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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, VEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 7. 1098.
Light Thrown on a Recent Shoot
ing in St. Lonis.
Twelve Year Boy Safes the Lives
of Several Persons.
Kaasas Fsrmtri ObJ ct to the Wj
Colorado Irrtfsiors Use Water.
riociiDiRct or concuss.
8L Louis, De. 7. The Pont Dlapetcl.
tu-uj mroea 11 tit on a tntstprluur
shooting thai occurred In 81. Loiil. Jan
Uary H, Iu7. which rrauUt1 la (lie Utatl
o( Ktilot L. Ituriwortli, if Kaunas Cuj,
Kansas, eotoe tinia efwr thai.
According to the story, Duckworth camt
front tiurinntlxlil, atu . to tuirt Ktlwartl L.
LMirtg, an I u dean a bank cachler who In
a letter ifltrrxl In ui a rfuiuueratiys pt
anion, liucswor. h rrgtHlvrtd at the
flautxi't liotel, and strutted uut to For
est Pa'k. wlirra be waa found witi
b.illit hula lu bM bead. A rrvolvrr wae
IjrliiK beside him. It waa ap, an-ntljr a
sutoltte. In the wooodad niau'a pocket
wa a card tearing tha wonlt: "I am
Kdwaid U 1. I nil, of fwere iiauta, lud.
In ease of aocitleul "
Doling It itears waa wanted for am
b stllng f uo.uio from a bank lu a aruall
town nrar IVrra Haute, lud. Doling and
I uckworth, wbo weie not acqiiaialed
lfieo iil, reeiiiultil each (ilht-r t
remarkable degree. The story give on
toajr Ihit Duckworth waa ilrcojed lu
this elljr by Doling, fatally shot, a etid
put lu hi pocket, aud tha wounded waa
lattwd on the police aud public aa me
m aslng emb ttler. Duckworth waa
taken home by hi alitor. Sir. Kva C.
Uuichlaou, cl Hutchison, Kausas, he
having rffealwl hi Identity. Tha
wounded man dinted that he attempted
to commit aulclde and said that he re
niemherwl nothing of the shooting. The
police are seaicblug for Doling.
Rmn allowing tha miMli tlx urmt
New York, Deo. 7. With lea than half
ol the sis. ilu)' bicycle race ridden, the
e mpetitora are to-day ahowmg tne ef
o ua of the .hyslcal strain. The leailer,
fierce, the Canadian wbeelmm, waa
raited with etomacti trouble at 3 o'clock
thla morulng. Tbl uecemltated bla re
tlrement from the track for four hour.
Miller alb o'clock took the lead, the
third time elnce the race began. Miller
left the track for short time just af'er
8 o'clock, fierce, who waa only a mile
aud a half behind at the time, again took
Brat place. At W o'clock be wa etl lullee
head of Miller. Waller being third.
The a' or a at 2 p. m. atood: Miller,
1,014 mile; fieroe, 1.004: Waller, tw'.i;
Albert, m7; HteTeue. WU; Uimm, Will;
Nawn, in".; Lswuon. 8'.i&; Hale. nun; Aroa
eon; Mchlnner, bin; Koreeter, Wl; Joyeux,
bit; Pilklngtou, "US.
a i ad bjr a Hof .
St. Louie. Mo., Dec. 7 A tenement
itotise at 17 2H Krauklia aveuue, ocl-iij led
bf eleven fumlllea, agirregatlug elity
persons, waa ret on Ore by eomeone un
known before aunrlee to day, aud but
for the qulckneea of Claude Brown,
twelve year old boy, who alarmed the
occupant, many Uvea would have
been ltt. The bane went had been
aaturated with oil.
LOCATED IN LONDON.
Milwaukee Maa Fall and la round In
Loadua trader an Aaaumod Neut.
Milwaukee, Wie , Dec. 7 Inforniatlrn
haa been received hnre that frank A.
