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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 1G, 1090.
Medical Experl Testifies Regard
ing Conduct of toe War.
Santa Fe Compiny Buys Terminal
Facilities la San Francisco.
Spata Will Vol Relinquish ths MUlrplae
Iiiaodi libout a Fi(bf.
COLOMAL COTf RRMIRT TO! Til ULARDS.
Waehlngton, Nov. lrt Major I. a flsrde
teetltled before the war .ivHiigting
eomiuieelon today concerning the run
duet of U war f r ru a medical point ol
view. Yellow lever In the hospital at
Blboliey, which we under hi charge In
general way, he eatd wa well c.uidiict
ed. The Riipplle were ample. he in ir
tallty at tbl hopttl did not exceed N
per rent They ha I not beeu adequately
provided with Immune nu wi. However,
fellow (ever wa mill and to be dreaded
Ih than tyi.hold.
In the hieipital f r wounded soldier.
Dr. La Hard mlil that between t:t 0 and
14U wound-d mn had be n treated
There were all operating tabled. More
could have been Deed to advantage. Ut
the wounded thr were abont a dozen
death or lee than one per rent.
Dr. I.tiiirde expressed the opinion
that If the ao'dier had b-en fully
equipped there would have bei lee
atckticsH among them. Much of the
trouble wa due to the fact that th
soldier were compelled to lt on the
gromid with'iut rover.
Col. J. W .iambi, chl-f qi irternin-tct
of the Kiflh Corp, temillil ihe' (ie'ieral
Humphrey hid been In charge of the
embarkation of troop at Tampa and no
order epecifyliig what e la they wer
to occupy were 1-oiifd, In reply try 1 1.
queeUon from finvernur H-'avi r. he aa'd
that the enitmrkttloii h "h tiphiiznrd
atilr decidedly a." II aU' thought
1 1 il tlire a km illl,d.'iiey of pro
Ti..ii)Il.l 'or dHi'iu'urU illou.
epeln Mlhr An.er.r.
Parle, Nov. lil llin Hpanli.li rommls
slouer have preent"d a Img diK'iiruenl
In answer to the Aiuericu argum-nt
autnuitted laat wek. Uy muluil ro i
ft-Mit, th mem iranilnin to il.iy w is hnn!e 1
to the American without being read,
and the meeting adjourned to Saturday.
lh- Kp't i;m!i cjiu uimlcition will he
translated thin evening and the content
dlcm-d by the fulled States cotuml
1 uer to morrow.
That Cnanirjr Hfuiee la peererullr OIe
l tlia llilllpplur..
Madrid, Nov. 10. -The uitnleter of for
elgn aUtrii. Duke Alinnd i do Kioe, re
vived a dUpatcli from the 8onl-h prare
eaoiinlHrtionerx Indicutlnit tlul to ilny'a
Meeting of the tut roui QlM iiis will
not be the la-t. The roinmlaHiouera t
celv.d a Ultlouul Inxtruniioua to defend
bDala'a rlttht to th rhlllpiiiiiee.
The Spaniard In a r mimnnlratlon to
day reauMruied (tie pixition they nail ae
eumed airaiuat th-i dimvieelon here ol
Spain' Philippine sovereignty. They In-
eiet thai the won! "eball determine the
e Hitrol. deposition and Roveriinieiit of
the PhlMrplnea" In the pnaee protocol do
Dot warrant any reference to SpalnV
withdrawal from the Philippine except
on their own term.
fear a Manaat-re.
Wahloi(ton, Nov. 16. K-port have
been received from Genernl :!, In com
mand at Manila, that the province of
Hollo, on the Inland of Panav, which I-
principally occupied by Spaniardx, wax
urrounJul by the InHurireutM and fear-
are entertained that ui- ,ip itnnn popula
tion and garrlon will he uiaaeacred. Tle
ettuation la euch a to h.renirthen the
determination of the a lminlHtratlon not
to reduce i he available fo' re under rout
niHUd of Geu Oti.
The Santa Tw C'inp I'rovlUce tor
Kanulna Iuto Sea Fram-lM-o.
San Kranclfco, Nov. ltl. The ntate har
bor eommiMiioner have granted to the
AtchlHon.Topek it Santa Ke railway the
ellp near the Uuln atreet wharf a a
freight ternill.ai. it ih aeeeriea limi l lie
Hanta Ke company propose to traimfer
freight car on barge tri m a tiTiaii al
at P diit Kli'huinnd. It i underiitiNHl
that the optlnti obtained aoine time auo
bv the valley road on the I hlna Ha-in
rroperty will be ib-.iidoiie.l. The Santa
recompniiv a no c iii"tiipiHiineHUiiii-.n
lug a pnnneiig-r firy e-rvic aero thu
Pt. Paul. Nov. If. -At li e V.. C. T. I'.
