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h ii 1 if (3 ) t j Nil "1 , i-f. ' v- if . t i ft i The Daily New Mexican WEDNESDAY, JULY 2i. Notice is hereby given that orders given by employes upon the Nkw Mexican Printing Co., will not be honored unless previously endorsed by the business manager. Notice Requests for back numbers of the Nkw Mkxican, must stute (lute will receive no attention. wanted, or they A'lvci'tiMinif Itutcs. Wanted Due cent a word each insertion. Local Ten cents per line each insertion. Heading Local Preferred position Twenty-live cants per line each insertion. Displayed Two dollars an inch, single column, per month in .Daily. One dollar an inch, single column, in either English or Spanish Weekly. Additional prices and particulars given on receipt (if 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 than $1 net. per mouth. No reduction in price made for "every other dav" advertisements. METEKOLOGICAL. fl. S. Department ok Aqricitltuhk, Whatuek U hue au Office of Ohhehvxr Santa Fe, July 23. 1895. co .Ss3 Bar- a bo 8 38 i ? P-2,?; 2 6:00a. ro. 2a -'4 5ti 97 N 6 Cldy B:0Up. m. 2 It 1)0 M 1 SK 8 l.t. Kn. M iximum Temperature 68 Minimum Temperature 55 Total Precipitation.... 1.43 ri. is. heksey. umerver, SIMMQNS REGULATOR? Are you taking Simmons Liver Reo- I'lator, the "King op 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, ana everyone should take only turn vnona Liver Regulator. me sure you get it. xne iteu : ,r, en the wrapper. J. II. Zciliii S Co. Philadelphia. Henry Krick. SOLE AGENT FOB LEIPS' ST. LOIS -bJbjJbiiJr. The trade supplied from ODe bot tle to a carload. Mail orders promptly filled. Uuadalupe St, . Santa t'e. 1 nothing ,Mn1e to ftrilrr Sol. PJpyprTTiT "RT7'T?iTl I ' OLOTHIER. Carry a full ami selert line of HATH, VAVti, .l,OVI.S, etc., and every, thing found in a ilrst cluss establish ment. SOCIETIES. A. F. & A. M. Montezuma Lodge, No. 1, meets on the first Monday evening of each month at 7:30 o'oloek, in the Masonic hall, in the Ktthn block, San Francisco St. Visiting oretnren are fraternally invited. W. 8. Habboon, W. M. F. S. Davis, Seo. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. Coronado Camp No. 3, Woodmen of the World, meets on the first Wednesday evening or eaoh month at 8 o'clock, in Aztlan hall, I.O.O. F. VUiting sovereigns are iraternauy invited. J. B. Bbady, Consul Conidr. i. B. Sloan, Clerk. The World's Fair Testa Mbowed no baking powder to pun or so great in leav maing power as the RoyaL GENTS FII ISHER PBESCMPTION WORK A SPECIALTY. Mercks', Squibbs' and Wyetlis' Prep arations used at the Prescrip tion Counter. DISASTER AT SILYER CITY. Additional Details Regarding: the Situation of Flooded Metropolis of Grant County. Description of the CienegaUpon Which the Flourishing City Was Located in 1871 Plucky People will Restore It Help Not Need ed at Present. Between 8 o'oloek and midnight Sun. day night five inches of rain fell at Silver City and on the mountains north of town. Before 9 o'olook water was rushing clown the mountain sides in torrents and a few minutes later the prinoipal business streets were filled with a flood from four to eight feet deep. The grade of the streets is heavy and the water rushed through them with suoh swiftness that a crossing was impossible. A foot-bridge oonstruoted so that the people in the lower part of the town could cross to places of safety in case ot riooci was swept away and all means of gettiug out of the flooded district were cut off. THE NIGHT WIS INTENSELY DABK. The night was intensely dark and for three hours the people were panio strick en. Scores of people gave themselves up for lost when some of the weaker build ings began to crumble before the flood. Nine buildings were washed down an man; others injured, but, strange as it may seem, no lives were lost. The business part of the city beggars description. Many buildings are settling and the loss will reach tully siuu.uw, Some estimate the loss to be as high as tl 50,000, but this is probably excessive. BAILBOAD SUFFERS HEAVY