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ANT A FE SANTA FE. N. M.. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 2& 1891. NO. 261 VOL. 28. 8 CD g - H Hani ZSa (2h 03 .a z r -o -s 60 00 g 5 T P, S CD S3 S II o. o I ' I E CO ft ; - . 0 53 g a 2 s p3 & I 1 1 ; cd eg X Lmm ' fi o3 I i ""O uj 75 E 1 I S 2 I) I IT: rv H CD QW s '5 DC3 11 I o a c v I S 1 o -S3 g a Q 4 a OT lass : OETOmTMB in eneral Merc 8AN FRANCISCO STREET, XMrgwtmA Kott OoapUt Btoekof GB-ri jb r. hiila : 18150 o o 6 TsESlSKr Choice Irrigated Lands (ImproTed and Uaimproved) attractively -:BRIEF WIRINGS:- SENAT'K PLUMB'S REMAINS. Lying In Btnte at To pelt a A Legislative Escort His Successor a Matter of Much lfigeussion Toi'eka, Kas., Dec. 23. The senatorial committee in charge of Senator Plumb's remains reached here last night from Washington, and from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. to-day the body occupied a place in the state capttol. It was viewed by thou sands of people. This afternoon the re mains were conveyed to Jl'iuporia, where the funeral takes place to-morrow after noon. More than half the members of the last Kansas legislature assembled here last niuht in response to a call by President Pro-tem Ila'kness and escorted the body to Emporia. Already the question of chosing a suc cessor to the dead senator provokes the deepist interest. Uovenior Humphrey denies that be is a candidate for the place. He says he will be in no haste to appoint a siHcesBor. It is altogether improbable that any appointment will be made autil after New Years. There are so many diiforent phases to be discussed that a careful consideration of the claims of all candidates is necessary. Dispatches from Washington announce that the Kansas contingent there con siders ex-Governor Crawford an available man. J. K. Hudson. ex-Senator Ingalls, Jas. W. Ady and Geo. K. Peck are men tioned as possibilities. The Alliance and People's party will demand that Governor Humphrey con- vene the legislature in extra session, so that the people's representatives, instead of one man, shall decide who the senator shall be. A leader said: "We shall deluge the governor's office with petitions If he dares to deny the legislature the right 1 1 elect a successor to Mr. Plumb we wi.i sweep the Republican party out of power next year." Ate One Dog a Week. Shklhyville, Ind., Dec. 23. Since Maggie Donnager began the dog treatment for consumption, some seven weeks ago, her condition has been watched closely by interested and scientific persons all oyer the United States. Hundreds of letters have been received and answered within the past few weeks. There is much dis cussion as to its merits, and within the past day or two the believers in the dog treatment theory have been greatly humi- lated from the fact that Maggie has been compelled to take to her bed. tot several weeks she gradually in creased in strength until Friday, when she was attacked by la grippe, she has eat en, on an average, a dog every week for several weeks and she so far recovered that for four weeks she has been able to perform her housework without inconven ience or fatigue. So great was her im provement in health that many persons in this community and at various points in the state are now eating dog flesh and taking the oil as a remedy for the disease. BuylnglWar bhlps. Chicago, Dec. 23. A special dispatch from San Francisco says : From infor mation gleaned here, it looks as if the reports sent out from Washington, of preparation i jr war with Chili, were true. Admiral Brown has secured an option on the new and powerful tug, "Fearless." just finished at the Union iron works. Mie has a speed of sixteen knots an hour. She is swifter than the Chilian torpedo cruisers and far more powerful. Admiral brown also secured options on four of Spreckles's big steamers, the "Zealandia," "Australia," "Mariposa" and "Alameda," to be used for transport service. The "Zealandia" can be ready at ten hours' notice and all others inside of three weeks. Secretary of War Elkius. Washington, Dec. 23. The senate, in executive