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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 25, 1898.
UNITED STATES ARMINQ THE CUBANS.
New York, April 26. Bine the war
with Spain began, ths Doltsd BUtM
naval tore bars Mtablliihfd a strict
blockade of tha Cuban porta and captured
ulna Spanlnh Temela. Tha prlies ara tha
steamers Buena Ventura, Pedro, Miguel
Jorer, Catallna, Baturnlna, theaehoonera
Mathilda, and tha Candldla An ton la
Spain baa mad. no aeliurea of American
vtmels, ao far aa known.
The firing equadroQ remain at Hamp
ton road, eieept tha lilnneapdia and
Columbia, which have gone to aea on a
mlwlon known only to the naval author
ities CABLB CUT.
I.laad mt Coba Cat Off From th. OoUld.
Tampa, Fla, April 25.-The United
Htatra baa cut the Havana cable, ten
mllMOUtof Havana. The southern end
of the cable la now on the Mangrove,
recently converted Into an auxiliary
eraleer. This give the United State
government exoluoive um of the cable
and entirely cute General Blanco off
from communication with Spain, a tha
insurgent are between him and th
other cable porta.
CAUL TO JAMAICA.
It la Intended, aa soon aa th blockade
ofClenfugii la established, to cut the
cable to Jamaica, thus entirely severing
telegraphic communication between Cu
ba and th outatd world, aioeptsoch
matter aa la sent through tha United
BARD TO GIT NEWS.
Orders hare been liwued by th navy
department to prevent newspaper boata
from following the fleet, thus doubling
the difficulty to obtain accurate informa
tion, as well aa greatly delaying It.
To be Appoliu4 LI.iuaiilC.laHL
VtAMhlngUin. April 25. Theodor
Koosevelt will be appointed lieutenant
colonel of a regiment he will .-alas.
BILLS ALL H1UBT.
Army iU-tnulullfi Hi Voluataar
Army Hill. Abaat Cnwt.
Washington, April 35. Th senate
Committee on military affairs decided on
favorable report on the army reorgani
sation bill with few amendments.
The committee decided that there were
nodefrcta In th volunteer army bill,
such as require its amendment.
1'r.para Uaclaratloa of War.
n aehlngton, Aprlt 36. Th senat
committee on foreign relations met to
prepare th declaration of war. Tha
president will send a massage to congress
ou the subject.
M EN FOR TH K M A V Y.
S.ral Million. Appropriated ror M.a
for tha Mhlpa,
Washington, April 85. An amendment
baa been adopted to the naval bill appro
priating H,830.000 to enable the secre
tary of tbe navy to enlist men for the
navy during th existing war. Tha naval
appropriation bill has passed tha senate.
Beuator Haw ley called np tha army re
Washington, April 25. In tha house
the message was referred to the foreign
affair committee; in the senate to th
committee on foreign relations.
Ha Will Aoe.pt.
Canton, Ohio, April 25. Judge Day
will accept th posltiou of secretary of
statu if nominated by th president and
confirmed by tbe senate.
London, April 25. A special from
Cape Verde Islands, says: "It la believed
tbe Spanish fleet will tall to-day."
Spala Ha. Mot Agrd U BaaoloUoa ta
Mel Um Frlralaara,
London, April 25. With reference to
Spain's declaration ou th subject of pri
vateering, Issued from Madrid yesterday,
the British foreign officials point out that
tha resolutions announced by the United
Hamilton 17-Jwl Railroad Watches $92.50
Elgin 21-Jewal Railroad Watches $28.00
Then are adjusted and rated in three positions, and are cased In open-face
811verin screw bevel ease. W guarantee them to pas Inspection or refund money
Loading Jowolor, R. R. Ato Albaquorqno. N. M.
Wat ah Inspector for BanU F Railroad. W make a specialty of Watches for Rail-
Cut Ten Miles Out
State on ths subject were taken without
reference to any policy that Spain might
adopt. Therefore, It Is not expected that
Spain's Intention will affect th decision
promulgated by th United Bute.
