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Citizen. job rninTixo U all k nmnn aaa ttrmt WudMt aaatlr 4m at Tan omasiiN. , I BOOK B13DIXQ raiMhtf Mtlly A a raws oxTxaixiv. VOLUME 12. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 26, 1898. NUMBER 162. HE FIRST SPANISH WARSHIP CAPTURED. Six Spanish Ships by American ALL STATES RESPOND1NQ WITH VOLUNTEERS. Now York. April 20. SpMlaU from Kejr Wait report another BpanUh feaael being brought Into Key Want by th United Slate ship Mangrov. It la aald thattlia eaptnred veaeal la thsSpanlah transport Moutaerrat. Another special eredtta the gunboat Newport with baring eaptnred two prise. SPANISH CBUI8KR CAPTCRKD. Key West. Kla, April 2611:15 a. m. Tha llghtbonita louder Mangrove, armed with two alx-ponndora, captured tha big Ceballoa liner Panama, Bpanlub auxiliary eralaer. Panama loaded with kucgkes. Key Kent, April W Tha Panama left New York April 80 for Havana with 8pan lnh refugee and a valuable cargo, In cluding atorea for tha Spanish army. As aha rounded to after capture, tha Man grove, knowing tha Panama waa an aux iliary cruiser, expected to be Bred upon, but waa not TUI MIWPORT PRIZES. Key West. April 28. The lulled Btatea gunboat Newport. Capt. B. t. Tllley. brought In tha Bpanleh sloop Paquete and the Bpaulah acbooner Plreno, Cuban coasting reesels, captured off Havana this morning. Waata to riaht kadrid, April art. It la announced that the Spanish admiral at St Vincent threat eua to sail without order unleaa sent against the Uuited State warahlp. WhMt U Hlfh.r. Chicago, April 20 May wheat eold to day for 11.2a per bushel at the opening of the board of trade; aettled back to 123, rallying to (1.2b. WAX MBVCMUK. Tha War Hmix Bill to b. Itoprto to th. Hom. To-Morrow. Washington, April 21. -Chairman Ding' ley reported the war revenue bill to tha bouse at noon. blugley gave notloa that tha revenue bill will be called np to-morrow noon, the gei.eral debate to be continued Thurs day and Friday, the bill to be considered for amendment under tha Ova minute rule until 4 o'clock, on Friday, when tha Vote will be taken. Tha minority agreed to this arrange ment Tha house agreed to the conference re port on the reorganisation bill without debate. Spaal.h Vla.1 Hava Mat MoraO. new ion. anru au. in spile of per- alateiil rumors there has been no Impor tant movement of Spanish uaval vessels since the beginning of the war. Prompt. Washington, April 'tit. Moat of the governora have made prompt and gratl tying reeponsea to the call tor volunteers STATUS OF SHIPS. Prwl.matlim hf th. Praald.at B.latlng to Statu, of Spaalah Shlpa, vYahlngtou, April 30 The president has by proclamation allowed Spanish v twee I In the Uuited States water till May 81, Inclusive, tor loading and depart ing, Spanish shlpa met at sea will be permitted to continue their voyage It loaded before that time In the Uuited Slates. Spaulsh vessel bound for the United States, which sailed prior to April 21, are exempt from capture aud will be allowed to discharge cargo. M.w r.iry of War. Waehlugton, April 20. The president has nominated V liliam B. Ray, Ohio, secretary of state vice John Sherman re signed, and John B. Moore, New York, as- alstaut secretary of state. Troop, for th. War. Fort Monroe, Va, April 20 The trans port Panther with 8U) men, escorted by the cruiser Montgomery, left for Key West la.urf.at. Maar Havaua. New York, April 26. Cuban advices to the Herald are that the lusurgeuta are torclug tha Oghttng. Tha Spaulsh, tea' Railroad Watches Hamilton 17-Jewsl Railroad Watches $92.60 Elgin 21-Jwal Railroad Watches $28.00 These are adjusted and rated In three positions, and are eased In open-face Bllverlne screw bevel eases. W guarantee them to pass Inspection or refund money EVERITT, Leading Jeweler, R. R. At.. Albuqosrqua. N. M. Watch Inspector for Santa Fa Railroad. Wa make a specialty of Watches tor Ball road Service. Taken To-Day Cruisers. Ing assault by land and ana, are hurrying their troop Into tha cities, Tha Insur gent ara within thirty mile of Havana. Caanot Oa. A war. Falmouth. Kngland. April 20. The Uuited