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V A FE DAILY NEW MEXIC. VOL.32. SANTA FE, N. M MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1895 NO. 239 SANT AN: Long winter nights are dreary enough nnleBgt.be house is well lighted. The bright rays of a handsome lamp make every member of the household look and . " feel cheerful. If our parlor lamps are not the handsomest in Santa Fe, then we miss oor reckoning. Don't leave it to ns though, bnt settle the matter yourself by personal inspection and comparison. Oar " Miller Lamp at $3.50 is a beanty and a bargain. While you are about it, look at all our lamps. Most likely, yon want something else, and remember if it is a lamp, we have it, the best and cheapest in town. W. H. COEBEL, Catron Block - Santa Fe. CHAS. WAGNER, DEALER IN FURNITURE QUEENSWARE Z have a full line of Picture Frame and Mouldings and in fact everything Birthing in tbe household line. I will furnish you from the parlor to the kitchen on easy payments. I carry the largest stock in the city. I repair all kinds of furniture. FANCY HAVIUHD CHINA, Cut Glass Ware, Cooking Ranges and all the latest novelties m household furnishings. SPECIALTIES CLUB HOUSE CANNED FRUITS CLUB HOUSE CANNED VEGETABLES CLUB HOUSE OLIVE OIL CLUB HOUSE OLIVES CLUB HOUSE -CATSUP CLUB HOUSE ""DEVILED MEATS CLUB HOUSE JAMS EXTRA FANCY FRENCH PEAS ' EXTRA FANCY MUSHROOMS . EXTRA FANCY BULK OLIVES EYTRA FANCY PICLKES EXTRA FANCY MINCEMEAT These goods are the finest to be had in the market. We have just received a large shipment wa'y down. Onr Bread, Pies and Cakes are better TELEPHONE 63. . IPYOVWANT . 1WINELL ABLE TABUSHCO 1645 For sale by I 1 imXiH&3ara S. S.BEATV, DEALKE IN Stajls- MM: WML PRODUCE, TABLE LUXURIES, FLOUR, FEED, LUMBER & GRAIN Knowing what the trade of Santa Fe demand I have selected the best Une of Staple and Fanoy Groceries I eould find. My speoial- . .. , ties are to sell the best goods at a reasonable profit. We. are only competitors with the best goods. The Prioes Tell--The Quality Sells Q-IVH tTS A OA3L.IjI Ucrner JJridse a water uts. TELEPHONE 40. TTAVnUTAm' " TINWARE AND STOVES. In this line I have just received a large invoice for yon to se . leot from. See for yonrself. of fancy goods of all kinds. Prices than ever. MULLER A .WALKER HJ"BTW -BAKE BT ft'resh Bread, Plea and Cakes. EVERY DAY. Anything In this Mne Made to Order. LUMBEB, DOORS, AND WINDOWS. T imiTB , HAJB, 54TB NATIONAL CONGRESS Both Parties in Congress Held Caucus es on Saturday Night and Nomi nated House Officers. BOTH HODSES CALLED TO ORDER AT NOON Czar Reed Chosen Speaker of the House and Other Republican Caucus Nominees Elected Reed's Brief Speech. Washington, Deo. 2. Democratic mem bers of the 51th oongresa met in canons on Saturday afternoon. Culberson, of Texas, was eleoted ohairman of the oao oos to suooeed Holman, of Indiana; Robinson, of Louisiana, and Rusk, of Maryland, were eleoted oanons secretaries. Ex-Speaker Crisp was named for the third term unanimously. Other officers of the 53d oongresa were selected as the Demo cratic elate without opposition. i la . Dominating Crisp, Richardson tonohed upon the future polioy of the party, saying: "Lay aside all new fangled doctrines and continne to battle for the reduction of taxation on the people, give them cheaper clothing and supplies; broaden and make a better market for the pro dnots of the farms and manufactories: re dnoe public expenses; greater simplicity in national affairs; borne rale and na tional self government; ample circulating medium tor trade and oommeroe; sonnd money; gold and silver coinage of the oonstitntion, and Democracy will again be triumphant and the country will be re deemed and regenerated." Crisp responded briefly, expressing his tnanks. The best of feeling prevailed. BIPUBLIOAN CAUCUS, The Republicans of the house of rep resentatives met in oaucus Saturday night and unanimously nominated ex Speaker Thomas B. Reed for speaker of the 64th congress. . Previons to Reed's nomination the cau- eos organized by electing Grosveroor, of Ohio, ohairman of the canons, Ellis, of Oregon, secretary. The following offioers for tne house were nominated by the can ons: Clerk, Alexander MoDowell, of Pennsylvania; sergeant-at-arms, Ben j. F. unseen, of Missouri: doorkeeper, Wm l. Oleen, of New York; postmaster, Jos. 0. Morilroy, of Ohio; oha plain Rev. Fisher, of