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The Daily Hew Mexican TUESDYY. JULY 23. Notice Is hereby given thnt orders piven by employes iiiion theNEW Mexican 1'rliitliig Co., will not bo honored unless previously endorsed by tho business manager. Motlee. Requests for back numbers of the New Mexican, must stute tlute wanted, or they will receive no atlritiou. A'lvcrtiMins Itulcs. Wanted One cent a w ord each insertion. Local Teiicents per line each insertion. Kcudinif Local 1 'referred position 'i wen-ty-Hve Lnts per line each insertion. Displayed l'o dollars an Inch, single eoliuiin. per month in Daily. One dollar an inch, sintrle column, in either English or Spanish W eekly. Additional prices and particulars given on receipt of copy of matter to be inserted. I'rices vary according to amount of matter, length of time to run, position, number of t'lmugs, etc. ( Ine copy only of each paper in which an ftd appears will be sent free. Wood base electros not accepted. No display advertisements accepted for less than $1 not, per month. No reduction in price made for "every other iluv" udverlisoments. M KTEKOLOGICAL, f. S. Department oif Agnioi I'l.TFltB, ) ' OllSKKVER i, July 22. 1895.) WltATUUK Hl'KKAU OFPIOE OB Santa r e j; A 0 33 . --a 3 0 B B O n D 1 t 0 1 ID-1 1 1 a 0 ;.3 6:IHIa. nr. ti :U0p. m, 23 44 2:1 40 SH CMs- Cldy Miiximum Temperature t8 Minimum Temnerature 55 Total Precipitation 0.:w H. B. Hekbey, Observer Are you taking Simmons Liver Reg ulator, tho ' King, of Liver Medi cines?" That is what our reader? want, and nothing but that. It is the same old friend to which the old folks pinned their faith and were never dis appointed. But another good recom mendation for it is, that it is better than Pills, never gripes, never weak ens, but works in such an easy and natural way, just like nature itself, that relief comes quick and sure, and one feels new ail over. It never fails, Everybody needs take a liver remedy, ar.a everyone should take only Sim mons Liver Regulator. Be sure you get it. The Red i; cb the wrapper. J. H. Zeilia S Philadelphia. Henry Krick SOLS AGENT FOB LIPS' SI. LOUIS BEER,. The trade supplied from one bot tle to a carload. Mail orders promptly filled, linartaltipe St. Manta Fc. nothing JTailo o Order Sol. Spiegelberg, TS' FURNISHER Carry a full anil select line of HATH, CAIM, .I.OVi:i, tP., and every thing found in a lirst-clnss establish ment. SOCIETIES. A. F. fc A. M. Montezuma Lodge, No. 1, meets on the first Monday evening of each month at 7:110 o'clock, in the Masonio hall, in the Kahn block, Ran Francisco St. Visiting brethren are fraternally invited. W. 8. Hariiottn, W. M. P. S. Davis, Sec WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. Coronado Camp No. 3, Woodmen of the World, meets on the first Wednesday evening of each month at 8 o'clock, in Aztlan hall, I.O.O.F. Vuitiug sovereigns are fraternally invited. J. It. Bbady, Conanl Comdr. J. B. Sloan, Clerk. The World's Fair Tests thawed no baking powder to pare or so great In leav ealng power as tho Royal. PRESCRIPTION WORK A SPECIALTY. Mercks', Squibbs' and Wyetlis' Prep arations nsed at the Prescrip THEY FAILED AGAIN. The Gonzales y Bon-ego Brothers Make a Second Fruitless Attempt to Free Themselves from their Chains. On last Saturday afternoon, Francisco and Antonio Gonzales y Borrego, two of the four men in the county jail under sentence of death for the murder of ex Sheriff Chavez, made another fruitless ef fort to free themselves from their Bhaekles and regain their liberty. It will be remembered that some throe weeks ago the Gonzales y Borrego broth ers were provided with two small files and a small saw by Jim Harris and that with these tools they contrived to out their chains so that they were in readi ness to avail themselves of the iirat op portunity to escape and doubtless had reasou to expoot outside help in further- nce of their plan. In the second effort, not having proper working tools, they undertook to break the links of their chaius where they wore attached to the irons on their fuet. ?.'his had proceeded so far that Francisco had broken, by stamping with his feet, one of the links in his brother's chain, and, if the officers had not interfered, doubtless