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JOB PllOTISG J la fl fc. mwhm an- dhrtrw BOOK BINDING ta kfl H hwnrom w bnncba neatly hrnc-i dee TXU9 7XTXSjnT. TMH OITXBaN. VOLUME 12. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 5. 1898. NUMBER 65. HE Bitter FigM Over the Pending Senatorial Election. Senator Banna's Friends Patting In Hard Work far Him. numerous rresUentUI Appointments Sent to the St s(e. SUGIT mill IH PLOBrDA. Coluiiitni, 0.. Jan. 6. The senatorial Content broke more bitter to-day than erer. After the NonMlIonal "Velouinents of lnt night la connection with the re peated change) of Representative Grif fith and other douhtful members, eklr mUhlng proceeded more clandestinely on both al 1M. No claim of changes were made 0.1 either aide. It watt the purpoee of the managers in not holding an; can cm to be able to keep their own secrete till the ballottnft begin. week hence. It Is beltered that art; ret compacts are being made tht will not become known until the rotes ot members are recorded. The situation In the snie ae after the or ganisation of the legislature on Monday. All those who Changed preference, yes terday were brought back during the night to their orlglunl places. There waa much comment to-day on the departure ot Congressman Grnsvenor for Washington, after n-Secretary Rynu and other, who have recently been here In the lutereet ot Senator Hanna. The HiiDiia men I united that there would be no legatee while the opposition insisted that they had Hanna beat now and would defeat Secretary Hherman, Aselstanl Sec retary I)ay, or any other friend that the national administration brought out In place of Hanna. The feature of the day wait the pannage In the house by unanimous vote of a bill repealing the luw for fifty yearn' fran chisee, to etreet railway. Tills repealing bill waa Introduced by Representative Bradley, ot Cleveland, one ot the re publican opposing Hanna. Mr. Roxwell churged Bradley with UHlug till Mil for defense and bnncombe. It waa freely charged by nu mbers that Senator Hanna was at tile state house two years ago, ma well as Senator Koraker, lobbying for a fifty-year etreet railway franchise law. In the senate there were no new devel opments. Burke continuing to co-operate with the democrats. It la announced that Senator Burke, the only dissenting republican senator, la dleeaUhflf d with the senate organlia- tlon and will vote for re-organtiatlon. Both bousee adjourned till Monday. NKW lOKK I.MIINI.ATl KK. iav. ItUrk Make. M.ujr HM-oiiiuisnria-llun. In Hi. Annual M.aaaae. Albany, N. Jan. 6 In his message to the leslslature to day. Governor Black recommeudi that a commission be cre ated to eiamiue into the commerce ot New York, the cause ot Its decline, means for its revival, and leport conclusions. In dealing wl'.h the labor problem, the governor made these sugKeitlous: "First that Immigration be checked; second- that a fair rate ot wages be paid to labor ers; third that in opposing strike by armed men a method should be adopted which would not at II rut discharge a fire arm aud produce fatal tragedies such as cuused a recent event to be universally deplored." The legislature organized to day. The senate with a membership of fifty has republican majority of twenty; the as sembly with 150 uames on the roll, is re publican by eight. The republican cau cus nominees wi re el cted without any tiuiisuul Incident. The speaker of the assembly is J. M. K O'tirady, who presided during the see sloii ot iw7. setts, at Malta; Kdraond Z. Brodnwskl, Illinois, now consul at Breslaii, Germany, at Kurth, Bavaria; Charles W. Krdman. Kentucky, now consul at Furlh Bavaria, at Breslau, Germany. Leander P. Mitchell, In liana. as-dHant comptroller ot the treasury. Pension ageuta