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Jtf pi-Wli-nn m til 1 tlüi.. Pointed to Hi' I'M I liittrrata of fcornrro, Sofnrro ronnty fid ttm Territory In flifrnl. ftll tlui Min ing nrwi of thli tr.ftl tuiiierftl trotino.' V "THOTlgfTAW 'JOB ROGi,1--. ' COMPLETE IN EVERY RESPECT FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED. VOLM8 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1900 NO. 12 CHISJ IJriJiii COURT PROCEEDINGS Monday, April 23. UNITED STATES COURT Present: Hon. Charles A. Leland, Associate Justice Su- preme Court, presiding; John E Griffith, Clerk; C. M. Foraker Marshal. Both grand and petit juries were dismissed (or the term. TERRITORIAL COURT Present: Hon. Charles A Leland, presiding; S. Alexander, District Attorney; John E. ------ -j Griffith, Clerk; C. F. Blackington, ci : n Sheriff Following are the proceeding: Tuesday, April 24 I he United Mates court was adjourned The Socorro county grand jury was completed to stand as follows: C. B. Allaire, foreman, San Antonio: S. Michaelis. H. D Rice, Magdalena; Henry Lohman, San Marcial; Maximo Baca, Leniitar; E. S. Stapleton, Escon dida; Melquiadez Armijo, Dama N,ui iutnju,uci nuiiju, llalli- cio Baca, August Winkler, R. T. r1i:- T7 t :n Rafael Lopez, Jóse A. Márquez, rrfir; P.-n; V; r.,.iL. " " "" v-..-v.bUJ Adclfino Salazar, and Demetrio Qlguin, Socorro. Nicodemus Chavez vs. Louis Hunning; trespass. Dismissed at cost of plaintiff, for want of prosecution. T. G. Condon vs. Socorro Fire a,r Cr ln,., C,i. j. I Clay Co.; chancery. Sale made and distribution ordered F. X. Eber'.e vs. Felix Lecvick et al; clrancery. Dismissed for want of prosecution Nancy J. Robinson, adm'x, vs W. .H. Byerts; assumpsit. Con tinued. Juan Chavez y Moreno vs Maria Antonio Gonzales de Cha vez; divorce, Decrie granted. S. Alexander vs. Carlos E Warner et al; account. Settled and. costs paid. Leo Loewenstein vs. Francis Nilson; damages. Dismissed at cost of. plaintiff, Solomon Luna vs. Eusebio r..-k:-i. t - , . I uan.cj. dismissed ai r;ost of plaintiff. NEW CASES DOCKETED. Chas Mann vs. John Becker and parnard Reinkin, replevin. Julia Davis vs. Geo. F. Davis, divorce. Telesforo Veiil de Pino vs. Seve ro M. Vejil et al, accounting with Receiver, etc. W. C. Field vs, John Howard and C. C. Chance, appeal from Valentine Beake vs. T. F. Campbell, appeal from J. P. Chas. Mann vs. John Becker, damages etc. The North Graphic Mininr Co. V.s. Asa B. Fitch and the Graphic carbonate Mining Co., damages. John B. Stebson Company vs. Ji W. Jones & Co. and the individual members of said co partnership, account. American Valley Co. vs. Sam'l McMillan, to quiet title. Wednesday, April 2C. FVX. Eberle vs. Wm. Carmichael ei ai, injunction; continued. lerritory ys. delinquent tax list of Socorro countv. taxes: v r I dismissed by plaintiff at its cost; rnouon r.o quash service sustained. T I . . r i ... . Telesforo Veiil de Pino et al vs. f- ksiv-. ..... i pevero M. vein etal. J. J. Lesson. receiver, was allowed Ju6 for expenses, icoo as compensation forservices, and Í100 for attorney's lees, and was discharged. W. E. ftC" w" appoinieu special in.aici kj se,! property. Chillion Riley vs., Socorro National Bank, assumpsit; dismis- Ia- - I muudiu, opencer. UeCKCtt fie o it:ii 1 - . 