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FE BAHi NEW MEXICAN: VOL.32. SANTA FE, N. M.. Fill DAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1895 NO. 220 We carry a full line of hardware, and every artioln we show is worth oarrying, too, and worth baying for the same rea son. When you want hardware, yon want hardware, first-class ware that has wear in it, beoause it is Rood metal. Anything else can't be low priced enough to be worth buying. Wear is the test of ware, and judged by this test our ware can't be beat anywhere. We know what our goods are. Bo do our custom ers. Buy where you know what yon are getting, and you are sure of getting what you ask and pay for, first-class goods at moderate prices. W. H. GOEBEL, Catron Block Santa Fe. 7 x-j CHAS. WAGNER, DEALER IN FURNITURE QUEEISWARE I have a full line of Picture Frame TT A'DTiUTA W erything in tke household line. I will furnish and Mouldings and in fact everything you from the parlor to the kitchen on easy payments. I carry the largest stock in the city. I repair all kinds of furniture. FANCY HiVILAND Cii TINWARE AND STOVES. In this line I have just received a large invoice for you to se , ,lot from. See for yourself. - Cut Glass "Ware, Cooking Ranges and all the latest novelties m. household furnishings. Prices Cut 50 Per Cent. MULLER & WALKER. -SEALERS IN- -ASD PB0PEIETOBS 0- S-A-ZLTT-A. iFB BAKBBY. VHE8H IIBKAI), F1E8 Atilt 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 gee our low prices. S. S. BEATY, SEALER IN GROCERIES&PROVISIONS Carry IS Full Stock Hay; Grain, Fruit anil Lumber. G-reat Bend Pat Imperial Flour. The Elgin Creamery Buttei . Fresh Ranch Eggs. - ' Monarch Canned G-pods. Teas, Coffees & Spices first quality Colorado New Potatoes. Fresh Poultry & Oysters received every Friday. x ' v GIVE TJS A. OA-ZjUiI- Corner Bridge & Water Stse TELEPHONE 40. TURKEY'S TROUBLOUS TIMES It is Rumored That Decisive Action By the Powers is Imminent. ABDICATION OF THE SULTAN DEMANDED Reported That An Order for Exter mination of Armenians Ha3 Been Issued An Appeal for Help Finances. Joale Manaiield IMvorced. New York, Not, 8. The Herald Bays that i osie Mansfield, about whom James Fisk, jr., and Stokes quarreled, the latter killing the former, has obtained a divorce in France from Cobert L. Reade, who married her In 189J. DIGGING FOR BODIES. Work of Exploring the Kuiii of De troit Jouraal Handing continue Two More Bodies Kecovered--Mevernl Mill .11 Inning. London, Nov. 8. Constantinople cor respondent of the Standard say a: It rumored that decisive Enropean action is imminent. A great demonstration was annoanoed for to-day, but thb saltan rearing the oonseqoenoe, notified the Tnrkiah newspapers of his intention to proclaim a constitution, whereupon the demonstration was countermanded. The Saltan then ordered the. papers not to publish the announcement and arrests be' gan to be made. ' The police raided the Turkish quarter of Sedik Pasha. A fight ensued and several persons were killed. A fresh orop of revolutionary placards were scattered broadcast yesterday, even at the porks' house. A letter was found giving the sultan the alternative of abdi cation or assassination, neports are reaching the embassies from all direc tions of wholesale massacres and the victims now inolude Greoks and Maron- itea. Kb ports are gaming ground even in diplomatic circles that the sultan has or dered the extermination of the Armenian race. The excitement is spreading to Syria, Bagdad and Mosul. - A dispatch to the Daily News fully con firms the foregoing and adds that the British oonsul telegraphs from Sassonn that the distribution of relief has ceased there and missionaries have been obliged to leave. The embassies do not make a seoret of the faot. AN APPEAL TO THE P0WEB8. Paris. At a meeting yesterday of dele gates reprssenting Armenian colonies in various parts of Europe, it was resolved to address an appeal to the bix powers which signed the Berlin treaty, urging immediate intervention to stop the mothodical extermination of Armenians which is being carried ont by the Otto man government. FINANCES IN BAD FIX. New York. The Evening Post's Lon don oable says: The saltan of Turkey has issued a decree authorizing the Im perial Ottoman bank to defer payment of its notes and deposits for a month, The bank, however, has declined assist ance and is meeting its engagements. It is asserted that over 1,000,000 in gold is on the way from London, Paris and Vienna. THB J1ABKKTH. New York, Nov. 8. Money on call nom inally at 2 per cent; prime mercan tile paper, 4 6. Silver, 67; lead, 8.20. - ... Ohioaeo. Cattle, reoeipts, 4.000, in cluding 600 Texans and 1,000 westerns; market steady to a shade higher; beeves, $8.00 f 1.95; oowe and heifers, $1.25 $8.45; Texas steers, $2.60 $3.30; west erns, $2.75 $3.95; stookers