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MEXICAN 9 VOL. 20. SANTA FE, N. -M., TUESDAY. AUGUST 13, 1889. S. B PITZ. COLD & SILVER PIIE FILIGREE JEWELRY rOHSS, WATCHCS. CLOCKS, SILIIBWHI ;, r,i eeitull-'i mntle f Ri nil Htore and factory, Northeast corner of Ike I'laia Telegraphic Tidings WAS IIIN GT ) N MATT E US. Dminnnd Minn ant Watch tsm P1" Efficiently Done 3- era BBATY, OKALGK IN Staple & Eancy G rocenes I'KOVISIONS, I'KODl'CE, HAY. GKAIN. CORNER WATER AND BRIDGE STREETS. THE rilESIUENT H MOVKMKNTS. W'ASiu.Nv.ito.N, Aug.. 13. President Har rison returned to I!ur Hiirlior to-day nnil will leave there to-morrow morning for Until, .Mo., and Matn-lii'stcr, N. H. liiiirsday morning he w ill visit Concord ind lifter a reception lv the governor and legislature, he will begin his return trip to Washington. MI1.1TA1IY MOVKMiN'TS. The h'eldstall'and hand and companies B, (', J), K, li and I, 2d infantry, com pletely armed and equipped, and outlined with camp equipage, etc., Iiuve been ordered to proceed by rail to Kearney. Neb., and camp with the Grand Army of the Republic at its reunion, which opened at that place yesterday. Upon the com-. ill lion of this duty the batullion wilt pro ceeu oy rail to tlie end or tlie railroad track beyond Alliance, Neb., and march thence to Camp George Crook, near Fort Robinson, Neb. that tho men who have seldom seen serv ice on tun uoruer siioum nave a etianee to go to their regiments or tesuu. i'ho adjutant general has prepared u list ot these xotjurgers i.jr.'-ec. Proctor, and u strong ell'ort will be made tocompei some of the Urania;; room soldiers to Uo some work. S'!c!aitioH of I lav, drain and Potatoes nieeivetl by oar load lor salt' at lowest market prices. The finest Household Oiocciies, free delivery to i;iy Customers. and 3- iA.Hiisr7 13 ; r:3 : pq j cm f PCS Imported and Domestic. 13 P5 t S9 C3 CD The KailroHtls. Tiiinidad, Aug. 13. It is rumored that the Santa Fe railroad intends putting in a line up the north fork of the bus Animas river from this point. This will be done for the purpose of either getting into the coal fields or for a direct line through to the coast. Tort Worth The directors of Ihe South ern Kansas A Texas railway met here Saturday. Vice resident .1. S. .Miillane resigned and was succeeded by Charles is. Mrolnii, wtio was also made general superintendent. J. A. Ostrander was elected general freight and passenger agent Wee. II. R. Pevine, resigned. .1. U. I'auT was elected .secretary and treas urer. The otiicers will all have their of fices at ranbandle City. The .Southern Kansas it Texas is a part of the tiulf, Colorado it Santa Fe system. liesult in Louisville. Lousvtu.i:, Ky., Ann 13. I)r.s. Wilson, Yoo ami Duncan, of the Hospital of Col lege and .Medicine, have been experiment ing wnli the iiroM n-eipiurd elixir whh riieuinaue paueui, ,u years oni. lie lias obtained almost complete relief. Ho fecit, young and reinvigonued. In tho case ol an asthmatic, paralj tic, who wan not in formed of the niiturn ol liie treatment, (he patient has partially recovered iron, paralysis and lias uo energy and strength. I lie St. Josejili Kxoiudtlon. . St- Joskph, Aug. 13. The gates of the N'atiomil exposition grounds will he closet 1 to tho punlie from this date to the lortnal opening, September 3. at which time li is expected that i'rosiduut Harri son will be present. - Sees. -JJusk and Noble, Pension Conir. Tanner and Indian Comr. Morgan will positively attend The governors of every state iti'the union have been invited. The list of exhibit is well Ihled, giving assurance of a most successful exposition. The buildings arc nearly completed. Till: lFH'S SISTKIt. TEKIUT OIUAL TOPICS. The Marriage of ller Again Stlrrlug Hie Uejillis i,l' 1,1,11(11,11. N. PfflORI DRAGON BRO. Mauufatiturere of Mexican Filigree Jewelry We guarantee full Katistaelion in this .special branch ol enjuisite Mex ican art. Ail persona visiting our establishment will be shown tine specimens of this work. Siwi PRICES MODERATE Fr.'Mtcisc Street Santa, Fe, S. M 8nallued III i'eetli. Tuknton, Mo., Aug. 