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PUBLISHED HY SOCORRO COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. K. A. DUAKK. Kditur. Entered at S.icorro Post cla mail inattt-r. .Vice as second sections if tlie country. A 1ÍUU; closer drift toward pure or impure socialism is made Ivy the Allied People's party than was made by the l'opnlists. Its doctrines include Populism, plus government ownership of all gress was not too precipitate in its sweeping repeal of all the war taxes. The repeal of the taxes will make an effective ar gument for the Republicans in the congressional canvass of l'X)2, hut let the Republicans of sorts of public utilities. Many Congress scc i,, t that there TF.KMM OK SIT.CRIPTloN. (Strictly in ailv;:iu'f. ,()nc year .Six month 2 Oil 1 00 OFFICIAL PAPER OF SOCORRO COUNTY. SATURDAY, Al'KIf, 2. Vo2. New Mexico demand statehood pf the 57th congres. Tlie President' lAf-rcN. A MorsTi i) police sergeant, who patrol a stretch of wooded country near Washington, be lieves that a recent experience gave hint a greater shock than anything which happened during his Civil War service. While riding over the most lonely part of this region one day, he saw two small children playing in the woods. The fact attracted his attention liecause there were no houses near, nor was any car riage in sirht. Soon he saw a man, to whom the children evi-j ilcntly belonged, sitting on a rock, with what looked like a shawl wrapped aliout him. The police officer approached the party, as was his duty, to make inquiries. The gentleman answered courteously. The of ficer seemed still puzzled, and then the man added, quietly, that he was the President. "I came near falling off my horse," remarked the sergeant, in relating the incident, "to think that with the pictures of Theodore Roosevelt everywhere I should not know him when we talked face to face." Unlike most people, Presidents of the United States, in getting out-of-door recreation, have to seek privacy at the same time. The glaring light that constant ly beats on the presidential office makes it a pleasure to get away at times from the haunts of men from the plague of the snap shot and the intrusion of the pre suming. President Harrison used to take long strolls about Washing ton, accompanied by his private secretary, but he sought the less frequented streets. President McKinley occasionally, but per haps less often, took this form of recreation. President Cleve land, during his second term, rarely left the White House grounds except in a carriage, but once in the country, he was very fond of hunting and fishing. The early Presidents as a rule found most of their recreation in I horseback-riding. Washington was a small city, ami its rural environs were readily reached. President Roosevelt rides horse- l.rii'ls :i trrttut 1it-,1 nnil :ilw, t:ilri of the men who are its leaders were identified with the Populist organization, some of the others were Democrats, and there was a sprinkling of socialists and other brands of radicals among them. The chances that a party repre senting so many different sorts of "reforms" will hang together until 104 may seem to many persons outside of that coalition to be rather dubious, but there is no doubt at all that the mm who are at the head of it are enthusi astic and aggresive. The chances are that the Al lied People's party will hit the Democracy much harder than it will the Republicans. Most of its adherents will be drawn fiom the elements which otherwise would support the Democratic ticket. Most of the Populists fused with the Democrats, whether they were drawn from the Republican or the Democrat ic party. There has been a ten dency recently toward a disin tegration of the Populist party, its members in most cases going back to the parties to which they originally belonged. Probably the Populists as such will not figure to any considerable extent in the canvass of l')04, but the Allied People's party mi; at tract some of shall c no treasury shortage next year or the year after to be used against the party in 1M04. (llobe-I)etiiocrat. Kilkenny i'aU. During tlie rebellion which oc curred in Ireland in 17'H, or it may be in 1803, Kilkenny was garrisoned by a troop of Hessian soldiers, who amused themselves in