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fib a. 5 5 SANTA FE. A Few Facts for the General Informa tion of Ttufists aud Sight-" Seorf Yiiiitiiig the OAPITAL OITY OF NEW MEXICO. OP PI CIA I. IHKKCTOKY. 535 . c. ft a. , r -v CO , a, - a -is a S 3 3 9 3 3 '! m - 0 I 5 5 TEKKITOK1AL. IfulfKMfMll UOUfrrOMI ANTHONY JOwKI'H (governor. Soiu-Uor General. a nl l tor i ri'iiMUt-r Aft j MI HUT CJOlKTHi . E 6 M OB W vt rx r- t - p a ss ii is si IS II 'I y SANTA KB SOUTHKUN ANU DENVKK Si RIO GRAND!! RAILWAY (.'OH. ironic Route of the WoBt and Shortcut Hue to Pueblo. Colorado Springs and Uenver, (Join. s.vnta rn, N. SI., ten. 1. U0 Mall and lxpreB No. 1 ami l imily except Sunday. L. BRioroKD raiNi k B. M. Thomab Kdward L. Babti.ku. Trinidad Al.iKIU Antonio oktiz y Sai.azap. W. S. Fl.KTl.HKR Htio'y Kureau of Irnmlgratlou Max Kko.ii Jl'WCIARY. Chief Justice Sui rcmc Court. .Jas. O'Hiuen Associate Justice iht. district . W. H. Whitkmas Associate-Justice. '2d district. ., W.ij.I.k AHsociHte Justice ttri district J. K. McKl Presiding Justice 4th district Jas. O'Hrikn I. s. IHstrict Attorney ... ... E. A. Kit i'. S. Mlllvlial THtNtDAD KOMKR. lerk Supreme Court . ...Himmh.rs Bi'Rkhakt I.ANIi DEPARTMKNT. U.S. Hurveyo'- iXMicral Kdwakd F. Horart u. S. Land KeglBter A. L. Morrison Receiver Public Money Wm. M. Ukruek U. S. ARMY. commander at Ft. Marcy Coi.. Simon Snydkr Adjutant .Liki'T, H. Y.Hkvri rn gmirtcnnaster. . . I.ikct. Pi.ummkk. liiabiirMUg li. M Capt. J. W. Hummerliayes. 4 U. 8. Int. Rev. Collector HISTORICAL. .J. P. McOeorty I Ar 8:46 pm Santa Fe, N.M. ... : u. 6:40 pm Kspanola ... 10:4. am H:08 pm D... Strviletta I 2 -Oft pm K:30 pm . ..Antoulto.Oolo 0:00 pin 10::t5 auib... .Alamosa.. 8 ti:2. pm 7:4u am La Yeta. . !:ij0 pm 6:26 am B Cucliara Jo. lu:;V pm 3:40 am I'ueblo 12:66 pm 2:06 am .Colorado Springs 2:46 am Lv 11:00 pm . .Denver.,. 6:00 am 9:20 pm kansasCity, Mo. 2dd 7:00 am 9:00 am . . .St. I.ouiB. 6:i." pm Ar 4:60 pm2dd.Denver.Colo j 8::su am iv Lv 10:80 pm .... Chicago, III. 2d d fi-ao am Ar At 2:45 am Pueblo, Colo .... i.uu am v 10:25 pm Sallda 6:20 am Lv Lv 7:-U pm ., bcatlvillc 8:00 am Ar Ar 2 4.' am Pueblo, Coio l:uo am Lv 10:00 pm Sail. la 6:00 am 10:00 am . ..(irand Jc 6:.'i0 pm 7:16 pin Halt Lake, city, Utah 7:40 am Lv 6:40 pm ogdeu i):10 am Ar Ar 6::) pm 2d day ogdon y :1.' am Lv Ir 6:00 am Sail Francisco, 2d day 7:4 pm Ar General freight and ticket oftice nndi r the Capital Hotel, corner of plaza, whore all infor mation relative to through freight and ticket rates will be cheerfully given ami tiiroutth tick et Hold. Free elegant new chair cars santa Fe to Cucliara Junction. Through Pullman sleepers between t'ueblo. Leadviileaud ':gdeu. Passeu gere for Denver take new broad gauge Pullman Bleep tb from Cucliara. All trains now go over Comanche pass iudavllght. Berths HO'-ured by telegraph. l has. Johnson, lieu. Supt. CLOSING OF MAJ 1.8. A. M r. H. Ma closing going cast 4:16 Uall clOBes going west Mail arrives from cat 12:06 Mail arrives from west 6:60 7:30 7:H0 10:H4 CHURCH DIRECTORY. M KTHODIST E Piseop Al (J H t: RC H . Lo w er but) iranciseo Kt. Bev. G. P. Fry, Pas tor, residence next the church. Pke8bytkkian (Jhukch. Grant Bt. Rev. George G. Smith, Pastor, residence Clar endon Hardens. Church of thk Hlv Faith ( Ejiis ctipal). Upper Pafcce