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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 10, 1898.
Captain of the Ship Vizcaya Kicks
Insulter of Americans.
McKlNLEY WILL UROB
Key Went, March 10. Among the pas
senger from Havana to-day wu Sena
tor Proctor, of Vermont. HI companion.
Col. Parker, oald: "The famine, suffer
Ing anit awful deetltutlon among the
reroncentrado arc almost tntleecrinalile.
The alcalde of Matantaa told me that 68,
000 periions died of oUrratlon In that
city laet year and M0 died during Feb
ruary. "We were abont to entr a hotel one
da; when a Spanish officer eald In Span
ish: 'I atinuld like to hare the order to
kill th people.'
"Kvery American In Cuha 1 watched
aa thoogh he were a criminal. The
Spaniards bate un. and do not heeltate to
"Everyone In Havana known that the
Maine wan blown op, the Spaniards no
longer denying It. They do not seem
very ead over It, either.
"Are we going to have warf Well, It
we dont 1 shall be enrprlaed."
THK GAPtAIM KICKED.
ImtmI rnnlahm.nl Metee) Ont to la
New York, March 10. A dlcpatch to
the Herald from Havana eaye: Captain
KuUte, of thsSpanlith emitter Vltcaya,
stood on the quarterdeck and heard a
boat load from nhore ue abuxlve lan
guage a they rowed about the Kern,
lliey then boarded the Vlicaya. The
raptaln. stepped forward to meet the
newcomers, who smiled and bowed obee
qulonely. Out shot a neatly Mllhrd foot
and the nearest ol".eiiilius gentlemau
was kicked. Thru the raptaln and
marine hustled and booted the rent of
Aa they regained their feet, the cap
.taln said that they were persons of the
eort which placed the country In false
pneltion and sometimes precipitated the
acrlQce of useful lives and money. The
. boat was quickly pulled ashore.
- After tlie Kern left the harbor, the
- cruiser Alfouso XIII wasNtowed to the
anchorage that had been oevopled by the
Kern. Captain Hlgsliee politely expressed
his opinion to the admiral of the port
that the government had given that
berth to the L'nlted KtuUH for the time
audit teas then torn expected that the
Montgomery would occupy it. The ad
miral explalutd that lie Montgomery
woe to go to a more distant anchorage.
This would ft roup Hie Vii"aya, Oquendo
and Alfonso and n gunloitt between the
MontKoroery sod the Iiai hot's mouth at
Moro castle. - '.
The American awftlihl "ttaid that he
would report the in alter, to his superiors.
Then he mas told that If the arrange'
niMitH were deemed unsuitable the
Moutgemery would 1 given the berth
vacated by the Kern.
The Alfonso was Immediately towed
back to its old berth.
I1K.WILI I AN Klin's.
Has Kiol Purrb.wil Vtatll or I ha
South Aiit.rlraa Ka-Matilla,
New York. March W.-lhe llrazlllun
government ofllcials persist In denying
that Utar.il has soM any v.orstilps, but It
is stated on hlizh authority that she has
sold one or more of her vessels now build
lug In Kurore to the lulled Mates, says
a Klo Janeiro correspondent of the Her
As tor Spain, If there were negotla
tlous on her part for purchase of ships
from Brazil, the latter refused to sell.
Will lonllrui Calhoun.
Washington, March 10. The senate
committee on inter-state commerce
agreed to recommend the confirmation of
W.J. Calhoun as Interstate commerce
commissioner. There was no oppoei
NO CO MM I NICATIO.N.
Kuilaud nuil I nll.il State, liar. Not IHa-
cn..d the Npanl.h Uua.tlnn.
Loudon, March 10. Parliamentary sec
retary tt the foreign offlce, George N
Curxon. replying to the house of com
mousto day toltouald Monroe-Ferguson
liberal, said that no communications on
the Cuban question had been exchanged
between the British ambassador, Sir
Julian Fauncefote, aud the government
Of the United States.
The question which. It was aunouueed,
Hubert Valentine Puneoiube, conserva
tive, was to ask whether the British
government will consider the advisabil
ity of placing the services of the British
fleet at the disposal of the United States
In the event of complications between the
United States and any foreign power
was not put.
hpaln Haying ,eriuen Ship..
Berlin, March 10. Senor Sandoal,
Spanish military agent luliertuany, Aus
tria aud Scuudaiiavia, made three condi
tional purchases of coasting steamers at
Birth Stone Rings, Just Received.
