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City council meets tonight.
Santa Fe Chapter No. 1, Itoyal Arch
A'aaons, will meet this evening in reg
ular monthly convocation at 7:30 o'clock
at Masonic Hull.
The CartwriR'ht-Davis Co. come out
today with a new "ad" that is sure to
be of interest to all housekeepers. Keep
your eye on this firm's "ad" if you wish
Bon-Ton: John Switzer, Las Vegas;
Juanito Simon, Bisbee, Ariz.: J. A. Mc
Curry, City; J. II. Geary, Sau Francis
co; C. R. Saltsman. Alluiuoro.ue; Jer
ome Kunkel, Glorieta.
Charles W. Greene, at one time trav
eling correspondent of the Santa Fe
New Mexican, and founder of the Pe
cos Valley irrigation scheme, died at
New York City last week.
Jose Telles does not seem to be mov-
ed over the sentence of death passed
upon him. He told Sheriff Kinsell all
he wants now is an abundance to eat.
The sentence does not seem to worry
him in the slightest degree.
The regularity with which Santa Fe
trains have been irrgular during the
past few days is not appreciated by the
traveling public, but then very likely
this regularity of irregularity cannot
well be helped.
Vf The track laying on the depot
grounds of the Santa Fe Central rail
way will begin this week, shoulfl the
rails now In transit arrive, if not it will
commence just as soon as they are
here. They are expected here any day.
There will be an adjourned annual
meeting of the Territorial Press Asso
ciation of New Mexico on Wednesday,
March 11, at 7:30 p. m., at the Chamber
of the House of Representatives. All
rrembers are requested to be present.
Nestor Montoya, president.
Miss Josefa AlirS of this city and
Transito Romero of Las Vegas, were
married on Saturday afternoon at the
Guadalupe church on the south side.
The bride has been employed in the bin
dery department of the New Mexican
Printing Company for some time and is
a pretty and good young woman.
The Board of Trade of this city
should wake up once in a while and dis
cuss action upon public interests. The
bill for the extension of the city limits
of this town now pending in the assem
All Kinds of
Filigree Fob Chains,
Filigree Neck Chains,
Filigree Souvenir Spoons
Filigree Brooch Pins.
Filigree Card Cases, .'
Etc., Etc., Etc.
How About Cigars?
We have the leading brands such as:
CHILDS, FONTElLA, OWL, J. F. P0RTUANDO, S.GWT DRAFT AND
OTHERS IN 5 CENT GOODS. THE TQM MOORE, GEN. ARTHUR,
PREFERENCIA, EL SI0ELLO, OLD STATESMAN, CHANCELLOR, AND
OTHERS IN 10 CENT GOODS. SANCHEZ y HAYA'S KEY WEST
GOODS, PORTO RiCO CIGARS, MANILLA AND OTHERS TOO NUM
EROUS TO MENTION xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
If You Wan a PERFECT SMOKE, Not TOO DRY nor TOO
FISCHER DRUG COPPAJVY
230 San Francisco Street.
THE OLD CURIO STORE
JAKE QOLD, Manager.
Mexican and Indian Curios
The Best Place to Buy Navajo Blankets, Indian and Mexican Pottery,
Relics from the Cliff Dwellings, Indian Baskets, and in Pact all Sons
of Curios of Indian and Mexican Make Can Be Found at Our Store
P. O. BOX 346
U to See
.? Patent Applied For
MOST INEXPERIENCED CAN USE IT
FINEST QUALITY, GREATEST SIM
PLICITY, ABSOLUTE SAFETY IT
HAS NO EQUAL ANYWHERE.
W. H. OOEBEL. HARDWARE, 107 Catron Block
bly, if passed, will not be of much ben
efit, quite the reverse. Let the Board
of Trade get a move on and adopt and
file protests against the passage of the
bill by the assembly.
