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VOL.32. SANTA FE, N. M., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 17 1895 NO 175 W MEXICAN: Housewives appreciate nothing so much as a full supply of fine kichen utensils. A proper outfit of (bis kind saves much work and certainly a fall array of pots and pans is ornamental as well as useful. To gee how to pnt your kitchen outfit at the top notch of completeness jnst drop in and look over onr stook. You'll see here everything yon ought to have in this line and everything the finest ware pro duced or sold in this oonntry. It pays to bay Al hardware on account of its dur ability and general excellence. ''The best is the cheapest." W. H. COEBEL, Catron Block - Santa Fe. THE IDOL OF REPUBLICANS. Meeting of the Republicans of New York Iii State Convention at Saratoga. RAIL 10 THE CHIEF, "ME TOOT. PLATT" MULLER & WALKER. -DEALERS IN- Still, il Fansr Groceries. -AMD PBOPBIITOBS OW- Serious Wrangle Over Contested Seats -Erie Delegation Threatens to Bolt . J(Iorton and His Millions In dorsed for President, S-A-IfcTT-A. UTS BAKERY. VKE8H BBEAU, JFIEH AMU CAKKt). AGENTS FOB Boss Patent Flour. Club House Canned Goods. Hesaton Creamery Butter. 'Phone 53 Careful attention given to special orders for cakes and pastry. Campers' supplies packed free of charge. Call and examine our stock and get our low prices. 4 TELEPHONE 4 Come and See Us! AT COR. BRIDGE & WATER STS. WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. OUR CONFECTIONABIEB ABE m ALWAYS FRESH. Our special aim Is to please everyone with reasonable prices and as good, an article as the market affords. Ihere is nothing better than B ADEN'S BEST FLOTJR. ELGIN CREAMERY BUTTER. MONARCH BRAND CANNED GOODS. S. S. BEATY. IMPORTER AND JOBBER. Oldest and Largest Establishment in Southwest. i.M ',".. . . . -. V.- ' Wholesale Dealer in Groceries, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hardware. Santa Fe Now Mexico PALACE HOTEL, OANTA FE, N. M. THE ONLY FIRST CLASS HOTEL IN THE CITY. RENOVATED THROUGHOUT. Carina, from $8.00 to 4.00 per Say. Speolal Rates to Persona or Partita by tha Weak or Month. HEBT.TAN CLAUSSEN, Prop. Saratoga, N. Y., Sept. 17. The Repub; lioan state convention met this afternoon. When Thomas Piatt entered the hall, there was an uproar that was astonish ing, men standing on their seats cheering vociferously, while the band played "hnil to the chief." The committee on contested seats is hearing the contest in the first tirie dis trict. It has been giveu oat .thai Coif gressman Mahoney's delegation wilt' be seated. An informal meeting of the Erie conn ty delegation was held and it was deter mined that the entire delegation would bolt if suoh action was taken. Comptroller Roberts announced that he would withdraw his name as a candi date if the thing ocourred and thus break the elate. Mr. Haokett named Hon. Charles C. Sherman, of Onondago, as chairman. Hamilton Fish was made chairman of the committee on resolutions. Resolutions were received from the municipal labor oongresa of New York, asking for a labor plank. Charles W. Bowen, of New York, intro duced this resolution: "All the Republicans of New York, in state convention assembled, cordially in dorse the administration of Gov. Levi P. Morton and express the hope tha,t his name will be presented to the national Re publican convention in 1896, as the choice of the Republican representatives of the Empire state for the first place on the presidential ticket." The resolution was adopted by accla mation amid great applause. A recess was then taken until 3 p. m. Irrigation Congress. Albuquerque, Sept. 17. The national irrigation oongress resumed its session this morning with the following staff of offices: President Col. John E. Frost, of Kan sas. Vioe-pre8ident George Q. Cannon, of Utah. Secretary Frod L. Alles, of Califor nia. Assistant seoretRries Messrs. MoCliu- tocs, of Arizona, Alax Frost, of New Mexico and L. W. Cook, of Iowa. Resisted a Dog- Tax. City of Mexico, September 17. The imposition of a dog tax at Rosario state of Sinalba, has cansed a riot in which 500 men took part. The rioters were armed with rifles, and a regular battle ocourred, many people and policemen THE FRDITS OF THE SOIL. Four Counties Heard From at the Territorial Fair-Products of Irrigation. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report SANTA FE COUNTY'S FINE FRUIT DISPLAY in whioh were wonnded. What Colfax, Eddy and Ran Juan Counties Have on Exhibition Ob ject Lessons for Irrigation Con gress to Study. DUNRA YEN CORNERED. Publication of the Full (Yorrespond- enee ruprea that the BrlHxhert Backed Out. One of the Hottest of the Season. Bt. Joseph, Mo., Sept. 17. To-day is one of the hottest of the season, the heat being almost unbearable. Mercury lingers near the 100 mark and the air is dry and parched. Wanted for i'orgery. London, Sept. 17. The Pall Mall Ga zette saya that a warrant has been issued for the arrest of Baron von Hammertein, upon the oharge of having uttered forg eries to the amount of $50,000. Baron von Hammerstein, who was removed from the position of editor-in-chief of the Kreuse Zeitong, the prinoipal organ of the Conservative party in Germany, last July, is supposed to be hiding in London. SYNDICATE OF THIEVES. Cattle Stealing Kednced to a Fine Art in Texas by Negroes Under White Leaders. Waco, Texas, Sept. 17. Capt. Joe Tay lor, county attorney of MoLennan oounty, has laid before the grand jury the oonsti tution, by-laws, list of officers and the secretary and treasurer's reports of an association of negroes, organized for the purpose oi stealing oattle and horses. While the rolls do not show any names of white men, there are evidences in the possession of the oounty attorney that the oattle stealing syndioate was to some extent under the control of whites. The thieves had monthly meetings and at the last one declared dividends. Their operations have been extensive and the the losses, scattered over a wide territory. are large. Kew York, Sept. 17. Ex-Commodore James D. Smith, chairman of Amerioa's cup committee, gave to the press to day tun uurresponaenoe Between Mr.lselinand Lord Dunraen, showing that the former offered to resail the protested race on September 10, whioh Dunraven declined, and then expressed a desire to rosail the last two races, or, failing in this, to sail the whole match over, which nrnnnsit.inn the Englishman also declined to consider. Xo Punishment Probable. Mew York, Sept. 17. A World speoial telegram from Foo Chow says: The Chi nese refuse to exeonte a single murderer implicated in the massacre of mission aries unless they are assured that with the execution of the men accused all other demands shall cease. The work of Am erican and British joint commission is therefore stopped. Without the presenoe or a toreign lieet no punishment for the massacre is probable. The vegetarians are relying on offioial sympathy to begin seizing and torturing Christians. LYNCHERS THWARTED. Effort of a Mob to Hang a Hard Citi zen Hefeated by a Plucky Sheriff. Osage City, Kas., Sept. 17. Lew Thomas, a dissolute character, is in jail here charged with a criminal assault upon the weak-minded daughter of E. 0. Waoklefresh. About midnight the jail was attacked by masked oitizens, who soon had the culprit on the street and were leading him to the outskirts of the town. The sheriff and posse rescued the prisoner, who was hurriedly taken back to jail. Citizens of Cherokee Strip Celebrat ing. Perry, O. T., Sept. 17. The oitizens of the Cherokee strip.are celebrating the seoond anniversary of the opening to-dnv at uranam's part, near bere. Similar celebrations are being held at other towns. Nearly 8,000 pounds of fruits and a few ohoioe samples of field products and vege tables comprise