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DR. SWISHER, (Graduate of the University of New York City, 187, mid former U. S. Examining Surgeon.) Socorro, - New Mexico. J)R. C. G. DUNCAN. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office cant side Plaza. Socorro, - - New Mexico. J KORNITZKR, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Socorro, - - New Mexico. J)R. M. A. SAYLER, D.D.S., Dkntai. Sukgko;:. Office over post-office. Socorro, - - New Mexico. Jj E. KITTRKLL, Dkntist. Offices Socorro, Alxryta Ulock; San Marcial, Ilarvev House. A TRIP TO EUROPE. Jf M. DOUGHERTY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. JAMES G. FITCH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Terry Iiiock. Socorro, - - New Mexico. JjJU'EGO HACA, ATTOKNEY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. jREEMAN & CAMERON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Carlsbad, - - . New Mexico. II. WINTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. B. CIIILDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, - New Mexico. H. CHAMBON DEALER IN General a Merchandise SOCCRFIO, N. M. D. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR. CHARLES E. CHESTER, C. E. Silvkk City, N. M. Surveys for patent. Underground mine surveys and engineering work of any kind promptly attended to. Irri gation work a specialty. RELIABLE ASSAYS. Gold.. .3 .50 ! G Ail and Silver... $ .75 Lead.. .50 Gold, silver, copper 1.S0 Sample by mail receive prompt attention. Rich Ores and Bullion Bought. OGDEN ASSAY CO. 4io-i6 St., Denver, Colo. E. E. BURL1NGAME & CO., ASSAY OFFICE " LABORA) ORY Xstablishe dla Colorado.1846. Samples by mailor xpresswillreceiYe prompt and careful atti-alion 6old & Sifter Bullion "VrVJrIVaYcd. Concentration Tests 100 xXii I736-I73S Lawrence St.. Denver, Colo. ?AA.?.f?.T?$2CQTo$500 i momu bkniiiwitf turn voanna ui'i HriMiter thn lectrirlty, chMwr th than' karoaene. l iiouammlvuf testiiuuniHl from XMi)e us tun tlieiu uor u yr. Jieht iiu prnrenittnl. Kmlorned hy In. (''. lrn Ht factory In II. H. 41 ntylwa. Lowot prtet. linttdl up. Hnintilb Iwiup imlf ino. V wwntune uwnt .march nut or lnJiviiliml iu W I aTAMluHU i AH LINf IO , U tllH A4.fl. A Hoi.a fHMtnl to wwura oflice, UJ6 lUn ijD at.. LfettTM-, Cola. TP SILVER STATE SPORTING GOODS CO. Olltce: MM Lstlmer Street. CLUB ROOM SUPPLIES. Roulette 'Wheels a Specialty. OKDEKS FILLED PROMPTLY. Write for Catalogue. Os-iivcr. - - Colui'uüo. NOTICK. I the undersigned hereby give notice that no person or persons shall he authorized or empowered to handle or take into his or their t are or possession atiy sheen be longing to me. A part of my sheep are marked in the right ear thus QmQ and the rest bear ear marks thus: right ear left ear. Ei.isiX) Sanchi:., Magdalena N. M. The Wonders of the- Roci of Gibral tar. Spain and Her People. As a rule the winter months are bad ones for a sea voyage. Ours is no exception to the rule. Our Rolling IJillv being a small boat rocks like a bubble in a head wind in a frightful storm. Many of our passengers stick to their beds and are not seen on deck day or night. Many of those that are up are a sickly looking lot viim it is not. safe to be near.f hc storm lasts several laysvnl nights, but subsides as we approach Gibraltar. It is on the morning of December 4 that wc land at the famous English strong hold known as the Rock of Gibraltar. This is a monstrous rock rising 1500 feet above the sea level. In most places its walls rise perpendicularly from the water's edge, leaving only a few landing places. This rock is miles in circumference and is a peninsular on' the south-west corner of Spain. It ts only four miles from the African coast, and the channel between is the only inlet and outlet of the Mediterranean sea. The fortification is considered the strongest on earth and it is the most important one because it controls northern Africa, western Asia, and all of southern Europe. The city of Gibraltar has a population of 25,000, about one third of whom are the English soldiers of the garrison. The city is built on the northwest slope of the hill facing Spain. About a mile out is the boundarj' line between the liritish strong hold and Spain. This line is