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Santa Fe New iVtaxian
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24.
FORTY LADIES IN
BLACK ON THE
LOCAL STAGE
A Successful Minstrel Performance
at Which Santa Fe Turned Out
En Masse and Which Proved
a Great Success from Start
to Finish.
A SIMILAR SHOW TO BE GIVEN
8T THE ELKS IN THE NEAR FUTURE
The largest audience that has yet
gathered fn the new Loretto Hall, thor
oughly enjoyed the minstrel perform
ance given by forty amateur minstrels
last evening for the benefit of the Wo
man's Board of Trade. It was entirely
local talent, excepting Miss Blanche
Rothgeb, the accomplished Las Vegas
singer, who took part, and this added
greatly to the interest In the perform
ance, which was a success from start
to finish. There was not a dull moment
and the shafts of wit aimed at local
people were thoroughly appreciated.
The singing was excellent and the drills
were fine, especially when it is consid
ered that only one week was devoted
to practice. The costumes were strik
ing and the make-up was effective.
Considerable merriment was caused by
a dozen young men from the Santa Fe
Central Railway offices and a few others
who were dressed up as Rubes and sat
in the first row in the hall, amusing the
audience during Intermissions and send
ing bouquets of roses and violets to the
stage and once in a while dropping a
bunch of lettuce and radishes upon the
performers or dropping them into the
two big baskets in front of the stage
labeled "For Cabbages" and the other
"For Eggs and Othre Fruit," and put
up by the minstrels in anticipation of
favors of that nature.
The following was the program:
Bones Dinah Dewdrop, Mrs. R. L.
Baca; Kalsy Whitewash, Mrs. W. H.
Bartlett; Matilda Kinkhair, Miss
Haase; Sophia Trotter, Mrs. I. B.
Hanna.
Tambos Topsy Wayback, Miss Mor
rison; Limber Liz, Mrs. S. G. Cart
wright; Euphemia Thundercloud, Mrs.
Grant Rivenburg.
Interlocutor Mr. Klunk.
From the opening overture, to which
the Belles of Blackville marched on the
stage, until the closing number of Part
1, the "Black Bon Tons," the audience
was kept laughing by the local quips
of the Bones and Tambos. Interspersed
were the following solo numbers "De
Owl an' de Moon," by Angelina Snow
ball, Miss Ethel Easley; "Dat's de
Time a Nigger Feels Glad," by Topsy
Wayback, Miss Mamie Morrison; "Good
Old Summertime," by Siseretta Jones,
Miss Emily A. Walter; "Shootin'
Craps," a motion song, by Miss Amelia
Primrose, Miss Stella Sloan; "Under the
Shades of the Palms," by Topsy Way
back, Miss Mamie Morrison; "Mr.
Dooley," by Dinah Dewdrop and Kalsy
Whitewash, Mrs. W. H. Bartlett and
Fifty Years
Highest Ikiws
Tests U
imir.e. BAKING POWDER CO.. CHICAGO.
LEGISLATORS
j j j
'If all the legislators should die in one night
'Twould leave this country in a terrible plight,
The passenger trains would rust on the rail
And the hotel business be dead as a nail.
M d&
' No man would hear the sound of the gong,
And livery rigs would sell for a song;
The hinges of the theater doors would rust,
The street cars and omnibusses crumble to dust."
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W. H. 60FBEL, Hardware.
107 Catron Block
Mrs. R. L. Baca, with a whistling
chorus, the local allusions of the song
bringing down the house and compel
ling five encores; "Hannah Brown,"
by Black Patti, Miss Blanche Rothgeb.
Part 2 consisted of the following fea
tures: "The Emigrants," consisting of
eight "Deutsche Maedchens" just
landed at Castle Garden, whose singing
and antics brought out enthusiastic
applause amidst roars of laughter,
those taking part being the Misses
Emily Walter, Ailie Mueller, Ethel
Easley, Davis, Kate Mueller, Uda Gib
son, Myrtle Boyle, and Alice Kahn;
"The Happy Hottentots," a set of danc
ing and singing pickaninnies, who
speedily became favorite?, they being
the Misses Baca, Tootsie McFie, Wient
ge, Foree and Morrison; a sweet solo
by "Black Patti," Miss Rothgeb; a cake
walk, that was participated In by four
couples, the Misses Evelyn Dougherty
and Katie Mueller; Mamie Morrison
and Stella Sloan, Lamy and Marsh,
Daisy Patterson and Mrs. R. L. Baca,
all in fantastic and brilliant costumes,
the cake going. to the first named
couple, the matter being decided by the
audience; "The Haunted House," a
laughable farce by the Misses Stella
Sloan and Nellie Blanchard; and '-'The
Cotton Pickers' March, led by Captain
Emily Walter, in the infantry uniform
of New Mexico National Guard. Miss
Walter sang "Company B," and the in
tricate movements of the marchers re
ceiyed round after round of applause.
