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NTA FE DABLY NE SANTA FE, N. M.. TUESDAY. JULY 2. L895. NO 110 VOL.32. MEXICAN: . H. COEBEL, Catron Block WAGNER & 'DEALERS PIIITII k QDEMSWARE EABBVABE, HKiBE Al STOVES. "We have a full line of Picture Frames and Mouldings and in fact everything in the household line. We will furnish you from the parlor to the kitchen on easy payments and bedrock prices. We carry the largest stock in the city. We repair all kinds of furni ture, sewing machines and muscal instruments. Remake mat tresses and all kinds of upholstering. ?' TH PALACE HOTEL, SANTA FE, N. 58. THE OHLY FIRST " CLASS HOTEL IN THE CITY. RENOVATED THROUGHOUT. Terms, from $3.00 to $4.00 per Day. by ie Week or Month. HERMAN CLAUSSEN, Prop. S- WEDELES, WHOI'KHAliK Office and Warehouse Santa Fe, THE SANTA FE uottfrled Hchrobcr, President. '" DBEWEBS AND Gnu mil mm Santa Fe Lager Beer. MANUFA0T0EER8 OF SODA MINEPAL & CARBONATED W&TlRS. PATRONIZE THIS HOME INDUSTRY. Palace Avenue, - - Santa Fe N. M. COAL a TRANSFER, LUMBER AND FEED All kinds of Rough an Finished Lumber; Texas Flooring at the Lowest Market Pries; Windows and Boors. Also carry on general Transfer Business aaa deal in Hay and Grain. DUDROW tfc DAVIS, Propo. Boots, Shoes ILeatlaeF Findings, Oole A&nt for thi Cstt 4Y Pookard ChOQt. OantaFo, - - Csw pxlco. Hammocks hold first place for breezy coolness. Summer isn't summer without a hammock. Some hammocks, though, are worse than none at all, being too flimsy and badly made to be either safe or comfortable. It will pay you to get a good hammock while you are about it, even if you pay a little more for it. Our hammocks have been voted Al by all who have purchased them. Better not to lie at all if you can't lie well and ooinfort ably. Speak the truth at all times, but if you lie do so in one of our hammocks. Santa Fr., N. M. HAFFNER IN" m Special Bates to Persons or Parties DBA mil IN Lower 'Frisco St. New Mexico. BREWING CO, BOTTLKBS OF COLORADO CONVENTION. Democratic Silver Olnane Meeting In Denver Slenderly AltendeU-3o federal Officials Present. Denver, July 2. Just thirty persons were assembled at East Turner hall at 10 m.. the time set for the Democratic mass convention for the consideration of the flnanoial question Chairman rank Ar bnckle, of the state central sommittee, who called the convention at the request of the committee, was not present, but sent an address discouraging radical ac tion, to be read by Secretary Olney New ell. It was claimed that the small atten dance was due to a misunderstanding of the time at which the meeting was to be held and it was confidently predioted tnat the afternoon session would bring out a large crowd. At 10:40 a. m. Beoretary fleweu, oi me state central committee, oalled the meet ing to order, about fifty persons being present. Mr. Newell, in- hia- opening ad dress, suggested that the present flnanoial polioy of the government accounted in a measure for the fact that leading Demo crats had sent letters instead of at tending. He spoke iu severe terms of the aotion of certain office holders in try ing to prevent the present meeting, lest something might be BBid to hurt their political chanoes. He then read ine aaaress or unairmaa Arbnokle, which was received without demonstration. Mr. Arbnokle character ized the aotion of the Illinois Demooraoy, in adopting resolutions of condemnation of the administration, as impolitic and disgraceful, nnd advised this convention to do nothing to forfeit the respect of the national Democracy. Mr. Newell also read a letter from Charles S. Thomas, national oommitte man, who was 'detained by business in Colorado Springs, strongly indorsing the convention and urging aotion in favor of the free coinage of silver. It was warmly oheered. An organization was effected with Oen. Samuel E. Brown as chairman and J. H. McDonald, of Weld oounty,as secre tary. A committee on resolutions was selected, after whioh the meeting ad journed till 