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Santa Fe Hew Mexican
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Stewart Conover, a merchant at Lyd
on, is in town on business.
W. A. Bayer and E. I.. Orltchlow of
the Santa Fe Central Railway, left to
day for a ten days' trip over the line.
Hazel Bond, daughter of Frank Bond
of Espanola, came to the city last
night. She Is visiting Helen Cooper.
Postofflce Inspector A. P. Smtthers, of
Denver, is In town on official business,
He is checking up the local postofflce.
Territorial Secretary J. W. Raynolds
left this morning for Las Vegas, where
he will remain for a day, returning to
the capital tomorrow evening.
. Mrs. Henry L. Waldo of Kansas City,
expects to return to her home during
the latter part of the coming week. She
la enjoying her visit here very much.
A. R. Gibson has recovered from hij
recent severe illness and is preparing to
go to California for a stay of three or
four weeks In order to fully recuperate.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Clancy of Al
buquerque, spent part of the week In
town, Mr. Clancy attending to legal
business while here. They left last
night for home.
William McKean, an attorney-at-law
at Taos, is In the capital, having legal
business here. He will remain during
the coming week to attend the district
court which will then be In session.
Sheriff Alexander Read of Rio Arriba
county, arrived in town last night. He
will likely act as court Interpreter dur
ing the spring term of court in this city
which commences on Monday next.
District Attorney E. C. Abbott, who
has been confined to his residence dur
ing the past week with a severe attack
of rheumatism, has recovered and is
able to be out and to attend to his du
ties;' Associate Justice Frank W. Parker,
of the territorial supreme court, who
has been in town the entire week on of
ficial business, left this evening for
Silver City, where he will open district
court for Grant county on Monday
Aiornlng.
Hon. C. E. Miller, of Anthony, chair
man of the Board of County Commis
sioners of Dona Ana county, and who
has been in the capital since Tuesday
on a visit with Representative W. it.
H. Llewellyn, left this evening for his
home. He enjoyed his visit here very
Justice W. J. Mills of Las Ve
gas, and Associate Justice B. S. Baker
of Albuquerque, were in the capital
during the week attending the session
of the territorial supreme court on
Thursday.
J. W. Poe, president of the Citizens
Bank at Roswell, has been in the city
during the week looking after legisla
tive matters in the interest of the
banks of the territory and southeast
ern New Mexico. He is a guest at the
Palace.
James L. Seligman, president of the
Seligman Bros. Company, who spent
the past four weeks in Philadelphia on
the sad mission of attending the funer
al of his deceased father, and arrang
ing family affairs, returned home on
Wednesday..
On Tuesday Mrs. N. B. Laughlin
gave ii luncheon in honor of Mrs. Hen
ry L. Waldo of Kansas City. The dec
orations of fhe table were In pink and
white. " The" guests were Mrs. Waldo,
Mrs. Newhall, Mrs. Victory, Mrs. Ger
des, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Hurt, Mrs. Mc
Fie, Mrs. Cartwright, Mrs. F. S. Davis
and Mrs. Knaebel.
The Right Reverend J. Mills Ken
drick, who i3 at present making a vis
itation to Albuquerque, will arrive in
Santa Fe early next week and remain
over the succeeding Sunday, March 8,
when he will administer confirmation
In the Church of the Holy Faith. Blshr
op Kendrick hopes to arrange to pass
large part of the summer in Santa
Fe, as this has always been his favor
ite place of summer residence.
Mrs. Philip Garretson of Denver,
daughter of Mrs. M. L. Stevenson, who
is also the mother of Mrs. James L,
Seligman, is In town in attendance at
the bedside of her mother, who has
been critically ill for the past twelve
days, but is reported as improving
slowly. R. B. Stevenson of Omaha,
Neb., son of Mrs. Stevenson, who has
been in the city for the past week
with his sick mothoi', left yesterday for
home.
H. B. Holt, Esq., Las Cruces attorney
and secretary of the Board of Regents
of the College of Agricuture and Me
chanic Arts at Mesilla Park, who spent
the past week in the capital looking
after the interests of the college before
the legislative assembly, left this even
ing for the south and will be In Silver I dress (ihli company and they will find
that the best work at the lowest prices
lft ithe. southwest will be done for them
if they order from this company.
