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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 12, 1893.
President McKioley Cheered at
tbe Omaha Exposition.
Considerable Com'c Opera la Real
Life at Honolulu.
Emp:ror and Empress of Germany Start
for tbe Holy Land.
DESFiaiTt BATTLI WITH ITI1EIKS.
Om ilm. lit. II. Tint thirl titty of the
Omaha I'.iic Jui ilfi. "i'r.'Htili'iik'H (I..)"
uf tlin l iaim Mih-imi 'l fXiMwInon,
OlIldl With A loVtl-MIltf Hk), which
rlHHrol. At 10 ocimk Mm ntfulilfiUlai
party In cnrrU)' " slanfil for the di Hi
ll in kmiiimI.
I'mtldrut, iiilvltilf j protitttilv never r
Ci tvcd a mure miIIiiihiiwiIIC Kitwilim th.tli
Mutt at tint expt kKIoii ground-. rtin tin
vt crowd til. out the ilu form truiu
which lm niadH an Bddri". Hardly a
i entfuco w mwkeif liy him wmrli did
Mit evnk rlii-fra. After l'reHlrtelit M i.t
1 1t H hail inliodiicod III" ttisliiianiHhfil
riiim! It win fully live inliititi'n tu torx the
utib.lilt'iitM of tlm ai!ia'mt vvriiilUtd t lit"
ir-'ildi'lit tl Ivjilil t-iiuklliK
In the e inre of hm Hpwch lie until:
".No didlberiiUtm ctu he too tntture, or
nt f ci ntrol too c HiHittiit, In tnl noli inn
hour In mir hiH'.ory. We mutt avoid thf
ternptHtlou o( iinrlii" aiwrrnioii and htm
to hi cure only mch remiitu as will pro
mote our own and tin- Renerul kwmI."
tie pall elcittrtt trllmteit to the army
md navy. I lie heron of Muni I a . Bun
llano and t'orto hlf," he paid, "iiiittt'
Immortal hlitory. They are worthy mic-
cki-oih and di'eceiid ;titit of v rt-liliiRton,
(Ireeiu1. t'Hiil J. hihii, lrciliir, Hull, ItiHiit.
hlirin.i;i, Nherulan. L'iRaii.Karraiciit. for
tr, mulling aud l. 'f, Juckn iu aud Long
1 1 eet."
V h will i uitarraee the government
liy MIWIIIB Hi i d Of lIlrtMttl fHtHlllll MI110II lZ
Hie I. tave uihii who etuiid rH'lv to HerVH
aid At If net! h for tlieir fimutr ?
Wlni will dnrken the emniM-lii of the re
piii If In thl I ui.r r quiring the nnilt'il
wslom of tl? d'nll Wit denytoonr
teivee whhl the reel i f the world ho lieely
and ho jiixtlv iircctilH iiy''
I'. Htinn'ti r lieneral Chart. Knmry
Smith followed the president with a lirlnl
liMre-e, cniiipliiiieiiting the p opl of the
veH on tli"lr great expofltlnii. Then the
Imlid p uvi-d "Yankee ihmillr," "The htitr
hpniigleit Haiini r," and Dixie," ai d the
crcwd g ive three mighty cheer" for the
pphlli-iit Hnlpirty, when they left the
platform for luncheon.
TOOK THK TUWN.
1 K . Voung Oltlc.ra Thought Th.T Were
In thtift or llnnnlulu.
Honolulu, (lot. 4. via 8n.ii KranrlHco.
O.l the nlitht of Octoher H. Second l.teil
t lant Uernain, I'nlted S'aten army, and
Kiret Lieutenant Wheetock, New York
Viuuteen. di-cliired ni Ttlal luw.
WIjmi 1 ii k woe pruViMt n ar-h il In charge
if the mounted Infantry. The two
o "1wh amiu tl entir i c mtrol of the
I wn. ( UliniH were ordered olT the
Hir e h, an I thi n olT t ie Hxtewulk
Tbean ordere were enforeed ly lununted
mni under H heeiock'H e minium), tiail
h i were clmeed uloar l clnpi, aud iwi
aieaiuer caplauiH and the ciih'imiih otllcer
lal to Ni-raiuhle fur euiety. (ieneral
Kiug wan very angry when he heunl
what wan helug done, Lieut. Merriaiu
Is a ei n of (General Merriaiu. They will
lie cnuitiuitriiuled. It la null they were
u-id r the Inlliienre of liquor.
The I nlled Statee troop .hip P.nnny I
vaiia arrive I frjiu M miU hy the way of
(ilinin, yen erdny. 1 he l'eniiHylvanla wan
the tir-it veniel, carrying the Auierienu
11 ig, that touch' ii (mum i-liicii the ( nur
li.v.oii took piMHeiHloti. Incited liy Soar
ih'i prh hIh. twice the nuuvee nu'led down
(lid Glory," and hnie'ed the HpaniHh
colore T'lce hud the l cal police hoisted
the ent'iiu if 1'ncle Sum agitin. No
Ii:i....Ih'ii it elini'd.
