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THURSDAY. JULY 25. Notice la hcroby given tlmt orders given by employes upon theNKwMiiXUJAN Printing Co., will not be honored unless previously eudorsed by the business manager. Notice. Requests for back numbers of the New Mexican, must state date wanted, or they will receive no atUrAtion. Advertising Hates. Wanted One cent a word each Insertion. Local Ten cents per line each insertion. Reading Local Preferred position Twenty-live touts 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 bpnnish 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 chuuges, 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 t'.Hu $1 net, per mouth. No reduction in price made for "every other dav" advertisements. METKROLOGICAL. 0. S. Dbpartmknt of AoKicur.Ti'KB, Wkatueb Bukkau Office of Obsbkveb J Santa Fe, July U. 1885, S3 Co i? a o - p $ 2. ' 1 o 15 6:00a. n. 23 SI 2J 49 0 0 Cldy 7 Iddy HiOOp. m Maximum Temperature 68 Minimum Temperature "" Total frecipitatlon u.n H. B. Huhsby. Observer. Are you taking Simmons Liver Reg ulator, the "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 tiian 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 au over. It never fails. Everybody needs take a liver remedy, and everyone should take only Sim inona Layer Begulator. Be sure you get it. The Red E it; on the wrapper. J. H. Zeiliu & 'Son, Philadelphia. Henry Kricfc SOLE AGENT FOB LEMPS' ST. LOUIS BEER. The trade supplied from one bot tle to a carload. Mail orders promptly filled, tiuadalnpe St. - Santa Fe. nothing Minle to Order Sol. Spiegelberg, rmiTmn) CLOTHIER. Carry a full and select line of HATH, CAPS, .l,OVK.t, etc., and every thing found in a iirst cluss establish ment. SOCIETIES. A. F. & A. M. Montezuma Lodge, No. 1, meets on the first-Monday evening of eaoh month at 7:30 o'clock, in the Masonio hall, in the Kahn blook, Sao Francisco St. Visiting brethren are fraternally invited. W. 8. Habbodn, W. M. F. 8. Davis, Sec. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. Ooronado Camp No. 3, Woodmen of the World, meets on the first Wednesday evening of eaoh month at 8 o'olock, in Aztlan hall, I.O.O.F. Viditing sovereigns are fraternally invited. J. B. Bbady, Consul Comdr. J. B. BiiOAN, Clerk. The World's Fair Tests Showed no baking powder to pure or so great la leav enlng power as the RoyaL ' ' L"' i FURNISHER PRESCRIPTION WORK A SPECIALTY. Mercks', Squibbs' and WyethV Prep arations nsed at the Prescrip tion Counter. PECOS NATIONAL PARK. Uncle Sam Will Not Permit the Herd in (j of Any Kind of Stock Thereon. Some days ago mention was inntle in these columns that Judge Laoghliti had required Q. B. Reynolds, of Nebraska, to move hia Hook of 30,000 bead of sheep off from the Peoos National park. It seems that, when notioe to show cause why bis sheep should not be moved was served on Reynolds by the United States, similar notices were served on some thirty other persons alleged to be herding stook on the reservation. Four of these persons recently appeared before Judge Laughlin in ohambers, pleaded guilty to herding stock on the reservation ami were let oil' on condition that they wonld offend no more in this way. Most of the others served said that they were merely herders and that their principals lived iu Santa Fe and other territorial cities. OtherB declared to the depnty marshals that they had no business in Santa Fe and were not coming to the city at present. Some of the complaints relate to stook that has simply drifted on to the reservation. U. 8. Attorney Hemingway draws a distinc tion between these cases and those of regular herders and will not prosecute them. The herding of stock of all kinds on the reservation, however, will bo pre vented. The Rio Urande "Healer." Hon. Tomas Gutierrez, of Ranchos de Albuquerque, in this county, who is one of the best known and most respected men in New Mexioo, informed the Demo crat yesterday that he had become con vinced from personal observation that the "Healer" was doing a great deal f good and working many wonderful cures. "I do not pretend to explain it," he said, "but the faot that this man is doing very many wonderful things, and is ac complishing so much good, is so plain to any one who will take the trouble to inves tigate the matter, that it would be idle for anyone to deny it. I am not in any manner superstitious, but I have seen facts enough to convince my judgment." Albuqaerque