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VOL.32. SANTA FE, N. M.. MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1895 NO. 192. A sign like that strikes home. Every one's interested in home matters, and un questionably hardware Is one of the lead ing home topics. Those who have pur chased hardware from as know that our goods are not eqnaled in Banta Fe. The proof of hardware is in the use. That test has shown oar goods to be Al. There is no appealing from the verdict of exper ience. You can't go behind the retnrns of our onstomers, and they have returned our goods the best in nse. If yon donbt it, ask them. We will abide by the ans wer. W.H.COEBEL, Catron Block - Santa Fe. klTCHEKlUTENSILS -f ALL O Y JTi- MULLER fc WALKER. -DEALERS IN- St a pi e il Fancy m -ASD PBOPBIBTOBS 01- S-A.2STT.A. FE BAKERY. FHE8H HBEAD, PIES AN I CAKES. AGENTS FOR i Boss Patent Flour. Club House Canned Goods. Hesston Creamery Butter. Phone 53 Careful attention given to special orders for cakes and pastry. Campers' supplies packed free of charge. Call and examine our stook and get out low prioes. S.S.BEATY, 1 DEALER IN GROCERIES&PROVISIONS, 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. Carry B Full GIVE US A OALLI Stook Corner Bridge & Water Sts. TELEPHONE 40. A. STAAB,' ' IMPORTER AND JOBBER. Oldest and Largest Establishment ia SoathwMk Wholesale Dealer in Groceries, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hardware. THE MOMENTOUS QUESTION. Where Can the Great Corbett-Fitz-simmons Physical Culture Contest Be Pulled Off? INDIAN TERRITORY SAID TO WANT IT Santa Fo Now Mexico But Commissioner Browning Says It Shall Not Oeour on Any Indian Reservation Negotiations for a Stupendous Sporting Club .at El Paso.' rT Dallas, Texas, Oot. 7. Up to this hoar no point haB been settled upon for the Gorbett-Fitzsimmons fight. The Indian Territory Is melting the wires asking for it for half a dozen towns. There is at least no eerions thought of going to Mexieo, Arizona, Colorado or .California, as bad been suggested. It is nearly oer tain that some nation of the five civilized tribes in the territory will be selected. xnis afternoon or to-morrow the Honda Athletic clnb will meet in this oity and oonsider all the propositions and hear eaon representative at that meetinir. Brady will appear for Corbett and Jnlien tor ftitzsimmons. BBOWNINO) ACTS PB0MPILY. Washington. Commissioner Brown ing, of the Indian office, has taken prompt and decisive Bteps to prevent the Corbett-Fitzsimnions prize fight in the Indian territory, lie has prepared a let ter of instructions to Agent Wisdom, at Muskogee, 1. T., directing him to see that the laws are enforced and to eject foroibly any intrnders, who may enter the Indian ooontry for the purpose of creating a distnrbanoe or engaging in anything that may be detrimental to the Indians. The commissioner says that the statutes of the United States are ample to prevent the fight, Eli PASO'S BIO SCHEME. El Paso, Texas. Negotiations are pending between wealthy parties in this oity, Denver, San Francisco, New Orleans and the Oity of Mexico for the organiza tion of a stupendous sporting olob in EI Paso, with a oapital stock of $500,000. Telegrams pledging the fnll amount of the oapital stock were received last night. El Paso parties take $50,000 of the stook. The organization will be known as Tam many Athletio club of El Paso, Texas, having for its objeot the construction of a big amphitheater and olnb rooms for physical onlture, sport, and the oonstruo tion and maintenance of tracks for horse and bicycle raoing. One of the most noted race owners in the conntry has sub scribed $50,000 of stook. The names of the promoters are .being closely guarded until the organization is perfected. KILLED AND INJURED. Cabled for War Ships. New York, Oot. 7. A cable to the World from Foo Chow, China, says: Tbe consuls have telegraphed to the admirals for war ships. Two British war ships have arrived. Important If True. Omaha, Neb., Oct. 7. A special tele gram to the Bee from Lincoln, Neb., says: This oity has a gennine attack of gold fever, large quatities of the yellow treas ure being fonnd in a sandy strip near Milford. Numerous assays show the gold to run $330 per ton and in so case less than $65. As placer mining is profitable at $5 per ton this is considered a fabul ous find. Land values have gone up all around the location of the find. The pay strip extends into Kansas. GOD-FEARING GOVERNORS. Shocking Railroad Disaster In Eu ropeOver lOO Persons More or Less Hurt- Brussels, Oot. 7. A dispatch from Havre, fifteen miles from this city, where a collision between a crowded