8 p. m. Among the promi nent Demoorats present were Judge Cald well Yeaman and T. S. O'Donnell, of Den ver; B. 0. Sweeney, of Trinidad; Dr. Jones, of Boulder; B. U. Dye, of Otero county. No federal office holders were seen. Smoke the Crown Medal cigar, only to be bad at Ireland's Pharmacy. first Meeting of Ballsbnry's Cabinet. London, July 2. The first meeting of Lord Salisbury's new oabinet took place to-day and attracted many sight-seers to Downing street. When you have that tired feeling step in and take a pepsin phosphate at Ireland's Pharmacy. Bismarck Very III. Freidriohrhue, July 2 Prinoe Bismarck is seriously ill and unable to partake of food. Count Herbert Bismarck and other members of the ez-ohanoellor's family have arrived. Berlin. A correspondent, who has in timate relations with the Bismarck fam ily, says that Bismarck has been suffer ing from great physioal depression, com bined with severe neuralgia in the faoe, and is only able to take liquid food. This is for you! Smoke a Diamond D cigar. Best 5 cent cigar on earth. Can only be had at Ireland's Phar macy. Ruinous Rates In Mexico. New York, July 2. Negotiations have been begun by bankers representing large interests in Mexican railways look- ng to the re-establishment of the Mex ican pool whioh was broken June 1, The four chief parties to the agreement, which was adopted in 1892 are the Mexican Central and Mexican National and the two Vera Cruz routes. Bates are quoted at ruinous prices to get what business is in sight and general demoralization pre vails. Headquarters for fine soaps and all toilet articles. Ireland's Pharmacy. Kate Cutting In Texas. St. Louis, July 2. The M. K. & T. has announced a reduoMon of 50 per cent in the one way rate between St. Louis and all points in Texas, effective from July 5 to July 25. This is an extension of the cut here to the first announced Kansas City-Fort Worth rate. The trouble grows ont of a home seeker's excursion, author ized for July 6. If you are a stranger ask where you will go to buy your drugs; nine out of ten will tell you to go to Ireland's Pharmacy. Advance of P la Iron. Philadelphia, July 2. The Thomas Iron company has given notice of an sd vanoe In the prioe of pig iron, averaging about $1 per ton. Ice cold soda water, only pure fruit juice syrups used at Ireland's Phar macy. . DR. BUCHANAN CASE. . Attorneys of the Electrocuted Wife Slarderer Threaten laoaae Units. New York, July 2. Col. Geo. W. Gib boos, who, with A. C. Butts, labored hard to save the wife mnrderer, Dr. Buchanan, from the electric chair, said to-day that he did not intend to let the ease drop. "Nothing, however, can be done until the United States court decides the question of our appeal," he said; "we will proceed the same as if Dr. Buchanan were alive." "Will you commence an aotion against the state and warden of Sing Sing for damages," the aolonel was asked. "If the United States supreme court decides in our favor, we will push the case to the limit," he replied. Treasurer Claims to have Brew . Knbbed. . Little Rook, Ark., July 2. A Demoorat special from Harrisbnrg says that J, H. Vanderver, treasurer of Poinsette county, claims to have been robbed of several thousand dollars yesterday. July 1 is the last day for oounty treasurers to settle and the dlsoovery ot the alleged robbery just before the hoar of settlement caused sensation. . - lbban Kefused. London, July 2. A special dispatch from Rome says the pope invited Cardinal Gibbons to surrender his diocese, that of Baltimore, and reside in Rome and to take part in the politics of the vatioan. It is added the Cardinal refused. Try a wild cherry phosphate from the soda fountain at Ireland's Phar macy. Wins a Cool Million. Plattsmouth, Neb., July 2. James Fox well, a carpenter residing in this city, went to England last wiuter to establish his rights as a claimant to one-third of his deceased u note's estate. A letter, re ceived here yesterday, brought news to Foxwell's family