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ALDUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 21. 1898.
Calm Prevails After Excitement
of Past Few Days,
McKeona Confirmed by Senate as
Justice of Sopreme Court
McKluoo Takes Steps to Contest Hassa't
Seat In Senile.
las TIOAS rOSTMAITIlS.
Washing-ton, Jan. 21. The stormy
scenes ot the taut few days In tbs house
were followed by a eoiuparatlvs quiet to
day. Conalderatlon of the senate amend
ment to the argent deficiency appropria
tion bill wan begun. The senate Niea
ragna Canal eommleelon amendment waa
non-eonnarred In. The main fight came
on the aenate amendment atrlklng out
the provleion ot the bill reiulrlng de
positors of bullion hereafter to pay the
cost of transportation from away office
to mints. Mr. Bell (Pop, C.ilo ), mored
concurrence In this amendment. The
question waa d 'bated extensively when
the bill was ortglually before the honee.
The houtte paused the Larey bill to ei
tend the public land law to Alaska and
to grant a general right ot way to rail
road. The houee Toted to concur In the aen
ate amendment to the urgent deficiency
bill itrlklng out the pro Vinton compell
ing depositor of bullion to pay the coet
of transportation to the mint.
At the opening ot the senate' eeeelon
to day, Mr. Quay denied the report that
he voted for the consideration of the Tel
ler resolution because the senator from
MUeourl (Vest) bad aeked him to do so.
He thought the present consideration of
the resolution would benptlt the country
and the republican party.
The resolution ot Allen, of Ne
braska, asking the secretary! of
the Interior for papers concerning
the dlHinlHeal from the pension office
of Mrs. M. K. Roberta, wag laid before the
senate. Mr. Galllnger moved to refer the
resolution to the committee on civil eer
vice and retrenchment. Mr. Allen eald
Mrs. Roberta was a friend of Former Sec
retary Carlisle, from Covlnglou, Ky. "No
f self-respecting ceulleman would treat a
woman an thla woman haa been treated
by the eeorelary ot the Interior," aaid
Allen. Mr. Allen contended that there
wan a hint of something vitally wrong
in the moral character of Mis. Roberta.
Aasnranee waa given by Prltehard S.
C.) chairman of the committee on civil
service and retrenchment, that the com'
nilttee would carefully investigate any
cane, should It be referred to hie com
mittee, and Allen agreed to euch a refer
enoe. The resolution was so referred.
An agreement was reached to vote on
the Teller resolution neit Thursday be
The seuate went intoeiecuttve session
The senate devoted Its principal atten
tion In executive session to-day to the
nomination ot Attorney General Mo
Ksnna to be justice ot the supreme court
ot the United States.
Senator Allen presented a large num
ber of document In support ot his con
teutlon that McKeona was not compe
tent to discharge .he duties of justice of
the supreme bench. A vote being taken
McKeuna waa confirmed justice ot the
MIT. . M. CASH'S COMPLAINT.
Ramovad From SanU. F I atltaa School for
Washington, Jan. 21. Several officers
preeeuled their views on the civil service
reform Issue at a meotlug ot the senate
Investigating committee to-day. Samuel
M. Carl, superintendent of the city
schools of Sheridan, Iowa, and for three
years superintendent of the Indian school
at Sautt Ke. N. M, was here to complain
of his political removal from the latter
place lu 1SU3, and the refusal ot the In
dlan bureau either t) transferor rein
Htate him In the Indian school service.
against gold was adopted to-day with th
condition that the secretary ot state b
given the option of paying gold In the
treasury, provided India pay ai equal
snm Into the currency department here.
The bill has already relieved the strin
gency of the money market here.
KiM-atloa f Rata.
Washington, Jan. 21. The house com
mittee on foreign affairs to-day agreed to
make a favorable report on the resolu
tion ot Williams (Missouri) asking '.
state department for Information on the
execution ot Colonel Ruls by the Cuban
MrKlMoa Will C.tMl.
