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The Albuquerque Daily Citizen job rnisTiso HOOK BINDING la all kt aumtrous ai 4hrem branch neatly 4mm at branch catty 4om J Tan oxrrzsBxntj'. VOLUME 12. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 7, 1898. NUMBER 65. Bitter Fight Over the Pending Senatorial Election. Stoator Hanoi's Friends Patting In Hard Work for Him. Fnmcroai FrcsMcstlal Appointment Stnt to tne Senate. (LIGHT rami r;.ORIDi. Colnnilme, 0- Jrni. 6. The eeustorlsl content broke more bitter today than ever. Alter the sensational developments of laet ulglit In eouuecllon with the re pented rhangna of Representative Grlf 11 ill and other doubtful uiwniliers, skir mishing proceeded m n clandestinely on both l V. No claims o( change were made 0.1 either aide. It wai the purpose of the malingers In not holding any cau cus to be able to keep their own eecrt till the balloting begin, a week hence. It Id believed Unit secret comparts are being made tint will not become known Diitll the vote ot members are recorded. The situation la the enme m after the or ganisation of the legislature on Monday. All t in we who changed prefereucei yes terday were brought back during the night to their origin il placee. There waa much comment to-day on the departure ot Congressman (irosvenor for Washington, after ex-Secretary Ryau and other, who have recently been here In the Interest of Senator llanna. The Hun no men Insisted that there would be no legatee while the opposition Instated that they had llanna bent now and would defeat Secretary Sherman, AiHtant Sec retury I lay, or any other friend that the national administration brought out In place of llanna. The feature of the day win the paxeagn In the house by unaulmou vote of a bill repealing the law for fitly years' fran chisee to street railways. Thl repealing bill wa Introduced by Representative Hrailley, ot Cleveland, one of the re publican opposing lianua. Mr. Roxwell charged Bradley with using thl hill for defense and buncombe. It waa freely charged by mi uiber that Senator Uatiua wa at the state house two year ago, a well a Senator Koraker, lobbying for firty-year etreet railway franchise law. In the aenate there were no new devel opment, Burke continuing to co-operate with the democrat. It la announced that Senator Burke, the only dleeenliiig republican senator, 1 rili-sat leflcd with the ai nate organisa tion ami will vote for re-organ I mt Ion. lioth boiiMfl adjourned till Monduy. ItKW 1IIKK I.KGIMLATl'BK. Ullf. ftlaclt Makea Many Raconiiiiaiula- llun. In HI. Anpllal Me-aaaaje. Albany, N. Y., Jan. B In bis message to the legislature to dny, Governor Black recommends that a commission be cre ated to examine Into the commerce of New York, the cause of It decline, mean for it revival, aud report conclusions, iu dealing wl'.h the labor problem, the governor made these suggestions: "First that Immigration be checked; second that a fair rate ot wage be paid to labor er; third that In opposing strikes by armed men a method should be adopted which would not at tlrst discharge a fire arm and produce fatal tragedies such as caused a recent event to be universally deplored." The legislature organized to day. The aenate with a membership of fifty ha a republican mnjorlty of twenty; the as sembly with loO names on the roll. Is re publican by eight. The republican can cus nominee were elected without any unusual Incident. The speaker ot the assembly 1 J. M. K O'liiady, who preelded durlug the ses sion ot 1W7. sett, at Malta; Kilmond Z. Brodowskt, Illinois, now consul at H'eslau, Germany, at Kurtli, R.tvaria; Charles W. Krdman, Kentucky, now consul at Kuril) Bavaria, at Breslau, Oertuany. Leander P. Mitchell, Indiana, as-l-iunt comptroller of the treasury. renston