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TA FE DA SANTA FE, N. M.. TIIUHSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1895. NO. 180. VOL. 32. SAN We have do axe to grind in claiming everything for oor hardware. The truth is beet at all times, and that's the truth. We carry nothing but first-class hardware nnd draw the hardware Hue at Al. If you bny any article second grade, don't let it be hardware. Poor hardware is one of the best things in the world not to have nronnd you. Be generous and let some body else have all there is of it. That in our polioy and we find it pays. It will pay you to adopt our hardware platform. Every article we carry is true and genuine as steel. W. H. COEBEL, Catron Block - Santa Fe. BLOODY RIOTING IN TURKEY, Grave Situation of Affairs at the An cient Capital of the Ottoman Empire. & WALKER. -DEALERS IN- Staple ail Fauci mm ARMENIANS BEATEN WITH BLUDGEONS Fear Has Caused Many to Seek Refuge in the Churches Introduction of Religious Element Heightens Trouble Envoys Meet at Austrian Embassy. Short of Hnear London, Oot. 8. It is predicted by an eminent authority, Glesecker, that the EnroDeari soear crop will be 1,200,000 tons short of the average. IGNORANT YANKEES. I'ncle Ham In Mexico lolng Hl Business-Some Intereetluis Figure. -AND PBOPBIETOB8 01- FBE8H BBEAO, PIES AMI CAKE. AGENTS FOR 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 gee our low prices. S. S.BEATY, DEALER IN GROCERIES &PRDVISIDNS Hay, Grain, Fruit and Lumber. Carry Great 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. GIVE TTS A. OA.rjTjI Corner Bridge & Wa or Sts. Stock TELEPHONE 40. Constantinople, Oot. 8. A third slight earthquake shock was experienced here yesterday. This, with rioting and blood shed, the imprisonment If abo'ita:1!? Ar menians, the killing of, prisoners in bold blood and the presenoe of troops under arms at all points, is well calculated to excite even the most phlegmatic Turk. The blood letting, whioh began on Monday, as exclusively detailed in these dispatches, was renewed on Tuesday even ing, in spite of all the precautions takeu by the authorities, by the Mohammedan theological students, who chased and beat with bludgeons every Armenian they met. On Tuesday night a mob of Softsa and Turks attaoked the house of a leading Armenian, Eassim Fasha, killing several persons. This mob also sacked a care frequented by Armenians ana twemy 01 these unfortunate neonle were beaten to death with bludgeons. Not a single policeman appeared auu nn atfamnf. nraa mAflA t.H RftVfi the HVCS Of the Armenians. Naturally the Armenians put no faith m the assurances or protec tion from further violence at the hands of the Turkish mobs. BOUGHT BEFUGE IN 0HUB0BES. hf. mfnore in the churches. nhapB t.hnv vhth enrnestlv addressed bv the clergy, who enjoined them to be calm and give the Turns no runner pretext for attacking tnem. Tha ArmAninn nhnrahea are now watch ed by the police, but the greatest uneasi ness prevails ana most or tne umur rc lininni rlnnnminnMons exDress the fear that the fanaticism of the Turks may ex tend in other directions. The Armenians have the sympathy of Mi. fori(rnra here, but the faot that they are armed, In Bpite of their pacific an nouncements, is condemned oy tneir iiest friends and lends color to the statements thnt. tha Tiirfeinh officials, who claim that the Armenian agitators organized the re volt against tne sunan s autuuruy, uu that the attempt to present a petition to the grand vizier, on Monday, which led to the first rioting and bloodshed, was a mere pretext to serve as a signal for an Armenian outbreak. On the other hand, partisans of the Ar menians asserted that the latter only armed themselves to defend their HveB. The authorities have