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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The chieftain. — 26 May 1900

DR. SWISHER, ' Graduate of the University of New York City, i86,and former .U. S. Examining burgeon.) Recorro. New Mexico. K V. CLANCY. ATTOKNEV-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, N. M. II. M . DOUGHEKTY, AtTOKKKT-AT I.W. f corro, New Mexico. W. II. CIIILDKRS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. M. El.FEQt) BAUA, ATTOUNEY AT LAW. Socorro. .New Mexico. Will practice In 11 Courts. W. II. WIXTKR, Arriiasr.Y and Codnelou at Law Will irnciice In all the Courts. Pacorro, New 11,-xico HKUSAltD 8. KODEY ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. M All Brandies of the prnctice attended to J. KORNITZEU, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at Residence. J vMKS 0. FITCH ATTORNEY AT LAW, Socorro, N. OiUce in Terry Block. M. FHEEJIAN & CAMERON ATT0KNEY3 AT LAW Carlsbad, N. Will pr.ictire la all the Courts. M. JULIAN MONTOYA, NOTARY PUI'LIO AND COSV E Y A N C E It . Fvi r.il'o. - - KEY MEXICO, TjU. C. G. DUNCAN, Physician and Surgeon, Office cast side I'laza. Socorro, - - - N. M. E. KITTKELL. Dentist. Offices Socorro, Abeylia...

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. — 26 May 1900

I Ell SOCORRO, N. M. Socorro, THE CHIEFTAIN. ECLIPSE OF Tug SUN. Tit I lienoiijciion WilJOrrnr F.arlj On Mouday Hominy of Next Yifik. C)ij May 23 the people of the southern states will have the rare ortortunitj of seeing the most superb spectacle within the whole range of natural phenomena a total eclipse of the sun. The prdinary observer will see it best without instruments of anj kind, and the grandeur and beauty of the sight will linger in his memory for years. To the professional astronomer seeking the solution qf important and difficult problems connected with the mysterious structure and composition of the sun the event will be one of intense interest, and will demand the utmost skill iu the use of the most delicate and powerful instruments known to modern astronomical science. The most important observatories throughout the world will be prepared to study the eclipse from points of vantage in the United tatcs or Africa. AN ECLIPSE F.XPLANKD. The moon, an opaque body, phining ...

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. — 2 June 1900

THE OHIEFTAIM. Bffulilii-ta At nil limm. PeroUd Ui th fc-it Interest of Sitorn, Hnuorro fonntj ni Ihr Tcntt. rj- (u gnirml. Wit! all tlw M lu lu It ntw of tlilt great niinrtul ttrtloa. A TT"TT THE CHIEFTAINJOB ROOMS. JL JJLJuN COMPLETE IN EVERY RESPECT FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED. VOL. 18 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, JUNE 2,1900 NO.17 HE GfflEJ COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES. i The New Mexico School of Mine Closes Its Most Successful Year. Eloquent Address by Col. R. E. Twltchell. By far the most prosperous and successful year in the history of the New Mexico School of Mines was brought to a close last night in the Garcia opera house by a perfect festival of oratory and gaiety. Elaborate preparations had been made for the occasion. The. large hall and capacious stage were elaborately and artistically decorated with flags, flowers, and the School of Mines colors. At an early hour every available seat in the hall was occupied by one of the largest and most intelligent audiences that has gathe...

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. — 2 June 1900

J. A i . .... - THE CHIEFTAIN rUBUSIIEI BY SOCORRO COUNTY PUBUSHINO CO. E. A. DRAKE, Editor. SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 19(H). F.nlered at Hocorro Posiollke as srcend clnii mail roarer. TERMS OK 8CBHCRI1TI0N. t Strictly in ad vai,ce.) One year $3.00 bit mooiiik i oo The eclipse has come and guile but Thk Chieftain is still here, the best weekly newspaper in New Mexico The Stephens bill is dead and it is doubtful whether it had anr friends who will now care to assist at the obsequies. The dedication of the new capítol at Santa Fe next Tuesday will be one of the most marked of the many indications that New Mexico is giving the world of her disposition not to be a lacj jf ard in the march of progress. Clark of Montana has just jnade his daughter a wedding present of $14,000,000. Such lavishness might indicate that Mr. Clark in a reflective moment thought it wise to put some of his wealth out of the reach of his aspirations to the United States senate. Mus. Dkwkv has concluded that she wouldn't ...

