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A new arrival indeed, as he's never been
here before. Hail to the stranger. May prosperity come with him and to stay. Whatever comes, everybody wants hard wear articles, and there is nothing better than onr first-class hardware for that. Mo cheap counterfeit can steal the wear of good steel. No store in this part of the territory has so many old customers as onrs. The reason? People go oftenest where it pays them the best. Experience is a reliable guide. It never leads wrong. Values talk. Here are onrs: 100 cents for $ 1 etc W. H. COEBEL, Catron Block - San ta Fe. TELEPHONE 26. CHAS. WAGNER DEALER IN FURNITURE QUEENSWARE I have a full line of Picture Frame T-X A X9 TiTJsT A "D 17 and Mouldings and in fact everything in tte household line. I will furnish you from the parlor to the kitchen on easy payments. I carry the largest stock in the city. I repair all kinds of furniture. . " FftNCY UNHAND CHI, Cut Glass Ware, Cooking Ranges and all the latest novelties m household furnishings. Prices Cut 50 Per Gent. SPECIALTIES CLUB HOUSE CANNED FRUITS v CLUB HOUSE CANNED VEGETABLES CLUB HOUSE OLIVE OIL CLUB HOUSE OLIVES CLUB HOUSE CATSUP CLUB HOUSE DEVILED MEATS CLUB HOUSE JAMS EXTRA FANCY FRENCH PEAS EXTRA FANCY MUSHROOMS EXTRA FANCY BULK OLIVES EYTRA FANCY PICLKES EXTRA FANCY MINCEMEAT These goods are the finest to be had We have jnst received a large shipment way down. Onr Bread, Pies and Cakes are better TELEPHONE 53 FIRST NATIONAL BANK Santa Fe, New Mexico. Designated Depositary of the United States R. J. Palen - - President J. H. Vaughn - Cashier David S. Lowitzki, Centrally Located. Lower Frisoo Street. First Furniture Store yon Come To, DEALER IN No TBOUBLE to Show Goods Free Delivery. UEEKIW'IS! My Holiday Furniture Just Received Prices never before Equaled in City of Santa Fe. I will furnish you from the pallor to the kitchen on easy payments. Highest cash price paid for second hand goods.. 5 TINWARE AND STOVES. In this line I have just received a large invoice for yon to se lect from. 8ee for yourself. in the market. of fancy goods of all kinds. Prices than ever. MULLER fc WALKER URGES? STOCK IN 101 CHEAPEST IN TOWN BEST ASSORTMENT WEATHER FORECASTS. Observer Kersey Has Finally Secured Weatner Signal Service for Santa Fe and Other New Mexico Points Explanation oftheFlasrs. Mr. H. B. Hersey, local observer for the U. S. weather bureau, has finally per fected arrangements whereby weather foreoaBts for New Mexico will bekwired to him daily, exaept Sunday, by Dr. I. M. Kline, f oreoaet officer at Galveston, Texas, and one of the best men in the service, Right here it may be explained that, for forecasting purposes, the oonntry is di vided into thirty-fonr districts with head quarters at central points like Galveston and that, with full telegraphio information before them relative to the conditions in all parts of the country, the officers in oharge of the oentral statians mane fore' casts for the different localities. The forecast for the ensuing day will be received by Observer Hersey in this city about 10 o'olock in the morning and will be indioated by signal nags displayed from the top of the Catron block in which the observer's office is located. Thers are two kinds of flags one in dioating weather and the other tempera ture. The latter is black and triangular in form, and when displayed above the other Hag indioates higher temperature and when below denotes lower tempera' ture. The white flag indicates no rain or snow during the ensuing day; the bine flag indicates general rain ur snow; the half blue and half white flag indicates local rains or snows or showery weather; the square white flag with a square black oenter indicates a very decided cold wave for the ensuing day. This will only be need when a very marked fall in tern peiature is expected. These signals will be telegraphed to Santa Fe by the government, and, through the enterprise of Supt. Hurley, of the Santa Fe system, will promptly be re' peated to Las