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51 15 1:: 'i SAN nn LI NEW I vlEXICAJN VOL. 25. SANTA Fi:, N. M., WEDNESDAY, JANUAHY 2, 1888. 1SFO- 4- Telegraphic Tidings New Goods Just Received! ORANGES, LEMONS, CRANBERRIES, Piatt's Canned Goods & Vegetables, j Batavia Canned Goods & Vegetables. j AVAS1IIN GTOX iVI ATT KKS. 1 1 m bin. Largest and most complete stock in the city Coffees, Teas, ami Siucos, Preserves, Jellies, .Tarns, Pickles, Olives, Sauces, Olive Oil, Catsups, Horse Kiullsh, Fruits, Vegetables unci Confet-lioucry, ltest Creamery liutter in the market, Corn, Oats, Hay uml Potatoes Read these Prices and Remember them. Towavoes, 3 Iks, per can $15 Corn, 2 11,6, " 15 Peas, 2 lis, " 15 Apples 3 Its, " 15 Cranberries, per qt 15 Boss Patent i'lour, 50 1 sack 2 00 Magnolia 1'atent Flour, 50 tt sack. . .2 00 Cream of Kansas, 50 ft sack 1 85 Boston Crow n Bread Flour, per pkg. . 10 Farina, per pkg 20 1 Or Flour, 50 lb sack ... .1 00 Gold Belt, 50 lb " 1 75 Kesl Ball, 50 lb " 1 75 Self-raising I'lour, per pkg 25 Cerealine, " 25 Oat Meal, 3 pkya for 50 Pearl Parley, per pkg 20 Uatavia Keil Kaspbcrries, per can .... 35 " Strawberries " .... 35 White Cherries " ... 35 ((rated Pineapple '' . . 35 ' Blackberries " .... 30 (Sliced Pineapple " 30 Pitted Cherries " . . 30 I'mlt's Sliced Peaches " .. 50 ' Strawberries '' .... 40 White Cherries " . 40 ' Grated Pineapple " . 40 Raspberries 35 Sliced Pineapple " . . 35 wcet Potatoes, 3 fl.s. per can 25 Roast Beef 2 lbs " 25 Potted Tonfrue, per t an 10 Bologna Sausage " 25 I'igs'Feet " 25 Chili con Came ' 30 Russian Caviar " 25 Boast Chicken " 30 Roast Turkey " 30 Corn Beef, 2 lbs, per rail $' Highland Milk " Eagle " ' Crown " 3 cans for Sweet Chocolate, per ft IJolled Oats, 3 pkgs for Wheat Flakes, 3 pkgs for Batavia F. S. Peas, per can " Succotash " . . " Lima Beans " " Tomatoes " Corn " " P.. Beans Piatt's Small June Peas " " Karly " " " '' Marrow Peas " .... " Itoyal Peas " " Lima Beans " ... " Sugar Corn " " Maine Corn " Asparagus, 2 lbs " American Sardines " ... French " ... Mustard " Salmon, 1 lb Boned Turkey " 2 H Lunch Tongue " 1 lb OxTonpuo ' " Chip Beef " Corn Beef Hash " Shrimps Deviled Crabs Littlo Neck Clams Cove Oysters 25 Lobster, 2 lbs 30 Clam Chowder 30 Codlish Balls 25 Truflled Pheasant, Partridge, Wood cock, Grouse, Snipe, Dock, Chicken .35 COLD & SILVER PINE FILIGREE JEWELRY Washington, Jan. 2. A session of al most unexampled activity is upon the re publican members of the senate iinance sub-committee in charge of the substitute lor the Mills bill. Messrs. Monill, Alli son, Aldrieh, Sherman an.d Hiseock are in almost continuous session in the effort to make it as near satisfactory to all the interests involved as maybe. This can be done only by amending in some par ticulars, and the purpose of the sub-committee is to decide what amendments shall bo proposed. It is necessai-y that the desired amendments be agreed upon for the entire measure in advance, so that if there shall be a detailed consideration of the sections of the bill prior to the date fixed for the iiual vote upon its passage, the 21st of January, if possible, the com mittee may have its changes ready to be proposed in the bill and disposed of the same way. WIliL ItKl'OKT TO-MOI'.IWV. The sundry civil appropriation bill and fortification appropriation bill have both been completed by the sub-committees of the house committee on appropriations. Chairman Randall lias called a meeting of the appropriations committee for to-day, at which time both complete bills will be laid before .it. Their consideration will be immediately entered upon, and if pos sible, finished at once. Randall wishes to report them to tlio house to-morrow. CAPITAL CHAT. Postmaster