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SANTA FE, N. M TUESDAY OCTOBER 1 1895
We have no axe to grind in claiming
everything for our hardware. The truth
is beat at all times, and that's the truth.
We oarry nothing but first-class hardware
and draw the hardware Hue at Al. If you
boy any artiole second grade, don't let it
be hardware. Poor hardware is one of
the best things in the world not to have
around you. Be generous and let some
body else have all there is of it. That is
our polio; and we find it pays. It will
pay you to adopt our hardware platform.
Every article we oarry is true and genuine
W. H. COEBEL,
Catron Block - Santa Fe.
MULLER fe WALKER.
s i ran Groceries
-AND PBOPBIITOBS OV-
FHE8H 11BEAD, PIEB AND CAKES.
Boss Patent Flour.
Olub 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 get our low prices.
S. S. BEATY,
Hay, Grain, Fruit and Lumber.
G-reatBend Pat Imperial Flour.
The Elgin Creamery Butter.
Fresh Ranch Eggs.
Monarch Canned G-oods.
Teas, Coffees & Spices first quality
Colorado New Potatoes.
Fresh Poultry & Oysters received
... every Friday.
Q-IVS US A.OA.XjX.I .
Corner Bridge & Water Sts.
DEEP WATER STATESMEN.
Formal Opening1 of Western States
Deep Water Convention at
LARGE ATTENDANCE OF PROMINENT MEN
Suyectsof Particular Momentto West
em People Under Consideration
Deep Water at Galveston and
Velasco Latin American
All Favor Cuba.
Chioago, Oot. 1. The Tribune pub
lishes interviews with seventeen gov
ernors, all of whom advocate the recogni
tion by the United States of the Cnbans
A 15-Year Old Ulrl or St. Joseph
Caught In Chicago Alleged that
She Was Spirited Away at the
Instigation of a I'liest.
IMPORTER AND JOBBER.
Oldest and Largest Establishment in Southwest.
Wholesale Dealer in Groceries, Liquors, .
Tobacco, Cigars, Dry G-oods, Clothing,
. Boots, Shoes, and Hardware.
Topeka, Kas., Oot. 1. The informal
opening of the western states deep water
conference was inaugurated this after
noon by serenades at the various hotel
At 4 o'olock Gov. Morrill will oall the
first session to order. An organization
will then be effeoted and an address of
welcome will be delivered by Gen. J. 0,
Caldwell, one of the heroes of Gettysburg
and ex-minister to the Argentine Repub
lic. This evening a public reoeption will be
Wednesday will be full of speeches and
Thursday will be the last day of the con
Among the well known people who ar
rived to-day are ex-Gov. Hubbard, of
Texas; ex-Gov. Fishbaok, of Arkansas;
Congressman C. C. Burton, of Missouri;
Gen. Francis J. Heany, of San Franoisoo;
ex-CongresBman Sibley Clark, of Okla
homa; J. D. Whelpley, editor of the Han
Antonio Express; A. L. Fitch, of Omaha.
In a Bpecial car this morning oame
Maj. A. M. Miller, of the 17. S. army, en
gineer in charge of the Gal,eston harbor;
J. D. Sayers, oongresssman from Texas,
and chairman of the appropriation com
mittee of the last congress; G. . Mann,
chairman of the Texas delegation; Clar
ence Ousley, a representative of the Gal
veston News and Tribune and Dallas
Ex-Gov. Hubbard said to the Asso
ciated Press reporter: "I have no par
ticular choice of harbors. I am not
brave enough to oommit myself. There
are enough products and water to give
every port in Texas business. While I
do not anticipate the immediate consum
mation of our hopes of seouring concert
ed action, yet I venture the prediction
that it is only a question of time
when we will have unbroken shipping in
terests to the marts of South America."
