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TILL UNDER ARGUMEST. I" miOAY, NOVKMBEll C. M. CREAMER Tli n lialuill ad KetaU DRUGGIST Waliavotn stock a Hue of Toilet Articles of every description; Also afnlllincoi Import ed Cigars & Imported & California Wines and Brandies. Ererbody admits we carry the lorgrat stock iu the territory lu ur line, Coutquoiitly We ilefy competition quality or in price. OPEN DAY OR NIGHT METEOROLOCICAL. Ornci or ubskvbs, i BantaFe, X. M., November U,i.i90. i 55 Ills a 1 Jia.m. Hit p.m. a 5s a?-5, 3i ffi !2. 2X.4 2S 2.3 8 Cloudy Cloudy S3 Mai. mum Temperature Elmn mm Temperatare. Vstt' Prlpitnon . ,'" W. I.. WiDMYiB,ergt., Bhrual Corp. Sot -T indicates prcclB'tatlnn Inarpwcfale. A ilPPli I Western Dflalon.i TIM yr. TABLE 35TO. 29. In effect Jnne 1, 1890. itimiui. I 8TATIOKB. .o. l. 125 al 7:00p lt. . Albuquerque. Ar WO" 12:10 a Coolids;e 7:iB" 12 :W Wlngate 7S 1:05 ' ( allup M" 2:" ...Havs)o Springs... II-JS" ixb" Bolbrook libit 6:20" Winalow '' J:" Fleastaff 4:25" 9,40 1,1 Williams lz:lOp ..iescott Junction .1 )' L.op'' ....Peach 4-pring-s.... J1:4A" 1:00" Kingman .... 2:16a i40" Tbeeedles.....! :U" 1:23" Fenner. ' SB" l:S3al Daaett lei" 2K" Baratow 4:40',ILt . Mave .Ar HO. 2. j NO. 4 lt:15a 3:20 7:00". 10:06 6:17 6:60 8:89 2:16" 1:10a 4:20 11:00"; 1:61 9:40" 12:30 7:0i)"( 9:40 9:42 9:15 6:66 6:30 6:06 2:49 12:20p 6:03" . 6:40" 8:10 5:42 8:06 1:27 a 8:27 8:06 p CONKEOTIOjNS. ALBCQUKRQUI A., T. & 8. F. Hallway for all eotsta east ana soma. PEEICOIT JDUCTIOn Preseott 4 Arlsona Central railway, for Fort Whipple aud Pros ett AJlflTOW TaKfornU Bonthern railway for Loi Anseles, tan Ulego and other scuthiin -all fornla points. KOJAVK outbern Pacific for Ban Francisco, Sacramento aud northern Caliiornla points. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars. Ho change Is maae by sleeping ear pasfeugert between ban Francisco sua Kunus City, oi ten Lkgo and Los Angeles and Uulcago. The Grand Canon of the Colorado Heretofore Inaccessible to tourists, can easily be reached by taking thla lino, via l'eacu Ivrlcgs, aud a stage ride tbence of but twenty three miles. This canon is the grandest, and oust wonderful of nature's work. Stop Off at Flagstaff it bear, deer and wild turkey In the ;ent pine f rests of the Han t raiiclsco us; or visit the ancient ruins of the Cave and Cliff Dwellers. EonMMN. General Manager. W. a. Bisbkll, den. Paca. Agt f. T. BlBBT. Char Attu. Aibaauerque, H. f 1 1 - Eleittwo Hamlainni ( .no ridhe r."ft,:-e .indco seed"--The Motrin Nan Itiuel ftnH iilemi. Iu the mandamus prooceiin)f uRiiir.t .ho Santa To county hoard of commis sioners, the court this afternoon pcrmii ted the argument to proceed npou tiie understanding that the county commis sioners would present a full and cumpbte answer to-day respecting their informa tion concerning the recaption and disap pearance of the baliot hox f preuinct No. 8. Mr. Knaell conlonded that lis a board erred in rejecting the poll books of precincts No. 1, 2 and 10; in refusing to uontidor the substitutionary or duplicate certificate furnished by the judges wf elections showing tne true result oi the election iu precinct H, and in refusing to examine tiie tallies of the votes in precinct 11, whorefiom it appears that four more votes were cast for B. M. Rad for the assem bly than were counted by the judges. As to the first three prech.crs, he in sisted that it was an immaterial irregularity to transmit the poll books outside of the ballot boxes, instead ot being enclosed therein as required by the statute, lie dwelt on the distinction between more regulative or directory statutory provisions and such as are mandatory and essential ; a"d he quoted numerous precedents to show that all matters of merely formal procedure in elections may be disregarded so long as the actual vote of ttie people is made manifest upon the whola record. He