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CITY AND COUNTY
Go to Hill & Bruton's. Fresh
oysters every clay.
Bernard Rhody. Esn., of Albu
querque, came down Wednesday.
Next Monday the city council
Do you want a nice suit made
to order? Go to Trice Bros. & Co.
The best coal in the city at
Do you want poultry? Co to
Hill & Bruton.
Clemens Jungk has purchased
the J. B. l'raley property, Mr.
Fraley going to Chicago to reside.
Pickles in bulk at Sperling
Frank Moody has built a smoke
house, and everyone has been
keeping an eye on them hogs.
"Screened" hard coal for base
burners at Win. Watson's.
Men's underwear and shirts at
The Socorro grant belongs to
the people on the grant, and they
are entitled to eleven leagues.
All fall styles in ladies dress
goods at Sperling Bros.
Hill fi: Bruton keep it con
stantly. Hon. Chas. II. Gildcrslcevc, of
Santa Fc, came to Socorro on
Wednesday, attending court.
Fine fresh mountain beef at
Hill & Bruton's.
Do you like buckwheat cakes
and honey? Go to Spcrlinj Bros.
Hon. T. B. Catron, of Santa
Fc, was in Socorro Wednesday
Mince meat in bulk. Fresh!
at Sperling Bros.
Do you want pork sausage? Go
to Hill & Bruton's.
The United States court now in
session at Socorro will continue
until after the holidays.
Do you want a fine veal roast?
Go to Hill & Bruton's.
Dress flannels selling at very
low prices at Sperling's.
Adna Lamson sold out his
household furniture Monday, pre
paratory to going to Central
America for a year or so.
Nettlcton, the Albuquerque
Jeweler, is the leader fine goods.
Headquarters for hay andgrain
at C. T. Brown's livery barn.
Truman Berry, late of the
livery firm of Brown & Berry, left
Monday evening for Los Angeles,
and southern California.
Fine fresh cranberries at Sper
Everything in fine gold watches
for ladies and gentlemen at Nct
tlcton's, the Albuquerque Jeweler.
The City of Socorro is entitled
to a four league legislative grant
as the successor of the old pueblo
F. G. Bartlctt and wife, of
Messrs. Bartlctt & Tyler, of Mag
dalena, came down Tuesday, they
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
All kinds of California canned
goods, fresh, this year's pack, at
Flcgant jewelcry, chains, rings,
and charms at Ncttlcton's, the
Hon. W. W. Jones, of Fort
Craig, came up Thursday to at
tend a called meeting of the
The largest stock of carpets,
latest paterns and new stylos at
rnce iiros & to,
Joe Armstrong. Neuman Har
ris and Harry Dclgar arc in So
corro from Tularosa attending
court. They are guests of Hote l
Judge J. D. Brooks came home
Sunday, from Virginia. He got
bick coming through Texas, but
says he will be all ü. K. in a day
or so. The judge will remain in
Socorro for the winter.
M. C. NETTLETOJS
THE ALBUQUERQUE JEWELER
IIA3 THE FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE OF
Diamond Rings, Diamond Ear Rings, Diamond
C. T. Brown keeps an express
wagon on the street. Leave or
ders at the livery barn.
Dr. Driscoll, of the Driscoll
drug stcrc, is confined to his teJ
with pneumonia. A. D. Coon is
selling pills, etc., etc.
Sperling Bros, makes a spe
cialty of suits made to order.
Go sec them.
Samuel F. Dcdrick was in So
corro Sunday last. He is driving
things across the river at the
Sperling Bros, have the latest
styles in dress trimmings.
Ladies go look at them.
Died on Tuesday morning,
Mrs. II. L. Warren, wife of Judge
Henry L. Warren, of Albuquer
que. Every Friday and Saturday,
nice dressed poultry at Hill &
Just received at Driscoll's Drug
Store a fine line of toilet soaps
and perfumery. New and fresh.
