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DR. SWISHER, New S. (Graduate of the University of York City. 1876, aud former U Examining Surgeon.) Socorro, - New Mexico. )R. C. G. DUNCAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. O Hice cast side Plaza. Socorro, - - New Mexico. T KORNITZEK, l PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Socorro, - - New Mexico. jjR. M. A. SAYLER, D.D.S., Dental Surgeon. Office over post-office. Socorro, - - New Mexico. J K. KITTRELL, Dentist. Offices Socorro, A bey ta Block; San Marcial, Ilarvev House. M. DOUGHERTY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. JAMES G. FITCH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Óflice in Terrv Block. New Mexico. 1 W.-HJO HACA, V T.V.V. New Mexico, JREEMAN & CAMERON, ATTORNEYS AT UW. Carlsbad, - - New Mexico. II. WINTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. B- CIIILDEKS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, - New Mexico. H. CHAMBON DEALER IN General s Merchandise SOCORRO, - N. M. S. DEPUIY MINERAL SURVEYOR. 1. "JARLES E. CHESTER. C. E. Silvkk City, N. M. rt.irveya for patent. 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By the use of land scrip perfect title can be had to any govern ment land open to settlement at roa:i;il)lc price.. We pay high est irur! price for forest reserve ).i luis. Wrile lor particulars. Seat tlf. Vi'ali., I Denver, Colo., Pacific Block. I Boston Block. NOTICK. I the undersigned hereby give rotictf that no permm or persons bhall be authorized or empowered to handle or take into his or their care or possession any sheep be longing to me. A part of my .heep are marked in the right far thus CvX3 at,J tlie R'st Lear ear marks thus right ear 0r'0 Jfeft ear- Elisico Sanchez, Moscow-Tie Czar's Palace, ttta Big gest Bell in the World, John the Terrible, t Cold Climate, Russian Customs. I leave St Petersburg on the early train that I may seemore of the interior of Russia. I am surprised to see a nation so great in numbers and physical strength so much behind other nations in almost everything except churches and paintings; also toseesomuch of the country not cultivated but growing in scrubby brush and timber, and what farming there is done in so miserable a way. The small towns that we pass through have the appearance of poverty. The houses arc thatched with straw, have only one loor, and scarcely any light. There arc dirt floors aud old-fashioned fireplaces. Thousands of people in this country have never seen such a thing as a stove. The little furniture there is has been hewn from the tree with an ax. Much of the year the people barefoot and scantily clad. winter they arc protected from the severe cold of that country by sheen skin clothing, the wool worn next the body. Every vil lage, large or small, is blessed with one or more large golden domed churches. The wealth of the place lies within this church. The soil produces well considering the miserable way in which it is farmed. If the owners of the land would furnish modern machinery and assist the poorin theirefforts they would be well paid, besides doing much to elevate their countrymen. We reach Moscow, the largest anl most interesting city in Russia, at 1! o'clock p. m. This is the old capital. Here all the Czars have been crowned and here is the home of the royalty and wealth of Russia. The city claims a population of over two millions. 1 he place of great interest in Moscow is the Krom mel. It is on an elevated piece of ground 50 or more acres in ex tent. It is close to the Moscow river and is enclosed in a brick wall 25 feet high and 30 feet thick at the top. Some of the objects of interest within this wall are the Czar's palace, art galleries. and museums; six large golden domed churches; a memorial to Alexander II, costing two mil lions of dollars; several large government buildiags; the Czar bell, the largest on earth; and several thousand cannon that were captured from the French nearly a hundred years ago, The first thing that attracted my attention on entering the Krommel was a line of cannon about a third of a mile long. It was a great sight as the morning's sun shone on these guns. Atone end ot the row was the l.zar can non, the largest made. The gun weighs forty tons and fires a ball weighing four thousand pounds, I seemed to have no trouble to crawl into the mouth of this can non. The outside of it as well as the carriage on which it ismoun ted are beautifully figured. xsext l come to the czar Dell, a good sized pocket piece. It weighs only two hundred tons, is fifteen feet high, twelve feet in diameter at the mouth, and eighteen inches thick. There are two of these