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WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 4. . Notloe is hereby given that orders given by employes upon the Nbw Mexican Printing Co., will not be honored unless previously endorsed by the business manager. Notice. Requests for back numbers of the Nbw Mexican, must state date wanted, or they will receive no attention. Advertising Kates Wanted One cent a word each insertion. Local Ten oents per line each Insertion. Heading Local Preferred position Twenty-five bents per line each insertion. Displayed Two dollars an inch, single column, per month in Dally. 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 aocording to amount of matter, length of time run, position, number of changes, etc. One oopy only of each paper In which an ad. appears will be sent free. Wood base electros not acoepted. No display advertisements accepted for less than $1 net, per month. No reduction in price made for "every ther dav" advertisements. METEROLOGICAL. 0. S. Department or Aqhioultubi, Wratiixb Bubbau Office or Obsbrvbr Santa Fe, December 3. 1895, a V III 3 s I oj. ,! ' 8 jj ? f P-3. g 6:0Ca, m. 23 34 17 S NK 6 Clear BiOOp. m. 23 37 2 80 i Mi 5 IClear Maximum Temperature 34 ftllnimum Temperature 14 TJtal Precipitation 0.U0 H. B. Hbkbby. Observer Si MM ON S "-tot rp regator7 GOOD FOR EVERYBODY and everyone needs It at all times of the year. Malaria is always about, and the only preventive and relief is to keep.the l.iver active. You must help the Liver a bit, and the best helper is the Old Friend, SIM MONS Liver regulator, the Red z. Mr. C. Himrod, of Lancaster, Ohio, says: "SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR broke a case of Malarial Fever of three years' standing for me, and less than one bottle did the business. I shall use it when in need, and recommend it." Be sure that you get it. Always look for the RED Z on the package. And don't forget the word REGULATOR. It Is SIM MONS LIVER REGULATOR, and there. Is only one, and every one who takes it Is sura to be benefited. THE BENEFIT IS ALL IN THE REMEDY. Take it also for Biliousness and Sick Headache ; both are caused by a sluggish Liver. J. H. Zeilia & Co.. Philadelphia. The Exchange Hotel, GOINtt TO ATLANTA. A Party of Ten to Make the Trip as Guests of Supt. Welh, of the A. & P. Boad. Attaohed to the south bound A., T. & S. F. train, wbioh leaves Albuquerque at 2:15 next Saturday morning, will be Mr. A. Q. Wells private ear bound for At lanta, Qa., and carrying a most congenial party of Mew Mexioans en ronte to at tend the great Cotton States Exposition. There will be ten In the party and they go as the guests of Mr. Wells, who is the popular general superintendent of the Atlantic & Paoifio road. Among the guests there will be Gov. Thornton and Mr. W. H. Pope, of Santa Fe; Judge N. 0. Collier, Hon. H. L. Warren, Mr. A. A. Grant, Mr. M. W. Flourney and Mr. E. W. Dobson, of Albuquerque. The trip will be made via Mew Orleans and Savanah, a day or two being spent in each of these cities, and Atlanta will be reaohed about the 11th instant. There nearly a week will be put in at the exposition, and they will return home about the 23rd. The New Mexican's best wishes attend the party. In re Alex. tnsdorf Assignment. Mr. Aloys Scheurioh, ohairman of the board of county commissioners and as signee of Alex. Gnsdorf; Dr. T. P. Martin, Albert T. Muller and Ross Bostick, wit nesses in the Qusdorf assignment pro ceedings before Mr. W. H. Pope, special master, arrived in Santa Fe from Taos last evening. The hearing before Mr. Pope wrs resumed at 10 o'clock this morning and will probably occupy sev eral days more. ROUND ABOUT TOWN. Best Located Hotel In City. J. T. Forsha, Prop. $ 1 .50 SS- $2 Speoial Rates by the Week or Month for Table Board, with or without room. It. E. Corner of Plana. Clothing Wnle to Order Sol. Spiegelberg, GENTS' FURNISHER CLOTHIER. Carry a full and select line of HATH, CAPS, ULOVES, etc., and every thing found in a flrst-olass establishment. HENRY