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eie albuqtjerque Daily' Cit. JOB PRINTING HOOK niNDINU la all Is arnntrniai ao4 airerat r J hi ill btawoiaii branch aeally ton al fci MfAti naathr Soo a ran OITIHSHN. ram omaiN VOLUME 12. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 14, 1898. NUMBER 75. ken, IN WASHINGTON ! Senate Takes No Action on He Kenna's Nomination. Will Iarestlgate Recent Burnlnc of Two Seminole Indians. Resolution Appropriating IJJ.OOO for the Purpose Introduce! by Quay. but atroai nroumT. Washington. Jan. 14 The ssoata com mtttaa on prlvllcfwi and plscttons to-day decided to tnaka an adrrrm report npon H. W. Cor twit' claim to a mwt In ttassen ata from Oregon. Ths rota wu 4 to 8 and wu cant on partisan How aicpt Senator Burrow, republican, who waa absent, was counted upon till authority In oppiMltloo to Corb'tt. The genata took np the nomination of Attorney General atiKeuoa to ba Juetlea of the npreme court. Immediately opon going Into eiecu!lr session to-day, but, aa It waa made apparent after a few m'n ntaa dlcutlon that tba comlnat'on could not le dlnpoaed of to day, action waa postponed. In the senate t -day Har (Ma.) pre sented lut reHolutlon proposing an amendment to the constitution, provid ing that the 30th of April shall ba sub atltuted for the 4th of March aa the com mencement aud termination oftheoffl elal term of president, lea president, aenatora end reprenentatlm in congress;. It waa referred to the committee on priv ilege and elections. Quay (Pa ) offered a resolution which was referred to tha committee on Indian affairs, requiring tha secretary of tha In terior to investigate tha recent alleged burning to death of two Seminole In dian' by a mob in Oklahoma territory and report thereon. The resolution appropriates $25,000 fur the Investigation, apprehension and pun ishmeut ot the guilt? persons. Lodge (Mass.), offered resolution, which waa agreed to, ealllug npon the secretary of agrlcnltura to aupply the aenate with Information as to the amount of augar Imported into tha United Rtates; the amouut ot beet augar produced in the United States; with what augar, im ported or domwtlo. beet augur comes into competition; aud what effect the Hawaiian augar baa, or can bave upon the beet augar production of the United States. congress to pass an enabling act provid ing for tha admission of Oklahoma as a state; also a resolution urging the pas sage of the free home bill, which I pend ing In the house ot representative. Pr.t4. atlal ItntnlaatloM. Washington, Jan. 14. The president tr-day se t these nominations to the aen ate: Consuls George W. Dickinson, of New York, at Acapulcn, Mexico; Louts Gtildschmldt, ot New Hampshire, at I guayra, Veneiuela. Chloaga Urmia Mark at. Chicago, Jan. 14. Wheat January. tfl V; Ma-,80le. Corn January, 21S; May, 291,8.' Oats January, 22c; May, PROKPKROIS t'MIOH COPKTV. Hota Has Strack Northaaatani Maw M.Blao, Hon. Ollln K. Smith, of Clayton, dis trict attorney for Union and Colfai ooun- tloe, was In Banta Fa on legal business, ud In conversation with representa tive of the New Mexican said: "Clayton Is growing rapidly, and the first boom tha town ever bad la on. In the past year wa have gained loo per cent in population, and buildings are going np in every part ot tha place. Borne of the building in course of construction are a flrl.ouo stone hotel, eight or ten new residenoea and a Catholic church and a convent will soon be established. An electric light plant has been ordered and will be In running order within 00 days, Sheriff Gal legos and Mr. Luis t. Garcia have organized a bank nnder the territorial laws, with a capital stock of 85,000, which will ba doing business in tha course of threa months. Tha capital stock has been subscribed and the busi ness arrangements are being pushed to completion as raptdlv aa possible. The sheep and cattlemen of tha conn ty have done well the past year. The range In Union county ia acknowledged to be one of the finest In the territory, and there will be more stock on the plains the coming year than for years past. The Matidor Cattle company is putting 6,000 head ot rattle on the ranges near Clayton, and rangemen are coming In from the 1'auhandle country in Texas with thousands more. There already 800,000 head of aheep in the county, and that number will be largely increased in the spring. "Union county Is In the most prosper