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Vol. IV.
to u k a & sor
4W Frry Tfmrtday at Red
tthr. Tat County, Nmt Maxif.o.
VBHMONT C. 8TKVKN8.
BntMwd a Sond-Clau Matter at the
RW RWer, Ntw Mealao, Potfce.
U- .ill
RA IT.S OF HCBHCRlPTFOW
Weekly, $1.50
Weekly, mi Monthe 75
Weekly, rWree months 40
LOCALS.
Pifl yon bear it blow?
Candies and
Breve's.
nuts tm sale at
Toilet and laundry soap at the
Poetoffice.
rJefore fending out for goods,
call at the Postoffice and see what
Steve has.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Young risit
ed friends at Matiassa, Colorado,
the past week.
W. J. Cartrktht aim son Ifcire,
Bade a business trip to Elizabeth
town,, last Tuesday.
Tber latest report rrom Twining
states that the mill has again stat
ed p and the trouble between tbe
tockholders wonld soon be settled.
J. E Kirk of the Cashier Mining
and Milliug Company is spending
a few day" at La Jara, Colorado,
. : itirnr his? family aod meeting
Vue officers ot the cow paay.
J. B. Floyd has i eanlract to do
gome development work on the
Tom Boy up Pionver Creek. It is
owned br Loyd Anuuatine who is
bow located at JY-Mitimid, Colorado.
Eric Andeieoi!, an old resident
of La Belle, was in town yesterday
tor tbe 6rst time tu over a year.
He irtriested in some first class
property and believes in develop
ing it.
Uncle Bob Pooler returned from
Taos last Sundav and his wife re
turned with him. Mir. and Mrs.
Frank Hadden and crndren of Cats
iill, N. M., also came fa with them.
Mrs. hadden is a dantfhter of Mr.
and Mrs. Pooler.
Mrs. B. Nadock who returned to
La Belle a week or two aKo, 8'
Kain obliged to go to a lower alt.-
n.io nn .cconnt of health . She
H1J Va -
left last week for Soprie, Colorado
where she will epeud tbe winter
with her daughter.
Grovie O. Snow has resigned as
roatmaster at Twining aud B. M.
Peck haa been appointed iu his
place. Mr. Peck qualified the ret
ot the month aod now has charge
of the office. Mr Snow i apend
a few daye in Ked Ewer visiting
friends.
Mrs. L Roiera who lias been
8pendin 'he summer in Bed Rivor,
left for Waco, lexae, last luesaay.
Mrs. Rogera will be greatly missed
by her uiany hwnde who will
bo pleased to know -that ahe expects
to milliliter here ext year. She
was accompanied by Mr. Rogers
M far as Elixabethtown.
(Continued from page 1.)
system haa counecttions leading
light up to an actual connection
with tb anrweys of tbe new line
which is now being investigated
and which is trough the otjly re
maining leasable ronte to tha Pa
cific. It is not iown positively
that the Rock Mwnd has any con
ruction with the New Mexico &
. - i . .L ..i.;i;,., ..I fk.il
Facili out w """""v; """""I
project leaven little !" aoont
U-a propow d line hattw? o" primary
iffpottrticv o the bi bjstem. t
For a good hi
cent cigar at the
O. B. Crow and Jack Ywiwil: wh
op, From Cerro. tbis f A on busi
ness. Geo. P. Miller wan up from Taos
this week visiting Uncle Bob Pool
er and other friends.
H. B. Phelps, the Elibethfown
muTiager of the Remrerf mercan
tile company, n in tcfin today in
the interest of that company.
Mr. Mares, brother-in-law of
Bert Pooler the landlord of the
Colombia Hots! la Taos came p
Yesterday to inform Mr. Millet that
the hotel bar room office hat bwrtit
and as Mr. Miller is the irsrjranee
agent at that place, bo left this
morning for that place to adjust
the company's affair.
A BI G B A KG A IN.
Timothy, alfalfa, oatB, hay and
even fodder for sale. Will sell
cheap if whole lot is taken. Mrs.
C. A. Railey, lit Creek. Colfax
County, New Mexico.