Changing the sub jeot the govern or said :
"There may or may not be a prize fight
in Texas. Gov. Culberson's proclamation
oonvening the legislature to enact an
other prize fight law was a great sur
prise. If a law be passed making prize
fighting a felony then there will be no
fight between Fitzsimmons and Corbett?"
T. B. Mills, of Las Vegas, N. M., said:
"Do you know that the difference in
prices of freight by water and by oar is
twenty-six to one iu favor of water?"
B. F. Freymeyer, of Velasoo, Texas,
said : "At Velasoo we have sixteen feet of
water. We want trade with Latin Amer
ica. I think this conference will be of.
great good." -
Two Thousand Strikers
Columbus, Ohio, Oot. 1. A special to
theDispatoh from Massillon says' that
2,000 miners there stopped work to-day.
They want 60 cents and the operators
want to pay 60 oents, but the two dis
agree as to the plan of fixing the rate.
These miners are disposed to leave the
United Mine Workers of America, who
are not in sympathy with their aotion.
Large Mill Klevator Burned In Nebraska-Prairie
Bed Cloud, Neb., Oot. 1. The Red
Cjoud roller mill elevator and warehouse,
one of the largest plants in the state,
bnrned last night. The loss will amount
to $40,000, with 20,000 insuranoe on
building and maohinery.
- PBAIBII VIB1S IN KANSAS.
Independence, Kas. Prairie fires are
raging south of here.
Arrested for EmbesElement.
St. Louis, Oot. 1. Arthur -J. Goodwin,
recently agent at Cripple Creek, Colo.,
for the Continental Oil eompany, of Den
ver, has been arrested in this city on a
charge of embezzlement, at the request
of the chief of polioe of Colorado Springs.
The prisoner has signed an agreement to
return without a requisition.
CAMPAIGN IN IOWA.
Hepabllran Candidate for Governor
Indulges In a Remarkable Straddle
on Currency Question.
Orange City, Iowa, Oot. 1. Gen. Drake,
Republican candidate for governor,
opened the campaign this afternoon.
Speaking of the money question, ha said:
"We must nave a sound and statue cur
rency, a currency not liable to fluctua
tions, for the safe sad successful oonduot
of business and the employment of labor
and the buying and selling of its products.
The Republican party is in favor of good
money and of a sufficient volume to facili
tate the employment of labor and the un
limited transaction of business, uold
and silver should be maintained on a
Daritv. otherwise trouble mast eome and
disaster follow. Of the position - of the
Demooratio party on this question there
is no exact knowledge. It is at least sad
ly divided. The outcome of its polioies
is even more uncertain,"
Paris, Oot. 8. Professor Louis Pasteur,
the eminent dootor, died Saturday night
The oause of Mr. Pasteur's death' fas
weak condition of his heart, with other
aomDlioations. Last Wednesday, says the
Paris journals, was the orisis. He was
quite oonsoious of his approaohing end,
and bade an affectionate farewell to bis
wife and his daughter and son-in-law and
their children. He wept a little and upon
beinir asked "Why are you crying, grand
pa J" he replied "Beoaues I am going to
feave you all, my children."
Ths government has deoided to hold a
state funeral. Professor Pasteur's wife
has reoeived telegrams of. sympathy from
President Faure, from M. Challemell
Laoour, president of the senate, and from
all natta of the world.
Thtffovernment desired to inter the
remajirs of the distinguished man in the
Pantheon, bnt It was the family's wish
that he should be buried at the Pasteur
institute. The obsequies will be held at
the cathedral of Notre Dame, probably
on Thursday next.
Chicago, Oot. 1. Maud Steidel, aged
15, whose parents live in St. Joseph, Mo.,
waB arrested at the Westside convent by
officers from St. Joseph last eight.
Albert Elandt was also arrested on the
charge of abduction. He is a brother-in-law
of Father Dominiok Wagner, whom
friends of the girl say spirited her away
from sohool in St. Joseph.
