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VOL. 32. SANTA FE, N.'Mm -WEDNESDAY. MAY 29. 1895. NO 82 Opportunity Makes the Thief, the unlocked door invites intrusion. When you get a lock Ret a good one. Find something that'll give a thief more tronble than enough to break. The strongest padlooks low manufactured may be seen in oar stock of hardware. We believe that an Al artiole is none too good for ns to carry. That's what onr customers want and that's what we want them to have. That's what we do have, and onr ooetomers can have it too, at the lowest prices inVthe trade. Jnet mention what yen want in onr line; we'll answer for the rest. W. H.COEBEL, Catron Block Santa Fe. N. M. Geo. W. Hickox & Co. JEWELERS & SILVERSMITHS "Mannfaolnrerw of Mexican Filigree Jevre Iry." mm ; We bee to announce that we are again in the field fully equipped for -nil kinds of KTCHlMtt, KKUKAVINdi and WATCH ' WOKK, having secured the services of competent help in all these branches. Give its a call and Inspect the work we are turn- ' ingout. "OIHelnl Watch Inspector" of the A., T. A S. F. and A.AP. Lines. Catron Block Santa Fe, N. M. Branch Houses GEO. W. HICKOX & HIXSON, El Paso, Texas. GEO. W. HICKOX & FOX, Albuquerque, N. M. WAGNER & HAFFNEB DIALKK8 IN- FURNiiiiBE & wmm OiHDW, TH AI STOVES. We have a full line of Picture Frames and Mouldings and in fact everything in the household line. We will furnish you from the parlor to the kitchen on easy payments and bedrock prices. We carry the largest stock in the city. We repair all kinds of furni ture, sewing machines and muscal instruments. Remake mat tresses and all kinds of upholstering. PALAcffoTEL, SANTA FE, N. M. THE ONLY FIRST CLASS HOTEL IN THE CITY. RENOVATED THROUGHOUT. farms, from $3.00 to $4.00 per Say. Special Bates to Persons or Parties by the Week or Month. HERMAN CLAUSSEN, Prop. AN OCEAN HORROR. The Steamer Colima Lost In the Pacific-1 Passengers Missing Only 14 Accounted Par. San Francisoo, May 29. The Steam ship Colima with 182 persons aboard foundered off the coast of Mexioo on Monday. Fourteen passengers and five members of the crew reached Manzanillo, Mexioo, yesterday. Whether theremainder of the passengers and orew escaped in a small boat or went down with the ship is not now known. The Colima sailed from San Franoisoo on May 18 for Panama and way ports, She oarried 113 passengers, forty in the oabin, and thirty-six whites and forty six Chinese in the steerage. Officers and orew numbered seventy. Alexander Cen ter, general agent of the Paoifio Mail com pany, says he is ooofident other boats will oome in bat if there was any loss of life it will be impossible to give a fall list of the dead as on her way down the vessel donbtless picked np other pas sengers in addition to tnose from this eity. Following is a list of the pas sengers and destinations as far as known Uabin, U. H. Orrae. J. E. Roberts and wife, Prof. Harold Whiting, Mrs. Whiting and four children, Miss Helen Miller, W.H. Alder, W. H. Brine, all of New York; ueo. a. untitling, jonn N. Thornton, Mrs, Chas. Thornton, Miss Jessie Davis, Lewis H. Peters, all of San Jose, Guatemala; J, E. Ohilberg, Lang Chong and wife, Do mingo Albano, Chns. Stuokmann. on San Jose; J. W. C. Maxwell, H. M. A. Muller, Matilda Phelps, W. P. Spearin. of Callao: T.F.Bell, U.S. army; Geo. V. Gray, of Mazatlan; A. J. Sutherland, San Jose; Kicardo Merlos, Aoajutia; K. F. Urisby, raazauan: u. I. irvin, Han tierta; Mrs. K L. Brewer and family, one servant and three children, A. Lorenzo, San Bonito; in steerage, H. V. Union, H. P. Briokley, Johannes J. Monwens, John W. Crews, uustave Lewis, G. a. Ross, O. Wolske, J. H. W. Smith, L. L. Sangare, J. Denis Carey, W. Sohoenfield, W. J. Boyd, C. L. Collidge, T. W. Constantine, G. Rowan, Peter Golatas, F. Bolalean, John Keller. Albert Morton, Chas. Romein, Allen Mo Brill, Mrs. May MoMorrill, all of