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TA NEW JHEX I VA ?s VOL. 27. SANTA FE, N. M., F1UDAY, OCTOBER ai, L8U0. Gold and Silver FINE FILIGREE JEWELRY Ofamands, Watches, Clods and Si! No 1CfUa Kpriaentntloa mie of Qoddi. Nit door Mrf'omi f.ttl.t Telegraphic Tidings Go lug to Boston. Sa.v Fbavcwco, October 31. A (rain of twelve carloads of beans, a single ship ment, and the second of its kind this sea son, left San Pedro jesterdav, and will proceed east over the Central and Union Pacific lines. NO. 215 Settini aifl Watch Repairing Promptly and Oifatij Do.: faple and Fancy Groceries San Francisco St., S. W. Cor. Plaza, SANTA FE, N. N. The Second National Bank OF NEW MEXICO. CAPITAL PAID U fP - S1SO.OOC dueral hanking banlimaa and llnlti patronac" th nulillo L. SPIEGELBERft. Pra. W. ft. STMM0NS fUnhie SOL. LOWITZKI fe SON, ESTABLISHED 187S. The Fie Idmt'a Republican Vote. Washington, October 31. AIUioiikIi it has not been positively settled yet, it is now quite likely that the president will uuike a journey to Indiana to vote there on election day. He lias cleared up the im portant business on Ids d"sk, ami unless ometnitit! not now in sight hIiouIJ cine up he will make the trip If he decides to :o he will leave VVushitiuton for Indian apolis Sunday niiht t.r Mini' lav morning. His stay in lniliauiipolis will he verv orief, for as toon as he deposits his ballot he will return to Washington. meetings, at which Speaker T. B. P.eed was the chief orator. It is charged that Thomas Jay Blount of Muncie, a lawyer and patient, whose In sanity was said to be incurable, was kicked and beaten to death bv an attendant nam ed Woods, at the hospital for tho insane at Richmond, Ind. ADDITION AT. LOCAL. Livery and Feed Stables Best Stock of Horses and Carriages in town. HACKS PROMPTLY FURNISHED. A Health-Seeker's Fate. Dunvkr, Oct. 31. Pedestrians on 16th street yesterday were horiilbd at tho nmisuat spectacle of a man bleeding to death. The unfortunate was Jdin W. Duffy. While walking slowly along the street he was suddenly seized with a violent hem orrhage. With tliH blood kfiibhin from In in hi streams he stayered ;o a telegraph p He. Here the frail body swayed and tottered until fiually it gave a lurch for ward, ami the uiun fell in front of Pill's oyster house. At that moment Dr. Colpman drove up, and realizing that life waiialinust exiinct made every effort o stop the llow of blood. Injections ot ergotine and brandy were given in vain, and Duffy expired without utteriug a word. Duffy came to Denver in April of the pres-ut year lrom Burlington, Iowa. Don't fall to vllt TK-il'yUK INIMAN VILLAUR; thrne hunn n the round trip. 9cil attxnilnn to omttt lug traraiorfl .,Ter the country. Oarerul di.-r furnished ou nppllcuti n. Lowr San Francisco St., SANTA FE, N. M HOTEL CAPITAL, SANTA TP -B, 3ST. JVT. ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, Nightly Plaza. Band Healthy and Mce Rooms on th SpcoikI Hoor. Concert in Front of the Hotel, i th Rates, $1.50 ad $2 per Day.-:-Specia! Rates for Regular Board. U. TAMONY, Proprietor. hTbT CART WRIGHT, Successor to CAKTWKIUHT GKIHWOLD, IIULUK IN Fioi Styk aid Fn Gr W are MnofHOtorrii' Aeent for thir well known Dew Drop tail Cued Fruit HepiaMes AIno aKMit In Santa Fe for Patent Imperial Flour, the HneNt Hour in I he niH rk-t. We keei in xtock Mi world renowned I'KAIfODY CKRAJIEKY liUTTElt, FreNh Fruit, Conleetionerj, Nuts, etc. No. 4 Bakery in Connection with thu Store. mi I Mexico's Embargo on Live Stock. Ka sas Citv, Mo , October 31. There is considerable excitement among KanHas (Jify stock men relative to the advices re ceived from Mexico to th effect that that country has placed a duty ol $500 per car ou American cattle. If the advices are true and they come from a reliable source, this practically ruins all livestock trade between this country and Mexico. The act of the Mexican government is I purely a retaliatory one, and was precipi- ,' taied bv the fear the Mexicans have of the Mi Kinlcy bill. Many cars of American cattle are now n the Mexican border. Almut5U0 bushels of grain have to be sent with every train