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'"V f í i "" v "W ÍTT A i nn7 r. i )!H ;1 . VOLUME XL AZTEC, NEW nOICO, FRIDAY, HAY í J, 1900. NUMDER 14. Archaeologists Abroad A part of scientists from Pen er ar med in Aztec tatenSay and left Monday for the Chaco, The party is composed ef R. Dr. C. M. Cobern, Rev. J. C. Gullett, Prof. I, E. Cutler and Capt. C. A. Drane, ail of Denver. Dr. Cobern ia scientist of note, i pastor of Trinity M. E. church i Denver, has traveled 4x teniiely in Egypt and Feloatine, and is eiiiTiwpuudiiig secretary of tiie British WHRc-um. Mr. Oollotto ia the photog rapher and ia prepared to take flush Ji;ht viow of underground rooms. Prof. Cutler ia the party's geologist, and is one of the faculty of the Denver university. Capt. Doane during the past thirty-fok.r years has explored much of the region in New Mexice and Arizona and ia the gen eral director and typographer for the party. While re'iei of the c'iff nd mesa dwellers will Dot be rejected if found, the principal object of the trip ia to as certain, definitely the condition of the tone pueblo ruins found underneath the lava overflow, and if possible, the geological age in which the overflow oc curred. A report of iheir investigation of this interesting question will be fur- iebed to the Bureau ef Ethnology, at Washington. From tbia valley the party will pro ceed to Gallup, on the Atlantic &, Pacific railroad, visit the Grand canon of the Jíio Colorada aad the sky city of Acoma, ptake investigations near Grant, Laguna, Albuquerque, and the region around Claad, Cochiti, and the country west of Banta Fe. The newspaper squabble in which The Index engages this week was not of its own seeking, its readers and the people'generally are witnesses to the fact that a policy of "peace at any price" has been the course of this paper for the last two years. Since the opposition organ has gone into the hands of the 'calamity clique," the western sky-line has grown lurid, the political sky has gradually been overcast and a season of strife seems unavoidable. Without claiming any accomplishments ae a "scrapper," Tni Index will uphold in its humble way the interests of its friends and have aa much fun ae pos sible with its foes. - - - A Democrat tor Delegate. The condition of affairs threughout the territory this year calls for the elec tion of delegate to congress who shall poMcsi two qualifications tiu fjloí which is ability to represent the people, tná the eecond, aimon-pure Democracy. By a vote surprisingly large Pedro Perea of Bernalillo was chosen two yearn ago as against that able and unswerving ervant of the masses II. B. Fergnsson. Id spite of the fact that FerguisoD car ried all the cities and railroad towns, the enormous Republican oajontius polled in the sheep-growing counties elected Perea by a handsome margin. Having the office and the hoaor, what has Perea done? Bis cave has appeared ia the Congressional Record occasion ally when he arose to introduce a bill and on the congressional payroll when ever pay day has arrived. But nothing benetíciai or needful to the territory's welfare has been accomplished. Going into a congress strongly Republican, with the record of unprecedented Re publican majorities in New Mexico to point to, if Perea had been any good on earth he would have secured the terri tory's admission to statehood and we might today be in full enjoyment of citi enship. kit was the first time since the territory has beea big enough to deserve tatehood, that its delegate had been of the same political persuasion as the ad ministration and both houses of con tris. But Perea has been too busy doing nothing, apparently, to look after So uuiiuxirtuiitwa rtiattar athis and the ebuueu has gone glimmeriug for the present. Of the Democratic possibilities, the Barnes of II. li. Fergueaon, O. A. Larra tola and F. A. Manzanares are often mentioned. Mr. Fergusson's splendid record will be a distinct advantage to hi ill if he desires to run, Mr. Larrazolu ie a splendid! speaker, Mr. Manzanares would nmke a magnificent race, and in faut any of them could give Don Pedro dde and beat him easily. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Currie, Mrs. M'. A. Sullivan, Lew Miller, james Jarvis and Giles Musters went through Antee one day this week, forming's, party hound for the bills, the ladies oa pleasure bent and the gentlemen as "cowmen," a large bunch of cattle being in charge of thu latter, which they will place on the sum mer range. Tho territcsinj agricultural college ou Douncee that Bulletin No. 31, "A Study of Boil Moiature,'.'' by Professors C. Ai Kefl'er and J, D. Tinsloy of the experi ment Mtutiun, ie now being utailad. The bulletin gives the result of investiga tions made during the-summer of 18'J9 to determino the Moisture- content of various anils.. Forthcoming' bulletins, uow in the preen, ere No. 32, ou fnrage crops, by Prof. KrtJer, Bud No. 'SJ, ou experiments at tho Aztec eub station, by O. K. Muad, aupe-i intended at Aitac. An item on the local' pue" noticing the return of the sheriff's party, eh(;3ld InivH rtia 1 Deputy Sheriff "Stewart"' in Meud of Our uiMako. I'm (Km fui job printing. 0,'i'cl. a, pi let s A WORD AS TO MR. WHITEHEAD. "There In a wine lnjunntlon Id the Bible on the shelf, That, we should love onr neighbor evu as we love ourseif. But when he runs a paper and puts oraiy thlna Into It, It mluhty hard to do It, Lord, It's mighty hard to do It." "' - The town of Farmington has a newspaper and that newspaper, very luckily, has an editor a bran new editor, you understand. Being very new and consequently not an old 'tin at the business, and having in a slight degree that annoying tendetfcy to "slop over" so common to beginners in all lines of effort, this editor starts out on the editor ial career under the erroneous im pression that the whole burden of the world is on his shoulders. And apparently not fully realizing that there were such things as edi tors before him, nor admitting that there was ever an occasion when he was not essential, nor even missed, he essays at once the four-ply role of solon, critic, sage and scold. Ye editor, be it further written, is at one and the same time an editor and a lawyer otherwise an attor ney. Ergo: In late issues of his sheet he "slops over" awfully and proposes amendments and changes to nearly all the laws on the statute book and by inference demonstrates that all the lawyers other than he are very much bum and that law makers in general are bum, bum and utterly bum. Grant said that the reason Charles Sumner didn't believe in the Bible was because he didn't write it. Same way with Whitehead that's the Bran New Editor's name. While laws are no good, the lawmakers are worse: they didn't consult the Bran New Editor. Moral: Buy legal advice of Whitehead and be happy. His newspaper advice you won't need to buy. He scatters it anywhere, everywhere. Advice on law, advice on courts and judges; advice on politics, local, territorial and national; advice on paying taxes; advice on rebating taxes; advice on gold mining at the em bryo city of "glacial gold" oh! ye gentle San Juan zephyrs! advice on ice, on tap and always Bran New! Br'er Whitehead, attorney at law, makes one mistake which we think Spraying Stiggtsuonse Written for The Index. The titne of year for the orchardlsta to care fully consider remedial measures against In sect pests and fungus diseases In their or chards Is now practically npon as. In mmt of the Orchards of the county the blossoms of the apple trees are bow In a typical atage for spraying and will probably remain so for the next w.tk or ten days, and archardlsts will profit greatly by