General Dickinson has is sued an order classifying employees in the railway mail service under the civil sor vice rules and regulations. At the president's New Year reception Mrs. Cleveland was assisted by Miss Bayard, Mrs. Fairchild and Mrs. Dickin son. It is estimated at the treasury that there lias boon a decrease of $15,000,000 in the public debt during December. Congress will reassemble to-morrow. It is generally thought that President llambjn will call an extra session of congress in March. MILLIONS FKOM MINES. Lendvllle Registers Nearly 1 J, OOO, OOO ni Her Output for the Year '8S. QiAMQNOS. WATCHES. CLOCKS, SILVERWARE. Nt tift1e representation mHtlc of roihM Stave mid Factory. XortheuM corner of the Vlwzsi Dim! Settini and Watch Reparina; Promptly and Efficiently Done j I.EAnvii.LK, Jan. 2. The Herald-Democrat's table of outputs of the Leadville mines and smelters appeared yesterday, and gives a grand total of $11,830, 205.4S, which is only half a million less than the previous year. Calculated upon tlio basis of lead and silver quotations of 1872, the rrarltn'tinii rif fli I fntilvilln minr4 tliiu year would be greater than any other, save one, in us History. Ministers Object. Indianapolis, Jan. 1. At a meeting of local Methodist ministers last night, the interesting fact becamo public that the crusade against the inaugural ball at Washington was started by certain clergy men at Columbus, Ohio, who formulated their views in opposition to the ball and forwarded them to the Methodist clergy in this city for action. Rev. Kcenc pre sented a petition of the Columbus clergy men which in substance asks Gen. Har rison to i enounce publicly his approval of the inaugural ball and docl tit he w ill not attend it. In commenting upon this cleri cal suggestion, Dr, Keeno said: Some action of the clergy of Indianapolis was now looked for and their opinion regard ing the action of the Columbus clergy ought to le definitely and unmistably ex pressed. He was earnestly opposed to dancing and was in favor of indorsing the action of the Columbus clergy. A discus sion of the subject followed in which sev eral ministers gave their approval of Dr. Koono's views, and a motion was iinally carried unanimously that a committee of threo be appointed to investigate and con sider the advisability of tendering counsel to the president-elect, regarding ttye mat ter of the inaugural ball, and report their i determination at tnc next regular meeting, j Private Secretary Halforddid not attend 'the meeting. He'is strongly opposed to any interference on the part of the clergy wiili social customs that have almost be- come laws ami there is but little doubt I that he reflects the viewsof both Gen. and I Mrs. 1 Iarrison. FX PASO'S mi. i858. Z. STAAB & BRO., 1888. .rarouTEiis and joins:!: ot A. STAAB, Gen'l Merchandise San Francisco Street, C A TVTTi A XT' TUT TIT TMTfV 1 rrf" AM) " " 11U w 111 M A Mm W- a:me:en"zie, 1 i -t ; I DEALER IN HARDWARE Hnr Spi.rU Oiler 8110,000 for the Kilrain- Sullivan. ill. Paso, Texas, Jan. 2. Messrs. Bradley, McLean and Minters, leaders of the sporting fraternity of El Paso, to-day posted a letter to the backers of Kilrain and Sullivan, ofi'ering ijsl0,000, for the match to come off at Kl Paso. They guarantee them protection. "A Coincident" in High Life. London, Jan. 2. A dispatch from Madrid says Lady Conneinare, wife of the governor of the Madrid presidency, lias left the government house refusing to re main under the same roof with her hus band. She took her leave suddenly dur ing the official ball and went to a hotel. She is coming to England. Capt. Quinn, aide de camp to Gov. and Lady Eva Quinn, left the house at the same time, the captain resigning his