Kansas. WIB11BN MMH ALIBI. A number of Republican senators in cluding Hanabrough, Pettigrew, Carter, Clark, Mantel, Dubois, Sbonp, Chandler, Gallinger and Prootor held an informal meeting and deoided to advooate an at tempt to reorganize the senate in the can ons to-day. They also pronounced in favor of a distribution of the appropriation bills among the various senate commit tees and also discussed the committee as signments of senators. It was evident the western men wonld stand together to seonre control of the committees which deal especially with western questions. THI SMUTS MUDDLK. The senate that convened to-day is composed of eighty-eight members, al though that number will not be complete until the validity of the alleged election of Mr. Dupond, in Delaware, is passed upon. There will be twenty-nine senators to present themselves for the oath of of fice. Thirteen of these are senators who have been re-elected, and sixteen are new members. After the filling of the long-standing vaoanoies in Washington, Montana and Wyoming last year, the senate stood politically, Republicans, 40; Democrats, 43, and Populists, 6, inolnding Senators Jones and Stewart, of Nevada. The new senate will have 42 Republicans, 88 Dem ocrats and 7 Popnlista, Messrs. Jones and Stewart still being inoluded in the last- named list. If Dupond is seated tbe Ke-. publican vote will be inoreased by one, thus making a total of 48. With the ad mission of two Republican senators from Utah, the total of the Republicans will then be 45, but the whole membership will have been inoreased to 90, and 46 will be oeoessary for a majority. The Republicans will still need the one vote they now laok. It is said that both sen ators Stewart and Jones will return to the Republican fold and insist npon voting with them. If this be true, the Republicans will then have sufficient strength to take possession of the senate in all its branoh- Congress Met at High Noon Promptly at noon to-day the senate and house were called to order amid usual soenes of animation and excitement marking the opening of oongresa. There was an added interest to-day on account of the ohanges involved and the large in flux of new blood. The crowd came through a drizzling rain, mist and mud. By 10:80 o'olock an Hour and a half before the time of the meeting the publio gal leries or both bouses were filled and an eager crowd overflowed into the onter oorridors. BOUSX CALLS S 10 OBDIB BY CLIBX KIBB. At noon Clerk Kerr called the 54th house of representatives to order. The roll of members-eleot was men oauea. Mr. Kerr then announced that 841 of the 856 members were present and that no credentials were received from the 10th New York or the 1st Nevada districts. . Mr. Kerr then called for nominations for speaker. No nominating speeohes were made. "... Mr. Grosvenor. Republican, of Ohio, ohairman of the Republican caucus, plsoed in nomination Thomas B. Reed, of Maine; Mr. Sayres, Democrat, of Texas, nomin ated Chas. F. Crisp, of Georgia, and Mr. Kern, Populist, of Nebraska, plaoed John C. Bell, of Colorado, in nomination. The names of Reed and Crisp were vigorously applaaded. : ;;' MID BXBOTSD BVlAKIB. The result of the vote for speaker was: Reed, 284; Crisp, 95; Bell, 6; Culberson, 1; total, 886. The announcement of Reed's election was greeted with great applause. As Mr. Reed ascended the rostrum, the rosr of spplause was deafening. Above this volume of sonnd earns like pistol shots the eries. "Reed, Reed, Reed." , Mr. Haimer, .'. Republican, of Pennsyl vania, tbe oldest member present, aatnin istered the oath of effioe to the speaker. ' v'' WHAT SPKAKEB USD SAID. Mr. Reed sDoke as follows: "It will not be unbecoming in me, I hope. If I aeknewledge to this assembly that it is very agreeable to me to stand ones more in the plaoe I left four years asro. Of the past, however, I shall not speak, for the past speaks for itself in terms more fitting and appropriate than any words whioh eonld come .from my lips, Mot shall I speak of tbe future, to we are not patting off harness but puting it on. Yet I think . I may venture to say of tbe future, in tbe light of the past, that if we do something whioh for the moment seems inadequate, it may be that time which has justified itself for us on many occasions may do so again. Those who have acted with wisdom heretofore may he fairly expeot ed to