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DR. SWISIII2R, (Graduate of the University of New York City. IkVo, and former U. S. Kxainiiiini,' Surgeon.) , Socorro, - New Mexico. J)K. C. (1. DUNCAN, PHYSICIAN AND KUKGEON. OlVice cast side. Plaza. Socorro, - - New Mexico, FOR TUBERCULOSIS. JK. E. V. I5LINN PIIYSCIAN, SURGEON AND OCULIST. Socorro, - - Ni:w Mn:cieo. T KOKNITZKK, ft , PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Socorro, - - New Mexico. )K. M. A. SAYLKK, D.D.S., Dl-.NTAl. SCKGiJON. Ollico over post-office. Socorro, - - New Mexico. J K. KITTKELL, Dkntist. Offices Socorro, Abeyta Ulock; San Marcial, Harvey House. J J M. DOUGHERTY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. JAMES O. FITCH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ( fi'.ce in Terry Block. Socorro, - - New Mexico. n,EECO 11 AC A, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. pKEEMAN & CAMEKON, ATTOKNKYS AT LAW. Carlsbad, - - New Mexico. K. KELLEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. "y I). CIIIEDEKS, ATTORNEV AT LAW. Albuquerque, - New Mexico. H. CHAMBON DEALER IN General a Merchandise SOCORRO, - N. M. RELIABLE ASSAYS. Gold... .?0 j Gold and Silver... S .75 Lead.. .50 CoUt, silver, copjicr 1.50 ky r..uil receive prompt attention. Richüi üáai d uliion Bought. OGDEN ASGAY CO. 1420-16 St.. Denver, Culo. E. E. BURLINGAME & CO., ASSAY 0FHCE53KKgfiRv Kitablljhni In Colorado. 1866. 8amr1eabymnilor express willreceive prompt end careful attention Gold Ullrer Bullion "'ITr"'.".' Concentration Test 100 y .l0.!01'- J7 J6-I73S Lawraaa. St.. D.avcr, Calo. 4 BO YEARS' ' ty EXPERIENCE v V' , 1 D !TTÍWrr3 J 1 J k H 8c"Wl jr' i ni n ii rrmrfaT aa.nuaas " ' T i haul iyi nn m iv. Design ' ' i V Copyrights Ac. AnTon nd!iia; ft aki"rh and deacrlptlnn may Hukklf ascertain our opinion fre whether an ilurentinn Is prohsliiy tuitentntila. CommunleH linnatiincílveoIiUtiriltlfll. ) t anirtnk on I'HtfMlt gent tr. (Mt1nt KfiH'r for Munnii pteiif. I'Hlt'iita taken throuuh Muim A, Co. rector tpri notice, wlthoiilctinftfo, lu the Scientific JTnnrican. A handsomely lllntrut(l wwklr. Jjinrost rlr. rulnlttm of nTir Si'lLiinUfl Iniimnl. 1 Hrina. $J a M,r; l.iur rwnilij, U Bold bjr all newsii.'Hlera. & Co.36,B--- Wsw York liraiitU Ultioo, IDrtt, WaataliiMt.il. 1. C This will cavo your FJfc. By inducing you to u,o Dr, Ring's llm Bisceifery, Co Dorlor J. Kornltzor oí Thin City Advo entes i:it(lroljtlp Trrntinrnt. This theory by far surpasses mine in clearness and definitenrss. But admit mine or his or neither as true, the fact stands that a daily application of the Galvanic current to the apices of the lungs checks consumption but not the predisposing diathesis to acquire it; hence, to effect a permanent cure the permanent daily use of the current is required rare and short interruptions will not mat ter much. This is an inexorable requisite but not too hih a price for the purchase as eternal vigilance is not too high a price for liberty. It is not to be had cheaper any way. All this I conveyed to the profession in 1892 in the articles mentioned above; but, as I said, to no appreciable avail to physicians or patients either. And this very fact alone goes to irrefutably show that, to freely publish an important remedial discovery in a medical paper only may fully conform to our written ethics; but, as to morality applied, it fully amounts both to criminal disregard toward the help-needy sufferers and to dense stupidity. By acting Simon-pure-like in 1892 I have robbed my heirs of thousands of dollars without in the slightest degree benefitting the talented and thinking among my brethren of the profession. I furthermore opened an opportu nity for quacks to cheat the credulous sufferers and, on top of all that, I actually have the deaths of thousands on my conscience. Of late I was pondering on a legitimate way to vindicate the superiority of my discovery (the electrolytic treatment of tubercu losis) over all other cures (so called) as: Tuberculine, watery extract of tubercle bacilli, guaiacol, Hoff's remedy, cinnamic acid, climate a. s. f. and for this purpose I have taken out a patent on a very handy electric apparatus which to widely advertise is my legitimate privilege, yea, my ethical duty. This will bring my method of treatment speedily before the public and make it infinitely more available for the multitude. And here is why. To require a patient to sit down to his battery twice a day for ten minutes is not to ask too much, but much anyhow. For the large majority, however, it is to require the impossible. Travelers and those visiting far away from home; those in serving position in families and stores; laborers who have to hurry to their shops and come home fatigued; those who never learn to keep a com mon battery in working order and a great many others who out of false shame, are loth to attend to this duty to themselves al 1 these, I say, are