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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 15, 1090.
to in mm.
Battleships Iowa and Oregon
Ordered to Manila.
Secretary Loo; Issues Orders Dis
banding Eastern Squadron.
new Bttttctbtpt to be Christened Maine,
Ohio and Missouri.
IAICO'1 rtlTISB TALK.
Washington, 8pt. 15. 8m rotary of
tli NaT Long utatmt lvt night that
ta'.tlmlilpii luwa and OriiTi ar under
ordr to procl to Manila, via Hono
lulu, to rwluforce Ker Ailmlral lwiy'
The antlioritlra nay thor I nothing la
0. rmanj's sUltmlH to eaii the Mlnf
that rli propone to lntrffre with any
dtaporflttm of thi 1'hiltpptnM which this
(tivnruruxut may e flt to tusk. It I
apprrclatpd, hwtvar, that It would b
t'm pirtot wUlnru (or the United hi at en
to put la the Padlle a force no formlil
alile aa to dbtcuiirage eren the euggeHtlon
8i.nretary lin? hax dlrnctod that the
battlpuhlp, to be built by the I'nlon Iron
Works at Han Kranclnco, ntmll be named
the Ohio. Cramp will build the Maine,
and th Newport Nhw Company the
UTX. III. N CO'. HHLKIN.
Tlilnk II (h llailualng or th De
cay af th Amarlraa NaOua.
New Yik, Sept. 15. A dlnp tti h to the
Herald from Havana r-aj : f apt. (icn.
H.aoco mid : "1 coufexe lofrnding a deep
reeiitini nt agalliel tli I'ulted MIhIph,
wi o e condui t lu declarlnn war agaliiHt
ii without a motive or preteit, Juet at
fie ttm when they were receiving troui
lit the highest mark of our friendship
and respect, can never be con einnul too
eevi'r. Iv. My govern meiit itigm d the peace
protocol uinl hr UeciHloii iniint be coin
plied with. Neverlliele4, 1 b.ive etenul
coiill lem-e in divine J'litio. and there
- fore lnp that till arrogiinl iiatb n will
receive It just denerta, and (tod know
wlii'U thi act of national deepotiHiu I
accotnplhed ami the star and Ktrlpen
llvint from the wnll of Havana, that d.ty
may pern p mark the lelnumg of the
dcray of the American nation. 1 wl-di to
put myaelf on record a having no dis
like for the army of the I nilcd Htato.
(lu the contrary I have the highest ap
preciation of their noble and courageous
E4HTKHN Hl AIIKON I.MIIA N lKI.
W.tftnu A M kI to Mr llud Nmvj
Yril -Crlilbl Colon Abnufloul.
New York, Hept. 1A-A dl.xpatch to the
Herald Iroiu VaHhlngton eaye: Hecre
tury Long haa ii-HUeil order dlebandlng
the eastern nquadron and aHlgulng It
commander, Commodore J. C. Vaton, to
duty a the commaudaut at the Mare
IhiuiiiI navy yard.
'Iheee order Indicate the flrmnes of
th belief eutertalued by the ailinlulHtra
tioii that there 1 uo danger of resump
tion of hosttlltle. For the preeent the
department propea to retain the men
of war, lu thu Hoiitheru Cuban water, lu
thtt ectlnn. Caplu'n C. K. (iooilrlch, a
aenlor i fllcer, will hate command. Cap
tain (i Kjdnch ooiuiuund trie crulner
Vtlih the detat'hment of Couimrdore
W;in from th- eastern equtdroii all
work lu connection with raining the
Spanish cruler Crintolial Colon will
Celine. I. lent. leige l. Blow, who hail
eeiarat charge of the wreckage opera
tions miller WhIhoii, reported It ImpnNHl
bln to hiivo thut veeHel,
Klretlon In Jiin.
