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Santa F$ hew Mexican FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27. LEGISLATIVE POINTERS, Several of tba Council and House committees were in session last evening and thU forenoon. It is likely that the appropriation bill will be made a special order in the Council for Monday's fore noon session. Councilman Thomas Hughes says that nearly all the business men of Albu querque favor the division of Bernalillo county, and that he Is making his fight for the creation of Sandoval county on that account. The Council and House seem disposed to do what is asked by Colonel J. Frank Chaves, territorial superintendent of public Instruction In the line of acting to advance the educational Interests and condition of the public schools of New Mexico. Representative Antonio D. Vargas, of Eio Arriba county, prefers to stay in Santa Fa to taking a trip as a member of the committee to investigate that flourishing educational institution, the Hew Mexico Military Institute. Mr. Vargas knows what he wants and acts accordingly. Representatives Dalles, Bowie and Pollard loft last evening for Roswell to inspect and report upon the condition of the New Mexico Military Institute at thai point. R. E. Smith, clerk of the committee accompanied them. The committee expects to return here Mon day noon. the Las Vegas Board ot Trade yester day urging the passage of the bill pro viding for the employment of convict labor In the construction and mainten ance of a wagon road from Santa Fe to Las Vegas, was the proper step to take. Now let similar action be taken by the city council this evening. Las Vegas Record. Representative Cristoval Sanchez, Cel so Sandoval, W. V. McCash and William Kilpatriek went to Mesilla Park, as members of the committee to Inspect and report upon the condition of the Collego of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts at that point. W. A. Wurschmidt, clerk of the committee went with it. Strenuous objection is being urged against the passage of the Stockton House Bill No. 82, which provides that the mayor, by and with the consent of the city council, shall appoint the school trustees. It is maintained that this is the people's prerogative and duty and they should not be deprived of it. Las Vegas Record. Vicente P. Romero, the fiftoen-month's-old son of Hon and Mrs. Pedro Romero, died this morning of pneumo ' nia at tho residence occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Romero on the south side. The funeral will take place tomorrow after noon at two o'clock. Mr. Romero is one of the representatives from San Miguel county, and he and family are here for the session of the Assembly, nis col leagues in the Legislature and many friends sympathizo with him and his wife In tho loss of their beloved baby boy. The ringing and timely resolutions adopted by the executive committee of Fewer municipal elections are needed in New Mexico. The strife, turmoil and excitement of yaarly elections for mayors should be done away with, as instance the case of Col. J. W. Fleming, of Silver City, who is serving his fif teenth term as mayor, and the people are still satisfied to let well enough alone. It requires at least a year for a new mayor to acquaint himself with the duties of his position, and the second year's administration cau but be an Im provement on the first year's. Las Ve gas Record, Tho action of the House in passing the Albright municipal election bill sonds that measure to the governor, and his excellency will no doubt take pleasure in affixing his approval, and the cities of the territory will thus be relieved of the expense and annoyance of annual elections, and at the same time have an assurance of better gov ernment. Under the present arrange ment, by which we change the local ad ministration every year, a public officer. hardly becomes acquainted with' the duties of his position before his term ex pires, and our city affairs are thus prac tically left in the hands of novices all the time'. A city election every two years is often enough. Albuquorque Journal-Democrat. In tho Santa Fe correspondence ap pearing in the Silver City Independent of the 34th instant, occurs a statement to the effect that among the new officers which "Ambitious statement" are seek ing to have created by the legislature Is that of assistant superintendent of public instruction, and that Mr. George H. Cross "is to be" such assistant. Tho New Mexican is informed on the best authority that there Is no foundation In fact either for tho one statement or for the other. Tho superintendent of public Instruction states that the creation of the office of assistant has never been even remotely considered, discussed, nor suggested, for the very excellent reason that there is no need of such an office, and as for Mr. Cross, he requests the New Mexican to say that, were such of' fice created by the legislature, he could not and would not be an applicant for the place, and ho adds that nobody but a "Drevelllng Idiot" or a malicious knave could have used his name in such connection. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. Passed by the City Council In Memory oi the Late Mrs. I. B. de Sena. The city council met in special session last evening at the council chambers, Alderman A. J. Fischer offered the fol lowing resolutions which were unani mously adopted. The members of the council attended the funeral of the mother of Hon. J. D. Sena of the coun cil, in a body: Whereas, The Almighty God, in his Infinite wisdom, has seen fit to remove from this earth, the beloved mother of Hon. J. D. Sena, president of this coun ell, and, Whereas, In the opinion of the mem. bers of this city council the city and communjty has sustained a great loss In the death of Mrs. Isabel B. de Sena, therefore be it Resolved, by the city council of the City of Santa Fe, in special session as. sembled, this 26th day of February, 1903, that we sincerely sympathize with our colleague, Hon. J. D. Sena, president of this council, and the members of his family, In their great sorrow, and, be It further Resolved, That the members of this city council attend the funeral 'of the late Mrs. Isabel B. de Sena In a body, and, be It further - ' ' Resolved, That these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of this council, and that a copy thereof, signed by the mayor and members of the council be transmitted to Hon. J. D. Sena by -the clerk, and that a copy thereof be sent to The Daily New Mexican for publica tion. I. SPARKS, Mayor. Attest: F. Ortiz, City Clerk. ; MINOR CITY TOPICS J tt tt j& ifi RANGES "Tried and True." Excel lent features, with reasonable prices to Introduce them. Fully guaranteed. DAVIS, the PLUMBER. "THEY SABE HOW." Business Is business. Every fellow to his trade. 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 roof. W. N. TOWNSEND, Prop, of The Arcade Club. F. S DAVIS, President. S. O. CARTWRIQHT, Sec'y and Treas. 60BTWBI&HT-DflVIS CO., CONSOLIDATED. BUTCHERS BAYERS . . GROCERS . MEAT MARKET. Our meats are killed and packed In Denver, Colo. They are shipped to us by express. Slow freight from Kansas City Is cheaper, but is it satisfactory to you? Always the best in beef, pork, mutton, lamb, all kinds of sausage, tripe, pigs feet, boiled hams, bacon, ham, etc. Not exposed to dirt and dust or possible germs. TWICE A WEEK. Fresh oysters, fresh vegetables, fresh butter and eggs twice a week. BULK PICKLES. We have a nice line of pickles In bulk as well as in bottles. We especially recommend our sweet mixed pickles. We bought before the advance in price and still offer them at, per quart, 25c. SALT FISH. Mackerel each, individual size 05 Roll herring, each 05 Cod fish, 2 pound brick 25 Cromarty bloaters 06 A CHANGE. Chase and Sanborne's Seal Brand Coffee Is put out now In a can bearing a new label, but the same old quality is tfiere. Only, per lb 40 OUR BAKERY. We are now turning out the beat bread, pies and cakes that we have ever been able to offer to our customers. A fine loaf of home made Vienna, French, Graham, or whole wheat, only .05 A BIG VARIETY. We carry a big variety of cigars, to bacco, and cigarettes. General Arthur, Dry Climate, Tom Moore, Owl, Cremo, Geo. W. Chiids, Fontella, Portuondo, tranKim, Henry George and other popular brands. CHINA AND GLASSWRE. Call and look over our stock In these lines as well as in granite ware when In need. iw-piece set semi-porcelain, a nice Im ported pattern $8.76 HAY, GRAIN, FEED, FLOUR and POTATOES, prices right and quality fir .NO. 4 BAKERY.. THOSE GETTfNS : : : MARRIED BEFORE LENT Exchange; F. C. Carney, Denver; G. G. Wampton, W. Sam, Antonito. Bon-Ton; M. E. Mo-1 el Royval, Jesus M. Ca' t. The Santa Fe flyi late again today a Santa Fe until this Santa Fe Lodge ? meet this evening i at 7:30 o'clock In sion. Paper bound ' Laws of 1901 wa New Mexican. A fair price win ue for them. WANTED By the New Mexican Prin: ting Company, second-hand volumes ol the Session Laws of 1899 in English. Fair price paid. Marcos Castillo, probate judge, has been chosen to take the Indian boys to the government school In Oklahoma when the party is completed. The 11-months' old boy baby of Mr. and Mrs. Bernardo Baca died yesterday afternoon. The funeral took place this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Cathed ral. Charles Wagner was the funeral director. The forecast is for generally fair wea ther tonight and tomorrow with wester ly