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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 22, 1898.
The Senate Considers Teller's Sil
The President Nim'nates GoTernor
Griff for Attorney G;aeral.
Senator Alles Receive Testimonial for
Bit Defense of Womaa't Honor.
NenrtDaehrlctiten demand that Ger
man? lmrarilatelr nd two torpedo
dlrutlons to Klao-Choa bur.
IOCS! Off IIF1ISIITATTVM
Washington, Jan. 21 Oa ths desk of
Allen, of Nebraska, at tho opening of to
day's wwhIoo of th senate, wm a stand of
beautiful American Beauty and Brides'
rose aa "a testimonial from tbo ladleo'
department for your nobis and braro de
tenus of woman'! honor." Allea cham
pioned tho mdm of Mrs. U. K. Roberta,
amraullr llmled from tho penelon
Cannon, of L'tah, Introdnoed a bill pro
viding for the publication of lha pension
The resolution of Teller providing that
bonds of tho United States may bs paid
In Mirer was laid befors tho senate.
Stewart, of Nevada, addressed the senate.
He said tho dUregard of a resolution
which la already the law of tho United
Slates brought many calamities opon
the land and tba results had been disas
trous and lamentable. Ho attributed tho
panle of 18U3 directly to a disregard of
Nelson (Ulnueeota) cffVrrd the follow
ing amendment to the Teller resolution:
"And It 1 the duty of the United States
government under Hinting lawn to main
tain tli parity of Its valuo In gold and
liver money, so that a dollar of one
money shall, for all monetary purposes,
always b equal in valuo to dollars of the
After Stewart's speech tho senate
paused a nnmber of bills, to which there
were no objections, Including one pro
viding that willows, whose' marriage to
discharged soldiers takes place after the
passage of the act, shall not bs entitled
to a peuslon.
IN TBI RorsB.
In the house to-day a resolution re
questing the state department to trans
mit to the house all Information in Its
possession relative to the military execu
tion of Col. Bull, the Spanish envoy to
Insurgent eamp at Arangors, was adopt
ed without division.
The foreign affairs committee reported,
with an unfavorable recommendation,
the Lewis resolution calling on the state
department tor a draft of the Hawaiian
anneiation treaty and information on
what constitutional way the president
bad to contract for the payment of the
Hawaiian debt of $4,000,000 out of the
Ultt explained that the resolution bad
been offered at the last session, and as
the treaty had been made publle there
was no necessity tor its passage.
Bailey (dem., Texas) thought the latter
part of the resolution broached a ques
tion of Importance that could be In
quired Into with propriety.
Hltt cut oft the debate with a demand
for the previous question.
The resolution was laid on the table,
Bailey, the democratic leader, created
a Hurry by rislug to a question of perso
nal privilege in connection with the eon
trovers; with Speaker Reed at the close
of the Cuban debate Thursday.
Bailey reviewed the entire controversy
and In conclusion reiterated several
times the statement that the agreement
he had with Hltt bad been violated.
Hltt, Henderson and others in reply
pointed out that no such agreement, if
made (which they Insisted was not the
case) would be valid because It Involved
a waiver of the roles of the bouse. The
speaker emphatically supported this
view and re-affirmed the statement that
no agreement was made.
The house took np the Indian appro
Weakly Hash atataineat.
New York, Jan. 'J2. The weekly bank
etatement shows: Surplus reserve. In
crease, 5 306,425; loans, lucrease, $12,
477.600; specie. Increase, t2.O08.80O; legal
tenders, Increase, f '.(,012,8' W; deposits, In
crease, $23,bS0,UUO; circulation, decrease,
The banks flow hold 131,275,200 In ex
cess of legal requirements.
froiulnftnt Ladjr laad.
Clevelaud, Ohio, Jan. 22. A telegram
from Palm Beach, Kla, announces the
death of Mrs. Mary Payne Bingham, of
this city, the daughter of the late Senator
H. B. Payne.
thleac Orals Market.
