I he Daily New Mexican
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 19.
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n. S. Drvaktmbnt op Aobioui.titbii,
Wkatukk KiIKRAIT OFlflCH Off OHSKHVRH
Santa Fe, September 18. 1895,
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H. B. Hbksby. Observer.
Are you taking Simmons Liver Reg
ulator, the "Kko 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
than Pills, never gripes, never weak
ens, but works in such an easy and
natural way Just like nature Iteelf, that
relief comes quick and sure, and one
feels new ail over. It never fails.
Everybody needs take a liver remedy,
una everyone should take only Sim
inona Liver Regulator.
Be snre yon get it. The Red '
:"r. cb tlse wrapper. J. 11. Zeiliu S
J. T. FORSHA, Prop.
S2.00 Per Day. .ffiSMr.:'
imuu i ui UJ' Corner o
Located In the lliist-
Special rates by the week or roontV
fcr table board, with or without
nothing Warte to Order
Carry a full and select Hue of HATS,
CAIH. ttl.OVEH, etc., and every
thing found in a first-clan establish
ment. HENRY KRIOK.
SOLE AGENT FOB
Lemp's St. Louis Beer.
AM, KIMIMOl' MINKItAIi WATER
The trade supplied from one bottle to a
carload. Mail orders promptly
A. . Jk A. M.
Montezuma Lodge, No, 1, meets on the
first Monday evening of each month at
7:30 o'olock, in the Maaonio hall, in the
Kahn block, Ban Francisco 8t. Visiting
brethren are fraternally invited.
W. 8. HlBBOUN, W. M.
F. 8. Davis, See.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Ooronado Camp No. 8, Woodmen of the
World, meets on the Beoond Thursday
evsning of each month at 8 o'clock, in
Aztlan hall, I.O.O.F. VUiting sovereigns
are fraternally invited.
J. B. Bbady, Consul Com dr.
J. B. Sloan, Clerk.
Vine MoBrayer whisky at Colorado sa
loon. Yoa can get engraved visiting oards at
the Niw Mxioam, or have them printed
from your plate if yon have one.
IRRIGATORS IN . SANTA FE,
Excursion of National Irrigation Con
gress from Albuquerque, to New
Mexico's Historic Capital. "
A DELIGHTFUL AND DELIGHTED PARTY
Five Hours Profitably and Pleasurably
Passed Viewing the Many Places
of Interest About the Ancient
Pursuant to the program outlined in
these columns yesterday, about seventy
delegates to the international irrigation
congress at Albuquerque arrived in the
historic capital city of New Mexico on a
special train at 11:30 this morning.
The distinguished gentlemen and their
ladies were met at .the railroad station by
the reception committee, headed by
Mayor Easley and "Vice President Bnrt
lett of the Board of Trade, and conveyed
in carriages to the historical rooms, the
hydraulio works, the orohards ano, gar
dens, and other points of interest abonl
Prof. Perez' splendid native band die
coursed fine music in the beautiful plnza
from 11:30 to 12:30 p.m. An exoelletit
dinner was served to the party
The following features of this famous
pity were viewed with deep interest by
The reservoir and power station of the
Santa Fe Water & Improvement com
pany and Electric company, the most
complete water works of the southwest,
designed for city supply and irrigation.
Dam 900 feet long, eighty-five feet high,
320 feet wide at the bottom, on Santa
Great dam in progress of eroction
north of the city, being constructed by
hvdraulio process. This is the first dam
of large dimensions constructed by this
new method, and is of great interest to
engineers and irrigators, lue reservoir
will cover 268 acres and is expected to
irrigate a large area of valley land.
The fruit of Santa Fe is celebrated
everywhere. The Bishop's garden, Man
derfield orchard, Clarendon garden, orch
ard of J. P. Victory, and others, were
PLACES OF HISTORIC 1NTEBEST.
The Governor's palace The most his
toric building in the United States, built
in 1598, thus antidating Jamestown and
Plymouth, the seat of Spanish, Mexi
can and American authority for nearly
The Historical rooms Full of objects
The plaza and soldiers' monument.
Cathedral of St. Francis.
Church of Ban Miguel The oldest
church in the United States.
The "Old House"-Believed to be the
oldest house in the country.
The Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
" The Garita Old Spanish fort.
Old Fort Maroy ruins, fine view.
The Military reservation.
The Federal building andmonnment to
The Rosario chapel.
V. S. military cemetery.
United States Indian school.
Ramona Indian school.
