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OFFICIAL PAPER OF SOCORRO COUNTY.
SATURDAY. (K'T. 2''. 1''4.
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REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET.
For 1 r.-il . nt.
thkodok'i; Koosi: i:ir
For Yiv-1 'r . n t .
CHAS. Y. FAIKMJANK'S.
SuCOKKd l'ol'NTV TliKIT.
For I . 1 . ;.t t . to i,!i-n .
W. H. ANIH I'.W'S.
I'or C'otitu il
V. li. MARTIN
l-'or Ri pr. s, rt.tti i
II. II. HOWARD
W. W. WILLIAMS
A. K. DACA
For Colli a t"f .iii.I Tt'i '.1-ur. r
JOS I! K. TRRF.S
I' or AwsMir
JOHN I". I TLLI'KTON
For Si lino! S 1 1 ) i i- i n 1 1 1 1 ! i . t
I'or I'rol.at.- Jul-.'
For l'roliati- Cl-rk
DOMINGO A. OK'TFCA
CottiitiissinihT Kt. D-trii t
Coitimisviiinrr .rl. D-tri. t
I'or Survt- or
H. L. DROWN
V . t
I I S W . M AMlíi.U' :-
. II. inlnm Tur Id Ir.ati'.
Si NAI'l IH W. H. AnI'FIVVS is
tin- rij'tiliii. an i ,iii"!iil.it.- for I - -1
r'.itc to (oiiris-.. Si-n.itor An
ilrcvvs will In- i ll ti ll, not inrti 1
llt'v.lllM' ill thr t . - f i .aiot his
roiilftii v in N.-v Mi i,o hi- h.ts
lloll,- miirv lor til.' lr i lopih. Ill of
tlii- ti-rriior 1.-01.1, , , i h .-n ,ni
otlii r man i-.-r 'li.l in th-- m:ih'
length of tilih', I. lit In Cuim- till'
wry fart th.tt !.- a!r.a.!
Uoti.- v., huí 'li 1 . r th.- t. rrit..i
i- tin- lu st inis-.il, x.'1'.trar. t. i
that will do asth more ln n
tlu lii-lil oí his opportunity is
broaili-tird I. y hi h i t ion as ih 1
tii.ltf to til.- i.illrrss of thi-I'niti-il
Siat. s. Yoti- f..r Ar.iln-ws
and tin- li- 1 lopin. lit of Nrv
Vlt!l i; !, Iity and . a',. At th.
1 lnv o1 tin- t. mi for w llii li 1;.- is
Now to Im- 1. 1 t-d to t If council
liisf.iord will r.'inain tin1i'ok.:i
in that n-Mu-ct ai-o. In l.tct.
Mr. ' .Martin's i-.ia'i ü . . t mi lor
tin- c-rim- f..r which hi- is a an
iliihto arr o v. 11 known and tin
d. n i-of -oti lidi nr.- and t st. rin
in wtiii'h h" i h Id !v iM.th the
Spa'lis.vi,'.ikin,r pi iijil.- and th.-
I'.n'Iisll-vp, inr p,.,p,- is s(
ur. af that th. ri i..n h. 110 i( a-
son.'bll- dollht of his rliAti'Ml.
II. II. Howfiril (or l -jm a ntaUve.
HON. II. II. IloWNKP. has
air. .t 1 v s r 1 d t hi - .!M ri. t as a
111. inh.-r id th'- 'o v.. r h. .'.is.- 1 .' t h.'
t. rritorja I 1 i -!.. t i.r. an.! ,-m 11
his J po lit ii 1 1 oppoiii rt ha .
lointd 110 t.it.ll m; hi:i:. Tliat i a
llatti-rinir tril.nt,- t. t!i.- m.-rii- ot
a piihii.- s, r v .1 ti t . Mr. Howard
va-.. ( h i'iid l. a ;ooil inajorit
In ferí- and Ii.- ill I..- ri . 1 -d l.
a l.-'tti-r majority thi - till!.-. 'ot.
for Mr. Hov...rd.
; 111-. . II. V.-AVA.
NÍk. A. IJ. i; w of S 111 Mar
i'i.i' is th.- 1. pul. ii. a;i i-; i n -1 i . 1 .1 1 1
for sh. rill of S.'i-oiT. i-iniiity.
