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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The chieftain. — 29 October 1897

OHIEPTAIÍ THBJ OIIXIEF'TA.irT. ' ftfnbliran at nil tlniM. PeTofr to the bent IntcrMM of iM-orro, Soeorro eonntjr nd the TcrrlU-ry In general. UItpí nil tin Min ing newi of thla jira nilntrVl xwiltin. r r THE CHIEFTAIN JOB ROOMS. complete""every respect FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED. H SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1897 VOL. 15 NO, 35 T "TT" FIRST NATMAL BAM ALBUQUERQUE, KEH MEXICO. Authorized Capital - . ..-. Taid Up Capital, Profits and Surplus, Deposits, - ' OFFICERS Joshua 8. Raynolds. President. M. W. Flournoy, Vice President o UNITED STATES 4 -0-DEPOSITORY FOR A. T. & B. F. W. W, DUDLEY & CO. Attorneys at Law and. PACIFIC 622-624 F STIiEE T, N. W.. Unltod States and foreign patents obialnfld. Reject-d application proaecuted. Iulerfcrenr.e proceedings conducted. Tralle-roarks registered. Opinions rendered as to the acope, and validity of patenta. Copyrights lecared. D. WATTELET LIQUOK STORE LIQUORS- Finest line Wines, in LIQUORS; O 'sold only Also carry the very f...

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. — 29 October 1897

I IIS I II III II THE CHIEFTAIN. 1Y CHIEFTAIN PUIUSKIX& CO. W. S. WILLIAMS, Editor. TRM8 OF 8CB8CRirnOIi. (Strictly in advance. One year ft M 8'i mootbi 1.25 When its resources are de veloped there is room for a popu lation to be counted by the mil lions in New Mexico. There has been a great increase in the mineral output of New Mexico, this year, and this will be much greater next year. What's the matter with the political prostitute down at San Marcial? He must have been getting mad about something. Sheep that sold last year for from 75 cents to $t per head now bring more than double that price, or from $2 to $2.2$ per head. The price of lead last year was between two and three cents. This year the price ranges from four cents to nearly four and a half. With every thing doubled in price, that we have to sell in New Mexico, who is there who will say that prosperity is not felt out this way f The wool clip of this territory, for the present year, will be well along toward 4,000,...

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. — 29 October 1897

i'l-N We want a Namo, C!0f fhf mf and will nay Etfj,V3 - f' OSalMS nitores, ciases e Vlck's Isrenrlilna Aatrr, Sirvet Hmul Vnre. i ié'' tablre. mt.taia. and 0M Fk.w. HivretTlluralna diwrlrilons umz pat. r.!FU ss::its A T. & S. F. Time Table No. 8. EAST. Kl Paso 10.00 ra Albuquerque, 8.40 p to Lamy 11.85 pm La Vegas 3.M a m La Junta 10.65 m Kansas City 7.00 m Chicago 10.8 p m No. 1. WEST. Chicago 10.00 p m KanaaaClty 16 p m La Junta 9 80 am Altmquerque 8-45 a tu fclPeso 11.40 a in CUICAGO LIMITED. East. ,W"1 9.80 am Albuquerque 11.50 am 6.00 pm Kansss City 9.10 am 8.30 a m Chicago 8 00 p m Coupon tickets to principal poloU in United Stages, Canada and Mexico, and acculedt ticket on aala. LOCAL TIME TABLE. GOING NORTH. No.8 Passenger 6.13 p.m. No. 86 Way Freight 12:15 p. m. "84 Thro " .55a. m. OOIXQ SOUTH. !io.l Passenger 4 48 a. m. St. 85 Way Freight l&to. m. - "83 Thro " 4:24 p.m. MAGDALENA BRANCH. Daily except Sunday. Leaves 7 45 a.m. Arrives 12 .10 p. m. Atlaptio & Pac...

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. — 29 October 1897

corro, arUl has duly qualihed and of the city of Socorro, commenc THE CHIEFTAIN. This has been a bitter week for storms and blizzards alt over .the country. On the Atlantic coast tornadoes, hurricanes arid ' gSlc , did a great deal of damage. In Nebraska, the two Dakotas. and and throughout Colorado a fear- j ful blizzard of snow raged, and coming on suddenly as it did from the unusually warm weather for this time of year it is feared that there will be quite large losses of stock. In Denver the street cars were stopped and in these states the telegraph wires were down. In New Mexico the storm was not severe, yet con siderable snow fell in different parts of the territory. Here in Socorro there was quite a snow fall Tuesday night, but the ground being warm it thawed nearly as f ist as it fell. Wednesday night it was quite cold, however, and it froze ice. The weather has now turned warm again and good weather can be expected until about Christmas, judging from previous years. proved ...

