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TUESDAY. JANUARY 27. ,tinouuceiu' nt. auv person receiving a copy ot the Kkw Mkx ic.n with a punyll ma.k at tUs paragraph will snow that it has been sent by sped! or .-,th..T iwrnons Interested In bavin them make a 2&uraL lo ui the ffir m5i its terms of subscription, in ord-r ma; avail themselves o, 1.8 '''''MhS N?w tinna hk i lie best newspaper publlsneu in 0.16 the most wonOeriui alle) in the worm. KOUS1) ABOUT TOWN. Royce& Lanoing company's comedy troupe appear at the court bouse on Mon day night next. Two vicious looking tramps entered Hon. .Sol. Spiegelberg's store this after noon and undertook to isteal several pair of pantaloons. Mr. Spiegelberg detected thew at it and while undertaking to pro tect his property one of the wretches struck him a severe blow in the face. The thieves made their escape, but later were caught carrying goods out of Gus dorfs store, when they were arrested and placed in jail. Mr. Spiegelberg had them confined in separate cells and will prose cute them to the limit of the law. Mr. F. T. Webber has decided to en gaged in the real estate business here, and has apartments in the new office rooms now being fitted up for VVunsch mann & Co. Contractor Frank Ogden, of Las Vegas, is now a citizen of Santa Fe. He has the job of doing the wood work on the Elec tric company's power house. PEKSONAL. Hon. Sol. Luna came up from the south this morning. Mr. H. H. SheDDerd. western traveling agent for the Chicago & Alton road, is here from Denver, and was a weicomea visitor at this office to-day. Hon. Roman A. Baca and his brigh' vnnni? son. Librado. are in the city on a visit from Valencia county. The latter is the new county assessor of Valencia. Mr. G. Emigb, Mrs. S. Clark, Mrs. J. B. Hallidav and Miss Rose Symington, ol fMiiMirr.. friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Allan, are guests at the Palace, and after night-seeing in Santa Fe will visit tne ra- cific caost. At the Exchange: Jumes Andrews, Albuquerque ; Russell Marcy, Raton; Chris Sellman, Las Vegas; Pedro A Gastilum, Las Vegas; F. D. Wood, Wagon Mound ; A. S. Flersheim, Kansas. City. At the Palace: Frank Bond, Expa nds; H. F. Stringfellow, Jake Cerf, St Louie; H. H. Shepperd, Denver; 8. E. Booth, Las VegaB; G. Emih, Mrs. J. B. Halladay, Mrs. S. Clark, Miss R. Syming ton. Chicnizo: J as. Kronacher, 0. G. Williams, Cincinnati, Ohio; S. H. Fields, St. Joe; A. R. Farsons, Philadelphia, Pa. ; Frpd Wardeubure. Atchison, Kas.; vv. H . Hoskins, Adv. Agt. Royce & Lansing Co. ; S. Luna, Los Lunas. Fine McBrayer whisky at Colorado sa loon. Milk 10c a quart ; 5c a glass, at Colo rado XHllHUl. C. M. CREAMER The Wholesale u4 HeUM DRUGGIST CSTABILSHKD ISM. e hare In utAnk a line of Toilet Articlr of every description; ls a full line ol Import ed Cijfars Imported A California W inea and Brandies. Erervbody admits we carry tbr lor k est stock lii tbe territory iu ur iiue, Consequently VI defy competition Quality or In prices. OPEN DAY OR NIGHT MtTIOROLOCICAU omci o obvh, Bama.v,. January 2C, 18S1 n B 6 B e a i BBSS" '5r as Z 9 iutta,m. KB 9E cloudy L'Iuhc jr .17 .1 TAnira.rat.urH S IWWili 1 1 . , i vmtlnltatlnil W. I WSSMTii, Bergt, Signal Corps. FREE COMMON SCHOOLS. Both Brandies Celebrate the Half-Way Day and Wrestle with this All Important Subjeot. The High License Bill Passes the Council and Again Goes to the House-Detailed Report of Pro ceedings. The thirtieth day of the legislative ses sion finds both houses at work on public school measures, they being the special order for this afternoon. The high h censs bill passed the council with amend ments and again goes to the house for concurrence. The council to-day passed the Walker city Incorporation bill w hich originated in the house. It provides that 200 petitioners may ask for incorporation of any town having not less than 1,500 inhabitants. COUNCIL. YESTERDAY AFTKBNOON'S BESSION. The house substitute for C. B. No. 5, the high license bill, came up as the special order and with some amendments was unanimously passed. Mr. Perea, from the finance committee, reported back adversely H. B. No. 3l, for the benefit of the