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""K:wt.ir litanitiu advurtiaHa. J"" uiadv tuovt :
ll I'timmtiuji-nriims iuteuilcd for vuuilPattmi
iim! ! aeeimi'iaiileil In ihe writer's name mm
a,i liess unt for puMleatiou hut ik mi eviilenei
01 itimiiI fith, ami nhmilil lie aiMressed to tin
alitor. l.iMt.'rs IHTtlJlllMl! to lilisineM sluml.i
U wMrcMeil to Nkw Mtuns rnntliiif 'o.
Simla Fe. New Mi'xu'ii
"j-iOni. rrii sw'uuil Class mutter at the
iMUlll Kc hisMMJiee.
'"V'iTiVNkW MKXll AN is till' ill'li'st '.'
rei,er ill New Mexien. It Is xi'lit to cverv l'os
iMiee lu tin1 Territory anil lias h Iflriie alio ffrou
In ; I'lrrulHtlrn I'lione tlii' IntelliKeut ami tiro
Ifressi'V people of the southwest.
CITY SUBSCRIBERS.
' Mr. II. 0. 1 add bas sole ehurce of the city
ciri'iilailon of the Sbw Mkxii'am. anil all Btib
sci iftions must lie I'ahl to him or at this ntliee.
City mi hiTl bent will ivnfer a favor by report
lug to this otliee all oasen of non-delivery of
limtirs.
WEDNESDAY, Al'Cl'ST II.
Comic to Sunttl he ami enjoy tlit line
cool weather, one ami till "f V"1- 1 ' ' ' " 1 j
oi room. No extra i-luuo Kirtlie weather, j
No 81'SStuokkh or itn-n n.-icil mortality
front hot weatlieriiiSantiiFe. Come anil
enj-iy Suntn he's magnificent and healthy
Bummer i liinate.
Tiik Ni.w M...xux claims tlipereilit of
Beoiiriii)! the teniiivtil i't Surveyor lien.
Juluiti. iiml that l ai'er now uan.les the
M'alpoi the t'leveiiiml relio with savage
glee. Alhnqtieriiie Citizen.
Well, irieml, tln re i-i no lino LMmn
oqp's liht nmlrr n tmsliel basket.
Wiiknkvkk you ant to help any part
of this tenitory in real, live, downright,
ex.elleni iiwnioii, et the Ni.w Mexi
can to Jo it. Write-ups ami artirlen in
the Sew Mkxican alwnjg tell ami lire
proiluctive of tireat pooil.
Dakota must he a wonderful country.
Two or three weeka a:o its when crop
was a complete failure ; biueo then hy
nouie stroke of magnetism or provideuee
everything has changed aud the Dakota
wheat crop is the finest ever knovMi. It
in hard to get away with Dakota.
The liar association of New Mexico
would honor itself and benefit the people
if it would take steps toward the disbar
merit of u few of the men who call them
delves attorneys aud attempt to ptactice,
but who in reaiity do not know enough
law to practice aud are of not auflicienlh
good character to be attorneys.
Tdkke seems to be no tood reason why
a new chief justice, a new U. S. attorney
and a new U. 8. marshal should not be
Bpeo.hly appointed. The people of this
territory, who uie surely somewhat inter
eate 1 hi tli?.' matter, desire theso change
made. In the cause of w"d i;overiiiiieiit
also thebu changes ought to be made.
The administration U uiovini; right nlow h
iu tUeiw cases.
The lead mines at Sueva Leon, Mexico
are reportel shut down on account of the
new temporary treasury regulation regu
lating I lie importation of argentiferous
galena ores. This regulation is not very
strong, but it it keeps Mexican ores,
mined by peon labor from emeriti); this
country under false pretenses it will
lielp and stimulate the lead mining in
du.-try in New Mexico, Colorado, Mou
tana and eastern Sevada.
Thk Nkw Mkxicas is iniormed that the
Mugw umps aud Democrats made i-tri n
uousell'urts to jireveut a full vote for doR
gates to the constitutional convention in
Sierra countv. Through some treachery
several oi the precincts tailed to receive
tickets. Even the town of Chloride, gen
erally reliably liepublican, was not sup
p! e I with tickets. Nevertheless, and iu
8 he of the apathy which usually prevai h
when there is no opposition ticket, Sierra
cotln y polled a very tfoo.l vote considering
h r pupu atiou. The Republicans of Sierra
are ail nh'.
