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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 14, 1898.
IN THE SENATE!
Gen. Lee Says Havana Would Sur
render After a Short Fight.
SPAIN QETTINQ READY FOR WAR.
Washington. April M. Ths irallsrlra
In tha sonata art packad tod thousands
r tamed away. Bala (Main) prs
ssntsd a memorial from ths National
etrle flub of Brooklyn, calling attention
to the ntMwIty, In the .rent of war with
Spain, ot repealing tome of the present
navigation lawa which prevent oar mer
ehant Teeeela from aalllng under ft for
A meaaage waa reoolred from the hooM
transmitting the Cuban resolution paaeed
by the bona.
Br onanlmooa eoneent the reeolutlon
of yesterday reported by the foreign rela
tione Mnmlltee waa laid before the een
Turner (Washington) began apeeeb,
in which ha aharply criticised the ad
ministration tor Its Vacillating and Ir
resolute, cowardly and puellantmoaa pol
icy." Turner declared, with bitter sarcasm,
that with such diplomatic agents repre
senting the United States the Madrid
goTerninent might eventually, for suit
able Indemnity, absolve this country for
blocking the harbor of Havana with ths
shattered hall ot the Maine. The flash
ing sword ot the United States most be
drawn for Cuban Independence and be
Wielded by an arm stronger than ever.
It should never be lowered until Spain Is
driven from the western hemisphere.
Boar followed Turner. He thought the
present no time for impassioned rhetoric
and manlteetatlons ot approval ot war
aentlmeut. He felt like entering upon
the Cuban question with the seriousness
with which he would attend church. It
ws are going to enter upon a counts of
action In Cuba It ahould be dons as an
act of Justice and not revenge. Mr. Boar
aald Turner, who represented only bait a
state, was making the president, who
represents forty-five states, ths subject ot
ths same objurgations that were Inflicted
upon Washington, lie predicted that
MoKlnley'i fame would not aaffer.
Hoar said that he bellsved that ths
Maine eiploelou waa a meditated act,
of which ths Spanish officials were
Tbs Spanish government should be
held responsible. Yet to acquit Blanco,
as General Lee had dine, would be to ac
quit Spain ot the direct agency as he was
the responsible representative ot Spain,
If necessary be thought the Maine affair
enough to jastlfy war. Still ha thought
honorable reparation might poalbly be
secured without war. Us would vote for
house resolution and thought Its adop
tion would load to war, but It would be
an honorable and Justifiable war.
Tarple (Iud ) followed Boar with
speech for the recognition ot ths Cuban
Qmm Mae-oat ai(a. a Bhim far Its la-
Madrid, April 14. The cabinet council
has decided to re-open the Spanish parlia
ment on Wednesday nest Instead ot
The queen regwt has signed ths na
tional subscription decree to Increase ths
Spaol.h Mlol.t.r JUad. to Laa...
Washington, April 14. Spanish Mtn
Ister Polo baa mads final preparations
for departure Immediately when Madrid
Instructs him to leave. Ths French am'
b tasador will care for Spain's Interests.
OEM a HAL. WKTLER.
Th. Ka.olatloaarj Party la Spala Kapaaa.
Madrid, via Bay onus, France, April 14
A feature ot ths opposition press is ths
audeavor to bring General Weyler to ths
front as ths champion of ths cause of the
revolution under Iris guise ot ths saviour
of national honor. Kven the newspapers,
wblcb, since his return from Cuba, vio
lently denounced him, ars now lauding
the former captain general as the one
man who can save ths situation.
Frleaa of HUrk. Taut blU(.
London, April 14. Ths bears ars cam
palgning on the stock sxchangs to-day
and prices ars tumbling all around.
Mo Naw. to Ul.a Oat
Washington, April 14. Secretary Long
gave notice to-day that no news what
ever respecting naval movements will be
Madrid U Bsaltad aad Hpaal.k M.w.pa-
par Bay War la Cartsia.
Madrid, April 14. Ths newspapers
here regard war as Inevitable. The last
dispatches from Washington created
profound sxoitemeut throughout Spain.
The Spaniards protest against ths "odious
Imputation" that Spanish officer ars re
sponsible for ths loss ot ths Mains. It Is
asserted that proof can be furnished that
Money to Burn.
