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W MEXICANi SANTA FE, N. M., SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1895 NO 185 VOL.32. We have do axe to grind in claiming everything (or oar hardware. The troth is beat at all times, and that's the trnth. We oarry nothing but first-class hardware and draw the hardware line at Al. If yon boy any article seoond grade, don't let it be hardware. Poor hardare is one of the best things in the world not to have aronnd yon. Be generons and let some body else have all there is of it. That is onr policy and we find it pays. It will pay you to adopt onr hardware platform. Every artiole we oarry is trne and genuine as steel. W. H. GOEBEL, Catron Block - Santa Fe. MULLER & WALKER. -DEALERS IN- M -AND PBOPBIITOB8 OV- S-A.2sTT.A. IT IE BAKEBY. FKEBH IIBKll), P1K8 AS11 CAKEB. AGENTS FOB Boss Patent Flour. Club House Canned Goods. Hesston Creamery Butter. Phone 53 Careful attention given to special orders for cakes and pastry. Campers' supplies paoked free of charge. Call and examine our stock and gee our low prices. S.S.BEATY, DEALER IN UPlll fin I H UJJ is emiiNS Carry Full Hay, Grain, Fruit and Lumber. : G-reat Bend Pat Imperial Flour. The Elgin Creamery Butter. Fresh Ranch Eggs. Monarch Canned Goods. Teas, Coffees & Spices first quality Colorado New Potatoes. Fresh Poultry & Oysters received every Friday. - C3-IVE! TTS A. QAXLI Corner Bridge & Water Sts. TELEPHONE 40. A. STAAB, ' y : ..... . IMPORTER AND JOBBER. V " ' ' Oldest and Largest Establishment in BonthwMt. Wholesale Dealer in Groceries, Liquors, Tobacco; Cigars, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hardware. NATIONAL CAPITAL BUDGET. Lieut, ften. Schofleld will Relinquish the Command of the U. S. Army To-morrow. HELD THE EXALTED RANK SEVEN YEARS President Will Not Return to Wash ington Till Oct. 15 Arrested on Ac countof an Old Amy Quarrel Denby Heard From. Washington, Sept. 28. To-morrow Lieut. Gen. John M. Sobofield goes on the retired list. For more than seven years he has been in command of the army, and, einoe February last, he has held the exalted rank of lieutenant gen eral by speoial aot of congress. WHEN TBI FBKSIDINT WILL BETUBN. The president is- not expected to re turn to Washington from Gray Gables until about Ootober 15. " BKSOLT 01 AH O J,. QUASBBTi. - Capt. Geo. Armes, retired, better known as Major Armes, was arrested yesterday on an order signed by Assistant Adjutant General Vincent, by order of the aoting sec retary of war, Gen. Sohofleld. There has been a personal quarrel of twenty-five year's standing between Gen. Sobofield and Major Armes. Major Armes, it is said, was refused an interview with the general and wrote him an insulting letter. His attorneys, Kalston and Hiddons, con template asking for a writ of habeas cor pus to secure his release. MIN1STEB DINBY BEABD FB0H. Minister Denby oabled the state de partment to-day from Fekin as follows: The Yamen have telegraphed the authori ties of Chili Shansi and Shen Si to ap point an officer to escort the commission. An edict will be issued in a few days pun ishing the officials and degrading the viceroy. Will telegraph it. KILLED A BUKGLAB. Dr. Andrew Stewart wsb awakened early this morning by three bnrglars in his room. He grabbed a Winchester and opened fire on them. Two made good their esoape, bat the third, an unknown mulatto, retreated to the bath room and the docter, after several shots, killed him. Weekly Bank Statement New York, Sept. 28. The weekly bank statement is as folllow: Reserve, de crease, f 117,325; loans, deorease, $5,866, 700; specie, deorease, $294,100; legal tenders, deorease, $2,186,200; deposits, decrease, $19,327,900; circulation, in crease, $301,500. The banks now hold $22,296,175 in excess of legal re quirements. VICTORY FOR THE PEOPLE. Denver Council Commanded to Pass an Ordinance Kegulntlng Water Kates. Dnnraven Hone Home New Port, R. I., Sept. 