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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 6, 1898
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The President Moving Slowly in the
Spanish War Question.
SIGNS OF PEACE!
CONSUL GENERAL LEG TO LEAVE HAVANA.
Washington, April 6. The president
sent for Senators Lodge, Krye, Daris, and
Bepreeentatlvee Cannon, Dingle anil
Adams. Oo their return to tha adnata.
Dala Immediately mored and obtalued
n executive aaaaioa.
At 1:40 p. m. the senate reenmfd open
session. Attar tha galleries were cleared
Carls aald tha delay In sending tha nira
sage waa dua to tba tact that tltna wax
naaded to get Cuimnl General Le and
other Americans oat ot Havana. Tha
president did not oonelder It wle or ho
mana to send In message which nilitht
endanger tha Uvea of thaaa people.
Tha lat.nt statement la that there mill
be no miaga until Monday. Alarrutng
minora wore all at thla afternoon regard
log tha eafety ot Lea and other ennaular
officers In Cult, aoma even declaring
that a-'Die of them had been attacked by
mob. Official of tha atata department
attach no Importance to these rumor
Awimant recrelary Day aaid It waa
probable that Lee would leave Havana
Mr. DavU atated that the prealdent
(re aa reason for the request for deity
waa telegiara from Conaul General Lee
saying that If message ahould be aont lo
before Monday he would not be reepon
Bible tor the lives of Americana In Cuba
At the White Uouae statement waa au
thorised that the message would not go
After conference with the members of
the foreign affairs eonimilteea ot both
houaea. the prealdent decided not to send
In the message until Monday next
INal' K4JICNTS ACTIVE.
Th.y ara Bald tm be Ad.aaelaa; Bn
Havana, via Key West, Kla, April 8
News baa been received from a reliable
source that General Callxto Garcia, after
desultory fighting with General Pando.
in the province of Puerto Principe, baa
evaded Pando and with 8,000 men, has
reached Morot Jucaro Trocha.
It Is believed by this time that Garcia
few eroaaed the Trocha and has bean
Joined by Geueral Gomel and the com
bined forces are enroute for Havana.
Troop. Ktarijr Mm,
Chicago, April Specials from points
In the weat, where army poets are lo
cated. Indicate that ordera have been re
ceived from Washington to have every
t.'ilng In readiness for movement on
Spaa I. h Oitleara flaead tha Mlaa That
Hl.w I p tha Mala.
Waahlngtoo. April 8. The foreign af
fairs committee of ttiehouae bad Admiral
Irwin, an expert In explosives, before
them this morning. He waa aaked
whether It waa powible that the mine
which blew up the Maine could be lo
eated without the knowledge of the Span
Ixh authorities. He replied In the nega
tive. Mraabllran Coarerraee.
Wahlngtou. April 0. The republican
eoiifereuie adjourned at 11:30 a.m., to
meet atiaiu al 8 o'clock The lone ot the
meeting waa strongly agatuel empower
ing the preHldenl to tulervrue at hla dla
crttloo. UK WAS.
Horn foralia Relation. Commltt. Fa
vor Itrlvlaa epanlab Out al Caba.
Wahiiigtou, April 6. Kour of the re
publican members ot the foreign rela
tlotiH conitblilie of the bouee, Henry, of
Indiana; Ht-atwole, t Minnesota; Huiilb,
of MU-higun, and Qulgg, ot New York,
announced thla morning that they will
not atipport the president's recommenda
tion If he aeke Interveutlou at bia dis
cretion. Mr. Henry declares that he la
In favor of resolutions authorizing the
prrtddeiit to drive Spain from the Inland.
The democrats of the committee will
probably J via theee four and the resolu
tions preeeuted to the bourn will not
support the president.
H. I. Ord.rad to Laave Havana at Earll.at
New York, April 8. A special to the
Herald from Washington says: A dis
patch ot the hlgheat significance waa
eeut to Conaul Geueral Lee by the state
department late Tuesday night. It con
tained orders for him to leave Havana at
the earliest possible moment.
Out of tha Mid.
Key West, Kla., April 8. Tugs suc
ceeded In pulling the Cluclunatl off the
award tor Service.
Washington, April 6. Secretary Long
bas recognized the valuable service ren
dered by Lieut Commander Marix, judge
advocate of the Malue court of Inquiry,
by assigning him to the command of the
team yacht Sovereign, Dow being con
verted Into an auxiliary cruiser at New
OrrEM TO MEDIATE.