stationed troops and police at every threatened point, and it is asserted this morning that there is no danger of further disturbances. This, however, is not generally nenweu. SITUATION VMY OIAVX. The introduction of the religious ele ment into the disturbances makes the situation more grave than it otherwise would have been, although the outward oause of the Armenian outbreak is said to be the long delays in the negotiations be tween the powers and the ports on the nr.oBtinn nf reform in Armenia, which have inoreasea tne oespair 01 me Arme nians. . rn,nrw fn t.htt nritinnl situation here, the .nmii nf t.hn nnvers met at the Austrian embassy to day, and the German gun-boat Lorelly has been ordered to remain at wie disposal of the German embassy. a lonaf. Am Armnninnn were killed after they had been arrested on Monday, and this oaused great indignation. Regarding the death of the Turkish major, Servet Bey, witnesses affirm that the Armenians did.not use revolvers un til he ordered the polioe to fire upon iUam whrn HarvAt. Rnv fell, there was a frightful tumult and the polioe charged the erowd with revolvers ana sworus. According to the police report, only twenty persons were killed and eight wounded, on Monday, but reliable re ports place the Dumber Killed at zuu. woa ima hAAn rAnnived from Damas cus that the French consul at that place has been attacked oy a moo, groneiy iu suited and pelted With mud. . Tim FrAnnh Arnhfieav comrdained to the porte and demanded prompt redress. Mexico, Oat, 3. The total volume of the foreign trade of the country during the flacnl year ended June 30 amounted to $124,855,393. This oonsisted of $90,854, 953 in exports nnd $34,000,440 in imports, being an increase in me tumi mreigu trade of over $15,000,000 compared with tho nrAAAriinir vfinr. The United States took $67,322,986 of the exports and sent here $ia,i3U,atv. The growing preponderance of Amer iji.n tmrlA hArA ArnrA the intense ienl- ousy of the resident European merohants, who privately denounce me lgnoraui Yankees, as they insolently term all Amer icans, while-at the same time they seek to seenre the agencies ot tne American man ufacturers, and in many oases only for the nnrnnAA nf ftnrlinff what will Sell best and then having suoh goods imitated in Eu rope. Amerioan cutlery anu agricultural implements are counterfeited in Germany and Amerioan firearms in Spain. The famous Rogers cutlery of Sheffield is counterfeited in Germnny, but the stuff is worthless, and the Sheffield people do not seem to care to protect their valuable trade mart. "Oldest Inhabitant." Birmingham, Ala., Oot. 8. William Norris, aged 100 years, was found guilty of four oharges of counterfeiting in the United StateB court here yesterday and was remanded to jail for sentence. Norris lives in the mountains of De Kalb county. He is a mechanical genius, and can make anything from a needle up to a whisky still. When arrested a num ber of molds for making oonnterfeit money and a large lot of spurious coin were found on his premises. He is said to have constructed several moonshine stills from wnshtubs. It is believed he is the oldest man ever before the courts of this oountry. PHYSICAL CULTURE CONTESTS Texas Legislature Has the Moral Courage to Make Prize Fight ing a Felony. CHAMPION COBBETT BRAVE AS A LION Talk About Having Fight in Chicka saw Nation or Across the Line at Laredo Rumored that Fight May Be Pulled Off in New Brunswick. Spain's Heavy Drain. Madrid, Oot. 3. At an early day the government will make an official state ment regarding the revolution in Cuba. It is affirmed that, at the latest, it will lupminfitA in Mnv next. On the 16th nit.. the ministry in Madrid agreed on a policy with that end in view, ann, u neuestmry, the troops now in