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WOMEN A f D MICE.
Tho reason why a organ la afraid of I louso is a profound n rstery Indeed, It b ever been very clcnrh proven that the I But some women are constantly la such i nervous, Irritable cond- Ion that the allirlit.es thlnj? annoys and start! Bthem. The cause o this unfnrtiinure state of afTatrs la usual! aouie fiiiietinn:il dernntr ment: some distress Ins or painful irreirn rity, some derang- ment or peculiar wen neaa incident to hoi ex; or, it rimy be du to inflammation, ul ceratlon or displaceni nt, of nino of tin pelvlo viscera, or to ther organic lealnai fiecullar to ber sex. I rom whichever caut I may arise. Dr. I'iero Fnyorito Prescrlp. tion la a p'tfiHve rem- ly, so certain in itj curative results that ii I manufacturers Ml It, through ilrtisrirists, t Oder a auaranttt o) lM giving- satisfaction in every case, ei money paid for It 11 ba prompt f funded. An a soothtm- and Btrengthonlni nervine, " Favorite Pi esoriptlon " ia una aualed and is invaluable In allavlnnrand sub ultur nervous excitab lity, irritubility, ex haustlon, prostration, I ysteria, spnsms ens other distressinjr, uem us symptoms oom tnonly atton-liuit upon t motional aud orgnnli disease of the womb. It induoeB refreshing sleep and relieve assLtol anxiety and do pondeney. Copyright, 1888, by Worn B's Dta. Vis. ili'k DR. PIERCE'S PEiLETS uK Laxative, or CiithHfim, Recording to aioa cu CHUPCH DIFECTOFiY. VI Ki itimiH'i Kvini ' i I Cm m' h. In Ha" l'nmt'im'o Kt 'f.O P. Fry Pas tor, residence next th' church. Prechvtkkian Cm-acH. (-iratit St. Rev. (it-nni (i. Smith. Pnslnr. rpniitance C ur etiilnn (lanlptiH. Chircii of thu Hi,y Faith F.pia-e-mal). l7pfiPT Pa?acp Avenue. Rev. E!vnn1 V. Meany, R. A. (Oxon),rcst- Icnce Cathedral St. OiNOKKuATioNAi, CmTK(n. Near the I'liiversitv. FRATERNAL ORDERS. HIINTRZVMA I.ODOK, No. 1, A. P. A A. M. Meets n the flrpt Mnndav of each month. SANTA FK CHAPTEK, No. 1, R. A. Masons, Meets on the second Monday of eaeh tnonih. SANTA FK COMMANDKKY, No. 1, Knights Templar. Meets on the fourth Sf nulla) 1 eaen month SANTA FK LOUUE OF PRKFKCTION, No. 1, 14th deirree A. A. 8. R. Meets ou the third Monday of eaeh mouth, A.I'I.AN I.OIIUB. No. S, I. 0. 0. P. Meers everv Kriilav niirrtt. 8AVTA FK i.oixik, No. 2, K. of P. Moot Irnt and third Wednesdays. UKHMAMA LOIOK, No. 6, K. t P. vteetp id. and 4th Tnesdavs VKl MKXICO DIVISION, No. 1, Uniform tank i.-of p Meet first Wednesday in each .UHll. CATHOLIC KMOHTH OF A M KKU'A. SMCimd hurMita in the mouth. SANTA FK I.ODI.K, No. 5;,U. 0. O. O. . eets i!rst ami thint ThurwlHys (lOt.llftN LOIX1F, No. 8, A. O. C W. -eer- .i-er-v H,-oud and fourth Wednesdays Altl.KTon -r, No. s, ii. A iv.. meet st u:t third v ednesdiiys of eaeh month, a1 ui1 .,mri .f in,. ,hzh ii- A a Is 3J H. ; 9 OB -J 22 po 5 CJ 4 nSS sa a 553 s l'B B ? p. c SB : EEE65S fleos4ftft 'r?.? : S2f5?i ? i Bop aB , iii ; ft a is : " " : 5s" SS -i aQ & On- aaa i allasf s ; t i- ; 85 BE en. ; ft ft : o?SS : f. ' 2B ax 3I I P. P. 6S a s'a a 6S 3 liittU'ii 1" Sa i'. Notice ia hprehv uiveii, tt.at nlior.:i?, NeMor Roilml ami Maria II. ile KniLul, his wife, di.l, on lite day of KelTiiaty. lSS'.i, exei tili'. ai'k'iowli'di."' and diiliier to (!l'arlp nnl'olnialh their tnnrit'atic deed, which ileed i duly Mizni'd and uc knowlpdired lv tho eui l Nestor Roihal a id Maria ii. de Rnihal, his wife, and recorded in the otlioe of the probate clerk and ex-oftioio recorder ot the comity of Santa Fe, in the territory of New Mexico, in book "K" of mortnaires, hi. pii'-'e 4o0, OQ the 1st dav of March, A. D 1S81I, con veyinn to the' said Charles Has-pehnalh a'l the following described lotn, tracts ami parcels "of land and real estate, Hituale. 