Charles A. Orr, Buf falo; Jnuathan Merrism at Chicago; Sydney L. Wlllsou at Washington. Prank A. Morris, surveyor general, South Dakota; Arthur L. Tbojia, post master, Salt Lake City, Utah. I Congress Convened and Both Houses at Wort Hmtr roand. Asbury, Neb., Jan. (.The body ot Wil liam Baker, supposed to have been the murderer ot Farmer Oenrgs Baker Mid wife. Who .were abitVyeMerday by an on known awawfln, has been found. Blood bounds were put on the trail and about tour miles froaa ins seene of the murder. Baker's body was found, the top of his head having been blown off by the same gunhot used In the murder. the rmu la riorlala. Washington. Jan. 6. Reports received from the weathtr bureau official In Flor ida Indicate that the freeze on January 2 and 3. while doing considerable dam age, did not approach In severity or de structiveness the freetes In the winters of 181H and IN'.. Hawaiian Treaty to Be Called Up Next Monday. Senator Teller Wants the Government Bond! raid la Silver Dollars. Ohlrago Blona Mai mmU Chicago, Jan. 5. Cattle Receipts, IG.uOO; steady to 10 cents lower. Beeves, $:i.8u5.3&; cows and heifers, t2.UVt4 4S; sUickers and feeders, (3 &KJ 4.20; Texas steers, 3.25((4 30. bheep Receipts, 13.000; best grades steady, others M10 cents lower. Native sheep, i'JV4.70; westerns, 3 (HU4.40; lambs, 4 005.80. Muoulfi. There will be a regular communication of Temple Lodge No. 6 A. F. A A. M., at Masonic hall to morrow evening, at 7 JO o'clock sharp. Visiting brethren In vited. By order of the W. M. C. W. MKiLin,Sec. Chlraiu iull Kactorj. Chicago, Jau. 6. The report that Chicago's gold factory is closed down Is emphatically denied by Muuager Brlce. According to his statement, the factory Is now fending to New York 2,0(0 pounds of bullion every day. A five year con tract hi been mtlewitli a New York firm to smelt the metal, as It was found Impracticable to do so at the works at Ihlrty-uiuin sireei. llurn.d. Ottawa, Out., Jau. &. The east wing of the Ottawa university, Catholic, burn d to-day. Loss, SoO.Ooo. I'KKNIINTI IL AflMIIMl'MKNTS. Illit Grl.t or loiiaiil. and Olli.r F.tl.ral m. int.. Washington, Jan. 5. The president to day sent the following nominations to the senate: Francis C Lowell, I'ulted States disliict judge, Massachusetts; Kilgar M. Htelns, marshal, district of Kansas; George L. Slebrlout, marshal western Tents; Owen L. W. Smith, North Carolina, minister, resident and consul general to Liberia; James C. Stowe, Mis souri, consul general at Cape Town; Her bert 8. Squires, New York, secretary lega tion at tvkln, China. Cousuls Adolph L. Fraukenthal, Mis sissippi, at Berne; Seal McMlliln, Michi gan, at Port Sarula, Ontario; James Mavers, Ohio, at Hosarlo, Argentine Re public; Johu II. Grout, Jr ; Massachus ItMlT MltKllAHT AHRKS1KI1. ndicMil for I'.rjurj bf th. Urand Jurf of Nanu Vm tJounly. Sherrift Harry Ktnsell, of Santa Fe con nly, arrived from the north last night with a warrant lor the arrest ot Henry Lorkhart, who was indicted by the grand jury of that couuty for perjury. blierlll iiubiwit received a reiegram from bherift Kinsell and had Lockhart under arrest when the sheriff, arrived. The facts In the matter are about as follows: The case of Heury Lorkhart vs. J.y. V) ills et aU Involving the n ash In g- tou mine in me utcuui mimug aisinoi. was appealed by the platulin to the su preme court. Wbeu the day set for the hearing ot the case arrived It waa found t hat Lock ban naa rauea to get ine re cord filed In the time required by the rules of the supreme court and he made an affidavit to show lus reasons wny he had mi failed. In this affidavit Lockhart seta forth thrt be received from the clerk of the supreme court the transcript of record in the case and delivered me same to