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j job ntmiNO j t In all ki numerous tod ehrana ' branch, neatly Son BOOK BINDING all & MIIWIWI M branch orally Aim VOLUME 12. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 6. 1898. NUMBER 68. rrn Citizen Discussion Before the Interstate Commerce Commission. Fatal Sbootlar Affray la a Salooa in Chicago. Conrreumaa Grosveaor t:nonncci Carl Scnuri and. tbe Civil Service Law. IHDU IIOW AT OMASA. WaMhlnfton, Jan. . Tha Inltratat enmmerre commliwlon to-day rmutned the hearing on the antl-ar-alper bill. Mr. MrKontle, president of the American Ticket Brokers' association, nald that lie had received affidavit from a number o( ticket broken ennflrrulnj hta atalemerit that tli" broker secured ninety-Ore pet cent or the ticket told by them from the railroad eonipaulea. When Benator Cul lum askel fur name, McKensle declined to give them except under eunimone. K. i. Thlele, ot the Illinois Commercial Men's association, opposed the bill aa un jtiHt, claiming that the owner of a rail road ticket hould be allowed to dinpoee ot it a he might eee fit, aa would the owner of any other commodity. Bemttor Wolcott made the point that no honorable man would be caught trav eling around on another man'a name on a non trannferralilc ticket. Thiele eald that he had known men whom he believed to be holiest, doing that very tuliu- He eald what the trav eling men wanted was a uniform flat 20 thousand rate. F. K. I w, president of the Commercial Travelers' National League, also apieared In antagonism to the bill. William 8. King, president of the Mer chants' asHociatt'in of New York, epoke for the bill. He characterized aa forgery the dealing lu railroad tickets which, he eald, was opposed to the coiiHtitution o' the l ulled HUteo. UK(tk IJUH tl'KAKl tha Ilia Ohio Conr.uniB Itonouucra Civil at-rvlr Law. Washington. Jan. 0 The house to-day promptly resumed the debate ot the civil service queetlnn. (iroevonor, Ohio, took the floor with an eluborate speech in op position to the law. Grosvenor disclaim ed any leadership ot the autl-ctvll service reform forced and any purpose to speak for any ofllcer ot the government, execu tive legislative or judicial. "A!! effort i to entangle me In collision with the president," said he, "were aa so much powder wasted If I believed my relations t the executive to b ehangsd or modified because I differ with him In my representative eapaclty I would de spise him aa he would despise me if I fal tered In my convictions." Grosvenor proceeded to pay his respect to the national civil service reforn league aud to Carl Schurt, It president. Ilia excoriation of the latter was the most scathing heard on the floor of the hoime In months. He denounced unspar ingly those who sought to read out of tbe republican party those who disbelieved lu the civil service law. With strong language he sketched the political career of Hchurt, which he char acterized as the "checkered, spotted, lep rous career of one who betrajed every party and every duty to which he was bound and whose betrayals have been his only stock In trade In the arena ot pol itics." Grosvenor denounced George William Turtle and other high priests ot civil ser vice reform who, he said, had been tral tors to the republican party, and argued that as Cleveland had extended the civil service euormously after the bt. Louis platform was adopted, the republicans were not htniud by the platform aa re' carded these extensions. He warned the republicans that the people overwhel uilngly opposed the law. Johnson (republlcanIndlana) followed Groevenor with an elaborate argument In defense of the merit system. Johnson and his colleague, Landis (re' publican, Indiana), had a hot croasilre debate, aud the galleries so boisterously applauded the latter's opposition to the present system that the chair had to bus pend the debate aud aduioulsh the gal lerles that demonstrations must cease. fldavlta of shortage In number of live stock received here, have come to the claim department of the Missouri Pa cific and shippers have been paid tor the number of bead ot stork reported Bias ing. It has been going on for years. ChlMia huh-i KiiIil Chicago. Jan. 8. Cattle Receipts, fVK); strong to 10 cents higher. Reeves, t;t.8.rM5.40; cows and heifers, i(MI 40; etockers and feeders, (3 20g 4.2.