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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 15, 1890.
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IN THE SENATE!
A Score of Senators Want to Weary
the American People,
THE DEBATE MAY
WMhlngton, April 15. Th galleries
wots thronged toll morning, when tbs
tenU not at 10 o'clock. It wm ths i
prcmed Intention ot Chairman DstIs to
ndavor to fore a eontlooona swwton
until the pending resolutions art dis
The Tloe preeldent bad Hit of twenty
three senators who desired to speak.
Cullom,(IIU.)ild that Spain's black
erlmet eall alood for vengeance, and
vengeaoeo will be taken by the Amert
ean people In the Interest of humanity.
Collom declared that the Maine dis
aster was an act of "deliberate and atroc
He mads an extended argument for
Immediate action, paying a high tribute
Berry (Ark) was recognised after Cnl
lom's speech. He wanted to roU for the
resoluttou offered by Turple, which reo
ognliM the Independeno of the present
republic of Cuba, but said: "Whatever
resolution is adopted, I will be found
supporting ths hands ot the president."
With Impassioned outburst bs pledged
ths south to loyalty to ths flag.
Daniel (Vs.) was next recognised. His
opening sentences were: "We stand upon
the edge of war. This nation laone with a
sword In Its band and, if the word that
now hesitates upon ths lips be spoken
and the command 'forward' given, upon
some proud day ths stars and stripe will
b waving over Moro Castls and Caban-
Daniel said hs was content neither
with the house resolution nor the senate
commute resolution. ''In my Judg
ment," said he, "our first step should be
to writ on the statute book reeognl.
tion of the great Cuban republic, which
has won Its place among tb Indepond
nt nations by Its own valiant sword."
Gray replird briefly to Daniel, saying
that bis only object was to secure a unit
ed front In tb present emergency. H
thought ther should be co-operation be
tween congress and th president Gray
saM tliers was no Justification for Dan
lei's Insinuation that th president' sup
porters desired to send American to Cu
ba to aid In suppressing Gomes. Danlsl
said he mads no sjcb Insinuation. Gray
said be wanted a truce between the pollt
leal parties nntll the crisis passed.
Tillman said thsr would b war
whenever th resolution was adopted
but this was no reason tor th president
not saying candidly what hs meant to do.
Mr. Woloott announced bis intention
to vote for th resolution and resented
ths aspersions upon tb p resident
Mr. Morgan gave notice that n would
movs to lay upon ths tabl any amend
meat to th Cuban resolutions as fast a
they cam In.
Mr. Bpoooer, next speaker, also depre
cated ivflacUpns upon th character ot
Im will Commaad.
New York, April 16. Ths president
baa decided to glvs Consul General L
command of th Virginia volunteer in
the event that hostilities break out be
tweea this country and 8paln, says ths
Washington correspondent of th World.
. Llat of ll.(.4 0rU.aoa.of ThatCaaaa
London, April IB. A dispatch from
Madrid says that the not to tb powers
will polut out that all troubl with th
Uulted States arises from th clamor of
th sugar manufacturers, who, It I
claimed, foment war and organised the
entire revolt. Attention will b recalled
to the alleged unmolested American fill
bustsrers. It will be asserted that the
chief Insurgent leaders ars not Cubans
but adventurer of all nationalities,
whose sole purpose is plunder and rob
bery. The note will say that while Bpaln has
doue everything possible to pacify the is
land, th consuls of th United State
constituted themselves Insurgent and
that as autonomy promised th desired
result an American squadron was sent to
Cuba to encourage ths insurgent to bold
lbs contentions. It la added, will be
supported by documentary evidence,
which will prove the bad faith displayed
by the I'ulted States. Th note will con
clude with declaring that Bpaln, having
exhausted every means of peace, Is re
luctantly compelled to light fur ths main
tenance ot it right and honor.
Of Caaraa Mat.
London, April IB. Th foreign office
doe not believe that th power will
make a naval demonstration.
