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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,
tn."l everyone should take only oim
inona Liver Regulator.
Be sure you get it. The Bed '
on the wrapper. J. H. Zeilia
Z'Q Philadelphia.
J. T. FORSHA, Prop.
U Per Bay,
Located lii the !!usl
hchmm portion of rlty,
fei.E. Comer of 1'loxn
Special rates by the week or month
for table board, with or without
nothing Ifaila to Order
Carry a full and select line of HATS,
VA UMVKH, etc., and every
thing found in a first-elan establish
Lemp's St. Louis Beer.
The trade supplied from one bottle to a
carload. Mail orders promptly
A. F. & A. M.
Monteznma Lodge, No. 1, meets on the
first Monday evening of eaoh month at
7:30 o'elook, in the Masonic hall, in the
Kahn block, Ban Francisco 8t. Visiting
brethren are fraternally invited.
W. 8. Habboun, W. M.
F. 8. Davis, See
Coronado Camp No. 8, Woodmen of the
World, meets on the seoond 'innrsaay
evening of eaoh month at 8 o'olook, in
Astlan hall, I.O.O.F. Visiting sovereigns
are fraternally invited.
J. B. Bbadt, Oonanl Oomdr,
. B. 8r.0AH, Clerk.
Fine McBrayer whisky at Colorado sa
Ton can get engraved visiting cards at
the Nsw Mexican, or have them printed
from your piste If yon have one.
The Usual Routine Business Transact
ed by the City Council Last Night
Provision for Stone Gutter
on 'Frisco Street New
The city oonncil met in regular session,
last evening, with Mayor Easley in the
ohair and Conncilmen Andrews, Delgado,
Domingnez, Holmes, McCabe and Sena
The minutes of the previous meeting
were read and approved.
The city olerk reported as follows: Li
censes collected, S40: warrants drawn
during September, $900.13.
The police magistrate reported twenty-
four oases tried during the past month.
The city marshal reported fines collect
ed during the last two weeks of Septem
ber, $18, and expenses paid, $16.
These reports were referred to tne
proper oommittees.
The marshal, in the capaoity or ex
oflioio street commissioner, reported as
follows regarding street work in the 4th
ward: Total number of registered voters,
272; over age and out of town, 80; worked
or paid in cash, 131; cash oolleoted,
$77.70. Referred to committee on streets
and bridges.
The otty attorney asueo and was grant
ed intorest at the rato of 12 per cent on
his salary warrants from Ootober 1.
The committee on streets and bridges
was granted authority to not in the mat
ter of bnilding a stone gutter on San
Francisco street from the Arcade corner
to the narrow gauge railroad crossing.
The street commissioner was author
ized to buy the neoessary lumber for a
bridge aorosa the arroyo in rront or tne
Gildersleeve place.
An ordinanoe, oreating tne office ot oity
driver and defining the duties and com
pensation thereof, was passed.
The committee on police reported that
Sheriff Cunningham was willing to con
tinna feedinir the oitv prisoners for 50
cents per day and accept warrants draw
ing 10 per cent interest therefor.
The oity marshal's reports for August
were approved.
A communication from the Diocesan
asBooiation, invititg the mayor and city
oounoil to attend the exercises and par
ticipate in the parade incident to con-
ferring the pallium npon Archbishop
Chapelle, was read and the clerk in
strncted to notify the association that the
invitation was accepted with thanks.
The mayor's appointment of Manuel
Ortiz y Rodriguez as policeman, vioe An
tonio Sena, term expired, was confirmed.
The mayor Bnd oity olerk were author
ized to execnte a quit olaim deed in be
half of the city to the old Masonio and
Odd Fellows' oemetery, north of the fed
eral building, and deliver the same to the
proper lodge offioials.
The council thereupon adjourned.
Messrs. J. W. Akers, W. E. Dame, W. E.
Griffin and others are arranging to leave
on Thursday for an antelope chase in the
Cbilili region.
Torches to the number of 500, to be
used in the church parade in honor of
Cardinal Gibbons one week from to-night,
came to hand from St. Lonis this morn
ing. Major Henry Inman, of Topeka, Kas.,
who was an editorial writer on the Optic
in the '80s, is about ready to send to press
his "Old Santa Fe Trail; the Story of a
Great Highway."