-.; Texas steers, 43.25.J4 20. Sheep Receipts, 13.000; beet grades steady to strong. Native sheep, tZHOoii.fto; westerns. 3 00(44.40; lambs, 4.00o.80. ai.r mim New fork, Jan. fl. Money on call, nominally 8ici 4 per cent. Prime mer cantile paper, 8(34. BIO ROHHtRT. America Elpraia Company Roabad of Om Mlllloa Dollar. New York, Jan. 6. The livening Tele gram prints report, which has not been verified, that the American Express com pany was robbed laat flight of 11,000,000 given It for transportation. The money was said to have been taken from one car of the through western ex press while the train was being made np la the yards at Korty eighth street. Offi cers of the company refuse to talk re gardlug tbe robbery. The money was said to hare been In bags ready to place In a safe. The West ern Kxpresa train leaves the Grand Cen tral yards at 8:16. It goes through to Chicago, dropping off cars at Interme diate cities. There are eleven cars In the train usually, which carries nothing bat express shipments. Large sums of nufney are frequently sent west la this train. According to a report received by the Eveulng Telegram, the clerks fouud the money bag rilled when they reached the car. The robbers evidently had been watchlngthe methods of handling money shipped on UiU train. At the ofllce of the president of the American Kx press company, the Asso ciated Press reporter was tdld that no robbery had been heard ot. The pics Ident, however, refused to deny the truth ot the story, merely confining himself to the statement that he bad not been ad vised of any such occurrence. The story as printed by the Kvenlng Telegram was denied at the Grand Cen tral depot and all accessible sources of Information. It was learned, however, that a detective agency reported that Clark Braden, Jr., night clerk, employed at the branch ofllce of the American Kx presa company, had today stolen five (1,000 bonds ot the Consumers' Gaa company, ot Chicago. The bankers and brokers were notified not to accept these bonds, and If possible to arrest the per son presenting them. Whether Braden took mora than thla amount la Dot posi tively known. - Beeidea taking $5,000 bonds, Braden la alleged to have taken ''.000 cash, mak ing a total robbery of 10,000. 1 AiS HLfcK KII.LICI. Fatal Mhootlua" Affray la Tough Cliloag-a Saloon.. Chicago, Jan. 0. "Kid" Murphy, a noted Chicago gambler ot the shell worker variety, was shot dead, and Krank, alias Dickey Dean and Martin Donahue were shot, probably fatally, during a quarrel last uight In a saloon at No. 117 north Clark street. The affair Is said to be the result of a feud ot sev eral months' standing. The police In formation Is that Murphy entered the saloon evidently lu search of trouble, and immediately upon seeing Don ahue opened lire. Dean stepped between the men and received the sec ond shot, the first going wide. Donahue aud Murphy fired three shots each. Don ahue is a saloon keeper aud Dean a con stable. Thirteen men were arrested In the saloon, among them being ''Major" Sampson, who was suspected ot compile Ity In the murder of Gus. Collander dur ing the election riot three years ago. The general theory Is that the trouble originated In the stabbing affray In Donahue's saloon about three mouths ago between Murphy aud Joe. Kehoe. Mur phy was slabbed over the eye and blamed Martin Donahue for causlug the trouble. Murphy and Dean were tbe leaders ot