Mew York; George Farrell, Mrs. A. Glook and two children, John Stein, for San Jose, Guatemala; Antonio Ratnez, Jose Antonio S&liz, Jose Meril, Breno Gerda, Felix Silvera, all for Panama; C. W. MoCutchen, San Bias; Mrs. Diaz, Manzanillo; T. J. Oril, San Benito. The names and rank of the officers of the Colima are as follows: J. F. Taylor, oaptain; D. E. Griffiths, first officer; George Langborne, second officer; O. Hansen, third officer; W. T. Eirby, Sur geon William Wolfer, Parser, T. E. Brey, freight clerk; U. K. Richardson, store keeper; Wm. A. Smith, chief engineer; E. D. Rearadon, first assistant engineer; H. Finley, seoond assistant eneineer; F. Tommerg, third assistant engineer. Later. rue Merchant's Exchange has the following dispatch from Manzanillo: "Steamer Colima total loss. One hun dred and sixty passengers and erew lost. Twenty-one saved. Muoh bullion lost." Uenerons Pension Decision. Washington, May 29. Assistant Seore tary Reynolds has decided that where i widow is denied or deprived of a pension oy reason ot open adultery, the pension may be allowed to her minor children, or children of the soldier under 16 years of age, in the same manner as if the widow s right to the pension had terminated by her death. GEN. GRESHAM'S FUNERAL, Scenes at the National Capital Honor of the Itlstlnaolshed ' Statesman. In Washington, May 29. Before 8 o'clock this morning floral tributes to the late Secretary Gresbam began to arrive at the Arlington annex in which the remains of the secretary of state lay. Most of these were sent to the White house where religious services were held. Mrs. Ores- ham was so broken in spirit and ex hausted that she was prevailed upon not to attend the services at the White bouse. At 9 o'olook the family retired from the apartment containing the body. At 9:15 President Cleveland's carriage1 ar rived Dringing the president and Col, Wilson. Mr. Cleveland looked (ar from well. Five red-ooated trumpeters marched up Lafayette place and stationed them selves outside the line of mounted police to give the signal when the cortege de parted. Thirty seconds later a hearse drawn by two coal-black horses drewuo at the door. The president, followed bv members of the cabinet in the order of their rank, acting as honorary pall bear ers, descended the steps and stood with uncovered heads " while eight artillery men earried ont the casket Bhrouded iu the folds of the Amerioan flag. The stars and stripes oonld hardly be discerned for the flowers banked upon the casket. At the white bouse the funeral services were oonduoted by Bishop Hurst, of the Methodist church, and thence the remains were esoorted to the Baltimore & Ohio depot and sent by speoial train to Chicago where the burial will take place. THE MARKETS. New York, May 29. -Money on call easy at 1 V per cent; prime mer cantile paper, 2 &. Buyer, B7; lead, S.07. umoago. uatiie. stow, crenerallv 10c higher. Sheep, weak, fully lOo lower. nansas uity. uattle, market weak 10a lower; Texas steers, $3.60 $1.15; Texas cows, $2.16 $3.80; beef steers, $2.60 fo.vo; native eows, fl.BS m 14.60: stock ers and feeders, $2.50 $4.30; bulls, $2.40 HS ffi.f u. sneep, steady. Chioago. Wheat, May, 7976 ; July. 80 Corn, May, 63; July, 63. Oats, May, auyt Juiy, at. HOSTILITIES RENEWED. The Leader Head- New York, May 29. A speoial to the Herald from Santiago de Cuba says it is unofficially announced there that General Maximo Gomez, leader of the Cuban re volutionists, died Friday ' last from wounds in the right eheek reeeived at the battle of Dos Rios. JIEMORIAL tUY. Program for the Observance of the Patriotic Event To-morrow The Mayor's Proclamation. More Trouble Brewing In the Orient with Knssla and Prance Taking Part. M'KINLEY TURNED DOWN. S.WEDELES, WHOLESALE DEALER IN. mem 111! S. Office and Warehouse Lower 'Frisco St. Ganta Fe. New Mexico. THE SANTA FE BREWING GO, wottfrled