Fair weather, variable winds and sta
tionary temperature are predicted for
tonight and tomorrow. The maximum
temperature on Saturday was 3! de
grees and yesterday was 47 degres. The
minimum temperature on Saturday and
yesterday was 30 degrees. The humidity
rose frpm 47 per cent to 50 per cent
yesterday and last evening there was
1-12 of an inch of precipitation.
Claire: C. E. Harrington and wife,
Chicago; W. H. Downs, Albuquerque;
Hugo R. Buerger, Denver; John L. Nor
ris, Santa Fe; J. SChuchat, Louisville;
Felix Martinez, Jr., El Paso; Perfecto
Esquibel, Tierra Amarilla; F. J. Mc
Donough, Lincoln, Neb.; John B. Har
per, Durango; W. A. Jones, TruChas; C.
K. Mead, Las Vegas; "Walter D. Pratt,
Kast Las Vegas; E. B. Field, Santa Fe;
H: P. Owen, Albuquerque.
The funeral of Henry W. Easton un
der the auspices of Carleton Post, G. A.
U., was largely attended yesterday. The
services were held at the U., S. Nat
ional Cemetery by Hon. John R. Mc-
Fie, post commander, and Jacob Welt
mer, chaplain, assisted by D. P. Dem-
aresr, F. P. Crichton and Captain Thos.
Braiwigan, comrades of the order The
nail bearers were Hon. Amado Chaves,
Major Fred Muller, Captain Candelario
Martinez, Ireneo L. Chaves, Captain
Donaciano Montoya and "W. F. Dob
bins. Taps were sounded by Harry
Snvder, the youngest soldier in the
city. Veterans of the late wars united
with the post In the services. Hand
some floral tributes were furnished by
the Womans' Relief Corps, General E.
L. Bartlett and others.
Palace: W. Hillman, W. M. Harris,
Albutiueraue; Cleofes Romero, Las Ve
gas; H. G. Wilson, J. Holllngsworth, M.
F. Pierce, Denver; B. B. Adams, Phila
delphia; J. J. McGunley, T. D. Burns, T.
D. Burns, Jr., Tierra Amarilla; H. J.
Reiling Chicago; Harry F. Lee, Albu
querque; Fred T. Wylie, Las Cruces; M.
E. Harris, El Paso; W. S. Praeger, Ros
well; E. G. Murphy, J. V. Newman, C.
W. Todd, East Las Vegas; Jacob
Schreiner, P. S. Schreiner, St. Louis; P.
S. Sterner, Chicago; E. W. Williams,
Galveston, Tex.; A. A. Keen, G. F. Al
bright; F. A. Hubbell, W. B. Childers,
M. S. Otero, H. B. Henning, E. L. Med
ler, B. Ruppe, George Wherley, Albu
querque; Mrs. E. E. Powers, Kansas
Scratch tablets for sale at this
A Full Line of
Manufacturer of Mex
ican Filigree Jewelry.
South Side Plaza - Santa Fe
J. S. CANDELARIO, Prop
Retail Dealers In
: : SANTA FE, N. M.
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the previous question. It was not or
dered by 9 ayes to 14 nays. Mr. Ortega
moved to make the bill a special order
for 4 o'clock. Mr. Kilpatrick moved to
fix the time for 3 o'clock tomorrow af
ternoon, but they failed to have it sec
onded. The motion was lost by 11 to 13.
Mr. Turner asked to take up Council
Bill No. 2, and Mr. Crlstoval Sanchez
moved to amend by substituting Coun
cil Bill No. 56, the Sunday law bill. The
amendment was lost. The committee
which visited the Roswell Military In
stitute presented Its report. As the
New Mexican goes to press, it was be
Major T. D. Burns of Tierra Amarilla,
is visiting Santa Fe. He is opposed to
any change in the present law provid
ing for the taxation of sheep and de
sires it to remain as at present, namely
that sheep be taxed in the county
where owned. He also worked to ob
tain the approval of the governor to the
bill which passed both houses, transfer
ing the Espanola precinct from .. this
county to Rio Arriba county. ,
Mr. Albright this morning introduced
a bill in the Council regarding the tax
ation of property on which a building
and loan association holds a mortgage.
