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3S3 riBB to I-;", J a E : e. 03 Ul - S g -Si a ta 8 BBS ESSESS at as P.P, 7? ?! TJ 7! avi mci or SANTA FE. A Few Pacta for the General Informa tion of Tsurists and Sight Seera Visiting the ssa ; cats. ; s p. -1 : p. an. : BESSEE p,l ol 3 p o ci -ri UiSN CAPITAL CITY OP NEW MEXICO. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. aaa : p.a : a s pp. -o-p-. ; E S s a - P. p. 11 9 6S a SANTA FE SOUTHERN AND DENVER & RIO GRANDB RAILWAY COS. Bcenlc Route ol the West and Shortest line to Paeblo, Colorado springs wa n. ' CUNT Fa. N. M.. June .",1890. Hall and Express No. 1 and 2 Da ly except AF8725 pm . .. Santa Fe.N.M.... 7:80 -m Lv 6:! pm Kspanola 8m 2:45 pmD.... Serviletta. ,.D12:2o pm 112:10 pm ....Antonlto.Colo... 8:30 pm 10:28 am B Alamosa 8 4:45 pm 7:25 am La Veta 8:25 pm 6:00 am B.....Cnehara Jo 9:30 pm 4:05 am Pueblo 11:60 pm 2:20 am ..Colorado Springs.. 1:55 am Lt 11:30 pm Denver 6:00 am 9:20 pm Kansas City, Mo. 2d d 7:00 am 9:00 am St. Louis. . . :JVS Ar 6:0 pm 2dd.Denvor,Colo 8:30 am Lv Lt 1:00 pm ....Chicago, 111. 2d d 6:45 am Ar Ar 2:55 am ....Pueblo, Colo .... 1:00 am ,.v 10:30 pm Salida 6:19 am Lv Lt 7:60 pm Leadville 7:4ft am Ar Ar 2:66 am ...Pueblo, Colo 2:10 am Lv 10:46 pm Salida 6:20 am 10:00 am Grand Jc C:30 pm 7:10 pm Salt Lake, City, Utah 9:1ft am Lt 6:40 pm Ogden 10:40 am Ar Ar 6:30 pm 2d day Ugden 10:45 am Lv Lt 6:00 am San Francisco, 2d day 10:45 pm Ar TERRITORIAL. Delegate in Congress anthonv Joseph Governor L. Bkadfoko I'iuncx Secretary B. M. Tiioms Solicitor General Edward L. Baktlett Auditor Trinidad Alakid Treasurer Ahtonio Oktiz y Sai.azar Adjutant Generai W. S. Fletcher Seo'y Bureau of Immigration Max Frokt JUDICIARY. Chief Justice Supreme Court Ja. O'Brien Associate Justice 1st district.. W. 11, Whitkman Associate Justice 2d district VV. 1). Lee Associate Justice 3d district J. K. Menu Presidium Justice 4tli district J.i s. O' H hi e n U. 8. District Attorney K. A. Kiskk U. S. Marshal TRiNin.in Komkko lerlt Supreme Coart Summers Burkhart LAND DEPARTMENT. U.S. Surveyor General Edward F. IIobart U. S. Land Register A. L. Morrison Receiver Public Moneys Wm. M. Berber U. S. ARMY. Commander at Ft. Marcy, .. . . Cor.. Simon Snyder Adjutant Licit. B. Y.Skybirn Quartermaster Lieut. Plummkr Disbursing Q. M C'ajit. J. W. Sumnierliayes. Advice to Mothers. Mrs. Winslow'g Soothing Syrup should always be used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves the little suHerer at once ; it produces natural, quiet sleep by relieving the eliilu Irora pain, and the lit tle cherub awakes as"briKhtas a button It is very pleasant to taste. It soothes the child, softens the mm, allays all pain relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and the best kn own remedy for diarrhoea, rhether arising from teething or other o tws. Twenty-live cents a bottle. U. 8. Int. Rev. Collector. J.P. McGborty HISTORICAL. Santa Fe, the city of the Holy Faith of St. Francis, is the capital of New Mexico, trade center, sanitary, arch episcopal see, and also the military headijuartors. An Indian pueblo hud existed on the site previous to the ith century. Its name was O-ga-p'ho-KO, but it had been abandoned long before Cororiailo's titne. The Spanish town of Santa Fe was found ed in 1005, it is therefore the second old est European settlement still extant in the United States. In 18U4 came the first venturesome American trader the forerunner ol the (pent line of mer chants who wave mode traflic over the Santa Fe world-wide in its celebrity. Then he clnsped her with emotion. Drew the maiden to his breast. Whispered vows or true devotion, The old, old talo, you know the reifc rrom his circled arms upspringlng. With a tear she turned away, And her voice with sorrow ringing, I shall not see my bridal day.'p This dramatic speech broke him up badlyt 5u when she explained that her apprehen sions were founded on the faot of an inher ned predisposition to consumption in her family, he calmed her fears, bought a bottle of lir. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery for her, and she is now the incarnation of health. Consumption fastens its hold upon its viotimi J, ..i.h7, a, unconscious of Ita approach. The Golden Medical Discovery " hua cured thouoands of enses of this most fatal of mala dies, nut it must bo taken before the disease is too far advanced in ordor to be effective Jf taken in time, and given a fair trial. It will refui?dcd!OUay P8ld IOr " W,U be For Weak Lian, Spitting; of Blood, Short i.c ol breath, llronrhitle! Asthma, Severe Coughs, and kindred affections, it is an efficient remedy. Copyright, 1885, by World's Dis. Mid. AM'm. The man r ho lies swinging in a bam' mock all day long can generally think up lots of schemes to keep other people busy. People Everywhere Confirm our statement wnen we say that Acker's n-nghsli Kemedy is in every way superior to any and all other preparations for the throat and lungs. In whooping cough and croup it is magic and relieves at once. We offer you a sample bottle free. Remember, this remedy is sold on a positive guaranted by A. (J. Ireland, jr. druggist. The man who marries a millionaire daughter does not have to wait fifty years for a golden wedding. f5Q0 Is Life Worth Living? Not if you go through the world a dyspep' tic. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets are a posi tive cure (or the worst forms ol dyspepsia. indigestion, flatulency and constipation guaranteed and sold by A. U. Ireland, lr, druggist. Mower and mower does the farmer come a power in politics. be- OFFERED for an inournble case of Ca tarrh iU fhA llAlwl hv th- proprietors of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. Cy Its mild, soothing mid healing aropcrtieg it cures the worst oases, no mn,ttr of aor I tundlag. jjy druggist, 60 ocnu. THE CLIMATB A PLAIN STATEMENT Mrs. Icff'erson Davis' Memoir ofher llua baud. ltiOfurd Company's Iteply. of New Mexico is considered the finest on the continent. The high altitude in sures dryness and purity (especially adapted to tne permanent cure of pul monary complaints, as hundreds will be witness,) and by traveling irom point to point almost any desired temperature mav be enjoyed. The altitude of some of the principal points in the territory is as follows: Santa Fe, 7,047; Costilla, 7,774; Tierra Amarilla, 7,4'joj Gloricta, 7,587; Taos, 6,!.rrt); Las Vegan, 6,452; Cimarron. 0.489, Bernalillo, 5,704; Albu- General freight ana ticket omoe nnaer tne querque, 4,918; hocorro, 4,to; Las ORT.Itjil Hotel, coiner of nlaza. where all in for mation relative to through freight and ticket rates will be cheerfully given and through trck eta sold. Free elegant new chair cars sautaFe to Cuchara Junction. Through Pullman sleepers between Pueblo, Leadville and ogden. Passen nra for Denver take new broad gauge Pullman sleepers from Cuchara. All trains now go over Comanche pass in daylight. Berths secured by telegraph. C'uas. Johnson. Gen. Supt. Hi f Jcloslng going east Hall closes going west Mall arrives from east Hall arrives from west CLOSING GF MAILS. a. h. r. 6:60 M. 4:15 12:06 T. M. 7:80 7:30 10:34 FEATEENAL OEDEES. MONTEZUMA LODGE, No. 1, A. F. A A, H. Meets en the first Monday of each mouth. SANTA FE CUAP1KK, No. 1, R. A. Haaona. Meets on the second Monday of each month. SANTA FE COMMA NDERY, No. 1, Knights Templar. Meets on the fourth Monday of each mouth. SANTA FE LODGE OF PERFECTION, No. 1. 14th degree A. A. S. R. Meets on the third Monday of each month. ' AZTTAN LODGE, No. 8, I. O. 0. F. Meets every Friday night. SANTA FE LODGE, No. 2, E. of P. Meets first and third Wednesdays. GERMANIA LODGE, No. 6, K. of P. Meets 2d and 4th Tuesdays. NEW MEXICO DIVISION, No. 1, Uniform Rank K. of P. Meets first Wednesday In each month. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA. Meets second Thursday in the month. SANTA FE LODGE, Mo. 2367, (i. U. O. 0. F. Meets first and third Thursdays. GOLDEN LODGE, No. 3, A. O. U. W. Meets every second and fourth Wednesdays. GARLETON POST, No. 8, G. A. K., moels first and third Wednesdays of each month, at theii hall, south side of the plaza. CHURCH DIRECTORY. a Mkthodibt Episccpai Church. Lower San Francisco St. Bev.G. P. Fry, Pas tor, residence next the church, Presbyterian Church. Grant St. Rev. George G. Smith, Pastor, residence Clar endon Gardens. Chubch of thb Hlt Faith (Epis copal). Upper Palace Avenue. Bev. Edward W. Meany, B. A. (Oxon), resi dence Cathedral St. Conobeqational Church. Near the University. CLAEMDON POULTRY YARDS HOGS FOR HATCHING. Silver Wyandottes, Light B rah mas, Houdans. Ground Bone, Oyster Shell, Meat Scraps, Drinking Fountains and Imperial Kg Food, Address ARTHUR BOYLE, Santa Fe, N. M. CLARENDON GARDEN Home Brown Fruits and Fruit Trees, free from Disease and Insect Pests. ARTHUR BOYLE. Agent for the Nixon Noaale It Machine Co la prepared to take ordera for spraying Orchards with Nixon's Little Giant Ma chine and Climax Spray Noaale and In. Beet Poison. Correspondence Sollolted p. it. box inn. Sent Fe. w. h (tuuK FOR TUT MILLION FRFS" OME TREATMENT WITH IVItUlWAL tLLl IHIUII Sor all CHRONIC. OHOANI0 and KRVOnS DTKEARER in hnth nn ItPgRU CHEMICAL CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS ii ELECTRIC BELT mi for4o' Adjlraas. faaFrani Owing to the g mu nf the new "Cala. Electric Buspensorr nrn, ihave redneed the price from OS 'to 1, which makes it the cheap. ""udot hmkarkI.T In thf Za. and supsrior to otners wniuu rr Cruces, 3,844; Silver City, 5,946; it. Stanton, 5,800. Tlie mean temperature at the government station at Santa be, for the years named was as follows ; 1874, 48.9 degrees; 1875, 48.(5 degrees; 187(3, 48.1: 1877.48.3; 1878. 47.6. 1879, r0.6: 1880, 46.6 ; which shows an extraordinary uniformity. .For tubercular diseases the death rate in New Mexico is the lowest in the union, the ratio being as follows: New England, 25 ; Minnesota, 14 ; South ern States, 6 ; and New Mexico, 3. DISTANCES. Santa Fe ia distant from Katisas City 869 miles; from Denver, 338 miles; from Trsinidad, 216 miles; from Albu querque, 85 mi'es; from Doming, 316 miles ; from El Paso, 340 miles ; from Lou Angeles, 1,032 miles; from San Fran cisco, 1,281 miles. ELEVATIONS. The base of the monument in the grand plaza is, according to latest coirect ed measurements, 7,019.5 feet above the level of the sea ; Bald mountain, toward the northpaft and at the extreme north ern end of the Santa be mountains, 12,661 feet above sea level; Lake l'eak,t6 the right (wh vre the Santa Fe creek has its source), is 12,045 feet high ; the divide (Tesuque road; ,ii; Agua ma, o,iou; Cieneguilla (west), 6,025; La Bajada, 5,514 ; mouth of Santa Fe creek (north of Pena Blanca), 5,225; Saudia mountains (highest point), 10,608; Old Placers, 6,801; Los Ctrrillos mountains (south), 5,684 feet in height. FOINTB OF INTEBKST. There are some forty various points of more or less historic interest in and about the ancient city : The adobe palace stands on the spot whore the old Spanish palace had been erected shortly after 1605. That ancient structure was destroyed jn 1680 and the present one was constructed between 1697 and 1710. The chapel cf San Miguel was buiit be tween 1636 and 1080. In the latter years the Indians destroyed it. Fully restored in 1711, it had previously, and after 1603, been the only Spanish chapel in Santa Fe. It still remains tne oiuest cnurcn in use in New Mexico. The walls of the old cathedral date in part from 1622 ; but the edifice proper is from the past century. Old Fort Marcy was first recognised and used as a strategic military point by the Puetilo Indians when they revolted against Spanish rule in 1680 and drove out the enemy after besieging the city for nine days. The American