bells. One lies broken on the ground beside the church. As they were putting it into the belfry the machinery gave way. It fell to the ground and a piece weighing several tons was broken out. The bell long lay half buried in the ground but was finally exhumed and placed on a rock foundation. The piece that was broken out still lies by its side. - On the breaking of the first, anew bell of the same size was ordered. This was care fully placed in the belfry where it now hangs. The hammer of this bell is nearly sixteen inches in diameter. It requires the uni ted strength of .ten men to swing the hammer from side to side and ring the bell, the bell itself being of course stationary, But when she does ring, the birds rice, the fishes seek the deepest waters, the leaves on the trees tremble, and it seems as though the walls oí the building were put in motion. I he tremendous tones have ofteu been heard twenty miles away. The bell is not often rung but when it is rung the fact is not kept secret. In this same church are many other bells weighing tons each, and still more small ones. On certain occasions they ull are set ringing at the sanie time. I imagine it would be hard work to keep one's teeth from dancing at uch a time The next place of interest I visited was. the Czar's palace This was built several hundred venrs aio and. vas i .yiiii Jered very large and grand at the time. Modern palaces outdo it in every respect. Some of the ceiling in the Queer shaped rooms are low. Other rooms are nearly two hun dred feet long and have a ceiling from forty to sixty feet high, all in white and gold. I note the great size of the golden chande liers. There are large paintings in heavy gold frames of members of the royal family. The furniture looks as though it were all made of solid gold. The winter garden is on the second floor, not very large, and contains mostly tropical plants, trees and fruits. I visit the church that is tamous for its many and queer shaped domes, no two alike. It is claimed that the plans of these domes arc lost and cannot be reproduced. Fortunes are offered for duplicates of them but so far none have been produced. There arc no large rooms in this church. There are many small ones each having holy pictures. A Russian and I were escorted through the build- ng together. My side partner was in almost constant prayer and crossing himself. He often kissed the floor, the sides ot the doorway, the feet of the pictures of Christ, and the altar. I here are many shrines and altars in this church, all in gold. The church is known as Mockba and I was told that it takes ten priests to run its iieavenly machinery. This place I have described is also known in history as "The Bloody Place." It took this name from the flow of human blood spilled by John the Terrible, who once ruled Kussia. lie naa a platform built near the church where he would sit and view the executions and the flow of the blood of the many whom he sentenced to death. If he imagi ned that any were not in strict sympathy with his torni ol government he had them behead ed. John had a large personal guard to watch over him day and night to prevent his being killed. His reign was one of bloodshed and crime. Moscow is much scattered. One might travel a month and not see it all. lhere are now a lew factories here. A school system is being established all over Rus sia. l he great urawoacK 10 tnc county is lack of education. Kussia has a vervhard climate. It is extremely cold in winter and extremely hot in summer. The rich have resorts, but the poor must stand the extremes of temperature or fall by the way side. Houses are here built as warm as possible. The. doors and wiudows are double with cotton and putty around the edges. They are ceiled tight in the fall and are not opened until April or May. There is no doubt but that lack of ventilation and tea-drink ing are the cause of the much headache in Kussia. l he rich lunch and dine from five to eight times a dar. The large hotels are run on the same plan as the French hotels in Paris. Much of Europe, the English and Scotch excepted, apes the French. The waiters in this hotels are very numerous, all in white with red sashes. They range in age from ten to seventy-five years and in weiiht from sixtv-hve to two hundred pounds. These hote servants are paid no wages. You are often reminded by them that their livelihood depends on your ( onitions. The wealthy Russian is a very lealous, suspicious, narrow per son. He cannot cope with the foreigner, therefore he keeps the foreigner out. A word against the Czar or the government is likely to be followed by a life sentence in prison. Intoxicating drink is one of the greatest