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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 7, 1898
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SPAIN STIRRED UP
BY WAR RUMORS I
THEY THINK PRESIDENT
Madrid. April 1 After to lasas of a
ssmt-offletal not which wu regarded m
a rlou announcement, ther to maeh
bclllroM Ulk tn the elty. It la xpialned
tbmt the decisions to which th Bpenlnh
gorrnmnt adhere ar tbos outlined t
thlt conference between Woodford
ad the Spanish minister.
Pals furnished Ite reader with it ri
ling Information to the effect that a mob
bed broken looee tn Washington, the
Spanish legation bed been attacked, and
that the Spanish minister bad escaped by
Jumping through a window and that the
arm of Spain bad been torn down.
A rumor warf current that the United
Bute government bad preeented an Ul
timatum to Spain, demanding that tb
latter, within all bonra, abould modify
tb note preeented a a reaolt of tb laet
conference. Tb rumor la tn no way
confirmed, but It found eredeart through
The military paper to day are violent
In their utterance agaluet tb United
HITCH IN TUB FUN.
11 JO p. m. A hitch ha occurred in
the peac negotiation and the Cuban
armletloe proclamation will not be Issued
Thursday a aipected.
Aaurleaa. LmtI Cab.
Washington, April 7. Aaitalant Secre
tary Day, after a conference with the
preeldeut, eald that tb American In
Cuba were leaving rapidly and about Sat
urday be believed the eltuatlon would
permit Lee to vacate hie poet.
Banata Poralga Cmmltu WeiUa for the
WaablDgton, April 7. The eenat com
mittee on foreign relation did not mit
to-day. A cablegram received from Con
aul fteneral Lee thl morning announoea
that too American bav departed from
the Island and all I Quiet In Havana.
After eeelog tb preeldeut Bepreaentatlve
Orosreoor tated to-day that there will
be no change of any Importance In tb
messag Intended for enbmlwlon jester
day, unles there 1 a change of facta,
which wa not at all likely.
Appealing to Victoria.
London, April 7. It li reported that
the queen regent of Spain baa again ap
peal) to Oueen Victoria, asking her to
eiert her InflucDO to avert war.
p.ln Baa Made l a lu On With Ike
. Madrid, April 7. 8:80 p. nx It la as
serted that a communication from Bom
which the papal nuncio placed before the
cabinet after the regular meeting laet
night, asked what eoneeealona would be
mad. Tb cabinet decided to reply that
the government almply reaffirmed It
former decision, already known to Pres
There la no truth In the rumor last
night that the United Bute preeented
an ultimatum to Spain demanding that
Ii modify within us hour a not pre
sented after the last conference.
Havana, April 7. Thar 1 no eicite
ment here to-day, and no reason for any
as tar as possible to see. Consul General
Lee baa not decided wben be will send
the American eltlaen away.
will Laavc ataoBio,
BVapott that Minister Woodford wlU Laava
Madrid, April 7. Morning paper here
are onaulmoua In the opinion that the
eltuatlon la very grave. Several paper
auuoonc that Woodford will leave Mad
The family of General Woodford, which
Mt this city last night, arrived at lieu
day, on the frontier, today, and pro
ceeded to Biarrits.
Arm, Mill DlaauMloa.
Washington, April 7. In the bona.
Hull, chairman of tb military affair
committee stated that before the eonsld
ration of the army reorganliatlon bill
wae resumed, that at a proper Urn he
hould move to strike out everything ei
eept tb Orst two sections, providing for
th three battalion formation. The
tlon providing for an e ipanslon of the
regular army in tlm of war to 101,000
men would be stricken out. The debate
tCU AH f UBTA.
II. BUprMeatatlv Appaara Berare the
Ho km Commlllae si foralB Affaire,
Washington, April 7. The bouse com'
mlttee on foreign affair bad Mr. Quo
aada, of the Cuban Junta, before them an
hour to day. Queeada said wben he
cam out that tb committee had n
Joined aeereey npon him.
