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SANTA FE, N. M., MONDAY. AUGUST 5. 1895. 5 NO 138 WAGNER &HAFFNER -DIAIEB8 IN ; nil k fliffl me BAPJK TH AMD STOVES. We have a full line of Picture Frames and Mouldings and in fact everything in the household line. We will furnish you from the parlor to the kitchen on easy payments and bedrock prices. We . carry the largest stock in the city. We repair all kinds of furni ture, sewing machines and muscal instruments. Remake mat tresses and all kinds of upholstering. TELEPHONE 41-0 Come and See Us! AT COR. BRIDGE & WATER STS. WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF O-ZROCEIRIIECS, :f:ro visions. FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. Ol It CO INFECTION ARIKN Our special aim is to please everyone with reasonable prices and as good an article as the market affords. There is nothing better than BADEN'S BEST FLOUR. ELGIN CREAMERY BUTTER. MONARCH BRAND CANNED GOODS. S. S. MULUER fe -DEALERS IN- Stan i mm Hel -AMD PBOPBIETOB8 OV- BANTA IP EI VHEHM BBRAD, PIES ASH CAKES. AGENTS FOR- Boss Patent Flour. Club House Canned Goods. Hesston Creamery Butter. Careful attention given to special orders for cakes and pastry. Campers' supplies packed free of charge. Call and examine our stock and gee our low prices. WHOLESALE Office and Warehouse Qanta Fo, Razors ought to bo of the finest Bteel and so capable of taking and keeping a keen edge. Oar friend finds his razor all right, of oourse, because it is one he bought here. No one has any use for a poor razor. To attempt to shave with one is inflicting self punishment. We guarantee our razors to be Al in every case. They never fail to give absolute satisfaction to every purohaser. Shaving outfits like ours are cheap at $3. It is the same with all our cutlery. Our prices are the lowest in town for first-class goods. W. H. COEBEL, Catron Block - Santa Fe. ARE ALWAYS FKESK. BEATY. WALKER. BAKERY. Phone 53 3 DEALER IS Lower 'Frisco St. New Mexico. NATIONAL CAPITAL BUDGET, State Department Not Excited Over Reported Hawaiian Filibustered in California; Naval Offioials Relieved that No Amer icans Were Massacred in China All Quiet in Jackson Hole Country. Washington, Aug. 5. The report of the organization of a large filibustering ex pedition at San Franoisoo, to attack the Hawaiian government and re-enthrone the queen, has given no eonoern at the state department fort -the rea.ion that several similar publications recently have, it is said, been shown after careful investigation to have been groundless. It is not donbted that some person or persons in San FrauoiBCO have been en oouraging the idea that they were en gaged in organizing snoh expeditions, bat their motives are believed to be a desire to achieve notoriety for some ulterior reason. That the last motive may be the oorreot one in this last case is suspected at the department from the faot that the organizer has ingeniously asked eaeh ap plicant for enlistment to pat np $16, ostensibly for clothing and arms. QIJIIT AMONG HIE INDIANS. A telegram, received to-day from Gen. Coppinger's headquarters, says that three scouts from the Black Kock creek eoun try report all quiet among the Indians. Private advioes at the department say that there is more danger from the white men attacking the Indians than from the Indians taking the offensive. CHIEF EXAMINES OF LAND CLAIMS. Daniel Webster, of Wisconsin, has been appointed ohief examiner of land claims in the interior department. POSTMASIEB APPOINTED IN TEXAS. The president has appointed E. M. T. Tate postmaster at Sulphur Springs, Texas. NO AMEBIOANS WXBE INJUBED. A statement from United States Min ister Denby and Consul General Jernigan, that no Americans were injured in the attaok by the Chinese mob upon the mis sionaries at Qn Cheng, relieves onr navy department from the neoessity of order ing Amerioan naval forces to the scene of the trouble, although the incident will undoubtedly form the subject of another demand upon the Chinese government for reparation and indemnity for the outrage upon the property rights of American missionaries. Stabbed Forty-two Times. City of Mexico, Aug. S. An' autopsy has been held upon the body of Jesus 01- mos Oontreras, the assassinated congress man and journalist. It revealed the fact that he had been stabbed forty-two times iu the ohest and would probably have been stabbed oftener had not one of the daggers been broken in the mnecles. The indications are that the murder was an act of private vengeance. BUSINESS OF THE BANKS. Funds for Moving Crops in Demand A Review of finance for the Past Week. New York, Aug. 5. The New York Financier says: A decrease of $1,077,400 in the excess reserve carried by the as sociated banks of this city is a favorable feature of the bank statement