army under Kearney constructed old Fort Marcy in 1846. Fort Marcy of the present day is gar risoned by two companies of the 10th U. 8. infantry, under command of Col. Snyder, and here at 9 a. m. daily occurs guard mounting, a feature of military maneuvering evei of interest to the tourist. Other points of ir.terest to the tourist are : The Historical Society's rooms ; the "Garita,"the military quarter; chapel and cemetery of Our Lady of the Rosary ; the church museum at the new cathedral, the archbishop's gardens ; church of our Our Lady of Guadalupe with its rare old works of art; the soldiers' monument, monu ment to the Pioneer Path-Finder, Kit Carson, erected by the G. A. R. of New Mexico; St. Vincent hospital, conducted by Sisters of Charity, and the Orphans' industrial school; the Indian training school ; Loreto Academy and the chapel of Our Lady of Light. The sightrseer here may also take a vehicle and enjoy a day's outing with both pleasure and profit. The various spots of interest to be visited are Tesuque pueblo, axing in the divide en route; Monument rock, up in picturesque Santa Fe canon ; the Aztec mineral springs ; Nambe pueblo ; Agua Fria village ; the turquoise mines; place of the assassina tion of Governor Perez; San lldefonso pueblo, or the ancient cliff dwellers, be yond the Rio Grande. THB CITY OF SANTA KK is making a steady modern growth ; has now a population of 8,000, and has every assurance of becoming a beautiful modern city. Her people are liberal and enter prising, and stand ready to foster and en courage any legitimate undertaking hav ing for ite object the building up aad im provement of the place. Among the present needs of Santa Fe, and for which fibers! bonuses in cash or lauds could un doubtedly be secured, may be mentioned a canning factory ; a wool scouring plant and a tannery. Skilled labor of all kinds is in demand at good wages. The cost of living is reasonable, and real propeity, both Inside and suburban, li i mUj ad nnetaf taTalM 1 It was our good fortune to be chosen by Jefferson Davis, before his death, to publiBh his last complete work. "A Short History of the Confederate States," and by Mrs. Jelierson Davis, since her hus band's decease, to publish her own Kteat work, ".leiferson Davis, Ex-President of the Confederate States; A Me moir, by His Wife." The result of this hus been a storm of calumny and slander, chiefly through the medium of circulars widely distributed among the people; though, to our surprise, some of the news papers have taken part in the attacks upon us. it is Memoir of her husband by Mrs. Davis which seems chiflytohave i-voKeu tins vituperative tempest. We have been called "Yankee publishers;" our straiKhtforward statements of the cha racter and aims of the books w e publish have been denounced as lies; in fact, "verything that envious invention could devise has been tlung at us. Why, we at a loss to understand. Why we should be "Yankee rjubli- Khers," because some of our oflices are in the North, we fail to see. We have close ousiness ana inendly connections in every state and City in the Sonth. Our nlliliations are almost entirely Southern it is the works of Southern people that we clm tly publish, and the books upon our catalogues are largerly devoted to Southern lite and in the interest of South erners. Are not thousands of Southern ers born and bred, living and doing busi- iices at tno norm, as we are doing, sim ply because, at the present time, ,recei ving and distributing, railroad and shin pim; facilities are easier of access there? Does tin's makes us Yankees ? Does any ncubi uit? person suppose mat Jelierson Davis, Mrs Davis, would have intrusted responsibilities so heavv and works nf character so purely Southern, if both of them had not had full assurance of our Southern relaiions and sympathies? Such a statement is as absurd as it is slaude rous and untrue. As to Mrs. Davis, "Jefferson