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ALBUQUERQUE NEW MEXICO, FKI DAY. OCTOBER 13, 1882. NUMBER 297. ) 1 ! I Sha.. 7s First Premium WAY UP COODS AT WAY DOWTJ PRICES. PHELPS & BEWSSETT. jltipilllllllillllllW''11 Lasnu ZüKT S3 "W GOODS SUCCESSOR TO Will have something to say to the readers of The Journal in this space in a day or two. Look out for it ! Í L3 ! í ; 1 n f AAB Gewai We are 'ft fr rf '- 1 "r A i e viuu resjectfully call attention of SGHLITZ Botiois. HiOoüs úricos ! Great inducements to everybody. front St., in building formerly occnpied by " first National Hank. T U M J 4 RELIABLE ESE5C1Í STAMPING Done to Order. -EAGLE GROCERY STORE, CON EIÍBECK, Proprietor. Síap'e ani-Fascj Grsrcrie?. Cigars, Tolsacco, Etc., Y.tc, S'lrsí Xst.ooal Eaak baiidtog. Second street, letwen Gold and BUrer ATenaes. Goods deUrored to any part at ma citsf. Medal at New Albuquerque Territorial NEW ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. JUST RECEIVED AT c&, YOUNG, SJTiEJi; Street. T. J. TRASK. Wholesale and retail dealers in una setting: in new goods every day. SOLE AGENTS FOR 'SI MEXICO- dealers in this city and vicinity to out STYLES. PATTERHS. MRS. C. I SPOOSER, Masonic Block. ÍMÁÜKEE BEER Exhibition t PERUVIAN BITTEBS. A TRIAL OF THESE Peruvian tBitters WILLCOXVICK YOU THAT They are the Best Bitters in the World. ;They Effectually Cure Malarial Diseases, Vitalize the System, And arrest the rarages of DEEADFUL ALCOHOLIC HABIT, DYPSO- MANIA. For Bale by all Druggists and Wine Merchants. IfÉwriifs Beer. THE VERY BEST It Has flo Eaual STOVER, GRAHY & GO. Solo ilgentss. PREUIUL1 GOAL! THE PACIFIC COIL CG'.'?M.Y, Of Albuquerque, received th First Premium at the late Territorial Fair for the BEST BITUMINOUS COAL Just as eood coallas that which took the premium is kept for sale by the company all the time and is Delivered In Every Part of tlie City at 07.00 PER TON ! OFFICE On Front Street Opposite Central Bank. FRANZ HUNING ! CKALEB IX General Merchandise A YD PROPRIETOR OP GLORIETA MILLS. Keeps always om hand a completo assort ment 01 all aorta or mere nan cuse, such at Dry GoOuS, Groceries, Rardware, Crockery, Liquor, FUBSITURE,L!EDIGIXES. FLOWS TOBACCOS, ETC. The flour Manufactured at the Glo ieta Mills is as good as the best in the CO HO ITT. t-il 9Q 71 CHAS. ETHEJ1IDGE eal Estate AGENT & BROKER. tome km Li OFFICE OVEB THE CENTJ1AL BANK ALBUQUERQUE. Agent for the Largest, Strongest ant1 Best Companies in the world. Mutual Ufe InmranM ot Mew Vork. Co. Organ ized Cash Assets 1843 This company is too wrll SW.702 knewu to say much about it. Its dividends are larger. Hiid its policies give larger returns tnan any other company in the world. Travelers' Ufe and Aecldep Hartford. 1863 This is the original Accident 6,441 1 Company ol America and the largest in the world. Liverpool, London and Globe Insurance Co.. ii. B. , 1S3G This standaril ci,mpan's pol- 33,395 875 icies does uot contain any sixty day clause, but pay- in full with no deduction ol interest. Its record at t he great Chicago Are of 1871 . paying over three and a quarter million dollars In cash, drawing tlie funds entirely from England, gives this company a prominence in lire insurance not equalled by any company in the world. Insurance Co. of Nana America, Phil. The surplus of tola old com pany, as to poilcv holders, is $6,759 298, a sum larger thau the "gross assets" of any other American Are -Insurance com pany, 'except two." In eighty eiglil years of continuous busi ness she lias paid out over fitty million dollars for losses, and still has cash assets. 'o A mei l can company can show any better ircord. 1794 8,861 378 Scottish Union and National, Croat Britain. 181 This is one of tne oldest of 33,041 P4C foreign companies. This com pany hxs but recently (1880) en tered the United States for huslness. Its security for poiiey holders aggregates $33,041 045. Commercial Union Insurance Co., London. 1861; Conservative as an under- ,688 571 writer. Such is the value plac ed on her noli'-les by leading merchants and others that there are but two foreign companies whose premium receipts in the United States exceed those of this model company. Asse's In the United States nearly $2,0ou,ooo, securely invested German American Insurance Co .New York. 1872 Overtwomilliondollarsofthe 3,452 578 assets 01 this company is m "United States bonds," and in case of any large conflagration can be turned into cash at once. Surplus, as to policy holders, is over $3.000.000, Pennsylvania Fire Insurance , Co., Philadelphia. "1825 Filty-seven years continuous 2,227 616 Dusiness lias placen tins com pany among those most relied upon for one hundred cents on the dollar for honest losses rfome Insurance Co. of Mew York. 1853 Twenty-nve years successful 6,838 718 husiness places this com puny at the head and front of lew York city companies. American Central, St. Louis. 