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The Daily to Mexican
THURSDAY, AUCiCST 7. C. M. CREAMER in. We hare in acock a line of Toilet Articles of every description; also a full line of Import ed Cigars A Imported At California Wine ami lirsMlllifY. BrerytHMly atmit we carry tl largest stock in the territory in oar line, o-oiimihiiii-iiMs we defy com petit ion iu quality or in (irii-es. OPEN DAY OR NIGHT 5"" p a 6:46 a. m. ft:h p.m. s 1 METEOROLOCICAL. ' 'I;K OP OHSKRVBB,, ( Santa Fa, vf., Aujust t, 1X90. i 5 2 3 3 So 2 32 tr Cloudls Cloudls 82 Max uiHrn i eini-ramre Minimum Temperature Total Precipitation . . M w. L. WinMBTRRt wenrt,, Siimal Corps Note -T Indicates procipln InanorAHahle. J. W. O LINGER. lndertato-.'-anrf-.'-EmtaliiieK Cer. Water and ou Oaanar gts.. JNO. HAMPEL, lar and Gravel PLUMBING M EAS FITT1KG. Lowest pricei and first cl work. LOWER TKIBCO ST., BAM' FK N.M SIMON FILCER Contractor & Biler. Cabinet Making of all kindi, and repair ing done promptly and In a flrstelass man ner; Bllng and repairing saws. Shop, four doora below flchnepple's. ou 'Frlaoo Htreet THE NARROW GAUGE. Significant Pointer TonchlnR the Eiten tion Southward-The Chief Kn gineer's Betnrn. Chief Emrineer roieman, oi uie eanra i Fe Southern road, haa returned iroin New York where he has been for two weeks in conference with Messrs. E. R. Chapman & Co. and others, backers of the Kspa-nola-Santa Fe narrow gauge. Mr. Cole man took with him and explained in detail all his reports, plats and maps relating to the extension of the road from Santa Fe via. Cerrillos to San Tedro. He was called upon to-day and asked a few questions relative to the extension of the road south, but said it would be improper at this time for him to make any state ment in the premises. However, he admitted that his reports touching the feasibility of the route selected, the com parative small cost of construction, the business in Bight and the increased value to be given the existing line by this ex tension southward, were all of a favor able nature and that the backers of the road spoil e of the project in the most en couraging terms. The simple lact that Air. uoieman lias been sent back here to continue bis duties as chief engineer, is, however, the most encouraging feature in the w hole affair. This fact taken in connection with the earnest efforts now being made before the district court to clear up all litigation affecting the narrow gauge is significant of an early movement toward the south. In fact, from the manner in which Col. Lamison, rep resenting the Brice-Thomas syndicate, has gone about this business it is not difficult to see that there is something back of it. The truth is the Brice-Thomas people have come to see at last that their prop erty, as it at present stands, can never be matte profitable, whereas by extending it eolith it is destined to play an important part in the railroad system ot JNew Mex ico which the near future will Bee half a dozen different corporations scrambling to cover. Breakfast cocoa, imported pickles, malt vinegar, salt mackerel and fine assortment of Kennedy's cookies, crackers, etc., just in at Euiruert's. IN THE DISTRICT COURT. A Victory for the Maxwell Grant In the Long Pending Ejectment Suit Court Note. M Hi Southeast cor. Plaza, SANTA FE, N. to.. tentrallf Lecao, tmuel ReflttterJ. TERMS $2 per Special Rates by the week J.T. FORSHA. Propr TYLER DESKS-200 New Styles. TYLER KOYAL TYPE WRITER CABINETS, TA BUS, CHAIRS, J00K CASES, Ac, at Reduoed Ratei and Speeial Disoounts. Catalog for 1890 now ready. 