Hon. Sol. 8piegelberg, oounty collector
of taxes, takes pleasure in notifying the
people through the medium of the New
Mexican that he has received from the
assessor the tax rolls for 1895 and is now
prepared to write receipts for all comers
on acconnt of taxes for this year.
The weekly prayer meeting in connec
tion with the Presbyterian church will be
held for the present at the mission house
until the church bnilding is lighted with
eleotrioity, which will be done without
any nndne delay.
Joseph Tedaldi and family, of Salt
Lake, have arrived here to make their
home. They appear to be thrifty people.
Mr. Tedaldi has leased the Delgado store
room, formerly ooonpied by Weltmer,
where he will open a frnit store and pos
sibly a restaurant.
Bert Easley and .a surveying party,
whioh includes Tom Goodwin and the
mountaineer, Joe Blonger, left to-day for
a three weeks' trip to the Fiouris and
Las Trnchas regions in Taos county.
They go on government survey work, but
for fear of encountering a bear Tom
Goodwin took his rifle.
Hon. B. 8. Rodey is np from Albuquer
que on supreme court dnty.
Mr. J. R. Rivera, merohant at Thorn
ton, is buying goods in town to-day.
Mr. R. E. Twitohell returned last night
from Albuquerque. He reports a large
attendance at the Masonic meeting.
D.T.White, Las Vegas; H. B. Hamil
ton, Socorro; Bernard 8. Rodey, Albu
querque; W. B. Foster, San Francisco, are
at the Palace.
Hon. W. B. Ohilders was among the ar
rivals from the south laBt night. He
says the new Masonio hall at Albuquer
que was dedicated yesterday with im
posing ceremonies. The grand lodge
gets down to business to-day and the
many visitors will be banqueted to-night
by the local Masons.
Works wonders in cur
ing torturing, disfigur
ing diseases of the skin,
6calp, and blood, and es
pecially baby humours.
Cirnrtr Rmtmn ir ioM throughout tbtjrorlS.
iriliih itrpoli r". McwmtHf Bona, l.-nili;ii. PnTE
ijii-d it cam. cot?.. tw- ir,r.: , r nt i . J
Hon. Henry L. Waldo, the capable and
serene solicitor for the A., T. A, 8. F., re
turned to Santa Fe last night after a long
absence at Chicago, Kansas City and To-
pek:w Judge Waldo thinks the outlook
for the road for the next year is extrema
ly enconraging.
Assessment Kolls for 1895 Submitted
and Approved Total Valuation
Reduction of the Levy as Com
pared with 1894 Ac
counts Audited.
The oounty commissioners met at 2
o'clock yesterday afternoon. Chairman
Dud row presided, Commissioners Rogers
and Lujan were present and Clerk Hill
officiated at the desk.
The petition of the residents of Pojoa
que for the establishment of a pubic road
to Nambe pueblo was granted.
The tax rolls for 1895 were submitted
by the assessor, examined and ap
proved. The total valuation of property in the
connty is $2,152,392.
The valuation af property within the
corporate limits of the city of Santa Fe
is fixed at $981,175 for 1895. The total
assessed valuation of the oounty is over
$10C,000 le6s than in 189.
The following is a list of the taxes le
vied for 1895:
For territorial purposes.. ....$12,014 85
For territorial institutions 8, Kit) 58
For cattle indemnity fund 6 42
For school fund 5,379 65
General oounty fund 6,457 17
Court fund.;' 12,014 35
Interest on bonds, MS2-84-85 4,304 81
Interest on bonds, M 29 18
Interest on bonds, 1891-92 9,68r 48
Interest on bonds, 1893 2li9 18
Hood tux 1,071) 39
Judgments. 1893-94 3.229 00
City of Santa Fe ,. . 8,830 58
City of Santa Fe, school 4,905 85
Town of Cerrillos.
635 84
School district, No. 1
School district, No. 8
School district, No. 4
School district, No. 7
School district, No. 9
School district, No. 14
School district, No. 15
5 10
199 89
319 16
551) 15
21 62
10 21
Grand total $75,657 35
The total taxes levied in the oounty for
1894 waB $95,661.90. The reduction of
nearly $20,000 is chiefly owing to the fact
that the board deoided to make no levy
this year for the payment of interest on
certain railroad bonds.
