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PE DAILY NEW VOL. 27. SANTA FE, N. M., WEDNESDAY, FEBKUAHY 11, 1891. NO. 299 S. SPITZ, Gold and Silver PINE FILIGREE JEWELRY Diamonds, Watches, Clocks end Silverware, - Telegraphic Tidings Rfiproiinn (I tor hu1 PactM Next dour Seen rid ti Diamond Mni ail Watt Rprim Frospllf iti Iteall? Din The Second National Bank OF NEW MEXICO. OA.PITA.LI PAID UP S150.00C Duet a general hanking butlne.t end sollftlt. patronage of tha pablla. L. SPIBQELBER. Pres. W. G. SIMMONS. Owhie Don't IS A Clam ! -BUT EAT AT- CONWAY'S Oyster Bay and Bon-Ton Fresl Ovsters. Fish, Game, PohM Kansas City ORDER Bll S a specialty. Op Djj ant Milt. Best Coots in tie City. Ladies' and Beat's Private Dii hl ai l Wine Hooms Tip Stairs. I on't Fail to 1st tor Wine-List ! JACK CONWAY, PropV. i Is L!" Kmalnt Practically Unchanged. SpiiInufi lu, Feti. II In j iitit u8spm My yHKterilav one Denini:rnt, most of the Republicans hikI all of the (tinners were I resent. Oiik billot m taken showing 100 votes or Palmer. No quorum. Ad journed. The Ltual Paige K.-p rt. Boston, Mg , IVh. 10. it tlio office of the Atchison, Tpeka and Sun la Fe railroad conipttiiy Mere it is stated that there is no ((nidation for the report receiv ed this morning from Salt Lake City that the At'-hisoii Hill absorb the Hio (iraiule Western. Rumored Si le of the C A: A. Boston, Feb. lo. Ihe Boston News Bureau savs: We are informed from re liable sources that a sale of the Chi 'atri & Alton railroad is in progress, probabW to tie Uouid intereet. Control of the stock ih now looked up in New Y"rk and lh price of sale prac i ally aaiea I upon, Iu uie event of a t.aie the Chna.ii anil Alton would form the Missouri I'antiu'a en trance into Chicago from Kns8 City and St Louis. It is possible that Gould may make use of the situation to uer- snacle the A., T. & S. F. to conform to bis views. The Appropriation Bills Safe. Washington, February lu. Yesterday Senator Aldrich said that annroiiriation hills would all heroine lawB before March 4. Speaker Ueed, on behalf of the house, Kives similar assurances. Both Bay that mere win be no extra session, hHIioiixI they charge souihern demoi rats with try to tinnj one about lor the purpose ol electing a southern iiiunl-pehker and but unu a tariff reform bill and a free coinage diii tnroiinn next summer. The soiitheru democrats Imliifnantly deny this, and state that Messrs Gorman and Carlisle having assured them that tbe-e was no further dmuer in thef orce I p. 11 movement, they will not obstruct any luriher. Prophet Foiter'i I'redlc tlons. St. Joski'h, Mo., Feb 10 1'rof. Foster says: "Very changeable and disagreeable weather may be expected until February 14. This is the period of w hich 1 gave warning to the cattle men in Colorado ami the west, advising them to prepare for very hard weather, and while theforre of this cold wave may be broken by the 11th, a lighter one may be expected bv the 12th and another severe one by the 13ih. ibis storm period covers the time Iron the bill to the 14th, ami settled weather of any great extent may not be expected until alter the 14ih. This cold wave and the bail weather spoken of n ill cover all of Colorado and much of the country immediately adjacent thereto." OF N :W YORK. Joliu f. Scnonein & General A srcnts for New Mexico ami Arizona. The re.nll. of the pnllele. now maturing show that the EOUIT.tBLK Is far In advance of any other Life Insurance Company. If ynii wish an Illustration of Ihe results on these policies senrt your nam-, addres. n I date T btrth t.. I. W CUOFIKLD CO., Santa Fe, N. M., and it will receive prompt attention. wztt ; 1S90 A STAAB3 IHFOMM BHD JOSBU OW General Merchandise 8AN FRANCI8CO STREET. rfrtMd Most Complete Stoekof Oener.ii H reuandla Carried tm tlM fin tire South wet. N.E.W MBX An Arizona Tatr, Coi.iMBfs, Mo.. Fell. 10. Ill the par lor ol the Empire house in the cty yes terday afternoon, Louis S. Hulsey of Ari zona, Mint his wile, Amelia Al. Halsey. dangerously if not fatally, and immedia tely alleriards shot himself through the bead. Halsey died in a few minutes. The couple ere married about ei!htyears ago uui nave been living apart for over lour years. Mrs. tlalsey bad