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E'W MFYTCAN' SANTA FE, N. M.. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1895 NO. 231 VOL.32. A light, a bright light, a flood of light, on the subject of hardware is reflected by onr stock. It is enough to boy a range if yon don't mind what it is and don't oare what yon pay for it. Ranges differ great ly, and the buyer should be careful to, avail herself of the latest improvement thnB insnring satisfactory results in every sort of cooking. We are showing ranges and stoves that are voted a luxury in every kitchen where they are introduced, and the price need not tronble yon a bit. Come here for your Btoves and hardware, if yon want to save money. W. H. GOEBEL, Catron Block - Santa Fe. CELA.S . WAGNER, DEALER TN FURNITURE QUEEISWARE I have a full line of Picture Frame and Mouldings and in fact everything in the 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. fUKf IHIUID cm, Out Glass Ware, Cooking Ranges and all the latest novelties m household furnishings. Prices Cut 50 Per Cent. MULLER & -DEALERS IN- Still. ii Fu Era -AND PBOPBISTOBS OF- BAIfTA IP ID VKB8H BBEAD, PIKS AND CAMEH. 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 get our low prloes. If YOW WANT . v.fP IWINELL 5TABUSHED 1045 fOR SALE BY I ill LA I UU IXAG&JL&H S. S. BEATY, DEALER IN Sl-.ii'-.Fir-. mm PRODUCE, TABLE LUXURIES, FLOUR, FEED, Knowing what the trad, of Santa Fe demand I hate seleoted the best tin. of Staple and Faney Groceries I oould Bud. My special ties are to sell the best goods at a reasonabl. profit. We are only 1 competitors with the best goods. The Prices Tell The Quality Sells GH"V3II ITS A., OALIjI , Corner Bridge & Water Sts. TELEPHONE 40. $cm FURNITURE -L Art Mi-1 r TTAVTlWiPfl lT T II AWBf TINWARE AND STOVES. In this line I have just reoeived a large invoice for yon to se lect from. See for yourself. WALKER. BAKERY. Phone ISTW BAKERY PieMi Bread, Pies and Cakes. KVRKV lAV. Anything In thin Line Made to Order. . ' LUMBER, LATHS, HAIR, DOORS, AND WINDOWS. LUMBER & GRAIN COLORADO'S GOLDEN RICHES Cripple Creek One of the Marvels of the Age One Million a Month. THE RICHEST REGION IN THE WORLD The Population of the Gold Mining Metropolis Has Increased from Fifty to 25,000 in Four Years 20,000 Men. Chioago, Not. 21. The Times-Herald this morning devotes two columns to a carefully prepared report on Cripple Creek and the gold fields of Oolorodo. It says: "A million dollars a month of this precious metal is the product of Cripple Creek district, and this figure, big a. it-teems, is a conservative . rattier than a liberal statement. "It is asserted by the miners that this country, containing twenty-four square miles, contains more riches than any other region in the world. "The golden wealth of this part of Colorado is not limited to the Cripple Creek fields. The prospects at West Creek, about twenty miles from Colorado Springs, show heavy gold deposits, and there is a rush to that territory. "The population of Cripple Creek has increased in proportion to the develop ment of wealth. Four years ago the dwellers in the seotion named were fewer than fifty at two or three stock camps. "In the same territory there is now a population of 25,000. Of this number 20,- 000 are men." Counterfeit Honey In Kansas. Atchison, Has., Nov. 21. This section of Kansas is being flooded' with dollar bills raised to tens. Sporting man Killed. Oklahoma City, Nov. 21. Farris Cox, a faro dealer, shot and fatally wounded Al Wagner, a well known sporting man, in the Turf saloon last night. Wagner had been drinking and threatened Cox. Will Compete With the United States City of Mexico, Nov. 21. Endeavors are being made to arrange for the estab lishing of a direct cattle trade with Eu rope, and probably also dressed beef and canning for export will be oommenced here in competition with the United States, and the calculations show that Mexico, being on a silver basis, this will pay a handsome profit. HARRISON'S BOOMLET. tt Mathers Force at a Conference of Big Uuns in New York. New York, Nov. 21. Monday was a field day for the Harrison presidential boom. There was a conference at the Fifth Avenue hotel at whioh Harrison was pres ent in person and his aides were there by the sore. Borne of Allison's and Reed's friends were also on deck. Such a fathering of party leaders has not been seen in . the Fifth Avenue for many