cited the case of mandamus instituted by C. Vi'. Lewis against the commission ers of Bernalalillo county, in which the supreme court held, under the old law, which required the poll books ti be trans mitted outside of the ballot box, that it was not a fatal error to seal up the poll books inside of the ballot bnx, and that in such case it was the duty of the com missioners to open the box and count the returns concealed within. As to the Galisteo precinct, No. 8, he contended that, in contemplation of law, the re turns were before the commissioners, and that the burglary did not release hem from the duty of ascertaining their purport. To this point he cited analogous cases from Missouri, in which it was held thnt the mere ministerial duty of counting the returns did not begin until the returns were ascertained and that, in ascertain ing such returns, the commissioners were hound to use their common sense and make inquiries and discover what the returns in fact were. Hecited the statute directing judges of election to furnish duplicate certificates, and claimed that the new certificate produced before the judges had all the effect of the original aud snowed what in tact the stolen re turns amounted to. If the commissioners lacked learning. ability, or moral courage adequs e to their outics, it was in the power ot the court in tins proceeding to enliiiKhtcn their darkened intellect and vivify their moral tiHtnro. As to precinct No. 11, he claimed that the commissioners had authority to compare the returned certifi cate in the tallies of the vote ami to cor rect the error so appearing by allowing Mr. Read four votes improperly disal- low d by the judges of election. tp to ,1p.m., the attorneys for the board had not made their return rsia'ive to the stolen ballot box. The argument continues. UK All's ELECTION SifK. n error was discovered this morning in Mr. Kasley'c vote from Uolden pre cinct which makes it certain beyond the peradventure of a doubt that B. M. Read has a safe majority a member of the house from Ranta Fe county. It hap pens in this wis-: The figures from (iotden precinct have all along been set down for Mr. Kasley as 57, when, in truth and in fact the vote is but 61. In pencilling down the figures the top dash on the "5" got over too close to the "1" aud made it appear as "67," a very ordi nary mistake. Tkis discovery electa Mr. Read on the face of the returns by 2 votes. But he has aside of this a margin to go on, for if justice is done four of the Democratic votes cast at Uolden must be throw n out because polled by aliens, and some eight votes at Oalisteofor Mr. Read were rejected because written in pencil and not in ink. Mr. Read's majority will be in the neighborhood of 14 votes. SAX MIGtEL'B TOTE. The official count ia San Miguel county shows the following figures : Delegate, Otsro, 1,903; Joseph, 8,387; majority for Joseph, 1,484; Sheriff, Kugemo Romero, 2,181; J. Lopez, 3,081 ; Lopez majority 893; council, J. H Ward, 2,203; Sanchez, 2,130; H. Vigil, 3,142; T B. Milis, 3,139; majority for II. Vigil 939, T. B. Mills 791 ; Representatives, Korsvthe, 2,139 ; Lucero, 2,257 ; Ciallegos, 2,160 ; Ortega, 2,074; Garcia, 3,219; Mon toya, 3,057; Herrera, 2,923; Aragon, 3,089 ; majorities for Garcia 962, Montoya 800; Herrera, 660, Aragon, 832. Coroner, D. Otero, 2,210; Valdez, 3,06; majority for Valdez, 826. Commissioners, Esquibel, 2,249 ;Shauk, 2,999; Sandoval, 2,259; Montoya, 3,023; Baca, 2,110; Solano, 3,132; ma jority for Shauk, 750; Montova, 764; So lano, 1,022; probate judge, Ulibarri, 2, 019 ; Martinez, 3,238 ; majority for Marti nez, 1. 