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VOLUME 13.
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 12, 1090.
NUMBER 49.
Da
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New EDlaad S'atts Do Not
Want Western Territory.
Riot la Havana Between Spanish
Officers and Cuban Insargen's.
lwj Velantttrt Killed la a fight at
Hanuvllle, Ala.
fatal rial ibookiti.
WM-.liti.Kton, Pec. 12 In thi senate,
Hoar and Hal presented a resolution ol
Cltllus ol their Rlale rt in uisirailiitf
tfrtiust 111 exleuslon ut Amer.cau
sovereignty over Hi Philippine Islands
anrt agonist acquiring foreign territory
without the consent o( the people there
of. Itt solution wet referred to th
commute ou foreign relation.
FelUiirew lutrooiiced a bill authorit
Ing A. A. Harllt-it to raife laltlmliip
hem and transport It to tlin lulletl
fetal.
H ar Introduced the following resolu
tion: "I hat the committee on military af
fair I) lritru?ted to inquire aid report
a no n an mar be.whemer otn policy
mar in t Iks eela'dialied by law by whlrli
soldier of the regu'ar army mho have
families r parent depem-ioir on iln-ni
for upport, or hiv t pportuiiitir for
hu-diie a will beterionsly luurered with
by longer cooliini mc In tl.a military
seme and who euiieled tor the war, or
tilnler ae-iiram-a thsl they Would t) held
oul while th war lasted. ihh I).
pr mpt-y dlsrh trged atid their platv a-,
far a uece eary filled with new re
erults." Vest, Mo., called up III resolution da
elarlng that tha constitution cunfei no
power on tlin federal government to au
qutre teirltory to be held and goveru-d
(ermaneutly a colonies, tin tl I1 not
propose, be raid, to nay anything that
would necessitate a secret mvxIl.ii, as In
had no Int -titlon to discus any treaty
110 pending, or to he prut wed
hereafter. It ee- med to Mm pe
ruliarly approplle to rileru t'lc
p twer r( Ilia I'nlti d t tute goveriim'iit
under our constitution. "Wheu a prin
cipal law fclllrer of tlin government"
said hi', 'Maya that tha constitution If
toosuiallfor tha present con lltloii ol
our govarrmi-nt. It seerus to
ni tlm to Inquire what that
eoaatltutloD la." VMt aald: "Our tora
fa' hera fought fonr yii.ru agalnat taxa
tion without rppr8ntallrn. Tha declar
ation of lndept-ndenra waa drawn tip
with tha Id' a that all government re
rrlt the'r Junt powers from tha ooureut
of tha groverned "
Veat thought It wet the pirpo e of the
e ipunttlnrlHt to adopt tha Kuropean pl
ley of colnnliatlon. "When, whore and
how," he aaked, "hare we nurrendered
that till la a confederation of atatet V 1
rannot rn ! It to he pofmlble to point
nut any other form of government under
the e uotltutlon.
HOCbK,
Orntit (rep, Wrmont) Intniluced tlie
IiUlrlct of Columbia hill, and gai no
tire that he would rail it up to morrow.
The hntiNe then, under the ruh. pro
ceeded with the UiBtrlct of Columbia
bunlDPrt,
HiLi.au IN A riUBT.
Two Voluatr.r. Kll d la a Ml.t at
H utavllla, Ala
HiinUvllle. Ala, Die. 12 -Henry J.
N Illgan, cook, and Heorxe W. Beverly,
both of Company H, Klrnt Klorl tii, were
killed lait nl(lit. Nelllgm aud Hiverly
had a On lit. Nelllgitn nUIiM lit erly.
who pulled a pletol and to'd him to atnnd
bark. Nelllgan' brother, 11. K. Kelli
frnn, eelng heverly with a pltrl In
ill bard. killed him with a
HprlngoVM rille. I'everlj'H hrother, Koy,
aaw h'H brother fall, 'thinking he had
been killed by the cook, Nelllgau, he
Rhnt the re k dead.
I'rivate P.irter Wiinant, troop D.
Tenth ravalry, wax found with a terrible
wound In the throat on Went Holruee
Hi reel. He epeke only a few wonU after
he wait found. He eteted that he had
iieru lielJ up by two white soldiers and
allot.
