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j on rniXTisd f to all Ka nuiiRiom and Shrerai r VirmeSav aaaily 4ona at ma cJi7XBsai7. i QUE BOOK BINDING t la all fea a manna ani drtant VOLUME 12. ALBUQUERQUE, N. O, MONDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY J 4. 1898. NUMBER 101. ALBUttl Daily Citizen III SHOT AND KILLED I FRANK A. GUTIERRES! Over a Quarrel About a Horse the Deadly Winchester Responds. MANUEL D. GONZALES SHOOTS AND KILLS. Tha nUrtlln new of tha shooting and killing or Krauk A Gutlnrrr bf Manual t. Uiininlm, at tha laltor'a plane In Kanclina da Allinqtiarqn, a low mlla abv-i ilm eltr. v pni In circulation vitrita uxf uln almut 10 o'clock, and tha report uproart Ilka wild flra. uivia rimsuj rp. At 9:30 o'clock, vwt(r1y raornlnj. Mr Anneal rod puNt hat to Um count; Jail mhir ha nrrntrwl blimnlf tn Jallnr hamtoval, and lha lattor tmmadl atl t 'lnphonml th tart to 8liartd Hub Ml, hi app-arM at the cmntr Jal hoard tim atory of Mr. Unui.lna and thai placed hi ib under arrest, aligning him t room at tha jail. OTIIKbS 1RRIHTED. lie cheriff then drove out to tha erana of the fatal shooting and fodnd the body of Mr. tiuliarrM lying within a tw fevt of tha a-titfi aide dmr of tha Hoogalrs rnaldanct". Ha hnrrMlv InviwtlRBtH, and dlHCnvprad that Kldal Onntalf. yoong eon of Manurl (innsales, liau Qred a l U'l during the ahoutlng, aud that rn, l'dro Jaramlllo.waa In aoms manner .Wo eonnartxd with the ahooting. Thwe tw inn he placed uniler arrest, aud wiit them to the county j til. TI1K COBONF.H'S JURY. The ahrriff thfn nntlBwl JuUco of th IVacs Kxllpe l.uerro, of tlixt rclnel, who. In time, atimnioiMxt tfrthr a eoro ner'a jury, aud an Inqncet ovar the n nialn wore at once held. Th I llc lnu verdict was returned ytrily afUtruooi , Territory of New Me i loo, C.mniy of Bar mil II la We, lha nndcrnlgnrd, Jiwtli'it of the pe ice and jury who held an Inquest ou thin, the lMUi duy or February, lmt, ovi r the iKNly ot Kraurim'o duticrr r. which w fount In pvcliV. ). 4. of thi County of R. rriaU'lo, find that Ihii d- ceaard came to III death by a bullet wound and th'W liluwa upon hla bead. I 1 tie death, It In believed, was canwd by j Manuel 1). Uouzalra, the body havluit liien found near the door of the hnngn of the wild Manuel I). Ooiifilea. fllgi er Kellpe I.nrero, Justice of the peace; Kilomoiio Haiichi I. Anaetanln Ta pis, JeHiii Hoinero, Ulego Munli, Mauuel llael, Cuunto Apodoca, coroner' jury. Till BODY RKMOVKD. After the body bad been viewed by the jury, the ahvrlff ordered Mint the remain be taken to the tiuadnlupe (Jutterree lionie, where the drceaw d and lit alHter, alias J. J. Uutlerree, resided. The aieter had, however, rn belDg In formed ot the Hhootlng of her brother, battened to the OnnzHlee bouee, with pie tul In hand, and declared that ehe w. uld alioot the murderer ot her brother on elRM but Mr. Oontile junt eeraped hi r couilnjr, havlrg left for the city to Niir render himwlf to the anthori'lot few minutes before her arrival. CONKUCTINU ItlMOllS. Iii the aiternoon thre were a.) nnoy cot Hicting etorlea ktt 'iit. that TDK t'ITt tr.S representative, with a party of gen tlemen, vinited tbe tinner ren home In or der to get at tho very bottom facte, If poeelble. THK 1'HbLY WOl'NUt). I'udertakei Strong bad been eunnnoned and waa found at the house preparing the body. TIhoiihu hla klndneea the preea 'iprfHontHtlve waa ailuiiited into the dead room In older to examine the woiinda, and, upon exatulnation, d I Hoov ered that a biill't l:ad entered the fleeh back of the rliiht ehoulder, l.a I panned through tlm I idy and upward, ci ming out on U e le't e'de if the throat, ru:tiig the JiiKiilar vein. 