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SEW MF.XICO IS KF.ITDLIC YN. A FAMOUS LIGHTHOUSE. jjR. M. A. SAYLER, D.D.S., DENTAt, SUKGKON. Office over post-office. focorro, - - New Mexico. dr. swisiinu, (Graduate of the University of New York City, lS;6, and former U. S. Examining burgeon.) A Washington Correspondent Predicts Republican Victory. (Washington Star.) New Mexico presents a curious contrast to Arizona, for New Mexico has been Republican since 187S, with the exception of five biennial elections, cratic in 18, but returned to its Republican allegiance in 1S') electing Pedro Perca to congress New Mexico. 33 t-clcgate. The vote of Xsew Mexico is very much larger than Arizona, being nearly 36,000. The Republican majority has av eraged from 2,000 to 3,000. New Mexico tías to the various ministrations. The present governor, M. A. Otero, is very popular with all classes of people throughout the territory, and there seems to be no good reason to doubt but that New Mexico will maintain her reputation as a Republican territory at the F. V. CLANCY, ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, N. M. U. Al. DOUGIIEltTY. ATTOnSET-AT-L-tW. Socorro, - New Mexico. VV. B. GUILDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, AUiuquerquo, N. M. ELFKUO UAUA, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bocorro, New Mexico. Will practice in all Courts. W. II. WINTER, Attoiisey and Counselor at Law Will practice in all the Courts. Socorro, - New Mexico. UEKNAUD 8. RODEY ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuaueroue, N. M All Brunches of the practice attended to J. KORNITZEU, PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON. Office at Residence. JAMES G. FITCH ATTÜWJEY AT LAW, Office in Terry Block. FKEF.MAN & CAMERON ATTORNEYS AT LAW CarlüliaJ. N. M. Will practice I all tbc Courts. JULIAN MONTO Y A, x ota it y r-um.ic AND CONVEYANCER. R Pedro. - NEW MEXICO. Hi I Mil Mil IISMI I III' T laTT- JjR. C. G. DUNCAN, Physician and Surgeon, Office east side Haza. 'iiirnrrn. - N. M. Tlllnmook Rock, at the Month of the Columbia River. The most famous lighthouse on the Pacific coast is that of Tillamook rock, 70 miles south of the mouth of the Columbia river, Oregon. The rock is V2 It was Demo- r"-1 Air. Jjora made one ot his photographs a wave was breaking through a crevasse and hurling its spray higher than the summit. On this day it was too rough for the Columbine's boat to make a landing. Coal for the ' station had to be hoisted in net slings, been very little trouble nd lhc kocIcr hal to 1c lowcrci1 arious national ad- )n a cage or basket and, suspended in miuair over tne sea, repon on the condition of himscl' and his assistants, as they were short of provisions, most of the supply having been destroyed during a storm. From the side of the rock a heavy sea at the height of this storm tore off two rocks a vera g- r-lorlinn npxt month. The issues discussed by thc "ig . 3 poumls ana hurled them up- onaand 011 r keeper s dwell ing. v ith the weigh tot the water speakers throughout Arizona New Mexico are about the same as elsewhere, allhougii tree silver is receiving far less atten tion than it did four years ago. There is always one ever-present issue in a territorial campaign, and that is statehood, and each side of the controversy does everything in its power to convince the voters that statehood would be most quickly secured under the party represented. The people are a unit for immediate admission. Nearly all believe that President McKinley will be re-elected, and this may have organ U til I due to an cid poison which g sin access to t1i blood through failure of tbe proper ins to carry off and keep the system clear of 11 morbid, effete rosttcr. This poison w jl liL wk Suiters Nerves, SIHIcrs Joints. through the general circulation is de-otitid in the joints, muscles and nerves, causing the most intense pain. iMicunmuMu may iiacu wiin sucn siKuienness ana seventy as to make within a few days a healthy active person helóles ami bed-ridden, with distorted limbs and ulinttrml nrrvn- nr it m. In develoñinK, with slight wandering pains, just severe enough to make one feel uncomfortable ; the ten dency in such cases U to grow wome. and finallv become tlironic. uses f II .1 11 .a: . -r. t. t .. . . . cause It to develom food, insiitnctent clothing, or anything calcululed to impair the health, will frequently in cany me, but more often not until middle age or later. In whatever form, whether acute or chronic. inherited. Rheumatism Is Strictly a DIooei Dlacaoo, ami no liniment or other external treatment can rench the trouble. Neither do the preparations of potash and mercury, and the various mineral salts, which the doctors always prescribe, cure Rheumatism, but ruin the digestion and break down the constitution. A remedy w hich builds up the gcncrnl health and at the same time tids the system of the poison is the only safe and certain cure for kliem-isii-mi ASK mn.! ..I ii-.-!... . i ),.,,.. solvent purifying properties, attacks the disease in the right wav, and in the right place the blood and quickly neutraliza the acid aud dissolves all puisuiiotis dcpot.il, stimulates and infurtes the ovcrwoikeJ, worit-uut organs, and clears the STStem . 11 li til i. I I. if a ..... . ... nl nt i. ma O C O . i ... .i . . O, J " t. o. o. miel v-cmianenuy rou luorougtuy, ana K-eett the blood in a pure, healthy state. ' .. IT 1 " w ,5l,h Slrrrt ln.llin.pol!. Tn1., fnr rl(H.t.n mmill,. w. tfrril.lv SIIcIkI with Rlirmliiu hc vMiiiuMe lo fr.or .Ire, him.elf. Ictir uiil hnow hotwle. II h,l tried nriy-lwn nrwrlinfamii that frlcn.l. had Kirrti him, without Ihe llKlilt! reli.l. A tew hotllriuf B. 8. 8. cutnl In in pcrmuuciilly, nd li liu ntver haU a rucumatic piu .lues. Thiw An yrarsaKO. We will send free our special book on Rheumatism, which should be in the hands of every sufferer from t'.us torturing disease. Our phvsicians have made blood and skin diseases a lite study, and will give you any information or advice wanted, so write theni luny anu ireciy aooui your case, vve make lio charge whatever for this service. Address, SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, fia. THE BLACK KAXGE. these fragments male a hole 2U feet in area in the roof, Hooded A Ximiber of Wondfi fully Kiclj Minos Ju Silver and Gold Are Bein: Iicvclopctl. The Black Range district is west of the terminus of the Magdalena branch of the railroad, and is in the foothills on the east the building to a depth of over side a,ul nc:ir thc "orth ctl(1 of five feet and washed out two thc Black Range. The formation walls, throwing three rooms into potphyritic, principally an.lc- one. an "improvement" for which Rltc ana occasionally oens oi the keepers were not especially "acnyte snow uicmseivcs running n..-,t.,fi t;.o r-v parallelVith the veins. Lime- tured the iron roof in 35 nlaces. stont; occur3 1,1 oiated places, Although the focal plane of the lantern is 130 feet above thc sea level, 11 panes of glass three feet long and three-eighths of an inch thick were ktiockcd in by pieccsof rock which went through . n . ., i. r -t the lantern, and thc water put enm ii mlMldtirn 'l T flirt . ll I tnf 1 T , . .. . , out the light. Ihe both territories gave large majorities for the Republican ticket it is believed their chances for statehood would be much better than if they went Demo cratic. Industrially and commercially building has now been raised six feet, and a thick concrete roof has been laid on heavy steel girders Chaulau- uan. Every foot of the lode from Wild Horse creek to Dry creek, eight miles, is marked by crop- pings. Thc vein is located the entire distance. The mineral belt is from four to eight miles wide. New discoveries in the Black Range arc attracting attention, and the country is full of prospectors. F. L. Buchanan, superintendent of the El Dorado mine, Ilillsboro, thinks that the ore is principally of a concentrat ing character, and that deep mining will be necessary to bring K fleet f Civilization. The Portland Oregonian tells Arizona and New Mexico are in of a Chinaman, Lutu Chung, who very good shape, especially in was employed in a I 'or Hand t,om nto profitable operation thc ruining districts. A prolonged canning lactory. lie provided .j can sllow ciaims in the Black drouth during the summer himself with a inclicster ri lie, h?an-p that aro literallv cut uo ....... 1 r . 