130 page), Illustrated. Book free; Portage 10c TYLER BANK COUNTERS. VMMftllM It BitIk, Quality ad PHr. Illaatnted li Colon I ItorfMt work of Art ISO page. Book freei PuaUge It ta. IILU DESK CO., ST. LOTIS, MO., U.S.A. Since 1881 there have been pending in the district court for the 4th and 1st judi cial districts several cases in ejectment brought by the Maxwell Land Grant com pany against certain squatters on the lands of the company. These cases were brought to this county on a change of venue and were reached yesterday, and a decision obtained that settles the whole of them. At the trial of the first case yes terday it appeared that the defendant, a squatter, set up a claim for the value of the improvements, out did not show that he had title, derived either from the United States or Mexico, but insisted that, under section 2581, of the Compiled Laws of New Mexico, if the judgment was against him for the possession of the land he was entitled to have payment for his improvements. The court held that the section quoted only applied to persons making improvements on public lauds; that plaintiff having recorded its deeds of title, before defendant made his improve ments, such record was sufficient notice ti c'efendHnt of plaintiffs title, and that after such record of title no claim could bf made for improvements in an action for ejectment. I lie jury was directed by the court to find the defendants guilty, and assess plaintiff's damages for mesne profits at 135. Hon. T. li. Catron conducted the case for the plaintiffs and Hon. L. C. Fort for the defendants. In the hearing of the cases of C. H. lrvin, JuBto Armijo, M. S. Otero and T. B. Catron against the T. S. F. & N. Rail road company, Col. Chas. N. Lamison, of Lima, Ohio, was authorized on motion of Mr. l'reston to appear on behalf of the railrad company, and in the suit of C. 11. Irvin and 1. 15. Catron the com pany's attorney was given three days in which to hie an additional plea there in. On the territorial civil docket, August Bruhn was fined 810 and costs for viola tion of the Sunday law ; B. Hanley, for a similar offense, was dismissed by payment of costs Territory vs. W. H. Moore, charged with obtaining money under false pre tenses; dismissed. Territory vs. tustaquio Jfadilla, extor tion, dismissed upon payment of costs Territory vs. same,' disturbing elections, same entry. Territory vs. J. Martinez y Komero, abandoning wife, same entry. lernturv vs. M. Martinez, rape; tseie- rino Rivera, assault on wife ; Serilo Ahey tia, murder; Isaac Flood, resisting at officer, and James Roche, resisting ai officer, continued till next term. Territory vs. Wm. Kane, larceny, bond forfeited and scire facias ordered. The grand jury returned an indictment against o. Lowitzki, charging him with assault upon Willis Turner. on the united states side of the court, the motion to quash the indictment against Donaciano Duran, for violation of the Edmunds act, was denied by the court. This is the case so elaborately argued last week by Mr. Knaebel and Mr. Fiske.the former contending that the Edmunds act was not applicable to this and other territories but to Utah only, The court decided that it is. Try that family tripe at Emuiert's. ARMY RIFLE SHOTS. Fort Marcy Representatives at the Top Resuit of the First Day's Con test at Bayard. To the Editor of the New Mexican. Fobt Bayard, N. M., Aug., 6. I inclose the scores of the twelve highest men for the first day's shooting in the regular competition for the department team. There are twenty-eight competitors. Ser geants Green and Gleeson.of Fort Marcy, are shooting very well, although both have been sick. There will be another day's shooting at known distances and two day's skirmish firing. Forty-five points above centers we consider very large for the first twelve men. O'Flaherty, who stands at the top for the first day, belonged at Fort Marcy, company D, until a lew days ago when he was transferred to Fort Stanton, to com pany B, 10th infantry. Will forward you results ot second day 's work. On the 9th instant the ten highest men in this contest and Lieut. R. C. Van miNrii-iffr -ini.-afiva.-ii,faMr.iitfs.'iTiTirni m n yiianvmm Viiol, oi Fort Marcy, leave for Monterey, C'al.,to compcto for places on the divis ion ritlff tui'ii. Appended is the score for the first day's shoot : rt-nt , itif'y Kuown ilisnni's, jitnls. 5 j : I Kiiwalil U Flahei h . W'lills Pearcall . vi illiain Wilkt'S Frank 1'. Ughum . . flutell Gui rani .... Daniel (.'allahau K. lc W. liamsey. Villinm O ciisou . T. si. McL'aleti. ... A. L. Meliregor David Davis. . Arthur Kuril Hrlva'e It. 5CH4L K, Serti't . f Corp. I. I'rivare K, 1'rivi.ti" 1!, Jit l.'t Seru' t . I. IstL't . I' Ivatc dorp. II, Ijm Ski 1 :s i:: 4f. i 171 ::4 40 I- 44 4D m L' l 11 4K t 41) lt6 H IU 41 43 40 164 41 44 W W 164 I' 4,i 411 40 ilti 164 '.) 