'u the lett elite of tha head were f mid two acalp wounds one about au inch and a bait long and the other about an Inch long, and on the right aide ot the bead wait another acalp wound, wherein the Hkuil waa found fractured In aeveral placre. Hie noee waa broken, aud a biuise waa diecovered over the right eye. (1AKCU IMTKUVIKWEb. Salvador Manuel Garcia, who waa with Mr. ttutierree, waa seen among the crowd that aurrounded the bereaved boueehold and waa Interviewed aa follows: "About 7:30 o'clock, Sunday morning, Frank tiutierrea came to my house with Human Moiitann, and Frank remarked: '1 wonder if Kugenlo Karela la at home. I want you to cm nie with me to aee If Kugeuio Ih there.' Vie went to Harela'a, anil all four of na then weut over to Manuel Goutalea' to aee If be (Gouulee) would turn over a CKhTAIN HOhHK TO FRANK, fior inlea and Gutlerrea soon gut Into a heated conversation, aud Frank told In in that he had a horse belonging to his sis ter. After while the conversation grew threatening, and Frank accused Gon calea of Insulting bla sinter and aald that he could not Insult Mill. GoliKaica then aaid he would give up the horse and to take It away. Frank said: 'I will go and vet a rope and It I don't come after the horse 1 will send for it.' Me then left, liOIMl TO BARKLA'rt HOl'MK, where we got rope, and myself. Gutter ree and Montauo relumed, leaving Harela at hla house. When we got within a ahnrt dlstauceot Gonzales' house, Mr. tfoiiialea came out of the ofllce door ot tils house and yelled to me to stop, at the aame time pulling down on us with a Winchester rilie. The tirst attempt to tire failed; he then threw out the bad curtrldge and, aiming at me, fired, the Ill I.I.KT l.OI MJ Ttmoi'tiH MY COAT without bitting me. Frank and ion (alio then rau around the house to shield themselves at the wind mill, when Gou talea appeared at the north door ot bla bouse and took a shot at Gutlerrea, who felt At thin time, Vldal Gonzalee, a sou, appeared ou the Bt'KNK W ITH A J'IbTOL and also U red at Gutlerres without ef fect. Yi bile Gutlerrea waa down, Man uel Goutalea beat biiu ou the bead with hi rifle, breaking the stock of the weapon In aeveral piece. After this, Manuel Gontalea moun'.M horse, rode off, and soon thereafter Sheriff Habbell ap peared." n hen asked If Oontalea and Gntlerrea had acuffll for powanion of the rifle, tiarcia stated that Gntlerrea waa ahot be tween fifty and ality feet from the bonee, ind that a ana, Toinae Gonialea, who took to part In the shooting, tried to got the RIFI.K rHOM HIS JATBIB vhile the latter waa using It over the lead of (iu tier ree. Korean Montauo, who waa standing listening to the interview with Garcia corroborated the remark ot Garcia, and added the "he, Montauo. on attempting to go to the assistance ot Gntlerrea waa held off at a safe distance by Fldal Goo tale, who had la hla hand a cocked re volver." THI CAC8K. Judge T. C. Gutlerrea and J. Felipe nubbell were the administrator of the estate of Guadalupe Gutlerrea, deceased, father of the young man killed yesterday morning. Judge Gutlerrea waaaeenby the reporter, and he stated that In the partition ot live stock, a flertaln borse, claimed aa private property by Mlsa Gotleirea, fell to the widow, and waa assigned over to Mr. Gonttlee, who acted aa tbe agent of the widow. Al thongh the horse had the Gutlerrea hiand, Mlea Gutlerrea elated positively that the borse had been given to her by her father and that It waa ber personal Sroperty. When Frank returned aeveral ays ago from tha mountains, she told Mm of the partition of the live stock and also stated that Mr. Uon tales hail her borne. Frank, It aeema, weut to Mr. Gon zales to demand the horse, and the rent ot the story you know. Ihe Judge also stated that the horse is valued at about WILL NOT TALK. A representative of Tui Citizen called tiHn Manuel l. Gonzales at the county Jail this morning aud asked him for his story ot the ahooting. He declined to talk, however, until after he had con sulted with hla attorney, K. V. Chaves. After a conference with bla lawyer he positively refused any facte or detail In regard to the killing. "We are confi dent," "aid Attorney Chaves, "that we can ahow a Justifiable defense at the prelimi nary bearlng.wherewewlllaubmftall the fcta and details of the ahooting aa they occnrreiL Prior to the