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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The chieftain. — 30 October 1896

rw al SaSaAnf ávi-tnarv V pf tui Amu into i jmir own unh?. litmtxc tf'Mi to S.X). UnarantoH bum hurrTa. UTO tu K ttat. .n 1 1 . .. . M llyrry Waoona and Uuud Carta. Itnubln i;i Vpi.l.ilM, and aid uror. 'rea. A A. T. cz Q. P. Time Table No. 2. EAST. El Pbbo 10 00 Albuquerque, P " Lnmy . !;5 P m 1 Vi-BM ' a m L. Junt " Kn8ns City 7 UO i m Chicago 10.8 p m No. 1, WEST. Chln-jro 10 " P m Kansas City l.ltfpm 1 Junta, ei'l?am Albuquerque 8.4.1 m KIPaso 11.40 m CUICAGO LIMITED. East. W'Bt: 9.20 am Albuquerque 11.50 a.m f .iyjpm Kansas City 8.10 m 8.30 a m Cblcago 6.00 p m nnimnn l.irketR tn nrlnclni-1 points in United Sta.eii, Canada and Mexico, and acciiledt tickets ou tale. LOCAL TIME TABLE. GOING NOUTII. No.8 Passenger 6 .13 p. m. No. 80 Way Freight 2:10p. ru. " 84Tb.ro " 95a. m. GOIXO SOUTII. Su.1 Passener 8 20 a. m. No. 8!. Way Freight l:!n. m. 83 Toro 5:12 P- m. MAGDALENA BRANCH. Daily except Sunday. Leaves 8.05 a.m. Arrives 12:15 a. m. Atlaptio & Pacific. TIME TABLE NO. 42. Effe...

Publication Title: Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The chieftain. — 30 October 1896

THE ClilEFTAIN. A TAX DODOINQ OUTFIT. Winters Cattle Raising Co. for taxes 1893, $, 587.60 Winters Cattle Raising Co. for taxes 1S92, 1,140.48 Val Verde L." & fr. Co. for taxes 1894, 1,353 00 Total I4.0S1.08 Lacuna Valley Co. taxes for 1805, Í 1,701.00 Laguna Valley Co. taxes for 1896. 1,336 .50 Total 7,i 18.58 Taxes now due and not paid. yj. W. Jones the candidate for county commissioner on the dem ocratic ticket is agent for these companies and was county com missioner from 1891 to 1894 in clusive as well as agent for these parties. Do the people want to vote for this man Jones for com missioner? The above is really only one company but has been changing around to dodge taxes. DID YOU EVER Try Electric Hitters as a remedy for your troubles? If not, get a bottle now and get relief. This medicine has been found to be peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure of all Female Com plaints, exerting a wonderful direct influence in giving strength and tone to the organs. If you have Lo...

Publication Title: Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The chieftain. — 6 November 1896

I MIMARES CD. THE CHIEFTAIN. zms FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED. VOL. 14 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1896 NO. 36 FIRST NATIONAL BANK TIIED CHUCST-A-IIT. ftcpnltliran at II time. Derntrd to th bout tntemit of Rocorro, Sown fon nt jr and tbs Territory In fcncr!. Glvn II ti Min ing nowi of thlt groat mlucral tcrUon. ALBUQUERQUE, MEW HEKICO. Authorized Capital Paid Up Capital, Profits and Surplus, Deposits, - OFFICERS $ $00,000.00 173.000.00 I.200.000.C0 Mc: Joshna S. Raynolds, President. M. W. Flournoy, Vice President A. A. Eren, Casbier. Frank McKce, Assistant Casbier. o UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY o --DEPOSITORY FOR A. T. & 8. F. AND A. & V. RAILROADS STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION" -or- The First National Bank ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. At the close of business, Thursday. May 7, 1896. RESOURCES: Loans and Discounts 687,828.49 8tock. Bonds and Securities 92,114.38 Bank Building, Furniture and Fixtures 40,318 00 United States Bonds $du,uuu.uu nmh on hand and Exchange. 386,591.56 Dash...