KRICK. SOU AGENT FOB Lemp's St. Louis Beer. ALL KIXDM OF MINERAL WATRB The trade supplied from one bottle to a earload. Mail orders promptly filled. ..... CUADALUPE 8T. 8ANTA FE SOCIETIES. A. F. A. M. Montezuma Lodge, Mo. 1, meets on the first Monday evening of each month at T:S0 o'oloek, in the Masonic hall, in the Kahn blook, Sao Franoisoo St. Visiting brethren are fraternally invited. W. S. Hibbocb, W. M. F. 8. Davis, Seo. WOODMEN OF THE WOULD. Coronado Camp No. 3, Woodmen of the World, meets on the second Thursday evtning of each month at 8 o'oloek, in Aitlan hall, I.O.O.F. VUiting sovereigns are Internally invited. t. B. Bbadv, Consul Comdr. J. B. Sfcoia, Clerk. Speoial meeting of the Aztec clnb at 8:30 to-night. Clean cotton rags wanted at the New Mexican office for machine purposes. J. W. Conway has taken a lease on the Gonzales block and will again open his restaurant and lodging house. Printed copies of Oov. Thornton's re port to the secretary of the interior are daily expeoted to arrive here from Wash ington. Fresh poultry, ocean fish and oysters reoeived every Thursday. Try the New bakery. Qoods second to none in the eity at S. S. Beaty's. Regular meeting of Carleton post,Q. A B., at 7:30 this evening: inspection and annual election ofoffioers. Visiting com rades cordially invited. The Nbw Mexican correspondent, writ' ing from Los Lunas, tells a remarkable story concerning Sohlader and his coffee, It is printed elsewhere in this issue. Blain Bros, have removed their gen eral store to the Delgado blook adjoin ing utto donnson's and are totting it up in attractive style. They are anpaeking a wonderful assortment of new goods. The danee given by the St. Francis brass band ' on Saturday night proved very satisfactory to all oonoerned. The members of the band are now rehearsing for an entertainment to be given on Deoember 11 and 13, at whioh time the representation of the apparition of the Virgin of Guadalupe to an Indian ot Mount Tepeyao, Mexico, will be given Every effort will be made to render the entertainment a success. It ought to be well patronized. The installation of Rev. R. M. Craig, late of Fergus, Canada, as pastor of the Presbyterian church will take place to morrow evening in the church at 7:30. The Presbytery of Santa Fe will meet in the church in the afternoon in order to receive Mr. Craig as a member of that body and to transact other business. Rev, S. W. Cnrtis, of Las Vegas; Rev. A. Moln- tyre, of Raton, and other members will be present. All friends of the churoh and the pnblio generally are cordially invited to attend these meetings. The new A., T. & S. F. passenger ser vice in and out of Santa Fe is of the greatest convenience to the business com munity as well as the traveling pnblio, The mail for the east closes at 10:20 a. m.; for the south, west and east, at 8:80 p. m., and the Albuquerque mail closes at 7:30 a. m. By careful attention to their cor respondence business men will find that this arrangement is a vast improvement over the old plan when their letters had to lie here in the poetofflce nearly a whole day before being sent out in the mails. Sam B. Brown writes to a friend in Santa Fe that George Sunday has safely arrived at the Soldiers' home at Santa Monica, Cal. Speaking of the Santa Fe veterans at the Santa Monica home, he says that Capt. E. W. Woods, J. W. Stin son, Joseph Miller and Jack Rigdon are all getting along well. He says that Joe Stinson looks mnoh better than when he first reaohed the home. .. R. G. Clarke, formerly superintendent of the Lineoln-Luoky and Lee group of mines, at San Pedro, has again 'taken full charge of the same group, and has now a foroe of men overhauling the boil, era and maohinery. Mr. Clarke will have the assessment work done on all the claims the oompany owns, and will have everything around the shaft house ready to commenoe hoisting ore. All Germans are cordially invited to attend this evening's service, at 8 o'clock, nt the German Evangelical Lutheran church. Rev. G. A. Neeff, paBtor. Besides