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No reduction in price made for "every other dav" advertisements. BILIOUSNESS Who has not suffered this misery caused by bile in the stomach which an inactive or sluggish liver failed to carry off. THE PREVENTION AND CURE IS liquid or powder, which gives quick action to the liver and carries off the bile by a mild move ment of the bowels. It is no pur gative or griping medicine, but purely vegetable. Many people take pills more take Simmons Liver Kegulator. f "I have been a victim to Biliousness for years, and after trying various remedies my only success was in the use of Him mons Liver Kegulator, which never failed to relieve me. I speak not of myself, alone, but my whole family." J. M. i'lLU man, Selma, Alu. JS-EVERY PACKAGE- Han our Z Stamp In red on wrapper. J. II. ZE1UN & CO., Philadelphia, Fa. METEKOLOGICAL. 0. S. Dbfartmsnt of Aghicultubh, WuATllltH BUKBAU OFFIOR OF OBSERVER Santa Fe, May 30. 1895. S3 Sgjg H W g Cf zo SS3 p a -5 gg, 5o ,'2J J3 S.B 2. an ? ? P-S. P " 8:00a. ro. 23 00 32 100 SW 10 It. Snw :0pm. 23 OS 42 Wi SW 12 I'ldy Maximum Temperature 42 Minimum Temperature 31 Total Precipitation 0.30 ti. n. mhhsby. UDserver, H, B.Cartwright& Bro DEALER!) IN Groceries, Feed and Produce. FRESH FRUIT & VEGETABLES Confectionery-Nuts. AGENCY FOB Hew Drop Canned floods Patent Imperial floor L'hasf-Nannorn'B Teas and Coffees Their Bread, Pies and Cakes can't be Beat. telephone Mo. 4. EXCHANGE HOTEL J. T. FORSHA, Prop. (4 (1(1 11.. n.n I'Oeatert In the Haul 17,00 I Cr UaVi "" of city. Special rates by the week or month for table board, with or without room. SOCIETIES. A. F. 4 A. M. Montezuma Lodge, No. 1, meets on the first Monday evening of each month at 7:30 o'clock, in the Masonio hall, in the Kahn block, San Franoisco St. Visiting brethren are fraternally invited. W. S. Habhoun, W. M. F. 8. Davis, See The World's Fair Testa showed no baking powder M pan or bo great la hay tnlng power at the RoyaL MSTEICT COURT DOINGS. What the Chavez Mnrder Trial Cost Verdict Generally Approved Fines Remitted Impaneling: United States Juries Other Court Notes. The righteous verdiot of "guilty" against the four murderers of Francisco Chavez has since been the absorbing topio of conversation among all classes of people and it has been generally and heartily approved by friends of law, order and justice, irrespective of politics. Many who have said little iu words have expressed their satisfaction by looks of contentment and freedom from anxiety more full of meaning than words. It lifted a burden of uneasiness and solici tude from the nriuda of the ooramuuity and inspired well meauina- men with fresh confidence and hope. Doubtless it caused some guilty ones to tremble and hang their heads as they skulked oft to dark and secluded places, This is one of the wholesome effects of the verdict. WHAT THE TRIAL COST. During the five weeks and two days the Chavez murder case was on trial about 100 witnesses were sworn, about 100 j urors and talesmen were summoned and an un usually large force of deputies and bailiffs was necessarily in constant attendance. Thus the expenses of the trial were unavoid ably large. Clerk Wylljs says that the total cost of the trial will foot up in the neighborhood of $5,000. The Exchange hotel's bills for boarding jurors and bail iffs in this trial and also iu the Vialpando and Friday murder trials amouut to about $1,500. Politically the jury was composed of six Democrats and six Republicans. It is understood that the first ballot in the consultation room stood eight to four in favor of conviction of murder in the first degree, the four who voted iu the nega tive not questioning the guilt of the accused, but being reluctant to sign a verdiot which involved capital punish ment. It is believed by well informed persons about the court that the jury would not have been out an hour if the punishment provided by law had only been life imprisonment. During the trial Judge Hamilton fined Bernardino B. Baca $10, and Charles Conklin $5 for contempt of court, but, upon explanation that the facts had been misrepresented to him, the judge re mitted the fines in both cases. COURTS THIS FORENOON. Judge Hamilton opened both United States district court and the the speoial term of the territorial district court at 9 o'clock this morning. Doubt less owing to the bad condition of the roads all the United States jurors sum moned on the special venires were not present, only twenty grand and twenty petit jurors reporting, and a recess was taken until 2 p. m. The territorial court was also adjourned to the same hour An attachment was issued and placed in the hands of Deputy Marshal Loomis yesterday for Jose G. Gutierrez, of Santa Cruz, summoned on the regular panel a grand juror, but, upon the