John Biavaschi came home
Monday from San Francisco. He
looks well and says he feels well,
and that Socorro is good enough
Beautiful diamonds exquisitely
set at Ncttlcton's the Albuquer
For a good suit of underwear
call at Price Bros. & Co.
Col. A. J. Fountain, U. S. assist
ant attorney came up from Las Cru
ces Sunday. I le will have charge
of the U. S court during the terrn,
Mr. Fiskc being otherwise en
Do you want fine goods?
Do you want latest styles?
Do you want nice dress goods?"
Ladies go to Price Bros & Co.!
If you need anything in the
the line of fine stationery, toilet
articles and notions, go to Dris
coll's Drug Store.
The Chieftain has received
the report of Governor Frince to
the secretary of the interior, for
the year 1891. The report is very
full and comprehensive, covering
almost every subject of Terri
We carry an immense stock
of solid silverware, souvenir
spoons, and also the finest line of
quadruple plated ware in the
Territory. Prices very low. Call
or write Arthur Everitt, the
Leading Jeweler, Albuquerque,
A Mexican circus came to town
Wednesday. Our printer boy has
not been able to do any work this
week. Last week a merry-go-round
came to town, and what be
tween circus and flying dutchman
Benito has been dead broke.
II. B. Fergusson, of Albuquer
que, came down Monday to at
tend court. He says the - "Old
Abe," at White Oaks is down
over 500 feet, and that there is
over four feet of ore in the bot
tom that holds its own as they go
Col. A. J. Fountain has gone
off on a traction wagon in other
words, he has organized a com
pany and put a traction wagon on
the road between Las Cruces and
Organ for the purpose of deliver
ing low grade ores at the rail road
in Las Cruces.
Hon. E. A. Fiske. U. S. district
I attorney for New Mexico, came
down from Sant fe to be pres
ent at the opening of court Mon
day morning. lie returned to
Santa 'Fe Monday night, leaving
Col. A. J. Fountain in charge.
Bob Monroe is fixing the free
water supply. He says so far as
the Chinaman is concerned, he
does not care, as the boys must
have their clothes, and that
horses, mules, etc., must have
water, but that he draws the line
at retired merchants, capitalists
and officials who seek the public
hydrant to save a four-bit piece.
Ladies gold filled watches from
Ti ;.co to S25.00. Gents gold fill
ed watches ÍI200 upwards. La
dies solid gold 14k watches at
S27.00. Gents solid gold watches
$35.00. All American watches
and warranted. Sént C. O. D.
with privilege of examination.
Arthur Everitt, wholesale and re
tail jeweler, Albuquerque, N. M.
J. H. Donohue and wife left on
Wednesday for El Paso, Texaá.
He takes the run from Rincón to
El Paso. We are sorry to lose
Col. E. W. Eaton came home
from Santa Fe Sunday. He says
there is too much snow and cold
weather in that city just now to
suit him, he likes the sunshine of
Socorro much better.
The M. E. Church South, will
have an Xmas tree at the church
on Christmas eve. The ladies of
that society are around getting
material, it is for the Sunday
On Monday afternoon the little
daughter of John Eggcr, aged
two years and six months depart
ed this life. The many friends
sympathize with Mr. and Mrs.
Eggar in their sad bereavement.
Judge T. Coke Selliman came
to Socorro Monday from Water
Canon. The judge is develop
ing some fine prospects on the
cast side of the Magdalenas. He
comes to Socorro for his winter
Hon. Eulimio Montoya, of San
Antonio, chairman of the board
of county commissioners, came
up Tuesday to attend a special
session of the board, calh.d to
consider a franchise for a bridge
over the Rio Grande at Socorro.
Col. E. W. Eaton wen' to Las
Cruces Tuesday last. The Col. is
looking after some property in
Magdalena belonging to Joe I.
Eaton, who is now in Corticc
Estado, San Luis Potosi, Mexico,
which some parties are trvins? to
get away with.
McKeough, agent and travel
ing correspondent of the "Field
and Farm," of Denver, Colorado,
paid The Chieftain a visit. Mr.