WaMhingtou, Hept 15. The etute de
partment ailvlHe hIiow the general elec
tion in Jupaii for nif int ers of the lower
ln ie of the Met, thu return of wlilch
liHve Jimt been made, re-ulled lu an over
wh lining majority for tl eiviiHtitalloual
p.ily. a i iheooinldnation, led by Count
tn u.ni and Ituuiakl, In railed.
(iui ml Miln Kirk.
Waehlngton, Sept 15. (ieneral MlltHI
1 coiillni il lo bed with a touch of uial
ttfiil fever, reeulling from work and ei
P'wiim lu hi recent campaign. The
art ck duxes no appritheumuu to the
geuorul or hi friend.
MprUI Cblut Mooting.
.i-hliiglou, S-pt. 15 Ibe president
hts cull.'d a special meeting of the ch'iI
net to be liel I this afternoon for the di
c i . Ion of lUHlrucll ui to the 1'ari peace
Dr. Hiniual niut lleiMl.
lti.e-ly, Muss., K pt. 15 Ir. Hamiiel
Kiiot, fi rmer president of Trinity col
IL.i'.Ii.nl. ( i mi.. I dead, aired 74.
It Kiiot was a notable coutriini'.or to
literature. He wkh tlie grandson of
8a nu-l Kiiot, who founded the Kiiot pro-to-
rs'iip at llarvurd uulvendly, and a
c jiiM ii o( I'resi'lei t Kiiot.
Ll. Iraau (iraln MTtt
Corn Sept., 24c; Tlec, 2.ie.
Oats Sept., 2(7ci Keo, m'0.
New York, Sept. 15. Money on eall
linn at !M4 per cent. Crime mer
cantile paper, 4 it 5 per cent.
a,d I n.
"w York. Sept. 1(1. hilvai. 00''. Lead
New York. Sept. 14.-Copper, lie.
Arrlv rroui VorXa Klco.
New York, Sept. 15. The transiorf,
Concho, arrived to-day from for to Kiwi.
Many soldiers auffered from seaelckuew,
but otherwise all are well. The follow
ing 1 a oomi lete list of olllcer and
TTm tucttia of our Sccul
ut to olltr another. w' have iust received a supply of bull Jeweled
ItS Jewel I Mi k tied Movements, absolutely accurate timekeeper,
have fitted Iheae in Warranted Cold rilled a Q Q
Cawa and oiler them complete lor JT")
Only a dozen of them on hand. '
rWi aflar LAOItiS' WATCHI: at KblHiCliU WICKS lor I HW DAY -a
Uading Jeweler, RAILROAD
troop on board: Major ineral WIIon
ari.l "thlT, Kixtti army eorrw; "tuff of the
tlrit dil"lon, Kirtt army cirrw; rletadi
nient of I'nlUd Httite engineer, t'om-p-wij
('; artillery liatulllrm, fleldand tHfT;
Mattery A. Mle iirl olunter; battery
Twen.y-ei'Yenlh Indiana volunteer; Bat
ter It, Tenneylvrtnta volunteer.
on. of V.r.M
Omaha, Kept. 15 The Hon of Vet
erpui, In nttlonal enrampment. elerled
the f. Mowing otllcere: tVnmiarfli'r-lii-
Chief, Col Frank I,. Rhepard. Chicago;
I Senior Vice Contmndor, (ieorge K. I n,
I Connect lent; Junior Commander, C. J.
IHeen. Hnulli 1'aknta; (J.mrtf rmanter
Oeuoral, Krel. Rnulton, Mawarhutt.
JMih lli.lndu Itaa.l.
Portland, Oregon, Sept. 15. Joseph
llollldav. Inrue property owner and a
brother of H"n Holllday, of Tony Kaprtw.
fame, I dea l, ageil 7i.
allot Har I'aramour.
loulnvllle, Ky.. Sept. IB. JWph F.
tiller, a etreet cr niotorman. Ml i year
old child and Nellie Mciinllln were found
dead in room at the Kuterpriee hotel
thin mor'.lng. Krocn the note left by
the womau It whn learned that he had
Qret given her paramour and hi child
morphine In eherry wine, but fearing thl
would not be t-Hecltve, h'td ehot tiller
through the right temple and then turned
the revolver on hermdf. Vllller wa
widower, the child being thut of hi law
fill wife. The woman wa a dometlc
who had once been employnt by tiller.
