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VOL.32. SANTA FE, N. M., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14 1895 NO. 225 W MEXICAN: Al hardware is a sight to sea and the only kind to boy. To eee suoh hardware you must go where it is. onr store (or ex ample. We have no nae for any other kind. The sezvice and value to be had from poor barware is so small that it is dear even when cheap. An Al article that eosts a dollar is cheaper than a poor one at a quarter, that mast be bought over half a dozen times to give the same servioe. It is what onr goods are worth that makes them low priced. W. H. GOEBEL, Catron Block - Santa Fe. CH AS. WAGNER, DEALER IN FURIITURE QUEEKSWARE I have a full line of Pioture Frame and Moulding and in fact everything in tt e 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 HAVILAND CHINA. Out G-lass Ware, Cooking Ranges and all the latest novelties m household furnishings. Prices Cut 50 Per Cent. MULLER & -DEALERS IN- -49 FBOFBtBTOII OF 3T3D VKEH11 BRRAO. PIK AMI CAEII. AGENTS FOB- Boss Patent Flour. ' Olub House Oanned Goods. Hesston Creamery Butter. Careful attention given to special orders for oakes and pastry. Campers' supplies paoked free of charge. -Call and examine our stook and get our low prioss. If YOV WANT . f(AO PWINELI STA8LISHED 1645 TOR OY s. s; ALWAjptsfiSfT DEALERlN PRODUCE, TABLE LUXURIES, ; FLOUR, FEED, ; LUMBER & GRAIN Knowing what the trade of Santa Fe demand I have aeleoted the beet line of Staple and Fancy Qrooeriea I eould Bud. My special--- ties are to lell the best goods at a reasonable profit. We are only competitors with ths tost goods. . Tke Prices Tell The Quality Sells . GIVa US A. OAILI Corner Bridge Ss Water Sts. TELEPHONE 40. HARDWARE. TINWARE AND STOVES In this line I have just received ; a large invoice for you to se lect from. See for yourself. WALKER. BAKERY. t Phone 53 JN IE .BAKEBY resit Bread, Plea and (takes. KVKKV DAY. Anything. In this Line Made to Order. fi LUMBER, BOORS, LATHS, ' AND r HAIR, WINDOWS. PEATYi HESING AND HINRICHSEN Acrimonious Correspondence Between the Chicago Postmaster and the Illinois Secretary of State. WHITE METAL THE BONE OF CONTENTION Hinriohsen Does Not Take Kindly to Insinuation that Silver at 16 to 1 is a Heresy Causes of Recent Democratic Disasters. . ' ' Springfield, Ilk, Nov. 14. An interest ing anti somewhat acrimonious corre spondence has sprung np Binoe the last election between Postmaster Washington fleeing, or Chicago, an 1 William H. Hin nchsen, secretary of stiae and chairman of the Democratic state central commit' tee. . . - ... It was begun by Hesing, who, in an effort to harmonize the faotioos of the Democratic party in Illinois, invited Bin riohsen to abandon the ao-oalled 16 to 1 heresy and bring his orowd back into the (old ot orthodox Demooraoy and sound money. Hinriohsen did not take kindly to the insinuation that the 16 to 1 doctrine was heresy. He said in part: "You asoribe the defeat of the party in the 18th con greesional district to the adoption of the free silver plank. This is absurd, and I can say to you, as one who is thoroughly acquainted with the district, that without this silver plank the Demoorats could not have carried a single voting preoinot. The causes which brought about our de- ieai were tne same as those wbion pro duced sncn enormous Republican ma jorities in all the states where elections were held, exoept Mississippi, where they had a free silver platform. CAUSES KNUMEBATED. "I will enumerate the causes briefly : The failure of the national administration and eongress to carry out the promises made by the Demooraoy in 1892; the evident intention of the president to force gold monometalism upon the coun try by the mismanagement of public patronage; the feeling, either . right or wrong, that a clique of New York and London bankers are controlling the finan cial polioy of this country; the unpopular foreign polioy of the administration; the use of the courts in the case of strikes; the general hard times, . which many in sist are the result of the president's polioy, and the evident intention ot the followers of Grover Cleveland to force him upon the country as the Democratic nominee for president in 1896. "In the 18th district the Republicans reoeived aid and oomfort from the Demo crats in high places. Men like President Cleveland and senator Palmer rejoiced openly over Lane's defeat and that the gold