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-The Daily New Mexican THURSDAY, MAY 15. C. M. CREAMER WORLD FAIR COHMISSIOHEBS. 9 -SERK huh 3 W hr in (iw.ck a line of Toilet Article of very description; lo full lino ot Import ed Ulsrars fc I in ported ft C'litVriii:i Wines anil Hmutliett. verytxKlj tuimitn we carry the largest ito'-k in torritory In our line, coiiKcifiit-ntlf we dfy competition iu j utility or in price. OPEN DAY OR MIGHT METEOROLOCICAL. OPFK'K Of OFSRRVElt, Santa Fe, If. M.. May 14 1890.' R 7 SHIS a B 2 23.37 23.23 2.3 2.2. Cloudls Cloud Is 6:66 p.m sfuimnm Temperature fir' Mlntmam Tfcm narature. 4'J Total Precipitation 00 W. L. Widmkticii, flenrt., Signal Corps. Note -T Indicates precipitation Inannrwlahte. Laws ot New Mexico sflX) ish & BisraLiaH ros sals At Ui New Mexican Office. J. WELTMER BOOK, STATIONERY AND Newsjepot! M ABIE, TODD & CO.'S GOLD PENS hwk Candles a Specialty. Fine Clffars, Tobuoo, Notion. Kt. iLwai Western Division. TIME TABLE. WIKT11D. no. l. itio. 8 J. 15!' 7:11 83 l:40a i:lb 6:26 7:16 10:40 12:26 p 6:20' l:40l STATION8. 7:20 "i 7:46" 11:48" 1:20 p :oU" 6:56' 8:35' 10:36' 2:66 10:45 NO. 4 NO 2 I.Y.. Albuquerque. Ar i OOII0K6. . .. tngata .... .. allup .. .Navajo Mpiings Holbrook , Wiuf low Flaktfr..... Williams ..FreieottJin itlon . ...reach Springs.. Kingman .... Tlie needles Fenuet Daguett Lv Barstow Ar 1:00 n 7:;.0p 7:20" 2:65 1:20 10 :i7 8:40 6:27 4:40 2::nip 9.30 a :0li" 4:54 3 2. . 12 M U:l0p 8:SI) 6:20 U:40pjl2:50' I 4:45 " 5:40 a CONNECTIONS. ALBUQUERQUE A., T. & 8. F. Kailway for all points east and south. FKEHCO'IT JUNCTIOn-Prescrtt & Arirona Central railway, lor tort Yt nipple ad Pre Antt. BAR8TOW California Southern railway for Los Annelea, can uiego ana otner siutn in i,,n fomia points. MOJAVH onthern Pacific tor Pan Francisco, Sacramento and nortberu California poluts. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars. V rhanire Is made bv sleeping car DasteumM between Ban Francisco und Kansas city, or Bau Ulego ana un Angeies anu uiirsgo. The Grand Canon of the Colorado Heretofore inaccessible to tourists, can easily be reached by taking this Hue, via Peacli oin and i itus tiufi thence nr hnt twoiitv three nvles. Ibis canon is the grandest and Boat wonderful of nature's work. Stoo Off at FlaastatT And bunt bear, detr and wild turkey In tbe . til . .IA -out. nt rh. U.n Lnlu., WUBHUUli Irt iofc me du. iiui iuiupui tut; Cave and Cliff Dwellers. p, B. RosiKsox, General Manager. W. A. Bissill, Oen. Pam. Agt W. 1. Baaar, a. Aft., Albwju.ra.as, N. M. New Mexico will Be Ably and Well Represented at the Big Chi cago Exposition. Acting Gov. Thomas Makes Most Excel lent Nominations for Two Com missioners and Two Al ternates. A week ago Acting Gov. Thomas re ceived official notice from the state de partment to nominate for appointment by the president two commissioners and two alternate commissioners to the World's Columbian fair commission to represent New Mexico, under the act approved April 25, 1890. Sec. 2 of the bill creates the "World's Columbian commission," consisting of two commissioners from each state and territory and the District of Columbia, with tight additional commissioners at large. Within thirty days from April 25, 18H0. each governor shall nominate two commissioners and two alternates from his state or territory, awl the president shall thereupon appoint them. Each of the to leading political parties shall be equally represented. ltlun thirty days alter their appoint ment, the commissioners will be called together at Chicago for organization, by notice from the secretary of state at Washington. Ihey are to secure a site and buildings, allot space aud generally manage the great expusition, which is to be dedicated October 12, lot)2, and form ally opened not later than Alay 1, 18!)o; closing not later than October 30, lo'Jo. Xhe alternates act in case of an inability of ttie commissioners to attend. The duration of the commission shall not ex tend beyond January 1, 18!