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Calara A boot ThTM Thouaand Aasrtaa
Hagnatfa. Orfwiuwél Labor; artraegth i tk
Europa. Pii el PROFESSIOBAL CARDS.
Dtl. swish ci;,
((radur-to of tin t'nivers'.tv of New
York City," ls7o, and former V. S.
Socorro - New Mexico.
J)K. C. C. DUNCAN,
PHYSICIAN AND Sl'K'lEON.
Office cast side Plaza.
Socorro, - - New Mexico.
K. P. HLINN
pkyscian, sr::i;Ki x
SocoRKO. - - Ni'. V MliMI'l).
physician an i! si;ki,t;on.
Socorro, - - New Me-:. ico.
jjK. M. A. SAYLi:K, D.D.S..
( f!rc over post-office.
SiKMrro, - - New Mexico.
. K. KITTRKM,, 1;:ntist.
SiKorro, A bey ta lüock;
Sn Murcia!, Harvey House.
ATT- littKV AT LAV,'.
JAMI:, (J. I-'ITCH,
a'ltc;';:y at law.
.l'e-e it; T. rrv H',..ec.
.a;to:m;y at law.
Socorro, - - New Mexico.
a r t 1 1 ; ; ; y s a r i , a v.".
Carlsbad, - - New Mexico.
AT TOWNS Y AT LAV.'.
yy n. ci:ild::i:s,
ATTOKNi'.Y AT LAW.
General s Merciiandise
SOCORRO, - N. M.
OiM...? ..''! C dd am' Silver... 5 .75
I, -Mil.. .5t I (, ml, si'.vir, copper 1.50
Snmpl j by mull receive pr'H.ipt Lt-jnl!oii.
Rich Ores and íitiüion nought.
OGDEM ASSAY CO.
1420-1Ó St., Denver, Colo.
E. E. BURLINGAME & CO.,
EetablUlirdineolordo.l8i,A. Sample by matlor
ciprés willreceive prompt and careful ttí-ntion
Bold & Sllrer Bullion Hr.íST
Ccncentratloa Tests 100 tf&'gg
1736-1738 Lawrcnaa St.. Denver. Colo.
I tl: ? undersigned hereby irivo
v lice tli;i t t:u j i rsun or persons
shall li - author;::..'.! r empowered
to ba'nih' or t:i!:e ir tu h is ór their
c;ir'' "I' posse sioii any sheep be
h f;'-:;;:r- i,, i;! ... i 1 1 of I11V
..re i:rl-:-vl in the ritht
, ;:r bi.v Í;..í:-j5 ai:d the rest
bt ar ear marks thus: right ear
tsiM.;- BO YEARS' '
.V:'''r l1 EXPERIENCE
tí d )TiRvfr
r ir Copyright Ac,
AriTATie !nHn.r ft Pkolrh i d d'rnitinn mwy
n.i(riiy HSirtJtui t.iir nniiiii trd writh.-r uei
tnvfii'lri trt i'iohAhlf .ilntf itl.ln. Hi)ii)iitilfii.
iioj.K hi i M-tly onn.i.'iittti!. IlHttiilxikofi I'bi uti
ui( fni. i!-l nk.'H'-r ftr ftm urtiiK tt!ii.
J'iiU'iiti titkoii ihniuth Atunn & (y. ruculvtt
A linnrt.'fmnlr Itliistnilixl w(Hklr. iJinmt Hr.
fin'all'iil "f arlaiitu) Jmirnul. l , rni. . a
Í.-.r- . .11 r niiiiilha, U toU bjruil new.iliulera.
fjiiHCo.3e,Briiai"iy" New York
I'.vcry visitor to tl-.c wiiite house re
ceives a shuck an invigorating shock
of frank carnestnrAH. When you
into the president' reception room
yo'i will see nomo tr.nn who seckn an
office for a friend or a follower, and he
penks in a low tone to the president.
The president answers or questions
him quickly, so that everybody in the
room hears what he says: lie is an
udihle, not a whispering president.
