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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 24, 1098.
Large Fleet of United States War
ships Gathered There.
Central Pando Reported to Hare
Beta Ssrlsosly Wounded. N
California Celebrate It Goldeo Jsbllee
Wltk Great Splcsdor.
aiaiTiiTi coat mm.
Intimate with bit brother's wlf thirteen
or fourteen years agn. When Urn. Clark
attempted to break off th relation with
br brother In law, be persisted In hi
attention. Twle bo tried to poison her
husband, then shot blm.
Striae Mtaallaa tTahaata4.
Boston, Jan. 24. Tb aeooad week of
the big cotton mill strlk opened with
both side apparently aa determined to
hold oat a at the Inauguration of the
outsat. No attempt waa mad to open
the bl( mills at New Bedford, Biddeford
Washington. Jan. 24. Nvr before
haa the l otted Btatea been represented
by aj large and powerful a fleet of war
hips aa that now gafhered off the ex
treme eon them eoat of Florida, wltlil n
dlreet atrlklot distance of Cuba. The
Atlantic fl't now onder the order of
Admiral Uleards, with headquarter at
Tortiiftas U made up of the battleship
Indiana. Iowa and Massachusetts, the
second else battleelilpa Maine and Texas,
the monitor Terror, the arm red cruiser
New York and Brooklyn, the cruiser De
troit and Montgomery and the torpedo
boat dialling, Dupout, Erlccaon, Foley
and Forter, with the dynamite cruiser
Vesuvius, and the little dispatch boat
Fern. They are manned by 837 officer
and 8,834 men beeidea the marine.
OBDKRKD TO HAVANA.
Washington, Jan. ti. The United
Btatea steamship Maine haa been ordered
to Havana. It I aald at the Davy depart
ment that no disturbing new haa been
received, bat the movement la rather In
the line of the reenmption of free Inter
cjurne by our naval veswl In Cuban
water the eatue aa prevailed prior to
triir withdrawal on acoouut of the out
break or hoetllltle.
WHAT 8KCHKT4RI LONO SAYS.
Wsshlngton, Jan. 24. Secretary of the
Nsvy Long euld this morning: "Bo far
from there being any Information tor the
rumor yesterday of trouble In Havana,
matter are aw In such condition that
onr vessels are going to resume their
friendly eall at the Cuban porta and go
In and out Just a veeeela of other na
tion do. The Maine will go in a day or
two on nch a visit. The department
ha Issued order for the vessels to attend
the public celebration ai Mobile aud the
Manli Or a at New Orleans aud for the
torpedo boat Flotilla to visit Galveston,
SENATORS ARK PLEASED.
Washington, Jan. 24. The first intima
tion the member of the senate com
mittee on foreign relation bad of the
order to the Maine was given In the As
sociated Pre bulletin. They received
the Information with evident satisfaction.
Morgan aald that Germany bad shown
the United Btatea the way by aendiug
warsblpa to Havana and waa evidently
badgering this government.
SPANISH MINISTER SEtKS INFORMATION.
Washington, Jan. 24. - Mtutster de
Lome called at the state depaitmrut at
8 p. m. In pursuit of information con
cerning the movements of the Maine.
He waa freely permitted to see the orders
seat to Admiral Slcard directing the
Maine to proceed to Havana. This I re
garded a an Indication that there I
nothing threatening In them.
Oold.a Japllae Haa ' Oraat Spies
dor Tula MoralBg.
Bun Francisco, Jan. 24. Th splendor
of th celebration of tiis golden Jubilee
of California, which btgan this morning,
I not likely to be surpassed for many
year. The entire state responded to the
appeal miner, pioneer aud native sons
aud daughter and from now nutll the
close of carnival week Ban Francisco
will be the Mecca toward which all
travel west of the Sierra will be turned.
Thl forenoon one of the most Inter
esting rsrsdes ever seen in thl state
marched through the streets. Fifty
thousand stranger are in the city.
Defaalaa aacead Tina.
