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TV A FE DAILY NEW MEXICAN. VOL. 27. SANTA FE, N. M., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1890. NO. 241 S.'SIFITZ., Gold and Silver T I I Tl 1 1 ppfrrannir ininrT.Q O I O FINE FILIGREE JEV Diamonds, Watches, Clocks and SiiverwarB ELKY Tho Election, Bill. Washington, Dec. 3. By a vote of years 41, nays 30, the gonate has token up the election bill for consideration. Ha BpriantMoaf m if a coda. Atnre au.1 Frt rjt. Stt door Second aii.iul r...nk Diaii Setttis ail Walcli Bepainni Proitly ami Etetly Bus! W. N. ENIMERT, Staple and Fancy Groceries San FranoiBOO St., S. W. Oor. Plaza, SANTA FE, N. N. The Second National Bank OP NEW MEXICO. OA-PITALi PAID Tie - .- S1BO.OOO Do, a f.n.r.1 banking bo.ln... nl lolloln patrnnas. of the pablle L. SPIE&ELBEBft. Pros, W. G. STMMONS. Oashie SOL. LOWITZKI tfc SON. ESTABLISHED 187S. Livery and Feed Stables Best Stock of Horses and Carriages in town. HACKS PROMPTLY FURNISHED. Bon't tall to llt TrQCK INIMAN VIIXAGK; three honr. 011 ' ;"u,'d trip Spoilii Stlntlon to ou.UtUn, ir.T.l.r. ..Tor tue country. Creful drWor. t-w-I-Mpu-uu- Lower Sa) Francjsco 8t SANTA FE, N. M HOTEL CAPITAL, SANTA FE, 1ST. IM". ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, Healthy and Nice Rooms on the Second Hoor. 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. CARTWRIGHT, SuocoMor to 0ABTWKI8HT GRI8WU1.D, UKALKK IN W. are Mnfeturer' Agent for the well known Dew Drop liranil Canned Fruit & YegetaWes Also aeito in Santa Fe for Patent Imperial Flour, the finest flonr in the "Atfnv fit E AM Elt Y "b'uk No. 4 Bakery in Conoection with the Store. : 1858 : : isoo : A.-A.J3. impobth mm jouh General Merchandise SAN FRANCISCO STREET, faMftut mcI ltTnit Hnmpliti ntirrk irf n- H . nadin Carried im ttx Kattre South w. .AJtSTT-A. - -N-HiW MEX Dr. Mary Walker's Death Bed. Osnisao, N. Y., Dec. 3. Dr. Mary Walker lies dyin at her frm near this place. Her malady is said to be heart trouble. Mr. Townsend Want, Free Coinage. Washinoton, Dec. 3. Representative Townsend, of Colorado, will introduce in the house a bill providing for the free coinage of silver. Silver Scandal. Washington, Dec. 3. In tho house Representative Dockery, of Missouri, of fered a resolution reciting that it is alleged that twelve senators and fifteen represen tatives, pending the passage of the "silver bill," were admitted to partnership in various "silver pools" by which they realized $1,000,00U profits in the advance of the price of silver after the passage of the act; and directing the committee on coinage, weights and measures to inquire into the facts and circumstances of the alleged purchase and sales of silver. The committee shall have leave to sand for persons and papers at any time. unless special leave were granted. Im portant telegrams were received from the Indian country. The situation is regard ed as critical. Uen. Brooke telegraphs that a number of Rosebud Indians with soma of the Pino Ridge agency and some from the Lower Brule and Stand ing Rock agencies are gathered to the number of 600 on White river, above the mouth of Wounded Knee, and theBe In dians are very defiant. New York. The herald has a dispatch from W. F. Cody, dated at Mandan, as follows: In answer to your telegram asking for the latest and most reliable information regarding tho late religious craze among the Indians, I have just ar rived from the Sitting Bull and Chief Gall country. When I left yesterday, they were still dancing, men, women and children. They . said they were go ing to dance all winter or die, and if they did die it would be a good medicine, as they would come to life again in the spring, and they would not be cold and hungry through the winter. In ' this part of North Dakota Sitting Cull is the great disturber and prophet. The situa tion is most critical. Will Want Our Coal. San Aktomo, Texas. Dec, 3. The committee appointed by the board of trade to prepare a report to be submitted to the army board, with reference to the inducements offered by the city for the establishment tf the proposed factory to be located on or near