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ALBuauEEaui jon ritLvriNG 5 t BOOK BINDING at fa fl ft awnsroa at! Arm WucAa nlS 4on a ranch, aaatlr do al TXCB OITISBMM. CJXTXfiE 3TX'. VOLUME 12. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 10, 1898. NUMBER 98 The Daily J! Pittsburg, Pa , Swept by a Ter rible Conflagration. Many People Killed and Injures by the Fierce Flaaus. rrcp.nj Last Over a Milium Half Dollar. aa a HIT or EOLID An WOtTSDID. Pittsburg, Pa, Feb. la The lot of lift and destruction by lira at Thirteenth and Plka street hut night wera the greatest In tha history ot Pittsburg. At least urteea people wer killed, over a ecora Injured and property valued at one and a half million dollars waa destroyed. The lint of dead ao far aa now known la aa follow: Dead: Lieutenant of Police John A, Berry, aged 30 year; William Scott, Jr, 20 yeara old, eon of President Wm. 8eott, of tha Chautauqua Lake lea company; John Dwyer, S3 yeara old, single; Stanley 8. Rite, aged 15; George Lovelesa. 40 yeara old, married; unknown white man, aged about 25 yeara; Mra. Mary Bipe, aged 50; lira. Bipe, aged 74 years, mother ot Mra. Mary Bipe; Stanley Bipe, aged 16 yeara; Lieutenant Joseph Johnaton, of No. 7 engine eompany; Klreman White, name unknown, aged about 4ft; William L. Wallenxieln, an employe of Rudena nieu'a milk depot; two unknown men. Kighteen wera aerloasly Injured and three ar miming. The etttlniated losses arc: Union Storage company, t77o,OOU; Keevoler'a atorage warehouse and oouteuta, $50,(00; Chautauqua Lake Ice eoin.aiiy, 1IM,000; email Pennsylvania aveout houses, t'io, UiO; total, 1 1,600,000. Badly injured Robert Roeamnnd, sin gle, aged 4J yeara, lieutenant engine company 3; Owen N. Felder, aged It); George Douglas, 65 yeara old; Uweo Mul ligan, married, 30 years; William Flem- I'ig. V'i years, single; Jueepb lleadley, aged 65 yeara; Kit Wilson, 80 yeara old, Paduoab, Ky.; Robert Dobaon, 35 yeara; Captain A. J. Brown, auperiuteudent of bureau building inspection; 1'eter Ma lone, aged 20 years; David Stewart, 52; William Detmuke, 83 years; Charlea Simon, 00 years; George Klng.euglne No. 7; John Uunter, engine No. 7. . The miming, auppoaed to be In the tulue: Nathaniel Green, aoeouutaut of the Dall Myer building; Thoniaa Llneh, Howard Barry. It la believed that at least ten more bod lee are in the ruins, which are still too hot to be moved. The property lose will reach l,5O),000 and may etceed that amount. It waa just 7 8 o'clock last eveulog when smoke waa aeen laming from the fourth door ot the Union Storage com pany a building on Hie street near Thirteenth. Tha building waa six stories In height and ocenpltd al most the entire block between Twelfth and Thirteenth atreet and Pike street and Mulberry alley. The first floor trout was occupied aa ollk'ne ot the Union Stor age company and the Cliaiilaiurm Lake Ice company. The second fljur front contained the slal iea ot the Chautauqua company and in Twelfth street, and they bad there the Ice innkli g plimt which (MCiii)lid the three Ortt (loom This was tilled with va'tinMe U-e-makiiig macula ery and other property ot the Chautauqua rmipany. The balance of tha building waa occupied by the storage company. Immediately upon the diecovtrj ot thd tire an alarm waa seut In and responded to promptly, but owing to the construe tlon ot the building It waa practically luipoealhle to fight the Are without while t ie volume of smoke Inside the particu lar division occupied made It Impossible to fight It from withiu. The only open ings In the three Ore walla dividing the great building were closed by heavy Ir.iu doors and these were locked. For three hours the Bremen worked a areely knowing what they were doing, The Iron shutters were impregnable to their attacks. The smoke that touud ita way out of the building filled Mulberry alley and Pike street, stifling the flre- niHU and rendering them practically eighties. It would clear for a moment or