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J. W. SCHOFIELD,
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VOL. 27.
. SANTA FE, N. M., THUliSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1890.
NO. 148
S- SPITZ.
Gold and Silver
PINE FILIGREE JEWELRY
Diamonds. Watches, Clocks and Silverware.
Ha Itlie Representation! mass
f Geods.
tore and Factory,
Next door Heeond National Bank
Diamond Setting ail Watch Eepairinn Promptly and Efficient!; Done
The City Meat Market
ESTABLISHED IN 1859.
AUGUST HXRSCHNER, Propr.
DKALEK IN ALL KIKDB Of
Fresh and Salt Meats and Sausage of all Kinds
SAN FRANCISCO 8T., SANTA FE, N. M.
f ' i .1 i
FISCHER BREWING CO.
MAXWAOTramt or
Strictly Pure Lager Beer!
ad the
FINEST MINERAL WATERS
The Second National Bank
OP NEW MEXICO.
IF-A-IID UJP - - JBISO.OOO
Duel general banking business uid solicits patronage of the public
L. SPIEGELBEBft. Pres.
W. O, SIMMONS. Cashie
fin isrtO
J. G. Schumann,
Vtf ALI&ER Soots, Shoes, Leather and Finding
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Keep OB hand a UU assortment ol Indies' ana
Children'! Fine Shoes; alio the M 'dlmm and the
Cheap f-dei. I woald call especial attention M
y Calf k.JdLli'M Kip WALKER Boot, akoa
lor men who do heavy work and need a sett bat
serviceable apper leather, with heavy, nbstasv
tlal, triple lolea and standard icrew fasten
Orden by mail promptly attended to.
P. 0. Box 143, Santa Fe, N. M
H. B. CARTWRICHT,
flueeessor to OABTWBIOHT & GRISWOLD,
DEALER IN
is Slant: il Fait! Graemes
We are Manufacturers' Agents for the well known
Dew Drop lirand Canned Fruit & YegetaWes
Also agents in Santa Fe for Patent Imperial Flour, the
finest flour in the market. ,,.,
We keep in stock the world renowned PBABODT CREAMERY
BUTTER, Fresh Fruit, Confectionery, Nuts, etc.
No. 4 Bakery in Connection with the Store.
: 1858 :
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Genera
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Merchandise
SAN FRANCISCO STREET,
fcwfcttMd Most Complete Btoekof Gcnnr..1 a rchaodU
Carried im the Kntsx South w.
Not The Largest But The Best !
Tlfi Wiiti LIFE Iiiib Cilif
OIF1 IsTEW YOBK.
J. W. SCHOFIELD, Gen'l Agt, for New Mexico.
For LIFE, FIRE and ACCIDENT INSURANCE, and Safe arfti Prof
itable Investments, Address, J. W. SCHOFIELD, Santa Fe, N. M.
Telegraphic Tidings
WASHINGTON MATTERS.
ARID LANDS TANOlA'.
Washington, Auk. 14. The conference
committee of the two houses on the sun
dry civil bill had another meeting yester
day. In conversation, Mr. Cannon sad
he was willing to so modify tiie act of 1888
as to validate all entries made since that
act became a law, but not to repeal it, and
he would insist upon the reservation of
canal and reservoir sites already made or
to be made, and a modification of the
land laws which would repeal the pre
emption law and leave only the home
stead and desert land acts in force and
would restrict all entries under the latter
to 160 acres.
lie intimates that if the senate does
not want to accept this they will have
another conference. On the other hand,
the senators say they will not consent
that there should be any tinkering with
the land laws on an appropriation bill
Thus the matter is getting into a con
siderable tangle.
That the public may understand how
important this matter is, a statement has
been made from the general land office
showing how many entries are anecteu
and rendered invalid by the attorney
general's opinion as to the scope of this
act.
It appears from this statement that
there have been 134,000 entries in the en
tire cotfutrv and over 9.000.000 acres of
land entered.
