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J F. K'l'ONG, I'll VaJC IAN AMI St KG ICON. OfTo e: Cori.ír of McCutchcn avenue and Pork street, writ side court house plaza. Socorro, - New Mexico, JjK. M. A. SAYLKK, D.D.S., hi.::tai. svkgkon. Office over post-office. Socorro, - - New Mexico. DR. SWISHER, (Graduate of the University of New York City, 1S76, and former U. S. Examining burgeon.) Socorro, New Mexico. A TRIP TO EUROPE. J V. CLANCY, ATTOK NEY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, N. M. U. M. DOUGUEKTY, AfTOKNET AT I.W. 80101ro, - New Mexico. V. 15. CI1ILDKRS, ATI Oil SKY AT LAV, Albuquerque, N. 11. ELFKU'J U.VCA, ATIOUNEY AT LAW, Socorro. New Mexico. Will practice in all Courts. Y. II. WISTKR, ArroK.NKY and Colnulou at Law W ill practice In Ml the Courts. Snumro, ' New Mexico. KKISNAUD S. liODEY ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. H AM IJrnc!u of t'je prnctice (attended 10 J. KORNITZUR, PHYSICIAN AND SUBGKON. ' ÜíTice at Residence. jamks o. fitch ATTORNEY AT LAW, Pacorro, I '.I, Office u Terry Hiock. . Kit EUAN & C A MESON ATVOKNUYS AT LAW Carlel.ad, N- M Will practice U all Hie Courts. jjR. C. G, DUNCAN. Physician and Surgeon, Office east side I'laza. Socorro, - - - - N. M. Jj E. KITTRELL, Dentist. Offices Socorro, Abcytia Block; .San Marcial, Harvey House. E. E. BURLINGAME & CO., ASSAY OFFICE nd laboratory Katabll.hedls eolotd.18A6. Batnplesby sllor CoiicwtntI TtStt ""iSWr J5SJ- ITSf-ITSS Lmwm St.. Dsarsr, C.I-. II. (JIÍAMIÍON - DEALKE I.N- Mni.nrnl TTnrnh UDLUIC1 HOlbUSUU ri ifiv nrri Í Socorro, Now Mexico. RELIABLE ASSAYS. O' 1 1 ....$ .r0 I Gold mid Bilvir. . .75 Lead M Uj'd, silver copprr 1.50 Sample, by null receive piompt attention. Rith Ores and Bullion Bought. OGDEN ASSAY CO. 1429-16 Si, Denver, Culo. 0. S. DEPUTY MIKERAL SURVEYOR. ClIAULI' S E. CIIESTEIl, O. E. tín.vKU City, N. M. Surveys for piteut. Underground mine mirtcys and engliiHiiring work of any kind promptly uttcuded to. Irri j; ilion work a hprcially. A snap. A 7 room house and 3 acres of land two blocks from the court house all set in fruit trees. A v to J. J. Ieson. natwrmat r m ! Cork, Blarney Castle, and the Blarney Stone. (Juccnstown, or Cove, as it was called in early days, is in the southeastern part of Ireland on the slope of a hill which extends down to a large bay. Most of the business houses are on one street parallel with the water's edge and about H0 feet back from it. The rest of the streets and alleys are narrow and wind irregularly over the hills. This 15th day of August is a great church day, Corpus Christi, and, nearly all the inhabitants being of the Catholic faith, the cathedral is the center of attrac tion. This cathedral is said to be one of the finest in all Ireland. It is also said to ha've been built largely by donations from the Irish servant girls of America. The cathedral was so crowded this day that many were seen kneeling and worshipping out side. These people arc very devout. On the street we soon realize that we are in the foreign coun try that Paddy colls home. Irish wit, brogue, and business methods are noticed everywhere. One's attention is attracted by the famous Irish jaunting cart, a two wheeled vehicle drawn by one small horse, for conveying passengers. Nearly all street business is done on carts, general ly drawn by donkeys. These patient little animals seem to understand Mickey's brogue per fectly. Hotels, business houses, and drinking bars are run by healthy, rosy-checked Irish gi-ls who have constantly on hand a stock of Irish wit and humor, and can deal it out in such doses as to set your head in a whirl quicker than the "tanglc-foct" sold from b-kir.d the bar. They are always ready, however, to deal you up "Iieiand's b.vit" with a sr.tik: a::l joke that will make you think you are drinking langhing whis key. Queenstown, situated on the side of a high hill, presents a beautiful appearance as one approaches it from the sea. Here mail and express for nearly all Ireland is unloaded. Trains are in waiting to rush the mails to Cork and Dublin. Cork, a