evils of Russia. I shall always tee very grateful toonePaul Naumoff, a Russian of nobility and wealth, a lawyer by profession, whose acquaintance I made on my way to Moscow. I am much indebted to his kindness in showing me Moscow and giving me much o the history of Russia and the customs, habits, and ways of her people. I visited and dined at his home daily. He is one of the few Russians who are noble hearted refined and learned. Ouite a number of the streeti of Moscow have horse cars, but most of the travel through this large city is in low cabs, fare from ten to twenty-five cents. The Moscow river, divided and flowing through different parts of the city, furnishes the water supply. Nearly all water for fam ily use is' carried, often many blocks, from the river or from wells. Water is sometimes peddled from wagons. Wheat is threshed with animals and ground by means of the old fashioned wind mills. I visited the markets and found that very little fruit is raised in Russia. the people is mostly devoted to raising cabbage, beets, potato:, and geese by the thousands. Sabastapol and Odessa next week. I. Bykrts, READ IT IN HIS MRWSPAPKK. George Schaub, a well known German citizen of New Lebanon, Ohio, is a constant reader of the Dayton Volkszeitung. He knows that this paper aims to advertise only the best in its columns, and when he saw Chamberlain's Pain Balm advertised therein for lame back, he did not hesitate in buy ing a bottle of it for his wife, who for eight weeks had suffered with the most terrible pains in her back and could get no relief. He says: "After using the Pain Balm for a few days my wife said to me, 'I feel as though born anew,' and before using the entire contents of the bottle the unbearable pains had entirely vanished and she could again take up her household duties." He is very thankful and hopes that all suffering likewise will hear of her wonderful recovery. This valuable liniment is for sale by A. E. Howell, Socorro; W. W. Borrowdale, Magdalena. (:-.-, ; v SOLD BY WHEN YOU PAINT If you desire the very best results at r thc least expense I you will use ... 1 THE Shewin-Wiluams Paint. ' J. C. BALDRIDGE, soconao, h. m. DO YOU WANT LANDS? Korea t Reserve Lien Rihta and 8oldiert' Additional Scrip will title public land at moderate cost. We have had larpe experience In locating these acrip for tockmen and lumbermen. From 40 aerea up. Title frnaranteed. We handle all elaases of Land Scripa. Write for particular. Reference: Union Bank and Trunt Co., Helena, Montana. THE COLLINS LAND COMPANY. Aliunde BnllOlnr, Wnrhlnf tin, I. '-, or HHrna, Moaitnm. His tint Wi Only Marriage Fee Ten Cent. The smallest marriage fee on record was earned yesterday by Justice Hoos of Jersey City, when he united Kate Blarryjawski and Stephen Kovalsky. It was the justice s nrst marriage ceremony and he had promised to spend his first fee in treating friends. At the conclusion of the ceremony the bridegroom slipped a coin into the magistrate's hand and departed with his bride Justice Hoos asked his friends to adjourn to a refreshment place and then glanced at the coin. It was a battered ten-cent piece SKVKN YEAKS IN B1U). "Will wonders ever cease?" inquire the mends of Mrs. L, Pease, of Lawrence, Kan. They knew she had been unable to leave her bed in seven years on account of kidney and liver trouble. nervous prostration and genera debility; but, "Three bottles o Electric Bitters enabled me to walk," she writes, "and in three months I felt like a new person. Women suffering from headache, backache, nervousness, sleepless ness, melancholy, tainting ana dizzy spells will find it a priceless blessing. Try it. Satisfaction is guaranteed. Only 50c. at all druggists, W. W. Borrowdale, Magdalena. SEASIDE EXCURSIONS. Commencing May 16th and every Thursday threafter till August 20th round trip tickets, good for 90 days, will be sold to San Francisco for $55; Los Angeles for $35; Redondo Beach for $35 banta Monica tor td; ban Diego for $35. Thos. Jaquks, Santa Fe Agt HOW TO AVOID TROUBLE. Now is the time to provide yourself and family with a lottle f Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is al most certain to be needed before the summer is over, and if procured now may save you a trip to town in the night or in your busiest season. It is everywhere admitted to be the most successful medicine in use for bowel complaints, both for children and adults. No family can allord to be without it. For sale by A. E. Iowell, Socorro; W. W. Borrow dale, Magdalena. raen me Elair.Fens accompanied bf tnucout patchea in the mouth, erup tions on the akin, ore throat, copper colored tplotchea, ot swollen glands, achine muscles