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RED RIVER PROSPECTOR.
3 YOL. V RED LUVER, TAOS 0()(JNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, .inly 20, 1905. NO. 49 XOTirK OF API'UCATION K(K UNIT ED ST ATI s PATENT. No. lftt. Mineral Surrey No. 1215'. United State Land Ufflra, 'fcdnta f. New Mfici, Mardi lei, UHi.1. Nonet m rkrkiiy otTltd. Thatn vA. r ... m f the Art of CungT.si approved Mnv lo. 1813, It. Pooler sad W I). Kerchne , wbose postotfloe eddrree it Katilu, Cotfeji County, New Miw !.. have mede kp'p leu tlon for a patent for lftoo linear leet on the Tenons. e Lode, hearing gold and silvi. tie aa me being 17 feel sagterly and i0 feet wtHterly from tbe discovery cut d'M tunnel thereon, and being a part of t lie If.mphis Group of mining claims, with sui ts. ground 3oo feet in widtb, .Un ite in tbe Keystone mining diatfVt, In" Tnos County in tbe Territory of IJew Me io, nil deacrlbed by tbe official plat ainf by the field , notes on file In tbe offlee of tbe iltsgister of the Hanta Ke laud rlU rj rf in th Territory of Nw Mexloo, ae : SURVKY NO. 121r, TKNNKSKK I.OUE. Beginning at Cor. .Ni. 1, I .euicl will theW :or. of the loeatior. . sp-uoe po.t ... . . rvl ' lie les. .quare, 4 ft. lung, sat Jl till In II " greund, scribed 1-1215; whence A sprue at ice. tllem. bears S. 7o E. T It, Mj t"1'' JL .pruce 8 iu. diani, bears N. ' 1, '( I , 41st., eaeb blazed and ecrihed 1 - ill , B. I . V. 5. L. M. No. 8, Hed River Milling DU trial. Tao County, New Mexico, pteelous- iw d.scrlbmi. bears S. 2 !' W MM f. diet Tbs-nce N. 2 3 i' K. V... lo 6' E:"0".o i feet to for. No. g. Identical with NW. -Car. of l.ioatiou. a spruce post Jo ins.sqoar , 4 ft. Ions', set 24 ins, In the ground, '.eni e I ilUi whence A epruce 18 in, dleni.lioin ! n Bo I- .3 tt, ill"' . and A spruce 13 In . -dlam. bears .S, 8 E, '. ft. dist. e.ch bli - i ed aud kcribdd -UW B, T, ' Thence 6. IJ E. Va. W ' K. U o. test To ( jr. ' Idanical with 'be ' . 'eor.ol it! U;tioi.. A porphyry a'.0.. J4x2oxl m. lot 12 ins. io tli,e f rf-tlfl . . l , o i.ii. .. 1 .. .. X anrui'ii .til 111 pwiwasi '.-ism, " -w dlam. td.it B. 47- tV h.. U. U i " A artcu 17 ins. .Ham. b.ars N. V W.-W . dl.t.; eaeb bUard anil sdribed W& " 9. Tb...c. B.I W. V.. it v.. MM U t Jnterieot li .a 2 - of Mamouth le. ... .this survey, 88. ,8 ft. 8. M IB yv. .o . Ho. 8, previously de.orlbid Soo.oo eel .,. , .w. So. 4. ld.di.at with th. c ,th. loodtlon. A porphyry stone Mt 12 in the ground, eutddldO 4- 1113 , .wh.ued,Asp'Ucel8 1n..dia.u.b..r.N.B.V o' K. 16 ft. di.t.;aud A ,pcev15 lus , .am ..r.B.7' o'W. 18 ft. dl.t., eaob ble2 and Sdribed 4-1216 O 1. I Th.nca N . 87' U'.W. Va. If r H- 1 '!,' f..t lnt.rseot line t 3 of Mamouth Iji-e i( this Mrvey, titiJW ft., .i. 68 ili'-W. f.om Cor. Ho. S, prviouly described. l"ioo.. o f.si tdCor.. Ho. 1, tbe place of li.ginnii.i' ; eonlaluiug lu.oSI acrs exclusive of me MaiddUth led. ot this survey. The names dt enjoining and cuulliutiuif cluims as dhowmb the plat of the survey is th Slanioeth lode of this survey ou the E.and a , end father. Matioe is Hereby Uived, Tibat pursp 1 1. : et ifce .aid Act of Congress approved .M. y lo. l7t, R. L. Poel.raud W. U. ver.uii-i. Wheee p,.t-offlce address i. Ratou. ,1' I ; County. Mew Mexico, have mailo appllOa. Bioa fdr a patent tor 1482 lluear feet on ii Maieoutb Lode, bearing geld ami Mini. ,th. aaeie being 48 feet northeast! 