Avenne. Rev. Edward W. Meany7 B. A. (Oxon), resi dence Cathedral St. Conokkuational Church. Near the University. FRATEKNAL OBDEBS. MONTKZUMA LODUE, No. 1, A. F. & A. H. Meeta on the first Mouday of each month. C. T. Kaaley, W. M.: Heurv M. Davis, Secretary. SANTA FK CHAFTKK, No. 1, R. A. Masons. Meets on the second Mouday of each month. W. S. Harrouu, H. P,; Henry M. Davis, Hecretary. BANTa FK eOMMANUKKY, No. 1, Knights Templar. Meets on the fourth Monday of each mouth. K. L. Bartlett, K. C; P. H. Kulm, Recorder. 8ANTA FK LOIIflK OF PKKFKCTION, No. 1, 14th degree A. A. S. R. Meets on the third Monday of each month. Max. Frost, V. M. CKNTKNMAL KJN'CAM I'M KMT, I. O. O. F. Meets second and fourth Tuesdays. Max Frost, 0. P.; P. H. Kuhn, scribe. ranaifisa i.i h,, no. i. i. u. u. r . Meets every Thursday evening. Chas. C. Probst, N. Q.; Jas. F. Newhall, Secretary, AZT1.AN LODOK. No. 8, I. O. O. F. Meets every Friday night. 8. T. Reed, N. A. J. OriBwold, secretary. SANTA FK LODtiK, No. 2, K. of P. Meets first and third Wednesdays. Wm. M. Berger 0. C. ; C. H. Gregg. K. of R. and 8. OKKMANIA LODGK, No, 6, K. of P. Meets 2d and 4th Tuesdavs. James Bell. 0. C; F. G. MeFarland, K. of R. and 8. NKW MEXICO UIVISION, No. 1, Uniform nanx ft., oi r. meets nrst Wednesday in each nontn. s. u cartiett, captain: A. H. Dettlebacn, Recorder. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA. Meets second Thursday in the month. Atauacio Romero, President; Goo. Ortiz, Secretary; C. M. Creamer, Treasurer. SANTA FK LODGE, No. 2867, G. 0. O. O. F, Meets first and third Thursdays. P. W. Moore, H. G.l W. W. Tate, Secretary. GOLDKN LODGE, No. 8, A. O. D. W. Meets every second and fourth WednesdavB. W. 8. Harroun, Master Workman; II, Lindheim, Beoorder. CAKLETON POST, No. 8. G. A. R meets it ai thelmiall, south side of the plaza. T SUBSCRIBE FOR Fearless, free, consistent Hb its editorial opin ions, hamper ed by no N i? 2 D l-a S . 2 E S A N T A tie. E E W . IY1 JL.E X J I c A N Ppecially devoted to the PITP growing interests of J J? the rich and promising coming state of New Mexico, a S. 5 ? a3 EVEETBODT WAHTS IT. If You Have yo mprtle, Indlcettofi, Flatn1enc, Ick Headaebe. "all run dawn." ! lug f)b, you wlU t in4 Ms Pills tli ran d y you need. Ther tone np tb wak stomach and build up th naBf-lnff ncririea. Hnfrcrers from ancDtal or ptifsiral orerwook will rind tllr fromtlieni. Mcely a;arcoatd, SOLD EVERYWHERE. TO WEAK HEN anil & nlnaf Mrtlcnlara for home eu, FREE"' charge. A plandld nsdieal work ; should be lead by every SaiVho U iiwvoai and dsbUltated. Addnu. rrof. V. C VOWtEB. aoodua. Conn. Santa Fe, the city of the Ffoly Faith of nt. Francis, is the capital ol iNew Mexico trade center, sanitary, archepiscopal see, ana also tne miutarv neaildiiarters, It is the oldest seat of civil and religious Kovernment on American sou. When Cahpza le Baca penetrated the valley of the Rio Grande in Ib'.iH he found Santa Fe u nourishing I'ueblo village. The his- orv ,)i its nrst European settlement was lost, with most of the early records of the territory, nv the destruction of all the archives in H80; but the earliest men tion of it shows it then to have been the capita) and the center of commerce, authority and influence. In 1804 came the first venturesome American trader- the forerunner of the great line