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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY AFT2RN00N, FEBRUARY 24, 1890.
PKEI'MLVUM WAIl !
President McKinley Expresses
His Views to a Senator.
-Would be Ltz la My Doty Did t
Not Prepare for the Future.
Does Rot Think War Incrttsble and Will
Rot Accelerate It
BITItl sons oooo wot I.
Chicago, Feb, M Tho Tribune prints
the following special from Wanhlngton:
"I do not propoM to do anything at all to
accelerate war with Spain. I do not
think war la necessary or Inevitable. I
would bo lax In my duty, however, If I
did not prepare for the future."
To a senator who ealM upon him.
President UrKlnley, with the ntmoet
frankueoa, ottered the a bore words.
There li no doubt tnt that the govern
ment In preparing for war with Spain.
The president and cabinet unite in the
belief el 111, In eplte of all the evidence to
the contrary, that tho explosion of the
Maine wae the result of an onfortnnate
accident, but recognise the fact that the
contrary may prove true almost any hour
and that if It la ehown even luferentlslly
that Spain bad a hnd In the catastrophe
the only thing to do Is to seise Cuba by
force of arms.
Dvm to ovtsium roKcr.
A the latielloa frocraaaM Ihl. Ha
onu Mora sppirtal,
Washington, Feb. 34. The Evening
Star has received the following cable
gram from Charles Pepper, Its staff cor
respondent In Cuba i
At this writing divers are developing
Important result Krotu an examina
tion of the Interior wreckage thsy se
cured evidence which seems concluxive
that the explosion eauie from underneath
the ship. Some smaller magazines may
have exploded. The Maine 10-luch mag
azine did not explode. The condition of
the Interior of the ship rhows a further
probability of the wreck having been due
to ontslde force.
The further the Investigation pro
gresses the more untenable becoiuea the
theory which the Spanish government
adduced to show an accidental eause. It
S evident that the SpanUh eae will be
based on the claim thit Ore preceded
the explosion. Captain Sampson aud bU
colleagues of the naval board may have
outside evidence iiH-reil regarding the
torpedo float producing the explosion.
Bald one diver engaged in tlje work of
getting the bodies out from under. the
hatch: "Ood be merciful to the men who
blew those poor fellows to eternity, the
United States ehould not "
This was b fore Long's order prohibit
Ing iiQloers from talking. This diver ev
idently thought the explueloii was not an
Mclleut. lie had an expert's rapacity
nl npiiortiiuity for Judging.
The Uavana public Is not permitted to
know the luteiislty of public sentiment
In the United btates. Only meagre de
tails are permitted to be kuowu of hat
hippens at Waebtugtuu Congress Is
wttched with excessive anxiety by palace
Officials, but the populace kuows uothltig
Wtiat Is liable to heppeu. Evidence of
111 feeling toward the American public
id anxiety over the Maine disaster do
The Maine iuijuiry dwarfs the Interest
In Cuban politics. But recent develop
ments carry an official confession of the
failure of autonomy.
SITUATION IN ID HA.
Public OpIaloB Should I. Sa.pandad Un
til om.ial laforinalloa U Kaaal.ad.
Washington, Keb. 24. The mystery
surrouudlng the blowing npof the Maine
remains as dense as on the day following
the explosion. That Is the opinion of the
administration, at least. It there was a
development of value at Havana yester
day, or It anything was discovered tend
ing to throw light opon the nature and
cause of the explosion, none of these facts
have as yet been reported either to the
navy or state department.
Naval officials have given no thought
to the relief of Admiral Slcard as com
mander In chief of the naval forces on
the north Atlautlo station. They do not
believe the admiral's health la seriously
Impaired, and no movement will be made
towards bis rellof, unless the suggestion
comes first from himself. No orders have
been Issued yet for any vessel to go to
Havana to replace the Maine. The Mont
gomery has been ordered from Tampa to
Key West, but her orders do not direct
her to proceed further.
