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j! Jir ;l HJJ'A- ' l! j S. a i i 5 s 5 -f- rj i i a s s i. 3 i a ; ft C3 . is ; I i ' i . 2 : m ' s 5 w f- a J : j s X ; s ui I - s j?''" J ' ? r . J . co it : j 5 -i i IlLsiu m " - ' r HiO 0 C O ' " 5J 8 a a a ;ss a Itf : at m at i-i. - M ec t-1 - X 2 ii MSB! !o i c 8 S 1 : d ? SANTA FE. Few facts for the General Iuforro- tiou of IVinsts and Sig'ut Seeiir 'Visiting the 1APITAL OITY OP NEW MEXICO. OPKIl'lAl. 1I1KKCT4JBY. 1KHKJTOKIAU . . . ANTHf'N J.t.l-U L. BttAI.FOHI) PaiNCK B. M. THOMAS reueral.. .. Edward L. Baktku. Trinidad ai.ahid l.Oleiial' iu OIIgroHS Governor ieciuary Solicitor -Alidirur I rca-mrer ilnifuHt 'ienerai icc'J Bureau of Immlirratlou .ANTONIO OK'I IZ Y hALAHAh W.8. rl.K'li:nKI! Max Faom JUDHUARY Chief .(list Ire Supreme Court, Vism-iale Justice 1st di.ilrht. Associulf justice 'Al district. mh in1e J list iff :td district .. ITesiding Justice 4th district. I'. H. InMrici, Attorney V. ti. Marshal. lerit iSupreme Court ,Jas. O'Rribn I W. li. rt IUTHHaN W.II. LkE . J. ((. MrFu Jas. O'Ukikn . . K. A. Fl.HKK Trinidad Kumkru ...Bl MMKKH UUKKMAKT I.ANP DRPAKTMKNT. U.S. surveyor General Edward F. Hobakt V. 8. l.aml Register A. L. Morrison Ruoeiver Public Moneys. ..Wa. M. Ukhgkk U. S. ARMY. Commaader at Ft. Maroy,....( oi,. 5imon Hnydkr AlllUtilllt .LllCLT, B. l.rtKVIH'RN ouiirtermaster l.iKi'T. Pi.iimmku UisOuraing i.i. M .i apt. J. w. Buinniernayes, SANTA FE SOUTHERN AM) DENVER Si RIO GRANDE RAILWAY COS. Bcenic Route of the West ami Shortest line to Pueblo, Colorado Springs and lxuvfr, Colo. Santa fa, N. M., Feb. 1. two Msilaud Express No. 1 and 2 Daily except Muuday. Ar 8:" pm . Santa Ke, N. M. . - ou ... ii.40 pm Espanola . 10 4,. am 3:0K pm 1)... . Servlletta 1) 2 Ci pra K:8D pin ..Antnuito.Colo ;:' pm lu::tt am B. . Alamosa.. ri li:2.'i pm 7: am ....l.a Vcta. .. -JA pm 6;2i am B Cnchara Jo. . IUaV pm :40 am ..Pueblo. .. 12:,v pm 2.0I am Colorado Springs 2:i.i am t.T 11:00 pm .Denver.. 11:00 am 9:20 pin Kaunas City, Mo. 2dd 7:i am 9:00 am .. .St. Umis. ii:4 pin Al 4:00 pin 2d il Denver. Colo.... I ;u a:u i.v Lt 10:30 pm ....Chicago. II) '-'d dl li '" Vr Kr 2:45" am ....i'ucbio, Colo i u.1 an, v 10 2.1 pm Saliila 5 2li am l.v Lv 7 :4ii pin Leadvllle W ill) am Ar Ar 2Xt am . I'uebio, Colo, J oo am l.v 10:U0 pm Sailda 5:00 am 10:00 am . ..Grand Jc :.') pm 7:ir pm .-lalt Lake, city, Utah 7:40 am Lv 6:40 pin ugden 'J 10 am Ar Ar 5:: pin art day i igilen 9:l.r am l.v Lt 6:00 am San Francisco, 2d (lav 7 4:' pm Ar Oeneral freight and ticket office under the Capital Hotel, comer of plaza, where all Infor mation relative to through freight and ticket rales will he cheerfully giveu and through tick. ets sold. Free elegant new ohaircars Mints Fet Cuchara Junction. Through 1'ullmau slcoperi between i'uebio, Leadville and "tideu. I'asseii gers for Denver take new broad gauge I'lillinau sleep rs from Cuchara. All trains now go over Comanche pans iudavlight. berths se -ured by telegraph. chas. Johnson, lieu. Supt. CLOSING OF MAI1J4. A. M. V. H. P. M. Ma ficloslng going east 4:15 7:Su Wall oioses going west 7::so Wail arrives (nun east 12:0u ViM llail arrivi's trom west 6:50 CHURCH DIRECTORY. Mkthobibt EcistoPAL CHtRca. Lower San Franoisco St. Rev. G. V. Fry, I'aa tor, resilience next the (ilmroli. I'rehbytkrian Ohurch. Urant St. Kev. Ueorne i. Smith, Pastor, residence Glar emlon Gardens. CUI'KCH OF THK HLY FAITH (KpiB- oopal). Upper IV ace Avenue. Kev. Edward Vv. Meany, B. A. (t)xon), resi