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An: VOL.32. SANTA FE, N. M.. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1895 NO. 221 We carry a foil line of hardware, and every artioU we show is worth carrying, too, and worth baying for the same rea-. Bon. Whea yon want hardware, yon want hardware, first-olaes ware that has wear in it, beoaaae it ia good metal. Anything else can't be low prioed enough to be worth buying. Wear is the teat of ware, and Judged by this test our ware can't be beat anywhere. We know what onr goods are. So do onr custom ers. Bay where yon know what yon are getting, and yon are sore of getting what yon ask and pay for, first-clasg goods at moderate prices. W. H. COEBEL, Catron Block - Santa Fe. I iB CHAS. WAGNER. DEALER IN FURNITURE QUEEISWARE I have a full line of Picture Frame TT A'DTalXTA UT and Mouldings and in fact everything in tfce household line. I will furnish 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 H&VIUND CHINA. TINWARE AND STOVES. In this line I have just received a large invoioe for yon to se lect from. See for yourself. Cut Glass Ware, Cooking Ranges and all the latest novelties in household furnishings. Prices Cut 50 Per Cent. MULLER & WALKER. -DEALERS IN- -AM PBOPBIITOBa BANTA FB BAKERY. TBB8H HBBAO, FIBS AMU CAKB. AGENTS FOB BOSS Patent Flour. Olub 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. S. S. BEATY, DEALER IK 1 BIES & PRO VISI nrnini I H uu ONS, Carry Full Stock Hay, Grain, Fruit : and Lumber. Great Bend Pat Imperial Flour. The Elgin Creamery Buttei. Fresh Ranch Eggs. Monarch Canned G-oods. Teas, Coffees & Spices first quality Colorado New Potatoes. Fresh Poultry & Oysters received every Friday. GIV1 TTS A. QAIj'X,! ' - Corner Bridge & Water Sts. TELEPHONE 40. NATIONAL CAPITAL BUDGET Evidence of Canadian Efforts to En croach on American Terri tory in Alaska. BELLIGEBENT TALE OF VENEZUELANS British Encroachments will Be Vigor ously Resisted by Plucky South American Power Patriotic Feeling Aroused English May be Expelled from Disputed Territory. Washington, Not. 9. The state depart ment to-day received from Oen. Duffield, ehief of the eoast and geodetio survey, his report on the surveys of Alaska, which are the basis of the bonndary line claim of this government. The report shows that the Canadian line encroaches on American territory 2214 feet at Forty Mile ereek and 22 feet at the marking' point on the Yukon river. IXOITEMENT IN VENEZUELA. The first information of the exoited public feeling in Venezuela, resulting from the British demands, reached here to day in Caracas papers up to Novem bet 1. The prevailing Bentiment is for imme diate war preparations, although some conservative journals urge moderation. The Britian ultimatum has not been received, bat the publication of its snb stauoe has aroused an outburst of pat riotism. Diario de Caracas, a semi-official gov ernment organ, says:' "In case an emer gency arises and the government of Vene zuela is obliged to resort to armB, the English will be expelled from the disput ed territary. The public may rest as sured that it will be only neoessary for the government to send a telegraphio dispatoh to the frontier in order to have this expulsion oarried out." THE 9IABKBTH. River Steamer Burned. Cincinnati, Nov. 9. The steamer, B. S. Rhea, of the Sidney Dillon it Scotia Bar rett line, burned at Riverside this morn ing. The loss is $55,000. Anticipated Wold Shipments. New York, Nov. 9. Rumors are current on Wall street that arrangements have been completed for the shipment of $2, 000,000 in gold to En rope next Wednes day. SHOOTING IN NEBRASKA. Aesasmlnated by An Unknown JIan in a Corn Field-fatal Shooting Affair at a Dance. SULTAN'S DOUBLE DEALING Officials Dismissed for Ill-Treatinfir Armenians Loaded with Honors and Decorations. TURKEY APPARENTLY DEFYING POWERS Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report IX New York, Nov. 9. Money on oall nom inally at 1 2 peroent; prime mercan tile paper, 3 6V . Silver, 67; lead, 8.20. Chioago. Cattle, receipts, 700, mostly Texans; dull and weak at yesterday's prioes. Sheep, dull and weak. Chicago. Wheat, November, 67M; De cember, 68 . Corn, November, 29)6 ; December, 28. Oats, November and December, 18)4. RASCALS IN TROUBLE. Howe Brothers, the Iowa Embezzlers, Wo Not Seen to Have Escaped by Fleeing to Mexico. City of Mexico, Nov. 9. Seoretary of State Marisoal has notified U. S. Minister Matt. W. Ransom that Richard C. Rowe, for whom a claim had been made for extradition, would be delivered to the authorized offloers of the United States. The crime for whioh Rowe is wanted is helping his brother, Chester