Chicago, Jan. 34. At to-day' aesslon
of the Interstate bituminous coal opera-
tore and miners, a reconsideration of the
vote which defeated the mine run propo
sition last week, waa taken op. Th pro
position waa again defeated; ayea 28,
dmvs 8. The operator of Indians and
utiio voted in the negative.
Chloaa-a sumiB Mai kat.
Chicago, Jan. 24. Cattle Receipt,
lft 000; market steady to stronger.
Beeves, l3.DOdiB.40; cow and heifer.
i'2.104 CO; atocker and feeder, (3 35
4.t'.0; Texas steers, $3.b(kg4 30.
Bbeep Receipts, 1.60O; market firm.
Native sheep, $3.0004.60; western.
3 W(54 40; lamtM, S4 Ue&.7tt.
Panda fearloa.ly Woandad.
Havana. Dee. 24. Keporta have reached
Havana from the Canto river district,
where General Pandohaa been operating,
that Pando had been seriously wounded.
Pando' operation against th rebel so
far have been practically without result
liver aaa Haa.
New fork, Jan. 24 Silver, WV,e
Lead, 3.65. Copper. lOHo.
Mardarad HI Brothar.
Napa, CaU Jan. 24. George W II lard
Clark baa confessed that be murdered hla
brother, W. A. Clark, at Bt. Helena
last Thursday. Th murderer became
Bt. Malo, France, Jan. 34. There waa
an anti Hebrew riot here to-day. The
mob (mashed the windows of basin
bouse belonging to the Hebrew aud th
troop had to assist th polio.
Galllpolla, Jan. 24. There were bread
riot here last evening. The mob broke
the street lamp, burned the governor'
residence and the local Clue nous.
Thirty -nine arrest war made.
Annapolis, Md, Jan. 24. Tb ninth
ballot for United Bute aeuator to day
resulted: McComas, 40; Gorman, 42;
Fludlay 2; Bhaw, 17. Adjourned tilt to
Havana, Jan. 84. Th censorship over
foreign newspaper baa been abolished.
AM ARIZONA BBUOTINO.
la tha Daath at
Probably Raaalt li
White Hills, Arts, Jan. 24.-Anotber
hooting affray occurred her Saturday
evening which will probably result in
th death of on man, William Neelan, s
gambler, who haa been terrorising the
town for some time. Friday night be
accosted John Brown, a miner employed
by the White Utile Mlulng and Milling
company, a be waa coming from bis
cabin, and said: "Have yon a gunT
Brown replied, "No." Then Neelan told
blm to "throw np hi band," emphasis
ing it by pointing a gun at Brown, and
be Immediately compiled. Neelan then
relieved him of about 820 and escaped.
Brown borrowed a revolver and went
op town, wbere be found Neelan at a
faro table, and shot blm Ave times, one
shot striking him in the left breast, In
dicting a fatal wound. Brown waa ar
rested and taken to Kingman.
Roy Freelover, clerk at Maloy' grocery
tore, met with bard luck yesterday af
ternoon. He nud Toney Coullodoo wer
out skylarking on their bicycles, and, be
ing dressed in their test Bunday clothes,
no doubt made impression on fair tenor
ltasaloug the rout traveled. Coming
east on Railroad avenue, at the corner of
Second street, Freelover' "AJax" broke
and the gallant rider waa thrown to the
ground. He got np, looked at hie dis
mantled ateed, and moved off. The wheel
I at Brock meler' to be repaired.
