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SATI'RIUY, m:ckmi;kk REPORTING TO THE COURT. Annmi ncem- nt A!,; l!!w..l If i.eilUii II Copy M tile Si MhV. i. . v. irh a pcnpil mark at thi- paragraph, iJ hoot that It bat been s.mt by special friend vt n'her persons lurerosto.l 1n havin? tbern mnke a earetul examination ot tlx- loa.liim' niKtr.T anil its terms of subscription, in nnl-r that ttiey may mail themselves nl its inducements and ntt-m'-tious ns the b. st nevpapor published In New lexu-. awl 11 livina e.i-r. troiy hecorun m -.iiminteil with tbeadviiutamw ami iittrai'tions ot tht-s the must wondi-riul alley In the world. C. M. CREAMER The Wheleiale and KetaH STABILSIiKD 1889. We Lave In stock a line of Toilet. ArticUs of every dencription; also a full line ol Import ed Cigars Imported & California Wines aud Brandies. Evenbody admits we carry the lorgest stock in tbe territory incur line. Consequently We defy competition quality or in prices. OPEN DAY OR NIGHT METEOROLOGICAL. Oftici of Obsbrvsr, Soutale, -. M., December!. loftO I 5 ?-3. 2 : tJ" ? S 3 C I D "Tit "5 5 i 51 a& il'32 If! I? I ?. ami K OH I .'10 i 1'. siMiilni 28.0!i ! mi i M I ! Maxiumn Temperature . . Minimum Temperature " Total Precipitation . .. .Wi W. L. WiDMayER, Kertft., Signal Corps. Note -T indicates preeip'tatlnn inaprirwiahle. I 'iL'ionily :i Cloudls BUSINESS NOTICES. WANTS. WANTED. Salesmen, .') daily salary, to sell V our goods to business lira only; ' case ot samples mailed free; write to day. Wright M 'g, Co. 84 Park Row, Sew York. $rE TO Ji'O A MONTH call be made work 0 inc; tor us; persons preferred who can lurnish a horse aud Kive their whole time to the Ktisincau- uiiHro niomeiits mav he nrotitablv em- loyea Rl'O; a lew vaeitliries iu lun hp. uuu v una I.F. Johnson & Co., 2C00 Main St., Kichinond.V. PEOFESSIONAL CARDS. H1 ATTORNEYS AT LAW. OEO. C. l'HKSION, Attorney at i.iw. Prompt aud careful uiteution given to all business ntrusted to lilni. A ill practice in all courts of the territory. it-ALFH E. TWITCH KLL, Attorney at Law Spiegelberg block, Bauta Fe, Sew Mexico. MAX FROST, iTTORSHY iT Law, Santa Fe, New Mexico. OBO. W. KNAEBKL, Oflice In the Bona Building, Palace Avenne. Collections and Searching Titles a specialty. IOWAKU L. BAKTLKTT, Jwyor, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Ortloe over Heeond National Bank. HKNKY L. WALDO, Attorney at Law. Will practice iu the several courts of tne territory. Prompt atteutl giveu to all busiuess intrusted 'o bis care. t. r. comway. e. a. posky. w. a. hawkins. CONWAT, POSEY a HAWKINS, Attorneys nd Counselors at Law, Silver City Maw MuTirw Pmmnt attention iciveu to al busiuess intrnsted to eur care. Practice in ali the courts of the territory. S. A. FI9KB, Attorney and Oonnselor at Law, P. 0. Box "F," Santa Fe, N. M., practices In supreme and all district courts of New Mexico, special at teution given to mining and Spanish aud Mex ican land grant litigation. T. . CATAON. J. H. KMAKBI F. W. CLANCY. CATRON, KNAEBKL M CLANCY, Attorney! at Law aud Bolicitora iu Chancery. Santa Fe, New Mexico. Practice in all the Coarta In the Territory. One of the Aim will be at all times in Santa Fe. WILLIAM WHITE, 0. 8. Deraty Surveyor and U. H. Depofy MiuuraJ Surveyor. , Locatlona made npon public lauds. Kurulancs Information relative to Spauiah and Mexican land grants. Otnoea in Kirschner Block, second floor, Santa Fe. N. H JOHN I'. VICTORY, Attorney at Law. Oflice in Connty Court House Will practice In the aeverai Courts of the ler .L . .j , . , .Ainu tit Union hn ruory ana me u. a. um wwt. Kxamluatinnof titles to Hp uish aud Mexican Grants." -a, aud other realt , carefu prom vr aud Wed y. to. IIV MOl1 Patents for Mines se- MANLEY, lEv'lST TIST. OFFICE HOURS, - - 9 to 19. 