aot with wisdom hereafter. I am sorry to say that the pleasure asBO oiated with the honor yon have bestowed on me, an honor which no American citi zen oan fail to appreciate, and for whioh I give thanks, is but for a moment, while the oares and responsibilities extend over many days. So far as the performance of my dnties affects the whole people of the United States, I invoke their Con siderate judgment. So far as it affeots the members of this house, I ask from both sides of the ohamber that cordial oooperation without whioh I can not hope to suooeed, assuring them thttt no effort on my part will be spared to aid them in the performance of. their duties by that entire impartiality which is their just due." - ... BXPOBLI01N OA'" '.' The Repudlioan oaucus nominees fo? the honse offioers were promptly elected, . - ' KBWIiAUBS AMD CUKldlNOB BWOBtt IN. By unanimous-' consent Messrs. New- lands, of Nevada, and Cummings, of New York, whose credentials had not arrived, were sworn In with the other members. . BB1KF SESSION Ot THE SENATE. Exactly at 12 o'olock the vioe president called the senate to order. In impressive tones, the bund chaplain invoked the divine blessing, referring eloquently to the affliotion in the family of ex-Senator Wilson, of Iowa, and to the absence of Isaao Bisset, tbe veteran door-keeper, who is dangerously ill. After the swearing in of the new sen ators and thoBe re-eleoted by the vioe president, the usual formal resolutions were qniokly adopted and the senate ad journed. . The Repnbhoan senators oaucused half an hour, but adjonrned nntil Wednesday without taking action on the reorganiza tion. FBESIDENl'S MESSAGE I0-H0BB0W. The president's message to congress will not be sent in nntil Tuesday, prob ably during the noon hour. ESTIMATES OF TBEASUBY DEPABTMENT. The seoretary of the treasury to-day transmitted to congress estimates of the appropriations required for the fisoal year ending June 80, 1897, as furnished by tbe several exeoutive departments, whioh aggregate $418,091,073. The estimates are recapitulated by titles as follows: Legislative establish ment, $3,880,681; exeoutiveestablishment, $20,103,242; judicial establishment, $523, 920; foreign intercourse, $l,6o9,058; mili tary establishment, $24,726,968: naval es tablishment, $27,683,675; Indian affairs. $8,750,458; pensions, $141,884,670; publio works, $28:574,028; postal service, $5,- 024,779; miscellaneous, $36,635,681; per manent annual appropriations, $119,054, 160; grand total, $418,091,073. Under the head of publio works an ap propriation of $100,090 is . asked for Cheyenne, Wyo., and the same for the Denver mint. Among the appropriations asked for by the seoretary of the interior are: To meet the expenses of protecting timber on publio lands, etc., $150,000; surveying publio lands, $881,560. . Placer mining ! Colorado, Denver, Deo. 2. A syndioate has been organized to work the rich placerB of Summit county on a gigantic scale. It is estimated that Summit ooanty has pro duced $50,000,000 in gold and not I per cent of the ground has been worked. CONTEMPT PROCEEDINGS. American federation Wants Con gress to Limit the Jurisdiction of United States Court. Indianapolis, Deo. 2. A bill to restrain the jurisdiction of the U.S. oonrtsin pro ceedings for oontempt, which the Ameri can federation will present to congress, has been prepared. It provides that conrts of the United States sitting as courts of equity shall not have jurisdic tion to punish for oontempt persons charged with the violation of any order or decree, where the act complained of is indiotable under the laws of the United States in whioh the offense is committed I.eadvllle lee Palace. ' Leadville, Colo., Dec. 2. One hundred workmen are engaged in the construction of the ioe palaoe. Fifteen million tons of ice, enough to build a wall a foot thiok and six feet high about the entire osty, will be nsed. LANGERMAN DISCHARGED. Hies Anb Confesses that ShelMd the Han a Ureas Wrong- la Accusing Him of Criminal Assault. New York. Deo. 2. Walter L. S. Lang- erman,convioted of the charge of criminal assault preferred by Barbara Aub, was dis charged by Recorder Goff before he came forward for sentence. Miss Anb has made a full confession admitting that she did Lano-erman a great wrong, lne recorder set aside the verdict and granted a new trial. Langerman was committed to the bouse