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VOL. 27.
SANTA FE, N. M., Fit I DAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1890.
NO. 23
S- SPITZ,
Gold and Silver
FINE FILIGREE JEWBLR
Diamonds, Watches, Clods and Silverware,
Telegraphic Tidings
Wo Kalaa Bapraaentatlont ina4a
at Ooodi
NMI dour Hrruuil .Viu.'ii -I Hunk
Dim. Me anil Watch Repairing Pramjtly asi Efesl!? Bane
W. N. EMMER
Staple and Fancy Oroceries
San Francisco St., S. W. Cor. Plaza, SANTA FE, N. N.
The Second Rational Bank
OF NEW MEXICO.
CAPITAL PAID TJf - " 150,000
Doe. ft general banking bulne and K.lldti patronage of the pnblle.
L. SPIEGELBEEft. Pres. W. G. SIMMOUS. Caahie
SOL. LOWITZKI & SON,
KSTABUSHED 1878.
Livery and Feed Stables
Best Stock of Horses and Carriages in town.
HACKS PROMPTLY FURNISHED.
Don-tfalltOTl.lt TKSUQITK INDIAN VIIXAGK; three honr. on t '
trip Special attention to outlining trayelers urer tne country. Carerul driver.
mrnUhea-onappllcaUon. gaJfl N. M
HOTEL CAPITAL,
SANTA IE1 IB, 1ST. USdT.
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN,
Healthy and Nice Rooms on the Second Floor. Nightly Hand
Concert in Front of the Hotel, i tho Plaza.
Rates, $1.50 and $2 per Day.-'.-Special Rates for Regular Board.
U. TAMONY, Proprietor.
H. B. CARTWRICHT,
Bnccemor to CARTWKIGHT GIUSVOMJ,
utcAi.n; in
Fie U ii Fif Mm
Wa are Manufactureri' Agent for the well known
Dew Drop tiranl Canned Fruit YeietaWes
Also atrents In Santa Fe lor Patent Imperial Flour, the
finest flour In the market.
We keen In stock the world renowned I'BABODT Ufc&JII.HY
We WIM!JtTPreB,i pruitt confectionery, Nuts, etc.
No. 4 Bakery in Conaection with the Store.
Till) Imllnnn-Nbt FlgliUne-
Chicago. Nov. 29. Koports to-tluv
from the Sioux couulry say that no blood
shed ha. yet occurred, The presence oi
the troops Is having a molit'yint; effect
upon the Indians.
Trlnhltid'H SoiifUiii.
Tkimuad, Colo., Nov. 28. Tliero was a
sensation in social circlea when it became
generally known that K. B. HolJsworth
and Mrs. M. L. Blackburn, wife of a second-hand
merchant, had made an at
tempt to elope Saturday night. Mr.
Iloldsworth is one of our oldest residents,
has twice been elected city treasurer and
has a nice little home with a wife and two
children. Of the woman vory little is
known, except that she is married and
has to-day a very indicant husband w ho
tbreatens;to kill both on eisilit. iioius
worl.li is undor arrest for carrying con
cealed weapons.
A I'rolml. c (iifat Strike,
BuiMiKoiiA.u, Ala., November 2S. Six
thousand coal miners, mtie-h'ntlis of ail
the miners in Alabama, vi'l probably go
out on a Btnke on December 1st. Rep
resentatives from every mine in the state
have been in sessiou here for a week, and
three days ago demanded an increase of
wajies at all the mines, to go into effect
December 1st. This demand has been re
fused by all the mine operators, and a
strike seemscertain.
Last July the miners signed a twelve
months contract, on the sliding scale basis,
the price of pit? iron to govern the price
for mining. They now propose to break
tins contract, and demand 00 cents per
ton in winter and 45 cents per ton in
summer for mining.
A New Ileal.