There were 10,000 entries in Colorado
alone, covering 700,000 acres. The area
which it affected in Utah is over 1,000,-
000 acres, in New Mexico 300,000,
in Arizona 3,000,000 and in Wyoming
7UO.O0O.
Said In the Senate.
Washington, Aug. 14. In the senate
the house amendment te the senate hills
which adopt regulations to prevent collis
ions at sea, and to amend an act relative
to shipping commissioners was concurred
in.
The senate then proceeded to the con
sideration of executive business. The
resolution offered by Edmunds yesterday,
limiting debate on the tariff bill, was re
ported to the committee on rules.
lilair's resolution, authorizing provis
ion for the previous question, took the
same direction on his own motion.
uuay s resolution, providing among
other things, for a vote on the tariff
bill on the 30th of August, was also on
motion referred to the committee on rules.
After a statement by Quay that the reso
lution for the general appropriation bills
included the river and harbor bill, Hoar
offered an amendment so as to include
the federal election bill among the meas
ures to be taken up for consideration at
the present session. Also referred to the
committee on rules.
The bouse joint resolution extending the
provisions of existing laws providing for
the temporary expenditures of the govern
ment to the 20th of August was taken up
and passed.
The tariff bill was then taken up, the
pending question being ou Vest's amend
ment, which was offered Monday, reduc
ing the duty on tin plates from 2 2-10cents
per pound to 1 rent per pound. Gray
continued his argument iu support of the
amendment.
Irrigation 1'robleinn.
Washington, D. C, Aug. 14. An ef
fort will be made in the senate when the
deficiency appropriation bill comes up to
secure an appropriation for reclaiming
throughout the arid region of the belts ef
country in which the sinking of artesian
wells would probably be profitable.
Senator Moody, of South Dakota, in par
ticular, thinks that by the artesian sys
tem a great part of the western lands can
be reclaimed and made to yield larg6 and
certain crops. He thinks this is espe
cially true of those sections of the country
where the trouble arises from prolonged
series of drouth at infrequent intervals.
To-day he reported from the senate spe
cial irrigation committee a proposed
amendment to the deficiency bill to ap
propriate $100,000 to enable the secretary
of agriculture to continue his investiga
tions for the purpose of determining the
extent and availability for irrigation of
the underflow and artesian waters within
the region between the 97th degree of
longitude and the western foot-hills of
the Rocky mountains, and to collect and
publish information as to the best meth
ods of cultivating the soil by irrigation.
The house yesterday after very little
debate approved the report of the confer
ence on the sundry civil appropriation
bill. The matter now goes back for an
argument over the irrigation amendment,
which is the only matter left in dispute.
Those who have been watching the mat
ter, say that a compromise arrangement
would be speedily reached.
The Railroad Strike.
New York, Aug. 14. The strike situa
tion remains practically unchanged, ex
cepting that the officials claim that it is
improved. They say that the running of
passenger trains has resumed a normal
condition, and that freight trains will be
more regularly moved to-day.
Albany.-The Delaware & Hudson
switchmen and brakeuien heve gone aut
and the road is tied up. l ive hundred
Michigan Central men were sent to west
Albany at 11 o'clock to move freight for
the New York Central.
Reid, of the locomotive firoman's
brotherhood, is authority for the follow
ing : "We are all ordered oiiby an order
from headquarters."
The men claim that they detected the
Delaware & Hudson officials endeavoring
to move New York Central freight iu vio
lation of the promise made to the district
assembly. They say the strike will ex
tend to the whole length of the road.
Three carloads of l'inkerton men have
just left the depot to protect non-union
men in the west Albany yards. Serious
trouble is anticipated.
Gen. Alger's Address to the G. A. R.
Bonton, Aug. 14. Following is a sum
mary of the address of Gen. R. A. Alger,
commander in chief of the Grand Army
of the Republic, delivered yesterday : He
congratulated the heroes of the late war
on celebrating the 25th anniversary of the
end of the rebellion in the historic city
known as the "Cradle of Liberty," and
delivered warm words of welcome to Gen.