oua condition it has ever been. The peo ple have plenty of money and are planning to make more. I can aafely say that prosperity has arrived in Union county, and no one la making any objec tions so the turn for the better." UP.H1MU SKA M ATTIC HS. Prwldant RaaoramaniW Apprnprlatloa or 473,181.110 la Par A want. Washington, Jan. 14 The president to-day submitted to congress the awards and report of the commission appointed nnder the terms of the treaty ot 181X1 to adjust the claims of British subjects for lotctes sustained through the seizure of scaling vessels In the Baring sea. The president recomuieuds that the amount necessary to satisfy the award of the commissioners, 1473,151.20, be appropri ated. THE LOW Kit IIOINK. Imitation to Attend Intariiatlunal fl.h arlaa Imposition Arcaptatt. Washington, Jan. 14. The house man agers decided not to proceed v 1th the consideration of the diplomatic and con sular appropriation bill to day, but give the day tor the consideration ot private bills. This was done to avert the poesi bllttv ot precipitating a aensatlonal Cuban debate. A resolution accepting the Invitation of the government of Norway to participate in the international fisheries exposition at Bergen in Ib'A was called up. Can non, chairman of the appropriation com' mittee, said the exposition question In congress was running wild. Bimpkins (rep., Mass.) called attention to the tact that Norway, second to none la ll-herles, accepted our invitations to participate bt Philadelphia and Chicago. Common courtesy and decency demanded that we accept this Invitation. The res olution was adopted. Kan.a. lly Market, Kansas City, Jan. 14 Cattle-Receipts, 8, on; market steady to 10 cents lower. Texas steers, f 3.404.26; Texas cows, J HM3.15; native steers, fa 2M5.00; native cows aud heifers, tl.7o44.25i Blockers aud feeders, i2.oO34.70; bulls, 2.5i3.70. Kheep Kecelpts, 2,(100; market strong. Lambs, t3.0ueo.60; muttons, $:)oo 4.u0. Laailtlif Marrliant SutvtUaa. Washington, Jan. 14. Sea ton Perry, one ot the leading dry goods merchants of Washington, committed suicide this morning by shooting. He was In poor health. The Money Market Experiences an Extreme Stringency. BUI Introduced for Issue of Currency Notes Acalnst Gold. Senate Confirm. Ex-Seaator Tibjr at Foitmastcr at Denver. COMKTTTII ICOMMIITDS I A IT A ft. Calcutta, Jan. 14. Sir James Westland, finance minister ot the eouucll, Intro duced a bill to-day providing for the Issue ot currency notes in India against gold. Mr. Arthur, paid secretary ot state In London, In behalf of the banks and ehambora ot commerce, Indorsed the measure. The finance minister said the Indian money market waa experiencing period of extreme stringency. The local resources were unable to supply the demands ot trade. The acarcity waa due to the banks remitting their capital at home and keeping as little as possible in India. This policy waa adopted before the legislation ot 18V3, aud was not In consequence of that legislation- But while they were advancing towards the attainment ot 18 d rupee.tne success militated against tha transfer of sterling capital to India in exchange. The banks mnst operate upon commercial princi pals and no blame was attached to them Sir James Westland denied the allega tion that the government waa holding money In order to starve commerce and force up exchangee; but recent demands the government had been so heavy that It had been obliged to ask the secre tary of state to Intermit the drawings. The a mount In hand waa ample to as sure the convertibility of the Indian notes. Therefore there is no risk from the currency point of view. RECOMMEND SANTA tl. Oommlttaa aa Tarrltorlaa Favor. Location or tha Capitol Thar. Washington, Jan. 14. The house com mittee on territories made a favorable report on the Fergusaon bill to perma nently locate the capital at Santa K. The committee aaya a large majority of tha people ot New Mexico desire that the old city shall coutlnue the eapltal. Hoaaahald Oooda lor Sala. Consisting of elegant oak bedroom anlt, almost new baseburner aud moquettecar pet, lace curtains, shades, dining room furniture, center table, eeveral fine lamps, mirrors, bed lonnge, marble clock, oak re trigerator, kitchen f nrntture, etc Can be seen at any time. John L. Andrews, fill south Kdlth street. Monajr atarkab New York, Jan. 14. Money on call, nominally 8.l,f,3 per cent. Prime mer cantile paper, a'vi?41.