Last Saturday, Messrs. BachecM Ai'
omi, and Capt. Booth ahowed Orst-elaaa
western eourtesle to S. L Gintburg, of
Bt Lout. The gentleman waa here aa
the representative of David Nicholson.
tui;?rtcr and dealer in wine, liquor,
cigar, and "liquid bread," and was for
tunate in selling a bla: bill of good to
Bachechi A Gloinl. He went north last
The "Ward McAllister of Albuquerque,"
Frank Lee, end word to thl office that
be is suffering from tonallltls. and be
doubt If he will be able to appear on the
street for several day. He aay th "ton
sil" got twisted to on Bid last night.
worked back to the middle of ble mouth
thl mornlug.but up to thl hour, 8 p. m,
ha still haa power to masticate bl jaw
Dr. John K. Wood, a young physician
from Maryvllle, Ohio, la at Bturgea' Eu
ropean, where Rev, Welch met the gentle
man thl morning. The doctor is visiting
the southwest for pleasure and health,
but he la aomewhat disappointed In the
Rio Grand valley climate to-day, there
being a light auow on the ground
A. M. Bergere and wife, of Lot Lunaa,
are in the city, having their name on
the Bturge European register. Mr. Ber
gere la a candidate tor the clerkship
under Judge McFle, and Is anxious to
learn the news announcing the confirma
tion by the aenate of the Judge's appoint
Wallle Harsch, the healthy son of Capt.
A. Harsch, came in from the west last
Saturday night. He waa nnder the em
ploy of Division Superintendent Denalr,
and for the past tew days waa at work at
the tunnel, which was wrecked by Or
Warner A. Root, representing the Min
ing Industry and Review of Denver, who
was here the past few days, left last night
tor Thornton, wbere he took the Perley
Wawn stage this morning for Bland, Co-
Th latest development in art la the
poster picture. The most beautiful col
lection of "posters" may be aeen at Arm
ory ball on the 28th.
The plumbers are in demand these
day. The weather from 12 to 20 above
tero -haa caused water plpea to freese
np, and even burst.
Abraham Kempenlch, the Peralta gen
eral merchant, la In ths city to-day.
Wanted A baker. Apply at tha
Freuch bakery, Railroad avenue.
Richard Pohl, of Loa Lunaa, waa bare
Senator Tarpie Speaks on the
Mississippi Legislature Asks for la
terrenttoa la Cnbta War.
President Appoints CemmUsloaer at Pat
cats and Director at Hint.
eLAMTona coromof ALAtamo.
Washington, Jan. 24. Walthal.ot Mis
sissippi, presented the credential of H.
D. Money aa senator from Mississippi, as
successor to the late Benator George, and
the oath of offloe was administered to
Money who ha been altting aa eenator
Waltbal pr seen ted a joint resolution
adopted by the legislature of Mississippi,
urging ths United Stale governmeut to
intervene in the the Cubau war on behalf
of the Insurgent, "peacefully it it can,
forcibly if it must." Tb resolution waa
referred to the committee on foreign re
Th Teller resolution was laid before
the eenate and la accordance with notice
previously glveu, Turpi, of Indlaua, ad
dressed the aenate.
I shall vote tor th resolution willing
ly," he began. "I think It opportune.
ft hen confronted by a measure which
contemplates an Increase in the public
debt by 8300.000.000 or 8100,000.000 it 1
indeed proper that we ahould repeat the
declaration that all government obliga
tion ar payable In coin and not gold."
IN THI HOCSg.
Washington, Jan. 24. In ths bouse to
day, Underwood (dem, Ala.) Insisted upon
division upon his resolution calling
upon th secretary for information ob
talued by the armor plate board as to the
advantages of southern places aa a loca
tion for an armor plat plant. By
a vote of 107 to 106 the resolution was
Curtis (rep., Iowa) then claimed the
dsy for business from th district of Co
WATCH INSPECTOR SANTA FE RAILWAY
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware
mother in-law, Mr. M. U. Mock, from
Portland, Oregon, September I. II
cam her tor his health and waa getting
along nicely until taken down with pueu
monia eometblug over a month ago. He
recovered, however, and waa around on
the street only last Batnrday, o that hi
death wa entirely Unexpected. Under
taker Strong ha embalmed th body and
will ship it to Portland to-night Dr.
Welch Was only Si years old and stood
very high la th community wrier be
Striking- Ml aar. Bad Operators la Cola-
rada Oat Tacethar.
Denver, Colo, Jan. 24. Representative
of th itriklng miner and operators In
the Northern Colorado coal district de
cided to submit their grievances to tbs
stats board of arbitration.