Kausu Cllj Mukcit.
KaiiHMCIty. Hept. 15. Cattle Re-
ceipte, Iu.uiii head. Market, bet grade
steady; olner weak.
Native steer, l KUo.oO; Tela eteer.
(:1iTik4 5U; Teiae cowe, f:ti (L.tltno;
native cow and heifer, jl.'.!6i4 fx';
tocker and feeder, t. (tt; bull.
1' u'lc:i oti.
hheep - Hei-lptu, N.OtgJ head. Market,
I.Hinh, t4.00ro.20; mutton. :). ii
Keno, Nev., Sept. 15. The republican
Ule convention met at t o'cloi k ti-day.
I'he ticket will newt likelv be headed by
M ni McMillan, of btory, for governor.
thlrK u.h Mrat,
t'oicigo, hept. 15 Cattle -Kecelpt.
7,ui liad. Market, ' rung to 10c higher.
lUtHVee, 1 1 Mi'w 115; cow and hi-nert
tl.7o4 Hi; 'l'exa Nteer. J.I(u3 H";
weelerii, .i..(i,iii l.lo; Htocker and letni
er, 4J.IUt4 l").
hhei-o -Market, et.aily.
Native, f2.WKrf4.5n; westernH, fS.oOij
4.UH; lamba, t;u..u'i.i!i.
AffMHH I.N MANILA.
lnUfKnta Aro HtrtlnB th lmal
of Ilia I'bllod aiatm.
WaHlilngton, Sept. 15. (leneral Otis
to day canted the war department fol
low: Maulla, Kept. 16. Allan are
much inure satisfactory. The demands
lor tlie withdrawal t insurgent luice
compiled with. All have withdrawn or
are withdrawing today iicent small
force lu the outlvlng districts,
which are not obeying the lu
Hiirgetlt leader. Agulnaldo requeat a
few day lu wiitcn lo wiihiiraw
them by Ui'tachmeiiU and uiiulrili their
coniuiuudiug olllcer. Over 2,(K) have
already wnlidrawu. No conceselons
were granted the Insurgents but strict
compliance with the demand of the Hth
Instant, lieneral good feeling la pre
vailing. Manila 1 unlet and business Ih
progressing favorably. No dtlllculty 1
anticipated. Have been compelled to
(online the SohiiIhii prisoner temporar
ily within the wall of the city.
Th fr (JoinmlMlon
Washington, Sept. 15. All nieoiliersof
the peace commission, except Senator
dray, hud nil exteuded coufeience with
the president to tiny. It 1 understood
thut tiray arrive tin afternoon.
IUm IUU Mule.
John Jacoby, secretary for the Brown.
to day receivtd a letter Iroiu tlie Lead
villeclub Haying that they would cer
lutnly be here ou Saturday night and
play the three game advertised lor sun
day and Moiida.. Ihey are playing at
I anon l lty to-day uud to morrow.
The baee bull manuger have receive.!
word thut I'tuumuey, Meredith and
Kaymer will be here to play with the
lliowna during the tournament. Mere
ilith Ims pitched for Kan sua City during
the past year, t'eiitiiuuey and Kaymer
are already faiuliiur to tlie Albuquerque
fan, a tsitli played liere during the
ti uriiHini'iit last lull, l'equluney tins
tieon playing Kliorutlop or the loliiinoiis,
Ohio, clul) thi seuHon and llaymer ha
played In both the lexaa and Kauea
It I the hope of every admirer of the
uatiouul gume In thl city that Kl 1'aso
will organize a strong team and come
here during the tourn iineiit. I lie most
exciting con tee t ever Keen In this city
wa a few year ago when Albuquerque
and Kl I'aeo were the leading contestant.
