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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 1, 1898.
The White Squadron Now Ready for
THE INSURGENTS PREPARINQ TO ATTACK.
New T' March 1. "On the oar th
Whit Squadron opens Ore on Havana,
Maximo Gomi will brgln the attark tT
land. He will kp on fighting until
Havana anrrendrre or nothing la left ot
It bat hoap ot ruins."
These word were uwd In Tampa, Fla.,
to a World eorreepondent by Kinlllo
Nonet, who commanded the Qllbuatwlng
iprditlon which ha been landed Id
Cat) from the eteamer Dauntleaa.
He added: Garcia U now besieging
Itaramo, and General Pando, with a8,OU
men la trying to force hla war up the
Cautri river to dislodge him.
"In the open country, between Marcla
and Havana, Gomel 1 slowly but surely
working toward the capital, burning
plantations as be goes.
"As Blanco ricall hla troops to protect
Havana, Gomel draws nearer from the
ast and Rodrlguei and Dial from the
went. They all expect that the United
State will declare war. The moment
that happen they will mass their forces
and co-operate with the United States
fleet, Haraua will fall and Cuba will be
TBI wain nUl'AUHON.
The War fthlp. of I'nrta Mom !
Chicago, Muroh 1. A epclal to the
Chronicle from Key Went wira: The fleet
here, made np of the New York, Iowa,
aUrblehewd, Mm tK"mi'!j. Nashville,
Ouehing and Krtw-uii, an well as the
three tattleHliips Iii'llaua, Texas and
Maicichu-elta, now at Dry Tortugat,
have received orders to hold themwlvea
In readiness to htart for Havana at the
.Up of the diura. The Detroit his left
. here for Dry Turtugus to Join the nquiut-
The orders came Sunday from Long In
Weshlugton to Admiral aiiard and. ere
aid to be based on Information . wired
from Havana by Captain Bache, of the
I'uiU-J Statee f purvey boil, Tbo
told such a story of the heated etate of
the Havana public and the probability ot
riot at auy moment, and the danger to
Americans now in Havana, that Long at
once made the order indicated.
Diarlo del Kjeoeclto, the Spanish army
gaxette, received here trout Havana, aaye
that Spain has notified the United States
that the Maine's remains must not be
removed and work muet stop nntil the
government has received the report of
the United States eoart ot Inquiry.
XII NKVt tKOa HAVANA.
Tb. CaMaat Claim, to H. ao luforiua
tloa Begarillui tha Malna,
Washington, March 1. A meeting of
the cabinet to-day disclosed the fart that
the government is ctHl without news re
garding the cauae ot the dUaater to the
The court of inquiry has not Indicated
In any way Ute -trend of the investiga
tion, and the preeldeut and members of
the cabinet are aa completely In the dark
as the day after the exploeion.
Following the cabinet meeting a report
was circulated that Secretary Long bad
eitated that an element of SpanlNh respon
sibility had been eliminated from the in
cident of the dleaeter to the Maine. To
representative of the Amwclated Free
he said bis reference to Spain's responsi
bility was that the ttiieetiou of any oft!
rial participation by the Spauleh govern
ment In the destruction of the Maine was
radically eliminated, In hla Judgment,
and be deetred to have it made clear that
this was bis personal view,
No advices have been received either by
the etate or navy departments that
would warrant a statement that the
Spanish officials of Havana have at
tempted to Interpose any obstacles to tlx
prosecution ot the work of the wreckers
on the Malue'a hull.
COIHT Or INUIIKY.
Judf. Adrorato KlpaaU to Oat
Key West, Fla., March 1. The eourt
adjourned for lunch after examining
four engineer officers aud eight enlisted
men of the Maine.
The afternoon session will be devoted
to hearing the testimony of the enlisted
men of the Maine.
Judge Advocate Marlx said: "We have
done good work and are clearing up here
In great shape. We may get through to
Klundlka Kalltf Party Kaeallad aud
tha Kalndaar to Sold.
Washington. March 1. The war de
partment baa decided to abandon its ex
poditlon for the relief of miners In the
Klondike country, because the conclusion
baa been reached that no necessity exists
tor It Secretary Alger ha written a
letter to Senator Hawley, chairman ot
FOUR GOOD WATCHES.
