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Daily JOB PRINTING J to all hi DHfntroua mi iirm ranches neatly o i auERaui BOOK BIS 0150 f M til to amnonm and dtnrm THB OITIIBBilVT. r. hrmtthm omIIt done 4 OXTX1EIIM'. VOLUME 12. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 13, 1898. NUMBER 74 Citizen. HE CUBAN INTERVENTION! May Be Forced on Administra tion Within 48 Honrs. American Citizens in Havana Seek Refuse at Consulate. "DbWBlrc (be Dotted States" the Mlljlof Cry of the nob. TH0C1ASDS All ITltTIWO. foreign offle hM rewired Intelligence, from ?veral person., worthy of eredenc, who m Prof. Andree's balloon early In A tig not Id British Columbia, seven miles nortb of Qiieeneltt lake. The profeemr regards the new of euQlrlent Importance, to call tor ciowr Inveetigatloa. New York, Jan. 13. A epwflal to the Journal and Advertiser t'om Washington aajm: Within forty-eight houra Inter vention In favor of Cuba will bare been forced on the administration. The riot ing In Haranna was mneh fiercer than the een.orrd prep reports Indicate. Oeoen.1 Iee reports the situation to be serious the mob "getting even with Americans" and "downing the United Btatee," as much as It was striking at the autonomist policy and reeoncentra-ilos. American citizens had to seek refuge at the consulate. General Blanoo threw a heavy cordon of Spanish regulars with artillery aronnd the eonsnlate. The emergency had to be met promptly. The oavy department was notified. Commodore Crowulnehleld, chief of the bureau of navigation, sent dispatches to Admlial Bunce, with the white squadron to hold every vessel In prompt readiness and to go to Key West for vessels, there to be ready to start tor Havana on a sig Dal, but not to laud uuless Instructed by General Lee. The h Wet squadron cannot be as Membled before to-ulght, as they are hunt' lg flllbusterers. DYING i'HOM STARVATION.. Havana, Jan. 13. La lUccuealon prints an editorial calling atteution to the pill fill state of the reccticentradixt at the city heariqu'trters, and the absolute necessity for saving thvin from Immediate death At MulaiiSia yesterday seventy-one persons dial, of whom twenty-two starved to death. In Holguln, a town of 6,000 Inhabitants last year, l.&VJ persons died, many through starvation. UENKKAL LKE'S BtPOHT. Washington, Jan. 13. United State Consul General Leo reported to the state department from Havana the facts eoa nected with the rioting there yesterday. While the state department official do not divulge the text of the dispatch, tt Is said that it corroborate generally the newspaper report. According to Gen eral Lee's report the disturbance had been quelled for the time being, but he was apprehensive of another outbreak at any moment. Nothing has been heard from Consul General Lee to-day. so It Is assumed at the state department that the situation remains unchanged. General Lee did not ask to have a warship sent to Havana, and In the opinion of the state department officials, that U sufll 'lent reason for the assumption that there 1 no occasion for sending one. A disquieting feature of the situation Is the horrible condition of the poor In Cuba. According to Lee's advices, 200, 000 people are In the last stages of desti tution and wholly dependent upon char ity. To feed these on a 10 cent ration per dny would cxt tJO.OOU dally, which sum Is double the amount so far received In contributions by the state department. In the opinion of Lee 20 per cent of these poor people are surely doomed to death from starvation and disease. In such a Btute of affairs the existence of any form ot organize! government Is threatened, and the autonomy plans ot Spain com' uiand little atteution. LKK DKtflKS IT. Havana, Jan. 13. United States Con gut General Lee absolutely denies that he asked the authorities at Washington to send two war vessels to Havana. TIIK Ol'TBRKAK OVKK. Washington, Jau. 13. Senor de Lome, the Spaulsb minister, to-day received dis patches from Dr. Congosro, secretary general ot Cuba, stating that there had been an out tweak In Havana, but It was over, and no apprehension was felt ot urtber trouble. or LITTLE