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Ibe Daily New Mexican
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 12.
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METEROLOGICAL,
0. S. Department of Aqrioultubi.
Wsatukk Bureau Office of Observer
RVER (
11.1895.)
Santa Fe, Itovember
Sells 8 2: t S;
' 2 38 ? f p-a -
6:00a.m. 2:1 31 23 60 SE 4 Clear
8 :00p. m, 23 :0 12 54 i S 11 Clear
Maximum Temperature 50
Minimum TemnArature 23
T Jtal Precipitation 0.CJ
a. rj. ufiHBsy, uoserver,
SIMMONSX
IT
Are you taking Simmons Liver Reg
ulator, the "King of Livbb 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,
ar-d everyone should take only Sim
ir.ona Liver Regulator.
Be sure you get it. The Red '
jj n the wrapper. J. H. Zeiliu 5
? Philadelphia.
EXGHANGE HOTEL
J. T. FORSHA, Prop.
MB Per Da;
Located In tlie RhhI-
. neNHH portion of city.
1 Its. B. lA.nun t lln.n
Special rates by the week or raontt
for table board, with or without
rooia.
Clothing Mad to Order
SOL. SPIECrELBERGr,
CLOTHIER.
Carry a full and select line of IIATB,
CAPS, UI OVIIS, etc., and every
thine found in a first-class wtabUih-
meut.
HENRY KRIOK.
SOLE AOENT FOB
Lemp's St. Louis Beer.
A Mi KIMtMOK MINERAL WATER
The trade supplied from one bottle to a
carload. Mail orders promptly
filled
GUADALUPE ST. - SANTA FE
SOCIETIES.
A. I. A A. M.
Monteznma Lodge, Mo. 1, meets on the
first Monday evening of each month at
7:30 o'clock, in the Masonic hall, in the
Kahn blook, San Franoiseo St. Visiting
brethren are fraternally invited.
W. S. Habbodn, W. M.
F. 8. Davis, Beo.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Coronado Camp No. 8, Woodmen of the
World, meets on the second Thursday
evtning of each month at 8 o'clock, in
Aitlan hall, I. O.O. F. Visiting sovereigns
are fraternally invited.
J. B. Beady, Consul Oomdr.
J. B. HiiOAH, Clerk.
Vine MeBrayer whisky at Colorado sa
loon. , . , , .
Yon ean get engraved visiting oards at
the Naw ICmoia, or have them printed
(rem yoor plate if yon have ope.
VREGULATtfjy
GENTS
FURNISHER
HEALTH-SEEKERS' HOME
The Paquiu-Ciosson Sanitarium San
ta Fe Made the Distributing Depot
for the New Consumption
Treatment.
Dr. Francis Crossou has converted the
Claire hotel into a modern health resort,
and agreeable to a suggestion received
by letter to-day from Dr. Paul Paquin,
of St. Louis, the discoverer of Paquin's
anti-tubercular serum treatment for con
sumptives, he has selected as its title
"the Paquin-Crosson Sanitarium." Dr.
Paquiu has been eminently successful in
his treatment of diseases of the throat
and lungs; he has a large, well equipped
and widely celebrated sanitarium at St.
Louis, and as he suggests, the use of his
name and methods of treatment in con
nection with this new venture at Santa
Fe will enable him to aot authoritatively
in sending patients to this institution.
Dr. Faquin also writes that he has just
purchased the interest of his associates
in the proprietary rights of the serum
and will soon have his affairs in such
shape as will enable him to decide defin
itely on plans looking to the establish
ment of a large sanitarium at or near
Santa Fe. In the meantime the Paqnin
Crosson sanitarium is to serve as the
headquarters in' the southwest for the
distribution of the anti-tubercular serum.
