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l.ibisrr of ConRresi rrn LBCaUEBQCE DAILY J JOB ritlXTINO T la aO K numcraua ana1 itrtrai r BOOS BINDING; 4 fcrancha neatly rfoaa at A raZI OITXBBN. VOLUME 12. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 16, 1898. NUMBER 127. A Citizen HE i vave SENATOR ELKINS TALKS SENSIBLY! He Explains the Country With Spain. FILIBUSTERING EXPEDITION TO CUBA. New York. March 1(5. Senator Kliins. In nlxiicd c t itfiiifnt in tlio World, mtk: "l'p to till, moment tlif I lilted Mates had no rsiieo for war with HimIii. rfaln In dimply trying to hold wIirI tipimig to her, and wrul haa hwo hers (he (mil vm tnrjr or mora. Jmt a the l ulled titatea did In tha civil war. "Wrin it teoomea Jimt and right for til" I'nitnl Slatra to remauls tlif liule penitence: r( (u, It will he J'wt and rlglit (or other Matiuu to do ll.e nam thing. "If Spain dhnnM dUavnw Bnr know ledgd or artirltitluii In llix I. lowing u of Ilia Main ond IiihIhI mi aiitiiululiig the matter of pa in g luilt-niuilj to a court of aibltrittuiii, at ilif Hni time ex preving a willltiiriieiMto nli'ite li)r the itw ciHlon, 1 do mt tlili.k the I'tillrd Statin could well alTold lo refune. "lrt-lilu had nothing t.ido with the Mowli g np of the Maine, and It w the art of IrreapotiKtlile purtlr. It wa crime against hiiinnuItT and civil titlon. a runrh agnliiHt SmiQ ad agaiiirtl tin) I'nit ed mates." IlLlllt'HTKHINII IXI'KUITION. II I. Orgitnl.lnc In Mew Vork lo Aid 4'ab.a I a. argent. Madrid. Match HI. The government had b' en a lvietd hy the HihiiIhIi coiimiIii tint tllllmiti rmg exp'd timid are orjuii Izlng in New York and Klnriilu. Oietined t'ir Cnl'H The pi m N to Im d In Porio lllrn. Ihe H.Hi l"h nilnlHter at ttah Ington hud t-en InniniOil t nihk.' mm ml reprewdtmloim agninxt mrli viola tion of Itit-riiatli iihI law. Hpnnleh war vewelHOti the coRNid of tmth IhIiiiiiIm wi henceforth display more rigor In iVul li g with lllilumti-ri're. To-iIhjt the majority of the Madrid pre Midd'hly chimgi'd tone, reconi nii'inlli g the people to kcipri ol and have no frar of Atnrlen naval or mili tary prepiirationp, en diia nr Jingo me naree. They are merely IntPiiileil, It la de clared, to ellx.w Spain ino conreaalone In all the pending ii atlona, vlitirtlly ainoiin'lng to r cgiiitii n of American pretenaloiia to nit'illiite or Interfere In Cuban affairs 'PKKilllKNT'N OWN." Cantoa. Ohio. Ital.lug a Regiment of Vol antacr. rnr Wr with ftpaln. Canton, Ohio, Mari-h Irt The ulllcere liave been named for a regiment of pro vlalonal troopa rrRHii'iil in thla city to be known ad the TieMd.-nfn Own." The regiment it coiiiivmo-1 of more than tkiO volnnti'era at prew nt, Ini'ludlng aomaof the bot young meu i i the city. Harry Kreae, ho conr endid onipany I, Klghth Ohio Nation'. I Hoard, la colonel. Janiea McKlnley. t e hew of the preal dent, Id aergeunt VMtliln twenty four honra after the ci-'.l for tinrpa, the Can ton reglaieut will be ready to march. bai.k iimrLnrni. I'altad blalM !' !,ftoo,000 fur Two llraallua WurMil, London, March HI. The Unal contract providing for the diilo of the war hlpa AmhZniiaa and Alnilraute to the I'nit d Hlat'H had ben elgnid. The price la noruethlng over t'2.5 (l.coO for both h!iIm. An American crew from Llabon la ex pected to take poKHeiidon of the Amazonaa on Friday. The llraziliau government, according to the dhpatchea received to (av, will not eel I any o ore war ahlna for the preaent, except twi coaat defenae elnps being tin lit in France. There waa nptiittd bidding between the United Htutea and Spain for the A'nazonaa and Almlrante up to the lust. Itlaeaidthat tr atrongly eynip.tliizea with the Cabana. kTATK I.N I .N I ION. Itliod l.Uod Kepulillran. I'ut Tick. I In 111. lid. Providence, K. I.. March 1(1. The re pnbllcan elate convention to day noinl imted for goveruor, Kllaha Dyer; lieu tenant governor, VMIIIum J. Oregory; aoi retary