of detention as a witness in the proceedings that may follow. Bar bara Aub was committed to prison on the charge of perjury. : Cold Wave 1st Mlssoarl. St. Joseph, Mo., Dee. 2. Yesterday af ternoon a eold wave struck this vioinity with a strong northwest wind, Tho ther mometer registered 4 degrees below zero, a temperature unusual for this time of the year. ' : '-,! BIG ROW IN ARIZONA. An Order of ov. Hashes Threatens the Complete Dlsselotlon of Arl- . . Bona National ttnard. Phoenix. Ariz., Dee. 2. The order is sned bv Gov. L. 0. Hughes during the nasi week, in wmon ne revoaea tne action of the oourt martial oonvened by the, .ad jutant general and sustained the two of fioers and a private, found guilty of gross insubordination in Tucson, July 4, threat ens to oomplete the dissolution of the na tional guard. The commissioned" of ficers are talking of resigning in a body, . : Fighting In Morocco. Gibraltar, Deo. 2. Advioes from Mo rocco say that serious fighting has oc curred at Saffl, a fortified seaport of that country.' The city, which has a popuii tlon of abont 12,000 people, is besieged. THE POWERS DISSATISFIED Disposition Manifested to Insist Upon the Demand for Extra Guard Ships in Turkish Waters. IMPORTANT MEETING OF AMBASSADORS Meanwhile Impression is Being Con veyed that Sultan Has Won Great . Victory Over the Powers ' British Flag Fired on. Copyrighted 1895 by Associated Press. Constantinople, Deo. 1, via Sofia, Bul garia, Deo. 2. While being desirous of not doing anything whioh. wonld tend to induce disturbances or hinder the work of restoring order, the powers again ap pear unanimously resolved to insist up on tbe demand for extra guard-ships. In oonseqnence of this resolution, the ambassadors have arranged for a meet ing to-morrow (Monday) to consider what aotion is necessary in . view of the sultan's oontinued objection t granting nrmans. Meanwhile the impression' is being oonveyed to the general public that the sultan has won a great victory over the powers. This tends to make the matter more delioate to handle. A Turkish official, discussing the with drawal of the Dryad, intimated that the powers held that if a passage of the Dardanelles is to be forced it should be done by the war ships of all the powers interested. This was tbe original under standing, bnt Great Britain, it appears, was not disposed to delay matters be yond a oertain point. The so-called firing upon the British ship Looh Bannooh, in the Dardanelles, is said by Turkish offioials to he easily explained. They say that the Loch Ban nooh arrived after sundown, and, instead of anohoring, attempted to proceed and was signaled from shore by a gun-shot to bring up. As she did not do so, a second shot was fired and the Loch Bannoch let go her anchor. A great deal of excitement was caused here to-day by a repoort that the ex-sul-tan, Mohamed II red, who wan disposed on the groand of idiocy on August 31, 1876, had escaped from Yildir , Kiosk, where he is kept a olose prisoner. The report, it appears, grew out of the flight of Marad Bey, tbe imperial com missioner of the counoil of the public debt, who was also suspected of having relations with the young Turk party. Kansas City Pioneer Died. Kansas City, Deo. 2. Edward H. Allen, aged 65, a pioneer of Kansas City, for ten years president of the board of trade and ex-mayor, is dead. His father was the late Josiah B. Allen, a man of consider able prominence in Connecticut and Ohio. WORLD'S RECORD MAKER. Rmplre s)tate Express Started Out of Kew York this Morning to Hake a ;. Record for Schedule Ad justers. New York, Dec. 2. Under circumstan ces far from favorable the Empire State express over the New York Central and Hudson River railroad started out at 8:80 this morning to make the world's record for fast time between New York and Buf falo, whioh will also be the daily schedule of running time of the train. The at tempt is to make an average speed of 53:35 miles per hour between New York and Buffalo. Rain was falling when the train started and the tracks were wet and slippery. Syraanse, N. Y.At Albany the Em pire Express was four minutes ahead of time. Oneida was reached three minutes behind time. The rnn to Syraouse was made at tbe rate of a mile a minute and the train was two minutes and forty seconds ahead of time here. Chairman or the flanta Ve Directory. New York, Deo. 2. Aldaoe F. Walker