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frrars SA.NTA.' PR MJtfi Uy ft ? 1 lf VOL. 27. SANTA FE, N. M., WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1890. NO. 117 Gold and Silver PINE FILIGREE JEWELRY Diamonds, Watches, Clocks and Silverware. Wo Bala. Representations in of Goods. Store ami r let try . Neit dour Sevnnd .Nmini .1 r- Diamoni Mini ani Watch Repairi Promptly ani Efeiiy Baas arket The City Heat ESTABLISHED IN 1859. AUGUST KIBSCHNER, Propr. DEALER IN All, KINDS Or Fresh and Salt Meats and Sausage of all Kinds SAN FRANCISCO ST., SANTA FE, W. M , JOHN GRAY. Real Estate Agent Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. Collection of Bents nd Account. NOTARY PUBLIC. TVPKWKtTfclt. IFIROIFIEiRnr FOB SALE DEb IRZEISTT Bast Side of I'laza SANT.t KK, N. M. H. B. CARTWRIGHT, Successor to OAKTWBIQHT GRI9WOI.D, DEALER IN Fie M id Fn Gnus W are Manufacturers Agents fur the well known Dew Drop liranfl Camiefl Frnit & VegeiaDles Also agents in Santa Fe for Patent Improved Flour, tlie finest flour in the market. We keep in stock the world renowned PEABODY CREAMERY BUTTER, Fresh Fruit, Confectionery, Nuts, etc. No. 4 Bakery in Connection with the Store. 1858 ; 1890 IMPOBTBB BHD JOBBEK 0 Genera 1 Merchandise 8AN FRANCISCO STREET. Lf cat MA Most GompUta Stoek of Oenei i a rcbandUe Carried in the Entire South w.-m. Telegraphic Tidings THE SILVER CONTEST. A Conference Keport Favors the I'lir chine of 4, ."()(), 000 Ounces lion' li ly The Debate. Wasiii.nutox, July 8. In the Heuate (he conference report on ilie silver bill was taken up. Vest stated that the reasons why lie should vote against the report were that a large majority of the senate had voted for tree coinage oi siiver, irnt the conierenco report absolutely did away with the idea oi tree coinage, and was intended to con Untie the system under which silver had been persistently degraded since 183, lie was anxious to see absolute unity be tween the two ruetals as monev metals. lie would like to see tho time when six teen ounces of silver would purchase one ounce of gold, and when one ounce of gold would continue, as at present, to purchase sixteen ounces of silver. The conterence bill might give an increased market for silver, but the principle for which the senate voted, that two metals should be on a parity, had been given away on that bill, absolutely and com pletely. Coke expressed a concurrence in the conclusion reached by Vest. He could not support the conference bill of the senate, as the conferees had not pre sented the bill to the senate which had declared for a free and unlimited coin age of silver. On the contrary, they had assented to a bill winch provided definite ly for a concession of further coinage of silver. There was no compulsion on the part of the secretary of the treasury to coin silver after the" 1st of July. Silver w as then loft to the discretion of the secre tary, and such discretion was equal to stopping the coinage of silver. It was a fact, well known and admitted in debate. He was opposed to buying a single ounce of silver not to be coined. He was op posed to the United States going into the warehouse business for silver, or any other product. If silver is not to be coined, why should it be purchased. If the ob ject of the bill was to advance the money power of silver, why should its coinage be stopped, when coinage alone conferred upon it the power of money. Two-thirds of the people of the United States, were in favor of a free, unlimited coinage of silver. Sherman defended, and explained the conference report. "The question had arisen in the confer ence committee," he said, "as to whether the two houses could be brought to an agreement on the two bills passed by them, respectively. In the first section of the conference bill the language of the first section of the house bill has been retained somewhat, but the amount of silver to be purchased has been increased. Much to my regret it has beon fixed at a larger amount than the entire American product of silver. It has been made man datory (not permissable) on the secretary of tiie treasury to buy 4,500,000 ounces of silver each month, which, at the rate of $1.20 per ounce (or 10 to 1), would amount to an issue of about $17,000,000 in treas ury notes. The legal tender clause in the house bill and senate bill had been somewhat different, and somewhat alike alfo, and the question had come up in the conference as to whether it would be right to deprive the citizens of the United States of the right