Kl Huso should pick out the het players
in Hi Texas state league and come here
with a team that would stand ail excel
lent chonce of winning Urst money. Let
it nee 11 i'uso well represented in the
bae ball tournament.
Hlugle aduilssioii to the Leadville
Alluiiierque game will be 50 cent
neiisou ticket to three game f I.
Martin Ca l'otpuuel.
Mr. Martin hearing on the churge
of having violated the Kduiund law
which wa to have come up before I lilted
Mate CotuinlsNiouer II. It. H lilting at
the court house to-dav wu adjouruei:
until, Monday at In a. in., owing to the
death of Mr. HhltlliK sou.
lietiutr Tutted Slate Marshal Joe
Sheriilun came down from Santa Ke last
niirht aud will return thl evening, lie
has found no trace of l.alng. Mr. Mar
tin' partner in guilt, who i now prob
ably lu l.o Angele. He received noma
letter from the noelotllce here ou Mou
day aud may have received some funds
at the same time.
Clay V lilting, the eldest sou of II. K
Whiting, died ut his father' residence at
o'clock thi morning from dropsy, from
which he had Nlillered for a long tune.
The funeral will take place from the ol
town church at H o'clock to-morrow
Hon. L. Bradford I'rince, of Santa Ke,
la lu the city to day ou the Cebulleta
laud grant case.
Btrgiliu in Talchn Lut wk induce
AVENUE, Albuquerque. N. M,
SCIiTII AMERICAN Mill.
Dispute Between Chili and Ar
France tin the Brink or the Gravest
Crisis Id Recent Years.
Fure Alms lo Drtiroy Cabinet and
arrAias a iataha.
New York. Sept. 15. A dispatch to the
Herald from Yalpara o eay: 1h
boundary dmpute between ( luli and
Argeutiua eeeiii likely to develop Into a
great South American conll ivration. It
I he lie veil, a a fnundatlo '. that Hollvit
ha ignid a eecret treaty with ArgMi-
turn to make a Common cause ag .in t
Chill. In ra- of war. however, IVru,
I am Informed, would checkmate H divie,
lenvlng Argeullna to care for Chill.
Ilil altitude of I'eru I aid to be due to
the fact that Chill wiped iff ten million
dollar from the ransom for the province
returned by the protocol, ( hill I now
completing uaval aud military prepara
tion for a hostile climax to the negotia
tion with Argentina,
ON TH K IIHINK OF A t HISI.
faur .ttfUMd of Aiming at Plrtaloralilp
New York, Sept. 15. A dispatch to the
World from Pari ear : France I on tlie
brink of the gravest crisis elnce the
li nil of the third republic. Premier
Brlsnon and all other uiemlier of the
cabinet, except Seurlinden, the minister
of war, and poeibly Ixx-kroy, are con
vinced of the absolute neceeity of a re
vision of the lireytii caee. At Satur
day's meeting of the cabinet a revision
will be decreed.
1'resl.lent Kaure ha been a determined
opponent of revision and caused it to he
rumored that lie would reeign ir it were
granted. No one believe that be will
relgn, but every one see a threat to do
o 1 a desperate expedient to Ret lid at
one blow of llrhson' cnbinet and of
reason also. Kaure I accu ed of aiming
at dictatorship and If he nucceisl lu de
stroying Brlsson' cabinet It will be the
act of a dictator. The lireyfu agitation
cannot lie suppressed ouly by the exer
else of arbitrary power.
Tha Hough Klriera' Hone.
Washington, Sept. 15. The war depart
ment to day ordered all the horse which
had teen at MonUuk.aboiit l.(M,h!ung
I n g to the Urst regiment of the t utted
State volunteer cavalry, Koneevelte
Hough Kidere, to be sold at aucton.