Schroher, President. BBIWIBB AND BOTTLKBS OT Santa Fe Lager Beer. MANUfACTUBlBS OT SODA MINEBIL & URBONtTID VmRS. PATRONIZE THIS HOME INDUSTRY. Palace Avenue, - - Santa FoN.M. J. . SCHUMANN, The Foraker 1'aetlon Wins at the Ohio Republican Convention. Boots. SSioes & ILe&tkeF Findings. Cole Afjtnt for tfc cdrt 6 Pookortf Choes. Ganta Fa. - I tow toxica. Zanesville, Ohio, May 29. It was mid night when the Republican state conven tion, on the sixth ballot, nominated Gei. Asa Bushnell, of Springfield, for gover nor, vet the delegates were op early this morning working for their favorites for other nominations. They cheered Chair man Foraker heartily as he entered the nan. The convention reassembled at 9 a. m. Ex-Seoretary Foster, chairman of the oommittee on resolutions, presentod the platform whioh was adopted and chtered as it was read, especially the resolution on MoKinley and Foraker. Gen. A. W. Jones, of Youngstown, was nominated for lieutenant governor by aoolsmalion. General Jones was, like General Bushnell, a captain in the civil war, and both were on Governor For aker's staff and are great friends of the general. A CLKAN SOOOP. The Foraker men named the whole state tioket. They also seoured control of the state central oommittee. The most notable defeat to-day was that of Maior Charles Dick for auditor. He has been chairman of the Ohio Repnblioao state exeoutivs committee for three years, and was Gov. McKinley's political manager. Diok was defeated by W. D. Gilbert, one of the most aggressive Foraker men In the state. Senator. Sherman, Secretary Foster and other old time leaders ooonpied seats on the stage and saw the slaughter of the "moss-backs" by the "kids." It Is con ceded that MeEialey will be aooorded the Ohio delegation at the next national convention, bat it is whispered that the delegation will be no more sincere than those whioh Sherman had from the state when a candidate for the nomination for president. SHI TICIIT. -. Later. Following is the tioket com plete: Governor, Asa F. Bushnell, Spring field; lieutenant-governor, Asa W. Jones, xoungstown; auditor, w. V. Uuilbert, Caldwell supreme judge, Thadeus A.Min shall, Ghillieothe; olerk supreme oonrt, Josiah B. Allen, Athens; attorney general, Frank 8. Monnette, Findlay; treasurer, Samuel B. Campbell, Steuben vllle; for board of public works, E. L. Libarger, Coshocton. Msrdrrln listen Const)'. - A shooting affray took plaoe between two men employed oh the sheep ranoh of F. D. Wight, of Trinidad, forty miles north of Clayton, in whioh Castro Cordova was shot and instantly killed by Juan Hidalgo. Ill reeling originating in a quarrel at a danoe had long existed among them. Cordova was shooting birds with a six shooter and had fired away four of the six cartridges in his pistol. Home talk ot an unpleasant nature passed, when Cordova is reported to have (aid to Hi dalgo: "I'll show yon how to shoot now," at the same time picking op a Winchester and aiming it at him. The latter was, however, on the.watoh, and instantly fired hie two remaining cartridges at Cordova, eausing Instant death. Hidalgo at onee gave himself up, was brought to Clayton and confined in jail. London, May 29. A dispatoh to the Pall Mall Gazette from its correspondent at na ngnai says it is stated that a re newal of hostilities is imminent. The viceroy of Formosa is said to have re belled against the government of Pekic The Japanese ships areoleared for action Frenoh ships at Tamsui, Formosa, are also said to have been prepared for ao tion. In addition rumors of Russian in tervention are current at Shanghai and steamers have been ordered to Tien Tain with previsions in view of probability of tiussia becoming involved. Knse Hall To-morrow. Again to-morrow the Santa Fes and Atbletioa cross bats on the college grounds, tbis being tue third of a sarles of gf.mes arranged, the former clnb hav ing won both