Every one of the forty who took part
deserve praise for the great success of
the evening's performance. A. L. Mor
rison, Jr., filled the difficult post of ac
companist very satisfactorily, and the
manager and coach, Mr. Klunk, scored
such a success that the local lodge of
Elks has persuaded him to remain In
Santa Fe two more weeks to coach the
Elks in a minstrel performance which
will seek'to equal and if possible sur
pass the success of last evening. But
the Elks will have to hustle to do It,
at least such Is the sentiment of the 600
or more people present at last evening's
performance. Over $118 were cleared
by the Woman's Board of Trade with
last evening's performance.
MINOR CIH TOPICS
The Denver and Rio Grande train
left at 9 o'clock this morning, two hours
late.
The city council wiU meet in regular
monthly meeting on Monday evening
next and so will the city board of edu
cation.
WANTED By the New Mexican Prin
ting Company, second-hand volumes
ol the Session Laws of 1899 in English.
Fair price paid.
It snowed all day yesterday in the
Santa Fe range. A good supply of wa
ter during the spring and summer In
the Santa Fe valley is therefore as
sured.
Claire: A. C. Pacheco and wife, Ar
royo Seca; K. K. Scott, Gallup; E. V.
Chaves, Jesus Romero, C. D. Murphy,
Eslavio Vijil, T. G. Apodaca, G. Bada-
racco, A. Jamora, T. Werner, Albu
querque; S. M. Dawson, Las Vegas.
The Historical Society of New Mexi
co held a public meeting Tuesday even
ine In the chamber of the House of
Representatives at , Santa Fe. These
meetings are reported very interesting
and the society is doing some excellent
work in collecting data for the future
historian. Red River Prospect6r.
The New Mexican Printing Company
has the only bindery In the territory
the Standard
wlHS
World's Fair.
S. Gov't Chemists
Santa Fe, N. ill.
where first class loose leaf ledgers are
manufactured. Merchants and business
Arms, requiring such books for the
coming yiear, should Immediately ad
dress 'this company and they will find
that the best work at the lowest prices
In the southwest wl'll be done for them
if they order from this company.
A meeting of the Board of Trade at
its rooms in the Sena Block this even
ing at 7:30 o'clock.
Quite a number of leading citizens
have already purchased tickets for the
Famous Schubert's Symphony Club
Saturday night.
Professor J. A. Wood received the fol
lowing telegram this morning from
Trinidad, Colorado: "Schuberts played
to a large house last night. Everybody
delighted. C. B. Foggy."
The forecast is for snow in the north
and rain in the south portion tonight
and tomorrow with colder weather. The
maximum temperature yesterday was
46 at 1:40 p. m., and the minimum was
31 at 4.; 30 a. m. The temperature at 6
o'clock this morning was 29.
It commenced to snow at half past
six o'clock this morning, and up to
three o'clock this evening two indies of
snow had fallen. This amounts to
about .12 of an inch of water. The
storm is likely to continue late into the
night.
It snowed considerable this forenoon
at Las Vegas, and by noon over four
inches of snow had fallen. Snow is also
reported at Embudo and north of there;
and along the line of the Denver and
Rio Grande Railroad. This afternoon
snow was falling at Raton. There is no
snow of any consequence reported south
or on the lines of the Santa Fe Central
Railway and Santa Fe Railway.
Jose Bautista Talache, governor of
the pueblo of San Jatm, Jose Ramon
Archuleta and Jose Antonio Garcia, ex
governors of the pueblo, and Ventura
Montoya, war captain, were In Santa
Fe today to see Superintendent Clinton
J. Crandall at the United States Indian
school and United States Special At
torney A. J. Abbott on legal and other
business on behalf of the San Juan
Pueblos.
Palace: Alexander Bowie, Gallup; F,
Sternhardt, Santa Fe; Miss Kate Dick
inson, Amhurst, Mass.; Chas. T. West,
Ben Weiller, J. E. W. Munger, Denver;
Mrs. W. B. Hayes, Tercio, Colo.; G. W.