Mr. Dai.Ts iiia;i I'u atioiis fortín
diitj. s of tin- oüirr to whiih hi- i
t" l.- rli . t. d ini-lud..- th.- I.u t that
Ii.- lias had many . .ir- of rr
markahh siii . i ss n 1 , pL ri. iu i
as a p, a...- 1 y. r and al-o tin-
. t that h
and KnylMi Ihu 1 u I arn i II.
Mr. Daca h.i had M-v.-ral r;.r
i pf-rii-iii'i as ii. piity - hi iiil in
Set ori'o i ..i:n! . Tli.- kind of
s. n iic h.- v. 1 ! I ivii i, r in t h.- ra
li. K'ity of s- rol is illn- trati-d in
hisriii-nt raptiir.- of th. notor
ious 11r.1r.h r. r, Jo-.- '1'. ih-s.
When various ofiiii r- .! th.- t.-r-l
itory i i r.- t r in;r l. lo. at. and
lapturo Ti ll- s. it was N.i-o D.ua
win ;it muí- (lit 1 pon th.- liht
trail and follow, d it unfailinl
day and niht uiUii h-- rapliir. ii
th.- fu-tiivr. Thr ti-rritory of
Nrv Mi-.iro h.in-i d tin- liuird. -r-1
T and rrwanl. d his i .iplnr bv a
sjucial ait of li-jiislatiitv. A. 1 !.
Dai ;i will iiiaio- an i hii u nt sh. r
i tl of S' i i i"i"o 1 mi 1: t .
Vi r. II. nrj H11 j fn.
Mr. Hi nky Di.ivi t s,r.-public an
landidati- for prob.it.- jlld;rt'. is
mother r. iith lin n who in i ds 110
r.-i omiin ndatioti to the voters of !
Socorro county, where In- i-t well
known and lii-s.-rvedly popular, j
He has liad no little experience
in cmrt matter in mo cajiacitv !
and ai'olh. rand ifelecled robate 1
:...!., : -1 1 -f . .. 1 . ... 1 I
j 1 1 1 v 1 : 1 in- i 1 m 111 1 i. 1 it Ml it
in tin- nliiiv. 'ote for Henry
lr lotttiLro X. Orlvmi.
DiiMirvcM Oktic, of Sabinal,
r- o'.ib'i. an candidate for orobate
il. rk. was electi d to the terri-)
tori.: I liiillv ol representatives I
Iroin Socorro county two years!
t,-'o and r.n.lired his district;
l;oo s.iice. Mr. ()rtei.ra is
e,i i ilinl well spoken of a , a
Mr. Jim.- E. Torres.
Mr. Ji-si: K. T. ki s w.k the
choice ol til - r -publican coin:t
coinentioii c. il lector and irea--ii!'.
r, and 110 b tt. r choice Collid
hace lie. i made. .!; 'I'ories"
.plalilii a t ion . til, i.i.i.'e ha '. ..
bei 11 ma .Hi. st.-d IU itlici.i i p. si
tior.s to lii, h lie lla 'ol'i!!. rl
ImVU lei led II thi , cunt . lb
w.iS biim 111 So. in 10 I . .i t v -.1 1 .-Vi-.irs
avro, 1 1 in uia ',. la he
sji.)i.-n oi as th. h.o'U -1 ; oi a-,
lion st 'a t h. r. I , Mr. T. .r.'--s
interit ii.. 1 . i- li.-, 11 I!,---tioii.-.l,
; i, i'h i 1. 1 i :i !:a - ... ccr
l.Mi inloi'm .. of il:- 1. hi. When
I Ik mu 11' 1 mills a re .; ; r, . ;-,
into the hands of J,,-e I',. T.n res
thv will be in sale hands.
biliiantii J.iiaiiiillii ami All'i riln Armiju.
MllSShS. J A K A i I I.I.i ) AN!) AuMI
I . candidates ,ni the republican
Ik ki t for lounty comitiissiimers
from the hi-st and third districts
i'i sp, ctivcly, are -eiitletnen who
can be heartily recommended for
the positions. Rach b.an his
bie-iiiess career a peor'nian and
b virtue of hard labor and the
practice f economy has built up a
considerable business of his own.