men in the party were pleased over this Republican victory is shown by the tone of your letter. "ion make the suggestion that we bury the past and get together. tThat would,' perhaps, be easy for yon if we would ' Oil TOOSTBSB ON TODS P&ATVOBM, but yoa have never indicated what that platform should be. You say you are for honest money. Every n an is for honest money, but what do yon mean by the term? President Cleveland has shown clearly that he is in favor of gold mono metallism and it is presumed that you agree with him, although some members of your faction define themselves bimet allists. We have defined oar position; you ehoald define yours." l believe la the free and unlimited coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 to 1, and shall maintain my belief to the best of my ability; but, should the Democratic convention deoidn that I am wrong, I shall support the Demooralio tioket just the same. Can you say as much! "I have a pretty fair acquaintance among German born American oitizens and I find them as a rule muoh the same, barring professional Germans, as other American citizens. Your attempt to sep arate them into a class with interests at variance with those of other oitizens is undemooratio and ridiculous. In trying to build up a olaas within the party, you forget that a half million Democrats in the state of Illinois will not surrender their prinoiples in order to follow any class. It is not true, as you say, that the Germans are opposed to free silver, but, if they were, would it be good politios to surrender principle and thereby lose half or onr vote in order to satisfy a small faotion of the party." ;i' Killed a Number of People Paris Nov. 14. A wine merohant of this city, M. Dornergue, suddenly became insane and killed a number of people. He shot his wife and mother and then opened fire upon people in the street, killing three and wounding several others. The mad man barriosded himself in his house and fired upon the gens de armes who surrounded the building. Indians Killed by: Indians, Manoos, Colo., Nov. 14. Chief Severo is satisfied that the two Indians, recently found murdered near here, were killed by Indians. So there will probably be no outbreak of TJtes. A squaw, who had been with the two Indians, is missing. THE HEALEfc DISAPPEARS. francia Sehlader Can Wet Be Poand In Denver Wanted as a Witness Charged with Blessing a Bale of Handkerchiefs. Denver, Nov. 14. Francis Schlader, the so-oalled "healer," who pretends to be Christ, dissppesred last night, and several deputy U. 8. marshals with a war rant for his arrest are searching for bim. He had been summoned to appear be fore the U. 8. commissioner to-day as a witness against persons arrested on the oharge of using the mails to defraud 1 by pretending to sen nanaxercniers that had been blessed by "the healer." ' Ths accused declared that they oould prove that they had taken a bale of handkerohiefs to Schlader and that he had blessed them. In that ess. Sahlader wss liable to indictment as a party to the alleged fraud. - Sobiader retired early last night at tne house of ex-Alderman E. L. Fox, where he has lived since he oame to Denver' from New Mexieo on the 1st of Septem ber. This morning hs wss gone; nobody knows where. He left a note for Fox, simply ssylngi "My mission in Denver Is ended. Good bye." . Over 8.000 people, msny of . whom had ooms long distances, assembled early to day at the residence of Mr. cox to re ceive treatment, and some manifested great disappointment when told of hit anaxpeoted night, tie . had announced that he would close his pnbllo work in Denver on Friday. . , . . Pennsylvania Day at Atlanta. Atlanta, Nov. 14. This it Pennsylvania day at the exposition and one of the largest orowds of the fair is on the ground, where the Keystone state has the right of way. Qov. Hastings, of . Pennsylvania, who is here with his staff, was ths chief speaker. SHRINKAGE OF $80,000,000. Vienna and Paris Speculators Made Hacks and Drakes of by the Kng llsh Mining; sjpeeulators. London, Nov. H. Business on the stook exchange yesterday was a of fluct uating nature, but improved somewhat at the olose when a better' demand sprung up for foreign stocks and mining shares. Amerioan stocks were strong. The fortnightly settlement which be gan o.n, Tuesday i-ell over, but the in tervention of Rothoailds and every in fluential speculator that could be muster ed was : all that saved