10 41 46 34' 164 10 44 40 43 ;S6il6:i i 43 :S.'i4o 37 WJ U 404l!4O'40'161 10 30 38 46 37 160 11 3D :i:4-l37 160 F'resh supply of fruitcakes at Emniert's. Extra fine cream cheese at Eniinert's. PERSONAL. Jimmy l'hillips is here from Chicago. Henry ). Morris, of I'ueblo, is at the Palace. D. C. Hobart, of Silver City, is at the Palace. H. R. McMulleii, of Aurora, lud, is at the Exchange. Frank Kadiu, ot Albuquerque, is at the Exchange. . L. (. Jones is in from Cerrillos on business. Mariano Perea is at the Palace from Bernalillo. Henry Yates and A. I). Clarke returned from San Pedro this morning. J. W. Reed and wife, of Pueblo, left for home this morning over the narrow gauge. E. A. Coyne, of Chicago, and H. J. Bilbrough, of St. Louis, stop at the Palace. Large ripe banannas 25 cts., per dozen at Emniert's. KOUM AltOUT TOWN. The incorporation petitions ought to be kept in circulation. The Muller-Colenian coal contest will be resumed at the local land office to morrow. New notaries public have been ap pointed as follows: J. Frank Chavez, Lcs Lunas ; Placido Baca y Baca, Eden , Antonio Lucero, Las Vegas. If anything like a concerted movement were made liberal excursion rates from all points in Colorado and New Mexico to Santa Fe could unqinstionably be had from the railroads. Titus A Williams' shadowgraph and pantomime performance was enjoyed by a fair audience at Gray's opera house last night. The entertainment will be re peated this evening. Don Ulrich Tainony, the old time res tauranteur, after trying Albuquerque, Cer rillos and San Pedro has come back to the capital city, his first love, and to-day he leased the Hotel Capital and will rt open it as a hotel. Mr. F. II. Price, uu old Ohio hotel man, for three years a resident of Du raugo, Colo., and late of El Paso, arrived here three day's ago, and after looking around the city concluded to camp here. To-day he bought out G. M. Duvis' Ala mo hotel, and he and Mrs. Price will un dertake to make it henceforth especially attractive at the Alamo for tourists and health seekers. At the census office work is progressing slowly, the reports, many of them, having come to hand so incomplete that it has been necessary to return them to enn merators for correction. Outside of the figures already published, only the popu lation of Silver City can not be approxi mated. The population of that place is set down at 2,200. The re-enumeration of south Santa Fe will be completed in a day or two. For Sale. As I wish to engage in another busi ness, I offer my place of business, known as the Headquarters saioon, facing on the plaza, for sale toge'.her w ith all fixtures and club room furniture. Gkoboe Dkauoiian. New Mining Company. The Mangas Mining company has filed articles of incorporation at the office of the territorial secretary. The incorpora tors are S. B. McBride, W. O. Hutchin son, Edwin J. L. Green, of Hays coun ty, Texas; L. J. Storey, of Caldwell coun ty, Texas, and Lewis L. Mitchell, of Grant county, N. M. The capital stock is placed at $700,000, and the principal place of business is fcaver Uity. Not Very Muelit Now comes the information that White Cap notices have been posted on the water works at Santa Fe to the effect that the property is doomed to destruction, hav ing interfered with the water rights of the people. New JYIkxtcan please copy. Las Vegas Optic. The Optic is incorrect. No such no tices have been posted, nor has any sort of threats to this effect been made. There are no "White Caps" in Santa Fe. Nor will there be any. The citizens of Santa Fe are too law abiding for that. Public sentiment as expressed by the New Mex ican compels the peace officers to do their duty. Optic please copy. Another Shot at Santa Fe. The Las Vegas Optic continues to squeal over the publication of the facts about the San Miguel county White Caps. It says : '"The Optic can say for the benefit of the sensational News, of Denver, and its mendacious correspondent in Santa Fe, that the people of Las Vegas are by no means terrorized at the depredations of "White Caps." The shoe fits pretty well in Santa e county, wnere iroin we signs of the times an occasional grabber of a whole