Demoorat. ROUND ABOUT TOWN. A washout ooourred on the narrow gauge below Barranca station yesterday afternoon. A bridge was oarried out and a transfer of mail and passengers was neces sary to-day. It's coming slowly, bnt it's coming. P. H. Lease is this year shipping fruits and vegetables from Espanola valley by the oar load. This is the first time that Santa Fe county has ever done this. In order to meet the expense of the oare of the plaza the Woman's Board of Trade are preparing for a dance early in August. The object is one that mnst ap peal to every citizen and the women should have a crowded house. The A., T. & 8. F. road has made a rate of 1 cent per mile from all New Mexico pointa for the national irrigation conven tion at Albuquerque in September. Gen erous rates have also been made from all points throughout the country. W. L. Trimble, of Albuquerque, who has the contract to haul Crown Point ore to the railroad station at Thornton, is at Bland. He has seventeen teams now at the mine. Harry Cooper will drive from Thornton to the village of Coohiti, and Mr. Trimble from the mine to the village. Some fears have been expressed for the safety of Mrs. J. B. Grozier, school teach er at Coohiti, who is said to have left the pueblo village last Monday for Albuquer que. An Indian from Coohiti to-day says he left there yesterday and that Mrs. Orozier was still there and was well. A mail train got in at noon to-day bringing some southern and western mail and the first mail from the east since Monday. Transfers are yet neces sary at several points east and west, but the railroad men believe that eohedule time will be the order of things after to night. Prof. Cookerell says en route from Santa Fe to Denver he saw large quanti ties of the Russian thistle growing about Pueblo and La Junta. Many patches of the obnoxious weed are getting a foot hold in northern New Mexioo and south ern Colorado. It will have to be vigor ously dealt with sooner or later. Frank Hudson returned from the Jemez region last night. He visited the Sul phn rs, where Col. Shelby is improving, and spent some time on the Cebolla creek, where it is easy to oatoh from 160 to 200 trout a day and not half try. At the Jemez springs are many summer visitors. A few days ago Hugh Morrison and a dozen young people arrived there from Albuquerque for a two weeks' stay. Mr. Hudson says the grass ia waist high and the country never looked more beaotifnl. Mr. Goebel's little son fell from the pavement nnder a buggy in front of the In Curing Torturing Disfiguring Skin Diseases icura Works Wonders Bold thnroglioat tht world. Brltlih depot! F. NUT Bbbt Sons, I, Kine-Kdw.rd-nt., London. Pottm luo Cuiait'AL Uoar., Hole Prop., Holloa, U. B. A. m Catron block to-day and was badly cut about the face. Dr. Sloan dressed the wounds and the little fellow will soon be out Bgniu. .11 rs- ' haven' Iteath. After a long and painful illness the re spected mother of 'Hon. Amado ChavcB fell nuleep in death at 6:30 last evening. She was possessed of her usual faculties up to the Inst moment and among her final requests she expressed a wish that her mortal remains be interred in the family cemetery at San Mateo. The deceased was C5 years of age, and was the mother of ten children, six of whom are now living. She whs a woman of many charities nud a life long Christ ian. As the wife of Gen. Mannel Chaves, than whom no braver man ever set foot to earth, she had experienced many thrillirg adventures in the early days of New Mexico and to him she was a help meet' in the truest sense. Her loss is sadly mourned by loving friends nil over New Mexioo. Mr. Chaves leaves to night with the remains for Valencia county and the funeral will occur to-morrow after noon at the chapel on the old homestead. THEY'RE HERE. The Sautlen Electrics Arrive at on the Delayed Train Playim? Ball. Last With white linen dusters, enps tomatoh and carrying ennes, the members of the Sanden Electric bnso ball team, of . Den ver, arrivtd in Santa Fe this morning at 2 o'clock. The toam comprises some fifteen members, under the management of D. A. Davis. They are quartered at the l'alnce. Just as wo are going to press, "piny bnll" has been called by "Billy Dutch" Leiohenring, as umpire. The Bantu Fes have the field and a good sized crowd is in attendance. The uni forms of the visitors are gray with maroon trimmings, and are very neat. Manager Davis is oonfident of taking at least three ont