an international panic As it was the differences to be met were enormous, growing ont of the mad speculation in south African mining stocks, the Kafflirs, and many small fail ures are annouooed in Vienna and Paris as well as London; . But the position of the London specu lators is comparatively easy, for in the past fortnight London has unloaded millions of these inflated securities on Berlin, Paris and Vienna, and while the market for mining shares steadied some what udc't the great banker's influence, still the sitnation is so oritical that a wide-spread panic is to be feared. The most important failure announced since Tnssday it that of Leslie Monte- flore, an extensive dealer in Americans and . miscellaneous securities, who emerges from the Kaffir nightmare a poor man, having been stripped of a fortune of Beveral million pounds. Losses at Paris are reported very heavy. A speculator who has ruled the Paris bourse for five years is Baid to have lost 25,000,000 franos, and the head of the bouse of the Morbts. Raphael is oredited with a loss of 15,000,000 franos. , Barney Barnato, who, a fortnight ago, oame to the support of the Kaffir market and bought back at 60 about $16,000,000 of mining securities which he had pre viously sold at 300, announced to-day his intention to retire. He says he wants to get out of the blaze in which he has been living, to oonduot his own affairs prudently, and to live quietly for a few months. - Some idea of the extent of the trouble in the financial marts of Europe may be drawn from the fact that the shrinkage in mining values for the week now passed exoeeds $80,000,000. The total deprecia tion in the value of the Barnato securities since the reaction set in a month ago is more than $360,000,000. It is understood that Ifrenoh bankers have deoided to support their bourse by lending more freely, but nothing will be done to encourage the continuanoe of fur ther-mining speculation there. The English, however, feeling that they have ftothohilds 'si their back, are beginning to bny mines Bimin at the lower prioes, in anticipation oi a reactionary rise. TO-DAY'S CONDENSATIONS. The South Carolina constitutional con vention deoided to tax Pullman cars with in the state. Smallpox is reported spreading in Mis sissippi oounty, Arkansas, where six deaths have ooourred. Secretary Olney is reported to have persnaded the president to reoommend to oongress the recognition of the Cuban in surgents. Col. Joseph B. MoCuIlagh, editor of the Globe-Demoorat, is a candidate for the United States senatorship from the state of Missouri, and everything seems to in dicate that Channcey I. Filley has taken the Republican editor under his wing. Alexander Brown,' of Baltimore, who is famishing the money to seoore deep water at Aransas Pass, accompanied by a party of friends and business associates, are now at Aransas Pass, where they went to inspect the work. Accompanying Mr. Brown are: James Bond, Walter B. Brooks, jr., P. B. Milarn and H. Winalow Williams, capitalists of Baltimore, and C. J. Ryan, a capitalist of New York, and ex Gov. Hogg, Hon. A. L. Mattlockand John P. Moore, of Fort Worth. NEW RAIL PROJECT. W. W. Borst's New Mexico Hallway Scheme Materialises at Denver. Denver, Nov. 14. Papers have been filed with ths secretary of state incorporating the Albuquerque, Colorado t Paoiflo rairoad, capitalised at $100,000. The route of the proposed road is from Albuquerque through the oounties of San Juan, Taos, Rio Arrjjba and Bernalillo, in New Mexioo via Farmington to Durango. The course continued will be on a direct line to some- point, yet nndeoided, ou Fnget Sound in the state of Washington. The directors are: J. W.Hanna, pres ident; W. W. Borst, vice president; J. C. Veatoh, seoretary; G. W. Wilson, treas urer; E. T. Wells, counsel. - ,- s -i Judge Wells, the eorporation's oounsel, said there was a prospect that the road, or at least part of it, would be built at an early date. , v Probably Mnrdered. Denver, Nov. 14. A special from Palmer Lake says: A narrow gauge box car, aet on Larkspur, siding, was dis covered on fire early this morning. The fire gained snoh headway that it was im possible to extinguish it. The oharred remsios of a man, burned beyond recog nition, was found in the oar. The theory is that he probably was murdered by tramps and the oar set on fire. A PRIEST ARRESTED. C.mplainlns; Witness Aeessea Bev erend Uentlensan or tier Ions . Offenses. . Denver, Nov. -14. A special to the Times from Glenwood Springs says: A warrant has been leaned out of Justice Heddin's eourt for the arrest of Rev. James Giblln, a Catholic priest. ' The eomplslng witness ii Mrs. Isabella Urqnhart, one of the reverend father's parishoners, who charges him With as sault. Mrs. Urqnhart shows bruises on her arm and other marks of violenee. Bhe says that the priest assaulted her because she remonstrated with him on aeeonnt of his alleged intlmaoy with her daughter. Gfblin is 0t of the elty at present, bat a warrant has been plsced lu the hands of the eonstabU. ' WAR CLOUDS GATHERING British, French, Italian and Russian Warships Assembling: iu Turk ish Waters. DISMEMBERMENT OF TURKEY PROBABLE The fliok Man of the East Apparently DoomedWork of Butchering Ar menians Continues Shock ing Outrages. Copyrighted 1895 by Associated Press. Constantinople, Nov. 14. There is lit tle change in the situation this morn ing. : The Italian fleet is understood to be on the way to Bp'.ouioa Bay to join the Brit ish fleet of abont twenty warships al ready there. The Frenoh fleet is expected there shortly, and the representatives of the powers, as a result of the communica tions exohanged with their governments, hate had an informal meeting at the Drench embassy. When the three squadrons have nuited, and Sir Phillip Cnrrie, the British am bassador, returns, some deoided steps upon the part of the powers may be an ticipated. PILLAOINO 4BMENIAN VILLAGES. The Kurds are said to be attacking and pillaging the Armenian villages and the Turkish officials are reported powerless to preserve order. A telegram received from Sivas, on Tuesday evening, but only made public to-day, says that a massacre of Armenians has been commenced at that oity; bat, according to the porte, order has been restored there. It is rumorod here to-day that tthakir Pasha, imperial high commissioner for Armenian reforms, is about to be recalled in order that he may be appointed grand vizier in succession to Hali Rifat Pasha, the present inoumbent of that office. If the rumor Is correct, this would seem to be another open defiance of the powers, for Shakir Pasha is BEG1BDID AS THS CDIFF BUTCHEB of the porte. Every day brings farther details of niasaores at Erzeroum and each report makes the story of the crimes more ghastly. Men, women and children were shot, bayoneted, burned and ontraged, the killing and mntilation lasting for weeks, though intervals of rest are re corded. Orders for these outrages are said to have been sent by the porte and they were carried ont in the most cruel man ner. The number killed is estimated at from 600 to 1,600, according to the Turkish or Armenian acconnts of the affair. It is even said that some victims were skinned alive, while others were soaked with petroleum and set on fire. There are rumors in Russian oiroles here of great activity in; connection with the Black Sea fleet ' of Russia, and for some time past important movements of troops are known to have been taking place on the frontiers of Russia nearest the disturbed districts in Turkey. FIVE BUS3IAN WABSHira. St. Petersburg. Five Russian war ships have been ordered to start im mediately for the Mediterranean in view of the proposed naval demonstration there, arising ont of the Armenian ques tion. MISSIONARIES IN DANOEB. Boston. Dispatches from Constanti nople state thnt the missionaries in Kartonm, eastern Turkey, are in great danger. The missionaries are those of American boards. Sherman on Silver. Chicago, 111., Nov. 14. The second volume of Senator John Sherman's recol lections has just come from the press. It is of particular interest at this time be cause of what the writer has to say of the so-oalled "Sherman silver law" and of the silver agitation and resulting legislation in general. Sherman states that the aot which bore his name was passed by a Re publican congress for no other purpose than to defeat free coinage, and says he was ready to vote for its repeal the next day if it could have been done without a free eoiuage substitute. The book says: "The free coinage of silver is still up held by a large body of those who are in terested in mining or who want to pay their debts with a depreciated coin; but the danger of the adoption of this polioy is lessening daily. The bimetallio system of maintaining all forms of money at par with gold will probably soon be estab lished. To