Havana, April IB. An American citi
zen, Joaquin BeUoooart, wa arrested
yesterday, charged with bringing corres
pondence from th Insurgent camp. The
Money to Burn.
Do you want a new Watch? Unless yon hav money to burn write us for
one. W ar seUlng Hamilton Watch. 17 Jewels, at $32.50.
Elg'n Watch. 21 Jewel, at $28.00. These ar th very best
Railroad Watch mad. They are adjusted and rated In three posl
- tlons, and we will refund your money If they fall to pass Inspection.
IES W LEES IES H TP UF
Leading Jeweler, R. R. AvH Albuquerque. N. H.
Watch Inspector for Santa F Ballroad. W mak a specialty of Watches for Rail
LAST ALL SUMMER.
British consul, Mr. Gollan, in charge of
United States Interests, demanded that
the prisoner be released, and he was ac
eordlngly granted his freedom.
It ha been decided tbat tb colonial
government with th approval of th
government at Madrid, will aend Senors
tilberga, Dolt and Vlond to treat with
Mew York, April 1B.-Tb Wilson Has
steamer Marengo, which arrived to day
from New Castle, England, brought 250
ton of war material recently purchased
from Armstrong, Mitchell A Co.
Madrid, April IB Th queen regent
baa beaded th national subscription
with a million pesetas, arousing great
Pawera Mar Iatavraa.
Borne, April IB. Th Popolo Romano
anderstandi that tb power will Inter
vene In favor ot Spain with a naval dem
PLAN OV INVASION.
What lha Fraaldaat Star Da Wham the
aaaaa QalU Talk la.
New York, April 15.-A special to the
World from Washington says: Tb pres
ident' present Intention Is to aend mr-
cbant vessels loaded with medicines, food
and clothing for th starving Cubans to
Havana and Matantas. These vessels
will be accompanied by twenty warships
and transports carrying the regular
United States troops. They will land
peaceably and take possession of th for
tified towns unless Spain fire on them.
If Bpaln Ore th first shot tb battle
ship Indiana and Iowa and the monitor
Puritan, Terror and Amphrltlto will in
stantly begin th bombardment of Hav
ana with twelve and thlrteen-lnch guns.
Tb bombardment I not likely to last
longer than th bombardment of Alexan
dria by th British fleet In 1883 abont
Th only thing that will remain will
b for th United Bute torpedo boat to
clear Havana harbor ot submarine mines,
and tb United States will be In posM-
sion of tb capital of Cuba.
Aftar Maay Ballots.
Horton, Ka., April IS. Congressman
Chas. Curtis was re-nominated on tb
SALTATION AHMV COLONISTS.
Uroup ot tha Oolaalata
Chicago for Colorado.
Chicago, April IB. Th pioneer group
of colonist from Chicago who will settle
on the Salvation Army land In Power
county, Colo , (twenty-flv families) left
Chicago to-day In a special car via Santa
K railroad. Each family will be as
signed a ten-acre tract house, horse, cow,
agricultural Implements and be provided
with supplies for Immediate wants.
Daala af Nlllloaalra.
Chicago, April IB. Herbert Morris,
son of th multi millionaire packer, Nel
son Morris, died to-day after an Illness of
several weeks. A present ot $3,000,000
was mad by Nelson Morris to Herbert
when the young man wa married last
June to Mis Hulda Bloom.
Tha War Sltualloa Dlaeaaaad by ths Haad
Washington, April IB. Tb cabinet
meeting to-day wa devoted to a gen
eral discussion of th Cuban question,
nothing of Importance resulting there
from. The government has received no
Intimation of the preparations of any note
on th part ot tb powers and th mem
ber of tb cabinet do not think the ef
fort obviously making by Spain to con
centrate the powers in ber favor will re
sult In their agreeing.
Maaaaeb.ua.lLa War road.
