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DAN r a it IN 1 ill JiJÍ 0 VOL. X. Arrival from Arizona. John M. l!lak of St. Jjhns, Ariaona and John 8. Eaton, of 8prinurvill Arizona, armed at Fruitland lat week from aa orerland trip via Gallup and wsre Tisitors in Aitec Wednesday, cortea by Assessor John R. Young, M BlaoK ia a brut tier of V in. U. Black, the well known proprietor of the Fruitland milla, and is the owner of oome property la that ricinity. Mr. Eaton ia a leading farmer at St. Johas and representa Jirgs party of hia neighbors who th-sire a ue location. its last atiwon ju Ar.aona was too d.y for ciopa and eten the Little Colo radoirotu which the St. John ranchmen draw their water supply baa been very low tbia vsr. For this reason mauy wf tne settlors ara dissatisfied aud winh nua a coantry of plenty of water and laada at low jiriees. Having viewed the Aotu.ua aad Una Juan valleys from Frultlai.d to Aztee, Mr. Eaton had formad hie idea of the oounty ai.d it was that "Tbia ia the beat aud meet inviting aecu'ou I have fcten in ainee leaving Utah (the Sevier valley) twenty years cK. Unlimited water and tortile Boil provide every qualification to my mind N aeceesary in this climate. Before returning to Ariiona Mr. Eaton will viait the, family of hia bou in law Lewis Ivy, who has recently located on the ban Juan near Largo. In the capae ity of ;jeut and representative of i buiaürl families m Arixon. bent on seeking new hornea in the Vst, Mr Entona opinion, aa uttered above, may man a great dsai to us. AZTKC. NKW MEXICO. I'UIDAY, JUNK :J0. It ii relialaly rep-ji tod in Duranco that the standard smelter will bo repaired and opened fur business aoon. The trust f melters over the state are still elrwed, both sides waiting tor the au pre me eoort'a decision on the eight hour law. Ever an Expansionist. The Rouh Riders' reuniou at Las Vegas the 21th, 25th and 20th iust. as sumed the importance of a national event, because of the presenile of Gover nor Roosevelt. All of the leading officers and scores of the runk and Ule of the fa-nous regiment were there. Satarday RioH(evell spoke to a great audience. Ho eulogized his comrades for their devotion to the cnuutry and gave utterauce to bin nxpunaion vestimenta aa follewe: ' Let i.s put forget the gallant men, the regulan and vnluutfeis who ;ire uphold ing thtt V'tinf f T 1 1 j - l-, . t,I jL..wí. lia iiu li ilippiiiea. Surely ti ere is not one of ui , hogo voíoh have nol .tingled with pride aa he read of the galluQtry of the men; aud I sup pose few of us have not thought at times that we should like ourselves to fight beside Lawton as w fought beside him last J uly, aud to see if the Rough Rids eould not do their share of the work bow done by the splendid men who fol lowed Kunston, Hiilu and other daring leaders who, during the past six month, have added so many new pag.s to the bailor roll of American history. . . . Whore our Hug has been raised it shall not be hauled down. Jf any difficulty seaa uraater thou we ahall exert a little mora strength in overecoming it. I read with pride the other day how both senators from Coliforoia. those of op posite political parties, joined in assur ing the president that California would stend like a roek behind him in seeing that (her was no step back in the l'lnlippiaes; and so I can assure him of the liku spirit from the great atate of which Iha'ethe honor to be governor. We want uo peuce talk with men who bear arms ia their banda. When once they aubniit they shall be treated with absolute