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The Daily New Mexican
FRIDAY. JULY 26. Notice U hereby given that orders given by employes upon the New Mexican Hrintlng Co., will not be honored unless previously eudorsed by the business manager. - otlce. Requests for back numbers of the New Mexican, must state date wanted, or they will receive no attention. Ailvei'tiHiuz Kates. Wanted One 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 of copy of matter to be inserted. Prices vary according to amount of matter, length of time to run, position, number of changes, etc. One copy only of each paper in which an ad. appears will be sent free. Wood base electros not accepted. No display advertisements accepted for less tiian $1 net, per month. No reduction in price made for "every other dav" advertisement. METBROLOGICAL. 0. S. Department of Aqkioui ti'HI, WHATHKK BUHKAU OfFIOB OF OHSKKVER Santa Fe, J uly 25. 1895. $3' 33 (B CD B 2 58 Ml 2 55 ft si? 9 0 V 3 0 t a a a CIS1 6:00a. m. e :0up. in. 23 53 u m 71) t'ldy Clear SO i aw Maximum Temperature 77 Minimum Temperature f2 Total Precipitation 0.02 H. B. Heusey, Observer. SIMMOrTsX IT reguutor7 Are you taking Simmons Liver Reo- CTiATOR, the "KlNQ OF LIVER MEDI CINES?" That is what our readerc wont, 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 Bun- inons Liver Regulator. Be sure you get it. The Red ' is on tlie wrapper. J. H. Zeilin & Pluladelshla. Henry Krick. 80LK AOENT FOB iiiirnn ST.L The trade supplied from one bot tle to a carload. Mail orders promptly filled. Uaadalupe St. Manta Fe. nothing .Warte to Order Sol. Spiegelberg, rinMmn' mmiinn CLOTHIER. Carry a full and select line of II ATS, UAIM, llhOVR!, etc., and every thing found in a first-class establish ment. SOCIETIES. A. F. & A. M. Montezuma Lodge, No. 1, meets on the first MoDday evening of each month at 7:30 o'clock, in the Masonic hall, in the Kaho block, Ban Francisco Ht. Visiting brethren are fraternally invited. W, 8. Habboun, W. m. F. 8. Davis, Sec WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. Coronado Camp No. 8, Woodmen of the World, meets on the first Wednesday evening of each month at 8 o'clock, in Aztlan hall, I.O. O.F. Visiting sovereigns are fraternally invited. J. B. Bbady, Consul Comdr. J. B. Sloan, Clerk. The World's Fair Tests thawed bo baking powder to part or so great la letv talng power as the Royal T 1 i ttdti UMii PRESCRIPTION WORK A SPECIALTY. Mercks', Squibbs' and Wyeths' Prep arations used at the Prescrip tion Counter. D. & R. G. OFFICIALS. resident Jeffrey and Party Arrive A Busy Day at the Depot The lioad's Extension South a Certainty. President E. T. Jeffrey, of the Denver & Rio Grande system, and bis private secre tary and confidential assistant, Mr. Chita. H. Sohlaoks, arrived on a special train from the north last night. They were ac companied by Superintendent Cole Lydon, of the southern division, and by several ladies, among them Mrs. Reeme and danghter, of Chioago. Mr.Jelfrey is president and Mr. oculnoks vice-president of the newly organized Rio Grande it Santa Fe Railroad company, a subordinate D. & R. G. corporation, formed to oontrol the Santa Fe Southern Hue as a branch of the great Colorado narrow gauge system. Bright and early this morning Messrs. Jeffrey and Sohlacks went into Supt. Helm's ofiioe and there they have spent the most of the day in going carefully over the records and accounts of the T., S. F. & N. and Santa Fe Southern com panies preparatory to making a final settlement with Mr. Helm and formally assuming oontrol of the Espanola line. To-night Mr. C. H. Waterman, another director of the newly organized company, will arrive from Denver and before Judge Laughlin to-morrow a final settlement will also be made with Hon. A. Joseph, speoial master appointed by the court to sell the Santa Fe Southern. President Jeffrey bus been so busy all day that he had no time to receive1 cour teous attentions at the hands of citizens. A number of Board of Trade men and officials called at his private car, bnt oould not ascertain where he was. Mr. Sohlacks, on the occasion of his recent visit here, informed several citizens that Mr. Jeffrey would make this trip one of strict business and this is just what he is doing. Mr. Joseph accom panied the visitors from Barranca stetion to the city last night and he stated to-day that, judging from what President Jeffrey and his associates said in private conversation