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NO. 20(. VOL. 34. SANTA FE, X. M., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, IS)S. (1 V ISTO. 4 BAKERY. GROCERIES, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, LAMPS AND CHINA. Pink Alaska salmon 10 Bed Alaika salmon . . 12U' Satin on steaks, per can Sweet corn, per can v . Tomatoes, per can Domestic sardines, per can;. Kustard sardines, per car . . . 15 ,...10 10 . . .08 ....10 ' Ohase ft Sanborn's Seal Brand Ohase & Sanborn's Royal Gem Best Java & Mocha Coffee, bulk Crushed Java Coffee TELEPHONE 4 -First-Class In -The Palace Hotel- WM. VAUGHN, Prop. Frank Hudson, Clerk. No expense will be spared to make this famous hostelry up to date in all respects. Patronage solicited (hot sifrhstg-sj 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 Barranoa Station on the Denver Rio Grande Railway, from whioh point a dally line of stages run to the Spring's. The temperature of these waters is from 90 tol2ii. Thegaees are earbonlo. Altitude 6,000 feet. Climate very dry and delightful the year round. There is now a eommmodlous hotel for the oonvenienee of in valids and tourists. These waters contain 1686.34 grains of alkaline salts to the gallon; being the richest Alkaline Hot Springs in the world. The effloaoy of these waters has been thoroughly tested by the mlraolous cures attested to in the following diseases -Paralysis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia,' rates (Wen by the month. For IB, WMl.t 1 ArNTOtllO JOSEPH. Prop., Ojo Oaliente, Taoa County, New Mexico This resort it attractive at all seasons and is open all winter. Passengers for OJo Oaliente oan leave Santa Fe at 11:15 a. m. and reach Gjo Oaliente at 8 p. m. the same day. Fare for the coand trip from Hanta Fe to OJo Oaliente, $7. HOTEL WELLINGTON American and European Plan. 15th Street, Near U. & Treasury, i Washington, D. C. Kui'opean Plan. 81.00 per day and Upward. First Class Restaurant and Cafe. - '. American Plan, UM) per day and Upward. Transient and Permanent , Guests. ( l" M F'TCH, Proprietor. AMERICAN PLAN i r : ' CLAIRE HOTEL SANTA FE, M. M. Ratoo,$2.00i$2.50 per day Colorado hay, per cwt 60 Alfalfa, per cwt. 50 White oats, per;cwt Com, per cwt Bran, per cwt ' Old Homestead flour, 50 lbs. Jewell flour, 50lbs . . r ...... , .1.10 . 90 . 85 .1 20 100 Coffee, 2 lb can Teas, lb. packages. .$ 80 75 35 15 all Particular- further particular address formerly Wtileknr'K. rire Proof and ttteam Heat Kleetrle Meats and Klevato Everything Jrirat-Claaa PROPRIETOR 4 B. mm & Buo . . j -2?ssni THE OHIO CONFLICT Columbus Continues to Be the Politi cal Storm Center of the United States, MANY CONFLICTING RUMORS Supporters of HannaHave By No Means Given Up the Fight Eighteous In dignation of Republicans at "Columbus, ()., Jan. 5. Tins senatorial contest broke more bitter today than ever. After the sensational develop- ments of last night in connection with the repeated changes of Representative Grimm ana other doubtful members, the skirmishing proceeded more clan destinely on both sides. Jo claims of changes were made by either side. It was the purpose of the managers In not holding the caucus to be able to keep their own secrets till the balloting begins a week hence. It is be lieved that secret compacts are being made that will not become known until the votes of the members are recorded. The situation is the same as after the organization of the legislature on Mou day. All those who changed their preferences yesterday were brought back during the night to their original places. Departure of (ieneral Groxvt-nor. There was much comment today on tno departure of congressman Gros- venor for Washington after ex-Secretary Ryan and others who have recently neon tnere in the interest of senator Hanna. The Hanna men insisted that there would be no legatee, while tho op position insisted that they had Hanna beaten now and would defeat Secretary Sherman, Assistant Secretary Day or any other friend that the national ad ministration brought out in the place of Hanna. The feature of the day was tho pas sage in tho house, by a unanimous vote, of a bill repealing the