1 ink! and bpimr in the county of Santa Fa and territory of New Mexico, and more particularly hounded as follows, to w't: A parcel of land niuiaU in Canoi -cito, in the c unty of Santa 1V Mf .n'Hiiid, on the public road b adinu fr mi Ihe cit of Santa Fe to San M iruel, near the en trance of the Canon de los A pad es, and bpiim a part of tho ranch known as "KI KaDchu de Nnestra Senora de la buz," heini! one-third of the 1,000 vara of land measured from north tot null), and liound ed on the north by ("anon de ha Anaches. and on the south by lands pertaining b aforesaid Hunch; on 'be east by the road leading to (ialisieo an I on the west by ihe lands of IViuado. know n as the Ca nada de Iob Alamos. Also, the ho.ne a tea I of the said N'Slor Uoibal and wife, in Canoncilo aforesaid, hounded ou the tu rih by government lands, on the south bvjjie ManzanareB tract, on the east by the MamsHiiarew yratit and on tlie west by novel ntnent laud. Also any other land we may have in Cano)icito afore said, "and whereas, said inorhwe deed was made to spcure the payment to the said Charles Haspelmath, or his order, one certain promissory note of even date with said tnortiaiie deed, for Ihe sum of eleven hundred and tifn -one dollars and filly cents (if 1. 15 1.50!, pavable eighteen months alter its date, with interest at the rate of 12 per cent per annum, from date until paid, and the said mortiraue deed authorized ami empowered the said Cliarles llaspelnuith, or his audit or at torney, in cae of tne failure of Ihe a menl by the said,, Nestor Koihal and wile, their heirs, executors, !ii!ininitriit'.rs or assigns of the humI sum of tnnnev, in sai promissory note s;eciiied. wlien lliesaine should become due ami pavable, tnjetli'-r with all inleref Is that may have accrued theeon, to lake possession of said grant ed premises and real estate, anil after having niveii notice of the lime and place of sale, by notice published in some newsi aper printed in the county of Santa Ke, aud territory aforesaid, at least ten days prior to the sale, to expose and sell said property at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, and to execute and deliver to the purchaser or purchasers (here f, a tiood and sudicient deed or deeds therefor, and to apply the proceeds arising from said sale to the payment of said note, and the accrued interest there on, having first paid out of the proceeds the costs of said sale, and the residue, if any should remain, to he paid over to the said Nestor Roihal and wife. Aud whereas the whole of said indebt edness, together with $100 57, incereat thereon, is now due anil unpaid, and will on the dav of sale hereinafter mentioned, amount together with principal and in terest to the sum of twelve hundred and hftv-eiht dollars and seven cents (11,58.07.) Now, therefore, I, the undersigned, the party of the second part and mort gagee in said mortgage deed, by virtue of the power and authority vested in me, will on Saturday ihe 10th day of January, A. J. l.SUl, at tho front door of theSania Fe count v court house, in the town of Santa Fe, N. M., at the hour or 12 o'clock noon on said day, expose and olfer said premises and real estate for sale to the highest and best bidder for cash. Charles Hahpelmath, Mortgagee. Sinta Fe, N. M., Dec. 24, 181.0. T1II2 C"UNTY ItnAIil). 01Tin.lL I'ROCEEniSGS. At a meeting of the board of county commissi!. ners of the county of Santa Fe. N. M., held on Friday, December lJ, 1SH0 ut the office of said board in the court house of eaid county. Present, George W. North, temporary chairman of said board, and Frederick Grace, county commissioner. It appearing to theboard that Marcelino Garcia, clerk of this board, is incapacita ted from acting as such, and the servicts of a clerk being desirable, It is, ou motion of Mr. Grace, which motion is seconded by Mr. North, ordered by the board that II. S. Clancy be and he hereby is appoint ed clerk of the board. Jt is ordered by the hoard that public proclamation be made, ai d that hand bills he posted up at the most public place in each precinct of the county of Santa Fe, in the words and figures following to wit : Whereas, Bv an act of the 28th legis lative assembly, (chapter 113) Februan H, lbM). it is made the duly oi the boaro of count) commissioners of ach county in the territory