28. The Val halle sailed for England to-day with Lord Dnnraven on board, as the owoer'a guest. THE FLAMRS AT WORK. Destruction of the Finest tiralu Kle vator In the Northwest Spinning Mill Damaged 100,000. West Superior, Wis., Sept. 28. The Daisy mill elevator, the finest in the northwest, owned by E. F. Allis A Co.; of Milwaukee, and containing 80,000 bushels of wheat, bnrned this morning. The loss is $50,000 on bnilding and about the same on contents; fully insured. The fire was oaused by an explosion of flour dust. DAMAGED BY VIBE.' Woonsocket, R. I. A fire to-day dam aged the River Spinning company's mill $100,000 or more. Silver )n the Orient. Washington, Sept. 28. The department of state is in receipt of a report on the trade of China for 1894, prepared by the British legation at Fekin. The most re markable feature of this trade for the year is that notwithstanding the Japanese war and many other untoward circum stances good results were obtained, and that a promising revival of commercial prosperity has set in. "Fluctuations iu the valne of silver," says the report, "though occurring, were less violent, and while exposing the importer to lens risk also afforded more confidence to the ex porters. We may conclnde that tlis re vival, which, under changed conditions, we expect to continue, is the natural re salt of the range of values having reached a sonnd and safe basis, and of moderate steadiness in exchange, whioh has reached a low standard." The consul general at Shanghai says: "Stability in the value of silver is the one desideratum of the foreign merchant in the far east; and it is pointed - out that the fluctuations in it most really affect the well being of the entire population of the United Kingdom. Under the in fluences of cheap silver the volume of exports oontinnes to expand, and the European consumer reaps the benefit of their cheapness in gold prioes. The fall in silver and low freights have combined to enable the majority of the staple ex ports to China to be laid down in Europe at about half the cost at which they ooold be sold years ago." A WESTERN REPUBLICAN. NOTE OF WARNING TO SPAIN Spanish Government Must Crush the Cuban Rebellion During' the Next Three Months. OTHERWISE POWERS WILL INTERFERE In the Interest of Humanity and Com merceUnited States Has Only Agreed to Keep Hands Off for a Reasonable Time. Chicago, Sept. 28. A special to the Times-Herald from Washington Bays that Spain must crush the Cuban rebellion dnring the next three months or submit to international interference in the interest of humanity and commerce. The United States has agreed for the present to keep hands off, but this is accompanied by the taoio warning that, unless Spain oarriea out her promise of suppressing the insurrection and restoring order in Cuba within a reasonable time, she must expeot this government to pursue quite a different policy. . Mummarlly Ueiuoved. ', ' St. Louis, Sept. 28. Theannouncement is made this afternoon that Lieut. Col. SamueT L. Whiteside, U. S. A., command ant at Jefferson barracks, has been sum marily deposed by Secretary of War Lamont and Lieut. Col. Guy V. Henry has been ordered there from New Mexioo to take charge of the post. CONSULS INSULTED. Inquiry of Foreign Consuls Into the Ku Chens Massacre Obstructed by Chinese OiHcials. He Speaks of the Party Hentlment in the West Cameron for the Presidency- Denver, Sept. 28. The water consum ers of Denver won a viotory when Judge Johnson, of the distriot court, deoided that a writ of mandamus should issue to the city eounoil, requiring it to pass an ordinance directing the Water com pany to fix a rate equivalent to the average rate of St. Louis, Cincinnati and Chioago, as provided in its contraot. Ten clays were allowed the oity attorney to make answer to the peremptory writ or to make appeal. To Prison for Price Fighting. Weir Oity, Eas., Sept. 28. "Paddy" Pnrtell and Johnson, "The Terrible Swede," have