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THE ÜHI 1"" "íTrTri A TTTT" the chieftainjob rooms. " Hj jH 1 xJ cqmplete1ñÍvery respect FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED. VOL. i9 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1901 NO. 44 'j Fon rent, $17.00 7 room, modern brick residence in first-class condi-l tion, repair &c. $10.00 5 room, modern adobe cottage, Fischer avc $5.003 room, adobe house, tin roof. ' . $10.00 8 room adobe, shingle roof, city water. FUKKISHED. $15.00 5 room, frame cottage, furnished, Fischer ave. 515.007 room adobe, shingle roof, porch, stable, chicken house and yard, garden, fruit, shade, abundantly and well furnished, city water. FOI1 SALE. $1000 50 head of dairy cows and young stock. $500 3 acres, cor. McCutchen Fark aves., old house. $90.00 3 room house, new, in good repair, 5 lots, fenced. $100 10 acres bottom land, under ditch, 3-4 mile from postoflice Socorro. $600 5 acres, house, barn, fruit, well and wind mill, city water etc., close in. $300.00 3 room, adobe house, 2 rooms new, tar roof, 2 acres, fenced, fruit, shade trees, stable, city water. $350 40 acres, more or less, bot tom land, fenced, under ditch, one mile from Socorro county court house. - $S00 250 acres, more or less, bot tom land, private ditch, cultiva tion and native grass, three miles from Socorro. $2,200100 acres bottom land, under ditch, fenced and cross fenced, alfalfa pasture plain land, one mile from Socorro postoffice. $350 160 acres, patented stock ranch, never tailing water, toot hills rsan Mateo moun tains, good cattle, horse, sheep or goat ranch. SI. 200 Modern cottacre, brick finish, repair as good as new beautifully furnished, two porches, large and handsome grounds, tin roof, city water and well, nicely lurnislieu throughout, line piano. $1500 7 room, adobe dwelling, shingle and iron roof, city water in house and grounds, house well and substantially furnished, including one grand square Emerson piano, 3 acres, 315 fancy assorted fruit trees in bearing, 228 fancy assorted irrape vines in bearing, 25 ornamental trees, shade trees, shrubs, bulbs, roses, straw berries etc., close in. .$7,500 paid net $2,500 in 1890, SO acres 9 miles from county seat, )i mile to post office, one mile to station, including acres prunes, 7 acres peaches, f acres apples, plums &c, all in bearing. 35 acres alfalfa, all fenced and cross-fenced Good home, large barn and out buildings, best of soil, no alkali, good water right on one of the best of acequias; steam pump with abundance of water ; c : i - .. ,11 111 case ui iieceMiy. n sun all or part, will take part trade, stock 01 goods, live stock xc Also 100 acres adjoining the above will be sold if desired. $150030 acres, more or less bot torn land, 5 acres above acequia with first class well, wind mill pump; horse power pump large rock cement tank, 4 room new adobe. 2 room old adobe house, well and hand pump new corral, stable and hay barn, chicken house, bee house wagon shed, 350 assorted fruit trees mostly lien Davis apples set out live years, 1000 grape vines and about 2000 sprouts balance of land is below acequia t much of it adapted to growing grass, ha1, alfalfa without cost of irrigation, all fenced with three and four wires, 2 native mares, 2 American mules, 2 sets double harness, tarm wagon mowing machine, horse rake plow and all other implements and tools on the place. Fatcnted ranches and mining property for sale, lease and bond Jnquire tor particulars. HARRIS A. SMITH, A fine grand square piano can be bought cheap. Apply to T. J. OUR FREE Reading Rooms. DAILY PAPERS ON FILE. New York Herald Chicago Timcs-IIerald St. Louis Globe-Democrat San Francisco Examiner Denver Republican Galveston News WEEKLY PAPERS ON FILE. Scientific American Harpers' Weekly Mining Journal Sporting News Folice Gazette -ALSO- All Local and Territorial Fapcrs. Free to the patrons of the house. Q. B1AVA5CHI. THE YERY LATEST. News Items of (Jeneral Interest fulled from Tills Morning's Dispatches. The Standard Oil company has paid dividends amounting to $43,- 000,000 during the current year. The Northern Securities com pany was incorporated Wednes day in New Jersey with a capital of $400,000,000. There was a heavy fall of snow in northern New lork ihursday. t Malone the drifts were live or six feet deep. As a result of the recent elec tion in New York it is estimated that Tammany lost patronage to the amount of $48,000,000. The Schley court of inquiry is now holding two sessions daily instead of one, on account 01 the universal desire to have the find ings presented at the earliest possible date. Rural free delivery will reach every farm in the Ünited States within live years. Strange as it may seem, that arrangement will reduce instead of increase the government's annual postal de ficit. Andrew Carnegie has donated $2.000,000 for the founding of a polytechnical school in Pitts burg, Fa. This sum with Mr. Carnegie's further support will insure one of the finest schools of the kind in the world. Utah suffered an earthquake Wednesday night. At Beaver, where the shock seemed to be severest, the Mormon church, the court house, and the Beaver acad emy were badly damaged. No fatalities were reported. There are 8,000,000 men inter ted in the live stock business in the United States. 