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ill 5; 2- H 2 2 i .5 Ul Ql, m. a M ta o H j oi y. ! 33 S Ej?S : EBSSaS . G.3J ; s a! 5 : V 5 : BSB : SB: 3 : 3 ft : 1 U SANTA FE. Few Faots for the General Informa tion of Tturists and Sight Seers ViBiting the CAPITAL CITY OP NEW .MEXICO. OFFICIAL DIRECTOUV. : cs c s M p c S etf O HjcrJol 5. CLKPh sas D.CO. o i;i co ; gsasss P, at a) ol ol A saa h 3 P.O. K oO C"i CO " a a p. p. as III M S S 3 P-P.I a a i- p. p. o-8 i3 g a a S a. at SANTA FK 80TJTHKRN AND DENVER & RIO BAN 1A GAUND1 KAILWAY COS. Scenic Kontu of the West and Shortest line to Pueblo, Colorado springs aim V.V'YLn RiKrt h H. N. M.. Juue .6.1830, Mail and Express No. 1 aud i-Da ly except Sunday, TERRITORIAL. Delegate In Congress Anthony Joshfh Governor L. Beadpokii Princb Secretary B. M. Thomas Solicitor Gonoral Edward L. Bartlktt Auditor Trinidad Ai.abid Treasurer Antonio Ortiz y Sai.azar Adlutant General W. 8. Fletcher Sec'y Bureau of Immigration Max Frost JUDICIARY. Chiof Justice Supreme Court Jas. O'Brien Associate Justice 1st district. .W. H. Whitkman Associate Justice '2d district W. J). Lre Associate Justice 3d district J. R. McKik Presiding Justice 4th district Jas. O'Brien U. 8. District Attorney K. A. Fiske 0.8. Marshal Trinioad Romero leik Supreme Court Summers Bdrkhart LAND DEPARTMENT. U.S. Surveyor General Edward F. Hobart u. B. Lana Keeistor a. u Morrison Receiver Publio Moneys Wm. M. Berokr U. S. ARMY. Commander at Ft. Marcy Coi.. Simon Snyder Adjutant Lieut. S. V.Seybi rn Quartermaster Lieut. Pldmmer Disbursing Q. M Capt. J. W. Summerhayes. U. 8. Int. Rev. Collector J.P. McGrobtt Ar 8:25 6:20 - 2:45 12:10 10:28 7:25 6:00 4:05 2:20 Lv 11:30 9:20 9:00 Ar 6:10 pm Ly 1:00 pm ar 2:55 am 10:30 pm Lv 7:50 pm 4r 2:5 am, 10:45 10:00 7:10, Lv 5:40 Ar 6:30 Lv 6:90 pm ant , pm pm pm am l .. Santa Fe,N.M.... 7::w am Lv , Espanola 9:20 am i D.... Servilotta . ..D 12:25 pm i ..Antouito, Colo . . . 3:30 pm i B Alamosa 8 4:45 pm i La Veta 8:25 pm B CucharaJo 9:30 pm Pueblo 11:50 pm ..Colorado Springs.. 1:55 am Denver 6:00 am Kansas City, Mo. 2d d 7:00 am St. Louis 6:45 pm 2dd.Denvcr,Colo.... 8:30 am Lv . . ..Chicago, 111. 2d d 6:45 am Ar !T77FuebTo7Colo .... 1:00 am lv Salida 6:18 am Lv Leach-ille 7:45 am Ar "TTPueblo, Colo,.. ..""2:10 am Lv Salida 6:20 am Grand Jc 6:30 pm Salt Lake, City, Utah 9:15 am ... ....OKden 10:40 am Ar id day Ogden 10:45 am Lv San Francisco, 2i day 10:45 pm Ar General freight and ticket office under the uapitni tiotei, comer oi piaza, woere au tuiur mation relative to through freight aud ticket rates will be cheerfully given and through tick eta sold. Free elegant new chair cars Santa Fe to Cuchara Junction. Through Pullman sleepers between Pueblo, Leadvllle and Ogden. Passen gers for Denver take new broad gauge Pullman sleepers from Cuchara. All trains now go over Comanche pass in daylight. Berths secured by telegraph. Chas. Johnson. Gen. Supt. Ha Jlclosing going east Mail closes going west Mail arrives from east Mail arrives from west CLOSING OF MAILS. A. M. F. M. 1:15 6:50 12:05 P. M. 7:80 7:30 10:34 FEATERNAL ORDERS. MONTEZUMA LODGE, No. 1, A. F. & A. M. Meets on the first Monday of each mouth. SANTA FK CUAPTKK, No. 1, K. A. Masons. Meets on the second Monday of each month. SANTA FK COMMANDKRT, Ko. 1, Knights Templar. Meets on the fourth Monday of each mouth. SANTA FK LODGE OF PERFECTION, No. 1, 14th degree A. A. 8. R. Meets on the third Monday of each month. AZTfiAN LODGE, No. 8, I. O. 0. F. Meets every Friday night. SANTA FE LODGE, No. 2, E. ol P. Meets first and third Wednesdays. GEKMANIA LODGE, No. 5, K. I P. Meets 2d and 4th Tuesdays. NEW MEXICO DIVISION, No. 1, Uniform Bank K. of P. Meets first Wednesday In each month. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA. Meets second Thursday In the month. SANTA FE LODGE, No. 2357, U. U. O. 0. F. Meets first and third Thursdays. GOLDEN LODGE, No. 8, A. O. U. W. Meets every second and fourth Wednesdays. CARLETON POST, No. 8, ti. A. K., meets first and third Wednesdays of each month, at thoil hall, south side of the plaza. CHURCH DI RECTORY. Msthodist EfisccrAi Church. Lower Ban Francisco St. He' . G. P. Fry, Pas tor, residence next the church. Presbyterian Church. Grant St. Bev. George G. Smith, Pastor, residence Clar endon Gardens. Church of thk Hly Faith (Epis copal). Upper Palace Avenue. Rev. Edward W. Meany, B. A. (Oxon), resi dence Cathedral St. Congregational Church. Near the University. CLABIKM POULTRY YARDS EGGS FOR HATCHING. Silver Wyandottes, Light B rah mas, Houdans. Ground Bone, Oyster Shell, Meat Scraps, Drinking Fountains and Imperial Egg Food. Address ARTHUR BOYLE, Santa F, N. M. CLARENDON GARDEN Home Grown Fruits and Fruit Trees, free from Disease and Insect Pests. ARTHUR BOYLE. A cent for the Nixon Nonle Mach Ine Co Is prepared to take orders for spraying OroWds with Nixon' Little Giant Ma chine and Climax Spray Nozzle aud Id. aect Poison Correspondence Solicited. P. O. box t05, Sant Fe, M. 21 uniiurt MB THF MILLION FREE OME TREATMENT WITH MEDICAL ELEGTRICITT For all CHRONIC, ORGANIC mi NERVOUS DISEASES in both sexti. Bar an Belt till yon read thli book. Addreis CHEMICAL CO., MllWAUa(l,Wit 11 71W Lili. WT ELECTRIC BELT IWInr to the OTTO ,fpan nf tha new "(loin. ltlectrle Suspensory Men," J have reduced the price from to M l, whlcn mftKesit ine citeap- 3 at FlRST-CIjAoa BtL T in me V .....orinr to others wlilchare c.u., in to :). Free bv mail lT.o'rrVREEbeltrorl0.8endforeiroular. gauFi'aucru.(al ortwiui iv HISTORICAL. Santa Fe, the city of the Holy Faith of St. Francis, is the. capital of New Mexico, trade center, sanitary, archepiscopal see, and also the military headquarters. An Indian pueblo had existed on the site previous to the 15th century. Its name was O-ga-p'ho-go, but it had been abandoned long before Coronado's time. The Spanish town of Sauta Fe was found ed in 1005, it is therefore the second old est European settlement still extant in the United States. In 180-1 came the first venturesome Amorican trader the forerunner ol the great line of mer chants who nave made traffic over the Santa Fe world-wide in its celebrily. J THK CLMATB of New Mexico is considered the finest on the continent. The high altitude in sures dryness ana purity (especially adapted to tne permanent cure of pul monary complaints, as nunureus win lie witness,) and by traveling from point to point almost any desired temperature mav bo enioved. The altitude of some of the principal points in the territory is as follows: Santa Fe, 7,047; Costilla, 7,774; Tierra Amarilla, 7,405 ; Glorieta, 7,587; Taos, 0,950; Las Vegas, 6,452; Cimarron, 6,481), Bornahllo, 5,704 ; Albu querque, 4,918; Socorro, 4,655; Las Cruces, 3,844; Silver City, 5,946; ft. Stanton, 5,800. The mean temperature at the government station at Santa Fe, for the years named was as follows ; 1874, 4S.9 degrees; 1875, 48.6 degrees; 1876, 48.1; 1877,48.3; 1878, 47.6. 1879, 50.6; 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 is distant from Kansas City 869 miles; from Denver, 338 miles; from Trsinidad, 216 miles; from Albu querque, 85 miles; from Dimlng, 316 miles ; from El Paso, 340 miles ; from Loi Angeles, 1,032 miles; from San Fran cisco, 1,281 miles. ELEVATIONS. The base of the monument in vhe grand plaza is, according to latest correct ed measurements. 