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f i 1 L THe Daily Mew Mexican MONDAY, MARCH 9. Announcement. Any person receiving a copy of the New Met ican with a pencil mark at this paragraph will know that it has been scut by special friend or other persons interested in having them make a ?nfiiVMmlnaiion of the reading matter and its ten of It inscription, in order that they may avauTemselvc-". ol'its i "Oment ! at trac tions as the best newspaper published in New Mico and if living east, may become ac aYntlwi.h 'he'advWs am attractions of tills the most wonderful valley in the worm. DEPARTMENT HEADQUARTERS Gen, Schofield's Opinion of the Future Use of the Military Post at Santa Fe. A Communication from the Secretary of War Army Changes this Spring that will Prove Beneficial. C. IYl. CREAMER The Whole.ale and Retail C8TABILBHED 1S8 gfe hare In stock a line of Toilet Articles of every description; also a full Hue ol Import ed Cigars Imported & California Wiues and Braudies. Ever body admits we carry the lorgest stock in the territory In ur line, Consequeutly Ve defy competition quality or in prices. OPEN DAY OR NIGHT METEOROLOGICAL. Ornci of Obukbveb, Bauta Be, a. M., March 8, 1891. H SJ 2 OS H PC Pf- lt "5:66 a.mT '.8.07 11 jjj i-M p.m. 23 18 M o 8 ff 8. " o o f il a9 " g. p. f H 4 Cloudy N 14 Cloudla - With each passing day the outlook for the location here of department head quarters grows brighter. The latest sig nificant utterance on this subject comes direct from the war department in a letter bearing date of the 3d inBtant, and ad dressed to the governor and signed by Hon. Redtield Troctor, secretary of war. This letter is written to Governor Prince response to a telegram protesting against the removal of troops and a letter of February 17 trans mitting a copy of the joint resolution passed by the legislative assembly pro testing against the abandonment of Fort Marcy, and contains this paragaaph : 'In reply I beg to advise you that upon reference of the matter to the major gen eral commanding the army, he remarks as follows : 'In my judgment there are no present military reasons for the mainten ance of a garrison of troops at Santa Fe. and it does not seem probable that a garrison there will be necessary in the future ; but for many reasons that place is, and will be, a very aesirame one ior the location of the headquarters of a de partment or district, and I therefore rec ommend that the public buildings at that place be retained in the possession of the war department, so that they may be occupied for whatever military purpose they may be required at any iuiure time." ' In concluding his letter the secretary of war says he concurs In the views ex pressed by Cien. Schoneld. luus it win be Been tnai ino war ue partment has no intention of abandoning this post, as at first reported, but, on the other hand, there is in store for tort Marcy and the people of Banta Fe something much better than has been provided in the past. In this connec tion it must be remembered that the order directing that department head quarters be removed to Santa Fe from Los Angeles has never been revoaea. 11 was suspended, merely, and stands in that position to-day ; suspended, too, at the request of the politicians 01 boutnern California, who went personally to aee the nresident about it. Hut this spring all uie army people look for manv changes to occur, under the new law and under the new policy of enlarging some posts and doing away with others entirely, xnese cnanges win especially effect the northwest and south west. As matters now stand California has the honor of the location of division headquarters, of headquarters depart ment of the Columbia, headquarters of the department of California and head quarters of the department of Arizona, the latter at i-os Angeies, iar removed from the seat of Indian troubles, and where all property used for government purposes lias to be rented at exorbitant prices. Now that the law has passed es tablishing a large post at San Diego, what ever usefulness the headquarters may have served to promote at Los Angeles is practically gone, hence in the changes to be worked out this spring it Booms more than ever probable that department head- otiarters will be transierrea irom xajb Angeles to banta re. OFFICIAL