r.. u, Ullss. a job printer, about July 6, who promised that he would nave tne atne printed ou or uerore iuiy ixs-imrv Informing him that the tame must be filed In the supreme court July 2i. Sev eral dav thereafter he was Informed by HI Ins that ne couia not complete me same In lime by reason or me quantity of matter In said transcript. I lie amaut then delivered the same to the manager ot the Democrat l'rtutlug and f ubllsh lug company, who contracted to com plete the same ou or before July 24. Ou the evening ot July 2l the aillaut learned tor the Ursl time that the printing ot the transcript had been delayed. l oon the streugtn or mis aimiavu me case was men aocKeieu ana me inai pro ceeded with, the declsiou ot the lower court belns reversed. The attorneys tor wins men caueu on Bliss, who denied the truth ot Lockhart s allidavtt and made a couuter affidavit settiug forth that the record had not teen delivered to him until July IS, at about noon. He examined the same and concluded that with hi facilities he could not Print it by July t. and re turned the record at about M o'clock the next morning to Warren, Fergusson & Uiliet, the attorney for Mr. Lockhart. On the strength f t Bllse's evidence, the grand Jury brought 111 an Indictment against IxK'khart for perjury. Immediately after neing arrested last night, Mr. Lorkhart furnished bond In the sum ot $5o, his sureties being Justo K. Armijo aud Chas. F. Myers. r.ncaawi, L. R. Strauss, the wool buyer for Kise niHim Hros.. the big wool merchants, aud Miss lledwig Jaffa, of Raton, are en gaged to be married, the day of the happy event to be announced later. Miss Jalla is a niece of II. N. Jalla, and has been hereon a visit for several weeks. Her home is at Raton, where her sister re sides. In advance, this paper exteuds congratulations to the prospect We mar ried couple. Lolur.on ArvhwiloaF. 1 have prepared a second lecture on primitive man on the American conti nent, end have been fortunate In eecur lug many new evidences. I propose to deliver this lecture on the 22 lust., at the Methodist college hall on Lead avenue. and hope to iuterest all who care to know anything about American antiq uity and especially the early train of human life in New Mexico. A. 11. S'VAN. Illlifin Will l lir. We. the uudersigtied retail grocers and fish mongers, do agree to close our places of business from Mommy, Jauuary id, to April 1, IH'.w. at o'clock, except ttalur days aud pay days: Signed Jaffa Gns-ery Company, F. F. Trotter. D. Weiller At Co., A. J. Lamb. Kd. Cloiitliler, F. G. Pratt A Co., Smith Bros., Kinil Hi'verlu, A. J. Maloy. Jacob Flam ing, J. A. Skinner, Win. Kleke. The low line ditch engineers will start to make the survey ou next Friday. I'se paateurlied milk and cream It you have lung trouble. IIITH'S BIO WHAT DIAL. Washington. Jan. ft. There was not a very largs attendance In the bouse ot repres. mat Ives to-day, and with one or two exception the members ot the Ohio delegation, both democrats and republi cans, were absent. The house went Into committee of the whole to resume consid eration of the legislative, executive and Judicial appropriation bill. All the fea tures ot the bill had been disposed ot ex cept the appropriation for the civil service commission, upon which, by pre vious arrangement, there was to be no general debate. It was proposed that Moody, republi can (Maes.) and Duckery, democrat, (Mo.) control the time for and against. Hep burn, republican, (Iowa) suggested that It was a three cornered coutest. "The democrats," said he, "desire the eutlre repeal ot the law. Some ot those on this side desire that It stand as It 1. while I large body of us desire wholesome mod Ineatlon ot Its provisions." Why does the gentleman aver that all the democrats on