LOSS. The A., T. & 8. F. railroad oompan sustained a heavy loss and it will take more than a week to repair its track so that trains can be got in there. Tele graph communication was entirely out off all day Sunday and Monday and until about noon yesterday. OOI.. WILLI80N DESCRIBES THE SITUATION, Col. R. B. Wilhson, of this city, wh was engaged in surveying for the govern ment in southwestern New Mexico when silver was discovered at Silver City in the winter 1870-71 and was constantly en gaged in mining and smelting there from 1873 to 1876, talked intelligently to New Mexican reporter this morning re garding the location and surroundings of the flood-desolated county seat ot urnnt oounty. When he went there first, in the early part of 1871, whot is now known as Silver (Jitv was then oalled 1'ienega san Vioente. The town was soon after started He was approached by Abrahams, Gold ing, Cohen and others, who were already on the ground getting out adobes for stores, to lay off the town on the flat oienega between the hills, but declined to do so because ' he was satisfied that the town would always bein danger of floods, Other surveyors, however, did the work and the town was located according to the views of the business men named, HAD BEEN FLOODED BEOBE. Col. Willison's description of the sitna tion, as it then presented itself to his ex rierienced eve. elDlains his action. He says that the oienega or meadow, from 1.500 to 2.000 feet wide, widening toward the north and contracting to a gnlch on the south, with low hills on either side, evidently had been flooded to the depth of ftly twenty feet at some time in the past. This was proved by the rim of drift-wood olineiog to the sides of the surrounding bi"s and twenty feet above the flat, and the faot that the oienega must catch the drainage from the divide nine miles north and extending east and west about the same distance convinced him that, in the event of extraordinary rains or cloudbursts to the west or north, other floods might be anticipated. His predictions were sadly realized in the disastrous floods of 1874, and, in spite of the expenditure of large sums of money in protecting? against fnture disasters, muoh damage has been done there by the water nearly every year sinoe. B1LVEB CITY WILL BE BESTOBED. The colonel says that Silver City, with its magnificent resources and pluoky peo pie, is certain to be restored, but predicts that the prinoipal business houses and residences will be built on the solid vranite above the oienega and that the latter will become a beautuui pars. TELEOBAFHIO 0OBBE8FONDEN0E. In response to a telegram or inquiry and sympathy from Gov. Thornton, Mayor Fleming sends the following: Silver City, N. M., July 21. Damages about 1100,000. No lives lost. Wo per son injured. Many thanks. (Signed) J. w. Fleming. In reply to a dispatch from the editor of the New Mexican asking if funds were needed to relieve the suffering poor, Mayor Fleming to-day answered in similar tone as the above and said con tributions were Dot necessary at this time. It Has Prospered. The fifth year of El Nukvo Mexioano, the New Mexican's weekly Spanish edi tion, ends with the issue of Saturday next. This feature of .the New Mexican has been a pronoonoed success from its very I start, thanks to the native oitizens of the territory.- There is not a postofflce in New Mexioo that' does not nanaie hi Purifies and Beautifies the Skin by restoring to healthy activity the Clooqed, Irritated, In- flajied, Sluooish, or Overworked Pores. II. I. M.M Ihu .V. VI . . . ... w IX..?"'