dence Cathedral St. Conubkuational Church. Near the tTniversitv. FKATEMAL ORDERS. MONTKKl'MA LOIXIK, No. 1, A. F. A. U. Meets on the tirst Monday of each mouth. C. T. Easley, W. M.: Heurv M. Davis, Sei reiarv. SANTA FK CHAITKIt, No. 1, K. A. Uasous. MeeU ou the secoud Monday of each month. W. o. Harrouu, H. f .; Henry M. Davis, Secretary. SANTA FK COMMANDKKY, No. i, Knights Templar. Meets on the fourth Moudav of ea h mouth. E. L. Bartlett, E. C. ; F. U. Klilm. Becorder. SANTA FK LIIIII1K OF FKKFKCTION, No. 1, 14th degree A. A. S. R. Meets ou the third JMouday of each month. Max. Frost, V. M. CKNTKNN1AL KNCAiU I'MKNT, I. O. 0. F. Meet second and fourth Tuesdays. Max Frost, 0. P.; P H. Ktihu, scribe. FAKAU1SK LIIUUK, No. 2, 1. O. O. F. Meeteverv Thursday evening. Chas. (J. Probst, JJ. (1.; Jas. F. Newhall, Secretary. AZTI.AN LODGE. No. S, I. O. O. F. Meets every Friday night. S. T. Reed, N. U.; A. J. Griswold, secrerary. SANTA FK LIIUuK, Ko. 2, K. of P. Meets ant and third Wednesdays. Win. M.BcrgerU.C; C. H. Oregg, K. of K. and S. GKKMANIA LOIMiK, No. 5, K. of P. Meets 2d aud 4th Tuesdays. James Bell, C. C; F. O. McFarland, K. of R. and S. NKW MEXICO DIVISION, No, 1, Uniform Hank K. of P. Meets first Weduesday in each month. E. L. Bartlett, C'aptalu; A. M. Dettlebach, Recorder. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMKKICA. Meets secoud Thursday in the month. Atanacio Romero, President; lieo. Ortiz, Secretary; C. M. Creamer, Treasurer, SANTA FK I.OIMiK, No. 2S,r)7, O. V. 0. O. K. Meets first aud third Thursdays. P. W. Moore, M. U.; W. W. Tate, Secretary. OOLDKN LODUE, No. 3, A. O. 0. W. Meetsevery secoud and fourth Wednesdays. W. 8. Harroun. Master Workman; H. Lindhuiui, Recorder. CAKLKTON HOST, No. 8, 0. A. R.. meels arst auf third Wednesdays of each month, at thel'Aiall, smith side of the plaza. SUBSCRIBE FOR T IE Fearless, free, consistent Hu its editorial opin ions, hamper ed by no 11 f tie, VV . M I A 3 E 1 S ? be fa : to s A N T A I Specially devoted to the growing interests ot ! Jm the rich and promising coming state of New Mexico. EVESYBODY WANTS IT. c A 5. 5 f N MS Pi IS Tta dyapep ti c, the d ebllUored , wh eln. ar from excess of work of miud body, drink or eiposure la Malarial Regions. rtll find Tntt'a Pllla ne most Bfenlal MtoratiTe ever otiereU the auflarlua; avalid. Try Them Fairly. A vlcorona noay, pare dimq, rung rv and a cheerful in Ind wlllreanlt. 60LS EVEEYWHEEE. F0S1 fUElfl CMLYf TTT) T? WknMi of Body and Bind: ll,'St fj U X of Er.fl or Exons-s in Old or Young ,h.. Eohli "AMI ) I J OBIUVB PAKTSOl Sl.Ut Mti?jJZi till .plnUoii, ud jro.ni llo Zt ft Urf MUWAt IWIIfaUilLII D. b. Int. Iter, Collector , J. P. McUbobty HISTORICAL. Santa Fe, the city of the Holy Faith of St. rancis, is the capital of iNew Mexico, trade center, sanitary, archepiscopal see, and also the militarv headquarters. It is the oldest seat of civil and religious government on American sou. When Caliezadfi Hm a penetrated the valley of the Kiofirande in lo38 he found Santa Ke a nourishing 1'nelilo village. The his' tnry of its tirHt European settlement was lost, w ith most of the early records of the territory, by the destruction of all the archives m 1080; hut the earliest men tion of it shows it then to have been the capital aud the center of commerce, authority ami influence. In 18U4 came the first venturesome American trader the forerunner of the great line of mer chants who nave made trailic over the Santa Fe world-wide in its