1 r- ... wv. a. i. ii.iuiiwa account: UI3IUIS9CU, .Geo. W. Ravenscroft vs. South if West Development Co. et al, Thos. F. Cooney vs. same, V. Patterson vs. same, dismissed as to Socoiro National Bank car- nishee. Cha. H. Gildersleeve vs. Jas. L, Johnson ct al, dismissed tor want v or prosecution. Thos. B. Catron vs. John Collin- son. II. M. Douphertv enters his appearance as associate consul for pláintiíí, New case entered, Lizzie Rogers vs. YYm. N Kocers. divorce. Friday. Anril 2 7. Caseentered: Magdalena Min 1 anu oincumg E. Rogers, replevin I '11, r--..,i : inr and Smelting Co. vs Enoch The Grand iurv reported "no bill" in the following cases: Territory vs Juan Baldonado and Estanislao Baca, assault to murder: same vs Emiliano Anodaca. larcenv of cattle; same vs Cruz Macs, dis charging deadly weapon. Indict ments were returned in the fol- fowinrr rases- TVrrifnrv vs Pan. ute Carillo, assault with intent to murder: same vs Svlvestre Abev- ta y Sanchez, murder; same vs G. C. Downinff assault tn mnrrler- same vs Lazara Cordova, stealing and killing cattle; same vs Bruce i weaver, anas Ked weaver, and James Lowe, larceny of horses; I same vs fhas WirA icinult tn murd" V01!1" indictment? were found which, are suppressed ior gOOC leasons. D " ' unlawfully carrying deadly weap on, same vs unrique, cnavez, same. Svlvestre Abevtia v Sanche?. was admitted to bail in the sum of ÉC.OOO. ""'Pl Y the toreman of the grand jury to examine into the financial rnnrti. lhe committee appointed 1 tion of Socorro county reported that the treasurer's books appear to De kept in a business like man ner. The following statement bv (he treasurer was included in the teport: Trial Balance. CnntitT innd, renrral 1 f,T r'.rt ..,.. IW1 51 12 I K. an.l .mkl iK fual of l'!M 77U2.45' 1506." i!7.")6 Repairinif court hrrau 4AS.T9 5.U n 11a auimal Doauty 4305., Flr Nat'l Bank of New York f 14X00 a oran ADcyla 31417.16 k2.'.l.U,!fl2Kül.ü6 The f n m rn 1 1 1 an rr inferí tn examine into the condition of the county tail reDorted the tail in fOod condition. Also trie rnm i:l-Lrt IÜ" n- r . I u wic "nice ot. propaie III JWVJU lUllUlliUll. jury discharged. WOnEN HELD UP And Robbed Half a Mile From the City Of Santa Fe. Santa Fe, N. M.. Apr.- 27. Luis Gonzales held up and rob bed Mrs. Oscar Funk and Miss Edith Williams half a mile from town. Their stout resistance pre vented his carrying out other brutish purposes. He was arrest ed by deputy Sheriff C. R. Huber. Kansas City Market. Kansas City, April 26. Cattle. receipts 3.800; steady to shade lower. Native 4.50 western, 4.00 4.80; Texas and Indian, 4.00 ii 4.70: cows and heiters 2.25 476; bulls 3.00 4.00; stpekers and feeders, 375 bheep, receipts 1,700; spring lambs 7.50; natives ewes, 6.00. clipped wethers, 5.40. Metal Market. New York. Anril 26.Cnnnr firm 17; silver 58 lead 4.45. . 7 . . --- i Cow Ponies Por s.i. Three carloads of bronchos. recently broken tn ri-le ihr four ant five m ' 1 - - - -v-1 prices in carload lots address G L. Brooks, general manager Aztec Land and Cattle Company, Albuquerque, N. M, Real Estate Transfers. Coats & Rowe to W. S. .... " t - d Cnnnew ranrh t,nn ' rrancisnuita V We T ?---. , Knht. T. Tn na . f . 1 w r w - . 4 1 1, vj in. by 137 yds, 10 in, in Socorro. OF HOtfE INTEREST. Kev. M. Matthieson went out to Magdalena yesterday morning, The editor is sick. Excuse haste and a bad pen Ethel Radcliff is numbered among the sick this week Andres Baca of Riley, Socorro county, has made a homestead entry of 160 acres. The lambing season is now on ariJ the sheepmen of Socorro county report an excellent crop. G, Biavaschi will sell you wines, liquors, and cigars in quantity ana quality to suit. For the very best of liquors by the pint, quart, or gallon go to i'. . vciv ucsl ui uuuors nv T. P. Kellev of Water Cannn was among the visitpis in the city yesterday C. T. Brown had the misfnrt une to lose one of the best, horses In his stable the first of the. week Mrs. J. II. Hilton has been now much improved. uccKer, isiacKwew fit Co. are r 1 tit h m repairing and remodeling their store Dunaing. r. t. cnase. a minin? enrfinper of Denver, is examininr ih ivcuy mine tor Mrs. Billings Don luan Gsrri.