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ClTIZK job rmsTiso SO aa afr f la til fat Waacfea aaatly faas el TXXB OXTZBU VOLUME 12. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 18, 1898. Daily " W X BsWisvw I 41 NEW COIENIISTICE ! President Appoints William J. Mills, cf Connecticut. Deadlock In Maryland Legislature over Election of Senator. Saatc Inquires lit Killing of a Seamaa by im Japanese. akxt imonunoi rams. Washington, Jan. 18 Th president to-day nominated W illiam J. Mills to be rhlt f Justice of tb supreme court of New Mexico. OOKXAttt tllUCIDOt, KapabllaaB. Dlvlda as mm CaaSISata OfU a atalorilj. Anoanolle. Md- Jan. 18. The Mary land general assembly began to-day to ballot fur Lolled Htates senator to sne- eeed Uoroian. The republicans, who hare rtinelileraoi of a ntajurity lo both houses, are dltlded, eleven delegalea from Hallliuore having persistently refused to go into eaoru. ine situation waa iur thor eoniplieated by the rumor that William T. MalHter. mayor of Baltimore, would enter the eonteet and eipeeted to wlu bv mean of coalition between eleven malcontent and tort y-eerm demo crat. 1 be nret ballot waa a fillows: Senate Judge Louis K. MoComas, 9; Congressman isaae A. Barber, 4; Tbontai Farran, ; John V. L. Klndlay, 1; (lor eroor Lloyd Lowndeo, 1; Major Alexander 8haw, 1; A. P. Gorman (democrat), A; Judge Henry l'ag (democrat) 1. Total, 26. Honae Judge Mi.-Coma. 23; Thnmaa J. fihrock, 3; Alexander Hhaw, II; J C. Mul liken, II; J. V. L. Klndlay, 1; Naw A. Barber, 2; Milton C. I'rner, 1; Thomaa Par rati, 4; Arthur P. Gorman, 3. The flKht will bo resulted to morrow la joint session. IKNATV rKOCKKUIMOM. lafairmatlna Ankod R.cardlaf th. Kllllaf of a Sailor by the Jap. Washington, Jan. IS. The aenate com mittee on Unanre voted to-day to report the Teller reeolutton declaring for the payment ol the national bonds In silver aa well aa sold. The vote stood 8 to 6. The resolution la practically the name aa the Htanley Matthew resolution adopted aome years ago. Those voting for the resolution were Vest, Jone (Ark.) White, Walthall, Turple, Daniel, nemo orate; Jonee (Nevada) silver republican And Woleott, republican. Against Morrill, Allison, Aldrlch. Piatt (Conn ) and Hurrowa. Senator Jones (Nov.), was not present, but bla vote waa, by his request, recorded In favor of the resolution. Mr. ftalltnger, of the committee on public health and national quarantine, to-day reported favorably the senate bill providing for an Investigation Into the subject of leprosy. Mr. Vest, fur the finance committee, re ported the Teller reeolutton and gave no tice to call It up at an early date. Daniel (Va.) secured the adoption of a resolution directing the secretary of state to supply the senate with any informa tion the department of state has respect ing tt:e killing of Frank Kppe, a sailor on the L'nited Htates ship Olympla by Japanese subject In the harbor of Nag asaki, Japan, In December, 1897, and in form the aenate If any step bad been tnken looking to reparation. A resolution presented to the senate yaaterriav calling npon the secre tary of the treasury for reasons why the Item of tl l.1KJ0,iJ0 Interest due the United State from the Pacta rail road bad been dropped from his state ment, was agreed to. Allen. of Nebraska, ralld up the resolution calling for an In vestigation by the pension committee as to the authority of the commissioner of pension to promulgate an order that no consideration should he given implica tions for an Increase of pensions within twelve months after the last application bad been made and it was agreed to. In accordance with a notice previously given, Hale, of Maine, called up the ur gent deficiency bill. The bill, aa it passed the house, carried tl.14l.K43; aa