passenger train and an engine ooourred yesterday evening, Bhow that eighteen persons were killed and 100 were injured. The passen ger train was just passing the railroad station at Moosty, when an engine, com ing from Ottigniea at full speed, collided with it and telescoped three carriages. Sentenced to be Hanged. , Decatur, 111., Qot. 7. Charles N. Smith was to-day sentenced to hang on Novem ber 29. When sentence was pronounced the mother of the child murdered by Smith eried out, "I am so glad." Smith murdered his daughter, Louise Smith, and his sister-in-law, Edna Buo- hert, nine days ago, and pleaded guilty before Judge Vail on Thursday, Ootober 3, THE JtlAKKETtt. New York, Oct. 7. Money on call easy at 2 2 per eent; prime mercantile paper, Silver, 61; lead, $3.1 5. Chicago. Cattle, receipts, 22,000, in cluding 2,000 Texans and 8,000 westerns. Market for best native steers, shade higher; market for other cattle steady, to 10 cents lower; Beeves, $3.85 $5.45; oows and heifers, $1.80 $3.65; Texas steers, $2.80 $3.85; westerns, $2.90 $4.20; stookers and feeders, $2.25 $3.85. Sheep reoeipts, 20,000; market quiet and steady. Kansas City. Cattle receipts, 12,900; shipments, 1,400. Market for best grades, steady; others 10 and 15 cents lower; Texas steers, $2.16 $8.00; beef steers, $8.60 $5.10; stookers and feeders, $2.50 $3.85; bulls, $1.76 $2.70; Texas cows, $2.10 $2.60; native oows, $1.00 $3.16. Sheep reoeipts, 6,800; shipments, 800; market steady; lambs, $8,00 $425; muttons, $2.26 $8.00. ;$ Chiosgo. Wheat, Ootober, 57; De oember,58. Com, October, 2d; No vember, 29. Oats, Ootober, 17 1 asked; November 17J., .... , CLAIMED BY DEATH. Uored to Death by an Infuriated Elk tm St. Lenls EoeAa Aged Preaeher Passea Away Other Deaths. St. Louis, Oot. 7. While attempting to save the life of a young doe, Henry Nel son, keeper of the Forest park zoo, was gored to death by an infuriated elk last evening. The same elk killed a man in Linooln park, Chicago, six years sgo. DIBD AT A BIPI OLD AOS. Dayton, Ohio. While delivering a ser mon here, on Sunday, Prof. Lorain L. Langstreth, an eminent authority on bee eulture, for twenty years a professor is Yale oollege and for fifty years a leading minister of the Presbyterian ohurob, died of apoplexy. He was 86 years old. DIBD IB - SAM ANTONIO. San Antonio, Texas. Dr. T. A. Fetter man, third national vice president of the T. P. A., died in this oity this morning, aged 68. , DBATU 01 AN AOTOB. New York. Wslden Ramsey, a well known aotor and member of Palmer's oompany, disd to-day. ' DBATH Of AN ADMIBAL. London. Admiral James Robert Dt am mood is dead. He was 84 years old. An Overwhelming; majority of the tiovernors of the United states , Are Avowed Believers in Bellsion. Chioago, Oct. 7. Of the forty-four state governors in the American union, thirty- nine are avowed believers in religion and twenty-nine are professed Christians. A careful canvass of the subject made by the Times-Herald discloses these facts. Gov. Culberson, of Texas, declined to de fine his sentiments and no one would speak for him. Gov. Evans, of South Carolina, failed to respond in any way. Gov. Mclntire, of Colorado, nfiiliates with the liberals, but is not an infrequent at tendant at Unity church. TO-DAY'S CONDENSATIONS. Baltimore will give a great reception to her winning base ball club, lasting most of this week. J. J. Taylor, of El Paso, is at Dallas trying to get the great fight looated on the Rio Grande. President Diaz has said that as prize fighting has been forbidden by all the states in the American union it should not be tolerated in Mexico. The Mexican press is almost unanimous against allow ing the fight to occur in that country. Many counties in California are follow ing Yuma's example in erecting guide posts along the desert trails pointing to tbe nearest water. No less than 176 per sons have perished in the Colorado valley west of Yuma for want of water. Joseph Cboate, the noted New York lawyer, has been retained by Mrs. Leland Stanford to aid Rnfus J. Wilson in de fending her interests in the suit instituted against her by the government in the event that the litigation is oarried to the United States supreme court. In the Episoopal convention at Minne apolis an appropriation of $40,000 a year has been made for. work among the col ored people and a commission named to supervise it. Resolutions vrere adopted expressing horror at the atrocities prac ticed on the Armenians, who have suffered for the truth. The mayor of each oity, town and vil lage throughout the United States will be requested by the exeoutive committee of the Cuban sympathetic mass meeting held in Chioago