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15 Pon't Allow Your .'.J-ol to Bun Away with Von ? Head. . . . Moderation In cyelirg is as necessary as in everything else.- nml particularly so because it brings Into play new set c.f muscles and blood vessels in certain 1 arte of the body which are merely unprepared for the usual strain- The fascination of bicycle riding is the strongest objection to the spor.. on account of the danger of over exer tion, and for this reason those who take it up for Improvement of health Iceorne so invigorated and d .'lighted with the exercise that they who should be the most careful arc generally the ones who overdo it, Enter irg violently into any exercise Is bad; and b: is cy cling, for the reason that It gives the heart more, to do than has been eustoin pry; but, of course, by going into the exercise .gradually,, the heart grows rtronger and is prepared for csertlon As for the lungs, cycling cultivates a good habit of deep breathing, and does a great deal to. htrengthen the jnuscic of the back. ,.:.. There Is no other exercise t hat is so quieting to the nerves and whicUatthe . Mime time brings Into play so nicely and o gently the many parts of the body without giving violent work to soma articular set of muscles. Cycling Induces those to take mitdoor :ercise who have never taken It be fore, and Is the IvM exercise that enn be taken; Inrt let the beginner beware of overindulgence ,; nnd persist 'n the pleasure and safeties of ihbderntion. ' ; A MECHANICAL HORROR. The Hour of tilo Dy Struck Off by Grin ning Skeleton. ' . "Machinery", is ó monthly journal published at Johannesburg, South Afrl cn. In a recent number is an nccount of ft. nipst remarkable clock belonging to. a Hindoo prince, which the editor thinks the strangest piece of machinery in India. . Near the dial of an ordinary looking clock Is a large gong hung on poles, while underneath, scattered on the ground, Is a pile of artificial kulW, ribs, legs and arma, the whole nuwbc of bones In the pile being equn' to the number of bones in 13 human skeletons, When the honds of the clock indicate the hour of one, the number of bones i: ceded to form complete-. "human skeleton come together with a map; by some mechanical- contrivance th? skeleton springs up. seizes n mallet nn. talking up to the rcng, etrikrs one Mow, This finished, It returns to the pile and again falls to pieces. When two o'clock, two r!.r li'Ions get up and rtrike. while at the houri of r.oonard nidnlght the entire heap spring up in the nhape of 12 nkclctons end stiik'', each one after the other, e blow on tho gong, nnd then fall to pieces, ns before,' SLEPT ON THE "SIDEBOARD." . A Groen Countryman's First Experience with fc roldln- Red. An old, Tay-whislcrcd mnn, who J:nd lived nll his lif? 91 11 rmall farr. . .''ntav'::. : .; cú : ','..( hot'l i;ic other even'.iig.miys the ; r.Í7al. :r:cs! lie said he w anted n room for cu : I.'e was 111. up to !he third í oo Later in the- evening he went out, r.r.i i'líVt conic back till midnigl:!. i.&d evidently been enjoying himticl i ; is breath sinelled of whisky. J went up to his room, and that was t'.. laut seen of him until early in the moi :. ir.g, when a boy went to cull him for li'i ( rain, The boy got no nnsw er when I.i . nocked on tho door,: and he orene. it and walked in. The folding-bed Lac i:ot been let down- The boy had t look tbout for a moment or two li fore he diwovjred the old man. The: he heurd a husky voice from up nca. the ceiling somewhere. lie looked v.; ind there was the guest curled up c. lop of the bed, vubbirg his eyes. II. was fully' dressed, with the exceptio: of his big cowhide boots, which wen litandiiig on tho floor, . "Say, mister," inquired the boy, "wh; liidn'tcr get Into bed?" ' ' "li'gosh!" shouted the man, angril "rhcre ain't 1.0 bed. Here I've bet: curled up on, top of this here si(K board all night without a wink of slec Ain't this a nice way to treat a man, Iley?" INDIANS COPY CUSTOMS. They Follow the Lines Marked by Mhlt Men. ;. . . The Alaska Indians, after. raruir. many of the vices of white men, ;o,. !.egin to live lil e than as far as J) .iblc and convni.'ci.t. says .the. T il' i:urgh Dispatih. Their cue-rio'-j- Inf. coon give' way to two and three-i; structures, ami instead of l.u I Ü. helter-skelter wherever there' n c.t a ing, they erect their dwellings i straight tows, carefully observing tl. building line. ' ' - - Yhen an Indian who came bnk fro?: the states spread the news that t' houses of the v Wtc men in b'g c t' were till nunibt r.'dl the fashion 1 11: " bertng their own housts rpr inl I!! v.ililllre. The Indiana would pr.7 : r,'r tcntlon to the numerical values', In would select some humlx-r that pl'tis: the eye. ' ' . .'