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PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. SWISHER, ((raduate of the University of New York City, Ht, and former 1.'. S. Kxamiuiug Surgeon.) Socorro, - New Mexico. )K. 0. (5. DUNCAN, PHYSICIAN AND SHKliF.ON. Oftije cast side IMaza. ocorro. New Mexico. )R. E. 1 HUNS PHYSCIAN. SURGEON AND OCULIST. KoCOHKO, - . Nkw Mkxico. J KORNITZER, PHYSICIAN AND SUKUEON. Socorro, - - New Mexico. E. KITTRKLL, Dkntist. Offices Socorro, Abeyta Block; San Marcial, Ilarvev House. J M. IK )U(.1IIERTY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro. - - New Mexico. JAMES (I. FITCH. ATTORNEY AT I, AW. Wice ii Terry Week. Socorro, - - New Mexico. IU'ECO HACA. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. Ji1 RE EM AN & CAMERON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Car'sbad, - - New Mexico. E. KEEEEY. ATTORNEY AT LAW. S-.vorro, - -' New Mexico. i:. C1IILDKKS. ATTORNEV AT LAW. Albiinier(iu - New Mexico. WANTED! Reliable man for Manager of a Eranch Office we wish to open in this vicinity. Here is a good opening for the right man. Kiiuily give good reference when writing. THE A. T. MORRIS WHOLESALE HOUSE CINCINNATI, OHIO. Illustrated catalogue 4cts. stamps. H. CHAMBON DEALER IN General a Merchandise SOCORRO, - N. M. RELIABLE ASSAYS Gold..' .50 j GoWl and Silver $ .75 Lead.. ..SO tíolcl.silv's, cupu'r 1.50 Pan plei by Mall rc-eivc prompt attention. Gold and Silver, reOned and bought. OGDEN ASSAY CO. UJy.idlh 1 1., Denver, Colo. E.SE. BURLINGAME & CO., ASSAY OFRCEoffoRARY Katabliihed la Colorado. 1866. Samplea by Bailor eiprc.f will receive prompl and careful attralion Gold iSllrer Bullion "'WWXXVi'Zr' Concentration Tests 100 s?z? I736-I73S Lawraaaa St.. Deovcr, Colo. .tMVfrf. 60 YEARS' 1 VI... V EXPERIENCE IfH Copyright Ac. A nvotm "ending a iiketoh end denortptlnn may (pílcate uiM'orUiiii our opinion free whether an invention la probably pnientaMe. f 'oniniuiilm. Moitafif rtotly rotiddenHal. HiuidUwk on Pulenta cut frwti. OMent nuMitij for eeuring' patent. I'lfem tktin throukfh Munu ft Co. receive tyreiai notice, w tt bout ctmrya, lu the Scientific Jlmericau A handsomely Illustrated wexlf. Inreeet eir, dilation oí any iM'ioMiitíti Journal. 1 ernti, 4 a it:ir fMiirmuiiilis.il. Hold by all new idealer. íIUNN & Co.36113"-- New York Brauch oinuo. l.9 V 8U Waahluatwi. D. C This will save your Life. By inducing: you to uso Dr. King's Hew Discovery, -...for.-. " Consumption, Coughs an J Colds. The only Guaranteed Cure. NO Cure. NO Pay. Your Drug piut will warrant it. ADEOLUTELY CURE3 ÍJrlp, Influenza, .Asthma, Uronchitis, Whooping Cough, I'uuumonla. or cuy Ailection of tho Throat and Lungs. TRIAL DOTTLES FREI!. Regular Out uwuw $1.00. JERRY SIMPSON. mi.. i.ci-.ii cii-i ht i x no coc.iD38 oiaicsiimn m now a Cattle Raiser. HE MARKS PKEMCTIOXS. "Jerry Simpson, Koswell, N. M.," is the apparently mislead ing name and address that ap pe; rs on the register of the Al hat y hotel, says the Denver Re publican. There was considera ble discussion in the lobby last evening as to who this unknown Jeiry might be, but investiga te n revealed the fact that he is none other than the "Sockless Statesman of Medicine Lodge." "No, I don't live in Kansas any more,'' said Mr. Simpson last night. "I have gone into the cattle raising business in New Mexico, where I and mv son are stocking a ranch and I expect to make that territory my future home. I am a full fledged cattleman now, and I am entirely out of politics. The fact that I have moved into a territory ought to prove that statement absolutely true. What show will I have in politics down in New Mexico, I would like to know. "It isn't much use for me to say anything about politics since I am out of the swim. Still I have opinions as to what I think will happen. I don't think Iry an will be the candidate for pres ident in the next campaign. What the democrats want is a man from the middle west who hasn't expressed himself defin itely as to the issues of the party. Carter Harrison might do, or Dockery, of Missouri. I think it will be difficult to eliminate Bryan from the fight, hut his ideas are too definite for the democrats in the next campaign." MKKS