IHSTKKa, IX 11 A VAN A.
Fraa Hoiip Kllrhan l loaad aud Bc(ar
nra lufiatluir lha etraata.
Uavaiih. Sept. 15. The rumors that
strained relation exist between the Span
ish commission aud the Lulled State
Cuban evacuation ooinuiisHlou are alwo-
lulelv unfounded. The delay of the
meeting Is due to the failure of Instruc
tions to arrive from Spain a expected.
The Spanish steamer Alfono XII which
left l orto Klco tor this port yesterday 1
expected to bring Instructions from the
Two free eotip Kitchens were Closed
yesterday and the closing of other will
follow. J lie kitchen nave been dis
tributing to those really needy over !X,-
IK! ratlou dally. '1 heir discontinuance,
haeed, according the civil governor cir
cular, on the assumption that dlstresg
and want h ive disattpeare I from the city,
will have the etfect or throwing thou
sand of unfortunate people ou
public charity. Beggar are agsin
infesting the streets, carrying tilth
and disease germ all over Havana. Im
mediate arrangement for the distribu
tion of rations, now that the Spanish
government refuse to continue to feed
the hungry, I Imperative. Hie "meat
ring" cniitlnui keeplug the price of
m at at 50 to aiJ cent a pound lu spile
of protest and oner from responsible
Urnis to Import cattle and puce me.il ou
the market at 25 cent per pound.
I'oUonlng In lllah Vlrrloa.
Yoiikohoma.Sept. 15. Kurther advices
received fruiu Sioiil, Coiea. say lh king
of Corea, who with the crown prince be
came ill Sunday last, the ti p lellion be
ing that they were poisoned, 1 recover
lug. The crowu prince, however, I still
quite 111. It I now believed the poisoner
wa a lady of the household but doub's
areexpreesed whether she wu actuated
by Jealousy or political motive.
I -IIO MINK NT MtN AKKKSTKU.
Charged Wllh Btaallng Htaal Italia roiu
tha Hautn t'a.
Chicago, Sept. 15. C. A. Matt, Kdward
Keele end L. II. Kurten, olliclul of the
Aiueric in Iron and Metal company, one
of the largest concern of the kind In
thi citv, have beeu arrestel on the
charge of larreny at the Instance of oil)
clals of the Santa Ke railroad.
Kor several months many railroads
entering Chicago, especiully the Sunta
Ke. have beeu robbed of hundreds of
of dollar' worth of Iron and steel rail
Kalis wre plcksd up along the road at
tiiifht and hauled away lu wagon So
extensive became the operation of these
men that Chief Special Agent (Juliih, ol
the Santa Ke, took personal churtte of the
matter wtlh the result that Keefe, Matt
and Kurteii have been arrested Nearly
a thousand feet of rail were found at
their plaee of bust lie, but they sav they
Wlichased the stuff from a well dressed
man. heeds Is a Well known politician
New Haven, (Vjiiu , ;Sept, 15. In con
nection with the republicuu state con
venllon tieday Kx-fioveruor Louusberry,
Lieutenant liovernor lie well aud John
Addison i'urter were placed III l.ouilna
lion for governor. Louusberry wa nnm
mated on tlie Urst ballot receiving ;i',r.
voles; Porter li; lewell in. I he plat
form endorse the aduiiniNtratiou ol
President McKiuley. The hope I ex
preened thut if there ha been any aacrl
lli-eoflife and health through tlie in
competency of any olllclal, the otlnder
shall be punished, "regardless of the
past or present politicul btliltution.
The platform declare anew for "A
single tau lard of value and thut atand
Hetiator Hyla Improved.
Cleveliiml, Sent. 15. - The condition of
Senator Kyle, of South liakota, stricken
with paralysis yesterday, wa much im
proved to day.
Nlrlka HI"! In St. l.ouU.
