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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDVY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 20. 1890.
CUBA IN CONGRESS !
Congressman Clark Hakes
Strong Partisan Speech.
Bailer, Democratic Leader, and
Speaker Reed, Cross Words.
Tk Teller Sllrer fttsolatloa Takea
la ibe Staate.
Wa-hlngton, inn. SI The boom re
sumed eonslderatioa of the diplomatic
ao4 eoDnnUr appropriation bill. Clark
(Dem, (.) opened the debate with his
characteristic brer a? speech. He said:
"If Spain does not bring the war to a
epeedy conclusion, the (Jolted States
ought to eipel her from the western
hemisphere. There eQ be no doubt
what hu been oar tredlll raal foreign
policy. hat our foreign policy launder
the McKlnley administration, like the
peace of God, paseeth all understanding.
"In these daja when McHanna la, oar
foreign policy la eo feeble, ao cringing,
ao cowardly, that eren old and decrepit
Bpaln losulte oar flag, maltreat oar elt
lannaand aearchea oar ahlpa with per
fect ImpuUty, and President McKlo ley,
Inetead of sending men of war to protect
our honor, awert oar supremacy and
teach ineolent and Impotent dona a lee
eon they would never forget, passes the
hat around and invite the American
people to contribute alma for the (tarr
ing and dylug Cuban.''
"My republican Mends," he aald, In
eonclnelon, "I Inrlte you to lay aside the
weight that I holding ynu down, assert
yoor rights, and coins out on the elde of
eternal justice and human liberty, there
by demonstrating that you are worthy of
the high vocation to which yon are callod
The democrat and populUt stand here
ready to rtnvve from Anierloa her great
"We on thla aide will contribute IBS
rote. It only tweuty-neven republican
arlll break the yoke, defy their taek muter
and Join o in tbl noble work, before the
un seta thin dujr, we will aeud the glad
tiding ringing round the world that
Cuba I free tree, thank Oitf, by the act
of th American congress.' "
At 4 o'clock the debate closed, and
Bailey, the democratic leader, moved to
ie-emuiit the bill with Instruction to re
port the bill with an ameudment etu
bodying the term ot the senate Cnbaa
Hltr made th point of order that the
amendment waa not germane and the
peaker ruled It out of order. An appeal
wh taken from the declttlon of the chair.
Bailey aseerted that the epeaker gave
awuraoce that the minority should have
the right to vote directly on th motion
Tbe speaker deuied this emphatically
Both men were white with rage and the
house boiling with excitement On
rote the appeal waa laid on the table
101 to 114 and the bill passed.
Senator Vent moved to take np the
Taller silver resolution in the eeuate.
Senator Lodge moved an executive
Ion. Tbe latter motion was voted down,
37 to 39. The silver men voted solidly
no and were aided by several western re
publicans and Qjay.
No democrats voted In the afTirtn&tlve.
The Teller resolution wa then taken up
by a vote of 41 to 33.
At 3 o'clock the Teller resolution was
mad nnSalHhed business and an agree
ment waa reached to lay It aside, the ten
ate going Into executive session.
kllll (Texas) secured passage by the
eeuate to-day of a resolution directing
the secretary of war to make an examln
ation of the Port Arthur ship canal with
a view to ltsexifuslou to deep water,
Allen (Neb.) introduced a resolution
alreetlog the secretary of th Interior to
end th senate tha full and explicit
charge against Mrs. M. K. Roberta, re
cently dUuiltwed from the penelou bu
Considerable disruption, without re
sult, occurred, it being developed that
Mrs. Huberts had been discharged on at
legation affecting her character. Allen
aald he did uot kuow Mrs. Roberta, but it
was infamous to dismiss a woman on
such charge without a bearing.
Fetllgrsw secured th passage ot a rea
olutlou directing tbe secretary ot the in
terinr and the attorney general to Inform
the senate what steps the government
had taken concerning tbe killing ot
woman in Oklahoma territory by th
Bi-uilnole Indians and the burning ot
Tillman' resolution, extending the au
thortty of the interstate and foreign
commerce committee relative to the In'
vrsttgation of the giving by railroads of
transportation for any other consider
liou than caili, was paseed.