reported by the senate It carried $1.8111, 9'.'3. The bill passed after a few amend ment were made, Koraker. of the Pacific rail-oad com mittee, ssked consideration of th bill reported yesterday conferring upon the president authority to bid in the Kan ens Pacific branch of th Union Pa cific road. Thurston announced that he would earnestly press an amendment conferring I he authority npon the presi dent to sell th road 111 case It be pur chased by the government, and would op pose any authority to purchase the road iitilere the amendment waa agreed to. It being evident that th bill would pro voke discussion, Koraker withdrew his request for Immediate consideration. The aenate went into executive session. Miners sad Operators M . t. Chicago, Jan. 18. The lnter-etate Joint convention of bituminous coal miner and operator assembled to day prepared to do business In a methodical manner. Th miner made no attempt to conceal the fact that they want an advance throughout the Held of ten cents per ton. The oierator say that four cent ad vance U about what may be expected. Knw Ctly Market. Kansas Cltj, Jan. 18.-Cattle Receipt 8,; market steady to lower. Texas steer. :V2604.'iu; Texas rows X4i't3.75; native steers, S3 gfrrfS on; native cow and heifers, fl.fot4 00; e'nrkere and feeder. '3 30(34.10; bulls, 2.35(3300. Sheep Receipt. 8.000; market strong. Lambs, 4.00g6.oO; muttons, :UM 4.20. fl.l'MHINU. For a good Job go to K. J. Poet & Co.; they employ competent nvctianlcs from the east. Kk.r Malalllatltig. Chicago, Jau. 18. Th Maker' union ha begun war agalUHt the American biscuit company, and Incidentally against all the employers of nou-uulou baker. Accord log to the nfflvra of th anion tbe fight Is In retalliatloa for th American Biscuit company' employing non-union men. Union men say that wagea have been reduced In the com pany' bakeries, and this forced th wage down In th other establishment TH LOWS HOIISB. ar if AarrlaMa AaM-Saal p. tag Hill latraaaaa. Washington, Jan. 18. In the house to day Chairman Taylor, of the committee on elections. No. 2, reported that Thomaa K. Clark, who filed notio of contest against Jeeee P. Stalling, representing lite second Alabama district, had aband oned bis contest and tlie committee, there for, unanimously raptrted resolution declaring Mr. Stalling entitled to tbe eat. Th house resumed consideration of th army appropriation bill. Mr. Sayer (dem., Texas! raised a point or orner against tne provision requiring the pay of enlisted men to be paid by paymaster in person. The point waa sustained ana the provision wvul wa of the bill. The army appropriation bill passed the house and the diplomatic and consular appropriation bill wa then taken up. The minority serve "tloe that they proposed to dobato our foreign relation ex rut natively. The party line were broken when Fleming (dem, Ga.) opposed th Cuban amendment on th ground that It wa not In order. Colson (rep, Ky.) made a vigorous speecb arraigning the committee ou for eign affair and Ills republican associate for their delay on Cuba. He warned the republicans that the people would bold mem accountant for in delay. Ha de dared that if something waa not done he would join th most revolutionary tactic on in owth oring in Cuban question to hearing. On motion to close the debate on ap peal the rising vote wa: Yeas, 133; nays, nave. 112. The rhalr wa sustained on an appeal. ma to 114. una ruled out th D Ar mond amendment. CUBAN BRLUOKRINCT. De Armond, of Missouri, offered aa an amendment to the diplomatic and consu lar appropriation bill resolution for the recognition of Cuban belligerency and when point of order was raised against It, made a strong speech appealing to inoae w no ym pat nixed won tne strug gling Insurgents to