(8. bectiou 19 ot the act limits compensa tion of members to "their own actual ex penses for transportation, and the sum of $( per day for subsistence for each day they are necessarily absent from their homeB on the business of said commis sion," payable from the U. S. treasury. To-day Acting liov. Thomas addressed the following letter to 8ec. Blaine: Tkkkitoky of New Mkxico, Olhce of the Secretary, Santa Fe, May 15, 1890. Hon. James G. Plume, sccietary of state, Wash luptuu, 1). (J. Sir : I have the honor to acknowledge receipt of your circular letter ot May 3, 1890, inviting nominations ot two com missioners and two alternates to be ap pointed by the president as representa tives of the territory of JNew Mexico on the World's Columbian fair commission. In pursuance of vour notification 1 have the Honor to respectfully submit the fol lowing nominations: Richard Maustield White, of Sierra county, aud Thomas C. Gutierrez, of Ber nalillo county, to be commissioners and Louis C. Tetard, of San Miguel county, aud Charlt 8 B. fcddy, of Eddy county, to be alternate commissioners. Very re spectfully, BtNJAMlN M. TuOMAS, " Acting Governor. Folaom Land Office. The following patents have been received at the U. S. land office at Folsom : COLFAX COUNTY. No. 109G, Jose A. Pena. No. 1109, Juan Medina. No. 1110, Fernando Ilevreva. No. 1111, Achilles Ilolcomb. No. 1112, Teo. D. Martme. No. 1113, Thos. J. Neal. MOBA COl'NTY. No. 1100, Wm. T. Shepard. No. 1104, Thos. L. Smith. Sunday Excursion. The Santa Fe Southern w ill run an ex cursion next Sundavto San Udefonso and Santa Cruz, leaving Santa F"e at 8 a. m., and returning, arrive at 6 :55 p. m. The fare for the round trip has been placed at the very low sura of $1. Satita F"eans who enjoy a day out of town should avail themselves of this opportunity. The ex cursionists will be well looked after, as it will be the aim of the management to make the trip a delightful one in every respect.- OFFICIAL WAIFS. So far the assessor's books show a de cided increase in the number of tax pay ers in Santa Fe county this year over that of last year. Acting Gov. Thomas to-day appointed Hon. E. S. Stover, of Albuquerque, a commissioner to represent this territory at the national convention of railroad commissioners, which is to be held on May 28. 1890, at the ollice of the inter state commerce commission, Washington, H. C. The appointment of a commis sioner is made in accordance with the request of the inter state commerce com mission. Major Llewellyn, live stock agent for the A., T. & S. F., yesterday telegraphed Act. Gov. Thomas that the governor of Ne braska has issued a proclamation pro hibiting New Mexico cattle from entering that state. Ten thousand head of cattlo iu this territory recently purchased by Nebraska parties are now being held at quarantine. Art. Gov. Thomas writes the governor of Nebraska asking him to withdraw the proclamation, as the own ers of the cattle now are at big expense in f olding them, and that there is not the slightest sign of disease among cattle iu New Mexico. It is well known, and especially by stock men, that no healthier cattle are found anywhere than in New Mexico. Several days ago Mr. L. G. Carpenter, of Fort Collins, Colo., who haB been ap pointed by Secretary Kusk to make such preliminary investigations of an engineer ing and other character as will, so far as practicable, determine the proper location for artesian wells for irrigation purposes within the area west of the 97th meridian and east of the foot hills of the tiocky mountains, wrote Act. Gov. Thomas ask ing for any information he could furnish cot cerning the New Mexico portion of the district named. The governor answered the letter, saying what had been done iu this portion of the country, along with other information, and to-day received a reply of which the following is an extract : Your letter of the 6th on my return from "well" trip found awaiting me. I think Mr. DeMuer's letter very interesting. The attempt of Capt. Pope to find watei near Santa Fe is news to me, and accord ing to your suggestion, I have applied to the war department lor records concern ing it. I will be in Sauta Fe some time between the lsth and June 1. Statute of Limitation, A very important question relative to the statute of limitation confronts Judge O'Brien, now at Las Vegas. It arises in the case of the Maxwell Land Grant com pany vs. Manby, the latter claiming that the plaintiff is barred of his right of action by the ten years statute of limitation. Defendant claims that the statute began to run at the date when the grant was confirmed by act of congress, and that in counting ten years the jury