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my, y VOL. 20 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, MARCH 45, 1902 NO. 9 THE PALACE SALOON. T TAS just beta opened to the public The pro prietor guarantee every arti cle they offer for tale to be exactly ai repreaented. They have a varied itock of Fine Wines and Liquors. Domestic Cigars. Imported Cigars. Smoking Tobaccoes. Family Trade Solicited. Liles 5; Torres. NEWS OF THE WEEK. 225 Sale Stable. ..ALSO.. COAL, CEMENT, LIME, HAY, AND GRAIN. May & Yunker, Successors to C. T. Brown. TO TUB SOUTHEAST X NEW SYSTEM REACHING WITH ITS OWN RAILS, MEMPHIS, BIRMINGHAM AND If ANT OTHER IMPORTANT POINTS IN THE SOUTHEAST. GOOD CONNECTIONS AT BIRMINGHAM FOR MONTGOMERY. ' MOBILE, ATLANTA, SAVANNAH AND A.LL POINTS IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA. PASSENGERS ARRANGING FOR TICKJSTS VIA THE Who I WILL HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO ENJOY THE COMFORTS OF A. BRAND NEW. UP-TO-DATE LIMITED TRAIN The Southeastern Limited. rm.1. nroamnoi a m to aomra nil BiTBI OltllFDUT rniVI.BKD VPOIf AmiClTlot TO 1VT BBPSJBIIJCJVTATlTa or hi ooHriir, oa to 726 CENTOHT Building, SAINT LOUIS. Renard for Lost Hornet . On February 26, at Montoso, I lost two horsjs. a bay and a sorrel, branded FiTTl on the lelt shoulder. I will pay a literal reward to be informed .where they are or for their delivery to Don Juan (iarcia at Magdalena, N. M. Fran.c A. IlriiUHLi., Albuquerque, N. M. A Summitry of Important Erent Con densed from the I'res DiKpatehe. Prince Henry sailed from New York for home Tuesday after noon. Miss Alice Roosevelt, daughter of the president, is visiting the island of Cuba. Ex-Governor John P. Altgeld of Illinois died in Joliet Wednes day morning of apoplexy. Omaha experienced a severe windstorm Tuesday morning that wrecked about fifty houses. Morgan O. Llewellyn relieved Quinby Vance as surveyor gen eral of New Mexico Tuesday. There are rumors of the preva lence of diphtheria in several of the northern towns of the terri tory. Senator Clark of Montana wants to be chairman of the Democratic congressional cam paign committee. The measure providing state hood for New Mexico, Arizona, and Oklahoma was reported to the house yesterday. Secretary Long of the navy de partment has resigned and W II. Moody of Massachusetts has been appointed his successor. General Methuen of the Brit ish army, who was severely wounded and captured by the Boers Mondaj, has been released l here arc zu.uuu men íule in Uoston because 01 a strike among railroad freight handlers to pre vent the employment of non union men. A woman of Raton brought about the capture of two burg lars whom she found in her house on her return from church Sun day evening. The transport Sheridan arriv ed in San Francisco Thursday from Manila bringing ninety seven sick, six insane, and 1,189 short term men. Governor Otero has written s strong letter urging the enforce ment in every county in the ter ritory of the law against the selling of liquor on Sunday. The question of reducing the duty on Cuban sugar is still be lng debated in congress. It is understood that the bill for such reduction is to be made an ad ministration measure. Superintendent I. B. Hanna has been instructed by the inter ior dapartment not to give graz ing permits upon forest reserva' tions in the territory to persons living outside the territory. Monday's dispatches announc ed that the British forces had just suffered a severe loss at the hands of the Boers. The British general, Methuen, was wounded and captured, 113 of his men were killed and wounded, and 200 were missing. Col. Max Frost, editor of the Santa Fe New Mexican, is now ! 33d degree Mason, that degree of the Ancient and Accepted Scot tish Rite having been conferred upon him this week as a reward for 16 years of efficient service as deputy of the supreme council New Mexico. COMPANY H, 1ST REGIMENT A Company of the National fluard Sow Organized In Socorro. Socorro is now the proud posses sor of a fully organized military company belonging to the na tional guard. The company is to be known as Company II, of the First Regiment of Infantry. The officers have received their commissioners, which are very handsome. The company is dnl- ing every night and, according to Capt. Matthews, making ex cellent progress. The equipment will be complete and the very latest, including Krag-Jorgcnsen rifles. A requisition to this effect has already gone forward to the quartermaster's depot in San GENERA! ORDERS. Territory of New Mexico, j Oihce of Adjutant General. ) Santa Fe, N. M., March 8, V)0Z. General Orders, No. 6. 