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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 7. Notice Is heroby frivon thnt orders given by employes upon the Nkw Mkxzoan Priiit-liiR Co., will not be honored unless previously endorsed by the business manager. Notice. Requests for back numbers of the New Mexican, must state date wanted, or they will receive no attention. Artvei'tisins Kates. Wanted One cent a word each Insertion. Local Ten cents per line each Insertion. Heading Local Preferred position Twenty-live touts per line each insertion. Displayed Two dollars an inch, single column, per month in Daily. One dollar an inch, sinsrlo column, in either English or .Spanish Weekly, Additional prices nnd particulars given on receipt of copy of matter to be inserted. Prices vary uccording to amount of matter, length of time to run, position, number of changes, etc. One copy only of each paper in which an ad. appears w ill be sent free. Wood base electros not accepted. No display advertisements accepted for less tiiAU $1 net. per mouth. No reduction In price made for "every other dav" advertisements. METEROLOGICAL. P. S. DBPAHTMRNT OT A.QKIOUT.TUXS, Wlll'UlU UlIKEAII Ufvicb of Ohshhvkr J Santa Fe, August 13. 1895, H B'?S S O S5' "aJSSS f-2. ' 2- E Co g?5B Ss; s. -s go Jo -iJ'a-JSg 5.3 - tf o- JfCff? J? 5 5 s a i a i . 2 J 6:0ila. to. 2:1 47 fill 60 NE 1 (ioar 6 :0p. m. 2:i H,s 7U 40 i SE 6 iC'hly Maximum Temperature Minimum Temnerature Total PreeiDitatiou 0. H. B. Hbhsry. Observer. SIMMONS TT3 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 conies quick and sure, and one feels new ail over. It never fails. Everybody needs take'a liver remedy, ar.rl everyone should take only Bim inon3 Liver Regulator. Be sure you get it. The Bed t; in on the wrapper. J . H. Zeilia S C'Jo Philadelphia. Mottling .finite to Order Sol. Spiegelberg, GENTS' FPISIE AND CLOTHIER. Carry a fall unil select line of II ATH, CAPN, rMV!34, otrM and every thing found in a iirst-class establish ment. Henry KM- SOLI AGENT JOB LEIPS'ST. LOUIS BEER. The trade supplied from one bot tle to a carload. Mail orders promptly filled, fjiuadalupe Ht. - Manta . SOCIETIES. A. F. & A. M. Montezuma Lodge, No. 1, meets on the first Monday evening of eaoh month at 7:30 o'clock, in the Masonio hall, in the Kahn block, San Francisco St. Visiting brethren are fraternally invited. W. 8. Habbodn, W. M. F. 8. Davis, See WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. Coronado Camp No. 3, Woodmen of the World, meets on the first Wednesday evening of each month at 8 o'clook, in Aztlan hall, 1. 0.0. F. Viiiting sovereigns re fraternally invited. J. B. Bbadt, Consul Com dr. J. B. Si.oan, Clerk. regulator7 -PRESCRIPTION WORK A SPECIALTY.- Mercks', Squibbs' and V)'cth, Prep arations used at the Prescrip tion Counter. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Important Resolution Adopted ou Sub ject of Validity of Railroad Bonds No More Payments Will lie Made or Taxes Levied on that Account Routine Business. As previonsly announced in these col umns, the board of ooanty commissioners met at 2 o'olock on Monday afternoon and has since been in session. Chairman, Dad row, Commissioners Rogers and Lu jan, and Clerk Hill are present. Mr. E. A. Fiske appeared before the board and asked that the assessed valua tion of the property of E. D. Franz be reduced from $16,625 to $t,000. The board reduced the amount to $12,000. Mr. A. B. Renehan appeared before the board and petitioned for a reduction of J. B. Lamy's assessment from $28,700 to $15,200. The petition was taken under advisement. The following important resolution was adopted: Whereas, There are now outstanding bonds of the oonnty of Santa Fe of the issue of 1891, in exchange tor bonds orig inally issued in aid of the construction of the New Mexico fc Southern Pacific rail road, Nos. 1 to 262. inclusive, of $1,000 each, amounting to $262,000; and also bonds of the issue of 1832, Nos. 328 to 4'J9 inclusive, of $1,000 each, amounting to $172,000, and Nos. 500, 501 and 502 of $100 eaoh, amounting to $300, and Nos. 503 to 507 inclusive, of $1,0(10 eacn, amounting to $5,000, and Nos. 508 to 520 nclusive, of 100 each, amounting to $1,300, issued in exchange for bonds and unpaid coupons originally issued in aid of the oonstrnotion of the Texas, Santa Fe & Northern railroad; and Whereas, It was held by the supreme