games already played. An admission fee of 26 cents, inoluding grand stand, will be charged. The game will start at 1 p. m. sharp. Following are tne names ana positions: ATHLETICS. POSITIONS. Ashford Catcher . . . SANTA FES, .....Nowell Knaebel Pitcher D. Shoemaker Estes First Base Parsons Garela Second Base Morgan Hill Third Base WeliVr Sanchez Short Stop .... J. Shoemaker O'Brien, J Left Field B. Parsons Ward, B Center Field G. CbssIiio Wynkoop Kieiit Field G. O'Brien yv am, j . . , siiustmite The Christian Kndeavor Kxenrslon The official route to Boston and return for the Christian Endeavor association, is the Santa Fe and Wabash: Leave Denver 1:30 p. m., Friday, June 6, taking up Colorado Springs, Pueblo and New Mexioo delegations en ronte, also par ties wishing to make eonneotions with the train at these points, arriving at unicago Sunday morning at v o'olook. The "Wabash Speoial" Christian En deavor train will leave Chioago at 8 p. m., Monday, taxing areas last at Niagara Falls Tuesday and spending the entire day there, arriving at Boston at p. m., Wednesday, June 12. Parties wishing to do so may leave Chioago at 8:30 or 10:30 p. m. on the regular Wabash trains, Sunday or Mon day. All desiring to go please make applica tion immediately to the. undersigned for sleeping oar accommodations. Further information cheerfully fur nished. One fare for the round trip. ' C. M. Hakpbom, Commercial Agent, - 1085 17th St., Denver. Fine MeBrayer whisky t Colorado sa loon. ' ' "' ' , Legal Notice. District Oonrt, County of Santa Fe. The Farmers' Loan 4s Trust Company . vs. (Chanoery) , , The Texas, Santa Fe 4 Northern Rail road Company et als. ' ' . No. 827S j. On- the application of the complainant in the above entitled cause, it is ordered that all holders of first mortgage bonds of The Texas, Santa Fe A Northern Rail road Company who claim the right of participation in the distribution of the proceeds of the sale now in oourse of ad vertisement under the deotee in the aaid cause, produce thoir said bonds and all interest coupons thereto appertaining before Antonio Joseph, Esq., Speoial Master, at or .before 11 o'clock on the 8rd day of June, A. D. 1895, at the office of the elerk of this court; and it is farther ordered that this order be published in The Santa Fe Daily Now Mexican from day to day. Dated at Santa Fe, May 28, 189S. If. B. Hamilton, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court : presiding iu the said Distriot Court in the absenoe of the Judge of the 1st Ju dicial distriot. A true eopy. (Seal) Gao. L. Wtlits, Olerk. Dt. Prtca'i Cream Baking Powder WerM's Pair Hlabtst M4il and INslssn. To-morrow, Memorial day, will be gen erally observed by the people of Santa Fe. The mayor has iBsued the follow ing: PROCLAMATION. In aooordanoe with the time honored custom of the patriotio people of our oonntry to observe May 80, as Memor ial day, dedicated to the memory of the patriotio dead, and at the request of the members of Carleton post No. 8, G. A. it., to unite with them in the memorial ser vices to be held at the National cemetery at Santa Fe, and believing that the time has oome when all sectional animosities should be laid aside, and all our people unite in cultivating a national fraternity, and patriotism; Now therefore, I, Charles F. Easley, mayor of the oity of Santa Fe, do hereby reoommend and request that on that day, the people of the city of Santa Fe dec orate their homes and places of business and during the memorial servioeB, in the afternoon of that day, they olose their places of business, and join with the mem bers of the Grand Army of the Republio in their memorial services at the National eeineterv! Chab. F. Easley, - Mayor. TBI PBOOBAU. The parade will form on Lincoln ave nue, its right resting on Palace avenue. The forward oommand will be sonnded by-bugle at 3 o clock p. m. sharp. 