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DR. SWISHER Vi (('radiinti- t.f Hie University of New York t-ity, l6, ami lortnor u. r. Examining Surgeon.) Socorro, - New iléxico. )R. C. G. DUNCAN, PHYSICIAN AND STTROF.ON. Office east side Plaza. Socorro, - - New Mexico. J KOKNIT55KR, PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON. Socorro, - - New Mexico. )K. M. A. SAYMCR, D.D.S., D;:ntai. Sckoi.on. Office over post-office. Socorro, - - New Mexico. j IS. KITTEELL, Diíntist. Offices Socorro, Aboyta lilock; San Marcial, Harvey House. M. DOUGHERTY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. JAMES G. FITCH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Terry Ulock. Socorro, - - New Mexico. jU'E(10 DACA, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. JEEMAN & CAMERON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Carlsbad, - - New Mexico. "y II. WINTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, - - New Mexico. yy B. CIIILDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, - New Mexico. H. CHAMBON DEALER IN General a Merchandise SOCORRO, - N. M. Ü. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR. CHARLES E. CHESTER, C. E. Kavi'.K City, N. M. Surveys for piten. Underground mine surveys anil engineering work of any kind promptly attended to. Irri gation work a .specially. RELIABLE ASSAYS. ;u'd...$ .50 I c;,M and Silver... $ .75 Load.. .0 I Guid, silver, copper 1.50 Sample, by mail receive prompt attention. Rich Ores and Bullion Bought; OGDEN ASSAY CO. 424 1 6 St.. Denver, Colo. E. E. BURL1NGAME & CO., ASSAY OFFICE -SfíaSSÍinv EtUblUbedla Colontdo.1866. 8mp1ea by mall or express will receive prompt and careful attention Cold iSllier Bullion v"wHVSr Concentration Tests 100 f.'". J". I736-IT3S Lawra St.. Ueavar, Colo. .NOTICE. I the undersigned hereby give notice that no person or persons .shall be authorized or empowered to handle or take into his or their care or possession any sheen be longing to me. A part of my sheep are marked in the right eyr thus (JX3 and the rest hear ear marks thus: right ear r) left ear. Ei.isko Sanciikz, Magdalena N. M. Y' BO YEARS' v; 'r EXPERIENCE i mm r Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac 'mo Anrnna svndlna a sketch and 1arrtiHtm sua quickly ruiiii our opinion fro wtitlir ao ilivmtllitil Is probably Ui entable. Omiinunli- tioniBirictly eoiiOtleiitlrU. liamltmok on I'attmUl float iree. Olduat MfuiH-f fur Mouiiny pttUHiia. 1'Mttmia taken turouwh Mumi é. Cu. feuelva tpruü notice wtthtml clittrua. Lathe Scientific JlKierican. A hndmelr llhitratid wilr. I.nrirent dr. ilaooi of mif .i-itntiuo li'urujd. Turin.. KJ a furnr: Irnir mutitue, II. Bold bjil nw.d,.l.r. .iUN&Co.88'8 New York THE TIGUAN INDIANS Scientist Studying tho Tribo at Ysleta. HIS DISCOVERIES ij(u U (jJ)k, iM F Vt. WutiUifiau, u. c Will Throw Cortslilprnhlo Llht on lio Origin of tlif Ancient Races. Kriir. rwtlnir Drnil I.nnirtihjrp. Kcadcrsof Tun Ciiiei'Tain will remember that Doctor Eewkes of the Smithsonian Institute was recently in Socorro in pursuit of his studies of the history, lan guages and customs of the early Indians of New Mexico. The following interviews with Doctor Eewkes by a representative of the El Paso Herald will be of in. tercst: "My investigations among the Indians at Ysleta arc not )'et complete, and I shall return to that place in a few days to con tinue my studies of the Indians there and in that vicinity. I was there only ten days. My visit to Isleta is only incidental to my investigations ámong the Indians of the neighborhood of Albutpaerquc, New Mexico. While among the Indians of Ys leta and Socorro in New Mexico I learned that there were some located near El Paso who were descendants of some who had left the New Mesicosettlements years ago. "At Ysleta I found about twenty-five Indiana who carry on conversations in their original tongue and about twenty-five more who can understand it but can not converse in it. These are only the oldest inhabitants, the children speaking Spanish exclusively. "I also found that there sur vives among them many of the customs of the original tribe, more or less modified by present conditions. They still continue several of the old feast day dan ces. San Antonio is their patron and his day is still observed by a dance. This is about the 13th of June. The dance is perform ed in front of the church. On Christmas times