carefully Inspecting their trees and protecting them against In jurious lnneéts and fungus diseases that will undoubtedly appear in th" orohards sooner or later, if not already presentí At the exper iment station steps have already been taken against the prospective tomato blight by spraying the young plants with Bordeaux mixture. It is intended to continue this pre ventiva measure at intervals of two weeks from now till the blooming period of th plants arrives. As yet the Insect that doea the most dam age to the horticulturists of the county the codling moth haa shown its appearance but little farther up the valley than Flora Vista and even there it appears fn only a few or chards and In these in very limited numbers. Yet such will not always reaaaln the case and In order to delay Its appearance ia the north ern part of the oonnty as maoli as possible it la necessary that preventive moasares be un dertaken at onoe by the horticulturists and careful Inspection of the trsei continued throughout the season. The appearanoa ef a singla codling moth, or Its equlTalent wormy apple- in the orchard may mean the ruination of the entire crop of i fruit in the near future and in order to guard against this the orohardlsts must take their places ta tue line of battle and prepare them selves tor the war which haa been success fully carried on against the Insect pests in many ef the eastern states for over fifty years. The ravages of the codling moth, as wall as those of other Injurious Inserts, CAN be successfnlly checked by spraying, but this must be accomplished t the right t ime, and In a proper manner, otherwise hneticiul rrsulta cannot be expn-trd. For the orchard to await until some other tSuty oC the farm Is completed very often means not ouf .,n un successful attempt to eoaubat ibe moth tiut the waste of both lime and money employed In the operatloii of sprayldir, as It M'nsel as to spray the trees utter tb larvae lisve uo ceeded In ponetratlDif the rkln of the fruit, which In this county will be irat'tlma now within the next two er three weeks.; How few ef our orchardlsta are prepared for spraying and how few of them'ever real iza that the spring spray IS almost aa essential to the welfare of both the trees and the fruit of their orchard as la the spring lrrtgatloii'ur cultivation. Many of them' look npon tils operation- In the light of a pratended experiment only and do not study It enough la thoroughly understand what they are doing, nor-bow they are Intending to kill the peats for whlch'tbey are serking. i Successful experiments conducted In var ious parts of the country conclusively dem onstrate that a splendid spray can be made by uniting a fungicide with an lusccLMde such as the addition1 of Paris green to Bor deaux mixtura, bat the necessity of using this sjtray haa hardly reached the people ef tula conuly at tlila data, Oh acoount at the absence of most of the fungus disrates for which the latter la used, lhe applleatlod of such a apray, however, wofi'd not be amiss In any of our orchards aa It wo'nld stimulate the tree to a oertalu extent as well aa cause the aru all part Hies ef Paris green ta more aiussly arthsre to the Uaris aud fruit' it the trees The formula' of the sriy that sfi'onld ba applied, however, by all orchaidlstu, Whether tlieir orchards are lufcsted or not, is that oliieliy recommended for luserta t!t sub alst by chewing and' swallewtjg their fnof, which rs: l"VrlK un.i-n 1 lb. 1 t.iH lunnUcki il) -i or 3 li.. Water. v i, .. lUi'9. he will allow us to direct attention to. lie takes himself too seriously. Having practiced law in San Juan county some few years and, prior to that, in Durango and other places the devil knows how long, the fact finally dawned on him that as a lawyer he was not the hot thing he would like to be. He had had cases in court, but the memory