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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 15. 1890.
General Breckenridge Criticises
Thleks Results Would Have Beo
Better With Riles la Command.
Rrpn.w f 1 x GtiTcrnor Thornton (om
mni Suicld; In St. LouIj.
TtlKttl WIR 111 ILLIKOI.
Washington, Nov. 15. General Hreck
euridga lealiUed before the war tiiveetl
gatlou coUIUiIhsiuu to-day. He bail, lie
Said, gone to I'll ha aa iiieoeclor-Meueial.
He observed ca-uliy the preparation
for the embarkation of Wish a. Tumpa
ud concluded tl.ey were quite Inade
quate. There wa no prep nation Cor
landing in the face of the enemy, oilier
than thai which me navy might luuiiati.
Tb-re were only two ltuhurx anil lo
bcjw secured on behaii or tliearun
brfor the departure from Tamp, it
wa bia nmlerstaiidlng, however, lliat
the arojjr and navy were eo perattng.
Hp-aking of the conflict of authority on
the transports h hhi1 the mas
ters of vessels did not respond ax
promptly an might hare been de-
Ired, "True," he mild, "there wan a
little navy cadit on board each vessel.
but he had no auihorily. I lie actual
naval ofrl -er of the q i irlennaster'a de
partment ou earli vessel would have been
bettr." Aked M oplnlou on the reenlt
of the campaign, he eald he thought It
waa consistent with the character of tne
uian who conducted It, Wnat m to be
expected from the liml'ation of (j neral
b Inner? "1 think It would have been
different It Ueneral Ml lee had been In
Command that it wou'.il have been more
satisfactorily conducted. 1 Hunk he ha
more Rpark and genius of command than
any man In the army, and I am sure if
be had had charge he would have been la
the Iron, rank."
l'.x (loveruor Woodbury snug-tattd (he
battle III front of Sau Juan had been
fought and vlcttvy won within eight day t
of the landing. itoneral Hreckeiirltlge iu
reply eald the victory had been won
"when Ueneral Torul' ueive gave out."
lie believed the war wan the uird'n war
and thta wouderful success was dun lu
Hie supervision. WMIs he considered
lbs result marvelmisiy commendable, he
did not I'tel thnt lienors! btiafter waa
hove criticism lu the conduct of the
campaign, lie could not believe thut the
result was miracle, but he ascribed the
intconie to the fart that the aiuy
waa one capable of meeting ail
call. "No miller how It w,n tangled
lip," he eald. "It went to victory." He had
at the time quoted Lird Here, ford when
he eald to tin army up.iu a certain oc
casttloo: "1 hate led you into devil of
Ui and It la uow your duty to fight Ilka
hell to get me bill i f It " He Waa eure at
leaat that all niKHged were actuated
with tal and every m in hud dune the
beet of which ha wan capable and l.e hud
never known of war In which there
waa not criticism at the cln-ei.
Ueneral Mcl'iuk asked Ueneral Wreck
enrtdge If he bad vIhIIhI Hliafter In hi
tent when 111- latter win ill at kaitUg.
Kreckanrldge replied that he ha I done ho.
"Hid he theu offer the command of the
army to yon an reported In the preaa?"
Hrrck -nrtdge replied: "I very mm h pre
fer not to answer that qiiestlou. You
should aek General Hliarter. Hnch con
veraatlon aa occurred between Khafter
ud myaelf I not of 4 character to be
epokeu if IlKhtly. Yon want to know
what General hhaftr did, not what he
may have thought nf d dug. If Shafter
baa Hot repeeted the conversation (ought
Cot to do eo."
"As a matter of fact, l e did not turn
the command over to you Y' suggested
lieneriil Heaver, to which Hredtenriilne
responded: "No, I e did no", and 1 do not
think there la imv linprnpiiety In my
aayiug that he could not have done ao "
Npbi,w or Ki-luvernur Thornljn Tuka
Mia Own 1. 1 l.i.
Bt Loulf. Nov. 1.1 Chaa. H. Thornton,
who commilt'd euiclde at the Si inh ru
hotel Suuday ulght, la wild tu be a
nephew of ei Governor Thornton, of New
Mexico. Ilia fa'.her, Charlea Thornton,
who waa a lawyer of prominence and
ability, fell from a aailille horaa and waa
killed, Btraiiiiely enough, nut three hlocka
from the Hcuthern hotel twenty yearn
ago. Charlea H. Thorn ton came here
from hla home, Liai Angelea, Cal.. 1 1 re
clve tri'ktment for h nervoua i 111 'ii.n.
