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ANTA FE DAILY NE' SANT ' T ; M.. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 14. 1895. NO 140 VOL.32. VI In Alii A iL( DIALEB FDimiMllfflliE n hot. TINWARE XJ.XXi.LJJ II XXXLXJ 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. 4 TELEPHONE Come and See Us! AT COR. BRIDGE & WATER STS. ' WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF GROCEIIIES, novisioisrs. FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. OI K C'ONFECTIOKJAKIKS ARE ALWAYS ft'KESUl. lit 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- Staile ii Fancy Groceries -ADD PBOFBIBTOBS 01- FKKSH BREAD, 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. ; ' "WEDELES, WHOUUAIiE tarns ii Pri. Office and Warehousa Lower 'Frisco St. Hnnt-t Pa. - Hard wear indeed, so bard that there is not much wear left for his clothes, what ever may be said of the man. Bat there is plenty of ware and hardware too, left in onr great stock. Facts tell and every body knows that oar display of hardware discounts everything in town. Kitchen ware, ironware, tinware', cntlery,farm and garden implements, everything is here, and whatever is here is selling at a lower prioe than you can find anywhere else. Do not forget that every article we keep in stock is not only low priced, bnt a gilt edged value. Yon owe it to yourself to get the most for yonr money. Pay your just debt to No. 1, which means, among other things, come and see ns. W. H. COEBEL, Catron Block - Santa Fe. IN- BEATY. WALKER. P1K ASH CAKRS. Phone 53 DBAIiBB IN ' " NOW MoxiCO. Mill STOVES WHITE METAL CHAMPil .j, Yery Large Attendance of Represen tative Men at Democratic Silver Conference iu Washington. Stirring Silver Address to Democrats of Indiana United Action Urged Authorship of Address Credit ed to Senator Turpie. Washington, Aug. 14. The corridors of the Metropolitan hotel were crowded early to-day with delegates to the con ference of silver Demoorats, called for the purpose of agreeing upon a line of policy to be pursued in the interest of silver in the Democratic party. The forenoon was spent in a general exohange of views and formulating plans for the meeting. There was ft larger attendance than had been counted upon and the hotel was crowded. Among those who appeared early at the hotel were Senators J ores, of Arkansas; Daniel, of Virginia; Harris, of Tennessee; ex-Senator Jarvis, of North Carolina, and ex-Senator Walsh, of Georgia; Hon. Casey Young, of Tennessee, who has oonducted the correspondence calling the conference on behalf of the senatorial committee; Representatives Cox, of Tennessee; Otey, of Virginia; Livingston, of Georgia; Mc Neill, of Arkansas, and Brookshire, of Indiana. Secretary of State Hinriohson, of Illinois, was a prominent figure in the hotel lobby. There was an exceptionally large delegation from Missouri, including Governor Stone, Secretary of State Stev enson, Judge Hill, Win. Ruby, a back president, and George Allen, a railroad man. Olney Newell, secretary of the state Democratic committee of Colorado, was the only representative from that state. "We don't need a big delegation here to let people know how we stand," he Baid. Casey Young, in reply to questions, said that his correspondence indicated that about two-thirds of the states would be represented, and he confirmed the statement that the meeting was iutended to be simply a conference of Democratic leaders to shape party policy on the sil ver question as far as possible. TWENTY-TWO STATES 8EPBEBENTED. The meeting was called to order at 12 o'olook by Senator Harris, who moved that Senator Jones be oalled to the chair as temporary ohairman, which was carried unanimously. The meeting began behind olosed doors with instructions to the door keepers to admit only those in vited. When the roll was called, repre sentatives answered from twenty-two dif ferent states. Virginia headed the list in point of members with fifteen delegates, while Illinois and Missouri reported fourteen eaoh. The other BtateB represented were Alabama, 4; Ohio.l; Georgia, 2; Indi ana, lj Delaware, 1; Maryland, 8; Ken tucky, 1; Mississippi, 1; North Dakota, 1; West Virginia, 2; Arkansas, 8; Colorado, 8; South Carolina, 1; North Carolina, 8; Florida, , headed by Seuator Call; Ten nesee, 4. Senator Jones made a brief speech on taking the chair, confining himself to thanking the convention for the honor and expressing the hope that the pro ceedings would be harmonious and pro ductive of good results. 