219; school superintendent, fetti lohn, 1U9J; Rudulph, 3,288; majority for Rudulph, 1,298 ; assessor, F. Lopez, 2,321 ; Segura, 3,023 ; majority for Begura, 802 ; clerk, Gonzales, 1,286; Hardy, 2,955; majority for Hardy, 009 ; treasurer, Barela, 2,181 ; Tafoya, 3,080: majority for Tafoya, 699. VALENCIA COUNTY'S T0TK. Valencia county returns were received by Secretary Thomas this morning, and show the vote to be aavollows: For delegate, Otero, 1,510 ; Joseph, 564 ; conn ed, J. Francisco Chaves, 1,494; Felipe Chavez, 671 ; assembly, F. Perea, 1,489; J. Baca y Barela, 1,493; G. N. Otero, 1, 493; J. Barela y Baca, 690; W. G. Mar- mon, 579; Jose bamora y Uauaeiana, 677; commissioners, Silvestre Miraval, 1,688; Nicolas Molina, 695; Nestor Jara- millo, 1,088; J. H. Sanchez, 688; J. J. Benevides, 1,597; Kornuio unavt-z, 071; probate judge, M. R. Otero, 1,ol-4; J. Salazar y Jimiuez, 578; superintendent of schools, Mauel Salazar y Otero, 1,575; Rev. l ather J. o. Brun, 689; clerk, l,ar- los Baca. 1.490: A. A. Romero, 602; sher- 11, 1. Luna, 1,623; tenpe Jaramnio, o4o; assessor, Roman L. .Baca, iaw, iroueo Chavez. 671 ; treasurer, Sol. Luna, 1,0x1 : John Becker, 544;coroaer, J, P.C'jnnoly, 1,489; Lucas Sanchez, 68. i is tuo bannor Kopublicau preciuct m New Mexico, lt returns a vote of eighty i ' for the ttraight Republican tickot, and for 1 i fie Democratic ticket not a vote. The stealing of the ballot box reminds , o ic of that bid, familiar quotation from ; S laki.vpeiiro: "lie will steal, sir, an egg j to the vault, and the words preceding that to the Democratic party. Yesterday afternoon Judge Seeds grant ed a writ of mandamus compelling the 1 Taos county board of canvassers to count , the vute in that county or appear before j hirn in chambers and show cause for re-! fusing to do the same. The case comes , up on Tuesday next, the ISth-inst. ROUND ABOUT TOWN. Tight".! of Ml in Leavering Power. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. ABSOLUTELY PURE J. K. Livingston, of the Rio Grande Land Co., is here from Las Cruces to day. He iias nine acres of alfalfa in the Mesilla valley from which he is now cut ting his fourth crop, and it yields him two tons per acre for each cutting, or eight tons per acre for the season. He sells this for $10. Lands that yield 10 percent on a valuation of $800 per acre are not found, as a rule, in many parts of the west outside of New Mexico. Alfalfa in this country pays almost ai much profit as fruit trees. Mr. Richard Mansfield White, of So corro county, was in the city this morn ing and left at 1 :30 for Chicago to attend the meeting of the World's fair commis sioners of which he is one. Mr. White says New Mexico will miss the oppor tunity of her existence if her legislature fails to do the right thing toward an ap propriation for a grand exhibit at the World's fair. His idea is that at least $50,000 should he expended in showing up this territory's resources at Chicago in 1S93. A row occurred at Dixon's last, night between two back drivers, when the bar tender, Billy Reed, ordered the pugilists to leave the establishment. Gus Hunter, one of the hack drivers, assaulted the bar tender w ith tho butt-end of his whip and also hurled a large ane at him, where upon Reed grabbed up a six-shooter and fired one shot at Hunter. The bullet sped wide of its mark, however, and friends soon separated the comhattants. No arrests. Fred. Simon, of St. Joe, w ho claims to represent Westheimer & Co., liquor deal ers, was ai rested last night on the charge ! of obtaining a note for 150 from Andrew Oencil, of San Pedro, under false pre tenses in that he Is not authorized to act for Westheimer & Co. Henry Essinger, a liquor dealer from Las Vegas, had some words with Simon last evening and a row ensued when Kssinger knocked Simon down. Squire Martinez is hear ing the case this afternoon. The Oliver Comedy Co. playod to a small but very appreciative audience at the court house last night. Miss Cricket Oliver has a fine voice and elegant stage presence and the little folks are simply immense, w hile Courtney in his role of comedian kept the house in roars of