1853 Tnls is one of the most pru dently managed and conserva tive companies In the coxntry, and is second to none of com panies in the west. . Springfield Fire and Marine Insurance Co., Springfield, 1,1601545 184 It Is an o'.á company thirty thre years. It is a strong com pany with a cash capital of one million dollars. It is not exposed to large loss by a sweeping fire, its head office being in a small city. Ills limit ed to a point of perfect safety in all other cities. Standard Fire Office Lon don.) 1880 This is one of the new foreign companies to come to this coun try, and is entitled to the con- . fidencn of the insuring public. Phoenix Assuranoe Co., Loo don. 1782 This old eomnany (100 years) has paid over 65.ooo.ooo to policy holders : is the largest "xclusive fire eonipany in Great Britain, Í.19T 52f 2,260 000 5,256 372 Canital represented for fire Insurance $108,401 616 capital represented lor jLiie Insurance 94,702 967 Canital represented for Acci dent Insurance 6,441 158 GRAND TOTAL 809,040,131 With this grand total of capital represented in my agency, I offer to those wanting indem nity against loss by Fire, or by Death, or by Accident, protection second to no other list to be found anywhere. I shall give the business of Insurance my person U attention In all its de tails, thus ensuring promptness. My twenty years practical experience in the business gives weight to the assertion that a knowledge of rights of tne policy holder and companies, ac- Íiuired during that time, and a disposition to air dealing, entitles my office to the greater portion of the Insurance to be done, as has been the case in the past. REAL ESTATE! I have some of the best bargains to be found . Cheap lots on easy terms of payment. Business lots, sure to advance in value, in all parts ot the town. If yon want to bay house II yon want to bay a lot, you want to seB a lot O If yon want to sell a house. If you want to rent a boose, It you have bouse to rent. If you want to Invest your money t give the largest return in the shortest time I t 'i the ohe you should see 1 always baveiMcsey to loam" POLITICAL. The Democrats Said to Have Car ried the State of Ohio By 20,000 Majority. Speaker Kieffer of the Opinion that the Prohibitionists Failed in Their Duty. The Stfw York Commercial Advertiser Predicts That Prohibiten Will Be come a National Issue. The Republicans Elect General Goff in the First West Tirginia Con gressional District. Ex-Speaber Randall, of Pennsylvania Claim That tie Next House of .Representatives W 111 be Democratic. é Republican Nomination. DUX.ÍIRK. X. Y., Oet. 12. The Re publicans of the Thirty-third district nominated Dr. T. Ii. Brewer for con gress. For Congress. White Hall, N. Y., Oct. 12. The Democrats of the Eighteenth district nominated A. L. ingman for congress. Folder. Washington, Oct. 12. An intimate friend of Folger says he will not re sign before the first of December and not then unless elected. The Next House. Pittsburg, Oct. 12. Randall, who is the booming candidate for speaker, says the next house will be Democratic beyond a doubt. Pennsylvania will get in three or four members, Indiana several, and Xew York two or moré. Republicans Gain a Congressman. Wheeling. W. V.. Oct. 12 The latest returns show a sweepin'aolit- ical revolution - fcaT rctwíSd in this dis trict. Gen.vGoa, th? liepublican can didate for Congress, tías a majority of about sixteen' hundred. The Labor Convention a Failure. Wilkesbakke, Pa., Oct 12. The Labor convention to beV.eld this morn ing was a failure. The delegates pres ent called the meeting to order and denounced John J. Bingham, their leader, for not putting in an appear ance and adjourned without nominat ing a ticket. Lost Ohio. Chicago, Oct. 12. A Columbus Ohio, special to the Journal, says: Official returns indicate that the Dem ocratic majority in the state will not exceed 20,000. F05 congressmen the outlook is disponding, an uncertainty in the Seventh and Twelfth districts, and both are probably Democratic ; without these two districts, the delega