The following, offered by Commissioner
Rogers, was unanimously adopted:
Whereas, Francisoo Gonzales y Baca
has this day turned over the tax rolls of
Santa Fe oounty for the year 1895, and
the Bame having been approved by said
board; be it
Resolved, That the oounty treasurer of
said Santa Fe county be ordered to retain
the amount of i per cent of all taxes and
licenses collected by the collector of said
county Tor tne year ls5, and that no
warrant shall be drawn by him npon said
money except for the payment of said
assessor's commission.
The oounty olerk was instructed to ad
dress a letter to the connoil of the city of
Santa Fe, asking for a list of the names
of all oity prisoners oonflned in the
oounty jail nnder the city's contract with
the sheriff.
The following accounts were audited
and approved: W. if. Cunningham, eher
iff, $281.50; Juan Antonio Valdez, jailer,
$50; Jose Amado Martinez, jailer, $50;
Cayetano A. Garcia, jailer, $60; A. P. Hill,
olerk, $53.25; Patrooinio Lopez, janitor,
$10; H. B. Oartwright, treasurer, $75;
Cosmo Herrera, sohool superintendent,
$265.35; Franoisco Anaya, constable, $1;
Tomas Smith, justice, $6.50; Patricio
Sandoval, constable, $46.50; Jose Ma.
Garoia, justice, $67.75; Apolonio Chavez,
probate judge, $150.
John MoCullough Havana cigars at
uoiorado saloon.
VtoT ton's 81 arrow Escape.
Col. R. E.Crofton, commandant of Fort
Sheridan, near Chicago, and well known
throughout the west as formerly com
mandant at Fort Stanton, New Mexioo,
and Fort Lewis, Colorado, was shot and
wounded Thursday afternoon at Fort
Sheridan by First Lient. S. 8. Pragne,
company F, 15th infantry. At 4 o'olook
while the colonel was reviewing the dress
parade, Lieut. Prague, who had been con
fined in the hospital, came npon the
grounds and deliberately fired three shots
at his superior officer. The first shot
went wide of its mark, the Beoond went
through the colonel's coat and the third
grazed his abdomen.
Prague would have fired again had not
the colonel jumped from his horse and
grappled w ith him. Lient. Prague had been
drinking and was practically a maniac
Being so mnoh younger and stronger than
Col. Crofton, the latter was no match for
him and was thrown to the gronnd before
Lient. W. H. Plow and others rushed to
his resoue and disarmed the wonld-be
murderer. As soon as Lient. Prague was
subdued an ambulance was called to re
move the wonnded colonel, and Prague
himself was escorted to the guard house,
where he is now being olosely watched.
Why the young lieutenant should have
attempted to take the life of his colonel
seems to be something of a mystery,
though it is known that he is hardly re
sponsible for his aotioas. Mr. Prague is
addioted to drink, and has on two oc
casions been an inmate of the asylum for
drunkards at Dwight.
Mrs. Bush has fitted np the Lehman
Spiegelberg house with comfortable sit
ting and dining rooms and resumed
keeping boarders. She will give single
meals or take boarders by the day, week
or month. For terms apply to Mrs. M.
Bush, Santa Fe, N. M.
For Hale at a Bargain.
Good No. 1 first-olass bar and fixtures,
ice-ohest, and one good combination bil
liard and pool table, for sale cheap for
cash. Apply at Exchange office.
Disposition of Cases in U. S. Conrt of
Private Land Claims Brief Ses
sion of Supreme Court.
In the United States conrt of private
land claims, this forenoon, an appeal was
granted to the supreme court in the mat
ter of the Felipe Tafoya grant, rejeoted
at the last term.
The oonrt took the matter of the np
oroval of the survey of the Juan Lobato
grant nnder advisement.
The Kancho del (Juino Tejano grant
oase was submitted on briefs by Mr. J.
H. Knaebel for petitioner and Mr. 8.
Burkhart for the TJuited States.
