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ALHUQUEKQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 5, 1890.
Sent to the Peace
sioners From WasbiDgtoa.
Disposition of the Philippines to be
First Decided Upon.
Sbon'l 5r'o 'rove rbttloitc D m lu
stration Will Folic w.
COMMiSSIOH'S WOIE WILL I BRIEF.
N w York, Ost. 6 A epeclal to the
Herald friim Wellington eays: A re
lilt of the eonultat.ou between the
prel lent till Secretaries Hay Mi l le-hg
Imh Induction regarding lb Phil
ippine have been wired to the Ancrleia
eominlsilone In Pari.
I', wa ascertained tlit th program
the commission I following r.uulre
d ptsltton by th I'nlted Hinted f
f -cling Did Philippines before, aoj
otli'r question are e nis'dered. flit
pre olni ha been informed of Gen
eral Merrill' view In favor of tha re
tuition of all the Islands. Tim freeh
Instruction do not affect th demand
fur the Island Lm u and reversionary
rights over tli reuiiludef group. The)
relate wore l Hi m-itler of tlt-iil hu-1
an uiteiid-l to rq i p th" Aiuinraii roiu
mtxalonitr til cs they should raise the
point In reply to the formal demand pre
senied by Mr. Dy. This reply I ex
pected Krldiy . Tim a 1 j iuruiiiiit of llir
ejiuui'sstnu for unci a ;iori time U
regarded by Day uud the administration
a Indicating Hi t I'' foruml-elou' nk
Wlil soon Im r icui'ioto 1. It I r.'f gnlt d
the I'tti (tiui irH will ha the bone of
contention anil one t.iey are out of tlm
way It will l plain nulling tu I Ili
um t If r or arraugtng f ir 111 cm I u n!
Guam. Cuba, Porto Rio an I the remaining
IsUud of III" 1 :i ll.'K to Mil' I'lllteil SUttS
l)i 1-4 i-ripo vered, h iwever, to iutcriuv.
the commission's work any tun in ca
he should Uud Np'u e'tlier unwilling to
agree to Him dein.ui In of this government
or dltpueed nii:iec,eiriiy to ilelay the
ro nnil,-ioi,V work ami a Ii 111 .nutrrttli 11
will follow wl.lcu the authorities 11. 1
ktisiled will bi tug th Yfidrtd govern
DJXIlt 10 1 tH -nje.
eVii t K 'lip) AgoiiclUo, a repreentu
tlve of t ie tiiHuriuirt eo.uiuiuildil I y
Aniiliinl.lo ill Im poriuitU.I tt l.iy b
for tlu'Co.uiuU-l' 11 any f-icN h nity
diwlr to point out Rill ttie AmerU-Hi
Ciiu niHiiouiirn livd bj n mlvih'l of M
Npniimli Mu It I liiiu. allilc to .ualo
( uIim tiiito.iHMt.ly.
Ilavaua. Oci. D At a j ilut nwiou 1 f
t'i I'mihI iiliiiM and Sprfiiixti military
C IIIUUlHhlollH. the Soil. Ibid-'. Rl'Cordill( to
fin report, ilerliire.l it liiipohHinle tovti
Utte the Im.u.'.I liiimiiliately, wlnle the
Amerii au roiiniilMiioiii tnliiHlht tl at tlieir
liiH'.rui tio n rail f r Hume flute ev.u-u 1
tlou. At ir tKo I i.ii.h of cuii 1 1 ri'iu'-', the
J iln' C-illiliil-'i em iiiiuhle to real li
detl'itle igr-i nieut. the AllliTa ..;i
ejuiiulMHioin re, .ii l .i-ir letmii lol.i-i.il
a urler-i. wi re luielly iiiKUKel lu hcu.I-
ItlK eo'e mehhi.ni'H to U1w.l1i11Kt.u1.
Toe ilihtrihiiiiini of rallone from fouiul
n iw at Mului Hi begitii y-htenlay. Juau
Gllm-rt Ouiiuz and Colonel (iitrciii, sni oi
Ganeral ti.iu-U. ol the I'uImii army, hu
Cmiiuiilel by .Mejir l'lni'liw, utriv
here ax a xpeelul couiui'in rhnrgod wilb
UUillUK the I'lllr. Ml ( uhmi pnitleeli
favor ul Imlepeliili l.ce
I'Hptum ( iitm) hl UR'.i toiUy HU-I
PUded Hie order lHied Heveral duyn hfo
to disband Hie provl-lonal battalion, re
enfoii-li.s the reuulur troop-i. Ihereu
aou le not known.
line wax started yetrdiy afterninin at
the land otoee dmir, and mxt Blere
tnye.1 In line all nlaht. There waa no
rrand ru-h. however, at on prerioiH
orrlnn. The land la nearly all In th
"Lak of the W00.I" country, and U
ha lly timbered. A lurxe number of
eltlmantx tot D'" eebm to day and
began improveniente, liitendilirf to file
within the ninety daya allowed,
Conferenre Wllh Ua. Merrltt.