Who in thii world of oura their eyes
In March first open, shall be wise;
In days of peril, firm and brave,
And wear a Hyacinth to their grave.
IBS IHS 35SinDIE?I,nrJ
Leading Jawoler, R. R. Av Albuquarqua. N. M.
Flume and two at Polo. He starts to
day for Stettin and Hamburg to Inspect
vessels offered. The United States so far
has made no purchases from among
options In Germany.
Ma..erre4 Knallnh Police,
London, March 10. A special from
Allahabad says that the Kachlns, a Bur
mese hill tribe, have maswred five mil
itary policemen, capturing their guns.
The Kachlns, It appears, have driven
back a small force sent to punish them.
Chicago, March 10. A special to the
Chronicle from Washington says: Pres
ident McKinley hvi completed the draft
of a special message to congress In
which he recommends the recognition of
It Is his Intention to send this message
to congress within two weeks.
Chloao MtOTB Mai hot.
Chicago, March 10. Cattle Receipts,
8,000. Market steady to a shade higher.
Beeves, 3.H0iBX0; cows and heifers.
22n.rf4.40; stockers and feeders, I3.50J
4.5"; Texas steers, $3.0a4 50.
Sheep Receipts, 11,000. Markelsteady
Native sheep, tt.lo.jt.ftO; westerns.
$3.00(34.50; lambs, f 4 0065.50.
Honor fr:itnilel to the Aathnrol 'A Maa
Without a Country."
Washington, March 10. Rev, Edward
Kverett Hale, of Boston, delivered the in
vocation at the opening of the senate to
day aud subsequently was accorded an
unusual honor at an Informal reception
on the floor of the senate.
A Joint resolution to revive the grade
of lieutenant general was reported from
the military affairs committee. Cockrell,
of Missouri, said he desired It understood
that the report was not unanimous.
The house, in committee of the whole
tesnmed consideration of the excepted
senate amendments to the Indian bill
The pending qneetion, coming over from
yeslerdny, was on a motion of Shafroth,
(Colorado) to concur In the free house
clause placed In the bill by the senate.
Without transacting any Important
business, the senate adjourned till Mon
day. KI.KCTION IN OVHA.
Tli Uonaer. afire, will Tan Tart and Try
to NMur. lha Offlrars.
Havana, March 10. The ceutral com
mittee of the conservative party have
agreed to take part In the forthcoming
election. The attitude of the conserva
tives does not mean, however, that they
accept the autonomous form of govern
ment or will contribute to Its establish'
meut. The conservatives will only ac
cept positions to which they may be
elected so as to watch the proceedings of
the autonomists, defend their interests
and "enable them to protect themselves
In parliament against the new regime
Washington, March 10. The president
to-day sent the following nominations to
the senate: United States district judge
Edward Meek, northern district of
Texas; Edmund Waddlll, Jr., eastern dis
trict of Virginia.
War Lleuteuaut colonel to be Colonel
William Sinclair, Fifth artillery. Majors
to be Llent. Colonels, Frank 0. Smith, Sec
ond artillery; Joseph 0. Ramsay, Fifth
artillery. First Lieut. Moses 0. Zallnski,
Second artillery, to be captain and as
Washington, March 10. The senate
committee on military affairs to-day de
cided to recommend the passage of a bill
authorizing the revival of the grade of
lleuteuaut general of the army. The
bill authorizes the president to nominate
auy officer to this grade. It is in the In
terest of General Miles.
Omaha, Neb., March 10. Fire this
morning destroyed the Deadwood and
Delaware Smelter and a considerable
amount of railroad property at Deadwood,
8. D. The loss Is about 1150,000.
Washington, March 10. Senator
Chandler introduced a bill providing for
the omission of duties on war materials
that may be Imported.
Omaha, Neb., March 10. Dr. W. 0.
Rodgera, head physlclau of the Woodmen
of the World, died to day of rheumatism
of the brain.
Half a Cent far Acre.
l'rescott, Ariz., March 10. The laud
grant lu Arizona was sold nnder fore
closure here yesterday. Treasurer K.
Wilder of the Santa Fe company bid
$i1,ron,and the entire grant of 1,000,414
anes was knocked down to him. The
price paid was less than half a cent per
Windsor, March 10. Qneen Victoria
started for Tortsmouth tv.Ii aiwrnooo on
her way to the south of France.
