Ail Kinds of
Filigree Fob Chains,
Filigree Neck Chains,
Filigree Souvenir Spoons
Filigree Brooch Pins.
Filigree Card Cases,
Etc , Etc., Etc.
A Full Line of
ETC , ETC..
Manufacturer of Mex
ican Filigree Jewelry.
South Side Plaza - Santa Fe
We have the leading brands such as:
CHILDS.FONTEm.OWL, J. F. PORTUANDO, SIGHT DRAFT AND
OTHERS IN 5 CENT GOODS. THE TQ MOORE, GEN. ARTHUR,
E55ENC,A EL SlfELLO, OLD STATESMAN, CHANCELLOR, AND
OTHERS IN 10 CENT GOODS. SANCHEZ y HAYA'S KEY WEST
GOODS, PORTO RiCO CIGARS, MANILLA AND OTHERS TOO NUM
V. EB0U8J0IHWH--r x x x x x x x x x x x x
If You Wan a PERFECT SMOKE, Not TOO DRY nor TOO
HOIST Try Our Cigars.
CI6ARETTES AND TOBACCO
FISCHER DRUG COPAJW
230 San Francisco Street.
Santa re INftW Mexican tor everal yeafB ana was very
popular ana well liked while here.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4.
: minor city topics:
Exchange: George Sanchez, Costilla;
Valentine Herbert, Albuquerque.
Three Jicarilla Apache Indians ar
rived in town yesterday morning. They
are here as witnesses before the Unit
ed States district court.
Bon-Ton: N. Fuller, Tres Pledras; J.
L. Miller, Bernalillo: P. W. Zimmer
man, Albuquerque; OJ. B. Berry, Jr.,
Mrs. J, Van Houten of Raton, wife of
the manager of the Maxwell Land
Grant Company, is In the city visiting
friends. Mrs. Van Houten is very well
and favorably known In this city.
J. O, Cameron, Esq., attorney at law
at Carlsbad, who is also interested In
the sheep business in Eddy county, is
in town viewing legislative sights. He
will attend to some legal matters be
fore Judge McFle.
C. T. Brown, the Socorro mining en
gineer, and Professor Charles E, Keyes.
president of the School of Mines at So
corro, arrived on the noon train from
the south today.
Taos; Cosine Martinez, Rio Arriba; E. uo urn wuiu vei-
I A run ami ...,! J . ... l.,- .. ... 1.1 . ... ..
Bareo. leaiuuimui oauiii ire, came up
Claire: W. A. Brown, Denver; Tony vesterday from Albuquerque He is
Neis, wife and child, Cerrillos; TJ. S. tne assistant Inspector general of the G.
Bateman, Roswell; W. M. Williams, A. B. for Now Mexico, on tho staff of
Denver; Daisy Dickerman, Oswego; J. Commander-in-chief T.J.Stewart, and
J. Hamp, F. McDowell, Omaha. nau the pleasure of traveling in the lat-
Mrs. Isidora Martinez de Guerrero of I ter's special car from Albuquerque to
this city, who has been a patient at I Ijatny
the Insane Asylum at Las Vegas for Ireneo h. Chaves, clerk of the United
some years, died at that institution on States court of private land claims, loft
Sunday evening. The remains were this evening for San Rafael, Valencia
buried there. She leaves one son who county, on a visit to bis sister, Mrs. Le
F. S DAVIS, President.
BAYERS . .
S. Q. CARTWRIGHT, Sec'y and Treas.
We are now offering our customers
tho very best meat that we can find
anywhere all the market affords, in
beef, mutton, pork, sausages, etc.
For the convenience of those buying
our fresh meats we have had a special
telephone put in for their exclusive use.
When you want something specially
good- ring up No. 4!.
Salmon, can 10, .15, .20, and .25
Mackerel 20, and .35
Sardines 05, .10, .12 1-2, .15, and .20
Deviled Crabs 25 and .40
Soft. Shelled Crabs 35
Lobsters 25 and .40
Smoked White Fish 15
Fresh Herring 20
Smoked Herring 15 and .25
Bloaters, each 05
Salmon, per pound 25
Finnan Haddies 20
Halibut chunks, extra 30
Cod Fish 15, 2 lbs. .25
Now, per box $3.25
We are pleased to announce that the
Punna Mills of St. Louis will have thMr
Ralston and pure food cereals demon
strated at our store during the week
beginning March 2, by Mrs. R 3. ljs
ton. In order to acquaint the pe-le of
Santa Fe with the fine nutty flavor of
Ralston Brain Bread, we will, during
this time, give a loaf free with ench
purchase of two packages of Ralston
BUTTER AND EGGS.