agents Chat ln A. Orr, Buf falo; Jonatliaii Merrlam at Chicago; Sydney I,. VMII-u.u at vaslilngtou. Krank A. Morris, surveyor general. Sonth Dakota; Arthur L. Tho naa, post master, Salt Lake City, I'tah. Chli-anu Uuhl t artorj. Chicago, Jau. 5. The report that Chicago gold factory 1 closed down is emphatically denied by Manager ft rice According to his statement, the factory Is now tending to New York 8,0(0 pounds of bulllnu every day. A the year con tra'thH beeu uiilewith aN'nf York firm to smelt the metal, a It wa foui.d lmpiacticaiile to do eo at the work at llaity liliiUi streei, lliiruetl. Ottawa, Out., Jau. 6. The east wing of the Ottawa university, Catholic, burn d to-day. Loss. f.lOlM il. rut sii km tin. . rrois r h kn is. 111; (.tl.t or t'unailla mill (Hilar r.ilrral Otttriula. W ohlngton, Jan. C The president to il. y sent the following nominatloiiH to the senate; Krancl C Lowell, I'uited State district J'iUe, Massachusetts; Kdgar M Kteine, marshal, district of Kansas; tieorge L. Slebrlout, marshal western Texas; Owen L. W. Smith, North Carolina, minister, resident and consul general to l.itwrta; James C. Stowe, Mis souri, consul general at Cape Town; Her bert 8. Squires, New York, secretary lega tion at l'eklu, China. Consul Adolph L. Krankenthal, Mis sissippi, at Berne; .Veal McMllliu, Mlchl- van. at Port Saruia, Ontario; James Mayer. Ohio, at Hoearto, Argentine lie nubile: Jnhu 11. (irout, Jr ; Massachu- Hwly round. Abiiry, Neh., Jan. 5. The body of Wil liam Baker, supposed to have been the murderer of Farmer George Baker and wife, who were shot yesterday by an un known assassin, ha been found. Blood bound were put on the trail and about four mile from the scene ot the murder, Bak r's laxly wa found, the top of hi head having been blown off by the same gunshot used in the murder. Tha Pr.. In Flnrlila. Washington. Jan. 5. -Reports received from the weather bureau otllcials In Klor hU indicate that the freeze on Jaunary 2 and 3, while doing considerable dam age, did not approach In severity or de- tructivene the freeze In the winters ot 1SVU and 1W5. Chlrago HKxia Malktt. Chicago, Jan. 6. Cattle Receipt, 10,0(11); steady to 10 cent lower. Beeve, S3.8CM5.35; cow and heifer. I2.UM4 B; stwkers and feeler, (3 SKJ 4.2.); Texas steer. 3.2oi4 30. Sheep Receipt, 13,000; beet grades steady, others M 10 cent lower. Native sheep, JiVI Vt l.Td; western, t:Ui0M.4); lambs. $4 OUgSm Maatmlfl. There will he a regular communication of Temple Lodge No. tl A. K. & A. M., at Utsoulc hall to-morrow evening, at 7:30 o'clock sharp. Visiting brethren In vited. By order of the W. M. C. W. Mkdlkr, Sec. HK.Mlf lAH. KHAKT AKHKN1 fcl. Iiid.nrd fur Peijury bj the Ornud Jurj or Ssn t fo County. Sherriff Harry Kinsell, of Santa Ke county, arrived from the north lost night wuli a warrant or the arrest ot Henry Lockhart, who wa indicted by the grand Jury of that county for perjury. hlieriu MiiMieii received a telegram from sheriff Kinsell and had Lockhart under arrest when (he sheriff arrived. I he fact In the matter are about a follows: The case ot Henry Lockhart vs. J. (j. W ill et aU Involving the W alding ton mine tu the Cochltl mining district, was appealed ty the planum to the su preme court. W hen the day net for the hearing ot the case arrived It wa found that Lockhart hud fulled to get the re cord tiled In the time required by the rules of the supreme court aud he made an affidavit tj show the reason why he nan so i mien. In this affidavit Lockhart act forth that he received from the clerk ot the supreme court the transcript of record in the ease aud delivered the same to K. U. Hlles, a lob printer, about July 5, who promised that he would have the same printed on or before July 24, Lockhart informing him ttiat the fame must