Slate torpedo boat Somen has been notified. In view of tha neutrality decree, that she mnst not leave till port. ' "toaadalaa. ((rioa." Madrid, April 20. The Spanish gov ernment baa sent a circular to the powers, regretting tha "hard necessity of being compelled to appeal to force In or der to repel tha scandalous aggression of the United State," etc. Tha Halloa. NotlBad. Washington. April 20. The state de partment has cent all foreign natlona notice of congress of declaration of war and that war has existed since April 21st Thia la dona to preserve our right. Tin at Uluffow. Glasgow, April 38. The fir which broke out last night In the Clyde district In this city baa been extinguished. The lose la estimated at 7&0,000. TUB ARMY BILL. Tha Ball Eta-Ora-anlaatloa Bill Aiw4 to bj aaaato. Washington, April 26, Conference committee reached an agreement on the Hull army reorganisation bill. HKNATl AORKES. The senate has agreed to the conference report of the army re-organlxation bill. The president baa signed tha Bull army re-organixatlon bill. HEAVY WAR TAXES IN SPAIN, lllioaalra Amarloaa. will L. th.lr Yaohts la tha Madllarraaaaa. Madrid. April 20. Benor Pulgoelver, tha minister of finance, read his budget to the Cortes to day. IU chief feature la an ample authorisation to the govern ment to ralsa such fund as may be deemed necessary for war expenses. Two new sources ot Income will be loans guaranteed by the tax on navl gallon and the Almaden quicks!! ver mine. New taxes will be Imposed on gas, petroleum aud electrlo lighting, Two years' taxes will be levied, psyable quarterly and reimbursed within a de cade by special bonds. Power will be given to the Bank ot Spain to Increase Its not Issue from 1,600,000,000 pesetas to 2.000,000,000 pesetas, in which case tha metallic reserve must be Increased proportionately a half or two-thirds. The Madrid papers point out that some excellent prises ara now obtainable In the Mediterranean In the yachts of mil lloualre Americans. Satisfactory Uad.ntaadlna. London, April 20 It Is understood that the apparent severity of the British at Hong Kong and Falmouth toward the United State war vessels la tha result o an understanding between tha two gov ernments. British M.atrallty Proclaimed. London, April 20. A royal decree pro claiming neutrality was printed In the Loudon Gazette this morning. VraUor Ball.. Newport, R. I., April 20. The United States erulser Columbia sailed at 8:30 a. m, destination not known. Blaaco U VoaSd.at, Parana, April 20. Captain General Blanco has cabled Madrid that he can de fend Havana without Spanish warships. Hlood-Talr.tr la.arf.at. Dong Kong, April 26. The Philippine Islands lusurgeuta are masslug around Manila. A massacre ot tha Spaniards Is feared. Franc. Will Ha M.atral. Paris, April 20.-The French cabinet to-day approved the neutrality proclama tion. Huthlus la Report. The rumors. In circulation yesterday to the effect that lion. Solomon Luna had been shot and killed, ara undoubtedly false. Samuel Neustadt late yesterday afternoon received a dispatch from bis brother, Simon Konttadt, at Los Lanaa, road lug m follows: "lizard from Mag- dalon. Not trim. H Is all right." It It thought that Mr. Lnna will ihow tip among hi AlbiuiiiKrqti frioinU In a day or two. IjiI jofltonUy afternoon Rharllt Hub- ball received the following dlepatch from Sheriff Bamnra dated from Magdalwna: "Nothing In report. Lnna left her Sat urday tor hli ranch. Hare atnt man ont to hit ranch." Th. Library Ball. For week the topic of conversation among society people has been the com ing ball to be given by the ladles of the Library association. These ball bava always been popular, and the ladle are sparing no pain to make th one on Friday night equal If not superior to any yet given. . Prof H.rrirk oa tirala. Prof. Herrlck's lecture on "Brains, What We Can Do With and Without Them," delivered at Perkins hall la 4 night proved to be a rare Intellectual treat. While vast concourse of people did not turn out to hear the lecture the audience was considerably larger than the average crowd that turna out on sim ilar occasious