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WEDNESDAY. JULY 81. Notice is hereby given that orders pi yen by employes upon the New Mexican 1'riiitiiig; Co., will not be honored iinlfss previously endorsed by the business manager. Notice Requests for back numbers of the New Mexican, must stute dute wanted, or they will receive no attrition. Advertising Kilt en. Wanted One cent a word each Insertion. Local Ten cents per line eaoh Insertion. Heading Local Preferred position Twenty-live touts per line each insertion. Displayed Two dollars an inch, single column, per month in Daily. One dollur an inch siiurle column, in either English or Spanish Weekly. Additional prices and particulars given on receipt of copy of matter to be inserted. Prices vary according to amount of matter, length of time to run, position, number of changes, etc. Uue copy only at each paper in which an ad. appears will be sent free. Wood base electros not accepted. No display advertisements accepted for less titn $1 net. per month. No reduction in price made for "every other dav" advertisements. METEROLOQICAL. 0. S. Dbpahtmbnt of Aqkiopt.tuke, Wkatukh Blikkau Office of Ohsbkver J Santa Fe, J uly 30. 1895, JO 1 2 JO.? 5 2; 2.3 2. p. g ' 22 0-2. 6:00a. m. 23 45 58 83 SK ll.t. Ku. 8:00p. m. 23 41 1)5 71 I SElOCldy M tximum Temperature Minimum Temperature Total Preolpitatlon 0.20 H. B. Hbksey. Observer. SIMMOhffX Are you taking Simmons Liver Reg ulator, the " King op Liver Medi cines?" That is what our reader want, and nothing but that. It is the same old friend to which the old folks pinned their faith and were never dis appointed. But another good recom mendation for it is, that it is better than Pills, never gripes, never weak ens, but works in such an easy and natural way Just like nature itself, that relief comes quick and sure, and one feels new ail over. It never fails. Everybody needs take a liver remedy, and everyone should take only Bini i&ons Liver Regulator. Be sure you get it. The Bed ' is cn the wrapper. J. H. Zeilin & COi Philadelphia. Clothing Wade to Order Sol. Spiegelberg, OLOTHIER. Carry a full and select line of HATS, l AI'H, UI.OVKN, etc., and every thing found in a first-class establish ment. . Henry Uriel BOLE AOKNT FOB 'ST. L IBF"iTijIER- The trade supplied from one bot tle to s osrload. Mail orders promptly filled. (Guadalupe St. . Hanta 'e. SOCIETIES. A. F. & A. M. Montezuma Lodge, No. 1, meets on the first Monday e?ening of eaoh month nt 7:30 o'clock, in the Masonic hall, in the Kahu block, Ban Francisco St. Visiting brethren are fraternally invited. W. 8. Habbouh, W. M. F. 8. Davis, Seo. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. Coronado Camp No. 8, Woodmen of the World, meets on the lirst Wednesday evening of eaoh month at 8 o'clock, in Aztlan hall, I. O.O. F. Visiting sovereigns are fraternally invited. J. B. Bbady, Consul Comdr. 1. B. Hi.oan, Clerk. The World's Fair Tests showed no baking powder to pan or so great la fan tnlng power as tho RoyaL GENTS FUENISHER LEI 0 PRESCRIPTION WORK A SPECIALTY. Mercys', Squibbs' and Wyeths' Prep arations used at the Prescrip tion Counter. DOCTORS DISAGREE. The Gentry Case Before Chief Justice Smith The Doctor Defeats the Territorial Board. The oase of the territory on the rela tion of Dr. W. D. Gentry against the New Mexico board of health, and against William R. Tipton, president, and Francis H. AtkinB, secretary, of the said board, was op for bearing before Chief Justice Smith yesterday afternoon, Messrs. Long & Fort and Veeder i Veecler appearing for Dr. Qeutry, and Mr. A. A. Jones ap peared for the board. The esse was an action of mandamns to compel the board to restore to Dr. Gentry his certificate to practioe medicine and surgery in New Mexico. It appears that in April last Dr. Gentry presented his diploma and testi monials to the president and secretary of the territorial board, and after consulta tion a temporary certificate was issued to Dr. Geutry with the explanation that his diploma was satisfactory and that a certi ficate would be issued him as soon as the new ones were received from the litho graphers. In the meantime Dr. Gentry was duly authorized to praotioe medi cine. Some time after the presentation of this certificate certain doctors in Las Ve gas filed before the territorial board a general oharge of unprofessional conduct, but tiled no speculations. Dr. lientry appealed to the doctors filing this general oharge, Messrs. Smith, Shaw, Desmarais, Marron