laugh tsr. They play again to-night with an eatire change of program, and tho citi zsna of Santa Fe will tuiss a rare treat if they do not attend! A sample of the Ari.ona red sand stone of which the Webber block is to be built, is on exhibition at Creamer's store. It is believed that the red sand stone found in the canon just northeast of Donovant's mill, is quite as valuable as this for build ing purposes if any one will take the pains to open it up. Charlie Dudrow bought eight car loads of coal at Cerrillos yesterday. He says the miners there are much behind with their orders, and for thirty days past were short on coal cars, but yesterday morning fifteen ears were side, tracked for them, and in ten minutes there were thirty teams unloading. A boy from 13 to 15 years of age wanted at the Niw MexioAS book bindery to learn the trade. Another section of the Delgado wall tumbled into the Webber excavation this forenoon. The weather is line for ducks and rab bits and the foothills are full of sports-Kin. Water street has been umch improved of late. An elegant snow storm Is on this after noon. ANNOTHER WEBBER PURCHASE. Ontslde Capitalists Buy the Probst Tract anil Auk Right ot Way for an Elec tric Street Railroad. The Probst tract of land, a greater part of which fronts on Manhattan avenue and is within two blocks of the territorial cap ital, was purchased yesterday by Messrs. F. T. Webber, of Denver, aud Gabriol Papa, a wealthy sheep raiser of Rawlings, Wyo. There are a little over eight acres in the tract. The price is not made pub lic, but it is known to be over $500 per acre. The Mr. Webber who figures in this deal is a brother of Mr. E. T. Webber, the well known Colorado capitalists who has made extensive purchases here re cently. "Will we improve the property?" he repeated to-day when asked about his purchase. "Of courso; that's what we are here for," he added, "and if your citizens and property owners will do the fair thing we will have an electric street railway lead ing from the plaza through this tract and around to the A., T. & 8. F. depot before many moons have come and gone." The Messrs. Webber say that they hope to secure right-of-way for a new street leading south to Buena Vista heights from Shelby street, which runs down past the Exchange and the Mrs. Sena property. They have already con sulted many property owners on the route, including Mrs. Manderfield, and it appears more than probable that a free right of way for the new thorough fare will be obtained. If this is success ful the object is to construct a line of electric street railway down this new street forthwith. Sue' 1 an improvement win add largely to the '-alue ot the prop erty adjacent to the new thoroughfare, and will constitute an improvement of which all Santa Fe may well be proud. Do Not Neglect tour Kje. Do not neglect your eyes when you have a good chance to procure the proper aid from Prof. I. Arouson, the optician, at the Paltce hotel ; he has successfully fitted glasses to some of SuLta Fe's promi nent people, aud any one w ho wishes to consult him should do so early, as his stay is limited till Monday noxt.' A Just CouiplaintT To the Editor of the New Mexican. What is the use of having a fine new sidewalk in front of the palace, for a pub lic promenade, if the burros are to be allowed to stay there at night ? This running at large of animals is a terrible nuisance. Where are the county commissioners that they do not stop it? And where are the police ' I understand that we are paying for some policemen, though no man iu police uniform lias been seen since Sol. Spiegelberg was commissioner; but if we really have any, why do they not take up all the stray nni mals? . Surely, that is not hard work. Decency. Milk 10c a quart ; 5c a rado saloon . glass, at Colo- Are Y011 Married ? If not. send your address to the American Corresponding