winds. The maximum temperature yesterday was 30 at 3:15 p. m., and the minimum was 11 at 6:30 a. m. The tem perature at 6 o'clock this morning was 18. Claire: J, M. Sandoval, Albuquerque; W. B. Williams, Mississippi; George Reynolds, Santa Fe; Thos. Ferrit, Cleveland, O.; Robt. Bradford, Chippe wa Falls, Wis.; C. A. Jones and wife, Colorado; C. A. Bennett, Roy Baxter, Colorado. The New Mexican Printing Company has the only bindery in the territory 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 ithe southwest wl'll be done for them If they order from this company. Palace: W. E. Baker, Las Cruces; W. P. Hammett, N. Y.; O. Bates, Washing ton; Herbert Putnam, Washington; Os car Becker, St. Louis; D. G. Jensen, I. Thompson, Denver; J. A. Lewis, New York; J. T. Ramsey, Chicago; J. W. Barber, Denver; J. H. Wielandy, St. Louis; C. R. Williams, Denver. t PERSONAL MENTION 2 J& j iM t 1 Tomas M. y Gonzales, county clerk of Taos county, Is In town on business, Jose Ignacio Madril of Espanola, is in town. He will be a member of one of the Juries at next week's court Luoas Campos of OJo Caliente, is vis- itnlg relatives and friends in the city and also watching legislative proceed' ings. J. M. Sandoval of Albuquerque, asses. Bor of Bernalillo county, is in town. He is Interested in the passage of the bill creating the new county of Sandoval. Judge B. S. Baker of Albuquerque, af ter attending the sessions of the terrl. torial supreme court yesterday, left for his home in the Duke City last evening, Chief Justice W. J. Mills of the terri torial supreme court, after presiding at the session of the court here yesterday, returned to his home in the Meadow City this morning. Hon. Charles M. Waters of Denver, Colo., assistant superintendent of the division of salaries and allowances of the postoffice department, arrived from the south this noon, to look over the sites adapted for postoffice purposes. E. A. Cahoon, cashier of the First National Bank at Roswell, who has been in the city since the first of the week looking after the interests of the New Mexico Military Institute at Ros well, and other legislative matters of concern to southeastern New Mexico, left last night for home, Important bus iness engagements calling him there. While here he did excellent work for his section, Judge J. E. Torres of Socorro, who at tended yesterday's meeting of the Bu reau of Immigration here, left for home last night. Judge Torres is very en thusiastic in the work of the bureau and does all he can to advance it. He has been very active In distributing bulletins published by the bureau, and in furnishing information to such per sons as apply to him. Upon going home he took along many copies of the pub lications of the bureau, r-neclally those relating to Socorro cou GIRL WANTED 1 COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. Apply Mrs. J. W. Ray nolds, Santa Fe, N. M. YfONErS DIGEST Oi THE NEW Mexico Roports for sale at the Mew Mexfcan Printing Company Oflico. Price 86,50 delivered. To Cnrt a Cold in One 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. Ireland's Pharmacy Headquarter's For A WARM NUMBER. Chile Con Came, Chile Verde, Hot Ta males, Enchiladas, Pasole, Temole, Frijoles, Menudo, and other warm pro positions, at the Bon-Ton. Notary Publio, 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 Delgado. Santa Fe, N. M. Spanish Taught. Spanish taught by competent Snanlsh teacher. Fourteen years experience Terms reasonable. Translations solicit ed. Address J. C. Martinez, care New Mexican, WALL PAPER! One car loud of tho latest sLvlns and shades i f 1903 wall DaDer received n.t, MuKenzle's. Sten In and see for vnur- self. Vo can please vou in stvle and pi iee. Toilet Articles, Candy and Cigars. THE OLDEST DRUG HOUSE IN SANTA FE. All Kinds of Designs in. Filigree Fob Chains, Filigree Neck Chains, Filigree Souvenir Spoons Filigree Brooch Pins. Filigree Bracelets, Filigree Card Cases, Etc., Etc., Etc. A Full Line of DIAMONDS, WATCHES, - SILVERWARE, CLOCKS. JEWELRY, ETC., ETC.. 