on the way down, there was no donbt bnt that the narrow gauge would be ex tended aoross the valley to Cerrillos with Albuquerque as its destination. At the noon hour it wasannonnced that Mr. T. J. Helm, so long the faithful and energetio superintendent of the Santa Fe Southern here, had been appointed gen eral agent for the D. & R. G. system at Santa Fe, and that after this date the Es panola branch would be operated as part of the D. A R. G. system, over whioh Supt. Lydon has jurisdiction. After a two hours' ride about the city this afternoon the party left on their re turn to Denver, President Jeffrey saying he must hurry out on the line during day light in order to examine into its physi cal condition and note the repairs neces sary to bring the newly acquired piece of road up to the D. it R. G. standard. IMd Yon Ever Think That you can not be well unless you have pare, rich blood f If you are weak, tired, languid and all run down, it is because your blood is impoverished and lacks vitality. These 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, sick headaohe, iudigestion. ROUND ABOUT TOWN. The recent heavy rains somewhat dam aged the adobe walls of the county jail and Deputy Sheriff Tuoker is having the same repaired by jail labor. A second daughter came last night to gladden the home of Mr. H. S. Lutz, the accommodating looal agent of the A., T. t S. F. Mother and child doing well. These are rather dull days for nearly everyone except the attorneys, most of whom are busily engaged preparing oases for the territorial supreme oouit, which will open on Monday. The game of ball which was to have been played in Madrid on Sunday has been postponed one week, owing to the fact that Denver's team is to remain over Snnday. The price of admission for the Denver series has been changed to 25 oents, including grand Btand. A delegation of Jioarilla Apache In dians oame in from Rio Arriba oounty to-day and drove several sharp bargains with Jake Gold. The latter says such delegations will arrive daily till about August 8, and save their money for a gala time at the annual feast at Santa Clara pueblo. About the 1st of August the water com pany will begin harvesting its 1G0 sores of alfalfa, oats and millet, now growing so luxuriantly south of town. Arrange ments will be made to bale the hay and will help not a little to supply the home demand for snoh products. A second cutting will he made the first of October. Mr. F. Boyles, of Salt Lake, is at the Exchange. He is the representative of a Utah syndioate that is establishing build FACIAL HUMOURS Prevented by SHAIIBD TO BB SEEN because of disfig- Ullllg WUIU I1U1UUUIB IS UIO VUUUIblUU IU thousands who live In ignorance of the fact that in Ccticuba Soap is to be found the purest, sweetest, and most effective skin puri fier and beautlfier in the world. For pimples, blackheads, red and oily skin, red, rough hands with shapeless iiails.dry, thin, and fall ing hair, it is wonderful. (old throughout til. world. Brlthh depotl F. Niw. BIRT Sons, 1, King Kdwird!., tendon. Poms Uin MB CUM. Coup.. Solo Prop.,, Bottoo, U. Ik A. ing and loan associations throughout the west. Finding the field here pretty well covered he to-day made a proposi tion to buy out the Santa Fe Bnilding fc Loan association. President Rivenburg and the directors had a long conference with him this forenoon. CAPITAL CULLINGS. Articles of Incorporation Filed Dele gates to Irrigation Congress Minor Notes. The Montezuma Mining Company of New Mexico has filed artioles with the territorial seoretary reoitiug the follow ing particulars: Incorporators, William F. Perkins, of New Mexico, George H. Graham and E. F. Arthur, of Colorado; objects, acquiring and operating mines in the territory of Now Mexico; capital stock, $:i(0,000; life, twenty years; di rectors, William Lawrence, Joseph Wil liams and William F. Perkins; principal place of business, Denver, with branoh ofiioe at Plncitas, Bernalillo county. IBHIGATION DELEGATES. Governor Thornton has received noti fication that the following delegates have been appointed to the 1th National irri gation congress, at Albuquerque: Montana C. M. Heintz, W. S. Melick, V. O. Harris and H. P. Wood. Texas J. H. McLeary, F. A. Swinden, Henry Snyless, J. S. Fowlkoss and Jnan Hart. The United States geological survey will be represented by Mr. F. H. Newell and M. Arthur P. Davis. OFFICIAL NOTES. Mr. Charles Lyon, who has resigned as