the same method would have been adopted for breaking a link in tho chain attaching Franoieoo to the floor. Deputy Tucker immediately removed the old chains and replaced them with heavy log-chains, which can hardly be broken by the prisoners and can not easily be out with files. Indeed, Mr. Tuoker assures the Kkw Mexican that the prisoners will not again have a chance to work with files. When n reporter of this paper called at the county jail this morning, and looked into the cell where the Borreiros are con fined, both of the condemned men were lying on comfortable looking couches on the floor with a log chain about six feet long attaching a foot of each one to the floor. Another prisoner without shackles was sitting on a stool in the cell. While this cell is probably as good as the oount y could provide at present, it is not an in viting place to think of spending a year in. Indeed, prison or jail cells are none of them particularly attractive. I.nmy l.oenlH. Lamy junotiou is a pretty busy railroad point. Six regular freight trains each way pass there daily and these with the passengers and extra freights make the average number of daily trains about twenty-four. Last month as high ai thirty-two trains daily were handled. Some forty or lifty A., T. & 8. F. em ployes make their headquarters there. The genial Max Donueubaum is agent in charge; Ld. Hermaun is day operator and Ueo. Sexton night operator. W. U. Hnrtshorne is mannger for Harvey's din ing station and employs a dozen people. Irain No. 4, enst bound, is served there for breakfast and No. 3, south bound, for supper. ROUND ABOUT TOWN. Regular club dance by the Sooial club to-night. Weather permitting Prof. Perez' band will give a concert in the plaza at twi light this evening. Auditor Maroelino Garcia has appointed Juan Delgado, late deputy sheriff, as deputy auditor of territorial accounts, in plaoe of Jose D. Sena, who served under Auditor Perez. Owing to washouts below Cerrillos the Denver base ballista were unable to reach here in time to play ball to-day, but will be on the diamond to-morrow afternoon at 3, with the same team as published in yesterday's New Mexican. Dr. Harronn reports that Capt. J. L. Bullis, TJ. S. Indian agent, was so much better this morning that be clamored for butter-milk and other nourishment. The captain says that one week of his illness is a total blank so far as his recollection concerned. Mr. Jose D. Sena, late deputy auditor, has presented to the auditor for approval n account against the territory of $2,000 f Miguel Salazar for services as district attorney in the San Miguel county dis trict in 188:1-1)0. Amado Baoa is asso ciated with Mr. Sena as attorney in the ease. Auditor Garcia has required that the account be itemized before he will pass upon it. Some time ago Mr. I II. Ilnrroun, em ployed as a surveyor on the National oemetcry work in this city, asked the quartermaster general for a leave of ab sence. His request was refused. Then Mr. Harronn gave the quartermaster gen eral the alternative of granting him a leave of absence or aooeptinghis resigna tion. The resignation was accepted and Supt. Joseph was instructed to proceed with the work without the farther services of an engineer. President E. T. Webber, of the Board of Trade, has addressed letters to the boards of trade at Cerrillos and Albu qnerque and to lion. John Y. Hewitt, of White Oaks, urging that committees be named to gather data on the subjeot of railroad traffic in oase the narrow gauge ECZEMA Most Distressing of Skin Diseases Instantly Relieved by ticinra WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS A warm bath with Cuticura Soap, and. a single application of Cuticura (ointment) ,the great Skin Cure, followed by mild doses of Cuticura Resolvent (blood puri fier), will afford instant relief, per mit rest and sleep, and point to a speedy, permanent, and economi cal cure when all other methods fail. BnM throughout til. world. Brltlih depot! T. Niww krt ft Sons, , King KriwtnMt, London. Potti. 