load of live stock shipped from this city to Mexico, and the government w ill not even permit this to go through unless a duty of 3D cents per bushel is paid, it has been rumored among the stock men of this city for the past three or four days that the Mexican government was contemplating a move of this kind, but there was thought to be not lung in it until dispatches were re ceived from agents there to-day apparently continuing the reports. Washington, Oct. 31. The department of t-late is without inlormation respecting the alleged imposition by Mexico discrim inating a duty of ifoUO per car load ou American cattle reported from the west. Acting Secretary Adee says when the Mexican government, by a decree issued a year auo increased the duiies on ini- poled cattle and swine, winch, by the way, were general duiies, snd not directed especially against the United Mates The department of slate was inform, d of liie action within twentv-fuur hours While Iih can not deny ihe last reported ncViou, he is compelled to doubt it. lin t Notes A telegram from Denver to-day an nounces that it will be impossible to have the new train schedule on the narrow gauge to take effect on Monday next, hut it will come along soon. A railroad surveying pitrty has been sighted in eaftern New Mexico moving southwest, and fomc think it is sent out by the Hock Island. (ienernl Manager S. F. Judy, of the Pecos Valley line, has moved his familv to Eddy, and will make that place his fu ture iioiue. W. A. SciiP8, writes from Henrietta, Texas, that the Missouri. Kansas & Texas line is soon to he extended due west from that point into New Mexico. K. T. Smith, general manager of the D. & R. ti , visited Monte Vista, Friday, in his special car, to look after the wants of shippers at this point. While our facili ties are not at all adequate to our needs it is gratifying to note the improvements within the last mouth. Graphic. Railroad construction in Colorado is S'Tiously hindered at present on account of the scarcity of laborers in that part of the country, i tie Denver & Km tirande railroad seems to be mora unfortunate in this respect than the other roads in the state. This company now has several branches under construction, amounting in an to did miles, besides a large tunnel through Tennessee Pass, together with a large amount of other work, all of w hich is almost at a standstill for want of labor ers. from Fort McDowell to Whipple bar racks; Private Joseph Allor, Hospital corps, irom tort McDowell to Fort uuachuca; Private Benjamin Holmes, hospital corps, from Fort Verde to port Lowell; Acting Hospital Steward Cnarles A Rupin, from Fort Randall to Fort Missoula; Hospital Steward Thomas Donson, from Fort Gibson to Fort Lewis. An order from Loa Angeles says: By authority of the secretary of war. "re rnit- ing will he continued at posts in the de partment, tor the 2d and Bin regiments of cavalry, confining enlistments therefore to the very best men. Recruiting for the lUth reiiiment of cavalry will be testriciei to rp-enlii-tineiite. and enlistments of nl.l soldiers with good discharges, and young men of special intelligence and acquire ments, w ith a view to personnel for non commissioned twicers ami clerks. -! 1 L " ' F X2T E Watch -:- Repairing ! A SPECIALTY. --ESTABLISHED IN 1874.- Npw Jersey men's. Sweet potatoes, at Em 1858 WfOBTIK BHD JOKitl o General Merchandis; 8AN FRANCISCO 8TREET, Largest and Most Complete Stoek of Gener a j Carried U the atlre South --i rukandUM CONDENSKD MEWS. The Brazilian coffee harvest is abund ant ; the Java crop is slight. - The Mutual Fire Insurance company of Chicago has made an assignment to T. (i, Hiahfl'. It is repoited that a vessel with 700 emigrants on board has foundered off Cape St. Vincent. W. S. Whorton, a Chicago money len der, is missing. His indebtedness amounts to $50,000. A call for a iiational convention of the nou partisan Woman's Temperance Union has been made. Lord Salisbury shows a disposition to negotiate a fresh treaty with Portugal, with rtference to southeast Africa. Mexico is said to have placed an im port duty of f 5U0 on every