proposed Sisters of Mercy hospital at Silver City. Mr. And, eta, from the committee on territorial affairs, reported back favorably C. B. No. 33, in relation to sewers in cities and incorporated towns; also C. B. No. 40, to amend an act for the protection ol wives and families. Mr. Catron, from the judiciary commit tee, reported back favorably C. B. No. 82, to amend the laws relative to practice be fore the supreme court ; also C. B. No. 49, to regulate the price for publishing tax sales and other legal notices; also H. B. No 4, relative to criminal cases, with amendments; also, from the committee on municipal and private corporations, H. B. No zs, to amend section lbus, com piled Laws of 1884. A message announced the passage of several bills in the house. The special committee on C. B. No. 7, to restore to Bernalillo county the Chilili district, reported favorably on the hill. Mr. Jaramillo moved toamead the bill so as to provide that that territory taken rem Rio Arriba and added to Santa Fe county at the last session, be also restored to Uio Arriba. Mr. Ustron moved to tabble the amendment indefinitely. Lost. The council then voted down Mr. Jara millo's amendment, and tht bill passed, Mr. Jammiilo only voting nay. Mr. Perea, from the finance committee, reported back favorably on C. B. No. 81, providing funds and making appropria tions for the 42d and 43 1 fiscal years and other purposes. Mr. L'e rea moved to suspend the rules, that the council be resolved into the committee of tbe whole to consider C. B. No. 81. Motion lost. The following new bills were introduced and referred to proper committees : By Mr. Jaramillo, C. B. No. 90, provid ing lor peddler's license ; also C. B. No. 91, providing tliat dealers in merchandise other than liquors shall pay license, tlmte doiuk! a businets not to exceed $20,000 yearly to pay $50 license, and grading up the license ai curding to sales; all butch ers doing a business of less than $,0u0 yearly, to pay $50 license, and taxing other business as follows : Street hacks, $10; express wagons, $5; cigar stores, $2.' ; ciar stands in barber shops, $o ; barber shops, $10. By Mr. Mills, C. B. No. S)2, to amend the change of venue and justice of the peace act; also C. B. No. 93, appropriat nig $4,51)0 lo pay legislative employes' rialarirs up to February 1, and providing i'liat the rtniaiiu'er of their salary nhali ie provided for iu the general appropria tion act. C. B. No. 51, as amended was taken up. This was originally intended to kill he Sunday law, but as amended it was made more binding than ever, and passed, only Mr. President and Mr. Mills voting against it. C. B. No. 48, authorizing cities and towns to refund their obligations, was taken up and upon recommendation of the committee a substitute was passed. On motion of Mr. l'erea C. B. No. 81, the general finance act, was made the special order for Wednesday morning. A motion by Mr. Mills to designate an additional clerk to aid the translator was carried by a vote of 7 to 5. Un motion oi sir, rerea tne cnair ap pointed Messrs. Perea, Catron and Sau '.istevan a special committee on behalf of the council to join the house committee n examination ol the books ol tne auditor and treasurer. to-day's session. Mr. Ancheta presented a petition from Silver City praying that justices of the peace be given jurisdiction to the amount of $300. Mr. Catron reported back a substitute for C. B. No. 12, the Mills' public school oil!, and the same was made the special rder for this afternoon. C. B. No, 54, to prevent stock from rfwriHHHiiiif uDon private lands, was favor iblv reported by Mr. Ancheta. Mr. Jaramillo introduced the following: 0. B. No. U4, to fix the salaries of county ommiSbioners in all counties naving i,6UJ voters, $200 and grading ap to ounties having 5,000, $700 ; and county of ess than 800 voters at the last general lection, $100. Referred to the commit ee on counties and county lines. Mr. Catron, from the judiciary commit ee, reported back, C. B. No. 82, with he recommendation that it pass, and on notion of Mr, Richardson the same was jassed. H. B. No. 28, to amend the city incur vation act and H.B. No. 49, to