of New Mexico to pro claim an election, to lie held iu their re spective counties, for the purpose of vot ing lor l andidales for Ihe ollices of Justices of Ihe Peace; Const a hies; School Directors, and Mayordumos of Acequias ; said ollicers to lie elected for the term of one year from the 1st day of February, A. D. 18!1 ; and, whereas the second Mon day in January iu each year is designated by said af t for holding such elections, Therefore, the board ol county commis sioners of the county oi Santa Fe,iu legal session, held at Santa Fe, the county seat of said county, this I'Jtli day of December, A. D. 18'JO, have ordered as follows, to wit : That on Monday, the 12th day of Jan uary. A. D. IMtl, an election will be held in the Vaii.ais i leclion prei incls wiihiu the count) of Minta Fe, Ii irilory of New Mexico, at winch ehciion CHinuouies will be voted upon by the legally cpialilbd voters iu each prec:ucl fur the ioiluwing ollicers, to wit: Uue ( 1 ) Justice of the Peace for each pieciiict. One (1) Constable for each precinct. three i3) Scnool Directors for each school district. Oue(l) Mayordomoof Acequias for each mam Oitch. Geoiiojc W. North, FllhOlillICK Grack, Co. Comrs. of the Co. of Santa Fe. Attest: II. S. Clancy, Clerk. It is lurther ordered by said board that the following named persons be, and ihev hereby are appointed judges of "be election to be held in the county of Santa Fe ou the 12th day of January, 1891, in accordance with the foregoing proclama tion, iu their respective precincts, and that the p aces where the people are to meet to hold said election, shall be the places hereinafter designated. Precinct No. 1. Judges of election, Deluvino Romero, Rauiou Sena y Rihera aud Jusus Maria Ortiz y Baca. E.ec- m My mi a A V 1 ft 0 I I ) i CAIML ; i Id ) P'J.UJII.I jiuiiu HI! JIUII'KlliailUiM J READABI-F. PARAGRAPH-. Ad y lee to Mwthfra. Mra. WInslow'a Soothing Syrup should always be used when children are e.utf n". teeth. It relieves the little sufferer at once ; it produces natural, quiet a'eep h relieving the child from pain, arid the lit tie cherub awakes as "bright a" a button.' It is very"" pleasant to taste. It soothn the child, softens the irttm. allays all pain relieves wind, regulates the bowels, an te the best kn own remedy for diarrhcea, bother arising from teeming or i uses rwenly-rive cent a Isitt.le Von Boomer Yes, sir; I tell yon Chi cago is goinj to shoot right ahead now. She has just caught hex second wind. Eastern Man Great Sett! When did she lose he first ?-Puck Sthll-.ll'K t:alrrh Keinedy. A positive cure for catarrh, Diphtheria and Canker Mouth. C. M. Creamer. A oug Line It is 2,711 miles from City of Mexico to S . Louis. Wehnvejut pla ed sum superb. Pullman palace sleepers on through line between those two cities, via El Paso and Burrion, which make the entire distance without change. Los Angeles to St. Louis is 2,121 miles. Pullman tourist sleepers now run between those points, via Albuquerque and Burr ton, without change. The Frisco line, in connection with Santa Fe route, is a favorite one to St. Louis and beyond. G. T. Nicholson, G P. & T. A., A., T. & S. F. B. H. Co., Topeka, Kits. The L' rd helps those who help them selves, but the devil steps in aud takes charge when thev help themselves to more ihati their share. Atcbis--n Globe sl.il.ih'B VilulUer Is what you need for constipation, ioss ot appetite, dizziness, and all Symplons ol dvBuensia. Price ten and seventy-nve cents per bottle. C. M. Creamer. It fit anv size Holiday Travel. A holiday excursion ticket makeB an apwoi-nate Christmas present any bi.e stocking and suits nurMO. The favorite Santa Fe route has made very low rates from tl4B place to points ou A., T. & S. F. B. R. within a distance of 200 miles, for holiday business, Tickets on sale December 24, 25 and 31 and January l.good until January 6 n turning. Call on local agent A., T. & S. F. R. R. for particulars. Croup, Whooping C-oilth And broncliitis immediately relieved by Sliiloh s Cure. C. M. Creamer. The