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SANTA FE WEEKLY GAZETTE.
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING." Volume XI. SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, JUNE 26, 1869. Number 3. bberthtnunts Dbtrlistmtiits. dcttistmtnts. ltrtistmtnt! A REMARKABLE CAIC ri'BUsniD iratr utoroit atoaxiso at ANTA FE, NEW MEXICO. JOHH T. RUSSELL, Editar aaá Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, fnyalie in idvana, mtkmtaupiim. Obi Copy, one year, fix months, . . J M . 1 M three TMMS or DFríTISlWO. Out square, tut Insertion, Kick subsequent Imertlon, .waiialn. .souare II M 100 Advertisements Inlioth languages, doubl. Yearly atortl.ements Inserted.. Ub.ral terms. JOB WORK Don. with dispatch, and ta the latest style of rri' delivery. Payment required Ibr all Job work on SPIEGELBERG BROS., IMPORTERS end Wholesale nd Retail Dealers In MERCHANDIZE SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO. Keep eon.tnr.Uy on hand a taw ,f.tapP. d r-ff'Bri - O00.&, CI Wng, Booti ind aheee, """"'i Hardware. Queeaware, etc. etc. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. i i..Mn Wstofore existing be- tween the undented ha. this . ol.nl bv the withdrawn! of C. W. Ada m Moor. A W " . Mitchell d.r the Styl. .d Pirra of W.H. Moore Co. All i el its due H Moore, Adam. 4 Co. will be pa id hi w H. Moore Co.. .ndalldebts .hi. W. H. Moore, Adami A Co. will be paul W. H. Moore A Co. W.H. MOORE, ADAMS A CO. mr l!iox, N. M., July 1, 1M7. 5o. U. tr. I. B. r.l.KINS. ATTORNEY AT lAf , SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO. Will practice la all the Cottrta of Law and Equity In the Territory. Prompt attention given to the collection and prosecution of clalnu. , JOHN L. WATERS ft CO. VH0LESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS . IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, PINOS ALTOS, N. M. No. 11. tf. R. H. TOMPKINS, ATTORNEY AT LAW , 8anta Pe, N. M. Strict and prompt attention will be given to all business In the line of his profession that may be entrusted to uis care, No. . IV. AMERICAN HOTEL -SHERIDAN, KANSAS. This Hotel la newly built and fitted up In .v.. va !., .ml most aDoroved style. At tached to the 110TIX there are Restaurant ""ihe'travcllng public will nnd It to their ad vantage to put up at this 1IOTEL. Opposite iui R. R. Depot, South Side. WILLIAM CONNER. No. 4-l y. T. H. HOPKINS Attorney at Law, 8A.KTA FE.NEW MEXICO, WIU practice In all the Courts of the Ter. rltoryand give prompt attention to allbusl ksu entrusted to his care. No. W-tf. W. V. B. WARDWEIi, MERCHANT AND QEttEBAL DEALER FOTIT CRAIG. N. M. CHARLES EM1L WE3CHE, WHOLESALE V RETAIL DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. LAS YEOAS, A', St No. 4. if. Z. STAA11 6tB1Hi , NEW AND DESIRABLE OO-Hís, ; Adapted for thin and the ('hihti:.liii;.iii;',UN, consisting of a .urge assortment o. COTTON GOODS, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS und SHOES, HATS, HARDWARE, GROCERIES, CHINA WARE, MINING IMPLEMENTS, 4c. 4c, Can alwayi he found at Z. Staab Pro's. It helmr our Intention to continue at all apa. Bona, with the lowest prlcos, our racllltlea be ing such a to defy competition, we will niaka it an extra inuucmeni lornicrcii.iiw, iuiuukii out our Territory to purchase at our house, and solicit but one call for continual patron. age. n dw . in i. non 0 1 A Al, a. pnu. No6tf JOHN F YOUNG, ATTORNEY AT .'. SANTA FE, N.M. No. 16-tf. UN!0 BREWERY, AT SJPELLO, NEW MEXICO. TTavfnn- rumnvpii mT Brewerv from Gfllnn drirmn to Síiprlló, and liavlng set it up nufn new in best stylo with many linprovrmcnti, I am now able to eupply my customers and every order with an exuolluut quality of Lag- troeer anu Aie. Proprietor, No. 5. 