-l a nrnniinonf sheep man of Magdalena, called on incnas nere lhursday V. H. Russel. a mine nwnrr nf - ... - iviagaaiena. visited socorro i hurs- uay. .1 Beni. Sanchez, a ranchman frnm near Polvadera, came to on Thursday 011 business. I near Polvadera, came to this city The Socor ro Dublic srhrjn! closed yesterday after a success- lui session. Lou Terrv will pa to the UlarU i.tiiL'C moiiaav ro DC rrnne a i.uit iwo mom 11s, Mrs. I. L. Terrv came in' trnm IVjI.k . 1... . . u . 1 wnni'ii verdín iv 1 1 1 1 1 u visiting rclauvcs 11 the city. G. Biavaschi now runs a short order counter at tvhich is the best of Kansas City beef. fion. Solomon l.una wis V n . among the distinguished visitors . 1 .. . in me cuy Wednesday. Terrw K'llo,, M C V Jerry Kelley and W. C. Kiscr Magdalena rfrt slererl at tU Ot Magdalena rrristerer at fli Windsor for dinner Wednesday. wrs. vvm. Kogcrs ot lJa1 Mrs. Wm. Rogers of Patterson re,stcrcd at the vVindsor Turs. A. Staab. Santa Fe's lead wholesale merchant, was minaliiiiT ... .- . . 7 ' .'&"" wun socorro s visitors Tuesday. Alike Wolfe was in the city tuesday trom his ranch in the western part of the county. United States Marshal r M Foraker of Albua ueroue remnter. J -i iL. Ilrr..j . to cu i me winasor iuonaay. Sam Locke was one of MaerHa. Iena's delegation in this city this WCCK. I. F. Cook boarded Tliesrlau'a norm bound train tor Albuquer que. T. A. Harlan and 1 Miller represented ban Marcial in the ----- - city early in the week, A. II. Hilton, a well L-nnum business man of S an Antnnin ua among the visitors in Socorro last Saturday. Chairman A. Schev ua nn the grounu cany 10 preside over the deliberations of the board of county commissioners T. A. Gilmore. treasurer anrl collector of Chavez county, has been in the city this week on legal business. k..1 neL0wn.e.rs 01 the lY. n. nave oougni a steam h.oist this week fronfa Mr. S t' i an El Paso house. ror a cut or de irmus Kansas vuy Lti uii siiort nrner rail ar 1 I Don Ifliunn rtTnntn. tli. .,.11 I known stockman of San Anúm 1 - ...wuvwr l nv. ni.11 I called on Socorro f rienda-. Wed' Mc.3a! - v.'c Mainr P C. down TuesHatr. tn". ii'i.nJ K j - -w "Hi-iiu i'K meeting of. the-board of countv commissioners: ' , r.n in , Ceo. IJIrirV- anrl Ph fl Maver Cf White Oaks uereralUr! I - " u j. 1 a v v. 'u "vl.u u r ,Vüuri BUSinc tne Frank Knoblock. Marrdatena's I "'rring ana popular liveryman, iuicu his oocorro mends with a visit Monday. Mr. Lewis, arrent fnr fh PI f aso News, was in the citv ve. terday rustling business for his lapcr. lipe connections have heen made to supply Windsor park wiin water from the city water works. I he engineering class 9t ih. oliiuui 01 mines nas begun a sur vey of the camnus nrcninlnm t .1.1 ; r tf-j iv me uniting or a countour map. Beni. Le7(?ett. who h as hrrn it the Windsor auite sir.k for weeks, returned to his home in i - ..uihivj hj ui iiriiiic in Magdalena Wednesday but little I improved. improved. vvi ard IS. H I h hn : Sick With a cnmnliratinn nf measles and pneumonia, but he is improving rapidly under Dr. iJuncan s care. Mrs. C. II. Sheild rlenarrerl lhursday morning's train for iwu V 1 her home in I.nuisville !. of many admiring Socorro friends. S. Michaelis. a member nf tt hrm of C r. üunnecan & Co. nf Magnalena. came down the 6 ret of the week and was assigned a pysmon on tne grand jury. I. W. Iones & Co nf. - j - -- . , . 