8 to 4 w'.y Appointed Coutty Coiwris- sioaers Make, Beturn of Tbua Labors to District Jndcft Setnls. A Sot of Bogus Certificates Issued Last Night in Defiance of Law. Hon esty and the Orders of the Court, The homily ooinmiBsionprsf, Messrs. North anil Grace, continued their sesaiou of the comity canvassing board yesterday afternoon, tinder erder of the court, and completing the Issuance of certificates of election, presented the same to ull suc cessful candidates on the county and legislative ticket. In disobedience to the i" eti'ect. The rooms have' linished in hard plnstor, coat, and ctdsoniined with the oxituisitt' tints, ami tiuinv of the artisti licpn nnv.il uippt iicl!;n' apartmetits to be used by the jovsnuir have born rut tier handsoniely ! !i!hel with ru-li paper ceiliugs, broad iruv.es aud painted to inatch. I'or in -Htiince. in the reception room u soft, tint nf yellow predominates, in the Miniiy oall ,vfcrytbing tends to pea green, m tbe : main hall the colors are more sober, i while tho family bed-room is a bright blue and the library dark maroon. The whole hnili.Hn 1ms tints boon overhauled , and iiiodcrnizoil just enoniili to show what can be i lone with ati "old adobe" ; house while at the same time preservina i ' tl,,,aA rl,arni.t,.i.;ot ii.a u l.ii'li nri'ii to make this structure full of romantic interest to people from all parts of tho country. The work in its various stages was done by Messrs. Murray, Souchoen, liampell and Hell, under the supervision of Sec. Thomas, and the sec retary is to be congratulated over the result. Gov. l'rince and family will remove into the. unoccupied portion of the building in a t i court's order, however, Clerk Garcia re- j ,c" Blc'1!'- fused to co-operate with the commission- official to of Santa 'e County, Novera- Ilichc- all in Leavening Tower. U. S. Gov't Report. Aug. 17, 1889. it . mm I Baking waer AESOLUTEUlf PURE ers in signing the certificates. Tudor tho law, however, this makes no dll'erence. This morning the board again met and approved its proceedings of yesterday. Clerk Gar cia was not on hand. He was waited fr, but failed to materialize. At t);30the cninmissioners called the deputy clerk, Kofael Ortiz, y I.ucero, and impured as to the absence of tho clerk, but nothing was elicited. Then the deputy was requested to open the vault and supply the board with the records, but he said he did not know the combination. At 10 o'clock the two commissioners accompanied by Solici tor Gen. Uartlett and J. II. Knaebel, esq., repaired to Judge Seeds' chambers and made return as required by the court. The return made by Commissioners North and Grace sets forth that they met yesterday, in compliance with the court's order and canvassed, counted and de clared the result of the recent election, issuing certificates of election to all per sons found to be elected. ".I. If. Sloau . 'led to act with us," contiuuostherepG ' 'except in canvassing and counting of precinct No. S. The clerk, M. Garcia, refused to attest any certificate or attach his sea' to any cer tificate, and on the meeting of the board this morning tailed to appear, having locked up all the papers, records and books pertaining to tho county commis sioners, his deputy notified us that he had not the combination of the safe or vault and no means of obtaining it. The minutes of our proceedings have not yet been recorded in the record book for the same reason, and it is neces sary for us to have the seal of the board. . , O lit! C .1 II I VI III II IU JIJH IMIM III UU1 proceedings as they took place, and as we have reduced them to writing, and make them a part of this report, they contain ing the facts at large as they took place, and we request that your honor will grant such orders and w rits as will enable us to have the services of a clerk and also the use of the seal, records aud papers per taining to said oflice and said election re turns." Among other things the return also in cluded tbe following referring to the man ner in w aich the certilicate of election w as awarded to Mr. Staab : I 'There being a tie or an equal number j 0: votes cant lor Charles M. Creamer and Abraham Staab for county commissioner , from the 1st district, the board, on the ! suggestion of C. M. Creamer, in accord-, ance w ith section 310 of tho Compiled j Laws of New Mexico, proceeded to de termine by lot which of the lirr 4, 1HOO. i 3 X 2 - ' f C S - C " S S s a. 2 5-3. -1 5 s' T; -., - M - - - r- - t c J n (of ? 