fix the rice for publishing legal advertisements, a ere favorably reported by Mr. Catron tnd passed. H. it. to. 4, relative to criminal cases as favorably reported and pending its riideration the council adjourned to 2 p. m. HOUSE. YESTERDAY AFTERNOON'S SESSION. The chair laid before tbe house C. B. No. 66, to amend chapter 62 of the sea ion law of 1887. On motion of Mr. vlcDonald tbe bill was read the third ime. Ou motion of Mr. Otero tbe bill passed ; ayes 19, nays none. tne chair laid before the house C. B. No. 7a, fixing the time of holding the su preme and district court. Mr. Fall moved that the bouse be resolved into ommittee of the whole to consider O. B. No. 79. Mr. Easley in the chair. After considerable discussion the committee adopted several amendments changing the hi. eo oi induing the terms of court up ixed by tlie council. The house was called to order and a message announced nut tne council bad parsed the house ubstitute to C. B. No. 6 with a few amendments. The house again in com mittee of the whole on O. B. No. 79. Mr. Km1Jv in the chair. The hour of 3 p. m having arrived, the house was called to onler and the chair lad before thn hoiiBP. U. B Nn. 85, the special order lor that hour, being an act establishing common schools in the territory nf New Mexico an I creating the office of superintendent of public instruction. In committee ol the whole, the report of Mr. Panliu, chairman of the committee, was read rec ommending that the bill do pa; a. Mr. Burns moved that tbe bill be read and considered by sections. The first section was read. Mr. Burns moved its adoption Mr. Herrera said it was a very important bill, ami he wished it could be postponed three or four days so he could have more time to read and consider the kill. Some of the Spanish speaking members want ed more time and he wished it would be postponed at least two days Mr. Panliu thought that because the bill was so very important was the reason immediate ac tion should be taken ; no one was more anxious to push the bill than he was, but if Mr. Herrera couldshow any good reason for delay he would vote for postponement. Mr. Burns said that with all due defer ence to Mr. Herrera and Mr. Paulin, he would inform both gentlemen that since the 10th day of September, 1844, the people of New Mexico nave been waiting for this bill. When the question should be put on the question to postpone he would give one vote against it. He thought forty-four years long enough to wait and was for immediate consideration. Mr. Pedro Sanches stated that neither Mr. Burns or Mr. Paulin were in order. Mr Herrera had not made a motion to postponF; he had only expressed a desire to have the bill postponed, which does not put any question before the house. Mr. Torres spoke in favor of postponing the bill. Mr. Fall announced that he was out of order for being out or order If they were not going to have a full, free discussion of the bill he would vote with Mr. Torres against the bill. The chair ( Mr. McDonald) wanted to give as wide a range to the discussion as he could, but when called on to enforce the rules he had to do so. Mr. Fall wanted thn bill laid over for several days. Mr. Herrera said he did not very well under stand the English language, but would try to explain to his Span ish Bpeaking friends by to-day. He had been waiting forty-four years never theless was not educated like Mr. Burns, VIr. Fall and the others, and could not understand it as quickly as they could. He was in favor of the bill, but wanted several days to consider it. Mr. Paulin hoped he would not take three or four days to consider the bill. Thought they could read the few pages in this bill in one day. All know what an uproar went up all over New Mexico when the Kistler bill was killed two years ago. That boble man has since died, but will always be remembered as the prime mover of the public school bill. He had waited here now for four weeks and now hoped for immediate consideration. Mr. Burns stated the people of New Mexico had waited forty-four years for this bill, they should not wait another minute so far as his vote was concerned. How lonx do the gentlemen propose to