of Htate, Charlea P. Kennett; at torney general, vV, H. I, aimer; general treasurer, W. A. Keed; adjutant general, 0. M. Sackett; auditor; A. C. Lamia i an perlntendeut of ediic:itloii, T H. Stock well. All except Gregory and Keed are retiomliiattona. Court of Joqulrjr. Key Weet, Kla.. March 10. The Tulteil Htatea lighthouee tender Mangrove ar rived here thta morning from Havana, having on bo.ird the inemherd of the l iiittd Ktateu court of inquiry appointed to Inquire into the loaa ol the Maine. Iur4'ha.d a Vat'lit. New York. March HI. The Herald eaya that Ihe government haa purchaHed the etram yacht Mnytlower, capable of main talulng a speed of more than twenty knots an hour at aea. She la the llrat veaael of the merchant marine added to the naval service. Mill N.il aril luba. Vmtrld March id. A mi i tlirial agency to day pijhllehea the following an in uiicemetit: "It In liceli sH to talk of the rule of ( lit a. 1 he rale could not be ar rur gid exi-i't by parliament, and it la alMinl to llniik thai any ht anlsh cham ber would agree to veil the ihlaud at any pclce." t IlrfHrliueitl CouiiitNiHl. r. Atlanta, (ia., March K). Brigadier (ienerul M. W (iriihaiu, commander of the department of the eolith, and Ills chief of staff, Lieutenant Adams, arrived at Atlanta to day. FalMPumor llrulrd Washington, March 18. Groavenor, Ohio, in the house this afternoon, denied emphatically that the president desired eougrewi to adjourn in the Immediate fu DIAMONDS. We have an ek-gant line of loose and mounted Diamonds. If you are contemplating the purchase of Diamond Jewelry we would like to show you our goods. lLoTvca.lns Jowolor. Established 1883. - - R, R. Ave., Albuquerque. N. M. Relations of This ture. "The euggeation that the president haa fixed a date for adjournment or wished In fix date," dald he, "Id aheo lutely without foundation and ridicu lous. Tim Ktteadeil. Washington. Msrch til The hnn paaeed a lull extending the time In which tie Arkansaa, Texas A. Mexlc-iii Central railr'wd may c malruct a branch through Ihe Indian territory, and then reeuiued consideration of the pnetollice appropria tion tun. Japaa lluy. a Torpedo float. London, March lit. A dlnpatch from Kiel eaya that Japan haa iurchaael torpedo corvette, wnlch wad being built there by the Kiupps for Htazll. Kpata lluylng hhlp. Iter I In, March HI. Senor SandoTnl, Spanish agent, la negotiating for the purrhaae of the old and elow steamers of the North (n rmau Lloyd Steamship com puny. ( an't Hal. a Loan. Londnn, March Irt. The Kothachllda deny that Spain la trying to raise a loan of .Vi,ihhVk 0 In Loudon, and add that Spain could not raiae any money In re. Ilauk Mnlibrd. Mount I'li aaant. ilich., March HI. The l'eo.lea' Saviuga li,nk and eafety Vault w.a rohbt'd of :I,mki hmt night; dupli cate keja wereii-wd. The bauk la In the hatiila of a receiver. el'AIM OII.IMT. That Coiuilry I. Not 1'lrw.d Kith tha War I'repHrMlloli. la Aniprlra. Warhington, Mutch IK The war prep araliuna Ih-Iiu made by the Luited States have come to the otllcial htteutluti of the npanlsh government, and the viewaof the Spanish cabinet thereon have been communicated to the statu department hole 1. do not appear that the Spani-h government chilma or aeaerta the right lo ouehlton the meaeurea the In lieu Mites might ailopt, even though they may be of a character to Indicate prep arallona for war. It la rather by way of reprenetitationa, eouveyed In a frieudly spirit and without threat aa to the serious Inllueucee these prep arallona will have In encouraging the Cuban Insurgent at a niotneut when Ihe autonomy plan Id to have IU crucial le t through the Cuban election, and In this way defeat the reforms Premier 8a-g-isla la seeking to carry out. In the same apirit of friendly representation, Spain haa poluted out that a war by the l ulled Stale against Spain under auch clrcumatancea, would be unJiiatlQable before the