New Ulacovery. Yn.i have beard vour friends and neigh hora talking about it. You may yourself tiun to be held at the house of Nicolas be one ol the many w ho knows from per DOES CURE CONSUMPTION BBBMnBaBBsaiBBaaHU In Its First Stages. B stirs you gel IA genuin. The cruiser Boston ia still undergoing repairs. It is bta'nd that a defective crank has been discovered in her machin ery. This is where she differs from her distinguished namesake, All of Boston's cranks are in good running order, so far as heard from. Boston Herald. Why Will Ton Cough when Shiloh's Cure will give yott immediate relief. Price lOcta., 50 (its., and $1. C. M. Creamer. "How many revolutions does the earth have in a month ?" said the teacher of astronomy. "Do you mean in South America or Europe?'' cautiously inquired the boy w ho reads the papers. Washing ton Post. The Km. Geo. II. Thayer, of Bourbon, Iud., says: "Both myself and my wife owe our lives to Shilohs' Consumption Cure. The best job work for many a hundred miles done right here at the Naw Mex ican printiug ollice; briel work, record work, all kinds of printing, binding, book work and the like is to be had here at the lowest possible prices and in first-class shape ; patronize home industry and do not send your job work to St. Louis and Chicago. Keep it here anil help yourself and the town along. Health is Wealth! Dr E. . we-t's N-rv- aud Brain Treatment, a gUHrai-teed spe ific for bys erla, dizziness, c n vnlsions, fits, nerv-.us neuralgia, h. adaehe. ner-vou- piostration caused u the use of alcohol or tobacco, wau'fu nes , me tHl depression, soft ening of tne brain r-suiting in lasaiii y nnd lead in ir to miser ,d eay aud d at'i, pr-mMture old age, tiarr nee s, 1 8-of pnei In fth-r s x, involuntary losses and sp-'rmat rrhcea caused by over ex rtion of the brain, lf-aliuse or over indulgence Kaeh box con ains one month's trea ment; It a box or s x boxes for t:, sent by mail prepai-l ou receipr of price. WE GU AKANI'l-K S X BOXKM To cure any ease. With enbh order received bv -us for six bo es, ae-io npanied witn t.. we will s- nd th- purchaser o ir written guarantee to re fund the money if the treatment dies not - riect a cure, (iuar u ees issue-i mil- by A ). Ireland, jr., diugg st, sole aeut, Santa Fe, N. M. sonal experience just how good a thing it is. if you have ever tried it, you are one of its staunch friends, because the wonder ful thing about it is that when once given a inai of Dr. King's New Discovery ever alter holds a place iu the house. If you have never used it and should lie alllicted with a cough, cjid or any throat, lung 0' etiesi trouble, secure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time or money refunded. Trial bottles free at A. C. Ireland's drug store. There aii better things in the world than money, but it takes money to buy them. Indianapolis Journal. .. .... .v., imsvvll A RIO sam a "rcm seeuic Route of the West and Shortest line to M.tl and K-xoress No. 1 and -i,a ly except P.tff ft In acknowledged the leading remedy for Oonorrhopa A Gleet. The only sate remedy for Leucorrhecaor Whites. I nreseribe it and feel safe in reeiimmending it .'! THtfcvS8CHEU","fil, to all sutlerer. UKCISHIIV'CMI V. a. A. iM,Aiun.iu Sold lT UrUKVISM. -Trtai'MssBsV'surkl a-usvs, qi.uu. For s.le by A. u. li-.fcLANrj -f.n tps In riTo61)AYB.l f 0uirDted Dot to y RUM BtTUMOT. MMonlTtiy trorM.IT rtunday. )- b 2 pm a pm 2.i6 'pm U:l pm Hi ai 7.26 8;0.' 4:15 2:2u Lt 11:80 :2U 9:00 Santa Fe, N. M. h uriHtinla n.. seivlietta u B Alamosa 6 l.a Veta B Onchara JO. . . I'UCUIU . . . ..Colorado spriagB Denver Kansas City, Mo. 2d d .St. Loma. Jli hi t: u 1:00 r i:oa am 10 8u pm Lt 7:1.0 pm jdd. Denver, Colo.... ....Chicago, 111. 