Chicago, Jan. 22. Wheal January,
&3V; M7. Vic. Corn January, 2)e;
May. 2h;.6'M. Oats January, 'He;
Vmw Attorn? O.acraL
Washington, Jan. 22. The president
to-day nominated John W. Griggs to be
attorney general. Griggs Is the gover
nor of New Jersey.
London, Jan. 2? A dispatch from
Berlin says: In view o. 'he dispatch of
the Japanese Qeet to Chinese waters, the
Arra-ai jim simo's scalp.
TK. Tborataa Raataaraatar BiHrtom
With Two Ma a.
Thornton. N. M- Jan. 11. Jim Sing.
the proprietor of the "Short Order" res
taurant, had an experience last night
which he told to your correspondent as
Jim owed a bill of 16 30 to Donaclano
Salli'gos, a storekeeper at Pena Blanca.
(iallea-oa, witn Jose Maria Ateneio,
came to Jim's place at fc o'clock on the
i.iglit of the 2'Hb and opon tbe money
beins; produced and uffsrrd inpayment,
he ((iallegoe) dem milej on of Jim's hogs
iu part payment In place of the entire
amount. Not caring to part with the hog
he refused to settle the account that way
and laid the full amount of the account
on the cnuuter for ttallpgo to take
Uallegos, after taking all but li.lio of
the monev, attacked Jim, and with the
aid of Ateunin tried to hang him by the
neck with a piece of ballug wire fastened
to the beam overhead Hut upon Jim
making a desperate flht they went out
of the house and left, taking Jim's hog
Kanaa. City Mark at.
Kansas City. Jan. 2 i-Cattle Rlpt,
.100; market steady.
Texas steers. 166(14.26; Texas cows,
tl66(f3.40; native steers, $3Kk$4.E6;
native rows and heifers, i2.00cg4.2o 1
stockers and feeders, 116009.00; bulls,
Sheep Receipts, 2,000; market steely.
Lambs, I3.25eo.00; muttons, 13 10tf
4.60. ILL D BUS MOTHER.
Vlra.ll allaher r.aad Oallt aa Sea..
aaa4 a Death.
Galveston, Texas, Jan. 22. The Jury In
the ease of Vlrgtl Gallaher, charged with
the murder of his mother last August,
returned a verdict of guilty to-day and
eased the death penalty. Gallaher Is
a medical student, twenty years old.
Aaaarteaa Itaaaa. W laa.
London, Jan. 22. Charles Kllpatrtek,
tbe American rnnner, beat George Tlnck-
ler. tbe Irish renner. In the first of their
two races to-day tor $iiO a side.
Mlablsaa Hut CM..
Maranette, Mie Jan. 22. Wilkinson'
bank eloaed to-day. t. at. Wilkinson
mads an assignment to protect the Inter
ests of his estate. V ilkiuson la mug at
the point of death.
APPEAL HOT GKAHTED.
la tha TalboM Mat tar I mum Da a las Ap
Probate Judge Hubbell to-day refused
to grant the appeal of Nelll B. Held, In
the matter of the estate of W. E. Talhott
on a motion to strike out the exceptions
Hied by the creditors of the estate, on
the gronnd that they had slept away
their right and their claim had become
outlawed by tha statute of limitation
Isaac DiiniaD was appointed admin
istrator for the estate of his brother.
Samuel Dnnlap, deceased. He snbmltted
hood In the sum or I'a.iwu, signed by
W. 8. Htrlckler and U. 8. Otero, which
was approved by the court.
A number or bins were allowed against
the estate of Pablo Anaya.
David Weiller, administrator for the
estate of Martin Maniroth. was ordered
to sell the personal property of the de
ceased at private sale.
Ohio LegislatiTe Committee In
.estimating Them To-day.
Horace B. Dunbar, Brother tf EE
Dunbar, of This City, Testified.
