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Of all description call aud see J. W. SCHOFIELD, SANTA KB, N. M. TTC fll A I If V NEW 5L Not the Largwt but the BEST The Washington Life fns Co J. W. SCHOriELD, inn'l Airint, Hants Fe, K. M VOL. 27. SANTA FE, N. M., SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1890. NO. 156 s. spit: Gold and Silv x : ! PINE FILIGREE T Diamonds, Watches, Clocks and Silverware. No Balie Keprepentatlonf mad r Goods. Store aud Factory, Next dour Second ':uoul flanfe Kami Mini raj I attl RepaMi Pronjtli and Eltatly Da The City lleat Market ESTABLISHED IN 1859 AUGUST KIRSCHNEB, Propr. OKALEIt IK ALX KINDS O frfish ad Salt ilaats and Sausans of all Kinds 3AN F3ANCISCO ST., SftWTA FE, M. M FISCHER BREWING CO. HAlTVTAOTirBKBS Of Strictly Pure Lager Beer! and the FINEST MINERAL WATERS The Second National Bank OP NEW MEXICO, CAPITAL PAID TTJ? - - Sl&O.OOO Det general bunking bnlnei and lollolta patruntic" of th public- L. SPIEGELBEECh Pres. W. G. SIMMONS. Oasliie C Dnnfo QHnoo I on. tar and finiiinn Keep oil haii a fall anr ui-.n: ..it Ladie' a4 Uhlldrtn'l Fiuo Shoes; also tile M !ltim and th tibeap gr-dea. I would cmi eupcclal attention U myCalfadLlflvtKipWAI.KEK Boot, a boa for men who do heavy work anil need a soft bal onrlcoable upper leather, with tuiavy, anbsta tial, triple ioles aud rtaudard screw fanlant Orders by mall promptly aitonrled to. ' P. 0. Box 143, Santo Fe, N. M H. B. CARTWRIGHT, Successor l, CARTWRIGHT A GKI8WOLD, DKALKK IN F Stanle ani Fffif mm W are Manufacturers' Agents for the well known Dew Drop liranfl Gaanetl Fruit & Vesetaliles Also agents In Santa Fe for Patent Imperial Flour, tbe finest flour in the market. .., We keen in stock tlie world renowned PBAJJOgT CBIlAMEKY liUTTEIt, Frcsli Fruit, Confectionery, Nuts, etc. No. 4 Bakery in Connection with the Store. 1858 I.SliO General Merchandise 8AN FRANCISCO STREET, Largest and afost Compute Stock of Genera tz n u niu Carried la the Entire South w ot The Largest But The Best ! 111 iJ i' S'i IHl'lfiUl mm ttt 1 " 1 W I OIF YORK. J. W. SCHOFIELD, Gen'l Agt. for New Mexico. For LIFE, FIRE and ACCIDENT INSURANCE, and Safe and Prof itable Investments, Address, J. W. SCHOFIELD, Santa Fe, N. M. Telegraphic Tidings CONOKNSEl) AVI KINGS. The nnmber of cholera ileullis daily lit Mecca and Joddah is rapidly decreasing. The AVest Virginia Kepnbliiwis have nominated Hon. h Reynolds, of Keyser, for supreme judge. A board of medical officers will axspin ble at West l'oint Au;;iiJ to examine candidates for admission to the military academy. It is understood that committees from the trainmen on the Illinois Central road are iormulatiiiK petitions for an advance' in wages and that they will strike U tlie advance is refused. Twenty progressists who were poisoned at a recent banquet at Topola, Servia, uro now out of danger. Tbe prefect of Topola has refused to permit an analysis of the food that was given them. The silver jubilee of the Very Rev. J. Cunningham, vicar general of thedioceBe, was appropriately celebrated by the Cath olics of Leavenworth, Kas. About seventy-five clergymen were present. Tbe German Catholic convention at Baltimore has voted to establish a work iDgmau's bureau and recommends thai a committee on employment be appointed in each society of the Union, and report the results to "the next annual convention. There is onlr one colored member of the Mississippi constitutional convention. His name is Montiornery and he was a former slave of Jell' l'avis. lie favors the Australian system, the pa uient of a poll tax and a longer period of residence for voters. Mr. Fowderly says the New York Cen tral strike has ceased to be one of a local assembly and has become one of the whole organization, and it will use every means in its power to continue the lisjht. He intimates that the Federation of Rail road Employes will support, the move ment. The Wisconsin Republicans have re nominated Gov. Hoard. J. I!. Treat of Green county was nominated for lieuten ant governor. The platform endorses the