- Sil.ar an New fork, Jan. 14. Silver, Leal, (3.00. Copper, 10','o, P.tltloa for Siatahood. Kingfisher, Okla., Jan. H.-Ths inter partisan statehood convention adopted unanimously a resolution petitioning Hon. K. D. Kenna, ot Chicago, and K M. Kenna, of St. Louis, the former the general solicitor ot the Santa Ke rati way, who were here yesterday and to day In consultation with Capt. C. N. Sterry. will return north to night. Capt Sterry and James Hamilton are also ex pcted to leave the city this evening for Los Augeles. The captain reports his family In excellent health, but states that for all around climate Albuquerque dig tances Los Augles. Judges J. K. McKle, ot Las Cruces, and J. W. Parker, of Illllsboro, came up from the south last night and met Governor Otero, who came down from Santa Ke. It is understood that the confirmation of Judge McKle has been held up in the senate on acconnt ot the fact that Judge Langhlln's term has not expired yet, and that he was removed without cause. The gentlemen returned to their respective towns again last night. Division Superintendent Hibbard, of the Santa Fe Pacific, with hla clerks, W H. Comstock and K, G. Stinnet, came in from the west last night, and registered at 8turges' European. Mr. Hlbbard's headquarters bave been removed from Gallup to Winslow. He expects to make his next trip to this city In bis special car, which was received the other day from the Topeka shops. Col. K. W. Dobson received telegram from W. B. Chllders stating that be had been notified that Judge Hamilton would not be able to reach the case of the Amer lean Valley company vs. J. W. Schofield to-day, so Attorneys Dobaon, Field and Clancy did not go to Socorro this morn' log as they Intended. Undertaker M out fort last night re ceived a telegram from Isaac Dunlap, brother of Samuel Dunlap. who died In this city Wednesday night, saying that he would leave for Albuquerque this morning, and to hold the body until he arrived. Miss Sophia Hogan, sister of Mrs Calvin Whiting, left last night for Fresno, Cal., where she will visit Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Matson, Jr., for a tew days. Walter Weinman, son of Mr. and Mia. J. A. Weinman, is reported considerably better to-day. He has been seriously 111 the past week with pneumonia. Kleanor K. Hprague and Harry Kber letu, two gentlemen from McCouuell vllle, Ohio, are at the Grand Central. The finest and largest oysters in town can te had at the San Jose Market. ....Leading Jeweler.... WATCH INSPECTOR SANTA FE RAILWAY ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware Chlaas-o aaaaa Mai a at. Chicago, Ian. 14. Cattle Receipts, ,000; steady to shade lower. Beeves, 8.60(45.30; cows and heifer, 12.10(4.50; stockers and feeders. $3Jtxa .35; Texas steers, t3.404.&0. Sheep Receipts, 8.000; market steady. Native sheep, $3.00f4.0O; westerns, 3 ao4.40; lambs, I4.00C6.75. Ks-SaaaUtr Tabor CaaSraaad. Washington, Jan. 14, Among the nominations confirmed by the aenate to day waa that of ex-Senator Tabor, of Col orado, to be postmaster at Denver. Trl-Waaklj Limited. The trl-weekly flyer, as heretofore stat ed, will be Inaugurated at Chicago on Moudny, Jan. 17, und will reach Albu querque on Wednesday, Jan. 1U. Kvery Monday, Wednesday aud Friday thereaf ter the limited will arrive at thla city from the east, and every Mouday, Wednesday and Saturday from the west. The first limited from the west, under the trl-weekly arrangement, will reach Albuquerque on Monday, Jan. 24. The time Is the same, arriving from the east at 11 6 a. at., and from the west at 3:66 tu. RAILWAY Hl'lXe,TIN. BY lllVIHION ttUI'KRINTKNDKNT HL'HLIY. Record bulletin No. 82: Recently a car was bandied In two dinerent trains on this division as an empty when It was loaded. Conductors In both Instances tailed to examine the car carefully Agent at forwarding station also tailed to examine the car, as well as agent at first terminal. Both conductors, the for warding agent aud the seal taker at terminal bave been suspended fifteen days. Record bulletin No. 83: Recently road eugiue, In backlog from yard to roundhouse In a termlual yard on this division, waa struck by switch eugine on main Hue. Engineer on eugiue claimed that red light on rear ot tauk on engine was not buruiug. Evidence lu the case, however, shows it was. Switch engineer, bad be been keeping a lookout, would not