two and they would again endeavor to make some headway, bill to no avail. Finally at 11 o'clock the flames burst out throimh tiie roor ana suoi upwaru a nun tired feet In the air and making that ptrt ot the city aa light as dav. This waa the first note of alarm that started the fllnlit of the rest dents from their homes on Pike, Thir teenth aud Twelfth streets. Women and children started forth barefooted and In their night clothes followed by husbands, bearlnir what little they could carry ou their arms ot their household effects. The police were watchful aud crowds were kriit back by the ure liuee aud the tear fui heat of the flame. Suddenly above the roar ot the flames and the pulling of Ore engines which were everywhere, came the powerful noise ot the first explosion, and the falling- walls foretold death and destruction iu thunderous tones. Those within the Ure lines were aeen to fall in ail directions. Those outside the liuea were not without reach ot danger. LMlar-Marillt. This evening, at 6 o'clock, Felix H Lester aud Mies Marian Swing Merrltt will be united In marriage at tha rest' deuce of Mr. and Mra. W. P.Metchalt, the ....Leading WATCH INSPECTOR tl ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Watches, Diamonds, ceremony to be performed by Rev. Ben nett, priest of the Bt John's Episcopal chnreh. Only the meet Intimate trlenda of the couple will witness the culmina tion o this happy love affair. Mr. and Mrs. Lter will spend their honeymoon In southern California, leaving for tha west to-night. ladlnas Are faaflabla. Under Sheriff C. K. Kew-ower returned last night from the Sen Felipe lod'an country, whera he served the Injunction of Jodge Crnmpacker on tha Indiana, ordering them not to Interfere with the .otveyora for tha Irrigation canal. Tha Ind'ana were peaceably disposed and aald they would do nothing nntll they had consulted tha agent, when they would follow his advice. Ia the nit an time the snrveylng party la proceeding with the aurvey. BE ON TOUR GUARD. Don't b Tee Gcaeroat te BcrrlBf Mea er Woniea. OAIOI WOt UIO Til ClatniBLg. For the past week, the charitably In clined and the generous hearted of our elllaens have been worked lo perrectlon, not only by women who pose aa religion ists or good Samaritans helping the in valids to a warmer climate, but also by men, and mmt of the latter are crip ple and offer for sale cheap songs or some graphically portrayed write up of how misfortune befell them. MBS. JACK CTONK'S BACK IT. Thta paDer called attention to the fact that Mrs. Jack Stone, whose husband la an Inmate of the county Jail, waa asking alms from the honsawlvea of the city. and working opon the sympathlea of the people a la religion racket, sue secured many a dime, and It has transpired that the 111 gotten gain waa squandered for Honor for herself and husband. il is learned 10-nav mat mm. jar a Stone, whose preeetioe is not Inviting at tha beet, has ceased her begging, but there hae appeared on the scene a better looking woman, whose drees, conversa tion aud general appearance would na turally Indicate a much more noble enr pose than securing alma on the "false pretense" theory. A N1CELI DBKH8KD BILK. Yesterday afternoon, about 1 :45 o'clock, nloely-drensed lady appeared at this office, and on being asked her mission stated that ahe waa around securing money to send a couple named F. B. Leonard and wife." who were consump tive and destitute, to Kl Paso; that the Non-Sectarian Benevolent society bad been appealed to In their behalf, and that the society agreed to secure halt rate for "Leonard and wife" to Kl Paso. The woman also stated that "l-eonard and wife" stopped at bturrea European when they first came here, but had a a room now opposite; were very deserv ing people, and all those to wnom ane had applied to for aid were generous and that she had collected together between 15 and tft. After she had told her story or tne des titute clrenmstancea of "Leonard and wife" and