1 !y m.d 1434 f.jl souibweiterly froai the dteuuve ; tenn.l ihereoe, and heiug a part y.f the Memphis Group of mining claims, with aertaue ground 800 feet in width, slip i" tin th. K.y.toue mining district in 'lot Ctounty In th. T.rrltar of New M, i aud described by tbe official plat au.i ,tb. fl.ld notes on Hie Iu the office af ta Uavlsier nf the .Htiita Ke land district Id m .Ike Territory of New Mexico, as foiiu, SURVKY HU. 1215, MAMOCTH 1.U.U::. Begluolng et Cor. No. 1. ldeutlcal w ,. 11 ttdeSW. C01. of the locution. A porphyry l.ne Slxl2x7 ins. .et 12 lus iu the grnja ...i, phl.i led 1-1216; whence A spruce i:' les , dJesd. beers N. :i" So' K. 12 ft. dist. aud A prai . U lu. diem, bears N. 36 VV . :. I . dl.t. .a b biaaid and .cribed 1-.12.i6 k 1'. 1J. S. L. Si. Xo., tted River Miuing t liiot, lajs t'ouuty, New Mexico, previou -)y described, b.ars S. OS' 87' W. 2JlW- 'l aUt. Thence N.41J 18' W. Va. J ! .K; ddo.oo feel TmCor. No. 2. ldeutlcal won the NW. car. of the location. A granite toue 242ox8lu. set li ins. in the grnull I, chiseled 2-1216; wheuce A spruce. Ins, diem. Hears .1 U . 28 ft. el aud . ansHisM lo ins. diam. bears . 41 3o' W ft dial., each litued and scribed i.WW II I To.uoe N.W.29' K. Ve.U'S' K. Wi-m It cor. Mo. 8 ..Identical with the N je of tbe lnretlou. porpiiyry stone HdUvll la.. s.t'U lu.ln tbegrouod.chiseled :l 1:1 ii whence A sprue. 12 ins. dlam. hears t, U .' E. 41 't. dist. , and A spiues 8 iu diam. bears I. If B. 28 fl. dist.. each bla.eii a. a aeribi d 8-1116 B T. Th.uoe.S.31' IS' lC. Va. 13' l- K. Ha- " .teet'l'o Cor. No. 4. I leiilleal win. lb.. lw ddtleu. A porohyry stone 2422il2 I. .. -t 'It lus. in tbe grouud, cbiselej 4-121;; wbeuee A spruce 17 in., diam. bears f . VV . 27.8 ft. dl.t., end e .pruce 14 I diem. b-ar.N.eo W. 31.6 ft. dl.t. es.-h hlated and scribed 4-121.) B V Tl ' " is ou line 2-3 ot C jiu.toclt lodeol tliie mi -Tey, 216,f)8 fl. f. M W. from Go. . S pr.viously descrlbeU. Theuee8.5is 2!)' W. Va. 13 2' f. .I.M4 dd - of f ouistoek lode ot Ihi. suuv y. ."Hafl.17 feet Cor. No; 2 of 0 nusti ek bid- 1 tine surrey, pr.viously deecrimil. 141 t.et To Cor. No. 1, th. plice pftdtMlidu ; . containing 2v.;.. ..eras not txclusiv of .. - Tedtees.e lode of Ibi. survey. The name nf adjorutng and cm Ii dtlefj (li.ii. as shown by the plutofsjiw i , In M.lli'-t on the N. by the Tennessee lode oft hie aurvey, and joluei by tbe t'omstock hi Id of this survey on Us auuih-easterly liiiuiiisry : and .father, . No'ice Is Hereby (liven, That in pur.e auce nf sala Act of ( 'ingceeN approved May MM, K. L. Poolsr and' W. D. Kershner, wti Me p3St-oftlee sddress l Katun, ;' ilfax C-.unty, New Mxloo, have made appttra Mufl for patent for :. n linear feet on the 0 roi'ock Lode, hearing gmd and silver, t' a same being 75 feet nort1ea-terly and 1 12." feel southwesterly from the discovery cut and tunnel thereon, anfl being a part of the Memphis droop of mining claims, with surface ground ... feet in idth nn re 1 l less shown by the put. ...