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ANTA FE SANTA FE, N. M.. FRIDAY. JANUARY 21. 1898. NO. 280. VOL. 34. NEW ISTO. 4 BAKERY. GROCERIES, GLASSWARE, LAMPS AMD CHINA. Pink Alaska salmon 10 Red Alaska salmon . . 12 Salmon steaks, per can 15 Sweet corn, per can 10 Tomatoes, per can 10 Domestic sardines, per can 05 Mustard sardines, per can 10 Ohase St Sanborn's Seal Brand Coffee, 2 lb can Chase ft Sanborn's Royal Gem Tees, lb. packges. Best Java ft Koch a Coffee, bulk Crushed Java Coffee TELEPHONE 4 i -First-Class In -The Palace Hotel WM. VAUGHN, Prop. frank Hudson, Clerk. - So expense will be spared to make this famous hostelrv up to date in all respects. Patronage solicited . v A HJ1 IJDTn A AT TIT A AT CLAIRE HOTEL. SANTA FE, N. M. Rates,$2.00&$2.50 per day Jb Gr j Jr; Jb1 PROPRIETOR HOTEL WELLINGTON American and European Pltui. 15th Street, Near U. S. Treasury, Washington, D. C. European Plan, tl'.oo per day and Upward. First Class Restaurant and . 'Cafe." . . Amorlcau Plan, 83.00 per day anil Upward. Transient and Permanent . 0 nests. L. M. FITCH, Proprietor. The Daily New Mexican will be .found ' on lllo at the Hotel Wellington. -. (HOT SIItI2srC3-S.) Q THESE Celebrated Hot Spring! are located in the mldat of the Ancient Cliff Dweller, twenty-live miles west of Taos, and fifty mile north of Santa Fe, and about twelve miles from Barranca Station on the Denver A Rio Grande Railway, from which point a daily line of stages run to the Springs. The temperature of these waters Is from 900 to U20. The gases are curuomo. Aiciiuae o,ww reel, uirauni very ury uhu uvurnviui me year round. There I now a commodious hotel for the convenience of Invalids and tourists. These waters contain 1686.24 grains of alkaline salts to the gallon i being the richest Alkaline or tnese waters nas Deen tnorongniy testea uy tno miraculous cures at tested to in the following diseases : Paralysis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia. Consumption, Malaria, Bright s Mercurial Affections, Scrofula, puunn, mc, mo. aoara, iXMigmg ana naming, vc.au per any. neaucea rates given by the month. This reiort Is attractive at all seasons and is open all winter Passengers for OJo Callente can leave Santa Fe at 10 KH a. m. and reach Oio Callente at B p. m. the same day. Fare for the round trip from Santa Fe to Oio Callente, $7. For further pastieulars address CROCKERY, Colorado hay, per c wt 60 Alfalfa, per cwt 50 White oats, per cwt. .1.10 Corn, per cwt SO Bran, per cwt 85 Old Homestead flour, 50 lbs. . . 1 20 Jewell flour, 50 lbs ...100 80 75 85 15 all Particulars- Vire Proof and (Steam Beat , Kleetrln Lights and Klevato Everything first-Claa Formerly Welckor's. Hot Spring im in the world. The alBannv Disease of the Kidneys, Syphilitic and Catarrh, La Grippe, all Female Com- : B. CARTWRIGHT & BRO ANTOniO JOC2PII , Prop., Ojo Calient, Taos Oonatjr, Vw Mexico NATIONAL CAPITAL New Mexico Postmasters Appointed Teller Eesolution to Be Voted on Next Thursday. M'KENNA'S CONFIRMATION To Investigate Killing of Colonel Kuiz Civil Service Eeform Investigation Fublio Land Law Extended to Cover Alaska. Washington, Jan. 31. President Mc Kinley appointod the following post masters today: New Mexico James A, Carruth, East Las Vegas: E. H. Salazar Las Vegas. IntlieMenate. Washington, Jan. 21. At the opening of the session today Senator Quay de- died the report that he voted for the consideration of the Teller resolution because the senator from Missouri (Vest) had asked him to do so. He thought the present consideration of the resolu tion would benefit the country and the Republican party. Resolution Regarding Mrs. Koborts. The resolution of Senator Allen, Ne braska, asking the secretary of tho in terior for tho papers concerning the dis missal irom me pension oince oi Airs. jvi, E. Roberts, was laid before the senate. Senator Gallingcr moved to refer the resolution to the committee on civil service and retrenchment. Mr. Allen said Mrs. Roberts was a friend of former Secretary Carlisle, from Covington, Ky. "No self-respecting gentleman would treat a woman as this woman has been treated by tho secretary of the interior," said Mr. Xllen. Mr. Allen contended that there was a hint of something vitally wrong in the