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VOL.32. SANTA FE, N. M.. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1895 NO. 215 SAOT ST Cultivating the voice without a tuneful accompaniment is impossible. Happily Loth fingers and hearers are delighted with ouroheckmate pianos, used in vocal prac tice. These instruments have the qualities which make them admirably adapted to accompany the refined and accomplished vocalist. Nothing could blend more perfectly than the voioe and instrument when one of our pianos is used. The better a piano is for accompaniments, the better it is for instrumental composi tions. Our pianos are unexcelled for all purposes, and their excellence is all the more remarkable in view of the price at which we are able to offer them. Our pianos are generally called wash-boards. W. H. COEBEL, Catron Block - Santa Fe. MULLER & WALKER. -DEALERS IN- Sialic Hi Fancy GrGceriES. -AND PBOPBIBIOM Or- JOHN BULL MUCH WORRIED His Unsatisfactory Relations with the ' Different Powers Cause Him Real Anxiety. BEATEN IN DIPLOMACY BY RUSSIA Japan Offers the United States an Adroit Explanation of Corean Af fairsNew Phase of Vene zuelan Situation. B-A-HSTT-A. FB BAKERY. VKESH BRKAU, PIES AMI CAKES. AGENTS FOB . Boss Patent Flour. - Club House Canned Goods. -Hesston Creamery Butter. Phone 53 Careful attention given to special orders for oakes and pastry. Campers' supplies packed free of charge. Call and examine our stock and get our low prioes. S. S.BEATY, DEALER IN Carry Full Stock Hay, Grain, Fruit and Lumber. 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 ITS A. OALL1 Corner Bridge & Water Sts. TELEPHONE 40. FIRST NATIONAL BANE Santa Fe, New Mexico. Designated Depositary pf the United States R. J. Palen - - President J. H. Vaughn , - Cashier London, Not. 2. Nearly all the Eng lish newspaper refer seriously to the po litical crisis,, the apparent isolation of Great Britain and the policy pursued by Russia in the far east, as well as the future Bteps Franco may take. People here are gradually becoming keonvinoed that British diplomacy has been ontmaneuvered by Kneeis, and that, in spite of denials, the latter country has obtained important concessions from China and is prepared to stop at nothing to compel the Japanese to evacuate Chinese territory, in accordance' with the terms of the treaty of peace. SITUATION QBAVI IN ABM BNIA. In Armenia, the situation grows more grave in view of the spread of the revo lutionary feeling and the faot that Eng land is' liable to be left alone at any moment to deal with the sultan and the latter will then be very unlikely to carry out reform in Armenia. The St. James Gazette .this afternoon, alluding to danger ahead, esys: "It is suoh as to make us anxious not to lose time in getting our naval and military armaments in as oomplete a state of efficiency as the circumstances will allow." EXCHANGES 07 MESSAGES. It is understood that most important exchanges of messages have been taking plaoe at the foreign oruoe, although the officers there still profess to believe that the danger has been greatly exaggerated. The general opinion, however, is that Europe may be congratulated if war shall be avoided. NEW PHASE 07 VENEZUELA SITUATION. New York. A speoial to the Herald from Barbadoes, W. I., says that the dis pute between Great Britain and Venezuela will now assume quite a new phase. If war is deolared, and it is undoubtedly im minent, It will be upon a basis to which the Monroe doctrine will not apply, and Venezuela will have to face the enemy without the support of the United States. Commander Filbert, of Venezuela, yesterday shot down Thos. Garcia, owner of the British schooner Miosotis, in the most unprovoked manner. The British ensign was run to the mast-head of the vessel, when the coast guard gave ohaee. Nevertheless Commander Filbert opened fire on the vessel. Garcia fell dead, and1 the others only saved their lives by throw ing themselves flat upon the deok. The eoast guard took the schooner into Carupano and here the vessel was ram aged from stem to stern. - As no ooutra band goods were found on board, the ves sel was liberated. JAPAN'S ADKOIT ANNOUNCEMENT. , ,' . Washington. -The precise definition of of the position of Japan respecting Cores has been obtained at last by all the powers oonoerned.f or it is assumed that the follow ing cablegram, handed to Secretary Olney on Thursday by the Japanese minister, has also been sent to the Japanese legation is Enrope: "in regard to onr attitude in Cores, you are authorized to declare to the following effect to the government of the United States: Japanese troops are now station ed in Corea to insure tranquility as well as to protect our legation, consulate and subjects, and also to maintain in dispensable lines of