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SANTA FE. N. M.. SATURDAY. JUNE 22. 1895. NO 102 VOL.32. Ew MEXICAN; """" ' copfr.q-' WAGNER & DEAL1B9 mmmw. TINWARE ILllUU II XXUJJ 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 instru ments. Remake mat tresses and all kinds of upholstering. PALACE HOTEL, SANTA FE, N. M. THE ONLY FIRST CLASS HOTEL IN THE CITY. RENOVATED THROUGHOUT. Carms, from $3.00 to $4.00 per Day. Special Bates to Persons or Parties by the Week or Month. ' HERMAN CLATJSSEN, Prop. - WEDELE WHOLKBAMi Office and Warehouse Santa Fe, THE SANTAFE Mottfrlea Ht;hrober, President. BBKWBBS AND Cl'lE alii Ml. Santa Fe Lager Beer. MANOTAOTUBSBS OW SODA MINEPAL & CAflBOHATED WATERS. PATRONIZE THIOHOME INDUSTRY. Palace Avenue, - - Santa Fe N. M. COAL TRANSFER, LUMBER All kinds or Bough and finished Lusaka t Tsxa flooring at the Lowest Market Prioa; Windows and lWow. Also carry ont general Transfer Business Bad deal in Hay and Orate. Z UDROW & DAVIS, Props. J. 0. SCHUMANN, ooto9 SSaoso & sola Apiet fcthCjt a Peokerd Braes. Canto Fo, x Czx last lovely is her opinion of those gasolene stoves, and she's right. In sum mer the bouse is hot enough when it's coolest, and certainly with a coal Are, coolness is out of the question. Yon have to wait for a coal fire and it bnrns much longer than yon want it. With a gasolene Btove, yon get fnll heat as soon as lighted, and when you don't need it any longer, the fire is ont and the gaso lene is tnrned off. It gives a maiimom of available heat for cooking with a minimum of warmth to make life miser able. Gasolene stoves cost only from $5 to $25. W. H. COEBEL, Catron Block - Santa Fe. HAFFJNEB IN - DEALER IN Lower 'Frisco St. New Mexico. BREWING CO, BOTTLSHS OS AI STOYES AND FEED BRITISH CABINET CRISIS. Impression That the Eosebery Min istry Will Resign on Monday. Good News for the Friends of Silver English Press Comments. London, June 22. When the cabinet adjourned at noon for lunch no decision had been reached regarding th6 resigna tion of the ministry. It will meet again at 4 o'olook. The Westminister Gazette, Liberal, says that it is generally expected that the oabinet will deoide to resign. - PBESB COMMENTS. Ihe Gazette adds: "The Irish mem bers are strongly opposed to a dissolu tion. They declare that 'if the govern ment resigns we have been betrayed. We mast have a land bill. It would be a blander and a crime to defraud as of it.' The government is receiving many com munications from its leading supporters throughout the country urging them not to sacrifioe legislative work or resign owing to a soratob reverse." The St. James Gazette says: "The fight of the ministry is bound np with the deeuiouof Mr. Campbell Baoncrmon, and strenou efforts are being made to induce him to reoonsider his decision. A very strong whip will be issued by the ministerialists, on Monday, and all Irish men have been summoned back." DOUBTLESS DBOtOBD TO BISIOH. The oabinet rose at 6:45 p. m. The decision arrived at is not known. After a close meeting the premier, Lord Rosbery, started for Windsor to inform the queen of the deoision of the ministers. The de cision will not be announced until Mon day, bnt there is a strong impression that the oabinet has deoided to resign. liawler'a Sew Move. San Francisco, Jane 22. Col. Thomas G. Lawler, of Rockford, 111., commander-in-chief of the G. A. B., arrived here yesterday aeoompanied by C. 0. Jones, adjutant general of the same organiza tion. Commander Lawler states that be was much gratified with the results thus far achieved in his pet project of having military drill and organization established as a regular feature of the public schools. Since taking office he has seen a begin ning made in this direction in no less than thirty-four states, and has appointed that number of special aides to have charge of the movement in their respec tive departments. From here they start on next Sunday evening for Salt Lake, where a depart ment enoampment is to opeu on the 25th inst. RACE TRACK GAMBLING. Wholesale Indictment of Track Pro prietors and Book Makers in Chicago. Chicago, June 22. The civic federation oass against race traok gambling was oarriedtothe grand jury to day. The following Hawthorne traok. proprietors have been indicted: Edward Corrigan, John Brenwiok, John Burke, Jas. Burke, Henry Kuhl and Joseph Tillman. The following Harlem proprietors have also been indicted: William Martin, Joseph A. Murphy, George Hankins and Sid Mo Hie. Forty-four bookmakers, sheet writers and other traok people have also been indioted. The oivio federation offic ials declare that they will push the