It la thought that cniiHtant worry i vrr
bad hivraluiei t In California Irni'ktlou
achemea cuii'idllie young ni .ii to kill
A I nlal llmlrcafl Mm-k.
Kirgttoti, Ont , Nov. 15. I he Grair'
Trunk railway expreaa from Montreal to
T n nto colhdtd with freight Ira n
Dear .Murray Hill lhn moriiinir by run
i.ii ir Into an ien ewltch Kitiht per
mi. a le kil'id or falaMy injured.
army. Thla new force will be needed to
take III place of the Volunteer who rte
lre to return home and leave the aervlc.
HPAl.TH CONDITIONS IMI'ROVINO
Waaiiiiigton, Nov, 15. The following
rtl-patrh haa b vn received at the war
"Maiilli. Nov. 15 The health condi
tion are Improving and rniy ait d-ath
dining the laet ellht day. The alrk e
rt p- rud df c-eiifcliig. Klve female Otire
of lh lied Croe ere doing excellent
work lu the hiapttala here. Twenty Com
ptt'iit female nur who give etrlct
ni'enilon to work would render benrQ MhI
a iikii.liant ntiinmo.
Married In at. Loula.
St. I)M, Nov. lo. -Mlae Katherlne
Keren, daughter of K. C. Keren, na
tional republican committeeman for
Mi'wonri, and Kraukllorneman MrKnna,
l ulled Slate at ting captain of the vol
unteer aervice mull r Itenernl Hnw ke, a
on of Supreme Juatlce McKenn. were
J lined In weill a-k thla alternoon. The
wedding wa the mo-t brilliant of the
eaon. Archbiehop KnlD, of ht l,onl.
performed lh niarriaire ceremony In Ht
Alphnueia chinch. 1 he b' n llcllou of
Tope l.eo waa cabled the bridal couple.
11,11 il'.i IM lilll.l iTI s r.a.
MKKiutT anu an trrr.R.
Ttf ('t.milialiil Detmrlmente nf tmmt !
I'll r I Or HenprrllTeljr
Ne York, Nov lu A epvial to the
Trltmnii from vt sahliiRton ear: Genotal
.Verrm will rcauiiie iiimand of the de
partuienl of the eaet when hn rettirna
from Kurope. General hhufler will go
to can r rauclaco to command the de
partment of the t'aclllc. Theae cnlgn
menta will be made whether hn-tillllee
aiereauiiird or not, aa both ofllcera con
cerned are eatlaOed to give younger men
opportunity for acilve eervc lu the Dald
If occaion ruiulre.
- THE OFFICIAL COl T.
The lloanl or Coanf CommtMlonara In
The board of county commlaalonere.
according to law, met yeeterday and late
in the aiterncou oompleted lit laiaira or
counting the vote caat In thla county at
the general election, held on luewlay,
November 8, IM'H.
The v te In tabulated form la pnhllahed
on the aecond page of to day' 1'ITIKN
and It Bhowa the following majoritiee:
Kor Delegate ferea over verguaaon,
Kor Conncll Hughea over Bowie, 824;
Klnlcal over Spencer, boll.
Kor Kepreeentalive-i Gutierrei over
Sanchrt, S; Baca over Henry, "HI; Crea
pln over l)a baca, BT t.
Kor I'o timlaalnuera Mlera over John-
aon, 00M; (iutleriex over Harela, Hill; Uo-
mero over Utero, H'w.
Kor Probate Judge Sandoval over lie
Kor Probate Clerk Summer over
Kor lreaaurer and Collector Perea
i.ver Brie kmeler, Kw.
Kor Sheriff Uuulell over Armijo,
Kor School Snperluteudent Ilubbell
over Jnramillo, 114
Kor Surveyor Pearaon over Seoor, U02.
Kor AaaeHaor Sandoval over Moore,
Aa (dated In the table the majoritiee
for river commUalonera are aa follow:
B ill, Ul; Mariano, bn; Gutierrei, bi;
Gal.ahllli, IM; Perea, W.
In the return from Laa I'lacltas, pre
clnct No. Ill, the jil'tgea of the election
failed to alirn their UBiuee to the cerllU
cate, teatlfymg to the election having
heen held and giving the number of
vote. It waa therefore decided not to
include the votea front thia precinct In
the i llli'lal count. Aa the total number
of vote cant In thla precinct waa leea
than fifty It rnaka no materlul difference
In the total count.