Another man approaches him and
speaks hesitatingly. "Tell mc what
you have to say quickly, quickly,"
says Mr. Roosevelt. The story is told
of a political visitor who came to seek
a p.istal nppointment fjr a friend.
After presenting his case he said: "Mr.
President, I have here a number of
pipers hearing on the subject. I
suppose I ouiht to leave them with
the jvito.Tr."e dopirti ient."
"No let me see them.," Then as the
president hastily ran hi eve over
tin in he laid aside one that was marked
Petition": then another; and a third.
"Petiti in," F.aid he, "I could fet a
petition to have you han.red," and he
Kave those back tj th-; visitor.
Mr. Koosev -'.t conies into hi aud
ience room aiert, earnest, with the air
of a ilii who ti so:::i tiling to do.
There's a sprin;r in his step. There is
candor in his nnrtner and a natural
cordiality, hut his quickness of motion
and of mind rives a new sensation.
i?c,,in to make to him the little speech
thet yoi: had thought out beforehand
and you soon see that he is (uitrui'ninjr
you. While you are still in your pre
face, he has jumped into the middle of
what you mean lo say, a::d he answers
you before you have spoki n it. Pnrinrr
a ti-.ree-ininu'.es interview he has time
to rush vou forward wi'.h your story,
to take in and digest all that you
meant to say, lo lauirh, to look you in
the face squarely, to give you an an
swer, to shake your hand cordially; and
you arc jrone wivh your speech un
delivered, but he has perfectly under
stood you and your Trand. Before you
arc done thanking- him he üi.iiles and
waves recognition to an nqiiaiutauce
at the other side of the room -swift,
ear.iest, cheerful, no such interviews
have bee-i held with any other man
that ever -;ave audience in the white
house. As unconventional as Lincoln,
as naturaj as (rant, as earnest as
Cleveland, and swifter than any of
them by an immeasurable difference,
Mr. Knoscvelt does rraceful but fatal
violence to the "presidential manner."
- World's Work.
A (i'oíi.I Coi!,'li ."ile:!leliic.
From the Cazeite, Too.vooraba, Aus
tralia. I find Chamberlain's Couh
Remedy is an excellent medicine.
I have been sulierin from a
severe couo-h for the hist two
months, and it has 'effected a
cr.iv. I have great pleasure in
recommending it.--V. C. Wook-,
nkií. This is the opinion of
one of our oldest and most
respected residents, and has been
voluntarily given in good faith
that others may try the remedy
and be benefited, as was Mr.
Wockuer. This remedy is sold
by A. K. Howell, Socorro; V. M.
J Jorrowdale, Magdalena.
Ihicp Ht.wen (odd and Milver.
The iil'icial statement of the
mineral products of the United States
for the last 10 years to PK.-O
inclusive - shows the cidninij value of
the j;old jiroducsd, startinr at less than
half that of the silver produced, finally
ove.-'.aok and passed it. The actual
quantity of Uu yearly product of tfo'd,
measured in ounces, considerably more
than doubled durirg- the decade; that
of silver showed large fluctuation,
and in 1"00 wr.s but little more than in
lü'.'l. The respective values in
wj'.v fur silver -TíMlO.íoS, and forgo'.rl
C.i.",175,lXH). Silver toucheil its lowest
point in W-t, when its value was 5o-l,-(lÜ.l'OO,
that of jrold f.r the same year
tciiijf 53 '.fkUVW. ' "Silver had it
fiieatest id in 1H"2, when t s ood at
Ci-.'M'M-'O. a ,'ainst only ; ").',IK0,(:J for
gold. In IS1'') gold passe 1 silver in an
almost neck and neck race, the
respective values being f ir gold 71,
0.1,400, and for silver foU.HOG.l.Zo. In
1') to gold increased its Ie::d, standing
at i"7'),3;;,:sl, against r77,(7a,471 for
si. ver. Youth's Coin pan ion.
A. J. Snell wanted to attend a
party, but was afraid to do so on
account of pains in his stomach,
which he feared would grow
worse. He says, "I was telling
my troubles to a lady friend, who
said: "Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
will put you in condition for the
party.' I bought a bottle and
take pleasure instating that two
doses cured me and enabled me to
li ave a good time at the party.