St. Louis, Sept. 15. The striking plas
terer precipitated a riot to-day at the
western Hunt of the city, In which nm
Kane, a lion union worker, was fatally
wounded and three other seriously hurt
I he mounted police responded lo the riot
call and Were met by a fu-llude of bill
let. The police replied with a number
of ehot and charge on the ernwiK dis
persing them. Nat. Brown and Joel l,ee.
thought to Ins the ringleader., were ar
Wm Kane wa ehot and mirtally
wounded aud Kdwnr.l 0. Jackson, bis
companion, was !eated Into nncncloiia
tie early to dny by the striking plaster
er while on hi way to work. Several
week airn the member of the Interna
tloiml i'leteret' nidon employed on a
down town building utrock! Kane,
Jackson aud several other men took th
vacant place. There have been several
collision br-tween the strikers end the
men who toi k t'iclr plsca. The trouble
culminated to d iv lu tlie assault. Malt
Hrnwn and Jori,h I,ee have been bb-ntl-
l!d as the men wl.o committed tlie as
Admiral Millar In Hatlro.
Washington, Sept. 15 Secretary Long
to-dav assigned Commodore Ksulf, at
present In command of the naval train-
ng station at rewport. to command tlie
I'ac'llc station lu place of Admiral Mil-
er, who Is to retire lu a few week, be
ing the senior admiral of the navy.
Vinural Millr I now at Honolulu.
'omniodore Ksnti he been directed to
t ike a steamer from Han Kianclsco for
hat place by October H.
I'KAt K Jt llll r -
Commercial I'lnh Ti.uk Artlna l.aat Night
and fragrant I llalng fraparad.
The (.pedal ivrMig cf the Comnierclnl
cluh last night to tk sidiis action In
regard to a peace jubilee was largely
attended. By unanimous vote It wa
lecnl"il Cat a jubilee should be
held In thi city during fair week. A
motion was then made and cat rlel that
the president app nil a committee of
live to confer with a committee of the
Ladies' Soldiers' Aid society and the
committee appointed by Mayor Clancy a
hort time ago for the pnrpone of ar
ranging a reception to the Kotign Ktder
on their return to Albuquerque.
Mr. Marron appointed the following
gentlemen on said committee: Alfred
l.runefeld. M. 8. Otero, W.P. Metcalf, K.
Stover and Judge N. C. Collier. Mr.
Stover then uisde a motion that Mr.
Marron himself be added ta the e.mi-
mtttee ns It chairman, which prevailed
without a dissenting vote
The committee met thl morning with
the two committee above mentioned
and a joint committee wa organlied by
electing 0. N. Marron, chairman, aud A.
A. Keen, secretary. Ihls joint commit
tee will now have complete charge of the
arrangements for the jubilee.
A sub committee, consisting or Judge
Collier, Jriiics Laurie, Mis Jul In l,ee
and Mr. (Ieorge Albright wa appointed
to formulate a program for the jubilee
and submit the sauie to the entire com
mittee thi evening for approval.
A HE NOW KM'I III IOAN
Pour flood Warkara l.aava tha Daruo
AlbtKitierque, N. M.. Sept. Ifl. Pie
ha' the kindness to give publication to
tho following card:
Having heretofore been life long
democrat, we deelre now to announce
publicly, that after mature deliberation
ind tl rough study and personal oouvlo-
Hon, w- have determined to In the
future Uli 1 1 at with the republlcau party
and uphold It policy and principles.
believing them to be for the Interest of
the people cf th territory of New Mexi
coespecially as expressed In that p'trt
of the ni.tloual republican platform
which stands for protection of home
Industrie." Very respectfully.
ToMAH C. MllNTllVi,
MllliKMTO 0 ORTIZ,,
l)l)NAI IANU ('HAVK.
tlanarous Mr. Holdnaon.