AMINO THE CUBANS.
Thlrty've Thoaaaad) Iaaarcaata to Ba
Araaad by L'aole Sam.
Washington, April 35. Th govern
ment of th United Bute Is preparing
to land rrom 25,000 to 80.000 stand of Im
proved Springfield rifle, artillery bat
teries, rapid fire llaxlm gnns and abun
dance of ammunition.
When the time arrive for 35,000 armed
Cubans to co-operate with the American
forces, they will be thoroughly armed
Army Ke-oraaal.atloa BUI.
Washington, April 36. The senate
committee on military affairs met to-day
to consider the army re-organltatlon bill,
and decide whether th volunteer army
bill require to be amended.
Washington, April 25. Th foreign
relations committee will report a declar
ation of war this afternoon.
Hoaaa far Paaae.
Paris, April 25. It is announced that
th queen regent still hopes for peaceful
St. Vincent, Cnp Verde Islands, April
26. The Spanish fleet Is still here.
riRKT SPANISH SHOT.
rtnt Shot rirad by Spala at Halted State,
Key Weet, April 25. The first Spanish
shots fired at the American flag, war di
rected against the torpedo boat Foot,
on Saturday evening, while sh was tak
ing ths soundings of Matanta harbor.
Newport, B I April 25. Tha United
State, ship Columbia passed Kort Adams
at 11 a. m. bound In.
Spaa lab aad Amarloaa War Ship. Maat
Laara HrttUh Port..
London, April 25. Th British admi
ral commanding at Quaenstown ordered
th Spanish torpedo boat, the Audac, to
quit th port before six o'clock this morn
ing. She still lacks considerable quan
tities of war equipment.
The foreign office expect to publish
to-morrow evening a formal notice that
all warships of th belligerent roust
leave British port within twenty four
Seeretary Joha Iharmaa Head, la HI.
Waeblngton. April 25 The cabinet la
holding a special meeting, probably to
consider a message to eonarreea recom
mending a war declaration.
Secretary Sherman carried bis resigna
tion to ths meetlno- It tulru afTr .,
the close of to-day.
THAt VOLl NTECHS.
UoT.ruur. to Ba Natlflad of Troop, to Bo
Washington. April 20. Th war de
partment this afternoon will notify the
state and territorial lovernors of the
quota of troops they are ei pec ted to fur-
nun ana me point of assemblage.
slay ba a KavolaUoa la Spala.
Madrid, April 25. About 20.000 reonb-
Ueana have signed an address to Senor
Castelar, under ths pretext of con gratu
latlng him upon his recovery from Ill
ness, but In reality offering him support
u n proclaims a republic
Kaal.aalloo of MooM.alt.
Washington. April 25. Tbeo. Roose
velt baa resigned aa assistant secretary
of the navy, to take effect at the presi
dent's convenience after commencement
of military operations,
Ha. H.tora.d Pram lllaod.
Deputy Sheriff Kd. Newcomer, who waa
at Bland on legal buslnesa several days
of last week, returned to the city last
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night, accompanied by that genial den
list, Ir. W. K. Macbeth. The deputy
sheriff states that the item published in
Tbr Citirn last Friday afternoon, en
titled "Lost In the Corhltis," had refer
ence to the dentist, but that the article
was somewhat magnlded. "Th doctor,'
stated Mr. Newcomer, "wandered away
from his room for the purpose of viewing
a deep canyon sunset, and. In his absent'
mtndedneaa, found hlmelf lost and
standing on i dangerous precipice. The
night was Inky black, and th doctor sat
on a rock to moan his fate, when all of
a sudden be discerned a dim light behind
a colored window shade, and Joyously re
marked, 'I am saved.' The lautern
brigade then returned to Bland.
t'SIIKa SEALED ORDER.
Twe Paat Staam.r. Will Mara Oat Ar-
tar tha Ra.aty.