should com mence from the date of such confirmation. Tna plaintiffs, however, oaatand that the statute of limitation onlv bpgnn to run nt the (Into of the patent, wbh:h was issued some time after the date of confirmation. The jiulKO has decided that successive oc cupations of lands could be brought to gether so as to come under the ten years required bv the statute of limitations. The final decision iu this case is being anxiously watched for, as it is of great importance and will do much toward the settlement of titlea. ROUND ABOUT TOWN. Best creamery butter, 25 cents a pound, at Beaty's. Incorporation is now the principal talk on the streets. Santa Fe's destiny is in the hands of her business men. The early morning train came in sev eral hours behind time to-day. Ascension dav was observed at the cathedral in the usual manner to-day. Summer is almost here and nothing has been done toward cleaning up the streets. By a little judicious work Santa Fe can be made the most attractive summer resort in the west. Some of the largest tax payers of the county have signed the petition for incorporation. A large number of laborers left this morning for Durango to work on the Durango-Kico road. The "Said Pasha" company will appear in Santa Fe again at an early date, on ita return trip from the south. The mau;h game of ball between the Nkw Mexican and Sun teams has been postponed until Sunday, May 25. Incorporation for Sauta Fe means lighted streets, clean streets, good side walks and the best advertisement the town ever had. Iu the absence of a system of sewerage citizens of Sauta Fe can not be too par ticular in keeping their back yards as clean as possible. The political party that opposes incor poration will be defeated at the polls next November. This is not a question of poli tics ; it is a question of progress aud decency. The movement for incorporation is growing more popular, and now that the ball has been started every progressive citizen of Sauta Fe should make haste to give it a push. A Kentucky gentleman is negotiating with Abe Gold for the purchase of twen ty burros, to be shipped in a few davs. Burros are finding a pretty good sale in the east now a days. Murat Masterson, who attempted to kill his alleged cousin and mistress in New York the other day, is well known iu New Mexico, having practiced law iu the southern portion of the territory for a number of years. John Ilampel, who does first class roof ing, returned this morning from Sau Juan, where he did considerable work in his line. He is here now ready for busi ness, and advises people to look alter their roofs iu time. Peter Powers, proprietor of the new summer resort on the upper Pecos, is in the city to-day. Mr. Powers now has one of the most attractive resorts iu northern New Mexico, connected with Giorieta by daily stage. Measurements were taken to-day in order to get an estimate of the cost of put ting fence around the monument in the plaza. It was found that a neat iron fence with the proper corner posts and foundation will cost in the neighborhood of $500. Another cut in passenger rates over the A., T. & S. F. was announced this morning. The fare from Kansas City to St. Louis has been reduced to $1, and the fare from Santa Fe to Kansas City, $19.50, making through ticket to St. Louis from this city, $20.50. Mr. McQoade, the gentlemanly agent of the Santa Fe Southern, in arranging for the excursion Sunday, has not for gotten the printers. He proposes to pass every newspaper man or printer free of charge, and will furnish a special for the delectation of the craft. It is a shame that the poor old woman who sits in front of the stores on San Fran cisco street by day is allowed to be seen in public in her condition. She should at least be given and compelled to wear decent clothes. Such a nuisance would not be tolerated outside of Santa Fe. POLITICAL POINTERS. Republican league meeting to-morrovt nuht at the office of Benj. Bead. At tend it. The Nkw Mexican is of the opinion that w ithin a short time a federal appoint ment or two In New Mexico will be an nounced. The appointment of W. C. Groves as postmaster at Chama gives great satis faction. Major T. I). Burns was the man w ho pulled the strings in that instance. Should Judge Whitemau not be con firmed, the Nkw Mexican is informed that Mr. I. S. Tiffany, the