of the four games to be played here, they having made arrange ments to stay over Sundny. The names and positions of the two teams will be as follows: DENVEK. POSITIONS. SANTA FflS S h oh er ( 'n to 1 1 er Cra w f ortl Taylor Sis Pitcher Hill Karharsky L 1st rinse C'. l'nrsous Karlmrsky li 21 Hase Zinsser Kinlooh '.k Hasp Gnreia Cotton Short Stop J . Shoemaker Lotruo.... Left Field W. Parsons Kaviinniigh Center Field Ashford Taylor K Ripht Field Webber Copclaud Substitute Wynkoop Game called at 8 p. in. Admission, 50 cents. Fine MoBrayer whisky at Colorado loon. PERSONAL. Mr. W. G. Franklin, having largo min ing interests in the Cerrillos district, is back from Kansas City. Cosme Herrera, county school superin tendent, who owns one of the best fruit farms in the county, is here from Espa nola to-day. At the Exchange: Robt, Owen, Chicago; F. Boylej, Salt Lake; Atannmo Roibab Peoos; Louis Winkel, Jas. By water, Al buquerque. President E. T. Jeffrey, of the D. & R. G. road, passed through Alamosa laBt night en route to Dnrango. He is ex pected here in three or four days, Messrs. B. P. Cheney, jr., and Chas. S. Gleed, of the A., T. & 8. F. reorganiza tion committee, went east last night on a special train. Mr. Cheney's father has jast died at Boston. Hon. W. E. Dame drove over from Cer rillos yesterday. He and his wife are just home from the tipper Peoos, where Mr. Dame olaims to have made the best catch of the season, landing 102 trout in two hours. W. E. Dame, Cerrillos; C. W. Donison, Leadville; W. M. Courtis, Detroit; E. L. Fisher, Albuquerque; Joe Cohn, Leaven worth; D. A. Davis, J. W. Sohobee, E. Garbarsky, L. Garbarsky, A. Cotton, J Coplen, M. Eavanangh, E. Logne, 3. Tay lor, P. Crater, J. Clark, W. Kinlook, Wm, Duetsch, S. Taylor, Sanden Eleotrio B. B club, Denver, Colo., are at the Palace. SANTA FE DRIVING PARK Notable Improvements in Progress- Track Will Soon Be in Good Con dition Preparing1 for Races in October. Tinder the stimulating influence of snoh active and public-spirited men as Jack Akers and Sheriff Cunningham, W. H. Kerr has been doing some splendid work on the race traok of the Santa Fe Driv ing Park association since the rainy season set in. For several days he has had four teams at work with drags, sornpers and rollers, and now has a gang of boys employed driving a herd of 100 or so goats over the track, packing it smooth and solid. Persons who have driven over it recently say the improvement is very noticeable. If the weather continues favorable Mr. Kerr intends to increase his force of goats to 100. Experience has plentifully proved that this is the cheapest and most effective method of paoking the earth put into dams and evidently a better way of put ting a smooth ana nard surface on the local race traok could not have been adopted. Mr. Kerr is also sinking a well and making other permanent improvements at the driviog park. It is the intention to have the traok in condition for train ing Santa Fe horses, which will be en tered at the Albuquerque fair races in September, and also for a series of races in this city probably in October. Among the Santa Fe horses entorcd at Albuquerque will be Sheriff Cunning ham's Joe Bnile and Nnttueg. It is ex pected that a race will be matched be tween the former and Artless, a favorite Duke city ruuning horse. Pure sugar home-made candies fresh every day at the Lilliputian Novelty Ba zaar, Gaspar avenue. (Not open Sundays.) n 10)111 a rAnrrj DOWN-COUNTRY DOTS. Prosperity in Southern New Mexico Revealed by a Visitor Substantial Progress Among: the Sles lero Apaches. Col. Frost has returned from a two weeks visit to the southeastern part of the territory. His mission to that sec tion was to gather new data for a forth coming publication by the bureau of im migration and to further the interests of the 1th National Irrigation oongress to be held in September in Albuquerque. In the oonntieB of Linooln, Chaves, Eddy and Dona Ana, visited by him, copious rains have fallen and all crops have been benefited largely, exoept wheat, whioh has suffered to some extent in the lower Rio Graude valley on acoount of too muoh moisture. It was expected that the wheat crop of the Mesilla valley from Loma Parda to the Texes line would amount to nearly 800,000 bushels, but the losses have been heavy and it is not im probable that half of the crop has been destroyed or rendered mint for use. How ever, it is believed that the new improved flouring