Lapprn, who, In WXi, wa proprietor of a
large dry gord etore in thl city and
Whose failure precipitated the downfall
ofihn I'ltriklngttu bank, haa been lo
cated In London. During the panic of
lfi'.i:) I,apien diiai peart d, leaving a large
number of creditor. There are eeveu
tern ludlitmeul agalUNt him. lie went
to Weet Krd, Lnndnii, under the name of
K. J Meaenrea and leaaed a faehionable
residence from Baron Roltiachlld. He
recently dlaapi arrd from there.
Hanad by m Mtib.
Mc ntlcello, 0a , Dee. 7 Jake Oliver,
nemo, wa tuken from a houee near here
last night by a tuub and lynched.
f'uluri ilu t'aln All lha Hater
W Ichita. Kan.. Dec. 7 - The decision of
tie federal eoitit In Wjinilng of the
Howell Jt hnaon care haa htlrred up the
f rmer of the Arkanaa valley. I hey
will t)Lh their cane agalnet tbe Colorado
lirlsa'pre fir taking the water from the
Arkaneaa river In Colorado. The Kaneaa
farniem claim prior right for eub Irriga
Ainandmant la Canal mil.
New York, Dec. 7. A dlnpatch to the
Herald from Washington eay: The Hn
at committee on the Mraragnan canal
will a til to the canal bill now pea ling a
prov elon In'endod to bring ahont a
tratv with Great Britain for a J tint
gTiaranty nf nrntralitv with Canada
l hi provision I einnodiel In an amand
nient preparM by Henator Harrla, of
Kort Worth. Tei, Dec. 7. At the
wuelon of the Karmi'm' National eon
grew, thl niornlng.au addrewa dellv
ere I by H. W . Vt hltmore, of Nehraeka, on
the "licet Hnsrar Imlmtry." An Intereet
lug paper wa read by Mr. 8. Mdore
M'ner, of Daliae, on the "Orgauir.tttou
of Country Club for Women."
I'rotrollni Asalnat Tal.
ew York, le. 7. About 300 brewer,
from all part of the country, met In thl
cllr to-day to proteet agamat the contln
auce of the war taa ol a dollar a barrel
m beer and to formulate meueure to ee
cure IU abuliHhiueut.
Washington, Dec. 7 The antt acalp
er bill paMH d tlie bouee by a vote of 11V
I'KOtl.KIIIK.t t lOSURKtt.
La ng babala la H. naia Ovar ilia Hawaiian
furm of Uovarnmanl.
W'aihlugton. D.tc. 7. Uawley (Conn.).
chairuiau of Iho military affair oo aim It-
tee, lulrixliicetl a bin for tbe reo.gunlt
tmu of the legular army. Hoar ( Uaea )
Heoured the atioptiou of a rmolutluu thai
a com ml i lee of seven be appointed, to
whom ahall be referred that part of the
preeident a memtagu which related to the
cuelirailon ff tha centennial at Hanh
logUiu a Hie capital of tbe I'ulted
Htate. At I2:ld the eenate weul Into
Ibe eenate had k long debate In ei
eiutlve eeeeion upon tha eubject of con
nnuallon of the Hawaiian c mmiaelou
ere. Hoar uiw'e a vigoroua proteal
agalnt the practice of appolutlug nena-
lom upon eucn euliiruKM me. Heaaid thai
eenatore, when appMuted, Ixxame the
duly authorized aKebt of the preeident
ii carry out tin wmiiea. rinat oeoaiu
ot their function a eeuatore, he aeked.
when the report they make came before
the neuatr ? lu the care of the j nut blgh
coiiiiuihhiou now negotiating the treaty
Willi (treat llniain and the peace com
mieeioii, the earue objectimi applied with
grea er force. I he meiliod ol apiiolutlug
eenator on comniiNiiou wit Uefeiideo
by Morgan and I'latt (Conn )
The eenate continued the app ilutuietit
of John Hay aa secretary of el ale.
