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A the p'ik town of wi.u-li wo lmvo
rvírts, its menn t ti'H inture
l-'in 72.0 Ir-y. Fiilironlieit, luiv
injr lt-ps rninfull tlinn tlio two cilice
lli-it aro r'coril''l m cooler.
Juno la ly far ita inoht (lis:i;;reo
f'.'.e month, loiilit!i-Hs, Ix-rnuK tlio
l.tiny Fenpon, wliie-li l.cy'iis in the
inici-llo cf July nnl ln'ta to the
etui of August, has not yt-t Kt in.
In -tlio nutumn of Ls0'J Silvor
City hud lens ruin than tiny of the
towi;a enumerated Hive Socorro,
riTid, with n menu lonii't'iiituro of
Í".1 ilrv'rt., ouliau. ta rank na
tlm third coolest city.
In tlio winter of IV.'2-O.'Í wo firel
that with n irc'cíjiitíilíoii lew than
that of I.p.fl Cruct'H it ranks next
to that inro in warmth, or, in
other wopl.-s though a lit To colder,
it is diho dryer. It is but fair to
Buy, however, that the records of a
number of yearB fchow that th
precipitation at I-as Cruces in, if
nnythinfr, h little led than it is at
fcilver City.
Coming to tho Fjirir;,' of IH'Xi,
wo find thut fcjilvcr City b-ri'ls in
t.recitiitalion; but all of tho rain
ond enow foil in the space of live
days, the remaining cighty-S( ven
beiüg clear.
Ab to tí ni pe ral uro wc find that,
B3 ill tho unmrner and autumn, it id
tho third coolest of the cjroup.
From what wo have Keen, then,
it is apparent that Silver City pos
sesses advantages of temperature
for tho four seasons superior to
tho other places considered.
Though cool in winter it is not
t o cold for the invalid to venturo
out, nud though warm during
portions of tho summer (Juue) it
is plcasuut in the thado, and the
nights aro always cool. Suustroko
ia unknown in New Mexico. The
dryness of tho tliniato prevents
excessive jer?pirntion, a specie of
auuoycnco so common in other
countries, tho skin being always
dry except after unusual exercise.
This feature, tho dryness of tho
climate, is apparent to the strnuger
at every turn. IIo sees it in tho
uncrumbled adobe walls built by
Apaeue ana i ueoto Indians over
two hundred years ago, and in the
perfectly preserved household
articles left by CliiT-Ihvollera in
prehistoric times. IIo feels it in
tlio dryucss of his lips in winter,
and tho stitTness of his starched
collar in June. He notices that if
his ink bottle id not corked he is
writing from n paste instead of a
fluid, that his leather goods need
an unusual amount of oiling, and
Lis newspaper is brittle and easily
torn. Tho absence of dew permits
camping-out moro than half the
year, a sueiter lie'injj unnecessary
daring tlio summer mouths to
those who have a blanket in which
to wrap themselves.
Atmospheric moisture is due in
part to vapor brought by the
winds from distant bodies of
water, but chiefly to that drawn uj
by tho sun from the damp soil or
the standing or running water of a
given locality. "We have seen al
ready that tho w inds havo been
deprived of most of their moisture
before reaching New Mexico, and
can therefore contribute but littl
to its humidity. Examining the
toiography of tho country we
find no lakes or standing pool
about Silver City, while tho near
est river, tho Gila, is thirty-live
miles a way.
Accurate fii;nres for comparini
i . .
prominent places lor the same
year are difficult to obtaiu, but tho
follow ing will show tho advantages
ia humidity jssessed by Silver
City over tho two great resorts ou
the eastern and western coasts of
the United States Jacksonville
and San Diego:
Mean relative humidity for the
year ending July 1, 1SS1:
Silver City. N. M 41
Rtn'a Ki N. M 41
Sill li.v. t'l
JtM-kvu; iIN'. Kia
1 raul, M.jtp ivi
t- in Aulm lo, Tux It
l-'llllll), MüH t
i f V -ii ' 4 ty 7'
hil.l. Ii ii , V tí
( liU.aU, 111 M
It is not intended here to provo
or expand upon tho five requisito
conditions laid down by Dr. Doui
eon, eud for further information
tho reader is referred to the article
already quoted.