New Tort, Jan. 30. Money on call
easr. at 3 per cent. Prim mercan
tile paper. 8c33-
Washington, Jan. HX The president
sent tha following nomination to tbe
senate: Consuls Charles Burr Towle,
New Hampshire, at Baltlilo, Mexico; Rub
en Butler llataone. Virginia, at Nuero
Naredo, Meilro; Robert 8. B. Bergh,
North Dakota, at Gothenberg. Sweden;
Gabriel Bleravendal, Booth Dakota, at
Indian amenta George H. Blnghelmer,
North Dakota, at Standing Rock agency,
N. D. Jamea H. Stephen, North Dakota,
at Crow agency, 8. 1).
China Ma ha.
Chicago, Jan. SO. Cattl Receipt,
11.600; market steady.
Beeve, 3.8J,a5.88; sow and heifers.
11(CM. GO; stackers and feeders, $3.Ka
4J0; Tex steers, 3.50(4.85.
Bheep Receipt. 1A.0OU; market steady.
Natlv cheep, (3.00(34.60; westerns,
(3 6(4.40; lamb. 14 0005.6a.
sbars or rLooo.
At Moo Daar I.la.ea Okie Is bal Ta
LouUvillit, Ky , Jan. 30. Fears are en
entertained her of a flood. Tba Ohio la
rlitng steadily. At noon th danger Ho
was bat two feet off. The water are
touching th curbstone at the foot of
Fifth and Fourth streets and tha reel
dents of three localities have packed
their belonging preparatory to flight.
Report received Indicate that mnch
damage was don throughout th state
by a heavy rain and wind tor me.
Thomas Cross, a drummer, from North
Vernon, Ind., was drowned while cross
ing the swollen stream near West Baden,
Cataa Ormia Market.
Chicago, Jan. 80. Wheat Jannary.
02!.es Kay, 81V8. Corn Jannary, J7e;
May, 29c Oats January, 22c; May
lira aaa) I,..
New Tork. Jan. 30. Sliver,
LeeAf3.CS. Copper. 10H.
Siamese Officers Who Assaulted
United States Yice Consnl.
Orerflowlnf Rivers la Ohio Cause
Wlad and Bala Storm Destreyi Hobki
aaa Stock la lillaol.
tie lorr-iwri ar.
Ban Francisco, Jan. SO, Th special
correspondent of th Associated Preea at
Bankok, 81am, write nnder data ot No
vember 18, 187:
Th long awaited decision of arbitra
tors In th matter ot th assault npon K.
V. Kellett, United Bute vice consul, by
Siamese soldiers at Chtengmal In No
vember, 1RU6, waa published yesterday
In the government G alette.
Th officer of th troops ars to b pub
licly reprimanded and degraded In rank,
while tha men are to be deprived of pay
for three month.
HEAftlNO BO,0 CHEEP.
Ullaol. miih Bmlaly Talaka tke
rranUos Craal la WlaUr,
Aurora, III., Jan. 30. A force of expert
operators two weeks ago began the work
ot shearing the 50,000 sheep at present
penned In the yard of the Chicago, Bur
lint ton & Qilncy railroad at Montgomery.
The shears used ara operated by steam
power, and th lambs and sheep alike
have been shorn at the rate of nearly
thousand a day.
The member of tbe local humane ao-
cloty bars protested to Presldeot Shor-
tull, of th Illinois human society,
gainst th shearing ot the sheep In
winter weather, and Mr. Sbortall notl
0d the shearers that ha would
Interfere in th matter as a vlo
latlon ot the law relating to tha proper
protection ot animals from beat or cold.
The sheep men claim that the animals
ara kept in a warm abed after being
horn, and are there less than a week
before being shipped to Chicago tor
CHARGED W ITU MCBbKR,
Trial f Enstaqulo Palllla,IatlUd for the
Mardaref Ortla, Basaa at Kant Ea.
