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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The chieftain. — 21 April 1900

. I'll Q F ESSI O X A I j CAUH3. PR. -SWISHER; (Graduate of the University of New York City, 1876, and former U. S. 'Examining Surgeon.) Socorro. New Mexico. ,F. W. CLANCY, ' ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, N. M. II . M . DOUGIIEUTY, ATTOItNET AT LiW. Socorro, - x New Mexico. W. 1. CHILDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. 51. ELFEQO BACA. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, New Mexico. Will practice In 11 Courts. W. II. WINTER, TTORNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW Will practice lu all the Courts. JSocorro, New Mexico PERNARD S. RODEY ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. M All Blanches of the practice fcttended to J. KORNITZER, FHY31CIAM AND SURGEON, Office at Residence, ' AMES Q. FITCH ATTORNEY AT LAW, Sooorro, N. M. Office in Terry Block. A- A. -FIEMAN, Í.TTOHNEY AT LAW Socorro, N. Will practice la all the Oouita. M IULIAN MONTOYA, NOTARY i'fcTHLIC AND CONVEYANCER. Baa Pedro.' - - - NEW MEXICO; T)R. C. G. DUNCAN, Physician and Surgeon,' Office east side Plaza. Socorro. - - - - - N. M. E. KITTRELL, Dent...

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. — 21 April 1900

SOCORRO, N. M. Socorro, the Chieftain. ADMISSION TO STATEHOOD.' Yhnt Kx-Wovfrnor L. -Bradford Prince Is Doing for His Country. The Hon. L. Hradford Prince, of New Mexico, spoke about the admission of Territories to State hood, saying in part: "The idea which I wish to emphazise is that in respect to the three Territories of New Mexico, Arizona and Oklahoma certainly co far as New Mexico is concerned admission to statehood is not a thing to be begged for as privilege, but should be conceded as a right. ' ''No circumstance now exists in relation to the people of New Mexico which justifies their being longer deprived of their fulrrights under a state government.. Its population is 260,500 exculsive of jlndiarjs. No territory at the lime ot its admission except Uakota has contained so many people. The population is almost exclu sively American. The foreign element is smaller than anywhere in the country except in certain Southern States. To many in the East the large number of voters of...

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. — 28 April 1900

FT A! Jtf pi-Wli-nn m til 1 tlüi.. Pointed to Hi' I'M I liittrrata of fcornrro, Sofnrro ronnty fid ttm Territory In flifrnl. ftll tlui Min ing nrwi of thli tr.ftl tuiiierftl trotino.' V "THOTlgfTAW 'JOB ROGi,1--. ' COMPLETE IN EVERY RESPECT FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED. VOLM8 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1900 NO. 12 CHISJ IJriJiii COURT PROCEEDINGS Monday, April 23. UNITED STATES COURT Present: Hon. Charles A. Leland, Associate Justice Su- preme Court, presiding; John E Griffith, Clerk; C. M. Foraker Marshal. Both grand and petit juries were dismissed (or the term. TERRITORIAL COURT Present: Hon. Charles A Leland, presiding; S. Alexander, District Attorney; John E. ------ -j Griffith, Clerk; C. F. Blackington, ci : n Sheriff Following are the proceeding: Tuesday, April 24 I he United Mates court was adjourned The Socorro county grand jury was completed to stand as follows: C. B. Allaire, foreman, San Antonio: S. Michaelis. H. D Rice, Magdalena; Henry Lohman, San Marcial; Ma...

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. — 28 April 1900

a,-Mat;j ata, w-rf ,., o- "1 iss?rg -w THE CHIEFTAIN riUUHIIEI) BY t29C0REQ COUNTY PUBUSHIN3 CO, E. A. liIIAKK, F.dltor. . SATURDAY. ATRIL 28, 1900. Enterad at Socorro I'oslofUcr class mtll matter. second TKUM8 O SCÜSCRI1TIOK. 1 Hlrirtl in advance. One Tear J-W I Ki rtion'.hü 1 00 íiL -- "TT""-' Read The -Cíiieftain for the news. You will not be disap pointed. It must have been a country editor without the (car of God in his heart who announced that the ' wall paper trust had gone to tht wall. If the Reverend Gibson was really guilty of the crime for , which young uurani was mngcu, . . . t ? : l. -11 I tnc waning oc.ei ... nomo oe reviven. If Turkey doesn't ante that 100.000 in short order, there mav be an opportunity for Dewey Mo climb again to that lofty ninnacle of fame from which he .has recently 'tumbled. 1 " so Jngloriously The snow storm of last week seems to have enveloped all of Colorado and the northern part on 'New Mcxiro. Within this area '.are embraced the head waters o...