justice and eijuity, and their rights tuoKt carefully guarded; but until they submit they muni be taught witn rough hand what it is to make war upon tho American üag. There ia no east and nowest. when wecouie tudeal with ques tions of this kind." fcfv. Eadie will preach in Aztec next Sunday muruing aud evening. Weather pormittiag. the evuing services will be held booeath the arbor, lighted by Chi nese lunterns. eultivatUa Necessary In Drouth. Tho La ('rucea Irrigation ditch ban heu dry since Jone S. and already poorly cultiva ted laud 1 allowing tUo erf outs of the dry wi-ailn-r. Htuoc the ditch went dry thcru bH hfvn ouu-flfth inch of ruin, aud thin came in a lirpUoor. Ou the Collet;farm an eftort hai bt i.u wade to keep a tine dut-cuver on the tilled lauda, with very gratifying reaulia than fur. The orchard 1 troue ovr with the elunt-toolh barrow aud the Acme (lulverlitr O'ja'ternuls weekn, aud the soil lit kpt lu the iineat tilth. Thlt stirring of the turfaue soli not only makee aa perfect a mulch as U p.isailjle to maintain over o large an area, but It prevents meed growth. The dunt mulch ohecka erauorutlon , aud aa the weeda cijnaume quite as much soil moisture aa other pluma, fr.edoui from weedn imam tho aavlug of much moisture for the tree. Ts lmportaacs of orchard tillage la here empLxnUed because ;ia the tnanliold dutle of the farm, the orahard is mont apt to be neglected. Deep tillage cannot be racum mpudi d aa a means of saving the molature of the oll. Tho oomraon hwrrow la a inoet excelh-nl orchard implement, much more useful. If kept go'ng, than the dlao harrow. It u.ikea thaiuorfuoe Boll.Uner, and does not cut in ao deep. Hub-aoilmg ia a prantlce of doubtful utility where there ia a lack of a oil uiolMure. Ou tin ('ollege farm a plat of corn In aub-aulk-d land la much drier than an adjacent plat plowed five Inches deep, though lu all other reapectithe plata have bad Meuttuul treat ment. The aubnolled plat waa stirred to a depth of IS Inches, aud both plata verr Irri gated before and Immediately after plautlug. t'lmalbly the sub-soiled plat olid not get as m ui' h water, through It seemed to abaorh more. Neither pint bus been Irrigated aluce M- 1th. but thoroutih cultivation haa been given. The tulltnit piauta are now lb luches hlgu.tbe tli I J la pttfectly clean, but the corn no the euh-eoiled laud la much curled by dry weal her. v. title that In Uve Inch plowing la aa yi t iiiiiiijutcd. Charlea i. Keller, lu Press Hull' un No. 13, New Moil.'O Culluge of Agri en it me. NO. Sil. FIXED FOR THE FOUKT11. Eyr, Preparation to Give Visitors to ntec a Day of Pleasure .. m ricimiuot oi Katriotlsm Old. Time Celebration. Health and :v-aith nwalt. In addition to the musical and on. torical erercisee to occur in tho morning, the committee on sports, through its chairman. Dr. Condit. baa prepared tho following program for the Fourth, addi tions to which may finally be made: The relay race atarte at Durango at 8:30 a. m. and the rislora are expected to arrive in Altec at about 10:15. From Durango to the state line Durangn wheel men will earry it, but at the hue Aztec wheelmen will take the mewiue which will be from Mayor MConnell of Du raugo to our committoson arraiiiíorount &Dd will be read in front of cuui t house ! when received, together with a watch to I accurately mark the time. Alpha High Oil with Harvey Baiter trailer will carry j the messago to Cedar Hill and there ! dsliver it to Burney Knickerbocker who ! with Dsau Howe r trailer will carry it to Leonard Boat's ranch, where Johnny