session, has confirmed the nomination of S. B. Elkins to be secretary of war. erman yrup" Martinsville, N.J., Methodist Par sonage. "My acquaintance with your remedy, Boschee's German Syrup, was made about fourteen years ago, when I contracted a Cold which resulted in a Hoarseness and a Cough which disabled me from filling my pulpit for a number of Sabbaths. After trying a Physician, without obtaining relief I cannot say now what remedy he prescribed I saw the advertisement of your remedy and obtained a bottle. I received such quick and permanent help from it that whenever we have had Throat or Bronchial troubles since in our family, Boschee's Ger man Syrup has been our favorite remedy and always with favorable results. I have never hesitated to report my weperience of its use to others when I have found them troubled in like manner." RRW W. H. Haggarty, of the Newark, New Jersey, M.E. Confer ence, April 25, '90. A Safa Remedy. 9 ,G. G. GREEN, Sole Man'fr.Woodbury.NJ. MEXICO THE The Mesilia Valley its Garden Spot! Marriage in High i.iff. n.... ri iior. '). Tli dauL'hterof Pre-iident Uarrillah was mar- ried yesterday morning in the :hu'th of the Immaculate Conception to Don Lows De Ojeiia, formerly a resident of Cali fornia. The bride's portion is .f 4. 000,000. The ceremony was performed by lliahop Kodriquez in the presence oi tnous-auus of people, among whem nere the repre sentatives of foreign government. Nomination?. Washington, Dec. 23. Tho president has sent to the senate the lu'lowing nominations : John II. Lott, receiver of public monej B at Buffalo, Wyo. Postmasters, Wyoming, Isaac C. Wynn, at Landers ; Colorado Miss Flora Ever hart, at Colorado city; New Mexico, James P. Byron, at Deming. The Senate. Washington, Dec. 2:5. Among the papers presented and referred were reso lutions of the Loyal Legion of the United States adopted at St. Paul, Minn., pre sented by Senator Mandorson, urging the comnloliou at tho earliest moment practicable, of a "navv sullicient In ships and armament to command and enforce the respect due the Hag of this nation the world over." Cold Weather. London, Dec. 22. Intensely cold waaiher continues to prevail throughout EuL'land. and is causing more or less dis tress everywhere. Most of the hikes and the water in the lowlands, where the Thames overflows its banks, are covered with good, strong ice. Aside from the in tense cold to which Londoners are but in a small measure accustomed, the city is covered, almost obliteratpd, by a thick, choking fog, and traffic on the river has been suspended. American Tin Mines. San Diego, Cal., Dec. 23. The first full car load of American tin ever produced from an American tin mine was received by W. W. Smart, yesterday from the Temescal mines. The shipments con sisted of over 20,000 pounds ot tin. The output of the Temescal mines is being rapidly increased and American tin w ill be regularly put on the market in car loads. CONDENSED NEWS. Mme. Januschek is ill at Baltimore. The price agreed upon for the Cherokee strip is $9,000,000. Secretary Foster expects to resume his duties next week. Negroes from Tennessee are moving into Oklahoma by hundreds. A "gospel wagon movement" is the latest religious piiantasy in Kansas. The Federation of American Labor raised the boycott on Milwaukee beer. At Paul's valley, I. T., Hon. Sum Paul was shot by his son, Joe, who escaped. A wholesale discharge of Rock Island employes is reported from St. Joseph, Mo. John Tabeau, Brandenburg, Ky., has inherited $105,000 from an uncle in France. G. L. Ferguson, wife and child, were killed pt, a railroad crossing near Bur chard, Neb. One hundred and fifty human brutes became engaged in a row at a Cleveland dog fight. Edward M. Field is still confined in Ludlow street jail, being unable to obtain bail. Philadelphia polio were requirred to quell a riot during services at the synago gue of the congregation of Israel. Walt Whitman, the "good, gray poet," is reported to be dying at his cottage at Camden, N. J. J. G. Shaw, a 17-year-old burglar from Cleveland, escaped through an elevator from the Columbus