Let us not lose t-i -'lit of tho fact that
th seuaVe coinmiltee on irrigation wii
Vi.-it New Mexico and An.ona nex
month, riomcthitu must he tloiie to ar
range for a coiiM-tent pre.seiitatioii of our
needs ana wants. Las egas etock
Grower.
The people of this territory bhould be
ready to yive the senate committee on
arid lauds a fitting reception; tna com
mittee should have every facility for visit
ing the parts of the territory where irri
gation has done wonders, and all possible
fa ts and papers bearing upon the ques
tion of invttion, storage reservoirs and
dit hes should be furnished tiie commit
tee. This is one of the ino9t iniortant
subjicta for New Mexico's future, and too
much attention can not lie given it.
Here is a little nut to crack for bis
honor the chief Justice, and presiding
jti 1,;9 of the 14 judicial district. For tiie
November term, 18.17, for tho district
court for Sau Miguel county, the fees al
lowed and paid the clerk of Jtnliie
Long's court by the territory amounted to
the snug8Utn of t2,0.iJ; fortlie May term.
ISfiS. the lees amounted to $l,Us7.Ho.
But mark the difference; for the Mu.v
term, 1MS), tiie fees collected by the
judge's nephew as clerk of said identical
court are only $2oT.ll. Do you mind?
Do you understand? During -188 and
18tS thefeeswenttothecleikof the court.
For the May term of court 1889, the fees
collected go to the territory ; the clerk
receives- a salary and does not care an
iota whether fees are collected or not,
although the law makes it lus plain and
sworn duty to carefully, diligently and
fully collect all fees due the territory and
turn such over to tho territorial treasurer.
Here is a fine state of affairs! Tho nut,
if rather small, is nevertheless a hard one
t i crack. The attention of Atty. On.
Miller is respectfu!!y invited to this little
matter; littlo to be sure, but neverthe
less of vast iWrHjrUnce to the people of
Mew Mesloo.
CiTCHIKO THE RAIKFALL. !
Major i'owi i! estimates that a reservoir
(en fret deep and coverinir twenty acre i'
sulVier.f to irrigate 3l0 nres of Innd.
Thir being true, says the Denver Re
publican, it may readily bo seen that i
eery hir ;e urea oi hold may be reclaims
by collecting the rainfall in reservoirs
In the foot-hills there are many place
where, at little expense, reservoir) coul
be made which would collect the Wat";
falling in the form of rain and snow oi
the adjacent bills. Tho foot-hills bein,
steep and for the most part covered will,
rocks and gravel, the water falling upon
them runs oil' rapidly and does not siiiK
deep into the ground. Nearly all 1 1 s
witter could bo caught iu reservoirs prop
erly placed to receive it.
Since evaporation in this country i
very great, it would be a mistake to es
timate the quantity of water that such a
reservoir would supply for actual use in
irrigation by the annual prt-cipitat'on
npon u given area. I'.ut if we estimate
that four inches of the annual rainfall
would be available for actual use, an area
of oOil acres of foot hid laud would cou
tiiliutu enough water to the reservoir to
irri-nte 3,i,j a.-rcs.
li this bo a correct estimate, the future
i (lie arid region is much brighter than
most people have thought. There art
itindreds of thousands of acres inColora
lo, New Mexico and other parts of the
Rocky mountains so situated that, thev
could be made in this wav to contribute to
irrigation reservoirs. Every gulch could
be blocked up with a reservoir. Some oi
these r. servoi s would be so small that
they Mould irrigate only a few acres; bu1
others would be large enough to irrigate
thousands of a -res. If this scheme Has
carried out, the country lying at the base
of the foot-hills would soon be brought
under cultivation, and a succession of
ureen fields would form an oasis between
the barren plains and the 4mrren mountains.
