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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 23, 1898.
Ship Captured by the New York
Under Guns of Moro Castle.
FLYING SQUADRON TO
Now York, April Z3.-A dinpttch to the
.irald from Ky Wrwt, timed Saturday
at t p. m., nays: Tb blockad of Harana
wai MtabllHtind at 4 o'clock ;Mtrrla.
Tha flsgftblp New York captured
BpanUh morehant ataanuitilp under tbe
guns of lloro eaatle after a thrilling
CAPTVBI OF TBI PKDBO.
St. Lonla, April 23. A ppreial to tbe
Poet- Dlnptlch from Key Weet eayi that
tbe ernleer New York arrived this morn
ing. The steamer ehe captured 1 aaid to
be tbe Pedro, not the Alpboneo XIL
Tbe New York eent a ebot acroee the
Spaniard's bow. Tble did not atop bur
Then Capt. Sauipaon ordered all eteam
on and a etern chase of four mile fol
lowed. When the flagnhlp got In better
range ehe eent three more Dhoti after the
Spaniard, who then enrrendered.
Amy Kwriulutln BUI,
Washington, April 28. Tbe bonne met
t 10 o'e lock and began consideration of
the army reorganisation bill.
After tbe Walthall funeral tbe honee
reenmed eoniilderallon of tbe army bill.
THI SXTIBU SUCAORON.
It Will Frabably Oa to Mtrt aa4 AM tka
New York, April 23. A special to tbe
Times from Waehlngton eayi: "Com
modore Schley will probably aail on Sat
urday with the flying squadron, and
bound, perhaps, to the south. He will, It
is said, go in search of the battleship
Oregon and the gunboat Marietta. It Is
feared that the torpe io gnnboat Temer
arlo and another torpedo boat la watch
ing for the American ships somewhere in
the southern waters.
Spaalarda Captara a Ship.
London, April 28. It Is reported here
that the Spaniards hare captured tbe
American ship Shenandoah which sailed
from San Krancleco in January for Liver
pool. tub sair pabis.
Humor that Mb U Captaraa by ib. Spaa
Falmouth. England, April 2a Tbe
American line steamer Paris, chartered
by the United States government, which
tbe Spaniards are trying to capture,
panned tbe Lisard yewterdsy evening and
should now be well on her way west
FA BIS AND TOPEIA.
London. April 23. The United States
ship Topeka Is safe. Tbe steamer which
collided with the Albatross has been
One report says the American liner
Paris baa been captured) another says
that she la returning to Southampton.
Both are discredited.
It is believed that the Bedfast reports
of the capture of the Parts, are simply
repetitious of yeutorday evening's reports,
which have since been found untrue.
LATEST ABOUT THE PABI8.
The American line steamer Paris has
not returned to Southampton. The ouly
Information obtainable Is that she pass
ed the Lizard yesterday evening.
Army to Laad la Cnba.
Washington, April 23. Representative
Hull, In tbe house, said it was Oen.
Miles' purpose to effect a landing In
Cuba as soon as practicable. It would
take six weeks or two months to equip
the volunteer army.
to Will Adjaara.
Washington, April 28. The senate will
not pass the army reorganisation bill to
day but will adjourn immediately after
Tha Nufrori at Work,
Key Weet, April 33 The Mangrove
baa left here headed southeast equipped
as a cable ship. It is said that she bas
gone to destroy the submarine cables
south of Cuba.
Ship Oimd frolMt,
Liverpool, April 23. Owner of the
Buena Ventura, the Spanish ship cap
tured by the United States cruiser Nash
ville yesterday, have Issued a signed pro
test against her capture. They say that
Hamilton 17-Jaw.l Railroad Watches $52.50
Elgin 21-Jewal Railroad Watcher. $28.00
These are adjusted and rated in three positions, and are cased In open-face
811verlne screw bevel eases. We guarantee them to pass Inspection or refund money
Leading Jeweler, R. R. Ave. Albuquerque. N. M.