Forty-five Kloadlkers Arrive To-day
With 120,000 of GoH bait.
io ciavoi n Hiirun.
Cincinnati, Jan. 21 Representatives
Kuian, Hpellmayer and Kinney, of the
house Investigating committee, were
present with Senators Burks, Long, Rob
inson, Flulck and UarOeld during the
bribery examinations to-day. Henator J.
J. Sullivan is hers with Attorneys
Dougherty and Haling representing the
Horace B. Dunbar, president and man
ager of tb Ullston house, was recalled
lis produced records showing that Henry
H. Hoyce, of New York; H. Itollenberk.of
Chardon; H. H. Archer, J. P. Bliss, of Col
nmhus, Ohio, and others connected on
both sides with the senatorial contest at
Columbus were guests at tbe Gibson
house from January 7 to 10. Mr. Dun
bar testified that Mr. Boyee used a private
'phone and the conversation were taken
down at a telephone In the general ollloe
down stairs. To-day Mr. Unnbar pro
duced tbe unpaid telephone bill of Boyce,
which gave records when Bnyoe, Hollen
beck, Bliss, Allen O. Meyers, Jr,
and other in Cincinnati called
op Dick, Rathbone, Kurta, Allan 0. Mey
ers, Sr., and other In Columbus, giving
the time and charges. Mr. Dunbar tes
tified to conversation that took place
between his hotel In Clnclunatl and the
senatorial mauagerf In Columbus.
SWINDLING TIC-BVBT BSOtlU
Dr. C. W. HUllard and wife, who came
here several month ago from Alabama,
111 return to the southland In a abort
time, the altitude here being too high for
Mr HUllard. The doctor has auotiice
In the Grant bullillnc, upstairs, and oe
enpy residence No. 604 north Fifth street
Although the holiday season Is over.
there I no reason why people should not
enjoy the luxury of good living aa long
as K, K. Trotter, the Second street gro
c'ryman, continues to furnish every
thing that makes dining so delectable
and at such low price.
Znlger' Cafe I beyond all question tbe
best and most comfortable place In the
city to spend the cold and disagreeable
winter ulghta at some irienuiy game or
In social chat witn companions ana
William Bryce, tbs machinist at the
Albnquerque Foundry and Machine
works, returned from Gallup, where he
baa been to look after some repairs need
ed at the Crown Polut Coal mine.
Louis Hunlng. the well known Los
Luuas stork raiser. Is in tbe city to-day.
He reports teveral heavy snow storm on
ths ranges of Valencia county the past
Cold weather eoutlnues. Get In line
and study our show window for bar
gain In overcoats and underwear. Kee
our add. In this paper. K. L. Washburn
Max Balrman. the Williams general
merchant, with hi wife and eon, have
returnrd to Williams, after a visit to tbe
family of Nathan Barth, of this city,
rV. B. Chllders, United States attorney,
who was at Socorro on legal matters, re
turned to the city last ulght, but Is in
Santa Ke to-day.
The patients at the Santa Fe Pacific
hospital, who were brought In from the
wreck at the Johnson tuunel, are all do
C. C. Hall, the Albuquerque ooiumta
slon merchant. Is out In Arisona hustll
up orders, and talking "Territorial Fall
W. Babbitt, of the firm of Babbitt
Bros., wholesale merchauU at Flagstaff,
left for hi western n me lasi eveuing.
W. P. Metcalf went west last night to
rustle up soms business for the Pacific
Mutual Accident eouipauy.
Joshua 8. Reynolds, president of the
First National bank, returned from Kl
Paso last night.
Better go and see what the Big Store
1 doing tbl week. Bargains all over
Tbe usual grand Saturday night free
lunch will be served at Niger's Cafe this
Call for pasteurised milk and cream
at the Fish Market.
Chi uese and Japanese matting. Whit
Gas fitting, R. L. Dodson.
Oaa Arreated la Ckleaco with fSO.eoO
Werta af Boga. Paeaa..
