SANTA FE, N. M WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1895
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AN INTERNATIONAL CRISIS
News Confirmed That British Soldiers
Are Marching: Through Brazilian
Territory Toward Venezuela.
BOLD DEFIANCE OF MONROE DOCIRINE
flituation Becoming Deeply Interesting
The World is Watching Uncle
Sam Will He Call the Brazen
British Bluffer or Meekly
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New York, Oot. 30. A special to the
Herald from Rio Brazil says that news
has been received there from the gov
ernor of Para, confirming the report of
the passage of the British troops through
AN INTEBNATIOmi OBIBK. '
Chicago. A special from Washington
says: The confirmation of the news that
an armed British foroe is marohing
through Brazilian territory to that part
of Venezuela claimed by Great Britain
will, it is said, bring the international
dispute to a . crisis at once. In some
quarters fears are expressed lest the
negotiations will be prolonged until Eng
land gets all the soldiers she wants into
the disputed territory.
It is announced that Count Bella Ziohy
will in a few days . marry Mrs. Yznaga,
who was last, week divoroed in South
The main buildingsot the University of
Virginia, at Cbarlottsville, were burned to
the ground, entailing a loss of $300,000.
Lectures will not be suspended.
The Bhrine of the Saered Heart of
Jesus, erected to the glorifioation of the
Blessed Margaret Mary at the Convent of
the Visitation, was dedionted at St. Louis
with imposing ceremonies yesterday.
The coming of the Amerioan Railway
union to the east is looked upon by rail
road managers with no little uneasiness,
as the strength of the order is daily in
creasing, and the membership at present
is said to be not far from 175,000.
The oensus of the City of Mexico shows
341,877 inhabitants, and in the immediate
suburbs 148,735, making nearly half a
million. Complaint has been raised in
the press that the enumeration is not well
taken and that the real population of the
city is fully 400,000.
At a meeting of Custer poet, G. A. R.,
in Tacotna, Wash., the resolution intro
duced a week ago providing for a oom
mittee to memorialize congress to place
ex-confederate soldiers on an equality
Willi ai-uuluu nuldlHio Tor Bunjmsiuu to
the National Soldiers' home was taken
from the table, and by a unanimous stand
ing vote of the post was voted down.
There has been a sudden revival of
rumors about the Panama canal plan.
Sir Henry Tyler, ex-president of the
Grand Trunk railroad, has visited the
Isthmus and sent out the statement that
6,000 men are to be employed on the
oanal work and that there are ample
funds for completing it. Then comes a
dispatch from Colon announcing that
3,000 men have already been engaged.
Harold Frederic cables to the New
York Times: "There seems to be no
deubt that Queen Viotoria is passing
again through one of those phases of
semi-insanity which recall that she is
George Ill's granddaughter. These in
the '70s were rather frequent; of late
years they have recurred less often, but
for six weeks now the worst of the series
has been giving everybody about Bal
moral muoh anxiety and ceaseless trouble.
Mysterious Ireath In Minnesota.
Minneapolis, Oot. 80. The body of
Rev. F. V. Bpindler, an aged retired
clergyman, living at Shakopee, Minn, was
fonnd on toe outskirts of the city this
morning with three bullet holes near his
heart. Near by was a 82-calibre revolver.
The police have been unable to determine
whether it was suicide or murder.
Harrison on the Kostrnm.
Indianapolis, Ind., Oot. 80. Gen. Ben
jamin Harrison has broken a long list of
declinations to address public assem
blages, and will appear on the platform
to-morrow night in this city with General
John B. Gordon of confederate fame.
General Harrison will introduoe the ex
confederate, and it is expeoted that he
will contribute some interesting remarks
on the results of the war and the relations
of the two sections. - r
NATIONAL CAPITAL NOTES.
President Cleveland is said to be suf
ferine from another attaok of the gout.
Attorney General Harmon has gone to
West Virginia on a short fishing trip.
Olney's reform methods have given the
state 'department barnaoles a violent
Charles A. Keith, of Roswell, N. M., has
been admitted to praotioe before the in
terior' department in land, pension and
Col. A. C. Fiek, of Denver, is hers en
route to New York, where he expects to
spend the winter. He announced his pur
nose of establishing an office for the Pan
Amerioan Bimetallic association on Wall
street, and thns carry the war for silver
into Africa. .
The Alaskan boundary line question
will be forced to a speedy termination by
the action of Canada, it not by some dip
lomatio move on the part of Seoretary of
State Olnev. It is announced that the
Dominion government intends to direct
the mounted police to assume control of
the whole frontier along tne uanaaian
boundary of Alaska with power to oolleot
customs duty and to hold court martials
to try criminal cases.