KOOSKVEI.T. Mr. Simpson also said that he did not believe that Theodore Roosevelt would be the republi can candidate in 1W4. "I like Roosevelt," he said, "but I think the republican leaders are afraid of him. He has the unhappy faculty of doing what he believes is right without consulting the party leaders. But, as I said be fore, I am out of politics and am not supposed to know anything about it" Jerry Simpson is emphatically opposed to the eleomargarine bill, which puts a tax of 10 cents a pound upon oleomargarine and buttcri nc. "It means," he said, "that it will turn the entire butter busi ness of the country over to the creamery men, and all substitutes will be driven out of the market. It is liable to send the price of butter up to 50 cents a. pound. I was surprised that two of your Colorado congressmen, Shafroth and Hell, voted for the bill, and I am unable to understand whv they did this. The bill is decid edly against the consumer and is entirely in the interests of the creamery trust. 1 was forced out of congress two years ago because I would not agree to support such a bill. Because I would not promise to do this I was refused the nomination, and it was given to another man. I have been fighting this proposition ever since 1 went to congress, and I shall continue to oppose it. "I shall be in Denver for a day or two. I am interested in the work of the National Live Stock association, and today I met I John Gk Springer, the president of that organization. We pro pose to make the next convention in Kansas City the greatest in the history of the association. I am going from here to Ogden to address the state convention of cattlemen of Utah, and from there I go into South Dakota and Idaho and other western states for the same purpose. My object is to stir up interest in the asso ciation and to urge upon the cat tlemen of the northwest the ne cessity of getting together. They are realizing more and more that if they want to accom plish anything in congress or anywhere else they must pull to gether and exert their influence as a body. It is through this method that other interests have been so successful, and the stock growers must adopt the same tactics. WANTS A WESTERN MAN. "What we need more than any thing down in Washington is a secretary of the interior who is from the west. Nearly all the business of that department has to do with the country west of the Missouri, and the man who is at the head of that depart ment should come from this sec tion. Just now we are fortunate in the fact that the man who is in the president's chair under stands the west, and I believe he wi)l do great things, for us before his term expires. "I speak of this especially in . regard to the order of the sec re- tary of the interior for the re-1 moval of fences from the public domain. Down in my part of I the state the summary removal I of the fences from the public I land will work great hardship to j the small cattlemen, the very ! man whom it is the declared i tí j tention to protect. It will mean that the man with a small herd will have to hire herders, which he is unable to do, and that he will have to sell out to the big cattlemen, who will in a short time have complete control of the range. I think the leasing sys tem that is advocated in the west will solve the difficulty to a large extent, but of course that is ex perimental." Jerry Simpson dresses much as any westerner who is used to the hardy life of the plains, with a serviceable suit, a turn-down col lar, and socks. As the states man from Medicine Lodge sat in his room with one foot thrown over the other knee he flaunted a pair of socks that were quite up to the requirements of the style of the present year. Whatever his failing may have been during the davs of his poli tical glory, there is no disputing the fact that now he has recognized the i demands of Society in regard to the clothing of his pedal extremities. The dirriit Disímil Swamp Of Virginia is a breeding ground of malaria germs. So is low, wet or marshy ground every where. These germs cause weak ness, chills and fever, aches in the bones and muscles, and may induce dangerous maladies. But Electric Bitters never fail to de stroy them and cure malarial