1 1.:, 1 l . - ' mreaieneci severe losKsior iuc ""s i.uiv injurs with 8ild'tjow shafts and open i live stock inuustry, but heavy learned to shoot well, lie has cuts frtnn onc cn t c ofher. rams in bepteinoer put an cnu to pniy one eye, anu so was not a ij ve these c :enitvs aud cuts the suspense aud reduced thc loss to a minimum. The Rnsh of a Shell. As a shell rushes through thc air at thc rate of 1,000 miles an bothered about shutting the other when he took aim, a thing which otten troubles novices in marksmanship. A few vears ago Lutn Cluing went home to China and staid there some tune. v ule hour it gets heavily charged with thcre he wcnt onc day wUh twQ t E. KITTRELL, Dkntist. Offices Socorro, Abeytia Block; San Marcial, Harvey House. SEAMON . . . . Assayers and Chemists. Box 97, El Paso, Texas. Agnts ior Ore Shipper. electricity by friction, says London Answers. It parts with it to any good conductor it meets on the way, doing terrible execu tion. l'assing in front ot a British soldier, a big shell gave him such a shock that heinstartly fell dead show the vein plainly, and it is a wonder that the prospectors did not go down when the vein was once found, for the time and money scattered in useless surface work would have developed the vein and made a mine of th property. No man can hope to sell a mine for a fair price until he has shown what it contains at a depth of 100 feet from th surface. Every foot less decreases friends to sell a lot of hogs, for which he received a considerable sum of money. Eisrht robbers. who had secured information of what business they were in, followed them in a boat to rob th, pricc that can l)e obtained for cm. ium anting ptitnpcc lean th property, even if it i In niií rt mir irnre tnrrt nflirprq. I ........ . r ., . I , .... ne K,,lea seven oi mem. anu stanaingsu eoysiue saw asnea aUowe(1 the other to escape, that be lcarRcd in thc P)lack IíaUÍre h murht carrv the news to the : . n..i ,;n . a a . i w i wile la mat tin. i niiiiini; txh it lid í-íTi t nprn wiTiiniir i . . i - r. wwwa. , vM remainder oi the o-anf. and strike .! ..'.1 . T--A - fV? I 0 ' touenmg enner. iíui one oiaccr terror to the of the hi;athor. lost the sight of both eyes, and Napoieon said that( if cvcr the uic oiner instanuy oecame onno Chincse icarned the art of war, 1 . 11.. .11 I ' in one- anu boon iom me moer other nation3 wouia llo we1l to tilSOa I f Ttvi iitiLTi' arid if mntiw rf kit i 111 UllllVl) 1 1 V- tHUIIJ in another battle a soldier had Ui,n, 3 T.,i,n i 'Vu.n e. e: burlincame A CO., H.ubiuh.di.oiorto.i866.B.Pi-b,1ior ji st sto ped to help a fallen Napoleon was right. Chicago Vwíñ1 comrade when a shell passed Tribune. WBfcSMllítü.! cm o. over histack. He fell forward ...ntril'ca T!t MOlboremr lo.d lou, luuviHUat.ii . writ lot term. ITIft-ITIS Lawraaa St.. Irttw, Ch II. CHAMBON DEALER IN General nercMisc Socorro,. New Mexico. RELIABLE ASSAYS. quite disabled, and for months IT happknkd in a dktg stokij. after he could not stand erect. "One day last winter a lady A curious accident of a similar I came to my drug store and asked kind happened to an American for a brand of cough medicine officer in the Cuban war. He that I did not have in stock," says was galloping across the field Mr. C. R. Grandin, the popular when a shell whirled past in front druggist of Ontario, N. Y. "She of him. His horse rolled over, was disappointed and wanted to and he himself became uncon- know what cough preparation I fumlj ijj scious. uo recovery he lound could recommend, i said to ncr that neither self nor steed had that I been wounded, and he knew that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy they had simply sustained a severe ele'tric shock. seldom fail to find the values o very high grade, and thc other is that nine-tenths of all th ores are concentrating ores. On can mine and concentrate three tons of ore for what it will cost to hand-sort one ton to make i high-grade shipping ore. Han sorting is an imperfect, slow an . , e . í expensive meiiiod oi co!icrura- tion, which, with the improved machines now in use, can be done better, quicker and at from oi- third to one-fourth thi cost." New Mexican. Hcotnis aTicrcr in the Jungle. From the Sportmin in India. Expecting to find a corpse we followed the tracks quietly for about 200 yards and then came upon a place where the tiger had evidently lain down and lost much blood. They cling to life with extraordinary tenacity. Again