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MONDAY, AUGUST 21
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t.:00p.m. 2d 35 73 46 SW 16 Cloudy
Minimum Temperature.'...,'-. B5
Total Precipitation..., ...... ....1.98
H. B. Heksky,' Observer.
Is called the "Father of Diseases."
It 48 caused hy a Torpid Liver,,
and is generally accompanied with
LOSS OF APPETITE,
BAD BREATH, Etc.
To treat constipation successfully
It is a mild laxative and a tonic to
the digestive organs. By taking
Simmons Liver Eegulator you
promote, digestion, bring on a reg
ular habit of body and prevent
Biliousness and Indigestion.
"My wife was sorely distressed with Constipa
tion and coughing, followed with Bleeding Piles.
After four months use of Simmons Liver Regulator
she is almost entirely relieved, gaining strength
and flesh." W. B. Lkbpeh, Delaware, Ohio.
" I have used Simmons Liver Regulator for
Constipation of my Bowels, caused by temporary
derangement of the Liver, and always with de
cided benefit." Hiram Wahnkr, Late Chiol
Justice of Georgia,
ATLANTIC & PACIFIC
TIME TABLE NO. 35.
Iu effect Sunday, November 27, 1892.
Leave Chicago at 8:30 p. in., 8:30 p. m;
Arrive at Chicago 6:30 a. m., 9:10 a. m.
Leaves Kansas City at 1:00 p. m.; 1:05 p. m.;
Arrives at Kansas City at 8:00 a. m.; 4:40 p.
Leave La Junta WW 9:50 a. m. Ar
rive at La Junta" at MO a. m. 8:30 a. m.
no. 3 bo. 1
NO. 2 NO. 4
0:30 p 4:25 a
700p 5:30 a
7 30 p
l"43p 2:35 a
1:00 p 2:05 a
6:30 a 5:20 a
6:00 a 4:00 a
4:00 a 2:50 a
l;00a 9:65 p
945 a 8:40 p
8:40 a 7:45 p
2:55 a 1:40 p
1:35a 2:10 p
3:30 a 10:25 a
1:05 a 10:55 a!
9:40 a 2:55 p
2:20 a 3:30 p
10:60 a 6:10 p
12:80p 8:00 p
1:25 p 9:00 p
Z:3u piu:zu p
o:ou p 2:10 a
7:50 p 4:10 a
10:55p 9:40 p
:uup y:iu p
6:50 p 5:50 a
9:26 p 5:23 p
4:20 p a
2:00 p 2:35 a
11:15 p 6:30 a
9:00 p ;ooa
1:20 p 9:00 a
3:00 a 2:10 p
Arrive Los Angeles 7:50 a. m. 6: 30 p. m
Leave Los Angeles at 7:00 a. m 5:15 p. ni.
Arrive San Diego 12:50 p. m. 9:20 p. m.
Leave San Diego at 2:10 p. m. 2:10 p. m.
Arrive San Francisco 9:15 a. in. Leave at
1:80 p. 111.
ALBUQUERQUE A., T. &.S. F. Railway
for all points east and south.
ASH FOltK Santo Fe, Prescott A Phoenix
railway for Fort Whipple and Prescott
and connection with stage lines for points
in Central Arizona.
SELIGMAN P. & A. Railway for Prescott.
BLAKE Nevada Southern Railway for
Purdy and connection with stage linos for
mining districts north.
BARSTOW Southern California Railway
for Los Angeles, San Dieeo and other Cali
MOJAVE Southern Pacific Company for
San Francisco, Sacramento and other
Northern California points.
Pullman Palace -Sleeping Cars
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Ko change is made' by sleeping car passen
gers between San Francisco and Kansas
City, or San Diego and Los Angeles and
The Atlantic & Pacific Railroad, the
. a ttppow the American nnn-
Hnent, in connection with the railways of
the oanui e rouio. .-.... ....... ..B...cu,,
superior facilities; picturesque scenery;
The Grand Canon of the Colorado
the most sublime of nature's work on earth,
Indescribable, can easily be reached via
..-(,;. Pnanli Rnnnrann thin
road. To the natural bridge of Arizona and
Montesuma's wen you cau juu, m.