Watch Inspector for Santa Fa Railroad. We make specialty of Watches for Rail
MEET THE OREGON.
the cargo belongs to BrltUh merchants
and was Insured in Great Britain. They
further allege that the capture was il
legal, as the ultimatum of the president
had not expired when she was captured.
aa Caaat DablH,
Washington, April 23. The secretary
of tbe navy has sent to tbe committee on
naval affairs an urgent request for Im
mediate action on a joint resolution,
creating a United State auxiliary navy
for sea coast defense.
phlpa ! Sl(bt or Baaaaa.
Havana, April 23. Havana Is agitated
by war enthueiasm. The United States
fleet can be seen in the offing. Great
confidence is felt among the Spaniards In
tbe effectiveness of their batteries.
Washington, April 23. Secretary Sher
man, It is almost certain, will leave the
cabinet. Assistant Secretary Day Is the
Tba War Daalaratlaa.
Washington, April 23. President Mo
Klnley, while not absolutely decided, be
lieves that a declaration of war shonld
be made. Us la likely to so recommend
to congress io day er early next week.
Faaaral ! Soaator Walt baa.
Washington, April 23. Without com
pleting consideration of the army reor
ganisation bill, the house took a recess
to attend the funeral of Senator Wal
thall. CAPTUKK Of THK PEDRO.
Haw tba Maw York Captarad Talaabla
New York, April 23.-Tbe New York
Journal's Key Vt est dispatch, dated tbe
22d, on the dlepatch boat, says: The first
shot fired in anger from the gnn of an
American Ironclad across the bows of an
enemy's ship sloes the alone of the civil
war was burled from the deck of the New
York as a signal to the Spanish freighter,
Pedro, of Bllboa, to heave to, shortly be
fore 6 o'clock this evening. Vainly the
Spaniard raced. Charging along at trial
test speed the New Yoik soon lag across
the bows of the Spanish ship and a crash
ing challenge blsced from tbe deck of
tbe cruiser. Then the Spaniard bove to.
Knslgn Marble led tbe prize crew, con
sisting of a file of marines and seamen,
and took tbe prise to Key West
Will ba Captarad.
London, April 23. A dispatch from
Singapore says there is reason to believe
that the Spanish mall boat Isle de Min
danao will be eaptured by a United States
cruiser before she arrives at Manila.
CADI TO BOMBARD.
Am.rloaa War Ship Caaaa Eioltam.nl la
tba Port, at Havaaa.
(Copyrighted Aaaociated Pre.)
Havana, April 2i. At i p. m. the Sem
aphore, a British ship, signalled the
United States fleet, which was In sight,
and at 6:15 a red flig was run op at the
sigual station, warning guna were Cred
from Moro Castle and afterwards from
Cabanas fortress adjoining it. This
eiused excitement throughout the city
and was the first real note of war. A
British schooner which was In the har
bor put to sea. Immediately followed by
the German steamer Remus and the
American steamer Saratoga. Regular
troops and volunteers ruHhed to their
quarters. Captain General Blanco made
brief examination of the fortifications
and went to a spot from which he could
see the approaching fleet There was no
sign of alarm anywhere. Tbe Spaniards
have great faith In the strength of their
forts, batteries, etc., and tbe effective
ness of thklr heavy artillery.
The Topeka I. All Klabt.
London, April 23. The United States
cruiser Topeka is safe. Tbe ship which
collided with the Albatross on Tuesday
after leaving Kalmoutb was tbe Jena
mine, which has reached Cardiff In a
Key Weet, April 33. The steamer Pe
dro, from Antwerp for Pensaoola, Fit
reached here this morning, having been
captured by a warship. The Pedro Is a
Spanish freighter, which left Antwerp
Madrid, April 28 The Spr.nlih senate
organised to-day. Captain General
Blanco was congratulated on the enthus
iasm shown by tbe army.
Wallla for Craw.
Falmonth. Kngland, April 23. The
United Btatee torpedo boat Somen Is
ready for sea, but dimcutly is being ex
perienced In getting a crew.
Rrned a Carta.