T!ie I'.i h Hih Vilio I running ttilnge
in linaiu for t fi-- I nlte.i SibUh Ih re
ported to ha voiiiil' Miilur. who Ii nai l
1 1 hav.i d 'serled from one of the whiilere
t iiii'hliiir tli"re miiiu' tune atro. He lllle
evcrv hiTlet fr .in g ivvrnor down to tax
Will V lll .Inrumllrlll.
I'erlln, Oct. 12. The emperor and em
pn hh of In rmany eliirti d Hue moruiug
to ilin llolvhind Thev g) direct to t on
H'aiitinople, and thence to t'ale-tlne. The
eulie ot the emperor inclultil leading
c.iiiit tlliciiilH. The eiiiieror taken foi r
million mark worth ot gitte for oriental
ll.Hl' K.VTK HA I I I K.
Springui Id, M., t v send n epeclal traiu
Mierltt lvenport eent a telegrum to
!)? r nr Tnuner aHklng thht trmips he
sent Immediately. Hie eheriff Unlike
poeilhly one hundred uieu are killed aud
there In the greiilwt inilignntion felt
aitaiiixt mine operator Lukeii, who In
held respomilhle (or the tragedy.
THK KlliM.F.l) TkAIN.
Hprlngflelil. III.. (ct. 11 The train
ridilli'd with liiilli tH linn Jimt pulled Into
t i.iCHgo aud Alton depot here thin atter
noiu fnim irden, III. (Hie deputy le
la dead. He wae ri ling on the front car
Willi a WhichPHter, when the ni inert tired
n hi in. He dlHCharged hie V luch eter,
ml wae "hut almo-it to plecee,
Kuglueer Bert Kyger, who wm draw
ng the train wan elml In the arm He
ave wav ti Kngiin er Andereoii at An-
l urn. . welv i inili'i north ol Vlrileu, who
('rove ti t tr mi a mile a minute.
Tin re ie al out 2o') aim mI miners nt
Mrdcn. Ihe tram wat loaded with
in giop who ey tl.ey ranie here under
tamo icpieHeiitatioua (rum the mine
UlillT FTII.L IN rilOliHKSrt.
Hprlnnuil'. M, Oct. 12 Oovernor
ranil'T received a teleplnnie llli HMage
from Hheriff D.tvenp rt, of MbcoiipIl.
cuiiiit', that the tl lit tietw-en Hie
iiiiu re and thoee guarding the etorkBdos
in nil I going on, and that over a hun
dred n. en have heen killed. The governor
ordered liiptalii Craig with lattery H
,n. d the Hi nt of clt ihiih compnlllee at
t'nli.1 to proceed at once to Virdeti.
Ti p ifovenior alio ordered Col. Ilu'iill-
tun, (-ouimimdliig the Mine of YeleraiiH
regiment, to remlezvoii (our companle
itt 8, rli.glli Id for i iiuli nii'iit.
(luvi ri.or TiJiiuer aal t: "I hIibII give
C-ptalil Craig, who ehall enmmand
tli trorlH at Yirden. orders to
ntipprepN Hie riot, protect life and
property, and not to allow the I in
ported laborer unlnmled. ' Ince the
mine owners have carried out their
threat, li tluenced by avarice and gain
to precipitate, tl.eee r! te and tilnodalien'
I do not propnee that they elm 1 1 further
iltHturh the peace of the elate The mine
owner and manager ar guilty of miir
dor an ) ehould he Indicted."
AIX kll.l Kl)
K. port env th'it every deoutv In the
etock ide nt Yirdeu h it heen killed. The
oppintor at Vlidmi Is nlruld to Mick hie
h' ad on' of the diHir on a "count of t!i
living hiilltn, tint uaw two or three
WiigiinloinlH of WO'iuded pans.
THK HHKKP I Mil -.111 V.
Aliiiul 1 00,0011 I.Ki.ihi llclna Nliliieit Out
of New M.l'ru IIiIn ear.
Mjre la'utH are helng Hhlpnd out of
tti territory HiIh year than ever heforp
iu ;U hintiTy. Yeelerday forty carloade
paeNcd through to thla city on the way
to Colorado, KatiHaa, Iowa, Missouri and
oth'r Htutee, where they will he paetured
htx niiuiireri carioaiiB nave ueen
ehlpped out bo far thla fall, which Is as
many bs were ehippeii an latti year, ana
It le expected that the number will be
Increased tn l.tuu care tielure me enu or
HiIh ttioiith. An there are about i Hi
lainbi in each carload, thin will retire
nrnt a nhipment ot 4(i,ii"ii lamhe from
the territory thin year At the rate of
f J per head. HiIh Hlgnlllea thai fviu.tx)
will be reallzeii (roiu thla one portion ot
tbe KlieeD IndiiHtrv alone.