BAIN WAGON IS THE ORIGINAL WELL KNOWN
Are Made Entirely on the Days Work Plan and
Thk l'hanix Herald explains fully why
the farmers of Arizona are in favor ol
statehood :or that territory. Every word
iu the article applies with equal if not
stronger force to New Mexico. The
article is so tinielv and full of meat that
we quote it iu full. The disadvantages o!
the territorial condition and tho advan
tages that will especially accrue to the
farmers are set forth fully, and as there
are a great many farmers and fruit rais
ers in this tenitory, a great many more
than there are in Arizona, and as all our
great valleys contain hu agricultural pop
ulation, the great bulk of our people ii
iliey know the situation and know what
is good for t em, regardless of political
alliliations, ought to be in fuvor of stati
hood. Says the i'laenix Herald:
The farmers of the territoiv of Arizona
Are iu favor of statehood because the gm
eral government pays no more altention
to their wants than it does to the w ants ol
the tanners of Europe. The general gov
eminent has at least one experimental
station in every stale in the union. Not
a single teintory has one of these stations,
wiiic)) art ot vast importance to the iulei
iieut production of crops of all kinds in
the ineniity here they are in operation
Uiere is no explanation ot this injustice
to the territories more than that toe ter
ritories urn oi no political importance to
(lie general government. X lie matter ot
agriculture is of even more iuipoitance to
toe people at large in the territories
where most ol the unoccupied laud now
lies availing the hand ol the fanner to
turn it into rich producing country, ami
it the government would see lit to eUi
lt!-li and maintain agricultural slations in
these territories ahead oi the settlement
ot the country so far as issible, Ihehoine
seeking people ol the great and crowded
east wouid he vastly benefited , ns well as
tiie territories themselves. Itut the lerri-
tuiiua have no vote iu general elections,
no r-pre.ientatives on the floor of the
House nor senators in the senatecliaiuber ;
no voice iu any manner in the iiil'ai s of
the government, hence receive no atten
tion ; have not even a respecthul healing
on questions of tiie most vita! importance,
much Itfssdo they receive aid in any pro
ject whatever. The money Ironi the gov
ernment goes where the votes are that
count goes w here political influence is
lOlliid.
Tiik tax payers of Santa Fe surely pay
enough taxes to have the plaza decently
fixed. "ew benches are necessary ; the
old ones ought to be fixed and painted ;
the fence around the plaza ought to hi-
repaired and painted; the trees should be
looked after and tiie grounds seeded to
blue grass. This is not a question of
national importance, to be sure, but it i.-
one of the greatest local importance. The
county commissioners should take hold
of tin' matter and have the jihm grounds
placed in good shape. We understand
Mr. Wyllys, one of the commissioners, is
ready and w illing to have this work done,
but that M'. Teodoro Martinez, who is
about as fit for county commissioner a-
he is to be emperor of Germany, objects
The man is about 500 years behind the
age am! naturally objects to every public
improvement and to any and everything
that is progressive and beneficial to the
people. The other county commissioner,
!'r. Sloan, is away. It is to be hoped he
and County Commissioner Wyllys will
act together in this matter and have the
plaza grounds placed into proper and
decent shape.
ItalllllliilVn liluw-out.
IWtimoiik, Aug. 13. Ureat prepara
tions are making for the celebration oi
i he battle of North Point, September Ji
next, u win last three days ami will in
clude military, trade and allegorical pro
cessions. A sham naval batlle, for which
the secretary of the navy has detailed
I'Uht war vessels, will be fought, l.'niteo
states troops have also been detailed h
participate. 1'resldent Harrison and hit
cabinet will be present.
Idenuad.
CmcAoo, Aug. 13. Burke, the Cronln
suspect, has been identified by Mr. and
Mrs. Carlson, owners of the cottage ii
v. Inch Dr. Cronin was murd ;red, as the
man who rented it from the u, giving tin
name of Frank Williams.
Will Kciurna Work.
Gallitown, Pa., Au. 9. Mountain
miners strike has been settled in favor ol
tne miners. Several thousind men have
been out iu this region tor an advance in
wages for over a month.
A Dead OlUeer.
Sav Fhancisco, Aug. U. Capt. Lowell
M, C cunberlain, commanding battery
(3, Is United States artillery, died at the
Presidio yesterday of paralyiij. 1
CSHE; TIMMI.MIIT
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afl WW &M& ! eC For Sale E- D FRANZ, HARDWARE DEALER, Santa Fe, ti. M.
