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The Daily New Mexican
FRIDAY. MAY 3. Notice is hereby given that orders g:iyen by employes upon the New Mexican Printing Co., will not be honored unless previously endorsed by the business manager. Notice. Requests for back numbers of the New Mexican, must state date wanted, or tney wi receive no attention. AdvertlHlng Hates. Wanted One cent a word each Insertion. Local Ten cents per line each insertion. Heading Local Preferred position 1 weu v-tive emits per line each insertion. 'Displayed Two dollars an inch, single column, per month in Daily. One dollar an inch, single column, hi either English or Spanish Weekly. . Additional prices and particulars given on receipt of copy of matter to be inserted. t'rioes vary according to amount of matter, length of time to run, position, number of changes, etc. One copy only of each paper in which an nd appears will be sent free. Wood base electros not accepted. No display advertisements accepted for less t'jin $1 net, per mouth. No reduction in prh6 made for "every other dav" advertisements. METEROLOGICAL. D. S. 1JRPARTMBNT OF AQBIOULTtlBB 'UetTuuu HiiuKiii Office of Ohskhvkr Santa Fe, May 2. 1895, 895.) 3 2S?W 4. 33 to B -. - 5 0 a Si a. 15 -3 go sc?g ti "1 f z ? $ i5 ft- 3J? a 0 6:00a. ro. 6:00p. in. 23 19 23 (JO SR ('lour Cldy If 24 I SW 30 M.vinnm TnmnArAtllPB . &. Minimum Temperature Tot.lFrlplt.tion..s:.ri:.i ;.6i H.B.Cartwright&Bro DKALKUS IN Groceries. Feed and Produce. FRESH FRUIT & VEGETABLES Confectionery-Nuts. AdF.NOY FOB Dew lrop Vanned Woods I'at out Imperial Flour l-hns-Sanliorn's Teas and Toffees Their Bread, Pies and Cakes can't be Beat. Telephone No. 4. J. T. FORSHA, Prop. Located In the Bnsl- or city. i-iuza Special rates by the week or month for table board, with or without room. SOCIETIES. A. F. & A. M. Montezuma Lodge, No. 1, meets on the first Monday evening of eaeh month at 7:30 o'clock, in the Masonic hall, in the Kahn block, Han Francisco Ht. Visiting brethren are fraternally invited. W. 8. Habboun, W. M. F. 8. Davis, Sec. Milk Pnnoh 10 ots a glass at the Colo rado saloon. The U. 3. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. Rooms and Board. Pleasant sunny rooms vacant at the Smith honse, west of the federal building. Apply to Miss Galliford. John MoOallongh Havana cigars at Colorado saloon. Henry KricL SOLK AOENT IOB LEMPS' ST. LOUIS The trade supplied from one bot tle to a carload. Mail orders promptly filled. UaadaUpe Ht. Santa Fe. EXCHAME HOTEL THE GRAND ARMY. Twelfth Anuual Department Encamp ment in Santa Fe Goodly At tendance of Delegates. National OSicers Present Streets Dec oratedHistoric Points Visited Routine Business Meeting To-night. The 12th annnal encampment of the Grand Army of the Repablic, department of New Mexico, met in Santa Fe this morning with a goodly attendance of delegates from the various posts of the territory. It will continue iu session to morrow. Commander-in-Chief Thomas G. Law- ler, of Rockford, Illinois, at the head of the Grand Army of the Republic, accom panied by his adjutant general, Cassius Clay Jonss, also of Rockford, arrived in Santa Fe from Denver over the broad gauge at 8:30 last night, and were met at the train by Department Commander George V. Knaebel and staff, Post Com mander Francis Downs and several other prominent Grand Army men. After a oordial interchange of greetings the dis tinguished visitors were conveyed in car riages to the suite of rooms provided for them at the Palace. The gentlemen will attend the meetings of the department encampment of the G. A. R. in Santa Fe today, and, in order to meet a pressing engagement, will leave for Chioago at 10:20 to-night. This is Gen. Lawler's first visit to the historic capital of the territorial empire known on the map as New Mexico. Naturally he takes a deep interest in the unique intermingling of the old and the new, the ancient adobe buildings and the fine modern publics buildings and resi dences, tallow candles and electric lights, corn fields in the outskirts alongside of magnificent orchards fragrant and blush ing with bloom, that he sees in this oldest seat 01 tjorisnanuy ana oiaest military post en American soil. Personally he is a fine looking man, much younger in ap pearance than one would expect to see, and his black hair, long moustache, pieroing black eyes and strong features remind one of the lamented Gen. John A. Logan. He is rather short and quite heavy set, dresses becomingly in blaok, has