In Albuquerque, aud there tore was highly complimentary to Prof. Herrtrk. What the audleDce lacked In numbers It made up In quality aud the brightest members ot the different pro tensions and business vocations were present. Prof. Ilerrlck a lecture possessed the rare nvrlt of making a scientific subject highly Interesting and entertaining a well as Instructive. He discussed the physiology of the brain aud showed by meana ot chart Its development from the lower animal up to man. Not the least remarkable portlou ot the lecture was the facility and tha accuracy displayed by the professor in free hand drawings, the left baud appearing to be aa well trained as the right The humorous features ot the lecture were greatly enjoyed by all preneut The only drawback was the brief time alloted to the speaker to cover a very estenslve field, aud many of those who heard hla effort last night expressed the hope that Prof. Ilerrlck would deliver a series of lectures on the same subject some time in the future. fVt OPP TRAIN. A. B. LalrA Ha. a Uriavaaoa Aaalart th. aaala Pa Railway. A. B. Laird, of Silver City, reached Al buquerque last Saturday night, and a ha had some business to transact here be remained over till last eveutng, when he took the west bound No. 1 passenger train for the west Mr. Laird 1 again In the elt, return' lug burs tin tUe eaat-bouna No. pasnen ger train last nigh. He called at The Citizen office this mnrulng, and slated that he has a grievance agalust tha Santa Fe railway. "Before leaving Sliver City." aald Mr. Laird, ' I purchased a 1000 mileage book over the Santa Fe railway from the agent there, and It calls tor passage, to all sta tions In New Mexico, Colorado and Kan When the train was nearlng the Is lets junction, the conductor, who was taking up the tickets, reached me and 1 handed him my mileage book, at the same time telling him that I was going to Gallup, which town Is In New Mexico. I was then informed that the mileage book was not good over the Santa Ke PaclUe, whereupon I was politely requested to 'vamoee' train No. 1 which I did when a stop waa made at Hota and returned to this city on the No. 2. Mr. Laird, after relating his story.stated that he would consult a lawyer In regard to a dsiuage suit, but the amount, which he will undoubtedly sue for, be declined to slate. MlNSTKBI.a TO-MOKKOW NIGHT. lo Mot MIm S.lo th. "Star." Bliln. at tli. Opera Houaa, The long-looked for Star minstrel will appear at the opera house to-morrow evening. The members of the eompauv have practiced faithfully the past two months and all who attend will be treat ed to a good show. The following are some of the numbers which will attract attention: Rastus Jones, a new arrival among the tenor singer of the city, will sing that beautiful solo, Love My Baby Lou. Georire Washington Rasmus will be heard for the first time, In monologue. The many friend ot Miss Dinah Gum drop will be pleased to hear that she will sing -Little Black Baby." Miss Patience Purity, one of Albuquerque' sweet sing' ers. will delight the audieuca with the solo, "Sing Again, That Sweet Refrain The duets by Misses Pearllue Postonl and Reglna Hub I foam will be worth the price ot admlseliin atone. Don't fall to attend the Star minstrel to-morrow bight, at the opera house, Samui.r Uard.u. Jos. Badarracco has opened hi popular suiuuier resort on the Mountain road north ot the city, and putrouage is In vlled. It will be kept orderly ami the bar Is supj'lled with the best of liquor ami cigars Col. Calvin Whiting and M. P. Btanim the well-known warrior, called at thl olllce at 2 o'clock this afternoon, and read the war bulletin. Ten minutes later they appeared ou Gold avenue with swords aud liana, ready to go to war at the lust tap of the drmn. Lucas K. fialli'gos, deputy sheriff from Clayton, Union county, came In from th north last night and called at this olllce thl afternoon. He will leave to morrow mornlna for Kl Paso, where he will ar rest Klauterio Ariuljo Indicted for cattle stealing. Robert Louden, the ranchman, came in from the mountains this morning, and was around with Col. Ben. Manger, from whom he learned all about the war. Regular meeting of Triple Link Re bekah Lodge No. 10. I. 0. 