the Santa Fe county ex hibit at the territorial fair whioh Mr. Grant Rivenburg took to Albuquerque last night. Looal orchardists as a rule responded most cordially to the New Mexican's call and joined with Mr. Riven burg in getting together a collection that moat creditably represents the marvel ous soope of Santa Fe county's produc tiveness. From Edward Miller's orchard there came twenty varieties of apples and nine varieties of pears. Mrs. E. L. Bartlett sent apples and peaches. Dr. Andrews contributed pears, plums of many foreign varieties and prunes. Mrs. Manderfield's large orchard sent grapes, penohes and pears. Robert Uelbig sent Moorpark apricots, plums, peaches, prunes, pears and ap ples. Mr. Boyle's collection consisted of netarines, pears, gages, apples, peaches and plums. From the orchards of Dr. Harrouu, Mrs. Zinsser, Capt. Hudson. Valentine MM rowtier ABSOLUTELY PURE NEW MEXICO NEWS. RAILROAD DISASTER. Yellow fever and Black Vomit. Cordoba, Mexico, Sept. 17. The yellow fever and block vomit have appeared nere. SCANDAL IN MISSOURI. Young Jarman Charged with Drug ging and Ruining Hiss Crawford Shot at and Arrested. Central, Mo., Sept. 17. When the way freight from the west was pulled up at the Wabash depot this morning, Shannon Jarman, of Sturgeon, stepped out on the platform. Almost immediately two women and a man, each armed with re volvers, rushed from the oar and com menced firing at the yonng man, who es caped without injury, after the three had been disarmed by the sheriff. They were Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Crawford and daughter, residing near Sturgeon. Miss Crawford charges that, last March, while taking a buggy ride with' Jarman, he plaoed her under the influence of drugs and accomplished her ruin. She is soon to become a mother. Jarman was arrested and plaoed under bonds and to-day the parties are on their way to Mexioo, where the oase comes up in the eironit oourt. THE HAHKETS. New York, Sept. 17. Money on oall nominally easy at 1 2 per oent; crime mercantile paper, 4 5 per oent. Silver, 66; lead, $8.25. Chicago. Cattle, receipts, 6,000, in cluding 700 Texans and 8,500westerns; market, steady; beeves, $8.10 $5.65: eows andheifers, $1.40 $4.70; Texas steers, $2.80 & $3.40) westerns, $8.00 $4.00; atockers and feeders, $2.80 $4.00. Sheep, market weak to 10 oents lower. Kansas City. Cattle reoeipts, 8,700; shipments, 2,960; market to-day, weak to 10 oents lower and very slow; Texas steers, $2.25 $3.60; Texas eows, $2.00 8 $2.50; beef steers, $2.70 is.to; na tive eows, $1.60 $8.60; stookers and feeders, $2.20 $3.00; bulls, $2.76 $8.86. 8heep reotipts, 8,200; shipments, 100; market, slow at 6 10 oents lower; lambs, $2.76 O $4.80; muttons, $2.25 $8.16. Chloago. Wheat, September, oTM; De cember, 69 58. Corn, September, 82J; October, fH. Oats, September, 19; Ootober aud December, ib. Passenger Train Hitched in Minne sota One Woman Seriously In juredThirteen Others Bad ly Bruised. Minneapolis, Sept. 17. The west bound passenger train on the Soo line, leaving here yesterday morning, met with a seri ous accident, near Annandale, Minn., about noon. By the spreading of rails, the two rear ooaches were ditched. Miss Katie Hansen, of Elbow Lake, Minn., sustained serious injuries. Thirteen others, inoluding W. D. Washburn, jr., son of the ex-senator, were more or less bruised. ' NEW MEXICO FAIR NOTES The parade on Wednesday morning promises to be imposing. The base ball tournament will be lively from beginning to finish. The citizen is in favor or Phoenix as the proper place for the next National Irrigation Congress. It is a good town, and the oapital oity of a rioh and grow ing territory. Hon. Louis R. E. Paulin and Hon. Wm. E. Looke,of San Juan oounty, have arrived with a nne exhibit from their section Their oounty is one of the richest in New Mexioo. The band gave a delightful oonoert to the