1 J w nave sold their valuahl hni n, to a company that will carry on the business under the firm name of. Hood Brothers & Hudson tion 1. B. Catrnn wat n at tendance at court Wednesday anrl Thqrsday looking after the interests of clients in several importa it cases. ror business cards j- ..... : : --v-t, .drus, weuding invitations, pro irrammes. lunerai nnti-rs all in the VerV latest Stvles and Hesirrne '"I ai 1 HE CHIEFTAIN olhre aatislaction or no pay, Walter Iones nf the t T 9 " v lltll VI J, W. lOneS & Cr nf Pricrngtt.n court Vv prinpti?iii ' IT . j that his father, J. W. Jones, who a. a. A I I . . . - veni 10 niaoam in rebruarv for his health, died on March n. Wilson and Wither whn rnKk. the Bowman bank at Las Cruces, have been sentenced to the peni tentiary at Santa Ke VVilenn lC" anQ HDer, Who tun state's evidence, for five years ' ,rc cars. ten years and Wilber, who turned AITS. MrnriCTta HiUmrrn mam. ot the well known Kelly mine near - - - "a"! wnuvi Kelly, arrived in this city this niominp. Mrs. Hillino-s is irrnm. . . wuvuLi,- Lee Terrv has hnuo-ht th Major Bahney property, consid C aaw eration 400. It is understood that Mr. Terry will move his famiiy in frpm Water Canon next wcck 10 occupy me property ludce A. A. Freeman is a uel COme Visitor amonrr his nunii Qn. turro incnas. ine Judge came over from Carlsbad on business in the district ' court! fie is enthusiastic over the prospect for U ti- ...11 ' me 1 us vaucy If troubled bvr a wealr rlirrectínn 1U33 Dl IDDCEIie. Or rniK ins nn . try a few doses of Chamberlain's' stomach and Liver Tablets .verv box warranter! PV.r I- by A. E. Howell, Socorro, W. W oorrowoaie, Magdalena. R. II. Sanders has rerentlu r turned to the United States from Cuba. Mr. Sanders rerentlu- nt C. I. Isrown some verv fine nhn. tocraohs of Í eluding Santiago, and asked to be - . I J . r . . icmcu.ucrco. 10 inenus in this vjcinity HillS & MontOVa SnM their en. tire stock of rantre h yearlings up for is per, head to Kin? and Son of I a "tunta Cnn r"ua!csn,PP,n? ncn aJ " ZllC. f? c"' . -"-v., am uui iiuui mis sta- lion vesterdjv. 1 n 1 1 . t'.-"" "7 " uui 19 111 irC f-itv viitinr hr alul.. M.. in - J 1. .IJLL, . . as. VH III Barnes. She evnerts tn r.rv.-.-n until the middle of Maw Vhen nirs. uarnes will return, to Colo raü0 W,ttl The San Micuel banrl f ,, ., p r v ulc PUDc with some excellent music Irom th,e plaza grand stand last Sunday under the direction I) a K-.i- . vi a. i. it 1 ,ir t r 1 ri n rveu 11m. fr.rm. I,-.... 1 j.... 1 ... . 4,t ucea orucrca and tne band will soon present a fine an pan.ed by her attorney, Howard a road forty rfect wide iron i So L. Wurl.tzer of Cincinnatti, Ohio, corro to Leniitar. John Green- T I . VM -it-) J. IMi(S win Used in. Millions ql Homes 40 Years the standard. A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder" Superior to everv other delicious cake and pastry, light, flaky biscuiT cases pajata we and wholesome. fmot uiim rowDia eo. Miss Rubv Berrv h as re Nr.,4 a letter from the school tjoard congratulatinrr her in verv warm terms on her successful vear'a work in the public, schools. The letter is a hfi?h comnliment tn Miss Berry's ability r.s a teacher and the compliment is well He. served. At its meeting nn Tllfarfa tVtm Ju7 ooard ot countv commissioners I ..j .1 . . .... 1 f i diiirii iin nnvi iir ni i-.in.. waio is., pushing the enterprise and is meeting with considerable ciibuuiagcmeiic m ine way of promised contributions. Following are the names of the visiting attorneys who have had business before the district court this week: A. H. Harlee. Silver City; t.. V. Chavez, Albuquerque; T. B. Catron, Santa Fei G. W. Pritchard. White OjIí.