office. Madrid society; which is much excited over the scandals, is in sympathy with Lady Connemare. Indignation In Mexico. City op Mkxico, Jan. 2. l'resident Diaz, Secretary of the Interior Romero Kubio and Secretary ot finance Dublan expressed great indignation when in formed of the circulation in the United States of a rumor that an uprising had taken place in this city. He says that peace was never on firmer basis than at present. President Diaz has expressed a resolution to punisli the author of tho i ie i- i .. ,i .i Iioax 11 lie uu iiiscoveruu. I on taking first dose that she slept all night, and with one bottle has been miraculous ly cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thus writo W. C. Hamriclc & Co., of Shelby, X. C. (Jet a free trial bottle at C M. -Creamer's drug store. Syrup of Fig Is nature's own truo laxative. It is the most easily taken, and the most effective remedy known to cleanse the system when bilious or costive; to dispel "head aches, colds and fevers ; to cure habitual constipation, indigestion, piles, etc. Manu- facturcd only by the California Fig Syrup ; company, San Francisco, Cal. I Beginning the 1st of January the Water company will collet itu water rents monthly in advance instead of quarterly. Tho Water and Improvement company. Chase's photo rooms is the place to get albums. Aio Wo tu Ilnve Another V'ar"? Some pulitieul jirophuls nvor that we shall, lie thai us It mny, the battle wuRed by medical science uuniiipt dienw will never ceaae until we arrive sit thut Utopian epoch when tho hu man family ehnllcea.se tn be afflicted with bodily ailment x. One of the most potent weapons which the armory of medicine furnishes Is Ho tettcr's Stomach Hitters, which is of speciul utility us a family remedy, as it is adapted to the immediate relief and ultimate cure of those disorders uf the stomach, liver and bowels which are of commonest occurrence. I ndigestlon, bil iousness and constipation are inseperable com panions, and these ailments are completely eradicated by the Hitters. Hut the remedial scope of this superlatively w holesome and genial medicine takes in also nervous ailments, rheu matism and kidney troubles; its action iu these, as iu other complaints, being characterized by uuequaled thoroughness. liOUND ABOUT TOWN. SMOKED GLASS! KS. Yesterday's Kcllpso In Santa i What tlio(iazors Saw. ml Plumbing, Gas & Steam Fitting. 3VCI Han not yet reached hero, therefore I can ufl'er the following '" . U5 norei nuar the l: a in on a Indian School and University. 20 acret adjoining Kunobcl'g building u the Halffhtfi. 17 nc res adjoin in ir University ground r. 8 acres 3 blocks south of Capitol building on Gaspar Orttx avenue. j 4 acres opposite. Flahcrty'f; "i ialJmeo rnad. ii acres adjoin Inf; the Cuplti) ramidH bargain. 1 urre went of deHt; choice and rhcap onsr B.sir terms The above aud other. Property SHOWN FREE by JOHN D. ALLAN, Real Estate Dealer, SANTA FE, N. M Couldn't Meet. St. Louis, Jan. 1. Tho police wore present at the Kilrain-Mitehell meeting last night aud would not allow those two worthies to either box or wrestle. Mit chell swears roundly at American institu tions and declares he will be back in En gland inside of threo weeks. A Bank Closes. Manhattan, Kas., Jan. 2. W. II. Hiy genbothara's Blue Valley bank closed yesterday. Total liabilities $104,000; as sets $200,000. The bank was organized in 185'J. Stole Fifteen Thousand. Chicago, Jan. 2. Henry Ilamer & Co., wholesale grocers, are minus $15,000 anil their city collector, a relative of members of tho firm, is missing. A Woman's Discovery. "Another wonderful discovery has been made and that too by n lady in this coun ty. Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for se'en years' sho withstood its severest tests, but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent. For three months she coughed incessant ly and could not sleop. Sho bought of us bottle of Dr. King's New, Discovery for Consumption and was so much relieved Santa Ve Lodge No. 2, K. of P., meets to-niglit, 7 :30 sharp, for the .installation of officers. The local merchant should follow the example of the Nkw MsxicAxand enlarge his advertisement! E. A. Linn lias gone in with Paul Wunschmann, and is becoming a full fledged insurance man. A few of tho sterner sex found time to observe tho New Year by making formal calls yesterday. TUcro were about thirty callers out. At the regular meeting of Carleton post to-night, the installation of officers will take place. All comrades of the post and all other comrades in the city ere invited to attend. Mrs. Mary 'Wcufurth desires through these columns to publicly thank the many persons who rendered her such kindly attention during tho illness aud at the death of her little daughter. A littlo frosty this morning but the gladsome sun keeps-on shedding its warm bright rays for all Santa l'eans. . This is the kind of weather that may properly be termed the "health seeker's delight." The New Mexican calls attention to the enlarged advertisement of AV. A. Mc Kenzie, the wholesale and retail hard ware dealer, in this issue. Mr. McKeuzio's business is daily increasing, and his stock is ono of tho most varied, best selected :ind largest in the territory. Don Sol. Luna to-duy received u tele gram from western Valencia county stat ing that two of his herders had been killed by rustlers w ho had succeeded in running off 4,000 head of sheep. The rustlers havo been operating oh the Arizona line for some months. C. AY". Davis, of Trinidad, a square and ciever man, well known throughout New' Mexico, has located in tho Exchange and opened a new club room next door to Forsha's Exchange saloon. He intends that this shall be a first class, quiet resort for gentlemen, and by this sign makes, a a bid for a fair sharo of patronage. Sunt. E. S. Kaunheim, oftheSanTcdro works, spent New Year's in Santa Fe ac companied by his bright young son Mor ris, who is just out from New York. Mr. Kaunheim says tho San Pedro employees had a grand Christmas this season. He said he tried to make it pleasant for tlio children by distributing forty dolls and as many toy pistols. The card of the law firm of Thornton & Cockerell appears to-day. Judge YV. T. Thornton will attend to all kinds of legal business in Santa Fe, and Hon. J. J. Cockerell will hold up tho Lincoln county branch. Judge Thornton is one of the best mining lawyers in the southwest, and Mr. Cockerell has an excellent repu tation as an attorney. A brilliant futuro awaits the now firm. The country ruund about is full of homo seekers just now. Tho Ni;w Mkxicas is bending its best energies to attract them toward tho fertile valleys of Santa Fe county, and it therefore behooves tho peoplo of this city to help forward the good work by generously patronizing tho advertising columns of this paper. More patronage will enable the Nkw Mexican to make a better paper with which to ad vertiso tho capital city and vicinity. The ico harvesters are getting their plants in order and will soon bo scattering big round dollars among the laboring men and teamsters. Tho ice industry of Santa Fe was worth $30,000 to the city last season. This year the figures will be nearly doubled, as arrangements have been mado whereby Santa l'eans will handle much of tho ice that goes to Albu querque, Socorro, Las Cniccn and El Paso. E. A. Dow, the Manzano valley mer chant who lives "just east of Albuquer que," has been in town on an extensive buying trip for several days. He brought up 500 pounds of antelopo meat and di posed of it at 10 cents per pound. Not in years have antelope been so numerous as this season, ho says. Two wagon loads of merchandise from Reascr's, and a big bill of drugs from Creamer's, were among Mr. Dow 's purchases. Ho says he can do bet ter trading with tho merchants of Santa Fe than at any competing point in the ter ritory. Mr. Dow has beon a buyer In New Mexico for twenty years, and his tes timony on this subject is worth Rome thing. . 