of man ran not to the time when he won one. Discovering, then, that his chances for glory-winning in other avenues were gone, he jumped into journalism and the fond hope lin gers of "makin' an editor outen himself." Good enough. The axiom that "Fools rush in where angels fear to tread" he has claimed forhisownand "There's only one job left in this world for me' ' is the gentleman's song of battle. Not only in legal but in political matters does Editor Whitehead pose as an iconoclast. The times are sadly out of joint, as Whitehead sees 'em. Things don't look good to him, in the county administra tion. He sets u j a fusion man of straw and then Knocks him down, and promptly sets him up again. He cries from the house-tops that he is a Democrat. True, he ran for office on the Populist ticket in Du rango not many years since, and got soundly beaten for his pains. True, as a Democrat he fought fusion at the start two years ago, then as a Dem ocrat agreed or pretended to agree to support it, aud finally made a skulking attempt to beat it, like a renegade. The truth of the matter is that Editor Whitehead, attorney at law, is a political eel, with about as much backbone as a chocolate drop and scaicely more political sagacity than a burro. Politically, always in sight like a wart on the nose, he's harder to find than a flea on a dog. The fusion ticket was elected two years ago in spite of, or rather be cause of, his opposition. And the ticket which will be elected this fall whatever ticket it may be will be elected the same way Whitehead is constitutionally and habitually a "kicker." Other than passively negative on all questions, he is nothing except Bran New! Not a Good Th gonnral opinion t! the Time ni mle an !r out at wafers lOHÍort 1 the editorial buBinw the jirwotico of law nr.-. meets confirmation in th'- far fetched attompt I'.n : 1st recently maile to f. the Kun Juan county ! ii,i, us ami the pio'i Tlie mutter takarj up . where the lawyer do' r ter of a claim for a r -i Mr. M. B. Johnaon. A ; Whitehead dated Mfi-' th clerk's cilice and i n as many inaccuracies ta Mr. Whitehead's Io m client's property, loti l addition, Farminptim, taxed at ?4r0, the nmoin-. be not. But in M self returned the pr :; atiou, on improvement- Mr. Whitehead hhh t. not alluwed exemption t hold. The record sno w Mr. Whitohsud cays I . other property than tu tioned. The real ef !;i s other property owned 1 As a matter of fact, have paid too much t or just enough. It'ij that Whitehead d.x proposition ia uorvert, he has made a faiiur For making Bordeaux mixture there seems ta oe atfverai u-VtuiTV i'uíuiu.aí., 'cac'i which has Its able snpporters. That which In the opinion of the writer la prefernble for this country la that recemmonded by the New York State experiment station, which la: Copper snlphate (Bluestone) 4 lbs I. line (unslackud) i 3 lbs. Water . , , , 45 gals The method of preparing this solutionis explained In the following paragraph taken from page 2V7 of the sixteenth annual report of the above station, which reads! ' Dissolve the copper sulphato in hot water or by suspending it in a eoarso clmn or bag in a considerable amount of cold water so thtit the sulphHtii is just covered. It will not all dis solve if piscad in tho bottom of a vessol of cold water Wusn iIimsoItbiI dilute the solution to two-thirds of tiie required amount. Nxt slack tun lime and add it to the solutivn in tho furin 01 a thin white wauhthe thinner the liettor Ht ra in it if necessary te keep out partirlas that would clog the not?.lo. The mixturo should tj thoroughly stirrnd while the l.mo is being added. It Is esseutiHl that the copper solution should be (mile dilated brtor the lima is added otherwise a heavy precipitate is lorrueu: Wooden, glass or earthenware vessels should be used for dissolving tha capper gnlphate, as