Dr. Crosson has now under his treat
ment six patients and another, Mr. Fsank
Shaw, will arrive from Denver, to enter
upon this method of treatment. For sev
eral days past Dr. Crosson has been en
gaged in sending out thousands of circu
lars announcing to the medioal profes
sion of the country the advantages of
sending patients to Santa Fe. On yes
terday 800 circulars were mailed to as
many physicians in the state of Minne
sota. This systematic effort at making
known to leading physicians throughout
the land the superior advantages of Satita
Fe's climate, together with the announce
ment that ample modern accommoda
tions are at hand for. their comfort and
treatment, can not but result in widely
advertising this city and removing to a
large extent the dense ignorance which
physicians generally as well aa the laity
have on a subject of such paramount im
portanoe to thonsands of suffering Im
manity,
Itlo Arriba Court.
Mr. B. M. Read has returned from
Tierra Amarilla, where he has been on
business before the distriot oonrt. He
says Judge Laughlin is energetically
pushing matters, working the oourt about
sixteen hours a day and hearing four or
five cases daily. Several oonviotions
have been had. The case of Pedre jf a-
dilla, charged with the murder of old
man Vipond, near the Cochiti district,
was called for trial on Friday. Witnesses
for the defense were not on hand and the
sheriff was sent post haste to bring them
from Nacimiento, he being instructed by
the court to hit the trail hard and fast
and change horses as often as necessary
in order to place the witnesses in the
oourt room as quickly as possible. Mr,
Read says that oourt will continue in
session nntil about the middle of next
week.
4ood Apples Scarce.
The following from the editorial col
nmns of the New York San, of October
20, will prove interesting to the planters
of apple orchards:
"The three or four consignments of
Amerioan apples reoently - sold to the
London market have sold more readily
and brought better prices than the Cali
fornia peaches, pears and other fruits
which were shipped to England in . July,
August and September.' It is good news
for Amerioan apple raisers. The New
York market has for some weeks been
supplied with apples that no Amerioan
citizen ought to be asked to eat, either
raw Or cooked. It is discreditable to
Amerioan fruit growers that we have had
so much inferior fruit here this year. We
have notioed that Oregon is boaBting
loudly of its fruits, more particularly of
its apples. Have these Oregonians ever
heard of New York or the million people
here who want first-grade American
apples?"
ROUND ABOUT TOWN.
The suit of A. Staab vs. A. Gosdorf has
been set for trial at Lbs Vegas on Tues
day next.
All citizens are invited to meet with the
Board of Trado at 7:80to-night. Matters
of moment will be disonssed.
Another fine line of new goods just re
ceived at Miss Mugler's millinery store at
the southeast corner of the plaza.
Manager Sparks yesterday started out
a force of men putting up the new direct
telephone line between this oity and Cer
rillos. A number of sooially inclined young
men met at Firemen's hall last night and
organized the Cresoent Social club. It is
the intention of the club to give two
dances a month during the winter.
Manager Comiskey and his Indian
apolis base ball team, the champions of
the Western Association, telegraphed here
for dates on their way east. The local
team has taken the proposition under ad
visement. Messrs. S. Spitz, Marcos Eldodt and A.
Kahn have completed their task of taking
an ; inventory of stock in the store of
Benedict Kahn, and Mr. A. Iabn left this
morning for his home at Wenonu, 111.
For the present the store will remain in
charge of Capt. Henry M, Davis.
J. A. Peralta-Reavis is busily engaged
in preparing the transcript of reoord
necessary for taking the famous Peralta
Have
YOU
Tried
the great
SKIN CURE?
Itseures of torturing, disfiguring, humili
ating humors are the most wonderful aver
recorded.
SoM throughout the world. Britiih aVpot: Nsw
Msv, i, King Edward. tl., London. Pottm Druo
m Chml Coir., Sale Prop.., boston, U S A.
(ffiflcuro
grant case np to the U. S. supreme court.
He has sixty days from October 21 In
which to prepare and file the transcript.
It will consist of about 2,000 type-written
pages.
Mr. Eusebio Chacon, late of Trinidad,
and son-in-law of Hon. Casimero Barela,
has opened an office in the Spiegelberg
blook, second floor, and will enter upon
the practice of law here. He is a bril
liant and able young man and will un
doubtedly reap rich honors in his high
profession. Mr. Chacon is a graduate of
the law department of the Notre Dame
institute, and has been admitted to prac
tice in all the courts of Indiana, Colorado
and New Mexioo. SucoeBS attend him.