For Rent-Jive furnished, rooms and
bath, near the Plaza. Apply to W. H.
Goebel.
Charles Weagner acted as funeral
director at the Interment of the re
mains of the late Mrs. Isabella Baca de
Sena on yesterday forenoon.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union wil hold their regular monthly
meeting on Tuesday, March 3d, at 2:80
p. m., at the home of Mrs. Irvine.
George Riddle, engineer. on the Den
ver and Rio tJrande, is taking a lay-off
on account of sickness. He expects to
take his old run between Santa Fe and
Antonlto on the resumption of the dal
ly service next week.
Bort Ton: H. C. Good, Kennedy; G.
W.. Lamberson, A. M. Hubbard, Aztec;
Antonio A. Valdez, Lucero Garcia, H.
L. Martin, Alamosa; Pablo Martinez,
Cruz Martinez, Francisco B. Pall; Louis
G. Archuleta, La Questa; R. Mack,
Harry Lee, Jose M. Baca, H. C. Good-
ed, Kennedy: Canuto Madrid, Santa
Cruz.--
Palace; M. A. Ortiz.jI. B. Catoon
Nqfth Falls; C. A. BlaTfe, Chicago; S.
D.' Moll, Denver; Dave Houston, Pen-
Craft,
A. P.
City on Monday to attend the district
court opening there at that time.- Mr.
Holt, while here, did good work In aid
ing Major Llewellyn and other memr
bers of the southern legislative dele
gation in appropriation and other mat
ters connected with the College of Ag
riculture. Dr. Massie, who has been stopping at
the Sanitarium for the past four weeks,
has about recovered his health. .
Dr. G. W. Harrison, who has been
attending the sessions of legislature,
left for Albuquerque this afternoon. ,
Hon. Alfred Grunsfeld of the , big
mercantile dry goods firm of Grunsfeld
Bros., at Albuquerque, and who is also
treasurer of the Bureau of Immigra
tion, visited Santa Fe during the week
and attended the meeting of the Bu
reau of Immigration Thursday. Mr.
Grunsfeld is a valuable member of the
bureau, attending carefully to hls-du-ties
and aiding at all times and when
even possible in advertising New Mexi
co's resources and in bringing capital
and immigration to the territory. He
is one of the leading citizens of his
town and county.
E. A. Cahoon, cashier of the First
National Bank at Roswell, was a visit-
WRITS
I f Ail i u 11 WJ
aailY. ilicrcf lucnuc arve
i
or to the capital from Saturday to
Thursday last and left that evenlne for I die ton: J. Law, Antonlto; R. L,
his home. During his stay in the city Denver; W. S. Wlllo, Chicago
he did excellent service for the New I Smtthers,. Denver; J. wood, . c.
Mexico Military Institute at Roswell, Appleeate, St. Louis; F. M. Hyde, Pu-
and also in other matters of interest I eblo; W. S. Brltton, St. Louis; C. W.
and benefit to his section now pending. I Watso.n, Washington.
in the legislature. Mr. Cahoon states! The Schubert. Symphony Club, who
that the town of Roswell is growing intend giving an entertainment tonight,
rapidly and that on the main street in; the court house, failed to make train
there are ten stone and brick build-1 connections at Lamy. The , Santa Fe
ings In course of construction, two of Railroad Company sent out a special
them to cost over $5,000 each. He has train at two o'clock this afternoon to
absolute faith in the city of hlsresl- bring in the club, which did not arrive
dence and predicts a great future for however until 5:30 o'clock, thereby
it. He believes that the railroad from making it too late for them to give
Torrance, the terminus of the Santa Fe I their intended matinee.
Fifty Years the Sti
ire
wmm
Central railyaw, would be a paying In
vestment from the first day of its op
eration and would make Roswell a city
of 25,000 inhabitants within five years.