0 ADDBESS TO INDIANA DKMOCB ATS. Indianapolis, Ind. The oommit tee appointed at the oonferenoe of free silver Demoorats has issued an ad ilvaa. tr fhA TtamfiftrnfcR of Indiana. The address is signed by A. W. Clark, of Greensbnrg; W. L. Hlinkard, or moom fleldjjosiah Gwin, of New Albany, and Isaac R. Stouse, of Rockville. It is un derstood that the address was written by Senator Turpie. The address says that the money question win oe tne leaamg i in fhA nu-rt RRmnniim. The commit tee declares that the issue is one as to the question of plutooraoy on one side and bimetallism and the people on the other. Tn nnnnln.inn tha nddreHB Sftvs: "The bat tle of independent bimetallism is on and this great cause win never oe . won wra out united action. The power is in the hands of the people; We especially urge upon tne trienas or lnaepenaeui obuioibu ism the importance of immediate organi- vofinn in wnrria. fnwnahinli and eonnties throughout the state of Indiana for the purpose ot furthering tnis movement, iur the common good of all the people." BILVEB DIMO0BATS IN OBEOON. Psivtlnnd. ftra Nnnnlann Davis, secre tary of the Demoeratio state central com mittee, has received twenty-seven re sponses to the letter he addressed early last July to the thirty-two members of the committee,'requesting their views on the proposition to have .the Democratic party of Oregon take some offloial action regarding silver.. Fourteen committee men express the belief tnat tne voters or t.hntw Mnnnti.i f.vnr tint frpA nninncre o. silver, while twelve are just as certain .. ... . '. ii . : J tnat tne senumeoi in meir ouuutic. against free coinage. CONDITIO OF CROPS. Reported Fair la Europe with Bleep float or Knajieoa rroepeein nnioi in United States. Washington. Aug. 14. The report of the European agent of the agricultural department (or August shows fait orops n most of the countries except ureat Britain. - ;. LABOEB THAN 0B YEAB8. fpk nmAUl rfnina fnr Ancrnnt show that the prospective fruit orop Of the country, taieu as n wume, i muuu than for several years. Outflow ef the Vellow Mtaft. New York, Aug. 14. Handy & Harman ill shiD 1200,000 in gold on the Ncrma- nia to-morrow. N(salageA Fuller will ship $10,000. HUNDREDS OF STRIKERS. Jacket and Pant linkers of New Verlt Strike for lionger Contracts. New York, Aug. 14. Two new strikes were begun to-day in aooordanee with the resolutions passed last night by the children's Jacket makers' looal assembly, v mm v I f. mnA f ha nanta makers' C1U. Out . 1 ' local assembly, demanding contraots for one fear insteaa oi six inuutus. alto gether there are 700 ot 800 person that thrown oat of work, hot the leaden as sert that it will last bat a few days, v Fnitl ltoller Kxplominn. Mormontnwn, W. Va., Aug. 14. John Black and funs were threshing yester day, when )8 boiler exploded, killing John SpotsuAn, Curtin Anions and John Blair, and injuring four others seriously. Two 51 en Iij nciiert In Washington. Ellensburg, Wash., Aug. 14. Samuel Vinson and his son, Charles, were taken out of the county 'jail hereby a mob early this morning and hanged to a tree. The two men became involved in a saloon row, on Monday night, and mur dered Michael Eohloph and Joseph N. Bergman. IOWANSJ IN REVOLT. The Free Coinage ((uestioii Agitating the Hawkeye lniocruts An Open lift lor. Counoil Bluffs, Iown, August 14. Re liable reports from all parts of Iowa stiow tremendous disgust, amounting in some cases to actual revolt, among the free silver Democrats, over the notion of the state convention in rejecting the 16 to 1 program. Ex-Lieut. Jov. 8. L. Bar stow, of Charlton, with many other silver men, left the convention as soon as the plntform was adopted, and did not know of his nomination foe lieutenant gover nor until on the train. When asked whether he would accept the place or not, he