.... 1 .1.1. 11.. nhanrve the ancient In
oTSky" sit the petrified forest
nearCarrhso. See and marvel at the freak
of Canon Diablo. ' '' i f
the magnificent pine forests of the fean
Francisco mountains. Find interest in the
ruins of the pre-nwto
Cave and Cliff Dwellers.
View the longest cantilever bridge In Amer
ica across the Colorado river.
T, R. Oabet, General Bnpt.
W. A. Bisstti.. en.!Pass. Agt
8" V GeW., Albuquerque, N.W.
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THE GREAT ST0KJI.
A Remarkable Rainfall Bridges
Gone out Some Damage to
The oldest inhabitants soraped the mud
from their feet yesterday and got out iuto
the sunshine to discuss the storm that
broke ovor Santa Fe city and valley about
6 o'clock on Saturday evening. Nothing
like it was ever known here before.' It
was a down-pour for two hoars and a
half. Sheets of water filled the streets ;
the irrigation ditches ran over, and at
many points were obliterated, and the
arroyoa became torrents. At the weather
bureau's office the rain fall recorded was
1.98 inohes, or nearly double any previous
record in twenty years. Out on the
Knaebol mean, at Mr. Horsey's the rain
fall reached the remarkable figure of 3.10
inches. The storm was heaviest south
and south-west of the city, as indicated
by the fact that out near the base of
Round mountain Mr. Nagle's gauge shows
1.88, while at tho water works reservoir
but sixty-two hundredths of an inch of
rain was recorded.
Some damage was the result; not a few
ancient adobo walls fell, and several
dwellings were flooded. At the D. H.
Smith residence, occupied by Mr. Philip
Senour and family, health seekers, from
Chicago, water flowed through the hall for
two hours, and the house is vacant to-day.
On Manhattan street, back of Mrs.Mnnder-
field's, the commissary sergeant at
Fort Maroy was driven, from home in tho
night, and his wife being sick a litter was
necessary for her removal. C. L. Bishop's
barn was flooded and several sections of
his fence torn down. On top of the mesa,
at Mr. Uersey'fl, water flowed knee deep.
Near . the north approach of Oalisteo
bridge numerous families were driven
from adobe hovels. At the penitentiary
30,000 brick were destroyed.
Throughout the city all the bridges and
culverts were more or less damaged. To
repair these will cost Beveral hundred
The storm was heavy up the canon and
sent a great volume of water down to the
reservoir, but the dam stood the test per
fectly and the flow came off through the
temporary spill-way in a manner most
. ROUND ABOUT TOWN.
Silver Coin $1.10 a sack at Beatty's.
Train from the south and west two
hours lato to day.
Mr. Sparks says the telephone system
will soon be in operation.
The mail service in New Mexico is get
ting poorer instead of better.
The Sante Fe valley is carpeted with
grass as never before in modern times.
The Miera property, occupied by J. W
Akers suffered some damage by Saturday
Yesterday's early eastern train had to
be abandoned; passengers for the east
left last night on the regular El Paso east
It will likely be September 1 or later
before the electric light plant can- be re
paired. The machinery is to come from
Books, magazines, music books, etc.,
bound durably and elegantly and at low
prioes at the New Mexican book bindery.
Now is the time to have this work done.
Lots of work ahead for the oity admin
istration. Mayor Twitchell and the street
committee of tho council should take
matters as to repairing streets and
bridges in hand at once.
Four hundred pounds of brevier and
150 pounds ot nonpareil type in good
condition, for sale cheap; at tho New
Mexican Printing office.
The board of trade should send remon
strances to the postmaster general
against the tri-week?y service on the
narrow gauge; the. 20,1)00 people living
along that route are entitled to daily mail
Owing to the rain the ball to be given
by the Literary club at Gray's hall did
not take place on Saturday night, but
was postponed to hext Saturday even
ing. Mrs. Keller, who is doing the Jemez
mountains with the Carson party, fell
from a burro above Santa Clara canon the
other day and broke her left arm. Dr.
Sloan adjusted the fracture and Mrs
Keller continues with the party.
A three-horse power engine, in good
condition, for sale cheap at the New Mex
ican printing office. .
A large crowd witnessed the ball match
yesterday betweeu the Cerrillos team and
the Alamo Grays. The Cerrillos nine
averaged too heavy for the Alamo young
sters, and at the close of a well played
game the score stood 10 to 9 in favor of
the visitors. -
Kleinschmidt & Everhart have opened
a new butcher shop, north-west corner of
plaza, in the Lamy building. The best
nd freshest of meats kept on hand- and
sold at very reasonable rates.