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. — 2 June 1900

a ÍHr- - rnOí'ESSIONAL CARD. DR. SWISHER, (Gradúale of the University of New York City, 1876, and former U. S. Examining Surgeon.) .Socorro. New Mexico. I-. W. CLANCY, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, N. M. il. M. DOUOIIEUTY. 'ATTOHNEY-AT-L W. Worto, New Mexico. VV. II. CUILDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Albuquerque, N. M. ELFEQO BACA, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro, New Mexico. Will practice in 1I Courts. W, H. WINTER, Attohnit and Coun82t,or at Law Will practice la all Out Courts. Siionrro, New Mexico. BERN A ED S. RODE Y ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. M All Branches of the practice tttlended to J. KORNITZEIl, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at Residence. J AM IOS Q. FITCH ATTORNEY Office in Terry Block. AT LAW, Socorro, N. M. FREEMAN & CAMEItON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Carlsbad, N. Will practice iu all the Courts. M. JULIAN M ON TOYA, NOTARY PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCER. Sau rfc.lro. - NEW MEXICO. JJR. C. G. DUNCAN. Physician and Surgeon, Office east side I'laza. Socorro, - N.-M. E. KITTRELL, Dentist. mm ...

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. — 2 June 1900

SOCORRO, N. M. m m M m Socorro, THE CHIEFTAIN. School of Mines Notes. Several new students from the east are already promised for text year. The commencement was a grand success but we will im prove upon it next year. Examinations are over and the results show that tlie year'9 work lias IxMid fully up to the average. Miss Atkinson expects to start tomorrow for Missouri where she will spend the summer with rela tives and friends. The most successful year of the history of the school of mines has just ended. It will remain a record breaker until next year. lister Duryca and Mark Kna benshue, two young men recently from the east now sojourning at Kelly, came down yesterday to attend the ball. N. A. Connor is offered a posi tion with the Helena mining company in the Mogol Ions. He thinks some of opening a assay office of his own. Col. Twitchell is a graduate of the university of Michigan and consequently is perfectly at home in the atmosphere of an educa tional institution. George Thorp...

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. — 9 June 1900

THE OrllKFTAIN. RtpnMlraa M II tlmn. Dcrnlrd to th ,kH In t reata of Socorro, Bontrro connty and the Jrrury In gpiirrel. GItm nil tlui Mia inf arwt of thii mt miaerml tmlon. TH T7 G. lrTVTTTVTn A TTT THECH! CHIEFTAIN JOB ROOMS. IN EVERY RESPECT FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED. VOL. 48 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY. JUNE 9, 1900 NO. 18 OF HOME INTEREST. John W. Hurst leaves today for Omaha. Frank Andrews expects to leave toon for Arizona. Mrs. Edwin Swisher has been seriously ill for several days. N. A. .Connor has pone to the Mogollones to spend the summer. J. Rogers of San Marcial registered at the Windsor Mon day. The infant son of Attorney W. II. Winter was quite sick Thurs day. W. M. Borrowdale of Magda- k'tia made a brief visit in town Tuesday. Two carloads of brick were shipped from the fire clay works yesterday. A. P. Katzenstein made a hur ried business trip to Albuquerque -Wednesday. About the only consolation in a New Mexico sand storm is in the thought that rain follows. Mr. an...

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. — 9 June 1900

THE CHIEFTAIN . . PUBLÍtiUK BY SOCORRO COUNT PUBLISHING CO. E. A. DliAKK, FJitor. SATURDAY, JUNK V, 1900. i. i Entered at Socorro Poaloffitu as second class mail wafer. TERMS OK SCBSCRIPTION, I Strictly In advance.) One year 20 tUOUlb 1.00 At an oratorical contest in Albuquerque a few days ago a woman won the prize of course. Thk editor of this paper expects to le absent for two or three weeks. During that absence the paper will be run as the devil would run it. The printer's devil is referred to, of "oursc. Tin; commencement exercises at the variouscducational institu tions of the territory are of an especially high order this year. In matters pertaining to education New Mexico is progressing at a rate that is scarcely equalled by her rapid progress in other lines. TiiorsANns of human beings are perishing in India daily from starvation and the most loath some of diseases. The unspeakable horrors of the situation as suggested by despatches are enough to cause one devoutly to thank h...