world and a crime against hu manity and civilization. I'Mi.l. Urla Market. Chicago, March HI. Wheat May. UH; July, 81 Corn March, 2c; May, 2ltJ4iaC, data March, iH '4i(t2l,;,c; May. 2oS"-''"'. Mou.f Maraou New York, March HI. Money on call, nominally, at 'Ita-'i per cent. Prime mercantile paper, iit'io per cent. aiivor toil Loao. New York, March HI. Silver, GoV;; Lead, 13.60. riKK IN t IIICAOO. Many falallllM ami Aechlauta at a Burn log llulldlug. Chicago, March Hi. A uuruber of peo ple wete forced to Jump In u Ihe upper wludows by a tire to-day In t. e building occupied by the Natioual Mualc comiany ami the Cotiover Piauo company at the corner of VSaha-h avenue and Adama atreet. Kdw.rd B.nua, cashier of the Sweet nailach compauy, leaped from the alxlh lloor and waa daahed to death, lwo ollnra are reported killed. The uumlwr injur-d la aald to be Ufleeu. Eeveral exploaloua occurred and there waa panic on the crowded buaiueea Bireeta iu the vicinity. The lire waa brought under control allot tly before uoou. ihe fatalitlea, ac curding to the latest eeti males, will not be more thau Ufleeu. Kallmaten aa high as sixiy were made, but It la believed that these are much exaggerated. The gueeta of the Wellington hotel across the street from the lire, were with dilllt'ulty restrained from Jumping into the atreet. A numtier of people iu the burning bulldlug did jump, some being killed outright. Fifteen others were In jured Iu jumping. Hie greatest loaa of life occuned among thorn) who did not even have a chance to get to the win dows. The front of the building was blown out by a lerrlllc explosion followed by several others in rapid succeaniou aud the entire building was quickly covered with Humes. It seemed impossible that any one Iu the front part of the building who did not jump could have escaped. I he police could scarcely carry Ihi dead aud injured to places of safety ou ac count of Ihe dense crowd. The dead so far as kuowu are: Miles A. Clark, jumped from the fourth lloor, employed by the VS. A. Olmstead Scl entilli" company; unidentified man taken from Ulo Wabash avenue, burned beyond recognition; VS. A. Oiinalead, prealilent ol the olmstead Scleuutiu company, when the explosion occurrrd, ran to the rear of the seventh Il sir, aud haa not been seen since. It is thought he la burled In the ruins. Injured Samuel (i. Snyder, employed by hweet-VA allach Co., burned aeverely; K. A. VS ise, employed by Sweet-w allach A Co., burned severely; II. B. Cunning ham, employed by the Northern Pacific Kxpreaa company, head body burned, Mary l,aera, employed by Sweet-V al lach t Co., burned while descending tire escape; Herman Overman fell from the fire escape, burned aud received Internal injurlee; colored waiter at KohNaat A Co s. restaurant, leg broken by falliug wall; Police OfUcer K igera, overcome by smoke, taken to county hoopltal. In leaa than half an hour after the Ore broke nut the structure, seven stories high, SO feet front by l.ru feet deep, wai level wun Ihe ground. The occupant were the Kmerxon Piano company, Conover Piano company I lucago I otlage Organ company, Oecora tors taall Paper company, Natioual Music company, II lloltziuan & Co., (piano stools), Presbyterian Hoard of Pub licatioti, Ailred Hoy I, eheet nuislo pub lisher; Sweet, Wallach & Co photograp hie euppllee; W. A. Olimtead. school supplies. I lie building wa owned by Fred. K Ay era, of Uiwell, Mass. It wad wort i about $7u,(kk. Insurance men state that the loae ou the content would ba in the uelghborhiaid of riod.UiO. Tne elevated railway track which pans the building were badly damaged, and there will be a loa of flO.lxiu or Io.ihmj In the breaking of plate glass In the store on the oppiaute side of Wabash avenue. The six at ry building adj doing on the ma-th, No 'ill and 2 1 :i, waa badly damaged, and t.ie e.mtent soaked with water and partially burned. The lire stitd on (tie