Davis, Ex-president of the Confederate States," published by Bel ford Company, we make, once for all, this plain statement of a truth, that this book is positively the only Biography, Life or Memoir of Mr. Davis that lias been authorized by his family ; that Mrs. Davis, the honored widow of Jefferson Davis, is the sole author of it; that she has neither contributed a line nor a word to any other so-called Biography whether puuiisneu, or to oe published, North or South. For this book (and also for the hhort History) Mrs. Davis is to receive a full share of the profit on every copy sold. She owns and holds the copyright. The work is full, minute and graphic nar rative of the public and .domestic life of the great man, by the only person now living competent to perform that duty. It is therefore the only biography of Jef ferson Davis which is or can be authentic authorized and complete. These are the facts, and this is our only reply to the injustice and injury we have received. We make no counter attack upon any one. It is not necessary that we should : for we can safely accept the Southern people as a jury, confident in their verdict. Respectrully yours, Rei.foed Company, Pmulihiikks, That Hacking Cough Can be so quickly cured by Shiloh'sCure. we guarantee it. U. M. Oreamer. If a man could see himself as others seo him he would pull down the blinds. Why Will Ton Cough when Shiloh's Cure will you immediate relief. Price lOcts. cts., and $1. C. M. Creamer. give , 50 Lipplucott'a Alagaaine, With its varied and excellent contents, is a library in itself. It was indeed a happy thought to print un enure novel in eacn numoer. Not a short novelette, but a long story sucn as you used to get in book form and pay from SI to $1.50 for. Not only that, but with each number you get an abundance of other contribu' tions, which gives you a good magazine besides tne novel. It does not follow in old beaten paths- which is an easy task but is perpetually discovering new, and pleasant ones, and following them, too. The ringing blows which have ' been struck on the gateway of popular favor, have resounded throughout the entire land, and to-day Lippincott's Magazine stands in the front rank of monthly publi cations, and it is the most widely-read-and-talked-of publication of its kind in the world. For full particulars, address Lii-pincott's Magazine, Philadelphia. $3 per yer, 25 cents single number. The publisher of this paper will receive your subscriptions. The dog in pursuit of rabbits doesn't mind the wear and tear to his pants, if he has his overhauls. Toledo, O. known F. How's Til is'.' We offer $100 reward for any t catarrh that can not be cured by tukin Hall s Catarrh Cure. b J. Cheney it Co., Props. We, the undersigned, have J. Cheney for the last litteen venr.", and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions "and linnm-iaUy able to carry out any oblinalinns made bv their firm. West&Truax, wholesaledrnjrirists, Tole do, Ohio; Walding, Rinnan & Marvin, wholesale druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials scut free. Price 75 cents per bottle. ?r,U hv all druggists. A., T. & H. F. Appointment. The New Mexican has heretofore an nounced some of the changes taking effect in the freight department of the A.. T. & S. F. July 1. The oflicial circular ju.it at hand is as follows : The Atchison, Topeka & Santa l'e Rail road company having acquired the St. Louis & San Francisco railway, the fol lowing agencies will be consolidated, and on and after July 1, 1890, will be under the charge of the followinn auents : C. D. Simouson, gcnoral eastern agent, New York; S. W. Manning, general New England agent, Boston, Mass. ; T. M. Orr, general agent, Pittsburg, Pa.; E. S. Fishback. general agent. Cincinnati. ( ihio C. Ivers, genoral agent, St. Louis, .Mo. ; fc. Copland, general agent, Chicago ; S. M. Osgood, general agent, lies Moines. Iowa; J. B. Dcibv, freight agent. Phila delphia, Pa. ; F. A. Jackson, commercial agent, Buffalo, N. Y. ; A. Andrews, freight agent, Cleveland, Ohio; K. M. Hacheller, commercial agent, Detroit, Mich ; C. W. Stover, general agent, Peoria. 