C iieiitiou to day Mi. Cuiee bliuonutrd
that tlii would t e toe lu-t natu nal con
reiitlun until eh" could come en I eay
t ' t'f temple hud be.ti tiuld f r I
mitfht be lung, I lit nil" hoped for the t'me
wl en Mm could ri meliH'k She rexliriieil
I ll l hl.'ellt of l! " V omen h I. iii.wia'ice
Publli IJng fthw .rial li n.
tVAl I Al ion or t I II.
foil j I'rlui'loe to ll lai'iielnl lr Npan
Uh Tr.Hjta Nut. 4V.
U tvaiia, Nov. ltl. A Joint eeHMion of
th ii evacuation commlious wu held to
day. Cap'ain lieneral binni-o. in order
to complete the evacuation of Porto
I'rlnclie by November 2 '. ordered four
traiiHporte, capalde of taking on Ixmrd
altout 5,1X10 to leave at once for Neuvitaa.
CaiiUin Cartiiini'll, of Oeneral Lie'a
e(T. and wife, formerly Kvangelina
Cteneri'S, whoee escape from prlon here
canned a great Hfiiiallnn, arrived to day
on the Maeootte.
town, accompanied by a corp of rlvll
englneere. ( rairln eaya that the eyndl
cate which he repreeent ha now full
control of the building of the Inter
ocennlc rnal and that the oil grant ha
ben cane.'lled. Crasdn eald that th
route of the r dial will mt be materla'ly
changed and that capital to omplete the
work ha already been etihrrlbed.
I'lllMI-l'INB IMHl KUKKT4.
Why the Aninrleea Offlrere Wnl.l tt
He'nanlie Tnm at Manila.
L ndon, Nor. 1ft. -general Wealey
M.rrl , I'nlie.l State army, read with
mnrh liit-ret a long letter of complaint
again l the American ;IIic-T.i In the
Phil pplne Island, adlreane l by tha -rMe
Klliplno Junta, at Hong Kong,
to PreauleM icKin!ey and the American
people The American general refer to
th Klliplno a "children." Say It
wonld be tmpoeiihl to etabllh Ameri
can gov mntent over the laland. He
am inai tney intiHi nave a rotoniai
governnieni, etmiiar to in nrmn
eol.'in'al v.-vertimenta. HeffHTiltn ttie
cotup'aluu of the Klliplno th general
ai i; ii w.i uuiensinie w reroguixe n
Itivurgent. I maile It a point not to do
n, a I knew it would lead t
cotnpllcatlorH. Admiral Dewey, after my
nrrival, purmiod the f-ame course I, pur
posely, did not recognize AKtilnaldo or
hi troo:. nor did 1 ue thm In any
way. Agmnnido rll. not ak to ee m
until ton d ty a'ter my arrival. After
hat 1 wa t w nmcTl occupied to eve Mm
Vt e norlirVM.lv il.il n.tt aiv Dim tnsiirirttta
uo'.ice of our attnek on Manila because
we il in not need their CO operation and
.tlif. n,h- limiuw. I,. l.aVu It U'u M
moved by the fear that thy might loot,
plunder and poadbly nia'der."
THK MACKKV U
llitlee Cnrpa FrofoedlDa llf-for Ju :ge
Crampeeker Ihte Afternoon.
This forenoon, Johnston .1 Kiniral, at
oru. y for B. H. Marky end wife, made
ipplicatlon to Ju.lgti Crutupacker for
writs of habeas rorpti. The writ W"ie
mined in each oae and eoniuisnded Slier
iff Miihliell and Varelutl McMlllln to
bring the bxlte of Mr, and Mr. Marks,
into court forthwith. The matter wa
et for hearing at 3 4clock thlaafttr
uoon. M iclte wa liclgeil In the conntv Jail
I et nixlit alter having been iermt'te.1 1
pent me day around t wn In company
eltli Krel. Kornotl Additional ran
I ained alKiut him ma le matter lieik
larkr for Ma 'key and for thl reaou li
aa considered eafettt to leave him no
ch-nei' to eecaie.
Mrs. Slarkey ha not b.en placed uudi r
arreet but ehe ha beeu In charge of a
snrvelllant and It I In the hope of being
relieved of hi company that the liabea
corpus proceeding were brought In her
Vackey doe not appear to be very
tlneh with money Just now and be aays
that he has spent $15,oHI of the money,
which he took with lilin when he left
Ksn-as, In etralglitenliig op matter back
in Ulilo. lie claim the reason that he
(I 'd irom Kansas wag the fear that of
liiwr fri ni Ohio were on hi track. In
Ohio he wa engaged In the Insurance
t'lisliifss. lie hail to leave Kansa in a
hurry an I when he did so he took what
he considered a fair share of the prollts
of the biiHlnnsa without making any for
mal arrangement with hi partner
Thl I the etnry he tell In accounting
for lit action. Ho realize, however.
