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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. Notice is hereby given that orders given by employes nnon the New Mexican Printing Co., will not be honored unless previously endorsed by the business manager. Notice, Requests for back numbers of the New Mexican, must state date will receive no attrition. wanted, or they Advertising llaten. Wanted One cent a word each insertion. Local Ten cents per line each insertion. Heading Local Preferred position Tweu-ty-tlve emits 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 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 t.iriu $1 net, per month. No reduction in pries made for "every other duv"' advertisements. METKROLOGICAL 0. Dbpaktment of Agrioui-tuhe, KVrmttt LSl HKAU OFFICE OF UH8K BKVKH r 12. 1S95. ) Santa Fe, beptombe S3 33 V s ".3 S o or ir. 30.335 5 -o 2 0 .SStg J rf p a o 1 - C 1 1 S.5 S-2. 8:00a. m. 23 41 5a 4a I E -i Clear B:liOp. m.i 21141 1 Kl 1 u 1 w I IUIar Maximum Temperature M Minimum Temperature 5y Total Pi ooipiutlou 0.U0 H. B. Huhsky. Observer. Are you taking Simmons Liver Reo tjlatok, the "Kino of Liver Medi cines?" That is what our readers want, and nothing but that It is the same old friend to which the old folks pinned their faith and were never dis appointed. But another good recom mendation for it is, that it is better than Pills, never gripes, never weak ens, but works in such an easy and natural way just like nature itself, that relief comes quick and sure, and one feels new ail over. It never fails. Everybody needs take a liver remedy, ar.rl everyone should take only Sim mons Liver Regulator. Be sure you get it. The Red V. is en the wrapper. J. BE. Zeiliu & Philadelphia. nothing .Hade o Order Sol. Spiegelberg, CLOTHIER. Carry a full and select line of HATS, CAPS, ULOVGS, etc., and every thing found iu a first olass eitublUh ment. HENRY KRICK. SOLE AUKNT FOn Lemp's St. Louis Beer. ALL klMWOF M1NKK.4L WATF.K The trade supplied from one bottle to a carload. Mail orders promptly filled GUADALUPE ST. - - - SANTA FE SOCIETIES. ; a. f. & A. M. Montezuma Lodge, No. 1, meets on the first Monday evening of each month at 7:80 o'clock, in the Masonic hall, in the Kahn block, San Francisco St. Visiting brethren are fraternally invited. W. S. Habbodn, W. M. F. 8. Davis, See. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. , Coronado Camp No. :), Woodmen of the World, meets on the second Thursday .railing of each month at 8 o'olook, in Aztlan hall, I. O.O. F. Viditing sovereigns are fraternally invited. J. B. Bbady, Consul Comdr. J. B. Sloan, Clerk. Fine MoBrayer whisk at Colorado sa loon. You can get engraved visiting oards at the Nw Mixioan, or have them printed from ynur plate if yon huve one. Vregulator geits FURNISHER CAPITAL CITY GRIST. Two New Land Companies Organized Irrigation Delogates-A Good Business Sign. Artiolts of incorporation have been filed by the New Mexico and ChihuHhuu Land, Stock Sc Mining company, with a oapital of $96,000. The incorporators are Joseph L. Bell, W. D. Tipton, A. B. Fall, Eduardo Linns, Albert Duehery, Chas. D. McDow and Wm. Daly. The principal place of business is Las Cruces, and the operations of the company will be mainly in Chihuahua, where it has seen rod a large area of land and many valuable concessions. The incorpora tors have bought the San Jose ranch of 22,500 acres, and propose to locate a town and divide the land into small farms. Next month, upon invitation of Presi dent Bell and Senor Cruz Gonzales, a hunting party will go down to the ranch for a few weeks' sport with the big game that is abundant in the adjacent moun tains. Dr. Rowe, of the American Field, has been invited to get up a party of his friends and join the expedition. The com pany has seoured the hunting privileges over about 2,000,000 acres, and Dr. Bell intends to make a game preserve and organize a hunting club for the benofit of American sportsmen. ANOTHER LAND COMPANY. Artioles of incorporation of the Trans Pecoa Land Company have also been filed, the incorporators being S. J. Hag erman, Thos. H. Edsall, Percy Hagerman, W. E. Newberry and A. 8. Goetz; capital stock, $100,000. The principal plaocs of business are Colorado Springs and the lower Peoos valley in New Mexico. MOKE OKI.KOATES. Several governors have reoently in formed Gov. Thornton of the