of mer chants who nave made trailic over the Santa e world-wide m its celebrity. thk cumatr of New Mexico is considered the finest on tne comment. J lie iiigti altitude in sures dryness and purity (especially adapted to tne permanent cure of pul monary complaints, as hundreds will be vituess,) and by traveling from point to point almost any desired temperature may be enjoyed. The altitude of some of tiie principal points ui the territory is aa lull' no. tmiitt x o, , , vunilllu, 7,774 ; fierra Amarilla, 7,4")5; Glorieta, 7,1)87: Taos, rj'iuu; 1-as Vegaa, 6,452 Cimarron, 6,48!), Bernalillo, 5, 704 ; Albu querque, 4,918; Socorro, 4,655; Las Cruces, 3,844; Sliver City, 5,946; ft. Stanton, 5,800. The mean temperature at the government station at Santa Fe, for the years named was as follows ; 1874, 48.9 degrees; 1875, 48.6 degrees; 1876, 4H.1; 1877,48.3; 188, 47. 6. 1879. 50.6 1880, 46.6 ; which shows an extraordinary uniformity. For tubercular diseases the death rate m 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; troru Denver, 338 miles; from Trsinidad, 216 miles; from Albu querque, 85 mi'es; from Doming, 316 miles ; from El Paso, 34o miles ; from Los Angeles, 1,032 miles: from San Fran cisco, 1,281 miles. KLRVATIONB. The base of the monument in the grand plaza is, according to latest coirect ed measurements, 7,019.5 feet above the level of the sea ; 15ald mountain, toward the northeatt and at the extreme north ern end of the Santa Fe mountains, 12,661 feet above sea level ; Lake Peak, to the right (wh )re the Santa Fe creek has its source), is 12,045 feet high ; the divide (Tesuque road) 7,171; Agua Fria, 6,480; Cieueguilla (west , 6,025; La Baiada, 6,514; mouth of Santa Fe creek (north of Pena Blanea), o,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 aoout the ancient citv : The Adobe Palace, north side of the oluza, has been occupied as an executive mansion since 1680, the nrst governor anc captain general fso far as the data at hand revia s being Juan de Utermin The Plaza Onate and De Vargas made triumphant marches over this beautiful oasis, the one in io9i, tne otner in 1693 Church of San Miguel. Erected in the 16th century ; destroyed during the Pueblo revolution of 1680; rebuilt by order of "The Marques de la Penuela, " in the year 1710. The oldest dwelling house in the United States is located near San Miguel church. It was built before the Spanish conquest. The ancient cathedral's walls are grad' ually crumblinK and instead a grand mod' ern stone structure is building. The old cathedral was erected in 1761. Old Fort Marcy was first recognized and used as a strategic military point by the Pueulo Indians when tliev revolted against Spanish rule in 1680 and drove out the enemy alter besieging the city for nine days. The American army under Kearney constructed old Fort Marcy in 1846. Fort Marcy ol the present day is gar- riEoned by three companies of the 10th U. H. lnlautrv, under command ol uap- tains Gregory Barret, J . r . Htretcnana- Duggan, and here at a a. in. daily occurs guard mounting, a feature of military maneuvering ever ol interest to tne tourist. Other points of urierest to the tourist are : The Historical society s rooms ; tne "Ganta, " the military quarter ; chapel and cemetery of Our Lady of the Rosary ; the church musfium at