that he had been victorious. The estate is valued at $3, 000,000. One thing that will never be done: A percentage oi mission paid o.. prescriptions al u s Pharmacy, The 4th la Here. St Louis, July 2. John Allis, tliB9 year old son of George Allie, oooper, was in stantly killed by the explosion of a huge rocket that fell in front of the house and which he pioked up. Bertie Moborly, a 13-year old companion, was badly wound ed. Robert Blank, a private watohman,who fired the rocket, is undor arrest, and will probably be prosecuted for manslaughter. I don't care which doctor writes your prescriptions, but take them where you know they will be carefully and accurately compounded. So take them to Ireland's Pharmacy. Patents Pronounced Volil. Cleveland, Ohio, July 2. The U. 8. cir ouit court has handed down a decision, whioh may prove a knock out blow to the Amerioan Fibre Chamois company, of New York. The Fibre company brought suits against various firms here for an in fringement on their patents in the manu facture of fibre, whioh is used in making women's garments. The court holds that the patents are absolutely void. Similar suits are pending against the big dry goods houses of fibre manufacturers in nearly all of the large oities. Not a doctor in the town but knows that he can get the best service and better class of drugs at Ireland's Phar macy than anywhere in the territory of New Mexico. liOOkM War Like. Taooma, Wash., July 2. The Norwe gian steamer Oscar II. 18 days from Vlad ivostok, Siberia, brings news that the indications are good for another oriental war. Unknown to the outside world, Captain R. Anderson, of the steamer, says, Uussia has massed 80,000 men at Vlad ivostok, and it is believed in Siberia that preparations are being made for an ad vanoe upon Japan. Captain Anderson says: "Russia has been secretly but aatively at work, and in the event of trouble with Japan is prepared to hurl a formidable naval and land foroe into the aoveted territory which Japan has wrested from China. In side the harbor the entire Pacific fleet of Russian warships is massed, ready to steam down the ooast at a moment's no tice. On shore 80,000 troops have been concentrated, and the evidence is clear that Russia is fully prepared for trouble in case the Japanese government gives any oocasion for it." OREGON TRAIN ROBBERS. Mouthern Pacific Overland Train Hnc. ccasfully Looted Last Night. Grant's Pass, Oregon, July 2. The Southern Pacific Overland train, north bound, was stopped last night at 10:10 by three highwaymen, near Riddles, about thirty miles south of Roseburg. Sticks of dynamite were placed on the rails, which disabled the engine by blowing the flanges off from the pony trucks. Taking the fireman the two highwaymen pro ceded through the train. - Every car was searched. Nothing was obtained from the express car, as there was no treasure on board. The rortiana, raooma, oeat tle and Viotoria, B. C, registered sacks were rifled, and the passengers also were searched, but just what was seoured was not known. One highwayman took a hasty shot at Conduotor Kearney without effect. Supt. Fields, of the Southern Paoifio, in an hour after learning of the hold np, had two parties on the way to the scene of the robbery. State Printer Hudson. Topeka, Kas., July 2. Judge Hazen to-day refused to grant the order asked for by E. H. Snow to restrain J. E. Hud son from assuming the office and per forming the duties of state printer. Parliament Will Be Prorogued. London, July 2. The first lord of the the treasury, A. J. Balfour, announced in the house ot commons to-day that parlia ment would be prorogued on Saturday and dissolution would follow Monday. Keduced Rates Over the Hants Fe Route. United Societies of Christian Endeavor, Boston, Mass., July 10 to 14. One lowest standard first-class fare, from Santa Fe (168.65 161.60) j dates of sale 8 to 6, in clusive. Good to return nntil July 27. An extension to August 6 may be ob tained by depositing tiokets with joint agent of the Boston terminal lines. Triennial uonoisve, unignig lempinr, Boston, Mass., August 26 to 80. One low est standard fare for the round trip from Santa Fe ($68.65 $61.60); dates of sale August 17 to 22, inclusive, noai limit Sept. 15. An extention will be granted until Oct. 6, ll tickets are depositee, vita ioint seent of the Boston terminal lines. Bantist Young Peoples' Union of Amerioa, Baltimore, Md., July 18 to 21. One lowest first-class fare for the round trip from Santa Fe ($61.70); dates of sale,' Julv 18 to 14. Final limit for return Amrnst 8. 