10. Yesterday afternoon John A. Crawford, traveling salesman for Bloomer, WelKtCo.,Quincy, 111., met with a peculiar accident, which may result fatally. Crawford was en : route to Trenton on a freight train, and I while in the act of taking a drink of water he swallowed two false teeth and plate of the upper jaw. He was brought here and four physicians have been attending him to-dny. A long probe was inserted but failed to locate the plate. Crawford's throat and chest are terribly inflamed, and he is in a very serious condition ami may not recover." If the plate has en tered the stomach his life may be saved. His people in Quinev have been tele graphed for. He is nn old and well kuown traveling man. REMOVED TO Uo. 4 BBMOVBD TO II. 1!. CAKTWKIOIIT. 8. GIUSWOLD. GARTWRIGHT & GRISWOLD, Successors to H. D. CAKTWRIUHT A CO. lUvtnK ti'iK'l'RHf'l t!ie (irncirv utiit'k nf RcRRer Urnthero riiiI comliued tlie two atockn, we hiive tlie linsJht kuJ uioBt comifte rtocli of iij S.(.i in -lT 0 Q (1 i Fii GnRriBs Machine Shops, Trinidad Aug. 13. The proposition of tne creator loumiry and nmcuino shops was accejitcd by the chamber of com merce last night and a contract signed. The SanU Fe railroad agreed to give a ninety-nine years' lease on the land re quired, and $1,000 was secured by sev eral of the moneyed men of our city. The pai ties at the head of this institution propose to move their machinery from their present location at Streator, Illinois, immediately and will erect a ifo.OJO build ing as soon as possible. This firm will employ from 123 to 2"0 men, and will manufacture all sorts of castings, such as business fronts, etc. Vt liHT iinit tlally arriving, the hfflt Flour, I'otatnefl, Crrmnery ttni tt-r mm rroiiuci. iiiai inr nirtih,. .u. ,j .... n. ... (reh mms, lii aint's. ilo, Ui CMrrj' the lliiest Hue of Ct.iil'ectlmun-y, litil .mil Tull-t Soups hi lh 'ity. ,.,.,, Vt ills" have I- t i.iiiiwiiiui wl'li nup Orocery it first tlM Ituhery, nuil have at all times Vretli I'.n-ail, l'ies. :kes, etc., on le. I h iiil.liiu- ion- ,.1,1 time customers for llielr (teiierolis phi rotiace In the 1-hkI, e solicit the coot III oaiire of I lie name and welcome all uew ones '"IfJOOO (iOOUS AT KI5ASOXAIILI3 PKICI2S. Ct.iniiierciuliy yours, CAKTWKIGUT & G1USWOLD. Warner 3& Haffner, UKAt-KKS H 1TTTDT7? I' BVM mJ Queensware and Glassware. PICTURE FRAMES AND MOULDINGS. curry the Largest and Heat Assortment of Furniture in tho Territory. rt Dully wii8 Absent. Prims, Miss., Aug. 13. Judge Tcrrill opened a special term of the circuit court yesterday. Sullivan, Referee i'itxpntrick. Hud Kenand, Capt. Tom Jennison, Charles Rich, Supt. Riley, of tho Queen A Crescent road, and .Smith and Gibbons, the last two Rich's employees, were present in couit ready for trial. Supt. Richard Carroll, of theQueenA Crescent, and Put Outl'y wero absent. The grand jury were charged by Judge Terrill on the law of prize fighting, and assault and bat tery. The grand jurors then retired for consultation. It is hardly probable that they will be ready to submit their report till to-morrow. OWE PRICE AND ONE ONLY. Also the lowest, an we buy Top exlillrect S oul Iho rnciory. iiootls sold uu easy iyinout. Call and be com ineed. MO TBOUBLE TO SHOW GOODS i see. Z. STAAB & BRO., A. STAAB, IH CUICTK1L1 ANI ilUttMttltM lr Genl erchandise San Francisco Street. 'I be Largest and most Complete Stock ol Genenil Merchuulse curried in the entire Southwest. SANTA FEj NEW MEX Cattle Inoculated. Mexico, Mo., Auk. 13. Dr. Paul Paquin, state veterinary surgeon, has successfully inoculated cattle against Texas fever. Suc cess was not attained until after several failures, but of eight cattle recently in oculated and sent into the fever district, only one, and that suffering with another disease, died. Kight cattle not inoculated were sent with the same herd and they all died of the fever. The former failures were due, Dr. Paquin says, to the inferior virus and unskilled methods employed. Causiis llelll. London, Aug. 13. A dispatch from Constantinople seud-ollicially states that the sultan has notified Greece he will re gard any attempt by that country to land troops or incite rebellion us causus belli. One of the porte's telegrams states that the government will support the aggressive prime minister. The grand vizier of Turkey charges Greece with fomenting riots in Mouestir and Retbymo. An Ad. for Felix and Emmn. New Yortit, Aug. 12. It is reported in theatrical circles to-day that Emma Ab bott has just paid Felix, the Paris milli ner, ff,u00 foi one dress. This is the larg est amount, it is .