Parle, Oft. 6 -The Vnlted States p-ace
(.mminH'oii to dny continued Ite confer
tipe with Major General Merrltt, and
nrnctipaily roiii'ludid an extended ran-va-e
of the I'hlll, pine nlttnttloii. Tho
n 'nibern refum d to dixrlo-te the trlewn of
.li" .ei eral or Admiral Dewey regarding
the policy to he pursued toardn the pe.i
pie of the l'hlltpplnp.
ItlK rir la T.huihm.
C!uikilie. Tenn., Ofl. 5 Klre broke
out In a Rrange tohaec warehonee. oe
rupied by Mill & lurnley, burning
alxitlt O'K) bogxbeada of tobacco. The
lo-w la eti mated at a half million doi
Ure, timiiraiire Muo.mio The Dre a'eo
burned ircjy Itro-t.' coal and wo'l
hede, the Louievllle A Na-hville depot.
elx freight can and several colUgea. The
3re covered a epace of about ten acre.
Tragic Death, of a Prominent
Englishman at St. Lonis.
United States Soldiers After
frumotliMi lur llewejr.
New Volk, Oct. 6 A epeclal to the
H-raid Irom Wellington Bny: l'rei
dent MiKlnley and Secretary l.nng
determined to recniiimeud to coiigreMU
t ie revival of the grad 1 of grand admiral
to be tilled by the promotion of Hear
Admiral Dewey. A-t under the exintlug
law Hear Admiral Dewey will reach the
retiring age December, IM'.e.i, tti-.rei Is a
a fi tig rohability that Secretary L'Hig
will aleo urge coligrena to part a law
permitting the retention of that oillcer
upon the active lint for an additioual
Iirpul.llpan CaiiipalKB (Mtn
Columbua. Ohio, Oct. 0 The repub
lican opened the atute campaign to-day
with meeting lu eighteen of the twenty
one congrewitoiial dietrli'ta.
Wooeler, Ohio, Oct. 6 The republi
cans opened the fall campaign here to
day, Heuator Joaeph B. Koraker being the
principal epeaker HIm addreaa waa fre
quently liilerrupled by euthUNlaatlo ap-plau-e
from the larga audience preeeut.
He euloglcd Gov. Itunhuell and Free!
dei.t Mckinley, and defended the na
tional admiuiHtratlou agutunt charges of
miemauugemeut of the aar.
Ib'uwa len to iiluiiit.
Crookaton, Minn., Oct. 6. To-day 3ti7,
OKI acre of laud ou the Keil lake reeer-
vation were thrown open to aeltlenieut
uuder the Nelaou act, which require five
yearn' realdence and a payment of t.3B
per acre at the end of that period. A
A III AI IIM L IIIIKCII.
Th Interior llniinl inns t tha Catholle
J. A llackert, ttie arnit 1 1 day p it the
finishing louche on the Interior decor
ation of the church of the Imnitciilalt
Coneeptloii, and the church now pre
eeut a moe. handw me apnearance.
The color echemi are Italian and the
colora vary fr in light to dark by gradu
atlon of ehade. The effect I to change
Hie architectural aepi ct of the church by
making It more uniform. The decor
ation of the panela I In imitation of
tirv-try and the apex In full tapeitry ct
feet. A white dove, repr.-eenllng the
epirlt of the boly ghit, I elmwu lu the
apex dining Into the church from a
background of blue clotuN The altar ia
pure while, trimmed In gol I and blue,
and the pnrtioii hack of tiie altar la the
darkeat part of the whole, lu order to
make It etand out lu bold relief.
The upper part of the woodwork I
light, warm brown and trimmed in gold.
The paitelx and wall are In dull flu I eh
without any g'oe. The ilodohRrrtonlr -
with the walla and the column are of
There la a harmony of color in the
win le, and an atmeiicn of glue which ia
I". th rcntful and plcuetug to the eye of
0I1 r vera. Kilher Maudelarl and the
congregation are highly pleaeed with
work, and beelow niietlnted praise on
Arti-t Hackert aud Architect Crlity for
the Eial which they have ly iuireeted.
