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TUESDAY. JUNE i. Notice Is hereby given that orders given by employes upon theNnw Mkxican Printing Co., will not be honored unless previously endorsed by the business muuuger. x at leu Requests for back numbers of the New Mexican, must state date wanted, or they wl receive no atwAtion. A'lvcrtiMillS Kates. Wanted One cent a word each Insertion. Local Ten cents per line each insertion. " heading Local Preferred position Twen y-live tents per line each insertion. Uillajed Two dollars an inch, single column, per month in Daily. One dollar an inch, single column, in either English or Spanish Weekly. Additional prices and particulars given on receipt of copy of matter to be inserted. Prices vary uccordiug to amount of matter, length of time to run, position, number of changes, etc. I hie copy oidy of each paper in which an ad. appears will be sent free. Wood base electros not accepted. No display advertisements uccepted for less th-u $1 net, per mouth. No reduction in price made for "every other dav" advertisements. "Aa old as the hills" and never excell ed. "Tried and proven " is the verdict o f millions. S immons Liver Regu V lator is the tiPTrPfowX Liver A-JOi't'Ol and Kidney medicine to which you . can pin your faith for a JL Id CI 71 mUilde "laxa tive, and purely veg etable, act jrv J J ing directly A C on the Liver JL fffO and Kid neys. Try it. Sold by all Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder to be taken dry or made into a tea. The King of Liver Medicines. " 1 have used your Simmons Liver Regu lator and can conscienclously say It is the klni! of all liver medicines, I consider it a medicine chest in itself. Geo. W. Jack hun, Tacoma, Washington. t -EVERY PACKAGE'S Ha the Z Stamp In red on wrapped METKROLOGICAL. 0. S. Dbvartmrnt of Aqbioultuks, ' katuuk Huheau Office of Oijsekvhk Santa Fe, June 2.1895. 320; B-8 2 33 2.0 So tr S8S. 6:00a. in. B:00p. n, 23 U 2i 18 S NW Cldy iClear Maximum Temoerature Minimum Temperature 42 Total Precipitation u. H. H. H busby. Observer. B.Cartwright&Bro IIE4IFRS IN Groceries, Feed and Produce. FRESH FRUIT & VEGETABLES Oonfectionery-Nuts. AOKNOT FOB Dew Drop Canned Woods Patent Imperial flour rhaHf-Hunboru's Tea and Coffees ' Their Bread, Pies and (Jakes cau't be Beat. Telephone No. 4. EXCHANGE HOTEL. J. T. FORSH A, Prop. tH Ml fl. . ft Located .In the Bol- WiUU IT UdVi " portion or elty lull l LI UJI B.K. eJVnraf pim Special rates by the week or month for table board, with or without room. SOCIETIES. A. I'. A. M. Montezuma Lodge, No. 1, meets on the first Monday eveuing of each month at 7:30 o'olook, in the Masonio hall, in the Kahn block, Ban Franoisoo St. Visiting brethren are fraternally invited. W. 8. Habbodn, W. M. F. 8. Davis, Beo. The World's Fair Tests thowed no baking powder to pun or so great In lam aalng power s the Royal PERALTA GRANT CASE Before the United States Laud Court Opened by Attorney Reynolds Keavis Has Not Materialized. The United States eonrt of private claims, with a full bench, all the regular staff of officials and a large attendance of attorneys, resumed work at 10 o'clock this morning iu the federal building. The Peralta-Reavis Arizona land grant case, an extended account of which was given in these oloumns yesterday, was at once called. Mr. Matt O. Reynolds, United States attorney, opened the case for the government and was followed by Mr. S. Mallet-Prevost in the same be half. Neither James Addison Peralta-Reavis uor his attorneys have so far material ized. Messrs. X. A. Borton and J. T. Kiuney, of Phoenix, represent the heirs of Miguel Peralta in Arizona and will un dertake to establish the validity of the alleged grant in the interest of their clients. It is doubtful whether the Feralta Reavis people will show up. The work of taking testimony on the part of the government will probably begin this af ternoon. I nlteit Ntntt-t Court. Both the United States grand and petit jnries were organized yesterday and after brief instructions from Judge Langhlin the former opened its sessions. A large number of witnesses and litigants from various parts of the distriot are in attend ance. Angelito