Cuba will be reinforced to 200,000. Col. Carreo, of Madrid, says that tne moderate polioy represented by Martinez Campos inspires all with greater confi dence than "the policy of extermination reoommended by badly advised peo Ple" The Madrid newspaper, El Imparaial, in referring to the cost of the army in Cuba, fixes present expenses at $1,600, 000 per month, adding that when the ao fitrA nnmnnicrn hAirinn. in the drv season. With nine brigades, tlve monthly expenses Will be $ S,UUU,UUU. At present tne uuiinjr for quinine for the troops is $50,000 monthly. KILLED HIS WIFE. Austin, Texas, Oot. 8. The bill making prize fighting a felony passed both houses yesterday afternoon with but four dis senting votes in thehouse.- The governor will eighths bill to-day. The law goes into immediate effect. ODIOKABAW NATION WILLING). Ardmore, I. T. The Chickasaw tribal authorities are understood to be favorable to allowing the Corbett-Fitzsimmous mill to take place iu this nation, for a satisfactory pecuniary consideration. Thero is no tribal law prohibiting physi cal culture exhibitions. Colbert's Perry, another prospective point for the fight, is on Red river, only eight or ten miles from Denison, Texas. MAY BE PULLED OFF AT LAREDO. It appears that the Florida Athletio olnb have doubts as to their ability to pull the great fight off in Dallas, and se nnroA hff t.Alporrfinh an ontion on the nra- phltheater ana arena usea ior uuii utiliz ing in New Laredo, Mex. This would seem to indicate that the fight will be pulled off there. Austin, Texas. The bill preventing nriA fluht.incr will be sent to the gover nor this afternoon. The remainder of the speoial session will be devoted to matters of state interest suggested by the gov ernor this morning. COBBETT VEBY ANXIOUS TO HOHT. Atlanta, Ga. When the ohampion, Jas. J. Corbett, was shown the diepatoh an nouncing that both houses of the Texas legislature had passed the anti-prize fight bill, he said: "We are under contraot with Dan Stuart and the Florida Athletio club and propose to live up to our part of the contraot. I am anxious to fight and will go anywhere to pull it off, pro vided the purse is all right." Mnnnirer Bradv said: "The next move will be to try Laredo, but one thing is certain, we are not going into Mexioo unless we nave an iron-ciaa guni-muof that we will not be troubled." Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report MM 11 W B&khi Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Distinguished Mexican Dead. Citv of Mexioo, Oct. 3. Manuel Ro mero Rubio, minister of the interior and father-in-law of President Diaz, died this morning, having failed to rally from the operation for oanoerous tumor. His age was 68. Cholera HtllL Basing. San Franoiscff, Oot.' 3. The steamer City of Pekin arrived yesterday from fhinn anil Jnnnn nnd went immediately into quarantine. The Pekin ib twenty 1 . . i i toff days out trom xoKonaiua. n " that port cholera was raging there. It is feared that the disease will linger till late in the winter. In northern Japan there has been little change in the status of the disease. About the same number of deaths ooour daily, and there are no Bigns of the plague abating. Taking a l.onsXnn. Cleveland, Oct. 8. Petor Crawford, 22 years old, a former mail messonger of Nnv Vnrlr. hue risen ftnleeo. with the ex ception of a few hours, for seven or eight months. His case is tne most remiirisuoiB one that has ever come under the ob servation of Cleveland doctors. Nearly every dootor in the oity and a few from nlk.. nllim klDA VlAWAll whftt hldll fair tO be the most remarkable case ot catalepsy ever known. A lifilo nvnr n rmr aero Mr. Crawford was thrown from a mail wagon in New Vnrli anafnininir ininries to his snine. Every effort to