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Jola A. IcliUitstbe.
Kditor and Proprietor.
IATBS of srBSCKirriOH.
One yr, $9
Su nía,, , I
Tkrac Mouth fto
tti'tnlar Arf.la SI r hx h. r Mnnlb.
I.or.1 Kollrra le eta rr line rack Inarrtlon.
M .11. Bellomy....
A. A. Barnes
V. C. Norl
Julian J. Trujilk). .
Frank H. Lea
. ...La Vrffaa
red at tfc Suro pot'oftt a. rtXMl-lat
What Should be Done?
t. rróf. "aar bmx'wmincr, U. 8. com
uiiaaioner for New Mexico, to the New
Orleans World's Kxpoxition, favored
us with a call thi'wt-uk, and the Jitniícd
acquaintance thu made, has convinced
us that he is the riht man intberiht
place, and that he i iu every way emi
nently qualified for the biti position
of honor which he unw fills, and is en-
"titled to the fall confidence and ropect
HúJ1im been h-pohed in him by bis
appointiuent. He is a man of untiring
cuerpy, and is icaloiis in the, good
work of having New Mexico fully rep
resented a it hdiiulJ bo at the great
exposiiioD. Vhle it is true , that it
wHl'cont tbe 'peeple unicthing to be
properly rcpreKrtited, jet they ctinaot
afford to loae so great sn opportunity,
and let It' pass without nn effort. Let
the stock men, miners, agriculturists
and the bunio n men generally, and
all those who have the best interests
of the Territory at heart nnite and
work shonldcr to ulnmlder in aiding
our worthy comiui.'iinier, in getting
up a repreacutatiou of our indiiNtriea
and various resources that New Mexico
runy be proud of.
The people of I lie Territory should dis
reyard the jealous earnings of envious
Sorelnwdn, aud b't them howl ou un
heeded in their ligony and disapoint
xucat -until 'Ulouuás, iy.n Iet the
great iuiui of the peoplo who have in
terest at nuke, and desire their Terri
tory hi take tn advanced stand along
side of tliu oiht'r Sl.des and Territoriea
now ítxn'tíiií to take the lead in the
'ftrenf Wófk, wholly ignore the anurls of
dHcooU:ut which cuiiuta fr.un viciou
political tiicUtchi) or mbtidiacd acw
pujeis, and render all needed asmst
anccto the cotuiiiinHiuavr in the, great
'uíidertukío. Nothing can succeed
without nn cfTiirt, uuil in a matter of
such riitil iuip'rt.uic)!, one and all should
'como to tho fire and assist the 'proper
authorities in making an exhibit that
we Deed not be ashamed of. and the
eiulf oi dr labors will astfnlsb, the
millions HKHcuibled from all parts of the
world. The natural ronourcc of New
Meiicd if properfy represented will
place her in the Jront rank, as reganU
many of the most important ;prodncta,
and it would be a suicide policy, for tin
to neglect to attract millions of capital
to our niidnt. when it now lies within
our jower to do to. The cranky leg
iitlature neglected to heed the demand
of the people, and Appropriate a reason
'nhtu'amouut to help defray the expen
" he of Ihe Territorial exhibit, aud it now
rests with the couutj authorities, and
the pcoplo at l.u-ge U, o,oc forward jad
render the required Msjanee jWill
the county an (hbrit íes be aa recreant
, to thir trust as was the luto legislature,
or will they give ear to the appeal of
the people and unppfy sufücioat means
to aeit íher rfopective counties in
making an exhibit worthy of them?
Two or three coutii.es, notably Grant,
bare already made ample provision,
and the others ihuuld immediately do
likewise, a the time for delay has pass
ed We U üeve that tho commisnion-
ers of Socorn county, whp hare proved J
themauWes enterprising and faithful
offic m, ever alive to the beat interests
ol their conxtUnteiicy, will not be out
done by any county iu the Territory
and will make an appropriation ample
to ' meet all requirements. Socorro,
which, baa taken tbe j ad iu all exhibi
tion wherever represented, and whose
ditlByshftVe be u tho pride not onlj
fo the cíííjíwjs of the oonnty, bat of the
estire Territory will be looked to by
ber tisier counties, to sgain take the
lead by making in exhibit sueli a she
is capable of, one that will be an honor
to the Territory, aud that will prove to
the world that we are in the niidat"1 of
th richest mineral country on tbie con
tinent, and at the same time demon
strate that Iwr agricultural áud stock
ruwiug (aqMibilities are on a par rith
thoe ef any part of tbe world. Such
au exhibit e can make, nJ aa it is ex-
. pecti o uklek ns take holj of the
. . r a i i . . . . .
exutlir, tut tfie,aalt.bilties''anJ people
v work in utiuon and with a vim, aod
ÍAir eplu will be benefitted huodretl
f ! 1 for 4be time aiid tij-euw iucurrcd.