well known Socorro lawyer, has some strong backing for the place, although there are several other candidates. Hon. A. L. Morrison is the president and Hon. W. M. Berger is the secretary of the Republican territorial league ; post office address, Santa Fe. These gentle men, on application, will furnish all pos sible information and aid in tbe formation of Republican clubs. The executive committee of the Terri torial Republican league consists of the following: Santa Fe Jose Segura; Ber nalillo Jesus S. Garcia; Lincoln Fank Lesnet; Dona Ana Eugene Van Pat ten; San Juan 8. D. Webster; Sierra R. M. White; Grant J. A. Ancheta; So corro ; Mora Rafael Ortiz; Rio Arriba T. D. Burns; Taos Pedro Sanchez; Valencia-1- Col. J. F. Chaves. Notice of Dissolution. The firm of Wagner & Haflner, doing a general furniture business, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. All outstanding accounts due the firm must be paid forthwith and will be receipted fn Viv oitlioi. tnAmhnr of the late firm. All accounts against the late firm will be paid promptly on presentation Dy eituer Charles Wagner or Louis Haffner, who can be found at the furniture warerooms of A. T. Gregg 4 Co., lower San Fran cisco street. Charles Wagner, ' Louts Haffner. Santa Fe, N. M.,Mayl3, 1890. THIS PAPER is kept n file at K. C Dake's advertising agmcy, 64 and 65 Mnw.Vmntv Kmhanira. San Franciaco. Oal., where contracts lor advertising oaa bemad for it. TERRITORIAL TIPS. 1 Las Cruees jail has nineteen prisoners. C. L. Ilubbs has returned to Albuquer que from an eastern visit. Ben S. Roberts has li'ft. Lordslmrg tor his old home in Vermont. Calvin Feasel, of Grant county, has gone to Washington state. W. F. Downs, a civil engineer from Berkely, Cal., is visiting in Eddy. R. Baer has finished a 100-foot con tract on the Mills tunnel at Socorro. j Jesus Maria Castillo has been chosen j manager of the Pintado Sheep company, j John Calvin, of Lonlsburg, was married ! to Miss Clara 8. Barber, at Aster, Iowa, j A number of Vegas young ladies and gentlemen will form a class in elocution. The Commercial club of Las Vegas met Thursday to discuss the W'ickham bill. Mrs. Mahala Randies died at Anton chico, San Miguel county, Tuesday, of paralysis. Eddy's new hotel is now nearly com pleted, the plumbing work only remain ing to be done. Horace Gerber has returned to Silver City after an absence of six months in Durango, Mexico. The Pelican Mining company of Iler mosa is quoted on the Kansas City Board of Exchange. The Apache and Black Range mining districts are looking up, and large num bers of capitalists are coming iu. Ranch men on the Mimbres river are alarmed lest the supply of water will run short, as the river is now very low. Thomas Cobb, formerly county com missioner of Grant county, is expected to return from Seattle to Silver City. Holland & Sanrigan, of the Green theater at Silver City, have been arrested for allowing women iu their saloon. Mrs. Ida E. Bishop, M. D., and her daughters, Misses Nettia and Callie, of El l'aso, are visiting m San Marcial. The machinery of the Carlisle mill has been ordered taken out and shipped to Sap Francisco by the party in charge. The Argus very pertinently remarks that Mr. Hagerman w ill ride into Eddy in his special car on or before Christmas. S. B. Glenn, who has been managing the affairs of the Jicarilla Mining & Water company in Lincoln county, has gone east. The grand jury at Las Vegas failed to find a bill against Cruz Chaves for the murder of Felix Aragon at Apache Springs. Louis Zollhoefer, merchant at James springs, will establi.-h a stage line from Bernalillo to the hot springs. First run will be made Friday. It is rumored that agents for the Rio Grande Irrigation & Colonization com pany are at work securiug fictitious names for mysterious documents. Rev. Lowe has- been successful in church matters at Las Cruces. His church now stai ds third in number of attendance in the territory. The heavy shipments of cattle that are now being made from Socorro county will relieve the range, which has been overstocked for some time. Bremen's mill at Pinos Altos has been leased by Judge C. G. Bell aud J.I. Brown, and the machinery will be put in motion for crushing ore from tbe Tampico mine. J. A. LaRue, of the Felix Cattle com pany, has arrived at Lincoln from Las Vegas