-! iu tliu l.i-vstnne m In 1 lur il iutr int. ' i 11 11 i l im n t . lit tie Territory of New Mexico, aod de- I m i Aih I iiy the olllcial plat and by the nld no'ci on tile In the urHce of tin Register of the Sniita Fe land district, iu tbe Territory o' New Mexieo as follows: , SURVE Y NO.i'Jla.COMtiTOCK LODK lielnnlng at Cor, No. 1. Identical with . 1 ! a It I lM nt t I... I,.n.,irtn H Dm Mn 1 .if ; " , l.ne saeha li-de nl tills survey, prevlnu.lv il oribe l, which 1 also chisel 1-1215 for ululm, whence V. H. In M., No. 3, Hed Riv er Mmiii; District ,TaoH County. New Mex ic.p, previously iltsoritied, boars S. 8 " 8' w. ItSn ft. dist. Thence N. 14' 20' vV. Vs. 13, K liyi.4 feet To Cor. Nf.' 2. Menticel with , the N W. Cor. of lh location, a purpln ry -i. mi 24x11x8 sat I, ins. in the ground.chls i led 2-1215; whence A -prune 10 ius. diem teHasN.80" R ., 91 ft. dist., end A bpruee Id la, dlam, heirs N. UP W. 16. fl. dist., rdeb blazed and anribe-l 2-V'V U T. rlience N. 58 211' K. Va. 13,- 4 K ISnl.To Iet l'o Ocr. No. 3 Identical with' the NK. I Co, nf tbe location. A porphyry stuue SIXlOxl ins. set i. ins. In tbe ground, chls ' i !e.I 3 1215; whence ' A sprueei 15 Inn. dianv bari N. V5 W. 2i t'. dist..; aid A J) u :a 15 inr. iliatn, boars S. 3.5 3o' K. 411.1 f ' 1 i' ..cLch blaze 1 nnd scribed 3-1212 It T, Th.. II II M B v.. vi vl'iiniui g ,. N of ,ne Hon estake iod. ot tbj, JJ.j previously descrih.d. thenc along , ... of HIllCTUke loiIe ,)f ,hl, aar, vm fi M ( , jr ; , .. 1 1 1 1 . , i gg. ClW. of Ud lid&w wrthflor, N ( Qf HoI11,Btake ,ode c N(, ., , (, uibjon . ( ( sUebR iQd Qf thj uryey (,revl0Uiy lll!rUlB(1, wnch , bUo oui,e, (.m0 for . . w y lga A) i,slieba of (bis ,urvey. MfMt n-,, Ho. , , oc. r inlmr- cnntainisur IU A aern.. rh mini nf ml) jibing and convicting claims, as shown by the plat of survey are, aCjnin In on N. by Mamouth lnde of this survey ; ). by HomeKlake lode of this survey, aud -.il. Siebs lode of this srrvey , no others kiHtWD, There are uo BOQfHdt. And fntber i So ice Is Hereby tlivsn. That in pursu suce el the said Act of Congretf. approved i Hay 10, 1872, K. L. fooler and W. U. ,Krshuer. whoso pea: Ltllee address is Uat I ct, C'elfdK .County, now MexJc:, hsve ma le application ior a patent for 1430,16 illuear feet on the cibeba I.ode, bearing eo'd and silver, the same being 622 feet theaet.lr aud !l i7.15 feet imuth-wester -ly from tbe discovery tunnel tber.en, and i.e.ugapirt Of Wie Memphis Gromp of mining oUime, with surfaoa grout d Boo l '-r Iu wi i tn mure or less as shown by the i tib ial plat, situate Hi tbe Keystone min , tn x Jistiiot, in Taos. County, in the Terri tory . f New Mexico, aud desjribed by tbe olhV ul plut aud by the lield notes on !ll e . I. the office of the Register of the Mania . -I .ii.l district, in the Territory of New lsuo, as follows: I iT RVEY NO. UI5SIIE1A LODK. ft... I. mln ; at Cor. No. 1. I l.ntital with ..ie.', .V ..'or. of the amended locatiou. A ..iep i i , stone MxMall in iset ,!8 lus, iu the g. n Old, chiseled J-1215; wheuce A apruno 14 ins. diam. bear. N. 73 ,K. M ft. d t and A spruce 10 lus. diam. bears N t W. 15 it dial., each blr.aed and scribed IslUI U T. .11. t. ts M. H . 