a gani ot toughs, who, three years ago, beat Lieutenant Collerau, now Captain Colleran, chief of detectives and threw him over the Randolph street viaduct. Omaha lufllan Show. Washington, Jau. ). In the senate to day, Allen, ot Nebraska, called up and the seuate passed a bill providing tor the holding of a cougreas of repreaen tatlves of the different Indian tribe at Omaha, In ls'.iS, and appropriating f 100, Ooo then for. A bill to protect the tame and Insignia i t the red cross was passed. The senate then went into executive session. I Tbe Opposition to Him Claim a Big Majority. Republicans of Ohio Bitterly De nounce Bushnell and Kurtz. Durrani, the Murderer, Will Surely Bt Hanged To-Morrow Morning. tAHDSBUIO lAILSOAD B1IK0 0MIATID. Columbus. 0, Jan. 8 As the "count ot noses" stands now with the steering com mittees. Senator llanna la beaten. The opposition has a majority on Joint ballot of three or four on concessions of repub lican members who are supporting llan na. The opposition claims sll to seven majority, and Is secretly making acces sions, but will be required to keep np the closest vigilance for a week or more to hold their men in line. The pressure from constituents of tbe bolting repub lican members Is Increasing every day. and la likely to be overwhelming next week. Republican papers are full ot accounts ot proceeding! aud resolutions ot republi can com m itteea, clubs and other organ I ia tlons denouncing Gov. Bushnell and th republicans. One paper at Springfield, In which the governor Is Interested, is said to be the only republican newspaper In the state that la not denouncing the republican opponents of llanna. The most Important development to day was a conference In fevdr of Jeptha Garrard, silver republican, as the man on whom the opposition will try to concen trate against llanna. Ituatt Couipl.tad. San Francisco, Jau. . The Randsburg railway, from Kramer, on the Santa Ke Pacific railroad to Johannesburg, in tbe heart or the new mining district, Is In operation. Chltaico (train Market. Chicago, Jan. !. Wheat January. W)'4; May,o5,c. Corn Jauuary, 2L4e; May. SU'.e- Oats January, 211,; May, Kobbary IHM-ovarail. Kansas City, Jan. . Ths detective de partment ot the Mlfsourl Pacific railway has unearthed a conspiracy at Kansas City stock yards, by which, It is alleged, It has been robbed of thousauds ot dol lars on live stock shipments. Kalse at New York. Jan. 6 Silver, 6Vi'.o. 3.50. Copper, KP.n. Lewi, To Ilia Ladle. Owing to my Ulnees 1 will be unable to Qll all orders lu millinery, before leaving the city on my vacation, aud in conse quence my store will be left In charge of two competent young ladies, Misses Cul lodon and Dempsey, who will All all orders and wait on customers. MM. M. Mc'CHEIIiHT. 312 West Railroad Avenue. Alleuttuu, Latly Mwrabeaat Special review tor drill to-morrow at ternoou at 3 o'clock. Remember the date, Krlday, Jauuary 7. MixmkR.Mi.Kek.RK. DIHHANT DOOMED. Tha Saa Franelano Murtlarar Will Saraly Hang To-Morrow. San (jueuttn Prison, Cal., Jan. 6. Theodore Durrant has but a few more hours of lite. Governor Rudd has In structed Warden Hale to go ahead with the execution on Krlday and use extraor dinary care to prevent an attempt at suicide by the condemned man. Durrant Is breaking down rapidly. Nearly 300 luvitations have been Issued for the hanging. Durrant has rehearsed the scene ot his own death. At his own request, made absolutely without ni rtlon, he has been told every incident that will mark the minutes of his last hours of life. From the moment that ha awakens to-morrow morning until Warden Hale gives the slgual to spring the trap, Theodore Dur rant knows what Is expected ot blm. The cori'letuned man bai made the fol lowing requests concerning bis execu tion: First, that tha rope used to hang him shall be destroyed Immediately after his death, so that no person can say that hi holds a piece ot it aa a memento. Second, that nore of the spectators shall be allowed to gaze upon his face after he Is executed. Third, that no autoiey shall be held after death, and that no physician be allowed to examine his bovff. Fourth, that after he Is pro nounced dead bis remains shall be de livered to bis parents as soon as possible. kiiui City Mtoaa Mark.i. Kansas City, Jan. t. Cattle receipts. 