aw for 50 years franchises to streot railways. J his pealing bill was introduced by Represen tative lirauiloy, of Cleveland, one of the Republicans opposing Hanna. Mr. Boxwell charged Mr. Ilramley with using this bill for defense and bun comb. It was freely charged by members that Senator Hanna was at the state house two years ago, as well as Senator Fora- ker, lobbying for the 50 year street railway franchise law. In the senate there were no develop ments, Burke continuing to co-operate witn tno Democrats. Legislature 'Adjourns Until Monday . Columbus, 0., Jan. 5. It is announced that Senator Burke, the only dissenting Republican senator, is dissatisfied with the senate organization and will -vote lor reorganization.. uotn nouses nave adjourned until Monday. Scorn for Renegade Griffith. Marysvillc, 0., Jan. 5. Tho people here are wild, and threats of violence are made against Representative Grit fith. Two Kurtz men from Columbus, while hero, narrowly escaped violence at the hands of angry Republicans. A mass meeting of Mr. Griffith's jconstit- uents lite oeen called for tonight. Durrant Refilled Further Delay. San Francisco, Jan. 5. In the United States circuit court today, Judges Mor row and Deervan deuied the application for a writ of habeas corpus for Durrant, and refused to grant Uurrant's attor neys leave to appeal for this decision. BOLD BANDITS ON THE KAV. An Express Train Held Up Last Night in Kansas City by Two Men No Money or Valuables Secured. Kansas. City, Jan. 5. A train on the Kansas City, Pittsburg & Gulf railroad was held up last night within the city limits." The ells-Fargo express messenger, 31. is. llaydcn, who was bound and cov ered by one of the robbers while the other rifled the local safe, sent the com pany a message tins moraine to tho ef fect that the robbers took nothing of value. . Local officials of the. express and rail way companies assert that only a few packages of jewelry of no particular value and no money were secured. The robbers are described as being about 3a years old and clean shaven. They have apparently made good their escape. Bod)' of a Murderer Found, Asbury, Nob., Jan. 5. The body of William Baker, supposed to have been the murderer of George Baker and wife, who were shot yesterday by an unknown assassin, has been found. Bloodhounds were put on the track, and, about four miles from tho scene of the uiuruur, Baker s body was found. The top of ins neao nan oeen mown on oy tne same shotgun used in murdering the Bakers. MARKET REPORTS. New York, Jan. 4. Money on call nominally 4 per cent; prime mercantile paper, 3M 4; silver, 50; lead, 83.55; casting copper, 10. cnicago. wneat, January, ; May, 80. Corn, January, zsx; May, 38. Oats, January, SI; May, 23. Chicago. Cattle, receipts, 10,500; mar ket, steady, to 10 cents lower; beeves, $3.80 83.30; cows and heifers, $2.00 94.45; Texas steers, 83.30 84.30; stack ers and feeders, 83.20 84.35. Sheep, receipts, 15.000; market, lor good sheep, steady; others, 5 10 cents lower; na tives,' 82.00 84.70; westerns, 83.00 84.40; lambs, 84.00 85.80. Kansas City, Cattle, receipts, 6,500; market today, for best, steady; Texas steers, 83.30 84.40; Texas cows, 83.10 83.40; native steers, 83.00 85.05: native cows and heifers, 81.50 84.50; QinnVnea and foAflnpo AO ffll 9A An bulls, 82.30 84.00. Sheep, receipts, 3,000; market, steady; lambs, 83.75 ( 85.65; muttons, 82.75 a 84.50. - . ' 1 rt.. sjincuy irai uaia. Housekeepers and restaurant man- agors can save money by purchasing meats, fish and nystera from BIschoff & Muller. Only strictly first-class meats I sold, I Oil nun rnivt'i-Kil)' llunird, Ottawa, (Mil., .Jan. .. I. in. fast wing of the Ottawa university (Catholic) burned toil a v. The loss is $70.00(1. NEW YORK LEGISLATURE. Senate Republican by 20 Majority j Assem bly by 8 Caucus Nominees Elected Without Unusual Incident, Ainany. JV. l ., .Ian. 5. In his mes sage to the legislature todav, the gov ernor recommends that a commission be created to examine Into the commcrci of New York and the cause of its de cline, the means of its revival, and to report its conclusions. In dealing with the labor problem, the governor