court of the United States in a similar case, to wit : .Lewis vs. Pima county, A. T., that counties in the territories can only incur suoh debts or obligations ns shall be necessary to the administration of their internal affairs, and that bonds issued by such counties in aid of railroad construction were not debts incurred in the administration of their internal af fairs; therefore be it Resolved, That the treasurer of the county of Santa Fe bo nnd he is hereby instructed not to pay henceforth any in terest coupons for or ou account of any of the above named bonds, and to hold all moneys now in his hands to the credit of interest fund on said above named bonds, and all moneys thnt shall come into his hands henceforth to the credit of said interest fund, until the question Bhall receive final judioial determination; and be it further Resolved, That no tax levies be now or henceforth made by this board to meet the accruing interest on any of said above named bonds. The following bills were allowed Water it Improvement company, $371.61; A. P. Hill, clerk. $U.5(); W. P. Cunning ham, sheriff, $361.60; Patrooino Lopez, janitor, $10; T. H. Tucker, deputy sheriff, $30.50. Exemptions of $200 eaoh were allowed on the assessment returns of Josepha Baca and Librado Quintana. The tax return of Fernando Delgado was reduced to $250 for the year 1895, and that of Jose Herrera was reduced to Mr. B. M. Read appeared before the board and asked that Francisca Griego de Rodenguez be allowed an exemption of $200 for the years 1893 and 1891. The petition was granted. Luoiano Garcia was allowed an ex emption of $200 for 1893. Petitions for the appointment of James Carnthers, Jose Dolores Garcia and Fa oundo Pino, as sheep inspector of Santa Fe county, were received. Mr. Lujan moved that Facundo Pino be appointed as sheep inspector, but, as the motion was not seoonded, the matter was deferred until the next meeting. The board has under consideration this afternoon the subject of the tax levy for 1896 and after that is disposed of will ad journ. ROUND ABOUT TOWN. The regular monthly meeting of the Woodmen will be held thie evening. Regular meeting of Carleton post, G. A. R., at 8 p. m. sharp, at Grand Army hall, near the capitol grounds. Visiting comrades cordially invited. Mr. J. W. Bowden has sold his interest in the Champion livery stable to his partner, A. K. Letton, and the latter has moved the stock of the late firm back to Raton. Mr. R. M. Foree has settled in Denver and assumed the management of the Columbia hotel. He invites his New Mexico friends to call and see him. In the supreme court to-day the caso of the United States of America, appellee, vs. Daniel de Oaroia, appellant, was placed at the foot of the docket. No other caBes were disposed of up to 1 p. m. A dance will be given by the Santa Fe base ball club, on Saturday night, at Fire men's hall. The proceeds are to be used to bring outside olubs to our city. Prof. Perez will famish the mnsio. Miss Trinidad Cordova, daughter of Jose Vicente Cordova, and Mr. Toman Gonzales, son of one of Rio Arriba's most prominent citizens, are to be married at Abiquiu on August 16. I NTH EWORLD OF BEAUTY IS SUPREME Not only is It the most effective skin purl lyina; and beautifying snap in the world, but It li the purest, sweetest, and most refreshing lor toilet, bath, and nurserv. It strikes at the cause of bad complexions', falling hair, and simple baby blemishes, viz.: the Clogged, 1NFL AM ED, O V EKWOKK El, or SLUGOISB PORB. JSS!l!hru"',nl" .,h" wm "r"1 IKi HnrMllT, routs Ducat limn, four., Boston. USA. The New Mexico board of equalization will probably conclude its labors this evei.iug. A full report of its transactions will appear in these columns to-morrow. Many Santa Fe residents are now ship ping to their friends in various parts of the country gifts in the shape of ten pound basketB of choice peaches, apples, apricots, etc. It is a good way to make known the productive nature of the Santa Fe valley. Word from Iios Lunas is to the effect that Sheriff Max Luna, of Valencia coun ty, and Miss Keyes were united in mar riage on Monday last. The bride who is Bpoken of ns a very pretty nnd accom plished young woman, is the daughter of Capt. Keyes, U. S.army, formerly stationed at Fort Wingate. The postofiloe department has issued a new money order form which will be need by all offices as soon