Mr. Suell is a resident of
Summer Hill. N. Y. 'This rem
edy is for sale by A. K. Howell,
Socorro; W. M. Lorrovrdale, Magdalena.
".IilMonalrei' Smr-Klnir Prejeei.
The erection of new process smelt
ter together with the development of
several new mining districts in Colo
rado and the extension of American
mining and smelling methods into the
republic of Mexico are among the
things to le accomplished by the Amer.
lean Development and Construction
company, a Colorado Springs concern,
which was incorporated in Penvef on
Tuesday. John Hayes Hammond and
Fred W. Baker, the famous mining ex
perts, are among the list of iucorpo
ntorS, the directors of which consist of
the above named gentlemen and Henry
V. May of Denver, Henry A. ltuttcrs, a
wealthy California mining man, who
makes his headquarters at Cobrado
Springs and Irving W. Ilonebright,
Leonard F,. Curtis and Henry Hineof
Colorado Springs. The capital stock
of the new company U placed at i.OO,
CGO. The incorporation of the new com
pany and announcement that they will
at once begin cn their new plans is
considered a highly important matter,
but local mining men foresee in the
association of Messrs. Hammond,
linker and Ilultcrs the unioi. of a con
siderable force of energy and wealth,
which will result in much development
in different mining districts in this
state. Mr. Hammond and Mr.. Raker,
during their visits to Colorado, have ex amined
numerous properties in various
parts of the stale, several of which will
be exploited by the new company. Mn
It.imin )inl is at present in New York
and Mr. Raker is at his horn in
Loud j n. IV uver I Jews.
Lend Drcp Due to Aun-cnipnt.
The action of the smelter trust i.i
reducin e; the price of lead to four cents '
is considered by many mining men a
good thing for lead producers though!
it is probably that before the end of the
year or shortly after that it will drop to
three and one-half cents. This is being
done by the smelter people, in conjunc
tion with the le.ul producers of the
Coeur d' Alene and other western dis
tricts, and is part of an attempt on
their part t force the Missouri lead
men into the lead combine. . This they
have refused to entertain, and their
production of lead, together with the
augmented production which has re
sulted all over the country through the
comparatively high price which has
been paid tn?.ke it necessary that
something be done to curtail produc
tion. This is expected will result from
the cut in the price. Rut lor this
concerted action it is feared the price
would be forced down to two and
three-quarter cents. Denver News.
Saw lh'idli .Near.
"It often made my heartache,"
writes L. C. Ovcrstreet, of Elgin,
Teun., "to hear my wife cough
until it seemed her weak, and
sore Lungs would collapse. Good
doctors said she was so far gone
with Comsumption that no
medicine or earthly help could
save her, but a friend recommend
ed Dr. King's New Discovery and
persistent use of this excellent
medicine saved her life." It's
absolutely guaranteed for
Coughs, Colds, IJronchitis,
Asthma and all Throat and
Lung diseases. 50c and $1.00.
Trial bottle free at all druggists.
V. M. Uorrowdale, Magdalena.
(let a peanut with as large a top to it
as possible. Paint or mark on each
side with your pen a round black spot
wiiere the eye should be. Make little
margs on the shell to indicate feathers.
To make wings Use a small piece of
common tissue paper, which you must
cut in the shape of wings and spatter
with ink. Paste these wings on the
back of the peanut. Make the eyes of
little round pieces of silver or white
paper and strick a pin through them,
with which you can then fasten the
eyes to the peanut at the black spot.
You must now get a little twig and
fasten the peanut to it bv running- two
pins thought the branch. Thus you
will be able to make a very fair
specimen of the owl tribe.
Nay He tYus Tortured.
"I suffered such pain from
corns I could hardly walk," writes
II. Robinson, Hillsborough, Ills.,
"but Rucklen's Arnica Salve
completely cured them." Acts
like magic on. sprains, bruises,
cuts, sores, scalds, burns, boils,
ulcers. Perfect healer of skin
diseases and piles. Cure guaran
teed by all druggists. W. M.
