The i ipra lilntr Session.
On December 2nd the new pres
ident and the new congress will
1 begin to get acquainted with
each other. Tb congress is
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whelmingly. republican in both
'Jjouses. The session is the long
";one, to which the only limit is
that imposed by the heat of
Washington in midsummer, at
the imminence of the nominating
fonventiens in the congressional
districts. Since there is plenty
of time, and since congress and
the President arc in accord, the
conditions rc favorable for a
There is no single overshadow
ing question, like that of the
tariff or the gold standard, which
"have engrossed the activities of
s-jmc recent congresses; but there
are several important matters
which will demand considera
tion. The President will Mibmit
a new treaty with great Dritain
relating to the proposed isthmian
canal, and a further report from
Jhe canal commission will bring
up the same subject in another
form. The question of extend
ing foreign trade by reciprocal
concessions will come up in con
nection with the pending treaties.
The ship-subsidy bill will be in
'troduced in a new draft. The re
striction of immigration, the
renewal of the Chinese exclusion
act, new construction for the
'navy, questions relating to the
Philippines or to Cuba, and per
haps propositions for the more
effectual restraint of anarchy or
the better protection of the Pres
ident will engage attention.
- The tragic circumstances under
which Mr. Roosevelt became
President and his manly lwaring
in his new relations incline the
politicians of all parties favora
bly toward him. It may be said
that practically every one thinks
well of him, and everyone wishes
1iim well; but it by no means fol
lows that everyone will agree
with him. As soon as he out
lines a definite policy, some will
favor it and some win oppose.
When he recommends a specific
measure, there will be a taking
of sides. That is what parties
arc for. That is the way in
which free governments arc car
ried on: One body of men trying
to do something, and another
lx)dy of men keeping them from
going too fast or too far, This
may be looked for in the new
congress; but it may be antici
pated that it will be marked by
somewhat less asperity than has
sometimes attended congressional
debates. Youth's Companion.
A Standing (rlcvaiicp.
Many persons who are com
pelled to travel on street-cars so
crowded that they have to stand,
will sympathize with the Chica
go man who finally decided to
make a determined protest.
lie called at the office one day,
and expressed his sentiments in
plain and vigorous terms.
"Who are you, that you conic
here and talk to us )ike that?"
asked one of the officers of the
corporation. "Are yo a stock
holder?" 1 "No, sir!" he thundered "I'm
one of the strap-holders."
That Thruliblutr HemliMue
Would quickly leave you, if you
used Dr. King's New Life Pills,
thousands of sufferers have prov
ed their matchless merit for sick
uid' nurvous headaches. They
make pure blood and build up
your health. Only 25 cents.
.Money back if not cured. Sold
by all druggists, W. M. Uorrow
dale, Magdalena; A. E. Howell,
THE HOME U)M (HIE.
Santa Clause has shipped one
full car of Xmas goods toEeeson.
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lie ta. "n ii II II" 1 kiau.
MUJin lUmpcd C C C New told In bulk.
fitvtrt ot tha dtakr who tría to xli
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An IiigriilniKTrratinrnt hjr which Drunk,
ardo nro Itclntt ( uri'd ball) In
Splto of Thcmxrlvet.
Mo Niixlmi IKiho'j. No. Weakening of tli
Mitt-. A ricaniit positive ( lire
for tlio I.liinr llrtlill.
It is now generally known and
understood that Drunkenness is a
disease and not a weakness. A
body filled with poison, and nerves
completely shattered by periodical
or costant use of intoxicating
liquors, requires an antidote
capable of neutralizing and
eradicating . this poison, 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
perfected after many yearsof close
study and treatmentof 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 your 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 ple-asant to the taste,
so that it can be given in a cup
of tea or cotice 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 bv 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 price
of One Dollar, thus placing within
reach of everybody a treatment
more effectual than otherscosting
525 to $50. Full directions
accompany each package. Special
advice by skilled physicians when
requested without extra charge.
Sent prepaid to any part of the
world on receipt ol One Dollar.
Address Dept. K 117 Kdwin 13.
Oiles & Company, 2330 and 2332
Market Street, Philadelphia.
All correspondence strictly con
El I'iiho ií Northeastern Extension In
According to the stories told
by returning employes on the ex
tension of the El Paso & North
eastern at the end of the line
where track is now being laid,
the country is in an open state of
lawlessness and that the worst
characters in the territory are
gathered there, who stop at noth
ing in preying upon the salaries
of the workmen.