Rowe, treas urer of Poweshiek county, Iowa, to em bezzle $33,000. Chester Rowe has taken out naturaliza tion papers, and, being now a citizen of Mexico, can not be extradited, but will be tried here for bringing stolen proper ty into the country. Want Woel Protected. San Angelo, Texas, Nov. 9. The annual meeting of the Texas Wool Growers' as sociation adopted strong resolutions de claring for a protective tariff on wool. ORIENTAL SITUATION. Nerlous Hebelllon In China Kebela Armed with ftaaslan JRIflee Flelds Strewn with Dead Bodies. Shanghai, Nov. 9. The Mercury reports that a mutiny has broken out among the soldiers of Kin Eiang and that they are defying the officials, who seem powerless. A panic exists among the natives and the wealthier classes are leaving. The foreign representatives are armed, having been warned, and are prepared for any emer gency. London. Special dispatches from Shanghai say that the rebels in the north west of China are mostly armed with rifles of Russian manufacture. Their leader has sent an ultimatum to the imperial government announoing his intention to march upon Pekin should his answer prove unfavorable. The rebels number over 80,000 .men and the imperial foroea are reported utterly in capable of resietecoe and to be commit ting exoesses in the territory under their control. Whole towns and villages have been subjected to rapine and fields are littered with corpses. Fight Opened on Cameron. PBUadelphis, Nov. 9. Frank Willing Leach has deolared for a Philadelphian for senator to snooeed Senator Cameron. Owing to his closeness to Senator Quay his declaration ia regarded as signifi cant. It may mean that Pennsylvania's silver senator will have to fight hard to return to Washington. Leaoh said : "I have no personal cnoice, out any one of the following will bring oredit to the offloe, the elty and the party: John Wannamaker, George H. Uranam, iionn Russell Young, Boies Penrose, or Chas. 0. Harrison. . , . GAVE HIMSELF AWAY. An Arkansas Han Arrested, Convict ed and Hanged for the Murder of His Wife He Talked Too H neb. Little Rook, Nov. 9. Wm. Newman, once a prominent farmer, was hanged at Clinton, Van Buren ooonty, yesterday for the murder of hie wife on August 18 last. . At hie wife's funeral, standing by her grave and surrounded by the mourners, Newman exclaimed, "before God I never m n rAmrmA mv wtfa." This led to his arrest and conviction on oironmstantial evidence, it being shown that Newman wanted to get rid of hi wife In order to marry anoinet woman. Beaver City, Neb., Nov. 9. Albert Ap plegate was shot to death in a corn field, near Wilsonville, yesterday by an un known man. A posse of citizens at once started in pursuit of the assassin, but has not overtaken him. Applegate had estranged the affections of the wife of a man in Denver, who is said to be the as sassin. ' v. .9 FATAL SHOOTING AI NEBBASKA C1TT, Nebraska City, Neb. This morning at 1:30 Tom Mftber, a well known character about town, shot and fatnlly wounded Miss Mand Feesler at a dance. Maher had been drinking heavily and became enraged at the sight of Mnnd Fessler preparing to go home under the escort of another man. Fred Planner received two bullets in the oheel: while attempt ing to disarm Maher, Maher was ar rested. ' - Weekly Bank statement. ,. New York, Nov. 9. The weekly bank statement is as follows: Reserve, in crease, $1,655,650; loans, decrease, $1, 768,600; specie, increase, $210,500; legal tenders, inorease, $73,500; deposits, de crease, $926,600; circulation, decrease, $89,300. The banks cow hold $19,260, 050 in excess of legal requirements. Both British and American Ambas sadors Trifled With Murderers of the Pittsburg Bicyclist Abuse of the Armenians Con tinued by the Turks. STEAMER HARD AGROUND. The Puritan, or the Vail Blver Line, with US Passengers, fast on . the Bocks at Big Unit Island. New London, Conn., Nov. 9. The steamer Puritan, of the Fall River line, with 250 passengers and a large quantity of freight, went ashore on Big Gnll island this morning. This information was brought to New London by the mate, who rowed over from the steamer with the boat's orew. The steamer lies hard and fast on the rocks. Wrecker Scott prooeeded to the steamer's assistance with two tugs. Acquitted en Technicality. Huntington, W. Va., Nov. 9. Edward Morris and wife, charged with the murder of their 6 year old daughter last March, were to-day acquitted on acoount of a de fect in the indictment. ' : CHICAGO DAI, AT' ATLANTA. The Fifteen Hundred Excursionists from Illinois Accorded a Koyal Welcome at Southern Ex position City. Nashville, Nov. 9. The 1,500 excur sionists from Chioago were awakened to