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The Citizen. JOB r un PHI5TINO ERODE BOOK BODING no J i ant Arm f WucSm anally 4ooa nl J tranefca mmkiy 4on OZTISBBltf! VOLUME 12. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY I. 1898. NUMBER 9 Albimj Daily Senator Clark Defends his Yote for Teller Resolution. Cabinet Considers Official Report on Situation In Klondike. Krtlr :cttoM of Immifrtttoa Into Interior of Aiatka Rccommcafcd. to nw nacta discotiiiu. WtohlDgton, Feb. 1. Ia the moU to day Clark, republican, of Wyoming, pr RfOted a qnnttlon of pomonal prirl lga llnptcb from hit sUta published In the Mlr rn nwppr, to tha ffeet that il.-Dr 0. Hay, chairman of tha Lara mi county republican eomtnltt, ra Igrjed beraiine of the otc east by tha Wyoming senator for the Teller refla tion, lie eipreeeed a turprlse that the mot 1 Tee and designs of those voting for the reeolutloo should be I m panged. He aid (hat the attempt to eommlt the re publican party to a line of policy DeTer laid down by that party and tha farther effort to read out of the party republican! who oted for the resolution, would falL He thonght the vote cant waa no ataln on bla political party honor and bla vote tor the Nelnon amendment waa eaet aa a protest against liver monometallism. lie felt that bla vote waa In line with the republican pol icy outlined at Bt. Loula. He waa ear nestly In favor of International bimetal lism and waa as earnest aa any man Ic his efforts to maintain tbe national hon or. He felt that the republican party might be entrusted to the duty to solve the financial qneetlon. Sooner perhaps than may be txptcted, bimetallism would be a reality and gold and silver would be on equal terms at the mints. The senate went Into executive semlon. IN THE HitfttR. The military academy appropriation bill waa reported to the house to-day. The auttcs of the civil service reformers was a slight victory when Perkins (re publican. Iowa.) presented a reeolutlou for printing tbe bearings before the elvll service committee. Oruevenor antago nised the resolution. Perkins refused to withdraw the resolution nntll the house by a vote of Co to IK), refused the previous question. He then yielded. alTtMTION AT KLONDIKE. War Dapartmanl'. apaolal Brpreautatla Maklna a K.porU Washington. Feb. 1 tteneral Mer rlom, under Instructions from Acting Secretary Meiklejohn, of the war depart ment, yesterday opened at Eoattla the dispatches brought by Special Messenger Wella trout Captain Kay, the depart ment's special representative at Klondike, and forwarded them to the abstract de partment by telegraph. The paper formed the subject of con sideration by a cabinet meeting to-day. It Is said that the department report fully Justlfls all that has been done by Secretary Alger and Assistant Secretary Moiklejohn under the authority conferred by congress to relieve the situation In Klondike. Ray recommends that the United States government take steps to effectually check Immigration to the Interior of Alaska of all persons not fully supplied to last two years. He says that no placer discoveries have been made within eight mouths, either In Alaska or In the North west Territory. Chlctat a ! Itikil Chicago, Feb. 1. Cattle Receipts, e.iKJO; markot firm. Beeves, $'i HJu! 6.30; cows and heifers, $2 2S4 40; stackers and feeders. 3 353 4.40; Texas steers, t3.60i 35. Sheep Receipts, 11,000; market strong. Native sheep, 13.00(44.00; westerns, $3 60 (JJ4.6B; lambs, f 4 265.76. Want's Kallroad Conna.lon. Pekln, Feb. 1. Germany has demanded farther conoeenlous In the shape of rail roads In tha Shan Tung peninsula aa a compensation for the assassination of tha sailor Schutly, murdered by a Chinese mob while on sentry duvy. Xanana Clly Mark.t. Kansas City, Feb. I. Cattle-Receipts, 8,01X1; market steady. Texas steers. $3.004.30; Texas cows, f2.tXX43.3S; native steers, 13 60(36.00; native cows and heifers, tl.2544 00j torkers and feeders, 13.355.00; bulls. floods on. Sheep Receipts, 3,000; market strong. Lambs, 4.2&e&.50; muttons, $3 25(3 4.66. Committed aul.lria. Santa Rosa, Cal., Feb. 1 .Thomas L. Thouipeun, ex-L'tilted States mluUler to Brazil, committed suicide this morning by cutting bis throat Deepondency Is supposed to bave been the cause. ail.er and I .art. New Tork, Feb. 1. Silver. 