awaken the man has proved futile. THK SIAKKHIS. BEPOBT IN BOSTON SPOBT1NQ 0IB0LES. Ttnafnn. It ia renorted in SDortmcr circles here that arrangements are rapidly progressing to pull off the fight between Corbett and Fitzsimmons near Frederio- ton, N. B. It is stated that a party ot prominent sporting men bave been in New Brunswick for the past ten days ar ranging for the battle. Wat Hon Defeated for foagreaei. Atlanta. Ga.. Oot. Si Mai. J. J. 0. Blaok has defeated Thomas E. Watson, Ponnlist. for coneress in the 10th dis trict by 1,641 majority. Bloody Tragedy In a Chicago Hotel (.rowing Out of An Improper Assignation. BANKS IN TROUBLE. Chioano, Oct. 3. Edward Moe, a pros perous tradesman, shot nnd fatally in- lured his wife to-day at the North Maruet Street hotel, to whioh she had gone with Peter Nelson, a friend of her husband. Breaking down the door ol -tneir room, ; m m Bili nt.pl v becan firinc emDtvina hia revolver at his wife. Nelson mean while made his escape. Republican Jubilation. Syraouse, N. Y., Oot. 8.--The Syracuse Post prints letteis from members of the Republican convention from twenty-two states indorsing the suggestion of a re union of the survivors of the first Repub lican convention at the 40th anniversary of the Republican party. Chairman Car ter writes that ne win lay me uihh,cc u- fore the next meeting ot tne committee and ask that appropriate aotiou be taken. TO-DAY'S CONDENSATIONS. No,. Vnrlr. fink. 3. Monev on call easy at 1 2 per cent; prime mercantile paper, i54- 8ilver,"67;lead,$!S.15. Knnona (lit.?. Cattle reoeints. 1.500: shipments, 3,700; market active, steady; Texas steers, $2.00 f 4.10; beef steers, $3.30 $5.20; stookers and feeders, $2.6U $3.55; bulls, $1.60 10 fz.66; lexascows, $1.50 $2.35; native cowa, $1.40 $2.00. Sheep receipts, 2,000; shipments, 3,400; market steady; lamos, $ a ou its mnt.rnna. 2.00 (li 3.00. Market closed at noon on account of the carnival fes tivities. nhinmrn. flaUls. reoeints. 15.000. in oluding 1,600 Texans and 7,000 westerns; market steady. Beeves, $3.40 $5.45; cows and heifers, $1.40 $3.65; Texas AtAAra. 2.80 (lit 3.35: westerns. $2.80 (ill $4.20; stookerB and feeders, $2.25 $3.75. Sheep receipts, 3,000; market strong and steady. ' Chioano. WheAt, Octoh.w, ue oember, 60. Corn,October,80 ; N ovem- ber, 2i. uats, uocooer, io;'B; Decem ber, 18& NEW MEXICO NEWS. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. Catholic Congress Continues in Ses sionAttorney Ucncral Harmon Declares Against 1'rize fight ing Kallrond ttrant Land. Full A Nebraska State Bank Closed by Kxmlner-A Missouri Concern Makes an Assignment. Washington, Oct. 3. The euoharistio congress reassembled at 9:30 a. m. at the Catholic university, Bishop Maes presid ing. Papers on religious subjects were read by distiuguisneo clergymen. AGAINST PBIZE TIQHTINO. It is positively stated on the authority of Attorney Uenerai narmon inat uur bett and FitzBimmons will not fight on iTnii.il Mfofna t.Arrir.nrv. Aitnuuiru tne at torney general would not disclose his purposes, it is tnongnt, n it is iouuu uu easarv. that U. S. troops will be ordered out to prevent tne ngnt. BAILBOAD OBANT LAND. s.i..otaif HmitH haa Annroved the seleo- WVUIV.H.j 1 I inn nf tha MnrfhArn Pftoifia land, amount- in t.r 1 827.478 nores. Of this 94.518 aores are in the Fargo land district, itfn.th TiabntA! 