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W. H. COEBEL,
This is the weather for my
Estate Oak stoves.
HARDWARE
TELEPHONE 26.
CHAS. WAGNER,
DEALER IN
'UMITURE
lUEEISWAR
I have a full line of Picture Frame
and Mouldings and in fact everything
in tre household line. I will furnish
vou from the parlor to the kitchen on
easy payments. I carry the largest
stock in the city. I repair all kinds
of furniture.
ICY MYIUIID lH
Cut Glass "Ware, Cooking Ranges and
all the latest novelties m household
furnishings.
Prices Cut 50 Per Cent.
CLUB HOUSE CANNED FRUITS
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 MINOEMEAT
These goods are the finest to be had in the market.
Wo have just reoeivedn large shipment
way down.
Onr Bread, Pies and Cakes are better
TELEPHONE 53
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Santa Fe, New Mexico,
Designated Depositary
R. J. Palen -
J. H. Vaughn
David S. Lowitzki,
Centrally Located.
Lower Frisco Street.
First Fnrnitnre Store yon Come To,
DEALER IN
No TBOUBLE to Show Good.
Free Delivery.
FUHWITUR
OEEWSW'K
My Holiday Furniture
Just Received
Prices never before
Equaled in City of Santa Fe.
I will fiirnish you from the pailor to the
kitohen on easy payments. Highest cash
price paid for second hand eoods.
TUT "SJT A KK
TINWARE
AND STOVES.
In this line I have just received
a large invoice for yon to se
lect from. See for yourself.
1
of fancy goods of all kiuds. Priees
than ever.
MULLER 3c WALKER
of the United States
- President
- Cashier
LARGEST STOCK IN
CHEAPEST IH TOWN
BEST ASSORTMENT
IN THE SUPREME COUBT.
Iucero H efused Writ of Habeas Cor
pusAnother Habeas Corpus Case
Ponding'.
The territorial supreme court met this
morning with Chief Justice Smith presid
ing and all the associate justices present
except Judge Collier.
In re Juan de Dios Luoero, of Mora
county, whose application for a writ of
habeas corpus was argued yesterday af
ternoon by Messrs. W. B. Ohilders and B.
M. Read in the affirmative and Messrs.
Victory, Jones and Spiess in the negative,
the eourt quashed the motion and re
manded Luoero to the custody of tho
sheriff.
A rehearing was granted in the case of
J. Q. Albright vs. the Texas, Santa Fe fc
Northern Railroad company.
1 he chief lustioe announced that the
supreme court would meet during the
first week in February for the purpose of
handing down unavoidably delayed opin
ions.
A recess was then taken till this after
noon.
WBIT 01 HABEAS OOBPUS WANTED.
An application was made to Judge
Laughlin yesterday for a writ of habeas
torpus in re J. F. Jaramillo, of Valenoia
coanty, ordered confined by Judge Col
lier for disobeying an order of the dis
trict court. At the instance of Mr.
Childers this application was dismissed
and a similar application ia now pending
before the supreme court. Meanwhile
Mr. Jaramillo is in Santa Fe in the cus
tody of Sheriff Max Luna, of Valencia
county.
OOUBT IN SOOOBBO.
Judge Hamilton reports that the U. S.
district court of Sooorro, over which he
presides, is wide open and that he must
return to the Gem city to-night. The V.
S. grand jury is still in session.
Nicely famished single or doable
rooms, with board; terms reasonable.
Mrs. Keller's.
Will Be No War.
The New York World yesterday wired
its special correspondent here to inter
view Archbishop Chapelle on the Vene
zuelan affair. As a result the following
terse and patriotio statement of the arch'
bishop appears in the World of this morn
ing: "I approve most highly the president's
message in favor of Venezuela and the
Monroe dootrine, even at the peril of war
between Great Britain and the United
States. I hope that the president and
congress will not abandon the stand they
have taken. There will be no war, for
Great Britain will at last acknowledge
that the policy of this country is just and
reasonable."
Chinese, Japanese, English, French and
German chinaware at Blain Bros.
Xotlve for Publication.
Homestead Entry No. 4196.
Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M., )
Deo. 18, 1805. )
Notioe is hereby given that the following-named
settler has filed notioe of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his olaim, and commute the same to a
cash entry, and that said proof will be
made before the Register or Receiver, at
Santa Fe, N. M., on January 25, 1896.,
viz: Toribia Vigil, of San Miguel County,
N. M., for the S. W. i of sec 8, tp. 16 N.
R. 13 E. He names the following wit
nessses to prove his continuous residence
upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz:
Atnnasio Roibal, Pedro Maes, Hilario
Roibal, Victor Roibal, all of Peoos, N. M.
J ameb H. Walkeb, Register.
Blain Bros, now occupy commodious
quarters in the Delgado block, opposite
the Claire hotel, where is displayed by
far the largest assortment of general
merchandise to be found in the oity. The
stook is new and Attractively displayed.
Pretty nearly everything the householder
needs is on 'sale here, at prioes away
down.
ROUND ABOUT TOWN.
A good thing cinders on the sidewalk.
Looal merchants report the holiday
trade opening out very satisfactorily.
Three days of continuous sleighing Is
a treat that seldom comes to Santa Feans.
High winds and snow toward the east
have caused delay of the California flyer
for two days past.
U. S. weather bureau foreoast for to
morrow: For Mew Mexioo, fair and
warmer weather.
The governor's private secretary 'has
sent oopies of his annual report to all the
territorial newspapers. The little volume
is chook full of information on Mew Mex
ico and will make a handy office reference
book.
The health seeker with weak lungs can
have no complaint of this sort of weather.
Cold and crisp, with plenty of sunshine,
and jost enough snow to render the at
mosphere absolutely pure.
Superintendent Bergmann, of the Mew
Mexico penitentiary, reports that the
finances of the institution are now all
O. K., as Gov. Thornton and Seoretary
Miller this morning paid him ten (1,000
bonds on account of their laundry bills!
Glassware,' willowware, woodenware,
cordage at Blain Bros.
PERSONAL.
Hon. Meill B. Field is up from Albu
querque. Gov. Thornton will return from his
southern trip to-morrow night.
HUMOURS
Instantly Relieved
And Speedily Cured by
WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS
A warm bath with CUTICUR A SOAP
and a single application of CUTICURA,
(ointment), wilt afford instant relief, per
mit rest and sleep, and point to a speedy,
permanent cure or the most distressing of
itching and burning skin and scalp diseases,
after all other methods tail.
3Pa ' Bold throughout thl world.
r ' m Brltlih d.poli r. Niimtnr ft
I F don, rtim: a - ucjir.v.
Sheriff Max Luna, who - ie making a
good officer, is in the capital from Los
Lunas.
Merchant E. A. Dow is up from east
ern Valenoia county laying in holiday
supplies.
At the Palace: Pedro Perea, Bernalillo;
J. B. Murphy, Alqmosa; W. E. Dame, Cer
rillos; M. Luna, Los Lunas.
Messrs. Geo. H. Fradt and David L.
Miller are here from Laguna on business
with the surveyor general.
At the Exobaoge: Geo. H. Pradt, D. L.
Miller, Laguna; J. R. Cordova, Trinidad;
J. A. Stinson, Cerrillos; T. H. Wright,
Boone, Iowa; W. G. Bletoher and wife,
Will Sloan, Bland.
Five cents buys a Cardinal cigar at
Scheurich's.
SCHLATTER WANDERS.
The Healer at Bernalillo May Shake
Albuquerque and Travel South
west A Much Wanted Man.
Suffering humanity ontfdde of Mew
Mexioo is trying hard to definitely locate
Schlatter, the healer. Many letters are at
the postoffioe here addressed to Schlatter
and several citizens have this week re
ceived letters and telegrams inquiring
his postoffie address. Yesterday Mr. F.
C. Alley, agent for Wells. Fargo fc Co.,
reoeived a package, which proved to con
tain a handsome silk handkerchief, from
L. W. Burr, of Bakersfie,d, Cal., with in
structions to spare no cost in having it
blessed by the healer and returned at
onoe.