1896. National Encampment G. A. R., Louis ville. Kv.. Sept. 10 to 14. One lowest first-olsss fare for the round trip from Santa Fe to Chicago or St. Louis gate ways and to 1 oeut per mile f.om those gateways to Louisville and return. Rate via St. Louis ($12.65); dates of sale Sept. 6 to 8. Final limit for return Sept., 26, 1898. For further partioulars as to rates and roates oall at olty tloket omoe. . H. 8. Lots, Agent. Gso. T. Nioholsob, G. P. A. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. rapt. Ilou-gate Remanded to Jail Charged with Fllilusterln--Chief of Weather Hnreau ' in Trouble. Washington, July 2. Capt. Henry W. Howgate, a former disbursing officer of the signal service, who after years of wandering as a fugitive, was found in New York City in business as a second hand book dealer, He was sentenced to day to eight years imprisonment in the penitentiary. He was convicted last week of falsification of accounts in 1879. Howgate was removed to jail to await the result of an appeal. OHABOED WITH FILIBUSTEBINO. Official information has been received here that the real reason for the deten tion by the United States, nt Key West, of the small cutter, Attick, is that she is charged with filbustpi !ng. HABRINOTON BKLIEVED. Prof. Mark W. Harrington, chief of the weather bureau, has been relieved from duty, owing to a disagreement with Sec retary Morton. TI1K JIAItKim New York, July 2. Money on call nominally easy at 1 per cent; prime mercantile paper, 2 IS. Silver, 66; lead, $3.12. Chicago. Cattle, market quiet, gener ally steady; Texas steers, $2.75 $1.50; bulk, $3.30 $3.09. Sheep, slow and barely steady. Kansas City. Cattle, market slow nnd weak; Texas steers, $2.00 $-1.20; Texas oows, $2.00 $2.80; beef steers, $3. '0 $5.10; native cows, $1.50 $3.75;stockers and feeders, $2.50 $3.20; bulls, $1.85 $2.25. Sheep, steady. Chicago. Wheat, July, -70; Aug., 70. Corn, July, li't Sept., 46' jj. Oats, July, 23 J Aug., 23. TRAGEDY IN TEXAS. teo. Hake Bhotaiid Killed ntCoi's" eoua A Woman In the A flair. Corsicana, Texas, Jnly 2. Geo. Wake was shot and killed at Mathew's hotel last night by J. W. and A. L. Thompson, of Groesbeck. Wake had an appointment with Thompson's daughter, Mrs. Faulk ner. The father and son followed the daughter to Corsicana. At the hotel the Thompsons found Wake and Mrs. Faulk ner in a room together, and began firing at Wake. Eight bullets entered his body, but before he died he shot A. h. Thomp son, badly wounding him. The Thomp sons weie arrested. Cloud Burst In Nebraska. Denver, Julv 2. A special to the Times from McCook Neb., says: There was a cloud burst in the neighborhood of Haigler and Ives, in western Dundy coun ty, last night, oansing five washouts on the Burlington road. One washout is about 100 feet long and fifteen deep. Up to 1 o'clock to-day no trains arrived from the west. Fine MoBrayer whisky at Colorado sa loon. Hurled Down an Embankment. Pittsburg, Jnly 2. Jas. CausBian, a glass worker of New Kensington, with his wife and children, a boy of six and a girl of eight, were driving home last night. At the top of a high hill, the horse frightened and plunged to the side over an embank ment. The occupants of the buggy were hurled over the preoipice. The girl was instantly killed. Mrs. CauBsian's back was broken and the son was injured, probably fatally, Mr. Caussian was badly hurt, but will