a precipitate of motallic copper ia formed when tin vessels are used. Tha use of a good quality of unslacked lime is also essontlal, as thsl which is slacked by exposure to tho air if prao. tlcally worthless. C!. BS. MEAD, Supt. Sub-Experiment Station, Aztec, N. M., May 9, 19U0. FARMINGTON. Dr. McKwen ia viaiting relatives and friends in Durando. Mies Jeseie and Master Jake McJun kius have about recovered (rom a rather severe attack of pneumonia. Our horticulturists are wearing a sat intied expression. Tho prospects for a heavy fruit crop are excellent, Ivev. JJti Cobern of the Methodist Trinity church of Denver, accompanied by it nvernb of the historical society, was a FarnYirifftoQ visitor a few days ago. A Mr. Daniels, of Eastern Kansas, is a recent arrival with hia family, lie ex préseos himself exceedingly well pleased with the valley and intends loedting here permanently. Rev. E. A. Guftlé of the Presbyterian church has departed for fcit. Louis to at teud the conference and visit relatives, lie will be absúat for a period of two months. O. L. Cooper has erected a very Beat fence ou the front line of his residence property and applied several coats' of paint to fence and residence. These im proveniente, toother with bis new lawn present a very attractive appearauce ana are of tha kiud which deeerve the cotri nveudation of all rogreseive citizens. a tí. t.- & R. G. txcnYsIon Rates The1 D. k R. G. railroad anneunces e-' cursitfn'rates as follows': Annüiil meeting general assembly of the Fif'tibyteriai chutob, U, S. A.,' St. Louls.-Manth to 81st. An. open rate of omi standurd fare plus J2.00 is author ized Irhm ail stations to 8t. Isiuis aud return.- b'ellitifr dates May lltb aud 15tu. National' Katiut anniversaries, De troit, Mich.. May 'JJth to '9ih, l'JLK). Owe reirulur first class uormal tantf fare plus H00 for the round trip to Detroit, Mich.; a id returu. Ticseltrto be sold May 2nin, and '21st. Colorado Bpriiij;rr Driving Association, Celorado fcipringn. May idlh to June 'M. A rate of une liwet (hat clitus faro irf authorized from Denver and Sulida and intermediate points'to Color, ido t'prii.t) and return, fe.-llmsf date tVom t;.,l,Ja,' My "iotli and June VI,- -f """ 1 ? e h tor of t'i ret hiring St ': into "'i ti - found 15; iiituble, stut n ú and i j r journal "nint (gainst ' of coiuniie- PROFESSIONAL. TTrrnrrnrTTT J) It. T. J. WEST, PAINTS AND OILS ue journalist .t, is the mat of ta es tor ; tr from Mr. ! , is on file in j-.ist about . 1 1 aii'S. i iiid that his i in Hunter'i Jit (.fit to be iicffnqn( May Jí.hriíion hira- : at Í100 valu - .ine. Iiib client was bead fif house s' WflS. . client had no 0110 lot men- record shows him. r. Johonon may , or too little, i wo to one bet c know which " as a guesaer the case. I'HYSICIAN, BbKOEON. OBSTETRICIAN. Artec, New Mexico. I)S. K. O. CONDIT, PHYSICIAN AND SVROEON. IPCaUs answei-ed any hour, dny or night. U. N. pension hlnmimng Surgeon. Aztue New Mexico. I)R. A. ROSENTHAL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Farmington, New Mexico. ? FRED BUNKER Washington dinpai nounced that Pre ;";; that day vetoed the S gress opening the Sb part in New Meilr mineral eutri.-s. Veto enumerates the the nerve cultivated, T refiervutioa and tiea sufficiency of wuti-r visability on that ai r for mineral by euUii vetoed upon the advr of the interior.' 1 of May 4 an McKiuley on paused by con .e reservation in tad Arizona to , rebMi.mt in his .