made three suggestions, as follows: First, that immigration be checked; second, that fair rate wages bo paid to laborers; third, that in opposing strikes by arm 'a men a method should be adopted whic.ii would not at first discharge hrearms to prevent tragedies such as caused the re cent event to be universally deplored. mo legislature was organized today. J lie senate, with a membership of .10, has a Republican majority of 20; the as sembly, with l.)0 names on the roll, is Republican by eight majority. All Re publican caucus nominees were elected without any unusual incident. The speaker of the assembly is J. M. E. O'Grady, who presided during the ses sion of 18117. Xew Mexico Xutioiiul Bunk Washington, Jan. 4. Comptroller of the Currency Dawes has made an ab struct of reports of the condition He cember 15 of the six national banks in New Mexico. It shows that since the date of the last report, October fi, the average reserve held has decreased from 33.67 per cent to 30.53 per cent Tim loans and discounts have increased from $1,551,071 to $1,584,838. the reserve held decreased from $058,415 to $853,050. of which the gold holdings increased from $109,015 to $120,030, total resources increased from $4.188,!1!8 to $4,S24,023, The deposits decreased from $2,044,550 to $.010,704. LE1TERS RUN CORNER ON WHEAT. All Wheat on Hand Will Be Held for Ad vance in Price, and Yore Bought Refuse to Sell for Cash, Chicago, Jan. 5. Private advices from the east indicate that behind the Loiters is $30,000,000 that will eventually own and control over 30,000.000 bushels of cash wheat for better prices. If this be true, tho refusal to sell cash wheat today would indicate that they propose to hold the wheat they have, and to in crease their holdings very largely, or enough to discourage to a great extent short selling as a business. Head End Kail Colliwlon. Kansas City, Jan. 5. At Rock Island Junction, Kas., this morning, a west bound Union Tactile work train and an east bound Rock Island stock train col lided head on. The engineers and (ire- men were injured but not seriously. The collision is attributed to a dense fog. The iniurcd are: Peter Keisecke Albert Lewis, W. J. Trent, Frederick Fletcher, all of Kansas City, Kas. Book of Forms. Lawyers will find the Book of Forms for pleadings, adapted to the new code one of the most convenient and useful works in their practice. The Nkw Mex ican has this work on sale at the pub Ushers' price, $5. ALBUQUERQUE NOTES. John T. Baraelough, the head of the hardware firm of E. J. Post & Co., and the president of the Crystal Ice com pany,, is here from Oakland, Calif., and expects to remain for several weeks. Hon. Alejandro Sandoval, the popular county collector, was - here yesterday, and was a familiar figure In and around the court house. Ho looked over the work of his excellent deputy, Jose L Pcrea, and found everything in his of fice moving along nicely, says the Citi zen. El Nuovo Mundo, the bright Spanish paper published In Old Albuquerque, was recently sold by Jiisus S. Garcia to Mariano Arm no, the terms being pri vate. No details of the plans of the new management could bo learned, but It is understood that the management of the paper will remain practically the same as it has recently been, C. L. Thayer and wife, recently of Fort Defiance, spent Sunday and Mon day In tho city, going on to Santa Fe to pay a short visit to relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Thayer were married in this city last fall. Mr Thayer has resigned his position as dis- cipiinarian at tue i ort ueuance inaian school and thinks of going to California In the near future. Tho directors of the Albuquerque Land and Irrigation company the low- line ditch project met on Monday afternoon for the purpose of arranging details to start Chief Engineer Harroun and his corps of assistants at work, Tho directors discussed otner matters per tainiug to the company, and it is safe to say that they intend to push work from now on. Something like nine months ago a suit was commenced In tho District court of this county to quiet title in the matter of tho Cebolleta land grant. Judge W. D. Lee was