Sherman. He reported the condition
of the organization as excellent. The
total membership on the rolls is 458,
230 against 427,981 a year ago. After
referring to the disappointment in the i
ranks that congress had not passed a J
service pension Dill, tne speaker con
tinued : "Much misapprehension exifts,
I think, concerning the disability bill
passed June 27, 1890. By a careful read
ing of this law and an official explana
tion of it, it will be seen, no matter what
a man's financial condition may be, if he
be physically disabled from performing
manual labor he is entitled to a pension.
The conditions being, first, physical disa
bility not necessarily contracted in serv
ice; and second, that proof of
such disability may be made up
on the certificate from his physician
and without the testimony of his
former comrades. Should any
member of this encampment to-day re
ceive a permanent injury, not the result
of his own vicious habits, he would be
entitled to a pension. Let us )e just to
our law makers, even though they have
not given us ail we asked, ino country
on earth is, or ever has been, nearly so
generous to its soldiers as ours." Con
cerning the Grant monument, Gen. Alger
said: "An ordinary plain vault on the
bank of the Hudson marks the resting
place of our great chieftain. This is not
creditable, either to us or this nation.
There should be erected at the capital
city of this government, and dedicated
to the memory of this great man, a me
morial building, such as will be a credit
to the whole people. Not a shaft, not a
statue, but a monumental structure such
as has not been built in this or any other
couutry, to which every citizen within
the domains of this great land can refer
with just pride. I recommend that a
committee of five be appointed by this
encampment, whose duties shall be in
accordance with the foregoing object,
and that thev be employed to solicit aid
from the general government and indi
viduals.
Uitle Commonwealths. j
Lkwikton, Me., Aug. 14. By the cen-1
sus the population of Maine bus incrcaHed j
9,500 since 1880. The population of Ver-!
mont is 332,000, a decrease of 280. j
Bents 'Kin all.
New York, Aug. 14. The steamship
Teutonic has smashed all records, mak
ing the run from Roche's Point to
Sandy Hook in 5 days, 19 hours and 5
minutes.
Ex-Governor Foster Declines.
Tiffin, Ohio, Aug. 14. Ex-Governor
Charles Foster has written a letter to a
prominent Repulican leader in this city
announcing that under no circumstances
will he accept a nomination for congress.
List of Religious Houses in Koine.
Rome, Aug. 14. Premier Crispi has
ordered a list to be made of all religious
houses in Rome, with a view to confiscat
ing those that are liable to suppression
under the law.
Charges Against Army Officers.
Washington, Aug. 14. The charges
and specifications in the cases of Col. A.
V. Kauntz, 8th lnlantry, and Gen. J. li.
Brooke, hove been submitted by Gen.
Schofield to the secretary of war for his
action.
A Talk About the Farmers' Alliance.
New York, Aug. 14. Senator John P.
Jones, of Nevada, expressed himself very
freely in an interview on tne farmers
Alliance. He thought that farmers might
secure twenty or thirty or even forty Al
liance members in the next congress.
Then the end of the movement will
come," said he, "because when they are
there they will have nothing for which
they can unitedly ask or which they w ill
demand to have done that is not now
being done. That part of their move
ment on which I look with most interest
is the demand for the issuance of money
upon products corn, wheat, oaks, etc. It
is going to make the men who have been
crying for years that money must have an
intrinsic value take a new view of things.
ntiu squealing.
Nearly as many Optics as Nw Mki
; icans are read in Santa Fe. Shameful,
but true. Las Vegas Optic.
Faton's lufant Industry The Latest,
j August 4. Mrs. F. Mayott presented
her husband with a son.
August 5. Mr. and Mrs. KJ. Tyrell re
joice over the advent of a bouncing twelve
pound boy.
August 6. Dull day ; no arrivals.
' August 7. A little daughter arrived to
gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. 11. W.
Carr.
