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New Mexican (Newspaper) - July 23, 1890, Santa Fe, New Mexico m VOL. 27. .SANTA KK, N. M., KSDAY, JULY I'wn. .A-'.U. S- S IP IT 1 Crold tuul Silvoi1 FINE FILIGREE .JEWELRY fltoinpds, Yi'alcto; Clmh and Siheiv.ais, Selttcs arid Tffateh Rpriii Piwipilj auD to NEW MEXICO'S FAME, E. M. fort.; Uti .AWl! O'SI NO. sin l.s I s i i in iii-1 ol Itil'f'ull'HJi. i! suriBlo iTiniuiiHi'O 'ill i'ii riM A MJ o Hineiiil AC! ,it a Iht- t anil Healtri Suckers- The Climate Peopfc and Productions The City Heat Wlark ESTD IN 1SSO' AUGUST KIRSCHNEB. Prcpr Fresh and Salt Meats and Sa'usayo of ail Kinds SAM ST., SMITA-FE. H. JOHN G-RAY. Real Estate Agent Accident Insurance. for ycura t'rw for auyi'uiisc Invo ii'it Vf (iti M.I til cMuhlitilt nniioitii 01 IrAiiti-orlPil from tino Ii ttiiy firrctjin n hn-i I'i'ivt'J a lot Detain slxtinKilic i.'irt in u of c-nii'tsr, lirtt liii.o in I nitier feet. iKl I. iijV The Jiouso UJTIJ i-> vo hoiisti Mil. 'I'lio folli Is tiio Iiouso "Tlial i iiriii'leof cuunneioo ia oilier ur iorti; First Class. Santo Fo, HOTEL RUMSEY BURNHAM. New Mexico ".M a? (A li'-O.'JW, Thivt Hi tho territory, j i aliea-l of arty counjcy Hjii rivvf. TJiB 1 -.yi her (nojierty at t [orftiAl vear van f irUt (or la.'-1 year aivea of (antl wero I'UnU'l in corn >ieMiiifi about 1 at pt( lihi- I.LA.V in tiL.. lliat L' l.ijili 1 will ...-.n i-rL.-.-il K (Lo T f wiiteal. orth i f Ii Ii }Ic all lias's il lljij eyo ever ieiio'1 on. ivi rr worth i- s -1 Bhull1 then I'tf subicn lo tlic ol jl" iWo; provUW Uut ,m a ml "W K i lidti Bljall nifl.Jo )iy any in ricf.f of r ,tj.i of iU citizens those outlier ronx to 11 J or (errltor ea ih in ssfo nf (x.r FIRST NATIONAL BANK t'T Santa Fe, Mosrico. PEDRO PEREA. President f. B. CATRON. Vice President R- J: Cashier The Second National Bank of its rilizetis triojo olotlior stule or (erritonea ih icj-pt-vt lo ssto of o ol nor In favgro l tlioao to 'Jou the llinrrt'" iiV, ajy ill pears. ne-'tarittes, ni-- fnmi ninu, clierrica and antl ate [iicye finely tliivof.-.! ijii-i y the health !nw "so! such stale." H. B. CARTWRICHT iRtive it uifljorftj-. ji, .and cslt c, ttvartv Qiiti1? t.f lui nalioim! Ifaiits tun) (ou July Also HgeuU In Simla Fo for I'litent liniiruvcil Flour, tlio finest Hour In the ni Jwlv rapUlly from tl '5 (lander of corn thft ihc keep in stock 11m world renowiUMl >1 KRY BUTTF.Il, rroAh Conroctioncry, Nuts, ole. Id at the J E 5S tents per tins and the oVlier Jf? ric. So. 4 A ttcot Iji-niita was a for No. but n-.ncol ,Tllc tliitt ifraJu now olftiiine. flpnu-m aru arnUiiw they i'> ii'ospLlnlile thai (eels nt dome niuont; tliciu. Tho Ainprii'ttu elcuivnt in' Now Mexico will come hillv uu 14 the blandari! iij the ol yraruU1, ;o. n liile the for No. 4 "Bakory in Connection with thn Store. At the annual iitetiug of the Colorado "x Mineral i'nlncc (lie number of direciors wai in-i, "'r crcuiHl (romsoven lo eleven j >r la The is us fallows l riave-liecti in nearly every i IOO Doses Ono Dollar Ifol.son, (Senl, -iii O. II. r.-llMlcr. iMr. U. J.. Hill wilMlH Ihe oiili-e ol sow-! Mtiu-u M in OF NEW MEXICO. O A bj LT A L, SPIKQELBEKO. Pr W. a. SIMMONS, fNJ. ESV1JV1ERT, Staple and Fancy Groceries S.in FrinciEco B. W, Cor. SANTA FE, N. N. SOt. XOWITZKI SON, r.-wr LIVERY AND FEED STABLES Best Stock of Horaes aud Cavriagos in town. v MAC'ltS 1MIO.H1'TI.Y Fl'ltN'lSIIKLI... til IXIXAN h..ur. rvp ll.e Lowsr San Francisco St., SANTA FE, N. M The Ph. Zang Brewing Co. of ROCKY MOUNTAIN BREWER Y, tlKNVKK. COLO. With A Capacity of Barrels per Annum ADOLPH J. ZANC, Cen'l Mangr. GEUEbHA.TKD PILSENEH BOTTLED HE5R. AKPUI, U. HANLEY. ieneral ..erchandise FRANCISCO STREET, i Llbi-rki Un in ami most rUxjnl. The i p O I i Hut Cuiiciile hflt-spriaga aro situated al Ln n 1 rtnnfl have In tde from Itie town of Tawi Renerrxl of tliecAinpaiiynt Tnj-ckn w Iho Mexu'aua G-RIKFJN BLOCK. :Ior beverul wceki overall cut iit i murdered Uov. Dent, RiulwticrB lie. 1 As a refill it Imi lx-en to abolieb Sonthflast Cor Washington A V- :i of viaitdl and (o isliuse MoV- over tho ftntire lyslcfn and gh'o a liuHario '1IIS etcctcJ a SANTA FE, N. M. CHrrUd 3ST3ilW J. W. OLINGER. I men on accoftut uf itoJivys altitude U about teet br it WIT coujnjj; to level. I know of to report fof dulj and are not atnl mit jCalicnte liol i J "1 I (or .100 miles on all! "Tho rliuute o( .Meilco ia, iu my LIIIUUIUI ruujiof lew tbKB 100 Tliete i-gn- opinion, the rety Wst In tlia world.) miouini ceenioni were Nearly all inaiU by Ihc Crops never ltieie: and Iherft we have Hie an im'rcaso in juy jvhclflT.n, there cUmaUc for run" tlic men their' lions move willi ei._______ ctiannfujc Tde A SUMMER RESORT! THE, PICTURESQUE PECOS VALLEY. 3LSA.JSfrJ'A. Twf IKX: OLOUIKTA, X. The Mesilla its Garden Spot! J t r l.nutifi (Ivdj jifHid-n, lor with Ihtermt. WAItJtASTV IIK1.DS fur rottltirn irtrini; foil UVTWOSTON Cenefa ,'Agent. RIO GRANDE LAND COMPANY Las Cruces. N. Wl
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