Bond, Wagon Mound; J. F. Brumough,
St. Louis; Leslie Warfel, Chicago; Carl
royo Seco; K. K. Scott, Gallup; E. V.
Chaves, Albuquerque; J. H. Robinson
and wife, W. G. Pollark, New York; W.
F. Payne, Des Moines, la.; G. C. Hamp
ton, Aztec; J. T. Barney, Paducah, Ky.;
J. Law, Antonito.
The second public meeting of the His
torical Society of New Mexico will be
held in the chamber of the House of
Representatives at the Capitol on Tues
day evening of next week. The House
has granted the use of the hall to the
society. The interesting program
which has been prepared includes the
following: "The Mission Church of New
Mexico, by Prof. Hewett; "The Great
Ruins at Aztec." by Hon. Granville
Pendleton; "Historical Reminiscences,
by Hon. W. H. H. Llewellyn; "The
Work of . the Albuquerque History
Club, by C. W. Ward. It is hoped that
Hon. Pedro Sanchez will be well enough
to give some personal reminiscences of
Padre Martinez.
The minstrel show given last evening
by the socley ladles of this city for the
benefit of the Woman's Board of Trade
was a great success from every point
of view. The Loretto Auditorium was
packed and standing room was at a pre
mium. The performance was given
with a vim and a dash that does not
usually Characterize amateur entertain
ments, and there were no tedious or
tiresome delays. The participants en
tered into the spirit of the entertain
ment, the music was good and the Jokes
were bright and heartily appreciated.
Many citizens of Santa Fe received the
good natured and witty thrusts and en
Joyed them as much as did the others.
The manager of the entertainment was
Burt Klunk, and to him is due great
credit for its success. All participants
were blackened up.
At 2:10 this morning occurred the
death of Mrs. Isabel Baca de Sena, at
the Sena homestead on Palace avenue,
of heart trouble. Mrs. Sena has been
critically ill for some time, but her fam
ily and friends had not given up all
hope and her death is a great shock.
She was 63 years, of age and was born
at Pena Blanca, this territory. She
lived there until 1859, when she was
married to Major J. D. Sena, who died
in 1892. Since her marriage she has
made her home in this city. Mrs. Sena
was a most hospitable and loving wo
man, was highly esteemed and respect
ed and has hundreds of relatives and
friends who will mourn her loss. . Six
children survive her: Mrs. J. M. Luna,
M. F. Sena, L. B. Sena, Mrs. C. F.
Abreu, J. D. Sena and Mary Sena. The
funeral will be held Friday morning.
At 9 o'clock high mass will be said at
the Cathedral and interment will be
made In Rosarlo cemetery.
PERSOIIAUIEIITIO'I
E. V. Chaves, Albuquerque attorney,
Is in town on legislative business.
Eslavio Vigil, superintendent of
schools of Bernalillo county, is in town
from Albuquerque.
Representative A. W. Pollard : re
turned at noon from Deming, where he
spent Saturday and Sunday.
Eliseo Sena has returned to his
home in this city from OJo CaUente,
where he has been for some time.
J. H. Burns of Tlerra Amarllla who
is in the sheep raising business was a
visitor to Albuquerque on yesterday.
James L. Seligman, president of the
Seligman Bros. Company, is expected to
return from Philadelphia on tomorrow's
flyer.
A. C. Pacheco and wife of Arroyo Se
co, Taos county, are in the capital In
return from a -visit to the Republic of
Mexico.
Major W. H. H. Llewellyn, who spent
Saturday and Sunday at his home at
Las Cruces, has returned and has re
sumed Ma legislative duties.
General Manager W. S. Hopewell of
the Santa Fe Central Railway, left for
Albuquerque last night where .this
morning he was met by Mrs. Hopewell
hd their two sons, the party going east
todav to Chlcaeo. where Mrs. Hopwell
Will remain for a few days while Gener
al Manager Hopewell visits Pittsburg,
Pa., to consult with General Torrance
and other capitalists interested in the
building of the Santa Fe Central Rail
way. Jesus Romero, who is an influential
Albuquerque politician, was among last
night's arrivals from the Duke City.
Hon. Solomon Luna, collector and
treasurer of Valencia county, returned
to the capital from his southern home
today.