Their LuH-lour (lain
Being aiixloua to quit the cuatotu tai
loring buiineaa, tho K. N. & K ("o., of
(Tiicugo, have ut'iorlzvl na to aell their
aulta and overcoat at what waa formerly
our coat price, Thia la a chance of a
lifetime. Call and eee the line. Simon
S eru, the Uailroad avenue clothier.
No. 113 South Flrat street.
Our obi act la tour eatiafactlon. Buy
from ua It you want the beet for the
leaat money. He have a One aarinrtuient
of lampa, notion, toy, queeneware,
granite ware, "aeivant girl proof" china-
ware in Individual piece, aeta or com
plete e mplemei.t. Be a friend to your
puree; wa.it if you will, but don't epeud
money with your eyea abut. Try u
once anil you win oome again.
Bran new Smith Premier typewriter.
The lutuut No. A liiiiehioa with murv Ini.
- 1 -- -
rice h-i. Addreaa p o. box
Kern, rubber plant, etc, for honae
It KM. THK ri.OKIsT.
tircat I'retMUre ItroiiKlit to Hear to llaia
Ibeui K.luin lluuie.
W aebingti'li. Nov, o. Great prenelire
1 being brought to bear lip u the war
department I have the volunteer trooHi
new In tl e Phillpplnea return to thia
country. Leltera puhlinhed nt tho home
of the eulieted men created u wave or
eympathy for the volunteer. While
they do uot recount verv great bardahlp.
except among thoie ill, they do ahow that
Hie la very oinxioua ara me uuiy or
policing the city of Uaulla and remain
ing Inactive le very dlaagreeuble. It I
raid lu the war department that
there la no way of relieving
theee troop from duty in the
Philippine at preaent. The uncertain
condition that exlet in I.ut m make it
utterly luipoeilble to get along with a
emaller number than atationed there.
(Jen. O'.la ha been aaked by cable If the
troop could heapared, aud replied In the
negative. The great demand made for
the mnater out of volunteer regiment
will form the baala of a atrong ewun
mendation In the annual meHaga of the
prealdeut for the Increaae of the reguUr
I.ol nit ra.
San Josk Uarkkt.
Iq Regard to Por'o Rico and
the Philippine Islands.
Thry Wilt Be Kept Under a Strang
The Santa F parchiics Tcrmlnil F-
cllltlei la San rrmclsca.
rTl BAILROAD WghCE,
C'liicRgo. Nov. 16 A eoecial to the
Time Itto aid from Waamiglon eaya:
P.eMdel,t Mi'Klliley hai Heel. led on a
lolu-y low aid t'orto K.co and the Phllip
pmea. He hi dtcided to eave the coun
try from it eiiluniiersot bnaiya.t.on, and
will delay the uniil derlaiuu a tu the
(oimot governmeiit fur a year. Thia
atateiueiu la on the auihorily of one id
the prealdeut a tuoet Inilnikta al
nwra, who gtvea the following outline ol
r irat I here will be no extra ne-lon
of cotigre next eprlup, barring giavr
eei-oinl I he coi.niiere.l lihin l will be
coi.llnued under eirong ruiuUry guv-eriiuieut.
Third All the fiduciary rmilloni will
be ailmliitelered by army otlicer
fourth I be Inland will be kept out
of politic a much aa poaaibla until the
American people bad an opportunity to
aluoy tin in and the national aenlliueul
can ciyaann aa tu the action that
ahonld ne taken ty the I ulled Hlalea.
Klfth I'tie lalauda will probably re
tain their preaent currency ayileiu, but
theae may be bolstered by degrees which
will ItiMir their Btablllty.
Sixth Being In effe'i military e do
me the coiquerrd lilauda will have lar-
itl of their own, which will be levied on
Import from the United Hlalea all well
aa thoee from other countriea
Seventh I he l ulled Stutea will col
lect d utl-a on Imii.irt from the 1-ilamla
the aame a ih iiigli lilt y alill belonged
to foreign Rivereignty.
nit samta re vaifc.M.
Haa awnvnd t'ropvrty In aan Frnuclaco fer
San Kraiiciaco. Nov. 15. It la stated on
good auihorily that the Saula Ke baa
aecured terminal facllitle luthUclty.
Ihe property choeeu I attuated adjACeut
tu the Spear atreet wharf. The Santa Ke
will have an entire block, bound bj
Spear, Wain, llarrlaon and Bryant elreete.
lu additiou to uumlier of water lute
G il. J. 0 Albright waa a pleaaant
caller at Thk Ct ri.i N oil! -e tin morn
lug, aud he laughed heartily when, In
'etdltig the Democrat' loug editorial.
he reached thla Heulence: "ilr. Grant
leiught the Morning liemocrat, for the
piirpnaaof giving the people of the place
a respectable Uewapuper.