moral character of Mrs. Koborts. Assurance was given by Senator Pritchard (N. C), chairman of the com mittee on civil service and retrench ment, mat the committee would care fully investigate tho case, should it be referred to his committee and Mr. Allen agreed to such reference. The resolu turn was so referred. TeUer Resolution Will he Voted On. An agreoment was reached to vote on the Toller resolution next Thursday. before adjournment, and the senate went into an executive session. The Executive Hosslon. The senate devoted the principal at tention of the executive session todav to tho nomination of Attorney General Mc- Kenna to bo justice of the Supreme court of the United States. Senator Allen presented a largo number of docu ments in support of his contention that Mr. McKenna Is not competent to dis charge tho duties of a justice of tho Su preme court Dencn. . , .. ! Mr. McKenna has been con fanned as justice of the Supremo court. In the House. Washington, Jan. 31. The house com mittee on foreign affairs today agreed to make a favorable report on the res olution of Mr. Williams, (Mo.,) asking the state department for information concerning the execution of Colonel Ruiz by the Cuban military authori ties. Deficiency Appropriation Bill. The stormy scenes of the last few days in tho house were followed by com parative quiet today, and the considera tion of the senate amendments to tho recent deficiency appropriation bill was begun. The senate Nicaragua canal commission amendment was non-concurred in. . The main light came on thfc senate amendment striking out the pro visions in the bill requiring depositors of bullion hereafter to pay the cost of transportation from the assay offices to the mints. Mr. Bell, (Pop. Colo.,) moved concurrence in this amendment. The question was debated extensively when the bill was originally before the house. The house voted to concur in the sen ate amedment to the urgent deficiency bill, striking out the provision compell ing depositors of bullion to pay the cost of transportation to the mints. Civil Service Reform Investigation . Washington, Jan. 21. Several officers presented their views on the civil serv ice reform issue at a meeting of the sen ate investigating committee today. Samuel M. Cart, superintendent of the city schools of Sheridan, la., for three years - superintendent of the Indian schools at Santa Fe, N. Jtf., was hero to complain of his political removal from the latter position in 1893, and the re fusal of the Indian bureau to either transfer or reinstate him in the Indian schools' service. " - Public Idind Act for Alaska. The house passed the Lacey bill to ex tend the public land act to Alaska and grant the general right-of-way to rail roads. ' .'. . Will Contest Hanna's Scat. Columbus, Ohio.', Jan. 21. Mayor Mc Kisson, of Cleveland, Is taking the pre lim ary stops to contest the seat of Han na in the United States senate. Mc Kisson will rely largely on tho testimony adduced at the Investigation of the bribery charges. Committee Could Not Agree. " Chicago, Ja,n. 21. The joint scale committee reported to the interstate joint convention of coal miners and operators, this afternoon, that the com mittee was unable to agree upon any question voted upon. RAILROAD COLLISION IK THE SOUTH. Pmeiiger Trains Come Together Near : Charleston, 8. 0. Two Men Killed. Charleston, 8. ft, Jan. 21. A train of the Atlantic coast line from Now York to Florida, and a local frdm Char leston, collided west of Charleston this morning. Two colored firemen were killed and a number of train' men badly injured, - ' Slay of Execution runlel Austin, Texas. Jan. "21. Eugene Bur the wife anu child murderer, sen tenced to hang todav. has been granted a stav of execution by the district judge until next March, pending an examina tion into the prisoner s alleged Insanity ATTEMPTED MURDER AND SUICIDE. Jealousy the Cause of a Double Shooting in St, Louis This Morning. St. Louis. Jan. 21.