Plot i lUvan.
llavann. I'ec. 12 The One Hundred
and Hei-ond New York reiiliueiit b K to
luiid tlil-i morning. Three t'utiana were
It i Ma 1 and one 8aiilHh olloer and two
nlaiia wounded IhhI nliiht in a tltdit
Mwen Hpnulxh rfllcer tl duly and a
number of rlliien and Culniu-:. who
wla led to rloae the Taron theitre ou at'
C'lint of tie il-alh of General Call no
tarda at Wa,h!ng'oii. SpaniHh troop
reetoied ori'er.
him. HI father at Brut wai Inrllned to
blleve that the men had tolnn the gnn,
Imthe learred dilTiirently today when
flH'er from the prerlnrt arrived In the
cut with a warrant for the arreet of tha
hoy on the rharg of rarrylng a deadly
weatmn. Mr. huii. MHrhi McMillm
and the dafendHiit went up to Durane
th I btlernoon to attf ud the trial of the
rate.
fatal lr
New Yolk, Djc. 12 Four perwm )nt
their lle In a fire lat night In a tl at
liinie at rrneprt I'lare, Brooklyn. They
were Jiweph Nublitt. Nir. Jiwph N'oblltl,
Mr, btothorn ami 1 huma H tune.
roRIIIK CAPTUHKU.
H. W. illlll Bonn 0.r to tha (Ir.nil
Jury on t harg. ol Vnrmrf.
A ron man, who guvu l.m name aa K.
W. (tillett, wh arieKted late Hnturilay
afternnoii on the complaint of J. M. Nar
veil, the proprietor ot a rentauraiit on
n rth Klml mreet. who charned him with
iiitiriug and ti iinf to pa a forged
c ie'k I he clu ck iu qiiextinn wae ou the
Mri-t Ntloutil tmi k o( Hit city for
I'.USt), payable to U. W . Uilli tt ami wa
lUned by J. C. ( ullen. lilllett elalmetl
o be a r.ilruad mm, who had ben In
jured In a wreck on the I nlon I'arlllc
rallrimd and tin", le watt rerelvliig a
leoKiou from tlmt rotrpany every monih.
llitlf of hi mouth ha growu together
and he dtlim Uih rw-nlled fiuiu the
itijurie whieh he retvivrd In the wreck.
lie ni.tde the Hi'i:miiitaure of quite a
numlier of lucal ml:road men, mauy of
wit. in. be claimed to hive known year
a io. He would txkx aeveral of theiu with
I. Hit to a l Mia and treat them when he
would ti ll the bar-tender that he wonld
cine rt an I nettle tlte ueit day aa h
had a clifi k whlrli he could not vet
raahed until he lit I 'entitled and at the
mine 'line tl ihhlng hi rhi i k.
Letx Krhlay he and four friend railed
it Narvel.'n reetaiirant and ordered nup
ir Hillftt ngalu procured hi rhei-k
rd on Him Htrenvth if it got enpper,
liKltfiiig and tireHkiHNt for Illume If and
roinpiiiiloiia. Ilea'tntiok dinner at the
ntne pl.ire. In th afli-riinon, a he had
not received hi Pht, Narvell berime u
ptdoiH and notilled Mnrehul Mi-Mllllil.
wim arretted (l llett. 1 lie latter told
him that he had received the clo t k from
J ('. Cnllen, of I e.'ivpr, the claim agent
of the I nlon 1'iicill'i. Il.-i.ver w te'e
gia)lied and anewtr Witt received that
tin re waa no limn by the name of ('ull-n
c eitn atient for the I nlon iei'itlc In that
"ity. 1 lie check wa taken to the Kirtt
NhIIiuihI hark, and tt wa found that
''iillen ntv-r had an account there.
Oil lot t wa broiuht before J nut ice
Crewford thi morntog and pleadl not
iriillty to the rharge of forgery. Narvell
mid Mrlinl M.-Vlilnn teetiUed agaltiNt
hi in and he wa hound over to the grand
Jury and renu'red to furnlNh a bond in
the aritu of f .1 it. A he wa unable to
furnlNh tt. Jailer Juen Haudoval took
him w it ward to that bourne In which
he will eojoiirn uutll the grand jury
uuft.
Th. Kark.l'a Prior Ioll, Tora, Ete.