1 The procession will move by the north and east side of the plaza to San Fran oisoo street, and thence via Rosario ave nue to the National cemetery. OEDEB OF PBOOE88ION. Chief Marshal J. H. Sloan and Staff. Co. B, 1st New Mexioo Militin. Capt. William ntrover, iommaiiaing. Carleton Post, G. A. K., and Visiting Comrades. Sons of Veterans. Santa Fe Fire Department, Civic Societies. Schools. Federal, Territorial, County and City Officials. Ladles of the Floral Committee. Citizens in Carriages. Citizens Mounted. The following are named as aids to the marshal: J. R. Hudson, S. S. Beaty, E. L. Bartlett, C. W. Dndrow, Evaristo Lujero, Jose Cortez. Orderly to the marshal, Master Carl Bergmann. The members of the staff are requested to report mounted to the marshal at 2:30 p. ui., on the sonth side of the plaza. AT THE OEMETEBY. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report aw, ABSOLUTELY PURE WEEKLY CROP BULLETIN A Week of Beneficient Uains Tlirongli ont New JJpxico Eejoicing Among Farmers, Fruit Growers and Stock Raisers Prospects Brifflit. n. s. -1 85. ) Preliminary Address by Post Commander Francis Downs. Music Vocal. Prayer by the Post Chaplain. Ritual Address by the Post Commander. Decoration of Monument by theOliicer of the nay. Response by the Post Chaplain. Music Vocal. Scattering of Flowers upon Graves. Assembly. Address by Hon. A. L. Morrison. Salute to the Dead by Infantry Volley. Music Vocal. Taps. Members of Carleton poet, 5. A. R., visiting comrades and veterans are re quested to meet at the office of Comman der Downs, First National Bank building, at 2:45 p, m. sharp, to-morrow. The friends and relatives of comrades who are buried in other than the National cemetery are requested' to nail at Fire man's hall to-morrow morning at 10 o'olock, where flowers will be supplied for decorating graves of all old soldiers buried in Santa Fe. ROUND Ai50UT TOWN. Send flowers to Fireman's hall early to morrow morning. No paper will be issued from the Niw Mexican office to-morrow, Memorial day. Chief Bacon requests all firemen to report at 2 p. m. to-morrow to take part in the Memorial day exercises. Santa Fe boasts of having the only ra tional oemetery in the southwest, and to morrow more than 600 graves will be- deoorated. A daughter was born this morning to Mr, and Mrs. John H. Walker and Judge Walker is grand-pa again. Mother and child are doing well. Qeorge North, of Cerrillos, was in town yesterday offering to bet two to one that the verdict in the Chavez conspiracy oase would be hung up by a disagreement of the jury. His bets were promptly taken. Veterans Harry Snyder and Jim Bent- ley will lead the drum corps to-morrow, assisted by Messrs. Criohton, Hogle and others. The eorps will meet to-night at Captain Hudson's store for praotioe. The Carleton post oommittee on dec orations of graves outside of the national cemetery consists of W, S. Fletcher, August Weiler and Daniel Carter, and will meet at Firemen's hall at 9 a. m. to morrow. Willie Prince and Seldon Day went wading up the canou yesterday and the former found a bed of qniokaand that made life a very aeriona matter with him for a few minutes. In straggling to ex tricate himself he enoountered a piece of tin that out a deep gash in his foot. He will be laid np ten days as a result. The Texas, Santa Fe A Northern rail road, rnnning from Santa Feto Espanola, a distance of forty miles, will be sold in Santa Fe on June 8, to satisfy a judg ment for $1,160,288.88 held by the Farm ers' Loan A. Trust company, of New York. The Denver Republican says: "The Den ver A Rio Grand should buy in the Texas, Santa Fe A Northern when it is Bold on thaSdof next month. It is true that it can use that line now to reach Santa Fe, but it is not as though it were the owner. The Rio Grande never has paid suffio'eut attention to New Mexico as a traffiofiohl. Department or Aobicultube, Weather Bureau