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SANTA FE, N. M.. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1895 NO. 216 VOL.32. Cultivating the voice without a tuneful accompaniment is impossible. Happily both gingers and bearers are delighted with ourcheckmate pianos, need in vocal prac tice. These instruments have the qualities which make them admirably adapted to aooompany the refined and accomplished vocalist. Nothing . could blend more perfeotly than the voice and instrument when one of onr 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 prioe at which we are able to offer them. Onr pianos are generally called wash-boards. MULLER & -DEALERS IN- Siaili li Fi! taints. -AMD FBOPBHTOSS 0- SA.1TT-A. E-S VBK8II UKEAIt, PI AGENTS FOB Boss Patent Flour. Club House Canned Goods. Hesston Creamery Butter. Careful attention given to special orders for cakes and pastry. Campers' supplies packed free of charge. Call and - examine our stock and gee our low prices. S. S. BEATY, DEALER IN GRUCERIES&PHOVISIONS, Hay, Grain, Fruit 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. Carry Full O-IVm TJS A Corner Bridge & Water Sts. TELEPHONE 40. Stock FIRST NATIONAL BANK Santa Fe, New Mexico. Designated Depositary R. J. Palen J. H. Vaughn STERLING A 3001b-Man : Can stand on one spoke of the front wheel of 211b ' Sterling Bioyole. Why are Sterling eposes ao mnoh stronger than others f - . Because the Sterling makers pay abont $2 a hundred more for their spokes than other makers, and get the beat. The Sterling is a high-grade wheel; many j others are called so, while in point of faet very .fsw are. .. Nothing eieept first-grade material enters into the , eonstroetion of the Sterling Bioyeie. t' WE WANT A LIVE AGENT In every town in Arizona, New Mexico and Bonora. A. J. FISCHER, LOCAL AQENT W. H. GOEBEL, Catron Block - Santa Fe. WALKER. BAKE'BY. EH AHlt CAKES. Phone 53 and Lumber. OA.lL.lLiI of the United States President - Cashier BICYCLES. PIN HEY & ROOiriOON. Jobbers of Bicycle and Sundries, 1818 K. Seoond Ave., Phoenix, Aria. , NATIONAL CAPITAL BUDGET Thanksgiving: Proclamation Promul gated by the President of the United States. THURSDAY, NOY. 28, NAHED AS THE DAY Several Retirements and a Number of Promotions in the Navy Capture of a Memphis Embezzler in Honduras Capital Notes. Washington, Not. 4. The president has made the following appointments: James B. Angell, of Michigan; John E. Rnssell, of Massachusetts, and Lyman E. Oooley, of Illinois, commissioners to make inquiry and report npon the feasi bility of a deep water eanal between the great lakes and the Atlantic ocean. He has also appointed Clande N. Ben nett, of Atlanta, Ga., agent to make allot ments to Indians. NTL BUTtnilMMTA AMD PBOM0TI0NS. Lieuts. K" L. Wilson, N. J. Hal pine, Houston "Eldridge and Chief A. M. Magee have been placed on the retired list of the navy. The following promotions in the navy have been made by the president: Com modore 8. O. Selfridee, to be rear ad miral; Commander Francis A. Cooke, to be captain; Lient. Frederiok Singer, to be lieutenant oommander; Ensigns H. P. Jones and W. 0. Hnlme, to be lieutenants; Snrgeon Dwight Dixoo, to be medioal inspeotor; Assistant Engineers A. S. Hal stead and W. B. Day, to be passed assist ant engineers. THANXSOIVINO PBOOtiAKATIOM. President Cleveland to-day issued the following proclamation: "Xhe constant goodness and forbear ance of Almighty God, whioh have been vouchsafed to the American people dur ing the year jnst past, call for their sin cere acknowledgment and devont grati tude. To the end, therefore, that we may with thankful hearts unite in extolling t he loving care of onr Heavenly Father, I, Grover Cleveland, president of the United States, do hereby appoint and set apart, Thursday, the 28th day of the present month of November, as a day of thanks giving and prayer, to be kept and ob served by all our people. "Un that day let as forego onr nsnal occupations and in onr aconstomed places of worship Join in rendering thanks to the Giver of Every Good and Perfect Gift for the bounteous returns with whioh He has rewarded ouriabora in the fields and in the busy marts of trade; for the peace and order tbat have pre vailed throughout the land; for oar pro tection from pestilenoe and dire calamity, and for the other blessings that have been showered upon us from His open band. "And with our thanksgiving let us hum bly beseech the Lord to so inoline the hearts of onr people nnto Him that He will not leave us nor forsake us as a na tion, bat will continue to ns His meroy and protecting care, guiding as in the path of national prosperity ana nappi- nesB, enduing ns with reotitude and vir tue, and keeping alive within us a patri otic love for the free institutions which have