Borrowdale, Magdalena. Price
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' t -fla.fr-WV. .. Mllii, lili IU ir. MUÉ, i II . II
i r i v
preerri nd plrklw, aproad
a lilla coaling of
Tntl krn tlii'fn RSmlntty mnUtiir nl
IUi'1 iri-.i. 1'nrp it-Mn PftrHpin In n.w
uwf il ta n lloren other wuvi Mhont ih
liuusu, l ull tltrwrttoii In cb i4.k.K
Hu!tl tvtry wtir,
STANDARD OIL CO.
The author of "A Visit to Java"
tells a good dog story which has also
to do with ducks. The moral of the
story is that neither the one nor the
other should be subjected to temptation
A planter in Java kept a number of
canine pels. Among these Roll, an
Knglish bulldog, was his favorite. The
dog was as good-natured as he was
ugly in appearance, seldom misbehav
ing, even when severely tempted. .On
one occisión, however, he did give way
to anger; but it must be admitted that
he bad provocation.
His master had some black ducks
which he had reared with much care to
ornament the little lake in the garden.
One afternoon when Rob was taking
his nap in the neighborhood of the
kitchen, with h' small white teeth
protuding from his black lips, after the
manner of "i!'!v,iSl anj gleaming in
the light, an unfortunate duck came by.
Seeing the white particles, the duck
mistook them for grains of rice, and
tried to pick them up.
The stroke of her bill on Rob's nose
woke him and aroused his indignation.
A short scu!lle and a plaintive epiaek,
and the duck's career was ended.
Hat that was not all. So serious did
Rob consider this insult to his dignity
that, in spite of repeated whippings,
he persisted until he had killed every
one of the ducks.
If the test that Count Tolstoi applied
on one occasion to his sous were made
universal, criticism might possibly be
more honest than at present, but it
would not be agreeable.
A lady's singing having db pleased
Count Tolstoi's boys on one occasion,
they retired to another room and
showed their disapproval by making a
noise. Their father stood :t for a time,
and then Xollov.ed them into the other
"Are you making- a noise on
purpose?'' h ; asked.
The question was a close one, but
was presently aswered by a doubtful
"Does not her singing please you?"
asked the count.
"Well, no. Why does she howl so?"
responded one of the boys.
"Do you wish to protest against her
singing?" asked their father.
"Then go into the room and say so.
Stand in the middle of the room and
till every one present," replied the
count. "That would be rude, but
upright and honest. Your present
conduct is both rude and dishonest."
True it is, and always has been, that
cheerfulness is riches . that cannot be
taxed. January Ladies' Ho. ne Journal.
Education is not in extensive
apparatus and vast libraries, but in the
touch of life upon life. January
Ladies' Home Journal.
It is all but useless to pi int seeds
when the springtime is feone; the
harvest of character must depend in
part upon planting the be;il in th-- time
of awakening. January Ladies' Home
In the estimation of
(Every gallon of
will cover 30 or more r.quare
feet of surface in average con
dition, two coats to the gallon.
Every gallon is a full U. S.
standard measure. It is made
to Taint Buildings with. It
is the best and most durable
House Taint made.
J. C. BALDRIDGE, soconso, n. m.
The Oldest and Best.
S. S. Í5. is a combination of roots
nnd lieibs of great curative powers,
and when taken into the circulation
Starches out and removes all manner
of poisons from the blood, without
the least shock or harm to the system.
On the contrary, tUe general health
begins to improve from the first dose,
for S. S. S. is not only a blood purifier,
but an excellent tonic, and strength
ens nnd builds up the constitution
while purging the blood of impuri
ties. S. S. S. cures all diseases of a
blood tMiison origin, Cancer, Scrofula,
Rheumntisni, Chronic Sores and
UU-ers, Eczema, Tsoriasis, Salt
Khetim, Ilerps and similar troubles.
and is on infallible cure und the only
antidote for that most horrible disease,
Contagious Blood Toisón.