This fact in itself isa sufiiiient
rruar.'intce that if these oentle
m. "l are elei ted to the of.iccs lor
which they are candidates the
I.11 -mess ni Socorro coitntv will
! cütlucted on strict business
prin. iphs. If on. -half that
sp. .k. n in praise of these o'l-ntle-
ui -ii b ! heir I ri.-nds and neighbors
in San Antonio and San Marcial
is true, th.-y will yjVl. an excellent
account o) th. niselvcs on the
ei-.-Jiiii of November and a still
more excellent acio'int ol thein
se! yes w Inn they have entered
upon t In- duties of public oflice.
Mr. II. I.. HroHii.
Mió H. L. liwiWN is the
republican candidate for the office
of sui-vi Mir. Mr. Hrown is now
a student in eiie-ineerin- at the
School of Miu, s in thiscii. If
lie I- elected, the duties of his
oliii'e will be alone; the lines of
the work of the profession he has
chosen and the fees of the ol'lice
will be an aid to 1 1 i 1 1 1 in securine;
hi- more aihanced education.
Mr. John F. I ulli l ion.
M.-. J. ni..; F. Fri.u;i,"! un will
nuke a;i excellent a c . . r. lie
will be t li-ii'oiih 1 y t'ou -ci- uii nisiii
t he discharge of th. duties o! the
oiiice and h-- knows t ii count
well. Who ,-v r h.'.iiti J.iim Ful
I. rtoii sp ,'K 11 ol otherwise than
in t. ruis o r, spect and esti 1 m'.
Mr. l'llllertoll has b,,u .ailed
and he will b - 1 i os n bv a
sa'.is! ai lory ma '. n it v .
lion. W. E Murtiu
Hon. W. F. Mktin. the re
publican jiarty' laudidate for
nu'tnU-r of the territorial coun
cil from the district comprising
Socorro and Sierra countii s, has
run many a political race in the
district and has never et been
U-ati-n. At the close ol the
eighth da) of Noniibr his rec
ord in that rcsjH-it will remain
unbroken. Mr. Martin has s, rv-Olticial
Hun. Mil Ii... I ( tmiii -. .
II in. Mu. it :i. Cu. i--, r , 1 ,:uii
date I'or school supcrintcnd'-nt on
th-' ri-publii an tiik.-t. is too w. II
know n in So. o; ro 1 oiint o n. . 1
any recomm. ndation at thi- linie.
Mr. Cooiiev h; s b .'ii a prominent
citizen of the county for many
c.irs. II - has heeii 1 11.1.. d in
many bu-iiii s-, enterprises of
importance. He fias a1- been
li peatedls 1 le.'teil to public oilii es
of hoimr and tr.isi. Thi; but
alone attests liis popnlarits and
ioriseiiiently hi- -tren;:th a-, a
andidat. -. !b is know n to fei 1
a lively interest in matters of
education and there is the best of
reason to believe that if e!. i led
he will prove to K- ail excellent
ir. IniiiMs lli'i'iiiiiiili-.
Mi.. Tomas 1 1 1 minan hi;., an
acihe .;! prominent member of
tile Sail Mi;.:uel baud of this
cit 1, was nominated by the re-
pilbiicail Com ,'llt ion for tile of
lice ol coroner. The few wise
1t1.1i amone; the democrats, in
"ol .11:11 conclave assembled.- eii-ioi-ei
the noiiiiiiation. It is
always impossible to account for
di ill... 'r.itic vagaries by any is-tabii-h
d ruies of rational con-
iiii i. In this instance, the dem
ocratic convention either found
it impossible to resist their usual
impulse lirst to denounce and
then to endorse republican action,
or they Were overwhelmed by the
coiniction that on the ides of
November they would hae no
coroner of tlu ir own to sit upon
the maneled remains of his fel
low candidates. At any rate, it
is How saie to lay still bievr
od.ls on Tomas Hernandez than
01; Thi oaole Roosevelt, llloUtlll
at the present rate of increase
the oil. Is oil lYesidcllt Roosevelt
promise 10 surpass even those
that may llow safely be offered
on Pon Tomas.