as the old supply is exhausted. The form will be about the size of a bank note, instead of the large one now in use. There will be no change in the method of indicating the amount, nud the numbers will be continued con secutively with the old forms. A prophet is said not to be without honor save in his own land. The superior merits of Santa Fe fruits seem to be more highly appreciated at Denver and El Paso and intermediate points than right here at home, where they may be had in their greatest perfection, and strange as it may appear inferior frnitB are almost daily shipped in from the out side and offered for sale here. Santa Feans should make it a point to demand Santa Fe fruit when they visit tho local markets. Little Minon LeBrun was severely bit ten by a ferooions clog, while playing in the street near her home, on npprr Palace avenue, last evening. The animal ran from tho door yard of a house near the brewery and inflicted a wound two inches long on the child's leg. Dr. Crossou was immediately called and under his treat ment the little one is getting along very well. The dog is supposed to belong to a family named Martinez. A police of ficer was sent to dispatch the dog, bnt its owner had spirited it away or concealed it about the premises. PERSONAL. C. B. Dixson has gone to Durango and opened a club house. Messrs." A. A, Jones, J. D. W. Veeder and I. H. Rapp left this morning for Las Vegas. Mr. O. N. Marron, the popular olerk of Judge Collier's district, is up from Albu querque. Ex-Snperintondent of "Schools U. T. Curran is now on a visit to Sandusky, Ohio. Mrs. L. Baer and Mrs. L. Ilfeld left this morning for a visit among friends at Las Vegns and the springs. Mr. Reyes Gonzales, one of Rio Arri ba's moBt prosperous wool growers, is visiting Santa Fe friends. John Morrison has gone to Springer ville, A. T., to drive to the Santa Fe mar ket 200 head of fat cattle. Mr. Leonard Skinner, of the Sandias, in charge of the Alex Rogers estate, is in town on probate oourt business. At the Exchange: S. H. Wiley, 8. Davis, Galisteo;Ed Hartman and wife, Espanola; Leonard Skinner, San Antonito. Mr. C. A. Biggs, who is doing so much to develop the lumber industry in Rio Arriba county, is here to-day from Chanm Capt. Sylvester Davis is up from Galis- teo to-day. It's worth a silver dollar to hear him talk of the prosperity of that region. Hon. C. W. Sutherliu, judge of the Louisinna court of appeals, is here from Mansfield, La., on a visit to his brother, Mr. J. H. Suthbrlin. Jndge Sutherlin is accompanied by his wife and expects to make e. tour of the entire west.. Mr. Pels, of Denver, president of the United States Freehold Land t Immi gration company, was in town this week looking over mines and prospects. La Belle Cresset. Mr. Jim Curry, little Jim, Mrs. Curry and Miss Janey MoKinney left Espanola yesterday for a trip over the Baldy range to the Rio Pecos. They carry a four weeks' supply of "bait" and have a guide who knows every inoh of the country. Hon. VV. S. Hopewell, whose manly brain and brawn are doing so much for the development of Sierra ooanty and vicinity, was a welcome oallet at the New Mexican office yesterday afternoon. He left last night for his home at Hillsboro. Mariano S. Salazar, one of the efficient Examiner force, is now an entirely happy man, his wife and children having arrived from Santa Feand hereafter will be num bered among Las Vegas' permanent fam ilies. Las Vegas Examiner. At the Falaoe: C. A. Biggs, Chama; T. E. Peters, Bonito; H. J. Billbrough, St. Louis; O. N. Marron, Albuquerque; Ralph Granger wife and child, S. G. Hastings and wife, Dora Hastings, National City, Cal.; D. T. White, Las Vegas. New Commission House. Messrs. Frank Andrews and J. W. Bowden, under the firm name of Andrews & Bowden, have opened a general com mission house in the commodious briok building on Don Caspar avenue lately occupied by the Champion livery outfit. The new firm will make a specialty of handling Santa Fe fruits and vegetables, paying spot cash for same, and then neatly packing and shipping such pro ducts to market. The New Mexican has often oailed attention to the need of such a firm here and is very much pleased that the right men have finally undertaken the bUBineFS. They should reoeive from the start the encourngenient and co opera tion of all who are interested in frnit and vegetable culture. Both gentlemen