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A ; f 31. V 7 . t , , mm COUNTY PAPER, J. K.Cl'ltK., Proprietor. J.E. BELL, Publisher. One year . . . . , " $3.00 Six UJIHltfl I.W Tfurn months , , 1 NOTICB.-All local notices; uch at mining . V lirl otie.H, MIIUMIU JmU'UiM. -iiu4i'4 4. I I attachment, ' Lutid offlie notie-a and county I printing, will bo paid to J. K. C'urren, Lake Val ley, M . M. SATUKDAY, AUGUST 15, 1S35. Local News. , IlW doth the little busy fly ' Fercb on one'e bjilbona nose, ltd scratch the sculp of the bald-head man, Until he la nervous to hi. toe. Fruit of many kinds, at Herrin, Keller & Miller's. The new stock of eoods at Pr rault & Galiep' is immense. Call ud see for yourself. ; Advocate acknowledges a , . I .pleasant visit from Miss short arrtiil , Lizzie Gentlursdaiev01JlDg- Call again. Payday came and is j' aml although tho paymaster di tr,)at a-iittle thunder, the sky i clfar and bright igain. ' . ,'- Has "Jet's" brain taken a fest' orisJ.e suffrine from a rJ?6?- We are lookincr Br ; jtuff O aKJtmz glH-'1. 10 make a jot' on. y we imi a o.iu ' S ! g. Facbet,oo ? V XTand "rf ' rather fav mpressed 'itltlnt gO.jauner of 'JOjsq lto?r..loud aijd iust Lu, , 0 rio ff some years V ' Wl11 do share to en- " "usinessof Hillsronv" Fso'n has been cun- m at i is md for a tew days, ren- ga visit twta uv. Strong essary, hut we are glad to say hftt Muc is improving. We hope f jO si G o see him out and round again. Col Woodall, of Lake Valley, dropped in ut our office Thursday, and realizing the boom in Hill" boro, expressed to us his epiuioti of Lake Valley. lie reports the town as fast coming to the front Judge Sloan, of Santa Fe, was in town Friday, and spent the day arranging matters 60 as to have census of Sierra county taken, eh " through slothfulnesa was ected by Jacob Mitchell, who pointed to do the work. boro is on the move. Its e running night and dav. are still leasing, making money, rendering it with- oubt possible for our little (town to be embraced in the arms of white-wingged prosperity. Liout Hewitt, of the 19th in f antry. A- A. Q. M., and A. C. S., of the battalion of the 8th cavalry, ow ia this part of the couutrv, has been recalled to join hia regiment ;We join his many friends in wish ing the Lieutenant a safe journey And success.'. i m m "I V X b. outird r Capt Fechet and his troop are till here, and just as ready now for business as they eyer were, j Although they were foiled a eooplexf times with false alarm?, tiy do not despair of coming Serosa something to compensate j mfor the inconvenience of camp j tarjd their long separation from j h; proper Birih n. ' . Major J. A. Wilcox has tired of the inactivity of Jife. in camp near this place, and bis ssrvicos being required elsewhsre, he has gone to Fort Clark, Texas. - The Major leaves quite a host of friends in this section, and we unite in wishing him a prosperous journey. The Grant memorial services were well attended, the county be ing fairly represented. Capt. Fechet with his trop, Major Wil cox, Surg.. Strong, Lieut. Hewitt and Gaston, represented th 9 mili taiy. Col. J. Morris Young de livered un eloquent address appro priate to the occasion. The , Col. recited many creditable things from his personal remembrence of General Grant, he having been in the late war as a member of the staff. The flag in front of the Union Hotel was becomingly drap ed, and the court house was also draped in mourning fur the great est general the world ever saw. Every civilized nation in the known world sympathizes with us iu our loss. ; w - ' The Southwest Sentinel comes out pretty phtinly in its denuncia tion of General Bradley, and we would like to suggest that ha em body all his proofs in a report tc the proper authorities and . ask for the removal or trial of the general. It is quite probable that neither