override the rule of the Louse, assert themselves and adopt this amendment now. He declared they could never explain their course to their constituent it they did not selxe this op portunity. Mr. Bailey (dem, Texas) amid a burst of applause, challenged illtt, chairman of tbe committee on foreign affair, to state If !t wa tin Inteutlon of those tu authority to give this bouse an oppor tunity to vote on the Cnban belligerency resolution. Illtt made no reply, exoepl to protest that Bailey waa out of order. Hepburn, In th chair, sustained the point of order. DeArniond, thereupon, appealed from the decision of the ehair. (treat excitement prevailed. The speaker entered and Dlngley appealed to hi side of the house to disregard all per sonal Inclinations toward th amend ment and stand by th rale. In reply to Dlngley, DeArmond urged th member to free the house for a single hour from "dominion mo abaoluta that mentis could get consideration for nothing except af.er those In authority approved It." The house committee on commerce to day voted to report an antl-scalplng bill In th fsrm of substitute prepared by Sherman, of New York. The substitute follows the general Hue of the original bill, with aome additional features. It places a penalty on railroad otlloer who deal with scalpers. E L. Washburn, of th big clothing bouse of K. L. Washburn A Co, returned a short time ago from the west, where he met with good trad at ail the town a tar aa Needles, Cal. "I found the mer chants feeling good over the prospect," said Mr. Washburn, "they all eu Joying an excellent trade, and from all Indications the revival In business has com to stay." Mr rt ashbnrn took a number of orders for up to date spring suits, beside doing a rushing trade In gents' novelties. In order to correct a rumor on the street to-day, it la the desire of the man ager to state emphatically that the en tertainment at the opera house to-night in oe given in run. me tact mat part of the scenery and wardrobe did not ar rive, win in no way prevent the company from presenting with all it specialties, the piece "At Gey Coney Island." Manager Myers, of the Automatic Tele phone company. Informs Trk Citikkn that bi list of abecrlbers Is constantly increasing. Two new names added In the past twenty-four hour C. W. Ken nedy, at residence on west Gold avenue. .no. 4ts; and Ftlji uunlug, at residence. old town, No. 463. The remains of Samuel Dunlao. whose death bas been mentioned In these col- uuua, were burled In Katrvlew cemetery this afternoon, the funeral services being conducted at the undertaking parlor of Mr. Montfort at 2 o'clock. (Julte a large crowd ol the friends of th deceased at tended. Excelsior Lodge No. 1 D. of K,wlll meet In regular session to-morrow (Wednesday), eveuing at 7:30 o'clock sharp. All member ar requested to be promptly on time, as th door will be thrown open for dancing at 8:30. Bv order of the C. of U. K. B. Hoffman, Re corder. As predicted by this paper, W. T. Wal ton, the druggist, returned from hi quail bunt late yesterday afternoon, and he waa very successful. George Co waa his hunting partner. The great underwear sale at the Econ omist is made np of the finest line of muslin and cambric to be had. No trash and full width and length tu every gar ment. Will. Springer, a younger brother of J. II. Springer, the night ticket agent, is here from Los Angeles on a visit to bis mother, Mrs. Charles A. Berry. J. P. Goodlsnder, the St. Louis whole sale drug commercial tourist, who was here yesterday, left last night for Las Ve gas. The No. 3 hose company will meet to night; the other fir companies ou Thurs dkr night. ( Frank X. Vigil, deputy sheriff of Valen cia county, is here to-duy. Gas fitting, R. L. Dodson. ....Leading Jeweler.... WATCH