Publication Title: Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The chieftain. — 6 November 1896

THE CHIEFTAIN. IT CHIEFTAIN PUIUSHIRI CO. W. 8. WILLIAMS, Editor. TKCS Of HCB3CRIITIOK. (Strictly Id advaiiCe. One yeir 3 5 H l uioDtüf 1.B5 Official Ppcr of Socorro Count j. HURRAH FOR McKINLEY! He is Klcctcd President by an Overwhelming Majority. A GLORIOUS VICTORY! For the Republican Party, in this, the Year of Our Lord, 189G. II. O. Bursum is elected sheriff. Cypriano Haca is elected asses sor. McKinley will be the next pres ident. Jose E. Torres bate juJge. is elected pro- Henry Vincent is elected school superintendent. All will feel relieved that the election is over. Some of our democratic friends are feeling pretty sore. Socorro county elects the whole republican legislative ticket for this district. - business will pick up from this date, and ty next spring things will be moving. Mr. Fergusson's election means that New Mexico will not be ad mitted as a state. Confidence is restored and busi ncss over all the United States is already beginningto pick up. I he people showed b...

Publication Title: Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The chieftain. — 6 November 1896

Saontha ta Tase. Vat omale copo- af say ama, sMraaa, Tfc HW8 riinrTWQ CO.. Denver, CalartO. -j-. í v . nT rnurn tonr nr Sw rui tha ro renrorr 'f A tttt fina 'f. vJ ""l'r 1 la:.l 1 r .o..i hi, i, l a r.-.. lrrv. 'i ..Inr of 1. i... lr.....ely Tfr-vtM. trtM'nf t-r..,-ht: p-nTMirMI'-n ! uo ."api-. t frLit vrr lirrrv. cil r il.il k tit" : 1 1 f r l.'nt.ir.'. r-í-i,.tn j t1. Motll ;t.-j b. sao. Jaatwtt aam aa en trr avi tn darroaa. II11 to liiNLan Juan Jose Baca, RECOMPENSA Nosotros los avajo firmados pargaremos la suma de cien pesos como recompensa por el arresto y convicción de cualesquier per mente o robando animales per teneciente a cual quier miembro de la associacion decria de ganado del condado de bocorro. Juan José Baca, FIRST: Corra.rvor.dar.ca la aoliartaa rafardlnf Mambarahip " and " Offioial Corra. ponían." A. T. & S. F. Timo Table i No. 2. EAST. - Kl Paco A'luqurr;ue, Lamv La V'-BM La Junta Knn City C Incalo No. 1, WEST. Cliirajjo KuKiias City .A Junta AUxiqunrque Kl Po ...

Publication Title: Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The chieftain. — 6 November 1896

Guama. 9 9 SB g 89 V 8 tff.J..,W,.Uw.i , THE CHIEFTAIN. This seems to have been some .thing of a republican year. Abran Abeyta the democratic candidate (or county treasurer is elected. A fine baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. li. L. Hrowne last Monday. See the announcement of the Pony and Dug show in another place in this paper. The latest returns show that VV. K. Martin is elected to the council from this district by a small ma jority. The ladies and children will find great amusement in the Pony and Dog show to be given next Thursday and Friday. The vote is so close on the board of county commissioners that the result cannot be told until the returns from all the pre cinta are in. The senate will be composed of ninety members of which the republicans will have forty-six, democrats thirty-three and silver rites eleven. Was Chavez and Porfiro San chez the republican represent atives for the district of Socorro and Sierra counties are elected by good round majorities. The next congre...

Publication Title: Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The chieftain. — 13 November 1896