Vegas and Albuquerque, where nags similar to those in use here will be displayed. The Postal-Cable Tele graph company has also agreed to trans mit the foreoasts free of charge to Cer rillos and it is understood that the Den ver fc Rio Grande management has de cided to confer a like favor upon Espan ola. So that the signals are likely soon to be displayed at both of the points last mentioned. The logotype system has been adopted for transmitting the forecasts by mail to all points that can be reached by 6 o'olock in the evening from oanta re, Las Vegas, Albuquerque, Cerrulos and Kspan ola. Thus most of New Mexico and even some of the southern Colorado points will soon share in the benefits aooruing from Observer Hersey 'a vigilant and untiring zeal in the interest of this region. Clark's Mile End, 800 yards, cro chet cotton in solid and all mixed colors, for fancy work, at 5 cents per spool just received at Gusdorf&Do lan's. ROUND ABOUT TOWN. Myrtle Rebekah lodge, No. 9, meets at 7:80 this evening at Aztlan hall. Forecast of the U. S. weather bureau for to-morrow: Fair and colder weather Merchant Goebel is distributing very pretty Christmas souvenirs among his patrons. Seligman Bros, have put up a Christmas tree that proves a joy forever with the little folks. That entertainment at St. Francis hall last night was a delightful affair. An other one 1b promised for the night of the 24th instant. Printed copies of Gov. Thornton's an nual report to the secretary of the in terior were received at the executive of fice to-day. Under the new law only 250 copies, not 1,000 as previously stated, are allowed the governor for distribution. Beaders of the New Mexican are again reminded that the ladies' of the Presby terian Aid society will give an oyster festival and musical entertainment at Firemen's hall, on Thursday evening, be ginning at half past 6 o'olock. A num ber of fanoy and useful articles will be offered for sale. General Manager J. J. Frey and a party of A., T. A S. F. officials oatne in from the east at 11 a. m. and spent an hour looking over the company's property here. In the party were Chas. Dyer, general super intendent of the western grand division; John Player, superintendent of machin ery; J. E. Hurley, division superintendent; J. M. Mead, resident engineer, Pueblo; M. R. Williams, superintendent of bridges and buildings. President Ripley and Viae Presidents Robinson and Morton left the party at La Junta, being called to St. Louis on an important mission. PERSONAL. Judge H. L. Waldo returned last night from Topeka. Mrs. Knapp and daughter, of Espanola, are visiting the city. Miss Belle Bishop, of Red Ook, lewa, is the guest of Mrs. 3. E. Wood. At the Palace: A. Meonet, Las Vegas; Mrs. Marth B. Johnson, Des Moines; J. H. Keller, Chicago. Mr. Mark Howell, one of the leading oitizens of the lower Pecos, is in the cap. ital from Roswell. '''.".-' Messrs. T. P. Gable, M. G. Reynolds, J. W. Akers, O. W. Dudrow and T. J. Helm returned from El Paso last night Purifies and Beautifies the Skin by restoring to healthy activity the CLpaoED, Irritated, In FLAflED, SLUaaisH, or Overworked Pores. Sab rta Mm mkU.J .11 - M!. Sold thmtuhmil tin wwM. trituh d.pott IT. Jiwnif lonrtrm. Pottii uive a Cuu. At the Exohange: T. A. Whitten, Albu querque; Mrs. A. L. Keudall, Cerrillos; VV. J. Sewell, Denver. Arrivals at the Paquin-Crosson sani tarium: W. H. Ferguson and wife, W. G. Baking and wife, Chicago; Charles W. Maier, Peoria, 111.; J. B. Hampton, Wash ington, D. C; Ti. W. Frain, Kansas City, Mo. NEW STATEHOOD BILL.' Provisions of Delegate Catron's Act Praying: the Admission of New Mexico. Delegate Catron's Btatehood bill pro vides that an election shall be called by the governor, to be held on the sixth Tuesday after the passage by congress of the enabling act, and at such eleotion eighty-one delegates to a constitutional convention shall be elected as follows: Bernalillo county, eleven delegates; Chaves county, one delegate; Colfax county, four delegates; Dona Ann oounty, five