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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 22, 1098.
North Atlantic Squadron Will Block
ade Havana Harbor and City.
K7 Wwrt. Fl, April 22 The North
Atlantic sqosdron, iopt the monitors
Terror and Puritan and smaller erulners.
Ml led from Key Wert at 5:49 till morn
lng, headed (or the Forida straits. Be
Idee the two monitor the ihips left be
hind are the gunboat Helena, the cm le
ers llarblehead and Detroit, the dispatch
boat Dolphin and the torpedo boaU Cosh
lng, Pupont and Porter.
The eblpe that sailed are the Iowa, In
diana, Cincinnati, Detroit, Naehvllle,
Wilmington, Caetlne, Marhlae, New
port, Amphrltrlta, Mangrore and May
flower, and the torpedo boat, Koote.
Why the powerful monitor, Puritan
and Terror, did not accompany the fleet
could not officially be learned. It U said
that they may follow shortly.
BLOCKADE Of HAVANA.
Big riM Will Blaaaada aad Captor tha
Washington, Aprtl M. Th state de
partment 1 preparing a proclamation
announcing the blockade of the Havana
A note to the power la In preparation
deBnlng our attitude a to prirateerlng
and commercial phases of the war.
The war department will Issue a vol
unteer' call as oon as the volunteer bill
Is a law. Conferee on the bill have
Ka.olntloa la Porta Bin.
New York, April 21 A dispatch to
the Herald, from Bt. Thomas, say that a
revolution ha broken out In the Ponce
district, Porto Rico, and there I rioting
all through the Island.
S-IH8T UVM or 1HI WAR.
Valla IUIH CralMr Captarn a Spanish
Key West. Via., April 21 The first
8panlsh prlie I the steamer Buena Ven
tura, from Pascagoula, Miss., for Rotter
dam, with lumber. The Nashville fired a
blank shot which the Spaniard Ignored.
This was followed by a shot from a sll
ponndnr. The Buena Ventura then ur
rendred with a crew of twenty men.
The Nashville towed the prise Into this
harbor at 11 o'clock and put a prise crew
EWar Admiral Sampan.
Waxhlnglou, April 23. Capt. Sampson
will be nominated for rear admiral.
Aftr the war oluee be will drop back to
to his old rank. This step Is taken to
Insure Sampson' command as ranking
Tha rra.id.nt Coa.l4.ra tha War la
Washington, April 22. The cabinet
msetiug to-day lasted from 11 to 1
The proclamation to the world that
this government will establish and ef
fectively maintain the blockade of the
port at Havana, occupied considerable
The proclamation substantially, as
prepared by the attorney general, was
elgued and will be promulgated, it Is
nudt-retood, at once.
The embargo resolutions of congress
were finally approved by the president
These will be put Into effect Immedia
tely. They will effectually prevent the
landing at any Cuban or other Bpanlsb
port of coal or other contraband articles.
The president consider that war I on
and will force the Issue.
final R.adr to Sail.
Fort Monroe, Va, April 21 The fly
lug squadron here is ready to move at
aiiy minute. All the ship are target
Washington, April 2i-The state de
partment 1 considering recommending
thtt congress declare war.
Washington, April 22. The volunteer
call will probably not Issue to-day.
Madrid, Aprtl 22.-AU person who
have been consulted by the queen regent
advised tha continuance of the Sagasta
Hamilton 17-JweI Railroad Watches $52. BO
Elgin 21-Jewal Railroad Watches $28.00
Thee are adjusted and rated in three positions, and are cased in open-face
Bllverlne screw bevel eases. W guarantee them to pas inspection or refund money
Leading Jeweler, R. R. Ave, Albuquerque. N. M.
Watch Inspector tor Santa F Railroad. W make a specialty of Watches (or Ball
cabinet. It I probable that the minis
ter of the marine. Admiral Bermejo, will
Insist npon resigning la order to take
command of the squadron. Patriotic
enthusiasm reigns thronghout the prov
inces. Blokada Praalamatloa,
Washington, April ai. The president
has Issued the blockade proclamation. It
announce the blockade of all port on
the north coast of Cuba and the port of
Clenfuega on the south coast.
Will Taha Hawaii.
Ban Francisco, April 23. Advice from
Honolulu under date of the 14th Instant
state that It 1 rumored that Minister
Sewall and Admiral Miller will take
formal possession of Islands In the name
of the United State as coaling stations.
New Yoik, April 83. The British
steamship Aloedlne, heavily ladened with
provisions, sailed for Havana to-day.
