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The Daily Hev Mexican
SATURDAY, MAY 3. C. M. CREAMER mbuukd itw, We trsrre in stock a line of Toilet Articles of every description; also a full line of Import ed Cigars & Imported fe California Wine tkutl liruuilim. BrerytMNfy admit we carry the largest stock ia the territory is our line, coiixeni'iitly we defy competition ia quality or in price. DELEGATES DOING GOOD WORK. The Laud Court l'.ill mid School Matters lirrt'ivtiiK Favorable Con fide ration. OPEN DAY OR NIGH" Laws of New Mexico Of ISM, &EM3Si I3H & EUTGLISH rue un At Mew Mexican Office. MiTEOROLOCICAU Ornc of Obmhvkk. I Bauta Fe, H. M.. May 2, 18D0.I ..dam 3B2S. p its. 2.'. 28.19 HW a5 3 2 Cloud's 17 ;C'lotd ffaxlmam Temperature ijj . rrAm .. rum ........... ..... ,u Pranfnltation .- u w. I. Wixu". Berfrt.. Signal Ooro. Special tn Hit! Now Mexican. W.KHiNoroN, May 3. The ilelepaks spent a busy Jay yesterday pushing their various causes and did some Rood work. They called on the house committee on education and presented their demands in n manner that can not fail to have an effect. The claims presented were for the appropriation of townships 16 and 3t in each county to he set aside and appro priated for public school purposes, also certain lands for the agricultural college and experiment station at Las Cruces, and for the general good of educational nurooses. Messrs. Alarid, Stover, Victory and Utter made addresses before the committee, and succeeded in im- nrestsinu nnon the minds of that body that Jiew Mexico has not had fair play in educational matters so far as the government is concerned, and it is thought that this very important question will receive full consideration. Gov. l'rince had a long interview with Senator Evarts, w ho expressed himself in favor of the land court bill and prom ised to give it his hearty support. When the claims to a land court for New Mexico were first introduced iuto the house, they were discussed and it was finally decided that the matter be left in the hands of a conference committee for adjustment. Senator Evarts, however, after consid ering the bill, says that it will not be nec essary to place the bill before such com- tnittee. lie suggested BOine amendments to be made in the Benate, and it ia now pretty certain that the land court bill for Sew Mexico, or at least the best features of it, will become a law. The delegates are a jolly set of fellows and seem to be enjoying their eastern trip very greatly. They .are business all over. The delegates will spend Saturday and Sunday in New York, returning to Wash ington Monday morning. The delegation also called in a body on Sees. Noble, Windom and Proctor and as sistant Land Comr. Stone. They were cordially received, and all these officials expressed full belief in New Mexico's fit nets for statehood. Sec. Noble gave the important informa tion that the Mexican government had recently made a demand upon the Unit ed States for a speedy and honest com pliance with those features of the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, that demanded a just and equitable settlement of the land grant titles and rights of claimants to Mexican and Spanish grants. He thought President Harrison' would send a special message to congress on the subject, urg ing speedy action. It has been decided to pubh the hill for the creation of a na tional park as originally drawn. The rights of the settlers on the tract at pres ent are not disturbed. In fact the estab lishment of the park will do Cooper, Powers and other settlers a great deal of good. Delegate Joseph thinks the bill will go through all right. The delegation w ill call on Senator Ed munds on Monday by appointment for discussion of the land grant bill. SATURDAY SALAD. still in Kansas City, Kas., visiting the tumlv ot lion. ,1. It. Mcroggs. uen. ianr l.