tion stands Tourteen Democrats to five Republicans. Upaegraff is recovering fast from his recent illness, and is not dead as reported. . Speaker Kelfers Reasons. Cincinnati, Oct. 12. Speaker Keifer says: It is now a matter of history that the prohibition party had rather fall than whisky should tri umph and that the Republicans should succeed. Do what we might, we could not interest the voters in the rural dis tricts; they saw no occasion for alarm and remained at home. The Demo crats were well organized; the saloon keepers hired two good workera to take charge at each voting precinct, and to these men was entrusted the duty of seeing that these voters were got to the polls. In cities such an ef fort wa3 not 'necessary, the returns show that the Democrats made all their gams in the stronghold of the Republican party, and all on account of the general apathy that prevail ed among our people i This temper ance question will certainly form an issue a year hence, when a Governor and legislature are elected. I incline to the belief that the next campaign will be fully as remarkable as this. I suppose the victory cost the whisky men $200,000, and they will cheerfully pay $500,000 next time, they can afford to have a party which they can control. Werse and Worse. Columbvs, O., Oct. i2.-Returns from fifty counties of the election Tues day show a net Democratic gain of 35.298, and thirty-eight counties to hear from, which will increase the Democratic majorily to about 25,000. The Democratic 'gains in Cuyahoga, Franklin, Hamilton and Montgomery counties exceed Foster's majority last year. The congre.-sional delegation is likely to stand fourteen Democrats to seven Republicans. Unollicial returns elect Hart, Republican, over Xeal by 15 votes, aud Mooney, Republican, over Campbell by 42. Ti e Democrats claim Wallace over McKinley by 41 votes. The Temperance Question. New York, Oct. 12. The Commer cial says: It is time the American people understood the issue passed on in Ohio. The aggressions of the lager beer and whisky party must be met by the moral, intellectual friends of good government, just as they meet aggres sions of tlie slave power. Wo do not favor making the Republican party a temperance party, respecting the rights of the public within the law. The Republican party lat week has met this rum question, as they met the determination of the South to force slavery into the Terri tories. The question of regulating the sale of intoxicating drinks, is fast be coming a national question. The peo ple of the soutA are making it a prom-int-nt issue. In most states' south of :-"3 Potomac, temperance organizations are springing into existence much like the anti-slavery societies ' were be ing organized over forty yeas ago in the north. We realize that intelli gent and well meaning men will differ in regard to the details of the law, for a remedy of the evil or the enforce ment of any right. Realizing this, we hope the Republican party will have courage to say for itself that the pro duction and traffic in and use of alco holic drinks are problems that challenge the most ardent con sideration of the highest intel ligence, because they involve the question of the highest political and social importance. It cannot be de nied that the intemperate use of alco holic drinks is one of the most incor rigble evils of the age of Republican ism. Free whisky and desecrated Bab baths cannot associate together. If the Republican party hopes to retain power in the nation it must appeal to the intelligent and moral and conscien tious voters of the country without re gard to the question of nationalities. . THE FIRE RECORD. . At Denver. Denver Oct. 12. -This morning John Phillips' livery stable, on Blake street, caught fire through some agency unknown and was burned to the ground. All the horses, buggies and harness were saved. The loss, including hay and other stores, will aggregate about $5,000. ' The Mississippi Railway. Cincinnati, Ohio, 0-;t. 12. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Ohio and Mississippi railroad elect ed three new directors. The board of directors on January 11, 1882, deter mined to throw $15,000,000 by the iá sue of the first general mortgage of five per cent coupon bonds, the greater part of the money so raised to be ap plied to funding at the lowest interest on the present indebtedness as it falls due and the residue to be applied to the payment of arrearages of interest, ad ding to equipment, etc This was ap proved at the stock holders meeting Aprii 6, 1882, by a large majority but actual issue of stock and the reduction of the mortgage deferred until after the present meeting. The company is now ready to take this step and it will re main for the board now elected to de termine the time and manner of issu ing bonds and placing them on the market. The net earning for the year ending June 30, 1882, were $84,461,- 200. Call ot Bonds. Washington, Oct. 12. The Treas ury department will continue redemp tion both in New York and in Wash ington, of the 117th call for bonds, without rebates of interest, but own- ers while receiving the full interest to December 23rd will be required to de posit the sum actually due for three months interest, irom Auguest 1st, 1882, to November 14, 1882. A check for this three months interest must be forwarded by the United States Treas ury to the registered owner of bonds on the 1st of November, in the usual manner. The effect of this is of course to pay now to holders of called bonds the interest from JNovemDer 1st to ue cember 23rd, the three months interest due November 1st being paid on that date. Election of Ofncera. New York, Oct. 12. At a meeting of the new board of directors of the Western Union Telegraph Company the following were elected as officers: Norvin Green, President; Gen. l.Eck- ert, Vice-President and General Mana ger; Augustus Scheel, John Vanhorne and Harrison Durke, Vice-Presidents; D. P. Bates, acting Vice-President and and Assistant General Manager; J. B. Van Every Acting Vice-President. The other officers held over. The executive committee Í3 Norvin Green, Thos. I. Eckert, Edwin Morgan, John Vanhorne, Augustus Scheel, Harrison, Durke, Jay Gould, Russell Sage, Alonso B. Cornell, Sidney Dillon, Cyrus V, Field, Geo. J. Gould. Want Him to May. New York, Oct. 11. The New York and Brooklyn association of Congregational churches, passed a res olution expressing regret at Beecher's withdrawal, affirming the belief that the divergence of his views on theolog ical and doctrinal points, from the view? of the association, was not" suf ficiently strong to demand such 1 course, and expressing the hope that he would see his.way clear to the with drawal of his resignition. .Ravages of Diphtheria. Lynchburg, Va., Oct. 12. Reports from Spottsylvania county states that the ravages of diphtheria in certain localities has reached an alarming ex tent. Nearly two hundred deaths have occurred within sixty days. Not a sin gle f. mily has escaped. rtenefitting Bis Children. Mount Vernon, Ind., Oct. 12. David Murphy, one of the mob killed in Evansville Tuesday night was buried to day. After the funeral a fund was raised for a monument, and a large sum was also raised for the beneiit of his three orphan children. United States Coinage. Washington, Oct. 12. The annual report of the mint, which was forward ed to the secretary of the treasury to day, shows a decided increase in coin age for the twelve months ending June 30, 1882, over that of the previjus year. Vandsrbilt Denies ao Interview. New York. Oct. 12. William II. Vanderbilt writes a card, denying the authenticity of the interview recently published in Chicago, in which he was alleged to make very slighting re marks in regard to the nickle-plate road and anti-monopolists. - Death of Congressman Rewe. Washington, Oct. 12. Representa tive W. M. Rowe. of Alabama, die3 at Huntsville this morning. TELEGRAPHIC. A Large Gang of Counterfeiters are Arrested by Government Officers in Indiana. The Chief of Police of Washington Or ders a Raid on the Opium Dens and Smokers. The GraTe Robbers Steal the Corpse of a Prominent Citizen of Amster dam, Kew Tork. The Grand Jury in Indiana Engaged In Finding Indictments Against the Lynehcra. . A Clerk in the Philadelphia Alms House Is Arrested for Conspiracy to Defraud City by Falsifying- Accounts. Counterfeiters Arrested. Indian polis. Ind., Oct. 12. A large gang of counterfeiters was arrest ed at Tipton last night, and brought to this city to-day. About a year ago a man named Hobbs gave information to the secret service of the existence of the gang, and the detectives were sent there by the government to work up the case, which resulted in the arrest 01 tne fol lowing parties last night and to-day: James Small, Jacob Masters, Christo pher A. Masters, William Shope, Jacob B. Johnson. Smith Jasper. N. Wright, M. King, Joseph T. Small, Chas. Booth, John T. Small and Lorenzo Ha worth. Two days ago a special agent and the detectives arrested James Camp bell, Harvey Gerporster and William Crum, members of the same gang, on the train going to Logansport. These mea were brought to this city secretly, Johu Kelly, a saloon keeper in this city, was also arrested to-day. Most of the captives are residents of Tipton county. Indictments Aar-Unst Officials . Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 11. Alle gations having been made thai the gas clerk has embezzled large sums by making false footings in the accounts from 1876 to 1881. The meeting of the finance committee of the company this afternoon ordered an investiga tion. The grand jury, found an indictment against J. F. Browne, the alms house clerk and store keeper and Prince. A Snell. a leather dealer, who were arrested in Colorado yesterday; charging them with a ccnspiracy to cheat the city by means of false bills for supplies furnished to the alms house. Opium Smoking;. . New York, Oct. 12. The Commer cial-Advertiser's Washington special says: Of the practice of opium smok mg, which was introduced into Wash ington several months ago by the et- tablishment of regular resorts, where devotees of the habit might enjoy their appetites, the poison is now extensive ly practiced both in public and private. The attention of the police has been called to the existence of opium dens. which are regarded as nuisances and injurious to health . The chief of po lice has issued orders to have such places raided. Indiana Mobs. Evansnille, Ind.. Oct. 12. The grand jury is supposed to be engaged in finding bills against three men ar rested as a part of the mob which took Redman out of jail and killed him on the streets. Friends of the prisoners are in the city ready to give bail if the offense is bailable. " The apprehension is that another mob is coming from Posey county to rescue the prisoners, but at this hour all is quiet. The sher iff and police are prepared to defend the prisoners in the county jail. Cruelty to Soamea. - San Francisco, Oct. 12. A Taco- ma, Puget Sound, dispatch, says: Capt Forstelle and second mate of the ship Challenger, from Philadelphia, were held to answer for cruelty to seamen. One sailor was beaten until his ribs pro truded, and he Bjumped overboard. The third mate opposed the cruelty of his superiors who abused him so tnat he attempted suicide by shooting, and a complaint 01 insanity was lodged against him by the captain. Grave Robbed. Amsterdam, N. Y., Oct. 12. The grave of John Knox, a prominent citi zen of Amsterdam, in the cemetery at West Charleton, has been robbed. No traces of the remains. The robbery was discovered by opening the grave to change the position or the body pre paratory to the erection or a monu ment. - Stabbed In the Face Amsterdam, N. 1 , Oct. 11. Last night Maggid O'Neil, an employee of Landlord's mill, stabbed another em ployee, Jane Bradt, in the face with a pair of scissors, inflicting twenty gash es, some serious. Silver for the Mints, ' Washington, Oct. 12. The treas ury department to-day purchased 375, 000 ounces of fine silver for the New Orleans, San Francisco and Philadel phia mints. 0 Commissioner of Laud Offlce. Washington. Oct. 12. The com missionei of the land office, in his an nual report, states that the - lands not embraced within the public domain amounts to 900,000,000 acres, including Alaska. He recommends that pre-emption now be abolished, that the home stead laws cover all cases, now arising. The public sales made last year amounted to 7,933 acres, embracing 5,016 acres near Toledo, ' Ohio, which sold for 616,735, an average of $3.37f per acre. Respecting the forfeiture of railroad grants, the commissioner says that the status of the various grants for railroad purposes, where the road has not been constructed within the time prescribed by law, were reported, to congress on filaren a, lass. The abs nce of legislative action touching the renewal of these grant3, and declaiinir foi Mtun s thereof, has seriously embarrassed the work in this -. . . . , . .1 ; .. A office, it is not aeeineu expeuimi. u certify additional ' lands to railroad companies, nor to award to companies the land in dispute between them and settlers, or other claimants, pending the determination of Congres, in the premises. A large number nf settlers are occupying such lands, and it is im portant to know whether they can re ceive titles from the United States, or whether they will be required to pur