a very pleasing address and is Bn en thusiast iu his work. BIOOBAPHIOAI. SKETCH. General Thomas G, Lawler was born in Liverpool, England, April 7, 1844. He came to Illinois when a child and re ceived his education in the publio schools of Rockford, where he has since resided. The war broke out when he was 17 years old and he enlisted as a private in oompany E, 19th Illinois Volunteers. This was in Jone, 1861. He served three years and three months. He was with his company and his regiment in every battle in which they were engaged. He was the first man to carry the colors of his regiment over the Cor federate breast works at the battle of Missionary Ridge. He rose from private to sergeant and then to first lieutenant, but was not mus tered as a commissioned officer; com manded his company for two months during the Atlanta campaigns; was elect ed so by vote of his company, and was placed on the roll of honor by order of General Kosecrans, who was in command of the army of the Cumberland. He or ganized the Rockford rifles in 1876 and made it the most efficient and best known military organization in the west. He was elected colonel and commanded the :id regiment of the Illinois national guard for seven years. He resigned in order to give his younger officers a chance of pro motion. He was postmaster of Rockford, under Hayes, Harrison and Garfield, and is now engaged in the lumber and coal business. General Lawler was one of the first members of G. L. Nevins post, No. 1, department of Illinois, G. A. R , whioh has a membership of nearly 600, and is the third largest post in that department. He has been its commander for twenty- six consecutive years. He served for five years as a member of the department council of administration, one year each as junior and senior vice department commander, and was eleoted by unam mons vote of the encampment to the position of department commander for the year ls2, his post refusing to aocept his resignation as its commander during the year of his service as department commander. OEN. O. O. JONES. The first official act of Gen. Thomas G. Lawler, commander-in-chief of the G. A. R., was the appointment of bis life-long friend, Cassius Clay Jones, of Rockford, as his adjutant general. Commander Lawler insisted, before his election, that his adjutant general must, in case he won, come from his home city, where he could consult with bim. The appointment, therefore, conld not have been improved upon, for Comrade Jones is not only well qualified for the position, but is also one of the most popular men in Grand Army circles in Illinois, having a wide acquaint ance all over the state. Gen. Jones is a native of Seneca Falls, N. Y., having been born there May 3, 184S. He isn't a man who brags much of his war record, but nevertheless he did good service for his country in the navy, enlisting when men were needed and standing by the gun un til the war was over, when he received an honorable disoharge. He enlisted at Al bany, N. Y., being assigned to the United States ship Vanderbilt of the North At lantic squadron, and spent much time chasing blockade rnnners. Their first tough experience was when the Vander bilt was sent to Fort Fisher with Gen. Butler, who made a failure of the first at tack on Christmas day, 1861. The second and successful attaok was made by Gen. Terry, with 3,000 men, in the January fol lowing. Landsman Jones was on dnty at the gun every day in both of these en gagements. At the olose of the war he returned to Albany and resumed his for mer position with the Boston & Paoific railroad. He moved west in 1867, and is a member of G. L. Nevins post, No. 1, de partment of Illinois, G. A. R. COUNCIL OF ADMINISTHATION. The counoil of administration met in the Exchange parlors this morning at 10 o'clock, and at once proceeded to bnsi ness by electing Department Commander George W. Knaebel as chairman, and Capt. H. M. Davis as secretary. A com mittee, consisting of Capt. J. R. Hudson, E. 8. Stover and W. 8. Fletoher, was ap pointed to audit the accounts of Assistant Quartermaster Gen. E. H. Bergmann. This committee delivered its report to the encampment this afternoon at 3 o'olook, together with other routine busi ness matters. Under the guidance of the watchful and attentive joint committee of the Board of Trade and Carletou post, Gens. Lawler and Jones and other visiting oomrades this forenoon visited the waterworks and other points of interest about the oity, patriotically deoorated carriages