are so well and favorably known in this com munity that they need no introduction or commendation. Read their advertise ment elsewhere. PR0MISES0F PLENTY. Crop Reports from All Parts of New Mexico Continue Favorable Growth of Fruits, Cereals and Grasses Stimulated by Splendid Rains Cattle Rolling Fat. U. S. Depabtment of Aohioultude, Weather Bureau, Santa Fe, N. M., Aug. 6, 1895. The temperature for the week has aver aged slightly oooler than normal while the precipitation was about normal and quite evenly distributed. The maximum temperature reported during the week was 98 degrees in the ex treme southern portion and the minimum 18 degrees in the northern section. In some sections hay and alfalfa were damaged by excessive rainfall, while in others the weather has been exceptionally fine for curing and harvesting the crops. Large quantities of fruit, such as pears, apples, plums, apricots, berries, etc., are being placed on sale and shipped out. . Whe.t, oats and barley were slightly damaged in some seotions, but in general all cereals have made steady advance ment. The ranges and range cattle oontinne in prime condition, and taken as a whole, the week has been all that could be de sired, , , The following extracts taken from re ports reoeived nt this office are of inter est: Albuquerque. M. Ousters. The maxi mum temperature for the week was 91 degrees and the minimum 60 degrees. A couple of Bhowers daring the week were benehoial to all crops. Alma. Wm. Frenoh. Splendid rains during all the week, and the grass on the ranges well started. Some heavy thunder storms occurred near here, causing floods in the creeks, bnt here the rainfall was nice and steady. Some hay was spoiled and the whole second cutting of alfalfa was somewhat damaged, but the rains are an incalculable blessing to these parts. -Aztec Prof. H. H. Griffin. A major ity of the days have been partly cloudy, and threatening rain, althongh but little has fallen. Second cutting of alfalfa has commenoed. Large quantities of early apples are being shipped to market. Bernalillo. Brother Gabriel. On the 30th we had heavy thunder and lightning, followed by two hours of rain. Fruit, grains, alfalfa and grass are doing ex ceedingly well far better than past years. The maximum temperature dur ing July In this section was 95 degrees and minimum 53 degrees. Ciruela. A. M. Hollenbeok. Another week of cloudy weather and quite a little rain. The water supply upon the ranges is now abundant, and the lakes have not had as mach water in them for years. Onts will be ready to cut in a few days. Plums and early apples are ripening. Stock is doing fine. Engle. E. J. Westervelt. The week has been oool and pleasant, light showers fell, doing good to all vegetation. The highest temperature was 95 degrees and the minimum 61 degress. Gila. Chaa. H. Lyons. Nice showers on the 30th and 31st which were badly needed and will do much good. Up to this time the rainy season has missed this part entirely, but there has been plenty of rain to the east and south of ns. Cattle are looking quite bad, but crops are doing nioely. m Las Cruces. New Mexico Agricultural College. During the greater part of the week the weather has been clear, warm and humid. Plants have made a good growth and some are maturing rapidly. Grapes are beginning to appear upon the markets. Las Vegas. Dr. F. H. Atkins. All crops have continued growth satisfactor ily, with no detrimental circumstances whatever. It has been a moist week, we having had 1.12 inches of rainfall. Los Alamos. Wm. Frank. Crops of all Kinds are doing well and if not dam aged by hail before harvesting, the yield will be the largest in ten years. The second crop of alfalfa is being out; the first crop suffered greatly from too much rain. Lower Penasoo. Hennig von Bosse. Plenty of rain, in fact, too much. The soil is too wet to be worked. Alfalfa is in bloom and corn doing fine. Apples and peaches are ripe in this vicinity. Ranges could not be better and stock is fat. Oats and barley were damaged. Corn is tasseling and silking. Ooate. E. M. Cosner. Everything progressing favorably exoepting corn, which is considerably damaged by ex cessive rains ana cool, cloudy weather. Haying on the high prairies will soon be gin, where a bountiful supply exists. Raton. P. H. Smith. The weather for the past week has boen exceptionally fine for curing the hay crop, which is