THE BFTAIN. WEFTAIN JOB ROOMS. IN EVERY RESPECT FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED. VOL. 14 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 4896 NO. 37 THB Ol-TtHirTAIN. rnbllfi at alt timet. Perot to tu bMt IntetMta of Kooorro, 8ooorro county and Ui Tsrrltory In g-encnil. Qlrw sil th BUi lot Mewl of this frost miner! section. CHI FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUERQUE, flEfJ UEXICO. Authorized Capital - Paid Up Capital, Profits and Surplus, Deposits, - - - OFFICERS Jeshua 6. Raynoldi, President, M W. Flournoy, Vice President o UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY o -4-DEP0SIT0RY FOR A. T. & 8. F. AND A. & P. RAILKOADS.- 8TATEMENT OF THE CONDITION or The First National Bank ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. At the alose of business, Thursday, May 7, 1896. RESOURCES: Loan and Discounts 3 587,828.49 Stocks. Bonds and Securities 92,114.33 Bank Buildmg, Furniture and Fixtures - 40,318 00 United 8tateB Bonds $'250,000.00 Cash on hand aDd Exchange 386,531.56 Cash Reaonrcoa 60,501.56 ToUl .81,356,852.43 LIABILITIES. Oaptal 8tock ...

Publication Title: Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The chieftain. — 13 November 1896

. SOCORRO, THE CHIEFTAIN. IT CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHES CO. W. S. WILLIAMS, Editor. TERM 8 OF SCnsi'WITION. iHtrirtly in ml yunce. One yrar 3.r0 H x moolht 1.26 Official l'per of Socorro County. Bryan was considerable of a .circus even if he didn't have a .show. Though only a few days old, (the business boom has added hundreds of millions to values in this country. While it always helps a man's chances for the presidency to be nominated in Chicago, it appears to be essential in some degree that he should be nominated on a respectable platform. In eighty-four cities which in I892 gave Cleveland 932,502 and Harrison 800,044, McKinlcy re ceived 1,277,889 and Hryan S44,- 85. The popocratic attempt to swallow the democratic party was ft howling failure. A million plurality! When all the tcturns for last week's elec tion are in and the official count in each of the states is completed, McKinley's popular plurality will be shown to be in the neighbor hood of 1,000,000. As the count now stands, hi...

Publication Title: Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The chieftain. — 13 November 1896

A. T. & 0. F, Time Table No. 8, EAST. El Paso 10 00 t m Albuquerque, 8.45 p in Lam y 11.H5 p m Lm VVgM 2 M a m La Junta 10.55 a m Kaueas City 7.00 a m Chicago 10 8pm Ko. 1, WEST. OilcaRO 10.00 p m Kansas City l.liS p m La Junta 9 30 a m Albuquerque 2.45 a m El Paso 11.40 a ra CHICAGO LIMITED. East. West. 0.20 am Albuquerque 11.50 am 6.00 pm Kit 1 1 sus Cuy 9.10 am 8.30 a m Chicago 6.00 p m Coupon tickets to principal points in UoKjd Slaves, Canada and Mexico, and accidcdt tickets on sale. LOCAL TIME TABLE. GOING NORTH. No.2 Passenger 6.12 p.m. No. 86 Way Freight 12:H0p. in. " 84TUro " 9:55a. in. GOIXO SOUTH. So.l Passonirnr 4. 48 a. to. So. 85 Way Freight IMv. m. "83Tliro " 4:80 p.m. MAGDALENA BRANCH. Daily except Sunday. Litares.. 8.-00 a. m. arrives 12:45 a. m. Atlantic & Pacific. TIME TABLE NO. 43. Effective November 4th, 1896. WESTWARD EASTWARD STATIONS. No. ft No. 1 No. 3'No. 4 10.25p ivCuicago or 10K)i 2.25p Kan. City" 7.05a 9.45p Denver 6 OOp 9 :5,i La Junta I2.05i 1....

Publication Title: Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The chieftain. — 13 November 1896

THE CHIEFTAIN. In the mandamus case regard ing the returns of Precinct 34, Judge Hamilton, today (Satur day) issues an order for the can- vassing board to count the vote. Your boy wont live a month. So Mr. Oilman IJrcwn, of 34 Mill Si., South Gardner, Mass., was told by the doctors. His son - had lung trouble, following Ty- (hoid Malaria, and he spent three tundred and seventy-five dollars with doctors, who finally gave him up, saying: "Your boy wont live a month." He tried Dr. King's New Discovery and a few bottles restored him to health and enabled him to go to work a per fectly well man. He says he owes ) his present good health to use of Dr. King's New Discovery, and knows it to be the best in the world for I.ung trouble. Trial bottles free at A. K. Howell's drugstore. Sold by all druggists. On Monday last the United States court of private land claims, his honor Chief Justice J. R. Reed, presiding, met in Santa Fe. The court will be in session until about'January 1 st. FREE TIL...

