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Mfiismr re JENKS SUM, ml? fc,d , uw nam the other aUl thought he saw a prise-fighters' ring, and ha the middle of lt stood a doughty llttla ohamplon who met and deliberately knooked erer, one by one, a foore or more mt hi ELr'I;lto?,,,llow' S ibT aovaaoed to -IT;... , " wiey were in site, the J'"T proved more than a matoh for 5Pm- I' was all io funny that Jenlu woke S17.i,J": no nooounw lor tne dream by tee faotthat he had Just oome to the conolu. " n-yin nearly erery big. drsstlo PurgatlTd Pellet, or tiny Sugar-ooated rMule, eMlly " knock out" and beat all the big pill hollow I They are the original and only genuine Little Llrer Pill. " Beware of Imitation, whioh contain Pol eaoui Mineral. Always ask for Dr. Pier m Antl-bUloo Granules. One a Dote. A Safe Investment Is one which 19 guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results, or in case of falure a re turn of purchase price. On this safe plan you cun buy from our advertised druggist a bottle of Dr. Kings New Discovery for con sumptioni. It is guaranteed to bring relief in every case, when used for any affection of throat, lungs or chest, such as consump tion, inflammation of the lungs, bronchitis asthma whooping cough, croup, etc., etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to taste, perfect ly safe, and can always be depended upon. Trial bottles free at A. C. Ireland's drug store. The Press (NEW FOR YORK) 1891. DAILY. SUNDAY. WEEKLY. 6 pages, le. 20 pages, 4 cts, 8 or 10 pages, 2 c The Daily New Mexican READABLE PARAGRAPHS. Adrlce to Mothers. Mrs. Winslow'a Soothing Syrup should always be used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves the little sufferer at once ; it produces natural, quiet sleep by relieving the child from pain, and the lit tle cherub awakes as "bright as a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It soothes the child, softens the gum, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and Is the best kn own remedy for diarrhoea, rhether arising from teething or other c uses. Twenty-hve cents a bottle. 'SIHE1DW, Billons Headache, IHialness, Conatlpa. tton, Indigestion, BIN jHHMBhun au De rangements of the stomach ana noweis, are promptly rellered and permanently , ."4 "T use or ur. Mere Pleasant Purgatlr Pellet. They " StnaK iaIt,.Tj or strongly eathartla aoeordlng to also of does. Smallest, Cheapest m mm. ae otbis m tuu. py (Druggists. at, ISM, by Would' DnrmABT Hue m The Aggressive Republican Journal Of the Metropolis A NEWSPAPER FOR THE MASSES Founded December 1st, 1887. lf.as some suppose, this world shall be frozen out of existence, probably the laet two men left will spend their fleeting breath in debating the prospects for base' ball next season. Circulation over 100,000 copies CHURCH DIRECTORY. Mothodist EpiscopaiChtooh. Lower ciuiiriuiuiBco dc. ev. u. i. Mills, Fas- wi , iraiueiiue next tne cnurcn. Presbyterian Church. Grant St. R ev, weorge u. Bmith, Pastor, residence 0 ar- snaon uaraens. lHTJBCH OF THB HLT FAITH Epis- luwniy. upper raiace Avenue. Kev. Edward W. Meany, B. A. (Oxon;,resi- "nce iawearai al. uonqrboational Cmracii. Near the v niversny. FEATEENAL 0EDEES, t MOOTEZTJMA LODGE, No. 1, A. P. A A. St? ""2?e flrat Monday of each month. SANTA FB CHAPTER, No. 1, B. A Masons. Meets on the second Monday of each id onto. -SANT H COMMANDER, No. 1. Knights Templar, Meets on the fourth Monday of each mouth. J A1JIA" 10D OF PERFECTION, ui6808 A ft 8- Meeto oa third Monday of each month. AZIIAS LODGE. No. 8, I. O. Meets every Friday night, SANTA EE LODGE, No. 3, K. of P. Unit and third Wednesdays. wvuo aiiu tou a UOBUHy 0, bSJ ME:SIC2 di"8KN. No. 1, Uniform Rank K. of P. Meets first Wednesday in each month. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA. Meets second Thnrsday in the month. SANTA PE LODGE, No. 2357, S. U. O. 0. P. Meets first and third Thursdays. ' GOLDEN LODGE, No. 8, A. O. U. W. Meets every second and fourth Wednesdays. HALKT,oNJ,98TiN0- J G- A- K.; meets Bret ani third Wednesdays of each month, at ieii hall, soath side of the plaza. O. P. Meet f P. Tub Press is the organ of no faction pulls no wires; has no animosities avenge. ' The most remarkable newspaper Success in New York. The Press Is a National Newspaper Cheap news, vulgar sensations and trash find no place iu the column of The Press. The Press has the brightest Editorial pages In New York, It sparkles with points. The Press Sunday Edition Is a splendid twen ty page paper, ceverlng every current topic of Interest The Press Weekly Edition contains all the good things of the Daily and Sunday editions, For those who cannot afford the Daily or are prevented by distance from early receiving it. The Weekly is a splendid substitute. AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM The Press has no superior in New York THE PRESS Within the reach of all. The best and chepest Newspaper published In America. Dally and Sunday, one Tear, 85.00 " ' 6 months, 9 OO " " ore " .45 Dally only, one Tear, - 3.00 " four month. 1.00 Sunday, one year, - - 2.00 Weekly Pres.'-, one year, Bond for The Press Circular. Sample free. Agents wanted everywhere Liberal commlsslor i. Address. THE PRESS, Potter Building, 88 Park Row. NewYork. 1.00 -J 4 3 2- u -g dgs ft "9 i 1- i a o0S 3 e. p. eo feci M a a p. p. a s , . I ; 9 p,p, I I I m la : ifi 1:11 wrrr : : mm a a !3 a.rt 4U sa a t-p. p. s s 6'S S Kg ANTA FK BOTJTHKRN AND DINVKB BIO GRANDB BAILWAT COS. Seenle Boat of the West and Shortest line to Mall and Express No. 1 and 4-la ly except Sunday. j 8:25 pm ....BantaFe,N.M.... 7:80 am Ly :20 pm Kspanola :20 am 1:46 pmD.... Berviletta... .DU:25 pm 12:19 pm ....Antonito.Celo... 8:80 pm 10:28 am B Alamosa S 4:45 pm 7:25 am La Veta 8:25 pm 8:00 amB.....CnohaJo...,. :80 pm 4:06 am Pueblo 11:50 pm 8:30 am ..Colorado Springs.. 1:56 am Lt 11:80 m . .Denver, 6:0 am (.20 m Kansas City, Ho. 2d d 7:00 am 1:00 am ..... .Bt. Louis 6:46 pm Ai 6:80 nm 2dd.Denver,Colo.... 8:80 am Lv Lt ioo pm ....Chlcago,I11.2dd 8:45 am Ar Ar 2:55 am ....Pueblo, Colo .... 1:08 am lv in.80 pm Sallda 6:19 am Lv Lt 7:50 pm Leadvllle 7:45 am Ar At 2:66 am ....Pueblo, Colo 2:10 am Lv 18:46 pm Sallda 6:20 am 18:00 am Grand Jo 6:80 pm . 7:10 pm Salt Lake, City, Utah 9:16 am LT 8:40 pm ........Osden 10:40 am Ar Ar 6:80 pm 2d day Ogden 10:45 am Lv Lt 6:80 am San Francisco, 2d day 10:46 pm Ar Oeneral fnlght and ticket office under the Oapltal Hotel, comer of plasa, where all Infor mation relative to through freight and ticket rate will be cheerfully given and through tick et sold. Free elegant new onair cars oaum re no Cuhai Junction. Through Pullman sleepers wwoan paahln. Iadvtile and Orden. Passen- nis for Denver take nii bread gauge Pullman Aeeperi from Cacbara. All train bow go over Comanche pan In daylight, Berth secsrea d telegTaphT J. T. Helw, Gen. Bupl auiaiMa op mails. A. M. T. M. t. M. Ma closing going east . 