Kid tiixi y doll for 20, 25. 3't, 40, 60. 60.
?U and 75 cents, ft. aud tl Ui each.
DreawHl doll, all elcee and price, to,
'25, B. fin. 73 cent and 1, 41.35. 1 40,
fl&n, .5L) and J 73 f ai-h.
iioll lieait, 13, X'), W and 811 cent each.
r I oll earrUgea, wood wUetla, ' aud 43
cm teaach.
Doll rarrlagee, afeel wheel, $1.26,
(I ru, 11.15, ti.lfi, 2 3 ta and 6 each.
China lea aet. ID. 15, 'X, 33, 4' I, SO, 00,
75. IM rent and 4115 end (140 per aet.
Kitchen set, 6, IB, 23, 30 and. 50 rente
per net.
(amp of all kind and prices, the beet
line rver brought to town.
bee our like of Xmu tree ornament
at 6 aud 10 cent, Ihhh than half the
regular price.
Tree caudle, any ell, 10 cents per
boi.
Cahdle holder, two and three docen
for rente,
1'ruius, ten-pin, majlc lantern, etenm
engine, Iron trail), tool cheet, deek.
blackboard, lire engine, iron wagon,
hnok and liidder truck, printing preHte,
air gun. fiMt liitlle. Indian rluli. top,
doll bed, rrallie, velociimItie, dreaaei.
cliitT"iiii r, Nlilt lioard, trunk, waitb aet,
kd Iron.
We have a complete line of toy and
OiriHtuiai g'xxl and all at Kacket
price. Call and look theiu over. We
will lay good awav for von uutil ChrUt
mwevt). THK IUCKKT.
L1. II. hOAThitiHT, l'ropi letor.
yl It K M.ll.K PUICEN.
A Huot.r Arrvatl.
Charlta Kui z, the jonng pon ot C. W.
Kuni, returned yeeterday from a limit
ing eidltlon to Durane and reported
that pom men there had puriied him
With gui:s aud taken hi guu uwar from
Orange peel 17''c
2 pound evarorated apricot lot'
i pound can of baked benua lu to
mato cauce 15c
A goo I grade of liuiipowder tea, per
pnuud 4'Hr
A good grade of creani'Ty butler.. . ii'u
4 puiind laundry etartli 2oc
9 gallon coal oil )I U
California apricot, per can BT
7 ran earillne in oil 25c
Our beet eilgar cured ham l"c
H ponml pickled pigV feet '-V'
Kieeh poK!orii, per pound 6c
A tine a ortmenl of niita and cream
candle. THK MA.K.
Yi m. KiKkK, Proprietor
If your water pipe are burnted, tend
to Whitney company for plumper, who
will qutckly reoair the leak.
MM AIIMY.
Geo. Miles Urges a Large la
crease of the RpgQlars.
Col. W. J. Bryan Tenders II s R:
slcnallon to War Qparim:nt.
Govcromcnt Will Miki a CoallBf Sta
tlon of Mttitoa I.UoJ, Cl.
FdUCIMia FOUND CUD.
Wahlngton, IMC. 12. Majir General
Mile app ared to day befoie the home
couimil.ee on inllliary aflair lira hear
in relatlvn to th proponed re-org iol
l inn aud Itirrea of th army. 1 wo
bill for Ihi purpnee are pending, one
Irawn by .Mllee, II e other llitiodui-eil hi
( liatrmaii Hull, of inn miliury cnniiilt
t n. Mile ald he l.ad alwi.y favore1
the etlatilishment of a Uxed i in.tanl
f r the armr. the eiiilnce ot the laH
year, he aaid, ha 1 dniu.inatrated that the
preeit nillltaiy eHtahll ihiiient wa In
adequate to maintain our position a a
Urst-cla power. It wa ticeary to
ouelilur rj illi our military riq ilremmit
at home and thne In the u-n colonial
dependencle abroad; alwi, th mpldly
ncreiteing demand uiade by tlie maoaet
fortification. lh latter, th few a
iMmpleteil, requ rod IHo batterle of ai-
tut ry and when the entire Licreae of
th ot defenee are Coinpl-ted St; bat
terlea will be required.
llio war with hpaln rrquired rJ.oini
men for actual II dd operation at vari-
in point. Hlnce then there ha been
reinforcement for garriwu and other
purpoee. At the earn time Oeneral
Mile pointed out the neceitlea at
hi, ma muit not be overlooked. I n en
lire frontier hail been etrlpptd of troo
lr ring the war and coiiinlalnt were
coming In that the live of fniinlli'i aud
p'oiiertv of thoe along the frontier were
j."ipardlr.ed. In irticulitr. theie were
fetra nt an out break In 'lie Sioux
ciuntiy iiecauieof the ahiice of llo h.