8, Rd Kiver M uldsj District) Tans County, New Mexloo, i.' Viuu lv described, bears S. 80 f VV. hi:, tt. dist. Toeu'ue S. 12 V E. Ve. 12 i' E. 281.4 T . I or. No. 2. Menlisnl with the 8W, Cor' isf the ameuded location. A porphyry tli lid 24x22x14 ius. a.t 12 ins.lu tbe ground. chiseled 2-1216; wheuce A eprnce 111 ins dn ui. hears N. 8nJ B. 7 ft. dist and A 1 pruce 13 lus. diam. hears S..24 lilt' E. 17 I., list., each biased aud scribed 2-111.") B r i hence N. 71 1' E. Ve. It' E. 1428.86 to C . . N. 3. ludeutical with pie HE Cor. of in amended location. A grentic stone MxUx-i iu.. set 12 ius. iu tbe grouud, cbis. aletl 3-1215. with a uouical muuud of stone 2 fi. oa.e, 1 t II. bigb along. ide. Tjiiscor n r is on Hue 1 '-' of survey No. 1,147, Cora UMnWM bale, Kill .80 fl. S. Jg 48' U. from Cii', No. 3, previously de.crtbed- I lb n.eM. 12 !' W. va. 11J 3' E. 265.18 fe. i I vr.ect Hue 28 of Hur. No. 1147 C la Ulbedsl lode, and Ilue 4 1 of Cota 0 I ii .' ui N . 2 Iod e, of this survey, 186.23 ft. .x. 711' 6' E- of i ... . No.2 of tormer aod C ir M. . I uf latl.r, previously described 811.0 irul'fj Cji. No. 4. I I sin . -.il wl)i the N. E. Ctr. the uui mded location, with Cor. N WJ 0 ire llio.iou No. 2 lofle and (.'jr. No 1 ol tiolH -stake Iod., hutoot this survey p ni ii. iv dosiribed; " Inch I also chisel 1. 1216. for this clam. tueUCe i, 584' W Xa. 13' I' K. .1500 feet TrJ r. no. 1, the place of begiuniug,' con- lulil.' ls.08.) acres, .xclu.lv. of survey N. i, 1147. and C re tiibaou ise. 3 Iod. of tin. survey, the uanie of ed) jinlu and Oiinfllollail claim . at shown by tbe orll :laj I piai o survey ero as follows: This claim is j uied N.' y O imestock tide i.f this survey : K. hj Uon. tit I lodo o tbtt ur ey, 1(4 snrvey Nn, 1147, Cora Gibson lode, wl )i until of which It is In contlu.' ; S. by M 'pliin lode, uns rveyed, Ellr green, et al. , til liments, No others known, and futber tfotio s Herebv Given. That in pnrso- .ncc or th-. Act of (' ,1 gresa .pprnvfd M .y 10. 1872, It. h, Poi lee g'.d W. D. rBTsEv. whose ptit- illce eiidress is Kston, Ctfax County, New Mexico, have made spplica- tion lor a pet nt fnr 15oo linear feat on the Curs OlD'On Wo. 2 lode, bearing gull and silv.T the setae being lit) fest son'h-1 we-terlv mil IMd fet nrth.asterly I from Um discovery tunnel there, 1 on find being n psrt of the Memphis Group, of mlnini claims, with sutlajc g.ouud 30"i.!i feet In widtb, sitmite In the Kv- stone Mlnlns Ilis'ilct, in Tans Qodfttj) Tarri'ory ol New Mt-xico, and described by Hie nflhiial plBt. anil by the fipld notes ( on Hie In the oIIujo nf the Hegister of the Santa 1 .and district, in the T er- rltory of Xew Mexico, as follows: SUHVKV NO. 12 ' f. (JOKA OIHSON Xo. I LODE ! Beginning at Cor, No. 1. Mentioal with the BW, Cor. of the location and Xo. I of survey Xo. UI7, Cora Oibson I lo.le. A porphyry stone t0x20xl'i ins, I above ground, chiseled 2-114 ; whence A spruce 20 ins. diam. bears X . 4ft' 11 It. dist., and A sprue. 