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SANTA FE, N. M.. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1895 NO. 232 VOL.32. NEW A light, ft bright light, a flood of light, on the subject of hardware is reflected by our stock. It is enough to buy a range if you don't mind what it is and don't care what yon pay for it. Ranges differ great ly, and the buyer should be careful to, avail herself of the latest improvement thus insuring satisfactory results in every sort of cooking. We are showing ranges and stoves that are voted a luxury in every kitohen where they are introduced, and the price need not tronble you a bit. Come here for your stoves and hardware, if you want to save money. W. H. GOEBEL, : Catron Block - Santa Fe. CHAS. WAGNER, DEALER IN FURNITURE QUEEMSWARE 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. FANCY H&VIUND CHI, Out Glass Ware, Cooking Ranges and all the latest novelties m household furnishings. Prices Cut 50 Per Cent. SPECIALTIES CLUB HOUSE CANNED FRUITS CLUB BOUSE CANNED VEGETABLES CLUB HOUSE OLIVE OIL CLUB HOUSE OLIVES CLUB HOUSE CATSUP " iCLUB HOUSE DEVILED MEATS r CLUB HOUSE JAMS t EXTRA FANCY FRENCH PEAS EXTRA FANCY MUSHROOMS EXTRA FANCY BULK OLIVES EYTRA FANCY PICLKES EXTRA FANCY MINCEMEAT These goods are the finest to be had in the market. We have just received a large shipment way down. Our Bread, Pies and Cakes are better TELEPHONE S3. IFYOV WANT , IWINELL: ;-.3TABUSHED 1845 fOR SALE BY smKimir . -QrzL lumber, 8.-8, BEATY, DEALER IN M-.il'-.Fir-. tains PRODUCE, TABLE LUXURIES, FLOUR, FEED, Knowing what the trade of Santa Fe demand I have seleoted the bestlineof Btaple and Fancy Grooeries I could find. My special ties are to sell the beat good at a reasonable profit. We are only competitors with the best goods. . V . The Prices Tell The Quality Sella G-IVB US A OAXjTjI, Corner Bridge Is Water Sta. TELEPHONE 40. Jllr MO W TT A "R TITI APt! """"""""' " ' TINWARE AND STOVES, In this line I have just received a large invoice for you to se lect from. See for yourself. of fancy goods of all kinds. Prices than ever. MULLER & WALKER NEW BAKERY y t'rrnli Bread, Pie an Cakes. EVERY KAY. Anything In this Line Made to Order. m DOORS, AND WINDOWS. LUMBER & GRAIN WORK OF THE CRUEL FLAMES Chicago Visited by Another Destruc tive and Death Dealing Conflagra tion this Morning. BRAVE FIREMEN BURIED IN THE RUINS Girls Jump from Fourth Story Win- dowsHeroio Deed of Capt. Her manson Saves a Girl's Life Cheered by the Crowd. Loss $400,000. Chioago, Nov. 22. In a fire at Van Buren and Market streets this morning soveral persons were injured. Nellie Turner, jumped fro - thiH story window; will die. -" Kittie Landgraf, jumped froiri a fourth story window; will probably die. Harry Neil, jumped from fourth story; may die. Each received internal injuries. The fire broke out in the seven story terra ootta building, Nos. 276 to 278 Mar ket street and extending in an "L" to Van Buren street. The first and seoond floors were occu pied by Stein & Beir, slothing; the third and fourth by Henry Newman, clothing; the fifth by the Amazon Clothing com pany; the sixth by Fallows & Co., collars and cuffs; the seventh by Towneend A Uale, clothing and dry goods, and the Na tional Thread company. The building will probably be entirely destroyed with its contents. Kuhn, Nath an fc Fisher own the building. Each firm employed women, who were thrown into a panic Some of the girls climbed out of the windows and jumped. Nellie Turner commenced to descend the flre escape. Officer Flaherty started up to aid her, but he was too late. She suddenly lost her balance and fell head long to the street. Offloer Flaherty tried to catoh her, but oould not reaoh her. The building cost $150,000; insured for $120,000. OBIOIN OF THE FTBE. The fire started on the fourth floor, it is thought in the rooms occupied by Stein & Bier. The thirty girls employed there made frantio efforts to escape. 