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Tiie Daily Kew Mexican
THURSDAY, MAY S. DOINGS OF TEE DELEGATES. G. M. CREAMER We have in nwtcb a lib of Toilet ArtiHe of pvory ilescriptiuu; also a l ull line of mixtrlr 1 Cigars IiimiUmJ falifurnki Wim-s auni liruutUtM. The New Mexicans Go on Excursions to New York, Pniladuk'hia and Other Places. st vie. It will not onlv be an oraimnmt to I Urn CniHppr avenue but to the entire citv as veil hs a vulimhle enterprise. Mr. Keascr les .-ryes no small amount of m'llit fir i!ip enterprise he has ilia phivoii in Ik Iping to builil up Santa Ke, Mirrt1 tiiich men are needed in Hub city. What the Delegates are Doing Pushing Statehood Arranging for their Departure. Everybody artmit we carry the largest stock in the territory 1a our lino, consequently we dvfy competition iu quality or in ritet. OPEN DAY OR WIGHT METEOROLOGICAL. Opru or Obhrhvrr. i Sums He. N. M.. Muy 7 tVO.I 2: gig? a as a. m a; 84 1 i-S j 31 j I iflimiiis 6:A6 -li I 72 1 6 I W 15 IClouUlu Mini" nm Tumperaiure. 41- total Hreoipltatiou . .DO W. L. Wiiimkyf. Senrt., Slciial ('errs. Nr.ro -1 lnr,,,'ai. pri ricl'slion iiiMr.i.rwiim'e, Laws ot New Mexico ot iu, SPA ISH & Kiva-LISH At the Kew Mexican Ofllco. :-'pccM..I Corrospnudi-uco of the Now Mexican . Hkauqrs. New Mkxko Dklkoatiox. ) U1J (. Struct, Washington, May 4, 1890.) Tho New Mexicans aro beginning to yearn for their native simtsliine. They have had (reijiient occasion for thinking of it of lute by way of contrast with the damp atmosphere always prevalent here in the Kpruii:. It's raining hero again tiiis Sunday afternoon, but not many of the delegates are here to express the oft repeated remark : ''Hope it's raining in New Mexico also." THEV TAKE A DAY OKK. Saturday and Sunday was seized upon by the delegates for excursions on business or pleasure to other points. Judge Axtell went to visit his (laughter, Mrs. C. M. 1'hillips, HtMorristowu,N,J. Jov. I'rince ran ovtr to New York. Hon. Trinidad A lurid and yuiir representative took iu I'liiladfcipliiayester.lay. .Mr. (iilder.-deeve is ui t'.ooton. lrugnist Spencer got back Iroin New York this nfieriioon. Judge iiooth is iu Connecticut, where he used to t-erve faithfully, as lie does all things, as a sure enough judge. Cel. T. 15. Mills is in Troy, N. Y. Dr. llouck hasgoneover to Lebanon, l'a., to see the old folks al home. W. 11. Kennedy left Friday last h.r northern Kew York, where lie will sell a farm for the pu poeenf putting mure money iLtot'enillos real estate. .iokk ox nrtit. Geo. H. Utter lias been to Knltimore to cajture a hotel tliii f who robbed bis room of a suit of clothes and valuable minim? papers he got the thief and recovered his effects, liy the way, Mr. Utter is the only delegate not an ex-inemher of con-grei-s who has succeeded in getting on to tlielloorof the house. He went prowl ing around the capitol and, hat in hand, walked Mpiarelv into the saired precincis of the luw makers, nnd started for Mr. Joseph's desk. How he ever escaped the vigilance ot the doorkeepers will alwavs remain a mystery in Mr. Joseph's mind. This incident bus created no little fun at headquarters. but the balance of the delegates Messrs. Marmon and bond went to Mount Yernoii. Mr. Hughes put. in a pleasant day dining with an old friend, the present i-ttortiey general of Indiana. Gov. Stover and Col. Thos. Smith TALKED STATEHOOD in the rotunda of the National hotel al the afternoon. Geo. F. l'atrick, of Silver City, who is here taking a course of study at the National law school, showed up at headquarters this morning as usual, but the rain drove him home. Joshua Raynolds went over to liallunore on business; Dele gate Joseph and Mr. Vii tory went to the Dominican cliuicti; i. . Smith skipped to boston on a mining deal, and so about all are accounted lor, pave Juiliie Tumble i n:s nonie oia uoman and slauucli sup ported of state hood kept his room ut the .National liotel ail day. StNATOll JJIXK'S DPATfT. Yesterday at the 15. & 0. depot his old friend Senator beck, of Kentucky, fell dead from heart distase, and the sad circumstance has been especially sorrow ful to Judge Trimble, as it is to all our delegates, for Senator Heck Was a pretty staunch friend of New Mexico. The snot w here the