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VOL.32. SANTA FE, N. M SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 21 1895 NO 179 SANTA FE Housewives appreciate nothing bo muoh as a foil supply of fine kiohen utensils. A proper ontflt of tbia kind saves much work and certainly a fall array of pots and pans is ornamental as well as useful. To see how to pnt yoar kitchen outfit at the top notch of completeness just drop in and look over onr stock. You'll see here everything yon ought to have in this line and everything the finest ware pro duced or sold in this country. It pays to buy Al hardware on acoouot of its dor ability and general excellence. ''The best is the cheapest." W. H. COEBEL, Catron Block - Santa Fe. MULLER & -DEALERS IN- Stole ai Fee? Ghenss. -AND PBOPBIITOBB OF- SANTA 3PE FKE8H BREAD, AGENTS FOB BOSS Patent Flour. Club House Canned Ooods. 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 get our low prices. 4 TELEPHONE 4Q Come and See Us ! AT COR. BRIDGE WE HAVE A PULL LINE OF GROOERIBS, PROVISIONS. FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. OUR CONVECTION ABIES 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 OOODS. S. S. .A. STAAB, IMPORTER AND JOBBER. ,. Oldest and Largest Establishment in Southwest. Wholesale Dealer in Groceries, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hardware. Santa Fe PALACE 8 ANT A FE, N. M. THE OET FIRST CLASS HOTEL ffl THE CITY. RENOVATED THROUGHOUT. terms, from $3.00 to $4.00 per Say. by the Weak or Konth HERMAN CLAUSSEN, Prop. f WAi: BAKERY. PIES AND CAKES, Phone 53 & WATER ST ARE ALWAYS VRESR. BEATY. New Mexico HOTEL SpeeUl Rates to Persons or Parties LAWLESSNESS IN ILLINOIS. Another Cowardly Attempt to Murder Plucky Parson Clancy in Lemont Last Night. INSTIGATED BY A BRIBE-TAKING MAYOR Clancy and His Friends Warned to Keep Off the Streets or Suffer the Consequences Vigilance Com mittee Organized. Chicago, Sept. 21. Another attempt to murder Rev. J. F. Olanoy, the Lemont reformer, was made last night. But the men lying in wait for the plucky person were soared away by on; of the latter's friends. ; Dr. Clancy openly oharges that the at tempts on hit ' life were instigated by Mayor McCarthy, who is under indiot ment for bribe taking, in whose prosecu tion the minister played a prominent part. Rev. Olanoy and his friend, J. T. Derby, were notified to-day to keep off the streets of Lemont or suffer the con sequences. This greatly aroused publio sentiment and a vigilanoe committee of twenty mem bers will be organized. Peary's Party All Right. St. Johns, N. F., Sept. 21. The Peary steamer, Kite, has been signaled off this port. All her flags are flyine, indicating that Feary and his friends are on board. .New York. The Kite sailed from St. Johns on July 11 for Feary'B headquar ters in Inglefleld gulf, Greenland. On the steamer were a company of scientists under the direotion uf Emit Diebitoh, a brother of Mrs. Peary. At the time of sailing the hope was expressed that the party would be back at St. Johns by the end of September. Opera House Burned. St. Catherine, Ont., Sept 21. Opera house blook on Ontario street bnrned this morning. Ad joining buildings were damaged. The total loss is $60,000, BIG DAY AT ATLANTA. Imposing Blue and Gray Exercises In I'roRjresu Forty Thousand At tendants from Chickaninuga Celebration. Atlanta, Oa., Sept. 21. Thousands poured into Atlanta to-day from Chicka- manga to take part in the blue and gray day exercises. From the Chickamanga celebration alone it is estimated that 10,000 people will be here before the day is over, and this by no means represents the total number that to-day will add to the throng of exposition visitors. The arrivals are Uov. Morton, of Mew lork; Gov. MoKinley, of Ohio; Gov. Wertz, of New Jersey, and Gov. Woodbury, of Vermont. A Severe Sentence Madrid, Sept. 21. An offioial dispatch from Havana says a oourt mar tial has condemned the captain of the American steamer Masootte to- eight years and the fireman to ten years at hard labor for landing cartridges in Cuba for the insurgents. Three World's Records. New York, Sept. 21. General Pas senger Agent Daniels, of the Mew York Central road, has issued a cir oular claiming for his road three world's rec ords in railway travel; first, the fastest mile ever made by a regular passenger train, one mile in 32 seoonds, made May 10, loss, between isatavia and Buffalo. Second The fastest regular long dis tance passenger train ever run, the Empire state express between New York and Buffalo, 410 miles in 620 minutes, which is, including four stops and