to contract for payments in gold or anything else. It had therefore been agreed unanimous ly that the treasury notes to be issued for silver, like the silver dollar on which it was based, should be a legal tender in full of all debts, public and private, unless otherwise stipulated in a contract. That same clause was to he found in the Bland bill." Stewart "Does the senator from Ohio think there is any danger of the secretary of the treasury failing to buy 4,500,000 ounces of silver per month, if he can get it at less than par, as provided by this act?" Sherman "Not the slightest. A sug gestion has been made about the presi dent and secretary of the treasury haunt ing the capitol regarding this bill. I have not seen either of them, and I do not think a single conferee has been seen by either of them during the con ference. The president of the United States will do what he thinks is his bounden duty to do, under this obliga tion." WASHINGTON MATTERS. TUB PAQOSA SPRINGS RESERVATION. Washington, July 0. The senate com mittee on public lands has authorized ' a favorable report on Senator Teller's bill for opening the old Fort Lewis or Pagosa springG military reservation to settlement under the provisions of the homestead law. This reservation contains 2L',471 acres. NEW MEXICO ITMJC SCHOOLS. Representative Perkins, of Kansas, has introduced a bill establishing public schools in New Mexico, and creating an office of superintendent of public instruc tion for the territory. Authority is given to hold elections to decide on the amount of school tax to be levied1 for the support of schools, and to issue bonds for the same purposes. The friends of educa tion in both houses are expected to rally to the support of this bill, and there is not a doubt but that it will be passed by a handsome majority and at once become a law. STATVS OF LEGISLATION, Senator Morrill, chairman of the fi nance committee, will endeavor to have the tariff bill made the order of business after the shipping bills are out of the way. The indications, however, are that the river and harbor bill will be first taken up. The tariff bill, it is understood, will be in charge of Senator Aldrich. If the r'.ver and harbor bill gets the right of way, it is more than probable that the tariff debate will not be begun in earnest until next week, as there are three appropria tion bills to come before the senate this week, one of which, the sundry civil, is likely to precipitate a debate of some length. Among its provisions, as it passed the house, is an appro priation of $720,000 for the geological and irrigation surveys, to be expended under the direction of Director J. VV. Pow ell, and this will be antagonized by Sen ator Stewart and possibly by other west ern senators, who want the irrigation survey to be conducted by the agricul tural department. The other two appropriation bills are the Indian and consular and diplomatic. These exhaust the list of regular appro priation bills, except the deficiency bill. which will not come up before the senate until near the close of the session. The election bill will be received from the house to-uiorrow, and be referred to the committee on privileges and elections A caucus of Republican senators is ex pected some time this week, at which it win he decided whether or not to take up the bill at this session. Lottery Kill Vetoed. Baton Rouge, La., July 9. Uov. Nich oles has returned to the house, without approval, the now famous lottery bill. In his veto, which is of great length, he re fers to his message at the opening of the session, anticipating this legislation and urging its instant rejection for various reasons then set forth. In his present message he says his views heretofore ex pressed not only remain unchanged, but iiis convictions have deepened and strengthened. The persistent efforts which have been made to present Louis iana as a pauper unable, by and through her own legitimate resources, to sustain and carry out the duties of her statehood are utterly without foundation. The state and different parishes of this state were never, since the late war, in better condi tion than they are to-day. A Colorado Find. Denver, July 9. The News' special from Tin Cup, Colo., gives an account of the most wonderful discovery of gold ever reported in the world. The find is six miles from Tin Cup, on Cross mountain, and is owned by McCormick & Lewis. between the two lines there was ten feet in thickness, the lower sis feet being iron and manganese, the upper four gold