this side of the house delre the entire repeal ot the law?" in quired Clark, democrat, (Mo.) ".Simply because that would be wrong. and your side Is always wrong," retorted Hopburn amid great laughter. A'l suggestions as to control ot time failed at last and the chair recognlxed Grow, republican, (Pa.,) who epoki tweu ty n luutes In support of the general princ ple ot civil service law. Moody, (Mass.) made an elaborate defense of the civil eervlce system. Dockery, democrat, Missouri, opened the opposition to the civil service law in the house. He made warm speech In which he declared the law odious to the American people and should be repealed. SENATE There was only small attendance at the senate to-day. Allen, ot Nebraska, spoke on the immigration bill and de clared to favor of consular Inspection ot Immigrants. Carter, of Montana, called op the bill to provide tor taking the next eensos and argued against making appointments through the civil service commission, saying It was a preliminary measure and provided ouly for thirty-two places. Cockrell, of Missouri, replied, declar ing that the republican party was back Ing squarely down from Its position on the civil service question. A report by Secretary Sherman on civil service was read. Cockrell said It was a remarkable document, being re quest on congress for legislative action which was In the power ot his chief by executive order. Teller declared that the census bureau should not be a partisan Institution, but under the classified service. He asserted that In the last census the sliver produc tion bad been fraudeutly overstated by 110,(100,000. At 3:10 the senate weut into executive session. At 3:10 the civil service debate was still In progress with Laodls, republican, (lud.), epeukiug In favor of a mod I Oca tlon of the law. Ills strictures on the self styled "better element" were severe They were, he said, narrow, bigoted, sel fish, dangerous. Pearson, rep., (N.C j, attacked the law aud said a bill for Its repeal would lie brought In by a majority of the civil ser vice committee. Ill KKANT MINT IIANU. .at Hop. of lb. I'rlMin.r U.olml hf th. Cuurt. San Francisco, Jau 6 -In the I'ulted States circuit court to day, Judges Mor row and le Ravau denied application for writ ot baba corpus f r lJurrant aud refused to grant Durrani's attorneys leave to appeal from this decision. I'uless all present plans are changed and (ioveruor Budd grants stay of pro ceedings, W. II. Theodore Durraut will hang in the prison yard of San Queuttn at 10:30 o'clock, Friday morning. The carpenters began the work of erecting a gallows at 7 o'clock this morning. The prison contractor was assisted by a num ber of convicts. The driving ot the nails In the scaffold can be distinctly heard lu the cell ot the condemned man but his anguish Is appareutly too great to notice It. Last night the death watch was more alert than at any time during Dur rani a confinement. Is 130,000,000 that will eventually own and control over so.ooo.lioo bushels ot cash wheat for better prtoa. If this be true refusal to sell cash wheat to-day would Indicate that they propose to hold what wheat they bare aud Increase lbs holding very largely, or enough to die- courage to great extent short selllug as a business. Silver H.olatloa. Washington, Jan. 6. Senator Teller Introduced concurrent resolution de clailiig that the bonds of the l ulled Slates, principal and interest, should at the option of the government be paid In standard silver dollars, aud that suoL payment is not la violation ot public faith or in derogation ot public credit The resolution was refer red to the Ouanc committee. a umi lit? immi aarkM. Kansas City, Jan. 4. Cattle receipts. u.utn. Market strong. Texas steers, $3.30(4.4O; Texas cows, 2.1(Vc;UO; native steers, 3 05.fiO; native cows aud heifers, Sl.tsioj4.t0i Hockera and feeders, A3.40cj4.40; bulls, 42.504 oo. Sneep Receipts, 2,000; market strong. Lambs, 43.7565.