le Hied In the supreme court Julv 2)1. Sev eral day thereafter he wa Informed by lllis that lie could not complete the same In time bv reason ot the quantity of matter In said tran-enpt. The atlltut then delivered the same to the manager of the Democrat 1 rlntlng and I'ubueh- Ing company, who contracted to corn nlete the Maine on or before July 24. On the evening of July 2H the atliant learned for the first time that the priuting ot the transcript hail neen delayed. I pun the strength of this affidavit the case wa then docketed end the trial pro ceeded with, the decision of the lower court being reversed. Die attorney tor win men caned on Hliss, who denied the truth ot Lockhart's utliduvlt and made a counter affidavit setting forth that the record hail not been delivered to him until July IS, at alsiut noou. lie examined the same and concluded that with hi faeilitle he could not print II by July 2d, and re turned the record at about 8 o'clm-k the next morning to Warren, Kergusson & (iillet, the attorney for Mr. Lockhart. On the strength ( f Bliss j evidence, the grand jury brought In an indictment against lockhurt for perjury. Immediately after being arrested last night, Mr. Lockhart furnished bond in the sum ot $"iMi, hi sureties being Junto It. Armijo and Cha. K. Myers. L. 11. Strauss, the wool buyer for Kise maun Brow., the big wool merchants, and wis neiiwig Jatla. ot Kalon, are en gaged ti lie married, the day of the happy event to be announced later. Mis Jaffa is a niece of II. N. Jaff. and ha been hereon a visit for several weeks. Her home 1 at Raton, where her sister re side. In advance, this paper extends congratulations to the prospective tuur- rled couple. Ltur. on A rc'liu!jf y. I have prepared a second lecture on primitive man on the American conti nehl, end have been fortunate in secur ing many new evidence, 1 propose to deliver this lecture on the 2'i lust., at the Methistist college hall on Lead avenue and hoi to interest all who care to know anything ulsml American antiq ii it y and especially the early tralu of human lire m .New Mexico. A. M. Swan WASHINGTON NEWS ! Congress Convened and Both Honses at Work. Hawaiian Treaty to Be Called Dp Next Monday. Senator Teller Want tbt Government Bonds raid In Silver Dollars. LIITII'S BIO WIBAT MAI. Washington, Jan. 5. There waa not a very large attendance In the house of repres ntatlve to-day, and with one or two exceptions the member of the Ohio delegation, both democrat and republi can, were absent. The house went Into committee of the whole to resume Consid eration ot the legislative, executive and Judicial appropriation bill. All the fea ture of the bill had been disposed ot ex cept the appropriation for the civil service commission, npon which, by pre vious arrangement, there wa to be no general debate. It was proposed that Moody, republi can (Mas.) and Dockery, democrat, (Mo.) control the time for and against. Hep burn, republican, (Iowa) suggested that It wa a three cornered contest. "The democrat," said he, "desire the entire repeal of the law. Borne ot those on this side desire that It stand as It la, while a large body of u desire a wholesome mod ification ot it provisions." "Why doe the gentleman aver that all the democrat on thl aide of the house desire the entire repeal ot the law?" In quired Clark, democrat, (Mo.) "Simply because that would be wrong, nd your side I always wrong," retorted Hepburn amid great laughter. All suggestions a to control of time fulled at last and the chair recognized Grow, republican, (Fa.,) who spoke twen ty minutes In support of the general principle ot civil service law. Moody, Mass,) made an elaborate defense of the civil service system. Dockery, democrat, Missouri, opened the opposition to the civil service