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. — 28 April 1900

.DR. SWISHER, .. . .... (Gradúale of the University of New York City, 1 876, and former U. S.'Examiniug burgeon.) Socorro. New Mexico. F. W. CLANCY, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, N. M. -jtl. M. DOUGHERTY, 8 o corro, New Mexico. v. b. childers, ATlOUNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. .ELFEQO BACA, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bocorro. New Mexico. cWtll practice In all Courts. W. n. WINTER, TTORK T& .AND COUNSELOR T LAW Will practice in all the Courts. Socorro, New Mexico. .PERSARD 8. RODEY ATTORNEY AT LAW. .Albuquerque, N. M vAU Brancbf of tho practice attended to J. KORXITZEIt, -PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office at Residence. ,ÍAMES Q. FITCH ATTORNEY .-Office In Terry Block. AT LAW, , Socorro, N. M JREFVAN A CAMERON ATTORN EY8 AT LAW Bocorro, N. M. W'úl practico la all the Courts. .JULIAN MONTOYA, OTARY3!yBLI0 AND CONVEYANCER. J3au Pedro. - NEW MEXICO JjR. C G. DUNCAN, Physician and Surgeon, Office east. side i'la.a. Socorro, s- .- - - N. M E. KITTRELL, Dentist. Mm Offices Socorro, Abeytia Block; San...

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. — 28 April 1900

I i It it m m m m SOCORRO, N. M. Socorro, THE CllLEFTÁfií. FULLY CONFIRMED. A Las Vegan Receives letter From Kan FrnuíwOflíeutloiilnjr Key. .V,..,,-'. T..t r....r i. ' vtvnvuo if iwjf Itrujl'MtlUH. Though unable to trace through ;hc press, the reported confession .of Pastor Gibson to having committed the murders for which Theodore Durrant was executed, .The Optic is able to report very satisfactory local confirmation. This paper has been informed that Sherman Hydt, oí this city, Is in receipt of a letter from San Francisco, the writer being a member of the Emanuel church choir; and in this letter the dying confession of the minister is referred to, thus placing at rest the accuracy of the report that iu'ch confession had been made. But Las Vegas has been brought into intimate connection with this remarkable case through another a,nd equally interesting channel Chas. K. Henderson, the Railroad avenue undertaker, but recently come to this city from California, was the man who ultimate...

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 May 1900

17 íuírn A TRn THE CHIEFTAIN JOB ROOMS. completeTn every respect FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED. Coinltliriii l nil Uidm. tftntfil to lh 4t liitornu f Noi-orro, Nororro ionntjr mi tlie TciTiU-ry In (dirruí. G1t 11 tlut Mill In; mwi of IM.i Krritt mlixrul aorilou. i i VOL. 18 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, MAY 5,1900 NO. 13 CM JLiU COURT PROCEEDINGS. Saturday, April 23. New case docketed: Jas. H. Worth, appellant vs. the estate of Aw B. Ely. appeal irom probate court of Socorro county. Territory vs Canuto Carillo, assault to murder; plea of guilty of simple assault; fine of $50 and costs. Territory vs Sylvestre Abcyta y Sanchez, murder; pica of not guilty, case set for trial on the third Tuesday of the present term. Territory vs G. C. Dow ning, as sault to murder; pica of not guilt', case set for trial third Monday of present term. Territory vs Lázaro Cordova, stealing and killing cattle; plea of not guilty, case set .for trial gcond Friday of present term. Territory vs Bruce Weaver, alia...

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 May 1900

THE CHIEFTAIN published SOCORRO COUNTY PUBLISHIN3 CO. E. A.,IIUkK, Kditor. Saturday, may 5, uw. F, Dtrr.'i t Socorrí PostofHce as fecund el mail rentier. . TEKMr OF SCBSCItlPTION. t Strictly in advance.) One year f 2 00 Sí luouili 1 00 The rains and the floods sceni determined that the one hundred thousand democratic majority in Texas shall not preach calamity in vain. Tus. friend of the 3qhool of mines should be of rood cheer. The prospect of the passage of the bill providing federal aid for the institution (jrows brighter daily. Cmc;o did herself proud in honoring Mrs. Dewey's husband for the glorious victory of the Commodore Dewey from whom the present Mrs. Dewey's hus band is descended. los.T. V. Colli kr has severed hjs long connection with the Katon Range by selling the plant and good will to judge F. I'. Morse. Since the change in proprietor ship the paper shows no signs of diirinbhsd brightness. Nearly every town in New Mexico is bragging itself hoarse oyer the improvements ...