Liverpool, April 23. A steamer to-day
refused to take a Cargo of gun cotton,
etc., believed to be Intended for tbe
United States government
Paraial Oaelaralloa or War.
Waehlngtou, April 28 The president
will send a message to congress on Mon
day asking that a formal declaration of
war be made.
Washington, Aptil 23. It Is nnder
stood that ths volunteer army will be
eouceotrated at Chlranianga.
Washington, April 2311:38 p. m.
Tbe senate adjourned until Monday. No
business was done to day.
Prlaa at Ray Waal
Key West, rla April 23. The Spanish
steamer Pedro was bronght In here In
charge of the prise crew.
Paaaad tba Maaaa.
Washington, April 23. Tbe army reor
ganisation bill passed the bouse at 1:43
St. Johns, N. K, April 23. Gov. Murray
his Issued a neutrality proclamation.
Tasaa to Ha Larlad
at Oaaa by
Washington. April 23. Republican
members of ths ways and meaus com
mittee have agreed upon a war revenue
bill. Chairman Dlngley will Introduce
It this afternoon. A 500,000,000 loan Is
provided In the form of 3 per eent 10-20
bonds. One hundred million dollars
cert I Urates of indebtedness to bear 8 per
eent interest are also provided.
Notaa Aaa.rkeaa bblp
New York, April 23.-U. V. Dearborn,
agent of the American ship Shenandoah,
said that be beard from trustworthy
sources that It was not his ship, but the
British ship Shenandoah from Newport
News, April 13, for Liverpool, that has
been boarded and essuilned by the Span
lards. Captarad Prlaa Agraaad.
Key West, April 23. Tbe captured
Spauleh steamer Buena Ventura is still
aground and leaking badly. There is
strong suspicions thut the ship has been
scuttled by a Spanish crew.
Columbus, Ohio, April 23. The senate
by a vote of 19 to 17 adopted the majority
report of ths committee, which Investi
gated Ilauna's elect Ion, declaring that be
was elected by conspiracy and bribery.
Aim oat a ran I. at Madrid.
Madrid, April 23. A panic on the stock
exchange has been counteracted by tbe
supreme efforts of financiers. A rush to
the banks to exchange notes Into sliver
has been stopped by ths determination of
the treasury officials to allow free coin
age of silver.
Washington, April 23. Secretary Al
ger bas decided to concentrate tbe vol
unteers at Washington, Richmond, At
lanta and possibly one other point.
siivar aau Laaa.
New York. April 2.1 Silver. 56 ',;
Lead, 3 50.
New York, April 23. Copper, ll'c
t OMUHKUATIONAL ASSOCIATION.
"Teaching la Spanish Spaaklng Amarlraa
St haul.'' I)iruwd To-Day.
The New Mexico Congregational asso
ciation continued Its sessions this morn
log, removing from Los Ranchos de
Atrtsco to the Congregational church In
this city. Ths moderator, Rev. K. H.
Ashmun, of Albuquerque, presided.
Tbe whole morning dlscutslon was on
the topic, "Teaching In Spanish Speaking
American Schools," and the Congrega
tional teachers of New Mexico gave their
experience. Rev. Washington Choate, D
I)., of New York, and Rev. P. A. Blmpkln.
of Gallup, were the first speakers.
The following ladles also made re
marks: Rev. Mary Borden, Kl Hi to;
Mrs. L. A. ColliugH, Cubero; Mrs.
L. llornandci. Rauchos ds Atrls-
co; Mrs. G. K. Birlew, San Rafael;
Miss Ida Frost, Los Rauchos de Atrisco;
Miss MaMe illlllguu. Barelas; Miss Mary
Rev. 11. N. Kinney, of Indianapolis,
Iud., conducted a devotional meeting at
11:30 this morning.
Rev. P. A. Binipkiu was elected dele
gate to the uatioual council at Portland,
Rnv. K. L. A-iliniun was re-elected ex
aminer at the Chicago Theological Sem
inary. A word of kindly remembrance to Rev.
Mr. Ashley, formerly resident here and a
member of the association, was extended
A resolution condemning the use of
liquors at lals and by other college stu
dents was passed.