celebrity. TUK CLIMATE of New Mexico is considered the finest on the continent. The high altitude in sures dryness and purity (especially adapted to Lie permanent cure of pul monary complaints, as hundreds will be witness,) and by traveling from point to point almost any desired temperature inav be enioved. The altitude of some of tiie principal points in the territory is as foll' ws: Santa Je, 7,047; (Jostilla, 7,774; Tierra Amarilla, 7,4.r)5; Glorieta, 7.;'iS7: Taos. tt'Jiil); Las Vegay, 6,4."a: Cimarron. b,48!l, Bernalillo, 5,704 ; Alhu- cjiieique, 4,!MS; Socorro, 4,bo5; Las Crtices, 3,844; Silver City, 5,!)46; K. Stanton, 6,800. The mean temperature at the government station at Santa Fe, for the vears named was as follows ; 1874, 48.it degrees; 1875, 48. ti degrees; 1876, 48.1; 1877,48.3; 1878, 47.rj. 1879, 50.6; 1880, 46.6 ; which shows an extraordinary uniformity. For tubercular diseases the death rate in New Mexico is the lowest in the union, the ratio being as follows. New England, 25; Minnesota, 14; South ern States, ti ; and New Mexico, 3, DISTANCES. Santa Fe is distant from Kansas City 869 miles; from Denver, 338 miles; from Trsinidad, 216 miles; from Albu querque, 85 tni'es; from Homing, 316 miles ; from K.l Paso, 340 miles ; from IM Angeles, 1,032 miles; from San Fran cisco, 1,281 miles. ELEVATIONS. The base of the monument in the trrand nlaza is. according to latest coirect- ed measurements, 7,019.5 feet above the level of the sea; Hald mountain, toward the northeai t and at the extreme north ern end of the Santa Fe mountains, 12,661 feet above sea level ; Lake l'eak,to the right (wh ire the Santa Fe creek has its source), is 12,045 feet high ; the divide (Tesuque road) 7,171; Agua Fria, 6,480; Cieneguilla (west', 6,025; La Bajada, 5,514; 'mouth of Santa Fe creek (north of 1'ena Blanca), 5,225; Sandia mountains (highest point), 10,008; Old I'lacers, 6,801; I.OS Cerrillos mountains (south), 5,584 feet in height. POINTS OF INTEREST. There are some forty various points of more or less historic interest in and about the imcie it city : The A lobe I'alace, north side of the nla.a. lias been occupied as an executive mansion since 1680, the tirst governor anc captain general (so far as the data at hand rev ;als) being Juan de Otermiu The I'iaza Onate and l)e Vargas made triumphant marches over this beautiful oasis, the one in 1591, the other in 1693. Church of San Miguel. Firected in the 16th century ; destroyed during the I'uebio revolution of 1680; rebuilt by order of "The Marques de la l'enuela, " in the year 1710. The oiliest dwelling nouse in tne United fltates is located near San Miguel church. It was built before the Spanish conquest. The ancient catliearars wans aro grad ually crumblinu and instead a grand mod ern "stone structure is building. The old CHthedral was erected in 1761. Uld Kort Murcv was first recognized and used as a strategic military point by the I'uenlo Indians when they revolted against Spanish rule in 1680 and drove out the enemy after besieging the city for nine days. The American army under Kearney constructed old tort Alarcy in 1846. Fort Marcv of the present day is gar risoned by three companies of the loth U. S. lnlantry, under communu oi cap tains Gregory Barret, J. F. Stretch and Uuggan, aud here at 9 a. m. daily occurs guard mounting, a feature of military maneuvering ever oi interest to tne tourist. Other points of lrterest to tne tourist are : The Historical society b rooms ; uie "Garita." the