Boston, Mam, April IB. Governor
Woloott sent a message this afternoon to
th legislature recommending an emerg
ency appropriation of $500,000 to Increase
th efficiency ot the state militia. Th
bill Immediately passed.
The Qnaaa la U.lUn Mad.
Madrid, April IB. The queen I quoted
a saying that sb prefers th horrors of
war to tarnishing th prestige ot the
army or th Impalrmsut of th right of
Caaaol Praraat War.
London, April 16. Tbs Austrian am
bassador says that hs has given np bop
of Kurops preventing war.
Uul.t At Havana.
Havana, April IB. All quiet here this
Will Mot IIM the Valo.
Washington, April 15. Th president
is not now likely to veto any resolution
that congre may adopt on th Cnban
question. Th administration doe not
believe that congress will pass a resold
tlon for the recognition of tb Cnban In
snrgente, but if It should a veto ot It
would be very Improbable.
Braak la ths Wheat Markat.
Chicago, April 15. Th most extensive
and general liquidation ot wheat In
many months wa witnessed on 'change
to-day, July closed at Ma'e, substan
tlally or bottom, while May closed at
LOW. Tb break wa a Chang of over
S cent; In May 24 cents. May dnrlng
early trading was bid np to 1.1B.
Ohlaaara atoaa Maaka.
Chicago, April IB. Cat t Is Receipt
10UO; market strong.
Beeve I3 9C35.26; cows and betters.
$125(1(4.00; Texas steers, $.1.70(4.BO;
stacker and feeders, $3 70if .80.
8heep Receipts, 7,0K; market steady
Native sheep, 1.1. GOti 4.70; westerns, $3 80
(84.80; lambs, $1.606.70.
That Maral lamoaalralloa.
London, April 15. A special tram
Rome referring to th rumor ot a prapo
sltlon to nuke an International naval
demonstration off Cuba, say that Aus
tria 1 taking th leal, but that Great
Britain and Germany ars not favorable
to th suggestion.
Washington. April 15. Chief Wllkle,
ot tb secret service, knows nothing ot
the reported eaptnr of th alleged layer
ot th Spanish mine or torpedoes In
Norfolk. Va, April IB 2:15 p. m.
Weather bureau hs reported tb flying
squadron ten miles east ot th cape and
coming In. It will be In the Roads In
Th flying squadron baa passed In the
cape en rout to Old Point
Ita Carlos Warlike.
Madrid, April IB. Don Carlo urges
th Carllsta to embark on a war against
the United States. He threatens to over
turn the government of Bpaln if further
Vhloaa-a Ural a Markat.
Chicago, April IB. Wheat May,
$1.09; July. 84?4G7.fl, Corn April,
Wie; July 30'G3cc. Oat April,
(traat Hrltala Vriaadlr.
London, April IB. Ambassador ay
that effort towards a naval demonstra
tion could not suooeed. Great Britain
having refused to Join such a movement
New York. April IS. Money on eall,
nominally, at 2 I per cent Prime mer
cantile paper fH4t.
THE ARMT TO ASSKMRLB.
All lha Batimaata ara Ordarad at Onea ta
tha aoatb.ra Uoaat.
Washington. April IB. An order will
b Itemed 1st to-day ordering the entire
regular army to assembl on th coast,
mostly In Florida.
Th order Issued at 4 o'clock this afte
noon directs to New Orleans the First,
Seventh, Klghth, Twelfth, Sixteenth,
Eighteenth, Twenty-third and Twenty
To Mobile th Second, Third, Tenth,
Eleventh, Nineteenth, Twentieth and
To Tampa the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth,
Ninth, Thirteenth, Heveuteeutli and
All light batteries and artillery regi
ments except ths Sixth and Seventh re
cently organized uuder act ot oougress,
to go to CblckamaiiKa.
OtUceis who will command will be
General Shafter at New Orleans; General
Copplnger at Mobile, Ala ; Oenertil Wale
at Tampa, and General Brooke at Chicks
Night Saaalua of Saaala.