y Alonzo, to furnish him with specifications of audi charges, mid also appealed to the president and secretary of the board to procure for him copies of the same, but such copies were not furnished. On the ltfth of June tho board met, when Judge Loug asked that a time should be fixed at an early date, when the charges could be considered and Dr. Gentry represented. This request wns deuied and the board took up his appli cation and annulled and vacated the cer tificate given to him. Under these circum stances action was brought to compel the issuance of a certificate to the doctor. Justice Smith yesterday held that the tem porary certificate granted was legal; that Dr. Gentry was entitled to a copy of the charges and specifications and to have an opportunity to answer the same, and that lie should have notice of the time and place when such charges would be considered and an opportunity to be heard, and because the board had not given him such notice or such oppor tunity the chief justice made and en tered an order in the case vacating, an nulling and making void the aotion of the board takeu Juue 1!). PERSONAL. At the Exchange: J. A. Wood, Kansas C'ityjD. L. Gilmore, Cerrillos; L. Gradi, Albuquerque. Mr. Geo. P. Brown, of Baltimore, is see' ing Santa Fe to-day under the guidance of Rev. G. A. Neeff. Mrs. Edward D. Wight, of Trinidad and Geo. Brown, of Baltimore, are regis tered at the Palace. Lawyer Summers Burkhart has gone to Peabody, Kas., to look into the affairs of the Peabody creamery, of which D. L. Sammis, late of Albuquerque, is manager. Misses Feffie and Florentina Mander- field have returned home from Philadel phia, where they have been at school for 8 year. Mrs. Manderfield met them at Las Vegas. Druggists say that their Bales of Hood's Sarsaparilla exceed those of all others. There is no substitute for flood's. Cunningham's Adventure. P. B. Ismond, who has charge of the dining room of the hotel at the Sul phurs, up in the Jemez mountains, drove down to the city this morning. He re ports that Sheriff Cunningham and party, of Santa Fe county, who are in camp near the Sulphurs, killed four bears the other day and that one, more vicious than the others and badly wounded, attacked the sheriff and came very near "doing up" his sheriffship. Mr. Ismond states that the Sulphurs are liberally patronized this summer and that Smith Sl Windsor are doing a good business. Albuquerque Citizen. ROUND ABOUT TOWN. Another drenching tain last night. The county board meets on Monday next. Splendid apricots and peaches are in the market. No Denver mail last night. Floods took out two bridges between Eapanola and Santa Fe. A Btorm on Bishop's creek sent a five- foot flood down the Rio Tesuqne yester day afternoon. The Mandolin olob put on gum boots and went out serenading a number of friends last evening. . The case of Marshall, Field & Co., et al, plaintiffs in error, vs. M. Romero ACo., et al, defendants in error, was argued before the supreme oourt this forenoon. The Madrid-Santa Fe ball game has again been postponedone week. It is now to be played on August II in Madrid, This leaves the Santa Fes without a game QttCUH FOR THE A warm shampoo with Cutlcura Soap, tnd a single application of Cutlcura (ointment), the great Skin Cure, clear the scalp and hair of crusts, scales, and dand ruff, allay itching, soothe irritation, stim ulate the hair follicles, and nourish the roots, thus producing Luxuriant Hair, with a clean, wholesome scalp. Sold throughout the world. Potter Druo ft CUBIC Cum-., Soli Proprietor., Button, U. 8. A. mm - for next Sunday. They would iileto hear from some clnb. The city board of education will dis cuss tho employment of teachers at its meeting on Monday evening next. There are 1100 kindergarten children in this town. Let their welfare be considered. It would be well for the city authorities to bore holes in the College street bridge to let out the pools of water which stay there until the sun evaporates them after each rain. As it is the bridge will soon he in very bad shape. The remains of J. D. Smith, of Perry, 0. T., who died at the Palace hotel after two woeks' residenoe here, were buried to day by the local Mnsonio fraternity. He died of consumption. His wife resides at Belleville, Kns. Ho was a member ot the Concordia, Kas., Masouio lodge. Passengers from the south say all trains were abandoned south of Albuquerque last night owing to washouts near San Maroial. A disastrous