Seoretary Carlisle has not yet decided
as to whether he will go to Kentucky to
vote; The question has arisen as to his
right to vote, in view of the fact that he
can no longer claim residence in the
ward in whioh he last voted. The laws of
the state of Kentuoky require sixty days'
residence in a ward as a neoessary condi
tion to voting in that ward, henoe Mr.
Carlisle-is in doubt as to his right to reg
ister and vote in any ward of the city of
Covington, and be may, therefore, to
view of the olroumstances oi tne onse, ae
cide not to make the trip.
Killed by a Cable Car.
Chicago, Oct, 30. G. W. Cole, president
of the Bankers' and Merchants' associa
tion, was run over and fatally injured
last night by a North Clark street cable
THE DUREANT TRIAL.
Closing Arguments In Progress Case
will lie uiVTUio ineurj- id
San Franoisoo, Oot. 80. District Attor
ney Barns began the closing argument on
behalf of the state in the trial of Theo.
Durrant to-day. The court room was
crowded to its greatest capaoity and olose
attention was paid to the spenker. Judge
Murphy will charge the lory to-morrow
morning. A verdict is expected by to
New York, Oot. 80. Money on call nom
inally at 2 2 percent; prime mercan
tile paper, 4 6. Silver, 67; lead,
Kansas City. Cattle receipts, 9,200;
shipments, 3,600; market to-day for
best grades, weak to 10 cents lower; Texas
steers, $2.40 $3.90; Texas cows, $2.10
$2.60; beef steers, $3.00 $5.00; native
cows, $1.25 $3.25; stockers and feeders,
$1.25 $2.00; bulls, $1.60 $2.75. Sheep
rectipts, 3,900; shipments, 900; market
steady; lambs, $325 $1 15; muttons,
Chicago. Cattle, receipts 19,000, in
cluding 8,000 Texans and 8,000 westerns.
Market to-day for best, quiet, generally
6 10 oents lower; beeves, $3.00
.20; cows and heifers, $1.25 $3.40;
Texans steers, $2.65 $3.35; westerns,
$2.90 $4.00; stookers and feeders, $2.20
$3.85. Sheep receipts, 16,000; market,
steady to firm.
Chicago. Wheat, October, 57i; Ue-
cember, 68 68. Corn, October, 30;
November, 29l. Oats, October, I8J4;
HEAD END COLLISION.
Mubnrban Trains Running at High
Mpeed Collide Wear Kt. Louis -4'our
St. Louie, Oct. 80. A terrific head end
collision occurred last night, between the
suburban trains of the Missouri Pacifio
railroad just outeide the city. Both
trains were running at top speed.
The killed are: John Harper, engineer
west bound train.
Charles H. Catron, engineer east bound
Geo. T. True, fireman east bound train.
The fatally injured: Geo. Dunbar, fire-
mac west bount train.
The seriously injured are: Mrs. J.
Janopolo, ankle sprained, severe twist of
J. Janopolo, legs badly lacerated.
Herbert Taylor, left collar bone brsken,
left ear torn nearly off.
Jolm Datum, UraKeiusn UU' east Donna
train, collar bone broken.
Wm. A. Williams, oonduotor east bound
train, right arm fractured in two places,
left collar bone broken.
BAIL DISASTKB IN IOWA.
Minneapolis. An Iowa Falls, Ia,speoial
to the Journal says that a serious accident
ooourred on the B., C, R. & N. road at
Hardy station this morning. The Sioux
Falls express had orders to pass an extra
freight at that point. The freight had
not cleared the line when the passenger
crashed into it.
Freight Conduotor Dan Gammon, of
Esthervtlle, Iowa, was fatally injured.
Engineer Parmetre and Fireman Wag
ner, of the passenger train, were seriously
Some of the passengers were injured,
but none seriously, it is said.
Arrested In Oregon for Looting a
County Treasury in the Htate
Taooma, Wash., Oct. 30. Ex-Treasurer
Geo. W. Boggs has been arrestod at Cen
tral Point, near Jacksonville, Oregon, by
Sheriff Parker. One warrant oharges
Boggs with the larceny and embezzle
ment of $109,000, and the second with un
lawfully using $180,000 for purposes not
authorized by law. He readily gave him
self up on hearing he was wanted.
Invited to form a Cabinet.
Paris, Oot. 80. President Fanre, after
a conference with Mons. Peytral, Bour
geois, Lookry and Cavaignao, has asked
M. Bourgeois to form a oabinet. The
latter has requested the president to give
him until to-morrow to oonsult with his
A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.