-tt "starts to-morrow for home, Mrs. Birtlett remains there for some little time to come. Mr. T. G. l.ittlchales will give a song recital in the court house at an early date, and as he has done a great amount of g atuitous work in the way of sinuring, for t ,a liluueura nf tliO lilllllu' l'ftlPrftllV. it IS only jiint and pioper that this should be one ol the greatest successes oi uioBeamju. Mr. Louis Sulzbacher and family have left Las Vegas to take up their permanent resident in Kansas City. Mr. Sulzbacher writes the New Mk.vican aH follows: "I am sorry to leave New Mexico, and al most believe I w ill come back again some day." All right, judge, best wjshes in the mean time. For to-morrow evening's plaza concert bv the luth infantry band, Prof. CreuU biirg has prepared the following program : March-Carnival ..Taylor overture The uolden Necklace Hcnimu Walz-Ne port Casino Fork bam Gavotte Drca.n ot Love Rolliun I olka-iiol.lcn Unbiu Hoiwiuet Galop-Fantastic Rolllusou Mrs. R. E. Tw itchell and her sister, Mrs. A. A. Gower, leave dining the com ing week for M. Joseph, to spend a month with their parents there. Mrs. Gower is so well pleased with Santa Fe that in all probability she will return with Mrs. Twitchell and spend the heated term here and enjoy Santa Fe's beautiful sum mer climate. ROUXD ABOUT TOWN. Dr. Louis Zaballa has gone to Manitou, Colo., for a few weeks. . Hon. H. L. Waldo is expected to return to Santa Fe during the coming week. Mr. B. Schuster, a prominent merchant f Bernalillo, is in the city to-day on busi ness. Mrs. Barton, who has been visiting at St. Vincent's, returned to-day to her home in San Pedro. Senorita Loreto Chaves, of Sapello, who has been ill at Las Vegas some weeks, died Thursday evening. Mrs. Clias. Johnson has so far recov ered that Mr. Johnson expects to leave Monday on his trip west. Father Cabello took the narrow gauge passen ger yesterday morning for Antonito, to be gone about ten days. Judge 8. B. Newconib, the well known Las Cruces attorney, is in the capital ; he has quarters at the Palace. Mr. John J. Cuckerell has returned from his eastern viBit to Lincoln county, greut.ly improved in health. Miss Scruggs and Mr. Littlehales will sing in the church of the Holy Faith at tiie service to-morrow morning. Mrs. Volk is expected to return shortly from a prolonged visit at Niagara Falls, New York and other eastern cities. Mr. Lewis, operator in the Western Union telegraph office, expects to leave Monday for a visit with relatives in Ha vana, ill. Mr. John H. Knaebel leaves to-night for Socorro, w here he will attend to seme legal business, thence he goes to Denver on like business. Lieut. Clarke, 10th infantry, Is in Wash ington City, expecting a detail there in place of Davids island. Mrs. Clurko is also in Washington at present. Yfsterday being Santa Cruz Jast day, a number of Santa Feans, including several of the Fathers, wer.t up to Espau ola to be participants in the exercises. Born on Thursday, May 1 last, to Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Eldodt, a pretty little girl baby. Mother and child doing well, the father is also well. Congratulations. Geo. IL Bain, who went to Chicago to have his eyes operated on, writes that his left eye has recovered its sight sufficiently to enable him to read moderately small print. Hon. E. A. Fiske comes over from Las Vegas regularly and enjoys his Sundays at home. He will be over to-morrow as usual, although court business keeps him right busy. Sam Eldodt, the well known and pop ular San Juan merchant, is expected to return to New Mexico about the middle of June. It is understood that he is still heart whole and fancy free. Mr. T. G. Littlehales has decided to re main in Santa Fe for a time after closing his contract with the Gas company, But in what business he'will 6eek success is as yet problematical. Hon. W. T. Thornton Is preparing for another trip to Eugland. He will take along an empty valise and bring back 8 .venteen well filled trunks. However, this latter statement is not made under oath. Mrs. Staaband daughters left New York on Thursday for anta Fe, and will reach here to morrow night. Mr. Staab leaves this afternoon and meets them at Las Vegas to-morrow, coming home with them. Solictor Geaortl and Mr. Burtlctt are E. Yoxail, of Denver, is at the Palace. Capt. P. Smith, of Gallup, is in the city-to-day. Chas. II. Brown, of Howell, Mo., is at