Do yon want new Watch? Unless yon havs money to burn writs us for
on.. Ws ars selling Hamilton Wfttches. 17 Jewels, at $ J2.50.
Elg'n Watches. 31 Jawals, at $88.00. These are the very best
Railroad Watches made. They are adjusted and rated In three posi
tions, and wa will refund your money If they fall to pass Inspection.
IES "W EES US H IP
Leading Jawslsr, R. R, Avt, Albuquarqua. N. M.
Watch Inspector for Santa Fs Railroad. Ws uaks t specialty of Watches for Ball
no torpedoes have ever been laid In Ha
vana harbor. Ths official gatetta to
morrow will publish a decree organising
national subscription to Increase tbs
BBNATB roa IDSlBaCHTS.
Majority f the S.aal.r. Vavsr K.a-
aul.f Cabaa lad.aaaa.ai. a.
Washington,-April 14 Nine republi
can senators have agreed to vote tor the
Turple amendment recognising ths Inde
pendence of ths present Cuban govern
Conservative senators evrcct ths bouse
to stand Arm for Its resolution and If
the senate adopts ths Davis resolutions
with or. without tbs recognition amend
ment ths conservatives believe that ths
senate will In ths and have to yield.
COMSCL LBBVS TESTIMONT.
Be I. Bar. That tna Maine Waa Blows Up
by Bpaal.a UBotrt,
Washington, April 14 The testimony
taken before the aenate committee ot
foreign relations In connection with the
Investigation Into ths relations between
the United Btatee and Cuba was made
public to-day. It constitutes ft book ot
Tbs statement of greatest current In
terest la that ot Consul General Lea.
Les said hs waa Informed that the Span
lards had placed two rows of torpedoes
Just at tbs mouth ot Bavana harbor by
Mora castle within the past two months,
and the switch board Is In ths castle.
Hs said, however, he had no Information
of the placing ot any torpedoes before the
Mains was destroyed.
Be thought the Mains letter waa a cor
rect copy of genuine letter from Wey
ler. Be knew of telegram addressed to
Kva Canela, a noted Spanish woman, an
admirer of Weyler, and to Senor Gas
man, as follows: "Grave circumstances
cause me to ask you to destroy last letter
of February 12."
Lee aald: -I cabled the stats depart
mrnt tew days after ths board assem
bled that It was almost certain that the
explosion was from ths exterior. I al
ways had an Idea that ths Mains was
blown np by officers who had charge of
the mines and electrical wires and tor
pedoes In an arsenal there and who
thoroughly understood their business.
"I do not think Blanco, the present
captain general of Cuba, had anything
to do with it. I went right down to the
palace and asked for General Blanco. Be
came In crying.'
Lee said hs bad seen a copy ot tele
gram from Admiral Manterola dated
Havana, prior to the explosion of the
Mains to the Spanish commission In
London, asking the commission to "hur
ry np the electrical cables."
After an Investigation Les satisfied
himself that ths electric lights did not
go out at the time ot the explosion.
General Les aald: "I have never been
certain that submarine explosive was
placed there prior to the entrance ot the
Mains Into the harbor. It might have
been done afterwards."
Les aald that the Spanish population
Is not especially hostile towards the
United States. Ths Insurgents would pay
no attention to armistice.
''Suppose Uavana were blockaded," said
Senator Mills, "so that no provisions
could go In, would tbs people there have
any way to get any?"
"Nona whatever," responded Lee. "The
town would surrender In a abort while.'
St Vincent, Cape Verds Islands, April
14. Ths 8panlah armored cruisers Cris
tobal Colon and Marls Teresa have ar
rived here. The Spanish torpedo flotilla
Is still here.
TUB HOtSB MAT ACCEPT.
Bonata Baaolatlan. Will Probably bo Aa-
plod by tha Hoaaa.
Washington. April 14. Some ot the
boose republicans are organising a
movement looking to the acceptance of
ths senate resolutions, when they pass
that body. They fear that If the resolu
tlous go to conference concessions may
be made and delay may follow. Brom
well, ot Ohio, and other republicans have
been conferring with their colleagues
and democrats. Bromwell believea that
a motion to accept the senate resolutions
will prsvail In ths house by an over'
New fork, April 14. Money on call,
nominally, at 4 per cent. Prime mer
cantile paper t6.