It wa not deHiraiilH, therefore, to Willi
Iraw our force from tin frontier a to
leave them defentiele or to tmitedl
Ol.liT.
riiete eoneldi'tatlon, aald Mllo. I 'd
him to reemmend a NtbUdird nr one
olilier for earri thoueand population at
hum, with native troop on th batl of
two native aoldler for every thousand.
Col. Ilraa Raalgna.
Wahlngton, Dee. 12 All d ubt re-
necting the Intention of Colonel W. J.
urynn were removed by the receipt At the
war department of a telegram from him
1atlng that he hail mailed the Teelgua
tlon ot hie eommiiwlon a colonel of rol
nuteera and li wa approved by division
aud oorp oommander. There can be no
doubt ot It acceptance.
Polloetnaa Poaad It1.
h Cleveland, Ohio, Deo. 12. Patrolman
fiweph spurney waa found dead on bin
beat lu au alley nuar the corner of
VNoodlaud and Can avenue. He wa
llng In a pool of blood with a bullet
hole through the brain. A revolver wa
lying by hi lde with three chamber
empty, whether Hpuruey wa killed by
bii'giait or committed niclde le a"l nuw
knowu.
latamt for Coalloa aiitlna.
Washlnirton. Den. 11 Binirer llur.
maun, pouiiiil-loner of the general land
olllce, iu a declNtnu rendered to day h hl
(hat MihkIou leland. email llaiid In
cated Jutt aoiitheatt of bail KranclHco
bay are a part of the public domain and
In accordance therewith, President Vc
kiniev in a tew iImvm will Ijuoa an ut
eculiv order nwrving both llan I a
coaling aiationi lor tne uae o the uavy
X Icaratt aa Caoal
U'aMlilncrLiiii Itan l'J Tim V'i..r.riiu
canal bill ha been taken up til the eu
ate Senator Morgan took th floor to
make a apevvh In upp rt ot It.
To All n..p llni.tt
You are hereby uotilleil that the heail-
quarter of th bheep Sanitary Board ha
been removed from La lega to A 1 1 II
querqu. N. M., aud that Harry K. Lee ha
been appointed Hecretury, vice Antonio
Lucero, reelgneil. iou are ruiinMidt)
at once end in all ear marks, brand aud
such other Information a will enable
the board to prost O'ite the work lu hand,
build up and protect thl great Industry.
Atldree all rouiuiuiilcatlon to Hheet
Sanitary Board, Albiiquerqiie. N. M.
fuuoUDN Ll'SA. Presltterit.
PRESENTS!
Our Stock
Comprise
Watch',
IHtmonds,
Btdld Silver,
Pluted W'nre,
K 'gt rs Knives,
Forks, Spoons.
Tea Bets,
Carvlug Si-ts,
I.ani, Cut (ilane,
Clock, Klc.
Our Sper'a'ty
Is a guaranteed
tiold billed Cine
Wt h Klgin Work.
I.dlt'.' or lieul'a
Hill II 2.IM.
We have o called
Ki'led case with
American works
At 00.
Useful
Beautiful
Lasting
Kolt
FATiiER,
MOTHER,
SISTER,
EROTHER,
SWEETHEART,
FRIEND.
It ha fclwuys been
our Aim to ho! I
li.M d liiluds,
W e i-IikII u.it
This yeur Mierillco
iuulity for
Choai'iie .
mi ran dip inl
! On whatever
I We t II you.
j With ns BU1SS
! 1 1 I ra-is,
I. "I ll i i Kohl.
I I lur pi ices for
Ui'liuhlc go jds
! Will li. t he
Imii1u uV I
KUewhere.
Have bfcn In
1 inr present
l.ol'llti II
Hatlroitl Ave.,
.since xs:(.