communication with our army, which is still in oooupation of Lia Chung peninsula. The troops in tended for the latter purpose are much larger in number. The necessity for Keeping sucn troops tbere will, however, oease at the same time with the evacua tion of the peninsula, and so much of the troops - will then be withdrawn from Corea. "The Japanese government hopes that in the Corean movement, having already entered upon the work of reform, they may succeed and be able to maintain or der and protect foreigners,, though our troops are withdrawn. The Japanese government, having no other designs, is not desirous of prolonging the mainten ance of troops in Corea. Furthermore, we should be extremely gratified if we were relieved from suoh obligation. In our relations with Cores, the policy of our government is one of non-interfer ence and onr government will gladly share equally with other powers in the same line of action." WANTS HELP 07 TBI UNITED STATES. Washington. Sir Julian Faunoefote, the British ambassador, .had a conference with Secretary Olney " to-day. It lasted half an hour or more. His purpose was to propose, in behalf of the British gov ernment, joint action to a limited extent in Turkey to insure the safety of the citi zens of Great Britain and the Americans resident in that country. It is believed that Beoretary Olney has not given an answer. STERLING BICYCLES. FIVE -Otn J1 Sterling frames never buckle, . Sterlfhff Drooketa auleklv esns-ed. Sterling bearing's run true, Sterling crank oan't work loose, Sterling- rider never change mounts, Sterling forks are strongest. ...... sterling wneeis win tne races. - Sterling agents wanted in every town in New Mexico and Arlsona. . Best of references required. "We carry the stock no wait here." The Sterling ftgenoy U a money-maser. PINNEY & ROD. NOON. Jobbers of Bioyole and Sundries, 1018 V. Second Ave., Phoenix, Aria. Sterling spoke don't break, mi A. J. FISCHER, .. LOCAL AGENT. . Weekly Baak tttateasent. New York, Nov. 2. The weekly bank statement is as follows: ' Reserve, in crease, $904,700; loans, deoreaae, $1,- 601,000; specie, increase, $ 1,067,010; legal tenders, decrease, 88110,100; deposits, de crease, $780,800; circulation, inerease, $402,300. The banks now hold $17,594, 400 in exeess of legal req uirements. THIS HAKUTN. New York, Nov. 2. Money on oaU nom inally at 2 2 per eent; prime mercan tile paper, 4 5jf. Silver, 67; lead, $3.16. Chieago. The eattle, receipts were 700. Msrket to-day for best grades, quiet, unohaneed; beeves, $3.00 $6.20; cows and heifers, $1.20 $8.40; Texas steers, $2.66 $3.86; westerns, $2.90 $4.00; stoekers and feeders, $2.20 $8.88. Sheep reoeipts, 1,600; market, firm. Kansas City. Cattle reoeipts, 4,000; shipmeuts, 4,000; market steady; Texas steers, $2.26 $3.60; Tubs oows, $1.60 $2.80; beef steers, $3.40 $4.90; native eows, $1.26 $8.26; stookers and feeders, $2.40 $8.76; bulls, $2.00 $2.76. Bheep receipts, 2,800; shipments, 1,200; market steady; lambs, $2.76 Q $4.40; muttons, $2.00 & $8.86. Chieago. Wheat, November 68; Ds oember, 68 Corn, November, 28; Deoember, Oats, November, 18; International Hall (Service. Laredo, Texas, Nov. 2. -The United States and Mexican postal authorities met here yesterday and concluded ar rangements whereby a saving of twenty four hours in the: transmission United 8tates and Mexican mails will be effected. This applies to nil points along the border. LIVELY MEXICAN BUDGET. Substantial AM for I'oba- Hlrh PI a-eers-Au Aristocratic Bull Fight A Kellglons Dispute. City of Mexico, Nov. 2. Spanish resi dents here have already raised over $5,. 000 for a campaigned Onba, besides 400 mules, and the Spanish colony in the oity of Fuebla have secured over 100 mules. Fresh arms and ammunition have been sent to Sonora for troops fighting the Yaquis. Qen. Torres is raising volun teers for that campaign. The country is very mountainous, bo even mountain ar tillery is not available. Extensive gold placers have been dis covered by Indians at Juajeoore village, between Guadalajara and Han Bias; large amounts of gold have been brought in for sale by Indians and there is muoh ex citement over the news. Complaint is made that the people of the village near Toluoa have violated the reform laws by ereotmg altars to the Virgin Guadalupe in the market place. The La Tribuna is being ridiculed by the Liberal party press for having sug gested that in order to avoid the alow and peaoefnl conquest of Mexico by Amerioans, Mexico should refuse to have any trade with the United States. That nothing should be exported thither end not even grain or corn should be im ported, even were the Mexican people in peril of starvation. A bull fight is to take plaoe here in a fashionable ring in which young men of the most aristocratic families will per form