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'Jutn iau of LVngrui r A BAIL 1 NEW VOL. 27. SANTA FE, N. M., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1890. NO. 25S S- SPITZ, Gold and Silver T I I 1 T'J C - rTelefiTaphic-Tioinfrs! COMPROMISE PROPOSITION. PINE FILIGREE JEWELRY Diamonds, Watches, Clacks and Silverwaie. N Batae BeprnntAtinn mud of Good. (tore fttl fHoi'ry, Next duor Second u in -4 1 Bank Dumii SettiBj at J Watch Bepairii Promptly and Efficient!! Bis W. N. EMMERT, Staple and Fancy Groceries San Francisco St., S. W, Cor. Plaza, SANTA FE, N. N. The Second National Bank OP NEW MEXICO. OJlFZTJLXj PAID TJ.P - - S150.000 Doi general banking bualnen and ti.llalti patronage of the poblle. L. SPIEGELBEBft, Prea. W, G. SIMMONS. Gashie Don't B A lam ! -BUT EAT -AT- CONWAY'S Oyster Bay and Bon-Ton Fresh Oysters, Fish, Game, Poultry, Kansas City Meats. SHORT ORDER MEAIS a specialty. Op Day anoint Best Coots in tie City. Ladies' and Gent's Private Din ini and fine Booms Up Stairs. 1 oii't Fail to 1st for Wine-List ! JACK CONWAY, Prop'r. HOTEL CAPITAL, S -A-lsT'-H A TP "FT!, Tr -r ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, Healthy and Nice Rooms on the Second Floor. Nightly Band Concei t in Front of the Hotel, In the Plaza. Rates, $1.50 and $2 per Day.-:-Special Rates for Regular Board. U. TAMO NY, Proprietor. 1858 : : 1890 icronu Biro jum or Genera 1 Merchandise 8AN FRANCISCO STREET, Largest tad Moit OompUt Stock of Gn H:i ).andU Carried im the Entire South i-M JSTJii W MIX Th Flying Manhluo. Yaxcion, 8. D.. Dec. 23. One thou sand acres waa purchased here by the Mount Cartuel Areautioal Navigation company of Chicago, containing large de posits of aluminum the metal to lie used to construct the company's ships. A New Chicago-Denver Mae. Ciiicaoo, Dec. 23. The ttock Island fc Pacific road will open its cut line from Omaha to Beatice, Neb., on January 4. On that date it will inaugurate a new fast passenger service betweon Chicago and Denver. It will be furnished with Pullman cars, built especially for that run, and the trip is to be made four hours quicker than by way of Kansas City. Indian Depredations Hill. Washington, Dec. 23. Senator Moody has reported the Indian depredations bill to the senate with the provisions of the Senate bill substituted after the enacting clause of the Iiuse bill. The Senate and House bills, while having the same end in view, ditfer somewhat as to the details of the payment of these claims. These will be straightened out in conference if the bill gets through the Senate, the object of this action being to enable the Senate to act on a bill with a House title. On Ciirlatlan Principles." Chicago, Dec 23. The asset of S. A. Kean & Co., the suspended banking firm, are growing steadily less as the pro ceedings in court in behalf of de positors who claim that the bank received deposits from them after it was insolvent progress. The attorney for the assignee gave notice that he would ask the court to make an order permitting the assignee to return to the depositors who were not in debted to the bank any checks or drafts deposited by them for collection. The court indicated a willingness to make such an order. A number of complaints were filed to day by persons who claim that they were permitted to make deposits after the bank was insolvent. Mr. Kean has delivered up articles of agreement made two years ago by which Mr. E. M. Culver became a special part ner. This partnership was subsequently dissolved. The articles contained this peculiar paragraph : "The business of the firm is to be conducted on strictly Christian prin ciples and according to the teachings of the Bible." uttarclnpafi of II - Domoe, ai ic orera rear ruilnru or their Tot 8chni't. Coriespondcncu Nfw .Nfexii'au. Auit'wrKBQCK, Dun. 'M. 'YIw. twret of the Democracy's proposition to compro mise in the organization of tho legiHlative assembly may be found in the fact that the gang of politicul trii katers in control of the party eeonm to be unable to "work" Homulo Martinez, of Santa Fe county, lie declines to be governed by their dic tates. I nm informed that nt a recent conforonce of DcmoLrati". leaders here W. li. Childcrs was plainly and pointedly informed by Martinez Unit he would not submit to the method.