Austin and John Maher aa trailer will receive it and bring it to the court house in Aztec, w here the message will be read. Then will como the exercises of the day and dinner, after which will occur the following programme of sports, com mencing at 1:30 p. m.: Hobble race for boys under 14 years of age, 100 yards. Prize to be aelected. Wheelbarrow race, free for'all. Prize 50 lb. sack of flour. Each iierMiin ia blindfolded and Bfter turning hia wheol- barrow entirely around is allowed to usa hie own judgment as to where the stake ia. One aearest the stale takes the prize. Cracker eatiag i-ontnst, bf.ys under II years of age, 6 craukers te each boy and no water allowed. Prizo, overalls' and hut. King tournament, free for all. En trañes fee, 25 sents each. Prize. and entrance fees divided bt ween firnt and seooud best in pri-portiou of two tbird sod one third; seven rinj;a and two trials. Suck race, frto fur all, bnys un Jer H years, first prize, $1; second, sack of peanuts. 2:30 p. m., bas-e ball game. 3:30 p. m., m.ituchioo danco, given by fifteen Mexicans in coatumo. 4:30 p. m., lawu tenuis, tournament. Lady and gentleman constitute a team. Winning teams of oai:h set play si;ain with other wianera until championaüip is decided. Laet but not leant comes the fireworks display, beginning at dusk. Bring all the little cues along and etay and let them see tho riruworka. In the evening there will bo a grand dance n the platform especially built for it. The managers of this affaw peonarse the beet of musía and a splendid time. Everyone is iuvited to come. Land on the La Plata. For several veara past settlers in town ship 32, range 13 west, which comprise. some valuable lund west of tho La Plata river in this county, have waited for the filing of a plat in the land oflicp at Santa Fe bo that they might porfoct title to the lauds. The following letter recently recoived by Probata Clerk Saflord indi cates that through his efforts and those of the aettlers. the matter ia about to be attended to: Office of U.S. Surveyor General. Dint. rit of Ne Mexico, Santa Ke, June 20. lsyj.-(Jhas. V. Safford. Probate einrh of San Juao county, Aztec, New Mexico. Uear bir: 1 am in receirjt of our favor of the ltith inet.. enclosing a petition from settlers in T. 32 N., R. 13 W. to have the mutter of tho survey of said towntihip closed and a plat tiled iu the local land otliee so that lb be able to secure title to their lanrfa ,) reply i nave to advise von thst I 's ' ' f, ' -. . ' tion to the Ilea. Commission ?r of the! Ueneral Lund OCTicu requesting to bn iustruciad to tile such plat iu the loaal land ofV.ce at the earliest possible nio ment. On receipt of a reply you will tie duly advietd. Very respectfully, QciNiiY Vance, Surveyor General. fai niiug and gardening thn in the Du rango section. It has no sapetiors. Aztec seems to be waitiug for the Du rango bicycle scorchers to get down with currency to buck up the race Hguinst the broncho. Krum the Durando Herald. The relay wheel race to Aztee on the morning of the 4th is creating consider able interest. The first riders will leave in front of the post ollico at 8 o'clock and the last will wind up at the Aztec poetollice. Five of tha six Durango riders have been selected aa follows Oartm. Pendleton. Keeker, Alien and Oiogan. (Jurtiu and I'eudletou will eiart the raee. The Duraugo boys will run to the state hue aud then deliver the messago to the Aztec ridera. Two will ride toiiuthor so in cun .f the other can go right along. i rl. UillesDie. the tho 8an Juan who ij to run his horse anaiust Ld. Bices tin a wheel hat-Ur, the city Hafivdav Tha rune ii 'c- :i:-r .