barracks by tying two cats to gether by their tails and throw ing them across a clothesline to fight. The officer, hearing of the cruel practice, resolved to stop it. As he entered the room one of the troopers, seizing a sword, cut the tails in two as the animals hung across the line. The two cats escaped minus their tails through the open window, and when the officer inquired the meaning of the two bleeding tails being left in the room he was coolly told that two cats had lieen fighting and had devoured each other, all but the tails. DISTILLING OF BRANDY. Father Coudort of Barnalillo Tells History of a Bottle of Brandy. BKOXER HELD FOR FORGERY. Chnrlr J. I.ef:i.ml Win ( 'mv'otml mu! SontiMHvd for Six Months l'i May Mnriiinir. Charles J. Leonard, a ticket broker, was convicted of forgery i in the fourth degree before Judge Ryan Friday morning, and sen-j tenced to imprisonment in the jail for six months. Leonard ran a ticket broker's office in Market street. Last summer the police raided his place and seized a lot of railroad tickets alleged to have been forged. From the evidence the jury was convinced that the tick ets were forgeries and found Leonord guilty. Post-Dispatch. 3-7, VM2. r i 1 r a'" i ,fi .- ': Vm .vir of 1 .J. ",'T "T, ," ; ' 'It'.inilJiMvf (.(Ml- V I "Hi"!- lint 11 is n 3 pu nt Pf It'9 MAKING OF niAMI'.UiXK. Rev. Father Coudert, of Der- their vot.-rs. and j nalillo, Uernalillo county writes thus wield enough strength to j Captain Solomon Spiegelberg of arouse a good deal of interest in Santa Fe, as follows: the campaign. Intt r-( )cean. A Surplus of 1(I(.()(M).!)00. It is evident now that the pre diction of Secretary (lage made in his report to Congress last December about the excess of revenue for the fiscal year will be verified. In the nine months which have just ended of the fiscal year the government's re ceipts exceeded expenditures to the extent of ?(. 1,000,000. At a proportionate rate of increase for the next three months, the excess at the end of June would be con siderably short of the ifioo.ooo, 0i 10 mark, but the last quarter of a fiscal year almost always shows a broader margin of receipts over expenditures, when there is any such margin at all, than does tlie earlier part of the year. At this time last year the mar gin was only $42,000,000, while the surplus on June 30 was i?7'), 000,000. The revenue reduction bill which has recently passed Con gress will cut down the receipts of the government to the extent of $70,000,000 or $75,000.000, it is estimated. This would still leave a margin of $25,000,000 or over, according to the present outlook. It is well to bear in mind, however, that the expen ditures of the government for . 1 . . 1'. 1 . II. ..I A. .......... ........... ti, ...... i ine nexi usiui ear win aiuiosi Itril .infill' ULU'n nil luuijii He is more athletic than most of j certainly be considerably in ex his predecessors, and consequent- cess of those of the year which jy more dependent on vigorous w11 thr ,nontl,s exercise to. relieve the weariness ! Wljrk w" I'bably begin on an of the importunities to which he : isthmian canal some time in the is constantly subjected u,rg ! next fiscal year. A Pacific cable . ,t . i will orobablv he started in the omce Hours. -1 oum s v omnan- on vcar. The far West is asking for irrigation, and its appeal ought to be granted. If it is granted, another large sum of money in excess of present out lays will have to be made." It is well for the Republicans, who compose the dominant party, and who are responsible for the management of the government, to keep these facts in mind. The reduction in taxation has been made, and the country will have to adjust itself to the situ ation which will thus be created. A surplus of $30,ooo,oo) or $40, 000,000 is always a handy thing for a government to have. In a growing country, like ours, there arc always demands on the treasury which the law-makers may not discern far in advance, or if discerned, may le overlook ed. It is to he hoped that Con- Tui AIII.