commenc ed divorce proceedings and the notice waa served on Halsey yesterday a short time before the tragedy. Halsey by some means Induced his wife to go to the parlor of the Empire bouse and locking the door, asked bet to dismiss the divorce proceed ings and to live with him stain. Upon her refusal he shot her and then him self. CONDENSI D NEWS. Congressman Cannon is yet a strjng probability for the treasury portfolio. Three men were taken out of a Penn sylvania mine alive alter five days con finement in a flooded mine. Eighteen inches of snow in South Da kota, and people freezing to death. Eleven people were whipped at the Newcastle, Del., whipping post. Two stabbing affrays ushered in the Chinese New Year at san Francisco. An auctioneer named Burton eloned from 8henaudoah, Iowa, Saturday, with Mrs. Charles E. Ray, the wife of a lead ing merchant. The second day of the Galveston Mardi Gras was a big success. The trades dis play moved through the principal streets at noon, Ihe allegorical flouts represent ed Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Montana, .Missouri, loiva, lexas, Oklahoma, Utah. Mexico, New Mexico, Arizona, Louisiana, United Staies, Galveston, Momus and Neptune, making the procession over a mile long. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. D. C. Cantwell Arrested. Information reached here to-day from Grant county saying that Sheriff J. A. Lockhart had arrested David C. Cantwe'l, indicted in Socwrro county, for the mur der of J. M. Moore June 28 last, in wet-tern Socorro county. These men were partners in Ihe Black Range Cattle company, of which Mr. Petriewas manager, t'antwell went to the home rancu to settle a disa greement and benan by tiring at I'etrie. The latter was missed and then Cantwell turntd upon Moore, who was sitting near, and tired several shots into his body, killing him instantly. The prisoner will be turned over to the Socorro county authorities. bound ABOUT TOWN. Look out for counterfeit money. It h iu circulation hereabouts. Chanue your tactics, property holders', and give outside Investor a chance to get a fool-hold in Santa Fe. The Santa Fe Electric Light compam has a ha'dy set of workmen. Cold, snow or sunshine does not stop their work. Information from Gulisteo says thai A ban Lucero, a carpenter, has been ar rested on the charge of assussinating Ko niero, the man killed night before lust The prisoner will be brought in to-night Advertising gives character and stand ing to a firm, observes an exchange. (Jo into any community, as an entire Strang er, pick up the daily papers published there. Look for tlieir lurgest aiivertissrc and you can invariably depend upon tin fact that you have found the most relia ble and desirable firms in that com munih . Mr. J. J IIagerma:i, presideut of the Pecos Valley water enterprises and the new Pecos railroad, passed down the A., T. & S. F. yesterday eurotite from Coin rudo Springs to Eddy, where he has sev eral artesian wells under way. Mr 11a german'a railroad will probably tap San I'tdro and the Corrillos coal fields before many moths. "Santa Fe expects a boom this sum mer j there is already considerable Denver capital invested there," says the Trin idad Advertiser. No; Santa Fe expects nothing of the kind. A lung season ol activity could be had, however, if those who are land poor had the good judg ineiit to accept reasonable prices for their property. As it is, the people who live here culy are to blame. Speaking of the weather, Sheriff Burns, of Rio Arriba, who is here on a visi' to day, says the most intense, continuous cold snap in the history i f the county hat prevailed in norlhw 'stern New Mexico and southern Colorado during the past mouth. Little snow lays on the moun tains, but the gulches and valleys are blanketed with it. On the day that he left Tierra Ainarilla the mercury marked 27 degrees below znro at 7 a. in. A (.tilde fur the Afflicted. The following letter will show the way to health to many a down hearted man and woman, H. S. R. Mather, Moravia, Cuyuca Co., N. Y., writes : "I have been afflicted for some years with liver complaint, accompanied with dysqepsia and prolonged constipation. 1 was almost in despair when I commenc ed using t.raudreth's Pills. 