The Sonata Will Mot Adjourn TIU War
Baaolatlons Aro Paaaod.
Washington, April 14. The senators
anxious for early action on the Cuban
resolution havs determined to hold con
tinuous arnsions if there Is any disposi
tion of action by debate. Radical sena
tors say there are votes enough to adopt
the Turple amendment recognising the
present Cuban government. They think
the honas and senate will compromise on
the seriate majority remlntions. Con
servative senators have decided to rjfht
for the honas Cuban resolutions and will
act In concert.
Bonata Will Itolay Tota.
Washington. April 14 Davis wanted
the senate to agree to a vote at 6 p. m. to
morrow, lanrey otijwuwi.
At the request of many senators Davis
agreed to an adjourn men t at i p. m.
Horaae to Adjoara.
Washington. April 14 At IU d. m.
the senate by a vote of SO to W refused to
WtlLIB IN MADRID,
Ba Coa.ldor War with the t'nllad Btaio.
Madrid. April 14. Wevler srrlved here
to-day apparently called by the govern
ment, tie considers war with ths l ulled
Ths 'eel lug to Madrid Is stronger than
ever. Ail parties are uniting against
the government and there are sinister
references to the "Austrian," which
mean that the Queen Regent, who never
has beeu popular In Madrid, ie rapidly
railing into increasea aisravor.
To-day's issue of Pants was conOscated
and copies of the paper were ouly ob
fc.tr Ha Literary Baolaty.
The following la the program ot ths
Ketrella literary society of the I'niverslty
ot New Mexico, to be held on Friday,
April IB, at 8:30 o'clock.
., "hvmlng Star Rerert.."
Mia. Alms kooraald.
i'rff. fVl M.urn.
Mint Il.uthorne, accompanist.
Mm fcdytb Kverltt
Minx Cl.uda Albright.
A talk In O.r. Huahr.
UltKil. Society i(n..
rtui At. inter.
Violin Solo.... ,.
Prof ll Maura,
Mlae Hauthorn., accampanlst.
Tha Voting CaaUMta.
The following la ths vote In the fire
man's badge dullest at the Klrnils np to
date: W. R. Raird, 81; B. Rnppe, 1H; K. B
llrcn.o; w. t. Uto. 6: A. u. Block-
The following Is the result so far In
the doll contest: lone Albright, 3;
Jeanette Hall, 30; liaiel Muloy, lit;
Kioisa Yrtsarrt, 6; Uraos Borradalie, 4:
Kthel Levy, 2
It Is expected that the voting to night
will be very lively and these figures will
be considerably larger
avergoem Bros. Barglary,
Thomas Carlyls, ths man arrested yes
terday for having a baud In the burglary
of (Mrgoura Bros." Jewelry store on north
Third street, had his bearing berore Jus
tice Crawford this afteruooo, and was re
quired to furnish $1W0 bonds to await the
action of the grand Jury. Carlyls ad
mitted that be had helped sell the goods,
but Insisted that he did not steal ihem.
He said, however, that hs was willing to
plead guilty It he could get off any
lighter that war.
The odlcers nave already recovered s
considerable portion of the stolen goods.
Yesterday 1. M. Wilkinson, lessee and
mausger ot the Albuquerque Wool 8cour
Ing mills, received word from New York
aud BosUn not to ship any more wool,
tor the reason that no Insurance can be
had upon the wool during the present
trouble between the United States and
Spain. That being the ease. Mr. Wilkin
son this niornlug closed down the mills.
This morning, at 10:45 o'clock, David
RIlliMr tha .Mttnml Of.n nt II anil l
Thomas, at their residence. No. 317 south
Kdlth street, of spinal meiilugitls, after
au Illness of two weeks. He was first
taken with measles, followed suddenly
by ths abova disease, which terminated
inmeueain. ine iiiuerai services win
be held at the residence at t o'clock to
morrow (Friday) afternoon. Burial at
A Hiuy Plaoa.