and feeders, $2.20 $3.70. Sheep, receipts, 7,000; market steady. Kansas City. Cattle reoeipts, 5,000; shipments, 800; market steady to strong; Texas steers, $2.25 $3.40; Texas oows, $1.75 $2.40; beef steers, $8.20 $4.90; native oows, $1.80 $8.25; stookers and feeders, $2.50 $4.00; bulls, $2.00 $2.75. Sheep reetipts, 800; shipments, 500; market steady; lambs, $3.00 $4.00; muttons, $2.00 $3.25. Chicago. Wheat, November, 57a; De cember, 68$. Corn, November, 29; December, 26. Oats, November, 18; May, 20 KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE. Official Retarns Show that the Ues- eral Assembly la a Tie mark, burn's Chances) nixed Brad ley' Majority. Louisville, Nov. 8. The Evening Post says that the general assembly will be a tie and the eleotion of a successor to Senator Blackburn is a matter of con jecture. The Demoorats have Bixty-eight votes, and with oie Demooiatio-ropunsi vote, sixty-nine; and the Republicans have sixty-eight votes, and with one Re publican-Alliance vote, sixty-nine. Ofnoial returns give Bradley, Kepuon- oan, 15,000 plurality for governor. Kurraat's Sentence Postponed. San Franoisoo. Nov. 8. The sentence of Theodore Dar rant has been postponed for two weeks.'. AFTER TOM CARTER. Harrison Men Cone Oat Against Sil ver aad Demand the Chair man's Keatoval. New York, Nov. 7. The Sun's Indian apolis speeial tays: It is highly prob able as a result of the conference of local Republicans : with 'ex-Attorney General Miohener that the friends of General Har rison will move early for the displace ment of Chairman Carter of the national Reoublioan committee and the substitu tion, if not an out-and-out Harrison man, at least of one who will be in accord with the majority sentiment of the party in the matter of flnanoial legislation. It were reported hero that the sub jeot was dlacossea rriaay nigni, ana ar, Miohner assured the other men present that a largo majority of the members of the oommittee was not in aoeord with Chairman Carter in his views on the sil ver question. Carter is known to be op. nosed to Harrison on this ground, and is quoted as saying that Harrison oould not be elected. The friends of the ex-president feel that the oommittee oan be re organized, and in such a reoogmzatlon that Harrison oould more than likely con trol the eleotion of a chairman. v Local Republicans are anxious that a change in the chairmanship should follow, HUU i. IB - - ....... v friends on the oommittee were notified that Mr. Carter is not aeoeptable to the ex-president or the party, which is in favor of sonnd money and whose conven tion will, In all probability, declare to favor of maintaining the present attitude of the government toward the coinage of gold and silver. No one has been sug gested tor the place, but it i" said the candidates will eoms from the east. Detroit, Nov. 8. The walls adjoining the wreaked portion of the Journal build ing have been braoed and the digging in the ruins is progressing rapidly. Two bodies were taken out this morn ing, being those of Lizzie Weidbuoh and Chas. Lind, employed in the bindery. Several persons are still missing. - A mass meeting has been called for to morrow night to take steps for the re lief of the families of the dead. Proseouting Attotpev Frazier has or dered the arres. of 'Engineer Thpmpson, of the wrecked building. . Arapahoe County Hepatillcan. Denver, Nov. 8. 'the Republican ticket of Arapahoe county," was elected except assessor and treasurer and possibly coun ty clerk. Ball for treasurer will have about 1,000 plurality; Ames, the tax-pay ers' assessor, about a,ww, Hindel, tax-payers, and LeBert, Republican, for oounty clerk, are so close the official count will be necessary to decide. The Republican pluralities on the balance of the ticket range from 500 to 5,000, Steele for county jodge reaching the latter figure. THE NOBLE OLD ROMAN. CHICAGO DAY AT ATLANTA Magnificent Excursion will Leave the Great Metropolis for Atlanta Ex position this Evening. FIVE TRAINS OF TEN CARS EACH Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report Gov. Altgeld and Staff and Other Notables, Besides 900 Militia men, Are Included in the Party. Kx-Menator Thurman Probably Hying from the Effects of An Ac cidental Vail. Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 7. On Friday evening, Allen G. Thurman had a fall which resulted in serious injury to his hip. No boneB were broken, and, his constitution being wonderfully strong, it was believed that he would soon regain his accustomed health. The effect of the nervous shock ap peared to pass away and Tuesday and Wednesday he improved so moon that his physicians and friends thought he would undoubtedly get up again in a short time. Yesterday, however, a severe relapse oceurred, and there is to-day bat little hope that he will recover. His vigorous constitution may yet pull him through, but the chances are against him. This in formation is from members of his family. Judge Thurman was alone in his parlor when he fell He thought he was strong enough to walk to the library and back to bis chair, in returning to the chair he fell. Death of a New York Merchant. New York, Nov. 8. Samuel Lord, senior, member of the dry goods firm of Lord A Taylor, died yesterday in , the sanitarinm, at Goshen, N. Y., where he has been staying for a few months. He had been an invalid for a number of years. CUBAN INSURGENTS. senator Lodge Has BeenNtudylns; the Situation at Madrid-Decidedly Pointed Order lien. Campos Urges Spain to Act. New York, Nov. 8. World's Paris oor respondent oables copies of a dispatch from Gen. Campos to the Spanish minis ter of war in whioh he urges the granting of autonomy to Cuba and predicts that the United States will espouse the Cuban oaose soon if the war is not ended. The minister's reply is as follows: "The question of autonomy is being considered, but we fear the Cubans will not accept it." BENATOB ItODOX HAS VISITED MADBID. Paris, Nov. 8. TJ. S. Benator Henry Cabot Lodge, of Massachusetts, has re turned to this city from Madrid. Owing to his expressed views that the American congress should take a definite stand in behalf of the Cuban insurgents, it was rumored that he was pursuing an inquiry whether a proposition to purchase Cuba by the United Statas would be entertained by the Spanish government. To a representative of the Associated Press to-day Senator Lodge said that at the Spanish capital he met many men prominent in publio life, inoluding Senor Canovas de Castillo, the Spanish premier, but he did not broach the subject uf the purchase of Cnba. The senator added tnat ne visited Mad rid simply as a tourist. At the same time it is understood that he studied theCuban question from a Spanish standpoint, and in so doing gathered muoh information which may be of Use to Dim wben tne matter comes up before the senate. DECIDEDLY rOlMTED OBDEB. Havana. Rofoff, the insurgent leader operating in the provinoe of Santa Clara, has issued an order to the peasants to re move at least three miles from the towns and forts of Santa Clara under penalty. of being shot. FREIGHT TRAIN WRECKED. Valuable Baee Horses Escaped, BntJ the Man with Thei Killed. Cincinnati, Nov. 8. A freight train on the Kentucky Central division of the Louisville & .Nashville railway was wrecked to-day by an open switch at Morning View, seventeen milea from Cincinnati. William Headson, who was in a box ear with Eugene Leigh'a valu able yearlings, .was killed. The race horses were not seriously hurt, friendless Children's Home Barned. Cleveland, Nov. 8. The Speed Home for Friendless Children was destroyed by fire to-day. The Inmates all escaped Since Inst Saturday night eight attempts have been made to burn the building. The Deadly as Jet. New York, Nov. 8. A man, known only as "Mr. Bausoh," and wife, were found dead in bed this morning. The gas jet was turned on fall. The couple last even ing called on Mrs. "Hicks, a friend, who gave them lodgings. Chicago, Nov. 8. The excursion to the Atlanta exposition, organized by the Southern States association, will leave this city this afternoon at 5 p'clook in five trains of ten cars each. There will be nearly 1,500 people on these trains, including the governor and staff, Mayor Swift and party, and Senator Cullom. ' The first Tegiment M the Illinois na tional guard, nearly -90C strong, CoL Henry L. Turner commanding, whioh en deared itself to southerners by taking a prominent part in the ceremonies at the dedication of the confederate monument in this city last spring, will form a part of the excursion. This is the most notable exoorsion which has gone into the southern states Uiven op bh liost. Saulte Ste Marie, Midi., Nov. 8. There are no tidings from the missing steamer Missoula, now seven days overdue. The boat and crew of sixteen men have been given up as lost. She is owned by Captain Thomas Wilson, of Cleveland, and is valued at $30,000. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. B&Ltfn AD60LUTEI.Y PURE NEW MEXICO NEWS. Extension of Foreign Markets for American Products-Important Amendment to Civil Ser vice Kulcs. Washington, Nov. 8. Secretary Mor ton in his annual report, it is said, will dwell at length upon the question of the extension foreign markets for American products. He will probably suggest the importance of oatering to foreign de mands, pointing out that in no particular product is this country free from com petition. EXTENDING CIVIL BEEYICE BULKS. The president to-day approved an amendment te the oivii service rules, which will result in bringing many post masters and their employes within the classified servioe. The addition is as fol lows: "Whenever, by order of the postmaster general, any postotHee becomes consoli dated with and made a part of any post office, where the free delivery is estab lished, all employes of the offioe thus consolidated whose names appear on the roll of said offioe, approved by the post- offioe department, and inoluding the post master thereof, shall, from the date of said order, be employes of said free de livery office, and the person holding, on the date of said order, the position of postmaster at the office, thus consolidated with said free delivery offioe, may be as signed to any position therein, and given any appropriate designation under the classification act, which the postmaster general may direct." It is intended by the postoffice depart ment to consolidate many offices through out the country. SEC. MORTON ELATED. Professing to Speak for the President, Farmer Morton Expresses Grati fication at Hesnlt of Elections. Chioago, Nov. 8. A Daily News Wash ington special says: There is muoh com ment among offioe holders to-day on an interview with Secretary Morton, printed in seeral morning newspapers. The interview was prepared by the sec retary and given to the press last night. Its surprising feature is that he assumes to speak for the president and shows lively satisfaction at the Democratic de feat in several states. Once before the president has seen fit publicly to diaolaim any responsibility for the utterances of Secretary Morton and office holders are predicting that he may call the secretary of agriculture to a sharp acoount for the frequency of his interviews. Legal Notice. Distriot court, Santa Fe county. Daniel Carter No. 8535. va. 1 Ananmnsit C.G. Story and fby Atlach- James M. Allan, j ment. To C. G. Story and James M. Allan, de fendants above named: You and each of you are hereby noti fied that Daniel Carter, the above Darned plaintiff, has brought the above entitled suit against yon in which he seeks to re oover the sum pf threeibandred and seventy-eight and 20-100 dollars against you together with' interest from December IS, 1894, and costs for work, labor and services rendered to you as custodian and watohman of your property in Glorieta, in said county of Santa Fe, territory of New Mexico; that your said property has been attaohed in said suit; and that unless yon appear at the next regular term of said oourt, appoiLted to be held on the second Monday of December, 1895, being Mon day, December 9, 1895, judgment will be rendered against you and eaoh of you in said suit and yonr said property sold to satisfy the same. Dated Santa Fe, N. M., October 25, 1895. Geo. L. Wyllys, Geo. W. Knaebel, Clerk. Attorney for Plaintiff, Offioe and Post- offloe address, Santa Fe, N. M. De Witt's Sarsaparilla is prepared for oleansing the blood. It builds upard strengthens constitutions impaired by disease. Newton's drag store. A good recommendation for Simmons Liver Regulator is, that it is purely vege table and strongly tonic Then, too, it is Better than Pill, because easier to take in liquid or powder and with no griping, while the relief from Constipation, Bil iousness, Siek Headache and Dyspepsia is quiok and snre. "I find Simmons Liver Regulator a very safe and valuable fam ily medicine."-Rev. J. M. Rollins, Fair field, Va. Chioken raising is becoming quite item in the business of Colfax county. The Las Vegas Optic entered upon its seventeenth volume Monday as a daily. The Denver News very correctly says that if New Mexico were a Btate the recent abandonment of military posts had not taken place. The Dunn Tie limber company is said to have secured a contract for 100,000 ties for the A., T. A S. F. and one for 50,000 sprnoe ties, foir the Mexican Central. t. ,.:-J The cattle industry in Colfax county is assuming old time proportions, with this difference, the range is now being utilized as one vast pasture, largely under fence, to condition steers for market. The reoeipts of the Raton postoftioe for the mouth of October, 1895, were $050.79. The business or this ontoe is eteadily and continually growing. Last Saturday morning, Mrs. Manuel Chavez died after a brief illness at Ra ton. The funeral services were held Sun day afternoon by Rev. Thos. Harwood, assisted by Rev. Juan Sandoval, in Buena Tisita. A party of hunters wont up the river a few days ago under the guidance of J. VV. Johnson and had good sport. Quail are in abundance and duck are showing up daily in greater numbers. Rinoon Week ly. Eaoh Tuesday morning in the high school, fifteen minutes are devoted to a brief review of current news. Among the subjects noticed this week were the recent earthquakes and the Monroe doc trine as applied to England's position in Venezuela and AlaBka. Raton Range. The A., T. & 8. F. is handling, on an average, 850 oars of coke monthly, pro duct of the El