made lor the week ending August 8. The changes in cash holdings were unimportant. Had it not been for the expansion in loans the reserve would have swelled something like a million dollars. A large part of this gain undoubtedly came from the in terior movement, which is maintained in a larger volume than has been anticipated, but money rates, in view of the long pre dicted advanoe, are very tempting and shrewd borrowers are taking advantage of the opportunity which may not occur again. The demand for discounts from the west and south is also increasing and some Urge sums have been plaoed within the past few days. The treasury is preparing for the busi ness whioh it will be called to do in the way of transferring funds by telegraph as they are oalled for. The rates for funds have shown no material change, although the gold ex ports have complicated the situation to some extent. Exports of speoie from the port of New York for the week amounted to $1,- 538,100 in gold and $752,845 in silver. The importB were: Gold $141,600; silver, $15,446; dry goods, $3,150,726; genoral merchandise, $6,090,108. Indignant Europeans. Shanghai, Aug. 5. At a crowded meet ing to-day of the European residents in this oity speeches condemning the action of the Chinese authorities regarding the massaore of the missionaries at What Han, near DuCheng, on Thursday last, were made and a resolution was adopted to appeal directly to the European gov ernment against Chia. EXPLORERS FROZEN. Such Is the Message Brought to Ta eoma by Pigeons from the Mountain Climbers. Tncoma, Wash., Aug. 6. Homing pigeons, sent out by the Union club with the mountain climbers, have returned with messages stating that Fred R. Cow dert, Walter M. Bostworth and Fred Evans have been bndly frozen in at tempting to reach the summit of Mt. Taooma. The messages state that the wind is blowing a gale, The pigeons were released at the height of 12,000 feet. , DRUG STORE CLOSED. House or T. II- Burgess Hon, at Al buquerque, In the Hands of the Sheriff. Denver, Aug. 6. A special to the Times from Albuquerque, N. M., says: The drug tore of Dr. T. H. Burgess A Son is in the hands ot Sheriff Hubbell, who served an attachment in favor of the Bank of Com merce of this oity for nearly $5,000. Grant Burgess, manager, says that the stock will invoice about $15,000 and that the indebtedness amounts to about $7,000. Last week the Trigg Jewelry Co. olosed sp. " Kothlng to (iiarrel About. London, Aug. 5. The Times in discus sing bimetallism says that France is not likely to acoept any ratio but lolrj to 1. Freed From Inttiang. Mary vale, W'yo., Ang. 5. By courier to Market Lake. Gen. Coppiuger is now satisfied that the Jackson Hole country ib froed from Indians. PUMPING GOLD. Nueeess in Colorado Knterprlses that Could Be Worked In Blew Mexico. Colobado Spbinos, Colo., August 5. The North Amerioan Gold company has granted a number of new licences for the erection of plants for the operation of the Pearce filters. Among them are J. C. Meyers, for the Paoino const below 8an. Franoisoo, and one for a plant between Kansas City and Florence, in the Arkan sas valley. The Carbon Gold Frecipi tating company has granted a franchise license to a well known business firm at Oaeanside, San Diego, California, to con struct a large plant on the Pacific ocean beach. Another plant will also be erected at Yuma, Ariz., which will operate on the Colorado river. The Phillip B. mine, in West Colorado Springs, is now producing 74,880 gnllons per day, or 312 tons, which run 10 cents per ton in gold. With the present plant, the Pearce process is saving $IS1 20 evury 24 hoars from this amount of water. GRANT LANDS. (Secretary Mmith Makes an Important Ruling A Turn Mown for the Bailroads. Washington, Aug. 5. Sec. Hoke Smith has rejeoted indemnity list No. 24 of the Southern Pacifio Bailway company for 4,444 acres of land in the Stockton, In dependence, Visalia, San Francisco and Los Angeles districts in California. The list is rejeoted because the lands so chosen were covered by expired but un cancelled pre-emption filings at the date of the attachment of the rights of the railroad. The case is an extremely important one. Heretofore the practice has been that if a pre-emption filing within the limits of an indemnity grant had expired the land be came subject to the grant, although the entries were uncancelled. The new ruling is based on the decision of the supreme oonrt at its last term in the case of Whit ney vb. Taylor, and the effect will be to restore a large amount of land to the public domain. Bobbed the Hangman. Napoleon, Ohio, Aug. 5. Owen Dela ney, an old citizen in jail here for having murdered his wife at Desler, Ohio, a week ago, hanged himself in his cell last night. The evidenoe was overwhelming against