accompanied by two cattle buyers from Kansas. The gentlemen returned disappointed, as the herd they were after had just been sold. The Santa Fe system is preparing to uniform all the station agents, ticket agents and train service men. To this end the company has sent out circulars to all the men asking for an expression of opinion as to what will please them most in the way of a uniform. Saturday night at Anthony young Mr. Meacham was replacing his six shooter in his belt when it accidentally slipped out of the scabbard and belt to the tloor, exploding a cartridge. The ball entered the calf of the leg of Pedro Gomez, a by stander, making a flesh wound which is not considered dangerous. Grant county item : In the murder case of James Reynolds, who was indicted in the district court for the murder of Irwin Moore, on the Mimbres, the jury dis agreed at the Ilillsboro court a few days ago. A change of venue had been taken to Sierra county by the prisoner. This means six months longer in the Grant county jail. Surveyors have been at work recently establishing the boundary line between Eddy county and Texas. Heretofore certain Eddy county citizens have been compelled to pay taxes to Texas and sit as jurymen in that state. A. L. Crowley was one of these. The line established by Mr. Nymeyer is about seventy miles east of Eddy. H. S. Lyter, the well known contractor of this city, was down yesterday from Las Cruces. Mr. Lyter has a contract for making 500,000 brick for the agricultural college to be erected at Las Cruces. He has just begun molding brick and expects to complete his job in about forty days. The plans for the building will probably be decided upon to-day. It will certainly be a tine structure, and one in w hich El Paso may justly take pride as belonging to the great Rio Grande valley, in which El Paso is located. Times. Some time ago the Index made men tion of the birth (stillborn) of an astonish ingly large infant and the death of its mother, the wife of Mr. Antonio Berry, residing near Rosa. The Index now learns that while the particulars of the remarkable size and weight of the infant were as stated, the weights of the parents were exaggerated; the father weighing but 211 pounds and the mother 195, in stead of 300 and 310 pounds respectively, as was printed. It will be recollected that the child measured twenty-six inches and weighed thirty-four and one-half pounds. San Juan Index. J (fMYAL'5sWJ POWDER Trv frin Niiw Meticik'i nfiw outfit nf material and machinery when you want tine ion printing or hlanlr nona- worar. JNO. HAMPEL, Tar and Grave PLUMBING AND GAS FIUING, Lowest prices and first class work. LOWER 'FRISCO ST., SANTA FE N. M SOL. SPIEGELBERG The old reliable merehant et Santa Fe. has added largely to hi stock of GENTS FURNISHING GOODS And those In need of any article In his line wonld do well to call on blma ON SAN FRANCISCO STREET Absolutely Pure. This nowdor never varieN. A marvel of purity strength au'i wheleHomeness. More economical than th ordinary kinds, and can not be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weiirht. alum or phosphate powders. Sold only iu cans. Koyal baking fowder Uo., 106 vtuu street, iN. v W. F. DOI1BIN. MIGUEL CHAVEZ. Fulton Market Fish, Oysters, Vegetables, Fresh Meats, Butter. Pig's Feet, Tripe, Pickles of all Kinds, F'resh Fish, Salt F ish of all Kinds. Canned Goods, Yoes' Maple Syrup, Honoy, Chipped Beef, and all kinds of truit in season. FREE AND PROMPT DELIVERY. Our goods are all FltKSIl and guaranteed just as represented. If you w ish photographs made by mo call before June 1. L). B. Chase, New potatoes at Emmert's. Joseph Elster, florist, offers for sale pansies, 00 cents per dozen ; violets and pinks, both double and single, rose bushes, verbenas, crysauthemums and over 100 other varieties of green house plants. New celery at Emmert's. Fine McBrayer whisky at Colorado sa loon. Round trip tickets to Las Vegas het springs aim return, good lor ninety days, ou sale at $5 at A., T. & S. F. railroad office. New string beans at Emmert's. Milk 10c a quart ; 6c a glass, at Colo rado saloon John McCullough Havana cigar, 6c, at uoiorado saloon. Navel oranges at No. 6. Beginning May 15, passenger rates over the A., T. & S. F. will be reduced $5 to Chicago, making first class limited tickets from Bantaie to that point $22.50. Kates to all eastern points made on this basis. BUSINESS NOTICES. HAM'S. w ANTED 10,000 old magazines to be bound niuieiKw AiKAiLaN h dooh oiuutjry. vv ANTED. 