Queeada was aaked as to the govern'
Money to Burn.
Do you want a new Watch? Unless you have money to burn writ us for
one. W are selling Hamilton Watchee, 17 Jawala. at $32.50.
Elg'n Watchee, 21 Jawala, at $28 OO. These are the very best
Railroad Watchea mad. Tbey are adjusted and rated in three posi
tions, and w will refund your money if they fail to pass Inspection.
ies "w m8 152 it in? t
Loading Jwlr, R. R. Ato Albuquerque. N. M.
Watch Inspector for Santa F Railroad. W make a specialty of Watches for Rail
of Madrid Rabid
McKINLEY IS AFRAID.
ment of Cuba, which the Tnlted State Is
exked to recounts, and member aay that
he gar a full and satisfactory statement
In Puerto Principe b said there were
200.000 people who acknowledged allegi
ance to the Cuban government Four
hundred thousand dollars baa been col
lected aa taiea.
It tb United BUte should Intervene
without recognising the Independence of
tb republic, be said It would be a virtual
declaration of war against tb Insurg
ent as well a tb Spaniards. In an in
terview, he said:
"The Cuban are atruggllng for abso
lute Independence. They consider them
selves already emancipated from Spanish
rule, therefor they will resist all Inter
ference Intended to compel them to pay
a new allagtene to the sovereignty of
'If th American government reoog
nliea th Independence of Cuba and rec
ognise tb actual government of the
Cuban republic I think It would not be
difficult to accept by th government of
Cuba an armtstlo with tb purpose of
assuring peace of the Island."
Qoesada denied emphatically that the
Cuban republic baa Issued $00,000,000
bonds. Ouly (1,000,000, he said, has ever
been Issued and leas than 1100,000 bav
Qaesada said a declaration of war
against Spain by the United States
wonld be a declaration against all Spain's
subjects, and It not coupled with recog
nition of Cuba or recognition of bellig
erent right would Inalud the Insur
gent, now regarded as subject of
Bapraaaatatlva af Kara p. Call oa th.
President la the IiumI or f.a.a.
Washington. April 7. It waa stated In
a high diplomatic quarter to-day that the
action of the representative of the great
power of Europe, framed at tba British
embassy Tuesday night waa communi
cated to tb United Stale government
last evening. While secrecy Is Impera
tive tor th moment th entire matter
will probably be mad known In official
and complete form within a few hours.
Th representatives of tb power of
Europe seeking to avert war between
Spain and the United Bute called on
President McKlnley at noon to day.
At 18:20 p. m. they went to th state
department and mad an official visit.
Tbey were British, French and German
ambassadors, the Austrian minister and
charge d'affalra of Italy and Russia.
Tbey were at one closeted with Secre
tary Sherman and Assistant Secretary
Day. Blr Julian Paunoefote presented
the following; "The undersigned repre
sentative of Germany, Austria, Franca.
Hungary, Great Britain, Russia and
Italy, duly authorised In that behalf, ad
dress In the nama of tbelr respective
government a preening appeal to the
feelings of humanity and moderation of
tba president and the American people In
their existing difference with Spain
Tbey earnestly hope that further nego
tiations will lead to an agreement which,
while securing maintenance of peace,
will afford all necessary guarantee for
there-establishment of order In Cnba.