'ti'i&d"' RAItROAD AVE. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M,
W.jllaltl at l ot tlrlrgna.
A. J. (inei vara, who clerk for James
OiiinNfelil, la thl city, attended tie
llesta In los (iriegoa yesterday. He
started to come li to town on horseback
at B o'clock this morning when he wu
waylaid by two men, one ot whom he
recognized as Juan Candelarla. They
alo ped hi horse aud then they atailed
to d'-imoniit the rider. What they In
tended to do ia not known a Krancitvi
Lop i appeared upon the scene at tin
tlmeand Interfered In behalf of Goer
vara, who was prinltt-d to proceed on
''I J mrney. Onervara think the men
Intended to rob him, for on ot them put
his htnd hack In hi porket a If he were
piling to pull a revolver when Lope!
t-howtd up and ended the proceed ng.
A rroiaht Wrera.
Th freight wreik on the 6an(a f
Pcilln Ihsi f.inrwlay, during a llsre
andstorui,rot.l he company cotieldcrahl.
An engine, aeveral cIhx and a num
ber of freight csr were piled np In the
wreck. Conductor Detweiller, with
Kn inerr liogan on the engine, ran Into
th rear tint of a freight train under
Conductor I'nderwond. Tb accident
occurred at I'entanre, the rock quarry
siding for l.anlry Broa. railroad con
tractor, and which la located near llol
brook. Several trainmen were allghtly
injured, one of whom waa hroughl to tha
local huepital last night.
TUB PAIR
Hull av Shnppare W-lll Maft Ttme.Tro.b'o
Ntitl linn,; hf Vlaltlaa Tk. Pair.
We are displaying now a most beauti
ful tt.r of good appropriate lor gift,
ihnn and look before purchasing elee-
wiirr kI our exposition o( tor, doll,
gaioes, qn eneware, tmtmrtel chtnaware,
i imps, silver plad ware, fancy elation
ry, baeketa. O ir endleea vaiidy of
gHi,ls diie not allow u to aeleot any
oecial article to call the attention ot
I' e ruihiio. A vleit to our esialillshment
i-ill cmviiice anybody that It pay to
trade at
Tim Fair,
113 Sjuth Klml atreei.
II. W. I.mnnU, whi waa called to Arl
t ma out ou the Biuu Ke Pacific on
'p'olal liuslne-. returned to the city on
tin h dated passenger train lat bight
a Ml rgltered at 1 1 org' Kuropean. He
r. pils a great snow fall In tha vicinity
of Flagstaff ai d William, and eaya that
th enow at these two point I at leant
s'Veiiicen inchea on the level. Mr.
I.nniiits ft it that be will go to the
H.ienimentn country, objective point
"Alaiuogorilo, not "Alamo Hordo, to
morrow night, and after the traneartioo
of some Important hnetnem there, ht will
lo'iirn north to Santa Fe, where be will
l end the Christmas boltdaya.
II. I.. I.eavltt, mansger of Hagen'i
t' irle lotu'e Catiin ct ni.iauy. In au bid
lime Alhiiqu. rqnean, ami wa here when
t oy I .V tt u.le carried on a variety ahow,
wuh Pearl Anlen aud Trlxle" Vernon a
the favorite etnr. l-tavltt an I Barney
lj linn, in tl.oen early day of eliteeu
i are ago. got up a bt. Patrick'! day pa
r i le, and mml t it oue ot the big auo-
ses of that year. He ha met many
old time friend to day, and they have
as-ure.1 l,evlU that hi tiow at Orelie
trton hall thl evening will be well
patronlfd.
Conductor Richard II aye brought In
th limited passenger train from the
north to-day, arriving; on time, although
he had 1 1 overcome traveling through
s. m severe enow atorma np north. II
turned over to Conductor Fro t, of the
-Iauta Fe PaMiln, forty all through pas
senger for California point a.
J. 8. Humphrey, of Pueblo, Cole, who
a lu l Interested In mining In the Hell
canyon district iftid la here to enperln
tend the a"eameut work on hi elaluie,
cam In from th north last night gad la
registered at the rtraud Central.
