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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 4, 1898.
The Country Waiting for the Mes
sage From the President.
TEN MORE WARSHIPS ORDERED.
Washington, April 4. Chairman Can
non baa moved to suspend the rule of
the house to pas Joint resolution al
lowing th erection of fortification on
private property. I'nanimoaa ronwut
fr ltd consideration waa refused by Mr.
Hallry said ha pimply desired to rail
tha attention of the house to th fact that
It had been In the Isst thirty daya called
upon to tote emergency mwuim and
the hone waa not in posseealon of any
Information showing that the art mini
tratlon thought there waa any eitraordl
nary emergency confronting the coun
try. He would hare denied a dem tcrallfl
president the .V).Oiil.lo appropriation.
Halley said the country ought to know
what the administration In'ende to do.
Thla caueed applause, whlrb the epeaker
rebuked. Cannon aald Bailey w poa
turlng before the country. HI own rlty,
ftainwtnn, might be In danger of boa
"It would be stopped before It cnnld
get there. If we hail the proper eort of
administration," retorted Bailey. Mayers,
damvrat, of rente. In supporting th
reeolutlon. eald he waa willing to Tote
for anything to put the government In a
complete etate of defense. The reeolu
tlon wae paaaed without division.
If nil. or Iowa. moved to eueMnd the
rulea for the ptMnge of a bill for the re
orgsnlza'tnn of the army. After a brief
debate It wae arranged that Wednesday
ehould be set aeld for consideration of
the Hull army bill, with the understand
Ing that It elinnld not Interfere with any
renort from the committee on foreign
The house proceeded with the District
of Columbia bimlnea.
HO TKIIH IN KKPORT.
The Proalitaat Hu Mot Hhh a.ked to
Ha.n Papal M.dlatlon.
Washington, April 4. An oiilcial In
consultation with the preeldent, being In
formed of the report that the United
Btatea and Spain had agreed to select the
pope aa mediator and the pope had ae
cepted, eald with emphaela: "The preel
dent haa never been asked to submit the
dispute to the pope and he certainly haa
never made such an offer. Spain and the
pope may have been negotiating, but
that dnea not affect na. Yon eau deny
the story crucially and In the fullest pos
From another enure It was learned
that the efforts of the pope tended toward
mediation between the Bpanlsb and the
Ineurgento rather than between the
Spanish and the I'nlted Mate.
Mora War Vwli.
Washington, April 4 The navy de
partment to-day sent telegraphic orders to
the auxiliary board lu New York to pur
chase Immediately ten vessels for aux
iliary navy. These boats are to be be
tween 2,000 and 10.OM) tons burden.
Ha Trath la fUport of Pop.'. kfadlatloa
la the apaal.hfuMUoa.
Washington, April 4. President Mo
Klnley announced to-day to leading
tuenitier of congress that there was no
truth in the reported mediation of the
pope In the Cuban incident, be also an
nounced that he hourly was expecting a
cablegram from the Hagasta government
notifying this government of a formal
proposition of armistice to the Insur
gents. Henor Qureada, representing the
Cuban junta aald: "The Cubans will
never consent to an armistice until their
independence Is recognised."
Washington, April 4 The house com
mittee on foreign affaire met at 10
o'clock. Ulllett (rep.. Mass.) said that the
committee would take no action to-day.
The committee ordered the doors locked.
It Is believed that the session was stormy.
What the Ho km OummttUa Will Raoona
maad to Coagroa.
Washington, April 4. The senate com
mittee on foreign relatione baa arrived
at a detliitte ouueluston as to the reeolu
tlon it will recommeud. Senator Davis
has prepared a report to accompany the
resolutions. It will deal with the situa
tion in vigorous languare, and. It Is un
derstood, much will he made in It of the
Maine disaster. The report will be in
the nature of an address to the country,
In justification of the resolutions to be
reported by the committee. The commit
tee expert to report on the stui day the
president's meseage Is received and mem
(ers of the committee still look for a
message that will recommend both rec
ognition aud a declaration favorable to
Pladgad to Maurnaj.
Washington, April 4. Kvery member
of the foreign affaire committee of the
bouse was pledged to secrecy before the
committee adjourned. One republican
member said: "We did nothing." The
committee will meet again to-morrow.