INSPECTOR SANTA FE RAILWAY ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware. THE TUNNEL WRECK! Particulars of tne Accident on tbe Santa Fe Pacific. Roadmaster Lyons Killed and Sev eral Laborers Injured. A Flrt Caatc a ttoit BUaitraat Cart-la f Timber and Rotas. ;oi. saoat aaotrcar n to loarnax. Special to Tbe Cititen. William. Arizona. Jan. IS. The roof ing In th tunnel caught fir from th spark ot paeaeoger ugia ou Sunday last. A fore of men were qnlekly dispatched from this eity under Foremen Parker and Matthews. They fought the flame all night, np to a o ciock yesterday atternoon, wnen wltn out warning a mass of charred timber and rock cam tailing down among th men. Kverynn fled for their live, but when the gang reached th entrance to the tunnel It waa e-n at one that several of the party had not escaped, among them being Foreman Matthew and Kxwd- matter Pat. Lyons, who had only ar rived a few minute before. Tbe smoke being so dense, th men were considerably hindered In their pro gress, but finally reached th bod lee of two or th laborer. Returning, the bodr of Lvon was found entombed In the mas of debrU. He w extricated after considerable dif ficulty, lie wa seriously Injured and uvea ni a snort time. Returning, the men found Foreman Matthews' body In another beap. He waa nearly suffocated by tbe dene amok. ue waa round to b seriously injured. Matthew and the laborer were brought to this city to receive medical attendance. Matthew wa taken to hla residence In thla city and rested easy last night He will be taken to Albuqoerqu on No, 2 to-uay. Division Superintendent Ulbhard and Foreman Parker were not two feet away from Lyons when the debris came thund ering down and narrowly escaped with tneir live. That mora wer not killed la ilmolr a miracle, aa nearly fifty men were In the tunnel at the time. Th paiwengera and th mail were transferred aronnd the tunnel. Trallie will bedelaved several dars: In the meantime th trains will be ruo over th Southern Pacific via. Tucson and Kl Paso. B BOUGHT TO HOHPITAL. Th No. 2 passenger train, due last night at 10:2o o'clock, wa detained on account of th tunuel accident, and In consequence did not reach the city nn'll ins tin afternoon. Dr. Kider, one of the assistant surgeons at the local hospital, waa at th depot with a stretcher, and received a laborer, named Jo Short, tie waa caught In th tunnel eave-ln, being buried under a bug mas ot rocks, aun ecelved injuries thai will Keen elm a patleut at tbe hospital fur several mouths. Foreman Matthew, aa stated In the above special dispatch, wa not brought to tins on j, out ii' iv at nia norue at vt u llams, where he will receive treatment from the company's physician and sur geon there. i here i a rumor afloat that James Votaw, of thla city, wa Injured and will be brought In from th west this eveuing. It is not known, however, whether he wa burl at tbe tuunel fire, or somewhere else on tbe road. It la understood her, thl afternoon. that until th tunnel I repaired all Cali fornia traffic will be diverted, via Dem lug, over tbe Southern Pacific. SILT A ' KBMOHT ftUKMKD. Thr.e Separate flrae follow la Qolch Suo- owliia-knUr.lv D..trojr.l. Mrs. 8. Silva'i resort In TUera canvon burned to the ground yesterday after noon. Parties who left tlier at 3::i0 D. m, brought th news to th city that the imtlillng were then on mass of dame Mrs. 8. Siiva, th owner ot the Dlae la sick in thl city, and her brother, Lo renzo Azario, had charge of the place. It seems that the fir atarted Sunday night wnen a Hanging lan-p feu to th floor In the saloon and the kerosene spreading over the floor and catching on Are Azario waa eonrrontea wltn a formidable flsine, which be endeavored to smother with blanket. Th blankets. hiwever, took