Hi it he mid a very grave mistake when
he came through Albuquerque on hi
war to Ixaj Angele and when he was
seked why he did o, he replied that
"Kverybody Diakea a fool of himself once
A tel. phone messagu from the court
house, thl afternoon, state that the
writ of h.iheua corpus wa denied by
Their lw-Voar (ieln
B. lng anilous to quit the custom tai
loring business, the K. N. & K Co., of
Chicago, have authorlz.d us to sell their
suite ami ovxreoat at what was formerly
our cost price. This Is chance of a
lifetime. Call and e the line. Hlmou
S eru, the Kttllroad avenue clothier.
New tork, Nov. ID. Money on call,
nonilnully 2a3', per oent Prime mer
cantile paper, M I per cent.
klli-araf ua ranel.
New York, Nov. ltl.-K. K. Cragln, of
Chicago, who engineered Hie purchaae of
the couceeeion for building the Nicara
gua canal In the Interest of the (iracr
ayndlcate, arrived here to day from Grey
No. 113 South Flrat street.
(urohjsi-t Is your satisfaction. Bin
from us If you want the beet for the
le st money, vie Dave uue assortment
of laniM, notions, toys, qtieensware,
granite ware, "servant girl proof" china
ware In Individual piece, sets or com
plete complement. He a friend to your
purse; WHste if yuti will, but don t spend
money with your eye aliut. Try us
ol ce and you will erne again.
Bran new Smith Premier typewriter.
The latest No. i, machine with every Im
provement. Prtco ti. Addreea p o. boi
Kerns, ruhter plants, etc, for house
1VKS, 1HI FI.OKIaT
C!ark, the colon d man, who assaulti'd
Barney Buy le yesterday, had his hearing
l"-foni Justice Lrawiord this afternoon.
Barney brought au Iron crr.wbir lulo
court, with which h ' suid (he colored
man a satilted him. Clark ixisitlvely de
n led thl and said that be hail only used
a wooden spoke on Barney's head after
that K'i:tlriuu had told hliu that he
would puy his bill when he got "good at d
J. W. Newman, millwright at the local
railway Hh"ps, mot with au accident
yesterday while at work, lie was run
ning a piece of timber through the
ahiper, when his left hand slipped and
the sharp knife nipped three lingers on
the hand. It Is feared that the third lin
ger on the hand Is ao badly cut that It
will have to be amputated.
D. K Phillips, the letter carrier, and
Wife are expected home from Chicago to
night Mr. Philllsi wrote Post master
lirunsfeld that e sufferei so much from
rheumatism in Chicago that he waa uu-
aide to perform his duties.
Postal Clerk J. M. McDonald will leave
for I.. si Angeles to morr w night, to
which place he has lsen transferred. ('.
II. Haotsir i, who will succeed lilin at the
poetollice tu thl city, Is expected here
tieit Sunday lilgtil.
YY. C Montfnrt I in charge at 0. A
Vatsoii ,V l o's store during the absence
.f Mr. Matsou In Mexico, where he Is
purchasing a supply of Mexican curios.
We wll our Radr.'ad Wti he. wnh an ;ih-...!i!tr ti u.uioiiee ihev w ill i ;m r.tt!i in.pi-i tiuu.
'I i.t tolli'Mlhg we ir the hi l w.it t.i- hi railroad -h ivu c :
1 7 Jewel Hamilton, $25.00, Heavy Silvcrine Cases.
2I Jwel Elgin, 30.00, M
The VanguarJ 40.00, "
Gruen Precision Watch, 65.00, " u
YOCR MUNKV KKI CKNFl) IK TllgY r.MI. in 'A-,s
35 V E R I T T
UaoUng JewcUr, RAILROAD AVENUE, AJbuqurqu. N. M
Hdquartr. lor DIAMONDS, WATCHES, Etc.
fllll'S FOII TROPICA
Ten Regiments of Regulars to te
Sent to Cuba.
The Wreck of the Maria Tertsa Will
be Abandoned as Worthless.
Twa Altered Hcrro Murderers Arrested
at trft:yTillc, Kiasis.
Krights or tasoa convfutioii.
Washington, Nov. Id An cr ier has
beeu Issued detailing at least ten regi
ment of tli tegular army now stationed
al northwestern forts and pv tstohoid
thetn-elves ready for Inirnnliate trail
iintstion aud service In tropical dim ilee.
