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-V 1 it ,-rr H 3 a 1 V. Hie Daily New Mexican SATURDAY. JUNE 22. Notice la hereby given that orders given by employes upon the New Mexican Printing Co., will-not be honored unless previously endorsed by the business manager. Notice. Requests for back numbers of the New Mrxican, must state date wanted, or they will receive no aUjutiou. A'lrertiNliiit Kates. Wanted One cent a word each Insertion. Local Ten cents per line each Insertion. Heading Local Preferred position 1 wen-ty-nn.ants per line each insertion. t Displayed Two dollars an inch, single column, per month in Daily. One dollar an inch, hurle column, in either English or Spanish Weekly. Additional prices and particulars given on receipt of copy of matter to be inserted. Prices vary according to amount of matter, length of time to run, position, number of changes, etc. One copy only of each paper In which an ad. appears will be sent free. Wood base electros not accepted. No display advertisements accepted for less tHm 1 net. iter month. No reduction in price made for "every other day'' advertisements. BILIOUSNESS Who has not suffered this misery caused by bile iu tlio stomach which an inactive or sluggish liver failed to carry oil'. 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 Regulator. "I have been a victim to Plllousness for years, and alter trying various remedies my only success was in the use of Sim mons Liver Regulator, which never failed to relievo me. 1 speak not of myself, ulone, bit my whole family." J. M. ViLl man, Seluia, Ala. 3-EVEKY PACKAGE'S N Has our 7 Stamp In red on wrapper. J. U. ZK1LIN ft CO., Philadelphia, Pa. ' METKKOLOG1CAL. 0. S. Dkpaktmbnt of Aqrioultukb, Whathkr Hukkau Office of Obsekvkk Santa Fe, June 21. 1S95. IiIspip :a3! ' K 3 .0 -sis Is- U . S2, ' 2 2 8 3 s.2. P " 1 9 t , , 6:00a. id. 2:! 46 5J 84 8 R 3 Clear " ( ""' l):00p. m. 2 42 ii 10 I SVV 0 Clear limnm Tnmnnriiturfl Minimum Temperature M Total Precipitation "u0 tl. O. IlKlUBIi WUW, ,D, H.B.Cariwright&Bro DKil.Hlift IN Groceries, Teed and Produce. f RUSH FRUIT & VEGETABLES Confectionery-Nuts. itllNOV FOB lew Drop Canned Uoods Patent Imperial flour Chusr-Hanboru'n Teas and Coffees their Bread, Pies and Cakes can't be Beat. Telephone No. 4. EXCHANGE HOTEL J. T. FORSHA, Prop. S2.H PerDij.-gS liOratrd la the Bnsl portion or rny Jorner of Plaza Special rates by the week or month for table board, with or without room. SOCIETIES. A. F. A A. M. Montezuma Lodge, No. 1, meets on the first Monday evening of each month at 7:80o'olock, in the Masonio hall, in the Kahn block, Han Francisco St. Visiting brethren are fraternally invited. W. 8. Habboum, W. M. F. B. Davis, Sea. The World's Fair Testa thowed no baking powder 0 pun or so great la leav malag power as the Royal. I)E VARGAS PROCESSION. Cnimiieiiioration of a Notable His torical Event To-morrow Afternoon. The annual De Vargas procession will form at the cathedral at 3 o'clock to morrow afternoon and march to the chapel of Onr Lady of the Rosary. In 1C80, the Pneblo Indians of New Meiico revolted against Spanish role; seized And pillaged Santa Fe and other white settlements; murdered all the Christians, priests and seculars, women and children, except such as escaped with Oov. Otermin to 1 Paso and such maidens as were reserved by the warriors for wives; and solemnly decreed that "God, the Father, and Mary, the Mother of the Spaniards, were dead, and that the Indian gods alone remained." In 161)2 Don Diego de Vargas Zapate Lnjau headed an expedition from El Paso to wrest New Mexico from the possession of the rebellions Pueblos. He reaohed Santa Fe with his brave little army on September 12, of that year, carrying with him a statue of the BleBsed Virgin Mary. He entered the city from the Booth by a road now called "El Camino