grant begins to tremble lest he lose the ill-gotten accumulations of years. The report in the News contains some truths for all of which the Optic is originally responsible, and it may be well to state right here and now that in his frantic efforts to injure Las Vegas by a special from Santa Fe, distorting the facts, the correspondent nas snot wiae of the mark, and done the whole terri tory an injury. That the governor asks the Knights of Labor to disband is a lie pure and simple, maliciously fabricated, as the facts are better known no where else than Santa Fe, and the people have no right to expect better." The San Pedro Milieu. James Cheeves is in from San Pedro to day and brings good words from the camp. Ho says thirty-five men are now employ ed iu the Big Copper property and that the most systematic work carried on in the mines for years bus resulted in re vealing a fine body of ore. Mr. Cheeves has taken a contract to get cut and de liver a large supply of iron ore, used for fluxing in the furnaces of the Santa Fe Copper company's plant, and from this it appears that a resumption of work at the smelter is not far off. Nothing further lias of late been hea'd as to the erection of a concentrator by this company, but it is understood such a plant will soon arrivo ou the ground. A new strike in copper and also a new Bold find in mines adjacent to San Pedro is spoken of by Mr. Cheeves, and as for the fres Hermanos, he says it is showing a fine body of ore. surprising everyone in the camp by its richness. He thinks the Lincoln-Lucky will soon resume ship ments on a larger scale than ever, and that the Tres Hermanos will also not be long in becoming a regular shipper. TERRITORIAL TIPS. Excellent hay crop about Silver City. The United States mail service in New Mexico fails in two respects rapidity and regularity. The parties who are out of pocket by the destruction of railroad ties at and near the town of San Miguel, are Eugenio Griego, Martin Trujillo, Miguel Garcia and Jose Esquibel, and not the contractor, as currently reported and actually be lieved by some. Las Vegas Optic. The Mimbres hot springs are rapidly increasing in reputation, lhey will soon become a place of general resort for in valids and pleasure seekers from a large scope of country. These springs are forty- two in number, located in Grant county, about thirty-five miles from Hillsborough A committee of the Knights of Labor waited on Gov. L. Bradford Prince at the office of Col. T. B. Mills this afternoon. It was composed of the following mem bers of the order: Enrique Salazar, chairman ; Juan J. Herrera, Nicanor ller- rera, Tony Cajal, Mr. Brinegar, A. Griesin' ger. M. Baca, Nestor M on toy a. J. D. Al len, Jose Valdez and Jesus Ala. Tafoya. Las Vegas Optic. It is stated that intimidating notices have been posted on the doors of resi dents of Anton Chico or at least in that immediate vicinity, threatening the "dis appearance" of certain objectionable par ties objectionable because they have the courage to denounce the depredations be ing committed by "White Caps," some of whom are doing the dirty work under the cloak of the Knights of Labor. Las Ve gas Optic. On Tuesday Inst, there was a most ter rible accident at Water tjanon : A new engine has just come from the shop and was on her first trip to Magdalena, when near the station something went wrong and while the Foreman Lewis Wright, was fixing it, one of the tubes of the boil er blew out scalding Mr. Wright fright fully. Mr. Bowman and Conductor Donahue took the caboose and one car and brought it down the grade in safety to Socorro with the scalded fireman, who is now under treatment at the Windsor. Socorro Chieftain. We understand that Hon. F. A. Man zanares being desirous of having the much vexed Las Vegas laud grant question fin ally settled, has very generously determin ed to cede away all his undivided inter ests which he may possess upon the same, provided that the question is set tied in favor of the community. Mr. Manzanares in doing this, shows his dis interestedness and good will to aid the people to settle forever this matter which 1 uusirucuiig 11m weiiare anu ueveiop ment of this section. His