The Catholic Kirmls, In progress at the
Armory hall. Is a very busy Institution,
and large crowds are paying their resoects
to ths Kirmls nightly. Kvery booth is
reported doing a good business, while the
sellers ot tickets for this and that article
are enjoying a landlord trade. The
painting donated by Mrs. Hlduey Hnhhell
Is a popular feature of the Kirmls; like
wise ths two badsome dolls the one at
the booth of Mrs. A. J. Maloy and as
slsUnts, presented by Mrs. MoCrelght, to
be ro (lied off, aud the other at the booth
ot Mrs. Hulloran aud other ladies to go
to the most popular girl. The flrerueu's
medal took an upward boom last night,
with W. R. Balrd lu the lead.
Tbs entertainment given at the Luth
eran church last night was a highly en
joyable affair and waa well attended.
Some of the delightful features of the en
tertalument were two violin solos by
Will Mot lellsud. acoouipauled by Mlso
Muriel Anderson on the plauo; a vocal
solo by Miss Kdlth Renuer, and a violin
solo by Bruno Dlrckman, both accom
panied by Mrs. Itimoe; a recitation by
MIm Bertha llase and a reading by the
pastor. A number of magic Isutern
views were also presented. Bruno Dleck
msul violin selection was a very dim
cult one, but the little fellew showed
ability in rendering It.
Minnie Pennington, oue ot the dusky
damsels of old town, was arrested last
night on the coiuolalut ot John Patter
son, a colored man of Las Vegas, who
charged her with stealing tii from him
Hhe bad her hearing before Justice
Duran this afternoon, who bound her
over to the next grand Jury of this
county. She Is uow In the county Jail.
Whitney company will use the Rose
store room on tiold avenue aa tempor
ary storage room for wagons and farm
Implements until Berry's drug store va
cates Its present quarters, when the lat
ter will be used by vt hltuey company.
Dr. Berrv. so It Is understood, will soon
occupy the Futrells store room, corner of
Mrst street sua Uoij avenue.
C. W. Kennedy, well known In this
city, who hits been for seversl weeks at a
hospital lu the City ot Mexico, Is ei'
pected to return to the city this tiveulug
Arthur Kverltt, the well-known Rail'
road avenue Jeweler, returned from a
trip to Bland lnt night. He reports the
cupltal ot the (Jochitl dlelrit t booiniug.Q
Word has beeu received from George
Turner, who formerly had a watuh re
pair shop lu this city, to the ellect that
his wife died April 3 at hi Paso.
For one week we will make suit of
clothes to your measure, all wool, well
tailored aud trimmed for (10. lialder
uiau, 13 south ttecoud street.
Wanted A girl for general housework.
Inquire of Mrs. Althelmer, 602 North
The Kilo club will meet at Mrs. A. D.
Whltson's to-morrow afternoon at 2:'in
Mrs. Fred. Ranklti aud daughter ar
rived from Chicago last night.
SPAIN WILL FIGHT!
Tbat Country Will Not Peace
fully Surrender Cuba.
Spain Is Threatened Wlta a Serlotu
Revolution In Valencia.
Swllierland Will Rot Offer to Heal ate Be
tween Spila and Cnlted Slaws.
ALL OUlgT AT IATABA.
London, April 14. According to spe
cial from Madrid to-day ths Bptnlsh cab
inet minister has declared In an Inter
view that "should President McKlnley
notify Bpaln to evacuate Cuba, this gov
ernment will Immediately aud emphati
cally refuse and will add tbat tt Is fully
prepared to take ths consequence."
According to dispatch this afternoon
from Madrid there was big revolution
ary demonstration In Valencia yesterday
evening. A urge crowd assembled,
red flag was waved and ths "Marseilles"
waa sung. Police dispersed tbs people
and captured the red dag.
Will Not OS-.r to Modlnta.
Berne, Bwltaerland, April 14. Ths sug
gestion mads yesterday by the national
council that ths bundeirath consider
whether It could not offer to mediate be
tween ths United States and 8paln, wa
unanimously rejected to-day by ths bun
deirath. Whoat la Blghor.