Huiiday Jubilee amices were lit
in the church in celebration of thi euc-
cchhIuI ciiiiHUiumatiou of the effort
made to improve the appearance of the
1HK aaVKNIM VAVAI.KV.
nVvvrml Trot.pa I'aaa llirtiiiKh tlm Cltjr io
Tlialr lliroltwli C uba.
Tr.Mip (i and 11 of the 81-ventli cavalry
front Kurt Apache reached here at about
I0:;io o'clock liiit night aud left at abuiit
niiiliiiiihl for IliinlhVille, Ala, from
which place thi regiment will leate
iii-tiiiirr 1H for Cuba. Major Hayea wa
lu ci miuaiid of the rquadrou; Captalu
liiigaii and I.h uteiiaiit Murphy were in
charge of Troop G aud Lieutenant
Vlltchell of Troop 11
At alaiiit 2:1.) o'clock thi afternoou
troopa C, K, L aud M of the eanie regi
ment reached the cltv fiom Vort ttrai.
at which place, they were relieved by the
colored trop which panned through here
Their destination ia also Huuteville,
Ala. Lleulenaut Colonel Ctaiuey, Lieu
tenant teatle and taptaiu Graham are
lo command of theno troop aud Adjutant
Simmon and Qtiiirt-irinaater Littlebrainl
were alio along.
The regimental baud accompanied tl:
triMipa which paseed through the city to
day and played aeverul nelecliou at the
depot, J. O. Mrockeuehire, the chief
miiHlcian of the baud, I an old friend
of Summers Hurkhurt, from Virginia.
The troop who pied through to day
were acoompaiiled by the little CuI.hu
buy who wa brought to thi country ly
the Rough Kider. He yearned to return
to In native clime, aad will accompany
the Seventh to Cuba lu the capacity id
Kw:.n KaroiiloD" Hild Font at Kaa
las City To.Day.
Gill. WRFILII ITILl Oil TBI ITAHD.
St. Lull. Mo, Oct. 5. Hon. William
iTuil, agnd a In til eon ot Lord Hrlper,
ul KlugKtoii, la-rliyilnre, Knglaiol. ami
nephew ot Karl ot Duumore, ot Hcoic 1
peer, lord 111 wailing to tj'ieeii Victor. a.
wa loliiid deuit 111 a baiu tuo of ul
ap.trlm nit ot a west end hotel at N a. 111.
lu day. t he biHty wa eiiurely m,Ii-nieig-d
In water. Ihelaet aeeo of the
young Qjau wa ai 'i o clock Monday
;r.i.)i:i. 1: l-t tut yel kiinwu wnai
cau-e-il death. The remain Were dm
covered by ilermau Alee and Lottie
I'iper.mau aud mai l eervaul repecuvely,
of the ynU'ig man, who occupied euile
aparlmenui In a fat.lonalde west end
hotel, rroiu II oouilttioii I lie txxiy mint
have been In the tub enuie time. The
coroner took charge of the remain for
the purpose of learning the cause ol
leath. The countess of Dun more, who I
Htopplng Willi friend In thi city, I an
aunt of the dead man. nhe attended the
Veiled 1'rophet' ball lat night. The de
aeed came t this city August 10, ap
parently 011 a pleasure and eight aeeiug
tour. A prominent cllizeu, with whom
leceaaed dined recently, I of the opluiou
thaltitrult died of heart disease The
young man, he aald, wa trave log for
health He think the ahock received In
taking a cold bath had a fatal effect.
the Countee of Dunmore, daughter ol
Karl of I.eyHter, wa foiin I at the home
f Mr. Kingman Clark, where she la the
guest with Lady Dunuiore and the I at
ler' two daughter. She elated poet
lively the young man could not have
committed suicide. The count" aald
he wa Hiihiect to fainting spell, and
she think one attacked litiu lu the
Sew York, Oct. f. Mouev on
Hteady at '22'i per cent Crime
cantlle paper, s'vi' l' per cent.
New Vork, Oct. 0. Copper, 11a
Tha llatp CoDcvrt.
Mia Meaaenger will lie aealNted In her
eutertalumeut ou Thursday evening by
our own Knntnle sextette comprising
Mrs. Mabel hlakely, Mrs. James Mehau
and Misse l.eorgie Kellogg and Kiln
Mill aud Messr. C. K. Hurg, L. A. New
ton and Davie. The liaiety Comedy
Four, the quartet of Que young singer
who have created a favorah e impression
here, will also take part In the program
The concert will begin promptly at V.i'i
p m. Ticket are ou sale at Newcomer
THunHlay, (tat. U.
On the above date, in the afternoon
and evening, the ladle of the city aud
vicinity are cordially Invited to attend
the fall opening of artistic millinery
at my store, No. west Railroad
avenue. The display will prove one of
the nicest and Unest ever seen In the
southwest Mh.s M Mi ('kkh.ht.