1 Entitled to the Best. All are entitled to the best that their money will buy, so every family should have, at once, a bottle of the best family remedy, Syrup of Figs, to cleanso the sys tem when costive or bilious. For sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Old papers for sale in quantities to suit at thin office. The clear and perfect atmosphere of this altitude gave the sky gazers in Santa Fe an excellent opportunity for observing the s-ju's eclipse yesterday. The path of totality struck the west coast of California some miles north of San Froneiwn, and traveled in a northcastlerly direction across north central California, northern Nevada, southeastern Idaho, northwest ern Wyoming, the National park, south eastern Montana, northwestern Dakota and Manitoba. The path was about ninety-six miles wide in California and gradually became narrower to tho east ward. On either side of this narrow strip were w ider ones where tho eclipse was partial. In Santa Fe about ono tenth of the sun's surface remained unobscured. Santa Fe's amateur scientists got, out their smoked glasses about 2 o'clock, at which hour the moon began to gradually eat away apparently the sun's right hand side, or to be more exact, at o point about 116 degrees to the right of tiie sun's vortex. The greatest obscuration was at a little after 3 o'clock w Ijpn the sun appeared as a crescent, lying on its back, the points pointing upward. The moon passed of about 3 o'clock, when the eclipse ended. If the day was as clear and beautiful on the northern Pacliie coast as hero in Santa tho astronomers of the world must b.ive succeeded in gathering data that will prove an epoch in tho scientific history of the universe. THE PHILHARMONICS. YVhooping cough, iroup, sore throat, sudden colds, and the I tin ci troubles pecu liar to children, are eat-ily controlled by J promptly admiiii.-.terin;; Aycr's Cherry Pectoral. Thi remedy i- safe to take, certain in its action, and adapfd to all . constitutions. GEO. W. HICKOX Si Manufacturing :: J Floods ami Loss of I.itV, Komi:, Jan. 2. The Nation has received news of terrible Hoods, accompanied by (rrcp.t loss of life, in Manchoosia. India. Th(i Unrest ol" Combinations. True delicaey of flavor ilii truo efficacy of action has been attained in the famous California liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its pleasant taite and beneficial ellects have rendered it immensely popu lar. It cleansPs the system, cures cos- tiveness, etc. Immigration. i GOl.U AMt .KILVEl: 1 II.K.KKF. JEWKUtV M1)B Kl I MfcV. DIAMONDS, WATCHKS AXD SILVKItWAl WHICH IKI"V COMPETITION. LAKGE8T ST1 1 TEltKITOIlY. NATIVE TCK'JCOISK, NAVjl NFT, MEXICAN OfAL,K IN CHEAT VA During tiie year lauded at Castle of l.l'TT over the Excellent Home Talent Program Tor To morrow Evening. Judging from the marks on the box sheet at Yreltmer's the Philharmonic or chestra will bo listened to by a brilliant audioiif at the court house to-morrow night." This orchestra is composed wholly, of hoow talent, and is the largest organi zation of the kind in the southwest. It ought to be well patronized. Appended is the program to be presented to-morrow night: 1MKT I. Overture, "Mill ou the