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SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 4897
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two, f 1.60; any three, 3.60. Complete
price list sod sample bugs furnished on
OF HOME INTEREST
Yesterday was San Juan day. I
Paul Terry started last night
lor a trip to Denver.
John Creighton was down from
Magdalena last Saturday.
M. Balue was a visitor to Socor
ro for several days this week.
Frank Evans, of Magdalena,
was a visitor to Socorro, the other
Orrin Rice was up to Albuquer
que on court business a part of
Capt. Wattelet was confined to
his home from sickness during a
part of this week.
H. B. Hersey for adjutant gen
eral was the first appointment
made by Gov. Otero.
Mrs. U. F. Duff will go to Water
Canon in a few days as the guest
of Mrs. C. T. Brown.
Assessor Baca returned home
last Wednesday night from a trip
to the Mogollón country.
Judge Hamilton went up to
Albuquerque last Wednesday
evening on court business.
Mrs. C. T. Brown has gone to
Water Canon where she will re
main during the hot weather.
Mrs. W: S. Williams departed
last Sunday evening for a visit to
relatives at Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Sheriff Bursum returned last
Wednesday evening from an offi
cial trip to Silver City and other
Alfred Katzenstein has his new
store and ice cream parlors nicely
fitted up. He will serve ice cream
at his parlors at the store next
Montague Stevens and wife
passed through the city last Mon
day enroute from Magdalena to
Mijs Flora Sperling and Miss
Bertha Sanders were visiting
friends in Albuquerque the first
of the week.
Judge Hamilton goes to Clay
ton, Union county, to held court
for Judge Smith, starting the
early part of next week.
W. II. Sanders, the enterprising
and prosperous cattle and ranch
man of La Jinsa, was a visitor to
Socorro a few days since.
Capt. A. B. Fitch, the operator
of the Graphic mines, and smelt'
ing works at Magdalena, was a
visitor to Socorro last Tuesday.
The man who talks the most
about being the head of the family
is the fellow who keeps pretty
quiet when he is around the
The modest girl who is willing
to wait awhile for a beau stands
a better chance of getting married
than does the bolder one who is
The offices of the Mining and
Scientific Press have been removed
from 220 to 330 Market St., San
Francisco, Cal., the finest business
location in that city.
Mrs. Homer Hill, Mrs. Orrin
Rice, Mrs. Chas. Bahney and Miss
Lulu Hamilton went to WatCT
Canon today where they will
spend the heated term.
There are so many of a certain
class of people la Socorro who
are always threatening to move
away, but never go, that we have
come to regard it as a mere bluff.
There arc a whole lot of men
whom it takes a long time to re
cover from it if they happen to
be elected to some little office
and there are those who never
get entirely over it.
Indications still warrant the be
lief that the tariff bill will pass
the senate by the end of the
month, and that the conferences
between the house and senate will
be an unusually short one.
Mrs. T. T. Wintermutc at the
depot lunch counter, has cakes,
Sics, rolls, bread, etc., always on
and; also sodas and root beer
on ice. Ice cream and cake every
Sunday. She invites all to give-
her a call.
A woman has to get mad just
about so often. If she can't get
mad at her husband or hasn't
any she sometimes tries to talk
politics or joins some "Order of
Ancient and Disunited Jezebels,"
and relieves her pent up feelings
Wakely A. Williams who has
been a student at the Colorado
school of mines for the past two
years, is spending his vacation in
the assay and sampling rooms of
the Graphic smelter at Magdalena,
to get a practical as well as scien
tific knowledge of the work.
Did you ever notice that the
men or women either who are
always abusing New Mexico and
cussing the Mexican people, and
threatening to move away, wear a
great deal better clothes than
they did when they first came
here ? But they never move away.
We are in receipt of the Red
Book of Denver & Rio Grande
railroad, the Compliments of T. J.
Helm, the lively and hustling
general agent of that road with
headquarters at Santa Fe. The
Red Book contains a great deal
of useful and interesting informa
tion. With one member of the demo
cratic team pulling in the direction
of free trade, another towards pro
tection, with a third in favor of
free silver, and a fourth headed
resolutely toward the gold stand
ard, the Jeffersonian-Jacksonian
band wagon is not making much
This has been a sad week for
the few democratic fossils who
still cling to the free trade demo
cratic theory. One-third of the
southern votes in congress have
either supported the high protec
tive features of the pending tariff
bill or refused to be recorded
Who would have thought of
such luck for Socorro and all
within a few weeks? "Old Jop"
and Strauss have both moved
away, yet the sidewalks political
contingent is not entirely without
leadership for they have "Oracle"
left and it is understook tie has
constituted himself chief fugle
man. Zelnora Grove No. I, Wood
men Circle, San Marcial, will give
a ball on the evening of July 3,
beginning at 8 o'clock and ending
at 12. Tickets admitting one
couple St, ladies socts,. Refresh
ments served at a convenient dis
tance from the ball room. The
people of Socorro are cordially
invited to attend.
Clemerice'Junck was a visitor
to Socarro for a few days this
week. He reports that he has a
valuable mine in Old Mexico
from which he expects big returns
in the near future. His many
friends here wish him all the suc
cess in the world for he has al
ways been a hard working young
man who deserves it.
Disappointment follows disap
pointment among the popocratic
leaders. Not only are they dis
appointed in the fact that the re
publicans have presented a solid
front on the tariff question and
failed to quarrel among them
selves upon currency, or any other
question, but they are even more
distressed to find their own party
falling to pieces on the question
of protection as well as silver,
since their vote against the pro
tective features of the tariff bill is
growing weaker daily, while their
arguments in behalf of free silver
are being disproven by evry week's
developments since the election.
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The trade reviews and the daily
papers of the country unite in the
assertion that business is brighten
ing in all parts of the United
States. More men are employed,
the volume of new orders is in
creasing, and the amount of work
done is steadily gaining. With
the final action on the tariff bill,
which may be expected during
the present month, an increased
improvement is confidently ex
pected. Every side of the Cuban ques
tion is being considered by Presi
dent McKintey now, and a course
of action is likely to be indicated
in the near future. The import
ance and gravity of the issues in
volved and possible consequences
of a mistake are so great that
the President and his advisers are
moving with the utmost caution,
as any judicious citizen would do
if such grave responsibilities were
placed upon his individual shoul
ders. The body of an unknown was
found in the acequia, near Rincón,
a short distance above this city
last Saturday afternoon. The re
mains were brought to Socorro
and an inquest held. He was a
stranger and had been here for
two or three days, and while he
had acted somewhat qucerly, not
enough so to attract any particular
attention. He had been staying;
at Sickles' boarding, house and
started out Saturday morning.
After that section men saw him
walking up the railroad track.
The jury brought in a verdict of
accidental drowning. It is
thought he committed suicide by
throwing himself in the river and
that the body had drifted into
the head of the acequia. His
watch stopped at 9:30. He was
more than ordinarily well dressed,
was a man of from 55 to 60 years
of age and on the remains were
found $6.90 in money, a watch, a
revolver, a pocket knife, a call
whistle, two upper sets of false
teeth, and several other little
articles, but no papers by which
hccould be identified. A package
which he had when he was in
town was not recovered. The
body was buried Sunday morning.
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