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. — 5 November 1897

CHIEFTAIN. m- 1 j 1 Aepublicftn at all timen. ttoviitcd to tn twt lnloretls uf Bororro, Socorr evant u4 the Territory in f moral. Gives all tlw ! , Ing news of tlila (rant mineral fiction. n VOL. 45 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5,1897 NO. 36 FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALDUQUERQUE, KEtt E2EXIC0. Authorized Capital Paid Up Capital, Profits and Surplus, Deposits, - - OFFICERS Joshua 8. Raynolds, President. M. W. Flournoy, Vice Piesident o UNITED STATES -0-DEPOSITORY FOR A. T. 4 8. F. W. W, DUDLEY & CO. Attorneys at Law and pacific; 622-G24 F STREE r, N. W.. United States and foreign pi. ten U obtained. Rejected applications prosecuted. Interference proceedings conducted. Trade-marks registered. Opinions rendered as to the scope and validity of pítenla. Copyrights secured. D. WATTELET ILIQHCTOIR, STORE LIQUORS: LIQUORS; O sold only Also carry the very finest brands of Cigars and Cigarettes. Stock always new and fresh Manzanares Ave., next door to Post Office. BUT WITRHH I III I UI...

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. — 5 November 1897

THE CHIEFTAIN. IT CHIEFTAIN PUIUSKIS9 CO. TV. 8. WILLIAMS, Editor. TERM8 OF BCBSCnimOH. t Strictly In adrsocs. One year $150 Si monthi 1.25 THANKS6IYIX8 PROCLAMATION. In remembrance of God's good ness to us during the past year, Which has been so abundant, let 'us offer up to Him. tur thanks giving, and pay our vows unto the Most High. Under His watchful providencie industry has prospered the conditions of labor have been improvtd, the rewards of the husbandman have been increased and the comforts of our homes multiplied. His mighty hand has preserved peace and protected the nation. The respect for law and order has been strengthened, love for Irec institutionscherished. and alt sections of our beloved country brought into closer bonds of fraternal icgard and generous co-operation. For these great benefits it is our duty to praise the Lord in a spirit of humility and gratitude and to offer up to Him our most earnest supplications. That we may acknowledge our obligations as a people ...

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. — 15 December 1899

TH 7 'A THE CHIEFTAIN JOB ROOMS. cqmplete7ñevery respect FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED. VOL. 47 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 4899 NO. 42 TÍÍE1 CHIEFTAIN. l II time. PcYoted to th bvnt littvrmu f mx-ori, Socorro enmity nt tile Trn-tU-rj- ill griii-ml. lilvn nil tlw Mill ing orna of tliit fri'At inlurnil rnlim. DISTRICT COURT NOTES. Miguel Trujillo pleaded guilty to larceny of ahorse, last Monday and was sentenced to one year in the penitentiary and five hun dred dollars fine and costs. K. VV. Gentry pleaded guilty to larceny of cattle and received the same sentence as Trujillo. This is the man captured by sheriff Blackington in Calfcrnia last July. Manuel Valenzuela pleaded guilty to flourishing a deadly weapon as did also Trinidad Sal gado for the same offense. They were each fined $50 and costs. Demurer was entered and sus tained in one of the indictments against Jack Best. The trial of Geo. VV. Sanders, of Mogollón, for the killing of Luke F'lannigan, occupied the attenti...

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. — 15 December 1899

THE CHIEFTAIN. CLKMKXT HIOHTOWER, Kditor ami Proprietor; f.nu ml at Socorro INistoflUe its second class mail iimt'cr. TERMS OF KCBSC'UIITION, l Strictly in ndTii.ce.) rnr .ar 2 00 Sit moti hk 1 00 Officii PiijMT of SiHorro Count)-. The Fall River. Mass, mill operatives have been given an-jothcr'ta'.-e of to per cent in ihcir wages. Th: basket ball came at Albu .querque last week between Kl J'aso and Albuquerque teams re sulted in a victory for the latter. The business men ot Raton held a meeting at which they agreed to the terms for removing a large flour mill from Maxwell Citv to Raton. The congregation of the Presby terian church of Las Vegas have raised a fund o! ÍSco to be used in overhauling aivd repairing the church edifice. r Twelve men were lost last week in the blizzard that raged in Mora county. Only three ol the bodies of the men lorzen to death have thus far been recovered. While wc are changing the map ,of the 1'hilippincs wc might as well make a clean sweep of it by .c...