MmMWmW jTrThu ds o n,
' ! JiViM V -TOoii) 'A''VV'f Yyi V-r s- I
'3W. .4cl-( -XtK-lJ'rt!m'7&Sl Vfy HAuufel..rr of
Mffy Mexican Filigree
BBa uiLuia' -2"" p1
Itt i.rrtor exeellene frown in mfllfnnfof
hmnea tor more than a quarter of a century, It
lmiswl hv the United stales (iovcrnmeiit. lc
d .rued by'tlie ilea.is ol the oreat I'nlveraitienas
tiie Mroncesi, I'urest. anil nni rn-aioiiut. i",
eriee'd I'reani llakine Howder docs not contain
Auiiuouia. I.iine. or A-.uiu, Sold only iu l ai.a.
PRICK ItAKINO POWDER CO.
NKW TCUK , . IIICAOO sT. llll'll
Combine! the Juice of the Blue Figs of
California, so laxative and nutritious,
with the medicinal virtues of plants
known to be most beneficial to the
human system, forming the ONLY PER
FECT REMEDY to act gently yet
promptly on the
KIDNEYS, LIYEft AND BOWELS
AND TO
Cleanse the System Effectually,
SO THAT
PURE BLOOD,
REFRESHING SLEEP,
HEALTH and STRENQTH
Naturally follow. Every one is using it
and all are delighted with it. Ask your
druggist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Manu
factured only by the
CALIFORNIA. FIG SYRUP CO.,
Sam FaANCisco, Cal. t
4ecwu.,Kv. Naur Yoti. i. Y.
I I'i.eUel I'ln Cushion Free to siui ker of
or my
'-iucrAjaX
m Aassia
i,no0ualcil an a LSVEIC lILL. !Bi,- i,,..:
.trliw. tK I'tlLLI A !. .
IMALLCST, CHEAPEST, EASIEST TO (,WS
Beware of Itnlhitioir", rontnininir Pci-ohon
Iiuoruls. Alivays asli tor Dr. Pleroe's I'l-iti-
whii.-h ui-o littlo Sutar-couoil Piils, or Aon
Dili'l'iS (if.-iltll"S.
Soins 1'iireiy i'ceinlile, T)r. !'' :
iVHeta oici-.ite ivltiiv iit disiurbance' to '.ii
jystcm, li'i-t, or oeviip'ttion. i'ut u;. i t i,c
'.'iilis, .'in.-lil -fii-allv si'llled. .llVfl'.'i l:' -;'l
.-eiiubie. Til -c uro a iri'iitlo iaxiltit e, c.r i.
-ctivi! iurgaiivj, aeconlini! to Si.e si
m aaiK,
-Hiilioiis Mc.-iJac3ie,
vHzzincsss, oi;tlu-
.Sliiuuii initclii, and
it aici-aiiur-iiHoiM of
it o i ( ; in it a. u n l
.loive.'i, ui-o promptly
.fiiocoa nn.i f.i'ivii.iTK in iy
wed by the n?c of Dr. i'iercc's Plce-taif
'irffiiiivo PeflekS. In explanation ..,
.enieilia! iiorvor ol' tcco PolIeU over cio
. curicty of Oisc'vios, it may truthiullv ,,. . ;i,
;hst tlioir action upon tiie system is -mih -. v
al. not a tfcsiHl or liusuo escaping- tic ii- n.nu
ico iniJiicm.'O. roiil hi' dmiristp, 1'or ..i.
. vial. Manuiaetiired at tin; cbcmhui lic
liitorv cf V.'oui0's Disi'iiNSAar lr.i;i. i.
t.-BOCiAi'iON. No, SB Slain lit., JuffKtj, W. i'
i si nii, i;t
is off-red liythe manutaci m-
i nrs i r mi, snire'a uman
A Sl1114!dV. for 1 .111.-.
s:.-'' JHtarrU i:i tli9 Sic;u
waiuD ttiey cannot ci.ii-.
OF C4TAH lilt.- Vu '
t:wy i.tiiilaulio, obstruction of m !..
hUshiccs, (liaoharues (aUioy from tlic li.-.-.c
i-.o tho tliroat, sometimes prof use, wiidiy
mi rici'i ni others, thick, tenacious, mucot'3
'Ui-i-ier-.-. hloot'. and pittrl'l; tliu. oj r.s an
iik .ii'- water ft there In nnirinif ,ii v.;,
; r-, til .if-.i :r, inj.ckinir o- eooilitnjr to c!.-o:-
.u tiiri-r exnectoi'titlon cS ollensive niftiteiv
-.it-i lei- ivitU scabs from ulcers; too volts.