the three indictments under which he was convicted, Shephen M. Fnl som, wrecker of the Albuqnerqne Na tional bank, was indioted a fourth time nt Albnqnerqne last spring for offenses committed as president of the bank named. He was arrested ou this indict ment by U. 8. Marshal Hall last August, as he was passing through New Mexico on his way back to Chicago from Arizona, and was soon after released on a $8,000 bond. John W. Fisons, who has for a long time been a patient at St. Vinoent hos pital, is the happy recipient of a holiday gift from Uncle Sam in the shape of a pension at the rate of $12 per month. This old veteran, who is now 76 years of age, was born in Laneaster county, Penn sylvania, and went to Oregon in 1849. He enlisted as a oorporal in company G, 1st Oregon infantry, in 1861, and was dis charged in 1866 for disability. A BIG RAIL PROJECT- Significance of C. B. Eddy's White Oaks Move The Eock Island Coming1 to Las Vegas. The White Oaks railroad project is spreading out over a great deal of terri tory. Since C. B. Eddy took hold of it everybody has had faith in its suocess, and ,'t now looks as if he was "playing both ends against the middle" with a much more formidable scheme in view than most people imagined. "Surveyors are now in the field locating the line of the Rock Island west of Liberal and they say that their orders are to come to Clayton, N. M." The above significant paragraph ap pears in the Clayton Enterprise at hand this morning, and a St. Lonis dispatch says that the Rook Island has in view the extension of its line from Liberal via Clayton to Las Vegas. This unquestionably indicates that O. B. Eddy is not working in the dark in promoting the El Paso-White Oaks road, whioh, evidently, looks to the Rock Is land to furnish it with a northern and eastern outlet. DOWN-TIIE-VALLEY TIPS Some Reference to Distinguished Feo pie About Los Lunas Permanent Cnres by Schlader An End less Coffee Supply. A delicious smoke, yon say, try the "La Fama Universal" cigar, only 10 cents' at Soheurioh's. Everything in the line of holiday nov elties at Miss Mnggler's. Ladles, There will be a free illustrated health talk to mothers and daughters, given un der the anspices of the Viavi Co., by Mrs. N. Yauney, of San Franoisoo, at the M. E. churoh, Friday afternoon, at 2:80. PERSONAL. A. Scheurioh and Ross Bostiok, of Taos, are at the Exohange. Mrs. Will M. Tipton has been seriously ill for several days past. Hon. Luciano de Herrera, of Chamita, one of the solid men of Rio Arriba, is in town to-day buying supplies. At the Palace: Louis Blumenthal, New York; Dr. and Mrs. C. S. Hoag, Bridge port; F. C. Anderson, Chioago. Mr. D. B. Nichols is over from Bland on a business mission. He says Coohiti is O. K. and the ore bodies are looking better than ever. Rev. R. M. Craig, wife and daughter ar rived last night from Fergus, Canada, to take the pastorate of the Presbyterian ohuroh. They are for the present with Mrs. 0. W. Haynes on Johnson street. Hon. H. L. Waldo returned from Kan sas City yesterday. He is aocompanied by Mrs, Waldo, whose many old friends here will be glad to learn comes to re main some days. They are domiciled at Jndge Waldo's rooms. Mrs, N. Yauney, of San Franoisoo, man ager of the Arizona A New Mexioo Viavi oompany, with headquarters at Albuquer que, is in the oity for a few days giving a series of leotures to the ladies. Rev. G. A. NeeS has returned from a pleasant trip to Wyoming where he made arrangements to bring another mission ary into the territory who is already stationed at Albuquerque, while another goes to Arizona shortly. Mr. Will Kennedy, late of the Boulder, Mont., Weekly Age, is in the oity to-day eu route to Nogales to spend the winter for bis health. He taught the Presbyter ian mission sohool here in 1868 and stopped off to hunt up a few of the old timers. rise MoBrayer whisky at Colorado sa loon. You tan get engraved visiting oards at the Nw Mbxioam, ot have them printed from four plate if you have one. Skin Remedies Are Pure Sweet Gentle And