constantly patrolled by soldiers. When the weather permits, com panies of soldiers are constantly seen drilling and target shooting. In 1778 Spain and France unit ed to take this stronghold from England. A war of nearly four years resulted. At one time when Oucen Isabel united all her forces so that they outnumbered the English one hundred to one, she determined to see the war brought to a close. So she took her station on a prominent rock several miles back from Gibraltar. To this day the rock is known as the (Jueen's Chair. As she seated herself she said, "Here do I remain until that English flag is taken down from the top of Gibraltar." Hear ing of this statement and know ing her firmness, the English trapped her at her own game. While the battle was raging fiercest the English hauled down their llag. Seeing this the queen was greatly delighted, came clown from her seat, and proceeded to her palace in the interior suppos ing that she had won Gibraltar. But this was only a trick of the English, who, when they learned that she was gone, again hoisted their flag and defeated the Spaniards. Had the Spanish army held on for a few days longer it would have capturcd the fortress, for the English forces were on the verge of starvation. Cn the top of the Rock of Gibraltar fifteen hundred feet above the jvatcr's edge is a fortification two and a half miles long where hundreds of cannon defy the enemy from all directions. About six hundred feet above the water a tunnel fifteen feet in diameter extends along fifty feet within the solid rock. This tunnel is five miles long. Every hundred feet a port-hole extends out to the surface. In each of these is placed a large cannon and plenty of ammunition. This tunnel in solid rock, which it took three years to construct, makes Gibraltar the strongest fortress of the world. The city of Gibraltar, clean and well kept, is on the north west slope of the hill. Its inhabitants come from all parts of the globe. There are Mo hammedan Moors with their peculiar head gear and clothing. Nearlv all are traders. The cli mate is dry. Often rain does not full for eight months. The cli mate is mild also. Oranges and other tropical fruits are cultivated here. We drive across the line into Spain into the city of La Línea. This looks home-like like an old-fashioned Mexican town. There are adobe houses,, dirt roofs and floors, small windows and doors, and a dark, tslcepy, ambitionless looking lot of people. The largest building and most attractive place in the city is the bull pen. Wc tried to find some thing of their own manufacture that we could bring home as souveniers of our visit in Spain but could find less than in any other country we visited in Eu rope. Our p;irty were almost all Americans and we noticed that the people of the country showed few signs of warm friendship, probably owing to the late un pleasantness in Cuba and the IMiilippines. We noticed the dirty streets and general lack of cleanliness, also the great number , of blind or crippled beggars. These would crawl all over one and were not to be satisfied with j a single donation. The animal ' most in use was the burro, patient under all manner of treatment. Further down the bay are the cities of San Rook, Campament, and Algaseries, quiet, sleepy looking places not much visited. On the east side of this Rock of Gibraltar there are two or three acres of ground bounded on one side by the sea and on the remaining sides by the perpen dicular rock hundreds of feet high. On this lonely spot some seven hundred years ago an Athenian vessel was stranded. The sailors seemed to think that this was as was intended, so they submitted to the decree of fate and went to work to rear them selves homes. Here today dwell the descendents of the wrecked vessel. They have their own religion, laws, and customs and are molested by nobodv. Under the mouths of the English cannon none dare to interfere. Fishing is their chief occupation. In the bay of Gibraltar .are a hundred vessels flying the' flags of all nations. The sight of these from the top of the rock is a beau tiful one. The greatness and glory of Spain have departed. Only a few centuries ágoshe was the greatest country of Europe. Today very few ever