Meadow Gold butter still retains its
supremacy. We believe it to be the
best butter ever sold In Santa Fe. It
always reaches you in good condition,
and does not become rancid because
pasteurized and sealed in air-tight
packages. Next best is Parksdale Farm
butter, also packed in sealed package.
We are now receiving those selected
eggs, selected for freshness and for
size, po small eggs and no bad ones.
is a resident of this city.
At the Boston Mine Exchange last
W.eeltr one share of -CochiH Gold" Mining
Company's stock was sold at 35 cents
a share, par value $10, the issued stock
amounting to 182,250 shares; of Santa
Fe Gold and Copper Company stock 420
shares were sold at $3 a share, par val
ue $10 a share, and stock issued
amounting to 250,000 shares.
Palace: Felix Grant, Tres Piedras;
Mrs. J. Van Houten, Raton; Mrs. I. H.
Rapp, Mrs. C. A. Spiels, E. L. Hamil
ton, Las Vegas; Mr. N. H. Fay and i
wife, Dexter, Me.; Mr. J. C. Wood and
wife, Grand Rapids, Mich.; John Orr,
Albuquerque; G. B. Fuller, Springfield;
J. O, Cameron, Carlsbad; W. E. Baker,
Las Cruces; W. C. Reid, Roswell; Ed.
Morton, St. Louis.
H. N. Fliedner and Carl Metzger, two
young men in the employ of the Santa
Fe Central Railway Company, had a
very nnrrow escape yesterday. While
driving past the evaporating plant,
the team of horses which they were
driving suddenly became scared and
quickly turning, breaking the wagon
pole, overturned the wagon and threw
the occupants to the ground. Metzger
escaped with a bruised knee, while it
was necessary in Fliedner's case to call
in a physician, who made an examina
tion and found that he had several
At the regular meeting of the board
of education held Monday night the
following members were present: Pres
ident, T. B. Catron; CelestinO Ortiz, Pe
dro Roibal, E. S. Andrews. A quorum
not being present only minor business
was transacted, subject to the approval
of the board, as the hearing of re
ports and allowing of bills. The treas
urer's report showed the sum of $700
in the treasury and all bills paid. The
superintendent In his report said all
the schools were In a good condition,
although the attendance had fallen off
somewhat on account of the extreme
cold weather and sickness among the
opoldo Mazon, who had the. mlsfortmie
to losa . her, eight-year-old daughter by
death on Sunday last.
Leonard Wood county, with Santa
Rosa as the county seat, may appear on
the legislative boards at any moment.
The committee which visited Las
Cruces went. to El Paso and there wit
nessed a bull fight. One was enough
for Hon. Crlstoval Sanchez, who says
that, though it is the spot of his an
cestors and his race, yet it is one of
the most disgusting sights he ever wit
nessed. He wants no more of It.
Among the many reports of legisla
tlve deals and prospective laws which
are In circulation about the legislative
halls, one rumor has crept in that Cu
picl nas been at work successfully
among the House employes and that
new diamond ring is being worn. The
session is not without its romance.
banta Fe county lost about $243,000
worth of taxable property by the an
nexatlon of Epanola precinct to Rio
Arriba county. However, there is no
use kicking against the inevitable,
While Rio Arriba county was about
this it might just as well have taken
the Chlmayo and Santa Cruz precincts,
Governor Otero this forenoon sent to
the legislative Council the nomination
of James S. Duncan of Las Vegas, to
be public printer. This was unani
mously confirmed. It was rather unex
pected to some of the members of the
Council, whereas to others it was not
much of a surprise. Councilman Dun
can was warmly congratulated by his
colleagues upon his ' preferment. The
New Mexicah joins In these congratu
lations and wishes the new public prln
ter the fullest measure of success.
Albright and W.H. H. Llewellyn for
their valuable assistance and aid,
Resolved, That we extend to His EX'
ceiency, uovernor M. A. Otero, our
grateful thanks for his friendship and
endorsement of our said new county.