0. K. Tuesday evening at Odd Fellows hall. lulling member, cordially Invited. Everything for the flower garden. Ives, the florist. WAR ORIENT! American Squadron Will Cap ture Philippine Islands. Iasurtents ire Concentrttinj Army in the Vicinity of Having. , ,. The Spinlrs Cralscr Alp boon XII. ass Skipped Back Is Spain. ATTA ri I0a TO II IXTIIDIEs New York, April 20. A dispatch to th World from Hong Kong says: Tha guns of America' Asiatic squadron will on be thundering In the harbor of Manila. Commodore Dewey has orders t.'om Washington t) capture or destroy the Spanish fleet. Unless Spain' warship ara hiding, fighting will soon beglu. General Aguinaldo, president of th Philippine Insurgents, sailed from Singa pore, where he has been In sxlle, with the members of his cabinet. The general will put himself at tha bead ot an army ot 80.MX) Insurgents. General Aguinaldo will attack Manila by land whlls th American warship will bombard the city from the sea. ; WII.LBI SirSSDSD. Saala P. to Oloa. tha Oap la la) Ma. ta Saa Praawlaaa. San Francisco, April 20. There la evi dent that the Santa Fe railroad company la aertously thinking ot closing the gap between Mojave and Rakersfleld, forming a connection with the San Joaquin Valley railroad. Jamea Dun, chief englueer ot tha Santa Fe system, has been looking over the country between the terminus of the Bante Fe PaclUe and the Valley road. The route of the proposed exten sion will probably be from Johannesburg through Walker pa and down the can yon ot Kern river to BakernOeld. K ATT TAKH AH APPEAL ' Tha Ball road Pl(htlna Ilia Clalai at aa Administrator. Topeka, Kan, April 20,-The Mlannnrt, Kansas A Texas railroad company has appealed to the supreme court a ease hi which N. R. Bag ley, administrator of the estate of W. II. Harris St Co, Is seeking to secure Judgment for $7,4M. Th ease comes from Miami county. Harris & Co., a commission Arm at Pa ula, In H'j2 made a contract with Mar cus A Wares, ot tha City uf A'caUm, fur the dellrriy of l.imo.uOO bushels of corn. The firm, It Is alleged, made a contract 1th tha railroad to deliver the corn within a specified time. The Arm al leges tha rallrcad failed to deliver the corn according to contract and sued for 7,409 damages. A Judgment tor that amount wa secured In the lower court. The railroad company appeals the case. Will Mot luiaaa. Prliaa. Washington, April 20. The cabinet de- elded not to release the Buena Veutuia or other early prises, but let the admiral ty courts en t tie such matter. Nomination Krjoetart. Washington, April 20. The senate re jected the nomination of Henry Demas, aa uaval ollloer of custom at New Or leans. Sklppad ttlsht Hack Nona 8U Thomas, D. W. I, April 20. The Spaulsh steamer Altouse XII, left It troops aud supplies at San Juau, Porto Klco, aud sailed for Cadlx. Chloafs Htoaa Mai hat. Chicago, April 30. Cattls Receipts, J. Ooo; market, strong. Beeves llOOyjS.SO; cows and heifers, I2.2fittt.b0; Texas steers, t3.7bui4.00; .lockttrs and feeders, $3.7o34.7o. Sheep Receipts. 14,000; market strong. Native sheep, C3.2G(t4.7U; westerns. i:t.6O(g4.00; lamlis, 4.0Oct6.0O. Vhloaao Urala Slarkat, Cb'iairo, April 20. Wheat Mav. 11.23; July, U3?e. Corn April, 83. c; July, 340. Oats April, 2h','Ac; July,2o4e. Mon.jr ataraau New York, April 20. Mouey ou call, !iu3 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 7. At Aaclior. St. Vincent, April 20-4:44 p. m.-Tbe Spanish fleet Is still here. Sltv.r aad I .ao. New York. April 20. Silver, M V; Lead, 13.60. Copper. ' York, April 20. Copper, li;,c. Nei Kagraltlug In tiint, Topeka. Kan, April 20. Captain W. M, Peterson, who served through the war with the )5th Iowa, a regiment which has the distinction of never having been defeated, has begun recruiting a com- EASY WALKING. Evrrv itrp t-krn in a ihi that la tv made rixht tlof you h.rrn. 1 he fault la In the last Much inohry atii'l ijrfin. rim- be taken with the lut ti linvt it )it n lit, -fur Inch every -hue mie u4in it Le )ut rufht. It in will that Piincrt-e Jk Smith have one of the llneat collec tMinaof UMa in the country. Tina i the linn of which linvt-rnur Pir.uitre. of Mn h'u n, i a nieinlier. Inti'Krity ami minn ientininet are the rriurartt-ntu uf the .lirr thi-y man . 