been sentenoed to one year each in the penitentiary for fighting. The fight ooenrred last spring at Oalena. The county attorney had orders from Qov. Morrill to stop It, but be watched several rounds before interfering. Attorney Gen eral Davis immediately took steps to have the fighters prosecuted and has been successful in securing conviction and sentence. - ANOTHER RACE PROTESTED. Ilaelng Committee Decided Against the British Yacht and Race will Be Mailed Over. Centre Island, N. Y., Sept. 28 The racing committee of the Seawanhaka-Corinthian Yacht olnb, having charge of the series of international races between the Sprnoe the skipper Brand, of the Minama Yaoht olub, of England, and the Ethel Wy nn,Capt. Ball, of the Indian Harbor Yaoht olnb, of Connecticut, deoided against the British yacht in the matter of the protest, whioh the Brand raised after rounding the seoond mark in yesterday's race. Conse quently the fifth race of the series will be sailed to-day over a triangular course, two miles to the leg and repeat. sfbucs biitkh. Centre Island, N. Y., Sept. 28. The Ethel Wynn beat the Spruce to-day easily, thus winning the series with the British yaoht. Washington, Sept. 28. Congressman Hartman, of Montana, is here, talking sil ver and protection. "The western Bilver states," he tells the interviewers, "are for protection as well as silver," and, con tinuing, says: "Both parties there are for silver, but the Republicans are in sympathy with the popular sentiment on both questions. We snail send silver dele gates to the Republican national conven tion, pledged to vote for none but a silver candidate, and we can hold the state in the national election by pledging our eleotors in advanoe not to vote for any presidential candidate who "s not full;- committed to the free coinage of silver, 16 to 1. "We believe in protection, as do eastern Republicans, but when the party deolares for bimetallism we think it is lust as necessary for the party to stand up for its plodges in that respect as it is for it to maintain protection. There is not much question in my mind abont the out come of the fight for the Republican nomi nation for the presidency.- The seleotion of Mr. Quay as chairman of the Pennsyl vania state committee means that ne win be chairman of the national Republican oommittee, and' Pennsylvania will be for Cameron for the presidency. Mr. Quay will support Mr. Cameron, and in that race we will give him ten western Btates. He ought to get at least half of the south ern votes in the convention." The liOndon Sneer. London, Sept. 28. The newspapers of London to-day profess to find in the pro ceedings of the Irish nationalist conven tion at Chicago material for amusement, The Globe this afternoon observes that Mr. Finnertv and his colleagues deserve the thanks of the world for furnishing an entertaining faroe. It the course of an artiole tbe St. James Gazette uses the following language: "There are none so valiant as the exiled Hibernian in the secure atmosphere of an American liquor saloon. There are none so readv as he to attack the Saxon when the Saxon can not get at mm, or so pat riotic in raising other people's money for war." HARRISON HEARD FROM. THE BIABKBTH. Santa Fe Now Mexico THE PALACE HOTEL QANTA FE, N. M. THE ONLY BIBI CLASS HOTEL H THE CITY. RENOVATED THROUGHOUT. Crms, from $3.00 to $4.00 par Say. Spoil lUtes to Fewon. or Parti toy tht Week or Xonth. HERMAN CLAUSSEN, Prop. New York. Bent. 27. Money on oall Ann at l4 oer cent: prime mercantile n.ner. iU 01 fiW. Silver, 66 ; lead, $3.16. Kansas Oity. Cattle reoeipts, 1,000; ihioments. 2.700: market slow, steady; Texas steers, $2.60 $8.45; beef steers, $8.60 $6.26; stockers and feeders, $2.26 Oil 4.