sixth flair oe cupled by Sweet, VS allach it t o, dealers in photogrspliio supplies According to some who esc tpeiltlie entire II air waa awed with Halloa In five minutes at toi the tire broke out. Thirty girls were em plore. by this firm, aud panic -ii-ind, the unforlunale women ia-lng trampled under the feet of their com radea lu frantic efforts to escape. Cut off from escape by the elevators aud stairway the people lagan Jumping from the window and though the tire men and others held net and canr.. many were crushal on the stone side wilks. According to eye witnesses as many ad ten jnmHd at once from the top floor and other were seen shortly af ter to fall bark Into Ihe flame. Shortly after the Are started the front wall fell on the tracks of the I'nion ele vated road, the lisip being completely covered wltn neons. Charles Anderson, employed by Sweet. WsHai-h ,t Co.; Philip Farley, employed piano mover ny tne ( o iover risn t com paoy, and Mia Kate Carney, forewoman f the National Music company, are be lieved to have perished in the dimes after helping to save forty girls In her etiarge 1'avld Brhaefer, arm broken while try ing to catch a man who Jumped from the sixth floor; Joale Haxa, Jumped from the second fl'Mir, right ankle broken; Anns Haxa. jumped from a second story win dow, en kin sprained, body bruised; An drew Nashton, employed by the W.A Olmstead Scientific company, face and hands burned; Knglneer VY. II. Murphy, burned about the face and shoulders; Fred. Smith, driver for the Conover Piano company, cut on the face by a falling glass; hmii llr.seniann, jumped from the sixth story and will probably die. HOME BILK I)trK4TlO, Territorial will Hot bo Allowod to Blort tholr Oovoraor and Othor OftliMsra. Washington. March 16. The territorial home rule I HI was Ofrated by the house oommlitee on territories to day by a vote of II to 4 on party line. The bl'l was intriatnced ry Hep gate nniltn, M Ari zona, to allow citizens of the territories to elect their own governor, secretary, audi tor and treasurer Instead of having those officers federal appointee:. Mot Nwo.U. New York. March Irt. The American line steamer St. loiila sailed to-day. The board for the Inspection of auxiliary cruisers decided that they would not re quire the steamer for arammeut at pres ent. Klht or Way Orautod. Washington, March HI. In the senate the amendments by the house to the hill granting right of way to the Omaha A Northern company were agreed to, aud the bill passed. Towderljr ConUrtiird. Washington, March Irt. The senate confirmed T. V. Powilerly, commissioner of Immigration. Several democrats voted for him. topper. New York. March HI. Copper, 10',, Fotlco Court New.. John Clink, colored, Thomas Morrla and Thomaa Stevens were arrested yes taid'y by Marshal Cobert for stealing a curry comb a rake and some other ar ticles from K H. liunliar.aml selling them to Oxemline, the second band store num. ( laik and Stevens admitted the theft and said thet they had been committing petty thieveries for the past month. They also stated that they had done It under the supervision and direction of Thomas Morris, who was older, and they had di vided the spoil with lilin. The boys were given a stern judicial lecture aiid dismissed upon making a promise to go ami sin no more. Albert Jones, who has been sponging on some of his friends lit the deml nu n 'e district, was given ten hours to shake the dust of the city from hi feet. K. K. Judy and A. 0. wtlletl. who were arrested by Officer McMillan for coming Into Albuquerque In an orange car, were released. The two German boys, with unpro nnuncable names and who were arrested the other day by Policeman Glover with big pWols in their hip pockets, were up before Justice Crawford and fined fKi or sixty days In the connty jail each. They telegraphed these facts to their fathers In Wisconsin, and the latter responded by stating