IMPOKTA.NC'K. Washington, Jan. 13 The Spanish miuUter, Seuor Dupuy de Lome, received the following dispatch from Secretary General Congoeto, dated at noon to-day "Your eicellency can affirm that the tu mult ot yesterday had so little Impor tance that not a shot was Qred aud there Is no kiiowledg that anybody has been wounded or hurt. The agitation was confined to one quarter ot the city." HIOT 11 UX AND 8IM1LK. The 3panlxh minister baa been kept CoiiHtantly advised of every development within the last twenty-four hours In Havana, and be summed up the advices this afternoon by saying that they show the uprising to have been a riot pure and simple; that order had been completely restored, and that the authorities have ample force to afford every protection, and that uo Indignity was put upon any American Interest or citizen, public or private. Saw Aailr..'. ttjtloon, Stockholm, Jau. 13. Prof Nordeusk Jotd, the Arctic explorer, has Informed the Swedish academy of science, that the Chirac mnn MulM. Chicago, Jan. 13. Cattle Receipt, 9.(100; best shade higher, others strong. ' Beeves, $4.0Otd5.4O; cows and heifers, 2.1(Ki4 CO; stackers and feeders, 3.36 4.35; Texas steers, 3 4(i4 25. Sheep Receipts, 12.00(1; market firm. Native sheep, 3.0044.AO; westerns, 3.oO($4.40; lambs, $4 0065.76. Th Aceuxr ArrMtml. Paris, Jan. 13. Col. Plcquart, who Is understood to be the officer who brought charges against Count Ksterhazy, re cently acquitted of treason by a court nurtlal, was arresttd and Incarcerated In the Fortress Mont Valereln. Banna Receives Oration Upon Return to Cleveland. Washington, Jan. 18. The senate com' mittee on Judiciary to-day decided to re port favorably on the nomination ot At- orney Geneial McKenna to be Justice of the supreme court. Mom J New York, Jan. 13. Money on call. nominally 2tt3 per eent. Prime mer cantile paper, M-K. WELL. INuWN MAN DEAD. Saran.l P. Daalap P...wt Away at IO18O O'clock Lmi Might. Person who have been acenstomed to see the familiar figure ot Samuel P. bun- lap on the street ot the city for the past few years, will be shocked to learn of his unexpected death at 10:30 o'clock last night at his room to the Grand Central hotel. Mr. Dunlnp came to this city from Colorado about fonr years ago, and had then been suffering for a number ot years with consumption. Some friends who saw blm something over ten years sgo In Colorado thought, when they left him, that they had seen blm for the last time, as he was then In a very precarious condition. Years later they again met him In this ci:y apparently no better or worse than when they had last seen him In Colorado. He held to life with t-trong tenacity, and was about 60 years old at the time ot bit death. He had been feeling somewhat better than usual last fall and this winter up to a few days ago when be commenced to grow worse. Mr. Dunlap had amassed quite a for tune In his lite time and Is thought to have been possessed ot considerable wealth at the time of his death. Ue was interested In some mining property In the Cochltl district aud bealdea held large property Interest in this city, Bar ow and other place. Recently he was Investing considerable money In houses and lots In this city and several deals were Interrupted by bis death. The only relative ot the deceased, whose address Is known, Is Robert Dun lap, of Seattle, Wash, who w now at Redlands, Cal. A telegram was sent to him Informing him of the death of his brother. No word has yet been received from him. The remains have been turned over to Undertaker Montfort and soon as word 1 received from bis brother arrangement for the funeral will be completed. Vl.ttara fruw Uallup. Pr. F. K. Hiuch, the good Samaritan of Uallup, came lu trout liie west last nlgnt with hi patient, James Ualoney, wno recently shot bis brother-in-law, James Maruey, while sneering from an attack ot Insanity. Ualoney was ordered to ay Dear before the court in this city to-day, Dr. Hincn paiu a pleasant visii w una office aud Informed us that the develop ment work Is being pushed along rapid iy on the coal property recently purchas ed by Clark Bros., under the