Saturday morning there arriv
ed in El Paso John Gaynor, who
had a bullet in his back, the gun
wound having been inflicted
Wednesday night by one of the
desperadoes. Yesterday Mr.
Gaynor said: "I was held up
and robbed by two men, and be
cause I resisted I was shot."
Gaynor's wound was a very deep
and severe one. The bullet en
tered a little above the left hip
and ranging downward plowed
its way through the flesh, cut
ting the spine bone and lodging
near the surface. The wounded
man consulted Dr, Austin, who
successfully removed the bullet
and dressed the wound. El Paso
"Last winter an infant child
of mine had croup in a violent
form," says Elder John W. Rog
ers, a Christian Evangilist, of
Filley, Mo, "I gave her a few
doses of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and in a short time all
danger was past and the child
recovered. This remedy not
only cures croup, but when given
as soon as the first symptoms ap
pear, will prevent the attack,
It contains no opium or other
harmful substance and may be
given as confidently to a baby as
to an adult. For sale by W. M.
Uorrowdale, Magdalena; A' E.
Subscribe for The Chieftain.
( hiendo (ientlemen Will Draw l'p tl e
I'nder Flow. '
P. H. Perkins and O. K. Ar
nold, both of Chicago, arid well
known authorities on the subject
of irrigation, arc in the city for
the 'purpose of conducting a ser
ies of experiments, which, if suc
cessful, will prove a great benefit
to the agricultural interests of
the Rio Grande valley.
It is well known that an almost
inexhaustible stratum of water
exists only a few feet below the
surface in this valley, and it is
for the purpose of drawing this
water to the surface, to be used
for irrigation purposes, that the
experiments are to be made. A
car load of recently invented ma
chinery has arrived and the gen
tlemen expect to begin work at
once. The results of these ex
periments will be watched with
interest. Albuquerque Citizen.
lie Hud IIIh Kenton.
An officer in one of the Eng
lish volunteer regiments, who
had made himself exceedingly
unpopular with the men, was
coming home one evening when
he slipped and fell into deep
water. He was rescued with
great difficulty by a private in
his own regiment.
The officer was profuse in his
expressions of gratitude, and
asked his preserver how he could
"The best way," said the sol
dier, "is to say nothing about
"But why?" asked the officer,
"DecausL1," was the blunt re
ply, "if the other fellows knew
I'd pulled you out they'd chuck
Great Lin k of an Editor.
"For two years all efforts to
cure eczema in the palms of my
hands failed," writes Editor H.
N. Lester, of Syracuse, Kan.,
"then I was wholly cured by
Ducklen's Arnica Salve." It's
the world's best for eruptions,
sores and all skin diseases. Only
25c at all druggists, W. M. Bor
rowdale, Magdalena; A. E. How
Irregularity and Indigestion.
A common cause of indiges
tion is irregularity respecting
the time of meals. The human
system seems to form habits and
to be in a degree dependent upon
the performance of its function
in accordance with the habits
formed. In respect to digestion
this is especially observable. If
a meal is taken at a regular hour,
the stomach becomes accustomed
to receiving food at that hour
and is prepared for it.
If meals are taken irregularly,
the stomach is taken by surprise,
so to speak, and is never in that
state of readiness in which it
should be for the prompt and per
fect performance of its work.
Two hundred head, more or
less, of stock horses for sale. In
quire of F. Fisher at Brown's
livery and feed stable, Socorro.
You can be cured of any form of tubaoro unins
cattily, be made well, atrong, mgni-ttc, full of
new life and vigor Xij taking KO-TO-BAO,
tliut makea weak men atrong. Many gum
ten pounda in' ten tiara. Over BOOfOOO
curca. All (IrugRiHlH. Cure frnarautrrtt. Hook
let and advica fKKK. Aildreaa KTKRÍ.INI
kMfcl CO., Chicago or New York. 437
44 tired feeling
superinduced by high
priced t llorlrttf, try
Millions of Testimonials
G. E. COOK, Agent,
- Socorro, N. M'
Thf Companion' Seventy Sixth Volume.
In 1002 the seventy-sixth year
of its publication The Youth's
Companion promises more varied
attractions for its readers than
ever before, and The Companion
always gives more than it prom
ises. The government of the
United States will be represented
in contributions from Secretary
of the Treasury Gage, Secretary
of the Navy Long,' Postmaster
General Smith, and Assistant
Secretary of War Sanger a list,
it is believed, never equaled in a
The government of Great Bri
tain will be represented by con
tributions from the Duke of
Argyll, the Marquis of DulTcrin
and Ava and the Rt. Hon. James
Bryce, T. P. O'Connor and Wins
ton S. Churchill, members of the
House of Commons.