1,000 pounds old type metal at this ollice. TO KENT. "10 REST. The building known as the Hotel . Capital. Apply to J. U. i.amy. FOil HALE. fjlOR SALE. Coal Declaratory Statements at C the office oi Daily Nkw Mkxican. TV'OR SALE. Ulank etters of Muardlauship X. and UuardiHUH' Bond and Oath at theolflcc ot the New Mexican 1'rmtiug company. irVjR SALE. New Mexico laws of 18S9 at the Daily Ni.w mkxican oihco; paper uiudinir, i4; sheep binding, $4, iu English; li.iib and fl.So in Spanish. 1710 R SALE. Sheriffs' blank Tax Sale Certlfi . cates at the ollice of the Daily New Mexican. F OR SALE. Teachers' blauk Register Books at ttiu olhcc oi the Dail New .Mexican. MISCELLANEOUS. ARE YOU MARRIED? If not, send your ad dress with stamp to tbe American Corre sponding Club. P.O. box li-ln, Clarksburg, W. Va. A l'ocket Match Safe Free to Smokers of ALHAMBRA AR3ER SHOI EVBKITHINO New, Neat, First Class Bast Side of the tlaaa. HOTand COLD BATHS W. J. SLAUGHTER, PrnpHsHtofe Marble and Granite MONUMENTS Of the Most Artistic Designs. AT LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES. AT DLINGER'S UNDERTAKING HOUSE. CLARENDON POULTRY YARDS BOOS FOR HATCHING. Silver Wyandottes, Light Branmas, Houclans. flmnnil Uin.-na Bkll .a Drinking fountains and Imperial Kg' ARTHUR BOYLE, Santa Fe, N. H. CLARENDON GARDEN Home Grown Fruits and Fruit Trees, free from Disease and Insect Pests. ARTHUR BOTLK. Agent for the Nixon Nozzle ft Machine Co, Is prepared to take orders for sprarina Orchards with Nixon's Little Giant Ma. ehine and Climax Spray Noaale and In aeet Poison Oorrespondenee Solicited. F. O. box 104, Santa Fe, M. ID. B. CHASE, Landscape and Portrait Photographer! F8Avts, u.Y.; m wmm mmu qi ins, Atelier on the Wwt Side of Plaza. IE. ID. U12A.1nTZ;7 DRAI.KK IN Hardware.Crockery&Saddlery Agent for BAIN & MOLtNE Farm & Spring Wagons ANU RACIftE BUCKBOARDS. J. L VAN ARSDELL & CO, Livery, Feed and Sale Stables HA3KS AND BUSSES TO AND FROM ALL TBAINS. 'Frisco Street, Opposite New Mexican Ofllce, SAXTA FE, N. M. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TOURISTS. Heard and Care for Horses at the Most Reasonable Rates. DEALER IN Tombstones & Monuments AND IRON FENCINC. Vint Class Material and Especially Low Prices. I 1 6 West 6th St., . PUEBLO, COLO OIALIR IP Hi A:R'D W1 A.'Rl E Plumbing, Gas & Steam Fitting. New Store: New Goods! AT THE OLD STAND. 1 take pleasure in calling attention of the puhllo to my stork of Dry Goods and Clothing, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, Staple & Fancy Groceries. No sh'p worn, dnt nor Ptale frond a In th hnuft; everyti-lug l spank, flpaa uaw. I reunite gooda da ly from oafttra anctl aud aiu b!e to and WILL 11 at antru prtoes. Hay. Grain rind feed a Hpfdalty. Oood aelivered to all parti of th city free. Give m a call aud nave niuut. ABE GOLD, Lower San Francisco St. For Sale and to Rent. ESTATE AND OTHER PROfEBTY. TO LET. House of si rooms on east side of federal grounds; best location In Santa Fe;gaa and wafer. Wauid be rented furnish -d or unfurnished at v 'ry reasonable rates. Aao three rooms adjoining, only (lu. Several other suites of rooin-t, olfices and houses, from 7.50 to30per month. FOR BALE At irrea bargains, some of the most desirable building sires In Santa Fe; also four and one-half and twelve acres nlots near canltol buildiinc: also well located six rooms rest dence, stable aud ou houses, ouo acre of xround In high state oi cultivation, numberless choice Dearmn iruit ami snaue cre.'S, berries, asparagus bed, etc., iu perfect oruer; also a plot ot land on 1'alace avenue, running thr mah to San Kmucisco street, and about 100 feet east of Dlaza. beinx one of the very best locations lu tbo city for improvement with hotel, opera house, etc. Buy at Bottom Prices and Sell at Top fs the secret of sncceslul real estate soeculatlou. This opportunity (to buy at bottom prices) occurs but once lu a life time, aud is now here in Sauta Fe, oue of the most beautifully located cities on earth and destined to be tbe "queen residence city of tne southwest," and the fash luuaDie summer resort ' oi cue naciou. GEO. W. 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