The bill is designed to make the holder
of the property pay the taxes on it and
that the mortgage shall not be taxed.
It is claimed that in many parts of the
territory property is taxed twice
through the holder and the building
and loan association and this bill is de
signed to do away with this.
Two bills were introduced by Mr. Fall
in the Council this morning which are
Interwoven on the some general sub
ject. One provides that the leases and
contracts for land made by the irrigat
ion commission with the exception of
the two tracts of 129,000 and 37,000 acres,
shall be cancelled and that the further
policy of the commission shall be to sell
the lands. The other bill provides for
continuing the land selection board and
provides that the members shall be
given $250 and the selecting agent
$1,200 a year. The United States funds
are exhausted and it is thought best
that the board shall be continued by
1 $ je J$ J$ JS J$
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George E. Ellis and wife are in Den
ver and will be absent for several days.
Hon. M. S. Otero, former dolgate to
congress, is again in town " watching
W. A. Jones, saw mill man, operating
about 40 miles north of here, is in town
looking after business matters.
John B. Harper, U. S. irrigation en
gineer for the Pueblo Indians, is here
from Durango and attending to official
John C. Sears left on Saturday even'
ing for San Antonio, Tex., to attend the
biennial convention of the Woodmen of
the World. . -. ' -
Sheriff Cleofes Romero of San Miguel
county, arrived from Las Vegas yester
day. He is interested in measures be
for the assembly.
B. Ruppe of Albuquerque, president
of the territorial board of pharmacy, Is
here on official businessYand attended
the meeting of the board today.
W. S. Prager of Roswell, member of
the territorial sheep sanitary board, is
here on official business and attended
the meeting of that board today.
J. M. Horn, who has been store-
keeper for the Santa Fe Central for the
past 14 months, has gone to Battle
Creek, Mich., for treatment for paraly
Collector F. A. Hubbell of Bernalillo
county, returned last evening from Al
buquerque. He says he Is reconciled to
the creation of Sandoval county. Quien
Colonel W. L. Willson, superintendent
of the New Mexico Military Institute
nt Tins well, is here looking after the
needs of that institution before the leg
islature. Perfecto Esquibel, eqllector and trea
surer of Rio Arriba county, is visiting
the capital. He is working with mem
bers of the legislature In the interest of
his county. '
W. B. Childers, Esq., United States
attorney, has returned from WasWnr-
ton and arrived here last evening to at
tend the United States court now here
in session, j I t
Harry F. Lee of Albuquerque, secret-.
tary of the territorial sheep sanitary
board, was among yesterday's arrivals
in the capital. He took In legislative
Speaker Nestor Montoya who was at
his home at Albuquerque during the
legislative recess, returned last evening
and was on hand wielding the gavel in
the House today.
Harry W. Kelley, a Las Vegas mer
chant, is in town and attended the
meeting of the sheep Sanitary board
of "which he is a member, In the cap!
tol building today;
Councilman Thomas Hughes who
spent Sunday in the Duke City, return
ed this morning to town. Whenever
Sandoval county is mentioned to him.
he smiles a happy smile.
Archbishop Peter Bourgade s on his
return trip from Los Angeles and Tuc
son. He was expected at Gallup today
and may visit other parishes before re
turning to Santa Fe.
Major T. T. Burns and his son T. D.
Burns, Jr., of Tierra Amarilla, arrived
on Saturday In the capital. Major
Burns Is looking after matters of Inter
est to his section in legislative circles.