troubles. They will surely pre vent typhoid. "We tried many remedies for malaria and stomach and liver troubles," writes John Charleston, of Byesville, I)., "but never found anything as good as Electric Bitters." Try them. Only 50c. at all Drug gists. Guarantee satisfaction. Sicily the Home of Sulphur. The beautiful island of Sicily, with its huge volcano, Mount Etna, and its most interesting classic Greek architecture, is the world's great source of supply for sulphur. The rocks and soil are largely of volcanic origin, and the sulphur mines in some places penetrate deep into the earth. A common sight is a train of freight cars loaded with bars of sulphur as yellow as gold. Some of the greatest mines are close by (lirgenti, the celebrated Agrigentum of the Roman his torians. About 90 per cent of all the sulphur comes from Sicily. Wlehls a Sharp Ax. Millions marvel at the multi tude of maladies cut off by Dr. King's New Life l'ills the most distressing too. Stomach, liver and bowel troubles dyspepsia, loss of appetite, jaundice, bilious ness, fever, malaria, all fall be fore these wonder workers. 25c at all Druggists. Cruel ami I'iiuniiuI l'linlsliment. Mrs. Boerum (hopelessly) Mortimer, I cannot make Willie mind. Mr. Boerum (sternly) Wil liam, do as your mother wishes, or I will make you go and sit in the cozy corner. Brooklyn Eagle. ' jLjaakes thort roads. A3SILE 1 wkl mJ light loads. ood. for everythini? everything that runs on wheels. Sold Everywhere. Mi mmtt,M jáu J Hada tT STANDARD OIL. CO. HnwaaaaBM Cheap-Rate Excursions California April 22 to 27, account National Convention, federation of Women's Clubs, Los Andele. Anybody may Kr at ;" round triji from Chicago, f 47. (K) from St. Louis, 45.00 from Kansas City. Corresponding rates from all points east. Choice of direct routes returiiiu; final limit June 25. On the way visit Indian Pueblos, (rand Canyon of Arizona. Vosemite, and San Joaiptin Val ley. The Santa I'e is the Com fortable way to (.vo superb service of The California Limite J; person all v-eond noted tourist-car excursions; Harvey meals, best in the world. Write for our books, enclosing 10 cents in stamps. Santa Fe THOS. JAQUES, Agent, SOCORRO, N. M. (iiniibliiivr Fur 1'riiyes Honks. The ladies of the town of Arensburg are passionate card players. Since they are not al lowed to play at the local clubs they make up games at their friends houses and gamble all day through. As soon as the cash funds run short they take to various articles, mostly toilet belongings. Thus one lost to another her corset, one lost a bonnet, a third some lace and perfumes, and they even go so far as losing their prayer books. A re n sbu r ge r T a gold a 1 1 . "A neighbor ran in with a bot tle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy when my sou was suturing with severe cramps and was given up as be yond hope by my regular physi cian, who stands high in his pro fession. After administering throe doses of it, my son regain ed consciousness and recovered entirely within twenty-four hours, says Mrs. Mary Ilallor, of Mt. Crawford, Va. This remedy is for sale by A. E. Howell, So corro; W. M. Borrowdale, Mag dalena. The Chieftain oflice has just been supplied with a stock of card envelopes. Sufferers from Consumption will find it to their interest to apply to DOCTOR J. KORNITZER the orignator of ELECTRIC TREATHENT OP TUBERCULOSIS for literature. Address Dr. J. Kornitier, Socorro, ----- m,:w Mexico. Paint v. , A , Held High In the estimation of Practical Painters. Every gallon of The hams The treatment of Catarrh with antiseptic and astiingcnt washes, lotions, salves, medicated lobar to and cigarettes or any external or local application, is just as senseless as would lc kindling a lire on top of the pot to make it boil. True, these Rive temporary relief, but the cavities nnd passages of the bead and the bronrhial tubes soon fill up aain with mums. Taking rold is the first step low.irdH Catarrh, for it checks perspiration, and tho poisonous arid;; ami vapors which should pass off throned the r.kin. arc --'' : thrown back upon the mucous membrane or inner sk in, .