"KWLKK KA.KN ATION."
HtiM K.nh In Hhi City A Grand
Kansas City, Mo. Oct. 5 "K ween
K irnaltou." succeei'.lng falla Athene ol
yesterday, held forth lo day. and heading
gorgeou pageant of uiiwer-oeuecKeu
vehicle wa tlrawn through the street,
the wonder aud admiration of thousand
of eight seers. 'Kweu." impersonated
bv K tllierlne Harvey, agetl eight, was
seated on a beautiful tljal surrounded by
glit attendants aud court i-wter, all
youngsters, aud drawn by eight mux
while Norman horses Following came
sn almost end lees array ot carriages and
float occupied by society ladle and
brlllltntly decorated with a profusion ol
choice II r arranged In many queer
cone. it. Sixteen prize were hung up
for the most beautiful or nioet unusual
turnout. The parade waa oue of the
IIuohI ever held bore.
TO riOHT INDIAN.
the Cathanla. The latter two have an
American register. They range from
t.fyo to 7, Tim 1 tin capacity, and are
modern vessel. Ttie California and Ori
ental tttramehip company le the syndi
cate controlling this new Trane l'acillc
service. It hen a trstllc alliance wllh
the Hanta Ke for both freight and nssaen
fr bunlne. The first nw will leave
han Diego about O'tober 15. One will
leave Hong Kong a'lout the same time.
It Is my understanding that the steam
era will call at Horn lulu."
A Tarrlbla Aerhleal.
Thi morning, while at work on the
grounds of Hie 8 nta Ke Fact lie sho.
doing some repolring at one of the wells,
A. ) Johnion, I he wen contractor ann
windmill man. In attempting to adjust a
rope attachi d lo a pu'l"', esnght the
glove of hi right hand In fie coll of
roa and lsfr be could withdraw it, II
was drawn Into a wheel and lit rally
torn off The hand and wrist were hor
ribly torn and 0 angled, necessitating am
pulation hi-If way ! low the elbow, which
was performed by nr. W rotn at the Santa
e FaClne ho-plui.Wiere Mr.Johunnn was
moved. The shock was a severe one to
h" man's evsteru and Ms suffering was
lerrlliie, nevertheless he walked through
tha shop and to the chrriage which Con
veyed him to the holpltal, without a word
In.t I la Santa Fa
One evi-nlop, when Ml. 11 Beverly
d Hnrllngiim". Kn. wt going home
roni school she iiotn-ed a car inding
n the main track ot Die .yianhallan
iranch ri a I. sh knew It was atsnil
line for the train and walked up the
rack, wulted until the train came.
d'-gced It. and got it lo stop. When she
told the engineer about It, she wa In
formed that It wa a car left there tn the
morning and Ihnt they were aware ot It
being there, Intending to bring It back
VAheii aha told her friend about It
hey were Inclined to gny her. The train
crew reported the Inclilenl to Head
quarter, th management appreciated
me motive ami ui Mia tteveny an an
nual pa over the road.
Illatrlet Co art Nawa.
The I'nlted State petit jury wa em
nanelled to-dy. The lulled States
asee were called t y the oieirict attor
ney, but owing to the absence of some
wIluesMe the caaes were postpone 1 unill
The I'nlted Slate grand jury 1 still
incomplete and a third venire for tale-
uan wa lsued to day.
The territorial arand jury la hard al
vork. Th foreman announced to-day
ihat a Navabi Interpreter would la re
nil I red before lb jury could investigate
the Navajo reservation murder caaea.
( hantsuqtia Clrcla.
The Vincent Chautauqua Literary and
Scleutltln Circle wa reorganlxed last
night at the residence of Key. K II
Allen. The followlug are the olllcere
Vret'd. -tit. K-v. K. II. Allen; vice rii1'"
eeut. Mi. Mabel Met laeliy; secretary
M'e.Ge.iri1 K. Mbrigh'; member Ur.
V. W. strong. Mln l.oulsa vtlnstou. Mr
J. C, Hldrbtgn, Mlea Maude Hummer.
Mis Ida Hummer. Mrs. C. Miller. Mr,
aud Mr. K. 11. Ashmnn, Mr. Harlan, ills
C. I.. Hrown and C. W Ward.
Joy' "iwenty Centnrle of hngllsh
rii'ory" and 'Mneteeuth Century Ku
du' are the ikhjK wntcn win ne an men
Oil year. The sHiety will meet every
Tneedav night alternately at the real
rt-O'cenof Kev.'K. H. Allen and Mr. Geo.
