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The Daily New Mexican MONDAY, APRIL G. AnHouncement. Any person receiving a copy of the New Mbx icak with a pencil mark at thli paragraph will know that It has been scut by special filcnd or other persons Interested In having them make a careful examination of the reading matter and Its terms of subscription, iu order that they may avail themselves of its Inducements and attrac tions as the best newspaper published iu Isew Mexico, and if living cast, mav become ac quainted with the advantages and attractions ol this the most wonderful valley iu the world. A. T. GRIGG & CO., Wholesale St Retail Dealer! In Furniture, Crockery AND GLASSWARE. Lamps, Picture and Room Mould ings. See our new line of Fancy Rockers and Mantel Folding Beds. Ijower 'Frisco St Sauta Fe. Job Printing. For Stock Brokers, Mines, Banks, Insnranca Companies, Ree. tfstatc, Purines Men, etc Particular attention given to Deseriptivo Pam phlets of Mining Properties. We make a spec ialty oi. SHORT NOTICE, LOW PRICES, FINE WORK, PROMPT EXECUTION. Stock Certificates y BUI Heads of every description, and small Job Printing executed with care and dispatch Estimates given. Work Kuled to order. We est the FINEST STANDARD PAPEB The New Mexican METEOROLOGICAL. Officii of Obbrbvkr, Santa Fe, H. M., April 3, 1891. r Mis & af n fa s&Sf s Is as f I hia.m TFS" 29 47 SE 4 Cloud Is VMp.l 23 it 46 11 MV 4 Pt Cldy U.iinnTi, TamiuarftMira Mimmem Temperatnre j Total Precipitation ... , . W. Lt. W IDM BT KK, BerKl., diriiw w;t"; Not -T IniUn.tes precipitin" nnTroowe Western Division. TIME TABM 30. In effect Sunday, Dec. 21, 1890. WI8TWABD. EASTWARD. STATIONS. KO. 8.10. 1, NO. 2. 1 NO. 4 12:86 a 7:00p LV..Albnquerqne.Ar 11:16a 8:20 a 7:10 7:10 8:03 9:MI 11:10 12:30 a 12:48' uoonage -,....Wingate faallup ...Navajo Bprings.. Holbrook Wiuslow Flagstaff. Williams .... ..Prescott Junction 7:10 6:25 5:56 3:40 2:17 10:25 ". 10:02" 1:20 ' 2:58" 4:C7" 6:20" 9:35" 7:16" 6:50" 4.40" 2:26" 2:85 p 1:10a 7:60" 10:56" 8:40" 7:10" 6:45" 8:12" 6:26 7:56 :60 9:40 l:06p 10:11 r 8:35" 6:05" 8:00" 1:20a 8:08" 7;46p 12:01 p 2:00r' ....PeachSprings.... 11:86" 8:43 6:20 8:00 Kingman. . The Needles. . 2:06 a 12:20p 4:00' :21' :&' Fenner iu:32 0:59 5:40 3:00 1:32 a Daggett Barstow.... 2:06 4:40 Lv . Moiave Ar CONNECTIONS. KBUQUERQ.CE-A., T. Si S. F. Railway for all points east and south. PKK8COTT JTJKCTIOm Prescott & Arlsona Central railway, for Fort Whipple audPres oott. BARSTOW California Southern railway for Los Angeles, San Diego and other southern Cali fornia points. MOJAVB Southern! Pacific for San Francisco, Sacramento and northern California points. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars. No change la made by sleeping car passengers between San Francisco and Kansas tity, or San Diego and Los Angeles and Chicago. The Grand Canon of the Colorado Heretofore Inaccessible to tourists, can easily be reached by taking this line, via Peach K.rlBKS, and a stage ride thence of but twenty three miles. This canon Is the grandest and oat wonderful of nature's work. Stop Off at Flagstaff And hunt bear, detr and wild turkey In th Ssinirlcent pine forests of the San francisc mountains; or visit the ancient rains of the Cave and Cliff Dwellers. DB EOBINSON, General Manager. " w. A. Bissau.. Oen. Pass. Agt I, Bcbbt, Gen. Agt., Albaquerqne, N. M. Atlantic & FaIc PENITENTIARY AFFAIRS. ABigGristofPublio Business Turned Out by the Board of Managers Contracts Let. Old Employes Hold Over Resignation of the Assistant Superintendent New Improvements. It was late on Saturday night before the board of penitentiary commissioners concluded the work of their session be gun on Saturday morning. All the mem bers of the board were present. During the afternoon Assistant Superintendent J. M. Montoya wrote out his resignation and presented it to