the. general nor his staff ever see a copy of the Sentinel, and that they are not aware of the existence of the sheet. The editor will get his name up, and the paper he pub lishes better known, if he will act on our Bugsestion. Bluster and bragsdo not go for much; we neod tangible proofs to make us credit rumors ' of that kind. General Bradley has, as far ns we know, done his duty as the . commander of an important section ' of the country, and if it suits tho opinion of some penny-a-liner to make as sertions derogatory to the charac ter ot that gentleman, we would like U see him do the square thing and accuse the general in an open and proper m an ner. ; The census of this county came near being omitted owing to the fact that the former editor of this per, Jacob Mitchell, who wns appointed and qualified ns enum erator fur this county, in June, and started out from this place to do the work. Un reaching the Polomas he got on a big drunk and that is the last heard from him. Repeat ed letters to him from Judge Sioan, superintendent of the census, brought ti reply, so the latter thought he was out in the field at work, until on Wednesday letters reached the superintendent,, who immediately came and placed 6ix men to work so as to complete it in the time required bylaw. The new men now at work are, J, E. Curren for Precinct No. 1, Lake Valley; G. E. Fuller, No. 2, Hills boro; W. E. Kei!, 3 and 9, being Kingston and' Hermosa; H. A. Wilson, 6, Grafton ; 10, Fairview, and 11, Chloride; J. Munger for 4, Las Polomas, 5, Cuchillo Negro, and 15, Engle; T. B. Savage for 7, Montecello, and 8, San Jose; mak ing six men iu all. This division of the county will enable all to do the work inside of Ave days. ': f o" ' " ' , ' If you should want an easy shave, As good as bailer ever gave, Just call, and at my parlor find A razor's edge to suit your niiad; I'll cutyour hair with grace. To suit the contour of the face. My room is neat, nnd towels clean, Scissors sharp and razors keen, And everything I think you'll find Tvt suit the taste and please the mind; An& a'l that art and skill can do, Kyv H call I'll do for you. X K. Mptix. COMMUNICATED . Placiers, Aug. 3, 1883. Mr. Emery loot a valuable horse a few days ago. Cause, rattlesnake bite. ' a The family occupying the upper part of Mr. Joseph Fuller's ttore will probably fly this week. Mr. Jack Sprueer has returned from a pleasure trip through New Tork State, after three months absence. : ; , Mi. Ed. Leftwich, who has been speudinga few days on the Animas river, says the crops are looking well; watermelons, especially. Mr. Chas. Sears has commenced shipping ore to the mill at Hills boro. Mr. Andrews has the ; con tract for hauling. Quita a lot of strangers have ar rived lately; some prospecting, others look v for Dry Washer giouuds. We wish them all suc cess. Mr. Jncfc Jones, the gonial and ever accommadating teamster, is full of business, having to ma'ie two trips a day to tho river in or der to keep up. Jqk will drive nights before he will let the boys get ahead of him. Mr. Chas. Longee passed through camp early Monday morning with a large load of vegatables forllills boro and Kingston, which finds ready Bale, as they are always fresh and Charlie is one you can rely upon. Mr. McPherson and Ssrgent Knight, who passed through here a few days ago an a pleasure trip to the Amimas, returtied this"even ing looking well and hearty, and sun-burnt Said they enjoyed the trip muchly. i Everybody is well, overybody working, and' when everybody is passing, everybody is buy, and bo 'do not bother everybody. - B. When you 'clip' give credit. It is better to do bo than to have some one to drop in and remark that you had a pretty good 'clip from Horn on a filsa'e 'block.' It is said tnat wnen a Chinaman strikes the earsth from a bucking broncho there lies