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SANTA FE D AIL ST MEW MEX1CAJN SANTA FE. N. M SATUKDAY. DECEMBER 26. 1891. NO. 263 VOL. 28. I 1 c o Q m a -- U2 1 I PI o I I o a o O j m cd o ft Q hi O 8 W w z o kl s 8 Z Q Z h. O O z p CO to Z o o in - i i o .2 f-H 15 3 O Lu CTS CO CO S l I CO .22 T3 PQ -F3 co S PQ CO E o CO c a CO s "53 a 03 CO CO Ex 03 a go" i2 cu CO CO cu 03 O (0 s 1L c (0 (0 M 10 X o CO o Q. , o p "zp CD ri CO o 0 o y t-' CO 4-3 8 g J-i CO ""3 r I 4-3 CD bD Pi 4J . o Ph CD o Ph O O o bD (V) CO CD t Qi X E . o i5 CO Cy -1 tr! CO CD o S4 a CD g 3 i I CD P4 q W. o rA 4J CO 4- Cj pq 03 cu O CU cti isbs: 188 A. STAAB, roBTM mm iQmu General lerchandisi SAN FRANCISCO STREET, fargut Mi KoftOompUt Btookef Qeaer ' I OwnrUd the Batlra Southwest raw Miiga: BRIEF WIRINGS:- Dinner by the Chilian Mlniiter. Washington, Dec. 26. The Chilian minister and Madame Montt have issued invitations (or a dinner this evening in honor of Secretary and Mrs. Blaine. They Won't Tinker. Washington, Dec. 26. A majority of tne Democratic members ol the wavs and means committee aijree with Mr. Spriner in the belief that it will be impolitic at this time to attempt a general revision of the tann. lhey favor passing specific bills to put a few articles on the free list. A Mormon Ezoduii. S.u-t Lake City, Dec. 20. The Hacien da de laPresa ranch in the state of Chihua hua, Mexico, has been sold bv C. K. Speucer of this city to a Mormon com pany with a capital of $1,000,000. The ranch contains 100.000 acres. It is understood that there will be an extensive Mormon exodus to that place in the spring. A New Chief. Tahlkqui, I. T., Dec. 26. C. J. Har ris has been elected principal chief of the Cherokee nation to succeed J. B. Mayes, who died recently. Harris has been prominent in Cherokee politics for the past twelve years, having served in the senate and as a delegate to Washington, and waH only recently elected treasurer of the Cherokee nation. CONDENSED NEWS. FaTorably KeorWed. Washington, Dec, 26. The represen tntives from Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico ana otner western states and ter ritories are fairly well pleased over the places they secured on the committees announced to-day. The makeup of com mittees on coinage, weights and measures mines and mining, irrigation, territories and Indian affairs, are regarded as in the interest of that portion of the country. Bouthern Ijtea. Washington, Dec. 26. Senator Teller reintroduced in the senate the bill amend ing the act of 1880 to accept and ratify tne agreements submitted by the confed' erated bands of Ute Indians in Colorado for the sale of their reservation in said state, and for other purposes, and to make the necessary appropriations for carrying out the same, so as to substitute the name of Mrs. Sarah E. Dusser for tbe name of Qeerge Dusser. What Has Been Built. Chicago, Dec. 26. To day's issue of the Railway Age and Northwestern Rail' roader will contain a statistical review of the railway construction during 1891. According to the figures given new track has been laid in forty-three states and territories, on 249 lines and branches, to an aggregate of 4,163 miles. This in creases the railway system of the United States to 171,000 miles. The only por tions ol the country in which no new track was laid this year are the states of Delaware, Connecticut, Nevada and Mis- sitsippi.tbe last named showing in strong contrast to the other southern states, where the activity has been notable. The states which added the greatest average were Pennsylvania. Georgia. South Caro lina, Washington, New York, Montana, Virginia and West Virginia. Silver on Top. Washington, Dec. 20. An inquiry into tbe records of the members of the house committee on coinage, weights and meas ures shows that by past utterances or vo'es in or out of congress nine nut of the thirteen members of the committee have declared in favor of free coinage, while three out of the other members have been outspoken against free coinage and the fourth is said by his friends to be un questionably against free coinage, though bis record is unknown, he not having been in congress. The members in favor of free coinage are Bland, of Mo. ; Williams, of III. ; Kii gore, of Texas ; Robertson, of La. j Pierce, of Teun. ; Eppes, of Va. j McKeighan, of Neb. ; Bartine, of Nev.,and Johnson, of N. D. Ihose opposed are Messrs. lracy, of N. Y. ; Williams, of Maes.;Taylot, of 111., and Stone, of Pa. 99 "German Syrup Wearesixittfam A Farmer at ily. We live in a - . ,a place where we are Edom'Txa8 subject to violent Say 8! Colds and Lung Troubles. I have used German Syrup for six years successfully for Sore Throat, Cough, Cold, Hoarseness, Pains in the Chest and Lungs, and