Mr. Alley ascertained by wire that
Schlatter was in Pet a Blanca at I o'clock
yesterday afternoun. He undertook to
have ft messenger carry the handkerchief
from Thornton Btation to the healer at
Pena Blanaa, but could not arrange it in
time, word being reoeived that Sohlntter
intended leaving for the mountains. A
orowd of people from Albuquerque were
at rena Blanca during tne anernoon
using all their pursuasive eloquence to
induce the man of mytery to go to Albu-
auenoe, but, according to the telegraph
agent at Thornton, he persistently de
clined to go, saying his mission was in
the mountains; that the f ather directed
his footsteps- and Albuquerque wasu't
"on his list."
The Albuanerqae Citizen of laBt even
ing announced the arrival of Sohlatter in
Old Albuquerque, but this is incorrect.
A MOST ONOEBTAIN QUANTITY.
Later advices say that Sohlatter spent
last night at Santo Domicgo. This
morinng he prooeeded toward Bernalillo.
The Albuquerque Democrat sent a man
to Pera Blanca yestarday and a long in
terview was the result. As to his move
ments the Demoorat of this morning
prints the following:
"From Bernalillo his path is uncertain.
He ia going to the southwest to begin a
long retreat. His movements are uncer
tain. He may come on down the river
to Albuquerque, but he now says he does
not know. He awaits 'the will of the
Father.' He is coming south and will be
in Albnquerque Saturday, or at some
point weBt ot nere, proonoiy on me mu
Pueroo."
In answer to the direct qnestion,
"When will yon be in Albuqnerqnef"
Schlatter said:
"I can not say. My steps now are to
the southwest. When the Father direots
me to go I will. He may do so in a mo
ment or it may be years. If he says so I
will. Good-bye."
Hardware, harness and saddles at Blain
Bros.
TERRITORIAL MINES.
Mining and Milling: Operations in
CI rant County A Notable Sale
Development Work at
La Belle.
The mines in the Pinos Altos are all
producing ore and the camp is fairly
prosperons. All the mills are running
with the exception of the Wagner whioh
will be sold under execution next month.
There are no idle miners here, but on the
contrary there is room for a few first
class men.
IntheOooney oamp, Cooney, Coates and
Shaible are again running in full blast on
their Silver Bar property with the usual
good results. Mine men are kept at work
on the Copper Queen. The big shaft is
being sunk as fast as three shifts of men
can put it down, but it will be sometime
before the tunnel level is reached. Some
good ore is beinge extracted, says the
Deming Headlight.
John Brockman, of Silver City, last
week made the purchase of the famous
Pierce mine in Arizona for the sum of
$275,000, of whioh $15,000 was paid in
oash and the balance to be paid within
seven months from January I. The
mine is the richest gold property in the
entire western country and has already
proved a veritable bonanza. Mr, Brook-
man has pot forty men at work and will
personally superintend the operations.
The Eberle mine, Mogollon district, is
being worked as usual with a small foroe.
Ore is being taken out as prospecting
work progresses. It is being piled upon
the dumps Large bodies of good ore are
being blocked and the property is in A 1
shape. It is expeoted that the company
will ereot a mill in the early spriog, when
another bullion prodnoer will be added
to the many already in operation in the
vioinity. The company has abundant
oapital, and a first class plant, if any, will
be erected. The Keno mine, same dis
trict, is forging to the front as a producer
of ore. A body of very rich ore was
etruok recently, and work is being pushed
vigorously with three shifts. The owners
of this valuable property are to be con
gratulated, aa they had many obstaoles to
overoome, but by pluok and energy they
have finally snooeededin reaching the goal
of their ambition.