wait? Mr. Easley thought this bill a very important matter, and now was the right time to consider it. He wanted the bill read once or twice if necessary in both languages, so that all could understand it and vote intelligently. Since the las: legislature every paper has been ulm-ink: that legislature for not passing the Kistler bill. Tne two school commit tees have been in consultation and pre pared this bill. Mr. Mills favors most of the changes in the bill. Mr. Fall gave the members opposed to the bill his promise that the bill should not go to its passage to-day, and may not to-morrow ; w as due to the people that the hill be dis cusstd. He could learn more in discuss ing the bill in fifteen minutes than by reatling it fifteen hours. After all under stand the bill, he did not think anyone would vote against it. Ho dared any iuhii in this day to vnte against a free school hill ami lie would be buried in oblivion for all time. Mr. Burns announced that Mr. Torres had withdrawn his objection and there was now nothing to prevent the car of progress moving in. He did not wish to have such a how! go up against this legislature as went up two years ago. This house is Democratic to day just because the last legislature killed the Kistler free school bill. Mr. Herrera here stated that he was not opposed to the free school bill ; all the speakers re ferred to him ; he was ready to vote for a good, free school bill. Mr. Fall threat ened him (Herrera) that he would be buried and trampled down for opposing the free school bill. He didn't care whether he was a legislator or not; he could work for a living. He did not think it Woul I hurt certain persons to be taught a little religion. The bill outfit not to prohibit the teaching of religion 11 a majority of any precinct wants it. The house was called to order. A mes sage announced that the council had passed C. B. No. 7, to restore the Chilili precinct to Bernalillo county as existed previous to the session of the last legisla ture. The house again in committee of the whole. Mr. McDonald in the chair. The chair announced tbe question wauld be upon Mr. Fall's motion to postpone. Mr. Fall said if his amendment had not been talked to death he would withdraw it. The first section was adopted. Mr. Fall moved that the bill be read section by section but not voted on at this time. Mr. Paulin seconded the motion. Mr. Burns insisted on voting upon the sections as read. He moved to lav the motion of Mr. Fall on the table. The chair ruled the motion not in order in the committee. Mr. Fall's motion was lost. Section 2 was adopted. Mr. Pedro Sanches moved the following amendment to section 3: Provided, said superintendent shall speak grammatically the English and Spanish languages. He knew that the English language was the language of tbe government and of commerce, but the people here have not given up the Spanish language. Mr. Torres said he did prefer a man because he spoke both languages. He (Torres) feared his God and his government. He wanted Mr Aragon called Mr. Torres to order. He had said that the gentleman from Taos (Mr. Sanches) had told lies. Now he in tended that members should use in this house only proper language, and not the language of the saloons. The point sf order was sustained. Mr. Easley moved to strike out in section 3 the first line and the second line to tbe word "he" and in sert in lieu thereof: "The office of superintendent of public instruction is hereby created, ana me governor snail auDoiut. bv and with the advice and con sent of the council, a duly qualified per son to fill said office. Adopted. Mr. Gable didn't believe iu long speeches nor n cheap teachers, bat moved to channel the salary from $2,000 to $1,500 for the superintendent. Mr. Otero moved to change the pay of the superintendent irom 2,U00 to $i,zoo, ana to cnange ine traveling expenses from $600 to $300. Mr. Read did not believe in cheap labor, much less in cheap teachers. He did not want to put the pay down to that of sheep herders. He anew men who "punched cows" that got a salary of $1,500 a year. He knew a superintendent of "cow punchers" that got $5,000 a year, and now we have the sublime cheek to propose to put tbe pay of the superintendent of all the school Highest of all in Leavening Power. 