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rv AIN. THE CHIEFTAIN JOB ROOMS. complete"íñ"every respect FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED. ft'p'dilínn t ni) luid. Deitfl li th hett liiu-rcuu ol' Sim-oti-o, Siworro mnty nd the Territory iu gi-nrrnl. Ulrn nil tit Min ing newt of Ihl rrritt iniiii-ntl rrtliin. i, 1 , . -Á VOL. 18 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,1900 NO. 33 THIS CHIEFTAIll. gj "r'i BIAVASCHI'S. The Largest Liquor House in the county. our new goods: Manitou (linger Champagne, ' For the Family Table. Hanitou Sarsaparilla Champagne, For Table and Sick-Room. The Famous Hanitou Water. Our Mineral Water is recharg ed with its own gas. Bass Ale (Imported.) liuiness' Porter (Imported.) The only house in the county handling these goods. Humm's Champagne (Imported.) In Pints. Kentucky Bourbon and Pennsylvania Rye Whiskies. Bottled in U. S. bond under U. S. seal. Pure, for family use. Bottled Wines. Imported and California, tied at the vineyard. bot- Pabst's Famous Milwaukee lied Beer. Bot- Famous Blue Ribbon Bottled Beer. Ours is the only house in the county handling this famcus brand. THE MOST COMPLETE BAR IN COCORRO COUNTY. Come and see for yourself. G. BIAVASCI1I. CRESCENT WHEELS. GEMTLEMAN'S CHAINLESS. I am authorized to guarantee this well known wheel for six months as to workmanship and material. Call for prices. You will be surprised to find them so low for a first class wheel. J. II. Hilton, Agt., Socorro, N.'M. fcáT Repairing done promptly. School of Mines Notes. New students registered this week for advanced work. Helen Terry spent a part of the week in Albuquerque as the guest of Professor and Mrs. llernck Professor Phalen has been kept quite busy of late assaying samples of ore sent in for t purpose. The chemical laboratory is now in cood running1 order and presents a business-like appear nce during working hours. Professor Jones went to Albu tueniue yesterday to attend : meeting of the Educational Coun cil, of which he is a member. Miss Atkinson has classes to l--e'i her busy from 9 o'clock in the morning; until after 4 o'clock in the afternoon und her study room is occupied to us full seat ing capacity. V. V. Clark, a former school o f mines student, stopped in the city Wednesday on his way from Bland, where ne nas Deen em rdoved for some time, to Agua Calieutc de Baca, Sinaloa, Mex ico, where he has accepted a desirable position in charge of a gom mine ana stamp imu. Clark was accompanied by . wife. Mr his James and Hereford Fitch, sons pf Captain A. B. Fitch, of Mag dalena. are ill town today on their way to Ann Arbor, Mich can. where they will resume Uieir Mndic'i tit' the state imi LADY'S CHA'.NLESS. OF IIOUE INTEREST. All kinds of school supplies at Katzenstein's. Furnished room for rent ply at this office. Ap- Get your school books at Katzenstein's. Manuel Pino of Mangas was a visitor in town Tuesday. Katsenstein has all kinds of soda 'water for sale. Katzenstein has a fine lot of fresh and fancy candies. Mrs. C. C. Clark of Kelly was a guest at the Windsor Tuesday, J. J. Macky of Magdalena was a guest of landlord Hasty Wed nesday. J. P. Chase returned this wek from a visit to his mining prop erty in Texas. Lester Duryea was among Majdalena's representatives at the fair this week. Mrs. W. E. Martin and niece, Miss Leo .a Rudisille, are visit ing in Santa Fe. . C. T. Taylor of Patterson patronized Doctor Kittrell's den tal pificc this week. Luciano Chavez and Benjamin Sanchez of Polvadera put up at the Windsor Tuesday. Mrs. Daly returned home Mon day from Wylie's ranch, where she spent the summer. Mrs. John W. Cox of Datil was among the pleasure seekers in Albuquerque this week. John W. Terry and son Paul drove a band of cattle out to Water Cañón yesterday. Thursday morning a nipping frost played havoc among the garden truck in Santa Fe. Miss Madge J. Terry of this city has been appointed notary public by Governor Otero. Mrs. Montague Stevens of Horse Springs was in the city Tuesday o-j ;oute to Europe. This morning's train from the north was delayed several hours by a washout near 1 hornton. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo P. Gar- cia ot aiaguaiena are visuing relatives and friends in Socorro. Tomorrow and on each Sunday thereafter the band concerts in the plaza will given at 4-30 p. m. Mrs. D. H. Harroun arrived in the city Thursday morning to visit her mother, Mrs. J. M. Mar tin. Doctor J. C. Blinn and wife of Kelly stopped in Socorro between trains Monday on their way the fair. to J. J. Leeson of this city was appointed one of the judges on booths, windows, and decorations at the fair. George Hasty is acting landlord at the Windsor in the absence of the proprietor, R. W. Monroe, at the fair. A. E. Green, Jos. E. Smith's efficient assistant, left for El Paso Wednesday morning for a few days' absence. Caotain M. Cooney and Bob Collins loaded a camping outfit and started for the mountains Friday morning. A bouse to, rent furnished or unfurnished, with or without barn; also furnished, rooms. Ap ply at this ofhee. 4t. Charles Adams, a former stock man of Socorro county but now located near La Junta, Colorado, H in town today. Dr. E. P. Blinn has returned from an extended sojourn in the mining- districts of the western part of the county. W. W. Borrowdale joined the Magdalena contingent at the fair Thursday, stopping off in this city between trains. Mrs. Jas. Baldwin and mother, Mrs. N. A. Hilliard, of Datil arrived in town Tuesday on their way to the Albuquerque fair. John J. A. Dobbin was in town Monday. He expects to make another shipment of ore soon from his mine in Water Canon. Mrs. W. A. Bortón, wife of the station agent at Magdalena, was a guest oí Mrs. P. J. Savage of this city Saturday and Sunday. Frank Andrews returned yes terday morning from a three weeks trip to Arizona. Today is the first day of au tumn. The sun rises and sets the world over at exactly six o'clock if it is on schedule time. Albert Hasty, father of George Hasty of this city, arrived in town the first of the week from California, en route to Chicago. Doctor Kittrell will go out to Magdalena Monday and remain until Saturday to attend to the wants of his customers in dentist ry. Remember the ball given by the San Miguel band next Satur day evening. A good time is promised and everybody s,hould attend, Walter Sanders, formerly sec tion loss on the Magdalena branch, was in the city Monday looking for laborers for the A. P. road. Mr. Haylow, the genial and accommodating night operator at this station, is to be transferred to Rincont where he will be day operator. C. F. punnegan, a leading merchant oi Magdalena, stopped in Socorra between trains Mon-. day morning on his way home from El Paso. G. W. Shoch of Santa Fe, president of the Graphic mining and smelting company of Magda lena, is among the visitors in town today. W. T. Cliver of the tax depart ment of the Santa Fe railroad had business in Magdalena the first of the week. Topeka is Mr. Cliver's headquarters. Felipe N. Baca, son of Juan José Baca of this city, arrived in. own Tuesday morning, spent a day with relatives and continued his journey to Albuquerque. C. T Brown and family left for the north Thursday mornn Mrs. Brown and her . twú ows stopped i:i Albuq'.ierque, but Mr. Brown had business further up the road. Homeward bound passengers from the fair this morning tell of a fire that started in Albuquer que just as the train pulled out. The fire seemed to be in the S. railroad oTices. Collector Abran A hey ta has this week remitted to Territorial Treasurer J. H. Vaughan$369.05, of which $159.24 was for terri torial purposes and $32.27 for territorial institutions. A democratic county con vention is called for October 1 to elect delegates to the territorial convention, at Santa rii October 4 for the nomination of candidate for delegate to congress. James Stevens and wife came down from Santa Fe Wednesday morning and have resumed their residence in Socorro. Mr. Ste-. vens has recently been acting as. guard at the penitentiary. Dr. J. C. Blinn and St Mi chaelis came down from Magda lena Monday on their way to AlbU' querque as representatives of the Magdalena lodge to the gt.and. lodge, Knights of Pythias. The Mew Mexico sheep sani tary "board have appointed Man uel S. Pino of Datil and II. A Brachvogel of Ciénega as sheep inspectors for Socorro county and J. S. Mactavish of Magdalena as shipping inspector. O. Bulow of California