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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 11, 1898.
Of City Officers and Committees
Made Last Night.
City Affair Are la a Must Flourish
tretiara'S Report Sbowi Bslsace
ts.2?l.0l January 1.
A BUVlUa ADMDIUTIATIOir.
Ths city council held one of its moat
Irapurtaut aimliiifta lt Light. Mayor
AutirlRht, AMxruioa Mautiurt, Homer,
Joliimlou, Tleriiriy, Murruu, Otro aud
Lomtwrilo And Mis city olllrem went pres
Dt. iu rcpurto vf city utllcoraAUd com
mlltwx. showing what iiAd Uxn accutu
plltthed during the present atUiiintalra
tioo. were read, rt-vntllug wool n
CouriKliiRiilataoI affair, wblcb proved
couvlti tvely (hut Hie city hut wujoyed
careful suit bunlnewt-llke tulimulmratlou
of Its atlalrn.
Tbe mln u tM of tha previous meeting
ware read auil approved and then Mayor
Aulr,ght rend bw anuual ail.lrene, which
cnuMiued cuuiprebeuHiva survey of city
hOalra alnce lie amumed Hie olUue o(
mayor. 1'lie altreaa la aa follows i
UeiilleiuMi of tbe Council:
lo-uiglit, belug tbe urst regular meet
ing uik Itl iip:trveiiliin on me clomt of
tliepaet year, eudud litfueuiber 3 1, Jhtf7,
which uiiutt be ouueidered aa the clone of
the drat year of city goternuieui uuder
tbe operati u of tbe ilaieutsu law, 1 will
be pleaMHl to receive from all tbe city
oUliwra the annual reporta of 11m ir tru
aactloiia from March li, 18U7, 1 J Ueorin
ber 81, 1U7; ami alHo report from tbe
Uuaiice eouiumiee of ibeeuy eouurll.
Anticipating these report, I will aay
we may heartily congratulate ourrelves
on our success, lue great care aud
rcnuoiuy practlcsd lu the mairngsuieut
of tbe city'a allalra has euabled you to
make a favorable ehowlug.
We have met every obligation which
the city baaeutered Into; we have paid
otlleera their salaries; kept up the atreeta;
maintained a city jail; provided the
alwolute ucces-ltlra of the tire depart
ment, and award -d expensive badge to
aeverai linriorav Crimen; pall the full
amount of (he city's -.vr r jut for the
time, and also tl.&u on thla account In
advauor; kept our aewer .yatriii In order,
aud likewise paid a few hundred dollars
tor improvements on t lie same at the out
let to tbe river; paid rente for the city
hull, hose bouses, aud hiwk and-ladder
home, and for light a ad fuel tor these
I am happy to aay the city to day doe
not owe a u lor auylhlng Incurred
during this a lmiuistratlon, so far, uuder
lb Ualeman law, which la not or cannot
be paid oat of the fund now In the
treasury. And after paying ail Interest
due by the city, and having made provi
sion for all the different eluklng funds
which were established for the ultimate
liquidation of our city bands, we shall
still have a very respectable balance left
In our treasury.
We have met every neceesary contin
gent, and made some improvements. U'lt
lUere Is ine thing winch might and
should have been dune in the past year,
which was neglected the completion of
our electric tire alarm system. It is to
be hoped, however, that the council will
ppeedily act In this matter; aud also try
to make arrangements tor the lighting
of our streets at night, as soon as It shall
become apparent that the funds avail
able for this current year will
Iiermlt of Its being done, of all of which
have no reasonable doubt.
1 sincerely hope that the new year
upon which we are now entering may
bring to the city of Albuquerque still
The address was ordered spread upon
Then followed tbe transaction of gen
The lire committee was instructed to
puichase exempt badges fur V. J. Mur
uhv and W. C. Montfort.
The city marshal was Instructed to
have notices printed and pueted aud to
enforce the spitting ordinance.