19 ins. diam, bears N.81 30 E ti ft dist., eacli blazed end scilbed 2 III7 B T. V . S. 1 1 M. No. 3 K,ed River Aiiuing titict Taos ' County. New Mexico, which is a prUQd post l ins square extending IU, ft. uiiovo groUDd, llrnily 6et. surounde l by a mound of stones, and scribed L 6 L. M. No. 3. bfars 8. 77' 41 W. 3551 ft dist. I also chisel the stone 14916, foj this claim. Thence X. S ' 47' K. A'a, 1-T 1' f artj.48 feet To Cur. Xo. 2. Identleel with the XW, Cor. of the location. A gran ite stone 2415x11 ins, set 12 ins. in t bu ground, chiseled 2 1 818; whence A spruce J6 ins. diara. bears X. 5fi :j0 K 7U ft. dibt , and A spruce U lns( dian1 bsiars S. 13' JO1 W. DM ft. dist. each bla.ed and scribed 2 1310 H T, Thence N. 70 5' B. ra. l.T 3 E. 1500 1 feet To Cor. Xo. 3. Identical with the j NK. Cor of the lacation. A porphyry stone 24x1x11) ius. act 12 lus. iu tl u groiint1,chUeled 3-1215: whence A 8priKejK.. 10B UOSUUMTlt mtm PUT Hi ins. diam. bears N . !I0 30' K. ijo f. ' dist., aud A spruce S Ins. diam. btar. . , f aJa iv f. its it ouch Ki..ed ami 1 ri'e 1 on lestauraiit of scribed l-lilo B T. Thence S. 8" 17 W. Va. 13 E. 378.4S feet To 1' ;", ""-""r ;,,D a: y? me locaiiun, :iuu v ir. iu :! of ,uur. No. IH7, Cora Uibson ipde, which is a por phyry slone 12xKxJ) ius. above grouud, chiseled 3-114;. A spruce 7 ins. dtam.. beurs N. 40 E. 3 f. Jist , and A iptVWe 1 ' . 12lns. diam. brars. 50 K. '.i,5ft. dis ., 1 wiMiionare .Mine wwnci w"l fJayg bnt never In the history of each blazed and scribed lit; B T. J of Death valley, has broken t''; j 0ur district was tlieie as much de also chisel the stone 4-1215, for this r.,rnrfi fnr foot trnvs.ll no from I os ' 1 1 a claim. Theoce s. 7U B' VV V11. IS .1 1 A traveling tioin l.os V(!opHlllel)t work goulg on asnt K. Along liuei -3of:Survey X0.IU7. j A":M',es, Calfornia to New York pnf. Anii w,iat is stilj betier tie Uora Uibson lode, laoo leet To Uar. i .n7 psa ucK.uu.i.j,, """"" ina I2.37O acres not excluding in con - ' . ' " " . , , 6 llict with the .sheba lode of this survey. The nedaa nf eMInlntno and annllicr- log claims as .howa by the olllcial pint of survey are a follows: J nip claim is .joined N. by Ilomestake lode of this survey. 9. by Sur. No. 1147, Cora Uibtntl lode.andW.bytheSueba lode ot this survey, with which H coiillict,. Nootb- er is Itdowu, except as follows, Note. By connection with a irivate survey of the "aaugre da Cbrisio" Orant, ue giveu In a comunini'-atiou referring to tbe survey til the "Meniphis'lode, Sur. No. 1146, will show u ciallicl between the grant aud this claim. No corners were established in this porliou of the origi nal survey of the grant, and hence no coullict can be showo- The con diet herein referred to la noted from a pr. vate survey of thegraul line, and made by the grant owners. And futber Notice Is Hereby (liven, That Id pur. suaues of the Act of 0 nigra! approv ed May 10, 1872, It. L. Pooler and VV. I). Kerahner, whose pojl ollloe address is Katoo, Cjlf'ax Couuty, New Mexico, have made application tor patent lor 1500 linear leet on the Homeslake Lode, bearing gold and silver, the same bdlug 478 feet south-westerly aud 1022 feet uorlh -easterly from the discoVeiy lun oal tbereoc and being a p.rt of the Memphis Qroup of miuing claims, with surface gro aid tVO feet iu wulth, liu ale In th Keystuur Miuiug DwUtiOt in Taoa I 'junty, iu the Territory ot N iv Me.xtoi', and descrided by the OtUdivl plat and by tha field notes on hie iu lir ollioe of the Kegister of the Santa le land district, iu tha Territory of New Mexice, as lollowe: SURVEY ;U). 