tr:l and bones, the disease is making rapid headway, and far worse symptoms will follow unless the blood is promp-.ly and effectually cleansed of this violent destructive poison. S. S. S. is the only safe and Infallible cure for this disease, the only antidota for this specific poon. It cures tne worst cases thoroughly and permanently , Pt.nn. I tried f M Nft WAPlf. Ihr docto, but ... " " their (rratmrnt le no toe my h.lr did me no food ; I was (eltlu( wort all I be ulc tlinwlaml nwuth, my body im ; r ram out, No. 3221 F.l'ARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, Crnrral Land Office, Wanhltiirlun, 1). C, April l', 1'1. Notice in hereby ifivea 4uU srnlril ti'U diret-iid to the ComaiiHioiier of the eni'i;il I,.tnd Office will be rccelred by tbe Re ceiver ul the United State Land Ofllce at Las Cruces, New Mexico, up to and Including tbe Un, I dar of June, t ul, (or the purcliaM audcr tbe provision of the Act of June., UTT 'M Stat., 34jO(j, ot all dead timber noand enoairh for fael, and a nufrtclfnt quantity of mature living tlm ber to make with the dead timber TUu cord of wood, to be cut and taken from a tract of uu urrered land about 4U .TariU In length, ou the south side ot Red Canon and ex tending south to the Hummlt of the moan- tain lying on the south of said canon, within the limit of the Cila Rler Forest Re serve, New Mexico. No bid of Ifhs than $ .25 per cord will be considered, and a deposit of ikV'.OU with the Receiver must accompany each bid. The timber will be cut and removed under the direction and iMipervl.lua of th. Forest Superrior, or some officer designated by him, and nonti will be cut until marked and designat ed by the officer In charge, and no timber will be removed nntll paid fot In full. No living timber 1cm than 10 Inches In diameter will be allowed tu be cut. All of every tree cut must be atlliied aud tbe brnnh and rubbish mum be tfnpoKed of under the direction of the officer In charge. Timber oa Talld mining or other claims exempted front sale. Tlmtier not sold may be .old at private .ale at not less than the appraised value, on application made within one year from date tixed lor tiling bias. Purchasers failing to remove all timber award ed within one year forfeit purchase money and right to timber unremoved. The right I. re served to reject any and all bid. IIinuks Hksmann, Commissioner. Sot ice of Suit. In the District Conrt of the Fifth i Judicial District of the Territory of New Mexico, within aud for the Coun ty of Socorro. Mandell Brothcra A Compa- ) ny, a hrm comixmetl of M. Mandell. K. Maiult-U and Kelix Mandell, Plaintiff h, v. Phillip Ilach, Jr., and Mary Ii. Henderson, Defendant. The alxive named deenflant are hereby notified that a Hiiit ha been commenced against them in the said District I'ourt by the above named plaintiff, pra y in i; that the ituliiient and decree of said Court in dismissing civil cas? No. 2,'3t lately pending iu said Court, be set aside, that t lie com plaint filed in this cause tie considered as in the nature of a bill of review; that the judgment heretofore rendered in favor of the said plaintiffs for fhe Ktim of $1464.34, with interest aud costs, against said Phillip Bach, Jr., in said Court, may be revived; that the said defendant's interest in the follow ing minino; claims, situated in the Cooney Mining District in the County of Socorro and Territory of New Mex ico, to-wit: "The Moose mine," the "Iron Crown Mine," "The Iron Bar Mine," the "Iron Cross Mine" and the "Iron Cross" and "Iron Crown" mill sites may be decreed to be subjected to the payment of said plaintiff's judgment, and that in default of pay ment thereof that the said interest of the said defendant, Phillip Bach, Jr., in and to the same may tie sold to satisfy said judgment, and that plaintiff may have such other and further relief in the premises as equity may require. That unless said defendants enter their appearance in this cause on or before the first day of August, A. D. 1901, judgment by default therein will be rendered against them. Plaintiff's attorney isW. B. Childera, whose post oflice address is Albuquer que, New Mexico. (Seal) John E. Griffith, Clerk of said District Court. ers six was slinoat covered with copper colored rmlotrhea and onen.lv sores. I suffered severely from rheumatic pains In siy shoulders sod srms. My condition could hare been no worse : only those sfUIrlcd ss I was esa understand my snúennis. I had snout lost sll hops of ever bung welt sgatu wbt 1 fleoaeu to try B. B. n tint must confess I bad little faith left in Say sneticine. After taking tb third bottle I nol iced s rnsnre in my condi tion. This w truly en couraging, snd I deter miucd