Santa Fe, N. M., May 28, 185. The past week has been one of rejoic ing among the farmers, fruit misers and stock growers of New Mexioo. The week oommenoed with a general rainstorm in progress. This proved to be heavy in the northern part and enongh to be of great benefit in the southern part. The greatest total rainfall reported for the week was 8.71 .inches at Gallinas Springs, about thirty miles southeast of Las Vegas. Oiruela, near Wagon Mound, was next in amount with 3.23 inches. Las Vegas with 2.07 and Ocate with 2.U4 inohes were next in line. In the sonthern part of the territory the rain was generally less than half an inch exoept at Roswell, where the record was z.27 inches. Everywhere the rain fell slowly and was all absorbed by the ground. The value of this rain can hardly be estimated. The weather dnring the J week was cool and generally more cloudy than usual. The loss of young lambs was increased by the cool weather and rain. Some alfalfa that had been cot just before the rain was injured bnt the ex tent of such damage was very Hmall. Fruit and crops of all kinds are in excel lent oondition and the stock ranges are rapidly improving. The following extracts from a few of the reports reoeived at this office will be found of interest: Albnquerqne Prof. M. R. Gaines Nice rainB on 2:id and 21th; rain fnlliug quietly and all aoaking into the gronnd. Conditions for feed and crops decidedly improved. Total rainfall for week half an inch. Alma Wm. Frenoh A nioe shower on the 21st and a real good rain all over on the 23d and 2-Uh. Look for marked im provement iu the ranges from now on. Azteo Prof. H. H. Griffin The weath er during the past week has been cloudy and cool with considerable rain. No frosts or detrimental conditions. Bernalillo. Brother Gabriel. Fruit is looking fine here. Immense improve ment during the past week. Vineyards are belter than years past. Corn and vegetables are quite large. Grazing is promising and will greatly improve on aooonnt of the fine rains. Alfalfa now in bloom and first crop will soon be cut. Engle. G. A. Foley. Two fine rains this week just in time to save the grass. Patches of greou begiunim to show already on the ranges. Galhras Springs. J. IS. Whitmore. During the past week 3.71 inches of rain fell. Have not seen suoh a rain for years. The ground in fine condition. Rain was very slow ana steady. A goou many lambs were lost durrg rain from getting chilled. Water everywhere on ranges and soon will be plenty of feed. Las Cruces. New Mexico Agricultural College. The past week has been favor able to plant growth. Everything look ing very promising, llie weather has been unusually clcudy and rainy for this time of year. Las Vegas. Dr. F. U. Atkins. The week has been cool and rainy and rather oloudy, but all favorable to crops. Addi tional planting going on. Rainfall 2.97 inohes. Los Lunas. R. Fohl. Rains during the past week have greatly benefited all kinds of vegetation and were of great value to stook ranges. Alfalfa outting in now in progress. . Uoate. K. M. Uosner. Six days ont ot seven have been raining with a total of 2.94 inohes precipitation. Splendid pros pect for fruits and crops. Good grass assured. Heavy loss of young iambs due to the oool rainy weather. Kincon. f). II. Kaitt. J he event of the week was the rain on the 21st. Wheat will soon be ready to harvest. First crop of alfalfa being ont now. Koswell. Soott Truxton. Heavy gen eral rain. Cattlemen jubilant. All out lying water holes fnll and cattle well back on unused ranges. In irrigated sections too muoh water for pleasure, but no harm done exoept to small qnantities of un- staoked hay. Rainfall, 2.27 inohes. Santa Fe. U. S. Weather Bureau. A steady soaking rain during the early part of the week was of the greatest benefit to all kinds of crops. Frnit in good condition. Springer. J. C. Stansell. Rainy week; total rainfall, 