The case of the Territory ot New Met
loo vs. Kustsqulo Padllla, charged with
being one ot the murderer of Faustln
Ortla. was called for trial in the terrtto
rial district court, Chief Jostle Bmlth
presiding, on account ot Judge Laughlln
haviug had soma connection with the
preliminary bearing of tha ease as an at
District Attorney Crist, Assistant So
licitor General Pope and R. K. Twltchell
are prosecuting, aud Messrs. 0. A. Larra
solo and Geo. P. Money are defending.
Faustin Ortla, who waa well-known
about town, disappeared In March, 18U0,
and soon after a boy reported that he had
see a human foot protruding from the
sand in an arroyo about one mil north
west ot tbe city. The investigation that
ensued resulted in the uncovering ot tbe
bruised and mutilated body ot the miss
ing man, which bad been wrapped In
some old gunnysacks and hastily burled
In the aandy arroyo by tha guilty hands
that bad committed th murder. If tbe
body had been burled deeper, so that the
sand would not have been blown from
the spot, th mystery connected with tbe
disappearance might never have been
Th body bora many and nnmlstakbl
mark of brutal violence. Tbe skull had
been broken with a heavy hammer, the
tongue had been cut out, and other
atrocious lujurlea Inflicted, that could
only bava been inspired by the most
murderous, malignant and cowardly splr
It was alleged that the crime waa com
mltted by several persons in tbs office ot
th late Juan Ortla y Rodriguea, then a
justice ot the peace in precinct No. 8,
and Rodriguea was Indicted for th mur
der, tried aud acquitted. He died a nat
ural death some months later. Subse
quently evidence was secured that result
ed in the Indictment of Kustsqulo Pa
dills last year for tbe murder of Ortlx
and the burden of proof now rests on tbe
territory. New Mexican.
A. O. V. W.
Member ot Benefit No. S. A. 0. 1'. W,
and Degree ot Honor ara requested to
meet at the lodge room Sunday evening,
at 730 o'clock, and proceed in a body to
the Baptist church, where a memorial
service will be held with a sermon by
Rev. Mr. Hagby. A full attendance of
the members is urgently requested.
I. F. Klwood, Recorder.
Okie XUvar Rom a Ike Stale ot It Fa
aa Baar Laal Mlskt.
Cincinnati, Jan. SO. Tha Ohio river,
after a sudden rise last night at tha rate
of Or feet an hoar, caused by tha floods
in tha Little Miami and Licking rivers,
ha settled down to a rata of three inehea
an boar. Th rainfall, which ceased be
fore daylight, amounted to S.S4 Inches
and th rivers overflowed ara doing mnch
Brink Urara aad afaaaa Will Vale aa Ila
Peoria, HU Jan. 80. Tha bricklayer'
and maeou' International union adopted
a resolution providing some time during
the year, to b fixed by the xecutlv
board, th secretary shall call tor a vot
from subordinate bodies for or against
the establishment ot a universal eight-
hour work day. starting May 1, 18UU.
LETT ON MEAL ESTATE.
Uf L , K W, U R. la Sallafj a Largo Da.
Leavenworth. Kas, Jan. 80. Ex-United
State Marshal Neely and deputies started
In today to levy on th real estate of the
Leavenworth, Kansas A Western rail
road, formerly the old Kansas Central
railroad, to satisfy a deficiency Judg
meut. When tha roll'ng stock and mad
bed wet sold in November to aatlfy i
mortgage held by th Union Trust com
pany, of New Tork, It did not bring
within a million and a halt dollars of
the amouut held against it
Haras Boatk Explosion,
Havana, via Key West, Fla., Jan. 30.
Since Saturday th rioter have been
quiet, with th exception of a dynamite
bomb exploding in tha plaxa de Colon,
which did no barm. About 16.000 sol
dlers ara now located within tha city
limits and In tha outskirts.
