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SUNBEAMS.
The young man rose to give the girl a
eat,
She was a maiden tall, and fair to see,
Who, as Bhn smiled a smile as hone; sweet,
WaB thrown upon another yonng man's
knee.
Then strode away in rage the first yonng
man,
Jumped from the moving oar with load
kerplunk.
And 't were a most profane and foolish
plan
To try to think the thonghts that yonng
man thunk.
Mrs. W. B. Meek, who resides at Camp
tonville, Oal., says her daughter was for
several years troubled at times with se
vere cramps in the stomach, and would
be in such agony that it was necessary to
call in a physician. Having read abont
Chamberlain's Colio, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy Bbe oonoladetl to try it.
She fonnd that it always gave prompt re
lief. It was seldom necessary to give the
second dose. "It has not only saved ns
lots of worry and time," she says, "but
also doctor bill. It is my opinion that
every family should have a bottle of this
remedy in the house." For sale by Ire
land's Pharmacy
Miss Lily nestles familiarly on the lap
of a young gentleman who has been pay
ing his addresses to her big sister all
through the spri ngtime of this year. Tell,
me, sir, are you well off f Yes, my little
pet. Are you very well off? Why, what
difference can it make to you whether I
am rich or notf You see my big sister
said yesterday that She would give twenty
francs to know if you were well off, and
I should like to earn the money.
Sore throat. Any ordinary case may
be cured in one night by applying Cham
berlain's Pain Balm as direoted with eaoh
bottle. This medicine is also famous for
its cnres of rheumatism, lame baok end
deop-seated and muscular pains. For
salo by Ireland's Pharmacy.
Why, shouted the impassioned British
orator, why is it that the wife of the far
mer lacks the happy, contented look to
be fonnd on the faces of the bare-headed
peasant women of the Continent? Be
cause, said the man near the door, be
cause the bareheaded peasant woman
does not have to worry all the time abont
her hat being on straight.
The U. S. Gov't Reports i
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to all others.
Funkina ripe,
Figt feet steamicg';
Pickled trip
Nightmare dreamin'.
Notice.
To all whom it may concern:
Take notice that I, John W. Harrison,
of Glorieta, New Mexioo, intend on the
first day of December, 1895, to make ap
plication to the honorable seoretary of
the interior department for permission
under the provisions of the act of Maroh
S, 1891, and of the act of February 13,
1893, to out the pine and spruce timber
upon the following described publio land
to-wit:
East half of the northwest quarter (e.
Yi n. w. and northeast quarter (n.e.
I4) of section six (6); west half of the
northwest quarter (w. of the n. w.
seotion five (S), township sixteen (16)
north, range twelve (12) east; and seotion
thirty-one (31) and west half southwest
quarter (w. w 34) section thirty-two
(32), township seventeen (17) north, range
twelve (12) east of the principal New
Mexico meridian.
Such land being situated in San Miguel
county, New Mexico, and within the Santa
Fe, New Mexioo, land distrist.
(Signed) John W. Habbibon,
Glorieta, New Mexico.
De Witt's Sarsaparilla is prepared for
cleansing the blood. It builds up and
strengthens constitutions impaired by
disease. Newton's drng storet
He (at 11 p. m.) Well, misery loves
company, you know.
She (repressing a yawn) Not at this
hour, I think.
Pure blood means good health. De
Witt's Sarsaparilla purifies the blood,
cures eruptions, eczema, scrofula and all
diseases arising from impure blood. New
ton's drug store.
Yes, said the famous pugilist; the ring,
is played out. And what is a man like
me to do? There is a splendid chance
for a man to distinguish himself in Cuba,
observed the innooent bystander. The
great pugilist's hair tried to stand up,
forgetting that it was already doing it.
But, good heavens! he oried, in an agi
tated voice; they're fighting down there!
RHEUMATISM,
LUMBAGO,
SCIATICA,
LAME BACK,
DEBILITY, Etc.
