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II. Minina Ee THE CIIIELTAIN.
ARTICLES OF SC0R?CRAT05 CF
ABEET KI3ISG COXfAST.
Nutice i hereby kvc:i that tlu Ab
ly Mining Comp.-.ny ha filed it ar
ticle of iiicfrp'ir.iti n i-i the otVi.:o of
the Secretary of New Mericj ami 1 tic
ofl'.ce of the Record -r .f Ivods of So
r rr.i County which arc in word and
figures a f'iiliiws:
tv these presents.
'1 :r-.i.;;n d i rs.nis,
f irming a c ru ra-
virtue of tlu- la w i f
Kii i all men
th.it wo. the u:
li .i under a:n! b
th; Territory of New Mex::
! make, míii and ncl::i"
1 .m'twini; statounnt in writing, in a
c irdarrv with lile iMviiimii of Sec
tion 415 of th- Compiled v.-. of New
Mexico, H '7, h flu" at tii let of incor
1 ration of viid Conip.mv.
lit. Th - names of t 'no per-tons who
Miaki tin HtaO iin-iit ari": NeNon Weii
i'.Io. Jr., of Wet Ncv.ton, IVinylva
I'ia; Karl A. Wheeler, of Sharon.
Pennsylvania: J ii-ph N. Knox, of
IVtsbttrir. Pennsylvania: Edward H.
Converse, of I'itt ibnr', I Vn n vl van ia;
Kol.rrt W. JudkiriK, of Allegheny,
I'rim-ivivatiia; .1 1 1 1 1 II. W.rtt niiacii,
.f McKc'i(Mirt, l'i ntmylvania; N.itlu.n
i fall, of Socorro, Now Mexico; Alice
M. Mall, of s rr., Now M. xico; and
Jame t. Fitch, of Socorro, New Mex
ico. 2nd. Tin name .f this Company
shall ' "Abbey Mining Company."
.trd. Tin' objects for w hich tin Com
pany is formed arc to ene-aev in the
sjetn-rnl business of tniiiiti,' precious
and oilier on and mineral iucludiui;
e ial and petr,,U-mn, and f r thin pnr
p i t acipiire, own. lease ami operate
initi., i:i i 1 1 i n fj c'ainn and ii.ininir
I i;,'hts; to liny, sell and treat oren and
minerals; to acquire, c ! -t rito t , own
and operate oro tni'N, huí' tt-rs a .id
other wnr'ns for tin- treatment ()f ores
and mineral; ais railways, e;.lie
v.-.iys, tramroai's, and other noce .'irv
ways f.ir the convenient in-e of the
-ame; to acquire and ue water and
water rii;nt, and to construct reser
voirs, flumes, pipe linen and flitches
Hcli nnurv for said mining 1 peraii
and fr it, smeller-,, mills and other
voris, and to li üTid perform all
t'.i:m;H nocst-ary or incidental to 1
bnsMicvs of mini.ij; end tro:,tiii ores
4t!i. The amount of t!i,' caoiul stork
of this Coniji.-.'iy shall b one t:ii!I;o:i
dollars i!Íl,uo,b.iii) i'.ivid'ti jn: nuo
million Mnirc-, of the par value ..f ..i;e
."tli. The tit.io f .r iiie oxist.-nc of
this Company shall he fifty years from
the date of the tiling of i' -i ".irlic!..:. of
th. The number of th dln-cton. of
this Company shall bt l ine, and .',.'
name ol the directors, who lull itian
.i.ro the concerns of the Company for
the first three months r.f its exi-ienco
aro NeUon Veddlo, Jr.,tiarl A. Wln-cl-i
r, Joseph Kn .x, Kthvai d H. Cn
vorso, Kobi-rt V. Jmlkins, J. l.n I!.
V ortonba- h. N'.ithan II ill, Alice M.
Hall and James (i. I'ilch.
7:1. Tho principal place of business
of thin Company i i to be located in the
City tf rjittbm;, Co-.inty of Alle
gheny, State of nn-; vivania.
In wit'ios.s wliere if, the Mil! p;;:'..'c.s
have rii::tlL' and sie-ned 1 1 : i slatein.-nt
,hi:i eitrhtcnt h day of .'o cniber, A.
Ki:i,stiN Wi:i:r.s-:, Jy.,
EAhl. A. Wil I.KI.J.K,
Jos. X. Kmia,
r.,ji'Akn H. Conv i:ksk,
K'.lil'T W, Jl DKINS,
John ii. Vi:iTKMiACit,
N'ath x ! Ia i.i
Ai.uk M. Mu i..