penitentiary. Carl Johnson, an insane furniture varnisher, jumped from a fifth story window of the Manhattan building, Chi cago. Mrs. Nancy Britt Kennedy, an Augusta, Me., centenarian, fell dead while engaged in praying that she might die. The Reading (Pa.) court is investigat ing the matter of disgraceful orgies at the county jail participated in by officials and female prisoners. Suspicious of foul play have been aroused by the sudden death of Chief Mayes and Assistant Chief Chambers of the Cherokees. Albert Benson, the murderer of Mrs. Mettman, and who is to hang at Leaven worth February 5, made a second unsuc cessful attempt to commit suicide. W. R. Low, city marshal of Eflingham, Kas., was sandbagged and robbed of $200 and a gold watch near his residence. In falling the officer broke his leg. The death of Senator Preston B. Plumb wMl cast a gloom over Christmas festivi ties at the capital, where he was univer sally popular. Jerome I. Case, the well-known manu facturer and horse breeder, died at his home in Racine, Wis., yesterday. It is estimated that his fortuue amounts to $5,000,000. Roland S. Wickett, senior member of the firm of Wickett & Son, the well- known manufacturers of artificial limbs, committed suicide by hanging himself in his office. Gen. John A. Kenley died at Baltimore of pneumonia. He wps major-general of volunteers and the highest commissioned volunteer officer of the state of Maryland during the war. The reciprocity treaty with Cuba, re ducing the duty on flour from $u to $1 a barrel has caused orders for that commo dity to be thrown into th9 Baltimore mar ket for 300,000 barrels. platted; for sale on long time with low interest. WARRANTY j Senator nmJ Mm. McMillan gave a dir- new in honor (it President Mid Mrs. Ilnrri- son, i lie otner fj'iefts were wu. nr.uu- tiai.i, . iwtn-e ana aim i,ron .urs. i un Sheridan. S.'iiator and lion, and Mrs. John W. Foster. Nfar Gosport, Ind., the Allen fiimtly was chloroformed and MIhr Cnra Allen, aged 18, was abducted. She was found iu a cave three miles from home with htr hands and feet tied. Her mind appears wrecked and she could tell nothing. The II. 0. Neleon company of St. Louis, n profit-sharing company, employing 800 hands, declared a dividend of 10 per cent on v, ages. This nmk-s a total dividend on wages during the laHt six years of 50 per cent, the plan having been in exist ence that time. IHIIU1TOKIA.L Tll'S. L. B. Putney, of Albuquerque, ia very i ill. It is rumored that While Oaks w ill soon huVd a bank. W. 15. l5',Kik;r had a partial stroke oi paralysis at Las Vegas. Folsom has a saloon which goes by the samiuinary name of "The Jiucket of- Blood." Las Vegas ought to have some cili.en public spirited enough to keep a eigual service weather report. Free Press. Major J. W. Tounelly and A. W. Kimball, of Albuquerque, went out to Coolidge to arrange with William Crane for the sale of his oil lands. Invitations have been issued to the var ioua Masons in Chaves, Eddy and Lin coln counties, to attend the installation ot officers at Koswell, Dec. 28. The Montezuma hotel, we are in formed, is quite short of guests. Such a place ought to be crowded, and will when the sanitarium is advertised a little more. Free Press. Dr. Stephens, of Silver City, was called to attend the children of Mr. Fowler, a ranchman on the Mimbres river. The children had been severely bitten by a cat supposed to be alllicted with rabies. The Chicago capitalists who have an option on the purchase of the Mamie Richmond mine for $175,000 are making preparations to again take hold of the property and work it, so says a Hills borough correspondent. J. C. Lea and wife, W. II. Doss, of Coleman, Texas, and Miss Birdie Couch, of Kansas City, Mo., were registered at the Pickwick hotel, Fort Worth, on the 17th met. The parlv is expected to arrive at Uoswell at any time between now and Christmas. The final report of the Catholic fair committee, at Gallup, shows that the total proceeds of the fair amounted to $1174. 