said to-day: "It was a great surprise to me. I am a believer in free silver at 16 to 1. I can not and mil not make a campaign of the state on the platform adopted. I will accept the nomination, but will not t do nuything in the cam paign." In Counoil Bluffs open warfare has broken out. W. H. Ware, for the past three terms a member of the legislature from this oounty, resigned his place on ihe county committee. W. 11. Kneppor, another prominent Democrat, did the same thing. J. J. Shea, president of the Free Silver State league, and a candidate on the state ticket last year, has written an open let ter accusing the federal office holders of oontrDlling the convention by treachery and coeroion. AN OPEN LETTER. Ottumwa, Iowa. S. B. Evans, Cleve land's postmaster here in his first term, and who was appointed by Cleveland con sul to Nicaragua, is out in an open letter to the president, scoring the federal office holders for their undignihed action in the convention, bringing the civil service rules into contempt. In conclusion Mr. Evans says: "The traditional policy of the Demooratio party is for Washington to keep bands off and let the people man age their own affairs, whether at the polls or in nominating conventions. I believe in your integrity, Mr. President, and that you earnestly desire oivil service reform; that you will not approve of the indecency of the men who at Marshalltown, armed with your commissions, took advantage of their places and ' triumphed over their fellow Democrats, aud then in stinging words taunted them with the humiliation of defeat. This letter is made thesnbjeot of public ooncern, and with the hope that your disapproval of such methods will be so expressed as to prove a lesson to those who, temporarily olothed in authority, would make your administration rules a farce and Democracy a sham in the sight of honest men." . The Treasury All Jlight. Duluth,,Minn , Aug. 14. Secretary Car- Hals when shown the dispatch from Wash ington relating to the treasury gold re serve refused to talk farther than to say: "The people need have no fear as to the gold reserve, the treasury department will tak care of it. Everything in that regard is all right." The Carlisle party has gone on an ex tended trip down, the lakes and St. Law rence river. PRINCE YANG 110 PIK. Itefagce Coi-enn Minister of the In terlor at Victoria En Route to United Mates. Victoria, B. C, Aug. 14. Prince Yang Ho Pik, the Corean refugee minister of the interior, who fled from Seoul a month ago to avoid arrest at the instigation of the queen, arrived here to-day on the steamer Empress, of Japan. He said: "I am an exile from my country and am going to the United States. I am un justly foroed out of Corea, but what the future will bring forth no one oan say." MlBgourl'B Female Sheriff. Springfield, Mo., Aug. 14. Mrs. Helen C. Stewart has taken the oath of office and become sheriff of Green county. She nave a bond of $25,000, wbioh was ap proved. She reappointed all the old deputies and said that she would rely largely on her son, who is a minor, in ouuuuuwug bun uuiuo OMAHA POLICE MUDDLE. A Conference In Progrera Between the Old and the New Police Commissioners. Omaha, Aug. 14. The situation in the Omaha police muddle has not changed materially.' Sinoe ah early hour the pity hall has been surrounded by a large orowd, mostly curiosity seekers, awaiting developments. No effort has been made to dispersa them, rne a. r. a. commission ers convened at 10 ololook in the rooms reserved for their use by the eity counoil. Tho nn.rtnn wore crowded bv orobablv 200 sympathizers. A letter was sent to the old commissioners nnsing uumei nnn. sithnnt. however, fltstincr the ob ject. The old oammiesioners agreed to this and a meeting is now in progrepn. - v ' ! ZENITH CITY LAUNCHED. I.urgeat Hteamer Afloat on Fresh Water Ulldes Off the w aye at : . Chicago- Built of Steel, Ohioago, Aug. 14. With the breaking of the time-honored bottle and tne flow of ehamoanne, the steamer Zenltt City gracefully glided down the" waysjal the yards Of the umoago snip company, viua afternoon, and took her place on the lake tha largest steamer on the chain of lakes. Every