L. A. Carr. a popular Han Marcial citl
2U. who viaited hi eastern relative and
Irieud, came In from the north lard
night, aud continued aoulh to Sau Mar
cial thla morning.
Have you tried our mammoth Queen
olive. He guarantee It to be the Uneet
bulk olive aold In Albuquerque. We are
selling them for 'i'o cents pint. San
Frank Georgea, John Myrlck, B. A.
Workman and M. Gannon are four well
known trainmen who are lu thecliy
The Albuquerque Glee club will meet
thla evening at the Sau Kellpe ho
tel. All member earnestly requoated to
W'eacll our Kailroad W'aii'liei wnh ao al,-..i!nte umraioee Kiev will ,n rating uim-iIioo
'1 he liilinV! Nig- i iil, Uci t!,e Ii-bI ,tl. lie tor lailro.id m-ivii t-:
17 Jewel Hamilton, $25.00, Heavy Silverine Casts.
21 Jewel Elgin, 30.00. "
The Vanguard 40.00. "
Gruen Preciiion Watch, 65.00, M
yot'K MONKV KKil KNI.DlK 1UKV KAIL TO I'.W.
K; V T J T T
Uidlng Jwlr, RAILROAD AVENUE, AlboqutriJu. N. M
Hdqurr for DIAMONDS, WATQIES, Eic.
Cleveland, Nov. 15. The republican
national headquarter, according to Sec
retary Charlea If. Dick, will be opeued at
naehlnglon a aoon aacongre convenes
and preparation for the campaign of
luuu win go forward rapidly.
tux rXACX cuMMiaaioN.
To-Morrow'a MmiUng In I'arla Not fle
llevwl to Ua Ida IjuI.
Washington, Nov. 15. OUlclal of the
state department do not expect to mor
row' meeting of the peace comniiaalou-
era lu Pari will be the Int. The amount
of the Indemnity after all. It i believed.
will be the principal point or dinerence
between the two able. Inquiry Into the
character nt the projector of the re
markable syn licate acheme lor the pur
chase of the Philippine for $10,1 '10,01 n
show they are lrreponaibte. It la
scarcely to be doubted that the project
ha been put rorward a a mean or en
hancing the price the Spaniard may de
mand tor the relinquishment of the
Philippines. It l believed the I MIim
StBtea would cnriHWit to the cash pay
ment nf ynxiiHIO (o J", imK MUD rather
than renew tho war. but the longer a
final settlement la delayed the smaller
will be the Indemnity.
Olll HAKOOK lih.rr.NaK.
Col. J. A. Hinllh Think! lliam Well Nigh
Clevelaud, Nov. 15 Col. J A Pmltn,
I' lilted Slate government engineer, he
returned here after Heveral mouth
abseuce Inspectlug the Atlantic coasi
defense, expecially the bar' or defense
of New York, Boston and Portland
Our harbor defenses, said Col. Smith.
"while not yet completed are aulllciently
far advanced that it would be suicidal
for a warship of any foreign country to
euter any of those harlmra if we objected
It will uot be a great while, null the
coa.it will be welt nigh impregnable."
W. f. I I . IIIHrrtl.
St. Paul, Minn.. Nov. IS. The w . C. T.
I', convention ou the llrat ballot olecttd
Mr. Steven, of Maine, president, she re
ceiving 317 OUt of &ll Vote Cast. Mine
Anna Gordou, Mia VS lllaid'a private aeu
rotary, wa elected vice president at
large. Mr. Susannah Krey, of Mumo
aota. waa elected Corresponding aecre
tary. Mra, Clara HoRiuau, of Sliaotiri.
recording secretary. Mra. Kiancea K.
Beatichamp, of Kentucky, was mad as
aistaut recording secretary.
Mra. ileleu M. Barker waa elected
ateamer Pftrls Oruuuilnl.
Mackinac Island, Nov. 15. Pasengir
steamer Peerless, when leaving the bar
bor last ulght during a ,uthwel gale,
grounded at Mission Polut- The Peerless
U owned by Ihe l.aka Michigan and
Lake Superior Transportlnn comany ami
ta ou Its way frrm Chicago to l.ikr
Superior with full cargo of uerchau
Paris. Nov. 15 The court of caseation
Informed the minister of the colonic
that It ha decided that Dreyfus be lu
formed by telegraph that the revievu
proceedlnga have been commenced and
he be uotiUed to prepare ht defeuse.