The nuri'liaslng committee was re
quired by resolution to take receipts for
all supplies issued to the different city
ili'paruueiits, from some person in the
di'partnient. and to Die theiu with the
The treasurer's report fur December
was as follows:
Balance Dnemtx-r 1 8.605 86
Kt-cfivtd truin A. Sandoval, col.
krln r S8D 00
Krinved from J. S.Trimble. clerk bll oo
Kecfivetl from W. r . Cobert, mm
hiil 805 00
Total 110,070 B5
DIBHl HHKMSN TH.
Warrant, paid :t,801 Bll
Paul three funding bond.,
IXHH (tr.OOl 1,500 00
Kl'tiaiiKe and coioini.
miiii nit luilida b 80
Halance January 1, 18UH 5,'Joa 10
Tbe report was received aud placed on
The marshal's r 'port allowed i&iu col
lected lu December. It was referred to
the nuance com i Ittee tor approval
The clerk's report showed:
t'.ah on hand Decerning I
Caati oa hand January 1
bou 7 b
. .a-41 40
. r, 1 1 oo
Total a4i ao
The committee, having In charge tbe
electric street railway ordinance, g iked
for further time to make their report,
which was granted.
The plumbing ordinance was referred
to Hie sewer committee for a report.
Alderman Marron made a report on
Mr. Mandril's bill for the rent or the
room occupied by the Kerguseon Hook
and Ladder company, but no action wat
taken ou It.
Tbe report of the finance committee
was then read aud the showing made is
tine of which every citizen may well feel
proud. The repoit Is as follows:
To the major and board of aldermen.
(ientlemen: A report of the financial
condition of this city should begin by
WATCH LNSPECTOIt SANTA FE RAILWAY
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware.
stating that at the commencement of
the year I8W7. the bustnew of this city
was conducted on a paper order system.
All accounts were paid In warrants npon
the treasurer, whether there was money
In the treasury or not These warrant
were promises to pay in some Indefinite
time consequently they were much be
low par, and this Increased the expense
of conducting the business nf the city.
These warrants outstanding on March
12th last amounted to to,U' . with ac
crurd Interest. Ou this date March 12th.
the new Rateman law went Into effect,
lu the management of the city' busi
ness; it placed the city npon a cash basis.
The hoard of alderrueu proceeded at onee
to carry ont recommendation of this
ciHiiimiM, hi cut aowu rii posniDie ex
penses, which resulted In saving to the
city annually of about J5.000, and so far
we can learn, we have been better
served, and all department have been
better managed than previously.
There have been no debts contracted.
Every bill has been paid. The bnsiness
of the city has been carefully managed.
ihree bonds, amounting to ii,dX, have
neen pail, reducing the debt that mncn
and stopping Interest.
1 be street electric light being deemed
poor In quality and excessive In price,
were dispensed with, and no new ar
rangement for lighting the street has
yet been made.
lour committee has carefully exam
ined the accounts of the various officers
monthly and checked them np, and are
pleaaed to report that their duties bare
been carefully performed.
1 he collections of city clerk and mar
shal are larger than In any previous
From all source. 134,747 46
. 1.7SS 5S
. SHS 70
, 1,015 78
. 4.0S3 10
. l.KU 01
Kent. IlKht, etc
Paid three 1SNS bond. 1.6oo oo
nterraton bond, of 1MOO 8O0 00
nterenton bmilnif lHwi hrtO 00
Intereat on aewer bond. . l,5oo OO
IntereM tin iMind.of 1HM8 400 OO
hichange, etc 17 10
4 SO MM
Balance In treasury.
ll A- MomtsorT,
The first sum of lB,2fm.(H represents
tbe amounts that were paid out by the
council, while the latter shows tbe
amounts paid out by tbe treasurer and
on Oxed accounts.
The annual reports of the city officers
were the next In order.
