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ILBIJ J1 II PUIXTIM, f la atl id numer in end airtrw Jbraocbc But T son. si 1 r HTliBHINJ Wo.- o-.-. HOOK BINDING to all tu numerous and diror branches otly doo t ff L VOLUME 12. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MiiXICO, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 4, 1898. NUMBER 66. Trim 11 E Citizen. ai ERttTJE V. V Senator Hanoi Said to be Short Two Votes. Blfgest Political Eir Witn. Fight In Progress sstd la Ohio. One oft Swindling iuw Yirk Firm Sur readers to itu folic. COLD IH IIW TOtI STATI. CLAIM REJECTED! nllway yards, nt Argentti e, Kan, anil a collision followed. Chun. K. Landers, a xtix'kuiRn from Itrarllton. Kan., was killed, hint M. I.. Mearn, A. C. Olln, two sttirktiieri. and John C. Myers and J. M. T . , , MoA.l..w.tollTTym.nf Ottawa. Kan.. WO AfflSriCuQ UllZfillS LOSC wete Injured. Th stockn en wre In the caboose o' the wrecked train. A olll.lon at litoro. A had-end edll-l on occurred M 'Uday in ruin n the pinnta Ke road near Oti rn, N. M. between theeaat bound Cali fornia express, which left this city 8n- .lay night, and a westbound freight Fortunately the engineer saw tin dan ger l i II Hi" to slow tip an i. a to avoid a eeiloun wreck. Both nig!m a hi d the ex press nnd bsgg iga ran were cu.si h r : rbly damaged. bu tit mm wan hurt. Tie : ncei lent m du to ths fsct that tli Colum'.nn, Ohbi, J im. 4 Previous to Imwht, train wan nnm'i on the paa thean.seaib.i'jg ot the lels'atur toslay 'sottg-r's tiiii". O inlud r Mt'!i I iii, of thpra wpre ciiifcrcnrfH (.n both kIiIph on ' tli frdalit train, liiiui fllaicly tlc tba acnatorlal c lilmt. Tim Hanna men grupMpd bin r.Klitnatiou to liiviaion 8up elalmed tohava fldn from Rpprewnta-1 fiinu inlcnt Hurler, at tliw rame tima ft tlfes (Jriffin, of I'nlnu, and Joyce, of Car-; tlalniu tliat bin inlUk wan the rwult roll, who voted for Maxon jrenterday for jot liln watcli tiii.nii.K down. apeaker, but with tiio noubtful arrtn lonn were nhort two -ten of enough to elect liepiibllcan riuhn, coiuiuitteen and other orpinltatloiM at the liomen of doubtful rombiiiH' Ion men have been en-1 Preeldeiit Putney vailed the raetlng tinted an I ni.ny delcKatione of vlnlting ( !o order and ou roll call the followliu Htateameti are arriving, one of the Bret member answered to their nmnen: Trim- Claims Against Mexico. THIS acllUUI. TKHTKW A lliilnM-l.lke M,rtln I t l1it All 'Irm'lier. K.-r.lrrltHl. being from the boiim of Governor Bmh Dell, Sprlnicflel I. Tlie coniDlned vppeiA tloo to Hanno 1 etill uiieertaln na to a candidate. 01110 ilemocratn o ject to 0'eruor l u-liiii ll 0 Mor McKi n. ' or Mr. Kuril, or any other re uMieaii yet uggented for eenator. Senator Harke.ol Cleveland, arrival to day from Chle W" and e.nupletd t'ie full j attendance ot eenatoia. Hurke vi.t.ed with the democrat, I nt t.iok bin reat on the republican nii'e In the house all aorta of bllla were In trodifel avaiiHl c iriHiratioun, an tlini-tH at.Senatvir Hanna. A delegation of 3e0 from Spring flebl, the ho'iiM i( (invernor H11 liliell marchl 'u!o the i-tate Iiouhi, Hear ing II tuna I'BiUim, and tilled on the goreruor In r-ni nn. to their pro teetf, Ooveruor Hushnell eaid lis repuhllcanimii hat uevir before been queftioueil.ai.il ho received the rixht ot bin Imliv.diiHl opinUuia eud prefereiieen The 6prliille'd ileligitiou then joined the other voting delcgatloun c uiiiig In to protent anaiuat tlie action i t repnb lloann combining with democrats to d" feat Hanna. I he line of yeetenlay