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MEMORIAL DAY EXERCISES
THURSmY. M VY 20. C. IVl. CREAMER j Scattering Flowers at the National Ccmo i 1 i-r 1'iepu ntions lnr Tu-!imr- i row 'i Nnlimml fcvctit. Sim'p San t a Ft has tlio only mitionul tni . it ;iry i -piiirtery in the stmthrtc-t, it if. the custom hero to make more than ordi nary preparations for the observance of . Memorial day, and to-morrow will prove l'B'.'SOXAL. fortliponiint! census more, complete by K'niiiiiu' the ntimps of such societies as i lev limy Know 01, nun un unurewca m Hon. Albert V Oh i u ir iiiiiniiiiii umrr;p. n . .n i . v, un. i- o . . i . ,, t . i T , Jrtin.'v, speVial m-ont of the eleventh cen-1 Umic 'or "l0 Ja'mvn kds, 58 William utrect. New York city. I a Into arrkal aL the l'il Snpt. S. M. Cart, of the Santa I'e tov i tr:li of heallli. lie u,i eminent Indian srhoit, has yono on a eiitht pionths. II.; is ; Input' it'spri-tim to Hie tweri. merit In- i Hampton and Dr. .Mc:mv Albuquerque, lie is now .,, , ociit it.vr i.' i. . ii i r'rt, (', cot'iiiii: iii I:.- ln r.; a; v.t lYieni of .Mi'. ; i Ortiz left this ; a KtaU dian school tit .llbiiuuerqiie. lie is now mmluifmiI in tmiL-iriir mi est imntea for snti- pliea for the Santa Fe school during the morning for their home at Cnpuliii, Colo. mniinn Vdur ttirll.lfl.J V.S nil n B MR T 11 P HtTPl BDCUfu . .. ... ofr .. . . , . n .i t' t'W.t I . , , . . m, 1 V-ll. Ilia. IVtll , 1IKU""A . w v TUIW UH I Sl.ll 111 I'.U Mil. M.'H t.vr, ..,,.. ....... ..i. i naHis oi tns aemanas. n:s eautnaieB v.111 some COO soMiera dead buried in this j ulso include a full equipment of furniture, cemetery, and already to-day fair hands , s''f'ooi supplies, etc., for the new iustitu- are plucking flowers and wreathing itar-j tlon' . lands for stireadinir over the irrassv dii.d. mounds that cover their mortal dust. uunn ism. We hve in mock a line of Toilet Articles of every description; la full line of Import ed Cigars .i Impi.rtod Sc California Wines Hllll I'l'lMlllies. There oue,lit to be an abundance of 'flowers supplied for to-morrow's cere monies, for they are more than iisuullv 1 plentiful this .-easiin. Carleion post hall I will be opened at 7 o'clock tomorrow i morning to receive TMK I'l.OlUI, DONATIONS. Those who can uot conveniently send them Hhould notify the post adjutant, L. Felseuthal, and a conveyance will be sent after them. At 'J o'clock to-morrow morning alt ladies of the city who be lieve in encouraging the patriotic senti ments which this occasion inspires are requested by Major Ueo. KnaeM, post commander, to visit Carleton pot hall and aid in the preparation of the flowers. Everybody is asked to either bring or send flowers. Col. E. V. Wynkoop has been DKK1GNATED AS CIIIKF MMIS11AL of the day and the following have been appointed as aids to the chief marshal : Ir. J. 11. Sloan, 1 L. Yamlerveer, Candelario Martinez, Celestino Ortiz. The excercises will tako place during the afternoon, beginning at 2 :3t). 'Hie day is by national law one of rest from all ordi nary labor and toe batiks and business houses generally will be closed after the noon hour. Aidts to the chief marshal are directed to report, mounted, in front of (i. A. it hall ut 2 p. ni. Col. Snyder has also or dered that the stair ollicers stationed at Fort Marcv shall torn out. Worthington lirown, father in law of Mr. S. S. lieaty and a much respected citizen, fell asleep in death at (i o'clock last evening at Mr. Beaty's residence. Deceased was a native, of New York state, 70 years of age, and came here three years ago' from Kansas, w here he had long en gaged in the merchandise business. Old ae anil partial ptiralvsis were the imme diate cause of fits death. The funeral will take place at 10 :3d a. in. to-morrow from the M. K. church. Mr. A. 1'. Ilogle, undertaker, has charge of the re mains. The pall b arers have been desig nated as follows: Wm. M. Merger, Win. 13. 