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ANTA FE DAILY NEW MEXICAN:
SANTA FE, N. M.. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1895 NO. 234 VOL.32. Smooth talk is their speoialty. A good work is to be done. That means a genu ine steel article suoh as we carry in onr ; stock. There are no better irons than ' these in this country, and none sold at a Kelt npiflA tnr hnvArM. AlWRVS MDlfl to wcin-i j'tivw aw " j - ns for genuine goods at hard pan priees. Cheap articles of hardware are not cheap dear that baying them is wasting money. Ynn can't cat the worth of your money ! ont of them. We don't carry shoddy oheap goods, bat real oheap goods. W. H. COEE3EL, catrcn biock - sama re. CH AS. WAGNER, ; ; . I : y,.. y - . - , DEALER IN FURNITURE QUEEISWARE I have a full line of Picture Frame XT AUTIHV ARE. and Mouldings and in fact everything in the household line. I will furnish vou from the parlor to the kitchen on easy payments. I carry the largest stock in the city. I repair all kinds of furniture. FANCY R&VIUND CHI, Cut Glass Ware, Cooking Ranges and all the latest novelties m household furnishings. Prices Cut 50 Per Cent. SPECIALTIES CLUB HOUSE CANNED FRUITS CLUB HOUSE CANNED VEGETABLES CLUB HOUSE OLIVE OIL CLUB HOUSE OLIVES V CLUB HOUSE CATSUP CLUB HOUSE DEVILED MEATS CLUB HOUSE JAMS 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 hare just reoeived a large shipment way down. Onr Bread, Pies and Cakes are better TELEPHONE 58. IF YOV WANT t Coffee TteP es DwiNELL; .jE T A BUSHED 1645 ron 9alc by vJsS&JffiiW ' ... HCkZjjL LUMBER, BOOKS, S. S. BEATY, DEALER IN Slai-.Jt-.Fir-. mm PRODUCE, TABLE LUXURIES, FLOUR, FEED, LUMBER & GRAIN Knowing what the trade of Santa Fe demand I hare seleoted the best line of Staple and Fanoy Qrooeries I oonld find. My special ties are to sell the best goods at a reasonable profit. We are only oompetitort with the beat goods. The Prices Tell The Quality Sells C3-IVS1 ITS A OAHiXjI Corner Bride Ss "Water Sts. TELEPHONE 40. TINWARE AND STOVES In this line I have just reoeived a large invoice for yon to se lect from. 8ee for yourself. of fancy goods of all kinds. Prices than ever. MULLER A WALKER NEW BAKERY' Fresh Bread, Pies anil t'nkes. KVKRV WAV. Anything; In this Line Made HAIR, : WINDOWS. NATIONAL CAPITAL BUDGET Washington Rapidly Filling1 Up with Senators, Representatives and Other Statesmen. WILL THE SENATE BE REORGANIZED? Populists, Under Leadership of Sen atqr Peffer, Threaten to Act Inde pendentlyNothing Contra band on Board Detained SohooneT. Washington, Nov. 26. The arrival of a number of senators and members last night and to-day, Including ex-Speaker Reed, has served to increase tl.fe duous sion over the reorganization of the two houses of ooDgress. , The speakership is universally con ceded to Reed. Mr. Henderson and Mr. MoDowell are still the only two candidates for the house clerkship, and it is not believed that any dark horse will develop. Senator Peffer, who is generally re garded as the leader of the third p'.rty, advocates the maintenance of an inde pendent position and it is considered probable that this advice will be followed to the extent of putting a ticket in the field at the beginning of the contest if the Republicans attempt a reorganization of the senate. The Republicans olaim, however, that they will seonre Senator Stewart's vote and that Senator Jones will also proba bly stand with them. These acquisitions would be sufficient to enable the Repub oans to take the organization. It appears altogether probable that the question will be postponed until after the seating of the Utah senators, whioh can not happen until some time in Jan uary or February, depending upon the expedition displayed in their election by the Utah legislature. There will be an effort on the part of some senators to compromise the claims of the silver and anti-silver Republicans in connection with the committee on fin ance by enlarging the committee to eleven and giving the silver men one of the new plaoes and the gold men the other. , AJ8UBAN0K8 FBOM MINI8TEB TEBBEIX,' The latest dispatches to the state de partment