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NEWS OF THE WEEK. A Summary f IiiiMrtan( Kvrnts Con densed from the 1'rrss Dliputcln-s. Kev. T. Dowitt Taimare is riticall v 11. A plietinminal jrold strike has Loen reported from tin Sandias. There is talk of free delivery leinvj inaugurated in Santa Fe. From 50 to 100 jKTsons were injured in riots in Hrussels Thurs day night. The late Philip I). Armour's statc has been found to amount to $14,751,105. The president returned from Charleston to Washington Thurs day morning. A strike in Massachusetts woolen mills is paralyzing the wool market. (leneral Wade Hampton died in Columbia, S. C, Thursday morning, aged H4 years. Senator Depew supports the resolution providing for the elec tion nf senators bv popular vote. Seven inches of snow fell at l'ittsburg Tuesday. This was the heaviest April snowfall in leven years. It is persistently reported that oil has been struck near (iallup and that one well is yielding ten barrels a day. Miss Virginia Otero, daughter of Hon. and Mrs. M. K. Otero, who has been very ill for two weeks, is improving. Peace negotiations are pro gressing satisfactorily in the the Transvaal, but the Free Staters are holding out. The Rock Island Plaster com pany purposes to manufacture stucco and cement from the gyp sum beds in Lincoln county. SjKaker Henderson is opposed to the irrigation bill and may de feat the measure by refusing to let it come before the House. There are 22S convicts in the New Mexico penitentiary, 222 men and h women, and every one of them is kept steadily at work. W. H. Pope of Santa Fc has accepted an appointment to the osition of judge of the court of first instance in the Philippines. President Koosevelt arrived in Charleston Tuesday morning to visit the exposition. He was given an enthusiastic reception. The socialists were rioting in Brussels Thursday. One police man was shot through the Unh and face and then stoned an.l kicked. business men from the eastern, middle, and western states met in Chicago Thursday to form a non-partisan national reciprocity league. Ten batallions of Knglish and Scottish militia are to be sent to. Ireland in pursuance of the de termination to apply to the coer cion act. The wife of the notorious Peralta- Reavis is suing for a di vorce in the Denver county court, on the ground of desertion and non-supjort. Senator Depew expresses aston ishment at seeing his name in Christinas' report of bribery in connection with the purchase of the Danish islands. The snowfall in Pennsylvania the first of the week reached nearly two feet at Meyerdale, the deepest April snow in that section for 25 years. Kansas City went Democratic at the election on April 1, the Democrats now fully controlling the city government for the first time in many years. Mrs. (J. U. Walker of Las Vegas, charged with the killing of J. S. Judd, in defense of her honor, was discharged after her preliminary hearing. The Maxwell Land Grant Company this week filed an au thentic knglish translation of its incorporation papers Hied in Dutch aUut twenty years ago. A grading outfit is on the way to begin grading on the Santa Fe Central. Ties, telegraph poles, and bridge timbers have leeii distributed along the line. Sautos-Diimont, builder and uarigator of airships, has come to this country to discuss plans of aerial navigation with the managers of St. Louis exposi tion. In 50 of the largest postoffices of the country the postal receipts for the month of March this year diow an increase of jo j-r cnU over those for the corresponding month last year. In his testimony before the Senate committee Tuesday Gen eral MeArthnr stated that the Philippines are the finest group of islands in the world, occupy ing a strategic position absolute ly unexcelled. A young man named Van Ness stole '$300 last Friday night from the till of the Cottage saloon of Silver City. Two or three days later he came in from the moun tains and surrendered himself half dead with hunger and thirst. In the House Wednesday Con gressman Smith of Michigan made a vigorous speech in oppo sition to the Cuban reciprocity bill, contending that the sugar trust and not the