appoint ment of delegates to the 4th National irrigation oongress at Albuquerque, and also that the delegates named will attend in person: Utah: George Q. Cannon, Salt Lake City; Mies Henrietta Clark, Salt Lake City; Levi Shmtleff, Ogdeu; Joel Shoe maker, Manti; William Bays, Heber. Nebraska: Prof. William Beece, Falls City; L. C. Stookton, Sidney; W. A. Thomas, A. C. Wolfenberger, Lincoln; F. C. Condon, Omaha. Kansas: W. E. Hutchinson, Ulyssess; J. L. Emory," Lawrence; J. H. Churchill, Dodge City; A. B. Jones, Wakeeny; Ira L. Lloyd, Ellsworth. BION8 Or THE TIMES. Secretary Miller says there is a marked improvement in the number of inquiries from abroad concerning New Mexico. Cor respondence in his office is three times greater than it was last summer and fall. People write from everywhere seeking in formation on all manner of subjects, on laws relating to corporations, copies of the laws on this subject and that are wanted, and it appears from this that in vestors, home seekers and business men generally have their eyes on New Mexioo. These inquiries are always promptly and fnlly answered, and the result is expected to bring forth good fruit in the near fu ture. Col. LfM'kliart 011 Jlock. J. A. Lockhart, of Fowler, finished cut ting over 800 tons of alfala yesterday. Capacity of the maohine used was about forty tons per day, nine days being re quired for harvesting the orop. The en tire output was to put in a "Silo" thirty feet deep and thirty-two feet in diameter. This is known as the ensilage process. La Junta Times. The I'ecos Exhibit. The car of the Pecos Valley road came in last night and was side-tracked at Fut- neys. In the car is an attractive exhibit of frnits, Egyptian corn, Milo and Kaffir oorn, peanuts, big pumpkini, water melons, honey, corn in stalk, etc. The Peoos Irrigation and Improvement Co., send the fine exhibit whioh will be seen at the fair, after whioh the car will go on to the Illinois state iair, and possibly to the Texas state fair at Dallas, where Corbett and Fitzsimmons will settle their differ ences. F. Von Pointkowskyis in charge of the beantiful display. Albuquerque Democrat. Special Trains. A special train will loave Santa Fe daily for Albuquerque at 8:20 a. m., ar riving at Albuquerque at 12 noon, re turning leave Albuquerque at !).20 p. m., arriving at Santa Fe at 1 a. m. This special service will commence on Monday Sept. 16, and will oontinne every day mi til the close of the fair. ROUND ABOUT TOWN. The Santa Fes will play the Browns at Alboqanrque on Monday. There will be a meeting of Aztlan lodge, No. 3, I. O. O. F., this evening at 8 o'olock at their hall on lower 'Frisco street. Vis iting brothers cordially invited. The A., T. & S. F. announces that it will run a special train daily from Santa Fe to Albuquerque during fair week. The hours of departure and arrival are pub lished elsewhere. Ceremonies attending the betrothal of County Clerk Adolf Hill and Miss Juanita Garoia took plaoe last evening at the home of the bride's parents. Their mar riage ooours Monday morning. A ball game has been arranged for Sun day next between the Santa Fes and a strong picked team. The game will be watched with interest, because by it the public will be able to judge about how onr boya will come . out in the tournament IN THE WORLD OF BEAUTY (pen 13 IS SUPREME Not only is It the most effective skinptiri fring and beautifying soap in the world, but it is the purest, sweetest, and most refreshing ror toilet, bath, and nursery. It strikes at the cause of bad complexions, falling hair, and Simple baby blemishes, viz.i thk Clogoed, JNFLASIED.OV BRWORK KD, or BLUUG1BH FORK. BoM thranrtmit lh -old. British d.poti NlwiiIRT, JUoika. Him H"co hh C..HP., togtca. O.fl.A. DAP next week at Albuquerque. Names and positions will appear in these columns to morrow. As the citizens of Santa Fe have made no preparations as yet for receiving and entertaining the excursion of irrigation delegates on Thuriday next, the chances are that the executive committee of the irrigation congress will deolare the ex cursion off. L. A. Phillip, an employe of the New Mexican's job department, has sixteen hives of Italian bees at his home on the Bell place, jnst west of town. He will harvest therefrom about S00 pounds of honey this year, worth 15 cents per pound at wholesale. Mr. Phillips says it requires abont a