lamented Gurlield fell at the hands of the assassin is marked with a brass star on the floor of the B. & O. depot; Senator beck dropped dead within a lew feet of this historic point. WINDING ft' THE BlblNKHS. Trobably on Wednesday or Thursday most of the delegates will be trimming their sails for the homeward voyage. The trains to night aud early to-morrow morn ing will liad them here, and an earnest day's work is before them for Monday, as Senator Kdmunds and also the senate cmiiuuthe on territories will be inter Viewed. To morrow alo aud Thursday morning nnd evening the question of a tinal getting together on statehood will be considered by the delegation. American .Mining Company. Articles of incorporation of the Ameri can Mining company were yesterday filei with the secretary. The capital stock of the company is $300,000; names of d: rectors for first six months, F. A. Man- uanares, Chns. II. Sporleder, August bor ne 1, J. K Losing, M. Dettrick, Chas. G Smith, A. H. U'liitmore; principal ollice, Last Las Vegas; object, to purchase and acquire mines, .manufactories and other property, real estate and personal, to re vive and operate mines, purchase mill sites, erect necessary buildings, mills and machinery for treatment and reduction of mineral ores and operate same, to sell mortgages and leases on any property ac q:iired by the company. KO USD ABOUT TOWN. Book publishing JCery dortpttwn wf Book nod Piulil4t wurk promptly ituti aMtly executed. li.Mttiuitt ftirutvlied tin HiipliiMlion. Jt jruu tit uiAiiUHvrii-t write to fcaail w Maicot to lb JEW MEXICAN PRINTING Cf! Fabetal of liou. J. M. Perea. The largest funeral that has ever oc curred in bernalillo county was that of the late Hon. Jesus M. I'erea, which took place yesterday in Albuquerque. A large delegation of the deceased's friends from all parts of the territory was present, ami the procession numbered several hundred hacks, carriages and buggies. At the church the services were solemn and impressive.. A daughter who had been atieiMling Echool in St. Louis ar rived Tuesday night, but was nut in formed of her father's death untill she arrived at bernalillo. A large delegation of Santa Feans at tended the funeral. The pall bearers were l'erfecto Armijo, Jesus b. Armijo, Nicolas T. Armijo, Juan Chaves y l'emi, of this city ; Antonio Ortiz y Salazar, Jose M. Moiiloya, Francisco Chaves, Sauta Ke; Jose i'iuo y baca, Socorro. A NEW BUSINESS HOUSE. Clean the streets and keep them clean. Leave orders with Mrs. SpraiUing for home made bread and pies. At last night's meeting of Carleton post, G. A. It., C. E. bartholomew, the well known constable at Cerrillos, was mustered iu as a Grand Army mail. Mr. Sayle, who met with an aceideiit yesterday morning just after being robbed, is somewhat better to-day, having rested w ell throughout the night. His condition, however, remains quite serious. Monier is getting ready to go ahead iu the manufacture of artificial stone. Yes terday lie received three car loads of lava, w hich is a component part of the mixture used in his process for artificial stone. J.J. Keller, representative of the Dia mond S. baking I'owdereouipauy, Dallas, lexas, was iu the city yesterday in the interest of his company. . S. Eiumert, the popular grocer, will hereafter handle tho goods of that Company iu this city iteai estate is being lield too high in this town. Cheaper business and resi dence iota aud more modern business aud private residences are needed here. Come down with your prices, you real estate ow uers aud give people a chance to buy and build. On yesterday afternoon the Santa Fe Gas company made a change in its super intendent, Mr. G. W. Ashdowu assumed charge of the works. He was the com pany's superintendent for many years aud until last July, and is well known to the people of Santa Fe. Mr. William J. Spence, a well known ranchero of Valencia county, and Mr. liomau Garcia, postmaster and merchant at l'unta del Agua, Valencia county, are iu the city on business before the United Slates land ollice. They report several hue rains in their section of the territory aud expect that the stock men will have a good year of it down there. The John Gray Hose company gives one of its enjoyable dances to-night at the ! opera house. Dancing commences at 8 o'clock. The arrangements are perfect and the dance should be well attended, both because the tire boys deserve it aud also because everyone present can count upon a that class and pleasant time. At tend the dance, trip the light fantastic and be merry all. The New Mexican is in receipt of com plimenlaries to the meeting of the Gen tlemeus1 Diiviug association at Albu querque, which commences on May 15 aud contiuues three days. The program I is a good one aud no doubt there will be some good racing. On the third day there will be a grand free for all trot, for a purso of i300. The round trip from Santa Fe over the A., T. & S. F. is $4.31 ltev. J. A. Menaul, sy nodical missiou ary and superintendent of missions of the l'resbyterian church in New Mexico and Arizona, with headquarters at Albuquer que, was in the city yesterday on busi ness connected with the mission school here. Mr. Menaul has been a resident of New Mexico for nine years and was the first Presbyterian minister at Albuquer que. Under his charge the handsome l'resbyterian church at Albuquerque was built. His present duties keep him trav eling a great deal, as Arizona also belong to this synod. He is well pleased with the mission sehoul here, and thinks it is doing good work. LEE WHITE'S DEPREDATIONS. Some Factn Not ller,-tir..r PublMirrt The hriir with JVe nf Men PurHultig (lie I.Mtuy Ullll,)l'l4. C. E. F.Rrtliolomew, constable at Cer rillos, culled at the Nkw Mbmcan othVe to-day to say that the papers had never gotten the straight of the Lee White troubles in Santa Fe county. He Raid that White's first break in southern Santa Fe county was early in February, when he held up John Llder and robbed him of $80, leaving $700 on his person, and that for this olTens White was arrested on the Kl I'aso bridge and lodged in jail in this city. Mr. bartholomew says that about February 17 White wen! into Dick bobbins' residence at Cerril'os. broke open some trunks, took a Winches ter rifle, one double barreled shot gun and other small tricks of more or less value. two men were with him at the time mid one of them was recognized as "Nnirrn bunch," a well known character nronml Cerrillos, the other a Mexican. Barthol omew had a complaint filed niramst White, and when he learned that Hip latter was about to be released from jail on bond, he had a war rant issued tor his arrest. When he was released he was re arrested and taken before Justice Kendall at Cerrillos to answer to this charge. He waived examination and gave bond in the sum of .$1,000 to appear before the next grand jury, Ins liondsinen being the same as those in the case of the Klder hold up. ii ui w remeinoereu mat w lute stole two horses lrom Deputy Sherill Cruti h- neld, of Cerrillos, some time ao. and somehow the reports gained circulation that he .fas arrested for the oll'ense and placed under bonds lor his appear ance. If us, however, is a mistake, as no warrant was issued for his arrest in this case. White returned one of the horses shortly after taking them and said that if the matter was kept quiet tie would return the other, which he claimed was in Old Mexico. Crutehlield. hoiiing to get his other horse, made no complaint, and has not yet recovered the stolen property. ni. J. speuce.ot I'mos Wells, arrived in the city yesterday and says he has a charge to make against White in Valen cia county, similar to that of the Crutch held case. Word comes over the wire from Lamv thiB morning that Sheriff Chavez had ar rived at Albuquerque and w ith a posse of men had gone iu pursuit of White and tus accomplice, supposed to be Truiillo. uiscrici Attorney i witcliell has received telegrams from A., T. A S. F. ollicials aying that the road would furnish heln for the capture of the two men who held up and robbed its employes at Lamy. Information at hand to-day is to the e"f fect that at !);30 on the night of the rob bery at Lamy unknown parties fired several siiocb at me caboose on the west round freight train two miles from San Miguel; that the conductor heard ibn bullets as they flew by the cupola, but fortunately no one was hurt. It is rumored on the streets to-dav that a party of four men were seen yesterday morning by .Nestor Kovba near l'edro