Bishop J. M. Kendrlck preached to a
large congregation at the Church of the
Holy Faith yesterday morning. At 4:80
in the afternoon he confirmed a class of
five and delivered the charge to them.
nr 11 -aran nt .Tnnlln. Mn. la In the i
city. He is looking around with a vfew
of investing In stock and possibly also
In mines. Pamphlets sent him by the
Bureau of Immigration brought him to
Mrs. Manderfleld and daughters and
grandson arrived at Las Vegas this af
ternoon from their visit to Philadel
phia,' Washington and other points.
They will remain at Las Vegas a few
days before returning to Santa Fe.
General Manager W. H. Hopewell of
the Santa Fe Central Railway accom
panied by Mrs. Hopewell and tholr two
sons arrived on Saturday from a two
weeks' eastern trip, during which Mr.
Hopewell visited t'ittsbuig and was in
conference with the capitalists Interest
ed In the building of the Santa Fe Cen
P. E. Baird of Chadron, Neb., Is In
the city on a visit to his wife who has
been here for several months for the
benefit of her health. Mr. Baird is a
fruit grower and horticulturist and is
looking for a location in the territory.
He was a caller at the office of the Bu
reau of Immigration and was furnished
the information he desired concerning
fruit growers and fruit growing In this
section of the territory.
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A bostofflce has been established at
Van Houten, Colfax county.
' ; AGENTS APPOINTED.
The Rio Grande and " Southwestern
Railroad Company has named Fred E
James of Lumberton, Rio Arriba coun
ty, as agent. -
; BOARD OF PHARMACY.
The Territorial Board of Pharmacy is
in session today in the Elks Hall and
the: session will be continued over to
morrow. The members here are B.
Ruppe of Albuquerque, W. C. Porter-
field of Grant county, E. G. Murphy of
East Las Vegas, and A. J. Fischer of
this city. Three candidates are today
undergoing examination and the ses
sions are expected to continue over to
Governor Otero has appointed the
following notaries: William F. Myers,
La Costilla, Taos county; C. A. Nyhus,
Raton. Colfax county: Perfecto Baca,
Puerto de Luna, Guadalupe county
William F. Williams, Torrance, Lin
coin county: H. B. Hamilton, Lincoln,
Lincoln county; Arthur A. Staab, San
ta Fe, Santa Fe county; C. A. Baca,
Socorro. Socorro county; Thomas Mar
shall, Demlng, Luna county; Julius A
Staab, Albuquerque, Bernalillo county.
George Bashford Pleads Qullty Condemnation
Proceedings by the Santa Fe Central
, Railway. - .
The court was called to order by Judgo
John R. McFlo at 10 o'clock this fore
noon at the court house. Territorial
and federal court officers were present,
Condemnation proceedings have been
brought bv the Santa Fe Central Kail-
way. in the district court for danU Fe
countv. against William II. Coleman, P.
E. Morrison and F. E. Morse. In the
case against . Coleman the following
viewers have been appointed: lshtnael
Sparks, W. R. Price and Ellas Brevoort
The case or Tootle, wneeier anu jhoi-
ter Mercantile company vs. Jose Granito
has been dismissed at the planum s cost,
In the case of A. Staab vs. J. t. vvii
Haras, judgment was given for the plain
tilt in the sum or S081 3.
In the case of A. Staab vs. Romulo
Martinez, final judgment was given for
The case of the Argo Mining company
vs. Francisco A. Manzanares, ot al, was
see for trial on April 6.
The case of the Santa Fe Water and
Light company vs. W. E. Dame, was set
for trial on March 19.
George Bashford was arraigned on
Saturday in the United States court on
the charge of attempting to force an en
trance into the post office at Tres Pledras
A plea of guilty was entered
DEATH OF M, V. B. WILCOX.
He Died at Three O'clock This Morning Alter
an Illness of Two Weeks.
Martin Van Buren Wilcox, an aged
and well known resident and fruit
raiser at Tesuque, died on bis ranch
early this morning.
Mr. Wilcox .was 71 years old last May.