New York, April 25. Th American
line steamers, ht Louis and New York
(now U. . 8 Harvard), ar being coaled
to day. Kvery Inch of space nsually used
ror rretgrii is reing Ulleil. Ihey are un
der sealed orders to sail anil nothing
aennue can De learned as to their dealt-
Chloaco Mtoca Ma. hot.
Chicago, April 35. -Tattle Receipts,
li.biiu; niarti, etrong to lue higher.
Beeves t'i tsWu.25: cows and heifer.
2.itt4.W; Texas steers. fjU64.00;
storkers and feeders, :t 70it4.iu.
Hheep- Receipts, H.OUO; market strong,
to loc higher.
Native sheep, 3.2T4.70; westerns.
ej.7jt4.oo; lauina, iiigo.no.
Tas Law auatalaad,
Washington. April 25. A decision was
rendered by the totted 8 la tee supreme
court to-day In tiie Illinois inheritance
tax case,sustalulng the law.
Baraad ta IMatk
Ragle River, Wis, April 25. Lake
Laura, a summer resort owned by Peter
Stein on Lake Laura, burned last nlirht
Ith all the adjacent eottairea. Mrs
Hleio and three children were burned to
I ! ti Iran, t.rmla Ma.h.t
rhlcogo. April 25. Wheat May
SI 1U4' Jul. tWlA Ca,!! Inrll 111 m
July. a-ic, 'oala-Aprll, 2V4e;' July,'
Cavalry fram N.w Mails.
Waehlugton, April 25. The Quota ol
troops to be called from New Mexico it
four troop of cavalry.
New York, April 26. Money on call.
nominally at sets per oenl. frlme mer
canine paper, ot7.
New Tors, April 23. Bllver, Sa'.c;
New York, April St. Copper, llc
A BPRINO KACIXO POINT.
Horaomoa Prodlot oh a Patara far lb.
Oily of Alboqaantaa,
"Yes," said visltiug h'irseman this
morinug. "roue cltr. from lis locatlou
and climate, ought to be one of tbe gieai
spring racing point of this continent.
You have all the advautagee and could
get hundreds of horses to winter here and
race early In the spring, when it Un I
posriible In most other ulacea. You can
see that by the way borsemeu are draw
ing in now lor your May meet lug, when
the Utile bit of money you are banging
up for purse wouldu t bring twenty
horses In any other place or later In tbe
year. Advenise you? Well, I should say
so! All the spring race meets of any ac
count are mighty few, and 1 wouldu't
give one good one for all the fairs you
could give here for a hundred years.
lou re going w nave a good one nere this
May aud vou people are irolna at It in the
This morning ths city was startled bv
rumors, thick and fust, that Hon. Solo
mou Luua had been shot and killed at
his ranch near Mugdaleua.
uue report Had it Hint one. Manuel
Aragon, had rode into Lo Luua-i aud
reported the news of the killing of Mr.
Tur Citizkn Immediately wired to Los
Luuas, and feliuon Neustadt and Leon
Uerttog telegrsiilied back: "No one
knows auytbuig atiout the murder here."
This paper then wired to Laguna tills
afternoou, as the reported place of kiitlnc
hsd shifted from fie rauchtoa place
near Laguna, ana a telegram waa re
ceived from that station a follows:
"Haven't heard anything of it."
Hon Nell I n. Meld and Hherlff Tbos. 8.
Bubliell, both learning of the rumors,
used the wires aud ascertained that Mr
Luna had left Magdalena for his home at
Los Lunas on last Haturday. The sherlfl
has a letter from Mr. Luua. dated from
Magdaleua on April TM. Both of these
geutlemeu think that the reports are un
Drowned la tha Klo Ofanda.
Yesterday afternoon a young Mexican.
aged about It years, Llbrado Hllva by
uame, was drowned In the Kio urande at
Kile, nearly opposite the town of fena
Blanca. He was riding a bucking bron
cho along the river bank, wheu the horse
ran Into the river in water over the heade
of the horse and rider. Hllva floated from
the back of the horse, and it is presumed
sank Into quicksand, as bis body has not
been found. The horse, with saddle and
bridle, wax found a few yards from
wnere it nau entered tne river, ami
the animal was dead. The drowned lad
worked for Valentine C. de Baca, ex-com-missiouer
of this county.
