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The Daily New Mexican FRIDAY. AUGUST 16. Notice ia hereby given that orders given by employes upon the New Mexican Printing' Co., wilt not be honored unless previously endorsed by the business manager. . Notice . Requests for back numbers of the Nrw Music an, must state date wanted, or they will receive no attention. AdvertiNinff Kates. Wanted One cent a word each insertion. Local Teu cents per line each insertion. Heading Local Preferred position Twenty-rive emits per line each insertion. Displayed Two dollars an inch, single column, per month in Daily. One dollar un 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 uccording to amount of matter, length of time 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 tit Mi $1 net, per mouth. No reduction in prico made for "every other dav'1 advertisements. METEROLOGICAL. 0. S. Department of AGitict;Lrt?KB. WfCATUBK Hi: ah Office of Ohsrkv Santa Fe, August 1 so ijSaJ g a 2. 5- ' 'itv? k l r 6:ui)a. to. 2:) 49 56 88 N 1 Cl.Iy 6:00p.m. -14 70 4U i NV 4 Clear Maximum Temperature 71 ttliuimiim Temperature 55 Total free ipitat lou 0.27 H. H. Hkkhey. Observer. LE SIMMONSX Are you taking Simmons Liver Reg ulator, 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, an.i everyone should take only Sim mons Liver Regulator. Be sure you get it. The Bed 5T. in cn tbe wrapper. J. H. Zeilia & Philadelphia, Clothing .Hade toOrder Sol. Spiegelberg, AND CLOTHIER. Carry a full and select line of HATS, CAPS, Cil.OVF.S, etc., and every thing found in a first-class establish ment. Henry Krict SOLI AOENT FOB LEMPS'ST. LOUIS tz3 Mi fcUJbC The trade supplied from-joe bot tle to a oarload. Mail orderi promptly filled, ttnadalope Ht. Hants Fe. SOCIETIES. A. F. A. M. Monteznma Lodge, No. 1, meets on tbe first Monday ereniog of each month at 7:30 o'clock, in the Masonio ball, in the Kahn block, San .Francisco Ht. Visiting brethren are fraternally invited. W. 8. Haebohn, W. M. F. 8. Davis, Beo. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. Coronailo Camp No. 3, Woodmen of the World, meets on the first Wednesday evening of each month at 8 o'clock, in Aztlan ball, I.O.O.F, Visiting sovereigns ra fraternally invited. J. B. Bbady, Consnl Comdr. J. B. Sloan, Clerk. vww GENTS FURNISHER Terms of Sale ... CASH ONLY. IN OFFICIAL CIRCLES, Lockliart vs. Woollacott Argued in Supreme Court Amended Art icles Filed Official Notes. In the supreme court this forenoon the case entitled Henry Lockhnrt, plnintifT iu error, vs. J. H. Woollaoott, defendant in error, was argued and submitted. War ren, lergusson and Gillett represented Loekhart and T. N. Wilkerson represent ed Woollacott. The amount oritrinnlly involved in this case was about $310 and the coBts of the litigation will amount to $500 or $600. AMENDED ABTICLE8 FILED. The Santa Fe & Coohiti Railwny com pany has filed amended articles of in corporation with the territorial secretary reciting that at a recent meeting of the board of directors, presided over by President E. H. Bergmann, the route of said proposed railway was changed as follows: Beginning at a point within the corporate limits of the city of Santa Fe, N. M.; thence running by the most prac ticable line southwesterly to and through the Canon de las Bocns to the town or settlement called La Bajada, and thence along or near the base of the foothills of the mesa to or near a point on the east bank of the Rio Grande del liorte oppo site the mouth of the Canon de Cochiti; thence crossing said river to a point on the west side thertof, and thence con tinuing along or near said Cochiti canon to the Fiuo canon at or near the town of Allerton; thence in nnd along Pino canon to a point at or near the town of Bland in the mining district of Cochiti. OFFICIAL NOTES. The records of the United States court will be removed from Las ('races to Sil ver City within a few days. The governor has appointed the fol lowing notaries public: A. O. Bailey, of Columbus, Grant county, and J. D. Mo Grath, of Guadalupe, Mora county. Speoinl Master G. W. Knaebel is to-day engaged in taking testimony in the suit of T. B. C'atrou vs. Saren N. Laaghlin, of California, involving lands within the Eaton grant. A meeting of the cattle sanitary board is