fire and he was obliged to throw them out of door badly burning hi hand a he did so. other parties coming to his rescue the flame were Dually extinguished though not on- til the saloon had been almost entirely destroyed Early yesterday morning the ore nroie out again out was aiscovered In its Infancy and a few buckets ot water put it out. Mr. Aztrlo left for Albuquerque at about 11 o'clock yesterday forenoon to Inform Mrs. Sllva of the occurrence at her resort. In the afternoon while he wa away th fir started tor the third time and spread until the whole was in names. The place was Insured with Culler A Ar- mljo for 1.700. Mr. Culler to-ditv drove out to Tijeras canyon to ascertain the amount of tne lose. basket of aandwlcbee; 8t. John' church, crackers and mils; J. W. Palmer, too ol e-l; tl. W. Stroug. etuld' bed; Rev. Fouik. of MstlMvlist church, Gallup, $'); Wa. Farr, Christmas tree; Manuel Duu lap. S3 for Cnrlstruesi afrs. Pnllbrlrk, pair of shoes; Miss Ada Pnllbrlrk, Christ mas decorations and assistance with the tree; Mr. Ueach, Christmas decorations; Miss Charlotte Kone, aaeistanea with tree; Kindergarten, Christmas toy and $Jbb; Mis Field' school, Christmas decora tion and U3; Magdaleua M. K. Sun day school, S4 no; triple Link Aid so ciety, clothing, and many other whose name we tailed to get or who gave no name. Tb ladle of th Horn board hav re ceived a number ot liberal subscriptions to a paper they are circulating In behalf ot the dome aud hope soon to pabllab a list of tba names. BOOTH, TH aj CHAUCER. RspraMBtatlva of tha Toatlna Company, of Dallas, Now la Omaha. Richard Wearoe. a business man of Omaha, Neb, baa written Marshal Cobert Informing blm that Richard Booth, th notorious representative of the Tontine Loan aud Security Co., of Dallas, Tex, so well and unfavorably known to certain oeoule in thla city, la now a denizen of Omaha, where b bas resided for the past uve monins. He goes by the name of B. Livingstone aud Mr. H earner state that b has be e due "thoroughly acquainted with him. much to my sorrow; but, nevertheless, Hootn has done nothing there which could Incriminate bim. Mr. Wsarn wrote to th marshal to And out It there were anyone here desirous of prosecut ing him, when be would assist In locat ing him. Any of th person who bad business transactions with Booth ran get further particular by calling on Marshal Cobert. Cblldrea's Home Coatrlbatlo&a, Th friend who remembered the Chil dren' Home for the month of iHieenitier Mr. J. C. Baldridge. clothing; Mrs. Louis Ilfeld. clothing; Mrs. Potter, cloth ing; Mr. Tessler, clothing i Mr. Mansard, flour and corn meal; Grunsfeld Bros, box of handkerchiefs aud bucket of candy; A. J. Maloy, turkey, candy, nuts aud fruit; Mr. C. W. Kuux, groceries; Mrs. J. L. Neeland, turkey; Mrs. 11. C. Mason, groceries; D. Welller A Co, cran berries; Mrs. Laugblln, candy; Mr. J. Korber, sausage; Mrs. Clivsr, fruit and popocrn; Mrs. Warden, boney; Mrs. hoard, popcorn ; No. 1 bos company, tmm DITCH BITVATION. OppMltlea Will Await AoUwa mt Ceart a tk. laJaMttoa. Tb ditch situation baa been very quiet to-aav. rruueum tv ties lui'wtioa granted by Judge Cruru packer yesterday, tUe surveying party resumed their tabors aud were uot Interfered with. About Ore buudred of tbe settler on both aides of th river asaemoled to-day lor a conference, there was r me talk n( applying for an Injuuetlon to iwetraiu tbe surveyor from parsing through their laiHin, out it waa uuauy concluded that the wisest policy waa to await the action ot the Court Jauuary 26 ou the temporary injunction grant. d yesterday. In tbe meautime everything will b permitted to progress peaceably. Judge T. C. Gutlerres, who acted a spokesman Tor the farmer yesterday, was aeeuto-tlay.aud, in