Wíiril'nr niu'me ftr i (frt fl.if
and Lincoln fertile aocond, if poiMc,
If Dot, then w ere fur Lincoln fur the
first place, first last ami all the time.
Jerry HivkraJU' liaa been suucsted
asonenfthe probable caadidntc for
the office of sheriff of Lineólo countyi
Ha is cuiinentl y qualified for ih pohi
tion, nnj no better, man erar lived since
the day of Adany tbnn Jerry, anil if
nominated he Worth! he elected by n
A "bar l" bring one of the tuoat ea-
sential clcmeuts in a Dcirlocratie cam.
paign, it looks now a though old uncle
Sammy Tilden is tu be led to tbeldaugh
ter once more. The P.-mocratic lendrra
are alio dealing out "taffy" to Kill Eng
lish. Mucho dinero is generally con
sidered one of tile moat mailable qual
ifications for office in that party. -
Prof. Longuemare is very busy get-
tiug out the June nnrubcr of the Bul
lion, which will be out on time aa as
nal. The Bullion is strictly a legiti
mate mining journal, and is the best
publication of tbe kind in the West.
It has been one of the principal ele
ments in the advancement aud progress
of mining in Socorro county, and de
serves theauunuiuiou mpport of tbe
pcoplo. ' "
i .1 . .i ii . 1
Col. P. A. Blake, Alternate Com
missioner to the World's, Exhibi
tion, has recently received a private
letter from General Director, Burk, of
the Exposition, together with a pnek
ago of dNintnt Retting forth the
aims and objects of the KxpoMtion,
which will be widely distributed, lie
will render the Commisnioner Frof.
Longhauimcr, all the asMstanee in his
power, and aid in every legitimate way
to make New Mexico's Exhibition a
The Honorable W. O. Bitch has held
the office of Secretary uf the Territory
of New Mexico for twelve years, dur
ing which time he officiated in the ca
pacity ot acting Governor twenty-six
mouth. . .His present term of office
expires with the month of June next.
He has been a fsithful officer, and
whether be retires or should bsbis
own BtKCObHor, so fur he has tilled tbe
office honorably with credit to himself
aud the people, and will retire without
a blemish upon his official character.
On last Monday morning, W. T. Mo
t'riiiglit, who has been tbe local as well
aS the life ;iti't light of tbn Sun for
some time, w.m informed by tho editor
of that paper that economy required a
dwirwe in the editorial force, hnd that
somebody must g. "Mac" was alxmt
all there. wiik left of the concern to
keep up its internal fires, ho that it
might continue to shine for the benefit
of the public. Mr. Mcf'reight diatiu
ffuUhcd himself iu the jutirimlinl io pro
fesión,' and made many friends for the
pnper as well as for himself while con
nected therewith, and wo Itenr uiiny ex
pressions of regret that he was compel
led tn (over his connection with the pa
per. He b ft for the North yesterday
morning, leaving many friends behind,
und the best wishes of Tub Chieftain
will follow him wherever he may roam.
In looking ever the territorial maps
we got tho impression somehow that
Albuquerque was located on tbe Rio
Orande, bat more recently we have
beeu readiag the papers published at
(hat place, and tied that we were mis
taken in oar idea of tbe geographical
situation, and find that said village
(judging from the papers,) is located
on a high plain somewhere ou the J or
nadó del Muerta "far from land or
water," and that the Rio Graude must
be at least 100 miles "each way" from
that place this summer. And further,
that some of the oldeet inhabitants pre
dict a dry time there for the last fe
weeks, and citixeos are now preparing
a reservoir, hoping to ''scoop" in a few
drop of water during the rainy season
for the benefit of the traveling public
who sre obliged to lay over there when
it is wet at Socorre which is oa the
. "To be or not to be" (bill,) is the
query which remains nusettled as to
tho capital appropriation ,by tbe late
lamented legislature.. Nearly all, the
newspapers of tbe Territory have been
more or lesa affected with convulsiona
over this subject, and have howled
theiuxijves hoarse iu their. prt-t
agiiiiibi Ibis iueasure, bat whab will be
the ultimate result is yet to be atn-u.