wn dtntitictiy drawn, showing the HeiiHteto eland 1 to I? aiialual Hiima, and the bou 66 to 63 a;;n'nt him, leaving him three bort n' 1 nouh votes 011 J dnt ballot for eleishm. During the toon ri-ceea there were h v ral flat Ughtn. A nurprlsH w. created thU a'torno ri by the aiiiioii'iceineiit that the II tuna niJU had changed their plan for a joint senatorial republican c iii"ih to-morrow The Qght will go 011 without cuucu de cree on either MiK Mr. Hryan for C' ngrr... Lincoln, January 4. Political frlendx ot Mr. Rryau have arraiiReil 11 little eur prlae for htm on M return in the hap ot the proffer ot the fueiou nomiiiatton for emigre from thin (the IUiU dlatrlct.) Borne lielfeve he will accept, othera Hax that he still coiiQilently eipecta to le the democratic etaudard bearer In 111 0. Tnl diatrlct ban been represented by a republican xiuce Mr. Rryau retired. SwlDdl- r aurrvniter Kew York, Jan. 4. Jamen B. Kellojg, ne of the tuemhera of the defuuet tlrui ot K 9. Dean & Co., surrendered hltnxelf. fie wan placed under bail for eiHinlna tion for cinnpiracy to defraud. Kelbgg Is the reputed founder of Dean & ' . Myron L. Bernard and Ram Keller, pres ident lud manager, eUTeudered yes terday . Kumi I II Mora Mark. 1. Kansaa City, Jan. 4. Cattle rwelpu 7,0(10. Market etrong. Teian nteera. (2.76(14.35; Teias cowh, $H.2'(i?3.0; native eleera, (:i2ia6('; native cow and heifer-'. J2.Mna4 (K; tockers and teedera, '2.75iJ4.26; Lull-, 2.60(a4 00. Sheep Receipt. 8,fKM; market ftrorg Lamba, (3.8 6.1V 1; mutton", (2 Ot kit 1.66. Colli Vtmllirr. Malone, N. Jan. 4. The coldeet nweather of the aeaaon wa experleucd here to-day, the mercury regm'ering 34 degrees below sero at f-aianac I. ke, and 35 lielowat Mountain View aud 'i'l below In this city. Dead. Eau Claire, Wi., Jan. 4 William Car son, a millionaire lumber rutin, db d here to-day aged 80. Mr. ( arson did a grent deal toward the building up ot Kau Claire. Pitteburg, Jin. 4. Kmployea of tti Carnegie teu Inch mill at ilouietead re fused to accept the new scale of wagea aud the mill ban been clueul ludcQuitely. Clilraao Oram Market. Chicago, Jan. 4. Wheat January, DO?,; May, til,' (0. Corn Jaiiucrv, 2H',,c 'Jli'nC. Oatk Jauuaiy, --1; May, teen Jamen, Kox, Snyder and Strong; Trustee lur klu and Chamberlin rame III later, Trilnlen 'iiegolilt being absent. The minute ot the previoin meeting were then rood and a 'proved. Warrant wr re ottl Ted drawn tor the following billK! W. II.HiilinA Co, coal furnished In Dicember. Ih7 (70 45 Frank McKee, tieeMin r, cnimi- H .lis i awl As-essi.r lliibta ll. . . . 23 83 AlliuiUcr.Ue Kouiol-y uud Ma i liiiie Co., cualiug linings for gr tes 3") 81 I C. H il IrnUe, iirub r 2 US K II. ( lirisi, Ir aMirer, rent aCl- tinny b l.lii.g 60 (Ki TI.e report ot Iriasurer McKee wae read, allowing a bilauce ou baud Jan uary I, 1H.H8. of IB.6W.HU. Tlf eup.rinleotleiit reail bin report, anil i-poke in regard to admitting uplle to the echi ols that could not lm c'ahel lie.t It wr tl. 'filled to a low childien to en'er ti." Ha:ue an ha In en dime In the pa d, anil 10 provide for t'i'tn. lie also epoke regan'l ig obtaining a -t of welgl t a id unaaurea tor each of ill- ward building '. Iru-t 'e Fox moved, seconded by Trus tee Jnuea, that Hiime be procured. Car rl.sl. 'I I e clerk was Instructed to write and ascertain thec.st of iwvnly Ave copies of dioiru' Uidory of N w Mexico tor lbs use of (lie different building', aud order Mine). 