Mrs. Alfred M. Bergere entertained
at a handsome luncheon last Monday
in honor of Mrs. J. W. Raynolds. Cov
ers were laid for twelve. The decora
tions were In red, and the costly sets
of cut glass, china and silverware with
which the table was covered, together
with the decorations of beautiful liber
ty roses, and the graceful twining of
smilax combined with the numerous
candles in color to match the other dec
orations, gave a very pretty effect. The
room was darkened, giving a subdued
but rich tone to the colorings and
heightening the effect of the decora
tions. A more beautiful or a more ar
tistically arranged dinner table could
not be Imagined. Seven courses were
served, and Professor Perez' orchestra
was in attendance, rendering sweet
Spanish strains during the luncheon.
Menu cards were hand-painted roses,
the name of each guest appearing
thereon. They were exquisite souve
nirs. Besides Mrs. J. W. Raynolds, the
guest of honor, there were present Mrs.
Otero, Mesdames McFie, Palen, 'WWte
inan, Sloan, Fiske, Jaramlllo, Finkblne,
Amado Chaves and Miss. La Rue.
i The Fifteen club met Friday after
noon, with Mrs J. K Wood, The pro-
sratn for tho afternoon consisted of - a
paper, "Petrarch and Boccaccio," by
Mrs. Weltmer; reading, "Leigh Hunt in
The forecast is for fair weather In
the south .portion and probably local
snow in the north portion tonight and
tomorrow. The forecast is for'colder
weather In the south portion tonight,
with northeasterly winds. The maxi
mum temperature was 34 at 3.10 p. m.,
and the minimum was 18 at 5:35 a. m.
The temperature at six o'clock this
morning was 19.
'There is a blizzard raging in central
and northern New Mexico. At Torrance
it blew a gale last night and this fore
noon' six inches of snow fell, making
about' fifteen inches of snow on the lev
el. At Las Vegas, three inches of snow
fell last night and It blew quite hard; :
at Raton little snow has fallen and j
there are strong winds. No snow Is
reported from, the Rio Grande Valley,
but severe wind storms prevail In that
section. In Santa Fe the wind reached
a velocity of twenty-two miles an hour
during last night. Some flurries of
snow also occurred.
AGENTS WANTED.
Lamp that makes its own gas; costs
1 cent a day; no oil, wicks or chimneys
brass lamps, free for those wishing to
work ' for ; us. Pacific Gas Lamp Co,
1236 Market St., San Francisco, Calif.
WANTED SEVERAL PERSONS OP CHAR'
aeter and good reputation in each stats (one
in this eounty required) to represent and ad
vertise old established wealthy business house
of solid financial standing. Salary $21.00
wee my witn expenses additional, an payaDie
in cash each Wednesday direct from head of
fices. Horse and carriage furnished when
necessary. References, nnoiose seii-aa
dressed envelope. Colonial Co.,Caxton Bldgv
GIRL WANTED! .
riOMPETBNT GIEL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply Mrs. J. W. Ry-
noius, oania t e, is. M.
"WANTED SECON-HAND PAPER
' ' bound volumes of the Session
Laws of 1899 and 1901 in English; by
rne new Mexican rrinung company.
Tor Sale Gilt Edge Stock.
"IITHITE PLYMOUTHROCK FOWLS
' Apply to Geo. W. Shoch.
A NOES "TRIED AND TRUE.
Excellent features, with reasonable
prices to Introduce them. Guaranteed
- . . DAVIS, the PLUMBER.
MONEY'S DIGEST OF THE NEW
"A Mexico Roport9 f r sale at tho New
Mexican .printing Company's Office,
PrlcaJG 50 delivered.
'r To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggist refund the money if it falls
to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on
each box. 25c.
Deeds Recorded.
Santa Fe Fruit company to the Santa
Fe Central Railway company, property
on Hlckcox avenue, noar the Santa Fe
depot, for 81,oOO; Thomas Pino and wife
to the Santa Fe Central Railway com
pany,, real estate, in ward 2, consider
ation 9350; A. . R. Gibson and others to
Sarah Kennedy of Canada, lot in sun
mount addition, $100; John. Fayett,e and
wifeao Grant.Rlyenhurg and Samnel G.
