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r JOBS T. KTISELL, 1 '
IDITOt JXD rsopitnoit. ' lalareUjr, September 35, 189. Taledtctorf. Having nade arrangements for the sale of tee Qaaetle oesripaper and Jo offl o to our lit Collector of Internal Rerecue, A. P. rJolllran, Eiq., this will be the lul Utui of the Qaiette ia which I will appear u editor end proprittor. la retiring from the position which 1 have iU before tht public in tliil Territory for w many jeere, I foot tout it would bo ungra teful la nut to do so without eipretslng In tht moot sincero terral tht obligations which Iowoto the nnmerous ftlondi who have to noblv and generously extended mo tíelr aid, sympathy tnd encouragement in tht houri of trill tnd who have in tht tine of triumphs rejoiced In our mocees. Tea years sino I oimi among tbii people in tntirt itrtngor tnd I mtrt youth In ex perience, ctiling my lot among tbt ptoplo tnd determined Ibttifwith industry and honest effort I could secure their apnroba- tion It thould bt dont even if my labors should not bt ttttndod wiih tlit pecuniary iiieteit that might otbern iso bt locurtd. In pursuing this objtot my labors have been unremitting tnd dnnlljr roeultcd In the full urtof mjr bnlth toiucb tn extent ti to re quirt reel, t cbtngt of climate tnd acenarv and luch dlreriioa as will relievo the tuiad and bodj from uro and toil. Tbii I am ad Tiled to teok in tht Sutei, and thit impelí tbt leptralion, which I now reluctantly announce, from tht generoui public and the many kind perional frlendi wilb whom 1 have bttn auoclaled. Whatever may bt my fate in tht future, fond rtcollectioni will cluetor around tbo pleutnt portion of my life spout in New Veiico and should a kind s'rovidonceso orlaln It that my health and energies ihul! be restored I hope to return speedily and take up my abodt In the Territory. Should It bt otherwise and should tbo afflictions with which I am suffering prove permanent and beyond the reacb of human skill and the recuperative powers of a weak physical organisation I humbly submit to tlio die- pensatlons of an All Wise Providence and this will be my last farowell to the good people of New Meilco. I leave you, friends, patrons and fellow citlsens,as I came among you, poor in purse but proud In spirit and If at this time I hare your approval and god wishes my ambi tion Is gratified In this respect and 1 will consider my time well spent among you. If in timet of eioitement in the discus sion of the merits of publle man and mens ures I have been led to the expression of Improper sentiments, It may be said that lhave only given way to weaknesses that tr Ink-.... I I .... mm, aim tnal 1 have been impelled by no desire todo Inten tional wrong to any ont and to no causo. My aim at a Journalist, lias been to advance tht gtntral interests of tbt Territory and if Individuals hava found Ihenxolves an obs truction to Ibis course the fault has Leen with them, or we differed in sohigh a degree in regard to what was proper to bo done in the premisas that each had to maintain his position before the public tribunal and sub' tolt to the vox populi. In closing my part In these contests I carry with mo no person al animosities and have no wrongs to aven- '.a. New Mexico and Iht popl of New Mcx Ico ilmll rir be cherished In my heart And If in tfa oourie of venta it mny lie my fate tobe onallod to do kind not IW them it will be dono moit cheerfully. .... é JOHN T. BUSS ELL. t&Gov. Pile started for the States on Monday morning last. During tho stay of a fjw weeks which be made among our people the Issued a General Order, a Proclamation and a Manifesto, three important papers which Instruct the people iu their duties to themselvee and to posterity, which we have Bo doubt will have