from V. 8. Minister Terrell stateB that he is officially assured of the protection of the three ladies at Hadjin. That the provinces have been qaiet dur ing the last three days and that the out look is better. He adds that telegrams from Aintab and Marsovan report that missionaries there are safe and that all of our 172 missionaries in Turkey are now proteoted. The porte, he says, gives assur ances that tranquility will soon be re stored. . NOTHING) OOMIBABAMD ON BOABD. In view of the statement of the deputy oolleotor of customs at Lewis, Del., that thorough search had failed to discover arms, ammunition or men on -board the Joseph W. Foster, the secretary of the treasury to-day ordered the vessels re leased. ' Another Mining Exchange. Colorado Springs, Nov. 25. Another mining stock exohange, the fourth in this oity and the tenth in the state, is abont to be opened here. It will hold calls from 7:80 a. m. to 9 p. m. COMMERCIAL CONGRESS. Trans-Mississippi Congress Organ ised at Omaha To-day-Three Hun dred Delegate Present Ex-ov. l'rlnce Kesponds to Address of Welcome. . Omaha, Nov. 25. The eighth annual convention of the trans-Mississippi con gress convened at 11 o'olook to-day. Pres ident George Q. Cannon, of Salt Lake presided. . Through the terrific storm throughout the west delayed many delegates, 800 faoed the presiding officer when the con vention opened. After prayer by Rev. Frank Crane, President Cannon introduced Mr. I. W. Carpenter, of Omaha, who welcomed the convention in behalf of the business men of the city. v Oov. Silas A, Holoomb performed a similar duty for the state. The band played "Amerioa." Then ex-Gov. Prineo, of New Mexico, responded to the welcome addresses. The convention adjourned two hours for lunch. 'r At the afternoon session, the commit- tees were appointed, credentials examined and the convention regularly organized. Pleaded entity and Sentenced. Leadville, Colo., Not. 25. M. H. Mayor, brought back from Los Angeles, Cat, eharsed with embezzlement by the Jacob Dold Paoklng oompany, pieaaea guiuy to-day and was sentenced to the peniten tiary for one year. WANT TERRELL REMOVED. A Baptist Preacher In Kansas City, Fresh from Tnrkey, Mavagely At ' tacks American minister at ' Constantinople. Jefferson, City, Mo, Nov. 25. Rev. J T. Johnson, D. D., pastor of the first Baptist ohuroh of this oity, ust returned from a three months tour In Tnrkey and the Holy Land, last night, in a sermon on the Armenian troubles made the state ment that American Minister Terrell, ought to be hanged. He deolares that the minister to xuraey nas joiuaa ua mo hammedaa church and is thus aiding the nerseoution and killing of Christians In stead of protecting them. He said that the situation was far worse than reported to the papers, and that Terrell sends out false reports. Rev. Johnston and a party of thirty-four members or. nis enuron have signed a pennon to rreaiaent uieve land to remove Terrell. ' High Class Minstrels. Bowman Young's high olass minstrels are soheduled to give one of their rare entertainments at the court honse in Santa Fe on Thanksgiving night. The songs Ot tms popular company an an new aud catchy and the jokes of the end and middlemen are fresh and original. These eomoinea wiia several both nt ml the nroirrem nartionlarlv at' traotlve; Do not on any account miss this mirth prodnoing performance on inntsaay evening. Killed His Two Children. New York, Nov. 26. Hymen Hetten- host, the well known pugilist and trainer, of Brooklyn, shot and kill his two children and himself last night. The Younger Dumas Dying. Paris, Nov. 25. The Petit .Parisian says that M. Dumas, the yonnger, was seized on Saturday with cerebral conges tion, which Dr. Pozzi diagnosed as a cere bral abscess. The patient was In a coma tose condition last night and is now re garded as in a very grave state. ABOUT THE BIG BRUISERS. Announcement that Fltsslmmons will Certainly Fight Either Cor bett or Ilaher on January 10 Near El Paso. Houston, Tex., Nov. 25. Martin Julian, Robert Fitzsimmons and party ar here. In an interview Julian says Corbett must crawl or accept Stuart's