4,fsl. Market steady to strong. Texas steers, 13.3004.25; Texas cows. 2.404 3 25; native steers, 3 256.00; native cows and heifers, f .4Va4 40; stackers and feeders, $2.70(44.40; bulls, 135;3.u0. Sheep Receipts, 2,000; market firm Lambs, a3.00fl5.60; muttons, $2 75yJ 4 MS'. Bl'KCIAL hKKVICKO. Tha Prayer M.llnaof tha Weak rilled With Intereet. There was a great deal of interest man ifested lu the tUrd prayer meeting ot the week, held in the Congregational church last ereulng, with Rev. A. C. Welch, of the Lead Aveuue Methodist church, as leader. The church was nearly filled, and mauy took part lu the service with a word ot testimony for the Lord aud Mas ter In prayer. The meeting this even lug will be held In the Lead Avenue Methodist church, Rev. D. Y. Hagby, of the Baptist church, leading, subject, "The Holy Spirit, Grlev Ing Him." Kveryone Is cordially invited to attend. Come and bring a friend. Made Advene Heport. Washington, Jau. . lu the executive sessiou to-day Senator Pettigrew, chair man of the commute on ludlan affairs, made adverse report tor "home rule," reasons upon the following named per' sons to be Indian agent: Charles Mo Nichols, Colorado River agency, Cal. Kdward Goldberg, Quapaw, I. T.; Ctiax. G. Keyse, Fort Apache, Arizona; Fred. B. Sprlggs, Nevada agency, Nevada. liouglit Kallroad Stock. New York, Jau. . J. P. Morgan & Co. have purchased majority stock In tlst Susquehanna and Western railroad. It Is understood that the purchase has been made In the interest ot the Krle road. defense and T. N. Wilkerson asked the court for time to look up some authori ties, so the matter was adjourned. Justice Crawford has received a letter from B. F. Forsj the, a saloon man of Las Vegas, with a check enebxed for 76 and Ideutlcal in every respect to the ous cashed by W einman A Lewlnson. For sythe is the last one heard from and he will have considerable trouble In recov ering any ot bis wasted shekels. MASON AMU HAltRrUkl). Th.y IndDlee la a rut riant rint, Fol lowed by aire Cutting. One ot the most vicious personal en counters that has occurred lu Ibis city tor some time took place last evening when W illlain llajerford, the carpenter, and Billy Mason became Involved In a misunderstanding as to who was to pay tor a couple ot drinks at tha Montezuma salooa. Hayerford bad been trying bis luck at some ot the games of chance and had oome out winner. As ha stepped np to the bar and called for the drinks, Billy Masou asked if be wasn't going to be to on the treat. Hayerford replied In the aflirmative whereupon Masou called up a few of bis friends. J W hen the time came tor settling Hay erford refused to pay for the drinks of Mason's frieuds u he had not invited them. A hot dispute followed which aoon led to blows. Hayerford knocked Mason down three time In succession aud then Mason's frieuds interfered and tried to Slop the tight. They held Masou and Hayerford walked out. . Mason broke away from his friends and the light was renewed ou Second street ana me encounter mat followed was much more bloody than the one which occurred In the saloon. Both of the combatants seem to have used knives, if the marks on their faces are any evidence. Hayerford seems to have got the worst ot It In the cutting match for when it was over he was found to have an ngly gash lu the face extending from the cheek bone to the mouth. Dr. Haynes happened to be by aud Hayerford went up to his ofllce and had his cut and bleed