a most salutary Influence and that before hi return, which Ooi grant any be soon, there will be many InJians killed, many schools established for the edu cation of the poor and the treasury filled to repletion with greenbacks. These are things that have been groatty needed In this country for many years, and there Is no estimating how long we would have remained without them had It not been for the providente! visit which our now Gov , ernor made us during tbe dog days of this year of Our Lord 1869. We may congratúlate ourselves that things has been put In motion and that there will be no let ap untlt Momothing is done fur our poor and neglected country although we may have to lament the untimely and un avoidable absence of our benefactor, rcgou rator and deliverer. May he lonj live to enjoy mftnj returns of the same. , BiX JfiouiCL CoLLjr:-It will U ien by rtferanc to the ftdvertiilng coin mm that tbo wlnUr itulon of San Miguel Collcgo In tbii clly will bo bejrun in ft ihort time. The Chriitltn Brothm who have lliii College in ohrge ojid who Impart Initruction to tho pupiU in ptrta in their profofilon and look carefully tothi mental and morifl train inj of thoM of tha youth of our Territory who may be pUoed ta their chargo. Wa ara pleaied to be abla to announoa the (trowing popularity of the Collage amone the párenla Ia our Territory wb ha ra children low adueatad and who appreciate the lm- portaaoa of adoration among tha riiiag cn- Tat CiiTwtt II will t He by nother article In tbii Iwue of tbe Grotto thai Umt will to a change in the nanagement af the paper, after tfali week, f In regard to tht particular of that chan ge we do not no atiume to tpoak, leaving onriacceMOf to make all necewary expla nation. In hii introductory to tbe readers of the paper. : To all lubacrlberi who have paid in ad vance the paper will be fumialied until the expiration of tbe termi for which they bare paid. Contracts for advertbina: which are not yet completed will be fulfilled by our succeaior, the tame as if there had been no change in proprietorship. We trait that the public will continue to award the Gazette the tame liberal patron- ace In the future that thoy have In th bait foelmg quite oonSdent M the incoming proprietor will gtve tnem a journal entirely worthy of tUir countenance and support UfirOn Friday morning somo of the At torney's arrived in the elty from Rio Arriba County. , , gvjT Judge Watt returned from Colfax County on Saturday last, where he had been in attendance on count ISTDiitrict Court has been In seiiioii in Rio Arriba County this week Chief Justi ce Palen presiding. Next week Court will be held in Snnta Ana County. tqyRead the advertisement "For Sale," in another column. ' ir?Ws learn that Secretary Perkins will arrive tn the Territory shortly and imume the duties of his office. This will bowel como news to tbe peojiloof New Mux ico. jpcSince our last Issue we have receivcJ no further reliable information f n regard to tbe election. "Collector Bullivftn ha been on an of flcinl vlíit to Las Togas during the week, lie returned to the city iu ThursJny's Coach., ; 1 Et-WTjoif: By reference to advertise mont in another column it will bo seen that thrre willbe held on the first Tuesday in October fin election for officers for tho Ar royo Hondo Mining nnd Ditch Co. for tho ensuing year. Interesting. It Is ejtimatod I lint six million basket, of tomatoes will bo mod for canning tliU fall by the canning factories of Philadelphia, Camden, Burlington, Moorcstown, Vine land, líridgeton and Stilcm. Tin Liquor Dealers' Association, of Washington City, propose the Rfepcmblirg of a National Convention, in that city, in December, to take measures for combating iu. T..kivliti Teiujiei ii new puny. At tho Chichatsabogue