The powers do not doubt the humanita
rian and purely disinterested character
of this representation will bo fully rec
ognized and appreciated by the Ameri
President McKlnley replied a follows:
"Tb government of th United State
recognise th good will which has
prompted the friendly communication of
th representative of Germany, Austria,
Hungary, Franc, Great Britain, Italy
and Russia a set forth In the address
of yonr eieellenolee and abarea the hope
therein espreesed that the outcome ot the
situation In Cuba may be the main
tenance ot peace between the United
Statee and Spain, affording the necessary
guarantee for the re-esUblUbuient
ot order In th Island, so terinl
natlng tb chronic condition ot dls
turbano there which so deeply In'
Jure tb Interest and menace the
tranquility ot tb American nation by
th character and consequences of the
struggle thus kept up at our doors, be
tide shocking It sentiment ot human
ity. Tb government of the United
State appreciate th humanitarian and
disinterested character of th eommunl
cation now made on behalf of the powers
named, and for It part 1 confident that
equal appreciation will b shown for Us
own earnest and unselfish endeavors to
fulfill a duty to humanity by ending a
situation ot Indefinite prolongation whirb
baa become linuUnraDle.
Fort Monroe, Va.. April 7. The battle
ship Teiaa steamed Into Hampton Roads
Ibis morning and dropped anchor with
the firing sqnadron off Fort Monro
The Maiwachnwt will be down trnrj
Newport to-night or to-morrow and the
sqnailron will then be rxadv for any
emergency. Commodore Schley has not
yei received aeuoite order.
lAiinsster. Penn.. A or 11 7. David R
Land Is, president ot the Coneetoga Na
tional bank, was shot and killed this
morning by Ralph w. Wlreback, maker
of a patent medicine bearing his name.
The tragedy reenlted from an effort ot
Land Is to oust n lreback tram bis bona,
W I rebeck Is entrenched behind a barri
cade, and th hone is surrounded by an
AOAtKST the irrtita
Orsanlaad Opposition to tha CanserratlTe
Ceaae of Rpoaha Boad.
Washington, April 7. A small coterie
of republicans la the house, who tear
there may be a request tor further deisy
In sending the president' message on
Monday, are obtaining th slgnaiure of
all the republicans, who will, on Monday,
if th message does not go to congress ou
that day. Join with the democrats to
overrate the speaker or support any
other revolutionary action neoeasary to
get the question before the house.
Lorliuer and Menu, of Illinois, are at
the head of th bkv. uiei.t. They say
they will have over fifty pledged votes
Tweoty-fonr vote with the rixtnnrrat
and populists are a majority of the house.
TO OAIN TIM B.
Spanl.h Diplomat. Said li Re Plarla
With Thl. Coaatrr.
Washington, April 7 The Intimation
Wa given out at Madrid yesterdav that
the queen regent wa about to Droclalm
an armistice with Cnba, and Indications
wars that theHpantah government would
make Important concessions looking to
establishment of peace on the basis ot
practical moan independence, is re
garded In officials clroiee her aa a diplo
matic piay w gain uraa.
Thl government It I stated, baa
learned to distrust much that comes even
from official sources In Madrid, and from
now on, actions and not words, a member
of the cabinet ba declared, will deter
mine our policy.
This la What tha Artmlal.tratloa Bhould
Do at (lasa.
WashtngttMi, April 7. Representative
Robbins, ot Pennsylvania, introduced a
resolution calling attention to a cable
gram from General Lee yester lay as to
the tmperilment of the lives of American
citizens If a meesage should be submit
ted to eougrese befors Monday and rec
ognising Cubau Independence. It de
clares that a etat ot war has eslsted
between the two nations sine th Maine
destruction, and directs the preeldeut to
order the North Atlantic squadron from
Key West to Havana to demand the safe
conduct of all Americans from the Island
who desire to leave, aud tor the eqoadron
to bombard Moro Castle and close the
port ot Uavaua If th Spanish fall ta
comply. It also demands that the Span
ish government be notified by the presi
dent to withdraw Its army from the
Island and it navy from Cuban waters.
IltRATS in mi Horsa.
OouaraMm.a Maka Chars. Agala.1 Stock
pealalors aad tha Praalitaat.