Thtfao conditions aro found only
ia high inland altitudes, and fcil
ver City is C.&OO above and many
hundreds of milts away from tho
I'utients wth asthma, bronchitis
or ir.cipetit J 1. thiols may come to
fjilver City direct without fear of
(!t!t'ír from tho altitudo, but if
tit L'.&it íj vuák, or it Leinor-
rhr.:rf l.riR been very rcc-nt.it vero
wt 'l to Mop over for i ti i 1 1 1 1 at
1.1 Taso or Lns Onieea, with alti
tudes of .1,701 feet and 1,00') fed
rt í jM-ctivety. The weaker the pa-
t'.ent tho more prolonged should
be his journey to high altitudes.
Tho opinions of medical men as
to th ib ct of the elimato of New
Mexico upon patients with organic
heart disenso vary considerably,
but tho writer is with tho major
ity when ho advises such patients
not to go higher than 4,000 feet,
or, to put it nioro practically, no
further north than Las Cruces or
La Mesilla.
Tho reader will observe that
with one exception tho altitude of
the st'itiotis hero given increases
from south to north, causing a
much more marked difference ef
torn perat uro than would bn pro
duced by latitude alone; and the
advantages of elimato enjoyed by
Silver City are duo in part to the
fact that while it is nearly as fur
south as Las Cruces it has an alti
tude of '2,000 feet more.
An interesting feature of tho
climate of New Mexico, upon
which sufficient stress has uotlieen
laid, is the increased electrical ten
sion of the body experienced i'i
tho cold days of winter. The
therapeutic effect of this is far
reaching, inasmuch as it involves
other forms of debility than that
produced by pulmonary disease,
and more particularly diseases of
tho nervous system.
Upon this subject Dr. F. W.
Seward of Godien, N. Y., has said
in an article read in 1S02 before
the American Health Itcsort Asso
"Lessened induction of electric
11 11 id gives rise to a more positive
state of tho body. A positive state
is 0110 of energy, functional activ
ity, and consequently of increased
nutrition and strength. Jt has
een elenionstrated within a com
paratively recent dato that men
employed about electrical works,
and particularly on electric street
cars, or where there is a largo in
duction of electric fluid, havo ex
perienced immunity in a largo de
gree from chronic ailments. Ttie
atmosphere immediately about
them is heavily cnargol with elec
tricity, hence that within eloes not
flow from them. 'Virtue' has not
gone out of them. It is a ques
tion it tho enervation we experi
ence from warm, damp weather is
not largely due to tho rapid out
flow of electric current, or in other
words, to a mero negative etate of
the system. Contrast with this
nervation the stimulating influ
ence of a cold, clear, crisp atmos
phere, when tho humidity is con
Lrcaled and tho air becomes a les3
perfect conductor.
In Btudyinfr the climalolo"y of
our country from this standpoint
and admitting the value of the
above mentioned attributes, as on
must, I am ready to affirm that in
no other seetiou will the perfect
ion of these be so nearly found, or
apprtiaehcd, as in New Mexico.
The present writer recalls scy
(ral occasions during tho past win
ter when, afier a walk in tho hills
about Silver City, he shook hands
with persons causing thorn to start
at the electric shock received in
tlio touch of lingers. J-,xer-.isiug
iu the dry air he Lad become
charged with electricity, and on
tho first contact had dischargee
the fluid, like flio shock front
Leyden jar.
A lady residing in Silver City
who has n heavy suit of hair which
6ho is fond of having combed by a
companion, has been compelled to
fore'go this process in Cold weathe
on account of the buruiug pain
produced by it.
To those who have faith in the
eillcuey of pino forests, it may be
said that the mountains about Sil
ver ity are covcreu witn meso
trees, and may be reached ii
fifteen miDutes walk to tho north
oast or west Tho hills of the
town proper are ulmost without
trees, being covered with bea
grass and varieties cf the maguey
plant Closer in aro large native
cottonwool trees, which afford ex
eel lint shade, and are found
throughout tho country wherever
there is human habitation.
fur the most part quite good a .-id
are used by a iiumlcr of persons
of nil ng"S and both sexes who
have bicycles.