de Vargas," and first halted his troops near the present church of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Thence he orossed the Rio Santa Fe at a point yet called "Pueote de V argas," that point be- ing selected because the ground on the southwest was higher and the plaza more exposed on that side and hence the In dians oould be attacked with more facility from that vantage grouud than elsewhere. Thence De Vargas marched direct to the spot where now stands the chapel of Our Lady of the Rosary and there erect ed a palacio. The Indians, numbering about 10,000, were then centered and for tilled on a waste, which is now the beau tiful plaza of Santa Fe. During the bloody battle that ensued De VnrgHS, in the name of his troops, on their bended knees before the statue of Mary, made the solemn vow that, should he take the city, every year that same statue should be brought in solemn procession from th principal church in the city to the spot on whioh they were camping, where he should build a sanctuary, and there be left for nine days, the people Hooking to the chapel to thank Mary for the victory, The victory was won, the Sunday after the Octave of Corpus Christl was fixed aa the time for the fulfillment of the vow, and since then it has been annually ob served, the identical statue De Vargas brought here being used. To-morrow will be the 203d anniversary of the event commemorated. ROUND ABOUT TOWN. Trade is showing marked improvement in Santa Fe. livery live business man should be "in it" on our special edition to be issned next week. Capital city cyclers will have a run to the crater to-morrow. They will meet at the postofiioe at 8 a. m. Mottley has leased one of the rooms in the Gonzales block and will remove his Delinonico restaurant there. Since the trees in the capitol park were trimmed by Supt. Bergmann they have made remarkable growth and the grounds are now beautiful. The Santa Fe base ball team will leave for Las Vegas at 10:20 o'clock this evening to play the return game with the Meadow City team to-morrow after noon. Gentlemen will not monopolize all the seats in the plaza daring the Sunday afternoon concerts and let ladies stand up. It is hoped that this mild hint will be regarded to-morrow afternoon. The attention of Commissioner C. W. Uudrow is called to the bad condition of several bridges just east of the city limits. The county should repair these. The Fireman's Herald, published in New York City, devotes considerable space to mentioning the gala time the volunteer firemen of New Mexico are booked to enjoy in Santa Fe July 3, 4, and 5. At the Palace: J. T. Lindley, St. Louis; W. G. Franklin, Denver; W. A. Sanders, Albuquerque; C. E. Jones, Pneblo; F. Gregory, Boston; J. S. Barton, Kansas City; John P. Foley, White Oaks; C. Kil mer, Topeka. At the Exchange: H. O. Perry, George Alexander, Golden; Mrs. R. Knnpp, Miss Knapp, Pasadena, Cal.; J. D. May, Felipe Roibal, Bland; A. B. Powers, Denver; H. W. Loomis, Silver City. Cerrillos is all "tore up" over a school board scandal. It is oharged that there has been a gross misappropriation of funds under the administration of Tony Neis' presidency of the board. Mr, James D. May, the capable super intendent of the - Crown Point mine at Bland, and a sterling good man, is in the city. He will probably remain until after the closing exercises of Loretto academy, at which excellent institution his daughter is in sohool. The wires bring the gratifying news from Washington that the Santa Fe post- office haB been restored to the second grade with a corresponding increase of the postmaster's salary and allowances. The new rating beoomes effective on July 1. This is another significant busi ness straw.' (Micro the great SKIN CURE Instantly Relieves TORTURING Skin Diseases And the most distressing forms of