1)111)0 akd Cut. Com-,, Sole Prop.,, Baton, V. . A. lino ia extended, and asking them to be in readiuess, should President Jeffrey visit Santa Fe shortly, to come here and meet him. Some queer rumors are afloat about town to-day. One is to the effeot thnt Delegate-elect T. B. Catron has secured a controlling interest in the Las Vega& Optic and the Albuquerque Domoorat. The other is that Gov. Hughes, of Arizona, is to resign in favor of Mr. C. M. Shan non and that Mr. Wm. Burns, in case of Mr. Shannon's appointment, is to enter the race for appointment ns collector. These rumors conld not be traced to re sponsible sources, and were pooh-pooh by many. They are simply given here for what they nre worth, street rumors. OUTING- PARTIES. rointers on Prominent People Now Enjoying' Themselves 111 Mountain Nooks Near Santa Fe. Sheriff Cunningham writes to Deputy Tucker that he expects to remain .at the Sulphurs about ten days longer. Hon. H. B. Fergnsson and wife were passengers from Albnquerquo last night en route to the upper l'ecos. Sherrard Coleman holds the palm as a Pecos river fisherman. In five days he caught over 400 tront on the'Mora branch and landed the biggest in his party, the trout weighing one and a half pounds. Mr. Fred Moe, principal of the Jeffer son school of Detroit, Mich,, who, with his wife, has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Amado Chavez for the last few days, left yesterday for the county of Valencia to visit the Indian pneblos and other plaoes of interest of that county. They will be accompanied by Mr. Geo. A. Beobe and Mrs. G. B. Nichols, of Hermosa, N. M,, and will be gone two weeks. Mr. Moe is a distinguished edncatorand a well known scientific man. He will make a very carofnl examination of the ancient mines at San Mateo and other places. Misses Eagan, Solignac, Jones and parly are expeoted home to night from the upper Pecos. At last reports Mr. Coombs and the Messrs. Solignao had made a total catch of five trout, and they weren't very large tront either, all of which proves that a man can't be sociable and gallant and catch the wily trucha, even on tho Pocos. Prof. G. Wharton James, well known to many Santa Feans, has been making extensive excavations among the historio rnins in Cobolleta canon, Valencia county. He has many flue photographio views which will be nsed in illustrating a leo tnre he is preparing on the prehistoric southwest. Dr. Enos Andrews has returned home from a two weokB' outing at the Jemez and Snlphnr hot springs. He reports having had a most enjoyable vacation. Messrs. Gilderaleeve, Cunningham, Shelby and Bentlcy are still at the Sulphurs. A IHHtiiiKitiaheil Visitor. Mr. Edward B. Whitney, first assistant attorney general for the United States, arrived in the city last night, en route to Washington from a business trip to the Paoifio coast. Mr. Whitney was a visitor here last summer and made many friends among onr citizens. He is one of the ablest young attorneys of the age, and won distinction by the ability and skill which characterized his defense of the in come tax act before the supreme court. Mr. Whitney is a New Yorker, bnt never theless he is a Democrat who firmly be lieves iu the principle of equalizing the burden of taxation. In the July number of the Fortjm he has an able and exhaus tive articled on the subjeot and dealing with the dangers of the supreme oourt's decision in the recent celebrated oase be fore thnt tribunal. After a day or two here Mr. Whitney will continue his journey eastward, if he does not decide to go to Ojo Calionte to join Mr. Joseph in taking somo depositions in Indian dep redation olaims. Mr. Renehan, the editor of the New Mexican and sevoral others have invited him to become their guest on a trip to the upper Pecos in oaBe his business engagements will permit. iDERGMEi Miss Gnlliford will when Iter private classes reassemble 11 September, a so open a kimlorprnrten on the most modern and approved principles, assisted by another thoroughly trained teacher. Milk Punch 10 ots a glass at the Colo rado saloon. Wanted: A wide awake man to make a systematic distribution of onr new work. Everybody wants it! Everybody uetn it. Few can do without it. The easiest method of making money fast and at the same time please everyone to whom you give a copy absolutely free. We pay from $110 to $150 in cash for dis tributing our goods. All onr repreaenta tives average at least $10 a day. Give