4:16 7:80 Mall oloses going west 7:80 Mall arrives from east lift 10:84 MaU arrive from wait' 1:60 FOR m ONLY. I POSITIVE &K?Vr3i gVrrXi V VukaMs of Body and jtlad: Bffeet (J U XktXl of Error i or Simuoi in Old Toot Boko, lobh AITIOOP r h fMntM.Utm Jfcl"l f Are You Going Bast? If so yon will ask (or tickets via WABASH LINE. WHY? Because id the first place it is, to many of the principal cities in the east the SHORT LINE and, because, on all trains there are, free to all, new and ele gant RECLINING CHAIRS, and from points in the Rocky monntain region on all through trains THROUGH PULLMANS, and to cap the climax of luxury, all trains are fed on DINING CARS. H. M. Smith. ) C. M. Hahpson, J. T, Helm, f Com. Agt., 1,227 T. Agt., Santa Fe. 17th St., Denver, A Long Line. It is 2,714 miles from City of Mexico to St. Louis. We have just placed some superb .Pullman palace sleepers on through line between those two cities via 1 l'aso and BurrtoD, which makes the entire distance without change. Los Angeles to St. Louis is 2,121 miles, Pullman tourist sleepers now run between tnose points, via Albuquerque and Uurr con, without cnange. The Frisco line, in connection with Santa Fe route, is a favorite one to St, Louis and beyond. (J. T. Nicholson, G. P. & T. A., A., T, & S. F, E. K. Co., Topeka, Kas. "Are you sure that the author Schmierl is really reconciled to his wife?" "Yea,I am sure of it, lor she reads what he writes and he eats what she cooks.'. ' That Hacking Congh Can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure Weguaramee it. V. al. ureamer. A Common Sense Calendar. The calendars that come in the fall are as numerous as the flowers that bloom in the spring. Many further resemble the flowers in that they come without being sent for, and fade after a brief existence. The most sensible and business-like Calendar that we have seen comes to us from N. W. Ayer & Son, newspaper ad vertising agents, Philadelphia, and bears their "Keeping everlastingly at it" im print. It is so large and clear that its dates can be easily distinguished across an office, and is printed in a manner to reconcile the most fastidious to its com pany for a year. lt is sent to any address, postpaid, on receipt of 25 cents. SCOTT'S DULSIOU Of Pure Cod Liver Oil and HYPOPHOSPHITES of Lime and Soda la endorsed and prescribed by leading physicians because both the Cod Liver Oil and llypophosphitet are the reoognlzed agents In the cure of Consumption. It Is as palatable as milk. Scoffs Emulsion 'Lzfu is a wonderful FleaK Producer. It i the Best Xetnedv tor CONSUMPTION, Scrofula, Bronchitis, Wasting Dis eases, Chronic Coaerbs and Colds, Ask tor Scott's Emulsion and take no oilier. 100 Yds. black silesia, 36 inch. wide. 75 percale, 30 inch, wide, blue and white stripe. 75 Yds. black wiggan. 3 Gross brown rubber self shank coat buttons. 3 Gross brown rubber self shank vest buttons. 3 Doz. men's undershirts. 3 " men's drawers. 3 " overshirts. 