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A Full Line of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods,. Millinery ahd Housekeeping Goods, also the Only Complete Stock of
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ILEENPS FIKE CLOTHIITG IN THE CITY.
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John A. llunujiftSTlNB, Edilat aad I'tnp.
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pjt j . . i : MHUHin 4 m nonor; .Mercy on us,
&ne gocorro intfiaM. Hriu.;t wual nave you bccn doioS?
Iiriilct (returning from the reliar
with tier hands full of lobster' claws)
nTvpii í; r rtn 1 1 re? ' ' f ' ,ow V,rg 9 1 rrotect "8 1
UhilljlvAli"ilEVb.' i jul 'killed one of the bifgat cock-
roarlit, u-crawlin' over ye cellar-bottom,
thut I iver boo in iuc life.
1h fivo years Mexico will bavoarcv-euiH-of
one, huiulred iuíIHueh. Ten
yr.s (ir:Hlie biul eighl niillions. lua
few years our mater republic will bavc
Ull.tjni'd ' p4ition of financial inuo-
j'éndfiieé und will move on to marvelous
triumph in commerce, internal trafic
uui ju aoii. Mining World.
The Atchison, Toptka & Santa Fe
company')) enginccru arc iiurveying a
linu from Soc9rro, N.' M., to . Silver
City, where connection will be made
W itii ihc bruñen irom l tiling wnicn
the company purehagel a few nioutha
a'o. It in said that tho lino will ho
(mvU'mJ I'loni Silver City south wont
fai'h.-pMt, (Arizona. Thin branch, if
Imilt, will give the company a connec
tion with its Sonora line independeut
of the fchnthern iaoi6o,-M. W.
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The Amateur Tobacco Chcwer.
The amateur tobacco cbewcr many
timos through lack of eoniiidration
allows himself to be forced into very
awkward and unpleasant positions.
Ah a fair sample of the prrils to which
the young and iueipericnced mastica
tor of the weed in subjected, the follow-
A few May u0 a..youn njan,, who
was attending divine worship up on
Piety aveuui', conehuled, as the ser
mou wiih al)ut half-June and didn't
seGm'tibo vacitirig, that he would
tikVa chew of tobaoo. He was n't a
handsomo cbewcr, and while he woh
eliding the weed out of bis poeket and
getting i' b hind bis handkerchief.- and
working it into his mouth," he' looked
uh though be might be robbing a blind
woman of her last copper. Then when
h'f;f Pic.'itito his mouth and tried to
look pious and anxious about tho wel
fare of his never-dying soul, the chew
in his mouth felt as big as a Magnolia
ham.:Jieln!r uew vv ths. túwínosH; tha
.. ' .... . vy
8jafiAUUjsTro80 hmri'naoa ins
they began to secrete at a remarkable
rat. t Tbp,yonng nwn got alarmed.
üe waniea ut spis. ns eye igu io
hjwg;fut n bis cheek, and still the
salivary gtands continued to give
kwoi i 11 tkougb ixHi i?iog n
his handkerchief or bis bat; but neitb-
was 'getting wild. He thought of
swallowing it, but he" knew that bis
stomach was n't large enough.
In bis madness he renoived that ho
would let drivVdowh thy swle when
the pastor lookej the otlf r way. He
(Jeorgetown, Crant county,' ia tc
have a new five stamp mill.
Tlier arei'MiplJcd nt- tlic'eóal ifru
at ft itm, fie hundrri rafnrrt. t'
llich veins of nieklo havn been dis
covered at S!i rtiililj.'I1'' C'tí;
. The new Montezuma at tin' Mrm'n
in to be completed by Janmrv fir. t,
Oencral IV.w 'NVallai c, the Ameri
can Miiiin"er to Turky, h.n st.irted
from Constantinople on a four montlu
leave of ahsenrc in tho t'nited Stairs.
; III Kao.tiiH, tho cellar is tho place to
go in time of cycloncHiwhcnjj man
has a biarel of cider, "irlileftc., ia tho
cellar it in surprising toów'm.ihy-'tiui"'
a day ho thinks a cyclone is coming.