set for the 20th instant. Among other things the cattle brands will be revised and those brands that are not now in use will be canceled off the records. Translator Jose Segura has completed the index of the session laws in Spanish and it waB placed in the hands of the New Mexican printers this morning. Hence the laws iu Spanish will be ready in a very few days. The board of regents of the Normal School of New Mexico has been called to meet at Silver City on September 2. The members thereof are Messrs. J. W. Hem ing, W. G. Ritch, W. C. Had ley, J. L. Ma honey and 11. J. Loom is. Judge Bantz has set the Raymond-As oarate contest oase, for the shnevaly of Dona Ana county, for the second day of next term of court at Silver City, being Sep teraber ft. Judge Newcomb appears for Raymond, Judge Fall for Ascarate. Andrew Jackson Loomis, the brilliant editor of the Silver City Eagle, has ac cepted a position in the office of Col lector of Internal Revenue Shannon at Santa Fe, He will not stop work on the Eagle but will ran that and the collector's oiiice to the satisfaction of the people of the United States and the glory of the Democratic party. Lordsburg Liberal. Mr. W. H. Pope, special master in the suit of John 8. Thompson et nl., vs. the Sandia Mining it Smelting company, is to-day examining into the correctness of a number of accounts filed against the company by Leonard Skinner, adminis trator of the eBtate of Alex. Rogers. The amount involved is between $2,000 and $3,000, the bulk of it being for services nnd Bnpplies under Rogers' administra tion as custodian of the mining property. IMed. Michael Fox, a former well known nnd respected oitizen of Carrollton, Mo., who came to New Mexico five yearB ago, nnd has been since that time a patient at St. Vincent's, died yesterday at i p. m., at the ripe old age' of 86 years, and was buried this afternoon at Rosario oemetery. He was a wholesale merchant in Carrollton, Mo., for twenty years prior to I860 and was an intimate friend of the Blackwells, Eads and other prominent families. His son, James Fox, who is connected with the Cerrillos Coal Railroad company at Madrid, came in last night to attend the last sad rites of his father. He and two daughters living in Denver are the only ones of his family now living. Itis need less to say that during his last years of lingering , illness the old gentleman re ceived the best of care. - ROUND ABOUT TOWN. There will be a meeting of Aztlan lodge, No. 3, I. O. O. F., this evening at 8 o'clock, at the hall on lower 'Frisco street. Invitations were issued this morning for the Santa Fe base ball olnh dance, to he givon at Firemen's hall, Saturday evening. Admission, 75 cents. There will be a special communication of' Monteznma lodge, A. F. fc A. M., at 7:30 this evening. Work in the M. M. degree. Visiting Masons invited. An Albuquerque visitor speaking of the alleged "healer" tells the New Mexi can that citizens of Albuquerque gener ally count him as a right clever drawing IN THE WORLD OF BEAUTY IS SUPREME Not only Is It the most effective skin rmrl lying ana beaiittfvim; Bonp in the world,1 but H is the purent, Bweetest, and mwtrefreBhlnT for toilet, bath, and nursery. Itstrikesatthe cause of bad complexions, falling hair, and simple haby blemishes, viz.: the Clogged, Inflamed, Overworked, or Sluggish JPobb. Sold thrn.iThnnl the world. British depot, RmWi v..n iiHwi iihii. lUKPtfOMOO. U.S.A. 0 f SOAP card and they are trying to persuade him to remain there nntil Bfter the territorial fair. Col. Asa B. Carey, a former well known ollicer on duty iu New Mexico and es pecially at Santa Fe, has been assigned to duty at Denver as paymaster of the department of the Colorado. He has many friends here who would be glad to receive a visit from him. Fine McBrnyer whisky at Colorado sa loon. EDDY AT THE HELM. The Hio Grande Heservoir Project is a (io A Kiar Deal in Land and Water of Moment to All New Mexico. Good i.ews is at hand from the Mesilla valley. That long pending storage res ervoir enterprise is at last shaped up and in condition to be pushed to a snuoessfu) finish. The news below is verified by privato letters received here to-day from the lower Peoos valley. For years the j storage of water in the lower Rio Grande has been