supervision or Mr. Hretneriou. When he left Gallup the condition of Miss Kva Kmery, who sustained such a hard fall a few days ago while sliding down the banister at the school building, was slightly improved, although she Is still Irrational. AFFAIKS1N OUIO ! Combine Organization of House May be Unseated. San Jose, CaU May 17, 181M, the victims being his wife, her parents and a brother, the maid servant and hired man. Bis His Election the Cant of Partisan De bate In Congreis. roRAKia COSGt ATTJLAT1S int. Columbus, Ohio, Jan. 13 Senator Hanna left this morning for Cleveland. Ue la worn out. Many leader and worker still remain to watch the proceedings of the legislature. The "Kurt combine'' practically tnrned the organization of the house over to the democrat In dickering on the sen atorslilp, although the house has a re publican majority. An effort will be made to ou-t Speaker Mason and all elected on the Knrts combine ticket. The bribery Investigations are to pro ceed In both house. The senate adopted a resolution yesterday afternoon for the Investigation ot the Otis ease. Both branche) ot the legislature ad journed to-day until Tuesday. In the house there was a long discus sion on the Otis bribery resolution. Re publican wanted to postpone further consideration ot the Otis resolution so that Speaker Mason wonld not appoint the committee to conduct the Investiga tion. Speaker Mason announced the standing committees, when Scott, one of the dissenting republicans, asked Box well a question, aud the latter answered that he would not reply to traitors. When the speaker had Boxwell's words taken down, the latter said It mattered not what the chair held as there would be another speaker. banna'8 home eruption. Cleveland, Ohio. Jan. 13. Senator Uanna was received in this city this af ternoon npon his return from Columbus, with an enthusiasm far greater than that accorded any public man In this city In a decade. Mr. Hanna received the following tele gram from Senator Foraker to-day: "I congratulate you, not only on you',- election but npon your happy remarks to the general assembly. (Signed) 'J. B. Foraie'." HAMMA'a BLECTIOJI. Rack from aanla Vm, Hon. K. W. Clancy, who was at Santa Fe In attendance on the territorial su preme court, returned to the city last night, accompnnled by his wife. Mr. Clancy states that the July term. 1U7, of the territorial supreme court, come to a close yesterday morning, Jan. 12. IH'.W. The day before ( lues day) Chief Justice Smith. In a brief address, eloquently thanked the members ot the New Mexico bar for the courtesy shown litru and the associate Justices the past four years. On behalf of the bar, A. A. Jones, of Las Vegas, re sponded, and. after his speech, he was congratulated on being a most "accom pushed orator. M.w lt.navol.Bt Oflloora. The Non-$ctarian Benevolent society a worthy association held a meeting this morning at the Library association room, and after talking over the affairs for the past year, the following new olll ears were chosen: Mrs. W. W. McClellan, president; Mrs. F. W. Clancy, vice presl dent; Mrs. (i. W. Harrison, treasurer Mrs. J. K. Pearce. secretary. The presl dent, after taking the chair, appointed the following relief committee: Mrs. u. W. Kurir, Mrs. K. W. ( laucy, Mrs. Francis Crossan, Mrs. W. P. Fox. Persons need ing relief should apply to the relief com mittee. niauiNo. For a good Job go to K. J. Post & Co ; they employ competent mechanic from the east. J NO. VAN It A WOKS, K J. Poet & Co. have them In stock. Get their prices aud save money. Mies Josephine Golluer came In from Fort Vt ingate last night, aud is stopping at hturges' Kuropeau. A hot thing Cerrillos coal. Democrat and fUpabllcaa Cos r4Mlnsa iflaraaa lu KITx-t. Washington, Jan. 13. Rep resentatlve OeArmond, (dem. Mo.) areas' Jcally com mented on Senator Hanna' election and the telegram ot congratulation sent him. As to the president' telegram, he (UeArmond) failed to se how Hanna's return could be bnneflcU j to the country, as he was an example to be avoided. Mahony (rep.. N. Y.) replied to DeAr mond. He recalled w oat he termed the victory of the