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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The chieftain. — 30 June 1900

PROFESSIONAL CAUDS. DR. SWISHER. ,Graduate of the University of New York City, i-876. and former U. S. Kxarruning burgeon.) Socorro. . New Mexico y. W. CLANCY, ATTOKHFV-AT-I-AW, Albuquerque, N. M tl. M . IKUXIHEUTY. ATTOBNKT AT J. VW. JrWnrro, New Mfiioo. IV. B. GUILDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. M. F.I.FF.OO II AO A. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Socorro. New Mexico. Will practice in II Court. W. H. riXTKR, ATTf'RS FT AND CoON-ri.rtll AT L.KVi Will prnctice tn II the Courts. S.icorro. NVw Mi sico KF.RNA&D S. ROPEY ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. M All Brandies nf tlie pmctice kt tended to .1. KORXirZER, I'HYSKUAN AND SURGEON Ofilce at Residence. J.lUKS tl. Fil'CU ATTUPvNEY AT LAW. Socorro, N. M OHIc in Terr illm-k. FRKEMAN .c CAM ERON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Carlshad, N. M Will practice i nil the Courts. JULIAN MONKIVA. NOTAKV Vl'l'LI'.' 'a n it rov !:y a Nf, kh . H:im IVdro. - NEW MEXICO. j)R. C. G. DUXCAN. y I'hysician and Surgeon, . Office eist side !'a.a. Socorro, - - N. M. J K. Kl I ...

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 June 1900

SOCORRO, N. M. Socorro, TIIE CHIEFTAIN. MOGOLLON MISINO DISTRICT. nsldrrallf Work Iteiinr Pone on FlrstrU-í Properties. The report published in the Enterprise a few weeks apo to the effect that Governor- Otero and II. O. Bursum had disposed .of their interests in the B. O. B. Mining company, operating the Deep Down mine, to A. K. Craver, of Chicago, is emphatically .denied, says the Silver City Independent. The B. O. B. Mining company has its mill nearly completed, and expects to be crushing ore by the first of July. Some very high grade ore is being extracted from the new shaft being sunk. The B. U. B. people have not hesitated to invest money in developing their property, and the result is that they now have one of the best projositions in the Mogollón district. Both the mine and mill have been equipped with modern and labor saving machinery. The Last Chance mill will be started some time during the present week. From 20 to 30 men will be employed as soon as operations are under w...

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. — 7 July 1900

nn DTI? c: FTAIN. THE CHIEFTAIN JOB ROOMS. COMPLETEjNJVERY RESPECT FIRST-CUSS WORK EXECUTED. JLUJ Ed VOL. 18 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1900 NO, 22 THE CIIIKFTAXH. H'ollirii m II tltjiM. Dcrntrd to tlx bet totrroal of goiorro, Somrro Ponr.tj nd the Territory In (f-nrml. UItm II Uu Mln lur bwi of tlili treat ratnrral Mcllcm. THE CELEBRATION. The Socorro celebration was a errand success. The day ursher cd into existence by the booming of canons, after which Old Glory was run up the flag staff. The San Miguel band played martial music and soon the plaza and streets were crowded with people At 9 a. m. all went down to the grounds, when the Declara tion of Independence was read and lustily cheered. John W Merry made a line speech in English while Sefcrino Abeyta addressed the vast assembly in Spanish. A rain storm came np which excluded other speakers from takin? part. The rain lasted but an hour and resulted in great benefit as it layed the dust and cooled the air, making th...

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. — 7 July 1900

THE CHIEFTAIN rCBMsiIED BY .SOCORRO COUNTY PUBUJHINQ CO. K. A. WJAKE, Editor. SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1900. Enter-id at Socorro Postnftice as second class cnait matter. THUMB OF HCBSCRIPTION. ( Strictly in sdvatice.) One year..... $3.00 'Si months. 1 00 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. l'r President, WILLIAM McKINLEY of Ohio. For Vice Presisent, XIIEODORK ROOSEVELT of New York. The situation hunter is gradu ally becoming obsolete. The situation now hunts the man. The corn crop of the United States was worth almost $85,000, 000 more lust vear than in 1895. There was a combination in the iron trade of Sjracuse more than 2,000 years ago. There was no protective tariil in those days. Out in Chicago they have a bug that bites bicycle tires. Thus the process of "rubbering around" is spreading even in the insect creation. The Canton date line will come largely to the front during the nest few months, and readers will have to pause to find out whether it refers to China or to phio. Count Castellano is...