Four mines resumed work to-day, the
miner having become dissatisfied wltb
the way the strlks was handled.
Kaaaae City Mark.
Kansas City, Jan. 24. -Cattle Receipts;
8,000; market stead r.
Texas steers, 82.S0O4.40; Texss eows.
l3.WKa3.a5; natlvs steers, 83.508.00;
nutlvs cows and heifers, 81.fi0ig4.00i
stockers and feeders, 830(86.00; bulls.
Bbeep Receipts, 2.000; market firm.
Lambs, 84.2ofcfi.60; muttons, 83-10&-
Mob Vmott Habraw Store. "
Algiers, Jsn. 24. When It waa learned
to-day that a Hebrew had stabbed a Span
iard, a mob looted the Hebrew etores.
At the head of alx Zouaves, with fixed
bayonet, the governor general, preceded
by military drummer, traversed tb
street appealing tor quiet. He wa fol
lowed by a mob of about 8,000 people.
who shouted, "Down with the Jews!" The
governor general Anally retired to bis
Berlin, Jan. 24. Tha following semi
official announcement waa made to-day:
"The statements regarding Germany' In-
teutlon to open the Port of Klao-Chon to
the commerce of the world are practically
correct. Germany desires Its policy In
China ahould be of a liberal character.
not Interfering with tha commerce of
Washington, Jan. 24. The president
to-day cent th following nomination to
the senate: Charles U. DuelL New York,
commissioner of patents; George K. Rob
erts, Iowa, director of the mint
Dlraator ar tae Mlat.
Washington, Jan. 24. It. K. Preston,
director of th mint, haa reelgned. Geo
E. Roberts, of Fort Dodge, Iowa, will be
appointed hi aucceeeor.
Loudon, Jan. 24. The PaU MaU Ga
tette sajs: Our latest Information I
that Gladstone' condition continue th
Chlaaaa Ural a Markat.
Chicago, Jan. 24. Wheat January,
tl&c; May, 031,0. Corn January, 27c;
May. 2Uc. Oat Jauuary, 22e; May,
Tha yraa Library Ball.
Tb pfter ball to be given for the
free library on Friday event ug, the 2Mb,
promisee to be very interesting. Th la
dle have secured gorgeous posters to be
used in decorating the.hall and tb dance
card will be Interesting aouvenlnofa
Governor and Mrs. Olero are coming
down to the ball, arriving Weduesday
evening, and will be the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. A. A. Keen.
The followlug committee have been
Reception Mr. and Mr. N . B. Field,
Mr. aud Mr. F. W. Clancy, Dr. aud Mr.
J. F. Pearoe, Mr. and Mr. W. B. Chll
ders, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Keen, Mr. aud
Mr. R. W. D. Bryan.
Floor committee Messrs. Newhall
Cruise, Bliss, Marron and Frost.
Ur. r. r. Walsh Uaad.
Dr. F. P. Welch died at midnight Sat
nrday from the bursting of a blood ves
sel which caused Internal bleeding. Dr
Welch came bere with his wit aud bis
ABIULSI WITH CASS,
Wall Baadlad Pachaa Baaatvad by la
paator JB aa tgoaar r ,
General watch Inspector H. S. Mont
gomery received a package from New
Mexico that wa aealed with green seal
lng wax, marked "Handle with care;
breakable and valuable." Th package
wss about ths six of a shoe box, say tb
Topeka State Journal.
Mr. Montgomery cut tha strings, un
wrspped the box. "Wouder what It can
be; it la quite light" He took the cover
off. There were the contents wrapped In
a newspaper. Th newspaper waa re
moved, there was another, that also wu
removed. There was another. "Wonder
what it can be ; most be east ly broken," said
Mr. Montgomery a he uuwrapped another
paper. Several person looked on and
remarked. "Perhaps it la an ostrich egg,'
aid one. Another paper waa removed.
more remarks and more wrapping. Mr.