Ja m i;s (i. I'' j c.i.
State of I'ei.nsyivania, I
County of Allegheny. I
On this eijrhtoenthii.lv of N'ov.'t.ib -r,
A. I), l'ol, before n:o' p. r- ti:.ll.v ;p
peared Kilward H. Converse, K'olt V.
Jvtdkins. John II. Wertenbach, and
Joseph X. Knox, to me linov, n to be
the pors ms described in and who exe
cuted the fore'oi.ie; instrument, and
acknoulede,.,1 t li.it tin-y executed the
samo as their free act and deed.
In witness whoroof, I have hereunto
.sot my hand and otlici.il seal the day
and year last above written.
V.'.M. IlKt XNK.'t,
Notary Public, Allegheny County,
My eoinniissioii expires end of m.-xt
k ssi ni of senate.
Territory of New Mexico,
County of S icorro. ( '"
Oil this dth day of Iiecetubcr, A. I).
101, before mo personally ajip-an-d
Nathan Hall, Alice M. Hall and Jaiuu
J. 1'itch, to me known to bo the jiersons
described in and who executed the fore
i;oi:iif iii'.truincnt an,l acknoivledi.'ed
that they executed the Maine as their
fr.-r act ami deed.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and onicial heal the lav
and year last above written.
S Mt:i:i. C. Mi;i:s,
Notary rublic, Socorro Comity, New
State of I Vntisyl vania,
Comity of Wostmoroland. hH
On thin 2i d iv of Noviuber, A. P.
l'ol. before me persoually apixared
Neis in Weddlo, Jr., to mo known to be
the K-rson ilohcrilu'd in and who exe
cuted the foroe-oin instrument and ac
knowledged that they exectiti d the
saine an their free act and deed.
In witnesn whereof, I have In reun'o
et my hand and otlicial neal the day
r.nd year last above w ritten.
A. T. IHkk.
Notary Pilblio, West inoreluud county,
My commission expires Jan. 2' th,
State of Pennsylvania,
County of Mi tot.
On this 27th day of November, A.
I. I'M, In-fore me personally appeared
Karl A. Wheeler, to mo known to be
the person decrilu d in, and v.liotxo-cul-d
the foriifoine; instiinnont, and
ncknowlede-cd that they executed the
Aauie as their tree act and deed.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
rift ni y hand and ollieial seal the d.:y
an l year at) ve writt. u.
Notary public. Mercer County, Peim
svlvania. M y coinniiiiion cxjiiiot January 1",
lis lid Cftiipa'iy ha a' o f.lcd its cor
til. cite In the oihre of raid S-eivlary
md t'Tr.rdi r (!oi,;nain- the City of
jn, Cvuniy i f ni' in, tt
princepal place of business in Now I
MoT'C-i, nuil James (',. Titch, reF.'ditiif
t'.ierea', as it authorized agent in
New Mexico, upon who-.n process may
TÜK KG.MT, .tI.!) lu í:.
An ImrrtilinisTreilment hj wlileli Iriink.
arils nre lVluir Cun il DnII' In
Spile uf Tlienist'Ives.
Ni No!imn Jtoses. '( AVeukoniinf of tli
Nertes. A I'leasaiit I'íwltlif Cure
for tito l.lttuir Haltil.
It is now generally known and
ui'.i'.rrstood tli.it Drunkenness is a
di'caso ;md not a we.tkness. A
li.id v filio :1 with jioison, and nerves
et:n;ik'tely shattered by poriodievil
or i'ostant use of intoxicatinif
liijiinrs, reijuire'A an antidote
cipahl" of neutralizing and
eradioatinej this jioisnn, and
(L-stroyino; the cravino; for
intoxicants. SufTercrs may now
eure themselves at hcjmc without
publicity or loss of time from
business by this wonderful "home
(.'old cure" which has been
perfected after many years of close
study and treatment of inebriates.
The faithful use according to
directions of this wonderful
discovery is positively (guaranteed
to cure the most obstinate case,
no matter how hard a drinker.
Our n cords show the marvelous
transformation of thousands of
I i ii nkarsdsinto sober, industrious
and upright men.
Wives cure your husbands!!