The Herman Ladle- Aid society Will
hold a regular meeting at the rraldene
ot Mrs. W in Ooettlng, on Seventh street,
between Cupper and 1 1jeraa avenue, to
morrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. All
member requeued to attend.
I lelier T. Strong waa admitted to prac
tice law by Jti'lge Crnmpacker tht
ni'-rning until the meeting of the u
preme court, when he will take a regular
examination for admlwion to the bar.
Fred. Lewi and wife, and aeveral
other were nut yesterday sleighing, and
thi-r found the nnusual pat I me In tbn
valley a very pleasant diversion.
Frank Fnrrell, a relative ot II. 8. I.ltt
gnw, arrived from Chicago Sattirdy
evening, lie will remain In the elty
several day.
DEATH OF A HERO.
Untimely End of Gen. Garcia, the
Cuban Patriot.
Statni of N't' Citizens la Cberokee
Katlon It Canslnc Trouble.
' Aaaual Hectler ef the Amerkaa Fcacra-
Ilea af Labor at taatai CBy.
bio atctirTi or ooi at eiaraa.
."...4A!l?ll
Washington, Dee. It General Call i to
tarda, the distinguished in ban warrior.
bead of the oommimloo aent to thte coun
try by the tuhao aaeembly, 0le4 y eater
nay ot pneumonia.
PUNKUAL or SIN. UARCIA.
Washington, Dee. 12 The fnneral ot
Uen. tiarcia will be held to-morrow at at.
I'atrlrk'e chnrch. The body will be
placed in a vault at Arlington pending
removal to Cuba. The government will
place a wamhlp at tha disposal of the
cubaua tot thta par pose,
LAHOM CUMTKNTIOW.
Aonwal MMilag of Ika Aaiarleaa Padar
aatoa of Labor.
Kanaaa City, Mo, Dec, 12. The
eighteenth aunnal convention of the
American Fe-ieratlon of Labor met tble
morning. About li() delegate are prea
eut, and William Thorne and William
lutklp repreeenta the British Tratle
I nlonCongreee. Insklp'a nilmtoo in to
plead for eloeer alllanoe between the
I n tied 81 a tee and tbe mother country,
along Industrial aa well a political ilnea
1 he work of tha opening day Included
committee report, aeallog and rejection
ot eouteetad delega't. aud annual ad
drea of I'reetdent bamnel Hompera.
Theodore 8. Jon, of Kansa City, pre
Ident ot the National Building Trail
roniicll.callrd the aeoond annual conven
tion to order thl morning. Una of the
moat Important q nest Ion to be brought
up will lie tit establishment of Joint
board of arbitration to ba composed of
aiter builder aud member of the
building trades council, whtmeodlne ahall
be the settlement by arbitrating of all
dispute aud grievances between am
ployer and employe.
atmtae of Mogra Cltlaaaa.
Wichita, Kan, Dee. 11 Tha itatn ot
several thouaand negro clllisni In the
Cherokee nation la attracting great at
tention at Tahleqnah, L T. The Chero
kee alave holder did not define tha posl
tioa of theea slaves when they became
free, and many blacks are now seeking
the beet allotments, and are also demands
Ing their pro rata of the Invested fund ot
evaral millions. Ths toll-bloods serious
ly object.
Big Bold Kaealpta.
Denver, Dee. 13. Ths mint receipts for
the On,! in days of December amount to
t;73.HUU 82, a against $404,262.88 for tbe
t,rre ponding tluia In 18U7 gain of
17l.2ja.44.
Bookkeeper.
Wanted, position by aa experienced
bookkeeper and bulnea man. Good
references. Address W, Citizin office.
ivbs, ma PLOHiar.
For cut flowers, palms and holly for the
holidays.
IV as. TBI FLORIST.
Prot.raal Valoa or Am.rloa.
Regular meeting to night of Albnqner
que Lodge, No. be. F. II. A, at K. ot P
hall, on Uold ave, at 8 o'clock. All mem
bers ars requested to attend as there will
be business of Importance. F. M. Bishop,
F. U. W. C. Moutfort, Secretary.
A SENSIBLE SANTA CLAUS.
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li THK ONLY ONE THAT SHOULD
RKCKIVK RKCOONITIOX.
A pair of Shoe or Slippers from the
many handsome shapes in our a took
makes a leally worthy present. The
eceiplrutill derive lasting pleasure
and autlsfartlou from such a gift, and
your money will be well expended.