Chicago. April 14. A nsw mark was
mads tor May wheal to-day, that delivery
selling np to and closing at ILllM, an
advance ot 8a cents over yesterday.
Unlet la Ba.aaa.
Havana, April 14. All Is quiet to-day.
oi.ntaih mauu trial.
B)o N.w DsTOlopm.ata la tha Oae at La
Special to The Cltlscn.
Las Cruoes, March 14 Persons looking
tor further developments In the Fountain
murder ease this morning were dlsap
pointed. As soon as court opened, Attor
torney Chllders stated that Meadows and
Dieter, two important witnesses for ths
prosecution, bad not arrived, and re
quested an adjournment until they should
arrive. Meadows Is a dspnty sheriff and
now In pursuit of Les aud OlUUand. He
waa with the posse searching for Foun
tain's body aud Is expected to give very
sensational testimony. Court will taks
np tbs ease as soon as they may arrive.
They were sent for day before yesterday,
but np to this time havs not been found-
Bought a Btoainar.
Washington, April 14. Ths navy de
partment to day purchased the Red Llus
steamer Vem xuela. Negotiations for the
Paris and New York, the American steam
ship company's big trans-Atlantic liners,
ars still in progress.
Will V.to Indapwnd.nno Koftolulloa..
Washington. Aurll 14. The ureeldent
ha determined to veto ths Cuban resolu
tions It they carry recogultion of Cuban
independence. He so stated to-day to
Mauators Want ui Talk.
Washington, April 14. The senate will
not vote on the Cuban resolutions before
to-morrow ulght. A doten senators want
THOUI'B FROM ARIZONA.
Mo.aral Companies of Kogulara Will I'ao.
Through Albanuorquo To-M arrow.
Topeka, Kan, April 14. Ths Hants Fa
railroad has completed arrangements tor
moving east several companies ot Uuited
States troops, stationed at forts In Art
t'iia. Two train loads will start to
morrow morning from Ash Fork, each
oarryiug about 250 ollloerg and men. The
beet possible time will be made aud It I
expected that the troops will reach Kan
sa City some time on tue mth. Their
present destination Is Jefferson Barracks,
Ht. Louis, but It Is believed they will soon
bs moved to ths Atlantic coast.
Chloago Unua atarkot.
Chicago, April 14. Wheat May,
II. m,; July, bTftc Corn-April, 30c;
July 31 He. Oats April, J(',',c; July
Slirar aas I pan.
New York, April 14. Silver. Mc;
Lead. 3 .80. r
WANT A WAM.
People of MlMlulppI Vallay r".nthu.la.lle
lor a right.
Nashville, Teun., April 14. If any
doubt existed regarding the warlike feel
ing of the residents of Illluols, Indiana
aud Tennessee It would have been swept
away by the reception given the Twenty
fifth Infantry as It passed along. At every
town, on every street crossing and on the
depot platforms men waved arms In fran
For Every Foot
J J ..... . .
GEO. C. GAINSLEY & CO.,
zxjsiZsZA.Z3Tsia Biiom X3ia avxjxm..
123 Soutli Booond Street
ail omu k nt cit ies r a :- L, sttmtioi,
tic token ot approval and In most
instances seconled their gestures by
yell, la the larger towns where the
train stopped the crowd piled so closely
In npon the cars that ll was Impossible
for the soldier to leave the train at all
The regiment Is expectd to arrive at
Chattanooga at o'clock. Right com
panies will bs camped to night at Chick
amanga park. Two companies will con
tinue to Key West
I A Spanl.h t .bla.i.
Madred, April 14. A Cabinet council at
which ths queen regent presided, wa
held ibis afternoon.
New Tork, April 14. Copper. lH,c
rnospgRois CO HIT I.
Sheriff Hahboll ptetara to tha Illy
What Be Mas to Bay.
Bherlff T. B. Huhbell, who was at Bland
oo business, returned to ths city last
The sheriff states that the people of
Hknd and district held a meeting last
utulit to d-clde whom they want (or
ils,nity sheriff for the district, and, after
making their selection, Mr. Huhbrll will
comply with their wishes aa to said ap
pointment. 'While at Bland." said ths sheriff. "I
visited the Albemarle properties, and I
waa absolutely surprised to And such ft
largs. bustling crowd of contented min
er, the Albemarle people, under the man
sitement of 1. 1. Merrill, having on their
pay-roll between iftu and 3o0 miners, a
day and night force working constantly.