Cuban planters would be the beneficiary of the bill. The Kaglc Mining Company will erect an extensive cyanide plant on the Bonito in Lincoln county. Judge H. IS. Hamilton, attorney for the company, is in Chicago to consult with the stockholders in regard to future operations. Santa Kosa had a $0,000 fire Friday night of last week. Nearly every building of "old town" was destroyed. Alamo- gordo also suffered a $10,0410 loss by tire the same night, the box factory and planing mill of the Alamogordo Lumber Company being consumed. The Cullerson-Stcvcns bill for the construction of an interna tional dam at El Paso having failed to meet the approval of the committee to which it was referred, a substitute bill has been introduced which Delegate Kodey pronounces as objectiona ble as the original bill. The irrigation bill as amended seems satisfactory to the friends of the arid land states and may possibly pass Congress in its present form. I he expendi tures under this bill are limited to the proceeds of the sales of public lands in the states atlected by the bill and this expenditure is in the nature of a loan, as the settler pays back to the govern ment the cost of irrigation works THE HOME f!0LI ( IKK. An InwnloUH Treatment by which Drunk rtln are Heln Cured Dully lu Spite of TheniHeheM, Nu NoxIuun Dom. Su Weakrnhifr of the Nene. A I'lewtant INwItlve Curt fur the Liquor Habit. It is now generally known and understood that Drunkenness is a disease and not a weakness. A lx)dy filled with poison, and nerves completely shattered by periodical or costant use of intoxicating liiUors, requires an antidote capable of neutralizing and eradicating this jniison, and destroying the craving for intoxicants. Sufferers may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful "home gold cure" which has been Ierfectcd after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates. The faithful use according to directions of this wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case, no matter how hard a drinker. Our records show the marvelous transformation of thousands of Drunkarsds into sober, industrious and upright men. Wives cure your husbands!! Children cure yoúr fathers!! This remedy is no sense a nostrum but is a specific for this disease only, and is so skillfully devised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste, so that it can be given in a cup of tea or coffee without the knowledge of the person taking it. Thousands of Drunkards have cured themselves with this priceless remedy, and as many more have been cured and made temperate men by having the "cure" administered by loving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or tea, and believe today that they discontinued drinking of their own free will. Do not wait. Do not be deluded by apparent and misleading "improvement". Drive out the disease at once and for all time. The "home cold cure" is sold at the extremely low jrice of One Dollar, thus placing within reach of everybody a treatment more effectual than otherscosting $25 to $50. Full directions accompany each package. SjH'cial advice by skilled physicians when requested without extra charge. Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt oí One Dollar. Address Dept. E 117 Edwin B. Giles & Company. 2330 and 2332 Market Street, Philadelphia. All correspondence strictly confidential. Adilre to Borrowers of MewHuaix-r. Some timely advice to the 1or- rowcrs of newspapers is given by the Kansas City Journal in the shape of warning like this: A man who was too economical to take this paper sent his little boy to borrow the copy taken by his neighbor. In his haste the boy ran over a $4 stand of bees and in ten minutes looked like warty summer squash. His cries reached his father, who ran to his assist ance and, failing to notice a a barled wire fence, ran into that breaking it down, cutting a hand ful of flesh from his anatomy and ruining a $4 pair of pants. The old cow took advantage of the gap in the fence and got into the cornfield and killed herself eating green corn. Hearing the racket, the wife ran, upset a four gallon churn full of rich cream into a basket of kittens, drowning