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Prospector Vol. IV. W.rfi frery Ihumday at Beil Irik ' . TVio tftnty, A'no Mr.rioo. I'UBUBHER re Ccot d '. ln MatW at tbr Uver, Nen Mxif Toitoffict. H4tm0V KfjHueKiPnoN Weakly, per jrir f 1.E0 Jfoakly, nix months 76 J? j-,:kly, three mouths 40 LOCALS. JJisp Mind Cannon i over vicit ; Injuria. Girsoi: Gttadoif of Taos, was a visitor at QticatS. last week. A. L. HarlrK'v report thai he ir.r. locuted a fine lead cu Placer retk. B W. Hayes ud Charles Gelnd are visiting Taos this The riinera who have nrruBN.'iH vn rati; jj, are feeling hapfy over tfct raits we have beeu having but Mr. ad Mr. O. D. MaMetto aid -!viivtren are viaitiui; Mm. Malletta'a parenta at Costilla tine teek. E. H. Noma had a bad acci dent yesterday. His horse threw tin and put his right wrist out of joint . A. M. Ames and J. Yf. Sharp Lave jnat fjoibht'd J. W. (iarrett's ansesemeut on the Orange mining property bdow tovn. K. K. Norris lost a valuable h me the other day. Mr' W. J. F oyd staked the horse out and it fell and must liavcof choked to death. Mr. and Mrs: G. h- Moad, Mr and Mrs. Samuel Haigh, Mrs Richards, two children an-i BliaS Carrie Gaul arrived n camp last Friday. F. J. Callender, manager of the fter.ry Young store at Quests, ii Ilea t! e people of Fed River to remember that he delivers goods to this puce at Questa prices every Saturday. Send in your orders. ocge MaHctte and Prank d u ii i 51. Stevens ore developing the Mini 0. Baattjr hu eon Mark and two eral King in Mineral j.nilcli these-'daugters. the Mnes Nellie and day. 'J hey have a fine lead to ' Annie, jra. P. B. Coffolt and work on and with depth where 1 8ate Tjitya and Earl Your..;, he assays ore hitrh thev wiU 1 They report a grand time but they m i'.hout doubt have a first cl.ss roperty. Tho. McCuniff and son J of Fa jara, have been in thfg fctirm the past wek fishing and looking over the country. Mr. McCunniff is an old prospector having visited FhVabcthtown in i860. He is a good hand in tell ing stories of tlie early days. His son is the ''devil" in the Chronicle office of that place. The Eureka Mining chim le Ijw t"wu is looking alright these dnjs. In fact, it is looking so fine that the owners J. M. aud G. I. Mend expect to do considerable developing work this fail. The cie is of a hemitite character. They have in the past had a number of excellent assays and the ore is looking bettur as one can see the precious metal with ont a glasa. Pals an End to it All. A grievous wait oftimes comes a a result of enbearable pain from ever taxed orgeus. Ibyginess, Lliekarhe, Liver eonplaint aud ( nrlij atu o. Bot thanks lo Dr. K ;ig's New Life Pills lhaj put an ad to it all. Tdey aie gnlln but thorough. Try thun. Only 25o. Juiaittd by F. 0. Sttvtua. Uncle Bob Pooler ihluiiiv 1 Iroai Thos tlis moruiug-. Harry Brnn'lfiibur hus moved mlo h' now roune. S. W. Thorn jigon nv linorijp r 'ltem sreTiHikin in El i.n belli -tcvu, toJajr. Frnn'; Johnson retnrned to Trinidad Inst week. He was on hr aick list. A.J Hawk nt rived from Fui rW, Tiidian Territory this week and will upend tho balance of the snmtner. A. M. Ewintf was down from the Jayhawk Momlay, for the first time in two or three montlis. Mrs. Lyman Bnrns and child ren of Taos, were the guests the past week of Mrs. Bnrns' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Q. Cleland. 