reference and full particnlars. Address American Cash Coupon Co., 1020 Chest- tint St,, Philadelphia, Pa. Fine MoBrayer whisky nt Colorado aa loon. PERSONAL. Uon. Eugenio Romero oame over from Las Vegas last night. Mr. H. C. Wisner has returned from the Jemez region and is again domiciled at the sanitarium. Mr. A. J. Mitchell, a welt known Raton attorney, is in the capital on business Harry Potter has returned from an ex tended trip to the principal eastern cities. Messrs. S. Bnrkhart, of Albnqnerqne, and Edward B. Whitney, of New York, are at the Palace. At the Exchange: II. Morton, Trididad; S. H. Shedloski, city; Engenio Romero, Las Vegas; A. J. Mitchell, Raton; II. Han eon, Beaumont; O. W. Alexander, Cer rillos. Dr. Chapman, of Fort Madison, Iowa, who has been here visiting his daughter, Mrs. Ad. Walker, has been called to Fredonia, Ohio, by n teligrnm announc ing the death of his aged father. Mr. John Jay Washburn, of Washing ton, in charge of National cemeteries, will leave for Leavenworth and St. Louis as soon as the washouts are repaired and trains begin running regularly. He ex presses himBelf as well pleased with the work so fat done at the National oome tery in this city. FEARFUL FLOODS. Traffic on the A., T. & S. F. Generally Suspended Waslionts in New Mexico and Elsewhere. A fraction less than two inches of rain fall is Santa Fe's reoord for the past two days and nights. In the south end of the county A., T. & S. F. trains are tied up by washouts; the telegraph wires are pros trated between Lamy junotion and Albu querque and little can be learned as to the extent of the damage. Passenger trains of yesterday and last night, west bound, are tied up at Las Vegas and Lamy. Neither freight nor ex press is received at the offices to-day un less on condition that it is subject to in definite delay. The main trouble is between Lamy and Bernalillo, at Ortiz station, and along the Rio Galisteo. The long iron bridge at Rosarin, orippled by Wednesday night's flood, has not yet been repaired. Perish able goods transferred there yesterday came to town last night in wretched shape, particularly the fruits. WOBSE AND MOEK OF IT. , At 2 o'clook this afternoon word from Cerrillos says the piles driven and all other work done yesterday to bolster np the iron bridge at RoBariowere swept out by last night's flood. Supt. Hurley is there in person directing the work and will make a fresh start at once. Below Albuquerque twelve miles of track has either been washed out or ia covered with mud. Between Lamy and Las Vegas the road bed is injured in many plaoes, and a heavy rain is falling that may do much damage. Advices from the vicinity of Dodge City say that many washouts along the A., T. t S. F., in Kansas have stopped the movement of trains. NEW MEXICO NEWS. The Gleaner reports that fire-bugs have recently made two attempts to burn property at Gallup. The Maxwell Land Grant company of fers tracts of grazing lands for rent, five to ten years, from 2 to 5 cents per aore. Las Vegas Examiner: A. MoFadden, who oame here for the pnrpose of buying sheep, and having seoured 4,000 head, leaves to-day for Mt. Hope, Eas. Collector Gabaldon complains that the taxes are coming in very slowly. The extra time allowed expires on the 81st and those wishing to escape the 25 per cent fine must have their taxes paid by that day. Las Vegas Optic. Gov. Molntyre has appointed five dole gates to represent Colorado at the na tional irrigation congress to be hold nt Albuquerque, N. M., September 17, 18 and ID, as follows: Senator G. W. Swink, of Rocky Ford; E. J. Eaton, of Colorado Springs; Senator David Boyd, of Greeley; D. A. Newcomb, of La Jnra; Lute Wilcox, of Denver. The new law in regard to oattle brands will no doubt work greatly to the ad vantage of this territory. Already thero have been a number of stolen cattle found by the cattle sanitary board, and as soon as cattle thieves learn that the ohanoes are greatly against them in disposing of "burnt" oattle there will be an end to the stealing. Las Vegas Optic Albuquerque Democrat: Col. S. H. Newman, the popular agent for the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, met with a painful accident Friday evening and now suffers from a