have struck the road eugine, partlcu larly as the road engine was running In the same direction at the time ot colli Ion. On account of being a newly pro moted man aud a new fireman the switch engineer has been suspeued thirty days aud the fireman reprimanded. Record bulletin No. 84: Recently as a train was pulling out ot siding lu a ter initial yard engineer did not wait for brakeuian to get ahead of eugine and Hue up switches, aud derailed a part of bis engine on open switch. It is neces sary to have brakeman gs ahead of en glue at night and kuow that switches are right. Kuglueer has been held reepon slble and suspended ten days. Record bulletin No. 85: Recently an engine was derailed i n this dlvlslou on account of brakeman, who was riding on freight footboard, and engineer, not no ticing that switch was set against them It was snowing and blowing, and greater care should have been taken to have known Dosltivelv that the switch was right before nslng It. The engineer and brakeman have been suspended ten days Record bulletin No. 87: A conductor on this division has been suspended ten days for being slow In getting numbers and bills on freight train. Record bulletin No. 8ti: Recently a brakeman aud two switchmen were fmind to be nnder the Intlueneeof Intox leant. They have been dismissed from tha service. Attention la called to para graph 4, ot general superintendent's cir cular ot July 20, 1RU7. Record bulletla No. 89: Recently an operator at an Important station on thla division became Intoxicated during the time he was on duty at night. He has been dismissed from the service. Atten tion la again called to paragraph 4, of the general superintendent's circular ot July 20, 18M7. C. M. Taylor, the Ban la Fe division master mechanic at Raton, baa Issued the following bulletin: Record bulletin No. 25: A fireman on this division recently undertook to move au engine with a view to coupling on to a pameuger train without the permission of the eiig'.ueer. The fireman atrnck the train sulliclently bard to damage a draw bar, for which be has been suspended thirty days. Firemen bave no authority whatever to handle engines. Aoalriant or Mataldaf When Frank X. Vigil, the deputy sher iff ot Valencia county, returned with hla family to hla booia at Los Lnnaa yester day afternoon, be found the door locked, and upon looking In through the win dow he aaw the body of K I more Weir, a 13-year-old boy, who bad been left In charge ot the bouse, lying on the floor In a pool of blood. Investigation ahowed that the boy had shot himself through the head with a revolver which was found by his side. The supposition at first waa that it waa an accident, bnt other circumstance! seemed to Indicate that it waa a case ot suicide. The boy, who wss the eon ot Joseph Weir, a car penter in thla city, ran away from borne about a year ago and went to Los Lnnaa. He was taken Into the borne of Mr. Vigil, where he bad since lived. Kffnrta were made to find hie parents, but as these failed, he waa probably buried at Los Lunas to-day. TbiCitizbn learna this afternoon that William Joseph Weir, the father ot Kl- more Weir, the little boy who shot him self at Los Lunas yesterday, went down to Los Lunas this morning and returned this afternoon. Aa It waa Impossible to Oud him no further facts could be learned n regard to the matter. SATURDAY. VIHH, OTdTKHS, BTC. Smelts Salmon Soles IiOhsters Cat Fish King Fish Peanut Clams Flounders Ittle Neck Clams Bine Point Oysters Berwick Bay Oysters POULTRY. Turkeys Chickens , Geeee Ducks Eighteen varieties See new brands listed below. HAMS AND BACON. WhltUker 8. and B. Gold Band Helmet Swift a Premium Sliced Bacon. PICKLED. Lamb's Tongues, Ox Hearts, Ox Lips, Pig Kant, rig Tails, Pig Hnouta, Pig Feet, Bpleed Tripe. rtCKLIS, CHOW-CHOW, ETC Chow-chow, Tomato Cataun. Mexican Hop, and Extract ot Tomato, all In bulk Sweet, Sour, Dill and Pandora Pickles. Horse Radish Mustard. French Carters. Queen Olives, Chill Sauce. HMOXED AND BALT VIHH. Anchovies, Norway Sardines. Norsk Fet Slid. Potomac Roe Herring. Herrlns (four varieties), Salmon, Georges Cod, Halibut, Lake Superior White Fish, Mackerel (tour varieties). 