a shapeless mass of brocaded siik, coarse black hair and taper nails and celestia shore tail and Oolong profanity and dis organized Chinese remains which have apparently com6 down from tho ew Jerusalem.and the coroner goes out on the street to get six good men and a chemist and they analyze the collection. They re port that deceased had come to his death by raason of concussion, in duced by a fall from the outer bat tlements of the sweet bye and bye. Bullion. Tue Diamqnd Creek Cattle com pany this year yut in as a trail a Kmali crop of vegatables, oats, wheat and alfalfa. The result is such us to encourage the boys to break more ground and put in a larger crop next year. , The alfalfa produced two crops notwithstand ing it had been fed down twice bv stray stocK during the Indian soars. It would be well for more of our rauchers and stock men to follow the example of the Liainond Creek Cattle company. As it is now, the greater portion of the vegetables, grain, etc., comes from abroad. There is plenty of fertile soil here which will grow all the grain and vegetablt i. cessary for home con sumption. Next year it is hoped that our- ranched will be able to supplv home consumption. This year the tillers of the noil in this section were unable to supply the wants of the market owin? to the Indian outbreak, which 'occurred just at the time when their crooJ needed the most atten, and . werf compelled to let their growin crops take care of thornsive which they wer nnablf to d v B!ak Kangev- r Notice of Administration. The undersigned AilmiiiUtraiUof tlifl eatateof the lata Otto f, Usnt, dona lieroby roiify oil person who owe the taid eatate to acttle all their indobtcdneaa. - Pitntonx bavins accouota aalnat the calate luurt prvaeiit Uitmi for exam iuaUen aud eeu;einotH. ' . LOUISE OH NTS, bbj 1 5t AdminlHtratix. ELLIOTT, PICKETT & ELLIOTT, Attorneys-at-Lav, Hillsboro. New Mexico S. B. Newcomb, Las Cruces, New Mexico. P. W. Parkku S, Al-KXASDKR. Hillsboro, N. M Newcomb Parker & Alexander Attoricj and Counselors At Low. Hillsboro, - - New Mexico. Uonnolnno JlOntoytv V Armljo Horses brand with MA on right shoulder, Range on the Itio Grande twenty-two miles north of Palomas, Postoilice address, Las Palomus JS'ew Mexico. Oonaoiano UontoynY Arm I. jo i 4 Cuttle branded with ft M on right hip. Kanso tm the Itio M,Orande, twenty-two Or? V leiiiile.s miles north of Lns Puloman, postotflce address, La Puloinas), New Mexico. -TIIE- mm Barber Sliop. N. K. MARTIN, Proprietor. f hillsboro, . - New Mexico. S. L. C. Sierra land and Cattle Company. Brand. S on shoulder, L on side and C on hip. Headquarters, Sienega Ranch. Postoflico addross, . ; : HillsWo, N. N. R. II. HO ITER, v - General Manager. Maiik. Half crop in each ear. Bkand. S on fchoulder, L on 6ide and C on hip. , , , Subscribe for the advocate. FAIRVIEW HOTEL, Fairview, - New Mexico. Mas. Mayer : Prokietoh All that the markets affords is sup. plied the table. The public nre re queued to t,ivc this houic a call. Caveats, Rc-issucss, and Trado-markg secured, nnd all other patent causes in the Tatent Office and before the courts promptly and carefuly attend ed to. , , -, " . , Fees Modcrata, and I make no charge unless patent is secured. In formation, advice and special refer ences vent ou application. .... . ?H V - t. J . It. Ju.lTTLK, ! Washington, D C. Noar I. .c. Paienf Off,p. LEGAL NOTICES. Notlwof Humaons, Tsiuutcbt o Nw Mexico, I CouirtroFSntKA j To 0. W. Dana: Wnrnt", on l hrSr4 day of November, A T. 1W1, rtn. fliud your atl'Tic claim to Lot Va. four()tn BlickNo. twenty-flve !t ) lu the 'I'ownof HilUttoro. In mid County and Territwy. Now, Thrfotc you nve commanded to oom ineiiue yuor action aniint Tlioma. India, tot determine jrntir teapiftlvs riphia to aid Lot wiihtn twenty dayn after aeivico of tula noticu on you, or you will be brrd