hail storm passed over the northern Albuquerque suburbs yesterday afternoon, doing much damage to gardens and fields, and in northern Bernalillo county it is said the hay and com is ruiued and great injury was done to fruits. The dance to be given by the Woman's Board of Trade for the benefit of the plaza will take place at Firemen's hall on the evening of August 8. The members of the hoard feel sure that the public who have so generously supported their efforts "in the past will not fail them now. Hav ing plaood the coping and planted the grass it still remains to keep it well in order and for this pnrpose the coming dance will be given. The price of admis sion will be 50 cents, and ice erenn and cake will be sold the entire evening. District Attorney Dougherty tells the New Mkxioan that he was present at the inquest over the bodies of the two men killed by a train at San Antonio last Friday night. He states that the men were drunk and were killed while asleep on the track. There is no foundation for the theory that they had been murdered. There will be a high requiem mass at the cathedral to-morrow morning at 8 o'clook in honor of Mrs. V. L. de Chaves. All friends of the family are requested to attend. As all the papers in the supreme court vault in the burned capitol were taken ont intaot, it is believed that the records in the two criminal cases, dismissed by the supreme oourt yesterday, were in the judges' room when the fire occurred and were thus destroyed. The United States was twice notified by the oourt that the oases would be dismissed unless the rec ords wereeither produoed or replaced, but these notices were either ignored or neg lected. Hence the action takeu by the oourt. For Nnle. Must be sacrificed at once, two valuable mining claims at San Pedro, Santa Fe county, N. M., in the New Pincers mining district, nenr the Lucky and Big Copper mines. Sixty-five feet work done on one and forty feet on the other. Both have good leads and assay well. Address D. A., this ofiioe. PICK, SHOVEL AND DRILL Mining- News of Moment Gathered from Territorial Exchanges. The big tunnel on the Queen mine at Clairmnnt haB penetrated the mountain 400 feet and the ledge will be ont in fif teen or twenty feet more. Parsons Sr. Brnhn have their mill nt White Ouks rnnning on the ore from the Rip Van Winkle which is of high grade and promises good rosnlts. Davenport brothers shipped a sample of ore to tho Bampler at Deming, recently, which ran thirty ounces in gold and 900 in silver. It came from Carlisle mine. Pretty good ore, thnt. The Maud S. mill at Mogollons continues rushing in ores from the old reliable Maud 8. mine. A considerable body of very rich ore oarrying free gold and chloride was struck a few day ago. The Ivanhoe smelter is rnnning regularly, and as an abundance of water is nssured, there is every reason to be lieve it will continue indefinitely, provid ing the roads do not become too heavy to haul the needed amounts of ore and other material. J Him Creighton is building his mill and concentrator about one and one-half miles south of Magdalena on the Cook ranch, just east of Magdalena mountains. He has an abundance of water. Piled on the dump of the Graphio mine at Kelly there is enough ore to keep a concentrator that will tarn out . 600 tons of concentrates per month running for the next five years. The ore averages from 7 to 12 per cent lead. Socorro Chieftain. Every mine nt White Oaks, except the Little Mack, whioh has ever produced ore in profitable quantities and quality, is now being worked, and when the South Homestnke mill starts up every mill here abouts will be crushing ore. White Oaks Eagle: Green & Comreys have contracted with the owners of the Elizabeth mine to make a test mill run of 150 tons of the ore from that mine. They will begin on this oontraot about the first of next week, when their mill will be in fine shape. The men who have been working for Stuppe & Pitz nt Pyramid will get their money, notwithstanding Stuppe aban doned leaving numerous debts. It has been found there is enough high grade ore extracted to pay all debts for labor. The ore is now being shipped. Lords burg Liberal. The Van smelter at Silver City has closed down, as the waters from the big flood Sunday night pnt out their fire, and completely filled their well with debris. A oarload of matte stood on the side track ready for shipment to the Deming sampler. There is no telling when mntte production will be resnined as