Her captain aald he did not believe the
Aloedlne would reach her destination.
Ha Raachas Pranoa Artar Man? Eaeltln
Elp.rl.noaa Ka Hoata.
Bendaye (Spanish frontier), April 22.
United Btatee Minister Woodford reached
the frontier safely at 8 a. m., after excit
Spanlah police attempted to capture a
member of the United Btate legation,
but the attempt was frustrated by Wood
ford. At Vallodolld the United State minis
ter' train was attacked. He slept quiet
ly throughout the disturbance.
At Valladolld the United States minis
ter' train was attacked and atoned.
Window were broken and the civil
guard were eompnlled to protect his
carriage with drawn swords. Woodford
slept throughout the disturbance. The
Bpanlsb police made a determined effort
to capture Mr, Moreno, Woodford's secre
tary, but Woodford stood In the doorway
of the carriage, declaring that he should
not be removed by force.
Police accompanied the train from To
loeo to San Sebastian, where they left on
seeing the general determined to main
tain his rights.
Woodford told the Spanish officers that
Moreno was a naturalised cltixen of
Great Britain, but tbey claimed that be
was a Spaniard.
Rich Prlaa for a Crnltar,
La Palmas, Canary Islands, April 32.
Tha Spanish steamer Mouteerrat left
her on April 13, with a valuable cargo
tor Havana. She would prove a rich
prise for a United States cruiser.
VOLUNTEIK ARM V.
nanata Am.adm.nl ta Army Bill A (mad
to by tba Houaa,
Washington, April 23. Conferee of
the two houses on the volunteer army
bill reached an agreement before con
gress couveued to-day. The senate re
cede from the amendment concerning
the time In which the orsanlied militia
shall serve, but the time for which all
volunteers are to be enlisted 1 reduced
from three years to two. The Warren
amendment authorizing the Dreeldent to
organize Independent troops was re
tained, but the number was limited to
3,000. The senate receded from ths
amendment making it compulsory for
regiment and company uillltla officers to
receive their commissions from tha gov
ernors of their respective states, aud
leaving It optional, as fixed by the bouse.
The eeuate also receded from the amend
ment attaching an engineer owcer to the
staff of each brigade commander. All
other senate amendments, reducing the
rank of staff officers, etc., were agreed to.
Washington, April 23. Up to noon
nothing has been received by the govern
ment Indicating that the Spanish fleet
has left Cape Verde islands.
Washington, April 22. The president
to-day aent the nomination to the senate
of Col. Wm. H. Nash, to be assistant com-
mlesary general of subsistence, to be
commissary gMieral of subsistence with
the rank of brigadier general.
Mania Will Prlralaar.
London, April 22. It was announced
In the house of common title afternnnn
by Balfour, acting secretary of foreign
affairs, that Spain has not yet given no
tice of bsr adherence to the declaration
of Paris, regarding privateering.
Rpala Will Ins Prl.atanra.
London, April 22 dpaln, it Is semi
officially announced, has declined to act
in conformity with the declaration of
Parle respecting neutral vessels and
lonl la Cantranaad.
London, April 83. A dispatch from
Madrid says that the Spanish govern
ment ha been officlilly notified that
Great Britain will regard coal a con
traband of war.
Washington, April 2J. Representative
Grout, of Vermont, after a conference
with Secretary Alger, aay that the ad
ministration will not recommend a de
claration ef war.
Southampton, April 22 The steamer
Paris, chartered by the United State
government, sailed at 3:16 p. m. for Nea
York. There was great enthusiasm amoug
the crowds on the dorks.
Want ta Rapal larari.ra.
Havana, Aprtl 22. The colonial gov
ernment has published a manifesto call
ing npon the Inhabitant to "repel the
War PnM-lamnllaa Iwaad.
Washington, April 23. A proclama
tion notifying all natlous of the harbor
blockade of Havana ban been signed and
will b Issued immediately.
Washington, April 32. The senate has
agreed to the conference report on the
volunteer army bill. It now goes to the
Washington, April 32. The senate to
day promptly went Into executive se
slon on motion of Cockrell, of Missouri.
STATE OP WAR.
ttonaral Blanco Iwelaraa That War How
Havana, April 21 Captain General
Blanco has published a decree confirming
previous decree and declaring that the
Island Is In a' state of war. He also an
nuls former decree granting pardon to
the Insurgent and place under martial
law all guilty ot treason, espionage,
crime against the peace or against the
Independence of the nation, seditious re
volte, attack against the government or
against the authorities and against those
who disturb public order though only by
mean of printed matter.