Garcia, alias "Trilby," of Santa Fe; Mrs. Mary Shea and Jose Maestas y Fernandez, of Rio Arriba county, eutered pleas of guilty of viola tion of the Edmunds not, and were sen tenced to six months each iu the peni tentiary. lias Veens Coming;. Word was reoeived by Secretary O'Brien, of the Santa Fe base ball team, from the Las Vegas secretary to the effect that his club would visit Santa Fe and piny two games, the ooming Saturday and Sunday. Vegas has greatly strength ened her olub, so it is said, by enrolling several new members. Au excursion train will be run over and a large num bei of the Meadow city folk will aoooin pany the boys. ROUND ABOUT TOWN. Local builders and meohauics have their hands full. Seven persons languish intheoity ward of the county jail. Merohant Harrison, in from Glorieta, says a dozen residents from El Paso have pitched camp on the upper Pecos to stay all summer. Messrs. Johnson & Co., the enterpris ing shoe dealers, are now comfortably domiciled in their new quarters opposite the First National bank. A congregational meeting will be held at the Presbyterian ohuroh on Wednes day evening, June 12, for the purpose of taking action in the matter of selecting a new pastor. The town ball clubs are negotiating with Cerrillos and Sauta Fe; and the de sire is to play the nines of both-ef those towns on next Sunday, at Santa Fe, tak ing one in the forenoon and the other in the afternoon. Las Vegas Optic. Messrs. Gusdorf fc Dolan have pur chased 100,000 pounds of wool during the past two weeks for shipment to the Bos ton market. They are paying from 9 to 11 cents per pound which is 8 to 5 oents more than the ruling price one year ago. What's the matter with the bikerB? There are some fifty wheels in town nnd yet there is no riding course which oan be used as a common point of assembling for mutual enjoyment. Let the wheel men get together, organize a olub and give the publio some exhibition runs. It appears that John Conway & Son have transferred their saloon li"3nse to Franke it Steiu for three months and they are ruuning the plaoe. The Bon Ton restaurant was also re-opened last night by Ben Harris, former cook for Conway. Police Magistrate Antonio Borrego tried twenty-four cases during the month of May. Seventeen of the defendants were charged with drunkenness and seven with breaohes of the peace. All were con victed and either paid their fines or were sent to work on the streets. Kev. A. Hoffman, of 1 Paso, Texas, will deliver a lecture on Old Mexioo, at the M. E. church, on Wednesday night, June fi. No admission fee will be charged but a oolleotion will be taken. Rev. Hoffman is noted for eccentricities and is also witty. You are especially invited to attend this lecture. Messrs. A. F. Easley and W. W. Miller, of this city, under authority of the sur veyor general, are surveying government land in the vicinity of Bosque Seco and Earlham, Dona Ana oounty. They will relocate the lines and straighten ont j things generally to the great satisfaction of the residents. Citizens should see to it that the re mainmg bodies in the old cemetery are removed. At Fairview tbe grounds are beginning to present a much improved appearance. Several owners of plats have set out flowers and seeded the ground to grass and Secretary W. E Griffin is giving them all the attention necessary to keep them crowing. Under instructions from Washington, Col. Jones, superintendent of the United States Indian school, has prepared a very attractive exhibit of the handiwork of the Indian boys and girls under his eare for display at tbe Atlanta Cotton States industrial exposition. Many have ex pressed a desire to view the exhibit, and the Nkw Mexican is pleased to note that it may be seen on Friday in the show window of Mr. Spitz' jewelry establish ment. V.ity IMiblie HrhoolH. At a meeting of the city schools board last night a statement was submitted by H. S. Lutz, Mignel Gorman and J. R. Hudson, the finance committee, showing the estimates of the various officers as to the probable amount of school money available for the ooming -year. The oity schools are some $9,000 in debt, bat by September the board thinks its available