Tim: number of democrats in
at:, n. lance at the democratic
coiiiitv convention would have
done very well for an ordinary
iicca-doti, but considering- the fact
that the j arty's candidate for
delegate to congress xvas present
the showing was a very poor one.
Senator Andrews and prty are
scheduled to visit Socorro . No-
bember 2. It is safe to predict
that there will be two repul
licans in Socorro on that day for
every democrat that honored Mr.'
Money with his presence. If the
ratio should prove t be three to
one, not ieii a democrat would
Tut: deiii.K-r.itic fon vent ion did
very vill -for ; democratic con-
DEVOTED WAGTAILS. '
Th-n Birds' M.ta for Iafo nnd' Aro !
The wairtail 'lrcucntly mi
trratcs from one part of the coun
try to another and sometimes
conjireirates in Hocks, but he
pairs for life, anil the same pair
always reappear, sometimes when
they are least expected ami all
the more welcome from their oc
casional absence, mi tln ir favor
ite law lis. Their devotion to one
another is extreme, as a scene I
witnessed some forty years ajío.
but which is as fresh in my mem
ory a-- if 1 had seen it yesterday,
A wataii had been killed,
probably by a stone, and was
hin'dead in the middle of the
circular drie in front of the
Down House. I'.latii'iford. The
survivor seemed Inside himself
with or it f. Like I'.ve in "I'.'.ra
dise." he "knew not what death
was," or, at most, the realitv was
only jira. lu. illy breaking in i'poii
him. He kept running up to the
body with loud and plaintive call
notes. He called, but there was
no response. He caressed the
body, caujiht hold of it with his
little bill, coaxed it to ulove and
drew it aTter him for a yard or.
two. He 1 ven tried to rise with
it in the air. Then like one dis
traught, he dashed away to tlu?
( djic of the ravel drive and then
as iuick!-, dashed back ajr-'iin, to
!ro through the same mournful
processes. Sometimes he would
11 y rijíht oil' in wavering, uncer
tain lli:,'ht as far as the eye could
follow him, as though he could
bear the sijrht no longer, but
without stopping to rest he hur
ried back in straijihter and quick
er lli'eht. unable to tear himself
away or as if he hoped that some
thing iiiio-lit have happened in
his absence. This lon drawn
tragedy, this abandonment of
!Ticf, I 'watched from the win
dow throughout the afternoon
till darkness came on. Next
liioiniiiji the body had disappear
ed, and I saw the survivor no
more. R. Dosworth Smith in
Saves Two From Death.
"Our little daujihter had an
almost fatal attack of whoopiuji
coujih and bronchitis," writes
Mrs. W. K. Havil.ind. of Arnionk',
N. Y., ' "but. when all otlur
remedies failed, we saved her life
with Dr. Kind's New Discovery..
Our niece, who had consumption
in an advanced stajie, also used
this wonderful medicine and to
day she is perfectly Well." Des
perate throat and lunji diseases
yield to Dr. Kind's New Disco
very as to no other medicine on
earth. Infallible for coughs and
colds. .'He and $1.111 bottles guar
anteed by all drttjiyists. Trial
Papa Not iu It.
Ascum - Hello! How's your
baby ? Newpop -1 have no baby.
We're li in tr with my wife's folks
Ascum- llow do ou juean? 1
What's that jro to do with the j
Newpop - It's "our Mary's ba
by" now. l'hiladclphia Dress.
Sho Hud Him Riht.
Mrs. Meekly- Does your hus
band ever forget to kiss you 1h'
fore jioinjr to work niorninjís?.
Mrs. Stroiijiinind Not much
he loii't! He always has to ask
me for ten cents car fare. -Judiie.
Curos WintiT Couijh.
J. I',. C.over, lol N. Main St..
Ottawa, Kan., writes: "Kvery
fall it has been my wife's trouble
to catch a severe cold, and there
fore to coujrh all winter lotijr.
Last fall Fjiot for her a bottle of
Ilorehound Syrii).- She uscd.it
and has been able to sleep sound
ly all nijiht lonji, W'heiiever the
eolith troubles her. two or three
dices stops the coiijih, and she is
able to be up and well." 25c, 50i
SI.(M). Sold by Socorro I rvt y: and
IF IOC WVT T RIW
WHAT AH.fi YOU
ihe V. S. mnll will hrlnff you the b-t medical
dvlce for only tl cot ol writing
materials and itampi,
fc hi 11 1 ,im ti
LOCAL, TIME TABLE.