arrived in town Tuesday. Wednesday he hired a pair of mules at Brown's livery stable, employed a driver, laid in a week's supply of provisions, and started for the hills to the westward: Judere A. A. Freeman made a trip to Roswell, Wednesday. On his return he will proceed to Washington. D. C. to represent the cattlemen before the Interior- department in the drift fence controversy. Carlsbad Argus, Captain and Mrs. A. B. Fitch came down from Albuquerque Tuesday morning on their way home from California. The many Socorro county friends of the familv will tx írlad to learn tha Mss Madaleine, who was recently taken to California for her health is much improved and is now able to go about with a little aid. h and Miss licstvie remained in California. fV Yl Tl HéaMii PRICE BAKING POWDER CHICAGO. Messrs. J. C. Wheeler and C. T. Taylor, cattlemen from near Patterson, were in town Tuesday. They reported stock in good con dition on their ranges and thought that if the frosts held OJl there would be good feed for the winter and spring. Next Saturday is the anni versary of the day of San Miguel, the r-'!tran suint of the local Catholic church. There will be the usual religious processions in the streets, servicc-sit the church, and grand fiesta at which every body is expected to have a erood time. Rev. R. M. Craig of Albuquer que, superintendent oi l'resby- terian mission schools for New Mexico, will be in Socorro next week to try to arrange for a teacher to assist Mrs. Sleight by taking clvirgc- of any American children th,at may a,pply for ad mittance. Mr. and Mss. John E. Griffith and J. B. Russell and a friend from Denver drove out to Water Cation Sunday. Lena, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Griffith, was also one of the party and turned the occasion into a celebration ot an important event, her tenth birthday. Millard and1 Ernest Browne, members of the firm o Browne, Manzanares & Co., wholesale grocers, are down from Las Vegas to attend the Knights of Pythias conclave, which convenes in the city today. They wÚl also be interested spectators. a,t the Mid way. Citizen. The city council met Monday evening and appointed C. Cor tinas mayor to till the vacancy caused by the resignation of Estevan Baca. Mayor Cortina has expressed a determination to conduct the affairs of his office in a manner to commend itself to the great majority of the citizens. Mrs. Daniel, who runs a board ing and lodging house in the Browne & Manzanares building near the depot, recently saw the names of her two children and her mother in the list of missing at Galveston. She received the glad tidings this morning that all were saved though their home wai destroyed. In the case of Firtnin'James vs William M. Hurst et al, foreclos ure of mortcraire. Judire Crum- fiacker, acting instead of Judge ,elajid, rendered judgment in favor of the plaintiff in the sum of $10,180, and decreed that un less said judgment was paid within 90 days certain described hand? belonging to defendants in Socorro county should be sold to satisfy the same. W. H. Win ter was appointed special master to sell the lands. r Oil. depends upon the food you eat. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Pow der adds to the healthfulness of all risen flour-foods. Not only this, it makes the food lighter, sweeter, finer-flavored, more delicious. It is worth while to exercise care in pur chasing baking powder to see that you get the kind that makes the food more whole some and at the same time more palatable. Notr. There are many mixture, made In imitation of baking powder, which it is prudent to avoid. They are lower in price than pure powders, but they are made from alum. Alum in food is poisonous. CO., ' At the republican primary held, in this city Thursday for Socor ro precinct No. 1 the following delegates were elected to the county convention called for next Saturday, viz: José E. Torres, M. Cooney, Estevan Baca, Cami lio Baca, II. G. Baca, Florentino Gallegos, G. Biavaschi. S. Alex ander, and C. F. Blackington. The following cases have been filed in the office of District Clerk John E. Griffith this week, viz: Charles G. Duncan vs. Joseph E. Smith, accent; A. B. Baca vs. Miguel Valvardo, appeal from J. P.; Frank