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S I s ti P 32 . f2 7. or ; s a .: :5 " OAPITAL a s J : ' J. j. i c -T -"J 5 3 u2 S ? 30 -5 S -a 3 : S 3 E3 .i ( a a. aij .1 -.0 Ol 71 O" 16 " q it a o 1frsTMeTaTin,a r lit, .niT"nTri i i r in aisniiaa mm mmmmmmam mumm,,., SANTA Ft. ; 7 Few F&ma for the General Inforraa-J J 3,v'1 'fc&i&L. v.on ofT4mtS aUd 3lttht. J-IV Seeri Visitiuir. the 3 f? , f-i R CITY OF NEW MEXICO. - Eiffel Vi A L. i)K4i;roKH I'Ktsii llA. E" W Ki.aiuI.MBm!ti.ku. JrttA Vflwl .fll . .Tbinimad Ai,ai.ii TaVvyV V WiW&LLA.l(l tl Oejoyare lu congress (tovetnor -"'ivitiry . . Solicitor t.ieiieral.. Auditor 'I reMMin r . ANTuNio oenz tl ; nutur General.,., W. S. one y bureau of linmiijratiou. JX'Ol'.'IARY Chief Justice Supreme Court. siu'inie Justice 1st. district As.sueiate jiis'ice-d disiiiet AsMiriaro .J.i.tiee Si' district . Prcidiw Justice 4tl district f. liiKtrict Attorney. .. i;. h. .Uiirsha lerk Supreme Court. Ts. O'Rrib H. Ahitkma vv.i). I.r. J. K. McH ,.Ja9. O'Hrien A. FlK TRINII) III K0MKP.il SCMMSKS BUBKHART SANTA FB SOUTH KKN AND 11KNVKK iSi KIO GKANDK KAILWW COS. Scenic Route of the WuhI and Shortest Hue to Paeblo, Colorado SirlnK and Uonver, Colo. BANT w Fk, S. M., Fell. 1, 1S.0 Mall aud Kxpresi No. I and 2 1'aily fxri pt Sunday. LANI URPAR1MKNT. U.S. Bnrvflvor (li'iieral Kdward F. JIobart 1. s. IMVl KeillStiT, A. 1.. Moruim Hicelvwr Public Moneys ,,,,Wii. M. Iikkokh (J. K. ARMY. :ommander at Ft. Maroy t'oi.. Simon snydkr A'.liiitaut UKi't. s. . SKym rn ijuurtermaster... I.tKfT. I'j.fMMKit Uinliursiug Q. M ( apt. J. W. Sumuierhayes, J.P.McOeorty Ar :i! pmj . . Bauta Fe, V M. . . ...u uiu i.. 6:40 pm Espanola ...in:4i am pni.D.... Heiviletta In 2 u:, pra Yl-.SU pml ..Autonltn.i olo . . &:0(! pm 1U ::i.ri am B .. AlaincHa.. s C. :2 pm 7:4 am ....l.a Vcta . li:fiO pm e.2t am B CucliaraJc. 10:... pm K:40 am l'uenlo . ... I2:ii;i pm 'i:(Hi am . Colorado Spring ' am Lt 11:00 pm . .Ueuver.. C.:(jfl am 9:IA' pm Kaufiasrity, Mo. 2dd 7:00 am 8 00 am . . .St. I.ouls. B:4'. pm Ar 4:00 pni2dd.Iivuvur.Colo i x.:iu am i,v LtJOjSO pm ....Chieano, 111. M ill ti :0 am Ar Ar 2:45 am ....Pueblo, ( 'oio .... t Un II In , 10 .25 pm Salida 211 am l.v Lt 7:46 pm l.eadville S:0ii am Ar Ar 2-4.i am: Pueblo, Culo, l.w am"Lv 10:00 pml Salida 5:(W am 10:00 am . ..Grand Jc i SO pin 7:16 pm Salt Lake, City, Utaii 7:40 am LT 6:40 pro .. ...u.irdeu 9:10 am Ar Ar b:S0 pinl'-'d day ( PRden 9:l.'i am Lv Lt 6:80 amSau Franeco, 2d day 7 46 pm Ar Geueral freight and ticket ollice under the Capital Hotel, corner of plana, where all infor mation relative to through freight and ticket rates will be cheerfully Riven and thioush tick ot wild. Free elegant new chairc-ars ?autn Fe 1 1 Cuchara Junction. Through Pullman sleeper between t'ueblo, Leadville and 'trdcu. Pahm-u-gers for Denver take new broad gauge Pullman Bleep -rs from Cucbara. All trains now go over Comanche pass In daylight. Herths se -need by telegraph. Chas. Johnhon. (leu. upt. CLOSING OF MAILS. k. M. P. M. r. M. Ma JJcloalng going east 4:16 7:80 Mall closes going west 7:30 Mail arriveB from east 12:06 10:114 Mail arrives irom west 6:60 CHURCH DIRECTORY. Methodist