earnestly advocated by the New Mexican ami it is with no little pJeaBure that this journal is able to-day to re print the following from the Las Cruces Independent at hand this morning: HON. O. B, EDDY'8 MEW ENTKIIl'ltlSE. Positive information has been received here that the Smith and Boyd irrigation projects have been practioally consoli dated and placed in the hands of C. B. Eddy, who undertakes to finance the scheme, place the bonds and do for the Rio Grande valley what he has done for the Peoos. Last week Mr. F. H. Poitz, oounty sur veyor, who was employed on the Pecos Valley irrigation works before coming here, received a letter from Mr. Eddy, dated at New York, notifying him that Mr. Eddy would soon have a great denl of work for him to do in l)ona Ana county and would be here in about two weeks. Last Saturday Mr. Peitz was in El Paso and had an iuterview with the secretary and one of the directors of the Boyd company and they told bim that nil their franchises, otc, and the franchises of the Smith party had been turned over to Mr. Eddy, who would take control of the whole business at once. The state ment was positive, direct nnd without reservation. Major Llewellyn also says he-has re ceived a letter from Frank Smith con veying the same information, and there is no doubt whatever that the deal has been made. There were filed last week in the pro bate clerk's orliee of this county two agreements nnd plans that - INDICATE THE PBOQBK0B of the enterprise. One is an agreement between the Mesilla Valley irrigation ool ony and Dr. John M. Yair, of Lome Park, Bournemouth, England, for the purchase of twenty acres of the Brnzito grant with perpetual water right for 100 sterling. Dr. Yair has paid 180 down, the balance to be paid in eight installments. The ven dor agrees to furnish water for irrigation at $ 1.50 per acre. The second agroement is between the same vendor and the Mesilla Valley Fruit and YinegrowiDg company, limited, of Westminster, Eng land, for the purohase of 1,000 acres of MBS. OASAd's PKOPEBTY, the Brazito grant, for 16,000, or at the rate of about $80 per acre. The receipt of 1,000 is acknowledged, and the bal ance is to be paid as follows: Two thou sand pounds on September 1, 1895; 3,000 on November 1, 18!)S, and the remainder in five annual installments of 2,000 each. The purchasers ngree to cultivate two thirds of the traot within five years, and the vendor agrees to supply water for irrigation not before Jannnry 24, 18UG. The signing directors of the purchasing company are Dr. John M. Yair, N. P. Allison and Henry Martin. A mnp filed with the agreement showB the tract divided into ten-nore lots, and it appears to be the purpose of the pur chasing compnny to establish a colony town. A part of the purohase price has been paid by the American company to the Casad heirs, owners of the grant, and another large installment will be dne within ninety days. The JU. A H. . Traek. It is quite apparent that the D. & R. G. compnny proposes to leave nothing un done that will add to the efficiency and comfort of its train service in and out of 'Santa Fe. Since the visit of President Jeffrey a few weeks ago, nearly all the heads of departments have been here to give personal direction to the improve ments now in progress. Yesterday the following named officials were out along the line of the road taking measurements nnd giving directions to the several squads of surveyors, tie, track and bridge men: Chief Engineer W. H. Rogers; C. S. Thompson, general superintendent of bridges and buildings; Geo. Worth, super intendent of bridges and buildings, 4th division; Cole Lydon, superintendent 4th division; John Roper, roadmaster; Peter Lund, superintendent of water service. PERSONAL. Mr. Moye Wicks is here from Albu querque. Dr. Pascal Craig, who is interested in coal mines at Monero, is a late arrival at the Exchnnge. Hon. Henry L. Warren is in the capital from the Ducal city looking after the in terests of his nnmerous clients. Cnpt. John C. De Laney, formerly post trader at Fort Stanton, arrived last night from the state of Washington on his way to his old stamping ground in southern New Mexico. J. T. Hagan, one of the Kentucky in vestors in the Chains placers, who has spent the last two or three years