1.70 inohes. Watrous. Dr. J. E. Pnng. Past wtek very wet. Crops doing well. River very high. CLOSE TO 20,000. This Amount to Be Expended in Im provements at the National Ceme teryOfficial Notice of Contracts. Snpt. Theodore Joseph, of the National military cemetery, has received official advices informing him that the depot qunrtermnBter, U. 8. army, had awarded the building contracts for the cemetery as follows: Stone lodge and out-houses. Digneo Bros., $5,851; 1,585 lineal feet of stone wall, Q. Monier, $4,344.70. Con tracts already let for the grading and laying of walks, placing sewerage pine. the Hag pole, iron gptes, etc., cover nearly $5,000 more, and before the year is ont it is probable that fully $20,000 will hive beenepended here i beautifying this nine-acre enbnrban tnrH. TlriHron gates are elaborate in design and come from the Champion foundry at Canton, Ohio, at a oost of $550. Mr. Phil Harroun is employed ns civil engineer. Mr. Joseph is greatly elated over the progress of this work, and, if only the citizens will bring moral suasion enough to bear on the city council and have that new thoroughfare opened to the cemetery, he will be posi tively happy. N. B. 8o will the New Mexican. PERSONAL. Harrison, A. Pogue, At the Exchange: J. W. Glorieta; E. M. Rich, Socorro; El Paso. Mr. C. M. Creamer, who has been quite siok at home for two days, is reported somewhat better to day. At the Palace: D. K. Fitzhngh, El Paso, 11. W. Kelly, H. II. Wheelock, Las Vegas; J. B. Phleger, Cleveland. Moritz Leichtle, postmaster at Crib benyille, Eunebio Gerou nnd Santiago Valdcz, of Rio Arriba county, arrived last night to attend the U. 8. court. Mr. F. W. Clancy was np from Albu querque yesterday and appeared as attor ney before the land oonrt in the cele brated care of the Baird ranch, Mr. Jus tice Fuller presiding nt the hearing. Mrs. J. T. Stanley and her charming little daughter, of Parsons, Kas., have re turned to the Palace from Albuquerque and will remain hero some months. Many friends welcome them. Or. Price's Cream Buking Powdet World's Pair Highest Award- La Vecaa Hot Mnrlngs. Comtnenolns at onee round trip tickets will be planed on sale at Santa Fe, to Las Vegas at a rate of five ($5.00) dollars. Tlokets will be limited for return passage ninety (90) days from date of sale. H. 8. Lote, Agent. Qao. T. Nicholson, G. P. A, National Educational Association, Denver, Colo., July S to 1, 1NS. For the above occasion the Santa Fe ronte will plaoe on sale tickets to Denver and return at a rate of $19.80. Dates of sale July 5 to 8, but tickets will be sold to members of the oounoil on July 4. These tickets must be used from Colorado common points returning July 12, 13, or 18. Passengers wishing to remain in Colorado longer can on or before July 1G, deposit their tickets with joint agents at Denver, Colorado Springs, Manitou or Pueblo, and witedraw such transporta tion at pleasure for return passage any time prior to September 2, 1895. July 6 to 20 the Santa Fe route will also plaoe on sale round trip tiokets from Denver, Colorado Springs, Manitou and Pneblo, to all points in Colorado, and to Santa Fe at one fare for the round trip, final limit for September 1, 1895.. Stopovers allowed. Low rates to Salt Lake. For particulars call on agents of the Santa Fe route, H. 8. Lorz, Agent. Gio. T. Nicholson, G. P. A. Yon can get engraved visiting cards at the Niw MtxioAM, or have them printed from your plate if yon have one. Nervous ' People should realize that the only true and permanent cure for their condition is to bi found in having Pure Blood Because the health of every organ and tissue of the body depends upon the purity of the blood. The whole world knows the standard blood purifier ii Hood's Sarsaparilla And therefore it is the only true and reliable medicine for nervous people. 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