law In the house. He made a warm speech In which he declared the law odious to the American people and should be repealed. HKNATK There wa only a small attendance at the senate to-day. Allen, ot Nebraska, spoke on the Immigration bill and de clared In favor ot consular Inspection of Immigrant. Carter, ot Montana, called np the bill to provide tor taking the next census and argued against making appointments through the elvll service commission, saying It was a preliminary measure and provided only for thirty-two place. Cockrell, of Missouri, replied, declar ing that the republican party wa back ing squarely down from It fDsltlon on the civil service question. A report by Secretary Sherman on civil service was read. Cockrell said It wa a remarkable dis-ument, being a re quest on congress for legislative action which wa In the power of hi chief by executive order. Teller declared that the cenru bureau should not be a partisan Institution, but under the classified service. He asserted that In the last cenau the silver produc tion had been fraudently overstated by ( I O.IK 11,(11 10. At 3:10 the senate weut into executive session. At 3:10 the civil service debate was still in progress with I.audls, republican. (Iiul.), speaking In favor of a modifica tion of the law. Hi stricture on the self styled ."better element" were severe. They were, he said, narrow, b'tr tcJ, sel-ti-ili, dangerous. Pearson, rep., (. C ), attacked the law and said a hill for It repeal would be brought In by a majority of the civil ser vice committee. Olli.r Will l lu.v. We. the undersigned retail grocer and fish mongers, do airree to close our placee or business from Monday, January in. 10 April 1. I,, at u clock, except Satur day and pay. days: Signed Jaffa (irocery Company, V. K. Trotter. II. weiller Co., A. J. Lamb. Kd. Climthler, K. Ii. 1'ralt Co., Smith Hnw , K 1 1 1 1 1 Severln, A. J. Maloy, Jacob Klaiu ing, J. A. Skinner, Win. Kieke. The low line ditch engineer will start to make the survey on next Friday. I'se pasteurized milk and cream If you have lung trouble. 1)1 KKANT Ml ST II A NO. !.( Ilaw of the Frlaon.r D.olfsl lijr th Cuurt. San Francisco, Jau. 6 In the Co I ted State circuit court to-day, Judge Mor row and l'e Ravan denied application for writ ot habeas corpus f r liurrant and refused to grant Durrani's attorney leave to appeal from thl decision. rules ail present plan are changed and Governor Budd grunt stay ot pro ceedlngs, W. H. Theodore Durrant will hung In the prison yard of Sun Queotln at 10:30 o'clock. Friday morning. The carpenter begun the work of erecting a gallows at 7 o'clock tills morulng. The prison contractor was assisted by a num ber of convicts. The driving of the nails In the scaffold can be distinctly heard lu the cell ot the condemned man but his anguish is apparently too great to notice it. Lost nlK-iit the death watch was more alert than at any time during Our rant s confinement. f.K.W A N V WIN. ....Leading Jeweler.... WATCH INSPECTOR SANTA PE RAILWAY ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware. I 130,000,00!) that will eventually own and coutrol over 80,000,000 bushel ot eaeh wheat tor better prlct. It thl be true refusal to sell cash wheat to-day would Indicate that they propose to hold what wheat they have aud Increase the holding very largely, or enough to dis courage to a great extent short selling a a bulnees. SllT.r HoMlalloa. Washington, Jan. 5. Senator Teller Introduced a concurrent resolution de claring that the bond ot the l otted States, principal and Interest, should at the option ot the government be paid In standard silver dollar, and that such payment la not lu violation of public faltb or In derogation of public credit The resolution wa referred to the finance committee. Kuw