reference to the occur rences ot yesterday, aald: "I told Mr. Harroun that we simply desired to give him a formal notioe uot to enter upon our lands, and no violence was luteuued. We will repeat, for our own part, the statement of tb promoter ot the ditch that they ar gotug to act in a legal man ner and not otherwise. "None of th promoter of th canal have called npon Die to negotiate for se curing my land either by donation or purchase. M. S. Otero called and stated that It was their Intention to pay for the landa required for the canal, and 1 Wild bim that I waa ready to consider any proposition ot that kind that they might lake, but he said he waa not authorlied to make any proposition yet." PROarax-TUK xtaTiai. Albnqaorqaaaaa Paaotrate Wild aa UBlnhabltad halo, ml M.mlos. Geo. Edlok, ot this city, who left about two months ago to accompany a party of prospectors Into th wtltle ot Old Mexico, returned horn last night, and ha some Interesting stories to tell of the experi ences of the party, which contained an other Albuqnarquean In th person ot R. u. atyer. me country exniorea. in tne beart of th Sierra Madrea, and lying In th state ot Chihuahua and Sonora, was declared to be th rougheet Imagin able, bnt full ot game aud finely tim- oerea, and at tne same time very desolate and uninhabited. Th prospector, with tneir park train or ourros, penetrated to parts of th country hitherto nnvlsited by Americans, and wer rewarded for their labor by discovering rich gold quartx and some silver ledges that will. m their estimation, compare with anv in the country. A abort conversation with Mr. jidick will couvino any on of th wonderful rlchues ot the country visited. All that la now Deeded I the completion and extension of th railroad now under construction to Casaa Grandee and to tb aoulh and west, and then) will bean exodus equal to that to Klondike. Praula.at Vlaltars Haro. A. W.W'lshard. th United State dis trict attorney ot Indiana, cam in from lb north last night on bis way to Lo Angeles, Cal., and stopped off In thla city to visit with bis friend. Judge Crutu pscker. They served together in the state senate of Indiana aud ar therefore iutluiste acquaintances. This afternoon Mr. tthtabard. Mr. Riley, ot Chicago. Judge Crumpaoker, District Attorney Mutual, Cleik Owen, Deputy t rosliy. Sheriff Uubbell and Deputy Sheriff New comer are taking a drive about Albu querque aud vlciulty In Trimble' "Explorer." TBI HAXI kLLa A On bras padlock for 15c Vale pattern night latcu for 23 Buck saw for )oc Au Al handled axe for Woe Positively tbe lowest priced store In Albuqueique. Loaf. A large gold scarf ntn. with "F. P. 0." initials. Fluder will be tewarded by re turning to M. S. Otero. I Reported That He will Resign His Position. Millionaire Sboots t Bookkeeper la St. Louis. A umber f Striking Cotton Weaver Co tack to Work. caAieii ASAurrr toil.. Va9 -, i. t. ta ft u .tt In Havana that General Blanco will re- l.rl xu.n II. ........ 4- ...II W t Alt the street leading to the park have extra gnat ds. Th Insurgent attacked the town of Cauo. near Havana, and a targe torce oi Bpauian soiaier oar oeen earls of autouomy bars been eaptnred uw vmguwu mm ki mtwt a. BtlLLIOHAlflK MiiaDKBaa. Tui Citizen announces with great pleasure that th ladles of th Library a-suclallou will soon give on of their delightful bails, at ths Armory. He pre dict as the harvest of this ball, a substan tial addition ot books to our library, as ereryoue Is Interested In thl most phi lanthropic enterprise, and dea rous of seeing the library shelve tilled with the heel books, n hope that tbe eveuing ot January 28 may Aud yon participating In the galtlea at tbe Armory. Mrs. Sarah M. Stevens, mother of W. II. Stevens, assayer ot this city, died at