to give I, 1 I I thorough Tris I. From that liineontbelmprove Di.nl was rapid I S. rV H. seenicd la Iihvc the dis- control: the sores snd A leers healed snd I was! soon free from sil sigas 'i i of the dlanrder : 1 lisve been stiong snd healthy eve .'Hnre. L. W. (SMITH. Lock lloxOil, Nublesvilte, loa. is the only purely vege. table blood purifier known. ,1,000 it offered for proof that It contains a particle of mercury, potash or other miners! poison. Send for our free book on Mood Poison ; It contains valuable information about The energy of! this diseaae, with full directions for sell n a.,-?J, treatmeuU' We charge nothing for D'stU" Cul sdvk-e 1 cure yourself at home, a the iffirT ificirtc co., Tti, 4 j eV- mJ Notice to Bond Holder of Socorro County. New Mexico, of (lie Issues of (lie Yean of 18S.Í and 1SS1I. To the holders of Socorro county, New Mexico, bonds, numbers 1 to 151, both inclusive, for $100.00 each, and numbers 301 to 330, both inclusive, for $500.00 each, and numbers 1 to 13, lioth inclusive, for ácVX).(K) each, and numliera 331 to 34S, both inclusive, for $1000 each, and numbers 1 to 4'), both in clusive, for $1000 each, together with the unused coupons thereon, issued in pursuance of an act of the legislative assembly of the terriiory of New Mex ico, entitled, "An Act to provide for the funding of the indebtedness of the counties," approved March 2'rth, 1884, by Socorro county, New Mexico, on the 1st day of January, 1885, which said bonds were made payable at the pleasure of the said Socorro county. New Mexico, ten years after their date and absolutely due and pay able twenty years after their date; also to the holders of Socorro countr, New Mexico, bonds numbers 1 to Í7, both inclusive, series A., for $1000 each, and numbers 1 to 3'), both inclusive, aeries B., for $500.00 each, numbers 1 to 22, both inclusive, series C, for $100.00 each, and numlera 1 to 60. tith in clusive, for $100.00 each, together with the unused coupons thereon, issued in pursuance of an act of the legislative assembly of the territory of New Mex ico entitled, "An Act to authorize tbe fundinir of countr indebtedness, and for other purposes," approved Febru ary l'th, A. D. 1880, by Socorrocounty, New Mexico, ou the 1st flay of July, A. D. 188S), which aaid bonds were pay able at the pleauurc of the said Socorro county teu years after their date and absolutely due and payable thirty years after their date: You, and each and all of you holding any of the said bonds, are hereby notified to present the same for payment at the oflice of the county treasurer of said county in the city of Socorro, New Mexico, or at the First National )l;nk in the City of New York, state of New York, on the 1st day of July, A. D. 1'tOl; and iu cae of failure to present the said bonds for payment, interest will cease thereon. Ily order of the Board of County Commissioners of Socorro County, New Mexico. Witness mv hand and ofllcial seal. (Seal) IIkhmknk G. Baca, Clerk of Board of County Commission ers, Socorro comity, New Mexico. Amh AN AUltVT", Treasurer of Socorro county New !. Mot ico. May 1. KOI. fttWrir." for Ttir. CniriTAitt. Sure He Was IrMi. "Why do you think this mati who almost drove over you was Irish?" "Because I threatened to lick him." "Well?" "Well, instead of driving on about his business, he got down from his wagon and wanted to fight." Chicago Times-Herald. Keep Your Bowels Strong. Constipation or diarrluea when your bowels are out of order. Cas carcts Candy Cathartic will make them act naturally. Genuine tablets stamped C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. All druggists, 10c. Commercial ("nplil "Did you enjoy your wedding trip, Mabel?" "Oh, such funl We sold all the presents we didn't want and bought a lot of lovely thing which we wanted and didn't get." Detroit Free Press. A fine grand square piano can be bought cheap. Apply to J. J. Lecbon. THE BURLINGTON ROUTE GREAT TRAINS. Denver Northwest -The "Burling. ton-Northern Pacific Express," fiw the Black Hills, Wyoming, MonUn. Spokane, Tacoma. Seattle, Portland. Denver East The celebrated hi cago and St. Tvui Limited Flyer No. 6; also nk'tit train No. 2. The Burlington is the uioiu traveled road Denver to the east. Kansas City North. Two fine trains daily to Omaha. St Paul. Kansas City to Chicago. The famous "KH." Kansas City to St. Louis.- 'IV 0 fast trains daily. The highest grade of wide vest itiilet. Pintsch-lighted equipment. Writ"! for descriptive matter, rates aud iiiforin.tion. C.L. BtrCH, L. W.WAKftCV T. P. A., y sor.llard HHg., tcu l f . t. Aft. O.US. TtX av. kau.s, ms HO'A'ARQ CLLIOTT. \n\n Socorro, Socorro, Urlahittf tha (totridikv. cbMitr tinta