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THESE Celpbrated Hot Sprinps are located in the midst of the Ancient
CHIT Dwellers, twenty-five miles west of Taos, and lifty miles north of
II. Tsnta Fe, and about twelve miles from Barranca Station on the Denver
111 A Rio Grande Kuilway, from which point a daily line of stapes run to the
Springs. The temperature of these watersis from 91)0 to 1220, Theprases
JOA !are curbonic. Altitude S.tKX) feet. Climate very dry and delightful thoyenr
NM round. There is now a commmodioiis hotel for the convenience of in-
i Vatids and toui'ists. These iintnfa rfintiiiTt UiSd :li o-imi i.io r.f llt..l;..ci
gS'.to the Ballon; being the richest Alkaline Hot Springs in the world. The
Huracjui inese waters nas iieen tnoroufrhiy tested by the miracloiis cures
attested to in the following diseases: 1'aralysis, Uheumatism, Neuralgia.
Consumption. Malaria, Uright's Disease of the Kidneys, Syphilitic and
..joicimur Aiiecuoiis, cronua, iatnrrn, i.a urippe, all Female i:om-
r .o. ci.joi,., utjuiu, i.uu(;iiib uuu niiwiing, ji.nu per any, aeuuceu
(rates given by the month. For further particular address
ANTONIO JOSEPH, Prop.,
Ojo Caliente, Taos County, New Mexico.
ntp. ad r: MARK jy
T.. 1L . li . . . ,
an me matter oi tnn attaohment pro-
oeodinga of the Kendall Boot & Shoe
oompnny agaiust UlyBses T. Cnrran, non
resident partner in the firm of Otto
Johnson & Co., Judge Laughlin sustained
the demurrer of the plaintiffs to the plea
in abatement and ordered a nnno pro tnno
j ndguient and also sustained the demurrer
of the plaintiffs to theattaohment affidavit.
Mr. E. A. Fi9ke represented the plaintiffs
and Messrs. Bartlett, Enaebel and Frost
were attorneys for the defendant.
me case is particularly interesting to
tirms having non-resident partners. The
plaintiffs oontended that they had the
right under the Btatute to sue a non-resident
partner for a partnership debt,
though other members of the firm were
residents of Santa Fe; that such non
resident partner might be sued in at
tachment on the ground of his non-residence
under a statute of this territory
making the partnership ooutraot several
as well as joint.
The defendant filed a plea in abate
ment, alleging that there were two part
ners, one of whom was a resident of San
ta Fe, and that the plaintiffs had only
Bued the one who was a non-resident. To
that plea the plaintiff demurred, relying
upon the statute above mentioned, ad
mitting for the purposes of the proceed
ing the claim of the defendants that Otto
Johnson was a partner in the eonoern,
although as a matter of fact insisting
that Currau was the firm. After beiag
fully advised in the premises, the court
sustained the demurrer.
The defendant then pleaded in bar and
filed an answer to the attachment affidavit.
ino piaiiitins demurred to this answer
and in the argument had on that demur
rer the points considered were: That the
only issue to be tried under such an
answer was the truth of the ground of
the attachment affidavit, alleging non
residence, and that all matters pleaded in
that answer other than a denial of such
ground of attachment, euoh as questions
relating to the indebtedness, name of
partnership, on what aooount indebted
ness acorued and right of plaintiffs to
attach one of several partners, who was a
non-resident, on the ground of such non
residence, were immaterial in such an
The original olaim of the plaintiffs was
$700 and the costs will increase the
amount of the judgmentsought to a little
over $800. As Receiver Haspelmath has
closed out the etook of Johnson & Co. for
over $2,000 in cash, being a larger
amount than the appraised value thereof,
there will be about $1,200 to distribute
among the other creditors after the Ken
dall attachment hns been satisfied. Mr.
Haspelmath has proved his superior
business qualifications by the manner in
which he has handled this stock of
The funeral of Mrs. Meyers will take
place iu New York city to-morrow morn
ing at 9 o'clock.
Mr. Thomas H. Lowthian, who is in
Santa Fe from iand on mining business,
expects to remain in the city for a week
or more. He says he likes this quaint
old city better than any other place in
the mountains that it is most refreshing
and enjoyable to sit down in the shaded
and beautiful plaza these bright Jun
days and read the late papers.
reuro natta, of tlrant county, con
vioted of assault to murder, was to-day
delivered to the penitentiary to serve
Highest Honors World' Fair,
formal Cull for a .lleetlntfoflts Mem
hers at liUH Venus. .In no 15.