military quarter ; chapel and cemetery of Our Ludy of the Kosary ; the church museum at the new cathedral, the archbishop's gardens; church of our Our Ladv of Guadalupe witti its rare old worlts of art; the soldiers' monument, monu ment to the l'ioneer l'ath-Finder, Kit Carson, erected by the G. A. K. of New Mexico; ot. vuiceui iiospuui, uuuuuuu hv Sisters of Charity, and the Orphans' industrial school; the Indian training school ; Loreto Academy and the chapel of Our Lady of Light. The sigl it-seer nere may aieo utae a vehicle and enjoy a day's outing with both pleasure and protit. ine various spots of interest to be visited are Tesuque ptietllO, ' dKlUg Ul WO uiviuu ou ivuk, Monument rock, up in picturesque Santa Fe canon; the Aztec mineral springs; Nambe pueblo; Agua Fria village; the turquoise mines; place of the assassina tion of Governor l'erez; Sari Ildefonso pueblo, or the ancient cliff dwellers, be yond the Bio Grande. TUE C1T OK SANTA KB is making a steady modern growth; has now a population of 8,000, and has every assurance of becoming a beautiful modern city. Her people are liberal aud enter prising, and staud ready to foster and en courage any legitimate undertaking hav ing for its object the building up and im provement of the place. Arming the present needs of Santa Fe, and for which liberal bonuses in cash or lands could un doubtedly be secured, may.be mentioned a canning tactory ; a wool scouring piaui and a tannery. Skilled lauor ot all kinds U In ilnmnnd at tfood watt9S. 1116 cost 01 living is reasonable, and real propeity, both inside and Bubttrban, la sUadUf ad AGE CANNOT WITHES HEH, l"."" an ora gentiemnn, as ho rnzei fondly unno the ,,.! o.,i' ." ." 1 "but frnnkly.-" h'o contVue" atVn 1 l 8fT' co, motloa wouid- The silly nf.i?."',:!"' JUX ' "PPear youthfuf - iiu uiucrcui varieties of whitewash, vo lent 'hnim. ,..,., r; , eto." "v,." i .,. ...Tj .. ." t '"na, " I did. unW' nw .1 , A" ,""L. .0""", nl o P .lv andcoarse- ' Vel "Said tie Ustoner, "Wbt do you use now ?'- j8e was the rnn v. "imtliino. k... ' Cnir-nKi, rCe'f S"id,;n Medical D scovy y Common sense told me that if my blood wit hu of h. ,i, -ri... i, 'iu lane on tha nuo or health. The Discover Hi .11 .i tning-i and aetiinlly rejuvenated me wouia possess n cl. ar, beautiful cnmr,iov! If you ...... ...i, UI,L,TI ,'K. IIIIIirtlf.fl i, ' foVlSiY rl,,i,nod mV.f PalJ for it will be promptly refuuded. "PyHfht, IMS, by WOBJ.O B Dli. Uma Ui u A SaTe iDrestment Is one which if. eu.irniitped to hrinsvnti satisfactory rcsnlls, or in case of fniluro a return of ptirclnmo price. On this enf plan you citii buy from nnr advertised ilru.'gist a Lottie of l.)r Kinu's New I)is coverv for Oonstimpti. ,n. It ig guarttnteed to bring relief in even cuse, when ucd for any affection of throat, lungs or chest, such as consumption, inflatnniation of lungs, bronchitis, asthma, whooping amah, croup, etc., etc. It is plea-nut and aarf-eable to taste, perfectly safe, and ran always be depended upon. Trial bot tle free atC. M. Creamer's drug store. Brave to Recklessness. -Knglishuian Some of our English itirls are quite expert with the gun, don't von know? Ladv F.vh Myndham Linn shot six nian-pHtimr tiprs - 0 n in inula. .American ttirl It they were ratinu nice men slie did just right. New Votk Weekly. We Cau and Ho Guarantee Acker's Blood Klixir.for it has been fully demonstrated to the people of this country thut it is superior to all other preparations for blood diseases. It is a