Itching, burning, bleeuinfr, and scaly skin, scalp, and blood humors, and points to a speedy cure when all other remedies and the best physi cians fail. CUTicuBA Works Wonders, and Its cures of torturing, dlslluring humors are the most wonderful on record. Sold throughout the world. British depot i Niw. v, i, King Edward-it., London. Pom Diva t Chim. Coir., SoU Props., Boston, U. S. A. WW Judge J. B. Cessna is delivering the closing argument before the U. 3. land court to-day iu the case of the Juan Gid grant, which claim covers Las Crnces and conflicts with three other grants, taking in the choicest lands in the Mesilla valley. Following this ouse will come the Dona Ana Bend colony grant, represented by Judge S. B. Newoomb. Beginning to-morrow Prof. Perez' plaza concerts will take place from 7 to 8:30 in the evening. Following is the program: Mureh-Wait Till the Clouds Roll By Witlston Medley War Songs iu Camp Delhey Waltz Kmma Hoyer Polka Mtizourku llpaux Esnrits Monteil The Diirkies Dream , Lansing Grand Union 9 S Hettiey hast ind Ualop v Lewis Col. C. C. Dni.can, of Perry, Ga , special agent of the interior department, arrived in Santa Fe yesterday morning from Ari zona, where with Col. Oliver, confidential representative of the president, also of Georgia, he has beeu engaged in an in vestigation of the charges preferred against Gov. Hughes. From Snuta Fe Col. Dnucan will go to Durango, Colo., to superintend the removal of the Southern Ute Indians to their new reservation. SATURDAY SALAD. The Dubuque, Iowa, Herald has this to snv of a gentleman hiehly esteemed in these parts: "The reifents of the stat university have elected E. P. Seeds, of Manchester, to be a law lecturer in the leeal department of the university. This is pretty sure to be a good selection Judge Seeds although yet a young man has been a state senator from his connty in the seneral assembly and for four years was judge of the federal courts in New Mexico. In all the positions where he has beeu placed he 1ms ever acquitted himself with credit. He has tlio know ledge and confidence in himself to use it to advantage, and we have every reason to believe he will make a success in his new field of labor. Judge John J. Ney is also retailed as a law lecturer. La Tertulia Idiomatica was entertained on last Saturday afternoon by Mrs. Amado Chaves. The hostess had pre pared some very bright anecdotes and sketches to be read and translated off hand bv the members, after which Miss Fleming read a pleasant short tale en titled "Mnnos Roidas," and Mrs. T. J. Curran, "Una Aocion Noble y Genorosa," which was very interesting. Mrs. Chaves followed with a delightful trne story of New Mexico which will be continued to day. Delicious refreshments olosed the pleasant afternoon. The guest of the club upon this occasion was Mrs. Nichols, The ladies of the sodality of the Sacred Heart, of the cathedral, gave a compli mentary banquet at St. Michael's col.ege last night to the cathedral choir. Besides much rare vocal and instrumental mnsio the following toasts were proposed: "St. Miohael's College," response by Mr. L. G Read; "The Catholic Church of America," response by Father Martin; "Our Vicar General," response by Mr. Geo. A. John' son; "Director of Onr Choir," response by Mr. J.D.Sena. The occasion was most enjoyable. A large delegation of leading Santa Feans will leave for Las Vegas to-morrow to remain over Monday and attend the Masonic festivities. Among them are Messrs. G. W. Knaebel, E. L. Hall, Adolf Seugman, E. H. Bergmann, Arthur Selig man, J. B. Brady, E. E. Slader, W. E. Griffin, Arthur Boyle, S. Spitz, Marcus Eldodt, V. M. Berger, H. B. Hersey, F. 8. Davis, L. F. Parker, George L. Wyllys, E. L. Bartlett, P. iH. Harroun, Max Frost, and S. Wedeles. The "Boston '95 Birthday" entertain ment, given by the Christian