St. Catharine's Indian school.
St. Michael's college.
The capitol grounds and burned build
ing. Sisters' hospital, Academy of Our Lady
of Light, Deaf and Dumb asylum, etc.
So far as was possible in the very
limited time, under the painstaking guid
ance of the active local committees ap
pointed for the purpose, the visitors were
shown the many points of world recog
nized interest about Santa Fe, and they
all seemed delighted with what they saw
as well as with the hospitable treatment
extended to them. One of the visitors,
who seemed to voice the sentiments of all,
remarked: "Why, this is the best part of
the program; we wouldn't have missed
Santa Fe for anything."
But the five hours winged their Might
into the past all too swiftly. The time
for the departure on the retnrn trip to
Albuquerque, 4 p. m., arriyed before the
visitors were half through sight-seeing,
and many expressed a resolution to come
back again as they boarded the train.
Choice samples of Santa Fe fruits were
distributed among the party on the train
just before it pulled out for the south.
Subjoined is a complete use or the ex
John U. Uhllds, Kiverdaie, Utah; u. s.
Kinney, Salt Lake City, Utah; L. A. Shel
don, Los Angeles, Cal.; John C. Moore,
Selna, Cal.; W. H. Bailey, Los Angeles;
J. T. Priest, Tempe, A. T.; W. L. George,
Phoenix, A. T.J L. H. Taylor, Reno, Ne
vada; P. E. Harroun, Santa Fe; N. M. Reed,
Eddy; James Pierce, Shumway, A. T.; D.
Clark, Uliir, . m.; u. a. juemney, uutn-
rie, O. T.: F. H. Newell, U. 8. G. S., Wash
ington, D. C.j J. M. Gregory, Garden City,
Kits.: J. D. Schuyler, lios Angeles; A. -
Davis, Denver, Colo.; A. 0. Magruder,
Stillwater, O. T.S W. E. Smythe and wife,
Chicago; E. J. Tyle, Garden City, Kas.;
Nels Madson, Br ighain ji ty ; u. nawonn,
Lawrence Kas.; T. J. Beall and wife, El
Paso; Andrew Madson, Mt. Pleasant,
San Pete county, Utah; Edward Partridge.
Provo Citv. Utah: Loois Buuruiit, uguen,
Utah; John Q. Cannon and wife, Salt
Lake City; D. W. Ross and wife, Fayette,
Idaho: C. R. Clark, Morgan, Utah; IS. F
Best and wife, Washington, D. C; R. B.
Stanton, Los Angeles; 0. D. Van Dyke,
Los Aneeles; A. C. Corner, Rocky Ford,
Colo.; E. L. Hall, Santa Fe; R. O. Mc
Claln, Cattlin, Colo.; Major J. P. Kimball,
Fort Wingate; Jno. 8. Titoomb, Denver;
Mrs. W. K. Martin, Dona Ana; Mrs. a. in
Maltby, Sedalia, Mo.; Mrs. J. D. Ademyer,
Kingfisher, O. T.J G. W. Hartman, Las
IN THE WORLD
la It the most effective akin puri
fying and beautifying soap in the world, but
it la the purest, sweetest, and moat refreshing
for toilet, bath, and nursery,
It strikes at the
cause of bad complexions, fallinir hair, and
simple baby blemishes, vic.i the Clogged,
lNFLAMED,OVKRWOSKED,or gLVOOlSH POBE.
ffolt thrntifhnut the world, British depot) HrwD.RY,
Vegas; Mrs. N. Gamer, Miss Bernice
Clark, Kansas City, Kas.; H. J. Hammond,
Las Vegas; Mrs. J. Churchill, Dodge City,
Kas.; Mrs. E. R. Moses, Great Bend, Kas.;
J. A. Lovoland, Provo, Utah.
Mr. James M. Peterson, banker, Rioh-
field, Utah, voted Santa Fe a surprising
Mr. L. F. Shnrtliff, of Ogden, Utah, said
he didn't see why Maj. Breeden left Santa
Ex-Gov. L. A. Sheldon, of Los Angeles,
was warmly greeted by many old fiiends.
Col. A. C. Fisk, one of the recognized
hustlers of Denver, said he was very glad
to see Santa Fe.
Mr. I. W. Cook, editor of the Oska-
loosa, Iowa, Globe, took notes of every
thing he saw.
