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in . w is v t m SANTA FE, N. M.. SATURDAY OCTOBER 19, L895 NO. 203 VOL.32. It stands alone; it has the blades to support it. There is mate than bladet in onr knives; there is the finest steel, and consequently better valne than in any other cutlery obtainable at the price in Santa Fe. We carry only first-class goods and make onr prices with the view to trade in the future. If yon want a knife, get a good one. It pays best in the end, beoanse it lasts longer and gives better satisfaction. A poor knife is hard ly worth having at all. We can give yon an Al article at f 1 and up, and certainly no good knife can be cheaper. Remem ber all onr hardware is first-olass, and we sell it in every variety. W. H. COEDEL, Catron Block - Santa Fe. MUIXEB & WALKER. v- -DEALERS IN- Staple ii Fai Gratis. j ' 1DD FBOPBISTOUS OF FBBHH BRK&D, P1KS A.N1 CAHU. AGENTS FOB BOSS Patent Flour. Club House Canned Gooda. Hesstoa Creamery Butter. Phone 53 Careful attention given to special order for cakea and pastry. Campers' supplies paoked free of charge. Call and examine our stock and gee our low prices. S.S.BEATY, DEALER IN GROCERfflS&PROVISIONS, Hay, Grain, Fruit and Lnmber. 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. GIVB ITS A. OAXjTL.1 Corner Bridge & Water Sts. In! TELEPHONE 40. Full Stock CONGRESSES OF RELIGIONS, Synopsis of the Letter Sent liy Pope Leo to Mgrr. Satolli on the Subject. CATHOLICS NOT TO MEET PROTESTANTS. Archbishop Ireland Analyzes the Let ter and Says it will Result in Promoting True Chris ' tianity. Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 19. Archbishop Katzer has received a oopy of the letter of Pope Leo sent to Mgr. Satolli bearing on religions oongresses. From the tone of the letter it would seem evident that in the futnre Catholios will not meet with protestant bodies, but eonduot their con ventions separately, though open , o all, with the privilege of allowing Hie-members of other denominations to ask any questions they may see fit. No referenoe is made to the world's religions congress in that partionlar, neither is there a single word which can be termed deroga tory to the great convention. It simply States that the knowledge of such con ventions being held has oome to the at tention of the pope and he expresses the oonviotion that it would be better per haps for Catholics to meet separately. ABOHSISHOP IBBLAND. 8t. Fanl, Minn. Archbishop Ireland in an interview with the Associated Press representative to-day said: "The words of Pope Leo arein nojnan ner of means a condemnation of parlia ments of religions. He merely pre scribes the methods or conditions under which Catholics may take part in them. He deems nnadvieable the promiscuous assembling of Catholics with men of all forms of religion Buddhists and Mo hammedens and non-Catholics, upon the same platform for the discussion of re ligious questions. "Congressses of religions will oontinue to be held, and CatholicB will hold their meetings during the Bame period of time and on the same grounds as the repre sentatives of other faiths or religions, but in halls of their own, marking in this way their own dootrinal exolusiveness, and yet allowing to others the advantages of hearing their dioisions. OOOD BESULTS. "All the results that were ever expected from oongresses of religions remain, such as the allowing of comparative studies of the several faiths, the exhibiting to the world of the fundamental truths, scatter ed through all of them, and the good points of eaoh one, although in so many of them those points be fragmentary and incomplete. And, at the same time, no Catholic, whoever he be, will have room for complaint or will find reason for being absent from the oongresses. The Catholio attendance at oongresses will in this manner be larger than it otherwise would have been. Whenever the religions of the world appear in state and voice their, beliefs, the Catholic ehurob owes it to herself to appear and to speak so as to give publio testimony to the complete ness of truth whioh she professes to hold, and to tell the nations that she lives and is destined tolive thtongh ages."