Regarding one of the many promising
prospects at La Belle the Cresset says:
Johnson & Larson have jost started a
winze from the main drift on the Den
mark. This is one of the leading prop
erties in the looality and has been de
veloped to as great an extent as any
other. The main tunnel is a cross-cut
about 300 feet in length. The Denmark
vein is cut at right angles at 100 feet
from the mouth of the tunnel and a drift
twenty feet long runs to the left and one
sixty feet long to the right, each of these
along the vein. A chamber 12x13 has
just been made in the longer drift, from
whioh the winze starts. Bo far the vein
has averaged ten feet in width and assays
from $18 to $40 per ton. The entire
vein is a sulphide ore, without waste, ao
that in this oasethepay- Btreak and width
of vein are the same. The ore is unlike
any other yet discovered in the distnot,
bat in some respects bears a likeness to
that found in Anderson's group, which is
also a sulphide. The oross-eut also in
terseote two other veins in the last 100
feet. A boiler and pomp has been pur
chased and it ie their intention to have
it in operation within six weeks, as they
expect to be bothered with water in the
wlnie.
orId' Pair.
REAM
NtiMB
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alumoranyoineraauiierani,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
NEW CORPORATIONS.
Important Papers Filed with Terri
torial Secretary Grand Lodge of
Knights of Pythias San Pe
dro Mining' Company.
The following corporations have filed
articles with the territorial seoretary:
The Wicks Mining Company Incor
porators, Charles B. Eggleston, James P
Mallette, of Chicago, and William W. Wil
liams, of Hillsboro; objects, aoquiring,
selling and operating mines in Sierra
county; capital stock, $500,000; life, fifty
years; principal office, Chicago, with a
New Mexico office at Hillsboro; direotors,
same rb incorporators.
The Grand Lodge of Knights of Pythias
of New Mexico Incorporators, lSdward
L. Bartlett, Charles t . Easley, Millard n.
Hart, William M. Berger, Millard W.
Browne, James J. Leeson and William F
Kuchenbeoker, past grand chancellors;
objects, holding in trust personal and
real property valued at not to exoeed
$50,000; life, fifty years; prinoipal place
of business, residence of grand keeper ot
records and seal.
The Mingus fc Rathbun Company In
corporators, Robert Mingus, of Puerto de
Luna; Charles A. Rathbun and Carrie u
Rathbun, of East Las Vegas; obiectB
buying, selling and raising live stook;
oapital stock, $10,000; life, forty years;
directors, same as incorporators; prin
cipal place of business, Las Vegas.
The San Pedro Mining, Milling fc Pros
peoting Company Incorporated under
the laws of Colorado, with J. C. Giffney,
J. P. Loftus and N. 0. Merrill, of that
state, as incorporators; objects, operating
mines and mining machinery; capital
stock, $1,000,000; direotors, Will J.Coney,
Geo. G. Ross, F. L. Ober, M. A. Penny, J.
P. Loftus, D. J. Humphrey and J. C. Giff
ney; life, twenty years; offices, Denver
and San Pedro.
Clothing, boots, shoes and hats at Blain
Bros.
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to alt others. -
METEKOLOGICAL.
0. S. Department of Aqhicultubk,
Weather Bureau Office of Observer
Santa Fe, December 19. 1895.
Highest Hi
W ef
P Ilfl IB 1 4
H liSllJe? a ta
6:00a.m. 23 It 6 lis NE 10 Clear
8:00p. m. 23 20 12 44 N 2 Clear
Maximum Temperature 18
Minimum Temperature ., 00
Total Precipitation 0.12
H. B. Hebsby, Observer.
I3 regulator7
1 1
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
AWNS 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 usa
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. ZeiUn & Co., Philadelphia.
E. ANDREWS
DEALER IN
Ground Oatg, Peas, Wheat, Corn
and Chicken Feed a Specialty.
BEST WINTER APPLES $2.80 CWT.
Reader flirts lo ttaapar Ave
-'PHONE 74.
DEALER IN
BOOTS'
&SHOES
0TT0J0IW0
CHRISTMAS
Infls . Wafts l Si! m
Our new goods just arrived.
A Fine and Large Assortment of the Latest
G-old and Silver Novelties in our
hzoludjIlT stock:.
Including a new line of Sterling Silver Tableware, Fine Imported China,
Cut Glass, Leather Goods, Gold and 3ilver Headed Canes and Umbrellas, at
LOWEST PRICES. Call and examine our stock.
S. SPITZ, The
SANTA IFIE. nsr.
nvr.