mill, at Las Cruces, just com pleted by Martin Lohman, will have sup ply enough of wheat to demonstrate the fact that the Mesilla valley product will make as good a flour as Kansas or Colo rado oan produoe. The frmt crop in the Mesilla valley is a good one this season and is proving profitable. In the Tularosa oountry, iu eastern Dona Ana, however, the fruit crop for the first time in ten years has proved a failnre. Alfalfa and corn look well all over the section and the acreage thereof has largely inoreased this season. The ranges look better than they have for many years and the stockmen are as sured of good feed for their cattle, sheep and horses for the coming winter. Water holes and lakes, usually dry, are full and it is estimated will keep a supply of water for stock for eight to ten months, The Jornada del Mnerto, instead of look ing like a "journey of death," looks like a green carpet. A great many cattle have been shipped and driven from south eastern New Mexioo counties during the' past eight months. This has benefited the ranges and the remaining oattle are fat and healthy. The fruit crop around Roswell, as far as regards apples, will be plentiful, but peaches were killed by early frosts. In the Pecos valley and the Capitan and White monutains and on the Mesoa lero Indian reservation, it has been fonnd that potatoes do well and many acres have been planted this year in that tuber with prospeots of excellent crops. On the Mesoalero reservation, where Lieut. Stottler, of the 10th infantry, well known here, is agent, the Indians have greatly improved in everything that goes toward civilization and Lieut. Stottler is proving himself a first-class Indian agent. Of 104 children of school age in the tribe, seventy-four are at school on the reserva tion Bnd twenty-two are at other schools, making ninty-six out of 104, the largest percentage on any reservation attending school. The Indians are now doing their own freighting, for which the govern ment pays them; have more land nnder irrigation and cultivation than at any pre vious period; have a larger water supply tnan ever before; are building houses and are getting to understand that they must become self-supporting and are desiring land in severalty. The corn and oat crop raised by them is purchased by the gov eminent ttnd no corn or oats from out side parties will be purchased this year, the Indians raising enough for the needs of the agency and themselves. The Mes ealeros have not inoreased any in num ber in past years, the census showing 454 men, women and children at this date, Lient. Stottler is striot and a rigid disci plinarian, but absolutly just and impar tial and his regime" has had a mighty good ctlect on the Indians in every par ticnlnr. The stock laws enacted by the last legislative assembly have had a very beneficial effect and no oattle stealing is going on in southeastern New Mexioo to any appreciable extent. In faot, W. H. Cox, a leading stookman of eastern Dona Ana county, said that during the past tnree montns, no thought no oattle steal' ing at all had prevailed in the Mesilla valley and in the Soledad plains regions. j. lie (Southeastern New. Mexioo Stock association is enforcing the laws rigidly anti una is Having an exoellent effeot. Hlo Arriba Crops. Writing from Valleoitoa, Rio Arriba county, a correspondent of the New Mix ioan says: We have just passed through a long period of rain and hail storms, and although hail has visited us in large quan tities it has not materially damaged the crops in this immediate vicinity, and they are in as fine condition as 1 have seen them for four or five years. A spienuid yield ot every kind of grain is looked for. John MoOnllongh Oolorado saloon. Havana olgars at Auction of Drug Stook! Beginning on Thursday, July 25, 1805, 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 cash, the LARUE STOCK OF DMTKH, STA TIONERY, TKUHBEH, SCAI.F.H, etc.. etc., recently belonging to the drug firm of Miller ft Legace. The croods wers Annrnianri nf. m?.v 9i,Kuuanacoasistor A Complete Outfit for drug store drugs, bottles, . scales and everything and will be sold for what they will bring, regardless of cost. The sale may becontinued from day to day. By order of CEO. W. KNAEBEL, Trustee. CHAS, WAGNER, Auctioneer. For Mnle. Must be sacrificed at once, two valuable mining olnims at San Pedro, Santa Fe county, N. M., in the New Placers mining distriot, near the Looky 