Cartwright, land In precinct 18, near
the Palace hotel, nominal consideration
I1,.lfta. TLXnmlm Un..,n.. .. kj .. .J . 1 .. ,1
Florence," by Mrs. Rlvenburg; reading! p t isX . ',"r ' JniT
' A WARM NUMBER.
Chile Con Came, Chile Verde, Hot Ta
snales, Enchiladas, Pasole, Temole,
Frfjoles, Menudo, and other warm pro'
positions, at the Bon-Ton.
Notary Pnblio, Stenographer and Type
writer. Translations
From Spanish Into English and f om
English into Spanish carefullv made.
Office with U. S. Attorney for the Court
oi rrivate Land uiaims, Federal Build'
lag. . Francisco Dklgado.
Santa Fe, N. M.
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. WATKINS, Stenographer; Of
fice with H. N. Willcox, Catron Block.
Stenography and Typewriting by piece
work.
KILLED IN KANSAS.
And now at the Bon-Ton where you can
get them: Quail, Grouse, Prairie Chic
kens. Ducks, Snipe, Venison. Call and
be convinced.
Mrs. Palon, and current events. The
club will meet March 13 with Miss At
kinson.
Awarded
I II mm m
iiigiiesf nonors world's Fair.
Highest Tests U. S. Gov't Chemists
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.. CHICAGO.
Trees! Trees! Trees!
DO YOU WANT TREES?
Fruit Trees! Forest Trees! Shrubbery and
Strawberry Plants.
Thorouqhly Acclamated! Nice Clean Stock! Special At
tention Given to Packing and Shipping.
SEND FOR PRICE LIST. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
GRAT lIVEJiBUHG Proprietor.
THOSE GETTIN8 : : :
MARRIED BEFORE LENT
Will do Well to Investi
gate the Merits of Our
Twentieth
Century
Laurel
MINOR CITY TOPICS 5
j j j j j
Do not fall to hear the famous Schubert
I Company at the court house tonight.
They arrived at tho hotel here at 5:30.
The probate court of Santa Fe coun
ty will be in session at the Court House
Ion next Monday.
United States and Territorial district
courts will be called by Judge J. R. Mc
Fie on Monday next.
The Woman's Relief Corps will meej
City
E'e to Celestlno Ortiz, tract of land in
Sreclnct No. 4, near the penitentiary;
ity of Santa Fe to Annie de Ortiz,
nouseandiot situated In precinct . No.
4, ward 8.
U. 8. Weatner jsureau Notes.
Forecast for New Mexico: Fair In
south; probably local snow In north por-
uo,n tomgut ana nunaay; coiaer in soutn
portion tonight; northeasterly winds.
Yesterday the thermometer registered
as follows: Maximum temperature, 34
degrees, at 3:10 p. m; minimum, 18
degrees, at 0:35 a. in. Too mean
temperature for the 34 hours was 20 de
grees. Mean dally Humidity, 70 per cent.
precipitation, u.ot 01 an men.
Temperature at 6:00 a. m. today. 19
degrees. - -
Spanish Taught.
Spanish tanght by competent Spanish
icacoer. courieen years experience
Terms reasonable. Translations solicit
ed. Address J.C.Martinez, care New
Mexican
Land Scrip.
By the use of so-called land scrip title
cai); be obtained to Government land
without cultivation or residence there
on. All you need to do is to glye 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. , -
at the residence of Mrs. P. P. Crlchton
Monday afternoon at three o'clock.
The regular monthly meetings of the
city council and of the city board of ed
ucation will 'take place on Monday ev
ening. Paper bound volumes of the Session
Laws of 1901 wanted at the office of the
New Mexican. A fair price will be paid
for them.
The regular monthly communication
of Montezuma Lodge No. 1, A. F. and
A. Masons will be held at Masonic Hall
on Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
The dally train service on the Santa
Fe-Antonlto division of the Denver and
Rio Grande railroad will commence on
Monday. See the new time table on
another page of this issue. ....!
. .Packages of the following garden T Aaoe.PranelsaiiluOrtis. Joesfa
seeds sent to the Bureau of Immigrai, Bees, Martin . Ortls. Monloa Gartia
"THEY BABE HOW."