The bill to carry into effoct the reeoni
meiidutiou of the International Ameri
can conference by the Incorporation of
an international American-bauk at UM
eeaxinn, bad been made the special order
for to day, but In the absence of Hill.
(Connecticut), who had charge of the
meaeure, aud Walker, (Maeavhnett),
aeked that It go over one week without
prejudice. It wa an ordered.
fayne, (New York), a lied unanimous
conaelil to consider tha senate bill to
aiui'ud the law relating to American
Heplmrn (Iowa) deman 11 the regular
order of call of ooininiitee. The Brat
called wa the committee on Interstate
commerce, Hepburn railed up the the
antt scalping bill, and offered to make
arrangement regarding time to bo occu
pied lu debating the bill.
All effort to effect an agreement a to
time failed. Hepburn wa recognised
for an hour. He yielded to Sherman,
republican, of New ork, who explained
that the bill wa very similar to one
passed by the house during the lat con-gre-H.
Change were uialuly restrictive
upou the corporation.
IMITATED HIT MOT KUt'ALBD.
10 rana first grade. California apri
cots l 00
H can rJrsl grade California peac'jea 1 00
s cau Urat gra la California pear. . 1 00
Imp rt'd olive oil 3
H'resh popcorn per puuud 6
I pluttKittle blue 10
Mi'Mepcham'g J im in glass 2o
i package oat tlake 15
I pound choice eating applee ii,
Choice native dried apples 5
Kresh cervelatn r pound
Vtu Kikkk, Proprietor.
Ilara'a a thrlainma tint For Soma
A twenty-three-tnrh sleeping doll,
dressed 4u a beautiful ai'cor leoa plaited
satin gowu. trimmed with oriental lace;
fur-trimmed Bilk poke bonnet to match;
Vie have a jar filled with bean. The
little miss under i years of age guess
tug the nearest number It coulaln will
receive this doll as a present on Christ
int morning. Thl I a perfectly free
context; uo one t required to make a
purchase In order to be allowed to guess.
W'm. Kikkk, proprietor.
IVfce, Tllk. ri.OHINT.
Kor cut flowers, palm and holly for the
IV as, TUB n.OUlMT.
Holiday cigar In boxes of twenty-flve
etc I) at Jones , J . Katlroau avenue.
Lamps, Cut (ilass,
Is a guaranteed
Gold Killed Case
W ith Klgln Works.
J.atlk'i' or (ietit's
We have so called
Killed esses with
It lit always ben
I Hi r Aim to sell
I MS il (ioiids.
We shall not
This year racrltlce
: ( hi'apni's.
: Vou can il i ii I
, v f I II you.
! W ith us Dittos
; Is brass,
i unr prii'esfor
K ' i tt t . I.- giiii
. W ill not be
Have bt en lu
tUir pn -tent
j 1 atrn
Cost of tbe War With Spain in
Admirals Sampson and Schley Pro
moted for Bravery In Battle.
FrciMcit of rhlladetrtila Bank aa Trial
for Miking Faitt Kc ports.
MIRIkl LIAVISO TBI K10RDIKI.
W aehlngUm. Ie 7. The manner In
which fiiiitl were pnt I tol I la detail
for the Uret time In letter sent from all
department and bureau to lbs house
committee on appropriate ni, and made
public at a part of the report on the
urgency dellctrn'y bill, or tha am .r
sucy uational dtfensa fuml of Vmiio,
Oou, the uavy depart men t got the largwt
amount, vlx: t J1IU7J.J7I. Of thl the
department proper spent I7,7l'i.1itl,
maiuly la buying ships; bureau tardsatid
locks, I0,3S(I '.i'.tii; equipment ll,'M).Hsa;
navigation, U4.00"; ordiiuce, $7 WIS.
1 H4; eon st rue lion and renal r, $1,115,316;
.team engineering tl:ln,(il3; supplies
tud account, S'iil,4H4; inattlclne aud
surgery, marina rp, f tx.5 '.