-aid, that has ever been paid by an American singer for a single costume. Sarah Bernhardt, who paid $ 1,2IJ0 for tho toilet in which she appeared in the last act of "Dame mix Camelias," had the distinction of wearing the costli est dress until Emma Abbott deprived her of it. DRAWING-ROOM SOLDIERS. The "Cobargers" Must Work or Resign from the Army. Washington, Aug. 13. Gen. Kolton, the new adjutant general, is not quite warm in the saddle ye', but if reports about the war department are correct he is preparing an unpleasant surprise for the favorites w ho for so many years have had "soft billets," in army parlance. These pets of the gilded circles of the capital" are called "Coburgers." It is a title well understood in military circles on both sides of the water. Gen. Kolton earned his spurs on tho frontier and has done his share of urduous service. Sec. Proctor is a sturdy Yankee, who was in the army when the service meant something, and who has little sympathy for the favoritism which bus permitted so many olllcers to shirk their duty. So the word in army circles is that the "Coburgers" must go. Jt will be a hard thing for some of them. One social pet, it is said, has not been with his regiment for nineteen years. Sec. Proctor is said to he quite in accord with the adjutant general, that the men on tho frontier should be given an oppor tunity to see what civilization la, and London, Aug. 13. It has corne to the knowledge of the .Marriage Law Reform association that within the last fortv eight hours tenlv-four couples have either returned from the continent, nftoi- contracting tho deceased wife's sister mar riage, or have made arrangements to go abroad for that purpose. Fifteen of these couple are members of the-church m England, three belong to the Presbyterian. ttiree to the esleyan, one to the Con gregationalists, one to the Jeish undone to the Society of Friends. With a single exception all have the approval of theii minister, and in some instances the elerg have emphasized their upprovai in "it marked degree. U hen the bill author izing marriage with a deceased wife's sister is introduced again in the house ol lords, these facts will be presented bv the prince of Wales, who has long and earn estly advocated the passage of the measure. references for Governor. 1)E8 Moises, Iowa, Aug. 13. Returns received from the county conventions give instructed and ttuinutructPil preferences for governor as follows : HulU lsl. Wheel er 370, Hutchinson 183, Crapo Is;, Larra bee 14. not announced 111. The conven tion meets here Wednesday, August 14, Was Taken for Tascott. r.Mi-oitiA, lias., .vug. io Tho young man arrested at Laredo, Texas, supposed to uo lascott is uelieved liere to he one ol the sons of James Dolohiu, of Concord, ivas., ana not tlie long sought Tascott Now York's Kjpimliiott. ew Iouk, Aug. 13. Mayor Grant has appointed the four committees to do the preliminary work lor the international exposition of lts!.r'. PERSO.VAL. Mrs. Hank Fisher, of Albuquerque, is in the city on a visit. Don Gabriel Lucero is here from Taos valley on legal business. Mrs. J. II. Teats and daughter came in from Las Vegas last nibt. Major Miguel Salazar, attorney for the -it 1 1 district, is over from Las Vegas. Don Juan Hotiquet, tho sage of Pojoaque valley, is in tho city on court business. Hon. W. U. Chillers and N. C. Collier, esq., of Albuquerque are visiting the cap-, ital city. Chris. Meyer, formerly of the firm of Fraz A Meyer, is once more among Santa Fe friends. Rev. Henry Forrester is still "with i e. He takes kindly to