The police have secured the furniture,
which it is asserted was shipped here by
Father Wagner, and which gives an indi
cation that he expected to set up house
keeping in Chicago.
FATHEB WAONEB ABBEBTXD.
St. Joseph, Mo. Father Dominick
Wagner, arrested last night charged with
abducting Maude Steidel, waived a pre
liminary examination to-day and was
bound over. His bond wr.s fixed at $1,500,
whiob it is thoaght he can raise.
A Hilling Frost.
Chicago, Oot. 1. Blighting frosts swept
over Minnesota, Wisconsin, northern Illi
nois and portions of weBteru Michigan
last night. Fruit growers and celery
pickers in these regions were warned
twenty-four honrs in advance, but it is
improbable that they were able fully to
HAIL TO THE CHIEF.
NATIONAL CAPITAL BUDGET,
After Anxious and Perplexing: Con
sideration President Commutes
Death Sentence of Mattox.
HIS INDORSEMENT SHOWS HESITANCY
Corpus Christ! Intoxicated with Joy
Over the Arrival There of Pugil
Corpus Christi, Texas, Oot. 1. About
half of the male population of this city
assembled at the Aransas Pass depot long
before the arrival of the Fitzsimmons
train laBt night. Fitzsimmons and party
were met by a oommittee of representa
tive men and escorted to the Constantine
hotel, where elaborate preparations had
been made for their entertainment. A
band filled the corridors of the hotel with
music, while the party partook of supper.
Fitzsimmons is in splendid physical con
dition and sanguine of success.
' Five Hundred Flyers.
Kansas City, Mo., Oot. 1. A thirty days
raoing meeting will be inaugurated here
October 8, under the auspices of the Kan
sas City Jookey olub. Already 160 horses,
most of them from the Counoil Bluffs
track, are here, and the list will be swelled
to 600. E. C. J. Bird, of St. Louis, is here
with Roy, Schuylkill and Sonthernest,
while M. L. Connelly has a string, includ
ing Al"g Macs:, r rauKie a, Diuiue uiiu
Liberty Bell, on the ground.
Instructions) to the Ladles.
Philadelphia, Pa, Oot. 1. Ex-Presl-
dent Harrison has entered the literary
field. He is now engaged at his Indian
apolis home on a series of artioles to be
oalled "This Country of Ours," the publi
cation of which will shortly begin in the
Ladies' Home Journal, of this city. It is
Gen. Harrison's purpose to explain to
women what the United States govern
ment means, viewed from its inner work
ROTTEN BANKS CLOSED.
Missouri's New Bank Examination
Law Has Already Driven Nineteen
Insolvent Concerns to the Wall.
Jefferson City, Oot. 1. The Bank of
Monett and the Bank of Purdy, both
Barry county institutions, have been
closed by Seoretary of State Lesneur, upon
notification by the state bans examiner
of their insolvent condition, and they are
now in the hands of receivers. This
makes thirteen banks closed by the secre
tary of state since the exeoution of the
new bank examination law began on the
1st of July, besides some half dozen
others that anticipated examination by
Is Miles in It
New York, Oot. 1. There is now no
longer any doubt but that Major General
Miles is to succeed Lieutenant General
Sohofield in the office of general in com
mand of the United States army. Gen
eral Miles made a statement of the fact
to a reporter of the Associated Press, say
ing that be was informed oi toe pres
ident's determination to appoint him on
Friday by the seoretary of war, whom he
met in this oity by speoial appointment
at the Metropolitan olub.
NO COMMENT TO HAKE.
Washington. What purported to. be an
interview with Gen. Nelson A. Miles was
printed yesterday in which the latter was
made to say that he had a letter from
President Cleveland, telling him that he
would be appointed general of .the army
to succeed uenerai Bononeia. vynen
shown the interview Seoretary Lament
said he had no comment to make and
would neither deny nor affirm its truth.
St. James Uazette Pronounces these
Defeats of English Athletes Across
the Atlantic Monotonous.