eases to trial and wind up pool selling in Chi cago permanently. THE MARKETS). New York, Jane 22. Money on cell nominally easy at 1 per eent; prime mer cantile paper, 2 0 Silver, 66! lead, $8.12. Chicago. Cattle, quiet bat steady. Sheeri, dull and weak. Kansas City. Cattle, market steady. Texas steers, $2.85 f 4.20; Texas oowa, 2.00 $2.60; beef steers, $3.75 $5.60; native cows, $1.86 $8.80; Blockers and feeders, $2.75 $4.26; balls, $2.25 $2.75. Sheep, steady. Chioago. Wheat, June 68; July 69; Corn, June i7; July 48. Oats, June 294' ; July 27. , - Shooting at Cilenwood Springs. . Denver, Colo., Jane 22. A special to the Times from Gleowood Springs, Colo., says: Last night William Jones, colored, met Mrs. Ells James, also colored, on the river front snd began firing at her from a 38-oaliber revolver. One shot took effect in the woman's right breast, inflict ing a verv serious, though not necessar ily fatal wound. Jones was arrested. He was jealous. , Wool on a Boon. Boston, June '22. The Commercial Bulletin says to-day of the wool market: The week is marked by high sales, Ohio fleeces have advanced from tol cent in greasies. Australia has advanced 2 and 8 cents. Finest unwashed western wool, sell for 88 oents olean. Sales of the week were 4,486,000 pounds domestic and 8.248.000 pounds foreign nuninit 8.025.900 pounds domestic ana 2.476.000 Douods foreign last week and 1,686,000 pounds aomesvio sua, u,uuu pounds foreign for the same week of last year. DECREE PROMULGATED. Odd Fellows, Knights ef Pythias and Sons ef Temperance con- demned by Kome. - St. Lonis, June 22. It is stated that the promulgation by Arohbiehop Sain of Rome's decree condemning Odd fellows, Vnlohta of Pvthias and Boos of Tern nDTinftB. WAR aizainst his wishes. He said to the priest, in retreat at Kenrtok sem n.r.. on Friday, that the dseree was Ma ha mid on several oocasions that hi amniii nut nrouiubzate the condemns' Hon of the three societies named snd he ..ti (hut ha belonged to the majority of arohbishops who passed the ban. But R.,m hu forced Arohbishop Kain into Una Arohbishop Kain told the priests that they must not refuse the saoraments to twraona belonging to the condemned sooieties if their withdrawal from mem hunhlo meant the loss of position or ...inn. tamnnral iniorv. Arohbishop Kain reserved to himself the deoision In these eases. ' , Or. Prim's Craam Butting PowdM World' Mr HlghMt Awwi. The Baltic Canal. Hamburg, Jane 22. la the evening the town, harbor and river were a brilliant spectaole with the innumerable illumina tions. The United States men of wnr present, whioh had been well supplied with fireworks, contributed not a little to this part of the speetacle. There were also several set pieoes in red, white and blue, representing tho German and Amer ican arms. Another set piece was a speoial motto in German text, Herzliohter Grass an Deuteohland von den Vereingten Staaten. (Hearty Greeting to Germany from the United States). Mrs. Cleveland's Hopes. Washington, Jane 22. A local paper hps the following to say abont Mrs. Cleve land and her stay at Gray Gables. "Mrs. Cleveland is fairly settled for the summer at Gray Gables, where her mother, Mrs. Perrine, will go to visit her in July in order to be present at the great event of interest to which the president is looking forward with soon hopeful an ticipations that it will result in adding another voter to the Democratic party of the future. "Before leaving Washington Mrs. Cleve land was urged to remain in the city by the ladies of the oabinet, who desired that the interesting event of July might take plaoe in the White house. Mrs. Cleveland decided otherwise, however." CONVICTED IN IOWA. Pension Kxamlner Found Guilty of Intimidating a Witness. Cresoo, Iowa, June 22. A motion for a new trial of Special Examiner is. r. Waite, of the pension department, con victed of intimidating a witness in the celebrated Van Leuven investigation, was denied to-day. The penalty under the law is not over two years in the peniten tiary or $500 fine. Waite asked the oonrt to impose the extreme penalty, if t be court believed him guilty, His dig nified and feeling appeal brought tears to the eyes of the spectators. The court fined him $250. The case has been ap pealed. It is felt by the pension bureau that the effort to convict Waite on the part of the courts of Iowa i? really an attack on the bureau, brought by friends of Van Leuven. Hnlclde of a Ulrl. Cineinnati, Jane 22. Ida Willingberg to-dav committed suicide by plunging into a vault head foremost. She was 26 years old and engaged to be married next week. French Battle Ship Ashore. Toulon, Jane 