Arrive at Havana,
Havana, March 10. The American
yacht Anita, with a congressional party
on board, arrived here to-day.
WATKR COMPART ENJOINED.
From ahnltlna Wn lha Water Supply !
ehnole If earing March VI.
A suit was filed this morning by the
city of Albuquerque and the board of
education against the TVater Hnpply
company, alleging that the defendant
gave notice that Tt would shut oft the
water supply to the ptihlte schools to-day
nn lees the hoard of education obligated
Itself for the water rued tor such pur
pose, and claiming that nnder contract
with the cltv the water companr bad
agreed to furnish all water required for
school pnrposee without extra compensa
tion, and the court grantwl a temporary
injunction agilnst the Water company
shutting off the supply, end command
ing the derennnnt to snow cause on
March 21 why the injunction should Dot
be made perpetual.
Heniamla Koyil Hpencer to-day com
menced a suit for divorce against his
wife, Ida Bell Hamilton Spencer, now of
la the case or taivin rvnmng vs. the
city of Albuquerque, Strickland Aubrlghl,
ll. A.Montrori, et ai., cause aisiulased
without prejudice, at costs of defendant.
I ass ol me r) nitney company vs. a. H.
Shaw dismissed at plaintiff's costs.
1 he case or Vt in bangninelte vs. J. K.
McCowan et al. chancery to quit title.
was stricken from docket. Motion for
appeal was made by plaintiff's attorney.
Vt . V. Heacock.
The case of M. W. Flonrnoy vs. Frank
M. Jones and Wiley M. Weaver, assignee
of Charles .elger, ejectment, was stricken
The case of Welller A, Anderson vs. Ed
ward McUuIre et al, was stricken from
On the United States side of the court.
the case of the United States vs. Trinidad
Tartu, alias Trinidad Gartile, adultery, is
now on trial. Assistant United States
Idstrlct Attorney Money is proHernting,
and Dnnaciano Chavez and W. C. Ilea
IT WILL H "I.KMIMI,"
Mr. Rlakley Will Favor This City with
The best production of comic opera that
Albuquerque people will have the pleas
ure ot attending, either from amateur or
firofesslonal, will be given by Mrs. Wak
ey about the 1st of May, and this popu
lar A inuquerque actress will be assisted
by a company ot forty-five people.
Mrs. Blakley needs no introduction In
this line, aa all her former eflorta here
have been crowned with success, and our
citizens treated to a number ot tlrst class
Ths beautiful and popular comic opera
of ' Knntule" has been selected for the
forthcoming play, with the best local
talent In the-cast that this alty-nan pro
dune, and that is saying a great deal.
"The Little Tycoon" and "The Chimes
of Normandy," given some time ago by
Mrs. Blakley, were first-class In every
resisM-t, and Th k Citikn understands
that "Krmlute"wlll be far more elaborate
and will eclipse anything of the kind
ever given here. This paper, In advance,
twepeaks for Mrs. Blakley a crowded
house, and a big success In every par
ticular. Thk Citikn also learns that this popu
lar amateur actress Is arranging to take
a company at au early day to El Paso,
and should she conclude, which is most
likely, she will treat the theater got rs of
the 1'ass city to one ot the unost onter
tniniuents of the season.
HOI'TIIKHN M KTHODIsTH.
The l'rolliiK or IUlrt-t Conferaara
The revival services are being largely
attended, aud great interest is being
manifested In them.
Dr. Carradlne is preaching rnagnlQ
cent sermons and the people are perfectly
delighted, (io out and hear him to-ulght
at 7:3i. Ho is one of the fluent pulpit
orators on ths American continent. Dr.
Ciirradine preaches twice every day. At
io a. m. and t -V) p. in. be snre to attend
these services. (Jo to-night.
The district conference met at 2:50 p.
m. with the preachers and delegates all
In their places. After religious services.
conducted by Dr. A. H. Sutherland, the
following committees were announced
bv the chair: On public worship Rev
M. Hodgson. J. A. Suodgrass and U. C.
(in examination for license to preach
Revs. A. 11. Sutherland, W. E. Foulks
aud i. L. Adams.
On examination of Quarterly confer
ence records W, E. Foulks, L. L Adams
and J. M. Koirer.
On Sunday schools A. H. Sutherland,
Edward Lebreton and J. B. Allen.
The afternoon tit-day was sm nt In hear
Ing reports from the various charges in
tne district, which were an very encour
aging and showed considerable progress
along all lines or cnurcn won.