Madrid, April 22 An Immense crowd
witnessed the military parade In front
of the palace this morning. Intense
enthusiasm was displayed when the
young king appeared on a balcony. A
big demonstration has been arranged for
Mnttny on avaal.h Plaat.
Galveston, April 22. Captain Burnett,
of the British steamer Asloud, just ar
rived from Las Palmas, says: "Delay to
the Spsuisn fleet was caused by a mu
tiny of the crews aud the destruction ot
the machinery of the boat by muti
neers." Will ba laanad To-Morrow.
Washington, April 22.-It was stated
at the w hit House that the proclama
tion calling for 100,000 men will not be
Issued until to morrow.
Secretary Porter would not say wheth
er the bill hail yet been signed.
To M mi tba Oraoa.
Buenos Ay res, April 22. The Spanish
torpedo guuboat Temerarlo left here to
day. It Is believed that she Is going to
meet the United States battleship Ore
gon. Tha Red Croni.
Havana, April 22. -Ladle of the Red
Cross society called on the captain gen
eral to offer their services during the
lilr. a Yarht.
Washington, April 22. F. Augustus
8chermerhorn, ot New York, has given
his flue yacht, Free Lance, to the govern
ment. Call for Spanlah Hasrnlta,
Madrid, April 33 A royal decree has
beeu gazetted calling out 3(10,000 of the
reserves of 1H97.
Chicago, April 22. Chris Merry, con
victed of the murder ot his wife, Pau
line, was hanged to-day.
Washington, April 22. The senate ad
journed out of respect to Senator Wal
tliall. Randy to fight.
Hong Kong. April 22 The United
State squadron Is ready to sail.
Chlona-o Htoca Mat bat.
Chicago, April 32. Cattle Receipts,
3.500; market, steady to strong.
Beeves $31H)4S.20; cows and heifers,
$2.2664.60; Texas steers, 3.76j4.60;
storkers and feeders, $3 70t.7&.
Native sheep, S3.2544.0O; westerns,
t3.754.60; lambs, 1 15.55.
Cblcaao Urmia ntark.t.
Chicago, April 22. Wheat May,
tl lVi; July. HHVrfKH't'e. Corn April,
32ic; July,33.o. Date-April, 27,o;
New York, April 22. Money on call,
nominally at i$'i per cent. Prime
mercantile paper 07.
Skirts mails to order lined with beet
quality slleela or percale, velveteen
bound , from any dress goods In our store,
made by a good dress maker, only 1. CO.
Golden Bui Dry Goods Co.
THE REGULAR ARM!
Ten Thousand Troops Concen
trated at Chicamanga Park.
Proclamation Ctlllof for 100,000
Volunteers Stg-aed by President.
Spain Calls Oat ta Army of Three HnaJrcl
SFAalAlDf Or COS 4 TALKIHO BliVaXT.
Chattanooga, April 22. Col. A.J. Rein
bold who arrived to-day at the head ot his
oommaud from Fort Ktley, Kansas, was
placed at the head ot the first brigade of
cavalry, being senior olllcer on the
ground. Col. Geo. Huntt, ot the Becoud
cavalry, has been placed In command ol
the secoud brigade. The artillery, divid
ed Into two brigades, ha beeu placed tu
command ot Msjur Ullleuback, aeulor of
ficer present until the arrival of Colonel
Randolph and Major Lancaster, when the
latter will assume eommaud ot one brig
ade, both to be uuiler Colonel Randolph.
Twelve train loads ot cavalry aud ar
tillery and Infantry, all from westers
points, arrived In Chattanooga to-day and
as fast a possible were seut out to
Chlckamauge and unloaded.
Before midnight almost aa mauy more
will have arrived.
The Seventh Infantry, from Fori Lo
gan; Klghtb lufantry, from Fort Ruswll;
Tweuty fouith lufautry, from Fort Doug
lass, aud Sixteenth from Fort Sherman
aud Spokane and Boise barracks, on their
way to New Orleans, were Intercepted aud
will be seut to Chlckamauga, swelling
the number of troops to nearly ten thou
tall for Voluatavr.
Washington, April 22 Secretary AI
ger took the proclamation calling for
volunteers to the white hous for the
president's signature, when he went to
the cabinet meeting. The call will be
for 100,000 men to serve on year.
Washington, April 22,-At 12:17 p. m.
th house adopted the conference report
ou the volunteer army bill.
Ta Ha Kept a. .ml.