him. Desperado Captured. Wichita, Kas., Ang. 5. Diok Yeagor, alias Zip Wyatt, the most daring des. perado in the Indian Territory, was cap tured Sunday near Sheridan, Okla., after a desperate fight. SILVER DEMOCRATS. Already Twenty-live Stoles Arc Booked to Join In the National Conference. Memphis, Tenn., Aug. 5. Senator Harris, on being asked concerning the conference of bimetalliets in Washington Angust 14, said that letters had been re ceived from representatives of about twenty-five states announcing their par pose to attend the conference. It would undoubtedly, he said, be a representative conference of Demoorats and its aotion would be of the greatest importance. It was intended to be the first step toward a thorough, complete and systematic or ganization of the Democratic bimetal lists within the party and with a view of influencing party aotion. Silver Demo crats in every state ia the Union, he said, should see that there is a fair representa tion sent from their respective states. Senator Harris left for Washington yes terday where he will be joiued in a few days by Senator Jones, of Arkansas, and other senators who are eo-operating with him in bringing about the proposed con ference. Hold Withdrawn. New York, Aug. 5. One hundred and fifty thousand dollars of gold has been withdrawn from the sub-treasury for shipment to Europe by the steamship, Aller, to-morrow. JOURNALIST ABDUCTED. Prominent Mexico Newspaper Man Kidnapped and Forced into the Army Released by Presi dent Bias, Oaxaca, Mexico, Aug. 6. Dairo Perez, one of the most prominent journalists in southern Mexioo, has returned to this oity after a mysterious absence of several months. He was publishing a news paper called "El Estado de Oaiaoa" and indulged in severe oritioisms of state offioials. One night he was kidnapped and taken to Yaoatan, where he was forced into the federal army. He suc ceeded in Bending a letter to President Diaz, in which the faots of bis abduotion were given. President Diaz promptly ordered him released and Bent him a present of $100. Nevcnty-Flvo Houses Burned. Berlin, Md., Aug. 6. In a fire last nlfrhf. Bvnt.v-flsn houses were bnrned. The loss is $200,000, with $25,000 insur ance. , JUSTICE IN NEW YORK. Brutal Murderer of a Woman Elec trocuted at Mine Ming. Sing Sing, Aug. 5. Richard Leach was electrocuted at 10:16 to-day. Leaeh killed Mary Hope, of Newark, his mis tress, after frequent quarrels, on acoount of attentions paid to the woman by her unole, S. H. Moore. The crime was com mitted on November 18, 1894. After out ting the woman's jugular vein, Leach tried to oomtnit suioide by cutting his throat with the same knife. HOARDING WHITE METAL. Silver Men Lay Much Stress Upon Significant Action of Lank of France. Belief That Consumption of Silver Ex ceeds the Supply and That the De mand Will Soon Be Urgent. Denver, Ang. 5. A special to the Times from New York says: The silver men are laying a good deal of stress on the fact that the Bank of France in its weakly statements shows a steady decrease in its gold boldl js and a steady increase in its silver holdings. It is noted that as the Bank of France began to accumulate gold, it let its silver holdings decline. Now the reverse process is going on. It is also noted that the Bank of France's movements ia the past have generally been in advance of other nations. The faot that silver is being need by 800,000, 000 people, while gold has been steadily hoarded, give the silver men a strong be lief that the consumption of silver is be yond the present production and that the demand for the metal must aoon be ur gent. Electricity as a Motive Power. Philadelphia, Aug. 5. The Biiooesaful use of electricity ns a motive power on steam roads has led the Baldwin Locomo tive works and the Westiughoase Electric & Manufacturing company to effect a combination for the development of ap paratus for the operation of steam roads by electricity. AN IRRIGATION LAW. One to Be Brawn and l.nld Before the National Meeting at Albnqucnine. Los Angeles, Cal., Aug. 5. Secretary Atles, of the national oommittee of the ir rigation congress, says that a bill similar to the Wright act, which was recently declared unconstitutional, will be pre sented for approval at the oongress to be held in September at Albuquerque. Since the recent decision of Judge Hoes. on the validity of the matter in question, there has been a great deal of cor respondence between people of the conn try interested iu irrigation. It is expected that at the coming con gress an net will be prepared with a view to having it adopted in as many of the states of the arid west as may be. It will be drawn in some respecta like the present Wright irrigation law, but will have eliminated from it such features as woqld probably cause the courts to de