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VOL. 32. SANTA FE, N. M., MONDAY. AUGUST 12 1895. NO 144 DAILY J" !L.i..3j' "DIALIB FURNrniBE & QIHSWARE HARDWARE, THE A! STOVES. I have a full line of Picture Frames and Mouldings and in fact everything in the household line. I will furnish you from the parlor to the kitchen on easy payments and bedrock prices. I carry the largest stock in the city. I repair all kinds of furni ture, sewing machines and musical instruments Remake mat tresses and all kinds of upholstering. .Q TELEPHONE Come and See TJs ! AT COR. BRIDGE & WATER STS. ' WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF G-ROOERIES, no"V"isioisrs. FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. OUR CONPECTIONAKIKH 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. MULLER & -DEALERS IN- -AHD PBOFMXTOU8 OF- S-A-ZCTT-A. PB VHEHH BKRAM. 11 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 Gin aifl Prims Office and Warehouse Lower 'Frisco St. Oanta Fo, - " New Mexico Hard wear indeed, bo hard that there is Dot much wear left for his clothes, what ever may be said of the man. But there is plenty of ware and hardware too, left in oar great stook. Facts tell and every body knows that oar display of hardware discounts everything in town. Kitchen ware, ironware, tinware, cutlery,farm and garden implements, everything is here, and whatever is here is selling at a lower price than yon can find anywhere else. Do not forget that every article we keep in stock is not only low priced, but a gilt edged value. You owe it to yourself to get the most for your money. Fay your j ust debt to No. 1, which means, among other things, come and see us. W. H. COEBEL, Catron Block - Santa Fe. IN- AUK ALWAYS 'UKK. BEATY. WALKER, BAKBBY. ... t KB ASM CAKES. Phone 53 EI OEALEB IN ,rlAMES IN PHILADELPHIA. Quaker City Visited by One of the Fiercest Conflagrations in Its History To-day. Immense Paper Box Factory and Many Dwellings Burned Fire Depart ment SlowWater Supply Deficient Loss Over $500,000. Philadelphia, Aeg. 12. One of the neroest fires that ever visited this city originated at 8:30 this morning in the rear of the paper box faotory of Brown, Bailey & Brown, 412 Franklin street. The building, five stories high and extending through to Eighth street, is a complete loss. The faotory was surrounded by small dwellings. The flames leaped aoross Willow street to the dwellings on the sonth side of that thoroughfare and are rapidly eating their way through to Cal low Hill street, a block south. A strong breezejrom the northwest is blowing the flames and it seems almost impossible to save the dwellings on the south Bide of Willow street, between Franklin Bnd Eighth streets. The dwellings and stores on Eighth street, north of Willow, are BURNING FIERCELY. It is reported that three employes were burned to death in the box factory, bat this can not be verified. The flames are spreading rapidly, and the block, bounded by Franklin, Willow, Eighth and Callow Hill streets, will probably bo a total loss. In the rear of Brown's faotory and facing on Eighth street was Buck & Co's big gas fixture and ohandelier factory. This firm carried a big stock and its loss will be heavy. Yeager fc Davis' big oobI yarl on the southeast corner of Eighth and Willow streets is burning at this hour, 10:30 a. m. Several firemen, overcome by the intense heat, were removed to the hos pital. The loss at this writing is about $500,000. GBEiT PHILADELPHIA VIBE IN DETAIL. The fire Btarted at 8:30, but it was nearly 9 before an engine responded to the alarm. The delay proved disastrous. The firemen turned their attention to saving the adjoining bnildings, but the supply of water was inadequate and it looked for a time as if the whole block, hounded by Franklin, Eighth, Willow and Callow Hill streets, would be swept away. i he firemen worked heroically until 11:15, whflu the fire was under oontrol. The prinoipal losers are Brown & Bailey and Buck & Co. The former's loss will reach $150,000, with insurance of $100,000. Buck & Co's loss is between $100,000 and $125,000, with insurance of between $75,000 and $80,000. Yeager & Bro., coal dealers, place their loss at about $20,000, while the loss on burned