appointed master and has since oeen taking testimony as rapidly as it iias been offered. Mr. Richardson, of New York, claims the controlling interest in the grant and has thus far presented the evidence of two witnesses to prove his claim. If the testimony continues to come in so rapid ly it will"not be many years till the title to this valuable property is sowed, savs the Democrat. vww iw. mviuui.. Every practicing attorney in the tor- ritory should have a copy of the New Mexico Code of Civil l'rocedure, bound gearato form with alternate blank pages for annotations. The New Mex- lean Printing company has such an edi- tlon on sale at the following prices: leatherette binding, 81-25; full law sheep, 8'!; flexible morocco, 82.50. WASHINGTON BUDGET President Sent Long List of Nomi nations to Senate Today, But Overlooked New Mexico. CONGRESS RESUMES WORK Outlook for Ratification of Hawaiian An- nexation Treaty Now Considered Very Bright Will Be Pressed by Senate Davis. Washington. Jan. 5. The presiden today sent the following nominations the senate: Francis C. Lowell, lT. S. district judge for Massachusetts; Edgar M. Stearnc marshal for the district of Kansas: Geo L. Siebrinnt, marshal for western Texas Owen L. vv. smith, of North Carolina minister resident and consul general to Liberia; James C. Stowe, of Missouri consul general at Cape Town; Herber S. Squires, of New York, secretary o egation at I'ekin, China. consuls Adoiplt 1j. rranlt'cnthal, o Mississippi, at lierne; Neal McMillan, of Michigan, at Port Sarna, Out.: Jas. Mayers, of Ohio, at llosarlo, Argentine Kepuhlic; John 11. lirout, Jr.. of Massa chusetts, at Malta; Edmund ',. Urodow ski, of Illinois, now consul at lireslau Germany, at Furth, Bavaria: Charles V. Erdinann, of Kentucky, now consul fc urtli, Havana, at lireslau, Germany licaiuler r. Mitchell, ol Indiana, as sistant comptroller of the treasury. l'ension agents Charles A. orr. at Buffalo; Jonathan Merriam, at Chicago Sydney L. Nillson. at Washington. Frank A. Morris, surveyor general of South Dakota. Arthur L. Thomas, postmaster. Salt Lake City. Washington. Jan. 5. Comptroller uawes has appointed William C. Oakley of Chicago, national bank examiner to succeed Joseph T. Talbert, resigned. . Outlook For Hawaiian Annexation. Washington, D. C, Jan. 5. The out look for the ratification of the Hawaiian annexation treaty is now considered bright. The friends of the measure believe that they can secure for it 02 votes, three, more than needed. The feeling is very strong that, unless the United States takes in Hawaii, the islands are likely to cause trouble in the future, when one or more European nations attempt to acquire them or give them to Japan as compensation for their grans in China. SeHMlon of Senate Toduy. Washington, Jan. 5. Senator Davis. chairman of the senate committee on foreign relations, gave notice In the sen ate today that lie would call up the Hawaiian annexation treaty iu executive sessii x, on Monday next, and ask the senate to consider it each day thereafti until the treaty be disposed of. Washington, Jan. . senator Teller, of Colorado, introduced a concurrent resolution todav declaring that tho bonds of the united states, principal and in terest, should at the option of the gov eminent be paid in standard silver dol lars and that such payment is not in violation of the public faith or iu dero gation of the public credit. The resolu tion was referred to the finance com mittee. There, was only a small attendance in the senate today. Senator Allen, of Nebraska, spoke on the Immigration bill, and declared in favor of consular inspection of immigrants. Senator Carter, of Montana, called up the bill to provide for taking the next census and argued against making any appointments for that service through tho civil servico commission, saying that it was a preliminary measure and pro vided only for 32 places. Senator CocKreli, of Missouri, replied, declaring that the Republican party was backing squarely down from its position in the civil service question. The report by secretary Sherman on civil service was read. Senator Cock roll, of Missouri, said it was a remark