how her sympathies were touched by their condition, Thr Citizen asked ber name and she stated "Mr. F. B Jonea," and that ahe and her husband who were formerly In tha hotel business at I'tica, New York, were at Bt urges' Eu ropean. BKOAN TO INVESTIGATE. Tbk Citizen representative, knowing that the good people of Albuquerque were being systematically worked on varions rackets. Investigated this morn ing, calling at Bturgee' European and looking over the register. When the re porter called It waa ascertained from Landlord Sturge that there was no "K H Jones and wife, Utlca, N. Y." stopping at the hotel, but that "P. B. Leonard and wife, Utlca. N. Y." arrived at the hotel on Monday nlirht last and assigned room 34. which they still oc cupy. The reporter was lnrormed that "Mrs. Leonard," on the register, and "Mrs. Jones," aa she named herself, was out. but that "Mr. Leonard" and not "Mr Jones" was In hia room and complained ot being sick. The Itiixkn has learned that tne woman called on a number of citizen this morning, and, In several places. got subscription to tha amount of II for the poor and destitute consumptives, Leonard and wire, of l tica ri. i. SPOTTED AND ARRESTED. At noon, to-day, those who had been rorked by "Mrs. F. B Leonard" alias 'Mra. F. B. Jones" notified Marshal Co- bert, who kept himself in waiting tor the couple. They alighted from the street car, at 1:30 this afternoon, and went up to their room at the hotel. The man re mained at the room, and the woman de parted to "finish up the town to-day," but at the top ot the stairway ot the hotel. Marshal loliert intercepted ner and ac companied her back to the room, where be placed both under arrest for obtain ing money under falae pretense. 1 be marshal searched tne eoupie me man claimiug hia name aa "P. B. Leon ard" and papers show the woman to be Miss Fannie Lambert. finding on the woman an order from Dr. N. H. Ifurrteou, chief surgeon of the Southei t tali fornla railway, Loa Angeles, on the Hauta Fe railway, to sell "Mis Fan nie Lambert first-class ticket from Las Vegas to Loa Angeles for 131.15," and ali-o took from the woman about t'i in money which she had obtained from the charitably inclined mis morniug. 1 UK CITI.KN representative accompa nled the marshal to the room ot this hiuhlv favored oouoie. and the wouiau admitted that they were "poor but proud," and concocted the scheme to get money, on the theory that the alms thus given were for some other destitute couple. She stated that ber name waa Miss Faunle Lambert; that she was a professional nurse, and had, siuce leaving Loe Angeles sometime ago, mar ried the man, "f . u. Leouaru, out ane could not substantiate this Utter declar ation. It la sate to say that this couple, travel lug as husband aud wife, but really ac cording to papers, violating the Edmunds' law, have worked the towns uorth of thla city ou the same racket. They will have a hearing thla after noon at 6 o'clock before Justice Craw ford. IESIEuiiuuiLu Jeweler.... SANTA FE HAILWAY Jewelry, Silverware. A BLOODIES DUEL ! Tf o Duellists of Belen Shoot at Each Other. They Fired Simultaneously but Neither Recelfed t Bullet. Egr Maced la Sheet the Caasc af ttw "Deadly" Meeting. WILLIS ITIITTim TO W1M. Laat night Tbi Citizen waa Informed by railroader who had been off on a hunting expedition la the vicinity of Belen and Loa Lunaa tha past ten daya. that he witnessed a 'bloodies duel" at Belen on the moonlight night of Jan. 30th. at 10 o'clock. "Ou January 20," aald onr Informant, "the etreeta of Belen were vary muddy from the melting anow, and a certain gentleman, pulling off hia shoes, pulled on hia rubber boots and walked through the mud to bla home for dinner. During hia absence several egga were placed tn the shoe, and, of course, when the shoe were pulled on at night the egga broke and made a terrible mess, enough to make the moat even-tempered man mad aa blace. "The outraged gentleman, after venti lating bla