Superintendent Cha vez, who accepted the same, and the su perintendent so notified the board of managers. TIIB EMPLOYES. The board adopted a resolution direct ing Supt. Chavez to submit forthwith a list of those he proposed to employ as subordinates. The superintendent stated that this could not be done without much confusion, as vhile some changes in the present force were necessary he could not detect the defects until he had had time to get the routine of the institution, and asked to be allowed until the next regular meeting to present his list of employes. The board voted by 4 to 3 that the super intendent should present his list at once, and this he complied with, retaining on the list many of the old employes whose dismissal would have worked manifest injury and confusion in the conduct of the institution. This is the list : Penitentiary physician, Dr. Longwill; chaplain, Rev. J. H. De Fourij matron, Mrs. J. Frank Chavez. Canuto Alarid, yard master; Evaristo Duran, day cell house keeper; Isidoro Torres, night cell house keeper ; Ambrosio Ortiz, captain day guard; lomas Quin tana, captain night guard. Guards: Juan Jose Padilla, H. F. Swope, Benigno Ortega, Kicardo Alarid, Ygnacio lru jillo, Cristobal Perm, Santiago Johnson, Locadio Jiron, David Baca, Maximo Mar tinez. The first three appointees were con firmed by the bnard, and the others were held over until the next session, one month hence, therefore, all the old em ployes retain their positions, as also does Assistant Superintendent Montoya until their successors are named and qualified at the next meeting. LETTING CONTRACTS. The bids for furnishing the peniten tiary with supplies for the ensuing six months were opened in the presence of some ten or fifteen bidders. There were tbirty-two bids presented, accompanied by the necessary certified checks, bonds, samples, etc., and the task of going through the mass ol figures was a tedi ous one. The beef contract was awarded to A. Bischoff at $4.98 per cwt. The contract for flour was let to Reaser Bro's. at $2.25 per cwt. ; coal, same, at $4.34 per ton; corn, same, at if 1.50; hay to same at 85 cents. Bacon to A. Staab at $7.34' perewt. Oats to same at $2.05; beans, to same, at $3.98 ; coffee, to Bame, at $21.37.' g perewt. ; salt, to same, at $1. 10; Prices' Baking Powder, Climax tobacco, whole pepper, matches, etc., also awarded to Mr. Staab. Coal oil to U. B. Cartwright (on lot) at 31 cents pure cider vinegar, G. Rivenburg, 25 cents ; candles, 100 yards of black silicia and several other articles were awarded to Wetleles & Eldodt ; 200 pards of crash at 10 cents went to Gmnsfeld, Lindheim & (Jo., also a number et other articles. Hardware contracts were awarded to E D. Franz to the amount of $130.40. Leather supplies went to T. F. Keller, of Albuquerque, to the amount ol f zzs.ia, Furniture and utensils to the amount of $122.02 went to A. Staab. Tools, wheel barrows, etc., for repairs, amounting to $408.02 was also awarded to btaab. IMPROVEMENTS ORDERED. The board then took up the matter of improving the institution and grounds and made a number of important orders. It was decided to adopt the electric light system of lighting the institution instead of using coal oil, and to this end Comr, Laughlin was named to get the cost of poles, wires, insulators, etc., and (jomr. DeMier was named to get similar infor mation regarding the connection of the penitentiary with the plaza by telephone. It was stated that, to complete the walls about the grounds author ized by the new law, it would require at least 2,000,000 of brick and the superintendent was in structed to begin at once and continue the manufacture of brick throughout the summer. The superintendent was also directed to keep the convicts at work at least eight hours each day, and to make a detailed statement to the board at each meeting as to the number