postmnstor at Cerrillos to give attention to other business, but whose successor, Oliver Marsh, has not yet qualified, is a visitor at the capital. The governor has appointed CharleB F. Abren, of Springer, and Guy H. Herbert, of Tnlarosa, as notaries public. Manuel Gregorio Vigil, sentenced to the penitentiary for three years at the last term of the district court in Taos county for an assault with intent to kill on Mannel Leyba, has perfeoted an ap peal to the supreme court through Messrs. Catron & Spiess, attorneys. Keduced Kates. National Meeting American Pharmaceu tical association, Denver, Colo., August 11th to 21th 1895. For the above occa sion the Santa Fe route will place on sale tickets to Denver and return at one fare for the round trip ($17.80.) Dates of snle August 11th and 12th good to return until Sept. 1, 18115. Tickets will also be sold to Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Manitou at one fare and same limits, for particulars call on agents of the Santa Fe route. H. S. Luiz, Agent. Gko. T. Nioolson, G. P. A. SILVER CITY'S CALAMITY Interesting Details of the Great Flood Damage Greater than Keiiort-ed-Tuo Work of Restor ing Order. The Silver City papers are at hand to day giving full details of the five-inch rainfall thereon Sunday night last whioh resulted in partially destroying one-half of the business portion of that thrifty town. The main fnots have been hereto fore covered in these columns. There were several narrow escapes from drowning. People were taken from the Hooded district on horseback. The water covered the entire lower portion of the town, including the business streets. Several horses were drowned in stables. Ihe postonioe records for the most part were saved and a greater portion of the mail. Many valuable libraries belong ing to attorneys ana pnysioians were ruined by water. The railroad track for fifteen miles was greatly damaged and five bridges are gone in the same distance. The railroad loss is about $20,000. Gil lett t Hons will lose $11,000 by damage to stock, and every merchant sustains losses of from $500 upwards by water flooding stores and cellars. Much damage was done to the surrounding oountry. Mud to a depth of several feet was de posited in the streets and huge boulders were washed down from the mountains by the force of the water. There were three distinct floods from different moun tain ranges whioh combined at the upper end of the city. After a survey of the situation, the Eagle, in its issue of Wednesday, says: "A low estimate would place the dam age at $150,000 and it may reaoh very considerably more than this in actual destrnotion of property. The deprecia tion in values in the flooded district will very likely double this amount. "Not the slightest of losses fell on the Silver City Water company. The flood tore out mains in different places, break ing the heavy iron pipes, letting the water in the reservoir entirely out in a short time and leaving the city entirely without a water supply. The pipes could have been repaired in a short time but the flood completely filled up the com pany's well at the pnmp house and it will be several days before the well can pos sibly be cleaned out so that water can be again pumped into the reservoir. "Below town the flood washed out the vegetable gardens, took out the Lyons & Campbell dam, destroyed the pipe line connection and washed out the arroya eight or ten feet deeper than it ever was before. "For miles below town the valley was strewn with wreckage and on Monday there were many Mexicans there pioking up such artioles as they thought were of any value and taking them off on burros." Many offers of financial assistance have been received by Mayor J. W. Fleming. among others, Mr. u. Armeney, the tur quoise mine man, telegraphed him from New York tendering $100 to relieve the poor and needy. Since Monday all the energy of the citizens has been directed toward clearing away the debris and re storing order. It is likely that many will follow the advice of the Eagle and rebuild on higher ground. Fine MoBrayer whisky at Colorado is loon. Pnre sugar hnine-mnde oandies fresh every flay at the Lilliputian Novelty Ba zaar, Gaspar avenue. (Not open Sun days.) Wanted Lady agent in every oounty in the territory, $2 to $6 per day; good references required. Apply to, or address, The Lilliputian Novelty Bazaar, Santa Fe, N. M. ME LAND DENVER TEAM WINS. The First Game of the Series