dwellings is about $50,000. Several firemen were hurt, bnt none fatally. TO-DAY'S CONDENSATION In Utah the district court has declared that women have the right to .vote for the ratification or rejection of the new constitution and also for the officers of the proposed state. The statement of the condition of the treasury shows: Available cash balance, $183,382,323; gold reserve, $103,031,101. The exports of specie from the port of New York for the past week am'ounted to $2,008,800 in gold and $897,618 in silver. Ihe imports for the week were: Gold, $10,931; silver, $58,160; dry goods, $3, 078,192; general merchandise, $7,231,166. ASSUMES JURISDICTION. Opening; Skirmish of Legal Ulanta In Atlantic A Pacille Keeoivershlp Vase at Albuquerque. Denver, Aug. 12. A special to the Times from Albuquerque says: The first mortgage bondholders' application for separate receivers for the Atlantic & Paoiflo division of the Santa Fe system was called to-day before Judge Collier. Judge Sterry, general counsellor for the Atlantio .fc Paoiflo, who is resisting the application, argued that the court had no jurisdiction, especially daring vacation. Gen. John W. Noble and F. G. Uennings, counsellors for the Atlantic & Paoifio re organization committee and the Union Trust company, argued that the court had jurisdiction. The court sustained the latter, after whiob a recess was taken until to-morrow. RED FLAG AT PITTSBURG. Italian Strikers Attack Men at Work -Strong Kesistance Several In jured on Both Sides. Pittsburg, Aug. 12. One hundred Italian laborers, formerly employed by Booth & Flinn on street improvements, now on a strike for an advance of 25 cents per day, attacked the workmen on the Squirrel Hill this morning. The workmen made strong resistance, and several were injur ed in both orowds, bnt none fatally. The poliee captured twenty-one rioters march ing under a red flag. NORTH CAROLINA RIOTERS. Notice a Given Out In Colored Church ea Canae the Oricunlaatlon of a Negro molt In Wlnatou. - Winston, N. C, Aug. 12. It was given ont in the oolored ehurohes yesterday that an attempt was to be made to lynch Arthur Tattle, a negro, on trial here for the murder of Policeman Viokers last May. After churoh, 150 negroes marched to the jail, armed with pistols and guns. Mayor Gray assured the negroes that there was no danger of a lynching, but many of the mob refased to leave. Sheriff Mcs.rtb.or ordered out the Forsythe rifle men and swore in a number of deputies. The mob began firing at the ofiloers, sev eral of whom were struck with bird shot, bnt none were seriously wounded. The riflemen fired several volleys into the orowd, causing the negroes to disperse in quiok order. Fourteen rioters were ar rested. . v ; elected Speaker. London. Aug. 12. William 0. Cully, mumher of -narliament for Carlisle, was Ire-elected speaker of the house of com mon without opposition. Colorado Marshal Killed. Denver, Aug. 12. A special to the Times from Victor, Colo,, says: Marshal Wm. Shea, when attempting to arrest Patrick Gibson for disturbing the peace, was shot and killed by the latter's brother, Bill Gibson. The -Gibsons es caped and a posse is pursuing tliuin. The Gibsons are deputy sheriffs. SILVER MEN WIN. Ilrlce Hcaten In II in Home County IliinctalllHm In Km-ope. Lima, Ohio, Aug. 12. The free silver men succeeded in getting the best of the day at the home of Senator Brice nt the convention. Seven out of the ten dele gates chosen from Allen county to the Democratic state convention nre for free silver. The silver men seem to have caught their opponents unawares. They claim to have also carried the Lorain connty Demooratio convention. THE FOBEION SITUATION. London. The bitnei-!lio question seems again ooming to the. front. Hitherto the German government's action has not been regarded in financial circles here ns a serious attempt to denl with the ques tion, but as only intended to quiet the df lands of the agrariau party iu (ier- '. Un the other nanu tlio Associated PressiB informed by the omcials of the bimetallic league in London that advices which have been received there leave no room for doubt that there is a general de sire among the Berlin authorities to promote an international monetary con