positive cure for syphilitic poisoning, ulcers, eruptions and pii'iples. It purities the whole system and thoroughly builds up the constitution. Sold by A. C. lre liid, jr., druggist. An Idyl of the Hail. Girl in chair cur, Kahlua,' 'raill, c; intj ehMU'ard. Home aii.'iu. Little ch ti'linu'ain. licctl mil vc., TeHehiiii.', hard work. V atlth a real. Dashing drummer, 'I ro-s Hip aisl.', Awfully horrid, but ffa t- S'liile. Mutual maMh. Found it t,ut, Traveling on Ttie Wahash Rnnte. Shlloli's Catarrh Keiuedy. A positive cure for catarrh, Itiphtheriaand tanker Mouth. C. M. ( 'reamer. Brevity is the soul of wit. Perhaps. But I assure you there is little in being short. Puck. "Great are the uses of adversity ;" hut they aren't half so great as the misuses of prosperity. Ashland Press. m a I for 00 OFFERED an fneiirilhlf, naa rf f n tarrh III the Head by the E'Enf of, Dr- Sll'fe's Catarrh Remedy. By IU mild, sooth HIT and hnalin. r.,.' t. ures the worst c.iaen nr nil,.. oj arugiAto, iu irrnti properties, fl oi now loot Business Directory. ATI'IKM:tS At LAW. Ctr.,n, Knaeliel & rincy. Kdward I.. Kartlett. K. A. Pl.lie. Gen. W. Kii1m1. . It R. Twltehell. M. Kp,,t. Geo. C. Ireaton. FlIVSICIANS. R. H. I.,.newlll. J. H. moan. OKNTIHTS. P. W. Mauley. tlUKVKVOKS. Wm. White. For lyse,Nia And Liver Complaint, von have a printed uaranty ou every bottle of Sluloh's Vital- izer. It never fails to cure. C. M. Creamer. Anxious to Unload. Stranger I repre sent an English syndicate, and am look ing for investments. Chicago Man Glad to see yon, sir. How would you like to buy a world's fair. New York Weekly. Advlee to Mothers Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should always lie used when children a'e cuttine teeth. It relieves the tittle sufferer at once ; it produces natural, quiet sleep by relieving the child from pain, and the lit tle cherub awakes as "bright as abutton." It is very pleasant to Uste. It soothes the child, softens the gum, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, anil is the best kn own remedy for diarrlnea, whether arising from teetniug ur other causes. Twenty-five cent a liottle. A Nerfgi.lt, of Health. It Is a prime necessity of he Ith that the ac tion of the bowels should be kept reifular. but the way to overcome a temporary lit of consti pation, or to remedy .'limine eotivenesa, Is not todeluir. the stomach and drench the bevels ilh piin.-tlvca..( viol, ut and p, infill acii , I he hiippy me luiu b tm en till iuo, 'latlveaiM vl cm cathartic i Ho-te lei's Sloinach Hitlers which acts just -uiii. ientlv upon the bowels to relax them wiilmut pain, nd which hem.; a w holesi - t a . 1 1 ) - as I us apcrl, nt, ha. the elici t oi siii iiirrli.-iiinu bo h them and li e stom ach, an I piom t iik the well D'-iui! oi he whole internal ecoiiiuii). The rem valof bileirom the hl 'od, lucr.-asi'il activitv of the dver, u.-uallv dornii.iit iiica-esol' costiv, u ss, and soniiil ,li fteslioli i, i'i the use of thish uetici-ui medl ci e, as ti (eiiKli nil (." nial in its e'ct as it Is sale and pure in oinpo-iiioii. Rheumaiism. levei and ajue, kl-Oiey iron hies audtiebili y are BETTER THAN GOLI RESTORED IIElt I1E.U.TIL For 25 years I suffered from boils, erj-fdpc: and other blood affections, taking durir t'" time great quantities of different medicincj -' it. oat giving me any perccptiblo relief. FeiiiJ Induced me to try S. B. S. It Improved me f run 'Me start, and after taking several bottles, .'