Most Economical U. BHtUi 4nwi rural Innn i. Mam. lu IMvw frofa, Jk ha, u. a. A, Jut a Bom, L lavs a Caaa. Cheap Clothing. Parents can leave their orders with Jake Levy and get boys' and youths' olothing from Wannamaker it Browne 25 per cent cheaper than anywhere else in town. Prove it by calling on him. Special Excursion Rates, TO EL PASO, TEXAS, AMD CUIDAD JUAREZ, MEXICO. OBAMD AHNDAL VIIBTA, In honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the Patron Saint of Mexieo. Commencing Deoember 8, 189S, and continuing until January last, 1896. GRAND BULL FIGHTS. Horse races, bicyole raoes, cooking mains and all kinds of games. VAMOCS OBABBITA KBXIOANA Only lady bull fighter in the world. For particulars eall on agents of the " Santa Fe Route," E. Coplasd, G. A.. El Paso. Tex. H. 8. Lutb, Agent, Santa Fe, N. M. To the Editor of the New Mexican. Los Lunas, Deo. 2, '95. On my way sooth I stopped over at this distriot plaoe in order to get acquainted with this lovely section of your wonderful ter ritory. The more I travel over Mew Mexioo the more I become convinced of its grand possibilities. There are in this fertile valley, equaled only by the Nile, thousands of aores awaiting Amerioan. capital for development. This section will unquestionably be one day or an other the gar-Jen spot of New Mexioo. In 1700, Don Domingo de Luna, a grandee of Spain and first oousin of the Duke of Albuquerque, at the head of a colony of fifty Spaninh families, formed the settlement of Los Lunas. There were among the settlers besfdes the Luna family, three other families of distin guished parentage, the Jaramillos, Oteros and Baoas. From that time to the pres ent day, these families and their descend ants have governed this section of the country without interruption. TUB LUNAS, however, were the feudal lords to whom all rendered tribute, and as a matter of fact they have to-day the same power that they have had from the beginning. The present representative of this dis tinguished family is Don Solomon Luna, the head of the family, a genial gentle man, wealthy, refined and aooomplished. At present he is the collector of this oonnty. Max Lnua, a nephew of Don Solomon, recently married to a lovely daughter of Capt. Key, of the U. S. army, is the sheriff of the county. This young man, thongh very young in years, is one of the best educated and most aooom plished young men of Mew Mexioo. He is a worthy son of his noble father, Hon. Tranqnilino Luna, who represented this territory in congress for a number of years. Next comes the only surviving daoghter of the Lnna family, Mrs. Eloisa Luna de Bergere, in all probability the most beautifnl woman in New Mexioo. She is married to Mr. Alfred M. Bergere, a young man well known all over New Mexioo, and a descendant of a distin guished Italian and English family, who is at present treasurer of Valencia county. These people live in regal style, sur rounded by all the comforts of life, and their homes indicate in all their appoint ments the most exquisite taste and high est oulture. Mr. Bergere is surrounded by a family consisting of eight beautiful children. -As now-a-days everything PBBTAININO TO SOBLADXB is of interest permit me to inform you i that this is the plane where he first made his appearance in New Mexioo. Some time last July a man arrived oo foot at a plaoe about one quarter of a mile below Los Lunas. He pitched a little tent near a small Mexioan village known as Casa Vieja. JSarly In the morning the man oalled at the nearost hooBe occupied by an old woman by the name of Maria Chaves, to ask for some matches with whioh to start a fire on whioh to cook his breakfast. Sohlader noticed that the woman could not use one of her , arms and inquired what was the matter. The woman replied that she was partially paralyzed and had been so for many years. He said he oould cure her and after rnbbing ber arm for a few minutes he left for his tent. In less than one hour the woman discovered that ebe oould use her arm and the news spread like wild-fire. From