London, Oot. 1. The St. James Ga
zette this afternoon, referring to the de
feat of the Cambridge-Oxford orioket team
by the Philadelphia's, .remarks: These
defeats of English athletes across the At
lantic are beooming monotonous. If there
is one thing we oonld do, we thought we
eould play cricket. America is now tak
ing op that game, though it was never
pupular there; yet even at cricket they
have oontrived to beat us.
Lynched In California.
Ukiah, Cala., Oot. 1. Jaok LittleDeld
was lynohed to-day in Round Valley,
north of here, for shooting J. M. Vinton
in a row between oow boys on rival cattle
ransres. Littleueid was arrested Sunday,
but esoaped. He was shot by the mob
and then hanged.
Milk Punch 10 ets glass at the Colo
Fourth-Class Postotticea Advanced to
Presidential Grade Comparative
Treasury Statement for Sep
Washington, Oct. 1. Th president has
commuted to imprisonment for life the
death sentence imposed upon Clyde Mat
tox, of Kansas. This is the case in
which the prisoner's mother, after appeal
ing .personally to the president, secured
a letter assuring her that the death sen
tence would not be carried out.
Mattox was convicted of killing an old
colored man, John Mullen, who was seek
ing to proteot two oolored girls. He was
convicted and sentenoed to be hanged iu
Kansas in 1891, gained a new trial from
the U. S. supreme court, and after two
more trials was again convioted and re
sentenced to death on March 23, 1891.
Another appeal was taken to the U. S.
supreme court and this time the
Judgment was amrmed and the convict
wbr sentenced to be hanged on October
11, of this year. As a last resort an ap
peal was made to the president.
In his indorsement the president said:
"It is with muoh hesitation that I can
show any measure of clemency in this
oase, inasmuch as I do not regard this
oonviot as entitled to any sympathy be
cause of his former life or the testimony
taken in the trial. I have ooncluded,
however, after anxious and perplexing
consideration of all the facts presented
to me, to save the convict from the death
awaiting him under sentence of the conrt,
and at the same time effectively proteot
society in future against his vicious pro
pensities by directing his imprisonment
during life. I am constrained to this
conrso simply because I can not shut out
the fear that certain testimony offered
upon his trial, and exoluded by the oourt,
and which a strong minority of the su
preme court held should have been re
oeived, might, if admitted, have produced
a result more favorable to the convict and
probably have averted bis sentence of
The following fourth class postofflces
became presidential to-day and the post
masters in each oase were reappointed:
Colorado Viotor; Texas Albany, Baird,
Belleville, Forney, Uiddmgs, Meridan.
1 MISS BLAOKBUBN WAS MABBItD.
Miss Luoile Blaokburn, daughter of
Senator Blackburn, of Kentuoky, was
married to-day to Thomas b . Lane, obief
of the division in the register's office of
the treasury department.
BURNED IN JAIL.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report l:
Locked lip While Drunk and Under
took to Darn a Hole In the
Perry, O. T., Oct. 1. James Davenport
was locked up in jail at Cleveland, Okla.,
on Sunday, while drunk. He attemped
to burn a hole in the floor of the jail last
night and the building burned and Daven
port's charred remains were taken from
the ashes. He was a farmer 60 years old
and the father of ten children.
New York, Oct. 1. Money on oall
easy at 14 2 per oent; prime mercantile
paper, 54. BUver,o7; lead, $3.16.
Kansas City. Cattle receipts, 11,100:
shipments, 3,400; market slow, weak;
Texas steers, $3.50 $3.10; beef steers,
$3.80 $5.20; stockers and feeders, $2.50
$4.00; bulls, $1.25 $2.20; Texas cows,
$1.85 $2.80; native oows, $1.10 $3.00.
Sheep- reotiptB, 3,400; shipments, 1,000;
market steady; lambs, $3 00 $1.00;
muttons, $2.50 $3.00.