Secretary Long to-day, In answer to
Inquiries whether ths department was
suppressing information toneernlng ths
disaster of the Maine, wrote the following
note: "No telegram has been received
from either Admiral Slcard or Captains
Sampson or Slgsbee since yesterday after
noon. I have received no Information
with regard to the disaster that has not
already been made public. The depart
ment is awaiting the result of the In
quiry and public opiulon should be sus
pended until some official In
formation Is received."
Reports from Havana nave not changed
In any degree the view of the high
FOUR GOOD WATCHES.
Hamilton, 17J 25.00
Elgin, 21J HO.OO
Vanguard, 5J1J 40.00
(J men Precision Watch, nothing hot
ter muile (5.0
These are all specially adjusted
atrvice. We return you money if they tail to pass inspection.
XE3 WIES IESHB2PcniI
Leading JswtUr, R. R. Ava., Albuquerque. N. M.
fflelals as to the probable rane of the
disaster t the Milne. It Can be stated
on ths highest authority that absolutely
nothing of a disquieting nature has been
received at the White Hons nor Is Im
portant new of any character expected
until the court of Inquiry has completed
the Investigation and submitted report.
Nothing has been withheld of the least
public Interest and this policy will he
continued until the whole truth Is
brought to light.
TKLKOKASl ISO SIHSDKBV.
Latent News Prom Havana - thMllae of
f.aaja and Morrlit Hot fooud.
Washington, Feb. J4. Capt Slgsbee
telegraphed from Havana to-day as fol
lows: "The wrecking tng, Right Arm,
arrived yesterday, and begins work to
day. Much encnmberlng metal must be
blasted away In detail. Ths navy divers
down aft seven days, forward fonr days.
Ths bodies of Jenkins and Merrltt are
not found. Two unidentified bodies of
the crew were found yesterday. After
compartment filled with detached, broken
and buoyant furniture and fitting.
The Spanish authorities continue offers
of assistance and care for the wounded
and dead. Everything that goes from
the wreck to the United States should be
disinfected. Ths wrecking com
pany shonld provide for this.
The surgeon of ths Mains after con
sulting with others recommended that
all bedding and clothing should be aban
doned. They might go to the acclimated
poor. Unless fittings and equipments
might he towed to sea and thrown over
board Will take all Immediate respon
sibility, but Invite department's wishes.
Shall old metal of superstructure and
like be saved? Friends of the dead shonld
understand that ws are In the tropics.
Chaplain Cbadwlck Is charged with all
matters relKtlve ti the dead. His conduct
Is beyond praise. Don't know what re
ports are being printed, but the Intensely
active representatives of the press here
have been very fonstderate to me and my
Word reaches this office, this afternoon.
that Cept. Chalk, residing in north Albu
querque, was revelling In the smiles of
twins boy and girl. They arrived the
other eveulng, and all parties concerned
In the happy event are reported doing
A nine-pound daughter arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Freeman yes
terday afternoon. The attending physi
cian reports mother and child doing
nicely, but states that It wilt be several
days before "Cow-Puncher Daddy" ean
report for duty.
VhrltUMi Eadaavar Racial.
To-morrow evening the Christian Kn-
deavur society of the Congregational
church will give a social In the church
parlors. A unique program will be
rendered, and every one Is assured a
pleasant time. Everything free. Come
and bring a friend. Strangers especially
Kobt. L. Douthltt, manager of the
Washington mine. In the Cochltl district.