111. ; W. T. Coulter, commercial agent, Quincy, III ; George M. Sargent, commercial agent, Kansas City, Mo. ; II. A. Russell, general agent, St. Joseph, Mo. ; II. L. King, gen eral agent, Atchison, Kas. ; O. F. Zim merman, general agent, Denver, Colo. ; C. M. Hicklin, commercial agent. Pueblo. Colo.; C. II. Morehouse, division lreight agent, El Paso, lexas; C. R. Uruy, dis trict freight agent, Carthage, Mo. ;' E. II. Davis, district freight agent, Wichita, Kas.; C. O. Shepherd, freight agent, Mil waukee, Wis. ; J. D. Kenworthv. freight agent, Salt Lake City, Utah. Albuquerque Foundry & Machine Comp'y R. P. HALL, Secretary and Treasurer. (TtOK AT BKAP CASTINGS, ORE, COAL AND LUMBER CARS, nMAf-T INtf , I'ULLKIH, GKATK BARS, KABBIT METAL, COLUMNS A -Nil IKON FRONTS FOB BUILDINGS. REPAIRS ON MINING AND KILL MACHINERY AlJauquercjtie, A SPECIALTY. New Mexico. THE SANTA FE BAKERY Bread, Pies and Cakes. Groceries and Provisions. F. SCHNEPPLE, Proprietor. HAH FKAHCIBCO STBKKT, I I I I I A2TTA WM, m. m J. R. HUDSOC ManafactiLrr of Mexican Filigree Jewelry WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. wine Aaehtua Rep A ta SottfhSideof Plata. mmi all klnO f Sawlnr Maekb aaaLUa. M SMetaalM aad Sr. Olaa Ma. MAST A. , X. M Billings Well, my boy, are you tislied with married life? Benedict Satisfied? Whv I an fectly satiated with it. satis- Electric ISittera. The remedy is becoming so well known and so popular aa to need no special men tion. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaran teed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the liver and kidneys, will remove pimples, boils salt rheum and other affections caused by impure Dioou. w in drive malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all malarial fevers. For cure of headache. constipation and indigestion try Electric enters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Price 50 cents and $1 per bottle at C. M. Creamer's drug store. Before getting into the "swim" a man should be reasonably sure that he can keep his head above the water. Shlloh'i Catarrh Remedy, A positive cure for catarrh. Diphtheria and Canker Mouth. C. M. Creamer. Notice for Publication. Homestead 2174.J Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M., June 17, 1890. ( Notice is hereby given that the follow ing named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the register or receiver, at Santa F"e, N. M., on July 25, 1800, viz: David Smith for tiie se nw,1, sw) ne, nw,l se', ne.1 sw1, sec. 26, tp 14 n, r 9 e. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Oil Sandoval, Luciano Chavez, Juan Sandoval, Luis Lopez, all of Lamy, Santa Fe Co., N. M. A.L. Moiuuson, Register. Tim special Pecos valley edition of the Lincoln (N. M.) Independent will be is sued on or about July 15 prox. All par ties interested in the Pecos valley and southern New Mexico are anxious to see this forthcoming work, as they are prom ised a complete write-up of the country, illustrated by more than forty elegant photo-engravings, besides maps of the railroad and irrigating enterprises, etc. These engravings are bound to Bhow the country just as it is, as they are exact re productions of photographs. THIS PAPIER is kept en tile at E. C I take's advertising agency, 64 and 65 Merchants' Exchange, San Francisco, Cal., where contracts for advertising can be made for It PKttMA.MiNTI.rcURKDbTtlllntth SAHDEH ELECi AIC TRUJ. niTinu..! BEST TRUSS MADE, M IIKlit'urMhlM:....nr H HVI'lllnM OnlvRtNI'INK Kl.KmieTRirHHhiWi.liL. anil fln.Ml. pitki? ru..Uki....r Thl. 8F.W lavtotln oomblDM atD0e. Ou llliutv fortnight .M AV. oiiiiv. rowwk ;iarittljonJlrlu.lrtMM.M. lllutt' M.SAND(li. SKINNCIIlOCl.BtSTE : Sarah Bernhardt is said to be in love with explorer Stanley. 