3'i " black wool hats, size 6 to 7? The Yost Writing Machine. k ,ei 0b Standarrf. For Dyspepsia And Liver Complaint, you have a printed guaranty on every bottle of Shiloh's Vital lzer. It never fails to cure. C. M. Creamer, Will Hon Buffer With dyspepsia and liver complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure you. C. M. Creamer. Why Will You Cough when Shiloh's Cure will you immediate relief. Price lOcts. cts., and $1. C. M. Creamer. give , 50 The only office that seeks the man nowa days is on the top floor of a seven-story building with no elevator. T SUBSCRIBE FOR Fearless, free, consistent TT la its editorial opiu- E ions, hamper ed by no Co. ca h li S A m ! Ill n y k II A 6peciarT dbvoted to the F growing interests of the ric'i and nrnmlsins doming state of New Ucxico EVimDY WAHTD II Mr. James Lambert, of New Brunswick, Illinois, says: "I was badly afflicted with rheumatism in the hips and legs, when I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It cured me in three days. I am all right to-day and would insist on every one, who is afflicted with that ter rible disease, to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm and get well at once." For sale by C. M. Creamer. "Your wife seems vexed." "Yes : she went ont to match some ribbon and found it at the first store." Sleepless Might Made miserable by that terrible congh. Shiloh's (Jure is tne remedy for yon. v. M. Creamer. Here it is, and it fills the bill much bet er than anything we could say : "It gives me the greatest pleasure to write you in regard to Chamberlain's Congh Remedy. During the past winter I have sold more of it than any other kind, and have yet to find any one but what was benefitted by taking it. I have never had any medicine in my store that gave such universalatisf action." J. M. Eoney Druggist, Geuda Springs. Kansas. 60 cent bottles for sale by C. M. Creamer. Shlloh' Vltallier Is what you need for constipation, loss of appetite, dizziness, and all symptons of dyspepsia., race ten and seventy-five cents per bottle. 0. M. Creamer. Buoklen' Arnlea Salre. The best Salve in the world for cats. braises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 26 cents ver box. For sale at A, O. Ireland's. The Prostrating Shock Of malarial fever are not to be counteracted by quinine with any degree ol certainty, or for auy length of time. The eradication and preven tion of diseases of a miasmatic type are, how ever, ascertained possibilities. Long experience has shown that there is infinitely more preven tive efficacy in the line botanic medicine, II03 tetters Stomach Bitters, than in the alkaloids, drugs and poisons which were formerly the only recognized means of removing and antici pating attacks of fever and ague aud bullous remittent. When the system has been depleted by periouicaiiy recurring paroxysms, tins agreea ble restoiative renews the fund of energy, and is not only a positive mecittc but repairs the dam age to the general health fnllicted by all febrile complaints partaxing oi mo material unaraeter. To be properly appreciated one's org ans of speech should not be witnout stops. Dr. Acker's English Pill. Are active, effective and pure. For sick headache, disordered stomach, loss of ap petite, baa complexion and biliousness, they have never been equaled, either in America or abroad. Twice a Week for a Dollar a Year. The Weekly Republic of St. Louis will go to its subscribers twice a week during November and December, one sheet of six pages being mailed every Tuesday and another every Friday. This will give the readers the news from one to five days earlier than heretofore, and part of it ahead of any weekly