A flurkjr Clargyutau.
New York, Nov. 15. Maurice Hotten-
tlial, a Jewish clergyman, after a desper
ate struggle with a burglar early tday
shot hlui lu the head, Itiiltotiug a fatal
Jo JerTrraon'a IIIuvm.
New York, Nov. 15. Joseph Jeff -r uV
illnes has developed Into a mild attack
Hliluuianl Nearly Kmletl.
Middieslowu, Pa., Nov. 15 To morrow
will end the shipment of regiment
south. The corp headquarters will
Send In your ordera for flower for
IV r:. THK vi.oki.st.
lUvolullun In aalvador
New York, Nov. IB. A cable from
I.lberted, Nicaragua, elate a revolutiou
has Lrokeu out iu S ilvador. It 1 only a
fortnight aluoe Salvador, liouduraa aud
Niraragua forma I the United S'atcx nf
Central America H hlle the federation
of the three countriea wa ai proved and
carrlf d nut by the president and coin-
mltonio appointed rrnm each toontry
to draw np constl utlon. the people nf
Salvador have not b-en enthuslaatle
t verthe rhme, particularly a It ap
P'B' the financial burden nf maintain
ing the new stale will fall Dimt l.eavily
oat Mtilketa Win.
Chicago. Nov. 15. Th Cbicaro Vltdn
Coil company to dy practically ere dt
to all riemanla of the striking miner.
in enrrpany agree ti pay thermion
scale nf 411 c-tit fr hand work and 83
cent for mach n work.
Hana Uitf Warhot.
Kan rty. Nov. 15 ( m i
ce VI- lUm head Market, steady.
,v illv-t "teera. W, W itt)3n; I etas steer.
(2.7or4 8-"; Texas cow, t2 I5iif3 00; na
tive cowa and bel'ern, l Ktti : tock
r and ttednr. f ;l I'on 4 75; bnlH. t ;i
: 2 l.
Sheep Receipt, 4 (H-0. Market s'radv
Lambs, tin tf5 CO; mnttori. I.lCOrf
Chlcatao a tor Marker.
Chicago, Nov. 15 Cattle Recelple,
I,' Kl head. Market r-trong
He.v, fiiMu,, tvo; enwa anl b!rr.
Il.Tottt "V; westerns, $.1 Mtat 5t; stock
and tedar. l;l taJd4.B0: Texteer.
f i "ilv j 4 txi
8hep -Hecelpu. 15.000 head. Market
steady to strong.
Native. 'Jti 4 6T; western. 4310
4.50; lamha, 3.7rx!(u.HO.
Pnlloa Coart Mews.
Ill the police court t-dav. John A.
Nichola waa lined o tor disturbing the
wm Houston and Walter Clark, two
colored vega, were given five day apiece
tint sentence waa expended with the
understanding that they are to follow
some leg tlmat employment la the
J a me McGregor, an Inveterate drunk
ard, wa given thirty daya In the county
jail to oler up.
nxra ilenxe ana Hike alorrtaeey, two
trunks, were discharged on the promise
that they would go out on the railroad to
work and cause no fuither trouble.
Aeeepla llthar llnliaa.
H J Kiuerson, who ha been connected
with the hank of Commerce luce it or
ganization, e assistant cashier, ha ten
lered hla resignation, to take effect at
once, and ha arcspted a position with
the Kqultable Life Asaurane society t
nipei viMir nt agent for New Mexico and
Arixina. Ueneral Manager Paikhural
tiae by thla change secured the service
if one nf the brightest youn business
nnn In thla terrltr ry, of sterling worth
tun uiiqueein ued luiegrlty. nr. hiner-
n will continue hi headquarter Id
Albuquerque and will spend consider
able of hi time here, but the duties of
'Ha position will necessitate hi traveling
txlenslvely throughout New Mexico aud
m na in the Interest of the company
which he represent Tli Citi.kn
uthe Mr. Kmer -on every success, and
oredlct for hliu bright future In hie
The bank director, at meeting held
till morning, accepted the resignation
of Mr. Krnerson.
Hon. Solomon Luna and William Mc
intosh, two nf the moat extensive sheet
raiser of Central New Mexico, and C. K
"align, manager nf Gross. Blackwell A
V Albuquerque house, have been added
to the list of director of thla solid bank.
Kisi Merritt I now a member of the
Miles force of the Bank of Commerce,
going on duty this morning.
