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(mi y VOL. 20 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1902 NO, 42 S3X G. BIAMSCHTS TWO SALOONS. THE OLD STAND. Still stands as it lias stood for 20 years the favorite resort for strict ly first-class liquors of all sorts from a drink to a gallon cask. THE ARCADE. This place has just been richly furnished and is strictly up to date in all respects. The motto here is "Once a customer always a customer." n SHORT ORDER RESTAURANT. An old Harvey House cook has been employed and as good meals will be served as can be had in the State of New Mexico. Single meals, or board by the day or by the week. Come and bring your frknds for a square meal. FAHILY TRADE SOLICITED. IEWLY FURNISHED PM1S. Everything brand new, clean and comfartablo. The best place in town for lodging by the night, by the week, or by Ilia month. Solid comfort while you sl&ep, ALL FIRST CLASS. AVASCHI WHITNEY COMPANY WHOLESALE Shelf HARDWARE Heavy STOVES, RAR3GE3, TIM and GRANITE IRON WAKE. ftfOtfERS and RAKES. PUS3PS, IflOM P3PE and P!PE FITTINGS. Mine asid Mill Supplies. O PLUSBrtinC, HEATIÍJG and TIHKIKG. Q Largest Mail Order House in New Mexico. 11.-115-117 South First St., Albuquerque, Inquiries Solicited. New Mexico. Republican County Ticket. For Delegate B. S. RODEY For the Council W. II. ANDREWS 4 BY STATES AND TERRITORIES INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN TICKET. E. W. EATON For Representative HERMENE G. BACA For Treas. & Ex-Officio Collcctar THE NEW MARKET. rt. E. COK. PLAZA. JUST OPENED, EVERYTHING NEW, NEAT AND CLEAN. TII2 MEATS WE CARR1 are the brst that can be pro cnreJ. Thoy are the finest results from carefully raised ktock well handled in butch ering. PERFECTLY SERVED o that there is never any difficulty in getting a nice roat or ateak whenever you want it. JOHN RUFF PKOPKIETOR. Southeast Cor. Plaza. Sliver, dfeeb 2D5 Sale Stable. ..ALSO.. COAL, CEMENT, LIME, HAY, AND GRAIN. May & Yunker, Successors to C. T. Brown. LATEST ELECTION NEWS. Rodej's Majority flronrg and the Leg Mature lit Almost Solidly Repub lican. This morning's dispatches state that at Republican head quarters Rodey's majority is now placed at 8,000. It is also claim ed that all twelve members of the council will be Republicans, also twenty-two of the twenty four members oí the assembly, The Returns Show That the House of Representares Will Be Safely Republican. The returns from the various states show substantial and sat isfactory Republican gains. The house of representatives will be Republican by a majority of 25 or 30. NEW YORK. Odell, Republican, is elected governor by nearly 13,000 plural ity. The legislature is Republi can, insuring the return of Mr. IMatt to the United States sen ate. CALIFORNIA. George C. Pardee, Republican, is elected governor by a majority of about 2,500. The legisla ture, which will choose a United States senator, is safely Repub lican on joint ballot. COLORADO. Peabody, Republican, is elect ed governor, but the legislature is probably Democratic. Sena tor Teller may not be re-elected. PENNSYLVANIA. Samuel W. Pennypacker, Re publican, is elected governor by about 135,000. Twenty-eight out of thirty-two congressmen are Republicans and four are fu sionists. TEXAS. Texas is unanimous as usual. Every congressman is Demo cratic. 0 MONTANA. There was a Republican land slide in Montana, llalloway, Kepublican, is elected governor by 10,000 plurality. IDAHO. Idaho experienced a Republi can landslide. The state Repub lican ticket is elected by a ma jority of about 6,000. The leg islature is overwhelmingly Re publican on joint ballot. NEVADA. Fusion carried the day by 1,500. OKLAHOMA. Both Republicans and Demo crats are claiming the territory by the narrow margin of 1,000. ARIZONA. Democratic success is conceded WASHINGTON. The state is in the Republican rank by 8,000 or 10,000 majority. MISSOURI. Missouri elects 15 Democrats out of 16 congressmen. The leg islature, which is safely Demo cratic, will elect a successor to Senator Vest. KANSAS. The sunflower state sends solid Republican delegation to Congress, and a Republican leg islature will elect a successor to Senator Harris, Democrat. MASSACHUSETTS. The Republicans elected the state ticket and 10 out of 14 con gressmen. WYOMING. Wyoming went overwhelming ly Republican. DELAWARE. There promises to be a dead lock in the state legislature on the election of a successor to Senator J. Edward Addicks. IOWA. One Democratic congressman is elected in Iowa for the first time in 8 years. The Republi can plurality for the state ticket is 70,000. OHIO. The Republican majority in Ohio is not far from 100.000, and the congressional delegation will consist of 17 Republicans and 4 Democrats. MARYLAND. "Maryland, my Maryland" is Republican by about 8,000. WISCONSIN. Lafollette, Republican, carried the state by at least 40,000. INTEREST IN IRRIGATION. Representatlre of Fairbanks Monte & Company OiTerliijr Special Induce ments. D. J. McCanne, consulting en gineer lor l airbanks, Morse cc Co. of Denver called by on his re turn from a trip down the valley investigating the water supply and extent of irrigable lands on which pumping plants may be economically used. He reports having been enthu siastically welcomed by the chambers of commerce of Las Cruces and El Paso, and states that everything points to a won derful future for mechanical irri gation in this valley. He placed a plant with the A. & M. Col lege at Mesilla Park which will have capacity to irrigate 160 acres of land. All those inter ested are invited to send their names and addresses to the col lege and ask for the bulletins which will give the results of the tests made on this method of ir rigation. As an illustration of the value of this means of supplying water, Mr. Fosy White, who has a 5 acre orchard at Earlham, says that 6 hours run from the ditch that happened to reach him at a critical time this season made more than $1,000 for him. This same quantity of water could have been secured at any time he wanted it by a pumping plant consuming 26 gallons of Beau mont oil at a cost of 52c. When 52c worth of water will earn $1,000, there should be no trou ble to convince farmers of the value of pumping plants.