Tha AaabaMadar. of tha Rarnoaaa r-.w.ra
Of r Ttaalr (Jaod omeaa.
Washington, April 8 It waa learned
to-day that the amhaaaadors and minis
ter of the great powers stationed In
Washington, and renreaentln Gernianv
Austria, Great Britain, Franc and Italy,
have agreed upon a joiut note tendering
the goNl fflce of the powers to avett
war betweeu United States and 8 pain
The presentation of the note depends
uih.o the aeriouaneas of the situation as
terelcped within the next few hours.
A War frroaatloa.
Madrid, April 8. Arrangements have
ts-en c included to place American citl-
I us and their property throughout this
country under tha care of British dlplo
matte representatives In ease the United
States minister la compelled to leave.
PLAN Or NATAL ACTIuN.
The rilas Sqaadrna Ma Maaaee tba
Coast af Bp.la.
Washington, April 6 The plan ot
action ot the naval forces In the event of
hostilities la now practically completed
It may be stated on blgh authority that
one feature of It contemplates dab
by the flying pquadron nnder Commander
Schley to the Canary Islands. Naval of
flclala do not think it would be difficult
task tor so powerful a fleet to establish a
station there and operating from It as a
base to harass the coast ot Bpalu.
A War fraaaatloa.
Madrid, April 8. Arrangements have
been concluded to place American eltl
tns and their property throughout this
country nnder the care of British diplo
matic representatives In ease tha United
States minister la compelled to leave.
Waahlagtoa reltaj Ovar tka War Pra-
eaadlnas ml Conaraas.
Washington, April 8. Never In recent
years, If ever, has there been such de
mand for admission to the halls ot con
gress as to-day. Tens of thousands who
swarmed to the eapttol believed that on
to-day's action of congress depended
peace or war. Women fainted In the
press, and old men and children were
crushed by those behind.
Lea Will Laava Mavaaa.
Washington, April 6. Attorney Gen
eral Grlgga stated to-day that he nnder
stood that Consul General Lee would
leave Havana to day.
Assistant Secretary Day ts credited
with saying that all Americans would
leave Havana to day.
aaaalar Allaa, af Naaraaka, Waata to
March Agala.t tha apaalafti.
Washington, April 6. Senator Allen,
of Nebrahka, sent the following dispatch
to Governor Uoloomb, of Nebraska:
"Tender all sUte troops without delay.
In the event of war with Spain I desire
to place my services at the disposal ot
the state, to aerve the country In such
capacity aa you may assign me In de
fence of natloual honor and Cuban lib
London, April 8 A dispatch from
Rome aaya that coutracta are signed for
the sale of three torpedo boats to the
United Slates, and the armored cruiser
Guiaeppe Garibaldi to Spain and the
armored cruiser Vartes to the Argeutlne
Krpablloaa Coaaroumaa Oppoaed lo Do-
larlng War with Mpala.
Washington, April 8. The republican
conference opposed to delay In the Cuban
matter met at 10:30. About eighty or
ninety republicans were present. The
tone of speeches waa In favor ot vigorous
action, It the president's message did not
Mr. Tawney, Minnesota, moved to bold
a republican caucus Instead ot a confer
ence. Mr. Mercer, of Nebraska supported
a substitute for a conference to which all
republicans ahould be Invited. This
plan was agreed to.
The conference of republicans for to
night bas been declared off.
THE II BAMS.
They will FlgM lo tho Daath for thalr la-
New York, April 6,-Tbe Cuban junta
through counsel, Horatio 8. Kubeus, have
declared in the most unequivocal lan
guage that the Cuban provisional govern
meut aud the Cuban army would reject
absolutely Intervention by the United
Money to Burn.
Do you want a new Watch? Unless you have money to burn write os for
one. We are telling Hamilton Watches. 17 Jawala. at $2.50.
Elg'n Watches, 21 Jewels, at $28 OO. These are the very best
Railroad Watches mads. They ars adjusted and rated In three posi
tions, and w will refund your money if they fail to pass inspection.
IES "SST E3 IES IT "23? BE?
Leading Jeweler, R. R. Are.. Albuqarqoe N. M.