Principal Hotel of Springfield, Ohio,
Burned this Morning Much Other
Property Destroyed. -
Springfield, Ohio, Oot. 30. Springfield
was visited by a destructive fire last
night. The Laoooda hotel was entirely
consumed. It oooupied half of one of the
principal business blooks, fronting on
Hinh and Lime Stone streets.
The blaze originated in the kitohen about
13 oolook and burned abont 'four hours.
Dayton's fire department was called on
It was with difficulty that the guests
were aroused. There wers numerous
The building was owned by John A.
Book waiter, of New York. The loss on
hotel and contents is estimated at $100,
000, partly insured.
On the street fronting the hotel wers
some of the principal stores in the city.
The Western Union and Postal tele
graph offices were totally burned. Among
other losses are: The Seig Thaller drug
store, $10,000; Maroelot jewelry store,
$20,000; London cleaning store, $16,000.
riBB BAOINO IS COLUMBUS, OA.
Columbus, Ga. A terrible fire is rag
ing in one of the most popular residence
districts of.'CoInmbns, and it is beyond the
control of the fire deparment. Five
handsome residences and the girls' high
school building have bsen horned. The
fire is fanned by a strong wind, which
carries livs coals for blocks. It looks as
if a large territory would be burned over.
Stores are closed anil All clerks are fight
ing fire, ,
STATE AUTHORITIES DEFIED
Maunders of Corbett and Fitzsimmons
Preparing to Pull Off Fight
at Hot Springs
REGARDLESS OF GOVERNOR'S PROTEST
Arkansas Militiamen Called Out to
Prevent the Fight Fitzsimmons
Endeavoring to Elude State
Authorities Warrant for a
. Sheriff's Arrest.
j Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
fs9 1 1 IlsvqMM.WftU u
Hot Springs, Oct. 30. The announce
ment from Little Bock that Gov. Clarke
had placed the state militia under waiting
orders produced no perceptible effect on
the leaders of the local sporting frater
nity, who, by the way, are identical with
the citizens' committee. Such' a step had
been expected.- It is thought that the
action was made to prepare for the emer
gency of Fitzsimmons falling into the
hands of BheftH Honpt a officers at Teia
kana and being brought to this city.
MOVEMENTS Or FITZSIMMONS.
Little Rook, Ark. Fitzsimmons was
met at Marshall, Texas, by Sheriff Honpt
and party and left at once for Shreve-
port. The route will be through Alex
andria, Pine Bluff and thence over the
Cotton Belt to Camden, from Camden to
Guerdon, thence to Malverne. The sher
iffs of Clarke, Lafayette and Onaohita
Counties have been notified to arrest
Fitzsimmons and Julian and hold them
for the sheriff of Pulaski county. As the
party is on a special train it is improb
able that they will bo arrested.
MILITIAMEN CALLED OUT.
Little Rook, Ark. Gov. Clarke hns
cailed out the 1st regiment to stop the
fight between Corbett and Fitzsimmons.
The companies at Pine Bluff, Helena,
Cabot and Jacksonville have been or
dered to be ready to march this after
noon. The MoCarthy light guard and
the Fletcher light battery of this city have
also been notified to be ready to move.
The csptain of the Helena company
says that he has forty-eight men ready to
march with 1,000 rounds of ammunition.
Forrest City has ihirty-eight men with
plenty of cartridges and all eager for the
The plan now is to send about 100
militiamen to Hot Springs from this city
to-day and to mass the other companies
at Little Rock. They may be sent to
Hot Springs early to-morrow.
The governor is still determined that
the fight shall not occur. He says he
proposes to exhaust every resource at his
HUBRYINO TO HOT SPBINOS.
Chicago. "Parson" Davies passed
through Chicago to-day for Hot Springs.
The Parson said that lie had received a
telegram to "come on," and he thought
the chances were that Corbett and Fitzsim
mons would meet. As to when or where
he had no information. In his opinion
Corbett would win.
Sullivan refused to commit himself,'
Speaking of Tommy Ryan, Davies said
that Byan was going to Hot springs to
fight and would meet the "mysterious"
Billy Smith in a baloon or anywhere
John L. Sullivan has been engaged by
a New York newspaper to report the fight
if Corbett and Fitz appear to face eaoh
Hot Springs. Fitzsimmons and Julian
have been warned of the danger of falling
into the hands of the officers of Pnlaski
county atTexarkana. They may leave the
Texas & Pacifio train at Marshall, proceed
to Shreveport, and thence go north into
Arkansas by way of Louisville. If this
plan is adopted the party can not reach
here before to-morrow.
Memphis, Tenn. The Iron Mountain
railroad office in this city has a flaming
sign exposed, whioh reads: "Official
Prize fight between Corbett and Fitzsim
mons will positively ocour at Hot Springs
WABBANT FOB SHEBIFF HOUFT.
