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i'. 1 "' a 4- i ' M 1 L jL. O fMrUAcof Mvory 7hurtdp at Jifirl JEtherr, Tan County, Net M'ttto. VaMUtONT 0, HTKVKNK. PtBIiIBHBI nt1 M Seaotvd-Class Matter (ilic Ktt. Nf Mexico. Potfficei RATK8 OF HOBHORIFrtOK. kly, per year f-VRft Witkly, six month 75 ekly, three mowtbn 40 LOCALS. S. W. Thompson and K. P. Wok tafcy visited Ehssabethtowii, poster Ucb 8tfeY bought, the Callen br stock of candias. Koe in and M I. Pierco mid BbbdgM re 'lbecftn cutuu -Tat-aday, from Klia- hinwm. B i Jry Fbwrd mid the M"iaen H'tii-i nnd Stella Xtonng vinitud at Mrr. F. J. 'allendei- closed out fkf flalleiiiUr store and loft for ft aett threeor fhnr month. When in Ehsabethtown call at the Miner's lun and get a "square tea)." Una. James Victors is in charge. Andy Mauaon who ha been pending IKe past sw mi.ntli in k ceal part ot the temilory re timed eawp Tuesdniyk to look uf ter bis utining uitaifbt.. Elmer E. S'mlley, one of the leading atti'vnryu of Union, and Worth Suvy.tfl' were in camp tliin week ou alt toming. They will upend a few dyt lehing hi CabrestO'luke. Mr. and Mrs. S. (1. Haiyh. and laby Hntb, who have been upend ing a few weeks in eansp viaiting friea)a and t 'king an ouliug lei t lor their Triiuttd home Tuesday. Wis O. CXle, iaanranflti and real esiatn ngeiit, of Las Vt ;.', was in eaiup this week, taking and outing nd oa the aide looking afitel liuai liens. Mr. QyU M a plenaant gon-th'ai-ii m: w ounkinvf tor tha up b ' i 1 ' i iiic it Niw Hesiou. li. A. YHMig k tteMia are prepar inK U iuov.- their store to Eliza-bi-ili tvwrii,. thU laonth uiid all por eonn rttdebted tu them, are leqested to ( .ui nixl settle before August 20th a we desii e to iihi all out- iding aceoiwi's in ly that time. FariuiugtoH Enterprise: Thar day evt-niug at H:30 p. m.. Mrs. Frank Staplin entertain- d several friends at kev residence ou Wall $treet, in honor of Imt sister, Mrs. W. E. SoWera, who left, the follow ing morning for her home in Taos. N M ., after spending two enjoya ble weeks with her sister. A letter received in camp from formerly Misa Bertha Hamblen states ahe hs married in Idah to Eilward HbiekJe who is quite well known In thia section. Mrs Shields two and three years ago taught our public school. She has many frieuda here who with the Prosper tor 'H-rt them a hapiy voyage of Afddstl life. Public is Aroused. The pablic is aroused to a know ledge ot the cura'-ive merits ot that great medicinal tonio, Llectrie Mil ters, for sk'k stomach, lifer and kidneys. Mary H Walters.of 54(i Ht. Clair A ve.,Coluiubiia, O., writes: "For wvrral oioutiin, 1 was given up to die. I had fevor mid KU,my nerves weie wrrekei! ; I could not sleep, and my 8touc h wun so veak, from ueelss doctors' dnigH, that I could not eat. boo after beginning to take Elictnc Bitters, 1 obtained re'ief, and in a skorL inue 1 au en tirely cured." Guarautesrl at K. 0. ttisTSBs' atore; price &0c. Dr. E: H. Sharraed, wtfentid two boys, down on the Columbine. The Editor ot the Propeotor visited in Elisrabethtown today, B. J. Youmr bad bid- look Tues day as one ot his horses brolae her leg on his way to Klinabetlitowu. Willie Hatton mid two other boys from Teroio. Colorado, passed through mp tbiaweek to.Cabria to lake on a fishing trip. C. B Floyd,, son Bawdry and N. U. Ray nor who have been spending the past week with, W. J. Floyd, lelt for their iioine near, Trinidad, Colorado, yesterday Charles Brink made a flying visit to lit. (ilarland, past weekjuid reports Mrs. Brink as making a sucoeaa in the hotel busiuese- at that place. J. Ml. Moad, and A. D. Hhwk left for Xaoa this morning. Mr. Moad is one of the Jury Commis sioners which will be in session tomorrow. Prof. Louis-C. Graton made out camp a visit the past tew days, vn der the direction of Prof Walder mar Liodreu, the well