Goes to the Queen City Boys. What looked to be a viotory for Santa Fe was lost in the first half of the ninth inning by poor fielding in yesterday's ball game. Up to that time the game was a beauty. The home team took the field at the start and shut Denver out without a run Santa Fe's first inning netted five runs. Denver again failed to soore in the seo ond, Santa Fe doing likewise. In the third Denver made two and Santa Fe one, making the soore six to two. The fourth brought Denver one more; Santa Fe also one. Denver failed to soore in the fifth; Santa Fe made one. The sixth brought Denver four and Santa Fe one, the soore then standing nine to seven. In the seventh inning Denver again failed to score and the home team again soored one The eight inning Denver made thre; this time the santa tea failed to cross home plate, The first half of the ninth brought Den ver seven, through hard hitting and numerous bad plays and errors. Santa Fe failed to score in their half, thus leav ing tne score seventeen to ten. The game was a beauty up to the last inning, when the Santa Fes simply went to pieoes. Numerous pretty plays were made during the game, the work of Kin- look and Logne, for Denver, and Craw ford and Kinsser, for Santa Fe, deserving special mention. The batting of Kava naugh was also a feature. Altogether the boys played a very pretty game despite tne large score. The second game is in progress this afternoon and a good sized crowd is in attendance. xesterday's attendance was not very large. Billy Deutch and Joe Cohn um pired the game and gave general satis faction. PERSONAL. Jndge E. T. Long is in town from Las Vegas. Hon. E. B. Whitney, assistant United States attorney general, left Santa Fe for Washington yesterday. Rev. A. Docher, parish priest at Isleta, a very agreeable gentleman, is in the city on a visit to the cathedral clergy. At the Palace: T. D. Newoomb, New Orleans; Sam F. Woolard, St. Louis; Miss Walker, Chicago; C. W. Dempster, Chioago; W. E. Dame, Cerrillos. Mr. W. H. Pope, Roy Criohton and Mr, Y ulson have returned from a successful fishing trip to the headwaters of the Pecos. They report a most enjoyable time. At the Exchange: Chas. Blanohard, Las Vegas; Mattie Gladwill, Hale, Mo.; Antonio Joseph, Ojo Caliente; Manrice Hozzan, Alamosa; H. Morton, Isleta; A Dooher, Isleta. Gustav Franz, son of the New Mexioo pioneer, E. D. Franz, passed through on delayed No. 2 this morning on a visit to relatives and friends in St. Louis. He had been visiting his cousin, John Beaker, of Belen, who accompanied him as far as this oity. Mr. Franz is employed by Beoker Bros., at Springerville, A. T. Al buquerque Citizen. lu Your Jilootl Is the cause of that tired, languid feeling whioh afflicts you at this season. The blood is impure and has become thin and poor. That is why yon have no strength, no appetite, can not sleep. Purify your blood with Hood's Sarsaparilla, which will give you an appetite, tone your stomach, and invigorate your nerves. Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy in aotion and sure in effot. - 25o. KINDERGARTEN! Miss Gulliford will, when her private classes reassemble in SnntAmlim, nlan Open a kindergarten on thA mruat mnilani nnH approved principles, assisted by another thoroughly trained teacher. Milk Punch 10 ots a glasa at the Colo rado saloon. THE PECOS? N OTICC 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. John MoCullough Havana olgars at Colorado saloon. For Male. Most be saorifioed at once, two valuable mining olaims at San Pedro. Santa Fe county, N. M., in the New Plaoera mining uimncu, near tne ijnogy ana Big Uopper mines. Sixty-five feet work done on one and forty feet on the other. Both have good leads and assay well. Address D. A.t this office. LOOK AT THIS! PRICES LATEST STYLE CUMTOm WORK A HPKCIALTY. Men's Half Holing . 