Watch Inspector tor Santa Ks Ballroad. Ws make s specialty of Watches tor Rail
States nnless preceded by the recognition
ot the Independence of the Cuban repub
lic, and that It United States troops
should be sent to Cuba upon the basis of
Intervention without the Independence
of the Cnban army, tt would In Its last
resort torn its arms against the United
Hubins said: " I have It from Spanish
anthorlty high In financial circles that
the whole course now proposed by the
president Is in pursuance ot an under
standing between Washington aud Mad'
na. ine ouj-ci or wnicn is to secure
Cuban acceptance of Spanish autonomy
without ahedding a drop of American
blood or the expenditure ot another dot
lar of American money
It has been agreed between Spain and
the lulled Slates that thla government
while declaring for Interveutlou, shall
refuse to recognize the independence ol
Cuba. It Is mutually hoped by lbs two
government that the Cubans will then
btyy convinced that ths object foi
which they have been fighting all these
years "ludi psudence," cannot be ob
tained and will e-ept perforce, Orel
armistice and eventually autouom)
Under the Spanish flag."
St. Louis, April 6. Ueueral Manager
Yoakum, of the St. Louis & San Kran-
Cisco railroad, announces that Uoujaiulu
L Wlurhell, general passenger agent ot
the Union Paclflo, Denver & Gulf road
has been appointed general passenger
agent of the HL Louis & Han Kranclsco
to succeed George T. Nicholson, who will
go to Santa Ke as geueral traffic mana
ger. The change will take effect May. 1.
Washington, April 8. The senate com
mlttee ou foreign relations took a recesi
at 13 o'clock without reaching any eon
Krye and Lodge stand alone In think
ing that a chauga should be mads, ellml
oatlng Independence from the Cuban
London, April 8. -Ou the highest an
thortty the Associated 1'ress can an1
nounee that the British government has
assured the United States ot Its cordial
sympathy in Its Cuban policy.
Why tha Pmld.at Did Not Sand a
saga to I'o nf r,a
Washington, April tt. At ths request
of ths president, prominent democrats
called at the Whits House this after
noon. Us showed them Lee's cable
gram. It aald that Lee was load
ing 2,(00 Americans and It wonld be
Impossible to get them out of the
Islunds before Sunday. He aald that
transmittal of the message might cause
trouble. The president aaid ths safety ot
ths Americana lu Havana aud especially
Lee's personal safety, made delay luiper
atlve. The democrats expressed them
selves as satisfied.
The president bas received advices
which make him hopeful that war may
be averted, and the outcome on the Cubau
situation secured that will be satisfac
tory to tba president The disposition
manifested the last two days by the
Spanish government gives grouud for
expectation that It will yield ou the
Madrid, April o The Hpanlsh cabinet
discussed the situation this morulng.
The prevalent opinion was that a peace-
Jul solution was Impossible.
Washington, April tt. A high naval
officer said this afternoon that he under
stood that Lee had left Havana this after
noon. His Information was uuofflcial.
Havana, April 8. The il ascot te arrived
this morulug and will be loaded ou ber
return with passengers eager to get to
the Untied Slates.
Washington, April tt. The meeting of
the house committee on foreign affairs
to-bigbl bas been abaudoued.
Buadrj Civil Hill.
Waahlngtou, April 0. The senate re
sumed cjusbleratlon ot the sundry civil
War Slilp. and Torpado ftuala Oaoa.atrat-
lug at I'orto Klro.
New York, April 0. A dispatch to the
Herald from Sau Juan, Porto Rico, aays:
The Spaulsh cruisers Vlzraya and Aliul
rante Oqueudo, which sailed from llav-
sua, Friday, have arrived here. It Is
understood that the Spanish torpedo
0 itllla will be here soon, aud cruisers
will come to protect it ou Its way to
luiniaculata Coneaplloa Chorea Easlor
Hrult'll PBOI1IJ A M U11U WIMfl.
VUll Agu.m Solo nrt Umrtet .W. K. frcher
Qoilolll.-llau Solo U'li'lrl - H Hull.nl
Ulttrnory AIiim Votio Soprano Solo and
l-nan.t Willi Vu.liri mnl i)rifi.
Benrdti tu. --krsin 1'iwll . (jlon.
BiUilu- Mr. 1 1 SlmiK k. MmJ IUiiiiii,
Choru. ciiniokL ol llu foilowinir : Mr.. D.
U. Iliiatrislit. Mina K. tnrard. Mia. L.
Uarn., C. K. ll tra. M. Harding.