paper mills, near Mobil 1, Interesting experiments have been recently made, by which the fact isdemons- trated that a Hrst-rato paper can be made from the okra plant. Tni nuns of the Notre Dame Convent, at Montreal, will immediately erect a convent school building at St. Albans, Vurmoot, in which they will accommodate fifty boarders nnd also receive dny pupils. Om Tuesday last week, E. D. Johnson, near two and a half inilerj oast of Plymouth, liiehinnd County, caught a snake about all Inches In length, which had two perfect heads, two mouths, and four eyes. Gekciul ScnoriEi.D is in St. Louis per fecting arrangements for transferring his head quarters to that city. The iioudijuAr tors of the Seventh Cavalry will be rumovud from tho plains to Loavenworth. Jtrnaic Jkrb. S. Buck, of Pennsylvania, has brought suit In the sum of $25,003 aga inst the Loulsvillo and Nashville Railroad Company for the Injuiles sustained by him in an accident on that road, last summer. Tir vote of tho city of San Francisco is being recounted. The Democrats are confi dent the recount will show a majority for McCoPi'tx. ThotrilepeiidontB say Mc-Coi riv will nil be permitted to fill the o (lice. A cox í shaped kettle crusted with slate lias been found in a coal-bank, just above the coslbed, twenty-sis feet below the sur face; noar Knoiville, Iowa. Two others found with it were broken in Inking tlium out. Dcbiwo storm, last Saturday week, tho telegraph ofllce at Wait Liberty, Ohio, was viiited by a boll of lightning, which let fire to papera on the table, and, alio scorched thota hanging on the wall near the instru ment A HUumtR of the heit educated and mod promlilng young men of Lewiston, Maine, aro leArnlng all the detaili uf the manufac turing ttiiiiicM by pertotml labor in tlio rnrioui depart menU of tho mill in that city. , ,, r. 1 Pkmc AntrtfR had a fine reception, Monday,- at fit. John's, and attended a grand bt.ll, at which 8,000 ponoiu won preiunt, in the availing. A onrwT which hi tattled with a family In Pacota County, Minneiota, hai followed up their roiuqai through three States for ilxteea vean. Ii Is to bo a strong, heal thy ghost, but unlike iaU"ir'i ghost, is ieechli. A KVALt boy, sevon or eight yean ola, near Marlon, Iowa, has bean kept chained In a garret by hli parents for six months, and In such a state of starvation that be had to sat flioi. lie was reduced to a sítele- ton. almost. Being overhauled by the au thorities, the parante explained that the boy was subject to flu, and they were afraid be might annoy their nelghbon. Two babies were pitched out of a window on Front itreet, Hartford, Thursday, by an axcUed woman who had diicovered flrein the eloeat, but, fortunately, neither wen hurt Doe ticks' famous instructions didn't go quite as far as that i Ox Saturday, near Bucyrui, Ohio, an el- derly gentleman and lady attempted to drive across the railroad track ara train on the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Hall road was approaching, when their vehi cle wm shattered by tbe engine, the lady instantly killed, and the gentleman so badly Injured that his recover? wu thought ira posible. The Catastrophe iu the Mines. Detall of the IV nui)lvania Horror. The shaft is sunk In the side of a steep mountain, is 2'SJ feet deep, And 40 below tlio mountHin: inu a tunnel opuiitiitr into it, win is dug through tho mountain. Tim main gangways of the mines are nenrlv c:.st and we$t from tho shim, the first being about 1, 200fmitiii length, and tho latter about 800. liolli east and west the inclines are npwurd, nnd the gangways about ten feet in the uli'ar. The sidus of the shaft are lumbered with wooden fixtures. The great Wooden biiilil ing in which was the breaking machinery was iiiiinediulely upon