city of 80,000 people, is situated on the river Lee only a few hours run from Queenstown. The history of the city dates Jback to the sixth century. Here in early days a monastic school founded by Saint Finn Barr be came the most famous school in all Ireland. The principal streets of Cork are Patrick street, which is crescent shaped and contains a fine statue of Father Matthews, Grand Parade street, and South Mall. . r Cork is noted for its many fine churches and cathedrals. The most noted of these are the church of the Holy Trinity, founded by the Rev. Theolold Matthews, the apostle of tem perance, in 1332; Saint Finn Barr's cathedral, destroyed several times but completed in its .present beautiful form in 1880 at a cost of 100,000; Shandon church, with its fine chime of bells; Sain Peter's, aud Saint Paul's churches, and many others of note. On the whole, Cork is a fine city with its many fine streets, parks, walks, and drives. No tourist thinks his trip complete without seeing the famous Blarney castle and watch ing the "tenderfoot" kiss the Blarney stone. Blarney castle is about five miles from Cork in the midst of a beautiful rolling country. From the top of the castle a fine view is had. This castle was built in the 15th century by Carmac McCarthy and was at the time the strongest fortress in the country. It is about 65 by 85 feet and 160 feet hih at its highest point. Much of it is still in good order. The cement which holds the rock to gether is said to have been niixec with bullock's blood, which makes it as hard as the rock itself. At the top of the main wall projec tions containing portholes were extended outward about IS inches. From J hi 3 overhanging wall rocks and other heavy materials could be dropped a hundred feet upon an enemy storming the castle. At the lower edge of this projecting wall is a stone ten inches thick, a foot wide, and four feet long suspended by two iron bars. This is the famous Blarney store, the kissing of which "leads on to fortune, oratory, and renown," as Paddy says. Thousands risk their lives in reaching over the chasm to kiss this famous stone. We would think that in this age of enlightenment foolishness of this kind would no longer be practised. But it is, nevertheless. There are. several large caves a short distance from the base of the castle which very few care to explore. They are said to have ten places of safety formerly. From Blarney castle we are driven back to Cork. As we pass farm houses we are followed by urchins calling out, "Ha'penny, ha'penny, ho! A ha'penny for a tussle," meaning that if you will toss a penny among them they will scramble over each other in the road to see who gets the coin. From Cork, and the Corkers, we take our leave for Killarny and its beautiful lakes, the noted summer resort of Ireland, 75 miles to the westward. There are some fine castles close by Killarny and som; good drives, though but little in the city itself to interest the traveler. Killarny has a population of only a few thousand people yet there are 82 saloons ana, our landlord told us, 82 police officers. What a fine field for a zealous temperance worker to turn himself loose inl The 'things of greatest interest here are the lakes and the Gap of Donloc. The trip tu these natural attractions is made in one day. We left the hotel early in the morning on a jaunting cart and after a 10-mile drive came to the foot of the mountains and tlie en trance of the Gap. While on this drive I was heard humming the old song, "My father and mother were Irish and I was Irish, too. They kept the cow in the kitchen and that was Irish, too, etc, etc." The river turned to me and said, "And wad yez caire to see thi loikc3 of it?" We all answered, "Yes." So the next house we came to, the driver stopped and said, "Gwin andseefuryersilves." We did so and sure enough found the old song true. The cow and the goat occupied their respective corners of the large room. The chickens had their place by the window. The cat and dog slept on the foot of the bed or by the fireplace. The pigs, which pay the