io that vicinity, was in Santa Fe yesterday and left for Oregon l.ifit night on a brief visit. At the Palace: Ed. H. Waddles, St. Joe; Moye Wicks, Tho.N. Wilkerson, Albu qnerquej . Louiaburg, Denver; Mrs. Ellen L. Stnlil, Berlin Heights; A. II. Smith, Chicago; Thos. Gardiner, Eddy. At the Exchange: f). A. Donden, Pu eblo; 8. S. Craig, J. M. Roper, Alamosa; 0. M. Wagner, J. E. Bradford, Denver; Pascal Craig, Monero; J. C. DeLaney, Ft. Stanton; James Fox, Cerrillos. BLAND'S COMING BOOM. Recent Arrivals from the Cochiti Min ing District Talk Encouragingly of the Great Camp Biff Move ment of Crown Point and Lone Star Ore-Other Notes of Moment. Mr. P. L. Tinen, formerly a railroad oonduotor in the east and now interested in real estate and mining property at Bland, came in from the metropolis of the Cochiti mining district last evening. He has proved his confidence in the dis trict by putting up one of tbe best busi ness houses in Bland and says he is per fectly satisfied with the outlook of the camp. Mr. Frank Wynkoop, who has been em ployed at Bland and Allerton for about a vear, came in with Mr. Tinen on his way to Denver. He also speaks most enoour- ifrinelv of the present oondit.ion and fu- tnre prospects of the camp. He reports that numerous improvements have been made in the Beckman mill sinoe the trial run, and that it is now running night and day, ohiefly on Becond grade ore from the Lone Star mine, with every prospect oi a satisfactory clean up. W. 8. Trimble keeps eight large ore wagons constantly employed delivering fifty tons of high grade Crown Point ore at Thornton (formerly WallBce) weekly for shipment by rail to Pueblo for treat ment. In addition to. hauling Crown PoMnt ore, Mr. Trilnble has closed a oon trict to deliver'1,500 tons of first grade Lrtne Star ore in Thornton at the rate of one car load per day for shipment to Pueblo. Thns it will be perceived thnt these two mines alone nre now shipping away nearly enough ore to supply one 40-ton fnrnaces of the projected smelter in Cerrillos. Owing to the financial troubles of Gen. Woodbury in Denver, the Cochiti Milling & Mining company, of which he is presi dent, is doing nothing with the Iron King mine at present, but confidence is ex pressed that Gen. Woodbnry will come out on top ngain before long and that he will then quickly resume the develop ment of his valuable Cochiti properties. It is reported that Geo. Ostrander has recently encountered a large body of $100 rock in one of his properties in Peralta canon. A rumor is afloat that Mr. Thomas II. Lowthian, one of the principal owners of the Lone Star, Albemarle and other fine properties in the district, has finally d cideu upon a process for treating his ores and will soon begin putting up a mill, one report says at the Albermarle mine in Colla canon and another at the river. Mr. Lowthian went over to Bland from 8anta Fe yesterday for the purpose of re examining the Beckman mill. Engineer William Garstin expects to complete the survey of the Santa Fe fc Cochiti railroad, between Santa Fe and the river, in about two weeks. He has not onlv surveyed the line from the Crown Point mine to the month of White Rock canon on the river, but has made n large map and profile thereof, showing every cut, fill, bridge nnd cnlvert that ill be reqnired, from which contraots can be let. .. . The Won'd's Fair Tests showed no baking powdor SO pure or so great In leav cnlng power as the Royal. for Male. . Must be sacrificed at once, two valuable mining claims nt San Pedro, Santa Fe county, N. M., in the New Placers mining district, 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 ollioe. GICHAHfi-E HOTEL J. T. FORSHA, Prop. 12.01 Per Day, lioratoil in the HiihI- pnrtlon or city, o.-ner of I'lnr.H Special rates by the week or mont fcr table board, with or without room. FIRST NATIONAL BAM Santa Fe, New Mexico. Designated Depositary of the United States R. J. Palen -J. H. Vaughn THE PALACE SANTA FE, N. LI. THE ONLY FIRST CLASS HOTEL IN THE CITY. RENOVATED THROUGHOUT. forma, from $3.00 to $4.00 por Say. Special Rates to Persona or Partiei by the Week or Month. HERMAN CLAUSSEN, Prop. The A. A P. :nso. At 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, Judge Collier announced his decision in the A. fc P. receivership matter. He denied the application, giving leave for it to be re-non-A iin.AiKh 1. 