(1,5 muttous, S2.75td4.80. New York, Jan. 6. Money on call. nominally 3,'ttu 4 per cent. Prime mer cantile paper, J,'ti4. Sllvwr ana Luna. New York. Jan. 8 Sliver, fsl,a. 13. ou. Copper, 10;Hid. Lead, HF.NHY UIMlOLItT MkMIUNS. A lUw U.n.ml FurtniM or th. Shop. An Ums. Abollahar. For the past two or three days, rumors and counter rumors, nave beeu in circu lation that big changes, dismissals aud leslgualious, would lake place at the lo cal shops of the Santa Fe Pacille, but I uk CITi.KN was requested to Keep quiet until official notices were Issued. The following notice, a very Important on, was p.Mteu yesterday at the shops, in enecl to-day, Jan. o: Mr. Jacob Schilling has this day been appointed general foreman of the loco motive ami car departments, vice Heury Oiegoldt, resigned." Mr. Glegoldt has held the posltlou of general foreman at the local shop since miM), and, besides being a worthy em ploye. Is very popular among the people of the city, lie stated tins morning mat he and family Would remain lu Hie City for a short time, until they knew defi nitely where they would locate in the future. Hie new general foreman, Jacob Schil ling, arrived lu this city about a mouth ago aud was employed In a minor posi tion at the local shops, lie was or eigni years, however, geueral foreman St the rt abash railway shop at Springfield. 111., and was then under 0. F. bape, lbs latter now holding the position of supefiuteu- lent of iiiotivn power of tne hisutnern California railway at San Bernardino, Cal. " On Monday, Jan. S, an order was Issued abolishing the ottlc ot a.islslant foreman of the ear department ut tue lrn .Itopi of th Santa Fe Pacific H. P. Fox was the efilcleut assistant foremau. MIANTREAT! Toe Senate Soon to Ratify the Document. Rassla Orders Rifles and Ammuni tion at Remington Worts. tkAttftr Trala Held Cp and Robbed Near Kansas City. YISSILt Of Tit IATT. Washington, Jan. (.Tne outlook tor the ratification of the Hawaiian annexa tion treaty Is Dow considered bright. Friends of the measure believe that they can secure tor 11 slxly-lwo votes three rnis-e than are needed. The feeling Is very strong that nnlem the lolled States takes In Hawaii, the Islands are likely to cause trouble lu the future, when one or more Kuropean nations will attempt to acquire them or give them to Japan as compensation for their grabs In China. Strntft- Mn.y. Washington, ,n. 5. The present strength ot the l ulled States navy is officially elated at 140 vessels of all kinds, including ulns first-class battle ships, two armored cruisers, six double lurreted monitors, thirteen slngle-tur-reted monitors, thirteen unprotected cruisers and leu gnuboata. It Is gratify ing to learn that the number ot steel tor pedo boats has been Increased to twenty two. HOHHKII A TKAIN. Pwuwnasr Train In KanM City M.ld l nad Kohbwl. Kansas City, Jan. 6. A train on the Kansas City, Pittsburg & Gulf railway was held up last nlglit within the city limits. The wells-hargo express mes senger, M. K. HaydeD, who was bound and covered br one robber while the other r'lled the local sate, sent the com pany a message this morning to the effect that t lie robber look uotliing of value. Isiral olllclals of the express and railway companies assert that only a few pack ages of jewelry ot no particular value auil no money were secured. The robbers are descrlls-d as being alsiut 3A years old and clean shaven. They appareutly made good their escape. KnHln Urri.m Arm., New Haven. Conn- Jan. 6. An order for lo.ooo of the latest pattern In mili tary rilles and o.oui.ilU) rounds of am munition, has