:li;v!iuoi' iiiid Iia3 a :,na?ni '.Tang" ti;c
i-;.'.i.i!i is iff'insi.'e: smell an.l (unto ;ire iin --
i:"ci , t'lCi-e is A sensation of -tlzzm,, Tr.rr.
nent.'il dcpi-ession, a hanklnir rousrli and j.: r,.
:i- il clvljijity. Only a few of the 'looye-naiiie.!
miitoms cro likely to ba prescnr ,r. ,,i. -p-jts?.
TliousainH of cases imnniillj Aitii-.;.--unnlfestitiff
half of tho above symrio-'i, .v.
olt in consumption, un-J end in the irrave.
io disease is so common, more deceptive ami
lantrerous, nr Iubs understood hy physicians.
Iv Its mild, soothing-, and liealinir properties.
!)r. Sean's Patiirrh Hotnedv cures the -.ronst
inses of Catarrii, "!oll lu the Head,"
toryzn, and Catarrhal Headache.
SuM by driitfifNts every wliere: 60 cents.
"I'ntold Agonf from Catarrh
Prof. W. HAnssrn, the famous mesmerist,
f Wmoi, .V. 1'., writes : " Some ten years airo
; siitVcrcd untold airony from chronio nasal
al.irih. .My faniliy physician g-ave oie up as
iiCMiralile, mid said I must dio. My case whs
mcli a bad on-, that every day, towards sini
ret, me voleo would b'-como so hoarse I could
mreiy apeiilt above awhisper. In the morning
j;y (,'niijfliiiiir nnd clearing of my throat would
ilir.ost siranale me. I)y tho use of Dr. Satre's
Juturrli Keniedy, in throe months, I was a well
nan, and the cure has been permanent."
Coiitaittly Hawking Rod Spitting."
TrtOMAS J. ItPSHiNO, Ksq KM Pine Street.
?(. LnuU, Mo., writes: " I was a great snfferoi
ii'om catarrh for three years. At times I could
iardly breathe, and was constantly hawking
mil foiiuiriy, tin-1 for the last eight moiithf.
wild not breathe through the nostrils. I
'homrlit nothinir could tie done for me. Luck
'ly, I wan advised to try ftr. Sage's Catarrh
item .iiy. and I am now a well man. t lielieve
;t to Id the only sura remedy for catarrh now
manufactured, and one has only to give It a
tali' ti l.ii to experience astounding results and
A permanent cure."
A complete Treatise on Catarrh, giving- val.
nints as to cloth In if, diet, and othei
matters of importance, will bo mailea, post
rwud to any address, on receipt of a two-cent
postage stamp. Address,
Warlu'n DLsiwwary Medical imoclatleu,
Ho. BBS Main Htrt. BtnFAtAl . 1.
Swift's Brecmo enred mo of malignant Blood
'oiwin after I Imd been treated In vain Willi old
i cjlled n med.isof Mercury and Polosh. H. S. i".
t only ciri-d tho Blood i'nivm. hut relieved tin
'irtrc.i:'.tlsm v hlrh ivns cahned l-y (lie polrenoiib
iincra's. OCO. tOViXL, SiU 3d Avenue, K. Y.
ri;rnfnlii developed on my dnrnjlitrr-wclllmr and
i;n calur met. Worrell rSwiPT'sl-ri.c-rir,
::i iho result was wonderful and tho cure prorr.pt.
S. A. l)K.UI.'IOJI,Cleveln:id,1i'c!in.
Swirr's Sraciy 10 t entirely a vegetable remedy,
r.J I j l tie o ily mct'lclno which pcrmiuxntly cures
crofula, Illood llnraors, Cinccr aid Cortnzloua
ilood Poiaon. Rend for boola oa lilaod and Skla
Cieoe, nH 'ree.
laa SinnMKtfU Co., Snwei 1, 4UafiU, Qa.
UNDER IRRIGATING- DITCHES,
and Lands near the Foot
FOR GAIL-IE.
For the irripation of the prairies ami valleys between Ratou and PprinKer
one Ijuntlred nii!'.x if lare irriratiiir onnitls have lieen l.urlt, or
are in eourne of construction, with water for 7.",K iuts ol laiitl.
These latnls with perpetual water nnhtB will he sold cneap aim on me uafy
terms of ton annual nayim-nt, with 7 per cent interest.
In addition to the above there are 1,400,000 ncreH of land for
sale, consisting mainly of atrrieultnral lands.