we followed the tracks and in the marshy ground thc fresh pugs (footmarks) aud water still oozing into them. We stole in line through the trees and grass up to some tall reeds, when our hearts stood still. Thcre was a spring with an nfuriated roar and, bounding through the cover with open mouth, his tail lashing his sides, his whole fur bristling, the tiger harged straight at us. Heavens! What an unloosed for moment! could see before me nothing but shadowy form, owing to the lightni ng speed of his movement a shadowy, striped form, with two large lumps of fire fixed upon us with an unmeaning stare as the beast rushed upon us. Such was the vision of a moment. Thc trees were so thick that I dared not shoot till he was close and 1 limly recollect, even then, think ing that everything hinged upon eepiug cool and killing him if possible. On he came. I fired straight at his chest at about fifteen yards distance, without moving at all, and then instinc tively almost miraculously I sprang to the left as the tiger himself sprang past us, so close that I found his blood splashed over my gnn barrels afterward. A fine grand square piano can be bought cheap. Apply to J. J. Leeson. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Liimi Oillce at Las Orneen, N. H.,) Octoher 2, 1900. f Notice U hereby plven that the follow liiU niuod ettlcr hai tiled notice of hla intention to make tinal proof ia support of li in chute, and that eaid proof will be made hi'fore U. r. Commissioner, at t'oouey, N . M., on Novemher 18, 1900, viz: Al K. Hardin, on lid. 2801, for tba unwj, w i n w i. see. 11 and n e n e J sec. 10 t. 12 f. t. 20 w. N. M. Mer. Ho names Ihe following witnesses to provu his eoniiniinus residence upon and cultivation of said hind, viz: Geo F. Willinms. of Graham, N. M.; R. I. Bipe, of Graham, N. M.; W. P. Goddard, of Graham. N. M. ; W. II. Uoddard, of Uruham, N. M. Emil Solighac. Register. The following is from the pen f a Missouri editor: 'Drink and the gang drinks with you, swear off and you go it alone, for the bar roo:n bum who drinks your ruin has a quenchless thirst of bis own. 1' east and your friends are many, fast and they cut you cold; tliey do not get mad if you treat thenl bad, so long as their stomachs are fed. Steal if you get a million, for then you can furnish bail; it's the great big thief who gets out on leave, where thc little ones go to jail Advertise and the dollars will come; quit and they fail to arrive; for how are men who have money to spend'going to know you are still alive." Notice ot Formt Knerv Lien Sclactlosb United Status Land Office. Sm ' P, New Mexico,! i1teniber 8, 1 Am. f Notice I liereby (tiren that W. A. Rogers, wlioe mt-tITU-e aririre la (Highland Hotel) Albniueriue, New Mexico, haa applied, ander the provlHionM of the Act of Cotifrreas approT4 June 4, 1 i, to select the following- described tract of land. In lion of land surrendered by liliu in the Gila River Forest Reservo, In th Trrritorr of New Mexico, to the United States, win A certain tract of nnnarrered public land. containing fortj aerea, which, when snrreved, as m'.-uly as can tie ascertained, will besttnatsd In Townxhlp One North of Range Three West f the New Mexico Principal llaaeand Meridian, nd within which forty acre tract Is located a certain aprlng of water commonly known as the Ojo dot Carbon which la in a small canyon atwnt three miles west of the confluence of said canyon with the Arroyo Salado, abont ons mils northwest from Bear Spring Canyon and about one and one-half miles east of tb road from Magdalena to Riley, New Mexico. A1m, a certain tract of unaurveyed pabilo lanl, containing forty acres, which, when sar Toyed, as nearly as can be ascertained, will ba situ.iU'c! in Township Ona North of Range Four Wext of the New Mexico Principal Basa and MiTidian, aud within which forty acre tract la located a certain spring of water commonly known as I.a Vaca, abont two mllea west oi tha road from Magdalena to Riley, New Mexico, on the east alow of the Bear Spring Mountains, about six miles south of the town of Santa Rita, and about four miles west of Ojo dl Carbon, Buth of which tracts of nnsurreyed pabilo latid are situate In the rejected prlvata land claim known a the "Antonio Chavea Grant; and both of which tracts are situate In tba S.inta Fe, New Mexico, Land District. Within the uuxt thirty daya from date hereof. protests of contests against this selection on the k ound that the land described, or any IMirtiou thereof, is more valuable for Its mineral than f ir aurlcultural purposes, will be received, and nuK-d for report to the Commissioner of the Geneial Land O nice. First publication Z'th day of September, A. 1). 