Rev. F. G.Lentz, of Bement, III., looked
at Sauta Fe's anuient ohurohwithespeoial
Mr. E. F. Tabor, hydraulio engineer,
Escondido, Cal., made quite a study of
Santa Fe's hydrnnlic works.
Mr. Walter Pearl, member of American
Society of Irrigation Engineers, Denver,
had his eyes wide open for everything.
Mr. ClesBon S. Kinney, attorney, of Salt
Lake, pronounoed Santa Fe's United
States and territorial court rooms all
Mr. A. C. Magruder, professor of agri
culture in the Oklahoma college, Still
water, regretted when the honr arrived
Mr. E. C. Murphy, oivil engineer of
Kansas university, Lawrenoe, will give
his students the benefit of his observa
tions at Santa Fe.
Mr. Ferdinand Levi, of Newark, N. J.,
was with the party, and admitted that the
flavor of Santa Fe fruit was unsurpassed
even in Jersey.
Mr. J. V. Admire, editor of the King.
fisher. Oklahoma. Free Press, will have
something mighty nice to say of
Mexioo's capital city in his paper.
Pruf. L. G. Carpenter, who holds down
the choir of irrigation engineering in the
state agricultural college, Fort Collins,
Colo., looked at the irrigation object
lessons hereabouts with unfeigned
Milk Punoh 10 ots a glass at the Colo'
SHEEP HERDER KILLED.
A Herder Named Eivali Brutally Mur
dered by Two Other Herders
at Tierra Amarilla.
Mr. Jose Martinez, of Rio Arriba ooun
ty, who passed through Santa Fe last
night en route to Albuquerque, reports
a killiutr of a sheep herder named
Rivali, at Tierra Amarilla, on last Wednes
The murder was commuted in tne pres
enco of the dead man's mother by two
other sheep herders whose names nre not
given. JNo details are reporiea except tuni
, . .,
it was a most brutal attair, growing outoi
the too free indulgence in "sheep herder's
The murderers were promptly nrrested
and are now in jail at lierra Amarilla
Why Mot Von
When thousands of people are taking
Hood's. Sarsaparilla to overcome the
weakness and languor which are so com
mon at this season, why are you not do
ing the same? When you know that
Hood's Sarsaparilla has power to oure
rheumatism, dyspepsia and all diseases
oansed bv impure blood, why do you con
tin no to snffer ? Hood's cures others, why
Hood's Pills ore prompt and efficient,
While in Denver I learned the only
genuine Improved iallor ayBtem oi
dress-fitting. '1 his system drafts on tne
same principles as the merohant tailor
uses and with the same results. By ton
method every seam is in the proper place
the garment maintnins a perfeot propor
tion to the figure, and perfeit ease is se
cured. I will out and gnniantee an abso
lute fittinz pattern. Mas. O. A. Haynf.s
To the Jlieycllsts 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 a
pair. Uusdorf Dolan,
Charles Wagner will begin a grand ano
tion sale of the entire household furniture
of Mrs. Louis Haffner, consisting of par
lor and bedroom sets, carpets, library,
kitchen furniture and other articles too
numerous to mention. The sale will be
gin promptly at 9 o'oiock in tne morning
in front of my store on lower 'Ji'risoo St.,
and will oontinue till this splendid lot of
goods is all sold.
E. Twitchell is looking after the
of clients before' the district
court in San Juan county.
Mr. S. W. Raymond, business manager
of the Dnrango Herald, was in Santa Fe
last night on his way to Albuquerque.
At the Palace: Miss E. Clark, Aloalde
N. M.; Chas. B. Kehrman, St. Louie; W.
M. Blandin, Colorado Springs; A. Rhoado,
Las Animas; J. P. Kimball, Fort Wingate.
Miss Berta Hurt and Miss Maude Kel
ler represent Santa Fe as participants in
the New Mexico musioal contest, whioh
begins at Las Vegas this evening and
oootinu.es during to-morrow.
Mr. William Frank oame up from Los
Alamos this morning, accompanied by
his two sons, Masters Peter W. and Willie
Frank., and Master Willie Springer, of
Las Vegas. Mr. Frank placed his two
bright boys in school at St. Michael's
Miss E-ntna Hemingway, daughter of
U. S. Attorney Hemingway, left for Balti
more, this morning, to attend school. Mr.
Geo. P. Money, assistant U. 8. district at
torney, aooompanied the young lady as
fat as Trinidad. ,
At the Exohange: S. W. Raymond,
Dnrango; K. A. Aboyta, N. Martinez, Park
View; Mrs. Taylor and family, Albuquer
que; Wm. Frank, P. W. Frank, Woo.