Episcopal Church. Lower Man Francisco 8t. Rev. U. P. Fry, I'as- Uir, residence next the church. Pkkhbytbrian Church. Grant St. Rev. tteorge G. Hmith, Pastor, residence Clar eudon Gardens. Church of thb Hi,y Faith "r Epis copal). Uriper Pa'ace Avenue. Kev. Edward W. Meany, B. A. (Oxon), resi lience Cathedral St. CONOKKOATIONAL ChUBCH. Near thfi University. FRATEENAL OEDEKS. MONTEZUMA LOKOR, No. 1, A. F. & A. M. Meets en the first Moudav of each mouth. V. T. Kasley, W. M.; Henrv M. Uavis, Senretarj. SANTA FK CHAPTKU, No. 1, K. A. Masons. Moeta on the secoud Monday of each month. W. 8. Harrouu, H. P. ; Henry M. Davis, COIWM ANDKKV, No. 1, Meet on the fourth Monday u. naruoti, c. u.;r, a. kunn. Secretary. SANTA FK Knight Templar, of each mouth. K. Recorder. SANTA FK tODOK OF PRRFKCTION, Ho. 1. 14th degree A. A. S. R. Meet on th third Monday of each month. Max. Frost, V. M, CK.NTKNN I AL KNCAM I'M KNT, 1. O. O. F. Meet secoud aud fourth Tuesdays. Max Frost, 0. P.; P: H. Kuhn, scrltie. PARAU1SK LOIIUK, No. 2, I. O. O. F. Meets everv Thursday evening, (.'has. C. Probst. S. 0.; Jaa. F. Newhajl, Secretary. AZTI.AN LUfftiK. No. 3, I. O. O. F. Meets every Friday night. 8. T. Reed, N. d.: A. J. Grlawold, oecretary. SANTA FK l.ODdK, No. 2, K. of p. Meets Hint and third Wednesdays. Win. M.BergerC.C'.i 0. H. (iregg, K. of R. and S. GEKMAN1A LOIX1K, No. 6, K. of P. Meets 2d and 4th Tuesdays. James Bell, C. C: F. 0. McFarlaud, K. of K. aud S. NEW MEXICO DIVISION, No. 1, Uniform (tank K. of P. Meets first Wednesday lu each month. K. u Bartiett, Captain; A. M. Dettiebacn necoraer. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA Meets second Thursday in the month. Atauacin Komcro, President; Ueo. Ortiz, Secretary; C. M Creamer. Treasurer. SANTA FB LODGE, No. 2367, G. TJ. O. O. F. Meets first and third Thursdays, P.W.Moore, N. G.; W. W. Tate, Secretary. GOLDEN LODGE, No. 3. A. O. 0. W Meets every secoud and fourth Wednesdays. W B. Harrouu, Master Workman, H. Liudhciui Beoorder. OAKLETON POST, No. 3, G. A. R., meeis Brst anc third Wednesdays of each mouth theirftiall, south side of the plaza, T SUBSCRIBE FOR Fearless, free, consistent HLuita editorial opin ions, hamper ed by no tie. E I Ji, I! S . if j N T IT. 1 A Specially devoted to tire w M E X I c o o 5 e B' sS E. 4 a - 3 riT? growing interests of IJav the rich and promising E coming state of New Mexico. EVERYBODY V7AHTS IT. N If You Have Jtu BBiMtf t, Irnllarcatlnn, Flntnlenpe, jalek Heudaobo, "nil run Uowu." loa lac nMJ, jou will lln4 M s Pills the tbm mm aadrron need. Ther tonenp ik Htomacb and build uptli riaCB"aT enerle. Safrerera frpin ,7-i n.nhiui.i.l Avrra-ook will rind aalUf frouttiem. Nicely sugarcoaWd. BOLD EVEEIWHFJtE. FOR J8ES8 0SLY! CUBE a ItnMTlUC For LOST or FAILIrTO HANHOOD; APOSITIVt Ofuerol and NEltVO'JS SKEILITf I WeskTls or way ana nina: coot I of Km" or Excestes in Old or Young Ti. 8. Int. Rev. Collector HISTORICAL. Hunta Fe, the city of the Holy Faith of M. brands, is the capital of Mew Mexico, trade center, simiiurv. arcliepiscopal see, and also tho militar' headquarters. It is the oldest seat of civil and religious gdverninent on American