lielgado's ranch, in the vicinity of Lamy. The rumor has it that this is the party that committed the robbery in Lamy ; that Koybal is well acquainted w ith White and Truiillo, and recognized the latter as one of tiie gang. Ko bal says that White was not one of the party. There is little doubt but that with the Santa Fe railroad detectives after the rob bers they will soon be taken in and brought to justice. TEKK1TOKIAL TIPS. Rip POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity thau I he ordinary kinds, and can not be sold in :ni:.H!Tirioi wun me multitude of low teat. Minn weignt, alum or jihoKpriate powder. Bold ,V. fi an Koyttl Haa'" Powder Co., 106 I " mi ireei, j. JD. 33. CHASE, Landscape and Portrait Photographer! i&m iim AND STEREOSCOPES CUKTUTIT (U Bill, Atelier on th West Side of Plaz W. F. DOBBIN. MIOLEL CHAVEZ. Fulton Market hi Oysters, Vegetables, fresh Meats, Butter, Pig's Feet, Tripe, 1'ickleB of all Kinds. Fresh Fish, Salt Fish of all Kinds. Canned Goods, loes' Maple Syrup, Money, Chipped Beef, and. all kinds of truit in season. FREE ADO PROMPT DELIVERY. Our guana are all PltHSH ami guaranteed Juflt na represented. m. id. jpA.ixrz, IIKAI.hK ll Hardware.Crockery&Saddlery Agent for BAIN & MOLINE Farm fc Spring Wagons AMI RACI1ME BUCKBOARDS. OFFICIAL WAIFS. SUBSCRIBE FOR T H Fearless, free, consistent la its editorial opin ions, ham per- d by no tie. E inf WW il S . M ? Ill n v X If IT l fijMcUTljr i devoted to the ' F growing interests of the rich and promising coming eUte of New Mexico. Jiy EVESO0DT WiJT8 IT. To be rSullt on Dun Ganpar Avenue by Mr. K. N. ltrnser-It ulll be Large aud Coiiiiiiodloim. Santa Fe may be a liitle slow in some things, nevertheless Bhe is gradually and surely getting to the front. During the past three years she has made no little de velopment in the way of building im provements. The work has gone on quietly without any of the wind or weak booms that accompany the early lifeof numerous towns. In the residence portions of the city will be noticed many now and hand some dwellings, some of them large and palatial and all of them of a more sub stantial character than those built iu j ears gone by, A number of new business houses have a'so sprung up. The latest in this line is a two-story brick house to be built on Don Gasper avenue by Mr. E. N. Keaser. The location is south of the avenue and midway between the river and San Fran circo street. The stone for the foundation is now being put on the grounds and a number of men begun this morning the work of excavations for what promises to be one nf the most substantial business houses in the city. A reporter for the Nkw Mexican this morning saw Mr. Reaser and was in formed that the new building will be completed in about three months or a little less time. It is to be two stories high, and 25x75 feet, and built in modern lesterday, in accordance with the law, the governor pardoned out of the penitentiary James i'rice aud Samuel Grillin, their terms of sentence having expired, and for good behavior restored them to citizenship. The following named persons have been commissioned as notaries public Luis A. C. de liaca, Baca. Mora county Meyleri bruner, Albuquerque; Kdmund Bi beer, Las Cruces ; Win. E. Keliey, So corro; Win. b. bayle, Folsom. PKKSONAL. At the Exchange: M. F. Glaser, Den ver; Milton F. Comstoek and wife, Gales- burg, III. ; A. b. Sights, H. T. Kendall Kendall City ; Joe Hesch, M. Chapell Durango; Ldward J. McVey, Kansas City ; A. E. Carver, Elbert, Colo. : T. II. Mueik, Antelope Springs. J. W. Douelly, acting land commis sioners oi mo a. & f. n. a., came up from Albuquerque to-day. lie registers at the 1'ajace. Chas. b. Porter, of Michigan City, is a visitor at Santa Fe, stopping at the I'alace. Capt. Nicanor Vigil, a prominent citi zen of Taos county, is in the city on business. M. Morris, of New York, and E. L. Flor, of Valley, Neb., are at the Palace. Helen S. Ilayt, of New York, is a guest at the Palace. J. W. Eddy, of Oswego, N. M., is at the Palace. A Bad Indian. Dr. Dorchester, superintendent of In dian schools, had a narrow escape the other day while traveling across the Nava jo reservation. He had been warned by a friend that he was in danger on the road to Laguna, and feeling