1 be janitor led as many as he conld induoe to aooompany him to the main stairway and they reaohed the street without injury. Those who remained be hind faired worse. Aggie McLean, Hattie Breunan, Edna Rittert, Mary Finto and Olga Keller were overoome by the smoke, but will recover. John Uruenheimer is missing. Olga Keller ran to the fourth story window overlooking Van Buren street, threw np the sash, climbed out on the ledge, dinging with one hand to the narrow strip of wood on the outside of the sash. She aaw a few feet below a ladder an which two firemen stood and prepared to jump. , CAPTAIN HMBMANSON A HEBO. "Wait, don't lamp," shouted Captain Hermansoo, who had almost reaohed the window. Great volumes of smoke ponred out of the window and her form was entirely obsoured. Captain Hermanson almost reaohed the window when he heard the girl scream and saw her reel and release her hold on the window siding. She had been over oome by smoke. Captain Hermanson braced himself, and, as the unconscious form dropped, he seized it with his right arm. The effort nearly oost him bis own life, for he nar rowly esoaped falling. From bundreds of throats oheers were heard as the brave oaptain desoended the ladder with his human burden. The girl was unoonsoious, but the phy sicians say that she will reoover. SIX BBAVS FIBEMEN BUHNED. The loss on the building and to tenants is estimated at $400,000. A few minutes before 1 o olook the seo ond and third floors fell carrying with them the first. On the latter were Capt. Louis Feine, his lieutenant and four linemen. All were buried in the basement and are probably killed. NAMES Of THE FIBEMEN BDBIED. The firemen buried are: Capt. Louis Feine, Martin Down, Patrick MoDonald, John Prendergaet, David McNally and Martin Sherrick. London and Parts Stock Market. London, Nov. 22. Business on the stock exohange to-day opened firm, but later it relapsed on forced sales here and in Paris. There was one failure here others are feared. -, Paris. On the bourse to-day business ooened with a good tendency, but soon weakened. Wold Strike In Alaska. Seattle, Nov. 22. Advices from Alaska, received by the steamer City of Alaska, state that another rich strike has been made in the Birch Creek diatrict. In two ard a half days' Dick Lowe washed out $130 with a gold pan, his largest nugget weighing $53. Noted Tailor Dead. London, Nov. 22. John Bedfern, the well known tailor, is dead. Will Pay Honors to Debs. Chicago, Nov. 22. Nearly 1,000 repre sentatives of labor organizations of Chi caso left on a special train for Wood' stook, III., to-day to give a reception to Engene V. Debs when be leaves the jail Arrangements bsve been made for meeting to-night at whioh Debs will speak upon "Personal liberty. DENVER CATCHES ON. Bealialng that Cripple Creek Mar Hoom Paeblo or Colorado Uprings, the lneen City Decides to Take Action. Denver, Nov. 22. The Denver Cham' bar of Commerce, realizing that Colorado Springs or Pueblo may beoome danger ous rival of this city if an air line rail road oooneotion between Denver and Crip nla Greek is not established, has resolved to organise a oompany and build an inde pendent railroad to the great gold oamp as soon as possible, unless the Denver fc Rio Grands, Colorado Midland or South Park begins the construction of such a line immediately. Father O't'onnell Honored. Rome, Nov. 22. Father O'Oonnell, of Bostou, has been chosen' by the propa ganda to be the new rector of the Amer loan oollege here. Preacher Adjudged Insane. Boston, Nov. 22. Rev. Frank Hyat Smith was adjudged insane in the , oirouit court to-day and will be com mitted to the Washington federal insane asylum. - WORK FOR THE HANGMAN. A Woman Strangled to Heath In Chi cago for at Few Dollars The Hue lmnrt Charged with the Crime. Chicago, Nov. 22. To obtain $15 the life was strangled out of Mrs. Maggie Breckmann last night, and her husband, Hugo Breokmann, is charged with the crime. The oouple lived in a flat. This morn ing Mrs. Anna Spencer, occupying a flat in the same building, found Bre ,'vtoann in the corridor calling: "Some one has killed my wife." Opening the door he pointed to his wife lying on the bed dead, with her clothes torn and her neok bruised. Under the be.d lay a twisted towel show ing that it had been used to strangle the unfortunate woman. Feeding Live NtopU. Omaha, Nob., Nov. 