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Honorables H. O. Bursum and c:
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SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1900
K-ulli-nu m Hll tlmpi. PcTotrd to tli
bit IntriraM of Kocorro, Sivorn mnntj tnd
the Torriti-rjr In gi-nrntl. GIt. all Win U lu
lu K newt of till, (rest mlncrnl tenlon.
OF HOME INTEREST
Lent began February 28
will end April 15.
-Fresh pork sausage every day
at Lyman's meat market.
Nothing in the line olfmince
meat is better than Lyman's.
John Sutton was among Thurs
day's outgoing passengers lor
If you feel bad and can t eat
get a nice juicy steak at Lyman's
You can buy fresh Hamburg
steak any day in the week at
Subscriptions for all kinds of
papers and periodicals taken at
Meat delivered free oí charge
in any part of the city to S. Ly
Go see and buy some of that
fresh home made taffy turned out
Doctor Swisher was called to
La Joya yesterday morning on a
J. F. Cook returned Monday
morning from an absence of two
weeks in Mexico.
VV. H. Liles received several hun
dred fruit trees yesterday for his
farm north ef town.
J. J. Leeson was a passenger
for the south on Thursday morn
ing's belated train.
The fire clay company have re
ceived this week 4,300 pounds of
grating for their updraft kiln.
Five carloads of cattle came
down from Magdalena Thursday
on the way to eastern markets.
Capt. M. Cooney is hardly visi
ble these days for the cloud of
dust raised by his dashing team.
Dick Abeytia loaded a thou
sand sheep Wednesday for ship
ment to the Kansas City market.
Attorney Jas. G. Fith departed
Wednesday morning on a business
trip to Albuquerque and Las Ve
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Dougherty
left Tuesday morning for hi Paso
and Juarez and, possibly, Chihua
Every precinct of Socorro
county elected administration
delegates to the county conven
tion. Wm. Jones, an extensive stock
raiser of Frisco, arrived in the
city yesterday on the Magdalena
C. T. Brown brought in 25 head
of horses Thursday from six-mile
canon for service in his livery
Miss. Emma Ilunning returned
to her home at Los Lunas after a
visit of several days with friends
in this city.
Doctor L. E. Kittrell went up
to Magdalena Thursday to attend
to the wants of his patients there
tor ten days.
Mrs. Thos. Jaques departed
Thursday for Colorado Springs
summoned thither by the illness
of a relative.
Hon. H. M. Dougherty, the
genial and competent attorney, is
here from Socorro, New Mexico.
El Paso News.
J. F. Cook went down to Engle
Tuesday, with a view to convin
cing some cattle rustlers of the
error of their ways.
Henry Meyers, a stock man
from near Grafton, was one of
the arrivaU yesterday over the
Mrs. Belle Morgan came in
yesterday from Baldwin's ranch
near Datil and took this morn
ing's south bound train for Engle.
C. T. Brown went out to the
Magdalena and Kelly mining
districts yesterday accompanied
by a gentleman from New York.
H. H. VVheelock, the hardware
representative, was trying his per
suasive powers on the merchants
of Socorro and Magdalena yester
day. The Bee states that the freight
division is not to be moyed from
San Marcial and quotes railroad
officials as authority for the state
ment. Capt. E. G. Austen of East Las
Vegas came up from the south
yesterday morning and stopped
over on business until the noon
Mrs. J. D. Herbert and daugh
ter, Miss Maude Chisholm of
Magdalena came down to Soco
rro Tuesday noon and remained
On another page will be found
the bill recently introduced into
the United States senate for the
benefit of the schools of mines of
Chas. Sperling and Professor
Junes went out to the former's
rancn 1 nis morning to iook alter
some improvements in the irrigat
Fred Baldwin, stock man and
merchant of Datil, came down to
bocorro yesterday. Mr. Baldwin
reports stock in his vicinity in
The train from the north was
several hours late Thursdav morn
ing owing to the heavy fall of
snow encountered the day before
on the plains oí Kansas.
Eight cases have recently been
filed in the U. S. District court of
this district against persons in
Eddy county for maintaining un-
íawtui enclosures ot public land
Miss Marv McCulIouph. who
was in Socorro several days as
the guest of Mrs. Thos. Jaques,
departed Monday morning for
ner Dome in Florence, Colorado
Hon. C. A. Leland and family
left this morning for Silver City
where Judge Leland will preside
over tne session ot the district
court which convenes on Monday
Albuquerque is to have a new
2?o,ooo scnooi nouse and the
school board have decided that
the building shall be of "Socorro
bun brick trimmed with bocorro
Mrs. Tohn VV. Terrv cave a tea
Thursday in honor of Mrs. E. L.
lirowne ot Las Vetras. Mrs.
Browne departed for home this
morning after a week's visit with
mends in this city.
R. VV. Monroe will have the
Windsor thoroughly renovated
.before the meeting of the terri
torial convention, lie will then
be able to accommodate 60
guests and send them away well
Jas. G. Fitch, the brilliant disci
ple of Blackstone, from Socorro,
was a passenger from the south
yesterday morning. He will
spend a day or two transacting
bujness in the city. Journal
Mrs. E. L. Browne of Las Ve
gas arrived in the city Monday
morning from El Paso. Mrs.