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Acker'p Blood Elixir will remove all im puritk s and leave the complexion smooth and clear. There is nothing that will so thoroughly build up the constitution, puri fy and strengthen the whole system Sold and guaranteed by A. C. Ireland, jr., drnggisl. very Gazzam Mahlstick does some effective forest and marine work. Maddox Yes; he's a good hu-er of wood and drawer of water. Catarrn Cured Health and sweet breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price fifty cents. Nasal injector free. CM. Creamer. "Glad to see you," said the cannibal. "Thank you for your kind reception." returned the missionary. "I think we shall get on famously together." "I hope so," observed the cannibal. "Your predecessor disagreed with me." Round trip tickets to Las Vegas bet springs and return, good for ninety days, on sale at $5 at A., T. & S. F. railroad office. Is Coimumptlon Incurable? Read the following: Mr. C. H. Morris, Newark, Ark , says: "Was down with abscess of lungs, and friends and physi cians pronounced me an incurable con sumptive. Began taking Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, am now on my third botfle, and able to oversee the work on my farm. It is the finest medicine- ever made." Jesse Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio, says T "Had it not been for Dr. King's New Dis covery for Consumption I would have died of lung troubles. Was given up by the doctors. Am now in best of health." Try it. Sample bottles free at C. M. Creamer's drug store. . All kinds of legal blanks, deeds, justice of the peace blanks, note books, etc., a stock at the New Msxicax office. Will You Sinner With dyspepsia ami liver complaint? Shiloh's Vitalize is guaranteed to cure you. V, M. Creamer. "Why did you step aside to let that fat man pass." Well, it rather struck me that he was in a positon to claim the right of wipgh.' Backlen'g Arnica Salve. Ane best halve in the world for cuts bruises, sores, ulcera, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. or money refunded. Price 25 centa per nor. for sale by i;. h. Creamer. DUDROW & HUGHES, Proprietors HER HOUSE Silver City, New Mexico. FRED. O WRIGHT, Manager. J". A.. MOSES. P'ROPB Business Director! ATTOKNKVS AT LAW. DR. BAND EN'S ELECTRIC BELT WTMinnMinar At the Picnic Grounds. Why Colonel, to whom arc that elaborate salute? The Major To the butter, me. The Belle you making It out ranks A Nasal Injeotur Free with each bottle of Shilol Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. C. M. Creamer. Love knots should be tied with a single beau. A cauple of soda fountains remind one of a pair of sizzers. If About to Travel or Einigra te. The voyager can not be provided with a safer remedy and protective medicine tliaa Ilostct tcr'a Stomach Bitterg. Abundant tcsilinony exist to prove iliatit nullifies hurtful climatic influences and the effects of oxpo-ure, that it reconciles the stomach to unaccustomed food. and prevents injurious results from impure wa'er. Mariners, tourists, emigrants and min ers have all contributed their quota of testi mony in its behalf, and Its protective niliuiuee has been most effectually demonstrated in re gions aud under conditions where, if not ready effective, that iact would long since have been exposed. In no class of disorders have its reme dial and preventive properties been more con spiououslv shown than iu cases of malarial fevers, maladies for wnich it is the must popu lar Bnecillc iu existence, bolh here and in the tropics, where its retaliation is scarcely sec., mi to that which it enjoys on this continent. It is, moreover, a most agreeable appetizer and nervine. For superior work in the line of book binding call at the New Mexican of fice. Orddrs by mail given prompt atten tion. II 1 KEEP TO THE RIGHT. So not be Imposed on by any of the