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 May 1900

' 1 w v " DR., SWISHER, (Gradúale of the University of New York City, iS;6. and former U. S. Examining Surgeon.) Socorro. .. New Mexico. F. W. CLANCY, ATTQRNEY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, N. M. II. M ..DOUGHEHTY, A 1 TOIIN KTT - A T L k W. Pccorro, - New Mexico. W. B. CH1LDKRS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. II. ELFECK) BACA, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Socorro, New Mntro. Will practice in II .-ConrU. W. II. WINTER, Attorn eí and Cocü.ei,ok. at Law Will (iraclice in all the Courts. R icorro, New M. xi- ber:uhd s. rodey attorney at law. Albuquerque. N. M AH I3rnuchs of the practice httfinded to J. KOUNITZER. I'lli-5ICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at Residence. JjMKS G. FUCU ATTORNEY -AT LAW, Socorro, N. M. Oflice in Terry Block. FJUEEMAN & CAMERON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Carlblmd. N. M. Will practice ia nil tlio Courts. J y LI AN MONTOYA, NOTARY PÜHLIC AND CONVKYAXCER. Rm. P.-,1m. - NEW MEXICO. an i 'in ir"- a a MÉ im JjR. C. G. DUNCAN, Physician and Surgeon, Office east side Plaza. Sornrro. - -. - - N. M. ....

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 May 1900

SOCORRO, N, M. fc 1 fc Socorro, Socorro, N. M. THE CHIEFTAIN. HOLOCAIST IN A MISE. Ortr T'urce Hundred Men Tcrlsb In An ExploHion. Salt Lake, May 2 The latest tiding from the scene of suffering caused by the terrible explosion yesterday afternoon at mine No. 4 of iha Pleasant Valley Coal company at Scoficld only adds to the grucsomeness- of the horror. It is not yet definitely known haw great the loss of life will be, but enough is known to cause it - to overshadow any other like catastrophe west of the M ississippt iiver.'; , A conservative estimate during the day places the dead at over three hundred with a strong probability . of it being raised to A notable feature of the disaster and one that was a forceful reminder of the great sacrifice of buman life was that there were not enough coffins in the state to care for the victims. Only 1 2$ caakets were immediately, avail able, and carpenters were put to work to make up the deficiency, while an order for too was placed with Denver...

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. — 12 May 1900

tít 'AIN. THE CHIEFTAIN JOB ROOMS. COM PLETE7ÑEyERY RESPECT FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED. VOL. 18 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY. MAY 12,1900 NO. 44 T1IÜJ ClilEFTAHI. k !)Hlih-a Kt II tlin. PfTotrd to tlia J.i'il lijUr.wm nf Nm-oiru, .Sncmro comity unit tlie TmtUi tu kfiitkI. (Ue k11 ti Min ing nri of tli i m iirrRl mineral tertian. rn ti nn CHIEF LlJOJ COURT PROCEEDINGS. Friday, May 4. Territory vs. Bruce Weaver, alias Red Weaver, larceny of horses; continued until next term, defendant admitted to bail, $1,000. Saturday, May 5. Territory vs., Thomas Moore, alias Tom Moore, forgery, change of venue from Chavez county; former plea withdrawn and plea of guilty entered, defendant sen tenced to two years in the peni tentiary. Territory vs. Francisco Nar anjo, Jr., murder; jury verdict of not guilty, defendant and bonds men discharged. ' W. C. Field, adm'r, vs. unknown heirs of Henry Wahl; sale of property by adm'r confirmed. Monday, May 7. Territory vs. Chas. Beard, as sault to murder; tria...

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. — 12 May 1900

"THE ClllEFTAlN rlBI.ISlIF.I) BY SCCORHO COUNTY PliEUSHINGXO. E. A. DRAKE, Kditor. SATURDAY, MAY 12, l'MK). Entered at HuLorro PosiofUce as iccood clan mail matter. TERMS? OF SUBSCRIPTION, btrictlj in iidraiii-e ) One friar Í2.00 11 months 1 00 ' AoviNAi.no Ai up again screncljr ami tho deuce is to j-av in Luzon. 1Ñ the international dam matter Kl Paso seems bent on killing the goose that lays the golden Six cyclones recently stirred t 'i i n pf s up in Kansas in a si -ljrle l.ry. I trti merely pj.iiniñary to another outburst of populism? El Paso may build dams until iJabriel blows his trumpet if she want to, provided she doesn't fik io deprive her neighbors of the same blessed rri village. On, commencement exercises of the vio of mines promise to be very 't otertaining this year and every citizen owes it to his own interest in the community to ontribute at least his presence to-Vhe success of those exercises. The Chikftain purposes to five all the local news in an KClrai.Vlw, reada...