ference which would not be merely one of a dootrinal character, but wh-.eh would aim at practical results. There is no doubt that the London gold men have been taken aback by the large number of members of the present British cabinet who are bitnetallists. For the same rea sons the bimetallic lengue is greatly elated and is prosecuting a more extend ed agitation throughout the industrial and agricultural centers of the country. It is distributing literature broadcast, while its agentB are very active in push ing their propaganda, which, moreover, is having the co-operation of some labor leaders. GREAT CORN CROP. Kcvincd FisnrcH Showing the Stale of the Hrend Stalls Product of the Nntion. Washington, Aog. 12. The report of the statistician of the department of ag riculture shows the condition of crops Augntit 1, showing an improvement in corn in July from 99.3 to 102.6. The averages for some or the large and prin cipal states are: Ohio, 89; Kentucky, 113; Indiana, 100; Illinois, 106; Missouri, 115; Kansas, 90; Nebraska, 76; Virginia, 102; North Carolina, 98; Georgia, 108. The condition of spring wheat has fallen since the last report 6.3 per cent, being 95.9, against 102.2 for the month of July. The conditions by stntes are as follows: Michigan, 69; Illinois, 63; rt'is cousin, 87; Minnesota, 102; Iowa, 111; Kansas, CO; Nebraska, ?!); Sonth. Dakota, 91; North Dakota, 101; Washington, 75) Oregon, 91; California, 73. The condition of oats has advanced l. per cent since the last report, being 85.5 against 81.2, July 1. Spring rye conditions are 81 against 77 in July, while barley has fallen to 87.2 from 91.9 in July. PEACE TO HIS LONG SLEEP. Funeral of the l-ate Justice .IneUson l.aixely Attended ut NaMhville To-day. Nashville, Tenn,, Aug. 12. The funeral of Justice Howell Edmunds Jackson oc curred to-day at Belle Meade, the famous home of his brother, Gen. W. H. Jackson, six miles west of this city, in the pres ence of many distinguished men from a distance, and a very large concourse of personal friends. The services were conducted by Rev. J. II. MoNeilly, of the Presbyterian churoh, and Rev. R. T. Lin- cave, of the Christian churoh. NERVY DEPUTY MARSHAL. Single-Handed He Held a Unas of Oklahoma Outlaws with His Winchester. Kansas City, Aug. 12. A speoial to the Star from Eufalia, I. T., says: The out laws expected here to day rode into town a few minutes ago. Deputy Marshal Johnson encountered them alone and with aWinchester held them in place until 0eputy Sheriff Weeks, of Hancock, O. T.. and a posse came up. The gang was completely surprised. They were disarmed of their Winchesters and pistols and proved to be the men wanted. They are eharged with all the crimes from horsestealing to murder. Otllcet Grant Johnson will take them to Fort Smith to answer for recent depredations in the Creek Nation, after which they can be tried by the Oklahoma authorities. ACCIDENTALLY KILLED. A New York Millionaire Attempts to Clean His Plrtol with Fatal Consequences. New York, Aug. 12. Edward M. Cam eron, 'a millionaire, was found dead last night, and it was supposed that heart disease caused his death. The Ooroner'e inquest to-day, however, developed the fact that when he was cleaning a pistol in his room, yesterday afternoon, the weapon was accidentally discharged and the bullet passed through his heart. TUB MAKKKTS. New York, Ang. 12. Money on call nominally easy at 1 per cent; prime mercantile paper, 3$ 1. Silver, 66; lead, $3.37'. Chicago. Cattle, best, steady; others, 5 to 100 lower. Sheep, quiet at last week's olosing prices. - Kansas City. Cattle, market steady for best, others weak; Texas steers, $2.50 $3.75; Texas eows, $2.00 $2.70; beef steers, $1.00 $5.50; native eows, $1.28 $3 20; stockers and feeders, $2.15 3.85: bulls, $2.00 $2.75. Sheep, steady ; lambs, $1.00 $5.10; muttons, $3.00 $3.50. Chicago. -Wheat, August, 65; Septem ber, 65. Corn, A ngnst, BG; Septem ber. mK. Oats. Annual, 19: September. PAGANS AND MISSIONARIES. United States and England Urged to Intervene in Behalf of Their Subjects in China. State Department Fully Alive to the Situation Views of Minister Denby Navy Department Has Or dered Detroit to Foo Chow. Specinl Tieii-Tsin Dispatch. Copyrighted 1M15 by