recover. Everywhere We Wo We find some one who has been cured by Hood's Sarsapariltn, and people on nil hands are praising this great medioine for what it has done for them nnd their friends. Taken in time Hood's Sarsa porilla prevents Berious illness by keep ing the blood pure and all the organs in a healthy oondition. It is the great blood purifier. Hood's Pills become the favorite cath artic with every one who tries them... 25o. per box. A Bargain. A ohanoe for a bargain will be had nt the sale of the Eugenio Yrissarri place, on the sonth side of the river, which will take place Saturday, at publio auction, iu front of the postofflee. This is a fine, new. two-storv brick resideuoe ana must be sold for cash to the highest bidder by the trustees. The original cost of this residence was about $6,000, and it is to be a bargain for someone desiring a home. Milk Pnnoh 10 ots a glass at the Colo rado saloon. About a Vent a mile To City of Mexioo and return, over the Santa Fe route and Mexican uentrai. Tiokets on sale July 6 to 20. The oppor tunity of a lifetime to see the Paris of Mexioo! ' FLAT-OPENING BLANK BOOKS Being satisfied that if you have once used a flat-opening book, you will al ways use them, and in order to get Jou to try one the New Mexican tinting 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: . r. (400 pases) Cash Book V fr. (4NO " Journal . . li.C 9 7 Or. (sow " ) Ledger . . 7. They are made with pages 10Uxl6 inches, of a good ledger paper with round cornered covers. The books are made in our bindery and we guar antee every one of them. THE NEW XZI0AN. 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, Oerrillos. B. E. Newcomer, Albuquerque. B. T. Link, Silver City. J. B. Hodgen, Deming. 0.0. Miller, Hillsborough. B. Dailey, last Las Vegas. L. K. Allen, Las Vegas. San Felipe, Albuquerque Jacob Weltmer, City. Fletcher ft Arnold, Bland, N. M. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Absolutely pure THE PEOPLE'S FORUM. The Habeas Corpus Act Seems to Bo in a Muddle Mr. Caw Again at the Bat. To the Editor of the New Mexican. Albuquerque, July 1. It is said that our last legislature mixed things regard ing the writ of habeas corpus act. Pre vious to 1889, as section 2014 of the Com piled Laws stood, application for such a writ could be made before two justices of the peace, as well os before a district or supreme judge, but when the justices of the peace happened to divide in their ideas, no result could be attained. The legislature of 1889 repealed entire that portion of the section giving this power to justices of the peace, by section 2 of chapter 17 of the laws of that session, under date of January 81, bnt followed such notion by a later aot dated February 26 of that year, page 207 of the laws of that year, by an aot attempting to amend that section by providing that three jus tices of the peace would have such power. It was under this last aot that the three justioes in Santa Fe county turned the three prisoners loose that Judge Seeds had committed to jail. Now our last legislature, page 43 laws of 18U5, comes along and repeals this last act of 1889 which was itself an amending act or a repealing aot, and now the question arises, does not the repeal of this amend ing or repealing aot (if it did amend or repeal anything) revive the original act, that is, Beetion 2011, as it stood previous to 1889? Ahxioos INQ.UIUEU. TH-E CHANGE OF VENUE LAW. To the Editor of the New Mexican. Albuquerque, July 1. After the ad journment of the 31st legislative assem bly, Pinito Pino, who was ohairmau of the judiciary committee of the honse, stated to you that he had made n report on H. B's. No. 2 and 7 to repeal the pres ent change of venue law too late to be aoted upon by the house. Iu reply I stated that if he made suoh statement he simply lied, as no report whatever was ever made by the judioiary committee upon those bills. A few days later M. F. Sena, who was chief clerk of the house, published a