-.I IV.ipl. I'art). Tin-: new political organiza tion formed in the convention which has just been held in Iouisville will have to shorten its name if the name is to be pop ularized. The Allied People's party, which is its official desig nation, is too long for ready use. It will have to be the Allied par ty or the People's party. The latter was the official name of the Populist party, but the term Populist soon attached itself to it. The Allied People's party is composed chiefly of members of the PopulUts and of the extreme left of the Democracy. It had its rise in the municipal canvass in St. Louis in rol, but, of course, it, will get adherent;-., and íi i already got them, from all "I find in The Citizen of Al buquerque a quotation from the Santa Fe Daily New Mexican, which interested me very much and I clipped it wishing to keep it. It says: "Solomon Spiegel berg today opened a bottle of brandy presented to him in lSoS by Archbishop Lamv, etc." I think that I can give the history ot th.at bottle better than any body else because I had manu factured it at Albuquerque in 18(,2. I took it with me to Santa Fe in 1S63 and bottled it after a trip to California in 1864. The brandy was pure anil was dis tilled in an old copper still which has not been in use tor over twenty years. It was pure ex cepting a few bits of cummin, which gave it a bitter aromatic, astringent taste, very agreeable and a good stomachic. The in dustry of making brandy in the Rio (irande valley has not gone out of existence. I could furnish you with 100 gallons of the same kind in packages of ten gallons. I do not engage in the manufac ture of the brandy for profit or speculation, but only not to lose the material I have and at the same time to encourage the in dustry that might be built up right here in New Mexico. I would be very much pleased to transfer it to sonielody else and with pleasure I would teach him the experience I have acquired in the more than forty-five years I have spent in this territory. I would let my laboratory free to some industrial school together with an account of my experience in that industry which may be useful some day in the upbuild ing of this industry, or such in dustry as the making of cham pagne, as the grapes here have the same properties as those of Chartreuse. Liquor of quince, etc., could also be manufactuted and be made profitable." Notice to Tux I'ayer. All tax payers of the city of Socorro are requested to make their returns during the month of April, otherwise the assessor will make out such returns and add twenty-live per cent. Respectfully, HiiNj. Saxciikz. Genuine fUmpd CCC Never told In bulk. Beware o( (he dealer who tries to sell "íomctiilnj Just s good." front Strei't, Nomr. a little zigzag street. Every building was erected ac cording to an indepen lent notion as to frontage and rearage. The effect is startling, and after ne gotiating a few blocks of.it you feel like "the crooked man who walked tlie crooked mile." On sunshiny days the entire popula tion sallies forth and occupies the sidewalk, overllows into the street and down the little byways on to the beach, with dogs filling all the intermediate space on the ground floor. Seattle Times. A W0KT1IY SKTF.SSOK. k,SinH'tIihifr Ni'v Under The Sun." All Doctors have tried to cure catarrh by the use of powders, acid gases, inhalers and drugs in paste form. Their powders dry up the mucuous membranes causing them to crack open and bleed. The powerful acids used in the inhalershave entirely eaten away the same membranes that their makers have aimed to cure, while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease. An old and experienced practitioner who has for many years made a close study and specialty of the treatment of catarrh, has at last perfected a Treatment which when faithfully used, not only relieves at once, but permanently cures catarrh, by removing the cause, stepping the discharges, and curing all inflammation. It is the only remedy known to science that actually reaches the afflicted parts. I This wonderful remedy is known as "Snuffles, the guaranteed catarrh cure" and is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar, each package containing internal and external medicine sufficient for a full month's treatment and everything necessary to its perfect use. "Snuffles" is the only catarrh cure ever made and is now recognized as the only safe and positive cure for that annoying and disgusting disease. It cures all inflamation quickly and permanently and is also wonder fully quick to relieve hay fever or cold in the head. Catarrh when neglected often leads to consumption "Snuffles" will save you if you use it at once. It is no ordinary remedy, but a complete treatment which is positively guaranteed to cure catarrh in any form or stage if use according to the directions which accompany each package. Don't delay but send for it at once, and write full particulars as to your condition, and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your case without cost to you beyond the regular price of "Snuffles" the "(luaranteed catarrh cure." Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt of One Dollar. Address Dept K 117, Kdwin B. (liles & Company, 2330 and 2332 Market Street, Philadelphia. State ComlHVi, KululiW Templar. For the Texas state conclave, Knights Templar, at Kl Paso, Texas, tickets will be on sale April 15-16 at $8.35 for the round trip. Return limit April 21. Tiros. Jaí)Ui:s, Santa Fe Agt. Hull eon- Miiit)iioii im not .mid :,ii!Ml Li' ill- lirnifil. Tlii mi . ..... .. I.:.. i. I 1. . - , f n.f Mint ti i i ll!!l lv I'l" lMTÍVI'il ÍV Olí: lm!iviiil;ll Irf'í'ire o .lisiltt: 1 1- , ( j linn lit ilirvel- '.1' J',mI. nnti" rtrnj-ln. tiroll- rliili, lilfPMtnK of " 5 i in 4 A. T. & S. F. Time Table. East Went tint ltitij;, eniari.it ion ntlt rritlc nrsH. lm P h'pti jit'Tfcrll v unit perm:. unit I v i iiim) by thr uw of !r. riprct-'s (".olilfii Miil iml Dineovrry It oirp Die r'niyrli, beals the hiiii?i, anil build up llie liojy itn oitij neti. i -Whrn I cointiirnfT1 l:il;inc '' nirilirinr. j Ht;M.'. inunl h v, ir hrtnth -i in'ti plt-trl v tirnkrn iImwii - writ.- Mr l'mj I. MiiuW Mini. of Chnllrvville, Inurrl In. Vrt -Al lim 1 j conl. 1 ri"l rvrn Miillc ,i('pi. llir t'H.in witltnnl j pnlll ill ll'Viilnt. Thi- iiinl uk ifrdi sun I hurt futig fronhlf, r.titi A.il fjy.i.,. utirr ts wit nritt Al liisl I niH-huIrrl In Irv Itorloi pirr'r tnrK mr-s I tx-mOil hollle of ihiW 11 M'liiitl lnrtvcrv.' I.kiU i!, nml K1 Till- mrnrrl lo fr-t i, lito h-íírr thru r.il .lirrrtr-l i nir i tnkr -th thr t;oll-ii Mclii i.) Iiici.v I rrv ml lh ' lfnviriltf I'i '.ciitlii.i.' wht' H I ! linl. Alt'i:rthrr I Ynvr tnkril rii: lit.-i-n IkiIiIp ' of ' Cil.lt ii V. . It. nl IhM-iiH tr.' lurUi- .,1 tlir ' Hnvnitr errvcrtiitimi.' :iii'i l!v vi;iN nf lv! Í It-Is ' I nin nt' . til iii'wt frttrt lv i II nuil rln till tiiv work wilmiiit n'tv j.mi wlniii-T-t-r. niil ran run willi nitirr i.vc lli.ii: I roiiltl t.i7iii-i tv M u.' ! Ur. I'irnv'n Cimiinon iusp Medical Ailvisor, in p.ipor covits, i s-nt frrr on receipt i( i I one-ri nt s;iiii.s to covi r rttpiMi'ip 'if mniliiit; Address Dr. U. V. I'icrcf. r.uíí.ilo, N. Y. AWiit-Mlnded. A case of more than usual absent-mindedness happened in St. Louis not long ago. According to Lippincott's Magazine, a pale, nervous young man came into the grocery with his baby on one arm and a kerosene can on the other. He set the can on the counter i and said, gently, "Sit there a moment, dear." Then, holding the baby out to the dazed clerk, he said, "A gal lon of kerosene in this, please." (uikI Tor Hlu'iiitinllsm. Last fall I was taken with a very severe attack of muscular rheumatism which caused me great pain and annoyance. Af ter trying several prescriptions and rheumatic cures, I decided to use Chamberlain's Pain lialm, which I had seen advertised in the South Jerseyman. After two applications of this remedy I was much better, and after using one bottle, was completely cured. Sam.ih Uakkis, Salem, N. J. For sale by A. 12. Howell, So corro; V. M. Borrowdale, Mag dalena. Ornee Fr In vent loa. 10:00 p ni1 . 1(':.S.S a in1 .. í:iH) p ni; . . 4:2.i a in1 . . 7:10 a tn. . 0:(i() am;., 1:10 p in, . , 4:20 p nr . . 10:45 p ni.. , 1:.12 am. 5:20 a m . , 8:00 a nv . STATIONS , . .Chicago .lianza City. Newton . . . I.a Junta . . . . . . Trinidad . . . Raton . . I.as Vca . . Lainy.. . . . Albuquerque , . . . .Socorro. . . . . . . . Hincón . ...Kl I'atKi... 7:40 a ni , . 5:05 p in .'. 10:20 a ni , .,10:20 p m 7:45 p ni . . 0:20 p in . . 2:05 p in . .110:40 a in , J 7:10 a m . . 4:07 a m ..12:25 a in . .1 1:15 p in LOCAL TIMK TAULE. South SOCOKKi 1. 2:40 a m J:20 p ml. . . ..I'iisHenifiT. . . Freight Weight. .. . North 4:07 a in ,11:59 a m MAC.DALENA HKANCII. Daily excopt Sunday. 