Trial of Mr. Klrkpatrlok.
John J. Bippus, of Pueblo, Colo., writes
to the Laa Vegas Optic the following eon
eernlng Mrs. Klrkpatrlck, who is well
known in this cltv:
The trial of Mrs. M. P. Klrkpatrlck
Pueblo's female Napoleon of Finance Is
to occur lu a few davs. Auollier new in
formation has been tiled against her, the
nharire beinir forirerv. I his makes
total of eight charges of forgery Ixaiked
against her. For two years this woman
has carried on her peculiar methods of
"raising the wind" and no oue suspected
her of wrong doing, though many won
dered where she obtained the "ducats'
that enabled her to play the grand dame
so ostentatiously. I lie end came wnen
she presented a forged check for payment
at one of our local banks. The bauk of-
llclals refused to cash the check until
they could verify the genuluess ot the
signatures attached. V bile the bauk of
llcials were Investigating, airs. &. jumped
aboard a train aud started tor ludlau
where shs was arrested, some teu day
later, aud brought back to face the music.
W. C. T. I .
The Woman's Christian Tcniperanc
Union will meet at the kindergarten
rooms Friday, March II, at A p. m.
welcome to all. Ri Til J. Sruu,
Richard Bates, capitullst, expects to
leave for Birmingham, Ala., to-morrow,
taklnir with bim his brother. Paul
Bates, who is feeling much comforted by
ths presence of his brother and the pros
pect of a change of scene.
Attorney Po, of Santa Fe, passed
through the city last night, en route for
Mexico, but It Is thought he will stop on
at Las Unices to consult with ex-Sollcltor
General Fall, in regard to the latter a re
Picture frames. Whitney Co.
San Francisco is Visited by
Russia It Going to BullJ a Fleet of
Enrlaaa Hay Tender Its Fleet to the
I0T II aOMBAT QCIU.IP.
San Francisco, March 10. Not since
174 has a worse gale swept over the bay
than that which sprnng up at midnight
nd continued until 7 a. ni. lha bay is
Qlled with wreckage. Loss, 2,UO.
NOLAMO IS rHIBNULT.
riMt mt Oraat Hrllaia May b Tandora
to Thla Country.
London, March 10 lu the house ot
Commons today Hon. Hubert Valentine
Duneouib, conservative, will ask the par
liauieutaiy secretary of the foreign olllce,
urson, whetn.ir, Willi a view of recog
izing the Identity ot the Interest of all
Kuglish speaking peoples, her majesty's
government will consider the advisabil
ity ot placing the services of the British
Meet at the disposal ot the United States
the event of complications between
the United States aud any foreign power.
It tot la Homhay,
Bombay, March 10.-This city la quiet
to-day. The only soldiers killed lu the
riots were two men of the Shropshire
regiment, who were walking without
arms, t Magna Inspector liawes was an-
Iden tally shot. The plague committee
Is criticised for leaving the searchers de
fenseless, especially when it was known
that vlsiUtlous were bitterly resented by
KanMM city Market.
Kansas City, March 10, Cattle Re
ceipt, 4,000, Best grades strong, others
Texas steers, 3.2.'ft4.Wl; Texas cows,
:t.SV4.10; native steers, :i HjntR.:iu;
oattve cows aud heifers, . l.6m 4 Wi
Uockeri aud feeders, iiiKKji.&O; bulla,
I J ih14.60.
Sheep Receipts. 1000; market, steady.
Utubs, $'.t.;si..60: muttons, (3 .'r$4.oo.
Knaala Hulldlna Sr. I pa.
St. Petersburg, March 10. An Imperial
ukase just Issued orders the disburse
ment ot lto.ooo.noo roubles as extraor
dinary expenditure for the construction
Chinas Unli Markat.
Chicago, March in. Wheat March,
1.02!4; May, 11.04. Corn March,
a'c; May, 30V. OaU March, atl'.e;
New fork, March 10. Money on call,
nominally gtj'i't per cent. Prime mer
cantile ppnr, 4w4 .
Stllnr aad Loo.
New fork. March 10. Silver. M'vo:
New York, March 10. Copper,
rol.HOM HO Nil MKCUBKIi.
Tb Eieollaat Prartlo to Bo Worked by
Mr. Norman and Other,
C. W. Norman, who has been here for
sometime negotiating for a bond of six
mourns ror a o,i u on the roisom group
of mines in Hell canyon, was lu town
yesterday aud left la-tl night for Alton,
II. lie was successful In securing the
bond tor himself aud parties and now
goea back to Alton to purchase the nec
essary machinery for working the ore.