'Die teacher' cjuimittee recommended that the time of employment of the pre- enl corps of (cachets be extended to the ml ot the M'hool year. It was go ordered. The ealalles nre to remain the same. with th exc ptlon of Misa Kdlth Stevens, who will riceive an ntlvauce ( t (5 per in uith. A bill from the Water Supply company. amounting to (76 10, was referred back to the Unaiice Committee. Trustee Fox stated that he had seen Mr. Kergusaon, preeid-nt of the Western Kdiicatlonul aocl-ty, when ha passed through here tor California, and wished to know if the board would like to meet htm ou his return In regard to the pur chase of the Academy building. The prevailing opinion of the board wa to the etiecl that It would not be wise to purchase the building. l'rof. Smith, principal ot the High schtail, then addreed the board and aked them to buy a I let ot supplies he had made up for lite study ot physics. mil he was authorized to purchase same. Trustee Fox moved, seconded by Trus tee Snyder, that the board go luto execu tlve session, which lie. lion was lost on a ilsuiti Vu'e, ai follow: Yea Fnx, Sny dr. Chamberiii ; uay. James, Haukiu, Strong, I'utney. I tie board then adjourned. i) ur 11. a. o. 11. w. Kxcelslor loilge No. 1 will meet in reg ular session to morrow u'ght at their hall .u south Secotid street , at 7:11' I o'clock All Uii'lubi-rs reqtiesleil to be present Visltiug m-Miibers cordially iuvlted to be present. Supper will be served by tl lew otncers ol Hy order or the (J. t II. K HtiFrMAN, H..cordiiig Secie'.ary Senutor Td'.er Is Opposed ti lbs DIsracmb.rlDi of Cbitu. Many Prnon InJareJ In Londo, Ontario, by Falliof Floor. IIW JAPAKSI CA11HIT. Ni w York. Jar. 4. A social to the Herald from Waahington sas: Greatly to the stirpilseof ailuilnlxt'su m m -liil-. the reward of the artd.er .) the mntter of tin claims of Chnrle (il I i .il r a id Ilartura M. Mrnneiiger, cli'snis ef th United States ag.ilnst th g .teni'iient of Mexico, In against the 1 1 tliuatit'. The only exp-nre to winch M io will b' put will be to pay li lf ih cost of ;L pnajredirg Oberlatnler, a d'epn.y sheriff of tb coiin'y ot San Diego, ft. I , w-nl into Mexican territory in exaui iie Ium a sui in ingress ami b-cnino iuvd.-d In u dispute. He was knocked iIoaii hu! searciied by the .Mexican p dice, who found In It's put k 'l ti warrant fort.'ie arret of a Mcxicni w'i i In I c 'in ultted an t.ffensK ti Caiifoiiua. (Ki.Tl.tmli'i wan tek 'It to jail, but e-c iped to ; lie housa if Mrs. Mosacucer, In California. She was very much frigliteuel when the Mexican oUlclaU entered audaeli'dher guest Despite hr pio'entatlou. Ob T lander w in dragged dowu the roat, the woman following and ecr. lining fur he p. The Atu.'ilc.iii uilnl-ter to M. x le 1 s-cored the release of Ob -rlander. 0.ier a nit r Hiid a clulin for (60, ( 0 and Mr. MessengT one f .r 26,niO Secretary O uy cou-enled to arbitra;! m and 011 March 2 li t. signed a p'otieol refenti g tin clilius to S-uor Dm Vi cente G. Q'tes 1 ta. minister ot Arg u.tii a, at Midi id, for settlement. The eagles ennvey the operator rver the omp of the enemy and the chair Is so well hnlariced like the cars of the Kerrls wheel that the operator ran observe vervthlng beneath without difficulty. The o'hr lnvntor uses an ordinary bal 1 am tui' overcomes pn verse air currents by having a di i--u storks carry It In the direction he wishes to ao. Th driver Is In a basket and guide the feathered steeds. I'rrpetual Kotloa. Syracuse. N. Y J411. 4.