'I hry areMlwayaa.tff-h.rr.tohuy. U'h H.Wb '.Ufa. Uhdi LINb Oh MfcN MlOh- IN Tlifc GEO. G. CAIIISLEY ail. oauix uitttu pany ot volunteers, the recruiting station being the St. Nicholas hotel. Many ruen have signed bU roll. Clad Hamilton, a young lawyer In the law office or (ileed. Ware A Gleed, Is or ganising a cavalry company and has a number of the beet known young men In Topeka enlisted. Captain H. M. Phillips has a com pany thoroughly organised and ha been drilling them every evening for over a week. Captain Phillip say hi dmo are being selected with great rare and he think bis company will make a record for Itself. Captain W, A. Ilarshharger of Wash burn college la raising a company of vol unteer among the student ot tha Col lege. Captain Ilarshharger is a regular army soldier snd Is well trained 12 mili tary tactics. Had a Plra lar.' (Sarrh. New Orleans, April 20. One of the missing companies ot the Twenty-third regiment arrived from Fort Ringgold, Texas. The company had to march Ova day to reach a railroad. The troops marched through the city amid great en thusiasm. Officers of the company aald there waa considerable nneasines on the Mexican border for fear Spaniard and sympatbii ers might start trouble. For thl reason the Texas ranger and numerous troop ot regular cavalry have been distributed along the Rio Grande. All troops passing through for Mobile and Chlrkamauga report great demonstrations all along the routs. lacraad Talrgraphla Sorvlos. Tux Citiskn has made arrangements to receive Increased Associated Press telegraphic rervlee, and will be enabled to give all the war news hereafter fresh from the wires. Albaaaarqaa Sprlas MMtl, Albuquerqne spring races. May 4, 6, t and 7, will be the greatest thing ot the kind ever attempted In the south western country. All the principal towns of New Mexico, Colorado and Texas are elaborate ly billed for the great event, and the special railroad rates will bring hun dreda ot vltltor to this city for race week. On no other occasion In this section have' so many high class horses been attracted to one race meeting. Lady Hurst. George Palmer, Little T. G., Karl Cochran, Rose D'Or, Lulu llorton. Los Prtetas, Melody, Tommy Tucker, Royal Lancer, Sir Ken neth, Bourbon aud Pleaaanton, household words all ovsr America, will be here, and not one of them ha ever raced in New Mexico before. On Tuesday afternoon a magnificent procession of not less than 120 borses will pass through Railroad avenue to the enlivening atralua ot tha First Regiment band. The riders wlU sport tueu racing colors and the scene will be a memorable one. Weduesday May 4, will be observed aa a general holi day lu the afternoon, aud will be "Albu querque" day. The feature ot the after noou will be the "Albuquerque Spring Derby" for two-year-olds, with ten en trie and probably not lees than a thou sand person will witness the great race. Amarloaa Supr.ina.j. War Is not lightly to be spoken ot or thoughtlessly to be entered upon. It Is a serious matter, and the United States realises It, It has always realised it. Thinking people of the nation see In the conflict of today an atsurauce ot peace for many yeara to come. Hoxtllitim may be brief or they may be protracted, but the ultimate result will be a guaranty ot peace. Mitre la Involved than the relief ot the thousands suffering from Spaulsh cruelty. Free Cuba Is not to be the final aocomplishmeut. Absolute aud complete supremacy ot thl nation lu the western world will be acknowledged when the hour arrives that Spain has had euough. Ara tan la ItT Have yon a new jeweled belt? If not, why not? Perhaps you have not yet seen ours, uo so at once. Walt) Walt! Waltl I have just received word that my or der for 1,000 ladles' low-cut shoes, or dered last winter for the spring trade, cannot be countermanded as uiauy of the shoes liars already been