Other noteworthy contributors
will be Wu Tingfang, Chinese
minister at Washington, Booker
T. Washington, president of
Tuskegce Institute, Justice Brew
er of the United States Supreme
Court, Gen. Charles King and
Kear-Adiniral Ilichborn, while
more than two hundred of the
most popular of living story-
writers will contribute from four
to six fascinating stories to each
of the fifty-two issues of The
Companion for 1902.
To all new subscribers for 1002
and to those renewing their sub
scriptions The Companion will
send its beautiful 1002 Calendar,
lithographed in twelve colors
and gold. By sending $1.75 be
fore January 1st, the new sub
scribcr will receive free all the
remaining issues of 1001 from
the time the subscription is re
ceived. Thh Youth's Companion,
195 Columbus Avenue, Boston,
When you feel that life is
hardly worth the candle take a
dose of Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. They will
cleanse your stomach, tone up
your liver and regulate your
bowels making you feel like a
new man. For sale by W. .M
Borrowdale, Magdalena; A. E.
100 ItEWAIU). 100.
I will pay one hundred dollars
for the arrest and conviction of
the villain who poisoned my dog
Prince on the night of Nov. 4,
1001. A. D. Coon.
Notice is hereby piven to all whom
it may concern that I, Homer Hill,
have been made executor of the last
will and testament of Jame M. Hill,
deceased, and that letters testamen
tary have been issued to me out of the
Probate Court of Socorro county, New
All persons havinjr claims against
the estate of said James M. Hill, de
ceased, are required to present the
same in the manner and within the
time prescribed by law.
Socorro, N. M., Octobe r 7th, l'JOl.
To Cora Constipation Forever.
Take Cascaren (Jundv Cuthartic lOoorZSo.
If C. U. C. full to euro, drugtfluls refund ujuucj.
A. NEW SYSTEM HE ACHINO
WITH ITS OWN KAILS.
AND MANYOTITER IMPORTANT
POINTS IN THE SOUTHEAST.
GOOD CONNECTIONS AT
AND ALL POINTS IN THE
FOR TICKETS VIA THE
WILL HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY
TO ENJOY THE COMFORTS OF
A Hit AND NEW, UP-TO-DATE
r iaa oompart, oa to
729 CENTDBT Buildinu,
We arc now receiving them daily from recent pur
chases in eastern markets They arc up to our
usual standard of excellence in large quantities
IN GREAT VARIETIES.
Remember that we always sell good good at low
prices. We know that it is to onr interest to
please our customers. These goods will please
and everybody is invited to
TAKE A LOOK AT THEM.
We Are Ready for the Fall Trade.
PRICE BROS. Si CO.
9 THE NEW MEXICO (r
X SCHOOL OF 5
f smUKKU, IN. M.
f ALL SESSION BEGINS SEPTEMBER 9, 1901.
;kkk csukses ok study:
y KEGUI.AK DKC.K
(f I. Chemistry and Metallurgy
II. Mining Engineering
O HI fivil Friifirip.irintf
A 111! Villi JJlllllUUl "IQ V
$ Special courses are offered in Assaying, Ciiiimistky and Surveying.
tf have i
A of Mi
Y ar There Is a Great Demand at Good Salaries for V
L Young Men with a Technical Knowledge of Mining. 4
For Particulars Address F. A. JONES, Director.
Pkkpakatoky Coursk U maintained tor the benefit cf those who f
not had the necessary advantages before coming to the School
Tuition $5.00 for the preparatory course; S10.00 for the technical
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO.
Authorized Capital $ 500,000.00
Paid Up Capital, Profits and Surplus - - 175.000.00
Joshua S. Reynolds, President. Frank McKee, Cashier.
M. W. Flournoy, 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 Confectionery
A. F. KATZENSTE1N," Proprktor.
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. -
We all are looking for them in these stirring
times. Don't think that mining is the only
business in which they are to be found. I have
them to offer in the following lines of busi
ness as well.
HERE THEY ARE
1. Livery, Feed and Salo Stables.
2. Hay, Grain. Coal, Limo and Cement,
3. Agent for the Columbus Buggy Company.
4. City Freight and Passenger Transfer.
5. First-Class Corral In Connection.
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