been placed with the V In- Chester Arms company through Its San r ranclsro omce. 1 hey are to be snipped at the earliest possible moment. The or- ler couihii 'roiu the Russian government. IT IS MOW MUHUKK. Hal la Montana iMwd and l.nl. Aixloo Held ror th. Crlma. Thk Citi.kn has already mentioned the death of Pablo (not redro) Moutauo at the railway hoepttal and the turning over of hi body to I iidertaker Strong for burial. Moutauo' death was the direct result of a brutal assault made upon him by Luis Apodaca, near Hulbrook, a short time ago. Apodara was arrested by Sher iff wattrou, aud Is now lu jail at liolhrook, the charge of assault being changed to that ot murder. Moutauo, who was sheep herder, besides being knocked over the head by Apodaca, was roblssl, so It is claimed, of t:io in money. I lie murderer Is well-known In old Al buquerque, and a short lime ago resided lu Los Duranes. Iluty Clrk or Court. Judge J. W. CrumpAcker and Clerk of Court Harry Oweu returned to the city last night after au absence ot two weeks ou their Christina vacations, the former ut La Porte. LI?)., and the latter at Chi cago. They were accompanied by Ness (Toeby and wife, of alparatso, I nil. Mr. t;roeliy ha accepted the pisutlou or de puty clerk of court under Clerk Owen, who returned slightly Indisposed after his long trip and did not get down to the court bouse to-day. Ir. Mailman Hern. Dr. William N llailman, of Washing ton, D. (J., superintendent of the Indian schools In the I lilted Stales, arrived In this city from the east last uight and to lay Is tiispeeting the government Indian srhisil In this city. Dr. llulluian enjoys an International reputation as an educa tor, and although appoiuted by a demo crutic adininitrrattou to his present po sition, be has filled it with such eminent ability that It Is not believed he will be removed or any change mails. Dr. llail man was formerly a resident ot La Porte, Did, and a friend of Judge ('rumpacker. The two friend were ou the same rar aud naturally enjoyed a pleasaut visit. To III. I.lla. Owing to my Illness I will I unable to fill all orders in millinery, before leaving the city on my vacation, and lu conse quence my store will be left in rharg of two coiiilielelil young lames, .tnsses in lodnu and Demp-iey, who will fill all orders and wait on customers. Mhs M. ilt ( kkii.iit. 312 VNest Railroad Aveuue, ....Leading Jeweler.... WATCH INSPECTOR SANTA FE RAILWAY ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Watches, Diamonds, Jowolry, Silverware. OUXtM WINS. That Country TakM a Vm m m an n hllc. uf (lilim. Berlin. Jan. 6. The Kelchsauielger this evening announces that according to a telegram from Peklu, an understand ing lias been reached between Germany aud China regarding the cession ot Klao Chau Bay to the former. The arrange ment I substantially as follows: It Is Intended by the cession to render It possi ble tor (iernmny to secure the fulfillment of her just wish for possession, In the same way as other powers, of a base of trade and navigation In Chinese waters. The cession of Kiao-ChaoPayloOeraiany takes the form ot a lease for an Indefi nite time. Germacy Is at liberty to erect on the ceded territory all the necessary build lugs and establishments and take meas ures required for their protection. Th Hl Wh.nl lt.nl. Chicago, Jau. G. Private advice from the east indicate that behind the Letters Hawaiian Tranty. Washington. Jan. 5. Senator Davis. chairman of Hie senate committee on for eign relations, gavs notice in the senate to-day mat lie would can up me Ha waiian annexation treaty In executive session on Mouday next, and ask the sen ate to counisor it on eaen dav tnereatwr uutll the ireafy be disposed of. .;' OoT.rnor or lown. De Moines, Iowa, Jan. (.Governor- elect