The lba?kn or the territory are neing
Increa ed by about ;ti,0iiO ewea from the
troughl (liHtrtutM of I ex as. New Mexico
dieep men have already purchased thin
number. Mont of them will be pastured
In the country tributary to Albiiiiueruue
and Las egus.
Tbe Hostile IMllarer Iidians
Minnesota Wl'l Su' render.
Mirrin. ami Slllknr at Virilau
III , llav an fcui'ouuler.
Yiidni, M., Oct. 11. The arrival ot
iu purled negroes from the eolith to day
was followed by a desperate ba'lle.
hive hundred hIiiiIs were exchanged
between the etrlkern on one elde and
hln nil I invention add ileiiuties and rail
road police on the other Hide. The lust
Information is that t-'ii were killed, live
fatally wounded and live seriously
wounded. A Chicago Alton special
policeman Is among the kl'l il.
When t'm train bearing the negroes ar
rved, it wan met by fully l.r'H armed
miners Inn d up on each sole of the track
T he tialn wan stci ned in front ot the east
gatmiif the Htock v ants. A ilo.-n shots
were 111 id from the Htoekade al the white
nieu, while the strikers were half a mile
The wildest rumors are Hi 'at, one be
triir that as many an titty miners are
killed. The town ia in the greatest ex
citemi'iit, the men m-curlng whatever
emu they can get hold of. The women
aud children are fleeing to their
hitmen and barricading themselves behind
doors, tiiime of the wives of the dead
miners, however, decline to go to their
tinmen, and are almost mad with grief
hlmiiiy before 1:30 Manager I.tikenn
tried to escape from Ihe sliuft. The at
tempt wan the signal for another fusilade
from the miners. The manager and a
Miiall force ot detectives ran into the
alley behind the postolll te.
The city marshal ban telegraphed to
A slim Meeting
A few days at'i) a democratic politician
Is. ued a printi d circular for a meeting
of repuldlcaiin ilim-aliHtled with the pop.
u ar candidate for delegate to congress,
and Ian. night, the aforesaid ileiiiocrst
with half a dozen well known fusion
ists, met upstaira over 'igera'a Cafe,
and talked over the situation, after
which they adjnurtiPil w ithout doing anv
biiuege whatever to the candidacy of
the t xcellent selection of the ti rrriti rlul
reoulil.cHii convention. A number of
oilliiioken reiJUbllralls were invited
meeling, but failed to mil
panish Commissioners Proving
to be Trained Diplomats.
wan therefore over nlxty-four yearn old at
trie tune of lv r death, hhn wn true
Christain woman and died with the peace
ot one who known that the lAirtl hae
called her from labor to reward. Mr.
aud Mre. (ieorg Heed delre to thank
nelghtiorn and (rlemU for the many actn
nt kind in en bestowed upon their aunt
during her last elcktiene,
Archblsbop Chapp.'lle AppolntcJ ApM-
tollc Delegate to tuba.
KOMBIR Or SICK AT SANTIAGO.
Parle, Oct 11 The eiUing yest-rday
of the. Joint peace commissione of ttie
1' ntted rtintiH and Hpuln were devoted,
ans riling to the (iaulois.to the rxamiiM
tti u of the eolulloii which It In poeiibie
to give to two tiuestioim ot the protocol.
ihe t'hll'ppthe question was ni-icu-men
incldeut'illy. the I nited f tab n coin
miintoners noeking to tmp wo a system ol
nini eni Btloii for claims connected, with
thii entire group by a-siinilng the debt,
rnvnled that npum guarantees met utian
If tit. The hpiinlanH whh the i lilted
Htnten to assume the Cuban debt arid
hand over all war material in Cuba,
irto Kiro. The dltictiHslon was very
I'll Am irlc in cmsl ler that they psn-
not iliscusH the principle forming the
basis of the protocol, to which the 8pan
larils reply that the protoitil wan signed
at a critical moniput tinder bo preening
necessity that It cannot be considered
expressing the sovereign will ot a tree
eoa or a Hail Man.
Kan nan City. Oct. 12 A writ of
habean corpus was granted In the cane ot
.leese James, eon of the noted bandit,
arreeted yesterday on the alleged charge
of having guilty knowledge of the recent
Missouri I'acltlo train robbery. I tie
police are trying to secure an Indictment
INIllANS Wll.l. M It It KM U.K.
Tliej TMnk II tun to Kill I lillil Bll.