The following is the program for this
evening's plaza concert by the 10th in
March High School Cadets. . v.". . . i . . Sousa
Overture A Night Off .'. ..Boettger
Waltz Soldatenmuth V. . . Rudel
Fantasia From East to West Browne
Song Russian Carriage arrg. Thornton
Galop Jockey Club...... .;. Rowen
The best job work and the cheapest
job. work in the territory done at the New
Mexican printing office in this oity. V
Visitors at Gold's museum : Dr. and
Mrs. Wm. R. Frisbie, Capt. Hall and wife,
S. E. Snrden, Washington, D. C; Mrs. K.
Powder, Omaha, Neb.; 3. A. Cherott, Den
ver, Colo.; Sol. Bertheim, Trinidad, Colo.;
The best and cheapest brief and reoord
work for attorneys in New Mexico is done
at the New Mexican Printing office.
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PERSONAL V :
A. W. Butler, paymaster's olerk, has re
turned from a two month's leave of
Henry Essenger, rustling Las VegRS
liquor morohant, is in the pity. He stops
at the Palace.
M. A. Downing, correspondent of the
New Mexican, has gone te Mora county
in the interest of this journal.
Hon, Anastaoio Barela, clerk of the
third district court, arrived from the
south this forenoon.
Major Afbin H. Whitmore, a prominent
Las Vegan, is in the city on a business
before the surveyor general's office.
Major A. S. Towar and family arrived
yesterday from a two months leave of
absence and a visit to the World's fair.
J.D.Hughes, business manager of the
New Mexican, left yesterday on a three
weeks visit to Indiana and the World's
Mr. G. W. Patton, the well known
Chicagoan, is again here enjoying the
finest climate on earth. He is always
Mr. F. W. Clancy returned from his
summer cottage on the Upper Pecos last
evening. Two heavy rains fell there last
J. W. Schofield has gone to Albuquer
que in connection with the receivership
of the Albuquerque National bank to
which he has been appointed.
Hon. J. H. Reeder, clerk of the court
of private land claims, returned yesterday
from Hayes City, Kansas, whero he has
been on account of the illness of his
Mrs. G.Armstrong of Fort Wayne, Ind.,
Mrs. Rosenthal and Miss Loeb, of Chicago,
arrived from Colorado Springs last night
will and be guests nt St. Vincent sani
tariuin for some months. . .
Robert Gaertner and wife left yester
day for St. Louis. Mr. G. regrets that
business requirements call him away
from Santa Fe. He likes the people here
and tho climate, and hopes ere many
months to once again claim this city as
At the Exchange: S. Eppleo, Los
Vegas; A. W. Butler, Chicago; R. Goert
ner and wife, city; G. W. Kutz, Amargo;
Mrs. Charles Closson, Cerrillos; Miss
Mattie Closson, Cerrillos; Miss Delia
Paradee, Cerrillos; Alex Reed, Tierra
Amarilla; Major A. S. Towar and family,
city; E. W. Grant, Pueblo; Wm. F, Hill,
Hon. G. W. Lane, ex-secretary, is visit
ing the city to-day, being en route from
Washington city to Eddy, where he will
prove up on 160 acres of land agd estab
lish his home. When asked about the
secretaryship ho said his application was
on file, but he had nothing further to say.
Mr. Lane's coming to Now Mexico at this
time is regarded by'many as significant,
and ere many weeks ho may again be on
deck at the old stand.
Supt. T. J. Helm, the popular manager
of the Sante Fe Southern road, returned
from Denver yesterday. He went on busi
ness and the "leaven is working."
At the Claire: H. B. McKinney, Trini
dad; Miss Sarah Killeen, Kansas City;
Geo. W. Lane, Eddy, N. M.; J. D. Morgan,
Washington City; Wm. Borohert, Albu
querque; E. V. Chavez, Socorro; E. W.
Deming-and wife, San Ildefonso.
At the Palace: J. D. Morgan, M. D.,
H. B. Frist, M. D., Washington; -Frank
Springer, Las Vegas; Anastaoio Barela,
Las C races; W. D. Lee, Albuquerque; J.