Washington. April 82. Secretary Lona
ha laid down a hard and fast ml for
bidding Information concerning fleet
Captain Sanpaaa Appointed.
Washington, April 22. Secretary
Long said this afternoon that Captain
Sampson had been appointed "acting
rear admiral." It is supposed that be
will be named later as rear admiral.
W.yl.r at Madrid.
Madrid, Aprtl 22. The queen regent
bad a long conference to day with Gener
al Weyler and the Kuropeau diplomats
had fiequeut conferences with the min
ister ot foreign affairs.
St. Johns, N. B., April 21 Incoming
ships report having seen a mysterious
steamer iff Cape Race. Rumor has It that
she is a Spanish warship watching for
Should llara Pad tha Cuban.
Havana, April 22. Delegations ot
Spanish merchant visited Blanco offer
ing to furnish tree provisions It neces
sary to the garrison and to the poor.
Kamor Ihat May II. Traa.
Key Vt est, April 22. The rumor that
the Spanish cruiser Alfonso Xill bad
been blown up by a cruiser belonging to
the United States, was current here this
morning, but Is discredited by the best
Washington, April 22. The coal em
bargo resolution has beeu slgued aud Is
uow a law.
" BOtn. ItKKH."
The I vnt will ba Cel.bratad la this Clljr
To-morrow Is " Bock Beer Day " In this
city, aud the reputation of the South
western Brewery and Ice company, for
this ancleut aud delightful beverage Is
so well known throughout the entire
southwest that the ludulgeut are wait
lug auxlously for the tapping of this
year's special brew.
This special brew was made on Nov.
yth last ot pneumatic drum dried malt
and feaager Bohemian hops, and is strict
ly a malt ami hop beer of the ancient
Germau style, handled with all the mod
ern appliance and machinery, aud de
fies all competition.
Lo.1 la lb Cochltl..
Word reached this city this morning,
lu letter a written to Col. J. II. Galnsley,
that a well-known Albuquerque gentle
man was lost for several hours Tuesday
night in the "wilds" of the Cochltl coun
try. The aforesaid Alhuquerquan, who
Every rtrp takrn In ihoe that ms made rKht dim ynu harm The fault 1. in th lul
Much nioliey and la!lin luu-t be taken m ith the lat to have it jn.l right, alter hu h eveiy hu
tna.lc UiMUl It ill be ju.t right. It l. aaid tlmt I'maree dl Sin it Ij have nln- uf ll. e llllet collec
tion, uf iaia in the country. 1 hi. lathe finn of which liuvrrnor Flliklire, of M u hiuan.
member. Integrity ami cuhaclrntimmnrsa are the lIuiji terinu i( the in- they make They
aiea!aya!ehi.e. to buy Wh UA t 1 lit lll-.sl LINK UK Mfc.VS SlloKS IN THE
CITY. Bbk UL'K l.ou bHul-3.
GEO. C. GAIHSLEY
I known for his like and dislike ot
nature and especially of th heavens.
wandered from his room at S o'clock
Tneeday night, and aa he failed to show
up at o o'clock his room mate became
alarmed. He notified a few ot the hardy
mouuialiienrs that a lost man was wan
dering somewhere In the canyons and
that he was without his tools.wbereupon a
searching party was organised, with
shot gnus, rifles and pistols and lanterns.
After dividing off Into three or four dl
vlMon. the several partle started out.
and firing reverberated throughout the
lofty trees surrounding Bland. The
lantern brigade finally fouud the lost
man and returned him to his room-mate
AKHr.nrau roi praco.
taaloo. Patriot. Att.mpt ta ta VI
Wtthaat Pari. Mill..
K I. f.chlikei.lierger and H III. Gibson,
an engineer and D rem an ot the Santa Fe
Pacific railroad company, resigned their
positions yesterday with a view of going
to war and received quit papers stating
thai tb r had reigned for th purpose ol
erviug their country.
Bchenkenberger endeavored to leave
th cily with.mt paying hi room rent at
the tru.ueu Htile house and Gibson forgot
entire!;- aut a bill ot X which be
owed biiou Stern for a suit ot clothes
Schenkeuberger removed hi wife's
trunk from the Golden Rule hone and
.he lert for her hmne In the east
last night John Cieghorn mad a
eomplaint against Hchenkeuberger,
charging him with attempt to defraud.
Us could not be found at th depot, so
OlDeer Barnhlll boarded tb train for
Isleta where be tonnd Sohenkenberger.