rent, slept under the bed. The dog acted as policeman and saw that every member of the household kept his place. Talk about a happy familyl I wish you could have seen mistress cow of a winter's evening, her face to the blazing fireplace, eyesclosed, ears droop ing, chewing her cud, the most contended and peaceful looking animal on four legs. And the good natured housewife looked so sweet and contended that I thought a pair of wings the mo it appropriate gift that Santa Claus could bring her. W. II. Bvekts. Cookbooks ni.tlcadlng There. "We have little use for cook lxoks in our town," said the man from All uqucrqiie, New Mexico. "Why, don't you cat?" he was asked. "Yes," he answered, "and that's why we do not use them. If we did everything would be cooked wrong." "How's that?" "Well, you sec, we arc so high up." "I don't understand." "We are nearly 5.000 feet above sea level almost a mile, Water; normally boils at 212 degrees; with us it boils at 202 degrees. Consequently everything cooks slower with us than in places lower down. The cookbooks arc based on the normal degrees of heat and cold effect. They are useless to us; we have to make up our own recipes. Farinaceous food, like, like beans, corn, and such, has to be left a long time in water, or it is moisttireless when we go to eat it. We have to modify our recipes as to eggs, baking powder, and the like, too." " This may explain, if followed up, some failures in cooking in the way that "mother used to do." The hint is recommended to brides for trial on their husbands. Find out where moth er used to live, Kansas City Journal. LA OKIPPR m'ICKI.Y CfSKD. "In the winter of lSVSand 18'W I was taken down with a severe attack" of what is called La Grippe" says F. L. Hcwett, a prominent druggist of Winfield, 111. "The only medicine I used was two bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy. It broke up the cold and stopped ihecoughing like magic, and I have not since been troubled with Grippe." Cham berlain's Cough Kemedy can al ways be depended upon to break up a severe cold and ward oil any threatened attack of pneumonia. It is pleasant to take, too, which makes it the most desirable and one of the most popular prepara tions use for these ailments. For sale by A. K. Howell, Socor ro; W. W. Borrowdile, Magdalena. Ed let Agruiust Ltm;j Skirts The local board of health 1 one of the di stricts of Vienna has placed placards in all the public gardens and parks directing the women who visit these places to hold up their skirts if they '.rail upon thi ground. The notice states that as these inclosures are devoted to the recreation of persons desirous of escaping from the dusty town the authorities forbid dust to be swept there into heaps by trailing skirts. Medical Record. EDZETJ3A'3 ' itch is Toanits. Eczema is caused by an acid humor in the blood coining ia contact with the akin and producing great redness and in flammation ; little piutulsr eruptions form and discbarge thin, sticky fluid, which dries and scales off ; sometimes the skiu is hard, dry and fissured. J-Wema in any form is a tormenting, stubborn disease, and th itching and burning at times are almost unbearable; the acid burning humor seems to ooze out and set the skiu on fire. Salves, washes nor .other exter nal applications do any rear good, for as lonjj os the poison remains in the blood it will keep the skin irritated. DAD FORM OF TETTER. WORKING OVEHTIMK. Fight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little workers- Dr. King's New Life Pills. Million are always at work, night and day, curing indigestion, bilious ness, constipation, sick headache and all stomach, liver am bowel troubles. Easy, pleasant, safe, sure. Only 25c at all druggists. W. W. Borrowdale, Magdalena, drug store. Subscribe for Tin; CmriTAix. " I'nr three yrars I h.l Tetter on my hnlii, whkh cnu.eU th-in to swell tu twice thrir natural aiie. I'.rt of the time the diarawt wa. m the lot in of run ntng aorea, very pain ful, and caufting me miieli rlihcmi tort Fimr doi-lms Miiti tlie Tttirr hail pn'KrMel mo far tu t-e etllrd, and tliry COUitl (1 I H'tltÍM fo me. 1 ( aik only three U.lllea of S. 8. 