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SANTA FE DAILY NEW VOL. 27. SANTA FE, N. M., FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1891. NO. 277 Gold and Silver PINE FILIGREE JEWELRY Diamonds, Watches, Clods and Silverware. ffo Bait Beprc0attiOB m4 or ttooci torn mI Factory, NftKt dll'll" Mttemift NttttMfi.l DiamoBd Mi and latch Repairing Promptly aid tbt !) The Second National Bank OF NEW MEXICO. CAPITAL PlIJD XJ-P - - $150,000 Do, a general banking bo.lne.. and .ollelu patron sua of the pnblla. L. SPIEOELBEEft. Pres. W. G. SIMMONS. Oastie Telegraphic Tidings AGAINST FREE LEAD. The Secret of Koch's Lymph. Berlin, Jnn. 16. It is announce. I that PiOl' 8-r Koch will puliltHh the inarf (lieniB which enter into the composition of lils famous lymih. Oon't B A lam ! -BUT EAT AT- CONWAY'S Oyster Bay and Bon-Ton Mk Ovfc Fist Game. Mtitlaisas City Meats. SHORT ORDER MEAt S a specialty. Open lay and M&M. Best Coots in tie City. Ladies' ani Gent's Private Din ill aii f me l ooms Dp Stairs. I'on't Fail to Ask for Wine-List ! V JACK CONWAY, PropV. lie Us k an Society OF NEW YORK. Join. I ScMi, & Co, General Agents for New Mexico and Arizona. Tha remit, of tba policial now maturing .how that tha EQUITABLE la IWr In advance of any other Life Insurance Company. If yon wl.h an illustration of tha remit, on these polielr. lend jrour nam-, address n.l date ..' birth to . W mCHOFIELD CO.. Santa re, M. M., and U will receive prompt attention. 1858 1890 in ow Genera 1 Merchand ISC Parneil i. Ives It Up. London, Jiin. 1(1. The Star to davsnya that Mr. 1'uriif II has definitely ami finally ulianiloneil all idea of rei-uiuuigtheleadei-ship ot (he lriai' piirlv. Keci-lvlng I'MBhe.. Lan.-i.vo, Mu d . J..11. Iti. A hi l is pi-ruling in 11. e I.e.i-lHiiirepioliiliiiinii Me ii-atiiiiK nt railMnd u-m-e b. im iiiU-r, urnh r penalty of tin- urn I khl-ii $ 1 ,0 jo nnr mure than If Itl.uOl). , ill-- I . also ai- hen 10 all sjiaie nilicert- met jiuk-ps ruuris 01 rc- ir -a. 11 ili pasa laser p the rn-ipu nt is iititio tu a like line .-r -ne jnu'o luipriboumeiit, at the option of the court. ' - The Silver Hill 1'aa.rd. Washington, Jan. 10 The senate passed Hit) ailver hill by a vole ol 42 to 30. ine iii 1 1 is a iree coinage measure, pure sua siuipie; tree lrom all Uie nationui bauk and hoiid legislatiou cotitaim d in the tiiiancial bill. V ith the exception of eluht technical ameuduieuta and the ouiissiou of the provision for covering in to the treasury the national hank redemp tion bond, the bill is like that passed by the sen at last year, hich was the basis of the compromise embodied iu the pres ent law. A Colorado ftacket Dexvkk. CoIo., Jan. 15. Before leav iiiK Hie arseiiibly halls today, Speaker Hannah sore iu ten deputy sergeants at arm and left tnetn in possitiun of the chamber. Soon alterwards twenty fiuk ertou detectives were sworn in ami sent up to assist in holding the fort. The '"combiue" have nlty armed men in the lobby and outside of the building, and the slightest blunder wilt result in a bat tle. The state tnthtia have been ordered out and are now camping on their arms at the armorv. The Miners of New Mexico Speak Kaine.tly -strong Resolutions Adopted. Up The Elections Bill. Washington, Jan. 15. The total vote cast last bight. in the senate, on Mr. Uoar's motion to take up the elections hill, was 66, exclusive of the vote of the Vice President. Twenty-two senators were re corded as absent, including twelve repub licans aud leu democrats. As a matter of fact, Senator Inalls was preseut, but re- irainta iroin voting, ana lour ol the re publican senators, while not in thecham uer wnen the vote was taken, were in the city. The actual republican absentees were seven iu number. Senators Blair, Chandler, Harwell Moody, I'ettigrew, Pierce aud Squue. The republican vote was 33 (exclusive of the Vice President) or iiheeu less than a quorum, so that if the democratic seualois should resort to iheplanof refusion to vole, and these are joined by Senators Stanford, Teller, Walciitt, Jones of Nevada, Stewart aud tialiburu (the republicans who voied with them last eight) the advoCdteaof the eleitions bill would require the atten dance ol six of these seven actua! absen tees Leiore they could proceed with the measure or could act upon tne cloture rule. CONDENSKD MEWS. President