Mrs. W. B. Chllder yesterday received
a check for $rsl from 1. B. Kobinson.
president of the St. Louis A San Krau-
Cisco road, to be used to defray the ex
pens. or the reception to the Hough
Killer. This l only a sample or the
generosity which Mr. ltohlnon Invaria
bly show to any public enterprise un
dertaken In thi city. Alhuqueique ha
no truer, better friend.
To tha l-adlaa.
Mr. Oaks he left for New York to pur
chase her fall stiK'k. She leave compe
tent peoplo to attend to her btislues.
Her trimmer is from the far east, and 1
am conlldent will give satisfaction.
f Hit STOKK THAT
Kox's closi starch
1 poiiiui puralliia
vl bar soup .'
1 pint blue.
Tim Ma.k, Wa. Kikkk, Prop.
Library Hall I'oalry,
There Is s man in our town,
And he i auiidriMia Imt.
lie hiiya Ian ti, krl.l.. Hie Llbt.iiy Hall,
AimI tn in iiol he the.
Th.it loiely toMid hsd looit delayed
'I o my wiiuin siie liked twitt.
Slit- in.ide up her mind lo he mure kind.
And l lie hall did all the rest.
Prof. Kick, profewair of Herman at the
university, went lo Colorado Springs last
night, to I gone for eeveral week.
Imring hi alweuce Min Belle e'ort-r, for
merly a teacher lu the Cook County Nor
mal school, of Chicago, will Instruct the
Hansen lu liertuan.
Have You examined
the REGENT Line of
If not we w ill be glad to show you,
wear and lining, all the Latest Toen, mid
ltnnu your Sins.- Kep.tinns
GEO. G. GAINSLEY
WAIL. OatttKKW 4.IVK
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t MU waver
$10.00 to $30.00,
which we are closing out at from $3.00 to $10.00.
Canes M PP.
FIGHTING MB EVANS.
Relieved From Command of the
lewa at His Own Request.
Monetary Conrentlon Holdla? Its
Last Session To-Day.
Terrible f!arrlcne at St. Vincent's Island
f antes Intense Safrerlor.
atrVBLICAR ITATI C0kVT10k.
W ashlngon. Sept. 15. Capt Kohley D.
Kvan whs lo-day relieved from the com
mand of ti e battleship Iowa at hi per
sonal request lie served more than the
perlisl required by the regulations and
practice for captain to command, and
his next rex service may be In the Has
rank. Ills t ext duty will be ashore, and
he may bo assigned to membership on
one of the tgival board. .
coloraiio Knrtm ICAN.
Hanator W a loot t Compllmrnia Froaldrnt
MrKlalay'a War Pulley.
Penver, Sept. 15. The etate conven
tion of reptiMlcao party of Colorado met
tin morning at the nroaitway theatre,
very county In the state being repre
sent(l. Senator Wobvitt wa choeen
temporary chairman and made speech
In which he denounced Chairman Towns,
of the silver republican national com
mittee, as a political tramp." He de
nted hi authority to remove the etate
chairman. II predicted a settlement of
the sliver qtieation by an International
agreement If the republican con
tinue In power. He complimented
President McKlnley' war policy and
said regard! tip the loan of life In the
army through disease, 'hat while there
bad been uiisiakse made. IhTe waa no
suggestion of dishonesty and no reflec
tion rm the republican party. Arter the
appointment of committees th conven
tion took a recess. It Is understood that
the resignation of Ouggenhelm, guber
natorial nominee of tlie anil Teller fee
Inn of tha silver republican. I In the
hands of Chslrtnan Broad and It I be
tiered that Henry B. Wolcott will be nom
inated by to day' convention and In
dorsed by the llr.id committee.
A Tarrlfle llurrleana.