the Palace. Look after the plaza ; how about the new benches? W. H. Hudson, of New York, is a Tisi tor at the Palace. Dr. Stone, of New York, la iu the city, stopping at the Place. John Gray makes a first class witness, if he is not asked too much. Sacred concert in Fra Diavola at Gray's opera house to-morrow night. Soda water, pure fruit sirup, and milk shakes, at Creamer's to-morrow. Mrs. Parker's ice cream parlors will be open to the public to-morrow afternoon. Ben. Tuthill, manager of the California Opera company, arrived in the city last night accompanied by lus wife. v At the Exchange : Capt. Smith, G 1 lup; Mrs. Stark, Laniy; Henry Measte Cerrillos ; A. W. Layton, Chicago. ltead Prof. Bandolier's interesting de- scription of the antiquities and pueblos of New Mexico. It will pay you. Charley Dudrow, of the transfer firm of Dudrow & Hughes, is in Denver on buai ness. He returns on Tuesday next. A big game of base ball will be played on the college grounds to-morrow after noon. Game commences Bt 2 o'olock. The police should take and impound stray animals. Animals should not be allowed to stray about the streets. Windsor, the popular carpenter, is fix ing up a very neat and commodious office on the west side of the plaza for Wunsch maun, the insurance agent. Windsor is a first class workman. Bids for furnishing and delivering ma terial for repairing the water works at Fort Marcy will be opened in the quar termaster's ollice Thursday, May 8, at 11 a. ni., by Major Summerhayes. Upper Palace avenue is being improved A gang of about twenty prisoners is being worked there. The entire street ought to be graded and improved. It is the popiv lar drive and contains some of the finest residences in town. The more it is im proved the better. The consul of Italy, who is stationed at Denver, iias written the governor to learn of the whereabouts of one Geosuele Pitti nato, w ho has been missing for a number of years. The consul has been informed that he is Somewhere in New Mexico, con nected with the army. A wagon load of produce was brought in yesterday from the Mennonite settle ment in southern Santa Fe county, con sisting of eggs, butter, poultry, etc. Mr. VV. N. Etumert, who has contracted to handle all the produce of this people, took the goods. He says that they are very prompt in all their dealings, and that their trade relations have been very pleas ant and satisfactory. The party brought in over 300 dozen eggs yesterday. At the Brewery Terrace. Buck beer aud Bock wurst, May i. AMUSEMENTS. ARTESIAN WATER FOR IRRIGATION. Information Wanted as to the Bt Loca tions for Al-lewian It liter in New Mexico. Acting Gov. Thomas has ret"fl'vd h ; letter from Louis ii. Carpenter, meteorol : ogist and irrigation encineer of the Color j ado agricultural cojlege and experiment i station, asking information relative to sources of water in New Mexico. Sec. Rusk, of the agricultural depart ment at Washington, has authorized an investigation of the subject of artesian wells as a source of water supply for irri gation purposes, the limit of the country being the foot-hills of the Rocky moun tain range on one side, and meridian i)7 on the other. Nearly the whole of the eastern portions of Colorado and New Mexico have been assigned to Mr. Carpen ter, and as there are onlv about thirty days more in which t do the work, that gentleman desires the governor to furnish him any information at hand concerning the streams of eastern New Mexico and the possibilities of finding artesian water in sufficient quantities to successfully irrigate. The names of the members of the territorial legislature and other persons likely to be posted on the matters are asked for and also descrip tions of the best locations for wells. It is to be hoped that the investigation will be carried out in a systematic man ner and thus determine whether or not irrigation in New Mexico with artesian weils as the source of water supply can bea success. For the small amount of money required to make experiments of this sort the government could make no better in vestment. Letter Lint. List of letters remaining uncalled for in the