the gulf coast, has completed its labors, and has forwarded the report to Washington. The report is voluminous in its tabulated statistics in regard to the supply of iron in the Llano district, which according to analysis, is low in phosphorus, coming within the Bessemer limit. It is also shown that coking coal from the Alabama coal iields cau be laid down here at $4 per ton, w hile fire clay in inexhaustible quanti ties exists in this vicinity. The location of San Antonio to the proposed deep water ports on tho Texas coast and to the Mexico border, are also cited. J. U. Dig nowity, a capitalist of this city, has of fered a bonus of $10,000 to the proposed factory, while several private donutions of building sites have been offered. New Mexico. Washington, Dec. 3. In his annual report, just submitted, the secretary of the interior, makes this reference to New Mexico: The governor submits an extended and interesting report, conveying mucn valu able information in relation to tne terri tory. The unsettled condition of titles to Spanish and Mexican land grants is dis cussed bv the governor as the matter of paramount consideration and importance to the people. But it is not deemed nec essary to here dnellupon the subect, an the earnest efforts of the administration for the establishment of some competent tribunal to adjudicate these questions has resulted in the consideration by both houses of congress of bills lor the estab lishment of United States land courts for this purpose. It seems probable, and it is gratly to be desired, that an act may be passed before the close of the present congress. The Work of Congreaa. Washington, Dec. 3. The principal party questions appear to be : Will the tariff bill be revised and will the election bill be passed? Replying to the first question, no; to the second, yes. The tariff uuestion will most certainly not be seriously reopened at this session, and the senate will at least make a strong effort to put the election bill through as revised by its committee on elections. This can not be done in time to pass the appropriation billx u tless there be either a change in thestnati rules or a revolu tion under the prttent rules. No one in auiuority can yet be found willing to give an opinion as to what means will be resort ed to get the bill through, but the Republicans in the senate content themselves by the expression of the con viction that the bill will become a law before the 4th of next March. It w ill also be necessary to pass a re apportionment bill and while this will nut come in the shape of a reopening of questions of the last session, it will raise a political row of the first magnitude. It is destined to be one of the big ques tions of the session, and the Democrats will make a hard fight to have it thrown over to the next congress. Unless all the signs fail they will be defeated in their puprose, for tne Republicans mean business and are not going to be intimi dated. It bids fair to be a session full of work and of Bpirited issues. THE SITUATION CRITICAL. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. N'a Mexico Can lleut It 5 l'er C lit. Medicine Lodge, Kan , Dec. 1. Sugar beets raised in this couuty are testing well, the average being 11 per cent suc rose. The crop was cut quite short by the drouth, but the beet crop will prove of more value to the farmer than any- crop In proportion to acreage. Col. T. B. Mills stated to the Commer cial Club at Las Vegas night before last that be had obtained seed from Clans Spreckies, the great beet-sugar man of the country, that the same had been planted and the product sent to Spreckies lor analysis. The report was that it con tained 16 per cent of saccarine matter the largest per cent obtained from any specimen submitted for analysis. The soil, climate and sunshine of New Mexico seem especially calculated for the devel opment of the sugar element in all root crops, as may be seen not only iu the beets, but also in the onions and turnips produced In this part of the territory. For Rent. Rooms furnished and un furnished. Inquire at residence of A. I'. Hogle, south side, near