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THE CHIEFTAIN JC8 ROOMS.
FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED.
SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, MARCH 42, 1897
fttpnbllran al II Uno. Drtntd to the
bt Intrreeu of Hooorro, Speorro eoonty and
tb Territory In gnuer. Oltee all tb Mia
ing Bewi of this great mineral lefUun.
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ALCUQUZnQUE, KEH UOtlCO.
Authorized Capital -Paid
Up Capital, Profits and Surplus,
Deposita, - -. -
Jeebua 8. Raynolda, Preaidont. A. A Kcen, Cashier.
M. W. Flournoy, Vice President Frank McKee, Assistant Caahler.
o UNITED STATES
0-DEPOSITORY FOR A. T. & 8. F.
Lockhart's Armijo Hotel
MRS. HENRY LOCKHART, Proprietor.
0 On the European -plan. First Class in All Appointments o
Large and well lighted sample rooms for use of commercial men. Hitted by
team and lighted by electric light. Only two blocks from dvpot.
Carriages to and from all trains.
Corner of 3rd. Street and Railroad Avenue
LIQUORS? Wines, in
Also carry the very finest brands of Cigars
and Cigarettes. Stock always neWánd fresh
Manzanares Ave, next door to Post Office.
Leading Jewelrr, Albuquerque, N. M.
Ifatch Inspector Tor Atlnntio & Pamfi.- Railroad Company
Las Ycoas and SodbBBO, N. II.,
AirlcEltiral Implements, aiicli,;.Hiiiiii Snpulies 4 Kative Proflnc
TWB BEST MARKET FOR
WOOL, HIDES, PELTS, ETC.
WILL AT ALLüTIUKS COMPETÍ WITH EASTERN PR ICE 8.
QoMeiza Crotm' E2fills
SOCORRO. NEW MEXICO.
Patent - and - Family - Flour
Gist Prices Paid
WHEAT BOUGHT AND SOLD.
JOHN GRIiUNWALD, Pkopriitox.
AND A. P. RAILROADS. 0
Albuquerque, ES. li.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Finest line of pure whiskies, brandies and
the market. Strictly Pure and
in Packages. . Call in and see us
J UIMIIIUIIUUj UlsIlbUII I I
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Bocorro. New Mexico.
Will practice in all Courts.
WARREN FERGUSSON & BRUNEI!
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
W; B. CHILDKKS
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Alouquerqim, N. $
JAMES 0. FITCH
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Socorro, N. M.
Office in Terry Bloclc.
F. W. CLANCY,
Albuquerque, N. M.
BERNARD 8. RODEY
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Albuquerque, N. M
All Branches of the prnctice hltended to
n. J. ABKRNATHY,
PHY3ICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Socorro National I'ank
Full Line of the Latest Notions
always on hand.
MANZANARES AVE. SOCORRO, N. M.
E. E. BUIU.INCAMCS
ASSAY OFFICE' l LABORATORY
EUbHhl In Cnlortdo, HnTiijOf bv mill or
expnw will receive prompt ami e aviul aiter'nn).
Gold & Silver Bullion züir?íZ
Alina, 173Í 1 1731 Uvrnet St, Sum, Cob.
i. a CHURCH
Kelly, New Mexico.
Careful determinations made of
all kinds of ore, and more
GOLD. SILVER, LEAD AND
And at very Reasonable Prices.
Only first clas work done.
Socorro, K. n.
Give him a call.
VON SCLTTJLZ & LOW"
AB8AYER8. CHEMISTS, ami BUL
P. O. Drawer l187. 1748 Champa St.
Prices fob bpkcimb! assays: Gold,
Silver, Load or Copper. 1.00 each; anv
two. $l.60tany throfl, $2.60. Complete
prica list and tupis bugs furimLieU on
Ladies Fine Shoes.
General Meno so
B'5?S asad SZ2BS
122 South second street, Afciiqucrrjua, FJ. LJ. -
Mall Orders Promptiy F'l.'ed. Wrlu or Prloea.
OF HOME INTEREST
Socorro is pretty tolerably quiet
but then it could bo worse.
Only five more working days
for the territorial legislature.
The city election will take place
on the first Tuesday in April.
City politics are not attracting
attention except from very few.
Rev. Fathc J. B. Brun was a
visitor to Albuquerque, this week.
Call at Katzenstein's for the
celebrated cigar La Rosa Sub
lime. Hón. Neill B. Field, of Albu
querque, is in city today on legal
The people in and about So
corro are now very busy planting
Dr. Edwin Swisher, of San
Antonio, was a visitor to Socorro
Don Eutimio Montoya was up
from San Antonio last Wednesday
on a business trip..
Katzcnstein has the finest of
bananas, navel oranges, lemons,
nuts, home made candies, etc.
Hon. W. E. Martin came down
from Santa Fe to spend last
Saturday and Sunday at home.
Who ever saw anywhere else
such fine March wtather as we
are now enjoying here in Socorro?
, The he-gossip is the most de
testable creature that God Al
mighty ever made the mistake of
C. T. Brown went out to Water
Canon, today, to spend two or
three days looking aftir his pro
pei ty in .crests.
It is said that work on the con
slruction of the new caplol build
ing at Santa Fe will commence
sometime this spring.
All honor to the territorial coun
cil for their unanimous vote on
the bill cutting down the com
pensation of county officers.
It depends much on the work
of the last few days of the present
legislature as to what its repita
tion will be when it goes down in
Letters to Chas. S. Bahncy and
Judge Hamilton state that Mrs.
Bahney and Miss Lulu Hamilon
are enjoying their California visit
It may be remarked that Ed
Kealcr has a team that can not be
beat for speed and endurance, in
long drives, it makes no difference
where the horses come from.