--fiichard .1. Hallo ran. a police officer,1 was fatally shot with his own pistol, an hour after mid night by Miss Nellie Mangan, who the turned the pistol on herself, and put bullet in her brain. The shooting fol lowed a quarrel in which Miss Manga begged llallorau to marry her, but refused. When seen at the hospital the girl insisted that while sue snot Hallo- ran, she did not inflict her own wound. She refuses to tell who did. There was another woman in the case of whom Miss Mangan was jealous. -: Death of Judge Scott. ISloomingtou, III., ' Jan. 21. Judge John M. Scott, ex-justice of the Supreme court of Illinois, died today from the ef fects of a carbuncle. , lie was 7; yea old, and was an intimate friend of Pres ident Abraham Lincoln. SENATORIAL SITUATION UNCHANGED Maryland Legislature Unable to Elect a Successor to Senator Gorman Com promise Talked of. Annapolis, Md., Jail; 21. The fourth day of balloting for a United States senator found tho situation practically unchanged. The feeling is growing that tho only way to settle the matter is by the withdrawal of both Shaw and Mc- Comas. In favor of a compromise candi date. Verdict of Guilty Returned. Chicago, Jan. 21. In the case of Chris Merry, the peddler charged with wife murder, the jury today returned a ver dict of guilty. Smith, his alleged ac complice, was' found not guilty. OMMITTEE OPPOSED TO STATEHOOD. Attitude of Members on. Admitting Ari zona, New Mexico and Oklahoma Settles the Question. Chicago, Jan. 21. A special to the Tribune from Washington says: The house committee on territories, after giving hearings in advocacy of admit ting Arizona, New Mexico and Okla homa Into the sister hoin!;o states, fixed on next Wednesday oifUUo measures. There Is little doubt of the result of that meeting. The membership of the committee is 15, of these the Kepubli cans muster eight, while there are seven Democrats. The Republicans will vote solidly against the admission of any territories, whicli will prevent the other measures from coming before tho house, Thesenate committee, is likewise dis posed. Luctgert on Witness Stand. Chicago, Jan. 21. Adolph L. Luet- gert went on the witness stand today and told the story of the happenings at his sausage factory on the night of May wiien ills wife, for whose murder he is being triod, disappeared. Luetgcrt broke down on tho stand and cried like child. MARKET REPORTS. New York, Jan. 21. Money on call easy 2 per cent; prime mercantile paper, 8 3; silver, 56; lead, 83.50; copper, W. unicago. wneat, January, u; May, 91. Corn, January, 27; May, 28 29. Oats, January, 22; May, 23. Kansas City. Cattle, receipts, 4,000; steady; Texas steers, $3.65 84.25; Tex as cows, 82.55 83.40; native steers, $3,35 84.25; native cows and heifers, 82.00 $4.45; stockers and feeders, $3.50 $5.00; bulls, $2.00 83.50. Sheep, re ceipts, 2,000; market steady; lambs, $4.00 $5.60; muttons, $3.50 $4.35. Chicago. Cattle, receipts, 2,500; mar ket steady; beeves, $3.85 $5.25; cows ana lienors, 92.10 w w.ov; Texas steers. $3.50 $4.30; stockers and feeders, $3.30 $4.40. Sheep, receipts, 6,000; steady, 10c stronger; native sheep, $2.40 $4.50; westerns, $3.50 $4.40; lambs, 4.00 85.05. Life Insurance Settled. Topeka, Kas., Jan. 21. The New York Life Insurance company this afternoon settlod the Hillman claim In full for $24,- 000 and Mrs. Htllmah dismisses her suit. , LAS VEGAS NOTES. H. M. Porter, of Denver, was in the city yesterday to see Dr. J. M. Cunning ham, 01 tne san Miguel bank. Tho company, playing"In Gay Cooney Island," wont east on Tuesday without baggage or scenery. The Catholic church at Sapello is be ing repaired and changed quite a good deal. . The' two towers, one on each front corner of the church, have been taken off and one large tower is being put up over the center. The irovei'nment thermometer record ed 2 degrees below zero, as the coldest n tho last 24 Hours. - Today, alter tne cold night, has been delicious. Optic, According to the government thermome ter hem, 6 degrees above zero is the coldest it has been in sunny Santa Fe this winter. v J. W. Brooks, wiio has been manager for the Western Union for several years hero, has been transferred to El Paso and his place here will be filled by his assistant, 0. M. ltirdsall, Max Levy tak ing the position left vacant by Mr. Bird sail, says the Examiner. - Santa Fe Opera House, Slauselle and Hondrika, the modern miracles. Three nights only, commenc ing January 24, 1898. , : IN FOREIGN LANDS Japan Prepared for War and Will Support England in China Lord Salisbury