Chicago. Cattle, receipts, 10,500, in-
olnding 2,000 Texans and 6,000 westerns;
market steady. Beeves, $3.25 $5.30;
oows and heifers, $1.10 $3.25; Texas
steers, $2.70 $3.45; westerns, $2.80
$1.40; stockers and feeders, $2.20 $3.75.
Sheep reoeipts, 16,000; market quiet but
Chicago. Wheat, October, ' 69;; De
cember, 61. Corn, October, 30; Novem
ber, 29. Oats, October, 1S; December,
STORM ON THE LAKES.
Many Heports of Damage to Property
and Loss of Life In the Late
Chicago, Oot. 1. Many reports of
damage to property and loss of life on
the lakes in the storm of Saturday and
Sunday have reached here to-day. Only
one local fatality is repoated, that of
Captain Andrew Johnson, of the schoon
er John Raber, who .was drowned off
Daly Park while endeavoring to reaoh
land to seouro a tug to save his vessel.
The following boats are wrecked: John
Raber, sohooner, ashore at Whiting, Ind.;
several lives reported lost.
Lady Franklin, barge, ashore at Ham
mond's Bay; probably total loss.
The City of Paris ashore on the Hat at
Rook Copper harbor.
The Elms, sohooner, reported founder
ed in Munising Bay; orew of seven lost;
John Thurston, wife and child among the
0. B. Jones, schooner, off ' White Fish
point; orew supposed to be lost.
. Considered an Outrage.
Key West, Fla., Oot. 1. Great exoite
ment and indignation prevails here by a
report that marines from the Spanish
cruiser, Conde de Venadito, have landed
on the Florida Keys, to searoh for flli
bnsterers. This is considered an outrage.
The keys belong to Florida, and if Spain
has a right to land searching parties on
the keys it also has a right to land ma
rines on the mainland. The insult is con
sidered to be as outrageous as if the Con
de de Venadito had landed a searohhig
party to searoh the homes of citizens of
Key West. The stats department at
Washington will be asked to investigate
and demand an apology from Spain for
The New Mexioo University has somo
sixty students in attendance, new scholars
oming in every week.
WATER PLANT TROUBLES.
Supreme Court of low n Knocks Out
the Dcs Moines Water Company
Wellington Water Works
Des Moines, Iowa, Oct. 1. The bu-
preme cbnrt to day knocked the water
company out entirely, holding that the
eity of Des Moines had the right to make
rates by ordinance, and putting the bur
den of proof cn the oompauy to show
that the rates were not compensatory.
The provisions in the existing contracts
for arbitration are held void for uncer
tainty and also because they undertnke
to oast the court of jurisdiction.
WELLINGTON WOBK8 CLOSED DOWN.
Wellington, Kas. The Water Works
company early this morning shut dows
the pumping plant according to previous
notice, the oity having refused to pay any
more hydrant rentals. The city author
ities immediately took possession of the
plant and will open it nnless dispossess
ed by the courts. The works are owned
by parties in Rhode Island and are valued
Three fnrnished rooms anitAble for
housekeeping. Rtnt reasonable. Mrs.
R. H. Taylor.
GRAND FLOWER PARADE.
Carnival Week In Kansas City Opens
Host Auspiciously Three Days
Kansas City, Oot. 1. A grand flower
parade, the first ever witnessed in the
southwest, occurred here this afternoon,
as initiative of the festivities attending
narnival week, Kansas City s great fall
celebration. Three days and nights ore
to be Bpent in jollification and the event
promises to be the finest that ever took
place in this part of the oonntry.
The ootton orop is reported short and
market advances are such as to cause
some to prediot that the price may reach
10 cents this week.
The water on the outer bar at Galves
ton is now nineteen and three-quarters
It is rumored that when Mrs. Langtry
obtains her divorce' she', will marry Sir
London has experienced a week of very
hot weather. The mercury has reached 86
in the shade.