Frank, jr., Los Alamos; Wm. Springer,
Las Vegas; G. Asoarate, Las Crnoes; Chas.
n. Bennett, Antonito; Curtis Monica), J.
Callings, Pueblo; Homer Hill, D. Del
PAST OCTOBER WEATHER
Record of Observations Taken at San
ta Fe During: Past Twenty-one
Years Upon Which to Base
U. 8. Department or Aobioultube,
Santa Fe, N. M., Sept. 19th, 1895.
The chief of the weather bureau directs
the publication of the following data,
compiled from the record of observations
for the month of Ootober, taken at this
station for a period of twenty-one years
It is believed that the faots thus set forth
will prove of interest to the public, as
well as the special student, showing as
they do the average and extreme conditions
of the more important meteorologioal
elements and the range within whioh such
variations may be expected to keep dur
ing any corresponding month.
Temperature. Mean or normal tem
perature, 60 deg; the warmest Ootober
was that of 1875, with an average of 53
deg; the ooldest October was that of 1880,
with an average of 4b deg; the highest
temperature during any Ootober was 85
deg on October 8, 1878; the lowest tern
perature during any October was lb aeg
on Ootober 16, 1880. Average date on
whioh first "killing" frost occurred (in
autnmn). October 10.
Precipitation (ram and melted snow).
Average for the month 1 inoh; average
number of davs witb .01 ot an men or
more' 4; the greatest monthly preoipita
tion was 1.19 inoheB in 1881; the least
monthly precipitation was O.OOinohesin
1878; the greatest amount of preoipita
tion reoorded in any 24 oonsecutive hours
was 1.16 inches on Ootober 27, 187.
Clouds and Weather. Average number
of olondless days, 20; average number of
partly oloudy days, 9; average number or
cloudy davs, 2.
Wind. The prevailing winds nave
been from the east; the highest velocity
of the wind during any Ootober was from
the soothwest, 45 miles per hour on uo
tober 16, 1892. H. B. Hebsey,
Observer, Weather Bureau.
ROUND ABOUT TOWN.
The guild of the Churoh of the Holy
Faith will not meet to-morrow afternoon.
This is the Jewish New Year's day, and
the 28th inst. is their day of Atonement.
The last rose of summer has faded and
gone, but autumn flowers are with us in
Las Vegas Optic: The Santa Fe ladies'
Board of Trade has been of great ad
vantage to that city. Las Vegas Bhould
have something similar.
John Wilkerson, who has been a sufferer
from tuberculosis of the bowels for weeks,
passed quietly into the beyond at 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon. The de
ceased was about 28 years old.
The Creamer drug store was sold this
morning by the sheriff uuder foreclosure
of a chattel mortgage for $1,017. J.
Zimmerman bought the plane for Mrs.
Isabella Crist for the above amount. The
store will be reiitted in every partioular
and oontinned at the old stand.
John, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. H
S. Clancy, died last night at 12 o'olook of
bowel trouble. The little one will be
buried at 1 o'olook this afternoon.
Mr. Charles A. Spiees and Miss Ruby
Lynch, both well known in Santa Fe, will
be united in marriage at Las Vegas, on
next Wednesday. Rev. F. T. Bennett, of
this city, will probably perform the in
OH.A.S. WAGNE EL,
Tinware, Hardware, Stoves.
I have a full line of Picture Frames
and Mouldings and in fact everything
in the household line. I will furnish
you from the parlor to the kitchen on
easy payments and bedrock prices. I
carry the largest stock in the city. I
repair all kinds of furniture, sewing
machines and musical instruments.
Remake matresses and all kinds of
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
R. J. Palen -J.
Sterll ng spokes don't break, Sterling frames never buckle,
Sterling sprocket quickly chanced, Sterling- bearings run true,
Sterling cranks can't work loose, Sterling riders never change mounts,
Sterling forks are strongest. Sterling wheels win the races.
Sterling agents wanted in every town In New Mexico and Arliona.
Best of reference! required. "We carry the stock no welt here."
The Sterling agency is a money-maker.
PINNEY & RODINGOff.
Jobbers of Bicycle and Sundries,
16 18 N. Second Ave., Phoenix, Ariz.
Highest Honors World' Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
A telesram iust received from Albu-
ouerxue. brines the gratifying news that
Santa Fe has been awarded the sweep
stake premium for fruit.