demo jrtic bosses In the Chicago convention, of 1812 when they forced the reuom. nation of Cleveland over the protest of, the state ot New York. The result was tl iut he was repudiated by his party and "ent out of power nnhon ored andunsuog. In lH'JO, he said, the bosses In the r publlcan party nnderto k to repeat t his chaptor ot political history, "f fhen the mass of the republican party," he continued, "seemed almost In d.espalr over the prospect, there rose up a t jian, who, with bull-dog cour age, dan a to give battle to the bosses. Ue trluir ,phed In the nomination ot Will lam Mc Kinley (applause). This Is the reason tl ie American people rejoice thai the niai i who overthrew the bosses has still smvlved In American politics." BTATK.HOOD rOH OKLAHOMA. lajaraa at Target Frartlaa. Washington, Jan. 13. Commander Mc- Call, ot the l ulled State ship Marble head, reported to the navy department from Port Tampa that while at email arm practice yesterday, four men were Injured and two very severely. M.w I.nv.r Po.tma.tar. Washington, Jan. 13. The president to-day sent these Dominations to the sen ate: Lewi Morris Oddlngs, New York, secretary of the embassy at Rome, Italy; Richard T. Greaner, New York, consul at Bombay, India. Postmaster: Colorado, Horace A. W. Tabor, Denver. Lost aat foaad. Dallas, Texas, Jan. 13. Almost the en tire male population ot Waxahachle, twenty miles south of Dallas, la huutiug for the 12-year old daughter ot June 8 Davis, one of the wealthiest men In northern Texas. The child, It I believed, ha been kidnapped or murdered. She was seen at 0 o'clock last evening. At 10 o'clock this forenoon the search ers found "Jlmmle" Davis, the missing 12 year-old daughter ot James Davla, a wealthy resldeul ot Waxahachle, about Ave mile In the country, uninjured but mentally deranged. A L1VBLV Ml NAWAT. On. qI Trotter's Uollr.ry Toam. FaraUh- ad Ka.ltam.at Thla Morala. One of F. F. Trotter's delivery teams caused considerable exnitemeut at 11 o'clock this morulng. The driver drove to the residence ot Mr. Trotter, corner or High street and Silver avenue, on Highlands, to deliver some good. ju(j while performing his duties tr''tHam started off at a lively gait, 'na heavy weight attached to the leath j,t .trap fly lug in every direction. Th' t horses caiue tearing west on Coal ave flue turuwj ih. corner at Seeoud street , amed the Trot ter grocery store at a r -IUo ot tllat w4 absolutely dec,,,, to lhe tJ turned the corner M Kallroad avenue aud passed east on ht street, Just escap ing three or fr r WBff0ns and bug ies and alrr 4.4 mri,,,, thti wii out of half . rt0MU pedestrians. At the corner 0f yirst street they tried to (urn north but .hied off and ran around the, putuey trees and then back on First ttr(t. Billy Olmsted, the livery r ja who has haudled filghteued aulnia' j before and kuew that the Trot tf a dimale were lu for more fun and ma jhuiM, leaped forward and grabbed our, uf the horse at the bit. Although ' tod Into the air, Mr. Olmsted heroFe " ilr kept bis hold and the horse were dually brought to halt. One of the trout wheels of the delivery wagon was brokan almost Into splinters, and the double-tree split n twain. The horse were slightly damaged. Mrs. L. B. Putney and her daughter in law, Mrs. K K. Putney, were ririv'ti east on Railroad avenus, and barely es caped being run down by the frightened horses. HE ATJE1IING ! Dcming Headlight Newspaper Office Destroyed. Orlfln of Fire Estimated Unknown tt $5,000. Loss Mall Order Given Ciireful Attention and Promptly Filled m E I ST E! Agent for Butter lck Pattern unit Dr. Jaeger's Underwear. WILL MOT FHONKCUTK, Stoats Aski the President for Informal' job Regarding Caba. to rtosictm inili sol Demmg, N. M, Jan. 13.-TI M iming Headlight newspaper and Jo' 0 office was destroyed by Or last night, the orin Is unknown. The lorn Is estimated at S.oto, partly covered by li murance. The plant was owned by W. B . Walton. BKNATK WANT to KNOW, What Ma.ar.Ara It , Vorcyj to pratt Amarlraa. Cab. Washington, Jan. 13.