Washington, April IB. Prospects ar
now that tliers will be no vote in the
senate to-day. Tliers will bs a night ses
sion, perhaps lasting Into the evening.
An attempt win ue maiie to reach an
agreement to vote to-morrow, but there
Is utile nope oi success.
WaHhtngton. April IB. Ths govern
ment has chartered ths steaniHtiips 8t
Paul, St. Louis, New York and Paris of
the American line.
CHtWINU TH K RAO.
Rouae Kavraeeatatlvee Trrlaa ta Biplala
tha Lata Dlacraoafol rrooaedlU(a.
Washington, April 15. Rising to a
personal explanation Bailey said the
speaker was responsible for the late
scene in tlis hou.te. Hot words passed
between him and DaltelK Pennsylvania),
who alleged tbat Bailey hail, as the
papsrs stated, lust Ills bead. Bailey re
sponded angrily that gentleman when
Insulted aud called liars were
charged with having lost their beads If
I bey resented It. He said be would In
finitely prefer to lose his head In reseut
ingan luxult than his self respect In
submitting to one. The democrats ap
Ths republicans broks Into cheers
when ths speaker with voles trembling
with suppressed emotion declared that
hs refused to enter Into a dlecueslon of
his course with Bailey. He scored Bailey
severely and said hs wis ready to rest
his JuHtlneattou npon ths iuilgireut of
tbiwe who witnessed It Bailey attempt
ed to reply but the regular order (th
private utile) was demauded.
Sllrar aaa Laaa.
New York. April 15. Silver. BT.e:
Lead, S. 60.
New York, April IB. Copper, HhiC.
Ara Van la lt
Have ynn a new Jeweled belt? It not.
why not? Perhaps yoir have not yet
seen ours. Do so at once.
John Pullur. division maeter mechanic
ot the Hants K Pacific at w lnslow, and
bis eltlcieut chief clerk, George Mont
gomery, have resigned their positions.
aud will leave WIuhIow, so it Is under
stood, for newer fields In a very short
Kmlliano Sandoval, the Cabexon gen
eral merchant aud stock raiser, Is In the
city to-day, to buy goods aud learn the
very latest news about ths trouble be
tween th tutted States aud Bpaiu.
This week' special sale at Golden Rule
Iry Goods company is silks, dress goods.
embroideries, Oxford shoe aud percales.
Th fluent line of "Monarch" and hlsh
grade fancy colored shirts in the city.
Our prlc. $1 aud il.aj. Hfeld Bros.
Man Who Hade the Mine vlnca
Which Exploded the Maine.
He Tells Bow the Mine was Placed
by Order of Weyler.
Tb Spanish Orrtctri Deliberately Blew
Cp th Battle Skip name.
Moor or winiri Tiittni wott.
Chicago, April IB.-The Tlmee-Uerald
says: Charles A. Crandall, alias Kman
nel Kscadaro, who acting under th per
sonal oners of Captain Gsueral Weyler,
planted th mine and torpedoes In the
harbor of Havana, has been run to earth
In Chicago. Three United State secret
service agent ar taking him to Wash
ington. He wa run down by a Cuban
Crandall says: "I am an American by
birth, and formerly lived la New York
City. I served In the United States navy
on tha cruiser San Francisco, whsr 1
ma i a study of mines and torpedoes.
"I went to Lima, Pern, where I entered
th employ ot Grace 3l Co., ot London,
in their nltr beds. Kiull L. Castillo,
agent ot the Spanish government In'
duced me to go to Cuba as an expert on
th coast defeus for General Weyler.
"I began laying tb mine and tor
pedo early In th spring of 18V6, On'
tshed abont a year later. My work was
performed at night In all seventeen
mine aud ten torpedoes wnr placed.
Th mine were mad In Knglaud, and
th torpedoes In Italy.