able document, being a request on con gress for legislative action which was in the power of his chief by executive order. Senator Teller declared that the cen sus bureau should not be a partisan Institution, but under the classiiied ser vice. He. assorted that In the last census the silver production had been fraudu lently overstated by 810,000,000. At 3:10 the senate went into executive session. Si-sslon of the House Today. Washington, Jan. 5. There was not a very largo attendance in tho house of representatives today. Willi one or two exceptions, tho members of the Ohio delegation, both Democrats and Repub licans, were absent. The house went into committee of the whole to resume the consideration of tho legislative, executive and judicial appropriations bill. All the features of the bill had been disposed of except the appropriation for the civil service com mission, upon which, by previous ar rangement, there was to be an indefinite general debate. It was proposed that Mr. Moody, ite- publlcan, of Massachusetts, and Mr, Dockery, Democrat, of Missouri, control the time for and against. Mr. Hepburn. Republican, of Iowa. suggested that there was a three-cornered contest. "The Democrats," said he, "desire the entire repeal of the law. Some of those on this sido doslro it to stand as it is, -while a large body of us desire wholesome modifications of Its provisions." 'Why noes tno gentleman aver tuai all the Democrats on this side of the house deslro the entire repeal of the law?" inquired Mr. Clark, Democrat, of Missouri. Simply because that would be wrong and your side Is always wrong," re torted Mr. Hepburn amid great laugh ter. All suggestions as to the control of time failed at last, and the chair recog nized Mr. Grow, Republican, of Penn sylvania, who spoke 20 minutes in sup port of the general principle of the civil servico law. Mr. Moody, of Massachusetts, made an elaborate defense oi tne civil service system. Mr. Dockerv, Democrat, of Missouri. opened tho opposition to civil service law in the nonse. He made a warm sneoch in which he declared the law odious tq the American people and that it should be repealed. At 1:30 the -civil service debate was still in progress with Mr. Landis, Re publican, of Indiana, speaking in favor of a modification of the law. Ills stric tures on-the self-stvled "better elomeut" were severe. They were, lie said, liar row, bigoted, seliish, dangerous. Mr. Pearson, Republican, of Xorth Carolina, uttackod the law and said that a bill for its repeal will be brought in by a majority of the civil service committee. Freezing Weather In i'lm-idx. Washington. .Ian. 5. The reports re ceived from the weather bureau officials in Florida indicate that the freeze on January :! ami .'t. while doing consider able damage, did not approach in severity or dcstriictiveness the freezes in the winters of 1S84 and 188."). HILLSBORO GOLD MINES. Ore Output of the District During 1897 Eeaches Nearly 10,000 Tons Future of District Bright. The total ore output of the Hillsboro gold mines during 1807 was 9,304 tons. The Dry Concentrating Works in Ready Pay gulch are making rapid progress. Max. Kahler Is at work on a lead sil ver bonanza iu the San Andres moun tains. Linder it Cruinrine, Snake mine les sees, are again occupying the Porter mill with a lot of, 150 tons of 835 ore. The Richmond mine is increasing its list of lessees and is making an output ot ore that will encourage many men to try their luck among its bonanzas. Superintendent Hughes, of the. Snake group, has lust returned from Silver City, where he has been looking after the sampling and settlement of three carloads of lessee ore. John Huttecke is sinking on a live foot chimney of gold ore in the Freiberg mine and intends to get out at lest 500 tons in time for the completion of the cyanide works. Spencer, Scanlou & Co., are still iu good ore on the Snake 280 foot level. It was from this level that the then Super intendent Hall, in 1890, got a carload of ore that brought returns of 11 ounces gold per ton. A variety of crystallized lead ore has recently been found in the Rex mine hero which is new . to the scientists. It s