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. tf5 The Raton Hola-l'p. It appears that it was not the Honts gambling house that was held up at Raton day before yesterday by the two Colorado desperadoes, Martinez and Baca, but the house of Jones and Aiken. The hold-ups did not secure as muoh booty as was at first reported, their prize being a little more than $100, which was taken from a gaming table run by Cuy & Hoff man. In Your Blood Is the cause of that tired, languid feeling whioh afflicts you at thiB season. The blood is impure and has become thin and poor. That is why you have no strength, no appetite, oan not sleep. Purify your blood with Hood's Sarsaparilla, which will give you nn appetite, tone your stomach, and invigorate your nerves. Hood's Fills are easy to take, easy in action and snre in effct. 2So. Miss Gulliford will, when her private classes reassemble in Sentember. also open a kindergarten on the most modern and approved principles, assisted by another thoroughly trained teacher. Milk Punoh 10 ots a glass at the Colo rado saloon. 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 or Interest By The Wabash Man. Bulletin No. 6. The state of Colorado has at present about (16,800,000 acres of public lands. From Kansas City to St. Louis by the Wabash, the distance is 277 miles, Toledo 662 miles, New York 1437, Boston 1489 miles. Of vacant publio lands in Colorado there are 40,851,000 acres. The Wabash is the popular line east for its free chair oars, exoellent meals at low price, and its direct connections in Union passenger stations. The United States national debt is at present $915,962,112, or 14.62 per oapita. The per capita indebtedness m Franoe is $116; in England $87; in Dutoh EaBt India 64 cents. Any truthful ticket agent, lawyer or newspaper man will tell you that the Wabash is the best and cheapest line east. Lookout for bulletin No. 7. O. M. HiMPSON, Commercial Agent. DAVID LOWITZKI, BElDqUABTIBB FOB FURNITURE, NEW AND SECOND HAND AT BED-BOCK PRICES The highest prioes paid for second 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 yonr old household goods. Job Printing. For Slock Brokers, Mines, Banks, In surance, Companies, Ileal Estate, Busi ness etc. Men, Particular attention given to Descriptive Pamphlets otMin .ng Properties. We make a specialty of LOW PRICES, SHORT NOTICE, FINE WORK, . PROMPT EXECUTION) Stock Certificates Bill HeadBof every description and small Jobs promptly executed with cars and dispatch. Estimates given. Work Ruled to order. We use the FINEST STANDAED PAPERS THE NEW MEXICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL. J. T. FOR8H A, Prop. S2.00 Per Day, Located I the Basl neM portloa of city. B.K. Center er rim 8pecial rate by the week or month for table board, with or without room. S. SPITZ, The .A.. ST A AB7 IMPORTER AND JOBBER, Oldest and Largest Establishment in Southwest. Wholesale Dealer in Groceries, Licpors, Tobacco, Cigars, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hardware. Santa Fe THE ALACE SANTA FE, N. M. THE ONLY FIRST CLASS HOTEL IN THE CITY. RENOVATED THROUGHOUT. Csrma, from $3.00 to $4.00 per Day. Speoial Batea to Persons or Parties by the Week or Month. HERMAN CLAUSSEN. Prop. HAKES AMP PAMTRV MADE TO NO. 4 BAKERY. H. B. CART WRIGHT & BRO DEALERS IN Imported and Domestic PRODUCE, FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. Our Confeotions are Always Fresh. All principal lines being bought direct from manufacturers in carload lots, we are enabled to make the lowest prioes to close buyers. POTATOES AND FLOUR SPECIALTIES EXCLUSIVE AGENTS IN SANTA Oliver ft Imboden Company, Patent Imperial Flour. Moaoa Milling ft Elevator Company, Qomestead and Jewel Flour. J. W. Brown ft Co., Dew Drop Brand Canned Fruit, Fish and Vegetables. Chase ft Sanborn, Fine Oofiees and Teas. Goods for campers and out of town witnout extra charge. Mail TELEPHONE NO- 4. Jeweller. Silver jewelry equals the bioyole as 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 tistio and beaotifnl articles which we show in oar stook, 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 oar silver sets that elhibit the white metal in the handsomest forms it was ever made to assume here or abroad. New Mexico HOTEL, ORDER. FE . FOR customers carefully packed orders solicited. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED In every instance or yftur money, ' will be cheerfully refunded. A- C. IRELAND, Jr., Prop.