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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 21, 1898.
SHOT AND SHELL
Minister Woodford Given His Pass
ports and Leaves Madrid.
SPANISH FLEET LEAVES
Madrid, April 21.-11:18 a. m. The nl
ttmatam of the United Btato was re
called early this morales: la English.
The Spanish (oTernment Immediately
broke off diplomatic relatloos with the
United State, notifying the United
Btat minister before he wae able to
present a note.
Illnlxter Woodford Inltm Madrid Ibis
Havana, April 81. At the tbeatree laat
night the audience made bellicose dem
onstrations against the United Htates.
HOT AMD IHIIL,
Thl. Will Ba Spala-a B.plr ta the U a I tad
New York, April 21. A dispatch to the
Herald from Wa-hlugtoo says: Spain's
answer to President McKlnley'a ulti
matum may take the form of shot and
shell. Her formidable fleet, whlon has
been mobilising at Cape Verde Islands
for some days, sailed on Wednesday tor
an unknown destination.
It la conceded highly probable that tlie
fleet will hasten across the ocean to Porto
Rico and Cuba to prevent by force the
ousting of the natal and military forces
of the Spanish government.
On the other hand. It Is possible that
the ships hare gone to the Canary
Su ham at ion far Spain.
Paris, April SI. A national subscrip
tion has been opened here In behalf of
the Spanish government and la meeting
with prompt and fleetly support The
sum of $50,000 baa already been received
in subscriptions at the Spanish embassy.
LET TBS CANNON SPEAK.
Ulplumatle Relatloa. With Spots An M
Washington, April 21. Woodford ca
bles that be received his passports and
that diplomatic relations are at an end.
Woodford said the passports were given
before he could present the ultimatum.
The president la conferring with sena
torial leaders, mapping out the policy of
the Lulled States.
The White Mouse conference ended at
10:30 a. m.
Seuator Davis said, "We've taken the
Assistant Secretary Day said, "A state
ment will be given out later."
New Po.tma.lar Oeaeral.
Washington, April II. The president
nominated Charles Kmory Smith, of
Pennsylvania, postmaster general, vice
James Gary, resigned on account of 111
AMERICANS AT MANTANIAS.
Thar Will At Oaea Ba Frataotaa
Washington, April 21. The house
adopted resolutions calling for all cor
respondence with General Lee and for
Information as to ths steps taken to pro
tect the three hundred American citizens
left at Uatantas by Consul Brioe.
Representative Adams said that warn
ings were given to all Americans in Cuba
to get out but that tew heeded them.
British consuls would guard them.
Spanish Coa.alata Cloeed.
New York, April 21. The Spanish con
sulate in this city was closed and affairs
wers formally turned over to the French
consul general to-day.
Washington, April 21. It Is believed
that Great Britain and other nations
will Insist that Spain shall prohibit pri
Cabln.t la Saealon.
Washington, April 81. A special meet
ing of the cabinet has been called for
Waal (a Caaade,
Buffalo, N. V., AprU 21. Senor Polo y
Bernabe crossed the suspension bridge
into Canada at 13m
ldln 1 or lain sr.
Rush Springs, I. T, April 21. Rumors
or an inaian uprising near Fort Sill by
Geronlmo and bis Apache band has
Hamilton 17-Jowel Railroad Watchea (32.50
Elgin Sl-Jewel Railroad Watchea $28.00
These are adjusted and rated in three
Bllverlne screw bevel eases. W guarantee
Leading Jeweler, R. R. Ave.. Albuquerque. N. M.
Watch Inspector for Santa t Railroad. W make a specialty of Watches for Rail.
CAPE VERDE ISLANDS.
caused the return of one troop of cavalry
which reached Bush Springs on Its way
to New Orleans. It is said that the Indi
ans have fallen ont among themselves.
Ooa Carlaa Mar ril.
Brussels, April 31. Don Carlos says
that when the first gnn Is fired that he
will give proof he Is a "patriot before
being a pretender."
Rloekade af Cab.
Washington. April 21,-Tliere Is good
reason to believe that both the flying
squadron and the Key West squadron
will blockade Cuba.