Columbus, Ohio, Jan. 21. Mayor Mc-
KUeon, of Cleveland. Is taking prelim!
nary step to contest the seat of llanna
In the Dulted States senate. McKlsson
will rely largely on the testimony ad
duced at the Investigation ot the bribery
n n i-ii i i if with his brother and was on his wa)
An Ex-Bernalillo County Mer- t,rrtbid'M":,tfr
ftl KMllaMuln, . !., wh.l waiting to
Uldul 5 U11UG3.
Batchers His Wife and Two Chil
dren and Then Suicides.
T. rirvm.a KIIImL
Charles, 8. C, Jan. 21. The train of
the Atlantic Coast Llue, from New York
to Florida and a local from Charleston
collided went ot Charleston this morning.
Two colored firemen were killed and a
number ot trainmen badly Injured.
8lr.u(lh.B Ilia STaoeh Squadron.
Parle. Jan. 21. Orders have been re
ceived at Cherbourg and Toulon, reepec
tlvely, to prepare the battleships Bruis
and Vaubnn to reinforce the French
squadron In the far east.
Admiral DeHaunmut has been appoint
Uaalila to Agra.
Chicago, Jan. 21. The joint seals com
mittee reported to the Inter state joint
convention ot coal miners and operators
thl afternoon that the committee was
unable to agree upon any of the ques
tions voted opon.
TV bat Baaaata Bay.
Madrid. Jan. 31. Senor Baa-asta, the
premier, announced at the cabinet meet
n g last eveulng that the dispatches
trom i;uua gave "unquaituea promise or
DEADLY LOVKKl1 UUARREL,
m. Loals Pollaa Offlear fatally Shot by
St. Louis, Jan. 21. Richard J. Ilallor-
an, a police otuorr, wa fatally snot witn
hi own pistol an hour after midnight
by Miss Nellie Mangan, who then turned
he pistol on herself and pnt a bullet In
her brain. The shooting followed a quar
rel, In which Miss Mangan begged 111-
loran to marry her. He refused, rt heo
seen at the hospital the girl Insisted that
while she shot Halloran slis did not in
diet her own wound. 8 he refuses to tell
who did. There was another woman In the
case, of whom Mies Maugan was jealous.
CommlttM aa T.rrlterlM will Tata
Afmln.t Th.lr AdmUaloa.
-Chicago, Jan. 21 A special to the Trl
bune from Wamiugton says: The bouse
Committee on territories, after giving
hear in its In advocacy of admitting Art'
xona. New Mexico and Oklahoma IntJ
the sisterhood ot stales, fixed on next
Wednesday for a vote on these measures.
t here la little doubt ot the result of that
meeting. The membershlo of the com
mittee is fifteen, and ot thee republicans
muster eight, while mere are seven deiu
ocrata, Kopubllor.ua will vol solidly
against the admission of any territories
which will prevent measures coming be
fore ine nouse.
The seuate committee Is likewise dl
Rum City Markat.
Kansas City. Jan. 21. Cattle Receipts.
t.lu): market steady.
Texas steers. iS.Mtt:; Texas cows,
ia.6oS3.40; native steers, UK iIZS
native cow and heifers, Si.lXK.ii4.a5i
stiN-kers and feeders, fioOysaxt; bulls.
Sheep Keceipts. z,urju; mamet steady.
Lambs. I4.UUO&.UU; muttons, MS bihg
Sllvor aad UM,
New Tori, Jan. 21. Hllver,
Lead, 3.W). Copper, luhc
ton. Mr. Dunlap Is favorably Impi
with Altmauerqiie and states that he will
return here next fall and spend the win
ter in Albuquerque. He bait planned to
spend the present winter here visiting
with his brother and wa on his way at
ceive word from his hrothor to come on.
It was through a card written by htm to
hi brother at Rarstow. that hi address
wa learned and he wa notified of the
death ot his brother.
Fallars to M ktsks It Pay" la Greater
lfcw Terk the Cassc.
II IIOtn.0 BATI BIMAIIIO Hit.
Lluooln'a frlaad Dead.
Rloomiugton, Ills., Jan. 21. John M
Scott, ex-justice of the supreme court ot
Illinois, died today. Ue wa 73 years
old, and was an intimate friend of Abra
Chleaga Urala Markat.
Chicago. Jau. 21. Wheat January,
Vic; May, VI ',c. Corn January, 27c;
May, 2y Oata January, 23c; May
Seltlaa fur $44,000.