the new cathedral, the archbishop's gardens ; church of our Our Lady of Guadalupe witn its rare old works oi art; tne souuers- monument, monu ment to the Pioneer Path-Finder, Kit Carson, erected by the G. A. R. of New Mexico; St. Vincent hospital, conducted by Sisters of Charity, and the Orphans industrial school; the Indian training school; Loreto Academy and the chapel of Our Lady of Light. The sight-seer here may also taxe a vehicle and enjoy a day's outing with both pleasure and profit. The various spots of interest to be visited are Tesuque pueblo, I axing in the divide en route; 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 Perez; San lldefonso pueblo, or the ancient cliff dwellers, be yond the Rio Grande. THK CITY OF SANTA FI 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 and enter prising, and stand ready to foster and en courage any legitimate undertaking hav ing for its object the building up and im provement of the place. Among the present needs of Santa Fe, and for which liberal bonuses in cash or lauds could un doubtedly be secured, may be mentioned a canning factory ; a wool scouring plant and a tannery. Skilled labor of all kinds is in demand at good wages. The cost of living is reasonable, and real proneity, both Inside and sulmrban. to steadily ad TMelaf to TahMt Then he clasped her with emotion. Drew the maiden to his hrenst, Whispered vows of true devotion, llie pld, old tule,-you know the real . rn.m his eli-c..,l arms upbringing-, W 1th a teur she turned away" And her voice with sorrow rliiBlnu. I shall not see my bridal day.' wh!fi,dl'am,Rtl0 Teech broke him np badly. SSt."ien Bi' pV,l"lned that her awn-honi f'er fou"J'-l on the fact of an inner! '' 0l.i.-n Medial ,r ?anrt 8. ,e 19,"ow tlle incarnation of health Consumption fastens its hold upon its viot mi lhe (loldori Medical iHcovery" lias ciired thousands nf .. r ti,, L,'.. L"r.ca tatoa W .tim,ut "P f8"0" f'r "he dl,ceS IS too far advanced in order to he effective If taken In time, and o-w-nr, f, .. ...? L: reMeir"61, Pa,d ,or " e Shor?nek ?UV' Sb"""F ' Blood, 4..ir.., Jll-."ir1"'! "roucliltl.! affection.' If i. "' ' " UWUM ciuuiciii. riiuiear. Ooprrlglit, 1888, by World's Dis. Mud. as.'h. Keninrkable Rescue. Mrs. Michael Curtain, PlainPeM, III., makes the statemont that she cauirhtcold,' which settlod on her lunis; she n treated for a month by hi r family physi cian, but gr worse He toM hersho nu a hopolcFS victim of consumption amltluit no medicine couid euro licr. Her druist suggested Dr. Kiiij's New liiscovervlur Consumption ; she boiijiht a bottle arid to her delurht found herself benefited fr,,n. tirst dose. She continued its use and after taking ten bottles, found herself sound and well, now does her own housework mid is as well as she ever was. Free trial bottles at C. M. Creamer's drug store large hottles 50c. and $1. Will VouHuIfer W'kh dyspepsia and liver complaint'.' Shiloh's Vitalizer iB uaranUed to cure yon. v. IH. Creamer. i II 1(1 I of the I Oir! iM ll,,!r rut l;ii!mii'l toon. kM'.'-anl. H,.l:, !.(::le 111. arm B 'TCMflCM Q Ullil u III 90S for an incurahle rnso of Cn- ln.lrli In llio ii.j IM mild, SDOthlnir nnrl l.nil, ... J' . cures the worst ensea. no mail.