G. W. Bond, senior member of the
firm of G. W. Bond and Brother, arrive!
from Wagon Mound last evening and
went to Espauola this morning.
Mrs. H. H. Howard, wife of Repre
sentative Howard, left this evening for
her home at San Marelal, having en
joyed her three days' visit in the capi
tal very much.
diaries G. Ward, at present city ed
itor of the Albuquerque Journal-Democrat,
has been offered a position on the
Las Vegas Optic, and will assume the
position as city editor of that paper on
March first.
Misses Bertha and Katie Hase west
to Santa Fe this morning. Miss Bertha
is a stenographer in the house of rep
resentatives. Miss Katie will visit
with her sister during the week. Albu
querque Citizen.
Hon. C. E. Miller, of Anthony, chair
man of the Board of County Commis
sioners of Dona Ana county, and George
Lynch, surveyor and engineer of Hatch,
are in the capital, guests of Major W.
H. H. Llewwellyn.
Dr. G. W. Harrison of Albuquerque
has arrived in town and is looking after
legislative matters. He is Interested In
thi nnssntre of the medical bill which
he has prepared und also is favorable
to the creation of Sandoval county.
R. B. Stevenson of Omaha, Is in town
attending the bedside of his mother at
the residence of Mrs. J. L. Seligman.
m. Stevenson who has been critically
ill for ten days, is reported as slightly
improved this morning, and there ,are
hopes for her recovery.
The Schubert Symphony Club
And Lady Quartette of Chicago are
making their last tour ot the United
States and will appear next Saturday at
2:30 p. in. and at 8 p. in. at tho court
hotso under tho auspices of the city
high school. If ou enjoy the sweetest
of singing, the purest of fun and the
brightest of music, you can safely look
forward to this entertainment as a
great treat. Everybody likes music and
everybody enjoys a hearty laugh. To
hear the Schubert Lady Quartette sing
their "Old Maid Song" will make a rise
in the matrimonial market anywhore,
2:30 p. m., Matlneo 50 cents, School
pupils 25 cents, 8 p. m., concert 75 cents,
School pupils 50 cents. Tickets and
reserved scats at Ireland's drug store on
and after Tuesday.
U. S. Weather jsurean Note.
Forecast for New Mexico: Snow
In north and rain in south portion to
night and Wednesday with colder weath
er. Yesterdav the thermometer registered
as follows: Maximum temperature, 40
degrees, at 1:40 p. m; minimum, 31
degrees, at 4:30 a. m., The mean
temperature for the 24 hours was 38 de
grees. Mean dally humidity, 54 per cent.
, Precipitation, 0.03 of an Inch of snow.
Temperature at 0:00 a. m. today, 29
degrees.
STILL FIGHTING THE MERGER.
An Examiner Will be Asked for to Take Tes
timony In One of the Cases.
Washington, D. C, February 24.
Representative Cnshman today gave
notice In the United Sattes supreme
court that on next Monday ho would
present a petition for the appointmen
of an examiner to take testimony ii
tbe case of the state of Washington
against the Northern Securities com
pany, the "Merger Case." t ,
Jnstioe of the Feaoe Sockets. -
The New Mexican Printing Company
has orepared civil and criminal dockets
especially for the use of Justices of the
peace. They are especially ruled, wltn
printed headings, In either Spanish or
English, made of good record paper
strongly and durably bound with leath
er back and covers and canvas sides;
have a full index In front and the fees
of justices of the peace and constables
printed In full on the first page. The
pages are 10 l-2xl Inches. These books
are made un In civil and criminal doe
ksts, separate, of 820 pages each or with
both civil and criminal bound In one
book, 80 pages civil and 320 pages crim
inal. To Introduce them they are offer
ed at the following low prices:
Civil o.- criminal w
Combination civil and criminal 5 00..
For 45 cents additional for a singls
docket or 55 cents additional for a com
bination docket, they will be sent py
mall or nrenald express. Cash In lull
must accompany, order. State plainly
whether. English or Spanish pnntea
heading is wanted. Address
NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO.,
Santa, Fe. N. M-
Cheap Katss to Haw Tork.
The Mexican Central has recently
placed on sale tickets to New Tork and
return coins: via the Mexican Central
to either Vera Cruz or Tamplco; thence
via the famous Ward Steamship Line
to New York. The return will be by
rail over any line to El Paso. The en
tire trip covering thousands of miles,
can be made for S122.60. A more de
lightful trip cannot be planned as stop
over privileges are allowed and the tic
kets are good for one year from the
date of sale. The trip Includes the City
of Mexico, the "Paris of America,"
Havana, Cuba, and its famous Moro
Castle, Newport and a dozen of the
largest cities of the United States.