proposition. Fitisimmons has signed the artioles in blank and concedes to Corbett the priv ilege of dictating every detail, only re serving the demand that the light must be to a finish with small gloves. - He will also agree that Corbett and Brady shall select the referee. "There are only two in the present negotiations with Stnart as the middle man," said Julian. "All the fakirs except Corbett and Brady have been discarded, and if there is no fight the people will know who is the ooward. Stuart's proposition oonld be no better, and Corbett must accept or run np his white feather, and I think he has one. We will remain in Texas." THEBB WILL BE A VIOHT JAMUABY 10. Galveston, Texas. Martin Julian said last night: "There will be a fight on January 10, either between Corbett and Fitzsimmons or Maher and Fitzsimmons, and it will take place three and a half miles from 1 Paso. Stuart leaves Dallas to-night for New York to sign with Corbett or Maher." GLOVE CONTEST IN MEXICO. City of Mexico. Great orowds went to Pachuca to witness the glove fight be tween Smith, the champion of Texas, and Clark, a nogro. Smith whipped Clark in fonr well fought rounds. There was an exoittng disturbance at the bnll fight here yesterday afternoon, the audience being enraged at the bad character of the performance. Planks were hurled into the ring, the roof smashed and many people injured. The mob insulted the police, but was finally quelled by the troops threatening to fire. NICARAGUA CANAL SCHEME. The Commission Sent to Investigate Hakes an Adverse Keport, Kstl mating cost at ai3S.47S.H9a. New York, Nov. 25. A special to the Herald from Washington says: A serious blow has been dealt the Nioaraguan Canal oompany project by the report of Nioara guan oanal oommisblon. The report points out that it is neither practicable nor advisable to attempt the const'roetion of the oanal upon the data at . present available. The commission makes a pro visional estimate of the cost at f 183,672, I, or nearly double the Martime Canal oompany's unconditional estimate of $69,893,660. THK HABEKTS. New York, Nov. 25. Money on oall nom inally at 1 2 percent; prime mercan tile paper, Z 5. Silver, 67; lead, $3.20. Chioago. Cattle, receipts, 16,500: In cluding 600 Texans and 1,000 westerns; market, steady to firm; beeves, $3.16 $4.90; cows and heifers, $1.60 & $3.70; Texas steers, $2.76 $3.35; westerns, $2.90 $3.90; stockers and feeders, $2.25 $3.70. Sheep, receipts, 13,000; market strong to 10c higher. Kansas City. Cattle, reoeipts, 5,000; shipments, 1,000; steady to strong; Texas steers, $2.40 $3.45; Texas oows, $1.75 $2.46; beef steers, $3.00 a $4.60; native oows, $1.75 $2.45; stookers and feed ers, $2.30 $3.65; bulls, $1.75 $8.15. Sheep, receipts, 1,500; shipments, none; market, unohanged. Chioago. Wheat, November, 66 ; Deoember, 66J(J 67. Corn, November, 27 Hi Deoember, 21, bid. Oats, November, 17; Deoember, 18, asked. RICH GOLD DISCOVERY. A Mammoth Ledge of Void Bearing quarts Discovered at Van couver. Victoria. San Franoisco, Nov. 25. A special f torn Victoria says that Vancouver, the terminus of the .Canadian Paoifio, has come to the front as a rich gold field. One quartz vein is said to be eighty feet wide. This giant ledge shows on the face of the bluff, where nature haa out the vein right aoross, exposing a hugh body of ore. It can be trace tuny a,uuu teet. Harried In liondon. London, Nov. 26. The marriage of Lieut. Commander W. S. Cowles, a naval attache, to Miss Roosevelt, sister of James S. Roosevelt, secretary of the 17. 8. embassy, took place at St. Andrew's churoh, Westminster, at 2:30 this after noon. ;, . Earthquake Hboek in Colorado. riualair . finln.. Not. 3fi. An earth quake shock lasting fifteen minutes was felt here at 5 a. m. to-day. No damage was done. ' Houses of sjeclallsts Balded. Berlin, Nov. 95. The polioe raided the houses of the socialist members of the reiohstag and other leaders of the social ist party to-day. Ail tnetr letters ana DBoers were empounded. It is reported that this aotion of the authorities is based on an infringement of the Prussian law governing the right of association. 