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SOCOREOOCÓÉItO COUNTY,. N. . M.,. THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1884.
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Irtmffim andTW0"arlHoifT,1,TrSt0Ck 8ífe- Miss"': Heifers Corn-Fed Beeves, Mitch Cows. Cow Ponies, -orou-h-Brea
.t,.l ... and High-Grade. Bulls, Merino, Cotswo'd and S uthdown Bucks and Angora Goats. '
; -Contracted and Delivered at finykPoint in NEW MEXICO,, ARIZONA and Southern COLORADO - : '
The T !í1i1 IUvímw cunhMiis an ar
iete ton Sort nhd it5 advantages.
r.vbicliuwa rthat Üín.bcutijiíiírTBoa
pcopforonghout the country are' bo
ginning U pndt'n.'Und and concedo the
future importance of our young city
and from which we make the following
- titttact: .. . . . . . .
'"The opening up of the vast mining
region to the M'es pf Socorro by the
BilstrtidiiiK.fwthe bra jh tumí, added
to its present resources in that direc'
&i anxfo rcjit! rjaturaPauiUges
rom Ruagri(:n1titrHl ajd fruit-growing
standpoiotituatod' iih it In, in the wiJst
of the fci'tfle valley of the Rio Grande,
rendering it. both a profitable ani
-" pleasant place of residence, cannot fail
Iup milfMhi'on onc-of th host and
finest id .Now Mexico ; tor mining ro
giona like agricultural regions., dovel
op with be.dcfeloptucnt of railroad fa
cilities, mines which it would not pay
to work 'while remote from railroad
liueH, often becoming immensely profit
' able'when such lines'are brought near
to them, as exemplified in all portions
. of the now West. , , ( .
Thére is also a swelter' In operation
in the Magdalena), "about 30 miles to
the Went of Souorro, making three
- smelters undone stamp will for this
immediate section of country. .There
, injooal an d-lfim IKitlJu! tLreo Stilus of
the town. At San Antonio, a dozen
mileü South, there oro seventy coke
, oyen y in rnureeful (yipratim, jvhich
I ' ''ri'v'f df&ci f(iuiti(n wupks In ra
ía. ffoUsrí;fli C'intfy, tioítaal be
ing brought fnnu Carthage, twelve
uiilenJiAst oiSan Autuuio, and con
nected with it by a branch railroad,
wiicre aro " very éiteusive coal mines,
operated "by the railroad company; bo
mat iuci tor reduction purposes as wen
&s domeHtiu uso i abundant and cheap.
With i u six iuik'8 of Socorro are ex
;thij bcjla sof ,tÍt 6if st marble of
remsrkable beauty and the most dur
''able'rju'ñlity,' for the' Vdrking of which
. i a very Ux scale, arrangements are
now being perfla ted.
Soe6it6ia the" éenUT of no lew than
fifty important wining district, abound
ing in gold,' silver, copper and lead, and
rich in other minerals, such as fire-clay,
alum, üitj puiioj-'si cjaj kaolin nd
other rocks of decorative value, which
will in, time;.tnake the town a great
m'unufictirrmg center, as well as a
smelting and mining center; 1 .. 'V
.The valley of the Uio Grande itself,
affords a vasl "area of agricultural lauds,
afnll profJrti)U?orw4i)liisfci yet
'under cuitivttli'ui, winch invite the fa
vorable atfeution o'f the farmer and
hortiu4uv-Nwih lhuft vvodrful ca
lites, í is s iliioutite 'wljurever
thV hUii.i eiltivaUj.i iTbíU val
ley lauds are e.sjiociiilly adapted to the
cultivation of fruits of all kinds which I
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can Iks raisod iu the teinprtc xoim and
eHix-cmlly to that of the grape which is
grown in this valley although only
the native or miHHiou urnpc introduced
by the mission fathers hundred of years'
ago, is cultivated r-ifl said to , bo supe
rior to anything in thin line produced
on the continent, in point of sweetness
and flavor. The fig also flourishes in
Irrigation is everywhere necessary,
put whereverthe waters nf .' the ' liio
2 iv. It ...
viauuq nc carnea over t mt - lanfl; Dy
means of acequioa or ditches, the most
abundant crops of all kinds are raised,
including besides fruits, all of the
grains and grasses. Alfalfa is the most
profitable crop iu this valley, whoro it
can bo cut from four to five timos a year
which will avorago $20 per ton in the
local market. There is no place in the
world where farming can be made more
profitable than in this rich valley, adja
cent to extensive mining regions which
assure a firm home market for every
thing which can be raised.
i -r But -wveo thin Jong category .of re-
sougcvsjaofa.nog exhaust ioflorjo jad
vantages. Hundreds of stock lanch
es are located through the mountains
and on the plains in every direction
where tens of thousands of cattle, hor
ses, and hheep range, . and vbjch pay
tribnteto Socorro. I It w already an
important1 wholesale center ,"the old
style of doing business iu tho West
having been to a great extent revolu
tionized by the advent of the railroads.