1 ha flllagluc luillana lluuta.1 Dona ly
Walker, Minn., Oct. ft. General Racon.
with the Santiago veieroii from the
1 bird Infantry, left early to day for Hear
l-iaiid determined lo tiring the recalci
tiant piliHJing In Han to le. uis at once
by force if 111 ceseury. He chartered two
sleiinhoa's aud a dirge, an I bad Gatllug
and Hotel. kls gun ab iard with which
to dear the Island of possible ambusbe.
The men are under the Immediate
command of ( apt. Vt llklusou. The In
diau are apparently dele' mined to resist
the troops. The buck are in war paint
and feather. Gen. Hacon landed a de-
titchii.ent ou the main land opposite Hear
l-lfiiiil through a heavy surf I here were
110 Indian in Might. The bush I being
scoured lu an attempt to find them, but
thev appear to have retreated In the
llrec'h u of Case lake.
Mlnneapoll, Oct. 5. A special to the
.Juiirrii I from Walker, Minn., state that
a Ueice engagement between ludiane
mid soldier lisik place thi morning al
Hov Ah wet.o. Shirk l'olut. The In
di'iii are retwrtnl to have killed tea i
dier. lhe Indian best la unknown.
He Denies His Interviews In
the Denver Papers.
Atlantic Coast Storm Played
Triennial Coaacil of EpUcoptl Church
thi aintois itiiii.
Denver. Colo, Oct. 8 Chaplain Me
Intyre'e crtste examination liefnre the
court martial waa reemred to day. He
denied several statement attributed to
Im In the alleged interview published
the lhnvr paper the day following
hi lecture. He denied having rhaig.sl
the eaeu ru ahlp builder of cheating the
government. He wa not entirely re
covered from the effect of the drug when
li.tervlew.d. He eaitl. In ereaklng of
the division ot the prize money, he
a tended to say the prot orllon were to
l tUl.tMiti tn Admiral Sam won. V mi to
Capiain Clarke, and f 76 to otllcers of bis
wn rank. Lonirailore Schley wa hi
Qrat commnnliT. and be felt that he
should received the honor and enmln-
oient ot the battle, and hi statements
ght have been Influenced by that feel
Ing. He told many Ibing he Intended
Ui say in hi lecture which did not ap
pear In the report.
the Jtiig advocate askt-d regarding
Ui allege.1 oonversalloiis before the
lecture with Hod. H. King, Governor
Adam private secretary: J. L. Blinn and
Lee lillery, superintendent of the bnlld
ing of the new mint. In which the chap-
aln la alleged to have made atutements
dmllar to those containeil tn the
charge; also read several uewnpaper In
tervlew announcing Intention ot at
tempting to Impeach witnesses. The
chaplain dented the sensational state
meiilaln all He wa situ on the etand
wh-n receaa wa taken.
Harp Concert Frograw.
Ml M' ssenger will hold forth at the
Armory hall to morrow night, and lite
following program will lie rendered:
Cllr:u t-r Medley ..t.slety Mnarttrl
J. It. I'aviN, nrst tenor; r.ow.iru rteair,
arciin.l u-nor: II. K. Duvi, bari
tune: L'. k. l-ehr. baao.
Magic Flie Stem- Wagner-Vent
tllieron von WeOer
Mois Mho. Alva ateHaenger.
'Oh! I.u. ky Jon!" Chaa HorwiU
Mr. V I-., l-rhr
II 1'rovatore... . Veidl
.Mlxd Muo. Alva MeasellKer.
Old Him k Joe" tiairty Uusttel
Cornet Sulo " Wilcrea' Dan.-e"
...Mr. I. inceot risir
M.uiiuiku S Imri ket
.Mi Msu. Alva Menseogrr.
'lioo.l N iw lit " Ktriuille S.-ltette
Soi.raniHi- Mim hilna MIIIr, Mrs. M.iIh-I
hl.ikiy. Altoa Mia t.eotgii- Kellogg,
Mis. Jainra Mehatl. 'lellor- Mr. J II.
IhWb. llssa Mt-aar-. L. A. Nratnti aud
e. k Ihi'K
A eparlal tlpanlng
Ki r Thurs'lay. of the huge it ud finest
diH'k ol tilmmeil aud untrimmed mllllii
eiy In the city. You and your rriemis
.re tuvllrd. ant in km
kill Killroad Avenue, Next Burnt District.
Culeae-e (iralu Maraat.
Chicago. Oct. 5 Wheat October.
ti'i'uc: lieceumer, ;'.
Coru October, !Vi Decerning, 2U'.
Oat October, Decemtwr, 2!lc.