I'ltf atooa autM, Kansas City, Jan. 4. Cattle receipts, 6,000. Market strong. Texas steers, 3 304.40; Texas cow, 'J.KV3.4(); native etoer, t3 0(Ki5.SO; uatlve cow and heifer, fl.bO($4.S0 ttocker and feeder, l:i.4(K44.40; bull, SloOysl (jo. Sheep Receipt, 2,000; market strong. Lambs, 3.76j5 fi;6 mutton, t2.7Ekj4.60. Moncjr Marft.u New York, Jan. 6. Money on rail, nominally 3'v. 4 per cent. lrlm mer cantile paper. A(il. silvor nad Lead, New York. Jan. 6 Silver, 6rtst o. i3.ti. Copper, loa. MKNRV OIF.OUI.ltT MKtllON. A N.i. U.n.rmI foreman of the Loeal Sliop. Aa Onlfw Aboll.h.r. For the past two or three days, rnmor and counter rumor, have been In circu lation that big change, dismissals and reifirnatioiM, would Uka nlace at the lo cal shop of the Santa Ke Pacific, but 1HK Citi.kn wa requested to keen quiet until official notice wer Issued. The following notice, a very Important oil, wa posted yesterday at the hops. in effect to-day, Jan. 5: 'Mr. Jacob Schilling ha tl l day been appointed general foreman ot the loco motive ami car department, vloe Heury Ulegoldt, resigned. Mr. Glegoldt ha held the position of general foreman at the local shop since l SAi, and, beside being a worthy em ploye, 1 very popular among the people of the city. He stated this morulng that he aud family would remain In the city tor a short time, until they knew defi nitely where they would locate In tne future. the new general foreman, Jacob Schil ling, arrived In this city about a mouth ago and wo employed In a minor posi tion at the lis-al shop. II wa tor eight year, however, general foreman ot the Maltash railway shop at Springfield. III.. and wa then nnder C. F. bane, the latter now boldiug the position of superinteu- lent of motive power of the Southern California railway at San Beruardiuo, Cal. On Monday, Jan. 8, an order wa Issued alKillshlug the office of assistant foreman of the car department of the liwul shops of the Santa Fe Pacific. R. P. Vol was the efficient assistant foreman. , . . IT 14 NOW MI HUKH, Pablo Munlano ifaad and Lola Apolnt M.ld for th. Crlnw. Tint Citizcn ha already mentioned the death ot Pablo (not Pedro) Moutauo at the railway hot-pltal aud the turning over of hi body to t nderUker Strong for ouriui. Montano death wo the direct result ot a brutal assault made upon him by Luis Apoduca, uear Holhrook, a short time ago. Apoduca wa arrested by Sher iff Viattron, and I now In jail at Holhrook, the charge of aasault being changed to that of murder. Montano, who wo a sheep herder, beside being knocked over the head by AtMslac. was roblied, so It Is claimed, of 30 in money. I he murderer 1 well-kuuwu lu old Al- hmiuerque, and a short time ago resided 111 Los Liuraiie. Ipnly Clark or Cuurt. Judge J. W. Crumpacker and Clerk of Court Harry Owen returned t J the city IhU night utter au absence ot two weeks ou their Christina vacation, the former at La I'orte, lad., aud the la t -t at Chi cago. They were accompanied by Nes Crosby and wife, of Valparaiso, lud. Mr. i n shy lias accepted the poeitiou or de puty clerk of court under Clerk Owen. who returned slightly indisposed alter lue long trip aud did not get down to the court house to-day. Ir. Ilalliiiau U.ra. Lir. William N llailmun, of Washing ton, 1). ('.. superintendent of the Indian school In the Lulled States, arrived lu thl city from the east last night and to day 1 lusiMvliug the government Indian school In thl city. lir. Hailiuau enjoys au international reputation as an educa tor, and altliouiin appointed liy a nemo eratlc adiniiiistrratiou to his present po sition, he has tilled It with such eminent ability that It Is not believed be will be removed or any change made. lir. Hall- man was formerly a resident of La I'orte, lud , and a friend of Judge Crumpacker. The two friend Were on the same car and naturally enjoyed a pleasant visit. To the l.aille. Owtrg to my Illness I will he unable to fill all order in millinery, b .fore leaving the city on my vacation, and lu conse quence uiv store will be left In charge of two eouiHtelit young ladle, Misses Clil Ic.lou and llcmpsey, who will till all order and wait on customers. Mk.s M. Mc Ckkii.ht. 312 West Railroad Avenue. 