1215, IIOMESTAKE l.OllK. Begiuuinir ai. U ir. No. 1. ldenlica: with i' BW. Cur. of tha location and Cor. No. i of Cora Uibson No. 2 of this survey, previously described; whUh 1 alsc chisel 1-1215, for thisdldirn; whetlQd IT. S.J. .Mi Nn. 3, Hed River MlOittg Mibtiict, Taos i.'ouaty. New Mexico 37 W H71 8 f fllRt, j Tneiice N. 14 2Q VV. Vl, 13' 3 K, 600. feet. T-i ( or. Xo. 2, Jdenllcal w.th j Ibf- X W. (,ir. of the location. A granite . " -""J " HMnii, hWMhvTdd I 12V; whence A apriiOd 15 ' "kP- di.tm. bears N. 2il 30' W. 2 ft. , ills'., lanl A spruce II Ins. Ill ilium ' hem 11 s. ?t I K, K 41.6 ft. dist. dach I i,lev.,i anrl dddatthikfl t-lK it T. 'I'benc- N. 7" ft' E. Vd. 13' 2' E. l.-iOOfeet To Cor.Vo.3.i(ienlir-al withlhe N B, t'"r. nf the location. A porphyry MODo IU12x84n. set 13 Inj. in the Uroitn ', chiseled 31215; where A iprtMW 10 inn. diam. be-tr N. 19 W. 13 ft. diei.Hfut A "pmee 15 Ina, diam. h-ere N H2 V. Is ft., dist each blazed and scribed 3 113 BT, Tbenc- 8. U 'iV Ii. Va. 8' K. ftt P IW. No, 4, Identical with ME dr. of the location, and Cor. 3 ' Oom Olbton Xo. 2 lode of this (VK) the .No. rut also v" previously described, which obi-' I 4.1315, lor this elaim. Triened S. 7 5 W. Va. 13" E. Alonit line 2 -a of C ira Clbaon No. 2 lode, UfiQ feet To Cor. No. 1, the place or begin nlliff, OenUtttiDg 20,ii22 aores. The nafoei of adjoining and conilictinir elatrOI .s shown by the olllcial plat of survey ere ns follows; This clniro is joined 3. by Cora (jibson No. lode .mil V . by "imstoel; Ii de hot b of this survey. Xo 0thM arn known. There are bo conllicts. Nule, My coDnnee tion wiiii a private survev of the "San Kre Ue ( 'hristo'' grunt, as jjivan in a ootli I rounloation reltrring to hair. Nn. lUt ; "M tnptaieM lode, will show a OonAlOt between the giant and this lode. Xo corners were established in this p nl too of the original survev of ihe Igr.iQi, ao4 hence no coulttct can be siioai.. The con llict herein referred to ib noted lom a private survey of thb grant Hue, tu t.le by the grant owners. MANUEL tt. OTERO. liegiBter I. and Oilije Santa Fe, Xew Mexico. Firs' l'uhliCHtion June 15, KM ii. n ti n i i n i 1 I wx. . Santa He, was entirely dlStTOyea ! k fire on the 16th. The Tause ot nre the was a defective flue. tta the GoDiineal in (il II nrs. . 1 it;ii: c s t; 1. j City Having niaue iue run 111 "4 jnuiir. ue nireu a special nuiu ' , ,, T. tl , . Uie Santa Fe Rauroao; company l" 1 J and had tilt' riffht of WSV all B J long Uie hue. The distance from I r a tn. Phioeivn is ricl ' Angeles to Chicago is 2,2(.v-, , rtl,u ulc olULL spct-iai WtP nines ttiiii me ocott sptciai cover-. cd the instance in 44 Hours " r, ........tiiii Preah Candy and Nu at Uncle Steve's. .When a certain well known humor ist tlrst started newspaper work ha