NOTICE: To all those owing
the Publisher of tbis paper, on
store account or snlweription due
on the Prospector, we wish to state
we are in net! of some money to
meet obligations past due and if
possible we wish yon would help
ne ont.
WASHINGTON LETTER.
Politicians are promising them
selves an interesting an eventful
winter at the National capital. The
fifty-eighth congress begins with
an extra session and on the eve of
a presidential election. The House
is under the sway of a new speaker
and each party is confident and ag
gressive; the party leaders realize
that any mistake make this winter
will be fully exploited by their en
nimies in the touting campaign.
The President k nows that he is a
candidate for reelection but that
all the democrats and perhaps some
members of his party are watching
an opportunity to kill or cripple
him politically. Gorman in the
Senate and Hearst in the House
have undisguised presidential am
bitions and will allow no opportn
nity to slip by. The former counts
on the South and the conservative
element of the democracy while
the latter courts the labor voe. It
is said that Mr.' Hearst has rented
n apttrtment of loo rooms at a
rf fc jg e
tpect
he will entertain his gnests and
stimulate his presidential boom.
The democracy is in comtant dan ger
of falling to pieces yet its mem
bers realize that if they can keep
together they may win. Any and
everything will le turned into po
litical capital and the situation is
desidedly interesting. Tin; extra
session will consider Cuban reci
procity which may engender a dis
cussion of the tin ill Hiid a fipauciul
bill which may call forth the old
(ltiarrels on the money question.
At the reglar session the state
hood, ship subsidy, the trans-isth-uiiau
canal, the army eanteen, tbe
postal fin ml-, 1 1. dint) scandals and
countless otner public questions
will cause sharp discussions along
nuiy lines. Foreign affairs gives
promise of poiiim inieresting devel
opmeuts. Yen !...!, !j causing
trouble, Santo Domingo seems
lonDd to defy the- Munroe Doctg
rino, Turkey gives cause of com
nlaint and even Canada Is a little
i
annoyed over the Alaskan Umada
rv disimte. At all events there
will be plenty of excitement and
Dolrtitians and tha Washington evi -
.
reapoud,mts expect a i busy stien.
jf t Ql(t.(1 ftJ
i ,,4:, .0fiQn.
.
It is Only Paper Published m
the Gold Belt of Northern New
Mexico.
NOTICE ORKKITURE.
To Ctia.ii. M. Fox, his heirs, legal repre
sentative or assign:
You ar hereby notified that I, th
nntfemljfned, have expended two hun
dred doftnrs dnrlnp the years 1901 and
190C or one hundred dollar during each
of the above years Id lah or antf im
prorement upon th Lady Thorns lede
claim, situated in the Red River Mlntnt
rwstrlet. in the Ciunty of Tao nt
Territory of ffew Mexico, anal mors
felly described In the location cert'flrate
wlich Is recorded In the mining records
of the conuty of Thob and Terrlterv ef
Vew Melcn, on F'brnsry 17t,h, lWT.In
Book IT on Pitre 811, .n't rialm havtoo
been lornted Kabrnarv lth HWl. Said
amounts were expended florins said
years, fur t he purpose of he'dtng sa'd
Halm order toe provisions of paction
Zrli. revised statutes or th United
StateH. amendmsnts thereto. And If
within nltity days after the service of
this notice by publication, yea fail or
refuse to contribute yonr portion of
such expenditure as co-owner, together
with tbe cost of the publication of tbis
notice, your Interest in this lode claim
will became the property of the under
scrlber, your oo-ownar.
C. G. Cleland.
First Fublicatloo August 6. 1903.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
To Patrick Beatty and Thomas Don
nelly, his heirs, legal representative or
assigns:
You are hereby notified that we the
undersigned, have expended three hun
dred dollars during the years 1 to
l90i and i902 or one hundred dollar
during each of tbe above years Id
laoor and improvement upon tha Starry
Banner lode claim, situated in the Bed
River Mining District, tn the, couuty ti
I'aosaad Territory of New Mat loo. and
more fully described in the location
certificate which is record -d In the min
ing record of the. (namy t Taos and
Territory of New VImtiea, on April 17,
895. in Bn0k F. Nr8oa INe 38, said
claim having beuo loc.trd March 28
i89S. Said amount was rxpi mi.d during
the said year of i02,for the purpose of
holding said claim undo i lie provisions
of section 8324, revised statutes of the
United States, aiiiendna"rv 'a thereto.