'They own 50,602,414 cattle, 15,620,551 horses and mules, and 50,203,000 sheep, all valued at the incom prehensible sura OI 54,5o5,o27,37o. Oklahoma's fight for statehood is becoming somewhat complicat ed. The business men of the ter ritory want Oklahoma and Indian Territory united and admitted as a single state, while the poli ticians are in favor of separate statehood. Yesterday and the day before the British Isles were swept by the fiercest storm and gale for many years. At Yarmouth a lifeboat and eleven of its crew were lost while trying to rescue a distressed vessel. Innumerable minor casualties arc reported. President Roosevelt announced Thursday that he would adhere strictly to the rules of civil ser vice in making civil appoint ments for the insular possessions. He was emphatic in his assertion that no such appointments would be dictated by political considera tions alone. Miss Ellen M. Stone, the Bos ton missionary recently captured by Bulgarian brigands, is now said to be confined in a hut of a village in southern Bulgaria. There is a probability that the ransom of $100,000 demanded for her release will be so reduced as to come within the sum already raised for that purpose. Abran Abcyta, collector of So corro county, has this week re mitted to Territorial Treasurer I J. H. Vaughn $488,15 of 1400 1 taxes. ThanktÍTÍiir Proclamation. In accordance with the annual custom, the President has issued his proclamation setting apart i and designating Nov. 28th as a day of general Thanksgiving. Now, therefore, I earnestly re quest that on Thursday, Nov. 28th, the citizensof Socorro shall refrain from their business pur suits and attend their several places of worship, and there offer up thanks to the Giver of all good for the manifold blessings accorded during the year in boun tiful crops and plenteous rains, providing bounteously for the present and giving brightest hopes for the future. We recom mend that in offering thanks to the Almighty God, who ha the future of our Republic in his keeping, we shall not forget the needs of those whom misfortune may have placed in a position to require our charitable assistance. M. Cooney, Mayor. A Peculiar Accident. The baby in the family of Her man Blanchard, now domiciled in a cottage on California avenue, met with a peculiar mishap Saturday that came very near proving fatal. One of the larger children placed the little one on a large pillow on the bed. When left to itself the child rolled off the pillow onto the bed face down ward in such a way that it could not breathe. A few minutes later it was found to all appear anees dead from strangulation The mother took it in her arms and rushed across the street to a neighbor's for help. It required long continued and persistent ef forts to restore life to the child, but when Doctor Duncan left it in the evening it was apparently as well as ever. (0MPAY STRANDED. IMack Range Notes. The Range has for two weeks been having heavy rains and some snow. General Vance has a force of men at work on the Readjust- er sinking ana timbering a double compartment shaft. F. II. Winston & Co's teams are hauliug ore for the Mine De velopment company from the New Era mine to Magdalena for shipment. The mine has a line stope of bornite ore. Property owners are looking alter assessments closer this year than ever before with the differ ence that the work is now being done with a view to the permanent development of the property in stead of to mere compliance with the law. Arrested for Mail Kolifoerr. Deputy Sheriff W. K. Foster arrested Martine Doramie at Magdalena Monday for robbery of the United States Mail and de livered him into the custody of Deputy U. S. Marshall Hall. Mr. Foster, who is deputy sher iff not only for Socorro county but also for Graham and Gila counties, Arizona, has made sev eral important arrests out west of late and it is pretty well known that when he goes after a man he gets him. He and his family have recently taken up their abode in Magdalena. F.xumliiation for Teachers. In compliance with the terri torial law requiring the county superintendent and board of ex aminers of each county to hold an examination for teachers on the last Friday of November, such an examination will be commenc ed at the high school building in the city of Socorro Friday, No vember 29, at 10 o'clock a. m. All who wish to apply for teach ers' certificates are requested to present themselves at that time. By order of Er.FEc.o Baca, Superintendent. Manon ic. There will be a regular convo cation of Socorro Chapter No. 8, R. A. M., Tuesday evening, No vember 19. By order. Wm. Dhiscoll, High Priest. C. G. Duncan, Sec. The Magic Mirror. The ladies of the Episcopal guild will give The Magic Mir ror with other attractions on the evening of December 6. They promise n pleasant evening. "Ronnoke" Company Stranded nt F.I Paso lij Their Mnnnger. The "Roanoke" company, which played at the opera house Saturday night and was to have gone to Silver City Sunday night, has been up. against the real tiling in El Paso. Manager French