delegates; Eddy oounty, one delegate; Grant oounty, five delegates; Linooln oounty, two delegates; Mora county, six delegates; Guadalupe oounty, two dele gates; Rio Arriba oounty, six delegates; San Juan oounty, one delegate; Union county, one delegate; San Miguel county, ten delegates; Santa Fe county, seven delegates; Sierra oounty, two delegates; 8oeorro county,- five delegates; Taos county, five delegates, and , Valenoia oounty, seven delegates. - j These delegates are to meet at Santa Fe on thrflfth Tusday after their eleo tion. The said convention shall organize by electing one of their members as president, and some person who is qualified elector of said territory as sec retary, that the persons holding oertifl cates of eleotion issued by the board of oounty commissioners of the respective oonnties alone shall be entitled to take part in the election of such president in the first instance, and when said president shall be elected some one of the persons holding the certificates of election from a board of county commissioners o some one of the counties shall administer the oath of office to such president; and thereafter the president shall administer the same oath of office to each of the delegates who. may hold certificates of eleotion issued to them by the respective boards of oounty commissioners of said territory; and the same oath shall be ad ministered by him to the secretary of said convention and all other omoers who may be appointed or employed by the same for the transaction of their business. The convention shall frame a constitu tion, republican in form. This Bhall be submitted to a vote of the qualified eleo tors, together with a list of state officers. and a commission made up of the presi dent of the convention and two of its members shall canvass the vote and sub mit the proceedings to the president, who in twenty days thereafter shall issue a proclamation formally admitting New Mexioo to statehoodi In this event the legislature may assemble, organize and elect two senators of the united States in the manner now prescribed by the laws of the United States; and the governor and secretary of state of the proposed state shall oertify the eleotion of the Ben ators and representatives in the manner required by law. Fever and Acne. Cliff, N.M., Nov. 26, 1895. "I have been taking Hood's Saraaparilla for fever and ague and it has proved to be as reoom mended. I have also advised my friends to take Hood's Harsaparilla beoause ol the benefit I have received from it." Joseph J. Bell. Hood's Pills are easy to buy, easy to taKe. lis Cardinal Cigar. Only 5 Cts.. at Scheu rich's. "SANTA FE ROUTE." Holiday Bates. For the above oocasion the Santa Fe route will place on sale tiokets to all points in New Mexico and Colorado at one fare for the round trip. Dates of sale, Dec. 21, 25, and 31, and January 1, 1895, good to return January 2, 1896. ri. S. JjCTZ, Agent, Santa Fe, N. M. UEO. T. Pi ICHOLSON, G. P. A., Chicago, 111. EL PASO, TEXAS. One fare for the round trip to El Paso on Deo. 21, 25, and 81, 1895, good for re turn passage until January 2, 1896. Call on agents tor particulars. H. S. Lutz, Agent, Santa Fe, N. M Geo. T. Nicholson, G. P. A., Chicago, III. TLAT-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 tne ew mexioan Printing Co. of Santa Fe, will sell you HAND-MADE BLANK BOOKS, bound in full leather, with patent jriiA'i'-uifJSMiMU bTUUB, with your name and the number, or letter, of the book on the back in gilt Utters, at the following low prioes: BOr.( r.( (400 duck) Cash Book . stS.lM (4' " j J ear oat 0.00 (ooo - ) imager . - 7. so They are made with oases 10Wxl6 inches, of a. good ledger paper with round cornered covers. The books are made in our bindery and we guar antee every one oi mem. The Besret of Usod Crepe. 