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. — 9 June 1900

I íy)FE5lO$ALi:AKD8. UR. SWISHER, .(Graduate of the University of New York City. t8;G, and former U. S. Examining burgeon.) Recorro. New Mexico. V. V. CLANCY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, N. M. 11. M. DOL'OHEHTY, A 1 TORN KI-AT I.W. botono, New Mexico. v. n. CHILD KRS, ATTORNEY AT I.AW. Albuquerque, N. SI. KI.KEOO H.VCA, ATTOUNEY AT LAW, Socorro. New Mexico. -Will practice in all Courts. W. II. WINTKR, Attorney and Coonseloh at Law Will practice In all tbe Courts. Socorro, New Mexico. BERNARD B. RODEY ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. M All Branches of the practice utlended to J. KOIINITZEK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at Residence. JaMKS Ü. FUCU ATTÜiiNKY AT LAW, Socorro, N. M í I nice ill Terry Block. F lU'.LMAN & CAMERON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Carlsbad, N. M. Will prnctirc la all the Cutirla. JULIAN MONTO Y A, NOTARY rUHLIC AND CONVEYANCER. Si T'.-l-o. - - NEW MEXICO. J)R. C. G. DUNCAN, Physician and Surgeon, Office east side Plaza. Socorro. - - - - N. M. K. KITTRKLL, Dentist. Li...

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. — 9 June 1900

Socorro, THE CHIEFTAIN. SHEEP SASITARY BOARD. 4OTilrr aXlnj? It Compulsory for Owner to Dip Slirrp Show ing Sljiu of Seab Twice Ten Day Apart. At a meeting- of the sheep sanitary board in Albuquerque Thursday the following important circular was adopted for submis sion to the sheep jrowers of the territory. To the Sheep growers of the Territory of New Mexico: You are hereby notified that all sheep which show any signs of having scab must be dipped twice, 10 dar apart, between now and the 1st of August, 1900, using any standard proprietary dip, such as Cooper's, Little's, Canno's, Scab jCura, Blackleaf or the lime and sulphur formula heretofore prescribed by this board in its rules and regulations. Any sheep owner who fails or neglects to comply with this order, and whose sheep have scab after August 1, 1900, will be subject to a fine of one cent for each and every head not so dipped, and the respective inspectors for the various counties have been ordered to strictly enforce this or...

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. — 16 June 1900

ruin ci-xix2i,Tivirí. RrirabUran i nil tünM. DivntrJ t tht tMt Intemtl of Socorro, Sororr tonntjr nd Ui Ten-iu ry In grncrftl. 6Itm kll thf Bin Oig new of tlili uiet lulnrml tcctlofe. OHIEJB THE CHIEFTAIN JOB ROOMS. complete1ñ"éver7 respect FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED. IN VOL. 48 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY. JUNE 46, 4900 NO. 49 SOCORRO'S WEDDING. 1 he Greatest Event of the Season. Over 1500 People In Attendance. The marriage of Lorenzo P. (Jarcia to Miss Encarnación Abeyta took place at Socorro on last 'Monday at the San Miguel church at 6:30 p. tn., Kev. Philip Martin officiating. The gToom is the son of Juari Garcia, one of Socorro county's most highly respected citizens, and one of its wealthiest sheep and stockmen. The bride is the daughter of Abran Abeyta, collector and treasurer of Socorro county, and who by the way, is one of the most popular office holders and politicians in the territory. The wedding procession formed at the handsome residenct of the bride's father, and 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. — 16 June 1900

Vil CHIEFTAIN rUBLÑiiKD Y SOCORRO COUNTY PUBUSKINQ CO. K. A. ÍI!AKK, Editor. SATURDAY, JUNE lf, 1'iOO. ! 1. . - JUL -I - Entered t Socorro l'ostofflcc us second tins nmil mst'rr TERMS OF Sl'B-St :HII1ION, iSirlrtl insdr.e ) One er 12 00 Vil moiühk 1 00 The increase in our foreign trade in keeping pace with the formation of industrial com bination. Civilisation and commerce always together. It was so in Hawaii. It will be so in the Philippines and lrto Kco. Kxportsof agricultural products have increased 117 percent in the last thirty years. Who says the foreign market is of no value to the farmer? t The total amount of money in circulation has increased by 1H2 kt cent in the last thirty years, and th; deposits in saving banks by 327 per cent. Cotton, provisions and mineral oils show larger exjxrt values during the ten months of this fiscal year ending April 3lth last than at any time sin;c 182. Of course IJryaii stands on the Chicago platform, probably for tlie same reason that the l...