Endeavor societies of the Presbyterian church, at Firemen's hall, on Thursday evening, was attended by about 200 ladies and gentle men and the anticipations of a rare evening were fully realized. The musical and literary programs were delightfully carried out and the refreshments were delicious. The cash receipts were about $15. Mr. Antonio C. de Baca, son of Hon. Tomas 0. de Baca, of Las Vegas, will on Monday next wed Miss Adela Pino, of Cienega. The ceremony will take place at Cienega chapel, Rev. A. Fourchegu officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. Herman Pino and grand-daughter of Hon. Nesario Gonzales and Gen. Nicholas Pino. Mrs. J. B. H. Hemingway will return from Mississippi next week accompanied by her little niece, Lain Aldridge, of Car rollton, Miss., and her daughter. The latter has been visiting the wife of Chief Justice Heed, of the land court, at Coun cil Bluffs, and will join her mother at Kansas City. It appears that Rev. Thomas C. Mof fett, of Flagstaff, A, T., has not yet writ ten to Mr. Harvey whether he will accept or decline the formal call to the pastor ate of the Presbyterian church in Santa Fe. . , Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Money and Miss Ina Loomis formed a congenial pionicing and fishing party to Monument Bock this morning. They will return in tbe evening. Mr. Jacob Weltmer, who has been visit ing his family in Sant aFe for a few days, returned to Prescott last night. Mrs. Weltmer and the children will continue to occupy the family home in this oity. Monsignor Stephan, of Washington, superintendent of the Catholio Indian educational bureau, has returned to the city after a trip through the Navajo country. Mr, Gustave Solignao, a bright young lawyer of Tombstone, A. T., and nephew of Arohbishop Chapelle, is visiting his younger brother and sister in Santa Fe. Mr. J. Thompson Liudsley, of St. Louis, and Mr. James S. Barton, popular commercial tourists, are booked for a stay over Sunday at the Palace. Arobiehop P. L. Chapelle and Rev Father Gloid, of Washington, returned on Thursday from a trip to the Rio Jemez and Rio Puerco parishes. Mrs. Bryan and daughter, of New Cas tle, Ind., mother and sister of Mrs. Stan ley, left last evening for a visit to El Paso. Col. 0. G. Coleman left this morning on a two weeks trip through Valencia, Bernalillo nud Linnoln counties. Mr. John P. Foley, of White Oaks, one of the best known mining men in the west, is a guest at the Palace. lion. Amado Chaves and family re turned last night from a trip to Berna lillo. Mr. W. A. Sanders, of Albuquerque, is visiting the city to-dny. Rev. G. B. Madden leaves Monday for a trip to Espanola valley. Mrs. A. J. Fischer and little Minnie Ben Hur are getting on nicely. Mr. a.id Mrs. II. Claussen will return from Albuquerque on Tuesday. Mr. Arthur Staab is ou a visit to Jemez hot springs. Don'tou know that Hood's Barsapa rilla will overcome that tired feeling and give you renewed vigor and vitality f , A MILL EXPLOSION. Mysterious Blow-up in the Lucas Mill at Golden-A Close Call for Cruz Sanchez. Correspondence New Mexican. Golden, N. M., June 20. A mysterious explosion took plaoe at the stamp mill of James M. Luoas, on the Tuerto, in this oamp, yesterday. Cruz Sanchez, an em ploye, started a fire in the - furnace early in the morning. Aftet waiting some time to see if it was burning well, he started for his houBe. He had only gotten about 100 feet away from the mill when a ter rifio explosion occurred. The force of the ex ploBion tore oat the side wall and part of the rear wall of the air chamber and tote the whole top off of same. A hole 8x6 feet was out through the sheet iron roof. Very little damage was done to the onteide of the boiler but careful examination may disclose serious damage inside of it. Mr. Lucas thinks it was the malioious