oomplete this system and to extend it to our paper money, it would be wise to gradually withdraw treasury notes and silver certificates and replace them with United States notes, supported and maintained by a large reserve of gold. Thos all kinds of paper money issued by the United States would be of the same form and value.". REAL ESTATE MAN JAILED. Arrested In Son . Antonio Chanced i with Attemptlns; to Bribe Three Congressmen. San Antonio, Texas, Nov. 14 H. B. Martin, a looal real estate broker, has been arrested on an indiotment found by the U. 8. grand jury, charging him with having attempted to bribe Congressmen Joseph D. Bayers, W. H. Crain and T. H. Paschal. Martin is charged with writing to the three eongressmen offering to divide with them certain eommissions, providing they would assist in securing favorable legislation in behalf of the proposed Brownsville railroad, intended to be used as a line along the Rio Grande for the transportation of government troops and supplies. MINING STOCK QUESTION. Lively right Promised In Chicago (Stock Kxehaage Over l.ldtni Mining; Mtorks. Chiosgo, Nov. H. The mining stock question will probably be again brought up at the next session of the governing committee of the stook exchange. In the event of the committee's persisting in its refusal to list mining stooks, another ef fort will be made to seoure a change in the by-laws which will permit members to do business on the mining board. Friends of the movement are decidedly in earnest, and, as the sentiment appears to he about eqnnlly divided, a rathe r lively fight is promised. Highest of all in Leavening ABSOLUTELY PURE THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. Knssla will Coin Millions of liold and Mil ver Indian Kducal ion orth . , ern Partite Terminal. Washington, Nov. 14. The Associated Press cablegram of yesterday, announc ing the intention of the Russian govern ment to f.oia next year 100,000,000 rou bles of gold and 25,000,000 in silver, iu addition to subsidiary coinage, has creat ed considerable interest among financiers beoause of the evident purpose of Rus sia to inorease her specie currency. It is thought in some quarters that the general pnrpose is to begin preparations for the redemption of Russian paper, the principal currency in circulation in the empire. Last Augnst the Imperial bank held $829,900,000 in paper. It is also considered probable that, in increasing her silver coinage as she is do ing, Russia is preparing to extend her trade into the Bilver using countries of the orient, especially in China, Japan and Corea. To pot this purpose into opera tion it will be necessary for Russia to go outside of her own country to secure her silver. 1'OSTHIBIBESH AT LA PLATA. Mrs. Ella Hornbogen was to-day ap pointed postmistress at La Plata, San Juan county, N. M., vice Q.H. Hornbogen resigned. INDIAN KDUCATiON. W. N. Hailman, superintendent of In dian schools, in his annual report dis cusses nt some length the proposition to enlist different states in Indian education. He says in some cases there is unwilling ness to admit Indian children to schools attended by white children, and in some cases it might be necessary to continue specific Indian schools for limited periods. Hearty co-operation was re ceived from the state superintendents of schools in California, Oregon, Washing ton, Nevada, Minnosotn, Wisconsin and Iowa, and he believes in most of these states it will be possible to transfer the work of Indian education to the state authorities in a comparatively short period. NOBTHEBN PACIFIC TEBMINUS. Seoretary Smith deoided a very im portant case to-day, holding that the east ern terminus of the Northorn Pacific rail road is either at Thompson, Minn., or Superior, Wis., instead of Ashland, Wis., as has always been claimed by the com pany. About 100,000 acres are thus lost by the company - THK MAIIHKIN. New York, Nov. 14. Money on call nom inally at 1 2 percent; prime mercan tile paper, 4 Silver, 67; lead, $3.10. Chicago. Uattle, receipts, 12,000, in cluding 2,000 Texaus and 2,000 westerns; market steady to a shade stronger; beeves, $3.16 $5.00; oows and heifers, $1.30 $3.60: Texas steers, $2.70 $3.00; west- ems, $2.90 $3.95; stookers and feeders, $2.25 $3.65. Sheep, receipts, 1,600; market steady. Kansas City .Cattle receipts, 4,600; shipments, 600; market steady to strong; Texas steers, $2.40 $3.75; Texas oows, $1.00 $2.85; beef steers, $3.40 $4.50; native cows, $1.50 $3.00; stookers and feeders, $2.65 $3.80; bulls, $1.30 $2.60. Sheep rectipts, 1,000; shipments, 800; market steady; lambs, $3.00 $4.25; muttons, $3.00 $3.10. ChioBgo. Wheat, November, 57H; De cember, 67?. Corn, November, 29j; De cember, -28. Oats, November 18; De cember, 18pg. Trotting Horses for Male. Johnny Pond has arrived in Santa Fe from San Jnan county with two single trotting horses and a span of fine animals that trot, double, which he offers for sale. These horses were sired by the celebrated Membrino Joe No. 8, bred m Kentnoky, and whose full pedigree will be found in Wallace's or the National ironing asso ciation book. These fine horses may be seen at any time at the stables just east of the Exohange hotel. Academy ot OUR LAD Y OF LIGHT, COSPUOTID ST THE SISTERS OF LORETTO, ... ' ' SANTA fla, NEW MHXIOO. TKKHIIs-Board and tuition, ner month. nSO.M: St to )5 per month, according to grade. Mmie, instrumental am voeai, painting in on and saargn. ror proepecius Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report noplorable Condition of Immigrant) Lob Angeles, CaL, Nov. 14, It is re ported that twenty-five immigrants on their way to California from Oklahoma are in a deplorable condition on the Colo rado desert. They have abandoned their worn ont horses and their food is almost exhausted. A Southern Pacifio train gave them a barrel of water. BRUTAL DEED AT DALLAS. Woman Knorked Ooivn and Koblied hf Kegroes In Fashionable r; i Part of City. Dallas, Texas, Nov. 14. Mrs. Daisy Ortleib, the wife of Alex. Ortleib, a prominent merchant, while walking with her 6-year-old son, was attacked by two negroes in the fashionable part of the residence 'district, knocked down and robbed of her pocket book, containing diamond rings and other valuables worth nearly $1,000, In a half hour the negroes were captured. They confessed. BOTH WILL DOUBTLESS DIE. An l.ni'clive Duel In Arizona Over Cae of Alienated An'ertionti. Bisbee, A. T., Nov. I t. Frederick Ro mero and James Montague fought a duel last night in which each received in juries that will probably prove fatal. Romero believed that Montague had alienated the directions of his wife and challenged him to light. NEW MEXICO NEWS. Mr. Smith is getting his Deming water works on a substantial basis. Henry Martin took 500 head of cattle from Silver City to Comanche, Texas, last week. Fine rains and fino ranges are the rule and not the exception in Grant county this fall. The Santa Fe road has found it neces sary to double the capacity of the stook yards at Deming. Schneider & Black have just finished burning a kiln of 110,000 brick at their yard north of Silver City. The O bar O outfit in Grant county is putting up 2,000 head of cattle, which will be Bhipped to Jos. Boone in the In dian. Territory next week. Don Tomas Mortimer died at the Pres bytenaa mrsskirf building in Las Vegas on Tuesday morning having been a suf ferer for months with Bright's disease. The mining industry in the Deming district shows signs of renewed life and aotivity. Work has been resumed on a number of mines that have been lying idle for some time. Word was received here Saturday that the 10-months-old child of Dan Jackson was drowned in a reservoir on his ranch be learned. Raton Reporter. In Grant county the people are won dering and asking how much money has been collected by the dofunct First Na tional Banks of Silver City and Deming since the last dividend. No statement has been published by the receiver for over two years. The National Lead company is making inquiries throughout the territory as to the present output of lead ore, and the possible output. It is supposed that the inquiries are made with a view of the opening of the Rio Grande works iu So corro in the near future. Antonio Zamora is on trial in the U. S. district court at Las Vegas, on the hein ous charge of incest with his sister. The case against the follow for incest with his own daughter has been dismissed, she having died Binoe the last term of court. Mrs. R. S. Hamilton has over thirty va rieties of chrysanthemums that are grow ing luxuriantly. If more of onr ladies Would devote their spare time to the cul tivation of Mowers, We could have a tloral exhibition that would surprise everyone. Roswell Record. ' .. , Tuition of day scholars. nd water colors, on ohina, etc., form extra or lurtner information, apply to Mother Francisca laiy, Superior.