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. — 7 July 1900

hrm.a Irw.kit. ' f . i... .T " V""a "".. th wrltr.j "1 hop. of rrr Utlr, wrlf.mln. whtn m. dr.,.! ,.. ; C." V1. " rny.ician. ana mocil to I h ahim4a n w - ' j 7 . pvriTCi ácana. Our tnerfiral i1pn.rtm.ni 1. i . . PROFESSIONAL CARD3. DR. SWISHER, Graduate of the University of New York City, i876,and former iU. b.'r.xamining burgeon.) Socorro. New Mexico. 4''. VV. CLANCY, ' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, N. M II. M. DOUGHEKTY, ATTORNET-AT LAW. Kr,orro, . New Mexico, V. n. C1I1LÜKRS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. M. ELFEOO BACA, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Socorro. New Msxlco. Will practice in all Courts. V. II. WINTER, Attorney ahd Cousselou at Law Will practice Id all the Courts. Socorro, New Mexico. BERNARD 8. ItODEY ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. H All Rranchts'of the practice attended to J. KORNITZER, PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON. Office at Residence. James o. fitch attorney at law, Socorro, N. M, Office in Terry Block. FREEMAN & CAMERON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Carlsbad, N. M. Will practico la all...

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. — 7 July 1900

Socorro, THE CHIEFTAIN. "LOTES TOO BLOOMING, 'IGIÍ." nslialiiiian' Only Comnifut Whfn r.roncho Threw Him. "Most Englishmen are consider cd prettj fair horsemen, but when it comes to riding a bucking broncho some oí them arc not in, or on, it for long," said the owner of a large cattle ranch in Wyoming to the writer the other laj. VFor instance, a rich young Englishman recently came out to "my party oí the country in quest of some good investment. He was at my ranch as a guest for a few days, and one afternoon, as the cowboys were about to round up a bunch of cow ponies, the young- man said that he would enjoy a ood ride in the saddle. He said lie was nsed to riding only thoroughbreds, and he didn't think we had a horse good enough for him. The boys convinced him that they had one of the finest horses, on the plains, and if he knew how to ride he was welcome to the animal. He was apparently insulted when quest ioned about his ability to ride, and answered that he could ride any kind ...

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. — 14 July 1900

THE TW A TTTT THE CHIEFTAINJOB ROOMS. JL Jl. jLJL N COMPLETE IN EVERY RESPECT FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED. VOL. iS SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, JULY 44, 1900 NO, 23 T!tr3 OtnitlFTAIlT. KtViililifin I nil timet. Povotfil to the rsl iulrrtM of Xmotig, Socorro connly nj the Territory In gnntl. tílve all tlm Mill ing urwt of tln grml mlnrr.il an-tlon. CHIEF Kcnl Cslnte Transfers. The following real estate trans fers were recorded in the office of Probate Clerk and Recorder II. G. Daca in the month of June: Win. 11. Smith to Marcus I). Tailor sjiswwjse 4', sec. 30, twp. 5. south of range 7.0 west, 160 acres, March 2, the same land was trans ferred to K. II. Franz by the grantee. A. B. Baca to Virginia M. de Baca, a small parcel of land in Ran Marcial and two houses and lots in Socorro, $700, 1ST. A. B. Ely to A. B. Haca, a small parcel of land in San Mar cial, Feb. 16, 1899. James L. Davis to Mary S. Harllctt. lots 2 to 5 of Mock 5 in the town of Magdalena, $1.00, Feb. 20, 1899. v Louis ...

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. — 14 July 1900

THE CHIEFTAIN rUBLWHED BY 10C0RR0 COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. V.. A. DEAKE. Editor. SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1000. tinten'! al Socorro IVstoflloe as second clan mail mailer. TKKM8 OK HCUSCMITION. i Strictly iu adrauve.) pn year 12.00 nnni hi 1.00 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. For President, WILLIAM McKINLEY of Ohio. For Vice Prcsiscnt, THEODORE ROOSEVELT of New York. OUR TICKET. "Pkincim.ks, not men," is the jrist of an exceedingly good rule jn politics, a rule which is only too often obscured by the light of strong personal qualities in political leaders. However, as those personal qualities make men the more or less efficient exponents of political principles, the men themselves have always received and will always continue to receive a large share of public consideration. William McKinley represents the great conservative clement of the republican party, lie is a safe man. He has never been known to be radical or erratic in his political ideas. He has the perfect confidence of those who have i...