wrath and dnrlng hia madueaa penned the following challenge: "'Any fool who think himself ao mart that he even pnt egga In my ahoee. or hid my shoes, la hereby challenged to fight with plstola, five feet apart.' "After writing the above challenge, the gentleman, not at all eatlsfled with bla ability aa a successful duellist, wrote the following pathetic word to hia wife: " 'Am realy to dy for my honor. Er erythlng shall belong to you.' "When It became known who operated the egg racket, the aggrieved gentleman, who waa ready to 'dye' for hia honor, wrote out the following affidavit, which waa witnessed and signed by half a doaen gentlemen trlenda: "Belen, N. M., Jan. 29. Thla la to aay that If kills me la thl duel on Jan. ao, my wish la that ha eball not be prosecuted.' " "The next morning." continued our railroad Informant, "then who wera on the Inside moved quietly, got tha prlncl pa la together and they selected seconds. At 10 o'clock, that night, tha two prln cl pals the man who need tha egga being on the Inside ot facta with their aee- onda and halt a dozen Intimate friends marched to an open lot near John Becker's flour mllL Plstola were handed the prin olpals, after being thoroughly examined, and the men stood with tbslr back to each other. They then stepped off ten pace, and after wheeling fired slmulta neously. The aggrieved gentleman aaw bla antagonist fall, clasping his hand to hia left aide. The seconds of the latter picked him np from the ground and car rled him gently to hia room. The hero ot the field of honor, although regretting that he had to spill blood to avenge a wrong, stated that he heard a bullet whistle past hia ears, and, to ahow his gratitude, took the party to a resort for liquid refreshment. A he and the Invited guest were Im bibing over the former's excellent marks manship, the anppoaed injured duellist stepped In unharmed. Kxplanatlona then followed, both principals shook hands, and everythlug la now aerece at Belen." The seconds In arranging the plstola, extracted tha bullets, but the gentleman whose feet smashed the egga In bla shoes did not know otherwise, and waa In dead earnest, for when bis opponent fell he exclaimed: "My God! have I killed him? I only wanted to shoot him In the legs." INVALID fKMalON. HoaMCouaiultlM Favors the TeUraa Fa .lun.r. or the Lata War, Washington, Feb. 10. Tha contest which has been waged In the house com mlltee on Invalid pensions ever sine the assembling of congress on the question of barring from the pension rolea the widows and children of soldier who mar ry hereafter, cam to an end to day In the defeat of the proposition. The niea nre waa tutroduced by Representative Samuel Smith, ot New York, aud it had the endorsement of Commi sloner ot Pensions Evaua. The ques tion baa been agitating tha com mittee at all ot lta meetings aud to-day after a very spirited discussion Representative Norton (Dm , Ohio), brought It to a sudden close by demand tuff a vote on the question favorably re porting It to the bouse. The vote dis closed five membsre ot the committee In favor of It and aeven against It, the de cision not being on party line. The di vision waa aa follow: Yeaa Ray, New York; Warner, Illinois; Usury, Connect! cut; Smith, Michigan, republicans, and Urlggs, democrat, New York. Nays Sulloway, New York; Kerr, Ohio; Gibson Teuneeaee; Sturtevaut, Pa. republicans Norton, Ohio, democrat, and Botkln, Kan sas, aud Castle, California, populist. Hmtj Hala. Kansas City, Feb. 10. An exception ally heavy rain aud wind atorm prevailed In western and southern Kansas and southern Missouri and the territories last night. The telegraph wire proa trated In many instances, but up to 1 o'clock to-day no report Indicating what other damage, If any, waa wrought, have been received. A Valaabla UltU There la on exhibition at tha Bank of Commerce a fancy German bed blanket, weaved by Navajo squaws, aud valued at about ("& Pinned to the blanket la photo showing