66?bc; Lead, 13.45. Copper, 10?o. A M.aro Lyaciuad. Bramwell, W . Va Feb. 1. An unknown negro who waa refused the privilege of walking through tha tunnel of the Nor folk & Western railway near here last night, shot Harry Draper, tha watchman, killing him Instantly. A poses raptured the negro. At midnight fifty men took the prisoner from the Jail and lynched him. fprat Criminal, at Large. Fort Scott, Kan , Feb. 1 Charles Rob Inson. alias HUckeye, charged with rob bing banks aud pnaloflljua in Missouri, broke jail this morning with George A. Flnche, nnder Ufa sentence for the mur der of Frank Swafford, and two other prisoner. They assaulted tba Jailer and took the keys and a gun. Praalitaatlal Aapolatai.au. Washington, Feb. 1. The president to day sent tha following nomination to tha senate: George it. Bowers, West Virginia, eommtssloner of fish and fish eries; CoL Samuel T. Cnshlng, assistant commissary general of subsistence, to be brigadier general and eommlwary gen eral of subsistence. one Maraaa, New Tork, Ks.b 1. Money on call, nominally, l(it per cent. Prima mer cantile paper. &V34. LA BOB HOTEL M'KNKD. fl.e People Laaa Th.lr II. a. la Glovere vllaav, H.w 1ark. Oloversvllle, N. Y, Feb. 1. The Alvord house, fire-etory brick structure, the largest hotel la the elty, burned tils morning. Every room was occupied and many narrow escape occurred. Henry C.Day, of Gloversvtlle; K. C. Kimball, wife and daughter, of Indianapolis, and Bell Boy Rupert lost their lives. Loss. 1100,000. M'DKBMOTT AKRKSTED, Caplarad k Frank Harris nad Sh.rtn Rinn. M Bales. Siwcl.l lo The Citlun. " Belen. N. M., Feb l.-K. IL UcDer- mott, the man wanted for tb robbery of the depot at Magdalen sometime ago and who escaped In the darkness from the officer at Socorro last Saturday night, was captured here to-day by Spec ial OUlcer Frank Harris and Sheriff Bur funs, of Socorro. McDermott was heading for Albuquer que and from there he Intended to go north. McDermott will be taken to Socorro this evening. V I RUT-CLAM I'LACKH Ml Ml NO. Rio Arriba County Coming to the front la Kirk I'laeera. A geiitleman just from Rio Arriba county says that placer mining In that county 1 going to take boom this spring. The Rio Chama Mining com pany, which has some twelve or fourteen claim on the Rio Chama river, is now building some three miles of wagon road from their claims to tha main road to Tlerra Amarllla, and as soon aa com pleted active operatlona will commence, weather permitting. This company has some very flue placer ground, averaging seventy-Qv cents per enblo yard, shot gold. There will be a dredgiug plant of a capacity of one hundred eubio yards per hoar, put In. The lumber for this dredge, some 40,000 feet, and for neces sary buildings, will come from the mills at Tlerra Amarllla, as soon as the roads are In shape for hauling. There la a live, bustling lot of men at the head of this company, and they have one of the best placer properties In the country. By June 1 they expect to have their plant In operation. Tha working of this property by tbe dredge system will revolutionize placer mining In that part of the country and It ia thought that by auother spring there will be at least a half dozen plants of this kind in operation on the Rio Chama. Thorough tests, made by practical and reliable men, show that there is enough rich placer bed in the Rio Chama to keep many of these plants busy for years. Some ml lee farther down the river, tha Rio Arriba Placer company 1 also making prepara tions to begin active work on their hydraulic plant They bave Just com pleted a survey for dltcliee, eta., and they expect to be In full operation sometime In Jane. These two companies mean business and will push ahead to a rapid completion their plauts and It is con fidently expected that tha Rio Arriba company will make a first-class showlug In the gold output of this territory at no distant day. CAPTAIN CKAWPOHU VOMIMO, "Tha Poat Bcout" Will Appaar In Tula VHf at aa Karl Day. The ladles of the Women's Relief Corps bave arranged for an entertalnmont by Captain Jack Crawford, "the Poet Scout," In this city, at the opera house, on the 3d of March. Handsome lithographs of the gen'al eimp-flre entertainer, announcing tbe date of bis coming, will soon adorn the front windows of the stores, and In advance Thk