Chairman Adams Informed the com
mittee that the preeldent would com
municate to congresn his views on the
Cut an question by Wednesday, possibly
There was some discussion of the pna
elble form of action the house should
take, some favoring Independence, some
Independence and Intervention and some
demanding war on aconuut of ths Malue
Callao, Pern, April 4. The United
Btatea battleship Oregon has arrived here.
Earopa Majr lutarf.rs,
Washington, April 4. 3:1(1 p. ni.-It has
just been learned here definitely that an
exchange of uotes between the great
power of Kurope has begun concerning
mediation in the npaulsn-American ques
tion, but no definite Instructions have
been received by diplomatic representa
(Ml l llj MnrkaC
Kansas City. April 4.-Cattle Re
ceipts. 4,000. Market slow.
lexas steers, 3.604 tt); native steers.
13 fiVi.0o; storH-rs and feeders. $ 1 60;
uta no; bulls, 2.75S4zo; native cows
and heifers, 4l.bO0i.fNJ; Texas Cows,
Hheeo Kecelnta. 8.000: market steadr.
Limbs, 4.1&ae.65; muttons, J 714
Havana, April 4 There la great enthu
slasm among the Spaniards her. Thou
sand, are entering the battalions of vol
onteers. The treasury has advanced
tX,000 gold to provide for eventualities,
Ohleaao Mtofia Maikal
'hleago, April 4 Cattle Receipts
xu.uiai; niarxei weac to 10 cents lower.
Bevs $3 8646 60; cows and heifers.
ii.U54.mi; Texas steers, 3 60,4.76;
lus-ier ana issuers. ; iTxdt io.
Hhe-p-Keeelpt. .IJM); market steady.
Madrid, April 4 The beet Informed
people here believe thai an armistice be
tween the Spanish and Cubaus will be
proclaimed within two days.
Vhlcaao Unua Market.
Chicago, April 4. Wheat-May,
!(,; July. 85(a,H- Corn April,
tH", J"'v 8o,o. uaie-Aprll, ibHe.
Provlsloaal apaal.h Onnraauil imm
mm Addrm mm tho aitaatloa.
Havana, April 4,-Ths Official Gaiette
publishes the following manifesto:
In provisional government, by Its own
Inspiration, and also as a faithful Inter
preter of the desires of the government
of the mother country, Informs the
i uoaus tuat tney are struggling by
force to reach that which la
already secured In all its reality
and value, and without dangers and
risks of experience- triumph of right
and Justice, with widened horizon for
the future and broad roads for orderly
aud increasing development of all the
living forces of this (Cuban) society."
The manifesto eontiuuea with an earn
est and strong plea to the Cubans to ac
cept outstretched hands and fraternal
embraces and give cordial welcome to
real home rule In Cuba.
PR Ml DENT'S MEMAOE.
This Important Dominant May Not bo
ant to CJoag w till Wodawdaj,
Washington, April 4, It la altogether
probable that the president's message on
the Cuban aituatlou will not be aeut In
before Wednesday. The president, II Is
learned, wtll favor recognition of Cuba
and forcible Intervention It necessary to
prevent further hostilities.
Spain's answer, In effect, will be de
clared to be unsatisfactory and to leave
little or no reasonable gronud for hope
of a satisfactorily settlement of the ques
tion is at all likely to be reached through
diplomatic agencies. The disaster to the
Maine will be treated In a vigorous man
ner. The subject will be dis
cussed In a spirit of patriotism
that must commend Itself to the
entire American people. This policy,
however, It Is said, does not necewwrlly
involve war, but leaves the determina
tinnof that question to Spain herself.
Unless something unexpected happens
within a comparatively short time, indi
cations point to at least a show of force
Aaothor KaaoluUoa for tho lnd.pandanea
Washington, April 4. Grout (Penn.)
to-nay introduced joint resolution re
cognising the Independence of Cuba, aud
authorlxing the president to expend out
of the appropriation for naval defense
$!M)0,000 to provide non-combatants with
necesnary food, raiment aud medicine for
immediate relief from etarvatlon; also
the necessary implements of agriculture
and seede for planting.