Topeka, Kann Jan. 21.-The New York
Life Insurance company this afternoon
settled the Illllman claim In full for
92I,(KK. Mrs. Illllman d Ism lanes her suit.
Hour Market Kallavwt.
Calcutta, Jan. 'J I. -The bill Introduced
by Hlr James Westlaud, finance miulster
of the council, January 14, provldlug for
the Issue of currency notes In India
New York. Jan. 81. Money on call,
easy, at i per eeuk rriiue niercau
tile paper. M.i '4.
SECLHKU LA HUB DAMAOKS,
V.rdlct ror Si 0.000 la Caaa or Amsrlcaa
Vallay Coal Co. vs. 8choBld.
Attorneys Nelll B. Field, F. W. Clancy
and Col. K. W. Uobson returned from
ocorro last ulght where they had been
to try the ease ot the American Valley
Comuauv vs. J. V. Hchotleld. receiver.
Aeiil 11. Mela. v. w . Liauoy ana 1. tt.
Catron, who was a member of the corn-
pan. , repreeeuled the plalutiff, and Cull
ders & Uotfctou the defeudaut. The com'
pauy sued tor damages accruing from an
alleged Illegal attachment of a large
number of the company's cattle, me
alUrueys made their arguments to the
jury yesterday. As they were not Oulshed
when the tralu lett Socorro yesterday ai-
leruoou, W. H. Childers and T. B. Catron
staid over until to-day.
A telegram was received from oocorro
at noon to-day statiug that the jury had
returned a verdict tor 10,000 in favor ot
K. L. Gray died at his home on north
Third street at midnight last night from
bright s disease, aged oa years, lie was
a merchant at Raton and came to this
city Aug. 1. He leaves a wife and two
grown children. The funeral will take
place from O. W. Strong's Undertaking
parlors Sunday afteruoou at x o clock.
I lie deceased was a Mason and that lodge
will have charge of the funeral. Rev.
Mr. Beanie will conduct the fuueral exercises.
Andrus Mackay died at the Santa Fe
Papilla hiMultal at 11 a. m. to-day. The
deceased came here from Ludlow, Cal.,
about four mouths ago, where he was
eutiuecled with the track department of
the Sauta Fe faniUo. He has uo acquain
tance In this city. Ue will be buried by
Undertaker Strong at 4 p. m. to-morrow.
Althoush the holiday season Is over.
there is uo reason why people should not
enjoy the luxury of good living as long
as F. F. Trotter, the Second street gro
cerviuan. continues to furnish every
Ihlug that makes dining so delectable
and at such low priced.
I'se Dasteurlted milk and cream It
yon have lung trouble.
...,L iding Jeweler....
WATC11 1NSI TOR SANTA FE RAILWAY
ALBiJEKQUE, N. M.
AVatches, Diamouds, Jewelry, Silverware.
John H. Matthews, a grocery merchant
on a small scale, killed his wife and two
children at No. 4211 Columbus avenue,
Greater New York, and then committed
suicide, last Monday night.
In th spring of 1H83, John H. Mat
thews came to this city from Texas In a
Covered wagon, accompanied by his wife,
and they rented a small frame house on
either west Tljeras avenue or north Sixth
street He was suffering with rheuma
tism, and was a patient ot old Dr. Jason
Conley.who was then a thriving "quack"
physician and surgeon of this city In
those early days, and who left for parts
unknown when his trns name came roll
ing In from his eastern creditors.
The rheumatic patient got relief, and
soon thereafter peddled merchandise
throughout central New Mexico, obtain
ing bis goods on "cash basis' from the
then wholesale and retail merchants of
Matthews continued In the peddling
business tor about a year, and sometime
In 1HH5 or 188S he started a general mer
chandise and trading business, and a saw
mill at Cuba, a little settlement In the
Naclmlento monntalns, about thirty-five
miles trom the norhtwestern border of
the Navajo Indian reservation.
Luck favored him, and almost every
month thereafter Matthews had a cara
van of wagon hers to be loaded np with
merchandise and supplies, suitable for
the mountaineers and trading among the
Navajo Ind tans.