took a house near Cincinnati, anil one day an actor friend went to dinner with him. The humorist told some new stories, anil ihe actor, turning to his host's little Kill, said: "Clever papa you've got, my dear." I "Yes " responded the demure little miss, "when there's company." Her parents had told a certain little gtrl that It was very rude to contra dict. She schooled herself against the practice, therefore, with great con scientiousness. Hut one day a half iiwiinij hi i-usut i 1:1. niailn nealnst ner bi toue unsuapectlng member of the grown-np part of the house, nearly made her fall from a state of grace. Luckily, her Imaglaatlon supplied her win, a mn.i.roinii.e " a vo ce trem- , hliui; with tears and passion, she1 BMpeg out: "I I really think yuu are uiMtHki.'U you j iu bi'iuit. Forced to starve. B. 9. Leek, of Concord, Ky. says: i prmu)tf rleticrlbd, bears ;1 ' I'... -20 years l sulleied agonies, 1 the tax tiodgers .and rjnng tliyn to with a sore on my upper lip, bo time. Taos county jaueetsi-iaeiit paiufqii sometimes, that I could j roll is the poorest in the territory nut eat. After vainly trying every all on account of many of our v. ill thm:,' else, I.cured it with Bueklin's to do oltiscni giving in their ptnyp. Anii 'i Stlv.'." I .'s grout f.yv burnH.erty for taxation far below its real unta ami wouuiIh. At F. C, Steveue, I 1' lilytv. Cnly2;.t. offlcal Directory. NEW MEXICO. ft.' H. Andrews Delegate to Conirress M. A. Otero Governor J. W. flaynold Secretary ' II. Is. ftrad.har Internal Uevf?,n Co, . t Burvevor ral. M O. Icwellyn (ieorife V. rltchad Att'y (i 'lor.l. G. M Forager U. 8. M l's'.al M.R.Otero' Register I.bp'; OiUre Fred Muller Hecelverl aA OfllM. W.TI. II. 'be welly n U.S. District A u.'y Hiram lla'dley Sup't I'ubl!c .'tistruction. J. TT. V aughn 1 Tre.-sure W. J. Sargent Auditor Chas. V.saft'ord Teavalliig AMlUof Page Ii. Otero (!amo iinif'Pislf Ward; D A. A. Keen CJnmmiaeioner of rublie founds. , H.O. Bnraum Bapertntendenl ol Fenitentiary, W. J, Mills Chief Justice Supreme District Judge. District Attorney. District Clerk . J ita Court. John It. Me Fie E, 0. Abbott A. M. Hergere TAOS Allex. Ou8do Man'tel Chacon Jose A Lupeji COUNTY. Commissloce's. , w , Treaourrer. Recorder S ip't ot BJkMl I'robate Judge Assessor Sheriff Jose M. Median Borique (jonales I inlel BlIOdftM Manuel Oarcia Tomai Itivea Silviiuio Euc'ero Tim thee.p men tif Now exico are happy the.-e ilnysv getting high prices for their m and tvo Uojr lnra a lifiui fur lmnlis. liitun wants free deiiyery of mail ami why not. Khe is agraw njg town and it will he a paying affair for the gbvernmeut' ' from the day free delivery is established- Genaral W. Y- Black mar, Com. mandrfr in.chief of the (Jrand ;.r my fJjfrtt RepabUe, died July 1 1 i(li 'A ri.ho. He was a brave sol dier a,nd very popular with big lomrarjea, 1 lie c4tnn seems quiet tfcose . . . W(Jrk la beiiur dctio in a practical manner. Thomas VV. Luwson mav have yd fidand him Belf yet he U tt,linK aon,e h, U)Rt ,0 lne i.freI11!1Pid financiers" squirm when . ' , . I they read his exposer or ' their g n may nave neep one ..I iiii-iii but ins present action is ! just and every true citizen rhould uphold him in his present tight. Oklahoma and Indian Vtrriton linld hit, Iv a Inn stelehootl riin- ventiou and have made arrange- ment to path their claim Eg pit hood in the next CongreM nJ propose to cut loose from ArilODK 1 XT Af..