Pure fruit juice and fruit extract
syrups used in Fischer's soda water.
ROUND ABOUT TOWN.
IMPORTER AND JOBBER.
OldMt and Ltrgtit Eitablishmcnt is BomthwML
Wholesale Dealer in Groceries, Liquors,
Tobacco, Cigars, Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots, Shoes and Hardware.
CACTUS THORNS WILL NOT PUNCTURE REINDEER
Your local cyole dealer can supply you with them if you
prefer, or wo will prepay oharges to your nearest express
office if ordered of us direct. Price, $13 per pair (with
pump and repair kit) for heaviest tire. Fully guaranteed.
8end for our sundry prioe list; we carry the largest stock
in the west. We can sell you single or double tube tiros,
guaranteed, for $10 per pair.
zpidstictiey & iOBiisrsoisr,
GENERAL SOUTHWESTERN AGENTS.
18 N. SECOND AVE., PHOENIX, ARIZ
Oh, will it never rain.
Regular meeting of C'Brleton post to
night. The bikers are out in droves these
The Cavalry company wants more re
cruits. Santa Fe is the climatij gem of the
Rockies. Take to-day for instance.
The closing exercises of Loretto acad
emy will occnr on Thursday, June 25, at
7:30 p. m.
W. A. McKenzie is pushing work on
the National cemetery water mains.
The Demooratio convention meets at
the court house at 7:30 on Saturday night.
A great many insects have been found
inbantal'e orchards thiB year. Spray
To the public: From this day on I will
sell goods at reduced prices. J. G.
U. S. weather bureau forecast for New
Mexico: Fair to-night and Thursday;
Prof. Perez' band Would like to appear
in the plaza pagodaat twilight but some
body must provide the lights.
Santa Fe orohardists will make good
money out of their crops this year if the
express companies do the square thing.
It's all a mistake a lazy man can't
catch trout in the Rio Santa Fe. How
ever, the trout ore up there, and big ones,
At the Y. P. S. C. E. social to-morrow
night, at the house of Mrs. Haynes, a de
lightful musical program will be given.
Admission 15 cents. Ice cream and cake
Mrs. Cy. Boucher, wife of the passenger
conduotor now running on the Santa Fe
branch, attended the high school com
mencement up at Trinidad, her sister,
Miss Ollie Olive, being one of the sweet
girl graduates. Las Vegas Optio.
xne ancient ouy oi ssanta e may be a
little slow in some things, but there are
others in which she is not behind the
procession, being noted as the only city
iu the world having a woman's board of
trade. Albuquerque Citizen.
Note in the Albuquerque Citizen of
yesterday: Sam Neustadt, who wbs called
to Denver on account of the serious ill
ness of Mrs. Ernest Meyers, the lady
dying while he was en route, returned to
the city this morning, aooompanied by
John Meyers, a brother of Ernest Meyers.
The following was issued this forenoon
Santa Fe, N. M., June 3, 181)6,
Totlie Members of the Committee:
Whereas, A territorial Democratic con
vention has been called to be held at Las
Vegas at 11 a. m. on June 15 prox.; and
Whereas, Under established party prao
tioes it devolves upon the territorial oen
tral committee to provide for the tem
porary organization of that convention
Whereas, In the usual course of politi
cal events the Democrats of the territory
win be called upon within a few months
to hold another convention for the nomi
nation of a Demooratio candidate for
delegate to the 5th congress of the
United States, the time aud place of the
holding of which it is the duty of this
committee to order.
Now, therefore, by virtue of the an
thority in us veBted, a meeting of the
Democratic territorial ceutral committee
is hereby called to be held at Las Vegas
at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., on the
15th day of June prox., then and there to
provide for the temporary organization
of the convention to be held on that day
and to determine the time and place of
holding the next convention, and to con
sider all matters which may come before
the committee within the scope of its
purpose and authority as the exeoutive
organization of the party.