UHVDESIKI
When trifle will boy the greatest healing
Invention of the dayT Dr-Baadea's Eleetrte
1IH is a complete body battery for selft
treatments and snaranteedt or momj
refunded. It will cure without medicine
Kbenmntism, LnmbaM, Matlea, Ltne
Hack, Kidney and Over Com plaints,
Nervous Debility, Weakness, losses,
It rains and all effects of early Indiscre
tion or excess. To weak men It Is ttae
s-rentest possible boon, as the mil it.
soothing electric current la applied
direct to the nerve centers and improve
ments are felt from the flrst hoar ased.
A pocket edition at the celebrated electro
medical work, ..
"Three Classes of Men,"
illustrated, is sent free, sealed, by nail upon
application, every yi
nr old man snfferins
Every, young, middle-aged
sug uceat wsunese
snoum resa . is win snow hii my, Mn
and speedy way to regain strength and.
Iiealtn when everything else ass failed.
ThoSANDEN ELECTRIC CO.,
No. a Sixteenth HU, Denver, Col.
Also New York, lil-itgo London, Eng.
longest Biectra-Uedical uonoerlu the World I
should read it. It will show an easy, sure
Messrs. C. F. Moore Sc. Co., Newberg,
Ore., say: "We sell more of Chamber
Iain's Cough Remedy than all others put
together, and it always gives satisfac
tion." Mr. J. F. Allen, Fox, Ore., Bays
"I believe Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to be the best I have bandied." Mr. W.
H. Hitohcook, Colombus, Wash., says:
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy sells well
and is highly praised by all who use it.'
For sale by Ireland's Pharmaoy.
MY SWEETHEART.
She Is neither short nor tall,
Kather what I think jou'd call
Just the size.
And her hands and feet are well, '
I'd say ditto and not tell
Any lies.
Though her eyes are soft and blue,
They havo not the brilliant hue
Of the sky.
Yet when in their depths I look
Like a picture in a book
There am I. s
Not so very small her nose is.
Neither are her cheeks like roses,
Eed and whito.
And my muse does not embolden
Me to call her brown hair golden,
Though I might.
Just a village maiden she.
Many ladies that yon eee
Rank above her.
Hen have seldom called her pretty
I have never thought her witty,
But I love her.
D. C. Hasbrouck.
HIS WIFE'S CHUM.
He had been married a year and still
found that marital happiness was really a
tangible thing, not the fanciful vaporings
of poetic enthusiasts. He was able to
crumble in the dust the highest and
strongest arguments brought forward by
cynical bachelors that marriage is a fail
ure. But yet, with nil his devotion, he
was ablo to appreciate a pretty woman.
He kept this appreciation to himself. In
a year's time he had learned many valua
ble truths of whose existence he had not
even dreamed before. One of these was
that it was far bettor for a married man to
keep some things to himself and to observe
a religious silence on others. One subject
upon whioh he kept a religious silence was
that of praising pretty women in his wife's
hearing. When he had married her, be
thought his wife the most beautiful crea
ture which the wildest dreams of a lover's
fancy could conjure up, but after a year's
constant association with her he had been
forced to acknowledge to himself that
there were others as pretty and at last had
decided that some were even prettier, but
that none was better or sweeter be never
doubted.
One morning at breakfast as his wife,
olad in a bewitching gown, was pouring
the coffee the smart, white aproned maid
came in with the mail, and amid the pile
of letters was one upon whioh his wife
seized eagerly and tore open with the un
conventional aid of the butter knife.
"Oh, Jack," she said joyfully as she
read on with a smiling face, "Maude is
coming! You remember Maude?"
He did not remember Maude and said so.
"Oh, yes, you do," his wife replied.
"She was my chum when you came to see
me before we wore mnrried. She used te
plague us by coming in when we wanted
to be alone. Don't you remember?"
Jack had a dim recollection of a small
girl who used to make herself "too con
foundedly numerous," as Jack had once
said in a moment of exasperation, but her
face he could not call to mind. So he
nodded and asked when she was coming.
"Tonight, she says. She does not men
tion the train. There are two, you know.
I suppose she will take the 10:85 from
Boston, whero she wants to do some shop
ping. I am so - glad she is coming. We
can have such fun talking over old times,
and, oh, lots of things."
