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MEXICAN: VOL.32. SANTA FE, N. M., MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1895 NO. 210 Cultivating the voice without a tuneful accompaniment is impossible. Happily both singers and bearers are delighted with oureheokmate pianos, used in vocal prao tioe. These instruments have the qualities whiob make .them admirably adapted to aooompany the refined and accomplished vocalist. Nothing oould blend more perfectly than the voice and instrument when one of oar pianos is used. The better a piano is for acoompaniments, the better it is for instrumental composi tions. Oar pianos are unexcelled for all purposes, and their excellence is all the more remarkable in view of the prioe at which we are able to offer them. Oar pianos are generally called wash-boards. W. H. COEBEL, Catron Block - Santa Fe. MULLER & W ALKER. -DEALERS IN- Stan i u Fancy Groceries. '5' "' PBOparaTOBi of- S-A.HSTT.A. FIE JBHJCBlmLTm FHESH HKKAD, FIKH ADO CAKES. AGENTS FOB BOSS Patent Flour. Club House Canned Goods. Hesston Creamery Butter. 'Phone 53 Careful attention given to special orders for cakes and pastry. Campers' supplies packed free of charge. Call and examine our stock and get our low prioes. .- V S.S.BEATY, DEALER IN tjRDC E mm fi Carry Full Stock Hay, Grain, Fruit and Lumber. Great Bend Pat Imperial Flour. The Elgin Creamery Butter. Fresh Ranch Eggs. Monarch Canned Groods. Teas, Coffees & Spices first quality Colorado New Potatoes. Fresh Poultry & Oysters received every Friday. GIVE US A CALL! Corner Bridge & Water Sts. TELEPHONE 40. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Santa Fe, New'. ZXexioo. Designated Depositary of the United States R. J. Palen President J. H. Vaughn - Cashier STERLING BICYCLES. FIVE -jO-tvSIOO IDELS f25, Sterling- spokes don't break, I1DS Sterling frames never buckle, Sterling- bearing run true, " - Sterling; riden never chaure mounts. Bceriins wdwh win io rwwe. t - Sterlinflr anrookiit ouleklv flf&nfffld. Sterling eranks esn't work loose Uterling forks are strongest. Sterling agents wanted In every town in New Mexico and Arisons. - : . Best of references required. "We oarrjr the stock no wait here." ..,, The Sterling sgsnoy Is a money-maker. .': A. J. FISCHER, -PIN riCY & ROQINOON. - LOCAL AGENT. Jobbers of Bicycle and Sundries, ' 16 lfflT. Second Avs.f Phoenix, Aria.? MORE ARMENIAN BUTCHERIES Hundreds of Christian Innocents Put to Death by Snpporters of the Turkish Policy. A SAD STORY FROM CONSTANTINOPLE Churches Deseorated, Villages Pil laged and Women and Children Maltreated and Burned. Constantinople, Oot. 28. Another ter rible massacre of Armenians is reported to have ocenrred reoently at Baibart dis trict, between Erzeroum and Trebizond. About 500 Mnssalmen and Lazos, a majority of whom were armed with Martin-Henry rifles, attaoked the Armenians inhabiting several villages and set fire to the homes and schools. As the Armenians fled in terror they were shot down and the men and women captured by the rioters were fastened to stakes and burned alive. : Armenian -.women who fell into the hands of the mob, it is also asserted, were outraged and brutally mutilated. The ohurohes were deseorated, villages pillaged, and oattle and 'all portable property of any value i being carried eft. One hundred and fifty Armenians are re ported killed. The surviving villagers, applied to the governor of Baiburt for protection, who, after hearing their complaint, sent three polioemen to the scene after the slaughter had ended. Turkish officials, it is claimed, know the ringleaders, but apparently no steps have been taken to arrest them. The number of Armenians maesaored at Erzingjan is now said to be several hundred. The Turks, it is said, have also attaoked the Armenians in the district of Onmnsh dagh, near Trebizond, and slanghtered many. A Probable Murder. Kansas City, Oot. 28. A speoial to the Star from Topeka, Kas., says: A prob able murder has been nnearthed by the finding, six miles southeast of here, of the dead body of Edward Illston, the 16-year-old son of a well-to-do farmer. There were two bullet holes in his head. Yonng Illston has been missing sinoe Ootober 14, and was last seen alive in company with an unknown man. THE PUGS WILL MEET. A'itsslmmons ctlgnw and the Big; eight Will Take Place In a I'ew Days. Rochester, N. Y., Oot. 28, Parson Davies received the following dispatch this morning from Hot Springs, Ark: "Fltzsimmons will be here Wednesday. There will be a postponent of about five days. Bring Ryan. (Signed) - "Joseph H. Vehdio." From this it is inferred that Fltzsim mons has reaonsidered his withdrawal and the big fight will come