soil. When ('nliozado Baca penetrated the valley of ! tho Kio tirunde in l,-!8 he found Santa Fe a flourishing l'uehlo village. The his tory ol its lirst European settlenient was lost, with most of the early records of the terriiory, hy the destruction of all the archives in 1 (.181) ; but the earliest men tion of it hIiows it then to have been the capital ami the center of commerce, authority aim lmiueuce. in ihu4 came the first venturesome American trader the forerunner of the great line of mer chants w ho nave made trallic over the Santa Fe world-wide in it celebrity TUK CLIMATE of New Mexico is considered the finest on toe continent. Jhe lnli altitude in sures dryness and purity (especially adapted to tie permanent cure of pur monury complaints, a hundreds will be vituess,) aud by traveling from point to point almost any desired temperature may lie enioyed. 1 he altitude of some of the principal points in the territory is as follows: Santa Fe, 7,047; Costilla, 7,77-1 ; Tierra Aniarilla, 7,455 ; Glorieta, 7,587; Taos, ,!)50: Las Veas, 6,452: Cimarron, 6,481), Bernalillo, 5,704 ; Albu querque, 4,i)J8; Socorro, 4,655; Las Cruces, 3,844; Silver City, 5,946; Ft. Stanton, 5, 8(H). The mean temperature at tho government station at Santa F"e, for the vears named was as follows ; 1874, 48.9 degrees; 1875, 48.6 degrees; 1876, 48.1; 1877,48.3; 1878, 47.6. 1870, 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, 6 ; 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 mi'es; from Doming, 316 miles ; from F,l I'aso, 340 miles ; from Los Angeles, 1,032 miles; from San Iran- cisco, 1,281 mileB. ELEVATIONS The base of the monument in i,he irrand plaza is, according to latest correct ed measurements, 7,019.5 feet above the level of the sea; Bald mountain, toward the northeas t and at the extreme north ern end of the Santa Fe mountains. 12,661 feet alove sea level ; Lake Peak, to the right (wk n-e the Santa Fe creek has its source), is 12,04.) leet high ;tne divide (Tesuque road) 7,171; Agua Pria, 6,480; Cieuegiiilla (west , 6.025; La Bajada, 5,514: mouth of Santa Fe creek (north of Pena Planca), 5,225; Sandia mountains (highest point), 10,608; old Placers, 6,801 ; Los 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 ancie it city : The A lobe Palace, north side of the plaza, has beon occupied as an executive mansion since 1680, the first governor ant captain general (so far as the data at hand rev-jals) being Juan de Otermin The Pia.a Onate and De Vargas made triumphant marches over this beautiful oasis, the one in 1591, the other in 1693. Church of San Miguel. FCrected in the 16th century ; destroyed during the Pueblo revolution of 1680; rebuilt by order of ""The Marques de la Peuuela, "in the year 1710. The oldest dwelling house in the United states ib located near San Miguel church. It was built before the Spanish conquest. The ancient cathedral's walls are grad ually crumbling and instead a grand mod ern stone structure is building. The old cathedral was erected in 1761. Uld Fort Murcy was first recognized and used as a strategic military point by the l'uenlo Indians when thev revolted against Spanish rule in 