The treasurer's report from April 20 to
December 81, inclusive, showed:
From 8. M Haltmarah.rx. treasurer 6,008 9
Kroin A. Sandoval, collector 1140 88
From i. S. Trimble, clerk 4. Sow 08
From W. F Cubert. manhal 1,4 75
From Fred. Fornorf, CK-manhal... 478 85
From W. i. Unon, ex-clerk 088 tto
... $114,747 48
WanaaMM4 . ,.14,171 tt
inteivM on coupon oonaa
IntereM on coupon botida
1 ntertnt on coupon sewer
Altiiiuentue library ....
B .lance January I, IHI'8 6,tiOS 10
Hondn now out.tandlnv, H9,600 .
balance on January 1 is distributed
amoiig the funds a follows:
(ienenil fund l,8i8 MH
Sin'cil a f ind, 1HN4 4W: Oil
Sn ku. fund, lino 5U7 08
Sinking fund, 1NUH 478 111
ln,ereit, uoiiila tae-a no-i -4 i
Inteira , aewer bonds 1,578 Hi
Library SMtociatlon 148 7H
Park aawicialloll Kill W8
Tola' 3,'JUH 08
lntereat, bund. Ihwo 8.14 HS
lotereat, bonds 18H8 .
. Balance Jiiuoary 1, 18W8 r,'Jo8 to
The clerk's report, covering the same
period, was as follows:
Ucenae. due prior to April 9 187 50
LicetiNea found due by rapvrta re
port LlceiiM:., retail dealer. .
J. 800 00
uiceuMa, wnoieaaie aeaier. ana uot
Llcen.e., hack, and dray.
Llrenae., billiard, pool and gaming
License., circuara and hall .how. . . .
Licenae., auctioneers, peddler., etc.
Total collections .uau US
The report was placed on file.
The police committee mads a report oa
the changes that have taken place on t ie
department during tbe present admln:-
tration ana the same was ordered spread
upon the minutes.
The city engineer made a report show
Ing that seventy-three plumbing permits
had been Issued and lil inspections
The report recommended a revision of
the plumbing ordinance. The amount
of water used by the city during the Is it
six months of 181i7 was estimated at
The report was spread npon the nilu
ntea and the city attorney and the city
eugineer were Instructed to draw up a
new plumbing ordiutnoe In accordance
with the city engineer's recommeuda
The street committee made a report
showing the large amount of woi k on
streets and bridge done during their
term of ntllce.
Tbe buil'ling, light and fuel commit
tee next made a hasty aud Ill-considered
report, which was not written until last
night, aud lu which they recommended
that the balance now In the treasury be
spent In lighting the city. Aldermen
Marron, Otero aud Tleruey constitute
The reports having all been read, the
TUB Malt SKI. 1.8
3 cups and a saucers for 2oc
3 dinner plates for 'Joe
Houp plates each I1
Covered vegetable dishes for 4oc
Wi'diiiiiitou. Jan. 11. The senate com
mlttee ou judiciary had the nomination
of Attorney lieneral McKeiiua to be jus
tice of the supreme court uuder cousid
eratlon for two hours to-dny, but adjourn
ed without reaching a couclUHlon.
UANNA, THE VICTOR!
Received Clear Majority in the
Will be Elected Senator la Joint
OppMttlon Voted Almost Solidly for Ray
CttAT IITIUS1ASN ritTAOS.
Columbus. Ohio. Jan. It After being
In conference all night, the democratic
caucus agreed on Mayor Uobert K. Mo-
Mssen, ot Cleveland, as the only republi
can proposed whom they could support
tor senator. It was found absolutely im
possible to agree upon either Governor
rlushnell or Charles L Hurts. Holt)
names were considered aud both were
given np as Impracticable candidate
ine name oi Mayor ucnisson was sug
gested. The democrats demanded to
know whether McKlssou was tree silver
man. Not content with the assurance ot
Myers and other leaders of the fusion.
they sent for McKlseon. He made a
si eech to the caucus In which be said In
substance: "Gentlemen Publicly and
before the people I am and must be a re
publican. Hut I assure you and pledge
you If elected to the United 8 la tee senate
by this fusion I will aland upon the Chi
cago platform." This pledge was satis
factory and tha caucna declared for Mo
Klsson for the long and short terms.