Hamilton, 17.1 $'3.00
Elgin, 21J :.().()(
Vanguard, JJ1J KMX)
ClrutMi Precision Watcli, nothing hot
ter made ti.1l.00
Theee are all specially adjusted and rated in position for Railroad
Service. We return you money if they fail to pass inspection.
Loading Jaweler, II, R, Av., Albuquarqua, N. M.
the senate committee on military affairs.
explaining the department position and
axklng eongrert to take action by joint
resolution aiithorlxlng the department toj
dispone of the supplies purchased for the
expedition, Including the reindeer just
arrived from Norway, and to abandon the
That Coantrj Makla Effort, ta Sacnra
Madrid, March 1. Jingo papers pub
Hub exhaufttiv dispatcher from New
York and Washington to the effect that
the relations between the United State
nd Spain are hourly becoming more
itralued, and attributing to President
McKluley a aeries ot autl Spanish dera
tion. Admiral Bermejo, mlnleter of marine.
Is actively seeking the beet means to pro
rare additional warships.
CONKTBUl'TOBS Of TIIK MAINS.
Thay will ba ftaat to Havaaa to Kaamln.
tha Boakxa Ship.
Washington, March 1. Secretary
Long has directed that Naval Construc
tor Hoover and Carpenter Helm report to
the naval court at Key Went. It is ex
pected that they will go to Havana when
the court returns there, and from their
familiarity with the structure ot the
Maine, on which both men worked when
she wa built In the New York navy
yard, will be ot great BUtance, not
only In suggeliug easy methods ot work
tor the divers, but alw In Identifying
portions ot the wreck.
Officials stamp without foundation the
report that the squadron was yesterday
ordered to b held In readinee to sail for
cocht ot iwyi iar.
Roaaa !ay' IWaaloa of tha laraatlfalloa
or tha Mala Dlaaalar.
u aej ti esb, f ia, atarcn i. inssewua
day' seeeton here ot the UnMed Btate
eourt of inquiry into the lose ot the battle
ship Maine began at 10 o'clock. Muetot
the officers examined yesterday have been
Informed that they might be recalled and
were all on band, though it la reported
that they will not be re-examined outll
the court returns from the second vlrlt to
lloth Honaaa ladulga la a Largo Aniouat
Washington, March 1. The house Is
discussing the Loud bill, which excludes
from classification aa second-class mall
matter which pays postage at the rate of
one cent a pound, books and reprint of
book printed In serial form, "sample
eoiiies" of newspapers or periodicals, un
sold copies from agents, aud all publica
tion designed primarily for advertising
purpose. All such publications, by Its
terms, would go into the third class,
which pays 6 cents a pound.
The senate to-day passed the Bacon
resolution for the erection at some suita
ble place In the capitol of a brouie mem
orlal tablet commemorative of officers
and sailors who lost their lives in the
Perkins, California, made an eloquent
speech of eulogy ot the American navy.
Hoar endeavored to have a conference
committee appoluted ou the bankruptcy
bill, but Stewart talked until Z o'clock,
when the Alaskan right of way and home
stead bill came under the regular order.
Hawllna, Utah, resumed his speech op
poslug Die bill.
Spaal.U Franilar HopafuL
Madrid, March 1. Premier Sagasta la
quoted in an interview aa saying that he
expected satisfactory news from Cuba
before April. In the same interview Sa
gasta said: "In view of the lucreaseln
the price of grain In Spain, the govern
nieut has decided to reduce the Import
Chleoa-o BUM Maikal.
Chicago, March 1. Cattle Receipt,
4,000. Market steady.
Beeves, t3.H5tjft.45; cow and heifers.
10(c( 4. 40; stockers and feeders, $3.40(4
4.40; Texas steers, $3.50(34 .35.
Sheep Receipts, 17,000. Market weak
Native sheep, t3.10id4.li5; westerns,
t3oOt!;4.5S; lambs, 14 2150.