And If within ninty dayp h'ct tha ser
vice of this notice by pnGiiuattun, you
fail or refuse to eoutnhute your portion
hi audi expenditure asco-owijer, I neth
er with th-costof tlie .pwWicn Ion of
this notice, your Interest tn this lod
claim -Mi;lier. i- . the t tjHv of Ilia
umlerbcribar, your Lo-uwuec.
Joha C. Ueatty
William li.Mtty
First Publication July pi i903.
NOTICE OF r oUb'El I'L'ltE-
To L. 8. D ivIb. bis helra. leaal repre-
sentatlTti or assigns ;
You are hereby notlued that wa and
11 er partners besides yourself, have
expended tour hundred dollars dutint
: . u I'.i 'J in labor and improvement
upon tbe Victor group of lude dalros-
r out IiuO'trd b jllars t-i latr and im
piovrmcot for each and every ane of
the followinr; olaiiua os the aat4 Victo
grenp of loda mining uIuiuih. actuated
in thti lied Kiver Mining Bistrlet. In
the County af Taoa and Termor of
Now Mexico and more fully dcribad
11 the location cei'tinctts which are
recorded In thi mining records of
the county of Taoa sad Territory of
New Mrxicu: The Victor No. I loda
t'lajm, located May Ifl, 1900, and reMrd-
1 d in said recoals l i If 10k 22 at 1'age
IU7. on Augu,t 8, 1)0; th.- Vinlor no. 2
lode claim, located .1 me It, ISilH xnd r
corded la said recurfli in I. uk H at
PSfeaAtoii June 3fr, iw.iS; the Vle'or
5Io;t hate claim, located 'March X, I9ilu
and tecorded In said Kc.nleMD Hook
22 at Pane III on .March 7j,''rtfjn; the
Victor No. 4 lode c .iim, located May
lS)'X)a"il reeordad til ald iroorda run
li.oh 22 it I'-g' 171 eti Auu.l a, 19)J
Std srn-iu t -"re expand. l du:incr
aid .!' of i:n 2, for the purpose of
h )!din(r Mid claim Wr tn4 pmi
ins of iiec'lonn 2324. reTUf-d ai-itulea of
ne United 4tta a nerlmoita theret'i
And if within nioiy days after tbe cer
ij-ot Ihia uoIIjb by publication, 7011
r ill or rniuee In cootrlbule your portioin
of such eapenditnre aa co- wner. to
geiherjiviMi iheci stsof ihe iniblicat ion
of thi notice, your intecert lu eaid lodr
ataima will aaeoiue th" prftperty of the
uudersuribere, your co-owoerr.
I, W. 1'ugh.
J. K. 1'ugh.
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
Thtnndtnig ned havinir Iwrn rrm.irnl In bealtB
by staple wsiu.alicrtuffrtiaglur xvml yrn
with a fteTere lunf aUectl.'n, ani that dic-d
diaeaat Cvammptlom, ii auaiuut to make kauwa
lo hn fellow uQcrrcs th mearm at tut. To
thote who datirt it. he will cheerluliy lend (Ire
of charge) a vup, ot ilic preacrtption used.whicU
der will find a lure cure (or Comtuiaplloa,
Atihm, Cmterrh, limm.hltU ! ihioat a4
lint' Maladies. He h. pei all ultr'era vi'l try
Nat. banUU A.W UJkOa, Broekli
-DEA I, KRS IN-
General .'.
Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes.
FRESH Anrl 3ALT MEATR,
Come and See Our Goods and Get Prices.
THE MORENO VALLEY
STAGE and
FREIGHT LINE.
H. H. HANKINS, Manager.
Will Take You to the Gold Camps of
Western Colfax County
Red River and
La ftttlfe, New Max.
aST Stations at Springer, Cimarron, Ute Creek,
Baldy and Klizabethtown.