1680 and drove out the enemy after besieging the city for nine davs. The American army under Kearney constructed old Fort ilarcy in 1846. F'ort Marcy of the present day is gar- ritoned by three companies of the loth U. S. mlantrv, under command ot uap- taius Gregory lsarret, J. J. stretch and- Duggan, and here at 0 a. m. daily occurs guard mounting, a leature oi military maneuvering ever ol interest to the tourist, Other points of irterest to the tourist are ; lhe Historical society s rooms ; tne "Garita," the military quarter ; chapel and :emetery of Uur Lady ol the Kosary ; the ihurch museum at the new cathedral, the archbishop's gardens ; church of our Our Lady of Guadalupe witli its rare old works of art: the soldiers' monument, monu ment to the Pioneer ratnrPmuer, mi Carson, erected by the G. A R. of New Mexico; St. Vincent uospitai, conducted bv Sisters of Charity, and the Orphans' industrial school; the Indian training school ; Loreto Academy and the chapel of Our Lady of Light. The siuht-seer here may aiso taxe a vehicle and enjoy a day's outing with Imt.h nleusure and nroht. lhe various spots of interest to lie visited are Tesuque pueOlO, I aKlUg IU wo uivmc ou ruuro. Monument rock, up hi picturesque Santa he canon: the Aztec mineral Bpnngs Nambe pueblo ; Agua Fria village ; the turquoise mnies; place oi tne assassina tion of Governor Perez.: San Ildefonso pueblo, or the ancient cliff dwellers, be yond the Rio Grande. THE C1TV OF SANTA FK is making a steady modern growth j has nnw a nooulation ol s.uw, anu nas every assurance of becoming a beautiful modern city, tier people are liberal and enter- nrising. ana stand reauy w iosier uuu en courage any legitimate undertaking hav ing for its object the building up and iin nnwement of the place. Amonii the present needs of Santa Fe, and for which liberal bonuses in cash or lauds could un doubtedly be secured, may be mentioned scanning lactory; a wool scouring plant and a tannery. Skilled labor of all kiuds 1b in demand at good wages. The cost of A Safe fuvontment. I Is one which is guaranteed to brina yiti ! satisfactory results, r in case of failure a i ""urn of purchase price. on (his safe ; rl'iu yon Oil 1 1 buy from our advertised ' druggist a bottle of Dr. Ivig's Nov, ij.a. i over - for CutiMimption 1' is -icirinitec-i I to bring relief in everv cne, when it-ed j i"r any iinection ol Ihrord, mugs or chest. Niion as consumption, iiiManiriuitinn of Kings, bronchitis, asthma, whooping oui;ii, croup, en.-., etc it is plca-iint ion unrt-enoic ro taste, penecflv m fe hh can always tie depended upon. Trml bot tle iree all;. M. t reamer's drug store. Ah ! winter glr!, u - ra,. ,, mr,rc 'lo beauty Jn ii.g mini: Ym-r inir cuiiii.l, xii-u s covered o'er Willi fn-cklcs ami wi h tun. "ACE CA5HOT WTTHEB mm," KJHJT'1 "n.i"ld Fcntlnman, aj ho ran-d Ir,.yK,";n,",,?",m:l'' "tile woman bVhis Sm;r-l,t 'r"" ll-." ho continued, "at one tj"" aU "i emetics would. Tho s? I llttlo woman, in order to appear youthful plastered her fauo with differt-n Tvar t ll'e of 7to " . yclept 'balms.' 