off. Davies and company will leave on Wednesday for Hot Springs. Kansas Apple Carnival. Leavenworth, Kas., Oot. 28. This city is to-day experiencing the first whirl at the apple carnival celebration. Every bnilding and store front down town is gorgeonsly deoorated with apples of all sizes and colors and the carnival colors, red, yellow and green are conspicuous everywhere. Business is suspended and everybody is celebrating. A street parade nearly a mile long was the feature of this afternoon. Gov. Morrill, Gov. Wood bury, of Vermont, Congressman Blue and U. S. Senator Baker later made speeobeB. PREGNANT WITH SENSATION Another Chapter in the Ourrant case -Startling; Revelations In a letter from a Dead nan. San Franoisoo, Oot. 28. The coroner to-dsy received a ' letter signed by one George Reynolds, saying that the writer's body would be found in the bay and con fessing that he had been employed by the attorneys of Theodore Durrant to manu facture testimony in the murder oases of Blanche Lamont and Minnie Williams. The letter says five other men were also employed by the defense to make false statements, the object being to con vict Rev. Geo. Gibson of the murder. The letter is accompanied by a type written statement which, the letter says, Reynolds was instruoted by defendant's attorneys to swear to. The police are in vestigating the matter and will not acknowledge that the letter is a hoax. Tammany's Star Wins. New York, Oct. 28. Judge Beach in the supreme oourt to-dsy granted an ap plication to remove the rooster, the em blem of the State Demooraoy, from the offioial ballot. He states that the police commissioners aoted erroneously in al lowing the Stats Demooraoy the use of the emblem. ' i . . ' John Boll Wants Help. London. Oot. 28. The Westminister Ga zette commenting upon the developments in the east says: "a.meries.witn ourselves, is a Dsoiflo power. For years back she has taken great interest in the develop ment of Japan, Cores and China. The interest of John Bull and Cousin Jonath an is identical. Neither wishes to disturb the status ejuo; both wish to get a fair share of what oommeroiai advantages may be going. Should the Times' Hong Kong dispatch be confirmed and the csar's advisers unfortunately persevere in their determination to disturb the balanoe of power in ths fsr east, Japan will look for friends, and those friends sre obviously - Great Britain and ths United States. The little anxiety in the foreign office is cheaply bought if it is led thereby to osrefully consider ths future diplomatic and naval relations oetween ths old oountry snd her strenuous sons across ths Atlantic, and to realize that ths English speaking world can better employ its strength than .in Internal squabbling over such petty matters as ths boundaries ana oougawons oi ene zuela and Nicaragua." After the foreigners. Hong Kong, Oot. 28. An extensive anti-foreign outbreak is expected at Can ton. Fonr hundred braves, enlisted here by the viceroy, have gone to that city. ANOTHER CRISIS IN FRANCE. The Klbot ministry Resigns In a Body Official Scandal Causes the Government's Pefeaf. Paris, Oot. 28. The cabinet resigned to-day as a result of the government de feat in the ohamber of deputies during the debate on the southern railway scan dal. Idaho Union Miners. Milwaukee, Oct. 28. Milwaukee owners of the Morning mine at Molleox, Idaho, received a telegram to day which stated that the miners of the union had ordered the men out of the Hooter mine, which adjoins the Morning mine, and threaten to take them out . by foroe unless they join the union and ask for more pay. The governor of Idaho has been asked to pro claim martial law. The militia has been ordered to be in readiness to move on a moment's notice. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. Washington, Oot. 28. Senator Carter, ohairman of the Republican national committee, was questioned to-day as to the probable time of holding the next Republican convention, He said he had not conferred with other members of the committee regarding the date but as six months notioe must be given after the meeting of the committee the convention could not be called earlier than about the middle of Jane. He thought, however, it would be the general desire nat to have the convention meet nntil after the ad journment of oongreBS, and he did not think it probable that congress would be ready to adjourn before the middle of June. The inference is that the conven tion will not be oalled to meet earlier than the last of June. U. S. 8DPBELE COUBI. Chief Justice Fuller announced to-day that on Friday next the supreme oonrt would take a. recess until Monday, No vember 11. HOLMES ON TRIAL. Easily the Chief of Modern Criminals Defending Himself In a Phila delphia Court. A Michigan Horror. Manistse, Oct. 28. Two obiljren of John Contri, aged S and . 