(o. uneeo reotipia, i,ouu uii- ments, 600; market steady; lambs, $8.00 Hi t.l.00: muttons. $2.60 $3.00. Chioago. Cattle, reoeipts, 1,000, in eluding 600 Texana; market slow; prioes weak at reoent decline. Sheep reoeipts, q ann. market steadv. Chicago. Wheat, September, 62. Corn, 82M Oats,19M. - DISDAINED EXPLANATION. British Mteamahlp Fired On by gpaalah Uanboat Without Caaee r Explanation. v. York. Rent. 28. A special to the Herald from Kingston, Jnmfrioa, says The captain of the British steamship Alene, of the Atlas line, has reported his kin flmil nnon bv a Spanish sunboat of Caoe Mavo. The Alene at onoe hoisted her eolots and turned about on her course. Tha Rnmiah war vessel followed in pur suit until within a mile of the Alene, h.n. naif disdaining to give any ex planation, sailed away. . Hong Kong, Sept. 28. The obstrnotion of the inquiry by foreign consuls into the Ku Cheng massaore of August is still kept up by Chinese offioials. The forty men suspected of complicity in the riots have been liberated by tbe local authori ties without the oonsent of the consuls. Mr. Mansfibld, British consul at Ku Cheng, has been insnlted by Chinese Boldiers. The consols are considering the advis ability of returning to Foo Chow and submitting the matter to their respective governments. Itecelvers Appointed. Milwaukee, Sept. 28. Edward Mo- Cheney, of St.-Paul, chief engineer of the Northern Paoiflo railway, and Frank O. Bigelow, a banker of this city, were ap pointed receivers of the Northern Facile road by Judge Jenkins. Church Announcements. At the Catholic Cathedral to-morrow, 17th Sunday after Pentecost, services will be as follows: FirBt mass, 6:80 a. m.; sec ond mass at 8:30 a. m.; third mass at 9:30 m., sermon in English; fourth mass at 10:30 a. m., sermon in Spanish. Vespers and benediction at 7 p. m. On next Fri day next, patronal feast of St. Francis of the oathedral of Santa Fe, grand cere mony at 9:30 a. in. At the Presbyterian ohuroh to-morrow: Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; preaohing services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Y. P. S. C. E., junior at 3:15 p. m.; senior at 1 m. Key. J. A.Menaul, ot AiDuquerque, superintendent of missions, who has just returned from a visit to Europe, will preach morning and evening. Subject in the evening, "f ootprints oi rresoy terianism in Scotland and Ireland." AH are cordially invited to attend these ser vices. At the Church of the Holy Faith to morrow, 16th Sunday after Trinity, feast of St. Michael and All Angels, services will be as follows: Morning prayer Bnd celebration of the Holy Communion, 11; evening prayer, 4:30. Next Friday the litany will be read at 4:80 p. m. At the Guadalupe churoh to-morrow, September 29,1895,17th Sunday after Pen tecost: First mass, 6:30 a. m., sermon in Spanish; seoond mass, 9:30 a. m., sermon in English; vespers and benediction at 7 p. m. On week days, mass at 6 a. m. P. Uilberton, pastor. Not a Candidate In the Sense of Being a Candidate-Does Wot Approve or Either JlcKinley or Beed. IndianaooHs. Sept. 28. Col. John C New, in an authorized interview to-day, said: "Gen. Harrison does not desire to ran for the presidency And is in no sense a candidate. The stories that he has withdrawn in we interest of anyone are without foundation in fact. Were his ad vice solicited, be would seleot neither Mo Kinlev nor Reed as the Republican candi date for president. Col. New deolined to state whom Oen. Harrison would prefer as the oandidate. Attempted Assassination. Yokohoma. Sept. 28. An attempt was made to-dav on the life of Marquis of Ito, prime minister anu presiaeni oi me nnnnoil of Japan. The would-be assas sin, who is a member of the anti-toreign league, was arrested. A Bio Grande feeder. The Salida Mail says: The projeot for building the Albuquerque, Colorado & Paoiflo road seems to be nearing consum mation. Papers will soon be filed in Den ver and the central ; omce esiaousnea fchaiui. The line will conneot with the D. & R. G. at Dnrango, and will be a strong feed er to it, so that it is presumed tne u. R. ft. will assist the projeot. The line is surveyed through one of the