paper, no matter where printed or what day issued. The price will be unchanged, 1 a year, with, the usual commissions to agents. Ad dress all orders, The Republic, St. Louis, Mo. "I've made some pretty tough springs," said the car-spring manufacturer, "but nothing to compare to the spring of 1801." The following item has been going the rounds of the press, and as our druggist C. M. Creamer handles the goods, it may interest our readers : Having had occasions to use Chamber ain's Cough Remedv, it gives me pleasure o state that I found it to be the best medi cine for a cough I ever used ; in fact, it cured me. of a ceugh that had baffled sev eral other cough medicines, N. R. Bur nett, Atalissa, Iowa. The Rev. Geo. H, Thayer, Of Bourbon. Ind., says: "Both myself and my wife owe our lives to Shiiobs' Consumption Cure. Head of Firm (angrily) Who is that smoking iu the office? Bookkeeper The office boy, sir. Head of Firm Oh, all right I thought it was one of the clerks. Merit Wines. We desire to say to our citizens that for years we have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's New Life Pills, Bucklin's Araica Salve and Elect ric Bitters, and have never handled remedies that sell as well, or that have given such universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time, and we stand ready to refund the purchase price, if satis factory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their great popularity Eurely on their merits. A. C. Ireland, Jr. iruggist, Round trip tickets to Las Vegas het springs and return, good for ninety days, on sale at $5 at A., T. & S. F, railroad office. It is quite probable that you may need the services of a physician some day ; but you can postpone the time indifinitely ,by keeping your blood pure and your system invigorated through the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Preventions are better than cure. CLOTHING FOR DISCHARGED CONVICTS. 100 Yds. cotton worsted panting. 150 " checked cassimere, 27 inch, wide, Union heavy weight. Proposals for Supplies for the New Mex ico penitentiary. Office of tub Board of Peniten tiary Comrs. Santa Fe, N. M., March 17, 1891. Separate sealed proposals will be re ceived at this office until 2 o'clock p. m., April 4, 1891, and opened immediately thereafter in the presence of bidders, for the furnishing and delivery according to law, and specifications at the peniten tiary, Santa Fe, N. M., of all or any part of the supplies necessary for the main tenance of the penitentiary for the six months, beginning April 4, 1891, and ending October 4, 1891. RATION PROPOSAL, 8000 H8. bacon, drv Bait clear side. 25000 His. beef, all around equal. 24000 His. flour, best grade. 00U riis. Deans, native. zooo lbs. conee, Kio green. 4004 His. sugar, clear fine. 1092 Tl.s. salt. 1093 His. soap, common cake. 113 II'S. baking powder, Price. 900 His. tobacco, C'imax. 44 ilis. pepper, whole. ' 273 Gal. vinegar, cider. CONVICTS CLOTUINQ, 50 Pairs blankets, heavy. 750 Yds. heavy hickory shirting 27 inch wiue ana oiue wiiite stripe. iuu i us. .amoBKeag netting, au, a dark slate. 25 Yds. white ducking, 10 oz. 100 " heavy unbleached sheeting, 0X4. 40 Doz. pair cotton socks. 30 " handkerchiefs. 200 Yds. crash toweling. 12 Gross metal shirt buttons. 2 " pants and vest buckets. 3 Boxes No. 8 white thread. 3 " "8 black thread. 12 " " 40 black thread. 12 " " 30 white thread. 