-v 'i. . i . t , . . . . . luoney will be put up on the outcome. We are sure our Aztec friends will entertain our people handsomely on the 4th of July. Give them an opportunity. Dave Lewie of La Plata, N. M., is re ported to be at the point of death at his home. He was formerly of Ouray, where ho was engaged in miuing for many years, and recently ha ana others purchased the Jack Real ranch on the L- .i r. t H xMuia, and turuiuu the Revenue Trad- from the Dnrauga D'mocrat. in- jl .., u (, , . T ".T""1" "u ,., , , , .. ing 4 liinth to. Mr, Lumia ia a memuer The Durango-Aztas relay b.cyle oí the Ouray Woodman Camp, who have race the Fourth is an assured fact. The wire here ooncerniug him. One of bis relays will be ataUoned about six aud partners will be here tonight and proceed ore half mi es apart, the Durango to the home of Mr. Lewis with ul cyclists will di-liver the message to ttie , sible speed, hoping to reach there before ' ' tuu mi y a o i luc Biaiv Hue HUI1 they in turn to the Azttc olliciuls. Each relay will cousiet of two cyclists so aa to guard against delay by accident. quntj a iiuinuer oi new season, xtn , a.. ..i,.. . u ciue.-8who will locate in and around i man oomiug irom CJraud Junctiou to as 1' armington, one geutleman from Idaho I eist in the office work who was attracted here by Oklahoma men, aud a secoad from Cotleyville Ther is nu sm ti oners mo.e arul for men with capiti ' or ninitod means nt Juan county, New few localities in all the natural rcsoiirt Juan county ban favorslily bler along ruilioiH ii i until prices of j r the graup of the ii.. Tho isolation of Sj the railroad I. as lands are ctn apa. is an empire w i t.l, . j square with thtne i ing its length - , Hupplies of wa;.!i f climate is the fi.-.i ..: and there i uo rm anywhere. It has largo q in fertile land thai " that grows in tlm as ero, whe.it timothy, clover, eU vegetables that c, where, and as a fru. uiiftd to be the., Uuitod States o ti I . in many respects t, Products of bntter. try and dairy are country. It has finlds and plenty o, for building an 1 fu stock are nbiuidau all theae natura! r-t situatud in the niij-. eamps und mountiii southwest. (Jreati the products of tin dairy aud at prices ed by any other co" finest place for men , or limited meuns t i and independent lit "f tut- west that ti r opportunities feu with even M time than Sun ."iirieo, There me W'jst that .have i combind that Han 'Hlier localities so 1 natural resources ive born devloped r tit range beyond ' ith limited means, iuaii county from .'i piici-ii low and "v ! aiiui:e. It ... If, about 7j miles tit rivers travers ing inexhaustible :i PROFESSIOMAL. IH. T. J. V KST. I MVSlt N. SlftOhON. tiHSTKTKKTAN. Attec, New W.-il. ... Standard ROLLER MILLS. I) K. K. ti. I ijNDIT VIIVSH 1AS AM) SUki.KON. tra!ls iiuK-iutH ens hour, day or nih-ht. L'. K I'ieíii.n Kiaminiiur SurR.-on. zl'ic New Mexico. the lauils. Its i: United States healthful country . t km of rich, leve!, produce aoythiug l uiatu zone, such rye, ont, barley ', mi the finest v bo produced any .iiotry it is recsig country in the ' i California and ' rior to that State, Ii", honey und poul .'ii'xcelled by any rhauslible coal . timber and atone und ita runges fo r The county with rces is located and 't the great mining ' iwna of the great '. denianils for all " irm, orchard aud ',. n:h are not excell 'rv. ronders it tho t ith either capital uako both money as easy as can