1895. if what were claimed to be injustices by the A., T. & ...... . x- :ji TJ-il 8. Jf. toward the Atlantic a, i-uiuu imn road company were not correoted or by then shown to be without foundation in faot. , ' Judge Collier's view, says the Citizen, is that if the Atlantic fc Paoifio is not get ting its fair proportion of earnings as a pait of the Santa Fe system, this iujustioe can be remedied through the steps already begun for its oorreotion, and he directB that the special master, Hon. Henry L. Warren, shall notify the other masters that this court requests their co-operation to a hearing of the trafilo matter by September 15, a joint reference having been made to the three masters in the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, St. Louis & San Franoisoo and Atlantic & Paoifio oases. lid Yon Kver 'lb Ink That you can not be well unless you have pure, rich blood f If you are weak, tired, languid and all run down, it is bepause your blood is impoverished and lacks vitality. These troubles may be over come by Hood's Sarsaparilla because Hood's Sarsaparilla makes pnre, rich blood. It is, in truth the great blood purifier. Hood's Pills cure liver ills, constipa tion, biliousness, jaundice, sick headaohe, indigestion. Ir. Win. 91. Bell. The veterinary Bnrgeon who has been testing the cows of the different milk dairies in the northern part of the terri tory for tuberculosis (consumption), is in SantaaFe fully prepared to test the herds and family cows of our oity. Miss Gnlliford will, when her nrlvate classes reassemble I in Seotember. also open a kimlorgnrten on the most modern and approved principles, assisted by another thoroughly trained teacher. I OTICE to tourists. In regard to transportation irom uiorieta to t ho Upper Pecos River, address J.W.Harrison, Clorieta, N. M. John MoCullough Havana olgars at Ooloradosnloon. Ship Ahoy! ,.rpic;n- U. Where ore yon going T A. We are going to They are Cutting 1' rices. DAVID LOWITZKI, FICADQUABTEItfl JOB NEW AND SECOND HAND AT BED-BOCK PRICES The highest prioes paid for Becond hand goods. Your furniture will be ' taken, overhauled and repaired and sold on small commission. Give him n oall before buying new or auction ing off your old household goods. President Cashier f X .11 OTTOJOHNSON&CO HOTEL S. SPITZ, The S-a.hstt.a. pe. nsr. im:. :3 A. STAAB, IMPORTER AND JOBBER. Oldest and Largest Establishment in Southwest. Wholesale Dealer in Groceries, Licpors, Tobacco, Cigars, Dry G-oods, Clothing, V Boots, Shoes and Hardware. Santa Fe F. ANDREWS. FF3U0T! ANDREWS Dealers and Shippers or SANTA Out of Town Orders a linn ..Km... PANTRY .nET.O.IIRR 1 iuv. DMiAtni. H. B. CART WRIGHT & BRO dealers in I m po rted an d Do m est i c PRODUCE, FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. HAY JISTID O-RAIIsr, Our Confeotions are Always Fresh.: All principal lines being bought direct from manufacturers in carload Jots, we are enabled to make the lowest prices : ' to close buyers. POTATOES AND FLOUR SPECIALTIES EXCLUSIVE AGENTS IN SANTA FE FOR- Oliver & Imboden Company, Patent Imperial Flour. Mosca Milling ft Elevator Company, Homestead and Jewel Flour. J. W. Brown Co., Dew Drop Brand Canned Fruit, Fish and Vegetables. Chase & Sanborn, Fine Coffees and Teas. UPGoods for campers and out of town oustomers carefully packed without extra charge. Kail orders solicited.- TELEPHONE NO- 4. Y s BEST PAYING Jeweller, Bicyole eyes suggest long sights as tbe bioycle is along distance trnveler. Every one should bo long sighted, that is, be nble to see far. If you can't have a far Bight without glasses, you oan seoure it with their aid. Speotacles not only give a largely increased range to the vision, bat make it stronger, clearer, steadier and in all ways more serviceable for use in this work-a-day world. You can use your eyes to effective advantage if you are provided with properly fitted spectacles. Our examinations are free and our prioes for glasses low. New Mexico J. W. BOWDEN. Finest in the World. & BOWDEN, Isles FRUITS, VEGETABLES & PRODUCE. FE, N. M. Specialty. BUSINESS IN CITY 'V :1 THE LEADING DRUG HOUSE OF SANTA FE, NEVLIEXICO. A. C. IRELArJD, Jr., Prop.