The supreme conrt met at 10 o'olook
this morning with Chief Justice Smith
presiding and Assooiate Justices Hamil
ton, Bants and Langhlin present. As the
nnnrt rnflm was nnaomfortablv cold, a re-
oess was ordered until 2 p, m. Mean
while arrangements nave oeen mane to
warm the room.
The New A., T. & S. V. Train Service
A Fine New Flyer Over
Mountain and Plain.
Beginning October 29 the Santa Fe
route will inaugurate a new fast limited
passenger service between Chicago and
southern California. It will leave Chi
cago daily at 6 p. m., and Los Angeles
daily at 8 p. m. Westward the speed of
these flyers will average forty miles an
hour. From Chicago to Los Angeles
the trit will consume three days, whioh
is faster by half a day tnan
ever before
accomplished by any
This train will bring passengers from
Chicago to Santa Fe in forty and one
half honrs, and from Los Angeles to San
ta Fe in thirty-eight and one-half hours,
passengers from both trains meeting the
branch train at Lamy and reaohing here
at 10:30 a.m.
The equipment of the California Limit
ed will be new and luxurious. It will
consist of a reolining ohair car, two Pull
man palBoe sleepers, dining oar, baggage
and express, vestibuled throughont and
running solid from Chioago to Los An
geles, and once a week a Pullman com
partment sleeper will be added.
Only first-class tiokets will be honored,
and no passes "go."
A IMtrerent Policy Wanted.
If bnilding lots on Dou Caspar avenue
between the capitol grounds and Ramona
sohool could be had at anything akin to
a reasonable price, the New Mkxioan is
assured by three or fonr homeless citizens
that they would pnrohase and bnild resi
dences thereon costing from $2,000 to
$5,000. Bnt the trouble is that the own
ers and agents of this property are most
unreasonable in their demands. They
overlook the faot that half a dozen dwell
ings of the value and style contemplated
would more than double the market price
of their adjacent holdings. It is this
narrow, niggardly policy that prevents
the modern building up of Santa Fe.
The lirent Church Kvent.
At a meeting of ' the Diocesan associa
tion, on Saturday evening, the following
oommittees on accommodations was ap
pointed: In ward No. 1, Fernando Delgado and
Geerge A. Johnson; ward No. 2, Antonio
Ortiz y Salazar, B. M. Read and Lnis Ta
foya; ward No. 8, James Conklin and Al
berto Garcia; ward No. 4, Larkin G. Read,
Alfredo Hinojos and Pablo Martinez.
All persons having lodging accommo
dations are requested to report the same
to the committee or any member thereof,
as there will be great crowds coming
from the !5th to the 17th, and every effort
shonld be made to accommodate them
A meeting of the grand marshal and his
aides will be held to morrow at 1:30 p. m.
at the offioe of Mr. Larkin G. Reed, where
business of importance will be transact
ed. All aides are requested to attend
without fail.
Hon. A. L. Morrison, president, and
Mr. George A. Johnson, secretary, have
sent ont invitations to the mayor and
oity connoil, the adjutant general and
local militia, federal aud territorial offi
cials, the schools, fire oompanies and the
bicycle olnb, to participate in the proces
sion on the night of the 15th.
The World's Fair Tests
showed no baking powder
so pure or so great ia leav
enlng power as the Royak
Tinware, Hardware, Stoves,
I have a full line of Picture Frame
and Mouldings and in fact everything
in tbe 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. 1
repair all kinds of furniture, sewing
machines and musical instruments.
Remake matresses and all kinds of
Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Designated Depositary
R. J. Palen -J.
H. Vaughn
Sterling spoket don't break, Sterling frames never buckle,
Sterling sprocket quickly oanged, Sterling benrlngs run true,
Sterling cranks can't work loose, Sterling rldera never change mounts,
Hterlfiig forks are strongest. Sterling wheels win the race.
Sterling agente wanted in .every town In New Mexico and Arliona.
Beat of reference required. "We carry the stock no wait here."
The Sterling agency is a money-maker.
Jobbers of Bioycle and Sundries,
16 18 N. Seoond Ave.. Phoenix, Aria.
Highest Honors World' Fair.
A cure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant
The Hood-Jones Marriage.