most prolific fruit sections of northern New Mexico, where tons of fruit are grown with but little attention, for whioh there is no outlet to a market. This fruit ripens earlier in the season than products of the western slope, so it would not come into competition very greatly with Grand Junction or Delta enterprise, but wnnld be a stronger competitor of the (Jail- fnrnla neaohss and (trapes. There would be other advantages also in the opening of that section of the territory to rail road enterprise. ' . , Is Your Blood Pure If It Is. you will be strong, vigorous, lull ot life and ambition ; you will have a good appetite and good digestion; strong nerves, sweet sleep. But how few can say tna tneir Diooa is pure I How many people are suffering daily from the consequences ot Impure blood, scrofula, salt rheum, rheumatism, catarrh, nervousness, sleeplessness, and That Tired Feeling. Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies, vitalizes and enrlohes the blood. Therefore, it is the medicine for you. It will give you pure, rioh, red blood and strong nerves. It will overcome that tired feeling, create an appetite, give refreshing sleep and make you strong. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the Only True Blood Purifier Prominently in the public eye today. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report torn Bakta ABSOLUTELY PURE NEW MEXICO NEWS. Real estate is steadily changing hands in Raton for bnilding purposes. Sheriff Romero, of San Miguel county, is confined to his bouse by Bickness. Felix Martinez, clerk of the court at Las Vegas, has returned from a visit to the republic of Mexico. The Raton Range oomplains that Col fax county was not fairly treated either at the territorial fair or at the so-called territorial musical contest at Las Vegas. The School of Mines opened one week ago last Monday with a good attendance of students. Pnf. Seam on is evidently, the rigutruan in tLa right place. Sooorn Chieftain. . Chas. G. Leioham, of the Las Vegas Examiner, who attended the marriage of his brother, F. J. Leichnm, and Miss Bertha Otto, at San Maroial, passed np the road to Las Vegas Thursday night. Estelano Rael, son-in-law of Don Ed- nardo Martinez, of Anton Chico, the hus band of the former Miss Margarita Mar tinez, has been guilty of the heinous crime of wife beating, a penitentiary offense, under the laws of New Mexico. Optic. The citizens of Albuquerque subscribed nearly $4,500 to the territory fair fnnd, and President Weaver states that every dollar will be collected. In faot, the treasurer, Mr. Keen, reports that nearly all the subscriptions have already been paid. It is definitely known that the Browne fc Manzanares company, of Las Vegas and Sooorro, are negotiating for the pur chase of the business, stock and building of the Forbes Mercantile company, np at Trinidad, Colo., though nothing definite has yet been arrived at. John N. Iagrig, formerly a drug drum mer, visiting Las Vegas regularly, thence removing to El Paso, Texas, has for the past several years been engaged largely in gold mining. He is nt present run ning a mill at Otis, abont thirty miles south of Casn Grande, and has about $15, 000 worth of gold ore in treatment. Dr. George W. Harrison, who was pres ident of the Bank of Commerce for the past two years, to-day stepped down and out of that position. The board of direct ors v ill meet in a few dayB, and a new president will then be elected. Albu querque Citizen. Gov. Prince thinks that New Mexioo should have a fruit exhibit, yearly, apart from the fair, where there are so many interests that thiB one dooB not receive its due measure of consideration. The idea is excellent. Let Santa Fe move in the matter; as one of the great fruit centers of the territory, the exhibit should be held there. Las Vegas Optic. The man Edwards, who is one of the parties held at Trinidad for tbe robbery of the Blossburg postoffice, is the