hearing, however, we have nothing to say." Sheriff Hubbell haa a piece of the atock ot the rifle alleged to have been brokeu over tbe head of Mr. Gutlerrea. The preliminary hearing will be held before Justice lluran, To old town, Wednesday atternooo. THH TWO PRINCIPALS. Manuel D. Gonzalee, who la accused of using the deadly W inchester ride, and hla victim, Frank A. Gutlerrea, are member ot wealthy Spanish families, and are well known In this city. Mr Gouzalea la known as a peaceful citizen, and the report that he had previ ously figured In other shooting affair 1 emphatically denied by those who have known the gentleman alnce childhood. Frank A. Gutlerrea, who waa shot and killed, waa a fine specimen of physical manhood, about ti yeara old, and weigh ed over 00 pouuda. lie aludied law, aud for a short time practiced bla profession In this city, being a member ot the law Urtuof tkuthworlb, Catlett A Gutlerrea. ills father, Guadalupe Gutlerrea, died about a year ago, aud besides a host of relatives and friends throughout central New Mexico, Mr. Adolfo Otero, of this city, and Mlsa J. J. Gutlerrea at the old home, two sisters, are left behind to mourn bla tragic dMtth. THK U'NKHAL. The funeral services will take place at the Church of Immaculate Conception, new town, to-morrow morning at 10:30 o'clock, aud all friends of the family ot the deceased are invited to attend. The body is still at the ranch home, op the valley, but Undertaker Strong, with the remaiua and the bereaved sinter and Immediate members of the family, will leave there for the city at V o'clock to morrow nioruiug. "THI TIHTLB DANCE." lndlaiM Uraat I'aj Aho. tha l.Uta Th.lr rurt CloMd. The aunnal feast week ot the Ieleta In diana concluded yesterday, with the lm poelug ceremonies of "IheTurtleLtauce." The fHstivitieeof tbe week began Weil nee day with the dance peculiar to their riles, which was also held ou Friday, aud ooucluded with the dance yesterday. The Intervening days, Thursday aud Satur day, were given up to the round-up of the jack rabbit by the mora agile buck of the tribe. Tbe dance yesterday began at 1 o'clock by the appearance of alx or eight bucks of the tribe gorgeously attired lu skins of coyote, Jack-rabblta aud prairie dogs, ami intended to represent devils to the uninitiated, from the manner ot their head-dress, which waa made up ot masks of sheepskins aud horua of oxsu, peculiar to the repreeeutatlon ot bla Satanic majoety. ike principal occupation of these "devils" waa to clear the plaza of the spectators, who were compelled to seek refuge upon tbe roofs of the near by houses. After the plaza waa cleared, two bands or companies, one comprising fifty two and the other forty-one, ot the young aud handsome male members of the tribe, Issued forth from ditlireut places around the plaza. They were headed by their respective generals supported by their various subordinate oillvers. They were attired la nature' garb, aud the historic gee-striug, supported with garlands of evergreen about their necks, aud crown of peacock and turkey feathers, together with all the jewelry. gold, silver and otherwise. In the village. After these companies had danced around the plaza aeveral times, and paid their respecta to six large bow la of various cereals in the center of the plaza, which were offering to tha god for a boun teous supply of crop and an abundant harvest, the rompauy would line up on Bret the east aide and then the weet eld of the plaza. At each of thee line up. It became Incumbent upon soma member ot the company to step forward and receive the honor of the feast, conferred upon him by aome tnernoer of In moe, who decorated hlro with aome token mail of bread, repre senting various figure, ancb aa turtle, horaee, chicken, snakse, etc Some were also anpplied with beautiful aashea of cloth ot their own weaving, which wonld do honor to the custom of aome Kaet In dian Prlne. Ths tokens were tied around tha neck of the recipient ana eerven somewhat to hide the naked nee of