J)k. a. i:oskmhai I'lIYSU'IAX AN U SL'RHKON. N. tií i;v Aztec. N. foprietor, M. niiAN 1) : "Standard O l R KI.OI R is serund to uw, a nil our niieea sr nm Patent" and "Cock of the Walk." Kuiiniiia,'t4in, Sew Moiiv, E. . VMMTEHKMV ' ATiailSKY AT LAW. .. . . Notary Pi ulic Karuiin'ton. New Mi-xii o. GttANVtLbE rKNDLKTON, ATTOKNKY AT LAW. Will practice in all luiii u of the Territory. Artec, New Mexico. T.E. BOWMAN Mall Orders Solicited. Duranqo Price. FRED BUNKER in. ardware cultural and Stoves, Agri- Iiiipleinoiits and Wagons and Busies Will I X order anything not in stock. ; Aztec, New Mexico. Stringed Instruments Strings a Specialty. and Smelter City Papers. death ensues. E. D. Sharp has accepted a temporary position with tjtubbs A Jakway, return ing with Bruehvogul Co. luter iu the Kansas are Infatuatstl with the country. Regular meeting of There U uo belter point in which to lo-i cjunty commissioners ate in stock grow.ag, fruit raising or July 3. the board of next Monday, A Suggestion Solacious. A short and unassuming para rajih in Dave Day's Durando Daily Democrat theotlitr day landed hard on the solar plexus of this moral sheet's self-esteem and vanity. And it was only a dab of solicitous and friendly advice, after all, and need have caused no trepidation, once understood. For instance: "If the Furmiugtim-Axlen papera were to pulillsh a cueral revluw of the fruit outlook nml not he rt-imb-llehliig what viMn.ro say II would he more .-lIueilve. " of the fruit outlook' ' recalls the tale of the young man who came out to the Rockies in early days and joined the compauy of adventurous hunt ers and trappt,-s who swarmed this region. One day, as the story goes, a comrade rode the long distance to the telegraph station to inform the j r"v-iii3 nidi iiieir do y was ! dead. The old folks hastily wired, I directing that the remains hé Miipneu io ineui. and a so mnn r nr for particular. In a short time they received the laconic answer: inere areno remaiu. He killed by a bear!' ' At this distance, next year's out look is immense, and meanwhile we hasten to place our share of the Colonel's suggestion in the coldest kind of arctic storage. be mado in any por: , of the w est. When San Jus, .-uunty will com mand by ber rich pi ductive laud and many natural resouj.es both railroads and larger irrigating auals tu bring into se all her rich fai t,! i lands is only a question of shart 1 ie. IVople in the othe- thickly set;! p-irtions of the Uuited Status are j;i beginingto learn that there ie such a, co as Wan Juan county, New Mexi" J liey are coining. They tind all thing?,.,.-.. rabie and thev are writing their li . ..iU to como and they aro crmiog. ' " '' ' In fonveii u'.iea - Otr.ro lu.oeevelt referreil t -the juet claims of New lexieofor statif lood, and put him selt on record as f iUvs: "I aia for New Mexico for at hood, and stand reanv to go io w aw'i. igton at any tiuio anü push the clanur ,.f Uiv Mexico. lie toen spoKe lo me ffett that u ter ritory that oaa furuieii such fighters as he commanded in Cuba was certainly entitled to adminbiou to the sisterhood or states. Pianos and Organs, Books. Stationery, Wall Paper ...AND. . . Used in . . New Mexico. DURANGO, COLO. LEGAL NOTICES. was For our hardened contemporary "down the creek" we haven't the temerity toas much as proffereither apology or explanation. But to Till- Indkx the suggested "review A late ius of the I -eaver Post says : j Screen doors, .oreen wire and sprier "A large tract of country in the southern .hinges for sale at the AZtec Hardware