81'KCIAL. Lamb Spare Ribs Luncheon Beer Ieonl Sausage Hoistein sausage D'Arles Sausage Hog's Head (cleaned) Pork Tenderloin Sweet Breads Boneless Pig's Feet Boneless Rolled Ham (Extra) Boneless Boiled Ham (Medium.) Leber Kase (Pate de fol Gras.) SAN JOSE MARKET. FLU St HI NO. For a good Job go to K. J. Post & Co.; they employ competent niechaulce from the east. THK MAIS a ILL A fine brass padlock for 16c Yale pattern night latch tor 25c Buck saws for Ue An Al handled axe for WW Positively the lowest priced store in Albuquerque CUBAN AFFAIRS ! Farther Attacks Made on News paper Offlces in Havana. General Lee Doe Not Aatlclpate Another Outbreak. Dlitarbancci Rot Directed United States Cltlient. Aralnit 10 WAllIIT WILL Bl HIT. Washington, Jan. 14. A telegram re ceived from Consul General Lee thla morning reported much excitement and further attacks on the newspaper offices In which the soldiers participated. General Lee added that he did not an ticipate another outbreak, bnt would not be surprised at one. None of the dis turbances, he reported, had been directed against the United States or American cltixena. The president will not aend a war ship to Cuba at present. rinrtcT calm rnxvAiLs. Perfect calm prevails at Havana, ac cording to the dispatches received by Senor de Lome, the Spanish minister, to day. EXSTHICTIVI MKA8CRU ADOPT ID. Havana, Jan. 14. A decree baa been published prohibiting the publication In the dally newspapers of cable dispatches without previous censorship and twelve boura notice of their receipt. In addition In the future the postolllce here will de tain national and foreign newspapera not having been previously censored. Another edict will be published shortly forbidding gathering In groups of more than foor persona. A Saaa lor Maalth Baakara. Ranch three and one-balf miles from town for rent, with 100 acres pasture; a warm, comfortable house, furnished with cooking utensils, beds, mattresses, etc Cellar and cistern, with buggy aud har ness in the bargain. Price per month, 110. Call on A. W. Rankin, room tf, N. 1'. Armljo building. A KtW HKANU Of oysters Just received; as big as your fist, and we charge you the same price for them as other people ask yon for little ones. Come in and see them. San Joel Markit. Prof. E. A. Allen, superintendent ot lbs government Indian school, and one of the school's teachers. Miss Wallace, with a number of pupils, made pleasant visit to this office this afternoon, and the little "red peo ple" were much Interested In the run ning ot the big power press, ths working of the engine, the type setting by the swift compositor, aud the manipulations of the ruling machine by the loreuiau oi the bindery department. People have a motive for whatever they do lu life. Thus they go to Alaska wheu In search of wealth and gold aud like wise they go to Trotter wheu they want to get the very best groceries at the most reasonable prices. There will be a dance at Schaub Bros.' place in old town Saturday night, Jan uary lo. Economical buyers will find genuine bargains at ths Economist this week. See those bargains In dress goods this week at Ilfeld's. tow Sala-Plaao. One of the best makes, excellent tone, good as new. Address C. H. Daeoomb, Ulghlnnd house, Albuquerque. FLUMH1NO. For a good job go to E. J. Post k Co.; they employ competent mechanics from the east. j no. van kahuks, R. J. Post A Co, have them In stock. Get their prices and save money. Superintendent ot Mail Carriers D. C. Phillips has completed the placing ot the new aluminum colored mall collec tion boxes, ot which there are alxty-Ove. Several new points In the city are now covered by the collections, and the boxes are admirably distributed. The new color Is a decided Improvement on the old. The large paper boxea will be fin ished and placed In position next week. Captain Swau will deliver hla aecond lecture on the birthplace of the human race, at the Methodist college hall, Jan. 22. The captain appears as a supporter or the new world as against the claims of the old to have been the cradle of man. He has a number of evidences to support his side ot the case, which he will piesent with his lecture, and no one should miss bearing him. There will be a game of foot ball be tween the town boys aud the Indian school eleven at the fair grounds at 2:30 p. ni. to-morrow. It is understood that both sldea have agreed to play foot ball and not to Indulge In a free-for-all fight. The ring leaders lu the disturbance at the last game will not take part in tha game tomorrow. House and all Improvements on Mesa, three miles from town. Can be obtained for their care; borsee on place for