- of uJiTjai Business Directoff, ATI'OKMCIS tf M', Catr -n, Knaebel Si Clancy. Kdward L. Ilartlett. K. A. FlHlte. Deo. V. Knaebol. K. K. 1 Mltcliell. Max. Kroat. Geo. C Preaton. Gilroy There's Suodgrass across the street ; let's go over. Lark in No, thtinks Gilroy Why, I thought vou were friends. Lurkin So we are; but Snodgrass lives in the country now, and 1 don't care to hear anything about his garden to-day. Notice tor 1'iiiilicaf ion. Pre-emption No. 2121.) Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M., April 21, 1890. f Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his inten tion to make final proof in support of his ciaim, and unit said proot will be made before the register or receiver at Santa Fe, N. M., on May 28, 1890, viz: Thomas lownseud for tffe e'o, new, sec. 9, tp. 14 n, r. 8e. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz : VV. C. Rog ers, Geo. L. Wylljs, W. H. Nesbitt and W. C. Hunt, all of Cerrillos, Santa Fe county, N. M. A. L. Mohiiison, Register. Shiloh's Vltalizer Is what you need for constipation, loss of appetite, dizziness, and all symptons oi dyspepsia. Price ten and seventv-tivo cents per bottle. C. M. Creamer. ,hi. l:.-.'!! on! ... r.-ii'-iiiii!.'. inn. Waul a res. ha.-hint,' drummer. 'I 'ros the Hilc. A nil 1 horrid, hut Has to untile. Mutual ma-li, Kt)Mll-t it Lilt, Traveliim mi The Wal.avh It iute. Sleepless Nights Made miserable by tlmt terrible cough. Iiiloh'i ('nru is the remedy for you. C. M. Creat.ier. A boy in Alliens, (ia.,v,ho bad been kicked by a mule, tied the animal within live feet of a bee hive and then backed him around to it and let linn kick again. Girl Friend (kissing the bride ecstatic ally; Oh, Fan, you did splendidly at the altar, and this is only your second. Bride (complacently) Yes, I've really had very little practice. Advice to Mothers. Mrs. VVinslow's Soothing Syrup should uiways ue used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves the little sullerer at once ; it produces natural, quiet sleep by relieving iho child from pain, and the lit tle cherub awakes as "bright as abntton." It is very pleasant to taste, ft soothes the child, softens the gum, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and is the best kn own remedy for diarrhoea, whether arisim; from teetnim? or other causeH. Twenty-five cents a bottle. SEtF-ACTING SHADE ROLLERS n OF ew.ire of Imitations. NOTICE AUTOGRAPH Xy LABEL t-up rriiiiii:r ELECTRIC BELT Ou'int. t the frrcat buc- aflaAi v "i:ala. w -WkM- of till n . 1 ' W-. 'iMMc-lric oiV'nMory llelt, ' we to I, H tueli in. ikes it tlii! chcap- cbi. ! irvi.i I. vs-j hki.t in Hie t'. S. ami Hiiiicriur ti, : ictm w 1,1c h are inM at from ll'l U :f. Free by mail for? lor TURK Kbc I Ik fur SI O. Send fur circular. AiliircxH, ralilorula Klx-trlc ll'-IK'o. Box 22!H, in Frnncluro nl i.rcall lit l Market St., S K The Ph. Zang Brewing Go. Proprietors of th ROCKY MOUNTAIN BREWERY, IKPi VKK, COLO. With a Capacity of 150,000 Barrels per Annum. ADOLPH J. ZANC, Cen'l Mangr. CELEBRATED PILSENER BOTTLED BEER a Specialty Local Agent, n. IIANLEY. THE SANTA FE BAKERY Bread, Pies and Cakes. Groceries and Provisions. Angelina Before we were engaged you did nothitiL' but talk. Now you do noth ing but yawn. Henry Silence is golden. Angelina You must be a millionaire. His Lordship There, you've broken the mirror! I hate to see a fool around! Irish Valet That is why I broke