Foi tdfutely or unfortunately we acre
not in the jourualulio field when the
battle raged ro fiercely, and had we
been w don't thiuk' wo lliouU have
busjed- uiuy usudert oá tle sub
ject. Why! simply while we recog
nize the fa 'J that there was ao abaolute
ncMt 'for, it, etili we cannot see
, .- r sr " . ... . r
1 wherein tLi people will fbáe luack
I auythiuK by it in tbe long run. When
1 the great ooutmoowealth of NewaMex-
1 ico becomes a sovereign Ulc she will
renire half-million rnpitol buildinc j
and tbe people will Want it bruit at
Booorro. , Besides many other pul.lie , se the sni-erfluouss mount 01 water is eon -buildings
the state will ninli taoO.OOO eorned. Democrat.
insane asylum located In the moat sc
eluded Kpot in the State, and that place
.inprolhly l at Snnt. Fe above the
'.' ... lmi ' e .i.. ri.
ancient Villana of Aibuqocrque,
proposed capitol building can then be
utilised aad its inmuto can be farmed
out to Tom Catron mh beoebmen with
perfect tnfety. '-Time reuníales aft
thinga,"but it will probably never re
concile the action of J ndgc McCouiis or
th non est non compás Statesmen
from Socorro. - -'
The Law Revieers.
While the editor of thin pnpef baa
always been, anel is still friendly te the
Governor, aud while we know that
hi excellency has rendered much val
uable service to the people of the Tor
ñJ w thi,ik is nclU
of aoiuo errors, end one of bis greatest
official mistakes wts in making Lis se
lection and appointment ef the com
luuwieu to revise and compile tbe laws
of the Territory. Not that we have
any personal objections to the gentle
men who were favored, bnt we think
the Governor could have selected many
memlers of the bar more . eminently
qualified for the work, which is of so
asueli Importance Hurt 'it reqtliiei tbe
("kill and legal learning of the ablest
jnrift of the country. We do not
tl.ink that he made a mistake in "leav
ing Prince off and putting Green on" as
some of our contemporaries claim, but
he mad a mistake by not leaving there
both off. While Prince's revision was
better than none, yet there is not a re
spectable lawyer in the Territory but
what will say that it was a cheap John
botch, and sn abortion of the worst
character. Mr. Green is no doubt a
nice gentleman, a whale in polities in
bis precinct, and is probably capable of
gettiug up a circus porter in a goud
shape as any man in the country, yet all
these qualifications do not eminently fit
hi in for a position on the compiling
board. The other gttntlemen on the
board we tire not aequuinted with either
personally or by reputation, exerpt that
we have beeu informed by those who
do know them that they are net very
high lninitMn'cs in ilu) professional hor
iinn. There are many etnineut lawyers
in tbe Territory to select from for such
an itnportaut position who are able to
do the work n it should be done. For
instance, the Honorable T. li. Catron,
while he may have some personal po
litical enemies, nevertheless he is aman
Jireeliiiliehtly qualified for such Work.
He Ftands at the head of the bar in the
Territory, and is able to criticize as well
as establish precedent in law. Aud no
less prmuiui nt among the lit of able
lawyers are (he names of Fountain,
Childem, Brccdeu, Kynerson, Hewitt,
Wbitelaw, or Judge llagan of our own
city, aud many oi h rs wLoni we might
metuiou, who arc fur superior in tbe
profesan (othorc appointed. While
we admire a man who wiil etundby his
frund, jet our admiration ceases when
he consents to sacrifice the best interest
of the people to accommodate a friend
politically or otherwise. In this matter
nothing but ability, character aud the
best interest of the public at large
should have been considered..
Qpinioas of the Press.
We are in receipt of the initial num
ber of Helpbingstine's paper, Tin So
corro Chieftain. It is a Cue, healthy
looking sheet, and starts out in ita ex
istence with a liberal advertising pat
ronage, iadicitive of a wide awake busi
ness community. May success sttend
it, its patrons snd its editor. Lincoln
We sre in receipt of Vol. 1, No. 1, of
the Socorro ChuftaIH, edited by
John A. Helphingstine, our old-time
friend of years gone by. We extend
to Tub ChikitaIs a hearty welcome,
and wish for its editor and management
the fullest measure of success. - Mr.