postolfice at Santa Fe, New Mexico, for the week entling May 3, lS'.iO. If not called for within two weeks will be sent to the dead letter office at Washington : Adler, M A ler, G B (2) Ar ntbas, lemente i have., Seferlna respiu, KoBarlo Motitolla, Altae;rasia Montoya, Lorenzo Muntolla, Caudido Olivas, Jtiau. Ponce, Demeirio BIOOKST PRESENT BVkR GIVEN AWAY. To-night closes the Bell-Ellis engage ment in this city, and a $100 organ will be given away, which is the biggest present ever put up by any show in Santa Fe. Each person attending will receive a number to the drawing. The Bell-Ellis combination has fully come up to its prom ise in giving attractive entertainments and lias given entire satisfaction. Should it visit the city again it will be greeted with a ;tpod house. To-night's show promises some new features and will no doubt be largely attended. BACREn CONCERT. The sacred concert will be given to morrow evening by the California Opera company. This company has the reputa tion of being one of the best on the road, and the concerts receive the highest praises from the press all over the coun try. The orchestra is composed of a num ber of the best musicians traveling, and the singing by the young ladies, in cos tumes, is said to be superbly fine. The company's engagement in 8anta Ke calls for only two nights ; on Sunday night the popular sacred concert will be given, and Monday night the famous Said Pasha will be the attraction. Ad mission, popular piices. Seats on sale at Creamer's drug store. SAID PASHA. This beautiful comic opera will be pro duced at Gray's opera house on next Monday night by the California Opera company, this company came to us high ly recommended. The Denver News writes of their performances as follows: Miss Ida Mulle again won much favor as Serena in "Said Pasha" last evening. To her, perhaps more than any comic opera star that has been in Denver for some, time can the term chic be applied. She is charming throughout, delightfully clever and exceedingly attractive. Some of the songs in this composition have been written by a Colorado journalist, Mr. Earl Marble, of the Leadville Herald Democrat, and the music is by Mr. R. Stahl. This opera, however, was so fully noticed when given here a short time ago that details are unnecessary further than to sav that the support ia excellent. It will be given again to-mignt. Gie-seinan, (Jlar.-nc E Rodriguez, Aimsta lo Qouzaka, Kefuglo Nalmar, Doniciaiio (it-nzales, Kpimenio tiauchez, Prudeuciauo H Baser. B tancuez Manueia Holmes Antonla Sandoval y Valencia, Hovey. bantlauo - Alaunel Jaramlllo, Nestor Bitmcros, KllaQ Kounhley, Klleu Mnv rs, Maud Lew In, Kot t r 1 raj lilt, Juan Ramon Maestax, Bonifacio Trujillo, Teresita (2) Mcuank'l, I jrus Viilson, i reen In calling please say advertised and give the date. Jacob Weltmer, P. M. At the Brewery Terrace. Buck beer and Hock w urst. May 4. Pretty little Sallie Gable is happy. She won the gold lady's watch at the Bell Ellis matinee this afternoon. Abe Gold yesterday shipped east three burros, two going to New York and one to Cincinnati. CUUKCH NOTICES. To-morrow, the fourth Sunday after Easter, the services in the church of the Holy Faith will be as follows; Matins and holy eucharist with sermon at 11 a. m. The seats in this church are not appro priated and to all persons is gladly ex tended the privilege of worshiping therein. Thomas Harwood, superintendent of M. E. Mexican missions, will preach in the Methodist church to-morrow at 11a. m. Sunday school at 10. All are in vited. At the Presbyterian church on May 4, Sunday school at 9:45 a, m. j morning and evening services at 11 and 7 :30, re spectively. The Society of Christian En deavor will hold its regular weekly meet ing at 6:45 p. in. All persons who do not regularly attend public worship else where in Santa I'e are cordially invited to attend this church ; seats are not rented, but are open to all. i-J 111 at SB POWDER Absolutely Pure. This TKwdr never varies. A marvel of nnrltv strength ami w-httlesomeneBS. More economical thau the ordinary kimis, and can not be sold In com petition with the multitude of