Washington. April 7. In the house
this afternoon Leuts (Ohio) charged that
the administration gave Onu. lie's dis
patch aa the reason for not sending in
the message, but that It was for tlte pur
pose of working on the stock market.
uroevenor. replying to Lents, said the
message from Lee asi received Tuesday
aud one yesterday, which was very urg
ent. He said the second ons raa an ap
peal for time. Speaking of the not of
the powers llrosvenor said that the presi
dent's reply put an end without qualifi
cation to even delay or luterference
from the powers.
Unwveuor declared that John VlcCook
was In a great conspiracy to secure the
Independence of Cuba and validate f Wiv
Ol.O.uiOof Cuban bonds. These bonds,
he said, would be deetroyetl If Hpain
were driven out ot Cuba In the Interest
of the American people, lie declared that
ne riMi been loin mat the gentlemen
In New York waa "short" ou the market
before the crUls came to such an eiteut
that ruin stared hliu in the face. Htuce
then be had neglected-uo enterprise to
promots war. He declared there was no
evidence that the preeldeut had faltered.
Leniz's allegation that the preeldeut
had acted In the interest of a stork scn
Ibtor, ought, if he were guilty, result In
Impe tchu.ent. 'Twits Infamous.
Lents denied that he had euld that (he
president was seeking to promote stock
"1 have no more doubt we shall go
to war," said Uroevenor, "than that I will
live until next week."
M ADK1D la MAO.
Paopla el Spain la lha Ha nor to Whip
Thl. Trombllu Couatrjr.
Madrid, April 7. Spain's laconic min
ister ot war, General Correa, said to-day:
"It is better to right foreigners than to
fight Mpanlards rising in ludlgnatlou if
their honor and rights are trampled un
Guards around the I'ulted 8 lutes lega
tion were trebled to day. Woodford eald
lie would remain here until directed to
apply for his passports or until they are
Minister of Foreign Affairs Gnllon re
ceived the following letter from Lolled
Mate Minister Woodford last eveulug:
'Having fruitlessly awaited alnce noou
yesterday for the decisiou of the Spanish
government it is my duty to announce to
you that I win ktiu await uutu mm
uight. 1 beg you kindly to ruiuiuulcate
this decisiou oeiore miduignt. ami mat
this decision may be couched in terms
which may prevent sad conseqneuoes
that I snould greatly regret, but wiucn l
believe Inevitable if things continue in
the present state."
Sauato PlM'OMln Approprlatlua for It.
lmpror.in.nl to Aduilt War V.M.I..
Washington, April 7. The considera
tion of the suudry civil bill was resumed,
the question pending being an amend
ment offered by Pettus (Ala.) to appro
priate lm.iHiu for the Improvement of
While harbor lu order that warship
might reach wharves to coal and receive
rlpeaklng on the subject of au appro
priation for Mobile harbor as a matter ot
defense Morgan, of the foreign relations
committee, mails a speech tor Cuba and
said he waa for a declaration of war and
thought there was ample Justlllcatlou
for such action.
H hits (Cat.) said It won evident our
harbors were not properly defended by
fortifications "in, this emergency Into
which wears madly rushing."
Tha senate decided not to meet until
Monday, after adjournment to-day.
Ma Troubla la Havana.
Washington, April 7. The Spanish
minister received a telegram from the
governor general of Cuba to the effect
that all rumors of impending trouble In
Uavana are absolutely false.
SPAIN FOR WAR!
No Farther Concessions Will be
Made by That Coantry.
Queen Recent Ktktnc Ut Effort
for Peaca With Cuba.
CobibI Lee WlU Remain la Havana Till
All American! Bar Left
Tiatf wild a offjo.
Madrid. April 7. After th regular
Cabinet meeting bad adjourned laet
night th papal nuncio. Mgr. Nave, in
company wun the mlnlsier ot foreign
affairs, Benor Uuilou, arrived wltb a
nonimuniratlon from Roma. This wa
considered of such Importance tliat otbei
ululslere weie summoned aud remained
m eouami uutil 1 JO a. m.
It Is believed lbs result ot the delibera
tions waa telegraphed to Hoiue, erUeuot
It will be cabled to the lulled tttale.