a day. Besides Msnley and Cannon there were J. S. Olarkson, R. C. Kerens, Warner Miller, T. 0. Piatt, Gen. Russell A. Alger, Senator S. B. Elkins, ex-Secretary of the Interior John W. Noble, of Missouri; senator KedHeld Frootor, of Vermont; George Crist, of Arizona; ex- Colleotor Joel B. Erhardt, J. Sloat Fassett and Franois Hendricks, all of whom served under Harrison; Superintendent of Pub lic Works Aldridge, Congressman J. S. Sherman, of Utica; ex-Congressman Geo. West and any number of others more or less prominent. Manley was just back from a swing around tbe far western oirole in Reed's interest; the one topio of tali naturally was tbe presidency. Ularsson deoiared Allison's obanoes were just as good now as before the elec tions; Manley boomed Reed; Noble, Proc tor, Kerens and Erhardt opined that Har rison would draw tbe prize; tbe Mew York men tipped Morton with a wink; and Elkins remarked facetiously that he was only a farmer and did not know much about it. Harrison had all the best of the argu ment. It was his day. His friends bad evidently come together by prearrange ment to make a demonstration. There were several embarrassing meetings, one of whioh oooasioned no end of comment. Gen. Clarkson and Col. Manley were con versing in tbe parlor of the hotel when ex-President Harrison passed. He bowed to (JIarkson, bnt cut Manley cold. Manley notioed the slight, and, turning to Clark son, asked: "Who's your friend?" "Oh," said the Iowa statesman, "that's the man who appointed you postmaster at Augusta." Home of tbe Heed men commented bit terly on this incident, recalling that Man- ley had resigned the AuguBta postmaster ship in 1892 to work for Harrison at Min neapolis. Mr. Manley has nothing to say himself, but he has a long memory and may inoorparate his feelings in a book of memoirs on the Sherman plan. Ihe true inwardness of what took place in the conference has not yet been de veloped but it is apparent that Harrison is gaining strength and is in the race for all it Is worth. - Arrested on Suspicion. Topeka, Kas., Nov. 21. William Hiddy has been arrested at Mount Ayre; lows, on suspioion of being the murderer of Albert Applegste, a well-to-do Norton oounty farmer, found dead in a corn field three weeks ago with two bullets in his head. National Lead Company Dividend New fork, Nov. 21. The directors of the National Lead company have de elarsd the regular quarterly dividend of 1 per oent on preferred atooK, payable on December l. MURDERER LYNCHED. A Negro Strung Vp Wlthoat Cere mony at Midnight for Killing a White Han. Knoxville, Tenn., Nov. 21. Charles Hard, the negro who killed Jaspar D. Kelly, a young whits man, ten days ago, wss taken from jail at Wartburg, the oounty seat of Morgan oounty, and lynohed at midnight by 200 masked men. The jailer refused to opsn ths jail door and it was opened with a sledge hammer. Jailer Tanglsy, nndsr threats, gave np ths oall keys. Ths negro was taken from ths eell, dragged to a tres and strong up. Irian Leader Harried. London, Nov. 21. John Dillon, the well known Irish leader, was married this morning to Miss Matthew, daughter of Justice Matthew. The pope bestowed his blessing. FAITH IN THE "HEALER." The Mysterious Han Still Missing Will He Hetnrn f-People Who Proclaim His Magic Power. Denver, Nov. 21. All efforts to disoovr er the whereabouts of Franois Schlader, the mountain messiah and healer, who disappeared . from this city during the night of the 13th, have proved unavail ing. It is claimed by many of Sohlader's friends that he has simply withdrawn to some remote point iu the fastnesses of the mountains at the command of "tbe Father," and that hn will soon return ancl take up the work set for him to do. TTiere are hundreds who bear testimony of the benefits derived from the treat ment by this mysterious man, but no one expresses firmer belief than 8upt. Dick inson, of the Union Pacific railroad, who avers that he was cured of deafness by touching the messiah's hand. The faith of Supt. Dickinson in the healer is shared by thousands throughout the Rooky mountain region who have either been cured or greatly benefited by his mysteri ous power. A BOSTON TESTIMONIAL. Boston, Mass. A special to the Stand ard from Westfleld, Mass., says: "Yes, sir, I am a well man to-day. A month ago I was dying from consump tion, but thanks to the magio hand of Franois Sohlader I am well again." This