Every afternoon nt 5:30 the train started
back from the big, smoky, noisy B. and
A. station, and every afternoon at 5:20
Jack entered the last oar with his grip and
his paper. In the middle of the week the
train was seldom crowded, and often Jock
found himself entirely alone for most of
the journey. This happened to be one of
the days, and Jack stretched himself out
comfortably and began to read the paper.
The main line pullod out in a slow and
dignified manner. Jaok saw a flash of
white fly by the window, and the next
moment a charming young woman, with
dark brown hair, laughing brown eyes
and a jaunty blue and white shirt waist
and a red necktie, stood in the door, a
vision of summer personified. Sho was so
extremely pretty that Jack could not help
looking nt her again as she came down the
aisle. She caught his eye, a half surprised
expression flashed over nor face, she paused
uncertainly and then deliberately Bat down
directly opposite Jack. , She arranged her
blue skirt daintily, looked out of the win
dow and then at Jack, who found himself
stealing a surreptitious glance at her from
the edge of the paper which he was pre
tending to read. The same little comedy
was gone through with again, and this
time she smiled slightly, but encouraging
ly, and Jaok smiled back. Nay, do not
frown. What would you have done under
the same circumstances, 0 stern and. mor
al benedicts of a year's standing?
At any rate, Jock smiled, and then with
malice aforethought, as he very well knew,
this pretty girl began to struggle ineffec
tually to raise the car window. Now, this
has been the accepted prelude to oar flirta
tions since the invention of railroads, and
there is good ground for thinking that it
may be the reason why ear windows al
ways stick. As soon as Jaok saw her at
tempts he gallantly sprang up and offered
to help her. With a charming confusion
she accepted, and after a few vloious tugs
the window came up, and Jack sat down
beside the charming young woman. He'
was so exhausted he hod to.
"Oh, thank you so much," said she.
"It is so hard to get these windows up.
As I was coming through on the main line
I tried so hard to got one up and no one
offered to help me."
"Have you ever been out this way be
fore?" he asked.
"Oh, yes. I used to live in Boston or
about here."
"Yes, indeed I know er that is, I I
do not know any one now. Everybody has
moved away."
"Now, what the dickens made her blush
like that?" thought Jaok at the young
lady suddenly became intensely interested
In the passing landscape. She turned back
again after a time, but evidently had great
dlffloulty in meeting her companion's eyes.
Every reference to Boston or its vicinity
was discouraged with restrained confu
sion. Jaok made some tactful attempts at
getting her name, but every one was foiled.
"She's a bright girl," said Jaok to him
self, "but what makes her want to giggle
all the time?"
The train approached Alton Centre, and
the young lady made preparations to leave
the train, and while it pulled into the sta
tion Jack carried her bag to the door and
wished her a goodby. She turned at if to
speak to hint and then ran down the steps.
"She is a mighty pretty girl, " mused
Jack as he resumed his seat. "But what
wondor if I'd better say anything to
Edith about it. No, I won't no need of
It." And he began to read his paper.
Hit wife met him at the gate, and her
face wore a look of disappointment.
"Maude is not coming today, Jaok," she
aid. "She wrolo mo she was going te
top off to see a friend and pome on to
morrow on the afternoon train. Isn't it
mean, after all my preparations too?"
Jack thought it was, and the subjeot
dropped. In the evening they went ovor
to the Van Pluys' to play whist, and Edith
and Mr. Tan Pluys beat Jack and Mrs.
Van Pluys, much to Edith's delight and
Jack's chagrin, for If there was one thing on
whioh Jock prided himself it was his whist
and his famous combination play of the
king second hand which had never failed
of its object, but did fail signally that
night.
For some unaccountable reason the next
day did not pass as well for Jack In the
city. Everything seemed to go wrong.
His typewriter spoiled two briefs when
they were almost done, and he dropped his
big inkstand and spilled all of the ink on
the pretty rug which he and Edith had
selected to make the office look more
cheery. When it came time for him to go
to the station, he was glad and sank with
in his accustomed seat with a sigh of re
lief. He remembered the affair of the day
before and wished that he had told Edith
and compromised with himself by decid
ing to tell her when he reached home. The
monotonous rattle of clicking cars jarred
upon hiin, and he could not read. When
the train stopped at West Alton, his tem
per had not improved materially, and
when he ran into a fat man with two grips
he did not even beg the fat man's pardon,
although ho know that it was his own
fault, but muttered savagely something
about people not looking where they were
going.