Chicago, Jan. 22 While looking np
evidence against W. H. Woes, the ticket
broker, the police found In one office
bogus passes, mnntly editorial, which ap
parently represented $1)0.000 secured
from unsuspecting stranger. The dis
covery led to the belief tnat a band of
swindler In the guise of ticket brokers
I in existence In Chicago, reaping a har
vest by the sals of bogus tickets.
General passenger and ticket agent of
ten railroad appeared before the grand
jury to secure indictment against ticket
broker for alleged Illegal transactions In
passes and editorial mileage. Sixteen
eases were heard. Among the passes said
to be fonnd In the Clark Street broker's
office are five made ont In the name of
KLOM DIRER KETUBN.
Br)B( Beak SBO.OO rr (akea Vadar
Seattle, Wash., Jan. 22. Forty-five
Klondlkere arrived this morning on tbe
steamship City of Seattle. Tbe party
brought about $260,000 In gold dust au1
drafts. The most Important news Is that
Fort Yukon I under martial law. Ra
don are dealt out daily.
Thooaaad. Ripalled by Pallas, Whs Search
for a Ha.olutloai.ta
Constantinople, Jan. 22. There U
great uueaslnes at Van, where the po
lice are making a house to house eearch
for Deroyan, a revolutionist, from Cau
casus. Many Armenians havs been ar
rested and many thousand expelled. Ths
Armenian bishop has resigned, owing to
the fruitlesenesa of hi Intervention In
behalf of bis eo-religloulst.
TRIPLE MURDER, THEN kl'ICIDK.
WATCH INSPECTOR SANTA FE RAILWAY
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Watches, Diamonds, Jowoliy, Silverware.
tiara A bant tha J oh a U. Matthew. Crlma.
la Ma Vara.
The New York Herald of Tuesday, Jan.
18, reached this city In last night' mall,
and It contain a long account of the
Mathews murder and suicide, with Il
lustration of the little grocery store.
Matthews and wife, and of their two
children. The Citikin clip the follow
Letters left by the unhappy couple In
dicated that they had been contemplat
ing their tragic taking oa tor nre long
years, aud that ths triple murder and
suicide were committed as ths result of
a direct understanding between Matthew
and hi wife.
Although there I no positive proof.
It 1 believed that the wife, at least, wa
lusaue. a a result of serious Illness, aud
Coroner1 Physician O'Uanlon advances
ths theory that, eeelug uolhlng but mis
ery before ber, she prevailed upon ber
husband to commit trie awiui crime.
Although the man In one of the letters
left behind coufeesed that his mind
was goue, the autopsy revealed the fact
that be was In good health and appa
rently sound mentally. This is one of the
several strange phase of remarkable
Usre follows a long account of the
finding of the dead bodies, which Is en
tlrely too horrible to be reproduced in
such a great religious paper as Tui
Citizen; also the several penciling on
letter beads from both Matthew and hU
wife, among which the following is
clipped from tbe Herald:
Ford, tba clerk, had been called Into
the store bv Captain Price, who handed
hliu a letter addressed to "Maser. Ford
& Johusou. No 42A Columbus aveune.
Like the other communications It was
wiltten In uucil aud iu a large, screw
Hug baud. It may be regarded as Mat-
Hi' will. It is given here verbatim
Dear Hire You will please give us a
burial, then anil the stork A fixtures.
avlug burial eipeusee, wnlcn snouio be
nexoeuslve. Thrn the few acoouuts
Theu to yourselves each $i0, the balance
to the landlord. Yon ahould be able to
close It In a week's lime. Please deliver
the household goods to the person whom
Mrs. Matthews lias wrilleu tne directions
& she reaueeta that a special meseen
irerbeseutto Mrs. Held. No 702 Kast
170tn HlreeL wun me letter ana package
on tbe desk also a special mees. io
John Landphier at Park A Tilfords,
Hrnadwa & 21.