11AW1IIAN TREATY ! The Senate Soon to Ratify the Document. Russia Orders Rifles and Ammuni tion at Remlncton Works. ratKDrer Trata Held C ana Kobeta Rear Kaaiat City. TiasiLs or tu iatt. Washington. Jan. 6. The ontlook for the ratification ot the Hawaiian annexa tion treaty I now considered bright. Friend ot the measure believe that they can secure tor It sixty-two vote three more than are needed. The feeling I very strong that unless th L'nlted Stale take In Hawaii, the island are likely to cause trouble lu the future, when one or omre Kuroraan nation will attempt to acquire them or give them to Japan a compensation for their grab In China. trah af tha Maty, Washington. Jan. 6. The present strength of the United State navy I officially stated at 140 yeesela of all kind, Including nine flrst-clas battle ships, two armored cruiser, ail douhle turreted monitor, thirteen lngle-tur-reted monltjm, thirteen unprotected cruiser and ten gunboat. Il la gratify ing io learn that the number or steel tor pedo boat baa been lucreased to twenty two. RORHtll A TRAIN. Paaaaacar Trala Id Kaaaaa City Held l aad Hobbad. Kansa City, Jan. 6. A train on the Kansas City, Pittsburg A (iult railway wa held np last night within the city limits. The Wells Fargo express mes senger, M. K. Hayden, who wa bound and covered by one robber while the other r'lled the local safe, sent the com pany a message this morning to the effect that the rohtwr took nothing of value. U.-al official of the express and railway companies assert mat only a rew pack' age or jewelry or no particular value and no mousy were secured. The robbers"! are described a being ahont 39 year old aud clean shaven. They apparently made gissl tbelr escape. Kaala Orrtara Anna. New Haven. Conn- Jan. &. An order for KM X) of the latent pattern In mili tary rifles and fi.ooo.dio round of am munition, ha been placed with the Win chester Arm company through It San r rancinco niucw. i ney are to be runnel at the earliest possible moment. The or der come from the Russian government Hawallaa T rant jr. Washington. Jan. 5. Senator Davis. chairman of the senate committee on for eign relations, gave notice In the aenate i-iy mat lie would eall np the Ha waiian annexation treaty In executive seeslon on Monday next, and ask the aen ate to consider It on each day thereafter until the treaty I disposed of. tiovaraaair lawn. De Moines. Iowa. Jan. 6 Governor- elect L. M. Shaw aud bl family have ar rived In De Mollis to-day. It I their I mal removal from Deuirm to De I. nes. Mr. Shaw exnect Id remain I. . most of the time before the Inaugu ration, which will take place Jan. 18. He ha rente 1 a One residence In Pleasant ( reel, one of the moat fashionable sec tions of the city. Hallruad Colll.lon. Kansa City, Jan. 6. At Hock Island Junction, Ka, thl morning, a west b unit I'nlnn Pacific work train and an r H bound K' Sk Island stick train col lided head on. The engineer and fire men were Injured, but not seriously. The collision 1 attributed t) a dens fog. The Injured are: Peter Kelsacker. Albert Uwls, W. J. Trent and Frederick Fletcher, all of Kansa City. Ka. Angry Hulllrana. Murysvllle, Ohio, Jan. 6. People here are wild, and threat or violence are made against Representative Urllllth. two Kurtz men from Columbua while here narrowly escaped violence at the hand of the angry republican. A mas meeting