part of the (Senith City is of steel, except ber masls and hln AnUkimin. She la intended for freight earrying and iron ore traffio, her borne pott being uuiutn. THE COLORADO DESERT. Eastern CnpltallMa at Work on a Ureat Irrigation Meheme Ulg Figures in Cash and l.unu. ' San Francisco, Cal., Aug. 14. A local paper says a number of eastern capital ists are in this city at work on a scheme to reclaim the Colorado desert by turn ing the waters of the Colorado river over the vast territory. The oompany has also a grant of 1,500,000 acres in Mexico that it will irrigate. As outlined, the plan comprehends the development of the greatest irrigating system in the western hemisphere. As an indication of the good faith of the promoters they are said to have handed the Southern Pa cific company a oheck for $1,500,000 in return for its title to the alternate sections of land in the Salton basin. The land thus turned over amounted to about 600,000 acres. Prin cipally eastern capital is behind the scheme. John C. Beatty is manager of the oompany. Interested with Mr. Beatty in the enterprise are such men as James Linton and Henry A. Pierce, of Providence, R. I., and P. J. McLean, of New York. The importance of the project lies in the faot that the irrigation of so vast a tract of land will revolutionize the frnit industry of the country. Work will be begun soon, it is Baid, and water will be running through trenches before the end of next year. The company expects to have 1100,000 farmers on its lauds within a few years. Defaulting Trensvver Senteneed. Pierre, 8. D., Aug. 14. Ex-State Treas urer W. W. Taylor, who defaulted last January, was sentenoed by Judge Caffrey to fivs years at hard labor in the Sioux Falls penitentiary. EX-MAYOR VAN HORN DEAD. One of the Most Jlesnected and Wealthy Residents of Denver Fell front n Thlrd-Story Y inflow. Denver, Aug. 14. Ex-Mayor M. D. Van Horn was killed to-day by falling from a third-story window of the Grand Central hotel, of which he was the pro prietor. He was mayor of this city from 1898 to 18U5 and had previously served a erm in the board of supervisors. Van Horu came to Denver in 1881, being at that time and for some years afterward agent in the employ of the U. S. treasury department. He enlisted as a private in the Union army at the outbreak of the rebellion and served with distinction throughout the war, rising to the rank of major. After the war he engaged in the hotel business in Alabama and later in Chattanooga, Tenn. He was 58 years old and quite wealthy. 10 DAY'S CONDENSATION Speaker Charles Crisp was present at London and witnessed the opening of parliament. The New York Advertiser asserts that Mayor Strong is laying plans to secure the gubernatorial nomination in 181)0, in accordance with an understanding be tween himself and Governor McKinley, of Ohio. Great apprehension is felt in all the west coast ports of Mexico regarding the continued ravages of yellow fever in Central American seaports. All vessels recently arriving from Central America have been treated as suspicious. Twenty-five head of cattle were killed by lightning in a remarkable way in Fin ney oounty, Kas. A herd of 800 were being moved to another pasture, and for a part of the distance were driven through a narrow lane hedged in by a wire fence. While they were in this narrow passage a thunder storm overtook them and a bolt of lightning descended and struck a fence post, following the wire for 200 yards. Every head of stock that was crowded up against the fence wire were killed. THE MAKKKTS. Now York, Aug. 14. Money on call nominally easy at 1 per cent: prime mercantile paper, Z i. Silver, CGj; lead, $3.37. Chicago. Cattle, market steady, lOo lower; Texas steers, $2.75 $3.!)0; bulk, $3.20 p. 50; western steers, fs.aft 10 $4.60. Sheep, quiet, barely steady. Chiooiro. Wheat, August, 66'; i September, 66!. Corn, August, H; September, 37,". Oats, August, 19j; September, ia. . m A. & P. RECEIVERSHIP Are the Bondholders Working with the D. & It. G. for a New Trans continental Line? In the A. &. F. receivership contest at Albuquerque yesterday numerous af fidavits on both sides were presented in Judge