of men at work and the character of the labor per formed. There being now eleven female con victs in the penitentiary, the superin tendent was also directed to purchase lumber and partition off the third floor to increase the capacity of the female ward. The board then adjourned until May 8. Foster's Storm Prophesies. Foster's storm, prophesied to cross the Rockies from the 5th to the 7th, got in on time last night. He now says : Fol lowing April 6 the next disturbance will be due to leave the Pacific coast about the 10th, pass the Rocky-Allegheny val ley from 11th to 13th, and reach the At lantic coast about the 14th. This storm will close the fifty-two-days rain period which was due to set in about April 1. The general course of this disturbance will be along the 40th degree of north latitude, but the rainfall will principally be south of that line. The cool wave fol lowing, and the frosts will not be severe, and will be confined to northern lati tudes. Another storm wave will be due to leave the Pacific coast about the 16th, cross the Rockv-Alleghany valley from 17th to 19th and reach the Atlantic coast about the 20th. The storm will become very dan gerous on the Atlantic east of New York city, in about the longitude of Labrador, on April 21, and it will not be safe to be on that part of the ocean at that time. This 16th to 20th storm will not be re markable, but the cool wave following it will probably develop destructive frosts as far south as the 38th degree of north latitude. OFFICIAL WAIFS. Governor Prince left last night for Las Vegas, where he will sit with the board of insane asylum managers to-day. Harry Wigham, Charlie Fox, Judge Walker and Dr. Shuler are mentionedjn connection with the mayor's oflice at Raton. Cel. Fiost, secretary of the New Mex ico Bureau of Immigration, left last night on a visit to the southern part of the ter ritory. U. S. District Attorney Fiske cot in from Las Cruces last night, district court having closed there, and left to-day for Las VegaB, where court opened this morning. J. H. Knaebel, esq., If ft to-day for Washington city, where on the 20th he will appear before the supreme court and argue the case in behalf of the people1 against County Clerk Delgado for refusing to obey the order of the district court and recognize the legally elected county board. Hon. J. B. Mayo returned yesterday from the east and left at once for San l'edro, where he will set a force of men at work on his.,company's mines. This done he will return to Santa Fe and quali fy as member of the county board to which oflice he was recently appointed by Governor Prince to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Mr. Nesbitt. To Sufferers from Weak Spine. Persons suffering from weak back will take comfort in reading the following letter from Mr. A. W. Barrett, of Oswego, N. Y. : "Ten years ago I was afilicted with a lame back. The pain was so severe that I could hardly walk or get about. Hear ing much said about Allcock's Porous Plasters, I applied two to the lower part of my spine. In a week I was very much better. I put on fresh plasters at the end of ten days, and two weeks afterwards found myself entirely well. If I get a very severe cold, 1 sometimes have a return of this weakness of the spine, but Allcock's Porous Plasters cure me in three or four days." " ROUND ABOUT TOWN. G. A. R. celebration at the court house to-night. The work of cleaning out the irrigating ditches began to-day. City incorporation is getting on swim mingly, yet it will take work to carry it. Two merchants had a set-to on the street this morning, but no blood was spilled. Grant Rivenburg began this morning setting out 1,000 fruit trees on Dr. Har roun's seven acre tract near the A., T. & S. F. depot. On Tuesday, April 7, the regular month ly meeting of the W. C. T. U., will be held, at 4 o'clock p. m., at the