In rndorsing Silver City it hn.3
been tho intentiou of tho writer to
show at the same time the advan
tages of climate possessed by the
whole territory, holding up the
former plnco more rs a type of
New Mexican resorts, rather than
the solo desirable one. Silver City
has no erne property of climate iu
which it is not equaled by some
other locality, and it is in the tout
ensemble alone that it can claim
its superiority.
Much has been written of Colo
rado as a report lor consumptives
and it deserves much of the praise
it has received, as is evidenced by
tho many cures that have taken
place there, but tho intenso cold of
its winter climate and tho many
lays, relatively, in which snow lies
upon tho ground, nre causing iuva-
ds to look further south for a
balmier climate. New Mexico
pofsess all the advantages claimed
for Colorado, with the added ouo
f a moro temperate winter.
The hot spring.? which abound
1 . Mil i
in all portions or iuo territory
iovo been found of great value in
rheumatic diseases, and need only
to be known to bo patronizenl.
This latter remark will apply to
all of New Mexico, which has, un
til recently, been regarded as lit
tle better than a desert, but which
is becoming known to tho profess
ion as possessing advantages to
the patient with weak lungs that
are not equaled anywhere in the
United Slaters, ami which are not
excelled, perhaps, auyhero in the
civ ilized world.
The class of patients receiving
most benefit in New Mexico are',
naturally, those that are able to
get about and receive all tho bene
fits of sunlight and moderate exor
cise, lucre are hundreds ol
íealthy persons in tho territory
to-day who were a few years ago
victims of asthma, chronic bronchi
tis, iucipent phthisis, or unre-
solveel pneumonia. Some were
sufferers from marked cases of
phthisis with cavities, and were
carried to their boarding places on
chairs or hi a stretcher. These, of
course, aro fewer in number, but
they form a large percentage.
Many phthisical patients have
come out only to die, harm
waiteel too long before taking tho
final step of chango of climate,
which for this reason proves only
too often a fatal step.
Asthmatics gain comfort imme
diately in this clear, pure air, and
persons who have run down rapid
ly seem to pick up flesh equally as
fast. Chronic cases improve more
slow ly but steadily.
A mistake made by many is in
oxTjectiug too much of tho elimato,
and they either romein in eloors
too much, taking little exercise, or
over-exert themselves in dancing
or other amusements, spending
loo mucli timo out-doors ou col
Iu thcso high alitudes tho sun is
the great life-giver,whoso move
ments should bo carefully watched
and no invalid should venture
abroad without his companionship,
lolly in matters or common
sonso has caused the loss of many
lives ia this region. Wo know oí
a young man with tuberculosis of
tho lungs who walked seven miles
to a dance after nightfall twice
week. Ih less than six months
after his coming ho was taken
home a corpse. Another fata
caso was a young man with tho
samo disease who contracted pueu
mouia by being caught in a hail
storm while hauling in winter
high up in tho Organ mountains.
Other causes might bo mentioned
but they only go to show that pa
tients can not bo cured in spite o
themselves even in New Mexico.
Tho accomodations are good, as
to board and lodging, and there
are Boveral well-conducted restaur
ants in the town.
Tho hills abound in doves, wih
pigoonj, quail and rabbits, am
further out in tho mountains are
bear, deer, and antelope. Duck
hunters wLo go as far as the Gihi
river are usually xewardid with
plenty of güie.
The roadj about Silver City aro
1 lie Priivcr t".v-inr"T TYar.
Two vents n.ro the nuniT'ers
tho daily lmpers of Denver lushed
into a foolish and senseless war for
busincp.v which ended in cutting
tho subscription rales ef all tlio
papers to so lo-.v a figure ns o ab
solutely ennso a heavy loss to all of
them. It is impossible to publish
b live, regressive daily paper sev
en'tlnys in a week and furnish it
snusrnoers nt ntty nnt sixty coirs
or month unlets a circulation of
from sixty to seventy-five thousand
copies can bo secured. Such a circu-
ation for tho Denver dailies is im
possible until the population of
tho city and state shall reach dou
ble what it is now. All newspa
per men knew the heavy loises
would, in time, drive the owners of
tho foui paper? to net ns business
men should, and put their proper
ties on a paying basis. Hundreds
of thousands of dollars have been
sunk in this war. The new rates
established aro about 23 per cent
ower than those that prevailed bo-
fore the cut, and but a small per
centage alovo those now prevail
ing, yet enough to save all from
actual loss. There is nothing that
will make business men stop a ru
inous fight bo much as tho ap
proach of financial disaster.