K.IM to OnuMha.
Ihe round trip, good for thirty day,
'iista fid. 7". The round trip good to re-
urn until November 15 ooet $.. Kor
'urtlier particular Inquire at the ticket
llice. w. b. 1HUI.L, Ageui.
su.r t.a uaa.
Vork. Oct. 5 -Sllvet C!)e. Lead,
ft HI I
Tha tint Cavalry Holdlar I pholtllng tli
Waahlngton, D. C, Oct. 5. -General
tt heeler continued hi testimony before
the war lnvetigatlng eomiulH-tinn to-day.
The examination ou the New York World
charge wan resumed. He said if there
were any ''camp horror" August
'J7, a charged. Die commander of
the camp wa responsible, for he
had full power to furnish relief.
There probably were Individual casea of
HiilT-rmg, but a a rule he knew soldiers
were well cared for. There was certainly
no lack ot food. Wheeler admitted that
many meu were ill iu company quarters
Some time wn spent on the charge that
General Wheeler had said Gen. Kagail
chief of commissary niilnlalenue, hud
countermanded an order ot hi for sup
plies. This occurred, he said, but It was
due to misconstruction of the general's
VV. 8. Prager, of Kwwell, who wa
temporary secretary of the territorial
repuhlieuu couventlon, I In La Vega
tttendtng the meeting of the sheep sm-
ary issir I, of which he Is the secretary.
Ladle' military and walking hat, in
all the new shade, hoaeuwald Hros.
mr.si i.t or im btokw.
FaaHiil Loaa ot l.lfa nail Maeh Oatnaga
Pavannah, Ga., Oct. B. New from the
storm stricken dlslrlcla along the coast
I coming lu gradually. It I probatde
that a hundred live have been lost. The
new by way of boat which arrived to
day I that Oft y pjrple were drowned at
Kroiu Campbell Island, Inhabited by
nlKXit forty colored people. It I re
ported all but three were drowueo, ami
a. Brunswick four people lost their live.
Al Sterling etatlou I bar lee n right,
meichaut. report ill -aster from the
flood great to Uvea aud prtperty In the
nee tie Id ot a portion of Glyun aud Me
lot -sh cotllltle.
Tfere are mM Islands around Brnn
wlch, Keril iianc ina and Darien 011 which
iruali group of famine lire. It will be
some day before accurate report a-e
hear I from thesa D'diit.
To damage by wud and ruin I win
mou. and extend hiiudMl of mile.
The damv to shipping 1 alMoennrmou'
lln St. Simon' Maud, along the beach
'he summer resort cntt'ge have been
wrecked. Th St. Simon' mill and
-it her uropertv opposite the end of the
island are not b dly d iuiaied, being pro
t-cled by tliulwr iailds
Till I MNI.4L COl! NCI I.
lr Frotaat-int rptarnpal (ihnrrh In sraal.i
at Waal.iii-ton. t
WashlncMin, Oct. B ft ith Impre elv
ceremonies ihe triennial c. unci I of th
I'rotestaut Kptscopal 1 hutch of the I otte
Slate opened at 11 oci's k In htuphany
church. I he aewton beginning to day
have a far reaching Interest Mid iuipor
'ice to the Kplecopal orgiiulxilloua of
the country, tor question which will
engage Ihe attention of the gov
erning bodif a of the church have
present vital Interest lo tha church In
general, the Kptscopal church III pr
licular. A great concourse gaihered for
the opening nervlc-s, far exceeding the
capacity of the church and overflowing
Into the adjacent street. Notable among
the lay delegate wa Chief Justice
Fuller, of lhe United State supreme
court lhe venerable llishop Whippl
Conducted the service. He will preside
until a presiding 1 Ulcer I chosen. Hi
hop I utile, ot Missouri, delivered the
The llllnola Strike.
Pana, 111., Oct. 6. To day aud through
out last night the militia and deputy
sheriff patrolled the city. No trouble
occur ed. More negroes were on the
Mtreet today than usual. The clt zen.
together wllh the striking white miner,
are Incensed at the stand the lullltla Is
taking, notwithstanding Governor Tan
tier declarations against imported
labor. Mure uegroa are booked to ar
rive thla evening.
COMPARISONS ARE CONVINCING.
There' a way of making price which em tob peculiar with this hon. It' Ihe
way of making reasonable price fit to what elsewhere are expensive Micl.
Fall Drew Goods.
Novr Iv I'atte'tia. Covprl t'lotlis, I l.-ni ipltni and
Noteltv W.-avra ill all ilia N; Shades ol Keils.
t.n en- ami Army Hint a
N 1 IK eiiMi-,th nf'Flnillnaa HIVKN
atth rsrli llrral I'sltetn Minountinii to
l.oo ot ovi-r.