Sunta Fe's pleasai.t atmosphere. A. W. Cleland and Win. Mcintosh, ad ministrators of the McGregor estate, ure at tlie Palace. Dr. Ii. Dudley Williams and wife, of, Oxford, Ala., are sight seers visiting the historic city to-day. W. G. Nasjley, the rustling soap man from Denver, is in town again. He finds business good here. Mrs. Ed. Stimniell, wife of Conductor Ed. Stimniell, with her three children, left for Santa Fe this uiomiug, their fu ture home. Uptic. Mr. James Ktimsey returned from Kan sas City last night after a long absence. It seems natural to see him about the Palace hotel once more. Col. Jose M. Chavez, oneof the pioneer Indian lighters in theChamaregion, came in last night in company with Henry Grant, the El Rito merchant. Major W, H. H. Llewellyn, live stock agent for the Santa Fe, came in from the east at noon en route to Las Cruces. He has been on a trip to Denver and Salt Lake. Hon. Pedro Y. Jaramillo, one of the leaJing citizens of New Mexico, and a delegate to the constitutional convention from Rio Arriba county, is in the city rom El Rito. At the Exchange: John Speer, Wat rous; II. Scrantoa and child, Cerrillos; II. Grant, J. M. Chavez, Albuquerque; B. Dudley Williams, M. D., and wife, Oxford, Ala. The Rev. Bro. Amian, professor of the natural sciences at St. Michael's college, Santa Fe, and New Mexico's territorial geologist, is in tho city to-day. We had the pleasure of greeting him in the Bullion olllce yesterdy. El Paso Bullion. At the I'alace: W. A. Woodworth, Chicago ; A. W. Cleland, jr., Albuquerque ; W. G. Nagely, Denver; II. N. Smith, jr., Kansas City; M. Salazar, Las Vegas; J. L. Robbins, Chicago; Mrs. J. H. Teats, Miss Fr.nuie Teats, Las Vegas; Milton Daily, James S. Dunlap, Indianapolis, Intl.; William Mcintosh, Chilili ; W. C. Goodno, Miss Ada Goodno, Mrs. II. M. Barbour, Alice Barbour, A. Kincaia, M. Pellin, Kalamazoo; Mrs. J. Ti. Roche, El Paso; U. Os Collier, Albuquerque; Julius Bylis, Titusville, Pa. ; II. G. Am brose, Las Vegas ; W. 11. II. Llewellyn, Las Cruces. W.II. Neweomb, of Silver Citv, has jtlst closed a contract to furnish the Ri Grande Smelting company, of Socorro, iu,uuu tons ot iron ore. Las Vegas is endeavoring to work up a mining boom ol her own, and claims coa to have beeli found near at bund, whiit "tip the canon" some mineral has been unearthed. W. T. Waring, manager of the new Flagler Smelting works to be built at i'cining, is on the irround and prenariiii: to begin work. It is said $10U,U0U is in ian, to back this scheme. Henry Giest left last evening for New York city to visit his old home for twi veeks. Ho has made arrangements with Mr. Olinger. tho Santa Fe undertaker, to fill his place here in case of tleath of any one in the city. Optic. Under the new law costs can not be raxed against tlie prosecutor in criminal ases w here tho defendant is disch i'his is sad, heart breaking news for the justices of the jieace and the constables ol tlie territory .Taosoinan. The taxes of Tis county for ISSOare P13 0.i0.o4. On this amount the D. A K. t. Ry. pays about $4,000; private land claims pay about $3,000; the balance, di vided up among the 2,000 registered voters 'f the county, gives uu average of about r3 per capita. About liftv miles of the grade of the new Deming railroad to .Mexico has !ieen tompleted, and it is expected that the Mexican line will he reached about September 1. The new road will hardly 'je ready for operation to the mines iii die Sierra Madre mountains in Mexico until next year. As soon as this road is opened tho supply of ore from .Mexico iull be verv large. 