At the meeting of Carleton post, G. A
R., held last night, a oommittee, consist
ing of Col. E.H. Bergmann.W. S. Fletcher
and J. T. Steele, was appointed to take
the necessary steps to have the remains
of Col. Albert H. Pfeiffer removed from
near Del Norte, Colo., to the Santa Fe
National cemetery. Col. Pfeiffer was one
of the bravest soldiers New Mexico ever
produced, and in his time was a noted
Indian fighter. It is proper that his re
mains should rest here in our beautiful
The U. S. Gov't Reports
r show Koyal tsaking tvwaer
superior to all others.
Reduced Kates to Denver, Colorado.
American Public Health Asscln
For the above ocoasion the "Santa Fe
Route" will place on sale tickets to Den
V6r and return at a rate of twenty-three
dollars and seventy-five cents, ($23.75.,
Dates of sale Sept. 30, and Oct. 1, 18U5.
H. S. Liviz, Agent,
Santa Fe, N. M.
Geo. T. Nicholson,
G. P. A., Chicago, Ills.
NEW MEXICO TERRITORIAL FAIR
Albuo.uera.ue, N. M., Sept. 17 to 21, 1895,
One cent per mile is all the Santa Fe
ronte asks for tickets to the territorial
fair at Albuquerque, N. M. Dates of sale
September 15 to 21, 1895, good to return
until September 30. Low rates from Al
buquerque to the Las Vegas not springs,
on above dates on aooonnt oi gratia
musical contest held there. Call on
agents-of the Santa Fe ronte for par
tioulars, H. S. Lvtz,
Agent, Santa Fe, N. M.
E. Copland, General Agent, El Paso,
THE" NEW MEXICAN.
Daily, English Weekly and spanisn
weekly editions, win do louna on
sale at the following news depots,
where subscriptions may also be
A. 0. Teichman, Cerrillos.
S. E. Newcomer, Albuquerque.
B. T. Link, Silver City.
J. B. Hodgen, Doming.
0. 0. Miller, Hillsborough.
B. Dailey, East Las Vegas.
L. R. Allen, Las Vegas.
San Felipe, Albuquerque
Jacob Weltmer, Oity.
Fletcher ft Arnold. Bland, N.M.
I offer fruit, etc., at
amount of 50
in lots to
cents or more:
Fine large pears per lb
Fine large apples per lb
Large Siberian crab ap
ples per lb
German prunes per lb
French prunes per lb
New Santa Fe honey. . .per lb
New sweet cider per gal 25 o
Leave orders with E. ANDREWS.
For the accommodation of parties from
Santa Fe who wish to attend the territo
rial fair at Albuqnorqne the A., T. Si S. F
R. R. will run a special train leaving San
ta Fe at 8:20 a. m., arriving at Albuquer
que at 11:30 a. m. Returning leave Al
buquerque at 9:20 p. m., arriving at
Santa Fe at 1 a. m. Coaohes will ran
through and no change is required
Lamy. This special service will com
menoe Monday Sept. 16, and continue
daily nntil after the close of the fair.
of the United States
S. SPITZ, The
Striking effeots in jewelry give sur
prise and pleasure to all; snoh effeots as
are Been in our stock, we mean. Oar
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 call. We are
able to promise yon that everything new
and taking for the season has been found
place in our list. Like the sun we're
always shining, but this season we out
shine our previous selves with a dazzling
array whioh comprises everything.
Office and Warehouse Lower 'Frisco St.
Santa Fe, - Mew Mexico,
CAKES AND PASTRY MADE TO
NO. 4 BAKERY.
ER CART WRIGHT &BR0
Imported and Domestic
PRODUCE, FRESH FRUITS
Our Confections are Always Fresh.
All principal lines being bought direct from manufacturers in
carload lots, 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 & Elevator Company, Homestead and Jewel Flour.
J. W. Brown & Co., Dew Drop Brand Canned Fruit, Fish and Vegetables.
Chase & Sanborn, Fine Coffees and Teas.
y Goods for campers and out of town customers carefully packed
without extra charge. Mail orders solicited.
TELEPHONE NO- 4.
J. G. SCHUMANN,
Sole Agent for the
Santa Ft, -
OTTfRIED WCHOBEB. Plflant.
THE SANTA FE
SODA MINtPAL & CARBONATED WATERS.
PATRONIZp THIOHOME INDUOTRY.
Palace Avenue, - - Santa Fe N il.
Curt A Packard Ohoea.
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