1'AU. MANUEL K. OTERO, KegUtes, CM .AO I Gold and B1tt . . .75 Lead 40 Gold.silyer.copper 1.60 ara pies by mail rscalvs prosspt auentlun. Rich Ore and Bullion Bought. OGDEN ASSAY CO. 0 S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR CITARLES E. CHESTER. C. E. Bilyib Citt, N. M. Surveys for patent. V ''For three days and nights I suffered agony untold from an attack of cholera morbus brought on by eating cucumber, says M. h. Low the, clerk of the district court, Centerville,- Iowa. "I thought I should surely die, and tried a dozen different medicines but all to no purpose. I sent for a bottle of Chamberlain's A Good Joke On The Pastor. A minister down in Missouri s people too poor to nurchase hvmu books, says an could freely recommend , beinir offered the O t . r same book bv a patent medicine and that she could take a bottle hoUjje rrovi(lod they be allowed of the remedy and after giving it tQ h)scrt tlieir advertisement, ordered three dozen for the congregation, lie was elated on a fair trial if she did not lind it I worth the money to bring back the bottle and I would refund the price pajd. In thecourse of a day or two the lady came back in company with a friend in need of a cousrh medicine and advised her to buy a bottle of Cham berlain's Cough Remedy. I consider that a very good Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea doses relieved recommendation for thc remedy. rnri.rr,,-- Remedy and three mine sursers and enirlneerlDi work of me entirely. i nis remeoy is ior it is lorsaie uy j. iu. iioweii, pny s-lDil promptly atiende tu. gallon H or k apeplaky, l. isaieby A. lu. uoweii, oocorro; I oocorro; w. Y. Y J-iorrowdale, .Magdalena. 1 Magdalena, V IJorrowdak seeing them to find no ad in the same. The next Sunday he distributed the books, telling the people of his good fortune, and requested that they sing page 130. His chagrin may be linagin ed when tVy sang as follows: "Hark the' heavenly angels sing, Johnson's pills are justthe thing; the angels' voices meek and mild two for a itiuu ?nd one for a child." There are 120 firms in Germany engaged in the acetylene industry Most of thc burners are made at Nuremberg. There are no less than 2( small towns in Germany lighted by acetylene gas. The first plant of this kind for lighting small towns in Germany was erected at Hassfurt, a town of 2,500 inhabitants. Scientific American. NOTICE FUU PUBLICATION. Depart ini'Ut of tbo Interior, Lunil Olllre at Las Cruces, N. M., Oct. 11. 11)00, Notice Is hereby Riri that the follow Inu nanird settler Inn filed notice of hi intention to make liiiul proof in ciipt'iir of liis eluhn, un. I that said proof will be Hindu l.ffore L'. H. Court Commissioner, at Cooney K. II-, on No. 21. I dim), viz Asher Kmrrsoii, on 11a. No. 8100, for tli lots 17 ;ui(l IF see. t, and lots l.i and st.5. t. lis. rantro 15 w. N. M. Mer. He names tliu following wiloi'c-io to provu tub eont m ti in loMde-uce upon r.u luliu'ution nr siilfl I find, vi,: jiniiin Met lure, of I' ri-M'O, N. M ; Curb, Towel of Krinro. .. .ti.; ..ii . i -nn f r ot Kris, o, N M. I !. uve y '-. - V. I"r:3i o, . M. y.MIL bOUdN'AC, itojiibl-jr. WE LIKE CHANGE In our home decorations. A Mahogany or Oak color al ways gives the wood-work of a room a good appearance. Over old paint or new wood The Sherwin-Wiluaus Varnish Staui produces good results. It stains and varnishes at the same time. Is made in Oak, Cherry, Mahogany, Rose wood, Walnut, Ebony. You will be surprised at the easa with which you can entirely change the appearance of your room. Let us tell you some good things we knoijr about the Stain. SOLD BY J. . UALimitttiE Socorro, - . New tlcxjfo. \n\n Socorro. Socorro, N. M. n.-.c..ii-r, ui.jiHi inn-esses, liiit-uniaiisni isoueu liincrilett. ana exnoaiin tannitinnrml-l want nf nmrwm into the rranrwitn his V menester t , n,,.. r.Knrt. I4IO-I St., Dea sr. Calo.