Montgomery stopped. The crowd was
laughing. He laid the bundle down on
hla desk. "Now If you fellow think 1
am going to open this package and have
all of yon laughing at me when I find
there la nothlug in It, ynu are mistaken.'
Hla curiosity got the better of him.
however, and he kept on taking off paper.
After about enough papers hsd been
plied np to put under a new carpet Mr.
Montgomery removed from the last paper
a allverlne watch that would tip the
scales at about sixteen ounce. The
comment war: "Breakable, handle
with care, don't crush." And it cam
THS MiZI acLLa.
8.26 grade of lace curtalu for 76c
II. AO lace spread and slisuis for W6c
Good grade of velveteen for 17.0.
Bilk velvet tor fiOc.
Child's xephyr hood, 20c, SSe and 8Cc
Blue Manuel at 15c a yard.
Ladle' Jersey waist, ofo.
Cbllilreu's red flannel drawers, 25c.
Ladles' kid gloves, b(e, DOc and Hue
Ladles' double silk nillten, 85c
Flue drese buttons, per card 7c
100 yd spool sewing silk, 6c.
Positively tb lowest priced house In
flaaa Waa tad.
For rantmiMt ha a nn
object responsible patty. Write par
ticular at ooo. r. u. box ssu.
Eight Pullman eoacbe,with Raymond
Whltcomb excursionists, came In from
the north late yesterday alters son, and
continued to California via Demlng, over
the Southern Pacific. Agent Trull and
Chief Clerk McCanna were at the depot
to answer all questlona and to explain
to ths New Knglanders that this was
truly the "land of sunshine." Yesterday
wss a different day from to-day; It wss
not snowing and the streets were not
mnddy and sloppy.
Cspt Wilson, tha well-known 8sn
Francisco adjuster, Is expected hers iu a
few days to adjust the Mrs. Becundlna
Selva TIJerss canyon Ore for the Royal
Fire Insurance company, tt. C. B. Culley,
of the local firm of Culley A, Armljo,
states that tbs Or la not "an easy matter
to adjust," aa published in ths city papers
the other dsy.
On last Saturday morning th Pueblo
Indian. o it la understood, stopped th
surveyor on th work of th low-lln
ditch, but no demonstration waa made
A delegation of Iodlan called upon lion.
Pedro Perea, at Bernalillo, and he advised
them to let matter rest until the Injunc
tion was decided by Judge Crumpacker.
Attorneys B. 8. Rodsy and Karl A.
Snyder and Stenographer A. L. Coding
ton went out to Flagstaff last night to
take testimony in the ease of M. C
Campbell vs. tbs Atlaulic A Pacific rail
road company for alleged dauuge to
some cattle while in transit over that
Hon. Pedro Peres, of Bernalillo, is in
the city, aud will remain over till to
morrow, to attend tha low-line ditch In
W ..Babbitt, the Flagstaff general mer
chant, Is sgalu in the city, and has his
name on the register at Bturgea Euro
Ticket to the library ball, Including
supper, are 8 each. For sale at VYal
ton's drug stors aud at Newcomer's.
New arrivals Drese goods for spring
wear. Always tne nrsi witu new gooa.
Golden Rule Dry Goods company.
Mr. aud Mrs. Kmils Goukey, register
ing from Paris, France, are at the Kuro-
Jams Bismarck, from Tyre, Mich., 1
at tbe Highland.
FEW MOKE VICTIMS!
Division Sopl Joba Deaair Hart
at Tunnel Wreck.
Euflne Explosion la Madlion, Wis.,
Killed Three Men.
flerca Gala Swept wver Niagara River,
Ceasing Great bsnure.
tix Missiatim mue.
Lent night and yesterday wild rumors
wer in circulation that John Demur, di
vision superintendent of th Santa Fa
Pacific, and half a doten laborer had
met their death at ths tunnel, this being
Id addition to the killing of Itoadtnaster
Pat Ljons and the Injurlug of Foreman
Matthew and several laborers last Mon
In order to get some facta In regard to
this second or third disaster, Tm Cm
xxm wired to a prominent gentleman of
Williams for Information yesterday, and
received the following meagre report:
LKNAIB HI' ST.