Citizen here states that Captain Jack will surely prove a big drawing card. Hon. Pedro Perea, who wai at Santa Fa yesterday, returned to the city last evening, and then took the train, north bound, back to his home at Bernalillo, Tbe Cuban relief committee, stated Mr Perea, which was called to meet at Santa Fa on Monday, Feb. 1, was organized by the election of Mrs Max Luna, of Los Lunas, as chairman, aud Pedro Delgado, of Santa Fe, as secretary. The committee transacted considerable business, and the secretary was Instructed to send official proceedings to the territorial papers for publication. AN INTERESTING CASE! Hon. Neill B. Field Closed His Masterly Argument. Be Quoted Strong Decisions to Sus tain Bis Case. United States Attorney Cklldcrt Opened for tha Canal Cempaay. I MAD! A Flit AtaOMtlT. Is-ranif annnat hall, at the Armor, hall. and Foreman Trimble, with bis able members, promise, the general pulitt through Thi Citizkn that the forthcom ing ball will truly prove one of the grandest affairs of the season. As announced 4n the widely circulated and popular Citizen, MIhs Albright will give her farewell concert at the Optra bonne on Friday night, Feb, 4. She will be assisted by some of ths best concert singer In the country. Tbe Philharmonic orchestra, nnder the direction of Prof. L. Fenuaar, will give a grand concert and literary entertala Dent at the opera house on Tuesdsy Bight Feb. 22. Reserved seats, 75 cents; geueral admission, 60 cents. Mr. Field occupied the greater portion of yesterday afternoon in finishing the opening argument In behalf of the de fendants In tha injunction ea. Hi main contention was that a eorpo ration like tbe plaintiff In the present ease cannot appropriate the water of streams similar to the Rio Grande, and all that It can do I to serve a a public carrier of water belonging to tha people, tbe same as a railroad carrying freight. He quoted from a decision of the su preme court of Colorado, holding that before aar irrigation company can take the water of a stream it most first show contracts with the people who have the right to use ths water. Mr. Field also elaborately reviewed the laws and customs of Mexico and Spain In regard to Irrigation and water rights, which were in force here prior to the ces sation of this territory to tha United State by Old Mexico and which were then secured to tbe people of this section by the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. Mr. Field allowed that by tha law of Spain no one bad a right to ownership of water In streams bin only to the use of It No company eon Id therefore appropri ate the water to it own use and for spec ulative purpose. When Mr. Field finished his argument. an adjournment waa taken until 10 o'clock this morning. This morning Hon. W. B. Cbtlder made the opening argument lu behalf ot the canal company. He commenced at 10 o'clock and finished at noon, when an adjournment waa taken nntll to morrow morning at 10 o'clock, when Judge N. C. Collier will make the closing argament In behalf of the plaintiff company. In bla argumeut this morning Mr. Chllders maintained that the plaintiff In tbe present case la a public corporation, regularly organized nnder the legislative act of 1887, which act gave It ample righto to go on tbe land of the defend ants, make surveys and all preliminary Investigations and to exercise tha right of eminent domain. Tbia act also fully protected tba vested right of the prior appropriatora of the water arid It was time enough for the defendaute to come Into court and ask for Its protection when those vested rights were violated and get relief when they were damaged and not before. All tha conditions of tha act of 1887 had been complied with by tha company and It therefore had tha right to proceed 1th tha construction ot the ditch. He quoted United State law In which the riparian righto which a man had nuder the common law were done away with in the arid regions of the country, where a person by prior appropriation could devote tha water to beneficial use. The prior approprlators, however, bad no exclusive privilege but only a conditional one to use the water actually required. Tbe United Btatee laws Justify the appro priation ot the surplus water, and the territorial legislature can grant and have granted corporate righto to