1OAT-0PENIWQBLANK B00Z8 Being satisfied that if yon have onoe used a flat-ooening book, you will al ways use them, and in order to get you to try one the New Xexdoan Printing Co. of Santa Fe, will sail you HAH-S-KAOX BLANK BOOKS, bound in full leather, with patent FLAT-OPENING STUBS, with your name and the number, or letter, of the book on the back in gilt letter, at the following low pno a: S Or. (MO paces) i tfr.(4o Y I; Vtr.iSM il cash Beak s.Bf Journal Ledger 7.e Thev are made with pages 10116 inches, of a good lodger paper with round cornered covers. The book are made in our bindery and we guar, antee every one of them. EFFORTS TO RESTORE ORDER Condition of Affairs at Constantinop'e Reported More Hopeful thau for Days. DISCUSSING DEMAND OF THE POWERS Porte Afraid to Permit More Foreign Warships in Turkish Waters Lest a Naval Demonstration May Be Made Missionaries Are Safe. Copyrighted ISStt by Associated Press. Constantinople, via Sofia Bulgaria, Nov. 25. There is no donbt that efforts are being made to maintain order in the districts where disturbances are threat ened and to suppress disorders where outbreaks have occurred. The governor of Hadjin, who threat ened to burn the convent there and set fire to the barley fields, has, owing to strong representations made to the porte on the subject by Mr. Terrell, been re called and his conduct will be inquired into. DISCUSSING THB DEMAND OW THE P0WEB8. ' The main qnestion now being discussed between the porte and the reprisentatives of the powers is the demand of Great Britain, Italy, Russia and Austria for firmans for the passage through the Dardanelles of extra gun-boats to be at tached to their respective embassies. While admitting that tbe powers pos sets the right to have two guard-ships each in the Bosphorus, the porte con siders that the proposed inorease of the number of foreign war vessels mere, under present conditions, might exoite the Musselmans aud produce an effect far from the one desired by tbe powers. In addition, tbe porte points out, in view of the measures taken to preserve order there, that an increase in the number of guard-ships attached to the embassies is not required. It oan be said upon au thority that this is the substance of the note the porte has sent to the representa tives of the powers. THE VBABS Or THE SULTAN. In politioal circles, the repugnance of the porte to grant firmans is attributed to the belief, said to exist among the Turkish ministers and Abdul Hamid's en tourage, that it would be a sad blow to the dignity of the sultan and a direct proof of a laok of confidence cpon the part ot tne powers in ms aoiuty tu gov ern and maintain order. Behind this, it is claimed, that the Turks fear that the demanded inorease in the number of the foreign guard-ships in the Bosphorus is really only a oloak for an intention of the powers to make a naval demonstration in Turkish waters in case of a renewed disturbance in A.siatio Turkey. AHEBIOAH MIBSIONABIES SAVE. U. S. Minister Terrell has received a dispatch from Aintab annonncing the safe arrival there of the Amerioan mis sionaries belonging to the central Turkey mission. Full protection was afforded them by the Turkish authorities wr en de manded from the porte by Terrill.- 4 Definite information has been received here that the missionaries attached to the station at Kahrput have left that point under an escort for Constantinople. PAPERS CONSOLIDATED. Press and Journal of Chicago Merged Under One management wiin As sociated Press Service. Chicago, Nov. 25. When the Evening Press company was organized by George G. Booth, who purchased the Evening Mail and started the Evening Press, there began in Chioago a new era in newspaper dom, for, after enjoying usual prosperity, nnnitalized at X.500.- 000, purchased the Journal a week ago, John il. Wilson, me jourumo prupnenut, and James G. Soripps, of Detroit, be- nnminfl afriftkhnlrlprfl with Booth. The consolidated paper will be issued this afternoon. Th. .TnniMml nftfld the Associated Press report and the Press that of the United Press. In other words Mr. Booth's "con solidated paper will utilize to the fullest riant t.ha mntnhleHB service of the Asso ciated Press, supplemented with a oom- . 