Boston, Nov. 28. The meeting of the
Union Pacific directors was called at 11
o'clock. Reporters w ere excluded. Short
ly after the opening of the meeting Presi
dent Charles Francis Adams submitted
his resignation in an address to the meet
ing. The resignation of Messrs. Charles
Francis AJkiub, John P. Spaulding,
James A. Kumrill and Samuel Carr, jr.,
were accepted and Messrs Jay Gould,
Bussell Sace, II. B. Hyde and A. K. Orr
were elected directors, and took their
seats at the board. Mr. Sidney Dillon,
already a director, was elected president.
It is understood Mr. Orr represents the
David Dows estate and Mr Hyde the
Equitable Life Insurance company, w hich
is a large holder of the company's securi
ties. The resignation of Vice President
Lane was not accepted, and he w ill be
retained in that position.
Liquor at Military I'nsln.
Washington, Nov. 28. A committee
of ladies, of which Mrs. L. C. Hughes, of
Arizona, was chairman, appointed by the
national convention of tho V. C. T. U.,
held at Altanta, Oa., called on the presi
d. nt and the secretary of war and urged
them to issue an order forbidding the
sale of beer and light wines at military
posts. The committee said that the gov
ernment was not only licensing and en
couraging beer and wine drinking, but
was even compelling commissioned of
ficers of the army to be "overseers of
military saloons, called canteens, and
thus give a semblance of respectability to
beer drinking." They stated that under
the government canteen system the con
sumption of beer had more than doubled,
and declared that the military garrisons
in the west were rapidly drifting into
agencies for the breweries, and the sol
diers were acquiring intemperate habits
which unlitted them for military or civil
pursuits.
McKlnlej-'a View.
Washington, Nov. 28. Representative
Mckinley reached Washington i eunes
day. He does not wear any regrets on
his coatsleeve, an expression of satisfac
tion and contentment beams on his coun
tenance, and he voices nothing but hope
He says that defeat
T orchifif , will bo pardoned from the .Inlict ;
Jll., penitentiary. :
Tim telflcrftoliprs of the Nickel J'latO !
I road between Chicago and Buffalo have j
i asked for a 20 per cent increase in wages.
i I
i The Hotchkiss Belt & Nut company, of j
I Greensburg, Ta., was forced to assin. 1
Assets fSO.OOi), liabilities $43,000.
i Tho Bteamcr Breakwater bnngH the
news that francn.es commuted suicine
when fie found ho had lost the light. 1J.
Alden Baker, w ho was reported dead, is
still alive.
tunrn' races f nd jumping, the musclcp or
tendons in the legs and feet .lometimca
weaken. This can invariably be relieved
by cutting the fluster in narrow strip3, so
SB to give free motion, and applying mi
muscles affected."
Bnlk and cannod oysters, at P.isiiop's.
Conductor John C). lakely, who was
ono of a committee appointed by railroad
men to persuade the employesof the Chi
cago & Kaste'n Illinois railway to quit
work, was arrested on a stato warrant
charging him with intimidation.
A conference of Jews held at Chicago,
condemned the practice of excluding their
race from hotels, expressed disapproba
tion of all discrimination against JewB,
and extended sympathy to the oppressed
Jews of Russia and the Balkans.
ADDITIONAL LOCAL.
finite a .lok.
A little incident happened at the late
meeting of the Presbyterian preachers in
Silver City, says .the Lordsburg Liberal,
which seems to have been overlooked by
tho ever vigilant newspaper men of that
tow n. At the first day's session the sec
retarywho had just been sont from New
York by the missionary society to check
up the local authorities and see if there
were as muny preachers here as were
draw ing rations and supplies was calling
the roll, just after he hud got fuirly started
he was surprised by the words "I am
here," and looked up to see who was in
terrupting him, and saw striding down
the aisle a tall, strongly built man, full
bearded, with long hair, dressed in a
tlannel shirt, corduroy pants stuck in
heavy boots to which were attached a
jingling pair of spurs; around his waist
was a belt full of cartridges, and by his
side an ivory handled six-shooter, the
whole outfit being covered with an enor
mous wide brimmed hat. Beb'iid him
stalked a swarthy Mexican, encased In a
serape and carrying a Winchester rifle.