1 1 believed a niov,mptit on Cuba I In
tended somewhat etsuier than hit been
generally believed heretofore Anothet
tieltet entertained Is that the I nlied
State government desire to be In
readiness to resume hoetllltle If Spain
refue to accept the term the American
peace commissioner crfsr. In this
eonnectiin an Intimation ha got eh mt
that during the delay which ha i retired.
Spain ha tieen able to form some r rt of
a coalition with Ktirnpean power to
I. k up the pretention she ha been
ni'ik ng In the negotiation. II may be
that eome of the regular regiment are
lestined to replace the volunteer who
have been pleading to be sent home.
Ksiiuin nr LAiioit
Kstlnnal ConenlAn nr lha Or.ler la
elan at Chicago.
Chicago, Nov. ltl. Most of to day' ees-
slnu of the Knight of Labor convention
wa tie voted to repM or committee and
ih.it of lieneral Master Workman Hick
l'h report of the executive committee
"ild: "It seem next to Impassible to
set'irn the passnge by congress of a
proper measure to regulate Immlgrntlon
to our t-hore. The Inll ieiice of the for
s'gu steamship companies appear to be
le'Werftil enough to prevent any ench
eglsl tton. the judiciary with a few
honorable exceptions are merely hire
lings or in lais.r oppressors and legisla
tion I necessary to reconstruct the
courts Injunction, imprisonment, bayo
net and btiliet are awaiting the men
who take any decided stand against their
General Master workman Hicks took
strong ground In opposition to the anti
expansion policy of President Romper,
of the American Federation of Labor.
No part of any territory wher our na
tion' blood was lost and the Hag raised,"
ld Hicks, "should under any pretext be
allowed to go out of our poseeeslnn."
8t Loui. Nov. ltl The state etipreme
court to-day decided that the Julian law
enacted by the legislature of In'.tt, pro
viding for the sale of public franchise
to the blgbeet bidder to be unconstitutional.
THK M A til A TBKKSA.
Wreck ol th SpMl.h Warship lo H.
Washington, Nov. ltl. Although a
formtl orjor to atnjikrn -the Maria Ter
esa ha not yet been eiit to Captain Mc
Calla, the auttiorltle are convinced by
bis report that the veasell l nearly a
worthless hulk, beyond repair and nearly
Incapable of being moved al any expen
diture within reasou. It Is probable
that eome arrangement will be made
with the wreckers to recover from the
hulk anything of value that can be
fetched away before the Teresa la Quality
The Neptnne company, a iiwedtsh con
cern, which has had remarkable success
in Uoatlug the largest typ- of warnhlpa
hen sunken, make a tentative propyl
Hon to wreck the Colon for ealvage to I e
arranged lu advance between Itself and
the department. Kepreseiititlf or the
company have been author'zd to vt -it
the scene of the wreck near nantlago in
order Hint they may secure a basis tor a
frlclnt Will Visit Atlanta.
U'-ol.l.. V..W lit f.u..ai., n.t...:i
ii .nuiiiKiuii, . n.i.i.i iiu.i-ii,
of the war inv.wtlgatto't committee, to
day practically eonil l-Ld ariaugi meiit-
wiin ine presiuent lor viHii ny mm in
Atlanta, Ga., to the peace JuVlee next
no'ii'h The pri-sldeiit will have hire
I lAjwit.hAr I 'I hrri vln mt A 1 1 -lit llMeMln
h r U, remaining until imdiught on the
ir.k l ,1... uuuu,.ih u,
lu.li. 1. Drir.iii. 1..., ... mm - mia
nah be will visit it there.
CASK otr llHI'l.t..
Rallroail tundurtor I lisruml Wit l Hurd.r
autl lu rrlaiu lu Mf-ilco
Watihlligtou, Nov. ill.- At the In.ttitnci
of governor of Arizona U u state de a't
meiit may iiistiuci niuisier utu.ii, ai
thoGltyof Mexico, to ilemau I ihesiir
reiider under extradition procentmij ol
1 ample, the American ralln a l condui'toi
held by the Mexican near Nogalesou tin
cliargetf killing a Mexican in the l iiited
Htatea. If the Mexictiii government con
wiles the justice of this demand, whirl.
Is not doubted, Temple will be tried lu
the l ulled States and once more the
principle of extra territorial JtirlMllctton
Cluiliied by Mexico will have escaped a
Ust issue, although our government Is
on record as having by demand for
Temple's release repudiated that prin
ciple. Negro Murderer Arrested.
CofTeyvllle, Kan., Nov. Hi. Two tough
negr .ee, living In the Indian Territory,
have beeu arrested charged with the
murder of Nathau Uheallleld, a wealth
stockman, whose Isely was found on the
railroad track south of Cotlnyville on
Monday, due of the prisoners has con
fessed. He sava that Sheallleld was mur
dered In a corn crib and bis body hauled
lo the point where found. An old grudge
seem lo have been the motive.