Tne navy baa a tialauoe of 27u,t)fO.
which I an emergency fund. 'I he war
tepartment expenditure of the emer
gency fnnd amount to $I3,UM.hi:i The
-tate department received f.i'jil.iKO, of
xhlch a large part wa for the u of the
peace commission at Pari.
II-HANKtR OR TRIAL.
Ra-I'raaldant nf a Hrokan Pblladalnhla
Hank I'laada Oolltjr.
Philadelphia, Dec. 7. Gideon W.
Marsh, president of lha Keystone Na
tional bank, which failed In Hi, was
arraigned lu the I'ulted States district
onrt t ) dav, and pit a led guilty to In
1lt'lMientcharirlilg misapplication of the
ruinln ami making false reports of the
bank' coudition to the comptroller.
S tuteuce wa deferred. Marsh wa a fit
Itlve until lietvmher 3 last, when he
W illiam Steel, formerly cashier of the
wrecks 1 Chestnut Street bank, pleaded
not guilty. He I charged, with Presi
dent William M. Hlugerly, now deceased,
itn nilsaiiiiroiirlatioQ of the fund of
After Marsh had entered a plea of
guilty, hi counsel asked lbs court's per
uilaslon to present a statement of bis
Client which would show mitigating cir
cumstance In connection with the com
mission of tho act to which ho plead
gnilty. Hi counsel Informed the court
that thl statement would show that af
ter Marsh hail assumed the presidency of
tho bank he found there existed a deft
clency of over a million dollar. He hail
no doubt of recovering thl deficiency,
but tbe load wa too much for the bank
to carry and Orally resulted In failure.
Counsel said that the defer dant had
never profited a dollar through the
bank's losses. The court said he would
remand the prisoner until Tors lay.
hen he would I moose sentence after
hearlug counsel's plea.
Washington. Dec 7 President to day
sent these nomination to the senate:
To be major-generals Hrlgadler-fieneral
ny V. Henry, t'nlted State army; Brigadier-General
Leonard Wood, t'nlted
states volunteer. Other nomination
today include officers of the navy ad
vanced for conspicuous conduct in battle,
among them being Bear Admirals oauip
nn aud tVhley.
M.i.o,.wr.si,r,t,ci.,ii,T RAL.ROAD AVE., ALBUQUERQUE, N. M
Mlnara Laavlna llnwaon.
Victoria, B C . Dec. 7. The steamer
Rosalie just arrived from the towns on
Lynn cauil. reports a thousand men from
Dawson making for the coast.
Mary, Mnrv, tttile contrary, how dora ymir
ssrtieti urovt r
ithtahr aauf, my Howt-ra are dead, and nir
hettrt la tl e.l wtth wot-t
Mary. Mary, nuile conltttry, let your garden
Iave vour tlttwen for aummer atittntera, and
cooie lotnv buo wiin ma.
In tha probate court yesterday the res
Ignatlon of David Weiller, aa adiutni
trator for the estate of Merlin Mam roth
wa accepted and Halter T. Strong was
atcpted n his plat's. He furnished a
bond In the sum of M). Mr. Tilly C
(irsen, as administratrix for the estate of
B. O. Green, wa discharged.. The court
adjourned to meet again on December
Cnola Tonj'a Cabin.
The Hageu I'nnle Toiu's Cabin com
pany played to a Que bouse last night aud
noue of these preseut were sorry that
they were there, aa tt certainly I a play
that every bis! y can enjoy to the utmost.
The Passion Play waa put on In lta en
tirety and pleased the audience greatly,
portraying to them tne Mimical narrative
In a manner never to bo forgotten by
those wh i wtr sa fortunate aa to see tt
last night. Tne players were ail good,
and the old-lime plaautloo songs and
dances and the banjo playing kept the
audience In good spirits all lh time.