7Se Women's ' 40 ! wer Frisco Ht. op. lat Mat. Bank 0TT0J0HNS0N&C0 A- C. IRELAND, Jr., City School C'enens. Flavio Silva has done a creditable piece of work in taking the publio school cen sus of the city. His reoords are very neat. Following is the result: Roys. Girls. Total. Ward 1 1S2 1S1 313 , Ward 2 1IU 140 304 Ward 3 88 90 189 Ward 4 .69 88 155 Total 514 447 961 SANTA EE'S ORCHARDS. So Far the Season Has Proved Most Favorable to Local Fruit, Growers Fine Product Ready Markets. So far this has been a most favorable year for the frnit growers of Santa Fe and vioinity. The timely and abundant rains, unacoompanied by either hail or floods, have proved wonderfully benefi cial, and the yield of small fruits, includ ing strawberries, ourrants, raspberries and blackberries has been unusually large and the fruit uncommonly perfeot and fine-flavored. The oherries produced here this season have been unanimously pronounoed world beaters by all who have seen and sampled them. Fine home grown apricots and, harvest apples are just coming into market and luscious Santa Fe peaches will be ripe in another week. ' The peach orop will be lighter than usual, but the peaches promise to be uncommonly large. The apple, pear and plum trees of the oity are literally loaded with fruit, and many trees will have to be relieved of part of their burden to prevent the breaking of limbs. Un less something unforeseen happens the apple crop in this ' region will be larger than ever before, and it ia worthy of note that the apples, particularly in orchards that have been well sprayed, are remarkably free from the defeots caused by inseot pests. The demand for Santa Fe fruit is generally larger than the supply and the prices quoted afford handsome profits. It is es timated that the fruit crops of the Santa Fe and Tesuque valleys will yield at least $26,000 this year. Items of Interest By The Wabash Man. Bulletin No. 6. The state of Colorado has at present about t;t,t!UU,ouo acres of public lands. From Kansas City to St. Louis by the Wabash, the distance is 277 miles, Toled 662 miles, New York 1437, Boston 1489 miles. Of vacant public lands in Colorado there are 40,861,000 aores. The Wabash is the popular line east for its free ohair oars, excellent meals at low price, and its direct connections Union passenger stations. The United States national debt is at present $916,962,1121 or $14.62 per capita, 'i he per capita indebtedness in Franoe is $116; in England $87; in Dutch Ulast India 64 oents. Any truthful tioket agent, lawyer newspaper man will tell yon that the Wabash is the best and oheapest line east. Lookout for bulletin No. 7. C. M. Hampson, Commercial Agent, DAVID LOWITZKI, HBADQUABTKBB FOB FURNITURE. NEW AND SECOND HAND AT BED-BOOK PRICES The highest prices paid for seoond hand goods. Your furniture will be taken, overhauled and repaired and sold on small commission. Give him a oall before buying new or auction ing off your old household goods. Job Printing. For Stock Brokers, Mines, Banks, In surance, Companies, Real Estate, Busi ness etc. Men, Particular attention given to Descriptive Pamphlets of Min .ng Properties. We make a specialty of LOW PRICES, SHORT NOTICE, FINE WORK, PROMPT EXEOUTIONj Stock Certificates BillHeadsof every description and small Jobs promptly executed with ear and dispatch. Estimates given. Work Ruled to order. We use the FINEST STANDARD PAPERS THE NEW MEXICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL J. T. FORSHA, Prop. S2.00 Per Day. Ietc la the ' M.K. earner r Plaaa Special rates by the week or month ror MDie Doara, witb or without room. P(HlAIiVDAV. Prop. S. SPITZ, The S-A-HSTTj FE. 1ST. 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 PALACE HOTEL, SANTA FE. N. M. THE ONLY FIRST CLASS HOTEL IN THE CITY. RENOVATED THROUGHOUT. terms, from $3.00 to $4.00 per Say. Speoial Bates to Persons or Parties by the Week or Month. HERMAN OLAUSSEN, Prop. CAKES AMI PASTRY MADE TO NO. 4 H. B. CART WRIGHT & BRO DEALERS IN Imported and Domestic PRODUCE, FRE8H FRUITG 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 Ollver 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, Pish and Vegetables. Chase ft Sanborn, Pine Coffees and Teas. $Goods for campers and out of town witnout extra charge, mail orders solicited. TELEPHONE NO- 4. Jeweller. IMT. R'iIvap fownlrv Annnla fViA HiavMa . j j - "1 - no rvn Xt 4V.A ..Kifa nAf-ol ka A tized it hasn't been dia-jewelled, and a glance at the number and variety of ar-C vuHav UVUUVII UA UtVIUlVD 111 VII WO show in our stock, justifies the prediction, that it never will be. When it oomestoc the question of silver holding the fort against gold for belt clasps, buokles, eto., the oase stands 16 to 1 in favor of silver. Don't miss an early inspection of our .t silver sets that exhibit the white metal in' the handsomest forms it was ever mads to assume here or abroad. I New Mexico ORItKK. p:.9t"ir"rr PS POB- customers carefully packed SATISFACTION GUARANTEED In eyery instance or your money will be cheerfttlly re-funded.