Edith did not meet him at the gate as
usual, and that irritated him more. As
he neared the little porch he heard the
sound of animated voices. One was Edith's.
The other sounded strangely familiar.
Where had he heard It before? Ho raoked
his brain, but could not determine As
he opened the door to the cool, darkened
sitting room Edith met him.
"Maude has come, Jack," she said and
dragged him into the room where, soatcd
on the divan with the big cushions, was a
white form which his eyes, unaeoustomod
to the dimness of the room, could not make
out.
"Maude, this is my husband, Jack,"
said Edith. "You remember Jack?"
"I believe that we have had the ploasure
of meeting more recently, Mr. Strong,"
said Maude, with a roguish smile.
"Er ah, yes, yes, of oourse," he man
aged to gasp. "Delighted" And he sank
down upon the nearest chair with the per
spiration standing out upon his forehead.
His wife stood like a statue of loe and
lookod from Maude, who was smilingly
self possessed, to Jack, who looked like a
melting molasses candy, image.
"I do not quite understand, " she began.
Maude said nothing, but kept her calm,
roguish smile. Edith turned to Jaok and
almost caught him in the act of making a
wild appealing gesture toward Maude.
He wilted further.
"John," said Edith and when she said
"John" she meant what she said, and
Jaok knew it "John, what does this
mean?"
"Er my dear it means I the fact is
oh, dash it I I saw her yosterday in
the car. That is what it means. " And
Jack blurted it out in a voice which was a
combination of a groan and a shout,
"Met her in the car? Well, I see no
reason why you should be so confused
about it. ' ' Edith had beoome very haughty.
Jaok said nothing. He was swearing
he was swearing to himself. Maude saw
that it had gone far enough, and that it
was time for her to speak.
"Come, Edith," she said, "I'll confess.
When I entered the car yesterday after
noon, I reoognlzed your husband at onoe
and was going to speak to him, but I saw
that he did not recognize mo. I well, I
do not know why I did it, but you know
my fault is liking fun and practical jokes
and all that, and I just thought that it
would be fun to play a trick on him and
flirt with him and then tell you all about
it. He kindly helped me' ' here she smiled
at Jock, who cursed mentally "to raise
the window, and then he talked very nice
ly to me. And I nearly died with laugh
ing and having to keep it to myself. When
I left the train at Alton, I intended to tell
him all about it, but the thought of see
ing the expression on his face when ho met
me today kept me from It. That's all,
Edith. It was just one of my awful prac
tical jokes. Forgive me, dear, but really
I could not help it."
Jack had straightened up when she be
gan her tale, and when she had finished
added emphatically: "Yes, by George,
that's all, Edith. I was going to tell you
all about it tonight myself."
Edith looked from one to the other
doubtfully, and when she thought of the
unutterable woe depicted upon the face of
poor Jaok and his bad quarter of an hour
her sense of humor oame to her, and she
was forced to smile and was joined by
Maude, who had had great dlffloulty keep
ing her face straight for the last IS min
utes, and by Jack, upon whom the smile of
Edith had produced a reaction. They all
laughed loudly and long, and Edith kissed
Maude, and then everybody went into one
of those delightful little dinners for which
the Strongs are so justly famous.
But that night, after Maude had gone to
her room and Jock was smoking his last
pipe, Edith looked up from her book and
gazed at Jack long and earnestly. He met
her gaze with a fond smile.
"Jack, Maude is a dear girl, isn't she?"
"Why, yes, of course she is."
"She's an old friend of mine, too, and I
think a great deal of her. She and I went
to school togother. She was always so
jolly and so fond of practical jokes and
that sort of thing, you know."
She paused and fingered the cover of
her book. She was deep In thought.
"Jack, don't you think that people who
are that way carry things a little too far
sometimes?" '
And Jaok smiled. Rochester Post-Express.
.
