
with which nil others pale Into lungtuti
tuner, flon proud nnd happy shr wi:!
ne when her pit-clous Labi- nerll.it
her bream how snest the uume
"Mother!' And yet tier happy ui.tlel
pntliiii of this evul Is clnudeU ullh mis
glvitws ot the pniii and duuger id the
ordeui, so tlmt It Is linpi Mlble tottvnnl
the feeling ot comuuiil dreud thlch
irt-Fp over her. 'I he danger awd sni
ff ring attendant upon wing a mother
nn be entirely prevented, so that the
.lining or the little stranger m-od not
lie looked forward to with rear and
ireinlillng, as Is so often the osie. Kvery
woiiiiin who rettiln this paper uuu ohinlu
hsidulely rn-e a viilmihlu nnd anrurtlvr
dull' lmnk entitled "Ilefote Unity Is
Horn." In seimbig her name and uddre
m tlie llraillleld Higuhil"r eoinpnoY,
Atlanta, (Is. This book contain price
information to nil women, and no
our should full to send for it
IT WAS GENUINE.
The ilitnnlnrn of Wlltlem BtieWfs-Pi-b
Tltnt Aitntlrnl l.uee tlnd.
At the time of tho Now Orleans ex'
position, In tho winter of 1H8I-&, Ad
tnlral I.uco was IC eomniflnd of tha
north Atlantic sipiadruti ami was sent
down (hem to add " tho gayety of
nations, which no othor old sendog
could do belter than ho. Upon his ro
turn tho flagship was anchoret! In Now
Votk bay, where It was Visited by
many people. Olio day a party otttnh
aboard which Included umotig olhora
a very pretty girl and n very dignified
nud learned Hngllshnntlb As Admlml
I.uco was entertaining them In Ills
cabin ho asked the pretty girl If sho
would llko to see an original autograph
of William 8hakespare.
At this tho dignified and learned
ISnglUhinnu pricked up his ears and
remarked that ho had made a study or
the autographs of Hhakcspcaro aud
wns positive there was no nuthentlo
example lu America. Admiral Itiice re
piled that ho was very posltlvo his was
nutheiitlc nnd that Its genuineness had
never becu questioned This made tho
Ilrltlsher quite mad, nnd ho delivered
n lecture ou the fraudulent autographs
nnd manuscripts that wero brought
over to America nud exhibited as orig
inals. "Well," replied tho admiral, "1 am
convinced that my autograph or Wil
liam tthakespcarc Is genuine, and i
am going to havo the pleasure or show
ing It to this young lady." Whereup
on ho went to his desk, took out tils
visitor' book, tinned baok a raw pages
and then minted out the sluuatttrc,
"William Hlinkespeoro, mayor or Now
Orleans. .Inn. 11!. 1888." Tho KdglUh
man gare n pnlnful gasp and retltrd.
(train fag Is lawly the result or peo
ple not wishing to admit that they efct
too tmich.Dotroli Journal.
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