. stored my health as far as I could hope Tor my age, which la now seventy-five years. Mas. S. M. Lucas, Bowling Green, k.v Treatise on Rlood and Skin Diseases moiled f iu 5VV1FT Sl'liLTl'TC! CO., Atlanta, Ge. THE PELTCN WATER WKEEll Gives the hiRm st iBUIciicy of any wheel iu the world. FOll S4 ELECTRIC BELT Owlnt, to the great sue. ccsb of the new "I nln. Kleclric Wiinia-intcry Hell jhave reduced the price irom rN to (f I. w Inch nuikes it the e heap est KIRST.(i.Ass IIKI.T In the U. R. and .uipcrinr to others w hii-h arc sold at from 4U1 to f:wi. Free hv lnsil forJU-torTHRF.KbeltsfnrSIO.senilforrireiilar. Address. Cnlllornia Kleelric Hell ( n. II. n W.IH Sun KriiiK'iscn.) ul ..rc;dl ,0 7M Murk' t St.. , H 1 lie Greatest lerl,ain.-al Achievement ot Modern Times, dors Than 700 in I .e Iu All farts of tk Vt orld. tiood for any head above 20 fee and adapted la every variety of servicj. I'KLTON WATKK MOTOK8. Varying from the fraction of one up to 12 and U horse M,wer. Inclosed iu iroti cases and ready for pipe cor uectlulis. (Tueunaled for all kinds of light Pinning machinery. Warranted to develop a given amount of power with oiie-tialf the water required by but oilier. Bend for circulars. Address The Pelton Water Wheel Co. 121 and li't Main St., San Francisco, CaL lt will be a cold Dey for Algiers when the mouarch of that country dies. iios- touian. The Society Mother's DutieB. Little Miss Avnoo What is mammas for? Little Miss De Fashion Whv, thev is to scold thenurseswhen we niuke anoise. New York Weekly. Buekleu's Arnica Salve. The best Salve in the world for cuts. bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fevei sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. Il is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. or money refunded. Price '& cents per (ox. ror sale hv V. al. Creamer. Mrs! Nation I llanh. Second Natt nal Bank. INSURANCE UlEVI's. Wm. Kerger. John Orar. MltltCH VMS. A. Rtb. Wh li-nl" vierehandlsH. GKOCKKIKS. W. N. Kiaine t. No. 0. Cartwrlght OrlswoLi, xu. 8. si. Heaiv. W. P. Ituhldii. Why Will You Cough when Shiloh's Cure you immediate relief. Price cts., and $1. C. M. Creamer. will give lOcts., 50 UAKIitVARK. W. A. McKenzle. K. II. Frani. 1-LKMriKK. Wanner llall'ner. CLOrillNO &GKNTS' FLIt SISHI0. Hoi. H,lMel,.rs;. uitiiutasrs. O. M. Oretmer. GKMBKAL MKKCIIAN1I1SK. Hoi. Abe fiolri. Lowitzkt & Hon. MISCKI.L VNKOCS. F. Scltnefiple, Bakpry. A. Klrsohner, IVIel Shop. John OUnger, Undertaker & Kinbaliuer. A. Boyle, Flo, 1st. J. WeliM.er, Book Store. Grant Bivenburr, Nursery, Ice Merchant. iseher Hrewlng Co., Brewery. 1). H. Chase, rhotugraplier. J. O. Hvhumann, sthoe Merchant. Hoi. Lowltikl & son. Livery Stable. Oudruw & Hujcbes Traoafer Teama, Coal We are all interested in the coming woman, says an exchange. Not half so much, though, as we are in the woman who has already come. New York Trib une. Plmplea on the Face Denote an impure state of the blood and are looked upon by many with suspicion. Acker's Blood Klixir will remove all im purities and leave the complexion smooth and clear. There is nothing that w ill so thoroughly build up the constitution, puri fy and strengthen the w holesysten. Sold and guaranteed by A. C. Ireland, jr., druggist. The man who w histles all the time is generally of a cheerful disposition him self, but he makes the whole neighbor hood sad. Somerville Journal. There is probably sand enough in the sugar trust to keep it up. New Orleans Picayune. Job Trlming. Merchants and others are hereby re minded that