1:55 a m
4:12 a ra
11:55 a tn
Local Freifht...llO:OOa m
ltinT firoplf" owf fhlr pr'tl aTKd
fan!tli 10 thr fnct that tttt-y rnnMiltrd Ijr.
I'u rr- tiy Irtlrr. frivuiR turn ll ponible in
fnoiMtion ulxiul Iheit conditinn, THiplotn,
le . 11ml rrrrivrd in rrlurn Rood mrdicl
B.lvirc ti Inrh fol them nolhxng Write to
Dr K V I'irrce, founitcr of the Invalid'
tlnti-1 anil Stirifical Institute, Buffalo. N Y.
In I'irrre l.y no tnrnn confine himself
to ,o rrilnntr hi well known medicine.
H- fll- von in the most rommonxiw
w.iv h;it nils you. what you ought to do
whnt line of treatment should be followed
out in your particular case, and if your case
dues m.t inilicatc the nVcd for this proprie
t iry medicine, tie tells you plainly acd
frankly ithal you do need, and the beat
p. .allc- method of improving your health.
Dr l ii rce .rents many chronic easel at
diM Hire, thrnuirh the mail and all you bay
10 I.1 is to write him your symptom.
M. J.-hn Unrire. of Mohr, West V , writes:
, i. 11 I Imittti takiriK your meilicine I was
su'i. riiic fr..m Irmale woikncss which had run
011 1,1 live vrr.v. TiK.k Itirre NitMrs of Kavor
ilr rr-sCTH.tuni.' thrrr of '.e.olilen Medical His
rov.rv mi. I two via. a of Dr Fierres Pelleta
,i- 1, ir. lM-rn entirrlv cured. Before I heran
t-.'sui v.mr i-".licine it seemed to tne I would
n. vi - c nnolhrr well day, but since then have
nil .r,l I'.ie y-X of heallh an.! hnpl.ineas. I
nl-.i look one bottle of ' Favorite I'rcscription '
b.( "tr confinement anil c .t along the best t
ever -'..I at such a time. ami our b.ihy i the most
lir.lihv one of them all I think your medi
can -i nit the best iu the world "
No. 99 and 100 carry paaaenirer be
tween Albuquerque and San Marcial.
Paily except Sunday.
7:45 a m L v. .Socorro. . Ar 12:10 p m
Worst Flood In Illittory.
"Never in the history of the
Santa Ke lias any such flood dis
aster como to the system as that
in Shot-maker canyon," said Gen
eral Manager Mudtre to a Las
Vejáis Optic man recently. "I
was twelve years in the territory
before join; to Topeka and I
have seen a trreat deal of the
damages wrought by floods, but
I never Iwlieved it was possible
for water to do what it has done
in that canyon. There is a long
stretch where it will be neces
sary to blast a new roadbed out
of the bluff, so completely has
the flood destroyed the place
where the road ran."
Cure Chilla and Fever,
(í. V. ,Vrist, Nacogodohes,
Texas, says: "His daughter had
chills and fever for three years;
he could not find anything that
would help her till he used Iler
bine. His wife will not keep
house without it, and cannot say
too much for it." 50c. Sold by
Socorro Drug and Supply Co.
From the Nursery.
Mrs. Newly wed Doctor, that
bottle of medicine you left for
baby is all gone.
Doctor Impossible! I told you
to give him a teaspoonful once
Mrs. Newlywed Yes; but
John and I and mother and the
nurse have to each take a spoon
full, too, in order to induce the
sweet little cherub to take it."
Delegate to Congreaa, B. S. Rodey
Governor, Miguel A. Otero
Jame V. Raynolrta
W. J. Mili
Ilenj. S. Baker.