- Mr. McCanne says his company purpose establishing a branch of their business al El Paso to sys tematically introduce their machinery. CRACKSMEN AT WORK. Las Vena an(j Albuquerque the Scene of Operations of Musters of the Safe Cracking Art. The wholesale establishment of Browne, Manzanares & Co. was visited by cracksmen Wed nesday night. The safe was opened with drill and chisel but no booty was obtained for the reason that the firm had depos itcd all its cash in a bank the evening before. Thursday morning, presumably the same much more successful querque. The safe in Fe ticket office was drilled open and $'K)0 secured, also the safe of one of the business houses of the city was opened and $510 appro priated. Ihe neatness and tus patch with which these jobs were done show that the opera tors were past masters of their art. Absolutely no clue of the robbers has been found. however, can x was in Albu the Santa Kansas City and Jacksonville. November first the Frisco sys tem inaugurated a rcgulor winter through sleeping car service be tween Kansas City and Jackson ville, Florida. The car runs via the Frisco system from Kansas City to Birmingham, thence via the Southern Railway to Jack-ville. Fifty Years the Standard m t k 1 Awarded Highest Hansrs World's Fair. -Highest Tests U. S. Gov't Chemist Democratic Ticket. W. J. BORLAND For Representative ABRAN CONTRERAS For Commissioner, 2nd District CARPIO PADILLA For Commissioner, 3rd District MAURICIO MIERA For Probate Judge BOLESLO A. PINO For Probate Clerk LEANDRO BACA For Sheriff BENJAMIN SANCHEZ For Assessor A. C. TORRES For School Superintendent W. W. JONES For Surveyor FRANCISCO B. NUNEZ For Coroner é ít b ifc ih h fc ifc tit lit tb ifc 4 vb vk ii ti il 4 2 OF HOME INTEREST. 4 G. L. Hood of Reserve was ftmong the visitors in town Sat urday. El Paso is to have a union railway station costing half a million dollars. Ross McMillan left Thursday for a visit to his sheep ranches east of San Antonio. Max II. Montoya of San An tonio was among the guests of the Windsor Wednesday. Guy Hills, a thriving stock man of near San Antonio, was a visitor in the city Wednesday. Byerts is packing 1,000 boxes of as fine apples from his or chards "as ever grew out doors." Mrs. Joseph Price left Thurs day morning for a visit with relatives and friends in Albu querque. The race between Col. E. W. Eaton and II. II. Howard, for legislative honors is exceedingly close. The result can hardly be told until the returns are can vassed. Several New Mexico scientists have expressed the opinion that the ruddy appearance of ths sky at sunset is due to volcanic dust driven into the upper air by the recent volcanic eruptions in the West Indies and elsewhere. Conrado Baca came down Sun day from Santa Fe to lend a helping hand in carrying the flag of the Independents to vic tory. Since inserting his ad in the Chieftain last week A. D. Coon has not been able to fill all the orders that have come to him for apples. It is announced that Miss Mary McCullough, formerly of this city, will be married Novem ber 5 to Charles Roebuck of Colorado Springs, Colorado. Mrs. Cortesy's residence on McCutchen avenue has been in the hands of the painters and paperhangers for several days and is now fairly shining with newness. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. McCabe. who are now the parents of a bouncing baby girl, arrived in the city Monday from an extend ed visit at their former home in Michigan. Rev. Jos. McConnell left for the south Thursday afternoon after his regular monthly visit in Socorro. Rev. McConnell al ways meets a hearty welcome on. his visits in this city. Julius Campredon is now clerk ing in the store of his brother-in-law II. Chambón. Julius is thoroughly capable and Mr. Chambon's business will be bene fitted by his presence. Sheriff Blackington is keeping a careful lookout for the profes sional gentlemen who took pos session Wednesday night of $1,400 of Albuquerque cash that did not belong to them. District Clerk John E. Griffith left Socorro Wednesday morning to enter upon his duties at the session of the district court for Lincoln county. Mr. Griffith ex pects to be absent from home about three weeks. J. P. Chase arrived in the city Monday from a visit of several weeks in Denver. It is safe to presume that Mr. Chase helped to swell the Democratic majority that happened on the day follow ing his arrival home. Donald Browne, a son of E. L. . Browne, had the misfortune Fri day to get his left arm broken just below the elbow. Since Buf falo Bill was here the boys have been playing at lassoing. Yes terday a large boy roped young Browne, and in falling he struck his elbow on a rock, snapping it. Las Vegas Record. Col. Nat Straw, the champion bear hunter of the Rocky moun tains, arrived in the city yester day from the Mogollón region in company with W. Z. Redding. Col. Straw has been engaged in his favorite occupation in the Mogollons for several months and brought in enough bear and lion scalps to bankrupt the coun ty in the payment of the bounties.