6 years, were stnotheredby smoke and dftd last night. They hSdset tbe bedding on ore. Philadelphia, Oot. 28. H. H. Holmes, who aooording to his own remarkable oonfessions, stands at the head of the list of modern criminals, was put on trial In, the court of Oyer au3 Terminer, this morning, for the murder of Benjamin F. Pietsell. The commonwealth prosecutors are Distriot Attorney Geo. 8. Graham and Speoial Assistant Thos. W, Bartow. . For the prisoner, wm. a. o&oemaser ana Samuel P. Rotam, young members of the bar, appeared. Judge Michael Arnold is upon the bench. Holmes has been oaretnl to shift the main responsibility for the various mur ders, with which he admits having been oonneoted, to other shoulders. Thos during thirty-eight years of a life devoted almost entirely to law breaking, this is his first experienoe as a felon on trial for bis life. - A sensation was created by the counsel for the prisoner withdrawing at Holmes' request, after tbey had made an ineffectual attempt to secure s postponement. Holmes is conduoting his own case. At 1:45 twelve jurors had been seleoted. The oourt took a rcoees till 8 p. m. Law yer R. C. Moon deolined to participate in the case for Holmes unless a continuance was granted and as Judge Arnold deolined to do this Holmes will nave to act as his own lawyer. TO-DAY'S CONDENSATIONS. General Carlos Dlez Gutierrez, govern or of San "Luis Fotosi, Mexico, is being royally entertained by St. Louis mer chants. " - Several prominent Arizonians have ar rived in Washington to renew the fight against Gove rnor Hughes. . At Chicago, Edna, Schmidt, daughter of the millionaire brewer, K. G. Schmidt, has eloped with her father's ooaohman. Franois H. Kieokhoffer, disbnrsiug offi cer of the state department at Washing ton for ten years, has been asked to re sign. Irregular aoconnts. Canovas say should the Amerioan gov- enment appoint a committee to study the Cuban qnestion he will not allow pern to land on Cuban soil. A California Republican congressman is quoted as saying that ths choice of his state for presidential Repnblioan nom inee is divided between Senator Teller and Senator Allison. At Denver, Mayor MoMurray . and the chamber of commerce have issued a joint call for a mass meeting in Denver Uet. 31, to protest against Spanish oppression in Cubs and take steps to aid the insur surgents. "' The Cuban insurgents now control three-fourths of the island. The men are armed not only with Mansurs, osptured from the Spaniards, but also with Win chesters and Remingtons, sent from ths United States. There are over 800 Amerioan offioers in the army, and more are going every day. In ths oity of New York the total reg istration for ths last day was 12,270. The registration for the corresponding day last year was 18,657. The total registration this year is 281,085; last year 808,585. ' " DESTRUCTIVE FIRES. Owing to Dry Weather and High Winds Thousands of Acres Being Bnrned Over In Indiana- Crown Point, Ind., Oot. 28. Should no rain fall during the next twenty-four hours and the high winds continue to-day, ths ' southern portion ' of this coun ty and a. part of Jsspar county, consist ing of nearly 60,000 acres, will be a heap of ashes. . " Near Kontz, three lives are repotted lost. The damage will reaoh from $50,000 to 75,000, if not much more. A new line of ths tannine Foster Kid gloves Just received. All shades and sices, we guarantee every pair. Gusdorf ft Dolaa. - SMALL LAND HOLDINGS. Santa Fe Land Officials Receive In structions Regarding These Hold ingsNo Provision for Giving Public Notice to Conflict ing Claimants. The register and receiver of the U. S. land office in this city have reoeived from the commissioner of the general land offioe a circular of instruotions respect ing the taking of proof for patent of what is known as "small land holdings," claims for which have been duly filed with the surveyor general in compliance with the act of congress creating the U. S. oonrt of private land claims. In order that these claims may be ad judicated, the register and receiver are instructed to procure from the surveyor general a list of all suoh olaimB filed with him as have been surveyed aud all others as Boon as surveyed together with the names and addreBBof the claimants. Eaoh of the olaimanta will then be notified that he will be allowed ninety days to submit proof of his possession and oconpation in accordance with the following: 1. Each of the claimants under the provisions of section 16, who was in aotoal, adverse, bona fide possession of his claim twenty years prior to the sur vey of the township in which the land is situated, and has so occupied and held the same continuously from that time on to the making of such suruey, will be re quired to make affidavit to that fact, stating therein the oharaoter and origin of his claim, and tbe material facts re lied upon to show suoh possession. 