Browne was accompanied by her
children and during her stay in
Socorro was the guest of Mrs. C.
About twenty of Soco, ro's your g
people chaperoned by Mr. anu
Mrs. J. E. Griffith indulged in a
merry, old time hay ride Thurs
day night in honor of Miss Edith
Niles who is a guest at the home
of the Griffiths.
The Socorro Chieftain closed
its seventeenth year with the
issue of February 16, 1900. It is
a bright, well conducted paper
and Editor Drake deserves a full
measure of success jn every way.
Prof. W. H. Seamon, of this
city, has for several days been at
Chiton, Arizona, making an
examination of the Manganese
and Gold Queen groups ot mines
belonging to Dell M. Potter of
Clifton. El Paso Times.
The many friends of Dr. G. II.
Sowers, who some weeks ago went
to Mexico tor the benefit of his
health, will regret to learn the
climate of that section does not
agree with him and he will likely
be compelled to make another
change. Silver City Enterprise.
From news disDatches it sd-
pears that March comes in with
the most violent snow storm of
the winter raging from the foot oi
the Rocky mountains eastward to
tne sea. At the same time New
Mexico is bathed in sunshine.
fruit trees are blooming and
"sweet tragrance floats on the
Vivian Stapleton. son of Ed.
wardo Stapleton of Escondida,
was the victim of a painful acci
dent Thursday evening. He was
moving a carpet on which was
standing a loaded rifle. The gun
tell over and was discharged, the
baU taking effect in one of the
boy's feet. It was found neces
sary to amputate a part of the
W. E. Martin returned to Santa
Fe Monday after a visit of sev
eral days with friends in this
A social will be riven bv the
Rathbone Sisters on Friday even
ing, March g, at the K. P. hall.
Every gentleman is requested to
Dring a spool ot tnread, a thimble
and a needle. Refreshment will
be served. Admission 15 cts.; 10
cts. for children.
Hon Silas Alexander was here
this week inspecting the Butler
mine. Before returning home to
Socorro he made arrangements
tor the putting up of another
hoist and the sinking of No. 2
shaft to a depth of 600 feet.
Sierra county Advocate.
The vacant lot adjoining the
Windsor hotel has been fenced
and converted into a park by the
planting of numerous Cottonwood
trees. Chas. Gause suggests
"Gambinus park, after the god of
beer." That might be appropri
ate but not so euphonious .as
A correspondent writes from
EI Paso that on Friday of last
week Mrs. Adam. Emig gave a
dinner in honor of Mrs. E. L.
Browne, and that those present
were Mesdames E. L. Browne,
E. M. Bray, R. C. Stewart, Wm.
Driscoll; and Driscoll; Misses
Powers, Driscoll and Stewart.
Mrs. and Miss Lyons of Areola,
III., who were the guests of Doctor
and Mrs. Swisher for several days,
leit on yesterday morning's train
lor California. Should these
ladies see fit to favor Socorro
with another visit they will be
given a hearty welcome by a
large circle of friends and acqaint-
Sol Luna last week sold 6.12c
head ot Iambs to Brownell & Pres
ton, of Ft. Collins, Colo. They
were a choice lot of lambs and
brought the handsome figure r.(
Í2.XO per head. Thev weir. liin-
ped irom Magdalena to hort Col-"
11ns, where they were placed in
feeding pens to be nrenared for
tne market. Uptic.
At the primares held in this
city last ba urday delegates were
elected to the county convention
with only one dissenting vote as
follows: rrom precinct 24, II.
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U. liursum; trom precinct I,
Estevan Baca, S. Alexander, Jose
K. Torres, Remijio Pena, J. F.
Towle. M. Coonev. Frank VV.
Andrews and A. C. Abeytia.
Andrea Balatti of Lombardv.
Italy, took out his final naturaliza
tion papers Thursday, March 1,
in Judge inland s court, and thus
became a rightful citizen of the
greatest and best country on
eartn. Mr. uauatti has been in
the United States but a short
time, but those who know him
speak of him in high terms of
Henriaue Chavez" was arrested
yesterday morning on a bench
warrant issued trom the district
court. The warrant was ba&ed on
complaint of Nathan Price charg
ing defendant with assault with
intent to kill. After nreliminarv
examination before Judge Leland
Mr. Chavez was placed under
bond of f 1,000 to await the action
of the grand jury.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hill gave
a very eniovable whist oartv
Wednesday evening in honor of
Mrs. E. L. Browne of Las Vegas
who is visiting her many friendü
:n this city, i hose w ho took
part in the evening's pleasure
were Mesdames lirowne, Berry,
Duncan, Griffith, Rice and Sper
ling; Messrs. Duncan, Griffith,
Kittrell, Sperling and Drake.
Antonio Moya was brought be
fore C. A. Leland's court yester
day on a charge of contempt in
trying to avoid service of sub .ia
in case of the territory ap-xst
Francisco Naranjo, Jr., chat k J
with murder. Moya was released
on promise of being in attendance
on the first day of the next term
of court. Subpoena was served
on him before he left the city.