-8. B. Rogers, carpet.t -r of this city, claims to have lived the pto'ilem of perpetual motion. I p f six weeks ago he had never thought f the iiuestton. Then he hail a dream and tip n awakeulng Informed his wifs thst he had discovered the secret of lr petnal motion. The next day hs omt uc'ed a simple machine, which, by the arrangemeut ot neuual we'g'its upon two wheels and suitable gearings, when ones started runs tor an unlimited time. Mr. Rogers !:!( v.' that It not stopped the machine ul 1 run until wo, u out Crowds are about the mechanic's house dally, bnt hs ot lulls only a favored few to view the 111 ii 1 1 i i.e. a he is perfecting it. Mr. Holers has applied for a phleul. NKW VOHH fOLlTICS, Iter Will lie Hard Serlmm.( Pr.ll Hiiu. at AlltaMf. Allmiy. N. Y , Jan. 4. The legislature t H.m will meet at the capital to mor- iw, J uiuaiy 6, at noon. The senate, by ir.ueot the new constitution, remain r a thud year, the same as tbe two pre- I ms srstdons. lu the oaaembly the republicans have it a bare wotkiug majority ot four votes, Including twocltixeus' union mem- r from New York city. This small 111 1 J irlty means that no appropriation ile cun be passed without lbs aid of l ui'tciiitlc voles to make up the two- iilnls and tliree-Qflhs votes demauded by th" constltiition upou all bills approprl- ng state money. The seuate ba a ery large republican majority, there be ing thirty-six republicans aud only four- leeu democrat. May, falsi Hallway Ar.lil.-lit, Kansas City, Jan. 4. While Janus T-cott, a Santa Fs railway engineer, sb-pt in the cab ot his engine this morning, his engine, drawiug a Imu string 1 of freight and etock cars, bore pauy. down upon another freight train, mi v. I Wanled-A set of bix.k to keep at lug In n a iltle track if tbe t-ii! t Fe ' fight. R. F. II., care ( iti.kn. l-ur ih1.. Frame cottage, lot 60x147 feet; house' hold goods, new ba e burner. Can be -cell at any time. Imiutre i f J. I,. An drewH, till south K li.h street. No action was tuk-'ii by Probate Judge K. A. Itulibe I to-day oil tha report of John A. Lee as adnriiis'rator fur the estate ot e,. K. TallHiti. The court has taken the repoit under advisement until January 16, when he will hand dowu his decision 011 the mailer. Judge J. W. Crumpacker and Clerk ot Court Harry Owen will return to-night after a holiday visit of two weeks with trietidi In Iu lUini and CMciig , respeo lively. Alex. Conrad, a miner of the Bland tteigUborhiHsl, la tu the city, aud has bis signature on the register at Sturges' Kuropean. For Sale Four gentle horse for rid ing or driving. D 'iiuhoe Hardware c ui- fkiuii rixx vr ii:ir. rinor or a ll'V llll rails, anil Many Kill -d ami It.J iri il. London, O.t, Jan. 4 I ftenly live person were killed and a laig number seriously Injured by the c llap.se of the floor lu the city hall, wtn-re a political meeting wan tu progress last night. Dead: Beujamt'l Knash. carriage maker; John Turner, earrl ge mukei; John Burrldge, sh wmaksr; Frank Rob inson, plasterer; Crawford B rkll, eon tractor; K Iward Lux ton, farmer; W. II. Bell, baker; K. D. Leigh, plumber; Abra ham Phillips, U uir (teller; B"iij4iiilu Jacques, pa.nter; Stephen Williams, la- borei; W. C. Smith, gardoner; L. W. Burke, J. W. Fellows, James Harris, moulder; Wl'son Carruthers, aon of Wil son Carruthers; Fred. Heaman, son of W lleaman; W K. Talbot, young son of W Talbot; Oswald Rrune, son ot Vi. Bruce shoemaker; Aleeu Lowe, sou of K Lowe John Burgess, laborer; Herman Hilhert, peddler; James McLean, young son of James McLean. The union jack to day fl ats at half mast over the city hall, but Is not ueedtd to remind citizens of the horror of last night. The