The chairman of one of the moat im
portant committees of congress, after
visiting the executive chambers, stamped
the Spanish statement of mediation be
tween Spain and the Uulted States as a
A leading member of congress aald:
"The meseage will go Into congress about
Wednesday. The president intends to
recognize i;uran independence, and may
THE ARMISTICE MATTER,
How tho Popo Wa. Iodoeod to Ash tpala
fur aa Aroil.tleo,
Madrid, April 41:30 p. m. A corres
pondent here of the Asswlaled Press has
just bad an Interview with high per
sonage or great authority wno nas cleared
np many discrepancies In previous re
ports, showlug just how the papal Inter
vention occurred. Ihla uilulsler said
there Is no papal telegram whatever.
What happened was that the Spanish am
bassador at the Vatican was approached
by Cardinal Kampolla (papal secretary of
state) who told him the president of the
United Hute had allowed It to be un
derstood that papal intervention would
be acceptable. The Spaulsh ambassador
wired here to that effect. Thereupon we
Indicated that while it was impossible
for our regular army, fighting rebels, to
agree to offer an armistice at the
suggestion of a certain foreign power,
ASD JEWELED BUCKLES. Not the cheap things,
that you buy but cannot wear, of dry goods stores, but good,
substantial goods at prices from $3.00 to $10.00. Also
buckles without the belts.
IES "W HES 152 IT 'HP
Established 1888. - - R. R. Av Albuquerque. N. M.
when the father of Christendom of
fered Intervention we could not refnse
It, knowing well that reliance might be
placed upou his Independent Judgment.
Ho, not an armistice, bnt a trnee of trod,
has been agreed npon. Spain haa ahown
a willingness to eeenre peace by eoncea
aim to the last point consisfiit with her
national honor. The future depend
npon the power or the American govern
ment controlling the hostile pubiio opin
ion. Hop, for rearo.
Chicago, April 4 A special to the Tri
bune from V,ahlngton eays: John D.
Long, secretary of the navy, made the
f l lowing statement : "1 have never
thought that peace between the United
Stales and Spain was I m possible, and I
do not think so now. Cf course the sit
nation is critics!, but war Is not Inevita
ble and there are reasonable hope that
there may be satisfactory, peaceful so
lution of the trouble."
Secretary Alger dictated this state
ment: "The question Is, can congress be
restrained from tilling Immediate ac
tlon In case of emergency we can put
iw.oon men In the field the first day, aud
a like Duuiiier on the second day.
New York, April 4. Copper, II 1.,
Pop. of Rom. t'raa. Spala to Oram Arm
l.tloo to Caboa.
Madrid, April 4. The pope has sent
an eloquent telegram to t queen re
gent nigiug SnsJu to grant an armistice
to Cuba In view of allowing negotiations
in ls carried on between the Insurgents
and tne tuoan authorities for the early
conclusion of permanent peace. The
pope urges her majesty to take the ac
tion on human grounds.
Pr-vlou to taking this action, the
pope, through a representative at Wash
ington, asked President MrKlnley If It
would be agreeable to him ehould the
nope advise the queen regent to grant
the armtstlee. It Is understood that th
president expressed a willingness that
the pi shonld do anything In his power.
Henor Morel, minister of the colonies had
an Interview with United Stttes Minister
WiNvtford on Sunday, at which he ex
pressed Spain's willingness to grant an
The Correspondence says: "Spain's
reply to ths pop, in accepting media
tlon, said that the honor of Spain would
be safe In bis bauds and full justice
won Id be done."
TBI HEHREVV PASSOVER.