Via! Baa Mat Narad,
Washington, April 11. Dispatches re
ceived at the White House np to noon
show that the Spanish fleet has not moved
from Cape Terde Islands.
Vlrtaal Uaclaratlaa at War,
Madrid, April 21. Spain's action to
day Is considered a virtual declaration of
war. Hostilities may begin Immedia
Eilata May ba laaaad.
Washington, April 21. The president,
senators say, has not Indicated that a
declaration of war Is necessary and sen
ators have advised him against one.
Several senator have advised a man
ifesto to ths powers that a state of war
War la Central Am.rioa.
Managua, Nicaragua. April 31. Peace
negotiations between Nicaragua and
Costaltloo have failed. War Is Drobable.
The two armies are facing each other
near the frontier, nearly halt a mile
Wothlna; of Rpaalal Importanoa Traaaaotad
Washington. April 21. The bouse
committee on foreign affairs met In spec
ial seeston to-day, bnt did not consider
any declaration of war.
Resolutions of Inquiry were favorably
acted upon, Including that of Mr. Ma
hany, asking the state department for
Information concerning American eltl
tens In Mantaniaa. A bill to restore eit
Itenshlp to Mrs. Sartorls, formerly Miss
Nellie Grant, waa ordered favorably re
ported. ILICTION CONTIdT.
The house epeut the afternoon consid
ering the Patterson Carmack contest
from Memphis, Teun, district. The pre
liminary vote were very close.
K.port Nat Conflrmad.
Washington, April 21. It is reported
that orders also bavs been given to the
flying squadron to sail, but eonurmatlon
Is not yet obtainable.
Madrid, AprU 11,(30 p. m.-Oeneral
nooaiora uas len uadrid. Tbers Is a
great demonstration at the station.
call rua moors.
The Pra.ld.nt Will Call Out Oaa Bondrad
Washington, April 21. Troops will
co-operate with the navy as soon as they
ean be concentrated. Ten days, It Is ex
pected, will be necessary to concentrate
troops at Key West. As soon as congress
passes ths arm v bill the oresldent will
call for 100,000 men. Eighty thousand
will aid the regulars In Cuban oDera
tlons. Twenty thousand will man the
sea coast artillery.
Nothing yet la ascertainable regarding
the flying squadron.
laturg-anta luroM to Confer.
Havana, April 21. It Is understood
that the Insurgents havs refused to con
fer with a delegation of the colonial gov
ernment. SpauUh rioat.
London, April 21. A dispatch pub
lished this afternoon, says: Ths Span
ish fleet was still at Cape Verde Islands
at noon to-day."
London, April 21. The statement In
parliament that the United States will
positions, and are cased In open-face
them to pass Inspection or refund money
adhere to the treaty of Paris regarding
neutral vessel was cheered. No answer
has been received from Spain.
Little Rhxly la Warlike.
Providence, K. 1 , April 21. The gen
eral assembly to-day unanimously adopt
ed a resolution apprnptlatlug IjJ.OUO for
Washington, April 21. Uale said he
would allow the naval bill to be tempo
rarily laid aside to eouslder the volunteer
Will Walt fur Army.
Washington, April ill. Luless Spain's
fleet makes It necessary our fleets will
not niuve on Cuba until ths army Is
Woodford Baa Left Madrid.
Washington, April Ui. Minister Wood
ford left Madrid at 4 o'clock this morn
WashiLgton Bulletin, April 21. The
north Allautic squa lron has sailed from
Key rYenl for Havana.
The squadrou will blockade Havana
Hie decision to send the fleet was
readied at a cabiuet meeting this after
noon and was guarded as clne-ly as turn
slble. Hurried orders were dlnpatched
to u.e neet to estaMisn a blttttade at en
trance to Havana harbor.
Later the fleet will be supported by
trot pa, who will be dispatched to Culm as
soon as. In the opinion of the prealileut,
il is po-sioie to use them advantageously
In the occupation of the Islands.
War Darlaratlaa Neoe ai y.
Wsshlnston. AdMI 21. Some members
of the senate committee on foreign rela
tions said that a declaration of war
would be necessarv as soon as hostilities
begin to Oi the status of combatants and
preserve neutral regulations.
raa.ylaala National Onard.