-'anetor Can non, of Utah, pre- jentet'. the following resolution In th j senate, and it was adopted: "Resolved, th At t'M president I re quested. If In hif, opinion It la not In compatible, with u,e public Interest, to transnV,t to tly , .o.te at his earliest convenience t, statement showing what measure m tore by thla govern ment In t'ua uiand of Cuba and In the water contiguous thereto to to protect the '.Ives, liberty and property of Ameri can citizens now dwelling In Cuba." Among the measure reported In tho senate to-day was the pension approprl (ton bill. It wm placed on the calendar. The Immigration bill and unQnUhed business was then taken np. CaOry, of Louisiana, made a speech In 'position to the measure. ' At the conclusion of Caff"ry's speech the sens'. went Into c a 'cuti vj session. Sens.cor Frye made a spirited speech this afternoon In support of the Hawaiian treaty, urging upon the senate the great importance ot accepting the Islands while the opportunity was afforded, and pronouncing any refusal to embrace thla opportunity to be folly. TO PKOSBLUTB ZOLA. Far Aa.tt.la Promluoat Praaoh Ofll.lal. f Forla?.- Paris, Jan. 13. Premier Meliu an nounced to-day that th government bad deetded to prosecnto It. Zola on account of hi letter formally accusing the Mln later ot War, Gen. Billot, Gen. Mercler, Major Ravary and Major Patis de Clane ot pBrJury In the Ksterhaty trial. IETsSZIES ISS IT aW UILU ....Leading Jeweler.... WATCH INSPECTOR SANTA FE RAILWAY ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. "Wutehes, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware. Convention Itoln Bold Th.ro To-dajr to Coa.hl.r It. Kingfisher, 0. T, Jan. 13. The inter- partisan statehood convention Is In session hereto-day. Involved In Its deliberations are the removal of the capital and the question ot free homesteads for the Cher okee strip settlers. "Weet Side" favors immediate state hood for Oklahoma, with the present boundaries, excepting to take the capital from Guthrie, while the "Kast Side" wants stattthood . deferred until Oklahoma aud Indian territory may be admitted as one state, believing that this would effectually retain the capital. The free silver element opposes Imme diate statehood, fearing the election of republican senators. The Cherokee strip opposes Immediate statehosd, deeming free homes more Important and fearing to ask congress for too much at once. A split is likely to occur. THE AOHICLLTl HAL. HILL. CoDild.nid la tha Hobh Carrie. Appro prlatloa or 3.8H3.04. Washington, Jan. 13, The bouse to day entered upon the consideration of the agricultural bill. It carries $3,323, m, being 13G.uOU In excess ot the amount for the current year. W adswortb (Rep., N. Y.) chairman ot the agricultural committee, explained that the Increase were due to the constantly growing de maud tor inspections ot meat and meat products for export Under the latltud allowed for debute, Williams (Iem., Miss.) submitted an extended argument in fa vor of the establishment of a postal sav ings bank system. I'KImio Oralu Markat, Chicago, J.mi. 13. WUms. January, WOc; May.KdiU'c. Corn-January, 2c May. 29'.e. Cats January, 22c; May 23a3i4c. Ms.rd.roil Mauy F.opl. Uostou, Jail. 13.-Paul Miller, who Is wautal for the niur.ler of Francis New ton, his wife aud an adopted girl at IlrookQeld, Mass., Is betjeved to be James C. Dunham, who butchered six persons at Jama MaloBoy will ba Takaa to aa A.y- 111 a. la California. The examination of James Maloney, of Gallop, as to his sanity, took place be fore Judge Crumpacker this forenoon Dr. K. K. Hindi, who Is Maloney s phy slclan, testified as to his condition. It Is his opinlou that the cause of Msloney's trouble Is nervousness due to the high al titude lu which he lives. The doctor also expressed his opluion that If his patient could get perfect rest from all business worries and be iu a lower altitude he would entirely recover. Mrs. Maloney, who accompanied her husband, stated that if the authorities would uermlt she would send her bus- baud to some private asylum located In some ot the low altitudes of California. District Attorney finical aud Hhsriff Hubbell conferred with Judge Crura packer ou the case, and It was d.'cM! not to