7.019.5 feet above the level of the sea ; Bald mountain, toward the northfiaft and at the extreme north ern end of the Santa Fe mountains, 12,661 feet above sea level ; Lake Peak, to the right (whin? the Santa Fe creek has its source), is 12,045 feet high ; the divide (Tesuque road) 7,171 ; Agua Fria, 6,480 ; Cieueguilla (westi, 6,025; La Bajada, 5,514 ; mouth of Santa Fe creek (north of Pena Blanca), 5,225; Sandia mountains (highest point), 10,608; Old Placers, 6,801 ; Los Ctrrillos mountains (south), 5,584 feet in height. POINTS OF INTEREST. 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 where the old Spanish palace had been erected shortly after 1605. That ancient structure was destroyed in 1680 and the present one was constructed between 1697 and 1716. The chapel of San Miguel was built be tween 1636 and 1680. In the latter years the Indians destroyed it. Fully restored in 1711, it had previously, and after 1093, been the only spanisn cnapei in santa Fe. It still remains the oldest church 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 recognized and used as a strategic military point by the Pueblo 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 la gar risoned by two companies of the 10th U. S. infantry, under command of Col. Snyder, and here at 9 a. m. daily occurs guard mounting, a feature of military maneuvering ever of interest to the tourist. Other points of interest to the tourist are : The Historical Society's rooms ; the uarittl, me limitary 411111,0 , oiw 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 witn its rare oia worxs of art; the soldiers' monument, monu ment to the Pioneer ran- inder, iut Carson, erected by the G. A. R. of New j Mexico; St. Vincent hospital, conducted by Bisters of Charity, and the Orphans' industrial school; the Indian training school ; Loreto Academy and the chapel of Our Lady of Light. The sight-seer 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 Ildefonso pueblo, or the ancient cliff dwellers, be yond the Rio Grande. THK CITY OF SANTA FE 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 Btand ready to foster and en courage any legitimate undertaking hav ing for its object the building np aad im provement of the place. Among the present needs of Santa Fe. and for which liberal bonuses in cash or lands 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 ia reasonable, and real property, both inside and suburban Is 'dlly ad nnelHt favaioir TUB rfEW PBIZK STOKT Is etrerlr sought for, wd with pleasure or dis appointment is then tossed asids and forroU m o " wno Tnri ot Dr- Pierce s Fa- .u..,7 1 .muniuo, reaa a again, ror they dis cover in it something- to prize-a messenger of Joy to those suffering from functional deranre menta or from any of the painful disorders I or -u.,i,ni pcuuuar 10 weir sex. Periodical r""' ' luuniuuiauuD. ana Ulceration, leuoorrhea and kindred ailments readily yield to its wondurful curative and h.lin r,V- . It is the only medicine for women" sold by druggists, under a positive cnaranlee f rom the manufacturers, that it wiJi give satis faction in every case, or money will be re funded This guarantee has boon printed on the bottle-wrappers, and faithfully carried ou" u-u-Ut, or SU Coprrtfbt, 1835, by WOEXD'S Dlf. In lil'x. TJneaunlo'd PELLETS a - DOCTOB MVC&3 PIERCB'll eaaant ml 1 1 v. Bill a i , . S mm wj wxe. UBS Pellet m Pi- not gripe. Cures Sick Head. ri.e ."y.10. Headache, Cons 1 1 pa. r,.n 7 """""f xwiiona Attacks, jnd all derangements of the stomach and bowels. Put up in glass vials. fccrm.Ho.ii. Always freeh and reliable. Gently sealed. Laxative, or an active