Business Is business. Every fellow
to his trade. Mixing drinks - la . our
business and our artiste "sabe" how to
mix 'em. Tou 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,
List
Letter Ida.
of letters remaining uncalled
for in the postofflce at Santa Fe. N. M..
for the week ending February 28, 1003. If 1
not caneo lor wnnin two weeKs win be
sent to the dead letter office at Wash-
lugion: ;.s.,i-4 : j.
"Strongest la the World"
TrE EQUITABLE LIFE
' ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES
HENRY B. HYDE,
Founder. ,
Ourstandinf Assurance
Dec. 31, 1902 ... . $1,292,44695.80
new Assurance issued
la 1902 ...... . . 28149,944.00
Income ......... 69,007,012.25
Assets Dec. 31, 1902 . . 359,395,537.72
Assurance Fund and all
other liabilities ... 284.268.040.9S
Surplus. . . 75,127.495.77
raid roiicynoidera in
1902 . 29.191,250.79
m9
JAS. W. ALEXANDER, President.
JAS. H. HYDE, Vice President.
EDWARD GRUNSFELD, Mgr ,
Albuquerque, N. M.
MRS. L. A. HARVEY, AGENT,
SAITAFE - - NEW MEXICO
Ireland's Pharmacy
Headquarter's For
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 I
Filigree Brooch Pins.
Filigree Bracelets,
, j: Filigree Card Cases,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
A Full Line oL
DIAMONDS,
WATCHES,
SILVERWARE,
CLOCKS,
JEWELRY,
ETC., ETC.,
V t
Manufacturer of Mex
ican Filigree Jewelry.
South Side Plaza - Santa Fe
How About Cigars?
We have the leading brands such as:
CHILDS, F0NTELLA, OWL, 1. F. P0RTUAN00, SIGHT DRAFT AND
OTHERS IN 5 CENT GOODS. THE TQM MOORE, GEN. ARTHUR,
PREFERENCIA, EL SIDELLO, OLD STATESMAN, CHANCELLOR, AMD ( i "
OTHERS IN 10 CENT GOODS. SANCHEZ y HAYA'S KEY WEST .
GOODS, PORTO RICO CIGARS, MANILLA AND OTHERS TOO NUM
EROUS TO MENTION x x x x x x x x x x x x x x
If YOU Wail a PERFECT SMOKE. Not TOO DDV nnr TOO
MOIST Try Our Cigars.
CI G ARE T T ES AND TOBACCO
EICvilTCD HDirr rnnjfniirv
1 ioiiuh unuu curriiji i
230 San Francisco Street,
BAYLE'S
Plng-Pon Pickles
Yum-Yum Pickles
Lunch Herring
English Mustard
Hot Stuff
SMOKED
FinanHaddie
White Fish
Salmon
Halibut
Herring
Bayle's After-Dlnner and Deviled Cheese. Roval Lunchenn
and MacLaren's Imperial Cheese, Edam, Imported
Swiss, Roguefort, Llmburger, American
Cream, and Vaterland. Full Cream
Brick Cheese, Salted Peanuts. ; '
If. S. KAUjVE & CO., Grocers.
wxiMpjpsioaTM as.
WHOLESALE
and
RETAIL
EALER IN
FLOOR, IJAY,
GRAIj, POTATOES,
SALT and SEEDS.
Only Exclusive Grain House In Cltv!
BOWLING ALLEY NEWS
TT. pArrntt. hnn th TaaA in ' tHrAfl ' Tjirltpn nftArnnnn ivna wall of fan A a A
games with an ' average present had a good time, feowlltig la
I Rodey are being rapidly sent out and I
Dasbi. Henry
1 Tl f 1 ..
Giese, Hsrmaa A
bobato, Joeefa Mar'
LT, I I
and okra.
Candido Montoyo, who lives about 7
miles from here, on Arroyo Hondo, was
in town today, and stated that this
week's big snow storm was very severe
in his section of Santa Fe county.
There are nine Inches of snow on the
level there now.