Walker. Minn.. Oft. 12.Bear Island,
or the l'lllager ludiuus, will surrender.
and war ban been averted. It renialm-
for terms to be arranged before the bus
tiles come into the agency, father
Aloysus Hoinami'z and Chief fisy-liwn
Che-VSay-Hlniiiiig. peace cnmmissloiiern.
went last evening to me Hostile camp
and got back this morning. The Indlaue
allii'led to the battle of last week as a
"little fun." They asserted that noue of
thetr number were killed or wounded.
Kml-sarles refused to make puhlla their
report until submitted to Commissioner
Jones, further than to say that Indian,
will come to the agency when the reply
Will tlo to Culm
Washington. Ojt. 12. Cardinal Gib
bona received a cablegram from Home
to-day announcing that the pope had
appointed Archbishop Chappelle, of New
Orleans, apostolic delegate in Cuba. He
will retain hie position at New Orleans,
the new Held being a epeclsl mission.
Archbishop thapplle is now at Home,
Kntltle.l to ! Kiiililnin.
lienvor, Oct. 12 Judge Illood, In the
district court to day, decided that the
Hroad (antl-Tellsr) state ticket was the
resular silver republican ticket, and en
titled to the Hove emblem The Teller
republicans, who fused with the demo
crats and populists, will appeal to the
loilnic or the Tannrlr.
New York, Oct 12. Olllelals of the
I'nlted Stales Leather company refuse to
coullrm or deny the rumor that within a
few days, owing to lack of prollt In the
leather buslness.it will endeavor to lower
the price of hides and advance, that of
leather by closing many, if not all, Its
tatiuericH and dependent Industries.
1 II K IAIII.
I 1:1 South hi rut Btreet,
Twenty live steps from Railroad ave
nue to No. 1 lil south Kirst htreet. 8uve
you 2"i per cent o i all your purchases.
Vie want your tra le, ami are willing
to pay lor it. by taking lio per cent less
tl an any other store ran afford to take.
nehaveiiist received and have ou Hale
at regular eastern prices
Urea l boxen
I H!1 trunks
l lower pots
iireits or other
il ass washboards
l ap boards
V Indow cleaners
Yi aterlng pots
oil tanks, trays, Ian
glassware and hull-
things too numerous to
Nl. k at Naming!).
Washington. Oct. 12. A dispatch from
ieneral Wood, commanding Hatitlago
"ins there lire HM fever cases and l.loli
sick iu tils command. Three deaths yes
lllil ror Muriler.
Canton, Ohio, Oct. 12. Mrs George
whs lu-ni in answer tor me iiiuruer oi
ii 'orite .laxtoii at the coiicIiihIou of the
preliminary healing to day.
li.wton. Ort. 12. John M. horben, Sr,
president of the board of directum of the
ChicHiro. Hurlingtoii Uiitncy raitroail,
lie I to day.
New York, Oct 12 Money on cal1,
nominally at 2, per cent I'rlme mer
cantile paper, a; jot 1 percent.
tlrcnt Hii.'rllli hala
of clothing to be made t i order that
means we are olTerlng a large line
of Kritrllch, Hoinesttc. (iermuti and
Krench cloths which were bough
at the recent bankrupt sale at
Chicago for (10 cents ou the dollar
thereby making you a saving of 10 cents
nn the il"llar from the regular cost price
We invite you to inspect this Hue of
goods and have your measure taki'ii for a
suit or pants. W e also guarantee to give
you a perfect fit or no sale. Iion't miss
this chance and call at once at our sales
room hoiiui -h, .v i. Annijo Piuiiiiiig
M. Tlui m, Ageut.
Taken from in front of the Rank ot
Commerce about !i o'clock this afternoon
a l.uthy road racer, belonging to A. K
Walker. The bicycle has H cranks, is
enameled dark green, fancy striping
with brlaht nickel lap joints. Kinder
return to A K. Walker at Haldridge's
Ol'KMVit an elegant line of sll.YKHW I!K, cmipi iing Tea Set,
Water Sets, Cuke Baskets and a variety "f other thing's suitable (or
WEDDING OR BIRTHDAY PRESENTS!
Call and See us. You w ill liui I our pi le s for line goods m pi i-nigly low,
POGEBS' TRIPLE PLATE KNIVES ANU TORK-S, UM LWn.
. EVERITT .
lllmrlrl tonrt Nnt.
In the case of the First National hank
vs. John a. LPts executor of the estate or
William A. Tslhoit the court overruled
motion of plaintiff to compel defendant,
Martha lal bolt to elect whether she
would take under the will nr by dower,
hnlillng that said defendant was bound
under whatever election she had made In
A petition tn lure W llllam J. Cleghorn
declared limine was (lied.
Judgment for $15 was entered against
the garnish , me Crescent Coal to., In
the cone ot K. fiturnill vs. Mike I'lunkett.
i the case of It I'. Hall vs. (iurdon
I'earce. the Inventoried iirnp'rtf at
taeheil was ordered Hold by the sheriff.