companies to appropriate this surplus water for pub Ho benefit The company then has the right to take out the water and to charge tor its delivery aud to exercise the right of eminent domain, which rests solely on legislative consent. He agreed that It tha company did not secure customers, then It had no right to the water, but contended that It could not be urged against the construction of the ditch that It would secure no custom ers any mora than it could be urged against the building of a railroad that It would get no freight to carry after It was constructed. In conclusion he argued that If the use ot the canal was to be public then the necessity aud propriety ot exercising tbe right to construct It I not a matter of Judicial cognizance aud tha only ques tion to be decided Is whether It Is a pub He use or not. ....Leading Jeweler.... WATCH INSPECTOR SANTA FE RAILWAY ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. "Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware NOMINATIONS CO.NMKMIU. Chlal Jutloa Mill, aad Aaeoelate Juatloe Mori. Among tha Llat. Washington, Jan. 81. The senate to day made the following confirmations: William J. Mills, to be chief Justice of the supreme court of the territory of New Mexloo; John K. McKie, to be associate Justice of the supremecourt of New Mex Ico; William K. Chaplain, Laramie, Wyo., to -e register of the laud otllce at Chey enne, W yo. Note These confirmations should have been aeut out by the "ever watchful" As sociated Press ageut at Denver yesterday In time for Thi Citizen, and, in conse quence, no one here knew of the news of the above confirmations except by pri vate telegrams late in the afternoon. The Citi.kn Ukes this method to con gratulate Chief Justice Mills and Asso ciate Justice McFle, especially the latter, tor the reason that a malicious fight was made agalust his confirmation, aud the war waa waged, so It is reported, by Delegate Fergusson. Hall, aud Social.. The fourth annual social by the Young Ladles' Library association of tha Catho Ho church will be held at the Armory ballon Mouday, February 14. Tickets, admitting gentleman and lady, $1. The German Ladles' Aid society will give a masquerade ball at Turner ball on Saturday, Feb. IJ. Tickets, admitting one, only 60 cents. On W ashington's eve, Feb. 21, the No. t Hoaa company will giv one of their What air. tilaadala Says Owen Dlasdate, the proprietor at the Rico Cafe, who rented the room to Qeoce Moss and John Rich, In which the elala to bars been robbed of their subalahoe Sunday, states that one man came to him and rented tbe room. Afterward, be aaw (he three parties In tba room and on of them asked to be called at 4 o'clock ia the afternoon. W hen Mr. Dlnsdale ealM them at 4 o'clock tha third man had al ready departed. So It Hose and U.rh were really robbed at the room and did not lost their money before tbey rented the room, their unknown boon eompaa ion undoubtedly was the robber aud no blame whatever la attached to the house. It ia learned that Mos and Rich left the elty for the north la.t night LITTLE UIHL MKMNKU. t ' The Thraa-Vaar-Old INtnchtar or faltpa M abb. II Madly Hurmad. At 9 o'clock this afternoon, Jos Mora ga rode post haste lo the city from IV Jarlto, and on fludlng Fellpa Hubbell, who was her attending th bearing of the Injunction case. Informed him that hi little three-year old daughter, Juli; anltta. was badly barned about tha body, and that bis aged mother, Mr. Santiago Hubbell, in trying to extin guish the dimes, had her hand, burued. Tbe niau was almost breath less from excitement, but he managed to say that the clothes of the little one eaught from the kitchen stove, at about uoou, and that In a twinkling the d iniei had enveloped the child. It was hie opinion that ths child waa dangerously, If not fatally, burned. Mr. Hubbell Immediately summoned Dr. Pearoe, and with tha doctor left for Pajarlto as fast aa two horses, hitched to a buggy, could travel. A short time afterward Sheriff Hubbell, a brother of Fellpa Hubbell, with bla wife, drove down to Pajarlto. At this bour. 4 o'clock, Tut Citizen waa Informed that tha little girl was burned from tha waist up, and that. If she bad not Inhaled th deadly flame, ' she la likely to survive her iojurle.)