The cabinet has decided to appoint a
committee to organise aud sapeilntend k
national sunscription to inoreas the
strength of the fl-et.
A semi-official not just lasued says:
Tbs outcome ot the deliberations was
tbe adhesion by the government to all lis
previous decisions without modlm-atlon.
and resolutions U that effect wsr
1 he fan correspondent of Pals tele
graphs that he had an interview with
Haron Rothschild, who Informed him hr
waa purchasing a erniser to present t
Spain, that country having "his warmest
lovt and sympathy. '
Tha Qasaa .at will Maka a HIM Talk
M tha Cuban..
New Tork, April 7. A dispatch to the
Herald from Madrid asvs: There Is on
foot one great Dual attempt tor peace
ahlch has every prospect of success. If
it conies u win oe from the hand er a
good and pious woman, speaking In the
name ot ail that I most holy npon earth,
a beautiful message ot peace to Cuba.
rreparatious for war continue.
Ba la Nil II la Havana, Whora All U
Key West. April 7. Coutrarv to ad
vice received by steamship officials here
Consul General Lee did not arrive. The
steamer Maacotte was placed at his dls-
posal, rot Lea decided that ha would
come on the Rache, after all tbe Amorl
icans are out of Havana.
Passengers who arrived on the Mas
cot t say that all is quiet on the surface
at Uavaua, but It wa feared there would
b trouble from Volunteer, who have
been greatly reinforced.
IMS aul'MTAIM acSUKR CASK.
Only Two Arroala Kaa Maaa Made, tha
Others Haln Waraoo.
LasCrucea. N. M . Aoill 7. There have
been no new developments In the Foun
tain ease slues tha arresta made on Hun-
day morning last. The posse sent out to
arrest tbe other two meu named In the
warraut has not returned, aud the opin
ion Is espreesed that the parties named
therein will evade arrest. If oiswllils. on
til thev know the result of the Investiga
tion of ths case against tha men already
apprehended, as. If the court decides that
mere is sufficient evidence to bold the
accused, It means sis months In jail be
fore a grand Jury can act upon the case.
a strong enort win tie made by Mierirf
Pat (iarrett to bring In the men wanted,
who are Oliver M. Lee and James R. (ill-
llland. All accused partiee are residents
of the Sacramento mountains, about 126
miles from hers, and It Is understood that
a courier was sent ont In advance of the
sheriff's posse to notify Les and (Jlllllaud
of the arrests made here Hundav last.
the preliminary hearing ot Mr New and
Carr will commence to day. A strong
guard la maintained about the Jail as a
precaution against any Possible atteumt
at releasing the prisoners.
(Ihloaso stooa Mai hat.
Chicago. April 7. Cattle Reoelote
8,500; market, strong to 10 eenU higher.
Beeves S.iVOtM0: cows and heifers.
Ilit.lw; Texaa steers, tJ.U0id4.U6:
storker and feeders, $:t 7"(gl.70.
Bheep Kecelpts. ir),i)W);market, strong.
Natives, f3.tMViM.no: westerns. t.0Ui
4.8ft; lambs, 1.605.85
HtelliianvilliL tlhln Anrll 1 Tha
hound Pennsylvania train struck a man
waiving on me tract, kitting mm. n bile
the passenger stopped, au eastbound
freight train crashed Into It, wrecking
three cars and two Pullmans. Ths la
dles' coach telescoped the smoker, ttev
eral paseeugers were Injured and nine
Chloaao (irata Markat.
Chicago. April 7.--Wheat-May, tlot;
July. e;i't,ijj8oc. corn April, zso;
July So He. Unla April, iohc; July
nominally r per cent, rriuie merrau-
i .. ft i., a
Ilia paper tuo,
Bllft.r aad Laaa.
New Vork, April 7. Hllver, K.c;
New Tork, April 7. Copper, .
Tha Coal Oil In.paator Hauorad.