I he l.ameit Line of ery Is tha C tr. all Style,.
Utial'tiea and sires and lliey f o at half price.
Kin-two duvs only, a'l of our Co'orrd Rlhlso at nn.
he nl of r,k-p. Sale U-gln Monday.
Nankins, Towels and Crush pol on Sale Monday al
give aaav no e.
Ve haml d I. lentemerl A ( o.'a Kid (ilovr. The
best glove on e.irtlt. Keery r sir asrranted and th
pTii ei are Ihe same that you pay fie- an ml.-rlor arte le
B. ILFELD & CO., Proprietors.
it 55 4' it J 4fe v ' H A s??i ?k ii ?H tl ?x x j!j rtt ?H tj it tl
Vfi jtaT 4r Jff 'Jm n4I tjt pt 4, J n 0 Jw 0ti 0t 0t 0I1 r4 01 0t w ft "a i Ji 04
Oldest One-Priced Clothiers
Mrn's Fine All AVool Suits -Men's
Grey and Black Cashmere Suits
Men's Fine Cheviot Suits -Men's
Worsted Suits with Silk Linings, only
Hoy's and Little Fellow's Suits and Overcoats
- $ 7.50
$10 8iid 12.00
$1.50 to 5,00
For a Suit to order we are headquarters. Our reputation for
FINE SUITS is established.
E. L. WASH BURN & CO.
Jas. L. Bell & Co.
Staple aud Fancy Groceries.
qlTKiXYHl Thi KKI.V WKAKK
MAKING OIK KKi.KM slinK
IIIK SlinK OK TIIK T'oftN.
We've covered more feet this Kull tliun
eer Is-foie. tine friend tells unother
Speaks of the gissl iiiitlitiss of then
$3 50 Phoeo to be bud in Husset
Calf, HroViii, Willow Calf, llluck Mux
Calf and llluck Ih.x Calf lu ul I the
SKK SHOW W IMi'iW.
Ol'KMNil an eli:gunt line of SII.VKH ft A UK. c-iuprlsing Ten P
Water Sets, fake lla-kets u'ld a variety of oilier things suitable for
WEDDING OR BIRTHDAY PRESENTS!
( all u'ld S"e us. You will hind our pric-s for lln giesls siiiprisiugly low
ROGERS' TRIPLE PLATE KNIVES AND FORKS, HM a Doi.n.
. E YERnT .
Albuquerque. N. M.
lUadquarleri (or DIAMONDS, WATQ1ES, Etc.
mirairmiiiiiiiiniiirniniiinmniiimijriTTria " w" Kmg.the can cuy ami
Hrino; your repiiirin to us. M til orders given careful aiten'.ion
Vluay Hountl tlver.
I'hilaitelhpla, Pa.. Oct. &. I'nlted
State Heuator iuay, iilchard H. Quay
and ("has. McKay, ot Pittsburg, were this
afternoon held lu t'j.OX) bail lu answer
to the charge of using l ulled States
fund d. posited In the People' I auk for
Individual pri lit.
rtlK tit KAN TK IIMI
aula fa Has Leased V.-M-l. Will atari I
Ban Francisco, ( al., Oct. 5. J. J
llrvue, general passenger agent of the I
Hanta ke In southern 1 aliforma, I 111
lhe city, lie say that all the arange
iiihiiIs have been practically completed
lor the propose! nteauier aervlce between I
leu liiego aud Y okubaiuaaud Hong Kong. I
" 1 hree steamer for th new line have I
S3 leu secured," said Mr. Hyrne. "They
GEO. C. CAINSLEY & CO. m
4ILi OKIIKHB1 tsiticaj I'aHKriL.
Mellablr Shoe Dealer.
S. Second St.
a sWaWUaO tk a AiW WWaWaeWWWweieWU AUUUUS.e, AeWsAAAO
E have a Large Stock of GOOD SECOND
T T HAND WATCHES, costing new from
C OCKS , which we are cosin out 4t fom J3.00 to $10.00.
Cjnes ft. E. FOX, CLk' ItM'
ruM lkAina It'arv lluui of ttu Soulhwciil.