McGrath of the Kansas Far mers' alliance has been declared blameless in tha matter of the "Turner letter." The abandonment of Fort Lowell, seven miles east of Tucson, has been ordered by the secretary of war. The citizens, of Southern Arizona are makng a strong re monstrance. The Bland free coinage bill comes up in the house next Wednesday. Colonel J. M. Eddy, general manager and receiver of the lutenihti -nal & Great Northern railroad, died at Pasadena, Cal ifornia. On assuiance of General Miles that t o more danger to settlers la anticipated, luur companies of -Nebraska militia staiion- d on the frontier are ordered to return home. The Behring sea. controversy not into Un'ted states supreme court. Wyoming lias appropriated $30,OCO ( r the WorU'd Fair. A rough, Hatley McCoy, shot and killed Police Inspector Haw ley at the door of the Colorado house of representative day belore yesterday. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. To the Editor ol the Ni-w Mexican. Demino, Jan. 14. There was a very fair representation of the mining districts of New Mexico at Deming on Monday last, and proxies by letter and telegraph were received from others of the most important camps. The abandonment of trains on the railroad on Mond.iy, resulted in cutting ofT many mine's that would liuve been there if the train had run as usual. Tlioeoinniiltee on resolutions appointed at the lirttt session on Moililay reported ti-e following morning at 10 o'clock tha M. owing wliich were presented by Wal ter C. Ha dey, the chairman of the com mittee; and which, in order that they may be lveti the widest possible circula tion, the New- Mexican is requested to publish : Whereas, We are informed that efforts are being made to have the tax by the iucrumey uin reduced or removed from Mexican lead ore seeking entrance into the United States, we would respectfully present for the consideration of congress the following Trief statement of facts: first: Prior to the legislation that re sulted in placing the tax upon Mexican lead, there was not a It-ad mine in the territory of New Meiico working to a profit. Smelters that owned good lead mines had abandoned their working as they found that they could get Mexican lead produced by peon labor cheaper than thev could mine it at home. 'Mi .As soon as it became apparent that the Mexican lead would have to nav the tax, the sniphers began to recover their unworked mines in this territory, and so far as we are ab'e to judge, they have w ithout exception been put in prof itable condition. 3d. Mining camps that have been for years deserted, at once showed signs of activity. Many miners who had been wiiiiout means to develop their proper ties because the price paid for lead had been too low, were at ouco enabled to begin operations. 4th. The vast lend ore bodies that have been exposed during this Bhnrt sea son of great activity have surprised all of us. There has been shown up twice as much lead ore as at anv previous time, and more than we believed to exist! This is particularly true of the San Pedro, Magdalena, Conk's Peak, Florida, Hach- tta and Pinos Altos dis'riets. 5th. There has then, by reason of this better price for lend, sprung up an al most entirely new industry in this terri tory, ibelead produc ion for the year 1S90 will almost represent the gross pro fits oi tne entire mining industry of New Mexico tor ihe jear. 6th. This new b.-aneh of the mining 'ndustry which has begun to be devel oped so rapidly and which holds much promise to us as miners so long as the Mexican ores are compelled to pay the duty, has not, in our opinion, flourished at the expense of miners of other classe of ores. Dry ores are now being treated for less than was charged in many cases in Jits' or 1889, and we believe that KOlfMD AHOUT TOWN. SAN FRANCISCO 8TREET. barfM aad Moat OompUt Stoek of CtonArui rch&adla Canted la th Battn foatbweat. The New Pastor. A kindly note from Bev. Thos. Har- wood, superintendent of the M. . church missions in New Mexico, informs the Newt Mexican that the Uev. C. J. Mills, late professor in the Albuquerque college, has, by invitation of the Method ist people in Santa Fe, been appointed pastor of this church here. Mr. Mills came to New Mexico about two years ago id search of health. Tbinkiug himself nearly well he accepted