22. Farmers and stock feeders are taking advantage of the low price of grain and will toed the great er portion of it to their stock. Reports from many counties indicate that every farmer who can possibly afford to do so will hold his grain for higher prices. There is an especially large number of sheep being fed along the line of the Un ion Pacific. There are 75,000 head of sheep at Shelton, and fully 200,000 be tween Sohnyler and Wood River, on the Union Paoifio lines. Other roads in the state make equally good reports. Most of the sheep have been shipped from New Mexioo and Colorado, and will be ready fur the market during the winter months. Cattle are being brought into the Btate in large numbers from the south. 'Frisco Leads. Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 21. The state ment that J. S. Clarkson had written to a friend in Pittsburg, telling him to rent rooms for the National Republican con vention, there being no reservation in the letter, has not been confirmed, and now comes another letter which takes the convention to the Paoifio coast. During a meeting here, at which were present quite a number of Ohio politicians friendly to Gov. MoKinley, it was given out "confidentially" that twenty-one members of the National committee had pledged themselves to San Francisco, and that the railroads had agreed to make $25 round-trip rate. If this be true, San Francisco has only five more mem bers to get to secure the convention. TROUBLES OF A BANKER. . Ex-State Treasurer Breene Arrested Charged with Receiving a Deftoait After His lieaov.f e Hank Had Failed. Denver, Nov. 22. Peter W. Breene, president of the defunct Savings & De posit bank of Leadville, was arrested here to-day, oharged with having received a deposit of $400 from Mrs. N. H. Cunning ham after the bank failed. Joseph A. Lamping, assignee of the bank, has made a statement, giving the assets at $108,977; liabilities, $107,597. Breene borrowed $70,000 from the bank on notes secured principally by mining stocks. TO-DAY'S CONDENSATIONS. If the Canadians' Alaskan boundary ine la established, Juneau wm De in British territory. Residents of Francis Sohlader's old home, Jamesport, L. I., say that the mes siah is daffy. Lawyers are now discussing whether they will let ex-Consul Waller decide whether France may liberate him as an act of comity. The friends of Capt. Guilfoyle show in contravention of the charge that he is given to aristooratio airs that he is not, and that the army is the most democratic sort of organization socially. It has been deoided that where a pen sion has been disallowed for the fraudu lent claims of the would-be penBio'ner the attorney must give back his fee in the oase. - Dan Stuart is in Dallas and has a tele gram from tiorbett whioh indicates that the latter will meet Fitzsimmons at 1 -Paso. Stuart wants to know if El Paso's bonus of f 10,000 is assured in oase it is needed. El Paso is hustling to this end. Kx-Prieat Wanner Released. St. Joseph, Mo., Nov. 22. Ex-Prieat Dominick Wagner was released from jail to-day, all the remaining cases against him having been nolle prossed. He was acquitted of the oharge of embezzlement, and the charges of rape, kidnaping and unlawful conoublnage could not be sus tained without the testimony of his vie tim, now his wife. FUBI0US PKAIRIE FIRES. Prairies of Oklahoma In Flames Blliicard in Progress-Many litves Endangered. Kansas City, Nov. 22. A speoial to the Star from Oathrie, O. K., says: A disss trans prairie fire has been raging in Pot. tawatomie oounty and on the Seminole reservation for three days. k terrific blizzard from the north this morning ia fanning the flames. The fiery torrent is sweeping every thing. Horses and oattle are being burned to death, and, if the wind continues, many lives will be lost. Schlatter Resting Near Boalder. Denver, Nov. 22. Franois Boblader, who mysteriously disappeared in the night eight days ago, ia resting in seolu aion on Joseph Wolf's fruit farm, near Boulder, Colo. The man riding on gray horse in the southern part of the state, who pretends to ue ooniaaer, is an impostor. Sterner Aahore-Captaln Drowned ' San