The ratos by mail adopted by
tho three papers are as follows:
News and Republican, $7.50 per
year; $3.75 for six months; $1.90
for three months; one month,
sixty-five cents. The Times, S'5
per year; $2.50 'for bíx months;
$1.23 for three mouths; one month
fifty cents.
j-t i .li It 11
uianung mat ruwman is as
black as ho is painted by his cuo
mies, it do. s not follow that the
public should bo punished for his
sins; and that is why tho strike
gets no sympathy from tho people,
Globo Democrat
It is about timo for tlio troops
at Chicago to make a ten-strike
out of syiuputhy with tho people
of this atllie tcd land. If sympathy
strikes are to becoiuo popular It
us have a variety. St. Louis He-public.
l'ool líir.iünT C yN.ii of th9 f tilnp.e.
It is not corUii.ly known how th?
CLinorO custom of landing the f-et
of women had its olilán. One ac
count in to tlio e ffect that it aroio
eluring ttioreicnof i:n empress who
hod club feet, cud that foolish moth
ers deformed tliofoct of their little
grills in si rvilo imitation of the mis
furtiuis of roynlty. Other Chinese
trriters assert that tho breaking and
binding of tho feet of pill babies
ft ndmiily became the custom becuso
of tbo pent admiration all cla'ües in
the riowery Kinjídom have for deli
cate pedal extremities.
Iu a valuablo reference work en
titled "Notes and Queries or. China
and Japan" I find tho following: ' It
is recorded that Hon Clieeof the Chin
dynasty, iu the year which corre
tponds to CP3 A. D., ordered tho Em
press (Lndy) Yao to bind her feet no
as to make them look like the new
moon, and that the evil fashion has
piuco prevailed nfrainst allfiubsenuont
prohibitions of the custom." What
ever its origin, tho adoption of the
custom may be said to have been
gradual and to have come into gen
eral ue ia spite cf much objection
on the part of the authorities. St.
Louis Republic
Terfcotly C'lrw.
Dedbcete My denr sir, before you
ask me for an immediato payment of
this account I wish you to consider a
few fact's which will doubtless lo
dound to your own good. I want to
ask you if you do rot regard with
some degree of satisfaction tho pros
pect of having money coming to youl
TLo Creelitor Why, of crmrso.
iJeilbeete Now, so long ns I am in
your dobt such a preepect is lefore
The Creditor Y-y-yes.
Dedbcete (retiring in good form)
And if I were to pay you that pros
pect would be instantly and entirely
cut oí?, as you can plainly see. I
trust that you will learn to look after
your own interests better before ap
proaching mo on this subject again.
Chicago Kecord.
A City of Clutter and Slioutlnj unci Untying
of Ioultt-yft,
Naples is n r.oi.y city, not with the
heavy rumble of Broadway, but tho
clatter of light vehicles and tho pat-
tor of little feet of horses and don
ioys. The chout '-oh-a-a a-a" of
drivers rinrm through tho streets like
tho cry of an avenging demon, and
the incessantly cracking whips sound
like the Fourth of July. Evorybody
talks loud and on a high key as
though in a war of words. Venders
hawk their wares with a yell which,
though in musical tones, is piercing.
One exception to the general noiso
is in the barbers shop, where a half
dozen men work in solemn silence,
not discussing weather, politics or
scandal with their victims. It seemed
unnatural and grewsomo. I havo
heard only one hand organ, and that
was an antique. Probably the others
have emigrated to America. One un
usual noiso will attract attention. I
exploded ouo of my dynamite sneezes
on tho Toledo ono day. It mado a
sensation in the midt cf tho busy
trafTic, perhaps because there has
been so mucii said about anarchist
bombs lately. Ily cabman jumped
a little, but quickly recovered him
self and said, "Vostra saluto, sig-
nore." Sometimes tho church bell
rings violently us though for a fire.