think of visiting the country. Strange it is that while other nations ot Europe are grow ing so rapidly in strength and beauty Spain seems to have fallen into channels of decay. Again we are back on our boat and again we bid fcarewell to Eu rope, the home of our ancestors. Wc are very glad to have had an opportunity to visit her and sec what her people are doing to better their condition. To my way of thinking, the foundation of Europe's prosperity is in her strong, healthy, hard-working mothers. Such grow a nation ot vigorous men and women and from such stock a nation can make itself mighty. It is but common sense that a frail, sickly mothercan raise none but children of weak constitution. These may at times have the appearance of health and vigor, but put them in the harness with those from strong stock and then note the difference. If there is anything that I am thankful for it is that my mother never wore a corset and was a faithful, hard-working women. For this and for her no ble character I shall honor her while I live. The Azores and a frightful storm at sea next week will be my last article. W. II. Byukts. John Westhafer, of Loogootee, Ind., is a poor man, but he says he would not be without Cham berlain's Pain Balm if it cost five dollars a bottle, for it saved him from being a cripple. No external application is equal to this liniment for stiff and swollen joints, contracted muscles, stiff neck sprains and rheumatic and muscular pains. It has also cured numerous cases of partial paralysis. It is for sale by A. E. Howell, Socorro; W. M. Borrow dale, Magdalena. An Ohio editor says that hay fever is caused by kissing grass widows. A Missouri editor says it is caused by a grass widow kissing a fellow by moonlight. An Iowa editor says it is caused by the fellow kissing his girl while he is feeding hay to a cow, and an eastern Kansas exchange is of the opinion that it is caused by missing th girl and kissing the cow. A political editor says that it is caused by too much kissing in the hey-day of youth. Morse Yet. Young man with a tallowy complexion, blotched face and slender legs called at a doctor's office to consult him. "Doctor," he said, "I'v heard there's such a thing as tobacco heart. , I wish you would tell me if you think that's what I've got." The physician listened to a statement of his symptoms in detail, noted the yellow stain on his fingers, and replied: 'No, young man, it isn't 'tobacco hearf that ails you. It is worse than that. It is cigarette brian." torend poor look- 4, . won ktud of ft Com- bl nation. If . Va0 " Eureka - Harness OIPV tint nnlv maa-MthA hwri t-tttt that I horn ( k better, but mak the 0 leather toft and pliaMe, put it In con- I 111 át i dltinn to .art twlea a long 9 :, . u it onlin.tr..T would. i ' 3 I i ..1.1 miTli.N Itt I 3 Give Your Horse a Chance! STANDARD jl OIL CO. ., ' Short and Sweet. Perhaps one of the shortest court-ships was that of an eminent jurist. He was on his way to hold court in a town when he met a young woman returning from market. "How deep is the creek and what did you get foryour butter?" asked the judge. ' "Up to the knee and nincpence," was the answer as the girl walked on. The judge pondered over the sensible brevity of the reply, turned his horse, rode back and overtook her. "I liked your answer just now," he said, "and I like you. I think you would make a good wife. Will you marry me?" She looked him over and said, "Yes." "Then get up behind me, and we will ride to town and be married." She did get up behind, and they rode to the courthouse and were made one. It is recorded that, brief though the courtship had been, the marriage proved a pre-eminently happy one. DM n't Kt-nrh to 11. The young English tenor had been asked to favor the company with a song, and responded with an interpretation of "Happy Be Thy Dreams," in which the singer's antipathy to the letter II was painfully manifest. "I say, young man," said a blunt old chap, after the singer had finished, "you didn't sound a single II, and the song is full of em. "I beg your pardon, sir." replied the young man, with freezing dignity, "you arc mistaken: it doest go any 'igher than G." Tronido Either Way. Mrs. De Good Why aren't you going to