., . i Hon. F. A. Hubbell, who was Mro lit. attending tbe Injunction hearing, ac companied by Judge T. C. Gutlerres, Is now on hi way to Pajarlto. ISSUED WOMTHLKS CUKOKS, St. V. NoCaba Arraatod tor Obtaining Manny Uad.r rates PrataaoM. Robert C. MoCabe waa arrested by Marshal Cobert yesterday afternoon on the charge of obtaining money under false pretence. A number of worthless checks Issued by btm have come to light. Among tbe victims are the Vienna Bakery, Totl & Oradl, Charles Grande, L. B. Stern A, Co.. George Smith and U. Brockuieier, with possibly other to be heard from. Some of the checks were on the First National bauk ot Topi ka, aud when they were aeut there for collection the bank officials stamped on their back, ''No good, and never will be." MoCabe Is having his hearing this af ternoon before Justice Crawford. McCabe served sixty days in the county Jail last fall for stealing a watch last August from a house on the Highlands, which had been left In bis charge while tbe owner were away In the mountalus. McCabe stole the watch aud soaked it at the Metropolitan saloon. From the fact that It was McCabe's first offense in this city, he having been quite prominent in church circles up to that time, and out ot regard for his fam ily his right name was suppressed aud bis misstep was aunouuoed uuder the nom de plume ot Robert C. Smith. Mr. MoCabe attribute hi downfall from righteousness solely to the evil In fluence which whisky exercises over blm. Notloa I. O. O. V. Regular meeting .tCencampment No. 4 to- .lgbt, and four victims for the usual sacrifice. All members nrged to attend J. A. CUNXKY, C. P. J. P. Lantz, Scribe. The election contest case of Jesus Ta- foya y Chaves, contestant, vs. Frederlno Baca, eon testes, for tb ofilce of justice of the peace at Belen, was decided by Judge Crumpacker In favor of the contests. New arrival Dress goods for sprlug wear. Always ths first with new good. Golden Rule Dry Goods company. WIND AND SNOW! Snow Storm and Blizzard Sweeps Over tbe Nortb. Not for Tears Has tbe Country Been so Snow Bound. SrltUk Troopt Operating la India Heel With a t-ltsitcr. tat ciABun 90111 wiicixd. Worcester, Mass, Feb. 1. Not since the memorable billiard of March 12, 1S88, ha thi section been so completely snow bound. Business this morning was prac tically uepended aud the streets impas sible. There la an average of two feet of snow on the level, but high wind make drift ten or fifteen feet high. Railroad service la at a atand-etiU. There la no communication of any sort with Boston IN MEW TOHK. Albany, N. V., Feb. 1. - Tba storm which started late yesterday afternoon still continue. There la three and a halt feet of mow on the level, and on tha public roads tha drift are ten and twelve feet high. All th trains are late. New Tork, Feb. 1. New Tork elty le to-day nnder a anew to tha average depth of fir Inches. Tha temperature at 8 a. m. waa twenty degree above aero, bat the weather forecaster said that a cold wave would strike th metropolis to night which would send tba temperature down fifteen or twenty degree. IN THI NOBTBWEHT. Chicago, Feb. t Report from Michi gan, Wisconsin and Indiana tell ot a se vere billiard, Tha wind la a gala and hnge snow drift are being plied on the highway. A report from Marquette, Ulob., state that th storm on th lake is fearful, the wave breaking completely over the Plcnlck rocks, something they bave not done In year. A MILITARY UISANTBH. To Voarth Irrlaads of Brill. b Troops Onar- Una; la India. Bombay, Feb. 1. A dispatch from Ma- man! give the details ot a disaster Sat urday last to tha Fourth Brigade of the British troops operating on the frontier near Shlokar. General Vestman recov ered twenty-two bodies of British slain, and Inflicted a heavy loss ot 800 of th enemy who opposed him. General Sir William Lockhart, who ha been relieved ot comma nd of the frontier force by General Sir Arthur Pwer Palmer, expressed the opinion iluit a spring" campaign against tba en emy would be necessary. K.Mtan Troop Rotor. London, Feb. 1. A dispatch from Shanghai say that several thousand Rus sian troops, which bar been guarding the trans-Siberian railroad, entered Manchuria with tbe consent of the Pekln authorities. taatuar Wraanad. Plymouth, England, Feb. l.