Meeting ol Com nilssluuers.
Pari, Nov. ltl. The meeting to day of
the Spanish-American commissioners be
gan at t.li p. in. aud end d at 3 o'clock
Slightly Ml led,
The "great respectable paper" the
Morning Democrat evidently got the
gender mixed In this article:
A young ludy iiuui'sl Pease, who h i I
spent several week In llu'lup an 1 fail, d
lo improve III health, became de-s)iid-cut
and last week rommltt-sl Huic de l.v
hanging himself. Nothing Is known of
Soul blckles, uer diiZ "C
Sweet pickles, per doit n I ''
Mammoth sours, 'i for
Chow-chow, per pint l'w
White onions, per quart 'ioe
Hi ol H. II I'unell,
R B Pursell, the dalrymau, died at his
home, trOD west Dead avenue, last night
from consumption, aged i)7 yean. 11
hart been st.IT.rln from tt.A dlsas ttir a
C "tiple of year but became very much
worse bis nt inree weexago, tie leave
ire and four children. The funeral
II take t.er at 8 o'clock to-morrow
irniuin Ifnm Ih. .I,Iai,i.a U. v T P
a'tle will conduct th funersl eelvlce
d I'ndi rtaver Strong will have charge
the rtirer&L A lrrithr ttl lhn it aaaamu4
rived a few day ao from Knrt Dodg.
lows, ami is nere to auet.o ine iiiueiai.
New rl,m at Uroeers.
I,oniliido ft P.llalltio I the firm
name of ih eucceeeor ti A. Dmihardu,
the gn ral me-rhatit of north Ihiid
tree!, th new Urm going In'o effect to
day. Sir. l, oi her do's grown btislnee.
bvether with his dntle a public offi
cial, wa found to be ImtKotng t hi oner
on tntle on that popular gentleman,
and h decided to lnfue young blood
mo the puslii's by tnklt g a hi part
ner Horace A. V. Pailadlno, a young man
Ith whom be was tlio-nughlv acquaint
ed, a,' d (.n till ha ent ra in the
ri cerv Inisli e-... l-elog for four yar
witn Air i.oniturd i f 'Tuetir. ai d c m
Ing row from tlre and a h f yea's' em
nlotm-'M with the large merr anttls e
11 ll-hnient of f'harlee I'feh', of I,e Ve
ga. Though he ha Just resetted hie
tmij rltv, Mr. PaMndlno ha lived tor
iweniy yeat la New Mexico, and 1 Well
and favorably known lu Albuquerque
nr. I .oiii nam t I Xnown a one of the
most substantial merchant rf Ihacltv.
and the new firm wilt have host of
friend and a large trade, with every
prcspi ct of Increasing from lb start.
It uhi Vttf Market.
Kansas tv. Not. lfl. Cattle Kevin-
liKVO hed. Market, steady.
lle eteerrL mil .10.4S SR. Teiaa ntMini
43(4 4n; Texas cows, 2 Vr2 WO; na
tive Cows and beifer. (I 5ot4 2f; stock
r and feeder. 3 3-W4 4D; bull, I'lWi
Sheen Kecelpf. 4.tm Market weak
lamb. ai.tX'rjto.iO: mutton. 13 0011
ailver waa 1sm.
New VpTtv Not. ia.-BUwr. ic.
Rrpnhllean Cnnrllilatn lot Delegate Ha
tl.er ,400 Majority la the TerrlMery
Sperlal to 1 he Cllltrn.
Seiila Ke, Nov. ltl All official returns
not yet received. From such as received
and close estimate Perea majority will
be 2,4iiO and a little over.
fl re Couipanlee Meetings.
All the Ore rouioanlea were to have
held their regular monthly meet lns last
night. No. I failed to get a quorum.
No. i nominated the following i Ulcers to
.m voted ou at the December meeting,
foreman. John H. Trimble; tlrst assist
ant foremen. Mike Nash and C. C. Butler;
second assistant foreman. Mike lireen;
secretary, W. C, Montforl; treasurer, Vf.
li. t obb.
No. il adjourned without doing any
b'lstUPH. I he KergmsoQ Hook aud L"d
der company dlscuensit arrangements for
he dauce to le glveu Thauksgivlug eye.
Dr. S. Joseph, with hi two boy, ar
rived In the city the other day, aud h.
courli.ded to locate, occupying room 4
in the new scottle building on eolith
Second stn et. Dr. Joseph was lecturer
on surgery, osteology ai d eyuileenlolngy
u the l ollege or fhysiclana and Sur
geon, of SI. IOiils, and was afterward
lecturer on Kleclro-Therapeutlo at the
Beaumont Hospital Medical college, also
of that city.