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. — 16 June 1900

AT LAW, Socorro. N. Socorro. - - - - N. M Socorro, Socorro. (1. P. SOCORRO will V Socorro, N. n. r.i..r.vMrlB Tset 400 orear load tola, - Socorro, New Mefcleo. ílF) V PROFESSIONAL 'AROS. MININO LOCATIONS. SAN MIQUOL CHURCH. DR. SWISHER, (.("raduale of the University of New York City, 1876, and former ,1?. S. Examining burgeon.) Socorro. New Mexico. V; CLANCY. ATTORSEV-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, N. M. The II M. DOUGHERTY, . ATTftnmtT-AT Lw. fct-orro, - New Mex'xo. V. . GUILDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. Si. JSLFEQ'J BACA, . ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro. New Itciico. Will practice in all Court. W. H. WINTKR, Attohnkv asd CorsfEi.ou at Law Wilt practice in all tb; Court. S'imirro, New Mexico KKRMARD 8. RODEY ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. M All Branches nf the pmctiee i.ttcnded I o J. KORSirZER, l'HYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at Residence. J VMKS Ü. VI urn ATTORNEY Oiler in Terry Illoelc. M I RKEMAN & CAMERON ATTORNEYS AT .AW Car!IR(I, N. M. Wll r:it'tii'v iu nil llie Courts. JjULl...

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. — 16 June 1900

SOCORRO, N. M. Socorro, THE CHIEFTAIN. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. A. W. Glascr went out toKelljr this morning. Dr. Duncan was called up the hill to see a patient this morning. National Holiday, July 4. One fare for round trip. Tickets on sale July 3 to 4. L. E Sims of western Socorro county left this morning for Colorado where he goes to look up a permanent location. People out of town who patronize Socorro industries are not backward in stating boldly that Socorro beer and Coon and IJiavaschi's brandies are the best of wet groceries these canicular days. All of the headache ha9 been taken out of them before bot.ling and barreling. A. F. Katzt-nstein has in his candy and news store a larire glass aquarium in which he keeps a lot of small minnows that attract considerable attention from his customers. They are only commonplace minnows, however, and wc suggest that he take them out, paint them with gold bronge and throw them back in the water. They would reate a sensation among the 1( to 1 fo...

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. — 23 June 1900

Tilín OHIBFTAIN. Rcpulilirun at nil tlm. Pivoted to th biit lutrmli of Kueorro, Snwrro county ftuit ,Uie Trirlb-ry In Enteral. tilT ll th Min ,lng dmm of Mill griat mineral Motion. HIEFTAIN -I FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED. VOL. 48 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY,. JUNE 23, 4900 NO. 20 SKULL riANGLED. Horrible Death of Mine Cnglnneer W. L. Key. William Luther Keys, evidently a mine engineer, lies dead at Strong's undertaking room 9, with the left side of his head crushed in and the skull partially laid open, and his left leg .broken and bruised in several places between- the knee and foot. - Wednesday night, as the west- bound passenger, No. 1, under Conductor Heady, with Engineer A. U. Dixon at the throttle, struck the top ot lsarr s hill, a lew nines soutn oí tnc city, me quick eye of the engineer perceived a black object partially lying alongside the track. As the train, troins down irrade at a rapid speed, neared the object the engineer promptly saw that it was a man, The air brakes w...

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. — 23 June 1900

r THE CHIEFTAIN rUnLIHEI) BT SOCORRO COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. K. A. DRAKE, Editor. SATURDAY, JUNK 33, 1900. Entered at Hocorro 1'oa.lofflce as second ' clan mail tnsl'er. TERMS' OF tCBSCRHTION. I Strictly In advance.) One vpar -on Si inouibk 1 The IVrnmrats are now wondering whether Dewey will five the Vue .'residency away in case tliev nominate him. Chicago, it is said, decided that the crooks and gamblers must leave town, but the order was suspended until after the rensus has all been taken. The rhiliine and Boer wars seem to be nearly over, but the Jireann makers need not be blue. There is an election in Kentucky this fall, to say riothiiitr of China. In IS')'), the United States produced more coal than any other nation in the world, England included. In exports in 1863, Great Britain produced 3 times as much as the United States, and in 1S7S more than twice as much. From every section of the coun try come tales of enormous peach crops. This will probably be a jeach year which will ...