Presby' terian manBe. The Ladies' Aid society of the Presby' terian church will meet on Wednesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at the house of Mrs. Robert Harvey to finish the im portanc work the members have on hand. The public generally is invited to attend the G. A. R. celebration at the court house to-night. The ceremonies will consist of vocal and instrumental music by the best talent in Santa Fe with brief addresses by members of the order. The petty thieves, Caniilo Martinez and Roque Guerro have rather got the thumb screws of the law after them. Un cle Sam has taken a hand in their pro- secution, and before TJ. S. Commissioner Sloan they were bound over in the sum of $1,000 each to appear before the U. S. grand jury. Failing to give bail, they are in jail. Says the Cerrillos Rustler : "The more enterprising people of Sauta Fe still an ticipate trouble in carrying forward incor poration. Raton gave 300 majority very near a solid vote in favor. Banta Fe must wake up. We all think too much of her to have her longer lag in progress." W. H. Phillips, brother-in-law of Dr. Andrews who has come out from Sibley, Iowa, to settle near Kspanola, brought with him a sorghum molasses mill, the first in Santa Fe county. Sorghum rais ing bas been thoroughly tested in the upper Rio Grande valley, and Bond Bros., and others about Espanola are seeding a large acreage to sugar cane this spring. Mr. Phillips' mill comes in good time. W. S. Tucker, city editor of the Denver News, was in town yesterday and carried away with him a lot of literature respect ing the natural resources of the Santa Fe valley. He is making a trip of New Mex ico for his health and has been spending several weeks very pleasantly in the Me' silla valley. From him the New Mexican, however, regrets to learn that the late frosts have done much damage to the peach and apple crop in the lower Rio Grande valley. The World Kiirtched. 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 ia truly pleasing and re freshing to the taste and prompt and effectual to cleanse the system gently in the Spring time or, iu fact, at any time and the better it is known the more pop ular it becomes. SUICIDED FOR LOVE. Nicholas Digneo Fats a Bullet Through His Temple for Miss Muzio, of Albuquerque. Santa Fe's Italian colony was greatly shocked by the receipt of a dispatch on Saturday nieht announcing that Nicholas Digneo had killed himself in the presence of his sweet-heart, Miss Muzio, of Albu Thev could scarcely believe the telegram, and yesterday John Dig neo, uncle of the young man, Jtt. Berar Hinnlli and Mr. Palladino and their families left for Albuquerque to examine into the anair. ine suiciue a relatives here held firmly to the opinion that there was foal play at me uutium ui mo tragedy, but this morning a aispatcn came here from them saying they were ..:.j (mm nil thA circumstances that DauDiivu, -- -- ----- . . the young man died by his own hand. It appears tnat ne nau iuug ueou iu love with Miss Muzio, daughter of the well 1 mA. hunt nr. AlhtiniiflrniiA. and she reciprocated his affection n a measure, but for some cause or other de clined to consent to marriage, at least, for the present. On Saturday afternoon young Digneo met his sweet-heart and together they visited the house of a mu tual friend. While the lady of the house 1 .. . nm fltA rnnm thfl trairfldv wss sunuit . - , . - occurred, Digneo blowing his brains out Highest of all in Leavening Power. ABSOUTELY PURE with a revolver. Miss Muzio said he asked her repeatedly to become his wife and when she refused shot himself, dying instantly. Digneo was 23 years of age and a son of John Digneo's brother who resides at Trinidad. When you go to buy Hood's Sarsapar illabesureto get it. Don't be put off with an inferior substitute. Insist upon Hood's. PERSONAL. V. A. Greenleaf, is here on