McKeough is an old newspaper
man, and is today traveling in the
interest of one of the brightest
and best weekly publications in
For the Southwest Silver Con
vention at El Paso, Tex, Dec.
15, 16 and 17, excursion tickets
will be sold at depot on Dec. 13
and 14 at SG.95 for round trip,
limited to continuous passage in
each direction. Good to return
till Dec. 31, 1891.
Died Tuesday morning at his
residence in the southern part of
this city, Jacob Singcrly, well and
favorably known as one of our
best citizens. He was stricken
down with pneumonia. Mr. Sing
crly had been ailing for some
time, but no one had any idea
that his sickness would terminate
For Xmas holidays, tickets will
be sold for one limited first-class
lare tor round trip, to points in
Alabama, Florida, Kentucky,
Mississippi, North and South
Carolina and Tennessee; also to
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati,
Cairo, Memphis and New Orleans.
Tickets for sale Dec. 21, 22 and
23, limited to continous passage
in each direction. Final limit, 30
days from date of sale.
Court opened Monday morning,
present: Hon. A. A. Freeman,
associate justice presiding, Jno.
W. Garner, clerk; Hon. Trinidad
Romero, U. S. Marshal and Hon.
E. A. Fiske and A. J. Fountain,
U. S. attys. The grand and petit
jurors were called and the juries
empaneled. The Territorial court
for Socorro county was also
opened by Sheriff Robinson.
There being no grand or petitt
juries, no territorial business ex
cept such as is submitted to the
court can be attended to.
Notice is hereby given that
Margeiita Milligan and William
Gr.trrcMilIigan has been appoint
ed by the lion. Probate Court of
Socorro county, New Mexico,
administrators of the estate of
Wm. R. Milligan, deceased. All
persons holding claims against
said estate are notified to present
1 the same to the undersigned
I within the time prescribed by
law for adjustment, and all per
sons owing debts to said estate
will pay the same to the under
signed and save costs and trouble.
Wm. Grant Milligan
Socorro, N. M. Nov. 27, 1891.
LOVELY FI0LIDAY GOODS EVEH IN TIIE CITY-
Broaches, 'Diamond Studs, Diamond Watches
The Socorro Theatrical Club I
will give its first performance on
Garcia Opera House. This will
undoubtedly be the grandest en
tertainment of he season and you
cannot afford to miss Jit. The
concert is being prepared with
the greatest of care and will be
a grand musical treat. The
sketches arc being carefully re
hearsed and will prove a success.
Remember the proceeds go the
Tax Payers Take Notice.
Your taxes for 1891 became
delinquent Nov. 1st, and if not
paid by Jan. 1st your property
will be Restrained and sold, as
per sections 2855-2856 revised
statutes N. M. '
C. A Robinson,
Sheriff and Collector Socorro Co.
Notice of Stockholders Meeting:.
The stockholders of The New
Mexico National Bank arc hereby
notiiied that the regular annual
meeting of stockholders for the
purpose of electing Directors,
will be held at Bank on Tuesday,
January 12, 1892, at 10 o'lock.a.m.
M. W. Browne, Cashier.
Socorro, N. M., Dec. 8, 1891.
U. S. Surveyor L. M. Brown, of
Santa Fe, came in from the west
ern part of Socorro county on his
way to Santa Fe. Mr. Brown has
been on the Arizona line making
government surveys sectioni. i íg.
He will spend the holidays in
Santa Fe and then return to his
work. He reports the weather
very cold on the Continental
There is a movement in remil.ir
army circles for the restoration of
the old army "field hat," which
was superceded by the helmet, of
which many officers have com
plained. The old-stvle hat was
picturesque, comfortable and scrv
iceauic, Vvinle the helmet is top
heavy and does not trive Droner
0. L. irWV HEALTH 'XiRCISfR.
J?or Brtla Warkcr k SadenUry Ptc-
lit. Alhlc-c or Ii.vaid. A Ot-iu-
i to . vuinaflinm. lnke ud but
1 i-i 1 p. are flior ro-m now, i-cirn-
hc. djnbl.ri'it.prehenuvc. chi-np;
!tiduri-d l.y 2o.Oti plivs cian. Uw
era, clergymen, editun otheri
iiuw umii i., .-.cud fur M'.'d c'r uli- 40 ens'i; n
Iiaige 1'iof li. L.. l)iAd. Scient Ac I'hvicul and
11 t.uuur ,u 4.UK1I4I1I si., iei
Q, F. Perca.