that they had forwarded enough money to pay their tines and thus keep their wayward kids from the Jail. (rami Mlllluery flpenlua At Mrs K. J. Sayre's on March '-!' and 2(1. Ladle are cordially Invited to attend and Inspect prices aud quality of her large line of goods. Hon. K. A. Keynolds. who recently ne gotiated the sale of the Klo Arriba placer gold lands to eastern capitalists, came In from Santa Ke last night, reglatered at Sturgea' Kuropeau. and to day made a pleasant call at this office. Mr. Keynolds will go north to night, and will take the Waaon stage at Thornton tomorrow morning for the Cochiti district. Aa stated In Thk Citizkn yesterday af terniHin, Jacob Weinman, of the Golden Rule Itry inasla company, returned last night from New York, where he purchas ed a magnificent spring and summer stock of gissls for his popular Albuquer que house. C. II. Young, the division superinten dent of w ells, Fargo Kx press company at Henver, formerly stationed in this city, passed down the road for Kl Paso last night. He will be here Friday night aad will remain several days. W. It Whitney and wife, who have oc cupied the Hradstreet residence. No. 2H1 south Second street, for several years, moved today Into the resideuce No. lid U it ii 1 ii H avenue. It is a pleasure for Thk Citizkn to an nounce that A. K. Itnhertsoii, fattier of Mr Jaa. A. Summers, Is considered some what ted ter to-day, although still a very sick man. Orders taken for Matzoe' unleavened bread at V. Welller & Co.'s. ram fleet ! It Will Help Russia ia Conquest of China. The German Marines Leave Crete, Greece rJavlnr; Settled Claim. Albanian Troops Mutiny at falace In Turkey. the Willi diati or w. j. WHITI. Paris, March Irt. The Aurore to-day alllrms that the French fleet la being piepared for mbliiztion, adding thai feverish anxieiy prevails at all the ar senals and the shipyards are woi king until 10 o'clia-k at utghL The Auiorr ays that the Kreuch northern squadron at Cheroouig la ready lor immeoiate de parture. In order to complete the neces sary number of (.Ulcers, tne second yeai students are to be appointed midship men. All admirals have been lustructed to arrange to reach Pari within iwei ty four bouts Biter being summoned, ihe Aurora xpla:us ilml the mobilization Is conuected with prei arutloua to supisiri Ktisiia by a naval deiuouslratiou iu the far east. OMIMAM1 LKAVK t RKTE. UrMo Has a.m.l IImrirh Crrritlor aad Uaraiaa lUot Wlthdr.w. Canea, Island of Crete, March HI. The (lerinau flag was hauled dowu to day and the German marine embarked ou the liermau battleship Oldeuburg. The dertur of the German battleship Oldenburg does nut elguify ceNaatluu of concert of the powers, but merely mean mat now that the a Ha Irs of the German creditors of Grerce bavu been settled, tier uiany ha but Utile lutereit In the des tinies of the concert, which concern France, Huia aud Kuglaud. ANNKXATIUN Of HAWAII. Tha l.lsml. Will be aroopwl la by a Joint Kraolutlva of Conaroos. Washington. March HI. The senate ooiuuiiilee ou forelgu relations lo day agreed to rwuinin -ml that the Hawaiian isianila be annexed by legislation lu opeusrsdon aud agreed upon J lut resoiuiioti lor me accomplishment ol this put pose. Later, lu the senate. Chair man lu vis reported a J dul resolution providing for tne annexation of the Ha waiian islands. U weul to the calendar. Havis did nut give any notice of calling it up. TaraUh Trouble. Cons'antinople, March Irt. There was great excitement at the Ylldii Palace yesterday evening, owing to an outbreak among the Albanian and Kurdish troops lu tne barrack. The approuche to the palace were liummllatoiy surrounded aud many arrests made. W. r. HMla Umd. Chicago, March 1U.