Tha Rio Oraoda Hall war to ba ritoadad
Denver, Colo., March 1. The Times
this afternoon says that from certain de
velopments that have come to light re
cently, It is stated on what appears to be
the best ot authority that the Denver Si
Rio Grande railroad la seriously contem
plating extension Into New Mexico, as
tar aa Cochltl and possibly further. A
local railroad man returned from the
southern part of the state to day, bring
ing Information which leads to the belief
that work on the grade of the proposed
new line will be commenced very shortly
and that It Is the Intention of the Denver
and I'.lo Grande to have the road open In
time to handle next fall the ore output of
Cochlll and adjoining districts that will
be taken out ot the mine during the
KM A TOR. 41'MRITINO,
Part 7 or Tutting- Stataamaa will Take a
Trip to C aba,
Washington, March l.-A party of sen
ator and member of the house will leave
Washington to day for a trip to Cuba,
The party will constat of Senator Gal
linger, Thurston and Money, and Repre
sentative Amos J. dimming and Wil
liam Alden Smith and wive.
Senator Thurston said to-day that the
trip was undertaken for the purpose of
making a personal Investigation ot af
fairs In Cuba.
He said the party would be absent
about ten days, which would allow sev
eral day In Cuba.
Loat at Im.
Adelaide, South Australia, March L
The French bark. President Kellx Fanre,
Captain Koswtrd, from Barry for Port
Pierde, arrived here and report that dur
ing a gale on Feb. 2, her second mate and
fifteen sailor were swept overboard.
Mia MeClaad Iunrad.
Tbl afternoon, at 1:80 o'clock, Mis
Ktliel McCloud and a gentleman friend
took a horseback rid throughout the
city, and on returning the horse ridden
by Mis McCloud ah led at the cor
ner ot Railroad avenue and Third
street, and tell, with the lady under
neath the animal. Sheriff Hubbell and
other, standing near by, roshed to the
lady' assistance, and the sheriff
lifted her Into his buggy, driving
her to the Sturge Kuropein,
here she and her friend, Mis May
Murray, have been stopping for several
weeks. Iir. Aubrlght was summoned,
and It hi learned that the lady ha receiv
ed some very serious bruise about the
body and limbs. It Is also understood
that the hor- attempted to throw it
rider at the Sturge Kuropean corner,
but the lady bravely staid In the saddle
and was on her way to the stable when
the painful accident occurred.
Uought Gonaalaa' ahaop.
Lou la Trailer, the sheep and wool
man, ha bought the flock ot sheep be
longing to Manuel Gonxalee, who is
awaiting the action ot the grand Jury
for the killing ot Frank Gutlerrea. The
Hock evaaisu ot lXl aeitd ct hrp,
which are grazing in the vicinity of Las
Vega. P. Rhoada, a sheep and catt!
man of Colorado, came down to look at
the flock with the intention of purchas
ing. Mr. Trauer met him at La Vegas
and together they went out to look at the
Regular meeting ot Albuquerque Ku-
campuient No. 4, 1. 0. 0. F., to-night at
7 JO. A large class of candidate for the
R. P. degree. Kvery member should at
tend. A supper will be served. By order
of the C. P. Calvin Whitino
P. Mcui'HY, Scribe.
Our new goods are arriving rapidly and
are being displayed now In our store.
Beauty ot designs aud low prices, oonsld
erlng the high grade ot the goods, will
be the talk ot the town whenever the
goods are shown up. The latest style in
spring suite and fancy shirt have Just
been opened np. Simon Stein, the Rail
road avenue clothier.
AndProdaoada Vary Curious Lattarasa
One of th progressive school teachers
of Maricopa county, Arixoua, la an ar
dent advocate ot the phonetic system of
spelling, and ha the courage
of hla convictions, aays the
Phoenix Gaxette. Friday he sent
County Superintendent Crouse a neatly
type-written letter gotten up in the fol
"It li wldh plexhur I Inform yu dhat
dhe average attendant ov plnpi.z In dhe
scoolz diurlug dhe first live munthaov
dhe current scool year was aeventi.
Thinsipal ov Sku Scool."
"Jack, Tha HuKgar."
A maniac, for so bis action would In
dicate, that he la claiming to be John
Creed, who arrived In town last week,
caused quite a little excitement among
th? fair sex by his unseemly conduct. It
seems that be was fired out of Wluslow
for his actions at that place, and a like
fate met htm here assoou aa be was found
out. He made himself very disa
greeable by following unattended ladles
for several nights, aud hi actions earned
him the sobriquet of '-Jack, the Hugger."