Collier's court, those on behalf of the A. & P. bond-holders taking the ground that it would be much better to en tirely divoroethe A. fc P. from the A., T. &, . r., wbilt for the latter corporation it was eontended that divorcement would tend to greatly cripple the value of the A. a P. property. From a statement ap pearing iu the affidavit of General Man ager D. B. Robinson, of the A., T. & S. F., it appears that there has been some talk of the A. & P. bond-holders, In case they succeed in severing that property from the A , T. t 8. entering into an arrange ment with tne V. & K. U. oompany to nil iu the gap between Santa Fe and Albu querque, thus providing the V. & a G. with a California outlet. However this may bs, this extraot from Mr. Robin sou's affidavit is regarded by many as rather significant: , "The extension of the Atlantio a Pa cific to a connection with the Denver & Rio Grande at Santa Fe would not result in making a euooessful through line of traffic, as the Denver & Rio Grande is a narrow guage line." :' for Hale. Must be sacrificed atonoe, two valuable mining claims at San Pedro, Santa Fe oounty, N. M in the New Placers mining district, near the Lucky and Big Copper mires. Sixty-five feet work done on one and forty feet on the other. Both have good leads and assay well. Address D. A this office. The World's Fair Tests ' tbowtd no baking powder so pare or so great in Ieav oatog power as tha Royal, Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE NEW MEXICO NEWS. There are numerous applicants for Lincoln's publio school. J. Jenkins, the sheep buyer, recently purchased 3,00'i f;fll of tho Hei . y fellows at Lns Vognp. There hns been very littlo damage done to wheat in and around San Anto nio ond the corn crop has never looked better. It has been years since' the grass was as fine in Lincoln county ns it is at this time. Range stock is sleek aud rolling fat. It gives the Eddy Independent pleasure to learn that General Manager Jeff N. Miller's resignation has not been accept ed by Mr. J. J. Hngerman. The Christian Brothers of Lns Vgas will employ five teaohers instead of two, for the coming year, and will have a first class sohool in every particular. The rainy season must be drawing to a close. This is the seventh day sinoe the clerk of the weather last opened np the flood gates upon us. Lincoln News. A judgment has been entered in favor of the First National bank of Las Vegas, against Wm. B. Stapp in the sum of $4, C33.32, this being a revivol of a judg ment heretofore entered. The Rincon Weekly reports: The sur veyor's camp at the Smith dam site near Selden has been removed. They have been there for some weeks, running levels and prospecting bed-rock. Manuel Jaramillo had four acres seed ed to Sonoro wheat which yielded 230 fanegas of wheat. This makes an aver age of 120 bushels to the acre, says the San Marciul Bee. Nogal district, Lincoln county, wants n teacher for the public school. Term, about six months; lady with experience preferred; salary commensurate with the times; term begins September 1. The assessed valuation of property in Chaves counly, for the current year, ex clusive of the $200 exemption for each head of a family, iB $2,018,360, o gain of nearly $100,000 overlaft year. In the case of M. Brunswick vs. Alex. Goldenberg, of Las Crncee. a final de cree was entered which makes the com plainant oner of the individual half in terest in the Jo"""'" nnch, the Fleck ranch, the Rop i nnd the Golden berg ranch of . . county. The Deming '.it gives the fol lowing further particulars relative to the murder of A. J. Smith near Separ, N. M.: "When found the body was badly decom posed and he had evidently been dead two or three days. There were two bullet holes in the body and the head had been cut, as with some blunt instrument. Mr. Smith's watch and money and one of the animals he was driving was missing, showing plainly that the motive was robbery. A mule was still hitched to the wagon and had drawn the same quite a distance from the scene of the murder." Richard Demady was jailod last night by the police as a vag. This morning the police preferred charges under the Ed mund's law