broken rib. Col. Newman was riding his wheel north on Second street near Coal avenne, when he saw G. L. Altheimer ooming in the opposite direotion in a buggy, and be ing a beginner he was compelled to follow the path ohosen by his steed of steel, and as a result he collided with Althoiiner, falling heavily to the ground, his biejele landing on him. Did You ICver Think That you can not be well unless you have pure, rich blood r If you are weak, tired languid and all run down, it is because yonr blood is impoverished and lack vitality, inese troubles may be over come by Hood's Sarsaparilla because Hood's Sarsaparilla makes pure, rich blood. It is, in truth the great blood purifier. Hood's Pills cure liver ills, constipa tion, biliousness, jaundice, siok headache, indigestion. Pure sugar home-made candies fresh every day at the Lilliputian Novelty Ba zaar, Caspar avenue. (Not open Sun days.) THE PECOS? OTICE to tourists. In regard to transportation from Glorieta to tho Upper Pecos River, address J. W. Harrison, Glorieta, N. M. John MoOnllongh Oolorado saloon. Havana oigara at DAVID LOWITZKI, nilDQUABTKuS FOB FURNITURE, NEW AND SECOND HAND AT BED-B00E PRICES The highest prices paid for seoond hand goods. Yonr furniture will be taken, overhauled and repaired and sold on small commission. Give him a call before buying new or auction ing off your old household goods. EXCHANGE HOTEL. J. T. FOR8HA, Prop. S2.00 Per Dav. -"-ViroiVr: Special rates by ths week or month ror taoie ooura, wun or without room. A WonderfV free. Hon. Amado C . planted a few oherry trees in garden on upper Palace avenne, la. c year, of a new dwarf variety. 'The trees grow to a height of three feet and about 8,000 of them can be planted on one acre of ground. One of these trees is now two feet four inohes high and has, to-day, by actual oount 2,000 cherries of medium size. The fruit will not get ripe until the latter part of August when there are no cherries of any kind iu the country. It is claimed by the introducers that the fruit is delicious. If this proves to be true it will be a great acquisition as the tree is as hardy as a sage brush. People interested in fruit should see these trees during July and August. C0L0ES AND NUGGETS. Facta Regarding the Placer Mines iu the La Belle District. A person ooming into La Belle, who visits only the lode claims, misses more than one-half of the most interesting sightB, says the Cresset. A ride down along the Comanohe and its tributaries this week revealed many new things. We first started down Gold Guloh an found nearly every foot of ground, from the head to the foot, staked. Perry Eales are hard at work near the head the euloh, and showed us some fine colors. Neil Garner is running a ditch prepara tory to laying his sluice boxes. He down fifteen feet and can show you colors increasing in size from three feet down There is every indication that when bed rook is reached Neil's fortune is oertainly made. Mr. Jacobs has four men at work an has commenced to lay his slnioe boxes. Passing on the Comanche, we passe party after party hard at work. Every body is jubilant over his prospects an declares that within a month our mer chants will have to ..provide themselves with troy weights in order to handle the nuggets. with the splendid streams of never failing water, and with a heavy grade as all of the canons have, the plaoer mines of La Belle will soon have a world wide reputation. The hose and other necessary imple monts for hydraulic mining have arrived and are being put in operation on the Monitor placer near Anohor. Mr. Bayne has some fine nuggets from the claim in which he and Mr. Fortson are interested on the government side. One or two plaoers near Red River City are producing. Xrw Mexico University. The catalogue of the New Mexioo Uni versify for 1895, recently issued from the presses of the New Mexican, is not only a beautiful specimen of printing, but it gives a most satisfactory account of the past work and work contemplated by this excellent institution. The university is situated in Albuquerque and was es tablished by an aot of the legislature passed February 28,1889. The university building was completed in May, 1892, an in June tne normal department was opened. Tho university is supported by a tax of one-half a mill on each dollar of taxable property in the territory. The university is intended as the head of edu cation in the territory. AH students of schools in the territory are entitled to the privileges of education at the university eitner in tne normal, oommeroial oiasBicai departments. An annual ma triculation fee of $3 is required of each stndent entering any department or cIbbb which is used for purchasing books for the library. The V. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. Auction of Drug Stock Beginning on Thursday. Julv 25 1895, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the store recently occupied by Zumwalt, on the east side of the plaza, I will sell at public auction for casb, the TIOSIKKV, TKUHHKH, HCAI-ES, etc.. etc., recently belonging to the drug rirm ol Miller & Legace. iuo gooas were appraisea at over if 1,200 and consist of A Complete Outfit for drug store drugs, bottles, scales and everythme and will be sold for what they will bring, regardless of cost, xne sate may be continued from aoy 10 aay. By order of CEO. W. KNAEBEL, Trustee. CH AS, WAGNER, Auctioneer. Items f Interest Br The Wabash Man. Bulletin No. 6. ihe state of Colorado, has at nresent a noun ti,ntiu,uuo acres or public lands rom Kansas City to St. Louis bv the Wabash, the distance is 277 miles, Toledo 662 miles, New York 1437, Boston 1189 miles. Of vaoant public lands in Oolorado there are 40,851,000 acres. The Wabash is the rtoDular line east for its free chair ears, excellent meals at low pnoe, and its direot oonneotions in Union passenger stations. The United States national debt is at present $916,962,112, or $14.62 per capita, xne per capita indebtedness in France is ft 16; in England $87; in Dutch East India 64 cents. Any truthful tloket agent, lawyer or newspaperman will tell you that the Wabash Is the beat and cheapest line east. Lookout for bulletin No. 7. CM. Hampbon, Oommeroial Agent. For Hale.. Must be sacrificed at once, two valuable mining olaims at Ban Pedro, Santa Fe county, N. M., iu the New Plaoers mining distriot, near the Lucky and Big Copper mines. Sixty-five feet work done on one and forty feet on the other. Both have good leads and assay well. Address D. A., this office. S. SPITZ, The sistttl fe. nsr. iivr. .A.. STAAB, IMPORTER AND JOBBER Oldest and Largest Establishment in Southwest. Wholesale Dealer in Groceries, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, Dry G-oods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hardware. Santa Fe '-L'ZEEEjtU ALACE SANTA FE, N. M. THE ONLY FIRST CLASS HOTEL IN THE CITY. RENOVATED THROUGHOUT. terms, from $8.00 to $4.00 per Day. Speoial Rates to Persons or Parties by the Week or Month. HERMAN CLAUSSEN, Prop. CAKESASB PASTRY 1IAIE TOORItKK. NO. 4 BAKERY. H.B. CART WRIGHT &BR0 DEALERS IN Imported and Domestic RE.RI PRODUCE, FRESH FRUITS AMD VEGETABLES. HAY JL3STJD GKRAIlSr, Onr Conf eotions are Always Fresh. All principal lines being bought direot from manufacturers in carload lots, we are enabled to make the lowest prices to close buyers. POTATOES AND FLOUR SPECIALTIES EXOLTTSIVE AGENTS IN BANTA Oliver ft Imboden Company, Patent Imperial Flour. Mosca Milling ft Elevator Company, Homestead and Jewel Flour. J. W. Brown ft Co., Dew Drop Brand Canned Fruit, Fish and Vegetables. Chase ft Sanborn, Fine Coffees and Teas. tOoods for campers and out of town without extra charge. Mail orders solicited. TELEPHONE NO- 4. Jeweller. Silver jewelry equals the bioyole as a go. If the white metal has been demone tized it hasn't been dis-jewelled, and a glance at the number and variety of ar tistic aud beautiful articles which we show in our stock, justifies the prediction that it never will be. When it oomes to the question of silver holding the fort against gold for belt clasps, buckles, etc, the case stands 16 to 1 in favor of silver. Don't miss an early inspection of our silver sets that exhibit the white metal in the handsomest forms it was ever made to assume here or abroad. New Mexico HOTEL, FE POB customers carefully packed SATISFACTION GUARANTEED In every instance or your money will be cheerfully refunded. tion Counter. A- O. IRELAND, Jr., Prop.