It is also understood that Mr. Norman.
on his return In a few weeks, will com
mence active work ou the properties, and
that large amount of tunneling aud
cross-cutting will be done in the develop
ment of the mines.
A MINEKAL HI'sTI.EK.
Hon. r. A. tu-yaoliia Itolng Oood
for If aw Maaloo.
Hon. F. A. Remolds, who so ably rep
resented Sierra county In the lower house
of the last legislature. Is In the city,
arriving last night from Santa Fe aud
registering at hi urges huropean. Ml rice
the legislature, Mr. Reyuolils has devoted
his time almost exclusively to building
up the vast mineral resources of this tor
rilory, and has been successful In getting
considerable eastern capital Interested
lu several districts. He will remain here
to-day, talking up the adjacent districts,
and will leave this evening for the Co
chlti camp, where he goes to examine
some properties for eastern people. Mr
Reynolds Is a rustler, and be Is a good
man to boom the mineral possibilities of
Han Oyer by a Train,
Chief Clerk McCauna. at the freight
depot, received a telegram this morning
saying that a man had been round cut in
two ou the track a short distance east of
Wingate, and that be had probably been
IS ARRIVING DAILY.
25 Cases Received To-Day,
And they are beauties, from the
country. We do not carry anything but reliable goods, and can
guarantee our customers that they
Old Shoddy Job Lots.
We are always ploaned to shew goods.
GEO. C. GAINSLEY & CO.,
Reliable Shoe Dealers.
E. J. POST k CO.
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION.
run over by a train. The telegram asked
that the coroner be notified. Mr. Mc
( anna Informed the sheriff, who advised
that the nearest justice of the peaoe be
notiileii. No further Information has
been received. The only Identification
given of the man was that he appeared
io be a Mexican.
A Lively Runaway.
The bay bnggy mare of Ilfeld Bros,
raa away at 1:46 o'clock this afternoon,
and after rnnnlng around halt dozen
bhvk. withont doing any damage to
herself and bnggy, was caught ani held
by J. H, Pegoe at the corner ot Rail
road avenne and Second street A lady
barely escaped being ran over, the
hore brushing past her aa she escap
ed Into the Monleznma. A colored man,
In Ms effort to render valuable aid In
stopping the nihre, slipped and foil In
the mod, and as Mr, Pegue drove off, he
aid : "Thar, I will get nnthln', not even
PROMIHPNT MINING MIS,
O. P. roe and Wat. Bayly la the tity
ttaatloa at Co hit L
O. P. Posoy, of jtm Angeles, and Wm.
Rayt... of Denver, the two gentlemen who
bave charge of the aOalrs nf the Cochltl
t.olil ikinlng company at Bland, are at
Slur -.i Kurnpeiu and wilt leave tn-SBor
row ulght tor Bland. Tune gentlemen
were associated togs' her in organizing
the lorn Boy Mining company In VoUt
ra lo. if which Mr. Bayly was president
The Tom Boy mine was afterward sold to
a syadicate of English capitalists for
t.iH,i vKi. These geullein-" have turned
their attention to CochlU and that they
will make It a great camp does not ad
mit ot a doubt,
Mr. 1'oeey was seen Io day and asked as
to latest development with reference to
the Loibltl dlalrlcL "There I not very
muchnew that has transpired lately." be
said, "which you have not already made
piihllc They are busy at present exca
vating for the mill and freight bv arriv
ing daiiy at Thornton and being hauled
from there to Bland. It will probat ly be
four mot, iii before everything la in nrst
class or ler when we will give employ
ment to abont two hundred men."
w hat is your ODlnion. Mr. Poser, of
th Cochltl district as compared with
other obier and more celebrated mining
districts?" was aekrd.
"It la too early yet to make compari
son, be replied. "We are Interest
ed in !irge mine In Colorado and
Montane but they are none of them
like these. Here It is a cyanide
proposition or nothing. It Is very
hard to And ore that are suitable for the
cyanide iirocess, and It la our opinion
that the Cochltl ores will have to under
go a preliminary treatment before they
ran be worked Ly the cyanide procee.
We have been experimenting for the oast
four months, however, aud think we
know how to treat them."