-..tuber of stock products of the ointu to the in- it and the inad- i t of prospecting The bill was if the secretary KipHng' C,míiifint. South Africa basotW alllictions than the Boers and liritis'f Rudyard Kip ling, in a letter from He theater of war to the Chicago Recorr lust week, quotes a T'lamanian as follow 1 on a subject of -psculiar import to tlu A nitnas and other fruit growing valleys " "L;-.ulcs. Tasín- ,,. -!")iii)ted infan try, tirtij come iiiiujri u-joii rouu una tumble work, ending with, abscess of the liver. That removed, they have cut him to light duty at Maitland camp till he is nt 10 sit a horse. His eyes are busk and heavy, but he boob far. lie is the ion of a flobart fruit grower. What about fruit growing in this country? Is him self an apple man, but understands peaches anal plums. Has noticed while in hospital that many npplee sent to con valeecents were full of codlin grub, which ho considers far more serious than bods. What about red scale and the ether fruit peets? What about packing When he finds out, Rudyard, write aad tell us. We're somewhat interested in those things, ourseives. TRY: 13 R. O. C. MoEWEN. PHYSICIAN AND SURUEON. Farmington, New Mexico, OIHre In Allen Building. AZTEC, POLOJUUULOJUL - HARDWARE - I S. WHITEHEAD. TTORNEY AT LAW. ....Not art Public Farmington, New Mexico. G KAN VILLE PENDLETON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will practice In all Courts r-f tha TeTitory. Artec, Now Mexico. J?. C. PERKINS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 16-17 Williams Block, Durango, Colo. Prácticos In all State and Territorial Courts. LEGAL NOTICES. HOMKBTKAD ENTRY NO. 4'JIW. Notice for Publication. Department of th luterior, Land Office at Suata Fe. N. M.. Alllil 5. 11)00. Notice Is berebv riTi-n that the fullowiiig- named settler ha filed notice of his lutejtioa to mslce final proof in support of ais claim, aud that said proof wil) be iad before Probato Clerk of Bnn Juan county, at Aztec, N M, on May 21, 1'AKJ, viz.: REESE NANNA, For the WV4 NE!4, WH, SEH, Seo. 18, T 32 N K. I W. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and oultivatiun uf stiid lanil, viz. : Louis F. W inners. Walter Von liuilclenrirocg, Ramon Lovato. Benito Ulibarrv, of luhnul j, Colorado MANUKL M. VITERO, ItPglSter. Smelter City Papers. Ftora tha Durango Democrat, June Roberts is up from Faruiiniiton with blood in both eyes, he is after the 1 !! !!! who sold hita "them groceiies." His bill was t't.35 short and the stull he recnived was simply "bum." Una Jhus ounty, New Mexico, geemB to have been skinned for about I3,2(X). The fakir was to have beon in on last night's train but we aro not advised as to his arrival. Next season there will be a fresh fakir and the same old line of suckers. E. C. Condit of Denver arrived in the city yunuay and jourooyoJ to Silvortou yesterday where he will put In the sum mer assisting hio father in working some ruining property they ewn in that camp. Henry J. Arnold, having practically disposed ct his business at Haylield, will no doubt leave for Denver or the Pacific coast in the near future. The Animas valley cna Now Mexico fruit crops are ndw practically past all dagger, aud will doublleua be the largest for years. Dolores hits had a dose of the grocery f ikirs also. Who was It said there wat a sucker born every minuter C. W. Cameron, of Flora Vista, New Mexico, leaves today for Illinois with three cars of native horses. Farmer Shidlor and Dr. O. C. Mc- Ewen came up from the New Mexico fruit belt last night. They say their people are in great spirits over the surety uf a fruit crop. From tlis Duraaga Herald. Tu ni iiemdel-uon has brought hiBcattle up from their winter moorings tta New Mexico, and anchored them above Kock- wood. ' HOMESTEAD KUTBT NO, 3911. Departmeut of tha Interior, Lsnd Office at I Santa Fe. N. M., May 7, ItsJU.' ( Notica Is hertbv aivsn that the followinir- nsmnd settler has üled notice of his Intention ki ennininta to cash aud make Bnal proof in "im port of his cluim, aod that said prowl wm oa mane oerure tne rronaw t.iors oi run Juan it ."s've, :.i M . '' .nr ' ". vis. Far the N W1 NW"4 Peo. , T. 29 N R. W. He names the following witnesses to prove hll continuous residence upon aud cultivation of said land, vis: David E. Lobato. Martin Pachoco, of Asteo, Nw Mexico; Rsltazar Montano, CrisosUmo Doiuiuguus, of I.srgo, INw Mexico. 