spitting-up of Blood. I have tried many differ ent kinds of cough Syrups in my time, but let me say to anyone want ing such a medicine German Syrup is the best. That has been my ex perience. If you use it once, you will go back to it whenever you need it. It gives total relief and is a quick cure. My advice to every one suffering with Lung Troublesis Try it. You will soon be con vinced. In all the families where your German Syrup is used we have no trouble with the Lungs at all. It is the medicine for this country. O G. G. GREEN. Sole Man'fr.Woodbury,NJ. John Franklin Jonas. Walter Whitman's condition is un changed. A cyclone wrecked a portion of Mar shaltown, Iowa. The estate left bv Senator Plumb is esti mated at $ 1,000,000 or more. Tin plate manufacturers will ask con gress to add 1 per cent to the import duty. George Honck, aged 15, accidentally shot a companion named Dekin at Hast ings, Neb. Mrs. Charles F Brow n, of Blootnington, 111., claims that Artemus Ward was her husband. Sir Edwin Arnold did not capture any Kansas City dollars. Trouble with his lecture bureau. It is stated that the czarina has decided to accompany her son on his coming visit to Paris. Gen. Roca, Buenos Ayres, has reite ated his decision that he will not be a candi date for president. B. Blackenship has been appointed by tbe court receiver of E. Bauniauof Dallas and Fort Worth. Congressman Hemphill, of South Caro lina, was married at Washington to Miss Elizabeth S. Henry. Oscar, Baron Wedel Hartsburg of Christiana, Norway, died at Albert Lea, Minn., the result of a spree. It is announced that Milwaukee hotels can accommodate 51,000 guests if sho can get the Democratic convention. The rivers in the province of Cordova have overflowed their boundaries and are devastating the surrounding country. Tbe Rev. Father Kroeger, of Elkhart, Ind., in charge of St. Vincent's church, has disappeared leaving debts of $17,000. Bernard Ready was killed and Henry STATEHOOD FOR NEW MEXICO. An Able Article on a Popular Subjei-t Demumliug Justice for a leorv ing People. The Chicago Farm, Field and Stockman says editorially : "In the matter of admitting Now Mex ico to statehood we are disposed to ignore politics. Whether it would be a Demo cratic or a Republican or a People's Ptrty state ought not to be considered. It should simply be aeked : Has she the requisite population? Is :t likely to lie permanent? Are her resources and the occupations bhsed upon them tuch as to make it rea sonably certain that the present pp-jla- j tion will increase rather than diminish ? , In reaching answers to these onesti-Mu? it would bo legitimate to inquire into the' quality of soil, the amount of tillable t.ind, the area and kind of pasturage adapted both to sheep and cattle, the mines of precious metal, of iron and coal ar.d the adaptation of the latter to manufacturing purposes. From our own acquaintance of the facts we have no doubt whatsoever that these questions can be satisfactorily answered. "It may be proper to inquire what is the character of the population of New Mexico before inviting her into tbe Union. II:! 8 she the elements adapted to main tain a Republican form of government? Here, again, our own knowledge Of her enterprising people would lead ua to answer, yes. To be sure, there ib a large Mexican population, but they have never been hard to govern. Their children are now largely sent to school. The public school system of (lie territory is good. Many of these Mexicans are well to-do stock raisers and farmers. They live comfortably and some even luxuriously. The delegates generally sent to congress from this class of tha population have been intelligent. "It mav be further asked, is there anv Sirmen was fatally injured by the falling I ground of opposition because of the pre of an icicle in a coal shaft at Pittstown Tbe East River Electric Light company has sued for $500,000 damages against New York City for cutting down its poles. A jury consisting of twenty-four men has declared Edward M. Field insane. His creditors are in a somewhat similar state. Nicholas Fox shot his wife at South Omaha and then cut his throat with a razor. Mrs. Fox will recover, but Fox will die. Jealousy. Another baud of Mexican outlaws has congregated in the vicinity of Fort Ring gold. Two troops of cavalry have been ordered to the scene. senator nansnrougn lias introduced a bill in tbe senate authorizing the post master general to extend, w hen practica ble, the free delivery system to rural or farming communities. The Tyrone, Pa., bank failure is assum ing large proportions, the liabilities reach ing JSOO.OOO with the almost positive assurance that not 1 cent will be paid on the dollar. Threats of lynching canned Cashier Guyer to