Ulve noiiuyiers oieyrie to ueorge
Reld, I overhead, back of Sbeldon, north
side of store. lour respiny.
j. u. MariuKws.
title, "Dream Life." Neatly laid ont In
tbs parlor was a pile ot claau on lerelolh
log, the greater part beiougiug to (be
Te John Landphier, ot New York, a
eonsln,aMra. Matthew left tbe following
I have been HI and so has Herman.
W decided upon this last night. Her
man was determined to die. I would not
stay behind, so we are going to die to
gether, i am going wun bun, and w
are going to take our darlings with o.
fleas put my girl In a wmte eaeket.
la your own judgment about the boy.
Please bury us at Highland. N. Y. Her
man ha been a good hue baud to lua, but
we nave lost m of mouey.
Further on In tbe article of the
butchery and suicide, the Herald says:
Lsnrtphi-r declared that be had never
beard Matthews or hi wife say auylhlng
Which would iudlcate that they might
commit suicide, Mattnews was not wun
out mouey, be said, and this was sub
sun Hated when Capt. Price found a
bank book, which shows $l,UH to the
grocers credit In the Colonial bank.
what property be had. In addition to the
stock at Hi grocery store, Is not known
at this time. Landphier said that Mrs.
Matthews was eerlouslv 111 f several
week last fall and wae patient In St.
Mark e bospltaL
To Mrs. George Reed, a friend who re
sides st 72 east 17m h street. Mrs. Mat
thew left Ui following letter:
Mr DEa Mrs. RrkpI can't tell von
why we have doue this more than this,
we are both tired of lire, aa we can't get
well. Mr. M- as well as myself, la noL
nor ha been well for years, though be
May 1 ask yon a a last favor to corns
and see that the proper thing Is done for
us. sua uo stranger, allowed to outer and
My cousin will doubtless be sent for
aud arrive during tbe day from Pough-
xeepsie it yon win take charge of ns till
theu. I have laid out a tew luderclothes
on my bed. I want Hauls In white and
Dower, my dear little man In a new
suit ot clothes. If necessary.
un. mt oariinge. l hate to take I hem.
but I eau never go and leave them to suf
fer and fight lire alone, it Is our right,
aud we tvet that ws are taking all that
Is dear. My cousin has full directions
for further disposal.
I would not axk this, hot I haven't a
lady friend I know of. Mrs. V . I know.
eau't leave ber children, and I must have
My dear. I send a little box of Tl. and
3. for U. aud J. I leave things for lieorgr.
aud Jeuule. The ring for Jeunlu and you
may get all ot Halite's dolls and cradles,
bed ant so on, aud little chairs; A flat
pasteboard box la on top kitchen ehelf.
ltd doll furniture. Take tbem for Jen
nie. S.'s diet, tor hi dear little friend
Ueorge. Also ties and S.'s sled take for
lieo. and name s to be sent to Minnie.
Also H.'s skates. S. baa new one. tieo.
can have It if he wants them. Mrs. F
esn havs 8. coat If sh wants It, and
now good by, my dear friend. Sincerity
yours, Minnie Matthews.
rieaee leave onr jewelry on us.
Note The crimes, as Tai Citizen
vtated yesterday afternoon, occurred at
No, 424 Columbus avenue. New York, and
another points In the Herald' article
substantiate the tact that John H
Matthews, who murdered his family and
then suicided. Is ths same John U. Mat
thews who la well-known to many Albu-
querqueans and who, up to tour years
ago, was a general merchant aud dour
miller at Cuba, this county. -
Ma Klectloa Vat.
Annapolis, Md., Jsn. 22. After taking
one fruitless ballot for United States sen
ator the joint eonveutlon adjourned until
The semi-annual examination at the
University took place tbl week, and the
second semester will commence on Mou-
Prof. Uoflgin gave a little party Thurs
day to several members ot the faculty
nd a lew of his friend from town.