Little Rook. A warrant has been is
sued for the arrest of Sheriff Honpt, of
Garland oounty, who is engaged in an
effort to get Fitzsimmons to Hot springs.
HOLMES ON TRIAL
Proving Himself a Renins By His
Masterly Conduct of HI Own
llevolt Against the Sultan,
Constantinople, Oct. 30. It is reported
that in the Zeeitout mountains of Armenia
26,000 Armenians are in open revolt
against the rule of the sultan. The Turk
ish government, in view of the gravity of
the outbreak, has deoided to oall out the
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.
Philadelphia, Oot. 80. Whether Holmes
is guilty of any or all of the crimes hang
ing over his head, there is no doubt that
the man is an abnormal genius. Last
night he lecalled Lawyers Shoemaker and
Rotan, whom he dismissed the day before,
but it is .apparent that their presence
even now is superfluous.
Soarely a question is pat to a witness
without its being first framed or snggebt
ed by Holmefv and, should counsel ask
anything without first (6n3nlting him and
the query fails to strike him as felicitous,
he manifesto bis displeasure by irritably
tapping with his pencil on the railing of
The first witness to-day was Susan Hur
ley, who said that Feitzel boarded at her
house on Race street a week in August,
Mrs. Alice Price, who has a cigar store
at 131 Callow Hill street, identified Peit
sel's picture as that of a man who lived
at No. 1316. She said that Peitsel was
not a man of cheerful disposition.
Ola Forest Perry, assistant to the pres
ident of the Fidelity Mutual Life associa
tion, which was swindled out of $10,000,
for which Peitsel'B life was insured, iden
tified a polioy issued, in which Carrie E.
I'eitzel, the widow, is the beneficiary. It
is dated November , 183.
Perry related the story of the train
robber, Hudspeth, that he overheard
Holmes and Peitsel, in jail nt St. Louis,
conspire to defraud the insurance com
pany of $10,000 by palming off a corpse
as that of Peitsel. Holmes was oaptured
in Boston and confessed that he defraud
ed the Fidelity company. He said that
Peitsel, with his son, Howard, was in
Sooth America, but he declined to say
where Mrs. Peitsel was.
District court, Santa Fe county.
Daniel Carter "1 No. 3535.
vs. I Assumpsit
C. G. Story and by Attach
James M. Allan. J ment.
To C. G. Story and James M. Allan, de
fendants above named:
You and eaoh of you are hereby noti
fied that Daniel Carter, the above named
plaintiff, has brought the above entitled
snit against you in which he seeks to re
cover the Bum of three hundred and seventy-eight
and 20-100 dollars against yon
together with interest from December
13, 1891, and costs for work, labor . and
services rendered to you as custodier, nnd
watchman of your property in Glorieta,
in said oonnty of Santa Fe, territory of
New Mexico; that your said property has
been attached in said suit; and that unleBB
you appear at the next regular term of said
court, appoiuted to be held on the second
Monday of December, 1895, being Mon
day, Deoember 9, 1895, judgment will be
rendered against you and eaoh of you in 1
said suit and your said property sold to
satisfy the game.
Dated Santa Fe, N. M., October 25, 1895.
Geo. L. Wyllys,
Geo. W. Enaebel, Clerk.
Attorney for Plaintiff, Office and Post
office address, Santa Fe, N. M.
MO GALISTE0 GOLD.
Finding Nuggets in the Sand A Chi
naman's Luck Prospectors with
To the Editor of the New Mexican.
Wallace, N. M., Oot. 28 The search for
gold and nuggets in the Rio Galisteo still
goes on from Ortiz i.j Bg Domingo, but
especially at or near this p....... Jim
Sing, Chinese restanranteur here, while
getting water in the river this morning
found one about the size of a small al
moud, holding abont $2 worth of gold.
The stone shows the. wear of its travels
from the placer gruwn J in Santa Fe coun
ty. Jioy has jMieroUs specimens, prov
ing the richness tH the sand in the river
bed. Several pookets have been found
above here and two or three below, the
dirt being rich below its j miction with
the Rio Grande. A few prospectors or
rather washers are scattered from here to
Roger's Bend, but were these placers or
gold-bearing bars in Colorado, Wyoming,
California or in faot along the Union or
Wortnern Jracino railroads the eastern
papers would be filled with the accounts
of their richness. But being along the
Santa Fo which reaches out for the Pacifio
coast trade and in New Mexico they are
kept unknown while eastern capital goes
elsewhere to work abandoned California
river beds or low grade mines, not paying
half as much and costing more. Yet the
rivor bed ia a golden one. Bee.
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