beiug provided for the purpose. The department enoampment met in secret conclave at Carletou poBt hall, near the capitol, at 2 p. m. The national offi cials were present. Besides the transac tion of much business, Department Cwm mander Knaebel delivered an exception ally fine annual address. The publio meeting at the court house to-night promises to be very interesting. The welcoming address will be delivered by Gov. Thornton and Post Commander Downs will respond. It is also under stood that Gens. Lawler and Jones will speak. The exercises will be interspersed with patriotic songs. All are invited. ENCAMPMENT NOTES. It has been a charming spring day. "Old Glory" was strictly in evidence to-day. The blooming orchards abont town were much admired. Attend the publio G. A. R. meet at the court house to-night. Adjutant General Jones, tall and finely proportioned, looks every inch a soldier. Ladies will be particularly welcome at the meeting in the conrt house to-night. Capt. T. W. Collier, editor of the Raton Range, is of course in attendance npon the department encampment. The streets and business houses around the plaza and up and down SanFranoisco street were beautifully decorated. Judge W. H. Whiteman, of Albuquer que, past department commander, was' conspicuous among the veterans. Santa Fe's distinguished visitors ex-; pressed surprise at the massive magni tude of the local water company's magni ficent water plant. That fine steel engraving of n large group of noted federal generals in Gns dorf fe Dolan's show window attracted much attention. Leverett Clarke, adjutant of G. K. Warren post, of Albnquerque, is in town to attend the encampment. He was for merly a member of 27th Massachusetts infantry. Mr. Charles Paxton, of Allerton, who belonged to the Pennsylvania veteran re serve corps, was glad to meet several of his former comrades in Santa Fe to-day. Commander-in-Chief Lawler and Ad jutant General Jones expect to leave Chicago, on Tuesday, on a tour through New York, Michigan and Wisconsin. Thence they will come west again and go through to the Pacific coast. Col. Lee H. Rndisille and Col. J. C. Klepinger arrived last night from White Oaks, coming overland to attend the en oampment. Col. RnCisille is a past de partment commander and is now an aid-de-camp on the staff of the commander-in-chief. Col. Klepinger is the com mander of Kearney post at White Oaks. You've No Idea How nicely Hood's Sarsaparilla hits the needs of the people who feel all tired out or run down from any caase. It seems to oil up the whole meohanism of the body so that all moves smoothly and work becomes a delight. If yon are weak, tired and nervous, Hood's Sarsaparilla is just what you need. Try it. Hood's Pills cure liver ills, constipa tion, billiousness, janndice, sick head ache, indigestion. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Forty Years the Standard. ROUND ABOUT TOWN. Clean cotton rags wanted at the New Mexican engine room. The G. A. R. veterans cordially invite the ladies of Santa Fe to brighten with their presence the meeting at the oourt honse to-night. At the meeting of the penitentiary board yesterday the monthly bills were audited and other routine work given at tention, when ndjonrnment was taken until July. President C. W. Dndrow and Secretary T. J. Helm give notioe that a special and important meeting of the Santa Fe Driv ing Park fc Fair association will be held at Firemen's hall at 7:30 to-morrow even ing. Agapito Ortega, better known as "Cinoo Contavos" the blind beggar, has been confined at the city jail for more than a year, and he is in a most deplorable con dition. He gets no sort of exercise, and his solitnde must be awful. His moan ings may be heard by passers by almost any time. The cost of his present keep, it appears, might be more hnmanely ex pended. Perhaps the W. B. T. oan 00 operate with the oity authorities and hire some family, say in Tesnqne, to take charge of the poor old man. News oomes from Cerrillos that the Cemllos Coal railroad yesterday reduced the pay of the men working in the White Ash mine. Heretofore the men have been paid 70 cents per ton as the ooal came from the mine and under the new scale it is proposed to pay them 70 cents after the ooal is screened. This is equiva lent to a reduction of about 33 per cent. This created much dissatisfaction among the men and they went ont for a while, but it is reported that they resumed work this morning. M. J. Nagle is making a thorongh test of the