twenty eight Blow downs, 61 miles an hour. Third The fastest time for a long distance ever made by a passenger train, New York to Buffalo, September 11, 1895, i36 miles, in 107 2-3 minutes, an ave rage of 61 26-100 miles an hour. PRELIMINARY SPARRING. Representatives of Corbett, Fltz.sini- monsand Florida Athletic lul Tan Not Agree on a Referee. New York, Sept. 21. No referee has yet been selected for the Corbett-Fitz-simmons fight. To-day W. A. Brady, rep resenting Corbett, Martin Julian for Fitzsimmons, and Joe Vendig for the Florida Athletic club, wrangled three hours. , Brady wanted the referee decided upon at least one week before the fight. Julian said he would not have a referee named until the day preoeeding the battle. Ven dig implored both to come to a decision. Brady refused to acoept "ypnk" Sulli van, saying that Sullvan had written in sulting letters to Corbett. : Several other names were suggested, among them Phil Dwyer and Herman Oelriohs, but Julian refused to consider them. The Huntington Schemers. Denver, Colo., Sept. 21. Notwithstand ing the alleged denials of President Huntington of the Southern Pacific that his company was proposing to out passenger service on the Central Pacific in two, President Jeffery, of the Rio Grande, has been informed officially that the Southern Pacific contemplates taking suoh a step November 1. "Personally," said Mr. Jeffery, "I am very muoh opposed to suoh a move, and have written the Southern Pacifio people urging that the idea be given up. The Southern Paoiflo management are far- sighted and intelligent people, and 1 think thev will realize that the proposed move is a mistaken policy and will give it up." - STARVING AND CRAZY. End of a Paring Effort to Cross the Atlantic on a Small Sloop. New York, Sept. 21. A Mexioan cable dispatch to the Herald from Buenos Ayres, Argentina, via Galveston, Texas, states that Robert McOallum, who left this port on a 19-foot sloop, June 13, to eroBs the Atlantin. had hn rescued bv the British ship Stalwart. He was starving and crazy. Japan Building War Ships. Yokohama, Sept. 21. The Japanese parliament has voted a credit of 200, 000,000 yen for building four iron clad ships, ten coast defense vessels, and fifty torpedo boats. 1 Sovereign i'nnd Lodge in Hnllng. Atlanta City, N. J., Sept. 21. The sov ereign grand lodge, I. O. O. F., adjourned at 12 o'olock to-day, to meet at Dallas, Texas, on the third Monday in Septem ber, 1896. CROWDS FOR THE HEALER. How the People of Denver Flock to See Sclilarter. Denver, Sept. 21. Hundreds of persons every day crowd in front of-:he houBe on Witter street where Schlader, tie faith bealer, lives, and stand in line for hours waiting their turn to be healed. Schlader stands bareheaded from 9 to 1 o'clock in the hot sun, grasping the hand of each applicant in turn, in his own hands, at the same time uttering a brief prayer. Many seem to have been healed of very serious maladies, and many others seem gradually improving. The work of the man of faith is one of the greatest sen sations in Denver for years. Railroad Magnate on Wheels. New York, Sept. 21. 0. P. Huntington will leave for San Francisco to-morrow. miners Strike Kndcd. Danville, Ky., Sept. 21. The miners' strike in the Laurel district, pending since May 1, ended to-day by the accept ance of the of the old scale of 70 cents a ton. REVIVAL OF TRADE. The London standard Points Ont lite Hanger to American Interests. London, Sept. 21. The Standard, in an article on the revival of the world's trade, say 8: In both England and America the expansion in the movement of capital is partly due to renewed activity on the stock exchanges, but the railway returns show a Bolid substratum of increased mercantile transactions. The returns have improved in Amerioa the earliest because America awoke first. The money market is now overloaded, partly due to the bungling currency experiment in the United States, but the heavy bul lion movements to England from America have not upset any of the great markets. Everything points to a further expansion of trade. For a time high prices might override high tariff, but much depends, in the next few years, upon how America and France and the colonies shall treat England in the matter of tariff. The United States seems disposed to revert toward MoKinleyism. Should they do so they will suffer a more serious defeat in their effort to control the world's food and cotton supply than they have ever done. Draws the Line. New York, Sept. 21. A morning paper prints a story to the effect that Assistant Seoretary of the Treasury Curtis has in formed