'creams?' iotona," "l0dld.,,); n'n.uLte,,,'i''u'.n. and n nim ii J:r " -', parcnnieut li.tn ,V,- "'""" ae. ,v(..l," enlJ the " I Ton nothing but common senso Common aenne uld mo tha t i Z'y thinirs anH ,i -T. "" A "lu ail thug. would n .. ;" .jKxr .n.me' )t pot, and roughnei; uK ,h. WX" ZJV ior ?Jfl ? Ji'ES I't.?jr ""'T Paid r,uiiur reiuiidod. "pyritm, u; by Womloi du. tin ah. ana nr. I'I.toc'i It A & $ f'r nn inciirnhln rnio in. " " inrrh In tho Head by the I IIIIIHg Busta Directory. Nti-e for I'libli.-ut i,n. IPre-emplioii No, 21-'l. La.no Offk.k at Santa Fe, N. M.,) April 21, 1S90. f -Notice is hereby nlven that thelollnvi iin,- named settler has hied notice of his inten tion to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the register or receiver at Santa l.l V 1 AT.... , .... u. ... i.i., on may ifjini, viz: 1 nomas lowiisend for the e.2, i,e'4, sec. 9, to. 14 n, r. 8 e. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cimivaiion oi said land, viz: W.C Rog ers, Geo. L. Wylljs, W. 11. Nei-bitt ami U . C. Hunt, all of Cerrillos, Santa Fe county, N. M. A. L. MoKiusoN, Register'. Do you think, he risked in het-itatinu accents, that you could learn to love me? , Yes, she replied eolv, 1 could learn. hut 1 m afraid you'll have a good deal of trouble teaching father. aaiiiiini fi airwirmt fiiirarnt Au Idyl of tin, Kali. 'ill! ill chHif cur, Km'ii.n. Hu n. Vn'i;r ril A jc.ri, li-itne ii-.iiji I. title srh ..uhmi'mn. Hi'-ll cut 'I , ,. , Ti in-:, in.;. Imni wort, S tints a reif. La.lilutr dnomner, 'crn.ss tiie ihmI... Awfulh bun id, but lla tn K-.ille. Mutnsl ma-It, Ko 1 1 1 ! 1 1 It out, Travi 1 1 1 1 tr on Tin- Wrti ash Ui-nte. lmssssaasSmm Hhili.li's Catarrli KemiMly, A positive cum for catarrh, Diphtheria and I anker Mouth. C. M. ('reamer. Teacher Toumiv, li tter after x. Tom m V ' y w 'y Teacher Correct. down in a state of Terre Haute Express what is the next tVi!h your name and address, mailed t, tlie Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Go., i neccsary to obtain an interesting trait ise on the blood and the diseases inciden i to Ib TBE PELTOIf HUTEB WHEEL ivoi the highest efnciencj- of any wheel in the world. And Iommy sat mild amazement. We Can aud Do Guarantee Acker's Blood Klixir.for it has been fully demonstrated to the people of this country that it is superior to all other preparations for blood diseases, ft is a positive cure for syphilitic poisoning, ulcers, eruptions and ninnies. It inirtfies the whole system and thoroughly builds up the constitution. Sold by A. C. Ire laud, jr., druggist. ATlOKMOtS r UIV. Catron. Knael.rl Clancy. Kdward L. Hartlrtt. K. A. Fluke. Go. W. Knnebvl. R. K. Twitched. Max. ITost. Geo. C. Preston. PM VSICIAN'S. R. H. l.-uiewlll. J. H. Nloati. IIKNTISTS. D. W. Mauley. HL'KVKVOKS. Vm. White. Flrat NalL.u.l Bank. Second Natl. mat Rank. INSUIIANCK V GEM'S. Win. Kerger. John Cray. For Dyspepsia And Liver Complaint, you have a printed guaranty on every buttle of Shiloh's Vital izes It never fails to cure. C. AI. Creamer. Czar of Russia (just out of bed) What has become of my undershirt? Valet Please your Mj 'sty, the black smith's putting fresh rivets in it. Advice to Mothers. I Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should always be used when children a-e cutting teelh. it relieves the uttle sufferer at once ; it produces natural, quiet sleep by relieving the child from pain, and the lit tle chertih awakes as "brighias a button." lt is very pleasant to taste. It. soothes the child, softens the gum, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and is the best kn own remedy for diarrhoea, whether arising from teetiiing or other causes. I wenty-hve cent a Ixittle. Bald Robert It"ed. 