Orxanl.t Miaa .1. Harria.
V lolin I'rof vnn r ennaar.
Uirtxtrraa-Mra. T. J. bluukk.
Hamiion Millard', (irarnl Mu.ical Wtpera:
Domini ail Adinvanduin.
Jnravit-ltaa. Solo C. K Ullrg
J uilH-atill-Soprano Solo ... Mr.. T. J. Sliimi t
1 audale Ikiminum 'I rnor Solo. . . .Mr LovL.
Mauinlirat from Molart . '1 wvillu Maaa-
Kr-ina I'oell liloita
USalulalia Uoaua-Suprono Solo...,
....Mr. T. J Shinirk
Camuin lCrtio koaai
A gray mare, geutle, work single or
double; also a good delivery wagon, har
ness, etc. Inquire of K. K. Trotter.
It must be remembered that "turkey"
dluner at the Dining parlors ot Mrs.
Ruuimell's, on west Gold aveuus, will be
on Thursday from 6 till 7:30 p. ni.
rhe latest In shirt waist sets ars the
Rob B y plaid sets aud the antique jew
eled sets to match jeweled belts, Kosen-
Louis Huulug, of Los Luuss, Is in the
city to day.
Spain Will Agree to Give Coba
Hojie Rale. '
Unites States Bays Three Torpedo
Boats la Italy.
nothing Will Probably bt Done te PrecU
pltate War DatU Next Week.
AMIVCAII ISATOie lATAIA.
Madrid, April 8.-3 p. m It Is con
fidently asserted that a proclamation by
the queen regent auuotiucing an Imme
diate armistice to Cuba will be lamed to
morrow. It necessary the ministry will
Hagasta denies the rumors ot dissen
sion In ths ministry. Official advices
y that President McKlnley's msasgj to
congress will not advise recognition of
the Independence of the Insurgents, but
will recommend measures looking to
ward Immediate cessation ot hostilities
ami restoration of peace and stability of
government In Cuba, In ths Interest ot
humanity and safety and tranquility.
Bill for lanprovad Raomalaallea ml th.
Araajr fader IMaraaaloa.
Washington, April 6. In the bouse the
army reorganization bill was ths special
order tor the day. Hull, chairman of the
military affairs committee, explained the
features and purposes ot ths bill and the
advantages ot the proposed three bat
talion formation. It would be muider to
order the army ot the United States to go
Into battle under the present law, he
said. The character of the modern fire
arms made the open formation absolutely
Aaaarloaaa Leaving- Havaaa.
Washington, April 6 Ths navy de
partment has been Informed ot the de
parture of the Beche aud Mangrove from
Havana with a large number ot Amerl
cans on board. It is stated, however, that
tieueral Lee did not sail.
New York, April 8. A dispatch from
Borne says that ths Italian government
das sold three first class torpedo boats to
lbs Culled States and denlea that Spain
hsa been able to obtain the warship Garibaldi.
Uaaaa gat aC apala Will Aooado to tha
Uaaiasdaof Thla Coaotrr.
Madrid, April 8. Via Bayoune, France.
The queen regent has practically taken
matters out of the handset ber minis
ters aud la dealiug direct with ths United
States minister, through the German and
Austrian ambassadors, aud working earn
estly for peace. It is known beyond a
doubt that Spain la now prepared to give
all that America has asked for.
Chicago atooa Mai hat.
Chicago. April 6.-Cattle Reoelptt
12,000; mat ket, steady.
Beeves $3 DOM6.60: cows and heifers.
2.2ooH65: Texas steers, S3.00ui4.0o:
Blocker and feeders, 3.76u(4.70.
Sheep Receipts, 10,000; market, steady
to strong. Natives, 3.ttUt4.76; westerns.
3 trOujUS; lambs, $1.60njD.UU.
Spala Waaia Tlnia.
Rome, April 0. It Is seml-offlcially an-
oouueed that the Spanish government
has accepted the principle of armistice
with the lusurgeuls, proposed by the
pope. President alcKluley a reply Is not
awaited. It la believed that the powers
will take jolut action to preveut rup
Washington, April 8. House forelgu
affairs committee agreed to take no ac
tion uuilltbe presldeiil'a message la te-
Thluk a salll.aui.nl Will Mo Mada.
Madrid, April O.-It is said here that a
satisfactory settlement has been arrived
at bulwern the Uulted Status aud Spaiu.