low teat, short weiirht. alum or ihoRihatu Dowdere. Bold onlv in caiiH, Royal baking Powder Co., 106 nan sireei, w. W. F, DOBBIN. MIGUEL CHAVKZ. Fulton Market M, Oysters, Vegetables, fresh Meals, Butter, Pig's Feet, Tripe, Pickles of all Kinds. Fresh Fish, Salt Fish of all Kinds. Canned Goods, Yoes' Maple Syrnp Honey, Chipped Beef, and all kinds of truit in season. FKEE AND PROMPT DELIVERY. Oar goods are nil KHK8H aud gaarantasd JuaC'as represented. Wheat Germ at Emmert's. Joseph ElBter, florist, offers for sale pansies, 50 cent per dozen ; violets and pinkK, both double and simile, rosebushes verbenas, crysanthemums and over 100 other varieties of green house plants. Fresh plum pudding, at So. 6. Fine Mc Braver whisky at Colorado sa loon. Try the Monarch wax beans, at No. 6. Milk 10c a quart; Oc a glass, at Colo rado saloon; Fresh supply of cream cheese, at No. 6, John McCullough Havana cigar, 5c, at Uolorauo saloon. Pickled tripe in two pounds cans, at ftinmert s. Try the Nkw Mexican's new outfit of material and machinery whon you want nne lob printing or hlanlr hoolr work. Granula, a new breakfast dish, at No. 6, The mosquito will soon show the Amer ican people w hether hides are free or not Philadelphia Times. BUSINESS NOTICES. WANTS. GRAY'S OPERA HOUSE. TWO NIOHT8 ONLY. Commencing. Suniay, May i thecmiforhTaopeba CO In the Merry Comic Opera, Said Pasha! BEAUTIFUL MUSIC! C0RGE0US C0STUME5! ELEGANT SCENERY! Hale of eeatu begiaii at Creamer drug tore on Tuesday. Sacred Concert & Fra Diavalo ON SUNDAY NIGHT. Reserved Seats $1.25; Seats $1 Marble and Granite MONUMENTS Of tie Mul Artistic Dnlfiu AT LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES. AT LUNGER'S UNDERTAKING HOUSE. JNO. HAMPEL, Tin, Tar and Gravel PLUMBING HDD GtS fllTIHG, Lowest prlcei and flrt class work. LOWER 'FRISCO ST., SANTA FB W. M SOL. SPIEGELBERG The old reliable merchant t Santo r, ha added largely hi stock of GENTS' SHING GOODS Fill And thoM In need of any nrUole la hi line weald do well tooaUonbinx ON SAN FRANCISCO STREET WTANTliD. Salesmen at oucc: a few (rood VV men to sell oar (foods by cample to the wnoi'Haie ana reran trade; we are tne largrat niauiiiacturers tu our uue; uocrai salary paid; permauent position: moucv advanced or waives, advertisiug, etc. Fur terms address Centennial 1IH. ('O . ChlCHIM, III. (il "t K. TO H-iiO A MONTH can be made work- tD i t J ing lot' us: tiersons preferred who can lui'iitHU a horse and give their wrTble time to the uusmess; spare moments may !e prontably eiro ployed abo; a few vacancies In towiis aud cit ca H K. Johnson A Co.. 1000 M ain St., Blcbmond.V WANTED. Aleuts to sell the rinleas Clothes Line; patent recentlv Issued; It holds i he clothes without plus: they do not freeze to in and can uot blow oil'; sample line scut by mail uOc ; fifty feet Hue by mall, 11.26. Kor circu ars, price list and terms address the 1'iuiesB domes Line Co., 17 ueimou St., Worces ter, Mass "1fAXTED. Man as secut of our patent safes. VV size iWxiaxltt Inches; 3u retail; all sites as low; new styles, uew patterns, new lock, new factory; not govtrned by safe cool; every safe warranted; rare chance; permanent business; our terms aud catalogue wl.l convince you agents cl-ar ;uo to juo per mouth; write for ex clusive territory. Alpine Hale Co., Cincinnati, uuio. FOR SALK. "OR SALE. Coal Declaratory Statements at tneoim eoi uany iskw mkxican. TT'OR 8AI.K OR KXCI1 ANQE.-Farm of 1.800 JO acres; fine fruit and graziugland; two miles ol station ana stemiers lu XJorchetter county. -uh.; price, rjji,uuu. j. k. Mcuoiiigai, uover, uei. T?OR SALE. Blank Letters of Hnardlauship A, ana tjiianitaus' uouu ana uatn at tne omce of the New Mkxican Printing company. FOR SALE. New Mexico laws of 1889 at the Dally Ktw Mexican ollice; paper binding, 3; sheep binding, U, lu English; (3.35 and M-3o in panisn, 1TVJR SALE. Sheriffs' blank Tax Sale Certlfl . cates at the office of the Daily Kkw Mkxi can. rX)R SALE. Teachers' blank Register Books L at tne oiuce ol tne Dolly new Mexican. LOST. LOST One bunch of keys with the name ol Hon. W. H. Mandcrfleld on the plate. finricr please return to tins