been given to us as a national heri tage. And let us also on the day of onr thanksgiving especially remember the poor and needy, and by deeds of charity let us show the sincerity of our grati tude." MEMPHIS EMBEIZLEB CAPTCBED. News has reaohed here of the arrest in Tecugialpa, the capital at Honduras, of A. E. Ward, the Memphis, Tenn,, embez zler. Although this government has no extradition treaty with Honduras, the offioials of that country have offered to surrender the prisoner. CNOLl sam's gold fields. Gen. Dnffield, chief of the Coast and Geodetic Survey, who, with his assistants, has been in the field all summer, is now engsged in working up the data whioh will be embodied in the report of the joint commissioners appointed under the convention of 1892, between Great Brit ain and the United States, for the survey of the territory of the United States and Canada, adjaoent to the boundary line dividing Alaska and Canada. This re port will be made some time in January, 1896. Gen. Dnffield is the commissioner on behalf of the United States, and D. Y. King on behalf of Great Britain. The former gives it as his opinion that all of the gold properties of the Yukon and Forty Blue Creek are within the juris diction of the United States. So far as he has been informed, and the report of the governor of Alaska agrees with his information, all the gold discoveries have been to the west or a line drawn from Cape Barrow to the extreme southern point of Alaska, all of whioh is in United States territory. ; MATIOBAIi CAPITAL MOTES. Attorney General Harmon has gone to Ohio and will make aeveral speeches to day in behalf of tne Democratic state tiokst. ; ;. ,- Minister Terrill has snooeednd in mov ing the Turkish government 'to punish the men who murdered the bicyolist, Lens, in Armenia. He has cabled the stats department that the Kurda and Ar menians, who committed tne murder, are to be tried at Eraeroom. , , Aoeompanied by Secretary Olney, Mr. Kurino, the Japanese mlnistsr and his secretary of legation, oalled upon Presi dent Cleveland and presented an auto graph letter from the emperor of Japan, expressing in graoeful and aincsre terms his appreciation of the good offloes ex ercised by the United States to bring about a restoration of peace between Japan and China, and for the protection accorded to Japaness reaidents in China. London Steele Exchange. . London, Nov. 4. On the stock ex change to-day the tendency waa better and quotations improved, especially for foreigners and best mines. Americans, however, were flat. VENEZUELAN AFFAIRS. A Paris Paper Thinks the British and American fleets are teo ciese Teg-ether fer Safely. Paris, Nov. 4. Ths Figaro to-day, commenting on Veneiuela affairs, says: "The dispute between England and Vene iuela is worth watching on account' of the proximity of the Britiab and Ameri can fleets. Prudence recommends that they should not bs left too long together for the intense hatred oi amerioans to ward the old eonntry is appalling." , Conductor Mrrlonsly Shot. Erie, Pa Nov. 4. Richard Baraett, a Lake Shore oonduotor, was seriously shot last evening by train robbers, who were in ambush. Barnett's train was approach ing the city and he had his head ont of the window. PERILS OF THE ROAD. Cannon Ball Express Jumps the Track Wear Wheeling; Two Per . sons Killed Many Crushed. Wheeling, W. Va., Nov. 4. The Pitts burg & Cincinnati express, commonly known as the "cannon ball," jumped the track on a- bridge over the Wheeling oreek yesterday. The mail oar, smooksr and a Pullman parlor oar went over the bank and were demolished. A woman, believed to be Miranda Hare, of Eittaning, Pa., lamped from the train and was instantly killed. An 8-montha old baby of Lawrence Bartley, of Pitts burg, was killed in its father's lap. Neither father nor mother were hurt. A dozen persons were horribly crushed and mangled. ' Beef Cattle. Denver, Nov. 4. John Clay, jr., a lead ing Chicago live stock commission man, is visiting Colorado. He says, in re sponse to inquiry on the outlook for cat tle: "The outlook is Tor low, not to say low er, prides. The cor i crop this season is enormous. This means of itself oheaper cattle, un the other side of the Atlantic we have to face the competition of the South American cattle trade which is growing in importance. A remarkable feature of the market is the fact that while stook cattle are higher than tbey have been for years, range cattle are low er. The highest price for a week in the latter end of October, four years ago, was $6.26 a hundred; three years ago it was 14.65; two years ago the figures were 6.80; one year ago $8.25, and this year for the corresponding time, $6.35. Muob of the profit of the range men this year oame from the fact that the cattle which were turned