Boulder, Colo, on Saturday night last; aged 77 years. She was ou of th pion eers ot Colorado, aud came erri the plain in 1A. Her death leaves behind two sous and two daughters, the latter being with their mother at the time of her death. The Citizkn condoles with the bereaved Albuquerque sou. The regular Wednesday night concert of the Albuquerque Street Railway com pany, at Orchestrion ball, has lieen p mt poned to Saturday night, January 1'2, at H o'clock. These pleasant entertainments have been very largely atteuded this win ter, and a large crowd is expected ou Saturday night. You can make " an boor by resiling 8. L. Washburn X Co.'s sdd. aud acting thereon. a M. Lasts Hoak-Kaapar Wka Attack Hla Maasktar. 84. Louis, Jan 18. Dr. Charles F. Sim mon, a reuuted millionaire, the presi dent of th Simmon Patent Medlciu company, shot aud killed hintl Davidson, tba Book-keeper for tb St. Louis Trust oompauy, on lbs street to-day. Simmon was arrested. Ue told Cant. Boy den llutt tne man n not attacked bis daughter. This 1 Dr. Simmons' third deadly affray. Several years ago be subbed a brother-in-law In Mississippi. Three year ago he stabbed a boUl-keeper ojtaiea Mcnraiu in a quarrel. LATKB. Davidson dropped to the eiiiewalk se riously wounded, but will recover. Eoi.ABi'a roLicT. Will Prates Its OaatmarM with Chlaa at Com mi War, London. Jan. 18. Tb country feder ally I greatly pleased by lb announce ment made by the chancellor ot tb ex chequer, Sir Michael Hicks Roach, at Swansea last night, In which he echoed the previous declarations ot Mr. Balfour at Inanchester on the Indian policy of to government, aud added that tb min uter were determined even at the cost of war that Chinese commerce ebouid not be closed to Great Britain. Thl declara tion Is taken as outlining th govern ment position. Both liberal and conser vative newspaper commend plain sneak- lug. Complalat AraJaet Kola. Pails, Jsn. 18. Th minister of war, Qeuural Billot, ha lodged with th min ister ot Justice, a formal complaint against M. Enill Zola and th manager of tba Aurora, Tb complaint will be forwarded to th publle prosecutor. atotmra ta Wart, Fltcliburg, Mass, Jan. 18. Th weav er -ot tbe Hoc tags cotton mill, who .tro-k yesterday against a reduction In wage, returned to work to-day. Wall Kaowa Ante. n. ad. Bosten, Mass, Jan. 18. Scvtt Lalgn ton, a well-known artist, died at the Mo Leau lusan asylum at Waverly to-day. The Oaallaa Uueatlaa. London. Jan. 18. Great Britain ha again deoliued to re-open th sealing question. WEDNESDAY. Turkeys, Chickens, Oysters, Pig Tongues, Lamb Fries, Sweet Breads, Brains, Young Veal, Bonelea Pig' Feet, Country Sausage, Bloodwurst. COOkKD If IATH. New England Pressed Ham, Gold Bund Boneless Balled Ham, Swift's Boneless Boiled Ham, Berlin Ham. Peerless Ham, Boiled Smoked Tongues. BAN JOSK MARKET. Mall Orders Given Careful Attention and Promptly Filled " ' . 1T!P Agents for Itutter Ick's Patterns and Ir. Jaeger's Underwear. Stocktaking: Is Over..,, Now to get rid of tho odds and ends that were culled from the various departments. Wo aro selling them fast. Still, wo havo a good many Spocial Bargains left, but they will not last long at theso Give-Away Prices... It will pay ypu to come in and look over our Bargain Tables. THE MAZB IS SELLING. Good velveteens for 17Ho- Lace curtains that would be cheap at 1.2ifor 70c Ladles' corset slightly willed, 2&c. Ladies' kid gloves, 60o to 80c Positively tu lowest priced Lous In Albuquerque. PLUM HI NO. For a good Job go to K. J. Poet A Co ; they employ competent mechanic from the eaat. JNO. VAN HASUKI, K. J. Post & Co. have them In stock. Get their price and save money. Tb company that I to give "At Gay Coney Island, to-night at th opera house, arrived from the west on the de layed train, but part of the aceuery was left behind as It could not b transferred around the wrecked tunnel out on tb Hauls Fe Pacific. 