compulsory education law in all its essential features and opposes its repeal ; but favors its mouincations so that a pa rent or guardian may select the time of year and the placo in which his child or ward shall receive instruction. Colorado Stone far from Home. Seattle, Wash., Au. 2.'J. Three car loads of Colorado red snndwtone for tlie new building of tbe Seattle National bank have been received aud now being worked up into the proper shape for the building. The use of red sand stone in the front of a building in Seattle will be a novelty. A Factory that will be Moved. Lynx, Mass., Aug. 2.'3. Mark J. Worthley has sent a communication to the Knights of Labor council of shoe workers, accepting the price lists ren dered on the 10th inst., and asking that the men return to work Monday. Mr. Worthley says the terms are accepted merely to enable him to fulfill contracts already made. The advances asked will amount to ifla.OUO per year, which he cau't afford, consequently after complet ing present contracts he proposes to re move his business elsewhere. A lliff Western Itorr. Dknvkr, Aug. 23. The boring of the great Tennessee pass tunnel on the J). &. R. G. railway was completed yesterday. It is by odds the largest railway tunnel in the Rocky mountains, and pierces the summit of the continental divide at an elevation of over 10,0UO feet above timber line. The tunnel was built to shorten the western line of the Rio Grande railway. Work was commenced only last Decem ber, and it has continued night and day ever since, three shifts of eight hours each working at each end. The distance is 2,500 feet. , The Tightness of the Money Market. Nkw Yokk, Aug23. The stringency in the money market yesterday was sharper than it lias ever been since tlie May panic of 18S4. At the opening of the stock exchange brokers who w ere long of slocks aud had borrowed money on them were glad to renew their loans at 20 per cent per annum. Even this rate would not bring a renewal of the loan in many cases, and before 11 o'clock many borrowers received notices that their loaus bad been called in. Hrokers who bought stocks yesterday in anticipation of relief from the treasury de partment tried to obtain funds to pay for their purchases, but were unable to do bo, and the combined demand caused a large crowd to remain around the money post in the exchange all day. Early loans were made at 25 per cent, but the supply at this figure was soon ex hausted, and the rates moved up to 40, 50, GO, 70, 80, 90, and before 1 o'clock the prevailing rale was 9(1 pe- cent, or equal to tbo legal interest and a premium of '4 per cent per day. Southern CnltleJIen Reeling lilue., Four Woirni, Texas, Aug. 23. Capt. S. S. Burnett, owner of large stock ranches in tiie i'anhaiidlo and the terri tory, said to-dav : "There is no encouragement to ship, )iit we !n;ve to get out of the territory, and I am trying to get out as easily as possible. I )u account of the dry weather rattle are nut picking up very fust now, and mili'HH something turus up soon, there will he a lot of poor cattle on the mailct in the fall. Kansas is burned out and has no com, and the cattle from there will have to go too. II we only had until nevt spring to put out, and j ..r...l.l I, .I. I ... oittlu l.ii.'b- until tl, nn an.l ' let the feeding stales send theirs to mar ket, all liuri'is would be much better oil. j If we have to tret out this fall, though, things look rather blue. Mmitu Fo NeeN: Electric lights. Artesian water. A street railway. Retter livery rigs. City incorporation. A first-clas Hour mill. A wool scouring plant. Another big sanitarium. Several more new streets. More modern business blocks. A twelve company military post. More people to engage in fruit culture. A direct connection with the coalmines, i More thorough advertising of hor cli matic advantages. . Muro trude;nen lo take an interest in the work of the Hoard of Trade. Improvement of the water service so there wiil be no sin'h waste as is now per mit'ed. More tasty brick collagen with spacious plats of gronud