Will Retire. CURRENCY NOTES IN INDIA French Squadron in Far East to Be Re inforced by Two Vessels Sagasta Thinks Peace is Assured in Cuba, London, Jan. 21. The St. .lames Gazette, in commenting upon a dis patch from Yokohama, saying that a fleet of nine Japanese warships will leave Japan in a week, for Chinese waters, says: "Japan is prepared for war. That, in a nutshell, Is the news from Yokohama today. It is under stood that the destination of the fleet is Wel-Hai-Wei, and there is no doubt but the movement means that the status- quo in China, so far as Manchuria and Corea are concerned, shall not be al tered by Russia or any combination of Russia's allies, in defiance of Great Uritain and Japan. Lord Salisbury to Itt-tlie. Chicago, Jan. 21. A special to the Times-Herald from Washington, says: Lord Salisbury's early retirement from tho secretaryship of state for foreign affairs in the British cabinet is tore shadowed by information received in Washington. It is hinted that Eng land's foreign policy will be made mure aggressive. Lord Salisbury does not intend to re sign the premiership of tho cabinet, but will surrender the foreign secretaryship to a younger anu more vigorous man. Currency Notes for Imlin. Calcutta, Jan. 21. The bill Introduced bv Sir James Westland, finance minister of the council, on January 14, providing for tho Issue of currency notes in India against the gold reserve was adopted today, with the condition that the secre taryof state be given the option of pay ing out gold in the treasury, provided India pays an equal sum into the cur rency department Here. The mil hasal- eadv relieved the. stringency of the money market. French Squadron in Kant Reinforced. Paris, Jan. 21. Orders have been re ceived at Cherbourg and Toulon respec tively, to prepare the oattleshlps liruix and Vauban to rcinforco the French squadron in the far cast. Admiral Debaumont has been appointed as commander-in-chief. Hiinclous PromlsoH of Peace. Madrid, Jan. 21 Senor Sagasta, pre mier, announced in the cabinet meeting ast evening that dispatches from (Juba gave "unqualified promise of peace." ALBUQUERQUE NOTES. The employes of the Santa Fe-Pacitic shops, on Wednesday evening, presented iieiiry wiegoiui, late lormanoi me suops, with a purse well filled with gold coins as a token of their esteem and respect, Piedad Montoya has sued Louis Kver- hart in the District court for $5,000 dam ages on account of injuries sustained by the plaintiff being bitten, torn and lacer ated by a vicious dog belonging to the defendant. Mrs. Duniop, the wife of the late Bishop Duniop, of this territory, came down from the north on Wednes day night, on her way to the City of Mex ico, where she will visit with one of her daughters. District Attorney Finical brought 23 tax suits iu the District court yesterday and the defendants include some very prominent people, including a congress man, an ex-congressman and a- Demo cratic federal appointee. Mrs. W. .1. Black, the estimable wife of the popular general passenger agent of tho Santa Fe, came in from El Paso last night, and will bo the guest of Mrs. J. Frcy for several days, after which she will proceed to Topeka. A number of people in this city have received invitations from Mr. and Mrs. B. Robinson to attend tho wedding of their daughter, Miss Lena, to Gale Thompson, which will take place at St. feter's cnurcn, t. ijouis, t enruary h. The many friends of the young lady and the Robinson family in this city will re joice with them over tho happy event. At the last meeting of the Young La dies' Sodality of tho church of the Im maculate Conception, the following of ficers were elected: Prefect, Miss M. C. Donahue; first assistant, Miss Dora Uell- wog; second assistant, Miss Margaret Egger; secretary, Miss A. V. (Jutnliven; urst consuitor, miss josepnine iiamm; second consuitor, Miss Ida Mason; treas urer, Miss Nellie White; librarian, Miss Josephine Harris; sacristan, Miss Bertha Boneneld; reader, Miss .Elizabeth Pow ers. A. W. Wishard, tho United States dis trict attorney of Indiana, came in from the north last night on his way to Los Angeles, Calif.', and stopped off in this city to visit with his friend, Judge Crum packer. They served together in the state senate of