it, sor! F. SCHNEPPLE, Proprietor. bah rRaMomno street. i i i i IA.9TTA tX, II. H REMINGTON STANDARD TYPE-WRITER Has been for Fifteen Years the STANDARD, and embraces the latest and highest achievements in inventive skill. Sknd for Cataloui'f.. 1633 CHAMPA STRQET DENVER. COLO. WYCKOFF, SEAMANS & BENEDICT, Cut and come again whiskers. There is no more waste about a belt railroad than any other kind. K. H. I ewlll. J. II. Sloan. VV. Ylnulny. HUKVKVORS. Wm. White. first Nation 1 Ituuk. Second Nftli aml Hank, IMNCKANCH: lUENl'8. Wm. Kurpr. John ttray. M K ltC H I NTS. A. Stanh, Wh lesnle vierchanrllse. OUOCKKIK8. A Child Killed. Another child killed by the use of opiate- giving in the form of soothing syrup. Why mothers give their children such deadly poison is surprising when they can relieve the child of its peculiar troubles by using Acker's Baby Soother. It contains no opium or morphine. Sold by A. C. Ireland, jr., druggist. The mosquito will soon show the Ametican people whether hides are free I ishe(1 perf()rlimn(.e. Happy llooalers. Wm. Tinniions, postmaster of Inoville, n,l u-rio.u . "i,'i ii:. i i - .-.-i.,". "ic, nil, iMuria linn uoue more for me than all other medicines combined, for that bad feeling arising from kidney and livet trouble." John Leslie, fanner and stockman, of same place siivs- "fund Klectric Hitters to bo the best kidney and liver medicine, made me feellikea new man." J. W. Gardner, hardware merchant, same town, says: "Electric Hitters is just the thing for a man who is nil run down and don't care whether he lives or dies; he found new strength, good appetite and felt just like he had a new lease on life. Only ollc.a bottle, at C. M. Creamer's drug store. Woggs (at a nmsicalc) That was a fin- XV. N. Kuime-t, No. Cartwrleht & Ui Uwold, S. S. Beaty. W. F. I, ,1,1, In. HAROfVAItB. Strawberries are at bottom prices, with the box bottoms away up. " Kvery Meal la a Trial To the dyspeptic. Flatulence, heartburn, op pressive fullueaa of the. stomach, are the Inevita ble sequencus uf his uso of the knife and fork. To say of him that he gratifies the cravings of appetite would be genuine satire. He only ap peanes them. Is relief attainable? (,'ertaiuly, an i by the use of a pleasant an well as thorough remedy, Hiwtutter's Stomach Hitters. Will i! cure immediately? ' eriainly not, it. does not elleet iniiaeieM. Hut it doe give pp mipt and uimpeaka e red- f, and will, ii persisted in, pro duce an ultiinate cure. Not ouiy does it impart rcli-h to I he f od, but prjiiiotex iu conversion uy tne stoiiitten into rich, health and strcngth-sii.-ta.ning blood. Super seusitiveiie of the nerves, mental denresslou Hid unquiet slumber, erodueeU by interruption of the digestive func tion are also remedied by It. It is the finest preventive and curative of malarial diMinlers, and relieves constipation, rnciimatisui, kidney aud bladder ailmeuis and liver eompluiut. lioggs Yes, is finished. indeed, and I am glad it W. A. McKenzle. K. II. Kranz. ruitNiri'RK. Waener & Hallner. CLOTHING &1KTS' Pt'K.NINHIMO. Sol. Hpleirelberff. UKIJUUISrS. C. M. Hreamer. QUNKKAL MERCHANDISE. Abe Mold. Iiowltzkl & Hon. MISCKI.L.4NKOC8. F. Schnepple, Bakery. A. Klrscliner, Ment Shop. ,Iohu Olluger, Uudflrtaker St Kmbalmer A. Boyle, riorlat. J. WeltHier, Book Store. Grant Kivenbura;, Nuraery, lee