disappear. At Valparaiso it is rumored that a plot is on foot to assassinate President Montt and release the Balmacedist prisoners in the jail. The government, in consequence of these alarming rumors, haa adopted the utmost precaution to prevent such an occurrence. The Berlin correspondent of the Lon don News says that telegrams from Vienna contain information that the czar is displeased at the Chadouine all air as tending to hurry Turkey into the arms of the Dreibund. The Russian government, it is further said, is trying to influence M. Robit, French minister of foreign affairs, to adopt a milder policy in the matter. It is stated at Berlin that the govern' ment bill to regulate rural migration to towns provides that those persons desir ing to quit their native place must advance proof of their ability to acquire dwelling in the new settlement. If they are unable to maintain a dwelling within a certain period they will be sent back again, and if they are unable to work the parish will allow a dwelling. To effect this scheme it is proposed that every laborer shall pay a small percentage of his wages in the parish funds. Unfailing in effects, pnre and harmless, is Regulator. always reliable, Simmons Liver ANTHONY J. Drcxcl. Herewith is given a portrait of the Phila delphia business man, Anthony J. Drexel, wno nas immortalized nim- self by building and endowing the Drezel inslitute, recently opened in that city. The building coat $000,000 ; the endowment is $1,000,000, both the munificent gifts of Mr. Drexel. This distinguished philantrophist is head of the banking firm ol Drexel s (Jo. llis noble generosity has for its objects, "the extension and improvement of industrial education as a means of opening better and wider avenues of employment to 3 oung men and women." dominence of Roman Catholics? We frankly answer, no. There should not be any religious or ecclesiastical test in this matter of statehood. Besides, it is found that leading citizens of tds faith have favored free schools, irrigation, railroads and other public iniprcveni 'lite. It is a mistake to regard this element as wholly anti-progressive or retrogressive as some seem to claim. "Besides it is a fact that there is alarge proportion of the people who arff of the best American stock. Witness such old citizens as Col. Rynerson, of Las Crnces, and those who came with bira with his regiment from California at the time of the war for the Union j Governor Prince, the present executive head, but formerly chief justice and tor ten or fifteen years a citizen of the territory, and many others like him who came from New York, Pennsylvania and other eastern states and have been identified with the industrial, agricultural, mining or large commercial interests of the territory. Men from this class have helped frame a food constitu tion and the statutory laws which more than anything else have mintt'trei to good order and demonstrated the ability of self-government. There are men in this number who have held high representa tive ofllce in Kansas, Nebraska and other states from which they have migrated. "Some men of this character i.ave lately ;a;tn4 PiMi.D.-iu. JuUite . x. vt-.onr-oii, ciiairmaTi of the territorial hoard ff man agers of the World 8 fair, came to attend the meetini! of the board of control in this city. Judge Thornton was elected as the first mayor of the city of Santa Fe, n hich, although it is theoldest town with in the bouudaiies of the United States, has been only recently incorporated as a city. Ha has been for many years a pro minent lawyer and mining operator at Santa Ee. Major W. II. H. Llewellyn, secretary of the World's fair board for New Mexico, wa3 also here a few days since. There are few more enterprising citizens to be found in any state or terri tory than Major Llewellyn. He has done much to further the agricultural and live stock interests of the territory. John H. Knaebel, Max. Frost and Gen. E. L. Bartlett were here to enlist Chicago capital in an extensive irrigation enter prise for the city of Santa Fe and vici nity. They say that they have met with great success, and that there is scarcely any doubt that the scheme of the Santa Fe Irrigation company will be carried out. This enterprise consists of storing water in the canyons above the city to be used in irrigating thousands of acres of land just below. The land will be very valu able for agricultural and horticultural purposes when brought under irrigation. This will, also, be an object lesson to other parts of the territory where the soil is generally good, and the only requisite is some good system of irrigation." Hoodies Sarsaparilla Is a concentrated extract of Sarsaparilla, Yellow Dock, Pipslssewa, Juniper Berries, Mandrake, Dandelion, and other valuable vegetable remedies, every ingredient being strictly pure, and the best of its kind it Is possible to buy. It is prepared by thoroughly competent phar macists, in the most careful manner, by a peculiar Combination, Proportion anil Prooess, giving to it curative power Peculiar To itself It will cure, when In the power of medicine, Scrofula, Salt Elieum, Blood Poisoning, Cancerous and all other Humors, Malaria, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Sick Headache, Catarrh, Rheumatism, and all diflicultlos with the Liver and Kidneys. It overcomes That Tired Feeling, Creates an Appetite, and give great mental, nerve, bodily, and digestive strength. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is sold by all druggists. 81; six for 85. Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. N. B. If you decide to take Hood's Sarsapa rilla do not be induced to buy any other. IOO Doses Gld and Silver PINE FILIGREE JEWELRY Osamcnds. Watches, CIccScs iti SHverware, f 0fii ft rtiwr Second Nation! (mil 3iamoud Setting nl Watch Rpri Promptly and Efficiently The Kducatloual Association. The Territorial Educational association will aieet at Santa Fe on tho 2Stb, 29th and 30th imsfunt. An intere tin-? -pro gram has hoen prepared, and tha leading educators of our territory will express their views on divers matters. Silver City will be ably represented. Silvnr City Enterprise. SOL. LOWITZKI & SON. KSTAIIUSHKD 1878. Livery and Feed Stables Eest Stock of fiorst i and Carriages in Town. HACKS lMidiWI' TLY FURNISH ID. Di.d'I rail to rlxit ' 1st i; imii.ix VII I.AGK; three houri on the iiiim trip. rlttl alui'fli n to ri!if:itirg travelers ovei the conut jr. Cftretnl drive fmrt.lativtf on up i-11. a l u. Lower San Francisco St., SANTA FE, N. M. 13 Do You Write Much? I wn i ,OT ISE A mm RE3 HuTQH STAHOAFiD TYPEWRITER? Kmnat. una f iist.nut wrltlnz mufhliie niiicle. . . .I'or 15 yours tho standard and constantly lm prov1nR....l(),UU0 In uso.... Write for ratalouuc and toslimonlala. . . . CsFlne linen paper ami t v jov rli it i:in.!lo. Wu iniike nu.-hariio for furnishing stonograpnera WYCK0FF, SEAWANS & BENEDICT, 1639 Champa Slreel, DENVER, C0L0 The worst attacks of mons Liver Regulator lieve. indigestion Sim' never fails to re- Holiday Bates. 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. WORTH A GUINEA A BOX." CURE SICK HEADACHE. Disordered Liver, etc. they ACT LIKE MAGIC on the Vital Organs, restoring long-lost Complezloiiy bringing hnrlr tb frnen Alton nfatineflta.anri nrnuoinr 5 with the ROSEBUD OF HEALTH the whole J uhyslcal enesgjr of the human frame. These facts are admitted by thousands, In all classes of society. Largest tale la the world. Of all druggists. Price 25 cents a box. New York Depot, 365 Canal St. 37 REASfR BROTHERS. SUNDAY MENU. Billvs New Restaurant. Ono Door East of Stnab's Store, San Frnnotsco St. DEC. 27, 189!, 1 TO 4 P. M. GAME DISNKIt NO. 5. lilue Point. Oysters, sore. Fresh Oyster FISH. Boiled Red Snapper, Shrimp Sauce HMH.ftD. Leg of Mutton, Sauce Vlcncise HOAST. Loin of Kansas City Beef, Au Jus GAME. Wild Turkey, Oys jr Dresvins, Cranberry Sauce Loin o 'Ell;, Orange Sauce, Currant Jelly ETRKES. Uoast Qunil Force Jlcnt of Oysters SALADS. Chicken Shrimp Potato VEOETAHI.ES. Mashed, Browned Potatoes French Peas Tomatoes La uoyni DESERT. Almonds, Xuts, Kaisins, Apples pcnmNS. English Plum, Brandy Sauce PASTRY. Mince Pie Apple Pie French A. D. Coffee Cheese Green Tea DIT2STDE3I?y, 50 O. WILL C. BURTON & CO., Prop The Second N afionai Bank OF NEW MEXICO, 5ANTA FE - ISTEW MEXICO L SPIEGELBERG E. A. FISKE, Vice President, President. J. D. Proudfit, Cashier. A FME LOT OF NEW BABY CARRIAGES. A. T. CRIGC Wholesale Retail Dealer la Furniture, Crockery AND GLASSWARE. Second band goods bought or taken in exebange for new, or will sell at public auc tion. UNDERTAKER. CITY MEAT MARKET. DEALERS IN CHOICE DEALER IN Sotl and Hard Coal. Warehouse mid Office. Gaspar Ortiz Avenue. Santa Fe, W flV BEEF, VEAL, PORK AND MUTTON, FRESH SAUSACE, ETC. Alfalfa fed Beef a Specialty. BMJ DHLITBKT E. YRRISARI, Prop. FIRST NATIONAL BANK JULIUS EM OF TT it urn 'D Ml FURKISHEHr Santa. Fo, New llesdoo Designated Depository of the United States. Clothing end Shirts Made to Order. San franskc St, PEDRO PEREA, President T. B. CATRON, Vice Pesident kit Fe, i, M i R. J. PALEN. - - Cashier USTEW IWIEXICO TEL" 313 COMIETGr COXJISrTPfY" The Mesilla Valley its Garclen Spot ! 66 TEN ACRES EEi 79 Choice trntated Land (ImproTed and UftlmproTed) attractively platted; for sale on long time with low Interest. WARRANTY DEEDS OrVEIT. Wi ite for lllaitrcted folderj giving fall particular J. K. LIVINGSTON, General Agent RIO GRANDE LAND CO.. Las Cruces, N. (VI.