cathartic, accoraisc to sua of doso. 2& oanta, by druggists. APPLY FOR INFORMATION About The Great Southwest WhprA Inst year farmers netted 1100 to $200 ii MCI c per acre for fruit, grown on laud that can bo duplicated to-day for (30 per acre. Uhppa flve tons of lfal' hay, worth 12per iiigig ton, was grown on land tne like of which can be bought for 115 per acre. WhpPP many, many othi r products, such as ii iici o sweet potatoes, tomatoes and early vegetables, netted as large and largerprollts thau fruit. IA Hippo ,lie summers are cool, the winters I IICI C warm, cyclones unknown and ma laria unheard of. W hfipft there is the best opening in the world II IICI c for honest industry. To VV. F. WHITE, Passeuger Traffic Mf naiter, A., T. & 8. K. R. R OrHENKV F. C.RIKHSON, Immigration Agent, T. & 8. F. R. R., tt!3 Rialto Building, Chicago, 111. This railway passes through twelve states and territories, and having no lands of its owu to sell has no object lu advancing the interests of any special locality, or iu giving any other than ab solutely reliable information. It realizes that the prosperity of the farmers of the Kreat south west m. aus prosperity to itself also, aud is thus natnrauy wunug to tun tne immurraut as mucn as possible. Advice to Mothers. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should always be used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves the little sufferer at once ; it produces natural, quiet sleep by relieving the child from pain, and the lit tle cherub awakes as "bnitht as a button It is very pleasant to taste. It soothes the child, softens the gum, allays all pain relieves wind, rezulates the bowels, anc u the best kn own remedy for diarrhoea, t nether arising irora teotmng or otner c uses. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Teacher (iu arithmetic) Mow, Johnny suppose j'our father borrows $60 of friend for one year at 6 per cent, what would his friend receive at the expiration of that time? Johnny Nothing. People Everywhere Confirm our statement wnen we say that Acxer's Jiuglish Remedy 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 iree. Kememoer, tins reraeuy is sold on a positive guaranted by A. C. Ireland, jr. druggist. No man has yet climbed up the ladder of fame on round drinks. A butcher who gives light weight by the meat-trick system. sells Is Life Worth LlvlnT Not if you go through the world a dyspep tic. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets are a posi tive cure for the worst forms of dyspepsia, indigestion, flatulency and constipation. Guaranteed and sold bv A . C. Ireland, ir.. druggist. The man who keeps hasn't anything to say is factor. still when he a public bene Sweeney w hat is your opinion McPheteres Ask my wife. Will Yon Buffer With dyspepsia and liver complaint? Simon's vitaiizer is guaranteed to cure you. v. m. ureamer. Laws of New Mexico Of 1889, SPAH ISH & -EXGrXilSH" FOR BALE At the New Mexican Office. HE SHORT UNF TO "Now, papa," said the summer girl, gayly, "What do you think is the best summer resort?" "Suicide," said the old man, disconsolately. That Hacking Cough Can be so quickly cured by Shiloh'sCure. We guarantee it. C. M. Creamer. mis is sometinng ol a windlall," re marked Sir Isaac Newton when the apple hopped. Lippiucott's Magazine, With its varied and excellent contents. is a library in itself. It was indeed a happy thought to print an entire novel ineach number. Not a Bhort novelette, but a long story such as you used to get in book form and pay from $1 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 the novel. It does not follow in old beaten paths which is an easy