6m. A. CLARK, MERCHANT TAYLOR, Santa Fe, Kew Mexico. Tfas received from the States one of the best :KlTytrket;t,C'"I,'S style as any wncre in tne aune, i ii-unn. inun i distance will receive csnocini iittcntliili. SHOP-Abovc the KxcUange Hotel, No. 61. tf. DRUGS! DRUGS! JACOB KRUMMECK. DRVOHIST, Santa Fe, New Mexioo i Keeps constantly on hand a well SELECTED ASSORTMENT OF 1?R 17QTT nmiftQ MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, DYE-STUFFS, TRUSSES, BRUSHES, COMBS, PERFUMERY, FANCY ARTICLES, etc. Also pure Liquors for Medical purposes, and a targe assortment of all the leading PATENT MEDICINES. Patronage it solicited, and the public can rely upon getting a good article at a fair price. IfsT Physician's prescriptions carefully compounded. No. 8. ly. LUMBER, LUMBER. A full assortment of lumber always on hand at the "Rlcon Saw Mill," Hincón del teco l0l M, JUDULTn. N. 41. U. SANTA IE GAZETTE PLAIN AND FANCY OSTERS, ;ÍAHB BILLS. I LETTER HEAD, rm ' IE ADS, i TARÍN, INVI TATION CARDS, PROGRAMMES, bail y tickets, BOOK WORK DONE! IN THE BEST STYLE AND WITH dispatch! THE GAZETTK OFFICE offcn Induce- menU to tho public for having I OB paiHtms Done that are not equaled by any other office In the Territory. ALL ORDERS From ft dlitance executed with the same dU- patch and upon the Mine terma at they would bo if tba party orderiji; were present. OUR TERMS An Moderate and Dive Entire Satisfaction, A FULL SUPPLY Of material and stationery cormtantly on hand to enable us to ao ALL KWM OF WORK!!! THE GaZETTE ku Uw Urieal drntaltM of aay paper k Ike Terretery, and b the best BMtthui for UnrUflof. lates reav tonabit. LUIS OOLD, ABRAHAM GOLD. LI 19 GOLD it SOIV, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDIZE, Main Street, Santa Fé, JV. M. Kcepeonstantlyonhandaful. assortment of DRY UOOUS, UltUUtKIES, QCEF.SSWARE, HARDWARE, CLOTHING, BOOTS A SHOES, LIQUORS. Ae. Ae, Kl.olllt. Thcv manufacture and keep in store the best nuiillty orsiipcrnnernmllytlolir, which is fliiiii.bcil at lowext marked prices. CUSTOM WORK. Wheat will be ground for customers at Vt cts. per tiinega delivered at the mill, and $1 per fanega when delivered at the store. Santa Fe, August 18, 1907. No. 10. ly. HEKKT SIUCKT, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR At Law SJ.VTJ Ft, JV M., Strict and nroinnt attention will be given to all business In the line of his profession that mav lie entrusted to nim. No. 1. ly. E. ANDREWS, Successor to BYERS and ANDREWS, DEALER IN OGLX8H, SWISS AND AMERICAN WATCHES, JEWELRY, FANCY GOODS, AC Particular attention given to MulttKtur. log Mexican Strlesof Jewelry, Waivhtwand jweiry caretuiiy ncpaireo. Ml orders by mail promptly attended to, and utisraction guaramcoa. baa í a i a EXCHANGE HOTEL, THOMAS N'DONALD, PnprUltr, SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO. No.4". tf. Millinerjr aod Ureal Making. MISS M. M. DAVIS would announce to the Ladies of Santa Yi and vicinity that sho hai opened a MIl.l.lNF.ltY and DllRSS MAKINU ESTABLISHMENT on Utopian at present south of Dr. Andrews' Store, where she will he pleased to see all who may need anything in bur lino of business. She linn lust received a tine stork of RIB- Hi INS, L.VIKS, HATS and BONNETS of all stvles and the very latest In the market. no. 01. it. GREAT WATER CUKE, MAIN STREET, SANTA FE, jV. AT., ELECTRO & CHEMICAL VAPOR BATHS. WHY WILL YOB SUFFER. The Vipor Bnthi are a ipeHflc, for Hheu matirim, either chronic or fnñiniinatory. FEMALE DISEASES, Retention oft he mensa; luprennion of; pain ful and imperfect: immoderate flow of; de rline of. TheHO disoa are prlmipully i-auHed irom a mttfaseu aute 01 me woiiid aud in many instance from 0 to IS of the Va nor Uatha have efforted a cure, Amongst the many caici of thin Vtnd we navoaiienaca in nantrot noi in one inai ance have we