Lailirup All Klabt.
Judmm Lathrop, ths fireman who was
shot lu ths leg during 1Mb recent train
hold up at ( rants, underwent an opera
tion for the removal of the bullet at the
Hants Fe Pac I tic boepllal at uoon to-day.
Ths ball was found lodged Just below the
knee and extracted. Ths operation was
quite successful and the physicians say
that Mr. lathrop can return to duty
within a mouth.
The family of Capt. C. U. Rogers will
leave for Krexno, CalH this eveuliig, while
the gallalit captain is packing bis "Im
plements of modern warfare" to move on
the enemy in Cuba.
Wanted Situation as bookkeeper or
general ottlce man, by a married man.
Address "Competent," this otlloe.
CALL FOlt VOLUNTEKKS!
One Htmdred and T.entj-five
Thousand to be Enlisted.
Report That Spanish Cruiser Cap
tared the Paris Is Dented.
Spanish Fleet al Cape Verde Sailed Sev
ers! Dsyi Age.
ciimai mim rtiixDLT to tram.
Washington, April 23. The president
has Issued a proclamation calling for
125,0(0 volunteers, to serve two years it
uot sooner discharged.
The presideut to-day Issued the follow
"whereas. By act of congress entitled
'An Act to Provide tor Increasing the
Military Kstahliehmeut of the United
dtates In Time of War and for Other pur
poses", approved April 2i, the presi
dent was authorised In order to raise Um
volunteer army, to Issue his proclama
tion calling for volunteers to serve In the
army of the United States. Now, there
fore, I, William McKlnley, president ol
the United States, by virtue ol
the power vested In me b)
tbe constitution and laws and deeming
sufficient occasion to eslst, bave thought
at to call for and hereby do call for vol
unteers to aggregate the number of 120,
0J0, In order to carry into effect the pur
pose of said resolution, tbe same to be
apportioned, as tar as practicable, among
the several states and territories and tbe
District ot Columbia, according to popu
lation, and to serve for two years nuless
sooner discharged. The details for this
object will be Immediately communicat
ed to ths proper authorities through tbe
Ta Maa Ship..
Washington. April 23. The naval mil
itia ot the folic wing states have been
ordered to report at once to man the aux
iliary ships. The New Yurk militia will
man the Yantlc; Maryland to Dixie;
Michigan to Yoemlle and Massacbuseets
Captars of tba rarta R parted.
London, April 23 Afternoon news
paper bave received dispatches from Bel
fsst saying that trustworthy news bas
been received that the American liner
Parts baa been eaptured off the Irish
eoast by a Spanish cruiser.
Spaal.h Ship. SIRbt.d.
New York, April 23. -Tbe steamer Tro
jan Prince which arrived to-day from
Naples reports that on April 11, In lati
tude 20, lougltude 10, she passed an un
known cruiser and three tomedo boats
steaming west at full speed, supposed to
Oermaay rrleadly to Spain.
Berlin. April 23.-The German press of
every stripe Is condemning the Uultrd
Slates. All the newspapers Impute eel-
flh aud base motives to America and
praise the attitude ot Spain.
Tba Mpanl.b riaat.
London, April 23. The report reached
the United States embassy here to the
effect that In spite ot ths denials ths
Spanish licet left Verde Islands several
Spaniard, ara Mail.
Madrid, April 23. The rapture of the
Buena Ventura Is characterised by tbe
newspapers as an act of piracy.
Cbleaa suieB Maikal.
Chicago, April 33. Cattle Receipts,
300; market, dull, unchanged.
Beeves l3yo.ss5.2i; cows and heifers.
!2.2t.HO; Texas steers, $3.75(44.50;
stockers arid feeders, S3 7ouM.7o.
Sheep- Receipts. 5,0110; market, steady.
Native sheep, I3.ji4.ti5; westerns.
3.75,jf4.lk); lambs, Mo.50.
Cblnaaa Unua Alarbat.