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 "The Grand Canon of Arizona," superbly illustrated volume of 124 pag. es. Fifty cents a cony. AddIv to H. 8. Lutz, city agent of the Atchison, To peka and Santa Fe Railway in the Ca tron Block. '-lbu of atten fiere yes- morning. ,lost valuable fie bureau and al every direction. He wo, so as a men gives considerable of his time, without salary and without charge, to the du ties of his office and does everything he can for the advancement and progress of the territory in connection with the bureau's labors. He is also a successful lawyer, not only from a legal but also from a financial standpoint. He is very well liked in Santa Fe, where he resided for several years during the 80's before moving to the Meadow City. Hon. J. W. Bible of Hanover, Grant county, who was in the city on yester day and attended the meeting of Jhe Bureau of Immigration, is a most ear nest and active, member. At the meet ing, he advocated the printing of 10,000 copies of a new bulletin on Grant coun ty which is to be fully illustrated and will be up to date. The board consid ered this favorably and these pam phlets will be printed and will be dis tributed partly by the Commercial Club of Silver City, partly by the Atchison, lopeka and Santa Fe Railway and Southern Pacific Railroad and by the bureau. Mr. Bible has distributed many copies of Bureau of Immigration pamphlets during the past two years and has also answered many letters ad' aressea to him for information. On leaving for his home, he took with him a large assortment of Immigration lit. erature which he will send out person any in answer to inquiries and to friends and correspondents. Mr. Bible is in the mercantile business at Han over and is one of the leading and best citizens of Grant county. ; Schubert's Entertainment. The Schubert Concert company again delighted the citizens of Guthrio last evening with a splendid recital. This excellent com pauy has visited this city a number of times, almost annually, nd STENOGRAPHY K. A. Yv ATKINS, Stenographer; Of, nee with H. N. Wlilcox, Catron Block. Stenography and Typewriting by piece work. WANTED SEVERAL PRRSnss rn ruip. aoter and good reputation in each state (one In this oounty required) to represent and ad vertise old established wealthy business house of solid financial standing. Sulnry $21.00 weekly with expenses additional, all payable ... o.. tuueaior aireci rrom neail of fices. Horse and carriage furnished when i.cuoos.ii j , noiereooes. unclose self-addressed envelope. Colonial Co.,Caxton Bldff., KILLED IN KANSAS. And now at the Bon-Ton where you can get them: Quail, Grouse, Prairie Chio. Kens, jjucks, Snipe, Venison. Cll and be convinced. Land Scrip. By the use of so-called land scrip title can be obtained to Government land without cultivation or residence there on. All you need to do is to give des cription and show the land to be of the proper kind. We do the rest. By rea son of the exhaustion of a supply which has been quite limited the price is ad vancing. We have a small amount yet on hand to sell, that Is fully guaran teed. We also deal in real estate, loans and Investments. Hugo Seaberg, Sprin ger, N. M. m, W It Manufacturer of Mex ican Filigree Jewelry. South Side Plaza - Santa Fe How About Cigars? We have the leading brands such as: CHILDS FONTELLA, OWL, J. F. P0RTUANDO, SIGHT DRAFT AND OTHERS IN 6 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. CIGARETTES AND TOBACCO FISCHER DRUG C01PAIY 230 San Francisco Street. BAYLE'S Ping-Pong Pickles Yum-Yum Pickles Lunch Herring English Mustard Hot Stuff The funeral of the late Mrs. Isabella always Is greeted by a big house, an ap- pjcumuio uuii iiiiuruvieu auaienco. A program worth hearing is l hat given uj mo orauuen Bympnony ciuo. un like the conventional music organiza tion, the Schubert company possesses vocal as well as Instrumental resources, mm wieir versatile talent furnishes a very entertaining program Baca de Sena took place this morning at 9:30 o'clock from the Cathedral. Mass was celebrated at that edifice and the remains were Interred in Rosario ceme tery. The sons and daughters and a great concourse of relatives and friends were present at the funeral. The pro cession which accompanied the remains from the Cathedral to the cemetery was very large. The pall bearers were: Governor Otero, Judge McFle, Messrs. Solomon Luna, B. M. Read, F. "W. Clan cy and Marcellno Garcia. The honorary pall bearers were Messrs. W. G. Sar gent, Jose Segura, E. L. Bartlett, M. R. Otero, A. M. Bergere and Amado Cha ves. The city council of which Hon. J. p. Sena, one of the sons of the deceas ed, is a member, attended the funeral in a body, as did many members of the heavily In the Hills. ' The results so far legislative council and of the house of) nave boon ""ore than satisfactory. The representatives and federal and terrl- ."0"on. OI ?? ournngion s new line "Strongest In the World" INEQUITABLE LIFE jASSURAJiCE SOCIETY 0F-THE UNITED STATES HENRY B. HYDE, Founder. Ourstandiog Assurance Dec. 31, 1902 .... $1,292,6,595.00 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 J0 JAS. W. ALEXANDER, President. JAS. H. HYDE, Vice President. EDWARD GRUNSFELD, Mgr , Albuquerque, N. M. MRS. L. A. HARVEY, AGENT, SANTA FE - - NEW MEXICO Gold in the Blaok Hills. ine uurilngton Route has recently Issued a 48 page booklet bearing the title "Mines anrf Mining In the Black Hills." j.ne dook is one which should bs read by every mining man In Colorado. It gives more information about the mines of the Black Hills than has ever before been placed between twocovers. A copy will be mailed froo on application to the uuuorainea. - j-uernacif tuns need Colorado men and money. Several of the shrewdest men in this state have already Invested THE OT FE South Side of Plaia We handle nothing but what Is first-class in the Lfquor Line. Will do Well to Investi gate the Merits of Our Twentieth Century Laurel Range W. H. GOEBEL. HARDWARE. 