the flock. In the hurry she dropped a $7 set of false teeth. The baby left alone, crawled through the spilled milk and into the parlor, ruining a brand new $20 carpet. During the excitement the old est daughter ran away with the hired man, the dog broke up eleven setting hens, and the calves got out and chewed the tails off of four fine shirts. The (ireat Dismal Nmmp 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 Ikmics and muscles, and may induce dangerous maladies. But Electric Bitters never fail to de stroy them and cure malari.il troubles. They will surely pre vent typhoid. "We tried many remedies for malaria and stomach and liver troubles," writes John Charleston, of Bycsvillc, ()., "but never found anything as good as Electric Bitters." Try them. Only 50c. at all Drug gists. Guarantee satisfaction. Missouri Compliment. The Albuquerque, N. M., Daily Citizen of March 15 contains an extended account of the New Mexico School of Mines, of its foundation, progress and now flourishing condition. The citi zens of Rolla, especially those connected with the Missouri School of Mines, feel a deep inter est in the New Mexico school, for the reason that so many graduates of the Missouri institu tion have been connected with their school and now that institu tion in its most flourishing con dition is being ably conducted by Prof. Fayette A. Jones, a dis tinguished son of old Missouri, who was born near Kansas City, and graduated from the School of Mines and Metallurgy of this state. Professor Jones is assisted by Prof. E. A. Drake, who used to be connected with the Missouri school, and was regarded as one of its ablest educators. On be half of the School of Mines and Metallurgy of Missouri we extend congratulations to the New Mex ico school upon itsera of progress and advancement and with best wishes to Professor Jones and Professor -Drake. Rolla, Mo., Herald-Democrat. A IWtor'M Hud Plight. "Two years ago, as a result of a severe cold, I lost my voice," writes Dr. M. L. Searbrough, of Hebron, Ohio, "then began an obstinate cough. Every remedy known to me as a practicing phy sician for 35 years, failed, and I daily grew worse. Being urged to try Dr. King's Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds, I found quick relief, and for the last ten days have felt better than for two years." Positively guaranteed for throat and lung troubles by all Druggists. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free. 1'aelflc Coast Exriiridoii. To the Convention of Wom en's Clubs at Los Angeles, Cali fornia, May 1-8. Tickets on sale April 22-28 to Los Angeles or San Francisco at $35 for the round trip. Keturn limit June 25. To Portland, Oregon. Tick ets on sale May 27 to June 8 at $50 for round trip. Going limit 55 days. Final limit 00 days. To San Francisco or Los Angeles, California. Tickets on sale May 27 to June 9 at $35 for the round trip. Going limit 55 days. Final limit CO days. To San Francisco or Los Angeles, California,, tickets on sale August 4-9 at $35 for the round trij. Going limit Septem-temlK-r 2.-. Final limit Septem ber .W. YlrM a Sharp Ax. Millions marvel at the multi tude of maladies cut off by Dr. King's New Life Pills the most distressing too. Stomach, liver and bowel troubles dyspepsia, loss of appetite, jaundice, bilious ness, fever, malaria, all fall be tie comcsiiDies, como ios sem bradores no están en posición de asistir grandes cantidades de hombres. El Señor A. J. Sampson, Con trator General, estará en Socorro durante este mes. Compañía Americana de Azúcar de Betabel. Rocky Ford, Colorado. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Dkhahtmhnt ok thk I.ntkkioh, Laud Oflice at La Cruce. N. M., ) April .', 12. Notice In hereby fíiven that the following-named nettler ha filed notice of hi intention to make final proof in Miinport of hi claim, and that naid proof will be made before W. S. (Jeorjre, U. S. Court Commissioner at Cooney, on Mav 17th, lft)2, viz: Adolphim E. Sipe. Hd. entry No. 25HJ for the NW, SV'4 Sec. 2b and N', SE' SW SEV Sec. 27. Township 11 S. R. 2) W. N. M. Mer. He name the following witnesses to prove hi continuum residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Uhani R. Holt. Jr., W. P. Uoddard. W. N. York, Al Harden, all of Graham, N. M. Nicholas Gai.i.ks, Register, nw An Year Kldneya ff Tr 1 1 obb' Spnrniriin PI1U rnrp all kf.lnrr 111. Ham plafrt. Aüü. blvrliutf lU'UieUj Cu..CbicuHuor N. V. OUR FREE Reading Rooms. DAILY PAPERS ON FILE. New York Herald Chicago Times-Herald St. Louis Globe-Democrat San Francisco Examiner Denver Republican Galveston News WEEKLY PAPERS ON FILE. Scientific American Harpers' Weekly Mining Journal Sporting News Police Gazette "ALSO- All Local and Territorial Papers. Free to the patrons of the house. Q. BIAVASCHI. Only $35 California and Back First cías-, round trip, open to everybody, 5-.i0 from Chicago to Ioh Angele and San Francisco; S47.50 from St. Louis; Í4.Í.0U from Kansas City, via the Santa Fe. Corresponding rates from all points east. Account National Convention, Federation of Women's Clubs. On ale April 23 to 28. Tickets good for return until June 2-í. Only line under one managemt-nt all the way from Chicago to California. Only line for both grand Canyon of Arizona and Yosemite. Only line to California with Harvey meal in-r vice. Write for decriptive literature, enclosing 1U cents poktage. Santa Fe THOS. JAQUES, Agent, - SOCORRO, N. M. f- "N fV I J T" TOBACCO SPIT 1 11 1 Your Llfeawavt Yon can be cure J of auj form of tobacco u.inv cauiy, im matio well, atroug, ui.inrtir, full or new life an.l vigor hy UkmK MO-TO-BAO, thul miki'i weak nieii atrotig. Many nam ten uotnida in' ten dura. Over tOO,000 cured. All lrii;iitii. Cure voNrMiiteeii. book let and aclvic i kl H. Ad.ll.-M Kl'KKJ.ING fcJiWfebV CW., Chivo or .Nr Ywr., v7 NEW GOODS! JEW GOODS. We are now receiving daily a new line of goods and making it ready for inspection. Everybody is invited to call and examine. The goods are strictly up-to-date and selected with a special view to the demands of our customers. Prices are as usual with us as low as the lowest and the goods of the best. You will surely find what will please you, for these goods are WEIL SELECTED AND ATTRACTIVE. PRICE BROS. St CO. J 9 THE NEW MEXICO ' SCHOOL OF I 3 socorro, n. m. a.INlcc e r - - - - - 111111 1 iJ y KKt.ri. o o o c SPRING TERM BEGINS JANUARY 27, 1901. A K llKf.HIÍK COfHSKS OH STfMV: I. Chemistry and Metallurgy II. Mining Engineering III. Civil Engineering Special courses are offered in Ass.wiNf., Chhmisthv am Si kvk A A Pkkpakatony Coi ksk i maintained for the benefit of those who 9 c o o o KV1.NC. t t have not had the necessary advantages before coming to the School of Mines. J Tuition -S5.00 fur the preparatory course; 510.00 for the technical course. t J J For Particulars Address F. A. JONES, Director. iwTbcrfl Is a Great Demand at Goad Salaries for Young Hen with a Technical Knowledge of Mluing. Bank First National ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. Authorized Capital 8 500,000.00 Paid L'p Capital, Profits and Surplus Deposits, OFFICERS 175.000.00 1,200.000.1X1 Joshua S. KeynohU, President. Frank McKee, Cashier. M. W. Flouriiov, Vice President. C. A. Hawks, Assistant Cashier. 0 UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY 0 -0 --DEPOSITORY FOR A. T. & S. F. AND A. & P. RAILROADS. - 0 - Socorro Bottling Works and Gonfactionery A. F. KATZENSTEIN, Proprietor. Dealer in Fine Candies, Fruits. Stationery. Tobacco, and Cigars. Manufacterer of all kinds of Mineral Waters. Agent for the Celebrated Coyote Water. All Mail Orders Promptly Filled. Socorro, New Mexico. r THROUGH SLEEPING CAR. KANSAS CITY TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA \n\n fore these wonder workers. 25o at all Druggists. Kooky Ford. Se quieren hombres y mucha chos para deshijar, limpiar, es cardar, y cosechar los betabeles de azúcar. Trabajo en los cam pos de betabeles desde principios de mayo hasta fines de julio. Entonces oportunidad para em pleo en campos de zacate y mel ones. Los betabeles de azúcar se cosechan desde mediados de setiembre hasta fines de noviem bre. Los sembradores pagan generalmente 15 centavos la hora, pero hombres industriosos pueden ganar más en trabajo por con trato. Se desean jK-rsonas res ponsables para arreglar campos