!! ."""I'""' M worl. Britl.h a.poti t. Our., lull Flow., Bulou, U. I. A. mm Nuevo Mexioano, and its list of readerB is growing steadily. As an advertising medium its importance is not to be ques Honed, for it gets closer to the hearth stones of the native people than any other southwestern publication. The paper will be improved in many respects during the coming year. SANTA FE AND C0CHITI. Engineer Garstin Has About Conv pleted the Preliminary Survey of Santa Fe & Cocliiti Road from Bland to the River. Engineer William Garstin and his oapable corps of assistants have about completed the work of surveying and staking the line of the Santa Fe & Cochiti railway from the Crown Point mine at the head of Pino oanon above Bland to the mouth of White Rook oanon on the Rio Grande. Mr. Garstin will come to Santa Fe in a few days for the purpose of completing his drawing of the profile of the line from Bland to the river and will then run the line from Santa Fe to the river. The promoters of this proposed im portani line ot railroaa, and the asso ciated eleotrio and smelting enterprises nt the river, are not blazoning forth from the house tops what they are doing, but are quietly proceeding with the work in a way that indicates that they know ex actly what they are about. Their evident confidence in the speedy suocess of their undertakings begets renewed confidence in all who are interested in the develop ment of golden Cochiti. ROUND ABOUT TOWN. Flnvio Silva yesterday finished the school oensus in ward 1, and reports a tottl of 155, 69 boys and 86 girls. Mr. Dave Shoemaker, the well known ball player, and Miss Hope Abeytia, both of this city, were united in marriage at 2 o'olook yesterday afternoon. The weather bureau records show rain fall at Santa Fe ns follows during the last four days: Sunday, .67; Monday, .30; Tuesday, 1.16; hut night .88; this afternoon, .46; a total of 3.17 inches, The only child of John T. Glass, the accommodating porter nt the Exchange, died this morning of cholera morbus. The little girl was 8 years old. John's many friends extend their sympathy. Funeral at 3 p. m, to-morrow. Mrs. W. L.Widmeyer, well remembered in Santa Fe as the wife of a former U. S. weather observer here, died in New Hampshire last week. Her health failed in Florida, where her husband is engaged in pineapple growing, and she went east hoping the change might prove bene ficial. Sunday's Globe-Democrat contains a live-column article detailing the opera tions of the outlaws in Mora and San Miguel county which the authorities broke up and ran to justioe last year. Some highly complimentary things are said of Sheriff Cunningham and a pic ture of that efficient officer is presented. The Bmelter at Oerrillos seems to be assured. Contraots are to be issued and let at once and the company, which has been incorporated under the title of New Mexioo Mining, Smelting it Refining company, will break ground to begin construction on August 1. Again the ball game will have to be postponed, the washed' out bridges not being in oondition yet to transfer the passengers. However, a transfer will be made this afternoon, but too late for to day's game. To-morrow's game will be a certainty, barring rain. Dixson, not having returned from Durango, will not be in the game, Webber taking his place in the team. The game will be called at p.m. Admission, 50 cents. a 1100a or water poured down the ar royo back of the gas works yosterday afternoon and filled the new reservoir to overflowing. The dam as far as built had been arranged with a temporary spill-way, and over this the flood poured in a great volume. When that reservoir is finished the water therein will oover 268 acres. A! trains except a bob-tail from Las Vegas to Lamy and Santa Fe are still tied up on the Santa Fe between Trinidad and El Paso. From the latter point but one mail has come north sinoe Sunday morn ng and that was transferred at Rosario bridge on the Galisteo. No information as to the probability of moving trains to-night can be had, particularly since the rain is still falling. Later At i o'clock it was said a train from the south would probably get through by 8 o'clook. Mr. Charles Haspelmath, whose energy and enterprise have contributed so muoh toward bnilding up a prosperous 00m ni unity at Lamy, has sold out his ex tensive general merchandise business to John Pflueger & Co. and will make the Palace hotel in Santa Fe his headquarters for the present. In the oonrse of Bix months he expoots to again engage in business at some inviting point in this