GATHERINGS. Hon. T. B, Catron was asked to-day what be thought of the status of the legis lative appropriation providing a fund of $'.'5,000 for making an exhibit of New Mexico products at the world's fair. He said, that, in his opinion, it was all right, having been amply provided for in the general appro priation bill. The levy for this purpose was not a specific one, but the appropria tion comes in on the same footing with all other appreciations, a general levy having been provided out of which all the appropriations are to be paid. Hon. Robert Fisher, well known and esteemed by a whole lot of Santa Feans, has been appointed by the president re ceiver of public moneys at the Missoula, Montana land office. Mr. Fisher, as senator in Montana made a grand record for his party two years ago and became, through the aggressive policy he advocat ed, known all over the northwest as "Fire-eater Rob," a title conferred upon him by his Democratic opponents. One of the very best acts of the late legislature was to insert in the finance bill a section repealing the $300 taxation exemption law, and providing a penalty of 30 per cent for the failure of any tax payer to turn in his schedule at the proper time. It will result in adding many millions of dollars to the assessed valuation of the territory, and make a more equable distribution of the burden of taxation than at present prevails. The first week of June, next, is the time Bet for the election of school direc tors. The election was set for June so as to enable the school officers to hold office an entire term of school, instead of dur ing the half of two terms. The cattle sanitary board has notified the railroad companies that on and after the 15th, the brand and ear marks of all cattle shipped over their lines must be previously inspected ana recoruea oy ine proper officers. Thomas F. Nelson, of Folsom, has been commissioned by the governor to be epresentative from New Mexico to the Southern Bureau of Immigration. Major Palen lias assumed control of the territorial treasurer's office. Mr. Perez, the newly appointed auditor, is at Socorro preparing his bond and win probably taae charge of the office on Thursday next. The eovernment Indian school at Cochiti has been opened for the season. Mrs. J. B. (Jrozier, late of the government school here, is in charge. ROUND ABOUT TOWN. Delegate Joseph's Return from Washing ton-Mr. Catron on the World1. Fair Appropriation Cap ital Motel. Minimmm iemiii.iiu ... S-.-i nA4.tfa.inT1 ul l0 w l: Wibmktb, Bergt, Signal Corps Hote -T Indicates precipitation Inarmrwiahle lilt. Weatern Division. I , 30. wisTWABD. no. 8. 12:86 a 7:10" 7:0" 8:08'' S:f0" 11:10' U:SP :25" 7:56' :60"i 11:35 3:05 al 4:00" :21" f.ib' NO. 1. STATIONS. 7:00p' 12:30 a 12:48' 1:20 ' 2:i..8" 4:t7" 5:20'" 7:60 9.40' I i flip 2:00" 8:43" 6:20" 8:00" 1:82 a 2:05 4:40" lt.. Albuquerque. Ar I'oonage ,. ...Wlngate . ..batlup ..Navajo bprings.. .... Holbrook ...Wiuslow , Flagstaff Williams ... Prescott Junction ....l'each Springs.. Kingman. .. The Needles... Fenner .1 Dagtett...... Barsiow Lv . Mojave ...J , 1890. EASTWARD. NO. 2. NO. 4. 11:15a 8:20a 7:10" 10:25" 6:26" 10:02" 6:55" 9:86" 3:40" 7:15" 2:17" 5:50" 1:10a 4.40" 10:56" 2:26" 9:40" 1:05 p 7:10" l0:llr' 6:45" 8:35" ' 3:12" 6:05" '. 12:20 p 8:00" . 10:32" 1:20 a . 6:69" 8.08" . 5:40" 7:45p r 8:00" CONNECTIONS. , i.Tmnrrnons-A.. T. 4 S. t. Kaflway for all points east and south. ..ccnTT mNfiTION Prescott A Ariiona ' tnirai railway, for Fort Whipple auarres cott. BARSTOW-Californla Southern railway for Loi ",A.?.i,"r. i.ipnand other acuthan Uali- lornia points. MOJAVB routbern Pacific for San Franolaco, Sacramento and norcueru tsuiumi. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars. Ho change 1. made by ileepln g carp, ssengers between c&u r nuiwiBw . Ban Diego and Los Angeles and Chicago. The Grand Canon of the Colorado Heretofore Inaccessible to tourists, can easily tkinir this line, via Peach prrcgs, and a stage ride thence of but twenty three miles. ThU canon is the grandest and aoat wonaenui ui uim - - Stop Of at Flagstaff tuikev in th fcan Fraucisc And bnnt bear, detr and wild . m r rosin of the SSntaii!.Tor fi'lt the ancient rain, of the iCave and Cliff Dwellers. . a n Munprul Manager. ' TJ . u, .. Han. Pass. Art T. BlT, Gen. AgU, AlbHuuerque, S. M. Delegate Joseph arrived last night from Washington en route to his home at Ojo Caliente. To-day he was called upon by a large number of citizens and had a kindly word of greeting for all. Mr. Jo seph is greatly elated over the passage of the land court and incuan depredation claims bills, two for which he worked He regards the papsage of these bills ss signifying the beginning ot a long season of prosperity for New Mexico. He tried t. havfi the land court bill provide for ad instine the title to all claims of 160 acres or 1BSB Wltnoui any expense wuawjvor wj the claimant, but the best he could do was the insertion ol a provision providing that one-half the cost ol survey ana is- aimncfl of patent should be born by the onvprnment. Under the Indian depre dations claims act Delegate Joseph thinks that from $2,000,000 to $3,000,' 000, will be paid the citizens of New Mei' ico during me cuuiiug mu On thn Question of statehood hn in very sanguine that an enabling act will be passed for New Mexico by next nnnarpss that opens next December, lie has nnrannnllv interviewed all the west' ern men in congress, both Republicans and Democrats, on this matter, and has rhfiir promise to stand by New Mexico, rt BflBms that the western men have learned a lesson in the congress just closed, and have reached an agreement imnnii themselves wnereuy weeieru in fluence will largely nominate in iuo ubai congress. Mr. Joseph also called on the secretary of war anu uen. ocnoneiu re anfictini? the status of Fort Marcy, and . 0 1 . 1 1 : . 1. . .u .A. he is encouraged 10 ueueve iui mo u future has sometBing peneuumi 111 me military line in store for Santa Fe. John McDonough, of Denver, lately visit- in Santa Fe. and well known tho aannciate of the Messrs. w eboer in aovernl local enterprises, is mentioned in connection with the mayoralty ior me Queen city of the Rockies. A writer in the Denver Times says of him: My oh, for mavor of Denver for the nexi tprm ialtnnpdtJohn McDonough, whocar- rioa tha iiidfid ot tne sturdy dcou iu uib veins and who is every men man. ne would make a mayor of whom the people of Denver might well be proud, and he would give an administration uieaei, nuio and conservative. As a member of the real Astute firm of Ellis. McDonough r.n . he has made a business reputation second to none in the city, and he en joys the thorough confidence of every man, woman and child who has had the privilege of his acquaintance. Mr. Simon Nusbaum, so well known as the moBt efficient assistant postmaster Santa Fe ever had, and lately employed in the office of the territorial secretary, has received the appointment of chief deputy revenue collector for Arizona. He left to-day for Prescott to take charge of the office held by the late Ben T. Luccock. The office came to Mr. Nus baum entirely unsolicited, but neverthe less it is fully deserved, and Us duties will be most carefully attended to. The New Mexican congratulates Collector Hughes upon his selection of deputy, and sends after Mr. Nusbaum its best wishes forsnc cess and prosperity in bis new field of duty. Highest of all in Leavening Power. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. DKAUEX Hardware,Grockery&Saddlery &m E WW! ABSOLUTELY PORE aer Agent for BAIN ft MOLINE Farm & Spring wagon AHD RACINE BUCKBOARDS. The narrow gauge train men say there is fifteen feet of snow on the D. & lt. G. line leading over Cumbres mountain to Chama, Durango and Silverton. A rotary snow plow is at work east of Chama and an engine and a large force of shovellers are bucking the beautiful between Chama and Monero. They say that the road is opened in ten days only the best good luck can do Since February 16 no mail has gone west of Chama. A car load of mail now lays at Espanola, a part of which has been taken to Chama overland by V. E. Broad's teams. Mr. Broad receives $80 a round trip for taking up the mail and the passenger fare from Chama to Espanola is $20. The Athletic club now has eighteen members, and it is proposed to increase its usefulness as a local organization by removing into more convenient quarters, probably the building lately occupied by G. V. Hickox. To this end it is pro posed to establish several departments, making it in all respects a club room where business men can assemble at their pleasure. Aside