quarter of an hour a day to oare for them. Here's a chance for in valids in search of light occupation. Many Santa Feaus are planning to at tend the feast of San Geronitno which takes place at Taos beginning September 30. There will be three days of sport, commencing on the 28th. La Belle Cres set says: The festival is attended by Navajoes, Apaohes and Pueblos from other Pueblo villages (of whioh there are eleven nt the present time) in Arizona and New Mexico, about 5,000 Mexioans and this year at least 2,500 Americans are expected. Judge Henry L. Warren left Albuquer que yesterday for Washington, D. C, where he will meet Chief Justioe Thomas Smith, they together to prepare the brief and argument in the case of C. H. Gilder sleove vs. The New Mexioo Mining com pany, now before the U. S. supreme court. Next to the Maxwell grant case. this is probably the most important case ever taken from New Mexioo to the U. supreme court. It involvos the title to the rich Ortiz Miue grant and the Cer- rillos coal fields, aggregating in value several millions of dollars. The case will come before the oouit early in the October term. WHITE SIGNAL MSTRIC (Jootl Reports from One of the Grant County Mining Districts Success of a Woman as n Mine Manager. The White Signal mining district of Grant county seems to be coining rapidly to the front ns an oro producer. Accord to the Deming Headlight, Brockman, BarringerA Co., are keeping pace with the times by way of devlopment work They are employing about fifty men their Chicago, Monitor and Bridge Star mines as well as others on their different properties. They are workiug night an day shifts and they are extracting lota of ore. The mill will start up just as soon as the bins, which hold 200 tons, can be filled. John T. Jeffords has the oontraot of hauling the ore and is now at work. Case and Upron are doing first-clnss work on their Comfort mine and they are piling up quantities of first-class ore, They have lots of it, and expeottoget a mill run shortly. Miss Kate Thompsom is making quite a reputation ns a mine manager. She is working the Rabbit Foot, not the charm usually referred to under that name, but a mine whioh is panning out beyond her most sanguine expectations. The claim is said by experts to be one of the best prospects in oamp. Galloway and Alexander are extracting ore rrom ttieir jainora olaim which 'ti saia win run way up in gold. The sam pie lot of ten tons recently worked at Gold Hill has given them encouragement ana they are hard at work developing their property. Their ore will be milled here at the company mill. Nearly all of their work is being done by oontraot. Thwnifces and Delany have a property hero which is said by experts to be fast developing into a bonanza. An expert visited the property quite recently and spoke very highly of its future. The property is now under bond for $25,000 and the sale will surely be effeoted. Ai. w. Well owns a property fonr miles east of the company mill, which is look ing well. A shipmeut of several tons of high grade silver ore will be made to Sil ver City Bhortly. J. Douglas Smith is working a tur quoise property one mile from the mill As yet it is only a prospect, but it prom ises to develop into something more sub' tautial. Some good stones are being lonnu, and, as J. V. Is a hustler, he will no doubt soon have a paying mine. PERSONAL. Mr. S. H. Fields, of St. Joe, is a guest at the Exchange. Rov. S. Gatignole, of Belen, and Rev. A Docher, of Isleta, are visiting the cathe dral priests. Mr. L. R. Allen, representing the live new daily nt Las Vegas, the Examiner, is registered at the Exohange. Hon. Rafael Romero has gone to Mora to visit his four children before they de part for another year in sohool at Notre Dame, In J. Mr. Oscar Mallinokrodt, of Espanola valley, is registered at the Palace. He is accompanied by Mr. Gus Sohulenberg, a St. Louis friend. At the Exohange: Oscar Mallinokrodt, Espanola; Gus Sohulenberg, St. Louis; R. A. Conner, Salida; J. W. Purefoy. 