Judge J. W. Crumpacker received a
telegram from La Porte, Indlaua. to da?
notifying him that hi father's condition
Is serious and that the end I near. He
will leave for there to-night and hope to
arrive in time to bid bis father a last
fol e well. The elder Mr. Crumpacker Is
74 year old and htm beeu a sufferer foi
Her. K II. Allen and wife entertained
lest ntuht the member of the Vlncetit
Chautauqua Circle. The meeting o eutd
with etiolation from Burn, alter which
Vr. Brown read "Caledonia." on of
Hums' famous poem. Mrs. Allen de
lighted I ho circle by giving interesting
description of Kiiglisti and Kuropean
Sliunn Sunder, who wa mayor of
Tiliildad a few year ago, and Phil Pra
ger, formerly lu business lu this city in
the early h i's, now traveling for a St.
t.i'iiis wholesale house, are ht the Hotel
Highland to dty.
D K. Itugg. M. Ih, registering from
Prnctorsvtlle. Vermont, came In from the
north List night and bsik a ns in at the
Hotel lllghlaud. The d"i tor Is lis king
up a location somewhere Id southern
Alfred and Gi Thslin, two well
known Second street barbers, let the con
tract teeterday for the Immediate build
ing of two flvs room cottage ou North
Noa Ilfeld and wife, who were at Kl
Paso on a visit to the parents of Sirs,
titeld, returned from the south laet
The fisit ball players expect their hew
suits to arrive to morrow or Krlday.
Lobsters, crab, shrimp. ojstrs and
fl-h at the San Juhk Mahkkt.
Picture frame made to order. Whit
Ucited States ill Dot Assume
Ad; Portion of Spain's Debt.
D-mncratfc Outrsje in North Caro
lina to be InTdt'fatcd.
Mayar of St. LouU Vetera a Cffcw Closint
ciofiRo or a taasai iarc.
Wathlnglnn, Nov. lrt Tl,e t'nPed
State diss not pri.piHe to etiter In'o auv
relation wli,t-v.'r with the ho der i f
any ts.nd ts-m d by Spain, tuitwlthsland
Ing Iheeff rls rf eome Kuropean pnwere
to bring thl result al-ont. As to the
(mount wh'ch will l e i ff red Spain on
ate . nut of the Philippine, the ollio ale
here are mum, but It I believed to lie
.omen hire between Jtl.tKHI.IKH) and fit).
onMimh (Mir oninil-v-loner do not hs-k
for the iincoiniKi in , rej-ction of our
offsr, but believe ihce will be an at
tempt oa the part of the Spnl-h com
mlelirent to necnre a llb'l Increase of
the arnnunt named. The AMrlciil dm
mlselocnre are under Instrucilni to In
form th Spaulsh rVimmlsMloticr II. a'
there can be no further delay of the Goal
BoiiclB-.lon of the work of th coaiuiis
loo. en It I expected that a concision
will bo reached before long.
Will InveallgM Iretnaeralle emrsgs.
Washington, Nov. lfl The government
ha decided to Investigate the circum
stance under which Jamee w. Tollsrt,
as-lstant postmaster at Met ormlck. South
Carolina, wa eomislled by ihreai of an
armed mob to abandoned hi cilice and
home. I'nltisl State Attorney I athrnp
ha bean Inetrnced to lisik Into the mat
ter with a view to the prneeculon of any
violation of the federal statute tn this
or any other case growing nut of the
recent race riot In that locality. A a
preliminary step, Tolhcrt emit a telegram
to HnrfDor Kllerb at Columbia, nsklt r
to know whether, a governor of South
Carolina, he can and will afford him pro
tectlon lo returning to bis family anil
cfllce. No answer ha be-n received.
Ft. louie, Nov. 15 Mayor Zelgenhelm
vetoed the curfew bill pawed by city
.nncll on the ground that it a Uemp'K
to abridge the personal liberties of citi
zen. Kansas Hank CloMd.
Washington, Nov. IB. Mr. I'awe.
eom trnller of th currency, has Issued
an tfier closing th Kirst National bank
nf Kmporia, Kansas, and appointed ( has
i. Jones receiver. The bank' last state
meiit, on September 30, hv: Capital
tlt'O.(KX); surplus and profits, $ll)l.Wi;
due depositors, other bank, bankers,
tftl3,uW; circulation, J'J,6tj.
Hanker CommlU Null lUe.
Topeka, Ka , Nor. ttl A sp"dul to the
State Journal from Kinporla, Kansa-',
aaya that Charles B. Crnee, president ol
the failed Klrst national bank, shot him
self at 1 :) thl afternoon.
ri.lM( tlrnln Market.
Chlcagi, Nov. 10 St hsat November.
tj;,1,; December, 116V'' '4.