Those present were: President derrick
and wife, Miss Taylor, Rev. F. 11. Allen
and wife and-Allse Qllmors.
The gymnaNlnm anthronometleal ap
paratus has arrived and will soon be In
shape tor making measurements.
Then followed discoveries which lent
nathoa to the tragedy. Un an upright
piano In theparlor was a book of musical
exercises. The volume was opened at a
nleee entitled "The Mldulght Hour." On
a table la the same room was Charles
keaile'a novel. "Foul Plav." Un the fly
leaf was written, iu Mrs. Matthews' haud.
"To Schuyler, from Mamma. Merry
Imu ItauL '2h. 'til."
There wa also another book, with tbe
THE GRAND OLD MAN!
Gladstone, Weak and Dejected,
is Readj to Die,
England will Withdraw Her War
chips from Port Arthur.
Rlocr ant Operators Aire aa Eight
Benr Day After Jaae u.
tllVT HOW If KAKAS.
Cannes, Jan. 21 Mr. Gladstone is ex
tremely week and so dejected, as the re
sult of neuralgic palua, that be has ex
pressed a desire to die.
BhVlTlaR WARSHIPS WITH DRAW.
OrSeraA to Laara Tart Art Bar la Seatae
I rr Malta ml Etaaata.
London, Jan. 22. There te reason to
believe that the withdrawal of the British
warship from Port Arthur I due to the
great Irritation ot Kussla at their pres
ence there and to tbe strong representa
tions or tne ttoasian government.
St. Petersburg, Jan. 82. A eeml-offlcial
communication purporting to emanate
from tendon ears that the British ves
sel at Port Arthur have been ordered to
leave were without delay.
AH EIGHT-MOD DAT.
a ris VKa LUNCH
At Baxheohl Oloml, 10 VI rat Street,
Sauerkraut Chill Caroe.
And a few other delicacies. Call and
try the lunch; everybody Invited.
Thaf wars rteada.
V. B. Mlera, a brother of K. A. Mlera,
the Cuba merchant, came in from the
Naclmleuto country, late yesterday after-
noou, and was nirprised beyond words to
learn ot the fate of hi mends, John
Herman Matthews and family. After
reading The Citizen's account of the ca
reer of Matthew at tuba, ne said: "tea,
every word ot It I so he sold out to my
brother, K. A. Mlera, only a lew year,
ago, and I have no doubt that when be
left tiernaiuio county ne tooa aiong wun
him at least $lb.0ua I knew hliu and
wife for at least fourteen years, but I
never dreamed that they would euil their
earthly live in such a tragic nianntr."
There will be a special communication
of Temple Lodge No. 0, A K. & A. M. at
Masonic ball to-morrow arternsn ai r
o'clock, sharp, for the purpose of attend
ing the funeral ot the late Brother K. I.
dray. Visiting brothers Invited. By
order of the M. M. K. L. M km.eh.
For rent must be Out class price no
object responsible party Write par
ticular at once. . f. u. box aw.
To Rent Accommodation for two
well perenue In a private family. Call
at this ofllc.
Mall Orders Given
and Promptly Filled
Ajjent". lor Butter
Ic It'll Pattern: ami
Dr. Jaeger' Underwear.
Great January Reduction Sale
Begins its third week. Wo expect even greater crowds than
filled tho Big Store last week. Look out that tho sale
does not end without your gotting a share of tho
big values. Our advertisement is our bond,
because wo havo what wo advertise.
I ear. Bad Oaaralara Asraa Aaraaoe al
10 Oaa la U ma tad.
Chicago. Jan. 22. The Interstate
joint convention ot Coal miners and
operators Vila afternoon uuanlmously
ooptea a reaoiution making ins ao
knowledge days of woik. throughout
tne nve s'.stes represented and tbe com'
pet l tire field, eight hour ou and arter
June in, provided that tbe same shall
have been established and In operation
on and after May 1 to the satisfaction of
tb uilner and operator
Ihapman, of Uhln, Introduced a reso
lution granting 10 cents advance a ton
after Jan. i provided that the scale r.
main as at preseut in IheeomDetltlve
aaawlnf la Kaaaaa.