oil the ranges were heavier and better than ordinary." MUTILATED BODY FOUND. Young iHrl Oatraged and Murdered la Omaha Three Y'onng Hen In Custody Charged with the Crime. Omaha, Vov. 14. -Ida Gaskins1 mutilat ed body was found in a small out-building, in the rear of 1807 Howard street, in the business district of Omaha, at 2 o'clock this morning. She had been out raged and murdered. Within an hoar George Morgan, Ed Hanford and Henry Booker, three young men, were in cus tody, oharged with the crime. Ida Gas kins was 11 years old and the daughter of a poor widow. ' TO-DAY'S CONDENSATIONS. The discovery has bsen made that Chi oago merohants have a oorner on woolen piaid goods and green velvets, the com binations whioh have become the rage for women's wear reoently. - It' is acid that New York and other merohants in the east have already been foroed to go there to get these goods, and that they have been compelled to pay retail prices for them. The treasurer of the Cotton States and International exposition has deposited with the trustees for the bond-holders 26 per cent of the face value of the bonds, and the trustees have given the two weeks' notioe required before payment can be made. The first 25 per cent will be paid on November 11. In to-morrow's eleotioos results are very unoertain in Ohio, Iowa and New York. Democrats expeot to carry Mary land, Kentucky, New Jersey and Utah. Populists are strong in Colorado and may wiu. In Omaha all olases have united against the A. P. A. "COIN'S UNKNOWN." ' Amos McClaln, of Wichita, Proposes to Produce Harvey's Book In Dialogue. , Wiohita, Eas., Nov. 4. Amos McOlain, a Wiohita yonth, is the unknown who pro poses to present "Coin's Financial Sohool" in dialogue in Chicago and throughout the country under the man agement of the National Bimetallic union. He himself conceived thesoheme over two months ago and he will represent "Coin." It met with the immediate approval of the National Bimetallio union, to whioh it was reoommended by Harvey himself. When Harvey was in Wiohita, Ootober 2, he ooaohed the yonth on the part and gave him valuable suggestions as to the nrrangementa of the ohart for the exposi tion of the pictures. ' xne new "uoiu" is- apuut 10 years oi age, but when dressed in his boyish uni form does not look a day over 14. He will wear the knee pants, apike tail coat and high hat made familiar by the pic tures of "Coin," of which he forms a per fect counterpart. MoClain has associated with himself in the enterprise Irwin Taft, a young friend, who will represent the gold bug interlo cutor. The boys have been under the in struction of Dr. G. W. Hoss, of the West ern School of Oratory, who has perfected them in their respective parts. They will m . 1 1 rl ' II 1 . . . 1 . n give their first entertainment soon before the Sedgwick County Silver league. After their appearance betore tne National Bimetallio union at Chicago, November 18, they will make a tour of the southern and western states. FANATISM IN MEXICO. Tea Persons Barned as Heretics In a Tewn Inhabited by Indians and Half-breeds. New York, Nov. 4. A special to the World from Hlaohooa, Mexieo, says: News oomes from Texaoapa, a small town inhabited by Indians and half- breeds, that ten persons were burned there yesterday as heretios by order of the auxiliary town judge. Twenty-one arrests have bsen made, although a fanatical mob threatened death to the authorities. The prisoners, ohained together, were marched to Mol lange, where a judicial investigation will take piaoe. The whole population of Texaeapa ap pears to have gone mad. They believe that the Judge was commissioned by' the Almighty to destroy evil doers. A BRILLIANT LIGHT POT OUT Eugene Field, Gifted Poet, Story Writer and Jonrnalist, Abruptly Claimed by Death. OCCURRED IN CHICAGO THIS HORNING Sketch of One of the Brightest Men Connected with Journalism Since the Death of George D. Prentice. Chicago, Nov. 4. Eugene Field, poet and journalist, died of heart failure about 6 o'clook this morning. He retired last night in his usual health and apparently slept sonnd till day break, when his son, who occupied a room with him, heard him groan, and, putting out his hand, found that death had already taken plaoe. Mr. Field leaves a widow and five children. He had been indisposed for several days, but no eerions results were even thought of by the family ' id immediate friends. Geo. H. Yenowiue and1 Mr.. Field in tended to start together to-day for Kan sas City, where Mr. Field was to read to night. SKETCH OV THE LAMENTED WBITEB. Mr. Field was born in St. Louis, on Sept. 2, 1850, and was the son of Roswell Martin and France-Reed Field. His father was Dred Scott's first attorney in the case which resulted in the famous. Dred Scott decision by the United