-W. K. White, pas- euger tratlla manager for Ihe b..nln Kt railroad, I deal, aged 47. lie had been with the Santa Fe tor twenty-One years. UONOHICU A SHIICHD. Hoorptloa to U. H. MoblBooa at lha Com- ro.rrUI Club la.t Nlaht, The reception teudered to 1). B. Robin- sou aud party at the Commercial club last night was a brilliant affair. The representative citizens of Albuqueriiiie turned out in large uuinlers to show their appreciation of the man who holds the enviable reputatlou of being the city s beat non-realdeul frleud. The committee having the recent Ion In charge had performed ita duty with llioroiiKimeas aud dispatch aud although the time was brief everything wa iu readiness, Delicious refreshments were served and those desiring it enjoyed a few hours very pleasantly dauciiig. while others found congenial occupation at the uiiiiaru, pisii ami card lantes, Kveryoue had a most enjoyable time until the hour arrived for Mr. Kobinsou and his party to depart on the No. 'J for the north to which Mr. Hobiusou's private car, as president of the St. Louis & Sau Frau- ciaco railroad, waa attached. Those at tending the receptiou last night were: Mr. and Mrs. U. H. rtoblns m. St. Louis: Mr. aud Mrs. J. F. Luthy; Mr. aud Mrs. W. H. l hildera; Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Saiut; Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Collier; Mr. and Mrs. G. Albright; Mr. ami Mis. M. M. Ciulae: Mr. and Mrs. Wallace lieaaelden; Mr. and Mrs. K. 8 Stover; Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Albright; Dr. and Mrs. Hutcllfle; Dr. and Mrs. M roth; Me-srs. Flournoy. llurke. Harraclough. Paxton, Culley, Frost, Alger, Malaon, I aracallen, Marron, Wilk- erson. Burg, l-ovelees, Mandell. llubliell. Harry and Frank Lee, Otero, Knglish Powara, Harrison, Harper. L. H. Prince. of Santa Fe, G. H Lelghton. of St. Louis, naugh, ilryau, Medler; Mesilamea Tallajt. Kent, Newhall, GtMsllander, Newcomer, hLaater, brooks; Misses Kent, Albright, Fox, Clara and Kthel Carscalleu, Came ron, Hulling, Stevens, Wllley. THK OMAHA fcXr-OSlTION. O. K Ll0w.llyn,or lb lleparliu.ut ori'ub- llultjr aud Prouiolluu, lloro. C. K. Llewellyn, of Omaha, Neb , who Is conuected with the department of pule liclty aud promotion of the Traiia-Mls- sisaippl txposltlou.audwho lsa brotherof llou. w. II. II. Llewellyn, or Las ( ruces. came dowu from Santa Fe last night and la spending the day iu thia city. Mr. Llewellyn lias vlslled nearly every stale and territory went of the Mississippi and everyone of them, with the single excep tion of Arizona, have already made ar rangements to have an exhibit at the ex poeitlou. Mr. Llewellyn will leave to-night for Plumilx, where he hopes to get the lead Geo. C. Gainsley & Cos OPENING OF L, t. -r i jr H " - f - -f- J- v - S T "A " GEO. C. GAINSLEY & CO., 122 South Second Street. IVtavll Ordoraj OIvok C3i-ervl Attention.. ing cltlxent Interested In having that great territory also represented at the exposition. In speaking of the exposition to rep reseutalive of Thk Citikn. Mr. Llewel lyn said: This Id an opportunity for New Mexico ami every western state to show their resource to from three to five million people Who will visit theexponl lion. There will be seventy-three na iiouai conveiiiiona neia at omaha flurln the coming summer which will brio thousands of people there. More state will be represented there than there were it tne Leiitennlal, the Atlanta or the asiiviiie exposition, and, with the sin gle exception of the world's fair. It will ne ine greatest opportunity of this een tury for the east aud west to come to geimr. That New Mexico will be creditably represented I have no doubt. I attended Hie meeting of the Commissioners In Santa Fe yesterday and they thoroughly understand the necessity and Importance oi new i ex ico making splendid ex hibit. J. J. Ieeon, who wa appointed to nave cnarge or it, I man it expert ence in this klud of work and made a great reputation at the Nashville expo sition. "1 have been around your city aud have inepected your nusiuess riou.e and piomlnent building and I will eav that 1 don't