the Nkw Mk.vicam is pre pared to do their printing on short notice and at reasonable rates. Much of the job printing now going out of town should come to the Nuw Mkxican oliice. There in no better excuse for sending out of town for printing than there is for sending away for groceries or clothing. Our mer chants should consider these things. The Nuw Mkxican is acknowledged the lead ing paper of this section. The patronage of the people w ill enable us tn keep it so. The Kev. lieo. il. Thayer, Of Bourbon, Ind., says: "Both myself aim my wue owe our lives to trillion Consumption ( 'uro Ihe secretary oi a local society met the president rushing hastily into a we known "speak easy" the other Sunday night. What's the matter? asked the toruier. Fight up our way. I'm after a police man. All gone, remarked the secretary I've just been after one myself. Phila delphia 1'ress. The Ph. Zang Brewing Co. Proprietor of the ROCKY MOUNTAIN BREWERY, DKNVKK. COM). With a Capacity of 150,000 Barrels per Annum. ADOLPH J. ZANG, Cen'l Mangr. BOTTLED BEER a Specialty CELEBRATED PILSENER Local Agent, It. 1IANLKY. J. R. HUDSOri, MaoafftCturM' of Mexican Filigree Jewelry WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. wfeta; MaehlM Be,i Irief aed all kinds of Bewln Machine lappltM. Hye uiasses, A 1st Una ef Bnectaeles and rhutegraphte Views mt leata Fa asHl vtotmtty feratb Side of Plui ft. SANTA FE, H. M w aiul Lumber. H. Hlailghter. Berber. Palace Hotel. Exchange Hotel. JKWKI.KKS. K. Hi, Hi. J. R. llml.o CU 'P H'lUSK. John Conway. CAlU'fcN runs. A. Wltiilat.r. W. Gibson. Him n Fllger. CLARENDON POULTRY YARD; BOG8 FOB HATCHING. Sliver Wyandotte, Light Branmas, Houdan, Oronnd Bone, Oyster Shell, Meat Scrap. Drinking Poontains and Imperial Kg Pood. Addreaa ARTHUR BOYLE, Hants Fe. N. in CLARENDON GARDEN ' Home Brown Fruits and Fruit Tree free from Disease and Insect Pests. ARTHUR BOYLE. A s;ent for the Nixon Noaile Machine C la prepared to take order for apraylic Orchards, with Nixon's I.lttle Giant 'w chine and Climax Spray Noaale and In eet Polaon. Oorreepondenoe Solicited. F. U. koas tot. Saate Fe, W. at One-half of the world does not know how the other half lives, and it is just as well that it is so, fora great deal ef scandal is thereby saved. Boston Courier. Is I.Ue Worth Llvingf Not if you go through the world a dyspep tit:. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets are a posi tive cure for the worst forms of dyspepsia, indigestion, flatulency aud constipation. Guaranteed and sold by A. C. Ireland, jr., druggist. She (facetiously) I suppose you call your horse Cupid because he's such a love of a horse. He Not exactly. You see he's blind. Lite. If you lend a man $5 he simply gets that much in your debt; but if you allow Dim to wheedle vou out of ld0 you've made him an enemy for life. Judge. A Duty to Yourself. It is surprising that people will use a common, ordinary pill when they can se cure a valuable English one for the same money. Dr. Acker's English pills arc u positive cure tor sick lieadaclie and all liver troubles, lhey are small, sweet, easily taken and do not gripe. Sold by A. C. Ireland, jr., druggist. A Nasal Injector Free with each bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. C. M. Creamer. Yes, said Fogg, as a success I have al ways been a failure, but as a failure I have been an unqualilied success. Exchange. 