Tho climate is tmsurpasscd, and alfalfa, xmin and fruit of all kitids
grow to perfection and in abundance.
- Tho A., T. & S. F. railroad and the P., T. & Fort Worth railroad t-roee
this property, and other roads will soon follow.
Those wishinj? to view the lands can secure special rates on the rail
road, and will have a rebate also on the same if they should buy 100 acroe
or more of land.
"Warranty Deeds Given,
For full particulars apply to
The Maxwell Land Grant Co
Jewelry
WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY,
Neu lug Micblu Repairing and all kinds .if Sen luff Machine siupi.u,,.
A line tune of Spectacle h and K tjlitSHea.
I'liutograpliir X lens nf .Santa Ke and vicinity.
South Side of ria.a,
SANTA FE, X. M
"RATON-,
-NTTCW TVTKTX-TCO
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
ATTOKNKYS AT l,AV.
KALl'II K. TIV1TCI1KLI.,
Attorney at l.aiv, SpicKelheig block, bauta Ye.
New MeXieo.
Cll.VS. O. HAMPTON,
Attorney at Law & Solicitor io Chancery
0FriCK OVKIl FRANZ'S II ABDWARR STORK.
Siierialtics: Chancery t ames, courcyauclun
and Ciiiiiiiierulal Adjustineiits.
S,tNlM l-K, NKW
CHAN. K. KAS1.KV,
l.atc iieiiisier Santa Yv Laud i)ISee
Land Attome) ami Agent. MpeciHl attention!,
iiusiness before the U. a. l.auil uiliees at !-anti
i'e aud Las cruees. Olliee iu thij First .Nalioiin
Hank liuildiui;, isauta Ke, N. M.
Cildersleevo 4. Preston,
LAWYERS,
Schumann Bldg, Frisco St.
IAX FltOMT,
Attorn ky at I.AW.gama l-e. New Me.leo.
;k. v. knakihx,
Oftice lu the neua lliiildiiiK. 1'aiaee Aveuue.
i,-olleetlous aud siearehiiiK 'l ilies a sieemlty.
KDWAKU I.. UAIlll.K'tT.
Uwyer, Sauta Yv, New Mexico. Olllcc over
second National Haut
HKMtV I.. H'ALUII,
Attorney at Law. Will practice In the several
l uurtsoi the territory. Pruuipt attvatlou siveii
iu all buiducim inliuMted to lii care.
T. r. CON WAV. U. 0. I'OSKY. W. A. HAWKISH.
CONWAY, rOSEY & HAWKINS,
Attorneys aud Couunelors at Law, Silver City
New Mexico. iToiupt atteutiuu itivcu to all
uusiueBs intruBied in our eaie. 1'ractlce in all
the eouris ol the territory.
K. A. FHKK,
Attorney and Coiuntelur at Law, P. 0. Box
"K," sauta Fe, N. M., praetleea iu Uireme ami
all disulet courts of New Mexico. siM.eial at
teutiou given to iniiiiinf aud apaulsh aud -Mexican
land grain litlgalion.
I. B. CATKOS. .1. II. KNAKIIBL. r. W. CLANCY
CATKKN, KNAKI1KL Al CI. VNCV,
Attorueya at Law aud oolieltora iu Cnaucery,
aauta Fe, Now Mexico. Fraetiee iu all tuc
courts iu the territory. Ouu ol tho uria will he
at all tiiue in siaiita Fe.
W. M. SLOAN.
Lanier, Katary Public and United Stales taissiira
Dealer iu REAL KSTATE aud MIS lis.
Special atceutlou glveu tu exainiuiug, biiylu,',
solllug or capitaliziug miuea or Corporations in
New Mexico, Arizona and Old Mexico. Have
good Urge Ranches aud KaugeB, with and wun
uut stock, for sale.
Santa Ke, New Mexleo, P. 0. Box It1'.
PHYSICIANS.
J. 11. SLOAN, M. 1.,
I'HVSICIAN AMI SrROKOM.
It. II. LONOW1LL, H. I).,
Has moved to the east emi of Faiaee ayeune,
io the Uotnulo llartiuei' house, lorinerly on
uupied by Col. Barnes. Leave orders at Creamer s
drug store. .
DKN l'Al, SUKOKi INS.
D. W. MANLEY,
DENTIST.