Merchant, f'lsuher Hrewlng Co., Brewery. D. B. Chaae, I'hotwgrapher. J. G. Schumann, shoe Merchant. Sol. Lowltzkl St Sou, Livery Ntahle. Dudrow St Hughes. Transfer Teams, Coal ' ana L,uuiuer. W. H. Slaughter. Barber. HOTELS. That Hacking Cough Can be so quickly cured by Shiloh'sCure. vv e gt'arauuje it. tl. M. Ureamer. An Ohio woman has eloped with a tramp, and her husband is looking for the runaways. That'shows how foolish a hus band can be. .lob I'l'lnlliiK, Merchants and others are hereby re minded that the Nmv Mkxican is pre pared to do tlieir printing on short notice aud at reasonable rates. Much of the job printing now going out of town should come to the Nkw Mexican ollice. There in no better excuse for sending out of tow n for printing than there is for sending away for groceries or clothing. Our mer chants should consider these things. The Nkw Mkxican is acknowledged the lead ing paper of this section. The patronage of the people will enable us to keep it so. j. r. HUDSora, MftDufiMitarer of Mexican Filigree Jewelry ATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. wing Machine Itep Irlai and all kinds of flewlnr Maohln fnppllea. mmw uaa pyeciaeiew ana Jtye .Classes. south 8lrte of Plai i raotograuhia View, af Saata Fa aaa Tielmltf HANTA FE, H. Jh Albuquerque Foundry & Machine Comp'y R. P. HALL, Secretary and Treasurer. CHOW AWT BRASS CASTTVOH, OKF. COAL AND tl'MRER fipi .n.r. IVii. PULLKTH, OKATB BAKS, BABBItVicTAL OOLDMris " ANI IKON FRONTS FOK Hi:ll.lil VrfiJ REPAIRS ON MINING AND MILL MAHHINFRY a corriAirv wi kvini. ii. Catarrh Cured Health and sweet breath Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy, cents. Nasal injector free. C. secured by .'rice fifty !W. Creamer. UN MINING AND MILL MACHINERY Albuquerque, New Mexico. "WIVE. JUL- BERQER, ON TH 12 PLAZA, eaS I state, Insurance MINING EXCHANGE. Santa Fr, New Mexico. The maid w ho goes to the photograph er's with the query, "Do I look well?" is always answered in the negative. A Ullty 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 Knglish pills are a positive cure for sick headache and all liver troubles. They are small, sweet, easily taken and do not gripe. Sold by A. C. Ireland, jr., druggist. formation read that of the "gum Notwithstanding the rubber trust, we still drops." The most sweeping argument of the irate housewife is the broomstick. Palaoe Hotel. Exchange Hotel. JKWKI.BKH. S. Spitz. K. Hurion. CHOP 1MUSK. John Conway. UAUPaM'KUM A. Windsor. W. Ii. Gibson. Simon Kllger. . People Everywhere Conlirm our statement when we say that Acker's English Remedy is in every way superior to any and all other preparations for the throat and lungs. In whooping cough and croup it is magic and relieves at once. We oiler you a sample bottie free. Remember, this remedy is sold on a positive guaranted by A. C. Ireland, jr., druggist. An Australian athlete is said to have exhibited the greatest feat in the world at a recent royal gathering. Chicago girls must look to tlieir laurels. When we hear a lady say that her cloak buttons to her chin we somehow seem to regret that the buttons do not extend a little higher. WK OFFKR IOC VVKAI.TU Hy giving you the current information necessary to intelligently utilize your means. For $1.1)0. 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