The wholesale merchants always wel
corned hi coming, for he was a cash
customer, or bought goods on "short
time,1' and his bill generally run np
Into the thousands of dollars.
In the latter part of 18D4, or the spring
of 18U5, Matthews and wife, hankering
after a trial of business lite In the east
and not satisfied with their good fortune
In the mountains of northwestern Berna
lillo county, sold out their Cuba business
and saw mill to K. A. Mlera, and removed
to this city, remaining here a short time,
and before leaving th city Mr. Matthews
called at this offies and subscribed for The
Citizsn, ordering it sent to Medicine
After a short stay at Medicine Lodge,
Mr. Matthews ordered The Citiien
changed to his address a' Splvey, Kan,
where the Matthews visited tor a few
months, and then came a letter from
him requesting that ths paper be sent to
his address at 704 K. 170th street, New
A few months ago he wrote TBI CiTt
ir.s and stated that bs bad opeued a
small grocery store at 426 Columbus ave
nue, New York, requesting that his pa
per be changed to that address, and In
closing a check la payment for a year's
These facts his letter on file In thl
office and the request that his paper be
sent to 4'JO Columbus avenue, New York,
where the awful crimes were committed
arc positive pre of that the John H
Matthews, who slaughtered his fain
ily and then committed suicide In
New York, is ths same good-natured.
prosperous John H. Matthew that
thrived at Cuba, up In the Naclmlento
mountains for about ten years, and
whose visits to this city, In those days of
his prosperity, wefo balled with delight
by our merchants, and bs was feasted
and wined by them, tor he had money
plenty and was a good customer.
It Is stated, upon excelleut authority,
that when Matthews and family left this
city, he took along with him between
$12,C30 and $1&,0C3, and, from all ac
counts, lost the entire amount In his sev
eral business failures In Nsw York.
From the accounts ot the tragedy.lt
would seem that Matthews and wife hat
agreed between themselves to die and
take aloug with theta "from whose bourue
no traveler returns" their two children,
On that Ill-fated night, after the little
store bad closed Its doors on the business
ot the day, Matthews and wife repaired
to their living quarters In the rear ot
the store. When the wife and children
had retired, Matthews turned on the gas
hoping for death by asphyxiation, but
this mode seemel too alow for the hus
band and father, and to carry out his
awful promise "to murder aud theu sul
clde," he tc jk a hatchet aud rained blow
after blow upon the beads of his wife and
Uavlug murdered his family, Matthews
penciled off these wurds:
'Oil. the horrible thing I have to do to
keen mi word I I Drouilshed that all
should go and the gas was no good. If I
could oulv have died alone) I loved my
wife and children. 1 told her I did not
want to so Into aoy business, as my
mind waa gone, and I guess my uerve is
all that was left. For five year we have
talked It over. I always wauled to go in
a boat aud have It capsize.
Mathews theu went to the bath room;
took oft his shirt and undershirt. He
then returned to th bed ro mi, where his
wit and children had been butchered a
few moments before, and sent two deadly
bullets Into bis body one through the
roof of hi mouth and the other through
W. A. Talbott'a fcatata.
Th matter of the report of John A.
I,ee, a administrator for the estate of
w. A. Talbott. will come nn before Pro
bate Jndge Hubbell to-morrow. When
the matter was last up Nelll B. Field,
representing the administrator, made a
motion that the claims of the creditor ot
the estate be set aside, for the reason that
they had expired by the statute of limi
tations. Judge HubMI denied the mo
tion and Attorney Field lave notice of
appealing the entire matter to the dis
trict court. The judge was not attned
that th whole matter could be appealed
trom a decision on a single tnotiou and
lo k the matter under advisement nntll
Tfcara Arm Oood Itoaaons.
The Las Vegas Optic first, and then
ths Silver Cltv Ragle, contained thl
dirty fling at Albuquerqne:
Albnquerqne seem tobesnfterlog from
want of Dinner electric llehllnv. They
have the plant, but for economical rea
sons the lights are not turned on. Reel-
lent there think It "looks like saving at
th spigot and losing at the bunghole.
Alderman Horner states that there Is
no contract whatever between th city
and the F.lectrlc Light company; that
rutting oft the lights was not a question
ot ecouomy, but It was from "poor service
and poorer lights" furnished.