of (irifflth's constituent ha been called for to night. Mail Order" Given Careful Attention and Promptly Filled THE I ST Agent, for Butter Ick'a Patterns and Dr. . Jaetrer's Underwear. Bargains Extraordinary ! To close out all of the odds and enda that have accumulated in the various departments during the big Ho'iday Rush, we shall make sweeping reductions on all remnants, broken lota, odds aud ends, etc., regardless of cost. V ou may find just what you want in these odd lots. If you should, remember that one dollar will do the work of two. We will mention a few of the many good thinga for this week. These prices speak for themselves. Ileinnant. Remnants of Silks, Remnants of Wool Dress Goods, Remnants of Ging hams, Remnants of Flannels, Remnants of Staple Cotton Goods, in different lengths up to a full dress pattern, Black and Colors, will be placed on tables and marked one-half actual value. Toweln. Underwear. Odda and ends of Underwear tor Men, Women and Children, at one-half actual value. One lot Men's Natural Wool Un derwear, worth 75c, at 39c One lot Men's Extra Fine Woolen Underwear in odd sizes, worth $i as, at 60o One lot Children's Underwear, worth up to 50c, at 25c Odda and ends and broken lots of fine Damssk and Huck Towels, White and Fancy Bordered, Hemstitched and Knotted Fringe. Lot 1, worth 15c at Oo Lot a, worth up to a 5c at 15c Lot 3, worth up to 35c, at I He Other Towela al 25c, 30c and 45c, worth up to 75c each. Ladles' Walnta. Three lots of Outing Flannel Waists of good material and well made. To close them out we will make the following special prices: Lot 1, worth 40c, at , 200 Lots, worth 75c, at AOe Lot 3, worth $1, at 75c SHE WINDOW DISPLAY. Lad leu Wraps). One lot of broken aizes of Capes and Jackets at from t$ to 50 per cent less than actual value. SEE WINDOW. A special reduction of 10 per cent on every Cape or Jacket in the house. Furs. To close out all of our Fur Boas, Muffs, and Sets, we have marked them one half New York cost $4.50 to $7.50 Fur Boas, at $2.25 and $2.50 $4.50 to $7.50 Fur Muffs, at ... . $2 and $2.25 $13 Fur Boas, at f 1.00 $a to $1.50 Children's Fur sets, at 75o and $1.00 3HLIFnIESILain Netloaal Hank Kaamlner. Washington, Jan. 5. Controller Pawe lias appointed William C.Oakley, Chica go, national bank examiner to succeed Joseph T. Tallwrt, reelgned. Hatl.'Mturlly aatllad. lVkin. Jan. B.-The Klao Chou diffi culty was settled yesterday at a confer nee and the Chinese forelgu office made (he uewesary concession. Chlraca Wrala Market. Chicago, Jan. 6. Wheat January h'.i; May,8(JHe. Corn January, Zn'o; May, ili',0. Oats January, 21; May, t'se Professor Field's worm powder, a single trial prove their worth. Lcg-al NullM. uit Will aud 'IVNtuinent of Austria J. Dsa- comb. ilt-ctMNrd. To Cliurle. Henry l;uwnmt, Kiecutor and Ot'Vi.re, and Itratrltr lHHCinnb, Legatee, ami to sll whom tt imiy rourtrn : You are lirn-hy notillt'il that the allrgt-d I" will sll tewtiiuient of Auitna J. Oiiarumb, lata ot the rounty of OiTiialillo and territory ot Xvw Mi'iiui, ilt-rrHHt'd, ha. hi-rn pnsluceil put) ri-ud in thf nrohalr court of the county of H.-riiulillii. tcrntoi y ol Nrw Mrnco, on th. nth ilav of J.iii'iurv. INiis, anil the day of the orov ' tK of Hui.t sll-Md U.t will anil It-.umrnt wa. Lvoril'-rof tht Mulue of said court thfrrupon hint for Monday, the 7th flay of Frhruury, A I) Ihiis. trrm of asld court, at lUocloia in th. fi irrmiofi of .ant 1mv (jiveu under my hand aud the aral of aald court, thl. btu uay 01 January, s (irl.l U.I nun. J. C. Hai iMII);. Probata Clerk. That Country Take a l-aaaa on a Mile or Hi lua. Berlin, Jan. B. The Kelchsanzelger this evening announces that according to a telegram from I'ekiu, an understand ing has been reached between Germany aud China