This Is the day for balloting to begin
on senator. The conference committee
decided that balloting should not begin
until af ternoMi, but tbe general public
seemed to lojk on this announcement as
a ruse to keep the crowds away. At any
rate all avallablo space was taken up
loug before the legislature convened.
Hie morning papers were lull oi rnarge
and counter-charges about offers of
money t j members of the legislature.
Uotn branches of tbe legislature met at
10 a, m and many regretted that admis
sion by ticket bad not been adopted. The
crowd pressed In on ths floir of both
bodies, aud as tha visitors were prom
lueut couetllueuta they were not put
In the senate, a bill to repeal the fifty-
year street railway franchise law was
postponed until to-morrow. This bill
has been need agaiust Hanna In the or
ganisation of the legislature and In the
senatorial fight. Both house voted to
ballot at 11 o'clock for seuator.
riHOT TKHT VOTK.
At 10:40 a. m. a call of the bouse was
demauiled, so as to put all on record as
being present, ine door were locked.
Tbe call bouse showed that Representa
tive Cramer, democrat, was the only ab
sentee Ha 1 very sick and bis physician
forbade his attendance. Tha reimbllcaus
moved to proceed wtin me nanot in the
abeenoe of Cramer. A close fight was
marie on the motion. The test vote re
sulted IA yeas. 62 nays. Or eat applause
from the republican aid.
Representative nenney rose to a ques
tion of privilege and had read charge of
oners to bribe Representative Otis of
Hamilton county. H offered a resolu
tion that a com mil tee ot five he appoint
ed to investigate these specific charges
and any other charges of bribery affect-
lug any member ot me house.
Aslitord moved to amend the resolu
tion so that said committee ot five shall
be empowered to Investigate any other
charges or persons in counecltnu with
the election of United Mates seuator. A
motion was made on the democratic side
to suspend the rules and consider the
Kinney resolution at once, llils was
defeated by a vote ot IVJ yeas to M navs.
Tbe votes were on strict party lines, with
the exception ot Hpeaker Mason, ot Cuy
ahoga, Representative Brantley (Cuya
hoga), Jones (Stark), Hcolt (Fuirtn), aud
Oils (Hamilton), who voted with 47 dem
Tbe name ot Marcus A. Hanna was
then presented by Representative Leland,
of Noble, and -was seconded by K. T.
Smith, ot Delaware. The name of
Mayor Robert K. McHisson, of Cleveland,
was presented by Representative Hram-
ley. Leland pralsel llanna lu a digni
fied manner, but Hmlth referred to the
treachery ti the party in strong terms.
This brought out iiramley In vigorous
trui4 in presenting I lie uame ot lie-
Kisson. There were loud demonstrations
of biases, with cries ot "Traitor!" The
nomination of McKisson was seconded
by Jones, of Mark county, also a repub
lican. The democrats U ok no part ex
cept in voting and applauding. Jones
applauded President McKlnley In bis
speoch and denounced llanna.
Cheering aa the votes of (IrlQlth, of
Culon, Manuel, ot Montgomery, Joyce, of
Guernsey, Urost, Kemper aud Lane, of
Hamilton, were cast lor llanna, waa ire
mendons. Representative Otis desired
to explain his rote, but was shut off un
der the rules aud the ballot went ou,
with cheers In the gallery for llanna,
The ballot resulted as follows: For
McKisson Adams, Adkius, Alger, Bar
low, Hotln, Booth, Bower, Bracket, Hram
ley, CUne, Counel, Cox, Doran, (layman
Guard, llavden. Hater. Heyde. Hull. Hun
ter, Jones, Kempel, Kinney, I.anili, Lud-
wick, MacHroom, Mclauley, uouincney,
McGee. Melber. Mooter. Mies, u eiu
Otis. Payne, Piper, Powell. Ross, Rothe,
Russell, Rulan, rii'hnililir, neon, muaney,
Spellmver, Stivers, Walu, illlams, si.
son total. IK.