manly and no ble example should be followed by many others in the grant whom we know are able to make the sacrifice for the 'benefit of the community. Voz del Pueblo, Las vegas. The most important strikes Were made on the St. Cloud group of mines this week. Messrs. reterson, Pitcher & Forest who have recently started two new shafts, one on the United States Treasury about 350 feet east of the 1 10 foot shaft, and the other on the west end of the White Eagle which adjoins the United States Treasury on the west, are quite jubilant over devel opments so far made. The new opening on the White Eagle discloses a very large body of ore rich in gold and silver : the ore is a soft, irony quartz carrying green horn silver, sulphide and chlorides. The new shaft of the United States treasury nas a inree-ioot pay-steaic 01 quartz car rying gold and silvtr in abundance. mis group ot mines, embracing seven claims, all of which have true fissure veins, and have endless bodies of ore that give returns away np in two hundreds of ounces. aiacK Kange. Vmversity of New Mexico. Prof. Wm. H. Newman, who was prin cipal of the university of New Mexico during the winter and spring term, 1889 and 1890, has resigned his position to the New West education commission, he having received an excellent offer from some of his friends to continue his studies on medicine, and he expects soon to enter as eastern medical college, for mat purpose. Trof. Newman's administration of the school last season was a marked success, tjuumueriiig uib many auverae circum stances attending its onsning in the mid dle of the school year, after having been cioseo lor some time. The people will regret very much his resignation, as Mr. Newman's character combined with his ability and high edu- cauoneo qualities, and social attainments nad won him many friends m this city among all classes. Whitin hall will be opened on the first monuay in September lor the la 1 term. A gentleman who is an excellent teacher will take Prof. Newman's place. Miss Whitlock. Miss Piatt and Miss Gunn and Mrs. Fry have all been re-engaged and the corp of teachers is to be increased. ine school will be craned, and Bverv effort will be made to make the coming years a highly successful one. Vt hat lines it Menn. ''i n .!-. one Diillar" means simply "!" ' i-'i's S,i re iiparilla is ttie most eco-ni-ini : nieilii-ine to buy, because it gives in-lur the ii:oii ey than an other prep aruiinii. Each bottle contains 100 doses and will avertie to last a month, while other preparations taken according to di- reciioim, are gone in a week. Therefore, be sure to net Hnnd'a SaraaoarillA. the best blood purifier. FOR SALIC. A fine collection of household goods w ill be sold at public auction on the plaza at 9 o'clock Monday next, August 11. It will pay you to be on hand and secure bargains. POWDER Absolutely Pure. A Cream of tartar baking powder. Iligest of all in leavening strength. U. S. Uoverumeut report, Aug. 17, 1859. Milk 10c a quart ; 5c rado saloon. a glass, at Colo- Fine McBrayer whisky loon. at Colorado sa- John McCullough Havana cigar, 5c, at Colorado saloon. Are You Married? If not. send your address to the American Corresponding Ulub, I'. O. vox 643 Clarksburg, W. Va. Stockholders' Meeting. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Falrview Cemetery company will be held at the office of E. L. Bartlett, at 4 p. m.. on Saturday, the 9th of August A. D. 1800, for the purpose of selecting board of directors for the ensuing year, and such other business as may properly come before the meeting. Max r rost, President G. A. R. Jtncauipuient. For the above occasion the A., T. & S F. railway will sell round trip tickets to Boston and return at the following rates $58.60, except via N. Y. Central & H. R railroad and via Chicago & M. C. or L 8. & M. S. railway, which will be $2.95 higher. Tickets on sale August 5 to 9 going limit, August 13, '90; final limit August 25. '90. Tickets must be executed at Boston for return passage previous to August 20. Final limit can be extended to not later than September 30 by depositing tickets with the lomt agent ot the Boston ter minal lines between August 12 and 19, inclusive. When