9 - t. -jz d. -t t- 'f. y o -i fiiiti a -i-t 3 ti Ji, -j - -1 c i; - . c 5 IHUHJ,-) C : w 4. -1 1 - c -c if o - u i y c m k .'Ci-I o J- pnoa - a S o.iK 2S nti uu "!1 tlMMJL $ -' Jig -t""i . a c-. x - v 0 e 2 ft yJzoAHiio 1 J. - ;'j"-iSo - r -I t. A o v;i icl 4. -1 ?i ;: ij . y - y: ;: i! A x li 1 2l0'l ""op-: r r c y y. -I w r -t w rf. y ,i -i r. v. i . .i S o -i v. h- ::. -5i:o, 2!tpA - j x -i: I O.I -njjo( 5- V 3.-j.3I4:C';-i.i X ; "two I udpl .g Mrs. Kumsey and Mrs. Loring Itift tho city on Wednesday last for a visit to Fort Wayne, Ind,, going thence to Omaha, where they will spend the winter, return ing to Santa Fe in the spring. Mrs. Scott, wife of Lieut. Scott of the Oth cavalry, aud daughter of Major and Mrs. Maynadier, is visiting her parents at Albuquerque. Lieut. Scott has gone with his regiment to Dakota. The John Gray Hose company is ar ranging for a grand New Year's hop on the evening of the 31st, and if the weather permits will make a street parade on the afternoon proceeding. Col. Theodore Yates and wife, of Mil waukee, are visitors at the Palace Col. Yates is a retired army officer, and was stationed in Santa Fe thirty years ago. James Maivhiney and family, of Oil City, Pa , and Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Weihe, of California, are pleasant visitors at tho Palace en route to the Pacific coast. Dr. Andrews is expecting a party ol relatives from Pennsylvania to pass the holidays, and several of them will locate here. Major and Mrs. R. J. Palen are ex pected home from their visit east some time during the coming week. Mrs. Plummer and boy baby are getting on very nicely and it seems Lieut. Plum mer ie also feeling w ell. Mr. and Mis. John Shaw, of Fort Sum ner, have been visiting frientls here dur ing the week. Mr. Frank W. Clancy has been spend ing the past week in Albuquerque on legal business. Gov. and Mrs. Prince will leave New York about tha 15th instant for Santa Fe. Mrs. T. 15. Catron and children are still sojourning in Los Angeles, Cal. Hon. E. A. Fiske and wife will arive homo from Albuquerque to-night. UOUKI AIJOUT TOWN. li mm. hi Drop Canoed Vegetables, Dew Drop Canned Fruits, Patent Imperial Flour, PEABODY CREAMERY BUTTER, Colorado Potatoes, Fish, Oysters and Poultry. Eoyal Maple Syrup and Fresh Buck wheat Flour. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas, Nuts and Confections, Crackers and CIm'Oso, No. 4 Bakery. iZ-ic 4 y c b .kuqOHl C: c x - o x -j: tc V X 1 ?! " S B '-- K S - S i; j: 4. i 5JS Hiqsajc ' O M U j. - r; i -i. i U r j. ' : x. git? i-j a: : I " ! S -- L j a J s.Cttf.vJ 2 I niunp was elected, and tne same resulted in favor of Abraham Staab, who was declared elected as count v commissioner from said 1st dis trict." Accordingly the court's writ of man damus was complied with and the writ dismissed, but the original injunction pro hibiting the issuance of certificates to any one except to the legislative candidates who petitioned for the same was con tinued. The attorneys stated that it was com mon report on the street that Chairman Sloan. ex-Commissioner Martinez and Clerk Garcia had got together last night, and, in violation of the injunction, issued certificates to all nominees on the late Democratic ticket, ignoring tho returns from Galisteo pre cinct No. 8. Later developments proved that this really was done, Mr. Martinez having verv suddenly "returned from Chihuahua." When these facts were all before the court the attorneys asked for proper or ders in the premises. Accordingly