1 .r 11 -November, HIV'; December
Huts November, 24''e; December,
There will be a reghlar commutilc tlnn
of Temple lodge. No. tl, A. K. end A. SI.
at Mnsonlc hall to morrow evening al
7::t o'cltM'k sharp. Work In the M. M
degree. Visiting brethren Invited b
order of the W M.
C. W. MKW.kU, Secretary.
for Halo t heap
A flue Vose piano (equate)
A gixsl pliHCton, horse and harness
Throe nice horse, t uri.e less and bt g
gies. Slairulfl.eiit Hall safe, both btirgla.
and lire proof.
1 do a general commission, auctlod
and alsitract btisluees, and can save yon
money. Drop me a caid or note and I
will call. Inquire II. S. Kimiht.
Send in your order fur llowert for
it e:a, iiir rLOHlar.
Word tin been received from Kl Pasi
that the toot bill team of that city will
he prepared to t lav Albuquerque a game
between thanksgiving and the Christ
Mr. (7. A. Robertson, D. K. Robertson
Mrs, ll.C. I,el'h ami child, hailing from
Toronto, Canada, are at Sturgi s' Kuro
pean, coming in from the north lust
Mr. aud Mrs. 8. C. Swing, of Kansae
City, are visiting the territorial metropo
l'-s to day. They will leave fur the went
V s EX
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y dzU- o s
JUST RECEIVED !
A Lice c( ny' anil Youth'
Shr.c tint are Extra Strong,
made t j s and the wear
of the Boys,
Slzei yt o $, it. SO a jar.
The Best Shoi Ever Made
at the TU e.
GEO. C. CAINSLEY & CO ,i?Zn..
aaiiKka uiykx rtatri i. attshtioi
Hli m Art 4c
..4. t .
WZ have a Large Stock of OOUU itt-UlNU
' HAND WATCHES, costing; new from
$10.00 to $30.00, all in perfect order and guaranteed
which we arc closing out at from $3.00 to $10.00.
U T7 TVfl yT Chkf Vtch Iruprclor,
ax a a. v---e
Leading Jewelry Houm of th South wt
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A Wirlwind of Reductions !
Every day a Bargain Day. We are g'ad t ahnre a rokI thinj -.vith our castomera
aid wi n' to cell your particular attention to the good thinga tht c are nffe ing thti week
Our store is check fu'l o! att active ness. Everything thit is new and np to da'.e we can
ahow you, and at pricel which will unlock your p kt t!cxk.. All g wd t l;ft ovor fron th !
tire at FIRE SALE PRICES, Don't be in the too late claa.
OUR TRADE WINNER.
I.tidiss' Cors-it-t ill black, whlta and drah, worth
7."io. now j!.'.
Peintlftil a "rtment Dreestioula, worth op to 7"e
I. lilies' Hose lu lil.ick. tsns and fancy. A pair for.2-"r.
Heavy Kllils'd Chll Iren' H m. Worth t5c. now li't'C.
K. ur 1 'Is Sntln KU.b n, worth frorn 15c toDc,
now .He., tic., and to cts. a yanl.
Ladies' l.lnen Collate, slightly soiled, now 5c.
I.'nll a' Linen Cuffs, s'lg' tlr aclled, now Hie.
Men's Hive In blii k aud color 8 pair for 25c.
M-'ti's II' avy Camel' It Ir Fleece linetl I'nJer-
wonr, now Otic.
Mm,' Suspend-, worth up to 3."c, now inc.
Men'. Handkerchl"fH worth up to3rc. now Scant! 10c.
Pax"ny Yarn, fc, Spanish Yarn, inc. (irrmin-
town urn, It hp. ice Wool, sr box, HV,
Lalle' Tailor Mate downs, Newest Style cut
Deaiitiful all wool good, worth flo. Now. .$7.60
Ijullee' Shirt WslsU in O.itlng Kltniel,
U lies' Cloth, and Black Pancy Silk Wa'sU for tesa
DHiuey than you ctti buy th material,
8 our Kin I'ltish Cap, the Finest ever shown
lo New Mexico.
A new line of Silk Skirts aud 8'lk Petticoat, jnt
All the late-t strlee In I.adie,' Neckwear, Don't fail to
have a look at them.
Ladle' Walking Ha' tn alt the New Shape.
ot. Our Ladle' Jacket have arrived. If you
are In ned of a Jacket, ell and etM the prettiest Hoe
for the least money ever 1 tiered.
B. ILFELD & CO., Proprietors.
1 ?k -v. n w ti iii r.: ki m fsi k k mi x xh x; y,; ri x k ?n m xt tii m m ? 5 t us m tn y.i y.