Franoieoo, Nov. 22. The Mer chant's Exchange has a message from Empire City, Ore., stating that the steam' er Banderille ia ashore aonth of the Em plre bar. Captain Winart was drowned ALARM AT CONSTAraOPLE Telegrams, Evidently Delayed by Turkish Officials, Indicate that Americans Are in Danger. : TURKS WISH 10 DISARM THE ARMENIANS Armenians Naturally Object to Being Placed at Mercy of Their Cruel and Treacherous Enemies Powers Again Defied Twenty Vil lages Burned. Copyrighted 1895 by Associated Press. Constantinople, Nov. 22. The general situation in this country continues to in spire the gravest fears. Telegrams reoeived here from Varash late yesterday, apparently considerably delayed by Turkish officials, say that the American and other missionaries there are again in the greatest dangei Advices from Sivaa assert that, as soon as the reinforcement of iurkish troops arrives, the officials will notify the Armenians that they must surrender their arms and ammunition. THE ARMENIANS NATUBALLY OBJECT. The Armenians object, as it would place thorn entirely at the mercy of the Turks. To this the Turks reply that no harm will be done to them as long as they do not resist the authorities, and that, if they refuse to give up their arms, (hey will he foroed to do so. It is asserted that the Turkish officials added that, if they are not satisfied and all the arms and ammnnition are not sur rendered, the troops will be ordered to attaok the Armenians. Members of the diplomatic oorps point to the fact that, as the Mussulmans of Sivns are not to be disarmed, these pro jected measures against the Armenians will create a new danger which may have the gravest oonsequenoes. The Armenians of this city intimate that a surprise for the Tnrks is being prepared at Zeitoun, and that a battle whioh will show that the Armenians are entitled to freedom, at least to self gov ernment, will be fought there. . DEFICIENT IN ABTILLEBT. As, however, the Armenians are defi cient in artillery, it oan not be reasonably ezpeoted that they can offer effective re sistance to a regularly organized expedi tion. It is intimated at the palace that the sultan will refnse the demand of the rep resentatives of Great Britain, Russia, Italy and Austria for the firmans to allow the passage through the Dardanelles to tbis oity of a seoond aispaton Doar, or small gunboat to be attached to eaob of their respective embassies. In case of refnsal the powers may send additional warships here without the per mission of the sultan. TWENTY VILLAGES BTIBNED. Paris. A dispatch to Matin from Con stantinople, published to-day, says that twenty villages have been burned in the northwestern portion of Aleppo and the inhabitants have been massacred. The Kurds are gathering on the borders of the Euphrates, preparing to march into Syria for the purposes of maBsacreing the Christians. Denver Court Clerk (Short. ' Denver, Nov. 22. It is said that the expert examination of the aoconnts of Col. Matt Adams, olerk of the district court, who disappeared after resigning, will show a large shortage. The amount of "fees not returned" is over $5,000. Ex-Oov. Cooper and Charles L. Mc intosh are Adams' bondsmen. Miss. Georgia A. Richards, chief deputy olerk, has been appointed to succeed Adams. THE WASHINGTON BUDGET. Another Bond Issue Not Contemplat ed Menator (Sherman to Uen. Altfer-Hnnting Rights or the Bannocks. Washington, Nov. 22. At the treasury department, no preparations are making for another bond issue, and it can be stated on authority that none is in con templation. The true amount of the gold reserve at noon to-day was $92,300,- 211. BBEBMAN TO ALOEB. "I wrote only the naked truth in my book and they can not weaken it if they oome by hundreds," eaid Senator Sher man to-day, when his attention was oalled to Gen. Alger's letter taking exceptions to the senator's reflection on hia oonduot in the National Republican convention of 1888. "If Gen. Alger wants to keep the matter stirred np he can do so; I have nothing to add to what I have already said." . BIOBI 0T THE BANNOCKS TO BUNT. Commissioner Browning said to-day that the decision of Judge Riner, uphold