a premonition of it sent a friendly Indian ahead. This man soon found hid among the rocks an Apache sith his r.fle in readiness toshoot the doctor, who he supposed was coming to take the children away to attend school, it was a narrow escape for the distin guished' doctor. The grand jury at Las Vegas is still grinding awav. Up to date about twenty live bills have beeu returned. Cattle shipments to the north have been commenced and ihe roads are hav ing all the work they can do in that line. Col. W. H. Moore fell in an epileptic iu on me doorstep ol las residence at Watrous yesterday afternoon, dislocating his neck and dying almost instautly. It is reported that thousands uf cattle are being shipped into ihe Cherokee strip in defiance of the president's proclama tion and the efforts of the military to pre vent it. Ranchmen predict a good crop among calves this year. Already numbers of the little fellows are beginning to put in an appearauce, and the good condition of the range together with the warm weather will do much to keep them alive. It is thought the crop of 18Ui) will exceed that of 1880. Silver City note : John Broekman has just completed a large mining deal in a lot of Hanover zinc mines, with the Min eral l oint Mining company of Wisconsin. Several thousand dollars changed hands. Mr. Brcckmanhas beeu assiduously w ork ing up this deal for some time back. John is to be congratulated. He is doing good work in behalf of Grant county, and very materially assi-ting in its prosperity. Try the Nkw Mexican's new outfit of material and machinery when you want fine iih printing or blank hook work. J. L. VAN ARSDELL & CO., ' . Livery, Feed and Sale Stables HA3KS AND BUSSES TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS. 'Frisco Street, Opposite New Mexican Office, SANTA FE, N. M. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TOURISTS. Bard and Care for Horten at the Most Keaauuable Rate. Santa Fe Nursery! uaera to toe trade the flues t and best assorted selection ot ACCLIMATED -:- NURSERY -:- STOCK Kver offered tn the west. SIEnSTD FOR SIFZR,! ISTG- PRICE LIST 1890 flat" Satbsfactiou Guaraiiteed.grj Propr M. W. Neff line sold to John Brock nian the property known as the Neft zinc mine, located in the Hanover district. lho consideration is believed to be quite iioge. uk me same day reter Maugall bonded the Munnall & Black zinc mina. also located in the " Hanover district, tn me same gentleman. This places Mr. Urockman in the possession of all the developed zinc mines in Grant cotiutv. it is understood that in bonding and pur chasing these properties lie is acting as me agent oi a large syndicate of Illinois capitalists. butlee. Notice is hereby given that the partner- snip neretoiore existing under the firm name of Cartwright & Griswold, is this day dissolved bv mutual consent. H H Cartwright w ill continue the business at the old staud and will pay all outstanding uongmioiis. ivitner memner ol the firm is empowered to make collections. H. B. Cahtwbight, E. S. Gkiswolo. Santa Fe, May 1. 18110. Go to No p for strictly fresh eggs. GRANT RIVENBURG, josepn l-.i ter, liorist, oilers for sale: pansies, 50 cents per dozen ; violets and piiiKs, ootli double and single, rosobush.es, veroenas, crysanthemuins and over 100 otner varieties ol ttreeu house plants. Fresh supply oi that line creamery but- ier at jimmert s. Fine Mcbrayer w hisky at Colorado sa loon. buy your baking powder and get a nice set oi glassware at No. ti. DEAl.EH IN Milk 10c a quart; 5c rado saloon. a glass, at Colo- Fresh cream candy at No. 0. John McCullough Havana cigBr, 6c, at voioraoo Huioori. Fresh vegetables Thursday mnrnino- nt - o 1IU. u. Upright l'lano for Bale. A tine new instrument for sain chnan aim on easy terms. Apply to Geo. W. I.- i .i .... i ineoei, Huoruey. I aiace avenue, near court bouse, Niula Fe, N. M. Tombstones.&; Monuments AND IRON FENCINC. First Class Material aud Especially Low Prices. I 1 6 West 5th St., ... PUEBLO. COLO BUSINESS NOTICES. DM1.IS IB WAISTS. .17ANTED lU.OOOold magazlueBto be bound . t iti mr it..w ..ittnrAW H nooK bindery. WAN'Tlii). i,ouo pouudi old type metal at this ollice. I FOK HA I.E. Ti'OU 8 U.K. Coal Declaratory Htatemcuta at A tliooffli-eoi Daiiy Nkw Mkxicaw. T.