1. Whereas at the town of So 43 men possessing the necessary qualifications have associated themselves together for the pur pose of organizing a company of infantry, and have applied to the Governor and Commander-in-Chief through the Adjutant Gen eral to be made a part of the National Guard of said Terri torv: It is therefore ordered that said company be and the same is de clared organized to be known as Company II. of the First Regi ment of Infantry, National Guard of New Mexico, and is assigned to the second battalion. 2. T. J. Mathews is hereby ap pointed captain; S. Abeyta, first lieutenant, and William M Swisher, second lieutenant of Company II. First Regiment of Infantry, National Guard, to date from March 8th, 1902, and they will be respected and obeyed accordingly. By order of Miguel A. Otkro, Governor and Commander-in- Chief. W. II. Whitbman, Brigadier General, Adjutant General. - - 5 OF HOME INTEREST. Remember that May & Yunker have reduced livery prices. Katzenstein has a fine assort ment of Easter goods. See them. Hon. Solomon Luna was enter tained at the Windsor Wednes day. Easter eggs, chicks, ducks, rabbits, etc., now on sale at Katzenstein's. The Chieftain's Rank. The editor of the Roswell Record has recently compiled a table showing the amount of hand set reading: matter and of advertisements contained in each of sixteen of the leading week lies of the territory. From this table it appears that only two of the papers referred to contain a a greater amount of such reading matter than The Chieftain while all but three of them contain a greater amount of advertising matter. Comment is unnecessary. Bane Ball. The crowd that assembed to witness bunday s ball game was not so large as usual and the game was not so good as usual i here was a lack ot snap and en thusiasm in the playing of both teams. A feature of the game was the large number of home runs made. Following is the score by innings: Socorro 04000520 112 Gem City 52324120 1) Subscribe for The Chieftain. COPY OF GAUGER'S FORM 59. Owensboro, Ky., Dec. 2 lie-gauged for Sour Ma ah Disig. Co. ó Barrels of M 2 Monarch. Whisky deposited in, Bonded Warcliouse Yo. 17, of Sour Mash Distg. Co. 1901. Path or Wm 3 I H Nu""J lnsn.cTio Sehial No. Gallon J 5.2 Nbt Wins 5 Proof T No. Wabe- No. Ta Paid Mo, in If" Capacity t Gallon Gallon Gallon Oouih Stamp Stamp. Wak- f 5 & Uou.a A pill 378.: 47 15! j Js 32 lii 33! 33 9 957JU3I XUOtOb DO 3 T'J 16, 1L, 3. 3 5 7 4 1 15 V,i , 4 45 4 4 to I í T I8'í J9 0 74 3 1 9 4T 11, 3i XS9 X) 9 99)J0V 2210701 I ; 157 ' 166 43 f Go Entered mi our Form ,5 as delivered to P. N. Signed CAREY SNODDY, U. S. Ganger. The Chieftain office has just been supplied with a stock of card envelopes. W. H. Sanders and wife were guests at the Windsor Tuesday from Magdalena. John Becker, the well known merchant of Bclen, was in the city Monday morning. Frank F. Smith is spending the busy season on his stock ranch near Monticello. Mrs. Russell Howell will teach a term of public school in Water Canon, beginning Monday morning. L. J. Otto, the gentleman who didn't want to be county surveyor, stopped with landlord Yunker Tuesday. W. II. Sanders, one of Socor ro county's prosperous stockmen, had business in this city the first of the week. Katzenstein has the only stock of fancy health foods in town. They are dainty and delicious. Crackers, wafers, etc. Mrs. Silas Alexander went to Hillsboro Tuesday accompanied by her infant son for a visit of ten days or two weeks. Socorro was visited yesterday by one of the severest wind storms ot tne season ana oy sngnwy freezing weather last night. Collector Abran Abeyta was called to Albuquerque yesterday on important private business, He returned home this morning, Messrs. Gus L. Hood and T. J, Cox, business men of Frisco, were in town two or three days this week attending to private