the Associated l'ress. Tien-Tsin, China, Aug. 12. A meeting of foreign residents of this city was held here to-day. It was decided to communi cate by cable the necessity of the imme diate intervention in China of the United Stntes and British governments, and the following telegram was addressed to the Associated Press: "The foroign community of Tien-Tsin express sympathy with the friends of the Ku Cheng victims. They consider the Chinese officials guilty and the British and Americans blame the continued apathy of theirgovernoieuts for the situa tion. They regard England's demands for an inquiry into the Ku Cheng massa cre to be useless, for, as before, the offi cials will buy innocent heads as substi tutes for the actual criminals. They pro test that the Czechuen coinniisbion im plicated the officials of that province, liny In nd and America must send an ulti matum threatening reprisals. Diplomacy is nseless. We implore attention. Signed, Dickenson, chairman." STATE DEPARTMENT ALIVE TO SITUATION. Washington. Acting Secretary Adee, of the state department, to-day scanned the Associated Press cable from Tien Tain, and said that nothing of the kind had been received nt the state depart ment. He furnished the following state ment: The state department has re ceived a reply from Minister Denby to instructions, cabled him on the 7th iust., relative to the reported looting of the American missionary property at Yang Foh, near Foo Chow. Minister Denby urgently represented the facts to the yauion on the 10th, aud obtained in stant promises of protection and redress. Yung Fun is bolieved by the officers of the state department to be the same as Sung Full and log Hok, men tioned in the press telegrams, the varia tions in name being doubtless due to erroneous transmission over the trans Siberian cable, iu tho course of which many transcriptions and repetitions are necessary. WHAT THE NAVY DEPARTMENT IS DOING. Acting Secretary MoAdoo, of the navy department, dictated the following: "The navy department received this morning from Admiral Carpenter a cablegaam an nouncing that he had dispatched the De troit to Foo Chow, the nearest poiut for that vessel to reaoh the scene of the near est disturbance. A cable was received this morning from Capt. Newell, commanding the De troit, pnnonncing his arrival to-day at Pagoda anchorage, about nine miles be low the eity of Foo Chow. Another cable has also been received from Admiral Carpenter, announcing his departure from Nagasaki for Che Foo, China. Che Foo is the nearest and best port for communication with the Ameri can minister at Pekin. . The department has again to-day cabled Admiral Carpenter regarding matters iu China and advising him to keep in close and constant communication with Min ister Denby." A dispatch from Denby indicates that the American minister does not share the views of other citizens in China, who think that reprisals should be made. A high official of the navy said to-day that it would not be right for United States war vessels to begin bombarding Chinese towns and killing Chinese people, who are entirely innocent, because these riots have taken place in the interior, especially since the Chinese government has already assured our minister that everything possible is being done to pre vent further trouble aud to bring the of fenders to justice. Another lloily Iteeovered. New York, Aug. 12. The body of another victim of the West Broadway dis aster, the fourteenth thus fur, was un earthed to-day. Suicide of an Old Soldier. Camp Douglass, Wis., Aug. 12. Philip Spinner, of troop B, U. S. cavalry, who has been in the service twenty-nine years, committed snicide in camp at 8 o'clook this morning by shooting himself through the heart. The body was shipped to Fort Sheridan. Spinner served under Goneral Merritt in the "fighting fifth" during the Indian wars in the west. Coehitl IMntrlet Culling. Several heavy mining deals tnat will be of material interest to Bland nre on foot. The Lone Star people have added sev eral burros to their pack train. The telephone has been removed from Codington fc Finch's store to the post oflioe building. Thos. Lowth'itn,, Henry Woods and Wm. Middleton are expeoted in camp in a few days. , Next