part of the state ia to be opened up by a i atore. new railroad. The railroad is to be con. ' " tructedfrooiAibu4uercj1.il!, New Met ico, to Durango, Colorada, passing through Faruiiugton, New Mexico, and tapping oue of the finest fruit ouatries in the west. The country through which the new road ia to be constructed is building up rapidly, despite the draw bucks that have hilhorto existed in regard to trauHportation and is deutiaed to be one of the most densely populated purtious of th west, from its advantages of climate aud soil. Nolle of Sal. U.. ruriiiiráitifiti sat-..- I bum.. bi.J wlmreaa, that allr the ...rviinT "f Iliilton Sl William, baa n,-,l- .1 i. " ., ' Hw..i ..1 ...1 .:.-" "."""," ' - "- ,-i,iiit.ii,tf I .) I i I Ml 1., ii, .. , Hint ii..-.. . i.."" " 11. ... " "M. IHIj UUIIMtd ..ui.u, v. ti.uvm, is pi Miuuiiug j ew, tlientf tue new railroad anil will luure m a rna. eei.i mm days for Albaquerqus to go ever the proposed route with a party of New York capitalibts whom be interested io the scheme. A ompany of Utah cap- Italiats is now at Kanuii.gtou. boring j 1 Tor oil, the presence of vv hich is ii.dicuted in many piauns in that bei'liou and if oil reservoirs are tapped, the enuutry it eipiicttd to experienca a great boom." nutice ia hi'.,hv -i . .1.... i will. I . . mm ju Saw Al.-i.. . : " "M.ryi.t I v i I ...wjiu mi aaiu corpora liuu L. Wel-h, m-r..lary of ai corirati.b ou 1 lie ,.u u,iy.,f July, belwLT.h";, Ü), at tho flout I l,,r of il.. , V. ' cuiiuiv of rt.ii : "" iu mo i , - .-iriu.ir ur ,1.1 , " """ "" ' I'"'. l.llltlt-l- lli,,l.p K. I'll.'tl 1. afta of lhA ..I .1.. , """ ahare of .1... 1,10111 1 1.11,1, ( 'nuil, ,y o.u.-ul.y lliurlow, tlullunTwiiuaa.,."' ' tt. 11. UI LI.Kbflla, freahUai. kturttoii tu CltlMtai Ml aaH L I.. Df fault havinar beoo mdp bjr Frank J amiuku nuu runnitt v (toutir-n m lha ntty miMit or tho priiiciuil ttiid uiti-rc-it on tlimr certain proniiH-ory no to payahlo l tlm .nltr 01 otunuai v. TfiMnor ana ifr ttit jirincirial siiiu i.f Jbnur liuiiilrr.! Huii twenty mu ItiJM tan tiolluri, wub Intorcrit Ht tin rntHof twlv pur ufipu trust, Uj'tíMl tilt) 1 w.MitioUi day .f nt t ,clx k P. M. in bonk ii. m.r.ui mil Xí'?v-;ilit rul 4it mi the Situ Juho otunty New ntuiiu, nt'tiru j And milium J . Hantl baring brim tbu iHíHi noia.iiK 01 uota Dy rut-ou of m writLon aniCumM.t uf thrt -itiil fiumuul I). We-mUT and oy ruMn 01 umiuuii in tiie paymimt tf tlm priucipul HiiBi and tho inlorotft tíirnxtn nuil the t-axr and iiihur.ince in and iipontmid prtmiiH utM.rriuuu in rim iinnu oi trntL the U'tsiü holti f taul note Jiu. dt-elurmi all f isaid inUol)t.d iiMHd du noil payable aud k(ta rwutotod Uiüj 1 urre tu u iv iiw laMHinrw, ruiir wwka" pnljlic notir M ImrHuy .yirn that 1 tlm UBdumiKucd trur-teo btutur tli rk;nlar truMtt namwl in said ilwtl t.í uuüt r un puwura ati.i autliitrtty, nd lor tti iint-ti utid ptirponrn tiieretn itfaU'd will uvu hi puunc Miiciion ior idh inhft and b.-nt pnc, tno .amo will hi intf in cu.li at tho frnt duor of tlití ( ui t hou iu A-tc Su Juan rmnty, New Mnim, t Jl o !.., k a.'m., orí tiiH 2Hh day of July. A. i). alltlit following uiiiutju iMiifíiTij iu miu oy htia UeMl f tru . -.i.-t-j.