L. M. Shaw and his family have ar rived In De Moines to-day. It is their formal removal from Denlson to Dee Moines. Mr. Shaw experts to remain here most of the time before the Inaugu ration, which will take place Jan 13. He has rented a fine residence In Pleasant street, one of the must fashionable sec tions of the city. Hal I road Collision. Kansas City, Jan. C At Itock Island Junction, Kaa., this morning, a west b unit l ulon Pacific work tralu and an east bound It ck Island stork train col lided head tin. The engineers and fire men were Injured, but not seriously. The collision Is attributed to a dense fog. The Injured are: I'eter Itelxacker, Albert Lewis, W. J. Trent and Frederick Fletcher, all of Kansas City, Kas. Amrry Kepuhllcaua. Marysvllle, Ohio, Jan. 6. People here are wild, and threats of violence are made against Hepresenlallve iirltmn. fwo Kurt men from Columbus while here narrowly eeraped violence at the hands of the angry republicans. A mass meeting of Itrltlllhs constituents nas been called for to-night. Nallonnl Itniik Kiaiulnor. Washington, Jan. B. Controller Dawes has anno luted vt llllaiu t. Oakley, I tilea go, national bank examiner to succeed Joseph T. Tallert. resigned. MMU'Mitorlljr Nitld. Pekin. Jan. 6. The Klao Chou dim culty was settled yesterday at a confer ence and the Chinese foreign olllue mads the necessary concessions. Chlrago ttmlu Mark.t, Chicago, Jan. B. Wheat January, Hli'i; Mav, 80''o. Corn January, J'tf, Mav. T.ic. oats January, 'Jl; May, ''hC. I'se Professor Field's worm powders, a single trial proves their worth. I.r-l Nolle Lsnt Will and Te.iament at Auatria J. Da rum li. ilt- t'U.(l. In ftuolra lliiiry I l.im mnti. Kiecillur and I-vii-t-. anil lieutrii e Oaariinib, Ix-gatev, uml ti ;ill ,tiinii il ni.iv riHirern : Veil air lirrrOv lliilillt'il thai the allrli-il lnt u'lil ii tt-Hl.imt-nt i( Ail-triH J. I4m iiinb, Ut nl tht niiiniy nt .it-rnulilli. anil tt-rnlury uf S.'Hti. U-.1HII. il,.rr;i.t'.l. Iiih Itt-rfi lilmliiiril arnl It-mi III tlit- iiiii.tlt- rmirt of llic timtity til 11-TiMlillii. Irrrilorv uf Nt-w Mm in tlitf Mil l.ii. of J.n rv. Ihuh. hiiiI the lUy uf thr lnov inil uf Mini allt-seil luril anil Ir-ittumtMit wan liv uul--i til tht- Indue uf natit i oiirt Ihi-renpiin liiril fur atunilay, thr 7th il.iy uf Hi-lirlidiy. A- l. Inns, It-rin tif aalil conn, at lOu'clutk in the fiift-niiun uf .an! itity (fivt-n uielrr my lianil ami the M-al of aaWl lunrt. tin. bih d.iy of January, A HEAL) D. Inua. J. C. Ha I DM l lii. . i 1'ruuat. link. Mail Order) Given Car o fill Attention and Promptly Filled THE I STORE! Agent) for Dutter Ick'a Patterns and Dr. Jaeger': Underwear. Bargains Extraordinary ! To dose out all of the odd and ends that have accumulated in the various department. durin the big Holiday Rush, we shall make sweeping reductions on all remnants, broken lota, odds and ends, etc., regardless of cost. You may find just what you want in these odd lots. If you should, remember that one dollar will do the work of two. We will mention a few of the many good things for this week. These prices speak for themselves. Kemnantn. Remnants of Silks, Remnants of Wool Dress Goods, Remnants of Ging hams, Remnants ot Flannels, Remnants of Staple Cotton Goods, in different lengths up to a full dress pattern, Black and Colors, will be placed on tables and marked one-half actual value. Toweln. Odds and ends and broken lots of fine Damask and I luck Towels, White and Fancy Bordered, Hemstitched and Knotted Fringe. Lot i, worth 15c at Do Lot a, worth up to ajc at 10c Lot 3, worth up to 35c, at 15c Other Towels at 35c, 30c and 45c, worth up to 7j c each. LadleV Waists. Three lota of Outiog Flannel Waists of (rood material and wtll made. To dose them out we will make the following special prices : v Lot 1, worth 40c, at 2So Lot 2, worth 75c, at Lot 3, worth $1, at. SHE WINDOW DISPLAY. 