METHODIST HIHTHOAT SOCIAL.
riaa M aalaal aaa Lltarary Praaram Raa-
aorad BalrMhmaata Marrad.
The birthday social given by the La
dles' Aid society of the Methodist church,
at the residence of W. H. Matson, Sr., on
south Broadway, wa on of the most suc
cessful aflalrsot ths kind that hav takeg
place In ths city for some time. Those
present contributed one cent for every
birthday that they had passed by through
life. Something over l:k) was realised
from these contribution, so that th com
bined ages of all present were about 8.1:. K)
years, and as there were about a hundred
people at the social the average age was
not far from years. Thin scheme af
forded no end of mirth and jocularity.
A delightful program ot vocal solo and
recitation had been prepared t.i furnish
entertainment for the evening. Mrs.
Dunlap sang a solo, by request, which
waa heartily encored. Mis Mabel An
derson, Miss Johnson and Mrs. Holt also
sang some solos. Prof. James Hervey
ward gave a recitation and related a
comical story, which were highly appre
ciated and pnt everybcly In a good hu
mor. Marian Moore and Ruth Bishop
rave a recitation In the form of a dia
logue, and Mrs. Moor and Mrs. A. C.
Walch also contributed to the entertain
ment by reciting some choice selections.
Kerresnments were also servea and It
was nearly midnight before the party
broke np and returned to their homes.
OYSTEU, riBH, ETC.
Fresh herring, Cat fish.
Blue Point oysters lu shell,
Little neck clams In shell.
H. S. Clam In hulk for chowders, etc.
Special brand extra large oysters In bulk.
(eighteen varieties of fresh sausage, both
Dome mails and Imported.
HAMS AND BACON.
Whlttaker. Odd band.
9. and 8., Helmet,
- Swift s Premium sliced bacon.
flcKLKH, CHOW-CHOW, ETC.
Chow-chow, catsup, hot stuff, extract
ot tomato, all lu bulk; sweet, sour, Dill
and Pandora pickles; chill sauce, Rus
stan caviar, Mexican hot, French capers,
BUT AND 8M0KKD FISH.
Anchovies, Norway sardines, Norsk Fst
Slid. Pot'tiuac Rie herring, berrlng (four
varieties) salmon, (ieorges cod, halibut.
Lake Superior white fish, mackerel (four
Lamb's tongues, ox hearts, ox lips, pig
ears, pig talis, pig snouts, pig feet, spiced
Parmasan, Sage aud Salad.
Lamb, Pork tenderloin,
Sweet breads. Spare ribs.
Boneless pig s feet. Luncheon beer,
K. C. mi.tlou Lamb fries.
1'lg pork, Leber ksae.
Boneless boiled ham,
Berlin ham. Peerless bam,
New Kngland pressed bam,
boiled smoked Win goes,
Boiled coined beef.
Han Juhk Market.
A seven room house, furnished; modern
luiproveiueubi; nlc-ly located, with large
yard. For pariicu'Brs ran m uuorge
biwmaus, 210 south Walter street.
A good milch row. Inquire at Dl
south Walter street.
Another of thism delightful free con
certs will be elven at the Orchestrion
hall to-morrow (Saturday) night, aud
everybody Is cordially invited.
Breaks Down on Stand and Cries
Like a Child.
Japaa Preparing for War With Rus
sia and Its Allies.
Lord Salisbury Will Retire From Fortlgn
Secrstaryihlp la Cabinet
MA1T1AIS BEADLOCE COniSVES.
Chicago, Jan. tl. Adolph L. Lnetgert
went on the witness Und to-day and
told th story of th doing ot his sau
sage fact ry on th night of May 1, when
his wlf. f tt whose murder he Is now
being tried, disappeared. Luelgert
brok down on th eland, crying Ilk a
AALUUl'BV TO RKTIRK.
Will Ssuraadar Sarl(a aaerataryahl ta
far Vlaaraas Maa.