fur la.vn and garden pur posea. A new opera bouse these are a few ol the things l hat the capital city needs in her business right now and she will have them, for a neiv spirit of enterprise has taken hold of Santa Feans and success is inscribed on tbe bunnerir. Kepuniican CalN. The Republican voters of precinct No. 3 are requested to assemble at the resi dence ol I'ablo Rorego, located in said precinct on Wednesday, August 27, lSi0, at 3 o'clock, for the purpose of electing seven delegates to represent said precinct in the Republican county convention which is to meet at the court bouse on Tuesday, September 2 next, to elect dele gates to the territorial Republican con vention which is to assemble at Alhubuer qiie, September 13, lS'.nl. Mh iiai.i, Kick u;mni:i 1 1. Ch'in. Rep. Com. 1'recinct No. 3 Santa Fi:, N. M., August IS, 1SS0. The Republican voters of precinct No. 4 are reouested to assemble at the nublic school house located in said precinct on Wpdriesdnv. AiiL'iiMt, A7. ISilO. at 3 o'clock. for the purpose of electing seven dele gates to represent said precinct in tno rte publican county convention which is to meet at the court house on Tuesday, September 2 next, to elect delegates to the territorial Republican convention which is to assemble at Albuquerque, September 13, 18!)0. Antonio Oktiz y S.m.aah, Ch'm. Rep. Com. I'rseinct No. 4. Santa Fe, N. M., August 18, 1800. Are You Married? If not. send your address to the American Corresponding Club, I'. O. Box 643, Clarksburg, W. Va. A rti'shm Wells. If Mr. Taj lor succeeds in his second experimental well as he did in tlie first, says the Springer Stockman, several of tho ranchm9U living within what is believe;! lo 'oc the artesian basin, will be encouraged to d.-ill for water. A flowing well at the Chico ranch, another at the Portsmouth ranch ami still another at Springer's ranch would settle the question for a large territory. And if Taylor's sec ond well proves a success within 500 feet, there is no question, according to llurt nmu's conclusion, of artesian water being developed, if sought for in the localities nani' d ami in all the territory embraced w ithin the Hums of a radius of fifteen to twenty miles from Taylor's. We have no doubt of the success of Mr. Taylor's second artes-ian w ell, and that others will follow in rapid succession is certain as that days will succeed each other. Springer will be the artesian well center of New Mexico. Letter l.iHt. List of letters remaining uncalled for in the postollice at Santa Fe, New Mexico, fur ll.n unfit nndinir A lli'MHr. lK'Kl If lint called for within two weeks w ill be sent to tho dead letter ollice at Washington : Klock, o : Kiiutz, l.w Laser, he WHAT I St SCROFULA It is that Impurity in tlie blood, whlrli, ac cumulating iu the glands of tho nuek, pro duces unsightly lumiis er swellings; which causes painful running sores on tho arms, legs, or feet; which develops ulcers 111 tho eyes, ears, or nose, often causing blindness or deafness; which is the origin ' pimples, can cerous grow ths, or the many other manifesta tions usually ascribed to "humors;" which, fastening upon the lungs, causes consumption and death, lieing the most ancient, it Is Uio most general of all diseases or affections, for very few persons are entirely free fruui it. "ur CURED By taking Hood's Rarsaparilla, which, by the remarkable cures it has accomplished, often when other medicines have failed, lias proven itself to bo a potont and peculiar medicine ior this disease. Some of these cures are really wonderful. If you suffer from scrofula, be sure to try Hood's Sarsaparilla, " My daughter Mary was afflicted with scrof tilous sore neck from tlie time she was 22 months old till she became six years of age. Lunirs formed lu lier neck, and ono of them after growing to the size ot a pigeon's egg, became a running sore for over three years. We gave her ITood's Sarsaparilla, wlieu the lump and all Indications of scrofula entirely dis appeared, and now she seems to be a healthy child." J. S. Caiii.ilr, Nauright, N. J. N. B. Be