2. Each of the claimants nnder the provision of said section 16 who was not in the aotual, adverse, bona fide posses sion of his claim twenty years prior to the survey of the township in which the land is situated, but who bases his claim npon the aotunl, adverse, bona fide possession of those under whom he holds, will be required to make affidavit to that fact, stating therein the name of the per son so ooonpying the land claimed twenty years prior to suoh survey, and the name of eaoh of his successors in suoh ocoa panoy during the said period of twenty rears; the respective periods, as near as may be, that the land was so held by eaoh of such successive occupants; the mate rial facts relied upon to show suoh posses sion daring said period; and giving a complete history of his title to such Claim, from the first of the occupants mentioned down; to the present claim ant. 8. Each of the olaimaflts nnder the provisions of section 17 will be required to make affidavit in accordance with the foregoing instruotions 1 or 2, es the oase may be, stating therein the additional facts necessary to show that he became a oitizen of the United States by reason of said treaty of Unadalnpe Hidalgo or the terms of the Oadsen purchase, or that some former occupant or claimant of said land from whom he derived his title or possession so became a citizen of the United States; and in tbe latter case giv ing a complete history of the title to his olaim from the ancestor or grantor so naturalized down to the present claim ant. 1. If documentary evidence of the title of such claimants is in existence such evidence or duly authenticated cop ies of the documents must be produced and filed by them. 5. Every material fact set forth in the claimant's affidavit, or necessary to the validity of his claim, not established by competent documentary evidence, must be substantiated by the affidavits of not less than two disinterested witnesses hav ing a personal knowledge of tbe facts. It will be noticed that these instruc tions make no provision whatever for giving pnblio notice to all who may be concerned of the intention of claimants to prove up on their real or pretended holdings. The proceedings contem plated are of a purely ex parte natnre. The claimant is required to come for ward with snch proofs as he may aotually have or suoh as be may see fit to manu facture, and he must also bring with him "two disinterested witnesses" to "sub stantiate" his evidenoe, but, besides him self, his two witnesses and the officials of the land office, no one else need know anything about his proceedings until they are consummated and patent issued to him. It is needless to explain that this method of proof leaves the door wide open to the praotioe of frauds of various kinds, and, as it is a matter of common notoriety that many of the so called "small holdings" are in direot oonftict with other apparently bona fide claims, it is plain that the merely ex parte proof mentioned is certain to re sult in serious injustice and to prove a fruitful source of annoying and expensive litigation. As this method of prooeednre is contrary to tbe well established, wise and conservative polioy of the gen eral land offioe, which has uniformly aimed to guard against frauds, injustice and future doubt, the Nbw Mexican is persuaded that the neglect to do so in this instance is the result of an over sight and that additional instruotions are likely soon to follow. atiirawi Nervous Sleepless, no appetite and very much run down, was ths condition of my husband. Bines taking Hood's Sarsaparilla he has wonderfully improved, and he now eats nd sleeps well; in fact, ho is all right. Hood's Sarsaparilla we esteem very highly." Mrs. Mary oon siga.v, 1010 Cedar Kt., Pueblo, Colorado. Hrtnrl'c Dil1a"ur llvcr wauu Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report MM B&Edn rowrior Absolutely pure NEW MEXICO NEWS. Mrs. C. L. Cantley expects to leave Sil ver City for Los Angeles, Cal. Her de ooased husband carried $2,0(10 insurance in the United Workmen. The Santa Fe company is doubling the capacity of the stock yards at Doming in expectation of unusually heavy cattle shipments from that point this winter. J. B. Howell, who was accidentally killed under peculiarly distressing circum stances on his ranch twenty miieB north of Cabra Springs, was