ing the hunting rights of the Bannock Indians, oonnrms the view or the interior department, that it is not competent for the state of Wyoming to pass any law which would modify, limit or in any way abridge the right of the Indians to hunt as guaranteed by the treaty. BIVENUB OOtiLIOTIONB. The report of the commissioner of in ternal revenue, made publio yesterday, shows the collections for the distriot composed of Colorado and Wyoming to have been $800,211. Of this amount, $286,700 was contributed by Colorado. The New Mexico collection was $21,667, THB HAKKBTH, New York, Nov. 22. Money on call nom inally at 4 ' peroent; prime mercan tile paper, 4 6)4. Silver, 61)4; lead, $8.20. Kansas Oity. Cattle, steady to strong; Texas steers, $2.10 m 13.25; Texas cows, $1.76 $2.66; beef steers, $2.60 $1.60; native cows, si.25 n is SO; stookers and feeders, $2.60 $3.76; bulls, $1.66 $2,86. : Sheep, market steady; lambs, $2.76 $4.26; muttons, $2.00 Q $3.30. Chicago. Cattle, receipts, 65,000, in cluding 2,000. Texans and 600 westerns; market for best, quiet but steady ; beeves, $8.16 $4.90; oows and heifers, f 1.60 $3.60;' Texas steers, $2.70 n js 85; west erna, $2.90 $3.90; stookers and feeders, $2.26 $8.70. Sheep, reoeipts, 6,000; market steady. Chicago. Wheat, November, 65, "6; De csmber, 66 66. Corn, November, 27; December, 27 bid. Oats, November, 17-)4; December, 17li B 17, bid. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report j ABSOLUTELY PURE SIERRA COUNTY MINES. About Some of the Pay Properties in Southwestern New Mexico Min ing: and Milling: Output of Hillsboro Gold Mines. Work on the Eighty-five shaft has been temporarily suspended. The ontpat of the Hillsboro gold mines for .the week ended November 11 was 525 tons. W. V. Hall has some men at work on the Little King extension of the Oppor tunity mine. Arthur Hughes and W. Wilson are en gaged in preparing the Morning Star mine for furthtr development. Tressel & Co. are stoping out the large bodies of milling ore left in the El Oro mine by previous operations. The Homestako mill at Hillsboro is rnnning regularly and doing the closest work yet done in this district. Contractors Rnssell & McClaren are making rapid progress with the Wicks shaft and we may look for the opening of another shaft level early next month. The smelter proposition has not fallen through as generally reported; in fact the necessary capitul is nearly all subsoribej and active operations will commence here early in 1896. Manuel StBpleton, of Hillsboro, left for San Mateo mountains this week, to in spect a rich copper discovery that he be lieves will be found to run profitably in silver and gold as well. . E. Collard has been placed in oharge of the Good-Hope Bonanza mining property and mill at Hillsboro. Mr. Collard will run the mill on custom ores, but will not renew operations at the mine at pres ent. At the Percha mine Macy & Hall are taking out a considerable quantity of lead oarbonate ore. They have one mag nifioent specimen of wulfenite, an aggre gation of orystnls weighing over 100 pounds. Supt. Williams will soon make a great mine of the Wicks ; his plans are thorough and oomprehensive and the work done is lasting and of the finest technical ex cellence. It takes time to make a mine of a mere prospect, bnt so far as business like energy and push oan expedite the prooess is shown in the phenomenal pro gress of the Wicks. Ore rnnning from eight to twelve onnces gold per ton, nnd in considerable quantity, has recently been taken out of the Homestake-Trippe mines. This from a property that has been idle and more or less considered worthless for years, is significant and cheering to our mine owners generally. Mr. John B. Farrish is expeoted to ar rive here next week for the purpose of making au examination into the condi tion of the Opportunity and Snake group of mines. His business will be to outline n nlnn for the nroner develonment of these great properties, which have al- ready prodnoed over a $1,000,000 in gold, silver and copper. Very extensive ohanges are contemplated by the new owners in both mining and reduction plants, and enough capital will