Kansas City. Jan. 22. Tbe heaviest
snow storm of the season I In progress
New York. Jan. 24. Money on call.
aiivrfi pereeul. r rim mercan
tile paper, uf a.
TUB MAZM SICLLA,
I . 28 grade of lace curtain for 7 Re.
1.60 lace spread and sham for Hoe.
Wood grade of velveteen tor 17 Ho.
Bilk velvet tor Sue.
Child's tcphyr bonds, 30c, 25e and 80c
Blue flannel at loc a yard.
Ladles' Jersey waists. 8A.
Children's red flaanet drawers, EAs.
Ladle' kid gloves, bile, BOc and HUc
Ladles' double silk mitten-, &c
Pine dress buttons, per card 7a, ,
100 yd spool sewing silk, be.
Positively the lowest priced house in
Do Tea Vl.lt tha Library f
1k yon not regard It as one of tbe
greatest moral aud Intellectual advan
tages in tbs city? u so, show your ap
preciation by attending the Library ball,
on the sntb.
A seven room house, furnished: modern
Improvement: nlcly located, with large
yard. Kor particular call at 0 surge
Bowman's, 210 south Walter street.
A new "A" grade spring wagon and
pair ot horse. Call at Olmsted livery
stable, First street.
81. John' (Episcopal) Third Bunday
after Kplphany. Morning, 11 a. m. Cel
ebration of the holy communion, with
sermon. 11:45 a. m. Kvensong and lec
ture on Litany, 70 p. m. Neit Tuesday
(conversion of Bt, Paul), celebration, 10
a. m. Neit Kriday the Litany will be
said at 4 JO p. m. The BL Agnes Chapter
(Daughter of the King) will meet at 4
p. m. I
George Craig, W. 0. Jackson and Claude
Doane.who were convicted of cattle steal
ing at thi term of the court at Socorro,
were seuteneed yesterday by Judge Ham
ilton. Craig got two years, Jackson one
year and Loane sli month In the terri
In the habeas corpus proceeding in
the case ot the Jouee brothers, charged
with stealing. Judge liamlltou reduced
their bond from tl.MO to $ 1,000 yester
day. W. C. lieacock appeared for the
There will be a free concert given at
the Orchestrion ball this eveulug, with
the usaal allowed time for dancing. The
concert will oommeuee promptly at 8
Bread I rlehtlv called the staff and
Declally Is this true when it Is baked by
such masters of the art aa Balling Bros,
the Klrst street bakere.
The best liquors and the most delicious
free lunch Iu the territory are what you
can einect to get at Zslger's Cafe this
Jesus Garcia, the erstwhile editor and
publisher. Is at Las Crucea on a visit to
bis wife and the latter relatives.
New arrivals Dress goods for spring
wear. Always the first with uvw goods.
Golden Rule liry Uoodt, company.
Tickets to the Library ball are tl each.
This Includes supper aud dancing.
Tee paxteu'tied milk and cream If
you have luug trouble.
In tho Cloak Department
Every garment must go! We will continue
the big 2H per cent discount sale on all
Capes, Jacktts and Furs for one more
Capes and Jackets worth $300, at.... $ It. 25
Capes and Jackets worth $5.00, at... 3.75
Capes and Jackets worth $10.00, at. , , 7.50
Capes and Jackets worth $20.00, at.. 15.00
Ladies' Walking Hats
All new and desirable shapes and colors at
2 S per cent below New York coat to close
Walking Hats Worth 50c, at 25o
Walking Hats Worth $1.00, at 40c
Walking Hats worth $1.25, at SOo
Walking Hats Worth $1.50, at 75o
8ES WINDOW DISPLAY.