August 8. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Will
iams gave thanks to Him from whom all
blessings flow a eoift
August 9. The home of Mr. and Mrs.
F. Jirueugeman was made more interest
iiiu by the arrival of a daughter.
Total for week ending August 9, five
total for corresponding week of last year
two. 1 uture developments are anxiously
awaited.
Census Supt. Porter will be asked for a
new count or a supplement to the old one.
Reporter.
nil I it noes.
TlMfvlV S irsiij'uriliit
1 1'iitilics the blond.
2 (Ireates an appetite.
3 Strengthens the nerves.
4. Makes the weak strong.
J. Overcomes that tired feeling,
(j Cures scrofula, salt rheum, etc,
7. Invigorates the kidneys and liver.
8. Releives headache, indigestion, dyspepsia.
The Ni:v MVwa Mai fncilit'ps for do
ing first-das' job w.-irk of nil kinds and as
i i iip n mii I r hiid in any city in the
coin.t.rv. Tin '-" is mm pvet:!1 fur sending
pui-h w.r1; i.'-.l ef l.m n, to I li'i. vr, Kaunas
Oitv, l'i i'li-f' 'i, !ila or :,,,y oliiti pcint
Keen the nimivv 111 iij'.
Goods
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SouUica.st Cor. Washington Av-
5AKTA FE, N.M.
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SANTA FH, N. M.
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Santa Fe, New 2Iexier.
PEDRO PEREA.
T. B. CATRON
R. J. PALEN,
Vice President
Cashiei
W. ML EiVliYlERT,
Staple and Fancy Groceries
San Francisco St., S. V7. Cor. Plaza, SANTA FE, N. N.
SOL. LOWITZKI & SON.
KSJ'AISUSIIKI) 1S78." J
Livery and Feed Stables
Best Stock of Horses and Carriages in town,
HACKS I'ltO UPThY FL UX ISM El.
Uoli't fll t Tl-lt TKHIIOIHC IVIIHV VirX.UiK: (hr. hour. ,.n the round
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Lower San Francisco St., SANTA FE, N. M
A SUMMER RESORT!
G-O TO
THE PICTURESQUE PECOS VALLEY.
1 bare ..,,eiied a Comfortable Hmtolrle on tlie I,,er Vw. ,r c Br','
where tourists and the citizens of New Moxlou will he e,r .'. ., o,o.lai.,.
while enjoying an outing In this deUg-hUul spou
lally Htaga to and from (llorleta on the A., T. & . F.
2?- POWERS.
GLOKIETA, X. 1.
The Yost Writing Machine.
The New snJ Higher Standard.
Mr. V"r iiiu.' im i-ni.ir of r he two other
i; ,( u 'riii-r ki.cm' ii. ,. is world-u'iilf j. has
l-if(i-itil I his n at-biue upon simiililied
i'l-as.
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tr.l aic) .nrnM'-.mI ,i- t-l I'KKll, Strt'USJtll.
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tie hist i-bi.
-0. L. EVANS, Gen'l Agt, Denver.
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NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO, Local Agt
AGRICULTURAL
LEE
OF NEW MEXICO,
AT LAS CRUCES.
TUITION; in College Department, -: -:- FREE!
In Preparatory Department, per term, -:- $5.00
" year,-:-$15.00
College well equipped with strong FaeuKj, Chemical, Phil
osophical and Botanical Apparatus, with Trausits, Levels, and a
a good Library. Catalogues containing full information, on ap
plication.
HIRAM HAD LEY, Pres't.
0STEW
MEXICO THE COMH3STG- COXJ3STT
The Mesilla Valle? its Garden Spot!
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'hole- Irrigated Laud. tlmproTed and Unimproved attractive!; plan lor sale on long time with low interest. WARRANTY lKLD8 GIVE. Writ for Illustrate! tohlra xivinic fuii partic.iiai
j K.UVJNGSTON,
y CenralAgent,
RIO GRANDE LAND COMPANY: Las Crucss. W. W

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