ing face stitched together again. Mason was arrested by Marshal Cobert and Deputy Sheriff Fornoff. Una ot bis thumbs were cut aud there was a small gash over oue eye. Ills vest was also cut. No knife was found upon him by the olll cere, although Hayerford said that be had one In bis hand when he came oat of the saloon. Mason Is a strong, athletic young man, aud well-known lu the city. Hayerford Is a carpenter tor W. W. Strong and has always borne a quiet dis position, an( la regarded aa a very peace ful cltixe.i. Mr. Strong speaks la high mva klm as a errkaiaa aa4 ae a law abiding citizen, and, naturally regrets his conflict with Mason last night. At 10 o'clock this morning Mason ap peared before Justice Crawford to an swer to the complalut of Hayerford, who charged him with assaulting blm with a knife. The preliminary bearing was ad journed until 3 o'clock this afternoon, aud Mason was required to furnish a bond of 500 to appear at that hour. In default of a bond Masou remained in the custody of Ofllcer Rossi until this afternoon. A large crowd gathered at the police court this afternoon from curiosity In the outcome ot the case. Masou a peared, waived examination aud was bound over to the grand jury and re quired to furnish a bond of f 500. Justice Crawford turned III in over to the sheriff and Instructed the latter to approve or disapprove his bond when be offered oue. Mason expects to furnish the required bond this afternoon. He Is, at press hour, In charge ot Deputy Sheriff Foruoff. k. r r. Mineral Lodge No. 4 Knights of Pythias All members are requested to be preseut at their Castle Hall on Gold avenue at 7:30o'clock Visitors welcomed. P. J. MlGbath. C. C. M. II. SiHlN. K. ot R. & S. ....Leading Jeweler.... WATCH INSPECTOR SANTA FE RAILWAY ALBUQUERQUE, N. 31. Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware. AUoQtlua, Woodmen! A general attendance is respectfully desired at our public Installation of olll cers ou to-murrow evening at our camp lu Knights of Pythias hall. Come aud brlug your families aud Invited guests. Let us make the occasion a delightful oue. An elaborate program win oe reu dered. By order of 1. K. I'HiLLirs, Consul Commander. W. II. II. Au.i.-on, Clerk. Mora I'berk. Appear, Tha attachment ease of Weinman & Lewlnson agalust Miles Allen was ad journed yesterday afteruoou until to morrow morning at 10 o'clock. Horton Moore completed ths argumeut for the to-night. For Bale L. C. Smith, haiumerless 12 guage shot gun. No. 2 quality Damascus steel barrels, :H inches long, Imported walnut stock, pistol grip checkered and en ara veil; Unely finished, choke bored, f so grade; good as new; good leather caee, brass cleaning rod, oii can and screw lrlver columned; alo leather cartridge belt; all for 50. Call at room 11, l.ol- den Rule Rooming house, Railroad avenue. W by pay (2.&0 tor a load of wood and 5 cents for cutting when the same mouey buys a ton of Cerrlllos bltuiuous nut coal, which goes twice as far? liahn & ( o. Beginning with to-night, January fl, we shall close our place ot business at 0 p. m. uutll April 1, W.m. Geo. C. Galusley & Co. ! Prominent Merchant of New York Snoots Himself. Logiisti Loan Secures Opening ot Porta In Cblna. Currency Reform Bill Introduced lo the Hook of Kepreteatallvei. kfiaaouu la a rtoariaoua itati. New York, Jan. 6. W. T. Buckley, aged hi, a member ot the dry goods Arm ot uunham, Buckley & Co, shot himself In the head at hla home, Wave Crest, I-ong Island, to-day, dying without regaining consciousness. Buckley is reputed to be a millionaire). His hunting stable is one of tha finest on Long Island. 