H. Reeder, Hayes City; Jacob Sanders
and son, Simon Sanders, Trinidad; Henry
Essinger, Las Vegas; A. H. Whitmore,
Las Vegas; F. A. Burkhert, G. W. Patten,
Chicago; D. J. Fitzhugh, I. D. Laferty, J.
T. Monier, E. C. Do Puton, C. N. Hal
fold, C. P, Jones, Washington.
The case of the territory vs. Walter
Cook, a Magdalena saloon keeper, charged
with violation of the Sunday law, was
argued in the Bupreme court this fore
noon, E. V. Chavez representing Cook and
Solicitor General Bartlett for the terri
tory. The case grows out of the Corteey
test case in which at the last term of the
supreme court forty-five saloon men in
Socorro county undertook a test case to
break down the Sunday law and failed.
Cook's attorney entered a plea of guilty
in the lower court, but Cook repudiated
this and asked the lower court to set aside
the plea. The case comes up on the point
as to whether a plea of guilty in cases of
misdemeanor may be entered by attorney
and not necessarily in person.
Hon. Celso Baoa, one of Guadalupe
county's best citizens, is visiting the
capital to-day. He says crops are fine
this year; rain abundant, and live steck
fat, with the promise of the best of range
throughout the winter.
The new brick court house at Puerto
de Luna has been finished, at a cost of
$20,000, and the county officers are, now
Mr. Baca says the sucoess that has at
tended the building of modern irrigation
canals at Eddy and Roswell has prompted
the organization of a oompany at Puerto
de Luna which is now having surveyed a
canal that will cover 20,000 acres of
superior fruit and alfalfa lands. The
water is to be taken out of the Rio Pecos
at Santa Rosa, and the ditoh will run
across the Baoa farm, one of the most
thrifty in that section. .
The people quickly recognize merit,
and thiB iB the reason the sales of Hood's
Sarsaparilla are continually increasing.
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Land Court. - ae'
In the U. S. court of private land
olaimB to-day the Bomewhat celebrated
case of the Sebastian de Vargas land
grant, involving title to 53,000 acres of
land in the Hanta ire valley, was reargued
by J. H. Purdy for claimants, and
U. S. Attorney Reynolds for the govern
ment, me re-argument was had because
Messrs. Earle & Howard had filed a claim'
alleged to be in conflict with and cover
ing a large part of the de Vargas tract.
Immense. That's What They All Hay.
Tt ifl niiatnmnrv in thnan lnfnr Ax,m ,
express our perfect satisfaction with a
thing by saying "It's immense!" It's so
ATnrnRaiTA thflt nnthino nnn k. AAA
f O uw UUUUUl
Geo. L. Fink, Philadelphia Fa., saya, "My
wiiu hub uveu iu&iMtf your .new (Jure for
the Heart and says it is immense! She
httd lint litmn f.innilAil nrifti nniri
ering spells since using it." Jno, L.
nnu.-j-. cnA..A. n. 1 - -
Muuciia, Diauiuvuu, fu,, Hays ne IS 70
years old, and has Buffered from heart
dinfiftRe over 4(1 vAAm. Wai fvAnf uk
out avail by prominent New York physi
cians; grew constantly worse; took Dr.
Mile NtiW Hflnrt flnrA mnA
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pletely oured. Sold by. A. O. Ireland,, jr,
uu o (juninuiout
The U. S. Indian School Change Pen
sion Commissioners, and other
News of an Official
Supt, S. M. Cart received instructions
from Washington today relativo to the
proposed change at the L S. Indian
school. The superintendent is advised
that arrangements are being perfected for
making a clean sweep at this institution
preparatory to converting it into a nor
mal school for the equipment of Indian
men and women as tenoheru. To this end
an entire new corps of teachers and em
ployees will be installed within, the next
thirty days.- Supt, Cart and most of his
assistants come under the oivil service
rule, and they will be transferred to other
Indian schools, as will also the eighty odd
pupils now here. The final details of the
change cannot be announced until the ar
rival of Special Agent Jonos, which will
be in a few days,
U. S. PENSION EXAMINEHS.
Uncle Sam's pension board haB en
gaged rooms at the Palace and got down
to business to-day. I. D. Laferty,
with tho sorvico for nine years, is
the chairman, and members of the
board are: E. O. De Putou, Dr. H.