from the athletic room there will be apartments devoted to a library and a chess and billiard room. New memberships are being solicited to day among business men with a view to increasing the revenues of the club to carry out this plan, and it bears every evidence of proving successful. Messrs. Felipe Ortiz and Juan Miguel "Valencia have been elected water over seers for the north and south sides re spectively. Both are fair-minded men experienced in handling and distributing water for irrigation purposes. Now in ordering out the men to clear away the ditches let them use their influence to widen and enlarge the water courses, so that less water shall be left to roll to waste down the main stream. It is so seldom now-a-days that any territorial paper has a good word for Santa Fe that it is refreshing to find this in Las Vegas' new paper, the Weekly Free Press : "In the way of improvements Santa Fe has a bright outlook for the year 1891. Electric light, street railway, large and handsome business blocks are now in store for the capital city. Incor poration will add lustre to the present gratifying outlook." The best equipped printing and bind ery establishment in the southwest is the New Mexican Printing office. A very large stock of all kinds of papers and and envelopes on hand. Call and get your printing done at this office. It will pay you and the community you live in. Always patronize home industry. Those wishing to attend the G. A. R. encampment to be held at Deming on March 24, can purchase round trip tick ets, Deming and return, at $16.85 ; sold March 23 and 24, limited for return up to and including March 28. A.,T. & S. F. ticket office. It looks very much as though the pro gressive element will win in this matter of city incorporation. As the New Mexi can goes to press there is a rousing mass meeting in progress at the court house for the purpose of discussing the best methods of proceedure in the premises. The appropriate music for the Lenten season was excellently rendered yester day at the church of the Holy Faith by the choir, consisting of Mrs. Koch, Mrs. Ireland, Mrs. Clancy, Miss Gunn and Miss Warner. C. L. Bishop to-day bought out W. M. Emmert's grocery establishment. Mr. Bishop will consolidate his stock with bis new purchase. Mr. Emmert will remain in Santa Fe and engage in other business. The regular monthly convocation of Santa Fe chapter No. 1, R. A. M., takes place at Masonic hall at 7:30 this evening. Visiting companions are cordially invited to attend. Tickets are selling well for the Ovide Musin concert to be given at the court house on Friday night under the auspices of the Hook & Ladder company. Half a dozen men who are opposed to city incorporation were quite active about the plaza this morning. The World Enriched. The facilities of the present day for the production of everything that will con duce to the material welfare and comfort of mankind are almost unlimited and when Syrup of Figs was first produced the world was enriched with the only perfect laxative known, as it is the only remedy which is truly pleasing and re freshing to the taste and prompt and effectual to cleanse the system gently in the Spring time or, in fact, at any time and the better it is known the more pop ular it becomes. . TERRITORIAL TIPS. The White Oak mines are yielding handsome returns. An extensive wolf hunt is to take place in the eastern portion of Colfax county about the 20th of March. M. P. Pels, of Raton, is in New York attending a meeting of the trustees of the Maxwell Land Grant company. Thn Hnlfax county commissioners met and received favorably the petition of the citizens of Raton to incorporate. Hieh water in the Rio Grande is pre dicted for the present spring, but so far there has been no increased demand lor life preservers in San inarcial. Reporter, The Las Vegas Free Press is a new venture in journalism which comes to hand from East Las Vegas. It is newsy and has an attractive make-up. J. A Carruth is the publisher. One of the obiects for which Col. John Crawford is making his trip east is to complete the arrangements for building a road across the range to the new town of New Leadville in the Carpenter dis trict. Sierra Advocate. The Albuquerque Citizen says that a syndicate of California capitalists are pre paring