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. — 14 July 1900

PROrES3I0SAL CARDS. DR. SWISHER, , (Gradúale of the University of New York City, iSO.and former U. S. Examining Surgeon.) Socorro. New Mexico. P. W. CLANCY, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, N. M. ,H. M. DOUGHEHTY, ATTORNKY-AT-L iW. Focorro, New Mexico. W. H. CHILD ERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. M. ELFEGO BACA, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Socurro, New Mexico. Will practice la til Courts. W. n. WINTER, Attorney and Counselor- at Law Will practice In all the. Court. Socorro, New Mexico. BERNARD 8. ItODEY ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. M All Branches of tbe practice attended to J. KORNITZEU, PI1Y3ICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at Residence. JAMES 0. FITCH ATTORNEY AT LAW, Socorro, N. M. Ofücc in Terry Block. FREEMAN & CAMERON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Carlsbad, N. M. Will practice la all the Courts. JULIAN MONTOYA, NOTARY PUI5LIC AND CONVEYANCER. Fan Pedro. - NEW MEXICO. jjR. C. G. DUNCAN, Physician and Surgeon, Office east side Haza. Socorro, - - - - N. M. E. KITTRELL, Dentist. Offices Socorro, Abey...

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. — 14 July 1900

SOCORRO, N. M. TT Minino' V.n Socorro, THE CHIEFTAIN. Nor ina I InMitnte Im- tli Cmiiitirs f Sworru ami Sierra. Socorro, N. M., July 10th, 1000. The Normal Instituto, accord to previous notice, opened at the high school rooms on June 25th. VMH), at 10 o'clock a. ni., with Professor M. K. Ilickcy of Albu querque as conductor and Mr. Julian J. Trujillo as assistant. The first meeting was called to order by County Superintendent A. C. Torres, when organization was effected by the election of A. C. Torres as president and Julian J. Trujillo as secretary. The following committees were apjtointed by the president: On invitation. Misses Mary .Cilasson, Kuby II. Uerry, S. M. Kowc. On reception, Misses M. A. Randol, Minnie McCoach, Jessie A. Lylc. On address, Messrs. Ciríaco Jojola, Mcliton Gonzales, Jesus Ma. Torres. On resolutions, Messrs. Meli ton Torres, 1. A. Marcellino, Francisco Iiina,,KiimaIdo Gonza les and Ainado Gonzales. Mr. Julian J. Trujillo, secre tary, was made ex-ollicio chai...

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. — 21 July 1900

- Til El piniFTAIN. HírsMtmn t nil tlmu. Dcrntrd r ttu .fxrst tntn-nt f Pocario, Sorurro county and flie Territory iu gencrnl. Gitei all Ih h la lug nun of this great dineral lection. ("lirirTT'TIT TTTmn A 1T"Tn T THE CHIEFTAINJOB ROOMS.- JljLJIJIJD x xnJ COMPLETE IN EVERY RESPECT FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED. VOL. -18 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1900 NO. 24 THE .Reply to Superintendent A. C. Torre. Socorro, N. M., July 20, 1900. , Editor Chieftain: j It is not the intention of the -undersigned to enter into any newspaper eontrqversy, and thi9 communication will end further comment. The writers would not pay the least attention to the article printed in the San Mar cial Bee over the signature of A. C. Torres, School Superintendent, were it not for the fact that the public is interested in the man agement of the educational af fairs of the county and territory. A majority of the examining hoard saw fit to adopt a set of questions for the examination of teachers held on July ...

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. — 21 July 1900

THE CHIEFTAIN rUBLIiSHEO I1T jccorro county puslishinq co. E. A. DRAKE, Editor. SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1900. Entered at Socorro Postofltee at second c!as mnil matter. TERMS OK 8CBSCRIPTION. (Htrict)y in advance.) ine year... Hix mnothi. . .200 .. Í.00 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. For President, WILLIAM McKINLEY of Ohio. For Vice l'resisent, niEODORK ROOSEVELT of New York. Tiiii press despatches announce that Spain will send no warships to China. Probably Switzerland will send none, cither, for the same reason. Bkyanitks is a term which now properly comprehends silver democrats, fusion populists, silver republicans, some Sandwich Islanders, and Webster Davis. Tub chances are now about to 1 that McKinley and Roosevelt will be elected. Before the ide of November the chances will be in the "heaven-born ratio" of 16 to 1. The democratic convention declared itnjenalism to be th paramount issue, evidently Unconscious of the fact that takes two parties to make an issue. If it is true that the Bo...