tbelr breasts. W hen the candl date for honor would step forward to receive their decoration, the balance of tbe company would continue the dance to tne weird strainsor the peculiar music of tha tora-turns. At Intervals, the dauee i IntersnereMl by the appearance ot the bnck attired In skin and represent ing the devil, who held In their bands jack rabbit and a long stick. - Upon their appearance, aome female member would attempt to gain powesalon of the Jack rabbit, and up,m her dulug ao, aome peculiar honor wa thrust upoa her, of great distinction. The dance lasted late Into the day, and ended In the evening with a grand ban quet at which all tl offering ot bread, etc , were eaten. The occasion of the dance waa kept very quiet, and not over halt a dozen peo ple in Albuqueran had the pleasure of witnessing it. For musie and dancing, and the weird and barbaric costume, used, the dance I eqnal to that of the Moqui Snake dance. Several visitors from Albuquerque endeavored to get snap shot, bnt any attempt In this di rection met with failure. Tbe riUa to them are of a very religion and solemn natnre, and preparations hail been going on for aeveral week for the occasion. CaravaU to 4ada Hubb.ll. A large number ot the friends of Hon. F. A. Hubbell, the probate Judge, gather ed at hi former resldenoe la I'ajarlto yesterday to aav an revolr. They came In large n.imber from both I'ajarlto and tea radllla to testifv to the high re spect In which they held their departing trlend and townsman. J. K. Kllera delivered an eloqnent and a tonchlng farewell addrea In behalf of the many frleud preeeut. Judge Hub bell. In a very neat speech full of feeling, thanked hla friends tor their considera tion and regard, and assured them that hie change ot residence would leave him the same true, staunch friend of I'ajarlto and Loe Pad I lias that be had ever been. After pledging their friendship In a tew overflowing goblets, the farewell meeting came to an end. The judge an 1 hi family are moving Into their beauti ful home In tha city to-day. Ta the Alliuqu.nio. Pabllo, I desire to appeal to the people of Al buquerque, and Bernalillo county, for contribution of money, clothing and provisions for the destitute patriot ot Cuba, whose home have been devastated during their long and heroic itrnggle for Independence. The destitution on the Island ta ao universal that the preel dent ot tha United State ha fell lm pel led to reqnset the people of this coun try to organise for the relief of Cubaus, and the oommUtee, of which the under signed I chairnjau, haa been organised In pursuance ot tbe president's request Money, clothing aud provision are great ly needed, and may be sent to Mrs. Neill B. Field, 1 2iil Tlj-ra avenue, W. L. Trimble A Co, have kindly con sented to call for aud deliver free of charge all parcel and package Intended tor tue committee, n no give promptly give twice. Mhm. Mas. Luna. Tha Laoaard. Iai4, Mr. F. 11. Leonard was aentenoed bv Justice Crawford Saturday afternoon to pay a nne of at and cost or serve alx daya In the county jail. Leonard was trieii on tue Charge ot vagrancy, round guilty and aentenoed to thirty day In the comity jail. Ilorlon Moore advanced Mr Leonard tt to pay her fine, ou tbe strength of as surance which he received from ber people In I'tica. N. Y. Mrs, Leonard Is now boarding witb A. C. Kiuery, aud the Lad lee' Benevolent asstwlatlon have guar anteed ber board. Mr. Leonard, lu the meantime, will languish In the county jail tor thirty day, no Una having beeo Imposed on bini a au equivalent. ItlMelutloa Wotlee. The firm heretofore known aa Wick stroiu it Harnett, conducting the resort called the St. Kluio, Is dissolved by mu tual consent, Mr. J. Wlckstrom retiring. Ail account against the lata firm will be paid by the remaining partner, Mr. J. B-trnett, and must be presented by March 1, H'JH. John W irmTRoM. JoesHH Harnstt. Boelal To-alaht. The fonrth aunnal social, by tha Young Ladies' Library association of the Cath olio church, will be