Tho Paoat of tho tTolaaroaad. Mrood will
The Hebrew Pesach or Passover, the
feast of the unleavened bread, will com
mence next Wednesday night. It will
continue all day Wednesday, Thursda)
aud fnday of this week, and on Wednea
day and Thursday of next week. On al
of these davs strict orthodox Hehraa-a
like Hofre Alexander, will keen their
places of business closed. The malorlti
of Jews In this city, however, belong to
ine iioerai or reiormea orancn or Ju-
diasm and their tenets do not require
them to close on these days Bothalike
refrain, from eating anything but un
leavened bread, which Is the great arm.
bo! of this feast, which Is observed In
commemoration of the departure of the
Jews from Kgypt nnder the leadership of
meir great law giver. Moses. The feast
takes Its name from ths angel of Jeho
vah passing over the houses of the Jews
Pharaoh gave them snch short notice
to quit his kingdom that the Jews had no
time to bake the bread reuulred for the
Journey, but departed carrying the dough
upon tneir nam where the sun baked it
for them. This is why Jews on ever an
nual Passover eat nothing but unleav
Next Wednesday evening the Jews will
give caders at their homes, which con
sist of a feast and the offering of nravers
to (rod In the presence of all .he mem
bers of the household.
CBAKUEU WITH AKXON.
ivade aad Archllqiio oa Trial for
tturoluc Mlara'. Mill.
Alberto Cevada and Tonias Archlbeaue.
who were indicted for are .11 br the if mud
jury, are ou trial lu the district court to
dy. They are charged with setting tire
10 n. a. uierae grist mill at ftaciniieulo
which was burned about one year ago.
This forenisiu only eleven furors were
found qualified to try the case so a
special venire was issued returnable this
afturuiMin at 1! o'clock.
District Attorney finical will be as
slsted lu the prosecution of this ease by
ft. v. 1,11a ves aim n. u lieacock. the
attorneys for 'he defendants are A. 11.
WycotI, liorton Moore and Marcus C, du
1 hi forenoon Kortunatl Mori was ad
mitted to full American citlxeimhip upon
renouncing his allegiance to King Hum
bert, of Italy. Augelo Vlviaul aud tr. M
Pedroncxili were the witnesses as to his
years of resilience in this eountr. his
detotiou to ths constitution and the law
aud as to his moral character.
A Huataaa. I'liaaco.
I have to-day sold ths grocery business
heretofore carried on in uiy name to J.
L. Hell A Co., aud recommeud the new
Unu to the customers who have so liber
ally put ron I it wl me lu the past. 1 thank
the public for the patronage which I have
received. Th'wie wishlug to settle out
standing accounts may find me at the
Old etautl, now occupied by the new firm.
K. K. 1HUTTKH.
The firm of J. L. liell A l. have
opened a grocery lu the stand formerly
occupied by K. K. Trotter, aud invite In
spection of sttH-k aud prices We solicit
a share of your patronage.
J. I,. Bkll ft Co.
Albuquerque, N. M., April i, 1mm.
Waltl Wan I Mailt
I have just received word that my or
der for 1.IMIO ladles' low cut shisai, or
dered last winter for the spring trade.
cannot be Countermanded as many of the
slews have already been made. I will
off.r some rare bargains in this Hue of
tlioee as sisin as they arrive, which will
ne within leu days or two week. The
stock will contain all sizes aud It wM
pay intending purchasers to wait until
they arrive. A. Kiaritu.
For next thirty day I will pay highest
rash price for household goods of every
ileHcrlptiou. Iion't sol I until you get my
bid. T. A. rYuiTTKN. lit (iold avenue,
11. K. Morrison and K. K. Michael, of
I. a Ports, Ind , wre Introduced at thlsof
tlce at lionu to-day by Metric! Cou't
Clerk Uweu. The visitor are particular
friends of Judge l'ruuipa-ker, and are
returning from a pleasure trip to the Pa
cific coast. They will continue to 1a
Ports, luil., this evening.
Dr. W. I). Uadcllffs, Charles Relnken,
Louis Vielstlck, Christ hcheele, K. K.
Zineger and C. A. Dalles, all of Belen,
were here Saturday evening, and took in
the Olee club concert at the opera house.
Hen. L. Jones, who Is Interested lu cop
per mining up in the Nacimlento moun
tains, left last Saturday uight for Chi
cago aud New York, lie will be altseut
about two months.
Five Hundred Lives Lost at ao
Suspected Murderers of Col. foun
tain Arrested tod la JalL
Coaial General Lee Getting Ready ts
MM PIAITIB AT lAYAflA.