J. II. CllIST,
Rafael Romebo, Chairman
For Rent Furnished rooms ot Mrs
Wientge's, north of Federal building,
District Attorney Crist left this morn
ing for Monero to look after his extensive
coal interests there. He will be absent
At the Bon Ton: S. P. McAllister, Gal
lup; Patrick O'Brien, Durango; G. A
Riddle, G. A. Dnrrie Antonito: Theo
Brookire, El Paso.
Col. V. S. Shelby and his faithful at
tendant, Ed. Stevens, returned to Santa
Fe from El Paso this morning. Col.
Shelby's health is much improved. He
expects to pass the summer here.
At the Exchange: F. G. Erb and wife,
Ohapelle, N. M.jMrs. W. li. ForBha and
daughter, Cripple Creek; Leondro Coza
das, Tuoson; W. G. MoAbee, Silver City,
Mrs. W. H. Forsha and little daughter
arrived from Cripple Creek over the Den
ver & Rio Grande yeBterday afternoon
and will spend several weeks with Capt.
and Mrs. J. T. Forsha, of the Exchange
Mr. J. W. Schofield, receiver of tho Fol
som bank, came up from Albuquerque
this morning and left via the D. & R. G,
for the San Luis valley to look after cer
tain lands there belonging to the bank.
At the Palace: A. W. Reeves, V. S'
Shelby, E. A. Stevens, El Paso; Ohas. R.,
Williams, A. Y. Griffith, Kansas City; A
Mclntyre, Tres Piedras; Jim Curry, Es'
panola; Mrs. F. H. Atkins, Miss Atkins,
EaBt Las Vegas; Ureeley W. Whitford and
son, Denver; T. W. Skipwith, Robert H
Woods, St. Louis; J. M, Hale, St. Joseph
J. W. Schofltld, Albuquerque; A. M. Holt,
When it comes to table luxuries, we
have won the race for public patronage
and propose to hold it by giving our
patrons the best the market affords at
living prices. We invite y-our attention
to our stock of green grooeries, fresh fish,
aressea ana live poultry, butter, eggs,
pure, kettle rendored, leaf lard, hams aud
breakfast bacon, genuine full cream
cheese, etc. THE MODEL.
NEW MEXICO NEWS.
nculi, md hnlr, nothing In the whole world In H
elfttimiiig, purifying, aud boautlfyiuy us
prroat find nweetcnt for toilet, bath, and nursery .
For diflMTRflina facliil eruption, Irrltntioiia of
tlio ncAlp, dry, thin, and fi.llinif hulr, red, rollKh
liitmln, charing;, InllHmmntions, nnd simple buby
ruKbcs and lilumiBhea, HI wonderful.
Sold tlirAtmrintit the wnrlil. fbla greater than the com
Dined Mlt nt atl nttier skin unapt. lOTTt:ll Jliuu Aau
UHEM. Ciinr., Hnlr I'rnpii.. Hiiaton, II. H. A.
" Uow ttt I'urify aud UeautKy llaby Skin," frea.
The next case to be tried in the distriot
court at Las Vega is that of Luznro
Abeytia for the killing of his wife and her
Mrs. A. M. Blackwell and family will
return from St. Louis and spend the sum
mer months in Las Vegas, they having
rented the Wiloox oottage on Seventh
The rumor that Juan Miguel de la
Cerda, the alleged Brazilian count, had
been "waylaid, beaten and shot to death"
by a party of unknown men who had de
coyed him from a house he oooupied near
lajique, proves to nave been a fabrica
C. 3. Reynolds and J.A.Stinson started
west this morning to bny 16,000 head of
sheep for the firm of Reynolds & Berg,
gren. This firm anticipates handling
eu.uiju to 6w,uuo neaa tbis season, whioh
they expect to ship to Nebraska this fall.
Prosecutor Long closed his argument
for the proseontioe. in the Chavez mur
der case, last night, and after the judge's
charge, which means the gallows or acquit
tal, the jury retired at 10 o'clock and thiB
afternoon returned a verdict of murder
in the first degree. Las Vegas Optio.
F. C. Rogers was in Las Vegas Yester
day morning from the Trout springs coal
mine and reported that another vein had
been struok, twenty-two feet below the
first one, and that they have in this vein
thirty inches of as fine coal as was ever
mined. The success of the Trout springs
mines now seems assured beyond a per
adventure. Deputy Sheriff Lewis last evening re
ceived a telegram from Sheriff Littrell,
of Colfax, N. M., that the Assyrian, Kalul
George, who last week stole $250 worth
of clothing from his brother, Y. George,
in this eity, had been oaptared and was
held at Springer. The goods were re
covered at Maxwell City. Lewis will go
after the man. Trinidad Advertiser.