prone to consider the use of the common battery as hardly feasible for them. Such, however, is not the case with my electric body wear, which, pray, don't confound with the "electric belts" in the market. What I offer is ethically correct and strictly honest to the laity and professien alike, namely: An electric body wear, yielding a current of sufficient strength to inhibit the action and growth of the bacillus. This done my apparatus can be used all through a long and useful life and thus prevent a return of the disease. Medicines, ever so good, can not be used very long without injury to the system; hence are not available as preventives; and to talk about permanent cures by medicines, hypodermics or electri city in tuberculosis is fraud pure and simple or inexperience simp!e and pure. Lately Dr. Chisholm Williams of Loudon described forty-seven c ises of pulmonary tuberculosis m jst successfully treated by electricity. Had he my twenty years experience in this line of thera peutics he would have added that, to stay cured, those forty patients would have to apply the current all through life. Whether Dr. Chisholm Williams of London drew from me (many copies of my articles mentioned above went to England) or whether the idea struck his own mind, my priority regarding the electrolytic treatment of tubercu losis and several other therapeutic methods are historicallyrecorded, (See National Cyclopedia of American Biography, Vol. VIL, pp. 51 and 52. ) But in my legitimate vanity, I am bent on seeing with my own" seventy-seven years old eyes, what, whithout these my initia tive measures, is sure to be the generally acknowledged treat ment ten years aftef my death. How Thlni Grow In Hawaii. How great are the possibilities of Hawaii as a fruit and vegetable growing country will be understood when it becomes known that four crops of potatoes have been produced in succession on the same piece of land within twelve months. Radishes become edible in ten days after sowing. Strawberry vines bear fruit all the year. The berrios are of the the finest flavor. Cabbage grows all the year, and it apparently makes no difference whether it is planted in the spring, summer, autumn or winter. Parsley once sown grows forever apparently. Lima beans continue to grow and bear for over a year, and they have to be gathered every week after starting to bear. Cucumbers bear the entire year, and so do tomatoes, which, with proper attention, bear for years. Raspberries bear for six months. Pineapples come into bearing when the plants are four months old and bear in abundance for years. Lettuce can be planted at any time, and it develops quickly. The same is true of celery. Fruit Trade Journal. Snvt'd Her Child', Life. "In three weeks our chubby little boy was changed by pneumonia almost to a skeleton," writes Mrs. W. Watkins, of Pleasant City, O. "A terrible cough set in, that, in spite of a good doctor's treatment for sev eral weeks, grew worse every day. We then used Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, and our darling was soon sound and well. We arc sure this grand medicine saved his life." Millions know it's the only sure cure for coughs, colds and all lung diseases. All druggists guaran tee satisfaction. 50c, $1.00. Trial bottles free. "Thirdly" Wan Missing. Doctor Gordon, who was the first minister of the church in Jamalea Plain, about the year 1771, was a Scotchman, very stern and arbitrary in his manner, and precise and orderly in his own habits. The following anecdote of him is recorded in the family journal of one of his old parishioners: One Sunday while preaching he had begun to develop his theme with the usual "firstly," and got through that and "secondly." Then turning the leaves of his manuscripts lie said; "Thirdly," a second time "Thirdly," and again in great embarrassment, "Thirdly!" Just then a little girl in one of the front pews stood up and said: "Please, sir, thirdly ilew out of the window some time ago." Candies at your own prke at Kat?enstein's. ITCH IS TORTURE, Eczema is caused by an acid humor in the blood coming in contact with the kin and producing jjreat redness and in flammation ; little jnuttulnr eruptions form and discharge a thin, sticky fluid, which dries and scales off ; sometimes the sk.in is hard, dry and fissured. Eczema in any form is a tormenting, stubborn disease, and the itchijg and burning at times aro almost unbearable; the acid burning humor seems to ooze out and set the skin on fire. Salves, washes nor ther exter nal applications do any rea. good, for aa long aa th: poison remains in the blood it will keap the skin irritated. DAD FORM OF TETTER. "For threa jrrara I had Tetter ou my bunds, wliich causea tbcra to ewell to twice their natural aiic. fait of the time tbe diaeaae wreaiuthe form oi run Ding aurem, very patn ful, and causing me muckUia--omiurt. Four doctora said the Tetter had progressed too far to le cured, and they could d nothing- fur me. I t.ik only thiee bolllra of S. e. If. and wa completely cured. This wue fifteen years bk. and I have never aluce seen anyaigu of my old trouble." Mas. L. H. JacasoK, mm McGee St., Kansas City, Mo, S. S. S. neutralizas this acid poison, cools the blood and restores it to a healthy, natural state, and the rough, unhealthy skin becomes soft, smooth and clear. . 