Word reached this city last night from
Hanta Ka that ttoveruor Otero had re
moved W. K. Martin, of Socorro, territo
MAIL OHIIBM 4.1 IKI. I'A atKITl'ai ATTIC SJTIO J .
GEO. C. GAINSLEY & CO.,
xmir.iA.X3T4ia aaon xdis avxiarx,
Oouth Oooond Otroot
rial coal oil Inspector, and had apooiated
John 8. Clark, of Las Vegas. The renort
Is from rellsble sources, but, np to press
nnnrinis aitsriioon, had not been con
firmed by official notice.
Washington, April 7. Consul General
I will leave Havana Batnrday on ex
plicit Instructions from th state depart-
Tama lata D.rt.a,
Tampa, Fla, April 7. Th Spanish con
sninte here Is deserted, rnn.nl Rnii. h.
Ing departed for Washington by order of
A BH Minao Chaakait.
The prompt amrk of C. W. Ward, local
editor, and J as, Vorhs,0. W. Btobh and
Will. Mattocks, of the Democrat, ore-
vented a serious fir thl morning, Th
former, at 3; o'clock a. m., noticed the
fence ot the Jaramlllo building, oocnnled
by Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McCrelght, on Or,
sun wiinuui sending in an alarm called
to hi assistance the three well known
typo, and soon had th names eitln
gulMhed. Th Or wa undoubtedly
eaused by live rials, emptied near tbe
fence late In the evening yesterday, and
the wind finally fanned the smouldering
fire luto a good sited blue. The occu
pants of trie building estend tbelr
Uarty thank to Mr. vtaxd and bia able
camiRAL iiotair riaisaiao,
rinloal Hae Oa Aoaaavtat aa Twaaty
two Onartstlaaa aa Mia Cradlt,
Th criminal docket of Lha March term
ot ths district court waa finished this
morning. Twenty-ihra person Indicted
by tha grand Jury sit her pleaded anlltt
or were tried by th petit Jury. Of thl
ounioer twenty-two were oonvloted, and
K. W. tiarom waa tha only acquitted dur
ing the term. This Is a spleudid tribute
to tha Hon. Thomas A. Finical, who has
sstsbllshed an enviable aud lasting repu
tation for ssal. vigor and abllltv In the
olllce ot district attorney.
lorua itallegos, ludlcted for burglarv.
had bla trial yesterday afternoon. He waa
charged with breaking Into th bouse of
fan.un a ad rid at Naclmlelito last No
vember and carrying away a barrel of
wine. The defendant waa represented
by Marcus C. da Baca, and endeavored to
prove aa alibi. Th case waa given to
the jury yesterday afternoon and a vr
diet of guilty aa charged wa returned at
9 o'clock. Uallegos waa sentenced to
three year tn th penitentiary. Pedro
Ollva pleaded guilty to being an abettor
ot tbe crime and to assisting tiallego In
drinking th wine. He wa sentenced to
one year In the penitentiary.
This morning tha ease against Billy
Mason, Indicted for assault wltb Intent
to murder, wa taken up. By agreemeot
with the district attorney, Mason was
permitted to plead guilty to the charge
of assault and battery. K. W. Clancy
and W. C. Heacock addressed the court In
behalf of the defendant asking that
clemency be shown him. Tha court
thereupon eeutenced him to pay a One ot
JoO and to serve si sty day In th county
Tb civil docket will b est at 10
o clock Saturday morning. Ther I
money enough left In the court fnnd to
.run oourt tor two or three weak
Tomaa Archlbcqo and Alberto Cevada,
convicted of arson, wsr this afternoon
seuteuced to five years In th peniten
tiary. Their attorney matte a motion
for a new trial, which was overruled,
aud sentence wa then pronounoed.
TOM TDOaVKH AttRKSTKU,
Tha Nolorloae Mll.r la ArraMo at Laa
froaaa hp Sharlff hUnaall.