CAPITOL REBUILDERS.
Proceeding of a Business-Like Ses
sion Yesterday Afternoon Plans
for the Structure Adopted.
The New Mexico capitol rebuilding
board was in session at the Board of
Trade rooms all yesterday afternoon.
There were present Messrs. Manzacares,
Luna, Hopewell and Staab; Absent, Mr.
Pope. Much routine business reoeived
attention. Mr. I. H. Rapp, superintend
ent of construction, was authorized to
purchase tools, wheelbarrows, etc., to the
extent of $40, and he and Secretary Staab
were authorized to get prices on a stone
saw.
The work now in progress is paid for
out of the fnnds raised by subscription
from oitizens of Santa Fe, and ft resolu
tion was passed providing that no debts
were to be contracted unless the money
was on hand to promptly pay same.
The superintendent stated that the
grounds were now in shape for employing
twenty-five men and be hoped to have the
old walls down and the debris all removed
in two weeks.
The plans for the building wore ordered
to be modified to agree with suggestions
and oriticisms filed by many oitizens and
several local builders, and were then
adopted. Specifications and working
plans in compliance with the modified
plans will be prepared at onoe.
A resolution was passed suggesting
that the board of penitentiary commis
sionera and Supl. Bergtnann hold a joint
meeting with the capitol board at an early
date for the purpose of discussing mat'
ters of interest to both and the territory
in general, and adjournment was taken
to such time as the penitentiary board
next assembles.
Perns Comnauy Changes.
Some weeks ago the resignations of
C. C. Blodgett, general manager of the
Pecos Irrigation A Improvement com
pany, and W. A. Hawkins, general attor
ney of the corporation and the Pecos
Valley Railway company were sent to the
Colorado office. The resignations were
held in abeyance and no offioial an
nouncement was made. The matter has
been finally settled, however, by an ac
ceptance of the resignations, to relieve
the officials at an early date, at their re
quest.
The connection of these gentlemeu
with the work of the Pecos oompanies is
too well known and generally appreciated
by the pub ha to make commendation
necessary. Both the oompany and the
people generally regret that the relations
have been ended.
For the present the gentlemen do not
announce their intentions as to other
business ventures.
Mr. Blodgett will leave Eddy in a few
days, Mr. Percy Hagerman, treasurer,
having come down to aot as general man
ager for the present. Mr. Hawkins will
remain in office several weeks longer,
pending the arrival of his successor, Mr.
A. C. Campbell, of Denver.
The name of the party who will per
manently fill the general manager's posi
tion is unknown here.
There will also be a change in the man
agement of the Argus on December 1,
owing to the resignation of J. M. Haw
kins. It is not determined who will fill
the vaoanoy. Eddy a.rgus.
PERSONAL.
Mr. Abe Spiegelberg is absent in Colo
rado on a business trip.
County Commissioner W. C. Rogers
came np from Cerrillos on the noon
train.
Mr.rand Mrs. H. J. Loomis depart to
night for a two weeks' trip to Corydon,
Iowa.
Hon. T. B. Catron returned from Rio
Arriba county on Satnrday evening and
went over to Las Vegas on Sunday.
Distriot Attorney Hemingway and Hon.
E. A. Fiske left last night for Las Vegas
to attend court.
Hon. J. H. Walker and wife have re
turned from a visit to Raton. Master
ForeBt Remsberg acoompanied them.
Messrs. R. M. Williams, superintendent
of bridges, and Dan Elliott, road master
on the A., T. A S. F., both of Las Vegas,
were visitors at the capital yesterday.
Hon. J. Rowe Young, formerly of Ken-
tuoky and now the effloient and trusty
agent for the Pima Indians, is in the oity
on a brief visit to Col. Jones at the U. S.
Indian sehool. '
At the Palace: S. Burkhart, Albuquer
que; John C. Harrington and wife, Chioa
go; William French, Silver City; Will M.