Resolved, That we appreciate and
most heartily thank the press at large,
and particularly the Santa Fe New
Mexican, the Las Vegas Record and
the Albuquerque Journal-Democrat, for
their great assistance and influence in
Be it further Resolved, That a copy
of these resolutions be forwarded to the
President of the Council and Chairman
of the Assembly now In session at San
ta Fe, and to His Excellency, the Gov.
ernor of New Mexico, and to Senator
Matthew S. Quay, Washington, D. C.
THEO. W. HEMAN,
A. R. CARTER, Secretary.
JiONDS TAKEN UP.
The territorial treasurer has taken up
$5,000 of provisional indebtedness bonds
of the territory, the cash for this pur
pose being in the treasury.
A postoffice has been established at
Mountainair, Valencia county. It is
supplied oyspeci.al; service from East
view, nine miles distant. The postoffice
at Tele-foro, Union county, has been
discontinued. The mail wilt go to Miera.
LAND OFFICE BUSINESS.
The following have been filed In tho
United States Land office .
B'lnal Homestead Entry Felipe Tru-
jilio, of El Rito, 160 acres of land situat
ed lu Rio Arriba countv.
Final Entry Timber Culture Edward
O. Brown, of Springer, 160 acres In Col-1
Id Pi A w rvc D u ti n mi
' 'B.liafa v I
Toilet Articles, Candy and Cigars.
.THEgOLDEST DRUG HOUSE IN SANTA FE.
AND MISCELLANEOUS ADS
TENANTED Two good salesmen; must
' speak Spanish and fully competen
to handle trade; references rooulrnd
good wages to right parties. Apply to
ji. xunauu e i;u., AiDuquorquo, si. M,
WANTKn SRVT7.R A T. PRP&nve cm njio
. , . . . , ......... , , viiaiv
aeter and good reputation in eaoh stnte (one
in this comity required) to represent and ad
vertise old established wealthy business house
of solid financial standing. Salary $21.00
wetiKiy wiiu expenses addit ional, all payable
vnsu oauii , euuuHuay direct ironi neau 01
noes. Horse and carriage furnished when
AMMMnnr. l?afMnA.a I." . . -1 1 r
urBssed envelope, colonial uo.,i;axtou Mug
.NO. 4 BAKERY..
BOWLING ALLEY NEWS!
J. H. Parrott has the lead in three Ladies' afternoon was well attended
successive games with an average All present had a good time. Bowling is
score of 159 1-3. a healthy and moral exercise won
The highest score for the week was as a pleasure participated in by the best
win give two people of the states. Ladies, don't for
get that Thursday afternoon, Feb. 26, is
free for you. No gentleman without
203, made by D. A. Day,
weeks' free rolling to anyone beating it.
Come around boys and organize a
team. W-hat is the matter with Santa
Fe, the only city of its size, but what
has from three to a dozen teams. You
During February there were in Santa
Fe 17 clear days, 6 partly cloudy days council Bill No. 96, introduced by
and 6 cloudy days. On 9 days .01 of an Councilman Amado Chaves, and House
inch or more of rain fell. The mean Bin No- 145- introduced by Representa.
atmospheric pressure was 30.01 and the tlve Baca, granting to the Woman's
highest was 30.42 on February 21 and Boara of Trade of the city of Santa Fe
the lowest was 29.43 on February 2. the ,ot on the old Palace property for
The highest temperature was 47 on tne Purpose of erecting thereon a pub
February 2 and the lowest was 4 below "c Horary building should be passed. It
lady partner admitted,
uia you ever try bowling? There is
no more healthful and pleasing exer
' Bperm yur money or time any else. The old and young, male and fe
better. You gain in health more than male, enjoy it. Try it once and you will
.run iuic in weann. neaitn is wealth. again.
C. W. DILTS, Proprietor.
THE OLD CURIO STORE
"Jake Gold" Curio Store
JAKE GOLD, Manager.
J. S. CA NDELARIO, Prop
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Mexican and Indian Curio:
"' VluS'&Z? ?, N?r aj IaJnke,s. Inian and Mexican Pottery,
Relics from the Cliff Dwellings, Indian Baskets, and in Fact all Sorts
of Cunoa of Indian and Mexican Make Can Be Found at Our Store
P. 0.EOX 346 :
SANTA FE. N. At.