omce. MISCKIXANEOUS. ARB YOU MARRIED? If not, send yonr ad dress with stamp to the American Corre sponding Club. V. O. box 643. Clarksburg, W. Va. CLARENDON POULTRY YABDl Eam FOR HATCH IN 4. Silver Wyandottes, tight Branmaa, Houdana. Ground Bone. Orator Shell. Meat Serena. Drinking Fountain aud Imperial Ksa Food. Address ARTHUR BOYLE, Santa Fe, N. M, ZD- IB- rO-idj7 Landscape and Portrait Photographer mil am m stereoscopes coxstutlt hi bus, Atelier on the West Side of Plaza CLARENDON GARDEN Home Grown Fruits and Fruit Tree free from disease and Insect Pests. ARTHUR BOTLK. Agent for the Nixon Noizle A Machine Co I prepared to take order for epraylna rrnihirdi with Nixon' Little Olant Ma chine and Climax Spraj Noiale and In. eet Folson. Correspondence soncitea. p. . box 105. Sunt re, V. M ALHAIYIBRA Barber shoP TKBTTHIMQ New, Neat, First Class Mt Bide of thm flnxa. HOTand COLD BATHS W. J SLAUGHTER, 33. ID. lE-A-lxTZ;, difai.kk in Hardware.Crockery & Saddlery Agent for BAIN & MOLINE Farm & Spring Wagons AND RACINE BUCKBOARDS. J. L VAN ARSDELL & CO., Livery, Feed and Sale Stables HAOKS AND BUSSES TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS. 'Frisco Street, Opposite New Mexican Office, SANTA FE, N. St. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TOURISTS. Board and Care for Horses t tl Most Kean1'le Rate. Santa Fe Nursery! Often to the trad the finest and beat assorted selection ot ACCLIMATED -:- NURSERY -:- STOCK Ever oflbred In the west. SEND FOB SIFZELIHSTO- PRICE LIST 1S90 0" Satisfaction Guaranteed. .iiJ GRANT RIVENBURG, - Propr IjKALKlt I.N Tombstones & Monuments AND IRON FENCINC. First Class Material and Ebpecially Low Prices, I 1 6 West 6th St.. PUEBLO, COCO omai.br m H ARD WlAlRlE Plumbing, Gas & Steam Fitting. BKKXABDINO BACA. JOHB D. SEN A, n. BACA & SEHsTA, FACTO It Y NO. 6. Uanuraoturera, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Domestic and Foreign Cigars! Factory and Store, EAST SIDE OF PLAZA, PostofTlce Box 16 Santa Fe, N. M. New Store! New Goods; AT THE OLD STAND. I take pleante in railing atteuilon of the publio to my atoek of Dry Goods and Clothing, HATS, CAPS, BUUI5 ANU Staple & Fancy Groceries. Ha him on. Hunt nor atnle srood lu the bonne: everythlnK anank. anas new. I reel. good oa.ly from eastrru ancCI", aud aui able tu ami WILL nil at eaiteru price. Hay, Grain Hud feed a specialty. Uouda oellvered to all parte of the city free. Give me call aud nave mono. ABE GOLD, Lower San Francisco St. For Sale and to Rent. ESTATE AND OTHEB PROPERTY. " and water. Weuid be routed furulshid or unfurnished at vtry reasonable rates. Aao three rooms adjoining, ouly ,10. Several other suites of rooms, office and houses, from 7.60 to tSO per mouth. FOR SALE At great bargains, some of the most desirable building sites In Santa Fe; also fmip and onc.hfiif nri tu-i,lv Ar-rtH itWitH tuHr f.ATiltol ljuildiui!: also w ell loeated six rooms resi dence, stable aud ouihou6es, one acre ol ground lu high state oi cultivation, numberless choice Deariug iruit ana snaue trees, Denies, asiaiaKUB ecu, cic, iu peueei orueri hibo a nv w niw un 1'aiAeu tv.nuR. riintilnir thruuifh to Kan Krauclsco street! aud about 100 feet east of vlaxa. belnar one of the very best locations iu the city for improvement with hotel, opera house, etc. Buy at Bottom Prices and Sell at Top lih.um.t a tit.as.tnl real AKf.ftt.A ntwrHilAHnn. Thig nnnortnnltv Itn 1,11V fit hottom nrl) occurs but once In a life time, and is now here In Suuta Fe, one of the mom beautifully loeated cities on eartn and destined to be the "queen resilience city of tne southwest." aud the fash ionable "summer resort ' of the nation. GEO. W. KNAEBEL, Attorney, - Palace Ave., near Court House, SA i'A FE.. lank Book Manufactory ! AND BINDERY. All kinds of Itlank Books used by Merchants, ' Banks, County Oiiicials, Mining and Railroad Companies made to order Blanks of-all kinds ruled and printed to order. Music and Magazines neatly aud substantially bound. The best of material usel? prices moderate and work warranted. A 1 orders by mail receive prompt attention. , . Old Bods and Music Rebound. NEmEyiCAN PRINTING CO.