legal busi ness from Albuquerque. G. W. Hickox, came up from Albu querque yesterday on a visit to his family. J. W. Cooper, of the Cooper Lumber company, is in from the Tecos on busi ness. W. E. Broad, a prominent and pro gressive citizen from Chama, is at the Palace. Richard Giblin is in from San Tedro, and reports the mining industry flourish ing down there. Sheriff W. F. Burns, of Rio Arriba county, was in the city yesterday and gavo the New Mexican a pleasant call. Henry L. Alden, father of the young lady who was visiting Mrs. E. L. Bartlett last fall, has been appointed judge of the 29th district of Kansas City, Kas. C. Mansbach, Denver ; W. Sanborn, James Miller, Cerrillos; D. C. Kelly, Kansas City;Cbas. Burnham, Espanola; W. H. Brown, Wichita, Kas., are at the Exchange. At the Palace: W. E. Broad, Chama; L. C. Foot, Las Vegas ; M. Katzenburg, Albuquerque ; W. R. Brown, L. McKen- zie, Denver ; Miss Baily, Coldwater,Mich. ; Mrs. L. B. Morgan, Misses Morgan, Den ver; R. T. Savin, R. P. Murdoek, Wichi ta ; F. B. Boull, St. Louis ; Louis Whit tling, Kansas City ; L. A. Englhart, St. Joseph; J. W. Cooper, Pecos; J. C. Nouse, Detroit, Mich. ; Frank Rothgeb, Las Vegas; W. R. Omohundro, Chicago; J. M. Zallee, Richmond ; Frank Sweeny, T. M. Brown, Washington, D. C. ; V. A. Greenleaf, Albuquerque. Letter List. List of letters remaining uncalled for in the postollice at Santa Fe, New Mexico, for the week ending April 4, 1891. If not called for within two weeks will be sent to the dead letter oflice at Washington : Archuleta, Brigida KauiTinau, Mnria Alarid y Sauch'ii,Mauu'l -Martinez, Ilinhilo Arias, Jesus Maitlncz, Antonio J Haea, Quirlno Martinez, Vlimia Board of R K Com'r's Mayer, Tomas Buco, Klizo M mil aim. KlladelOo Butler, Monte Montoya, Jose 1 h I ialiH.ii, 1 oruellns Oturo, Urtgo N (Jauuue, John Ortega, (juadalupe Chgvez. HP Ortiz, Jusus Clark, Kfuestiue Ortiz, Pab o Domiiiges, Krciuida Paiiia, Jose Ma burau, Librado Pender, Ihos Kraislnct, Monsieur Reynolds, A K Friaby, Andrew J Sandoval, Biurnuda Oiron, .eoendio Bclmlie, Kosarita Oraniarla, (iiovanui Sena, Koimildo (a) Ouer:a, Diouido (2) fcSilvn, Munuel Oumre, Ceeilio Steiihi us, D I) Hernandez, Carmen Trujillo, Manuel (2) In calling please say advertised and give the date. Jacob Wkltmkh, P. M. THIS IWPKR'ia kpt r. CI" t F. C Puke's advertising i.,nncy, fi-l nni ij;, Merchants' Exchange, Kan f'rani'Sero, Cal., where contracts fur advertising ran be made for it r 7rovf thp siiVwnlks and clean op Hi. .-(i'ts. Wliiiv is liie rliain KMtlg thai, it is not kept at work on the public thoroughfares? Patronize the New Mexican for all sorts of fine and cheap job printing ; larg est and best printing and book binding establishment in the territory. 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. The best and cheapest job printing at the New Mexican printing oflice. Get your work done at home and help home interests along. Ilt'psu, Tho C-dtury, Ecribners, the North Amorican and all other magazines bound in first-class stylo and cheap at the New Mexican bindory. Book binding to the Queens taste and at American prices at the New Mexican book bindery. BUSINESS NOTICES. FOB BALK. FOB 8ALK. Blank fitters of Guardianship and Guardians' Bond and Oath at theollice of the New Mkxican Printing company. F IOR BALE. Coal Declaratory Statements a the ooice ol Daily New mkxican. F IOR SA1.K. Option blanks at office of Hew jukxiuan rriuting company. B'OR BALK. Teachers' blank Register Books at the office of the Dally New Mexican. FOR SALE. New Mexico laws of 1889 at the Daily New Mexican oflice; paper binding, S3; sheep binding, 14, In English; 13.35 and H3o In Spanish. F IOR SALE. Sheriffs' blank Tax Sale Certifi cates at the otllce of the Daily mew mexi- WANTS. "1T7ANTED. A girl to do setoud work. Ap- v V ply, Mrs. T. B. Catron. WANTED 10,000 old magazines to be bonnd at the New Mexican's book bindery. WANTED.