interesting announcement was made by Edward 0. Lynch, who has just returned from Denver, whither he went for the purpose of seeking relief "at the hands" of the new "messiah." Mr. Lynoh had been suffering for sev eral yearB from a deep-seated pulmonary trouble, and announced his intention of leaving town. He was so weak that his folks at first were disinclined to allow him to make the journey. But he per sisted, saying he knew Sohlader would cure him. He relates his experience as follows: "I reaohed Denver on Ootober 28, and it took me three days to reaoh Mr. Schlader. I Baid when I reached his Bide: 'Mr. Schlader, I am a sufferer from lung trouble.' He did not answer, but simply took my hands in his, and looking me in the eyes a moment, finally let me go and rnbbed my chest. Then he grasped a handkerchief I held out to him, and after that I walked away. "In about an hour after I began to feel like a new man. Sohlader, to speak plainly, is a great physician Bnd minister combined, and when I was reoeiving his ministrations the perspiration stood out on me like glass beads. . "Now, all my cough is gone and I feel as strong as Ajax." Ureater Than Ever. Milwaukee, Nov. 21. More iron ore has been shipped during the present year from the ranges in the Lake Superior district, inoluding tbe Geogbio, Besse mer, Menominee, Marquette, Nesaba and Vermillion, than during any other entire year in the history of ore mining in Wis consin, Miohigan and Minnesota. The shipments up to November 1, this year, amounted to 9,345,741 tons, and before the cloBe of navigation, whioh will not be until early in December, the total ship ments will, it is said, reach the 10,000,000 point., ' Schools for Negroes. . Columbia, S. C, Nov. 21. The conven tion has finished consideration of the educational artiole and it was ordered to a third reading. A proposition was in serted providing for the establishment of industrial, meohanioal and normal schools for negroes. The state already has a college for them in connection with tbe Claflin university, but the two will be divorced and the state assume entire con trol. It is also provided that dispensary profits outside of what is given to coun ties and municipalities shall be applied to the Bohool funds, it is probable it will be amended to inolude penitentiary profits. DEAD BODY OF A WOMAN. Harks of Choking and Beating VIs- Ible-'fhe Husband Arrested for the Harder. Ashland, Ky., Nov. 21. The dead body of Mrs. James DeWitt was found in the woods six miles beyond Grayson last night with a shawl tied tightly around ber throat and face and markB of ohoking and beating plainly visible. The woman's husband found the body. He has been arrested charged with the murder. He claims that his wife committed suicide. Uortaary Jtecord. Washington, Nov. 21. Senor Augusto de Seguira Thedim, the Portuguese min ister to the United States, died this morn ing of congestion of the lungs. New lorn. ine nooy oi uaiveri vaux, the landscape gardener, who disappear ed on Tuesday night, was found in the bay near Bcnzonhurst to-day. Vaux had been suffering from nervous prostration. Cowles, Isle Wight. Henry Ponsomby, former private secretary to Queen Vic toria and keeper of the privy-purse, died this morning of paralysis. ... CHICAGO CONFLAGRATION. An Immense Blase 1st Progress oi Canal Street-Flamea Spreading 1,08 May Reach a Million Dollars. Chioago, Nov. 21. A fire broke out on the fifth Boor of the Springer blook, Nob. 175 to 181, Canal street, at 8 o'clock this afternoon and in a half hour it was be yond eontrol. It is sstimated that ths loss will be from tSOC.OOO to $600,000, The building was oooupted by Charles Emerlok's furniture oompany. The fire spread to the adjoining build ing, oooupied by the Shaker A Oarqueville Lithograph oompany, the Banner Waist oompany and other firms. Over 800 girls were employed in the bailding and they fled in a panto. All escaped. ' On this building and its eon- tents ths loss is estimated at from $850, 000 to $100,000. 