8ee m9 a the Jnn.iss Fae l Barn if you want your team taken care of. We also have ny and Graiu for sale. H. D. Dutcher. Jesse Young and Frank Stevens visited San ford, Colo., the past week and the Misses Murl and Stella Young and theit uncle J'rad Wilson returned with them Mrs. F. J. Callender and Miss Edna Parker of Questa, cslled on a few of their Red Rivet friends last Saturday. They came up with Mr. Callender on one of his weekly visits. William McKean, attorney at law of ri aos, made Red River a flying visit the lirst of the week. : His many Red River friends are always pleased when Mc. makes our camp a visit. Pearl Hayes formerly of this place and brother of B. W. Hayes was on the iothof July, murdered at Imperial, California. The particulars of the affair has not reached us yet. A letter di rected to his father at creede. Colorado, only stated that he was murdered and the murderer was in custody. His brother Elmer was at' creede when the letter reached thire and at once left for California to look after the affair. Lsst Monday, a lain tishini; party went down th river for th day conpistiug of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Moad, Mrs. Richards and two children und Mis Carrie Gaul of Sesjunda, Colo., John Melson of Liucola, Nbs., Mr. and Mra. Sam. H'iif;h of Trinidad, Oo'o., Mr. and Mrs. T. A' Melson, Mr. and Mrs. ft. W. Penn, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mod and daughter, Esther, John say nothing about catching fish. Mr. Jas. Hill is busy these days Working on rhe Poncha lode and reports that he is getting some good looking ore. Jas. Harvey is prospecting on the head of Lake Fork where he found some very rich float some time ago.. The Comstock lode belonging to the Lynch Pros, of Elizabeth town and located on the head of P.ed River is being developed by Mike Frawley and others. Mr. and Mrs. Yfrnon Bailey of Washington, D. C-, are here for the purpose of examining the Biological survey of this section. Mr. Bailey is chief of the Biologi cal Field Survey. The following partiea were Taos visitors one day last week: Jas. Hill, T. J. Bryan, CUrence Jones and Clark Hagermau. f Mr. Clarence Hagcrman of Chicago, arrived in camp one day last week with the expectation of spending the summer. Mr. Hagerniau is highly delighted with the grandeur of the scenery and the delightful climate. TAOS KEW Mrs. Batella Finder met with h serious accidenj Wednesday. She had been up to South Fork and was returning, when arriving at the I'laceta two men on hotse back came riding up at a high speed and ventured to pass with out cheeking the speei of their horses which frightened Mrs. Tinder's team causing them to run and soon be beyoOd her con trol, she was thrown from the wagon and badly bruiser!, also cut about the head. She was re moved to Taos ahd put under the care of Dr. Martin where she is mending very rapidly. A couple of youngstert made j their appearance in our midst last week, a big boy at Win. Adairs and a girl at Mr. Birch's. Mothers and babies are getting along nicely, Taos has been visited quite frequently of late with a shower which however is a little late but nevertheless welcome. The day of Santiago on the 25th of July was celebrated in the usual manner by the Pueblo Indians. A larye crowd of spec-' tators were present to see the performance. We notice by the late issue of the Revista, that a great deal of hi volouachilda play has been the decoration for its piges. W'e presume this must be the effects of the dancing interest working out on the malignant writer. Suicide Prvynted. The startling annonncement that a preventive of ouieide hod been ! discovered will interest mny. A run down systeih. 01 despondency invariably precede suicide and somethinR has been found that will prevent that condition which makes suicide lik-dy. At the first thonght of self destruction take Electric Bitters. It being a great tonic ar.d nervine will strengthen the nerves aud bnild up the system. It's also a great Stonifcch, L' ver and Kidney regnlor. Only 50c. Satisfuction guaranteed by F. C Stevens. Sabfiori'9 to the Prospeotor: It in th Official Organ of the Red BJvcr Miuirg 'bwtrict. It is the Oldest Paper in Taos Count'. It is the Only Pnper Published In the Gold Belt of Northorn Tuoa CoBnty . .notice ov Koni iciTt; ! K. To C. A. Fowlor and Win. K'a-i, tloair, leanl reprennatatWcs ( r aurigns : Yon rp hereby notilind that I, thon- I. 1hu czpendrd on hundred dollors durinz the year 1001, in labor and 1m provnmKDla ap-n each oosol th fellnw ing