One little fellow, who sold TuE ClTI
xkn "war extra" yesterday afternoon
was standing on the corner of Second
street and Railroad avenue counting bis
dimes and ttlrklea. He counted out $1.80,
tbe amount he had made in bis sales,
and then remarked: "Golly, that is more
than dad make working hard all day."
He broke down the street corner with a
hearty laugh, and then treated the other
kids to caudy.
8. II. Prultt and Chas. Wllken, of Bowl
ing Green, aud John R. Yates, of 1'aducah,
three geutlemen from th state of Ken
tucky, are at the Bturges' European, ar
riving last u I ght from the north. They
will find quite a delegation of Kentuvk
laus in the city.
Seperate sealed bids for bar, lunch
counter, candy stand and cigar privi
leges for the races May 4, 5, 0 and 7 will
be received by li C. B. Culley, secretary,
at the otllcee of Culley A Aruiijo, up to
Haturday, May ttu, at 6 o'clock p. ui.
Klegant small ranch for rent on moun
tain road, north of city, with good four
room house, fruit and berries; also 0-room
house on Killth street. W. A. Haukiu.rooui
W, N. T. Aruiijo building.
Strayed (lue large bay horse, branded
C on left shoulder; one small bay horse,
branded 13 left shoulder. Liberal reward
tor information leading to recovery.
Wabash Cattle company, Navajo, Arlxoua.
He Ash Congress to Hake De
claration of War.
The Measure Passe 1 Both House,
of Conrresi Unanimously.
Boom faKtf Desolation Declaring War
la tot nutate sad fsrty-One Seconds.
what u ADTAicna a ritci.
Washington, April 23. The proeldeiit
nas sent to oonareas III. rollowlns; nie
sage: I transmit lo congress fur Coiisliler-
anon anil appropriate action copies of
the correspondence recently bad with the
representative of Spain lo the lolled
.Hlnlee, with lb I'nited States tblnister
at Madrid ami through letter, with the
government of fpaln, showing th action
taken under the Joint resolution ap
proved April 20. lfws, -for the reoognl
lion and Independence of the people of
t'uba, demanding that the government ol
dpniu relinquish Its authority aud gov
ernment In the Islaud of Cuba and to
withdraw Its land and naval forces from
Cuba and Cuban waters, and directing
ths president of the l ulled Ulate to use
the laud aud naval forces of the Culled
States to carry these resolution, iuto et-
I'pon communicating to th Spanish
nilm-t-r In nashiugton th demand
which it became the duty of the execu
tive to address to the government of Hpnln
In obedience to said resolution, said min
ister atked for but passport and with
drew. The fulled State minister at Mid rid
was in turn not I Bed by the Hpanlsh min
ister for foreign affairs that tba with
drawal of the Hpanlsh representative
rrom in luiusi eiieiea terminated the
diplomatic relations between the two
countries snd ottlclal communieationf
between their respective representatives
I recommend to your especial attention
the note directed to the Culled btstes
minister at Madrid by the Spanish niln
leter for foreign affair on the Slut lost,
whereby the foregoing notification was
Convened. It will be perceived that the
Spanish government, having eoirulxance
of the Joint resolution of the congrees of
me LUiiea male, ami in view or tne
things which the president 1 thereby re
quired aud authorised to do, responds by
treating the representative demands r
ihl government as measures nf hostility,
following that with the Instant aud rota
plete severance of relations by its action,
whereby the nsage of nations accompa
nies exlsteut stat of war between the
the position ol Ppain Peine thus made
known aud the demands of ths lulled
States being defied with complete rup
tur In Intercourse with Spain I have
leen constrained In the exercise of the
power and authority conferred upon
by the Joint resolution aforesaid to nnv '
luiin under aaie or April zz. fiw. the
iiliN-kade of certain porta on the northern
coast of Cuba, lyiug between Cardenas
and Babla Honda, and the port of Clen
fuegos on the southern coast of Cuba:
and further, In tha exercise of niv con
stitutional powers, and using the author
ity conferred upon me by act of con
gress, approved April ti. IH'.iH, to Issue nij
proclamation dated April 28, IH'.iH, calling
for volunteers In order to csrrv Into fff-ct
said resolution nf April 20. MH. Copies
of these proclamations ars hereto ap
In view of th menre so taken, with
a view to the adoption of such other
measures as may be necessary to enable
me to carry out the expressed will of the
congress of the United Btalea In the
premises, I now recommend to your hon
orable body the adoption of a Joint reso
lution declaring that a state of war ex
Ists be: ween the In I ted State, of Amer
ica and the Kingdom of Spain, and I
nrge speedy action thereon to the end
mat a rellnitlon or th International
statns of the I'nlUd States as a belliger
ent power may be known and that the
assertion of all It righta and mainte
nance of all its duties iu the conduct of
the war may be assured.