Further Information can be secured by
addressing W. S. Mead, C. K. Hudson,
general passenger agent, or W. D.
Murdock, assistant general passenger
agent.
Loose leaf ledgers of the finest quali
ty and made up under the latest and
best patents are a speciality at the
New Mexican bindery. If you need
anv books for the coming year, give
your order now and you will be fur
nished with first class books at very
reasonable price. v
Old papers for sale at this office.
To Curs a Cold in On Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggist refund the money if it fails
to cure. E. W, Grove's signature is on
each box. 25c.
"The Grand Canon of Arizona," a
superbly Illustrated volume of 124 pag
es. Fifty cents a copy. Apply to H. S.
Lutz, city agent of the Atchison, To
peka and Santa Fe Railway in the Ca
tron Block.
A WARM NUMBER.
Chile Con Carne, Chile Verde, Hot Ta
males, Enchiladas, Pasole, Temole,
Frljoles, Menudo, and other warm pro
positions, at the Bon-Ton.
Notary Public, Stenographer and Type
writer. Translations
From Spanish into English and from
English into Spanish carefully made.
Office with U. S. Attorney for the Court
of Private Land Claims, Federal Build
ing. Francisco Deloado.
' Santa Fe, N. M.
Spanish Taught.
Spanish taught by competent Spanish
teacher. Fourteen years experience
Terms reasonable. Translations solicit
ed. Address ,1. C, Martinez, care New
Mexican
RANGES "Tried and True." Excel
lent features, with reasonable pricey in
introduce them. Fully guaranteed.
DAVIS, the PLUMBER.
WALL PAPER!
.- One car load of the latest stylos and
shades cf'1963 wall paper received at.
McKenzle's. Step In und see for your
self. Wo can please you in stylo: and
price.
THEY SABE HOW." '
i'.uMltii-KK is business. Every fellow
(o his- tiude. Mixing drinks Is our
business and our artists "sabe" how to
mix 'em. You can get what you call
for here from a high-ball to a board off
the rofif. W. N. TOWNSEND,v
Prop, of The Arcade Club.
BROUGHT FROM DENVER.
New York Counts, Black Bass, Moun
tain Trout, Spanish Mackerel, Bull
heads, Frogs Legs, Pompano, and Sal
mon. Call at the Bon-Ton Restaurant.
STENOGRAPHY.
R. A. W ATKINS, Stenographer; Of
fice with H. N. Wlllcox, Catron Block.
Stenography and Typewriting by piece
work.
WANTED SEVERAL PE RSONS OF CHAR
aoter and good reputation in each state (one
in this county required) to represent and ad
vertise old established wealthy business house
of solid financial standing. Salary $21.00
weekly with expenses additional, all payable
in cash each Wednesday direct from heud of
fices. Horse and carriage furnished when
necessary. References. Enclose self-addressed
envelope. Colonial Co.,Caxton Blilg.,
Chicago. -
KILLED IN KANSAS.
And now at the Bon-Ton where you can
get them: Quail, Grouse, Prairie Chic
kens, Ducks, Snipe, Venison. Cll and
be convinced.
NOTICE.
The public in general Is hereby noti
fied that .my husband, Stephen Easton,
having published that he will not be re
sponsible for my accounts, that I have
abandoned his house and board, I will
say in reply that he has never had a
bed, house or table, that he has never
been responsible for my accounts and
that I have not made any accounts
against him. If I have abandoned him
it is for the reason that he charged me
with poisoning him, a charge which he
did not prove, besides striking me In my
own house without a just cause.
Francisquita Pino Easton.
"Strongest In the World"
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES
HENRY B. HYDE,
Founder.
j& ? t? t?
tOurstandlag Assurance "
Dec. 31, 1902 ... . $1,292,440,595.00
New Assurance Issued
In 1902 281,249,944.00
Income 69,007,012.25
Assets Dec. 31, 1902 . . 359,395,537.72
Assurance Fund and all
other liabilities . . . 284,268,040.95
Surplus. . 75,127,495.77
Paid Policyholders in
' 1902 . 29,191,250.79
& & & &
JAS. W. ALEXANDER, President.
JAS. H. HYDE, Vice President.