made. I will utTnr some rare bargains In this line of shoes as soon as they arrive, which will be within ten days or two weeks. The slock will contain all aisea and it will pay Inteudiug purchasers to wait until they arrive. A. HmriKH. Hlchaat Caah Prion. Paid For furniture, sloven, carpets, clothing, trunks, names, saddle, shoes, eto. Hart's, 1 17 Gold avenue, next to Wells Cargo Kxpfess otlloe. bee me before you buy or sell. Americans are the uioat iuventlve peo ple on earth. To theiu have bteu issued uearly tiuu.iiuO paleute, or more than one Ihtrd ot all the paleuls issued In the world. No diacovury of modern ysars has been of greaUr enellt to mauklud tiiau Chamberlain, a Colic, Cholera aud lilarrhui Itemed;, or hat done more to re lieve siitferlug and paiu. J. W. Vaugn, of Oaklou, Ky, says: "I have uwhI Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera aud Diar rhoea Remedy In my family for several years, aud lind It to be the best medicine I ever used for cramps lu the stomach aud bowels." For sale by all druggists. & GO. Reliable Shoe Dealer, 122 8. Second St. imxriL attkmtio. Ml g 7 tub Mall Orders Given Careful Attention and Promptly Filled War Declared ! BY THE Everyone Is Pleased! SILKS. Special sale of Silk Waist wetk. Plaids, S'.ripta, Checks, Brocades and Novelty Weaves. All the newest designs, b'g assortment. Prices from S2.AO to Sift. SHIRT WAISTS. One lot of Ladies' Shirtwaists, urood ma terial, well-made and well cut, in and Checks, worth 75c regular. week will be 40c. SASHES AND NECKWEAR. Full line of Ladies' Roman Stripe, Plain and Novelty Weave Sashes Knotted Fringe ends. Sashes SO.0O. Ties from COo to S3.00. IIIIIEI-BILnlED IBIEaJH3 I WH ITNEY COflPAN Y Refrigerators, Gasoline Stoves, Garden Hose, Furniture and Carpets. Prompt AGENTS FOR McCaU Bazaar Patterns All Pattern 10c and 15c NONE HIGHER. THE BEST The Making of a Skirt Opportunity ! Weaves, worth 75c aud up, wo will make and fit a Skirt to your order, the total cost of which will bo loss than a ready inado one. Select a Novelty in either Colored or Black Dress Stuffs from our stock, worth from 75c up to the best in our Dress Goods Department, and wo will charge you for making and Finding only $2.00. (Wo do not mean Plain Weaves.) And of Course the Material of Your Selection Extra At this price for making and tinling3,$2.0 0. We cannot make up goods that have been bought of us before. Wo moan only such goods as aro bought of us during this Salo of Black and Colored Novelty Weaves, worth 75c and upward. The Lining will be Percaline or Silesia with Velveteen Binding and the Skirt will be made perfectly plain and by one of the beat dressmakers in town. liM lULI U BIG STORE AGAINST BIGS Volunteers To Join our Army of Patroru and take advantage of the Special Bargains that we arc offering; this week. Who trades here, because they get prompt courteota treatment and better good foe than any other place In the Territory. j Patterns this Tlaids, Stripes The price this and Tie iih from 83.0O to and Careful Attention Given to Mail THE ECONOMIST 204 Railroad Avanue, Albuquarqua, LIGHTED HTOIIE IN Just now while you are doubtless pon dering over what you shall wear comes this OPPORTUNITY ! If you will select material for a skirt of either Colored or Black Novelty A (rents for nutter Ick'i Patterns and Dr. Jaeger's Un derwear. . PRICES. Wanted! attention, less money j j j PETTICOATS. Just received, another handsome line of Ladies' Taffeta Silk Petticoats In Black, Changeable Effects and Figured. Beautifully made, and In tha latest colors. Prices from SO to $15. MEN'S CLOTHING. Special prices thia week on Clothing and Furnishing Goods. We have the finest line of Clothing for' less money than you ever paid before. Suits from $1.60 to $15. COLGATE'S SOAPS. Full line ot Colgate's Scented, Medicated and Castile Soaps; Colgate's Perfumery in plain and fancy bottles and boxes. Colgate's Cosmetics, Smelling Salts, Toilet Water, etc., at special prices thia week. Crockery, Glassware and Lamps, Sitht ail Curtains. j j Orders. II r MAIL ORDERS Filled Same Day as Received. N. M. THE CITY.