explanation of Deputy Loomis that Gutierrez was 65 years old and sick, the judge dismissed the attachment. A number of pleas of guilty to minor offenses were also en tered up in the United States court OTHER COURT NEWS. Hod. E. A. Fiske returned from Spring er last night. His client, Dr. S. I. North, of Clayton, charged with complicity with John C. Hill and Jack Woods in the wholesale stealing of cattle, some two years ago, was acquitted. The case was so clear that the defendant's attorneys, Messrs. Fiske and W. C. Wrigley, sub' mitted it without argument. Hill and Woods are now on trial, beiug defended by T. B. Catron and E. V. Long. Mr. 11. W. .Loomis, deputy U. 8. mar shal, came up from Sooorro yesterday. where he had been as a witness in the case of the U. S. vs. Felipe Padilla and Margarito Madrid, charged with the as sassination of Mail Carrier Jose Romero in western Sooorro county iu December, 1893. Mr. Loomis arrested the accused, Their defense is based on the alib theory, but Attorney Hemingway has pretty well knocked it out. One of the witnesses for the defense, Dionioio Lopez while on the stand testified that he had never been convicted of any crime. Ex animation of the records shows him to have been once oonvioted of perjury and his sentence suspended pending good be havior. He is now in jail by order of Judge Laughlin. The assassination case will probably be submitted to the jury to-night. ROUND ABOUT TOWN. And sure enough, "the next day it snowed." . "Who ever heard of wearing an overoont here on the 29th of May?" There are several unlicensed dogs yet at large no the streets. Nab 'em. About two years ago the enterprising ladies of Santa Fe took hold of the mat ter in earnest and now the Santa Ft plaza is one of the most beautiful spots in New Mexico. And what has been done there can just as successfully be done here. Albuquerque Democrat. Santa Fe is doing more this season in the building line than for many years past. Note the advertisement of E. Andrews elsewhere in this paper offering fine cows for gale. ' ' ' ' Mr. W. H. Pope, of the law firm of Vio- tory & Pope, has been appointed United States court commissioner. Matters touching the rebuilding of the capitol are getting on swimmingly, There's a good deal of enterprise in poor old Santa Fe after all. A cablegram from Scotland, received by Donald McRae yesterday, oonveys to him encouraging news regarding the Anaconda mine at San Pedro. Distriat Attorney Crist was the reoipi ent yesterday of many congratolatory telegrams upon his able and suooessfnl conduct of the Chavez murder trial. Mr. Eugene S. Smith, of Americus, Ga., formerly with Henry Clews fc Co., New York, and an experienced hotel man, has been a health seeker here for several weeks, and yesterday he "caught on" in good shape when Mr. John O. Plank ten dered him the chief clerkship at the Mon tezuma hotel. There were 275 applicants for the position nnd Mr. Smith and his friends naturally feel elated over his success. Send flowers for Memorial day to Fire men's hall early on Sunday morning. Bernardino B, Baca, who was a witness for the proseoution iu the late Chavez murder trial, was vioionsly assaulted with a billiard cue this forenoon by Toman Montoya, presumably because his testi mony was not satisfactory to his assail ant. Rumors are also rife that some of the jurors in the case have been assaulted, but, as they have not attached enough im portance to the matter to report their assailants to the proper officers, the ru mors have probably been exaggerated. Capt. Sylvester Davis came up from his splendid farm at Galisteo this fore noon. He says not in years have the pros pects been so good for the Santa Fe county farmer and stock grower. The corn rows on his farm are 800 yards long and you oau nenrly see the stuff growing, Farmers in Galisteo valley will this year indulge in the unusual luxury of harvest ing two orops of red top. Secretary G. W. Kuaebel, of the Board of Trade, has secured several hundred copies of ex-Gov. Prince's address on bimetallism given before the last Trans Mississippi congress, and is prepared to send them to the address of the friends of any citizen, The annual eleotion for publio school directors in the various oonnty school districts will tako place on Monday next Meetings will be held to-morrow night to name the candidates. Under the law only tax-payers are entitled to vote for school directors. Mr. W. B. Stevens, Washington cor respondent of the St. Louis Globe-Demo orat, writes U. S. Attorn 3v Reynolds that he will arrive here on Monday next to make for the Globe-Demoorat a detailed report of the famous Feralta land grant case. The trial will commence iu the U. S. land court on Monday. v Tho base ball game, which was to have been played yesterday afternoon, has been postponed