Children cure your fathers!! This
remedy is no sense a nostrum but
is a specific fur this disease only,
and is so skillfully devised and
prepared that it is thoroughly
soluble and pleasant to the taste,
so that it can be pjven in a cup
of tea or coffee without the
knowledge of the person taking
it. Thousands of Drunkards
have cured themselves with this
priceless remedy, and as many
more It ave been cured and made
températe men by having the
"cure" administered by lovim;
friends and relatives without
their knowledge jn colTec or tea.
and believe today that they
discontinued drinking of their
own free will. I); not wait. Do
not be djluded by apparent and
misleading "improvement". Drive
out tlie disease at once anil for
nil time. The "home cold cure"
is sold at the extremely low price
of One Dollar, thus placing within
reach of everybody a treatment
more cíi'ec.üial th;:n olherscosttny;
SZs to S.sO. Full directions
accompany each package. Special
advice by skilled physicians when
requeued without extra charge.
S.r.t prepaid to any part of the
world on receipt of One Dollar.
Address Dept. K 117 Kdwiu I.
( .iles it Company, 2.3(1 and 2332
Market Street, Philadelphia.
All correspondence strictly confidential.
A Wmmiti's Awful IViil.
"There is only one chance to
save your life and that is through
an operation" were the startling
words heard by Mrs. I. I. Hunt
of Lime K i dtre, Wis., from her
doctor after he had vainly tried
to cure her of a frightful case of
sloma;h trouble and yellow
jaundice. Gall stones had
formed and she constantly rrew
worse. Then she bejran to use
Kleciric Ditters which wholly
cured. It's a wonderful Stomach,
Liver and Kidney remedy. Cures
Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite,
Try it. (Jnly50cts. Guaranteed.
For sale by all druggists. W. M.
t.lorietii If I : I Must (io.
The New Mexican has reliable
information that the survey of
the proosed change in the main
line of the Santa Fe railroad
over Glorieta hill has been
completed. The new line will be
a little north of the present line
and will be mostly along the side
of the hill, high enough to bo
out of the reach of the Hoods of
the Galisteo. In place of the
present grade of four per cent a
grade of one and a half per cent is
tobe secured by driving a tunnel
one and one half miles in length
through Glorieta hill. The east
end of the tunnel will be at
"If you intend todiue on us," cpieried
tho captured mariner, "why did you
Kreet Hi with a fuhillade?"
"UecaiiHe we always jiepper our food
before eatiiiti it," grinned the cannibal.
e&MPiv riru, i . . - ii
lilt, -mn I. .rlij.fi I till- UnulMt.
Ginuint (tamped C C. C Never sold In bulk.
Ccwjre of the dealer who trie to tell
"ionuthlni u;t it good."
Texas Líyí Stoci Association.
The eleventh annual meeting
of the Texas Live Stock Associa
tion will be held in the city of
Kl l'a ii, Texas, January IS and
If.. V)02. The second annual
mid-winter Carnival will be held
in Kl Paso, January 15-16,
inclusive, and during the Carnival
there will also be a grand live
stock show held in that city. On
this occasion, with the various
attractions above referred to it is
certain that there will be a large
attendance of stockmen in El Paso
in January next. Very low rail
road rates will be made for this
event from all points in the
Southwest. Kverthing possible
will be done by the generous and
hospitable people of Kl Paso to
make the 11th annual convention
of the Texas Live Stock Associa
tion the largest and best ever
held. The executive committee of
the Te.ras Li ve Stock Association
have announced the following
Convention called to order by
President Chas. Schreiner, of
Address of welcome by
Response to address of welcome
on behalf of the Texas Live Stock
Association by lion. A. S. Reed,
President's annual address.
Report of the secretary
treasurer. Report of standing committees.
Introduction of resolutions.
" What Constitutes a Good Beef
Animal," discussion led by Jos.
F. Green, of Gregory.
"How can TexasCattle Growers
Remove the Existing Prejudice
Against the Texas Steer in the
markets of the World?" discus
sion led by Marion Sansom, of
"Texas Feed Products the
Best in the. World for Fattening
Cattle," discussion led by R. K.
Krwiu, of Waxahachie.
Address by lion. Jos. D. Sayers,
governor of the State of Texas.
"The Revival of the Horse
Industry," addressby Hon. Henry
Exall, óf Dallas.
"The Sheep and Goat In
dustry," address by Col. V. L.
Black, of Ft. McKavitt.
Election of officers for ensuing
Selection of the time and place
for the next annual meeting.
The aiotlcrn Youth.
"What did vour son say when
you reproved him for annoying
"He said that the rebuke was
a just one," said the melancholy
man, "but that the disregard of
grammar witn wnicn it was
administered was greatly to be
deplored." Washington Star.
Human beinirs need the sunshine as
niach as plants do. Don't bcafraid of its
causing freckles, for we have the best
of authority that it doe not do anything-
of the kind. January Ladies'
NEWS OF THE WEEK,
To Cora Caiiitlputlirn Forever.