Th la ter tried to escape bat was uot
fleet Miough ot tool aud was raptured,
lie had bis hearing before Justice Craw
ford this morulng. He pleaded not guilty
Hut a he admitted that he had removed
trunk without receiving Mr. Cieghorn'
eminent, he was found guilty aud given
.hlrty day lu the county jail.
Gibson a as arrested at the train by
Marshal F.ruoff last night on the charge
of obtaining goods under false pretenses,
Gibson's trial was set for April 80. lu
the meantime he Is couflued lu the
oounty J. i, being held ou a w.lt ot
Jim. Badarraceo has opened his popular
summer resoit on the Mountain road,
north of th olt, and patronage 1 in
vited. It will be kept orderly and the
bar la supllut with th best ot liquor
and cigars. ;
Attrition, Odd Pallow.
Altuqueiqi. Lodge No. 1 meet this
evening. Tie -e will be work In the first
degree. . All r-'iuhers requested, and via
Iters Invited tteml.
A. D. Johnhon, N. 0,
J. A. Com.kt, Secretary.
"Why Is not the hitching ordinance
enforced In this cltyT Inquired a gentle
man of Tui Citi.f.n representative this
morulng. "Hardly a week passe but
that there Is some runaway due to the
careless habit of permitting team to
staud unhitched on the street. Fortu
nately no considerable damage ha been
donees yet, and this Is an opportune
time to put a stop to the practice."
Daniel Byrnes, who cam her from
Chicago about a month ago for hi
health, died on north Third street last
night. Ills sister, Mrs. Margaretl Ben
nett, arrived last Tuesday. The body has
been embalmed by Undertaker Strong
and will be shipped to Chicago to-night.
Judge Crumpacker this morning In
structed the jury lu the case of Gentile
vs. the City to bring lu a verdict for the
plelntlff and asses his dumages at one
cent aud ousts. This was th last case to
be tried at this term and the petit jury
. Always the first with low prices. Lad
les we call your attention to our new
idea we will have made to your order
from any dress goods lu our store a skirt
lined with best quality percallne or se
lesia, velvet bound, for, for 11.00. Golden
Rule Dry Goods Co.
Bt, George Creaghe, of Bt. Johns, Ari
zona, canie In from toe west last night
aud registered at Sturges' European. Mr.
Creaghe is the popular sheriff of Apache
county, aud I here on a visit to hi son,
who Is attending school.
Laities' Oxford shoes, all style and
sIes, special this week; f 1.40 a pair.
Golden Rule Dry Goods Company.
The city's bock beer is always the
best; have uo other; Insist on having It.
Columbia and Hartford bicycle at all
prices from 35 up. llahn & Co.
Rehearsal for principals of Krmlule
this evening at 7 o'clock sharp.
The city's book beer Is always the
beet; drink no other.
Just received, u carload
of lltsn' Ale and (.uinnesb'
'Stout" at Lowenthal &,
Hell. Me Shoe Dealer.
123 S. Second St.
Mall Orders Given
ami Promptly Filled
OUR SATURDAY SPECIAL
The BIGGEST BARGAIN of them all for this Saturday.
Men's Handsome SPUING SUITS in Grey and Brown, Latest
Stylo Check. Just the thing for a Business
And remember that
Those Suits look equal to other stores $10.00 Suits. Our SAT
URDAY PRICE will
Furniture and Carpets.
All Patterns 10c and 1 5c
The Making of a Skirt Opportunity I
Weaves, worth 75c and up, wo will make and fit a Skirt to
your order, tho total cost of which will bo less than a ready
Select a Novelty in either Colored or Black Dress Stuffs
from our stock, worth from 75c up to tho best in our Dress
Goods Department, and wo will charge you for making and
Finding only $2.00. (Wo do not mean Plain Weaves.)
And of Course the Material of Your Selection Extra
At this price for making and tiudins,$2.0 0. We cannot make
up goods that havo been bought of us before. Wo moan only
such goods as are bought of us during this Salo of Black and
Colored Novelty Weaves, worth 75c and upward.
The Lining will be Percaline or Silesia with Velveteen Binding and the Skirt
will be made perfectly plain and by one of the best dressmakers in town.
nn TiTn nmnnn
Dll Ml MUM
this Trico is for
and Careful Attention Given to Mail
204 Railroad Avonue. Albuquerquo,
LIGHTED 8TOKE IN
Just now while you are doubtless pon
dering over what you shall wear comes
If you will select material for a skirt
of either Colored or Black Novelty
Agent- for Batter
lck's Patterns and
Dr. Jaeger's TJn.
Shades and Curtains.