The Florida Athlotio club has notified
Corbett and Fitzsimmons to appear in
Dallas to fight October 10, it being the
latest date possible before the law could
be got through the legislature to stop the
Two Michigan Urnngers Apprehend
ed on the Charge of Holding
Up a Train.
NEW MEXICO NEWS.
The Las Vegas Optic is to be enlarged
and otherwise improved.
The old timers of Sierra county will
hold a grand reunion at Hillsboro, Octo
ber 3. The program of exercises will be
entertaining and instructive.
There are now more houses going up in
Roswell than in any other town in tho
west. Still we hear people complaining
about the town being quiet. And then,
too, Roswell is going to have her streets
graded. Roswell Irrigator. ' '
The Pecos valley has been supplying
Texas towns with grapes this year, and
the apple crop will , soon be ready for
shipment. Vegetables and melons have
also been shipped in large quantities,
netting the valley farmer handsome prices.
Frank Reitz, of Gallop, N. M., where
he is a member of the firm of butchers,
of Reitz & Johnson Bros , is here with
3,500 head of sheep, which ho drove
through from Gallop, bnt which he will
ship from here to Kansas City. Lbs
Vegas Optic. : .
The following report of the Methodist
church work for the past year should have
been in last week's issue, but was over
looked: Number of accessions was 103,
of which 79 beoame members on profes
sion of faith and 21 were received by cer
tificate. Total membership is now 170.
Infants baptized, 12; adults, 85. Amount
of money raised for all purposes, mis
sions, ministerial support, church prop
erty, poor, S. 8. library, etc., $1,550.
Marshal Clay, of Las Vegas, after much
difficulty, captured an insane man on
Sunday. The Optic says that on his
person was found $336 in cash and $905
in certificates of deposit. When he be
came a little calm, he gave his name as
F. II. bteucks, his occupation as an en
gineer's helper, and his home at Clifton,
A. 1.. tie had a ticket for New York,
from Lordsburg, N. M. Telegrams were
sent to Lordsburg and to Clifton, the lat
ter being answered to-day by Peter Tor
renoe, the leadiug A. O. U. W., of that
place. It said, "Hold Stencks till Deputy
Sheriff Parks arrives." The insane man
is still in jail, where his mania for travel
ing and spending money oan not be in
TEXAS LAW MAKERS.
I.onc star Mtate Legislature Convened
at Noon Strong Anti-Prize Fight
ing Kceonimendations of the
Grand Rapids, Mioh., Oot. 1. James
Brown and Victor Taylor, farmers, living
in Sabella county, have been arrested
charged with complicity in the hold up of
the Chicago it West Michigan train, near
Fennville, on August 20. Engineer Seibel
is said to have identified both men. Tay
lor is also believed to have been with
Smalley, another of the gang, when the
latter shot Detective Powers, while re
sisting arrest and was afterward killed by
St. Louis, 0t.4.-8fieeial to the
Post-Dispatch from Austin, Tex., says:
The Texas legislature met at noon with
a quorum present.
1 he governor in his message reviews
the laws against prize fighting in Texas,
calling attention to errors therein and
closes by saying:
"All persons have been given notioe
that the Corbett-Fitzsimmons exhibition
would not be permitted, that whatever
had been done by its projectors was with
a full responsibility for the conseqoenoes.
The public interests require that this ex
hibition especially should besuppresped.
Discountenanced by Mexico and the ter
ritories, outlawed and driven from every
state, it is proposed to assemble the horde
of ruffians and gamblers and offer this
state this insult to public decency.
Against it the instincts and pride of the
people revolt and your prompt and re
solute aotion will spare them this igno
miny and shame."
He recommends a law making prize
fighting without gloves a felony.
There is a strong lobby here from
Dallas and the leaders of it claim to have
votes enough in the house to defeat the
emergency clause. There are only three
senators opposed to the emergency
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