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. — 23 June 1900

PROFESSIONAL CAlíDS. DR. SWISHER, ..(Graduate of tlie University of Niw York City, iS;6,and former U. S. Examining urgeon.) Socorro. New Mexico. y. v. CLANCY, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, N. M. .11. M, DOUGHERTY. ATTOHNKT AT I,W. Pe torro, . New Mexico, W. K. CHILDKRS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. SI. EEFEQO BACA, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro. New Mexico. Will practice In all Courts. V7. II. WINTER, Attouxey and CorxsELon at Law Will practice in all tho Court. F, murro, . . N.w Mexico BERNARD 8. BODEY ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. M All Branches of the practice attended lo J. KORNITZEU, I'll Y 31 CIAN AND SUIíOKOX. OHlcc at Residence. Jam ks o. Fiic a ATTORNEY T LAW, Socorro, N. M. O.lice in Terry Block. FREEMAN & CAMERON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Carlfcl.ud, N. M. Will practice In all the Courts. JULIAN M ON TOYA, j.otary ru!;Lic ND CONVEYANCER. 6;.n IV.lrn. - - NEW MEXICO. )R. C. G. DUNCAN", Physician and Surgeon, Office east side Plaza. Socorro, - - - - N. M. E. KIT1REI.L, Dentis...

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. — 23 June 1900

SOCORRO, N. M. Socorro, v: TIIE CIIIEFf AIN. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. For President, WILLIAM McKlNLEY of Ohio. For Vice 1'rcsiscnt, .THEODOKK ROOSFA'ELT of New York. Roosevelt to Mckinley. Washington, June 22. The following is the text of Governor Roosevelt's message to President McKinlcy; "I appreciate deeply your congratulations and am proud to be associated with you oa a ticket." THE GRAPHIC. The Graphic mine and smelter, located near Magdalena in Socor ro county, have for several years been most successfully operated ty Captain A. 15. Fitch, lessee, With Geo. A. Byron, super intendent of the mine, and Max B. Fitch, superintendent of the smelter. The smelter and mine are over one mile apart, connected j an ore-car tramway, having a decent from the mine to the 'smelter of 500 feet. Stopcsshow a very regular wall formation in most places in the mine and it is substantially timbered with stulls. The output varies from 75 to 100 tons of material Iper day. Near the main tunnel entr...

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. — 30 June 1900

TI 112 CHIEFTAIN RrluiMlmn at nil Umn. DcviUl to .th bm luirnt il Socorrí, Sucoito roniitf Hnd tbn Terrltcry (n gPufrrU. GItm nil th- Mill lug nrwa of thin trrul miiiM"! neillun. rrTf c: E j jCJlJNJ COMPLETE IN EVERY. ESPEQL FIRST-CLASS WORK' EXECUTED. VOL. 48 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, JUNE 30,1900 NO, 21 OF HOME INTKHEST. The river is again very low. Fire works-atcost at Katzen steiu's. The biff baloon will go up on the Fourth. J. I'. Chase returned from El Paso Sundaj. Go to Biavaschi's for all kinds of mixed drinks. Russell Howell came in from the west Saturday. The Fourth of July committee Teport fine progress. Crushed raspberry ice cream at Katzcnstein's, Sunday. Louis Bertrand and wife left Tuesday for the states. Lou Terry came' in from the Black Range this week. Sheriff Ditwiler of Colorado, was in the city Sunday. Water melons and fruit of all kinds are on the market. Mrs. Lohman of San Marcial is visiting Mrs. E. Gillett. A conservative estimate will give Socorro 4,15...

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. — 30 June 1900

I THE CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHED BT f :c:m csuxu pvuiskins co. E. A. DRAKE, Editor. SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1900. Entered at Socorro Poatofflce m arcoad tliu mail matter. TERMS Of 8CBSCRIITI05. i Strict It io advacc.) On year 2 00 fin month 1 .00 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. 1'or President, WILLIAM McKINLKY ufühio. For Vice Presisent, TIIEODOKFi ROOSEVELT of New York. McKinley ?reat ticket. and Roosevelt a Of course the wall paper trust went to the wall. It was earn ing too much paper. No motion was needed to make the Republican ticket unanimous. It was lorn that way. The New York ice trvst has put ice down to 30 cent a. That wont prevent Tammany from looking; like it this fall. Now, honest, do you Democrats think that another calamity campaign would succeed in the Tace of the present prosperity? A striped waistcoat owned by Robert Uurna, waa recently sold in London for nearly $20. There is still hope for Tim Woodruff. Now the farmers are getting so prosperous that it is said they are building b...

Publication Title: Chieftain, The
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