2dd ..Pueblo, Colo ... ....salida .. ..teadvllle Ar 2:..o ami 10:45 pm 10:00 aia 7:10 pm LT o:4U piu Ar 5:H0 pm Lt 6:00 am .Pueblo, Culu,.... Sal Ida Graud Jo Salt Lake, city, Utah Ugdeu id day ogdeu jau Fraucisco, 2d day 7:au m l.v 'J .20 am 12:26 pm :-i:i!0 pm 4:45 pm 8:25 pm 0:30 pm 11:50 pm 1:55 am 5:00 am 7:00 am 6:45 pm 8:30 6:4o am Lv am Ar 1:00 5:10 7: am v am Lv am Ar riminf:!Tiv Pr&titahSs FOR LADIES rsobtairied by taklna or ders fo.'the moHtpripit lar Corset- Valst made. Application should be made early, asonlyone asentwlll beaonolnted ; In this vicinity. ' . Address 1!J1CKS0S COSSET CO, Jackson, Mich. v C-3A3TEB ':!r CE1TTTJEY OLD i ri 1 4 a r vanntn 2:10 6:20 6:30 a:15 10:40 1 0:45 L0:46 am Lt am S4 pm . am am Ar am Lt pm Ar (ioueral freight and ticket office under the Capital Hotel, oomer of plaza, where ail in'or maVion rotative to through freight aud ticket raws will be cheerfully given aud through tick ets sold. Free elegant new chair cars Santa Fe to Cuchara Junction. Through Pullman sleepers between I uebio, Leadvllle and ogden. F"' gers loi UeuTer take new broad gauge Pullman sleeper from Cuchara. All trains now go ovei Oomam he pass in daylight. Berths se. ured b (eletrHph J. T Helh, lieu, supt. CLOS1NO OK MAILS. a. st. p. H. r. a. Ma closing going east . :15 J:J Mall closes soiug west j:J Mai) arrives from east l':l io.w Msi Hiriv-s I rom west 6:50 fob tmmu, mm mil lFnr LOSr or TAILING MANFO0I lOeneral and NERVOUS DEBILITV M WNka. of Budy and Hind, Effeoti Uof Errors or Exoeues in Old or TouniE. Ksbsal. Nuble 1IAMHIO!) fiillj Rrstnrrd. How lo .nlftrcc one Bir,oBili.nKtAK, usliKVHi,rv:iiiiii(."lseillTSoiaiinv. ibVolSl.U infllllni 0)H TKKlTBaNT HeaeBti la s Soy. Moo wtllry froai SO BUloo aad Vorolga CMalrlot, Wrilo thoov, goalootll MtcV BRIB ThEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO. N. V. OHBAPUJ4TCR PRIM. AprfMhyom STRONG 1 ul1 1 ' 'atistMthod In H tb. Mm. and H I ' lsjr or w - - ot Do. ot BTITUTb"" PIABTi 5o 0,VnSSi.CHPCTS Sod' KUOs'jf r.'r.A."'.-U. " 0U GUrtbi. (J3Ctlaloiie sod Samploi ttn, v Dliuaow ot lltuuos. Liocal Agts, Quiuiaiia. Precinct No. 2. Judges of election, Vi cente Urlega, J oe Antonio Jimenes and Jose Maria Gonzales. Kieution to be held at the hou.-e of Valenlin Pacheco. Precinct No 3 Judges oi election, James Dunavant, Dumicio Ribtra and Luis Moya. Lkcliuii to be held at the house oi Anionio Jose Rael. Pr-ciiict No 4. Judges of election, Ca nuto Aland, Win. M. Bergcrand Leundro Ribera. Election to be helo at the house ol Beiuguo Ortega. i'recinct No. 6. Judges of election, Ju lio Uiron, Felipe Pino and Caudelano Romero. Eiectiou to be held at the house of Juan Jose Romero. Precinct No. 0. Judges of election, Je sus Romero, German Pino and Bauiiacio Narvais. Election to be held ao the house of German Pino. Pre niel No. 7. Judges of election, C. V. Uptegrove, James Miller and Joseph Richards. Klection to be held at the school house of said precinct No. 7. Precinct No. 8. Judges of election, Pe dro l'ciiii, Dcuietrio Leyba and Juan San doval. Election to be held at the house of F'ertiauilo Peua. Precinct No. 9. Judges of election, Juau M. Vigil, Reyes RoOial and Pedro Lujati. Election to be held at the house ol Ait-jumbo Gonzales. Precinct No. 10. Judges of election, E. E. Sluder, James Swan ami Milton Fisk. Election lo be held at the house of E. E. Sluder. I'recinct SSO. 11. juilges oi election, ',,, ,lui ,.,,,i,.mioria Koiiert iu. Uariev, j uau uuerrero anu ii. u. Dunbar. Eleciion to be held at tne bouse ul Robert M. Carley. Precinct No. 12. Judges of eleciion, Juau Manuel Angel, Manuel Martin y Garcia aud Simon Segura. Election to be held at the house of Vicloriauo Garcia. Precinct No. 13. Juilges of election Peter Powers, Santos Ortega, and Joseph Rutledge. Election to be held at the liuuse of Peter Powers. Precinct No. 14. Judges of election, Antonio Maria Martinez, Francisco Cha vez and Tonias Vigil. Eiectiou to be held at the house of Antonio Maria Mar tinez. , Precinct No. 15 Judges of election, Juau Gailegos, Andres Archuleta aud Nicolas Bustos. ' Eiectiou to be held ats the bouse of Facundo Martin. Precinct No. IB. Judges of election, P. II. Leese, Guadalupe Mestas and Manuel D. Martin. FJIeetion to be held at tht house of Jose Amado Lucero. Precinct No. 17 Ju-lgei of election, Francisco