Carter, St. Louis; Joe Cohn, Fort Worth.
Miss Franz has returned from Ariaona
and will spend the winter here with her
sister, Mrs. Fiske. She regards this cli
mate as far more beneficial than that of
Arizona from the standpoint of a health-
seeker.
Mr. Manuel Valdez is expeoted home
from Rio Arriba county this evening,
and to-morrow wilt resume his old plaoe
in the olothingstore of Capt. Spiegelberg.
Mrs. C. A. Spiess is on a visit to friends
in Las Vegas.
Prof. Harry King and young Mr. Lamo
reux left last night for Albuqnerque,
where they will spend the day and thence
depart for Washington. They say tbey
have been royally entertained dnring their
visit to New Mexico.
A telegram yesterday from Whitelaw
Reid to a friend in this oity states that he
has been compelled to postpone his de
parture for Arizona for about a week, bat
will leave near November II to spend the
winter in Phosniz. He will be kindly re
ceived here by alt the people irrespective
of party. 1 The distinguished gentleman
is one of the leaders of thought in the
present Bge. Phoenix Gazette.
THE COUNTY SCHOOLS.
Condition of the Public Schools of
Santa Fe County Schools in All
But Two Districts Balances
on Hand.
Mr. Oosme Herrera, the capable and
vigilant superintendent of county sohools,
reoently returned to Santa Fe from an
offioial visit to the several school distriots
in the county, and he reports that the
outlook for the pnblio sohools of the
county is brighter than nsual. Sohools
are in session in all the diBtriots exoept
Golden and Gallego with competent
teachers and a good attendance of chil
dren. The BChools at Cerrillos, Madrid,
Galisteo, Espauola and Santa Cruz are
in an especially prosperous condition.
The following are the cash balances on
hand in the several distriots after the pay
ment of all ontstanding indebtedness:
Pojoaqoe Distriot No.l, $123.16; dis
triot No. 15, $165.13; distriot No. 16,
$19.72; Rio Tesnqne, $29.31; Santa Fe
(outside of city) District No. 3, $210.17;
distriot No. 4, $89.02; Agua Fria, $147.02;
Cienega, $64.65; Cerrillos, $711.77; Galis
teo, $307.28; Ooloradito, $46.68; San Ilde
fonso, $115.22; Dolores, $148.49; Golden,
20 cents; San Pedro, $175.36; Lamy,
$24.81; Canonoito, $58.16; Cow Springs,
$59.74; Glorieta, $97.43; Chimayo, $82.16;
Santa Cruz, $211.60; Espanola, $385.41;
San Antonio, near Agua Fria, $103.48;
Mclinley, $55.91; Madrid, $420.40; Gal
lego, in debt 99 cents.
The following are the apportionments
of oounty school money placed to the
credit of the sohools of this oity sinoe
January 1, 1895: 1st ward, $340.56; 2d
ward, $514.89; 3rd ward, $2,28.35; 4th
ward, $235.73.
The next apportionment of school
money will be made on January 1, 1896,
at which time the cash resouroes of both
the oity and oounty schools will be so
materially inoreased that in several dis
triots spring and summer terms oan be
held. All of which is very gratifying to
all sinoere well wishers of the oounty.
NEW MEXICO NEWS.
Mrs. M. J. Borden, the noted temper
anoe worker, leotnred at the Methodist
church in Cerrillos.
Capt. L. C. Fort will ereot n $2,000 resi
dence near Hill Site park, in Brother Lay-
ton's neighborhood, Las Vegas.
It is estimated that 300,000 sheep have
been Bhipped from central and northern
New Mexioo during the past sixty days.
The plasterers employed by the Santa
Fe oompany on the mud bath house, Las
Vegas hot springs, have gone down to
Lamy to do some work needed at that
point.
The masquerade ball to be given by
the Daughters of Rebekah next Friday
evening promises to bo one of the great
est entertainments ever given in Silver
City.