To say that the New York eec-;
relary was startled would be to put it j
mildly. Visions of the much talked of '
cowboys, road agents and train robbers
floated through his mind and he started
for the nearest window when he was
stopped by a dominie sitting by his side
who said : "Mr. Secretary, let me intro
duce to you the Rev. Hugh J. Furneaux .
and Rev. Pablo Gonzales, who rode !
sixty-five miles through Apache country
to attend this meeting." The secretary i
gradually got his breath, but did not get j
his hair to lie close to his head until the
two reverend gentlemen bad gono to the I
express ollice, got their preacher regimen-1
tals and appeared in them. The secre
tary reported to tho New York office
that he found all the preachers the ration
list called for and saw more than he ex
pected. ALON'O THE RAILWAYS.
J .'"1 J. XT JE-
Watch -:- Repairing!
a sMicr.viri'v.
-ESTABLISHED IH 1874.
Kxtra fine corned beef, at Fulton Mar
ket. Best abort order bill of fare in the city
at tho Bon Ton restaurant.
Ladies and gontlemen's private dining
room up stairs at the Bon Ton restaurant.
Bishop receives choice poultry twice a '
week. j
The Nisi Mexican has facilities for do
ing first-class job work of all kinds and as
cheap as can be had in any city in the
country. There is no excuse for sending
such wnrk '.nit iif town, to Denver, Kansas
. r'.:''.i'i!: !i!a or any other point.
f ' p tl.C ' MI lie: i".
Joh Printing.
More' mis i'nil nt' ors aro hereby re
niudelKiat ''. o Nisw Muxicax is pre
pared to .b ti o'r pr'nting on short notice
and at reps na' 1c ru' as. Much of the job
printing n w giing out of town should
Cjme 1 1 1: e Uew Mexi -an office. There
in no be'lT cruse for se-.ding out oi
town Lr pwitk'g tanthero ia lor sending
away bt groceries or dofling. Our mer
cliants slould consider t!.e30 things. Tho
New Mb iic an is acknowledged the lead
ing paper of '.his section. The patronago
of the people will enable as to keep it so
GEO. W. HICKOX & CO.,
The Mexican Filigree Jewelers
OF SANTA FE, N. M.
Fake Avenue. 01 Got. Prince. ;
ORDERS SOLICITED J
-FEUM -
PAETIES
AND l'ROMl'TLY FII.I.EII.
jiiAiE Horn,,
liCll KIH IN
HAY,-:-&RAIN,-:-POTATOES
Lumber and Building; Materials.
-:- Santa Fe, N. M.
Warehouse and Oiii-;
Uasner Ortiz.avt.1n1e
Southeast cor. .PIukii,
SANTA FK,
N. to.
Itnirailj Locfttfo. lo'iifi) Muted,
TERMS
$2 per Day j
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
hi
Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Designated Depository of the United States.
Says the Denver News : "As we have
frequently said, Denver people do not
pay as much attention to New Mexico as
they should. Just as Wyoming and
Montana belong to the northwest, so
Colorado and New Mexico form a part of
the southwest. Denver should cultivate
closo relations with New Mexico, for,
with the growth of that territory, the ;
trade of this city would improve if Denver :
were connected with New Mexico towns
by an adequate railway system. Theim-
portance to Denver of extending the!
Denver & Rio Grande into New Mexico is J
apparent to all persons who are informed !
in regard to the resources of our southern :
neighbors."
Fifteen hundred feet of snow sheds are
under construction on the Conejos range j
also 500 feet of log shedding near Silver-!
ton to carry the snow slides over the track.' '
The D. & R. G. would rather build snow-
sheds in Colorado than ride through the
Special Rates by the week
J. T. FORSHA. Propr
"Miss A. Mugler,
PEDRO PEREA,
T. B. CATROra,
R.J.PALEfi.