In the oase of Nanoy M. Wheelook vs.
Jesse M. Wheelook, chanoery for divoroe,
a ueoree was entered modifying tne terms
of the former decree as to the alimony.
The defendant is ordered to pay $400 per
annum in monthly installments on the
10th day of eaoh month. At the expira
tion of five years he is to pay to com
plainant $3,500. Personal security was
required for the payment of the $100 per
annum. Albnqaorque Citizen.
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MOST PERFECT MADE.
pure urape i.ream 01 1 artar rowder. Tree
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
DAVID F00TE SELLERS.
.-w Mexico's First Graduate from
Annapolis iH a Full KuNign in the
Xavy His Appointment A
The New Mexican is pleased to be able
to announce that David Foote Sellers,
the first person to graduate at the United
States naval academy from New Mexico
has been appointed an enaien in the
United States navy.
Alter obtaining Brett rank in a compe
titive examination, in which all the young
men ot Mew Mexico had an equal show,
Mr. Hellers, tben residing at Santa Fe,
was appointed as a cadet to Annapolis by
ueiegiue doBepn in iyu.
His career at the naval academy did
credit to the territory, as he graduated in
i;h standing nlth in a olass of forty
seven, and was a "star cadet" (one having
an average of 85 per cent or over) during
his entire course, lie was also a oadet
officer during his first olass year.
After graduation, Cadet Sellers served
his two years' cruise neoessary to com
plete the six-year oourse on the United
States steamship New York, part of the
time in oharge of the gun deck and part
of the time as assistant navigator. At
the expiration of his cruise, he with the
rest of his class (except four who had
joined the construction corps) took his
tiual examinations at the naval aoademy,
paBBing with honors, his final class stand
ing being number two. Engign Sellers
will spend his two months' leave at the
home of his parents at Fort Sill, Okla.
Snn Juan All Itight.
At a meeting of the San Joan county
Democrats at Farmiugton on the 23rd of
May, Wm. Locke and John C. Hubbard
were ohosen delegates to the territorial
Demooratio convention. It was "resolved
unanimously that the above named dele
gates are instructed to vote for delegates
to the national Demooratio convention at
Chicago who advocate the free and uu
limited coinage of silver at the ratio of
16 to 1 without waiting for the action or
consent of any other nation."
CLOSING OUT SALE
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS
From to-day for the next thirty
days I shall offer the entire stock
of drugs and fancy goods, com
prising a full and complete stock
of everything to he found in a
nrst-ciass drug store, located in
tne t'atron liloek and known as
the NeAvton Drusr Store, at net
cost for cash. This is a good op
portunity to hiiv anvthinff need
ed in this line at a price indu
cive. Out of town dealers in
drugs invited to call and inspect
the stock. Fixtures, includiuer
soda fountain, for sale.
GEO. W. H1CK0X.
Itcpublicnn National Convention, Nt.
Nt. l.ouis Juno 10.
The Burlington Route will sell, Jane 12
13 and 11, tiokets from Denver to St
Louis nnd return one fare for the round
trip. Tiokets on sale at all coupon sta
tions. Ask your agent for tickets via the
Burlington Route and travel by the great
through oar line.
Pure ice oream every day. Family or
ders solicited. MODEL ICE CREAM
til.KX MOUNTAIN HOI MK
Now open and ready to receive sruests.
xms commodious notel is situated twenty
miles north of Glorieta on the Pecos
river and oan boast of the finest moun
tain soenery and tront fishing for the
amusement of its guest in the Rockies.
For rates or information of any kind
address DR. WM. SPARKS. Prop-
Gloneta, N. M.
Since the death of the veritable, well-
liked old-timer, Major Arthur Morrison.
his daughter, Mrs. Digneo, whose husband
met with a violent death at the normal
eohool building, some month ago, has
lost twe ohildren, a little bor a few davs
ago, and a little girl this morning. Verily,
death is abroad in the land, and unusual
and most grievous fatalities are occurring
iu some iamiues in tms community.