church? Mr. De Good Last Sunday the roof leaked, and three or four drops went down my back. Mrs. De Good The roof has been repaired since then. Mr. De Good Huh! Then they'll be wanting money to pay for the repairs. New York Weekly. SufTerera from this horrible malady nearly always inherit it nut necessarily from the parents, but may be from tome remote ancestor, for Cancer often runa through several generations. This deadly poisou may lay dormant i.i the blood foi years, or until you reach middle life, then the first little sore or ulcer makes its ajv pearance or a swollen gland in the breast, or some other part of the body, gives the fir at warning. To cure Cancer thoroughly and perma nently all the poisonous virus must tx iliminated from the blood every vestag )i it driven out. This S. S. S. does, and ts the only medicine that can reach deep. tested, oItinate blood troubles like tkis. When all the poison baa been forced out of the system the Cancer heals, and the disease never returns. Cancer brginsof ten in a small way, as the following letter from Mrs. Shirer shows: A imnll pimple came on my law about an lucb below the raron the Irft aide of my face. It gavs me no mui or ttimnvcn. etnee. and I ahould have forvottrn about it had tt not begun to inñHme and itch ; it woiOd bleed a little, then acab over, hut vrouhl not heal. This continued for aome time, when my jai? tgan to well, becoming very , paiuful. The Cancer be- -(ta to eat and apread, until it waa aa large aa a ball dollar.whcti I heard of 8. 8. n. and determin ad to give it a fair trial, and it waa lemarkabu what a wonderful effect it bad from the very beginning; the sore began ts heal and after taking few bottles riiftapiteared tntlrrly. This waa two years ago ; theie are atttl So signs of the Cancer, and my generHl hcatlo jontiuuca good. Mas. R. Kuiaau, ia futa. Mo. is the greatest of all blood purifiers, and the only one guaranteed fmrely vegetable, bend or our free book on Cancer, containing valuable and interest in)r information about this disease, and write our physicians about your case.. W make no chartje for mrdical advice. IHC SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA. SOLD CY Held high In the estimation of Practical Painters. Every gallon of The a Sherwin-Williaus w Paint will cover 300 or more square feet of surface in average con dition, two coats to the gallon. Every gallon is a full U. S. standard measure: It is made to Paint Euildings with. It is the best and most durable House Paint made. J. C. BALDRIDGE, soconao, n. m. bytn SHERIFF'S SALE UNDER DECREE. The undersigned sliorifT of the Coun ty of Socorro, in the Territory of Xi'w Mexico, hereby gives notice, that, Wherca, on" the Mth dav of May in the year l'Ml, at the town' of Socorro, in said county and Territory, final decree was rendered, aigned and entered of record, in a certain Cause pending in the Pistrict Court of the Fifth Ju dicial District of the Territory of New Mexico, within and for the said county of Socorro, and wherein Seaman Field is nlaititilf, and Daniel A. ilcchtol and others are defendants, and which i numbered 32.S7 on the docket of said court; and Whereas, by the terms of said decree, the said iilaiutitT, Seaman Field, did have and recover of and from the said defendant Daniel A. llechtol the sum of fMXi.'X), and interest at the rate of six per cent per annum upon f.S(X) there of (evidenced by promissory note filed in said cause) from the date of said decree until paid, together with all Costs of suit such costs being in the amount of Ss5..5; and Whereas, it appears from said decree, that a certain deed of mortgage was executed by said defendant Daniel A. llechtol in favor of one Albert Lin datier, and by said Lindauer assigned and transferred with all rights to said plaintiff Seaman Field, and that said deed of mortgage was so executed to secure payment of defendant's said note for f5H), of even date with said mortgage, and default iu the payment of which is the cause of action iu said suit, and that such payment is in de fault, and that said deed of mortgage is upon the premises hereinafter de scribed; and Whereas, it is bv said decree ordered that said deed of mortgage tic declared final in