prosecute Maloney, for the reason that no conviction could be secured, and It would only Incur an expense ou the county. Then, too, conUiii uit'iit tu a rlson cell wiiiiu awaiting tne action 01 the jury would be the worst thing that could befall a man in his condition. Dr. Ill rich. Marshal J. W. Green, Mr. and Mrs. Maloney will return to-night to Gallup, aud lu a day or two Marshal lireen will accompany Mr. Malouey to some place, to be decided upon, III Cali fornia. James Harney, the man who was shot by Maloney, has almost eutlrely recovered. Tha Coaatrj HchooU. County Suisrlnteudent B. K. Perea re turned to day from a visit to the schools of hlsnil, Peua Hlunra, Wallace, Cochitl, Hlle, Algodonea, la- fluclUn ami UJo (Is la t asa He found all of the school In a nourishing condition, but hs was espec ially pleased with the one at Hlmul, where Mrs. K. J. Bletcher Is In charge. When she wa appointed last fall It was common saying that no woman could make a success ot the school at Klaud owing to the vicious dispositions of some of the children. Superintendent Herea was highly gratlllnl to "ml every thins running so smoothly there, and de clares thut the Hland children behave fully as well as children anywhere else in the county. PL! Mill NO. Kor a good Job go to K. J. Post A Co.; they emuloy competent mechanic from the east. LI HI NO CHANG'S WISH. Waatad McKlnl.r to Appoint Prod ttraat Mlnl.tor to China. Washington, Jau. 13. LI Hung Chang, who Is back in power, In the days ot China's extremity, wauted Colonel Fred erick D. Grant, of New York, appointed as minister to China. Ketore the arrival of his request Presi dent McKluley had nominated Conger. "Talking Throua-h III. Hat." The Phoenix Republican says: "Jas 1h vine, bandmaster at the ludlan school. who was in Albuquerque, N. M recently, says that there r nuiniHr ot people in tus Duke city who are thinking seriously of locating in Phoenix." it Is little bit too cold at Phoenix, especially when the tact Is known that a foot ot snow sur rnuuds that town, tor any of our citizens, old or new, "to locste In Phoenix." Jimmy Devlne Is evidently "talking through his hut. PKIIIAV. Blue Point Oysters, Salmon, .title Neck tlams, Hmeit, Berwick Bay Oysters, Hake, lOiislers, Drabs, Cut Kish, Holes, flounders, Herring. Stocktaking Is Over... Now to get rid of tho odds and ends that were culled from tho various departments. Wo aro selling them fast. Still, wo havo a good many Special Bargains left, but they will not last long at these Qive-Away Prices... It will pay you to come in and look over our Bargain Tables. BARGAIN NO. 1 One lot Imported Novelty Oreia Patterns, worth up to $15.00, on bar gain table, at $3.SO BARGAIN NO. 2. BARGAIN NO. 5. One lot Fine Broche and Brocaded Silk Velevta, worth up to $3.50 per yard, on bargain table at 75c BARGAIN NO. 3. One lot Fine Cloakings, worth up to $3.50 a yard, on bargain table at, per yard $1.00 BARGAIN NO. 4 One Lot Linen Towels, worth 15c to 35c each, on bargain tables at DC, lac and.... , 10c One lot of Woolen Dresa Gooda in Beautiful Plaids, Lovely Brocades, Handsome Plain Colors and Fancy Weaves, worth up to $1.00 per Yard, on bargain tables at JJ5c, 30c, 4 Oo and. aoc BARGAIN NO. 6 One lot Men's Linen Standing Collars, worth 15c, on bargain tables at 5c BARGAIN NO. 7 One lot Outing Flannel Shirt waists, on bargain tablet at 25c, 50c and fl0 BARGAIN NO. 8 Any Ladies' Walking Hat in the house at Actual Cost (Nothing Reserved.) Ev L. WASHBURN & GO. Clothing For Men and Boys. Our clothing is made by the best tailoring houses in America. Por . feet Lit and serviceable. Prices tho lowest for good clothing in our city. Railroad Avenue, . - Albuquerque San Jimk Mabxit. W. V. T. U, The Women's Christian Temperance t'nlon will meet at the home of airs Har- wimhI, Krlitay, Jan. 14, at 8 p. III. A cor dial Invitation to all. Huth J. Stamm. ecretary. f LUMIIINU. Kor a good Job go to K. J. Post A Co.; they employ competent mechanics froa the east. SmcI1 tsrgtii, Ki-r Sale Two lots on the east aids of r'wond street, net ween Uaruuetta and Koma avenues; tioO each. Calvin Whit ing. JMO. VAN