alleged new forage plant, sacaline at his farm south of town. He has a quantity of the seed in oold frames and also secured a dozen roots, eight of which are growing well. According to Mr. Nagle there is sacaline and sacaline. In its wild state it is unfit for stock; culti vated and improved it is valuable. A great quantity of the spurious stuff is on the seed market. Mr. Nagle says he has seen it growing in Germany, and knows that it is fit stock feed, but the only ques tion is whether it will flourish in the arid country without water. For Iteot. A honso iu good condition, containing a large parlor, sittiag-room, bed-room, dining-room nnd kitchen, a wood-shed and carriage honse oonneoted, on road leading to Cerrillos. Rent reasonable. Applyto A. Staab. The World's Fair Testa Showed no baking powder so pare or so great 'la leav enlng power as the Royal JURY COMPLETED. Twelve Good and Lawful Men in the Box Ready to Hear the Chaves Min der Case. Dp to the hour of the noon adjourn ment of the territorial district conrt to day, eleven jurors had been secured in the Chaves murder case and a talesman named Ewing was undergoing examina tion. The panel would now bo complete except for the fact that Judge Hamilton this morning excused Mr. W, H. Kennedy on account of continued ill health. 80 far sixty -two talesmen have been called, twenty-nine have been accepted and five challenged by the territory, eleven have been accepted and sixteen challenged by the defeuse, and one is being examined. This was the state of the case when the conrt resumed work at 1:30 p. m. Later The panel was completed by the aooeptanoe of the twelfth juryman about 8 p.m. PERSONAL. Mr. Ad. Gusdorf, of the firm of Gus dorf A Dolan, is confined at home by sickness. Mr. William Middleton, assayer for Lowthian & Co., at Bland, came in from the Cooaiti distriot last night and left this morning over the narrow gauge for Pueblo. Mr. C. W. Dudrow has been laid np for Some days with a crushed foot, one of those big horses having walked on the the member. He carries a healthy acci dent policy. At the Exchange: John J. Gussen hoven, W. Middleton, Bland; Chas. Smith, Battle Creek, Mich.; L. Clarke, Albuquer que; Lee H. Rnndisille, J. C. Klepinger, White Oaks. At the Palace: Dr. J. W. Donaldson and wife, Madrid; Jas. E. Johnson, En dee, N. M ; F. J. Doan, Detroit; L. Hirsch Chioago; T. G. Lawler, Illinois; T. W.Col lier, Raton; Herman Kind, New York; Wm. H. Whiteman, Albuquerque; Gray Warner, B. Reinkin, St. Louis; E. G. Judah, Los Angeles. Fine MoBrayer whisky at Colorado sa oon. NEW MEXICO NEWS. Springer people are busy making gar dens. Colfax county was vi&ited by a benefi cial rain on Sunday. Work will soon be resumed on the Aztec mine in the Baldy district. Machinery for the Albuqnerque can ning factory will soon be purchased. Dorsey is having stook yards put up with all rapidity. J. J. Shoemaker will ship 3,000 oattle therefrom, and the boys were rounding them up this week. The pnblio school fund at Springer having failed, a subscription list to main tain a private sohool is being circulated, which Manuel Salazar has headed with $25. San Juan Index: Contractor Brewer received a $2,121.50 cheok Wednesday from the territorial treasurer and secre tary in payment of balance due on the experimental station. The Citizens' olub of Las Vegas has raised the funds necessary to induce Dr. Gentry, lately oonneoted with the Fort Union health resort scheme, to establish a sanitarium at the Meadow oity. The famous "Midway" of the White city will be reproduced in minature at Grant's opera house under the auspices of the ladies of St. John's church, Albn querque, on the evening of May 8. , The Optic: During the month of April, the straight oarloads lots reoeived at the depot here, for the town of Las Vegas, amonuted te ninety-nine, whioh was more than an average of one a day more tnan were received during March. The trial of Jose Antonio Lucero y Pe- rea lor me murder or Demetrlo Sanchez at Ranches de Albuquerque on the 26th of January last was concluded at Alba' querque, the jury returning a verdict of guilty of murder in the first degree. Deming Headlight: A letter Inst re oeived by G. Wormser, of this city, from mr. venegas, who is in charge of the ous torn house property at Las Palomas, states that he is now nble to announce that the custom house at that point will posi tively be re-opened on July next. Silver City Sentinel: Ed Brannin, of the Hapello, brought in the largest cin namon