Talio f .'tisenrela Canilv OaVlmrtlc. 10c ortSO.
If (J. C. C. fail to cure, ilrunuu refund uiuiity.
I' . L I ' . 1 i
"?.oyú Rirlks" is Rich Readm
It ii puMLlu-a by Tin Ro;l TUurj of
Ch a .-(.o, "J tl'.ry cilt a Mr, ailJ a luit of
cleth'i te rjf.ie wry. Thrv arc not only
iii(;r..il, but I hey know limv to cu?.
The c:.fc;i.iti;;c caiior el a üi;-iity newipapcr
5ts a vriy teini ly pay em i'lupe every Saturday
n;Mit jvt fr knu'ivinj huw to si itaor. But
you nu'.lit ti 9?c tin: bunchineii of the envclojie
an exjiirt cutter in a big-cúy uiluiing huu
fci fjr bit Lind cf siUimi.nj;.
TiireKueil Tailors have the best cutters in
tHt l;niccj b'at.-s. That's why garments ma.le
by ih'jn have suih a natry, dashy, kxik. The
bunJiine.s tli.it -n into the cutter's pay en
"el 'e has g it to ihnw rame.
No matt.-r wnat your past eitravagances
l.av b-.-en, rr.ake up your miad to-iiy that you
"Pay Les and Dress Better."
Reyal 1'ailiirinj fits. Eaih garment is made
to the customer's etjit measure. We have the
rxilu.ive bical sale nf Royal Tailoring, and if
yuu want to see the latent line of the finest
I'jttcrns at tl.c mi st inviting ptiies yuu ever
HiJ ice, drop in to-day, or to-morrow, or the
first chance yuu get. It'i worth a man's time
to look over the Royal line even if ImUn'trcJy
to buy. Call and subscribe li "Royal Rlnkka"
anyway. It's fire.
G. E. COOK, Asent,
Sxcrro, N. M,
A Ssimmnrj cf Important EtohU fou
deimed from the Tress DNpntchp.
Louis Iluning, an old and
respected citizen of New Mexico,
died at his home in Los Lunas
General Funston, the capturer
of Aguinaldo, is coming home. A
son was born to. him in his
Kansas home only a day or two
Holiday week is being carefully
observed at the White House.
Only urgent business will be
attended to by President Roose
velt. A terrific storm of sleet and
snow driven by a wind that was
almost a hurricane swept over
the extreme northwest on Christ
Governor Shaw of Iowa has
been offered the secretaryship of
the treasury to rill the vacancy
caused by the resignation of
The 125th anniversary of the
battle of Trenton was celebrated
Thursday at Trenton, N. J., by a
sham battle and subsequent
parade in the presence of large
crowds of people.
Senator Chauncy M. Depew and
Miss May Palmer were married
by civil ceremony at Nice, Italy,
yesterday. They will be further
united by the Episcopal aud the
Catholic ceremonies toda'.
Grover Cleveland has accepted
an irunortant tosition on the
national civic federation, the ob
ject of which is to settle disputes
between labor and capital by
conference between leaders.
Judge McMillan recently de
cided that the action of the
territorial board of equalization
in raising the rate of taxation on
certain kinds of property through
out the territory was illegal.
The territory will not appeal and
the decision therefore stands as
Maclay, the writer of the so
called history in which he denoun
ced Admiral Schley as a poltroon
and a coward and thus brought
about the inquiry just closed, has
been discharged from his posi
tion of skilled laborer in the
government navy yard at New
rri. i trim
. . I'lirlstninH Holidays.
Tickets on sale December 24,
and 31, l'JOl, and January 1, 1902,
at one fare for round trip, with
minimum rate 50 cents.
Territorial Christian Endeavor
Convention tickets on sale at
same rate December 28.
Agt. Santa Fc Ky.
District Court for Socorro County,
Lucy E. Golden, )
vs. . No. 3353.
Fred H. Golden, I
The said defendant, Fred H. Golden,
is hereby notified that a suit has been
commenced against him in the Dis
trict Court, for the County of Socorro,
Territory of New Mexico, by the said
plaintiff Lucy K. tioldcn for a divorce
from the bonds of matrimony now
existinir between plaintiff and defend
ant, and for other and further relief.
That unless the said Fred H. Golden,
defendant, enters his appearance in
said cause on or before the 20th day of
January, A. D. 1W2, judgment will be
rendered in said cause against him by
The name of the plaintiff's attorney
is James G. Fitch whose post oilice ad
dress is Socorro, New Mexico.