1 took a course of them for a week live or six pills every niuht. I found mjself ver much bitter, but to make everything ail sure, continued to take one piil a ninht for over a month. I am now in a verj fair state of health, and 1 know 1 shall continu" so as long us 1 take.one Brand- reth's Pill a iiighc." PERSONAL. MADAME OLGUIN, Lat- of Mexico and New Orleans-The Great Clairvoyant t I t Born a clairvoyant; tells your life past nresent . or luture; it the one yon love is true or fulse; tolls about business, mines, or sickness; gives ail vice on speculations; can And lost nroperty; fell's if you can get it. Unde itands tlie science of JEuvptian and Kin loo magic, has talismans which wil overcome your enpmie9 or remove evi influences and break up family troubli ill be here for a short time only. Lniiiw- (1.00, gentlemen $2.00. Rooms on plaza text to uapitiil lintel. REMOVAL, John McCuilough Havana cigar, Oc, st Oolora lo saloon. Milk Punch, ado aaloor. lUc a glass, at Colora Fine McBrayer whisky at Colorado sa loon , Miss Ina Culbertson, a graduate of the school of music of Indianola, Iowa, wil jive instruction in instrumental niusn nnd theory. Leave orders with Mrs. E U. Orbome at the Gallegos block or dro card to Miss Culbertson, care superin tendent U. S. Indian school. ("omen to Htnj-. Mr. R. N. Piper, a late arrival from Nebraska, has decided to locate here and engage in the real estate business. He can be found at the court house where ht would be pleased to see all persons having irroperty for sale or desiring to buy. Ol him the Alma, Neb., Tribune says: "On last Monday morning, K. N. I'iper, late cashier of the Valley bunk if this place, lelt for Santa Fe, New Mex ico, where he expects to embark iu busi uess. Mr. Piper is an old and much re pectPd resident of this county havim. een for a number years deputy count' lerk. Later he embarked in the abstrai ' business at which he wassii'wnsrful ud to the time of his going into the Valley bank ilavint; resigned his position in theta ik tie will seek new fields of labor, and ir Ins accession as a citizen, Santa Fe gainr- i wide awake ami thorough business mite whose intergrity has never been ques tioned and who w ill always 1 e f mini doing his part toward upbuilding tht city. A young lady graduate wants a position in private family. Can teach music, art, French, elocution and all the English branches. No objection to lea hin; on a ranch. Address Miss L., P. O. box 898, San Antonio, Texas. W. II. Nesbitt is very low to-day nnd some fears are felt for his recovery. A. M. Bergere, a pominent citizen ol Los Lunas, is in town on private busi' ii ess m Ex-Councilman E. B. Franks, of Raton, is here having business before the legis lature. M. A. Otero, the gentlemanly and ef ficient clerk of the 4ih judicial district, is iu Santa Fe and at the Palace. Hou. T. 1). Burns, a highly respected and influential citizen of Rio Arriba county, is here ou business. II jn. J. J. Bell, of Silver City, here on j business before the legislature, is quite ill and confined to his room. P. R. Smith, the Rio Grande Coloniza tion & Irrigation company man, came up from Albuquerque this morning. IU hails no'v from New York. W. J. Mills, a wed known Las Vegas lawyer, is bore and at the Palace; he may want a new county and he may not; he has not said any thing about it so far. At the Exchange : T. D. Burns, Tierra Amarilla; W. F. Burns, Tierra Amariila; F. E. Jassedki, Chicago; W. J. Squires, Tres Piedrae. add cor Sheriff VV. F. Burns, of Rio Arriba county, a most efS ient ollicer and a wide awake citizen, is greeting capital friends to-day. He always gets a warm welcome here. At the Palace: Oscar Schmidt, Mil waukee; A. M. Bergere, Los Lunas; 11. J. Franklin, Las Vegas; Mrs. Colson, Otta wa; Miss Campbell, Miss Andrews, Que bee, Canada; W. G. Reed, Chicago; M. A. O.ero, Las Vegas; II, P. Irbrain, Chi cago; 0. B. Luders, New York; II. G. Stone, Miss Stone, Syracuse; E. B. Franks, Raton ; A. A. Jones, W. J. Mills, Las Vegas. Mrs. M. C. Long has opened a dress making establishment on Johnson street and would be pleased to hive ladies ol Santa Fe call upon her; she guarantees good work, tit and style, perfect