region. It is not at all unlikely that he will conclude to take a hand in the Cochiti mining distriot. SANTA FE SOUTHERN. Return of President Jeffrey Renews Specnlation Concerning: It. President Jeffrey having returned, some notion regarding the Santa t'e Southern road may be expected. This is the twen- ty-nine-miie line which conneots the oitv of Santa Fe with the southern terminus of the Rio Grande, and which, under the hammer, was two months nco knocked down to the Hio Grande for (75,000. The surmise in New Mexioo is that the road will build on to Cerrillos for ooal and then to Albuquerque, which is not far be yond that point. It is known here that beyond a mere supposition, nothing has been done for the future of this road. It haying been bought during the absence of President Jeffrey, nothing in this di rection oonld have been done in the in terim. Denver Republican. ME WEEKLY CROP BULLETIN Reports from All Parts of New Mex ico Show Crops and Stock Rangres in Good Condition. D. S, Department of Aobicultube, Weather Bureau, Santa Fe, N. M., July 23, 1895, Calm, warm weather with occasional thunder showers prevailed generally over the territory during the early part of the week. Some of these showers were quite heavy in localities. Lower Penasoo in Lincoln oounty reports 1.69 inohes of rainfall; Puerto de Luna, 1.41, and Ros well, 1.20 inohes. Las Vegas, Gallinas Springs and Raton about half an inoh. On the 21st a general rain set in and was in full force at the dose of the week. The conditions were very favorable to crops and the stock ranges. In most localities the stock ranges are in good oondition Western parts of Grant and Sooorro oonu ties have not had muoh rain and the ranges in that locality are reported to be in very bad oondition. Wheat and small grains have mostly been out in southern part of the territory and the work of har vesting is just beginning to the north ward. Fruit is in splendid oondition and applea bid fair to make one of the heavi est crops ever harvested. The vineyards around Bernalillo and in the lower Rio Grande valley give promise of a good yield. The home markets are well supplied with early peaches, the most of which eome from the southern part of the territory this year. Garden vegetables of all varieties have done very well and are now abundant. The corn crop has made a very rapid growth dur ing the past week and the outlook is very favorable. The following extracts from a few of the reports reoeived at this station will be found of interest: Alma. Wm. French A dry hot week. The little rain we have had lias done no good to the grass and the range in this sec tion is about as bad as can be. Irrigated orops all right. Aztec Prof. H. H. Griffin. During the fore part of the week partly cloudy weather prevailed and .25 of an inoh of rain fell. The latter part has been the hottest of the season. Grain ripening fast and oorn growing steadily. Bernalillo. Brother Gabriel. Weather quite dry during the week, orops doing very well notwithstanding. Wheat and second orop of alfalfa is all out. Jungle. K. J. Westervelt. The past week has been quite warm. Grass con tinues to grow nicely on the range. Kspanola. Jim Curry. All crops in the Espanola valley are in first-class oon dition except a narrow strip about Plaza Alcalde where hail has done considerable damage. Wheat is about ready to out. Gallinas Springs. J. E. Whitmore. During the past week orops have ad vanced very fast. Feed on stook range in the finest oondition. Local showers in all directions with small hail in places. Gila. Chas. A. Lyons. The rainy sea son has not struok this piace and the oountry is very dry. A number of floods have come down the river lately showing that it has rained above here, one on the 9th of this month being very heavy. Las Cruoes. New Mexioo Agricultural College. Conditions during past week have been favorable for plant growth and for the harvesting of wheat, which is nearly oompleted. Sinoe the rainy spell fruit has made a large growth especially noticeable in apples. Las