Two trains, of thirty oars, were loaded
with sheep at Las Vegas yesterday. Of
these, twenty oars were for the Long
Brothers, and destined for Chicago, three
cars were for A. G. Buck, and three for C
J. Robbins, Kansas City.
There are big pumpkins enough lying
in Pecos valley fields to supply every
table in the United States with pumpkin
pie on Thanksgiving day. Bat the fine
hogs of . the farmers will get them this
year.
. Roswell is to have a hanging. The
Mexioan who killed Van Winkle, a oattle
man who lived in the north end of the
oounty, has been convicted. The jury
returned the verdiot in a few minutes
after retiring.
Superintendent Bartlett states that both
of the irrigation lakes are praotioaiiy full.
In faot, Lake McMillan is wasting and
Lake Eddy only laoks six inches of be
ing at the waste point. The rain of last
week made only a perceptible rise in the
Pecos. The lakes have been practically
fall all of the year. isddy Argus.
John MoOullough Havana cigars at
Colorado saloon.
DAVID 8. LOWITZKI.
Dealer in
FURNITURE AND QUEENSWARE
NEW AND SECOND HAND.
Highest Cash Prices Paid for Second
Han4 Goods.
GOODS SOLD ON SMALL COMMISSION ON
EASY PAYMENTS ...
ANTONIO WINDSOR.
Architect & Contractor
Close Figurine,
Modern Methods,
Skilled Ueohanios
Plana and speeiloatlons furnishes
on application. Correspondence so
licited. Santa Fe, N. M.
Awarded
Highest Honors Worlds Pair.
DRV
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
Irom Ammonia, Alum or any omerauuueraui,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Superintendent Hurley at Work.
Anent the question of a doable fore
noon train servioe on the A., T. & S. F.
road, whioh is designed to obviate the
delay of nearly three hours at Lamy
junotion, Local Agent Lntz informs the
New Mexican that he is in receipt of a
letter from Superintendent Hurley say
incr he had promptly taken np the sug
gested ohange with the higher offloials of
the road and that the matter is now
pending before them. The New Mexican
is gratified to learn of this, and hopes, in
the interest of all oonoerned, that the
ohange so mnch desired and expeoted by
our citizens will soon be made. With
such a ohange the A., T. & S. F. passenger
and tram servioe would be well men per
fect, but without such a ohange it would
look very muoh like unjust discrimina
tion against the capital oity. It is hoped
Superintendent Hurley will continue to
use bis best etforts in our oenau.
Valuable for Headache.
"I am pleased with the Paper Dolls,
whioh were sent for one trade-mark from
Hood's Pills and 10 cents in stamps. We
have used Hood's Pills and fonud them a
valuable remedy for siot headache."
Catalina Duro, East Las Vegas, W. M.
Hood's Pills care biliousness, indiges
tion. The World's Fair Tests
Showed no baking powder
to pure or so great la leav
enlog power as the RoyaL
Milk Punoh 10 ots a glass at the Colo
rado aaloon. -
For Bent.
Famished rooms for hoase-keeping,
Inquire of Miss Magler.
Mrs. Bush has Atted np the Lehman
Spiegelberg noose 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
Bosh, Santa Fe, N. M.
JRedneed Katea to California. "v
$56.90 via the "Santa Fe Route" to Los
Angeles and San Diego, $66.90 to San
Francisco and return; tiokets good for
return passage six months from date of
sale, allowing stop-overs at any interme
diate points. For particulars call on or
address agents of the Santa Fe Route.
H. S. Luiz, Agent,
Santa Fe, N. M.
Geo. T. Nicholson, G. P. A.,
Chicago, 111.
It's just 8B easy to try One Minute
Cough Cure as anything else. . It's easier
to cure a severe cough or oold with it.
Let your next purchase for a ooagh be
One Minute Congh Cure. Better medicine;
better results; better try it. Newton's
drag store.
3STJH3W
HAMMOND TYPEWRITER
fob salb at
NEW MEXICAN OFFICE.
Job Printing.