known au thority ou oro deposits, ot the Unit ed Slates Geological Survey. The main object ot this visit, isto learn of the occurrence and one deposits, and incidentally acquire, as much information as possible of' the gen- leral geoliy of the country. The field work will consume several months and several more will be ypeot in Wnshinuton in preparing the report which will be published by the government and distributed throughout the territory. Dc Hi (! Calvin G. Clclinili I Vn Old Soldier auJ Citizen Gone to Beat. In I'riuAdad at the S'steit,' Hos pital, last Friday, Jluly '28, 1905, 'Calvin G.. Cleland died, having gone fiponi iid Uiver to the hospi- ial about a month ago, Mr. Cleland -was one of the oldest citiieus of hut. ..I U- i k ru ima jini r. iin wn ooru Hb yjii- ptiant, about seven miles from Morganfown, V. 'a., in Jannary 183(i. He wns a favorite uncle of ll'nited Senator James A. Iteming 'way of Indiana. In IS- !) lie came west and located in Denver, was a member during the Civil war, iu Troop B. First Colorado cavalry, and was mustered out at Fort Gar land. In LS(J7 he located at Trini dad where he resided until 1 ecame to Red River in 1800. Mr. Cleland was a good citizen and a true friend and was always liberal to those iu need, The past year he was a great snf ferer and iu a conversation with the writer just before leaving for Trinidad, he said his God had call ed him and ho was ready to go. He leaves a widow and seven children to mourn his loss who have the sympathy of their many friends. AMONG THE JAPANESE. Kissing and snaking hands are rare ly practiced In Japan. The Japanese "Hello" at the tele phone Is "Moshi inoshi." or "Ann ne," with the accent ju the "nay." 7he Japanese tarewell. "Sayonara." neans something like "If It must he so," or "If we must part tbifli, so be It." The Japanese have a malted prep aration Known as ame. which Is a kind of candy or barley sugar, made by the action of barley malt on glutinous rlcs. A Touching S'ry is the saving from death, of the ba by girl of Geo. A. Eyler, Cumber land, Md. He writes: "At the age of 1! mouths, our little girl was de clining health, with serious Throat Trouble, and two physicians gave her up. We were almost in dispair, when we resolved to try Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption, Coughs atifl Colds. The first bottle gave relnf after taking four bottles hhe was cured, and is now in per fect health." Never fails to relieve aud cure caugh or cold. At F. C. hieveus's; 00c and 81.00 guaranteed In t IK tl.IWjC L-L'itf.. .Ihu K. LwOUIIIS, K el si., vs.. N711. Fraaer Mo;mtln Copper OoMpati) ,)t al. ! NUTICK.. Kotice Is hrreby n.v n that the ud- I dersifnd. Fr ink ;4plin Ueeelver, sp polntednhy the Distrlot CotlM of the I'trnt jiut'cisi Bts:rfflt of the rrrltsr of Xew Mexice, selling within ami for tlit) county of T.ios In that cer'sln cause pending In Bald court wherein . I oh n E. Iianninp,. Keoelver of the Monumth Trust and Safe Deposit Cj?and Jphn W. Soholleld Receiver of the First Na tional Hank of Anbury I'ark, New Jersey, are plaintlRn sud the Fraser Mountain (."opper CoM William Fraser,. . C. Twlnmg. tbe First National Hank of -i.ntu Fe, New Mexico, John H. Wheeler, Jr ., ,sud All li'nknow Heirs sf lohalt. Wheeler, deceased, are defend tuls, will sell tor cash to lbs highest .and best bidder at the front door at the Court house in the tswii of Taoa In said Taos county,, among other things the following described property, to-wit: The Lake Fork, Llnlf way, Angle, Horsey, tV,noD,. Hillside, 3;rsy Shot, t.'pper and Mssa Placer mining claims, .together with Uo acres of ths Ureat Hssin l'lscer claim, being all of said claim except fifteen acres eff of the eastern Bide thereof belonging to Willi am Fraser, all of said claims being un patented, together with all the improve men's