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Are Schilling's Pest
as good as we say ?
Don't you see they are
For ul by
OF HOME INTEREST
Wheat is harvested and is in
The situation is looking better
all the time here in New Mexico.
R. E. Twitchcll wa9 in the city
on legal business the first of the
It looks very much as if the
rainy season of New Mexico has
The price of sheep and of wool
is more than twice that of one
year ago at this time.
The duty of Ijí" per cent on
lead, agreed to by the senate,
this week, means a big thing not
only for New Mextco but for all
lead producing states.
Gov. Otero has appointed Prof.
YV. II. Seamon, 61 Socorro, and
lion. F. A. Reynolds, of Sierra
county, delegates to the gold
mining convention at Denver.
The threshing of wheat has
begun in earnest in this county.
There are now five threshing ma
chines along the river and all ex
pect to be kept busy during the
Mrs. S. Alexander, with her
three brieht and lovely little
daughters the Misses Cecil, Lo-
lita and Emma leaves today for
a visit to relatives and friends at
Judge Hamilton is very busy
all the time hearing cases in
chambers and keeping up the
affairs of his office. The judge is
one ot the hardest worked men
in the territory.
Hon. W. E. Martin while up to
Las Vegas the other day saw
the Optic man, and straightway
the Ortic skins back all the
nauchtv things it said about Mr,
Martin, a few days since.
Silver City will give a big
Fourth of July celebration, and
by the way Silver City is the
liveliest town and doing more
business in proportion to its size
than any other town in the terri
Since Senator Hanna made his
clean sweep in the republican
convention, some days ago, our
democratic friends are not talking
as much as" they were about Mr
Ilanna being turned down in his
There will be no publicly ar
ranged Fourth of July celebration
in Socorro, but the day will be
duly observed. A goodly num
bcr of our citizens will go to San
Marcial where a big celebration
is to be given.
As an evidence of the increase
in the production of the mines
we note that the receipts of bullion
at the Denver mint for the first
four mouths of 1S97 were $6,643,
K77, against S4.19S.02i in 1896, a
gain of $2, 744.954-
, Lorion Miller, territorial sec
rctary, has received official notice
of his removal. Mr. Wallace, the
newly appointed secretary, is ex
pected to soon arrive home from
Washington when he will at once
take charge of the office.
The senate is likely to get
through with its consideration ot
the tariff bill this week. The bill
then goes back to the house and
on its passage by that body will
be immediately signed by the
president. It is probable that it
will be a law by the middle of
Misses Mamie Berry and Mary
Glasson were among those ex
amined for teacher's certificates
the other day. and both passed a
very creditable examination.
Miss Berry has been the most
efficent teacher of the primary
school of this city for the past
Mrs. J. T. Winter-mute,, at the
depot lunch counter, has cakes,
pics, rolls, bread, etc., always on
hand; also sodas and root beer
on ice. Ice cream and cake every
Sunday. She invites all to give
her a calk
Felipe Baca and Zim Gibbons
started work with their threshing
machine this week. They are
hustlers, do good work, are honest
and upright in their business
dealings and have already enough
work engaged to take up a good
part of the season.
The rains of this week have
done this part of the country a
great deal of good. Agricultural
and fruit crops are looking fin:
and the ranges are covered with
grass that would furnish pasturage
for many thousand head of stock
more than there are in the coun
A piece of aUeged poetry, now
going the rounds ot trie demo
cratic press, entitled an "Ode to
the Governor," is some of the
veriest rot we have run across for
a long time. It is unnecessary to
say that it will hardly effect its
object with a man of Gov. Otero's
Abran Abeyta received1 his new
bicycle a prize from a San Fran
cisco newspaper last week. It
is a iico Stearns wheel, one of
the best in Socorro, and Mr,
Abeyta is already getting to be a
pretty good rider though the ma
chine bucked with him a little
Ashen he first tried it.
Antonio Scdillo was examined
for a teacher's certificate at the
recent examination and received
a first grade, his average on all
branches being ninety-six and
seven-tenths out of a possible one
hundred. Mr. Sedillo is a hard
student and his friends are glad
to know of his success.
The wheat crop about Socorro
is a big one this year. The crop
will be a much larger one in yield
than for many years while the
acreage is largely increased. The
flood of last month did not
damage the grain on the low lands
adjoining the river so much as it
was thought at the time.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Towle now
have plenty of early apples and
peaches for their own use from
their beautiful garden on their
residence property. This fruit is
of the choicest quality as The
Chieftain folks can testify, hav
ing been kindly remembered by
Mr. and Mrs. Towle with a present
of some of it.
C. Baca, county assessor and
deputy sheriff of Socorro county,
publishes a reply to George
Belcher's uncalled for card, on
another page of The Chieftain
Mr. Baca is too well known
throughout all southwestern New
Mexico, as a thorough gentleman
and a most efficient officer for
any malignant attacks on him to
hurt his reputation the least bit,
and further that that, we know
that all law abiding citizens are
with him in his efforts to bunt
down the cowardly assassins of
George Smith and their still more
Mrs. Monica Padilla de Trujillo,
the estimable wife of Julian J
Trujillo, died yesterday morning
at 6:U o'clock. The funeral takes
place this morning at the family
residence at 10 o'clock, from which
the procession will proceed to the
Catholic cemetery where the re
mains will be interred. Mrs
Trujillo had been in poor health
tor some time but her death was
not expected. She was a loving
wife and mother, a kind and
obliging neighbor and her death
is sincerely mourned by all who
knew her. She leaves a husband
and one son to mourn her death
The sympathy ot the entire com
munity is with the bereaved
husband and orphaned son.
Celebrated for its great lcavenhur
Rtrenth and healttifulncuR. Assures the
food Bnainit alum and all frrms of adul
teration common to the cbonp brands.
ROYAL 11AKINU l'OWDKH CO., NEW YOHK.
Zclnora 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 Si, ladies 50 cts. Refresh
ments served at a convenient dis
tance from- the ball room. The
people of Socorro are cordially
invited to attend.
Mrs. W. A. Graham was down
froin Kelly to attend the teachers'
examination. Her average or
all branches was of a high grade.
Mrs. Graham is known as one of
the very best teachers in Socorro
county, not only for her knowl
edge of what is in the books, but
she has those rare qualities which
make her loved by the children,
and enables her to impart this,
knowledge to her pupils.
The treasury department at
Washington, D. C, is in receipt of
a letter from the collector of
customs at Grant Falls, Mont.,
submitting the question whether,
in determining the respective
values of lead and silver con
tained in imported ores, the
prices of these metals in the
United States at the time of im
portation or at the time of with
drawal for consumption shall be
taken. Assistant Secretary Ho w
elh stated in reply that the
prices prevailing at the time of
withdraawl of such ores for con
sumption, or of entry for a bonded
smelting and refining warehouse,
are to be taken tor the determina
tion of the dutiable character of
Ex-Governor Boies, of Iowa,
who has been a prominent candi
date for the presidential nomina
tion before the last two national
democratic conventions has the
following to say concerning the
next democratic platform: "For
one, I do not believe it possible
to succed upon a platform that
demands the unqualified free
coinage of silver at a ratio of 16
to 1, with gold. We have fought
that battle and it is lost. We can
never fight it over under circum
stances more favorable to our
selves. If we hope to succeed, we
must abandon this extreme de
mand." So says ex-Govcrnor
Boies in a letter to Colonel Fox
of Des Moines, w hich latter he
will print in his forthcoming book.
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