Copper j rnrjted at, oirlyt f eent
jicr jMjund, 'decline orfoür Tw:lSts dnr
ing the paot year. The deeline in pricv
is attributed to die Urgv amount .be
produced in Arizona uitd tou-
Secretary Teller has decided that n
mortgage given by aprecmptor, on the
land otubraccd iu his uliug as wcurity
for money borrowed to cn;iblc run to
,Juui: Wentry, doA not áíiSiate'húT ti- i" "i)' given: '.
M ISC ELL A.YKO US ADS.
itiEe eral .Merchants
p tie, 'and if not profikited by iw.
Tbe failure of Grant & Ward was at
first attributed to the siieponMon of the
Marina Naikvuaf ÍJttsW VYif k,Jid
later, tlic Marine baftk U iAnuii against
Ferdinand Ward to recove I700:000,
the amount paid out in overdrafts on
Ward's account. , ,
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. I is reyrtrted thai Peer $2,0O0,u00
of iew Kugland money wa invested
in North C'orolina gold mines tat year.
There are now 305. ininófJ( if tVf in
the state, and the product is ten
tirm-a that in any other state east of tbe
rocky im oniaip.'.
lWar Joieyefl Hrt jjw-l.
U estimated that there are at present
no lens than -l'o .juUoAarc.,t 3Uqf
whom ewn.' from $.V(M)0,OO 'apiece,
while there aw bout(X0 fLó potseás
150,000,000 to tl30,000,00 each.
Fred Peterson, the boy
I f 1 1 1 :
bd sat np
riih tJ-'jKidtut Lincoln duripir lis :wtt
and did not tteem to want it, but he got
it all right.
He seemed to feel hurt about some
thing. He looked like a mnn w ho hns
suddenly lost faith in humanity and le
como soured as it were. Some who
near him said he swore. Anyhow,
lost the thread of the discourse. That
part or the 6ermon he now says ts a I
blsnktohim It is several blank. He ' INCHES LIVE
caneti upon uiaim 10 cvciiumimkiv
blank such a blankuty blank blank, idi
otic blank fool as tbe young man was'.
Meantime tbe young man has quit
the use of tobacco. Ha did not know
at first whether to sweur off or kill
himself. . The other day he said:
"Only two weeks ago I stood up and
said ' proudly I amateur. To-day,
praise bo.to redeeming grace, I am not ' San Antonio,
a chewer." (This joke for the firxt
cw days will have to be watered care
fully and wrapped in u California
blanket, for it i notstroi.gatall. Huw
ever, if it van bo worked through tho
cold weather it is no slouch of a joke.)
Bill Nye, in Cleveland Leader.
axing the stains of the martyr's
prkvS.'-Jiiit'pr.) í leí the'jjown
ru' nt have them for the Lincoln cab
inet W k Ái t4m)e!.
The conKoJidatwn of ihe St. Luis waited till f he divine threw his eyes t
IfrVfts TtA.!Vtíro4dwfth mí AMl4árd Jiíve . and then it hhut his
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rotiations were- said to be ixir
would.-iucludd the- nwm-fSliiB .f, the I aisloVaWÍuVl ahatunmicntVnd itirc
AtlauUc k racifie' road, with 674 bis dpenliabd fmi into tb aide ia such
miles (i owuploU. track, ttivinj'tbela. n4uicr as towtcb; the tuntribution
ujiu2illiin ah' fti'fri 'A "of " over
Everybody's Nose One-Sided.
A very singular I act has been ob
served with regard uot so much .to the
shape of the nose as to the setting of it
iu the faec, so to speak. To bo striutly
correct, from tho artists point of view,
the nose should be accurately in the
middle of tho face, and at right angles
with a line from the pupil of one eje to
that of the other. As a singulrr faut
it is rarely or never found thus placed.
It is almost invariably a little out of
"Ibq square," and tho fact of its being
to 4 often that which lends a peculiar
expression and piquancy to the faco,
A medical writer points out thai there
arc anatomical reasons why a slight de
viation from the (rub central Hue may
be expected, 'ami that nose which lies
accurately straight between the two
eyes may be considered an abnormal
one and that the only absolutely cor
rect orgau is that which deviates a lit
tle to the right or left Chicago Jour
nal.' . ;.
Hr.AI.KK AND OPKHATORH IN
We have on our Ranches 500 head of
hornee. A large number of cattle
nmt over 25.000 Sleep.
Dealers will do well to
give us a call.
- X. M.