the mouth, mid nil of this inilntmiiiilflf material was dry as tinder. If a ip'irlt of lire touched any of this wood anywhere, even outride Ihu 'niino, a great coñllagrntion wns inovitibln, nnd t nom-1 mutik'Htion to the interior of the shaft and mine aiiftdht cuttaln. To these facts mtut be mldod that the mine had no air-holes distinct from the shaft. , TUUSCKNg 07 HOHKOK. All ii confusion about the shaft, and as each car or biiskut comes U(, freilttud with its lifeluu cargo, there is always eouio one to discover tliht lie U "My husbndi 0, tio i!" "O, God! he is my brotíiur," ' He tí my Tath or," co., and after witnessing with their own eyes what cxperieii:ed wisdom failed ta make them believe., tln-v full prostrate to tliu ground, worn out nnd distracted at the cul mination of the nii?t agonizing calamity that oyer occurred in this country, ; ttitoine last motnent thuwivo?, child ron and rulutivc hoped aair.bt hope that tho doom in! mon might be found alive, but as ono blackened core aftur nnother was brought out, the loir inbs of tho women broke out into shrinks and wails of agnnv as tho v re cognized the remains of their friends, liven ni'in were not unmoved by the piteous spue facie, mid muny an eye was dimmed with tears as the I odiosof comrades, relatives find I'ridii'Js Wfro laid side by eiilo upon thu grnM. Tho men who wore enir.:red in fordn.-; their way hilo thu mino worked with untiring on-i ei'i'.y, ami, it any spur was ncudou, the ag onized entreaties of tho women oncoui'iiyed mem to Gttpermimftn oxm tinns. It was tad to see the little children cling ing to their motliem, and wailing in sympa thy with them. TUS 6CEXB AT KIGIIT. At dark the scene was n strnni-o one, For many miles up nnd down this LuAuiiftd val ley the irlaro of a thousand lights was seen. Tile vast quantities of hurtling coal at the breaker wuro covered with flioots of colored flams. Greit brawny men worked silently and constantly, and often in tears. At in tfvvnU a mother's wail came in on tho night air, as it did vcars no when dath once re iíínod in the Vulley of tho Wyoming. Long linos of men guarded tho-hoisting rope on chhnr el, In - u.t. r.. t. ina- ed to tlio duties assigned them. The volun teers ' were lowcrud by menns of machine workea by lioto power, lite hoisting ftp parnius is incited on tno ekvated piano at lite uiiitcr stiiu oi tno uraKor, ann on (tie plane below is the mouth of the shaft Here are lines nf miners extending back some dis tance. linn a descent isto bo ninue, word is given to the men above, and the brukjs are loosened. , ,,.. Tho order 'Silence!" U elvcn. and n tliou- sand men itnnd motionless. At lat the ropo slackens, and men there if another muse, whim the torn man looks at his watcb. )to, two, threo minutes nra passed, and fltill tlio silence continues. Nina minutes! "Upl up! uovs: flint ftwargoastho horse with a man at hi heel on tlio run. The ropo runs alow, ann Uiectri lor more speed is lie:irl at;aiiiann nain. At Ust honda up pear. "All ritilit!" is heard, a rush is made, and in a minute tho ww comers fall fainting into tho firms of thidr comrades. The protlrato forms nio borne away to the open air, where tlmy nro fanned and rubbed until life is restored. It 3 a üickiiní sight, but the brave men who have spent their life boncath tlm ground ut tnr not a word of complaint. Tlio news of "things below" is given in a whiapor, sent in Bhonti to the men nbove. a t mum Lit mist auk. Plymouth, September 8. Late In the af ternoon, an important discovery was made. Heretofore all efforts had been directed to uxtinuish the fire in the shaft, and after ward to Introduce air to purify tho ntmoi ph ore, under the misapprehension, as it sub sequently provod, that the fire in tbo furnace had been drawn