Chicago, Jan. 21. A special to th
Times-Herald from Washington aays:
Lord Salisbury's early retirement from th
secretaryship ot stats for foreign affairs
In ths British cabinet Is foreshadowed by
Information received In Washington. It
Is hinted that Kngland' foreign policy
will be made mors aggressive. Lord Sal
isbury doe not Intend to resign the pre
miership of th cabinet, but will sur
render the foreign secretaryship to a
younger and more vigorous man,
mrr-ARiso roa war.
Japaa Will Vaalal Aay Chan la taa
ttala Qaa or Chlaa.
London, Jan. 21. Ths St. James
Oaxetts, commenting upon a dispatch
from Yokohama, saying that a fleet of
nine Japans warship will leav Japan
In a week for Chinese water, said:
"Japan la prepared for war. That In a
nutshell I ths news trom Yokohama to
day. It la understood that the destina
tion of the fleet la Wel Hal Wel and there
la no doubt th movement mean that the
statu quo In China as far as Manchuria
and Core ar concerned, shall not b
altered by tlossla or any combination ot
Russia' allies,. In defiance of Great
Britain aud Japan."
LA VEUA POST ASTBHS.
Fra.ld.at Appelated Jaata A. Carrala
Bad K. H. Balaaar Ta-Day,
Washington, Jan. 21. Ths presldont
to-day appointed the following postmas
ter: ew Mexloo--James A. Carrnth,
Kast Las Vegas; K. H.Salaxnr, Las Vegas.
""" a Svaatar AUaaMd.
Annapolis, Md., Jan. SI. Ths fourth
day of balloting for United Bute sen
ator found the situation practically un
changed. The feeling 1 growing that
the ouly way to settle the matter 1 by
the withdrawal of both Shaw and Me
Coinaa In favor ot a compromise candi
date. Wlta Mardarar Uau a atay.
Austin. Texas, Jan. 21. Kugen Burt,
ths wife aud child murderer sentenced to
lie hanged to-day, baa been granted a
stay ot execution by the district judge,
until March, pending an examination
Into the prisoner's alleged Insanity.
Hon. George Curry, president of the
council of the Thirty first legislative as
sembly, aud a member of the council of
the Thirty-second legislative assembly,
came In from Sauta Fe last ulght, and
between trains had a conference with
lion. Lorlou Miller, ex-teirluirlal secia-
tary. Mr. Curry lett this morning fi r
rularosa, where be Is a real estate and
Col. Samuel P. Carpenter, one ot the
old settlers lo the territory, died at Sti
ver City yesterday, aged 64 years. Old
residents of this city remember the
colonel at the time when star route rau
from Albuquerque to Preeoolt, Arlxoua.
He followed the occupation ot a post
trailer tor a long time, and also dealt
largely In cattle.
Messrs, Kddlngs, nail, Love, Leavltt,
O'Hannon and Calvert, of the carpenter
lepartmeut of the Sauta Ke Pacific, weut
out to the Johnson canyon tunnel last
night, where they will go to work and
repair the damage done. A large num
ber ot common laborers also weut with
A prominent cltixen of Salabury, Ver
mont, (oluiubiii Smith, and bis estimable
wife are temporarily domiciled tt the
Highland, having arrived from the east
last night. They have stopped over to
see Albuquerque before proceeding fur
1). C. Hobart. president, and Thos.
Hughes, eecrsvary, of the Territorial
ItiMtrd of Eqalixation, returned to the city
from Hants Fe last night. Mr. Hobart
exiHM'ls to continue south to his horns at
Silver City to morrow morning.
Miss Claude Albright hue secured th"
Duncan oiiera house for her coucert.
Tuesday, February tt, lu Lis Vegas, She
will give a concert lu Sauta Fe, We lues
day, February U.
Rev. Thos Harwood. the missionary of
Spanish work for th Metluxlist Kplseopal
church, returned frum ths uoith last
Mall ()nler Given
and Promptly rilled
Agent for Hut ter
ick's Pattern and
Dr. Jaejfcr's Underear.
Stocktaking Is Over...