Philadelphia, Jan. 20. The Japanese
cruller Kaesgl was successfully launched
thla afternoon. It Is the most Important
ship ever built in th United State for a
foreign country, and tba first foreign
warship launched In America since 1878.
aiaaaaa City atarkat.
Kansas City, Jan. SO. Cattle Receipts,
5,500; market alow; best steady, others
Texaa steera, f 3.6684JIS; Texaa cows,
I3.7M3.40; natlv steera, $3 40t$5.C0
native cow and heifer, fl.754.00
locker and feeders, 3.25g4.78: bulls,
42.60 3 86.
Bheep Receipts. 8,000; market steady
Lambs, 3.76fl6.00; muttons, 2.7(kg
Rldgeway, I1U Jan. 20.-A disastrous
wind and rain storm visited this county
last night, nnrooflng houses, blowing
down fences and drowning stock.
Skoop Eiplroa at tba Shan
This afternoon shortly before S o'clock,
Dick Shroup, an aged miner, who bas re
sided In Yavapai county sine 1872, aud
denly expired in theolUceof the Sherman
house. lie waa sitting by the stove and
got up; starting toward the door, ha fell
before reaching It and died within Ore
minute. 11 had been complalulng
bis heart tor some time, and no doubt
heart trouble was ths cause.
Deceased was 61 years old, and an old
soldier, lie has been stopping with John
Kaible. Mr. Raible telegraphed to de
ceased' brother at Kingman. In the
meantime, the body Is at 8. A. Logan'
The body will probably be laid to rest
In the city cemetery. Presoott Jonrnal-
Cs pasteurised milk
you have lung trouble.
and cream It
ISoWIEa EES IT U?
WATCH INSPECTOR SANTA FE RAILWAY
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware.
At tha last meeting of the Young La
dies' Sodality of the Church of the Im
maculate Conception, the following of'
flours were elected:
Prefect Mis M. C. Donahue.
First assistant Mlsa Dora Uellweg.
Second assistant Miss Margaret Kg
Secretary Mlsa A. V. Qnlnllven.
First oousul tor Miss Josephine Bamm.
Second oonsultor Miss Ma Mason.
Treasurer-Miss Nellie White.
Librarian Miss Josephine Harris.
Sacristan Miss Bertha Bonefleld.
Reader Miss Klixabeth Powers.
Padro Oarala Moad.utaa.
Suit has been commenced In behalf ot
th territory by District Attorney Fiul
eal against Andres Romero and Mellton
Chaves, th bondsmen of Pedro Garcia,
wbo was convicted of embexxlemeut In
Ittto and sentenced to eight year In the
penitentiary. Garcia took an appeal to
th suprem court and Romero and
Chaves went on hi bond for t,0O0.
Garcia fled and did not appear wheu his
ease cam np before the supreme Court.
Sine that time he ha been a notorious
outlaw, and several murders la this
County, Including two sheep herder in
tli Naclmlento country, ara charged to
him. H I also accused of shooting and
dangerously wounding bis own step
brother, Kllas Garcia, ot this city.
Division aoportateodeol Borlae loa
BallaUaa Haa.se aad SI.
Record bulletin No. 30: Recently, In
terminal yard on thisdlvlt-lon, a switch
man on front footboard continued to
giva "com ahead" signal, when switch
wsa set against them, and eoglncran
through split switch. This show care-
osnee on th part of tha switchman.
and h haa been suspended fifteen days.
Record bulletin No. 31: Recently, at a
dlvUlon point on this division, a brake-
men, la taking an engine to th rouud
Koooa, eon suited with th engineer, and
tbey decided to Dee a seals track. Before
they got through thla seal track they
found It waa obstructed by ears. They
stopped tbelr engine a short distance from
the ears and remained there nntll the
switch engine pushed cut of ear lata
them, causing very slight damar The
switching crew had not anticipated that
road crews would us this traok, aa they
bad been there Just a few minutes before
and assumed that there was not any road
engine there unprotected. Tbe brakeman
should bava been on tha ground, and tbe
engineer should have required him to
have been there. Kuglneer and brake
man bava both been suspended to tea
A KBW BAILROAD.