Publication Title: Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The chieftain. — 20 November 1896

rm OB ta: THE CHICFTAIN JOB ROCMS. COMPLETEJÑJVERY respect FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED. I i 1 J V m n 1L VOL, 14 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1896 NO, 38 Tlim CIIIE'P,Tx.IlT. tpr.1Ilran at nil tlmrs. ' Iivnt! to tli bat tntr(a of Rororro, Socorro county and the TcrrlU-ry In Central. Glvea all the Hln liif icwi of tbU great mineral aerUoii. A- &A, AA U-J i ; r 'FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALCUQUZr.gUaZ, kew lsekico. Authorized Capital - Paid Up Capital, Profits and Surplus, Deposits, - OFFICERS- Jeahua B. IUynolds, President, ' M. W. Flourooy, Vice President O UNITED STATES -DEPOSITORY FOR A. T. & 8. STATEMENT OF T1IE CONDITION of The First National Bank , . ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. At the close of business, Thursday, May T, 1800. RESOURCES: Loans and DweonnU 8 5S7 ,828.49 Storks. Boutin and Securities 92.114.38 Bank Building, Furniture and Fixtures 40,318 00 United Btates Bonds $250,000.00 Gash on band and Exchange . , ....... 386.591. 56 Gash Resources fi?,(),591.5G Total .1,3...

Publication Title: Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The chieftain. — 20 November 1896

THE CHIEFTAIN. 8T CHIEFTAIN PUSL1SMINQ CO. W. S. WILLIAMS, Editor. TEKM8 OF HCBSCRIPTION. (. Strictly In advance. One year 9 RO j I rAuuths 1.25 t0Wal Paprr of Socorro County. The farmers of the United States have shown that they are iioi to be swept off their feet by hysterical politics. v Fryan might as v eil abandon the idea of prolonging the silver agitation. He can not possibly make his circus a continuous show. The National Irrigation con gress will meet at I'hoenix, Ari zona, on the iCth of next month. The report is that it will be largely attended. .The restoration of prosperity will be gradual, of course, like the recovery of a patient from a pro tracted illness, but it will come, and come to stay. Sure enough, the campaign of education resulted in a majority of the electors of the United States passing a satisfactory ex amination at the polls. We have not quite concluded what we will d with our ex-pres-idents, but some people seem to think iljis a good idea to ng our presi...

Publication Title: Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The chieftain. — 20 November 1896

f -- h-....,,.,.., Tr, 11 n r t 1 . 1 ." ' L S.nh Kíl laii.f.aiif.Harara Aman. arliina n a- ) ti: A. T. & B. F. Time Table , No. S, EAST. YA Pano 10 00 a-ra Albuquerque, 8.4S p m Lam y P m Ias Vegas 9 R5 m La Junta 10 55 am KanaasCity , 7.00 ro Chicago 10.8 pm No. 1, WEST. Chicago 10 00 p m Kansas City 1.1.5 p m l,a Junta 9.S0 a m Albuquerque 2 45 a m 1 Paso 11.40 am CniCAGO LIMITED. "East 9 20am Albuquerque 8.00 pm Kansas City 8.80 a m Chicago West. It. 50 a'm 910am 8.00 p m Coupon tickets to principal points in Ünlted Sia'es, Canada and Mexico, and accidedt ticket on aale. LOCAL TIME TABLE. GOING NORTH. No.8 Passenger 6.13 p.m. No. 86 Way Freight 12:M)p. m. "84 Thro 9:55a.m. GOING SOUTH. So.l Panaenger 4.48 a. m. So. 85 Way Freight I ". "83 Thro " 4:88 p.m. MAGDALENA. BRANCH. Dailv excerjt Sunday. weaves. .. : 8.Xa. m. arrives. . 12:45 a. m. Atlaptio & Pacific. TIME TABLE NO. 43. Effective November 4th, 1896. WESTWARD EASTWARD STATIONS. No. 0 No. 1 No. 2',No. 4 10.25pl I v...