Chicago Oral a Market,
Chicago, AprllB.-Wheat May, $1 0t;
July. ls4',(3HoC. Corn April, 2UJ.4;
July 3oc Oats April, roie;
July, 2 the.
New Toik. Anril 5. tionev on call.
nominally 2-n3 per eeut. Prime mercan
tile paper 6t.
Sllr.r ... Loau.
be York, April 8. Silver, 6j;
Lead, f 3 B0.
New Vork, April 8. Copper, 11 '..
Madrid, April 0.-ia:15 p. m.-A min
isterial crisis Is luiuilueut. It is under-
toed that Senor Sllvala, leading diss!-
deut conservative and the conservatives
will, if necessary, accept office ou the
program of Immediate artnlatlea with
full antbor'ty to the autonomist govern-
went to nnnuos i ni medial sneotuai
leace 10 t.cna.
Santa fa Haal Troopa.
The Santa Ke company last 8aturdsy
received oi ters for the movement of the
Mevenih I nlted States Infantry, consist
lug of eevr J nflloers and 154 men from
vv nipple riarracks, Arizona, aud the
Mlt.-entn 1, filled Htates Infantrv. con
aiming of six olnw and 2.17 men, from
r-orl A pacha, Ariz na, to Kort Jefferson
near St. Iwiuis, 'I nsim from Kort Kav
arl, Arlgona, will take the place of the
men oi ins ntteeiiin at rort Apache, and
ir sipa iro n mat barrack will also he
moved to Kort lltischura. Arizona, near
the Mexican h-der, to relieve troops
which Is believed wilt be sent to tha
tllSTMICT COIKT NEWS.
The Arohlbeqaa-ra.ana Araoa Caa. dim
to tha dart,
The arsoi case ot ths Territory vs.
ri mas ArehllH-qua and Alberto iivaila.
lor ths bu uiiist or K. A. kilera'a mill al
.Naclmieuui, was given to the jury at
unu to nor,
Ids defet e put In Its evidence yeter-
lnV stlermaiu, aud tills orenoon was de-
Voted to ths speeches of the Counsel for
Jie respective aides.
Jack M'inin tetiBd that ha and 8an
loval had trailed the horse tracks about
halt mils from the mill, where thev
liatt all trace ot them and failed to track
ihem lo Ar'-Mbeqiie's house, aa had been
leauuen nr Mainloval.
K. Komem and :. klontova testifled
Uialtliey nldn't offer John Prairie any
money to leave the country. They also
lesllUed th.U the repulallon for truth
and veracity ot Uallegoa, one of the wit
nesses for trie tern tor r. waa bad.
LulsOrtia teatiiied that he had seen
tallegiM the day after the Ore, aud that
ie said tha'. was the first he had heard
Mrs. Jose Cevsda and Domingo Crea
pin and wt'e testluVd that on the night
tne mm wmi mimed Allierto Cevada was
at ths bouse of bis brother, Jose Maria
Carolina Vena, Mrs. Archtbeqne, the
wife of defendant, and Senora Cordeva
testmed trot Archllieque was In his own
house during the whole night when the
The defendants also testified In their
own halt corroborating ths evidence of
ine oioer witnesses.
W. C. lieacock oMned the argument for
the territory this morning and was fol
lowed by aureus u. lie Haca for the de
f n-e. K. V. ( haves then spore for the
pnawcntioii and was followed by Horton
Moore, who made the closing argument
In behalf " the di fendsnts. IMstrlet At-
toiney Klnlcal put lu the closing words
ior ins territory, .uiige iruiuparker
gave bis Ic '.ructions lo the jury, who
wurs then l iven their dinner before com
mencing the consideration of the case.
The jury this afternoon returned a ver
dict ot gul .y aa charged against both
Cevada and Archibeqiis.
Tomss (lullrgiM, who was to have been
tried this stternoon on the charge of
burglary, p' nailed guilty.
Fell pa U' role pleaded guilty to run
ning a gambling house without a license
and was Oud $00 and costs, which be
atftXV OTJTSIDK TOWNS.
Saato F. aad Snenrra a Raaahlloaa Tha
Special to The Cltlien.
Gallup, N. M, April 8. The town elec
tion yesterday passed off quietly. The
following gentlemen were elected town
trustees: Charles Harding. K. K. Hlnch.