John II. Htlngle, the rising young bar-
rletor, who was formerly a subject of
'Jjicpii Victoria, today forswore ale-
glance to the Hrttlsii government ann
ti't-ame a full II tlgml eit'X'U ot the
l ulled Stales.
tt.ir.lon t'Mkres's lmrtir.
Gordon I'earce, ulltor of the lMmocrat,
uiy-.terlously ilsapiearpd last Wednes
day morning and baa not been heard
from t-ltice II i wan seen alsmt H o clock
that morning, no If he left the city it is
.urmlsptl that lie must have gone on a
freight. All of the conductors who took
iratns out of the clly Wediipsilay eay
that they saw nothing of Gordon. Recent
lorn -stlc troubles and a desire to gel
sway from the society of boon compan
ions are the only motives that can be de
duced for his sudden departure, for while
he left a number of unpaid bills they
were not so large but that lie could have
received the incesnary assistance from
friend to pay them.
THK IIKKUMKKN Billet. P.
Sum Actions That N.4l Kitlanllon-
IiIimp Driven Away.
Kor the cast two or three week the
people of Albuquerque have been talking
ill oil the Oolngsot Notiie Kerggreu, me
wahoo, Ni b., sheep buyer who recently
became IdeullUsil with the sheep In
luslry of central New Mexico an I who
made this city Ills home and head
He pral citizens, wun wnom iiieiiti
.KN representative has tal ed in order
to run down some of me nan reports
sfl iat, say positively that the Berggrena
have not acted a-i pquare men, and point
to me (act mat only recently ins uerg
areus, on the quiet, ordered a number of
cars in be sidetracked at Las Vegas for
the shipment of sheep to either Colorado
irNeiiraka; mat me aroreeaiu sneep,
numbering IO.ikni nr more and upon
wirchthe First National bank or mis
eity held a cla iu nt several thousand
lollara for money advanced, were quietly
Irtven across the country from a ranch
In Valencia county to the shipping stock.
yards at Las Vegas, and at this point
thene sheep were loaded into cars, secretly
ordered, anil shinned to Colorado.
When thse Important but qilet
transactions, said our Informant, were
lilnied a', the Kirst National bank, aur
Drised faces were seen here and there in
this well known banking iniititutlon,
nd M. W. Klournny, the vice president
if ihe bank, took the oral train for the
north, overtaking Noble Herggren and
the M.Ono sheep at lienver. Mr. Klour
uov, knowing that his bank nan ad.
vanned money on the sheen, did not
listen to explanations, but forthwith
look possession of them and had placed
upon the sheep a mortgage to -ecure the
Indebtedness due the bank After seeing
tn thene matters. In a legal manner, Mr.
Klournny returned to the clly, while the
president of the bank, Joshua 8. Kay
nobis, walled here his coming and to
hear his report."
It Is further reported that Noble Herg
gren declared to Mr. Klournoy that he In.
tended to pay the bank tn four or five
months, but he could not explain his ao
Hons In getting the sheep out of New
Mexico when he knew that they, until
certain obligations were lifted, belouged
to the Kirst National bank.
It ia learned that the father of Noble
Hertruren, who was a frequent visitor
here during the past year, is at Kansas
i It v where an operation was performed
on hi in recently.
NEW HOMO MEXICO.
Pecos Valley Road toe Connect
ing Link in the Line.
Two Warships Ordered From Boston
to China Coast.
Tbe Battleship Orcr.vn Will B:lp Brazil
lERIOPt BITtJATIOS IB CHINA.
Kort Worth, Texas, Oct. 12. James i
HsgermBii snys that the I'ecos Valley A
Northeastern railroad, the principal of
tock of whk 1. .s controlled by him, will
be extended to B iq illlas, Brewster
county, to coi nect with the Mexican
Northern, now being pushed from the
nth, as soou the gup between Itofl-
well, N, M aid Amarillo, Texas, shall
hsve been conn leteil. The result will la
through route from Chicago to the City
Mexico several hundred miles shorter
than any other.
Will Rln Colohrittn.
Washington, Oct. 12 The nvy de
partmeiit hat sent InitrnHioiH to Cap
tain Rtrker, nt Ihe battleship Oregon,
senior nfllcer o the equailron under
orders to proceed to Honolulu, to be at
lllo, Krsxil, November loth, to partici
pate In the celehratbm of the annlver-
ary nr me estabi'sbiunut of the Brazilian
Klllsd lh Mnrahal.
Rt. Iuls, Oct. 12. While Irving tn
arrest George hates, a negro, 1'atrlck
Gunning, town marshal ot Kirk wood.
was killed, and Bttps escaped. Therein
talk ot lynching him when captured.
New York, Oct. 13. Copper, lid.
RAILROAD AVEJWE, Albuqutrqu. N. M. H
lUadquart.r. for DIAMONDS, WATCHES, Etc.