0. M. Wagner, Denver; P. N. Patterson, Pike- ton; J. T. Sim ms, Chicago; Val, Sohiok. Cerrillos; 8. Gatignole, Belen; A. Docher, Isleta. The Game Laws. Owing to the recent changes in the open seasons for various kinds of small game, and many lovers of sport possibly being nnaware of these alterations, we publish them below for the information of all who may be desirons of taking advantage of the shooting provided by the enormous increase of nil kinds of game fostered by the abuudant rains and consequent luxuriant pasturage of the last two sum mer seasons Id the Territory of New Mexico, deer, elk and antelope may be killed from October 1 to January 1. Buffalo, mountain sheep and grouse, from Sept ember 1 to May 1. Wild turkey and quail, October 1 to March !. Trout or other food fishes, May 1 to November 1, with hook and line only. It is permissible for persons traveling, or who may be in oamp, to kill such game at any time as necessity may com pel them for purpose of subsistence. Iiont. An opal stick-pin. Reward if returned to the New Mexican. M. E. CHURCH MISSION. Interesting Sessions Yesterday Bish op Ninde's Lecture Election ! of Officers. The opening session of the New Mexico English mission was held in the Methodist churoh yesterday morning, Bishop W. X. Ninde, D. D., of Detroit, presiding. The bishop, assisted by Rev. Dr. Dennison and other ministers present, administered the saorament of the Lord's supper in ao cordanoe with the impressive ritual of the church. Visitors were then formally introduced, and the regular business of the conference oommenoed with the call ing of the roll by the secretary, Rev. A. Hoffman, of El Paso, Texas. The following officers were elected to serve for the ensuing year: Seoretary, Rev. A. Hoffman; assistant secretary, Rev. H. J. Hoover; treasurer, Rev. 0. 1. Mills; statistical secretary, Rev. A. A. Hyde; as sistant statistical seoretary, Rev. E. V. DuBois. The following persons were appointed to report the proceedings of the confer ence to the various church papers: JNew xork Christian Advocate, Rev. E. V. DuBois; Central Christian Advooate, Rev. A. A. Hyde; Western Christian Ad vooate, Rev. G. S. Madden; Northwestern Christian Advocate, Rov. H. J. Hoover. Very interesting reports of their re spective ohurches were given by Rev. A. Hoffman, of El Paso, and Rev. A.A.Hyde, of Springer, after whioh the oonferenoe adjourned, to meet again in regular ses sion at 9 o'clock this morning. A very large audience assembled last night to hear Bishop Ninde's lecture on "The Orient in War Time." The bishop had spent nbout nine months in the Orieut,'was there during the reoent war between China and Japan, and had excep tionally fine opportunities of studying the ouBtoms and problems of Japan.1 China and Corea, and of meeting with leaning persons ot those countries. Con sequently his leotoro was replete with in terest and instruction as he related his novel experiences, the cordial respect shown to Christianity and the benefits of Christian missions to the countries of the Orient. - A telegram from Supt. Bovard stated that his little son was very low with typhoid fever, but the indications ap peared to be more favorable. Rev. A. Hoffman, of El Paso, was taken siok yesterday, but was resting easier Inst nignc. The program announces for to-night ine anniversary of the Epworth League. with addresses by Rov. E. V. DuBois, of Chama, and Rev. A. W. Adkinson, of Al- ouquerqne. All sessions of the conference are open liU lilt) pUDllC. Ihe lecture as programmed for Satur day nignt by Bishop Ninde has been de clared off, in order that the oonferenoe may hold its closing business session that nignt. THE FINEST, MOST DURABLE, MOST COMFORTABLE, LOWES C PRICES AT 0TT0J0HNS0N&00 EICHANCfE HOTEL J. T. FORSHA, Prop. 2.00 Per Day. Located In the Koal-ncM-t portion of elty. N.K. Corner ot Flaza Special rates by the week or inontb lor tftDie Doard, witn or without room. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Santa Fe, New Mexico. Designated Depositary R. J. Palen - J. H. Vaughn STERLING FIH aOU STYLES. mW. Jl 3SI!&jtaS!i!;f.!': - '.:li Sterling spokes don't break, Sterling frames never buckle, s.Hr.g.",,,'f0jet".?"loki'yichn,,Bed' Sterling bearlnes run true, Z llVF cl?"t8 do ork losP. Sterling riders never change mounts, Merlin forks are strongest. Sterling wheels win the raoes. n-S"1? Fent' WBnted every town in New Mexico and Arizona. !S7S!7 the wait here." PINNEY & ROBINSON. Jobber of Bicyole Sundries, IBIB If. Second Ave., Phoenix, Aria. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. CREAM mm ram MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Home Patronage. Patronize home people first, last and all the time. In some instances they may be a little higher priced than the outside merchants and the itinerant mechanic, but by giving the hbme merchant and mechanic a show you stand a chance of getting back some of the money you pay to them. It there is anything that will make hard times in a oommunity it is a oontinual drain of its circulating medium to foreign channels of trade. Every do! dar spent in town will do a great volume of business in a week, while every dollar taken out of town, unnecessarily, acts as an agent to stagnate business. This will apply as well to nations as to communi ties. Keep your money at home. Spend it with your merchants and business men, and we venture to say that the ory of "hard times" will not be heard so often. Everywhere We Wo We find some one who has been cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla, and people on all hands are praising this great medioine for what it has done for them aud their friends. Taken in time Hood's Sarsa parilla prevents serious illness by keep ing the blood pure and all the organs in a healthy condition. It is the great blood purifier. Hood's Pills become the favorite cath artic with every one who tries them. 25o. per box. Auction, Auction. The entire household goods of Mrs. John Symington, consisting of bed-room, parlor and kitchen furniture, carpets, glassware, china, and in fact everything to be found in a well equipped house will be sold at public auction in front of my store commencing on Saturday morning and continuing from day to day until all is sold. Chas. Wagnkb, Auctioneer. The U. s. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to t! others. FREEi One Nickel-ln-the Slot machine witn every 1,UUU Mexicans or Mechan ics' Pride, the best nio.kel niewr nn the market. Price $M. All tlm litpet slot machines n specialty. Agents wan ted everywhere. S. Kulin & Co.. 220 California street, nan r runcisco, cai. To the Bicyclists of Santa Fe. Buy one of our all-wool sweaters at $1.50 each. They are beauties. All-wool bicycle hose, the best made, at $1.25 pair, uusdorf JJolnn. Notice. I offer fruit, etc., at the following prices in lots to tne amount ot 00 cents or more: Fine large pears per lb Fine large apples per lb Large Siberian crab ap 2 l-2c 2c ples cer lb 1 l-2c German prunes. ...... .per lb French prunes per lb New Santa Fe honey. . .vet lb 4o 6c 15c New sweet cider per gal 85c ijeave orders witn E. ANDREWS. Milk Funoh 10 ots a arlaBS at the Colo raao saloon. ZfcTIEW HAMMOND TYPEWRITER FOB SALE AI NEW MEXICAN OFFICE. of the United States - President - Cashier BICYCLES. S. SPITZ, The SANTA FE. 3ST. Striking effeots in jewelry give sur prise and pleasure to all; such effects as are seen in our stock, we mean. Our jewelry display is fresh and sparkling as spring water, the emblem of purity and brilliancy. Novelties this season are numerous and interesting. You will be glad to see them when you oall. We are able to promise you that everything new and taking for the season has been found a plaoe iu our list. Like the sun we're always Binning, but this season we out shine our previous selves with a dazzling array which comprises everything. ;. SCHUMANN, loots, Shoes & either Sole Agent for the Santa Fs, - OAKK8 AMD PASTRY MADE TO -ww. unrE.n i 1 1 X H. B. CART WRIGHT & BRO DEALERS IN Imported and Domestic PRODUCE, FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. Our Confections are Always Fresh. All principal linea being bought direct from manufaoturera In carload Iota, we are enabled to make the lowest price to close buyers. POTATOES AND FLOUR SPECIALTIES EXCLUSIVE AGENTS IN SANTA FE FOR Oliver & Imboden Company, Patent Imperial Flour. Mosca Milling & Elevator Company, Homestead and Jewel Flour. u ?.r2wnv& aozPevr DrP Brand Canned Fruit, Fish and Vegetables Chase & Sanborn, Fine Coffees and Teas. HT Goods for campers and out of town TELEPHONE NO. 4. S. WEDELES, WHOLESALE Office and Warehouse Santa Fe, - - llnries il Mi. THE PALACE HOTEL, SANTA FE, N. M. THE ONLY FIRST CltiSS HOTEL IN THE CITY. , RENOVATED THROUGHOUT. ? ferns, from $3.00 to $4.00 per Say. by the Week or Month. HERMAN CLAUSSEN, Prop. COAL a TRANSFER, LUK3QR AND PE3D. Jeweller. jVT. opt1 Findings. Qurt & Packard Shoes. - Haw Mexico. ORDER. customers carefully sacked DEALKB IN Lower 'Frisco St. - New Mexico. Special Batea to Persona or Parties' DUDBOT7 5 DAVIO, Props.