Cin't do better than suriound tb
tret In your own or some on else'
Htoi kings with a pair ot these Shoe.
We have the beet Footwear for Men,
Women aud Children.
GEO. G. GA1NSLEY & CO. ZSXSi.
Bill OKIIKMft WIVES CAMKrtlta ATTMTIOB,
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Strictly HcAdqu&rtcn
lor FINE GOODS.
No
Mivtij rccnt-ttiiin
Allowftl, and
Every (iuar.inU'e
Mailu Gc'mI.
1'iiii-s as low aa
Saint.' (jU '.l:t y of
(JuOth can lie
louit (or
Anywhere.
Mail crtt 'r
Solicited.
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The Leading Jewelry House
Of the Southwest
HOLIDAY GREETING.
Wc arc Jtt t Cloidtf up the Ileavieit Years' Bu'ineaa
w; luve vw.' h t.l, and wish i.i .his public way to
in kn w!cilo-' our appreciation of this. During this
month, Di'ieinber, our Mu. VV. J. Kennedy, will be at
po ut" alou ' the line of the Santa Fe Pac'fi; with an
FXEGANT LINE OF
Fine Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry,
wl.'e our MR. II. IC. l'OX withjlentyof he'p will
pt rsonal'y life for our city tratle.
I INE Vt ATCli i-OUK AN:) ARTISTIC ENGRAVING A SPECIALTY.
Diamonds.
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Watches,
Silverware,
Fine Clocks,
Jewelry,
Fine Lamps,
Knives and Forks
Rich Cut Glass,
Umbrellas,
Fine Canes,
Fine China,
Silver Novrhiea,
Gold and Silver,
Filigree.
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WATCHES SOLD TO RAILROAD MEN ON EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
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THE PHOENIX!!
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Jaagor's
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Announcement Extraordinary 1
Y " in I ti Ks'.sh di a p ecale it by mtrklnf all oif Q.ttls DOWr. befwt the It tlliUya. A heretofore
unu-uii n iirom- in r, fiereor givin rour p
mny O ir Stoc't ' ao I rirl d
aultab's for your fntier, in ith-r, bnithsr, slater, wlf or sweetheart or
uoveuy oragisstairil al e ro nmoi eenai prseeut.
pat -on a ehan te to bar hindsom t Chrlstm is nrnta for verv little
ne nive an lit nwt( an i latui siyie novsmet. w nave p-ew-ntv
fir ths llttlsooes, either some dainty
OUR STORE WILL BE OPEN EYEN1NGS FROI NOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS.
Timely Suggestions.
Novelty ir. Patterr foMe thai oos.
Kandi2 Ptt n.re'iiced to
H and f t Pat lorn t. relncn l t
f l and 7.'e Pattern, rs tore I to
l,dle-io Trnr Msd Si
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Suits now a? tut
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a.'itea na'svsri nac and F4iicvHl kn Brilliant-
ren. 1,'dies' Cloth aid Oiitlag flannsl at
Hieclal liiiriralu.
Laili"' Neckwear In all the lat'st novelt'es.
Mil ics' Fsncy Crusi Bel s. Acn T ea, "The
CeyranoFalrC b ii," l a e Hun Ik rrhlsfs.sts,
Mexiran lrawn Work. Tlilte. Hrewer aid Table
Hcarf. I) ti I e'c.
Isill and T .y f.f the little en a.
Toilet rases, ('unh a id Hru h ?et. fl'ova sad
llandkercVef Cases Work Holes Co'lar and
Cuff Hox-s A bums
For Fancy Work.
lullrate 81ml- or C-lna 8Jlk, ChtfT in. Hallos
and Teffals. All h tie of Croct-e'. Fllo and
Fmbroldtirv Hllk. Kihhort. lace, Zphyr
Yarn Ire Wool an I CrocVt Cottons. Colore I
Crepe Paft-r. I,"i. Ml',
Some Snaps.
76c. Cor!, now
8 pa'ri Men Ho
a pair Latles' 11
to j. Men's Htiependera
Ltitltr Ribbed Vest..
Ladles' Union Htilt..