James Carman, John Sharp, George Kra-
er. ine omer cauuiuaiea were l Danes
Brown. J. I). O'Hreuuan and K. K. Ken-
ney. Tbeo. Maxwell was elected treas
urer over Kd. Hart, and Major J. W.
Green hsd no opposition for town mar
shal. W.E. Pratt was elected school
SaNTA ri ALL BIGHT.
Special to Tht CHIieo.
Santa Ke, N. M.. April 8.-The capital
went republican yesterday bv good ma
jorities, even the Klrst ward a demo
cratic stronghold returning a good vote
for all the republican candidates. The
piesa administration was heartily en
domed at the polls.
Special lo the C'itlico.
Socorro. N. M.. April 8 The Gem eltv
redeemed herself in grand style yester-
iuv, ami me town win oe under a reiiuo-
licau administration for the next two
years. Billy Martin was elected mavor
llh a wlusiD, while Krank Abevta. for
treasurer, and Abrain Abeyta, for clerk,
were both excellent running mates. The
republicans of Socorro seud congratula
tions to Hon. K. W. Clancy, Albuquer
que's uewly-elected mayor.
rklCE-STEKN NIPT I A LA.
L. H. aiara, or Thla Cllr, Marrlad to Mlaa
ilannlo lrlva at aooorro,
A beautiful w willing occurred at the
resilience ot Joseph I'rlceaud wife, In So
corro, when Leou B. Stern, the aiiccese
ful business man and merchant ot tills
oily, aud Miss Jennie Price, of Socorro, were
made man and wife at noon yesterday.
I ne nnme or trie urine's parents Had been
handsomely (Worsted With large uuantl-
ties of beautiliil (lowers and appeared a
venianis isiwer oi oeatiiy lit lo lis tne
home of Hymen liiuiaelf. The marriage
ceremony was performed by lir. VVIIIlain
Greenbiirg, if this city, according to the
rues or ine ueiirew raltn.
A number of the cloee friends of the
newly married couple attended the wed-
llng. A Isfge number of eostly and
beautiful presents were received from
friends tu different parts ot the territory.
After the ceremony had been performed
a msguiili-ent wedding dinner was
Mr. and Mrs. Stern came ud from So
corro last night and went on to Iienver,
where they will siiend their honeymoon.
after which Ihey will return to this city
aud make their future home.
Mail Orders Given
and Promptly Filled
Agents for Batter
lck's rttern svnd
lr. Jaejrer't Un
Holding Pcblic Attention
We 'laveu't a IvertlMed a bargain sale, but
It litis h-'ca 'ine kiioau i hut are selling a
particularly Hue lo' of Ladi' Hhoes at very
mo i rHls pi Ices, Unit la enough to bring
thoee who like good stvlish f'Hitwear. He
give a few pickings from the lurge and
Kid Hnd 1'iiti-nt l ip. Tan and Hlnck,
New kiiti Styliali, Com line.
$2.50 Per Pair.
I, tce and Mutton. Tan and black
Kid lip Cum Toci.
$3.50 Per Pair.
MAIL, OMIIIHI I.1VKH I aKKVIL ATTKNIIO.
GEO. C. GAINSLEY & CO.,
1-225 South Second Stroot
Are always Accessible at tho Ilig Store. This week wo will speak of
The new ityle Wash Goods, dainty figures and
IeU. look equal to finest Orcranrlv. Koo-ulnr
aoc goods. Sale price per yard tlie
Just arrived ul! lire of the lateat style Fringed
Edge Saahea, in plain coIom, Roman Stripea
Ombre effecta and evening shades. Finest Qual
ity, assorted width. Pricea from S3 to SO.
Ail wool and in the new and atnrlr,I .Uitu
Regular 65c quality; you know what thia eooda
1. b lie price mr vard in.
One lot of ahort lencths
ed widths; we want to close them out and have
marked them at one-half regular price. Come
c-arly and get choice.
Ladies' Spring Wrapa and ready-to-wear Suha.
We have a beautiful line now, but they are going
fast. Special Eaater Bargaina for thia week.
Lappet Mull Curtains, the latest Fad; dainty
colored flowers on white ground with fluted ruffle.
They only cost you from $2 to S2.50 pair.
Firat of the season, all the new atylea and
ahapea at astonishing low pricea. They are pret
tier thia season than ever before.
The finest line of Men's and Boy' Clothing
and Furnishing Goods in the dty and at about
one-half regular clothing store pricea. Special
Easter bargains thia week.