-1.000 pounds old type metal at this office. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. Powder Wanted, A cook. Apply -to Mrs.R. J. Falen, Palace avenue. AtSMo.4 FRESH GARDEN SEEDS Flower Seeds, Lawn Grass, Alfalfa, &c. In Bulk and in Packets. The only Complete Stock in the City. All kinds of legal blanks, deeds, justice of the peace blanks, note books, etc, all stock at the New Mexican office. The best job work for a many hundred miles done right here at the New Mex ican printing oflice ; brief work, record work, all kinds of printing, binding, book work and the like is to be had here at the lowest possible prices and in first-class shape ; patronize home industry and do not send your job work to St. Louis and Chicago. Keep it here and help yourself and the town along, 3 A Card to the Public. We have been suffering with gout and rheumatism for years, and have used everything that was recommended with out getting any relief, until we used the XXX Liniment. After two applications we were relieved of all the pain and had a better night's rest than for years. Sold by u. m. Creamer. U. Tamony, Felix Papa. ! inest and Lest jo: work In tho terri tory and .jest excellent binding at the as Mexican printing office. Cut flowers and plants for sale by Joseph Elster, Washington avenue, Santa P6, in. M. John McCullough Havana oigar, 5c, at Colorado saloon. Milk Punch, 10c a glass, at Colors rado saloon. Wanted. A girl to do cooking and general house work. Apply at thisothce, Fine McBrayer whisky at Colorado sa loon. SUESCBTBE FOE. Tbf hen ftrtvertifttog nipf'lum In th entlitt t .uU.neftt, and giving eftob dny the arllat and fuJleAt report of the legltlre and court po ceerilngi. military iuovoniiutH uad ther mnUArfl or general lntereat ceurrlrg at tlie territorial capital. Connected with tbe establishment Is a Job office newly surnlsbed with material and machlveey. In which work is turned ont expeditiously and cheaply; and a bindery whose specialty of fine blank book work end ruling Is not excelled by any EYEBYB0DT WANTS IT. AT BISHOP'S Fresh Candies, Nuts and Raising Florida and Mexico Oranges, Lemons, Baaanas, Malaga Grapes, Apples and Pop Corn. Poultry, Bulk and Canned Oysters. Cranberries, Sweet Potatoes and Celery. Preseserve s, Jellies and Pickles Fine Tea, Coffee, Cocoa and Cocoa Shells. HI. ID. FIR-AJSTZ, DKALKB I Hardware.Crockery&Saddlery Agent for BAIN a NIOL1NE Farm & Spring Wagons SJIB RACINE BUCK BOARDS. Plaza Restaurant ! MEALS AT ALL HOtJKS DAT OR NIGHT. - SH0ET ORDERS A SPECIALTY. X. A. MULLER, Prop'r. FISC HER BREWING CO. H4MVIA0TCBKS! OW Strictly Pure Lager Beer! .1.1 the FINEST MINERAL WATERS. John De Allan, Real Estate Dealer, SANTA FE, N. M. Have customers for property in all parts of the city. . Leave , description of your property with me. HOTEL CAPITA!, SANTA OFJ THE EUROPEAN PLAN, Healthy and Nice Rooms on tho Second Floor. Nightly Band Concert in Front of tho Hotel, io tho Plaza. Rate, $1,50 and $2 per Day.-:-Special Rates for Regular Boar, U. TAMONY, Proprietor.) CT3STO- 30K,T035T7 MMISSIQN lira and Merchandise Broker. Shipper of Choice New Mexico Fruit. REPRES ENTINC J. D. MULES, Pneblo, Colo. AIXEN BROS. & CO., Los Angeles. O flice opposite Plaza; Wareroom West San Francisco St., SANTA FE, NEW MEXCO. Great Reduction Sale. For the Next 30 Days we will CUT PRICES in 1 In FALL and WINTER GOODS SPECIALS : i Gilbert's 54-inch Dress Flannels, all shades. 67aC. worth $1.40 JERSEY FLANNELS, - - 35cts, worth 75 FRENCH NOVELTY FLANNELS, 15 " 50 Ladies' Black Stockinet Jacket, : $3 worth $6 do do do $5 " $10 Also specially Attractive Bargains in Ladies and Child rens' Wool underwear, Ladies' Knit Skirts, Shetland Shawls, &c. Call and Procure some of these Immense Bargains. GRUNSFELD, LINDHEIM & CO. UTIEi, IT. IM". m A. . IRELAND, Jr, P iptdw nnu Q.QI8T.