Vegas. Dr. F. H. Atkins. Crops nave still continued to progress admir ably. Weather wholly favorable. Even warmth 'and rather damper air than usual. Total rain 0.55 of an inoh. Las Alamos. Wm. Frank. This week has been cloudy, but little rain. Wheat is commencing to head and oorn is grow ing fine and strong. ' Lower Penasoo. H. Von Bcase. The paBt week has been one of remarkable growth of crops. On the 14th a heavy rain amounting to 1.14 inohes in less than half an hour, Ooate. E. M. Cosner. Everything progressing satisfactorily with the warm weather of past week. Shearing of sheep is over for the season. Puerto de Luna. P. R. Page. Crops doing fine and wheat is being out. Plenty of grass and water all over the country. Raton. P. H. Smith. Warm weather with frequent showers. Favorable con ditions for all orops and stock ranges. Ranches of Taos. Alex. Gusdorf. Weather hot and dry. Grain "and fruit doing well. Wheat will now average three and a half feet high and not yet full grown. Trees are beginning to bend under their loads. Rinoon. C. H, Raitt. Very little wind with high temperature have combined to make the week a sultry one. The range is improving rapidly and farmers are making most of their wheat crop. Roswell. Scott Truxton. Past weak has been exceptionally fine for crops Sufficient rain to keep crass ou-rance in fine condition. Alfalfa ready for another cutting anil harvesting progressing ranid' ly. Fruit fine and outlook favorable.' Santa Fe. U. 8. Weather Bureau. Crops of all kinds have made rapid ad' vanoement during the past week and are in good shape. Fruit is especially fine. neany two mones ot rainfall on the 21st and 22d, 1 Watrous. Dr. E. J. Princr. Lioht anowers curing the week. Heavy rain . a a oommenced on the 21st. vAlfalfa injured some by too muoh rain, but other orops loosing wen. " : Hot weather proves depressing to those whose blood is poor. Suoh people should enrioh their blood with Hood's Saraa parilla. Pure sugar home-made candies fresh every day at the Lilliputian Novelty Ba zaar, Gaspar avenue. (Not onen 8nn- nays.; j - - John MoCullough Colorado saloon. Havana olgars at A. P. A. means "After patronage always." The above ia our motto, and by handling only the best aud freshest of goods, we hope to merit a continnance of your trade. We have an especially fine line of Dr. Sny der's celebrated preparation for beauti fying the face, neok, arms and hands, also hair dressings. Standard trinln strength perfumes, all odors, and Sny der's complexion soap (25-oent oake for 10 oents), etc, at prioes below the aver age. All goods guaranteed striotly first olass. Tha Lilliputian Novelty Bazaar, Gaspar avenue, Santa Ft, N. M. PERSONAL. T. A. Goodwin has gone on a fishing trip to the headwaters of the Peoos, crossing by way of the Baldy trail. M. Kaufmann, a former Las Vegas boy, now the suocessfnl traveling salesman for A. Staab, Santa Fe, was in the city yes terday. Optic. Prof. T. D. A. Cookrell has returned from Denver where he went to represent the New Mexioo college at the convention of agricultural experiments. Ex-District Attorney M. W. Mills is in Chioago on business. He will be accom panied on his return home to Springer by his aged mother from Canada. Messrs. Winsor and Stewart oame over the Baldy trail from the Peoos yesterday. They say very little rain has disturbed fishermen on the Rio Peoos during the past week. Miss Gulliford will. when her private classes reassemble in September, also open a kindergarten on the most modern and approved principles, assisted by another thoroughly trumed teacher. Milk Punoh 10 ots a glass at the Colo rado saloon. Fine MoBrayer whisky at Colorado 1 loou. : When He's Shaving. Quite often when he's shaving, Man is raving Without hope; And his strong desire is oraving Some pain-saving ; Deoent soap. . ; Of oonrse he likes a lather Which is rather Nioe and smooth; If he'd try soap made by Dr. Snyder uopious slather Would him soothe. 