Ridgway, III., April 4. It Is estimated
this morning that &11O lives were lint In
the Uiwd at Hhawneetowu, 111., last even
ing. The disaster came at A p. m , when a
majority of the people were eating sup
per. Tne break In tne levee occurred a
mils above t twn and was, within ten
mluniee, more than a half mile wide.
A stream ol water twelve to twenty feel
deep, carrying half the current of the
fl.sxi. raised In the Ohio and descended
ou the unsuspecting people In a great
rush, like a tidal wave. There was no
warning. Houses on the outskirts of the
town were lifted and rolled over and
over. Moet of them were torn to splin
ters and their inhabitants drowned.
Nearer the center of the town the
hrick structures stopped the rush of
water few minutes, but about two
thirds of the dwellings were lifted from
their foundation and fiiwted out Into the
river. Horns? wae added to the scene by
a lire In a large house that started down
stream with the others. People on the
roofs were already In danger of being
tnrown on ny collisions, nut the mating
nrenraua set ure to oue bouse alter all
ot her, and the nntortuuate occupants
were eonipslled to trrst themselves to
iheewlrllug water on pieces of wood to
avoid the more terrible death by fire.
Hy means of rafts and swimming In
cold water seventy or eighty people werr
transferred from the garret windows and
risifs to ths flat top of the Gallatiu eoun
ty bank and the court house, which art
brick. It waa hoped these would with
stand the pressure, but when a single
courier, who rode for help toCrnre-i
Junction left Shawneetown, only those
two buildings showed above the broad
sheet of HinmI In the lower part of the
town and it wa doubtful If they would
not collapse. Nearly 1,000 Inhabitants
managed to make their way to the high
hill back of town or to houses In the
higher section of the village itself.
Hi levee broke without warning.
catching the people like rata lu a trap.
The entire town is submerged ten to
twenty feet. The people are huddled at
the Kiverside hotel, court house aud
school house, two-story buildings. The
Kvansvllle provision boats arrived this
morning and the people shouted, "tiod
bless Kvansvllle ami her mayor,"
A partial list of the dead aa follows:
Colonel Collinott, W. K. Collicott aud
wife; Mrs. Kd. Flak, three children ol
UI..V.R, If... 1 1 I I 1
. iiin.nu aui, nniiMTCor ailu IWU
ehildreut Keiuhart; Mary McAllister
Allen McAllister: Annie Khluehart:
Grandmother Holley; Mr. McLaue; Mrs
nan ma reer.
AsKollowIng are (he names additional of
people drowned at Shawneeton: Mrs.
Hreer. VMIIIaiu Thonison and family,
Charles Creighton and family; Mary
neicn aud family; Mary McAllister.
Telepone Information Places the number
of drowned at lfto.
Junction City reports the following
Irowned: Wash Calilcott, Peral Calll-
cott. Mrs. Kd. Flake, Paul Phalen and
family, Mrs. C. H. (ialloway and two
ehildreu, Anna Sarah Ueinhart, Mrs.
Taniey, Mrs. MoClolse.
IPTKiL FOR AID.
Kvansvllle, Ind.. April 4. Mayor Car
ney, of Shawueetown, appealed to day to
congress for aid for ths destitute
people of his strlrken city. It is said
that the town Is absolutely destroyed,
ami that there Is not food enough In
town for oue meal, lie savs that Don
people were drowned. This city seut two
steamboat liatds of provisions last ulght
mat should reacn riiiawneeiowu this
morning. All telegraph and telephone
wires to Shawneetown are down.
Springfield, HI., April 4. ttur. Tanner
has Issued a proclamation calling fur aid
for the Shawueetowu sufferers.
Partial Llat of tho Kaad.
Kranavtlle, Ind.. April 4 Louisville
ft Nashville railway train men bring a
report that the family of Sheriff (iallo
way are completely wiped out by the
tl Nil at Shawueetown.
Mayor Carney now estimates the loss
of life at 300.
SENATE ITOH WAR.
Sav.ral aanalnra I ra. War oa MpalB aad
ladapaad.aeo of Cuba.
Washington. April 4. In ths senate.