to confer with the most prominent and publio spirited oitizens within his mnnioipality to arrange for a national mass meeting the night of Thursday, October 31, for the purpose of awakening a kindly feeling toward the suffering and patriotio Cubans. In Lady Colin Campbell's London Realm this week Gertrude Atherton has an article in which she makes a vigorous defense of Americans, especially Amer ican girls, as an answer to that paper's recent attaoks. She says that the paper judges Americans by the "vulgar thou sands who rush to Europe to spend their newly made dollars," and by the "popper girls who cross their legletsand eat candy in the reading rooms of the Grand or Metropole." The Chootaws are sanguine that the council which meets at TnBkahoma will pass a bill similar to the one passed by the Texas legislature. Gov. Gardner is a full blood Choctaw Indian and his oppo sition to the fight will rival even that of Gov. Culberson. The statutes of Arkan sas of 1884 are in force in that country, and they are silent so far as they pertain to prize fighting. Gov. Culberson, of Texas, has been kept busy opening telegrams. - Every body, apparently, from Maine to Cali fornia wants to congratulate the governor on the passage of the law. The telegrams from the state alone would fill a bushel measure, while the foreign telegrams are not far behind. The members of the legislature are hearing from the forks of the oreeks and the state press is teeming with notices that the aotion of the legis lature is meeting with universal approval in every seotion of the state. DANGEROUS INSANITY. A middle Aa-ed Denver man Hills a Woman Because She Nald He Ought to o to the Poor moose. . ; ' , V" Denver, Oot. 7. Christopher Ewald, a middle aged man, fatally wound ad Mrs. John Stegeman, in the Highlands to day. He then blew out his own "brains. He is believed to have been insane. For three yoars he had done no work, his wife sup porting him by taking in washing. He had heard that Mrs. Stegeman had said that ths poor farm was the proper place for him and ne snot ner. . A Small Hani. Fort Smith, Ark., Oot. 7. The north bound Frisco passenger train was held op st Gaston, fifty miles south of here last night, by six men. They out tbe express oar loose and ran it up tbe track. They failail in until the through ' safe and got only 86 oents from the local safe. The passengers were not moiestea. ; THREE TIMES INDICTED. Trne Hills Ketone Acalnst Demi- niek Wagner for Have, Mednctlon and Abduction. St. Joseph. Mo., Oot. 7. Ths grand jury this morning returned an indictment against Dominiok Wsgiier, the priest, for rape, seduoing a girl under 18 years of ags and abduction. The jury is now ln tl no the nharirea of embezzlement preferred against ths priest by members of his congregation, xne inree maioi menta returned this morning will proba bly be nolle prossed, the . priest having married the gin on naiuruay nignc. A POINTED NOTE TO TURKEY Representatives of the Six Powers at Constantinople Make Timely De mands Upon Turkey. RIOTING AND BLOODSHED MUSI CEASE Little Stock; Taken in Smooth Promises of Turkish Minister of Foreign Af fairs Incendiary Placards More Bodies of Dead Ar menians Found. "' Constantinople, Oot. 7. Representees of the six powers have sent a oollactive note to the Turkish government, oalling attention to the inadequate measures taken by the polioe authorities to main tain public tranquility in Constantinople and its suburbs and demanding the prompt institution of a rigorous inquiry into the reoent noting, bloodshed and wholesale imprisonment of Armenians here. In addition, the powers demand the re lease of all prisoners innocent of wrong doing and the cessation of arrests. Said Pasha, the new Turkish minister for foreign affairs, has called at the different embassies and presented a com munication from the Turkish govern ment repeating the assurance that the plan for reform in Armenia had been ac cepted by the porte. It is not believed, however, that this will satisfy the powers. The Armenians, still inside of the Pa triarchate church here, in which they sought refuge after the rioting on Mon day, fired some shots at noon to-day, and it was feared that another outbreak was imminent. A strong force of troops was immediately sent to the spot. Soldiers blocked all the adjoining streets. This action of the militia caused a panio among the inhabitants, who fled in all directions. The Kurds then entered the workshops among the quays and ex pelled from them all the Armenians they could find. Later, it is claimed that the bodies of four Armenians were found. Gens d'Armes, while making the ar rests, repeatedly told the persons taken into custody, "call upon England to deliver you," Many quarters of Stamboul have been placarded with notices inoiting the pop- ulaoe against the infidels.. FLOOR GAVE WAY. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report SI V r ABSOLUTELY PURE Dedleation of a Cathedral In Ohio Attended by a Dreadful Accident. Lorian, Ohio, Oot. 7. While a great crowd was assembled yesterday to witness the laying of the corner stone of the new St. Mary's cathedral, the temporary floor gave way, precipitating many men, women and children into tbe basement. Mary Webber, 8 years old, was killed out right. Ten more persons were fatally in jured and between thirty and forty others were badly hurt. Domestic Tragedy In Missouri. Springfield, Mo., Oot. 7. At Vernon, Lawrence oounty, thirty miles west of here, George Nappera shot his wife and himself. Mrs. Napper had filed divorce proceedings. They leave eight children. THREE BODIES FOUND. Another Sensational Story from Jack son Hole Region Possibly made of Whole Cloth. Idaho Falls, Idaho, Oot. 7. Iu a fur ther interview with Mr. Wilson, concern ing the killing of Capt. Smith and his two companions at Jackson Hole on October 3, he says that the bodies were found on the south fork of Snake river and that enoBmped one mile below them were six ty buck Indians. Constable Manning and Mr. Wilson immediately notified the troops stationed in Teton basin and com panies V and u were immediately dis patched to the scene under command of Capt. Colis. Wilson has been employed as a soout for the troops since last July. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. Wcild Uradnally Returning to the Unit ed States Chances Proposed for the Improvement of Trade with mexieo. Wushington, Oot. 7. The preBeut situation as to gold withdrawals as viewed st the treasury department is more hopeful than at any time with in the last several weeks, and in the opinion of manv the reduction of the rate in sterling exohange, the cessation of withdrawals for export and the ap parently increasing willingness of banks to exohange gold for non-legal tenders indioate a return to normal conditions and a turn in the tide of gold movements. The arrival of $250,000 in gold from Europe, although comparatively insig nificant, has stTengtnenea tbe beliet tnat the deoline of gold has ceased, for a con siderable time at least. TBADI WITH Mil ICO. . The consul ireneral of the United States at the City of Mexieo has sent to the state department a detailed report npon the ohanges proposed to be made by the Mexioan government in the tariff system of that country through bills now pend ing before congress. The purpose is to abolish the system of the iuter-state tariff duties known as the alcabala. The consul ireneral believes that if the pro posed chances are agreed to our trade with Mexioo will be greatly increased. COLD BLOODED MURDER. An Old man Shot Down Like a Do By His Jon-ln-Iaw. Platte Oity, Mo., Oot. 7. Jaoob Oxford, 62 years of age, whose farm is five miles of this plaoe, was killed by his son-in-law, James M. Frasier, at Frazier'i farm, near here. Two month ago Frnzier and his wife quarreled and she returned with her chil dren to her father's home. To-day r ra sier sent for his wife's father, requesting an Interview. Oxford and t one of his sons went to Fratler's place Frasier told the elder Oxford that he had sent fur him that he might shoot him dnwu like a dog. He then shot the old man. Frasier escaped on horse back. RIOTING BOATMEN. Merlons Trouble at Towanda, Pa. Caused by a Dispute Over Loading Boats. Towanda, N. Y., Oot. 7. One man was killed and another was fatally wound ed here this morning in a riot among boatmen over the question of loading a boat at Soribner's dook. About ISO men were involved in the riot. Captain Phillips, owner of the boats, John Graft and May, was shot in the bead and died soon afterward. Phillips' son was struck on the bead with a club and knocked insensible. It is believed that his skull is fractured. Captain Phillips brought his boats down from Buffalo two days ago and sought to load them out of tnrn. The boatmen gathered early to-day at the dock to prevent him from doing so. The Towanda boatmen say that Phil lips began the shooting. However that may be, Phillips was the first to fall. His son then ont the lines and the boats drift ed down the stream out of range of the pistols. While cutting tie lines young fhillips was assaulted. Seven arrests have been made. NEW MEXICO NEWS. Good residences are in demand in Raton. The supply is insufficient. F. A. Manzanares shipped 2,000 sheep from Las Vegas to eastern points