"V. M. Johnson, oioal competent oia
chtaery manager, baa charge of the work
of placing the Albemarle mill machinery
in position, and has an Independent force
tt .kilted workmen under him.
'1 met W. h. Trimble and he Informed
me that hs Is hauling on an average of
twenty tons of ors dally from the Albe
marle mine and dumping It near the site
where ths mill will be erected, so when
ths mill Is ready there will be plsuty of
ors to keep It grinding away tor long
"Besides the Albemarle, other eieellent
properties are being vigorously worked,
and the district Is one mass of general
The sheriff accompanied Joseph T.
Glover aud Dr. Macbeth to Bland, and the
two latter gentlemen will remain there
for soms time.
fcaa.a Saaday and Thnraday.
' Pnnday's racing will be something
worth seeing, and many degrees belter
thnn anything yet offered.
On of the running races will bring
together two well-known performers
who bars never yet met on any track.
Look out for the announcement later.
Tbs races ars becoming mors and
more popular and will rank among the
most notable social functions of the
Thursday. April 21st will bs Ladles
Day" at the track, when ft special pro
gram will be carried out.
Both hunday and Thursday programs
will be distributed free on the grounds,
giving hamea and colors of starters In
all the rveea.
Oukdiie of Ban Francisco, Albuquerque
I the ouly western town now eu Joying
From now until May 1 new stables
will arrive, and the Albuquerque public
will see here for the first time nearly all
of the best horses who will race this
summer at Butte, Anaconda, Kansas
City, HU Louis and other regular racing
DISTRICT C'Ol'RT II ft WS.
Suit or flret Rational Hank va. Leaear ft
U.lHoa on Trial.
The attachment suit of ths Ffrst Na
tional bank vs. Lesser A Lewlnson Is on
trial In the district court to dsy. In this
suit ths bank sought to attach the goods
of lesser A Lewiuson for money bor
rowed by the firm six months prior
thereto. The aflldavits of attachment al
leged that the defendants had or were
about to transfer their property to their
creditors and that the Individual mem
bers ot the firm had transferred their
property to their wives prior to the at
tachment. The court, however, ruled on
this poiut that evidence showing suoh
transfer ot ths property prior to the crea
tion of the deht was luadmlsslble.
The plaintiff put In testimony to show
that ths firm drew out the money they
had In the bank on the day of asslgu
nieut and paid It to Phil Farmer. rela
tive, but waa unable to show that the
money was not paid to him for services.
The plaintiff also offered testimony to
show that In lH'.ti the firm of Lesser A
Lewlnson waa rated at from $., mi to
lo.ooo; and that at the time the attach
ment was issued the stock waa depleted
to show evidence ot fraud and conceal
ment. A. B. MeMtllen represents the plaintiff
In the case, and K. W. Dobsou the defend
ants. The trial of the case will probably
take np ail day.
When all the evidence of the plaintiff
was in. In ths ease of the First National
bank vs. Lesser A Lewlnstm, the court ou
motion of the defendants directed the
jury to bring In a verdict for the defense.
In the cases of Mamie Btradler vs. Mrs.
Jolly and Joseph J. Joseph, ft Jury trial
la the ease of J. B. Bushnell vs K. W.
fntrgexhsll. tried yesterday, a verdict for
was rendered in favor ot plaintiff.
The first communion class at the
Church of the Iiuuiaculute Conception,
which is composed of thirty-six membsrs
and the iarget class of the klud in the
history of this church, will be admitted
to Its first couuuuuiou on the first Hun
day In May.
American Brewing Company Bohe
mian, the finest pals ieer ou the market;
clear, pale aud sparkling. In quarts or
pints, at Lowenthal A Meyers', itl Rail
If you want to save from to to 115 on
your spring suit and bars ths nlnmt line
lu town to select from call ou Haider
man, 213 south Second street.
There Is the right shoe Your (hoe is
here. We make a point of fitting- people.