Now to get rid of tho odda and ends that wero culled
from tho various departments. Wo aro selling them
fast. Still, wo havo a good many Special Bargains
left, but they will not last long at theso
It will pay you to come in and look over our Bargain
BAHGAIN NO. 1
One lot Imported Novelty Dresa
Patterns, worth up to $15.00, on
bargain table, at $3. GO
BARGAIN NO. 2
One lot Fine Broche and Brocaded
Silk Velevtt, worth up to $3.50
per yard, on bargain table at
BARGAIN NO. 3
One lot Fine Cloak in gs, worth up
to $3.50 a yard, on bargain table
at, per yard $1.00
BARGAIN NO. 4
Isaae Dunlap, who came here a few
days ago to attend the funeral ot his
brother. Hainuel Huulau. eipecU to wind
matters up here lu a turn days when he
ajill return to California, where tie will
settle uo the business affairs of his I
brother, and thence returu to Washing-
GEO. C.GAINSLEY &CO.'S
Red Letter Sale
We Are OlTerintJ Some Bargains in
Footwear. Sale Lasts Until Jan. 25.
Geo. C. Gainsley & Co.
One Lot Linen Towels, worth 15c
to 35c each, on bargai? tables at
Oc, 15c and
25 Per Cent Discount on
All Capes and Jackets.
$ao.oo Wraps, now $13.00
$10.00 Wraps, now 7,50
$5.00 Wraps, now , V 3.75
$3.00 Wraps, now 2.25
BARGAIN NO. 5
One lot of Woolen Dress Goods in
Beautiful Plaids, Lovely Brocades,
Handsome Plain Colors and Fancy
weaves, worth up to qi.oo per
Yard, on bargain tables at 25c,
30c, 4()c and..,. ,
BARGAIN NO. G
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 cost $6.oo to make, only $5.00
THini). Fifty fine Kersey Overcoats and Chinchilla Ulsters,
worth $13.00 a garment, to close out at $7.50
FOURTH. Our Boys' Overcoats and Ulsters, $5.00 and
$6.00 grades, all going at $3.50
E. L. Washburn & Co.
All Patterns 10c and 15c
204 Railroad Avonue, Albuquerque, N M.
THE UK8T LIGHTED 8T0HE IN THE CITY.
Day as Received.
1 898--ADVANCE SALE-1 898.
Ladies' Maislin "Wear.
f) irmiMit brand new and made precisely in the mode that will prevail this Spring.
Cnodi and LOWER PRICES than those offered at "January," "Alteration,"
'Clearing," "Inventory" and say-anything sales.
...W Illustrate a Fewof Our Many Novelttea la This Greet Sale...
fit 4,l'l,,i, I lV
nii- at-tt'itL-iM'-:r'jii"ntYe iW"W-
121 South Second Street.
Reliable Shoe Dealers.
(iowoH, tiktrt, ChimtiiMH, Drawer, Cornet Covers, alao Ctiildrua'a Matlla Wear lu great variety divided Into 9 lota.
See W'ndow Display! Sale Begins Monday Morning.
LOT NO. 1...
IVrffct fitting Kiuliroldered Coraxt Covern. . flft
Clilldreu'a W alat and Drawers, 1, 2 aud 3 yrn. Q y
LOT NO. 3... '
Ladle1 full alia night dreaaea
Beautiful HtyltH lu Due Kuitiroldered Coraet flCft
Ladle' Mini 1 11 and Cainlirlo Umbrella
LOT NO. 3...
Noveltlwi la Ladl' extra flue Comet cover.
1-a.llrH' full lte Kuihroldered Night ()owiih..QQa
Ladle' wide aud milled and tucked (klrUjJU
a ad Umbrella Drawera
I LOT NO. 4.,
Ladle' Marguerite. One Miwlln Cambric
Gown. Fanry Corset Covera
Ladle' HeuiHttclied Lace aud Embroidered A Qa
Umbrella Drawer tJb
Ladles Kmbroldered bkirU.
LOT NO. 5.,
Kmbroldered Night Oowds. I.ae Umbrella-n
HklrU aud Kmbroldered Umbrella Draw QjjfJ
LOT NO. 6...
Exceptional values In Kmbroldered Gown,
Drawer. hkirU and Ladle' Kmbrold
ered extra loug Marguerite
Lot 7 at 8J0, Lot 8 at 1.4'J aud Lot 9 at tl.W eonxUt ot eople from the French of Klue Umbrella Drawer, high
grade Kreucb Night Uowua, Lace Kmbroldered bklrt.
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