Tko Coaipaoy pilas lis Articloo of laoor
Yesterday afternoon articles of Incor
poration were Oled with the territorial
eecretary at Santa Fa of the White Oak.
Kansas City railway. Incorporators
A. Bddy. W. H. Hawkins. U. A. Connor,
G. L. Christ and W. H. Austin. Direc
tors: C. D. Simpson, Srran ton. Pa.; B
S. Uarmon and G. C W. Lowry, New
York; John A Kddy, Denver, Colo.; C. D.
Kddy, W. A. Uawklna and Mas Frost,
New Mexico. Capitel stock 11,000,001.
The road runa from near White Oaks,
Lincoln eouuty. to a point on ths New
Mexico-Texas line In Union county.
about 3u0 mile north, connecting with
th road of th asm nam to be char
tered nnder th law ot the state ot
Texaa. Surveyors will be put In the Held
KWKULIU IM MEXICO.
Vardaat Ckloao Waa Rob bad of Over
S ;. Tkoro.
City of Mexico, Jan. 20. Four Amerl
cans and aiveral Mexicans have been
arrested In thla city on tha charge of
swindling a Chicago man out ot 931,300.
The men arrested are AL Whitney, pro
prietor of th Iturblde saloon; Leo Clin
ton, a cigar dealer, and Charlea Christen
and Robert McKee, sporting men. The
prisoners ara now lucommuulcado In Be
Frederick Henry Franke, who wss
swindled out of (3L300, cam her from
Chicago last June. U fell Into the
bauds of th band and was Induced to
put up his bank roll for crooked monte
and faro games. He wsa then Intro
duced to several Mexicans alleged to bs
millionaires, who bet verbally against
the games and lost while the cappers ot
the baud were winning Franke's money.
After the men had fleeced Franke out
of 129,000 he was Introduced to a saloon
keeper named Russell, who was repre
sented as Joseph Day, a detective. Day
said he bad been sent by Chicago credit
ors to take rraux oaca to me uuiiea
Slates, and tha baud finally forced
3,3O0 out ot blm to avoid arrest
Franks left th same night in dis
guise for Chicago, but learning
that be had been Imposed npon, he
returned here. The matter was brought
to ths attention of the chief of police aud
the governor ot th federal district by
th Two Republics, a newspaper. W ithtn
twenty-four hour after Frank bad
reached this city, th authorities had the
alleged leaders ot the band of swindlers
locked up. Tbe trial will undoubtedly
result In the conviction of the men, with
sentences varying from six to ten years
in the penitentiary or expulsion from the
country. Attachment proceedings to re
cover the money which Franke lost are
now under way.
One lot fine kid gloves, diessed and nn-
dressed, for street aud evening wear,
worth ti and fi.BO. lour choice at
tlM per pair, llfeld Bros.
Althongb the holiday season Is over.
there is no reason why people should uot
snjoy the luxury ot good liviug as long
as F. F. Trottor, the Second street gro
cerjman, continues to furuUb every'
thing that makes dining so delectable
aud at such low prices.
UK WAS REMEMBERED!
Shop and Railroad Employes
Surprise Henry Giegoldt
Be wa PmeBted with a Pone
Filled with Gold.
A ralr List st Law Traatgrtatora Before
j j eg tren ai win.
The employee of the Santa F Pactflc
shop and also of th Brst dln.il on be
tween tMa city aad Galley met at the
railway reading rooms Im south Alba
querque Ut Big hi.
The mneting waa called to ardor by H.
D. McCarty, after wtiloh a committee wae
appolotu) ts 04 and esenrt Henry Gte
goldt, ei-foroman of the shoos, to tha
reading rooms. Mr. Glegotdt did ftot
kuow what there wsa in ator tor him,
but rea'islug that ths enauniMM waa
CoupOaol ' of frleods. he aceouipaiiied
theea Mid on being nshered Into the
reading rooms, waa surprised to find a
roomful of employ, who had worked
aader h m tor the past few years.