F. W. Parker
J. R. McFie
W. H. Pope
K. A. Mann
Surveyor-General, . M. O. Llewellyn
United State Collector, A. L. Morriaon
ti. S. Dit. Attorney, W. B. Childers
U. P. Marshal, C. M. Foraker
Rep. Land Office Santa Fe, M. R. Otero
Rec. ' " " Fred Mueller
Keg. " " La Cruce,... N. Galle
Kec. " " " ' Henry Bowman
Rep. " " Ronwell, H. Leland
Kec. " " " D. L. Geyer
Forest Supt I. B. Hanna, Santa Fe
Forest Supervisor, Gila River Reserve
R. C. McClure, Silver City
Forest Supervisor, Peco River Re
serve, George Lanpnburff, La
Solicitor-General, E. L. Bartlett
Dist. Attorney, R. C. Gortner, Santa Fe
W. H. H. Llewellyn,
" " R. P. Barnes, Silver City
" " C. A. Spies, Las Vejras
" J. Leahy, Raton
" A. A. Sedillo, Socorro
Librarian, Lafayette Emmett
Clerk Supreme Court, J. D. Sena
Sup't Penitentiary, H. O. Bursum
Adiutant General, W. M. w nttemai
J. H. Vaughn
W. G. Sargen'
John 8. Clark
OKU .. L
ThcdforJ'g Ulatk-Draupht come
nearer regulatino the entire system
and keeping the body in health than
nny other medicina made. It i
nlways ready in any emergency to
treat ailments that are frequent in
nny family, such as indigestion.
bdionsiipsH, culdd, diarrhuta, And
Btoia.u li achog.
' 'i'lieUford'a lilack-Draught is the
standard, never-failing temeuy for
Btomuch, liowel, liver and kidney
truulilea. It is a euro for the domes
tie illü which so frequently summon
the due-tor. It is as good fur children
an it in for grown persona. A dose of
thin medicine every day will soon
cure the moat obstinate case of dys
tMpMo, or constipation, and when
taken s. directed brings quick relief.
lusmu, ill.. Dm. , iwt.
ThKtfnnl's lllark-DrmnKbt bu bm onr
faiuiljr ductor lor dv y o rs iud vt wtul
bo uilii-r. Wbun snf of us fmtl ImmII r w
lukt) a iluso sud sr II r1iii In twslvs
uutirs. VVubsv0spiit lots at manof for
ü.M-u.r bu In, but nui slous jun m U
ltli Ulwik-llrsusbt. u BlDKIl.
Ask your dosier (or (ukifi of
Theuforii' Dlack-Uraugbt sad U Ik
dot's not kwp It send X&o. to Th ChstU
and a (wclu wtU bo nuuled to too.
Territorial Board of Education.
Sup't. Public Instruction, J. F. Chavez
THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Judge F. W. Parker
Clerk and Register W. E. Martin
Sheriff, Leandro Baca
Treasurer & Collector, H. G. Baca
County Clerk, Boleslo A. Pine
Assessor, Benjamin Sandier
Probate Judge, Mauricio Miera
Sup't. Public School, A. C. Torre
CITY OF SOCORRO.
Mayor, Aniceto C. Abeytia
Treasurer, E. L. Price
Clerk, Rob't T. Collins
Marshal, H. Dreyfus
Police Magistrate, Amos Green
REGENTS SCHOOL OF MINES.
Juan J. Baca, president; C. T. Brown,
secretary and treasurer; A. H. Hilton,
F. G. Bartlett, A. E. Rouillcr.
JiS 0C0RR O
LODGE, No. 9, A.'
F. & A. M. Regu
tions, second and
of each month.
Visiting brethern cordially invited.
Geo. E. Cook, W. M.
C. G. Duncan, Secretary.
SOCORRO CHAPTER No. 8, R. A. M.
Regular convocations first and third
Tuesday of each month.
C. T. Brown, E. H. P.
C. G. Duncan, Secretary.
" CHAPTER No.
'V 9, Order cf the
At Masonic Hall
first and third
Mas. Emma Dougherty, W. M.
Geo. E. Cook, Secretary.
X. OF I.
LODGE. No. 3, K.
7t meeting every. Wed-
nesdav eveninir at
8 ' o'clock at Castle
hall. Visiiii.r knights given a cordla
welcome. F. Fischer, C. C
S. C. Meek, K. of R. and S .
For DmnksnnMs, Opium,
other Drug Utlng,
th Tobácea Habit
fflflW THE KEELET
U I W INSTITUTE.
Tl 11 " Owtght, III.
Fresh fruits in season at Winkler's.