held at the Armory hall this evening, and the worthy preel dent of the association, Mlsa Mamie Don ahue, with her excellent assistants and committee, have worked bard to make the affair a grand success. The cause Is a worthy one, and there will, no doubt, be a large crowd preeeut at the social. Tickets, almittlug gentlemau and lady, 1. H.Mirwt BmI Mala. The sale of reserved seats for tbe Phil harmonic entertainment will open on Friday, February IH. at U a. m , at Wal ton's drug store. Kvery one will have au equal chance, but do Uol put off reserving your seats nntil the neit day, for there are already 2 tickets sold, aud undoubt edly there will be a rush. Kemember, the reserved seat sale open this week on Friday moruiog at U o'clock. stuck fur aals. One bay tuare pony, white face, bind feet white, branded V L on right side of neck, have harness and saddle marks; one mouse colored horse pony, few white hair In face, an Indistinct brand on left hip, harness mark i, will be sold to the IE3WIES ....Leading Jeweler.... WATCH INSPECTOR SANTA FE RAILWAY ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware. highest bidder lu front of city building, y 17, at 11 o clock a.m. F. Com-: nr. Marshal. Thursday, Februar w NolilM, Attention I A stated session of Ballut Abyad Temple A. A. U N. M. 8. will be held Monday evening, reu. 14, at r..v p. ni , at Masonic hall. All Noble requested to attend. Visiting Noble cordially In vited to attend. By order of the lllustri ou Potentate. Frank McKKK, Recorder. To Our Cuatuuisra. V li I wrru AnhtlmlnilA nntlelan renra. earning us, U located in Albuquerque for a snort periou wan nawiey 011 ion lui uer. hye tested free. All wors guar autoed. Columbia Optical Co., Ueuver. L-huUftUuua Meeting Tuesday night witb Mr. Miller, 5og Broadway. Remember the double leeaon, aa there waa no meeting last week Boom moulding. Whitney Co, As a Rt of G. War Betw. rafUa , Nation lent. 1 NlCi-r. Spanish Autbt .ita With Mall Stat ta ta Maine. IIIIITT MAIT.ri TUtL, New York, Feb. 1. M'patclie from me Herein eorrespnnitert at Guatemala state tliat anarchy rejgc-. throng hout the country, a a result of tl aseaselnatloo of President Harrtoa and the plotting of leader to gel Into p- wer. General Mendlsabal, who waa called opnn by the military to assume the presidency, la uiarcumg on vi mi capit n, Guatemala city, wun a large tore ot troop. SOLA TRIAL. Hint IUTb Prla.lp.1 Wliaa Aaaifwa, Aaawar Ums Paris. Feb. 14. W bea th trial of Zola ana rerreux waa resume.! to-day, M. Jaures, a socialist member ot the chamber of deputies, wa recalled. l reltered hi belief la tha eulpablll'i of kster I lie examination of Bert Do, the hand writing expert, wa resumed. 11 aaid b thought It impossible tc ask a min ister of war for Incriminating docu ments seized at tb resilience ot Ureyfn In 1H1M, which, according to th testi mony of wltueasea Satnnlav. would en able blot to prova Drey tue wrote Bur dereau. Heine Dressed bv Laborta ki.w nnleas he hail aeen aecret documeui. be wa abla to prove at the court martial that ureyrua wrote Bordereau. IWIilun ans wered that ha could not explain doca nieut no longer lu his possession. Iji borle demanded th advis-ate general to compel the witness t i reply. Thi. advo cate general mails no answer. Finally Kuril Ion. who persisted In not answering questions, left the witness Hand amidst considerable uproar. La borie remarking: "And that la the man upon whoa evidence Dreytu wua convicted." WAK THHKATKMIMO. S clflo railway under guarantee of the full aiunuut of the principal and Interest ot the debt. On Chandler objection II went over uutll tomorrow. A resolution by Mcrga 1, of Alabama, waa passed calling for consular report renaming tne all ur or Cuba and In quiring whether tin government recog nised the autonomous government ot tuoaand authorised the negotiation ot me reciprocity treaty. The senate went into executive aesaion on tha Hawaiian treaty. Aa.erlaa statesman Itoad. Brnune, Feb. 14. Cvuut Gustave Kal noky, the former