The country merchants and ranchmen
find it more advantageous to buy sup
pi ios often, near at hand on thirty days
time at a small margin over Ne York
quotations, than to buy immense stocks
as formerly ou six months time and pay
virtually fifty per cent profit ou their
goods, as they were obliged to do in the
old duys, when it took mouths to get
an invoice into thecouatry from East
ern headquarters. A great many or
ders are received by mail from all the
outlying camps iu the mountains.
Influence of Woman.
Tho well-being of society rests ou
our homes, and whut are their founda
tion stones but woman's enre and de
votion ? A good mother is worth an
army of acquaintances, and a true-
hearted, noble sister is more precious
than the" "dfearfive "hundred friends."
The love.&e ÍxpiV(íorth( dorueB.
tío blesnlpgs j$crR itnanufl
nite goodness, and it is a foretaste of
a better world tocomcTTyJU Q! t
Our homes, as oue nail observers, are
the church, iiMj , al) ( t iLtions
and b'rgabfzktioDS t'liat give.'bfcusings
all. vitality ' to.Cijíal ' tiMtimce aré
herein originated aud fuutered.'
Those who haVSpicfei-'aroHrtd'trie'
sjijne doorstep, baiked'
motner miíé, in 'whósé v
in the a.rae
veins the same
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HENRY LOOKHAKT, PltOP. Socorro,
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.taarm:u. l, ifKUUKS
blood flows, are bound by a sacred tie
that can never be broken. Distance
may separate, quarrels may occur, but
those jvho have a capacity to love any
thing must have at times a bubbling up
of fond recollections", and n yearning
aitjrthe joys of by-pwednjs.. Every
woman has a miHsion on earth. Bo sh
high or low degree iú singlo blcmed
new or double she is lecrennt to her
duty if hesita with foldod hands and
empty head aud heart, and frown ou
all clainii to her benevolence or efforts
for th welfare of others. There
"something to do" for every one a
household to put in order, a child to
attend to some parent to -are for.
8uie class of unfortuuato, degraded, or
homeless humanity to befriend. -'To
whom much is given, of them much
win oe required. , 1 hat soul is poor
imieodjtbat leaves the world without
having exerted an influence thut will
be( felt for good after she Las paired
There is little beauty iu the lives
of those women who are drawn into the
circles of fashionable life, whose arena
is public display, whoso nursery is their
prison. At home does woman appear
in her true glory; in the inner sanctu
ary of home life can she bo most like
those who walk above "iu soft, white
light," and follow the Lamb whitherso
ever he gocth ? Clereluud Leader.
How Long t would take.
The project lor filling the Desert of
Sahara with water is creating a great
deal of discussion amoug foreign, espe
cially rranoh journals. Natnrully tho
question has arisen, how long it would
take to fill the-whole basin of Sahara.
and some startling figures are given in
Connection therewith. Five thousand
years, li is claimed, would be required
to fill up that vast sea of saud were the
water to flow through a posriogij ono
hundred feet wide and twenty -five feet
deep, with the velocity , of fouf miles
an hour. TJudor the same conditions
it would take four thousand years for
the waters of the Mediterranean to fill
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mo iii-j ui me iioruan. utu a
channel one hundred times greater ca
pacity it would do the work in forty
years. ;) At tho same rate it would take
400,000 years to fill tho Caspian Sea to
the level oi the AlediUaranean. Vor.
I Juiately, it ijjoBly J potion o Sahara
wnicii can t niad int a Ukn nr n.
land sea, and doubtless thore are mid-
iiT i 1: s 'l T. '. , .
ííiXW'ií.S0-1"! w&o will live to
ace the feat accomplished. Demorcst
OscárXNIld says that living in Eng
láixí 4 iubh-rjrpér 'than W'this
country. "For instance," he sayO'ybu I
eadLnuaf ttfleoltiren England for
cosfs á dollar.
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INVENTMET COMPAN Y, ,",
Or FORT WORTH,
Socorro X.-M Manager for XEW MCXfCO and..MZO..l
i Tb train from El rnso,duc at tha C.
of Mexico on the rooming of tho 7th,
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was maliciously thrown off the track
aul the agent wna reported killed
There were no other casunlties Thieves
fired on the train, but flod without mo
lesting tho pasaeiigeiii.Tka wrecking ,
of Una train gava riso to a report that
the special traiu from Topeka, convey
ing directors, had been wrecked, and
that Uvnernl Manaeer Robinson had
. ' "
One of our young men went iuto a
.t. ik .ul i... r . .
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nis favorite brand, aud as tho dormán I
Countess handed him his "Henry Clay" '
over tlio counter he observed: "Henry
t lay Ls dead." "Isli dot
the teudi-r hearted girl.
i vos so 8or -
ry, for lis did mako goot cigara." 0
There is no class of workmen in the '
country, so miserably fed, clothed and
paid as the clergy. Thore is no class
of men to whom others, high or low,
rich or poor, faithful or unhelii.
uniformly go, nud fmm whom they eo
uniformly receive help in nhysiciU a
well as mental suffering aud need.