satisfaction. CURED WHAT 113 SCROFULA It Is that Impurity In the blood, which, ac cumulating in the glands ot the neck, pro duces unsightly lumps or swellings; wliich causes painful running sores on the amis, legs, or feet; which developes ulcers In the eyes, ears, or nose, often causing blindness or deafness; which Is the origin of pimples, can cerous growths, or the many other manifesta tions usually ascribed to "humors;" which, fastening upon the lungs, causes consumption and death. Being the most ancient, It is the most gcncr.il of all diseases or n (lections, for very few persons are entirely free from It. How Can It Be By taking Hood's Sarsaparllla, which, by the remarkable cures it has accomplished, often when other medicines have failed, lias proven Itself to be a potent and peculiar medicine for this disease. Somo of theso cures are really wonderful. If you suffer from scrofula, be sure to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. " My daughter Mary was afflicted with scrof ulous sore neck from the time she was 22 months old till she became six years of age. Lumps formed In her neck, and ono of them after growing to the size of a pigeon's egg, became a running sore for over three years. We gave her Hood's Sarsaparllla, when the lump and all Indications of scrofula entirely dis appeared, and now slio seems to be a healthy child." J. S.Carlilb, Naurlght,N. J. N. B. Be sure to get only Hood's Sarsaparilla Soldbyslldrutfgtits. fl;iliforfi. Prepared only by C. I. HOOD CO., Apothecaries, lowell. Man. IOO Doses One Dollar OTICE! UP TO MARCH 1st. Jft order to clote. nut our immense stock we will offer jrodt at a niflliny margin ai.ov cot. Elegant Jold Watchi'i, Cliniiis, li;i'iion.ls in all Ntyles, Kings old and Si I vr 'I'ii i 'ii I) ' os . Nleete Jiintoii, Ncirl' l'ins, ntuds, Lace Pins, I-iu-Drops, iuld I', us .mil Pencils Gold and silver H'-adcil Canrs uui L'nilircllus. Ciocus in great" variety and an endless assortment ol lieiiufiliil designs In folid and quadruple plated -Mhoi-ware. No use to send east for t;oods, vc w II discount any prices jjivon cither at home or abroad. M'e are determined lo reduce oiirstoc - and turn it into cash Orders from our friends abroad will receive careful iitt- nt ion and at ihe lowest prices ever before known iu the 'lcrritory. Geo. W. HICKOX & CO. BROS. HEALKltH IN HAY,-:-GRAIN,-:-PDTATOES Lumber and Building Materials. Warc'ioiisfiRtid Ofllcn:) Gasper Ortiz avenue, f Santa Fe, IM. M. FIRST NATIONAL BANK or Santa Fe, New Mexico Designated Depository of the United States. jluHAIE Horn, Southeast cor. Plara, SANTA FE, - N. Bl. tentrall) Locateo. (otireli Demited. TERMS - $2 per Day Special Rates by the week J. T. FOR8HA. Propr A. T. GRI3G & CO., Wholesale & Ketall Daalari in Furniture, Crockery AND GLASSWARE. Lamps, Picture and Room Mould ings. See our new line of Fancy Rockers and Mantel Folding Beds. Lower 'Frisco St Santa Fc. PEDRO PEREA, T. 3. CATrtOrt. R.J. PALEN. President Vice Pesident Cashier PALACE :: H First Class. Santa Fe, OTEL RUJflSEY BURNHAM. Now Mexico FISC HER BREWING CO. HANVl AOTUKKBt Of trictly Pure Lager Beer! aitd Tba FINEST MINERAL WATERS. fTrsr? f.lAi WALKER BOOT J. G. SCHUMANN. Boots, Shoes, Leather and Findings Kecpi on bant a fall auortment ot LadlM a( Children's Floe Shoes; alio the M 'dlam and tat Cnuap r"et. t would rail especial atuntlon M my CalUjd LlrM Kip WALKER Boot., aba for men who do hear? work and aaed toft ! tervlcftbl. upper leather, with neary, nbtaa tial. triple soles and standard screw fasten! Orders by mall promptly attended to. P. 0. Box 143, Santa Fe, N. M HOTEL CAPITA!., ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, Healthy and Nice Koonm on tlio Second Floor. Nightly Band Concert in Front of tlio Hotel, in the Plaza. Rates, $1.50 and $2 per Day.-:-Special Rates for Regular Board. U. TAMONY, Proprietor. NEW MEXICO THE COIMZISTGr COUNTRY The Mesilla Valley its Garden Spot! 66 TEN ACRE eDXFOTTC-23: 79 hoice Irrigated Land (Improved and UnlmproTed)? attactively platted; for sale on long time with low Interest, WARRANTY I) ELDS GIVEN. Write for Illustrated folders Kit-tag full particulars t K. LIVINGSTON, Cenral Acent. RIO CRANDE LAND COMPANY. Las Cruces. N M.