John Common, the principal teachei
at the local government Indian school.
ii aa been transferred to the Ouray, I tab
agency, where lis aicpt the importani
p witiouof superintendent. W . J. Oilvel
lias been appointed manual training
eacherat the local vcliool. vice J. M
llee'ler, who n ceutly resigned. Mr Oli
ver 1 now at Koit Detinue, Arinra,
where h will secure a few scholais trim
"Ccnimndore" Brown, the ranchman up
In the Ji'tuez country, ia In the city,
arriving on an early morning freight
tram troiu Bernalillo he accompanied
i lias. K. Hp'tder, who had charge of tin
'ud-1 at the Sulphur hot spring lat'.
iiiniiior, aa far aa Bernalillo, Sir. Spadei
remaining at that place to attend l
oiiie personal liUHlness
A colored man by the name of Clark
after lining his patience trying to col
i-ct a bill from Barney B1. Hi black
-mitli, applied a piece of Imu to KarueyV
head thia morning. Indicting met,
tig y wounds that the latter 1 en, lined
to hi bed Hit afternoon. Claik wi;l ex
plain the assault to Justice Crawford to
PoHtiuanter Grriiisfelil has received a
telegram from D. K. Phillips, the letter
carrier who recently went to Chicago,
"ay In g Hint he waa coming home for the
e"on tint ha nai sutl ring so ba lly
with rheumatism, caused by the damp
hieegii climate, that he wa unable U
Kd. I, avails, who has hi en working on
he new W bite Oaks railroad, ta lu the
Ity on huslnea. Ha expect to remalu
H. H. Klwell will go nonh to night on
i t.uint'H trip.
Mackey, the Alleged Embezzler,
Arrested in Gallop.
Charted Wi'h Robbinc Kansas Peo
ple of Over $40,000.
II Now In This City, AwlllDf the Ar
rival of officer i.
WILL PEMAHD KIOrriMTlOR.
Topika, Nov 15. l ulled State Mar
lial meine reeeived a telegram from
All uqileique, . U , uoliryliig hi III of the
arrtsi rl B. B Kckniu, lormerly of
Naiienu X Co. Nadeau. K.. wanted 'or
alleged embezzlement of (ln.KO. It la
allegid that Kckaiu before disappearing
am time ago, borrowed (ilioi each
from four Kansas t oy banks to use,
as he said, lu making change, cashing
checks for Indian, lie next visited sev-
Tal Indian reservations, secured f lrt.oii
Worth of governmeiit clocks which he
exchanged for bill of a larger denomina
tion. He 1 said alo to have taken 1 1,110
Irnni the term's store aud poetoilu-e at
Nadeau. A reward of AuOU wa offered
tor hla arrest.
The story of the detection and arrest
Of II- ilackey, alias Kckam, was pub
lulled lu last nigl.t'a ( iti UN. Deputy
Sheriff J. W.Green brought Mackey, hi
wife and three children la from Gallup
last night and turned ttnm over to Mar
shal McMlliln, through whose effort the
arrest wa made. I he Intense agony
manifested by the wife and rhl'dren
could not bnt touch the hardest heart
Mackey himself took thing more cmilly,
but be, too, waa consi tcrahly non
plnnsed by the turn which thing had
taken. Marshal McMlliln did not desire
to Inflict any greater hardship nn Mackey
thau was absolutely necessary, so he
turned htm over to Kred Kortinff, a epe
cial guard, and permitted him to remaiu
at the hotel.
W hen Slackey wa seen by represen
tative of Thk Citi.kn he reruaetl to dls
ptii the charge against hliu. farther
thin to say that lie waa going back to
rojieka to face tin m and that he hoped
It be acquitted. He did say, however,
that he waa partner In the firm of Na
'lean Co, aud that he had taken $17,
out), which be eor.siderrd hi fair share of
be prolll of the bJl oess and the money
he had Invested. Ua poelllvely denied
ibat he had taken any money from the
poetoUlce at Nedan. which he declared
lo be trumped up charge, pure and aim
pis. He aaid bia plana were to leave his
family In Los Angeles ami to go biinsolf
to South America.
t hen Mackey waa searched opon hi
trri 'al here, he bad only 'l IK) upon hi
errv and be said that his wife had
i.U), which la all that la left of the
money which he I charged with embei
(ling In Kansas lee than two yeara ago.
in hla grip were found enma papers
which Indicate that Mackey ia no novice
n the swindling buines. Among other
waa a letter written by Dan. W. Charles,
f Hamilton. Ohio, in 1W0, to the New
York underwriter, suggesting tl nt re
ward be offered for the apprehension o'
B. 11. Muck, which I one way of epell
ng bU'uauie. Mackey admitted that he
had been engaged tu the tnetirunce bust
lie lu Ohio, aud also that he had epeut
portlou of hla money lu straightening
no matter back there.