-' Kei; 11 Lester, Albuquerque; A. A. Free- . 1 1 man, arisoaa. A. C. Thomas, who is operat ing the Hardscrabble mine at Kelly, recently bought some ore wagons for hia teamster. TJié latter finding business too slow to suit his enterprising disposition hitched onto the wagons and drve away to parts unknown. Mr. Thomas was in 'this city yes terday trying to "devise ways and means to recover his lost prop erty. ' - F. S. Fullerton came in the first of. the week from his ranch 65 miles west of Magdalena.' Mr. Fullerton affords a fine exámple of the vivifying effects of New Mexico's climate. Several years ago he came from St: Louis wcichine scarcely a ñunrlrerí pounds. He has since then just about doubled his weight and is as fine a specimen 'of physical manh'ord as one would wish to look upon. "' ' The Presbvterian -h urrh nf t.i. city cordially invites you and your friends ta attend onu anrl nil si the services which are held in its building, east of the court house, on the Sabbath and week days. On the Sabbath: Sunday school at 10 a. ni.; preachin? at II a. m. and 8 p. m.; Christian Endeavor at 7:.V)'"'d. m.: lunior Chritian Endeavor at 3. p. m, ' On week days:. 'Prayer meetint ' Thurs days at 8 p. m.; Ladies Mis sionary Society, secon4 Thursday of each month at 3 p. rr. - - . 0, ri ,if ,4 Noti. Avoid baking powders made from alum. They look like pure powders, and may raise the cakes, but alum s a poison and no one can eat food &UMd with it without injury to health. - T.he Gold Coin Prospecting and. Developing Co's outfit stopped; a day in this city the, first of the' week en route to the Blacfc'Range.' The outfit is in charge., of Col. Terry of ColoradoS.pnngs and is about as Complete," a?..' ingenuity could devise. The; party expects' to be out three years prospecting" in New Mexiqaci Arizona. ' J. F. Cook, who recently en gaged in business in El Paso, but " was at Socorro on court matter' came in, from the south this morn ing. Mr. Cook States that hi. son, George Cook, is at present on a visu to ai. Louis, andL Georec writes back that he ia having a "hog-killing time in St; Louis. Citizen. ; Hon. F. X. Schoonmaker de-. I.vcred his lecture on Chida,' the Shadow on the World" at the opera house last Saturday night to ar audience that should have been larger.The speaker show-í ; ed him.solf the complete master of fus subject, was eloquent, earn est.'lmpressive, and intensely in-i téresting from the very beginning ! of his three hours lecture tqjt' close. ' Altogether, the lecture" was the rarest treat that has been offered to the Socorro public for years. ; A distressing accident oc curred yesterday at the Silvá' ranch, 15 miles east of San Anto nio. Casey of Texas "stopped at the ranch with' a large bunch of -cattle, horses, and mules which he was driving into the western, part of Socorro county. While' Mr. Casey's mother-in-law, Mrs. Dale, was holding a vicious horse. -the animal reared and plunged. knocked the woman . down ana trampled upon her, drushinf her hips and breakinir. one nf her' thh bones.' ''Dr. Swisher was" summonéd to attend the patient ini sáid ttil's'1 morning that she was not expected to live,;" " v A Teatlnionlal frorji Old EBgland. "I Consider Chamberlain. Cough Remedy the best 'in the4 world for bronchitis" William Savory, of Warrinrtnri Encland. "It ha saved life, she having been a martyr to , bronchitis fdr over six year?, beinjj. most of the time cptifined to her bed. She is now quits wcU." " Sold by A. E. lloweif. ,r,-n-' W. W. Borrowdale, Majdi'.tnt.