A BOI.IU COMPANY
A eonip.ny that ha don business for
I (Ml veiar ei.jt nl,l owe S'lO f M Ml Of Ml f
! from lire uinst be true and tried.
Such Is tli record of the Insurance Com
pany of North America. A policy that la
backed by asset of over 1 1(1,000,000 mast
be as safe as government bonds. Such Is
the policy of the Philadelphia Under
writers. Hknry LockaHT. Ageut.
Room 4 and i, (irant block.
.. .-.J - -
aat Pe Uiultoa iralo.
Train No. S, weatlsmnd, will leave Al
buquerque at 12:14 p. m. on March II, 14,
in. zi.a&and m. arid Mondays ana Fri
day thereafter until further notice.
Train No. 4, east bound, will leave at
4:05 p. m. on March 13, I t (last Monday
train), In, 10, Zi, 'M and ao, aud Wednes
days and Saturday thereafter.
n. b. l iiLix, Agent.
To tha l.adlo.
My spring and summer millinery I
now arriving, and the spring opening of
up-to-date millinery, which Include an
elegant Una ot pattern hats, will be an
nounced In a rew days.
Mm M. Mi Chkii.ht,
313 W. Railroad avenue.
& foot ladder $ M
7 foot ladder... : DO
8 foot ladder....: 1 00
10 foot ladder 1 26
Madame Kwiiig, ot Paeadena, Cal., I
teaching new iirocea of painting.
KeaeouatileterujN. Ladle and geiitleiueu
uleaaerall. Koom 7, (.olunibue hotel.
The tea given hy Mr. J. U. Holiuan at
her homeou the Highland reeterdar af
ternoon, to tha ladle of Turguolae lodge
and Brotherhood or Knglneera, waa on
of the grandeet alTalr ever given In th
city. The table were beautifully dee
oraled with choice eut flower; a to th
eatable well, aik eonie of the Brother
hood. Twenty five In number eat down
at the table to eat at A p. tn., after prlte
were given at card tablee.
Mr. and Mr. A. P. Llodnay atart to
night for California for the benefit of
Mr. Llndaay'a health, who ha been 111 for
live Witeke. Mr. I.lndnay I the bona black
Hiutlli at the Santa Ke Paeltle ahop.
To day tha Albmiuenjiia Rowling Par
lore, on north Klret atreet, connected
with the Mutual Automatic Telephone
company, with No. 273.
Mr. UuiiHiiiore ha juat returned from
a plraeaut trip to California.
largeat Custom Factories in the
will get the latest styles, and not
Mall Order Given
and Promptly Filled
THIS STYLE MAPPER
i Jai ii i ilmejoteV
Golf and Bicycle Caps for Men and Boys.
They all must go; they are worth up to 75c.
To close them out your choice 'Zfio
For Men and Boys just received, another lot,
and they are beauties.
Sweaters from 'Z5o up.
Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Furniture,
Carpets, Crockery, Glassware, Lamps.
Iron Pipes and Fittings.
Largest Stock of Brass
Goods in New Mexico.
Miner's and Engineers' Supplies.
AO Pattern. 10c and 15c
In New Spring Attire.
Our store and shelves are laden with all the beauty and newness of the season.
ATTRACTIVE GOODS and still more ATTRACTIVE PRICES welcome
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
to come in and look over our assortment in the pretty, delicate 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 Ilayaderas, in Wool Poplin and Silk mixed our collection is second to none in
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 tnd well
selected stock for the coming Spring. Season. INSPECTION SOLICITED.
Here i a large quantity, made of excellent
Prints, cut well, full li.c and neatly trimmed
and finished. They are offered at let than
Vou can buy material.
Wrapper 75c to f 2.50, worth double.
We have thoae pretty Gold and Jewel Belts
you hear so much of; have them In numer
ous styles. Put one on an old dress and it
tones tt up wonderfully. Wear it with a new
one and you are in the height of Fashion.
204 Railroad Avanue, Albuquarqua,
LIGHTED BTOKE IN
Agents for Butter
'Ick'c Pattern, and
Dr. Jaegsr! Underwear.
THIS STYLE WRAPPER
The new goods for Summer Shirt Walst
The Daintiest Checks, the Prettiest Plaids,
and the Nobbiest Stripes; looks equal to silk,
extra width. Price per yard t1o
New arrivals in extra fine Ladies' Under,
wear in Mull and Nainsook. They are the
finest we have yet shown; that's saying a
good deal, Come and see the new stock.
Day as Received.