that moment the "sanador" BE0AUB FAMOUS. He was at onoe taken to Los Lunas by the Artiago family to visit a sick child Afterwards he treated hundreds of people and I have found evidenoe of some really wonderful oures that he effeoted while here. There are many extraordinary re ports among the eommon people whioh can not be believed very readily. For instance he onred a woman by the name of Deeideria Baca. He gave her a pack age of roasted coffee and a few pounds of flour. She claims that since that time she has been nsing coffee from that pack age and it never has been diminished. The same quantity remainsl I have found out that he BBALLY DID OUBB a number of persons hereabouts. He cured Mrs. Maria Luna de Chaves, wife of Hon. Jose G. Chaves, stock agent of the Santa Fe road. She had been suf fering with severe attacks of neuralgia for fifteen years. She recovered perfeotly under his treatment. The wife of Hon. Federico Luna, justice of the penoe of this plaoe, was cured of ohronio head aohes. Her mother was radically cured of insomnia and rheumatism, by plaoing a handkerehiet that he blessed under her pillow. He also oured Hon. Patroeino Luna, ohairman of the board of county commissioners, of some very complicated and long standing troubles. The people of this . valley have great faith in the "sanador." He explained to all that his power eame from the Heavenly Father, and that he was only hie agent on earth. More miraoalous Awarded Highest Honors-World' Pair. Da CREAM lil MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. things are said of him, which I will re port after a fuller investigation. Hasta luego. A Santa Fban. UNDER THE HAMMER. The Sheriff will To-morrow Sell at Auction the Property of, the Gold n Eagle Mining- Company to Satisfy Judgments. Sheriff W. P. Cnnningham and Attor ney J. H. Sutherlin left for Golden, sonth Santa Fe oonnty, this morning. The purpose of their trip is fully plained in a lengthy legal notice, printed in the weekly edition of the New Mexican, which acnoonoes that to-morrow morn ing at 11 o'clook, in the town of Golden the sheriff of Santa Fe county will sell at pnblio auction the four lode claims and the Hnntington mill of the Gold Eagle Mining oompany to satisfy judgments amounting to $2,132.17, with interest and costs to be added, in favor of E. P. Haekett. The lode claims offered for sale are the Las Vegas, the Snnaet, the Snnnyside and the liazelton, situated in the San Fran cisoo mountains, near Golden, and all located on the 15th day of Nov., 1892, by Samuel V. Wright. The mill and ap, plianoes are said to be in good condition Those who ought to know say that the property is worth a great deal more than the judgments and costs. Stamped Linens cheap. All patterns in stamped linen at re dnoed prioes at Miss Mngler's. Harried Sunday. At the home of the bride's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Samuel Sohntz, on San Fran oisoo street, Sunday evening, Mr. James Grnnsfeld, of Albuquerque, and Miss Car, rie Sohntz, of this oity, were united in the bonds of matrimony. Judge C. N. Buokler officiated. Only relatives of the bride and groom and a few intimate friends were present. Among them were Mr. and Mrs. n. llfeld, sir. and Mrs. Al fred Grnnsfeld, Mrs. Albert Grnnsfeld, E. A. Grnnsfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Spitz, of Al buquerque, Mr. and Mrs. Sohntz, of Sil ver City, Jaoob Sohntz and Mr. and Mrs, A. Solomon of this oity. The groom is one of Albuquerque's most sucoessful young business men. He and his bride left last evening on a bridal trip through Mexico. ifil Faeo Times. Blood and nerves are olosely related, Keep the blood pure with Hood's Sarsa parilla and you will not be nervous. Milk Punoh 10 oti a glass at the Colo rado saloon. John MoCnllongh Colorado saloon. Havana olgars at The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powdur superior to all others, OTTOJOIWCO DEALER IN- BOOTS & SHOES HAMMOND TYPEWRITER FOB SALB AT NEW MEXICAN OFFICE. Hoard ofRrineatlon. The board of