-.. John Markay Killed. San Francisco, Cal., Oot. 19. John W. Maskay, Jr., was killed in Paris yester day by being thrown from a horse. He was the eldest son of John W. Maokay, the California millionaire. Deceased was about 25 years of age. Speculation In London. London, Oct. 19. The flnanoial article in the Times this morning estimates that the Barnato clique yesterday purchased 100.000 shares. "Large purchases were made," says the Times, "by insiders of Beers' Diamond shares. On the whole the situation is improved." FIRST NATIONAL BA1 Santa Fe, New Mexico, Designated Depositary of the United States R J Palen - - President J. H. Vaughn - Texas Sheep Quarantined. Denver, Oct. 19. Governor Mclntyre has issued a proclamation declaring a quarantine against the states of Texas and Wvomicg and the territories of New Mexico and Oklahoma. Sheep can be admitted within the state only on their hmnir fnnnd to be free from scab and other diseases alter a tnsrougn lospec Hon. The Droolamation does not appiy to sheep that are transferred through the state by rail. i - THE MARKETS. Cashier - n -' STERLING BICYCLES. MODELS $125, Sterling spokes don't break, Sterling- sprocket quickly sauced, Sterllnt eraaks ean't work looee, Sterling; forks are itrongest. Sterling; frames never buckle, Sterling- bearings run true, Sterling; rider never chance mounts, Sterling wnoew wm u in . Sterling-agents wanted in every wwu " JTw-2 it h - Best ofreferenees Nqulred. "We carry the atook-nowalt Here. ' TheBMrllnc acenoy U a money-maker. . A. J. FISCHER, PinWttY & RODJIJ?011' C -; , LOCAL AGENT. JobbM of Bicycle cad Bundries, : 1618 If. Second Ave, Phoenix, Arte HucceMfnl trial of Indiana. Boston, Oct. 19. The battle ship In diana, in her official speed trial, showed an average speed of 1S.61 knots per honr, which, if not decreased by the tide allow ance, will entitle the Cramps to a bonus off 50,000. NASHVILLE-WILMINGTON. Two New Iron Clads far Uncle Sam's Navy Launched at Newport Sen". Newport News, Va., Oct. 19. Two new ganboats for the XI. S. navy were launched here to-day. They were christ ened the Nashville and Wilmington, in honor of the oities of Tennessee and Delaware. Six thousand people witnessed the lannohing. Miss Emma Thompson, of Nashville, broke a bottle of champagne over the Nashville, and Miss Annie B. Gray, daughter of Senator Gray, christ ened the Wilmington. In both instances, Secretary Herbert stood upon one side of the young lady christening the vessel and 0. B. Orcutt, president of the New port News Ship Bmldiug A Vtj Dock oompany, on tne otner side. Alter the launching a banquet was served. Desperate Negro. Webster City, Iowa, Oot. 19. Reed Smith, oolored, aged 85, living at Lehigh, beoame insane from jealousy laBt night, and with a clnb beat his wife into n jelly, from which she died. Sheriff Wolsley was called to arrest the murderer, when Smith opened fire on him. Wolsley was struck in the head by a shot, the bullet passed on striking a woman named Bar ber, who will die from her injuries. Weekly Bank Statement. New York, Oot. 19. The weekly bank statement is as follows: Reserve, in crease, $1,203,275; loans, decrease, $2, 285,700; specie, increase, $90,000; legal tenders, deorease, $178,400; deposits, de crease, $1,567,100; circulation, deorense, $176,200. The bankB now hold $15,380,- 175 in excess of legal requirements. THE GREAT SOUTHWEST. Practical Kesulta Being- Shown by the Iteep Water Harbors Oraln for Export. New York, Oot. 19. Money on call easy at 2 and 2 '4 per eent; prime mercan tile paper, OA 6. Silver, 67)6; lead, 13.15. Kansas City. Cattle receipts, 6,000; shipments, 2,700; market steady; Texas steers, $2.26 $2.85; Texas cows, $1.50 $2.45; beef steers, $3.25 $6.10; native cnwi. tl.00 et 88.25: stookers and feeders, $2.65 & $8.85; bulls, S 1.75 10 SK.