Ul. i.;Art)f waa equal to the
gency, ei.4 on vising. In a a
presented Mr. Gtcgoldt with a pun well
Oiled with gold entso, remarking that
"thla wa a token ot th astem aad re
spect held fur him by those asaeiablel
Mr. (:lgoMt, collecting Ua ibooghta
after the surprise had eotRwhet sub
sided, responded, and feelingly referred
to bla 4 u lies while grsaerml foreman of
th locul slme and ot tbe cordial Inter
course thht always xlst4 botweea him
and those who worked nnder him.
lb gefttlomatt loaves to-night tor City
ot M-alre. whll his wife will go north
on a visit to Kansas relatives aud friends.
Mall Orders (liven
and Promptly Filled
E I STORE!
Agent lor Ittitter
lck l'Attern. and
Dr. Jaeger's Underwear.
Stocktaking Is Over...
Now to get rid of tho odds and cads that wcro culled
from tho various departments. Wo aro soiling them
fast. Still, wo havo a good many Special Bargains
left, but they will not last long at these
Give "Away Prices...
It will pay you to como in and look ovor our Bargain
UAHGAIN NO. 1
On lot Imported Novelty Dreaa
Patterns, worth Bp to $15.00, on
bargain table, at $3.50
BARGAIN NO. 2.....
One lot Fine Broche and Brocaded
Silk Vclevta, worth up to $3.50
per yard, on bargain Uble at
BARGAIN NO. 3.
One lot Fine Cloaking, worth up
to $3 50 a yard, on bargain table
at, per yard... $1.00
BARGAIN NO. 4.
follee Caarl M.w.
AmbrosioCoatreraa, th butcher ot Da
ran m, ' sued Jose Ygnaclo Rodrlgnea,
a sheep herder for Nathan Bart a, before
Justice Crawford this morning for S for
ths reut of his corral, where Rodriguea
had kpt Barth'a sheep fur three days.
The case waa dismissed because Barth
was not mad a defendant with Bodrl
qurg. Th plaintiff thereupon aerred no
tice of appeal. Tnmaa Montoya repre
sented the plalutlff and Donaclano Chavea
Jaca tttone waa sentenced to thirty
days ui th county Jail tbl morning by
Jimti-1 Crawford for hi disorderly eon
duct alnoe bis arrival la th city with hi
wit last Sunday night Th first act of
th couple her wa to call on th relief
committee of the N'on-Sectarlan Benevo
leut society to secure alms, who provided
them with a room and th necessaries
ot life. Stone met a mining man, who
was an acquaintance of bis, and after
tbe latter bad purchased a bottle of
whlnky, they repaired to Stone's room,
where the latter Indulged In stroug
drink nntll he became unruly and then
It 1 said he. made some Indecent pro
posals to his wife. Ha wsa arrested at 7
o'clock last night and locked up In the
city Jail nntll thla morning. Although
his wife had blm arrested their parting
this morntug waaot a highly sentimental
aud gushing nature, and Mrs. Stuue was
like "Mob all tears."
''Negro" Jackson returned to th city
yesterday and tmmedlalely proceeded to
get dronk. II was promptly arrested
aud Is now occupying a cell at the city
Lobsters, Cat Bull,
Rlu Point oyster In shell.
Special brand extra large oysters In bulk.
Little neck clams in shell,
IL S. Clams In bulk for chowders, stc
Han Johi Mask it.
Th following program will be ren
dered at th birthday party at W. H.
Madsoii's. fill south Broadway, thla even
ing. Ail are irvttea:
Inatrumrntal Solo Mia. Hold
lo.l' huc Miriam Moore aad ku(h Hi. hop
heading Mr. fctlw.rO.
Vim al. Solo Mla lloltl
SrlrtUUU MlM ShullI
A red euameled ehatelaln and watch.
Klmlxr reluru to J. C. Ualdrldge, south
Klrst street, aud receive reward.
BlinplT "Nut la It."