card stating that I was mis taken, that such a report was made by Pino, as stated by him. I have waited to examine the journal of the house before making reply to that card and have jUBt carefully and critically examined the same and find that I waB correct and that Mr. Hinkle's bill No. 2 and my bill No. 7 to repeal the present objectionable change of venne law, "repose in the graveyard of Pinito Pino's insid6 pocket," to him having been assigned the duty of drafting a substitute therefor, whicn duty he failed to perform and both he and Sena made false statements in your paper to make it appear that I was in error in making that charge. i). P. Cabb. If I were to pay a commission on prescriptions the amount must come from you or a cheap class of drugs used. It is a plain cold business prop osition and not hard to understand. Motto, get your prescriptions filled at Ireland's Pharmacy. Uraud Celebration nt Prescott, A. T. For the above occasion the Santa Fe route will place on sale tickets to Pres cott, A. T., and return at one standard fare ($30.10). Dates ot sale, June z to July i, 1895; continuous posBage in each direction; final limit for return, July 20, 1895. H. 8. Lutz, Agent. Best 15 cent cigar in town at Ire- land's Pharmacy. NEW MEXICO NEWS. Boarding houses are becoming numer ous in La Belle. Gov. Stover has leased the Stonewall mine at Magdalena. A mountain lion has been lately seen and heard in the suburbs of La Belle. New steel rails are being laid on the railroad between Las Vegas and Romero- ville. Mrs. Chas. Zeigor, whost arm was brokon in a runaway accident at Albuquerque, is getting on very well. Arohuleta, of Lumherton, has pur chased the Burns cattle and is buying steers from severol parties. The big Richmond engines in use on the A., T. & 8. F. road in New Mexioo weigh 242,000 pounds and carry 4,000 gallons of water in the tender besides eight tons or coai. The Ban Juan Index is accountable for this: A mountain trout weighing nine pounds and measuring twenty-six and one-half inohes in length was caught in Pine river Sunday last by a Durango man. The San Juan Index: The spirit mani fested by the tax-payers of. this school district in the matter of voting $2,000 bonds for the purpose of building a new school house was in keeping with this age of progress and liberality. At Pena Blanca on Sunday night oc curred the death of Mrs. Lnpe Luoero, probably the oldest person in central New Mexico. She remembered distinctly the eclipse oi the sun in 1806, and was then a grown woman. Las Vegas Examiner: There is no doubt that the dying off of trees in Liu coin park is wholly due to the rank arowth of alfalfa which is literally chok ing our beautiful trees to death. If the nroper city authorities will take the neo eseary steps to kill the alfalfa, instead of looking for a remedy for borers, thiy will probably save the life of many of them, otherwise the trees in Lincoln park are doomod. Says the Albnquerque Citizen: An other dark chapter is now added to the oowardly assassination of the two sheep herders inthe northwestern part of this county, ine details, as far as learned have been published In the Citmn. Sat urday's Citizen told of the finding of the bodies of Maximo Sandoval and Pedro Lobato, Jr. It is now learned that Pedro Powder Lobato, the father of the murdered boy, is also missing. He is part owner of the sheep, the other owner being Francisco Archibeque, of Algodones. It is likely that the old man has met the same terri ble fate as the boys. Nothing should be left undone to run down the assassin or assassins. Some people do not like us, I will tell you the reason, you must pay your bills if you deal at Ireland's Pharmacy. Urand Concert To-morrow iMclit. The grand concert for the benefit of the Santa Fe fire department at the conrt house to-morrow evening promises to be a rare musical' feast. The finest vocal and instrumental musicians of the city have volunteered their services for the promotion of