HUH JKINT HAIIlKlf.
Two lliliiaini'ii ChukIii MuioklnK au Opi
um l'li Last Mil lit.
Marshal McMlllin and Oil! vr Martinez
made a raid last night ou the Chinese
laundry on the corner of Third street and
l upper avenue, Mr. ham, proprietor, and
ciiht two Chinaiueii, Jim and Hop,
in Ihe act oi consuming Home nop.
The place has been Under Misplclon
from some time and oIIIi'its co-jcluded
that last night woh the npimrtune tl m
to make the raid. Olllcer Martinez was
ent to the back entrance to cut t il the
only avenue ot escape and the marshal
demanded a'lini-lon at the front door.
which was locked. Ham hesitated a few
moments before opening the door but a
more urgent demand from the marshal
brought 111 tn to time He Hounded a
note ot alarm to his ciuntrymen
simultaneously with opening the
door, but they were already too
stupilled to take heed In the front
room Ham was industriously plying lib
trade of Ironing clothes but to the rear of
the room, protected from outside gaze by
a curtain were the two Chinamen, Jim
and Hop, reclining on pillows and pulf-
iir at me pipe.
The Chinamen, hop outllt and all were
taken lu charge by the officers. This
morning they appeared before Justice
Crawford and pleaded guilty Ham to
running an opium joint and Jim and
Hop to smoking. The llrst was lined
and the hut two got off with $10 apiece.
1 1'i'V all paid ilietr tines.
Ike Long, proprietor of the Glee Club
saloon, was arreslisl by Marshal McYltl.
Iin for running a poker gaum without
license. Ho plead guilty and wan tilled
.'ill. 'l bs marshal also arretted Valen
lull for the same offense. He will have
his trial to morrow morning.
l.o.t or NtolAU.
Lost or stolen, from TlIK Citizkn office
r the Bank ot Commerce, four die
iisiks, three checks to a Inge, with the
'ollow ing names printed ou the end of
:he check: ''hctinoiulsl, blue check
K. II. lumbar." pink clink; 'J, C. BiUI
IcIl'o" and ''I. Wienman," yellow check
ill lithographed in brown Ink, with
two cent revenue stamp printed lu the
enter of each check. Any Information
leadii g to the recovery of these books
vill be rewarded by reporting the same
o tills cilice.
This coming week will be our last
week 111 Albuquerque cleaning vaults
tud fPHHtHmls. I'arties desiring sue
vork doii't will do well to give us a call
J. K I Kit. Kit A Sun,
Orriril In I hlna
Rostou. Oct. 11 -The gunboat WH-
m'.ngton has received sailing orders
for next Tiienlay. Navy yard officials got
word tn have her retdy on that date
without fall. Her sister help, Helena, Is
tin ler orders to sail for China the follow,
Moli in thin.
Hong Kong. Oct. 12. A dispatch fro in
'lieiuuliiho state! that three accused
poisoners were executed at Hponl last
night. A moh dregged the Unties through
the streets. The situation In serious.
Kansas city Markst.
Kansas City. Oct. 12 Cattle Kb
eelpta, ld.Otio head. Market, native
steady to strong, others alow.
Native steers, ft tedo.Vi'. lexas steers.
J'J.Kottt mi; Texas cows, i j umh 1' ; na
tlve cows ami heifers, (I oiittt 75; stock
era and feeders, :t.iK.il.il; bulls, 2.bo
Hheep-KoelpU.o.(KJO. Market, strong.
Lambs, l.tuoooO; mutton, ta Uiet.iiO.
tllilenao mark Mnrkat.
Chicago. Oct. 12 -Cattle Receipt.,
1 2.5i s i head. Market, ctrong to 10 ecu's
Heeves l bK?0 ;n; ami i.-.fr
2im4ft.j; Texas steers. t2ti;tW;
westerns, 3 tl'i(it4 00: Htttckera and teed
ers, tiUdttl Til).
Hheep-Kecelpts, 15,0tK) head. Market
firm, tn 10 cents higher.
Natives, fit KMHl.iU; westerns, S3.0&
ml.oj; lambs, 4.2utl 40.
"Vl'lt whole store inad.i Intd on i Great Bargain Counter. Weexpect to get Into our New Building In alsmt
three weeks, and w j do not want to in ive a single piece of gissls that was left over from the Are. We are
going to make It to your iutere it to help lis get rid of all the goolt now on hand by mrtkiiij the mist unheard
of Givp-Away I'rictMPver dreamed of, so that we can open the New Building wt.h an Kntirely New Stoak. We
will quote a few of the many bargains where $l.no diss tin work ot many, Corns early ami get first choice.
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GRAND REMOVAL SALE.
Lot t lontmtf of novelty wesves, niinttires,
vinos, lli-tini'ttas. I. ndies' Clothes ami .one Novel.