Special to Tb Cltlteo.
Williams, Jan. 23. John Denalr hurt;
badly cut op, but not seriously Injured.
Two other men slightly Injured, Denalr
was sent to the Bisters' hospital at Pres-
eott Ths Injuries were caused by a cave
In of th tunnel.
There wer three men Injured yesterday
in the am manner one an Indian and
two white men, one being a brother-in-law
of Charles Matthew.
BUOCUHT HI HI.
Yesterday morning the Indian and a
white . laborer namea unlrarned who
were injured at the tunnel cave-In Satur
day morning, were brought in and taken
to the hosplUL They both bav quite
severe scalp wounds.
Last night J. F. Hanson was also
brought lu and taken to th hospital.
Ills Injuries are not of a serious nature.
Of tbe persons at the hospital from the
first cave-In all are doing nicely except
Foreman C. H. Mathews, who Is not re
covering aa fast aa bla physicians would
WAS MARBON INJURED f
A report got in circulation on tbs
streets bere to-day that 0. N. Marron, of
thla city, waa among the Injured at tbe
tunnel. There I evidently no founda
tion for ths rumor, aa all report from
thers say that the parties Injured wer
lahorera In tha tunnel.
Mr. Marron haa been In Loa Angeles
for tb past ten days on legal business
atid ! expected borne almost any day
There waa a rumor on the street late
thl afternoon that Mr. Denalr had be
come conscious although hi recovery
was still In doubt
OS) A MAWfAOB.
Heavy Gala Bwaat Niaaara BU.ar Dola
Niagara Falls, N. Y, Jan. 24.-The Ni
agara river waa on a rampage last night,
owing to a heavy western gale which
prevailed twenty-four hours. The water
rose In a gorge about twenty-five feet
It swept over the Maid of the Mist land
ings and sheds and carried off boats, boat
houses, lumber and pulp wood in large
quantities. At Bath Island, Luna island
and Part three sisters were submerged
and considerable damage waa dons to ths
state's property. The greatest dsmsge
was done down the gorge, where sections
of the gorge road were undermined and
Oaasar Llaa Oaly Thrae reat A way-all-natlua
Memphis, Tenn.. Jan. 94. Ths Missis
sippi river continues to rise at a rate con
sidered alarming by the river men In
general, and especially by the levee con
tractor, who filed bonds to complete cer
tain work within a given time. The time
named has almost expired, but the exces
sive ralus causing so unprecedented high
stage of water for this season of the year,
operated against ths levee work. Tbs
danger line at Memphis Is 83 feet This
morulng tne gauge read SO feet.
TUSKS M.N KILLED.
By Kiploaloa or sa Kaa-las at Madison,
Madison. Wis.. Jan. 24 By an explo
sion of tus Doner or a locomotive stand
ing in tlie round bouse bere to day three
uihu were killed anil two seriously injur
The building and three englues were
Dead Frank Beck, roundhouse fore
man; Wesley Uchelper, englueer; Charles
Although the holiday season U over,
there I uo reason why people should not
eujov the luxury of good living a long
as r. v. Trotter, Die Heooud stret gro
ceryman, continues to furnish every
thing that makes diuing so delectable
and at such low prices.
Mall Order) Given
and Promptly Filled
Airentfl for Ilulter
lok'n Pattern and
Ur. Jaeger' Underwear.
Greatjanuary Reduction Sale
Begins its third week. Wo expoct oven grower crowds than
filled tho Big Store last week. Look out that the sale
does not end without your getting a share of tho
big values. Our advertisement is our bond,
because we have what wo advertise.