4 p. m. The fire has spread to ths ad joining building snd It looks as if the entire bioci wouia ouro. me inss may reaoh over $1,000,000. CONSTANTINOPLE AFFAIRS Matters Political Not as Bright at the Turkish Capital as Reported Yesterday. BABR1 PASHi THE DISTURBING ELEMENT The Powers Do Not Relish His Ap pointment to a High Military Com mandAlarm Prevailsat Alep poForeign Fleet. Copyrighted 1895 by Associated Press. Constantinople, Nov. 21. Matters pol itical do not look as bright to-day as they did yesterday. Once more Bahri Pasha is the disturb ing element. This notorious official made himself bo conspicuous by his cruelty to the Armenians and by the mal administration of his district when gov ernor of Van, that the British ambassador insibted upon his removal and the sultan removed him, but deoorated him with the order of Osmanien and complimented him upon his efforts to suppress disorder. Now Bahri Pasha has been appointed the military commander of the Aleppo district. The representatives of the powers dis cussed the matter from all the stand points and joined in a note to the Turk ish government, saying that they can not answer for the consequences which might ensue should the Armenians of Keitoun be massacred after their surrender, whioh the Armenian patriarch, at the instance of the representatives of the powers, is en deavoring to bringabonttopreventfurht er bloodshed. A dispatch from Aleppo says that the greatest alarm still prevails there. Hurried and frequent councils of the ministers are being held at the palace and some plain language is said to have been used by the sultan. That a sweeping out of the present cabinet is contemplated nobody doubts. The British fleet is still at Salonica. The French and Italian fleets are at Smyrna. THE BANNOCKS WIN. federal Court In Wyoming llecides that the 't reaty Wives the Indians Hunting Privileges. Denver, Nov. 21. A special to the Times from Cheyenne, Wyo., says: Fed eral Judge Biner to-day released, upon a writ of habeas corpus, Racehorse, the Ban nook Indian arrested for violating the Wyoming laws in Jaokson Hole. The court decided that the Indians have the right, under their treaty, to hunt in Wyo ing. Alamosa Will Have a Hanging. Denver, Nov. 21. The supreme court to-day refused a supersedeas in the case of Abe Taylor, convioted of murdering the marshal of Alamosa, and sentenced him to be hanged on December 8. Killed Over a IMsputed Claim. Lewiston, Idaho, Nov. 21. It is re ported a real estate agent named Hughes has been shot and killed on the Nez Perces reservation in a dispute over a claim. The principal townsite is about forty miles from here. THIS HAIIKKT8. New York, Nov. 21. Money on oall nom inally at V2 2 per oent; prime mercan tile paper, i Silver, 67; lead, $ 3.10. Kansas City. Cattle receipts, 2,000; shipments, i,700;market steady to strong; Texas steers, $2.40 $3.25; Texas cows, $1.75 $2.20; beef steers, $2.20 $1.10; native cows, $1.25 $3.25; stookers and feeders, $2.65 $3.60; bulls, $1.90 $2.60. Sheep receipts, 1,000; shipments, 300;marketsteady;lambs, $3.00 $1.15; muttons, $2.35 $3.35. Chioago. Cattle, receipts, 10,000, in cluding 1,000 Texans and 1,500 westerns; market for best, aotive to strong; beeves, $3.20 $1.90; cows and heifers, $1.60 $8.60; Texas steers, $2.70 $3.35; west erns, $2.90 $1.00; stookers and feeders, $2.25 $3.70. Sheep, receipts, 11,000; market steady to strong. Chioago. Wheat, November, 66 ; De cember, 56.. Corn, November, 27; De cember, 27. Oats, November 17; De cember, 17,. Boy Charged With a Triple Murder. Browneville, Ore., Nov. 21. Lloyd Montgomery, 18 years old, son of John Montgomery, !b under arrest charged by the coroner s jury with tbe murder or his father and mother and D. S. McKeecher, found shot to death in Montgomery's house. Two Years for Election Frauds. Kansas City, Nov. 21. Wallace O. Mil ler, clerk for a justice of the peace, Owen W. Krueger, has been found (guilty at In dependence of having committed fraud while officiating as a judge of election in November, 1891. The jury fixed Miller's punishment of two years in the peniten tentiary. Gold Ordered for Export. New York, Nov. 21. Baring, Magoun Co. have ordered $500,000 in gold at the sub-treaeury for shipment on Saturday, They say they will probable increase the ensaeement to $1,000,000. - Muller, Hchall uo. state that they will probably forward $500,000 in gold on Sat urday unless they can seoure bills. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. Secretary Morton Has Started on a Western Trlp-Kalghts or Labor Hlspnte Adjusted Powderly Under Suspension. Washington, Nov. 21. Secretary Mor ton left for the west to-day, expecting to be absent about two weeks. Most of the time will be spent in Chicago. The Knights of Labor general assembly to-day gave formal recognition of the financial indebtedness of the order to the Oooer D' Alene miners, trust fund. At the time of the tronble in the mines, the relief fund was contributed. This, it is said, was used for meeting the expenses of the order instead of going to Idaho Assembly No. 13. The decision admit ting the jostioe of tbe claim closes a long oontroversv. The assembly has eleeted J. A. Wright, of Philadelphia, past gen eral master workman. This office would have been held by Powderly had not he been under suspension. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Mm Absolutely pure NEW MEXICO NEWS. Antelope are said to be fatter this year than for several years. The indications are that more acres will be planted in orchards this winter than in any two previous winters in the his tory of Chaves oounty. Dr. Edmund Y, Meyer, physioian and surgeon of St. Louis, who is now iu El Paso servine Paquin's famous anti-tuber cle serum, is also deputized to select at El Paso or Las Cruces a site for a large sanitarium. El Paso Times. At Cheyenne, Wyo., the other day, Billy Lewis, the pugilist, who kftocked Flynn out here, and "whom Flynn afterward knocked out nt Gallup, was everlastingly mauled by William Harrington, a private in the 8th U. S. infantry, stationed at Fort Russell. Las Vegas Optic The Roswell Record says: "The mur derers, Aragon and Gonzales, were sen tenced to hang December 6, when notice of appeal was given. As a matter of faot, the appeal will only delay the fatal day, the sentence will not be changed by the higher court." The statement in the Optic the other evening, concerning the woolen mill ma chinery to be sold at Topeka for freight oharges, has aroused considerable inter est at Las Vegas, developing into a move ment which may result in buying the ma chinery and establishing the mill at that place. It will largely depend on whether the Bale is a bona fide one, or merely in the interest of the present owners. A. A. Douglass has just finished paint ing, papering and deo'oratiug the resi dence of John W. Poe, whioh, by the way, is the handsomest and only strictly up-to-date home in this end of the valley. The residenoe contains ten rooms, bath room, pantry, store room, etc., and IB supplied throughout with hot nnd cold water and is heated by steam. itoswen Reoord. M. M. Salazar said while in Denver last week that he was surprised to see the number of people that nocked to see the "heBler." He said there was a crowd of not Ibsb than 6,000 people in one con tinuous string, and he further states that he saw a girl from Omaha who came there on orutohes, and that the "healer" rubbed her hand a few times and she threw away her crutches and walked as well as any one. Springer Stockman. A party of capitalists from La Junta went up on Tuesday to visit the Hematite with a view of making tin investment. One of the parties was so well pleased with the prospects that he came back and returned with n gentleman well versed in mining matters. The supposition is there will be some great developments in that part of Baldy. These gentlemen are satisfied that with proper work the Hema tite will yield a valuable remuneration. J The mBny object lessons given at this r term of the distriot court appear not to : have a deterring effect on bnrglars at large. Last night t $ hardware store of Solon E. Rose & Co. wbb entered from the rear and a shotgun and a dozen revolvers were oarried away. 1'he shotgun is a 12-1 gauge hammerless make, lhe value ot th9 stolen goods is estimated at about $100. Albuquerque uitizen. It is to the shame of this county that the fiends incarnate, executed at Santa Fe yesterday, were citizens of San Miguel. And to think that Jesus Vialpando, the worst of the lot, should have been a con stable, appointed by thu county commis sioners in 1889; a justico of the peace, elected by the people in 1890; and a school director, elected in 1892. San Miguel county needs to be more careful as to the character of men she places in office. Las Vegas Optic. The bodies of Jesus Vialpando and Feliciano Chavez, the mortal remains of the men whose neoks were legally stretched in Santa Fe before breakfast yesterday morninir. arrived in Las Vegas this morning and were taken to Rincon de la Tablason, about seven miles out from the oity, where interment was made. Money had been raised by annsonption for the Durpose at the desire of members of the