0, James, come quickly! Freddy has swallowed his mouth organ ! Is that so? Then there's music in the heir. IJostonian. Mrrit Wius. We desire to say to our citizens, that foi years we have neen selling Or. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's New Life Hills, Bucken's Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters, and have never handled remedies that sell as well, or that have given such universal satisfac tion. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time, and we stand ready to refund the purchase price, if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their great popularity purely on their merits. C. M. Creamer, druggist. It's strange bow a man's profession follows him, said the circus performer, as he brushed away a flv that had disturbed his morning nap. I'm getting so that I can't even sleep without a net. Wash ington Post; ' WE OFKBK VOl' WEALTH By giving you the current information necessary to intelligently utilize your means. For $1.00. The Kansas Citv Weekly Journal asixty-fourcoluinn paper, complete in every feature necessary to make it first-class, can be had. fo? ti,00. per year. Those who he received this valuable paper during tlie campaign need no introduction. To all others wesay.try it. Hand your subscriptions to the pub lishers of this paper and he will forward same to us. Journal Co., Kansas City, Mo. Knowledge may be power, but it takes coal to keep up steam jtibt the same. Rome .-eiitine Notiue t, the i'uhllc. Santa Fk, N. M., March 1890. I he following rates take ellcct Marcti 25 110, via A., T. & S. F. R. lt. : ...,t9 m .... 27 M ... 24 ja) W. M. Smith, Agent A., T. .4 S F. It. K. Co, Klrit class limited to Khunis City.. l-'irst cln.8 limited to Chicago Firrit claua Jituitud to St. Lout A borrowed umbrella is better than no water shed, although not an honest pro- te tion. New Oilcans Picayune. PROPOS AM) SI 'OS.W.S FOR FL'EL, FORAGE ITiAW. Ileailiiuiirters Deoart' incut ot Ari.otia, Oliice ol the Chief Quar termaster, Los Angeles, Cal., March 22, 18!KI Sealed proposals will he received ut this oliice, and at the ollices of the Q lartermastcrs at each of the stations In-low named, until II o'clock a. m., on luesilav, April 22, 18!IJ, and opened im mediately thereafter iu the presence of bidders, for the furnishing und delivery of fuel, forage and straw, during the liscal year ending June 3D, l.Sill, at military si ul ions iu the Department of Arizona, as lollows: Ports Apai lie, llowie, Orant, Huai biica, Lowell, M' juve, Thomas and Verde, and Sail Carlos, Whipple Bar racks, and Tucson, A. T. ; Los Angeles mid Sun Digo liarracks, Cal., and Forts Bavard, Stanton, Union aud Wincate, and Santa Fe, N. M. Preference given to iirticles of domestic production and manu facture, conditions of price and quality lieing equal, and stu h preference ;iveu to articlesol American production and iiiunu factu-e produce l on the l acitic coast to the extent of the consumption required hy the public service th- re. Proposals for either class of the Mipplies mentioned, or for quantities less than the whole re quired, or for delivery of the supplies at points other than those altove named, will be entertained. Specifications, general instructions to bidders and blank forms of proposal will be furnished on applica tion to this oliice, or to the Quartermas ters at any of the stations named above. A. S. KIMBALL, Quartermaster, U. S Army, Chief Quartermaster. W. G. GIBSON, Architect and Practical Builder WATKK STKEKT, near Exchange Hotel. 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