1 here does not seem to be any doubt bnt that Buckley committed suicide on aceo-nt ot business trouble. It la al leged that he had a serious nilsunder standing with Mr. Dunham, hla business partner, which resulted In Mr. Buckley being forced out ot the Arm. MlMoarl le Proaperoaa. JefTersou City, Mo, Jan. 6. State Au ditor Sleberts, republican, shows that 4.1t6,4U0.86 was received Into the state In the year 1HU7. and that t4.om.lH7.ai was paid out Balance In the treasury Jan. 1, 1HU7, $57.413.00, and on Jan. 1, liM,ttMOootMU,ln increase of I7I.C43.14; and toOO.otK) tQ bouds was paid, which leaves the total state debt at $4 600,0(0 of 3,1,' per cent option bonds. Carreer Reform Hill. Weshlngton, Jan. fl. Represents tiv Overstreet, of Indiana, Introduced In tfia house to-day a compreheusl. hill for carrying out the plan of the monetary commission for a reform of the currency. The bill was referred by Speaker Reed to the committee on banking, and Chair man W aiker has arranged to give early hearings to Senator Kdmunds, ehalrman ot the commission, aud other members. r.esll.h aeearaa forts la China London, Jan. 6. It is learned that In the event ot Great Britain's guar anteeing the new Chinese loan the concessions rtqalred will be the opening of new treaty porta to all nations alike, A financial article In the Globe says that it Is reported on the stock exchange that the British goterument baa ar ranged to guarantee a Chinese loan of i' 10,000,000 at 8 per cent., the price ot Issue to be annual. A few daya ago George Green, a norse mau from Grand aUplda, Mich, arrived In the city with his e-year-old trotter, "Cimarron Boy," and the animal, a pretty bay, sired by the famous trotter, Joe Patcheu, can be seen at Olmsted's livery stables on First street. Mr. Green would like to match bis horse against any trotter lu this city, for love or money aud here is a chance tor Phelau'a "Billy Granger," Dr. F. Crosson returned last ulght from Kl Paso, where he accompanied an in valid, J. D. Semple, who was to have met relatives from Fort Worth, Texas. He died, however, two hours before they could reach blm. Semple came here trom Honolulu, Hawaii, but was an old ac quaintance of Dr. Crossou, lu St. Paul, Mluu. This paper was I u formed this morning, by one of Albuquerque's inoat excellent and popular public school teachers, that Klrmls" would be reproduced by Miss Hogan, for the benetlt ot the Third ward school library, at the opera house, on Sat urday afternoon, commencing at 2 o'clock. Adults, 35 cents; children, 25 cents. John Cross, who with his wife resided at the Rankin place on the mesa last summer, died at Tope k a, Kansas, the other day, and his remains were taken to Joplln, Mo., for buriul. Mrs. Wm. Farr received a letter this morning from Mrs. Cross, giving the above sad intelligence of tbe death of her husband. Mrs. J. F. Luthy and children, after a pleasaut holiday visit to Mrs. J P. K as ter aud children at Topeka, Kas, re turned home last night, being met at the depot by the anxious husband and fit her, ex Mayor Luthy. Mrs. (irlswold, who has had charge of lodging rooms upstairs over the New Chicago, has disposed of her Interest to Charles llirsch, ami has removed to H'H east (iold aveuue. Cbas. B. Thomas and wife, of Topvka, are In the city aud will remain for a few days, before continuing to City of Mex ico. The Railroad aveuue assayer, W. U. Stevens, left last uight for Magdalena. 44 Happy New Year" M Mail Orriera (liven Careful Attention it tut Promptly Filled m E llM Agent, lor Butter lck'sj Pattern and Dr. Jaeger's Underwear. Bargains Extraordinary ! To close out all of the odd and enda that have accumulated in the varioua department duruiff the """( Tfc nuaii IH.IA.C sweeping reductions on an remnanta, DroKen low, odda and ends, etc., regardless of cost. ou may find just what you want in these odd. lota. If you ahould, remember that one dollar will do the work of two. We will mention few of the many good thinga for thia week. These prtcea apeak for themselves. Iteninantfl. Remnants of Silks, Remnants of Wool Dress Goods, Remnants of Ging. hams, Remnants of 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. Towels). Odda and enda and broken lota of fine Damaak and I luck Towels, White and Fancy Bordered, Hemstitched and Knotted Fringe. Lot i, worth 15c at Lot a, worth up to a$c at Lot 3, worth up to 35c, at Other Towela at 85c, 30c and 45c, worth up to 75c each. Ladler' Walnta. 