-M, ii'uuwu ia oau luán CutlUiy. ÍSew Tlifl KoMt hwtwt qu'irter of tho aont boabt quRr fer (SV bfc-'i). d ttertiwn numbored bnvuu (7) in towunhip uMRtberrd twenty-uinn (-VJ ntrth of rauKa uuuibittd futirteon (H) -t ,f tha Nw aiHiico rriucii! Airritliiiu,ciiutaiuiiiir friy ( un at rM m.re or It kg, HufHthHr with all t!i. Hunt, privili kiih and aipurlouaurtt balouxiuK to tho tu'VU Ui aCriIH'U 1ÍÍIH1. JJutwJ at Aatr-, New Uriico. this Iba 2utb day 'hÓlirlÍTC. rRKWITT. TniHtrte. (iKanvili.h l'h.ULr nm, tty. f((r Win.J. J3und Kirnt ptihinatiou Juna Luat pubitcatiou July it, lnyy. Notlr of TruLf'i H-lo. Default liaviitar bivti uiüde by Frank J. ( íhA idu uud FanmoJ. I ihíIhJhb iu tiiw puytuout of th principal and iutrint on thtir certain froinisii uotH for tbc priuripa) tttiin rf uiun tuudrtfd and I only iC:o) tlvli.tr aod uiicrcHt tiinaun. arcunUuii t-o tta t ni paynbla to ihu ordur of Kllroo Vuultt, aud .ruimi hy thfit cttrUiu dm;d of t rust, riit ti Arii 4th, KM4 aud r'Cordmi April 1. ISjI, ia bvok J at p.igu pio uf the huu Juan County, Now Jüe&iro roc nds, by r-UH,,u f which Ut-tault in lbs payment of tho principal lum aud iuicrttt thitu icortiiiitf u thatonoritf aid uotoaudthu tax and iniur auco uteutiwiifd in unid ded of trust, tin lnai boldttr of kaid uulu iidi dtHtlard all of aaid iu Ut'bUHÍuHHS dun and payahits And William J. Uaad bing th kolihr of .iid Uwki aud tl.e dued tnmt, utkiionaid y rrtin uf Uial wriiu u aMsinnutent from IMtm Vau 4-tt . thn oriKioul K mI buidur of .id pun, aud Hnnry Lt li. Will, tba iru&i uamwd iu Haiti ttttd d trot rnunin to act, hy it ,ou fí wli ich tltt uudrrnifiii-d bocwuiH aud it the )ut-CHMr lu trust Njw, thttrttfuttt, four Wrvke public nuiica La berfby (fivop tbat I, ih nnderriiMurtt, at uccoa aor in l rtirt in anid (ii'ed ot ituM, aud uuitcr lit piiMr cud auihoriiy, and for tho ura aud l.urnidn tlutruiit ttaid, willstull al puldu: unv titu tr lliti h(frtttil and lwft ptu-ft rtionaina bntjii iu r Hili, at tha liuui door ofihNnrt botica iu tha tow n uf Aaimc, c mti ' y ui Sau J u in, trriUiry of NwW iiiejucu, al ".i u'chca p. in , iu tlm Jith day of July, . ii loW, all thu Mlow iiiK di-fcribatl piopariy, iu and by naid dad of tru;i criivad, wiiuatad iu baa Juau couuty, Naw Mt'iii't, tow it . The north half of tha nortbttitwt gnrir (N'i Mv .i f Meet imi uuiuixtred eiiitita tlhj and tlia taailh iiuU oí Ilia oi'thtfat tuurior (.s bKl4) tf irH-linu nuiuhfled vevfii iti ail in t"wu chip uuifilrwd twt-uiy niua 1. 1) iiti i li uf runu r uiiiixri-d im u (il) il u( t n New il oí ico I'riui iptil kiui iitjati, Mith all ri,;h(H tM-i.iuiu or nt uim appvi luitnuK loeuiM abovu ui hOnltd Uud, lai' 1ui Ai'-c. N. M., tbid tliti day of Jui). , A. 1-. Ivy. KtHi a i ( . it r, ' r in I " nr.!. (j H AK Vil LK I'HN Oi-lt I'K, U y. t..r V m, ,, Hud. 1 ii t pti'ilu'ui ium Juin- :.i i, i. I, (, .laivttcwlioU Jul .ll. lc FRANK REVELL, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. j Estimates Juruidbed fur an ki'-n of liuildings Kkpt i.v Stock: Tables. Cupboardrt v ruing uesKa, mtchen calimete, Mpice VJbUlUtHS, etc. Burial caskets on hinirl anrl mnih. tu urder ou auoi ( notice. Irihop in tho Old Stacy F.ldg., Aztko, N. M, A. BRACHVOGEL & CO., W. .S. Wiiilit mjiTi, Mamaurer. WwL-.uu.Rma.. GROCERS SB OfJRn'GO, . . COLORADO. Ilandiors of Farming-ton Fruits. Spot c;iBh our motto and prii-es as lovr us anv A full assortment of Fruit Boxes aU'aya on' Hand. WHEN THE WAGES "'raltiT ii Km: auk Moo's rjo.nl suits heretofore from wll uo sell f.,r l-om 7 io S d- llais. 1 .GIT to Gray's- Sarsaparilla Is a True Blood Tonic Liver Cure. and Alila T)l(te8tlon and uukM you uat ami aloep. Price, One Dollar. PHARMACY DURANGO. in lha Muilrl lni. h I ,,ii,anv r,f KJB .lu.i, county, .Ni' alalicii: W hurnaa. Tint Moii.,1 m li ( iimi ai.y t H ia Juan runutr. S M . m ciM-poralioll ilKamy.n, nxuinitf aail ilninK huai- i.rr Mama mu i:iwa ri 1110 ti-rritory of ,Ni w alexia, uu tho illi Snr of ul.nun i,; i-.,i mi aa-KiHilii-al of till. Ill; on ilia 1 1 th (lay Jl Arll lftl'ii lavlail aa abUbailiculof Sil.r.ll : ou i.nrnjwv I, ltli, li-vinl an aai,t,niuaiil of i In HI: i, l-.i. 