same man who, a few weeks ago, was arrested at the depot platform by City Marshal Gray for attempting to shoot a woman. It will be remembered that he broke jail and escaped. When arrested here he gave his name as Griswold. Raton Re porter. Over fifty people gathered at the depot last evening to meet Edwin B. Harsch and his fiancee, Miss Lizzie Bernard, who arrived from the east at 9:20 o'clook. Im mediately on the arrival of the bridal party, they were driven to the house ot friends, while everything was being made ready at the Harsch home for the oere mony. At abont 10:30 p. m. the bride and groom were driven to the residence of the groom's parents, where they were met by the 1st regimental band of the 1st New Mexico infantry, discoursing the wecming march. Over 100 invited guests were present when Rev. Adkinson performed the solemn ceremony that made the cou ple man and wife. Albuquerque Ultizen, Papers of assignment were filed in the oounty clerk's ofBoe, down at LI Paso, Texas, on Wednesday for i;naries n Sperling, Socorro, N. M., and Sperling t-Isxsisl'a Dill a aftm-dinnw pi an I iuuu a i famllr eattiartM. no. CHAS. WAGNB R, FURNITURE QUEEHSWARE Tinware, Hardware, Stoves. I have a full line of Picture Frames and Mouldings and in f ct everything in tbe household line. I will furnish yon from the parlor to the kitchen on easy payments ana oearocK prices, oarrv the lareest stock In the city. repair all kinds of furniture, sewing machines and musical instruments. XLemake matreaeea and all kinds of upholstering. i Bros., at the Tonne smelter. Henry M. Dougherty, of Sooorro, is tha assignee. The liabilities foot up about $32,000, while the assets, not including real estate, amount to $9,937. The heaviest creditors are Socorro and Albuquerque people, bnt the debts of the house are pretty well dis tributed among the cities of El Paso, St. Louis, Chicago, Denver, San Francisco and Santa Fe. The El Paso creditors are L. B. Freudenthal & Co., $1,155; O. G. Seeton, $50; A. Mathias, $469.20; Kohl berg Bros.,, $12.68; T. H. Springer, $8.45; Q. E. Hubbard & Co., $60.95. The Albu querque Democrat having stated in its yesterday morning's issue that the Browne it Manzanares Co., of this city and So corro, were losers to the amount of $7,000 by the Sperling failure, a reporter for the Optw " -litailed to run down the infor mation. F. A. Manzanares was uut of town when tbe reporter called at his of floe, this morning, bnt Millard W. Browne was found at his desk hard at work. In answer to questions asked, he B.iid that the loss would not aggregate bo mujh as stated, but it would be considerable. Las Vegas Optic. Mrs. Bush has fitted up the Lehman Spiegelberg house with comfortable Bit ting and dining roonn and will resume keepinir boarders on October 1. one will give sinsle meals or take boarders by the day, week or month, t or terms apply to Mrs. M. Bush, Santa Fe, N. M. John MoCallongh Colorado saloon. Havana olgars at Siotlve. I offer fruit, etc., at the following prices in lots to the amount ot ou cents or more: Fine large pears per lb Fine large apples per lb Large Siberian crab ap ples per lb German prunes per lb French prunes per lb New Santa Fe honey . . . per lb New sweet cider per gal 25 c Leave orders with E. ANDREWS. 2 l-2c 2c 1 l-2c 4c 5c 15c We lead. Others follow. Ys S.Come and examine our fine stock. II 0TT0JOHNS0N&GO DAVID 8. LOWITZKI. Dealer In FURNITURE AND QUEENSWARE NEW AND SECOND HAND. HiglioHt Cash Prices I'uld for Nrcond Hand tiioods. GOODS SOLD ON SMALL COMMISSION OK EASY PAYMENTS .... Academy OUR LADY OF LIGHT, Cokduo-iid sr THE SISTERS OF LOR SANTA IP 32, IfcTIEW MEXICO. TEKHM : Board and tuition, per month. 0.00 j Tuition of day ncliolars, 5 to Wfll per month, according to grade. Music, liiMfruinrittal una vocal, painting in oil and water colors, on chinu, etc., form extra charge. For prospectus or further information, ninily to Mother Francisca Lamy, Superior.