funds will be suftiiiient to pay off this in its entirety and leave a comfortable amount on hand with which to run the public schools henceforth on a striotly cash basis. No teachers are to be em ployed until after July, at which time something more definite relative to the funds will, likely develop. The board took no action as regards oomplianoe with the law requiring that some person other than a school direotor shall be ap pointed clerk. PROBABLE MURDER. Tomas Dominguez Assaults Clemente Gutierrez A Woman in the Affair. At .I o'clock this afternoon Tomas Do mingnez assaulted and probably killed Clemente Gutierrez. The latter, a hand some young fellow, nephew of Albino Ortega, was caught south of town iu oompany with the ohubby little wife of Dominguez, and a big rook in the hands of the irate husband laid out the gay Lothario and left him for dead. The wife fled and gave the alarm and friends of Gutierrez took his limp body home. At 4 o'olook he was yet alive. Domin guez was arrested by Officer Maximo Martinez and looked up. He says ho had suspected wrong between Gutierrez and Mrs. Dominguez for mouths and admit ted having made the assault. PERSONAL. Mr. Gerard D. Koch is down on a visit from San Juan. Mrs. Summers Burkhart, of Albnquer que, is a guest at the Palace. Mr. W. 8. Williams, editor of tho Chief tain, arrived from Sooorro this morning. Mr. J. A. Walker, United States secret service agent at Denver, ia in town to day. Mr. J P. Foree, of Ojo Caliente, re turned last night from a trip to Lincoln oounty. Mr. Albert W. Stewart, a friend of Hon. C. M. Shannon and wife, is in the city from Dallas, Texas. Mr. C. S. Jones, of Lincoln, Neb., a true-blue silver Democrat and an ardent admirer of ex-Congressman Bryan, is at the Palace. Judge S. B. Newcomb is in the capital from Mesilla valley. He says a flue fruit orop, including peaches, is assured down that way. At the Exchange: Mrs. S. Speaver, East View, N. M.j W. S. Zuhn, C. A. Hoff, San Franoisoo; Z. L. North, El Bito; J. P. Foree, Ojo Caliente; J. Robinson, Sooorro. At the Palace: A, W. Stewart, Dallas; J. D. Monition, Phoenix; Bernard Rodey, H. L. Warren, Albuquerque; J. A. Walker, Denver; W. S. Williams, Sooorro; A. L. Simpton, Indiana; C. S. Jones, Lincoln; George Curry, Roswell; Mrs. L. W. Piatt and daughter, Augusta. THE DEED PASSED. The Narrow Gaiiffe Sale Confirmed anil the New Buyer Assumes Charge of the Koatl. In the district court yesterday after noon, Judge Laughlin issued an order confirming the sale of the T., S. F. & N. railroad to C. W. Waterman, of Denver, attorney for the Farmers' Loan & Trust company, and the deed for the property was formally passed, being signed by Hon. A. Joseph, special master. Mr. Joseph left for home this morning, but within thirty days will olose up his du ties as master and ask to be discharged. Beginning tn-day the road ceased to be operated in the name of E. R. Chapman, receiver, and until a reorganization is perfected will be operated in the name of C. W. Waterman, legal representative of both the trust company and D. it R. G. company. In its new time card the D. Si R. G. schedules through trains from Den ver to Santa Fe, and it is now relaying the rails on the Veta pass branch with a view to running traius over that part of the road daily instead of tri-weekly as now. This looks like the D. & R. G. were coming south determined to do business. NOT JAMES J. DOLAN. Senator Curry Corrects a Misleading Paragraph James A. Not James J. Dolan Missing A Silver Suggestion. Hon. Geo. Curry, who represented Lin' coin, Chaves and Eddy counties in the last territorial oonncil and reoently ap pointed clerk of the distriot courts in the 5th judicial distriot by Judge Hamilton, oame up from the south this morning, He reports plenty of rain and smiling faces among the ranch and stookmen of southeastern New Mexioo. He expeott formally to assume the duties of olerk of the court soon after the adjournment of the present term at Sooorro. I I Mr. Curry oalls the Niw Mexican's at tention to the foot that the acoonnt of the disappearance of James A. Dolan from Gold Mill, urant oounty, some months ago, printed in these columns