(higned) nii.LUM Mckinley.
DICC LA RATION OP WAR.
yulca Work or ronKram on th. War
Washington. April 25. At 1:111 r. m.
Acting Chalrmau Adams asked unani
mous consent of the house to consider
a war bill.
It took the house one miuute and forty-
one seconds to pase the declaration of
UK NATE KillEKH.
The si'nate committee ou forelirn rela
tions agreed to report the war bill as
passed by the bouse.
F1HHKI) THE bKNATE.
The senate passed the army re-organ
At 2:.riU p. m. the house bill declaring
that war was declared waa delivered to
Davis moved closed doors. Agreed to
The senate agreed to tha house war
bill without amendment.
In the executive se slou Turple made
a speech In favor of the recognition of
Morgan made a speech chiding con
gresa for not sooner taking action ou the
declaration of war.
THK WAS PKCI.A RATION.
Following is the bill passed bv the
Bill declaring that war exists betweeu
trie t ulleil mates or America and the
kingdom of Spain. Be It enacted, etc.;
First That war be and the same is
hereby declared to exi it aud that War has
existed sluce the 21st of April, A. U.
., ... ! -..i. ...a. I. in. i mane rium ui you narm. I rie rauit I. in the ia.
Much inoiu y an. L.aiua iniit be taken nh the lam tu have it )u.l right, aln-r hu h every aline
maile upon it il he lu-l right. III. said thai Pihgne Smith have one ol Hie rlne.t collec
tion, ot laM. in the country. 1 hi. la the linn of imi l.ovenmr I'ingiee. ot Mulligan, la.
niemlier. Ilitcgnty anil LoiiK ientioinnea. are the i haracli rctic of the ."or. Ihey make. They
Iwav. mile .luirh t
WK ,UAVt 'lliK
3th Ol H . uu -SllUhs
GEO. G. GAItlSLEY
AIL VKUIK 4.1V KM
18W8. Including said day. between the
t'liiten niaie ol America and the king
dom of Hosln.
Second-That the president of the
l'nt ted States he and he Is hereby direct-
ao anil empowered to us the entire
land and naval fovjes of the l ulled
State, and to call Into actual service of
the I tilted States the militia of lhascv.
eral sutf s to such an extent aa may be
nereRary to carry inis act into meet.
SENATORS WANT TO AMKNU.
Senators Morgan and Turple agreed to
in report oi ins noiise war declaration
ny me roreign relations committee, but
reserve me right to amend In th pn
They want recognition of belligerent
ngrii oi ine lUDans.
BILLIUERKNCT AHKNIiMINT LOST,
In S Secret session of the annate tha
Cuban belligerency amendment to the
war declaration was lost, (4 to 88.
Th president has alirned the hill da-
SEAT IS BIUH.
Chlraga Wheal Market U Kiellaa aa tha
C.ral Ad.aaeaa la frlea.