day by the booming of cannon, and after a hurried breakfast were escorted to the theater Vendome, where only the cere monies of part of the program permitted by rainy weather were carried out. Gov. Turney was ill at home in Win chester and the welcoming address was delivered by Ernest Pillow, speaker of the state senate and acting governor, who paid a fine tribute to Chicago and the northwest. William MoCarthy, mayor of Nash ville, followed. F. W. reek, president of tbe Chicago Southern States association, responded. Gov. Altgeld acknowledged tbe wel come on behalf of Illinois. Mayor Geo. B. Swift followed on behalf of Chioago. Major J. W. Thomas, president of the Tennessee Centennial association, and Judge C. C. Kohleaat, of Chicago, finished the oratorioal program. Pleads that He has Been Mick Omaha, Nov. 9. Banker Frank John son, of the Citizen's State bank, which recently failed, who mysteriously disap peared last week, returned to-day. He declares that he has been sick in western Nebraska and knew nothing of the at tachment of his property and the oharges that he had left tha country on account of the bank soandal. CHAMPIONS OP SILVER. Senators Morgan and Pngh Have We dded to Stamp Alabama In the Interest ef Silver. . K.nlni.h.ni Ala VnT. 8 RAimtrTrs Ml.lUlllguniui '', " " ,t, Morgan and Pngh, Congressman Black head and several other silver Democrats; as a result of a conference held here yes terday, have deoided to make a hot silver campaign inside the party. Congressman Underwood and his followers were for party harmony and the temporary rele gation of silver to me rear, out were out voted. Senators Morgan and Pngh will stnmn the state for silver, beginning at Tuscaloosa to-day. 81NATOB JON IS ON BILVIR SIIUATIOM. San Franoisoo. U. S. Senator John P. Joneais strongly of the opinion that there will be a separate silver party in the campaign next year, growing out of the silver conlerenoe at Chicago near Christmas, the call for which is being prepared by the executive committee formed at the Memphis conference last summer. v Seoretary Goorge P. Keeney, of the local branoh of the Amerioan League, says that Senator Jones expressed him self as follows on the outoome of the elections: "I think that the eleotions just-held demonstrated beyond the possibility of any doubt whatever that the issue of 1896 will be flatly between tbe champions of gold and silver, and the question can no longer be settled within party lines. If the battle between the metals be not forced on a straight issue and on unmis takable lines, the brokers of London and New York will dominate the government of the country during the next four years whichever of the two old parties win. "The best thing for the silver men to do ie to get together iu Chioago and outline a plan of organization for a completely separate and independent party. In my opinion a distinctively silver party could win." ' . Constantinople, Nov. 9. The Official Gazette announoes that Bahri Pasha, who was dismissed from his official position in pursuance with the representations of British Ambassador Sir Phillip Curry, Oiiring to ill treatment of the Armenians, has been decorated with the grand corden of tho Osmanien orier "as a reward for good'eervicea." This step upon the part of the suits 13 considered to be not only a distinct mark of his approval of ill treatment of the Armenians, but a deliberate snob of Great Britain, particularly as, in addition to the decoration bestowed npon Bahri Pasha, tbe Official Gazette published a long list of names of Tnrkish otfloials in Armenia dooorated by the saltan for "good services." In fact, it, seems as if the saltan was openly defying tbe powers. It is understood that Vali of Alpho, who is to be snooeeded by Grand Vioar Kamil, was dismissed in consequence of representations of U. S. Minister Terrill that Vali had refused to permit the U. S. consular agent at Alpho to visit a natu ralized American citizen named Gnend jiam, of Armenian origin, who had been imprisoned for life. Ambassador Terrill obtained permis sion from two grand vicars for the con sular agent to visit Gnendjiam, but Vali persisted in his refusal to permit the prisoner to be seen. The Amerioan ambassador made the strongest representations to the porte and sacoeeded in obtaining the dismissal of Vali. Gnendjiam is now on his way to Con stantinople to be tried before Ambas sador Terrill. Eleven Kurds, charged with murder of Frank Wenz, of Pittsburg, Pa., the bicy clist, have been taken to Erzeroum to be tried there in tbe presence of the British consul in the absence of tho American consnl. Over 100 Armenians were arrested yes terday at Stamboul. Inquiries as to the cause failed to obtain a satisfactory answer. ABSOLUTELY PURE His Keck Was Broken. New Orleans, Nov. 9. Brother Ambro sio, aged 30, who to-day climbed into the third story window of St. Aloyaius oollege to adjust a curtain, fell backwards to the stone curb. His neck was broken. Besnlt of a Sudden Drop In Futures. New Orleans, Nov. 9 The failure of T. J. Majors & Co. wan announced on the Cotton exchange to-day. They were heavy bulls and the immediate oanse of the failure was a drop of twenty-five points in futures this morning. The Old lloman Better. Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 9. Alien W. Thar man Bays of ex-Senator Thnrman's ill ness: "Father is muoh better to-day. If he does not have another relapse I would not be surprised to see him get np." Ex Senator Thurman will be 82 years old on next Wednesday. . Chureli Announcements. At the Presbyterian chnrch to-morrow: Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; Y. P. S. C. E., junior at 8 p. m., senior at 4 p. m. There will be no preaching service in this church to-morrow. All who do not worship elsewhere are oordially invited to attend above services. Services at St. John's Methodist Epis copal ohnrch: Sunday sohool at 10 a. m.; preaohing services at 11 a. m.; Epworth League at 6:80 p. m.; preaohing services at 7:30 p. m. Good musio will be pro vided for the preaohing services of both morning and evening, xou are cordially welcomed to these servioes. G. S. Madden, pastor. At the Catholio Cathedral to-morrow, 23fSunday after Pentecost, services will be as follows: First mass, 7:00 a. m.; seo ond mass at 8:30 a. m., sermon in Span ish; third mass at 9:30 a. m., sermon in English; fourth mass at 10:30 a. m., ser mon in Spanish; vespers and benediction at 7 p. m. On the 12th feast of San Diego in Pueblo of xesuque. At the Choroh of the Holy Faith to morrow, 22d Sunday after Trinity, ser vioes will be as follows: Morning prayer and celebration of the Holy Communion, at 11; evening prayer, at 4:80. Next Friday the litany will be read at 4:30 p. m. At the Gnadalupe ohnrch to-morrow, November 10,1895, 23d Sunday after Pen tecost: First mass, 7:00 a. m., sermon in Spanish; seoond mass, 10:00 a. m., sermon in English; vespers and benediction at 7 p. m. On week days, during taw mourn of November, maBs at 6:80 a. m. P. Gil berton, pastor. NEW MEXICO NEWS. THE BIG PRIZE FIGHT. Blood Will Tell Most surely upon the condition of the physical system. If the blood is pure and full ol vitality it Will carry health to all the organs of the body ; it will expel the germs of disease and the result will be a condition of perfect health. If it is im pure and impoverished, such a condition will be impossible. The best way to Keep the Blood Pure la by tbe use of Hood's Sarsaparilla, be cause Hood's Sarsaparilla is the best blood purifier that medical science has ever pro duced. This is the secret of its wonderful cures of scrofula, salt rheum, nervousness, sleeplessness, rheumatism, and all other diseases which originate ia the blood. Hood's Sarcaparilla la tho only True Blood Purifier promi nently In the public eye today. It is sold by all druggists, tl; six for $5. Prepared only by O.I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. HnnH'a DM la " babltual eouitliw. vvm 0 tun, jrnee ' Eleven car loads of cattle were shipped from Deming on Thursday. T. Rouanlt sold and shipped last week two oarloads of canned tomatoes from his cannery at Las Cruces. The Browne fc Manzanares Co. are hav ing 5C.000 pounds of wool scoured at the Ludemann plant at Las Vegas. Alfred E. Hawkins, oharged in court with unlawfully catting timber belonging to Uncle Sam, has had bis case continued at Las Vegas. Miss Francis Willard will visit New Mexioo tbe latter part of next month, and deliver some temperance lectures 6h. will be well worth bearing. The talk of an electrio road through Mora may seem dead, bnt those who are on the Inside know that there is more en couragement now than ever before. Las Vegas Optic. For the last six months the county board has been formulating a plan to re organize the county debt and place the county on a better financial basis. It is stated that when this work is completed it will make a very material difference in favor of the oounty. Las Vegas Exam iner. Something of a sensation was created in court at Albuquerque, when Donioio Sandoval stood up before the bar and pleaded guilty to an indictment for mur der in the first degree. The oourt refused to accept the plea of guilty, and appoint ed B. S. Rodey to defend. Sandoval ib charged with- the murder of Viotoraino Tenorio in the Nacimiento country, July 