Chicago, April 23. Wheat May,
$114; July, blt'.e. Corn April, 824c;
July, 33J4e. Oaut-Aprll, 27c; July,
bolraa a Saucaaa,
The soiree given at the Armory ball
last night, by Albuquerque's favorite
dancing teacher, Mrs. W alton, was a sue
eeesln every particular, aud those v. ho
attended enjoyed one ot the pleasantest
evenings of ths dancing season. There
were between seventy-five and a hundred
couples present, aud these constituted
the creum ot local society circles. Tbe
musle was furnltibed by Prof. Dl Mauro
aud Miss Hiiulhorne, while Dr. K. J.
Alger otllclatcd as floor manager.
Tba (lallup Ulnar..
It Is learned to-day that ths miners of
Gallup will hold a meeting Sunday af
ternoon, at 2:30, at Kite lieu & Kennedy's
opera house, Gallup, to couelder sums
important questions in dispute between
them and the Crescent Coal company.
' Fvery atrp taken In a ihrw tint l not made riht die you harm. Tlie fault I. In tlir last.
Murh inuiiey and laiii nuint Lc taken w ith the lat lo hat e it lut rmht. after hu h every .In
made upon It will lie )il.t right. Iti.aaldthat Ihitree & Smith haie one nl the linen collec
tion, of lat. in the rouhlry. Tin. I. the linn of hun fimrmur 1'muree, of Mn Inifafi, I. 1
nieu.lr. Intetfilty ancl cunK ie'itlouHneiis ate tlie ch.racten-tn if the -Ihh-i they make. They
re alwuyn mIc .hoe. to buy. WK HAVE 'I lit Hfcal LI Mi OK Mfc.VS ftllUr.s IN 1 lib
CITY. btb. Ul K 4 00 SUUhS.
GEO. G. GAIHSLEY
StAll. OMUKIS Vint
Onr Informant states that the miners
talk strike out and out. It their claim
are not accwled to, and that. If they have
to leave Gallnp. they would at once of
fr their services to the United Btates In
the war against Spain.
Dl.trlrt Coart Kiwi,
Judge Crumpecker this morning en
tered a decree In the case of the Co oper
ative Building and Loan association of
Albuquerque vs. Marcus Cide Baca and
Francises C. de Baca tor $l,63U.4i and
l.Vi attorney's fees, and providing for
the sale of some land to pay It It It Is not
llqnldsted lu ninety days from dnte.
In ths case ot James G. Fitch, guardian
of Mary Fitch, and Nell! B. Field, trustee,
vs. Kmma R. llnseldlne et al., K. W. Dob
son was appointed guardian ad litem for
Nellie K., Lncy G. and Mary Ilsseldlns,
to represent said minor and their In
terests. Jndgs Crumpacker announced to-day
ft all motions for new trials will be
disuosed ot by Wednesday of next week.
thcucari or issi.
A Crark Camaaay ar riahlara Ornaalaad
la i ha Karly Oari.
Col. Borradalle, who Is watching every
un.sment of the Spaniards In their
prenent quarrel with the United State
tnd who I an old militiaman ot this
tlty, this morning left with The Citi7.ru
he following article clipped from the
tlhuqnerqne Journal ot Oct. 19, IHH
A meeting was held last night at the
resMonce ot MsJofArmiJ for the pur
jose ot orgauising a militia company
indiir the territorial law. A large nura
Mr ot persons were present, and all
howed great Interest in ths movement.
C i. berry was elected rhalrmau of
the meeting and John Borradalle secre
tary. On motion, the meeting organised It
self Into a territorial militia company,
to be known as the Albuquerque Guards.
John Borradalla was elected captain;
William H. Sanguineus, Qret lleuienaut,
end Tom F. Pheian, second lieutenant.
The Company adjourned to meet
again nest 1 Uursdsy evenlug at the tame
Ths Albuquerque Guards commence
their csreer with very flittering pros
pects They have sleeted good officers,
who will aim to make them the crack
company ot the territory.
Tba ComlBB Sarins; Fair.