Maldonado, Justo Lovate aud Jesus Guiterres. Election to be held at the house of Francisco Maldonada. Precinct No. 18. Judges of election, Donaciauo Martin, Edward Walsh and Jesus Dim as. Eiectiou to be held at the house of Donaciauo Martin. It is further orderdd bv the board that the actiug chairman of this board be and hereby is directed to contract for and purchase at tne expense ot tne county oi Santa Fe, eighteen ballot boxes for use at the eiectiou in said county to be held on the 12th day of January, 1801. UKOKOK V. jMORTH. Frkuerick Grack. County Commissioners of the Couuty of Santa r e. . Attest : H, 8. Glanc r, Clerk Sleepless Night Made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh't Cure is the remedy for you. C. M. Creaijer. 'I n lee a Week fur a Dollar a Year. Tne Weekly Republic of St. Louis will go to its subscribers twice a week diir.ug November and December, one sheet of six pages being mailed every Tuesday and auotber everv FViday. This will give the readers ihe news from one tohvedays earlier thau heretofore, and part of it ahead of any weekly paper, no matter where printed or what day issued. The I price will be unchanged, $1 a year, with tne usual commission w ugcuw,. un dress all orders, The Republic, St. Louis, Mo. For pain in the stomach, colic and eholera moibus there is nothing belter than Chamberlaiu's colic, cholera and diarrhoea remedy. For sale by C. M. Creamer, druggiBt. The First .-Step. Perhaps you are run down, can't eat, can't sleep, can't think, can't do anything to your satisfaction, and jou wonder what ails you. You should heed the warning, you are taking the tirst step into nervous prostration. You need a nerve tonic and in Electric Bitters you will find the exact remedy for restoring your nervous system to its normal, healthy condition. Sur prising results follow the use of this great Nerve Tonic and Alterative. Your appetite returns, good digestion is restored, and the liver and kidneys resume healthy action. Try a bottle. Price 50c, at A. C. Ireland's drug store. "Yes," said the editor's widow to the tombstone maker, "John was a dear, good husband, aud I want something nice. Let me see what you have in the way of a display headline." Washing ton Post. A sou of Mr M. D. Pusser, a merchant of Gibraltar, N. C, was so badly afflicted with rheumatism for a year or more, as to be unable to work or go to school. His father concluded to try Chamber lain's Pain Balm on the boy. It soon cured him aud lit has since walked one and a had miles to school and back every school day. Fniy ceut bottles for Bute by C. M. Creamer, drutgist. Try the New Mexican's now outfit ol material and machinery when you want Am jeb printing ox blank book mark. Nobody makes a lie out of the whole cloth nowadays. The tariff is too heavy. Philadelphia Times. Book publishing very description uf Book anil Pamphlet work promptly and neatly executed. Estimates furnished on application. If too have manuscript write to Santa Fe. Hew Mexlce, to the NEW HEIICAH PRINTING CO The laws of health are taught in the schools; hut not in a way to be of much practical benefit aud are never illustrated by living examples, which in rnauy cases might eitsily be done. If some scholar, who hud just contracted a cold, was brought before the school, so that all could hear the dry, loud cough and know its significance; see the thin white coat ing on the tongue and later, as the cold developed, see the profuse watery expec toration and thin watery discharge from th nose, not one of them would ever for get what the firet symptoms of a cold were. The scholar sn juiu men ub given Chamberlaiu's Cough Remedy freely, that all might see that even a severe cold could be cured in one or two days, or at least greatly mitigated, when properly treated as soon as the tirBt symptous ap- near. This remedy is famous lor its cures oi coughs, colds and croup. It is made especially for these diseases and is the most prompt anu mosi rename uieuiciur known lor the purpose. Fifty cent bottles for sale by C. M. Creamer, druggist. rm AwrilLlN'fcJ ELECTRIC BELT wiiiinnsiaiir WEAKMEt IIURII.lTATkD IhMnirh I! UIS.I KBTIONB or KXCaSSI -"IB ilisrt Ic55l7ilf IMPHOVtOllttl orl!BMD.vS'l'W'- Bl KTTiRlo CITOBtolff Ji llCTRtu Ball anu vrtnoun iONKV, Made for toil jjicelOe pur pose, Core ol weaerawe n.".i a--.'"a V i ttiil PA IIT8 reiwrlni them lo HBALTII aad flllllltol 8 BTBESI1TII. Bleetrie KJSllVelt la.la.ll,, or . lorta! : . 