Chicago. Anrtl 25. The nanln atrlekun
bears vu 'change Unlay bid the prlc of
aia wneai up to 9 i.;iu per busiieL an ad
vance of 6 cent from the closing price on
Saturday. July aud deferred deliveries,
now mediums of speculation, sained
COURT IN LINCOLN.
Throe laroadaata la llartla Mardar Caae
Attornev K. V. Thar, r.t
Lincoln last night, where be has been at-
lending uisirici oouri lor the past three
Weeks, lie reiiraaaiiia.1 I ha wn.t..
In ths Case of tha tarrlhir. k.inninn
Sancoes, Douiau Uulterres, Viotorlsno
Luceroanairus llerrera, charged with
the murder of one llinjlo Garcia near
Lincoln. In ltvU5. The rua iuiri r.,r
eight days aud waa very stubbornly
wuKuk an ui tue aeieniianu, exoepl
Uullerrea, were acquitted. Th latter baa
not yet received hi sentence.
Hullerres admitted that he shot Garcia
when he found him vUiting bis wits
after be had given him notice to keep
away. Multrres Bred right shots, ou of
which proved fatal.
Th territory endeavored to prove that
all tli defendant bad a hand in tuuitla
ting the body of th defendant prlur to
Lielrlct Attornev 8. V. Matthnwa waa
disqualified from prosecuting the ease.
no oaring repreeeuiea itie Oelenilanuj at
the Dreliiuinarv hearlno-. an Cnl a u
frlu-hard Waa retained by ths couutv to
represent the territory.
Mr. ( ham Waa alu to hava ranra.
auted the defendants In the case of th
territory v. Artlga, Garcia, Lucero, Pa
dilla aud llerrera, th fit men Indicted
tor the murder of Bragg on Dougherty's
ranch. In Lincoln comity, but ths case
waa nuiitlnnail until n.it larm Thru
of the defendants, Lucero, llerrera aud
Garcia, are resident of this county.
Home of thatr Mhaan hail hun af.vlan mmA
- ------ ' r. '. vu Mill,
were found at Dougherty's ranch. They
got out a writ of replevin and Artlga. aa
eotisralile, went to serve It accompanied
bv the other defanrianta. Rraora minui
lc sari.uder the sheep and the shooting
ouowru, resuuing in m Killing of
ti. If. Matthews sent In Ills resignation,
as district attorney of Lincoln county, to
Judge Hani 1 1 ton on Friday and forward
ed a copy of the same to Governor Otero.
fclartrte rire Alar rua.
This morning, I'nlted State Ganger
John Jaooby, a warrior In tlie local Ore
department, was busily Ingaged in plac
ing in position the electric Mr alarm
boxes as follows:
No. 4 Corner of Railroad avenue and
No. 41 Corner of TIJeras avenue and
No. 45 Corntr of Keleher avenu aud
No, 12 Corner of Gold avenu and Ar
No. 16 Corner of Arno street and
No. 21 Corner of Iron avenue and Ar
No. 26 At railway hospital, corner of
Wheelock avenue and Broadway.
No. Hi Corner of Fourth street aud
No. 86 Corner of Atlantic avenu and
Mia fclla Aurora, aad Company oa
Wedoeadajr, April VS.
The following programme of th Star
minstrels, at the opera house on Wednes
day evening, April 7, 1 here pub
lished: FAST I.
1. Htltna SuMiiirBa..
.liv Ilia f nmiiaitv
2. Ilubv l.ou
B. t'.oat Wal k Lady tnllre Couibanv
4. My Oal a Kvdhrad Coon
. Xln.h (itimdrop
0. MontiluKne . (ieorK. Waaluniiton K.miiua
. IxMMl-llyr, 8rel Day.... 1'rurline Pollonl
7. Kentucky Balss Knlire Compauy
5. i'uoily oo "Mearins ol tli. liirrn"...