depot. Best short ordor bill of fare in the city at ttie Bou Ton restaurant. How to Holp Your Digestion. Almost evsry day we feel the unpleas ant sensations of indigestion. Try All- cock's Forous riastors and be relieved. .1. F. Davenport, r l Cannrsie, N. Y., writes : "I have bean very much troubled with a violent pain below my chest bono. I was told by several physicians that it was rheumatism of the diaphragm. It resulted from cold and exposure. I had very little appetite and digested my food with great difficulty. I placed one Ailcock's Porous Plaster below the breast bone and two on each side. In thecourse of twenty four hours all pain ceased, and I was able to eat and digest a good square meal, something 1 had not done before in two weeks. I got better constantly, and at the end of seven days found myself en tirely well. Sinco then I have used All cock's Porous Plasters for colds, coughs and pains in my side, ami I have always found them quick and effective. IP I 1ST 22- Watch -:- Repairing ! . A SPECIALTY. -ESTABLISHED ffl 1874- Copper. Says the Mining and Engineering Jour nal : While the market for copper stocks the past week has been less active than the previous one, there is a much better feeling pervading the whole list, and prices are up from $1 to $15 per share. There is now no pressure to sell stocks, but on the contrary orders to buy certain lines have been unfilled for the reason that the market is getting Into strong hands, weak holders have been pretty well shaken out and good stocks are get ting scarce. Santa Fe has been quite active, with sales of over 8.000 shares at 4045c. The Small Boy", Protest. Que O'Brien, office lad for Messrs. Catron, Knaebel & Clancy, drops into poetry very gracefully. His latest is as follows: In this strange town ol Pama Ko They can not let the mall bov be, (And though it d n't seem right to usi At me th-y always have to cuss; If a thiiiR (rets wionsr or out of whack, They say it's icf, behind my back. But to me this thing seems strange, Kind reader, don't you thiuk It ought to change? Because we are boys, on us they should n' t trod, Ad u tnlscUi-.r- a.n,. ,gy if( litis and Todd. If no one see It, but say It's so. Why then, by Roily, it ouirht'nt to "go!" The Janta Fe small bo has trials enough. Without having io listen to this sort of stuff. GUS UUKIE.V. Dyspepsia Makes the lives nt many people miserable, and often loads to solt-dostruction. Distress after eating, sour stomach, sick headache, heartburn, lossof appetite, a faint, " all gone" foeliiig, bad taste, coated tonguo, and irregu , lartty ot the bowels, are DlStrOSS gome of the more common Aftr symptom,. Dyspepsia does .. not get well ol Itself. It Eating requires careful, persistent attention, and a romedy like Hood's Sarsa yartlla, which acts gently, yet surely and efficiently. It tones the stomach and other organs, regulates the digestion, creates a good appetite, and by thus Sick overcoming the local sjmp- n d he toms removes the sympa- necuti,iio thetlc effects of the disease, banishes the headache, and refreshes the tired mind. " I have been troubled with dyspepsia. I bad but little appetite, and what I did eat u . distressed me, or did me nealT" jjltia good, in ail hour bum after eating I would expe rience a falntness, or tired, all-gone feeling, as though I had not eaten anything. My trou ble, I think, was aggravated by my business, which Is that of a painter, and from being more or less shut up In a SOUT room with fresh paint. Last spring I took Hood's Sarsa- owmacn rllla took three bottles. It did me an immense amount of good It gave me an appetite, and my food relished and satisfied the craving I had previously experienced." Geoboe A. Paoe, Watertown, Maes. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by alldruggiita. 