John K. Gkifi'ITh,
Clerk of District Court.
A NEW SYSTEM REACHING
WITH ITS OWN KAILS,
AND MANY OTIIER IMPORTANT
POINTS IN TUB SOUTHEAST.
GOOD CONNECTIONS AT
AND ALL POINTS IN THE
FOU TICKETS VIA THE
WILL nAVE AN OPPORTUNITY
TO ENJOY THE COMFORTS OF
A BRAND NEW, UP-TO-DATE
nansa os SMruL.i.T sruBNiaiiBo vrpois
AI'PLlOATlo TO iff BSrjttCalBafT4.TlVIS
or vasa uu.rill, u to
720 Cemtuhy Building,
SOCORRO BRANCH. -:-
GEO. W. BOWMAN, PRESIDENT.
Capital Stock, full paid
ACT AS TRUSTEES, Promoters, and Fiscal Agents, as be
tween Mine Owners, Reduction Works, Builders, and
would be Investors
CONTRACTOR Hi TRUST for the Development of Mines,
Water-works, Rail and Tramways and other I'ublic
or Private Enterprises '
REAL ESTATE bought and sold and Titles Guaranteed.
o- SOCOKKO, CITY A K D COUNTY, A SPECIALTY, -o-
1 THE NEW MEXICO
SCHOOL OF 2
SOCORRO. N. M, MINpc
SPRING TERM BEGINS JANUARY 27, 1901,
RKC.Vt.AH DKCKKR COl'HSRS OK STl'DV:
I. Chemistry and Metallurgy
III. Civil Engineering
Siwcial courses are ofToreil in Assayinc, Cukmistrv anij Si'kvkyTNG
A Pkkpakatory Cuvksh is muiutainoil for the bcneüt oí those who
have not hnil the necessary advantages before coim.ir to the School
Tuition $S.0O for the preparatory course; 10.00 for the technical
tfTterfl Is a Great Demand at Good Salaries for .
Young Ilea with a Technical Knowledge of Mining.
"1 For Particulars Address
T. A. JONES, Director.
r s rst
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO.
Authorized Capital $ 500,000.00
Paid Up Capital, Profits and Surplus - - 175.000.00
Deposits, - - - - - 1,200,000.00
Joshua S. Reynolds, President. Frank McKee, Cashier.
M. W. l'Mournoy, Vice President. C. A. Hawks, As&Utant Cashier.
. 0-UNITI2D STATES DEPOSITORY-0-
0 DEPOSITORY FOR A. T. & S. F. AND A. & P. RAILROADS. 0
"J mm. s
We all are looking for them in these stirring
times. Dútí't think that mining is the only
business in which they are to be found. I have
them to offer in the following lines of busi
ness as well.
HERE THEY ARE
Livery, Feed and Salo Stables.
Slay. Grain, Coal, Lime and Cement.
3. Agent for the Columbus Buggy Company.
4. City Freight and Passenger Transfer.
5. First-Class Corral In Connection.
C. T. BROWN, Socorro, N. M.
Homestead Entry No. 4544.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department oe tub Ixtkhiok,
Land Oilice at Sauta Fe, N. M., )
Dec. 23, 1J01. f
Notice ia hereby plven that the following-named
settler haa filed notice
of his intention to make final proof in
Mtippcrt of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the register
or receiver at Santa Fe, N. M., on
February 8th, 1902, viz: Clara A. li.
Corbin, widiw of William U. Corbin
deceased for the y se,' sec. 34, )
swV sec. 35, t. 1 11., r. 8 e.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
aud cultivation of said land, viz:
Harry K. Mannakee of Sant Fe, N. M.;
Elijah A. Dow of Tajiiue, N. M..; Jos:
T. Santillanes of Lemitar, N. M.; James
Spencer of East View, N. M.
Manuki. R. Otkko,
and AM O KB
You can be cured of an? form of tub ceo unlnr
r.jly, b mail, well, .trouR, m:iiirtic. full of
new life slid vior hj taking hJ-TO-BAO,
tha makes nek meu .irunif. ' Mnuy nun
test pound, ill Irn uarn. ocr 800,000
cured. All druBKi!". Cure ruarujtired. ükIk
Irl mid aiUu. hKliR. AUlrru h l KKLl.Nli
HJh.U CU Cbicugoor New York. Sl
Two hundred head, more or.
less, of stock horses fos sale. In-,
ruire of F. Fisher at lirown'
livery and feed stabAd Socorro.,