B. Frist, of Virginia; J. T. Manier,f
Mississippi; D. K. Fitzhugh, of Texas;
O. N. Halford and Dr. W. R. Frisbie, of
Arkansas, and Dr. J. D. Morgan. Capt.
J. T. H. Hall, speoial agent for the dis
trict of Colorado, New Mexieo and Utah,
is also working with them'. The
interpreters are Capt. Borohert and
C. C. JoneB, of Albuquerque; Wm.
Kane and Ned Gold, of Santa Fe.
The examiners will be engaged here
for four weeks reviewing all pension
olaims. In the territory there are now
about 500 persons receiving a pension,
averaging perhaps $6 per month, and
1,500 applications for pensions are on
As a result of the Box K 'frauds at So
corro, Dr. ChaB. G. Duncan, charged with
complicity in the Marcelino deal, was on
Saturday on hearing before U. S. Com
missioner W. 8. Williams, and was bound
over in the sum of $2,500 for appearance
before the U. 8. grand jury.
WHY DIOK HUDSON LAUGHS.
Colonel Dick Hudson has a joke on the
administration. When the rascals, says
the Silver City Enterprise, were fired out
by the reform administration, Dick, who
iB a hard-shell Republican, naturally ex
pected to be relieved by a simon-pure,
three-ply, dyed-in-the-wool advocate of
tariff reform and other Democratic hob
bies. Instead, he turned over his office to
Captain L. J. Burnett, 7th infantry, an
old companion in arms during the late
unpleasantness, who entered the army
about the same time and is about the
colonel's age, and moreover a staunch Re
publican. Strange to relate, no fault can
be found with Dick's stewardship, and it
will puzzle Hoke Smith or any other man
to pick a flaw in his accounts. In telling
the joke, as Dick terms it, he indulges in
one of those low musical laughs for
which he has become famous.
The territorial supreme court will prob
ably close its present term on Wednes
A pension has been granted to Thos.
Thompson, of Raton. Such items are
very scarce these days.
Pedro Delgado to-day received from
Washington his commission as receiver
at the Santa Fe land office.
The Romero-Lopez shrievalty oontest
will come up before Judge O'Brien in
chambers at Las Vegas on next Thursday,
the 21th inst.
J. W. Sohofield's bond for $30,000 as re
ceiver of the Albuquerque National bank
was approved by Judge Seeds on Satur
day afternoon and the receiver enters upon
his duties to-day. This creates a vacancy
in the deputyship of the U. S. collector's
The quo warranto proceeding brought
by C. M. Conklin against W. P. Cunning
ham and involving the sheriff's office was
argued before the district court on Satur
day and Judge Seeds took it under advise
ment. It is expeoted that a decision will
be announced on Thursday next.
C. N. Holford, a member of the U. S.
pension 'commission, was a type-setter
on the Era Soathwest, published here
fourteen years ago. He taught the firBt
publio ccuoot in Dona Ana comity.
Arkansas U Mis present home.
Beeoham's pills for a bad liver. ,
For Stock Brokers, Mines, Banks, hi-
surance, Companies, Real Estate, Busi
ness Men, etc. Particular attention
given to Descriptive Pamphlets ol Min
ing Properties. We make a specialty of,
. SHORT NOTICE.
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LOW PRICES, v V
. Bill Heads of every description and
small Jobs promptly executed with care
and dispatch. Estimates given. Work
Ruled to order. We use the
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Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
A Budget of Bad But Readable News
From Various Sources.
The New Mexican's correspondent at
Farmington writes that every effort is
making to capture the robbers who went
through Bowman Bros', store there re
cently. Messrs. Bowman and Hunter,
who were the parties held up by one of
tho masked men, returned to Farmington
on Friday last from the Rio Mancos,
where they went to identify two suspects.
They failed in this, but next day left with
a deputy Bherift from Montezuma county,
Colo., who had captured one of the sup
posed crooks. Citizens of Farmington
have offered $500 reward for the arrest
and conviction of the robbers.
SAN MIOUEL'S CONIB1BUIION.
Old man Benavidez has been held in
$3,000 bail for the fatal shooting of the
young woman, Gertrudes Pineda, out at
Salitre. He was remanded to jail.
Luis Archuleta has eloped from Las
Vegas with tho wife of Franzo Angelos
and are supposed to be in Taos county.