work of some enemy and that giant powder was used to accomplish the purpose. But it is reasonable to sup pose that it may have been an accidental explosion. It is hoped that an investi gation will bo prove it to be. The mill will be repaired at onoe and will be in full blast shortly. ' Excellent selection. The trustees of the New Mexico School of Mines, at their recent meeting in So corro, appointed Prof. W. H. Seamon, late of the sohool of mines at Holla, Mo., director for the ensuing school year. It is understood that there will be one or two assistants employed if their servioes are required. The school will open about the middle of September. Prof. Seamon comes reoommended by the best men in the country. His record as a teaoher speaks for him and an acquaintance with him confirms the fact that he is qualified as a gentleman for the position he has been selected to fill. Letter llxt. r List of letters remaining uncalled for in the postofflce at Santa Fe, N. M., for the week ending June 22, 181)5. If not called for within two weeks will be sent to the dead letter office at Washington. Aragon, Melquides Hope, John S Archuleta, Antonio Jackson, Mr Aveutu, Alejandro Kinirabiiry, A liucu, Joaetu Bartholomew, E P Barrier, James Boneuardine, P Churmiiur, Houifncio Conors, Geo Tanner, James Gnrcia. E K de Lopez, Tuncario Martinez. Pertiiu Ales, Bnrtolo Riley, Ed Sena, Antonio Townsend. K J Vigil, Adelidu E (2) WinlUtika, rran Guerrero, P In calling please say advertised and give the date. T. P. Gable, Postmaster, Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Forty Years the SUndaid. Agents Wanted. Old established fac tory replacing travelers, with local sales men, reputable men can (secure uncovered ground. One agent has averaged $350 per month for two years. P. O., 1871, New York. Fine McBrayer whisky at Colorado .sa loon. ' VLAT-OPENING BLANK BOOKS Being satisfied that if you have once used a Hat-opening boon, you will ai ways use them, and in order to get you to try one the New Mexican Printing Co. of Santa Fe, will sell you HAND-MADE BLANK BOOKS, bound in full leather, with patent FLAT-OPENING STUBS, with your name and the number, or letter, of the book on the back in gilt letters, at the following low prices: S Or, (400 patten) rash Book - S.SO Or. (4NU " ) Journal . - A.OO 7 Or. (300 " ) Ledger - 7.50 They are made with pages 10x16 inches, of a good ledger paper with round cornered covers. The books are made in our bindery and we guar antee every one oi tnem. You can get engraved visiting oards at the Nkw Mkxioan, or have them printed from your plate if yon have one. Clothing Made to Order Sol. Spieg-elberg-, CLOTHIER,. Carry a full and select line of HATH, CAP), UliOVEB, etc., and every thing found in a first-class establish ment. DAVID LOWITZKI, HIADQUABTKBB FOB FURNITURE, NEW AND SECOND HAND AT BED-BOOK PBI0E8 The highest prioes paid for second hand goods. Your furniture will be taken, overhauled and repaired and sold on small commission. Give him a oall before baying new or auction ing off your old household goods. Henry Krick. BULK AOKNT VOB IMS ST. LOUIS 333ECZEEj3Ev . The trade supplied from one bot tle to a oarload. Mall orders promptly filled. Uaalpe lit. sta Ve. BEITS FURNISHER Awarded Highest Honors World' Pair. DR; CREAM lit)!! MOST PERFECT MADE. Cn-im nf Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANUAK.U. Church Announcements. At the ohuroh of the Holy Faith, to-mor row, second Sunday after Trinity, services will be as follows: Celebration of the Holy Euoharist at 10:30 a. m. Morning prayer will be read at 11. Evening prayer and sermon at 7:30. Next Friday, litany will be read at 4:80 p. m. Next Baturday (St. Peter) celebration of the Holy Eu charist at 10 n. in. Next Friday the Bun day sohool ohoir will meet at church at 4 p. m. -, At