Fortunately, be was discovered before
any harm was done, and led to the east'
ern limits of the camp aud told to scoot
on the double. He scooted. Look out for
him, Albuquerque. We certainly hope
that he may be gathered in aud put in
summer quarters before lie commit a
crime. Gallup 0 leaner,
George Couttx, of the Santa Fe Pacific
shops, la taking a few days lay-off to
show the city to his brother, A. L. Coutte,
who arrived here Sunday night from
Roanoke, Virginia. Mr. Coutte Uanex
pert printer, and will look for a bust
Two quite Important cattle deals have
occurred here In the past week. Henry
Myers sold hla cattle aud ranches to
Meesrs. Kendall aud Dines, while F. ii,
Winston t Co. purchased the cattle herd
of the Reilly Bros. Hillsboro Advocate.
I-ast Saturday afternoon Mrs. J. II.
Robinson stepped backward and fell Into
au open cellar. She suffered several bad
Injuries, which will online her to the
bed for some time.
House cleaning time will soon be here.
Order your carpet and curtains, etc,,
now at Ufeld Bros.
Alt! APPOINTMENTS !
President McKioley Advancing
Grades of Deserving Officers.
nt Indiana Lynchers Are All Belnr
On at the Prlncci f Earop will Apply
for a Divorce.
riDiiAi kiat nrricTiow taw.
Washington, March 1. The president
to-day seut theee nomination to the
War Lieutenant-Colonel Tolkmar, a
ststant adjutant-general to be colonel
and aselstaut adjutant-general. Major
Arthur Wagner, assistant adjutant-general
to be llentenaut-colonel and assist
ant adjutant-general. Captain George
Andrews, Twentieth Infantry, to be major
and assistant adjutant-general.
Interior William A. Merrill, register
land ollloe, Lamar, Colo.
Haw la Ualoa,
Special to the CltUcn.
Phoenix, March 1. The transfer ot the
olllc of United State attorney tor Arl
toua from Mr. Killnwood to th new ap
pointee, Hon. U. B. Morrison, took place
to-day. The present, or rather retiring
incumbent, will remain In the ofOce tor
several days, so a to acquaint Mr. Mor
rison with tb character and history of
th case now pending.
UK AT INTPBCTIOM.
Th fadaral Maal la.poHoa Law Donlar
Washington, March 1 Th decision of
Judge Rodger at Fort Smith, Ark., yes
terday, holding that the United State
federal meat Inspection law U unconsti
tutional, apparently cause no concern
to the official ot the agricultural depart
ment, under wboee administration the
law 1 executed. They regard th de
cision as largely technical In character,
which will not affect the practical opera
Hon ot the law when applied to the In
spection ot meat Intended tor Inter
state traffic or export to foreign coun
A Dual aad a Dlvoroo la Priaralr Karo.
. Vienna, March I. Prince Phillip, oi
Saxe-Coburg Gothe, ha taken prelim
inary steps to obtain a divorce from bis
wife. Prince Loots, ot Belgium, th
eldest daughter of King Leopold.
Phillip fonght a duel Feb. 18. with
Lieutenant Mattachlch Keglevltch, under
stringent eondltlons--flrst with pistols,
then with swords. Th prince was
severely wounded In the right arm. The
cause ot the duel date from a year back,
when tha love affair of the Princes
Louise, who eloped with the lleuteuant,
was the talk ot Vienna.
Kanaaa Cltjr Mark at.
Kansas City, March 1. Cattle Re
ceipts. 8,000 Market steady to strong.
Texas steer, t3.2S34.2fi; Texas cows.
t3.tOi33.25; native steers, 3 8ft.t5.2rS;
native cow and heifers, 12.25(44 10;
itocker and feeders, t3.&(g5.t0; bulls,
Sheep Receipt, 4,000; market strong
Lambs, t5.C0tj:5.45; muttons, fi.HOt 60.
Pekln, March 1. The Anglo-German
loan contract were signed yesterday. In
terest was fixed at V$ per cent redeem
able In 45 years. The contract price 1
H3. The Dual Kiao thou treaty la not
Tha Ml Hag Kallrood.
Special to The Clliieo.
Preaoott, Arixoua, March 1.-8. R. 11.