Poster for the great spring race meet
ing arrived this morning and ar being
expressed to Las Vegas. Bant Fe, Kl
Paso, Trinidad. Raton, Denver, Pueblo,
Colorado Springs, and other points. The
meeting I going to be a huge success,
and Albuquerque street will present a
lively r.Dpraranee the first week of Msy.
This A riilng, George Common, the well
known San Francisco bookmaker, wired
that be would bring ten head ot runner
from 'Frisco. Tbe consignment will in
clude Lo Prletns, tbe great three year
old. A stable from Bu'.te and another
from Colorado Springs also wired this
morning that they would ship Monday
tor Albuquerque. In a few days, Albu
querqne will be ablase with flaming
poster. The official pool rooms ar not
yet decided on, but will be located In
one ot tbe principal saloons, down town.
TIIK OLD MKLIAHLK.
A atlnln Company Doing Oood Work
The Old Reliable Mining company,
under the management of J. B. Mayo,
at Golden, Is doing well. The mine I
turning out large quantities of valuible
gold ore, and Is milling night and Jay
by the Grave mill at that place. They
are shipping bullion regularly and of
good quality, averaging $lti per ounce,
these mines were formerly known a the
Cullen group until the present manage
ment took charge ot them. There are six
mine In all, and very large veins In
blanket form, from fifty to seventy-five
feet lu depth, and extending hundreds
of feet In length, and ar conceded
among the largest properties In New
Mexico. They are well developed
aud a bright outlook Is promised for the
owners. Mr. Mayo shipped a large brick
of xnld to Chicago last Monday by wells
Fargo express, (he milling of a six days'
mil, and Is expecting to ship the same
amount this week.
The geiitieiiiun, accompanied by his
wife and M. Harold, Is lu the city to day.
Laad Arauue St. K. Cburah.
Woman's Home Mlrfxlouary meeting,
Sunday, at 7:30 p. m. The following ex
ercises will take place:
Hymn No. una.
Mnng hy ml of Il.rwood Home
lui. l Mr.. liUlliipaud Mr. Holt
KrHllng AoihihI vltlreiw Mr.. Ivc.
I'uet Mia. UunLp and Mim Hodnsnri
km lUiii.n fclnie M. ni
nolo- 'tour MimIoii" Mm. Duulap
AiMi.m Krv. A C. Welch
Solo-" I lie Holy City".. ...Miaa ilarrlrt l.illetl
Address Mm. oaoc
Hymn No. Ul I.
Just received, a carload
of liter' Ale ami Uuiniim'
'Stout1 at Lowenthal &
31 ey c r h
Geitrgs Aruiljo aud George Rapp, who
have been here the paxt few weeks aud
who are niemoersof tlie cavalry company
at Los Liiiias, received a meseaKS this
morning trout ('apt. Max l.uua, to report
for military duly at Los Luuas Immedi
ately. They will return to Lo Luuas ou
the first tralu going south.
Reliable Shoe Dealer.,
122 S. Second St.
Mall Orders Given
and Promptly Filled
OUR SATURDAY SPECIAL
Tlio BIGGEST BARGAIN of them all for thia Saturday.
Men's Handsome SPUING SUITS in Groy and Brown, Latest
Stylo Check. Just the thing for a Business Suit.
See the Window Display
Ami remember that this l'rico is for SATURDAY ONLY.
These Suits look equal to other stores $10.00 Suits. Our SAT
URDAY PRICE will bo only
Furniture and Carpets.
AGENTS FO It
All Pattern !0c and 1 5c
Weaves, worth 75c and up, wo will mako 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 7oo 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 tindin3,S2.0 0. We cannot mako
up goods that have been bought of us before. Wo mean only
such goods as are bought of us during this Sale 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 b town.
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THE BEST LIGHTED 8T0KE IN THE CITY.
ing of a Skirt Opportunity !
Just now while you are doubtless pon
dering over what you shall wear comes
If you will select
of either Colored
Agents for Batter
Ick's Patterns and
Dr. Jaeger's Underwear.
Shades and Curtains.
material for a skirt
or Black Novelty