The facte about hi operations In Kan
sat will appear In the Associated Press
dispatch above which was received by
'.Tut Citizkn thla afternoon.
A telegram receive.) from the Kansas
Medal Inquired whether Mackey would
return without requisition. He said at
ilrat that lie thought he would, but after
ward changed hla mind and announced
that be would do voluntarily. Till will
lelay matters about one day.
.Marshal McMilltn received a telegram
from the chief of rallies at Topeka late
list ulght saying that he would come
after Muckey ou the tlrst train.
d, it h , a. o. v w.
Kxcelslor lodge. No. 1, will meet in
regular rwaelou to-mtrrow (Wednesday)
night at 7:30 o'clock sharp. Meinh. is
tl d candidate please take uotlce.
By order of the C. of II
K. B. Al.i.ntoN, It-'C irder.
tor Sal t heap.
A flue Vose piano ('quart)
A nice buggy, horse and harue
A good phaeton, horse end barnes
Magnill-eiit Hall safe, both burglar
and lire pro if.
1 do a generul commission, auction
and abstract biit.incsa, and enn nave you
money. Drop me card or note aud I
will cull. Inqulie H. 8. Kimiiit.
K'la Arinlj , wh baa been np lu the
Sartmleiito country for some time, la In
he city on vihiI to reia'ive and
Temple Albert Bazaar at the Armory
thl evening. Patronize a worthy cause.
JUST RECEIVED !
A Lue cf H)yV ami Voutlis'
Shoes tint am Kxtra Slrong1,
made ti stand the wear
of the Hoy a,
Sizuj 2'j 'o y, $1,50 a jar.
The He Sho.; Kvcr Mjile
at the pnre.
CEO. G. GAINSLEY & GO ,
Luryr.t Shoe Oealera.
122 8. Second St.
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E have a Large Stock of GOOD SECOND
T T 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, "p
& THE PHOENIX!!'
! A Wirlwind of Reductions !
Every diiy a Pargairi Day. We are g'ad to ahare a go-ni thing with our cistomers
and wpnt to call your particular attention to the good things thtt we are offering this week
Our store is chock fu'.l of att active neas. Everything thit in new and np to da'e we can
show you, and at prices which will unlock your p K.ketbook. All goods left ovjr from th
lire at EIRE SALE PRICES, Doa't be in the too late class.
OUR TRADE WINNER.
I.adl ' Cor, ts In black, white and drab, worth
",'ic. now 25e.
I'eantlfiil a srtnicnt Drenstioids, worth up to 75c
Ladies' Hose In black, tans and fancy, fl pairs for. 25.
Heavy Itlblteil Children' llww, worth t.'C. now I2',c.
Ki.ur bia Satin Itibhnn, worth from iRc. toodc,
now 8c. lie., 7!t and in rt. a ja'd.
I.sillea' l.lneo Collars, Bllghtly soiled, now 5c,
I.idi-'s' l.lnen Cufts, a'lg' tl soiled, now inc.
M-n's lloe tn bla-k and color 8 pair for 25c.
Men II aw Camel's II Ir Fleece lined I'n ler-
war, now fjoc.
M "l's Suspende-s, worth np ti 35c , now 10c.
Men't Ilandkerchlefa w irth up to :i5c. now 5c. and 0c.
Sax iiy Yarn, 5c. Spanish arn, lc. 'German-
town Yarn, Kc. Ice Wool, ar bol, IOC.
-A-t X-iO-w .ilcca Z
Ladles' Tailor Male liowns. Newest Style cut.
Iteaiitiful a'l wool go-sl. worth $15. Now.. $7.50
Ladles' Shirt Waist In dating Vlunnel.
Laltes' Cloth. and Black Fancy 811k Wa'eta for lews
money than you c in hny tin material,
H e nnr Klne Plush Cap, the K!net ever shown
In New Mcxicj.
A new line of Silk Skirt and Silk Petticoat, jn(
All the latest atrles In Ladies' Neekwear, Don't fall to
have a look at them.
Ladles' Walking Ha' In all the New Sha.
Ote. Our Ladle' Jackets have arrived. If you
are In need of a Jacket, c ill and e the prettiest line
for the least money ever iffert-d.
B. ILFELD & CO,, Proprietors.
if 515 5 5:- 5 ?5 ij5 I J 55 ?i ijlr 5 55 m 5 5.5 5lS 5 5:5 513: 5 55 5J5 S5 ?i5 5;$ J?5 5J5 ij5 5 J
Heavy Weight Ribbed Underwear, $1.00 a Suit.