-:.. I. I.. ;.i .i It it just and much right to .1 . I- I IIAII II. II 1 I SL illlll ( klahoma hua as enter rhe t'::icn of States as one half the present utalea that are now I enjo mg tiiat rigiit. j I 1 The tax assessment n;ethpdB oi, ; , been .-ten for J tt I , several years. Here Hoping lor . ks trm I watt eel Qflfttl change is certainly greaUy ::eed; j t ... v. XT s.i I. eu ' oaiita re new 14.oa.1-j,.. ' hoped our as0efsfjr will gei after Tii Raton Ranpt is hotnn anil the editor is a wabipernar William "MK4innii of the Bla Jack Cnti of train roliVe-r, ... , was Feutencwi to a r.fe I irm i ... penitentiary 1 n the C r for Colfax county iu I899, hi sentence changed to te yeari Governor Otero on account of t boliavior. sd Washingt ffi !ttrr Crt'.n Inttresl w tlie appoitttOKIIt bj thi rcsi..' . V;:iiairt C. Calhoun ofChicag a -pecial ootnmissionci to Vct . ..tela there ascertain the squitiM of the New York an I Beniiu I -Asphalt case an other claiuT? a gainst Yenezin.la ftbd to look into conditions 1:1 the Castro Repnoiv gen'eialy. Ji is known that ;vi President intends to mukc an tenure report to Qonfiress on Vei exuelan affairs and it is assui I that the infunr.ation Jftthere I b Mr. Calhoun who inatic a si ail investigittiou of C.uban afcnrs for President McKinley yill bi tuerj .1 1 J .c r. ut. as lie DOS1S Ol .1 110 n'-Mni-iii - I euezuelau message. The KandaJ in the Depau ettl of Agriculture in connection ufith l(ie leak of citton stats,tios 1 monopolized puhlic attention Washington tills weel, to the ex cluslop of nil Qtlier subjects. Early 1; the ivceU ScpiQtar' Wilson an uomiced that, .dsotiiafe Statistic ian Holmes, having been disin;ss oil from the lei vice, the incident was closed and that no furthoi investigation would be conducted unless Mr. Cheatham, ,Secretnr of the Southern Cotton Planters' Association, had further clews to pSqr- When this decision of the Secretary of Agriculture was mad public it raised great indiguaC in cnnir nilnr V u im1 t Vl o ai. 111 ,-iiiv. it 1 vw 1 auu uiv 1 itipn pfcis charges the- Secretaiy with trying to husli the i; att up, to sa,ve he Chief Statistician johr Ijdjc,-etc. When tlieron li' m SfcretarA of Agricnlti : teac led the ears of tite Pre he became .itidinr. 1 p. .doigh he does no- lt enk.. cjpufidence iu Secretaiy Wilsr he immediately di:ected that -Bureau of Statistics be probeu the bottom and that no stotu left unturned which might hiding an orhcia! unfaithful bit rust Secri.-taiA Wihson, s always gentle gudamen bp be lf 10 th- last siuvtrpatioti frnm Hem jjccprdtojjly tumet ' Pfi? !" tM case over u til j Pn.iiient of Justice and wili twenty-foar hoam the conch:-Ion I wis reached that theorise ma M . 1 j 1 suitit ient gravity to warrant subiiiission.to-tlie grand jury. us Our Monthly PuhliT.tiou will keep you posted cn our work and met'iiod&. 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