1S1 .an, W. C. Widmeyer, W. II. Goe bel, F.hner Chase, Samuel T. Heed, Jacob Weltmer. A l'loneer Woman. ' Mrs. F. Green, of Allegheny City, Pa., is a guest at the Exchange hotel. Thirty years ago she was a resident of Santa Fe, and her husband ran the Exchange. She is here to spend Memorial day and see to some improvements about the graves of tier husband and daughters, who are buried in Masonic cemetery. To her husband's estate formerly belonged the old Green homestead on lower 'Frisco street, now owned by Houghton. Mrs Ureen claims that her individual interest in the property was nevtr sold, and she is here to look into the legality of tbe transfer to Mr. Taylor, the party from whom Houghton bought. ItOUMJ AliOU'l TOWN. the Nutt ing relatives and friends. Mrs. Luis Alarid accompanies her sister, Mrs. Ortiz for a visit at her home. Mrs. F. II. Slade, Miss Sludo, of New York; Miss E. L. Flanagan, Master W. S. Slade and maid, of Philadelphia, are guests at tho Palace. They are doing the Indian village of Tesuquo this afternoon. Clarence Allan has been very sick with a fever for several weeks and last night it was thought he could scarcely live. His condition is still quite serious. Col. J. S. Stidger, special agent for the U. S. land department, Las Crimes, spent yesterday in the city. C. I. Mulne, wife and maid, oi Phila delphia, are guests at the Palace. A. II. Hilton, merchant ut Sun Antonio, left for home last night. Fred Schneppel is quite, ill at St. Vin cent's hospital. G. W. Curry, commercial man, Denver, is at the Palace. fill POWDER JD. 33. CHASE, Landscape and Portrait Photographer! imn mm m mmm coisrimi u mi West Side of Plaza. Atelier on th: BverylKiitj .i.liniis n(! carry tin largest stock iu the; territory In our line, consequently we (lei'.v competition in quality or in o i! t-.. OPEN DAY OR NIGHT METEOvOLOCICAL. OPFlrlt or nsstmvi'R, ( 8in F. . M.. Mny'JV txno.t lS srlHj III a! J ! 5S, i!r-ft (M T:.pl.Hi j W.W .'.2 ; 31 I K ft Ml . ' : (IS 1 74 ' M t SW I 4 iCloti'1'8 12 ICloudlP cuti4T(iuiie . i'i Mi'i am Teji jrcramre 4ti i I w nifYFR. Sfnrt., Plena! Vnrpn. Vi ff ! -,:. t(.o Hfi'l'l n I'.tt lotit.rirf.iJ '(l Laws or NewHexico Of 1889, ISH &r. POLISH At tlie New Mexican Office. J. WELTMER EOOK, STATIONERY AND News Depot! M ABIE, TODD & CO.'S GOLD PENS Wrmh Cudln HverJalty. fine Clcsrii, A Wfatero Diilnlon., TIIK I'ARADE Will. FOK.M on Lincoln avenue, its right resting on ; Palace avenue. The command "For ward" will be given by the bugle at 3 p. m., sharp. The procession will march '. dow n Lincoln avenue to San Francisco ; street, down San Francirco street to Ko sario avenue, and ihence to the National i cemetery. After tbe ceremonies there, I w ill return by Kosario and sun Francisco ; streets to the plaza, and lie re bieak ranks. the rnocicssio.N ) will be made up as U Hows: I loth u. s. r.Hii.i. i Battalion 10th U. S. Iniaiitry, Lieut. (Nil. Snyder, cumniHiiuiii ! tr!etnn Post, No 3, lui.t. hi N. M., ti. A. It., m I tludmt; visitii.'ir men bo.wi.f i.. A. K , Kud veie ui.h et the vur. i OOVt'IUi.t inl Mud. : Hiiiutl oi 'lneii-. County t emu. inline rf. SttUta r'' t in-l)r) urtmi nt. i lvie soeiet.i k. (JillZellM on Font. Ladies a ii K oihI ommittoe. citizeus iu Uiir.iiii.eM. AT Till: NATIONAL CEME'IT.RY. Jitisl ly leth r. s. Itiluntiy Hiniil. Olicning Ceieniouy by 1'odi t'eiuuiuudur. lll-tlUmeutttl .iUMC. I'ihv.. by Lev o. (j mitli. l:itutil Atiilie.ss by Pom ' (.ii.iiuoKler. .tesjiousi a b Ollu-i r oi tbe Lu and I'oel t ii a j la n. Mimic V ca1. " Seattilingol f lower- u.ou (iravct. .lu-i I an. i. Voi al Miio. i iron! sa lite, lieueuieiiou. Xapn. The following order was issued this noon: Orders No. 44. Four Makcv, Nt. M., May IIP, 1S!K) To-morrow , the 3ilth instant, being Memo rial da,it will be observed at this post as follows : The band and battalion, 10th infantry, consisting of companies "D" and "I." will form in the usual order on the l.arade ground in full dress uniform ai : 15 o'clock p. ni. From there the hiu lalion will be marched down Lincoln avenue, right in trout, and halted so that its right will rest on I'alaee avenue. It will there await the formation of the civil procession by the grand marshul. Each man will be provided with three (3) rounds of blank ammunition. Py order of Lieut. Col. S. Snvder: S. Y. S. Yisn.N, 1st Lieut, and Adjt. l(Mh Infantry, Post Adjutant. 4th of July t'eloliiuUnn. The fire department held a meeting last night and resolved to take part in the demorial day exercises. The program for a grand celebration on July 4 was also discussed and it was decided to make 'hat one of the biggest events Santa F'e has enjoyed in years. Tho track about ;he federal building park is to be put in shape at once for horse, hose ami foot races anil a convenient stand is to be ouilt for the accommodation of the crow d that will he on band to witness the sport Capt. John Gray has been placed in charge of the amusement features of the lay and evening w ith authority to select tiis assistants. If Capt. Gray's plan i curried out, Independence day festivities will attract a large crowd of visitors to Santa Fe. Let every citizen do bis duty and assist. OFFICIAL GOSSIl'. TIME TABLE. WKSTWAKli. no. 1 I so. 3. 1 161 7:00 " t:33' 12:40 ii! 6:2. 7:1V 10 40' 13:2 p lila KASTWAKIi, STATIONS. -n; a 7:M 7:4& :l 4fi" l:'J0p!. a:;m" ii:.r5 ' s:::o' 2:54 a! 10:4'i v..Albii'iieriiie.Ar ooliiiKe W inlaws . a 1 1 u p . .Navaj., sp.luKS .. Holtirooa Wiu-low Flan-tnir W ill. limn ..1 renfott Ju. etiou . ...,1'oaeh Springs... Kingman Tlie eedlei Keuuet Daxnett Ly HMrntnw r :00h .'.5" ao ' 37 10-' 27 "I :4U- 2:;'iii li 11.30 H 9.06" 4:M" 3 2.i" 12 iiH" :-:n" 6 20" U:40p 12:10" 4:45 'I 5:10 a CONDUCTIONS. ALBCQUKLQUf-A., T Si 9. F. liailway lor all points ratt and south, rut ftUO Ti Ji;M: IO I'renn' tt A Arizona entrul iailay, lor tort Whijiplc ad I'rcit ootr. B A R3 TOW Tal I fnrn I a southern rail way for I.ok Aio-elex, -an Uic'ttu aud other utu m all fornia pi dm a. II JWI- ou'hprn Pacific for fan Francisco, btterauitnto aud uoribeii. California points. (Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars. JJo cbaiiKr Um ne hy sleeping car paseuifers helweeu S.ii Kraneise.. md Kansas City, or 8an I leg. . and I on Angeles aud C. lougo. The Grand Canon of the Colorado Heretnfi re luartessiblu to tourists, ran easily ka iiu.li ri hv iMklinr thin Hiw. Viu I'mmiO. be tai n d by mhlnir this Hue. via 1'eaei I rra 1 1 ft m atai a 1 1 il.a t huitna Al htif rivnnfv B" ii Nt r-'r'- v..vm, va uui. insinj turue nt !'', I hi raiion is the gruuUoH aud mom won'! rful of DHtnre'n uorit. Stop Of at Flagstaff 4u1 hunt hea-, dm and wild turkey In the n.agniticeio pine f resis of tie sati .a"cisco BuuDtaln ; or visit the en' ient ruins of the Cove and Clif Dwellers.. h, . Hoimaoii,. Mitral Mai ager. W. A. HiB.