In the Cloak Department
Every garment must go I We will continue
the big 25 per cent discount sale on all
Capes, Jackets tid Furs for one more
Capesand Jackets worth $3 00, at.... $ 2.25
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.. 1S.OO
Ladies' Walking Hats
AU new and desirable shapes and colon at
25 per cent below New York coat to cloae
Walking Hats Worth 50c, at 25c
Walking Hats Worth $1.00, at 40c
Walking Hats worth $1.35, at 50o
Walking Hat Worth $1.50, at 75c
8KB WINDOW DISPLAY.
We want to close them out, This ought to
make them move :
Tam O'Shanterg Worth 25c and 35c, at.. lOo
The tremendoua holiday trade left an accu-
mutation of desirable remnants that must go
now at any price you are willing to pay for
Remnants Worth 10c and 15c, at 5c
Remnants Worth aoc and 25c, at lOo
Remnants Worth 30c and 35c, at 15c
Remnants Worth 50c and 65c, at 25c
Novelty Dress Patterns
They are a little light colored for now,
but juat 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 xoc, at.. 7c
Outing Flannel Worth 1 a Jc, at...;... 10c
It will pay you to consider.
FIKST. We have just received twenty-five dotcn Fleeced
Lined, Camel-Hair Shirts and Drawers, which
will be sold at 50c a garment
SECOND. A conaignment of fifty Ulsters and Overcoats
that cost $6.00 to make, only $5.00
THIRD Fifty fine Kersey Overcoats and Chinchilla Ulsters,
worth $13.00 a garment, to close out at $7.50
FOURTH. Our Boys' Overcoats and Ulsters, $5.00 and
$6.00 grades, all going at $3.50
E. L. Washburn & Co,
Another Special !
Men's Calf Shoes I
AGENTS I OR
AO Pattern! 10c and 15c
NONE HIGH EH.
204 Railroad Avenue. Albuquemu. N M.
THE I J EST LIMITED 8TOKE IN THE CITY.
Day aa Received.
1 898--ADVANCE SALE--1 898.
Ladies' MAislin. Wear.
Every Garment brand new and made precisely in the mode that will prevail this Spring. Better
O odi and LOWER. PRICES than those offered at "January," "Alteration,"
"Clearing," "Inventory" and say-anything sales.
...Wa Uluatrata at Fawof Our Man Novslttes la Thla Great Sale...
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Regular $4 Shoes!
We are going to dose them out at $1.0M. This is a
bargain you will not get again in some time. Come early,
they will not lust long at the above price.
GEO. C. G AINSLEY & CO.,
Reliable Shoe Dealers.
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Gowas,SldrU, Cfiimum, Drawer, Corset Covor. also Children" M tslln Weir la great rarlety divided Into 9 lota.
See Window Display I 8ale Bsglna Monday Morning.
LOT NO. I...
Fsrfsct nttlng Embroidered Corset Covsr. . Q n
CliUdreu's Waist and drawer. 1. 2 aud 8 yr. Qj
LOT NO. a...
Ladles' full else night dresses
beautiful styles la an Kuibruldered Corset
Ladles' MuhIIu aud Cauilirio Umbrella
LOT NO. 3...
Novelties In Ladles' extra On Corset overs.
lilies' full site Kiubroldered Nig tit (iowus. QQa
Ladles' wide aud milled aud tucked alrtejj(j
and Umbrella Drawer
LOT NO. 4...
Ladles' llarirHrlt, fine Muslin Caaibrlo
downs. Fancy Corset Covers
Ladles' Heiustldlisd Lao aud KiabrolderedQa
Umbrella Drawers tJb
Ladles Kmbroidered Uklrta.
LOT NO. 5...
Embroidered Night Oowna. La Umbrella rn
Mklrt aud Kuibruldered Umbrella Lr'w QJ JJ
LOT NO. 6...
Kxceptlnual values in Embroidered Clowns,-
Drawers, bklrts aud Ladle huibrold-f Kf
ered extra loug Marguerite
Lot 7 at 9'JO, Lot 8 at il.t'J aul Lot 9 at 1.!H aotixUt ot ooples from the French of Fins Umbrella Drawers, tilgh
grails French Might Clowns. Lace Embroidered bklrts.
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