Austro-Huugartan min ister of foreign affair, died veslerilav. aged Si year. He wa on of the great powers 01 niirnpe, navtng Helped lo ne gollale the triple alliance. Da Lana la.ld.at Sou led, Washington, Feb. 14. The slate de partment ulllclaily denied the renort al leelng that GeuerelFitshugh Lee, consul general lotuda, bait tendered hi reslg uation. Ill stated alms while detail are not obtainable, the matter regarding inn im umm mciiieiit nail aseumed such shape aa to be eutlrely satisfactory. The adjustment of the affair between the l ulled Stale and Spain 1 expected by tue state uepanmrnt. TAMFBHKD WITH MAIL. Wky TarpMla waa Saat a Imprautoa that Co. la Rlna and Ntaaraaaa are Maar war. New York. Feb. 14. A correspondent of the Herald, In Mauagua, telegraphs: Two nriusn warsnipe are lu Mcaraguan water, and more are expected. The Herald' Washington oorieepno lent says: There la a general Impreeelon Among diplomat ber that Cueta Ulca and Nicaragua are near war. It U tin expectation ot the Central American It tills city that President Zeli e will de maud a disavowal of Costa Rlca'a respon sibility In connection with the revolution In Ban Joan del Sur. BLOW TO Tuters. Ohio Court or Appeal. Itaalda. Ag.la.t tha Iroa Pipe Tra.t. Cincinnati. Feb. 14. The United State circuit court ot appeals for the Sixth cir cuit to day decided the cast Iron pipe trust ease. Justice Marlon and Circuit Juda-ea Taft and Burton composed the court Taft delivered the opiulon. The court of ap peal neiii, nrst, mat a eoutract of asso ciation, even If the price Oxed under It are reasonable and It only purpose to prevent competition, aa claimed bv the defendant. It waa, nevertheless. void at the common law because lo tbe restraint ot trail aud an attempted monopoly; second, that the prices were not reasonable and the purpose was an attempted monopoly; third, that the trade restrained by the contract of association wa the negotiation and rale of pipe to be delivered across the border of the state and thla waa, under all the de cision ot th supreme court, Interstate commerce; and fourth, as conclusion from these premise, that the contract of asso ciation was a reetraiul aud burden on Interstate commerce aud a violation of tbe federal anti-trust law aud should be rnjoiued. AffAlK IN CI HA. Haaaa A.e. Prv.ldant tow lnformst'oa aa tha SutiJ.at. Washington. Feb. 14. Kvery repub lican member of the house received a special notification to be in his seat at uisiu to-day. t balrman Hltt, 01 the for stgu affair committee. Intend to call up the w llllam resolution calling on the preeident for Information regarding the ntutloo In Cuba. Thi resolution was unanimously reported by the forelgo affair committee, but It waa feared that au attempt might be made In the house to amend it Tbe house adopted a resolution calling for the correspondence between German tud the I ulted State relative to the ex clusion of our fruits and h rsee; also, tha Williams resolution calling tor Informa tion regarding the altnatiou u Cuba There waa no excitement. IN THK HKNATK. Senator Morgan to-day reported from tbe committee 011 foreign relations an amendment to diplomatic aud consular appropriation bill, offered by Allen, ot Nebraska, recognizing the belligerency f Cuba. The report staled that the sen ate hail already acted on this matter and would be glad to have tha bouse co operate In securing tbe recogultlon of belligerency. Henalor Harris, or Kansas, introouceo a resolution calling for Information re gardlng the abandonment of the govern muni's purpose to bid lu the Kansas I'a- Itaal Caahlag Ha.aaa. New York, Feb. 14 It I known on the highest authority that Ihe real reason for sending tbe l ulled State torpedo boat fuelling to Havana waa that the Spanish authorities had been tampering wun man sent 10 me Daiueeliip Maine lu riavana naroor, ears lha Washington cor respondent of the Herald. t aptaln Slgsbee, of the Maine, sent a protest to Washington with the sugges tion that regular service be established between Key Weet and Havana bv means . . . - 01 a torpeoo Doat. a hs 111 1 a MAMTiN-a trial. Mrsral af tha atrikara Tsattrv Aaalaat Vim To-dar. Wllkesbarre. Pa.. Feb. 14. The four teenth day of the trial of Sheriff Martin tnd deputies, charged with killing strik er at Lattlmer, opened to-day, John Pustlon. a striker, teetided: "The sheriff told us to stop. Some ot the nieu went forward and I heard two vol leva from the fleputie. 