8. a cut w.t, compli-lely cute.!. 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F.atoii and the New Mexli-41 H:tielti:i? and Kelinlutr Conipan v, in Hie above entitled Court, by ald Nentor 1. K.iton, jilainlitf, to recover jtnltf meni ar"i'ti jid alu-r Crane and John P. Owens lor tin nmontut aeterally at.iled in the complaint, ninkiiiu a total ku.ii of mIx hun dred ami tweiity-ttve und 2Ó-MO dollar, and In tereat, tou'i'lher 1. ilh coHt. ot Hutt, tm'lutliujr s reawoiial.le attorney, foe and the .urn of ae-n-tv-hve dollar, to cover tho amounts expended lor preMi ntf. recordi'.! ir and fíhttir the wix lien, hereinafter refeir-d to, nnd plaintiff anlt. t ia! .aid ainounlN lede lared a lien Ujrt a certain HnieUiriK- plant or reduction woilot, building und mat einerv loca'ed almtit 4ue.ounh of a mile aouth of t'te Crai.hic .inciter and abou ..in' iluic tn-.l I the tow n ol helly, Maudalcna nii.iiiiir district, Socorro County, New Mexico, tciid Hineltimf plant Im-Iiiu- located 4111 a null .ite located by K. W. K.iton Iti 1 iM a. attorney-ln-tacl f..r Joseph I. I'.alon. Plalntilf'H claim I. founded UKa aix llena dulv aMined to him an IoIIouh: 0:u for one li.iuitn-l d.ol.i.s 0.1 a.'C.Ml.it of labor performed l.v W illi. on II. hrittc usictic; one í..r foity-H. -ven 1111I '.ill d.ill.iri, and in li ,-( on acco'ipt of I linr jmt lornnd bv Jn.in J. .we Tori. ; one P.r f..n lour atol tyi 1 n dol lar, an. 1 intercut 011 a.vount ot mateit.tlM lur lii..hel h- !-.riti-.!'t 1'. II. til, vfio U doltt.r bait llc.iH uinl.-r the it. .me ol Allot, uetotte t'.iuu.trv and M .h It i ni- U o. I, ; ooe ..( 1 L11.1.I1..I ami htxatoli I'V itll.t .1101 ini.-i.-M on ac ount of niitl.f i..N Iniiti-lo-.l I-. Ii.l.l L.-ntpl-e; toie lor ioru -ee.t-ti a:.. I !' l'i. doll.o. and Int. t.-.l on ttccoitat of l.itior p.-t 101 noil t. t,:tHt.t 'h-I-k-'ll; atl'l one lot the stctt of so ve., ly -ei ri and IdM'H dollarK. on acct.itttt of I i.o' done and pel t..t tiled hv Willi. 1111 J. i.a;t,'.-. h.ii.l iln finí ml i. hiiili c itotiM.'d that un!.-,:, lie ettfi hl-i .ii'ikmi ' ote iti 1 d c , it no 0,1 or be fore the I th l.,v of M tu it, a. Ii. l'o, tul r ntettt will be ron.K-ir.l a.Miu.t In in in k.uU can-e b.- dt'l.tull. l'l.tiitttil 'm attoi nt-v In II. M. l..lii'h.-rfv.W'lloHe 1X1 olio e addict.. K Socci ro. N.-w M.-ttii o. J I H I X K. t. Kit I t I II, I I. ta 1 I .ud Coutt Jersey Cows I'.ir Salt', Three Jersey cows for sale. Will be fresh in January. Address A. II. Hii.to.v, San Antonio, N'ew Me:;ico. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Dhpahtmknt oh tur Intrriok, Land Office at Las Cruces, N. M. I January 14, 1901. Notice is hereby nven that the fol lowing named settler has hied notice of his intention to make, final proof ia support of his claim, and that aaid proof will be made before U. S. Court Commissioner, at Cooney, N. M., 011 February 28, lnoi, fr the w nw and nw' swl-4, section 24 p. 11 ., r. 2D w. Ilomestead No. 2S8, viz: v'l.tu.l XI. She'.!. in, Socorro, N. Mea. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, vii: Timothy Lock wood, of Graham, N. M.; Elijah A. Hipe, of Graham, N. M.; Win. M. Howard, of Graham, N. M. Tlios. F. Cooney, of Cooney, N. M. Emu. Souünac. Register. THE BUnLIIIGTOII ROUTE GREAT TRAINS. Denver Northwest The "Hurling-ton-Northern I'acihc Express," lor the lllack H.lls, Wyoming, Montana, Spokane, Tricoma, Seattle, I'ortland. Denver l;ast - The c. I. 'n-ated hi cago and St. Louis Limited Flyer No. ó; iti so night train No. 2. The Hiirlington is the main traveled road Denver to the east. Kai.oU.i City North. Two f i'n traiiu daily to Omaha, St Paul. Kansas City to Chicejo. Th famous "Eli." Kansas City to St. Louis. Twq f.u.t trains tl.ttl v, The highest i;'itl.'of wide vestibuled, PiiitHCh-lignteil enuiptni'iit. Write f ir descriptive matter, ratea au l information. C. l. BfCrCH, t. W. WAKTLrV. I . I'. A., j.o .s i.llard lll.l f., I. .11 I I.m. A(l, O.CiA., T,M. t.w... ay, HOWAHO ELLIOTT. lien tal Mauser, f tuv ,, mo