IV I'.ilti oi. kIimMI'V 1:imair'l. worth DP to 1 50
sv.itd. I'd d ou tsh't' at per yard t'
Lot 3 -Assorted ts Pl.-i'dn. plain and initlnre. worth
up to 4oc. a mil. Piled on uilr al per yl inc.
tiissl iiulily corset all aliea.
Piled on tahle a"
Ladies' Si k llow-n and String Tit'a, worth up to oc.
t-a h. I'l I'd do tulilc, cholrv
I Lot ladies' lilai k and colorvil hot, wort
Piled on t.iMe, 8 pair for
I I ..it full n BMilarentra quality, aricliose In lain. Piled
on uioie hi pel piitr
A II ol tlner it Ic f i,,' cotton and silk hose al
Canes and Jackets
t Lot I adies' ('iino and Jai k.-ts, ilnniHiied by water,
worth up to 1 5. Piled mi table, cholcr 1.00
Glance C-ver These
SlaoiUid Brands Calico, 80 yards for .
timid quality, Slllnla. per yard
Marssillea' Towels, each
Boy'a Suits, choice of house, only
(iimkI quality Boy'a Suit
1 ha: Men's Suspenders, worth op to ftoc pair choice . . 10c
Men's Hocks, gisxt quality, al Ac, a. ., 7'tc. and 10c.
be. and 10c.
Men's llandkerrhirfa worth up to 311c. at Dc
Men'i tinting Klannrl Nmht Shirts, worth up tofl.aS
Saxony Yarn, worth inc. at IVc. akeln.
Spanish yarn worth Inc. at 10c.
Ocimantown Yarn, worth 15c. at 10c.
Ice Wool, worth Hoc. at 10c. box.
1 Lot B.iliy Cloaks, damaKed by water, worth up to ft,
cboi ;e BOc.
Colored JBibbous at aliont Half Price
Laces at Loss than Half Price.
B. ILFELD & CO., Proprietors.
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Chtaaarn (train Mnrknt.
Chicago, Oct. 12 - Wheat October.
(14 'ae; Ui.spmber, nl'cWrti Sa.
t orn ttcuiner, ino; iteupmrssr, at)'c.
Oatn October, 22 hie; Uecemlair. 22H
HllTr man tn,
N'w Tork.Oct.12 -811ver. fOc. Lead,
Jas. L. Bell & Co.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
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A STIKHIMi KVKST
it tn to Hint-, itnd ttiHiitMliiiii will comf tti it
tint. 'I In litdt taimlV wil Ik plf.wtt M h
Hit rriiill tf th.it ttir )nt it rvtiir in nutii-
lll.ill t.itihtit-il Willi lilt tt'illllnnl tl.ltllllH at nut
ynit civ. .ttoiip m-r h in l-i I .in it Willi w Mm 1
aikinoil B c. 111 t't. mr y "! K 1 f .it 1 -"tit' turn
fur Hit' n-aHi thai tlit'v t ouhlu t imr.-il.ly I
ittiy U-iti-r. t lur I'titi-n, litti, al w as -.tr ikt 1 1 it
kl'VIMrtf lit ft tilHlll'. I lll lC It IllOllt y 111 tlll'tll
it ir our patron. ( mr !, n owiw aw v, mW
Iifl'i ul IimmI innliitti( liHfiyii hiiiI utinftii'
111 tti( nnaliiu ami Uttiut I'luct.
QI'IKTLVHI TSl ltKI.V W K AUK
MAKING Ollt KKl.KYI SlInK
'I1IK Sin iK OK J UK ToVt-N.
e've covered more ei't thii Kail than
ever before. One friend telli miotli
Sienks of the good iiialiti-s of tin
93.50 SIlOPU to be had ill Ku-.'t
t'ulf, Krowu, Willow fair, liluck Wax
Calf and liluck llox Cult in all the
New cut shape.
HKK SHOW IMMiW.
inj; your repairing to us. M iii orders given cart ful attention
GEO. G. GAIIISLEY & GO.
HAIL O at It K KM WIVKSJ I'aKKri L
Kelutile Shoe Dealer.,
122 S. Second St.
Ileal h of Mr.. 1 hoiua.
The funeral of Mm. Krancis Thomas.
the old colored ladv, occurred this after
noon from the A. M. K church and was I
larg-ly attended by her friends, she was I
lM.ru in I'ulttHkl.Teuu , May 17, luHl, audi
t m n n 4 c
7E have a Large Stock of GOOD SECOND
HAND WATCHES, costing new from
$10.00 to $30.00, all in perfect order and guaranteed
which we are closing out at from $3.00 to $10.00.
H. E. FOX,
Chitf Watch Inspector,
Leading Jewelry Houm oi the Southwcat.