107 Catron Block 1 I torial officials. A dispatch to the Denver Republican on Thursday morning from Albuquer que, says: "Tonight Is the coldest night of the winter In this city and the adjacent Rio Grande valley. It snowed last night and today a sharp, piercing wind has prevailed. In the . Cochltl mining district, in the northern section of this county, it has been snowing since Monday night and the ground is cover ed with the heaviest snowfall ever known in that district. The snowstorm and cold weather seem to be general throughout central New Mexico and railroaders In from the west say that a to the Nortwest brings the Black Hills within a night's ride of Denver. You can leave Denver tonleht and ho in Dead wood or Lead City tomorrow after noon. Q. W. VALLERY. Gen'l Agent, Burlington Route, Den ver, 1010. . - x-emer copy dooks, Japanese paper, the best manufactured in the United States for sale by the Office Sup ply Company. Prices lower than anywhere else In the as-i'imst. Send for prices. i i CALIFORNIA AND 1 IMPORTED WINES $ ' " ' i if SATISFACTION GUARANTEED SMOKED Finan Haddie White Fish Salmon Halibut Herring Bayle's After-Dinncr and Deviled Cheese, Royal Luncheon and MacLaren's Imperial Cheese, Edam, Imported Swiss, Roguefort, Limburger, American " Cream, and Vaterland. Full Cream , - Brick Cheese, Salted Peanuts. I(. S. AUJSE & CO., Grocers. LEOSfEM... WHOLESALE and RETAIL SEALER h FLOUR, PY, 'OTATOES, iAIXand SEEDS. Only Exclusive Grain House in CItv . BOWLING ALLEY NEWS j J. H. Parrott has the lead in three Ladies' afternoon was well attend! successive games with an verage All present had a good time. Bowling Is score of 159 1-3. , . - a healthy and moral exercise as well The highest score for the week was as a pleasure participated in by the best 203, made by D. A., Day. Will give two people of the states. Ladles, don't for weeks' free rolling to anyone beating it. get that Thursday afternoon, Feb 26 Is ivino aruuiiu wya nut - organize u. iree ror you. No We deliver any goods bought of us to any part of the city and ft Special Attention Is given to J TT T7.. J r '. , ' x uutiiy oi.u man jraen, l ou will find our service first-class. X. ' The Schubert Symphony Clnb And Lady Quartette of Chicago are mA.l?fn(r that laat (nil. rtf Un TTntfAJ - - ..V1. .MOW HWU. V bUt! blizzard prevailed yesterday and last States and will appear next Saturday at night along the Santa Fe-Paciflc." 8:30 p. m. and at 8 p. m. at the court i noi so unaer me auspices of the citv The New Mexican Printing Company high school. - If ou enjoy the sweetest manufactures the best blank books and of singing, the purest of fun and the loose leaf ledgers in the southwest at ,D"6nole?'; W you can safely look very moderate prices. Tou wilt serve your own interests by patronizing this very deserving home manufacturing establishment. Stop overs will he allowed In Califor nlt on Colonist tickets via Santa Fe, April 1 to June 16. 1901 H. S. Lutz, Agent, Santa Tet N. M. great treat. Everybody like! music and everybody enjoys a hearty laugh. To hear the Schubert Lady Quartette sing their "Old Maid 8ong" will make a rise in me matrimonial market anywhere, 8:30 p. m., Matinee 60 cents, School pupils 25 cents, 8 p. a., concert 75 cents, School pupils JO cents. .Tickets and reserved teats at Ireland's drug store on and after Tuetday. SPOKANE CM STORE Smoker. WMti Cigars and To baoco to it 7hir Taste at EAST SIDE OF K'ik , SANTA FE, N. I W. T. tilfER, Proprietor. and 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. You gain in health more than you lose In wealth. .Health Is wealth. gentleman without laay partner admitted. Did you ever try bowling? There Is no more healthful and pleasing exer-. else. The old and young, male and fe-. male, enjoy it. Try it once and you will, again. C, W. DILTS, Proprietor. eelej For Drunkenness, Opium, MorphlM and rethir Drug Using, the Tobtooo Habit and Neurit thsnla. lBf THE KEELEf ,W1C IHSTITIITF Dwtamt, iif GOLD'S OLD CUfIOSITY SHOP ESTABLISHED 1859. ABE GOLD, Proprietor. BASKETS BLANKETS POTTERY Mexican Drawn Work a Specialty, Wtoliul) HI Betill:Diiltrti INDIAN AND AlEXICAN CURIOS . SAN FRANCISCO ST., CORNER BURRO ALLEY.