Our preeent sale ot winter clothing
overHhailows all our previous efforts in
that line. Our $'J.75 suits are a winner
aud our 1 13 uilnflt suits and fl tailor
made psuU are the talk of the town.
Call In before It Is t' o late.
The Railroad Avenue Clothier.
One Lot Linen Towels, worth 15c
to 35c each, on bargain tables at
9c, 15o and
25 Per Cent Discount on
All Capo3 and Jackets.
$30.00 Wraps, now $10.00
$10.00 Wraps, now ,.
$5.00 Wraps, now
$3.00 Wraps, now
BARGAIN NO. 5......
One lot of Woolen Dress Goods in
Beautiful Plaids, Lovely Brorades,
Handsome Plain Colors and Fancy
Weaves, worth up to $1.00 per
Yard, on bargain tables at 25c,
30o, 40o and 50c
BARGAIN NO. 6
Any Ladies' Walking Hat in the
house at Actual Cost (Nothing
It will pay you to consider.
FIRST. We have just received twenty-five dozen Fleeced
Lined, Camel-Hair Shirts and Drawers, which
will be sold at 50c a garment '
SECOND. A consignment of fifty Ulsters and Overcoats
that coat $6.00 to make, only $5.0O
T1II11D Fifty fine Kersey Overcoats and Chinchilla Ulsters,
. worth $13.00 a garment, to close out at $7.50
FOUIIT1I. Our Boys' Overcoats and Ulsters, $5.00 and
$6.00 grades, all going at $3.50
E. L. Washburn & Co.
GEO. C.GAINSLEY &C0.'S
Red Letter Sale
We Are Offering Some Bargains in
Footwear. Sale Lasts Until Jan. 25.
Geo. C. Gainsley & Co.
An Patttrns 10c and 15c
Day as Received.
204 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque. N M.
THE UEST LIGHTED NTOKE IN THE CITY.
1898-ADVANCE SALE--1 898.
Ladies' JVInslin Wear.
Every ' ;trmcnt brand new and made precisely in the mode that will prevail this Spring.
G xxli aid LOWER PRICES than those offered at "January," "Alteration,"
'Clearing," 'Inventory" and say-anything sales.
...Wa Illustrate a Few of Our Many Novalttea In This Great Sale-
12S South. Second Street.
Reliable Shoe Dealera.
(iowiia, bkirU, CliiiuiiaM, Drawum, Coraot Covers, also Clilldren'a Moulin War In great variety divided Into 9 loU
See Wndew Dlaplayl Sale Beglna Monday Morning.
LOT NO. 1...
Pi-rfic fitting KoiliroMwrwl Conwt Covrn. .
Children' Waiat and Drawers, 1,1! and B yrs.
LOT NO. a...
I.a1l-' full lre nlirht drawee.
beautiful tityltM lu tin Kuibruldured Uorxot
Lad lt' Muslin and Cauibrlo Umbrella
LOT NO. 3...
NovhIIIm In IjullttH altra flna CnraMt anvara.
I.alitV full hIi Kuilirulilerwl Night (iowu. QQft
LadW wide and rulHl aud tucked aklrlr.
aod LuibrelU Drawer.,
LOT NO. 4...
Ladle' MargnerlUit. fine Uuxlla Cambric
Mown, fancy (rnot Cover .
Ladle' HeuuttieUed Lace aud Kml rolderedyi (J a
Umbrella Drawer Tdll
Ladle Kotbrolilered BatrU.
LOT NO. 5...
Kiubroldered Night Oowna. Lac Umbrella pn
bklru aud Kuibrolderud Umbrella raw-kUp
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LOT NO. 6...
Exceptional raluee In Kmbroldered Gown, -Drawer.
Hkirt and LaiUes Kmbruld IKp
ered extra long fciarguerttea IUU
Lot 7 at IKK), Lot a at l.ll aul Lot tfat $l.W wl -t of e.ilefrm the French ot Flue Umbrella Drawer, high
grad Vreuoh Night Guwua, Lacs Kmbroldered bklrla.
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