the aqoaw at work, aud the following words: "Donated to the Commercial Travelers' Fair. Alfred Chaeseand, general manager, Mallsio Sqnare Garden, If. Y ," appeare on on aid of tha photo, while on the opposite aide la: ' By Gross, Blaikwell A Co. wholesale grocer, Albuqaerqw." Uader neat the photo the tale la told In the fol lowing words: Tha Way Naraj j Blan ket are Made." Mr. Waugh, the manager of the firm's local houe, stated that tha Commercial Traveler Fair would be held !n New York from February 28 to March 5, In clusive, for the purpose of raising funds for tha completion of tn National Cera merelal Traveler' Home, which baa been partially erected at Bloghamoi, N. T and the blanket will be tent to the fair to be raffled off. SI t ear tM ! New York, Feb. 10. Bllvw. 8C.Sc; Lead, IS 45. I ERGERE, TIIE CLERK. Jadge McFI Selects A, U. Kcrgert Bit Dlatrtct Clerk. Wal MAE! A 600 B OFFICIAL. Special to Tlw Cllnm. Bauta Fa, N. M, Feb. 10. A. kt Ber gera, of Loa Lnnaa, waa to-day appointed clerk of the First Judicial district by Judge i. R. McFla. Mr. Bergere will re turn to Lo Luna to-night. The newly appointed clerk, A. M. Bergen, tor tha First Judicial district, la well known In central New Mexico, and at prseent la tha efficient and popular treasurer ot Valencia county. He has many trlenda In thla city, who will Join with Tbi Citizen tn congratulating him on hia good luck. Ha will make a good elerk. Krtna Pal Oatpaay. Last night's Inclement weather, kot a large crowd from tnrnlng out to ace the Edua Paige company in "Nobody's Child." Those, however, who turned rut were well paid for their trouble by a first class entertalnmeuL Charlea Har rison, aa Joe, tha waif, easily carried eft tha honors ot tb evening. Edna P. aa Lncy Tregarvon, and Clara Prar, aa Patty, wera alao very good. One ot the most pleaaing featurea of tha autertaln ment were the vttaaoope representation ot two act of a Spanish bull fight Thla evening tha eompany will apf af In the drama "East Lynne," for rhioh they have a remarkably strong cast r ... fbtllMirawale O.ihMk 'r Tuesday evening, February 22, 1BM1: Orchestral overture. Mandolin melodise. Dramatic delight. Popular price. Washington' Birthday night. W. V. T. C. The Woman'a Christian Temperance Union will meet at the Kindergarten rooms Friday, Feb. II, at S p. m. A cor dial luvllatloo to all. Kith J. Btaxm, Secretary. FISH. FBKHH riHH.OYHTKIW, LOUHTKHH, ETC. W hite Base, Pickerel, Salmou, I'erch, Kastern Hmelt, I ropuies. California Smelt, While Fish, Lob-ilers, Cralst, Eastern Shrimp, California Hhrlmp, Clams lu bulk (lor chowders). Little neck clams in shell. 1'iue point oysters In shell. Special brand extra large oysters In bulk. BUOKKD. Aalinun, Sturgeon, Halibut, white lsb. HIKHINU. Sploed Mew. Roll, Holland, Dried, Lunch, Kippered, In tomato sauce, Pickled, Ex. Milchers, Hamburg, liellcatesa In wine sauce. HAUDI.NXH. Norway (In bulk) Trlerulr Russian (small keg) Smoked trifled Horueiaise Leveeque Mustard (extra) ' Kteler rJiirotten atusiara liusoiumi Aurotten (In oil) Jean Uaston mat iuioigue MIHCILLANKOTB. Finnan Haddle Appetit Slid Norway Mackerel Cromarty Bloater Fat Short Mackerel Norse Fet Slid Ex. I.arge Mackerel Salt Sardeile Yarmouth Bloater Cod Fish Anchovies (4 kinds) Hamburg Ella (caus) v hite Fish (salt ) Salmon (salt) Lake Tront (salt) Shredded Cod Ban Jon Mahkst. PLI'MHINU. Kor a rood lob so to K. J. Post & Co.; they employ competent mechanic from the east. for aala. A Qua upright piano, cheap; parties leaving the city. Can be seen from a m. till 3 p. m.. at 211 Marquette atnue. All varieties ot orangea can be pur chasea at F. F. Trotter' store, on Second street New supplies are constantly being received from California. Plumbing aud gas fitting. Whitney Co. Another Special ! Men's Calf Shoes Regular We are going to close them out at $l.t)H. 