&o. Dneep reotipts, 200; shipments, 1,000; market steady; lambs. $8.20 & $4.25; muttons, S2.00 H S8.25. flhioatro. Wheat. Ootober, 69; De cember, 60. Corn, October 28 ; Novem ber,27, Oats, October, 17Sii Decern ber, lift ' ' "J A WET BLANKET. taiMvanlntloB Hehemera) for the laioa Pacific Ran Acalaat a Hnac. New York, Oot. 19. A special to the World says the report of the government directors of the Union Paoino railroad will act as a eold bath to the plan of the reorganisation proposed by the reorgani sation committee. The plan seems to have been constituted praotioally without any regard to the government debt, while the government directors' propose a plan wherebv the government may be reason ably sure of a large percentage, If not all k. j-K Ana it hv both the Union Paoino and the Central Pacific. The basis of the proposition Is the eonsolidation of tha Union Paoiflo and Central Pacific toads into one single trunk line, extending r mm rimftha. ta Han Jose. Cal., thus eon- neoting the Pad fio coast with one of the prinoipal railway centers by the shortest line in existence.. ., , -k n n.rtu. of Magic. Pa., writes: f..i u Ant nt mine to inform yon and th. nnhlie that De Witt's Witoh Hasel ,! nnnid me of a very bad ease of so- zema. It also cored my boy of a running Galveston, Texas, Oot. 19. The Gal veston Export Commission oompany has loaded from the elevator to the steam ship Hibernia a parcel lot of Texas corn for Hamburg. The manager of the oom pany, Mr. M. C. Imboden, said that this will be promptly followed by shipments to Jfrenon and isngilsn ports, ana oon tinue thronghout the season with regular shipments to European ports generally. He said Texas should go to growing wheat and corn on an extensive soale, as the north owes her wealth largely to growing these orops, and they are mnch farther from Europe, being so far inland. "If Texas would grow as large a corn orop every year as tnis year," said ne, "and prloes average as tney nave in tne past ten years in the regnlar market, the farmer would get about 12 cents per buBhel for his oorn more than he does to day, or average about 27 to 80 cents in the ear. Take the average range tor tne past ten years between the high and low points eaoh year, it wonld make it over 10 cents more. "This year the Texas farmer will real ize for export oorn 75 to iuu per cent more than the Kansas farmer. The same, generally speaking, should apply . to wheat also. In 1891 Texas proved her wheat was- safe to export, as she will thfs year her corn. In 1891 we exported the first Texas wheat, as this year the first Texas corn. We expeot as high compli ments on the corn as we received on the wheat." Homeeeekera' KxenrHlon. A second series of homeseekers' excur sions have been arranged for, and all agents east of the Missouri river will sell tickets at one fare for the round trip to all points in Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, JUouisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, North and South Dakota, Texas, Wyoming and Ctah, dates of sale October 8 and 22, 1895. Return dates will be October 11, 15, 18, 22, 25, 29 and November 1, 5, 8 or 12, 1895. For particulars call on agents of the "Santa Fe Route." Gxo. T. NiofloLSON, H. S. Lvtz, G. P. A. Chicago, Agent, Santa Fe. TO-DAY'S CONDENSATIONS. BRITISH ULTIMATUM SENT The St. Jame? Gazette Sees Bristling: Bayonets All Along1 the Vene- znelan Frontier. RATHER A REMARKABLE STATEMENT. The Westminster Gazette Says Great Britain Will Stand with the U. S. on the Monroe Doctrine. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report MM Absolutely pure London, Oct. 19. The St. James Ga zette this afternoon follows np the dis closures of yesterday regarding the policy of the Bight Hon. Jos. Chamberlain, sec retary of state for the colonies, toward Venezuela and the apparent determina of the British government to nphold its claims by force of arms, by making the following important statement: ' ' TALKS BiTHEB SPUNIY. "We are in a position to state that the Marquis of Salisbury hks sent an ultimat um to President Crespo, whioh not only sets ont the demands of the British gov ernment for the reparation to be made on account of the arrest and deportation of inspeotors of police at Uruan, but it also states the terms upon which Great Britain will definitely (Utermine the boundary dispute with that republic. Both the Marquis of Salisbury and Cham berlain are in perfect agreement as to the necessity of ending the frontier dispute, even if Venezuela has to be brought to terms by those means which are most ef fective in reaching tin understanding with Sonth American republics." NEWSPAPER COMMENT. The Westminister Gazette in comment ing upon a dispatch to the Times from New York, declaring a joint refusal of the European powers to accept the Mon roe doctrine is believed to be in the Marquis of Salisbury's mind, says: "There is no suoh thing, the Monroe doc trine is a matter entirely between the old country and the United States and if the time ever comes for Great Britain to take sides on the subject we shall stand with the Americans, not against them." ROUND ABOUT TOWN. Copies of the New Mexican containing a full report of Thursday's event at the cathedral may be had at this office, wrapped and ready for mailing, at 5 cents per oopy. . Ex-Sheriff Chas. Conklin and his son, Frank, returned last night from Topeka, Kas., the latter bringing his two ohildren. A telegram from Thos. Mooney, an offloer at Topeka, advises 3heriff Cunningham that the children were stolen from their mother, who is ill with consumption. The Conklins -say this is oot trne; that they brought th children here with their mother's approval, and that she is to fol low as soon as her condition, which is now improving, will permit of her traveling. J. G. Doty, manager of the American Turquoise oompany, which oontrols the mines eighteen miles south of Santa Fe, was in town yesterday, and left last night for Silver City, near whioh place his oom pany is also operating minos. He says Mr. Porterfield, of Silver City, represent ing the Azure .Turquoise oompany, has established an office in New York City and is making extensive sales of Grant county turquoise. Postmaster Gable, who was called to El Paso a few days ago as a witness in the case of the O. S. vs. A. G. Dawson, re ceived a telegram to-day bringing the gratifying news of Mr. Dawson's acquit tal. He was charged with complicity in smuggling several thousand head of sheep over the Mexican border last year. News of his acquittal will be very gratifying to his numerous friends throughont the territory. A Duluth, Minn., dispatch says: 0. H. Stuokey, cashisr of the state bank, is missing and with $15,000 of the bank's oash. A formidable legal battle is on at Hot Springs to-day over the arrest of Cor bett. The date for the fight will doubt less be postponed. A New York dispatch says a deal for 800,000 shares of the Anaoonda copper mine has been dennlteiy oonoiuoea to day. The Exploration Company, of Lon don, will name two directors. A Washington dispatch says that E. F. Hobart was to-day appointed pastmaster at Rnhart. Santa Fe oounty, N. M., vice Van Volkenburg resigned. General Manager Frey and - General Superintendent Chas. Dyer, of the A., T. 3c S. F., will reach the city to-morrow, en route south. In response to a request from the trans Mississippi congress to be held in Omaha the president of the Woman's Board ot Trade has named as -delegates Mrs. Selig man and Mrs. Palen, with Mrs. Hurt 'and Mrs. Koch as alternates. The surveys of the Alameda grant for 106,000 acres in Bernalillo county and the Juan Jose Lobato grant for 100,000 acres in Bio Arriba oounty were approved by the TJ. S. land court this forenoon