failed. PARALYSIS. This disease Is often cured with the Electro A Chondral Vapor Baths. If you wish to en- loy long life and good health take Courtier's Klei'tro Chemical Vapor Baths, these Baths have been indorsed by all the Leading Facul ty ol the world as a prcveuuve against au epi demics. lint and Cold Rathe for Cleaning purposes always ready. Mingle llath II Oil single vapor until, o tw One course of 12 Baths with medicines and medical attention, M 00 Troprielor, no. ae. u. MAIL LINE. OP COACHES FROM MAXWELL'S RANCH TO THE Moreno Mines. The undersigned will runa Try-Weekly Line of Coaches from Maxwoll's Ranch to the Moreno Mines, connecting with the Tri weekly Mall (rum tho Knst, and will leave Maxwell's Kanch immediately after the arri val of the Coach from the Kast. The utmost attention will be given to the comfort of passengers, and the line will he tinner the immediate control 01 u, i;ua (IKIIVK. Hates of passage and freight moderate, and will cnnimi'iice to run on tne iDtn aay 01 Jan. uary, A. v., lew. v oiira.ii i m I'Vr. Proprietors, No. 30. tf. T. r. CONWAY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO. Anv business, In the line of his profession entrusted to him will receive prompt am strict attention. Coliectlou ol claima espo dally. no. i. u. Justice, Batmaa JtCa. WOOL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 112 South Front Street, PHILADELPHIA. New Mexican Wool Is manufactured almost exclusively in Philadelphia, and we can get higher prices than any other marges. tyon slgnments solicited. REFERENCES Rorekt Campbeix A Co. , St. Louis. Fehht National Rahk, Philadelphia. No. 45. ly. CHURCHES. Presbyterian Church, Rev. D. T, McFar. land, raster, service, every eaDoain iv r A. M., and? l-l P. M. Babbath Hchool 21-3 o'clock every Sabbath. Weekly Pray. ermoetlng and Lecture Wednesday Evening, moi No, t. ly. 1 1 HARNESS FOR BALE 1 1 Alrtv Mtmnlete setts, (chain traeeal fi mule teams, seoond hand, but In good repair. for sale in lots to sun, ny tne unuemgnea VnrtOilff. . M. Wm. V. B. WARDWELL, No, 0. tf. EAGLE WORKS Manufacturing Co. P. W. GATES, PntJtnt. Orrici, No. 19 Canal Btiht Chicaoo, Manufacture Portable and Stationary STEAM ENGINES A BOILERS, Rock Brcaxibs, Stamp Milu, minino machinery, MILL FURNISHING. Saw Mills, Hour Mills, Casting, Shafting, j raru oi MACHINERY GOT UP TO ORDER. The Lelfel double Turbine water wheel will furnished where water power eon be used. All letters addressed to J. J. Blanchard, man A Co., Santa Fé, N. M., will receive prompt attention. AO. 1 AT. TO WHOLESALE DEALERS, New Arrivals! New Goods 1 1 TEN PER CENT. ADVANCE ON EASTERN COST. J. E BARROW & CO., FORT UNION, NEW MEXICO, ARE RECE I WO OVER 100 TONS or AS SORT ID It KRC II AN DIM ofoverrdeacrintton. and to which they in ite tne attention or wnoiexaie ueaiera tUrouKhoutthe Territory. We will sell DiiiH oi xw ami over, tor tne Cauli, at 10 per cent, advance on eastern cost adding the iVelght. uur HOCK in me mom compioie in mo mr ritory , and of the best quality , and guarantee to give satisfaction. J. A. UAKUUVt c w. No. 5 tf. NOTICE TO rENSIONEUS. Notice ts hrrebv irtven that the followtnir named U. H, pfliiHloiiers have been transfer red Irom the Agencies at St. Louts, Ho., and Washington City to the Agency at SnntaFe, and that thpy will hitrnaftcr nmko appllcution fur, and receive their pensions from me at the omiwotuio Us o, jUuposiiary, souui siaeoi uit nana. Francisca A. Duran. Dorotea A arcon. Ma- nuelltu ItiiHipics, llernurda Narango, Mirlad Martin, Marta injoren rraua, isoroiea Home ro, Dolores A. Hnyel, Ramona Valencia, J. B. Shaw and William Anderson. JAMKS L. CULI.INH, Pension Agent. No. 7. tf. SOUTHERN OVERLAND U. S. MAIL AND EXPRESS LXNEl FROM SANTA FS, N. M., TO EL FA80, TEXAS A TUCSON, A. T. ' nilim