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. GAINS LEY & CO., Reliable Shoe Dealers. MIMSTEOE L01! Spanish Minister Criticizes Acts of President McKinley. He Will Be Given His Passports to His Owi Country. The Attack en the Peatton Uwi Defeated la the Hoatc. Jan. piutiit n earsai. Washington, Feb. 10. The state de partment thla morning gav out for pub lication tb substance of a cablegram sent yesterday to Minister Woodford, our minister to Madrid, in reference to the De Lome letter. Thla statement follows: There ap peared tn tha public print a letter ad dressed by the Spanish minister to Can lejaa. This letter the minister admits was written by him. It contain expressions concerning the president ot the I'nlted Slate ot eueh a character aa to end the minister's nsefulness aa the representative ot hia government in thla country. Gen eral Woodford therefore waa Instructed to at one aay to the minister ot state that tha Immediate recall of Minister Da Lorn a Is expected by the president." It la elated that op to thla time no response baa been received from the Spanish gov ernment. Up to 10 o'clock Minister D Lome had not received from tha Spanish government an acceptance of bla resignation, but It la believed that thla aoon will be given aod that tha mlnlster'a official connec tion with the government aa the Spanish representative to the United Btate will come to a prompt termination without the necessity of action by thla govern ment In giving to the mlutster bla pas porta. Benor de Lome regard himself aa now a private eltlten although technically still the Spanish representative. ' Dl LOME BXS1UN8, Madrid, Feb. 10. At a meeting of the Spanish cabinet held to-day under the prealdeuoy ot tha queen regent, the min ister tor foreign affaire, Benor Gallon, read a dispatch from Benor Dupny de Lome saying that tb published letter to Senor Canalejaa waa written by him and 'tendering Bla resignation. Tha cabinet tiwMed to aeept the resignation and be ra so notified, the legation to be en trusted to the first secretary. OHtrn r the L. A. W. St Louis, Feb. 10,-The following tick et waa elected by the L. A. W. conven tion: President. Isaac B. Potter; first rice president, Thomas J. Keenan, Penn.; second vice president, K. M. Ulna, Michi gan; treasurer, Jams C. Tatteraall, New Jersey. Providence. R. I , waa selected aa the plaoe to hold the next annual meeting of the national assembly. Jail Dallnry. Emporia, Kan., Feb. 10. A daring Jail delivery occurred at the county Jail here to-day. Twelve prisoner made a dash tor liberty, the leader throwing red pep per Into Sheriff O'Coonor'a eyes, Fred Job (colored), a burglar aentenoed to the penitentiary for ten yeara, and Harry Freeman, thief, escaped. Before the others could get past tha outer gate, Mra. O'Connor cam to the blinded sheriff assistance aud drove the men back to the cells at the point ot a revolver. Proodla. ot tha Baaata. Washington, Feb. 10. General William Booth, of Loudon, founder of tha Salva tion Army, acted as chaplain at the open ing of the senate to-day. Frye, of Ma'.ne, reported favorably from the committee on commerce a bill to amend the lawa relating to navigation. The proposed bill relate ouly to AlaakaU waters, ha aald, and demanded prompt action. The bill passed without dlscna- hIiui. The Indian appropriation bill waa then taken up. Kaaaas Ctlf Maraat. Kansas City, Feb. 10. -Cattle-Receipt, 3.&0U; market steady to atrong. Texas steer. S3.o0O4.40; Texas cows. I2.50(s3.oo; native steers, fgfiOigS.xo; native cow and helfera, tUSctf4.30i ilockera and feeders, $3.u05.OO; bulla. fi 40(44 60. Sheep Receipt. 2,(100; market firm Lambs, I3.755.&0; muttoua, l3.BB.4t 26, Japaa Tahaa a Bile or China. Pari. Feb. 10. Ofliclal advice re ceived by the foreign ofilce from Pekln say that Japan ha notified China that she intends lo keep Wei Hal Wei perma nently. Coppar, New York, Feb. lO.