22. The French battle ship Redoatable is ashore off Cape Sleie. She has signaled for assistance. Cuban Journalist Imprisoned. Havana, Jane 22. Senor Samuel Coro- nado, managing editor of La DisonsBion, has been imprisoned by the military authorities. Will Not Race. Pittsburg, Jane 22. Arthur Zimmer man says that under no circumstances will he meet John Johnson in a raoe for the ohampionship this year. Zimmerman will leave in August for Australia. He aays that if Johnson really wants to race for f 5,000 a side, he will find a man for him. He will net say whit the unknown is. Zimmerman went a mile on a quar ter traok last night by eleotrio light in :03. This is the fastest mile ever made by night. AN APPARENT OUTRAGE. An American Citlsen Released from An English Prison After Eleven Years. Pawtncket, R. I., June 22. Through the efforts of ex-Mayor Hugh J. Carrol, of this city, John Curtin Eent, an Amer ican citizen imprisoned in England on the charge of being a dynamiter eleven years ago, has been released through the intervention of the state department. The faot was made known through a letter reoeived from Secretary of State Olney last evening. Keut is very ill. It is claimed that he was innocent. W eekly Bank Statement. New York, June 22. The weekly bank statement is as follows: Reserved, de crease, $1,414,650; loans, inorease, $4,980, 500; specie, decrease, $894,000; legal tenders, increase, $390,000; deposits, in orease, $5,648,000; circulation, decrease, $52,000. The bank now hold $36,644,250 in excess of legal requirements. Thrown From a Bicycle. Cincinnati, Jane 22. Miss Ada Flor ence Fitoh, of Lawrencebnrg, Ind., who graduated from the Cincinnati law school a month ago, was thrown from a bioyole in this city to-day by colliding witn a heavy wagon. The hind wheel passed over her body in Hiding lnjuriessupposed to be fatal. Jailed for Kef using to Testify. Detroit, Mich., June 22. City Assessor Fred E. Farnsworth was to-day sentenced to thirty days in jail for refusing to testify in the council nooaie investiga tion. An attempt is being made to get a writ of habeas corpus. , ;. . Fatal Boiler Explosions, o Little Rook, Ark., June 22'. By a boiler explosion at Moses saw mill, near Spring hill, Joe Collins was killed and Mr. iirent ana niBiwo sous buu urnuj nlhern were seriouslv injured. Grand Rapids, Mion. lne Doner in tne aw mill of A. H. Crocker, two miles northeast of Bvron Center, exploded to day, killing Martin Skinner and Arthur Barney and fatally injuring Avery Oroeker. ; I'oWBtlMloner Smith in Dnrange. Datango, Colo, Jane 22. The new commissioner to treat with the Southern Utes arrived at Durango last evening, He ts Thomas P. Smith, assistant com missioner of Indian affairs. His mis sion is to assist Commisioner Kidd in getting the Utes settled in severalty on suitable lands. City of Mexico a gammer Kesort. Doubt it f It is a faot. Average sum mer temperature In the shade, 63 degrees, The elevation (7,860 feet,) explains this apparent contradiction of going math In eummer to Bet oool. Join one of the excursions over eania FeRonte to City of Mexioo in JUiy Tlokets on ssls July 6 to 20 at about one nant a. mile for round trlp Ask aanta Fe Route agent for particulars. SUBSTANTIAL HOUSES. More Readable Sketches for the New Mexican's Great Trade Edition. Groceries, Hardware, Stationery and Boots and Shoes Represented e in this Number. S. S. Beaty, DEAr.RB IN STAPLE AND FANCY OBOOEBIES, BAT AND OBAIN, PBOVISIONS AND PRODUCE. This prominent retail store was es tablished by Mr. S. S. Beaty in 1880. That is the date that may be said to have marked the beginning of a modern era for Santa Fe. It was in that yenr that the railroad reached here, and the old method of freighting by wagons was relegated to the past. Important as had been Santa Fe's trade nnder the old regime of ox and mule team freighting, there is reason to doubt that any one of the wholesale houses of the past ever handled a greater bnlk of goods in a single year than the 118 our loads sold in 1804 bv this one re tail house. The 113 car loads of goods j sold by this house in 1894 was an in crease over 1893 by thirteen cars. From business already done in the iirst half of t he present year, and present indications, it may be safely predicted that the trade of 1895 will exceed that or 181)4 by from ten to twenty oar loads. Of flour alone a car-load is sold every ten days. Canned goods ore also sold by the oar load, as well as grain and other produce. This honse is agent for Monarch canned goods, Wmfleld- mills patent flour, and for La Flor del Valle fruit farm, of Las Cmces, N. M. Besides