-iaL, un. Pan. Aft 1, tmmt. 9m, Alt, Aikitr4t, Hi M. There are 23S poatoflices in tho terri tory of New Mexico, San Miguel countv iieathng the list with twenly-nine ollices. Capt. Jack Crawford, of this territory, now special aeiit of the department, of justice, is at present operating in South Dakota, running down parties who are sol ing whisky to Indians. Tlie Commercial club of Las Vegas has sent an invitation to the governor to meet rbe club at an early day and address them on the prosperity and development of the '.erritorv. The invitation will probably be accepted. Ciov. Prince is still compelled to stick pretty close to his room, owing to bis recent sick spell. He expected to be in Socorro to-day to attend a meeting of the school of mines trustees, but found it im possible to do so. New postmasters: Wm. G. Cass at Lookout, Lincoln county; Quintus H. Hornbogen, La Plata, San Juan county. A new oflice has been established ut Veda, Colfax county, with T. Mc LuUidilin as postmaster. .Says the Albuquerque Citizen : II. C. Gortner, a young brother of W. E. Gun ner, the stenographer of the San Miguel court, is iu the city and will act as stenog rapher for United States Attorney Fiske. Mr. Gortner is a pleasant young gentle man. Printed copies of the addresses made by the New Mexico delegates before the senate committee on territories were re ceived here yesterday. Those desiring copies of the same can doubtless secure tjtieni by addressing the clerk of this sen ate comjiittee at Washington. Any one interested in the pick benefit, funeral aid and death beneficiary associa tions of tbe United States can help make tilt itAtlitiM f ttielr ergaoiiatiiMu for tho No paper w ill be issued from Mexican office to-morrow. All the stores and places of business in the city are expected to close at noon to. morrow. Henry Salazar will next week remove his paper, the Voz del Pueblo, to Las Vegas, under the deal w ith Felix Mar tinez. lion. W. II. Nesbitt, one of the for tunate ow ners of the Hattie mine at Do lores, came up from Cerrillos to-Hay and will remain over to patticipate iu Memo rial day exercises. CwitiradeB and visiting comrades and old soldiers are requested to meet in the post hall of Carleton post, G. A. It., sharp at 2 p. m. to-morrow, preparatory to form ing in line for the procession, which wili move promptly on time. All the ladies of tlie city who can are requested to kindly meet Mrs. Gov. Prince at the post hall, over Ireland's drugstore, lo-niorrow morning early and assist her iu the preparation of the flowers to decorate l he graves of the old soldiers. It is ex pected that the flowers will be arranged by 1-' o'clock, noon. The Kansas Mennoniles who were taken to Tesuque valley yesterday by Mr. VYeltmer were much pleased with what they saw there, particularly with Mr. Miller's superb orchard. Mr. Weltmer has made one of the Kansans a very lib eral ofl'er to take charge of his fruit fatui out there, and the probability is that it w ill be accepted. The governor is slowly gniningstrengtb, but is still very weak, and may not be out for sumo days. The doctor is anxious that he should go to the sea level for a tune, but this he is unwilling to do. Private Secietary Harvey aud his type writer have moved up to the governor's house, where all necessary business is being done. Some weeks ago Lieut. Van Vliet, in behalf of the Santa Fe base ballists, sent a letter to Albuquerque offering to play any nine the Duke city could gather oi non-professionals. Word come back that they were not organized as vet. Santa Fe is anxious to cross bats with Albu querque and