Club, P. O. Box 643, Clarksburg, W. Va. Treasury Department ti Washington, November 1, 1890. WHICREAS, liy satisfactory evidence presented to the under Mgncri, it Iia been made to ap pear t li at the l-'irNt National Rank of Santa Fe, iu the ciiy of Hanta Fe, in the county of Santa Fe, and territory of New Mexico, lias complied witli all the pro visions of the act of coiigregM to enable national ban king associa tions to extend their corporate existence aud for "ther purposes, approved July 12, 1882. NOW T II K R E F O It E I, Ed ward S. Lacev, comptroller of the currency, do hereby certify that, the First National Rank of Santa Fe, in the city of Santa Fe, in the comty of Santa Fe, aud territory of New Mexico, is authorized toliavesuci-cssiou for the period specified 111 iti amend ed articles of association, lamely until cl-se of business ou Decem ber 2. 1010. IN TESTIMONY "WHEREOF witness my hand and seal of office this first day of November fsKALl E. S. LA CRY. Comptroller of the Currency No. 1750. UFA 1KB HardwaresCrockery&Saddlery Agent for BAIN & MQLIHE Farm & Spring Wagons AND RACINE BUCKBOARDS. Plaza Restaurant! MEALS AT ALL HOURS DAY OR NIGHT. ORDERS A SPECIALTY, SHORT X. A. MULLER, Prop'r. John D. Allan, Real Estate Dealer, SANTA FE, N. Have cnstoniers for property in all parts of the city. description of jour property with me. Leave BUSINESS NOTICES. WANTS. TTfANTKD 10,000 old mnsiaiincs to be bound TV attheNaw mbxican'r book bindery. fT7"ANTKD. 1,000 pounds old type metal at 1 this olllce. FOR 8A1.K. T70R SALE. Now Mexico laws of 1889 at the JL Daily Nf.w Mkxican olllce; paper bindiui S3; sheep binding, l, in English; 1.35 and (4.1 in Spanish. TT'OB SALE. SherlflY blank Tax Sole Certifi- J cates at tho ouice oi the Daily New Mex TV'UR SALK. -Blank Letters of GuardiauBhip A. auu uuarmanH noua auauatn at tneoutce oi the Mtw Mexican Printing company. "I70R SALE. Option blanks at olllce of New jl aiKKicAN rnutiug company. UOR SALE. Coal Declaratory Statements at JL tno 01111 e 01 uauy jnew Mexican. TT'OR SALE. Teachers' blauk Register Books L at tne omce ot tne oau new Mexican. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. A good span of work-horses, wagon and harness for sale cheap. Apply to Ad. GrsnoRr. OBO. C. I'KKSrON, Attorney at u. Prompt and careful Mtontlou given to all business ntrusted to him. Will practice iu an conns 01 the territory. The World Kiirlclisl. .'lie facilities of the present dny for t: "i(!uciou of everything that will con ' ji e to the material welfare and com for 1' mankind are almost unlimited anc Ucn Syrup of Figs was first producet vi world was enriched with the oul;. crfct laxative known, as it is the onh e:nedy which is truly pleasing and re freshing to the taste and prompt and effectual to cleanse the system gently in the Spring time or, in fact, at any time and the better it is known the more pop alar it becomes. New Corporation. The following corporations havo filed instruments at the office of the territorial secretary : St. Michael's College Resolution filed changing the by-laws to read, "Any member of the corporation, who for the space of three months ceases to be a resident of New Mexico shall likewise thereon cease to be a member ot afore said corporation." Ohio Mining Company Incorporators, David P. Hoffman, Etherel L. Redding, Henry Foy and John P. F'oy, of Dona PERSONAL. CAVrAION COTS. Rio Arriba county returms were re ceived by Sec. Thomas this morning. Tne figures correspond with those given in yesterday s New Mexican. Mr. Martines, so the Nw Mexk as learns, staias publicly that he will have nothing to do with the present attempt to thwart the will of the voters of this county. Los Lentes precinct in Valencia county Byron Shoecraft, the well known mem ber of the Ely-Walker Dry Goods Co., St. Louis, was taking notes of Santa Fe's progress this morning. He says