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. — 15 December 1899

CLEMENT niQllTOWER. Notary Public rind Conveyancer. Tri iiflnior mid liilt-rpreier. TiniinlMiion of Spanish docu ments k Specialty Forriro, New Mexico. fcLFEGO UACA. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, New Mexico. Will practice In all Courts. W. II. WINTKK, Attohnkv ad CoiiNnum at Law Will .iructlce In all the Courta. Snuorro, New Mi lico . II. CIIIU'KKS ATTORNEY AT LAW. AU't'tjiic'l"6' N. M. F. W. CLANCY. ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque. N. M. BERNARD S. KODEY ATTfn.NEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N M All Branches of the practice ntlcnded to J. KOUSirZEK, PHYSICIAN AND SUBGEUS. Ofrice at Residence. JaMKS G. FUCU ATTORNEY AT LAW, Socorro. N. M Office In Terry Block. A. A. Fit EE MAN. ATTORNEY AT LAW Socorro, N. M. Will pnirtirc in all llie Courta. J. K. WHARTON, ATTOEN EY-AT-LAW, White 0k, - - New Mexico. J A. KlUUARDSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. noawe'.l, - - New Mexico. JULIAN 10NT0YA NOTA I! Y PUBLIC AND COSVEYANCEK. Row Pedro. - - NEW MEXICO. U. m. íUUIjiiEii'I Y, A1TOHNLYATHW. Socorro, - New M- x'co. r. ...

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. — 15 December 1899

is from Socorro, N. M., and is THE CHIEFTAIN. Th Hoard of Public LinW make a Hi; Deal on Hie yiiioi. "Whil; little of the doings of the territorial land board have been made public heretofore I ecause none of the business begun had been absolutely concluded, one transaction has reached the stajje where it may be stated as finished beyond the .danger point at which meddlers rrrfjht seek to prevent a purchaser of lands from b tying of the territory, several months ago well known Chicago capitalists were approached with reference to the establishment of an irriga tion system upon tne Kio Mimbers in Grant county A. R Hurkdoll, ;rc prese ntinc himself and A. L. Spalding, a millionaire, the president of the great bicycle trust, and a famous dealer in sporting good, and associates of that gentleman, came out to look over the proposition. Mr. Spalding already had interests on the Mimbres, and was interested in :the famous resort at Hudson's hot springs. The result was that it was determined...

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. — 22 December 1899

i; ' THE J Í ... CHIEFTAIN THE CHIEFTAIN JOB ROOMS. cqmplete1ñevery respect FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED. lfriHMin l nil time. rv-rnud to th ft InlrrroU of StH-oiru, HofotTO fonntjr Mid he Tmitorjr In prtirriil. Ill vci nil Hut Jllu ki( uwi uf tbl cri mine ml wcilon. VOL, 17 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1899 NO, 46 ;af t y. Killing Cattle for their Hides. A prominent stock owner of "V the western part of the county writes us that a number of cattle have been found dead on the range, apparently having been killed for their hides, as the animals were skined and the carcass left intact. In each case the animals had been shot. One gentle cow came home recently with a bullet hole through the ear. It was at first thought the work might have been that of calt thieve, but as some of the cattle killed were young stock, that theory is exploded. It is now thought by some, to be the malicious doings of sheep herders who have drifted into that vicinty from J5crnalilo and Valencia coun ...

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. — 22 December 1899

:iiE CHIEFTAIN. CI.KMI.XT IIKiHTOWKI!, Eilitor nmt l'i'oiuii tor. Knlrri'il al .Hororru I'liaioflk-c ns ai-cond tli a mail ni it'i r TKUMS OK SCItSCIUI'TION. ( 8lrirtly in "ilvni.t'e ) Oni V"ar f 2 00 Hi monli 1 OH Ofilnii I'ap'T of SoiM-rro ('utility Snowb.iIK croup and the doctor. It does snow in Socorro sonic The Ciiiki-tain wishes you all a Merry Christmas. Inspected ?) coal oil is 30 cents a gallon in Socorro. The first snow of the season came Tuesday morning. The American revolution is being repeated in South Africa. And Still the lioers refuse to be licked. It's a blarsteJ shame don't chcr know. A lease law is a legalized trust that overshadows every other trust now in existence. A snow storm and Christmas only a few days off. what more is needed to make the little ones, happy? It used to be Ki and I.htlc Casino, now it is His Kxcelency and Honorable, what will it be after while? It costs the people of New Mexico 15 cents a gallon for coal oil every time "Coal Oil Johnnie" le...