C'ifT' Kclsslger Mignonette, "(irazloso" Eilenberg SotiR, 'Sincerity," (Solo lor cornet) Bowman Vocal Holo, "I'crjiloxitv" Abt uy jirs. flax rrost, accomnaulei) by Mrs. E. Selection, "Travlata".. . Verdi rotpourri, "uegKur student" Millockcr TART II. Overture, "Prometetis" , Ueetlioven March from tbe svmnhonv "Leoimrn" Kurt" .Duet, "No. 5. Iolauthe" Sullivan By Mown. Hu(?iies and Tipton, accompanied hv Mm V 1. UurOo Waltzes, "Visions of i'aradise" Dennett Celio Sol , "Serenade" (iouuod M'idley, "A Sight iu New York" Brooks ARMY AFFAIRS, Hcvc&of the officers at milit.trv hmul. quartern were in full dress making New x ear calls to a body yesterday. , Major Maynadier has been ordered to Santa Fe with a chest full of silver for the boys in' blue. He will be here about Saturday. . Cupt-Weila YY'illard. chief commisHiirv of subsistence, is acting as district and dis bursing quartermaster durme tho absence of Capt. J. V. Pullman. Gen. Grierson'R recent order m-nnfa furloughs to the following named : Private George Ehalt, company G, 9th infantry ; Serg. James Spear, troop E, 10th infan try ; Corporal Joseph Dixon, troonl. 10th cavalry, to take effect after his ro-pulist- ment. Army circles, together with Gen. Scho- field's civilian friends in Santa Fe, regret to learn of the death of Mrs. Schofield. She (bed at Yrshincton on Saturday last. the result of a lingering heart and nervous complication. Her son, Richmond, was recently a visitor in Santa Fe, the guest of Mr. George C. Preston. To Gen. Scho field and his family the Nkw Mkxicax tenders its profundest sympathy. LIKE LORE. The rumor is again revived that the Santa Fe will soon put on a flying through trai.n from Chicago to the Pacific. The run from Kansas City to Chicago was made by a special train, consisting of an engine and two coaches. It mado all tho stops that would 1)6 made if a fast train were put on and mado the run in twelve hours. The fastest train under tho old fast train schedule was fifteen hours. "Tho Albuquerque Democrat says a contract for the first ten miles of tho Rio Grande & Utah line from Durango has been let and work commenced. It may be true that a contract has been let, but no work has been commenced up to date." Durango Hernld. "On to Cerrillos" is almost certain to be the policy of the T., S. F. A N. before April. The matter comes up at Boston to-da) , where President Hubbell, of tho Santa Fe Company, will have a good deal to say atiotit railway needs in Santa Fe county's mining district. Supt. Sands, of: tho A., T. & S. F., an nounces in a letter to C. L. Gould, of Cerrillos, received this week, that he would visit Cerrillos in a few days a: .' make himself thoroughly acquainted with the shippers' wants. Track laying on tbe Canon del Agua branch of the Fort YVorth road is proceed ing with gratifying rapidity. Coal ship ments from tho Victor mine will begin within ten or fifteen days. Tho Rock Island, it is stated, will begin work on the extension from Liberal, Kns.; to Ei Paso, Texas, next month. Supt. Sands and Div. Supt. Dyer spent Saturday at Wallace. Extensive'improve incuts are to be made there. Nkw York, Jan. 2. 3IS,.r)i."i immigrants Garden, an ircrease previous year. Never Give l't. If you suffer from asthma, bronchitis, or any other diseaseof tho throat or lungs, nothing can surprise you more than the rapid improvement that will follow the use of Santa Abie. If you are troubled with catarrh, and have tried other medi cines, you will be unable to express your amazement at tho marvelous and instan taneous curative powers of California Cat-R-curc. These remedies are not secret compounds, but natural productions of California. .Sold at $1.00 a package ; throe for $2.50, cud guaranteed by ('. M. Creamer. One Ifalri Knobher Taken. Oz.uik, Mo., Jan. 2. John Matthews, one of the Paid Knobbers, was captured last night. The Two Very Lucky Men of Vancouver. In last September M. C. llarell, a laborer, bought one-twentieth of ticket No. 4ii,750 in the Louisiana State lottery, and that number drew the big $:i00,0K) prize on October 0. J. C. Proebstelowns half of this ticket, which entitles them to $15,0tK), which was deposited for collection with Wells, Fargo A Co's express, at Portland, Ore., and it was promptly paid by the Louisiana State Lottery at New Orleans, and the money is now in Port land ready to be paid over upon proper receipt for it. Vancouver (W.T.) Inde pendent, November 7. .lob Printing. Mcremmts and others are hereby re minded that the y.r.w MrxicAS is pre pared to do their printing on short notice and at reasonable rates. Much of the job printing now going out of town could eomo to tho Nr.w Mkxican office. There is no bettor excuse for sending out of town for printing than there is for sending awav for groceries or clothing. Our mer chants should consider these tilings. The Nr.w Mkxican is acknowledged (he lead-j ing paper of this section. Tho patronage ! of our people will enable us to keep if so. ; Old papers for wrapping for purposes snln at tins office. Keep Your Itlnotl Pure. Impure blood, however generated, is al ways present iu the body when pain is ; felt; it spreads and ferment" wherever n' weak spot exists. j Take Brandeth's Pills to make the blood ; pure and expel all that is hurtful to the ! system. They aro the one great aud un-: "failing remedy. They cleanse the bowels j and restore equal circulation throughout I the body. They preserve- t iie vigor of ( youth and often savo lifo. j Fine Watch Repairing a Spiegelberg Blk, on the Plaza. Labor-Capital Ugly words sometime.',, full of discords that is, tl net tuned to a proper key; but a regular "sympL to prove That lalwr invariably produces capital; That capital can find a capital field of lajfj Thut "'Good digestion waits on appetite"; The Mesilla V lie must be blind indeed who can not sen that it is &i lion. Seekers after health, profit and pleasure, after from the lakes to the Pacific coiu-t are finding their Mexico; and to these new comer", us well nn to everv 10 HI! UN ll I Tl II, I extends a cordial greeting, and invites a careful a of its FINE COLONY LANnS Some 2,000 acres of which are subdivided and platted ty acre blocks from which incomes can be produced e not greater, than the average farms of tbhtv and 160 ern and northwestern states;,and bnlf miles of the railroad depots nt ail within a mdiii'J LAS CRUCES Hi IS Some of these blocks are cultivated, or have bearing o yards ; others not. Some have tasteful and modern cot in others Nature 1ms undisputed dominion. It's me choice and money although tho latter does not cu uitfiir, ana iow miwrf plan oueu ana a little spice -ltrt ll bl I.cil: nil a 41. a i. T i 1 . - 1 nv, riiiw nun en r;ii im cuv tuiui, 1 UITUUlv UecUB -.L. 1 ..1 i i .... t. -.wa .- ami . i ll 1 .1 1 . V'ltllllJifllJtt fin HT 'II Trill lit C !?s:es mimn uurpncr to tnva. Rheumatism It it an tttabliehed fact that Hood's Bar 5ar:irill has proven an Invaluable- remedy in many scvero cases of rheumatism, effect ing remarkable euros by its powerful action in corroding tho acidity ot tho blood, which is tho eauso ot tho disease, and purifying and enriching tho vital Guid. It U certainly fair to attume that what Hood's Sarsaparilla bag done lor others It will do for you. Therefore, 11 you utcr tho pains and aches of rheumatism, givo this potent remedy a fair trial A Positive Cure. " I was troubled very much with rheuma tism In my hips, ankles, and wrists. I could hardly walk, and