'The modern farmer Is not oontented to use the antiquated tools and methods of his fathers. In this age of keen competi tion, me rarmer ,wno wtaues to prosper, neeas ana gets toe most improved farm ing implements; and by reading the best agricultural literature, be keeps in touoh with the spirit of progress that pervades onr farming communities. He is partic ular, also, in regard to the kind of seed he plants and the manner of planting it. The seeds mast be of highest fertility and grown from the highest cultivated and most profitable varieties of stook. The great seed Arm of D. M. Ferry & Co., De troit, Mich., fully appreciate this faot, as is attested by their progressive business methods and the quality of the seed which they supply farmers and gardeners through the dealers all over the eountry. The reliability sod fertility of their seeds are proverbial and the largest seed busi ness in the world has been created by their sale. In evidence of this firm's knowledge of the wants and requirements of planters, large and small, is Ferry's Seed Annual for 1896. This book is of the greatest value to farmers and gardener a veritable eoeyolopndis of planting and terming inowieage. it eoniaios more useful and practical information than many teat books that are aold for a dol lar or more, yet it will be mailed free to anyone aending his name and address on a postal eard to the firm. Awarded Highest Honors World' Pair. MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Shoulders to the Wheel. If you can't say a good word for your town, don't say anything at all, suggests an exchange. But a still better plan would be for yon to pack your grip, and get out, and if your neighbors ever find out that you have gone, they will feel that you have oonferred a favor on them Goshen, Ind., Demoorat. Correct you are, Mr. Exohange. Good words or nothing about your town. There is no place in a live town for a chronic grumbler. A man who doesn't like his town will honor himself and benefit the oommonity by leaving. Dead men, kickers, grumblers, are dead weights to all communities. Do-nothings are almost as bad. Those, who sit around and look wise and shake their heads in despair, while the live rustling, go-ahead citizens are exerting themselves in favor of prog ress, are almost as bad as the grumbler. Towns are divided into three olasses, the grumblers, the do-nothings and the rustlers. Las Vegas Uptto. Toys! Toys! Toys! We show the best variety of holiday goods of all descriptions. Ousdorf & Dolan. . John MoCullough Eavana cigars at uoioraaosaioon. The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. MBTEROLOG1CAL. 0. 8. Department of Agbiocltuki, WsiTUEH Bubiau Office of Observer Santa Fe, December IS. 1896. 3 SB p 2.0 " I I" Ml! It 0t 4 0 3 0 P 9:00a. m. l:00p. m. 22 96 22 96 34 SB S 88 I 38 i SW 9 Clear lOiCldy Maximum Temperature 43 Minimum TemDerature 33 Total Precipitation 0.00 n. o. nsBssr. unserver. SIMMONSN RECULATOff7 GOOD FOR EVERYBODY and everyone needs it at all times of the year. Malaria is always about, and the only preventive and relief is to keep the Liver active. You must help the Liver a bit, and the best helper is the Old Friend, SIM MONS LIVER REGULATOR, the RED Z. Mr. C. Himrod, of Lancaster, Ohio, says: "SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR broke a case of Malarial Fever of three years' standing for me, and less than one bottle did the business. I shall use it when in need, and recommend it." Be sure that you get it Always look for the RED Z on the package. And don't forget the word REGULATOR. It Is SIM MONS LIVER REGULATOR, and there is only one, and every one who takes it is sure to be benefited. THE BENEFIT. IS ALL IN .THE REMEDY. Take it also for biliousness and Sick Headache ; both are caused by a sluggish Liver. J. H. Zeilin A Co., Philadelphia. E. ANDREWS -DEALER IN Ground Oats, Peas, Wheat, Corn and Chicken Feed a Specialty. BEST WINTER APPLES $2.50 CWT, Ueaser Bide - - Hon ttaspar Ave 'PHONE 74. IS DEALER IN BOOTS & SHOES The Management :-PALACE :-H0TEL-: IS ROW 1H TBS BAUDS Or V. S. SHELBY. No expense will be sparsd to make it a first olass house in all its fea- tores. ' , ::'. Ear, Grain, Feel 0TT0J0H1 i& Patronage Msllelteit. - ' OH WJSTMAS Dials watts Our