12 " " 40 white thread. 12 Boxes No. 40 drab thread. 12 " No. 40 pale sky blue thread. 12 " No. 40 scarlet thread. 0 " No. E black silk, Corticelli sewing thread. 2 Doz. tailor thimbles, assorted sizes. " sponges for barber shop. 4 Pair 6 inch shears. 1 in. Set stencils and figures 4 a. font 3 His. "Ivory Drop" black paint. 1 Machine head with attachments for "Singer" No. 2, for cloth. 2 Doz. bottles sewing machine oil. )i " Rolls beet buffalo slaughter sole leather. ,'a' Roll white oak sole leather. . . 18 Sides "Anchor Kip" leather, best quality. 3 Hs, Barbour shoe thread No. 12. 1 It., gum tragacanth. 2 Oz. heavy bristles. 50 Balls Bummer shoe wax. 1 Great gross eyelet hooks, large size. 5 Quarts shoe ink. )i M. black heel ball. 4 " bees wax. 1 Sandstone. 2 Emery straps, medium coarse and medium fine. 1 Quire No. 1 sandpaper. 1 " No. 1 5 H'S. 6-8 cub nails. 10 His. 5-8 cub nails. 15 )t8. 4-8 cub nails. 5 H 0-8 Swedish iron nails, slim, 5 lb ?a Swedish iron shank tacks. 10 lf iron shoe nails, No. 11, over stout. 5 lt 4-8 Swedish iron shank tacks. 5 Hi Iron shoe nails, No. 13, stout. 10 lb 4-8 Lasting tacks, 2 oz. 10 lb y& Lasting tacks, 3 oz. 10 n 8-8 Iron shoe nails, stout. 5 lb 9-8 Swedish iron shoe nails, slim, 5 lb 4-8 Channel nails, sharp point. 5 lb Channel nails stout. 1 Gross assorted crimping tacks. 1 Gross assorted sewing awls. 2' Doz, peg awls bafts, No. xxx. Doz. common sewing awl hafts. 1 Pair of shoe nippers, large size. 1 Pair compasses, medium size. 1 Yankee Cutter peg float. 4 Doz. 10 inch shoe rasp. 1 3-Cornered 6 inch file. 1 Plain 10 inch file. 1 Heel shave, No. 7. 1 Duplicate plate for No. 6 heel shave. 1 Duplicate plate for No. 5 heel shave. Doz. "Old Put." shoe knives, med. ium size. 4 Skyving knives. 1 Rubber measure strap. 1 Set shoe lasts, iron plated, iron bound, medium width, size from 4 to 11. 1 Pair crimping boards double notch. 1 Pair crimping screws. 1 Shoe hammer No. 1. 1 Shoe hammer No. 5. 3 Buffers 6 inch. 1 Welt mill. 3 Strop awls. 1 Double bevel edge finishing iron, medium size. 1 Horn Bros. 6 tube revolving punch. 1 Drive punch, large size. 2 Bolts white muslin, "Fruit of the Loom." 3 Bolts gingham, small figures. 3 Doz. women's hose. 0 " white porcelain buttons, large size. 6 Doz. white porcelain buttons, small size. FURNITURE AND UTENSILS. 1 Tea set. 1 Dinner set. 1 Doz. goblets. 'i " plated table knives. " plated table forks. 2 " plated teaspoons. 3 Large water pitchers. 0 Doz. white table napkins bestqual xo i anis wmie linen tauie ciom. )i Doz. white bedspreads. 2 Pepper castors. 1 Doz. dinner plates. 2 Sugar bowls. 4 Colored table cloths, 15 feet lotie, i fusi-urusn. 1 Meat saw, 24 inch. 1 Tea-pot, 2 gal. 1 Coffee-pot, 1 gal. 2 Dishpans, 4 gal. 3 Uuti'her-knives, 10 inch blade 2 Small sauce-pans. 4 Large press-pans. z ijoz. teacups. saucers. oblong single dishes, small flat single dishes, small cake plates, small sauce-dishes. 2 Doz. tin plates. 2 " table spoons. 10 Baking pans 20x24, 3 inch, doep, Biieet iron 2 Baking pans 12x16. Steak broiler. Carving forks. I lair sieve. Doz. soup bowls. Small steam pots. Doz. scrubbing brushes. brooms, whisk brooms, common tea spoons. a rubber pen holders. hi " Fabers lead pencils No. 2. 1 Ruling pen. 4 Quarts Arnold writing fluid. Doz. small bottles Carter's red ink. I I'air barber's clippers. 3 Barber's combs. 1 Pair barber shears. 4 Sponges. 