and patents ordered to issue. Mr.. Geo. Hill Howard was attorney for the claimants. The A., T. & S. F. spur was completed into the capitol grounds to-day, and the work of grading for the "Y" is now on hand. New platforms are being laid at the depot. A spur is to be pnt in to facil itate the handling of coal and lumber by Dudrow A Davis, and the spur into the penitentiary grounds will be commenced next week. , At the meeting of the congregation of the Presbyterian chnroh, on Wednesday evening last, the Rev. R. M. Craig, of Hergus, Canada, was called to be pastor of the church. He will be remembered by many as a visitor to this city in May last, and as having at that time preaohed in the church. It is thought that he will undonbtedly accept the oall. At the Palace: S. H. Elkins, Dolores; Thos. Hughes, W, T. McCreight, Andrew Groh and wife, Karl A. Snyder, Albu querque; F. E. Berkioht, C. VV. Burdick, St. Louis; E. S. Hooper, Philadelphia; P. C. Carpenter, Las Vegas; C. W. Arnold, A.S.Murray, Bland; Gerald E.Norton, Madrid; William Green, San Marcos; L. N. Begin, Qnebec; W. G. Le Due, Fayette- ville. At the Exohange: A. L. Kendall, Cer- rillos; Mrs. Tioon, Wagon Moond; J. W. Anderson, Pecos; T. P. Home, Jno. N. Moser, Durango; Alex. Hume and wife, Boston; J. N. E. Moser, St. Louis; J. S, Alexander, Charlotte; T. J. Barron, Water- bnrv; Enoch Johnson, Denver; Albert Gusdorf, Lincoln. The following program will be rendered by Prof. Perez' band in the plaza to-mor row afternoon from 8 till 1:80: March Hurrah for Harrison. Fartello Medley Jamboree Hermann Overture Brilliant...... .....W. P. Chambers Pnllu Clarinda E. J. Keller Walt Im Sereimta. Jaxoae Masourka Beaux Eg Prita Galon East Wind Walter Lewis Take Care! There Is Hanger in allowing inactivity of the kidneys to grow through neglect. The deadly shoals of Brigbt's disease and diabetes will wreck the goodly bark of health if it is al lowed to drift rnderless upon them. The bladder, too, if inactive, and judioious medication does not speedily direct the helm toward the port of safety, will be whelmed by the quicksand of disease. In selecting a diuretic, let your choice fall on Hostetters's Stomach Bitters, which stimulates the renal organs without ir ritating and exciting them, two effects to be apprehended from the unmeditated stimuli largely resorted to. These have a tendenoy to reaot prejudicially. The Bit ters invigorate the kidneys and bladder, common with the nerves and the diges tive organs, and so affording lasting aid. It also affords dnal , assistance in pre venting and ouring intermittent and re mittent fever. Billionsness, constipation and rheumatism it also subjugates. New Fast California Train On October 29 the Santa Fa Route will inaugurate new and strictly limited first class service to Southern California. TheCalifornia Limited will lsave Chicago at 8,00 p. m. daily, reaohing Lob Angeles in three days and San Francisco in tliree and one-half days, a saving of half a day. Time from this station correspondingly reduced. Equipment will consist of superb new vestibuled Pullman palace and compart ment sleepers, chair car and dining car. through to Los Angeles without ohange. This will be the fastest ana most lux urious service via any line to California. Another daily train will cary through palace sleeper and tourist sleeper to San Francisoo and tourist sleeper to Los Angeles, as at present. For full particulars inquire of local agent Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe R. R. Spaniards Battled. Jacksonville, Fla. Oct. 17 A special telegram to the Citizen' from Tampa, Fig, says: Yesterday reports were eir that the Spanish eonsul had re eeived an offloial cable stating that Gen eral Campos was no longer commanding . . S1L fl I J . the military atiairs in vuoa. io nna was that Cam pos was either deposed, killed or oaptured by the insurgents. The Spanish consul emphatically denied the 1 1 Jm