of the com pany left them at Albuquerque to go to Los Angeles, where he went to attend to business matters. He left Captain McLeod to act as manager during his absence. Saturday night after the per formance the captain thought to have a small time around town and went out with some of the boys. After getting on the out side of a sufficient amount of booze to set the wheels in his head to rolling he decided to roll another sort of wheel, roulette for instance. He got the wheel to work all right and before morning about $00 was gone to the bail and the company com pelled to remain here until' mon ey was telegraphed them from Los Angeles. It came last night and the company left for Albu querque El Paso Herald. Roy Crawford's Comedy compa ny will entertain the people of So corro two nights, Friday and Saturday, November 22 and 23. The opening bill is "Zig Zag- ged, a three act comedy. Satur day night, "Muldoon's Picnic' Both comedies are up to date, with the latest songs and dances, merry music, and handsome girls. See the big act Soto and Ma dama Sunetaro, the Japs magic ians, the world's wonder workers. Night prices, 50 and 75 cents. Saturday afternoon matinee at 2 o'clock. Prices, 35 cents. Seats now on sale at A. E. Howell's drug store. J. B. Squires of Philadelphia arrived in Socorro from Denver Wednesday on schedule time and was warmly greeted by his many friends in the city. Mr. Squires relates a remarkable incident that occured in a Denver theater shortly before his departure from that city. A gentleman who oc cupied a chair in the bald headed row at the theater took out his false teeth, which were not a comfortable fit, and placed them on the chair beside him. In his admiration of the agility of the ballet girls he so far forgot him self as to sit upon the teeth and they bit him. New Cases Docketed. The following new cases arc filed in the office of the district clerk: John E. Coffey vs. William S. Smith, possession of land and damages; Floriana Trujillo dc Lopez vs. Juan Lopez, divorce; S. G. Ilanna & Co. vs. C. T. Flint and Laura Flint, account; Daniel II. Bailey vs. Elizaleth Jane May Bailey, divorce; Lucy E. Golden vs. rred 11. Golden, divorce. Thanksgiving Hall. The Rathbone Sisters will give a Thanksgiving ball in the K. of P. hall Wednesday night, No vember 27. Refreshments con sisting of coffee and sandwiches or chocolate and cake will be served at 15 cents for each per son. General admission to the dance, $1.00. Everybody is urged to come. Dissolution of Partnership. To all whom it may concern: The partnership existing under the firm name of Coouey & Ful lerton has been dissolved by mutual consent. All bills due have been settled. (.'utlerres-Montoja. Eloi Gutierres and Miss Pab lita Montoya unite their hearts, hands, and fortunes in the holy bonds of wedlock today in the Catholic church at Polvadera. OF HOME INTEREST. -9 . J. E. Rederich registered at the Windsor yesterday. Fresh nuts of all kinds just re ceived at Katzenstein's. L. R. BalKrnk of Kelly was a visitor in town Tuesday. A fine line of perfumery just received at Katzenstein's. Attorney Jas. G. Fitch return ed this morning from a business trip to Las Cruces. James W. Medley of Dor Spring was a guest of landlord Dunncgan Monday. Doctor Swisher was summoned to Carthage Wednesday night to amputate a crushed hand. The W. B. Westlakc place south of the railroad is for sale cheap. Call at the house for terms. F. Blackington and Abevtia have joined the Sheriff C. A. C improvement brigade and vastly bettered the appearance of their residences with a coat of red paint. Rev. Gilchrist and son of Las Vegas arrived in town overland this morning and will remain until Monday before proceeding southward. Socorro hose' company No 1 had a meeting Thursday evening at which it was agreed to give a dance Newvear s eve. Cole Railston, manager for the Red River cattle company, was at the Windsor Wednesday. Chas. Blanchard, son of Her man Blanchard of Water Cañón, registered at the school of mines Monday. A. S. Potter came down from Magdalena Wednesday to look after his business interests in this city. Mayor M. Cooney left this morning for a trip to the San Mateo mountains for an absence of a week. Don Matias Contrcras of the board of county commissioners was greeting his friends in this city Thursday. Abran Abeyta's business block on the west side of the plaza is vastly improved in appearance by its new coat of red paint. John Hunter returned to his home in this city Wednesday from a weeks surveying trip about thirty miles west of San Marcial. Both passenger trains were several hours late yesterday morning on account of a wash out where the road crosses the Rio Puerco. Mrs. Hcnrictte Billing of Cin cinnati was in the city Tuesday on her way home from a visit to her mining properties in the Kelly camp. II. M. Dougherty and F. G. Bartlett took a hunting trip up the river Tuesday. On their re turn they reported two ducks "killed dead." Mr. and Mrs. McCabe, recently of Magdalena, now occupy the house in the western part of town which they have purchased of C. C. Johnson. United States Deputy Marshal Fred Fornoff made a brief visit in town ihursilay. Mr. rorn- off's "curve of prosperity" con tinues to expand. Thursday morning's sun shone upon the Magdalena mountains covered with a heavy coating ot snow. The scene from Socorro was a beautiful one. There is good authority for the statement that the November term of court in Socorro county will consist simulv in a three days session of the United States court. For sale: One Smith-Premier typewriter, stand and extras; one flat top desk; one cylinder desk; one bookcase; one iron safe; other office furniture. Apply to J. 1'. Chase. J. W. Cox and wife of Datil were guests in the city Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. Cox re- iorted stock on the ranges in the vicinity of Datil in excellent con dition. There was some sort of a fra cas on Manzanares avenue Sun day which resulted in the pay mcnt of a fine of $5.00 and trim tilings by one of the parties to the argument. On the list of the auxiliary to the McKinley memorial associa tion recently appointed by Gov ernor Otero are the names of Hon. Hon. Sol Luna arrived in town today on the Magdalena train from his sheen ranges in the western part of the county. Mr. Luna reports stock conditions ex ccllent on his ranges. Arthur Abcrnathy, -son of Dr. II. J. Abcrnathy, formerly of this city, now of El' Paso, entered the school of mines Wednesday for special work in the laboratory. John F. Fullertou.was in town Wednesday from his ranch west of Magdalena. Mr. Fullcrton's instinct must have been at fault that time, for there was no dance in town that night. He report ed stock in the vicinity of Pat terson in excellent condition. F. Fischer made his wife a present of an elegant sideboard Saturday in honor of her birth day. The present took Mrs. Fischer completely by surprise and it was a question whether she or her husband derived the more pleasure from the occasion. Capt. T. J. Matthews is au thority for the statement that he has leased the Armijo block on the east side of the plaza for a term of five years and will de vote the upper part of the build ing to "hotel purposes and the lower part to saloon and other business purposes. A. B. Richmond returned to Socorro the first of the week from a ten days absence. It is reported that Mr. Richmond and family contemplate leaving Socorro soon, a fact which is greatly rer gretted by the many warm friends they have made during their res. idence in the city. E. A. Clemens, secretary of th cattle and horse protective asso ciation, is in the city today. Mr. Clemens reports three re markably heavy rainsrecently pn the ranjres west of Matrdalena. It is a question, Mr. Clemenssays, whether such rains at this-scason are really beneficial. Capt. A. B. Fitch, was in the city Thursday to attend a meet ing of the board of trustees of the school of mines. The Cap tain reported that the: Heavy fall of snow Wednesdays niirht ex tended down the mountains to the altitude of Kelly and that be low that altitude theré was a heavy rain. In the mention of hose who sang at the entertainment at the Episcopal church last week the name ot JMrs. A. Is. Kichmond was omitted by one of those un fortunate oversights whica seem to be unavoidable in a newspa-per office. The singing referred to was much enjoyed by all present. Mrs. Richmond s as much as any. Miss EmmaC. Conner, acharm- mg young lady from Philadel phia who had spent several months in Socorro and vicinity. lelt the city yesterday for her home by way of El Paso and New Orleans. Miss Conner left many warm friends in Socorro, who will give her a most cordial welcome should she see fit to re turn at any time. It was sad news to the many Socorro county friends of Sheriff and Mrs. Cipriano Baca of Dent ing to learn that their little daughter Eva passed away Mon day after a long and painful illness. Little Eva was a pretty, bright child two years of age. She was the second that Mr. and Mrs. Baca have lost recently. Such afflictions arouse the keen-: est sympathy. It is reported that Frank F, Smith, the prosperous stockman of the vicinity of Monticello whe is well and favorably known in, Socorro, has purchased Mrs, Dixie E. (Juinlan's property iri the western part of the city and that he and his estimable wife will soon come to Socorro tq make the property their residence. Report further says that Mrs. Quiulau will go to Silver City to reside. Roy Crawford's Comedy Com? pany will open for a two nights performance commencing Friday, November 22, at the Garcia opera house. This company will give the patrons of the theater two of the best comedies that will come here this season. The opening bill will be "Zig Zagged" in three acts, and Vaudeville between the acts. For Saturday night, "Muir doon's Picnic." Both of these plays are bright and full of fun. Seats now on sale at A. E. How ell's drug store. Night prices, 5Q and 75 cents. Saturday afterr noon matinee at 2 o'clock. Prices 35 cents. Furnished room to let. Apply at Tm CniEfTMN' offiVe, \n\n TIIE3 CHIf2FTAIN. ;ilullt'nn l til tliiwn. PPTtttcd ta th huí Intcrcm itf Socorro. Socorro county ni (he Tcrritcrj In jjcniTKl. (tve B.H thf Min ing nova of tilia irrcut mlncrAl trctlun. Socorro, N; M Dan'l II. McMillan and Abran Abeyta of Socorro.