1 1 v car ABSOLUTELY PURE superintendents and teaqhers at $1,200. Mr. Qable withdrew his amendment. Sections 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 were adopted. Mr. Gable moved that the further reading of the sections in English be dispensed with, as every member had a copy of the bill. Adopted. Sections 9, 10, 11 and 12 were adopted. Mr. Burns moved that at 0 p. m. the committee rise and report progress. Adopted. The house airain in order. A message announced that tlie council had passed C. B. No. 48, permitting incorporated cities to refund their existing indebtedness at lower rates of interest; also C. B. No. 51, to amend section 933 of the Compiled Laws. The house again in committee. Mr. McDonald in the chair. . Mr. Burns moved that wherever the words number and sex occurred to make it read number, age and sex. Adopted. Sections 13, 14 and 15 were adopted ; the latter with the words "willfully" in serted before the word "neglect." Sec tions 10, 17 and 18 were adopted. The house again in order at 6 p. m. Ou motion of Mr. Easley this bill was made the special order at 10:30 a. m. to day. Adjourned. to day's session, H. B. No. 79, relative to toll bridges and ferries, was passed. H. B. No. 65, for the relief of A. B. Baca, was briefly considered and laid aside for the special order of the day the Paulin school bill. Mr. Paulin was called to the chair and declined. The chair insisted, and under the rule Mr. Paulin finally complied. Consideration of the bill be gan at section 19, down to which it was passed upon yesterday in committee of the whole. An amendment to elect school directors annually was adopted. With several unimportant amendments sections 20, 21, 22 and 23 were also adopted and adjournment taken to 2 p. m., when con sideration of the school hill was resumed. CALOHT IN THE CORRIDORS. W. C. Wrigley, of Colfax county, who failed to secure a renomination for the district attorneyship, is pulling up at Raton to remove to Denver. Messrs. Dick Hudson and J. II. Riley were circulating among the southern members yesterday during the discussion of the school bill, and their presence re sulted in good. Whatever Mr. Herrera may have said in the past, it was pretty nearly all atoned for by the rugged honesty, the pathetic heroism, of hia remarks yesterday on the Paulin school bill. "I do not very well understand the English language," said he, addressing the house, "1 have been waiting forty-four years, nevertheless have little education, and an not under stand quickly, but I am in favor of this public school bill." Visitors at the capitol yesterday after noon were Mrs. E. L Burtlett and Miss Florence Hughes, Major J. VV. Donnel ley, acting commissioner of the Atlantic & Pacific railroad, and his friends, V. W Mitchell and A. VV Mitchell, Col. J. H. Riley, Col. Dick Hudson, Hon. . W. Pnciiard, Rev. Faiher Groin and others. A monster petition has just been pre sented to the governor for the appoint ment ol Major semi as territorial treas urer, it contains 2,913 names, arranged by counties, and seems at a casual in spection to carry the signatures of nearly all the prominent citizens of Mora, Sau Miguel, Valencia, Lincoln and Dona Ana counties, with a very respectableshoing from the other parts of the territory. Bernalillo county sends over 600 names. Hon. Russell Marcy, of the board of managers of the territorial insaueasylum, is here from Raton, being one of a com mittee appointed to try and secure an increased appropriation for tbe asylum. A note worthy bill amending the Sun day law, fixing A penalty not less than $25 nor more than $100, with half the amount to the informer, passed the coun cil yesterday. Mr. Simon Nusbaum was to-day sworn in as additional iderk in the council. Au excellent sulectiou. Hi is one of the sturdiest and most capable of business men. MASONIC GRAND LODGE. Highly Suoesful Gathering at Albuquer que Perutanene Quarter Kindly Words lor 9iU F.aui, The New Mexico Orand Lodge of Free Masons convened 1b Albuquerque at 11 a. m. yesterday In regular annual com