clnm, situated in thn Rio Hondo Mln -Ing District, In tlm county o( 1 .. . , and Territory of New Mi xlo i aod more fully ' .cribed in the location oertitl at. whioh are rec dt:d In in the mfninir. record of tbe County of Taox and Territory or New Mexico: Thi Bachelor uilntnir lode cIrIoi ia recorded October 'JTth 1901, In Book 22, on Pige 462, laid cUIti .iue i . locat ed on Ancruet Wti 1!)02; tbel'brer I' irt'iera minim; 1 de clalma, recorded O'toher !7th !... in Hook 22, on Patte 4SS, ei'd claim 'mi ' nt' been loca'ed An uit 23 1!I02; tka Einir Soli man min'nK !''lenlaffii ft record ed on October M, l 1 1 . In Book 22 mi Page 451, ne d olefin hnviog been located Au o( 2ilrd, 11102. S Id amount were pende.l duri'iir tHe tal I vear for the pur poee of holdlue ald cl me gndr the pro vitiiona of nectfon 2324. rerijed Ktalutenof tbe Uoited Biat'ex and amendment' there to, and if. within ninti davi after the ervlue of this notice by publication, yon fail or refuae to contribute ycur portirtn of iicb expenditure ae oo owner, .together with tin of the publicatlou ..r tin notice, your internal in tbeae I'd) claim will becojne tie prnpurty of llie ui.dcr auriber, your co-owner. . K. A. Uilto... Kimt Publicaiion July 33, 10 4. sptlj procur.it. I 1 NOI rnw Mauri on paunUbUil Ua 'irt tonne AVa SvnA Ui iHV.BWn. ..Tnrr LAwma or at tiakc i'uactioe. W.000 PAIEHTS !(IOCURfD THS9U3II lM, II i . . .u.i avu. J .j.. .. bizjui irrke. kluarmto ori.rg.t. rc A. SNOW & CO. I'uaiii PA ICMT LAWYERS, . 8 Ntaft Offloa, D. C. B. J. YOUNG & SONS. DBAUEBH Gener ? . Drt Good; Boots akd Snoas IP R ICS 1 1 And SALT MEATS, Come and See Our Goods and Get Prices. THE MOREN O VALLEY STAGE and FREIGHT L N . H. H. HANKINS, Manager. Will Take You to the Gold Camps of Western Colfax County Red River and La Belle, New Mex. Stations at Spgjnger, Cimarron, Ute Creek, Baldy and Elizabeth to v.rn. POST OFFICE STORE. 3oks, Drugs, Ttottcms, an6te and Stationary School books for sale at rent Call and see us in our line. All klitdk of Indian Made Gobfs and Ornament. Taos. STAGE LINE- FROM Ft. Garland to P e d ri i v l k. DlHDGOLD. MAK.AUBR. Station at ft Borland, San Luin, QatUUa, Cfrrt,. fna.w.t mtd ,' no lienor kohfeiturk. To L. H. Oarii. Al.iuro Old 'iam, Ottorgi ' Oliibam, Hu .1 Oldhaui and E. P. WmIuI. , u.i beira, 'nl i . r . n'uii v or at igti -: You ara harnby oolided ibat we, the un- Iguad, aod tba olher parlnara of a'lid claim tborelu mentioi I, have expeude. Two Huudrad Oollait (t'iOO.OO) durinK Hi' : yaar I i :i la labor aud iujproveniutii un tba followlag olaiax, nituatfid iu tbn Ktil I', v.-1 llluiuK Uiatriot, in ib t'ouuij ol Taoi, Territory cf New Mexico, aud hit i fully diauril.ed iu tbe Looatlon i i m . wlncb are reuorded iu tbe -M - I - of Ih, Oouuty of Ta.ia, Teriitnry of Ni-v I Idexioo: TLh Uoi iau 'Ireaaure No. 1 I ... I j Mlalng Claim, reo'irded aCUet It. UK In Bonk 15, 1'age 12 ; and liuldeu t'rcaaii N . 1, Lude ' ii. Clalrs. renord'il -Auaual 19tb. 1805, ui b . k 15, petta 181 .aid emuuut liavuiK xo -ii'ied duru. tbe ail year lor lb iurpoao o! bold u nail rlaliui'UiiUer tbe pr.,vi.ioui of i'.'li 2321, H iviaed Btiate. of i.e I'uitt-d S a e auil Aiuerdineuba ' And If, wiuii bluty ('.'... ) duya alter tb. eerviue of rr,i ' notice by pui.iioaiio'.i. you tU or rafu. to contribute your portiou ot auid uxp u dlture, aa co-ou.ra, together who llaa i-ov.' of puUiuatioat of thin uotic, , your io . rest, u aaid t'laim-, wi'l e juio th irO' e'ly of trte aadaaavlibara, your iio-owuei wlw uavr mail lb- . i i i -ret exie'idilu by tbe Uruis of aaid Si olio. i. V. O. Hyatt. J. II. Maurarr Firat rublivatluu May t U1M, IN- Merchandise Staple Awn Fancy Groceries all tiine and novels to when you want anything Bert P!illl'.!o. Krana Siaplin. New Mexico. TO BE GIVEN AWAY Ykla Hata4wrva EmbrMary Ontttt, .tamped an good ma. hiju. 1U tae mailed atsuluteiy (re of ihArue It cn.tt ti 1 CiywaUaentiAu. 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