On and after May 1, 1898, we shall discontinue giving Tickets for Premiuma. Thoee having ticket
win pieaze can ana let us know what they want so that we can order Premiuma. Partiea
who desire to take advantage of our prcaent plan of giving ticketa with
cash purchasea will have until May 1 to do so.
A word to the wise U sufficient.
Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Furniture,
Carpets, Crockery, Glassware, Lamps.
Iron Pipes and Fittings.
Largest Stock of Brass
Goods in Now Mexico.
Miner's and Engineers' Supplies.
All Pattern, 10c and 15c
Day aa Received.
204 Railroad Avanuo, Albuquerque. N. M.
THE BEST LIGHTED 8T0RE IN THE CITY. a - ;
What Housekeeper am afford to neglect attending this important
sale of Staple Cotton Goods, such as you will find mentioned
below. Note the Brands and Prices. For one week only
Purse Protecting Bargains
60 plertM alilrtlnjr prints, all new rimlirns.'pAr yd. .
61 pieces oew cliwk nrlnta, all oawilmlKOH, r ril.
J0 ulrxws JoiilKO Blue. Turkey Kods and Grr
print. pr yard.
CO plres stwple eliwk apron gingham. pr yd
UN places Aui(Mkrwg atapla KiiiKliania, per yd
5(1 pier, ao-turh Percale, all oulorH, apeclal, per yd
GO plectw 3D Inch percale, all eolura, Hpuclal, regu
lar 10 and grxKlH, per yd
50 pieces 8tl Inch KngllHli and Aea Ixland PorcalHri,
ths bent guoila made, reifular He giunU
100 pieces new "trie hateens, ali thia morion's styles
30 Indie wide
BO pieces new spring atylea of outing (tunnel and
Konnle Iioou nulling, the regular 10, 11 and
U",o quality, special
27-lncli uew cottnu Cheviot only
ftr-lurh new spring dexlgua chevluti, regular 120
34-liich double (old French Cheviot, regular 15c
100 piece new styles gingham and Mudra cMh in
all the new Hem In ch -ck, atripe and nil id
colors, worth (rum 10 to 15c, apeciol this week . . Wo
?a-yard wids maalln, a good family eotton 4a
A full yard-wide biuhIiu, good (aamlly eotton 5o
Kull yard-wide niunlln, either Louadale or Frail
Kull yard-wide das quality unbleached muslin 6e
Kull yard-wide cambrlo tie
HLL0W CASINO-Pppperill or Lockwood
42-lnch. sale price go
45-lucb,ule prioe tie
U -l ncli, sale pries ipe
64 Inch, sale pries UH"
W-lncli, 7i4, sale pries. , i$q
72-luch, Hit. sale price ,, ISo
Hi-Inch, biVaale price I7e
UO inch, 10i4, Hale price lwe
aaS aaalll y mt Sli I'abl.arh.S akaaUasr,
aawelal friaa IS !-.
Hale prices ou ready-mavla Bbeets. Bleached Mohawk
brand, ulcply niaile and full width and length, else
5J.U0. 3oc; Tl 43c; HlitW, 7ei 80iW), 60e.
Heady mada pillow C.aea, bleached Mobawk grade.
Size iM, 10c; 86x38,4, 120.
Hemmed I luck towel, alze 17x13, aula pries 10o
Kringed Huek towel, sice lUxll, sale price 12,e
Hemiued Huck towel, alze 20x4 ', sale price IGu
Hem-atltclied Uuck towel, size l'.tx!, aale price .... l'Jo
Hemmed Huck towel, size 37x43, sale price 23o
Uublettcbed, colored border, alze 15x3d, sale price. . 10c
i bleached, colored border towel, oatmeal, slss
1HX38, sale price 15
Kull bleached, colored border towel, hem ititohad,
alze 1Ux41, sale price jae
Kull liieeclied. colored border towel, knot and, size
1MX42, aale prioe 100
Kull bleached, colored border towel, knot end
(rluged, alze 21x45, sale price tie
Also a hip; line of Bleached and Unbleached Turkish Towels from 8 cents up. Notice the
display of White Spreads, principally Marseilles, from 45 cents up. Our Special No. 140 at
$1.6$ cannot be duplicated for $ a 00 in town.
N. B Open until O o'clock Evening aftr April 1st.