Philadelphia. April 21. It Is stated
orders will be Issued to night calling on
the Pennsylvania National Guard to
mobllis at Mount flretna, Ha., near lh
anon. . Mne thousand member of the
ganrd will be under canvas by Saturday
IrlannMlaaj War Meaaaree.
Washington, April 21. Ths cabinet
meeting this afternoon discussed ques
tions which involve almost Immediate
hostilities. It Is unlikely that any for
mal declaration of war will be made at
Logan to Bala n K.clm.nt.
Chicago, April 21. John A. Logan, Jr.,
has received from the war department
authority to recruit a regiment of 1,300
men tor light cavalry service.
Washington, April 21. The coal em
bargo Joint resolution passed the senate
without division. It authorises the
president to lay or raise the embargo.
Washington, April 21. Walker (re
publican, Virginia) objected to consider
ation of the bill to prohibit the exporta
tion of oosl.
War Kevaane Hill.
Washington, April 21. The war rev
enue bill will be reported In full coin
nilttee of ways and means on Saturday.
Boston, April 21. Governor Wolcotl
has Iseiied orders to raise the Massachu
setts militia to war footing at once.
Washington. April 21. The senate has
passed the sundry civil bill and taken up
the naval appropriation bill.
Fleet at Anchor.
Fort Monroe, Va April 21. No orders
have been given nut. Kverythtug quiet
here. Fleet at anchor.
Washington. April 21. Senator Wal
tham, of Mississippi, Is dying.
BEN1T0R WALT HILL DEAD.
Senator Walthall died at 5:30 p. m.
POLICE CUt KT NEWS.
Da Mara rural.liM 1111 Hoard Dill
Janupar (fata luto Troahla.
Artls De Mars, arrested on the charge
of removing mortgsged property, gave
bail to day for his appearance at the
trial ot the case before Justice Crawford.
The bond wai tor f'iSO and llubb Leeds
was ths surety. Ihe case will come to
trial as soon as the attorneys for the op-
Cm lug sides can agree upon a time,
istrict Attorney Finical, who is to pros
ecute the case, is out of the city at pres
ent. J. M. King, who was arrested on the
charge of defrauding ths Kuoy house out
of a board bill, was fouud guilty and
sentenced to thirty days In the county
Heferino Garcia, who broke a window
bIh-w at Meiiul & Kakiu's last night
while on a drunken carouse, was fined 10
by Justice Crawford to-day and on de
fault ot the tine will work ou the street
gang for the next ten days.
Kd. Wilson. Dau Kelly and John
Laughlln, arrested as vags, were marched
out or the city hy Marshal roruoti.
William Jordan, a sick mau who was
lodged at the citv building last night,
set out for his destination iu Oklahoma
Although the windiest day of the season,
a nuiutHr of nlHinigulniitol visitors greet
ed Hon. W. 11 Poue as he stepped upou
the University platform this morning.
1 lie lecture was a scholarly, yet pranti
eat review of the natural and statutory
lluiltatious imposed upon the original
credibility of teslimouy. Confldeuce as
the baste of all public as well as private
relation was aHsutuea as me riiuim
tlou and the speaker showed the effect of
ami the ueceesily tor the laws ot p re
sumptions and spoke of the various
classes of evidence. Illustrating from the
history of ease. He took hlgli ground
for the dignity and Integrity of the pro
fession, and, lu eloe.li g, spoke a tew
words of eucouragHiuent respecting the
University, to which he promised the
support of the legal profession and the
peooie or eania re. me lecture was
listened to with marked attention and
will form a text for the work In the law
course and a fitting Introduction to the
lecture that are to follow. The neit of
the series is the lecture by Hon. K. W. D.
hryan, ou commercial coutracts, ou
T. J. Helm, who was here yesterday In
tervlewlng our merchants, returned to
Hants re last night, lie is the general
agent of the Denver A Klo U ramie rail
11. F. McKarlane, the Chicago gentle
man Interested In thel'ot'hitl mining dis
trict, la stoppiug at Hturgea' Kuropeau.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Lane's little grand
daughter, Mary Keyuolds, returned to
her parents at Wluslow last night.