Kor Hanna Allan, Arbenx, Armstrong,
Ashford, Baldwin, Beatty, Bell. Bennett.
Hossard. Bowmau. Boxwell. Relck. lire-
count. Chapman, Clark, Clifford, Davis,
Droete, Duton, Urltiltn of Lliu'-jn, uriuitu
of Union, Hinsdale, Howard, Jonusou,
Jovee. Kemuer. Lane, Leeper, Leland
Love, McCormlck, McCurdy, MrKiuuo,
Manuel, Mcacham, Means, Morrow,
Norrls. Parker. Rankin of Clark. Ranktu
of Fayette, Redkey, Reynolds, Roberts,
Shaw. Hmlth of Delaware, Snyder
Stewart of Clarke. Stewart of Mahouing,
Serlmple, Bewiugle, Twalutor, vtaddell
Kor wiley, 1; Warner, 1; Lents, t.
Boaker Mason announced that Mar
ens A. Hanna. having received a majority
of the house. was the cholceof that body for
the short term. The cheering outside the
halls for Hanna was re-echoed lu the ears
of the members, as the result was au
The bullot for the long term resulted
the same, its announcement being greet
Ml with another long and loud demon
stration. Ou both ballots Representative
Cramer was absent, and there were thus
mil Iuk cast, as follows:
Hanna. &; McKisson, 411; Wiley, 1 ; War
... I I Ulll V I uliaUllkt 1
At 1215 p. ui. the house adjourned and
the hall was used for a jolliilcatiou
meeting, with the crowd singing "Praise
God from Whom an iiieasiugs now.
IN THK SIN1TE.
Co'Uiubruj. Ohio, Jan. II. Ths senate
trailer was crow led to it limit when, at
II o'clock, the first mo in the great
enatiirlal contest was made. Senator
DUlllvau nominated llauua. During his
address psrfect quiet prevailed. Burke
nominated McKisson. Burks was the
only republican who did not vote for
nanna. ine vote resnited: Mcrvtssou,
lit; Hanna, 17.
With 17 In tha senate and M In ths
house Hanna has Just the requisite num
ber of vote tor election with all present,
but In the absence of Keoresentatlv
Creaqter, democrat, llanna bas oue to
W hen tha vote from tha house waa an
nounced In the senate tha republican
senators stood on the chairs and shouted
themselves hoarse for Hanna and victory.
No change In rote ar txpected to
morrow. M'KIHWN DINIE8 IT.
Mayor McKlseon denies that he pledged
himself last night to free silver or to
stand on the Chicago platform when
called In to the democratic caucus. Tha
democrats state that McKisson said he
waa a blmetalllst aud opposed to the pol
icy of Secretary Gage, but would not stand
for tha free and unlimited coinage of
The opposition to Hanna ha given up I
hope of having any chance to-morrow
on tha Joint ballot.
llauua received an ovation this after
noon. Kor an hour tha senator ehtsik
hands and listened to exultant congratu
lations. NemlaaUoM Cenrn.d.
Washington, Jan. 11. Tha senate con
firmed the following nominations:
Judge of tha court of private land
claims Thomas 1. fuller, North Caro
lina; William W. Murray, Tennessee;
Joseph K. Reed, Iowa, chief justice;
Henry Sluss, Kansas; I. w". Stone, Colo
rado. INDIAN ARB HOST ILK.
Arooant ef llaralag ml
at the stake.
Shawnee, O. T, Jau. 1 1. Officers hare
returned from Maude puetolllce, bringing
tha charred remain ot tha Iudiaua
burned at the stake by the white settlers
for the murder ot Mrs. Leard. The
whole county, it Is said, is np In arms,
and the report I being circulated that
the farmer who mad up tha mob will
soon be arrested.