Oldest One-Priced Clothiers
Moil's Fine All Wool Suits
Men's .Grey and Black Cashmere Suits
Men's Fine Cheviot Suits
Men's Worsted Suits with Silk Linings, only
Roy's and Little Fellow's Suits and Overcoats
$10 and 12.00
$1.50 to 5,00
For a Suit to order wo are headquarters. Our reputation for
FINE SUITS is established.
E. L. WASH BURN & CO.
All Pattern! 10 and ISc
EGO Of, ST
201 Railroad Avenue, Albuqaertjue, N. M
HalaEglitocl Store in
Day ai Receired.
The Store that Gives the Best Values Is the Store Where People Buy!
Visit;no; a-tl inspecting where they may. They purchase where the best return for money is
obtained. Visitors here, recognizing value, buy. Value first and always show
is a second consideration.
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Ml.i k For t'..li.n- otily . J M.
K'tttric St-iti fll;r, lilii k
Silk IjIiihiK' full Swet'tJ,
.t fu up to lo OU
K'ntn Sf;tl t'ullar. mimed
ilk I ,i '' inu Trniiiiift
with M.irtiii I'.n U, 7 :0
Sink-H, the taws, in Fur
tiMf tiit-itts in ah tilt filth
ttin.thlt h nr. iin- y litii-il
ami lnrnnii'l wild M.titid
(.ul-. piitft rui'ii ttitiu
t4.!iU tit J.r.
(ifiiumt' Hint k Martin Chp'm
mailt' it oin I lilicai
( rlinitlt ftlrtt k M.trtlll
b tir tn f.iti.iMt t Mill.
lit... k l ont y t pr v'7 to :in
liM'h Itinti with tfonU
hlut k lining V to if4
mutltt '45 Inch lufitf, from
tiiitt do I f t itstmi h.tn
Itklll!, Illlt'l Willi h.ltlll
tllK'hflt l'f It'l l..(7.fiU to
t)5 cu li
It-niliK, )t und hr.ud It unmet fiodi
lluih in I'l.tiu ;iul Hi, hi) Trimmed.
i.-iUt u n I 5,oo to -it DO
1'i.liir. Hln. kni'W Mini'
'I 4li". Hfl'MII'. Mll'l
t irrrnw. I'm i-i Ii in
lni eoili U to V.fiO
1 H i m il limu. Hi.mul
.III V l 60
'-'I Itli ll Itilli:, HI.IMMll
'4i in Ii Iiiiiu. nl'1-i'i.il
imly .i .Mi
tn KlHllf'W. NMIIftV,
all .ii'a unj all
. J". iij tu J".llu f n il
A guud Kutni tluruhlti
Lad ies' Cloth Suit
NUd from nl"e quality.
l.adit'H C'httli, m m ;trif or round
tin, j.it'krti, ti lines 1 1 nt' d tn
l otort'd su.in hruwu, Lluc.hliit k,
Mftilc 'roin all
),u lo-t lint. I w itli
ol wtorm icrf,
.itin itnti m IK
i.lorf I'l.it k. hrown autl tnt-y,
t iiiitiii'd w itfi t'Ut k motuir
I'l.tid. I'lice l& iM)
Mad- from i tra
aud rtfw hluci, imift Imt'tl
throny lit t w ith tlu. k 'I'm lata
-ilk Knure uit nu'trly inutlv
I'm e 10 60
Lailit Srparalw Skirts
Nnvfltv Cloth In I'liit-and KriM'n with wh'te tiuurc IVrcallne
hiifil and vi'lvu't-t-n linitli only I .mi
Novt-lty C'hviot Skutn in all r ulni-; vtl vt'tt?t-n Hnlshcd per
clinic liiiftl juwaids from 'Vjr.
Kiwnri'd H'llliautffn Sknt In an fiullei vuriftyor dt?)lgni
at fl.oti rach UWitnU
1'laln Hiilliantt in and tiirili.m Skirt "lint I and inU'rllnt'd
vctvrtft-n bouiul, A jfood m-rvu f.iltli- okirt. up from 'l.7&
Silk uiul Satin Skin m all tin Ni-w !iapii. stvlf and
il-nifc!ii lini-il w ith xrii! inc oi .tlt. it:t"f iiiut l,v itrli to
Ik apprn iaU-d at lioiu . .' up to f .1.00
i- Misses' Coats anil Jackets
"-t rT.U l-"W'-t lint- of Chiltlrt-n'K an.
4 4uJ Mi t loak-A. Jat kt th and Cape
t wt hiou'hl he if 111 i uvt'il lilt lliiin
,tW" I'.hii'V Cwl. in . I Hoiii k' aii'
1 Hour If Hlld
mil nu civ ma le and
t'fit tatikfina at 1
MuM tc AH.cn to b
SrrtJt Skirt in hl.uk and hlue,
I ir did ti iinuit .1 and t.tliri piping.
;iUo tin- he w lit m i uf iumlioto