President
Vice Pesident
Cashier
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jillinerv
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in his conversation.
has its advantages, that the Republicans j sunny Chama valley in New Moxico and
now nave notiung 10 uo out gei logeuier never ue uoinereu wuu uieiu
IMFOBTBH BHD JOBBK 0
General
Merchandise
8AN FRANCISCO STREET,
EdatgMt M& Mott Complete Stock of Oenei . B uliandUe
Carried im fbo Entire South w -
and work so as to carry the country next
lime. He does not think that any great
sucecss will attend an attempt on the
part of Democrats to destroy the McKiu-
ley bill by dealing with one article
, at a time in separate hills, as pro
! posed by Senator Vest. Such bills be
(says, would be subject to amendment
i and it would be difficult to keep the
I measure within the lines designed. It
! would, he says, take a very close corpora
tion to carry out such apian. Speaking
! of the approaching session, be said :
"1 tninK congress win go riur.i aneau
with business. The house will pass tho
appropriation bills, probably the appor
tionment bill, the circuit court bill, and,
I rather think, ono of the shipping bills,
in a modified form."
"How about the federal election bill?"
he was asked.
"I do not know. I have not talked
with any of the senators on the subject.
They have a bill of their own, have they
not? I have expected that they would;
pass it and I presume they w ill." j
COKDEJiSED NEWS.
Kva Hamilton was pardoned from tho
Trenton, N. J., penitentiary.
Henry Hirach, a Memphis dry goods
man, killed himself. No cause known.
Starr & Co., extensive tomato packers,
failed. Liabilities $100,000 ; assets $40,
000. The American Window Glass company
is holding a secret session at Chicago
Auditorium.
Lyman G. Clark was arrested at While
River Junction, Vt., for the murder of
his mother-in-law.
I It is reported that Oscar Nelibe, the an-
There are new developments concern
ing the change of officers on the Santa
Fe railroad. There are rumors that a
number of the old employes are resign
ing, but nothing authentic is ob
tained from the beads of departments
at Topeka.
Work on the Pecos valley road is de
layed for luck of material. By the way,
the Roswell Herald has discovered that
the Santa Fe company has bought this
road. Probably incorrect.
The Santa Fe company sent five ten
wheel Scbenectody engines to run from
La Junta east, as an experiment. The
boys say the engineers have to use a step
ladder to oil the links. 1
Complaint over the present arrange- J
ment of mail trains on the Santa Fe is
loud among the business men of the ter-,
ritory.
or Intri't.'it lo Atliclett-x. i
Jomes Robinson, the athletic trainer at
Princeton College, Princeton, N. J., says:
"1 have found it imperative to have,
sure and simple remedies on hand in case
of cuts, bruises, strains, sprains, colds,
rheumatism, etc. Shortly after entering
upon my profession, I discovered such a
remedy in Allcock's Porous Plasters. I
tried other plasters, but found them too
harsh and irritating. Allcock's Porous
Plasters give almost instantaneous relief,
and their strengthening power is remark
able. In cases of weak back put two
plasters on the small of the back and in
a short time you will be capable of quite
severe exercise. In 'sprint' and 'dis-
Fancf Goods
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Southeast Cor. Washington lr.
SANTA FE, N.M.
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SANTA FE. N. M.
The Annual Session blglns on Septm 1st.
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THE SANTA FE BAKERY
Bread, Pies and Cakes.
Groceries and Provisions.
F. SCHNEPPLE, Proprietor.
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Don't Fail to Call at the
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FOR 1"
Mis ill M M Presents.
Indian Curiosities bought direct from the Indians themselves,
Mexican and Navajo Blankets a Specialty, All Orders
promptly attended to and all goods Packed Free !
Safe Delivery Guaranteed either by Mail, Express or Freight.
Largest Collection in the United States
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FEATHER and WAX-WORK,
Fine Opals and Turquoise, Indian and Spanish Relics, Buck-skin
Snits, Bows, Arrows, Moccasins, Shields,
Stone Vessels and Weapons from the Cliff Dwellers.
JAKE GOLD, Prop'r,
V 3?. O. BOX 153. -:- -:- SANTA i'JU, in -til vv a.

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