affairs. The Mine Development com oanv have installed meir new steam hoister this week at the New Era mine in the Black Range. II. A. Patterson came down from Magdalena ednesday to enter upon the work he contract ed to do in overhauling Biavas chi's saloons. A meeting has been called to convene at Albuquerque April 11 to organize a grand chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star for the territory. Doctor and Mrs. C. G. Duncan gave a dinner party yesterday at their home on California street to the physicians of the city in honor of Dr. II. R. Brown. G. Biavaschi has had several laborers employed this week in the Antonio Abeyta building tearing out the vaults and other wise preparing to enlarge and improve his Arcade saloon. Santa Fe Pacific Railroad Co, vs. Board of County Commission ers of Socorro County, New Mexico, et al., to abate taxes, is the title of a case filed this week in the office of the district clerk. This morning's dispatches an nounce a heavy fall of snow over the Rocky Mountain region from northern New Mexico northward As usual, Socorro escaped with only a wind storm and a breath of cold air. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Brown and family have taken up their abode this week in the Blackwell prop erty. The property has recently been put into excellent condition and now makes a commodious and comfortable home. County Assessor Beni. Sanchez wrote from Luna Valley under date of March 10 that it was snowing heavily. He is out on official business and will proba bly not return to Socorro until about the first of April. Prof, and Mrs. C. Ilerrick regis tered at the Windsor this morn ing. Prof. Ilerrick will be in town until Monday. Mrs Iler rick tx)k the morning train for Magdalena." They have just re turned from New York. Everybody who likes to see the national game played as it should be played should present him self at the ball eround Sunday. March 23. Don't forget the date. The game wili be without doubt the most entertaining of the season. Andy Wickham surprised and delighted his relatives and friends by arriving unannounced at the home of his parents in this city Sunday morning. It seems to re quire something more serious than a broken leg to suppress Andy's exhubcrant spirits. Roy A. Stamm visited Socorro Wednesday for the first time as representative of the Albuquer que Journal-Democrat. Mr. btamm is a hustler and it will be due to no lack of eilort on his part if the business of the paper he represents does not thrive in this vicinity. Ross McMillan, J. B. Squires, and S. T. Reynolds returned Wednesday night from a two weeks trip in the mountains of the eastern part of the county. All members of the party show the effects of wind and weather, though they declare that the trip was very enjoyable. C. B. Allaire of San Antonio was in the city Monday. Mr. Allaire has been doing a thriv ing coal mining business at Car thage but now expects that some of the mines of that camp will have to shut down on account of the use of oil for fuel on the rail roads and elsewhere. C. T. Brown and Prof. F. A. Jones returned Thursday from a ten days' absence in the Black Range. They encountered some rather blustering weather on the trip. Prof. Jones brought back with him enough mineral speci mens to supply the class in assay ing for several weeks. F. G. Bartlett, one of the com mittee appointed to look after the improvement of the Strawberry Peak road, is out today with Prof. F. A. Jones locating the road. It is expected that when this road is made passable the distance from Socorro to Magda lena will be shortened by five miles. C. T. Brown has been request ed by the editor of the Miner and '- s ; : 1 yr ; "".' .vv ijflM a ) Kíi.tdl í Jxj l sy (SRI2A3Í3 Improves the flavor and adds to the health fulness of the food. Scpcria-tlve ia Strcn-tii and Parity, -nirE BAKINO POWDER CO..CHICAOO. Order of the Knstern Star. Magdalen chapter No. 9, Order of the Eastern Star, was duly or ganized in the Masonic hall of this city Thursday night. There were eighteen members present. The indications are that tho chapter will have a successful and useful career. Officers wcra installed as follows: Worthy Matron, Mrs. Lizzia Griffith; worthy Patron, E. A. Drake; Associate Matron, Mrs. Mary Bartlett; Conductress, Mrs. Emma Dougherty; Associata Conductress, Mrs. Mary Duncan; Treasurer, A. E. Howell; Adah, Mrs. Mary E. Collins; Ruth. Mary C. Glasson; Esther, Jennie E. Cook; Martha, Phoebe Howell; Electa, Anna K. Brown; Chaplain, Mary C. Glasson; Warder, G. Fitch; Sentinel, F. G. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Jas. Manufacturer of El Paso to con- Bartlett. tribute to that publication a ser ies of articles on the resources of the' mineral region of southern New Mexico. No man in this section is better qualified than Mr. Brown to speak upon the subject. M. K. McMillan, a young at torney of Buffalo, N. Y., who ar rived in New Mexico with his father, Hon. Dan'l II. McMil- an, is now in the city the guest of his brother Ross. Mr. Mc Millan is pleased with New Mex ico and may conclude to locate in the territory for the practice of his profession. Company II is making good progress and considerable enthu ' . 1 I . 1 L. siasm is ocinir buuwo uy mc young men of the organization ..... , . . , , T i r - A lime military arm is goou ior a young man for discipline and for the bearing it gives, it would be well for every young man who can possibly do so to enroll himself as a member o Company II. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Probert entertained a number of thei friends Wednesday evening at the Park House. The evening was passed very pleasantly at cards and music. The needs of the physical appetite were not forgotten, however, for delicate and toothsome refreshments were served. All guests took their leave with a sense of having been delightfully entertained. Sheriff and Mrs. Blackington gave one of the most successful entertainments of the season last night at their residence on Mc Cutchen avenue in honor of Dr. II. R. Brown and his friend H. B. Iluntoon who have been visit ors in the city for several days. There were about sixty guests present and it is safe to say that every one of the number had a royal good time. Doctor Brown, grew from boyhood to manhood in Socorro and left here about eierhtecn years ago. Since thai time hti. has studied medicine in both America and Europe aud risen to prominence ia his profes sion. His present home is in Providence, Khode Island. TrogresHlre High Fife. About forty guests assembled in tne Jvnights or fytnias nan Monday evening to accept the hospitality of the Rathbone Sis ters. Progressive high five was the principal feature of the even ings entertainment and was greatly enjoyed by all present. b irst prizes were awarded to Mrs. C. G. Duncan and E. A. Drake and consolation prizes to Mrs. C. F. Blackington and Arthur Abernathy. After the game arx petizing refreshments were serv ed. Later those so disposed in dulged in dancing for an hour. The Rathbone Sisters easily maintain their reputation as mis tresses of the art of entertaining. Mrs. C. E. VanDeusen, of Kil bourn, Wis., was afflicted with stomach trouble and constipation for a long time. She says, "I have tried many preparations but none have done me the good that Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets have." These tablets are for sale at A. E. How ell's, Socorro; W. M. Borrowdale, Magdalena. Price, 25 cents. Samples free. Easier Mondar Dance, The Rathbone Sisters will give an Easter Monday dance in. the Knights of Pythias ball. A card party will be given in the lodge room at the same time ior those who do not care to dance, Admission to the dance, $1.00; to the card party, 25 cents. Re freshments, IS cents. Every body is cordially invited to attend. At their annual meeting Mon day the regents of the Agncul tural College at Mesilla I'ark elected G. A. Richardson presi dent to fill the vacancy caused by the removal from the board Qi ex-Governpr L. B. Prince by Governor Otero. Ex-Governor Prince will test the question of his removal in the courts. For the Bull right. at Juarez, Mexico, Sunday, March 16, tickets will be sold to El Paso March 15 and 16 at $9.30 for the round trin, return limit March 17. Thos. Jaques, Santa Fe Agt The Talace saloon is doing a tx t.ter business than the pruprie- tors, Me;rs. Liles & Torres, a. ticiyatc.d, \n\n corro, in the County of Socorro, YUNKER, Socorro, N. M.