JM See qs
zero on February 15. The greatest
daily range was 29 degrees on February
15 and the least daily range was 7 on
February 25. 'The prevailing direction
of the wind was southeast and the total
movement 5,362 miles. The maximum
velocity was 46 miles per hour from the
south on February 2. The precipitation
was 1.31 while the average for 31 years
Samuel Golding has moved his general
merchandise store from San Pedro to
the town of Cerrillos.
A good and appreciative audience
greeted the Schubert Symphonv Club of
Chicago at the court house on last Sat
urday evening. The program was well
worth hearing. Unlike the convention
al musical organizations, they possessed
vocal and dramatic as well as lustru
mental resources. Each rtember of the
club U an artist. A neat sum was real
Ized for the benefit of the high school
The forecast is for rain or snow to
night and tomorrow with easterly wind
Tho maximum temperature yesterday
was 48 at iz:i3 p. m., ana tne minimum
was 24 at 5 a. 111. The temperature at
0 o'clock this morning was 35.
Advices to the local office of the
weather bureau state that March 1 and
2 were the coldest days of the winter In
the Taos valley, the temperature falling
to 10 and 5 degrees below zero on these
is a local measure and desired by ev
ery good citizen of Santa Fe, regard
less of party. A fine public library on
the lot owned by the government on
Washington avenue would be of bene
fit not only to this city, but also to
many tourists and healthseekers who
visit this city annually.
PERSONAL MENTION :
Patent Applied For &
MOST INEXPERIENCED CAN USE IT
FINEST QUALITY, GREATEST SIM
PLICITY, ABSOLUTE SAFETY IT
HAS NO EQUAL ANYWHERE.
IV. If. GOECEL, HARDWARE. 107 Catron Block SZ.
at ajt t al ajt tl afc ajf ajt
J& j& it ,t j$ j$ jt
Tony Neis, wife and child of Cerril
los, are visiting the capital.
Captain W. C. Reid of Roswell, assis
tant U. S. attorney, is here attending
U. S, district court.
U. S. Bateman, Esq., attorney at Ros
well, has returned to the city, having
legal business to attend here.
Judge N. B. Laughlin, who has been
in Washington working for statehood,
arrived home this noon. ,
Mrs. I. H. Rapp of Las Vegas, for
merly a resident of this city where she
hag many warm friends, was among
yesterday's arrivals In town
, A. R. Gibson, who has been ill for
several weeks, will leave tomorrow for
California to recuperate. He will first
go to Coronado Beach and then to San
Rt Rev. J. M. Kendrlck, bishop of
this diocese of the Protestant Episco
pal church, arrived today and for a
few days will be the guest of the Rev.
and Mrs. W. R. Dye. .
: Mrs. C. A. Bpiess of Las Vegas, the
handsome wife of Councilman Spiels.
The following resolutions were adopt
ed at a publtc meeting of citizens of
Portales, the county seat of the new
county of Roosevelt on February 24
Whereas, The general assembly of
tne territory of New Mexico now In
session at Santa Fe, has recently pass
ed an act to create Roosevelt county,
having Portales as the county seat of
said county, and
Whereas, We most ardently hope and
confidently believe that said att has
the sanction of his honor, the Governor
of our territory, and
Whereas, In the creation of said
county, we see the accomplishment of
that which we have long believed was
necessary to our proper development
and government, and
Whereas, We are all highly pleased
and gratified because we are about to
assurrie. and to eftloy; the inestimable
privilege. of a. more local self govern
ment, therefore be it
Resolved, That we tender our sincer-
est thanks to his honor, the Governor
of the territory of New Mexico and to
the honorable, the members of the
Council and the House of Representa
tives of the 35thlegislative assembly of
the territory, and to all the friends
who have aided in the segregation and
creation of our county, and be it fur
Resolved, That a copy of these reso
lutions be sent to the New Mexican at
Santa Fe, a newspaper that ably sup
ported our cause, for publication and
the same be published in the local
newspapers, and in the newspapers at
Tho district court was called to order
this morning at 10 o'clock in tho court
house, i Judge John R. McFle presiding.
The United States and territorial prose
cuting officials, sheriff and deputy mar
shals wero present. Judge McFle called
tho criminal and civil dockets. Cases
were set and some were dismissed. The
United States and territorial grand
juries aro already at work but no indict
ments as yet havo been found.