Special to Tb Cltlwo.
La Cruces, N. M., March 7. Tom
Tucker was arrested to day by Sheriff
Klnssll, of Santa Ke, and at once taken
to the train en rout for Ban la Ke.
charged with murder.
Lt. Keber returned last night from tbe
pursuit of Oliver Lee aud Ollltland.
charged with the Fountain murder. Both
men bad received word two hours In ad
vance of the arrival of the posse and had
fled to the mountains to avoid arrest.
All clause of cllisen here feel out
raged over an article presnmed to be from
the pen of the infamous Allen Kelly, of
the Los Angeles Times, and reproduced
In this morning's Kl Paso Times, regard
ing the Fountain case.
Una ar tba Oaa Arroatad Hoar Corr llloa,
aad Poaaa Aftar tha Other.
Special to Tb Cltlico.
Cerrlllos, March 7. A band of alsty
cattle were brought In here yesterday
and offered for sale under circumstance
which escited suspicion and It haa since
become known that they were stolen
from Heven Rivers, about fifteen miles
this elite ot Kddy, and driven all tha way
to within a ehort distance of Cerrlllos.
Sheriff Klnsell was notified and De
puty Huber came dtiwn from Santa Fe
last night, aud this afternoon, with Con
slabls Jimmy Leahy, came npon tbe
gang about a mile north of town and at
tempted to arrest them. The party con
sist of two Americans and two Mesl-
eans. They began shootlug aa soon aa
Huber and Leahy showed up and tha
officers succeeded In brlngtng In only
one man, a Mealcan, who Is now In the
town Jail. Huber now haa a posse out
alter tne rest ot mem.
W. V. T. C.
The Woman' Christian Temperance
t nion win meet at the Lead avenue
Methodist church, Friday, April 8, at S p
m. After the regular meeting the an-
unal meeting, with election of ofllcera,
will be held. All members are earnestly
requested to Da present. A cordial In
vitation ts attended to friends Interested,
ItCiB J. tamm, Ueeretary.
A gray mare, gentle, work single or
double; also a good delivery wagou, har
ness, etc. luquir of r. e. Trotter.
Lappet mull curtains, th latest fad,
li auu f j oo per pair, at me nig mors.
Holding Public Attention
We haven't alvertised a bargain sale, but
it nas become anown mat wa are selling a
particularly line lot ot Ladies' bhoe at very
nto terete prices. That is enough to bring
those wlm like good stylish fisitwear. we
give a few pickings from ths large aud
Kid and Patent Tip, Tan and Bla. k.
New and Styliih, Cum 'lo.
$2.50 Per Pair.
Lat- and button. Tin aud bla.k
Kid Tipa, Com Tom.
$3.50 Per Pair.
Mall Orders Given
and Promptly Filled
Are always Accessible at the Big Store. This week we will speak of
Tntnl.nna V.. i ! ! III n 1 T , '
The new style Waah Goods, dainty figurea and
tinta, looka equal to finest Organdy. Regular
2oc good. Sale -price per yard lflo
Tut arrived full line of the la
Edjre Saahea, In p'ain color, Roman Stripe
Ombre effect and evening thadea. Finest nual-
ity, assorted widths. Price from
All wool and In th new nm)
Regular 65c quality ; you know
1. S lie nnre rpr varrl
One lot of short lentrtha in Emlirni.Wv u.n,i.
ed widths; we want to close them
marked them at one-half regular
early and get choice.
On and after May 1, 1898, we shall discontinue giving Tickets for
win please call and let us know what they want so that we can order Premiums. Parties
who desire to take advantage of our present plan of giving tickets with
cash purchases will have until May 1 to do so.
A word to the wise is sufficient.
Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Furnitxire,
Carpets, Crockery, Glassware, Lamps.
Iron Pipes and Fittings.
Largest Stock of Brass
Goods in New Mexico.
Miner's and Engineers' Supplies.