sale. For particulars Inquire at F. Q. Pratt & Co.'s grocery store. Come in and see our new brand of ex tra One large oysters. San Jose Market. A hot thing Cerrllloe coal. Mail Order Given Careful Attention nml Promptly Filled in U U GST I! Agent for Butter' Ick'fi Pattern and Dr. Jaeger'a Underwear. Stocktaking: Is Over... Now to get rid of the odds and ends that woro culled from the various departments. Wo arc selling them fast. Still, wo havo a good many Special Bargains left, but they will not last long at thcL Give-Away Prices... It will pay you to come in and look over our Bargain Tables. BARGAIN NO. 1 One lot Imported Novelty Dreai Patterns, worth up to $15.00, 00 bargain table, at $3.00 BARGAIN NO. 2 One lot Fine Droche and Brocaded Silk, Velevta, worth up to $3.50 per yard, on bargain table at 73c BARGAIN NO. 3 One lot Fine Cloaking!, 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 Oc, 15c and 19c BARGAIN NO. 5. One lot of Woolen Dresa Good in Beautiful Plaids, Lovely Brocades, Handsome Plain Colors and Fancy Weaves, worth up to $1.00 per Yard, on bargain tables at 23c, 30c, 40c and 50c BARGAIN NO. 6 One lot Men's Linen Standing Collars, worth 15c, on bargain tables at BARGAIN NO. 7 One lot Outing Flannel Shirt waists, on bargain tables at 25c, 50c and , BARGAIN NO. 8...... Re 75o Any Ladies' Walking Hat in the house at Actual Cost (Nothing Kenerved.) nrr Tgn3Tr -ttti E.L. WASHBURN & CO. Clothing For Men and Boys. Our clothing is made by the best tailoring houses in America. Per fect lit and serviceable. Prices tho lowest for good clothing in our city. Railroad Avenue, - Albuquerque F.G.W&C0.I Sole Agents mo Mhd brand ihU. UKALKHI IN STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES 214 S. Seeond St AGENTS FOR McCall Bazaar Patterns. All Pattcrm 10c and 15c THE ECONOMIST MAIL ORDERS Filled Same Day as Received ixwrNc mvruiR. ao4 Raroad Avanu, Albuquerqu. M M. aaw THE BK8T LIGHTED HTOHE IN THE CITY. iSpS-Looking Backward-1 897. Just one bar ago this store was opened to the public under the name of Hill.tx.ro t'rrtirlirry Mutter beat ull tartli. Inli-r. S.illiltrd He lellry Attend GEO. C.GAINSLEY &C0.'S Red Letter Sale We Are Offering Some Bargains in Footwear. Sale Lasts Until Jan. 25. Geo. C. Gainsley & Co. 129 South S.cond Street. R.llabl. Sho. Deal.ra. and our motto: 'UETTEtt OOODi FOR LESS MONEY TIIA.N ANY OTHER HOUSE," has proven a success. THE SECRET Under no ircumstances is trash tolerated here. Better qualities, better service, better whatever possible has been and will continue to be the aim and ambition of this store. Old customers remain firm. New ones are coming daily. We guarantee everything we sell to be aa rtrres nted. No prices but the lowest price. We want you to feel that this is "your store" in every way. You can go through the various departments and gaze and trice to your heart's content, intelligent salespeople will answer your questioning. That's the begioing and end of the whole story. NOW TO!. THE NEW YEA US We have finished talcing inventory and have found remnants and broken lots in various depart ments which we will close out regardless of cost. Men' Wool Shirt 69 Men's Wool Shirts, all sizes, worth up to $2 each. These were a sample lot. If we have your size take 'em for 05c each. lteimiantH ot Drvnn (lootls About 25 pieces all wool Dress Goods, ranging from 1 to 8 yards in a pitce, reg ular price of which was up to $1.50 a yard take your pick of any for Mio a yard. Keinnunta of Silks ami Velvets About 50 pieces assorted Silk and Velvet Remnants from to 5 yards in a piece, ranging in price up to $1.35 a yard take your pick of any for 50c a yard. KeninuiitH of Cotton (loorix 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, only 5c a yard. Oilda and End of Cornet The celebrated W C C make; a few numbers we areclosing out. If we have your size take 'em for 75c, worth up to $2.50 Men's Underwear A heavy Cotton Ribbed Shirt and Pants, bought to sell at 65c you can have 'em now for only 4i)o each. Union Suit Misses Grey Ribbed Union Suit, sizes 3, 4 and 5; only a few left take 'em for 25c suit. LudleH' HundkercliIeiH We still have quite a quantity of those Iwlt which we had on display at 5c and 15c you can have your pick now of the 5c handkerchiefs 3 for 10c, and of the 15c handkerchiefs 3 for 25e. Kut ton 200 Dozen Buttons of all kiads, sizes and shapes. All kinds only 5c a dozen.