Las Vegas Optio.
0. S. Department ot Aqbioultubi,
WaUTHIB BUHJSAU OFFICE OV OBSBRVIB
Sauta Fe, J line. 2 189
SILVER FILIGREE JEWELRY,
I Oil mAJk
H i b 1 1 in xsr MJmxm&t
Diamond mountings of all kinds and settings made to order by
first-class workmen and at reasonable prices.
Do not fail to look over the new line of leather belts and combined
pocket-books ornamented with sterling silver.
West Hide of Pln.u,
SANTA FE, N. M
IS NOW PBEPABED TO PILL OBDEBS FOB
Artistic, cheap and the most
enduring monuments made
IN ALL lKSKiiNN
PRICKS TO 8HT TUB Ti ll ICS.
White bronze is manufactured in au unlimited va
riety of designs including everything that is popular
in monuments and stutuury, both in large and small
White bronze is not an experiment; it has been iu
use for hundreds of years in Europe, and about
twenty-five years in this country and is not affected
by the elements.
White bronze is not porous, has no fissures, will not
crack, will not absorb moisture, does not become
moss-grown, inscriptions will remain legible, holds
its color aud is indorsed by scientists as everlast
ing. White bronze is much cheaper than granite or mar
ble. I have hundreds of designs to select from. Call
and see them before placing your orders.
I also handle wroitght-iron fences of every descrip
tion, for private residences and cemeteries.
FIRST NATIONAL BANI
Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Designated Depositary of the United States
R. J. Palen -
J. H. Vaughn
- WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Flour, Hay k Grain.
Store-room formerly occupied by
S- Wedeles, Lower 'Frisco St.
Montezuma Lodge No. 1, A.
F. & A. Laj Regular com
mtuiicutionairst Monday in
each month at Masonic Hall
ittt V. 30p. m.
W. E. Ghiffin,
Santa Fo'Chapter No. 1, H. A.
M. Regular convocation second
Mommy in each mouth at Ma
sonic Hall at 7 :30 p. m.
P. . Hahroun,
T. J. CURBAN,
Santa Fe Council No, 8
K. ft . M. Regular con
vocation second Monday
in each month, at Musonlo
Hall at 8:30 p. m.
Max. Frost. T.I. M.
Ed. E. Sludeh,
Santa Fe CommandervNo. 1.
K. T. Regular conclave fourth
luuiiuny 111 euuu iiiuiiiiii ab mm-
Bouic Hall, at 7 :30 p, m.
W. S.HARKOUN, E. C.
T. J. Curb an,
Maximum Temperature 72
Miillnillm TemunriLturn . Ki
Total Precipitation 0.00
ti. u. HiBSBT. Observer
HOITIIKAHT CORNER Pl.AKA
The finest assortment of every- THE
thing pertaining to the latest ONLY
styles, shapes aud patterns kept Pt,AVK
In rtoek for yon to select TO
from. Satisfaction guaranteed OUT A
and prloes moderate. Cull ear- HT MMII
lyuiid examine for yourself. HAT.
Miss A. MUGLER.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Ooronado Camp No. 8, Woodmen of the
World, meets on the leoond Thursday
evening of eaoh month at 8 o'olook, in
Aztlan hall, I.O.O.F. Viditing sovereigns
are fraternally invited.
J. B. Bbadt, Consul Oomdr.
Addison Walsh, Clerk.
Ground Oats, Peas, Wheat, Corn
and Chicken Feed a Specialty
BEST WINTER APPLES t&00 OWT.
Reaaer Bide - Don ttaapar Ave
IS HOW IH TH1 HANDS OV
V. S. SHELBY.
No expense will be spared to make
it a first olass house in all its fea
Clothing Made to Order
Varrjr a full and seleot Una of HATM,
CAPS, HLOVn ote., and every
thine found In a flrit-daaj establish
SOLI AGBHT FOB
Lemp's St. Louis Beer.
ALE. HINDU OV HINKUAL WATKB
The trade supplied from one bottle to a
oarload. Mail orders promptly
filled. .... .
GUADALUPE ST. ... SANTA FB
TAI I DIDTOId regard to trans
I UUKIq I exportation to the
upper Peeos river,
address J. W. HARRISON.
Clorleta, N. Ml.