was to-day elected ohairman of the board of direotors of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway company by the joint execntive committee of the Santa Fe re organization committee. . Carriage Makers fail. New York, Dec. 2. Schedules in the assignment of J. B. Brewster & "o incor porated, manufacturers of carriages, show liabilities, $200,518; nominal assets, $233,393; aotual assets, $73,221. SILVER CONFERENCE. If the Pretended friends of Sliver Love Party Names Better than Principles the Blinds May as Well Be Closed. Washington, Deo. 2. The silver con ference called for to-day was a disap pointment to its projectors. The only senators who attended were Senators Al len, Kyle, Peffer and Stewart, Populists; Tillman, Demoarat, and Pritohard, Mantel and Teller, Republicans. The small at tendance showed that nothing could be done at this meeting of congress. Senator Peffer was of the opinion that party ties were too strong to hope to organize a silver party in the senate. ' Certificate of License. ' Territory of New Mexioo, 1 Auditor's Offloe Insurance Dept. For the Year Ending Deo. 81, 1894. Y Offloe of Auditor of Public Accounts. I Santa Fs, N. M., Dee. 2, 1896. j It is hereby certified, That the Home Insuranoe Company, a eerporation or ganised under the laws of the State of New York whose principal offloe is locat ed at New York, ha complied with all the requirements of Chapter 46 of the laws of New Mexioo, passed in 1B82, en titled "Ad Aot Regulating Insurance Com panies," approved February 18, 1882, (amended April 3, 1884, and February 28, 1889,) so far as ths requisitions of said aots are applicable to said oompany, and the said oompany is hereby authorized to transact business as a Fire Insuranoe company within the said Terriiory of New Mexioo, subject to the several pro visions and requirements of the acts aforesaid, nntil December 31, in the year of Onr Lord One Thousand Eight Hun dred and Ninety-five. In testimony whereof, I, Demetrio Peres, Auditor of Publio Acoounte for the Territory of New Mexico, have hereto set my nna d affixed my seal of office, at ths City of Santa Fe, the day and year first above written. sSAlJ DsMtTSIO PSBSS, Auditor of l'ublia Aocounts, Highest of all in Leavening MM AD50LUTEI.Y PURE FOLSOM GOES BACK. The Albuquerque Bank Wrecker iOses His Appeal Hast Heturn to the Pen. Special to the New Mexican. Washington, Deo. 2. In the case of the United States vs. S. M. Folsom, the Albu querque bank wrecker and embezzler, ths I). S. supreme oonrt to-day handed down B decision adverse to Folsom. The question involved was: Can ap peals in oriminal oases be taken from the U. S. district court of the territory to the circuit oourt of appeals. The supreme court deoides that such cases can not be appealed. This decision means that Folsom will have to return to prison where he was sentenced to serve seven years. THIS JIAKKKTS. New York, Deo. 2. Money on oall easy at 1 2 per oent; prime mercan tile paper, 4 6. BUver, b7; leaa, $3.20. Chioago Cattle, receipts to-day, 19,000. Market slow generally 5 10 cents lower. Beeves, $3.05 $4,86; cows and heifers, $1.60 $3.70; Texas steers, $2.70 $3.30; stockers and feeders, $2.20 (eg Kij.es, Sheep receipts, 18,000. Barely steady. Kansas City. Cattle, reoeipts, 7,wju; shipments, 1,600; best grades, steady; 5 10 lower; Texas steerB, $2.20 $3.20; beef steers, $2.75 $4.00; native cows, $1.75 $3.40; stookers and feeders, $3.30 $3.65; bulls, $2.10 $3.00. Sheep, re ceipts, 2,100; shipments, none; market, steady; lambs, $3.00 $4.20; muttons, $2 50 $3.25. NEW MEXICO NEWS. Senator Galles has opened up a mining office at his reaidenoe in Hillsboro. Only two gambling licenses have been taken out in the new town of Las Vegas. Diphtheria having disappeared, the HillBboro publio schools have been re opened. Another Chautauqua class has been formed at Las Vegas with Mrs. J. A. Carruth as president. H. K. Thniber, of New York, is again in Roswell looking nfter his interests in Chaves and Lincoln counties. Bill Deutscher has been taken from Ami zett to Las Vegas by Deputy United States Marshal Jesus Hernandez to an swer a charge of violating the Edmunds law. C. J. Buck came in last week from the Sacramento's with a load of cabbage, sin gle heads of which weighed-twenty pounds. Mr. buck sola out at 2 cents per pound. Eddy Curreat. "The erection of that 100 