the good canse and they certainly should be greeted by a large andience. Following is the attractive program arranged for the occasion: Selected. Santa Fo Orchestra Vocul Solo Cruel Fortune ttruani Chus. C DuChemiu. Pinno Solo Annie Laurie NeetT Kev. G. A. Neeff. Trio Hearts T.iyht as Air Wekerlin Ladies' Wednesday Club. Violin Solo Singelce Fr. Zampa (jieo. Itaiu. Piano Solo My Moruini? Caprice.. Gros. Jeau A. W. Conroy. Voeat Solo The Vagabond.. ..W. It. Gulliford Selected I Irchestra Ji pit nt ion -Selected Miss Gulliford Vocal Solo--For All Eternity Masolieroni Mis. (i. D. Koch. Piano Solo Silver Cascade I'olka Conroy A. YV. Ccmroy. Vocal Solo Simon, the Cellarer W.H. Gulliford Trekets, 50 cents; now on sale at Ire land's, Creamer's, Newton's, Weltmer's and at the Arcade. Secure seats at once. Don't blame your physician, he only prescribes for the patient, good, pure, fresh and honest drugs are expected to do the rest. All drugs guaranteed of the highest standard of purity at Ireland's Pharmacy. 100 CASES, SHOES, SHOES, SHOES. All kinds of boots and shoes have advanced considerably. We are just now in receipt of 100 cases of different kinds for ladies, gents and children, which were purchased before the ad vance. They all will go at the old cheap prices. If you want good goods at low prices, buy your shoes of us. GUSDORF & DOLAN. Best 10 cent cigar in land's Pharmacy. town at Ire- PERSONAL. Gov. E. S. Stover oarae up from Albu querque this morning. Hon. Pedro Perea came up from Albu querque on the morning train. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Money have re moved to the Gildersleeve plnco 011 upper Palace avenue. Mr. A. P. Back, the wull known sheep buyer, iB here from Lns Vegas. Mr. G. D. Koch is down from San Juan to take in the Independence day festivities. Mrs. Grant Rivenberg and son and rs. M. J. Warner returned from Albu querque this morning. Managers. Geo. CunJiff and Charles Yondorf, of the Albuquerque firemen's running team, are iu the city. The Las Vegas ball team will arrive this evening and to morrow morning at 10 will cross bats with the Santa Fe team. Miss Ida L. Frost, who has been visit ing friends at the Santa Fe Indian sohool, is now the guest of Miss Mabel Milligan, of Las Vegas. Jr. aud Mrs. Louis II f eld arrived from the Duke city this morning and will spend the 4th of July with friends in this oity. From here they will go east. r. W. A. Clark, the Montana copper king, whom western Democrats are talk. ing of for vice-president, passed down the A., T. & S. F. to-day en route to Ari zona. John Ball, of Glorieta, and Tom Bart- lett and Henry Winsor, from the upper Pecos, are in town on land office business. The latter reports fine rains, nn abund ance of grass and splendid crops in the tip the river region. Frank Becker, the Santa Cruz mer chant, is in town laying in supplies. He says the crops in the Santa Cruz, Es panola and San Juan valleys were never in finer condition than they are this season. Mr. Henry C. Wisner and his charming little daughter, Miss Mary, accompanied by Mr, H. C. Cartis, a civil engineer, ar rived from Detroit laBt night and are guests at the sanitarium. They are here for a month's outing and will take in the Jemez oouutry for a fishing trip. Tou have never had any soda water until you have tried those luscious fruit syrups, only to be had at Ire land s Pharmacy. Oi. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Hlnhejt Medid and Oipleara. fourth of July. For the above occasion the Santa Fe toute will place on sale tickets nt one fare for the round trip. Dates of ssle, July 2, 8 and 4, 1895, good to return July fi. This includes all stations iu New Mex ico, Colorado and El Paso, Texas. " For particulars call on agents of the Santa Fe route. 1- H. 8. Lutz. After dinner to-morrow smoke one of those Amoroso all-Havana cigars, can only be obtained at Ireland's Pharmacy. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Pair Highest Award, ''