think there id another city of the same sire lu tne l tilled Slates more metropolitan than Albuquerque, and I would enggest that In connection with the exhibit of the territory there be also au exnimtion or nnotograi ha of the ur n. eipai educational instiiuiloiis. ihe nnest churchts aud residence and the Urgent business houses of the different rllle In the territory. This. I think, wonld have a very desirable effect In removing the erroneous Pleas which prevail In certain sections in regard to New Mexico." . Clay Models of Albaqn.ra.aa. J Mr J. N Vogelsang aud her daughter, airs, inana reruns, are at me Kuropcan. these ladle hal an exhibition at the worlds fair of New Mexico scenes mod led In elay, and they are here now for the purpose of conferring with cltlxsns an the matter of having similar clay representation of Albuquerque as It I now aud as it wa fifteen year ago, to be eimniieu at tne Iran minsIdiI expo sition at Omaha. Hie ladles are talking ott me uiaiier wun ine memners or the Commercial club this afternoon at the hotel and it la possible, that some agree ment win ne reached ny which they will go anead with the work as planned. HACK PHIIM IILAND. A Trip to Ihe Corhlll. KvorythlDg on Ihe I loo in. J. II.Galnsley, representing K. L.Wash burn & Co., the Kailnaxd avenue clothiers, returned last night from Hland, where he reporis aomg a gisal tinslness. "The district I booming,'' said Mr. O ilnaley. "and the town of Hland la truly feeling the pulse of good times. A number of buildings are beino- erected. and halt a dozen new concerns will be doing business there Inside of a few weeks. The Hland mill U running dav ml night, giving employment toabocll twenty meu, while the Albemarle people areou the go constantly, and are now uauung ine piping ror tneir mill, the machinery for which Is now arriving at Thornton preparatory to being hauled to he district." . v rii presence of Bland at this time." eovtlnucd Mr. Galnaley, the activity of her people and Ihe flush of money, caused me to think of Alhuuueruue In the early days, and I do not exaggerate bit when I any that the Coclittls are booming In every canyon and that Bland U reaping a substantial reward." Boelabhi Maffeaboae. The Knights of the Maccabees held their first social laat night, at the Knight of Pythtaa hull, and while there were only few Knight present, this de ficiency wa admirably filled by the pres ence of a number of lady members of Alamo Hive, In the absence of a su perior officer, H. 1). Johnson presided, while Mrs. H. K. Kogera occupied the chair on behalf of the Ladles of the Mac cabees. Prof. It, W. I). Hryan gave a very Interesting talk on the life and doing of the order, which waa followed by a very brief talk from Cant. Maloy. Maccabee from Canada. After theae two addreases. Coffee and light refreshments were served, and at 10:.W the happy gathering dis persed. A Call from llui. lion, the big mastiff, aud his running mate, a tiny bit of a rat terrier, were In troduced at Thk Citi.kn office this morn ing by Judge Crumpacker. Hon Is a pure mastiff, about 4 years of age, and weigh i lo pounds, lie la a most soci able klud of dog, and as gentle as a lamb, Clly Kect.initloa. The registration books may be found at Ihe following places: First ward. City Hall; Second ward, K. L. Hudson's plumb ing shop ou Second street: Third ward. C. A. Hudson's point shop, on Silver ave nue; Fourth ward, Kuppe's drug store. Opoalng Day, Marcb 4. At the request of a number of ladle, who are anxious to see the pretty designs iu pattern hats aud Hue millinery, I have concluded to have my millinery opening on Thursday afternoon and evening, March IU, aud will arrunge for an elab orate and up to-date display, to which the ladle of this city ami Vicinity are cordially iuvlted. IH. M. MUCHRKiHT. 