and no one is allowed to witness the fight exoept on invitation. Catholic and Liberal papers are en gaged in a heated contest over the recent visit of American prelates, one wing fanoying that a . deep plot had been formed among the higher clergy to bring Mexico and the United States into oloser union and this bodes no good to ths in tegrity of the Mexioan republic. The ' violent (jatholio organ, Keino Guadalnpano or Guadalupan Kingdom, professes to be shocked at the participa tion of the American archbishop and bishops in the ooconation of the Virgin Guadalupe which is distinctively a na tional and patriotio symbol. Bishop Flancarte is aooused of tormenting the anti-patriotic movement. SIX NEW GUNBOATS. Secretary Herbert Has Awarded Con tracts for Six Hore Warships. . Washington, Nov. 2. Secretary Her bert has rsnaotei 'bis decision as to ths award of eontraots for the six new gun boats authorized to be built by the last congress. Two boats, twin screw steam ers, go to the Union Iron works, of San Francisco; two single sorew boats to ths Bath Iron works, of Maine; one boat to Lewis Nix on, of the Orescent Ship Building company, Elizabeth, N. J., and one to John Dialogue fc Son, of Camden, N. J. TO-DAY'S CONDENSATIONS. At Washington, Miss Flagler, daughter of Geo. Flagler, whose shooting and kill ing of a negro boy who was stealing fruit, several months ago, created a sensation, was indioted for manslaughter. Gen. John M. Sohofied, formerly in command of the United States army, is in St. Louis. He is the guest of his old war friend, Sir Charles Gibson. A party was gotten up in his honor, composed of Mayor walbridge, rost master uarusie and other prominent men, for a trip to the old homestead of General Grant. Diapatohes from S&rnia, Ont., announce that Augustus MeLeod has broken the world's byoicle reoord for a - mile, and that, too, without beicg paced. His time is given as 1:83 2-6, or just two seconds faster than Johnson's world reo ord. The time is said to have been taken by a number of members of the Cana dian club and to be authentic. MoLeod had a flying start. TO BREAK A DEADLOCK. A Hot Fight on Over the Presidency of ttie A.,T. 8. F.-JelTrey and V. B. Robinson. Chieago, Nov. 2. It is announoed here that Fleming, ohairman of the English oommittee of stockholders, and Mr. Lu den, chairman of the Dutch stockholders, are ooming to this country to assist in breaking the deadlook in ths reorganiza tion of the Santa Fe, It is said both gen tlemen favor Jeffrey, pf the Kio Grande, but as neither will have a vote, ail they can do is to voice their preferences. It is still said that Robinson has a safe ma jority. . ' . . Fastest Ever Hade. Los Angeles, Nov. 2. The California limited, the first train of ths fast winter servioe inaugurated by the Santa Fe, ar rived at 6:06 last svening. The time, two dsys, twenty hours and five minutes, is the fastest ever made between Chioago and Los Angeles by a regular passenger train. LIKE FATHER LIKE SON. In Order to Escape a Flogging An Oklahoma Boy Shoots Ills Father. . Perry, O. K., Nov, 2. Dr. 8. A. Briggs was flogging his 14 year old son, at Ingslls to-day, beosuse ths boy did not An nart.ain shore. Yonnir Brian's nailed a revolver snd shot his father through ths arm and body. ut. nnggs win die. The son was arrested. Close root Ball Uane. Prinoaton, N. J., Nov. 2. In the Prince ton-Harvard foot ball game this afternoon neither had sonred st the end of the first HE MURDERED MISS LAMONT Such is the Conclusion of the Jury That Has Heard the Dnr rant Trial. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report DURRANT DECLARES HE IS INNOCENT Scenes in the Court Room After the Verdict was Rendered Defend ant's Professions of Love for . His Mother and Sister, . Sau Franoisoo, Nov. 2. Theo. Durrant, oonvioted of murder, is the same self po8ses8ed,ijniet, iron-nerved man. He said; "They say that my dear little mother eoreifmed when the verdict was announced. It is like a dream to me. The first thing I remembered was that her arms were around my neok. I oould stand any injustice, any wrong, but for mother and sister. Before God I am in nooent. When the verdict was announced, I wanted to get up and call God to smite me where I stood if my heart and. con science were not as pure as those who were howling with joy that I had been branded a murderer.