1 - .L. prenensive speoiai service. du iuc United Press loses another paper in Chi cago. Plenty of Snow In Nebraska. Omaha, Nov. 25. From five to ten inohes of snow cover Nebraska to-day. Snow fell all night. While the snow oomes quite late for much benefit to fall ti.al inn r-VA. it will nndanbtedlv save some of these crops and goes far to insure i.., L I good crop oonauions ior tne enriy pnng. rjO-M-TTsTO- SHOW! COURT HOUSE BOWMAN & YOUNG'S HIGH CLASS- MINSTRELS. Nov, 28. THANKSGIVING EVE, Iron't fall to nee It. 2$VandeviUeStars25 Grand Street Parade at Noon. The only perfect minstrel organisation on the road. Don't MISS it. Tickets ea Male at Ireland's Pharmacy Highest of all In Leavening mm ACdOLUTEEV PURE NEW MEXICO NEWS. Likam Brothers threshed 12,000 bushels of oats in Colfax county Hub fall. Mayor J. W. Fleming, of Silver City, following the example of President Cleveland and Gov. Thornton, has also issued a Thanksgiving day proclamation. How abont that due to the murderer or murderers of Dan E. Young in Union county? We are inclined to think it's nil a cine without any foundation. Springer Stockman. H. M. Porter was in Springer on Mon- dav and reported the cattle business boomintr. He informed the Stockman that he has shipped and sold 17,000 head within the last two weeks. In the matter of the assignment of H. Goldberg up at Raton, a court order has been issued to Geo. B. Beringer, the as signee, empowering him to dispose of the stock of goods at retail, for cash. Las Vegas Optic. The Optic reports another case of a sohool director appointing himself a teaoher has occurred out at San Ignacio, Celso Jaramillo being the individual so aooused, he having resigned as director to hold the plaoe that pays. Several waeons, each propelled by four burros abreast, came in Friday from Las Vegas, having been out eleven days. Eaoh wagon was loaded with from 2,000 to 2,300 pounds of freight. They loaded with wool for the return trip. White Oaks Eagle. Late yesterday afternoon E.W. Dobson, master in the case, made final report in the cause of John W. Sohofield, reoeiver, against S. M. Foleom, Bhowing that after deducting the proceeds of the sale of property there is a defioit of $27,413, for which judgment was rendered. Albu querque Citizen. Annus McGillivray, partner of m. Molntosh in the sheep industry, has re turned to Albuquerque from a five months' visit to his old home in Scotland. John Mcintosh, brother of Wm. Mcin tosh, who acoompanied Mr. Mcuuuvray to Scotland, came back with the latter an far as La Junta, Colo., and from there continued on to Denver. A gang of Brazilian gypsies, as dirty a looking mob as one could find in the slnms of London, are camped near Lbb Cruces. They are begging, stealing, horse trading, or any other means of sub sisting outside of work. If they don't vamos pooo tiempo of their own accord a committee may reqnest them to do so. Las Cruces correspondence. Doubtless this is the same outfit recently encamped at Santa Fe. The Enterprise says that the mas querade ball given Friday evening under the auspices of the Daughters cf Rohacca, I. O. O. was the greatest euoce .aver made in Silver City at a masquerade. Fully 400 people were in attendance as participants and spectators, and all pres ent had a hugely enjoyable time. Many of tbe costumes were exceedingly elegant nnd attractive. Hon. Wm. Bfrns, deputy internal rev-' enne oolleotor, who reoently fell air to six hundred thousand ? f f f f f by the convenient oollapse of his ould grand father, in the ould dart, was in the city this week. We applied for a quarter mil lion loan, which was promised as soon as rates of exchange come down. The stuff is still in Ireland. William will not pay exorbitant exohange to bring it over. Silver City Enterprise. Andrew Wilson, of Mescalero, was in town Saturday with a load of the finest apples we have seen this season. They were of tne Bell mower anaureen rippin varieties and met with a ready sale. He now has several tons yet undisposed of. He has one of