bear skin last week that has been seen in this oity sinoe the one ex hibited a number years ago by Thos. Lyons, of the Gila. Young Brannin had a lively time before bruin surrendered. "Cerrillos," remarked Capt. Gainsley, of the firm of E. L. Washburn &, Co., Albu querque, "has not fully reoovered from the White Ash disaster, but themerohants whom I conversed with yesterday stated that the black olond of hard times is slowly parting, and that money matters will undoubtedly be easier in the next few weeks." Springer Stockman: H. M. Porter has oommenaed work on a big irrigating ditch. Starting at the junction of the Royado and Cimarron he will bring the water into storage reservoirs and from tbenoe into ditehes over his property west of town. This will greatly enhanoe the value of that already excellent plaoe, patting several Hundred aores more under Cultivation. NEXT BEST S8O S60 S50 1 A. J. FISCHER, AGT. Bicycle Sundries and Repairing. WHKKIA) FOB KKNT. IIP HARTFORDS. Awarded Highest Honors World' Fair. DHL MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free Irom Ammonia, Aiumoranyoinerauimwaiii, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Coclilti Mining Mention. Dr. John J. Gussenhoven, who is inter ested with Messrs. H. B. Cartwright and M. S. Otero in a croup of seven fine min ing claims in Colla canon, Cochiti mining dlBtriot, and an entnnsiasiio oeuever in the golden future of the camp, was among the New Mexican's callers yesterday. Dr. Gussenhoven expects his family from Holland in Santa Fe the nrst of the week Soon after he will leave for Holland with a view to interesting capital in the devel opment of his properties. ' Items of Interest By the Wabash Man. , Bulletin No. 4. The real and personal property in this oonutry is assessed at 17,13i,903,4fi. The Wabash Line is the shortest be tween Kansas City, and St. Lonis. Ele gant trains. Finest dining cars service. The fishermen along our coasts and in our waters, oatch $45,0CO,0OO worth of fish every year. The Wabash will ticket you to Chicago, Toledo, Detroit or any eastern point, and von will be perfectly satisfied. The farmers and stock raisers of this country have live stook valued at $2,208, 767,573. The Wabash runs through Sleepers from-Chicago to New York and Boston. The total valuation of all the farm pro ducts of every description was by the last censns $2,460,107,454. The Wabash runs through Sleepers be tweeu St. Lonis and Buffalo, New York and Boston. Our savings banks have $1,739,006,706 deposited with them as the surplus earn ings of the people. Any ticket Agent will recommend the Wabash as a Btriotly first-olass line. They have tried it. Look out for Bulletin No. 5. C. M. Hampson, Commercial Agent, Denver, Colorado DAVID LOWITZKI, HKADqCABTKBB FOB FURNITURE, MEW AND SECOND HAND - AT BED-ROCK PRICES The highest prioes paid for second hand goods. Your furniture will be taken, overhauled and repaired and sold on small commission. Give him a call before buying new or auction ing off yonr old household goods. STARK BROS. NURSERIES MKIUDSU. Largest Establishment in the West. MM ISI AXA, IO.-KOCKPORT, ILL -Founded 1825. (,000 Acres Nurseries 30,000 Acres Orchards II I I Mnntn Fe, Kew Mexico. Orders may be left at the store of Walker A miller. I no Kot Hay my . Clothes of Jake Levy 1 Do and That Is the Differ ence. LOOK AT THIS! PRICES LATEST style Cl'ftTOM WORK A SPECIALTY. Men's HntT fnllnn Women's ' VSe Personal 0TT0J0HNS0N&C0 S. SPITZ, The S-A.3STT.A. 3PE. UST. IMT. MILLINERY STAMPING PINKING. MISS MUGLER'S oriffin block FIRST NATIONAL BANK Santa Fe, New Mexico. Designated Depositary R. J. Pal en J. H. Vaughn rh I i Is I i I j Hjjj H I. a." -1 5 j PI CO a g i 1 5. I Attention to Prescription Counter. Jeweller. A Discovery, sorely; he's searched the heavens and discovered the constella tion of the Eye. It's a star of sight, and sight is au object of the first magnitude which is secured by studying the eye and its requirements. Only an expert opti cian can tell you what your eye requires, and you should always be possessed of this information. Yon can't get thor oughly acquainted with your eyes too soon. You may need glasses to strength en the sight or correot defects. The necessity of spectacles is an imperative necessity which is perilous not to meet immediately. We charge nothing for ex aminations, and carry everything in " optical goods. & FANCY GOODS. of the Unitec1 Ctotoc President - Cashier STOK '(XXEFHONB NO. 87. RESIDENCE TXLBPBONB MO. .