this afternoon the court had issued warrants of attachment for the arrest of Comr. Sloan, County Clerk Gar cia and Deputy Clerk Rafael Ortiz y Ln- cero, and the same were placed in the hands of tho sheriff with instructions that he serve them forthwith and bring the parties into the presence of the court to answer the charge of contempt in failing to obey the court's mandates. Up to .1 o'clock the warrants had not been served. The United States laws are amply sufficient to take care of the parties who mot last night, and, in violation of the court's or der and of the statutos of the United States, issued a second set of certificates to the Democratic candidates, ignoring those on the Republican ticket about whose election there never has been any question. THE MODERNIZED ADOBE PALACE. The majorities are as follows : Joseph, delegate, Democrat. 07. Catron, couucil. Republican, 2L Mayo, house, Republican, SO; Road, louse, Republican, 1. Chaves, sherilf, Democrat, 1(51. Ortiz, probate judge, Republican, 31. Delcado, clerk, Democrat, 12. Valdtz, assessor, Republican, 7-.'. Ortiz, treasurer, Democrat, 8. l'.ro. Lutolob. school sunprintpn.lont IWO : imillll'HIl, vz At the Palace ; J. McDorrnott, Dakota ; C.A.Robinson, Socorro; L. Wormser, Chicago ; A. S. Carney, New York ; J. E. Hart, St. i'aul ; E. J. McLean, Albuquer que; E. S. Waddles, St. Joe; Col. T. Yates and wife, U. S. A. ; C. M. Hamp son, Denver; H. Stilphen, Chicago; G. W. Evans, Chicago; W. W. Duncan, St. Joe; W. F. Turner, Kansas City; T.J. Wilson, St. Joo; F. E. Harris, Denver; S. R. Desbeckr, Buffalo; A. Katz, St. Louis; R. C. Hatton, F. D. Trinsbrook, La Mesa. Educational. The New Mexico Educational associa tion meets in annual session at Albu querque on Monday, the 29lh inBt. San ta Fo educators are down on the program for several papers. Among them a paper "The Financial Basis of our Public School," by Hon. E. F. Hobart, surveyor general, Santa I'e. Also a paper "Edu cation in New Mexico," Elmore Chase superintendent Ramona Indian school, Santa r e. Discussion opened by W . K Gaines, principal New West school, 8&n ta Fe. A Desperate Move C. M. Creamer went to the oflice of the secretary of the territory yesterday after noon and filed au affidavit to the effect that the records of the St. Michael's col lege at Santa Fe and that according to these records Hon. J. A. Ancheta, of ; Grant county, was "not of age" that is he was not old enough to take bis seat in I the next legislative council. Like the , tlowers that bloom in the spring this has ; "nothing to do with the case" in Santa fo county, but shows how desperate is Holmes, coroner, democrat. 27. I Siaab, county commissioner, I 'publi I can, tie with Creamer, decided by lot iu j Staab's favor; Nesbitt, county commis sioner, Republican, 40; Jua'n Garcia, j county commissioner. Republican, In. SATUHDAY 8ALI). AN ECZEMA 17 YEARS Curod in 8 Wc-ks-One of th Greatest Cures ever Per. formed by tli Cutlcnrn If oineilie.s. Hn Sec. Thomaa Haa Brought Order Out of Chaos at the Historic Official Kullding. The improvements on the historic adobe palace which have been in progress for the past five weeks have been finished and the building turned over to the sec retary of the territory. A New Mkxican scribe prowled about through the lab irynthian compartments to-day and made some note of the changed appearance of things. The secretary had only 3,000 at his disposal for this work, but he has cer tainly wrought wonders with it. The entire structure has been rebuilt as to foundation, the unsightly cornices have been removed, and the exterior has been hard plastered and calsomined, every inch of the wood work receiving three coats of paint, while the roof ing is all bend new. At the rear the crumbling walls have been torn away and replaced with new adobes laid in lime, and extending along the entire front a new side walk has been laid that is recognized by