nuiii-o ii ui inwum i, ictipi, a weekly four horse 1'ainenger Coach, leaving 1 IT 111 M.la. n-Aok.a la 14MI7 santa e t every mnmiay morning, on tne arn connecting at El Paso with the Chihuahua and .'inn Antonio stage Line; at Menina witn tne Tucson and Loe Angeles California weekly une making a CONNECTED PASSENGER LINE From Denver and tho flutes, via Manta Feto San Antonio, Texas, Mexico and California, witnoutueiayorpaHengersonino roau; in weekly coaches from Santa Fé to Albuquer one. Fartlriilar attention paid to express matter and comfort of pasnengcrs. sjt uoacnea leave ai raso ana i ucson every Friday for Santa Fé. GEO. W. COOK, 1 p.---!. J. M. 81IAW, 'JPNPto rlT Business letters can he addressed to J, M. H11AW, Hants Fé, or GEO. W. COOK, Hculila, A. JB. No. 19. tf. New and Cheap Good WHOLESALE AND RETAIL On the Drat of May we will be In receipt of .large train of Merchandise, consisting of an extensive and carefully selected assortment of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and Qroceriea of every description. It Is our Intention to open the Wholesale Spring Market at tho lowest living figures, and mak. It an Inducement for merchants throughout the Territory to make their pur chase at our House. SPIEdEI.nKHO, BROS. Santa., N. M., April 15, WW. No. . tf. mtmt rmtmtt m Cr-aw-Trtfe Struger Thai ricttM. From the Detroit Fre Prtu.J FuriUme timet, with tWr atUodaol Ehost-Min and witoh-burnlng horrors, ava to lo? linca Dftased wav that oolr the uaUttarid rtrlvt the Ulsa over tb lonf ambara of th dyinj evanlnr flrav Tht- oaunwa nousea or tonar are oat vo play things cf th midalght wind, and the piosta seen now and then are flesh and bleod to the touch of the inoredulous. But that peo- Sle aaay be warned of impending evil I reto, or that the nerroua system may te legraph to the brain the danger Uat beeel absent friends, has been so ofUn demostrat ed that many firmly believe the theory, If theory H may be termed. On Tuesday evening last Barnard Bolfe, a German farmer, residing about nine milea from this city, on the Fontiao road, had business with ft hardwire Arm on Wood ward avenue. He had a German laborer ta , his employ named Henry Arties, end him Mr. Bolfe left at home busy with the team, and procured a passage in with ft neighbor. It was about 6 o'clock in the afternoon when Rolfs left his home, and, as it was unders tood that the neighbor would not return be fore the next day, the family, consisting of wife and three small boya, Knew that tney would be alone with the hired man for the night Arties was a comparative stranger to them ell, having been at work for two weeks only. He was a quiet and peace- able-appearing man, and spent his leisure hours by nimseir, never indulging in con versation when not directly appealed to. Still, neither Kolfe nor wife found fault or even had occasion to suspect that the labor er was other than what he seemed. On his arrival in the cilv, Mr. Kolfe per il ally concluded his business with the mer chants, and engaged lodgings t ft hotel on Lamed streets. About 9 o'clock in the ev ening, while sob tod in the office smoking, Mr. Kolfe relates that he bocan to tremble and feel nervous shocks, which so increased that in a short time he could scarcely hold his pipe between his teeth. Ue walked sev eral times across the room, went into the open air, but the feeling did not in the least pass away. His thoughts kept recurring to the laborer at home, and he celled to mtna the features of Arties, and the hitherto un- . auspicious fact that he had several timet caught him noerlng about the room, where a bureau whs stnniling that contained tho herd earned dollars that were to go toward putting an addition Qn the bouse as soot, as a few more could he added to them. At 10 o'clock