-Tb steamer Channel Queen was wrecked on the rock ot Guernsey this morning. It Is reported that of the sixty-five persons on board forty-four drowned. Chirac a Ural a Markot. Chicago, Feb. 1. Wheat January , 11.04; May, W'.e. Corn Jauuary, 27', e; May, 28e Oata January, 23c; May, il.'.e. Coming Mnrrlaa-o. Ou Thursday, February 8, (If th train arrives ou time), Miss Ada Gathrl will be united In marriage to Floyd K. Bone, formerly of this elty, at City ot Mexico. Mis Guthrie, who Is a ulece ot Mr. A. B. Browu, left for City of Mexico on this morning's early passenger train, aud she esrried away wtth her tha beet wishes of Tub Citi.kn aud a host of warm friends, lu advance, for a happy, prosperous mar ried life. u. or u a. o. v. w, Kxoelslor lodge No. 1 will meet in reg ular session tomorrow (Wednesday) night, at 7:30 o'clock. All member re quested to be present Visiting members cordially Invited to attend. By order ot theC. of H. K. B. Uokkjun, Recorder. Motloo. Any person bavlmg any claims against the late J, L. Murray will please present them to me at once. A. W. IWydxn. Chas. M. Geach, ot The Iceberg, who ha been hobnobbing with th good people if the Salt river valley of Arlxona the patt tew days, returned from the west last night bringing back with him a 35 gold nugget found In the Weaver mountains of that territory. He report Chas. Zel ger, formerly of this elty, prospering in business at Congress Junction. Just received large assortment of men's, youths aud boys' sweaters at II (eld's. Another Special ! Men's Calf Shoes I Regular $4 Shoes I We are goiuo; to close them out at $1.UH. This ia 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. Mull Onlcrn CJIvon Cure fill Attention anil Promptly Filled m E llM 1JI u. Amenta lor Buttr Ick'i Pattern; and Dr. Jnejrer'g Underwear. Annual Sale of New Linens, New White Goods New Embroideries, New Muslin and Cambric Underwear. Opening Sale of Ladles' Lingerie. Not tho accumulation of odd sizes and unsalable styles from the stock of tho past season, not a bit of it. Every garment fresh from tho best manufacturers in tho land, made especially for the Big Store, of fresh, newly-made cottons, beautifully trimmed, amply propor tioned, perfectly shaped and all as well made as if tho homo seamstress had sot tho stitches, perhaps better. Opening Sale of White Goods. New Organdies, Now India and Persian Linens, Hemstitched . -n.an. . ' Btripo and Dotted Mull, Sheer India Dimity, Lawns, Nainsooks, Embroideries, Laces, Etc. Sale Begins Tuesday, Feb. 1. Call and aee the new Spring Stylea ahowo exclusively by the Dig Store. No trouble to ahow gooda. 500 Yard Length Samples for Custom Suits At E. L.Washburn & Co. i AGENTS FOR McCall Dazaar Pattern. All Pattern. 10c and ISc NONE HIGHER. THE ECONOMIST MAIL ORDERS Filled Same Day aa Received. 204 Railroad Avanue, Albuquarqu. N. M. THE BEST LIGHTED STORE IN THE CITY, We Are Receiving New Spring ..Goods Daily... In orJ.-r to make r nm (or the sane we wilt devote thia week to the rapid movement of a Tumu'ated slock in all departments. Every article must find an anxioua bjyer and every buyer must aee plainly the unparalled money aaving. This ftile Saves Money to the Public-Moves Stock for the Merchant DHESS GOODS One lot of Dress Gooda worth up to 75c a yad. To clean them out, your i hoice on'y 41)0 per yard O if lot of Dress Gooda worth up to 50c a y; rd, to clear hnm out your choice 2Uo a yard OUTING FLANNELS See window dia- play. 50 pieces new high-grade Outing Clotha all new 1098 designs, your choice lOo a yard ItEMNANTS. A big accumulation of Remnants, accumulated during the big rush last week; they comprise Silks, Velvets, Dress Goods, White Wash Goods, Si tines, Outing Clotha, etc. They all go at Keuiuant Priced. UNDEHWEAK. 59 dozen Ladiea' Grey and Ecru Fleece Lined Ribbed Vesta and Panta, worth 35c each, to clear them out, only TOWELS Splendid values in Household Gooda a bargain in a 25c value Damask Towel, only lt)o each KID GLOVES A big assortment of Ladiea' Kid Gloves, all good quality, worth up to $1 25 a pair, comprising all desirable colors they are odd and end sizes from 5 to 7, on aale to clear them out, only ,.W3o a pair Wo Receive Now Goods Every Day Inspect tho Samo at The Economist BELTS A full assortment of tho very newest just received. GINGH AJkIS--Now Spring Style, 50 pieces to select from. . WHITE GOODS A new lino just received.