The company have their own orchestra,
which I a good one, and music furnished
la well worth ibe price, of admission in
ltslt. Miss Milford, 1 1 the phenomenal
dancer, made a great hit with the lover
of the graceful fantaallc art, and she
will be welcomed agalu tc-nlght at the
performance. The pastime of the levee,
a pot on by the company of player, Is
an real that one would Imagine for the
time that he wa on no of tbe southern
levee In Ibe height of Wit summer sea
son. ! ergo Argo. y ,
The above company appear at the Or
chestrion hall for one night, Monday,
December 12. Popular prices, 85, (o aud
75 ecu Is. Seats uow On sale at Usual
Tha "raaai al igbt."
Beginning on Friday of this week, and
continuing for eight day, Jew all over
the world will celtbral Chanukah, the
"Kent of Light," In commemoration of
the victory of the Maccabees over tbe
"yriana and tha rededlcatlon of the Tem
pts In the year inu B. C. In orthodox
famllle an Increasing number of candles
I lighted each evening, and young and
old indulge In traditional games and
pastime, and lng mnr supposed to be
tnore than 2.0K) year obi. The children
of the Jewleh Sunday school In thla city
will celebrate the event next Sunday
aftai noon at S o'clock at Knights of Py
thtsa ball. There will be song, recita
tions and other luterestlng exercises.
The general public is cordially Invited to
be present. .
DISTRICT COURT HEW.
Oonlas raaiWi rrsparty Ordarod Bald -Olbaa
Hatlara DlaMo Of.
Antonio Ortli haa commenced suit
against Marcos 0. de Baca, et at., to col
lect a promissory note tor f 400 wltb In
terest. In the assignment of Llswtte Daonea
baum, of Bernalillo, an order baa been en
tered anthorixlnf the assignee, Mariano
Perea, to sll the halanre of the property
at private sals and to Compromise the
doubtful bonk account.
In the caw n K P. Hall vt. Gordon
I'earce, judgment by default for 178,
the atta liment waa sustained and tl e
sheiilT ordered to sell the property at
tached. I 'i the case of J. A. Stlnson v. Noble C.
Rerggren. judgment by default for 300
In the ease of James 0. KItch. guard
Ian. vs. Kmma Haxeldine, et at, au order
wa entered approving the sale of the
property by Special Master B. I. Medlar
to (i. W . Johnston for $d,ooa
In the ease of tironsfeld Bros, re, Guad
alupe Nuanes an order was entered giv
ing the plaintiffs possession of four piece
of property In Bernalillo emioly.
In the case of W llllain Cotter vs. Kllen
L. lyockhart, a motion to reinstate the
cau-e uon the trial docket was sus
tained. OCR ANNUAL ORRIHTM IS DRAWINO
One ticket with every IsS cents worth ol
goods purchased at our etore up to and
Inclullng December 94.
1st prl 1 1 Handsome French doll
aud carrisge S11.00
2nd prizd Gentleman's trave'lng
3td prlie Cut glass bottle Oiled
with best perfume 10 00
4th prize Silver mounted mani
cure set 8 00
6th prize -Pair military brushes
and case 8.00
The above applies to our every depart
ment, cigars, soda water, randy, prescrip
tion, drug and sundries.
The prizes are on exhibition In onr
window, special attention being called to
the doll and carriage, which are the
handsomest and beet obtainable here.
J. U. O'KziLLT ii Co..
Gas fitting and plumbing. WbltueyCo.
Trcatj of Peace With Spain Maj
Be Signed Saturday.
Depositor Make a Ran on a St. Jor,
Senate commute Hake Favorable Ktport
oa the "Icarsf aa Caaal.