in pro gress generally. Keports of farmers from many parts of northern Colfax county agree in speaking of the excellent crops and the beauty of the landscape. As to products or weather there ii no complaint. itanoues ot raos. A. Uusdorf. Weath er continues wet; wheat growing verv rank and is lodging some, but the grain having mostly well formed, there is but little danger of rust; few fields have some rust. Fruit, corn and oats are doing fine. in many ot trie news wheat and oats are six and seven feet high and headed ip proportion, in faot all bottom lands are producing in this shape, and I send yon a few sample heads, which are about an average. Rinoon. C. H. Raitt. On ncoonnt of the continued wet weather much of the grain is in bad condition and not yet il L.,. .1, . . .. . " inresnea; otnerwise tne orops are in good shape, and the tangeg still continue in splendid oondition for stook. Roswell. Soott Truxton. The past week has been one of general rains, in deed the entire ( month has been remark able in that respect, 1.45 inohee being the total rainfall. 'All streams, reservoirs and dams are full to the top. Vegetation rank and running up at rapid rate. No damage, however, baa been done. Range in exoellent obndition and oattle and sheep fine. All fruits are being rapidly maraecea. Santa Fe. U. S. Weather Bureau. In the markets, apples, pears, aprioots, plums, raspberries and blackberries are plentiful, and the few peaohes obtainable are remarkable for their fine flavor. This year's yield of applee will exceed all previous years. An abundant supply of the prolific wild red raspberry is obtain able at a price less than heretofore. Corn, wheat and oats are advancing rapidly and the yield will he above the average. Watrous. Dr. E. J. Pring. Crops are looking well and a large amonnt of water is running to waste in the river. Three fourths of an inoh of rain on the 2d and 3d. During the preceding week we had 3.60 inches of rain, with more or less bail, which did some damage. Winsor's Ranch. H. D. Winsor. The past week has been very wet, small show ers occurring nearly every day. Crops of all kinds have made an excellent growth. Range and range oattle are In splendid oondition. j A- C. IRELAND, Jr., Prop. Postponed I'ntll Monday. The re-argument of the motion for a writ of habeas corpus in behalf of James Addison Peralta-Reavis, before the su preme oourt, was postponed late yester day afternoon until next Monday morn ing at 10 o'olook. The postponement was granted at the request of the United States in order that Hon. Matt G. Rey nolds, attorney of the oourt of private land olaims, now on his way to Santa Fe from the east, might have an opportunity to be heard. CRIMINAL ROUND-UP. Mysterious Sfurder Near Separ A Barelas Shooter Jailed A Con fessed Mail Robber. Advices from Anthony, Dona Ana oonn ty, say that J. F. Gahagan, of that place, has been notified of the finding of the body of his brother-in-law, A. J. Smith, near Separ, Grant oounty. A.J.Smith lived at Dunoan, A. T., but had taken his wife, who Ib in delicate health, to her brother's ranch at Anthony. Last week Smith left Anthony in his wagon to make the trip overland to Dunoan, intending to stop at Doming to purchase goods Smith had been dead several days when his body was found. An axe was need to commit the murder. . Mr. Gahagan has gone to investigate the affair A KLILEB IN JAIL. Simon Barels, who murdered Freoopio Martine last October in Barelas during a dance in the house of a man named Sanchez, was delivered to the Bernalillo oounty jail yesterday, he having been captured by sheriff Romero, of Han Miguel oounty, about twenty-five miles south of Las Vegas. Donaoiano Chaves secured information from a oonviot in the territorial penitentiary as to the mur derer's whereabouts and acting upon this information Sheriff Romero snooeeded iu readily locating him. MAIL B0BBEB CONFESSES. For some time past a systematic rob bery of the mails in Union oounty has been going on. Inspector Fredericks located the thief by deooy letters and yes terday he arrested Bonifaoio Garoia, as sistant postmaster at Louis, and took him to Clayton jail. He confessed and was held to the grand jury in bond of $700. How much he got is not stated Eating FreHli Fruit. Fruit skins oarry germs and are no more intended for human sustenanoe than potato skins, melon rinds or pea pods, The bloom of the