Clay, of (ieorgtii, mads a speech urging
that war should be averted If possible,
but adding that thers was no remedy
i hat did not concede absolute Independ
Perkius.ot California, In a speech on
the Cuban question, declared that the
blowing up of the Maine by the Spanish
otllclals was an act of war and hs be
lieved so regarded by the nations of the
world. Mantle and Kawllu followed
Perkins, both speakiLg for Cuban inde
pendence. Mloaa at Haraua.
New York. April 4. A dl-patch to the
World from Havana says: Forty filiating
submarine mines were secretly planted
in Havana harbor last Weduesilay ulght
by the Spanish government.
Gattloa Kaady to Loavo.
New York, April 4 A special to the
Herald from Washington says: "Consul
General Lee has been Instructed to turn
the American consulate over to British
Consul Oollln, and already has made the
necessary arrangements with (iollln to
do so. I his Is a mere precaution In case
that Lee h to leave suddenly. He Is
simply getting his honse in order.
fnlTaraltr lllao Clab.
The t'nlversity Olee club, of Denver,
and rrnremor w. vteiaei, as elocution
1st. entertained a delighted small andl
ence at the opera house Satnrday night.
ine program was voted ny innee in at
tendance to be the beet of the kind ever
given In this city.
Yesterday the (ilea club quartette sang
at inetougregau inai and l-ed avenue
Methodist rhnrches and In ths evening
at the Presbyterian church, greatly to
tne aengni ana enjoyment of the eon
The member of the club. Individually
aim eoiiecuveiv. have made a verv
favornhla Impression on the Albuquerque
puuniana win ne assured of a cordial
and harty reception It they ever return
to this city.
Ths Wtiola Tlrk.t.
The fepubllcatis feel sura of electing
every man nn the republican ticket to
morrow, ine nasty rampalrn the Dcm
ocrat has made has aroused the republl
can to active work for the whole ticket.
Soaportod Mardaror of Colaaet Poaatala
Jall'tf al Lao Craro.
Special lo The Citiicn.
Las Cruces. N. M.. Anril 4 fthsrlff
uarreu sua iiepuiy Meadows arrested
aud jailed early Sunday morning billy
ale New and hilly Carr charged with the
muruer or loionei fountain and Son on
rciirusry i, lHisi.
Deputy Mi-adows and bnseee left vaster.
day for th Sacramento mountains with
wanauU ror Oliver Lee and young (ill
llland, charged with the same crime.
Net!! H. Kield and II. L. Warren ar-
rived thla morning from Albuquerque
aiiu were met at ine depot ny A. b. rail.
It is supposed that they came as eouusel
lor tne arrested Individuals.
V,. H Chillier has been retained to
prosecute for the terrltorv.
There Is Considerable suppressed ex
citement here, but all classes of citizen
hope that the murderers of Fountain aud
his little son will be brought to jus
It Is rntnnred that an Important eon-
tesslon ha been mails and startling de-
veiopuieuis are lonaen. ror.
Joaksy l.ladiiuaal'a laj (tat.
Bad weather atolled the attendance at
the raeie yesterday, though ths tew who
braved the elements were rewarded by
splendid sport, especially In the last heat
of ths trot, when Miuhle Jim went the
last quarter In 34 Si second. The trot
ting event was very exciting. Ariel took
the first heat In 1:14 ti; Nimble Jim the
ieond, after a ehwe finish In 1:16; and
Arlal the last heat aud race In l:m,,
both homes passing under the wire like a
team. Lilian M was third In all three
In the three furlongs race, running,
VI y (JIrt, the odd on favorite, ran away
aud jumped the rail. Sleepy Dick won
the anal beat by a length from Uranada,
Why .Not, third. The winner beat the
flag a couple of lengths at the start.
Hi av-elghlh, running, brought out
a good fieliL Htart gooiL Pueblo, the
favorite -von pulled np, by half a length
tr nk e Kay. K.ulitUon third. Llud
quest rod both winners.
Edward A. Paarann nrna nnmlnal uA nn
the first ballot In the republican conven
tion, and his nomination was mad unan
imous by ths convention. The hog-wash
in tne uemoorat is not worm alien lion.
There will be a meeting of the eitv re
publican central committee this evening
at 7 o'clock at K. W. Clancy's law otllce.
ah tne repuniican eandldatee are re
quested to meet with the committee.