N, Y. Journal of Commerce.
At the sale of youngsters at Elmen-
dorf, Ky., on the 14th of May, James
. Jveene, the busted speculator,', suld
tn yearling colts, the prices ranging
from :if)0 to l'.tiOO.
JOHN Y. HEWITT.
Wn'iTK Oaki '. .- - Saiw Mxi( o.
W. K. KELLY, ' '
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Attom'y and Cbunsek r
V V.'.Ür'at Law
And,' Notary Public.
Will attend to Miuinjr aud Land Litiga
, . tlou ana Collections. .
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Attorneys" at Law,'
Albu'nuerque, M. M. w
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y.l'rompt Attention given vlo legal
,UidiieM iii a3 the courts in th(
C Mwtna riniuwr William WAtum
,. M'jurj ruble .
Mjjiing Brokers JT
Real Estate Agents.
WmtkOaks. ,i- NawiUxuo.
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t White (hkt Arenue.
WHITE OAKS, NEW MEXICO
i - Assays (
r or (rolu and Sliver. , 82 SO
: Fir Ooli!
I rot Silver
j For Lead
; nt iW t- -
! Analytical ITcst...
tr-Minri Examined and Reported
upon. Correspondence olcited.
DR. GOCHENAl Elt.
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1 rnvsiman Rn SnrrTfinn
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J " i'ww, X M. '
Oa 11m PUr, Nix In DnvU' Drvf Store.
G. D. Bowman, H. D. Howman
Late Itegt. La. O. Lag Cruces.
G. D.& H. D. BOWMAN,
Lana and General
Prompt attention to business before the
I . rv l.nnd Ufnee. Lorresponilencn so
licitud. Onice Montezuma Hotel build
Inn, Las CruresN. M.
IRA E. LOENARD.
íf-Oftloe first door North of
C. G. DUNCAN M. D.
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SOCORRO CO BANK BUILDING
Socorro,' ' - , - ' X. M.
" B. A. BASS,
OTO .Q R AP HE
Ai r Work
Socorro "' ' ' :- " '.V.
, (! . ILK i AN A. TIFFANY, ..
Attorneys át Law;,
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Office in Abeytia Rloclc.
- T.' A. DAVIS, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
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II-.-1 , . i ' -T i Socorro, N. M,
Oflice Davis Drug Store. Riidenoe
Southwest Corner Plaza. . i
HEADQUARTEBS FOR" imíIÑa; STOCK
PR O PERT
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W. J. MOR PHY.
J, P. SMITH. J. DREED,
TEXAS -INVESTMENT COLIPMJY
OF Fort Worth, TexiiHj U. tJ. ',' .JsLm
Dealers in All Kinds of .
Live Stock, Rancli Proienies; Sconrmes, Kg
Paid Up Capital, $100,000 Surf
BHAXCll OVFICBS.UttiA, Sra Antonie, lUorado City, Wiehata Fall; end
" Et Futo Tetu: Sororro, JVimt Xtjrieo: Chitago. Illinois and Lundan. England.
Dii..cto A. M Brillen. rr.íd.nt Cliy N.tlonal B.nV: W J. Rbar, rr..Mert Tr K.ií. b!
iri. ' r' S,.ml'h.' M'or orl w'l. of lh Korl WorU N.Uim.l HnnVi I. i. Rl, KucbUa,
.ud ninctor in Mnt N.ilonnl ll.nk, w. A. Huffm... nfih. W. A.Hurtm.tt i ..l,.Jrnl Co.: i.ln.
Mr in, ofWTiln Brown Co.. Wholil, I)ry Utw.1 W j. M.rph, Cu,. .S.n Uu. B. Lovtea.
Uniigrr tovuig 1-uMnlili.g Co.. ana J. r. v.D.,tUncflmn ini C.itl. iUr.
Our facilities for handling business in our line are uncounted.
:1 cam and will make it 'o the interest of investors to deal through us.
0. L. Brooks Manajér for Sew Mexico and Arliona,' ' Socorro, New Mexico.
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Beef, Mutton Pork. Venison and Sausdgo,
Pag' Al! Orders by Mail Promptly Fillod. "t
At B. W, Rice's Old Stand, South Side of ? lata.
L. J. MoCuLLOTG-B,
Choice Family Groceries, Flour, Meal, : i
- : - .Vegetables, Etc. Full Lino ; !
of Provisions. ' ( -
'' l raj no R nl, no Clerk Hite, and can Aford ta i - .
' v Sell as Cheap as the Cheapest'. -' ' '
Manían ares Avenue, - . ' . ':' Socorro VJ 1ixic'o,
THE WINDSOR I
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The Largest and
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WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION,
cñuiourí & noonn, ;
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AND mülZZ um
Furoi-led HotoJ in Nnw' Mexica.
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