chase from the railroad companies. FOREIGN. London, 0;t. 12. An account is published of two cremations, the first which have taken place in England. The bodies were those of Lady Ilana ham and Mrs. II. Hanaham, who died in Dor3ettshire in 1877 and 1876. They both expressed the wish that their bodies should be cremated . The re mains weie kept in mortuary until preparations for the process were completed. Last Sunday the remains were enclosed in suostantiai cotnus ana were placed in tlio f urn. tee on plates of iron aiid fire brick and reduced to ashes. Glasgow, Oct. 12. The new steam ship, Belgium, 4,00Uto: built at Aber deensor the American trade was totally destroyed on her trial trip. Alexandria, uct. 4. nuriy-iwo Europeans arrived hero to-day. Three colonels accused ot complicity in rne late massacres were arrested tn the in terior and brought here. JSJLondon, Oct. 12. Courtney, M. P.. in a speech last night, said the policy of the government was to detach Egypt from the sultan, to loox alter tne aavz canal, and allow the Egyptians to stew their own juice, and in so acting warn the khedive that his future position depended upon his management of af fairs. Athens, Oct. 12. The difficulty be tween Turkey and Greece is regarded as terminated. Dublin, Oct. 11. In the inquiry into the murder of Huddis, near Ivigli mack, the informer, Kerrigan, and his wife testified that the elJer IIuddM was slugged with a stone as he was serving a process, and he was then kicked, and one of tho assassins fired four rounds from uuder cover, into his body, killing him. Young Huddis then had his head dashed against stones, and he was afterwards shot in the presence of a crowd of villagers. The corpses were placed in s.tcks and taken to Logmack. Cairo, Oet. 12. The following Pashas are to be arranged with Arabi Pasha for trial: Toula, Ali, Fronny, Mahammued, Abdallah, Samy, Toulba Yakoof, Omar, Rumey, Alirouby and Said Bey. A general list of prisoners, awaiting court martial, has been hand ed the British consul general. It con tains 123 names, exclusive of prison ers on provinces, who number 300. Gen. Woolsely is appointed to tho chief command of the army in occupa tion. Trieste, Oct. 12. In the Hunga rian chamber of deputies, Acortisa, prime minister, in reply to a question relative to the recent anti-Jewish riots in Pressburg said that the movement might eventually develop into one of a socialist character. He declares he would never tolerate the perpetuation of excesses, with a view to sentiment. No question of government, he said, had introduced revoking usury and trade laws. Dublin, Oct. 12, At a meeting of the Exhibition company, Lord Mayor Dawson submit ed the prospectus for the formation of a new company, and 500 were voted so defray the prelim inary expenses connected with its or ganization. It is also proposed that the new company take the power to carry on banking transactions and grant lands on ample security to Irish manufacturéis. MARKETS. Mock Quotations. New York, Oct. 12. Silver bars. 112.. Money close, at 2 per cent. Governments, weak and lower . Stocks, irregular and weak. Western Uniou 88 Quick Silver K Pacific 43 Wells Fargo 130 New York Central 132 Erie 42 Panama 167 Denver & Rio Grande 54 Union Pacific 1001 Bonds 114J Central Pacific 91 Bonds 114 Sutro. ..... 4 Mining Stacks. Mining stocks dull. Robinson Consol idated sold at 170180, closing at 175; Consolidated Viginia 7376; Green Mountain 7258; Standard Consoli dated declined from 4.75 to 4.25. S ties for the day 63,831 shares. Sutro Tunnel 2830. Silver Cliff advanced from 82 to 89. Decatur advanced from 70 to 65. Sales for the day 96,995. copper. Copper. The copper market re mains very quiet, and there are no signs of any improvement. Tlie out look is that the market will continue much the same as it has been noted during the past tw mo- ths. Copper quiet; lae 18 J. Yellow Fever. Pensacola, Fla, Oct, 12. An im perfect report gives thirty-three cases of yellow fever to-day and six deaths. Total number of cases to date, 439; to tal deaths, 128. Amonsr the new cases is Dr. White, of the United States marine hospital service. and Dr. Renshaw, who has al ready recovered from an attack of epidemic illness. There are also two practitioners with another already sick, which causes a serious lack of medical attention to sufferers. The recent cases have been marked by an aggravation of malignancy. There is a brilliant display of zodiacal light this evening.