buried at Las Ve gas yesterday. Postmaster L. A. Skelly had four hemorrhages during the early part of the week and for a short time was in a oritical condition, bnt has improved dur ing the past two i'ays. Silver City. En terprise. Some weeks ago Collector Laird, of Grant oounty, anuounoed he would ad vertise all delinquent taxes this month. Under the advice of distriot attorney he has postponed the advertisement nntil next January. A party of thirty-five or forty Mexioans, evidently from Old Mexico, came np from the south last Saturday night to work in the hard coal mine. It is reported there are a number of others in the same stripe to follow. Cerrillos Rustler. The handsome residence of S. M. Fol som at Albuquerque was sold on Saturday under execution in favor of John W. Schofield, receiver of the Albuquerque National bank, and was bid in by W. S. Striokler at $3,900. Back taxes will bring the amount up to $1,518. John Worsley, a Lancashire coal miner, was killed by the fall of a rook in the hard coal mine at Madrid shortly before 1 o'clock Wednesday morning. Mr. Worsley was a single man and had bnt one relative in this oonntry, a sister, who resides in Kansas. Hon. W. S. Hopewell made a drive of 100 beef steers to Engle last Saturday, for shipment to a purchaser at Kansas City, only to discover that in the mean time the purchaser had failed financially. With his canal energy Mr. Hopewell hustled around and found another pur chaser and made the shipment withoutany delay. Hillsboro Advocate. Notwithstanding the report that the soldiers have driven the Navajoes back to the resenation, Irb Taylor, while over the range last week, encountered two hunting parties. It is said that the In dians, when "oaptured" by soldiers, and are ordered back to the reservation, pull out at a safe distance from the troops and continue the pleasure of slaughter ing game, just as though nothing had happened, says the Doming Headlight. Col. S. P. Carpenter has been appoint ed by Judge Bantz receiver of the Sapello Cattle oompany, as a result of the bill in chancery filed by Israel King, J. P. Mo Grorty, John Corbett, the Bank of Dom ing, Louis H. Brown, trustee against the Sapello Cattle company, Sigmund Lin- dauer, Samuel P. Carpenter, Edwin L. I W 1 1 ft 1 .. 1 1 J ' xusfcer, receiver, huu iTuuuuiupe abuhiuib, in turn growing out of a levy nnder ex ecution against Sigmund Liudauor on the cattle of the company sometime ago. The Frazier & Chalmers Mfg. Co., of Chicago, have sent out a new horse power dry washer weighing about 1,000 pounds, to be tried on tbe gronnd at j uoiaen now oeing worsea Dy me vvooas & Williams placer association. It is the invention of a man by the name of Woods, who, however, Iihb no connection with the placer association. Cerrillos Rustler. ChriB. Wiegand has secured a lease from the Ortiz Mine Grant oompany for the Gypsy Queen mine, and will proceed at onoe with development work on thiB valuable property. Work had been stopped on this mine some time ago awaiting this final arrangement, whioh were consummated between Senator Elk ins and Mr. Wiegand last Tuesday morn ing. Mrs. Bush has fitted up the Lehman Spiegelberg house with comfortable sit ting and dining rooms and resumed keeping boarders. She will give single meals or take boarders by the day, week or month. For terms apply to Mrs. M. Bush, Santa Fe, N. M. Trouble Canned by Riots. Tiffin, Ohio, Oot. 28. The indications point to a speedy termination of the trouble oaused by the riots this morning. A conference of tbe civil and military authorities has just been held and it has been decided to withdraw the militia to morrow morning. T11K 91AKKETSI. New York, Oct. 28. Money on oall nom inally at 2 per cent; prime mercan tile paper, 1 h. Silver, 67; lead, $3.15. Chicago. Cattle, receipts 19,000, in cluding 1,500 Texans and 6,000 westerns. Market to-day for best, steady; market for others, 5 to 10 cents lower; beeves,$3.1(l ti $5.25; rows and heifers, $1.25 $3.40; Texans steers, $2.65 ti) $3.30; westerns, $2.H5 $1.1"; Mockers and. feeders, $2.20 $3.90. Sheep receipts, 22,000; uinrket, steady; lambs, $3.90 $4.25; muttons, $2.00 S) $3.20. Kansas City. Cattle receipts, 11,600; shipments, 2,100; market to-day for best grades, steady; others weak; Texas steers, $2.55 $3.60; Texas oows, $1.90 $2.55; beef steers. $3.00 $4.00; native oows, $1.00 (ft) $3.25; stockers and feeders, $3.15 $3.70; bulls, $1.25 $2.60. Sheep rectipts, 6,000; shipments, 100; market steady; lambs, $3.00 if 150: muttons, $3.50 $4.55. Chicago. Wheat, October, 59pai De cember, 6034. Corn, October 30; Novem ber, 29. Oats, October, 18; Novem ber, 18)a. 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