The marriage of Miss Donizetta A
Jones to Mr. James Edward Wood was
the occasion of a happy gathering at the
home of the bride's mother, Mrs. J. E.
Jones, last evening. The borne was
beautifully decorated with chrysanthe
mums and other fall flowers, yellow, the
favorite oolor of the bride, being the pre
dominant hue. Quite a nnmber were
present to witness the happy event. The
oeremony oconrred at 8 o'olook and was
impressively performed by Rev. F. T.
Bennett. The bride was attractively at'
tired in a handsome traveling suit which
emphasized the brunette beanty whioh is
so conspicuously hers. The ceremony
was unique, in that the bride was given
away by her grandmother, Mrs. Merrill,
of Iowa. The latter's youthful counte
nance and the entire laok of the gray
hairs that are associated with grand
I parents was a happy augury of the long
life of the contracting parties. Alter tne
oeremony a sumptuous wedding sapper
was partaken of by those present and
thereupon the happy pair left for the Las
Vegas hot springs for a stay of a week or
ten days. Upon their return they will be
at home to their friends at the residence
of the bride's mother. The bride has
lived in Santa Fe for several years and
possesses to a marked degree those
qnalitiea whioh make friends and hold
them. Mr. Wood is oonneoted with the
railway mail service and is a yonng man
of integrity, popularity and snooess. A
profusion of handsome presents on the
occasion of their marriage evidenced the
high esteem in which they are held alike
by friends in oanta r e and those at a dis
tance. Disordered Blood.
"I have been suffering from disordered
blood whioh caused sores to break ont all
over me. I tried different remedies with'
out benefit and then purchased Hood's
Sarsaparilla. I have taken them and I
am now entirely cured." Ernest Grein-
ert, Roswell, N. M.
Hood's Pills cure biliousness.
Honieseekersi' Excursion.
A second series of homeseekers' excur
sions have been arranged for, and all
agents east of the Missonri river will sell
tickets at one fare for the round trip to
all points in Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado,
Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Louisiana,
New Mexioo, Oklahoma, North, and South
Dakota, Texas, Wyoming and Utah, dates
of sale Ootober 8 and 22, 1895. Return
dates will be Ootober 11, 15, 18, 22, 25, 29
and November 1, 5, 8 or 12, 1895. For
particulars call on agents of the "Santa
Fe Route."
Geo. T. Nicholson, H. 8. Ltjiz,
G. P. A. Chicago. Agent, Santa Fe.
FreBh eggs and poultry at all times.
Glorieta poultry farm. Telephone No.
39. W. H. EniiLEB, Manager.
Milk Punoh 10 ots a glass at the Colo
rado saloon.
Dealer In
Highest Cash Prices Paid for Second
Hand Uoods.
of the United States
SANTA pe. nsr. IM".
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Office and Warehouse Lower 'Frisco St.
Oanta Fe, - New Mexico
Imported and Domestic
Our Conf eotions are Always Fresh.
Ail principal line being bought direct from manufacturers in
carload lots, we are enabled to make the lowest prices
to close buyers.
Oliver & Imboden Company, Patent Imperial Flour.
Mosca Milling & Elevator Company, Homestead and Jewel Flour.
J. W. Brown & Co., Sew Drop Brand Canned Fruit, Fish and Vegetables.
Chase & Sanborn, Fine Coffees and Teas.
t&"Goods for campers and out of town customers carefully packed
without extra charge. Kail orders solicited.
loots, Shoes &
Leather Findings.
Oole Agent forth Dim & Packard Oho.
8anta Fef - tow Cdxico.
BiiwiBS ahd
Santa Fe Lager Beer.
Palace Avenue, - Santa Fe N. M.
This winter balls will olaim their usual
place on tbe sohedule and ladies mnst be
ready for them. Suoh preparations in
volve liberal selections from onr stock of
jewelry. We shine and sparkle with a
brilliancy that eolipses everything. Like
the belle of the ball we are beyond rival
ry. All the taking novelties of the sea
son are here. We exemplify fashion in
it 8 highest sense. There is more to ses
in our display than we oan tell. Jnst
bring yonr eyes and see for y oar Bel f.
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