A record of nearly fifty years 6!
successful cures Í3 a record to be jroud
of. S. S. S. is more popular today
than ever. It numbers its friends by
the thousands. Our medical corres-
Eondence is larger than ever in the
istory of the medicine. Many write
to thank us for the great good S. S. S.
has done them, while others are seek
ing advice alxnit their cases. All
letters receive prompt and careful
attention. Our physicians have made
a life-long study f lllood and Skin Dis
eases, and better understand such cases
than the ordinary practitioner who
makes a specialty of no one disease.
We are doing great
good to suffering
our consulting de
partment, and invite
you to write us if you have any blood
or skin trouble. tA'e make no charge
whatever for this nervicc.
TMC SWIFT SPECIFIC C:.. ATLANTA, OA.
NOTICE CF SHERIFF'S SALE. I
Notice is hereby given that, on the
lHth dav of November, l'l'l, in the Dis- I
triet Court of the Fifth Judicial Dis
trict of the Territory of New Mexico,
within and for the county of Socorro,
in a certain cause in said court pending
wherein John A. Rouker was plaint i IV,
and the Kat and Kittens Mining and
Milling C ompany was defendant, judg
ment by Confession of said defendant
was rendered in favor of said plaintiff
in the sum of six thousand and sixty
nine dollars anil liftv-six cents
(Aitil.ío,) together with costs in the j
sum of three dollars and fifty cents;
the interest on s ml juilgmeiit to the ,
date of sale hereinafter mentioned, be- I
eighty-nine cents (i4i.S'i;l that the
nature of the action, wherein said judg
ment was rendered, was for money ad
vanced and paid out by' "aid plaintiff
to and for said defendant at said de
fendant's sjx'cial instance and request;
and that, thereafter, on said ISth dav
of November, Vol, execution which
had duly issued upon said judg
ment, out of the said District Court
and under the seal thereof, was placed
in the hands of the undersigned, who,
by virtue and under the authorit v of the
same, duly made levy upon the lierein-
below described mining property and
real estate belonging tosaid defendant.
Now, by reason of the pruuises, and
under and by virtue of the authority of
said execution, the undersigned will.
at the hour of eleven o'clock in the
morning f Saturday, the 4th day of
January, V02, at the front door of the
court house in Socorro, Socorro county,
New Mexico, otter lor sale and sell at
public vendue, to the highest bidder,
for cash in hand, all the following de
scribed premises so levied upon, to-wit:
The Nebuehadnezar mine and mining
claim situate in the Coonev Mining
District, Soc irro county. New Mexico,
located May 2uth, lh"S,'by Krnest Kitt,
notice of such location being recorded
at pages 413 and 414 of book Jo, records
of said SoCeirro county, and said min
ing claim being of more part'cu'areles
cription as follows: Beginning at a
monument of stones erected at the
northwardly end center of the claim,
and running thence three hundred feet
eastwardly lo a monument of stones,
being the northeast corner; thence
seven hundred and fifty feet south
wardly to a monument being the center
of the east side line of the claim;
thence seven hundred and fifty feet
southwardly to a monument being the
southeast corner; thence three hundred
feet westwardly to a monument being
the southwestwarelly end center of the
claim; thence three hundred feet west
wardly to a monument being the south
west corner; thence seven hundred and
fifty feet northwardly to a monument
being the center of the west side line
of the claim; thence seven hundre-d and
fifty feet northwardly to a monument
being the northwest corner of claim;
thence three hundred feet eastwardly
to the place of beginning. Said claim
lies between Mineral Creek and Silver
Creek, and was formerly known as the
"Neglected" mine. It joins the
"Golden Lagle" mine on the north
thereof ami the patented property
known as the "Enterprise," on the
south thereof. The northwardly end
line of the "Nebuchadnezar runs
parallel with the southwardly aide line
of the "Knterprise" for a distance of
six hundred feet.
Th conditions of sale are, that the
purchase price must be paid upon de
livery of certificate of purchase.
Socorro, N. M., December 5th. l'KH.
C. F. Bi.ackinotu.v,
Sheriff of Socorro County, New Mexico.
NO I H E.
District Court for Socorro County,
Danial H. Railey,
vs. I No. 33í7.