the most productive apple orchards and vineyards in the territory. The apples brought here averaged about twelve inohes iu circumference and weighed twelve ounces eaoh. The suc cess in apple onlture attained by Mr. Wilson at an altitude of close to ,uuu leei shows what the mountain regions of New Mexioo are oapable of doing in the pro duction of this fruit. wnite uaics uagie. John MoCullough Havana olgars at Colorado saloon. Academy OUR LADY OF LIGHT, CoanvoTBD by THE SISTERS OF LORETTO, S-A.2STT.A. FB, MBXIOO. TKKMtJ : Board and tuition, per month, aUO.OO: Tuition of day scholar. X to S per month, according to grade. Music, intstrnmciitul uud vocal, painting In oil and water colors, on china, etc., form extra charge. For proepeotut or further information, apply to Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report PICK, SHOVEL AND DRILL Active Operations in the Hillslioro Gold District Strikes awl Mining1 Sales in Grant County. The output of the Hillsbors gold mines for the week ended November 21 was 566; total output since Junuary 1, 18!).r, 23,8i!i tons Several big mining strikes are reported id Grant county, some of which, the En- . terprise says, it is not at liberty to pub lish. ' Col. CI. G. Lott, of Albuquerque, has' gone to the Cochiti mining district pre pared to remain the winter developing the Hazel mine. There is a 140 foot tun nel on tbe property now and an ecconrHg ing show of mineral is made. The excellent Hillsboro Advooate an nounces that it ''will begin the year 1 896 with a special issue desoriptive of onr mining resources and presenting, as here tofore, the result of the previous year's operations." The Summit group of mines, the Daven port mines of East Cnmp and the Jim Crow mines, of Carlisle district, Grant county, changed hands this week. The purchasers are Paris and London capital ists, represented by H. W. Child. The price paid runs up into the hundred thou sand dollar marks. Steve Macy is opening up an immense body of lead carbonate ore in the Silver Spoons claim near the Opportunity hill at Hillsboro. The outcrop of this was found many years ago, bnt in following it down the miners left the ore and worked into the barren underlying lime. Since then the claim hns been neglected and underestimated, but it is now ex pected that Hillsboro will soon appear ns a shipper of lead ores in quantity. ThbHillsboro Advooate reports that Wm. L. O'Kelley, who has a lease on the Bonanza mine in Wicks gulch, has struck an eighteen inch streak of $60 ore in the drift, at a depth from the surface of about seventy feet; that Laramy & Dickey are again working the Susan mine in Wicks guloh, and are reported to be doing well; that Scott & Sanders are making another shipment of five ounce gold ore from the Garfield; that Jeff Owens is cross-cutting the Mountain King vein from the end of his tunnel; that within a few days Sept. Hall, of the Opportunity and Snake mines, will com mence some important and extensive work for the repairing and re-opening of those great properties; that the Home stake mill is making a trial run of fifty tons of Wicks ore. If the saving effeoted is satisfactory to Supt. Williams, ,he whole milling product of the mine will be treated there in the future. Pure Blood Is the secret of the restoration to health which Hood's Sarsaparilla givi'3. "It gives me pleasure to recom mend Hood's Sarsa parilla. It haa cured me of many com plaints, and puri fied my blood. 1 was troubled with my liver, had hip N disease and other troubles,with swell- ing ot my ankles. For a long time I had to walk with a cane. For several rii years I wasgradual I had the grip in a breaking down. severe form. I procured six Dottles oi Hood's Sarsaparilla and it built me up. My recovery I owe to Hood's Sarsaparilla. All my ills have gone and I feel like a new person. I sleep wellandeatheartily." Mrs. CHABLOTrB Kelly, Hay wards, Cal. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the only true blood purifier prominrnt ly in the public eye today. Try it. n:tla eure habitual constlps. HOOO S rlllS tloa. Price asc par bo 1 u J Mother Francisca Lamy, Superior.