14?' oeohw.TiIkoa"&To Fills' ree Jewelers OP 3STEW MEXICO. Carry the largest and rich est assortment of good to l,e found at any point In the soatliwest. Native t)j.l. Varajo tiarnets and Tur quoise In great vnrlety. tve employ only native work men, aud lurlte stranger in- PALACE AVE., Opp. Gov. Prince's it? A 3 . J to our workshops. Ills inomls, American Watohes, Silverware, (lork-and O t ral OooiN utto a speeiaiit. Ti e only place In Santa Ke wlit re a line wtucb ana t repaired properly. SANTA FE., New Mexier Are You Looking Scurrilous Letters hy .Mall. New York, Aug. 12. G. J. Orion, a custom house clerk, has been arrested for sending scurrilous letters to Harrison, Cleveland, Windom, ArcbbislopCorrigan 'md other prominent people. Tne scur rilous letters were written on the outside of thtf envelopes. Inside was a circular denouncing William Vogel, a tinware nanufactiirer. Orion says Vogel wronged linn grievously and he took this method of bringing his wrongs to puhlic notice. He declines to state the nature of his wrongs. Nice l'eople to Have Around. r CoNNKi.i.svii.i.K, Pa., Aug. 12. The Hungarians made another raitl Saturday at the Moyer coke plant and drove the men irom work. Sqmro Duncan and Ot iicers Franks and Shiinn attempted to ar rest fifteen of the rioters, when thev were set upon by the mob. Duncan was terri bly beaten and lelt for dead. Shunn and Franks escaped. The shcritl has organized a posse to arrest the rioters. Sueitt-llox Treatment. Chicago, Aug. 12. MacUraUi and Mantell, two young men supposed to be '.lie murderers of Officer Frye, walked into the Dearborn street station Saturday ufternoon and gave themselves up. They protested that they knew nothing what ever of tlie murder" They w ill undoubted ly receive a course of "sweat-box." treat ment. Charges against Itoulunger. Taris, Aug. 12. Tho trial of Gen. Iloulanger was continued .Saturday. The procurer general charged Boulanger w ith ttying to corrupt M. Gearoru, chief of the public safety department, and Gens. Thompson and Tricoche, and with re ceiving a commission on tho mirchasfl of coffee for tho navv. . 1 Crooks. i Piiii.ADEi.ritiA, Aug. 13. Dr. W. II. I P-radley, late manager of tho Weekly i'ress, was held to $10,000 bond for fur ther hearing on the charge of embezzlement. Mew York The grand . iurv has pre sented to the court of general sessions two indictments oirainst hhen S. Allen, ex president of 42d street & Grand street terry railroad company, charging him with forgery. HOTTER THAN HADES. For a place you can call home? You are tired, perhaps, of "qnarter Boction farming," even though broad acres of the fairest portions of Uncle Sams' domain yet tempt you to hange your base ot operations further west. Ten, tweniy, thirty or forty acres of Rio Grande valley land will furnish you an ample and Titried arena for the display of mus cular ability, while common sense, taste and a modest capital will in three or four years produce results eminently satisfactory to a man who. 1 1 t . I . ,i. . .... 10 a lauiiaoie oesire uir a reusonaiiie pecuniary return lor Ins lalior, car ries with it a purpose that the balance of his days shall, with his family, be spent amid pleasant and healthful 6urroimtling8. With those re marks, point we to The MesillaVallevf He mtutt be blind indeed who tan not see that it is a most favored sec tion. Seekers after health, profit and pleasure, ifter a thorough search from the lakes to the Pacific coast, are finding their EI Dorado in New Mexico; and to these new comers, as well as to everylwdy else, the I EMM LAI COMPT extends a cordial greeting, and invites a careful and thorough inspection of its FINE COLONY LANDS, Some 2,000 acres of which are subdivided and platted into ten and twen ty acre blocks (from winch incomes can be produced equally as great, if not greater, than the average farms of eighty and ItiO acres in the west ern anil northwestern states), and ail within a radius of ono and one half miles of the railroad depots at LAS CRUCES 10 MESILLA Some of these blot Its are cultivated, or have liearing orchards and vine yards others not. Some have tasteful and modern cottages upon them ; in others Nature has undisputed dominion. It's merely a question ol choice and money although the latter does not cut such a figure aa ono might suppose in these days of booms ; and our "long ietm pay ment and low interest" plan often adds a little spice to a transaction to one who has an eye to the future. Warranty deeds given. Write or call for plats and circulars. Command us for carriages or other cour tesies