finks report, rassengera nrriT,uB num uu to-night report that Goneral Campos is in Santiago and that he has become com- nlat.l inaane. This oonneots strange .y with yesterday's rumor, of whioh the pas sengers last uighthadnointimation. Kxeltcment la laoeoln. .'Great excitement Is reported at Lin ooln on acoount of recent discoveries con cerning the late killing on the. Ruidoeo. It is bow thought the deceased was mur dered by a mob and horribly mutilated. A large number of officers are out after witnesses end several parties are in jail eaargtd with the crime. It is thonght that It will require at least tsn days . to hear tha ease on the preliminary examina tion. The above, from the White Oaks Eagle, is supposed to refer to the finding of the body of a man last week supposed to be 8. E. Welding, of Tularosa. . j , Catarrh Has troubled me for 11 years. I have taken four bottles of Rood's Sarsaparilla and am perfectly oared. I think Hood's Sarsaparilla has no equal, and believe that many who are in poor health and have become discouraged, would be restored to good health If they wonld oily give Hood'o Oaroaparilla afafr trinl." Wm. J. Bensoh, Astorie.Ora. Ul 1 lll. cure all ll'iir ilia, IIUUUS rilW M,t.heUche. .Nh Clmrcli Announcements;. At the Catholio Cathedral to-morrow, 20th Sunday after Penteoost, services will be as follows: First mass, 6:30 a. m.; sec ond mass at 8:30 a. m.; solemn pontifical high mass at 9:30 a. m., oelebrated by Most Rev. Archbishop Begin, coadjntor of Cardinal Taohereau, of Quebec, Canada, grand mass by the cathedral choir; ves pers and benediotion at 7 p. m. At the Church of the Holy Faith to morrow, 19th Sunday after Trinity, ser vices will be as follows: Morning prayer and celebration of the Holy Communion, at 11; evening prayer, at 4:30. Next Fri day the Litany will be read at 4:30 p. m. At the Presbyterian ohuroh to-morrow: Snnday school at 9:45 a. m,; preaching services at 11 s m.iBnd 7:80 p. m.; Y. P. 8. C. E., junior at 8:15 p. m., senior at 4 p.m. Rev. Jas. A. Menaul, of Albuquer que, will preach morning and eveniug. as the electrio light has not yet been put . in the church, the evening service will be held in the mission house adjoining. All are cordially invited to attend these services. Services at St. John's Methodist Epis copal church: Sunday school at 10 a. in.; preaohing services at 11 a. m., sermon by Rev. A. A. Layton, pastor 1st Baptist ohurch of East Las Vegas; Epworth League at 6:30 p. m.; preaching services at 7:30 p. in., conducted by Rev. A. A. Layton. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend the above servicees. G. S. Madden, pastor. At the Guadalupe church to-morrow, October 20, 1895, 20th Sunday after Pen tecost: First mass, 7:00 a. m., sermon in Spanish; seoond mass, 10:00 a. in., sermon in English; vespers and benediction at 7 p. m. On week days, during the month of October, mass at 6:30 a. m. P. Gil- berton, pastor; IT. Deshors, assistant priest. Nineteenth Sunday after Trinity, ser vices at the German Evangelical Lutheran chnroh at 11 o'clock a. m.and 8 o'clock p. m. In the forenoon a sermon on the re formation will be delivered by the pastor. To all Germans a cordial invitation is ex tended. Rev. G. A. Neeff, pastor. Acts at once, never fails, One Minute Cough Cure. A remedy for asthma, and that feverish condition which aoonmpanies a severe cold. The only harmless remedy that produces immediate results. New ton's drug store. All ladies having a few hours' leasure eaoh day should write me at once, regard ing pleasant home work which easily pays $ 18 weekly, This is no deception and will certainly pay to investigate. Reply with stamped envelope. Mrs. S. A. Steb bins, Lawrenoe, Mich. The healing properties of De Witt's Witoh Hazel Salve are well known. It cures eczema, skin affections and is sim ply a perfeot remedy for pile. " Newton's drug Btore. OHAS. 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