He came to the Tesuque valley from
Nebraska in 1893. He bad lived In
Nebraska 30 years coming there from
Maryland. His first wife died about
three years ago. He Is survived by his
second wife ana one son, ttenry, a rest
dent of Denver, who is expected to ar
rive here this evening. Mr. Wilcox was
a Grand Army veteran, was a stanch
administration Republican, a good cltl
zen, a faithful husband and a good fath
er. He was a member oi tne rresDy
terlan Church and an earnest and con
sistent Christian.. His orchard In the
Tesuque valley is one of the finest in
this section and he there lived In a cosy
home, spending the evening of his life
id quiet content. The funeral win proo-
ably take place, on Wednesday and in
terment will be made in Fairview ceme
tery, Charles Wagner is the funeral
V. . Weather Jsnresm Vote.
Forecast for New Mexico: Generally
lair tonight ana. Tuesday; stationary
temperature; variable winds.
Saturday the thermometer registered
as follows: Maximum temperature, 39
degrees, at 4:20 p. m.; minimum, 23 de
grees, at 6:30 a. m The mean temper
ature for the 34 nours was au degrees.
Mean dally humidity, 47 per cent.
Yesterdar the thermometer registered
as follows: Maximum temperature, 47
degrees, at 1:50 p. m; minimum, 30
degrees, at 6:40 a. m. The mean
temperature for the 34 hours was 38 de
grees. Mean dally humidity, so per cent.
Precipitation, u.iw ot an men.
Temperature at 0:00 a. m. today, 27
To Cure a Cold la On 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. 26c
The following carrier pigeons have
strayed from the loft of R. L, MeCance,
banded on right leg, numbered as fol
lows: Nos. 100, 101, 104, 200, and 203.
Any Information or return ot birds to
R. LMcCance, Santa Fe, N. M., will
be rewarded. , 1
Subscribe for the New Mertwin '
STAVING OFF A PANIC.
Considerable Excitement and De
pression on Wall Street and a :
Strong Decline in Stocks.
New York, March 9. Considerable ex
citement attended the opening of to
day's stock market. The events of last
week, culminating with a very unfavor
able bank statement and failure In the
dry goods trade, were tho most disturb
ing factors. The scene on the floor of
the exchange was very animated The
attendance of brokers was unusually
large and selling orders were heavy all
around as shown In the Initial transac
tions when prices with few exceptions
averaged declines of a pulnt or more.
Selling orders caino from all points and
commission houses with wire connec
tions to the middles west were cons
picuous in tliu movent nl. Boston and
Philadelphia also had a big lot of orders
to sell and practically every broker of
prominence had au accumulation of
commissions of this sort over Sunday .
Chicago, March 9 The suspension of
Wuk Young & Co., brokers, was an
nounced by th a posting of a notice on
the board of trade to close all trades for
their account The firm was not pro
minent In - the- grain trade, to which
thtir transactions were largely directed,
although an old established concern!
the principal having succeeded his fath
er In tho business.
Tbe Capital Stock Is $15,000,000 of Which One
Half Is Preferred and One Half Common.
Trenton, N. J., March 9. The North
ern Machinery Company with a capital
of 815,000,000 was Incorporated today.
Of the capital stock, 97,500,000 Is pre
ferred, drawing 7 per cent cumulative
dividends. The balance is common
stock. The company is to manufacture
seed and agricultural machinery of all
The Wool Market.
8t. Louis, Mo., March 9. Wool,
Territory and western medium, 15
18; fine, 13 16H; coarse, 13 15.
MONEY AND METAL.
New York, Mar. . 9. Money on call
strong at 4 per cent. Prime mercan
tile paper 5 5 per cent. Silver, 49.
New York, March 9. Lead, quiet,
$4.12. Coppor, Unsettled, 814.0').
Chicago, March 9. Close. Wheat,
May.74; July, 71 71.