the Presbyterian ohuroh to-morrow, June 23: Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; preaohing service, at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; Y. P. S. C. E., junior, 3:15 p. m.j senior, at 6:30 p. m. Bev. W. Williams will preach morning and evening. All who do not worship elsewhere are cordial ly invited to these services. At the Cathedral church to-morrow, third Sunday after Pentecost, Jane 23: First mass, li a. m.; second mass at 8 a. m.; third mass at 9:30 a. m. At this mass Rev. Antonio Fourchegu will preaoh in EngliBh. Fourth mass at 10:30 a. m. At 8 p. m. grand procession from the Cathe dral to the chapel of Our Lady of Rosary. At the Guadalupe, third Sunday after Pentecost, June 23. First mass, 6 a. m.j second mass, 9 a. m. After mass the procession of Corpus Christi will start. There will be no vespers on account of the procession in honor of Our Lady of Victory, which will take plaoe at 8 p. m. from the Cathedral to the Hosario cuapel. The parishioners of Guadalupe church will join the procession at the Cathedral. Children's day services at the St. John's M. E. church Sunday night, June 28 at 8 o'clock. A special program of musio and recitations appropriate for the occasion will be rendered by the ohildren. The choir will also furnish some Bpecial music The ohuroh will be profusely decorated. A cordial invitation to these services is extended to the public. German Evangelical Lutheran Trinity church, second Sunday after Trinity Services at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'olook p. m. All Germans are cordially invited to attend these services. Sunday sohool at 10 o'clock. Rev. G. A. Neeff, pastor. IMert. Col. E. H. Bergmann is in receipt of a letter from Silver City announcing the sad news of the death of little Virginia, only child of Hon. H. H. Betts and wife, aged 5 years and !) months. The heartfelt sympathy of a hoBt of Santa Fe friends goes out to the sorrowing parents. 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. C. C. Miller, Hillsborough. B. Dailey, East Las Vegas. L. R. Allen, Laa Vegas. San Felipe, Albuquerque Jacob Weltmer, City. Fletcher 5k Arnold. Bland, N. M. John MoCullough Havana cigars at Colorado saloon. IT "PITY'S , jRAND CONCEUT Tt'KSDAY KVE, July 4. AT THE COURT HOUSE. MR. J. H. IH1HHV, New Mexico's Greatest Tenor. Assisted by MISS EDNA MILLS, Soprano. MRS. E. HAWTHORNE, Pianist. - PKOF. 1I M All 110, Violinist. MISS GRACE HAWKS, Comedlene. The Eollan Quartette Miss Edna Mills, 1st Soprano. Miss Grace Han ks, 2d Soprano. Miss Grace Nettleton, 1st Alto. Miss Kuth Jeuks, 2d Alto. OrplieuM Huartette Mr. J. P. Dupiiy, 1st Tenor. ' Mr. . I. K. Brown, 2d Tenor. Mr. E. Washburn, 1st Has. Mr. G. W. Johnston, 2d Bass. $1.00 TICKETS $1.00 On Sale at Ireland's Pharmacy. THE' MONARCH Is King! Light Mpeeily Htrong HandsoMe Wkiqhtsi 18 to 25 Poonds. E.W. Franz, At S. SPITZ, The S.A.1TT-A. FE. IT- IMT- EV9DLLHN STAMPING PINKING. MISS MUCLER'S FIRST NATIONAL BANK Santa Fe, New Mexico. Designated Depositary R. J. Palen -J. H. Vaughn rh " s x o t s e j ns 2 I I I a J H I s I i 4f lis B 1 I g I V a 8 5 1 i Jeweller. Jewels are the brightest things that come to hand. Come to ns for jewelry of every deseription. There is muoh to admire in our display of sparkling gems ard artistic novelties, for the simple reason that our assortment is remarkable for nothing so muoh as it is for its com prehensiveness. It is only necessary to look at what we have to see that this is the case. It is missing muoh to miss see ing our stock. Your eyes must describe it to you, as we can not attempt the task. Seeing is knowing, and in. this ease, knowing is almost equivalent to baying, our prioes are so reasonable. mm & FANCY COODS. of the United States President Cashier .1 n 1 . - 'i';. ,.'V...: '.": .j -'i'.y - i V ..'