'Tobacco's bad; Much evil lt be ets, It Im uot tit for any lad; I'll stick to cluurelt a." A Ncccssit) of Health. It Isn prime necessity of he lib that the sc Ilou of the bowels should be kept regular, but me waj if) overcome a temporary lit of consti pation, or to remedy eh. runic costiveness. Is not to deluge the stomach and drench the bowels s.n nn.., uiniii ii p, mini a,., ,, I h" happy me mm b, tween n ,, -ottiveHlnl VI , -aiiianic is .f(. sior.iucl. Hitters u 1,1. ii net-just .nib, n-ntl) up,,, i ti,,. butt els to re ax ti.,.m uitlinut fain, hii, 1 wliich l,ein-' a wiiolesiime ionic us H, u aperii nt, lm, thi '" sln-nmliciiihir bo h them and li e stone ai-tl, HiH pioni t Hi tin- well Di-illf oi he Hhole menial eccnoniy. The rem val of bile from the ''' mcreased aetivitv ..f the liver, u-uallv di.rtmint in cases ( costivi-n- ss. and sound ill ge.tnm 'ol mis the use of tlush nelieein uicdi- .' ' " ' '" no u iiiiii in us ctl.-i't as ji js saie and put-,- in , ompo-iii,,,,. Rheumatism, levi-rmiiin.,!.. L i.t...... i......i!.. . . . .. ' , , ' "' j iMMiuies auuueiiii.y are -1mi remciheil bv it ' When the bad boy puts a bent pin in the teacher's chair he is at least justified in predicting an early sprini!. A man can always find fault if he will : a woman wiM alums find fault if she can. Abhlaud (Wis.) l'le.-ss. Skin Eruption Cured. One of my cnsiomcrs, a highly respected and hifluentiu! citizen, but who 1 now aiisent from the city, has used Swift's Specific wilh excellent rsult. He says il cured hua of a skin eruption hint he hud been tormented with for thirty years, and had resitted the curutiva qualities al man ether Diedicitiua. Uubxbt Cuim, Druffiist, Falla City, Neb. ELECTRIC BELT fejs Owinf, to the prrrat no- Mi f " ' Suspensory Bell," w f JS&-.TS eTCethavc reduced the price tr km y.j-Li'l I. Hhich iii.iki-Hit tin- clc-a,. jf ;V est l-'l Ils.T-CI.ASS ItKl.T In lie il JfeJ' l'. ft. and superior to others hl.-li an ' w si.M at from l" to f in. rr.-e bv mail f or or I' I i R 1. 1-: la- it f , , r t 1 0. se nrt r.i A.i.lr.-ss, ('aliliirnia Klectrie Heh(-n. lUtx r'rnnciscc.l at ure;i!lat7lll .M.irk.ts aaiiM. t.... i 1 tAl-iP Die GreatPrt Mtrliuttirnl Arhlevemoat of Morel hun 7UO tn he in All I'uxUoftho Uorld. (rood for any hfnd above 20 fee nd adapted to every variety of servitj. ILTON V A T E K MOTORS. Varying from the frartioo of one up to 12 and U borhe power. lii'iofiiMt lu Iniu chow and rtady for pipa 0ot Cnoiinaled for all kln'ts of light nmnlnf maciiiiiery. Warrantri to di'U-lnp h Kivvrx smnnnt of iowi;r with une-hatf the v,nWr required by any wilier. Send for ciruilurn. Address The Pclton Water Wheel Co. 121 and lili Main St., San Ftanciseo, f'al. M KUCHA NTS. Htb, Wh ,lcsl - Merchandise. OROCKKIK9. W. S. lauiM-l, No. 0. Cartwrlght ft (irlswol.l, u. 4, 8. rt. Keaty. W. F. Dobbin. HAKKvVAKK. W. A. McKenale. K. It. Frana. 