she professor ship of the Albuquerque college at t lie beginning of the school term in 1888, aud notwithstanding his hard work in the school, he has gradually grown stronger and is now quite recovered. The profes sor's last pastoral work prior to coming to New Mexico was Waterville, Me., where tie bad a church membership of some 400 persons, a large Sunday school aud a sa'ary of $1,300 and parsonage. If Mr. Mills can only retain his health, the Santa Fe people may well congratulate them selves in securing his services as pastor of their flock and people. Olives in gallon kegs at Eramert's. wheie an advance has been made of la'e it U due to a general pupose of Ine smeltprs to advance their charges without respect to lead production or supply, and, whereas, iu lMM thousands of dollars have been actually produced in this terri tory from what was worthless lead ore before the McKiuley bill, not $1 of this appears to have been taken out of the pocket of the miner of dry ores. 7th. It is our belief that there is a sufficiency of lead ores in New Mexico to smelt all of the ores of the territory. Therefore, he it Resolved, That we niosf earnestly peti tion the congress of the United States to protect onr new industry of lead mining in New Mexico by refusing to allow the lead ores of Mexico produced by peon labor to come iu without taxation, and beg that the tax be not reduced, as the margin for profit no vouchsafed is only i-u- h as insures a reasonable profit to the lead miner. The resolutions were freely disousfed and adopted without a dissenting vote. ii. Y. McKkY-is, F. M. Smith, C'nainiiun. Secrelary. Citizens Xeuouuce H. To til o Editor ol tl.e New Mexican. Golden, N. M., Jan. 14 Hon. J. B. Mayo arrived home to-day, and his com ing was made the cause of a significant demonstration. His friends regardless of party and the Republican lead ers gave him a hearty reception. They denounced in the most severe manner the action of the sixteen mem bers of the legislature of unseating Messrs. Mayo, Read and Young, and thus coun tenancing and aiding the bsllot box steal and profiting by it for partisan purposes ; thus setting at defiance the wishes of the people of the territory. They also de nounced the two men, Gable and Kasley, severely for obtaining by fraud the two seals belonging to Messrs. Head and Mayo who were chosen by ihe people and seat ed by the supreme judge and territorial secretarv. Lex. It Your House la on Fire You put water on the burning limbers, not on the smoke. And if you have catarrh you should attack the disease in the blood, not in your nose. Remove the impure cause, and the local effect subsides. To do this, take Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great blood purifier, which radically and perm a nently cures catarrh. It also strengthens the nerve9. Be sure to 'get only Hood's Sarsaparilla. The following notaries have just been appointed: Wm. 8. Ryan, Roswell. Chaves county ; Geo. W. Mills, Silver Ci'y, Grant county ; Frank WcKee, Albu querque, Bfirnalillo county; Chas. A. Kuoiuson, Winfield S. Williams, Socorro, Soc -rro county. Any scheme that contemplatos tho im provement of Santa Fe would be defect ive if not taking into account the estab lishment of water storage reservoirs and artesian wells. Ten chances to one are in favor of success of the latter, if wisdom is display in selecting location, As for the rtsorvoirs, there is no possible ques tion of their utility. Oceans of water wi 1 go to waste iu the spring, hence it is lime to be discussing these matters. This is a vital time for the capital city, f ir certainly local property holders can not expect outside investors to come in here when no effort is made to encourage them by fixing reasonable prices on real estate. If mistakes in the past couut for anything the leading business men and property owners will not make any more such mistakes. F. G. Smith, the piano tuner, is in the citv. He reports that his overcoat con taining his purse with $180 and checks to the amount of $400, was stolen from him on the train between Cerrillos and Lamy. He offers a reward of $100 for the re covery of the property and the detection of the thief. Foroman Ilollowav. of the Edison Electric company, has removed his fam ily from Denver to Santa Fe, aud has several men at work gettidg things in