the large double salesroom at the corner of Water and Bridge streets, the business of this house occupies seven storage rooms ior groceries, provisions, grain, fruits and produoe, and another as a hay warehouse. Two wagons are run for the delivery of goods sold in the city, and one transfer wagon to move goods from the railroads to the store. Mr. Beaty has been recently making important improvements in his store, two rooms haviwg, by the removal of a partition, been thrown into one, which makes one of the finest retail grocery salesrooms in the city. The stock of canned goods and fancy groceries is very attraotively displayed, and the stock as a whole is one of the most complete in the city. It is worthy of note in this connection that a fine refrigerator is a feature of the fixtures, and that the cele brated Elgin creamery butter is made a specialty of the dairy products sold. Mr. 8. S. Beaty, now one of Santa Fe's prominent merchants, was, before com ing to Mew Mexioo, a suceesslul con tractor and builder at Independence, Montgomery county, Kas, lie began business here in a small way, and by liberal, but conservative methods and close personal attention to business, has built up a trade second to that of no other merchant in his lines in Santa Fe or the territory. He has, by the pur chase of property and in other ways, identified himself prominently with the interests ot the city end territory, nnd is highly esteemed, not only as a successful and responsible merchant, but as a valued oitizen as well. W. 11. Uoebel. OENEBAL HABDWABE, WHOLESALE AND TAIL, OATBON BLOCK. In collecting dhti for this paper, especially for the trade edition, and one meets with facts of historic interest on every hand, and it is diverting amid such scenes to find an increasing numbet of modern establishments and enterprises. The subjeot of this sketoh is a case in point. Nowhere in the territory or any state of this great country can there be found a more thoroughly modern, com nlete. and attractive store . of the kind than the general hardware establishment of which we are writing. The salesroom, situated in tne new modern Catron block, would be a credit to any eastern oity of fifty thousand in habitants, and the stook is both larger in the aggregate than an eastern house would require and greatly more diverse. Besides a general line of shelf and heavy hardware, the stook includes agricultural implement, farmers' small tools, wagons, buggies, oarriages, blacksmiths' supplies, wagon makers' supplies, harness snd sad dlery, John Veere plows, A nomas nay rakes, Bain wagons, Qestring wagons, Charter Oak Steves, New Process gas nlina stoves, maohanics' tools, tents and wagon covers, camp outfits, prospectors' outfits, miners' supplies, barbed wire, refrigerators, wood and willow ware, tin ware and household furnishing goods, California farm and garden seeds, leather and shoe findings, platform scales, steel ranges, rope, whale line cow boy rope, ranch supplies generally. Sheep paint, paints, oils and window glass, Buckeye MoCormiok mowers, etc., eto. After the above mention of the leading lines of iroods carried by this house it is bardly necessary to add that Mr. W. H. Ooebel is the leading hardware merchant of Santa Fe and one of the leading retail merohants of the territory. Mr. W. H. Goebel was a Missouri boy He was eduoated at the Kemper Family aohool, a semi-military sohool, at Boon' ville, Mo., and at the age of eeventee: and one half entered the United States navy as a third class boy at f 9.50 per month, and in his term of three and one half vears servioe rose to the position of quartermaster and to a salary of (26.50 per montn. Alter oeiog musierea out ui Uncle Sam's navy, young uoebel returned to eivil pursuits, snd 1886 came to New Mexioo. Entering the employ of Mr. E D. Frsns. he remained with him until 1892, when be resigned his position to en rsee in business for himself. It would nave req uirta no seer to nave predicted s business success for W. H. Goebel. Habit is everything. He had been disciplined to habits of duty and application as a youth, and had bene fited by six years of herd work in a hard ware house, by which he aoquired a knowledge both of the business and of the people with whom he was to deal. Mr. Ooebel's reputation sb a merchant and as a oitizen is second to that of no man in Santa Fa or the territory. He be lieves in a ons pries, and that a cash price, system ot business, snd maintains it. He gives close, personal attention to his business, and has won success by meriting it. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE Jncob Vteltiner. DEALKB IN BOOKS, STATIONERY, AND PEBI- ODIOALS, AND AGENT FOB CBESCKNT BICYCLES, OATBON BUILDING. Mr. Jacob Weltmer is a dealer in station ery, books, periodicals, school books and supplies, blank books and office supplios, typewriter supplies, sporting guuus, Crescent bicycle and oyole sundries. Mr. Weltmer's stock of miscellaneous and library books is very oomplete, es pecially iu works suited to school and private libraries, as well as in holiday books of every description in their sea son. In school books the stock embraces all the books used in schools of the ter ritory from the primary claftses to the highest branches taught. In fancy sta tionery the stock and assortment Bre very oomplete, embracing everything from the plain and moderate priced to the most tilaborate and expensive. This department is conducted with a view of polite corresspondence. In artists' and engineers' supplies the stock includes draughting and mathematical instru ments, crayons, tube paints, water colors, drawing papers, etc. The stock of blank books is one of the largest in the terri tory, while the miscellaneous assortment of office and typewriter supplies contains many novelties, and is both large and at tractive. All books and publications of the United Stales are furnished at pub lishers' rates, and subscriptions are solicited. A mail order department is maintained where orders reoeived by mail are given immediate and special attention; and patronage is solicited by this department in everything sold by the honse. The trade of this house, largo from the first, has annually increased, and now extends well over the two territories. Few citi zens of New Mexico are so widely, and none more favorably, known than Mr. Weltmer. He has been twenty yenrs in Santa Fe, and was for some years in tho U. S. Internal Revenue service. He also served very acceptably as postmaster of Santa Fe under President harrison's ad ministration. He established his mer cantile business here in 1880, and has re cently opened a branch store in Presoott, Arizona, the Santa Fe store being in charge of Miss Atkinson. Whether as a publio official, a business man, or as a citizen, Mr. Weltmer is deservedly po pular and highly eseemed. Johnson A Co. DEALEBS IN AND MANUFAOTUBEBS OF FINE BOOTS AND SHOES, SAN FBANCI80O BTBEET, OPPOSITE F1BST NA TIONAL BANK. Among the business changes in Santa Fe since tho beginning of the present year none is more worthy of special mention than the one which is given as the subject of this sketch. Messrs. Ulysses T. Currnn and Otto Johnson formed a co-partnership in Feb ruary under the stylo of Johnson fc Co., to euoceed to the business of Johnson & Peterson, dealers in and manufacturers of fine boots and shoes. Besides succeeding to the business of ths old firm, Messrs. Johnson & Co. have added materially to the stook, and be sides carrying a very complete line of tine and medium grade oi ooots ana shoes for ladies, misses, children, men, youths and boys, the firm will manufac ture line boots ana snoes io urur iuc both sexes and for patrons of all ages. Custom work will be made a specialty. The new firm will also carry a complete line of shoemakers' supplies, including leather, findings, shoemakers' tools and everything pertaining to the busiuess. The house will carry nrsi oiass guoun only. A blind person or a child can buy as oheaply and as well from this house as an adult with all his Benses in perfection. In the manufacturing department repair ing is made a speoialty and is very neatly done. Remember the place, San Fran oisoo street, opposite the First National bank. Medicine Is a necessity because the tonic of winter air is gone, end milder weather, inoressed moisture, accumulated Impurities in ths blood and debilitated condition of the body, open the way for that tired feeling, nervous troubles, and other ills. Ths skin, mucous membrane end the various organs strive in vain to relieve tho im pure current of life. They all welcome Mood's earsa- ii 1L Oparilla to assist Nature at this time when she most needs help, to parity the blood, tone sad strengthen the laboring organs and build up the nerves. "I was not sble to wait on myself snd eould not train any strength until I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla about three months eiro. Now I am doing my house- work. My right long wss badly effected, and in the spring and summer 1 was very weak, but Hood's Sarsaparilla has dons me much good and I bave great confidence in it." MRS. E. R. Kniqht, Tecumseh, Okla. Purifies The Blood " I have tsken Rood's Sarsaparilla and it has always built up my system, given