F.lizabeth Jane May Railey,
The said defendant, Llizabeth Jane
May Railey, is hereby notilied that a
suit hlis been commenced against tier
in the District Court, for the County of
Socorro, Territory of New Mexico, by
the said plaintiff Daniel II. Railey for
a divorce from the bonds of mntriiuonv
now existing between plaiutilf and de
fendant, and for other and further re
lief. That unless the said KH.abeth
Jane May Railey, defendant, enters her
appearance in said cause on or before
the 2Jth day of January, A. D. l'H,2,
judgment will be rendered in said cause
against her by default.
The name of plaintiff's attorney 4
James (i. Fitch, whose post odice ad
dress is Socorro, New Mexico.
John F,. Gkivi'ith,
Clerk of District Court.
(Vtillnir u Riltisli Visitor.
A big British battleship coming her
to attend a patriotic function of some
kiml on the invitation of our govern
ment ran short of coal, and Uncle Sain,
as host, agreed to till her bunkers free
of charge. This courtesy was deme
through the medium of a Jersey City
merchant, ho supplied line furnace
cop I worth from So to Í7 a ton and
presented his bill to the Knglish cap
tain. "Send it to the navy depart
ment," said the l.itt'-r, ami lo Washing
ton it went, to be returned by the next
mail with a memorandum attached
saying that an error had been made in
the charge, "the g"vei iiu-.ent contract
calling for coal at ;vl a ton." And
that is all the smart Terseyite ever re
ceivetl. - New York Press.
Ii"3"ou would have an appetite
like a bear and a relish for your
meals take Chamberlain's
Stomach and Lives Tablets.
They correct disorders of the
stomach and regulate the liver
and bowels. Price, 25 cents.
Samples free, at A. K. Howell,
Socorro; W. M. Uorrowdale,
O aV I o frJi
VOLUME OF . .
Facts and Figures
Containing Ortr BOO Pagti.
Special Features. 1
Labor UnloM. Th a ,
TnovU. Unltta- State
Conuav Now Caa
Tba Nicaragua Canal
aa4 tha Hay-Paanca
luto Traatloa With
Ureal BrttaJn. Tha Ka
latloas ol Cuba WMb
Lb United Atate. Th
Coalaronca ol Ameri
can Republic at th
City 4 Mexico, Th
al TkU Country and
Aortal Nnvtgatlon h 1901. Tho New York
Municipal Election ol I VOL Agriculture.
FACTS ABOUT POUTrCa.
I THE BOOK THAT BELONGS
IN EVERY OFFICE AND
IN EVERY HOME OP
Pr09 I STANDARD
f- . I AMERICAN ANNUAL.
Z U CIS. I AT ALL AfWS0ALfiS.
7MB WORLD Pulitjv Mf.. Urk
Re ashamed of nothing on earth
except poor work, which is a thing to
lie ashamed of. Select whatever you
are best fitted for and train yourself to
thoroughness in that line. - January
Ladies' Home Journal.
Don't Accept a Substitute I
When you ask for Casrarets be
sure you pet the genuine Cascareis
Candy Cathartic! l)on't accept
fraudulent substitutes, imitations or
counterfeits! Genuine tablets stamp
ed C. C. C. Never sold in bulk.
All druggists ioc.
Denver Northwest The "Burlington-Northern
Pacific Express," for
the R'ack Hills, Wyoming, Montana.
Spokane, Tacoma, Seattle, Portland
Denver liast The celebrated Chi
cago und St. Louis Limited Flyer
No. (; nbw) night train No. 2. The
Burlington is the main traveled road
Denver to the east.
Kansas City North. T wo fine
trains daily to Omaha, St Paul.
Kansas City to Chicago. The
Kansas City to St. Louis. Two
fast tiaie.s daily.
The highest gradeof wide vealibulcd,
Pitltse h-lighted equipment.
Write for descriptive matter, ratea
C. I.. DFECH, L. W. WAKELCY
T. 1'. A., .--,..,11 oil li;,lw, ,, i I'a.'r. Are.
Dn, Tta. av. hewi. nt
HO WAR O ELLIOTT,
v. kg, mo..