1 waa shot in th right arm and aa I started to run I was shot In the right leg. I saw sli or seven deputise hoot a they walked away. Andrew Stult testified: "I carried the flag In the march. Tha sheriff seised one ot oar men and we pulled the man away from him. I ssw the sheriff pull the trigger of his revolver three or four time." Chlaa-a staaa Slaikat. Chicago, Feb. 14. Cattle Receipt, lO.fXJU Market, good, steady; others weak to Ke lower. Reeves, l3.H5dtB.4B; cow and heifers, t2.HW4.oO; stocker and feeders, i'J bote) 1.60; Texas steers, I3.60dt4.40. Sheep Receipt. 18,000. Market steady to strong. J'atlve sheep. 110M.70; westerns, r3.fKal.50; iamb. 4 4O06.7U. A. I. Wtldar Uaad. San Francisco, Feb. 14. A. D. Wilder, superintendent of tha western division ot th Southern Psoitis company, died to day of pueumouia. Oarrlaoa Halaroraad. Paris, Feb. 14. The garrison of Paris was reluforced by troops from Versailles. Atoaar Mar a aw New York, Feb. 14. Mone nominally, lis lj per cent, aautlle paper. Hoi 4. Prl on call, me auer- Hon. Pedro Csstlllo, ot Bernalillo, called at thla ofllce to-day and announced that hla daughter, Mlsa Adelaide, would be uuited lu marriage to Adalberto C. de Baca, of Santa Fe, at the Bernalillo Catholic church ou Thursday morning, at U o'ciiwk. After the ceremony al 11 o'clock a. m., a reception will be held at the reeldeuoe of the bride's parent, and in the evening a grand balle will be giv en. Tbe prospective groom la the son of Andre d de Baca, of Santa Fe. Thk Citikn extends congratulations In ad vauce to the happy young people. Km, Brown, colored, who flourished a slx-ehooter aud disturbed the peace by tiring a shot over the shoulders ot hi mother-In law last Saturday night, waa arrested Suuday morning, and at hi trial this moruiug Justice Crawford bound him over to the action of the next grand jury ot this county. In default of bonds of (250, he now occupies a cell at the county Jail. M. II. Dice, a brakeman on tha limited, which arrived in thla city this afternoon, itttempted to put a tramp off the train near La Junta this morning when the latter pulled a knife and alaehed him se verely. The tramp waa placed under ar rest at Raton and the brakemau was taken to the boepltal at Las Vegas. John Wlckstrom and Carl Hoffman will leave thla evening to purchase hand tome bar fixtures. Mr. Wlckstrom ha secured a (he-years' lease on the D.J. Abel property ou Railroad avenue, and stated this afternoon that he expected to htve a new resort ready and opeued for busiues on or about March 1. Miss Swam, ahealth-aeeksr.dledon the Highlands yesterday afternoon from con sumption. The body is being embslmed ami will be shipped to Chicago to mor row night. The deceased waa accompa nied here by ber mother and sister. Thomas Stewart, who has been ont west working on the Santa Fe Pacllle, expects to leave Gallup soon and will take a Job aa Ureman on the Southern Pa cific.. For Sale A good milch cow, yonng. Inquire at bouse north of Mausard s mill. Wanted Man Cook, to go to Gallup; u0 per mouth. Apply to Maun Bros. The Kconoiulst la the dry goods store. Picture trainee, Whitney Co. Mall Onlerrt (J I von Careful At tout Ion ami Promptly FIHrri li I ST Agent, for llutter lck Patterns and Dr. Jaeger Underwear. Another Special ! Men's Calf Shoes I Regular $4 Shoes! We are going to close them out at $1.0H. This is a bargain you will not get again in some time. Come early, they will not last long at the above price. GEO. C. GAINSLEY & CO., Reliable Shoe Dealers. LOOK AT THE PLUMS This week which thu Jim Store is ollcriiiir. Never before wero sucli bargains offered in Seasonable Up-to-dato Dress Goods, Kid Gloves, Men's Trousoi s and Negligco Shirts, Linen Towels, etc., in fact the careful buyer will find Plums in Every Department of our vast establishment during our Great February Sale. For tho latest modes and newest novelties alwavs follow tho crowd and go to tho Big Store. Every train brings us now Spring Goods. Dress Goods Plums. 