It seems likely now that open warfare
between tha white and Iudiaua will
The remains of the two Indian are
lylug In state at tha court house.
CIVIL atCHVICK H.rOHM,
Debet Will CioM To-lr Hp.wh. ret
and Against It.
Washington, Jan. 11. Moody (rep.,
Kan.), In charge of the executive aud
judicial appropriation bill. In accordance
with tha notice given by him yesterday,
moved lu the bouse that all debate on the
civil service bill be closed to-day at
5 o'clock. Considerable opposition waa
manifested to tbe motion, but the steer
lug committee of tha republican oppo
ueuta to tba civil service law bad agreed
on this program.
Toe closing vote on tha motion to close
the debate was: Ayes V2, nays 85, and on
the demand of tbe democrats, tha roll
When tha roll eall was concluded, mo
t'oa to elos the debate stood defeated by
six votes. Three republican changed
their votes, making It a tie. Speaker
Keed voted ay and tha motion to close
debate carried. Tha republican ap
plauded vociferously when tha debate
Broslus. ths chairman of tha commit
tee on civil service, opened tha debate
with an elaborate defense of tha merit
system and an argument for sustaining
The Canal Properly Litigation.
Phoenix. Aril.. Jsn. 11.-Tha Mer
chants' Loan and Trust company, of
'hlcago, tiled new complaints against
the Arisoua Improvement and Canal
company, asking for foreclosure, in the
usual manner, upon tne property of both
Insecure mortgage debts amounting to
1,400,(00. As the receiver's policy Is
believed to lie at variance with that of
the landholders, the new stilts are under
stood to be tiled for the especial purpose
of dismissing the receivership and secur
ing possession of the valuable canal
property according to code procedure.
Lara Orane Crop.
Los Angeles, Cal , Jan. II. The orange
crop of southern California, now being
harvested. Is lu prime condition. Al
though there was an unexpected fall ot
snow yesterday the fruit was not dum
I hlraco Oram n.rk.t,
Chicago, Jsn. 11. W heat Jannary.
915, c; May, Vie Corn January, aM-ej
Ma. zvc. Oal January, Vie; uay,
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
BANK OF COMMERCE
OF ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO,
At the close of business January
an. and Dla. 'num.. SlHS.MM.sa
Due from oikc-r baiiaa. rj:i.7ir tr
Cash on band uw.oua.a-t
Keal r.atate. r iiriiiiiireanu r iiiuie. ,i,
Txkhitosv OK Nnw Mkxico, j
L Of NT V UV HKHNALIIXII. f
1 u.'. M. STyii Kt aa. L'a.liitr of tlie
above .taiemrnt I. true to the Ui of my knowledge and belief.
HuUcnbed and .worn to before me this
J. t.. IA1.IIKIIM
A.M. HI Al kWt
M. h. lll t.KII,
G oo. C. GHtiiisloy & Co.
Big Cleaning Up
Sale of Shoes....
Aj voo know, we all have a general housecleaning; once or twice a year.
Well, we are going to have one of ours now, and tuch a grand cleaning
op you never heard of before. It will, and must be, the greatest ofjhe
greatest and the biggest of the biggest. Now we are going to extend a
general invitation to every woman, man and child to come to our .tore
and help u out in this Orand Ueanmg Up Sale ot oooa, nonest root
wear, and you will come when
you. We will make it of interest
all. dollars in vour pockrts. On
ein our General Cleaning Up Sale.
shoes, all kinds and all sizes. They
red figures. The price will be regardless of cost. We want them to go
and they must go. We want the room for our new Spring lines, you
want the shoes. This I the chance of a lifetime to get a good, honest
nair of shoes for little money. Come to our store and see for yourself
what we are doing. Everything
Positively the grandest bargains m
Albuquerque. This sale will last ten days, commencing January w.
Attend it and make money. Respectfully,
GEO. C GADMSLEY & CO, 122 South Second Street.