came in from Bland last night, regis
tered at 8turges' European, and this
morning made pleasant call at this
office. Mr. Douthltt is full of good news
about the Cochiti district, but, owing to
certain circumstances, he did not care to
submit himself to an Interview. He did
state that the McPherson-McKarlan
mill, near Bland, has started np, and that
the Albemarle, people are getting ready
for big things the coming spring and
summer. Mr. Douthltt Is here to consult
with the local owners of the Washington
mine. He expects to return to Bland
We want all the good things we can
get. We have a well equipped shop, a
full force of the very best workmen, a
fine tonsorlal and bath trade, but we
waut some more customers. Give us a
trial, and you will find ut more than
worthy of your patrouage. llahn A Co.,
N. T. Armijo building.
Paul Kempenlcn, a University student,
is minus bis riding pony. The animal
broke Its leg last Monday, and a shot
from a pistol put ths pony out of his
Mrs. Oaks has gone to Chicago and New
York, and when she returns her beautiful
parlors will be filled with all the lovely
millinery novelties tor ths spring of
We heat our water with Cerrillos coat
It gets red hot and we are always ready
to give you the most comfortable bath In
the city. Hahn A Co., 307 Railroad ave
nue. We offer t'JB reward to any bouse that
will touch our samples for custom suits
or our custom suits for finish, fit and
quality. K. L. Washburn A Co.
Ton are always snrs of finding some
rare bargains at F. F. Trotter's grocery
store and It will pay yon to trade there.
Mrs. J. W. Anderson entertained the
Ladles' Aid Society of ths Lead avenue
Methodist church this afternoon.
California and native fruits ean be
found In abundance at F. F. Trotter's
emporium on Second street.
Mr. and Mrs. CO. Cushman are moving
Into a cosy cottage on South Arno street,
near Railroad avunue.
Read that new advertisement of ths
Devilled cheese at the Ban Josi
and rated in position for Railroad
Increasing Gratify of the Reports
From Havana ibe Cause.
Tendency wis Violently Downward
nd Bolls an In Despair.
Slurp Break to Hew Trk stocks Re
C ctcd la Chicago,
met or WHAT MOfTIB.
New York, Feb. 14. Offerings of every
stock on ths opening on tho 'Change
were of several thousand shares and quo
tatlons were almost lost sight of. Run
ning sales In Manhatton were made all
the way from 1.054 down to par. Bur
lington dropped nearly five points. De
clines over two poluts In op.ining sales
were the rule. Ths tendency continued
downward violently In the first ten min
ute, the average fall Increasing to over
S points. The Metropolitan street rail
way dropped 13 points. In half an boor
prices were steadying. The market was
eioeediugly feverish at the rise, and be
fore another hour prices were deellulng
ix cnicioo too.
Chicago. Feb. 24. Both grain and pro
vision and stock markets were very weak
to-day, reflecting the eharp break of
stocks In New York, which hadadeel
dedly demoralising effect on the bulls.
Ths Increasing gravity of ths reports
from Havana, which caused the Wall
street decline, was responsible In the
main for quite free liquidation of long
wheat. The market closed at declines of
tho. for May and le. for July wheat.
Hank flaeal.ar Appointed.
Baltimore, Keb. 24. Judge Sharp to
day appointed Simon P. fk-hott receiver
tor the Bank of South Baltimore.
The aisets are estimated at 1 120,000;
liabilities, 170,oo. There Is a cash
shortage ot $i,00, and an obvious defl
clt of IU.702, produced by tho shrinkage
In values. A larger portion ot the de
posits, amounting to $130,000, are by
Mrs. Whltaaf Varj Low.
Aiken, 8. O, Feb. 24,-Mrs. Wm. C.
Whitney Is la a critical condition as the
result of an accident on Monday. The
blow on her head paralysed tho body and
motion has not yet been entirely re
Chloa Mloea Mai hat.
Chicago, Feb. 1i. Cattle Receipts,
10,000. Market steady, others weak.
Beeves, 3.8ug6.36; oows and heifers,
t2.10($4 36; stockers and feeders, $3 40g
4.40; Teias steers, $3.60(84 30.
Sheep Receipts. 15,000. Market steady.
Native sheep, $.1.10(4.60; westerns,
$3 ttOtf 4.00; lambs, $4 8e5.fi5.
Chicago, Feb. 24.-William O. Moody,
formerly bookkeeper and cashier for the
banking firm ot Dunlop Bros, pleaded
guilty to-day to the embezzlement of
t'.M.ooOof the fuuds ot the Oak Park
Bulldingaud Loan association, and $2,747
from the Dunlop Bros, He was sentenced
to an Indeterminate term In the peutten-
tlary. Moody was prominent In church
and social circles.