The city papers are trying hard to
tote" fair with the churches, societies.
and all other kinds of organizations, who
give entertatumentM, balls, etc., for ad
mission prices, aud have agreed among
themselves to charge only nominal fig-
urea ior ineir advertisements aud Job
work. Where no admission fees are
charged aud entertainments are strictly
kht cuariiy s saxe, auen as ins puniio li
brary, the city uewspaper are likewise
liberal charging nothing for the adver
tisement, u would be wise, therefore,
for the various advertising committees
of organizations to see th uewspaper'
James D. Kakln, with James Heeler,
will leave this evening for Hland, where
the firm of Mellnl ft Kakln will start a
branch saloon. The force at the Albu
querque house are busily engaged pack
ing goods, aud Mr. Kakln, who will re
main at Hland long enough to see the
new house on its sure footing, state that
Hland patrons will be treated to the beet
g oda lo be purchased.
All members of the Kpworth League
a'e Invited to be present at the business
meeting to-night at the residence of J.
'. Harding, 4 lu west Lead aveuue. After
the business meeting is over the remain
der of the evening will be spent In a so
Boarding houses, restaurant and pri
vate families can save mouey by buying
fruit, butter, eggs, etc., at wholesale
prices at Stamm's fruit and produce
I'nder Sheriff C. K. Newcomer went to
Mania He last night with Miles Allen,
sentenced to one year In the penitentiary
tor forgery, to which he pleaded guilty.
Board and room at Mrs. II. K. Ruther
ford s; also furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. 113, corner Iron aveuue
and south Broadway,
t'nlted States District Attorne W. P..
ClilMor went up to Las Vegas last night
to ausi n me lederai court which is In
seseion there to-day.
Misses Mary and Kdlth Miller, of Chi
cago, arrived In the city Saturday night
ami will visit with their sister, Mrs. K.
l. t ox.
Wanted A competent girl for general
housework; enquire at Hank of Com
merce or my residence. W. H. Strlckler.
Holding Poblic Attention
We haven't advertised a bargain sale, hut
it hu hscoine known ihatwe are selling a
pirl culnrly llnu lo' of Lailiss' Mines at very
tuo It-rat piices, Tliut is enough to bring
those who like good stylish footwear. He
give a few pickings from the large and
Kid mid Patent Ti,. Tan and Klmk.
New ftiid Styliftli, l orn '1 uctj.
$2.50 Per Pair.
Lac and H iiton. I'.n anil Ul.tk
Kid l ip, Com Tuca.
$3.50 Per Pair.
Mill, ONUEhta C.IVK I.UKrtL ATTEMMOtJ.
GEO. C. GAINSLEY & CO.,
nHrjiA.UTjH anoa DQa.ijBn.
South Sooond S3 1 root
Mall Orders Given
and Promptly Filled
TIE I ST
Agents for Batter
lck's Pattern and
Dr. Jaefrer'a Underwear.
Are always Accessible at the Big Store.
The new atvle Wash Good, daint tr fi rnrea ind
tints, locki equal to finest Organdy. Regular
aoc goods, bale price per yard lfic
Just arrived full lire of the l.itet t vl.
Edge Sashes, in p'ain colors. Roman String
Omhre effects and evening shades. Finest qual
ity, assorted widths. Trices from $3 to SO.
AH wool and in the new and standard ahartna
Regular 65c quality; you know what thia (foods
one price per yarti 471,0
One lot of short lenvtha in Emhrniilnrv i,.,,!
ed widths; we want to close them out and have
marked them at one-half regular price. Come
early and get choice.
This week we will speak of
Ladies' Spring Wraps and ready-to-wear Suits.
We have a beautiful line now, but they are going
fast. Special Easter Bargains for thia week.
Lappet Mull Curtains, the latest Fad; dainty
colored flowers on white ground with fluted ruffle.
They only cost you from $2 to $3.50 a pair.
First of the season, all the new styles and
shapes at astonishing low prices. They are pret
tier this season than ever before.
The finest line of Men's and Boys' Clothing
and Furnishing Goods In the city and at about
one-half regular clothing store prices. Special
Easter bargains thia week.