its effect, and that the said Daniel A. llechtol was and is thereby foreclosed of all right of equity of re demption in said premises, and that the property and premises in said deed of mortgage described be by the sheriff of said Socorro County sold to satisfy said decree and all moneys and costs due thereunder; .nd Whereas, ninety days have elapsed since the date of said decree, and the said deed of mortgage still remains undischarged, and the entire sum of money found due in said decree re mains unpaid. Now, Therefore, by reason of the premises, and in virtue of the authority iu me vested under and by the terms of said decree, I, C. V. Blaekington, sheriff of said county of Socorro, will, between the hours of ten o'clock in the morning and four o'clock in the afternoon of Saturday, the 5th day of October, 1001, at the front or north door of the Court House of said Socorro county, at the said town of Socorro, offer fur sale and sell, to the highest bidder for cash in hand, the following premises, in said deed of mortgage described, and all the right, title, interest and equity of re demption of the said Daniel A. llechtol therein, to-wit: "The following deseriled piece and parcel of laud and real estate, situated, lying and being in the county of So corro iu said Territory of New Mexico, with the improvements and appurten ances thereon and being more particu larly described as follows, to-wit: He ing a two story building known as the llechtol saloon building situated in Silver Creek iu said county of Socorro, Territory aforesaid, upon a lot or tract of land sixty-four feet front by fifty two feet in length bounded on the west by the Kberly mining claim, on the east by M. C. Logan's store building, on the south by the mountains, and 011 the north by the Silver Creek road." Conditions of said sale are cash up on the delivery of deed. Socorro, New Mexico, August 26th, 1001. C. F. Ill.ACKlNt-.TON, Sheriff of Socorro County 11 the Terri tory of New Mexico. They Work While You Sleep. While your mind and body rest Gas carets Candy Cathartic renair your j digestion, your liver, your bowels, ' put them in perfect order. .Genuine : tablets stamped C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. All druggists, 10c. Honors in SI lire for Malcolm. The dignities that confront the elder brother are usually appall ing to the small sister, and there is a little girl in Columbus, Ohio, who has been giving to the subject much careful attention, as the Despatch bears witness. She electrified the family at breakfast by announcing: "Next year Malcolm will be a lawn-mower. I wonder why they call him that." "A lawn-mower!" echoed the astonished mother. "What do you mean?" "That is what you told me," ; replied the child, gravely.. "This year he was a freshman. Next year he'll be a lawn-mower, and j then u janitor and then a senior. ' And then he'll graduate." Among the most sincere mourn ers over the loss of the nation's great President are the gray haired veterans who knew him as a soldier boy and learned to love him in the association of the camp, the battlefield and the lonely picket post. District Court for Socorro County, Xetr Mexico. Letitia Hewitt, Plaintiff, vs. John Hewitt, Defendai.t. The said defendant, John Hewitt, is hereby notified that a suit has liecn commenced against him in the District Court, for the County of Socorro, Ter ritory of New Mexico, by the said plain tiff l.etitia Hewitt for a divorce from the ttouds of matrimony now existing lotween plaintiff and defendant, for the custody of all the children of the marriage; for temporary and permanent alimony and for other and further re lief. That unless the said John Hewitt, defendant, enters his appearance iu said cause on or before the 7th day of October, A. P. mol, judgment will be rendered in said cause against him by default. The name of the plaintiff's attorney is James O. Fitch whose ostoflice ad dress is Socorro, New Mexico. John E. Uhikpitii, Clerk of District Court. BKPAHTMKNT OF THE INTERIOR; t'.rneral Land Ollice; Wahlniton, ! C., July titti, l4l. Notion is hereby (riven that m-ali-d bids dlrect.