0 ISO Three lota of Outing Flannel Waista of good material and well made. To close them out we will make the following special prices: Lot 1, worth 4cc, at 25o Lota, worth 75c, at fiOo Lot 3, worth $1, at 7fic SHE WINDOW DISPLAY. Underwear. Odda and enda of Underwear for Men, Women and Children, at one-half actual value. One lot Men'a Natural Wool Un derwear, worth 75c, at 3o One lot Men'a Extra Fine Woolen Underwear in odd sixes, worth $i-St t C9c One lot Children's Underwear, worth up to 50c, at 2Sc Lad lew Wrapw. One lot of broken aizes of Capea and Jacketa at from 35 to 50 per cent leaa than actual value. SEE WINDOW. A special reduction of 10 per cent on every Cape or Jacket in the house. Fursj. To doae out all of our Fur Boaa, Mulls, and Seta, we have marked them one half New York coat. $4.50 to $7.50 Fur Boaa, at 92.25 and$'.50 $4.50 to $7.50 Fur Muffs, at.... $2 and $2.25 fia Fur Boas, at t I.OO $a to $3.50 Children's Fur sets, at 75e and $I.OO ILELiIF'IZSmiD IE3ESOS5 E. L. WASHBURN &. CO. Clothing For Men and Boys. Our clothing is made by the boat tailoring houses in America. Per fect lit and serviceable. Prices the lowest for good clothing in our city. Railroad Avenue. - Albuquerque WE WELCOME '98. jjjHERFS TO ITjMj 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 for the next pair needed. We are not saying much about selling at cost, but we are selling the shoes. AGENTS KOR McCaU Bazaar Patterns. All Patterns 10c and 15c NONE rIIG ti. THE ECONOMIST 204 Railroad Avanue, Albuqu'iu, N. M. THE HEHT LIUIITED 8TOHE JN THE CITY. MAIL ORDERS Filled Same Day aa Received. We Take Inventory Next Week I 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. GEO. C. GAINSLE Y & CO, Reliable Shoe Dealers. LudleH' WrnpperH. Made of Fine Quali ty Flannelette. Made like cut, dark colors only, full sweep and waist lined. Only DDo Each. Reg- Drt'NM (loud. Ladies' cloth, 50 inch wide, all wool, ular 50c goods, to close out, on'y title. English Ladies' Cloth, 54 inch wide, all wool and all colors and black. Regular 65c goods, only I tic. All Wool French Weave Fancy Serges Colors, black, navy, brown, green and plum, reduced to 75c. All other Dress Goods reduced in propor tion. IteiiinuntM, KemuuntH. 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 atone-half regular prices. Underwear. By an error the manufacturer shipped us one case Ladies' Underwear 60 daya later than he should have done. They were bought to sell for 35c, but on account of mis-shipmect take them for 22c each. See window display. GentB' Underwear. See window display. One case of men'a ribbed grey fleeced underwear, bought to aell at 65c each, but on account of late shipment, take 'em for 49c each. GentM' Wool OverfthlrU. See window display. A manufacturers' sample line of men's fioe wool overshirts, worth up to $3 each take your pick of any b the lot for only 115c. Men's SlinperH. 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 Puff, which sold up to 90c each take your pick for only 5(o each. MUMMED AMI HOI LED IIAMIKKKCIIIEI'8. Over a tliDUsaiid aulll, oiuwkxI, erumplwl ami dUMtjr handkerchief, eolleelel f rum the HulMav HanilkerehM how from tha windows. Male lalde. atora shows aud ahelvaa The odda aud uda of our Holiday llaudkerchlef allliiK thrown luto two lota, placarded 6e aud 9c. Women' plalu hetiwlitched. Women' eruhrolderej and acolloped Um. Women' heuwtitchwj and embroidered tor nun, everv handkerchief more or leae nulled aud uiuaeed during the ureal holiday aelllug, go ou the Bargain Table for ,5e and Oe each.