-! unilcrtHken to : On Sunday last the A., T. & S. F. R, fl. compi ny opened their new lino lp j tween Chicago and St. I.ouis. Two trains ; a day will bo run through solidly in each ' direction, one leaving St. Louis in tho : morning, arriving at Chicago the same I day; and tho other, 1'ho Red 'Express, an i evening train, reaching Chicago the fol lowing morning, makiug the fume lime and connections as corresponding train i on other Chicago-tit. Louis lines. W. I . T. Il.-m r I, wig Hum). Tho following announcement tomes from the Weetern I'nion Telegraph com pany to-day : On Iieeembcr :!., lsill, the Western Union Telegraph cumpany will reduce its rates between all ollices in New .Mexico and l'Uti, nod Kansas City, Mo., to BO cents lor ten words and 4 cents for all over that number for day messages, and 40 cents and 3 cents lor niaht messages. Between all ollices in Colorado and Watch -:- Repairing ! a srEci.urv. -ESTABLISHED IN 1874.:- - i l.:. n on... : I t , i ! no uinrtlM ill , w.i.v ..v. nlulot"0 I vomin'j. ftnil kanana Vv tho rates will bo reduced to 50 cents and 3 council when he felt that he was honest ly and fairly defeated in the race for the office by T. P.. Catron. "If you can show me where I am wrong, and would he justdicd in making a light for the place," said Martimv. to Childers, "then L will slay with joti and eontost to the end for mv rights; but you have failed to do this. 1 have made up j my mind that I was fuiily defeated and I j am going to accept the consequences, I j will inako no contest for a place to which j the people have not called me." Your correspondent leirns that it was a short time after this conversation that ! messages, and 30 cents and night messages to Kansas cents for dav ; 2 cents for ; Cilv, Mo. The rate of this company, applying to ; the western slates and territories, is now ! being steadily reduced as the population i and rapid development of commercial wealth increases. the compromise plan was hatched up here. It may also he remarked that there is a spirit of decided meekuejs visible on the Democratic horizon here of lato. Many of the leaders and legal advisers appear to think thev have gone a little too lur in advising the course they have and which has been pursued in Santa 1'e and Taos counties in an attempt to ride down the rights of voters and steal the organiza tion of the next legislature. They feel that in Santa Fe county particularly a great deal of had blood has been aroused, and they fear trouble, realizing the tirm stand which has been taken by Republi cans in that county to maintain their rights and those of a majority of voters. Some of the legal lights ou the Demo cratic committee hero are becoming con vinced that the contempt shown by the Santa Fe legal advisers and some of the candidutes on the Democratic tickets in I Santa Fe and Taos county for the orders of the district court, are returning to plague their party and are injuring the uemoeracy ol tne territory Silver niiit I. mid Title. Denver News : The entire west is cry ing for free coinage. Not only Colorado, but New Mexico, Arizona and Texas have joined in. While the delegation from A oroniinent The Southern itet Uiippjr. banker here and a man who has nut tin ' Durango, Colo., Dec. 23. After the I liberally for the cause of the Democracy! Indians bad received the last of their an-! so far, told me the other day that he was I unity at the Southern Ute agency, good j disgusted with the lawless actions of the I Chief Ignacio called all of his people up Democratic bosses in yourcounty, that he in front of the issue-house and delivered had told the Democratic leaders here so, a stirring address. "Everyone lias got and that he was done nutting no anv j Las egas were in the cily Friday they assembled at the chamber of commerce j and it so happened that a number of t gentlemen from Texas and Arizona were j present in addition to well known silver j advocates from Pueblo and