-d to the CotnntiKMontT of the tieneinl I.aod Oflice will be nvrived by the HtK'etver of Public MoticvN at the lT. S, Land OlVu-e at Las Cruces. New Mexico, up to and In cluiliilg the isill day of September. 1KH, lor the purchase under the proviMotiM of the Act of June 4, 1KI7 ,3 Stat. M ,V.!,of a nuDicieut quantity of dead and matured toutier to make lul cord's of wood, to le cut from K'j Sec. II, T. II S. K. 11 W anil the SW Sec. 11, T. lo S. K.1H W., with in the limits of the tiila Kiver Toruhl KeserTe, New Mexico. No bid of lcs than S .5 jsrrcord will te considered; ad comiiany each bit); muí pavmrttt hi full for liie i. il must 1e nía i)o to tin Hoc -ver within lavH from date of notice of award. No llvim timlr li-ns than li-n i richer n liameter will be allowitl to he cut ami no nt; will be cut until market, ami itc Mi.'nuu-1 by the orticer in charge. All dead timber Houml eunuch for wimnI muwt he uhiiI ami all timlM-r tuut Ik- cut with due re tt ard for economy and care fur the Kafety of the vounir timlM'r: and the hruh and rubbish muMt lie dÍMMMed of under the direction 1 ait officer of the foreM force who will he dentrnated by the ForeM Superintendent. Timber on valid mining or other clainiH exempted from nale. TitulM-r not Hold may b pun huMed on (et Uion therefor within one year without further notice. I'urchanerH falliuir to mimve timtier within una year from date of award forfeit parchare trnmev ami i ir lit to timlnr uuremovi-d, um!m an ri lettxlon of time Íh granted. The ritfht to reject any ami all bitU in rexerved. Bin.. kk i kn MANN, CommitsMoner. T KPsVRTMKNT OK THE INTERIOR; I ' General Land Office; VaMhlnton, O. C. July Mtlt, I'm.. Notice U hereby jriven that mm 1 i-d bitlt directed to the Commi'rtMloner of the (eiieial Land Orti.e will be received bv the Receiver of Public MoiievH at the O. 8. Land Olhce at Lax Crucen, New Mexco,up tu and in cliidini the ih day of September, rI, for the imri lutKe under the provision, of the Act of une 4, 17 .A Stat. 34-Ai . of all thedead timber Kound enough for fuel ami a u flic ten t amount of mature livinir timler to make with this dead timber 14-hi cordt of wood, to be cut from thn SW and the VV' SE'i Sec. 1, and the VY and W'i ES Sec. 12, T. II S., R. lí W., within the limit of the tüla River ForeM Reserve, New Mexico. No bid of le than .2$ per cord will he considered, a deposit of f iu,u with the Keceiver muM cconikiny each hid, and payment In full for the timber muwt be made to the Receiver within daya of date of notice of award. No living timber will Ik allowed to be cut until alter the name has been duly marked and designated by the officer in charge and none will he allowed to be removed until paid for In full and measured bv such officer. No livinir timber less than lo ñche In diameter will be allowed to be cut and the cut tin and removal and care of the brush and rubbish will be under the nupervittlon of a foreM officer de tailed for that purpose whose duty It will lie to itee that the timber is cut and removed with caro for the preservation of the y omit timber and that the biush i nd rubbish is safely disposed of and the wood measured lefoie it i removed. Tim ber on valid minim or other claim exempted from sale. Timler unsold mav be purchaaed within one ear on etition tiierefor without further notice. Purchase failing to remove all timber awarded within one vear from date of notice of award forfeit pure h une money and rifht to timlM-r uuremoved unle an extenaion of time la iranted. The rtiht to re,vt any and all bids ia reserved. lli.M.ktt tlKKMANK, Commissioner. THE BURLINGTON ROUTE GREAT TRAINS. Ienver Northwest The "Hurling-ton-Northern l'acitic Express," for the Illack Hills, Wyoming, Montana, Spokane, Tacoma, Seattle, Portland Denver East The celebrated hi-, cago and St. Louis Limited Fiver No. 6; also night train No. Z. The Iltirliugtou is the main traveled road Denver to the east. Kansas City North. Two fine irains daily to Omaha, St Paul. Kansas City to Chicago. The famous "Eli." Kansas City to St. Louis. Two fast trains daily. The highest grade of wide vestibuled, Pintsch-lighted equipment. Write for descriptive matter, ratea and information. C. L. BEECH, L, W. WAKELCV. T. 1'. A., ) bollard liMy., (.. u I f AgU O.LCAS, . ST. ISUIS, M HOWARD ELLIOTT, li'ueil sjuitayer, ST. IOUIS, MS.