week the Cochili Mining A Reduc tion Works company will pay their work men off in full, and then our oitizens will be happy. The Beckman stamp mill is running night and day on ore from the Lone Stnr. That the mill is a success is proved be yond a doubt. The Little Mollie mine is pushing work rapidly and taking out a good quality of ore whioh they are packing to the Beckman stamp mill. On Monday night of this week Milt. Cunningham, while attempting to cross the gulch on a foot log, slipped and fell, sustaining serious injury from which he has since been suffering. With the Beckman stamp mill running full blast night and day, the Santa Fe fc Coehiti railway soon to be bnilt, smelters to be erected at Cerrillos and at the river, mines-working to their full capacity, the Crown Point shipping a car load of ore to Pueblo daily, Bland is rapidly oomiug to the front. Keep your eye on Bland, if you want to make money. Bland Herald. ; Veteian JournitllNt Head San Francisco, Aug. 12. Frank M. Pixley, the veteran editor and politician, died here last night after a lingering ill ness. He came to California forty years ago and was one of the moBt prominent men in the state. Four years Ago Pilley wns forced to retire from active journalism through nervons prostration and writer's paraly sis, lie was 70 years old. Ills fortune is estimated at $1,000,000. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report lOVfeS fill 1 1 aa7 sm ujmm Ae&owteev pure NEW MEXICO NEWS. Several hundred thousand sheep nre to be dipped at Wagon Monnd this year. Miss Lulu, daughter of Judge Hamilton, has returned to Socorro from California. Florida lint, at the foot of Cook's Peak range, is covered with grass over a foot high. Dr. S. W. Swope has been appointed Santa Fe physician and surgeon at Deal ing. W. S. Pragor has bought the Evening Star mine in the Jiearillns. , The shai' is 100 feet deep. Filadelfo Baca, secretary' of the Amer ican legation iu Mexico, is now at Agnus Calientes, Mexico. A number of swarms of bees have re cently passed over Socorro, evidently bound for the mountains. Col. Cockroll, oongressman-eliH't from Texas, and his daughter, have been visit ing J. H. Cookroll, at Roswell. A number of linemen have been busy for several days past replacing the poles and wires on the Magdalena branch. Wm. E. O'Leary, ex-business manager of the Optic, has returned to Las Vegas from a visit to his homo 111 Chicago. Trains on the Silver City branch got into the county seat Monday evening for the first time since the Hood of July 21, Mrs. W. T. MoCreight will leave Albu querque to-night for the east to purchase a tine line of fall and winter millinery. Vol. 1, No. 1 of the Irrigator, published at Hagermnn, Chaves county, is nt hand. The paper preseuts a nent appearance. D. P. Carr, representative of the Albu querque Citizen, is seriously ill nt his residence iD Silver City, of typhoid fever. W. C. Davenport, who killod Big Wei sel, nt Carlisle mining camp, is still in jail at Silver City in default of $1,000 bond. The normal school nt Silver City will open for tho term on September 2. Prof. Selby, formerly of the Doming public schools, is prinoipal. The contract for the carpenter work on Veeder Bros.' two-story building, on tho west side of tho plaza nt Las Vegas, has been let to John Hill at $5,000. Mrs. Martin M'rose, who fled from New Mexico with the rustler, contributed $.50 to El Paso's coffers, a few days ago, for drawing a revolver upon an officer. Arrangements have already boon made for the shipment of over 10,000 head of Mexioan oattle from Doming after the quarantine is raised on November 1. A petition is being circulated asking the government to cancel the star, route mail contract between Eddy and Itoswell so the mail may be carried by railway. The farmer who locates in this dry re gion does not know of the evils of "innd bound crops." He can drive on the roads of New Mexico every day in the year. C. H. MoLenthan, whose home is in La Huerta, a beautiful addition to Eddy, re ports that of the 400 young fruit trees he had when the season opened, but one has given up tho ghost. Messrs. Lindauer and Carpenter, of the Sapello Cattle company, will make a di vision of their cattle