yesterday, is liable to do a serious wrong to James J. Dolan, of Lincoln, who holds no publio oiiioe, possesses ample wealth and enjoys the respect and confidence of a large circle of acquaintances in southern and southeastern New Mexioo. He is in no way related to James A. Dolan; is the trusted manager of tbe Felix Cattle oom pany; and Mr. Curry says he saw him and talked with him at Linooln about a week ago. It seems strange that the White Oaks, Eddy and other papers let this matter slip into their columns without explanation. Speaking about sliver, Mr. Curry re marked that no compromise would go on that vitally important subject and he was rejoiced to see the Democrats so rapidly falling in line on the free ooinage proposition at 16 to 1. He also made the excellent suggestion that Hon. W. J. Bryan, of Nebraska, or Silver Dick Bland, of Missouri, should be secured to deliver a silver address at Albuquerque daring tho coming territorial ralr and national irrigation congress. The sug gestion should be adopted. Either Bryan or BUnd would be a great attrac tion at Albuquerque. liont. A gold breast pin, having flowers fn the eenter with a diamond surrounded by pearls. Reward if returned to Nnw Mex ican. Milk Punoh 10 eta a glass at the Colo rado saloon. MUNICIPAL MATTERS. Regular Meeting of the City Fathers Last Night Monthly Reports Other Routine Business. The city oounoil met in regular 'session last evening with Mayor Easley in the chair. Couuoilmen Andrews, Delgado, Domin guez, Garcia, Holmes, MoCabe and Sena answered at roll call. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. The city treasurer reported as follows for the month of May: Cash on hand on May 1 and reoeipts for month, $635.74; warrants paid, $105.62; cash on hand, $580.22. The city clerk reported licenses col lected daring May, $180; paid city treas urer, $177; paid for a set of steel letters, $2.50; postage, 50 cents; warrants issued, $1,481.61, inoluding $735 for sprinkling wagon, horses and harness. Both reports were reports referred to the finance committee. The report of the police magistrate was referred without reading to the finance and police committees. The report of the city marshal was disposed of in like manner. City Treasurer Jones reported that a warrant for $65.80, stood against the de fioit fund, and that there was only $2.28 in that fund. Referred to the committee on finance. The finance committee was granted nntil the next meeting of the oounoil to report on the matter of the appeal of the Sauta Fe grant case to the supreme court. .' An ordinance, forbidding the driving of vehieles over fire hose, was passed. The city marshal having discharged the jailer, as per instructions, was author ized temporarily to employ an assistant street commissioner, payable at the rate of $25 per month out of the jail fund. He was also instructed to keep the two night policemen ou duty from 6 o'olook in the evening nntil 6 o'clock in the morning and to aBsign thorn to regular beats. Antonio Ortiz y Salazar, who has been receiving $14 per month from the city for upwards of two years for the use of his old building ou Water street as a jail, complained that the building had been turned back to him in bad condition and asked that the city repair the same. Re ferred to the police committee. Sundry bills were allowed in accord ance with tho reoommendation of the finanoe oommittee. An adjournment was then taken until June 17. Notice of Male of Rent Estate by Trus tee. Whereas on the 25th day of October, A. D. 1893, Engenio D.Yrisarri, and Barbara P. de Yrisarri, his wife of the oounty of Santa Fe and territory of New Mexioo, made, executed and delivered to the un dersigned, Rufus J. Palen, their certain deed of trust whereby they conveyed to tbe said trustee, in consideration of the sum of one dollar and the trusts men tioned therein all of the following de scribed lots or parcels of land, situate, lying and being in the county of Santa Fe and territory of New Mexioo to wit: That certain tract or paroel of land Bitu ate in precinct number four of said coun ty of Suuta Fe, measuring from east to west sixty-eight varas, and from north to south, fifty-five