Ice cream freezers. Donatio Hard
THE ULTIMATUll !
Text of Demand Made Upon
Senate Will Pass the House Bill la-
creasing the Army.
Authorities at Withlngtoa Actively Pre
paring tor ths War.
auiicai caainiT a susios.
Washington, April 21. The following
statement of ths text of the nltimatnm
to Spaiu was Issued to-day:
Yesterday, April 20. 18!8, about 11
o'clock the department of state served
notice of the purpose of this govern
ment by delivering to Minister Polo a
copy of the Instruction to Minister Wood
ford and also a copy ot the resolutions
passed by the congress of the United
States on the IWth Instant. After the re
ceipt ot this uotlce the Spanish minister
forwarded to the state department a re
quest for his passports, which were fur
nished him yesterday afternoon.
A copy of the Instructions to Woodford
Is herewith append)!.
The United States minister at Madrid
was, at the same time. Instructed U
make like communication to the govern
ment of Spain.
This morning the department receiver
from Ueneral Woodford, a telegram, a
copy of which la hereunto attached, stat
ing that the Spanish government has
broken off diplomatic relations with this
This course renders unnecessary any
further diplomatic action on ths part of
the United Bute.
To. Woodford, Mlol.ter, Madrid:
Washington, April iJ, 1818. Ton have
been furnished with a text ot the Joint
t-esolntlou voted by the congress ot the
United State on the 19th Instant, ap
proved to-day, In relation to the pacifica
tion ot the Island of Cuba, In obedience
to that act, the president direct you to
Immediately communicate to the govern
ment of Spain the said resolution, with
formal demand on the government ot
Spain to at ouce relinquish Its authority
and government In the Island of Caba
and withdraw It land and naval forces
from Cuba aud Cuban waters. In tak
ing this step ths United Slate here
by disclaims any disposition or Intention
to exercise sovereignty or Jurisdiction
or control over ths island, except for
pacification thereof and asserts Its deter
mination, when It Is accomplished, to
leave the government and control ot the
Island to Its people nnder such tree and
Independent governmeut as they may
establish. If, by the hour of noon on
Saturday next, the 23d day of April, In
stant, there be not communicated to this
government by the government ot Spain
a full and satisfactory response to this
demand aud resolution whereby the ends
of peace In Cuba shall be assured, the
president will proceed without further
uotlce to use the power and authority
enjoined and conferred upon blin by
said Jolut resolution, to such extent as
may be necessary to carry same Into
effect. (Signed) ''SHEkHAN."
Telegram, Madrid, April 21, lHH (re
ceived W.-02 a. m.). Sherman, Washing
ton. Karly this (Thursday) morning,
Immediately after the receipt ot your
telegram aud before I communicated
same to the Hpaulsh government, the
dpauish miuister ot foreign affairs noti
fied me that the diplomatic relations
were broken between the two countries
and all official communication between
their respective representative had
ceased. I accordingly asked for safe pass
ports. I will turu the legation over to
the British embassy and leave tor Paris
this afternoon. (Signed) Wooioohd.
Tore Mown tha Via.
London, April 21. Mall advice from
the liraud Canary Islands, dated April 12,
says that It was reported there that the
stars and stripes had been torn down
from the American cousulate by the rab
ble aud trampled upou.
Washington, April 21. Gen. Miles said
to-day that as far as he knew now, the
army headquarters would remain at
Voluntaar Army Hill,
Washington, April 21. Seuator Haw
ley has called up the volunteer bill.
llMtlualloa or tba Hpaal.b Cleat.
Washington, April 21. The navv de
partnieuf received a cablegram from
Every .(rptakrn In ihor i hat it not mile
Muc-h money anu i.in mut ba taken with the
i luKtrn a tin uie
Iu. Mild that
limie upon n ui ue juni riyut. u i tuna thai ruisrte A hiiuth huve cue ot the tliio.t cull. c
tums of laat. lu the country. Ihl. lathe Hi in ol whuti (inveinor Finiine. of Muhivau, la a
member. Integrity ami contciriitioiiaiitw are the char;1cteriftu. uf the .hoe. they make They
aie always tale hne. to buy. WK HAVt 1 Hfe UtsT LINK Or Mb.Vtf UllVtH IN THS
CITY, stb UL K St oo bHOLS.