On and after May 1, 189S, we shall discontinue giving Tickets for Premiums. Those having tickets
win piease can ana let us Know what they want bo that we can order Premiuma. Parties
who desire to take advantage of our present plan of giving tickets with
cash purchases will have until May 1 to do so.
A word to the wise is sufficient.
Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Furniture,
Carpets, Crockery, Glassware, Lamps.
Iron Pipes and Fittings.
Largest Stock of Brass
Goods in New Mexico.
Minor's and Engineers' Supplies.
All PatUm 10c and 15c
Day as Received.
204 Railroad Avnue, Albuquerque, N. M.
THE BEST LIGHTED STORE IS THE CITY.
What Housekeeper can afford to neglect attending this important
sale of Staple Cotton Goods, such as you will find mentioned
below. Note tho Brands and Prices. For one week only
Purse Protecting Bargains
60 pier- slilrtlna prints, all new dwlgus, per yd. . S'go
50 pipe's DfW check prints, all uow dmifros, per yd. bo
'JUU pixeoa Iiiclliio BI110 Turkey Hsds aud Grey
prints, pr yard
50 pfect Rttpls chtH-k sproQ kIiikIihiiis, ptr yd
KM places AiiKiskeHK staple vliiKhaiiis, per yd
5il pieces 8MQch Percales, all colors, special, per yd
50 pieces 31 Inch Percales, all Colors, speolal, regu
lar 10 and 12'jn (T1n, per yd
50 pieces art luch KurIIhu and Hea Island Percales,
tlis best rismIs mails, regular Ma good
100 pieces new style Hateeus, all tills season's styles
ao luchss wide
SO pieces Dew spring styles of outing flannel and
iioiinle Doou suiting, tits regular 10, U aud
I2l,e quality, speolal .
87 Inch new cotton cheviots only
2tt-lurh new spring designs cheviot a, regular 12'jo
3tMni-h double (old French Cheviots, regular loe
quality 12', 0
100 pieces new styles gingham Hiid Mmlran cloth in
all ths uew I tem in checks, strlie. and solid
colors, worth (rum 10 to 1 5c, speclol tills week . . lie
-yard wide mnsllu, a good family eotton to
A full yard-wide muslin, good faamlly eotton 64
Full yard-wide muslin, either Lonsdale or Kroll
Full yard-wide One quality unbleached muslin 5e
Full yard-wide eambrlo 80
FILLUVV OASING-Pepprrill or Lockwood
42-Inch, sale price
KMiich, sals price
54 Inch, sale price . ..
ftt-iiit-h, 7x4, sale price
i2-llich, Mi4, sale price...
M-inch, in I' sale price
Wi luch. 10x4, sale price
A mmmt aaalllyara.4 I'akleaehMl ahtwtias.
wr - - ... v m mmw mm mmmwt
Bale prices ou ready-iuade Sheet. Bleached Mohawk
brand, nicely mads and full width and length, alas
64'JO. 5c; 72W). 43c; 8UU0, 47ei SOxHO, 500.
Heady made pillow Cases. Bleached Mohawk grada.
size 42x30, 10c; U5x3, 12,e.
Hemmed I lurk towel, size 17x39, sals price 10c
Fringed Huck towel, sice 111x41, sale price 12tv'e
Hemmed Huck towel, site 20x4 sale p'lce 15c
Hem-stitched Huck towel, size l'Jx3l, sale price.... l'Jc
Hemmed Huck towel, size 27x13, sale price 23c
1'ubleached, colored border, size Vti'M, sale price.. 10u
,', bleached, colored border towel, oatmeal slss
1NX38. sale price 15j
Full bleached, colored border toweL hem-stltebed,
size l'.x41, sals price 19e
Full bleached, colored border towel, knot end. else
18x42, sale price 19e
Full bleached, colored border towel, knot end
(ringed, size 21x45, sale price E3c
Also a big line of Bleached and Unbleached Turkish Towels from 8 cents up. Notice the
display of White Spreads, principally Marseilles, from 45 cents up. Our Special No. 140 at
$1.6$ cannot be duplicated for $2 00 in town.
N. II. Open until 1) o'clock Evenlngx ufter April 1st.