to-day. W. W. Prigmore has been granted judg ment for $218 against San Miguel county. The Optio compliments J. A. Carruth for the excellence of the directory of Las Vegas he has just issued. The indictment against Col. A. J.Foun tain at Las Cruoes for alleged forgery of a telegram was dismissed. There are rumors to the effeot that the Lincoln-Lncky-Lee mine will resume op erations in the not distant futnre. Cattlemen are getting in readiness for the fall shipments which will be the largest ever made from Deming, says the Headlight. Hon. O. A. Richardson, of Roswell, has gone to Wichita, Kas-, on important busi ness and will return in a week or ten days. About 100 oarloads of cattle will be shipped from Magdalena on the 8th inst., and on the 25th a much larger shipment will take place. M. S. Otero and Dr. A. L. Hummel, of Las Vegas, are in Kansas City working for the establishment of a sanitarium at Las Vegas hot springs. L. I. Marshall has received his commis sion as United States commissioner for the 3d judicial distriat in general and Deming in particular. At Las Cruces, last week, Judge Bantz sentenoed Ceoilio Rodriguez, convicted of murder in the seoond degree, to three years in the penitentiary. Last Saturday afternoon, the 6-year-old child of Pablo Gamboa, of Mesilla, was fatally scalded by the overturning of a oaldron of boiling grape juice. Marcos Gonzales, of Los Valles, will be immensely disappointed if hn doesn't re ceived a $900 oheok from llnole Sam, for Indian depredations, within the next few days. Phlem Humphrey was indioted for mur der in the first degree by the grand jury in the distriot court for Union county. He will not be tried unti! the second week in February. In and about the White Ash coal mine at Madrid 350 men are employed. The hard coal employs 250 men and boys and the Miller gulch mine has about 100. Cerrillos Rustler. V. P. Eddy states that sheep shearing in some sections of oontral Jiew Mexico has begun in real earnest, and it is his opinion that buyers will soon be called upon to make figures on some extra fine fall lips. The postmaster of Albuquerque an nounces that he has received instrnctions to reduce all box rents as follows: One dollar boxes, heretofore, to 75 cents; $1.25 boxen to $1; $1.50 boxes to $1.25, and $2 boxes to $1.50. J use Victoriano Maestas, a son of Ra mon Maestas, an ex-member of the Mew Mexico legislature, died at Rooiada, a few days ago, of cancer of the stomach. De ceased left a wife and two children to mourn his death. The grand jury at Las Cruoes fonnd an indiotment for murder in the first degree against Constable Beltran Williams for the killing of a sheep-herder near the town of Colorado last fall. The bail in this case was fixed at $5,000. Hon. J. E. Saint and wife, of Albuquer que, are the guests of Hon. W. S. Hope well and his wife this week. Mr. Saint is heavily interested in the gold mines of the Hillsboro distriot and is busy plan ning their development. Hillsboro Advocate. At the session of the New Mexico Con ference M. E. C. 8 , recently held in Dem ing, Rev. H. M. Vinson was tried upon the charge ot immorality, speoilioatiou 1, abandonment of his wife; specification 2, falsehood. Upon trial he was found guilty of the charge and specifications and expelled from the ministry and from the chnroh. Deming Headlight. A Washington dispatch says: "Secre tary Morton has issned an order direct ing that from and after October 22, next cattle may be admitted into the United States from Mexico for grazing and im mediate slaughter through tbe ports of San Diego, Nogales, El Paso, Eagle Pass, Brownsville and the sub-port of Laredo." While the above might be constructed to exclude Deming a a port of entry except as to the authority of the collector of customs for tho district to designate the point at which entry can be made, the Headlight is informed that the official in structions from the department place Deming on exactly the same footing as the points designated, and after that daU shipments from the grazing country to the north will begin at ouoo. Pure Blood Is the secret of tho restoration to health which Hood's Sarsapai illu gives. "It givos ma pleasure to recom mend Hood's Sarsa parilla. It has cured me of many com plaints, and puri fied my blood. 1 was troubled with my liver, had hip . rlUonsa and other troubles.withswell- lng of my ankles. For a long time I had to walk with a cane. For several Wrfi years I was gradual- breaking down. I had the grip in a severe form. I procured six bottles of IJood's Sarsaparilla and it built me up. My recovery I owe to Hood's Sarsaparilla. 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