families of the now deoeased. Las Vegas Optic. Gross. Blackwell & Co. shipped in to day a car load of as fine buck sheep as Academy OUR LADY OF LIGHT, COHDOOTBS BY THE SISTERS OF LORETTO, SAHSTTA. FB, 1TBW MHXIOO. TKKMt:-Board and tuition, per month, MO.OO Tuition of day scholars, 4 to (! per month, according to srade. Music, instrumental and vocal, painting in oil and water colon, on ehlna, etc., form extra charges. For prospeotus or further information, aipl.v to Bafcin oau be found in the country. They are of the national delanes and Spanish merino breeds, all registered. These breeds, it is claimed, are hardy enough to stand all the rough weather on the plains of New Mexico. The wisdom of improv ing the Hocks of sheep here can be Been from the fact that the offsprings of these fine bucks with our native sheep will yield from seven to ten pounds of wool, while the native sheep yields but from three to fonr pounds each. These par ticular buoks were bought from E. W. Lee, of Ohio, and some of the largest of them weigh J 80 pounds. Among the purchasers of a portion of this flock are Wm. Roy, of Mora, Reitz fc Johnson Bros., of Gallup, and Walter Long, of San Miguel county; all of whom will use them to improve the large flocks they already have. Jhe bucks wi remainV a few days in the corral oa the east side of the Santa Fe's traoks before being driven to their respective homes. Las Vegas Optic. S. H. Elkins, manager of Senator Elk ins' mining properties in the Ortiz grant, came down Monday In company with Geo. W. MoGee, of Chicago, and both gentlemen are in the oity to-day. .Mr. McGee was Bent out by the senator to ex amine the Cunningham mine, and he is more than pleased with the prospects. He says it is more thnu a mine a mountain of ore, every port of wbioh as says. All the gold is not free, however, and a different process for treating the ore is being considered. There appears to be no doubt of finding abundant water by 'boring at the mine, and the new plant will likely be located there. Albuquer que Citizen. The twenty-four Isleta Indians, under Oapt. Juan P. Lente, have returned from the east. All are in excellent health and spirits and appear to have been benefited by the trip financially and otherwise. The Indians will talk for weeks to come about the wonders of the big pueblo on the Mississippi. The Indian girls learned to cook hog and hominy and had their hands full in trying to steer clear of the apostles of Jeffersonian simplicity in that state. Aside from a financial stand point, the trip has been a successful one in advertising the products and possibili ties of the Rio Grande valley. They connterncted to a great extent the war path redskin representations and wild and woolly west shows and gave a pic ture of the country as it is. Their ex hibits of grains, vegetables and truits brought out much inquiry that can not fail to benefit this valley. A growing bunoh of fourth crop alfalfa excited muoh interest. ThaiikNgiving Proclamation. In pursuance of the well known custom of returning thanks to the Giver of all Gifts for the blessings bestowed upon us, and in thankful consideration of the copious and bounteous rainB, which He in His all wise toe rev has bestowed upon the people of this territory during the past year, granting to them a plentiful harvest and a season unprecedented iu the history of New Mexico; In acknowledgement of our indebted ness to Almighty God for the manifold blessings and mercies vouchsafed to the people of our territory, I earnestly recom mend that TBUltBDAY, THE 28lH DAY OF NOVEM BER, 1895, be set apart and observed as a day of thanksgiving and prayer. On that day, let ub assemble at our respective places of worship, and with grateful praise and thanksgiving, confess our responsibility to God, theCreater of all, and renew our determination to live better and more upright lives in the years to come. May we not forget to comfort the siok, cheer the unfortunate, and manifest charity towf.rds all. Given under my hand and the great seal of the territory of New Meiioo, at the executive office at Santa Fe, on this, the 13th day of November, in the year of Our Lord, One Thonsnnd, Eight Hundred and Ninety-five, and the one hundred and twentieth year of our American Inde pendence. W. T. Thobnton, Governor of New Meiioo. By the Governor: LoniON Milleb, ' Seoretary of New Meiioo. s. Mother FranciscaLamy, Superior.