Denver. During an informal conference the fol lowing telegram was sent to Senators Tel i ler and Wolcott as a result of resolutions passed by the gentlemon : j At a meeting to-day of representative j citizens of Now Mexico, Arizona and Texas, uniting with Pueblo and Denver, strong resolutions were iiasBed in favor the I of tho free coinage of silver, and that our senators and representatives be asked to spare no etl'ect on that behalf. The Pueblo and Denver men also Bent the following telegram to the senators: Pueblo and Denver ioin in uskinir Cnli-i- ! rado senators and representatives to as j sist our New .Mexican neighbors in se i curing tho passage of bouse bill settling I land titles. GEO. W. HICKOX & CO., The Mexican Filigree Jewelers OF SANTA FE, N. M. - - - Palace Avenue, opd. Got. Prince. ORDERS SOLICITED ' FEOM- J PABTIES AND I'KOM PTLY FII.I.E1X j 9 I)E A I. KISS I V - m,-m D TATDES I'nr Sttle or to Kent. V desirable six-room house, pleusuntly situated, and convenient to plaza, furn ished or unfurnished. Inquire of .1. 1'. Vktoiiy. Lumber and Building Materials. Warehouse and OUlce : rdNcr Ortiz avcutic, m . Santa Fe, W. IYI. ail that belongs to him. We have got more than we ever got before, and we are all happy and contented. Now, my friends, let us all go to our homes peace fully and quiet, and show our father and all our good friends here that we are satisfied and happy. Let us all be good and make no trouble and we will be much better off. It is not good to make trou ble. Our father here don't like for us j to make trouble, and we must do what . he telle us and we will he happy. "1 am ' going to my home now ou the La Plata. ' If you have any trouble among your- ( gfjKfiJo""lA.tP:v.itit,JWU yon' ..Vew"uU i right if you do as he tells yoa to do, for j he is our friend. Now, let us all go to , our homes." i At the close of Ignacio's speech there j was a shout of appreciation went up that was deafening, and after saying "adios" to every one, they all started for home. CONDENSED NE S. Qunsburg defeated Steinitz in thechesa tournament. Peter Jackson arrived in San Francisco la poor health. A receiver has been appointed and the work stopped on the Pacific short line. The question of hog and dressed beef rates between the Missouri river and Chi cago have been finally adjusted. France continues to increase her im port duties. Germany and Austria are endeavoring to arrange for free trade. The American Live Stock company is boycotted by Chicago buyers. Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Watterson cele brated their silver wedding in Louisville. The city of Duluth, Minn., is badly in need of cash. A meeting of Chicago women de nounced the mention of Mrs. O'Shea s name by political speakers in Ireland. Dr. 8. McLalan. a prominent Kansas alliance man, thinks that both the whites and blacks of the South will join the party. Secretary Proctor is trying to reduce army desertions to a minimum. It is rumored that the election of Dubois to the United States senate from Idaho will be contested. The president, after investigation, is said to have been satisfied regarding the World's fair subscriptions, and will issue the proclamation next week. Five hundred friendly Indians have left Pine Ridge for the bad lands and Gen. Miles hopes this will succeed in bringing back the hostiles. Bert Cadwallader killed Saloon-Keeper Larure in Blancbester, Ohio. He was pursued by a mob, and killed himself rather than be captured. The Rev. N. B. Fizer, who neglected his church duties to ran for governor of Ar kansas, has been suspended for five n-onths by the jnetnouist conierence. more money lor toe Deiuocratic commit tee. The leaders here have also found that Sec. Thomas possesses too much firm- Milk 10c a rado saloon. ijnart ; 5c a glass, at Colo- ness for them ; information lias reached them that Uov. Prince believes ihat the ! secreiarv acted properly and lawfully in ! tho appointments he made as acting governor, and proposes to sustain that i action. They are also becoming some what seared at the lawlessness and open deliiince of law and order exhibited by the Democratic bosses in Santa Fe; there ! is more of that than they bargained for, I u,P'l ac.jjw "v.Aj - ..i : next Monday will show. Furnished rooms with or w ithou; board at Mrs. McDonald's, .Johnson street. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK Santa Fe, NewjMexico. Designated Depository of the United States. PEDRO PEREA, - President T.B.CATRON, VicePesident R. J. PALEfJ. - - Cashier Christmas and Bros. Anything and everything Bros. holiday goods, Wain Best short ordor bill of fare in the city at the Bon Ton restaurant. Ladies and gentlemen's private dining room up stairs at the Bon Ton restaurant. Fine McBrayer whisky at Colorado oa- ICHHl. i John McCiiilough Havana cigsr.uc, at Colorado saloon, t Mo.itheitHt cor. Pluza, ALACE MOTEL 'Jim ..-!-' .:.-' r-f-i .y-; . v KJ?V c-'rr';- cheap, lliain Hallway Uolp. , L. M. Meily and T. J. Helm, of the, Santa Fe Southern road, hail a confer ence with D. & R. G. ollicials in Denver 1 to-day. Just what it means nobody here , seems to know, but it is hinted that the : the D. & R. G. company's demands of I the "baby line" are becoming very bind-1 ing, and it is said that the favorable j through rate by which the Santa Fe 1 Southern has been enabled to get a good j deal of business of late is about to be withdrawn by the D. &. R. G. H looks a little as if the long expected game of j "freeze out" had been commenced in j earnest by the D. & R. G. "We will build the line ourselves,'' said Judge Davis, of El Paso, to the Denver Chamber of Commerce in speak ing of the Trinidad-Las Vegas-El Paso project. In view of the fact that El Paso has never been able to construct the El j Paso-White Oaks road, it is scarcely i probable that her citizens will cut much of a caper in building the newly project ed line. Mr. 0. L. Houghton, of Las Vegas, doesn't appear to have a very high appre ciation of the famous Rio Grande valley when talking railroads in the interest of j Las Vegas and TriHidad. He is quoted as saying: "The route of the Santa Fe from Trini dad is circuitous, and crosses the main ranee of mountains. It was built with the view of reaching territory to the west which is a desert and absolutely worth less." The Denver Republican very cheerily remarks : "Denver will always be loft high and dry on the bank of this stream of commerce until somo method shall be devised whereby the current would be divided and part of it turned through this citv. The only way in w hich this can be accomplished is by the extension of rail ways into New Mexico and Arizona, which would compete with the Atchison, Tope ka & Santa Fe." lentrallj Icta'ei, TERMS - SANTA FE, Ulire!) flefilllel, $2 per Day Special Rates by the week J. T. FORSHA. Propr in J. G. SGiiUMANM, oots, Shoes, Leather and Findings Milline Miss A. Mugler, Fancf Goods GRIFFIN BLOCK, Southeast Cor. "Washington Av. SANTA FE, N. M. ACADEMY OF Our Lady of Light! roNDi'CTXb nv tub --SISTERS, OF 10BETT0,-- N. M ! Santa F. - j (TrJ Kuic) I WALK ESI I ! 1 1 1 BURNHAM. ew Mexico Keep on h.m a full assortment nt Ladlw' aac Children'! Fln ?boea; lo tho Medium and th Cheap ktMoj. I would call eipedal attention M n:y L'alf id IM Kip WALKER Eoot, a bo lor men who do heavy work an I d a oft bm! lerviceabie tipper leather, with fceavr, inbiKa t'al, triple lolen and tau!ard screw Inrtont Orders by mall promptly a:te:!fl to. P. 0. Box 143, Santa Fa, N. B SANTA FE, N. M. The Annual Session blgins en Sept. 1st. g1f-7m information, addross, MOTHER FRANCISCA LAMY FISCHER BREWING CO. MAKVI ACTTRJEaS OF Strictly Pure Lager Beer! ami th FINEST MINERAL WATERS. THE SANTA FE BAKERY Bread, Pies and Cakes. Groceries and Provisions. F. SCHNEPPLE, Proprietor. rKjtMtlce irKKET, i I i SANTA FE, N. U Don't Fail to Call at the OLD -..mOSITK-SHOP! for " " MM il If W toft 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 CONSISTING OF SPottervJl iunosities FEATHER and WAX-WORK, Fine Opals and Turquoise, Indian and Spanish Relics, Buck-skin Suits, Bows, Arrows, Moccasins, Shields, Stone Vessels and Weapons from tho Cliff Dwellers. JAKE GOLD, Prop'r, P. O. BOX. 153. -:- -:- S-A-TsTT-A. FE NZEQW IMBX.