U. S. GRAND JURY.
The grand jurors are as follows: S. G.
Cartwright, foreman; Simon Goldlng,
Jose Rodriguez, Fernando Bustos, - R.
M. Carley, Manuel de Aguerro, Floren
cio Archuleta, Jose Cosme Martinez y
Trujillo, Lucio Garcia, Francisco D,
Martinez, Antonio A. Valdez, Francis
co B. Rael, Roman Sandoval, Luis A,
Archuleta, Lonnie Gardner, A. M,
Hubbard, Juan A. Jaquez, Julian Tru
jillo y Martinez, G. W. - Lamberson
Juan Manuel Romero, Perfecto Tru
TERRITORIAL GRAND JURORS,
Arthur Blschoff, foreman; Vicente
Espinosa, Juan Antonio Ortega, Jose
Dolores Garcia, Tircio Padllla, Agustin
Salcedo, W. J. Slaughter, Encarnaclon
Ortiz, Juan N. Sandoval, Ambroslo Ar-
rinaga, Canuto Leyba, Teodoro Ortega,
TJvaldo Sanchez, Eplfanio Bustos, Vidal
Trujillo, Juan Tafoya, Valentin Me
drano, Nicolas Sena.
U. S. PETIT JURORS.
Felipe Romero, Leandro Lovato, Nl-
caclo Ortega, Jose Ignaclo Madrll, Al
bino Martinez, Manuel Montoya, Jose
Ramon Garcia, J. P. Velasquez, Fran
Cisco Valdez, Pablo Martinez, Soflo
Garcia, Gabriel de Leon, Juan Antonio
Mondragon, Inocencio Martinez, Juan
Lovato, W. J. Cartwright, J. Sixto Ba
ca, Pedro Ignacio Garcia, Cicero Weid
ner, Hilarlo Baca, Eugenio Barras, Vic
torlano Casados, Alejandro Montes y
Vigil, Bartolome Sanchez.
Election of Officers.
The Typographical Union at . Albu
querque has elected the following offi
cers: President, G. L. Hopping. Vice
ptesldent, H. L. Dunning. Secretary-
Treasurer, H. H. Wynkoop. Sergeant-at-arms,
A. Volght. Executive Com
mittee, C. F. Roberts, 8. W. Dodeo, F.
Strother. Delegates to Central La
bor Union, H. H. Wynkoop, C. F. Rob
erts, H. L. Dunning, John Steward, and
T. Strother. . -
GO TO DAVIS AND SPOONER, THE
sn.nltii.rv nlnmhnra fnt atn,m min
ings, any make furnished at short notice
TENANTED SECON-HAND PAPER
' bound volumes of the Session
Laws of .1890 and 1901 in English; bv
j.ne ssevr Mexican Printing Company.
f ONEY'S DIGEST OF THE NEW
Mexico Reports for salo at the Now
Mexican Printing Company's Office,
Price 0.50 dollvored.
KILLED IN KANSAS.
And now at the Bon-Ton where you can
get them: Quail, Grouse, Prairie Chic
kens, Ducks, Snipe, Venison. CH and
Notary Public, Stenographer and Type
d f I I I T- ... ,
rruui opamsn into jingnsn ana I om
English Into Spanish carefully mad a.
Office with U. S. Attorney for the Court
oi rrivate Land Claims, Federal Build
ing. Francisco Delgado.
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
R. A. WATKINS, Stenographer; Of
fice with H. N. Willcox, Catron Block.
Stenography and Typewriting by piece
"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.
arrived last evening from the Meadow
Tucumcarl. N. M., Feb. 28, 1903.
At a mass meeting held at Tucum
carl, Tuesday evening, February 25,
the committee on resolutions reported
the following, which was unanimously
We, the people of Tucumcarl and
surrounding country, in the new coun
ty of Quay, desire to extend our sin
cere and heartfelt thanks to Governor
M. A. Otero and to the honorable mem
bers of the 36th legislative assembly of
this territory, for the great favor
shown in our behalf In granting us the
new county, called Quay, in honor of
that gallant champion, Senator Mat
thew S. Quay of Pennsylvania, also to
Charles A. Spless, Jas. S. Duncan, Al
bert B. Fall, W. A. Hawkins, Geo. F.