The irate husband has filed complaints
against both of them, in the name of
Uncle Sam, before Manuel C. de BacB, a
U. S. commissioner.
Candelario Ortiz, the alayer of Andres
Garoia, was seen by reliable parties at
Galisteo, last Saturday, from which place
he left, going towards the Sandia
mountains. A reward of $100 is offered
for his capture, but the San Miguel
county authorities seem to have given up
catching the scoundrel.
MUBDEB IN VALENCIA.
From Pinos Wells, in Valencia county,
a brutal murder is reported. The victims
are Patrick Murphy and Edward Gray,
employed at Spenoe Bros., ranch. They
were killed while in bed, and the mur
derers, though suspected, had not been
arrested at last accounts.
A HOUSE THIEF.
A reward of $25 is offered for one Noah
Barefoot, twenty-two years of age, dark
oomplexion, five feet eleven inches high,
and 150 pounds in weight. He is wanted
at Roswell for horse stealing.
Deputy Sheriff Baoa arrested Jack Kel
zie in the vicinity of Cook's Peak last
week, charged with the murder of W. H,
McBride at Mimbres Town some two
weeks since. He is in jail at Silver City,
At La Villita, Rio Arriba county,
three men made an attack on the house of
Gregorio CaBados, a sheep raiser, sup
posed to be in the habit ot buryiug his
cash in the floor of his house. They fired
upon Casados, but missed him and shot
Mrs. Casados, who, ere this, is probably
dead. The honse was robbed and a gold
neoklace and some other jewelry secured.
Two Arab peddlers were arrested and
jailed here this afternoon charged with
BOOK, STATIONERY A NO
COMPLETE STOCK OF
ADOPTED BY THE HOAltU OF BUUCATlOB,
Headquarters for School Supplies
A Novel Souvenir Spoon
HIS SPOON, as a
souvenir or Ari
zona, is decidedly
unique and appro-
firiate. It is distinct
y Arlzonian, pictur
ing a scene that is an
everyday feature on
the streets of the ci
ties and towns ot the
territory. A Pima
1 ndian woman is rep
on her head an Ollu
which rests upon a
twisted wisn of bear
grass, and awaiting
a customer for her
gracenu as lstne ng
u re, it is perfectly
true to nature, hav
ing been designed
from a photograph
taken from real life
for the purpose.
The Ulla (ilnimllv
pronounced o-yer) is
a large jar or dowi
of notterv for con
taining and cooling
drinking water. It
is aitogetner an In
dian invention, and
is made of a mixture
of clay and sand, the
material being moul
ded exceedingly thin
by the deft hands of
women, and baked to
a brilliant red.
Iu this climate re
ceptacles for cool
water are Indispens
able In every house
hold and thus the
dusky maids and ma
trons find a ready
market for them iu
It is no uncommon thing to see four or
five of these children of nature, picturesque
in their gaudy colors advancing with stately
tread down the street, each with an Olla on
her head, as represented in this charming
Sent by mull to any address on receipt of
price, 13.50. Made in Sterling only, T,ie out
exact sise of spoon.
VANTILBURG & DAVISON'S,
I Uctthe Sews.
i P.waw nnnnnfifinn in flin nrmntrv IB
anxiously looking to the extra Bession of
congress for relief. Every citizen is di
reotly and personally interested iu every
measure to be discussed, and will want
the news promptly and fully. It is during
a time like this, that the great advantage
of the "Twice-aWeek" St. Louis Republic
is conclusively demonstrated. Its readers
get all the news eaoh Tuesday and Friday
just twice as often and fully as it could
be had from any weekly paper and yet it
costs no more than the weeklies only $1
a year. It will be indespensable during
the next few months. Send in your sub
scription at once. Extra copy free for
one year to the sender of club of four new
names with $1. Write for free sample
copies, and raise a club. Address the
Ropublic, St. Louis, Mo.
Notice to the l'ubllc.
We the undersigned sell the only genu
ine W. J. Lemp's St. Louis lager beer in
kegs or bottles. See that our mame is on
the labels. All other beer sold under a
St. Louis label without a name are imita
tions. Kbick Bbos., Sole Dealers.
John McCullough Havana cigars at
Kansas City spring lamb,Vienna sausage
Kansas City pork, beef and mutton re
ceived to-day at the Sanitarium meat
Fine MoBrayer whisky at Colorado sa
loon. Stockholders Annual Meeting.