For Stock Brokers, Mines, Bank, In.
surance, Companies, Real Estate, Busi
ness etc. Men, Particular attention
given to Descriptive Pamphlets of Min
.ng Properties. We make specialty of
'-- i . "; '' f' ' '. ' ''
LOW PRICES,
SHORT NOTICE,
FINE WORK,
PROMPT EXECUTION
Stock Certificates
Bill Heads of every description and
small Job promptly executed with ear
and dispatch. Estimates given. Work
Ruled to order. We dm the,
FINEST STANDABD PAPERS
THE NEW MEXICAN
S. SPITZ, The
SA.2STT.A- IF IE. 1ST.
, They are papa's, and all right for him,
bat all wrong for the little girl. When
speotaoles are necessary, they are very
neoessary, but nothing can be worse than
speotaoleB that do not fit the eyes, as they
fail to Bupply a want that must be met
fnlly to save the sight from iniury. Speo
taoles can't be bought off band. It needs
the aid of an optician to assure the selec
tion of a properly fitted glass. We make
a speeialty of ocular examinations, for
which we charge nothing. Our prices
for optical goods are the lowest iu town.
(HOT SIFIRIILTGrS.)
I in: i i ir '
hi! i-ii-r
THESE Celebrated Hot Springs are located in the midst of the Ancient
Cliff Dwellers, twenty-five miles west of Taos, and fifty miles north of
Santa Fe, and about twelve miles from Barranca Station on the Denver
& Bio Grande Railway, from which point a daily line of stages run to the
.Springs. The temperature of these waters is from 90 o to 122 o . The gases
are carbonic. Altitude 6,000 feet. Climate very dry and delightful the year
round. There is now a commmodlous hotel for the convenience ot In
valids and tourists. These waters contain 1680.34 eralns of alkaline salts
to the gullon; being the richest Alkaline Hot Springs in the world. The
efficacy of these waters has been thoroughly tested by the miraclons cures
attested to in the following diseases: Paralysis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Consumption, Malaria, Bright's Disease of the Kidneys, Syphilitic and
juercminr Arrections, .-wroiuia, v;atarrn, lm urinpe, ail f emale com
plaints, etc.. etc. Board, Lodging and Bathing, $2.50 per day. Reduced
rates given by the month. For further particular address
ANTONIO JOSEPH, Prop.,
Ojo Caliente, Taoa County, New Mexico.
H. B. CARTWRIGHT & BRO
SPECIALTIES
Granulated Sugar per cwt
Colorado Potatoes " .
Oats
Corn ' .
Bran
Hay
Basket Fired Japan Teaser lb
Condensed Cream, pound can
Catsup, pint bottle
Syrup, gallon can
Macaroni, two 1-lb packages
Vermicelli, two 1-lb packages
Fine quality roasted coffee, 3-lbs 1.00
Good Family Flour, 50 lb sk 1.00
Patent Flour " 1.15
TELEPHONE -4
mAmm S" JL" J..3y '
IMPORTER AND JOBBER.
Oldest and Largest Establishment ia SoithwMt.
Wholesale Dealer in Groceries, Liquors, .
. , Tobacco, Cigars, Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots, Shoes and Hardware.
Santa Fe
STERLING BICYCLES.
A 3001b-Man
Can stand on one spoke of the front wheel of a 311b
Sterling Bioyole. ' .
Why are Sterling spokes so ranch stronger than
others r . a,
Beoanse the Bterling makers pay about $3 a hndred
more for their spokes than other makers, and get
the best. Ths Bterling is a high-grads wheal; many '
others are called so, while in point of faot Tery
'few are.-. -...-- .
Nothing exoept first-grade material enters into the
- construction of the Sterling Bioyole.
WE WANT A LITE AOENT in every town In Aritona, New Mstloo
! and Sonora. "
A. J. FISCHER.
LOCAL AOENT.
Jewelleries-
ZvT.
$5.50
.75
1.00
1.00
1.00
.65
.25
.10
.SO
.50
.25
.25
Novr Itloxioo
pinnnY & noomcorj.
Jobbers of Bioyole and Sundries,
1618 V. feoond Are Phoniz, Aria.
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