peach is a luxuriant growth of miorobes, that of grapes only less bo, and when these skins are taken into the stomach they find more favor able conditions for their very rapid de velopment whiab oause the deoay of the fruit before it is possible to digest it. This is the reason, says an exchange, that many persons think they can not eat raw fruit. If they would in all oases disoard the skin they could derive only good from the fruit itself. Nature provides the skin for the protection of the frnit from the multitude of germs whioh are over-ready to attack it, as is evinoed when the skin is braised or broken in any way. The miorobes at once begin their work of deoay and the fruit is unfit for food Children are ohief offenders in respeot to thiatule and should be oarefully watohed and frequently cautioned. The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. v i Notice. Notioe is hereby given that the partner ship existing between A. K. Letton and J. W. Bowdeu as the firm of Letton A Bow den, Champion Livery Stable, is this day dissolved. All accounts will be paid and collected by J. w. Bowden. Letton it Bowden, Champion Livery Stable. Santa Fe, N. 11., Aug. 6, 1895. Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given that the firm of Wagner & Haffner has been dissolved by mutual oonsent, Mr. Wagner buying oat his partner's interest. He pays all debts of the old firm and oolleots allacoounts. Chas. Waonkb, L. HAFf NEB. Fine MoBrayer whisky at Colorado sa. loon. For Male. Mast be sacrificed at once, two valuable mining olaims at San Pedro, Santa Fe county, N. M., in the New Plaoers mining distriot, near the Lneky and Big Copper mines. Sixty-five feet work done on one and forty feet on the other. Both have good lends and assay well. Address D. A,, tbiB office. Milk Punoh 10 ots a glass at the Colo rado saloon. THE PECOS? OTICE to tourists. In regard to , transportation from Glorieta to the Upper Pecos River, address J. W. Harrison, Glorieta, N. M. John MoOullough Havana olgirs at uoiorauo saioon. DAVID LOWITZKI, HKADQUABTBBB OB FURNITURE, NEW AND SECOND HAND AT BED-BOOK PRICES The highest prioes paid for second hand goods. Your furniture will be taken, overhauled and repaired and sold on small commission. Give him a oall before buying new or auction ing off yonr old household goods. , J. T. FORSHA, Prop. HU Per Oaf. Located In the Nam. nexKK portion nt city. r vi rnu Special rate by the week or montb fcr table board, with or without room. EXCHANGE HOTEL S. SPITZ, The S-A-lsTT-A. PB. UST- 2sA. HA ' OtWCIJT IMPORTER AND JOBBER Oldest and Largest Establishment in Southwest. "Wholesale Dealer in Groceries, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, Dry Q-oods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes Santa Fe F. ANDREWS. MAYA FRUIT! ANDREWS Dealer and Shipper out OF TOWN SANTA CAKES ANII PASTRY MA OK TO liiii Mf A DAIfCDV imv. f onti.nii H. B. CART WRIGHT & BRO dealers in Imported and Domestic PRODUCE, FRE8H FRUITO AMD VEGETABLES. Our Confections are Always Fresh. All principal lines being bought direct from manufacturer in carload lota, we are enabled to make the lowest prices to close buyers. POTATOES AND FLOUR SPECI ALTIE S EXCLUSIVE AGENTS IN SANTA Oliver & Imboden Company, Patent Imperial Flour. Mosca Milling ft Elevator Company, Homestead and Jewel Flour. J. W. Brown Co., Dew Drop Brand Canned Fruit, Fish and Vegetabl er. Chase ft Sanborn, Fine Coffees and Teas. tTOoods for campers and out of town customers carefully packed wttnout extra cnarge. mau TELEPHONE NO- 4. Jeweller, Notice oar great stook of optioal goods. It is well to know how much science has provided to aid and btrengthen the sight, as it shows you to what extent year owa stock of vision can be enlarged and im proved. The eyes are never to be trifled with, as an injury to the sight may easily become irreparable. There is hardly any defect in vision whioh glasses will not correct, and there is no glass in the world that we can not Bupply. Just what glass your sight requires we can determine npon examination. Our examinations are free and our prioes the lowest in town. and Hardware. New Mexico J. W. BOWDEN. F Finest in the World. & BOWDEN, Mm FRUITS, VEGETABLES & PRODUCE. FE, N. M. ORDKK. VE FOB- oraers soiicitea. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED In every instance or your money will be cheerfully re . funded. .