Publication Title: Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The chieftain. — 20 November 1896

ta .J THE CHIEFTAIN. A GIGANTIC PROJECT. The Santa Fe Line ot Fiff Ocoan Steamer. A gigantic business project, at the head of which are President E. P. Ripley and Third Vice Pres ident Paul Morton ot the Santa Fe railway, haa been sprung on the business world, and is now attracting attention in New York, Philadelphia and Chicago in the cast, and San Diego and San Francisco in the west. The project is the establishment of a superior line of steamers to ply between the United States and Japan, which are to connect with the banta re system lines at either Sap Diego or San Francisco, The project is original with Presi Riplcy and has been urged by him since his election as president of the Santa Fe system. The following information con cerning the new steamship line has been sent out trom San Fran cisco: "One of the greatest projected enterprises now attracting atten tion in both the cast and west is the heavily backed proposition of a number of American capital ists to establish on the ...

Publication Title: Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The chieftain. — 27 November 1896

nrnr CHIEFTAIN. THE CHIEFTAIN JOB ROOMS. COMPLETE IN EVERY RESPECT FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED. VOL. 14 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1896 NO. 39 Tilia omapTAnr. Hrpúlillran nil tlmm. Davntrd to the bíH liil)rfi of Socorro, Socorro ionnty and tli Territory In (dirruí. Clvc all the Mío liif twi of Uiii great Biiuprel section. FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUERQUE, KEW I3EXIC0. Authorized Capital - Paid Up Capital, Profits and Surplus, Deposits, - - OFFICERS- Joshus 8. Reynolds, President. M. W. Flournoy, Vice President 0 UNITED STATES 0-DEPOSITORY FOR A. T. & 8. STATEMENT OF -or- The First National Bank ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. At the oloseof business, Thursday. May 7, 1896. RESOURCES: Loans and Discounts t 687,828.49 8tock.' Bands and Beourilirs 92,114.38 Bunk Building, Furniture and F xtures 40,318 00 Unif ed States' Bonds $250,000.00 Cash nn hand and Exchange 380,591.56 Cash Resources 636,591.66 Total.. SI, 350,852.43 LIABILITIES. OapUal Stock S 100,000.00 Burplus and Uudividud ...

Publication Title: Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The chieftain. — 27 November 1896

THE CHIEFTAIN. IT CHIEFTAIN PUSLISKINQ CO. W. 8. WILLIAMS, Editor. TERMS OK HCBSCniPTION, (Strictly lu adrsr,ce. One year 2.ro Bs tnoDiht 1.85 Official Paper of Socorro County. McKinley is elected. It means that thousands of men and women now idle will have a chance to earn a living; that hungry mouths will be fed and poverty stricken homes be made happy. There are many arguments for the appointment of a secretary of mines and not a valid one against it. If the campaign of education is pushed with vigor the argu ments will win and mining will have its representative in the cabinet much sooner than some people expect. Albuquerque Citizen. At present the only clouds up on the financial and industrial condition of the country are the increasing deficit in the National Treasury, due to the inadequacy of the revenue, and the possession of American markets by foreign manufacturers. Both of these evils the republican party is pledged to correct. The Globe-Democrat that: "Those who arc insi...

Publication Title: Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The chieftain. — 27 November 1896

7,3-n. .40p 9.36a 1.45 . 7.1()n 8.05a 11.10a 123T.p 8 Sfip amia? j) naTejnioa repucauon Dy nonrvt and aguar RECOMPENSA Nosotros los avajo firmados pargaremos la suma de cien pesos como recompensa por el arresto y convicción de cualesquier per sona o personas manejando ilegal mente o rooanoo animales per teneciente a cual quier miembro de la associacion decria de ganado del condado de socorro. Juan José Baca, Ramón C. Montoya, Secty. A. T. & S. F. Time Table 10 00 ra H.43 p m 11.85 p m 2.55 a m 10 r5 a m 7.00 a m 10 3 pm 10.00 p m l.iso p m 9 30 a m 2.45 a ra 11.40 am No. 8, EAST. Í1 Paso Albuquerque, Lam y Lu Vf EM I, a Junta Kansas City Chicago No. 1, WEST, Chicago Kansas City La Junta Albuquerque El Paso CHICAGO LIMITED. East. West. 9.80 am Albuquerque 11.50 a.m. 0.00 pm KauaasUKy :910am. 8.30 a m Chicago 6.00 p ui Coupon ticket to principa) points in United States, Canada and Mexico, and eccidedt tickets on sale. LOCAL TIME TABLE. GOING NORTH. No. 8 Passenger 6.12 p.m. No. 86...