- But my mother, friends and the chief jailer held me down." Asked if he contemplated suicide, Dur rant said: "I never would think of such a thing. I feel that the man is a coward who would commit suicide. I am hope ful and believe my way will be clear." Attorney Dickinson and Den prey will ask for a new trial, which will probably be denied by Judge Murphy. Then there will be an Appeal to the supreme oourt on the ground that the judge erred in his rulings. Attorney Deuprey said: "It was a newspaper fight and the newspapers won." TUMULT IN OOUBT. The trial has been in progress since July 22. The jnry was out twenty min utes and armed at a verdict on the first ballot. Thero was no recommendation of meroy and punishment was fixed at death. The scene in the court room when the verdict was announced was one of intense ezoitement. Ab the aged foreman, pale and tremb ling, read the ' words, a low rumbling noise like the roar of a mob arose from the rear of the court room. The next moment men were cheering wildly while women wept hvsterioally in their excite ment. The tumult continued for a min ute before anything like quiet could be obtained. District Attorney Barnes asked that a day be set when the sentence of death would be passed upon the prisoner. Judge Murphy named next Friday, upon which day he would also set the day for the trial of Durrant on the charge of murdering Minnie Williams. The case will be appealed to the su preme oonrt and it is expected nearly a year wiil elapse before a decision can be obtained. - t Ban Into an Open Switch. ' Chicago, Nov. 2. The St. Louis flyer of the Chicago & Eastern railroad ran into an opeu switch at Garden, III., sixty-four miles south of Chicago to-day. William House, fireman, jumped and was crushed to death. No passengers were hurt. THE FISTIC CHAMPIONS. row 1 ABSOLUTELY PURE THE HOLMES TRIAL. Prosecution Contends, In Closing, that tne Unlit of the nefendant Haa Been Clearly Proved. Corbett, Fitzsimmons and Managers JHeleased by Arkansas Courts on Condltlou that They Leave the State. ' Philadelphia, Nov. 2. When court opened totday at 10 o'oiook toe rguments in the Holmes case, Mr. Rotan, junior oouusel for the defense, annonnced that his oolleague, Mr. Shoemaker, was suffer ing from complete nervous prostration and was under the care of a doctor. . He oalled this to the attention of the oourt in view of the point of law regard ing the commonwealth's right to make the closing address to the jury when the defense presented no evidence. Mr. Graham ended the qneetion by of fering to waive his right to the last speech and there will be but one address ou eaoh side instead of two by the prose cution. DISTBICT ATTOBNKT CLOSES. District Attorney Graham began his address at 10:56 o'clock. He said: "The commonwealth or Pennsylvania is prosecutor in this case and it asks no victim. If you are satisfied when we are done that this prisoner did not commit this crime, you ninst soqnit him. The commonwealth is bound to prove its case from the initial step down to the last syl lable of evidence. The commonwealth has done so. One by one we have estab lished each link, making the chain oom plete and perfect." The district attorney reviewed the evi dence in detail. The condition of the body and the medical testimony had, he contended, proved that death could not have been produced except by chloro form. NEBVOUBLY SHIFTED IN HIS SEAT. Graham's address, which was confined for the most part to a review of the de tails of the evidence, lasted two hours and a half. Holmes nervonsly shifted in his seat as the thunderous tones of the prosecuting offioer rang out. At the con clusion of his address a recess was taken till 2:30 p. m. Mignlflcant Recommendation. New York, Nov. 2. A speoial to the World from Washington says: Gov Sheakly, of Alaska, in his annual report recommends the establishment of a mili tary post on Yokon, which is regarded as especially significant in view of the action already taken by Canada to the same effect. THE CUBERO GRANT CASE Fresh Honors for Hon. M.G. JfpjnnMs -At Work Before the Su preme Court. "ELEVATOR COMPANIES. : TCot-refliKmdeuco New Mexican, Washington, Oct. 29. The Juan Cha ves (Cubero) private land claim was ar gued yesterday before the United States supreme court when Hon. Matt G. Rey nolds made his maiden speech to the court. He also filed an elaborate printed brief in the case. There seemed to be no opposition. The oourt took the case under advisement. The attorney made some strong points in the case which seemed to strike the oourt favorably. Mr. Reynolds has been appointed special assistant attorney general of the United States to assist the attorney general in tbin class of cases. This is in addition to his appointments as U. S. attorney for the land oourt and assistant U. 3. district attorney. He has made a favorable im pression among members of the scpreme oourt bar and enjoys to the fullest the confidence of the attorney general and his associates in the department of jus tice. Agricultural College Lectures. The New Mexioan hastens to congratu late the faculty of the New Mexico College of Agrioulture and Mechanio Arts at Las Cruces upon its timely action in arrang ing a course of popular leotures for the