Pari. Dee. 7. ' here was no lolnt se
elon of tne peace eoiumhsions to-dsy, as
in npaniarils are still occupied In trans
latlng the American answer to their pro
posal regarding the statu of Hpaulah
subjects In the annexed territories. Klght
of the principal articles of the treaty are
aetiled, and ail that reinalt a for the com
mlastou to attend to la the aettlement rf
minor points. The treaty probably will
be signed on Saturday, for the Hpaulards
are aa anxlone aa the Americans to finish
the work. Secretary Ojeda, of the Span
Ish commission, said today: "It I pain
ful for o to remain here, haggling over
details since the main point have been
settled and we have been obliged to re
linquish oar colonies. All work will lie
finished this week. A commercial treaty
between the United States and Spain will
be negotiated upon tbe re-etablthineut
of diplomatic relation, and the qustlons
of f panlsh ahlpe and products Is Cuba
and Porto Klco will be Included therein."
Pavsrabla Bannr by Saaata Camuilttna
fu Its f enatrnctloa.
Washington, Dee. 7. The senate com
oi It tee on tbe Nicaragua canal tc-iay
derided upon aome changes In the bill
tor the construction of the canal, and
authorized Senator Morgan to press the
matter upon the early consideration of
the senate. The moat Important change
is one leaving to the president to decide
whether bond of the government shall
be Issued to aid 'n tbe eontru t on of
the canal or that tbe proceeds of tne sale
of the Pacific railroads shall be devoted
to that purpose. The bill leaves the de
till of construction In the band of the
Maritime company aa before, and will
eon tain a special provision, limiting th
amount of cash to the 1'nlted Statee
treasury that may be devoted to Ite use
Rl'N ON A BANK.
Olllatt ranar Cans at. Joaapb, Mo,
Hash a Lai or Troabla.
. St Joseph, Mo., Dec. 7. A run was
aiade on the Central Savings bank of St
JVeeph yesterday afternoon. The depne
tors drew out $JO,ooo In two hours. Tbe
run waa the result of the failure of
Hllett, the Kansa cattle plunger. The
bank held about $10,000 of Utllett paper.
I be i Alters of the bank posted a notice
to-day that written notice will be re
quired from those who desire to with
Iraw funds. Tbe bank's deposits are a
half million dollars, but It ha ouly 170,
Dahatlng Tairltorlal Kipanaloa.
Washington, Dee. 7 The seuateex
ecutlve session to day had a debate upon
the subject of expansion. Hoar was the
principal speaker, and took grounds
against tbe policy of territorial acquisi
tion. Other senators engaged In the
lajarad at tjuabeo.
Grand If are. Que., Dec. 7 Russell Al-
sar. Jr . win nf ths Anisrlnan tMCratavv nf
war, manager of hi father's pulp com
pany here, was badly Injured on Sunday
by being thrown from a toboggan.
KKPTIF.SKN TKI) a being A t are
of en hollow shams. Perhapt the
dealer who sold them did not know how
I onr they were, but be should have been
iKtsUsl. We know what all our shtss are
made of anil how male, and know thy
will satisfy the most particular buyer.
Our Jiegent $3.50
Line for Men
Cannot be duplicated In Albntuern,ue
for lcsttliaa $4 OO.
W'e can please You.
GEO. G. GAIHSLEY & GO.
LtrKMt 8bo Dealers,
1S2 8. Soond St.
WAIL. OIUIII 4.IVB HAKRrDI. ATTKBTIOB.
sf af 0
ii. e. rax.
for FINE GOODS.
1'iicfs as low as
S.une r,u lily of
Goods can be
The Leading Jewelry House
Of the Southwest
We .no Ju-t Cluii.i up the Heaviest Years' BuMtiesa
wri iuve ever had, and wish io Miis public way to
ackinwledt? oar appreciation of this. Uutiii this
month, December, our Mk. VV. J, Ki;.vtuY, will be at
jiuiti along the line of the SaoU I'e Pacific with an
ELEGANT LINE OF
Fine Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry,
while our MR, II. E. FOX with jrleotycf he'p will
ptrronal'y care for our city trade.
fat V ? 0
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Knives and Pork
Rich Cut Gl tss,
Sib er Nov ltie,
Gold and Silver,
fi m Iffl Jfi &. Ml Ml Ml Ml Ml Ml Ml
t i i . s
FINE HATQITOKK AND ARTISTIC ENGRAVING A SPECIALTY.
t t? .! t v.