Professor J. C. Carrera, one of
New Mexico's commissioners to
the Paris exposition, was in the
city this week in the interest of
the mineral exhibit he is collect
ing for the exposition. Profes
sor Carrera seems to be the right
man for the place. He has been
30 years in making a private col
lection of mineral pcimens for
which iie was awarded a medal
at the world's fair at Chicago.
Dr. Price's Baking Powder is the true
friend of all the people, rich and poor
alike. It supplies a pure, wholesome
leavening agent, which makes the biscuit
and cake of highest healthfulness at medium
cost and protects the food from alum,
which is the greatest dietary danger of the day.
The foremost baking powder
in all the world.
PRICK BAKING POWDER CO.,
Ed Fortune, ex-county clerk,
and wile were among the arrivals
from Magdalena today.
A new shipment of fresh fruits,
bananas, oranges, and apples just
received at Katzenstein's.
Mrs. II. O. Bursum of Santa
Fe is expected to arrive in the
city tomorrow to visit relatives.
Jose Ygnacio Arragon, a sheep
raiser of Mangos, arrived in tin-
city today occompanied by his
wile. Thcv are puests of Toe
Epperly and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Tos. K Smith'
youngest child, that has been very
low tor tour or five weeks with
intermittent fever, has improved
slightly during the last week but
is still very low.
Professor E. S. Coop closed his
department of the public school
yesterday with public exercises
that were much appreciated by
visiting parents and friends of
the pupils. Professor Coon has
given general satisfaction and it
is untortunate that his work can
not be continued to the end of
the school vear. He expects to
go to Mogollón in a few days.
Married, at the Catholic church
of this city on Monday, February
26, Ricardo M. Zimmerly and
Miss Eloise Stackpole. both of
Socorro. There was a large aU
tendance at the reception which
followed the wedding ceremony,
also at the ball in the evening.
The happy couple were the re
cipients of many presents from
friends who thus expressed their
At the meetint? of the county
commissioners February 20 and
21 a proposition was submitted to
refund the county's indebtedness
at 4 per cent under the Bursum
act, and for this purpose to sell
tne county s bonds at 92 cents on
the dollar. Commissioners A.
Schey and Gregorio Baca voted
in favor of the proposition and
Commissioner F. G. Bartlett vot
ed against it.
I. H. Hurst of Socorro Wt
this morning for Colorado, where
he is in the employ of the Den
ver & Rio Grande Railroad com
pany. He came to New Mexico
about three years ago, bringing
an invalid wife, from Missouri,
who was supposed to be sufferinc
from an incurable case of asthma.
Mrs. Hurst has entirelv recovered
her health, and is a hearty exam
ple of what New Mexico climate
will do for invalids who come
here as heclth-seckcrs New
Notb. Alum baking powders are low priced, as
alum costs but two cents a pound ; but
alum is a corrosive poison and it renders the
baking powder dangerous to use in food.
The Chieftain is in new quar
ters, the first room south of the
one formerly occupied. The
office is now equipped with a
brand new $200 job press, one of
the very best on the market, a lot
of new job' type of the latest de
sign, and a complete stock of
stationery. With this equipment
it is safe to guarantee satisfactory
work at reasonable prices. Now
that preparations are fairly com
pleted entire attention can be
given to the work of the job de
partment and to the production
of a wide-awake newsnaner
Give the office a call. You will be
Call at the Premium Market for
Salted ma:kerel and white fish,
Smoked cromerty bloaters,
Large halibut chunks,
Dainty codfish bricks,
Lettuce and radishes.
School of Mines Notes.
A powerful microscope for
scientific work will be ordered
Miss Edith Niles of San Mar
cial was among the visitors by
whom we were favored this week.
An elegant new desk has been
added to the assets of the school
of mines for the use of Director
Several samples of ore from
the Black Range have been assay
ed this week and shown excellent
A new stock of chemicals and
supplies has just been received.
This will facilitate work in the
laboratory and assaying depart
The ene-inecrinc class Hid CrM
work Thursday for the first time
in two weeks, the wind has
been too strong on the days set
apart for such work.
Dale Gardom. son of A. F. fiar-
dom of Cooney, entered the
classes in Miss Atkinson's room
this week and gives promise of
ranking as an excellent student.
Samples of ore for assaying are
now bine received in larpe num
bers from various parts of the
territory, ina warm weather is
luring prospectors to the moun
tains. J. Mackintosh of New York
city visited us Thursday. Mr.
Mackintosh will probably lo
cate in Socorro and givs his son
the advantage of a mining engin
eering course at the school of
Presbyterian Church. .
Presbyterian Church, Sabbath
service: Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and at 8
Junior Endeavor meeting at 3
p. m. Christain Endeavor at 73:0
Prayer meeting, Thursday night
We cordially invito all to thet
Ruiu-h for Sale.
A ranch of 40 acres, mile
from depot at Socorro. Cheap
for cash. A. F. Katzenstein
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