a silicate of lead with also iron and it will bo known hereafter as robinite. be ing named after Robin, one of the own ers of the mine. The Lake Valley depot platforms are pretty well covered with machinery billed to the Llewellyn Cyanide, works. of Dutch gulch. It will take time and money to put all these things together. but there is no doubt now that we are going to have cyanide works of the very latest Improved model and of large ca capacity. says the Advocate. LAS VEGAS NOTES. Felix Martinez, Jr., is in the city from El Paso for a few days. Will Coleman, who has been braking on the Waldo branch for three or four years, has reached the, city to take a po sition on the main line. Mrs. Ilarrv C. Fox was the fortunate winner of the handsome French doll, displayed in the Winters drug com pany s window. She guessed the exact number of beans. 1.033. Colonel U. 11. Willison, of Santa Fe, is in the city, having business with Judge, N. Scott, special U. S. attorney, but the latter is confined to his room with a threatened attack of pneumonia. Severiano Baca and Virginia Aragon. two residents of that portion of East Las Vegas usually called Chihuahua,'' were married Monday morning at the church of the Immaculate Conception, Father T. P. O'Kccfe officiating. Demctrio Rivera and Miss Anita Chacon were wedded at the west side parish church also Monday morning, reports the, Optic. BABG-AI1TS msr taps ooTJisra For information regarding Taos county mines, placer or lode, write me. I have for tale, cheap, especially adapted to colonization, A No. 1 farming lands with perpetual water right; 3,000 acres unsurveyed government land. W. CHILLIS, TAOS. THE First National Bank OF Santa Fe, N. M. UNITED STATES DESIGNATED DEPOSITARY R. J. PALEN J. H. VAUGHN Cashier Royal makes tha food pure, wholesome and delicious. 10 FOYDin Absolutely Pur WCWM, BAK1MQ POWDCR CO., NfWVOfW. Last Saturday the passengers on the springs train were treated to a sight of unusual interest between the Bridge street station and the springs, Iu the way of a race between the train and Robert Mitchell on a bicycle. Mitchell started with the train from the old town and in spite of the up-hill road along the route, he succeeded in reaching the springs ahead of the train. According to time taken by one of the passengers, the run was made in less than IS min utes. A stag party was given to Isaac Bach arach Saturday evening at the rooms of Chas. Nathan, In view of Mr. Bach arach's departure next Wednesday for Philadelphia. Those present were Benny Lewis, Ike and Bernard Appel, Herman l'eristein, Simon liacharaeh, B. Bacharach, Henry Goldstein, Saul Kaufman, Jake Graaf, Chas. Nathan, the host, and Ike Bacharach, the guest of honor. After a sumptuous repast, Messrs. Lewis and Nathan took a flash light picture of the party. KaiiNtiN it) McHtM. Kischoff & Muller handle a full line of Kansas City meats, including sausage. Give tlieni a trial. K1A0-CH0U DIFFICULTY SETTLED. Chinese Foreign Office Has Made All Neces sary Concessions to Germany Large Order for Arms Eeceived from Eussia. Pekin, Jan. 5. The Kiao-Cliou dllll- culty was settled yesterday at a confer ence. The Chinese foreign office made the necessary concessions. Ieneri for an Indefinite Time. Berlin, Jan. 5. The Relchsanzeiger, this evening, announces that according to a telegram from Pekin, an under standing has been reached between tier many and China regarding the cession of Kiao-Chou bay to the former. Thtv arrangement Is substantially as follows: It is intended by the cession to render it possible for Germany to fulfill her just wish for possession, in the same way as other powers, as a base of trade and navigation in Chinese waters. The ces sion of Kiao-Chou hay to Germany takes the form of a lease' for an indefinite time. Germany is at liberty to erect o ceded territory' all necessary build' and establishments, and to take e' essary measures required for f tection. liunain llus Ordered Klllcp.. New Haven. Conn., Jan. 5. A for 10.000 of the latest patter' tary rifles and S.ono.ooo roo nition has been placed Chester Arms comp Francisco office, ped at the The order ernniep' President. !