29lh last. The witnesses are Pedro and Trinidad Gallegos. The Citizen gives circulation to one of Judge Burns' semi-annual jokes as fol lows: One of his friends informs the Citizen that Hon. Wm. Burns, the wide awake internal revenne man, has fallen heir to a $600,000 estate by the death of a great nnole in Ireland. If so Judge Burns is in the same position as the man who finds a sure enough good gold mine. He says nothing about it. Mr. Lefren, the jeweler, has reoeived from his brother, in Sweden, a consign ment of finger-rings manufactured from a metal invented and patented by the brother in Sweden. It represnts pnre gold and Mr. L. informs ns that it does not corrode and that nitric acid (in which he kept it for forty-eight hours) has no effect whatever upon the metal. Its cost is less than 5 per cent that of gold. White Oaks eagle. Dr. G. S. EasterdBy and Dr. Tascher spent yesterday in Peralta and vicinity, and combined professional duties with pleasure. They returned last night lit erally, laden down with quail. Dr. East erday carried several dozen of the tooth some ooturnix vulgaris in one bunch, and proved himself as snocessful with the gun as he is in the treatment of suffering hu manity. The spoils of the sport have been divided among friends. Albuquer que Citizen. J. A. Naugle, general manager of the Sonora railroad, reoently passed tnrougn Albnqnerqne to Chicago in his private car. His road is now getting ready to Bbip 80,000 head of cattle destined for breeding and fattening purposes in northern states. These shipments will pass through Albuquerque and will make business move lively on the Santa Fe system. Mr. Nangle was accompanied by Geo. M. Merrick, a mining expert of Denver. Dan Stnart Reaches El Paso To-niglit and Thinks He Has Things All Fixed. The El Paso papers have at last found out that Dan Stnart is to visit Juarez to arrange for the big prize fight. The New Mexican aunounoed this fact four days ago. A Dallas dispatch of Thursday night says Stnart would leave there on yesterday. He is reported to have said: "I think the place and time for Corbett and Fitzsimmons to settle their difficulties will be found and fixed between now and 8nL'ay. I am making this move indi vidual? and alone and intend -to offer such purse and protection .that neither man can refuse to accept if he intends or wants to fight. The whole sporting world is in a mood to see this champion ship matter settled in the ring." Stnart will go to Chihuahua and inter view Gov. Ahumada in person, and ob tain a written agreement from that official promising non-interference. This accom plished he is sure other details can be ar ranged. According to the terms submit ted by Stuart, Corbett and Fitzsimmons are to meet in El Paso, Texas, and go from there to J narez, where the battle is to take place for the purse of $20,000 and $10,000 aside, Stuart depositing the amount of the purse in a responsible party's hands, and agreting to forfeit it if the fight fails because of legal inter ference. In the event the fight comes off Stuart gives FitzsimmouB his pergonal guarantee that the $2,500 forfeit of the Florida Athletic club will be paid to him. It is understood that Stuart will put up trie $1U,U0U side bet for ltisimmoiiB. Your Sunday Dinner. Order Sunday supplies from Simmons', east side of the plaza. He has the choicest meats, including venison, pork, veal, pigs feet, tripe and head-cheese, also butter, saner kraut and mince meat. Try him for good goods and low prices. HAMMOND TYPEWRITER FOE SALE AI - NEW MEXICAN OFFICE. Hedueed Kates to California. $56.90 via the ,:8anta Fe Route" to Los Angeles and San Diego, $66.90 to San Frauoisco and return; tickets good for return passage six months from date of sale, allowing stop-overs at any interme diate points. For particulars call on or address agents of the Santa Fe Route. H. S. Lutz, Agent, Santa Fe, N. M. Gko. T. Nicholson, G. P. A., Chioago, 111. John MoOnllough Havana olgars at Colorado saloon. A iy m 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 pasa 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 Bhape and appearance, first olass in quality, and low in price. As good a shoe as ours would oost you more any where else. Come and see for yourself. 0TTQJ0HNS0N&C0 Academy of OUR LADY 6f LIGHT, COSOUOTBD BY THE SISTERS OF IORETTO, . SANTA 3T3D, SsTEW MEXIOO. TKBMH: Board and tuition, per month. ajM.OOi Tuition of day scholars, 4 to nil per month, according to grade. Music, liratrnmcntnl mid vocnl. painting' In oil and wntnr colors, on china, etc., form extra charges. For prospectus or further Information, apply to Mother Francisca Lamf, Superior.