-'OR S.U.K Oil KXCllANtiK. Farm of l.HOO X aeres; line fruit am! grazing laud; two mile ui Miiiiiui ami itwimir. iu uorclie-ter couuty. Mrl.; price, iUUJO, j. r, Mciioulgnl. Dover, Del. IfOli B.VI.fc. Blault ctters of (iuardlauBhip 1 nuuuiiitMiinua nim mm VUl u at me OOlCe ol tin; Nkw Mexican Printing company. I.XIR SAl.K. New Mexico laws of lSHIi at the ; Daily Nkw JIkxican ollice; paper binding, :il sheen binding, 4, iu English; 3.36 aud 4.3i in o)iauinii. TA)K SAI.K. Sheriuv blank Tax Rain ftartin. X cares al the ollice of the Dally 'aw llKXi-1 H A R DlWlAjRlE ' - I Plumbing, Gas & Steam Fitting. IjiOll HAl.K. Teachers' blank Register Books . at the ollice of ihe Daily .Nkw Mexican. MISCEI.LANKOU8. A KK YOU MAKKIKD? If not. send vonr mA. IX dress with stamp to tho American Corre Hug l-luli. P.O. box 4:t. fllarksburg, W. Va. Punch, Brothers, Punch; Punch with Care Marble and Granite MONUMENTS Of the Hut Artistic Design: AT LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES. AT OLINGER'S UNDERTAKING HOUSE. JNO. HAMPEL, Tie, Tar and Grave PLUMBING AND CAS FITIISC, Lowest prices aud first class work. LOW Kit 'FKISOO ST., SANTA FK N. M SOL. SPIEGELBERG The old reliable merchant at Nanta r, haa added largely to hla stock of GENTS' ' FURNISHING GOODS CLARENDON POULTRY YARB ABE COLD, New Store; New Goods; AT THE OLD STAND. 1 take pleasure Iu alliuir atteuilun of the nubile to m atnrb of Dry Goods and Clothing, ilAld, UKrj), OUU I 5 ANU 5 nuts, Staple & Fancy Groceries. Mo ab-.u wuru, Uut nor stale enoda in the house: overvii.i,,. i. ....ni, I HOW. 1 reuel.e Kuotl da Iv rroin e.Nt.rii unnlln. m.i.i .... -.iu .n uai 1 -77 at eastern rlcea. May, O, ain and etl Bieclalty. oouti. ueltverad to aU uarta r the clt, fron. Give in. a call aud aat e ui.'net. F"r Lower San Francisco 8t. BUGS FOR HATOIIINO. Silver Wyandottea, Light Branmas, Houdans. Uroaud Hone, Oyster Shell, Meat Scraps, ARTHUR BOYLE, Santa Fa. N.M. For Sale and to Rent. ESTATE AND OTHEft PROfERTr. CLARENDON GARDEN Home Crown Fruits and Fruit Tree. free from Disease and Insect Pests. ARTHUR BOVLB. Agent for the Nixon Nozile Machine Co la prepared to take orders for iDravlna Orchards with Nlxon'a Little Olaut Ma. chine and Cllmaa Spray Noaala and In. ecu roiiuo. Correspondence Solicited. i. I.. i! i in, 4,1 Fe, W. at ALHAIilBRA Barber shoP VBRVTHINQ And those In need of any arrlcle ta hla line would do well to eall on Um. ON SAN FRANCISCO STREET New, Neat, First Class Ban Side of the t lia. HOTand COLD BATHS W. J. SLAUGHTER, FraaartaUM. TO LBTa Housa of nix rnirnii nn nouf .,),. ..f f ...1 1 r.. . i. i .i i . aud water. Wo.i h ...rr..". j 'S''""'. ""tiv""u """. 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J..1 Ulllg, umjr f 1J, 1UUUIU rv ri-asiinatile rariN. a.o flit-Ma Several other suites uf roouis, ouiues aud housen, from 7.50 to$3Uper ... . w , iKrea, 1 bargains, some of the most desirable building sires in Santa Fe; also -lour aud one-half aud twelve acres plots uear eapltol builcliug; also ell located six rooms real aeueo, slaljie and outhouses, oue acre of ground iu high stale oi cultlvaliou, numberless choice Bearing nuit and shade ire.rs, berries, aspa agus bed, etc., iu perfect order; also a plot of land on raiace aveuue, ruuuiug thr mguco Sail Kraucisco street, aud about 10J ftet east of ulaxa, belui oils of tiie very best locations iu the oily for improvement with hotel, opera house, tcT Buy at Bottom Prices and Sell at Top Is the secret of succe'stul real estate speculation, This opportunity (to buy at bottom price) occurs but ouce ma life time, aud is now herein Sauta Ke, oue of the most bi autiiuliy loeated cities on eartn aud destined to be tbo "queeu resiUeuue city of tiie southwest." aud the fasb louaule "summer resort ' of the uatiou. GEO. W. KNAEBEL, Attorney, I'alace Ave., uear Court House, SA&J.A FE. lank Book Manufactory! AND BINDERY. All kinds of Itlank Books used by Merchants, Banks, County Officials, Mining and Bailroad Couipiiies made to order Blanks of all kinds ruled and printed to order. M usic and Magazines neatly and substantially bound. The best of materials use 1; prices moderate and work warranted. A I orders by mail receive prompt attention. Old Boils and Music Rebound. NEW MEXICAN POINTING CO.