John Martin, of Colorado, ac
companied by his wife, was here
over Sunday on a visit to his
mother, Mrs. E. C. Martin, and to
his brother Hon. W. E. Martin.'
Manuel Gallegos y Baca, of
this city, died at his home last
Sunday morning, and the funeral
ceremony and burial took place
the following day. The deceased
was born at Belen, January lit
1819, and came to Socorro in the
early thirties. He was married in
in 1840 to the Maria Quitira Garcia,
who died about two years Ago.
They had ten children of whom
seven survive, viz: Manue, Fer
nando,' Florentino. Felicitas
Juanita, Martin and EmHia, who
are all married. j
Men Fine Shoes.
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The Albuquerque Citizen says:
"The finance committee have the
appropriation bill almost com
pleted. It will cut down the
annual appropriation about 6o,
000 per year."
The new national administra
tion at Washington could get
some valuable pointers as to how
to run a government by applying
to some of the loafer element that
A bill has passed the house in
the legislature reducing the mem
bers of the penitentiary board to
three. It is said this will save
the territory some 2,000 per year
if it becomes a law.
A. D. Coon has purchased a
thousand more fruit trees for his
orchard. He' certainly deserves
great credit for the enterprise he
has displayed in starting and
keeping up this big orchard.
J. H. McCutchen, of the Ad
vertiser, states that his boy, born
a week ago, is the biggest and
finest looking child ever born in
Socorro, and that both it and the
mother are getting along nicely.
The "Old Folks" of Socorro
have organized a concert company
and are holding a series of singing
rehearsals each week preparatory
to giving an amateur concert
entertainment some time next
Let's see, what is it Howard, of
the San Marcial Bee, says he is
going to do with the money he is
to get from the democratic board
of county commissioners? One
hundred dollars is a great big
pile to a fellow like Howard.
The taxpayers are still waiting
for the publication of the county
commissioners proceedings since
the new board went in last Janu
ary. Three meetings of the board,
but as yet the taxpayers know
nothing ot what has been done.
The young ladies of Socorro are
now preparing to give the opera
of "The Mikado," at some date
in the near future. The under
taking is made by the same ladies
who recently gave the Ladies
Minstrel entertainment which was
such a brilliant success.
If any outsiders are appointed
to federal offices for New Mexico,
it is not likely they will meet
vith a very cordial reception when
they jet here. Our people have
in the iast had such a disagreeable
experience with carpet-baggers
that thiaclass is not looked upon
with muih favor.
Judge Hamilton starts for Ros
well, tomorrow, to hold the spring
term of court for Chaves county.
After a two weeks term there he
goes to Eddy for the same length
of time, then holds a two week's
session of court at Lincoln, com
ing back to Socorro in time to
open the MayUerm of court for
this county. ,
The fee and stlary bill to fix
the compensation of district
clerks, county officers and for
other purposes was brought up in
the territorial council Wednesday
afternoon. It was passed by the
unanimous vote of the council.
We have not seen the bill in full
but from Information received di
rect from gentlemen who are at
at Santa Fe, we believe this act if
passed will prove of great benefit
to the overburdened taxpayers of
the entire territory, and that it
will save several thousand dollars
each year to Socorro county alone.
It is learned that it has consider
able opposition in the house and
that the lobbyists are getting
their, work in. Any further
comments are reserved until the
house votes on the bill only to
say that any member who votes
against it will have a great deal
of explaining to his constituents,
to attend to when he, goes back
Celebrated fof Its treat leareninfr
trength and healthfulofaa. Auurei (he
food against alum anj all f rroi of adul
teration common to the cheap branda
BOYAL BAKING rOWDSR CO., MEW YORK..
Cards are out announcing the
marriage of Mis Isabelita M.
Baca and Andres A. Romero, the
ceremony to take place at the
church next Monday evening.
The bride is the bright and charm
ing daughter of Hon. Juan Jose
Baca, and the groom is one of
the wealthy and influential citizen
of Peralta, in Valencia county.
This fellow Jones (the high and'
mighty county commissioner) in
addition to his duties, first as
Waddingham's agent and inci
dentally as county commissioner
wants to fix up the federal ap
pointments for New Mexico a
well. If Jones will keep sober'
enough to attend to his duties as
a servant of the county and keep
county affairs in as good shape as
did the last administration, he
will be doing a whole lot for a
man of his caliber. And after he
gets that far perhaps- he would do
well to see that the grants he is
agent for pay their proportion of
the taxes. And then there are
several other things- that will be
suggested from titne to time-
Jones is a good deal like the par
rot that "talked too much."
Trusts belong to no party or
country in particular. They are
found everywhere, and they en
deavor to extract favors from all
political sects. A party is in .
power in this country now, how
ever, which has a special grudge
against the trusts, A vigorous,
war on the "combines" may be, ,
looked for when the republicans
start in actively to run the gov
ernment. The commendations for the
McKinley inaugural and cabinet
which come from papers of all
parties all over the country are
significant. The spirit of the one
and the personel ot the other
seem to satisfy everbody. Alt
this is highly pleasing to the re
publicans, and it will be gratifying
to the rest of the people. It
shows there is a general feeling
that the adminstration will be
creditable in every respect.
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Over the Santa Fe route, ticket.
to the Corbett-Fitzsimmoni ath
letic exhibition at Carson Citv.
Nevada, March 17. will be sotd at
2S for round trip. Dates of sale
March 13 and 14. final return
limit March 25. 1897.
Highest Honors WorlJ'a fair.
MOST PERFECT MADB.
A pure Cnpe Cream of Tartar Powder. Pre
torn Ammonia, Alum or any other iJuliatm,
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