task but is perpetually uiHcuvoring new anu pleasant ones, and lunowing mum, too. The ringing blows which have ' been struck on the gateway of popular favor. have resounded throughout the entire land, and to-day Lippiucott's Magazine stands in tiie tront rank of monthly pubh cations, and it is the most widely-read-and-talked-of publication of its kind in the world. For full particulars, address lim'incott's magazine, fbiladelphia. f 3 per yer, 25 cents single number. The publisher of this paper will receive your suoscriptions. How's Tlii? We offer $100 reward fur any rune of catarrh that can not lie cured by inking Hall s Catarrh Cure. t. J. Jm:xEY cV Co., Props., Toledo, (). We, the undersigned, have known K. J. Cheney for the last lifieen years, am believe linn perfectly honorable in nil business transactions and (inuncially able to carry out any obligations made by their tirm. West&Trunx, wholi'FidodruL'iht.a, Tole do, Ohio; Walding, Kiunan t Marvin, wholesale druggists, Toledo, oi.in. Hall's Catarrh Cure i taken internally, acting directly upon the blond and imu otis surfaces of the system. Tehtinioninls Kent free. Price 75 cents ner bottle. Sold bv all druggists. Stutterer When I was out 1 s-s-saw a p-p-p-p-a-p-p-p- Cumso (walking away) Stick to it, my boyj and I'll be back in live minutes to hear what it was to you saw. itucklen's Atnlca sate. The best Salve in the world for cuts. bruises, sores, uloct.i, suit rhoum, fever sores, tetter, chapped bauds, chilblains corns, anu an skiu eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money reiunded. I'nce 20 cents pe dot. i or sal e ly U. M . Creamer. J. ? ( t it w ""V. Manufacturer of Mexican Filigree Jewelry WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Sewiof Jlaehlue Itepi trine aad all kinds af Bewin Heefcb a pplles. a aaa uaa er ibmihiu aaa icye u Month Bide of Plats, rketefraphU Views i aaa la Fa and viltaHrl BAJTTA WJt, V. M Albuquerque Foundry & machine Comp'y tv. xr. oecreiarj ana Treasurer. OH AHTJ BRASS CASTING), ORE, COAL AND LtlMBtR CAR, sBAft 1NO, FLLLKVH, GKATJt BARS, BABBIT METAL, COLCMNS ANB IHOM FRONTS FOK BUILDINGS. REPAIRS Iceman Shall I leave von a piece of ice niarm '! Lady Thank you, no. We have safe in the house. Shiloli's Catarrh Remedy, A positive cure for catarrh. Diphtheria and ranker juoutn. U. M. Creamer. Typ3-wnter pi;ur in all sUn an 1 quali ies for sale at the New Mexican ollice. First Mucilage Brush How doyou feel ? Second Mucilage Brush Glue my. Life is short, and so are most of us through life. all CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, NEW YORK, BOSTON, And All Points East. C. M. HAMPSON, Commercial Aft, Wlndsar Bloek. DstNVKR, COLO T SUBSCRIBE FOR Fear Ies ., free, consistent ta it i editorial opin ions, hamper ed bv no tie. If a H E I S it A' 1 N A E X r hpeciallj f Jjvotod to Ui T growing interests of the rich and promising rnlng i'ate of New Mexico. 3 3 3 E n tr t 5 j a. uVElTBODT WAITS IT. N ability. Powtr niBaputi RUPTURE rEBMAN&NTLYCUKKDbraeUiattU SANDENELFClfilCTRILl.! OnlTdKM,!,.. I'l M..DI.I X r?. S1"?' CVHK- "or "tb R"Co fi fJt Sola atlletlT 00 Uerlt.. PrtMS,L f.f.1. lTI..., M.SANBEIi. UIKMEI llOCK.atllWf "Ol, ustfrt. A Safe Iurestincut Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results, or in case of failure a return of purchase price. On this safe plan you can buy from our advertised druggist a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis covery for Consumption. It is guaran teed to bring relief in every case, when used for any affection of throat, hint's or chest, such as consumption, inflammation of luugs, bronchitis, asthma, whoooimr