One looks for tho engines, but it is
only a funeral, and the white clothed
bearers, v.rith holes cut for eyes in
their masks, come round a corner
with tho painted or embroidered cat
afalque on their shoulders, preceded
by tho priests and acolytes.
Above all noises the donkey s fre
quent bray prevails. I cannot pet
used to it. It always sounds hko
something else. In church ono Sun
day I thought I heard an old well
windlass groaning and squeaking
vith its roughly turning axle. Poor,
dear little donkeys! If they get any
comfort out of their braying, they aro
welcome to it. for it is about all tho
comfort they have. When ono sees
a littlo fellow, tho sizo of a ce.lf, pull
ing a good load of furniture and a
lazy master on a big two wheeled
cart, or nine heavy trunks and two
men, or another with paniers and a
boy twisting Lis tail, it seems like a
very human voice of patient woo and
rebuke that comes out in that bray.
I do not see what Ni'plc-s could do
without tho;,o nimble littlo feet trot
ting up and down her hills. Tho
donkey's foot iscarvc-d on the handle
of her souvenir spoons us a token of
gratitude perhaps. liar tford Cou
raat. Dr. Trice Cream Caking Powder
Worid'i Pair Hlhctt Awtrd.
cniv,- in courtr cip.clíí.
AriOiili .nl cf tlift T.-:'.iirn e;rvr rnmt'fit sum!
l:i Wife Acrnm-cl eif Mnr li r.
Tho row: '.ip t in -vrvnl Ilnrtirrvl
cniiit:ils b:vo lru v"X vi;( (ni.ir'lrd nl
litsietm to tlio n ;miiíl'i!;í t-vimeor w rii
of oniii''! nlh'!r-(l to h ivh -n cmimtt
t"d in IU-lg'mn. The rU-ry is r.lr-ly the
till: in iM-wrcd court circkj r.nd ii n;ro
ti fully come to tlio li:!.t v, ilhin a f-rv
ilnyn when tho nwliiin'ry of jnfiici)
muí;" a d'-cii ivo move. It r'i; -vs tho
hd'A cf or.o of tho .'-arti-i"-!,! i of tho
i;olhim govt ninii? n-id hit who, who
13 tho d mfiier of fm eminent (', n ral
now dead. Tbry oro no"iii d uf munh r
Iiijt by poiüoii no Iims thim flvo of thoir
relatives in onV:r to obtain hirifOFr.nis of
insurance on thrir liven. Buikioes
we.ro r-roiiped over tho msinnrr of death
of the Txrothi-r of tho Bv;uHed woman
early in the present month, and this led
to an investí :-Htion by na insurance com
pany, with startling rennlts.
The account of tho di'overioFeTit by
the límesela corre'pondont of tlio NuW
York Sun ia confirmed by tlio oHloera of
tho Crliltl uillU Iil:U ru.li.C' COIiiiJiiu" cf If;!l-
don, which promoted tlio inquiry. The
young man's lifs ws Insured a few
weeks befortf his rloath to tho amount of
SOO.OOO for tho bonrflt of hi.i sister. He
died suddenly on Uivivh 0 at tho rrnt
(Hüicoof his Bidtsrnnd brother-in-law in
Antwerp. Tho beneficiary showi d proat
basto iu demanding tho proceeds alter
the death of hr brother. There were
serious defects in tho f nsweu to qne
tions in the application for payment and
In the pr'xif of the death. Au inquiry
Was bejrtin, and finally tho botly was
exhumed. Poison wo found in the
ífomoí-h. It was loanicd that thoro had
boon fonr similar doaths in the same
house within four years. The victims
were all relatives, and each was carry
ing froch lURu.rr-.nco of f 30, 000 to $00,
000. Thtr bodies wore also dislntcrretb
and poison is said to havo been fomd.