its a good sign to see the adobes going to make room for brick structures. P. S. O'Rourke, of Fort Wayne, Ind a high official of the Catholic Knights of America, is in the city the guest of C. M Creamer, president of the local lodge. Col. J. Frank Chave passed up the road yesterday enroute to Lindsborg, Kas., where be takes his grand son, Geo. Armijo to enter college. Deputy Clerk M. F. Sena is here on a visit to-day. He brought up the officii, I returni from Valencia county. Capt. Jacobs, the portly and humorous "horse-shoe tobacco" man from Denver, is here to-day. Mr. Samuel Eldodt, the San Juan mer chant, is visiting friends in town. Telesfor Jaramlllo, of Valencia county, is in the city. Lost. Chateleine with silver vinagrette and sil ver and ivory writing tablet attached. Finder will be rewarded on returning same to Mrs. O. C. Preston, Palace avenue. Ana. and Edwin W. Redding, of Ohio Capital stock, $100,000; principal place of business, Organ. The W. C. Iladley Com pan v Incor porators, W. C. Hadley, E. W. Ftilghum, R. W. Fulghum. Capital stock, $50,000; Erincipal places of business, Deming. ake Valley and Hadlev.in Orantcounty. The Albuquerque Land Company In corporators. J. E. Saint, W. M. Weaver, S. E. Rose ; capita' stock, $30,000. Place of business, Albuquerque. The Apache Valley Irrigation Company Incorporators, John C. Hill, Robt. P. Ervien, of Colfax county, and Chas. M. Perin, of Trinidad, Colo. ; capital stock, $250,000., Principal place of business at Clayton. ' . The Silico-Mica Paint Company Incor porators, Ji, S. Rodey, W. C. Burke, J. C. Baldridge, Arthur Everitt, C. R. Shupe, A. E. Ealy, Thos. Ainsworlb, Jas. Halbe karn, JeBse Anthony, John K. Brown, G. W. Harrison, Martin Mainroth and J. H. Loveland ; capital stock, $500,000. Prin cipal place of business, Albuquerque. KALl'li K. TWITCUKIX, Attorney at Law Spiegelberg block, Santa Fe, aew mexico. MAX FROST, Attorney at Law, Santa Fe, New Mexico. UKO. W. KNAKBEL, Office in the Sena Building, Palace Avenue. ounecciouB ana searcniug Title a specialty. KOWAKD L. BAKTLICTT, Lawyer, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Office over aeconu national nana, HKlSKY I,. WALDO. Attorney at Law. Will practice lu the several w x iuujjjl nixeuii given w 11 uuBiuvm iiibiuntuu w uih care. T. t. COKWAY. 0. 0. FOSKY. W. A. HAWKINS, CONWAY, I'OSEV HAWKINS, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, Silver Cit now Mexico. Prompt atteutiou given to all business intrusted to our care. Practice in all tuu uuunH 01 tne territory. B. A. FISKS, Attorney and Counselor at Law, P. O. Box "F," Santa Fe, N. M., practices in supreme and all district courts of New Mexico. Spoclal at tention given to mining aud Spanish aud Mex- .u uuiu grout litigation. The Great majority Of cases of scrofula and otber blood dis eases are hereditary, and therefore diffi cult to cure. But we wish to state in the most positive, emphatic manner that Hood's Sarsaparilla does care scrofula in every form. The most severe cases, too terrible for description, have yielded to this medicine when all others failed. If you suffer from impure blood in any way, take Hood's Sarsaparilla. T. B. CATBON. i. H. KNAEBEI.. f. W, CLANCY CATRON, KNAKBEL ti CLANCY, Attorneys at Law and Solicitors In Chancery. santa Fe, New Mexico. Practice in all tho vuurm iu me xerrKory. uno 01 the arm will be w &11 muivs iu otuita re. WILLIAM WHITE, U, 8. Depnty Surveyor and U. B. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Locations made upon public lands. Furnishes information relative to Spanish aud Mexican land grants. Offices in Kirschner Block, second uiHir, nMiirv re, n, m JOHN IN VICTORY, Attorney at Law. Office in County Court House, will i.ractlce iu tho several C iurts of the Ter ritory and the U. S. Laud Office lit Santa Fe. Examination of tit.es to Spanish aud Mexican Grants, Mines, and other realu, carefully and promptly atteuded to. PattintH fur Minna curod. Ail kinds and sizes cheap, at Abe Gold's. of wood for sale All kinds of legal blanks for sale at the New Mexican printing office. John McCulloUtfh Havana clear: Re. at Colorado saloon. D. "W. MANLEY, DE1TTIST. Over C. M. Creamer's Drug Store. OFFICE HOCRS, - . 