Kolfe decided to go home. He was laughed at by his no.Kbbor, who told Mm that the feeling was the first, symptoms of cm 1 1 ie?ur; none weuia go nome noxt day and find everything had passed olt peaceful ly. Kolfe hesitated for sometime, but at last started for home on foot, promising to ' return in the morning on horseback in time to secure tho balance of his things before the nolghbor should be wanting to return home. He reached home about midnight, awakened his wife, and to her expression of autonishment could say nothing only that be felt that he ought to return. Inquiring as to Arties, the wife replied that lie had performed the farm "oh oses," 'as usual, re mained shout the bouse for a while, and then informed her that, the night being warm, be would sleep In the barn. Kolfe passed through to the kitchen, where ho tound a window up that looked directly on the barn-yard. His wife was certain that she had shut all tho windows on retiring. As they stood for a moment looking out, they saw the barn door awing open, and Arum ivmi uut one or tne norias, ai they watched, he led the horse throuch the ntM. and, going to the front, they saw that ho had tied the animal to the door-yard gate. Kolfe Immediately opened the door and walked down to the gate. He was within ten feet of Arties when the latter espied him, and, giving utterance to an oath of ingry astonishment, immediately fled down the road. Kolfe pursued him for some 40 or 60 rods, and then gave up the chase. On returning to the horse-block, the gleam of steel caught his eye, and he picked from it an ugly-looking naked sheath-knife. The open window, the pretense of sleeping in uv vni( uis uurn ami amis, an went to prove that Arties was a vlllian, and Intend ed to have robbed the bouse, even If he had not made use of the murderous knife. Tho facts are given exactly as narrated by Mr. Bolfe himself, and the reader Is fraabi Judge of the truth or absurdity of the pres an limen t. On Friday, Arties had not re turned to the neighborhood, neither bad tho slightest, cue to his whereabouti been dis covered. Where the West Is. Tho Chicago Tribuiu aajl: nillA.A I. n 1 . W.i . 1 . Eastern city. It la only 00 miles to the Atlantic coast, while It Is 2,860 mile, to tb. Faciflo coast. Dividing th. Union into eut, centre, and west, each division liabout limMllu.u. ink..... j,., i ..: .,.w .tiu.. iin wutflrn aiviston will embrace all th. States lying out of the Mis sissippi rlvar; th. oentral, all th. States and Torritorlas between th. Mississippi tnd tb. ..uv7 ..ni-i.i nú vii. western, .11 th. ritates and Territories between th. Kooky MounUins.ndth.Pacilo.out, Bomawhat th. largest of tiies. three grant divisions ks th. central And, utonlshing as it may appear lo thosa who have not mamlnad th. r, 1 o L ""ry lying wut or the Kocay Mountains contains u many 7 , i w...irT mini in. Mis sissippi river, notwithstanding this oomriri- uuu.ii.rii, an oi ui, Hniiiad th. OlO "Nn.lh.Ml " fitm . th. PacWo Rallwav lias changad th. former ... mu, ass. .no lanirai, and moved u West 1,200 miles toward th. setting sun. Th. actus West consiste of California, Oregon. Wuhington, Nevada, Ariaoni Utah, Montana. Wyoming, and th. major portion ol Uolorado and New Heilco. It is nam w re.ua. the truth that Chicago la an Eastern cilv, and that Illinois la not ..en a Central, but is an Euttrn Slate. Omaha, which hasalwavs been rcirsrded as on tb. it" ' m "far West,' Is In rut 160 miles out of th. nutre ofth. Unlonl n a are not sii.i,.l.ajt i.UBUnu .k.a.i.. cltiuns of thai enterprising litllo piso. ,M.nl ,1.1-., I . l .. n ... .utrMtauun oi Mine in tna rar . Lisbon, this Isa tolerably long ;knirv, i,ni El lo West, and whan t; M 0 iiiim, is '-absnrlwd" II,. diitano. will i, equally as groat from Korth to joutb.