4 IUI UUbi " '
v vww wfyrwrv tr'nyvvxvvvvvvvvv wwwyv vwscvsrtry
A STIIiKIM KVKNT
it in tu Im-mire, mid winit'tliin ronif irf It
loo. l lit'wIhiU fiiiiuly Mil Iw tilt'MM-i. ith
ihv n-fMlt of tliHt itir jiwt tvin nut in iiuite
tliaii Natirtllt' itli tltr rt'Niilt tif trail nm ut tnir
cry. ISO one evrr tlmlH (Hint wltli lnit
ui mmhI ran Im. t lur kihh.i yive luttieitat tint)
foi ihf n-him hi tliHt ttit-y (tmliln't inmnhly tu
nny U'tlt-r. Our pru in, too, alwnvH Nirike thr
k note i if rriiiioiiiv. 1 Ihtc nioiifV in ttu-in
Iwi our ji itr'ttiw. ( ur Bt'H k ( tvcrt the hule
tu lil ul IimmI priNliu t. (or i-iy it and iioiiu'ttc,
in top t,UrtlititH and Ixittom jitcta.
E- J. POST & COM
STOVES ! STOVES ! STOVES !
1NO. VAN STEEL RANGES. I. X. L. STEEL RANGES.
AMERICAN JEWEL HASE BURNERS.
WONDER WOOD HEATERS, thj only genuine, nil
others imitation. A full line of
Coal and Wood Cook Stoves
the Finest assortment of Heating Stoves ever diaplayed
in the Southwest.
Repairs promptly furnished for all m 'kes of Stoves.
Cupper, Tin and Sheet Iron work a specialty.
Mail orders solicited.
221 West Pailroad Avenue.
All Pattern 10 and 15c
Day as RtcclrttL,
204 Railroad Avenue. Albuqaerqae, N. M
Why is it
That the sale Iii this ttore continue to Increase
ut such a rapid rale and that our store 1 so
constantly crowded with buyer.
The Reason is
Hccaii.se styles. Qualities, Low lrlci. all Cor
respond, it is the most satisfactory store!
It didn't happen -we earned lu
Do not fail to register
name with us and
we will mall you our
kashion 1-heel every
See window display of bias, collars, Colla'ettse, ch and
fur jick-1 lu all the newel and miwt stylish fur. Price
ranging from M for a oollaretl up to $ io.oo for an As
trachau J tckel.
Our stock i tha most
complete iu Ihe city ra
lu every d-partinent. )i
A visit will convince I til
you. iiur p'ire are
a low a-i the loweet.
Capes and Jackets
kjl HpOCC nnnflc ()r nlock of black and fancy drtw g ssl has no rival In Ihe territory. Au Inspection Jl
LI I COD UUUUj will convince you. See our dres patterns of only one of a stvle lu black silk creism. P
iires pan rn 111 all ttie newest shades and style
In all the uew shape and c dorlngs, such as New Blue. Navy Blu, Cadet
Hill, Cuba Brown, Havana Tan and Black in an endless vartetv of stvle
-lb largest st.n'k of Wrap ever brought to Albuiiieriue. We carry uo shod ly. tliir su c ally uew good a aoou
a i ut See the newest Shawl I ape.
Kashion' late-d decree. Mat dlos-iaud Bria'adet, a I -si Colored.
dor reed by liaae Kaahion.
Our stock of Si'ks Is the largest in the cltv, as a call will convince you. Plain and changeable Taffata.
over 7S coloring to ehisise from. Beiigalitie Htlka In all the nswes. shade. Kaucv Silks for waists -
P au linuiense awo'tmaiil to pick from In Bluck Silk we carry every known make ami weave; alto a tine assortment
. of China and Florentine Silks for decorative work.
1 Inrlnminn V f"r lli. misHes and children in all gral-Ma id all stvlm
r Jj UIIULI WLdl wisil in white, grey and randon, Ueriuo In grey and whit
L i each and uiiwa'd. Ladles' union suit from one upward In Isith Florence and ill
P ol en down Ihe froir. (u underwear our tock 1 111 Ml complete.
Silk for Itdles ami children, all
bite union suiti fur rhi'dren at -0c
lueita make; also the style that
If not v:sitino; the city
fir samples and prices
write to us
The on'y strictly dry goods house
904 Railroad Avenue,
I beadiiiart'r for reliable Ilrv OtNi ls. A Complete high das dry gissl establishment, doing business lu a thor
oughly le 'i nnate niHiiiiT, giving h inest va lie to every patron, ami tolerating no k'nd of mi representation. Nw
and pretty designs in dres gissls and trlmiulug just o)ieued, and lbs September Issue of l he Met all Bazar Kaehiou
Sheet shows how tluee goods should be uuide up. 1'u'tern at 10 aud IS cents, none higher.
Owing to the Large amount of Business during Fair Week In our !rcss tirssls Stock we have Mcciiiuiilated a large
lot of Remnanta which will be sold la off. li not fail to visit the Kcmnaiit Counter.