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. — 22 December 1899

U. 1 DOUfSFIE'rrY. A'mrtlM:Y-ATT,W. Socorro, New M. xico, ir.'v iie'io-i i'n,'. I i . .v:v:j- I -:( 7 l.Tuattiret cut from wri:Hira wf Arbut eilea' llaustL-d Cotice. K.--J . iENT HIOUTOWER. Jowy PuMic tina Conj nnccr. 'Trriihliilor nuil InlTpiei r. TiannlMtiMi "f Spanish docii- ti'enm u Spitiully fortín, - Ni w Mexico i i fkju haca. ATTOKNEY AT LAW. SiM'iiiro. New Mi ico. Will practice in nil Otiru. w. H. wi.vmt, AtTORMY AXD CoUN-ELOU AT LAW W ill iiutirc In nil thci (url. K.i;iirro, N'w MYlc-0 V. It. Oil 14.1'KUH ATTORNEY AT LAW, AHiuqnctqno, N. M. F. VV. CLANCY. ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, N. M. HERN ARU S. KODEY ATTORNEY AT LAW. AlbuqiHTque, N M All tJranchi'S of (.lie prnctice lUtenuid to J. KOUNirZKK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at Residence. JAMÜS J. FITCH ATTORNEY at law, Socorro, N. M. O.'ttce iu Terry Block. A. A. VRKBMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW Socoiro, N. M. Will irnrtic I hII the Courts. j K. WIUHTON, ATTOKS KY-AT-I.AW, Wh'li- OhUí. - - New Mrxico. 4- V U?"!!AIt:SO ATTORN ...

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. — 22 December 1899

rcliirn of mil i!l photo guaran leed. Senil V I; i '-1 i '. U V u THE CHIEFTAIN. Particular of General Death. Lawton'a General Lawton left home Monday night having returned rom his northern operations Saturday, where he hid lead an expedition through the Mariqui Ti valley, which has been the insurgent strorghold throughout the war. The valley has several times been invaded, but never heUbythe Americans. General Gerónimo was suposed to have there the strongest organized force north of Manila and General Otis wished to gasrison Mariquina. The night was one of the worst of the season. A terrific rain had begun and was still continuing. Accompanied by his staff and troop. I, Fourth cavalry, General Lawton set out at 9 o'clock in advance of the main force consis ting of the Eleventh cavalry and one battalion each of Twentieth and Twenty-seventh infantry, which started from La Loma at 4iiidnight, With his small escort he led the way through tire a-lmost pathless country, a distance of fil...

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. — 29 December 1899

( : V TIIBJ CHIEFTAIN. Republican it II timet. Divntrd to th belt imrretu or Suroiro, Sworro comity and Uie Territory In fimi-wl. (ilvit nil th Min ing nwt of till ft-i-nt liitnrrnl trrUmi. CHIEFTAIN. CHIthTAfNV OOMS. J i 'JL IN EVER RESPECT FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED. VOL. M SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, Í899 NO. 47 A Ul i lis tli e Enemy. The anti-expansionists of this country are severely arraigced by the late General Lawton, in a letter that he wrote a few days before liis death. lie said: "I would to God that the whole truth of this whole Philippine situation could be known to every pne in America as I know it. "If the so-called anti-imperia-(ists would honestly ascertain the truth on the ground and not in distant America they, whom I believe to be honest men, misinformed, would be convinced of the error of their statements and conclusions, and of the unfortunate effect of their publi cation here. If I am shot by a filipino bullet, it might as well fome from one of m...

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. — 29 December 1899

V J J V THE CI CLF.MKNT HN.rVTOWER, Editor knJ Projector. Eoteri at Socorro Postofllca as second clns mail matter. TERMS OF SCnsCRIITION. l8trk.-tly In advance. ) ) One year i...2 00 Kit momU - 1 00 flWcl Ttftr of Soccrto County Tlie 19th century inow nearly 9Q years oUI. in't forget to write 903 af'rr next SundaV. 1 A. f' A poem by Altred Austin, the poet laureate of England, might relieve the tension. The democratic party continues o act as the tin pan attachment for tne tail of the Nebraska pop ulist dug. Senator Tillman has been heard from and expresses himself in favor of the flag and an appropria tion for the Great Peedee River. The Hon. Champ Clark has at last given vent to his opinion of Ihe election results, but he was very careful to avoid all reference to his elections. The German Kmpcror has dc- i start the new century on sr. 01 next, monwi. mi century runs will be re as spurious. o sooner had th Hon. Joseph üley begun to recant, than the pulist editors discovered that h...