nnmero;. imitations, substitutes, etc., which are floodlr. , the world. There is only ono Swift's Specific, and there Is nothing like It. Onr remedy con tains no Mercury, I'otoeh, Arsenic, or any pols onous substance whatever. It builds np the gen eral health from the first dose, and has neve. hOect to eradicate contagious blood poison ard Its effect from the system. Uo sure to get the genuine. Send your address for our Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases, which will tic mafl?' foe. SWIFT SPECIFIC fft Atlanta Oa John I. Victory. Catron, Knaebei & Clancy. Rdwnrd L. Bartlett. K. A. Flake. . fieii. W. Knaebei. It. K. Twitchell- Max. Frost. Geo. C. I'reston. I "b DISC vnt crn- -vv Afi- iimm ta cxj.bi dtuh.ni, IMPROVtOsUgttifCTRIC UT AM SUIMISMT i or KKH .SU jiJTi. ao.iiKt, llxl tor UilanMlI. p. I pose, Cure at Gratratita WtRknaM, vtvinl Fnatr, SUA, aaata ' In, rnntlnona. Carr.nL of Klrctrleltr tbroBKB all WKAK r A Kl H, reiloring mem to hkalth aad vimohui aaraaawTH. iSSS DRMMTlTKO laraaaa IK . IMF,"DIMKCTI0J8arltiiMi . Klrrtrte Current r.ll liuLntlT, or w lorrtU S6.0UO la aua. . DKLr aad Sn.prarr Coaplnla M. aaa an. Wonlaanasraf PMaaatlj Cared la torea aioottia. Sealed paapaiet free. 1ARDEH tiCCTRIC CO., SUMES IIOGI, YEI,Cll DENTISTS. D. W. Manley. HUKVKVOKS. Win. White. BANKS. First National Bank. Second National Bank. INSURANCE AGENTS. l'aal Wunschmann & Co. Wm. Berg-er. John Gray. MERCHANTS. A WEAK MAIM ( Can now enre himself of the deplorable result ! of early abase, and erfectly reetore his i vigor and vitality by the Great Australian .! Remedy. The remarkable enrea of hopeleu I cases of nervous debility and private ion I plaints are everywhere stamping out quackery. ! The medicine, a physician's gift to sufrerinj humanity, will be aent free to those afflicted. Address DR. M. B. TAYLOR. 809 Mark et street, San FraucUCo. FOR MEN ONLY! A. Staab, Wholesale Merchandise. GROCERIES. For LOST or FAILCN O KAltfloODl Oenaral and NEBVOTS DIBrlJfTTi W. N. Emmert, No. 6. Cartwright Orlswold, No. , 8. 8. Beaty. HARDWARE. Weakaaaasf Body and Kin d. Meets of Errors or Exaeaaaa ia Old a. Vmn Robnil, Nobl. a&NIIOOD rally Berterrd. Hew laealaneaai dCr..,tknHl,lKlKHUimDOIUUS6eFBTOrIDl. AbiololrlT oafalllnt HOaK TaKeTMKST BeaaBU ht a dev. Ben tettlly froei 0 Staloa and Pertlea Coaetrtee. Vrile laeai. le.rlpU,e Book, riplanatlea aad anr'i anllrd tiiiiiii r. n Addnaa ERIE MEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO. M. V. SFIF-ACTIN SHADE ROLLERS HARTSHORNS W. A. McKenale. K. D. Frana. CLOTHING & GENTS' FURNISHING. Beware of Imitations, NOTICE AUTOGRAPH Or flol. Spleajelbers;. DRUGGISTS. C. M. Creamer. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. . J) yv m t Jt a r i nb Abe Gold. Sol. Lowltzkl Si Son. MISCELLANEOUS. LABEL AVD GET GENUINE HARTSHORtfr ONLY) ArUdl I ISC oioeraj nj M.HV0US DEBILITY nrrp Tp Weaknew of Bmlyand Mind: Effort VI - .aykd of KriW A. T. 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TO WEAK LIEN thvffering from the effecta of youthful errors, early decay, wasting weakness, lost manhood, etc, I will end a valuable treatise (sealed) containing full particnlara for borne cure, FRtEof charge. A aplandld medical work i shouldbe read by every man who la nervous and debilitated. AddneaJ "KM. Fa C. FOATUEBL MtHrt.1I. COUnt CURES Nr-rvoas Debility, ExhnnMlon, Premarare De. cay, Partial er Total Impelency, Bad All WEAK- ness arising from over-taxation of mind or body. MEN SunVrlnjr from the Diseases and weakness that ban oriittn in youthful Imprudence can rely on a apeedr and permanent restoration to health and bapptneaa. Price, S'i.00 by mall aecarely araled. 9 THB SPBCrrw Is prrparod from the pmerlpthm of an old and eiportii-M physician, and mav be relied ea ja remedy unequaled In fffloacy, and we therefore recommend it to the notice of the bStdtcal iVojajal Office and Laboratory AroMcrrs Specific, IS E. 30ib 81.. Kew Yerfc Cl.