1 n i Sr ia a..oea.on Coaiplele b sad up. Wor oa.e. for. .....ii. i-nrMl in three months. Sealed paoiptiet if roe. iANOvl ELECTRIC CO., SKINNCR IIOCI. BENVCB, BOH RUPTURE 1-KHMASKNTt.VCtIBF.Pbr mini . it:, it: 11 ci cp'.fliPTDh v onnuun LLiuiiuu inuji iHrraiitedHPRTflinRaMAnF I I'I'KRalll or.l.lM ....or IlKf i SlH-aj 'OnlyUaai-iaa KlctbicTBUSBID -'HI l-.rr.IKKTAIM-:K.silnlN.TNTRfciiaS '.ndSueeilvCtlttK. Worn vrltfa Ka.es' nSl ort.llsht and lay. Tht. R.h- lavealloaeomhtDe. Brteaoe.Du ililllty, Power. Hold attletly on Mftt.. PH.. .. IDluiK ftunpiuetrrea, .SAKOElj. SIUMM IK.IU1 "l 'a -ajsa Speaking of the Indian uprisings, a re vival of the hoopBkirt is threatened. bt. Joseph News. Dr. Acker's English Pill. Are active, effective and pure. For sick headache. diBordered stomach, loss of ap netite. bad complexion and biliousness thev have never been equaled, either in America or abroad. Round trip tickets to Las Vegas het anrinira and return, good for ninety days on sale at $5 at A., i. & 6. F. railroad office. Bucklen's Arnica Salve The best Salve in the world for cuts bruises, sores, ulceia. salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It is imaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale at A. rj. irsiana i. J. R. HUDSON, M ANCFACl UttfcK OF Mexican Filigree Jewelry WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Setting Slachluo Impairing aud all kinda of Hew lug: Machine Snpi Ilea. A rlue Liu of !Npeoiaioe and K,e ula-es. l a t-graphlc View of San a Fe at-d Vleluli. Koutli Side of rin.a SANTA FR, N. M A Healthy Growth. Acker's Blood Elixir has gained a firm bold on the American people and is ack nowledged t) be superior to all other pre paralions. It is a positive cure for all Blood and skin Diseases The medical fraternity indorse and prescribe it. Guar anteed and sold by A. C. Ire.aud. All kinds of justice of the peace blanks for salo at the New Mexican printing of fice. Are You Going Kast? If no you will ask for tickets via WABASH LINE. WHY? Becausfl in the first place it is, to many of the principal cities in the east the Nil OUT LINE and, because, on all trains there are, free to all, new and elegant It EC LI X I N O C 1 1 A I US, and from points in the Rockv monntain region on all through trains T1IUOUGII PULLMANS, and to cap the climax of luxury, all trains are fed on UINING CAUS. H. M. Smith. C. M. Hampboh, J.T. Helm, f Com. Agt., 1,227 C. Agt., Santa Fe. 17th St., Uenver. That Hacking Cough Can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. C. M. ureamer. Li XT JSL Fed and Transfer. all kinds nt kinch snd Piisr,vl l.mnher: Texas floonn at the loi Martei Prla. W, mi w. and l)iei. 4tpn -.arr) on general 1 rn, tci i-iinii-.. and deal In Hav aud i-irala (JtliM- iiNur A"., T. V H. F. l-pi)l. 1UDROW &. HUGHES, Proprietors Albuquerque Foundry & Kachine Comp'; R P. HILL, Secretary and Treasurer. IRON AM) BIM CASTIVOH. OKIE, Coil A Nil I.I MRUt 'AKS, sHAFT INO, I-U1.LKV-, OHATM htlls, KAKKIT MHA1H, Col l MM ANI IKON FKOM8 FOX ItllLDIM.S. REPAIRS ON MINING AND MILL MACHINERY A SPECIALTY. Albuquerque, -:- New Mexico. THIS PAPER is kept n file at E. C Pake's advertising at"ncy, H and ttfi Merchants' Exchange, San Franciaco, i 'ul., where contracts for ativertiaiug car -ho mail 'or it. mi be paid to any competent chemist who .n tnd, on analysis, a p-irtlcle of Marcury, Pota ,r other poisons in Swlf ft Speciflc (8, 8. 8.) AN EATING SOBS Henderson, Tex., Aug. J3, 1899.- "For ebl ;ea months I had an eating aor on my tougia . was treated by the best local physicians, U btalnea no relief, the sore gradaally grow -it vorse. I concluded itnally to try S. 8. 