11; six for fS. Prepared only by C. t riOOD ft CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mas IOO Doses One Dollar T he Kellglous-Crazed Indian, will Fight Troop, on the Move. Omaha, Neb., Dec. 3. Advices from Pine Ridge agency report that the cam paign against the Indians will probably open iu earnest to-day. The troops ex pect to advance to the bad lands at once, and every provision is being made for a long and arduous campaign. The gov ernment bus advertised for forage and transportation. Indian scouts report more depredations and the excitement runs high. The army officers at Pine Ridge predict the expedition will be as toiuli and important as any in Indian history. Chicago At the army headquarters this morning orders were given that all employes should remain at their desks Ho for the Bull Fight,. To those desiring to attend the El Paso county fair to be held at El Paso in De cember 7 to 24, tho A., T. & S. F. Rail way company will sell tickots to El Paso and return at one lowest limited first class fare for the round trip ($13 40). Tickets sold December 6 to 24 inclu sive, limited for return passage up to and including December 27, 1890. W. M. Smith, Agent. Bulk and canned oysters, at Bishop's. A Product of Erouition, It is scarcely credible, in the light of recent railroad achievements, when one considers the high speed attained, the almost absolute protection from danger afforded by block signals, air brakes and the various safety appliances, the luxur ious appointments of palace cars, and the number of through express trains in reg ular service, that this remarkable devel opment has all resulted w ithin tne past fifty years. The New York and Chicago limited of the New York Central & Hudson River Railroad is to-day probably the most worthy exponent of luxury in travel, pre senting the latest improved devices for ensuring the safety, comfort and pleasure of its patrons. The high standard of ex cellence maintained ny tne flew xoric Central's "Limited" train is emulated in all branches of ita service. Removing to Ch'cago. The office of the land commissioner of tho Atlantic & Pacific road will hereafter be located at Chicago. The furniture, books and papers in the office in this city are being packed for shipment. This is a matter of serious regret on the part of the people of this city. The officials of the land department are courteous gentle men and have done much to help build up the city. Albuquerque Citizen. Ladies and gentlemen's private dining room up stairs at the Bon Ton restaurant. Don't Fail to Call at the ) q-r-o; CIiiiie; il In Yfiin Fnls. 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. GEO. W. HICKOX & CO., The Mexican Filigree Jewelers OF SANTA FE, N. M. I Palace Arae, opp. Gov. Prince. ORDERS SOLICITED FROM ABSENT PAKTIHa AND PROMPTLY FILLED. 1 REASER BROS, KKAI KltS IV- lX-:-MN,-:-rOTAK Lumber and Building Materials. -:- Santa Fe, N. fll. Warehouse aud OiKco : (Jasper Ortiz. avium-, ) FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK Santa Fe, New Mexico, Designated Depository of the United States. PEDRO FEREA, T. B. CATRON, R.J.PALEN. President Vice Pesident Cashier jicHAM Hotel, "" "nr. Plaza, SANTA PK, S. M. leotra!! hca'to, Entirely Refltltei, TERMS $2 per Day Special Rates by the week J. T. FORSHA. Propr Miss A. Mugler, llinerv and Fancf Goods, GRIFFIN BLOCK, Southeast Cor. "Washington At. SANTA FE, N.M. PAL First Class. Santa Fe, OTEL RUMSEY BURNHAM. New Mexico W. H. SOEHNCHEN, Carpenter, Contractor ana Builder JOBBING PROMPTLY Back of Hotel Capital, ATTENDED TO. Santa Fe, N. M. 13 E IR Feed and Transfer. ACADEMY -OF- All kind, at Kogh and FlnMied Lumber; Tuu Flooring it th, lowtai Mtrkai ttm Wl low, aud Uooia. , Alio tarry u a general Transfer bsalneH and teal In Haj and Uraln. Oflico near A., T. & S. F. Depot. Our Lady of Light! CONDUCTED BY THB DUDROW & HUGHES, Proprietors .OFLOBETTO:- SANTA FE, K. M. The Annual Session blglns on Sept. 1st. Foi Information, sddress, MOTHER FRANCISCA LAMY THE SANTA FE BAKERY Bread, Pies and Cakes. Groceries and Provisions. F. SCHNEPPLE, Proprietor. iv U..M lice, rltEKT, ANTA FC, H. H Largest Collection in the United States LnSPnttery Mi Curiosities FEATHER and WAX-WORK, Fine Opals and Turquoise, Indian and Spanish Relics, Buck-skin Suits, Bows, Arrows, Moccasins, Shields, Stone Vessels and Weapons from the Cliff Dwellers. JAKE GOLD, Prop'r, O. BOX 153. -:- -:- S-A.3STTA. FIB, NEW IMISX.