passengers are ready to com mence the return journey, their tickets will then be made good for passage by train leaving Boston only on the day their tickets are returned, and for con tinuous passage only. For passengers taking advantage of the extension of time granted at Boston, it will be necessary tor them to have the return portion of the tickets west of Chi cago, St. Louis or Kansas City (as the case may be) extended to conform with the extension of time given on their tickets east of these points. For further information apply to W. M. Smith, Agent. BUSINESS NOTICES. w ANTED 10,000 old magazines to be bonnd attne mew Mexican s book bindery. t IT ANTED. 1,000 pounds old type metal at T T 1 this office. FOR BALE. T7V1K SALK. The household furniture at Drl X? vate sale of Mis Kate Hcrrou, uext to Jno. liampel; house lor sale or rent, all iu good cou-ditiou. TT'OR SALE. Teachers' blank Register Books X at tne omce 01 tne nan; mew Mexican. TJiOK SALE. Coal Declaratory Statements at i- the omce 01 Daily mew Mexican. "IT'OR SALE. Blank Utters of Guardianship x aim uuaraiaiiN mono, auauatn at tne omce of the Mew Mexican HriutiUK company. X?OR SALE. New Mexico laws of 18M at the 1 Dally mkw Mexican office; paper blndiuK, $3; sheep binding, 4, in English; $3,35 and $4.35 iu spanisn. D. W. MANLEY, DENTIST. Over O. M. Creamer! Drag Store OFFICE HOURS, - - 9 to 19, to 4 A. T. GRIGG & CO,, Dealers in Furniture, Crockery AND GLASSWARE. til Kind: of Repairing and Carpet Work Attended to, Wagner & Haffner's Old Stand. AX WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IDE ALAMO HOTEL Rales Reasonahte Location Central. BOARD BY THE DAI OR BY THE WEEK. Special arraugemeuts and every home comfort for Invalids and tourists. MRS. M. C. DAVIS, Prop'r. Santa Fe, N. M. J! L. VAN AESDELL & CO., Livery, Feed and Sale Stables HACKS AND BUSSES TO AND FE0M ALL TRAINS. Frisco Strret, Opposite New Mexican Oflioe, SANTA FE, N. M. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TOURISTS. Board and Care for Home at the Mnt Heanonahle Katm. IE- ID. J. WELTMER BOOK, STATIONERY AND News Depot! MABIE, TODD & CO.'S GOLD PENS fresh Candles a Bpeolalty. Fine Cigars, Tol aeeo. Notions. Its. UKALKK O Hardware.Crockery & Saddlery Agent for BAIN & MOLINE Farm & Spring Wagons AND RACINE BUCKBOARDS. DEALER IN Tombstones & Monuments AND IRON FENCINC. First Class Material and Especially Low Price. I 1 6 West 6th St., PUEBLO, COLO eilLla i HlAjRjPlWlAlRlE Plumbing, Gas & Steam Fitting. New Store: New Goods; AT THE OLD STAND. I take pleasure in (alllug attention of the puhlio to my stock ef Dry Goods and Clothing, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, Staple & Fancy Groceries. No shop worn, dost; nor stale goods in the honse; everything Is spank! span w. I receive goods dally from eastern auctions, and am able to and WILL sell at eastern prices. Bay, Grain and Feed a apeolalty. floods delivered to all parts of the elty free. Olve me a call and save money. ABE GOLD, Lower San Francisco St. For Sale and to Rent. ESTATE AND OTHER PROPERTY. W.A.ZLNTTIEID- Acre Property in Santa Fc. (from 1 to 1.000 acres.l Must bi Very Cheap, or will not buy. gWCatt, with dia grams, to the undersigned. FOR SALK. At STeat harffalns. nmj nf tha mna. riadr.hla TinllHInflp .fta. In Bsnta V. .Im fOUr SUd OUe-half and twelve AnrAfl nlnt. n... KiiIIHIho. ,ufl lnnatoH ilv mnm. nut- dence, stable and outhouses, one acre of ground In high state of cultlvatfon, numberless cholee bearlug fruft aud shade trees, berries, asparagus bed, otc, in perfect order; also a plot of land on Palace avenue, running thronph tn Httti Krunl. .traMf. tiH ahnnt Inn luat Aa.t nf nliu oue of the very best locations Fn the elty for Improvement with hotel, opera house, etc. GEO. W. KNAEBEL, Attorney, VaJaoe Ave., near Court House, SANTA FIB. GREAT REDUCTION SUMMER GOODS! M Miss A. Mugler, Winery an(M -Fancy Goods, GRIFFIN BLOCK, Southeast Cor. Washington Av SANTA FE, N.M. To make room for our Fall and Win ter Stock, we offer for the next 3 AYS mm stock of Summer Goods at Half Cost ! There are Great Bargains to be Had. Call and See! GRUNSFELD, LINDHEIM & CO. A. . IRELAND, Jr., P CRIPTIQN'-D 1ST.