Corn, March, 45; May, 47 47.
Oats, March, 34 35; May, 31.
PORE, LARD, RIBS.
Pork, May, 818.32; July, 817.85.
Lard. May, 810.10 810.12 July,
810 07. '
Ribs, May, 89.93; July, 89.72
( ' ; ; stock
Kansas 'City, M)., March 9. Cattlo,
market steady to lower.
. Native -steora, 83.90 85.40; Tex
as and Indian steers, 83 25 84.40;
Texas cows, 81.90. 83.25; native cows
and helfors, 32.00 84.50; Blockers and
feeders, 82. 50 84. 80; bulls 83.75 84.00;
calves, 83.00 87.00; western steers,
82.90 85.00; western cows, 81.75
Sheep, receipts 5,000, strong.
Muttons 83.50 ta.00' iambs, 83.90
80.80; range wethers 83.30 ft 85.40;
ewes 83.45 85.65.
Chicago, March 9. Cattlo, market
slow and lower.
Good to prime steers, 85.10 85.65;
poor to medium, 83.50 84 75; stockers
and feeders, 82.75 & 84.75; cows 81.50
14 60; heifers, 82.25 84.75; canners,
81.50 82.60; bulls, 82.00 84.25;
calves, 83.50 86 65; Texas fed steers,
Good to choice wethers, f5 00 85.65;
fair to choice mixed, 84.00 84.75,
western sheep, 84.75 85.75; native
lambs, 84.50 87.00; western lambs.
WANTED We pay cash for clean cot
ton rags suitable for machine pur
poser New Mexican Printing Co.
Certificate of Publication. '
Termtoby of Nkw Mexico. ,
Insurance Department. -
For the year ending Dec. 31st, 1903,
OFFICE OF AUDITOR
OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS.
Santa Fe, N. M., March 7, 1903 It
is hereby certified, That Tbe Hartford
Life Insurance Company, a corporation
organized under the laws of the state
of Connecticut whose principal office
is located at uartiora, Connecticut,
has complied with all the requirements
of the laws of New Mexico, so far as the
said laws are applicable to said com
pany, for the year of Our Lord One
xnou8ana jNinn Hundred and Three.
In testimony whereof, I, W. G. Sargent,
auaitor oi public accounts lor the
' Territory of New Mexico, have hereto
set my hand and affixed my seal of
office, at. tbe City of Santa Fe, the day
ana year, nrst aoove written.
(Seal) W. G. Sargent,
' ; Auditor of Public Accounts,
Jnstics of the Psaoe Dockets.
The New Mexican Printing Company
has prepared civil and criminal docket
especially for the use of Justices of the
peace. They are especially ruled, with
printed headings, in either Spanish or
English, made of good record paper,
strongly and durably bound with leath
er back and covers and canvas aides;
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 hooka
are made up In civil and criminal doc
kets, separate, of MO page each or with
both civil and criminal bound In one
hook, 80 pages civil and 120 pages criB
lnaL To introduce them they are offer
ed at the following low prloes:
CtvH or criminal.. ............ ..14 Ot.
Combination civil and criminal I 80. .
For 48 cents additional for a single
docket or S6 cents additional for a com
bination docket, they will be sent by
mail or prepaid express. Cash In fall
must accompany order. State plainly
whether English or Spanish printed
heading la wanted. Address
NKW MEXICAN PRINTING CO.,
Santa Fe. N. II-
Engraved visiting cards with or with
out plate furnished by the New Mexi
can Printing Company.
Toilet Articles, Candy and Cigars.
THE OLDEST DRUG
W A JITS
AND MISCELLANEOUS ADS-
flANTED A position as governess
" can leacn Knjjilsn and uorman,
also music. Inquire New Mexican office
WANTED Two good salesmen; must
. , speak Spanish and fully competent
to. handle trade; references required;
good wages to right parties. Apply to
H. ILiU tiUU & CO., Albuquerque, IN. M.
. AGENTS WANTED.