'j cures Tetter, Ery- 7 siuelas. Psoriasis. Suit is ; t f '' ' X V Rlicuai and all akin IS-' J 3 IO 1 diseases due toa poi. K20T oncd condition of tho blood, fiend for our book and write us about your cuae. Our physicians have made these diseases a lifts study, and can help you by their advice; we make no charge for this service. All correspoudence is conducted in strictest confidence. THE tWlfl SPECIFIC. CO., ATLANTA. CA, ftftla aurlWMtt with EiTrvka t a Oil it tha da trip, atpthe i t tuft ni abl. StittWa lar lo Chat and cut. 1 km hr not Duty keept looking lika itw, but retira twice a lone; by tha llama i Oil . M4 everywhere in cant all ln. M.dt by Standard Oil Company a Tj I 1 ! fWV Til . Tried and ( oinltted Too. Politics in the west, even more than in the cast, says the author of "Life and Sport in California," is a profession. I remember two men who were candidates for the office of district attorney. One had served before; the other was a young man conducting his first campaign. The veteran was speaking in a small town, and after jetting forth his own claims he spoke as follows of his opponent: "I understand that Mr. X. is in every sense a worthy and honorable man, but I ask you to remember that he has never been tried he has never been tried." "That's so!" exclaimed a voice. "You've been tried, old man, haven't you and convicted, too, you know?" After due inquiry it appeared that the veteran had been, indeed, indicted for horse stealing and convicted. He was not elected. A Lrgnt T Or The Grip. Is often a run-down system. Weakness, nervousness, lack of appetite, energy and ambition, with disordered liver and kidneys often follow an attack of this wretched disease. The greatest need then is Electric Bitters, the splendid tonic, blood purifier and regulator of Stomach, Liver and Kidneys. Thousands have proved that they wonderfully strengthen the nerves, build up the system, and restore to health and good spirits after an attack of Grip. If suffering, try them. Only 50c. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed by all Druggists. On the Iturgiilii Counter. A well-known society woman was taking a drive in the park, says the New York Times. The coachman was too lively in his use of the whip, and nearly ran into another vehicle. "James," said the lady, after they had returned home, "you were very careless to-day. What was your head given you for if not to use?" "Pardon, mem,'' replied James. "If I had any head I'd not be workin' for thirty-live dollars a month. Do Carpets Shorten Life? Just think what a horrible receptacle of unclean things the carpet is in the rich English or French housel Where there . carpets, people should on en tering be given slippers, as in the Netherlands, or the footbath, as at a Turkish mosque. Making servants sweep carpets is another proof that evil is wrought for want of thought. Flourens attributed the prevalence of lung and throat diseases in England to carpeted rooms. London Truth. When you want a physic that is mild and gentle, easy to take and pleasant in effect use Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price, 25 cent Samples free. Every bo guaranteed. For sale by A. E. Howell, Socorro; W. M. Borrowdale, Magdalena. A Hull Movement. "My operations in this field being checked," said the tramp as the bull approached, "I shall take a little flier in wheat to save myself." And lie soon vanished across the glimmering expanse of waving grain. Baltimore American. 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In Koiithwtitrn Socorro County, New Mrxico, aa will a (rjM-.tr y certilicat tilrd in thu othcMof tl ri'cnrdr of naid Countv, iu order to hold .tid mininif claim under tliu iirovihioit of Ntc, KeviHed Statute of the Unitud Siatew, Imj intf the amount retttrrd to hold the uatnr for the year rndiiitf ltx em her JIM, 11, and if within ninety day from thr ervlce of t It 1m notice you (ail or r fa to contribute your pro portion of audi enMnditure aa a co-ow lex, your Interest in aaid claitu will tecome the property of the aubacrihrr umUr said Sect inn V4. C. 'i Huan.ro. Not Ire of Forfeiture. Mogollón. Socorro County, N, M.,Jan. 11, VQ To i'.it llarilord: You are hetetv notified that the utidrnlirncd hae expended the hum of one hundred LJoitarN In lahor and hnpro ement upon tlin Himetalic miniutr claim in the. I ooney Miuiuu; iMMrict, Socorro Count y. New Mexico, iu order tu hold aaid mininif claim under the prtvÍHÍona of Sec lion 2.4 of the If. S. 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