Tho analyses are not completed, and ar
rests ore not yot made, but will follow
soon. The snspected persons move in tho
highest circles, and their ropntation
hithorto has been tmtarcished. Tho
ghastly story is so widely known that
it la hardly po.islble that they aro un
aware of the suMplcions, but eo far they
have maintained undisturbed domef-nor.
Southwest Cattlemen
F. O. Alnn. Soi-nrn Co'irtv, .M
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ir lúe Mel 13 on betli J.iwi. 1'ihti1i,ic cacti
ltr ?1 feo PFWAKD.
W'p ilciirp to cull ntl.'iilmn tu iinr lirumK m
'uve (I"m-u1'i il. We vvlil :iv Í1,(1 rewind th
re h I.--.I ;in, ('"iivii tjiiii of any im-ishii or h r-i-iet
unlawfully liamlliiix any Block la tlicie
f" DBS.
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t . U 1 I i 11
Tho btriko worked great uanl
fchip on thobO LaviiiR oreliareld at
Organized" eocloty Lua rigLti
wliieh oryunieil lulior tiniet 1
taught to re-jM i.t at uny eobt.
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Ve,i ' IfV T'l
CLEET, Pli.tS, LTFf.ClUííE,
All Doticrto or P'ivato IJalsJice.
tvoi 4 Ct. fur tticlr n lUO-paK buuk.
t'fcll opon, r ailiiruMi ivith ttatup,
929 8bVtMtnth Slrnut, corner Cuil'i,
A Hint to Society Editor.
"It Í9 strango," Bays Forjg, "that
none of theso huxtling newspapere
ever thought of havin.tr a dress
maker ou tho 6tafl!. Why, when
Mrs. F. has had a dressmaker in tho
houso ono day, Bhe knows inoro of
what is going cn iu the neighborhood
than is to bo got out of all tho iiw
paper in the city." Boston Twin
jtrriufe. The Czar Loves Muahroonifl.
Whenever the czar leaves his state
behind liiin and leads once a j-ear a
family life in Denmark, there Í3
scarcely a morning that ho does not
go mushrooming, for what true lover
of mushrooms cares for the insipid
"buttons" from tin or bottle? Bo tho
burly figure, crowned with a 6traw
hat and with osier bosket slung on a
stick acros3 his shoulder, may be
seen, by thoso who get up early
enough, traversing the green mead
ows in que.t of tho delicious co
mestible. When a suificient number
nre gathered, tho "wushrootner"
returns to the castle, and the spoils
are confided to tho chef, who has
them prepared immediately, as mush
rooms should be, by ono of the
twenty cooks who always accom
pany Alexander III. St. Petersburg
Shooting Stars.
Very careful observations havo
been mado from time to timo with a
view to ascertaining tho height of
shooting stars above the earth at
their appearance and disappearance,
Perhaps tho most successful attempt
of this kiiid was that mado in thi3
country on tho occasion of tho rnete
oric shower iu November, 1807. Tho
lightninglike rapidity with which
tho meteors darted through their
courso rendered it impossible to oh
serve them with astronomical pre
cisión, but the general conclusion ar
rived at was that they were first seen
at au average height of 75 miles,
There was no positive evidence that
any metoor commenced at a height
much greater than ICO miles. Brook
lyn Laglo.
The brief announcement tho other day
that the White Kt:ir line steaniHliin T.Ia
joctic, drawing 21 feet, had passed over
the bar at Liverpool with three feet of
water under her koel shows that the
great, work of removing the chief im
pediment to navigation in tho Mersey is
nearly accomplished. The engineers of
the Liverr-ool dock board stato that un
der the worst possible conditions there
is a depth cf 23 feet of water over the
bar, the great sandbank having been cut
down no less tliun nine feot, and tha
debris bodily transported and damped
far from the channel on a site where it
can do no posible harm.
During tho three years that the work
has beeu goii-gon no less than 8,383,000
tons of sand have been removed. Allow
ing tlio rcAfh tiii8iireineiit of a hundred
weight ef g.ind to a cubic foot, it appears
that no loas than T.SL'S.feHS cubic yardaof
material have been eh) 1 led. This is said to
be a record in the matter of d reding
operations, and many other startling; fig
ures are quoted.