be invest ed in permanent improvements to insure the best possible results. Under such conditions these mines must soon be oome the most produotive in the terri tory. Hillsboro Advocate. NEW MEXICO NEWS. New and comfortable residences are go ing up in every direction in Raton. The Hematite gold mining" camp in Colfax county ia looming up as a gold producer. The Pacifio Gold oompBny's mill at Silver City is running day and night upon ore from the company's mine at Pinos Altos, worked under lease by Spiller and MoLean. The brick work on the addition to the Silver City National bank building is completed. When the glass front is pnt in place it will make a fine appearance and be quite attractive. Academy OUR LADY OF LIGHT, CONDUOTID IT THE SISTERS OF LORETTO, . SA1TT.A. IFBJ, 1TI1W MUXIOO. TERMS ; Board and tuition, per month. IN.M; Tuition of day soiolnr, to as per month, according; to grade. Musio, instrumental nnd vocal, painting- in oil and water colon, on china, etc, form extra oharge. For prospectus or further information, apply to Powder John Hill, the contractor and builder, has been awarded the contraot for the Fort residence at Las Vegas costing in the neighborhood of $3,000 and being located immediately rorth of Pastor Lay to n'B. Las Vegas is quite a chicken town says the Optic. Unless one has thought of it, he will be greatly surprised to walk about the streets and see the number of fowls in almost every vancant lot. They all look well, too; and many of them show Hoou blood. Wednesday evening, at the elegant and hospitable home of Col. J. W. Dwyer, a handsome reception was tendered W. E. Symons, late master mechanic of the A., T. & S. F. and last spring a year ago eieoted mayor of this oity. Raton Range, The ropes for the Vialpando-Chavez hanging in Santa Fe were procured in Kansas City with the hangman's nooses already tied, according to Hoyle. Sheriff Hilario Romero, of this county, brought a piece of one of them home with him and he may be able, one of these days, tu return the compliment to Sheriff Cun ningham, of Santa Fe county. Las Ve gas Optic. MURDERED AND ROBBED. The Unknown Found Dead Xear Nntt Believed to Be W. L. Cheney, of Las duces. On Wednesday the New Mexican print ed a telegram from Nutt station, Dona Ana connty, stating that the body of an unknown man had been found in a pool near there. Word now comes from Dona Ana county that the victim is believed to be W. L. Cheney, of Las Cruces. Cheney and his brother have been liv ing on the Hadley place for some time. Last Saturday the yonng man left with a saddle-horse and pack mule for a hunting trip in the Black Range. On Sunday night he camped near Nutt station, where he was seen by a passing train crew. On Monday morning he was found dead, ly ing on his back with his throat out from ear to ear. The description given leaves no doubt in the mind of the elder Cheney that the murdered man is his brother. As no mention of the animals is made in the meagre reports received from Nutt, it seems probable that the murder was committed for plunder and that the horse, mule and hunting outfit were taken by the assassin. Cheney must have been at tacked while aBleep. GOLD WITHDRAWALS. five Million Dollars' Worth of the Yellow Stutr Ordered for port J o-iiiorrow. New York, Nov. 22. The assistant treasurer and superintendent of the assay office have been authorized by the treas ury department to Bell to gold exporters gold bars at 1-10 of 1 per cent premium. This covers the cost of melting the bul lion into coin. Five millions in gold have been en gaged for shipment to-morrow. Special I'.xoursion Kntes, TO EL PASO, TEXAS, AND CUIDAD JUAREZ, MEXICO. GRAND ANNUAL FIESTA, In honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the Patron Saint of Mexico. Commencing December 8, 181)5, and continuing until January last, 1896. GRAND BULL FIGHTS, Horse races, bicycle races, cocking mains and all kinds of games. FAMOUS OHABBITA MEXICANA Only lady bull fighter in the world. For particulars call on agents of the " Santa Fe Ronte," E. Copland, G. A., El Paso. Tex. H. S. Lutz, Agent, Santa Fe, N. M. Mother Francisca Lamy, Superior.