WATOIES SOLD TO RAILROAD MEN ON EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
t .1. -M . I ak' a . . .A. .. -A-i -A- - . . .
; , at w in wnim'itwmwwx?f$iii $s jj a ? m ss t fa
& THE PHOENIX1I
Announcement Extol inai; I
VK IXTKMi U Ks' .b I h a p erjteit by mirklnf alt oir ls DJWS, befiri the II illdiy. A heretofore
nolisard of proeelln r, thereb; Irln four p.ttons aebao le to bur hodaom t Ctirtst in is preaantiforrer little
nnney tiur Stock 'a lurga n i I iristl. Ws hu all (M nst an1 IttHt strle novjlt'et. Wj hire p eients
suitable frr jour ratisr, in (tlnr, brother, sister, wlf or sweetheart or fir the little ones, eltVr mine dainty
novelty ora Risi, mrtl aVe co nruo i sens) present.
Novelty lirets Patterns forte-. -hai .
loand 1 2 I'm n re utvd to
$t and :i I'sttern. reluret In
i'l and f".r4' 1'ntterns. re lore o
fdlps'sts l'or Mstle Molts, now
Ladles' Waists In hlart aud Kir r Silk., R llllaot-
een. lod eV ( loth aid thitli g flannel at
la ties' Ntrkwea' lu all fie let st novelt'es,
l.-d'es" Knry Crnsi Hoi's. Asex T es, "The
l eyrsiio KelM s'n," I ae llsnlkarehhfs.e'r,
Iteiiean I'rawn Wo-k, Tltlli". Hreeser and Table
Scarfs. Hil l a e-r.
iHills aiidT-yafo the Utile m s.
Toilet t'fsea, :nih and Itru h Pets, tTovs and
llandkerrYpf t sees Work Hoses. Collar and
( lilt lloX' S, A hums.
For Fancy Work.
Ii.llrate Hind s of llna 8tlk ThifTons, Saths
and Teffatas. All sh ilea of rrorve, Kilo and
KmhroMerv fllks, Kllhois. Lsres, Zsihyr,
Yarn lee Wool an I CiocVt Ci ttons. Coioiei
Crepe Pater, .V. rol'.
7Ee. Corsets, no
8 pa'r Mon.' I lose ,
6 plrs Lalles' lltise ,
V Men's Huspenders ,
Ladles' Kibbed VesU :
Ladles' t'ulon Hulls
Man's Heavy Ribbed fleed L'nel I'ntorwsa'
Men's He iv t Camel II Ur K,eflel Llnel t'nder-
Mso'e llaavy AU -Wo.'l Pants, nrat stripes
an t well made (1.50
By's ell-wi Hulta, $1.60
One M Dress (Itwd. worth np to 75e, yard on
Lsd'es' Welkins; Hats at New Yoik cost.
Ladies' Glove Special.
One lot Kid Glovs In Tsns. Greens and Mack,
sises fH, 64, (t, 7 and 7. These are our regu
lar tlooiriove now fl.Sfi
One lot Dressetl Kltl i loves In Tans and Rlack,
Ises 64, fl, and 7S'; wars 11.76 and l-'.Ot) now 73c.
One lot nndreael Kid (iloves, $1.76 quality, slsea
6W, b and . row 75e.
One lotMotisquatiilrelnTsnsaod Whlte.allslses,
worth op to 1.7S now 70o.