out by the miners on the iir.t aUrm of fin, nnd that tlmv had after ward rc-trentwl to somH of the inner chum- bers. Now, it f'peared, front tho n-port of tho last relay thnt had descen'lod. that not onlv was th furnace found full of burning eont, but that the lire had communicated to , a ''beaver" of coal, vhh:h was then a blaz iu nniss therefore, the air that liad been in I tntiucflJ during the day, instead of ventil- ntintf tho mine, merely swept over this burli ng in rim en, and cumuii nil the (as and smoke j into the comer recedes of the mine. Ti.U alono, continued adit had been all dav. would cftiiio tha dcaih of everv immato of the mine, even If any had been fortunate enough to have been alive votteptav. A ch indo of operations was imimjdintely rlo cloed upon, ana it was ileterminen to make every exertion to extinguish the fire, nano further progress could be made until it was ftccompliajhitd. lioe was Immediately let down the shaft, nnd four men deicondod. Netting was heard from them for full twon- tv minulo", rnutintr erent anxiety Rinonc their friends; but at last they gavo the sig nal and wore hnulcd up. They reported that tliev could not nrrancn tho hose, owinir to the foul air, but that the Ore seemod to be dying out. ELECTION NOTICE. titaovo mido mm k ditch conrm. The stockholders of this Co., are hereby "i tilted, that oir the tlrnt Tuesday In October 'i' i general meeting will beheld, nt ñau Han utonionear Taos N. M.( at 3 o'clock 1. M". foV !he PlirP f electing ucw otllcers to hola ofllee n.. w'" ADOLPnCUTTMANN, rs'tA.H.M.,l'Co Ldcun Stew ait, . Seere'y pro tem, Femando de Taos, If. X., 8ept 18, 1869. Ho. 16 1 1. - f ' icriisraunTs.' " tácitísínunís. ' " " ; ;- For Sale. . r Tbe following anides are offered for sale at moderate prices : The New American Cyclopaedia 18 vols. Kent's Commentarifa. lilerkritone'B Commentaries, i ; i OreenleaPi Evidence. 1 Hrancrolt's History of tbe United Sutes, Webster's Unabridged Dictionary. Scuorif'i Nfunmn & Bartlell's Spanish Pmnotincinif Dictionary. , . . One bedstead and matrasncs. One Wardrobe nearly aew. tine Wahsstand. "'" ' ''" One Walnut Centre-stand. One Writing Cane., . . Persons wishing to purchase any or the above articles mny obt:iin particulars by en quiring at the Uazette OiUco. No. lC-t f. ; SAN MIGUEL COLLEGE,. SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, ThiBlnrtttutlnn directed by the Christian lirothers uiidurthe provtection uí Hm itov. Jno. U. Lninj' embraije.' tho Sp.inHli unJ Eng-ll-h hini((iuii;eíl tico-rapiiy, tin: Umj of iilo l), lli.ilurj,( Ariiln-hiotie, lioolc-kunpiiiit, I'diinalliil-', Kpixtolary iiiiiiikisiUuii, Alyu brn, (.iiuiiiulry, U.iit.urutujn, Natural PiÜotoiy, JiibmiMi'iiUl nd vojal muli', Pit:. Tbe government I a unlnn of mildness and ÜriRíief. o( iieiyy jhh! Itiiulnpi, a blund inir (ifiiatt-niul holiuiiuilp with fratuntnl svin- paihy : The result of whi.-li are uouteut- 1 lie monis iiuu euci'ai uupoi-uneni oi me HtH'tent are coiihtantly watched over the Brothers preside at their rcrreatioim, and their comfort and personal habit receive cv cry attention. Special care is bestowed en ti.u btcit. TERMS. Board and tuition per animuv $Ji)0.00 WiihhiiiK " , w.oo ,1'lano 00,00 drawing , 40.00 Germau " " bO.OO SO EXTRA CmRGKS FOB INSTIll'MESTA.L AM VOCAL MUalC. The ppwlon eommenecs on the 1st of Nov ember and terminates on the last Ttmrsduy OI AUJiUSt. T For further infernintlon apply to the pre;d' dcut. BltO. DOMITIAN. No. 10 S t. NOTICE. Pttrlnpr my absence from Hie Territory, tlolm YattH of the tlnn of John S. W nits & Son, in authorized to net as my n wit and Is empowered to receive and re ceipt for all sums of money that may be due nie on book account or otherwise. JOHMT. HUSiillLL. Santa Fk, fl. M., Sept. 17, lSliJ. Ko. 15-tf. .JOHNSON & KOCH- "VTe linvo nmv on liand a full assortniPiit of morrluindtse wliirh we pu:ir;intce to Hull as low us nnv house In th,1 Territory. Spoi'íiil UU'iitíon is invlteil-to our stock of iloolN mid Allocs, mini's unit nouioii's u i. oH',,r 1.H1V...