many of the adobes of minernl were washed away. The dnmnge to the company by water is fully $2,000. Fine MoBrnyer whisky at Colorado loon. Lost Bnnciay auernoon or evening a BKmub nntnK A Bnft.nMn MHn.ll fnr ita llllrco ....Hi i. . . - --''ill" av in return to Mrs. Manderfield. ME COSTS OF THE COURTS. San Juan Index Unjustly Criticises Judge Laughlin for Furnishing Estimates for 18-Levy Suggested in Santa Fe County. The law commands the county commis sioners of the various couutieB of New Mexico to levy an annual tax for the maintonanoe of courts. For the con venience nn information of the different bonrds of commissioners of the 1st judi cial district, Judge Langhlin some time ago instructed Clerk Wyllys to make careful estimates of the court expenses in the several counties of the district for the year 189G. Basing his estimates on regular terms of twelve weeks in Santa Fe oouuty, six weeks eaoh in Taos and Rio Arriba counties and four weeks in San Juan county, and figuring the cost of holding oourt at about $150 per day, the clerk arrived at conclusions, whioh he promptly transmitted to' the several counties. The following is a copy of one of the letters he Beut out: . To t he Hoard of County Commissioners of the Uounty ot fean Juan. Santa Fe, N. M., July 19, 1895. I have been directed by the Hon. N. B. Langhlin, jndge of the district oourt, to say to yon that after a careful estimate, it will re quire the sum of $3,000 for the mainto nanoe of the district court in your county! and to request that yon make the neoessary levy for the raising of such a sum. Very respectfully, Geo, L. Wyllys, Clerk This affords the esteemed San Juan Iudex the text for an exceedingly mis leading article. The Index begins by calling the foregoing letter an "order" and follows this up with the foolish re mark that "the commissioners are or dered to place $3,000 to the credit of the court fund, and there is to be no guess work about it." The. intelligent reader will instantly perceive thnt there is not a line nor a word in the letter of Mr, Wyllys that even remotely warrants the Index in making and suoh statements respecting it. The letter is in no pos sible sense an "order." It simply con veys an important item of information for the guidance of the county commis sioners and makes a "request" that is proper in all respects. The Index proceeds to Bay further "The assessor has about completed his books and to plaoe this order into effect will necessitate considerable work on the Dart of that ofiioe, to say nothing about the extra expense to the oonnty. The people are now asking why, if audi a sum is needed for court purposes in this county during the -year 1896, did not Judge Langhlin forward his instructions to the board at least six wee'ks earlier?" This is nonsense. The assessor has no more to do with levying taxes than the editor of the Index The assessor simply prepares the assess ment rolls, and, after passing npon and equalizing the valuations of property as fixed by the assessor, the county commis sioners levy the taxes thereon. And, as to the question of lime, the Index admits thnt the assessor has only "about com pleted his books." This conclusively proves that the commissioners oould not have levied the tax suggested by Judge Laughlin before this, even if he had "for warded his instructions to the board at least six weeks earlier." Mr. Wyllys sent to the commissioners of this county a letter preoisely like that sent to San Juan county, accept that the amount suggested is $12,600, or $150 per day lor twelve weens or seven days each This amount will doubtless be levied here, as the people of this oounty feel the need of courts, and have no disposition to find fault with the judge for telling them at the proper time how much they will prob ably cost. NlierllTs Male. The Singer Mfg. Co. vs. Nicolas R Beckwith, Heleu B. Martin and Anastaoio Barela. By virtue of an execution di rected to me and issued to me out of the district oourt of the third judicinl dis trict of the territory of New Mexico in and for the county of Dona Ana, at the March term, dated the 17th day of April, A. D. 1895, against Nicolas R. Beckwith, Helen B. Martin and Anastaoio Barela, for the sum of one hundred and seventy- nine dollars and twenty-six cents dam ages, and tlnrty-one dollars and eighty-seven cants costs of suit and in favor of the Singer Mfg. Co., and also for costs of serving this execu tion and all other costs that may accrue, I have levied