A public meeting of the Hist4rlcal
Society will be held In the hall of the
House of Representatives in the capltol
on Tuesday evening next. Historical
addresses will be made and matters of
public interest will be transacted. The
public are cordially Invited,
The Cartwrlght-Davls Co., the enter
prising grocery firm who believe In ad
vertising, announces In Its advertise
ment which appears In another column,
that the Purina Mills of fit. Louis, will
have its Ralston and Pure Food Cereals
demonstrated at its store during - the
week beginning March 2, by Mrs. R. 8.
Peeoa Taller Drug Co
nnu, varmenia
Bed, Alejandro
Ross. W B
Romero, Anita 3
Romero, Deslderlo
Sanehea, Inn
Sanehea, Joaquin 2
oea-ura. wotenta
THE SRWTfl FE
ti.i.1.
Poston. A loaf will be given free with mJm"h.
tines
Lusero, Jarlo
Lnsern. Nlsbes
MoGaufhy, Rer John- Sena, Alearta
ton sena, ed.ro
HeOlnn, T V - Salamon, Petra
Maldonado, Jose Velarde, Adeltna
aiarcin, Aiioe venian, reter
Martinet, Crlstlnia Vigil, Ignaeio
lllmeagus, Mr
' In calling', please say advertised and
give tne date.
Paul A. F. Waltkb,
.". Postmaster.
The ehsbect Symphony Club
And Lady quartette or ubtcago are
making their last tour of the United
States and wilt appear neit Saturday at
2:30 p. m. and at 8 p. m. at the court
hocse under the auspices of the city
high school. If ) ou enjoy the sweetest
of singing, the purest of fun and the
origntest 01 music, you can saieiy iook 1
forward to this entertainment as a I
great treat. Everybody like music and
everybody enjoys a hearty langh. To I
bear the Sebobertbkdy quartette sing I
Old Maid Song" 111 make a rise
South Side of Plasa
We handle nothing but what Is
first-class in the Liquor Line.
CALIFORNIA AND
IMPORTED WINES
score of 16& 1-8. . r - a healthy and moral exercise as well
The highest score for the week was as a pleasure participated In by the best
803, made by D. A. Day. Will give two people of the states. Ladles, don't far
weeks' free rolling to anyone beating it. get that Thursday af ternooh,Feb. 26, la '
Come around boys v and organize a free for you. No gentleman without
team. What Is the matter with Santa lady partner admitted.
Fe, the only city of its size, but what . Did you' ever try bowling? There ia
has from three to a dozen teams. You no more healthful and pleasing exer-
cannot spend your money or time any else. The old and young, male and te-
better, you gain In health more than male, enjoy It Try it once and you will
you lose in wealth. Health is wealth. ' again.
C. W. DILTS, Proprietor.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
each purchase of two packages of Hals
ton Purina Cereals.
2:30 p. m., Matinee BO cents, School
pupils 291 cents, 8 p. m., concert 75 cents,
Range
IV. H. GOEBEL. HARDWARE. 107 Catron Block
The New Mexican Printing Company School pupils SO cents. Tickets and
has the only bindery In the territory reserved seats at ireieno s arug store on
where first class loose leaf ledger are Md atUr Tuesday ,
manufactured. Merchants and business WANTED We pay oaah tor nlean cot-
firms, requiring such books for the . ton rags aul table for fntmjrt"'. pur.
I coming ypar, should Immedlsrtely ad. fan: MMr Hwh-ti Printing Cow
We deliver any goods bought of
na to any part of the city and
Special Attention Is given to
Family and Mail Order. Sou
will And our service first-class.
t ii j
Smkirt till Fill Cigara iiiTi
iMMhtattTkiirTiilMl - TMt Etfiklltkuif
UST Mt effUU ' IMT FE, 1. 1.
ff. T, CSTE1, Prtpritbr.
GOLD'S old cuamsiTY SHOP
ESTABLISHED 1868.
ABE GOLD, Proprietor.
BASKETS
BLANKETS
POTTERY
.ana not n.
Mexican Drawn Work a Specialty,
,-y:.. r - s ' - -
wktuun mi iUH:luiNit
INDIAN
AND -
MEXICAN
CURIOS .
ISAM FRANCISCO CT,' CORNER BURRO ALLEY,

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