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. — 21 July 1900

.Socorro. Socorro, N. M. Socorra, H. fJ3. cial on my way down to Socorro San Marcial. I met Mr. J. E. Socorro, N. H. PROFESSIONAL CAKD3. j)R. M. A. SAYLKR, D.D.S., I.F.N TAL SURGEON. Office over post-office. Socorro, - -- New Mexico. DR. SWISHER, (Graduate of the University of New York City, 1876, and former 0. S. Examining Surgeon.) New Mexico. I. VV. CLANCY, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, Albuquerque, N. M. U. M. DOUOHEKTV, ATTORN ET AT Socorro, New Meaico. W. B. CUILDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Albuquerque, N. M. ELFEQl) BA.UA, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Socorro, New Mexico. Will practice in all Courts. W. H. WINTER, Attorney asd Counselor at Law Will practice in 11 the Courts. Socorro, New Mexico UE11NAUD S. UODEY ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuaueruuo, N. M All Brunches of the prnctice attended to J. KORNITZ15R, . l'UYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office at Residence. JAMES 0. FITCH ATTORNEY ' Office in Terry Block. AT LAW, FREEMAN & CAMERON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Carlhbud, N. M. Will prwrtire la all Hie Courts. JULIAN MONTOYA,...

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 July 1900

SOCORRO, N. M. Socorro, TIIE CIIIEFTAIN. Tb Census of Irrigation. The preliminary investí gation pf irrigation by the Census Office is progressing rapidly. Director Meriam is well pleased with the prompt response (rom irrigators to the census inquiries and is confident that the forth coming report will be accurate and complete, and will compre hensi vel y show the progress which his been made in reclaiming large portions of the arid and and sub-humid regions. Synopses of the tabulation sheets, with typewritten descrip tive notes, are being prepared, and at an early date will be submitted to competent authori ties in the arid states. These results were obtained by the schedules and in the form of a preliminary bulletin giving name, location, length, width, cost, and acreageof the principal irrigating systems, arranged by counties, will be sent out for revision and later embodied in the final report. The irrigators have evinced an intelligent appreciation of the Importance of securing...

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. — 25 August 1900

niJT'D Din A TAT THE CHIEFTAIJJOBJ lMlJljjJD 1 ÜIlS1 . COMPLETEJNJVERY ROOMS. RESPECT FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED. VOL. 18 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1900 NO. 29 THIS CHIEFTAIN. ReptiMtmii M ill lmM. DPTiitrd tn thf bt lniiri'Ui of Socmro, Socorro county nl tlm TftrrlU-rjr In f-onritil. Illvii all tli Uln ing DPn ot (ical minimi iwllnn. THE Chloride Letter. Chloride, N. M., Aug. 25,1900. Editor Chieftain: Mcssr.i. Codding, Kruse and Adams have returned from El Paso. Work is steadily proceeding on the Hoosier Bay and considerable ore is already blocked out for the proposed mill. John Fulton was in town after supplies Sunday, and reports that his properties are showing up better than ever before. Terry brothers are still actively engaged in cross-cutting to their lead .and now have about 35 feet farther to drive. Four men are working. Henry E. Patrick has spent the best part of the week hunting his horses and reports that, in the neighborhood of Hagens Feak the grass is k...

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. — 25 August 1900

T. & S. F. Time Tabla TILE CHIEFTAIN rUBLISHK BY :CCHR3 COUNTY FU3USHINQ CO. K. A. DRAKE, Editor. SATUKUAY, AUG. 25, 1000. K.nlered at Socorro PoMofllce a second cías Dinil tnatier. TERMS OK HUBSCUIITION. (Strict) j in advai.ee.) Oni iar t2 00 Six months 1 00 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. For President, WILLIAM McKINLKY of Ohio. For Vice I'resisent, Til F.OUOKK KOOSKVKIP of New York. CAM. FOR A UF.ITIiLHAN' TF.Iiltl TORIAI. COSVESTIOX. A delegate convention of the Republican voters of the Terri tory of New Mexico is hereby called to meet in the city of Santa Fe at ten o'clock in the morning on Wednesday, the third of Oc tober, 1900, for the purpose of placing in nomination a candi date from New Mexico to the 57th Congress, and to transact such other business as may properly come In-fore the said convention. The Kepublican electors of this territory and all those who be lieve in the principles of the .Kepublican party and in its poli ces as announced in the "National '"Republican p...