35, and the total expenses were $173.10, leaving a clear profit of $801.25, llrs. Henry V. Harris, wife of the clerk of the probate court and county commissioners, Albuquerque, who has been dangerously ill for the past tew weeks, is reported much improved. WiMiin the past year, the trustees of the school of mines, at Socorro, have ex pended in cash something over $12,000 on the building now in course of erection, which, when completed, will cost some thing over $35,000. Wagon Mound note: The snow here is three feet deep on a level. The Bheep men here are compelled to haul liny 10 their herds, but they can not haul over 300 or 400 pounds at a time. Vicente Mares could not find his herds for tiiree days, and, when he found them, the herders w ere missing. Thev are supposed to have been frozen to death. Wilson Waddingham, of New Mexico, thinks the repeal of the alien land law is of fully as much imporlance as the free coinage of Bilver, and should have had as much prominence in the proceedings of the convention. When he sees the report of the committee on resolutions, he will see that his ideas onthat subject wero not ignored in the committee room. El Paso Herald. Hillsboro note: A good body of ore has been struck in the north drift of the Sheridan mine, belonging to ex-Sheriff A. M. Story. The vein is ten inches thick and has an incline of 30 degrees in the mountain. This new strike has material ly increased the output of the ore, and work is now being pushed with renewed vigor. The Socorro Chieftaiu learns of a big mineral deal as follows : The Chieftain learns there is a big mining deal on foot in Kelly, wherein it is expected that some of the best mining property in that camp will change hands before long, the prop erty going into the hands of an immense mining and smoking syndicate. pniiiTPl ttlrtOC ; Urt".s r r.yi i r urw viw Vanilla Lemon Orange Almond Of perfect purity. Of great strength. Gconomy In their us. Flavor as delicately - Rcse etc.7 f-nd dsliclously as th fresh fruit P ' DEUCiOUS ' Li iil I ctl i w ii 1 COMING COUNTRY yspepsia Few people have suffered more severely from dyspepsia than Mr. E. A. McMalion, a well known grocer of Staunton, Va. He says: " Before 1878 1 was In excellent health, weigh ing over 200 pounds. In that year an ailment developed Into acute dyspepsia, and soon I was reduced to 102 pounds, suffering burning intense sensations in the stomach, palpitation ot the heart, nausea, and Indigestion. could not sleep, lost all heart in my work, had fits of melancholia, and for days at a time I would have welcomed death. I became morose, sullon and irritable, and for eight years life was a burden. I tried many physicians and many remedies. One day a workman employed by me suggested that I take f ft Hood's Sarsapa- V tf 0 M II flf as OlIIIBIIIIg ziZ sia. I did so, and before taking the whole of a bottle I began to feel like a new man. The terrible pains to which I had been subjected, ceased, the palpitation of tiie heart subsided, my stomach became easier, nausea disap peared, and my entire system began to tone up. With returning strength came activity of mind and body. Before the fifth bottle was taken 8 Years I had regained my former weight and natural condition. I am today well and I ascribe it to taking Hood's Sarsaparilla." N. B. If you decide to take Hood's Sarsa parilla do not bo induced to buy any other. Hood's Sarsaparilla Soldbyalldrugclsta. $1; alxforgs. Preparedonly by C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. IOO Doses One Dollar The Ropes surveying party came in last evening, on their return trip from White Oaks. They have had the snow all the way from Gallinas mountains, making the return exceedingly laborious. Mr. Ropes pronounces the proposed route remarkably feasible and economical. ( iptic, Uoliilay Kates. Tickets for the holidays sold by the Santa Fe railroad at one first class fare for the round trip; on sale Dec. 24, 25, 31 and Jan. 1 ; return limit to Jan. 4, via the Santa Fe route. First-class, and cheap job printing and binding at the New Mexican company's establishment; the largest of the kind in New Mexico. 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