bearing quartz carrying free gold. The lowest assay from this rock is $410 per ton, and there are specimens which, when put through a common mortar, run ifzo,- U00 to the ton. The two men are now taking out $5,000 each per day. It this streak is only one yard m depth and extends the full length of the claim (1,500 feet there is 1563,000 of cold in it. If the dip goes down 1,000 feet it is worth $187,479,000. The average value is placed at $1,000 per ton. The excitement over the discovery is intense, and thousands of miners are rushing into the camp. A., T. & S. F. Employes. Topeka, Kas., July !. The grievance committee of conductors and brakemen of the Santa Fe system appeared before Gen. Supt. Sands yesterday and demand ed a revision of the present schedule of wages. tor the past ten days the employes have been in session at Newton, Kas.', and as a result have drawn up a new schedule which, with a statement of grievances, has been submitted. The new schedule is what is called standard wages by railroad men, and is substantially as follows: For freight conductors, 3 cents per mile and overtime 30 cents per hour; for brakemen, 2 cents per mile, and for overtime 20 cents per hour. The passenger conductors de mand that the grading system be abol ished, and $125 per month be paid for running 3,500 miles. Over these num ber of miles they want Z)4 cents per mile. Passenger brakemen demand $55 per month for the same number of miles, and 2' 4 cents for the excess. The railway othciais have the matter under advisement. Be Sure If you have made up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparilla do not be induced to take any other. Hood's Sarsaparilla is a peculiar medicine, possessing, by virtue of its peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation, curative power superior to any other article. A Boston lady who knew what she wanted, and whose example is worthy Imitation, tells ber experience below: To Get "In one store whore I went to buy Hood's Sarsaparilla tho clerk tried to induce me buy their own Instead of Hood's; he told me thelr's would last longer; that I might take it on ten days' trial; that if I did not like it I need not pay anything, etc. But he could not prevail on me to change. I told him I knew what Hood's Sarsaparilla was. I had taken it, was satisfied with it, and did not want any other. Hood's When I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla I was feeling real miserable, suffering a great deal with dyspepsia, and so weak that at times I could hardly stand. I looked, and had for some time, like a person in con sumption. Hood's Sarsaparilla did me so much good that I wonder at myself sometimes, and my friends frequently speak ot it." Mas. Ell A. Goff, 61 Terrace Street, Boston. Sarsaparilla SoldbylldtBggtit. $llx for $5. Prepared only by C. I. HOOD A CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mats. IOO Doses 0e Dollar filiform. !l. The Knights of Awful Hot. Chicago, July 9. Iho lowest point i touched by the inercurv yesterdav was 7. At 10 o'clock it was 83. New York, July 9. Yesterday was tho hottest day New York has experienced in years. A'nuuiber of cases of prostration have been reported, but no deaths. At i p. m. the thermometer registered ion. Knight li Afrr.WAi'k'PK. .Tiilv Pythias of the United States are gathered here. The streets are alive with uni formed men. Every train serves to swell the sweltering mass. The weather is intensely hot. The Pvthiflll ICniirhts. arrnvpt in amnlx-.- black, buckled tight, with accoutrements, present a great picture ol diseomlort. No More Monopoly as to Seals. San Francisco, July 9. The Chron icle states that the Alaska Commercial company, which, until recently, had the exclusive right to capture seals in the American w ators of Behriug sea, has now secured a contract with the Russian gov ernment (zrnntiner il. (lie pvchuivp rii.l.t (,-. capture seals on the Siberian coast. The i uumner oi seals to ue taken is limitod, but it is believed to be very largo. The steamer Karluk, owned by "the company, has recently sailed for Peteroll'sky to capture seals there. The competition of the Alaskan com pany will be very severe for the North American Commercial company, which was recently awarded by tho l.'nited States the sealing privileges in Retiring Sea. and it is believed that, the ellnrt will be to greatly reduce the price of skins. funds For the 4tli. Treasurer's statement of money collec ted and expended for the July 4 celebra tion : nr. (M :,0 OTEL em, First a, mas RUMSEY BURNHAM. Santa Fo, New Mexico Cusli collected Horse nud burro races f :,o Firu works, express, stuuil tijtint'S T.i 00 Foot, sack, potnto, 3 legged race 71 7'. I! S. military baud .'I mi New Mexican .". oil Sim 8. 