."' " The first houre. jn the Indian ijnt ' ter of Sitka Is numbered 200, while I". one next door Is. "400, ' the third ( nnd then 480 nnd'ÚOO. The nn:.Lv: which are most generally popular n. those which end in the two naughts. A RenMrkablo Iloho, . A Klllarncy tourist, 1 0 the story ff r' v.na assured by ti gu'dc that the tel. (: LocU i ill was-wortli hearii'.g. ;. wcut.the tourij to hear It, nnl k'j 1 two wen to row hbnj out, nccoin; 1 V. ing the. transactiotf io swiftly ihore wua no .time for them to r.:: r.: ; for the usual echo to be in nttendurr In despair they broke an oar, and 01. swan ashore to fetch another. .. 'i". echo began. "Good morrow," crird V tourist, "liood morrow," said the cel.: with n brogue. "Fine day, (cd I lit-, it," cried the tourist, "' "Foir.c dr.", ( 0 ' Vlrss it," snld the echo. "W'U ycti It.-; drinkV" crird the tourlrt. T vU!" roared the echo. Official Directory. TEPKHAI,. Peleante to Conireas Governor Secretury Chief Justice TliomHH B. Catron. W.T. Thornton, b.rlon Miller, Tliomuit Smith. .Vi'.l'oillor, 1 11. II. Hiimllton, ... N. H. UuKhlln, AuHoclBtei) U, D. Kiuitc ) . , , . . W. B. Wnlton. Work Third Judlclul District Chiirlu K. Kusley. surveyor General CliiirUm M. Shunnon. U- Volluet"r J. H. HommliiKwuy. U.S. District Attorney Edwurd L. Hull, V,-uHw"rs ltt 11, W. Loumls, Deputy U.S. Murehul J. W. KlemliiK, U. H. Uml Mine Inspector J. 11 Wnlker, HmiU Ke KeBisU-r Lund Ofl ee I'edro DelKiido. Siiiitu Ke Rec'r'r Una OO ee John I). Hryun. LiigCruces KeK'r Lnd O -e J. 1". Ascurute, Lhb Cruces, llec'v'r L. d Offloe Rlehurd Vouiib, Umtwoll Wtir'r Lund Office W. U. ('OHitrove. Uimwell. Kec'v'r Lund ofl ce W. W. Boyle, (Jlnyton, UcR'r Und Ofllce II. C. i'lckels. Cluyuin. Bec'v'r Lund Ufflee TEK1I1TOKIAI J. P. Victory, J. II. CriHt, Suntu Fe. K. L, Young. Lhh OuceH. T. N. WilkuKon. Alb'tjue. A. II. llitrllee. Silver City. H, M. Diiuitherty, Socorro, A. A. .lime. liiiH VeKHH. John Kruuklln, Eddy, Jose Si'urii. H.H.ÍÜuncy. t! K, II. llergiiiiiiin.Ruiy'rliiU1 Geo, W. kinielK-l, Suniuel Kldixlt. Marcelino Gtireiu, Anuido Cliuvcí, M. S. Hurt, Solicitor General District attorney Mlirurlitn lerkHiipreino l!ourt ndent IVnlUMiniiry Adjutant llenura Treasurer Auditor Supt, of ScIkmiII Coal Oil Inspector COUIIT Or PUIVATÍ LANDO I.AIMS. Jonoph T. I.ee l f Itv 1. Clil-if Justina. Assoi'late Justices Wilbur K. Stone, of Col orado; TlionuiC. Fuller of North Carolina; William M.Murruy. of Tennessee; Henry C. Sluss of Kansas. ... , ..... MuttU. Ueynold, of Missouri. United States Attorney. cousty. . B. V. Newshum. N. A. Bolleh, K. M.Youiik. Baylor Siiannon, I A. 11. Laird. I T. N. Ulillders, ' U. It, llrown, 1 J. N. I pton. A. J. narK, i lumia r outer II. T. Link. J, V. KlemliiK, H. Aliraham. Win. K. bireiii. Frank Wrlnlit. W. U.MIburu. Probate Judge Treusurer ProbaU; Clerk Sheriff Collector Assessor Surveyor Commissioner Commissioner Commissioner School Superintendent CITV v Mayor Treasurer Clerk Attorney Marshal nOAHD Or KÜUCATIO. C. Beniiett. Wm. Brahra. It. L. Powel. COl'NCII.MEN. M. K. White, Miirlln Maher Jus. Glllett. Geo. I). J onus. riltE PKPAIITMKNT. Bt. George Koblnson Chief Gordan liradley Assistant Chief C. C. Whltolllll Foreman. K. U. Hose Co, Steve Uhlo Foronmn. J. W. F. Hose Co W. F. Loreni Foreman. Hook ami LtuldorCo Silver City Tost Oltloe. OIH eo opeu dully except, Sunday from 8 ajn to 7 p. m. . 1 Open Sundays from 8 to 8:30 a. m and ono hour after arrlvul of railway mull. Money orler depurtmeut opeu dully except Sundays from 8 a. m. to ti p. in. Mull clonus for Fort Buyurd, Central. Hun over, Georgetown and nlf railroad points dai ly at 7:441. n. Mall closes for Mogollón and all tntermcdP ate points at 8 a. in,, Jtfouduy, Wudnvsdnyt and Fridays. Mull - closes for Vinos Alios daily e.U'O.il Sundays al 3:kJ p, m. Mall .arrives from tho enst, west and south dally at i p. m. Mall arrive from Mogollón and tut rniedl ate points at 7 u. ui., Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. Mull arrives from Pinos Altos dally except Suuuuys 'it u:. U a. in. I,. A. S"ri.t.v rorwy f'-'T".