14 Mantel It. Otkko, Rogister. Pobllcntlon Notice. Teebitorv ov New Mexico, ) n 2u County of 8a Juan. ) Fmilin Trniillo vs. Julian Trnjillo. Id the District Court of the First Judicial Dist rict of New Mexico Tor tne county oi oun Juan. (Iranvillo PundinUm, Atty., Altec, N.M, TIixhhíiI rlnfmwl.int Julian Trujillo is hereby notilied that a complaint has beeu tiled aKainst him in tho District Court for the couniy of San Juan, torritnry aforssaiii, that being tha court in which said ciie is pending, by said plnintilf Emilia Trujillo, the gonera object of said se ction being divorctl. as will more fully appear by reference to thecomplftint tiled inaaid callo. And that unless you enter your appearance in auiu cause on or uuioniduiia iv, iwm, juuKinun, will be reudurnd against you in said causo by default. Iu witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand aud seal of said Court at Ssuta Fa, New Mexico, this lilst day of April. A. I). HKW A. M. iie.KtiH.ne., v-mra. Stoves, Agricultura! Implcments, Wagons, Bug-gics, Glass and Screen Doors J J Mail Orders Solicited J . NEW MEXICO. JUULOJLJUUUUJl. M. A. BRACHVGGEL 5 COMPANY, W. S. Weightman. Manager. Wholesalb awd Retail .. I - W I II . t" WS ..Cmmiii an Stpkhub J I W4 W Urn I a- OURniVGO, eLORADO. Handlers of Farmington Fruits. Spot cash our motto and prices aa low as any. A full assortment of Fruit Bexefl always on Hand, Aztec Livery, Feed and Sale Stable A. E. BROWN, - Proprietor Good Riga and Saddle Horses Always on Hand Teams and Stock (liven tha first of Attention. General Livery Busiuess Transacted. AZTEC, NEW MEXICO. W. H. WILLIAMS ....DEALER IN. TRY .. THE BLALN HOTEL Durango I A. LAUGHREN Prop. bTerything first-ciass-. Prices to suit. Hoard by May or week. J. T. GREEN When tti iieod any Ilarne-Bs. BaJtllcs, Swtit Jads... Collars. ANYTH1NC4 FOR THE HORSe. Our $35 Concord Harness Cau't be l-.it. bJU'B KEFAIUINU tit, lowest i.i io. W. EllnwoHü Wise Q. K. Martin MARTIN & WISE, Blacksmithing and Wagon Making. Repair of all kinds. All wtuk guaranteed. A Trial Solicited. Next door t'o J.T. Oreen' harness stop AZTEC, N. M Dry Goods, ftrocerios, i Boots and Shoe, Hats and Caps, Hardware, Glassware, Etc. AZTEC, NEW MEXICO. The Durango, Aztec C. M. ELLIOTT, Proprietor. Reasonable Kutna the Hub. and Farmington .... Stage Line.' Easy ridiai elates, makioj the trip throni:!i lo Durando from Aiii-i.r Farmington in ene day. The patronage of iuk tiuvclini; pu! lie ohc.u-il Packages to be sent by express should be left at tlu- )):. eire tu Aztec. FRANK REVELL, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Estimates furnished for all kinds of buildings...... . Kbít in Stook: Tables, Cupboards, Writing desks, KittAin cabinets, Bpice cabinets, etc. Tturial caskota ott band and mais so order -on hurt notice. Shop South f Livery B table, Aztbü, N. M, 1. W 'crH hilly In yita tbo iiioH uf A une tú 1 rib pot-1 our linu atiiturt tu cut of 3 TRIKKED HATS Evry uivlitih firm a itt(rn. l,utttt ti inaiiiUMo, in vi'- lniH, Hutu i"M i frii.ta 9 ' wiiil full uttthua -j K ha utHtur wnt your fiimplfiUiB ur nhttp't ol your , fnwtnrM may be, wt hve tbr tánt y ml I I iiM-ktuK fur t tlie ,ric u wub'to 4'y Ir ?,In;.J.F.liolirA: Austin ft Dunning, JJIsAOKSMITIIS AND WAGON MAKERS, Wheels to rent at reasonable rates. Special attention to bicycle repairing. Aztec, New Mexico. 0, S. Evans Watchmaker ami Jeweler, Parriulatn, New Menteos Werk left at the oltii-e of Tuh fwiin ilt t si-nt ittid rt'luiui-d by l-i.ri--s tn-o. Villi He la ktiw on the litut 'Ihun-.l) la each bi'ttih. The San Juan Corral and Feed Stab! HeadquiAiHci tur San Juáh Ouií.1 DUUAKu'O. V - HI. \n\n aoci treignt ratear JUAN A. MANZANARES.