Heavy Weight Fleeced Lined, $1.25 a Suit.
Heavy Weight Natural Wool and Camel Hair Underwear $2.50
Men's Grey Melton' Overcoats, $7.50 each.
Black and Blue Kersey, $10.00.
Boy's Overcoats and Blue Chinchilla Keefers $2.50 to $5.00.
Wo Huy in Caso Lots and Can Discount
all Competitor's Prices.
E. L. WASH BURN & CO.
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All Psltcras 10 and lie
Day ai Received.
201 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. II
IBSoat XLalclxtocL Storo In tlio Ofty."
....November Space Making Sale is flow On....
Our C'hriatinaa (Joode ar bi-ninuing to trovvil ui for room. We are go'mg to take time by the
fort lock and aell fooda ao 'ow aa to tempt coromVal buyers
und justify our motto:
"Always Ihe Pest Yalues at the Lowest Pr'ces."
I TO HELP US MAKE BOOM...
we will give tli's wkkk ll.l,l a iu per cent
rsductii ii i ii all Uresa tlooda, Hliks, Trimming,
Kt , laiuglit of us.
1 BLACK DKESS 000DS...
hi me new arms' in tin aouarluieiit.
US Inch tlKiirnlJliiliair )
uadnch K on lleli l adimere Choice, per yard ItftO
MK.Iiieh felihla Hoililiirs
UH Inch Hgured Hillllaiitlnea.
a Incti Novelty Jarqiiard. , .
!W Inch Novelty Huilluira. . . ,
41-inch tidured Brilliaulinea.
Mi Incti Kreuch Herge... ...
rAll.lneh (Muff Illuifiiriuld
ua-liicn noveuj rrenru nerge r -r.
All colore and black. ( ,UQ
A full line of gold medal novelties, In all the new
effect for Tailor Made Bulla, Novelty Crepona.
only one pattern to a stvle.
Our H2U pattern reduced to. I 8 (K
Our 17 60 pattern reduced to 15 uu
Our i'io.oo pattern reduced tu 17 60
Choice, per yard... 45e
Regular Toe good,
clmice. per vard....(Vc
Leading (cwclry Houm of th Southweat. S
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WAISTS AND SKIRTS...
a new line oi nna wbihw, in plain satin ana
duchess and plaid; color, green, red aud new blue.
Made lu newet style, only $1 bo
Hlack Hat In Duchess Waist, only 6 to
Hilk feltlooats. Id all colors aud hlack, j Onltltl BO
mails of uhangealds and plain taffeta t "',
A full Hue of Kur, In Nutria Bear, Coney,
Atraclian, Imltatlou Mink, Krumer Angora,
Tliiliet and Imitation Krmlue.
I'pward from He per yard
E THANKSGIVING LINENS...
leet will be given to tha Thankglvlog
meal by having your table equipped with some
our snow y linen. (8ee window display aud uote
THANKSGIVING LINENS 1 Cent need. I
f4 inch bleached Table l.inen at ''Tie
M inch bleachetl Table Llueu at Hue
inch bleuclied Table Linen at 600
I'ntileaclied Table Llueus, all width and all
price We guarantee tn aell you the best "J-inch
u Table Llueu In town tor ode.
100 dczn to make a selection from.
Krloged Napkins, colored, per doisn '?e
Krluged Napkins, all white, per doasu iioo
Kivs-elglit sua Nankins, all linen, per doi. up from Toe
riiree quarlers mi Kapklu. all llueu, per dmu.
from i oo
Seven-eights alt Napklna, all linen, per dozen, up
Hemmeil end lluck, 17iS3 inches, only
Krtnged emU Huck, IHxM Inches, ouly
Hemstitched end Huck, t'Jxilrl inches, ouly
And the beat colored border liuuiaek Towel,
open worked end and kuott fringed
TABLE LINEN SETS...
With napkin to match, lu plain white, colored
border aud hemstitched, from t J Oo up, according
The week are allppiug by. The demaud I great
for dainty new tliliu that are to be converted
Into gifts by skillful linger. Come early for your
supply of these.
The new r-ofa Pillow Top 7J0
Hlamped 8ofa Pillow Top, with backs &v to jl UO
btamped Lluensof all kluda.
A new stock of Art Hilk.
A new Hue of Art Hllkollues.
New dealgn In Art Oeiilm.
A full Hue of Silk. Carouatluu Cord, Fringe aud
finishing Cord of every description.