. STAGE COMPANY
RUNNING BETWEEN.' '
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San Antonio, '
White Oaks -
-AD- Ft. Stanton
Arrive n:30 a. m
1'epart ....7 a. m
' WHITE OAKS.
Arrive from Snn Antonio. ...... .4 a. m.
Depart for ' " ... . . .2K) p. m.
Arrive ior y. oiuuion -úJO n. m,
lcpurL for . . " , 4 a. m.
Arrivo , p. m.
vepan a a. ta.
. B- H. 1 1 ILL'S, Bup't,
Fsst Running. ,
Woswburg, Pa., May " 14, 1884.--Thc
champion running race ordered to
takeplaoe on Brooks' track to-day. be.
tween W. Steele and T. C, Herbert for
thedinputed stakes of $1,000 on tbe
race of 3d inst., was called at two p. tn.
by W. E. Harding, the referee. Her
bert failed to put iu an appearance, and
Steele ran against George Hazel's best
three mile record of 15m. 12s. Steele's
time the first mile was 4m. 60 Js., the
second ' in 5m. OJs. , tho third mile
in m- 20s., making th total timo, of
three miles If in. lis. ULu"diug de
clared Steele the winner of the stakes.
Richard K.' FoX tolografhed thai he
would give JStecle a valuable trophy to
run all oomexs. , The prize will be for
a ten-mile raeo for the championship of
aft cowers W ob, 'aeeordiég to
Polii Gazette rules. . , , .
k! E.CUUKH, riukii( (il Sunday tun
ing at 1 y hunUy school hi b to Pmycr
itf vccy 1 huidy viitg. 1). W. Twirta,
A, T. & S; F.
Tha Longest Lin of Railroad in the
World Under on Mani '1 1
Th Atchison, Tepeka, Santa
le, an Eminent , Example of
. American Enterprise. E'm
ergy and Ptrserer-, .
. , anc. -
In the hands of young men, this
great system ha been bo carenilly
managed that it has earned a reputation
second to none for convenience, safety
and tbe luxuries of travel. It is faiit
becoming the popular route for trans
continental travel, in connection with
tho Southern Pacific railroad ''
'it has opened Up an almost nnlim
iud field for pioneer enterprise in the
far West. No other .railroad can carry
the man, who ia seeking his fortune,
to golden opportunities, such as nre
open along a thousand miles cf this
Special freight rates are given to
jmnors and immigrants. . . .
tot all the inloriuatioo,you desire
wriuto . .f.i White, . i.
'i OentraJ Passenger Agent, ;
. ; :' , Topeka Kau8a& j
Mr. W. I. Maujoi.m, J.asUjru Agent, 1
411 Uroudway Nw loik. ,
SPERLING BRO'S '
MñMMOTH DOUBLE STORE.
Dry Goods, Groceries Clothing, Fancy Goods, c
Latest styles of Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Men's Furnishing Goods, Dress Goods, Silks,
Satins, Gloves, Ribons, and alljKinds
of Goods for the
' CARPETS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
1 Will Duplicate Eastern Prices. All Orders bu Mail Promptly Filled-.-i!,
.. Price List Furnished on Application. -
IsAl-AJSrjSrJLEtlD Sc GE3CE2ST SliET.
Hardware and Stoves.
Queeneswáre, . Fire Arms, Mining Goods, '
; Furniture, Ammunition' . Steel and Ir n
Tinware, Cut'ery, . Puinp & Gas Pipes.
Our Stock of Seasonable Goods, Such as Oil Stoves, Ice-Cream Freezers, - Wire, Cloth and BIúia h
ard Churns, Bird Cages, if c ,'is Complete, and we offer them at lower price than
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. ever before Jcnon in Central New Mexico . - . .
Give us a Call.
Manzanares Avenue, - : - Socorro, New Mexico.
IMI. IB. 3CE3Sr3STET,
WHOLESAlLE and REOláLlL
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And Agent far Crowning, King & Co., Tailoring Establishment, Hot York.
The Veircsl Oods to be Had Will be Found at all Times and Delivered Free to all Purchasers
' 'in-the City.' Orders Talen for Suits.
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A 'ullíLirie óf .'Samples to Select From
M B. Montwt, N. V. Cof. Pla4
h,W)jub. " put his hand out for the ui'mm