Spiders In History,
Spiders have ployed a greater part in
history than most people are aware of.
Everybody knows how the perseverance of
a spider encouraged Robert Bruce to re
gain his kingdom of Scotland, but not so
many know that according to Jewish tra
dition a spider saved David's life. Saul
was hunting for him, and, his soldiers ap
proached a cave where David was hidden.
Shortly before, however, a spider had spun
her web at the mouth of the cave, and the
soldiers, taking it for granted that if he
had taken refuge In the cave he must have
broken the web, departed, forgetting the
web might have been spun after as well
as before his entrance.
A spider saved the life of the grandun
tie of the German emperor. Frederick
William was king of Prussia, and an at
tempt was mode to poison him in a oup of
chocolate. By chance a spider fell into the
cup, and for this reason the monarch gave
the ohocolate to a dog, who immediately
died. Inquiry was made, with the result
that the cook was hanged, and a large spi
der wrought in gold now decorates one of
the chief rooms of the Winter palace at
Potsdam in memory of the king's escape.
London Public Opinion.
Hemeseekere' Excursion.
A seaond series of homeseekers' excur
sions have been arranged for, and all
agents east of the Missouri river will tell
tiokets at one fare for the round trip to
all points in Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado,
Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Louisiana,
New Mexioo, Oklahoma, North and South
Dakota, Texas, Wyoming and Utah, dates
of sale Ootober 8 and 22, 189a. Return
date will be Ootober 11, 16, 18, 22, 25, 29
and November 1, 8, 8 or 12, 1895. For
particulars eall on agents of the "Santa
Fa Route."
Oso. T. Nicholson, H. 8. Ldtz,
Q. P. A. Chicago. Agent, Santa Fe.
Loose clothes and
downy cushions
bring only a nega
tive sort of comfort
to the woman who
is suffering -with
some disease or de
rangement of the
organs distinctly
feminine. Some
clothes and some
positions make the
pain and discomfort
seem less. Nothing
will ever completely
relieve but a radical
cure. The effects of such disorders are not
limited to mere local discomforts but ex
tend over the whole body. Perhaps the
nerves are most affected, and this in turn
disturbs the digestion. After that there is
no telling what form the trouble may take.
With irritable nerves and poor digestion, a
woman is on the straight road to the grave.
Women are notoriously negligent in mat
ters pertaining to their health. Too many
of them understand too little about their
own physical make-up. They do not un
derstand their possibilities or their limita
tions, and they do not know enough about
themselves to know when a symptom is
really serious and when it is not. This nat
urally makes them overlook the plainest
of danger signals. The start of everything
is simple. The start of so-called "female
complaints " may be a very slight thing in
deed. It may be that in the beginning
some small hygienic measures would stop
the trouble. Certainly at this time, a little
bit of the right medicine would stop it.
When the trouble becomes worse, it is
harder to cure, but still it can be cured.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription will posi
tively cure any trouble of this character.
It may be absolutely relied upon. It affords
immediate and lasting relief to a woman
whose natural modesty has kept her from
Consulting physicians.
The whole story of the "Favorite Pre
scription," and what it has done for thou
sands of women is told in Dr. Pierce's
Common Sense Medical Adviser. This
is a 1008 page book, profusely illustrated,
written in plain language for the use of
every day people, and gives in a clear and
lucid way an immense amount of valuable
information about health and medicine. It
will be sent free on receipt of 21 one-cent
stamps to cover cost of mailing only.
Address, World's Dispensary Medical
Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
Horatio, whispered the heroine, the
villian still pursues us. Ha, exclaimed
the lover. But fear not. Sees thou the
ravine that intervenes between us mid him.
Yes, Horatio, but the bridge. He can
cross yon bridge at a bound. Fear not,
I say. He has gat to stop in the middle
of the bridge and do a song and dance.
It's just as easy to try One Minute
Cough Cure as anything else. It's easier
to eure a severe cough or oold with it.
Let your next purchase for a ooagh be
One Minute Cough Cure. Better medicine;
better results; better try it. Newton's
drug store.
Notice.