cide against its validity. MISSOURI SILVER WINGS. Democratic White IHetnl C. -invention To-morrow Menator C'orkrell and 'Silver Ulelt" Bland on the Uronnd. Kansas City, Aug. 5. A special to the Star from Pertle Springs, Mo., says: "Silver Diok" Bland arrived here this morning to lead the forces and frame the resolutions which will be adopted by the Democratic silver convention to-morrow. Barring Senator Cockrell, who lives here, Bland ia the only star attraction on the ground. Bland had not been here an hour before he was ont in an emphatic declara tion to his trusted friends that the time had arrived when silver men should as same control of the party maohinery. . The state central oommittee will meet in the morning to decide upon a tempor ary organization of the convention, which will be convened at noon. The committee will probably name Bland for temporary ohairman. Gov. Stone, it is believed, can have the permanent chair manship if he wants it. A scheme was developed to-day, whereby the silver men intend to secure the state machinery and a majority of the state committee. The plan is to let the present oommittee re main and to eleot one new member from each congressional district and three from the state at large, making a oom mittee of thirty-four members instead of sixteen, as at present constituted. DEATH OF MRS. TALMAGE. Second Wife of the Noted Brooklyn Uivlne Fatalities in the Family. Dansville, N. Y., Aug. 5. Mrs. T. De witt Talmage died here at 5:30 this morn ing. Since the burning of the Brooklyn tabernacle, last year, Mrs. Talmage has suffered from nervous prostration and she never fully recovered from the shook. Dr. Talmage went into the burning edi fice for something he had left behind, and, during his absence, Mrs. Talmage became greatly excited. When informed that he was all right, she broke down completely. She was removed to the Danville sani tarium about a year ago. The deceased was the second wife of Talmage. His first wife was drowned while boating iu 1862, leaving a daughter, Miss JeBsie, and a son, who has since died. Within two years afterward, the dootor married Misa Susie Whittemore, of Brooklyn. She be came the mother of five children. In Advanced Years Bood's Sarssparilla is often of great value In giving the strength so much desired. Mr. W. Q. Wymsn ot Saratoga, Cal., had large banco, oalled a tumor, on his right breast. He took Hood's Banpss rilla whioh gave him new life and vigor and the pain and all traces ot tumor have wholly disappeared. He says: "Five bot tles did the work. It Is literally true, Hood's Oarsaparllla cures. We also think Hood's Pills ths best. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOWTEE.Y PURE SIGNIFICANT CIRCULAR. Pensioners in Hansom 1'ixed to le- mand (old in Payment of their Checks. Topeka, Kas., Aug? 5. The following oiroular was distributed among the old soldiers' of Topeka and Shawnee county, who this morning visited the U. S. pen sion office to draw their quarterly allow ance from the government: "Comrades, halt; yon are entitled to gold in payment of yonr checks. Demand it. Do not ac cept depreciated ourrenoy." The circular was evidently prepared by a bimetallism who wants to show that there is not enough gold in bank to pay pension ers alone, aside from doing other busi ness. Intended for Booscvelt. New York, Aug. 5. What is believed to be an infernal machine was discovered in the mailing department of " the postoflice to-day, addresaed to Theodore Roosevelt, central police office. The box looked saspioious and an investigation disclosed a large cartridge with a fuse attached. WORK OF LIGHTNING. Fatalities Attending; a Thunder Mtorin in New York Twenty Persons I'roHtrnted in a Church. New York, Aug. 5. Several Bevere squalls, accompanied by lightning and a heavy downpour of rain, struck this city last evening. Two men were drowned by the capsizing of a yacht at the Narrows, Two adults and one child were drowned la East River. A trolley oar in the an nexed district was straok by lightning and half a dozen person were injured. The wind blew sixty miles per hour. CHUBOII STBOCK BY LIOHININO. Quakerstown, Pa. The Methodist church was struck by lightning yesterday and twenty persons prostrated. Minnie Franois is in a critical condition. Dr. Bowman had just pronounced the benedio tion when the bolt struck the belfry wreoking the building. RUINED BY CONTINUOUS BAINS. Yokohama. Contiguous rains have ruined the rice crop iu many parts of Japan and a famine is feared. Many lives have already been lost and the dam age is enormous. TI1K Jl A It Si K i t. New York, Aug. 5, Money on call nominally easy at 1 per cent; prime mercantile paper, 8 4. Silver, 66; lead, $3.37. Kansas Oity. Cattle, best steady; oth ers lower; Texas steers, $2.50 $3.80; Texas cows $2.00 ($ $2.75; beef steers, $3.25 $5.40; native cows, $1,50 $2.25; Btookers and feeders, $2.10 $135; balls, $1.50 $2.65. Sheep, steady. Chicago. Cattle, best steady; others 10 oents lower. Sheep, steady. Chicago. Wheat, August, 67; Sep tember, 68; corn, August, 10; Sep tember, 41; oats, Angust, 20,; Septem ber, 20. NEW MEXICO NEWS. Mrs. Geo. W. Lane will arrive at Eddy in about ten days from the east. On August 11 the Eddy ball club will run a special train to Koswell. Brother David is said to have been superseded in the management of the Brothers' sohool iu Las Vegas, he being reduoed to a subordinate position, nfter seven years of patient and intelligent effort to build up an institution of learn ing that would indeed be a credit to the Academy ot OUR LADY OF LIGHT, COSDUOIID BY THE SISTERS OF IORETTO, S A. ITT A. FE, NEW MEXICO. TEBHM t-Ronrd and tuition, per month. SO. OO: Tuition of day scholars, to MS per mouth, according to grade. Music, iiistmmriitnl mill vocal, painting in oil and wator colors, on chirm, etc., form extra charges. For prospeottiB or further information, apply to Mother Francisca Lamr, Superior. The Xext neon! on Boglna me mtember 9. BftEdn city. The name of his successor is Brother Marcelian, of Santa Fe. Las Vegas Optic. The big rise in the Pecos reached its highest point at Eddy last Sunday. The high water mark was recorded at Eddy dam the previous morning. The Hood was easily passed through the great reser voirs without damage, thanks to the caution which led to the making of the great spillways leading from the upper sides of the sheets of water. Flavel Bimonson has constructed a model of a new ore ornsher of original design, upon whioh he proposes to apply for a patent. The advantages claimed for it nre that it is a better feeder than any other style of crusher, and that it will crash muoh finer. The action of the jaw ie a slanting motion under powerful leverage of a convex against a concave surface. There are other special features that can only be described by an export. Cerrillos Rustier. An improved variety of cotton has been planted experimentally on a part of the Greene vineyard tract, and is making rapid growth. Cotton has matured at Eddy and Roswell. In the Texas part of the valley, at Barstow, a hundred miles below Eddy, fine crops ore raised for market by irrigation, but the farmers hereabouts, having come from oorn, wheat and stock producing states, are not likely to tnke to cotton, in which there is not sufficient profit anywhere. Eddy Argus. Yesterday afternoon Coroner Prada re ceived a telegram from Prudenoio Lopez, of San Miguel, stating that Jaan Garcia had been found dead near that place, Wednesday afternoon, it. being supposed that he was murdered. Susano Garcia, a brother of the dead man arrived from thero last evening and says that Junn left the house about 2 o'clock in the after noon and about an hour after, his body was found about 500 yards from the house. He seems to have been shot, and must have been whittling n stick when shot, as a freshly whittled one and a knife were found near him showing that his murderers shot him without warning. Sheriff Hilario Romero, Judge Wooster and Coroner Prada went down to the scene of the murder on last evening's train. Las Vegas Examiner. The ver dict of the coroner's jary was that the deoeased came to his doath from a gun shot wound inflicted by unknown hands. .Tndcre T. O. Fnller. nf thft Rnnninl nrinrf. of private land claims, and son, Jones ruiier, arrivea in ttio city last night, and registered nt Stnrges' European from North Carolina. The first thing the judge did this morning was to hire a horse and vehicle, nnd both hn nnrl Ann saw Albuquerque as they were driven through the principal streets. The son will enter the Territorial University in September. Albuquerque Citizen. Win, French will in a few days ship two train loads of cattle from the southern part of the territory to his ranges in this county. Manager Hughes, of the W S cattle, says he never saw cattle looking finer and the range in better condition than at present. Springer Stockman. The new summer resort at Hudson hot springs will be oonstraoted as muoh as possible oat of oemeat from Rinooa and the contraot has been ltt to builders in that town. The first ripe grapes were on the Los Angeles and Eddy markets the same week this season. So the Pecos valley is ns early in maturing grapes as Cali fornia. Mrs. Ash, of Raton, is confined in the county jail at Springer, as being con nected with the gang charged with whole sale robberies there. Loopio Romero reports that the mer chants of Wagon Mound have handled 2,000,000 pouuds of wool this season. Colfax county never had brighter pros pects than just at present. The assessed valuation of Grant county is $3,650,000.