Man's Heavy Ribbed Fleeced L'nel t'nlerwear,
Mens lis ivy Camel Htir ie-eed LI net
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..40a.
Under-
SOs.
Pa-its, neat stripes
11.60
11.60
uj to 75e, yard on
zac.
wear
Man's Heavy All -Wod
anl well mails. ...
Biy's all-wotl Hulta
On Lot Dress Oooil, worth
uoi at ,
Lad ss' Walking Hats at New Yoik cost
Ladies' Glove Special.
One lot Kid Otnvs In Tans, Green and Black,
sties tt, 6, 8, 7 and 7. Thete are our regu
lar $'i on glove now $1.28
On lot Dressed Kid (Hove In Tan and Black.
Flies IS. . and 7'; wars 11,75 ant $2.00 now 76c.
One lot nndreesel Kid Gloves, $1.76 quality, sli
0,4. 6 and . bow 7G.
Ons lot Uousqu-UIrs In Tsn and White. ail sties,
worth op to $1.76 now... 7So.
B. ILFELD & CO, Proprietors.
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and Box Coats
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Reefers.
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than all competition an acll them.
From $2.00 to $26.00.
E. L. WASH BURN & CO.
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McCALL BAZAAR
PATTERNS.
AU PatUnu 10 and 15c
NONE HIGHER
Till-
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201 Railroad A?nnne, Albuquerque, N. M
XlcClxtoca. t3tore xx tlio
MAIL ORDERS
FilktJ Same
Day aa Rccdrci.
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CHRISTMAS IS COMING!
And This Store Is Ready '
With holiday ato ks a. uVr ht ight, all ready for your inspection, gathered in a bigger, more
in'tllijjent wy than ever before. If yoo would benefit by the bountiful atock of
aervici'able artirlea, come now. Your aelection will be held for Christmas
werk delivery if you wiah.
Suggestivo Presents
FOR GENTLEMEN.
Silk Mu III its, Cashmere Muffler,
Iultiitl Hilk llundktrrhlefs,
SI k Suspenders In glass bin,
Hilk Neckwear in slnirte I ox,
Initial ami Plain Linen Handkerchiefs,
Kinlirolil'-ret and Plalu. N'lglitrobes.
Silk riubrell-is in single boiee,
Ja"Ker I'uderwear lu single aud
double breasted,
A lartfe line of 0 lures.
Flue Dress Klilrts,
Curved Lenther Belt.
Bilk and Wool OvershirU,
California Overshlrt,
Collur aud Cuff lloxo.
Ktreling Silver Novelties in an
Knilles Verlety and many other
Artinlo that would make a
L'seful and kivep' .hie
(ilft to a geu( ..man.
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MAKE
A
GUESS
ON
HOW
IN
OUR
WINDOW
YOU
MAY
WIN
THI
PRIZE
Temptations
FOR LADIES.
Las or Chenille Curtain.
Ppa-hel Lluen Pieces,
Meilrau Drawn Work,
Kennalssance Doll Sqnares, etc.
Hand-made Center Pieces,
Fringed aud Hemstitchel
Taide Linen Hettt,
Celluloid Novelties.
811k Waists. Skirts, Dress Patterns,
Fur Cane, Collarette. Feather Boss
Kid, Bilk and Wool Gloves.
Lid add bilk Mittens,
Bhopplug: Bav and Chatelaine,
Down Comfort,
Fmbroldered Apron,
Carved Leat her Kelt,
Purse aud Card Cases,
Bids and Pompadour Combs.
Sterling Bllver Novelties,
ellrerware, Cut tilaaa.
Art Linens of every kind.
Handkerchiefs, the best
Bsleeted U'k in the west.
Metal Belt aud the latest fad
Cyrano Neck Chains,
Fans, Child' Fur Rett and
Many other Useful
Christmas Preaeuts.
FJtEE! FKEE! FREE! A DOLL OR A PAIR OF SHOES!
PKE OI'H WINDOW DHPI.AY OF HANDKERCIIlf ?' Tbs llttls minor boy, under twelve years of age. gnesalua
the neiire.t niiuilier of handkerchief lu ths wludow will receive. If a mis, the doll; 11 a bay, a pair of
slue. 1 hi la free conteat. No on larequlred tomak a purchaaa
in order to gweas. ill free and all wsloms.
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