'Jlrviml aa artaaxriiitntit of j'-' .... l . i lo'Jf laviait aa H.niiirut of f J."...l .,,1, i,,.n that ali.ri ihs hi rricM of auii uotio a of . imut ihn aunt laariiuca Weiah li mm u.a.l.. ,!.. funk iu Ilia puyiiia. l of aaiU aaaoaaineuta tu tha ainouut of t-f 1 and tnut ilii.ia ia nwvr Uuu ikereoa nau unpaid Hie auta ( IJhu.itl; Now. thiufora, notice ia hnrrhy yirna that in -cotiinnr with lha lawa of the u.rr,i,,t ..r Naw )1alico aad cu.luiin nl ih.!....,-,,.. L. W alih amrraliirv of aid ,,m,.rHii,,n w, 11 J ftalurd.i.l , tlia 'rjtu day of July. Itrlwitwii llit. hoara of 111 o cl.H'k a m aad au'ulork a m uf amd day al lh from doar of Ilia court hoii-n in tlm county of Sau Juau aad larrilory oí Nt ar H'liro, lfi r fur aalu and nll ai imhliu aartinu tu tha hhlUMat hiildur ainli.r B'r 'Ail o( lha t oui pilnu La - f itM of lha i.ti iu,r of New Mat- Modnl llllall ( riinpuny nt a. ia Juau :ouuty, N. M., raoi'oaaiiU'd hy iuililicaLo hi,, ú nH nii hy l.ua ri'tu-ad ViaUh. I let then K" no fr 1 A well-made Shirt of Kod utathrial. ! f 4 ' ""ni tjyjL' u, i A w.y-up JUt ror f 1.50, and sq,i. u.d bbo,tt -4 . p. TftT,r- .r;?I.i( fru-es on Lndorwear and of her Roods are reduced in the sam proportion. LAZA IR US Grand üporni Clothing; House, Durando, Colo. W. H. WILLIAMS, .tKVLKtt IN. Dry Goods, Groceries, Hoots and Shoos, Hats and Caps, Hardware, Glassware, Kte. AZTEC, - NEW. MEXllo. SO" Aztec Livery, Feed and Sale Stable W. E. LENFESTEY, Proprietor. Teams and Stock (liven the Host of Attonticn. General Livery Business Transacted. Patronage Solicited. aJT'C'" AZTEC, NEW MEXICO. Nt't icm id lierol kivnu (but Hit nmlMr.iifn o m in ul at liu raucii, u at Larvo. Now Mii:o. vi. t One bUrk Lor.! o nbout 0 jtnr ml, w. i.-li Uiut 7J pnuuila; ia í,m.Jií)h utarkH and lm I'be owunr or uwntra of said dmjri ibJ auinuil ft. i lull b aamo at iliu euU 01 xvfu luotiina Iioiu un Qa4 iT 11 If tlli4 (lUttlll bttl'l f tlit ) UoUCu, Ubli-w Claimed hy till -urAlUT or HWU'tlK j iin.,f, or iiimr a, nt, ionikj MiirKbip, and p. i) id all litfal t uih iljfi.u. I'UJUiJ AT1ANCIA, Kiiot l.uU. Juua Z Laro( N. M TJie Durando, Aztec and Fannin gion .... Sia Line. WOOD & MORGAN, Proprietors. Durango, KA6Y 1 J Ks ridiua etni;i-a, makinn- the trio thrmiph to Duru,.,. ...... . . r.j.iiwa anuui.1 . irt st tns iHn.f!!.. to La unit by al RKASO.NrAIiUÍ UATI-S THK kt.r. \n\n Durando and AztM next m.uifr. bu m iiUo t."-' ' ' eea, liji'arutr f New Mu,r. m Ilia l,, ,aF , J.,,,, r lewed aua.asiBMDt of Jill ail uu Ui., .1 üy of We,. 13. !., a ,.. " e lel. ai.are of raiul .l. k of .ai.l c.., ,.. . and ,n..r. a,'l hurlo, U,uu.u A W U ,8 owuHrof o..e.l,a,u of H.e cp,.al ,h a ,B'".l j I coruoraiiwu, rprn,euU,il hv I 1,11,11,., "v . , J..l. V ÍI-..o .r It : " "'. Mollea oí kuln. In the uattrr of ihí.-íitipiiI ou anii.J ... L ii"' uf cupiial atork in aalii uoriiuratiou anJ u. rmia, Lawri-au Wulali la tlm ownrr of nnu hallábala ufths oauiUl Hock in aaiü coi no ri in, rvpruxmau by i ki i irl -ata ho. 9 aurl vyhi-r.ma. noticu of aald aMt-.-.himi.i ....r...... ally reJ ou La rauco kielah; aail v.liumj.. l.-o, Hi aunt i, 1. 1, half thai of IUK k lu T,,a L W KLHH, Buey. M..d.. Ditrh Co. . 11. (ill.LKSl'IK, Pmaldfut. II4IH iHstltll UO IU ll'kíllWlliá llHhlT.lu.ti a,.l. ariuiuglou in oue djy. Tha patronsL-e t.f the tra.r),,, i,. ...n..,!..