they have a masked dance, this being a sur vival of their life years ago, when these masked dances were frequent occurences. "The Indians at Ysleta be long to the Tiguan tribe, the ancestors of whom lived not far from Isleta, N. M., where many ruins exist at the present day. The small number here who yet speak the original language speak the same language as those at Ysleta, N. M., who yet speak the language of their an cestors. This language will be come extinct when the old In dians now speaking it die, be cause, not appreciating the value of teaching it to their children, they allow the younger ones to grow up with no knowledge of it whatever. "I made a vocabulary of words of the original language of the Tiguans. Of course this is not complete for I have not had time yet, but is sufficient to compare with those I have from the lan guage used by the Indians of Ysleta, N. M., and determine any little differences that may exist. "The Tiguan Indians have al ways been law abiding, unwar like and peaceable agriculturists and they still keep up an organ ization, having their own gov ernment and electing their own officers. On our new year they have an election in which a gov ernor, a lieutenant-governor and other officials are elected. They have one official, called the Caci que, who holds office for life and who is the chief officer. All those claiming to be Indians have signed a paper agreeing to con form to the laws which these officials administer. Each officer carries a cane which is his badge of office. "Just beyond Ysleta is a little town called Socorro. Notice how they retained the names of their old home towns. There used tq be a tribe living at this Socorro, but it is extinct with the excep tion of two or three old ones. This tribe spoke a language call ed Piros, which is the same as that spoken by the Indians at So corro, New Mexico. The Piros tribe is distinct from the Ti guans. I understand that quite a number of old ones who speak the Piros language are living just across the river from Socor ro, this county, ata place called Senecu, where there once existed quite a pueblo of the Piros In dians. I have not been there yet, but intend to visit that place when I go down to Ysleta and Socorro again. "I have a map made in 1742 which shows that no less than six different Indian pueblos then existed in the neighborhood of what is now the city of El Paso and that at lesst four different languages were spoken by the Indians living in them. Now what I want to do is to get at all that is left of those old laguages. I already have a pretty good idea of the Tiguan language, but as yet have no words at all from the Piros language or any others that were probably spoken in this section up until compara tively few years ago. "I found no ruins here at all. The homes of the Indians in this county were probably built en tirely of adobe and the rains of many years have melted them down. But at Isleta and Socor ro, New Mexico, a great many ruins exist because stone was used to a large extent in build ing the houses there, and of course the stones are still there. However, at Socorro, this coun ty, there are a few houses stand ing, some of which may be a hundred years old, while some I know are at least sixty. These are constructed mainly of sticks standing vertically, as you have probably noticed in some of the jacals along the river in this city. "I don't think that the Tiguans or Piros were as good pottery makers as the Indians of western New Mexico and of Arizona, though as yet no excavations have been made to my knowledge to determine whether of not they made pottery. I have been in this service ten years, most of which time I have been in Ari zona where many excavations have been made and where I superin tended a great deal of the work and everybody in this country knows something about the many relics of the aborigines which have been found there. "It has been more than forty years since the Indians of this county were often attacked by roving bandsof Apaches, Kiowas and other tribes and their crops destroyed and people killed. Every night the peaceable In dians would collect their wives and children in the old church, which stands, and they would stand on guard outside while their families slept. They re membered the depredations of the roving Indians and when the white men came into this section they joined them in driving out the