Moro, Sopris and Stark vine coke ovens. This is shipped to El Paso, Texas, and points in Arizona, for smelters and other plants, which have been heretofore supplied from ovens in Alabama, the Southern Paoifio doing the freighting. T. C. Shoemaker, of Dorsey, was at the Kansas City stock yards, Saturday. He remarked that the cattle range in New Mexioo is better now than for twenty years; grass abundant and water good. He has 2,500 cattle on his ranch, and was in the market for more. He says all ranchmen in his section are stooking op again. J. M. Bailhaohe, who once upon a time, within the memory of men now living, had to do with a daily papr in Santa Fe and Albuquerque, this territory, subse quently engaging in the then money making real estate business in Rap Diepo, Cel., has transferred his headquaiLtid to San Francisco, in the golden common wealth. The San Franoisoo Examiner haR ap plied to the East Las Vegas postmaster to seoure the present address of M. H. Shepard, as they wish to put a stop to his , swindling the people, as he is collecting ( moneys in the Examiner s name. So it appears that Mr. Shepard played his lit tle game elsewhere, as well as in Las Vegas. TO-DAY'S CONDENSATIONS. The Polish residents of Cleveland, Ohio, are raising a company of 300 reoruita to join the Cuban army. At Richmond, Va., John R. Gentry was ignominionsly beaten by Joe Patohen yesterday. Patchen won two heats easily in 2:15)4 an j Gentry was distanced in the second heat and withdrawn. Secretary Carlisle refuses to talk on the Kentucky eleotion, bnt his private secre tary says Hardin and Blaokburn owe their defeat to the adfT,cs of free coiu "ge. At Louisville, Ky., yesterday, John Johnson made a trial agaiost the stand ing start, paced, one mile world's bicycle record, held by Otto Zeigler, and though he rode over one third of the mile an paced he tied the record, 1.50 2-5. Not satisfied he tried again within twenty minutes ami lowered the reoord to 1:50 15. The Lexington Daily Leader, Ken tucky's Republioan organ, ia out for Mc- Kinlev and Bradley for ths Republican presidential tioket next year. It says: "McKinley is the embodiment of the protective tariff principle and Bradley's eleotion is a triumph for sound money." Heduced Itntea to California. $56.90 via the "Santa Fe Route" to Los Angeles and San Diego, $66.90 to San Francisco and return; tickets good for return passage six months from date of sale, allowing stop-overs at any interme diate points, t or particulars call on or address agentB of the Santa Fe Route. i. B. IUIZ, Agent, Santa Fe, N. M. Geo. T. Nicholson, G. P. A., Chioago, 111. LAT-OPENING BLANK BOOKS Being satisfied that if you have once used a flat-opening book, you will al ways use them, and in order to got you to try one the New Mexican Printing Co. of Santa Fe, will sell you HAND-MADE BLANK BOOKS, bound in full leather, with patent FLAT-OPENING STUBS, with your name and the number, or letter, of the book on the back in gilt letters, at the following low prices: S Or. (401) nases) Cash Dook - t5.SU 6 Or. (4HO ) Journal - - tt.OO 7 r. (SAO " ) Ledger - 7.0V They are made with pages 10x16 inches, of a good ledger paper with round cornered covers. The books are made in our bindery and we guar antee every one of them. Pure blood means good health. Da Witt's Sarsaparilla purifies the blood, cures eruptions, eczema, scrofula and all disease-arising from impure blood. New ton's drng store. Kew Fast California Train. On October 29 the Santa Fe Route will inaugurate new and strictly limited first class service to Southern California. TheCalifornia Limited willleave Chioago at 6,00 p. m. daily, reaching Los Angeles in three days and San Franoisoo in three 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 oar and dining car, through to Los Angeles without change. This will be the fastest and most lux urious service via any line to California. Another daily train will oary tnrougn palace sleeper and tourist sleeper to San Francisco and tourist sleeper to Los Angeles, as at present. For fall particulars inquire ot local agent Atchison, Topeka A Santa Fe R. R. Men, women and children can always find prize shoes in our 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 H. 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. Oor 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 as ours would cost you more any where else. Come and see for yourself. 0TT0J0M0MC0 Academy o OUR LADY OP LIGHT, 7 ry Conddotsd BY THE SISTERS OF LORETTO, , ' SANTA F3, NEW MBXIOO. TEKH8 : Board and tuition, per month. 8)80.00 S Tuition OX to OS per month, according to grade. Music, Imtru mental and vocal, painting in ou ana water colon, on ohlna, etc., form extra snsrgea. r or proapecius or iurtner information, apply to of day scholars. and Mother Francisca lamy, Superior.