upon said Placer Mining Claims, also the personal property belonging to i in, Fasaer Mountain Copper Company, defendant, csusistlng of the furniture aud other personal property in and used In the hotel locsted on one of said mln-. itig claims; also a lot ot oopper tele phone wire, new, about iOUi pounds, water pleas, mining tools and mining fixtures ef all kinds and descriptions, blacksmith toolr.assxy office equipment bunk t oases and aquipments, several thousand Uriek,. about 8000 cords of cord wood and other articles to numerous to mention a full list of which will be furnished upon application to the un (Urmgned whose Post-office address is Farmington,.New Mexico, or to Willi- ,am Fraser hi Valde, Tiog County N.. M., oi lo A. H. KenehHii or N. Yi.. ;Laiighlln al Sjuih Fe S. M . All of said prupert; being tdtuated at the town ot Twining in said Taos Ci unij; said property will be ollrredi for sale and sold at the place aforesaid, jou the 25th day of Annual, 1905, at tlte ji.our of ten o'clock in the lorcnoon oi "oiid day, under toe directions and order of the suid Dislrisi Coun in HCcordance- vit h h dfcrf-e rnoder-d thcruka on the I'.liii day of July, IU "i,. odilnc Baidi sale., Cash will be r-ouieu" for all pur ehasea ot said p"asoual property,.and at Hii8t ten per veal.. of the purchace price of each of said raining claim and in no ene less than $1U0. easli for each, ol sal4 claims will be required, except as otherwise provided by the terms ef said deoree, and l 'in purchaser will receive a deed upon c vitirmetio-u of the sac by 'the Gourt uC thi said mining olainis, the personal property will bw delivered, logel her witi' 'nil of sale for lhepa nieiit f'T tin- ; U by I he purcbsses. FrsnH ii li- , R ceivcr, 1 arrxiinuton, N. M. Fiiet I'ublleition July U7. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION . Homestead Kntry No. 4750, Department of the Interior, I -and Otflee at Saata ;Fe, New Mexico. July S2, 1W05 Notice Ib hereby given that the following-named settler has tiled nOtlce of his intention to made final proof iu suppert of bis elaim, and that said proof will be made before the probate clerk at Tao, S.M., on Sept. 7. 19X, viz: Teefllo Vrigil. lor the lha N. Lots .'i & 4, See. 5, T. 89 N., U. 13 K , He names the fallowing witnesses to prove his continuous resideuee open and cultivation of said Una, viz: .uan N. Gomes, of Cerro, N. M. Francisco Cortes, of " ' Teodoro Vigil, of Abeliuo Gvion, of H Manuel It. Otero, Register. First Publication July 27, INS. NOTICE Of KOKKSlITUKE. To L. C. fuckett bta legal reproteutstlv or assign : You are hereby notirted that 1, theun igued, has ezprnded one bundreil dullora oo - 'i of the I'laima or two hDDdred dol ara ou both claima durlDjt the yer tHOi, lo labor and Improvement upoa tba following lode clalnia tltuated lo the Had Kiver Mining Uutrlct In tba county of Taoa and Tsr'itory of New Mexico ano more fully dearriued lo the loeatiou certiHcatea which re recoded Iu in tba inloirg record of the County of TaoH and territory of Newt Uevieo: Tlte Quid King lulniog lode claim, a recorded Murch liHiid 1II0U, In Book '22 ou Hage 12t, ald ulaim bitving been locat rd ou J 'in. .iili i-.ei; aud the Uold (uaan mining lode claim ia recorded April llltb IfilO, iu Book Nu. '22, ou Pape lao, aaid ul.om baving beu located January Hub, IIIOO; S aid amcunt wan azpeudad during tba -mi. I year for Iba purpone of holding itld clani uuder tba provlaioon of actiuu 2H21, revised aMtntaa ol tbe United jjiatea aud amaiulmaut tbare to. aud if wltbln nloty daya altar tba norvlee of tbia uoilua by publioatlou, yon fall or refuaa to couSributa your portlou of mii li expenditure a co-ownr, together with ilia coat ot tba publication of Ibi notice, your ioteraat In tbia loda claim will tweome tba property of the under acribar. your oo -ewner. John L. Cuninilna Flrat Publioatlou liny U, lfloi. rDKAOUKrt General . Drv Goons, Boots axd 5hoks. PRE8H And SALT MTTjVTv. Come and See Oux Goods and Get Prtees. THEIMORENO VALLEY STAGE and FREIGHT LiNE H. H. HANKINS, Manager.. Will Take You to the Gold Camps ot Western Colfax County Red Rfver an4 La Belle New Mex, Stations at Springer, Cimarron, Ute Creek, Baldy and Elieabethtown. POST OFFICE STORE. Books, Drugs, Hotions, Stationary. School books foi sale rent. Call and see in our line. I nromotlT crocurtd. 