"When tha work was completed, I made
a chart showing the location of all mines
and torpedoes and submitted It to
"I wa then directed to place three
miuea and seven torpedo In th harbor
at Matauxas. This wa completed early
lst July. When I finished Weyler or
dered me to place an additional mine
near buoy No. 4, Havana, which mad a
complete chain ot mine about th har
bor. "Weyler asked me if It wer possible
for a ship to enter the harbor or leave
with tb chain ot torpedoes and mine
ther. I showed him my rough chart
and heespeolally directed several changes,
specially In the channel opposite th
"When my work wa don h handed
m a passiwrt to Key West and assured
m that I would not recelv pay until
th flrst mine or torpedo was used.
"I remained at Havana until February
10, when I went to Key West, where 1
stayed nntll March 3, on which date I
received my last Spanish gold from
"After the Main wa blown np I kpt
In biding with a eolored family near
Fort Taylor. A soon a I reoeived word
to skip I left a a stowaway on th flrst
steamer tor Miami.
Tb Main wa anchored at th (deni
es 1 buoy where Weyler ordered me to
place tb additional mine. From Miami
I weut to Nashville, where I reoeived the
following letter from Havana, dated
March 1, 1HU8:
Destroy all evidence. Go to New York.
Ticket for Loudon await you ther.
"This was from Weyler' long trusted
adjutant and spy, who executes all the
edict Issued by Weyler from Spain."
Crandall aver bs was directed to as
sume the name ot Kscadaro by Weyler.
Ue has several letters from Weyler re
garding his work and a military pass
from that otllcer, which he turned over
to the I nlted State secret service agent.
I'laaaaot Worda from Flaloal.
A handsome volume recently Issued by
ths well known publishers, U. Appleton
A Co., of New York, eouUius ths In
dorsement of many governors, senators,
and other well known people throughout
the country, and In connection with a
plen1ld half tone engraving of T. A.
Kiuical, of this city, quotes him as fol
lows: "I have Investigated ths scientific li
brary you ar low putting on the mar
ket In it you have certainly combined
the brightest gems ot scientific thought
In a way that will do the reading aud
thinking world good. The reading of
such works Is the medium through which
tb world will continually be benefited."
DOWN Oil TUB OLD
Farm place they used to maks pork aau
sags nut of purs pork seasoned with sage,
salt aud pepper. Our Farm Sausage In
made as they used to nmks sausage on
the Old Farm Place, with the original
country flavor preserved. If yon do not
like our Deerfoot Farm Rauxnge try our
Harrison brand; if yon don't like this try
our Kxoelslor brand; ons will surely
plea-e you. San Jobi Mahket.
A Woid.rlul Dlatrlnt.
James 1). Kakln, ths hustler of ths
wholesale and retail liquor firm of Me
llnl ft Kakln, returned from Bland, Co
ehltl district, yesterday afleriioou, driv
ing overland. He remained at Bland
A LONG WALK.
The avrraue man. who llvaa to ta alltv vtmr. nlri and aim la nut a urnfmialona tinlea-
Ulan, aula. lla,.MJU inilra In a litrtime. Mt
a alt la uien in the comtort it .uoulil t clatjvnda on where ha m'ta n!a aliiwa-
We iiinka It a bu.mcaa of elllna the nv lit kind of ahiM-a at lha r'ulil kind ot urti ra Wa
have ahorn fur cvriy .hoe purpiiaa They aia .lyli-.li. weaiahi and !"w prlred. K your Inns
aalk it will taka Irna ihora if you bay llitrin hci, bciauae each pan I ml. luaaer r.pca.lly if
they arc taiupcd "Hngrcs A Small."
CEO. G. CAINSLEY
long enough to e hi branch bnstn
start out well under th management ot
amas neeier, and slate that It bustn
keeps np ths "brardr will be all right
in a very snori ii .is. Mr. Kakln Is en
thiHlaetle over th tuture of ths Cochllt
district and says that Is to-day ths Klon
dike oi ine eoiunw u.