munication. Grand Master F. II. Kent, assisted by Deputy Grand Master Albert J. Fountain presided. Sixteen out of the eighteen lodges were present. After the report of the committee on credentials was read and adopted the grand master's report was presented ; the reports of thn grand treasurer and grand secretary were then read and all referred to appropriate committees. After a recess, the committee on grand master's address reported approving the decisions and actions of tne granu master during the past year. After some discussion it was unanimously resolved to fix tbe location of tbe grand lodge perma nently at Albuquerque, the local lodge theie donating a very valuable busi ness lot 60x100 feet for the purpose of the erection of a Masonic tem ple for the grand lodge. A committee consisting of all past grandmasters was appointed to devise ways and means for the erection of a temple. After some routine business the grand lodge took a recess till 10 a. m. to-day. At 8:30 last night some hundred Masons assembled at the banquet hall ai the San Felipe hotel, where Hon. W. G. Meyle't, the well known proprietor, ha.i caused to be prepared a banquet, gotten up in the finest style and in a very ele gant and complete manner. This was hugelv enjoyed bv all those participation and the craft dispersed at a fate hour, re ma'kab.y well pleased with its day's work, winch certainly will torn out -bene-cial to Albuquerque and the Masonic fraternity. THE SANTA FE DELEGATION. Of the visitors from Santa Fe and the ancient lodge they represent the daily Citizen says: P. E. Harronn, son of Dr. VV. 8. Har roun, and Marcus Eldodt,an enterprising merchant, both of the Santa Fe lodge, are here attending the meeting of the grand lodge. This is Mr. Eldodt's first visit to the metropolis of New Mexico. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. Powder ITf-peij, The- Century, cribncra, tbo North Amoricsn and nil other magazines bound in first-class stylo and cheap at the Nsnr Mcxioas bindory. IF YOU WISH Something to Eat, CALL AT NO. 4. RECENT ARRIVALS -Frcah Invoice or DR. PRICE'S BAKING. POWDER. Imported Jama and Marmaladra, Imported Olives and Olive Oil, Imported Sardines and Finn, Oranges, Lemons, frigs, Dates, Grapes, etc. We also receive seml-oceasloually FRESH FISH, OYSTUKS, POULTRY, and EGG9. R. E. Twitchell,, district attorney of the 1st district, and one of the rising yount: lawyers of New Mexico, is at the Sau Felipe. He is here to attend the Masonic Urand Lodge session, being tun ior warden and a representative of Mon tezuma lodge 1N0. 1, Santa fe. Montezuma lodge No. 1, Santa Fe, is the oldest lodge in New Mexico. It nas organized iu 1851 under a charter from the grand lodge of Missouri. Many dis tinguished citizens of New Mexico have been members of it, among th m Carlos Bent, first governor of New Mexico; Kit Carson, Gen. Carletou, Col. VV. VV. Grif' fin and others. Nearly all the governors and judges belonged to the lodge, from 1840 to 1851 Hardin Military lodge, constituted by otticers of the Illinois and Missouri volunteer regiments, stationed iu Santa Fe, was in existence there. From it nprang Montezuma lodge. For many years Montezuma was the only lodge for hundreds of miles north, east, south and west. Long may the old lodge live and prosper, r-he has done much good in the past and will surely bo continue. Col. Max Frost, w hose trenchant and vigorous style makes the Suit a Fe New Mexican a power in the territory, is in the city attending the meeting of the Masonic grand lodge. Col. Frost has a very fine Masonic record; he was the first master Mason made by the trraud lodge ol INew Mexico at its organization in September, 1877, ami since then has been master ol his lodge, high priest of the chapter and emiuett commander ol the coinmandery in Santa Fe and grand senior warden, deputy grand muster and grand master of tlie grand lodne. He has also beeu the master of the Scottish Rile lodge iu Santa Fe and is a thirty-second degree Mason. He has been an officer in some Masonic body from the date of his receiving the master's degree, and is considered one of the brightest and best posted Masons iu the