B. I LFELD & CO., Proprietors.
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I m ' I m.1 .Bav I m.1 . -saw aaajav. ' t
t -L .A.JI .A -V J A S JL tl.
t Overcoats, Ulsters, Reefers,
and Box Coats
j4 All .Hh.tiK's nnd weigli , b jught for cash and will be told, at 2 5 pCX CCIlt lCOO 1
than all competition can sell them
From $2.00 to $25.00.
E. L. WASHBURN & CO. J
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All Pattcnu 10 and 15c
Day as Rtcdrci.
204 Railroid Avenue, Albaqoerqae, N. M.
"JBost Xsit;lxtcd Store xx ttx& aity."
Com j )are ViLlues Iixvest ixte,
READ ANNOUNCEMENTS CRJTICALLY.
tla-cit O-littora la ZSTot O-old..
AI.L THAT IS WKITTKN
liClDlW AS ADVUiTISKI)
Arc all ith ill it rption
lluyt'rn are caiitioiictl Ititiviitir I I'rii'e are vary, viry rtavon
and roioiiure. ' alile aiiilnmia eiaoilq .lion.
(ilailiiK'Jf aat f trth are rite.
There being ro Irgal piinirt,
mrnt Hie public iitiiri irly uo
thrlr Jtltltf inccl.
1IIK NKW UOOUJ
Aotl AwirtmtMtta arrei-
And qttalitica alaaya aa
No otttf In otir aline .
alltiwirt to miareitreaeut.
Tbe Cyrano Neck Chain.
I i c N't wp t Ttnr w a m iyt 0 ht
Uur.ti mt tmrMi.ff A bUi Murt
Mirnl tn nt ret Ifoff , r f cc" 'muiug
ut titH ul m tl to 6.00 cti.
0 trlch FeaTher Boas.
Aorn'lrarrw line In make your
iHt-i ittti Iron in a Lica tine gl aay,
bin a a'ld irfituin., i ya tf loua,
ti Bo i , ai ooo; It, ytnlSH fto Io
JI'JMi: It, yard lung, vU.10 lu
tr BKK WIMrOW.'
A rev I tie )u-t rtreived In
t st i en till itnd nil pruct.
htnatll CVntr p'ecrt 'itn:. varh
u a)nU. ii r viirmty fy mx
Ii titivv atoj tncluilrsj all tti newest
Mexican Drawn Work
We urtf hrHrurtvra rid crrf
a full ataMJortmrht at all liuirt ui
1 ilr lU'h l-iHigel and iUm
t'li hrd ctiiiur ptrtca, pliluw hamt.
IrLIi Po;nt Pieces
I t t)! iu aiil it ti' r fil er ie ra, 'I able Konnera, Sida
HuamI '1 lir-ic gticidsj rr.uat Le araa lu u appreciated.
We carry a full Tne ol eaerythlng under the nine ot Combe.
l)o new Una liini meied In eve'y conteivable ibape.
Met Willi KDlnealiinea upwaola fioill loc.
Our ttiK'k ol l.a.litV Silk Lined Sulla la brrkeo np-our
aura are ms com tieie any m..re and III ooler lu tlif a
uut balance uo hand we wi I deduct uo per cent Iroro unce
ol any auit la the s m-e
COATS AND JACKETS
llrcupy too much of our valuable tootn which we wt'l need
s.mjii to tlmplay o ii bo ulay gti jtla. m if e hae a u t incut
tbal auiu yuu you can I ke it at a '40 per teal reductiou.
IS pun ol California Mb All Wool Hlinkets. colors grey,
T.n. Vicuna ati.i Molllrd (iret III., k, th u-ual ptlce
) 80. While tbee lam your cliulce lor fur uuly -1 7S pair.
l.anl a. i k wa. a b yu-e for ualnotirDi'M (Jooda Linen aud Curtain atot k and ws have accumulated guile aittk of abort
p'rtfs aim h we tall rrinrauti. and in i liter to clues a 'mi out lu s Ujrry ws have cut price to the quick. Call aud are Ihriu Odd
pain of curtaius hum Stc. a pau up to cloae out.