States supreme court. Eugene Field's mother died in 1857. ne was raised' by his cousin, Miss Mary Field French, at Amherst, Mass. After finishing his education he adopted the profession of a newspaper writer, begin ning with the et. boms journal in 1872. He was subsequently oonnected with the St. Joseph, Mo., Gazette, St. Louis Times-Journal, Kansas City Times and Denver Tribune. He oame to Chioago in 1883 to acoept a position on the editorial staff of the Chioago Morning News, now Reoord, and his connection with that paper continued without interruption until his death. In addition to newspaper work, Mr. Field found time to perform muoh extra labor in the literary field and established a reputation as a powerful and clever writer of stories and verse. His last poem of pretention was "Dream Ships," printed in the October Ladies' Home Journal. He waa especial ly an adept in poems and in stories of child life and his printed books number half a dozen volumes. He also made himself famous as a reader of his own stories and verses. (f am f.nvai-1 ainAA tnkinir TTnrwl'a' Star- saparilla," is what many thousands are saying. It gives renewed vitality and vigor. CONTEMPT OF COURT. Editor J. K. Faulds Vailed Before the Supreme court of Montana. " Heleoa, Mont., Nov. 4. A warrant has been issued by the supreme oonrt, charg ing J. R. Faulds, proprietor of Stevens ville, Ravalli county, Tribunal, with con tempt. Some weeks ago the governor pardoned the three Whaley brothers, who bad been sentenced to the penitentiary on a charge of grand larceny. When the judge of the third judicial district refused the defendants a new trial, they appealed to the supreme oourt. Ou technical points the court could not grant a new trial, and on the ground of illegal conviction, reo ommended tbat a pardon be sought for. The plea made to the board of pardons revealed the face mac one oi tne orotners wbb not guilty, and the board recom mended that the governor grant the par dons. This he did. Faulds took excep tions to the proceedings and in a reoent issue of his paper he expressed his in dividual opinion of the supreme oourt in nnoomplimentarv terms. Out of this grew the charges of contempt. Faulds will be brought to ueiena tor neanng. Boat and Cargo Lout. Memphis, Nov. 4. The steamer, Joe Peters, plying between this city and Vioks- burg, sank at 12 o'clock last night at Is land No. 63, 120 miles below this city. The cause of the aooident ia not known. No lives were lost. Capt. A. L. Cum- mings telegraphs that both boat and cargo are a total loss. Financially Embarrassed. Little Rook, Nov. 4. The Fitzsimmons party will remain here until Tuesday, giv ing an exhibition to-night. All talk of propositions for a fight elsewhere be tween Corbett and Fitzsimmons is idle. Julian frankly acknowledged to-.day that he had no money and there was no pros- preot of a fight anywhere. Common talk here now Is that the whole party is financially embarrassed and the prooeeds of the exhibition will be nsoessary to meet current expenses and let them out of town. Tired Women Find in ths blood purifying, building-up qualities of Hood's Sanaparilla just what they neea. airs. Isa Griggs of En ilia, Texas, gives her experience be low: "I suffered almost death with local troubles, which developed into a very serious affection and mads a surgical opera' tlon necessary. 1 was completely broken down, had numerous boils, and when I commenced taking Hood's Sana' pay ilia I weighed only 112 pounds. Now I Weigh over 125 pounds and am in better health than for the past fifteen years. Formerly I wu covered with eruptions; now my skin is clear. I can truly say Hood'o Caroaparilla fcas no equal tor poor run-down women Every one remarks abont how wall 1 asi looking." Mas. ISA unroas. Hood's Pills &CrM Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Absolutely pure HOLMES WAS CONVICTED. The Noted Insurance Swindler Found Uullty ofHurner in me irst i. a-ree at Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Nov. 4. Henry H. Holmes was convicted of murder in the first degree for the killing of Benjamin F. Peitzel. He coughed slightly when he heard the words. That was tne oniy sign. j.ne jury was out but a few minutes. Imme diately after the verdiot the usual appli cation for leave to file a motion for a new trial was made. Judge Arnold fixed the 18th of this month for the hearing. The principal reason urged will be lack of time for preparation, for the defense. Should a new trial be refused,' an appeal will be taken to the supreme oourt. THE aiAKKETM. New York, Nov. 4. Money on oall nom inally at 2 per cent; prime mercan tile paper, 4 10 6. Oliver, 0174 ; lead, 3.15. Chicago. Cattle, receipts, d.im; best grades, steady; others 5 10c lower; beeves, $3.00 $5.15; cows ana