5 Doz. cakes shaving soap. 1 " perfumed magnesia. 2 Razor's, best quality. 1 Toilet spray. 1 Doz. iron cell buckets. 1 " wooden water buckets 2 " small looking glasses. 2 Large washtubs. 1 Porcelain bucket, 3 gal. i Doz. Washboards. 2 " small tin-cups. 12 " Boxes lye. iir-fJv,1j3Xvi"".iti i wuanu uaaraoteca i JiirtaO?Kl8l?-4j nd MANIFOLDING iMmmmmmwm o. l. ham, r v.. ..... ... (lI,B inventor f the two other typewrit. whose Bte is worM.iHH.ihfI """" upon simDiined DIRECT PRINTING: PIft -i. ivinaustlvalT Ih ts to SPEED, Strength POWER ' Introduction; 3000 adopted Act, Dsetst. ' L. A. FEBBY, Ter. Agt, Albuqner- que, a. m. NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO, Local Agt PEPWNG BREWING GO m m mm m r- h.V Proprietors CAPACITY 150,000 BARRELS PER ANNUM Brewed leolulvly of Bohemian Hop and Selected Colorado Briv. piUeijer Bottled Beer a Specialty ADOLPH J. ZANO, General Manager. TIMMER.- HOUSE Silver City, New Mexico. FRED.O. WRIGHT, Manager? REPAIRS AND TOOLS. F. Armstrong, 4' to 2 inch for 1 No. 3 die stock, Briilueport, Conn. 1 Set left dies, from 1 1 piping. 0 Unions, 1.J inch. 0 Elbows, 1 "a inch. 0 Couplings, "l3 inch. 2 Lengths, 1 xi inch piping. 2 Globe valves, J a inch. 2 Ulobe valves, 1' inch. 1 Pair wire pincers. i 5 Gal. lard oil. 50 Ft. chain links, l,1 inch long, inch iron : 1 Mai worth pipe cutter from l,.tol in "1 Mai worth pipe cutter from IK to 2 in. with extra cutter for each. 1 Set dies from )i to 1 inch. 1 Bar Norway iron )i inch by men, ior toois. j 4 Rods 4 inch round iron, any length ior ooii8. 2 Kods inch round iton, any length for bolts. 4 Bars flat iron by )8' for wheel- narrow oraces. 1 Bar tool steel 1 K inch sauare. i Doz. flat files, No. 12,,' inch and men. 2 Rat tail files, 14 inches long. 2 Half round files 14 inch long. 1 Flat bar iron, for burrs. 1 Flat bar iron lx,38' inch., for burrs. 1 Grindstone. 1 l'lane bit 2 'a inch. 1 " bit 1 inch. 1 " bit 2 inch. 1 " bit2inch. 1 Hand axe. 0 Mitre saw files. 1 Keyhole saw. 1 Gimlet bit inch. 1 Gimlet bit inch. 1 Extension bit. 1 Keg 20 penny spikes. I " 8 penny nails. 1 " 0 penny nails. " 6 penny finishing nails. 1 Foot treadle scroll saw. Rogers No. 2. 10 It.s. glue. 1 Gall, turpentine. 1 " varnish. 2 Hs. burnt umber. 1 tt. chrome yellow. 50 H'S. white lead. 6 Paint brushes different sizes. 6 P'kg.lxi.j) inch, screws for molds. 50 Feet 1x12 inch, clear hardwood for moulds. 12 Sheets emery paper. 6 Carpenters' pencils. 3 Bladders putty. 12 Wheelbarrows with side Iwards. 24 Heavy wheelbarrows. 6 Iron wheelbarrows. 6 Spades. 2 Doz. long handled shovels. 6 Garden rakes, (i Large hoes. 12 Garden hoes. 690 Feet )i inch piping. FUEL AND LIOUTS. The -:- San -: - Felipe ALBUQUERQUE. H. M. The Leading Hotel in New Mexico MCW 1UN10EHENT. STRICTLY FIRST CLall. BKI-ITTKD ABfO RSFCRNtftllED. TOUBUTi- HEAMUUAUTKKS Hotel Coach and Carriage in Waiting at All Trains. 8PE0IAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR FAMILIES AND LARGE PARTIES. 82.GO to 83.00 ep daw &. W. MRVT.PRT PM., " j - A 1 lUj, Business Directory, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. John P. Victory. Thou. B. Catron. H. I,' Waldo, dward L. BartleM. K. A. Flake. Oao. W. Knaebel. R. Twltohell. Jttax. Frost. TO VEAK f.lEH BnfferlBg from the effeota of youthful arron, airly deu.waBtinRveakneaa, loat manhood, ate., I will end a valuable traaUaelaealedj containing fall particular! for home cure, FREE of charge. plendld iradlcal work ; ehould be read by erery man who la oerroua and debilitated. Addraaa, Prof. V, C I'WLB, Hoodiu. Coon. BLACK MAGIC biddim trtAMuro. or Wo mm tmo. fa timd Joef MlMtm, tit DENTISTS. D. W. Stanley. SURVEYORS. Wm. White. 