ton smelter, at Hillsboro is very apt to bring me back," said Mr. Troeger, just before starting for California. "It is just what the camp needs and it will make a for tune for its owners." A certified copy of the indiotment against Otis Snyder, Albert Noble and one Parker, charged witn roDoing tne mails at Clayton, Union county, has been forwarded to Trinidad, where the ac cused are behind the bars, and it is prob able that they will be transferred to the Los Vegas jail for safe keeping. Tbe New Mexico School of Mines which opened at Sooorro last September has a good attendance of students and under the exceptionally able and effioient direc tion of Prof. W.H. Seamon the school is making great advancement. The students also are of an unusually bright and in telligent class of young men. Las Vegas has been especially nonorea during the last few days by a visit from Mrs. Clinton a. disk, ot rtew xorx, ana Mrs. Anna Kent, of New Jersey. Mrs. Fisk is the widow of the late Gen. Clinton B. Fisk, of New York, and is president of the Woman's Home Missionary society, of the Methodist Episoopal churoh. Mrs. Academy of. OUR LADY OF LIGHT, COSDUOTBS ST THE SISTEBO OF LORETTO, SA1TTA HTH, i-Dunru naa tuition, per nomo, vsvni Tuition or day scholars, mm w mm per momn, aocorairir to trade. Music, Instrumental end vocal, palntinsT In oil and marges. or proepeetus Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Kent is the effioient secretary of the bureau for New Mexioo and Arizona) Spanish work. They visited Las Vegas : in the interest of the Woman's Home Missionary sooiety, which oontrols and 1 operates a sohool here. The ladies left ' on this morning's train for Albuquerque, where they are superintending the erec tion of "Harwood Home." Las Vegas Optio. This afternoon the case of the Territory Hgainst Frank Arnold, charged with burg-, lury, was oalled for trial. Attorney Mon nette is defending. Arnold is obarged with breaking into the residence of Mrs. W. E. Talbott, April 1 last, at 2 o'olock in the morning, and stealing a number of valuable articles and $5 in silver. Sheriff Hnnt followed the culprit to Colorado and captured him. While the train stopped at Raton, the sheriff left his pris oner chained to the seat while he went out. Arnold broke off the arm of the seat, and with that and the chain dan gling to him he tried to escape between the oars bnt was retaken. It is said his pioture recently appeared in the Police Gazette as a notorious burglar. He ap pears to know as uinoh about oriminal . law in all its phases as an ordinary attor ney. Albuquerqne Demoorat. Arnold was fonnd guilty. Anyway He Should be Held. The Optio thinks that the negro, who is in jail in this oity for attacking Ander son and Adams with an ax and who in sists that his name is John Oliver, is the young negro recently arrested at Las Vegas for robbing a passenger on the train, who confessed his crime, and whom the grand jury very improperly turned loose, throngh the sympathy racket, ths thief claiming that he committed the theft because he was hungry and cold. The Optio well adds: "Almost any tramp, too lazy to work, is liable to get hungry and cold; and if this is to plead in justi fication of theft, honest, industrious peo ple had as well cease from their labors and suffer the worthless vermin to take all they want. Having fared so well in San Miguel county, this boy, who gave his name as Skinner here and as Oliver in Santa Fe, concluded to ply his profes sion about Cerrillos, adding the ax fea ture to his program. There is little doubt he will receive more sensible treat ment at the capital city." ' Whether the negro in jail here is the one referred to by the Optio or is reall y Stimson, as his appearance, clothing and the marks on his body strongly indicate, he is certainly a very smooth oriminal and should not be at large. It may be added that he was never pardoned out of the penitentiary by Gov. Thornton. I Prize Hood's Sarssparilla more than any remedy I have ever taken. I have never been robust and was subject to severe headaches, and had no appetite. Since taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and Hood's Pills I am a well woman, have a good appetite and sleep well. I cordially recommend Hood's Bar Baparilla. MBS. S. M. Gorham, Fillmore House, Fillmore, California. 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