The Acting Indian Agent Dead
at Santa Fe.
McKlnley' New Mexico Appoint
ments Confirmed by tne Senate.
Writer. Caloa Tekgrspn Co. Wasts
$00,000 Damages From Spat.
' 0KLA10MA IRDIAI TIOTBLIS.
Special to Tb. Citlien.
Pnta Ke, Jan. 11. Capt. Charles K.
Nordstrom, acting Pueblo Indian agent,
died last night at hi bom In this city.
Capt. Nordstrom was one ot the oldest
nien In the service of the Indian depart
ment. Ha bas been 111 for a number of
weeks, but his case was not considered
dangerous. Ubi remains will be Interred
In this city.
DEMANDS SS00.000 DAMAGES.
Western I'alou Claims H.naa Aether
Itle. in ta rfar.it with Cable,
New York, Jan. 11. Vic President
Thomas K. Clark, of tha Western Union
Telegraph company, has laid before tha
administration at Washington facta thai
m:ty Involve complication with Spain.
Ti e company demand damages ot S5O0,.
ooo or more tor tha manner In which the
authorities In Havana Interfered with
markings ot the cable between Havana
aLd Kev West.
The company claims tha official censor
caused a great loss of business. It ts un
derstrod the administration will forward
an argent protest to the Spanish govern
ment agaiust further Interference.
rRK7.INU IM ALASKA.
JcMinla Millar Talis Harrowing Tl. at
tirant Stiff ring?.
Seattle, W ash., Jan. 1 1. A letter from
fi .wson City, dar-d December V, says:
Jtqutn Miller arrived at Dawson from
Circle City on December 4, very badly
trn, having lost a part of the great
to of bis left foot, bis left ear waa si tiff
ing off and both cheeks f rosen.
Mr. Miller brings a story of great suf
fering all along the river by parties
caught lu the Ice on their way to Yukon,
but who bad not yet reached Circle City.
) BICNATK CONFIRMS THIN.
4 dM Crnuiparker nnd Parkar, RaaaWar
' Monart ana Ulnars.
Washington, Jan. 11. Ths senate to
day brtrlly discussed tha adverse report
by the pensions committee on the bill to
pensiou Oeueral Meade's two daughters
at IU0 a mouth eacb, Chairman Oal
lioser saying that tbe committee did not
wua ft euier oa pensioning lue uaugn
ters of veterans.
Allen, ot Nebraska, thought Meade's
service JuMltled such a liberality. No
action was taken.
Woloott, of Colorado, annonnted a
speech on the money question next Mon
day. Fairbanks addressed toe senate on
After this speech tha Hawaiian treaty
was taken up lu executive session.
Ihe seuate confirmed the following:
Associate Justices of the supreme court
of New Mexico, K. W. Parker, New Mex
ico, and Jonathan W. Crumpacker, In
diana. Receiver ot the laud office at Santa Ke,
K. K. Hobart.
Registers of land offices. 1L Leland,
Koewell, N. M.; M. R. Otero, Santa Ke, K.
W. Kox, Clayton.
Postmasters New Mexico M. J. Cuu
lff. Las Cruces; L. O. Kulton, Kddy.
Lewi Krankeuberger, ot Raton, N. M.,
has been appointed a railway mall clerk.
The posUitllce at Jarales, Valencia
countv, N. M., has been ordered discon
tinued January 1G. Tbe mall will go to
Washington, Jan. 11. The president
has scut these nominations to the sen
ate: John H. Laudts, Pennsylvania,
coiner of the mint at Philadelphia.
Consuls W. Maxwell, Oreeu, Rhode
Island, at Bermuda; Joshua W liber.
Rhode Island, at Dublin, Ireland; Henry
D. Saylor, Pennsylvania, at Matausas,
Room moulding. Whitney Co.
t'ai it il uah
In S 71.700.00
I iiilivldtil prollta.
alxive named bank, tlu solemnly swear that the
V . N. BTItlt KLKK, laalil.r.