Indiana, and are there fore intimate acquaintances. This after noon Mr. vvishara, Mr. uney, 01 t;m- cago; Judge Crumpacker, District At torney Finical, Clerk Owen, Deputy Crosby, Sheriff Hubbcll and Deputy- Sheriff Newcomer are taking a drive about Albuquerque and vicinity in Trimble's "Explorer," says the Citizen. Quiet prevails as to the ditch situation. Protected bv the injunction granted by Judge irnmpacker the surveying party resumed their labors and were not inter fered witlb About 5X) of the settlers on both sides of the river assembled for a conference. There was some talk of applying for an injunction to restrain the surveyors from passing through their lands, but it was finally concluded that the wisest policy was to wait the action of tho court January 25 on the temporary injunction granted yesterday, in the meantime everything will be permitted to progress peaceably, HARGAIKS1 BARGAINS!! Before taking onr annual Inventory, we oner an goons at greatly reduced prices. In case you are In need of any thing in our line avail yourself of this opportunity to get goods below cost. SANTA V li. MKHCAOTILK CO. KfutMM City Meat. Bischoff it Muller handle a full lino of Kansas City meats, including sausage. Give them a trial. NEW MEXICO COLD MINES. Productive Activity in the Hillsboro Gold District Work at La Belle Gold Strike at Elizabethtown. The output of the Hillsboro gold mines for the week ended January 13. was 190 tons. I Work on the new plant of the Dry Concentrating company Is progressing satisfactorily. The excavations are com plete and the timber framing well ad vanced. I The Richmond mine will be sending 1 down about 150 tons of ore to the Porter mill next week. A sure indication of the increasing ore ! output is tho fact that the Porter mill I capacity Is to be increased by the addi-' tioii 01 another Huntington mill ana Wllfley concentrator. The Porter mill lias been running full time, out cannot begin to keep up with the ore supply. Lindner & trumrlno, the Snaue les sees, have 15 men in their employ and they are figuring on the purchase of a gasoline holster, which would enable them to push the work and employ more hands. Spencer, Scanlon & Co., lessees on the Snake 280-foot level, have their ground timbered complete and ready for con tinuous stopiug. U. Ulausen, ol the Charter Oak mill. has finished on a long run of Wicks ore and will next begin on 100 tons from J. llirsch's new property on Animas Peak. Y, 11. wayland had some ore assayed last week from the K. K. mine which gave returns of $10,000 per ton. The Wicks mine shipped a carload of first-class ore this week. I.u lli-lle DlBtrii l. it is reported that a rich strike made in some of tho claims under management of Chas. J. Dold. in upper Red River canon last week was the the It is said that the Edison lias been sold. This property has a large amount of good ore blocked out. the value of which lias been established by several shipments as fairly high grade milling ore, and is the best developed, and from present developments, the most valuable claim in the district and we hope to see something done with it soon. The force of men on the Cotton tunnel was Increased to two shifts 011 Mondav. This tunnel is the largest undertaking so far begun in the district and if pushed to completion will undoubtedly show up some line producing veins, cutting them at depths ranging from 100 to 1,000 feet. The tunnel starts Into the hill about half amilo above town and it is the in tention to bore into the hill 1,500 feet and run cross-cut tunnels each wav 1.000 feet, says the Cresset. Kllzahethtown Dlnfrii I. R. W. Hornbcck, general manager of the Challenge mine and mill, is pushing work on his associated enterprises. He expects a number of Colorado Springs people to look over tho camp soon. The Green Leaf, located on Albion hill last November by W. II. Maxev, R. C. Ellwood and P. H. Peterson,, prom ises to eclipse any claim on the hill. The owners have erected cabins, ore bias and a substantial shaft house and have sunk a shaft 40 feet. Thev have a 40- nch vein of pay quartz, about one half having assayed 83,705 per ton and the other half running 824 to 828. They have thus far taken out and saved for shipment about ten tons of the