me s good appetite and cleansed my blood." Thomas evnoQER, xaiare, uauiornin. I rlll the after-dinner pill snd HOOd & FlllS family cutnanic, llSc B&kiini A Treat in FroMpect. The "Old" Orpheus quartette, composed of the four best quartette singers in Albu querque, hold prominent places on the program at Dupuy's oonoert. They ara all line soloists, so it is needless to say that this is the finest male quartette in the southwest. The blending of their voices is simply grand and they sing with won derful power and soul. Prof. Ui Mauro, the great violinist, will hold the audience spell bound as he brings forth those sweet, true and pas sionate tones from his violin. Need it be said that he is wonderful, when he has played first violin at the grand operas of Paris and Italy, in the grandest opera houses in the world f J. P. Dupuy, the favorite tenor of both Los Angeles and Albuquerque, will, on the Fourth of July, fill every listener's heart with delight as he sings into your souls notes of sweetness and purity, filled with passion and soul. Like Ellen Beach Yaw, a phenomenal soprano, also of "the slope," he soars np to notes in altissimo. In his concert tonr eaBt last winter he delighted many critical audi ences. The UTS. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. Milk Punch 10 ots a glass at the Colo rado saloon. 'Hie Christian Kndeavor Kxcursinn. The offioial route to Boston and return for the Christum Endeavor Association, is the Santa Fe and Wabash: Leave Denver 1:30 p. in. Friday, July 6th taking up Colorado Springs, Pueblo and New Mexico delegations en route, also par ties wishing to mako connections with the train ut these points, arriving at Chicago Sunday morning at 9 o'clock. The "Wnbash Special" Christian En deavor train will leave Chioago at 3 p. m. Monday, taking breakfast at Niagara Falls Tuesday and spending the entire day there, nrriving at Boston nt 4 p. m. Wednesday, July 12th. Parties wishing to do so, may leave Chicago at 3:30 or 10:30 p. m. on the regular Wnbash trains, Sunday or Mon day. All desiring to go, please make applica tion immediately to the undersigned for Sleeping Car accomodations. Further information cheerfully fur nished. One fare for the round trip. 0. M. Hampson, Commercial Agent, Denver, Colorado. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Pair Highest Mertnl end fllplOTa. If in Nearch of a Xcw Sensation Try the effect of a mud bath at Las Vegas hot springs, N. M. Other forms of bnths may be had there, all especially beneficial in rheumatic troubles and diseases of the blood. The cool, dry, tonic nir of this resort is just the thing for tired nerves, nud there is nothing bo restiul as New Mexico suushiue, especially when sup plemented by such fine servioe as is given at the Hotel Montezuma, reopened June 20. This famous inn can not be excelled anywhere in the southwest. Round-trip exurrsion tickets on sale to Las Vegas hot springs from principal points. Reached only over the Santa Fe route. For illustrated pamphlet and a copy of "Land of Sunshine," address H. 8. Lutz, Agent, Santa Fe, N. M. NEW MEXICO NEWS. The patriotic citizens of Allison, on the lower Mimbres, propose to celebrate the coming Fourth in grand style. In the caae of the territory vs. Max iiniano Griego, on trial for murder, the jury at Socorro brought in a verdict as oharged after being out about forty-five hours. Ou the evening of the 18th, a hail storm passed over the valley just north of Socorro going from west to east, it reached from about the plaza in Sooorro to Lemitarsito. It seriously injured the wheat and fruit crops iu its path Silver City Enterprise: Wednesday evening, June 19, 1895, at the residence of W. Lee Thompson, San Lorenzo, N. M., by Rev. Edward S. Cross, pastor of the Episcopal church, of this city, Miss Maud Lenoir, of Georgetown, N. M., to Dr. R. F. Stovall, of Corralitos, Mexico. Saocaline, the coming forage plant, will bear investigation. Those who have given it a trial predict great results for it. It is claimed, and with some show of justice, that it will produce from ninety tons to 180 tons per acre annually, the poorest and the best considered. Socorro Chieftain: 0. S. Williams came home from Ann Arbor on Tuesday last where he has been attending the law department of the University of Michi gan. Mr. Williams is the only student from New Mexico at tne class oi uo law, in which there are some 325 members. Bicycle Sundries. LAMPS BELLS SWEATERS LOCKS . CYCLOMETERS All kinds of COAT CARRIERS STOCKINGS CAPS Bicycle Ac cessories. PRICE SlOO NEXT BEST HARTFORDS. S80 S60 S50 A. J. FISCHER, AGT. WIIKKLM 1'OK KENT.