50 piecei Dress Goods in Dlumtnated, two tone, plain and brocade goods, lovely plaids, handsome checks and beautiful brocades. All seasonable up-to-date tylet; just the thing for early spring wear. They are worth from 50c to 75c per yard, but we need the room more thsn we do the goods. Take your pick while they last at per q aa y'd ZOC Kid Glove Plums. LOT 1 Our regular $a.oo Mouiquetaire gloves in bla.k and tans; while rj-a q fr they last they go at ijuQ LOT 2 Consiats of dressed and undressed kid gloves in oxblood, tans, browns, greys and white. These are the regular $a.a giove, wnue tney last tney go rf)-a tZf CpXaUVJ at. Towel Plums. loo doxen check crash towels with fringed they go 1 enas (size 3a inches) ; while they last t See Window. Negligee Shirt Plums. Men's Laundered Negligee Shirts, all sizes; handsome assortment of patterns; f?ff while they last they go at, each . , . O J L See Window. Clothing Plums. Special bargains in men's fine trousers this week; handsome patterns and well-made, goods, at $1.25, $1.50, S2.00, 92.25 and $3.00. See Window Dlnnlay. J Batna WHITNEY COflPANY Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Furniture, Carpets, Crockery, Glassware, Lamps. Iron Pipes and Fittings. Largest Stock of Brass Goods in Now Mexico. Miner's and Engineers' Supplies. Ji AGENTS FOR. McCall Bazaar Patterns AH Patterns 10c and 15c NONE HIGHER. THE ECONOMIST MAIL ORDERS Filled Same Day as Received. 204 Railroad Avsnus, Albuquerque, ft. M. THE BEST LIGHTED STORE IN THE CITY. naoaaQauoooocffaoaaoaaDoaaaacuiaaoBaa Remnants I and I Odd Lots I On the Move to Make Room for New Stock It's Good Business to carry a Generous Stock, a wide variety, even up to the very end of a season We do It. It's Good Business to sell such a car-ried-over stock before the opening of a new season Wo are doing: It. Item nan U and Odd Lots In Every Department Must Go to make room for the new Shirt Waists, new Wash Goods, new Belts, new Neckwear, etc. See window Hinnlav Thi week there are many opportunities for Economy. Note the following: for Genaine Bar gains in Seasonable Merchandise. Everything- an AdvertiHed. unconcern nnnaoBmaaairaaQBaaoGOBO Shirt WuUtH Ladies' Shirt Waists in law 1 , Dimities and percales, worth up to $1.50 e:n It. i n saK; this week 25c each Wrapper Fleece-lined wrappers, new style, fast colors, if we have your size, on sale this wtek 75c Towel A lot of Huckaback and Turkish towels, odds and ends, regular aoc values, on sale this week JOo UiitlerHklrt Comprising French Satine, silk embroidery rutlles, were $1.75, on sale this week , 91.35 Good Satine, with ruflle, were 75c, on sale this week HHe Wool skirts, were 75c, on sale 5Uo White Good Comprising white lawn, figured Nainsooks, dimities, etc., worth up to 15c per yard, on sale this week Oc yard Waist Children's underwaists, odds and ends, worth up to 35c each, on sale 80 Silk Waist Comprising changeable TarTettas, new plaids, Pgured Taffettas and Chinas, have been selling at $5.50 to $8.50 each, on sale Lot No. 1 93.1)0 Lot No. a 9 OQ Corset W. C. C. Royal Worcester cor sets, odds and ends, worth up to $1.50 each, on sale this week OUo Underwear Ladies' vests and pants, on sale . . , tleece-lined ribbed a. 80 lleiniiuiit An accumulation of remnants of all kinds, choice per yard 5c Embroideries This is the last week of the embroidery sale. It will pay you to look at the goods and the prices. Such values in embroideries are not likely to be offered again. DON'T FAIL TO SEE The Economist Now Wasli Fabrics, Now Shirt Waists, Now Linen Collars and Cuffs, Now Uolts, Now Outings.