education held a brief session last evening with all members presents except Messrs. Martinez end Richard Gorman. A communication from Miss Diokson, principal of the 2d ward school, reciting that the average daily attendanee in the primary room under Miss Hurt was sixty eight and recommending that the ehart olass be heard in the forenoon and the primary olass in the afternoon, wae read and discussed. It was decided to take no action in the matter until after the holidays, when It it presumed that the attendanee of primary pupils will fall off. It was deeided to give the teaohers and pupils of the schools a holiday vaoation from the evening of Deoember 24 till the morning of January 1. The board will bold another meeting Saturday night. David S. Lowitzki, LARGEST STOCK IN TOUti ll 111! Wilis mat Our new goods just arrived. A Fine and Large Assortment of the Latest G-old and Silver Novelties in our HOLIDAY STOCK. Including a new line of Sterling Silver Tableware, Fine Imported China, Cat Glass, Leather Goods, Gold and Silver Headed Canes and Umbrellas, at LOWEST PRICES. Call and examine our stook. S. SPITZ, The Jeweller, SA1TTA FB. nsr. IMC. (HOT SIPIIIfcTQ-S.) Iff 1 1; - III Centrally Looated. Lower Frisoo Street. First Furniture Store you Come To. DEALER IN No TBOCBLE to Show Goods. Free Delivery. T BEST ASSORTMENT My Holiday Furniture Just Received Prices never before Equaled in Oity of Santa Fe. I will furnish you from the pailor to the Jdtchen on easy payments. Highest cash price paid for seoond hand goods. . THESE Celebrated Hot Springs are located in the midst of the Ancient Cliff Dwellers, twenty-live miles west of Taos, and fifty miles north of Sfkntn Ifo. nnd nhnut twelve tnilea from Rnprmim Sttnt.inn nn the Dmiver & Bio Grande Railway, from which point a dally line of stares run to the Surines. The temnerntiireof these waters is from 90 0 to 122 0. Thearases are cuibonic. Altitude 6,000 feet. Climate very dry and delightful the year round. There is now a commmodlous hotel for the convenience of In valids and tourists. These waters contain 1680.34 stains of alkaline salts to the gallon ; being the richest Alkaline Hot Springs in the world. The efflcauy of these waters has been thoroughly tested by the miraelous cures attested to in the following diseases : Paralysis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Consumption, Malaria, Bright' Disease of the Kidneys, Syphilitic and Merouuar Atreouons, scrotum, uatarrn, La urippe, ail Female torn plaints, etc., etc. Board, Lodging and Bathing, $2.ft0 per day. Reduced rates given by the month. For further particular address ANTONIO-JOSEPH. Prop., Ojo Caliente, Taos County, New Mexico. H. B. TH MO. 4. CARTWRIGHT & BRO. EQROEBS SPEOIAJLTIBS Granulated Sugar per cwt Colorado Potatoes " Oats Corn Bran " Hay Basket Fired Japan Tea, per 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 G-ood Family Flour, 50 lb sk 1.00 Patent Flour " v 1.15 TELEPHONE 4 $5.75 .75 1.00 1.00 1.00 .65 .25 .10 .20 .50 .25 .25 IMPORTER AND JOBBER. j v. OldMt andLargut EsUblishraeBUBoBihwett. . Wholesale Dealer in .Groceries, Liquors, , Tobacco, Cigars, Dry Goods, Clothing,. Boots, Shoes and Hardware. DantaFo ITox7 Ilozico Bar-Lock mo. Visible Wrltlnc, Perfect AlltTDBBeat, AateaMtle Aetleas, : Rue f Operatle. FBIOB SIOQ. It is impossible for an operator, how ever eipert, to rsaoh the limit of speed on this mBohlne. We want gilt-edged Arms to represent oe la all towns in Maw Mexioo, Arlsona . and 8onora, Mexioo, and, quality of goods oonsldered, oat discounts are the bast quoted anywhere; Exclusive agenelts riven. Old meohines of all makes taken in trade. Writs for estimate, sending name ana numner or your typewriter. We carry a fall Hue of typewriter ribbons, oatbons, papers and a-eneral sntonlise. We are old short-hand rsporters and reeocniaa ths needs of the orofeaslon. All onr goods warranted the best. . ,.., ip i:rrisr:EiY Sc IROBIIT OU, JOBBERS OF BICYCLK8, TYPEWRITERS AMD PHOTO STOCK, 16-18 N. SECOND AVE., PHOENIX, ARJ2. BUTABliUBBO 1MT.