Publication Title: Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The chieftain. — 27 November 1896

sv THE CniEFTAIN. jhí emit QUFjTioa. -Oríe oí the greatest hardships inflicted by the Wilson tariff bill was the ch?nge make by it in re lation to the importation of beef cattle. In 1894, while the Mc Kinley bill was still in force, the imports of live beef were 1,592 head, valued at $18,704. In 1895, one year after the Wilson tariS bad gone into effect, the importa tions had increased to 236,888 head, with a total value ofli, 448,5 12. This ;vas because the McKinley bill rharged 10 per head on every sort of cattle over two years old, while the VViIjoj. bill let them in on an ad valorem rate of 20 cents per 100 pounds, or an averse of i.río per head. As Mexico was at that time overstocked with unsalable cattle, and as 55 in American silver would (owing to the depreciation in Mexican silver )buy ? steer weigh 1,000 pounds in any of.tlie Mexi can states near the border, w.c men in Texas and elsewhere made a great deal of money out of it. ljut eveiywhere cNe it was a wholesale disaster...

Publication Title: Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The chieftain. — 4 December 1896

rmin I? THE) OIIIHUTT.A.IN. RnlMrnn at 11 timet. DrTntrd to th but Interim r Socorro, Rofoiro ronnty and the Territory In gonrrnl. (Uves 11 tlut Mtn liijf news of tliU crrat mineral imMIob. VOL. 14 -C. L. IIERRICK. F. G. S.A. C0N8ÜLTINO GEOLOGIST AND PETROGRArilER. 1 Aw ay i, Estimates and Mineral Survey. Office with J. E. Smith, Socorro, Now Mexico. WARREN FEROÜ8SON & BRCNER AttouketsAT Law. Albuquerque, New Mexico. C. T. CLARK ATTORNEY AT LAW. Magdalena, New Mexico. W; B. CHILDKR3 ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. M. JAMES G. FITCH ATTORNEY AT LAW, Socorro, N. M. Office In Terry Block. F. VV. CLANCY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, N. M. BERNARD S. RODEY ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. M All Branches of the practice attended to II. J. ADEKNATHY, FHY3ICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over Socorro National Bank B. F. ADAMS ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. M. Will practice in all the Courts. HExNll Y VINCENT DEALER IN -nl u liiU Full. Line of the Latest Notions always' on hand. Manzanares ...

Publication Title: Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The chieftain. — 4 December 1896

v ' ' ' 1 . ; T1IE CHIEFTAIN. 8T CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHING CO. W. 8. WILLIAMS, Editor. TEKM9 OK HCBSCRIITION (.Strictly in sdYsr.re. One rear. .. B't months. 3 f0 i.ta ÓíBoial 1'spcr of Sjcorro County. JACKY HAS COT 'ÍM. Every little while "Ex-Court Clerk" Jacky McCutchen, of So corro talks like a Chinaman with his queu cut off. In the last Issue of his paper, the Advertiser, Jacky says: "Judge McFie. VV. II. II. Llew ellyn and Fred A. Anderson came up from the suuth last night. It is said they were here to induce V. E. Martin to go in to a scheme to do up the terri tory." We would recommend about 'steen months of the Keeley cure for Jacky's case. Kincon Weekly. Jackey" you want to keep out of range of the Rincón Weekly man's guns, he carries too many brains for you. WHITHER HAVE THE FAKERS CCNE. What has become of the rabble of fakers who made day and flight hideous during the late re pudiation unpleasantness by Shouting from every vantage point the incomparable absurdities of 16 to i? ...

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