shape for stringing the wires. The poles have all been delivered, and the work of sotting them up begins next Monday. The governor has received a letter from a lady in England asking for information as to the whereabouts, if alive, of W. T. Whitelock. When last hoard of he was in Arizona, but as inquiries there have proved fruitless, it is supposed that he may ho in New Mexico. Any informa tion regarding him will be thankfully re ceived and forwarded to the proper quarter. Messrs. Humsoy & Burnham of the Palace hotel are enjoying a very good patronage these days and tho tuests at that first class hostelry are well satisfied RE VI OVA! 9 OTICE! FOR THE NEXT SIXTY DAY8. In order toeloo out our immense stock we will offer pooiN at a liifllio-f inuijriii ai.ov.-. cost. Kletrmit Jold H atches. Cliiiuis, li;iriiiii.u in all styles, Kings Gold a.,d S.lv.-r li.io.b es. sleeve liintu.,., Serf Pins, tuds, Laeo J ins. lar 'Drops, CJ.,1.1 ,,s and Pencils. Gold and silver Jl.aded (noes ukI Umbrellas. (Mocks in if rear variety and an .-ndiess assortment of beautiful designs Hd and qaudrup e plated ilverware. No . se to send cast lor noods, we w H discount any pri s riven either at home or abroad, nc are determined to reduce ourstoc and turn it into cash .Orders lrom our friends abroad will receive careful Territory ' ll'C l,wc'st I,riocs ever before known iu tne GEO. W. HICKOX & CO. REASER BROS. -DEALERS IN- MIvGMIIvPBTITOES Lumber and Building Materials. Santa Fe, IV. 171. Warehouse and OfTico: Gasper Ortiz avenue, f Dyap-Kia aud Torpid Liver. Nathaniel Hyatt, Insurance Depart ment, Albany, N. Y., writes: "1 have been a great sufferer from dys pepsia, water brash, acid stomach and constipation for the last fifteen months. Some time ago I read in one of Bran dreth's Calendars the case of a gentleman in Albany who was cured of a similar af fliction by using Allcock's Porous Plasters. Knowing the gentleman referred to, I purchased two one I put on the pit of the Stomach and two on roy rig,ht side. I wore them a week, then took a bath and removed the plasters, I washed the place with cologne, ruobed them dry and then applied fresh Allcock's Porous Plasters. I fouud my appetite and digestion much improved in two weeks; in three weeks my bowels became regular and, after using the plasters for four weeks, I found myself eutirelp cured ." Fine McBrayer whisky at Colorado saloon. Truffled mushroons at Emmert's. and stuffed olives If you want to buy lunch goods, the place to get them is at Emmert's. Imported pickles, olives and relishes of all kinds at Kramerf.-!. MAM 11 Ulill 14 U g 11 Soiitlieast cor. Plaza SANTA FE, - If. fa. tentrallj Ljia'ea, atitel Belittled, TERMS $2 per Day Special Rates by the week J.T. FORSHA. Propr FIRST NATIONAL BANK -OF Santa Fe, New Meiico. Designated Depository of the United States. PEDRO PEREA, - President T.B. CATRON, Vice Pesident R. J. PALE ft. - - Cashier ERT, Staple and Fancy Groceries San Franoieoo St., S. W. Cot. Plaza, SANTA FE, N. N. 'ALACE HOTEL First Class. Santa Fe. RUMSEY BURNHAM. New Mexico A. T. GRIGG & CO., Wholesale ft Retail Dealer. In Furniture, Crockery AND GLASSWARE. Lamps, Ploture and Room Mould ings. See our new lino of Fancy Rockers and Mantel Folding Beds. Lower 'Frisco St - - Santa Fc. TrkStHtrk. uMLSCEIR BOOT J. G. SCHUMANN. Soots, Shoes, Leather and Findings Keep, on hanf a fall anortment ot Ladle.' aa4 Children'. Fine Sboeai alio tbe M.-diam and tn. Cbup f"de. I would call eipectal attention M mj Call jd LlvM Kip WALKER Boot., a boa or men who do bearj work and aeed a toft bai serviceable apper leather, wltb beary, (abate tlal, triple sole, and itandard .crew laitaal Order by mall promptly attended to. P. 0. Box 143, Santa Fe, N. M HOTEL CAPITAL, ON THE (EUROPEAN PLAN, Healthy and Nice Rooms on the Second. Concert in Front of tho Hotel, Floor. Nightly Band iu the Plaza. Rates, $1.50 and $2 per Day.-:-Special Rates for Regular Board. U. TAMONY, Proprietor. 1STEW MEXICO THE C03NEi:N"Gr COXJ3STTR,"3r The Mesilla Valle its Garden Spot! 66 rJZml ACRE! E33STOTJG- H 79 taolce Irrigated Lands (Improved and Unimproved) aO actively platted; for sale on long time with low Interest. WARRANT DBlSDS GIVEN. Write for Illustrated folders giving follSpartieiiUeM r k uvtnoston; ' Oenral Agent. RIO GRANDE LAND COMPANY. Las Cruces. EV1 M.