7 1 Unas. Probst t fit) Premium to liremen -'0 00 Balance on hawi JO 10 The $20 balance on hand has been donated by the executive committee to the Ladies' Aid society of this city to be applied viz: $15 to the carpenters for set ting the new benches in the plaza ; $4 moving piano at the time of ball and for collecting for said benchos; the other $1, together with $2.50 surplus from the 4th ot July ball, to lie donated to the trim ming of the trees in the plaza. All of which is respectfully submitted, SoL. SriEGKI.IILHG, Treas. 4th of July Executive Com. liiiins and Good Grass. For ten days past every twenty-four hours or so has brought a rain storm down out of the mountains, and great good has resulted for the orchardists and farmers. At the head of the Santa Fe canon it rained almost the entire day yesterday, and began it again last night. Advices lrom the northern part oi the county say bountifully rains have also lallen there, while in south and south eastern Santa Fe county the rain fall has been unusually heavv. In tho latter locality grass on the stock ranges has not in eight years been so atmuiluut a tlii.s season, and the present storm season as sures a steady improvement in tho range till the frost conies. FIRST NATIONAL BANK or Santa Fo, Now Mexico. PEDRO PEREA, - President T. Q. CATROFi, Vice President R. J. PALETJ, - - Cashier ie Second national Bank OF NEW MEXICO. CAPITAL PAID UP - - $150,000 Does a general banking tannines and solicits patronage of the pablie. L. SPIEGELBEEft. Pres. Wlmt They are Good For. lirandreth's Pills are the best medicine known. First They are purely vegetable, in fact a medicated food. Second The same dose always pro duces the same effect other purgatives require increased doses and finally cease acting. Third They purify the blood. Fourth They invigorate the digestion and cleans the stomach and bowels. Fifth They stimulate the liver and carry off vitiated bile and other depraved secretions. The first two or three doses tell the story. The skin becomes clear, the eye bright, the mind active, digestion is re stored, costiveness cured, the animal vig or is recruited and all decay arrested. Brandreth's Pills are sold in every drug and medicine store, either plain or sugar coated. Miss A. Mugler, II ineiyaniM Mancf Goods, GRIFFIN BLOCK, Southeast Cor. "Washington Av. SANTA FE, N. M. J. WELTMER BOOK, STATIONERY AND News Depot! MABIE, TODD & CO.'S GOLD PENS Fresh Candles Specialty. Fine Cigars, Tol aeeo, Motions, Kte. W. G. SIMMONS. Oashia - N. EiYIMERT, Staple and Fancy Groceries San Francisco St., S. W, Cor. Plaza, SANTA FE, N. N. SOL. LOWITZKI & SON. ESTABLISHED 1S7S. Livery and Feed Stables Best Stock of Horses and Carriages in town. HACKS PROMPTLY FURNISHED. Don't fall to Tlult TF.sroi'K IM1MN VILT,A(iK; three hours on the roanil trip. Mpeoial attention to outlltiing travelers over the conutry. Careful drtrera furnished on application. Lower San Francisco St., SANTA FE, N. M A SUMMER RESORT! G-O TO THE PICTURESQUE PECOS VALLEY. I have opened a Comfortable Hostelrle oil the Upper I'eeoa, near Cvoper'e where tourists and the citizens of New Mexico will hare every acoomodatlea while enjoying an ontlng In this delightful spou Dally Stages to and from Olorleta on the A., T. ft 8. F. IF. POWERS, GLORIETA, X. M. The Ph. Zang 0 rowing Go. Proprietors of the ROCKY MOUNTAIN BREWERY, DKNVKR, COLO. With a Capacity of 150,000 Barrels per Annum. ADOLPH J. ZANG, Cen'l Mangr. CELEBRATED PILSENER BOTTLED BEER a Specialty Local Agent. It. HAJSliET. Blank Book anufactory ! AND BINDERY. All kinds of ?Jlank IJooks used by V ercliana. Hanks, County OOicials, Mining: and Kail road Complin s made to order Wanks of all kinds ruled and 511 iuted to order. Music and MaKaaiues vieatly and .substantially bound. The best of materials iweli prices moderate and work warranted. A 1 orders by mail receive prompt ttt'iil ion. flid Hoiks and Music Rebound. NEW MEYICAN PRINTING CO. ZLSTEW 3NEE2S:iCO THE COMING The Mesilla Valle its Garden Spot! COUITTRY TEN ACRES ENOUGH 79 dioice Irrigated Lands improved and UulrnproTed attractively ,aimii for eale . on long time will . low Intcrwt. WARRANTY DEEDS GIVEN. Write for Illustrated folders lvlnK full particulars t K, LlVINGrSTON u Qan era Atrent RIO CRAWDE LAND COMPANY. Las Cruces. M. R3