7:45 a ni ; Lv. .S .icurru.. Ar 12:10 p in Official Directory. FEDICRAL. I)floj'te to CoiirifAs, (roverimr, Stcretar-, Chief Jutice, Associates, I?. S. Kodcy Miiurl A. Hero Janu W. Ravnolds V. J. Mills I p.oiij. S. Baker. , V. W. l'arker i J. R. Me.Fie I P. H. McMillan Survevor-C.ener.-il, M. O. Llewellyn United Stale Collector, A. L. M.orrioii II. S. I)it. Attorney, W. 11. ChiUlers U. S. Marshal, C. M. Koraker Keir. Land Office Santa I'V. M. R. Otero Kec. E. F. II -bart Keif " " Las Cruce, E. Solinac Kec. Henry Uowmaii Keir. " " Kosvfcll, H. Ielaiul Kec. f - E. (ieyer TERRITORIAL. Solicitor-(jeiioral. E. L. Hartlett Wist. Attorney, K. C. (ortner. Santa IV W. U. II. Llewellyn. Las Cruces ' R. I'. Harne-, Silver City C. A. Spies, Las VVias J. Leahy, Katon C. W. 1'richai-d, Socorro Librarian. Lafayette Enimett Clerk Supreme Court, J. U. Sena Sup't Penitentiary. H. O. Uursuni Adjutant General, V. II. Whitetnai Treasurer, .1. A. Vaiishn Auditor, W. O. Sargent Oil Inspector, John S. Clarlt Territorial Board of Education. Sup't. Public Instruction, J. F. Chavez. FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. Counties of Socorro, Lincoln, Chaves and Eddy. Headquarter Socorro, New Mexico. Jude Dan'1 H. McMillan Clerk and ReijUter J. E. Grifiith SOCORRO COUNTY. i Johu (ireenwald Commissioners, Mafia Coutreras ( A. E. Kouiller Sheriff, C. F. lUackiiijiton Treasurer A Collector, Abran Abeytu County Clerk, lleniiene Ci. Baca Assessor, Benjamin Sanche Probate Judijc, Jos.- E. Torr.' Sup't. Public School. Elfeo Baca I CITY OF SOCORRO, j Mayor, M. Cjoney j Clerk. B. A. Pin Treasurer, Ricardo Abe y ta "Shall I clip VOlir hair a little Marshal, Kisaho Jara,,,, o . City Attorney, A. A. hedilln ai ine cntis, sir.' asuen me barber of his customer, who posed as a wit among his friends. "I suppose you'll have to," was the sober answer, "unless you've invented some method by which you can clip it out from the mid dle and save the ends, which are cutly. I should prefer that, of course." A Monster of I'at. In Vladosta, (la., ' recently a' hog was killed whose gross 1 weight was l,2f0 pounds; his net ! weight was 55 pounds. Kach C. T. BROWN A-rcnt. Socorro. .1 1 1 li-i I . I'u . I A. H. HILTON, Ccneral Agent. Police Magistrate, Camilo Baca REGENTS SCHOOL OF MINES. Juan J.Baca, president; C. T. Brown, secretary and treasurer; A. B. Fitch, F. G. Bartlett, J. E. Smith. CARTHAGE COAL MINING CO. M. L. Hilton & (iivane Luera. Proprietors. Illtiip ham weighed 102 oounds. This ! fat monster produced 510 pounds of lard, or nearly a tierce and a half enough to last a small amily about four years. Besides the lard, there was nearly a wagon load of sausage from this one pig, to say nothing of big dishpans of hog's head cheese, liver pudding and other products. San Antonio. First Class Coal. Low Irice . Patronize Home Industry. SOCIETIES. I MASONIO. r- n Y.J , La P L S wife had lniplra on Iter fare, but be bn tiet n uiknr t'Aii'AliKLS ami iliey buVH u 11 uisupiMiiiruil. I h.ul bt't-n Irunblrd Willi conitiixuion fur hiiiuu luiie. l.ut utter taU Ini ,ho Ursi ustiurn 1 huve hud no n nuble with IhlK allmfiu. VVc rammt tiiH'uU lou bltfU ly tif f 'uscaiiiis '" FlIKI) Wjllll MAN. 571M (.eiliimilowu Ave I'blluUuliJUik, P- CANDY CATHARTIC SOCORRO LODGE, No. A. F. A. M. Regular couuniiiiieatious, second and fourth Tuesdays, of each month. Visitinji brethern Cordially invited. E. A. Dkakk, V. M. C. (J. Dl NCW, Secretary. 1L OF" F. X To Curv 'onlliMtltiii f'orvr TUn CiiNi uieU (.'amlvCulliurlic-. lucorííc. If C C. (.'. Uú 10 curt), ilrum;ii.u ri fuiiu niuiu-v. PleaMtit. Pnlrttnbie. I'tnent. TaM timid. Ho t QtKMl. huvtir eiicMuii. Wi'unuu. ur Ghimi, 10c. 2c, Ux, ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... j tlfrtlM llt-Mlr IhmhwIi blf.n, UMlr.al. , rk. 11 Uñ TA nift Volil nutf viiiiuiiII'.I I'T 11 llriiM rJIU-UAU M.inCt Ul. 'i ji.c,u lluwu íjw" RIO GKAND", -'v' LODGE. No. .t, K. tib 1J- Keulirr fe?C jpC nieetiiiif every Weil. nesday eveiii,i(f jit TtjJf H o'clock at Castlo hall. Visitinir knight vci a c i di.il welcome. A. Mavi'h, C. C- S. C. Mkhk, K. of K. ami S. Teams W ant; tl Kor hauling coal and IiiiiiImt and for freighting. Steady work guaranteed. Address, A. II. Hilton, Manager, S;m Antonio. N'. M.