V. 8. Weatnar Korean Votes.
Forecast for New Mexico: Rain or
snow tonight and Thursday, easterly
Yesterday the thermometer registered
8 follows: Maximum temperature, 48
degrees, at 2:15 p. m; minimum, 24
degrees, at 5:00 a. m. The mean
temperature for the 24 hours was 30 de
grees. Mean dally humidity, 50 per cent.
, rrecipitanon, u.iu oi an men.
Temperature at 0:00 a. m. today,-35
aegrees. : . . .
New Goods Just Received!
Miss Mugler has just received a new
line of spring and summer millinery.
CRASHED INTO A FBEI6HT TRAIN.
One Employe Killed and Two Others Injured
Huntington, W. Va., March 4. Pas
senger train No, 3 on the Chesapeake
and Ohio railroad crashed Into the rear
ota freight train near Russell today.
nlL. I l r- , . -
L-iBiguL uraKeui&n linaries miner, was
killed. Captain Davis on the frelirht
train and John Rose, fireman probably
Boston Finn Falls.
Boston, Mass., March 4. The failure
of A. B. Turner and Bro. of this city
was announced on the stock exchange
today. The Arm was largely Interested
in Massachusetts consolidated mining
and In western railway products. Tho
failure Is attributed to the stringency
of the money market. ,
dittn, U. S. Marine Hospital Sanatorium, Fort
Stanton. New Mexico. February 24th, 1933.
Sealed Proposals will be received at this of
fice until 2 o'clock p. m., on the i-nd day of
Anrll. 1903. and thnn onnnRil. fnr rnnnlxann,!
lmDrOvenientfl to llllilflins-B. ftlsn far inetnlU-
tlon of an electric llffhtine- sVHfntn nt thm TT M
Marine Hospital Sanatorium, Fort Stanton,
New Mexico, in accordance with drawirgg
and specifications, copies of which nay Co
naa, in tne discretion or tne uustodian, upon
application at this oWce. P. M.CiHMNOTON,
Surgeon, P. H. A M. H. S., Custodian.
Land Scrip. v
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,.
Subscribe for the New Mexican.
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OF THE UNITED STATES
HENRY B. HYDE,
Dec. 31, 1902 .... $1,202,446,595.00
New Assurance Issued
in 1902 281,249,944.00
Assets Dec. 31, 1902 . .
Assurance Fund and all
other liabilities . . .
Paid Policyholders in
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 SflNTfi FE
South Side of Plaza
Wo handle nothing but what Is
first-class in the Liquor Lino.
Wedollver any goods bought of nt
us to any part of the cltv and Jff
Special Attention Is given to S
Family and Mail Orders. You jS
will Rnrl . .1 'U
..... uuu wui Bui msb-uittss,
Spanish taught by competent Spanish
teacher. Fourteen years . experience
Terms reasonable. Translations solicit
ed. Address J. C. Martinez, care New
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.
. Smokers Will Find Cigars ir. J To
bacco to Suit Their Taste at
EAST SIOE OF PLAZA - - SANTA FE, I. H.
W. T. GUTER, Proprietor.
Subscribe for tlie New Mexican.
For Drunkenness, Opium,
Afi Morphlns and
y ClV V other Drug Using,
T and Neurasthenia.
Bayle's After-DInner and Deviled Cheese, Royal Luncheon
and MacLaren's Imperial Cheese, Edam, Imported
Swiss, Roguefort, Llmbiirger, American
Cream, and Vaterland. Full Cream
Brick Cheese, Salted Peanuts.
I(. S. HAUJUE & CO., Grocers.
Boston Wool Market.
Boston, March 4, The action of the
federal authorities In placing an em
bargo on wool has had the effect of
bringing trade to a standstill. Terrl
torlal wools are fairly firm; fine staple
wools are quotable at 55 56, scoured
basis; fine medium Is not quotable above
50; with medium at 45 46.
The New Mexican Printing; Company
manufactures the best blank books and
loose leaf ledgers In the southwest at
very moderate prices. You will serve
your own interests by patronising this
ery deserving home manufacturing es
tablishment. - .
Advertise with us
GOLD'S OLD CWOSITY SHOP
Mexican Drawn Work a Specialty,
nsltsilt ul (stall Oiills
SAN FRANCISCO ST., CORNER BURRO ALLEY.
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