cr load of cattle, in retaliation for the McKinley bill. Senator Slierman addressed the largest Republican mass meeting held in this longres-ional district this year at Finu ay( Ouio. rt j8 announced that a great popular 0pera Ionise is auoui to ne estaoiiBiieu at P.erhn un. er t,ie d'rtion of Managers Neumann. S.mta l'"e' faring and Garden. Santa Feans are still gathering rasp berries. Gen. Ilobart's new strawberry vines are grow ing nicely. Fresh fruit shipments continue and here it is November I. Do not water your fruit Irees during t! is warm weatner, says an ol.i orchardist. Gardener Elster will make a small for tune off his superb celery crop this sea son. ' St.nttt Fe gardens are still pictures of beauty with chrysanthemums, pansies and roses in bloom. W. S. Slaughter is putting in fifty line fruit trees, currants, etc., at his'new place ou Manhattan avenue. Fdwuid M Her has refused a rash offer of $3,500 for his apple crop, grow n on less than twenty acres of land. Santa Fe lands are too valuable to be longer planted to corn. Every corn Held should he converted into an orchard. Mr. Weltiner has purchased the Major Breeden's young orchard in Tesnque val ley, psy ing $1,000 therefor. Dirt cheap. Mr. Boyle has joined forces with Messrs. Hayden and Morris, newcomers from Pu-1 eblo, and they will jointly put in a Gree ly pump. Gov. Prince savs in Espanola valley andatLaJoya the fruit growing indus try is exciting much attention. He alxo found therein his travels recent'y several fields of winter wheat, and he thit.ks it advisable that more of this variety of w(ipat should be planted here, as it never fails to do well w ith little irritation. A Soap. twenty-three letsin 1 1 ickox's boulevard addition t Santa Fe for I. mi cash mo I un , mree comers and luri;e frontage Aildrcss M. P. Dooley, U Junta, Colo. Are You Married ? If not. send your address to the American . ur.jMmumg i,mi), r, u. Box 04.i, viaiAouur;, .r, ) a. Hill and Conway, Jr. Type-writing and translating. Office uniun a Diocic. Northeast corner plaza. Finest and ; est jo work in tho torri tory and jst excellent binding ot the Nkw AIexi-an printing office. Job Printing, Mere" aits sad of: ors aro hereby re niudeltaat fe New Mexican is pre. pared to b t.' c'r printing rn short notice ana at ruoTua, le r. .0. Much of the ioh priming nnv gvng ontcftown should c r.te t . f e :,"ew J 's.vpan ollico. Thcro in no bo'L'r r--;.-io for ca".iinj out of town Lr r.ri;it;.:e, f .anft'cro bforeendiEr; uav . -r irx-onoa T "lo". .ig. Our nier r-iiiuse. or.lu cuisicr' esethimn. Ton Mexican lg wkn. ult.i.'ed tho lead, in - !a;-r i '.. r, , jl0 p,l(rona(.3 ofilel-t.'.;.i-7;:i.-1-.:;;8::!5tv Urjitei GEO. W. HICKOX & CO., The Mexican Filigree Jewelers OF SANTA FE, N. M. Fate AraiB, jp. Gov. ftince. ORDERS feOLICI EU I ABSENT PARTIES A.NiJ I'iiljMHII.Y KlI.LtU. f PALACE 5 i'J .ifriL!P - First class, ysiiaiisi RUMSEY BURNHAM. Santa Fe, Tl H mm Hotel, Southeast eor I'lua, SANTA VVH - X. Lenlta!!) loca'et tniirei) Rsllllteil, TERMS - $2 per Day Special Rates by the week J. T. FORSH A, Propr A. T. GRI3G & CO,, FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF Santa Fe, New Mexico. Designated Depository of the United States. PEDRO PEREA, T. B. CATROM, R.J. PALEW. President Vies Pesident Cashier W. H. SOEHNCHEN. Carpenter, Contractor au Builder JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Biok cf Hotel Cap til, - Sibta Fe, N. M. Dealer! in Augelo aim The-usual d.im.and 'or silver for export has al i ost en. ,re, aseo, ana large quantities of fore 'K" si'ver have been shipped to the UniO" States. Drury Underwood, a well known busi man of Kansas City, while out driving, was struck by the Alt. express at Sheffield, a suburb, and was instantly killed. The Catholics of Chicago and of the West will begin a celebration in honer of Archbishop Feeliam, who, on Nov. 1, will have completed his twenty-fifth year of priesthood. Every one of the 2,300 seats in Litt's Opera House at St. Paul was filled while others stood wherevere there was stand ing room, during the Republican mass Congestion of the Kidneys. S.J. Thptnpson, of