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. — 12 May 1900

r:io?c?etoKAL cav.!)?. DR. SYlSt!I:R. (Graduate of the University of New York City, 1876, and former U. S. Examining Miigeon.) Socorro. New Mexico. V. CLANCY, ' ATTOH NEY-AT-LAW, Albuqucrq'ie, N. M. M. DOUOIIEUTV, A1TOHSF.Y-ATHW. fiK'iro, New Mexico. V. B. GUILDERS, ATI OUNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. M. KLFEGO BA(Jl. ATTORNEY. AT LAW, Socorro. New Mexico. Will practice in all Courts. W. II. WINTER, ' Attorney and Coüs.sF.Lon at Law Will practice in 11U the Court. Socorro, . . NVw Mexico BERNAKD 8 KODEY ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. M Ur Planches of the prnctice attended to J. KORXirZEU, PUY3ICIAN- AND SUBGEUN. OiTice at Residence. ' JaMKS 0.. fitch ATTORNEY AT LAW, Socorro, N. M. Orcein Terry Dlock FREEMAN . CAMERON ATTORNEYS AT LA'.?; Carltbac!. N. M. Will pructifB i. nil the Courts. JULIAN M ON TOYA, MiTAKY PUULIO AND CONVEYANCER. Ban lVdio. v NE W MEXICO. JjH. C. G. DUNCAN, Physician and Surgeon, OfTice east side I'laza. Socorro, - - - - N. M. E. KirTRKLL. Dentist. OtTices Soco...

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. — 12 May 1900

tu SOCORRO, N. M. u THE CHIEFTAIN. TheMvfB nf Sipfrird GronsfVlJ and Mrs. Franco Frank Ar ' I'nlt.d. The spacious parlors of the Highland Hotel were brilliantly 'illuminated and handsomely decorated when at 8 o'clock .Sigfried Grunsfeld and Mrs. Franco Frank stood up before his Jionor, Judge J. W. Crumpacker, to reieat to each other those solemn vows of enduring fidelity . and affection required from those who assume the marriage relation. The bride was beautifully gowned and looked very lovely. Both participants passed through what, notwithstanding the happinessof which it is the forerunner, is nevertheless universally consider ed a trying ordeal, with the greatest equanimity. The happy pair, the officiating magistrate and the following guests sat down to an elegant wedding supper served in the dining room of the Highland. ,. Mr. and Mrs. James Grunsfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Grunsfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grunsfeld, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Strauss and . two duaghters, Messrs. Sam 'eusta...

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. — 19 May 1900

EFTAIN THE CHIEFTAIN JOB ROOMS, COMPLETEjNEVERY RESPECT FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED. JL -tu I.i iml.lii un ni nil tlm'i. Iirvt-l to Hit lii-.-.t lniTt"i!ii of swoin, Siimrro mntity unit flu- Territory In eiunnl. ;ie nil tli Min ing ;iri uf tliia KVfAt mlritral K-ilinn. VOL. 18 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1900 NO. 15 7 A SPIRITED CONVENTION. i Able Addresses and Strong Reso lutions In Opposition to the Stephens Bill. The convention of citizens of New Mexico called by Governor Otero to meet in Albuquerque last Tues.lay to make formal pro test against the enactment of the Stephens bill was a pronounced success. Delegates were present from all parts of the territory. If the spirit manifested could have found efficient expression and not been confined to the nar row means of expression vouch safed to a mere dependency of the United States government, the iniquitous Stephens bill would find an early and deep grave. Governor Otero called the con vention to order and stated in a cl...

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. — 19 May 1900

' -- -j - THE CIIIELTAIN , , ruunsiiF.i) uy .SOCORRO COUNTY PU8USHIN8 CO. E, A. UKAKK, Editor. SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1900. Kntcrod at Socorro Postolllce as second clau mail mal'er. TKUMP OK SUBSCRIPTION'. Strictly in d rthrr.) One ar . . $2 00 Bu month, i.' 1 M A Bkkt sugar factory in the neighborhood of Socorro would soon swell the city to ten thousand inhabitants. New Mexico's 4,000,000 sheep are worth $2.50 apiece and every one of them argues prosinrity in such a fashion as not to leave even Mr. Dry an a single argu mentivc lejr to stand on. SocokX, will celebrate the Fourth of Julv, and as the city went Republican it may be de fended upon that in that celebra tion the doctrine of expansion will be generously applied. Two niem!ers of a mutual protection society in Albuqiur pie recently fell out over the election of officers and one laid , the other low with an iron wedge. . -"Mutual protection" must have a queer meaning up the river. Hon. T. H. Cathon in his ad dress before the Albuqu...