II. D. Becker and wife, of Inlets, ars
registered at ths Hotel Highland, where
they were assigned th bridal chamber
Mr. Becker Is tbs popular raneral mer
chant and Indian fader at th village of
isieia, ana yssierasr arieraoou. accom
panlsd by Mrs, Aluria Iimond,hs called at
ins i.eai a Venn MMhralW church par-
nonage, ou west I.sad avenue, and ths
two war united tn th holy bond of
matrimony by Be. A. C. welch, after
wnico iney wer irirea to th Hotel
Thi I'itimn iteid Its most slnrers
congratulations to tr. and Mr. Becker,
ami wiHnes inem rrraitn, happiness and
rol'NTAIN Ml HUSH TRIAL.
Mora Krldaara la tha OUbralod I
. ?raorf Vaaa.
.rcial lo the Cltlim.
Las ('nice, April 'J. Ths trial of th
Foiniuiii case wa resumed at 10 o'clock
this luot nlng. Jsme way land, ot la
but, wa called. A frw days prior to ths
murder h was at tt lav ranch near the
hit Sands, about thre oitlss West of
th Las Cruces road. Hs met Carr near
i hera on horseback t tnlug from th Dog
Dr. J. ii. Hlaslsr of Mescalero. saw
Koiintalu on Thursday, January 30, 18t3,
m his way boms trim Lincoln, aud h
.topped at hi boue over night Hs said
lis had secured In ' tuieut at Lincoln
-gainst the parties, and bad sulllclent
vldenc to send llr i to ths penitentiary
unless they mad a ay with him or bis
Itneases, snd ment'.med Les. Glllllaud,
VcNew and Carr a Among those Indict
ed, lis said h bad seen suspicious char
acter on tb road, but mentioned no
Adam J. Dieter, of Tularosa, said
Fountain stopped at his corral to feed
his bora about 10 o'clock on Friday.
Fountain said that Lieut Stottler, at th
Indian agency, had offered him an escort
and he seemed worried. Later one of bis
horses returned to Tuiarosa.
At II o'clock court adjourned nntll S p.
m. to await th jarrlvsl of Deputy Sheriff
A Lively aad irt.ieaaqaa kVana-Oood
Horeaa la -fea Main. .
Next Sunday will a gala day for th
city pleasure seekers, an far a th after
noon is concerned, t he management at
the fair grounds ha mails a special ar
rangemsut with the clerk of the weather,
and New Mexico ib-shlu will gladden
tha lively scene, wb .i i will bs presented
from t till B o'clock, when th Kaster
bonnet will vis In rjlendor with th
various bright hues of (lie racing silks.
Th trotting bnate will alternate with
th running rat, so tha. no delay will
occur, and on event will succeed an
other Ilk th somes of a brllllaut pano
Among olhr i"'r.it .t on Sunday,
tl a ber.nlltu! aiidtHnSlouaMy be4 lltt'e
filly, Kate Putnam, salted after th
actress of that name, and a stable com
panlon of Tommy lucker, will mak ber
racing debut with boy Jones In th
saddl in ths well-known red and blue
oops, it will be a nice question which
of the two 1 th best looking. Lookout
tor ner in me ursi running rao.
A gentleman, somewhat out ot breath.
ruiihed Into Thi Citizkn office last nlsht
ana stated that this paper bad made
mistake In Its Item about th entertain
ment at the Lutheran church Wednesday
night Us stated that Master Willi Me-
Clellan showed great talent by render
ing two mmcuii violin solo, and. after
onmpllmentlng this young musician,
also admitted that Master Bruno Dleck
man was equally as rood a a violin solo
ihi. uis- ueorgla Kellogg accompanied
useier n mis wet leiiiti on the piano.
while Mrs. Dr. Himo Officiated In the
same capacity for the rlslns; vouus
mustclaii from th Dleckman household.