-Copper, 10. Leav ordnrs tor alttctrle bell work at the oOlo ot tha Colorado Telegraph and TnleDlione eompanv, room 2, First ti tloual bank building. I $4 Shoes! m Mall Ortlrrn (liven Careful Attention and Promptly Filled SEE THE NEW SPRING GOODS That arc being shown exclusively by the Big Store. Tho latest modes in both Foreign and Domestic Dress Goods and Silks. Tho newest things in Notions. Tho nobbiest things in Summer Dross Goods. Tho Prettiest Muslin Underwear and the largest and most complete assortment of Whito Goods ever shown in this city. New Goods Arriving Daily. Dress Goods. They are prettier than ever this Scaaon. 'Beautiful plaid, handaome covert aod other cloths for tailor-made auita. Black (roods in endless variety. Plain brocades and fancy t t! I. ..... weaves. iew Dicycie swung, Notions: Everything new in this line will be found here. Full line of the new military aod Iewel belts, hair pads In wire and human tair, invisible hair nets, invisible hooks and eyes, the Elite Bustle and full line of the new carved pearl buttons. Outing Flannel. Something new, looks equal to the finest French Flannel, new and beautiful designs in plaids, checks, dots and all-over patterns at 1 1 o per yard. WHITNEY COflPANY Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Furniture, Carpets, Crockery, Glassware, Lamps. Iron Pipes and Fittings. Largest Stock of Brass Goods in New Mexico. Miners and Engineers' Supplies. AGENTS FOR McCall Bazaar Patterns. All Patterns 10c lad 15c NONE HIGHER. gr THE BEST Spring 1898 Announcement. Our Mr. I). Weinman, having gone east direct to the New York market where he will join our ItHMident lluyer and who will together purchase our New Spring Stock, which will in in iu every department be as complete as possible, and will surpass every previous effort in its magnitude, in the Quality and in the Beauty. It is our earnest desire "To be oil' with tho Old Before We are on with the New," Consequently, in order to reduce stocks in every department and gain room for the New Goods, we shall olf :r rpvtial inducements which must command the attention of every Economical Shopptr. ..This Week Embroideries.. Our entire stock of Embroideries, comprising Hamburg, Nainsook and Swiss, including Colored Embroideries, Matched Sets, Insertions, etc., divided in 6 Lots, as follows: Lot No. 1 All euihroldHrltoi nxat rtiwl and opmi patterns worth up to li per yard, On Sale, choice per yard 6a Lot No. 2 All KiubroidorlKS, same as alNivH, only wider and tluer, worth up t 10c per yard, On bale, choice per yard.... 8 I-80 Lot No. 8-l'retty opeu and closed elTecU on hwl.ss Cambrics, worth up to a per yard, On bale, choice per yar d I4e Muslin Underwear. The aftermath of the Muslin Underwear Sale Broken As sortments aad Tumbled Goods, all fixed up and New l'rtcuH on them to Close them out. New Goods Received Daily G ST etc. E Boys' Clothin wztoZiXjaiAZjii THE ECONOMISTS 204 Railroad Avamue, Albuquerque, LIGHTED STORE IN at vft. axtisvy The Economist A Rent a for Butter lck Pattern and Dr. Jaejrer's Underwear. Muslin Underwear. We shall continue the sale of white (roods and muslin underwear for one more week. New lines have been added so that you can still get an elegant assortment. This ia pos itively the last week of the sale. rr a' This will interest mothers, and when you see the quality and small price it will be doubly interesting. Boys' suits, age 4 to IS years, at 85c, $1.50, $2.5 and $3.0O, worth more. See window. Sweaters. We have them for men, youths and boys. Big assortment, all prices, up from 25c. 1 ORDE RS Filled Same Received. N. M. TIIE CITY. Lot No. 4 -Same as Lot 3, but wider and handrtoiiier, coinprlnlng some very line good. Worth up to per yard, On Sale, choice per yard JOe Lot No, 5 Same as above, but ou fluer muter in l and richer patterns, actual worth up to 61 hr per yard, On Sale, choice per yard 80e Lot No. 6 Comprise very elegaut goods, have been selling up to Woe per yard, On Sale, choice per yard 6O0 See Window Display for Spe cial Bargains In Men's Under wear. See Window Display for New Ginghams, We also show many other Seasonable New Goods.