25-oent oake for 10 cents at the Lilll pntian Novelty Bazaar, Gaspar avenue. Auction of Drug Stock! Beginning on Thursday, July 25, 1895, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the atore recently occupied by Zumwalt, on the east aide of the plaza, I will sell at public auction for cash, the LARUE 8TOCK OV OKUU8, STA TIONERY, SJUALiES), etc.. etc., recently belonging to the drug firm of Miller & Legace. The goods were appraised at over $1,200 and consist of A Complete Outfit for drug stora drugs, bottles, scales and everything and will be sold for what they will bring, regardless of coat. The sale may be continued from day to day. JJy oraer ot CEO. W. KNAEBEL, Trustee. CHAS, WACNER, Auctioneer. For Male. Must be sacrificed at onoe,two valuable mining claims at Ban Pedro, Santa Fe oounty, N. M., in the New Placers 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. THE PECOS? OTICE to tourists. In regard to transportation from Glorieta to the Upper Peoos River, address J.W.Harrison, Glorieta, N. M. The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others, Items of Interest By The Wabaah Man. Bulletin No. 6. The state of Colorado has at present about (16,800,000 acres of publio lands. From Kansas City to St. Lonis by the Wabash, the distance ia 277 miles, Toledo 662 miles, New York 1437, Boston 1489 mites. , Of vacant publio lands in Colorado there are 40,851,000 acres. J. he Wabash ib the popular line east for its free chair oars, excellent meals at low price, and its direct .connections in Union passenger stations. The United States national debt is at present $915,962,112, or ft 14.62 Der capita. The per capita indebtedness in Franoe is $110; in England $87; in Dutch cast inula i oents. uj irumiui iionei agent, lawyer or newspaper man will tell yon that the Wabash is the best and cheapest line eaas. Lookout for bulletin No. 7. CM. Hiupson. Commercial Agent, DAVID LOWITZKI, HciDquiBTiia loa FURNITURE, NEW AND SECOND HAND AT BED-BOOK PRIOES The highest prioes paid for ssoond hand goods. Yonr furniture will be taken, overhauled and repaired and sold on small commission. Give him a oall before buying new or auction ing off yonr old household goods. EICHME HOTEL. J. T. FORMA, Prop. tt.0Q Per Day. Leeatea im the eeea pertlea ef city. m.K. Cener ef Plaaa Special rata by the week or month ir taoie ooara, mux or without room. S. SPITZ, The S-A.ICTT.A- IFIEj. 2ST. .A.- STAAB, IMPORTER AND JOBBER, Oldest and Largest Establishment in Southwest. Wholesale Dealer in Groceries, Liquors, . Tobacco, Cigars, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hardware. Santa Fe PALACE HOTEL, SANTA FE. N. M. THE ONLY FIRST CLASS HOTEL IH-THE CITY. RENOVATED THROUGHOUT. (arms, from $3.00 to $4.00 per Say. Special Bate to rmu or Partial by the Week or Konth. HERMAN CLAUSSEN. Prop. t'AKKS AWI PAHTBV MADE TO NO. 4 BAKERY. H. B. CART WRIGHT & BRO DEALERS IN Imported and Domestic PRODUCE, FREGH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. hays aitd ttJJsrm Onr Confootions are Always Fresh. All principal lines being bought direct from manufacturers in . , carload lota, we are enabled to make the lowest prioes , , . , to close buyers. POTATOES AND FLOUR SPECIALTIES SX0LTJSIVE AGENTS IN SANTA Oliver & Imboden Company, Patent Imperial Flour. Aosca Milling A Elevator Company, Homestead and Jewel Flour. J. W. Brown & Co., Dew Drop Brand Canned Fruit, Fish and Vegetables. Chase ec Sanborn, Fine Coffees and Teas. ty Goods for campers and out of town wiuiuut um ubmb. man oroers soucuea. TELEPHONE NO- 4. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED In every instance or your money will be cheerfully refunded. Jeweller. IM?. Silver jewelry equals the bioyole as a go. If the white metal has been demone tized it hasn't been dis-jewelled, and a glanoe at the number and variety of ar tistio and beautiful articles which we show in onr stock, justifies the prediction that it never will be. When it comes to the question of silver holding the fort against gold for belt clasps, buckles, etc., the ease 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 ORDER. FE FOE customer carefully packed A- C. IRELAND, Jr., Prop.