w ill visit that city at an early day if it is made an object. Let's hear from ye. Hemember the flowers for Memorial day, which occurs to morrow. Gather them fresh and early in the morning and send them to the Grand Army post hall, over Ireland's drug store, as soon after 7:30 as possible. Many will be required, and all having flowers to donate are re quested to be as bountiful as they can. Mrs. Prince and other ladies of Santa Fe be at the post hall to receive and ar range the flowers. And sti.l the irrigating ditches are full of water and no complaint of scarcity is heard. It is a fact not generally known that there is yet a considerable quantity of snow in the mountains. Above Web er's tie camp at the head of the canon ihe ravines are packed w ith snow. This is certainly a most fortunate circumstance out it ought not to persuade any careless individual that lie would be justified in wasting one urop ot water Mint rolls so gracefully through the irrigating ditches. A queer looking old English lady w ho boasts of being a cockuey and who has traveled for twenty years, is domiciled at Mrs. Sena's on Water street, looking up data for a volume on "the Highways and Byways of tlie Western World." She is a most entertaining talker, although a little deaf, aud boasts of a diary that w ill some day excite no little comment. She says she will probably leave her literary works for the benefit of "the horses of New York," which animals have been given a permanent place in history through the efforts of the late Henry liergh. The citizens of Santa Fe should look well after the plaza concerts. These ought not to cease because of the falling i ou" of subscriptions. There are many w ho do not now pay a cent toward this fund when formerly they contributed their full share. Why can not they do so now and have the concerts continued daily. There are also not a few sub scribers who can very consistently in crease their subscriptions, while on the oilier hand there are very many business firms who really can not and ought not to be expected to increase their subscriptions. For instance, think of one law firm ony ing tt per month for these concerts, hav ing just ucreawd Uteir bscripUen f i. The I'lftza Concerts. Two representatives of the authorities at Fort Marcy are to-day calling upon sub scribers to the plaza bearing the following circular letter, dated Absolutely Pure. This powder never vui'ien. A marvel of purity strength an. 1 whok'someiiess. More economical Until the ordinary kinds, and can not be sold in eoniietilini' with Hie multitude of low test, sliori weight, alum or phosphate powders. Bole onlv in cans. Uoyal Baking Powder Co., 10C W nil street, N. V cler. Full rovcnniit warranty ilt'i tN vill be (riven. Should the iMii't-liascr 'li-rt, r() per cent r.t tin' ur-liitM! money ' remain on mmk, and morlyrnfrei lor one .M-ar, nt S r cent inlT st, pay able semi annually. For further purl K-iilars apply to ' JOHN OKA 1 , Auctioneer, Santa Fe, N. M. Or tGKO. W.K.N KBEL, Att'y. Fulton market. Sales below cost. All remaining goods, consisting of a large assortment of fresh concert limit anil i '""" b'" etc., etc., will be sold one regardless oi cost, and if not all sold hv the 31st inst.. Fort Marcy, May 2:), ls!)t): j those remaining will be sold at public "It is very much rerelled Hint the ! uuciion to the highest bidder. This is no amount now paid the hand is not sulli- j dodne for increased business, but is tbe cient to warrant its playing daily as here-1 solid truth anil all those desirous of ob- tofore, and c inenciug on June 1 it will ; taming canned goods, etc., oi tl;e nest, IE. ID. FTtJi-lSrZ, DKAl.KK IN HardvaretCrockery&Saddlery Agent for BAIN & MOLINE Farm &; Spring Wagons AND RACIPJE BUCKBOARDS. play irom 7 to 8 o'clock p.m., on Tues days, Thursdays and Sundas, providing the amount now received (if lllJ.T'i) is not further reduced. A reasonable increase of tlie amount now subscribed will insure five concerts a week during the summer. Subscribers are asked to please notify the bearer of this circular whether they will continue to subscribe or not, and the amount." The New A., T. A S. I . Schedule. By the change of time that takes place tin the Santa Fe, Sunday, June 1, the train for the east will leave here at 0 a. in. and connect with the Southern Cali fornia express for the east, bringing the California mail in here at 8:10 u. in. The next day train leaves Santa Fe at 1 :iij in the afternoon and connects with the west bound train for the coast, and the east bound train from northern California, n aching Santa Fe on return and bringing the eastern mail inow arriving at noon) at 4:50 in tno afternoon. The next train leaes here ut 8:30 in tlie evening and connects with the west bound train for southern California points, reluming at 10 :!JJ p. m. This tr.iin also brings the local mail from I lie east . This makes the service in and out ot Santa Ft practically a day lik;bt service, the latest being the 10-ob train at night. have an opportunity for a very short time to secure them away down. W. F. Dobbin. Pickled tripe in cans at F'mmert's. Joseph ICIster, florist, olfers for sale: pausies, 50 cents per dozen ; violets anil pinks, both double and single, rosebushes, verbenas, crysanthemuins and over 100 other varieties of green house plants. You should try the Diamond S. baking 1 powder ut Einmert s. Fine MoBruyer whisky at Colorado sa loon. Hound trip tickets to Las Vegas hot springs and return, good for ninety days, ou sale ut $5 ut A., i'. & iS. F. railroad ollice. New cabbage and onions ut No. 6. Milk 10c a quart; 5c a glass, at Colo rado saloon. J. L. VAN AESDELL & CO, Livery, Feed and Sale Stables HADKS AND BUSSES TO AND FROM ALL TBALNS. 'Frisco Street, Opposite New Mexican Office, S.VXTA FE, N. M. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TOURISTS. Board aud Care for Horses at the Most Seasonable Kates. HAIL JOTTINGS. BUSINESS NOTICES. J ANTED lu.otmold iiiiiuiizines to be bound ati.tieMcw mkxican nook huiaery. Mr. Levi C. Wade, of the Mexican Cen tral, just elected a director ( f the A., T. & S. F, says the 'Frisco will not parallel the mam Hue of the Santa Fe to Alhu queique from Indian territory. Tho contracts for the building of the Pecos valley line makes it liioteiinporliint than ever lor some road to get into San Pedro, where the entrance to Tijeras canon and Manzano valley can he com manded, hither the santa I'e or the Santa Fe Southern will do this inside of the next six months, and either otio of mem win neneui una city ny to ui.mg. i M,,.Bion June 1. ..r lief r if oes.re.l reut re- Wehaeit on pretty good authority I Tl'L Apply t-Ci.W. Knaebcl, Atty., iii.it n .