to Sunday next. The game billed for Cerrillos between the Silver Coinage and the Santa Fe teams was also deferred. The Las Vegas team will prob ably run over an excursion nnd play in this oity one week from Sunday. Now that the Chavez conspiracy trial is over, the crowds that have been sitting about the plaza and court house for weeks had best get a move on them selves and go to work in their fields and gardens and about their homes. All the talking in the world is not going to change the verdict and much ill-feeling may be prevented by every citizen at tending strictly to his own particular business. Bis Kvcnt at Vegas. General Manager John O. Plank, of the Las Vegas hot springs hotels, acoom panied by his family, O. B. Gourlay and George T. Verreault, a speoial correspond ent for tho American Associated press, arrived in Santa Fe early yesterday morn ing iu a private oar. Mr. Plank is going over the entire Santa Fe system aud all its branches advertising the opening of the Mountain house on June 5 and the Montezuma hotel June 20. On June 21 will oocur the dedication of the Masonio temple at Las Vegas. The festivities will begin with a grand parade at U a. m., to be followed by the dedicatory exer cises, followed by a grand banquet and ball which will take place at the Montezuma hotel. The Great Western military band of twenty-six pieces, especially engaged for the occasion in Chicago, will furnish the music The secretaries of all lodges are re quested to notify their respective leaders that a general invitation is extended to them, and notice of the number of mem bers likely to attend should be sent in to Mr. Flank by June 10. The Santa Fe road will make a speoial one fare rate, to hold good for two weeks, over the entire system. Nervous People And those who are tired out and have that tired feeling or siok headache can be relieved of all these symptoms by tak ing Hoods Sarsapanlla, which gives nerve, mental and bodily strength and thoroughly purifies the blood. It also creates a good appetite, enres indigestion, heartburn and dyspepsia. Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy in aotion and sure iu effect. 25o. Milk Punch 10 ots a glass at the Colo rado saloon. PERSONAL. Mr. Henry Essenger is in town from Las V egas. , Mr. D. K. Fitzhngh, U. S, pension ex- aminer, is at the Palace. Mr. F. G. Solomon, of Solomonville, A, T., is a gnest at the Palaee. Solicitor General Victory is at Las Tegas to attend a meeting of the terri torial cattle sanitary board. At the Palace: H. H. Overman, Wiohita; M. Z. Farwell, La Jnnta; F. Bond, Es- panola; Hugo Harwenke, Henry Esslnger, Cincinnati. The Right Reverend J. Mills Kendrick and Mrs. Kendriok arrived from Albu querque yesterday morning and are stay ing at the Palace. At the Palaoe: C. T. Hogan, Cerrillos; C. Milligan, Philadelphia; Jas. Ben Hey, Cochiti; W. G. MoAfie, J. F. Steele, Silver City; T. J. Coony, Las Vegas. Mr. M. Z. Farwell, the well known La Junta banker, is at the Palaoe. He is here on land court business in connec tion with the Petaoa grant. Judge H. B. Hamilton, always highly regarded in this community, but now more firmly than ever entrenched in the confidence and respect of law-abiding people here, returns to his home in So corro this evening. Mr. 8. Mallet-Provost, assistant United States attorney specially detailed to hunt op evidence for the government in the Peralta land graut case now pending be fore the United States court of private land claims, has returned to Santa Fe from Spain and is stopping at the sani tarium. MEMORIAL EXERCISES. Postponed on Account of the Storm- Will Occur on Sunday Afternoon. The storm yesterday did not prevent some twenty members of . Carleton post from turning out and marching to the National cemetery, where the graves of over 400 veterans were decorated. "Jim" Bentley, a veteran drummer of the 50th Ohio Volunteers, furnished the music for the occasion. The ritual portion of the ceremonies, inoluding the address by the Hon. A. L. Morrison, will be carried out in full at 3 p. m., on Sunday. The program for the services on that day will be the same as published in these ooluinns on Wednes day afternoon. The beautiful floral tribute sent by Mrs. Wynkoop to deoorste the grave of her husband, Colonel Ned Wynkoop, was very muoh admired. A XOUOHINO SPECTAOLK. . TO the Editor of the New Mexica n. Sir: Spite of the extraordinary in clemency of the elements a faithfui little band of veterans went yesterday to visit and adorn the graves of their dead com rades. It touched me to the quiok to see that forloru little procession facing the Bnowstorm to escort the floral tributes to the National military oemetery, and to my mind that bugle and snare drum dis coursed finer music than many a gran military band. Sir, it is the devotion to country and duty typified by that little company that will always keep this great country in the world's fore-front. Santa Fe's sincere well-wisher, r. William H. GuLLiroBD THE NEW MEXICAN. Daily, English Weekly and Spanish Weekly editions, will be found on sale at the following news depots, where subscriptions may also be made: A. 0. Teichman, Cerrillos. S. E. Newcomer, Albuquerque. B. T. Link, Silver City. J. B. Hodgen, Deming. O. O. Miller, Hillsborough. B. Dailey, East Las Vegas. L. It. Allen, Las Vegas. San Felipe, Albuquerque Jacob Weltmer, City. -Fletcher & Arnold, Bland, N. II. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Forty Years the Standard. Bicycle Sundries LAMPS BELLS SWEATERS LOOKS CYCLOMETERS All kinds of COAT CARRIERS Bicycle Ac- STOCKINGS oessories. CAPS peicb $100' Ml BEST- S8O $60 S50 A. J. Fischer, Agt. WIIEKLH FOR KENT. Henry Krict SOLE AOINT FOB LEMPS' ST. LOUIS jEBIHjjEljDE. The trade supplied from one bot tle to a carload. Mail orders promptly filled. Ciunnalupe (it. Santa Fe. SOL. SP1EGELBERG, CLOTHING & GENrO FURNISHINGS. HA.TS, CJUPS, Alse a complete Km at Boy Oettv ing. Clothing t njm H aawat mat $ LOOK AT THIS! PRICES LATEOT style CIIMTOM WORK A SPECIALTY. Men's Hair Mallaa- Me Women's ' 40 Lower Vrlsea Ht. op. 1st Mat. Bank' Awarded Highest Honors World's Pair. Dix it. o 2J CREAM MEM . MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free ftom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. A SNOW STORM. A Sloppy Time in Santa Fe Yesterday No Damage to Fruits aud Field Crops. "The unexpected," that happens some times even at this altitude, oame yester day. When the people awoke they fonud two inohes of snow, covering mother earth and the frnit and shade trees weighted to the ground with a wet, heavy coating of "the beautiful," that looked very ugly. Snow and rain, mostly snow fell nearly all day. The oldest inhabitant gave it np, and the man who talks about "our Italian climate" was not to be seen Many fears for the effects upon the heavily ladened fruit trees and the ex tensive area planted to truok garden and field orops were expressed, but when, at S o'clock last evening, the sun oame out, and a warm wind started up, a sigh relief was nttered by the community, l he snow soon disappeared, and was really very beneficial to all orops, injur ing none of them, not even beans nor tender flower plants. However, the fruit and shade trees were somewhat damaged by the breaking of branohes. Similar storms to this oocurred at Santa Fe six and again twelve years ago. The united States weather bureau re ports yesterday's precipitation at 1.80 inohes, making the total rain fall for May 8 46 inches, the greatest- for the month twenty-two years. The only years ap proaching this are 1881 and 1891 when the rain fall. amounted respectively to ,9l and B.21. Cows for Hale. I have for sale a few Jersey, Holstein and fJnrham cows, frioes very oheap. E. Amdbbws, Re-Opening of Montecnma Hotel, Las Veaas Hot Mprlnaa. This famous mountain resort will be re.-opened June 20, 1896. The Mountain House, near by and nnder the same man agement, will be opened June 1. For passenger and hotel rates and general in formation call on agents Santa Fe route. H. S. Lotz, t. Agent, Santa Fe, N. M, Gio. T. Nicholson, G. P. A. The V. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to alt others. DAVID LOWITZKI, HIADQUABTIBS FOB FURNITURE, NEW AND SECOND HAND AT BED-ROOK PRICES The highest prices paid for seoond hand goods. Your furniture will be taken, overbanled and repaired and sold on small commission. Give him a oall before buying new or aaotion ing off your old household goods. ANTONIO WINDSOR. Architect & Contractor Close FigOTULtv, Hodern Methods, Skilled Ileohanios Plans and specifications furnished on application. Correspondence so licited. Santa Fe, N. M. til 1 If 111 rfV Personal Attention to Prescrij STV-E TELEPHONE NO. 87. BKSID S. SPITZ, The &JL.2ZTJ FBS. HT. To cross the bridge to good sight, take to glasses. There are any number of per sons who have defective sight ' without knowing it. They don't understand what defective sight means or appreciate the oonsequences of negleoting it. Impaired sight never becomes better of itself. Re course ojuet be had to the only remedy of properly fitted spectacles. There are no eyes that we can not fit perfectly. Oar examinations are always free. Don't delay having your sight tested to deter mine what it requires. It will cost you nothing to do so, and it may cost you muoh not to take this precaution. STAMPING , PINKING. MISS MUCLER'S or(Ffin block FIRST NATIONAL BAM Santa Fe, New Mexico. Designated Depositary R. J. Palen - J. H. Vaughn M I a g t C3U.S j!"! M I P H i y h m f 1 1 1 i? H I I 1 Sg Jeweller. JUL. & FANCY GOODS. of the United States President Cashier . 84.