1-LltM ri'ltK. Waarner HatTiier. CLOTHING &GKMS' FLKMSHING. Nil. Spi.eelliera;. Kuvklen'a Arnica Sulre. The best Salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rneum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cento per Ikjx. For sale by C. M. ('reamer. Why Will Vou Cough when Shiloh's Cure will you immediate relief. Price lOcta. ets., and (1. C. M. Creamer. give 60 This is a trying situation, said one juror to another. Yes, was the reply; but that's what we're here for. lob Printing. Merchants aud others are hereby re minded that the New Mkaican 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 New Mkxican office. There in no better excuse for sending out of town for printing than there is for sending away for groceries or clothing. Our mer "hants should consider these things. The Nkw Mkxican is acknowledged the lead ing paper of this section. The patronage Ol the people will enable us to keep it so. The ltevi Geo Of Bourbon, bid. and my wife owe our Consumption Cure. The Ph. Zang Brewing JTropritttora of th ROCKY MOUNTAIN BREWERY, Co. 1IKNVKH. COLO. With a Capacity of 150,000 Barrels per Aiinum. ADOLPH J. ZANG, Cen'l Mangr. Specialty CELEBRATED PILSENER BOTTLED BEER Local Atrent, IJ. 1IANLKY. J. R. HUDSON, Hanofaotaror mt Mexican Filigree Jewelry WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. ewtaa Maofctna Kepi trfng Bad all kinds sf Bewln Machine Dappla. A Sb IJm ef Spectacles and Kye (Haaaea. fhuWaTaphia Views ar Saata Fa aa4 uSaj Houth Hide of Plai , 11. Ihayer, savs: "Uoth mrself lives to Shiloh's SANTA FE, If. fi Kan hiuuke. Victoria, li. C, April 21. The steam ers from northern ports brings news of a severe earthquake on Queen Charlotte island. Several native houses at Sked gate were shaken down and deep fissures were made in the earth. Santa Notice to the I'ublle. Fk, N. M., March 24, 1890. The follow ing rates take elb'ct .March 25 1M!0, via A., T. A S. F. It. li.: First class limited to Kansas city. First class limited to Cnicic.ro Kim class limited to st. houis Agent A , T. ,..19 60 .. 27 ,il) .. 24 o(! W. M. Smith, .4 S F. It. H. Co. uitCGiiisri. C. M. Cretiner. OENKKAL MKHC'II A.ND1SK. Abe fluid. Sol. I.owlliki St Son. MISCKI.LANKOU.S. F. Sehnepple, Bakery. A. Klranhuer, Meal Shop. John Olinger, Undertaker & Kutbaliner. A. Boyle, Florist. I. Weliaier, Hook Store. Grant Klvenbursr, Nursery, Ice Merchant. Fischer Krewing Co., Brewery. D. B. Chase, 1'holographer. J. ft. Schumann, shoe Merchant. Nol. Lowltzkl & Hon. Livery stable. uadrow Hughes. Transfer Team, Coal 1'linples ou the Face Denote an impure state of the blood and are looked upon by many w ith suspicion. Acker's Wood Elixir will remove all im purities and leave the complexion smooth and clear. There is nothing that will so thoroughly build up the constitution, puri fy and strengthen the w holesysten. Sold and guaranteed by A. C. Ireland, jr., druggist. lie I brother. She I have no doubt I should, told you are ho different. am sure