npon and taken iuto pos session the following described property to-wit: One house and lot situated in the coun ty of Santa Fe, the city of Santa Fe, ter ritory of New Mexico, on lower San Fran cisco street known as the E. A. Stanb, R, Lopez, M. N. Fstos property, opposite Joe Heron's store, all right, title and in terest of Helen B. Martin or either of the above named defendants may have in said property. I will offer for sale and will sell at pnblio auction to the highest bidder for onsh in the oity of Santa Fe and the oounty ot Santa Fe,in the terri tory of New Mexico at the front door of the oourt house in the above named city Said sale shall commenoe at the hour of 10 a. m. Friday, August the 2nd, A. D. 1895, Given under my hand, this, the 2nd day of July, 1895. William P. Cunninoham, Sheriff of Santa Fe County, By Tnos. H. Tdoxeb, Deputy Milk Fnnoh 10 ots a glass at the Colo rado saloon. THE PECOS? N OTICE to tourists. In regard to transportation from Glorieta to the Upper Peoos River, address J. W. Harrison, Clorleta, N. M. John MoCullough Havana olgars at Colorado saloon. FLAT-OPENING BLANK BOOKS Being satisfied that if you have once used a flat-opening book, you will al ways use them, and in order to get you to try one the New Mexican Printing Co. of Santa Fe, will sell you HAND-MADE BLANK BOOKS, bound in full leather, with patent FLAT-OPENING STUBS, with your name and the number, or letter, of the book on the back in gilt letters, at the following low prices: ft Or. (400 imtcf-N) f'UNh Book Dff.ftO r.(4NO ' S Journal IMH 7 Hr. (SOU " ) Ij)Mler - 7.50 They are made with pages 10x16 inches, of a good ledger paper with round cornered covers. The books are made in our bindery and we guar antee every one of them. A- C. IRELAND, Jr., Prop. Notice of Sheriff's Sale. By virtue of an exeoution issued out of the district court of Santa Fe oounty, territory of New Mexico, dated the 19th day of June, A. D. 1895, in a certain no tion wherein Michael Harold, as plaintiff, recovered judgment against the Irrigation and Hydraulic Mining company, defend ant, for the sum of $38,037.12 and oosts of suit taken nt $21.70, on the 13th day of June, A. D. 1895. I hnve levied upon the ' following de scribed property, to-wit: One boiler, 1 engine oomplete, 1 wheel barrow, 1 21-ft 4-in stem, 1 temper sorew, 2 sets of jaws, 1 12-ft sinker bar, 1 6-ft sinker bar, 1 wing rope sooket, 1 expan sive reamer, 1 horn socket for 8-in hole, 1 slip socket for 7-in hole, 1 8-ft Mornn pump, 1 12-ft spiral boiler, 1 orowbar, 1 circle, 2 wrench bars, 1 set tool wrenches, 1 anvil, 1 bellows, 1 7 pound sledge, 3 gauges for bitts, 1 B. b. vise, 1 rope knife and jnrs for same, 1 grind-stone and frame, 3 derrick lamps, 1 60-gal oil tank, 1 donkey pump, I drill preBs, 1 rnbber belt, 1 small water tank.l heavy wagon, 1 Btove, 1 set wooden damps for casing, 30 pieces 1-in pipe, 1 piece drilling machine, 200 ft drilling cable, 200 ft sandline, 125 ft wire cable, 300 ft Boft laid uianilla rope, 16 pieces lo in casing, 21 pieces 6-in oR'siqg, 98 pieces 8-in casing, 1 triple biook wood, I single block wood, 1 small rub ber belt, 27 pieces 7j-in onsing. Notioe is hereby given that on Satur day, the tenth day of August, 1895, at ten o'olock a. m of that day, in front of the postoffioe, nt the town of Golden, in the county of Santa re, New Mexioo, l will Bell all the right, title and interest of said Irrigation and Hydraulio Mining com pany, the defendant, in and to the above described property at publio auction, for oash, to the highest and best bidder, to satisfy Bald execution and all costs. W. F. Cunningham, Sheriff, By Thos. H. Tucker, Deputy. Dated at Santn Fe, N. M., July 10,4895, Notice or Sheriff's Male. District oourt of Bernalillo county. John Irwin vs. I. N. Stone, . B. Ames and W. C. Rogers. By virtue of au execution directed to me and issued out of the district oourt of the 2d judioial distriot of the territory of New Mexioo, in and for the county of Bernalillo, nt the February term, dated June 21, 1895, against I. N. Stone, E. B, Ames and W. C. Rogers for the sum of two hundred and ninety-three dollars and nineteen cents damages, and six dollars and ten cents costs of suit and in favor of John Irwin and also for the oosts of serving thiB execution and all other ooBts which may accrue, 1 have levied upon ana taken iuto possession the following de scribed property, to wit: One pine lumber house and lot situated in the town of Cerrillos, on