distinguished guests at the Commer cial olub after escorting ex-Gov. L. B, Prince and other dignitaries from the depot to the magnifioent elub house on Gold avenue. Twenty-one trotters, twenty odd run' ners and several pacers have been entered for the races. Col. Alex Carson, in charge of the race oourse, has gotten thejraokin the finest condition for years. The members of the First Regiment band yesterday received their full dress helmets, thus completing their full dress outfit, and last evening made their bow to the publio by meeting the inooming trains and treating fair visitors to a few ohoioe selections. The newspapers in the territory have treated this city and the oongress and fair with kindness, courtesy and con sideration. On behalf of the oitizens of Albuquerque, the Citizen extends to them the hearty and sincere thanks of this community. The exhibit from Chaves and Eddy oounties, prepared and Bent here by the Peoos Improvement and Irrigation com pany, is simply grand. It is one of the finest objeot lessons of what irrigation, directed by brains and oapital, will do in the arid region, NEW MEXICO TERRITORIAL FAIR. Albuquerque, N. M., Sept. 17 to 21, 1895. "Oni Cent." One oent per mile is all the Santa Fe route asks for tickets to the territorial fair at Albuquerque, N. M. Dates of sale September 16 to 21, 1895, good to return nntil September 80. Low rates from Al buquerque to the Las Vegas hot springs, on above dates on aooount of grand musical oontest held there. Oall on agents of the Santa Fe ronte for par ticulars. H. 8. Luis, Agent, Santa Fe, N. M. E. Copland, General Agent, El Paso, Texas. Herbert and Solioitor General Victory also enme many varieties of fruits. Mr. Rivenburg has in the display some seventy varieties of apples; forty of pears; twenty of plums, raspberries, cher ries, blaokberries, quinces, currants, sev eral varieties of grapes and mammoth rhubarb. From the penitentiary gardens Col. Bergmann sent a large display of vege tables, huge beets, cabbages, 100 pound pumpkins, etc. COLFAX AT THE FA1B. Colfax oounty's superb exhibit reached Albuquerque Saturday night, the special car oontainiug it being in ctiRrge of J. Van Honten. The chief resources of that resourceful county are represented by spienaia specimens, n ot instanoe, a lump of ooai from the Blossburg mines which weighs about 1,500 pounds. A large lump of iron ore from the Moreno valley, near unzabetncown, wnloh runs about 75 per cent pure iron. Gold and silver ores from the Ute oreek, Ponil, Baldy, Eliza bethtown and Hematite districts. Sec tions of saw-logs three to five feot in diameter and splendid specimens of piling from the Cats kill mining district. Specimens of all kinds of grains from Johnson mesa, Dillon canon, Sugarite Vermejo, Cimarron, Red river, and from the farms under the Vermejo ditch system. Fruits from the Vermejo, the Ponil and the Sugarite. Of oourse the exhibit includes other things, but these are the prinoipal produots. They fill one car and the exhibit will oompare favor ably with any other county in the terri tory. LOWER PECOS PBODUOT3. Mr. F. Von Piontkowsky, as the official representative of the Pecos Irrigation & Improvement company, was busy at the fair grounds yesterday with a corps of assistants placing the exhibit sent in a special oar from the lower reoos region about Eddy, Hoswell and Hagerman, where this company has expended about $5,000,000 in lands, dams, railroads and general construction. Among the produots shown are twenty-five varieties of apples, this being the most profitable product of the valley. In glass jars are samples of peaches, pears, plums, prunes, onions, sweet potatoes, celery, cereals, canliflowor, cantaloupes, turnips, etc Nectarines, raisins and grapes are shown, all grown successfully. Honey forms an attractive feature, as also corn, including the Kaffir and Egyptian varie ties. Peanuts of good