within our power to giva. PARK J. K. LIVINGSTON, VAN PATTEN & METCALFE General Aent, Over J (I Xtlonl Itrtnk. SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO. Local Agents. Opposite Kailrnad Oepot. LAS CRUCES, NEW MEXICO. Sunshades In St. Petersburg "at S O'clock in the Morning." St. Peterkbuko, Aug. 13. Never with in the memory of the oldest inhabitant has such intolerable heat prevailed in outhern Russia, Deaths from sun itroke occur daily. For the last ten davs the thermometer has never registered less than 143 degrees at noon. One day it was 13J in the shade. Out of reach of artificial irrigation all vegetables are parched and withered. The long scorch ing days, unbroken by even a passing thunder storm, succeed each other with perfect regularity. Even alter sundown there is no breeze, and the nights ore so sultry that Bleep is impossible. A sun shade is necessary at 6 o'clock in the morning. On one day alone twenty-one lisps of bites from rabid tlogs were re ported at the station and thirty-eight cases of hydrophobia wero treated by Pasteur's system of inoculation. A Great Kuilroad. Not long ago Mr. George II. Daniels, the general passenger agent of the New York Central & Hudson River railroad, in extending an invitadon to foreigners to visit this country, directed their attention to the fact that the United States of America is tho greatest country on earth, peopled w ith 00,000,000 of the most civil ized and enterprising people ontbeglobe: that the New Yoik Central railroad is tho greatest railroad on eartli the only four-track road in the world; that it is started from the largest city on the con tinent, passed through the richest and most prosperous region, touching the largest cities in the interior ; is the great trunk line and direct route to that great cataract, Niagara. Falls, and that in all respects its reveals more of the resources and riches of America in less timo, with more safety, and under more luxurious conditions than any other routo. There is much in the above not only for foreign ers, who want to see this country under favorable conditions, but for our ovn restless and moving people. The New York Central & Hudson River railroad is the outgrow th of a luxurious and pros perous civilization and one of its greatest engineering triumphs. As is well-known it is the only line from the west to New York that lands its passengers in that city without ferrying them across the North River. Its spacious and magnifi cent station in the heart of the city has been for years not only the pride of New York, but a lasting monument to the foresigbted liberality ond enterprise of that great organizer and founder of the .New York Central & Hudson River rail road system, Commodore Vanderbilt. The limited trains of this line are the fin est in the world, and its general accom modations for the traveling public areonly known and appreciated by that large portion of it who have been over the line and enjoyed them. Detroit Free Press. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP- Santa Pe, New Mexico. Wm. W. CRIFFIN, - President PEDRO PEREA. Vice President R. J. PAL EN, - - Cashier The econc! National Bank OF NEW MEXICO. CAPITAL PAID JJIP - - S150,000 Uoes a general banking buelues and solicits patrons of the pobtle. L. SPIEGELBERft. Pms. . W. G. SIMMONS. Cashier Fulton :-: Market West Side of Plaza. "W. j5 DOBBIK DKALKRH r Poultry, Oysters, Fish, Game, Butter, Eggs and all kinds of Froitt aud Vegetables. A leu all kluds of l-roduce nought and sold on Commission. and rlausage always 00 haud. Kansas Cltr We Sell for Cash and Buy for Cash Undertaking Establishment! A. P. HOCLE Das opened Ms rooms nn Ilrldjre Street, nas a Ml stoek and wilt fnrnlsfc an. -thing required at reasonable rates. gtfOi tiers attended to Day or Mgltt.-l ' J. L. VAN ARSDELL'S Long Established Feed, Sale, Exchange Stable OPPOSITE TDK DAILY NKW MEXIGAK OFFICE. Males made for Carriage and Ritlrns; nnrses, Ltv Stark 'and Vehicle Doard and Care r..r Horses at KeasuaaUiJ Kales. Sole Agent for Co luiultu, Okit. Wa-S7 to. KAMA. ITS, M. M.