.., .....Iwed. WIIkiii
8. Hy, Blarkhlrd., Hy Hi-vlna Kubiln.in
10. Were the Meal Thing ....tullr. Company
1. Qturtet Lullnhy Mai. Volrr.
9. Little Muck Kali .. Iiinah Uunidiuu
B. biiih Amill that buret Rrfimn
. V'-.".-.: I'.llrnce Purity
4. Hurk.iiU Wing Vm Call Lcioy
fmrhnr l'mi.ml and Htmin KublfoAm
e. l nele Main, Why Are uu vV.iiing r .
.. .......... lirmie WaelimetaiD Kaamu.
7.1m Ui. arincM Mt-mbrr in Ilie Land
, Keginii Hubiftmm
8. Uuaitct Ooud Night Male Voice.
bone. 1 aniMjiirine.
Wed. Wllann, lJin.li tuimdmp.
Ocoriie Yt .U.ngton IV.ihne Hoii.inl,
hiimm ki'Siiia Knbiloani,
William June., falirilc. fumy,
Patience Purity, r rank Hwanailown,
Lulu Mina lill. 1,.., Lii In
Mary raual.ralher, Abraham Jobuauo,
1 ..I .!.. H 1 Ml..
hlluu. U. ilu.n
l'alli llroa n,
Lavina C ream,
W llliatu Augusts,
Loui. Liiii. Kiln.
BtsrLlNb. (ir A1KN j SIluKs IN T
Reliable 8ho Dealer.,
122 S. Second St.
Mall Order" (liven
am! Promptly Filled
War Declared !
Everyone Is Pleased !
Special sale of Silk Waist
week, riaida, Stripts, Checks,
Novelty Weaves. All the newest
asaorlment. Prices from 12..0
One lot of Ladies' Shirtwaists, rrood ma
terial, well-made and well cut. in
and Checks, worth 75c regular.
week will be 40c.
SASHES AND NECKWEAR.
Full line of Ladies' Roman Strine. Plain
and Novelty Weave Sashes
Knotted nnge ends. Sashes
SO.fi O. Ties from OOc to t:t.OO.
Furniture and Carpets.
All Patten 10c and 1 5c
Weaves, worth 75c
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 bost in our Dress
Goods Department, and wo will charge you for making and
Finding only $2.00. (Wo do not mean Plain Weaves.)
And of Course the Material of Your Selection Extra
At this price for making and tindings,$2.00. We cannot mako
up goods that have boon bought of us before. Wo mean only
such goods as aro bought of us during this Salo of Black and
Colored Novelty Weaves, worth 75c and upward.
The Lining will be Percaline or Silesia with Velveteen Binding and the Skirt
will be made perfectly plain and by one of the btst dressmakers in town.
BIG STORE AGAINST HIGH
To join our Army of Patron, and take jTntfe of
the Special Barfairu that we are offerlnj; thU week.
Who trades here, because they eet prompt
courteous treatment and better good$ lot
than nr other place in the Territory. j
in SI A.
The price this
and Ties with
from S3.0O to
and Careful Attention Given to Mall
204 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque,
LIGHTED HTOKE IN
ing of a Skirt Opportunity I
Just now whilo you aro doubtless pon
dering over what you shall wear comos
If you will select
of either Colored
and up, wo will make
Agents for Batter
lck'fl Patterns and
Dr. Jaeger's Un
j j. j.
Just received, another handsome line of
Ladies' Taffeta Silk Petticoats in Black,
Changeable EfTecta and Figured. Beautifully
made, and in tha latest colors. Pricea from
SO to $13.
Special prices this week on Clothing and
Furnishing Goods. We have the finest line of
Clothing for less money than you ever paid
before. Suits from $1.50 to $10.
Full line of Colgate'a Scented, Medicated
and Castile Soaps; Colgate'a Perfumery in
plain and fancy bottles and boxes. Colgate'a
Cosmetics, Smelling Salts, Toilet Water, etc, at
special prices this week.
Day as Received.
material for a skirt
or Black Novelty
and tit a Skirt to