to set out 640 acres in a vineyard this spring near Socorro. The ground chosen is mesquite lands, which are said to be the best grape lands in the west. Great preparations are being made by the Albuquerque Driving Park associa tion for the meeting to be held on April 30 and Mav 1 and 2, and present indica tions are that it will be the most notable gathering of horses ever seen m the southwest. Folsom is now blessed wllh a stream of water flowing on each side of Grand avenue, and it will not be many uays untill a large number of shade trees will be planted. We will soon have the most handsome and progressive town in the territory. Metropolitan. The finding of Asher Jones' body, in Colfax county, has settled the question 1 tlml he ae brotnllv murdered ana rotmen. He was shot through the body and arm and the back of his head was crushed. His watch, a finger ring, his boots and other clothing were taken. The big ditch below Dane's ranch on the Vermejo is being vigorously pushed toward completion. The Maxwell land grant company has purchased the Spring er land association ditch system and Gen eral Manager Pels will go over it shortly and put it in rst class condition. He ex pects to largely people the excellent land along this ditch this coming Beason. Raton Range. Bishop Johnson, the general manager of the new Mexican Central Railroad company, was in town yesterday. The bishop had just returned from a visit to Chihuahua in the interest of the company, Arrangements are now practically com plete for the commencement of the active work of construction. Work on the Chihuahua branch has already be gun, and is now only awaiting tne arrival of Chief Engineer Smith to begin here. Mr. Smith is to be here on next Wednesday or Thursday. Construction material is now on the way, and as soon as it arrives the work will be pushed with all possible vigor from this end. lt is the determination of the company to have trains running from Deming to Coralitas, 140 miles, within the next six months. Deming Headlight. You can Mrs. M. C. Long has opened a dress making establishment on Johnson street and would be pleased to have ladies of Santa Fe call upon her; she guarantees good work, fit and style, perfect satisfac tion . Plaza Restaurant! At Wo. 4 FRESH GARDEN SEEDS Flower Seeds, Lawn Grass, Alfalfa, &c. In Bulk and in Packets. The only Complete Stock in the City. Dissolution Notice. The firm of Dudrow & Hughes, freight ers and dealers in coal, lumber, etc. this dav dissolved by mutual consent C. W. Dudrow will continue the business. RPttlfl nnrl collect all accounts. A contm nance of the patronage and business of the natrons of the old firm is respectfully solicited. Persons indebted to the old firm will please settle up the earliest possi ble moment. C. W. Dudrow, Frank H. Hugiies, Santa Fe, N. M.. Feb. 12, 1891. AT THE COURT HOUSE Friday, Marcli 13, '91 THE OVIDE MUSIN CONCERTS Personally Managed and Directed by MR. ROBERT E. JOHNSTON Composed of the following Eminent Solo Artists: OVIDE MUSIN The Great Violin Virtuoso, ANNIE LOUISE TANNER, Tho American Nightengale. Posesslng the most pheuomenal range of any soprano now be foro the American public. KARL STORR, The Gorman llarltone. First time lu this country. INEZ PARMATER, An Eminent Mezz Soprano. EDUARD SCHARF. A Superior Solo Pianist. The Programmes are Especially Arranged Please all Classes. Admission, - - $1.25 No extra charge for resorved seats. Box sheet open Monday morning Marcli 9 at Ireland' Drug store. GEAY'S OPEEA HOUSE Wanted. A good appetite, have it easy enough by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. It tones the dygestion and cures sick headaches. Fall Blooded Jer.ey Stock for Bale. Two fresh milk cows and calves, two 27 months old bulls. Call on or address, S. T. Reed, City. For Sale. I will receive about the 20th inst., a car load of Pedegreed Jersey cows which will be for sale at reasonable prices. E. Andrews, Manager, Santa Fe Dairy. Ba.torn 1'rlce. for Dental Wark. Full set best teeth $15 ; filling $1 .00. up. Extracting 50 cents. C. P. Gillespie. Office one door west of D. & R. G. ex press office. Notice. The annual meeting of the stockhold ers of the Mu tual Building & Loan asso ciation of Santa Fe, N. M., for the elec tion of officers and the transaction of other business