8U W. Railroad aveuue. Aaron Rosen wald, the heavy-weight of the dry giasla firm of Kosenwald Hneo. Is at l,aa Vegas to-day, and will return to this city this evening. He wa at Trin idad ou business, and stopped over a dav each at Union and Las Vegas. Kd. Miller ia the ireritlenmri whn loot Charge of Ag. A. Peaquera, the sick cattle raiser at the Commercial house ou First street. The visitor left for the sooth this morulng. Family groceries at V. Welller A fit's on Gold avenue. FIXE SPRING AND m We are always pleased to show goods. Our stork is from the best Custom Shoe Factories. We carry nothing but reliable goods and at Reasonable Prices. WITT1 i liiJj Mall Order. Given Careful Attention ami Promptly Filled Spring Necessities of Dress and Home. Exclusive Styles-Popular Prices. It pays to buy your Dress Goods of us win- mm Ifcaro Silks. Variety and quality go to make thia stock a source of pleasure to the lovers of the beau titul. Exclusive styles in Silk Waist Pat terns, no two alike, in Plaids, Stripes, Bro cades and the newest novel effects. House Furnishing Goods. When you do your Spring House Cleaning come here for your Carpets, Curtains, Dra pery, Silks, Rugs, Poriit-rres and in fact everythirg in the House Furnishing line, and we will aave you from 10 to 25 per cent. WHITNEY COflPANY Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Furniture, Carpets, Crockery, Glassware, Lamps. Iron Pipes and Fittings. Largest Stock of Brass Goods in New Mexico. Minor's and Engineers' Supplies. AGENTS FOJt McCall Bazaar Patterns. THE All PatUras 10c and 15c NONE HIGHER. THK HEST In New Spring Attire. Our atore and ATTRACTIVE customers to all Departments. You are after the best goods for the money, to be sure. You are after de sirable goods, for style, after all, regulate values. You are after reputable goods, for common goods are not cheap at any price. Quality, Quantity, Style and Low Prices all tend to make it interesting to buyers of Spring Textiles to come in and look over our assortment in the pretty, dedicate Cotton, Wool and Silk Dress Fabrics. In Cotton Dress Fabrics we have: Organdies, Dimities, Lawns, Piques, Madras, Galletas and the rest. In Wool Silk and Wool we have the Latest Novelties in Checks, Stripes and Bayaderas, in Wool Poplin and Silk mixed our collection is second to none in the West. Best Selection of Silks ever brought to the city; 30 colors of Taffeta, Glaces and Changeables to select from; in Plains, and as many pieces in Fancy Taffetas, Duchess, Glace Poplins, Fleur de Velour. Peau de Soi and Barre stripes our line is complete. In Laces and Embroidery our well-earned reputation of being THE Lace and Embroidery House is more than earned by our immense assortment and well selected stock for the coming Spring Season. INSPECTION SOLICITED. The Economist G STORE! Infants Caps. Our prinjf stock of Infanta' Caps and I lata are all here. We have them in Silk, Lawn, Pc int d'Eaprit and Marseillea, all stylea; also full line of Baby'a Wearing AppareL J allies' Skirts. We are showing the handsomest line of Silk nd Wool Skirts ever seen in thia city from a modest priced garment at 75c to the hand somest Silk Skirt with colored Taffetta lin ing throughout at $21.50. Dont fail to to have a look at our exclusive styles. Spring Wraps. ECONOMIST 204' Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, LIGHTED 8T0RE IN shelves are laden with all GOODS and still more Agents for Butter lek's Patterns and ' Dr. Jaeger's Uiv derwear. Ladies' Capes and Jackets for Spring wesr in all the new shades and styles, both in Silk and Wool. Our styles are the latest; our prices the lowest. Dress Goods. The styles in Dress Goods this season are prettier than ever and we are showing the prettiest of the pretty. Exclusive styles in the High Novelty Patterns and the most beautiful line of Plaids you ever saw. See us if you need Dress Goods. ORDERS Filled Same Received. N. M. THE CITY. the beauty and newness of the season. ATTRACTIVE PRICES welcome 1