sonth side of the Rio Galisteo, in the county of Santa Fe, territory of New . Mexico, number of lot not known; also one adobe house with six rooms and two lots, lots No. 86 and 87, situated on the south side of the Rio Galisteo, in the town of Cerrillos, Santa Fe oonnty, territory of New Mexioo; also one adobe house with eight rooms and three lots, Nob. 1, 2 and 3, in north Nes bitt addition, on the south side of the Rio Galisteo, iu the town of Cerrillos, county of Santa Fe, territory of New Mexioo. All the above property is known as the Ames and Gould property. All right, title and interest of E. B. Ames or either of the above nnmed defendants have in said property I will offer for sale and will sell nt publio auotion to the highest bidder for cash, in the town of Cerrillos, and county of Santa Fe, in the territory of New Mexico, at the front door of the poBtoflice of the said town, said sale shall commence at the hour of 10 o'clock on Friday, August 9, 1895, and continue until sundown same day. Given under my hand this, the 9th day r t,- k ti lour oi uuiy, a. u. io;fo. W. P. CtJNNiNonAu, Sheriff. By Thomas H. Tuokeb, Deputy. Items of Interest Uy The Wabash M mi. Bulletin No. 6. The state of Colorado has at present about 66,800,000 aores of pnblio lands. From Kansns City to St. Louis by the Wabash, the distance is 277 miles, Toledo 662 miles, New York 1137, Boston 1489 miles. Of vacant publio lands in Colorado there are 40,851,000 acres. The Wabash is the populnr line east for its free chair cars, excellent meals at low price, nr.d its direct connections in Union passenger stations. The United Stnt.es nntional debt is at present $915,962,112, or $14.62 per capita. The per capita indebtedness in France is $116; in Hnglnnd $87; in Dutoh East India 64 cents. Any truthful ticket agent, lawyer or newspaper man will tell you that the Wabash is the best and cheapest line east. Lookout for bulletin No. 7. 0. M. Hampbon, Oommeroinl Agent. The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. Miss Gulliford will, when her private elusses reassemble in Seotember. also open a kindergarten on the most modern and approved principles, assisted by another thoroughly trained teacher. DAVID LOWITZKI, BXADQUABTSBS FOB FURNITURE, NEW AND SECOND HAND AT BED-ROOK PBI0ES The highest prioes paid for seoond hand goods. Your furniture will be taken, overhauled and repaired and sold on small commission. Give him a oall hefore bnying new or auction ing off your old household goods. HOTEL. J. T. FOftSHA, Prop. Dp n.K Located fa the Best ICI llflVi " portion f city, " uuji h.k. corner of Plaaa Special rates by the week or month for table board, with or without room. S. SPITZ, The SA2-JTA FE. zsr. im:. A. STAAB, IMPORTER AHD JOBBER, Oldest and Largest Establishment in Southwest. Wholesale Dealer in Groceries, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hardware. Km THE AGE SAINT A FE, N. P.I. THE ONLY FIRST CLASS HOTEL IN THE CITY. RENOVATED THROUGHOUT. terms, from $8.00 to $4.00 per Day. Speoial Bates to Persons or Parties . by the Week or Month. HERMAN CLATJSSEN, Prop. CAKRN ANI I'AMTRY 1HADR TOOKIIKK. Kin A DA If COW H. B. CART WRIGHT & BRO DEALERS IN Imported and Domestic R'.ERI PRODUCE, FRESH FRUITS AMD VEGETABLES. Our Confeotions - All principal lines being bought direct from manufacturers in carload lots, we are enabled to make the lowest prices to close buyers. POTATOES AND FLOUR SPECIALTIES EXCLUSIVE AGENTS IN SANTA FE FOR Oliver & Imboden Company, Patent Imperial Plour. Mosca Milling & Elevator Company, Homestead and Jewel Flour. '. J. W. Brown & Co., Sew Drop Brand Canned Fruit, Pish and Vegetables. Chase ft Sanborn, Fine Coffees and Teas. BSTGoods for campers and out of town customers carefully packed without extra charge. Mail orders solicited. TELEPHONE NO- 4. Jeweller. Our time record is a winner because it is always right. It is a ruuuing reoord, too, and quite riht up to date. It is hardly worth while to have tho time at all if you can't have it correct. Our watohes are of the best time-keepers in the world, comprising a full line of the most popu lar American, English and Swiss watohes now made. No matter what is wanted in ladies', men's, boys' or misses' watohes, in gold or silver oasis, we oun supply them at any price. Every figure we quote is a record breaker. Come and see for your self. New Mexico HOTEL, are Always Fresh. 8AT18PACTI0X GUARANTEED In every instance or your money will be cheerfully refunded.