To all whom it may oonoern:
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to an order of the district oourt within
and for the county of Santa Fe, and terri
tory of New Mexico, directing the issue
of a commission to take the depositions
of the following named witnesses: Fran
cisco Romero, Jesns Narvais, Ambrosio
Ortiz, Ascension Silva, Antonio Jose Sil
va, Valentin Montoyaand Antonio Ortiz y
Salazar, the testimony of whom is to be
taken relative to who were and are the
heirs and lineal descendants of Domingo
Romero, one of the grantees of the Mesita
de Juana Lopez grant, situate, lying and
being in the county of Snnta Fe, territory
of New Mexico, the Cerrillos Coal & Iron
Company will on the 9th day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1895, at the office of Robert C.
Gortner, a notary publio named in said
order, as the person before whom such
depositions shall be taken, prooeed to
take the depositions of the witnesses
herein named.
- C'kbbillos Coal fc Ibon Company,
By R. E. Twhohblii,
Attorney and Agent.
There are many good reasons why yen
should use One Minute Cough Cure. There
are no reasons why yon should not, if in
need of help. The only harmless remedy
that produces immediate results. New
ton's drug store.
Aviso.
A todos qoienes ooncierne:
Por esta se da aviso que de oonformi
dad oon una order, de la oorte de distrito
en y por el condado de Santa Fe, y terri
torio de Nuevo Mexico, dirigiendo la au
torizacion de una eomision para tomar
las declaraoiones de los siguientes test
gos nombrados: Franoisoo Romero, Je
bus Narvais, Ambrosio Ortiz, Asoenoion
Silva, Antonio Jose Silva, Valentin Mon-
toya y Antonio Ortiz y Salazar, el testi'
monio de quienes se tomara oon referen
da a quienes eran los herederos y desoen
dientes lineales de Domingo Romero, uno
de los meroenados de la meroed de la Me'
sita de Juana Lopez, situada y ublcada
en el condado de Santa Fe, territorio de
Nuevo Mexico, la Cerrillos Coal fc Iron
Company, el dia 9 de Diciembre, A. D.
1895, en la oftoina del notario publico,
Robert C. Gortner, nombrado en dicha
orden de ser la persona delante de quien
so tomaran diohas deolaraciones, se pro-
cedera a tomar la deelaracion de los tea
tigos aqui nombrados.
Ckbbillos Coal fc Ibon Company,
Por R. E. Twitchell,
Abogado y Agente.
A. G. Bartley, of Magio, Pa., writes:
feel it a duty of mine to inform you and
the publio that De Witt's Witoh Hazel
Salve oured me of a very bad case of
eczema. It also oured my boy of a run
ning sore on his leg. Newton's drug
store. .
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Sew fast California Train.
On Ootober 29 the Santa Fe Route will
inaugurate new and striotly limited first
class service to Southern California.
TheCahfornia Limited will lea veChioago
at 6,00 p. m. daily, reaching Los Angeles
in three days and San Franoisoo in three
and one-half days, a saving of half a day.
Time from this station correspondingly
red need.
Eaninment will consist of superb new
vestibniod Pullman palace and compart
ment sleepers, chair ear aud dining oar,
through to Los Angeles without ehange.
This will be tne iatest ana most lux
urious service vis any line to California.
Another daily train will cary through
palace sleeper and tourist sleeper to Ban
Frinelsoo and tourist sleeper to Los
Angeles, as at present.
For full particulars inquire of local
agent Atchison, Topeka fc Santa Fe R. R,
RIO, GRANDE & SANTA FE
Denver & Rio Grande Railroads
THE SCENIC LINE OF THE WORLD,
Time Table No. 36.
Effective Oct. 15. 1895.