which mav come before the meeting, will be held on Wednesday, the Uth day of March, 1891, at 7 o'clock p. m. at the sheriff's office, in the court house of Santa Fe county. Francisco Del- oado. Secretary. Great bargains for one week more at Hickox's. Milk Punch, 10c rado saloon. glass, at Cobra- KELLY'S SARSAPARILLA PILLS Purify the blood and cleanse the system of all inrpTirities ; the best ana cne For sale by A. C. Ireland, 25 cents. John McCulloush Havana cigar, 6c, at Colorado saloon. Fine McBrayer whisky at Colorado sa loon. .. Type-writer paper in all sizes and quali ties for sale at the New Mexican office. Quit claim and warranty deeds for sale at tne New Mexican printing office Wednesday, Marcli 11 Grand Dramatic attraction, the TWO SISTERS BY THE AUTHOR OF "THE OLD HOMESTEAD1 And under the Management of DENMAN THOMPSON & GEO. W. RYDER, O The Press and Public Recommend 0 " 'The Two Sisters' will do the human race good. "A perfect museum of city characters." "Full of fun, Jollity and humorous situations, "A small slice cut out of the real World." "It Is not loud, but expressive." "It is a play for everybody." "A revolution In dramatio workmanship." O Admission, 75c &, SI. 00 Bale of Seat) at Weltmer'a Book Store AT BISHOP'S SHOKT MF.ALS AT ALL H0UES DAY 0E NIGHT. 0EDEES A SPECIALTY. X. A. MULLER, Prop'r. John Bo Allan, Real E sta SANTA I I B I te ueaier, Have customers for property in all parts of tho city. Leave description of jour property with me. HOTEL CAPITAL, SA-ZLSTrA. IE1 E!, ZtsT. IM". ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, Healthy and Nice Rooms on the Second Floor. Nightly liana Concert in Front of the Hotel, in the Plaza. Rates, $1.50 and $2 per Day.-:-Special Rates for Regular Board. U. TAMONY, Proprietor. STJESOEIBB FOE The best adrertlslng medium In the entlr .oothwe.t, and giving each day tbe earliest and fullest report of the legislative and court proceeding-., military movement, and ther matter, of general interest eeurring at the territorial capital. THEppiCAK APPLY FOE INF0EMATI0N Abont ''ta Fe. H Connected with the establishment 1. a Job office newly aurnl.hed with material and machineej, in which work i. turned out expeditiously and cheaply; and a bindery whose specialty of fine blank book work and ruling i. not excelled by any. EVERYBODY WANTS IT. The Great Southwest tAhopa last year farmer, netted $100 to $200 i llcl C ptr acre for fruit, grown on land thai can be duplicated to-day for fiiO per acre. 117 Uorn five tons of alfalfahay, worth $12 pel IK llcl c ton, was grown on land the like of which can be bought for $16 per acre. Uharn many, many other produoU, such at IIIICIC iiiAet nntatnes. tomatoes and early vegetables, netted as large and larger profits than fruit. Whorn tne summers are cool, the winters II llcl c warm, cyclone, nnknown and ma lar! a unheard of. Uhopa there Is the best opening In theworl II llcl C for honest industry. To W. F. WHITE, Passenger Traffic Ysnager, A., T. & 3. P. R. R. Or HENRY F. GRIEBSON, Immigration Agent, A., T. & S. P. R. R., 623 Rialto Building, Chicago, 111. This railway passes through twelve states and, territories, and having no lands of its own to set has no object in advancing the interests of any special locality.or iu giving any other than ab solutely reliable information. It realizes that the prosperity of the farmers of the great sooth west mtatis prosperity to Itself also, and ts thus natnrally Willi us. possible ling to aid tl- immigiant as much Great Reduction Sale. For the Next 30 Days we will CUT PRICES in 1 In FALL and WINTER GOODS SPECIALS : Fresh candies, Nuts and Raisins j Gilbert's 54-inch Dress Flannels, al1 sliailK' 67aC. worth $1.40 Florida and Mexico Oranges, Lemons, Baa an as, Malaga Grapes, Apples and Pop Corn. Poultry, Bulk and Canned Oysters. Cranberries, Sweet Potatoes and Celery. Preseserves, Jellies and Pickles. Fine Tea, Coffee, Cocoa and Cocoa Shells JEESEY FLANNELS, - -FRENCH NOVELTY FLANNELS, Ladies' Black Stockinet Jacket, do do do 35cts, worth 75 15 " 50 $3 worth $6 -$5 " $10 Also specially Attractive Bargains in Ladies and Child ren Wool .Underwear, Ladies' Knit Skirts, Shetland Shawls, &c. Call and Procure some of these Immense Bargains, GRUNSFELD, LINDHEIM & CO. LAND.' JrH 'PRESCRIPTION DRU A. i i. I ' r A. II In! IE .