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. — 5 January 1900

IN. THE CHIEFTAIN JOB ROOMS. COMPLETE IN EVERY RESPECT FIRST-CUSS WORK EXECUTED. JLJLJUJ SOCORRON EW MEXICO, FRIDAY. JANUARY 5, 1900 VOL. 17 NO. 4a Ji."fvr. t ". l "i ' ' 1 . . TIIH CHIEFTAIN. KrpnMwil J. nil time. IH-vntrrt lo lb (ml Inli-rt1 of SiM-oiru, Soonrro fminty mi J Um Torrltio-y In fi'iicml. Vire nil tlw Min ing f '' i' mlurraj KrUoa. r t. 4 I .OUTLAWS CAPTURED. herlft Blackington and Posse Make a Good Haul. Wednesday morning ot this ,week. Sheriff Blackingtoa and even deputies surprised and captured a party of six outlaws. .One was killed and the other five are now in custody. These fel lows were traveling through the country with a wagon, coming from the northeastern part of the territory. On the 22nd of De cember they camped near the line camp of the Cass Land & Cattle company about 20 miles west ot the Pecos river near old Fort .Jsumner, while at this camp two of the outfit went to the line camp and there saw several fine horses belonging to the company that were ...

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. — 5 January 1900

THE CHIEFTAIN. CI.F.MKXT HICHTOWEK, ' Kditor and Proprietor. Kntrril at Socorro I Nisi office s si-fond rlrss Din i I mstier. THUMB OK HCBSCItllTION. I Strictly in ndTkr.ce.) On r 12 00 8n runnilis 1 00 f flirt.. Taper of Sitcerro Connty A telephone line is now being considered from RoswelT ' to 'White Oaks, via Picacho, Lincoln. Ft. Stanton, Gray, and Nogal. There are more pernicious schemes seeking congressional protection and legalization at this time than at any previous time in our history. Iichacl Cronin, chairman of the board of county commis sioners of Lincoln county and out of the early settlers of that coun ty, died at his home in Lincoln last Saturday. As far as the vice-president of the ticket goes there will not "be 'much choice of the floating voter in igoo. It kokslike it will be Bryan and Hogg or McKinlcy and Root. It is a case of Root. Hogg or die. The Albuquerque Citizen has taken a stand in favor of Forest Reservations and the San Marcial lice has come out as the ...

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. — 5 January 1900

m V ! V Á t.l 4 CLEMENT IlIQUTOWER. Notary Public and Conveyancer. Trnnidator and Interpreter. Translation of Spanish docu- Bieiiis Bpwialty po(ciro, - - Ni-w Mi-xlco iLFEGO BACA. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Socorro, New Mexico. Will prcllce In II Court. W. II. WIST KB, Attorney akd Coun'Elor t Law Will ,actloe In 11 the Courts. Socorro, New Mexico V. b. UIUMKKS ATTOttNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. M F. W. CLANCY, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, N. M. BERNARD 8. RODEY ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. M Ml Brunches of the practice httended to J. KOItSITZER, VHY3ICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at Residence. JAMES G. FITCH ATTORNEY AT LAW, Socorro, N. M Ü Wee In Terry Block. A. A. VREKMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW Socorro, N. M Will practice la all the Courts. WHARTON, 'TT0RNEYAT-LAW, New Mexico' ON, Ht law. vew Mexico. YANCEU. NEW MEXICO. TY. KEY-AT-HW. New Mrxico. .:.' BURLINGAMS A CO., rtSSAY OFFICE Moratory . .(--j i M-t-,. itvuL imhlM h mail or pre will ceWe prom pi and c '"ul'U;,'iu" Eo!d i SilTtr Bullid ON 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. — 5 January 1900

Here are gome, ol the le ilion u hy it IB two papera i f'VJtf. presente d tltl:iil K.A !C tic kr. s THE CHIEFTAIN. REWARDS FOR POSTAL KOBUEK-S. .1,11 Ollt-rrd by 1'iirle Snin fur runislnnciit f tMil TIiU vih, "Washington, D. C, December 25. The following is a list ol .rewards offered by the government .for punishment of crimes against the postal service: One thousand dollars for the arrest and conviction of any person on the r.haryc of robbing the mails while being conveyed in any mail car attached to a railway train, and putting in jeopardy the lile ol t lie person having custody of the maif; 500 lor the arrest and conviction of any person on the charge of robbing the mails on any post route other than a .railway by wounumg me mail carrier or putting his life in jeopardy: S250 f' X the arn st and conviction of any person on the charge ot attempting to ob the mails being conveyed over any post route by assaulting or shooting at the mail carrier; S50 for the arrest and conviction of ...

Publication Title: Chieftain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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