-iitii i hi I. v i-i in i tin... 1 1 miivtiir ..I : - :. Denver ctiiiilalists with a few New Mex-1 John McCullimgh Havana cigar, 6c, at Colorado saloon. Fine nave! oranges at Kminert's. Beginning .May 10. passenger rates over the A., T. A S. F. will be reduced $5 to Chicago, making first class limited tickets Irom Santa I'e to that point !f22.r0. Kates to all eastern points made on this basis, Household Furniture. I w ill sell at private sale at my rooms, over K. I). Franz' hardware st .re, all my household furniture. Must be sold this week. Mas. L. B. Giitswoi.i). J". w. FjA.nsTKXjinsr. DBALEU IN Tombstones & Monuments AND IROM FENCINC. First Class Material and Kowecially Low Prices. I 16 West 5th St., - . PUEBLO, COLO 1,000 pounds old type metal at v I r ANTKb. W Ihisoilici TO liKNT riKJ HKNT rriitri cottage, well built and lu 1 ex client liieiiti.ia; six rooms and closet KOI; S.ll.k. ico gentlemen, is about to be formed fori tAiK HU.E. Coal Declaratory Statements at the purpose of building a railroad from ! L V'Jti-y Xltw "; Springer to Klizabethtown, and from hero to a point on ttie Denver & Fort Worth railtoad, not yet named, in the eastern pottion of the county. Springer Stockman. The Santa Fe railroad company bus issued a new table of freight rates be tween Trinidad, Colo., aud New Mexico points, taking i fleet June 1, 1 SI) J. Tlie rate has been more ihan double in some instances and the Trinidad j ibbers are up in arms about it. In fact, the first class freight rates from Tinidad to Hnton wib jump from 24 to U0, and fourth from 14 to 35, other classes in proportion, and a freight team line is now talked of. J. It. Brannin came in from Ked river on Sunday. The railroad is being graded over the summit. Work, was postponed for two weeks on account of heavy rains. It is expected that the track will be laid to the Twitty place by the 4th of July, in time for a big jollification. Dr. Ueorge has about lif'y men employed getting out ties, and the woods ore spotted with them. Tlie ranchmen are planting pota toes, etc., to their utmost limit, and everything is looking line. liaton Ke porter. Snpt. Chas. Johnson, of the Santa Fe Southern, returned last night. He went direct to the Pacific coast from Santa Fe and returned direct from the Atlantic sea board, having traveled 8 0U0 miles in twenty-two days. While east Mr. John son met Mr. 10. K. Chapman and others connected with the Santa Fe Southern, mid they gave him fiicouragement to be lieve that the imrrow gauge would soon tie extended south. In this event Mr. Johnson will remain with the line, other wise it is possible that he w ill sever his connection with the road as tie was offered four positions while on thistiip, either one of which is quite as good as the one he occupies here. Mr. Johnson's numerous friends here hope to have him long identified with tho Santa l'"e South ern. AUCTION VIU till!.- III....I. -ii ..f IJ,,nHlUl..l.ln 1. an. I CiiiurdiHUs nouti aiiutmtu al lueomce oi the Nkw Mexican PriutfiiK company. luil SALK.-New Mexico laws of 1HSU at, the Daily Nrw mkxicas oiliee: inner bludiuu, 4.i; sheep binding, Hi In English; tii.ito aud M.& in Spanish. Xllt SJALI!. Sberill's' blank Tax Sale Certifl cuius at Ihe ollice of the Daily Nkw Mkxi ,011 HA I.K. Teachers' blank Register Books at the olhce ot HieDailv NKW Mexican. M1S KI.I.ANKol'S. HK YOU MAKHIKD? If uot, send your ad dress with solum to the American llorre Hi.iiniliug Club P.O. box HIS; Clarksburg. W. Va. A l'oeket Tin UuBlitoii Free to Bmokers uf A. T. GRIGG & CO,, Dealers In Furniture, Crockery AND GLASSWARE. All Kinds of Repairing aid Carpel Work Attended lo, Wagner & Haffner's Old Stand. AT WIIOLRDALk AtfU KKTAIL Of valuable I, nil. liny lots, bemi tiiiilly hxsitcil " hat is known as tin; Michelo HeriilMlnelli iki ditiou.on Don .asnn- avenue, the gra il lioult-Viiril of Santa I'V, . M.,on the premises, iiboui () Icet soiitii of Manhattan avenue, ou Tucsilny, June 3, 1SOO, at 1 !::? a. iik iJBT Vuk advantage of tlie first opportunity ever offered to pur chase at public auction lots, ami