Robinson arrived her yesterday from
Phoenix, and to-day la establishing his
camp and organizing hi crew for the
grading ot the new Big Bug railroad
The headquarter camp will be located at
Maaslcks' siding, from which place the
first work will be done. There la to be a
orklng force of 800 men, divided Into
five camp and located at different points
along the route ot the new road. The
work will be commenced at once and
rapidly pushed uutll the road I com
pleted. Chlrogo Urmia Markat.
Chicago, March 1. Wheat March,
LOGS; May, 1.05'. Corn March,
2U4e; May, XX . Oats-March, 35 4c;
A Banator la Cuba.
Havana, March 1. Senator Proctor
will take a trip to the province, proba
bly Qrst going to Plnar del Rio.
Allagad LfBcbara Aeqalttod.
Ullleboro, Ind., March 1. Justice
Craig, at Cross Place, to-day rendered a
verdict acquitting Hex Hugh, charged In
We would like to hIiow
NEW BICYCLE SHOE
Of the Celebrated
NORMAN & BENNETT MAKE.
The finest line in Albuquerque to
select from at Popular PrleeH.
GEO. C. GAINSLEY & CO.,
Reliable Shoe Dealers.
an affidavit Died by Governor Mount with
complicity In the Versallle lynching.
Attorney-General Ketchem In an Inter
view stated: "It I evident from all the
evidence obtainable that th Ova men
broxe Jill and hung themselves."
Sydney, N. 8. W March 1. A tertifle
hurricane devastated New Caledonia, do
ing great damage to shipping. Tb
French gunboat Loyalty waa sank.
w York, March 1, Money on call,
nominally l','i2H per cent. Prim
mercantile paper. 8Vi.
New York, Maroh
Lead, 3 60,
1. Silver, 56 'e;
New York, March 1. Copper, 10,
Dl.trlrl Coart Mow.
Jo Ige Crnmpacker to-day approved the
account of Sheriff Benelux, of Valencia
la th case ot the Territory vs. Jo
Lnp! for contempt of court for not ap
pearing at Lo Luna, when summoned,
the defendant waa released upon giving
a satisfactory reason to th Judge for hi
Several minor matter from Valencia
e unty were disposed ot and the affair
ot th term wound up.
Mr. Lola De Mar Butler was granted
an absolute divorce from Waller C. Butler,
pEATR or MR. LAMPABTKR.
Dlad I jut Night at Rar Homo from
' riaarl.y ADar Short lllaosa.
Mm. Augusta Lain par ter, wife of Chris
topher Lamparter, died at their real-
dene at 700 North Third street at 9:40
o'cio.-.k last inlght, from pleurisy. She
caught a cold last week, but It waa not
eousidered aerlou ontll Sunday night,
when it turned Into pleurisy. Even then
b-r condition waa not considered alarm
ing, aud the sudden death waa probably
caused by the pleurisy reaching the
The deceased was born In Wnrtetuberg.
iepuany, fifty-nine years ago, and cam
to tlili eoontry In 1M. Sb lived with
her b'tsband for many year In St Loula,
Mo., aud ouuie to Albuquerque In 18H3,
slue which time she ha resided her.
while living In Bt Louis be suffered
fritm brouchlal trouble, but experienced
great relief when she cam to New
BU leave her husband, Christopher
Lamparter, who 1 a member ot tha Arm
of J. Korber & Co- and on daughter.
Mr. B. C Robertson, to mourn the loss
ot a faithful wire and a kind, true
mcther. During her tay ner sha ha
made a large number ot friends by her
kindly, CfirlBtlan ways, who will deeply
sympathlxe with th husband and daugh-
htor In their great loan.
The funeral will take plaoa from the
residence, at 700 North Third ttreet at 2
o'clock to morrow afternoon and all the
friend ot tb family ar Invited to at
tend. Rev. T. C. Beattia will conduct the
W. J. Vloji Bone, formerly of this
city, la a member ot th Arm ot Ransom,
Bone A Co., broker and manufacturers'
agents. City ot kleiloo. Thi Citikkn
has already made mention of th mar
riage of Ur. Bone to Ml Ada K. Guth
rie, ot thbtolty, thta bappy event occur-
nug at the City ot Mexico on February
3, 181-8. at 4 p. ni, by the Rv. Uenry
Nicolas TroJIllo and Romaldo Guar-
dlola, who wer arrested last night alter
stealing some coal from the Crescent
Coal company, will have their trial be
fore Juatlc Ribbl on Saturday. Tb
reason why they are not more speedily
brought to trial is becau Justice Ribbl
lscoullned to bis room at th present
time with an attack of the grip.