benefit of the people generally as well as the students of the college. The course is very attractive. It is as follows: President 8. V. McUrea "Alexander li. Stephens." Friday, November 1, 1895." Prof, John P.Owen "itormative Agen cies in American Politics." Friday, No vember 22, 1895. Prof. E. O. Wootou "Soientiuo Ex plorers of New Mexioo." Friday, Decem ber 6, 1895. Prof. C. T. Hagerty "The Moon." Friday, January 2t, 1890. Prof. Arthur Goss "Some Chemical Experiments." Saturday, February 29, 1896. Prof. A.E. Dovisson "Dominent Forces in Our Civilization." Friday, March 27, 1896. Prof. T. D. A. Cookerell "The Darwin ian Theory and Human Progress." Fri day, April 21, 1896. Prof. Horace Ropes "Notable Irriga tion Achievements of the Nineteenth Cen tury." Friday, May 15, 1896. Prof. George Vestal "Agriculture as Compared, wjth .Other Employments." Friday, May 29, 1896. Courts of Illinois Asked to Kestraln j tne .ram naniriuiniors or Chlcaao. Little Rock, Nov. 2. The cane of the state against Fitzsimmons and Julian was continued this morning till 2 p. m. at the request of the attorney general. He said that an agreement bad been reaohed with the prisoners and that the chanoes were that the matter wonld be disposed of in the afternoon without troubling the court. Fitzsimmons and Julian expressed themselves to-day as anxious to aooept either Brady's proposition of yesterday or the Florida Athletic club s proposi tion to fight at El Paso: PROPOSITIONS PENDINO. Julian preferred the Texas battle ground as the $5,000 forfeit offered would pay for lost time in case the fight did not come off. He decided, however, that he would have his $10,000 ready to aooept Brady's proposition to-dsy if possible. The agreement to whioh Attorney Gen eral Kinsworthy alluded in court was that all the court proceedings be dis missed on condition that the pugilists leave the state. Julian said that he be lieved, if the matter was settled that way, all the interested parties would leave Ar kansas as soon as possible. WILL LI AVI ABKANSAS. The eases against Fitzsimmons, Julian, Brady and Corbett were dismissed by the oourt this afternoon on their agreement to leave the state ss soon as they can. All the fighters are included ' and will be given a reasonable time. Gov. Clarke says he has no intention of driving them out but that it wiil be a serious thing if the restraining order is violated. . COBBETT OOINO TO NSW YOBK. ; This disposes of almost the last ohanoe to pull . off the fight. Brady will sgreeto nothing unless Julian's $10,000 isiup and there are no signs of its being put up. Corbett and Brady will, leave for New York soon. - . - : New Blood And life have been given tne by Hood's Sarsspariila, la place of Impurities, dis ordered stomach and catarrh. I regard Hood's Sarsaparilla a most excellent tonlo and heartily com. mend It to all." J. W. Johnson, City Clerk, Oake'dale, Washington. Chicago, Nov. 2. Attornoy General Maloney to-day filed iu the circuit court twelve informations in chancery against i the elevator companies. The bills pray for injunctions, restraining the companies from buying grain and depositing it iu warehouses, restraining them from buy ing inferior grain and mixing it with the better grain they have in store and re straining them from conspiring to oon trol the market. MILLIONAIRE KILLED. One of the Wealthiest Men of Chi- raxo Instantly Killed on a Mall road Crossing. Chioago, Nov. 2. Laurin Hillard.aged 85, one of the oldest residents of Chioago, whose estate is valued at millions, met with instant death to-day. He lived in the suburban town of Longwood and was out for a morning drive attended by a hired man. At a crossing the buggy was struok by a fast passenger train on the Pan handle road. Hilliard was dead when pioked op. The hired man was fatally injured. Men, women and children can always find prize shoes in onr stock, There's nothing gained by wearing inferior foot wear. No one ever saves money by doing so. There isn't enough wear in a poor shoe to make it worth while to wear it. Attempting to make a poor shoe pass for a good one is like trying to make a quar ter pass for a dollar; it can't be done. Onr shoe are up to date in style, hand some in shape and appearance, first olass in quality, and low in prioe. As good a shoev&a ours would cost yon more any where else. Come and see for yourself. 0TTOJ0HNSON&GO Academy o OUR LADY OF LIGHT, COMDUOTBD BV THE SISTERS OF LORETTO, ru, NEW MBXIOO. TBKMsi:-Board and tuition, per month. MO.OO; Tuition of day scholars, to SIS per month, according' to grade. Music Itntrmnoiltnl and vocal, painting In oil and water color, on china, etc., form extra charges. For prospectus or further information, apply to Mother Francisca Lamy, Superior. Hood's pinss:.vitrr,uk December, !?(,. bslf. '