neiters, $1.20 $3.35; Texane, $2.65 $3.35; westerns, $2.85 $4.00; stockers and feeders, $2.20 $8.80. Sheep receipts, 17,000; good, steady; others, 5 10c lower. Kansas City. Cattle receipts, 7,300; shipments, 2,000; best grades, steady; others, weak and lOo lower; Texas steers, $2.20 $3.40; Texas oows, $1.50 $2.40; beef steers, $3.30 3 $4.U; native oows, $1.15 $3.30; stookers and feeders, $2.25 $3.80; bulls, $1.75 $2.80. Sheep re- otipts, 7,500; shipments, 2,600; market eteady to 10c lower; lambs, $2.75 $4 40; muttons, $2.50 W $3.30. Chioago. Wheat, November 68; De cember, 58, asked. Corn, November, 28 29, hid; December, 27. Uats, November, 18; December, 18 18, asked. ABOUT HIS DUKELETS. Ilarlborouah Bushes Back to New York, to Behearse His Prospective Marriage to Consnelo's Cash. New York, Nov. 4. The Duke of Marl borough cut his visit short in Washing ton and was back in tovrn to-day. Several important considerations hastened his return from the capital, one of which was the rehearsal of the wed ding, set down for some time this after noon. It is also rumored that the future duchess is suffering from a slight indis position. When Miss Consnelo and her mother go out for a drive, deteotives follow their oarriage, while two brawny policemen mount guard on the sidewalk to keep the crowd of cariosity seekers at a distance. Captured a Bulgarian Count 1 Paris, Nov. 4.-1-The civil marriage of Count da Foras, bod of the grand mar shal of Bulgarian court, and Maria, daughter of General Merideth Read, first U. S. Consul general for Franoe, formerly U. S. minister to Greece, took place here to-day. A., T. Sl 8. F. Presidency. ' Chicago, Nov. 4. In all probability Receiver Felton of the Queen &. Crescent line will be chosen president of the Santa Fe by the reorganization committee. A test vote in that body gave Felton more votea than were cast for either deffery or Robinson, and it is believed both of these gentlemen will eventually be side-traoked in favor of Felton, who appears to be the onlv available compromise candidate. Some of Robinson's friends deolare they ill stick to him to the end. Jeffery s friends are equally obstinate, and here is where Felton gets his strength. Four Ben Killed. New York. Nov. 4. In the fire, which destroyed the tailor sweat shops of Weil & Meyer, on Pelham street, Jacob Shap- Academy ot OUR LADY OF LIGHT, COSDUCTBD BY THE SISTERS OF LORETTO, santta arm, israw mbxioo. TKBM8:- Board and tuition, per month. M.flO; Tuition of day scliolnr, to SS per month, according to grade. Music, Instrumental and vocal, painting In oil and water colors, on china, etc., form extra charges. For prospectus or f urthvr information, apply to tro, Isaao Penson, an unknown man and Morris Dirshauer were killed. The dam age is $75,000. Striking Switchmen. St. Cloud, Minn., Nov. 4. The night crew of the Great Northern switchmen quit at midnight last night. This is the only evidence so far of a strike. The company has armed guards protecting the bridge over the Mississippi river. The A. R. U. officers say that the strike will not be declared effective until to-night. Burllnston Boute.,. The summer has come a:- gone; the beautiful autumn is again witir ns; the great Burlington oontinues to come nnd go every day in the year, and will con tinue to ran the best equipped trains from Denver to Chicago, it. Louis, Peoria, Qaincy, Kansas City, St. Joe, Omaha, Lincoln and intermediate points, without change of cars. The Burlington has long been the es tablished favorite route of the traveling pnblio, and will continue to be the leader in everything pertaining to the safety and comfort of its patrons. Through veBtibuled trains leaves Denver at 11:00 a. m. and 9:50 p. m. and carry the finest Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars, Famous C. B. & Q. Dining Cars (meals a la carte), Reolining Chair Cars and splendid day coaches.- Notwithstanding the many ad vantages offered by this line, onr rates are as low as via nDy other. All ticket agents will consider it a pleasure to give full particulars, ticket you, check your baggage to any point in the United States or Canada. Remember your local agent can make you as good rates as can be ob t'.ined in Denver, but should yon desire any special information, kindly write G. W. Vallery, General Agent, 1039 17th street, Denver, Colo. ItTJElW HAMMOND TYPEWRITER FOB SALE kX NEW MEXICAN OFFICE. Men, women and ohildren can always find prize shoes in our stook. 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. Our shoe are up to date in style, hand some in shape and appearance, first class in quality, and low in price. As good a shoe aa ours would cost you more any where else. Come and see for yourself. .11 - tut" n' QTT0J0HMS0N&G0 f. r Mother Francta LamyK Superior.