you would like my I am Two Givers. liridget Please, mum, I'd like 25 cents to take to church, mum. Mrs. Do Fanhion Certainly. Hut let me see the smallest 1 have" is 5i) cents. Can you get change? i is, mum. Well bring me back two tens and afive. I'm going to church myself this evening. New York Wi eklv. Albuquerque Foundry & Hachine Comp'y R. P. HALL, Secretary and Treasurer. taUTM AWT) ftRABa CASTINQa OKK, COAL AND I.TTWR1IR nsi .n . INU. rilUKlifl. KITK HA KN, A KK1T M KT LTcOLUtN8 AMI IKON FKOM'a FOK HI II I.IN.1M RtrAIRS ON MINING AND MILL MACHINERY Albuquerque, A SPECIALTY. New Mexico. ON THE PLAZA, Real Tstate, Insurance A.XD MINING EXCHANGK Santa Fr , New Mexico. PROPOSAL' FoKT MAI w. s and l.iiiuher. Mlahghter. ltarber. living is reasonable, and real prnpeity, both Inside and sabarbaa. la iumu ad. nMtaMflatJM.r Palace Hotel. Exchange Hotel. JBWm.KdS. S. Spltx. K. Hudson. CIMI' H'lUaK. John Conway. CAKl'KN I'KUN. A. Wlintaor. W. G. Gibson. Hlm.in Fllger. CLARENDON POULTRY YiHD' GG8 FOB HATCHING. Sllvar Wyandottes, Light Branmas, Houdans ..G.roJ!"d "J?"' Tttr Shell, Meat Scraps. Ilrluklng Fooutalaa and Imperial felai Food. Addreaa ARTHUR BOYLE. Santa Fa, y. m. CLARENDON GARDEN Home Grown Fruit and Fruit Trees free from Disease and Insect Pests. ARTHUR BOYLE. Aaent for tha Nixon Knul.jl M.hi. rt I Pjreparad to take ordera for spraying w.im niiiin ijiTTlfl mint ehtne and Climax Spray Nneale and lu eet Polaon. OoTreepoudeno Solicited. r. 9. aea la, a aula Fa, . a la I. Ife Worth LiylugT Not if you go through the world a dyspep tic. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets are a posi tive cure for the worst forms of dyspepsia, indigestion, natulency anil constipation iiiiaranteeil and sold hv A.C. Ireland, jr druggist. Who is that fellow who has been talk ingabout Withers all the evening? That's Withers. "Great are the uses of adversity ;" but they aren't half bo great as the misuses of prosperity. A Iuty to Yourself. It is surprising that people will use a common, ordinary pill when thev can se cure a valuable Fnglish one for the same money. Dr. Acker's English pills are a positive cure for sick headache and all liver troubles. They are small, sweet, easily taken and do not gripe. Sold by . U. Ireland, jr., druggist. A Nasal lujeotor Free with each bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. C. M Creamer. There are four varieties m society the lovers, the ambitious, observers and fools, The fools are happiest. The precocious infant who asks ques tions will soon have a formidable rival in the census-taker. Merit Wlna. We desire to say to our citizens, that foi years we have heen selling ur. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Dr. King's New Life Tills, Bucken's Arnica Salve aud-Electric bitters, and have never handled remedies that sell as well, or that have given such uiuve.sal satisfac tion. We do uot 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 ou their ineiits. C. M. Creamer. druggist WK OFFEIt tOC WEALTH By giving you the current information necessary to intelligently utilize yonr means. For $1.1)0. 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