Helphingstine has many warm friends
in Kauaas, whose best wishes will at
tend him wherever he may be. Law
rence) (Kas.) (aceite.
' Juat Like a Woman. .
'..When Mr. toney. tbe editor of
the Trinidad lteview passed through
here a few weeks since, she appeared to
be coa pletdy gon t on Soourro, and when
she Bubaequent'y published glowing
account of the merita'aod probabilities
of this place we were much flattered,
and felt sure that our gallant lilUe city
had made a "mash" pa the little lady.
Butob! dear, we now kuow ( that she
was only flirting" for ehe"iiua "smce
laviahrdjust as much affection upon
other points below here, aud bow . we
are all br -fee up. The greea-eved de
mon rankle la our souls, ' and wo feel
ure that had she not met so easny old
bachelors st Las Cruoee it would never
have been fli. I í
' ' " - - J
ÍH. WlTf4, Jwlr. K lha W.I nil
i axai ml Ihaaicua 014 an4 Sil Waulxt)
r Ola4 4 iptnirlfi, If jout wrck )
! f $ urn; ul i nial M guaaiM H5ti.-
Socorro, besides bein very dull, diíá
not occupy un enviable MtimtMi no fur
! now natural it is nr peopie wim in
rowning to try to pull in other after
a. ! i t " . . I '
fln" . '" ,v,om
is eltnned. from a ratter published hi a
town so desd snd buried so deep that
all tho high waters of the 11 io Grande
can never wash it to the nurfaee again.
The city of Socorro is .' high aad dry
and is the liveliest place in tbe Terri
tory. No part of it was overflowed ex
cept a low place beyond the depot
where a ditch was cut to run in floater
t i rOR SALE. . p -: f s '
Milch Cow and Heifera
Just received from Ve well-known
breeding firm ufjorl B- fíe try f
Co-, near Sedalia, Mo-, one car load
of three-fourths durham Milch
con s; one car of thorowjh breiand
high-grade Bulls; and one car of
high-grade Ife'ifers in calf to im
ported Fo'led Angus and Galloway
Bulls. For sale at reasonable
prices- 6. L- Brooks.
Wonderful Geological Chanfe.
Ten years ago yesterday the Itio
Grande was running through where the
principal part of the city is now located.
To-dar, while most of the other towns
in New Mexico bare more wetuese than
con be utilized. Allu utrque is eutirely
exempt therefrom. Democrat.
Land Ofllce at Las Cruces, X. M., May
Notice I hereby given that the follow
ing named settler lias filed notice of his
Intention to make flnnl pioof in support
of his claim, nuil that said proof will he
mule lie fore the Kegister and Receiver
at l as Cruces, N. M, on July tin, 1884.
l.Kwia R. Fisiikk on declaratory state
ment No. 1477 for lots 7 and 8 sec 4, and
lots 1, 3. 8 snd 4. see 9. tow'p 10 a r w.
He minies the following witnesses to
prove bis continuous resilience upon, and
cultivation of said land, vi.: Uro II Pur
morl. John .1 DhIcINIi, Julius M Kates
ami I. O Kxtes. all of Mucorro Co. N M
4-8 Jon.t It Mt Fie, Kef ister.
U. K. Laso Ornea. í
Las Cruces, N . M, May 2Tth, 1HW. J
Xotiec Is heieliy glVen tlist the fid
lowing mimed se: tiers have filed notice
of their intention to make (nal proof in
support ef their respective claims I m-fore
the Iteinster and Receiver of tlic l'. S.
Land Oltiee at Las Cruces, N. M., nn
July 12th, 1K81. viz:
JoíHAii T. Hi.fKT. on declaratory state
ment, .. ho;, lor the Cf.se t, n w j.
B e i nil t n e i. s v i, sec. 3S. tow i H s,
w. WitneMnes: I' W Vaughn, Charles
Roberts, T N Steel and James Vassar.all
of ocnrro Co.. IV M.
l'ATHit a V. Vaitok, on declaratory
statement. No. 1.12, for then i. sc, mid
" t. n e t, sec a-, tow p 8 . r a, w. it
licsm-s: t'hns Roberta. T N Steele. Jas
Vasfiir and Josiah T. lilunt, all of Hocor-
ro county, . M.