city hall preseuU the appear ance ot a wreck, and the streets are crowded with sorrowing cilisens. Many ot the injured are not expecl"d to re cover, aud others will be confined to their beds for mouths. City Kugiueer Graydon states that the cause ot the accident wa the breaking of a heavy beam which ran beneath tbe Hour, throwing a l people eWudln with iu a large s a -e luto one mans. The en glueer did uot con-lder the hall danger ous, and says that the tremendous weight simply caused the beam to suap. IHHM.TOH (r HtlLKOAI'H. A H'lsrun.lia Mao Nuw llr.otl Moaol ol All hlnoao Lluea. Steveu's P.lut. "I'., Jan. 4,-Captatn Rich, formerly chiel mgiueerof the Wis I'utiH'.u Central lullroad mid later con 111 cli-d lu the same i-apucity with the 'Sou" line, has teeu appointed director 1 f railways lu China. Ile speul the most of the List ye.ir lu China, and while there tlihd'a suivey seven hundred miles in toe interior of that country tor a railroad from Hankow to l'eklu tor the Chinese government. He ret unit tl to this Coun try lat August, but lelt last Thursday to assume tint duties of his new 10 Ition ,1 ....Leading Jeweler.... WATCH INSPECTOR SANTA FE JtAILWAY ALbUQUEKQUE, N. M. Watches, Diaiuouds, Jowolry, Siivorwaro. ClilrN.u AUH'. .Hal km. I h'cago, Jan. 4 Cattle Receipt", 4,5imi; ele.dy. Beeves, (:).h5ta5.4 ); CH- el. d In if. is, fj In Hut 6o; sUa'kers ale leixUl.4, i'i 1-14 4.26; lex steers, :i 26itt4 .6. Sheep llecelpts, JiiiHKi; ..o.l hhei strong, olhela flow Native Hheeu. i3(ma.7i); westerns, 43.404.4.; lambs, (( (it6.h6. hrnalur Trller I'tut. .la. New Yik. Jan. 4. "It is our duty to prevent lit" r.lsmeuibenug ul uuun. said Senator Teller, of Colorado, lost uight. "Vie should join with (ireut Hut uiu iu a notice to Kus.la aud tiermauy that disiiieuibermeiit will not be permit ted. Kveu without Great Britain w should give such notice. Almost our very existence as a natlou Is Involved rtr. at aiiM-kiuo. Stockton. Cal., Jau.4. Two war' house ol the Farmers' l ulon and Milling com tauv burned this uioiiiiiig. The ware houses were Ulled wilh grain. Loss, (61)0,000. yiyliif Macltlue.. Washington, Jan 4. The inventors of (lying machines have broken out afresh, Two of them consider their Inventions suitable for war uurposes aud have sent description to the ordnance department Both luveutors propoe to use birds t motive power. One coutrlvauce provides for gut Hug a pair ot ejglee from a self lsvellng ouslr, la wuioU Us operalor sits. Hiu at' IT. Several ll.i.tno Corporotlous Band for Atli-ft'd. lllegol TraUMMtluoo. Boston, Jan. 4. Mill was tiled to day g lint-t the Boetoti, South Boston, Kox- nry and Ray State, ot Massachusetts; as company ot Delaware Bay; Stats Gas ouipauy, of Nitw Jersey; Albert C. Bur rs go, ot Koston; Henry u 'gers and John Moore, New York; New Kugland Ga. and Coke company 1 K. C. Pruyn, Stephen rVabody, Ueury Dlmuiock, George C. Ha- n, A. N. Brady, Kuiersou McMlllla, M II. Paget, New York; William F. Klkins ud William Filun, Plttebu-g; Richard Otoey, Henry M. W hltuey and Robert W id, ot Boston. The suit was entered by James L. M inning, of Lynn. Tbs bill oontaius pirently a complete history of gas tusactious since November 1, ItSUt), most ef which are referred to as being made by unauthorised officials and there- ire Illegal or fraudulent, especially the recent sale ot the Brookllne aud Dor heeler ga couipautee to the New Kng- laud Uaa aud Coke company. N t.blu.t. Yokohama, Jau. 4. Marquis I to is forming a new cabinet. All Ha-KloctMl. The stockholder