the public as a perfect "inv forever." On the interior See. Thomas has rather "laid himself out" in the way of making little atcomplish much, and while the work done is of tht most substantial character, bordering on the plain, still it is not without much ROMA. Written for the New Mexicau. I know a sweet girl, fair to see; With blue grey eyes, so dear to mo, I asked her If my love alie'd he, Sh answered, "Roma " When I kissed her hair, soft brown, i-he drooped her silken lashes down Aud, tho1 her brows appeared to frown, She said but, "Kornn " Around her waist my arm I passed, Although she struggled to the last. W hen she fouud that she wan fat, 9ue murmured, "Konia." When I, wondering, fHr from clear, Ask"d, what's this "Koraa" that 1 hear'.' she auswered "spell it backward dear," 1 love you "Kouia." CAKLOs. The young gentlemen composing the Santa Fe Athletic club are preparing to give a social hop, and it will no doubt prove an event that few people receiving invitations will care to miss. Messrs. Harry Manchester and W. E. Griffin, representing the club, are engaged in ar ranging the preliminaries to-day. The hop will take place on Thursday evening next at Gray's hall, which is to be nicely decorated for the occasion. This organization now has twenty-six members and is in very flour ishing condition, much interest being taken by the members in the meetings which are held almost nightly at the club room In the Quintana block. This room is fitted up with a complete and most im proved "gym" paraphanalia, and the members are going through a systematic training under the direction of Messrs. Van Vliet and Tipton. The committee on invitations is com posed of Lieut. Van Vliet, Harry Man chester, Chas. Way, Frank Hughes and Will E. Griffin (4pn. XV. Pilrrv a r.,,nrior,.iol onlaomon r- ii, srut . i i i tiie attempt to capture the next legisla for the Hewitt confectionary company, of i tnrB the wiu 0, the le Denver, died at R'co November S!5. t ueaui resulted irotn quick consump tion," says the Rico News. Every assist ance was rendered the unfortunate man by the hospitable people of Rico. The remains were slTipped to Denver, accom panied by J. i. Kelly, tho fruit and con fectionary dealer of Rico. G. YV. Curry j was one of the most popular traveling i men on the road, well known in Sauta Fo and throughout New Mexico. ! Uncle Dick Wooten, a pioneer of the i southwest who ban a whole host of ad- ! mirere hereabouts, is at the Exchange to day and will be here till Monday selling his book of adventure and history written by Howard L. Conard. "Uncle Dick," as he is familiarly know n, located KiO acres of land in 1809, the center of which is now occupied by the Tabor block, Den ver. He is a hale and genial old gentle man and is welcomed to Santa Fe. Francis Downs, one of the attorneys of the county officials in contempt of court, was at the office of Secretary Thom as this forenoon and obtained copies of the affidavits of 13. M. Read and G. W. North in relation to the disappearance of Tcodoro Martinez and Geo. L. Wyllys, late county commissioners. Jay E. Adams writes from San Antonio Texas, to Geo. W. Ilickox, that he will erect in the spring a largo double store house on the Palace avenue property re cently purchased by Mr. Adams from Mr, At tho nee of three mouths a rash (which af terward proved to be ecztinaorsalt rheum made its app ariiure on my fac . Physician after physician was called. Noueof them cid me auy g"Od at all, but maile me worso. The disea-e eoniiiiued unabated; it spread to my arms and kgs( till 1 was laid up entirety, an(j from con tinually sirtiug on too nuor on a pillow, my iimbs con tracted so that I lost all con trol of them, and was utterly h. lptess My other would have to lift ue out and into bi'd. I could get around th.t tonne on mv bands and feet, builcoul ' not gi-t my clothes on at al, and had to wear a sort of dressing g .vv'n. wy