ÍU. iH U.b Uf K..U.I. We hnve icceiveil itii'irtMtd'lilioliH to our slock hy tlio summer trein mid will be cott tttiintly rreeiviug new btipplies during the lall. ' JOIlNSOSi-ROCII. SantaFi.N. M., 8cpt, 1st 18ÜD. Ko. 14 tr. ,'. .'. , . .. FLOURING MILL FOE . SALE. The mi derailed otTers for sale his valuable llmirinir mill located about two miles from tbe l'laza of Santa Ko on .Santa Vé Creek. The mill hoiine, which h three stories high, and the machinery were creeled at great ex pense utui ore in tne iieHtrcoiniMion. There are two pair of burs with a capacity fo ftrlnd two hundred liine,','tw of wheat in twenty-four bourn. The smut and boiling apparatus) are complete nnd of the most upliruved patterns. Iu connexion with the mill (here are ten acres of good land, a dwelling house with cttflit rooms, fiable and outJuuixes. The water U conveyed from tlic trcek by a ditch that beloiürw to the propci'ty. Terms reasonable, l-orliiriher parlienlurs enquire of the underlgnod, Alain Street San ta K's LOl'IS GOLD. Santa Fe, August 18, 18 Jf), No. 11 t f. ' EDUCATIONAL, The next School year of "Santa F Collog in to Imtlitute" ope iu the tirt Mouduy of September 1m"i. l'irt cl;uü touehem are secured for the Col- legiütc and Music Deparimeuts, mid u i'iauo lor ineuD oi all music bcboiarH. Term will uu tiie same m lust year, D. l' Me FAULAND, J'rinei'iiiil. Saxta Fb, N. M.,1 AUgilbtU, loüií. J NO. 10 t fa INSURE YOUR LIVES. Natioxal Capital Lire tKiunAKct Compamv, CHARTERED BY CONGRESS, Deposited with U. S. Treasurer $100,000 It is a salo, sound, and secure Company. Full Information furnished by JOHN WATTS, Agent lor N. M. No. 10 t f. JOAB HOUGHTON. (Uto Associate Justice) ATTORNEY AND COUNCILLOR AT LAW, SJiWTJ FÉ, MEW MEXICO. Prompt attention will be glvln to nil hull- uu in the line of bis prole ill on. PkñnHül nttpntlon to the fllim? and adiust- lm? of nre-ehimion. hometcHd, donation nnd orivate land clolms in the ofllee of the fiuneyor General auU BoifUter af the U.. Land Ofllc. . . , . . . Mo. 4-H. ' - "' v .- RE-OPENING! Dr'.í. P, COUETIEB'8 INSTITUTE!! F03 TUS CUitE OF M ALADIES OF THE HUMiN BODY. The undersimied Hikes bleaetire Inaiiuoun- cinji to tbe cit liens r Santa i and to Lis friends throh''hotit the Territory, that he has leased, and tilted up iu comfortable style, a large and commodious houe on Main Street, Santa Fe, (known as Don GASPAR OUTJZ bmWing two doors below thhivh PhLUA 10'H titore, directly opposite ttUTIMANN, PKIEDM AN ft t'e. ,1 ror the accommodation of tbone who favor hlui with their putrou- A limited number of nntlnnts can be fur nished with rooms and boaidiu whilst they are under treatment, ami will he carefully nursed and attended to during their slay lit the Intitule. No pain will be spared to render till who place themselves under hU treatment as comfortable as circumstances will pitimlt. The Vapor Baths are a specific, for It lieu matisui, either chronic or liulaininatory . FEMALE DISEASES, Retention of the menso; supression of; paiiiluland imperfci-.t; immoderate How of: decline of. 