territory. He is a close Masonic student and his opinions on Masuuic law and jurisprudence are taken for authority. For the past five years he has beeu chairman of the com mittee on foreign correspondence of the grand lodge and his reports as such are highly commended by those competent to judge, lie win remain here during the session of the grand lodge and will be a very welcome guest in Albuquerque, where be is very well and favorably known. Notice of Dissolution. The partnership heretofore existing and doing business in the city of Santa Fe, N. M., in the butchery business, uuder the name and style of Fink & Knott, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent, Anton Fink assuming charge in his own right and name and Knott retiring. The said Anton Fink is authorized to collect all debts due the firm and he is to pay all indebtedness incurred by the firm to date. Anton Fink, Maximilian Knott. Santa Fe, N. M., Jan. 27, 1891. U. & L,. Notice. For the present and until further notice Frank Delgado, secretary of the Building & Loan association, may be found at the sheriff's office, court house, where pay ments by shareholders will be received. John McCullough Havana cigar, 6c, at Colorado saloon. AT THE COURT HOUSE. ONE NIGHT ONLY. Tuesday, Feb. 3rd. 1891. Ray L. Royce The Favorite Comedian and the Enlarged ROYCE AND LANCING CO. In their latest Comedy Success, A Jolly Vuslcal Comedy Medley In three oeti filled to overflowing with Clever Comedians, Catchy Music, Pretty Dances, Bright Dialogue. Jfew Company. New Play, Larg er an l Butter. Bale of Seats at Woltmer's Book Store Admission, -:- $1.00 No extra charge for rrsrved seats. UKAI.KX lardware.Crockery &Saddiei . Agent for BAIN ft MOLINC Farm & Spring Wagons AHD 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. M. Have customers for property in all parts of tlie City. LeaT description of jour property with me. rr The City Meat Market ESTABLISHED IN 1859. AUGUST KIRSCHNEIt Propr. OKALCK IN ALL KINDS OP rresh and Salt Meats an J Sausage of all Kinds CAN FRANCISCO ST., S&.NTA Ft, N. M AT BISHOP'S Kresli Candies, Nuts and Raisins. Florida and Mexico Oranges, Lemons, Ba tanas, Malaga Grapes. Apples and Pop Corn. Poultry, Bulk and Canned Oysters. Cranberries Sweet Potatoes and Celery. Preseserves, Jellies and Pickles. Fine Tea, Coffee, Cocoa and Co. oa Shells FOR THE AZTEC MINERAL SPRING PROPERTY, Consisting of 160 acres, iiiaguiflceutly located In Olgaute canon, four miles from 8m Fe. The water Is equal In every reipeet to the celohrao1 Buffalo wntT. analysis to he bad on application at my office. On this property are stone quarries; ool already dUoovred; gold, silver, copper and led iiiiiie, &( yet uutleve oped. 'Ceuery grandest In the world. This property is owned by nu ol army olllcr'who Is desirous eudlu his days east among relatives, ami tnis property Is theroiord offered at tbe low price of 10,000, although the true price Is fabulous. Title perfect. TIMBER LA1TDS 7,000 Acre Tract, About thirty-eight miles northeast of Santa Fe, N. M., and about twelve miles from D. A R. O. R. K. station. Covered with abuudauce of excellent timber. Very chep ALSO A TRACT OF 43,000 ACRES Within ten miles of A , T. 4 8. K. K. R. and thirty miles of Santa Fe, N. M.i 460,000,000 of fine timber ou this tract by estimate of experts. Down grade direct. to railruad and good road. A Krest bara u. Apply to GEO. W. KNAEBEL. Attorney, Palace At., near Court House, SANTA FE. FlSf HER BREWING CO. MAITVtAOTUKCRB OF Strictly Pure Lager Beer! FINEST MINERAL WATERS. rfeat Array OF CHRISTMAS BARGAINS ! !0ur IMMENSE STOCK of ARTICLES is Surtassmg all Previous Kt cords. BXJ-y NO"W! Before the Bush of Christmas Week. New Goods Received Daily! Our B'ock of CLOAKS, WRAPS, DRESS GOODS, Silks, Satins and FANCY GOODS, &c , has arrived and will be offered at Prices that DEFY COMPETITION. GRUNSFELD, LINDKEIM & CO. A. T. GRISG & CO., Wholesale & Retail Dealers In Furniture, Crockery AND GLASSWARE. Lamps, Picture and Room Mould ! Ings. Sea our new line of Fancy Rockers and Mantel Folding Beds. Lower 'Frisco St - - Santa Fe. S - AJl J.CJ USEFUL and BEAUTIFUL (jot iuumj pruu'f ES.CWIPTtoN BRU'