shortly, each taking half and continuing the business re spectively. Deming Headlight. Col. Goss, of the military school, in forms the Citizen that the school will open on September 2 in the building known as the Albuquerque sanitarium, Lon Honeywell, of Water Canon, re ports the conutry looking beautiful. The cattle have all loft the mountains, and are fattening very fast on the luxuriant grass of the mesa. Rev. J. A. Menanl, the Presbyterian synodical missionary, who left Albuquer que on the 7th of May for a trip thruugh England, Scotland and Ireland, returned home on Friday night. j Academy of OUR LADY OF LIGHT, CONDVOTID BY , THE SISTERS OF LORETTO, SANTA FE, OSTEW MEXICO. TERMS: Hoard and tuition, per month. ftliO.OO i Tuition of day scholars. . to W(J per month, ncvordlnir to itrnile. Music, instrumental niil vpeal, pnliitinir in oil and water colors, on china, etc, form extra charges. For prospectus or further information, apply to The Kent WfwHon Raglan Nrptember X. mm It is said that Fred Lindner thinks seriously about moving his stock of gen eral merchandise from Kingston to Hills boro and occupying the Hillshoro Mer cantile company's store. At the called meeting of the board of school examiners at Las Cruces, last Saturday, Father Lassaigne tendered his resignation. Superintendent Sherley ap pointed Judge J no. It. Mot'ie to succeed 1,1111. M. W. Mills lost thirty or forty head of young horses this summer by wolves. Wolves art reported as very ravenous down about Mr. Mills' Red River ranch, f, and nil kinds of stook have suffered more or less. SpriDger Stockmnn. Judge Harris, of Hope, Eddy connty, reports that his grapes nre ripening. Ho also has 1,000 npple trees growing finely, bnt three having died since planting. "I am qnile sure onr foot-hill country is good for apples," lie said, "for tho orchard is a beauty, and it was not well planted, either." John Singleton, of Florence, now has 170 stands of bees which ho recently re moved from Eddy to the district of larger alfalfa farms. lie has partly constructed houses to shelter the bread winners, win ter and summer, and his place attracts no little attention from travelers on the road aud the railway. The puhlio school board of East Las Vegas is thought to be on the point of employing auother teacher, fixing up an other room and taking pupils not resid ing in the city, but chnrgiug them tuition. The Optic doubts if this will meet with the approbation of the tax-payers of the city, when taken in connection with the fact that all home children, under 7 years of age, have been excluded from the schools for the coming year. Also, be cause such action can bnt damage the private schools of the city. However, tho Optic will be glad to havo an ex pression of opinion on this subject from any of its readers. Las Vegas Optic. Though it is not generally known the mi'squito bean is the most nutritious food, weight considered, known to tho western rancher. This food keeps horses coats looking like mole skins. Hogs thrive on the mesquito beans and sheep, goats and cows fatten quickly on them. Thousands of tons nre shipped nnnunlly from Texas to Germany for feed for cavalry horses. No more profitable an occupation can bo found than gathering tho mesquite beans which annually go to waste in the I'ecos valley and storing for feed, when tho beans would Bell ns well as any grain. Eddy Current. Blood Pure If it is, you will be strong, vigorous, full of life and ambition; you will have a good appetite and good digestion; strong nerves, sweet Bleep. But how few can Hay that their blood is pure! How many people are suffering daily from the consequences of impure blood, scrofula, salt rheum, rheumatism, catarrh, nervousness, sleeplessness, and That Tired Feeling. Hood's Sarsapnrilla purifies, vitalizes and enriches tho blood. Therefore, it ia the medicine for you. It will give you pure, rich, red blood and strong nerves. It will overcome that tired feeling, create an appetite, give refreshing Bleep aud make you strong. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the Only True Blood Purifier Prominently in the public eye today. Mnnd'e Dillc th after-dinner p!'l and IIUUU famtly calhurtio. 11'. Mother Francisca Lamy, Superior.