General Meat Market.
Ice& constantly on Iinnd ft fienerul
cock of fresh pieuU sud
canned good. .
Opposite Court House, Hneorro, N. M.
Hy virion of -x"Cnt:on No. 22")9 is-siit-il
out of I liu Hon. District Court nf
tin! Fililí Juiltriul ( ist rict. fif die 'Ferri
tin y of New Mexico, sillmir for Socorro
1 'must vt-Jo mo lin cicil. wlierei'i Wm.
O. llitillcy in pliiiiitiff. aurl Bird N'. Wil
son el ill. tire liclcmlxnin, Iih-ciI on 11
jiiilücinc nt rrnilcrii, Mhv 20th. term,
IS'JI. for liie sum of it, '-10.25 il inuiif.-n
nuil Í4 HI cosIhiiI sui'.wli li six per cent.
intcri-t-t then-oil tr.nn Muy fl) li, I till 1
muí furl her coals of extent :ntf tliis v ril ;
1, U. A. ItoliiuHuii, Kiierill of Socorro
Coun'y. N. M-. ili'l mi Nov. 13lli. 1 MU 1 ,
ievv nil tillil ivtl! well :it (mlilic Vendue,
in front of i lie Court Iloue i'imr m tin
City of Soiorto, on I lie l!)tlt ly of
Decenilier, jHfll, b.-tween I lie lnuiriol
U n'clock n. m. mid 4 o'clock, . in., to
lite liinliest -tiiildcr for ca-li. tn khIíkIv
bhM 8UI1IH of monev. all Hie rint, title
ii nd interest of Iiinl M. Wilson, el hI.
in himI to tiie followinitiiropHily, tn-wtt:
Tlie ''Voiii-.u America Mmo" situated
in the M.ijMlul 'tia Mining District, com
mencing nt h point monument No. 1
Hlty feel N. .35 W. of the locution mon
ument uinl notice; tlience 8 .65 W 300
feet, thence S .35 E 1500 feet; thence N
.55 E 0 0 fen: thence N .35 W 1500:
lliencH a .65 W 800 feet to piuco of he
(íiniiiiiií. From locution monument
MiL'nr l.cmí ii.uk nt south end of Kle
rihmit inotiiitiiiii beiirs South 64 West;
Wnlile 1-Hk bears N .75 V nnd Blnck
Penk henrK b .8 V. Said mining cliiitn
lieinc; tn.n Ued upon the crouml by Dak
no-Is set in tolo' 111 "llllniei.t-i.
4Ii.ii Ihe "Young America Mill Site"
commencing at loeu'ion monument
liicli i soutliciisl corner of (1. W. Ilol-h-nlieck'a
liDiiiesteu.l : thence s iiihOljil
feet in stone monument No. !i: liienco
F.3 ft. to stunts monument No8.tlieuce
not I li COO feel In stone iniiiiiimciil No. 4,
thence west 830 feet to place of begin
ning, containing five acres and located
in cotmcoiion witu the Young America
Also "The Wyoming. Mine" being
1500 on the Wyoming Ledge, extending
SOU feet in a easterly and 1200 feet in u
westerly direction from the location
monument Hint iiOO fret on either ship of
tac center line, said cluint. being situ
ated in the Magdalena Mining D.rtrict
about one mile in a easterly direction
from Pueblo Spring,
focoitlto, N. M. Nor. lflih, 1801.
V. A. ROBINSON, Sheriff.
By J. F. TOWI.E, Deputy.
Highest of all in Leavening rower.
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