quality are also raised. Irish potatoes, cauliflower and turnips can not be beaten. Cantaloupes of the Swiss variety in plenty and other varieties grow to large size, as also water melons of excellent flavor. The display of milo maze, a oross be tween wheat and oorn, is of special inter est to Rio Grande valley farmers. Also there are samples of oanaigre as grown in large fields about Eddy for the markets of England, while the display of sugar beets is especially attractive. At the close of the fair this exhibit will be shipped on the special oar to the Illi nois state fair and later to the Texas state fair at Dallas. BAN JDAN'S EXHIBIT. The fruit growers and farmers of San Juan oounty sent their exhibit from Farmington to Fort Wiogate, 126 miles overland, thence by rail to Albuquerque. Hon. L. R. E. Paulin, Hon. Wm. Looke and Mr. A. W. Shideler are in oharee The list includes 160 varieties of apples. Home of the exhibits are as follows: Joe Crouch Box of apples, including twenty-ounoe Pippin which weighs 1 pound 7 ounces and measures 15J- iiiohes in oiroumferenoe. W. S. Dalton Pears, apples and prunes. Prof. H. H. Griffiin, experimental sta tion Peanuts on the vine, large egg plants, beets, Cauliflower, cabbage, pep pers. H. J. Kitten Wheat and barley in the head, apples, pears, grapes. N. Li. Hayden Unions. Joe Howe Apples. John Wilson Corn and wheat. Miss M. K. Pieper Cabbage. Wm. Pieper Several kinds of fruits. W. H. Whitney Head of cabbage weighing twenty-six pounds. A. U. Graves Peaohes, plums, apples. potatoes and cabbage. John A. &oonts Winter apples, orab apples, pears and peaohes, the latter being exceptionally fine. U. W. MoUoy Bix varieties of fine ap ples and red wax beans. Jas Scott 'A number of varieties of fine apples. Bert aooolz Apples, peaohes, grapes. Lombard plums, pears and sweet oorn. H. W. Cox Onions and Lombard plums. reter unlokerbooker fears, apples. Lombard piuma and potatoes. John uox Apples, pears, plums, crab apples and peaohes. Mr. F. L. Goodsell tells the White Oaks Eagle that he will have 100,000 pounds of good potatoes this year. H. M. Potter, of Magdalena, shipped two train loads ot oattle from the Una to Colfax county ranges, on Sunday. Roswell Record: Yesterday afternoon the Bpirit of Irene, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. VV. b. rrager, took its flight from this world of sorrow and trouble to the great beyond. .. Mr. R. A. Kistler has returned to the editorial chair of the Optic from Denver. The New Mexican Bincerely hopes that many years of health, prosperity and use fulness are in store for him. Judge Thomas Smith has written W, B. Bunker that he will meet him in Trinidad, on Sunday next, and proceed from there to Clayton, where court will open Mon day, September 23. Las Vegas Optic. District Clerk George Curry came down from Linooln Tuesday and left to-day for Socorro. He informs us that he will move the records of Chaves and Eddy counties to RoBwell Ootober 1; the rec ords of Linooln oounty, at the request of the bar of White Oaks, will be kept at So corro. Roswell Record. Prof. S. J. Gormly, adjunct professor of mathematics and engineering of the School of Mines, arrived the first of the week from his old home in Iowa. The professor is a pleasant and affable gentle man and receives a cordial weloome from the citizens of Socorro. Sodorro Chief tain. The New Mexico School of Mines opened Monday with Prof. W. H Seamon director, in charge, assisted by an able corps of instructors. The school is ex pected to open with from fifteen to twenty students. With mining constituting so large a share of the industries of New Mexico, the advantages of this sohool should be brought to the attention of the young men of the territory who expect to make mining aud the operation of mines their business in life. Socorro Chief tain. THE CRUCES SCRAP. Some Further Details of That Street Figiit Judffe