1 'J I nt t. ji j K i,t t ;? i,t y,t lit v,t m J? Kt vt ; at SJ? ? Sj i;f ytt
"J" "f "tJ" a J "t t aV aV4 A4 aV4 "J "J" J" "J ll w 3
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.
Hoy's Overcoats and Blue Chinchilla Reefers $2.50 to $5.00.
Wo Huy in Caso Lots and Can Discount
all Competitor's Prices.
E. L. WASH BURN & CO.
All Pattern 10 and 15c
201 Railroad Avenne, Albuquerque, N. 21
Day at Rewired.
Ooat Zalcclited Otoro xx ttxo Ofty."
....November Space Making Sale is Now On....
Our Chiiattnas (iooda are: bt-inuirg to crowd ua for room. We are K'n(? to tae time by the
ftutlock and aell f. ooda ao low ns to tempt erorom cal buyers
and justify our motto:
"Always h Pest Yaliies at the Lowest Pr'ces.
TO HELP US MAKE K00M...
M WAISTS AND SKIRTS...
VY will sive thl WKKK O.NLT a 10 per rent
retluctli n t n all ltreei liood, hilk, Trimuiing,
Kt '., bought of uu
RLACK DRESS (iOOI)S...
Sciiib new arrivxl lu thl department.
M Inch Umirrd Mohair )
Jt Inch h 11 a lUh ( a. Inner e Choice, per yard... ..We
UH-lneti Hehhle riiiittnit )
lis Inch floured ilillliaiitlliee. . . . )
Hi Inch Novelty Jacgtiard Choice, per yard. . 4&c
:H lin-li Novelty Huiiliiir
44-luch (lirurml Hrlllianline.
60 inch French berg
60 Inch flay Diaxoual
fi Inch Novelty Krench Herge
All color aud hlack.
A full line of gnU medal
effect for Tailor Made
only one pattern to a etvle,
Our fl'ii"i pattern redticed to.,,
Our 17 CO pattern rettuced to..
Our i'J'l.uO putteru reduced to.,
Ketfiilar 7o0 frood'i,
choice, per yard. , . Me
noveltie, In all the new
Hull, Novelty Crepous,
.$ 8 no
. 15 00
. 17 60
U THAXKSOIVIXG LINENS...
pj Additional set will be (riven to the Thanktrlvlod
r .I mal hy havltiK your tuhU eiftilpped wlthHoiueot
L''J our Htmwy linen. (See window display aud uote
fiiJJ the price.)
A new line of Hi Ike Waiet, tn plain satin and
duclirx and plalde; color, greeu, red aud new hi tie.
Made III lie went atyle.only ft 50
HUck Hut ltl llufhe.- Halxt. only 0 60
Hilk 1'etllcoat, In all c-.lore aud Mack, n,,i.tK vi
made of chaiiK-Al'l and plain taff. ta ) ' ' ' uul- ,0 "
A full line of Kur-i, in Nutria Bear, Coney,
Aitrachan, imitation Mink, Krumer Angora,
Thlliet and Iiiiitut on Krmliie.
Upward from 158 per yard
THANKSGIVING LINENS Mmi
f4 inch Meached Tahle Linen at 2".e
M Inch lileached Tahle Llueu at Boo
72-iuch bleached Tahle l.lnen at Boo
1'iibleached Tahle Linen, all width and all
pritv. We guarantee to eel I you the best 7J Inch
6"C Table Lluen In town for lov.
ltio dozen to make a selection from.
Krluged Nuiikius, eol'ired, per dozen , 2fe
fringed Nupkln, all white, per dozen tsoe
Kive elghu izi Napkin, all linen, per doz. up from 76e
Three-quarters slzt Kupklus, ail liueu, per duzen.
from $ ot)
Seven-eight eize NupkliiH, all liueu, per dozen, up
from 1 25
Hemmed end lluck, I7z33 Inches, ouly iSo
Krluged end lluck, IHxatl Inche, ouly 17o
iiemtitched end lluck, lUzM Inchee, only w
And the beet onlore.1 border Uamaek Towel,
open worked euile aud kuott fringed 25e
TAHLE LINEN SETS...
With napkins to match, in plain white, colored
border aud ueuwttlched, from $J.5U up, according
The weekri are Nllppliig by. The demand Is great
for dainty uew thing- that are to be converted
Into gift by nklllf ul lingers. Come early for your
suiipiy of tlieee.
The new eofa I'll low Top ifo
Stamped Bofu I'lllow Tope, with back 6'w to f I UU
Utamped l.lnen ut all klud.
A new Htock of Art Hllk.
A new Hue of Art Hilkollues.
New deeigu in Art leulm.
A full Hue of rtllk. Carouatlon Cord. Krl'ige aud
ViiilHhlim Cord of everv deecrtntioii.
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