Over CM. Creamer' llrug Store.
ofpick hoi ks. - - 9toi, ato4
FRISCO LINE!
St. Louis & Sai Francisco B. B.
rasseneeri for St. Louis and the east
should travel via llalstead aud the Frisco
Line.
This la the only Kotite In connection
n llll the A., T. & S. F. that runs 1 lirougli
Pullman 4'tirs to St. LihiIn h Itliolit ehaii;e
Klegant Iteeliiilng ( IIh I r t r aud Dllilug
Car are ruu mi the Frlseii Line.
Ask for Ticket i la Hulstead aud Frlneo
H.L.MORRILL,
General .Mmmer. t. LouIa. Mo.
D. WISHART,
Ueteral I'assf iil-oi Aitent,
St. I.. ,uU, M.
UNABRIDGED.
STANDARD AND BEST.
3000 moro Words and nearly 2000 more IUufr
trationa than anyotlier AmericaQ Dictiooary.
Among thft PUKilemcntiiry fentures, original with
Vebi.tT'(i l imbridtfcd anl unequalfd ((it
cuiiciiD una tiuBiwurthy iulutmation, aro
A Biographical Dictionary
Cmtmniris nrnrly 10,000 names of Notownrthy
IVrsons, with tlicir ntitioualitv, Rfation, profes
fiion or oucupution, dato of inrth aud (ioatli,
(if deceaaod), etc.,
A Gazetteer cf the World
Of over 2.",iiihi Titles, loeutini? and briefly describ
ing tho Countries, Cities, Towns, and Natural
Features of every part of tho Glohs, and
The Lxplaualory nnd Pronouncing Vocabulary
of tho names of
Noted Fictitious Persons
nd l'laces, such aa aro often referred to In
literaturo and conversation. Iho latter is not
i'ouiid in any other Dictionary.
WEBSTER IS THE STANDARD
Aothority in tho Gov't Printing Oftice, and with
the U. S. Supreme Cou,,. It 1.4 recommended
Ly the State Sup'ls of Schools of 38 Stales, aud
hy leading Colleqo I'res'ts of V. S. nnd Canada.
It is the only liietioniu-v th;.. hasheen selected
in riinkins! Stnto l'm-choscs f,r Bchools, ami
liei-j-iy all tiie Sehool Hooks arj based upon it.
An irvnlti.;!.!? cmpnninn i:i every School and
every l-'iresiiio. fcipei imen pagesand tosti
MoiiL'ils vent prepaid on application.
Putilii.'.ou iy G. & C. LitRRlAM & CO.,
Springnold, Mass., fj. S. A
REAL KSXATK AUKNTS AND 8UK-VKYOKS.
WILLIAM WH1TK,
D. 8. Deputy Snrveyor and U. 8. Deputy Mineral
Surveyor.
Locations made upon public lands. FnralBhei
Information relative to Spanish and Mexican
laud grants. Ollices in Kirschner Block, second
tloor, sauta Fe, N. M.
Surveying & Mapping
IX ALL IIHANCHBS.
E. L. SNOWDEN,
Civil Knglneer and U. S. Deputy '"y"r''
iers his professional services anywhere n Nevv
Mexico. Oll'ice at Dr. 1F.iigle's residence,
Lower San Francisco street. Simla re.
UNDERTAKERS.
J. W. OLINGER,
Practical Embalmer.
in tirnerire I" anv rart of territory
0 Boletio Popular!
V Spaoilsh Weekly Paper puullshail
ut Sauta Fe, N. M.
luoiic sPAiisa PAPta of the noBiroBT.
8CBSCKIPTI0K BATES:
Oca Tesur, U. Me.. 1
: 1
DIl. OWEN'S
CTRIC BEL'
..:11m Aug. 16, 1887.
HitrvvpsK.
HP
Improved Feb, 1. 188?
DR. OVEN'S EIEOTRO
GALVANIC BODY BEL'.
ah it BUbrfcflbUitY tr
ij. Nervous Dibility, Coe
tiTcncu, Kidney Diwasr
Nemucneii, TrembMnf
Sexual xbauition.Was
4n f4 11A(lt T1l..a.u
xl?a0!y!wSlnrlj3Upni in Youth, Aft, Kai
.il or Sin- iiTVt.DlT ifa In faniftlldiaefciei Jiriilnlti
.!!jwoail IJl Sr gcnltiil orfani of mU or femat.
j'kh&T TO HCSI'OSHIHI K J-ARTltS 0J( SO TKU1
oweN'J ELECTRIC HNSOLES . iSKh,
cuds, poitigo tor ra illuttrtted pnaiphlet, wklik will b
Uitou In plain ifBled envflopo, Meutlon this pkptr, tddrei
CWSN ELECTRIC BEIT A APPLIANOE CO.