Kingston, Jamaica, Hept. 15. The
Island of St. Vincent ha been swept by a
terrtiln hurricane and Immense amount
of damage I being caused by flood and
landslides, a wel1 as wind. There ha
also been a great loea of life. Tha gov
ernor of St. Vincent cabled the governor
of Jamaica Imploring him to send prompt
assistance. Tlie 1 laud of St. Lucia auf
Oonaral aarnw Talka ta Favor ol laanlug
Omaha, 8.'pt 15. The third aud last
duyof the ualionul currency convention
b 'gun with a paper In support of the un
limited Issue of Irredeemable currency
by the government by Hen. A. J Werner,
president of the- Anierlcnn I'lmetalllc
union. Waruer said the deflate would be
divided Into three part. K'rst. the ad
vocacy of a bank currency; second, a plea
for governmental currency to cliculate
concurrently With metals; third, an alllr
niation of au Irredeemable government
paper currency or absolute ll.itlsin. A to
the defense of falling price made
by the g.ild standard advocate, he
Huld he concurred with their opinions
except a tn rarui products, for wli'ch
tlie labor Cost had lint decreased aud
with further qualiucatlnn lhal there had
beeu no reduction of fixed charges, uch
as transportation rate, debt and taxes
The reply was made by Congressman 0.
N. Kowler, of New Jersey, who snppi rtrd
bank currency, lie mill the only log
leal position the sllverlt-s could take was
that of Warner; that if they conhl legis
late value into silver they could legis
late value Into paper aud make it re
Nf'hinntr graaman Hluwn I p.
N'w Bedford, Mass., Hept. 15 - During
the test of the Cunningham torpedo" In
Priests cove, thi morning, the experi
ment schooner Kreeman was blown up
by the explosion of projectile and sunk.
A dozen men were on board at tlie time,
tint all escaped without Sertoli injurv.
Lieutenant HoIiuhii, one of the survivor
ef the battleship Maine and Lieutenant
Oliver aud Marshall, of the government
hoard of survey from the Newport tor
pedo station, were on board aud had a
Tom Johneon, the consumptive who
has la-en stopping at the city building
tor some itme, will be sent to Kl Paso to
night through tlie (Hort of the Nun
Sectarian Benevolent association.
The ale of fair privilege at the corner
of Second street and H nil road avenue on
Monday afternoon, September 111, at
I Chilling; i
they are equal to 5 iiO Shops, fur style
in Bluck Mux Calf, Mack Box Calf and
Kai gaiisi, uud lu Tan
and Brown Willow
Culf. We ran pleae
you and otTcr you the
Lurirest S'iK'k of
MKN'S KISK SIIOKS
South of lieuver to
to lis. M .01 ( Irdt-ra sniu ned
& GO. 122 S. Second St.
Large Stock of GOOD SECOND
MTAXntFC ,r.: f.m
w- S , A V4 T i i "f WVSIlll 11V TT IIUIII
all in perfect order and guaranteed,
ItfiY ai Vaich ineior.
S. F. P.
Jewelry Houve ol the Southwenl.
B. ILFELD & CO., Proprietors.
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Your Choice of the Lot
fc - ;ZaS - -
FOR THIS WEEK !
Special Sale of Boy's School Suits.
E. L. WASHBURN & CO.,
Wi AitenU for
L(-4 McCALL BAZAAR
P All Pattern 10 ani 15c
(OJ NONE HIGHER
Tlio Boat Iilgbtod Store In tho OUT
! We Also Lead !
So that to trade at this store is to be a satisfied customer. Being very busy marking
and checking off New Goods we simply call your attention to our
Window Display of Now DRESS GOODS,
Now Silks, New Capes,
New Jackets, Now Underwear,
And a Now Lino of .Jeweled and Plain Peauty Pins.
( is still on and is
r n 1:111 l.f't
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One of a kind but 400 to select from. The
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, 20Q Fino Suits only - $1.50
200 Extra Fine Suits, only $2.50
500 Boy's Shirt Waists,
regular price 75c. only 25c
Ask to seethe "Marvel," best $1.60
Boy's School Shoes on earth.
I II H N I I M I
Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque,
Were So Well
any demand that may bo made
way of Wearing Apparell...
the WHITE BLANKETS I
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