of the Bank of Com merce, lu pursuance of published ootice, held a meeting yesterday In tU presi dent's risim ot the bank, and al'. the pre ent ofllcers and directors o'. tlie bank were unanimously re elected. They are a follows: M. S. Otero, president; B. P. Schuster, vice president; W. 8. Stick ler, cashier; II. J. K.uersou, assls' taut ca bier. These gentlemen are also dircctora with the following: J. C. Biitlrige, W.C. Leonard, A. Klsemaun, A. M. Black .veil aud W. A. Maxwell. The Bauk of Commerce In forging ahead one "f the solid banking establishments of the southwest. It will do a big bus iness this year. A Kabul iio.ulDf . Samuel Neustadt, of Giuusteld Bros., r. reived a cablegram from London, this morning, staling "that he, Dr. Green burg, has accepted the olllce of Rabbi'' for the Jewish congregation of this city. f he doctor is a dulshed writer, nud coiuee from the old country highly recommend ed as a pulpit orator. He will arrive In a few weeks. Republicans till Control Both Bodies of Legislature. B e Mass of Legislation to Come be fore Congress. Csblott nccttor Heif To-4y sod DIkui- tloa ot QtU Service Law. axioms a nttaisirr a amica. Annapolis, Md, Jan. 4. The Maryland legislators meets hers to-morrow. The republicans will sleet all the rffloeni of both ths hones and senate. Balloting tor United States senator to succeed Gorman will not begin for at least a week. Judge McComae, of Hagers town, aod Major Alexander Shaw, of Baltimore, are ths most prominent can didates. Senator Wellington has de clared himself for McComas and the po litical feud, so long existing between them Is at ao end. r.IU.otJ EL.tloa. Johannesburg, Transvaal, Jan. 4. Vot ing la the presidential election com menced yesterday. Ths candidates are Krager, Joubert and Schalkburger. Jon bert accuse Schalkburger ot breaking his engagement not to run. Us declares that If Kruger Is re-elected hs (Joubert) will eontlnue in offloe as commandant general, bat It Schalkburger is elected he will resign. WORK Ur CO NOR KM, laiportaat Ho.laoH to Come Horora Ih Hod 7 lhl. Wlot.r. Wa-hlngton, Jan. 4. When congress reaeeembles to morrow, after tbs holiday recess, the members of both branches will Ond an Immense amount of work Oefors them. The present Indications are that an adjournment cau not be taken much before the first ot August. 1 here is much Important legislation to to disposed ot lo ths near future, not ably the Hawaiian annexation treaty, ths railroad antl-scalplug meas ure, ths new financial bill hich la now before ths house flnancs committee, ths changing of tbs etvtl ser vice law to the old system, aud an other edition ot the Loud postal bill which created so much discussion a year ago, aod which wlU be Introduced in tbs near future. Speaker Reel in ths house w.ll probably have lbs new rules for gov erning that body read by tbs end of this week. Ths administration, daring ths reoess, has been using all ths power at its com uiand to secure ths ratification of the Hawaiian treaty by ths senate, and Mr. McKlnley's effirU will be successful beyond a doubt While the lutereet ot ths country la al ways centered la this city durlug a session of congress, it will, for ths tlms being, be transferred to Columbus, Ohio, where Senator Uanna's tight for election to the United States senate is now on. Ths president baa dons sverythlng in bis power to assure Hanua's success, bat there are grave doubts as to whether Mr, McKlnley's political manager will re ceive the Indorsement of ths Ohio legis lators. Cablo.t