from saerttiiK any right, title, Intereat, or eatate therein. ' J0SB TAFOYA. , l'BOBAT JtUOS. . July 4-t Notice For Publication. . ,. L..f Office at Las Okvcj August 10, 1383. II0TICE is hereby given that tho fol blowing iained settlers have filed notice of their intention to make final proof in support of their resjico tive claims before tho Clerk of the Probate Court, at II 1 1 Ihboro, N. M.,. on September 22, I8S3: Leandro Martinez on Declaratory Statement, No. 1G48, for w 1-2 s 1-2 sec 8 tp 15 s r 4w. Witness: Kpifanio Hi vera,-; if aula Cruz Kivera, Joe D. Teyes and Jesus Lucero, all of Siena county, f. M. Josel). Tcyeson Dcclaratury Statement No. 19o7, for K 1-2 N w 1 2 sec. 7 tp 1 1 R 4w. Witnesses: San ta Crua Kivera, Epafauio Hivera, Leandro Martinez and Jesus Lucero,".. all of Sierra county, N. M. Sunt Cruz Kivera on Declaratory State ment No. KU3. for Lots 3 and 4, sec. 2'J tp 14 s, u 4w. Witnesses: Lpi fanio Kivera. Joso D Teyes, Leandro Miittiue. und Jesus Lucero, all of Sierra county. N, M. Enifanio Riv. a on Declaratory Statement No. 1C41, for Lots 4, 5, 0, and a w 1-2 k 1-2 sec. 4, tn 14 a, a 4v. Witnesses:; Santa Cruz Itinera, Jose D. Teyes, Leandro Martinez and Joaus Lucero, all of Sierra county, N. M. Albert II. Chandler on Dcthiratory State ment No. 487, for 8 w 1-2 sec. 80, tp 15s, E 4w. Witnesses; Win. F. Hall, Judson E. Strong, J. M, Tom liiison and John North, all of Sierr county, New Mexico. Jons R. McFie. Register. Hillsboro, New Mexico. Notlocof Torfclturo, .Klnpxtnn, Slftrn county, U'errtutry of Nw Mi-xicu May miS8. To Frnnk s. Monro, Olllver E. airore, A U . Vo Dougal and c. W. I.yktt Notipe in hrt'y given to Frank B. Moore, Ol iver K. Moure, M. A. mciIoiicuI ij.hU c. W, l.yka Yn are hereby nntltled that ! have xpcnrtcil One (flWI) liunilred dollArf in labnr and imprnve menta upon the evd lode or mine wlttuited tit the Hiack Kangn Mining illtric Sterin County, Territory tif Nw Meilcn, in oriler 10 hold mid prunilan under the iirnvlatona of aec- lion KITFlll'Tm.TrfriW-rrrTH"o"Tt Ih'Ihk the amount renuired to hold the mine for the i-iar etf'tng December Slrt 14, and if with in ninety duya after thl v notice by publication, you fiiilor refnee to contribute your proportion of audi expenditure a a co-owner, your Interest in raid claim v-lll beiomr the property of the anbacriber uudi-r aaid at vtlon insit. muj.lfi-'oJ, Smw. Vi.tciNT WaLLAPR Notice of Forfeiture- 'Kingston, Sierra County, Territory of New Mexico, - May 30th ISSo. To J. C. Evans and F, E. Everett, j'ou are hereby notified that I have expended one (100) hundred dollars in labor and improvements upon the "Paris" or mine in order to hold said premises under the provisions of gee, tions 2324 Revised Statues of the United States, being the amount re quired to hold the same for th? year ending December 31st 1884, , and if within ninety days from the services of this notice by publication, you fuil or refuse to contribute your pro portion of such , expenditure as co owner, your interest in ssid claim will become the property of the sub j scriber, under said section 2S24. O. R. SYDNEY. Jl'orrcltur Xotlfe. Kingston, New Mexico, March 21,1883. ; To L. B. Reed: Notice is hereby given thAt the undersigned has performed the an nual assessment work for the ye' 1884, amounting t the syni of C Hundred Dollars, ($100),' upon Ohio mining claim, situated cW Elsck Range mining district ac,, of Sierra, Territory of Nera V18 reference being hereby ftocat,l county records as to dare llt reby and recoids, etc., anC :W your notified that unless ;fsment e' ' proportion of Bfl:.ftU owlstccrn pended, togethe t," ?f 1,1,6 ,n0 ing from the rce of. n,nfily tice within f not,,cf- '"r of the date-in'ng c,aun bo lerest in and beconJe isa PrH" come f.-tadcraigned: according to ertv Statutes, sec 2324. ;n;. , M. B. Donahue. '