8., u-' .vas entirely cured afur using a fw bottle' 7on have my cheerful permission to pubusa V ibove statement for the benefit of those aUnilar " afflicted." C. & MoLiMonx, Henderson,la Treatise on Zlood and Skin Diseases mailed f ' THE SWIFT aPHCrirTO CO., Atlanta, I 1 The-:- San-:-Felipe ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. The leading Hotel in New Mexico Mf.1V MANACKMENT. BKFI'I-TKD AV ItrtKlKM-nKO. KTU1C1XV FIHST CLASS. TOUKIS1S' H I. A ly t A RTEU8 Hotel Coach and Carriage in Waiting at All Trains. SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR FAMILIES AND LARGE PARTIES. .w tT3.oo per d,y G. W. MEYLFRT ?mnr. TIMMER. HOUSE Silver City, New Mexico. FRED. O. WRICHT, Manager: r Au. MOSES, The Yost Writing Machine. Ihe New and Higher Standard. 11111 , "'511 Mr. Yont (the juventiT I th two other typi wrltT8 wIiohc xne is wnrM-wldi ). hat perfected thin ma blue uju pdinplifled NO UTBRON. FURECT PRINTING; PER MANKNT AMfiN.IKNT. Kxl mi-uvHj- t-t 'c ni.d (iunrnntt-(1 a to TKKD. Htrt'DRth Riirl MANIt-0 IHN(i fnWKK rnjircc' diit d intro'luctioa. 80 0 adopted Hip hist vpar. mmi:- L EVANSl Gen'1 Agt, Denver. que, JN. M. NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO, Local Agt. wTh . SO E H NCHEN, Carpenter, Contractor ana Builder JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. B'Ck f Hotel Captal, - Sai ta Fe. N M. TO WEAK Mil Buffering from the effecta of youthful errors, early decay, wasting 'weakness, lostmauhood, etc., I will send a valuable treatise sealed) containing full particulars for home cure, F R EE of charpe. 1 eplesdid medical work ; should be read by every man "who Is nervous and debilitated. Address Prof F. & Hoodua. Coniu BLACK MAGIC tuddon treasure Of locate mines, tie GOLD MAGNET Combines olmtricity. Magnetism tnd ehemwl -litimty. sai attracts -oJd sai silver as aa ordinary magnet does iron. Address: . JHitv OO. Look Box SO Tnickee. NeTada County, Csl aSEriiiinTniinnil'f KEIF-ACTING HAn anUl.o shade rollers Laws oi New Mexico ' -.iBC-L -A-J SIS vir.i i'7 Lm- . - , (Mill Rl f i 1 f I ML UtliUlliU Beware ol Irnita. Otis. NOTICE AUTOGRAPH 5 ONLY. 1 OnCITIUP For LOST or TAILING MANHOOD, fir USlllVt omeriuaiij NEKV0U8 DEBIX1TT rT7T 1' Weakneva of Bodyaml Tt ind; Effect J U Xd -a-i of Errot or Exoeeaea in Old or Young i,..l.u.t KnKI. ntMlll-HH- I K-mi-r-Nl How lo Snl.ra. aa- .W.l'l.1; anhlllnf IH.MK TKKaTaaNT .aeSIa la a d W:..llrj fro 47 .l. T.rrll-n. and fowlimCoaolrlje I...ea..rlleUi.. !!". "ll',Jf!5".1':".- 'Sj.ErT, "aTt .Mita. mere (Bit KlOICSl CO.. frUlfSIO. . Of 1889, rwB BALI At tlie New Mexican Office. T H I E SUBSCRIBE FOP. Fearless, free, consiBto. t laitBoi".torialoi:n- P ionB,hn-Tper- cJ by no Co. a u U a, I"2 J3 S A W T Jt. T EV E P E Bpecia'y devoted to the growing interests oi tho ric'- nnd promising coming state oi Iew llcilco, ETKSTDDI 7A1TTD II c c o -c - ?. : i I. O I. EM ! APPLY FOR INFORMATION ; Aboat The Great Southwest Uhopo last year iarmer netted ,100 to 1200 i IlilCIC per aor for fruit, (rown on land that I can be duplicated to-day lor 30 per acre. Uhara five tons ol alfalfa hay, worth lit pet Tl Hole ton, was grown on land tue like oi t which can be bought for 116 per acre. Uhapa nny- my oth r P'1"'"- "ch " ; nilclc sweet potatoes, tomatoe and early 1 vegetables, netted as large and larger profits than ' fruit. 1 U ha ra the summers ar cool, the winters Illicit warm, cyclones unknown ana ma laria uuheardof. , , . ,. Uhorn there Is the best opening in the world ! Wnere ior honest industri WBITB, PM'en'e' VHKiHel.AOBiKR80N, ' i Immigration Agent, ,, T. 4 I F. R. K., 623 Rlalto Building, Chicago, 111. 1 This railway passes through twelve lUtes and 1 territories, and having no ","W,,V' ! has no object in advancing the '7 special 1. calltv.or in giving ny other ' Jj soluiely reliable information. It realises that 1 the prosperity of the farmer, of the great wb. wet m aus prosperity to itself also and is tbaa Mtnrally wiLif W & V ' lUBi"- J as possible.