GEO. G. GAINSLEY
Mt.ll, VMIan) 4.1 Vlt
Madrid saying It Is reported there that
the Spanish sqaadron at Cap Terde
Islands left there last night, destination
Washington, April 21. Mr. Money
(Miss.), In the senate, speaking ot ths
fact that there would be no privateering
by ths Culled male in the war with
Spain, mid Ihe matter ot deciding such
a quesilou was entirely In the bauds of
Hoar gars notice that be would insist
that an aucn in ncuhsIoiis shall be In ex
Tba Army Hill.
Washington. Ar.rll CI. Tha aanaia
committee on military attaint to day be
gau lu eotistd ra'ioii ol the Vol no leer
army bill passed ty the house yesterday.
Au eoirt will prolahly be wade to pass
it to tlay.
1 be senate Cviia'alttee on military af
fairs lias aulhoiiriMt a favorable report
on ths volunteers army bill with gen
1 ha ni.Ml luithiriant amendment it.
gesUd by Hie sviinle military Cooinillte
to the volunteer btmy bill is one reduc
ing the time of eulistmeul of the mem
bers of the uailouai guard, where the
guard ot each elate enlist In a body,
t r. m three Mtra in ,, Ba Tt. l
change was mad because of the belief
timt in national guard of many state
would go as a eo-ty lor one year but not
w iisi- rteip.
The volunteer bill fnr firinna trnnna
passed the senate
panhb riaat Comla.
Madrid. Aorll 21. A seml-ofllcial note.
Just Issued, says that ths Spanish gov
ernment consider the ultimatum of the
I'nlted States constitutes a declaration
A semi olhVlal not adds thst the Span
ish fleet Is already on tha way to meet
ths fleet of tbs I'ulted Stales,
Ohleaaa ataaa Mai bet.
Chicago. April Jl. Cattle Receipts,
J.oou; mark"! steady.
Reeves $30,1140.30; cows and heifers,
2 2A(t4.0O; lexsa steers, fJUO.&O;
lockers and filers, S:t 70ut.u.
Sheep Receipts, H.iMi; market steady
Native ahaet. ft.'l 9Tuit4 ATif waatarna
$3.7iy(4.(JO; la iba, $406.50.
laeoute Tai Provision.
Washington. Aorll 81. Reureeentatlve
Bayers, ( lex) leader of the minority ot
the house committee on appropriation,
to-day Introduced a bill liiiposlug and
providing tor ths collection of a tax ou
1 port af Coal froblltltad.
Washlugtont Aorll 21. Ths senate
Joint resolution authorizing the president
to prohibit 11 export ot aU nntil
otherwise ordered was passed by the
bouse at 8:80 p. m.
Spanish Sblp Slfbtad.
Port an Pines. Haytl, April 21. A
Spanish warship was sighted yesterday
to the south wrud ot Jamaica.
Cblaace Oral a Mar bat.
Chicago, Ai'rtl 21. Wheat May,
LIS; J i' IM. Corn AnrlL $me:
July, 8i M.i.9. Oata-AprlL 7intJ
a74e; July, 24 So. .
New fork, April 21. Money on call,
nominally at W3 per cent. Prime
mercantile paper oHfcl.
New York, April 21. Copper, llc
New Tork. April 21. Silver. Mc;
FIRST MKSSAOfc VaoM HLAMO.
Tba Cltlsea Honored Wltb tba tint Wire
Maw. from tlie Corhllla,
Special to The Cltlten.
Bland, N. M.. April 2l.-Flrst message.
Hurrah tor Bland.
(iui.iiaN Hum Dht Qouim Co.
Notk. Sluee the above dispatch was
received bv Thi Citiin, half a doxn
merchants nave also been In communi
cation with Blaud by wire.
Hucceas to the Albuquerque-Bland Tel
egraph & Telephone company, aud also
success to Blaud aud the Cochltl mining
War an Uold Aronua.