All Patterns 10c and 15c
What Housekeeper can 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
&o pise shirting- print, all new deslgncper yd. . 8 V
50 plrre new check prints, all near dMMlgaa, per ft . tc
auu pleee Indigo Blue, Turks Bed aud drey
prints, per yard
SO pieees stapis check sproo fflnghaina, per yd
100 piece Anioskaso; staple Rlngtiauis, per yd
60 pieces So-luoh Perrales, all colors, special, per yd
ou pieces ao men reroaies, ail Colors,
lar 10 and 124 aooda. Der d
60 pleoes ti Inch Kagllsu aud Ba Island Percales,
in nest goois made, regular He good
100 piece new strls baleens, all this srason's style
bO luehe wid
SO piece nw spring styles of outing flannel aud
Bounl Doon suiting, th regular 10, 11 aud
14 quality, special.
27-lncb new cotton etievtuts oulr
fcV-lnch new spring designs Cheviot,
Bo-luuh double (old French Cheviot,
100 pieces new styles ginghams and Madras cloth In
all th new Ms Id checks, stripes and solid
colors, worth from 10 to 15c, speolol this week . . Uo
Hemmed Iluek towel, sit 17x33, sal price IHo
Fringed Huck towel, alt 10x41, sal price Ue
Hemmed Hack towel, six 2uxt , sal pMi-e 15c
Hem-etltohed Huck towel, site lx3t!, sal price .... IWp
Hemmed Huck towel, else 27x40, sal price tie
Unbleached, colored border, six Ux3d, salt price . . l w
Also a big line of Bleached and Unbleached Turk'wh 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 $2 00 in town.
N. B. Open until O o'clock Evening after April 1st.
$3 to $0.
what this troods
out and have
204 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerquo,
LIGHTED STORE IN
Agent for Batter
Ick'i Patterns and
Dr. Jaeger's Underwear.
Ladies' Spring Wrapt and ready-to-wear Suits.
We have beautiful line now, but they are going
fast. Special Easter Bargains for this week..
Lappet Mull Curtains, tha latest Fad ; daiuty
colored flowers on white ground with fluted ruffle.
They only cost you from $'i to f ?.SO pair.
First of the season, all the new styles and
shapes at astonishing low prices. They are pret
tier this season than ever lie fore.
The finest line of Men's and Boys' Clothing
and Furnishing Goods In the city and at about
one-half regular clothing store prices. Special
Easter bargain this week.
Premiums. Those having ticket
Day as Received.
'.yard wide muslin, a good family eotton 4a
A full yard-wlif muslin, good faamlly cotton bo
Kull yard-wide niusjlo, either Lonadal or Fruit
Kull yard-wlile On quality unbleached moalla to
Kull yard-wld oamlrio , Bo
PILLOW CASINO-Pepperill or Lockwood
42-iiich. aale prle..j to
46-Inch, sale prlo w
fiO-inch, sale prie loo
64 inch, sale prlc UW
03-lueu, 7x4, sal price U
72-lui'h, 8x4, sal price is
Bt-luch, i4' sale pries i7o
W) lucu, 10x4, sal prlc iw
A aa analllyer ! I'aalcarha skaMiaf,
IMelal aie rnoa 1 l-a.
Bale price on ready-mail Bheeta, Bleached Mohawk
hraml, uioelv made and full width aud length. lt
54xUO. 85e; ?2iUO. 4Kc; HIlUO, 47fl VOiUO, 600.
KMidy-maile fillow Caxe. Bleached atooawk arad.
U 4ix3ti, loc; B0X38M, 12o.
bleached, colored border towel, oatmeal, sit
10x38, sale price lb
Full bleuntiad, colored border towel, bem stitched,
site lux II, sale price ltfo
Full iileai'hed. colored border towel, knot end, six
14x42, sale price. Has
Full bleached, colored border towel, knot end
frluged, six 21x46, sale prie tie