sure to got only Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggist!. Jljlxfnr5. Preparedunly by C. I. 1IOOU 4S CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mam. IOO Doses One Dollar U", Lucy I.uinti, Tobias .McHrMe, ) F Mc.Miriu, S B Motitoilu, 1'ullnnr Mulerdo (iarcia, .tul- iiu in ('.) QHime, II luhitunii, Jose Koinero, Manuel Sanchez, Merze mill Huiiiinvnl. AiiANtflpio ilupo Scort, W U (-1) Sena y Haca, Jose woods, 11 attic Arclieli'uue, 1) Aliuru, 11 iiiuiu And - rs in, Mr A vers, jicioss H;'ii'U, Mitrctliiiit Itiichcr, iHMuv V Hllib, II II Old Inns, I) V I' Clmcoii, Scriipiu clie'inana. Morci Cordova. Jimiiii Dins Cri eiicifi Imivo, SarKb h'lillinMin.. t,)V liliereju, Maria Anl llurnauues, i.uni Ilowsc, : ti Hunter, James In calling please say advertised and give the dale. Jacob Wki.tmkr, P. M. l'ropouala for Itepairit, I'recllit't No. 4 .School House. Proposals will he received for the fol lowing work and repairs to the 4th pre cinct school house, until Wednesday, August 27, lsiit), at J o clock p. m. by the undersigned or either of them. 1. Painting with one coat, white paint, all the inside wood work of said school house. 2. Varnishing all the school furniture and fixtures, consisting of desks and benches. 3. Glazing all sashes needed with same quality glass as at present in the sashes, all glass in building to be left clean and free from paint and putty spots. Parties desiring to bid can receive fur ther information from Jose Asckncion Silva, Wm. M. Bkrokr, School Directors. EiGbii Hi Southeast cor. IMaza, SANTA FE, - N. 1. Unlrall) Loca'eo, tnnrelj BeSttteil, ! TERMS - $2 per Day Special Rates by the week J. T. FORSHA, Propr "Miss A. Mugler, lilineff and fancf Goods, GRIFFIN BLOCK, Southeast Cor. Washington Av SANTA FE, N. M. PALACE :: HOTEL First Class. Santa Fe, RUMSEY SUiWHAM. New Mexico FIRST NATIONAL BANK o Santa Fo, New Mexico. PEDRO PEREA, President T. B. CATRON. Vic President R. J. PALEKS. - - Cashiei v W. SM. EWIMERT, Staple and Fancy Groceries San Francisco St.,S. W, Cor. Plaza, SANTA FE, N. H. SOL. LOWITZKI & SON, ESTABLISHED 1878, Livery and Feed Stables Best Stock of Horses and Carriages in town. HACKS PltOMl'TLYFUUXLSIIL'D. Diin'l r-.ll l,i Tl.lt. TKSFOCK 1 VIM IN VII.T.AOK: three hour, oil the roonrt trip. Special attentlim to oullil. iitg tnneler over ine country. Cltrerul drli.r runiMiea fin aiillea1lnii. Lower San Francisco St., SANTA FE, N. M A SUMMER RESORT! GO TO THE PICTURESQUE PECOS VALLEY. I haw 'Miened a CumMrtahle Hoitelrfe oil the Upper Pec on, near Oooper'f where tuorixta and the citizens of New Mexico will have every accomodating while enjoying an outing lit this delightful HpoU !aily Stage to and from Olorleta on the A., T. & 8. F. IP. POWERS, GLOKIETA, N. to. The Yost Writing Machine. The Iw end Higher Standard. Mr, Yint (the inventor f the two other l p'-writi rs utiusf u-t is world-wide), bu ii. rf(.(.C.(j ftiis nui'-hiiitj upon simplified i'lias, q N t KNlHtiN. MliKi'T HUNTING, i i... M A N K V! A 1.1 1 iN M KNT. Kxhaumlvely ten t il sil l .i1Armit(M'd a to Si'KKL), Strength, mid MANIl MLlMMi IMlWKK. riiprM-t.'h'UU'd iutrodnt'tinu; 3000 adopted tl'e lirst u'ar. H . ru !um , -. . . . . ' y&tj 0. L. EVANS, Gen'l Agt, Denver. "W L. A. IEEEY. Ter. Act, Albuquer que, N.M. NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO, Local Agt mmm COLLEGE OF NEW MEXICO, A.T XjJS CE1TCES. TUITION; in College Department, -:- -:- FREE! In Preparatory Department, per term, :- $5.00 " year, -:-$15.00 Colics well equipped with stroug Faculty, Chemical, Phil osophical and liotanical Apparatus, with Transits, Levels, and 1ft a good Library. Catalogues containing full information, on ap plication. HIRAM HADLEY, Pres't. HEWMEXICOTHE COHMEHLSTG COTJ3STTR1T The Mesilla Valle its Garden Spot! 6ir-i( E35KT dbi CfcM iay 0 77 liolce Irrigate41 Laud Umproved aiul Unimproved ,alt ractivcly jlnimii lor sale on long Jtiwe r K- LlVINGrSTON.' Cenral Agent. witl. low Interest. WAKKANTV DKKDS GIVEN. 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