the bond syndicate that President Cleveland will not consider a new bond issue as long as the gold reserve stands above $70,000,000 or $75,000,000. AMERICA'S CUP WANTED. Reported from London that An En glishman Named Rose lias Sent a Challenge to Hew York Yacht Club. London, Sept. 21. Grant, seorotary of the royal yaoht squadron, is authority for the statement that Charles D. Rose has sent a challenge to the cup committee of the New York Yacht club for a race for America's cup. Rose's challenge has not been made through the royal yacht squadron and Seoretary Grant is not in possession of any details. IT WILL BE ACCEPTED. London, Sept. 21. The Sportsman announces that Layoock, Goodfellow & Bell, bankers of Lombard street, have cabled to the New York Yacht club an offer of 1,000 for a race in British waters between the Defender and the Talkyrie III. A oheok for the amount has been deposited with the secretary of the royal yacht squadron. Weekly Bank statement New York' Sept. 21. The weekly bank statement is , as folllow: Reserve, de crease, $1,211,750; loans, decrease, $5, 156,000; specie, decrease, $661,900; legal tenders, decrease,. $7,019,800; deposits, decrease, $13,291,800; circulation, in crease $13,000. The banks now bold $22, 113,600 in excess of the legal require ments. FREAKS OF THE WEATHER. Red Hot In Chleago Torrid In Iowa Eight Inches of Snow on the Level In Wyoming- Chicago, Sept. 21. The last four days have been the hottest in the history of the oity for September. It is cooler to day. BED BOT IN IOWA. Marshalltown, Iowa. There is no ma terial abatement in the terrific hot spell here. It is unsurpassed in the state's history for September. The second crop of oats is headed out in some localities. SNOW IN WYOMING. Laramie, Wyo. The first snow Btorm of the season reached here early to-day. The temperature has fallen twenty-five degrees since midnight with a cold east wind blowing. SNOW EIGHT INCHES ON TBI LEVEL. ' Rawlins, Wyo. A heavy northeast snow storm began early this morning. The snow is eight inohes deep on the level and it is still Bnowing. There are fears for the sheep still on the ranges. Should the weather turn oold there will undoubt edly be heavy losses. Milk Punoh 10 ots a glass at the Colo rado saloon. Fatal Boiler Explosion. Dayton, Ohio, Sept 21. Today, while sinking wells by steam power at the county infirmary the boiler exploded, killing two men, seriously Injuring three others, and inflicting minor injuries on several by slanders. BOND SYNDICATE DISSOLVED Managers of Syndicate Send Checks to tiie Members in Full for Profits. SAVES THE COUNTRY AND QUITS BUSINESS Exact Figures as to Profits Divided Not Disclosed, But, After Deducting In terest on Money Advanced, Said to Be About 6 Per Cent. New York, Sept. 21. The managers of the government bond syndicate have tnk tion which is regarded as a for solution of the syndioate, the gov ernment having no longer any need of its services. The managers have sent out checks, which were received by the members of the syndioate this morning, giving them the profits of the operations of the syndi cate, the members having already re ceived the principal, which they placed in the hands of the managers. The exact percentage of profit is not at present obtainable, but it is understood that, after allowing interests on the money during the period it was in the hands of the managers, the profits are a trifle below 6 per cent. THE SI Alt KK IS. New York, Sept. 21. Money on oall easy, offered at 2 per cent; prime mercantile paper, 1 5 per cent. Sil ver, 66; lead, $3.15. Chicago. Cattle, receipts, 10,000; trade slow; prices unchanged. Sheep re ceipts, 3,000; market steady. Kansas City. Cattle receipts, 700; shipments, 2,300; market for best grades, steady; Texas steers, $2.10 $3.25; Texas cows, $2.15 $2.60; beef steers, $3.00 $5.30; etockers and feeders, $2.10 $1.15; native cows, $1.10 $3.26; bulls, $2.00 $3.00. Sheep receipts, 10,000; shipments, 900; market, steady. Chicago. Wheat, September, 57J; De cember, 58jJ. Corn, September, 31; November, 29. Oats, September, l!)j; October, 18. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. Steamer Suspected of Aiding; Cuban Insurgents Seized-Sec. and Mrs. Carlisle in Massachusetts Washington, Sept. 21. The depart ment of justice to-day received a tele gram stating that U. S. Attorney Layoook had libeled the steamer Commodore at South Port, N. C, and arrested her offi cers on the suspicion of being engaged in furnishing arms and ammunition to the Cuban insurgents. MOVEMENTS Of HEOBETABY OABLIBLE. Secretary and Mrs. Carlisle left here at 10 o'clock for Marion, Mass., where they will be the guests of the family of Assist ant Seoretary Hamlin. The secretary undoubtedly will see the president, whase summer home is only a short distance from Marion, but it is authoritatively stated that the meeting will have nothing whatever to do with bond issues. AMERICAN WINNERS. liireat Meet of American! and British Athletes In New York-World's Kecords Knocked Silly. New York, Sept. 21. After a month's careful preparation and considerable ex pense, the promotors of the international athletio contest between representatives of the New York Athletic club and the London Athletio club have been rewarded with a beautiful day on which the supre macy of British or American athletics is to be decided. The following are the results of the events: Eight hundred and eighty yard run; Btartcrs, N. Y. A. C, Charles Kil patrick and H. S. Lyons; London, A. C, Frederick S. Horan and C. H. Lewin. Kilpatriok, first; Horan, second; Lyons, third; Lewin, fourth; time 1.63, 2-5. This breaks the world's reoord. Second event, 100 yards run, starters N. Y. A. C, Bernard J. Wefers and John V. Crum; London A. CI., Chas. Alfred Bradley and H. C. Stevens. Wefers, firBt; Bradley, second; Crum, third; Stevens, fourth; time 9:1-5. Third event, running high jump, com petitors, N. Y. A. C, Michael T. Sweeney and S. A. Warner Baltazzi; London, A. C, Reginald Williams and Alan B. JohnBon. M.F.Sweeney, six feet, first; Baltazzi and Williams tied for seoond place at five feet, ten inches; Johnson five feet, nine inches, fourth; Sweeney, after winning the runniig high jump, made a new world's reoord of six feet five and a half inches. The Medical News of Philadelphia com mends very warmly, in a recent issue, the action of the New Mexico board of health, in issuing its ciroulnr of informa tion about the dread disease, consump tion. In Advanced: Years Hood's Sariaparllla is often of great value la giving the strength eo much desired. Mr. W. a. Wyman of Saratoga, Cal., aid t large bunoh, called a tumor, oa hii right breast. He took Hood's Saripaa riua which gave him new life and vigor and the pain and all traces of tumor have wholly disappeared. He says: "Five bot tle did the work. It i literally true, Hood's Oarsaparilla euro. We alio think Hood's Pills the but. Highest of my ABSOLUTELY NEW MEXICO FAIR NOTES Johnny Eeegan, of Gallup, knows how to play base ball according to the modern methods of "de game." The fruit exhibits from the various counties are not alone a wonder they are a holy wonder. Albuquerque Citizen. Yes; and Santa Fe county beaded the list, but the Citizen forgot to make a note of it. The school exhibit at the fair attracts the attention of all visitors. So much has been said about the lack of proper school facilities in New Mexico that this exhibit is a revelation to persons from abroad. Supt. Stamni seleoted his five judges on fruit from California, Kansas, Colora da and Missouri, and their decisions have given better satisfaction than is usual no such occasions. . Over 100 Plymouth Rocks were on ex hibition. C. Lowenberg, of Pena Blanca, and Talcott, of Denver, took blue rib bons. Prof. Chase, of Albuquerque, took first premium on breeding pen. The drill of the Blaok Horse squadron was a splendid exhibition in cavalry movements and received the enthusiastic applause of the visitors. Say what you win, uncle ham's troopers are strictly in it. The finest single display of Bartlett pears at the fair was furnished bv ex- Qov. Prince. There were ten pears, the largest of whioh weighed 11 ounces, nnu their combined weight was eight pounds four and a half ounces. Notwithstanding that the Santa Fe fruit exhibit was awarded the sweepstakes prize, the Citizen makes no mention of such an exhibit. PoaBibly in the rush and exoitemont of the moment the Citi zen has forgotten the existence of Santa Fe county. The bicycle races yesterday afternoon resulted as follows: One-fonrth of mile, Al. Codington, 31 seoonds; three-quarters, nenry loung, of Denver, 2:10 ; five-mile race, J. M. Moore first, Tom Soott seoond, and Al. Codington third, time 11:29. During fair week Albuquerque is taking a vote on naming the city park. Thus rar 4b votes have been oast, of which 817 are for Miss Jnlia Lee. The lady is the sister of Hon. John A. Lee, and the vote is a compliment to her progressive spirit as a oitizen. She is a great lover of flow ers and has done much to arouse interest in the native flora of New Mexioo. The exhibit from Ran Juan county at tracts as muoh attention as anything else on exhibition at the