Mil day of January, A. I. Ihhs,
II. J. r.MKKtON, Notary Pulilln,
you learn what we are going to do for
to you, and, better and greater than
Wednesday, January 12, we shall be-
We will place on sale 500 pairs of
will be on display marked in plain
will be before you in plain red figures.
strictly first-class shoes ever ottered in
Mall Orders Given
and Promptly Filled
While taking inventory, there were numerous odds and ends and
broken lines throughout the various departments, which wo
will place on tables and which wo wish to got rid of.
Wo aro going to mako tho prices eo low on
these goods that you will be glad
to tako thom off our hands.
Cost Price Will Cut No
YOU mil COME NEARER
There will bo some things which may be a little out of season
which wo do not want to carry over, but you can afford to
pack them away, when you can mako one dollar do tho
work of three. Watch tho daily papers for special
items, and don't fail to visit the Big Store
this week and get your share of the bargains.
AO Patterns 10c and 15c
I SpS-Looking Backward-1 897.
Just one year ago thia atore was opened to the public under the name of
and our motto:
"BEl'TKR U)W3 FOR LESS MONEY THAN ANY 0T1IEE HOUSE,"
has proven a success.
Under no ircumstances is trash tolerated here. Hetter qualities, better service, better whatever
possib'e has been and will continue to be the aim and ambition of this store. Old customers
rem in fum. New ones are coming daily. We guarantee everything we sell to be
a m-rest-nted. No prices but the lowest price. We want you to feel that this
ii yiur store" in everyway. You can go through the various departments
11 ml gnze and price to your heart's content, intelligent salespeople will
answer your questioning. That's the begining and
end of the whole story.
MOW FOK THE NEW YEAH!
We have fi.ii.ihcd taking inventory and have found remnants and broken lots in various depart
ments which we will close out regardless of cost.
ltciiimuitH ol Drt'HH Good
About as pieces all wool Dress Goods,
ranging from I to 8 yards in a piece, reg
ular price of which was up to $1.50 a
yard tuke your pick of any for ll'.ic a
ItciniiHiitrt ot Silks uiitl Velvets
About 50 pieces assorted Silk and Velvet
Remnants from J. to yards in a piece,
ranging in price up to $1.35 a yard take
your pick of any for fiOu a yard.
Keiiiiuiuts of Cotton Goods
Assorted lot of Remnants, consisting of
Cotton Goods accumulated all over the
house, consisting of all kinds of goods, all
piled on one table take your choice of
any piece, only 5c a yard.
Oilds and Ends ot Corsets
The celebrated W C C make; a few
numbers we arecloing out. If we have
your size take 'em for 73c, worth up
tub m t
CETT13Q SOMETHING FOR KQTK1KQ THIN EVER BEFORE
E. L. WASHBURN & CO,
For Men and Boys.
Our clothing is made by the best
tailoring houses in America. Per
fect lit and serviceable. Prices tho
lowest for good clothing in our
Railroad Avenue, - Albuquerque
204 Railroad Avenue. Albuquerque. N. M.
THE II EST LIMITED 8T0KE IN THE CITY.
Atrentft for Ilutter
Ick'fi Patterns anil
Dr. Jaeger'a Underwear.
Day u Received.
Wool Shirts, all sizes, worth up
to $3 each, i hese were a sample lot
If we have your size take 'em for 93o
Cotton Ribbed Shirt and Yetfa,
bought to sell at 05c you can nat
now for only ti)c each.
Misses Grey Ribbed Union Suit, sizes 3,
4 and S; only a few left take 'em for
We still have quite a quantity of those
left which we had on display at 5c and
15c you can have your pick now of the
5c handkerchiefs 3 for 10c, and of the
15c handkerchiefs 3 for 'i&e.
300 Dozen Buttons of all kinds, sizes and
shapes. All kinds only 5c a dozen.