This afternoon at 8:0 o'clock, ths
team of horses ot Orrlu Oxendlue de
clared war for a few minute on
Uold aveuue. A stove aud some other
household utensils were loaded Into the
Oiendtue wagon, and the driver started
to drive east ou Uold avenue, when the
horses commenced to ruu away. The
frightened animals ran Into the delivery
wagou aud horse of D. Welller ft Co- In
front of the latter' store, aud did some
lamage by tipping over the
neiiier wagon, scattering some
groceries that had beeu nut ud for de
livery. Iu the collision the Oxendln
wagou went over on Its side and the
speed of the horses was somewhat slack
ened, they declaring themselves uuabla
to continue hostilities and came to a halt
in trout ot "ihe bee Hive" store.
Kteven riU s, 22 and 28 caliber.
Shotguns and ammunition.
Lionahok Hahdwari Co.
Just received, a carload
of UMi' Ale and (Juinness'
Stout' at Lowenthal &
Columbia and Hartford bicycles at all
prices troui $io up. lluhn & Co.
right due. you harm.
Tlx fault li In the U.t
iat lo imve u )uat nil lit
finsrre Ai Sinilh liuve
lant id have it mat nslit, alter hu h ev.ry In..
liter w hu h evary .hot
iv of the fluawt cullec
Kehable Slioa Dealer,
122 6. Second St.
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We Never Take a Back Step.
That means something; neither
wura. max tenas to Dring tm ore closer to thote who buy
experience hereafter in trjing other stores will
For Men. Women and friiMron All it,-
latest styles of Sailors. Walk!
Sombreroa in Straw, for Ladies
and the newest shape hats with
bands for gentlemen. You will
We can show you Skirta in
and Novelty Brocat'ea for less
can buy material, also full line of Linen, Duck,
Pique and Grass Cloth Skirta for Summer wear.
It don't nay to have tht m made ur when we can
sell iut h nicely made Skirta for
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Cycle or Nursing Corset, and at
One lot, worth 50c, for So
One lot, worth 75c, for .'."!!.'.!". " 8O0
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One lot, worth $1.35, for i !$1.00
One lot Nursing Corsets, worth $a.oo, for .'.'.'.'i.'!.'.'."! 1.45
These Prices for this week only.
On and after May 1, 1898, we shall dis:ontinue giving Tickets for
wiu piease can ana 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
Furniture and Carpets.
All Pattern 10c and 15c
Weaves, worth 75c and up, wo will make and fit a Skirt to
your order, the total cost of which will bo less than a ready
Select a Novelty in either Colored or Black Dress Stuffs
from our stock, worth from 75c up to the best in our Dress
Goods Department, and wo will charge you for making and
Finding only $2.00. (Wo do not mean Plain Weav.-s.)
And of Course the Material of Your Selection Extra
At this price for making and findings, 2.00. We cannot make
up goods that have been bought of us before. Wo mean only
such goods as aro bought of us during this Salo of Black and
Colored Novelty Weaves, worth 75c and upward.
The Lining will be Percaline or Silesia with Velveteen Binding and the Skirt
will be made perfectly plain and by one of the best dressmakeis in town.
II I ST
are we satisfied with standing ft
nrr Itata onrl
plain and fancy
find our pricea
monev than vou
so little money.
all prices, from the modest sum of
and Careful Attention Given to Mail Orders.
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If you will select
of either Colored
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Ick'g. Tatterns and
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ill. There is a force conatantly at
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tell you what it la.
Don't wait until all the pretty ones are picked
over. Come and see us this week, no matter
what kind of Parasol you want. We have them,
all styles and prices, in plain and fancy-colored
Plaids, Stripes and Chiffon trimmed. Ladies'
Sun Umbrellas in those beautiful changeable
effects, with Dresden and natural wosd handles,
covers to match, at from $2.50 to f 3.0O.
" SPRING WRAPS.
Another lot of Ladies' Soring Capes and
Jackets, in black and colors; plain, braided and
Chiffon trimmed. All the newest effects. SEE
33c to the finest French Corset.
Premiums. Those having tickets
Shades and Curtains.
Day as Received.
material for a skirt
or Black Novelty