varas, bounded on the north by lauds of Evarinto Luoero and Jesus Ma. Sandoval, on the East by lands of J. M. Sandoval, on the south by the aceqnia del Pino, on the west by the road leading from Santa FeloGalisteo; being and formerly owned by Eustaquio Pa- dilla, and being the same land conveyed by deed of conveyance recorded in tho reoords of said Santa Fe oounty, in book ' ot the record oi deeds ana convey ances at pages 101 to 103, which said deed to the undersigned, trustee, was duly reoorded in book "H" of the records of mortgages for Santa Fe county, New Mexico at pages 340 to 344 on the 26th day of October, A. D. 1893, in which said deed to the undersigned, trustee, it was re cited that whereas the said Eugenio Yri sarri, and Barbara P. de Yrisarri, his wife jointly with Jacobo Yrisarri, had made and executed a certain promissory note, dated the 26th day of Ootober, A. D. 1893, whereby they promised to pay to the order of Felipe Chavez, twelve months after that date the sum of twelve hundred dollars ($1,200) with interest at the rate of twelve per cent per annum and that the said Jacobo Yrisarri had signed the said promissory note as accommoda tion maker merely and for the use and benefit of the said Eugenio and Barbara P. Yrisarri, and that it was the desire of tbe latter to indemnify and save harmless the said Jaoobo Yrisarri from all loss and damage by reason of his signing the said note as suoh aooommodation maker, the said deed of trust was made, exeeuted and delivered to the undersigned as trustee for the benefit of said Jaoobo Yrisarri upon oondition that in case of default by tho Bald Engenio or Barbara P. Yrisarri in the payment of said promissory note or any part thereof, or tho interest there' on aooording to the tenor and effeot of said note then in tbe event, the same shall be paid by the said Jaoobo Yrisarri as to the whole or any part thereof or the whole or any part of any judgment that might be obtained thereon, then on appli cation in writting of said Jaoobo Yri sarri, the undersigned as trustee was au thorized to sell and dispose of the said premises and all right, title benefit and equity of redemption of the said Engenio ana Barbara r. I nsarri, their heirs and assigns, at publio anotion at the front door of the postoffloe in the oounty of Santa Fe, for the highest and best price, the same would, bring in cash; four weeks notice having first been given of the time and plaoe of said sale in a newspaper published in said oity of Santa Fe, and authorizing the said trustee to make, ex eoate and deliver to the purchaser at such sale a good and sufficient deed of convey ance for the premises, and oat of the pro ceeds of snob sals after first paying all oosts of advertising, sale and conveyance inoluding reasonable fees for said trastee and all other necessary expenses of said J trust, to then pay to said Jaoobo Yri sarri, the amount he should have laid oat and expended as each aooommodation maker of the above described note, with interest on said amount to the day of sale, and that at any time after maturity of the said note to Felipe Chavez, the affidavit of the said Jaoobo Yrisarri stat ing the amoant and dale of anyjpaymente made Dy mm as suon aooommodation maker, shall be sufficient evidence for said trustee to establish the fact thereof, and to proceed to sell said premises above described as in suoh deed of trust provided, and Whereas the nnderslgned trnstes as aforesaid has reoeived from said Jaoobo Yrisarri an applioation in writing as pro vided in said trust deed to sell and dis pose of said premises together with his affidavit stating that he had been com pelled to and did pay to the full sum of said promissory note the said Felipe Chaves on the 86th of April, 1891, to gether with interest aoorued thereon, being a total amoant of twelve hundred and seventy-two ($1,373) dollars being for the principal and interest dneon said not at that data, and that he took up and now Awarded Highest Honors World's Pair. CREAM MEM MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. owns and holds the said promissory note surrendered to him by the said Felipe Cha vez upon its payment by