2G0 Gal. coal oil, not less than 150 fire test. 12 Boxes stearic wax candles. 12 Gross matches. 90 Tons coal soft, well screened. REEFING OF HORSES. 2300 lt.s. Oats. 1600 B.s. Corn. 470 lbs. Bran. 5100 fcs. Hay. Bidders will be required to furnish samples of goods coming under the head ings of "rations" and "convict clothing," which samples will be kept at the peni tentiary to be compared with the goods delivered. Separate sealed proposals for each de partment must be furnished) and each proposal must be accompanied with a good and sufficient bond in the sum of twice the total amount of said proposal for the faithful performance of the con tract. The board reserves the right to reject the whole or any part of any bid received. Preference will be given to articles of domestic production, condition of prices and quality being equal. Proposals should be prepared in strict accordance with the requirements made known in the advertisement, and copies of such advertisement should be attached to the proposal and form part of it. Spe cifications and general instructions will be furnished on application to the secre tary of the board. All bidders are in vited to be present, when convenient, in person or by agent, at the meeting of the board when the bids are to be opened. Joseph W. Dwyeb, President. N. B. Lauuhlin, Secretary. BANKS. rirat National Bank. Second National Bank. INSURANCE AGENTS. J. W. Schafleld, Fire and Life. MERCHANTS. A. Staab, Wholeaale Merchandise. GROCERIES. H, C. L. Blahod. B. Vartwrlght No. 4. HARDWARE. W. A. MoKenxle. M. O. Frani. CLOTHING GENTS' FURNISHING. Sol. Splegelberg. DRUOGISTS. O. M. Creamer. A. O. Ireland, Jr. SovriiiOi VKJLjU 1UAUUU1 Combine aieotrtoffy, 3faifJa jidT Aeiaioai tttinity, aad attrat g14 u cUrar mm aa ordinary maraet dtmM Iron. Addrw: A. W. OHSLLI 4 00, Leak Box W. Tntnkee. N"e4a Oeuty, OaL rCtirw I 6I1AYH. Ms Ci b acknowledged the leadlnr icmelT for Oonorrtaosa A eleet. The onlv bam remHv tnr I LeacorTheeaorWhltea. I prescribe lt and (eel uraaniror , safe In recommending It LTHtEwmCHSimmCi), to all suflerera. . aNCINTI,0 BP JBJ A. J. B1UNKK, M. DtCATU. 1LU old by DmnUtSi For sale by A. C. IBELaND Wo will pu) Hotel lilila, Kallroad rare to TO I OPIUM HOT SPRINGS USERS And Charge no Fee For any cane we fall to cure of what Is common ly called tbe "OPIl'M HABIT," which In cludes the habitual use of Opium, Morphine, Cocaine, and other kindred narcotics. Address MAFLEWOOD INSTITUTE, HOT BFXIN8S, ARE MISCELLANEOUS. A. T. Griff A Co., Fnrnlture, ate. Jno. Hampel, tin, tar, grarel roenng, c. Jr. Sehnepple, Bakery. A. Klrschner, Meat Shop. John Ollnger, Undertaker Kmbalmer A. Borle, Florist. J. Weltmer, Book Store. Fischer Brewing Co., Brewery. J. O. Schumann, Shoe Merchant. Patterson A Co. LWery Stable. C. W..Dodrow Transfer Team, Coal and Lumber, HOTELS. Alamo Hotel. Palace Hotel. Exchange Hotel. JEWELERS S. Spits. CARPENTERS. A. Windsor, taaoa Fllger. TO THE 8H0RT LINE CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, NEW YORK, BOSTON, And All Points East. 0. it HAUF80N, 0SMsbbUm1s1 Agto Windsor ElVek. DMsTTsTK, COLS. I im.L-afaj.'j!.