cough, croup, etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to taste, perfectly safe and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free at C. M. Creamer's drug store. "No" said the waste-basket in the edi tor's room, with a sarcastic significance, "I never drop into poetry." Why Will Sou Cough when Shiloh's Cure will you immediate relief. Price lOcts. cts.,and$l. C. M. Creamer. Box rec6 ipts Blows. give , 50 High tied The couple that were ried in a balloon. Handsome commercial printing at the New Mexican office. A Child Killed. Another child killed by the use of opiate giving in the form of soothing syrup. Why mothers give their children such deadly poison is surprising when they can relieve the child of its peculiar troubles by using Acker's Baby Soother. It contains no opium or morphine. Sold by A. C. Ireland, jr., druggist. All kinds of legal blanks, deeds, justice of the peace blanks, note books, etc., all stock at the New Mexican office. Ouard Against tha Strike, And always have a bottle of Acker's En glish Remedy in the house. You can not tell how soon croup may strike your little one, or a cough or cold may fasten itself upon you. One dose is a preventive and a fow doses a positive cure. All throat and lung troubles yield to its treatment A sample bottle is given you free and the emeuy guaranteed oy a. k. Ireland, jr.. druggist. Girls who go to summer resorts do not look as if they were pressed for time. Yet they are pressed for a few months only. Merit Wins. We desire to say to our citizens, that forbears we have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's New Lifo Pills, Bucklen's Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters, and have never handled remedies that sell as well, or that have given such universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time, and we stand ready to refund the purchase price, if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their great popularity purely on their merits. C. M. Creamer, druggist. THIS PAPER is kept an file at E. C Dake's advertising agency, 64 and 66 Merchants' Exchange, San Francisco, Cal., where contract for advertising can be made for It, j.ieip yoursen uy advertising in Hie Santa Fe Daily or Wekkly Nicw Mus ic an. For Dyspepsia And Liver Complaint, vou have a printed guaranty on every bottle of Sluloh s Vital izer. It never fails to cure. C. M Creamer. The Wabash Railroad. THROUGH PULLMANS from Colorado, Utah aud Wyoming.to St. Louis ; this requires but one change of cars be tween points in the state and territories above named to New York, Boston, Phila delphia, Baltimore, Washington, l'itts- urg and oilier eastern points. THROUGH 1HNING CA It 3 from Denver to St. Louis, connecting at that point with through diners from thero to tne principal eastern cities, abundance of time and the finest menu the market affords. THROUGH PR KB CHAIR CARS via the Wabash to all principal points on its lino, viz : Chicago, Toledo, St. Louis, LaFayette, Jacksonville, Peoria, Ues Moines, Danville, bpringtiQld, Detroit, Ottumwa and intermediate points. MANN JiOUJDOIR CARS are run between Kansas Cityand St. Louis, Chicago and Toledo. Those are the most elegant passenger coaches ever mult and insure the utmost privacy aud luxury. An elegantly equipped bullet is a prominent feature ofthis service. Full particulars upon application to H. M. Smitii. I C. M. Hami son, Chas. Joanmon,( Com. Agt.,l,2J7 T. Agt., Santa Fe. 17th St., Denver. , -m Hound trip tickets to Las Ye;ii3 hot springs and return, good for ninety days, on sale at $3 at A., T. & S. F. railroad office. A Nasal Injector Free with each bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Kemedy. Price 50 cents. C. M. Creamer. Visitor The Summer is a very short one. Hotel-keeper You wouldn't think so if you had to pay the head clerk's salary lie-Opening a Thoroughfui-e. Iu order to guard asaiust results utterly su versive of health, it is absolutely essential that the grand thoroughfare or avenue of tlK- system, the bowels, should he re opened as speedily a possible when they become obstructed If they aro not, the bile is misdirecUd into the blood the liver becomes torpid; viscid bilious mailer ets into the stomach and produces indigestion; neauacnes ensue, aim otner syinptous are pro duced, which a prolongation ol the exciting causo only teuds to aggravate. 'I he uperl,.-nt propcrtiesol iiostettt-r's Momacn Hitlers const! tutu a most useful accnt iu overcoming eon striction of the bowels, and promoting a regular nabit oi nody. it is lunniteiy superior to me drastic cathartics frequently used lor the pur pose, since it does not, like them, net violently. but produces a natural, painless ellect, wlileh does not Impair ine tone ot tne evacuatory or gans, whicn it iuvigorates iustead oi weiiken- lug. The stomach aud liver, also, Indeed the ON MINING AND Albuquerque, WILL MACHINERY A SPECIALTY. New Moxlco. THE SANTA FE BAKERY I3read, Pies and Cakes. Groceries and Provisions. P. SCHNEPPLE, Proprietor. BAM FKANOIHCI) HTRKKT, I I 1 a acta wm, . ta al U J3 TP. taSasnsal Feed aad Transfer. All klU'li Of Rftfllfh anil klllikbuil l.nmW- Tavsi tlAA.tr,. .I . Ia..Ui U. .. tu. ear. dews and boors. ' " " Also carry on a genets! Transfer business and seal in Day and Qrsln. Ofllce near A., T. & 8. F. Depot. DUDROW & HUGHES, Proprietors :ouse Silver City, New Mexico. FRED. O WRIGHT, Manager. J A "MIOSES. IP R OPH Business Directory ATTOBHErs AT LAW. DTI. BANEEN'S ELECTRIC BELT WrrHSu5KM5DIW IBN entire system, by it. is strengthened ami regulated Printers' stock Mexican office. for sale tit the Nuw The Nkw Mexican has facilities for do ing first-class job work of all kinds and as cheap as can be had in any city in the country. There is no excuse for sending such work out of town, to Denver, Kansas City, Philadelphia or any other point. Keep the money at home. Notice for Publication. Homestead 2174. J Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M., June 17, 1800.) Notice is hereby civen that the follow ing named settlor has filed 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 Fe, N. M., on July 25, 1890, viz: David Smith for the sej nw.!, sw1 ne,'-4, nw4 se', ne14 sw'4, sec. 2C, tp 14 n, r 9 e. He names the loiiowmg witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon aud cultivation of said land, viz : Gil Sandoval. Luciano Chavez, ,1 nan Sandoval, Luis Lopez, all of Lamy, Santa Fe Co., N. M. A.L. Morkison, Kogister. Will be paid to any competent chemist who .71 tod, on analysis, a partlclo of Mercury, Potas' or other poisons in Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) AN EATING SORE Henderson, Tex., Aug. 83, 1889.- -Tat eM teen months I hod an eating sore on my tongue. I was treated by the best local physicians, t. t obtained no relief, the sore gradually grow .it worse. I concluded finally to try S. S. S., i.l was entirely cored after using a lew bottle" Tou havo my cheerful permission to publish tf. sbove statement for the benefit of those similar -afflicted." C. B. MoUaorai, Honderson,T3i Treatise on Dlood and Skin Diseases mailed I : - Tun S.W1FT SPECIFIC ro., Atlanta. 1. John I. Victory. Catrou, Knaubel & Clancy. Kriward I.. ttartlett. K. A. Flske. Ueo.1V. Knaebel. It, K. 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