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. — 25 August 1900

'S I coi. It si't.'KAi; I.OUKLVii INIO A ,-,!iim S. P. r l'KDI f.' TONA 1. ('AIM'S. J)K. M. A. SAYLl'.K. D.P.S., l'KNTAl. Sl'KCF.ON'. l.'iice over post-ofT:cC v corro, - - New Mexico. Die. swismik, ((iiaJuale of the University of New York City, 1876, ami former U. S. Examining Surgeon.) Socorro. New Mexico. 1-. W. CLANCY, A'I'TOK NE Y-AT-I.A W, Albuquerque, N. M. U. M . IiotTllIEl'.TY, AlTOUNKYAT-LsW. , Potorro, New Mexico. V. 15. GUILDERS, ATlOUNEY AT LAW. Albuquerque, N. SI. K.m:!t b.u;a, ATTOltNEY AT LAW, Socorro, New Mexico. Will practice 11 ull Courlu. W. II. WISTKK, Attxey ano (Wnsrlor at Law Will practico in ull the Courts. Socorro, . o New Mexico. IMClíMMM) S. KOüEY ATToKNKY.AT LAW. Albuquerque, N M All Brunches f I tie practice uttended to J. KOUNirZKR, IIIY3TCIAN AND SU HOPOS. Office at UcsiJcncc. JaUKS ;. FITCH .TTOKNKY AT LAW, Socorro, N. M OHIce in Terry Week. MiEEMAN & (WaVERON ATTOllN'KYS AT LAW Cnrlsbad, N. M. W.ii prai'lii-u in all Ibis Courts. JULIAN MOMTOYA, I...

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. — 25 August 1900

$ f SOCORRO, N. M. 1 m Socorro, THE CHIEFTAIN. Never Lost a Ship. Since Japan's national navy began to be formed 30 years ago they have not lost a single ship owing to faulty seamanship. One vessel, a cruiser built in France, disappeared on her way out from Euroje, while still in the hands of the French, and one, a gunboat, sank by collision with a foreign steamcrin circumstances that did not convict the Japanese ot any fault. With these exceptions, there has been complete immunity from serious accident, a remarkable record when we remember that, during more than two centuries immedia tely anterior to the Meiji era the law interdicted the construction of sea-going ships and Japanese sailors could not acquire any knowledge of navigation beyond what was furnished by coastwise voyages in small junks. No education could have been less serviceable for the purpose of modern seamanship and, when the admiralty in Tokio sent Japanese ofiiccrs and crews to Europe to bring on- line-of-battlc s...

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. — 1 September 1900

Tilia OIIIEFTAIN. Rinblír at nil Um. DTnt(l to thf bftt liitrrMU f Soesrm, frwwro rnaty in4 the 1rrlti.rjr In srml. Give all Uwt Mío Inj mrwi of tli It grral mlntrml ttrUon. ítv a CHIEFTAIN. THE CHIEFTAIN JOB ROOMS. completejFevery respect FIRST-CLASS WORK EXECUTED. ri VOL. 18 SOCORRO, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,1900 NO. 30 .Resolutions on the Resignation of Hon. Charles A. Leland. ;Soeorro, N. M., Aug. 24, 1900. At a meeting of the Socorro Bar, held at the office of Silas Alexander, Esq., for the purpose of adopting suitable resolutions of respect for the Honorable Charlea A. Iceland upon his resig nation from the bench of New Mexico as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court and Presiding Judge of the Fifth Judicial Dis trict Court of the Territory of New Mexico, the following com mittee was appointed to draft suitable resolutions, viz: W. R. Kelley, Elfego Baca and W. II. Winter. Said committee report ed the following preamble and resolutions, which were unani mously adopte...

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. — 1 September 1900

THE CHIEFTAIN PUBLISHED PT SOCORRO COUNTY FUIUSHIN8 CO. K. A. DRAKE, Editor. SATURDAY, SE1 1, 1900 (Catered at Socorro Poaiofllce second class niail mat'cr. TEBMP OK 8CBSCKIPTION, t 8trictl? in adrance.) Ona reir 12.00 'if moDih 1 00 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET. For President, WILLIAM Mi KIN LEY of Ohio. For Vice rreslsent, THEODORE ROOSEVELT of New York. CALL FOR A REPUBLICAN Ti'.KRI T0KIAL CONVENTION. A delegate convention of tin Republican voters of the Terri tory of New Mexico is hereby called to meet in the city of banta Fe at ten o'clock in the morning on ednesdav, the third of Oc tober, 1900, for the purpose of placing in nomination a candi date from New Mexico to the 5 th Congress, and to transact such other business as may properly come before the said convention The Republican electors of this territory and all those who be lieve in the principles of the Republican party and in its poli cics as announced in theNationa Republican platform adopted by the Republican JNational ...

Publication Title: Chieftain, The
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