regarding the cesalou ot Klao Chau Kay to the former. The arrange went la substantially as follows: It la Intended by the cession to render It posal ble for (leriiiauy to secure the fulllllmeut of her Just wish for possession, in the same way as other powers, ot a dose of trade and navigation In Chinese waters. The cession of Kioo-Chau Uay to Germany take the form ot a lease for an Indefi nite time. Germany Is at liberty to erect ou the ceded territory all the necessary build ings and establishment and take meas ures required for their protection. Th. HI Wh.al l.al. Chicago, Jau. 6. Private advice from the east indicate that behind the Letters 'Happy New Year" Ieivrvja-. -' ".T MMi naitaa l';-'T.ai WE WELCOME '98. HERE'S TO ITjo May the New Year witness the great est shoe selling; ever seen in this house may we do better by you and may you do as good by us t may the shoes of '97 see you safely into '93, and may they lead you to come to us for the next pair needed. We are not saying; much about selling at cost, but we are selling the shoes. E. L. WASHBURN &. CO. Clothing: For Men and Boys. Our clothing is mado by tho best tailoring houses in America. Per fect tit and serviceable. Prices tho lowest for good clothing in our city. Railroad Avenue, - Albuquerque THE ECONOMIST'S AGENTS KOR McCall Bazaar Patterns. AU Patterns 10c and ISe NONErilG.Tdl 204 Railroad Avenue. Albuquerque). N. M. THE BEST LIGHTED NTOltE IN THE CITY. ORDERS Filled Same Received. We Take Inventory Next Week I And in order to reduce our stock to the lowest possible limit, we will sell Dry Goods of all kinds without profit. Now here is an opportunity to lay in a year's supply. Ladies' Wrappers. Made of Fine Quali ty Flannelette. Made like cut, daik colors only, full sweep and waist lined. Only 1)1)0 Each. GEO. C. GAINSLE Y & CO., Reliable Shoe Dealers. DreH aool. Lad its' doth, So inch wide, all wool. Reg ular 50c goods, to close out, only l)c. English Ladies' Cloth, 54 inch wide, all wool and all colors and black. Regular 65c goods, only lt)c. All Wool French Weave Fancy Serges Colors, black, navy, brown, green and plum, reduced to 7 ."5 c. All other Dress Goods reduced in proportion. KeiiinantH, Keiuiiitnts. During the big rush of last week we have accumulated a big lot of remnants of Dress Goods of all kinds, which we have placed on a Remnant Counter at one-half regular prices. Tnderwear. By an error the manufacturer shipped us one case Ladies' Underwear 60 days later than he should have done. They were bought to sell for 35c, but on account of mis-shipmeot take them for 2'Zo each. See window display. Gents' Underwear. See window display. One case of men's ribbed grey fleeced underwear, bought to se(l at 65c each, but on account of late shipment, take 'em for 41)0 each. Gents Wool Overshlrtu. See window display. A manufacturers' sample line of men's fine wool overshirts, worth up to $3 each take your pick of any in the lot for only D5c. Men's Slippers. Broken sizes of men's house slippers, all sizes, from 6 to 10, goods among the lot worth up to $2.50 take your pick for only 75c. Men's Neckweur. All our fine Tecks and Puffs, which sold up to 90c each take your pick for only 50 each. MLSSi;i) AND BOILED HANDKERCHIEFS. Over s tlioiiHHinl will'xl, niiiwl, orumplttd ami dunty hamlkoruhlnf. fnllMtei from the Holiday Ilainlkwtitef shows from tli wluiluwtt, utile Utiles, store shows slid shelves The odds aud rude of our Holiday Handkerchief selling thrown Into two lots, plprdwl be sod 9c. . , ... . . M ... . Wown's iilaiu heuiHtllctied, Women's embroidered snd scollopwd edifee, "ueo. heuistltohed sud embroidered cor ners, every Imu Ikerchlet more or lees soiled aud uiosMd durlug the great holiday eelllug, go ou the Bsrgaiu Table fur ,60 and 9e each.