No. 478 Swan street, Buffalo, New Yor , writes of his remark able cure of congestion of the kidnoys : "Three years ago I was attacked with congestion of the kidneys. My physi cian, besides administering internal remedies, hud applied on my back, over the affected region, two Allcock's Porous Plasters. I recovered in the course of about two weeks. A year after, ex posure brought on a similar attack, but it seemed as if the congestion was more severe. Certainly, I had more pain and difficulty in passing water. Instead of calling a doctor this time, I concluded to try plasters a'one, so I purchased a box of Allcock's Porous Plasters, and applied two fresh ones every day. The pain quickly lessened, the water flowed more freely after the first application, and in just six days I was completely restored and able to resume my occupation." AIOIY OKDIiKS. Furniture, Crockery AND GLASSWARE. All Kino's of Repairing and Carpet Wort kluki to Wagner & Haffner's Old Stand. Al WHOLES A Lb AND KB TAIL I & I 111 I I I I innni IVIIIIIIIulV The tallowing leaves of absence have been granted : Col. J. S. Brisbin, 1st cavalry, three months' extension: 1st Lieut. V. I. F'illey, 9th cavalry, two months' extension ; 1st Lieut. F. B. Jones, 22il infantry, four mouths; Assis tant .Surgeon C. B. Owing, fourteen days' extension ; 1st Lieut. F. G. Irwin.jr., 2d cavalry, six months, with permission to leave the United States. The following discharges have been or dered: 1st. Sergt. C. U. Patrick; bat tery L, 3d artillery; Private Alfred Alstiene, company C, 3d infantry; Ed ward Barry, company D, 19th infantry; John F. Oassidy, treop D, 2d cavalry; James Duraud, troop A, 6th cavalry; Henry Schmardebeck, troop I, 6th cav alry, and M. McK. Wilson, company B, 6th cavalrv. The following transfers have been or dered: Hospital Steward J. M. Lute, "Wiss A. Muglcr, Fancf Goods, GRIFFIN BLOCK, Southeast Cor. Washington Ar SANTA FE, N. M. T H 1 E CUESCKIJ3E FOTv Fearless, free, consw fc la itsei"tori:ilop'u- io;is, ha .per- !.0 s O h 3 b H A a N T A cJ by no Co. w CIS A FEW FIGURES FROM THE BOOKS OF The Three Giants" OF THE LIFE INSURANCE WORLD. BUSINESS O IT 1889.- DIVIEENDS: RcMii'wnl pre- Dlv d'li.N I' J; inlum- K- nu l h I to ew York Life 14 72H.n:'4 Jti.tirnjc'S VIIUIlHl Ule 1 l Itt.i (ISO r.d .l :.J Equitable 18.Wu.j7 3,0j!!o'l0 Per Cent. 4.- 10 DEATH LOSSES: New York LlfV.. Mutual Lile Equitable C,4ti'J,Ul5 Ktc'vd. $7.!I2H.441 8,3:'!l 7 ') lieat h Losses. I lf",123,21'i 7 liril.lol 0,8.';i,7'.t7 New Prern'm- I a l I ilea h oss ji H'nl left a i mlit of. f2,NI.'),2L'5 IwO.tiUS New p-emlnms did not py dCKttl I.MS 'S to within. Interest laconic of 18S5) as C uiarcl wit'i 188S ; Nw York Li'e.. Equitable Mutual Life 1HSS. JJ.23ii.K31 4,1111.101 (i Otil.ol'J 1-S:. 4,5S7 (iD.) 5,03). 703 U, 124,009 llaln. t3')il.774 124 0J1 02,349 EXPENSE OE MATSTAGEMEN'T: N'ew York Life. Equitable Mutual Life To'at premiums reeeKe 1. ..$24.2-IJ,517 .. 2.).357.523 .. 23,727,8jS 3.MI.I2.S 0 775,201 0,015 01 10 IVrCcnt. i 24 27 2$ Epecin' y j 1 . .1 44 ocvoteu 10 uo P grow ing interests of tho ric' end DrnmiHinif I o coming state of llow ilcixo. 0 E S3 Vpw York Life Mutual Life. N'ewprem'ms dij 110 pay ex nenes to witliin Equitable 0 40S,U15 New premiums P'd all e 1 eimes and New premiums Total expens left a balau- rtceivi-d. m ioii;emenr. ce of. . $7.92X441 .j.M.).12S 2.tlS3.3l3 8.328 75:1 (i, 015,501) 1,714.199 0,775,201 $307,246 NOTE. HI the flenres ucrt above are tak-u from the SWOUX STATKMEXTS HADE BY EACH COMPANY to the Iusuninee De ariment o( the stateo Sew Vo k, lor Dec raber 3', iu each year. Further details nil (.howim; the bet of rmous win' you should take a pulley with the NEW, YOEK LIFE, promptly furnished by GEO- W- H,A.2nTE, Special Agent for New Mexico. NEW MEX ICO THE COMinXTO- COUZDTTZRTy- The Mesilla Valle its Garden Spot! TEN H3rOXJC3-P3 77 .. ;lrrlirHled LuikIh Umproved a tt VnUtivrevrtZi- ,l(t,v,y Platiwi, for sale on long time witli low Interest. WARRANT! DEEDS GIVE. Write for Illustrated tol.lew glvlhg full particulars RIO GRANDE LAND COMPANY. Las Cruces. W. Wi 1, K IIVINGSTOIV Cenral Agent.