806 North Broadway, ST. LOUIS. MC
RUPTURE !
LECTRIC BELT
AND TRUSS,'
COMBINED.
t)B. ISRAEL'S
lEOTKO-OAlVANIO TRTTS8,
renj aaectno Beit Attachment,
rra with, esie and oomfort. Tti ear-
,.n. mua or alrooff. Till. I. tti 00I7I
.etrlo truu and belt vor mutla. II
ililura la froai SO to 90 d.ja, For fall daiarlplloB r D
iv IlaetrtfUalvaola Belt.. SdIq.i Annll.n... TruaM. at
olM arad 8. for rati lllu.tratad pam.bl.t wbUh vUl t
.;nt 700 lu plain .Mld nv.loj.. Sold oolr by tba
OWS EIEOTBIO BEIT ft APFUAV01 CO,
aniarbB&iiadnraj. a5uUM6,
WaJi.aL n.
jTbli truu l
&Sfr torn blno
N5UiJr .tii cuit
THE SANTA FE BAKERY
Bread, Pics and Cakes.
Groceries and Provisions.
HAN FUANl'ISCO STKEET,
F. SCHNEPPLE, Proprietor.
SANTA FE, N. 31
w. a.. iscsiEnrziB,
UEALKK IN
R j E
Plumbing", Gas & Steam Fitting.
itv Heat Market
aV
ESTABLISHED IN 1859.
AUGUST KIRSCHNER, Propr.
DEALER IN ALL KIKOKI OK
Fresh and Salt Meats and Sausage of ali Kinds
SAN FRANCISCO ST., SANTA FE, N. M.
FISCHER BREWING CO.
MAM FAC1CHKKS OK
Strictly Pure Lager leer!
and the
Finest Mineral Waters.
Albuquerque Foundry & iachine Comp'y
R. P. HALL, Secretary and Treasurer.
IRON AMI BRANS VANTrWJt), OJtK, COAL AND l.t'MIIKK CA KM, MUM'.
IN, PITI.LKY8, GltATK IIAHH, KABKIT METAL, COLl'MNB
AN1 IKON FRONTS FOR IIUILDINOS.
REPAIRS ON MINING AND MILL MACHINERY A SPECIALT;
Albucjuerque, - New Mexico.
JULIUS H. GERDES,
HATTER AND MEN'S FURNISHER.
San Francisco Street - . Santa Fe, N.
0. kc.
uvo, sle.
"So di'ivva dlavl Qivv Dt
3V M,cKavAftVa Wvj eeto (ft
OUT TUIQ O I IT "'',u' wl,h ynur order iiml mo! pereeut. Write for
" ?u MMS. !ir '"""e't-caxaloeuo "l prire list. Onler y.rnr
DRY COODb, CLOAKS, SO ITS, ete., irom tiio largeai auifk in tiie esl-at liasleru jirictn.
THE McNAMARA DRY GOODS CO.,
16th and California, Denver, Colo.
New Feed and Livery Stable!
oi n M CD I nui ct.un v
IirOOIES, SADDLE AND Itl'OtJY HOIlHKH fr hire uu IteaiiuiiablA T,iu.
Wagons, Buggies and Horses Bought and Sold
ttaantnlikl Attn tit I nil to ftntflf tlllaF TrAVAlnri. H-a...,ts nn.r... . i
RH(;Httiie4'Hf- or tHlrphune fr.nn C'reitiner's drug Klorp.
ROL. LOWITZKI & SON.
HENRY W. KEARSifJC,
Assay er & Chemist
STONE BUILDING, CKKUILMhS, N. M.
PRICKS FOR A 8S ATS: Gold l; Slvnr SI; Lend l; Cn),v; ttt, MUi
atetal. In Pruporil.ni. Sicinl Coiitrucis t miulnfc cni.uulr uuil Hllu.
Ca.ll mull be remitted with, euca -hii,Ip.
ASSAYING in all its branches TAUGHT.

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