fair. This section of New Mexioo has been coming rapidly to the front as a fruit district, and the samples of its products now on exhibi tion abundantly verify everything that has been Baid on the Bubject. There are certainly no finer fruits shown from arjy- wnere. But the potatoes attract the most attention booause the fruit erowinar sec tions of this oounty are not generally very Buoesslul with potatoes. But San Jnan has shown that her potatoes are fully equal to her apples, aud not to be sur passed in any portion of the west. Al buquerque Citizen. Fandemomium reigned on the race oourse yesterday afternoon. The horses Green Prewitt, Rye and Joe Baile were started, but the latter ran away, as usual, and winded himself bo that he was unfit when the word to start was given. Baile came in third, Prewitt second and Rye won by a neck. This wasn't in accord with the program. The book makers had it "fixed" so that Prewitt was to win, and the judges calmly gave the race to Prewitt. Then the crowd yelled "fraud" and for a while there was much excite ment. As a compromise, the judges declared the race and all bets off. This is a sample of the management which has characterized the whole week's racing. Merit of the horses had nothing to do with the victories. The book makers hove simply fixed the game and played it to suit themselves. Academy of OUR LADY OF LIGHT, t, WWaHliW vj RODEMIW mil" 1 RMll Mil (StMk3 COKPOOTBD BY " THE SISTERS OF LORETTO, SANTA FE, NEW MEXIOO. TKHSI8 : Board and tuition, per month. tSO.OO: Tuition of day ncliolnrn, ! to 5 per month, according to crude. Music, lintriMnoutul mid voi'iu, painting in oil nnd water colors, on rliinn, etc., form i-xtra ' cliurttos. For prospectus or further information, npply to " r-nv't Report 0 PURE R0SEDALE MINE SOLD. Important Deal in San Mateo Gold Property Pittsburg Capitalists Make First Payment. It is not generally knovS, to mi-Xng people that within thirty miles of San Maroial, in the San Mateo mountains, there are located vast bodies of gold bearing quartz only requiring the pres ence of capital and energy to create new money kings and startle the world by the extent and richness of their hidden treas ures, says the San Marcial Bee. The hardy prospector has known of this for a number of years, and a few good locations with more or less de velopment, are in evidenoe to back up his faith. Chief among these is the Rose dale mine, owned, until recently, by enter prising citizens of San Maroial. The main shaft is down about 100 feet and during the progress of the work the out look was so encouraging that a small stamp mill was erected to work the out put. A few months ago Dr. J. B. Davis ar rived in San Marcial from Pittsburg, Pa., ostensibly in Bearch of health, but pre pared to catch on to a good thing if pre sented. His ramblings carried him to Rosedale and investigation proved to him the great value of the mine in ques tion. Pittsburg capitalists were corres ponded with, and assays made of the rock by prominent mining experts proved it to be of great value, and of such a nature that the pure metal conld be extracted at little cost. The negotiations resulted in three of the owners signing a oontruot to sell their interests for $7,500,10 per cent to be paid when the papers were submitted, the bal ance at a later date. Dr. Davis hastened east and sucoeoded in forming a company under the laws of Pennsylvania. These preliminaries foroed this gentleman to ask for an ex tension of sixty days in making the final payment. The check for the first pay ment reached Mr. Broyles' bank in San Marcial, on last Saturday, and on Mon day the sellers agreed to the new arrange ment and accepted the check. W. K. Nat tress receives $3,000; Fred Keith $3,000, and Julius Bates, $1,500, the closing pay ment to be made January 6, next. The other two owners, J. E. Nichols and C. H. reatherston, will be members of the new oompany, the former having a one-eighth interest and the latter two-eighths. Movement of Troops. A recent order from military headquar ters directs the transfer of eight troops of the 1st and 7th cavalry. Troops A, now at Fort Stanton, E and H, at Fort Grant, and B, at Fort Bayard, all of the 1st cavalry, ordered to Forts Reno and Sill, O. T., and their places in this de partment will be hiled by four troops of the 7th cavalry ordered in from Forts Hancock, Clark and Houston, Texas. DAVID S. LOWITZKI. Dealer In FURNITURE AND QUEENSWARE NEW AND SECOND HAND. Highest Cash I'riccs Paid for Second Hand (lioode. GOODS SOLD ON SMALL COMMISSION OR EASY PAYMENTS .... Mother Francisca Lamy, Superior.