hair had alt ma t d dnwn or fall n orTand my head, face an ears were one scab. Tbe oisease c u lnued in this mautu-r until I as 17 years old, and one day iu January, 179, 1 read an account Iu the Tribune of our cutk i'ra ItEMKDiKS. It described my case so exC''y, that I hought, a-, a last resort, to give them atrial. When 1 first applied them I was all raw mid blC' ding, from eratehlug myself, t'Ut I went asleep almost immedia'ely, some thing I had not done for years, the effect was so soothine In about two weeks i could stand trakht, but not walk, 1 was so Weak; but my sores were near y well, as near hs 1 can junge, the (;ctk:i r Remedies cured me in about six to eight weeks, and up to this date (i. ., from January, 1S7II, to January, IKS") I Pave not been sick in any way, or have had the least signs ol the disease renppeiiriug on mt w. j. Mcdonald, 87;l!! Dearborn St., Chicago, III., June SO, '87. Hickox. It is probable that this improve- CutiCUTa Remedies raent will include a first-class opera house, j Are the only infallible skin and blood purflers Company D, 6th cavalry, from Fort So!" everywhere. Price, ccticuba, the great Stanton, under command of Major Adam and Lieut. Scott, passed Lamv junction last night on a special train en route to the Black Hills. Besides their horses they had with them 100 mules. At the Hotel Capital : Jeff McDermott, Casta, S. D. ; George Marr, Dtirango ; G. S. Bamsey, Las Vegas ; W. E. Ramean, France. Fred Lewis beat Gonzales in the foot race this afternoon and took the purse of m. skin cure, 60c; Ciiticuba Soap, au exquisite Kin purmer ana neautiner, line; ulticura k in solvent, the new blood purifier, $1. Prepared uy the Potter Drug and Chemical Cori'oha Tion, Boston, Mass. OevSeiid for "How to Cure Skin Diseases," CI pages, 50 illustrations, and 100 testimonials. HOW MY SIDE ACHES! A' hlng sides and back, hip. kidney and uterine pains and rheumatism relieved c- ffMn ne minute by the Cutloura Antl- iWI'aln Pla ter. The first and only in- tanautcous pain-killing plaster. 7 lion. T. F. Conway, who is well and favorably known in Santa Fe and a great "f. ftir rrZ ned Pioneers, is at the Exchange I1UIU (111 vignvv-vu mvimm uiu vf li 111 uprj and Mexico. He has a scheme on hand, in which thore are "millions." May he gather them in, aud that speedily, for time flies! Mrs. E. L. Uartlett, lady commissioner from New Mexico tojtbe World's Colum bian fair, has left Chicago, where she has been attending sessions of the board of commissioners, for Kansas City ; Mrs. Bartlett will remain several days in Kan sas City before returning home. Col. C. M. Hampson, the well known and very popular commercial agent at Denver of the Wabash line, Is in the city stopping At the Palace. He is, besides being a first-class and very successful railroad man, also a mighty sportsman and Nimrod. He is very welcome. Messrs. Webber aud Widmeyer went quail shooting down to Cionega yesterday and had an experience. The driver of their team took the wrong shoot; they became separated from the vehicle, and walked home, getting in about 10 o'clock last night. The Nkw Mkxican returns thanks to the El Paso Athletic club for an invitation to its first annual ball, which takes place at El Paso on the 11th instant. The affair promises to be most enjoyable one. Suc cess to the athletic club. Espet tally to the l adies. Uncle Dick Wooten, one of the wtst's hotel and will be there till Monday, having on sale Ins book of Frontier Adventures. It is a thrilling historic volume, and parties desiring copies of the same will please call on "Uncle Dick" at the Exchange hotel. Catarrh is not a local but a constitu tional dhease, and requires a constitu tion remedy like Hood's Sarsaparilla to effect a cures The richest cut glass in the world is Dorflinger's American Cut Glass. The gonuine always has their trade-make label on it. Your dealer should show it to you. There is