9 to IS, S to 4 L C. TETAD & CO., East Las Vegas, N.M., COMMISSION JVC El RCHAITT3, Solicit Consignments of Vegetables, Fruits and Produce Generally. The City Meat Market ESTABLISHED IN 1859, AUGUST KIRSCHNER, Fropr. DEALEK in all kinds op fresh and Sail Meats and Sausage of all Kinds SAN FRANCISCO ST., SANTA FE, N. M. New Store; New Goods; AT THE OLD STAND. I lake pleasure lu tailing attention of the public to my stuck or Dry Goods and Clothing, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, Staple & Fancy Groceries. Wo ) p worn, dnnt nor Htsle goods In thn honae; everything In spank, tp new I receive good a dn-ly front eastern anctli s and am able to and WILL sell at a Ate r 11 prices Hay, Grain and feed a specialty. Ooods aellvertd to all part of the city free. Give me a call and save money. ABE GOLD, Lower San Francisco St. FOR, S-AXiEI Fruit aniens, RANCHES, ETC. Several choice orchard's right In Santa Fo, N. M., one-half to twenty acres, fromfCOOt 0 $20 1 000, Also, dairy, forty con s, eluht acros of choice land, -too avortod fruit trees, flue kitchen garden; wnole outfit. 89,000, bottom. Not Income pa t year, I2,d00: could he easily doubled. Beautliiilly located iu the city of Nan. a re; also THE AZTEC MINERAL SPRING PROPERTY, miles from Thr water 1 equal In every respect to the celobra'ed Buffalo wstr, analysis to be had application at my office. IWOn this property are atone quarries; coal already Consisting of 1C0 acres, magnificently located In Qigaute eanou, four on application at my omce. won this property are atone quarries; coal already discovered; gold, silver, copper and lead mine., as yet undeve oped. rceuery grandest In the world. This property is ouned by an oi army officer who Is destrous 01 tudin- his days oast among relatives, and mis property is thereiore offered at the low price of 8)10,000, although the true price is fabulous. 'litlo perfect. A CHOICE BUILDING PLAT, Palace Avenue, front of 167 feet by about avcrago depth of 150 feet, building plat in Santa Fe. Price very reasonable. The choicest TinUEBEIR, L -A. IN" IDS 7,000 Acre Tract, r,' ,AbVi1 !!)lr''-0lBh,t m"os northeast of Santo Fe, N. M., and about twelve miles from 11. s b. u. it. K. station. Covered with abundanco of excellent timber. Verycheap ALSO A TRACT OF 43,000 ACRES nJ' 'I"" me." ot A-i T- s- F- R- B- nd thirty miles of Banta Fe, N. M.; O,0O0,0OO .! i V ber .on thu tract y estimate"! experts. Down grade direct to railroad aud good rood. A great Dawn. . AfPLY TO CEO. W. KNAEBEL, Attorney, Palace Av., uar Court House, SANTA FE. FISCHER BREWING CO. HAHVVAOTITKKBa OV Strictly Pure Lager Beer! and tb FINEST MINERAL WATERS. GREAT REDUCTION TEKRITORIAL TIPS. Las Vegas is short on eggs. - Gallon is threatened with SAveral more gin mills. Mevlert Itruner. of AlbiioiierotiA. has been made temnorarv clerk of the new 5th judicial district. Ed. Scosirlns rlinr awppf. nnfataan In hla place just west of . Eddy, many of which areraged eight pounds In weight. Fuel is sellinc nt. 7 a. enrA In thn lnwftr Pecos vallev. When that new railroad is extended to Cerrillos, Santa Fe county coal will be laid down there at $3.50 per tan. ACADEMY OF Our Lady of Light! CONDUCTED BY TIIE -LISTERS. OF LORITTO,1- SANTA FE, N. M. The Annual Session blglns on Sep!. 1st. F01 information, address, MOTHER FRANCISCALAMY SUMMER GOODS! To make room for our Fall and Win ter Stock, we offer far the next SO DAY'S our ENTIRE STOCK of Summer Goods at Half Cost ! There are Great Bargains to be Had. Galland See! GRUNSFELD, LINDHEIM & CO.