- producing inflammation and cxrcssivc flow o) mucus, J---"-" - much of which is absorbed into the blood, and through the circulation reaches every part of tho system, involving the Slom.u h. Kidneys and other Carts of the body. When the disease assumes the dry lorm, the breath ccomcs exceedingly foul, blinding headaches aie ficqit'-nt. the eyes red, hearing- nfJcctcd and a constant rinping in the ears .N'o ninedy that docs not reach the polluted blond can cure Catarrh S fí. S expels from the circulation all oflensive matter, and when rich, pure blood is ngain coursing through the body the mucous membranes Ixroine healthy and the skin active, nil the disagreeable, painful symptoms disap pear, and a permanent, thorough cuio is ellected. S. S. S. being a strictly vegetable blood puiilitr docs not derange the Stomach and digestion, but the np-tit and geucial health rapidly improve under its tonic effects. Write ns about your i.e;e unci trel the li.st medical UdvicC free. Look OU blood and ski.i diseases sent on application THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta. Co. . ' s 1'.' ' -i' J. C. BALDRIDOE, wi'.l cover 300 or more square I. -.toi surface n average eon iilioii, two coals to 1 In? gallon. Every pailón is a full U. S. st uuhrd measure. It is made t I'aint liuildings with. It if the best and most durable II. Hisc I'.iiid nude. SGC0RH0, N. M. 1 he S t. Louis pecia Leaves Kansas City at nine o'clock every morning arrives in Union Station, St. Louis, at 6:Sf the same evening. It is well equipped, speedy and has an enviable reputation for being on time all the time. Another good train leaves Kansas City at 0:10 p. m. Arrives St. Louis 7:1') a. m. ' 'Í 'i jr..kc . .Va.r.w.r.,,sti . . Ticket Office, 1039 17th St. G. V. VALLERY, General Agent, DENVER. Uncle William was visiting his married niece in the city. At luncheon one of the courses con sisted of chicken croquettes, the contents of which wore doubly disguised in "green things." Uncle William dug into one and took a mouthful. His comment was "(Josh! Hash!" NO TICK TDK I'UHLICATION. DKI'ANTMHNT oi' Tim Intkkiok, Laud Olliee at Las Cruces, N. M. ) March 2m, 1h2. f Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing named settler has filed notice of his intention to make tinul proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before V. S. (íeorge, II. S. Court Commissioner, at Coouev, N. M.,on May 17, l'it2, viz: Theodore Si. Higgins. Homestead .VU1, for the W'j NVv'V NIV'j SWV Sec. 32 and the NIC, SKV Sec. 31 T 6 S. K. 14 W. N. M. Mer. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: August Kachin-r, of l-'riseo, N. Méx.; Jas. Knsssll, of l'risco, N. Méx.; H. T. Mavlmrv, of Patterson, N. Méx.; K. C, I'uttersun, of I'atterson, N. Mex. Nicholas (am.ks, Kegister. Notice of Forfeiture. r. r;i li :i m . Socorro County, N. M., Jan. 2, l'2. To II. Y. I'.H.iM-r, You iri- heri'tiv notilli'tl lh.it I ha vi" i-xpenilrd mo- htni.lri'il -liM) dollars in lahor auit improvi--int uir, uin lio- CopiH-r-OoM miniiiir i .ini, hii-uati-il In thti Wiu ox itnninv iliKti ivt on Lower Irv Cni'U, In tlin Mogollón inounlainM, in MoiiiliMi'li'iii Sororro Couiuv. Niw Meko, an ill ai-ar Uy erriilii an- in tin- oiln i-of tin- ri-i onl. r f K.iiil l ouiii v, in ornVr n ImM naiil in in in ir laim un.li ' Oil- iiiomwoii nl Ss:. Ki-viurd M.uuli Hot lili" I Hilled Mates, t imr Hie iiiioiiiii required to hold the tame (or tin- i car enilinii liecemlwr lsl, l'l'l, and if uilhiii nin.-tv ilaM troni the .'-r i.e of thin loth-e loll fall or refuxe to I tint rltillte your pro. itortioti of mi.-ti exeiHtiiiire an a co-owner, your ititer.-M in said ' l.i i ill Ulll Is-conie the progH'tty of the ul.m nlMT under i.iid Uviinn iJ4. C. ti. 'I'lUIHl.Sl ON. Notice r Forfeiture. Moi'ollon. Sis-orro County, N. M .J.iu. 11, 1"'J T. Pal II irtlord: You are heieliv notified that the underHltrned have eiK'iided the miiu of one hundir i llollai in lalMit and Inipiovvnietils Unui lli Himetalic iiiiniuir i laim in the I ooney Mininir liisiriel, S h oiio Countv. New .Mi xiio. In order lo hold taid niiiii.li claim under th oro lt.ioii) of Skc tlon U4 of lie- 1. H. Kevtseil Klalut. , t-'inir the amount rrouired to hold the name for the Mar eniiiuif lleiember 31st., l'd; hMlii Oi. ltimetalic niinluif claim I.Kated on Miylllh, l'Mi, the loiution b.