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. — 19 May 1900

r C.ntrt tin tltv fn lttt nnm ,nk .V v. V , n, '.VZi ."'C"' l.,e.d. Ml iíb ,.sO..t , IT.OKEPSTONAI. CAIID9. DR. 5WISIIKR, (Gradúale of the University of -? New York City, 1876, and former U. S. Examining Sttigcon.) Socorro. New Mexico. F. W. .CLANCY, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, N. M. JI. M. DOUGHERTY, A1TQUNKY AT I. V. fotoiro, - Ki'W Mexico. V. 11. CHILDKRS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Albuquerque, N. M. ELFEGÍ) BACA, AT TORNEV AT LAW, Socorro, New Mexico. Will practice In all Courts. W. II. W I XT Ell, ,Atiokmüí and Counvelor at Law W ill practice in all thn Courts. S'iciirro, . New Mexico. JtEUNARD 8. II ODE Y ATTUKNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N M All ltriiiichcs of tiie practice attended to J. KOUNirZEK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at Residence. .J A MLS (. FI rCH ATTORXKY. AT LAW, Socorro, N. M OJicv in T( rry P.lock. FREEMAN & CA.VEKON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Carlea.!, N. M. Will pnirlice is all tiie Courts. JULIAN MGN7 0YA, K0TA1ÍY rUHLIC AND CONVEYANCES. 8111 TVt'.ro. - - NEW MEXICO. Jp....

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. — 19 May 1900

SOCORRO, Socorro, THE CHIEFTAIN. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. County Treasurer Abran Abey ta purchased the L. M. Drown property yesterday of J. C. Bald ridge, consideration $1,00, and will take possession about the first of June. Xhis is the prop erty now occupied ty Professor F. A. Jones and family. In the probate court of Socorro county Monday a petition was presented bv Mrs. Nancy D. Campbell asking that she be appointed the administratrix of the estate of her husband T. V. Campbell, deceased. The petition was granted and the bond of $1,000 approved by the court. Hon. II. 0. llursum returned to Socorro Sunday from a week's trip in the western part of the county with the pcntlemen.whom an effort is being made to inter est in the building of an exten sion of the Magdalena branch. Mr. Uursum took the train for Santa Fc Tuesday morning. J. Thorpe and family came down from Kelly Wednesday noon to take Thursday morning's train for Pima, Arizona, where they will remain a month. Mr. Thorpe reporte...

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. — 26 May 1900

rn jo G ti irm a THE CHIEFTAIN JOB ROOMS, COMPLETEJÑJVERY RESPECT FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED. XJLJLJCJ nj n VOL. 18 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1900 NO. 16 TÍIH3 CHIKF'TyvIM. Hr (lulillclin kl !l illiHi. flíVtc-4o-tl!t lt lulrmu oí ifexoiro, bworro county nrt tin- TfiTlti-ry in gmti-al. Ulret 11 th Mi In or uf tbla jtremt mineral wtlon. School of Mines Notes. Invitations will be issued for the commencéraent ball. Final examinations will be in full blast all next week. A general invitation is extend ed to the public to attend the commencement exercises. Col. Twitchell is a speaker of remarkable power and a rare treat is in store for those who are fortunate enough to hear him. Justiniano Abeyta is in Nash ville attending a law school and likes his work verv much. His instructors speak highly of his progress. Those attending the commence ment exercises are requested to h on hand promptly at 7:30 p. m., as the ball will follow closely upon these exercises. The various committe...

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. — 26 May 1900

TIIE CHIEFTAIN " PUBLISHED BY SOCORRO COUNTY PUBLUHINI CO. K. A. DRAKE, Editor. SATURDAY, MAY 2U, 1WO. Knit-r-l l Socorro 'Ionice as second class mnil matter. TERMS OP SCBSCIUITION, ( Strictly in advance.) One yar $2.00 Sii mom In , 1 oo Tur new capítol will be dedi cated June 4 with imposing ceremonies. The New Mexican, with the true newspaper spirit, will issue a handsomely illustrat ed special edition to commemorate the event. The eclipse of the sun will be visible in New Mexico between five and six o'clock Mondaj morn ing. Let everybody have his emoked glass ready, for the eclipse will be seen best "through a glass darkly." The school of mines is about to close the work of the most successful year in its history, and there is good prospect of federal aid to the school in the near future. These two facts are view ed with great satisfaction by the friends of the institution. If the waters that feed the Rio Bravo on the north are to be absorbed by Colorado, and the waters that cont...

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