high grade ore or rather they will mill it at the Challenge mill if the process will treat it. If not, then thev will ship. If yon want the fattest and choicest beef, veal, mutton, lamb and pork, go to tho market of Bischoff & Muller. "Frctili Lolwtein, Shrimp," Black bass, catfish, frog logs, oysters and everything else in the market at the lton-Ton, Fischer & Co., every week. receive fresh vaccine 100 MISFIT SUITS, Which cost to order from 8:20 to 830, we offer at tho low price of 812.05. We suc ceeded in securing these suits from one of the best tailoring establishments in Chicago, at such low iigurcs, as to en able us to sell them at above bargain prices. Come now and get your first pick at tliein and we guarantee that any suit will fit as though it was made for you to order. Some other misfit suits at 810.85 all wool. They are well worth 818. Come early and get your size. SANTA FE MERCANTILE CO. BABGATjNTS iisr taps oouisrT-sr. For information regarding Taoa county mine, plaoer or lode, writs me. I have for aaleheap, especially adapted to colonization, A No. 1 farming lands with perpetual water right; 3,000 acres unsurveyed government land. W. GKELXilS, TAOS. THEE FirstKfational Bank OF Santa Fe, N. M. UNITED STATES DESIGNATED DEPOSITARY R. J. PALEN President. J. H. VAUGHN Cachior Royal maku the food pure, wholesome and delicto, I! FOYDEn Absolutely Pure KOVU BAKING POWMR CO., NEWVOflX, roa SALE BV H. B. CARTWRICHT & BRO. TERRITORIAL CHIP BASKET. The recent masquerade skating car nival at Silver City was highly enjoyed by the spectators as well as the parti cipants. A. W. Uiehleigh has sold his two story brick business house at Roswell to George Hess, late of Anna, 111. Consid eration, 82,100. . John IS. Gill, J. D. Lea, G. A. Rich' ardson and Nathan Jaffa havo been ap pointed commissioners lor the Trans mississippi exposition for Chaves coun ty. Mrs. I). Abraham has again become owner and taken charge of the Southern hotel at Silver City. The house will be refurnished1 throughout and again' opened to the public. Collector Diirusidc. of Grant county, has collected 35 per cent of the taxes due on January 1. 18!ts. thus making tho best showing of any collector in the ter ritory for the new year. The New Mexico Military Institute building at Roswell is receiving the finishing touches, ami when completed it will he the linest. and best building, for the money, ever put up in New Mex ico. Tom Parker, the turquois mining mag nate, has gone to London, England, to close the big deal on the turquois mines 12 miles from Silver City. These mines are the greatest producers of turquois in the world, says the Independent, Hillsboro claims to have the needed ho tels and other accommodations and would be very much pleased if Judire Parker would make that headquarters for the United States court in the Third judi cial district, The father of Master Mechanic C. M. Taylor, of the Santa Fe railway, died at Raton at 3 o'clock Monday morning of paralysis. Mr. Taylor was one of the oldest masteT mechanics of the Missouri Pacilic road, having held that position . for a great number of years. Tno body was taken to Sedalia. Mo., for inter ment, W. C. Wrigiey, of Raton, recently re ceived the Information that his little son, Price, had to undergo a surgical operation for an abcess on the, knee and have a piece of bone removed. The In jury to Price's knee was sustained last summer when he accidentally hit it with a hammer, which made him go lame for n few weeks, but seemed to have healed perfectly. Two of the class who appropriate other men's animals upon the ranges have been brought up with a round turn In Socorro county. At the recent term of court there, Michael Wolf and John Wilson, of Tularosa, Socorro county, were convicted of stealing goats belong ing to D. R. Brownoll and Erie Weis tram. They had got away with a good percentage o tho herds belonging to Messrs. Brownell and Weistrand when caught. The animals were found in the possession of the criminals with the original brands defaced and replaced by the brands of the thieves. Just received at Scheurlch's: G. H. Mumm's Ex. Dry, Chateau De Corbiac, Wachcnheimor and other imported wines, ' Fresh vaccine, points and tubes Just received at Fischer & Co. !