Any one can sell shoes ONCE. Xk't sell
shoes over and over to the same people.
Steady trade is the test of a shoe store.
We have lots of such advertisements
walking' around town they walk a good
deal the shoes feel so easy, and look
swell. Among; the stylish shapes popular
this season are the Pingreeoc Smith styles
for Man, Woman and Child. These
shoes are right or your money back. We
can please you.
Mail Orders Given
and Promptly Filled
To show you tho finest, best selected, highest quality, most
stylish and lowest priced lino of Dress Goods, Ladies' and
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, Clothing and llouso Furnish
ing Goods over shown in this city. Call and be convinced.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS.
Now is the time to buv Underwear.
can ihow vou a full line cf Knit
Cotton, Lisle and Silk : lonff and
styles and qualities from 40c to
The lat st vouue in Parasols
the bi S ore. The new Changeable effects,
Scotch Plaids, Chiffon trimmed, in white, black
and colors, too numerous to mention.
5KE WINDOW DISPLAY.
SUMMER DRESS GOODS.
Just received a new lot of Madras Cloth for
Shirt Waists. The rrettiest patterns yet shown;
also beautiful line of Organdies, Mull, Dimities,
Lawns, Etc. Don't fail to see these.
On and after May 1, 1898, we shall discontinue giving Tickets for
win piease cau ana let us Know what they want so that we can order Premium. Parties
who desire to take advantage of our present plan of giving tickets with
cash purchases will have until May x to do to.
A word to the wise is sufficient.
Shelf and Hoavy Hardware, Furniture,
Carpets, Crockery, Glassware, Lamps.
Iron Pipes and Fittings.
Largest Stock of Brass
Gcoda in Now Mexico.
Miner's and Engineers' Supplies.
All Pattern 10c and 15c
GOOD KEWS FOR ECONOMICAL SHOPPERS I
Last week we had a sale ou Cotton Goods and same proved a big
success. This week wo will give you special in the following:
ANOTHER SPECIAL IN OUR COTTON GOODS DEPARTMENT.
l:i dozen Lad leu' K lb 1mm I VetH, Nicely Tuped Special 5c Each.
During our big sale of last week we have accumulated a big lot of remnants consisting of all
kinds of Cotton Goods, Table Linens, Slightly Soiled Towels fronVbeing on display, etc., will be
sold ut greatly reduced prices.
m I st
short ileevea. all
can be found at
Railroad Avsmue, Albuquarqua,
THE HK8T LIGHTED STOKE IN
Special on Summer Corsets
800 Window ZDlsrl.y.
No. 152 Summer Corset. 5 hook, regular 50c value, only 39c
No. 156 Summer Corset, 5 or 6 hook, made with fine netting, only. 6O0
No. 317 Summer Corset, 4 or 5 hook, made o imported netting, only.f 1.25
No. 667 Summer Corset, 4 or 5 hook, made of imported Batiste. . . 1.25
A new Summer Bicycle waist, made by Ferris Bros., the newest
corset out for summer bicycling and athletic sports 1.25
An Odd Lot of Cornet By Odd Lots we mean a few of varioua
styles of which we only have a few numbers; all colors, white, drab
and black, corsets worth from $1.00 to $3 00 in the lot. If we have your
size take 'em for ik rAnra
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
Babies' Hoods and Bonnets from 15c each up.
Babies' siik, henrietta and cashmere jackets from 50c up
Babies' long white dresses aud thristening robes from
Babies' short white dresses from 25c and up.
Babies' Lawn Guimps from 50o and up.
Agents for batter
Ick's Patterns and
Dr. Jaegcri Underwear.
Th finest line of Men's Dress and Negligee
Colored Shirts in the city. Special sale this week
of stiff and soft bosom colored shirts that clothing
stores ask $1.75 for. Our prices will be 91.00.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS.
Have you seen our new line of Shirt Waists?
If you have not you've missed a treat; they are
perfect dreams. Rare values this week. Shirt
Waists from 40o np
Don't forget that we are headquarters for
Carpets, Curtains, Rugs, Drapery Silk and
everything pertaining to this line. Our prices
are always the lowest.
Premiums. Those having tickets
Day as Received.
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