It t NO ICS. K. J. Post Sc Co. have them In stock, (iet their prices aud save mouey. Kor Bent A seven or five-room brick house, centrally located. Inquire 410 north Third street. G eo. C G j tinsloy & Co. Big Cleaning Up Sale of Shoes ... As you know, we all have a general housecleaning once or twice a year Well, we are going; to have one of ours now, and such, a grand cleaning up you never heard of before. ItwiII, and must be, the greatest of the greatest and the biggest of the biggest. Now we are going to extend a oenrril invitation to every woman, man and child to come to our store and help us out in this Grand Cleaning Up Sale of Good, Honest Foot wear, and you will come when you learn what we are going to do for y ou. We will make it of interest to you, and, better and greater than all. dollars In your pockrts. On Wednesday,- January- 12, we khall be gin our General Cleaning Up Sale. We will place on sale 500 pairs of shoes, all kinds and all sizes. They will be on display marked in plain red figures. The price will be regardless of cost. We want them to go and theymust go. We want the room for our new Spring lines, you want the shoes. This i the chance of a lifetime to get a good, honest pair of shoes for little money. Come to our store and see for yourself what we are doing. Everything will be before you in plain red figures. Positively the grandest bargains in strictly first-class shoes ever offered in Albuaueraue. This sale will last ten days, commencing January 12. Attend it and make money. Respectfully, GEO. C GAINSLEY & CO, 122 South Second Street. AGENTS FOR McCall Bazaar Patterns. AO Patterns 10c and 15c NONE H1GHEK. THE ECONOMIST 204 Railroad Avnue, Albuquerque). N. M. THE BEtfT LK11ITED NTOKK IN THE CITY. MAIL ORDERS Filled Same Day as Received. 1 898-Looking Backward-1 897. J-Mtone year ago this store was opened to the public under the name of and our motio : "UKriKK 001DS FOB LESS MONEY THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE," has proven a success. THE SFCRET Under n ircumstances is trash tolerated here. Better qualities, better sei vice, better whatever posihV has been and will continue to be the aim and ambition of this store. Old customers r in tin firm. New ones are coming daily. We guarantee everything we sell to be as r rr. scnted. No prices but the lowest price. We want you to feel that this ii "your store" in every way. You can go through the various departments und gaze and price to your heart's content, intelligent salespeople will answer your questioning. That's the begining and end of the whole story. NOW FOU THE NEW YEA lit We have finished taking inventory and have found remnants and broken lots in various depart ments which we will close out regardless of cost. Men'a Wool Shirt Remnants ot Drens Good About 25 pieces all wool Dress Goods, ranging from i to 8 yards in a piece, reg ular price of which was up to $1.50 a yard take your pick of any for U'.io a yard. llfiiiiiuiita of HllkH and Velvets About 50 pieces assorted Silk and Velvet Remnants from to S yards In a piece, ranging in price up to $1.35 a yard take your pick of any for 50c a yard. Itemnuntti of Cotton Good Assorted lot of Remnants, consisting of Cotton Goods accumulated all over the house, consisting of all kinds of goods, all piled on one table take your choice of any piece, ouly 5c a yard. Odds und Kudu of Corsets The celebrated W C C make; a few numbers we arechmng out. If we have your size take 'cm for 75c, worth up to $2.50 69 Men's Wool Shirts, all sizes, worth up to $ 3 each. These were a sample lot. If we have your size take 'em for 05o each. Men's Underwear A heavy Cotton Ribbed Shirt and Pants, bought to sell at 65c you can have 'em now for only 41)0 each. Union Suit Misses Grey Ribbed Union Suit, sizes 3 4 and S; only a few left take em for l5c suit. Ladles' Handkerchiefs We still have quite a quantity of those lwft which we had on display at 5c and 15c you can have your pick now of the 5c handkerchiefs 3 for l()c, and of the 15c handkerchiefs 3 for 5i5o. ItllttOIIM 200 Dozen Buttons of all kinds, sizes and shapes. All kinds only 5c a dozen.