Fall anil Morgan Under Bonds. the seat of Cruoes is to and Judge released on If in Search of Kew Sensation Try the effect of a mud bath at Las Vegas hot springs, N. M. Other forms of baths may be had there, all especially benefioial in rheumatio troubles and diseases of the blood. The cool, dry, tonic air of this resort is just the thing for tired nerves, and there is nothing so res'.ful as New Mexioo sunshine, especially when sup plemented by such tine service as is giveu at the Hotel Montezuma, reopened June 20. This famous inn can not be excelled anywhere in the southwest. Round-trip excursion tickets on sale to Las Vegas hot springs from principal points. Reaohed only over the Santa Fe route. For illustrated pamphlet and a copy of "Land of Sunshine," address H, S. Lutz, Agent, Santa Fe, N. M. We have ladies' and gents' Mackintoshes, good quality, at $5.50 each; the very best at $8.60. Buy one now. GuBdorf & Dolan. John MoOullough Colorado saloon. Havana olgars at HAMMOND TYPEWRITER FOE SALE AT NEW MEXICAN OFFICE. Further information from the community war at Las the effect that Joe Morgan Fall have been arrested and $500 bonds eaoh as a result of the shoot ing of ex-U. S. Marshal Ben Williama r.n iiaturday night. It is very dimoult to get the straight facts in the premises as the statements of even the few eye witnesses are conflicting. It appears that Morgan, Judge Fall's brother-in-law, was the aggressor in the rumpus, and not Williams, as report had it yesterday. Morgan aud Judge Fall were together on the street when Williams passed. Bad blood had lonu existed between them, Williams, it is said, having cansed Morgan's arrest on the charge of murder on Red river, in Texas, on whioh charge he was afterward relensed by order of the Texas courts. Morgan and Fall, it is al leged, had Blso been instrumental in hay ing Williams several times arrested for carrying fire arms. Accordingly, when they met on Satur day night, Morgan opened fire on Will iams and one of his bullets struck Will iams on the side of the head, grazing the scalp and knocking him down. Williams returned the fire and claims to have been shot in the arm by Judge Fall while he was down. Williams' upper arm was shattered along the full length of the bone. He will loss his arm. Some seven shots were exchanged. Morgan's wound is slight, one of Williams' bullets going through the fleshy part of his arm. The IValmsh Itaili-ouil. Commencing Sunday, September 8, Wabash trains 4 aud 5, between St. Louis and Kansas City, will havo the follow ing sleeping equipments: No. 4, Kansas City to St. Louis, will have one compartment sleeper to St. Louis, and the Denver-St. Louis through sleeper. No 5, St. Louis to Kansas Citv. will have one compartment sleeper to Kansas City and the Cincinnati-Kansas City through alteper.' Ihe Denver-St. Louis sleepeer. weBt bound, is carried on Wabash train No. 1, leaving at. Jjoius at 12:01 p. m. midnieht. arriving in Denver at 7:25 o'clock on the seoond morning. Ihe Kansas City-Cincinnati thrnnah sleeper, east bound, ruus on Wabash train 6, leaving Kansas City at 6:20 p. m.. arriving at St. Louis at 2:30 a. m. thence via B. & C. S. W. train No. 4. arriving Cincinnati 11:30 a. m. C. S. Cbane, C. M. Hampson, G. P. AT. A. Commercial Agent, St. Louis, Mo. 1025 17th St., Denver, Colo. DAVID 8. LOWITZKI. Dealer In FURNITURE AND QUEENSWARE NEW AND SECOND HAND. HlglieMt Cash Prices Paid for Second Hand Uoods. GOODS SOLI) ON SMALL COMMISSION OR EASY PAYMENTS .... Academy oiV OUR LADY OF LIGHT, ' .i1 . COMDOOTID BT THE SISTERS OF LORETTO, SANTA FE, ZLSnEW MEXIOO. TKBHS :-Hoard land tuition, per month. O.00: Tuition of day scholars, ZZ. i . p.1r m.0",h,- according- to grade. Music, instrumental nnd -local, painting; in oil and water colors, on china, etc.. form extra eiianres. For prospectus or further information, apply to Mother Francisca Lamy, Superior. V:'