said Jacobo Yrisarri. Now therefore, by virtue of the power vestod in me, as trustee by . the terms of such deed, and upon the request of tbe said Jacobo Yrisarri, the beneficiary named therein, I, Rufus J. Palen, trustee, as aforesaid do hereby give notice that on Saturday, the 29th day of June, A, D. 1895, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day nt the front door of the post office in the city of Santa Fe, territory of New Mexico, I will expose and offer for sale at public auction to the highest and beat bidder for cash all of the above described real estate and premises, and that I will make, execute and deliver to the purchaser at suoh sale a good nnd sufficient deed of conveyance for the premises so sold. Witness my hand at Santa Fe, New Mex ioo, this 3rd day of June, A. D. 1895. Rufus J. Palkn, Trustee. Confirmation Hervlees. In spite of the pouring rain and in dement weather of Whitsunday morn ing, a fairly numerous congregation as sembled in the Churoh of the Holy Faith to witness the administration of the holy rite of confirmation by the Right Rev. J. M. Eendrick, bishop of New Mexioo. The candidates, viz: Mrs. Dietzel, Misses T. and J. Call, Gutterman, Hop per, Hurt, Lockwood, Lynoh, Maxwell, and Messrs. Dietzel, Doxtator, Gutter man, Shelby formed an interesting group as they knelt to receive the apostolic lay ing on of hands. The bishop's address to the newly oonfirmed persons was earnest and affectionate and his subse quent sermon was full of thought as he spoke of the power of the holy ghost in its influence npon the world. Yesterday (Monday in Whitsun-week) he confirmed Mr. Thomas Moore, who was nnable to attend on Whitsunday. This total of fourteen confirmees is the largest which has ever been presented from the mission of the Holy Faith. The priest in charge, Rev. F. T. Bennett, is to be congratulated over the result of his zeal and energy thus so substantially in dicated. A Humorous Fact About Hood's SarBaparilla it expels bad humor and orertes good humor. A battle for blood is what Hood's Sarsaparilla vigorously fights, and it is always vic torious in expelling toul taints and civ ing the vital fluid the quality and quan tity of perfect henlth. It cures scrofula, salt rheum, boils and other blood diseases, Hood 8 Fills aot easily, yet promptly and efficiently on the bowels and liver. 25a Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Forty Years the Standard. Bicycle Sundries. LAMPS BELLS SWEATERS LOOKS CYCLOMETERS All kinda of Bioyole Ac cessories. COAT CARRIERS STOCKINGS CAPS PRICE SlOO NEXT BEST S80 S60 S50 A. J. Fischer, Agt. WHKKIiN FOB KKNT. DAVID LOWITZKI, BIADQUABTIBS FOB FURNITURE, NEW AND SECOND HANS AT BED-ROCK PRICES The highest prices paid for second haud goods. Your furniture will be taken, overhauled and repaired and sold on small commission. Give him a oall before buying new or auction ing off your old household goods. Henry Krict BOLB AQEHT FOB IMS' ST. LOUIS Jb3.tLLtiiJb&. The trade supplied from one bot- tie to a carload. Mail orders promptly filled. Uuadalape St. Santa Fe. SQL. SPIEGELBERG, CLOTHING 6 GENTO FURUISHIHG3. HATS OAVfiaiOTSa AIM ooalft U- ftt waf CMIv in. 01otk4rv-itttSVslffW. mutt r S. SPITZ, The FE. 3ST. IMT. liVaiLUIMEY STAMPING FINKING. MISS MUGLER'S criffin block FIRST NATIONAfii BANK Santa Fe, New Mexioo. Designated Depositary of the United States R. J. Palen J. H. Vaughn -1 nif a T... Paw" - tamm P S M "53 A J 9 e S KS 2 I I"! B PS E fc P . I C 5m k-3 h . n g 1 1 h- bad .9 3 I ( m-m O M S XVX 1 CO HO3 ' Xr3-- p i -H as Bj-B 1 X J I S B " Jeweller. Stop and look at our stock of fashion able jewelry. The invitation is almost superfluous, as it would be difficult for anyone to pass a display like ours with out stopping and looking. The tempta tion to look at some things is irresistible. That's the case with onr jewelry, whioh never fails to draw a eteady fire of ad miring glanoes. We show nothing but the latest novelties for this season, at tractive, artistic, and beautifnl. Don't seleot jewelry without seeing what there is to seleot from, and our store is the one place in town to see that. , & FANCY GOODS. President - Cashier i i 6 t I P.