I lie whole entertalumeul " continued
our Informant "was credit to Rev.
Kendrat, who is the pastor of the Luthe
ran church aud who wa really In charte
of the concert."
II. J. Kmerson, assistant cashier of the
Rank ot Commerce, is sick with a very
severe attack ot the Jaundice. Mr. Kmer
son Is a member of the National Guards
ot New Mexico, and some of tha boys ar
trying to maks ths people believe that he
is siva on account ot the approachlua
war with Siiain. The attending Dhvsi-
clan, however, states that he will have
Mr. Kmerson ready for army duty in a
very short time.
C. H. Young, ot Denver, division euner-
inteinlent ot tb Walls. Fariro Kx Drews
company at Denver, cam in from th
south last night and Is quartered at th
uoiei Highland. Mr. lountr is maklnir
an inspection tour of ths important ex
press otllcea In the southwest, and flu da
everything all right here uuder the man
agement ot Ageul W. F. Powari. Ha will
leave this evening tor Sauta Fe.
It. P. Brown, well-known Santa Fs Pa-
cltlo conductor between WIuhIow and
Sellgman, is here to enjoy a vacation of
two or three weeks. Dick, as he I fa
mllllarly called by his old time Albu
querque friends, looks the picture of per
fect health, aud reports himself prosper
American Brewing Company Bohe
mian, the finest pale beer on ths market:
clear, pale and sparkling. In quarts or
pints, at Lowenthal Jo Meyers', i l Kali
It you want to save from t'i to $19 on
your eprlne suit aud have ths ntcext Hue
In town to select from call on Haider
man, 213 south Second street.
Miss Minnls McCu. dautrhter of Mr.
and Mrs. M. MoCue, who was sick th
past few days, Is reported considerably
of lha way ha wtara almra Whatlici tin. lung
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MEN'S SHIRTS. jr
Men's Fancy Laundried Negligee Shirts in aU the popular tints in Figured,-!- f)
btnpcs and Plaids. These tre cheap at 7 sc. Haturday's Price.,.., IvUl
One Lot Men's Ties, Teck and Scirfs, in all the latent
evening wear. Worth up to 33c. Saturday's Price
These Prices Are for Saturday Only.
On and after May 1, 1898, we shall discontinue giving Tickets for
ll . a . a .
win piease cau 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 x to do so.
A word to the wise is 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.
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GOOD NEWS FOR ECONOMICAL SHOPPERS !
Last week we had a sale on Catton Goods and same proved a big
success. This week wo will give you special in the following:
ANOTHER SPECIAL IN OUR COTTON GOODS DEPARTMENT.
IK. dozen Ludli'M' Klblx'd Vent, Nicely Taped 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 fromsbeing on display, etc., will be
sold at greatly reduced prices.
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Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque,
THE I1E8T LIGHTED STORE IN
Special on Summer Corsets
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No. 15 J Summer Corset. $ hook, regular 50c value, only 39j
No. 156 Summer Corset, 5 or 6 hook, made with fine netting, ouly. fiDc
No. 317 Summer Corset,4 or 5 hook, made of imported netting, only.f 1.25
No. 667 Summer Corset, 4 or 5 hook, made of imported Batiste. . . MS
A new Summer Bicycle waist, made by Ferris Bros., the newest
corset out for summer bicycling and athletic sports 1.25
An Oihl Lot of CorHets By Odd Lots we mean a few of various
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 75 Cent
BEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
Babies' Hoods and Bonnets from 15o each up.
Babies' silk, henrietta and cashmere jackets from SOo up
Babies' long white dresses and christening robes fron
Babies' short white dresses from 25c and up.
Babies' Lawn Guimps from 5Uo and up.
Agents for Batter
lck's Patterns and
Dr. Jaeger's Underwear.
of tlio Week. Why?
shades for street and
Premiums. Those having tickets
Day as Received.