7RR.71A in the North Yaki ma land distriot, Washington, and 968,244 ... .. ... n w U ; I in the Walla waua lano oistnoi, tyubuiuk- ton. HAMMOND TYPEWRITER FOR BALE AT NEW MEXICAN OFFICE. PKorlAa TlflnA. a nenhev of the editor of the New York Sao, is visiting Las Ve gaB for his health. VV. T.. firnnltBtt. of Puerto de Luna. whose flocks aggregate 15,000 head this wninn. is now iliDDint? his dippable sheep oot at Uallinas Springs. Says the Optic: It is among the prob abilities that Las Vegas will boou have talenhone communication with both San ta Fe and Albuquerque. Miss Etta Marmon, daughter of Robert MoriTinn. nnnHAti thronffh the citv last night to her home at Laguna Irom at tending school at Carlisle, Pn. lier uncle, Col. W. U. Marmon, met ner at tne loom depot, and accompanied her to Laguna. Albuquerque Citizen. Rev. Father T. P. O'Keefe, is in receipt nf n lettnr fmm Most Rev. Archbishop Corrigan, D. D., of New York, in which that celebrated and most learned prelate expresses many thanks for the invitation extended to stop off and deliver a lecture in Lrb Vegas, while in New Mexico at tendant on the recoptiou ol tne pamum by Arohbisnop r. u. uniipeiie, uciuuti m lias vegas upcic. Mninr Hftnrv Carroll and Lieut. Buck ley, of the 1st cavalry. Cnited States army, with forty-Bix men and horses of troop D, arrived last night from Fort Apache on a Bpeoial train, and, after a root hrA nf nn hnnr. continued on north to Fort Reno, Oklahoma. Troop E, and H, heretofore stationed at ort vrani, and troop B, for the past year at Fort Povorri Alan 1 xt nnviilrv soldiers, are scheduled to arrive to-day and proceed to rortKono. rtio troops now nt run. Reno have been ordered to procoed to Forts Apaohe, Bayard and Grant. Albu querque Citizen. F.Himuoln Itots. Large amounts of fruit, especially ap ples nnd pears, are being shipped to northern points from the Espanola val ley. Creede is the best mnrket for our fruits and vegetables and honey. P. II. LeaBe shipped a lot of fonrteen-ounoe pears to Creede last week. They were grown in the orohard of ex-Qov. L. B. Prince, and wero the finest fruit seen in Creede this season. Jim Curry also has a Hun ornn nf ni.nrR thia venr. I ' The bees have swarmed an average or fnnr timpA for each colonv this season and the honey crop is a fine one in the Espanola valley. Immense train loala.of..tiP8 and bridge timber are still comingN.ikwn to be used in putting the road trom uapanoia to Santa Fe iu first olass condition. Twenty-seven hundred new ties have already been put in and Johnny Roper, the road- mae'er, says, -131111 tuere s more to 101-low." Bond Bros., of Espanola and Wagon Mound, have 8,000 head of fine sheep ready for the market besides a fine herd of beef cattle. They have almost com pleted a new warehouse at the former place 80x150 feet; the walls are adobe and the roof is of iron. Preparations to build a new school house in Espanola are on foot and the house will probably be ready to occupy br Christmas. The Mormon colony of farmers, two miles northeastof Espanola, is still grow ing. Nine dwellings are now being con structed at their new town of Fairview. A 1,000 MILES FOR A 1,000 CENTS Is what the Aaw. R. G. & S. and D. & R. G. K. R. propose to do for persons desiring to at tend the carnival at Denver, October 16 and 17. Full particulars will be published later. A;BTAAB, IMPORTER AND JOBBER. Oldest and Largest Establishment in Sonthwee. Wholesale Dealer in Groceries, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, Dry Goods', Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hardware. Heminaford. Neb., Oct. 3. The State Bank of Hemingford was taken charge I of by the state bank examiner to day. u .nnrf. nf ttiA inatitntion's condition is made, but the oashier asserts that the bank will reopen soon. Harrisonville, Mo. The Farmers' & Merchants' bank, of Creighton, has made an assignment ior tne ueueut ui ereditors. ine statement nieu iuvw. lOAnnn. HahiHtiA. tB0.000: as- I vi 1 1 - - - . sets mostly real estate paper. The offi cers of the institution say that depositors will be paid m ran. wifin Murderer Hanged. Jersev City, N. 3. Oot., 8. John Zseoh, . . nt.Wwise known