'J'hese diseane aro principally caused frofti a disenKedstaie of the womb, and in many instances from to li of the Vapor iiaths have eii'octed a cure. ' AmoKüst the many canes f this kind we have Hended in Santa F, uot in one installed have we lulled. t PARALYSIS. Tliis disease Is often cured with tho Kleetro (;lieiuleal Vanor liaths. lfvouwisb to eti iov irmirlife and eood health take COt;K- I tKlt bhlettroLiiemieai nirar ifatiM. liietifl llnttwbuvo been indorsed by all the Lending i- acuny or uie worm as a preventivo agamia all enidetni Hot nnd Cold Baths for Cleaning pnrposcH. nhvavs remlv. Single Bnth, S10 HlnVlo Vapor Bath, 0 th) One course of VI limbs with medicines and medical attention, $r0 00 Dr. J. P..COrKTIKR, Proprietor. Santa Fk, June 20, 186D. . iio.a-tf- Jonx S. Watts, Jons Watts. (Lit. Chitfjuttiet,) '. Com. o llitdt.). , J. 8. WATTS it SON, ' Attor's at Law, SVAVr.? FÉ, NKIV MKXftO. Prompt Attention will be given to all busl nos iiuniatt-d to our cure, No. 10-11. JOHN & M. M'GEE, ARCH1TE0TS AND BUILDERS. riansanit specifications ftirnMied for all kinds of public and privato biiildiugH. Contracta of public and pmate building tauen in eiuier uncu or sioue. MouumenlH and Tomb ütoucacut ami cree Led. 4- . - Alo mills, furnaces, smeltM's and desul pliitrizerí erected.' Stone cellars and foun dations mil m, U oi'Loi thc above dciciiption taken hi any part oil nc icrruory. Addieis aswbove, Santa F, l'ost Olticc Box ii;l. Xo. 23-t f. GAS! GAS! GAS!! WARD'S GAS GENERATOR THE SAFEST CHEAPEST AND MOST COMPLETE LIGHT KVBU INVENTED. - Each üture complete in Itself and rowts LKddthnn oi-diimry COAL UII-LAM1.S. One hh tlanic gives more ÜL'ht than Mix coal oil iimipc, no brcukage of eiiimiieys and no danger of explosion, as the t,'llB 111 generatetl only an taut un eon mi mod! We are now prepared to receive orders for every Mylc of lixlurei, front a idmcle light for a centre tab le, to tbo moirt elegant Chandulier. Kuch makes Its own na at a cost of about 1 l-'J cents for. 1 bou light, and it is equal to the best tioal gait. Samples cun be neon at our stores In Santa Fe, and Elizubcthtowii, IN, M. ;oí:tiToit, Is no experiment, hut an established fact, and needd but uu investigation to rocoiu- inund iUeir. Vt'c Invite tlio public to call nnd examine. and satiBlV themselves as to the superiority oi mis over iiny other lamp ever invcnicu, for bui'iAy, eooiiomy nnd convenience. - OUTTMANN. FllItUjlAS Co; No. Mm, Dissolution of Partnership. The partnership heretofore existing be tween 8. J, Spiejclbcrii. Levi tinioKo-Tberir, Lehman Splegolberp and Willi hpivjd'lberg under thoHtyie of 8piegelberg Bron. Man Uin Holvcd on the lt day of January IMSf), by tiie withdrawal of 8. J. Spiegelberg, by mutual couseni. Tbe buslncM will lw conducted na heref o- íore tn anta f e and New í ork by I,ev fítiíp. geiiíerjf, penman npiegeiuerg, anil vt nil Hideirelhertt' under the liria name of Sulciel- erg uro, LEVI SPIECULBEllU, LKHMANSI'lliOKLBKUO,' WILLI 8PIEÜKLI1ERO. ' Ko. 4 9 o Administration Notice. Letters of administration having been this uy, ifraiiieu w uie unuersiffneu ov me Hon. Probnte Court tor the countv of liauta Fe, Territory of New Mexico, upen the Estate of James L. (Jolllns, deceased; Notice is hereby given to all persons Indebted to the said Jumes L. Collins, to come forward and settle their indebteduess, and to all persons having claims niislnst the same, to present them lor adjustment and pavmont, and un less they shall de e within three years, they , . JAMES M. EDGAR . Administrator. Santa Ti. June U, 1 Ne. 18 m. "iltriiiratnls. ' .JACOB KKUMMECK PÍÜR3IACUTIST, 60UTH SIDE PLAZA, Santa Fe, 1ST. M. lias received from Ibe East a lar an4 well selected .siortment or rresb Mrdlclnea toDiponcdof ill the various UnJsUiat are 111 demand is the Territerj. LIQUORS.! Also a stock of fine wines and Liquors Tor mcKiielual purposes which cannot bv excelled in purily. tia assures hbwuitomeri that be Is prepar ed to funiirih them with all the varieties r Mw. I i vines uoually fon mi in tint dase Apoüi ueary shops uml renperifuity requests a con (inuaucc of their patrons(;c. JACUB KItt:IMKCK. Santa Fé, July 1. ltd)).. . , Nu. 4-1 