We want to close them out. This ought to
make them move:
Tarn O'Shanters Worth 25c and 35c, at.. 10c
The tremendous holiday trade left an accu
mulation of desirable remnants that must go
now at any price you are willing to pay for
Remnants Worth toe and tSc,at 5c
Remnants Worth 20c and 25c, at 10c
Remnants Worth 30c and 35c, at 10o
Remnants Worth 50c and 65c, at 25c
NoTolty Dress Patterns
They are a little light colored for now,
but just the thing for Spring. It will pay
you to buy now and lay them away at this
Patterns Worth up to $15.00, at $3.50
We secured a large lot at extra low prices
Our customers will get the benefit of the
Outing Flannel Worth 10c, at 7o
Outing Flannel Worth I3c, at 10c
It will pay you to consider.
FIRST. We have just received twenty-five dosen Fleeced
Lined, Camel-Hair Shirts and Drawers, which
will be sold at 50c a garment
SECOND. A consignment of fifty Ulsters and Overcoats
1 that cost $6.00 to make, only $5.00
T1IIIID Fifty fine Kersey Overcoats and Chinchilla Ulsters,
worth $13.00 a garment, to close out at $7.50
FOTJltTH. Our Boys' Overcoats and Ulsters, $5.00 and
$6.00 grades, all going at $3.50
E. L. Washburn Si Co.
Another Special I
Men's CalF Shoes
Regular $4 Shoes I
We are going to close them out at $1.98. This is a
bargain you will not get again in some time. Come early,
they will not last long at the above price.
GEO. C. GAINSLEY & CO.,
Reliable Shoe Dealers.
AH Partemi (Or and J 5c
Day as Received.
NONE HlCHbtc 204 Railroad Avnu, Albuque-'quc. N M.
THE HEST LIUUTEI) 8T0HE IN THE CITY.
1 898--ADVANCE SALE--1 898.
Ladies' Muslin Wear.
Every f7.rnfit brand new and mde precisely in the mode that will prevail this Spring. Better
;kN and LOWER PRICES than those offered at "January," "Alteration,''
'(Jlearlng, "inventory ana say-aoyining saiei.
.. W lluatrat ft FswofOur Many Novtltles tnlThls Great Sale...
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Gjwu. SltirH, OUiin imi, l)ra4r, C it Cor.r. alo CUlUrea'a M wlln We r la gr.at rariety dlvliad Into 9 lots.
See W'ndtw Display I Sal Begins Monday Morning.
LOT NO. r...
Prfi"t flttlng EnilirollHretl Cornet Corara. . Q n
Cliililreu'a W alat and Drawer. 1. 2 and Syr. Qli
LOT NO. a...
L!lf' full alte nltflit dreamt
Beautiful atylea la nne Kuibruldered Cornet QCn
Ladle1 Uutlla aud Cambric Umbrella
LOT NO. 3...
NoTeltles In Ladle' ultra fin Comet eovsrs.
IlieH' (nil all Kuiliroldereil Night Uowim. TQ-i
Ladle' wide and rulUwl aud tucked alrtujjgi
and Umbrella Drawer
LOT NO. 4...
Ladle Uarffnerttea, fine MiiHlIn Cambric
Uowna, Kancjr Comet Cover
Ladle' HeuMllctliad Lac aud Kiu roldered X Q a
Umbrella Drawer tJll
Ladle Kmbroldvred bklrta.
LOT NO. 5...
Embroidered Nlglit Oowna. Lao rmbrellapn
HklrU aud Kiubroldered Umbrella rw JjJ JJ
LOT NO. 6...
Exceptional values In Embroidered Oowna,
Drawer, HklrU aud Ladle Kmbrold-fkp
ered eitxa loug Uaiguerlte I WW
Lot 7 at JC Lot 8 at 11.4'J ant Lot Bat t.99 oniUt of copies frmn the Kreneh ot Klus Umbrella Drawers, high
grade Vreuon Nlglit (lowua. Lace Kmbnldered bkirtu.