WANTED SEVERAL PERSONS OF CH AR
aoter and stood reputation in caoh state (one
in this county required) to represent and ad
vertise old established wealthy business home
of solid financial standing. Salary $21.00
weekly with expenses additional, all payable
in cash each Wednesday direct from head of
fices. Horse and carriage furnished when
necessary. Keierences. &noiose seir-au-
dretsed envelope. Colonial Co., Caxton Hide.
rjO TO DAVIS AND SPOONER, THE
v-" sanitary plumbers, for stove cast
ings, any make furnished at short notice.
KILLED IN KANSAS.
And now at the Bon-Ton where you can
get them: Quail, Grouse, Prairie Chic
kens, Ducks, Snipe, Venison. CU and
Notary Public, Stenographer and Type
From Spanish Into English and from
English Into Spanish carefully made.
Office with U. S. Attorney for tho Court
of Private Land Claims, Federal llutld
Ing. Francisco Dklgado.
Santa Fe, N. M.
"THEY SABE HOW."
Business is business. Every fellow
to his trade. Mixing drinks Is our
business and our artists "sabe" bow 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.
. Spanish Taught.
" 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 Came, Chile Verde, Hot Ta
males, Enchiladas, Pasole, Temole,
Frljoles, Menudo, and other warm pro
positions, at the Bon-Ton.
R. A. W ATKINS, Stenographer; Of
fice with H. N. Wlllcox, Catron Block.
Stenography and Typewriting by piece
. 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 New Mexican Printing Company
has made arrangements with the pub
lisher of Money's Digest of the New
Mexico reports to sell same at the re
duced price of $6.50 delivered in any
part ot the territory. This price will
hold good only for a' limited time in or
der to reduce the stock so as to pay for
the publishing of this book. This price
Is subject to withdrawal without notice,
cash to accompany each order.
A small gasoline engine, new, for sale
by the New Mexican Printing com
pany. Call or write and get price "
PIng.Pong Pickles .
m English Mustard
- Hot Stuff
Bayle's After-Dinner and Deviled Cheese, Royal Luncheon
and MacLaren's Imperial Cheese, Edam, Imported
Swiss, Roguefort, Llmburger, American
Cream, and Vaterland. Full Cream
Brick Cheese, Salted Peanuts.
U. S. ljAUJIE & CO., Grocers.
. raxAPsoiTJi ae. '.
COLD'S OLD CURIOSITY SHOP
Mexican Drawn Work a Specialty,
SAN FRANCISCO ST., CORNER BURRO ALLEY.
HOUSE IIN SANTA FE.
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
lihs 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, Sprln-
ger, N. M.
J "Strongest In the World"
TFE EQUITABLE LIFE
OF THE UNITED STATES
HENRY B. HYDE,
Dec. 31, 1902 $1,292,444,595.00
New Assurance Issued
In 1902 281,249,944.00
Assets Dec. 31, 1902 . . 359,395,537.72
Assurance Fund and all
other liabilities ... 284,268,040.95
Paid Policyholders In
1902 ... 29,191,250.79
J& J& .
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 SMITH FE
South Side of Plasa
We handle nothing but what Is
first-class In tbe Liquor Line.
CALIFORNIA AND $
IMPORTED WINES $
: : ffl
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED JjJ
We deliver any goods bought of K
us to any part of the city and
Special Attention is given to
Family and Mail Orders. Tou j
will find our service first-class. X
Smokers Will Find Cigan id To-,
bacco to Suit Their Taste it 5
EAST SIDE OF PLAZA SANTA FE, N,
W. T. GUYER, Proprietor.
' For Drunkenness, Opium,
lJQ5JJJ Wolher Drug Using,
v me toimGeo neon
. White Fish
ABE GOLD, Proprietor-
wtciiMie Mf Kitm Diilir-n
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