1. '&héfit aft na dUea&M tuhlch hatt produced to much tuftrinti, when n un iiiccrrtfully trtatfd at tlm natural to tht Eft, fhoufh rardy invoking lift, yd thty unjit ut alikt for htcfithn ant enjoyment. Í.W ClimilVAt ÍYF.SALVB aia rmtif for all tlinttini of the Fi'i it retomriientltd ly re gular lltpüttlntai trdltlfbtlkditmrdit vhohaxt tritd it, and found it ie lit ill irifallille rtmtdj. í'riu 'J3 ctnlt jfr lox. SclJ fry all dtaltrt. MCHASDSOXb CO., St. louitih., ' lllcíiwí Ai:n!i for th rHti f. X. ofrVt f, . , . , .'' NOTICE. I would respect fully announce to tho Quart ' Mining Public of New -Mexico with aloiitf experience iu IJuaitz Milling and Quart' Mill Building, lum now prepared to build new .Million the latest ami most improved plan; iilao old Mills remoddlcd and rettltted: uIko all kinds of other mnehiucry repaired and : ""mni, AiiV (inn winbitiif Ativ tliiniT In t.bn nltnva - line done will fnr the 'present tind me at JCiizabetiilown, Xevr Mcxko. CHAS. II..ItAKTHOLO.Mt:W. lti:r;-:'.iti;scis: Ji J. BlauchorJ, lito,, Trnv. At. Lagto' Works, Chicago, Geo. U. -Uro wilt Hsq.,Now I'laecr.- No. 43-1 f. FOB SAM. Valuablo Ranch, ia Valencia' - Co. ..... , ,,v Tho u n ilci'flfl trued offer for sale their vnloa--hle rauHi In Valencia County, New Mexico, -coiitniiiintr about four thousand ucien of Uud, and kiiuwii iih the ojuelos. There 1 abundance of water supplied by Hpribga for Irrigation to the tillable portion o'l the rnneli. whielits adapted to the cultivation of nil lauds of vegetable, com, out and po tatoes. The grazing lutuls ore nnco,iulled Iu New Mexico mid the climate being mild, cattle, jnuleH, horses ami Bheep can be kept in tbe best condition throughout the year without being fed on grain . Thu dwelling house Is commodiouscon taining ten rooms, besides two (-lorr roonu. There aro two corral-, in ono of which them can lie put ut one time one thousand hwú ut cuttle Out! tine stable fur horfíex. The tank attached to the house la twenty five feet deep and about a thousand vnrdn In circumference, and can bo eoimtuutly kept full of water " li'oin the bpriiigM, The much Is one of the moat desirable hi New Mexiceriiu" can bv seen and examined bv calling on' iVwls & liv.. Peralta, New MoxkQ, yrji jjiore full denci'ipUon of tho Hiime ou 10 obtained bv nddi esaiuii them bv letter. 1 ' ' r i All required Information may bcoblaUied iiuui Bit miuei'Mj:iH'.r. y. LEWW Jt 11IÍO.. ' Peralta, N. M, Ponrttiij N. 21-.,-May 17, ltain.. No. 603 m. , , 18GÍÍ. SPRING, 18GÍ). SHIHHKLMÍ1K1 UHOd, SAXTA KK, N. ii.. Doing In nceipt nf our .lint H'rlng trnlin or TWENTY WAGON3 Of Ueuornl Mcivliaiullso, to ult;.' ' Fancy and Gtaplo Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Furnishing Goods, Hard Waro, QuoenEwaro,. DIJUGS, ' Groceries and Liquors, . Fancy and Toilot Articles, CAR.PET3 te, te. To an examination of wliluh we rnsnei-lfrtllv Invito our frlcnih and the jiulilir ei-ntrallv. fcclhiir aoturml that the iiinllty and price of our (foods will (five enera! siitUfiictiou I lloLENALs: uud Kktaii. iHirrhaners. Our rntlio Sloi'k is purrliawd In tho Eaal orn and Eurnpmni Markets lornetcusli, wliiele eiuiljli-Mi.t looüerexlruordinary inducemelita to tlio trade. Ilcrealti'r we will ho In roociot of regular trains which will kuqi ,ur asanrtineut alwavs lull. ' Sl'IECiEI.HKlia BRIM. April 20, UM. . . , Xo. V-i t. HAXl'KI, A. UTHBI). J.VO. P. sr.LI.AH, OTERO & SELLAR, freo and 'ai'iuafilinii mulf . Commission , '..j j ..... . i . . . , ...i-i..' 1 ., ,,. ..MERCHANTS. , . SHEHIDAN, ... KANSAS. No. l-m. TH03. B. CATRON, Attorney at Law, SJATJ FÉ,A'E IV MEXICO, TvlH prarttre In all Hie Courts of law and equity In the Territory. Especial stlen-iiiu given to tlio collection of claims, and rulo Uneos promptly made. .: No. 40-u