0. K. Crowmell, president of the Albu querque street railway, will leave to night for Chicago, F.G.Pratt&Co.l Hole Airrnii Casino nd Oro brand - antit-ti OimkW. UEALEKt IM STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES 214 S. Second St Hill.boro Cft-atiiery Htitter best un tartli. Orders Solicited Free Delivery. Attend GEO. C.GAINSLEY &C0.'S Red Letter Sale We Are Offerlnrj Some Bargains In Footwear. Sale Lasts Until Jan. 25. Geo. C Gainsley & Co. 122 South Boeond Stroat. RallabU Shoo Dealara. BAKGAIN NO. 1 One lot Imported Novelty Dreia Patterns, worth up to $15.00, on bargain table, at $3.50 BAKGAIN NO. 2..... One lot Fine Droche and Brocaded Silk Velevta, worth up to $3.50 per yard, on bargain table at 75c BARGAIN NO. 3 One lot Fine Cloakings, worth up to $3.50 a yard, on bargain table at, per yard $1.00 BARGAIN NO. 4 One Lot Linen Towel, worth 15c to 35c each, ou bargain tables at 9c, 15c and 10o 25 Per Cent Discount on All Capos and Jackets. lao.oo Wraps, now $15.00 $10.00 Wraps, now 7.50 $5.00 Wraps, now 3.75 $3.00 Wraps, now 2.25 BARGAIN NO. 5...... One lot of Woolen Dress Goods in Beautiful Plaids, Lovely Brocades, Handsome Plain Colors and Fancy Weaves, worth up to $x.oo per Yard, on bargain tables at 25c, 30c, 40o and 50c BARGAIN NO. 6 Any Ladies' Walking Hat in the house at Actual Cost (Nothing Iteserved.) iriLF,IESLQn) IDIESn)iD I Some Facts i aVasjp It will pay you to consider. FIRST. We have Just received twenty-five dozen Fleeced- Lined, Camel-Hair ShirU and Drawers, which . will be sold at 50c a garment SECOND. A consignment of fifty Ulaters and Overcoats that cost $6.00 to make, only $5.00 T1IIIID Fifty fine Kersey Overcoats and Chinchilla Ulsters, worth $13.00 a garment, to close out at $7.50 FOURTH. Our Boys' Overcoats and Ulsters, $5.00 and $6.00 grades, all going at $3.50 E. L. Washburn & Co. AGENTS tOK McCall Bazaar Patterns. AD Patterns 10c and 15c NONE HIGHER. THE ECONOMIST MAIL ORDERS Filled Same Day as Received. 204 Railroad Avanue, Albuquarnua. N M. THE BEST LIGHTED HTOKE IN THE CITY. 1898-ADVANCE sALE-1898. Ladies' Vtnslin Wear. Every fiiirmcnt br nd new and mde precisely in the mode that will prevail this Sprinij. Better Good aid LOWER PRICES than those offered at "January," "Alteration," "Clearing," "Inventory" and say-anything sales. ...W. 'llustrat a Paw of Our Many Novltlea In Thla Croat Sala vi'ftytiM'- 3faa?rt"Pl"''-. ' m- A- 1 i.;.ji -1 mm-j jlju . fT'.f-'T svy-a-aj ;' - -'-- f ii- s v V' Gowns, Bklrta, Chiiitese, Drawers, Corset Covers, also Children's Muslin Wear In great variety divided Into 9 lots. Sea Window Display I Sal Begins Monday Morning. LOT NO. 1. Perfect fitting Kuibrolileretl Corswt Cover. . n M Children's Waist and Drawers, I. H and D yrs. Q (J LOT NO. a. Laiiieg' full site night dresses beautiful style iu nue Kuibroldered Corset Covers Ladles' Musllu Drawers and Cambric Umbrella 25C LOT NO. 3... Novelties lo Ladles' eitra On Corset covers. Ladles' full Ue Kuibroldered Night tiowus.. Ladies' wide and ruffled aud tuuked skirte ana ciuureiia Drawer.. 39c LOT NO. 4... LadW llarfneritee. On Muslin Cambrlo Uowns, Kaury (Vrset Covers Ladle' liemst lulled Lao aud Kmfroidered I mbrella Drawers Ladle Kuibroldered bklrta 49c LOT NO. 5... Kuibroldered Night Gown. Lac. Umbrella n hklrts aud Kuibroldered I'uibrella Draw kiln er W Ju LOT NO. 6... Kxoeptloual values to KmbMldered Gowns, aiuuiwu- f Hr I wu llraarMr. Wblrla .it, I Im.II ered extra long Uarguerlte , Lot 7 at O'Jc, Lot 8 at 11.4'J ant Lot 9 at ll.W eonsUt of aoples from the Freneh of Fin Umbrella Drawer, high grade Kreuoh Night Uowos, Lao Kmbroidered Bklru.