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of stockholders of the Water &
Improvement company for the election
of five directors for the coming yea will
be held at the office of the company in
Santa Fe, at noon, on Monday, August 28,
1893. By order of the board of directors.
S. H. Day,
Santa Fe, July 26..
ftooms to Jtcnt.
Three furnished and 6 unfinished rooms
to rent after Sept. 1. Apply to Mrs. M.L.
Spradling, Fitzmanrioe Bid., Rosario Ave,
Mrand Canon of Colorado Hirer.
On the Santa Fe . route, in northern
Arizona, 1,262 miles from Kansas City, is
the town of Flagstaff. A tri-weekly stage
line runs from Flagstaff to the urand
Canon of the Colorado river. More than
a mile in depth, this is the sublimest of
gorges-a Titan of chasms. Twenty
Yosemites might be hidden unseen below,
and Niagara would look soaroely larger
than a brook.
Don't fail to visit this first wonder of
the world. Von can "read up" about it by
asking G. T. Nicholson, G. P. & T. A., A.
T. & S. F. R. R. Co., Topeka, Kas., to mail
you a free copy of an illustrated book
describing this terra incognita. The book
is no common affair; but is entertainingly
written, beautifully illustrated and a gem
or the printer's art.
The best whisky in the city at the Ex
change nnd soda water on the side free.
Milk Punoh 10 ots a glass at the Colo
Three nicely furnished rooms, fitted for
house-keeping, and single furnished rooms
for rent by Mrs.Chns. Haines on Johnson
H. B. Cartwright,
Agent for Chase 4k Son her rn Teat)
Dow Drop Canned Goods and Vego
tables, Patent Imperial and Pride
of the Valley Flours
thuut Cd PU ,.
SANTA FIB, . M.
Clitrally Located Entfr ay Reflttel
SPKOLili KATBH Bt THI WBK.
SAMPLE ROOMS Af TTACHE0
J.T FORSH1, Prep.
The BEST is the CHEAPEST! ,
Refrigerators and Ice Boxes.
We havo a few of them left which we offer at
Extremely low figures.
Now is the time to make your selection. .
Call and get our prices.
OPPOSITE COLD'S MUSEUM.
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MEALS AT ALL' HOURS DAY OE NIGHT. SH0BT
0RDEBS A SPECIALTY.
MBS. ROSE MUXXER, Prop.
Gottfried Sohobeb, Pres.
THE SANTA FE BREWIN6G9
Santa Fe Lager Beer.
SGDA, MINERAL. CARBONATED WATERS M
SCHOOL OF MIMES,
SOCORRO, N. M.
Will open its first term for thorough courses of instruction in
chemistry, assaying and metallurgy on SEPTEMBER 5, 1893.
This institution is better equipped and located for thorough work
than any other -western school of mines.
For announcements and other information, address
FLOYD DAVIS, Ph, D., President,
Socorro, New Mexico.
GOSS MILITARY INSTITUTE.
3LBTJQXJER,QXJE, IT, HUE.
Select Training School for ' Situate One Mil frota
Boys. Character Training IV City of Albuquerque,
a Specialty. A -Private VrtySgJW W Third Term Opens Septem
Home for your Son. Num- $S WSSiyjg'fN ber 15, 1893.
ber Limited to Fifty. H ColMt. i G0SSA.Ml
V V SirPERINTKNDFNT
imffl Largest & Safest Companies
XjO"Vv7"IijS,!I? "f?. a 1 1 1 yf
PROMPTEST PAYMENT OF LOSSES.
Sd. Valentine Carson, Agt.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Writes the most liberal policy. Free from all re-
stiictions and technicalities.
RALPH HALLOR AH,
CRYSTAL PALACE SALOON.
J. W. CONWAY ft SON, Props.
Newly refitted throughout. The flnes stock of Domestio and Im
ported liquors and Cigars to be found in the City. Pool and Billard
rooms attached. Merchants lunch from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. Evening
lunch from 7 to 10 p. m. Short Order. Restaurant run in connection 9
with Saloon. Open Dy and Night
Henby B. Sohneidkb, Secretary & Mgr.
Santa Fe, New M-rico
eneral Agent, Albuquerque, N. Bf-