Duriug a recent week, for iiiRtnnce,
the three dredgers working at the bar
removed no less than 155,000 tons of
saud, a machino called the Lirancker
alone lifting and dumping 120,000 tons out
of thi ) tnoruions total, while in a little
over three months almoHt 1,000,000 tons of
and were dredged and placed on the
dumping site. Thearrival of the Cranct
er changed all calculations, the effect of
the continúan! working of a vessel capa
ble of filling herbelf with 8,000 tons of
land in less than au hour being some
thing tromenduus. Chicago Times.
A neat, hnndy and valuablo
iiefeheitce book
hue been ihbu.xI hv STATE OKE SAMI.
I.IMJ (OMl'AXVof this city. ltKivs
muí is full of valuable tiilneH of Weight"
liieiiMiireH, nmiieliiry nibiirn ami kimhI
rules. It is ftirnihlied free to till lio
w rite fur it.
The it in I Initii-ttrj snil TriuleMi'.itii,
!ji.vm, Coi.o.
It CrnTTle4 Into tlio Man' Tar, Ate Its Way
Through the llrnui and IlalscJ Family.
A man with a nest of cockroaches in
hia head pre.'cnt.,d himself at tho Emer
gency hoppitid in Washington recently.
Stories havo often been told ol eualies
and frogs in human etomaclia An in
stance in regard to the habit; of animals
which la even moro peculiar cama to
light about a week ago. Cuse3 have often
been noticed where brigs have entered
tho oar and ennsed excruciating paiu by
eating tho doliente membranes and tis
sues of tho inner oar beforo they coulo
bo driven out Dnt this is tho first c.-.so
where a roach was permitted to remain
in the cor long enough to lay its eggs
and hatch its yonng.
Ocorge Woods, who was tho patient,
a young man of about 20, i.i employed
on an oyster boat Like many other
boats, this one was iufostod with big
black coclcroaencs. Une nignt wmid
Woods was asleep a roach crept Into hla
ear and lodged itself just far euongh In
side to be out of reach. Woods felt it
thcro next morning, but being vuiablo to
poko it out with hia finger ho permitted
it to remrrin, thinking her roachship
would tiro of her quarters and move out
But the roach, either because it got in
head first and could not turn around
and get out, or bccaw,o it found tlio ac
commodations exceedingly comfortable,
instead of getting out proceeded to make
its nest right thore in the man's ear.
Finally it started to tufad through the
head. As it af terw.ird was shown on in
vestigation, tho roach had eaten its way
through tho channel to the tympanum
and through tho chum itself. Ilcro, it
seems, it gave np investigations and
from somo cause or other died. W hca
Wood found that he was deaf in tho
right ear, he thought ho had better have
the matter looked luto, so ho toek ad
vantage of his boat being lu Washing
ton to visit the hospital. Win n Dr.
Johnson washed oat tho ear, in arl.lii.inri
to the body of the defunct roach a n.-ia-ber
of little roaches and somo eg.;-- which
bad failed to hatch wore removed.-
Omaha Bco.
W. M. r.KAHM.
f'-'- Additional lirand
'" ' j oo rltfl-.t sli.ml
' lir. I(orn lirm il
B on fl nliouM r,
r.;i:,K on Wlilte
v :if,-r ('rfpk.
U;uicli,.Wliilew-it. r lirmrli.
1'OMt Ollk-e Ad. lies, !
Ilv.rr City. N. M.
Mnnntnln fournillcg
,M norih of Silver Cltj
1 V. O. Addrff,
SllvcrClt T N-.M
m -
Horop nrand ; ,
lliUt lhl(?li
P. 0
; i Ido el Unrro Mts.
1 Additional brnnds
Jrlrclelffl ld. crops
.i on left hip, 24 coa
A nwled, HAHT. Old
p nini k of 'i ci-pi ner.teil
( and Í4 connected, cir
cle, U úulap cut up
j - When sold. Tented
, ,. ou shoulder.
Address, IIAKT 11UOS.,
hi liura. New Mexico
(Sometiea 3a sida
X on ltiRhtlllp.
Rnnge: Ciper Mlio
P. O. Addrop.
,-i.TAa. M. T1IOKS,
Ueoruettfwn, n. M
II. U 2--
P ' Á
rabhy--' Oplulun of Autor.