48 Jons R. Mt FlK. Renister,
U. S. Land üfficr, i
I.n. ('rucos. N. M., May 26th, 1884. J
Complaint havinr been enten-d at this
ofllce by John I. Hough again! William
1 rocker, who mmln tlmtier culture entry
No. 1U2. dated June lutb. 1HK). for the
iwi,iJ, aal 1, i i, K'C 211. tow'p
s, r ! w, wim a view to the cancella
tion of snitl entry, the contestant sllee
ing'lhal tbe naiil WiUiatn Trtaker Jias
never Bonatide declared his intention to
become a c tiren of the United .States;
tbat hi declaration was made for the
sole and only purpose of enabling biro to
tile upon and bold public laud of the U.
S.; that be, tbe said f rocker, now is, aud
always has been, a subject of tbe (jueen
of Great Britain aud Ireland, and an offi
cer In the army of raid Qneeh; aud that
he now draws a pension from tuid Queen.
In view to the foregolngallegatian you are
hereby summoned to appear at this ornee
on the Bin day of July. A. !.. 1881 at 10
n clock a. m.. tn respond and rurmsh tes
timony concerning said allegation.
John R. McFik,
47 . Register.
8 . . to
Jessie 1 J- Collins,"
Profess oaaL Barber. 1
AioKecpsF'.r.t Clas ).
North Hide Plaza.
j- j j-j a a j.j i
Lambe, uih and Soot. tiult .nil rtlul, aaU
kul4r. kudwasa at Ijfmil Ik Wloa'.
W K jau Mid a latea auitacot af I.
(ni wll pM ot diflcil dc.igut, la Sa
ratiuf aad cilmg cra aad bonlcn, aad alto a
lull lul f wlndo lbac wun.pAUnl roller. Wr
I w nil auy urkr Mi hdv uf any oi.Uli. l.tavilt
EV A: Blake,
Agent for the Fa'e of
Headquartefs at , the
Has on c Hand Several .Good ,,-Vetnn-
ble Banehfs and Mining Pme
pect for 8slc.
And property shoten to Purchasers
. RIO GRANDE LODGE, NO. 3
ii. or 1.
Meets every 1st ami 3rd Wednesday
night of the Month.
Oko. Vobmf.w, C. O.,
W. P. STor, V. C.
Hamvix 0. Mekk, K. of R. & S.
SOCORRO LODGE, NO. 9.
Staled Communications 2d Sc 3d Tues
W. E. Mar.iAftrt, W. M.
C. N. BbAcawMX, Sect'y
In the Stationary and news line,
Mngdaleua Stage & Mail Mine,
V. A. tioniyso v, Prop.
Middle Camp,.-.-. .'
South Camp ., .......
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SOTICr. oK P.IK F.MI-TI N HH(Mr.
U.sn kd Statks .asu Ofkick. í
Las Cruce. N. M. .May 1, 1881. f
X6lice Is hereby jriven that the follow
n named settlers have tiled notice of
Intention to inako timil proof on then re
spective claims before the Probate Clerk
of Socorro county. X. ... nt hisofticein
Socorro, sail I county mid Terrilorv, on the
2.1th day of June, A. Ii., 18H4. vü
SAMt'KL, WiLsov. on declaratory state
ment. No. Ó29, for the w. t. n. w. i. sec.
I, snd a. n. e. i, see W, tow'p ., r.
18 w. WitnessA's: A. M. I.ftis. W, I),
t iirruth. C. H. Martin snd Rob't J.
Ilitdiep, all of tiocorre Ci;. N. M. 1
A. M. J.okiim. on declaratory state
ment. No. 1246. for the s. e. i. sec. II. in
low'pft s. r. 20 w. YVitnrftsm: 8. Vll-
uni-- í,,L.Cru,., ". Martin and
Rob t J. Bishop. al 0f Socorro. Co.. N.
m. . . . . .-t..: .,2( .;.
W. I. ('Aimt TU, en declaratory stare
ment, No. 1247, for the a. w. . n. e. .
n. i, s. e. i, and s. e. J. s.e. J. sec. 17,
lVM.p4 ir ' ?' Witness: tí.mue)
Wilson. . M. Lortlh, C. B. Martin and
Robt. J. tíicbop, all of Socorro Co., N.
t B. Mahtin. on ileebiratorr state
ment. No. 1248, for the s. e. j.'s. e. j;
sec. 21, s. J s. w. t sec. 22 and n. . i n. w.
sec 27 tow'p 5 s.. r 20 w. Witnesses:
S. Wilson, A. M. Iritis. W. I). Carnilh
and Robt J. RUIiop. all of Sm orro Co..