new goods just arrived. A Fine and Large Assortment of the Latest Grold and Silver Novelties in our HOLIDAY STOCK.; Including a new line of Sterling Silver Tableware, Fine Imported China, Cot Olaes, Leather Goods, Gold and 3ilver Headed Canes and Umbrellas, at LOWEST PRICES. Call and examine onr stock; S. SPITZ, The CALIENTE (HOT SPRIUGS.) ( si 1 x THESE Celebrated Hot Springs are located in the midst of the Ancient Cliff Dwellers, twenty-live miles west of Taos, and fifty miles north of Santa Fe, and about twelve miles from Barranca Station on the Denver & Bio Grande Railway, from which point a daily line of stages run to the Springs. The temperature of these waters is from 60 o to 122 0 . The gases are carbonic. Altitude 6,000 feet. Climate very dry and delightful the year ...... .wl rrksna ia ....... a ... k.l . 1 1 ... J .. v. Lii-.ii i -, i j an -i u kviuuiuiviuuiw ugivi 1 1. 1 .uc uuuvOUldlUU HI 111" valids and tourists. These waters contain 1888.34 prnjim of alkaline uilta to the gallon ; being the richest Alkaline Hot Springs in the world. The efficacy of these waters has been thoroughly tested by the miraolous cure attested to in the following diseases: Paralysis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Consumption, Malaria, Bright's Disease of the Kidneys, Syphilitic and Mercuuar directions, mcroiuia, tutarrn, i.a urtppe, an Female uom plaints, etc, etc. Board, Lodging and Bathing, $2.50 per day. Reduced rates given by the month. For further particular address ANTONIO JOSEPH. Prop., Ojo Caliente, Taos County, New Mexico. .A.. STAAB, IMPORTER AND JOBBER. Oldest and Largest Establishment is Boathwest. . , Wholesale Dealer in Groceries, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hardware. Santa Fe -JWJ.. "W!-.. name and nnmber of yonr typewriter. We carry a foil line of typewriter ribbons, carbons, pacers and general Bnonliea. We are old short-hand reporters andreoognize the needs of the profeasion. All our goods warranted the beBt. ip lusrnsTEir. & hobinson, JOBBERS OF BICYCLES, TYPEWRITERS AMD PHOTO STOCK, 1 18 N. SECOND AVE., PHOENIX, ARIZ ESTABLISHED ISM, J. G. SCHUMANN, Boots, Shoes & Leather Findings. Oole Agnt for the dart & Pookard Ohoet. Costa Fa - tour toxica. HENRY KRIOK. SOLS AOIMT FOB Lemp's St. Louis Beer. ALL KINDS OF MINKBAL WATCH " . ' :!': .' .'.'" '-. '.- ','' ' ' The trade supplied from one. bottle to a . oarload. . Mail orders promptly filled. .'. . . 4 J SUADALUPE ST. - - SANTA Fl SOCIETIES. . A - .. At Fa A Aa If . "v -f iUTnn tat times T.rArm V a 1 ... sL. SKWHWB(HHa MWMfSjVI MVS A J lUVCtl USA IUD Ine MnnAmm mmmwtwrm m k MK.AL .A -w- wvasisnf v v vuius vt ' Will lUUUIIA 7:80 o'olock, in the Masonic hall, in the hui uiuoi, Dun cranouoo Bt. visiting brethren are fraternally invited. vv. b. nasaon, YV. M. F. 8. Davis, Sec WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. Ooronado Oamo No. A. Woodmen of the World, meets on ths seeond Thursday evening of each month at 8 o'clock, in Astlan hall, I.O.O.F. Visiting sovereigns are fraternally invited. . a. bbast, uonsni Oomdr. " t. B. Sloaw, Clerk. Fine MsBrarsr whlak at OoIomAa u. loon. " - PBESENTS! mm Jeweller, New Mexico Bar-Lor k Wo. Visible Writing, - Perfect Allarasneiit, Automatic Actions. Ease of Operation. ZPKEOIEJ SIOO. It is impossible for an operator, how ever expert, to reach the limit of speed on this machine. . . tVe want gilt-edged firms to represent ns in all towns in Mew Mexico, Arizona and Sonora, Mexioo, and, quality of goods considered, onr diseonnts are the best quoted anywhere. Eiolnsive agencies given. Old machines of all makes taken in trade. Write for estimate, sending The Exchange Hotel, -,....'i..J.,.J:.J',;1 . Best Locate Hotel la ctty. J.T.FORSHA,Prop. $ 1 .50 -'SS. $2 Special Rats by the Week or Month for Table Board, with or without M. B. Vsraer af Plana. ClethliutHaae Order Sol. Spieo-elbergt, mm FUB1IISHER ABD OLOTHIER. Carry a full and select tins of HATS, 1 CAP1S, HLOTKB, etc., and every, thine found la a first-sIms establish- -ment, .