Far from having .any objection to an
American millionaire spending Lis
money with us, I should be delighted if
all large owners of honse property in
New York were to follow the example
of Mr. Astor. I feel indeed personally
obliged to him, for he próvidos me with
a well edited ma; aziuo and newBpnper,
the latter, I thuuld imagine, costing
more than the penny which I pay for it
Bnt my gratitude does not quite blind
mo to the ludicrous abrnrdity of an
American citizen devoting his cif-ans to
the laudation of an intititutiou like that
of hereditary leidnlators and to preach
ing tint England bhould augment the
size of her empire. Loudon Truth.
Tlmothr Dyer' Hare Record.
A rare record ia boasted by Mr. Tim
othy Dyer of Vinal Haven, Mo. , who is
80 years of age. Until, ho was 18 years
old he never wore a shoe. He has never
rid Juit. ou a onr, and but once on a steam
boat lie has never en 'cored a tavern,
never quarreled with any ono, and a
l!trler has never bhavud him. And yut
his liíü has not been destitute of excite
ment, for only huit summer the old fel
low pulled in unaided a halibut wuigh
ing three times as much as ho does.
LowibUm Journal.
Wlf fulling Iu KnKlnnd.
Wives are cheap today. At Croydon
on Sunday a laboring man disposed of
his epoutio f nra put of "foarpenny" and
gave a rocuipt in due form. Tho para
graph reporting the tnuitaetion says
"tho hushund and wife took an atl'co
tionuto faiuwell of each other. " It inubt
have boeu a toui;hiiig sight Wootmlu
ntfM Oarottft
Tho etroni-'i'i-t iiutural salt buths in
tho United States aro at Wurbaw, N.
Y. Hero iialuro'u vuhit doiiosits havo
long been tho bouivo of supply for
tho greater lortiun of this country
for tlio vurioiia kimlu of Bu.lt uaed in
doniebtictontiuiuption. The salt bwuu
Uiing pool ii a chief attraction.
, Kan ne : Vicinity ol
Hot und Warm
O. Addreia,
llllduen.N. M.
t'ooney, N. M.
Horse brand IJ left hip.
Itunpe rant Ido
Mogollón in o ii ii
t;ilns, ou Neurita
Additional brnnd
tri.uiKla -rail lele
MRS. DAVID Alill A11AM, Prop.,
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jii I ! S v i )., híío tiivj b;t J DtAéii itfry y-'.-ire
t iTliri':e la tiid r'-it-tit bunr- p'-i. Cjiiimi.iMC'iw
tlul!9 CU-ii'll f ttfiMM,ntfil. A I Í titl4i(MHi W Or 111-
f iiuiiiniii oi-n r'i(iiu j'atrni nu l linvr to .D
t.r.ui iijfin n'(P fri'tj, AlrKi a Cítuluaue Oi iMíuiítui
Il.i1 í;::.1 Pt'ii-i'f ítio t-MiVij nt-jit f'l-).
i'htfiiisi trtki-n tbruu Atunn A Co. ivocHro
ppi'cui iii i i in tha it ii It (ici A inert en i, uid
thus ar biouuhL wiilfly 6I rn Hit puMWr w it ti
out coot ti tu iiiviJiU)r. 1 1ns MiMiiiil i'a.r-r
: ilf-.l wvcUy, eU'kttiiliy iHllMtrutr l hti tf U i ha
lfir,- '-t ir. uliitmu Of Bit H'uiitiiid WtHP w IhiJ
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tfí'i'iua, ceiitü. r'vuíy nun. f--r rjiitMi;a lt'.m
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11. T iic OJtú m-tUiií- e-.itlr! 'a, A-Iiliv-S
leudelftííoLn bt;an to coiiiwso in
Litf twullLh yt ur, and bo laiHhotlical
were Lin ImbiU even then that tha
xnuiiUstTii't voluiucs contuiiiiii YAa
own fcciiivs of his nvoiLh aiu in un ua
Livkou bi i ic.-i until his distil. Thtr
are 4 i cí Uitü u-ut Voluixuti.
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