Mooilaa. Washington, Jan. 4. At a meeting of the cabinet to-day, attended by all the members except Alger and Long, replies to be submitted by various secretaries to the senate resolution calling for Infor mation a to the application ot the civil service law to several departments of government and recommendations, it any ths secretaries have to make, regard' lug the admluislrallon of law were fully discussed. The head ot each de partmeul will submit to the senate la dividual replies to the resolution. Only the geueral tenor ot replies was under discussion. The senatorial situation In Ohlowss alluded to, and the pi esldeut expressed leep c mcern, but said that he believed Hanna would succeed himself. Want l-A Mall. One ot Albuquerque preening want h a bail siiiianie ror miner entertain .ills, lectuiei and meetings for various lupuses. One wilh a seating capacity of say tour hundred, well heated and I ghti d. would uncut till the bill. Fei kins hall would do very well, but t he schtsil board think they cannot afford he cont of eveu one stove or suitable I ghts. A Sl KrUHKB. For Sale Four geutle horses for rid ing or driving. Donahue Hardware com puny. Mall Orders Given Careful Attention and Pro 111 ly Filled Tl I ST1! Agent for Butter ick'R Patterns and Dr. Jaeger's Underwear. Bargains Extraordinary ! To close out nil ol the oddi and ends that have accumulated in tha various departments during the big Holiday Rush, we shall make sweeping reductions on all remnants, broken lots, odds anl ends, etc., regardless of cont. You may fiad just what you want in these odt lots. If you should, remembtr that one dollar will do the work of two. We will mention a few of the many good things for this week. 1 hese prices speak for themselves. Item nan tu. Remnants of Silks, Remnants of Wool Dress Goods, Remnants of Ging hams, Remnants ot Flannels, Remnants of Staple Cotton Goods, in different lengthi up to a full dress pattern, Black and Colors, will be placed on tables and marked one-half actual value. Towels. Od 's and ends and broken lots of fine Damask and Muck Towels, White and Fancy Bordered, Hemstitched and Knotted Fringe. Lot t, worth 15c at Do Lot 2, worth up to 25c at lffo Lot 3, worth up to 35c, at 1 5c Other Towels at 25c, 30c and 45c, worth up to 75c each. Ladles Waists. Three lots of Ouiiig Flannel Waists of (food matt rial and will made. To close them out we will make the following special prices; Lot 1, worth 4rc, at, 2o Lot 2, worth 75c, at fOo Lot 3, worth $1, at 75c SHE WINDOW DISPLAY. Underwear. Odds and ends of Underwetr f-r Men, Women and Children, at onc-ha'f actual value. One lot Men's Natural Wo-jI Un derwear, worth 75c, at One lot Men's Extra Fine Woolen Underwear in odd sizes, worth $'.aS. at One lot Children's Underwear, worth up to 50c, at 3!c Giro 25c Ladles' Wraps. sizes of Capa and to 50 per cent less on On lot of broken Jackets at from 25 than actual value. SEE WINDOW. A specid reduction of to per cent every Cape or Jacket in the house. Fnrs. To close out all of our Fur Boas, Muffs, and Sets, we have marked them one half New York cost. $4.50 to $7.50 Fur Boas, at S3.25 and $2.50 $4.50 to $7.50 Fur Muffs, at.... $2 and $2 25 $12 Fur Boas, at $ LOO $a to $2.50 Children's Fur sets, at 75o and $1.0O fi-rr nTF3TP5Tr -Tn ESEEOS. E.L. For WASHBURN & CO. Clothing Men and Boys. rr : Our clothing is made by tho best tailoring houses in America. Per fect lit and serviceab le. Prices tho lowest for good clothing in our city. Railroad Avenue, - Albuquerque Mooaf M or Mel. New