-inir rw.oided in llo.k 1, ti.H'e M5, ot b. lid Socorro County. And if with In iiinctv day after thm notice by iiuhlicatioit you lail ur refuse to contribute your iroiortlou ot nú it enenditur a. a co-owner, our intei, "t In said i laim w ill Iks imhi" the (innHTty of tht suluciibvi Milder aid Sectinn 24. c' KIK .Lot N' l.S, t H MO. I l.l'l '."MY. ) Cant No. 13. KPARTMENT OK THK INTERIOR- iieiifral Lati'1 Oflici, Wanltlnirton. Ü. i. March .1. 12. Noiicr in hrrttbv tfivrn thui KraU-il l)iiU,tliticl(l ti thf Cummiiiiidiifr oí thu (H'licral Iand Oflicr will Im riCflvrtt tv the Ri OMvrrnf Public Monevflai ihv. U.S. Land Offlcn at La Cruct H, Nfw Mexico, up to ami tnclurilnir the Sr ilav if M.tv.l for the pur chain under tht firovisioiiH nl ih Act uf June 4, IX7, 30 Stat., M M, of all lral iíiuImt houmiI rnoutrh fur fuel ami a HiitVicitm amount of matured living tim Wr to make with thr dead timber l,5ui cordn oí wood, to be cut ami taken from Seca. 9 and 10 T. 11 S-, K. 1 S .. in the .ila Rivr Forent R M'rvc, New Mrxico. No bid of lena than $ .S per cord will be cotiHlderrd ; a depoult f f1Mt.(V with the Keceiver muHt accomianT each biU and uaynient In full of the amount of the ac-cititi-d bid must Imj made to the Receiver wlthiu 3 dayH f mm date of notice of acceptance, and no cutting will be allowed until the timber U aiil for in full. All dead tlrnlxr Hound enouirU r fuel muHt Ik cut, no Uvuir iimer lena than U iiu htH in diameter three feet above their round will 1h allowed lo Im cut. and the bru-h and rubbisli followinir thecuttlntr munt be compact ly piled for hui ninir ut a ha.f dtntance iro n the remaiuintr timber, anl the cuttinir and removal mtiht be carefully conducted to aave the remain iiir timlMr and HhrublHry from damage an fs a i pon-tibie. The etittinr and reniovul will be Hiipervined bv an oMicer di-ulled for that pur hki who will murk the line of the. tract to b cut over and mark the timler to w cut before cult i ii ir U commenced ; meanure und take ao count of tlrr.lNT cut rx-fore allowlnir It to pan out of bin cuKituty, and ee to it that the con tract in the case and the Rules and Regulations are utrictty complied uiili. A contract and iMMid etntMKl virnr the termn of wale and provtd litkf for couiiiliance theifwuli hIII 1h mitt i red ti the HiiccfHsful bhlder tefore the work of cuttlnr h cotiuueiued. TiinlM-r on valid niiiiíuj or ixher cl.tiitiH will 1h exempted from aale. Tim bi-ruiiKohl may be purciiarel on uetitioit there for w ithin one year without further adrertiMrv itunt. 1'uichariH failim to remove timber awarded within one year from date of notice of award forfeit purchase money and riifhl to tim ber untenmved u nlen an exteuHhin of time l granted. The rihl to reject anv and all bid ih rem'rved. IIjm.í K Hi mmann, CommKuloin r. Ntitlro of rorft'lture. To W, H. MitlliiiH and John Whorton, their heii H, executorn, adminiMratora and atif iHt You, and each of you, are hereby notified, that the underlined have during the lear expended one hundred dollar t?liMU In liilHir and improvenieu) upon each: of the fob lowtnir named minintr claimn: RoU'rt K. Leo and Merit Lain, all Nituate, Ivhitf and beuiir in the San A ml re Mining IMstrict, In isocorru county. Territory of New Mexico. And you. and each of uu, are further notified that aaid exiM'ttditurea were made in order to Imld aaid nnniiitf cUihih under the provmion of Swfion of the RewM'd Statute of the Unltr-4 StateK, for the year end in if Ueembrr Jlt, l'a'l, and if within niuetr day alter (he expira tion of the publication of thin notice you fail uf refuHe to contribute or to pay the underpinned your proiNirtiou of aid expenditure a ci owner or co-owner in aaid mine and minltttf claim. our IntereMi in the hanie will (xhoiik, the property of the undM.rned, ttttder 4 Sectlou of Mitd Kcvle4 Statute. R. J. Hpyawt, . R. Q. iRAM, rirrtt publication Jan. 25, VfiZ, They Work While You Sleep. While your mind and body ret Ca. carets Candy Cathartic repair your digestion, your liver, your bowels, put them in perfect order." Genuine tablets 6tainped C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. 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