Mrs, Lulu B. Blackmore, who arrived
here laat Sunday evening from Atchlaon,
accompanied by her husband, J. C. Black
more, and Mlaa Canute Bryant and Mis
Caro French, died at 10 o'clock last night,
riie remains are being embalmed by tin
lertaker Montfort and will be shipped to
Burllogatue, Kan, to-morrow night.
The Mutual Building association ot
Albuqueru.il seem to b doing a flour-
Uhlug buainesa. At a meeting last
night at tb office of Secretary A. K.
Walker one loan for t&0 was granted
aud a number ot other application for
loan were received aud ar under eon-
Mrs. R. C. Welduer, wife of extra con
ductor, K. C. Weldner, left last night for
Kort Wayne, Ind., where etie will visit
relative aud friends for a few week.
Miss Zella will meet her mother at Chi
cago. The three hobo caught stealing a rid
in a car of orange were given fifteen
ilav aptec on the street gang by Justict
Crawford yesterday afternoon,
C. C. Hall atid wl(, of thta city, ar
spending a fw days In Han Bernardino,
Mall Orders Given
and Promptly Filled
"First in War, First iu Peaco and First in the Hearts of
His Countrymen." And he never told a lie.
The Big Store
Is First to bring on tho Latest Styles, First to make tho
prices within tho reach of all and First in tho esteem of an
appreciative public. And wo never misrepresent our goods.
Our Spring Stock Is About All
Dress Goods. Laces and Embroideries. New Silks.
Our atcck thia acason i. larger Our new patterns ta Lacea and . 4 . . c.,t
and prettier than ever. High Embroideries this season are Pu,r ?eT,prWt0Ck, f
novelty pattern, exclusive de- perfect dreams They are includes beauuful novelty plaids,
signs, plain goods in all the lat- ' rettier and daintier than ever Rmaa tr!Pei nd t'
est shades fancy weaves novel before. See the new all-over fdines for walat Mtteraa-oo
eflects, in fact all the latest and ,ace ln cream and black, Lace two aJike. Also full Un of
newest modes will be found -Tucking and other new de- ffttci.Ioie' P'tt
hcre- signs. They have to be seen Wa,h Uk, Gro GTt,S v
Wash Goods. tob"d. TJoT'
Wiziztr j ,
KKSai Clack Goods.
numerous ,o mention. Jj ffcJnkled UbtrTy ffiSK
Carpet Department. I 'iSSSSSAZ X
If you need a new Carpet here lPnQa lOrnnf a We have all the latest weaves
is where you can get choice se- A' too J. LU111S. j Henrietta, Cashmere, Brill
lections and at bottom prices, The new style trimming we ianteen, Jacquard, Cravenette,
from a cheap Ingrain to the are showing quite a variety Sublime, Grenadine, Armure,
finest Velvet Car net, Just re- in Net with Jet effects, beaded Serges, Batiste and Brocade
ceived, new line of Art Squares, Fronts in Pearl and Colors, and Novelty Weaves of every
Rugs and Lace Curtains. Gold effects set with Opals, etc. variety.
Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Furniture,
Carpets, Crockery, Glassware, Lamps.
Iron Pipes and Fittings.
Largest Stock of Brass
Goods in New Mexico
Miner's and Engineers' Supplies.
AH Patterns 10c ana 15c
Ladle Uv oil oat of
town who wteh Ut Uk
.(.vtntiifc.e of this wil
will pie-use ctij ortirra
early iu order to prevent
will be tilled aa lotia; aa
tha preterit atock lautta),
but will mb duplicated
at three price
m in run nm
In. .... Remember.
Rallroftd Avenue. Albuquerque.
THE 1IE8T LIGHTED HTORK IN
DRY GOODS STORE.
Agent for Hotter
tck's Patterns and
Dr. Jaeger Underwear.
It Is No Tronb!9 to SHcv Goods.
Day as Received.
Bettor goods tor th
aui moutty, or a in
good for lo mony