C-A-LIEZDsTTIE
(HOT SZEIZLnTG-S.) '
piggy t -gj,. -;,af?MS2Q.t
THESE Celebrated Hot Nprings are located 111 the midst or tne Ancient
Cliff Dwellers, twenty-rive miles west of Taos, and fifty miles north of
Santa Fe. and about twelve miles from Barranca Station on the Denver
Rio UraiKle Hallway, from
Murium. Tim teniiiprntiirnnf
are carbonic Altitude 6,000
round. There is now a commmodious hotel lor the convenience or 111-v-nllila
anil tourists. These waters contain 1686.34 erains of alkaline salts
to the gallon; being the richest Alkaline Hot Springs in the world. The
efficacy of these waters has been thoroughly tested by the miraclous cures
attested to in the following diseases : ParalysiB, Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Consumption, Malaria, Bright' Disease of the Kidneys, Syphilitic and
Merciiuar Airections, ccroima, aiarrn, ia urippe, an reiutuo 0111
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.
IMPORTER AND JOBBER.
Oldest and Largest Establishment in Southwest.
Wholesale Dealer in Groceries, Liquors,
Tobacco, Cigars, Dry G-oods, Clothing,
Boots, Shoes and Hardware.
Santa Fe
We carry a full line of typewriter ribbons, carbons, papers and general supplies.
We are old short-hand reporters and recognize the needs of the profession. All our
goods warranted the best.
if iisriTE-y & iROiBiasrsoisr,
JOBBERS OF BICYCLES, TYPEWRITERS AND PUOTO STOOK,
V 18 N. SECOND AVE., PHOENIX, ARIZ
ESTABLISHED 1887.
Boots, Shoes &
ILeaiMer Findings.
Oole Agent fcs tho
Santa Fe,
HENRY KRIOK.
SOLI AOBNT FOR
Lemp's St. Louis Beer.
Alil HINDU OF M1NRKAI. WATKB
The trade supplied from one bottle to a
carload. Mail orders promptly
filled. .....
fill AD ALU PE ST. - - 8ANTA Fl
SOCIETIES.
A. i A A. M.
Montezuma Lodge, No. 1, meets on the
first Monday evening of eaeh month at
7:80 o'olook, in the Masonic hall, in the
Kahn block, Ban Francisco 8t. Visiting
brethren ere fraternally invited.
W. 0. Habioim, W. M.
F. 8. Davis, Sec -
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Ooronado Oamp No. 8, Woodmen of the
World, meets on the second Thursday
evsnlng of eaeh month at 8 o'olook, In
Aitlan hall.LO.O.F. Vieiting sovereigns
are fraternally invited.
1. n, biadt, uoneui uomdr.
J. B. 81.OAH, Clerk.
Fine MoBrsyst whisky at Colorado sa
loon. . "
-PIRESEHSTTSi
Jeweller.
which point a dally line ot staees run to tne
these waters Is from 90 O to 1220. The eases
feet. Climate very dry and delightful the year
New Mexico
Bar-t.oek No.
Visible Writing-,
Perfect Alignment,
Automatic Actions.
Knse of Operation.
PBIOE SIOO.
It is impossible for an operator, how
ever expert, to reach the limit of speed
on this machine.
vVe want gilt-edged firms to represent
us in all towns in New Mexioo, Arizona
and Sonora, Mexioo, and, quality of goods
considered, our discounts are the best
quoted anywhere. Exolusive agenoies
given. Old machines of all makes taken
in trade. Write for estimate, sending
name and number of your typewriter.
SCHUMANN,
Curt A Packard Ohoes.
tow Cadco.
The Exchange Hotel,
Beat Located Hotel in City.
J. T. FOKSH A, Prop.
$1.50 52? $2
Special Rates by the Week or Month
for Table Board, with or without
room.
tt. K. Vomer of Plaaa.
Clothing Blade to Order
Sol. Spiegelberg,
CLOTHIER.
Carry a full and select line of H ATM,
GAP, LOVR, ete., and every
thing found In a firtt-olan establishment.
GENTS
FHOEB

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