Yoik. Jan. 4. Money on call. nominally ikgt per cent. Prime mer cantile paper. '&m. M S. Rchmldi, president of the Klec- t ic Axle Lighting company, came lu f 1 0111 Chicago l ist night and is at Btur geV Kuropean. The ax'e light" Is now In use ou ttauW Ke railway coaches aud Is In great favor with the railrt ad em ployes. Mr. Hchm.dt will leave this evening for California. It is learned, with considerable regret, that Hilly Reeds, the favorite slew clerk, left the city without first arranging to settle a uuiuber of bill due merchants. It Is also understood, however, that hs Informed two or three creditors that be was about to depart. AGENTS OK. McCaU Bazaar Patterns. AD Patterns 10c and 15c NONE .ilCi i i . THE ECONOMIST MAIL ORDERS Filled ame Day as Rcitived 204 Railroad Ivnuo. A'buciuerqurv H. a. THE BEST UUIITK1) 8T0HE IK THE CITY. We Take Inventory Next Week! And in order to reduce our stock to the lowest possible limit, we will sell Dry Goods of all kinds without profit. Wow here is an opportunity to lay in .i year's supply. 44 Happy New Year" mm v-' -A v H X . WE WELCOME '98. jjHERES TO ITjjj May the New Year witness the great est shoe selling; ever seen in this house; may we do better by you and may you do as good by us j may the shoes of '97 see you safely Into '98, and may they lead you to come to us (or the next pair needed. We are not saying much about selling at cost, but we are selling the shoes. 3 GEO. C. GAINS LEY & CO., Reliable Shoe Dealers. Ladles' W nippers. Made c f Fine Quali ty Hanre't'tte. Made like cut, riiirk colors unlv, full swei p ar d wnir-t lined. Only t)Jo Euch. Reg- Dress Ooods. Ladies' cloth, 50 inch wide, all wool. ular 50c goods, to close out, only 2t)c. English Ladies' Cloth, 54 inch wide, all wool and all colors and black. Regular 65c goods, only ll)c. All Wool French Weave Fancy Serges Colors, blat k, navy, brown, green and plum, reduced to 75c. All other Dress Goods reduced in propor tion. lteninants, ltemannts. During the big rush ot last week we hive accumulated a big lot of remnants of Dress Goods of all kinds, which we have placed on a Remnant Counter atone-half regular prices. Tiiderwear. Hy an error the manufacturer shipped us oni' cane Ladies' Underwear 60 days later than h' should liuve d ne. They wi re bought to s- 1 ft r 3jc, but on account of mis-shipme t take tlern f r 22c each. See window display. dents' Underwear. See window display. One cast; of men's ribbed grey fleeced underwear, bought to sell at 65c ea h, but on account of late shipment, take 'em for 1 l)c each. Gents' Wool Overshlrts. See window display. A manufacturers' (ample line of men's floe wool overshirts, worth up to $3 each take your pick of any in the lot for only l)5c. Men's Slippers. Broken sizes of men's house slippers, all sizes, from 6 to 10, goods among the lot worth up to $2.50 take your pick for only 75c. Men's Neckwear. All our fine Tecks and Puffs, which sold up to 90c each take your pick for only 50o each. MUHSKD AM) HOILKI) II ANDKKKt 111 UPS. Over a thousand soil it, niufed, crumpled and dusty handkerchief, collected from the Holiday Handkerchief shows from the wlud iws, sale tables, store shows aud shelves -The odds aud ends ot our Holiday Handkerchief seUiug thrown luto two lots, placarded 6c and 9o. Women's plalu hemstitched. Women's embroidered and scolloped edges, Women's hemstitched and embroidered Cor ners, everv handkerchief mors or less soiled aud mussed durlug the great holiday soiling, go ou the Bargain Table for ,5. and 9e each.