75c Underwear. Odds and ends of Underwear for Men, Women and Children, at one-half actual value. One lot Men's Natural Wool Un derwear, worth 75c, at 80c One lot Men's Extra Fine Woolen Underwear in odd sixes, worth $1.35, at Gftc One lot Children's Underwear, worth up to 50c, at .... , Ladle.' Wrap. 25c One lot of broken sixes of Capes anu Jackets at from 35 to 50 per cent Kss than actual value. SEE WINDOW. A special reduction of 10. per cent on every Cape or Jacket in the house. - Fura. To dose 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 92.25 and $2.50 $4.50 to $7.50 Fur Muffs, at ... . $2 and $2.25 Sta Fur Boas, at jl.OO $a to $J.$o Children's Fur sets, at 75c and $1.00 iiiipi3n E.L. WASHBURN & CO. Clothing For Men and Boys. Our clothing is made by tho best tailoring houses in America. Per fect lit and serviceable. Prices tho lowest for good clothing in our city. Railroad Avenue, - Albuquerque AGENTS FOR McCall Bazaar Pattern All Pattern. 10c and 15c NONE ri(G ti. "THE ECONOMIST MAIL ORDERS Filled Same Day as Received. S04 Railroad Avnue, Albuquernu. N M. THE KENT LIMITED 8T0HE IN THE CITY. We Take Inventory Next Week ! And in order to reduce our stock to the lowest possible limit, we will sell Dry Goods of all kinds without profit. Now here is an opportunity to lay in a year's supply. Underwear. By an error the manufacturer shipped us one case Ladies' Underwear Co dayr later than he should have done. They were bought to sell for 3$c, but on account of mis-shiptneot take them for 22c each. See window display. "Happy New Year ' ' -.. mmmtn n am WE WELCOME '98. ..omhere's to mjj 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 ( may the shoes of '97 see you safely into '98, and may they lead you to come to us for the next pair needed. We are not saying much about selling at cost, but we are selling the shoes. GEO. C. GA1NSLE Y & CO., Reliable Shoe Dealers. LudleH 'WraiierH. Made ofFine Quali ty Flannelette. Made like cut, dark colors only, full sweep and waist lined. Only IM0 Each. Dri'MH Good.. Ladies' cloth, 50 inch wide, all wool. Reg ular 50c goods, to close out, only 20 c. English Ladies' Cloth, 54 inch wide, all wool and all colors and black. Regular 65c goods, only 15c. All Wool French Weave Fancy Serges Colors, black, navy, brown, green and plum, reduced to 75c. All other Dress Goods reduced in propor tion. KeinnanU, Iteiiiiuints. During the big rush of last week we have accumulated a big lot of remnants of Dress Goods of all kinds, which we have placed on a Remnant Counter at one-half regular prices. GenU' Underwear. See window display. One case of men's ribbed grey fleeced underwear, bought to sell at 65c each, but on account of late shipment, take 'em for 4 Do each. GentM Wool OverHhlrtH. See window display. A manufacturers sample line of men's fine wool overshirts, worth up to $3 each take your pick of any in the lot for only l)5c. Men's NlIpiierH. 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't Neckwear. All our fine Tecks and Puffs, which sold up to 90c each take your pick for only 50c each. MUSSKD AND HOILKD HANDKERCHIEF-. Ovir a thouHaml wiiM, uiim-wI, crumplwl ami (luxty hinUrolilMf. eollxctfl from the Holiday Hmnlkfrolilof utiowt from tli window., nul taMa, hUm hIjow. aud H!ilvtw-Tlm odd and end of our Holiday Haudkrotilef wiling throw u into two loin, tliu'itrdid Bo and 9e. , , . ..... . . ,, . Woiumii'h ulain lieiuHtiwIiad. Wouieu' eaibroldured and scollop edf). Woiiihq hxnidtltcniM and eiubroldorod eor nors, nvxrv haii.Uerctilt more or It aullod aud inu-wd during the great holiday selllug, go ou the Bargaia table for ,Ae aud Ue each.