EAST bound west bound
No. 476. MILKS No. 475,
8:50 am Lv. Santa Fe.Ar 6:10 pm
11:15 am Ar.Espanola. Lv.. 40.. 8:55pm
12:40 a in Ar.Embudo.Lv... 59.. 2;tf0pm
1:30pm Ar. Barranca. Lv.. 66.. 1:30pm
3:06 p m....Ar.Tres PiedraB.Lv 97. .11:52 a m
50 p m Ar.Autonito.Lv... 131. .10:00a m
6:10pm Ar. Alamosa. Lv ..160.. 8:40am
10:30 p m Ar.Sallda.Lv....2M.. 4:45 a m
1:20a in Ar. Florence. Lv.. 311.. 1:49a m
2:40am Ar. Pueblo. Lv... 343. .12: 25 am
4:12 am Ar.ColoSpss.Lv. 387. .10:50 p m
7:15 a m Ar. Denver. Lv... 463.. 7:45 p m
Connections with main line and
branehes as follows:
At Antonito for Doraugo, Silverton
and all points in the nan Juan country,
At Alamosa for Jimtown, Creede, Del
Norte, Monte Vista and all points in the
San Linis valley.
At Salida with main line for all points
east and west, including Leadviiie.
At Florence with F. A C. C. R. R. for
the gold camps of Cripple Creek and
Victor.
At Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Den
ver with all Missouri river lines for all
points east.
Through passengers leaving Santa Fe
at 8 a. m. take supper at Alamosa, at
which point through sleeper will be re
served if desired.
For further information address the
undersigned.
T. J. Helm, General Agent,
Santa Fe, N. M.
S. K. Hoopeb, G. P. A.,
Denver, Colo.
It is a truth in medioine that the small
est dose that performs a cure is the best,
De Witt's Little Early Risers are the
smallest puis, will perform a cure, and
are the best. Newton's drug store.
Legal Notice.
District oourt, Santa Fe oonnty.
Daniel Carter No. S53S.
vs. I Assumpsit
C.G.Story and by Attaoh
James M. Allan. J ment.
To C. G. Story and James M. Allan, de
fendants above named:
Yon and each of you are hereby noti
fied that Daniel Carter, the above named
plaintiff, has brought the above entitled
suit against you in whioh he seeks to re
cover the sum of three hundred and sev
enty-eight and 20-100 dollars against you
together with interest from December
13, 1891, and costs for work, labor and
servioes rendered to you as custodian and
watchman of your property in Glorieta,
in said eounty of Santa Fe, territory of
New Mexico; that your said property has
been attached in said suit; and that unless
you appear at the next regular term of said
oourt, appoiLted to be held on the second
Monday ot December, 1895, being Mon
day, December 9, 1895, judgment will be
rendered against you and eaoh of you in
said suit and your said property sold to
satisfy the same.
Dated Santa Fe, N. M., Ootober 25, 1895,
Geo. L. Wyllyb,
Geo. W. Knaebel, Clerk.
Attorney for Plaintiff, Office and Post
office address, Santa Fe, N. M.
The healing properties of De Witt's
Witch Hazel Salve are well known. It
cures eczema, skin affections and is sim
ply a perfeot remedy for piles. Newton's
drug store.
Executive Office,
Santa Fe, New Mexioo,
Ootober 21, 1895.
Whereas, One Daniel E. Young was, in
the month of Ootober, A. 1). 1895, mur
dered by unknown parties in the county
of Union, territory of New Mexico;
and
Whereas, Parties committing said mur
der are fugitives from Instioe:
Now, therefore, I, W. T. Thornton, gov
ernor of the territory of Hem Mexioo, by
virtue of the authority in me vested, do
hereby offer a reward in the sum of two
hundred (,$200) dollars eaoh for the ar
rest and conviotion of the parties guilty
of this murder, said reward to be payable
out of any moneys In the territorial
treasury appropriated for rewards.
Dated at the executive office this 21st
day of Ootober, 1895.
Witness my hand aud the great seal of
the territory of Mew Mexioo.
&. W. T. Thobnton,
Governor of New Mexico.
By the Governor:
LOBION MlU.II,
Seoretary of New Mexioo.
International Regatta, Austin. Texas,
November 4-7, 1H5.
For the above oooasion the Santa Fe
Route will place on sale tickets to Austin,
Texas, at one fare for the round trip,
IE3Z.2&0 Dates of sale, November 1, 2
and 8, 1895. Final return limit Novem
ber 10, 1895.
H. S. Lute, Agent,
Santa Fe, N, M.
Geo. T. Nicholson, G. P. A.,
Chioago, III.
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