against him, and the warrant being placed in the hands of United States Deputy Marshal Knight he was re arrested at the jail this afternoon. The officers then arrested the woman in the case, Lillie Belmont alias Laura Johnson. They will have a hearing before Uuited States Commissioner Bryan to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock. Demady and his woman arrived in the city about three days ago, since whioh time the city polioe, with Deputy United States Mar shal Knight and Merchants' Officer Ryan, keot a pretty olose watch on them, for the reason they are dangerous aud un desirable people in. any community. Demady is the same individual who was recently tried in Denver for the murder by strangulation of the l'appan woman and two others of her kind. His woman, Belmont alias Johnson, was also in the oelebrated case as an important witness. Albuquerque Citizen. Academy of. OUR LADY OF LIGHT, i i 1 ' 11 x-t . ' COMBVOXID BY THE SISTERS OF LORETTO, . S-rVN-TA.- FE, ITEW MEXICO. TEKHt! s Board and tuition, per month. 0.00: Tuition of day scholars, SX to il per mnuth, according to irrailc. Muslo, instrumental nml vocal, painting in oil and water colors, on china, etc, form extra charges. For prospectus or further information, apply to The Wext Wewlti Berlna (Septembers. akin wrier Eddy Argus: Pecos valley people should not plant Mission grapes. They nro not good shippers, are not in 'V-innd in the east and have to compete ith the same variety grown by Mexicans on both Bides of the Rio Grande, below El Fbro, for generations past, nnd dumped on the lower market at 75 cents per 100 pounds. The beautiful Tokay or other California varieties will give better returns. While driving to Eddy from his home on the l'enasco, Inst Friday, Mr. Geo. Wilcox had a valuable horse bitten by a rattlesnake. When he readied the flume, three miles from town, he could go no further and unhitched. He then went to town for whisky but when he returned tho horse was almost beyond the reach of help, so swollen had he become. Though still alive, Mr. Wilcox has no hopes for the future usefulness of the animal. Eddy Argus. Jas. J. Dolan, manager of tho Feliz Cattle Co., is with us this week. He will return to the ranch in a few days, taking his family with him. There is no man in Lincoln county held in higher estoem than Jas. J. Dolan, nnd we regret exceed ingly the necessity fnr the removal of his family from Lincoln. With a new and comfortable dwelling in which to reside, however, Mrs. Dolan may find ranch life possessed of more charms than one could imagine. Lincoln News. A gentleman of reliability informed us that this week, at Roswell, a young man, who had but a few months ago led to 1 the hymeneal altar a respectable young lady of some sixteen summers, lately found no mcars to support his better-half and having no Bhame or honor took his sixteen year old wife and placed her iu n house of ill-fame in that city, in order that Bho may earn a liveli hood. The citizens of Roswell hearing of this became indignant and n number of them went to the said house above named and took out the yonng man and gave him a severe cowhidiug. Eddy Independent. Mr. Laf. Clapp says that the wheat raised from the "winter white" seed, ob tained from Colorado last fall, is pro ducing tho finest quality of llonr of any he has milled this season, and he hopes the ranohers in the valley will not neglect, another season, to obtain this seed and to ensure a larger crop and a better prodnot. Rincon Weekly. The good resnlto accraiug from tho es tablishment of the flour mills in San Marcial are apparent on every hand. Tired Women Must have strength or they will be in the suffering despair of nervous prostration. The true way to win vigorous health is to take Hood's Sarsaparilla which will build up strength by making pure, rich blood; thus it will also feed the nerves upon their proper nourishment, create an appetite, tone the stomach invigorate every organ. Hood's Sarsaparilla Ib what tired women need the one True Blood Purifier prominent in the public eye. H,lc Dillc ct harmoniously with nOUU rlllS Hood's SarsaparUla. 20c Mother Francisca Lamy, Superior.