EDWARD GRUNSFELD, Mgr.,
Albuquerque, N. M.
MRS. L. A. HARVEY, AGENT,
SANTA FE - - ; NEW MEXICO
THE SIP FE
South Side of Plaza
We handle nothing but what Is
first-class In the Liquor Lino.
CALIFORNIA AND
IMPORTED WINES
M iaaiioi atiiun uuanan iniiiJ
We deliver any goods bought of
us to any part of the city and
Special Attention Is given to
Family and Mail Orders, fou
will find our service first-class.
SPOKBHECIBaa STORE
Snokirt Will Find Cigirs and To
baeei It Suit Tbilr Tistt ii
This Etfibliikninl
EAST SIOE OF PLAZA - SANTA FE, . I
W; T. BUYER, Priprittsr.
Ireland's
Headquarter's For
DRUOS
Toilet Articles, Candy and Cigars.
THE OLDEST DRUG HOUSE IN SANTA FE,
BAH Kinds of
Designs in.
Filigree Fob Chains,
Filigree Neck Chains,
Filigree Souvenir Spoons i
Filigree Brooch Pins.
J Filigree Bracelets,
Filigree Card' Caseif
Etc.; Etc., Etc.
How About Cigars?
We have the leading brands such as:
CHILDS, F0NTELLA, OWL, J. F. P0RTUAND0, SIGHT DRAFT AND
OTHERS IN 5 CENT GOODS. THE TQM MOORE, GEN. ARTHUR,
PREFERENCIA, EL SIDELLO, OLD STATESMAN, CHANCELLOR, AND
OTHERS IN 10 CENT GOODS. SANCHEZ y HAYA'S KEY WEST
GOODS, PORTO RICO CIGARS, MANILLA AND OTHERS TOO NUM- '
ER0US TO MENTION x x x x x x x x x x x x x x
If You Wan a PERFECT SMOKE, Not TOO DRY nor TOO
MOIST Try Our Cigars.
f! fi A R F T T F S AND TORACCO
FISCHER DRUG COPPAflY
230 San Francisco Street.
BAYLE'S
Ping-Pong Pickles
Yum-Yum Pickles
Lunch Herring
English Mustard
Hot Stuff
Bayle's After-Dinner and Deviled Cheese, 1 neon
and MacLaren's Imperial Cheese, Edam, Imported
Swiss, Roguefort, Llmburger, American
Cream, and Vaterland. Full Cream
Brick Cheese, Salted Peanuts.
i(. S. IAUjVE & CO., Grocers.
TELEPKOITE S3.
lei mERsq . . .
FLOUR, IAY,
WHOLESALE
and
RETAIL
EALER IN
SALT
Only Exclusive Grain House In Cltv
BOWLING ALLEY NEWS
J. H. Parrott has the lead in three
successive games with an average
score of 159 1-3.
The highest score for the week was
203, made by D. A. Day. Will give two
weeks' free rolling to anyone beating it.
Come around boys and organize a
team. What is the matter with Santa
Fe, the only city of Its size, but what
has from three to a dozen teams. You
cannot spend your money or time any
better. Tou gain In health more than
you lose In wealth." Health Is wealth.
C. W. D1LTS,
BASKETS
BLANKETS
POTTERY
ABB
GOLD S OLD CURIOSITY SHOP
GOtD.
Mexican Drawn Work a Specialty,
SAN FRANCISCO ST., CORNER BURRO ALLEY.
Pharmacy
A Full Line of.
DIAMONDS,
WATCHES,
SILVERWARE,
CLOCKS,
JEWELRY,
ETC., ETC.,
Manufacture
ican Filigree Jewelry.
South Side Plaza - Santa Fe
SMOKED
Finan Haddie
White Fish
Salm
GRAIN, POTATOES,
and
Ladles' afternoon was well attended.
All present had a good time. Bowling Is
a healthy and moral exercise as welf
as a pleasure participated in by the best
people of the states. Ladies, don't for
get that Thursday afternoon, Feb. 28, is
free for you. No gentleman without
Did you ever try bowling? There l r
no more healthful and pleasing. exer
cise. The old and young, male and fe-"
male, enjoy it. Try It once and you will
again.
Proprietor.
ESTABLISHED 1869.
ABE GOLD, Proprietor. ;
Mtltull Ut Mill DllUfJH
INDIAN
AND
MEXICAN
CURIOS .

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