the best ones too, o.tliis delight ful tivenue and drive, CPiirc huso before incorpora tion, ntboitoiii prices, and before the boom arrives which is on the eve of coming- and Will eonie to tay. If you Hre unfamiliar with In Caspar awuue, lok at it, drive on it. w..Ik n it and judge tor yourself whether it is or is not tlie most, beautiiulstreetand drive, mid destined to be re n .Hiied as such in the coining city of Santa I'e, with It Incom parable climate an 1 magnificent (teenery. Observe .the gruuit view from tiiese lots. Titles perfect. The nalo will he absolute aud the lots will be trvtlc down to th highest M4- Marble and Granite MONUMENTS Of the Most Artistic Designs AT LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES. AT OLINGER'S UNDERTAKING HOUSE, JNO. HAMPEL. Tin, Tar and Grave PLUMBIMG AKD CAS flTIISC, Lowest prices and llrst class work. LOWKR 'FKISCO ST., SANTA FBN.H SOL. SPIEGELBERG The old reliable merchant et Saute Ke, has added largely to his stock of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS OlALin IB t j H j Al'i?! Pw AR'E , Plumbing, Gas & Steam Fitting. New Store; New Goods; AT THE OLD STAND. 1 Uke pleasure lu . all u atleiuiju of the public to my stock or Dry Goods and Clothing, HATS, GAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, Staple & Fancy Groceries. No all i worn, dii'tt nor stale (rmuls to ilm limine; ever) tiling- l. S ank, span new. 1 moil e good oh iy from xast.-ru aiicll... a anil am able to ami WILL aell at astern prices. Ila , (; ln i.i.d iwl apt-clalty. Iiuuili uelivercd to all warn or the elt, rre. Give nm a cull aud save iuuut. ABE GOLD, Lower San Francisco St. For Sale and to Rent. ESTATE AUD OTHER PKOfEKII. TO LET.- Houiaof six rooms on east side of feoVral ground; best location In Santa Fe: Rat Hid Waier. WrtU.d bit ri.illml fin-mull il m inil'ni. .llio.l .ii u I.. ... .i.? moha0l''1U'S,OU'yU )Vural u"1'jr su'tuJ uI "" oiflcesua 1 nouses, from 7.M to30per Foil S.VI.E ,u urea bargains. sim of the mist desirable biiildlnir si'cs In Santa Fe; also fOUr ailli OnL'-tia f atlll tU'fi V. MI-i-k-i lllntu n.,ar ..........1 1...II.I.. Iu II 1 ....l ! i .1 ...... ....... . i ........ ... u, ..nj.,.,... iiiiii.iiti, nin" i-n i i-ait u ai a ronui rtsia il. li ' . "' 011 "'"lion, out! acre ol ifiouu l in Inuli stani oi cultivation, numberless choice .lei.! mmi mi no i una ie !.ro a, uurncs, as.a njiii uial, wo., in perfect order; also a plot of land ou t'aiace avenue, riiiiiu iir thr .lull in sun t.-r.iiiri. . .m,,.. u.i.i a.ui mi ....... ,.r i.. .i one of tue very best locations iu the city for improvement with hotel, opora house, etc. ' Buy at Bottom Prices and Sell at Tip IS the SOCrot Of 8cre"-8ful real RHblto Riiitiilntlmi. ThU onnnrhinftv 111 hllV Ut tintliitn nrlMn.1 occurs but ouce in a life time, and Ih now hunt In Santa K, one of the most b aiititully lo. ated cities on earth and dcstiuiMt to be the "quecu ro idcuce city ol tue aouthwest." and the fash- ouable "summer resort ' of he nation. GEO. W. KNAEBEL, Attorney, t'alacu Ave, ur Court House, SAN i'A FK. Blan And those In need of any artlele In Ills line woold do well to call on him. ON SAN FRANCISCO STREET look ianuf actory ! AND BINDERY. AH kinds of Hlank Hooks used by Mercbanta, ltanks. County Ollicials, Iininjr and Kailroad Om :, ics made to orilcr Itlanks of all kinds ruled and printed to order. Music and Magazine, neatly -and substantially bound. Tbe best of materials usel; iriccs moderate and work warranted. A 1 orders by mail receive prompt attention. Old Boiks and Music Rebound. NEW MEyiOAN PRINTING CO.