nothing more oppropriate for wedding or holding gifts. Milk 10c a quart ; 5c rado saloon. a glass, at Colo- John McCullough Havana cigar, 5Cj at Colorado saloon. v-Bishop receives choice poultrv twice a week. wood for sale Ail kinds and sizes of cheap, at Abe Gold's. Extra fine corned beef, at Fulton Market. Tbbasury Department Office of Comptroller of tie Currency Washington, November 1, 1890. WHEREAS. By satiKfactory evidence presented to the under "iirned, it ban been made to p lear that the First National Bank of Santa Fe, in the city of Santa Fe, in tli county of Santa Fe, and territory of New Mexico, haH compiled with all the pro visions of the act of congr-SM to enatde national banking associa tions to extend their corporate existence and i'or other purposes, approved July itf, lssa. STOW TIIHREFOItE I, Ed ward 8. Lacey, comptroller of tii currency, do hereby certify tha' the first National Bank of, Santa Fe, in the city of Santa Fe, in the county of Santa Fe, and territory of New Mexico, is authorized tobavesuc-CKSion for t he period specified in its amend ed articles of association, tamely until close of business on Decem ber 2. 11)10. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF witness my hand and seal of oflice this first day of November, 1800. skalJ E. S. LACEY, Comptroller of the Currency, No. 17BO.) E. ID. 3? UXil.KK g Hardware,Crockery & Saddlery Agent for BAIN & MOLINE Farm & Spring Wagons and RACINE BUCKBOARDS. Plaza Restaurant ! MEALS AT ALL HOURS DAY OR NIGHT, SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY. X. A. MULLER, Prop'r. John D. Allan, Real Estate Dealer, SANTA FE, N. WI. Have customers for property in all parts of the city. description of jour property with me. Leave ne Jm meat maracet ESTABLISHED IN 1869 AUGUST KIRSCHNER. Prop- UKALEK IN ALL KINDS Of Fresh and Salt Meats an ! Sausage of all Kinds SAN FRANCISCO ST., SANTA FE, N. M. Fruit RANCHES, ETC. ALE ardens, Several choice orchards right iu tfanta Fe, S. M one-half to twenty acres, from $600t 0 (20,000. Also, dairy, forty covs, oieht acres of choice land, 400 aborted fruit trees, fine kitchen garden; wiiole outfit, 811,000, bottom. Net income pat year, $J,n00; could be easily doubled. Beautliully located in the city of Han. a fe; also THE AZTEC MINERAL SPRING PROPERTY, canon, four miles from Consisting of 160 acres, magnificently located la Giganto sau'are. Tli- water i equal In every repent to the cetolira'ed Buftaln wnt r. analysis to he had on application at my office. gt-On I Ills property are atone quarries; coal already aiacovreu; icoia. euver, copper tint lend ininei. as voi uuduve ooea. rcuery 1 army ollicrr who is desirous ffrRiidPHt. In Mm wurld Thld nronHrrv in nulloil hv ull ol of eudln hii days east amoug relatives, and ruis property is thereioro offered at the low price of 10,000, although the true price is fabulous. Title perrect. A CHOICE BUILDING PLAT, Palace Avenne. front of 167 feet by nbout average depth ot l.ri0 leet. The choicest building plai iu sania Fe. frlce very reasouaole. TIMBER L-A-ZLnTIDS 7,000 Acre Tract, About thlr'y-eight miles north asr of Santa Fe, N. M , and about twelve miles from D. Si it. 0. 11. K. station. Covered with aouuduuco of exeelleut timber. Very cheap ALSO A TRACT OF 43,000 ACRES Within ten miles of A., T. & S. F. K. R. and thirty miles of Santa Fo, N. MV, 460,000,000 of fine timber on this tract by estimate of experts. Downgrade direct to railroad and good road. A great banra u. APPLY TO CEO. W. KNAEBEL, Attorney, Palace Av., utar Court House, SANTA FE. FISCHER BREWING CO, MAITCFAllTllKBRe OF Strictly Pure Lager Beer! and tbe FINEST MINERAL WATERS. GREAT REDUCTION -I IT- SUMMER GOODS! To make room for our Fall and Win ter Stock, we offer fr the next SO DATS, 1 ENTIRE STOCK of Summer Goods at Half Cost ! There are Great Bargains to be Had. Gall and See! GRUNSFELD, LINDHEIM & CO. A. Jr., P TI0IM DRUGGIST Ax