was confined to my bed a good deal of tho time. Being rec ommended to try Hood's Sarsaparllla, I took tour bottles and am perfectly well. I cheerfully recommend Hood's Sarsaparllla as ono of tho best blood purifiers in tho world." YV, F. Woon, Bloomington, I1L For Twenty Years 1 h.vri; been afflicted with rheumatism. Before l ssj I found no relief , but grew worse. I then began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla, and it did mo more good than all the other medicine I ever had." H. T. BALCOM, Shirley, Mass. " I suffered from what the doctors called muscular rheumatism. ' I took Hood's Sar saparllla and am entirely cured." J. V. A. Pboudfoot, letter carrier, Chicago, 111. Wo shall be e.li& to send, free of charge to all who may desire, a book containing many additional statements of cures by Hood's Sarsaparllla Sold by all druggists. $1 ; six for 5. Made only by C. I. HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass. IOO Doses One Dollar. T F T TVTivrricjTnAT fa v mm u. av. xjjl t xiiukJj. Till! l&L. General Agent, Ovr 2d Xailnnnt Hani. SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO. 33.4 PER CENT DISCOUNT On all HOLIDAY GOODS For New Year's Presents. Locij Opj.oilte LAS CRUC SELIGMAN B Men's Bcj CLOTHlJ THE FIRST NATIONAL Santa Fe, New Mexj mm. i m i a. mm. mtm mm tm wm. w. UKihhiN, - -ft Mf" A beautiful lot of albums at Chase's photo rooms to be sold at cost. They are the latest styles and sure to please. WHERETO EAT. km Plaza Restaurant Thursday, Jan. 3, 3 p. m. SOfP. ' Cream Tomato. BOAST. Knna City I.oln o Beef, Champignon Snuce. Turkey, Chest nut HrpsMng, Cranberry Smice. BOILKI). l'loklufl l'ork nud Cabliiijo. ENTIlliS. . . Moci iironl 1 Itallenc. Chirkoti Fricrufa.'n. PALAD. . Salade do 1'ommed de Terrc, T.OKTAW.S8. Bummer Cabbaffo. New Potatoeit. Grn fein. Spring Beets. DKSSEHT. Orange. Confectioners-. Nut. PASTRY. Minco Vie. French A. 1). Cofflw. Cheese. Green Tea. Above Dinner SO cents; with Wlno 75 cents. WILL C. BURTON, Caterer. HEALTH. lei rtlchau Golden Balsam N. i Cnrcj Chancres, Art', ami aeconii t.vris Rfiroon tho LeKS and Body; Sore Kara, i Kyei, Nose, etc., Coppcr.colortd Biotchc, Syphilitic Catarrh, diswued Scalp, and 'l ' primary forma of the diwuo known a 1 Syphilis. Price, $5 00 per Bottle. l.e Rlchau' Golden Balaam No. 9 ! Cures Tnrtlarv, MercurlalSyphilitlc Rheu matlsm. Pains In the Koqen, Pains In tt Head, back of the Keck, Ulcerated Sari Throat, Syphllitia Bonn, Lumps and cor. tractcd Cords, Stiffness of tho Limbs, and j (radicates all disca.o from the svatem, whether caiwod by Inil'wcrotlonCier' abuw of Mercury, leaving the blood purn aW healthy.- Price 85 OO per notl'o. be Blchan'e Golden Spanish And. dote for tho cure of Gonorrhoea, Gleet Irritation Gravel, and all Urinary or Oenl. tal disarrangements. Price $4 SO tier Bottle. f Rlohaa'e Golden Hpanlah In. 1 Jeetlon, for severe coses of OooorrhnA, InfUmmttory Gleet, Strlctim,c. Prire 1 SO per Bottle. Le Rlehan't Golden Ointment i for tho effective healingnf Svphtlltic Sorci) and eruptions. Prire 81 00 per Box. i li Hlchaa'a Golden Pills Nrro) and Brain treatment; loos of physical pon or, execs or over-work, Trostratlon, cfe. Plica 93 OO per Box. j Tenle and Nervine, j lent everywhere, C. O. 1)., securely pocked pvr Mjiieis. C. F. RICnARDfTZ CO. , Airenta, 427 It 429 Hansome street, Comer clay, r Han rrancixi, Cal. einci LAIl MAILED nuaE. PEDRO PEREA, Vice R. J. PALEN, The Second Nation OF NEW MEXICO ijfVFITL 3PA.ITJ UP - I'oea ii jrenernl bunking uualneM ami solicits patrols L. SPIEGELBERG, Pres. W. G. n. i. r.AisTscii. BARTSCH WUy Wines, Liquors an; Tobaccos & Smokers'l? Sole Apts for Sifter Stream and Belle of l$f ,1:V Branch, 1513 Make Street, DENY UK COLO.