N. Bancroft vs. Samuel Hutchcraft, to quiet title; Wil liam G. Gosslin vs. the unknown heirs r.f Edward W. Lyons, de- ceased. j The New Mexico Grand Lodge of Knights of Pythias, which met this week in Albuquerque, reelected its former officers and decided to hold its next regular annual meeting on the third Tuesday of September, 1901, ac Las Vegas Hot Springs. The Santa Fc offered very liberal rates to secure the meeting at th.a.t point. George Thorpe, John Remer, John McDonald, Wm. Sanders, L. M. Allen, Mrs. Fred Pratt, Miss Mary Birt, U. S. Hainmcl, Oscar Redeman, R. C. Patterson, C. H. Brum, Gus Hood, G. B. Hudson, and Chas. F. McCabe were passengers down from Magdalena Monday. It is safe to suppose that all were bound for the fair. Socorro can always be depend ed upon to respond liberally to any attraction hjcld in New Mex ico's, metropolis. A coach load of Queen City people came in on No. 22 yesterday morning, and a prominent gentleman from that place said yesterday that two thirds of the people were coming to the big fair, while the other third staid home and saw to it that none of the water went to waste, for Socorro really has a fine water supply, and the citi zens never lose a chance to boost it up. Journal-Democrat. Last Saturday witnessed a Eleasant family gathering at the ome of Doctor and Mrs. Duncan on California avenue in honor of the seventieth birthday of Mrs. Duncan's mother, Mrs. Mary A. Gilberson. Of Mrs. Gilberson'a descendants there wore present two daughters, six graüdcliildren, and one great-grandchild. One grandchild, Miss Pearl Berry, celebrated her thirteenth birth day on the same occasion. The gathering was a very enjoyable one, and it is to hoped that both "Giandma" and Pearl may cele brate many birthdays more in years to come. Ia the case of Luciano Chavez Herman Contreras, and Leopoldo. Contreras vs Jose Pino y Baca and Telesfora V. de Baca, on ac count, Judge Crumpacker on- Saturday, September 14, rendered judgment for the plaintiff in. the sum of $1,433.92, and decreed that unless said judgment was paid within 90 days certain lands belonging to the defend ants in Socorro county should be sold to satisfy the same. W. II. Winter was appointed special master ta sell the lands. The fa.ct that the New Mexico, Military- Institute, the New Mexi-. co School of Mines and other in stitutions of higher learning in the territory are overcrowded is a wholesome sign and proof that no mistake was made when the territory founded these institu--tions. They are bound to grow in importance and efficiency with, years and will add to the influx ence and prosperity of New Mex ico, The legislators should now also, pay as much attention to the public school system as they have to the colleges which are proving such a success, and New Mexico will then take its rank among the leaders in education and cul ture. New Mexican. The following were among the representatives of Socorro at the fair this week, viz: R. W. Mon roe, Henry Chavez, Frank Abey ta, J. J. Leeson, Mrs. L. B.. O'Gara and daughter, Mrs. Henry Graham and family, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hill, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mayer, Mrs. W. E. Martin, Elfego Baca and family, Mrs. D. Wattelet, Mrs. J. II.' Hilton and children, Miss Leona Rudisille,, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Katzenstein, Mrs. E. Gillett, Mrs. Mary Lan-1 don, P. A. Marcellino, Jas. Berry Fred Landon, Henry May, Zim Gibbons and family, Joe and John Greenwald, Prof. F. A. Jones, S. Alexander, and W. E.. Kellcy. Socorro will eventually have the same experience in the rise of property values that every town with good-school buildings and school systems experience. In, fact, according to a correspotnt . of the New Mexican, tjiat stp-. preciation in the price of property has already begun. It is not a sudden bDom, but a natural growth that always followa.in the wake of the erection of good institutions of learning. For the average American home Sieker next to gaining a livelihood, a nice school house is tha chief at traction which will decide the location of hishoai;?. New Mex ico citiei that desire to grow should take that to heart. New Mexican. Subscribe for The Cmíkvta, 1 yr-itr.