as "Fish John," was ex -t.j tn.iiBv fnr the murder of his wife. on Jnne 8. Jealousy was the motive of the crime. Hethodlsta and Women. Fremont. Neb.. Oot. 8. The North Ne hraaka Methodist conference to-day, by a nnanimons vote, rejeoted the Hamilton amendment and ueoiareu iu ibyu. u admission of women to tne untiuuni uuu- ferenoe on an equal looting wun mm. MUSICAL EVENT IN UTAH. ZTnlqwe Competitive Mnaleal and Literary rtniwi rrB at salt Lake. Santa Fe Now Mexico H.11 T.ke. Dtah. Oct. 8. The first an nual Eisledfed, a unique eompetitive musioal and literary festival of the Cam brians of the old and new world, given under auspioies 01 tne uamDnnn ' tion of Utanano uj.u : ritories and the tabernaole ehoir of Bait Lake, began at the Mormon muoruiu.o I to-day. Ex-aovernor kilt. 1 nomas ana Gov. wes are pnwumm . I Ovr $2,000 will be given in priises for I tbe best ohorusis, quartettes, eto. Arms and ammunition for the Cuban patriots are being collected in Chicago. Albert Wade, the assistant cashier of the First National bank of Mount Vernon, Mont., has disappeared. Investigation of his aooounts indioates a shortage of $20, 600 or $30,000. There is a large attendance of promi nent men present at the meeting of the Kansas irrigation convention at Garden City, and a large exhibit of irrigation ma chinery is on the ground. Pierre Lorillard, the well known Amer ioan horse owner, has taken the park lodge stables, wewmarxet, ior turB yenro k. mill Vibva t.wAntv horses in train ing there next summer for. the English raoes. " - rri.. nnnatif.ntinnnl convention of Sooth i.miina hn received from its suffrage oommittee a report in favor of a clause requiring tne regisiratiuu ui "i in quiring that they shall be able to read at least a part of the constitution. This is expeoted to disqualify a majority of the negroes ot tne sraie. 11 aulKillo Til.. Democrats of the AH BIWW .., , . 18th congressional distriot nominated . - . ,rjt.. A. 1k. nn... Edward iiane, 01 awuwuu, im m pired term of the late Congressman Be ..niiiUiin were adonted demand ing free and unlimited ooinage at 16 to I without waiting for the aotion of any foreign government. r...i. iriaall. vnnno tiaraohute lump er, while giving an exhibition at Liberty, Ohio, was struck by a sudden wind while 1 nnn foot. He droDued. but his para- ohqte did not open un irround. tie leu neaviiy, bubhuuiuu injuries, many Bpeowir i.u. nnnoaltlon to Tammany. New York, Oot. 8. The chamber of oommerce to-day received a report from ! 1- .Ammill.a nn Inn nicinal reform, com- 1 1,0 iui"u" 1 . ' J fnrm.f members of the 00m- mittAA nf seventy. They advised the .umh., t.n Anr,t all honorable and rea sonable measures to onng oo n iuoiuu tioket to oppose Tammany hall. It was resolved to add fifty to the com mittee on municipal reform, making the total membership fifty-five. This body will take the place the committee of sev enty occupied list eatnpaigo. Academy ot Job Prmtinsr. OUR LADY Ui JLitrx, For Stock Brokers, Mines, Banks, In surance, Companies, Real Estate, Busi ness eto. Men, Particular attention given to Descriptive Pamphlet ol Min .ng Properties. We make a specialty of LOW PRICES, SHORT NOTICE, FINE WORK, PROMPT EXECUTION. I Stock Certificates Bill Headsof every description and small Jobs promptly executed with care and dispatch. Estimates given. Work Ruled to order. We use the FINEST STANDARD PAPERS THE NEW MEXICAN ; . CODDUOTID DT THE SISTERS OF LORETTO, SA.2STT.A. 3TIE3, 1TBW MEXICO. TERMH: Dnard and tuition, per month, 0.0O; Tuition of day cholars, to 5 per mmilh. according to Ernde. Music, iintrnniPiitiil mid vocal, palutiinr in oil and watr enlori. on cliiim, cfr... toi m rxtra ekai'itea. For prospectus or further information, uilly to Mother Francisca Lamy, Superior.