JOHN it. .Men K.
MOSES BURK v ;
Keeps a Complete Stock of Groceries and
Miners Supplies; a'so a full line of Canned
Goods, Staple Groceries, Tobaooo, Cigars
te. (' : f.i .! , t..: !. !....
Delivers Croad st Residences
Fresh Pastry always on hand and all
orders Filled Promptly.
SOUTH SIDE: PLAZA - - SOCORRO, N. M.
S..BÜSSPlT.iT ; Jr.
Good stock, Coed Goods
is reserved fot
CASE & TWEED,
Yh Leatlh g
Of Socorro, N. M.
í " A. I Strauss,
WATCHMAKKR and : J KWELER,
AHDDIillHIK v ' '
Watches. Jewelry' etc; Musical Instruments.
Domestic and American No. T. aad Iwprov
d Sinter NttWiiitf Machine.
Vweh Kept rlrisj a fpeolaity '
Orders by Matt Promptly FUletWi t-
Southwest Cor. Plaza. Poxrro, New Mexico!
end CStssp ss the Chesp'st
Mus. II. A. KxiaiiT,
Milliner & Dressmaker
J)resmaking a specialty
Hu a Urge siuct of nw fowtt, 4 mnryxhmg
i autU up in di lll and aAH iKMk1
tyls at rfonsll prir. lSi at
ka4 M call and tttiaiM Matt- i
Store Next Door SoutU of lSstofnc.
Q. V ATOLO,
BOOTS & SHOES.
; . c Warr Oam, N. í.'.
Boots and Rlioes' Made to order aad a
tf-He Doj Mending For Kverybedy.
CALL AT THE
X. 10. Ü. 8. SALOON,
Opposite Maynard k Heasleya
ÍRÍHI . IMS, Prsj.
Xa One ikts Out Better Liquors
E. M. Pitcher & Co.
ItOTLERlA MANUFACTURERS OF
Ginger Ale. Soda
And Other Mineral Waters,
Manzanares Ave., Socorro, V. M.
WINES, LIQUORS AHD
JS'ext door Cast of Qaus's livery stable.
O. B. POTT. Prop.
HcWy & Bojer
We Carry a Full 8toek of tke best
-'. . Domestic sud Impitted
WINES, LIQUORS. S2CARS
Aiuth Sido lisas, Hoeorro N. M.
Smith & Co.,
: iriiolesale f Ft tail
Kelly, N. M.
Will .Supply all tbe Surroandimr Min
ing I'suips and Towns with
all Klmlsof Freak ,
.. .ifeat. .
1. T. EABB1S3H & CO.,
WHOLBSALI NO RTalt, DKALSM IU
Hardware. Stoves, Cutlery, Guns,
Fistols, Cartridges, Iron,Stee
i rS'ails, Giant Powder, Glass,
i . Outensware 4c.
ipicBltsral Implements '
BLANCHABD & CO.,
Opposite Depot. Socorro, X. M.
Copper Mines far tale ! . 1
i .. !
. ; : '.-j,
' ' .! " . " ' '
TWO XANCHÉS rOH SALS.
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FiiiSTtliree emfoiiaUi Lneae,
sboiii UíU-aurta Oiki Juaiiug Imtni fiaal
ed la com aud vegetables, about eae
and one-baif miles of food mailing
water. Extra tíxxl rsnge and good tim
ber for all necessary purposes.
Second good, comfortable buildiag
With soud wsier In abundeace. All sur
roundinits will meet with tke ideas ef
ony one desiring goiug into tbe cattle
Will lake pleasure In tbowiiij property
tn auy oue desirous of purchusing.
Price libera I . For further particulars
apply to tbe CmarTAia office I U
Ueversl copper claita, consisting ef
some of tbe Ixst prospects ia tbe Baa
adreas mountains, cse be purcbsfed at
a very reaaoaaWw eousidcrauioit, aad it
will pay anyone wao'tiesiras to tnake a
proliiaiile fuvestmeot. to eaamute tke
property before rnveating elacwkera.
For par.iculare, sitdrese ratlersoa .
Wstnorj. White Oaki. .N. M , er .
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