POSi F.I
f Books,
notions.
Stationary.
School books for sale
rent. Call and see
in our line.
All kinds of Indian Made
Goods and Orrnmt-iita.
Taos,
stactf: .line,
f n z ?a
Ft. Garland to RedRiver
p v 1 n go 1 r. im a ; k k.
Station at Ft. 'Jrli i-. Vo ', Llillii Qnfi, tjnn rtftd Rett
River-
V
f baylofaow
Mk 99
'at a croat
aetrarsWaa
aiaiarean
i ' i
U .
Blob
yoa
It fully
Tsle
Merchandise
Staple and
Fancy Grocbmks
C E STORE.
at all times and novels to
us when yu want anything
B-t VMi,lr,
Traok Htaplwt,
Prwprlctor.
N . v MV xioo,
EVERY PERSON
moOoulnj tlila waiaahiv wo will lend
olaseay frooMiof Cor.ii.'a I'MD-AmerU-iin
Caimltlon woaeUol iUaMau lorian. In inlulaturi
ola UluwUaUou la a roproduutloo ot ouu. U you inifn.il
or la the nta future wo will cladly aeuU thu 1
tot to y ru. PfcatJ uilnlatureahave beeD producoU 1
osot. They ooualllote lbs euoet axsoaalnol
matter o.or iuto4 ua. They eoaU you tol
aoaao a saUafaotory eolooUoo ot s plaaio o orgon an to exact 1
iiad eotur ha roue owa bocoo. With tbe plate.
WE WILL SEND OUR NEW S0UVEHIR CATALOGUE
' . . m
iiaa, .t.l . ..in all Ih. '---- at.laa la UM
ojoerlraatoriao. and pianos. It Is a work of aria
will approotats sod It la roars (or lb asklaa l
explains stir iialqus Ooralth Plan of ocUlnf oul
OWE YEAR'S FREE TRIAL.
mstbatf has oommeuloH ItsolC lo O.er M
ttaartsr of a Mllllos Mstls-vl fun haver.. Jt
WRITS FOR rtlX IMrotaATloM. Aaarota, Ml
AVBineu fr mm
WASHING TOM, NEW JERSEY.
IIT1DL1SQBD
a e inn.
Attorney-aHiw.
Practice in all the Courts.
TAOS,
t-iti, Mi, A,,
1 je
E. C. ABBOTT,
DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
8 tNTA FE. N. M
B. J. YOUNG,
Notary Public
RED RIVER
MCW HEX.
EDWIN B. SEWARD,
ATfORNEV AT LAW,
Advice and Council in Mining
Matters a Specialty.
TRE8 PIRDR A3,
HM.
Dr. R. R. GREEN,
Phybician
AND
Surgeon,
QUESTA. NEW M EX.
FREMONT C STEVENS.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
PROSPFCIOR OFFICE.
ED RIVER N. M
Our Monthly PubUcatlon
ri!l tsep ycu posted on our
work and methods. Mailed
Free to the
ADVfeflTld.NQ MAN
of eny recpoaslble house.
uW.c tine of h "Mi
RIO GRANDE
RAILROAD
AlSiNQ rrinCUQM
SALT LAKE CITY
:n Hcuii ft eni from the Pacific tXau.
THE POPULAR LINE TO
leadfil!&,Glei!Woo(iririp,ispe(v
AuO GRAND JUftGTIOt,.
THE Mvj8T D'ECT ROUTE TO
filniiafl, Santa Fe Hew Mexico Poiao
jtuhlnc bit ih principal town and raiaiftf
cjtiapt. m ColurMu. Ulavu aud ISuw Mexica.
m mwn nwm im
TO ALL MOUNTAIN RESORTS.
tH broajb tr.tm oaotppod with Pullman Palace
mud Tourist bleeping Cars.
r.ir filers i.i;- lilattratad dcscrlptlre book kst
tr c.;. ., auflTBMI
f 1. tmtL 8. ROCHES, 8. K mm
w't aaa Swl Kfr. Tatdba abxasar (!n iWkttl tjk
dvb.h. cotoBAoa
Jftnericam
Wm
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