0B NO TZt. Seal model. ikeU. or photo for fr 4 report on pfttentftUlity. Book "Howl ) rSEE. Fftireet tertne erer olTorvd to invrutore. ouduiiu.il ana rorelnreuoutna iraae-Aiarx,, ) PATENT LAWYERS OF 1 TXAKttf rSACTIOE. 20,000 PATINT8 PROCURED THMH6H THIL ( ) All Lueineee eonfidentidl. Soana afvUe. FiitafeH Iverriee. Moderate ehtrrei- ffiuC. A. SNOW & CO. PATENT LAWYCR8, Opp. U. 8. Patent Offici. WASHINGTON, D. C STAGE LINE. FROM Ft. Garland to RedRjver! Pi v ID GOLD. MANAGER. Station at Ft Garland, San River J. H. MORELAND, MINING ENGINEER AND U. S. GOV'T ASSAYEU Write For Price And KnyelojM Km Mailing Samplei. 14 W. Miasourl At. Kansas Citt, Missocm. Subscribe to the Prospector: It is the Official Orpan of the Red River Minicg Lhstrk-t. It is t be Oldest Paper in Tana Couaty. It is the Only Paper Publisbl in the Gold Belt of Northern Tan County. IN Merchandise Soiajub AND Fanqv Qhoctoiks njn.r Muni .PJ. at all times and novefc to us wben you want anything KILL the OOUGH AND CURE the LUNGS Hr. King's WITH !sw Ossccvsry 0N8UPTI0N Pries FCll I OUUliS und C0cl$t.0i W" d 2 ill 1)3 Free Trial s at und v.uickr,t Cua for all IOAT and LUNG wmtiVB- I , orTONT7Y B.'-.T. 8uret 'X HBO AT TjFS Luit, Qottilla, Cerro, Questa and Red DCFOm I ruiunaau - -w THE HEW HOME tEWIHQ MaOHIHE C0MPAR1 o'insi, aiaaa. Many Sawing Machln are madatoaall roiard baa ol quality, but tha " Mouae" is mad ta wear. Our guaranty navar run out Wa make Sewing Machines to suit all oondftiona af the trade. The "Wow atemse" stand attha bead of all Unli-KTmt! lamlly sawing macalnet Mold b suitltekrlae dealer ouljr. ata. awuaa T..U.m mm fVrtAP WrltA WP'atir-trn Vprf,j"tjp r0pv,ny (.prlqaar, vi M'-mi Attoriicj-iii-1,11, I'l.tClik.c In aii. Vac L..ls. TAOS, KRW MRX. E. C. ABBOTT, STRICT ATTORNEY. SANTA FE. N. M J. YOUNG, Notary Pnblic. RKO RIVER M "V MF.I FREMONT 0 STEVENS. NOTARY PUBLIO. PROSPF07OR OFFICB, RED RtVER t.M. DR. CLARENCE R. BASS Physician and S.urgeoa, KBABSTWToWlf. NEW 111 J; B. LUSK, LAWYER Prompt attention to all btiMnt intrusted tp ny ire. TAOS, new raco. EDWIN B. SEWARD- .TTORNKY AT LAW, Advice Council in Mining Matter a Specialty, TKKS l-IKDUKS, view UXI, ELMER E. 8TUDLEY, CoirvsKLOK at Law, MraoiALTr or Uisimg Law. Raton, New Max, T. D. Parker Assaver, Chemist and Metallurerist. 121 Champa Street. Denver,- Colirado, 'Sort line of the Mi DENVER ANO RIO GRANDE RAILR0A5 f ASbiNQ THROUGH SALT LAKE CITY Or ff fr en J from Ma PattM THE POPULAR LINE TO C. Leadville,Glenwood Jsprings.Aspc AND GRAND JUNCTION. THE MwST DIRECT ROOTE TO Trinidad, Ssita Fe New Mexico PnUffl Btachinff all ttM prinotptl towns And miAfi TilE TOIEIST S FAVORITE M TO ALL MOUNTAIN RESORTS. All through trains equipped with laHmau Faroe aud Toarlet bleeping Care. For alanitlr UlMitated deaatlpUT boolfa trea ef cuit, adansa i. t. ttfnn, m.mm. tt 1004 aameasta-llft. mga. Seal lees. a I, t MVfcR. COLORADO. 60 YKARS' CXPERIBNCC a 1 nana maraei CofTMIMl B eVa. Anrona aaadfag aakMrk and quickly nsoartaln ar oiam : iDvenllnr. Itt proliahly pataasab tlnniMtrlrtlvooudderitUI. Hnnd em free, ukleiit weHey fer ieiikag aaiseaa Patent Sake tTiroaah Huan A . naasM 1 Moial notice, without aaarga. In the Scientific flmcricitt, nelr lllnslrated weekly. lyjaeaS JS r.l K'Kutlde loaraal. Terws. a I Sold t,yn aexKleeleea, MUNN & Cc.-8"""-' New Yoft