red enemy. "What caused the Indians to come here from New Mexico I can not say for a certainty, but I think it probable that their com ing was a result of an uprising of the Indians about Albuquerque against the Spaniards. The Spaniards were driven out and brought with them some of the inhabitants of the pueblos who were friendly to them. I think it probable that those who locat ed in this county were friendly to the Spaniards and the Span iards gave them lands upon which to establish their pueblos. That was about the year 1680 and the first documentary history we have in regard to the old church at Ysleta is dated 1692. "The Indians themselves have no traditions concerning the com ing of their ancestors to this sec tion, but they know that they did come from Ysleta and Socor ro, New Mexico. As I dig deep er into the history of these In dians I hope I will find some thing that will give us an jn- Fa n anrTtveit hnve no liect a himfM trpntcd with Kurvka Mar r.s (Ml. It re ; ihe rtpp, . M hamrvs aol looking like nf, luí! wear twir a long by iha N ol ktlrrka Harness UiU $ Sold erer where in can' II Made by Standard Oil Company Wf- sight to the dates and causes of their coming that will not be just guess work. I can't give much time to studying these In dians this year, as I must be back in Washington this month, but I expect to come again and learn more about these interest ing Indians. "I understand that I am the first man in the employ of the government to visit the Indians of this county to make research es. Ah(ouik1!ii; DUeovcrr. 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Ya. For sale by W. M. Borrowdale, Magdalena; A. E. Howell, Socorro. IVeobj terlitn Se rv I ees. Rev. Doctor Thompson of Al buquerque will conduct services in the Presbyterian church of this city on Sunday, November 17. Everybody is invited to be present. A snap. A 7 room house and 3 acres of land two blocks from the court house all set in fruit trees. Apply to J j J. Leesou. No need of sending off for hol iday goods, as Leeson's stock will embrace all that can be de sired by old or young. Keep Your Bowels Strong. Constipation or diarrhoea when your bowels are out of order. Cas carets Candy Cathartic will nuke them act naturally. Genuine tablets tumped C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. All druggists, ipc. tlt'(f if Sale. Territory of New Mexico, County of Socorro. In the District Court. Manclell Brothers atx) Com- party, plaintiffs. . . . vs. No. 3J21. t-imiip Hach, Jr., and Mary B. Henderson, defendants. I Notice is hereby tfiven that tindery and by virtue of a final tlecrce of tH , District Court for the County of Sier ro, rendered in the alxive entitleitcause on the 16th day of SeptentU, 1901, the undersigned special master named in said decree, will on Vednesdav.the 27th day of November, l'xil, a it 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, af. the front door of the court house tnj the City of Socorro, New Mexico, offer for sale and sell to the highest aud best bidder for cash, all the right, title and interest of Phillip Ilach, Jr., in and to tile following mines, mining claims and mill-Kites, situated in the Coottey Mining District, in the County of Socorro, Nuw Mexico, to-wit: a one--third undivided interés in the. "Moose" mine, the "Iron Crown" mine, "The Iron liar" mine, the "Iron. Cross" mine and the "Iron Cross" and "Iron Crown" mill-sites, as said mine and mill-sites are designated -and de scribed in the location notices thereof, of record in the office of the Probate: Clerk and ex-ofticio Kecorder for aaid) County of Socorro, New Mexico, for the purM)su of satisfying, paying off and discharging a lien upon the aaiOl one-third itilerest of the said Phillip; Ilach, Jr., in and to said mining prop erty, created by said decree aforesaid, on a judgment in favor of the plain-, tiffs, Mandell Brothers & Company, for the sum of fourteen hundred and, sixty-four and 34-100 dbllatnt (1464.34) together with interest thereon from the 9th. day of May, A. D. 1895, and costa of suit. E. L. Mkdi.f.b, Special Maater, Dated this the 23rd day of ( ctoter, 1901, Notice, Notice is hereby giren that my wife,, Josefina liuo tk; I-'raisHjiiet, has left, my home witlumt cause and against my wishes, and that from this date I will not be responsible for any debts, she may contract. 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