Washington, Feb. 24. General Samuel
Brick, artjtitant-gaeral of the army, will
be retired to-morrow on account of age.
It Is probable that nls successor will be
Col. Henry T. Corwln, who Is In direct
line for promotion.
Slier I IT Martina Defeasa.
Wllkesbarre, Pa.. Feb. iM.-The de
fense In Sheriff Martin's case Introduced
a lot of witnesses to-day to prove the
riotous conduct of the strikers In the
region prior to the shooting.
Th. Liberty fan 7.
Columbus, Ohio, Feb. 24. The national
conference of the leaders ot ths liberty
party to-day decided to make the Pitta-
burg platform their annunciation ot
Washington, Keb. 24. Panned Assistant
Surgeon T. B. Bailey, U. 8. N., was found
dead this morning In the Albany hotel.
He committed suicide by taking cocaine.
Tba Mnnllor Tarror,
Norfolk, Vs., Keb. 84. The monitor
Terror left Norfolk at 10:15 a. m. under
sealed orders, but will remain at Hump
ton Roads a short time.
thloa.a Urala Market.
Chicago, Keb. 24. Wheat Kebruary,
I1.03M; May, $1.03. Corn-February,
28,VC; May,2U7,e. Oats February, V e;
Fraach Plaaaetar laa4
Paris, Feb. 24. Simon Latard, the
founder of the banking firm of Lazard
Freres, la dead.
New York, Feb. 24. Money on call
nominally, 1'i'J2 per ceut. Prime mer
tile can paper. 3g4. . .
New York, Feb. 24. Silver, 65 V;
New York, Feb. 24. Copper. 10,.
II K WAS DOWN IN CI HA.
Han. Itullia Was at Harraeoa Tatl.t
tfaars A(u Mil Story.
"About twelve years ago," said Ben
Botlie, the junior member of the firm ot
Qulckel & Bothe, "I was In Cuban waters
off the coast ot Barracoa. and know con
slderable about that country, and, eousid
ering the oppression so prevalent in the
islam! on accouut of tho cruel rule of
Spaln.the Insurgents, who are fighting for
liberty aud freedom from the despotic
rule, should have the aid and sympathy
ot all civilised countries."
Mr. Bothe was a particular friend ot
Captain Anderson, of the two-mast frnit
schooner, George B. Douglass, and onre
upon a time, about twelve years agt, he
took a trip with the eaptalaon one of
his voyages between New York and Bar
"St z months afterward," said Mr.
Bothe, "the eeorge B. Douglas was em
ployed In the trade between Mobile, Ala
bama, and Honduras, end tho schooner,
with the captain and all on board, sunk
In tho Gulf of Meilco,"
It any oos ot our readers wish to hear
true narratives about ths hardships and
trials of the poor Cubans, at thebands of
a cruel, relentless toe, they are at liberty
to call on Mr. Roths for facts.
WITCH BBATBK INDICTED.
BIU BXaraad alaat rive Eanl ladlaae
aj CraaO tmrf at La La Baa.
The grand Jury for Valencia county
completed their labors yesterday and re
turned four true bills. Among these was
tho case of tho territory vs. Nyuche,
(latotii, Natathalu, Naurmasl aiid Keeasi,
the five Zunl Indians charged with beat
ing and maiming an old woman ot the
Zunl pueblo by the nam of Maorolrila
during the great witch excitement whleh
prevailed In the pueblo last spring.
Maumlrlta was suspected of wl teller v
and the five prisoners took It upon them
selves to chastise her. They will have
their trial at the next term of court. In
tho meantime they will bo confined In
the jail at Los Lunaa.
The other bills were for cattle and
sheep stealing but aa ths parties have
not been apprehended yet, their names
will not be published.
XBW IHDt'STR IN SHOKS.
Hobos Working the Skaa Raeket Vary Sna
aaaalally. One of our citizens, a professional man.
telle Tm Citizzm that we ought to ad
vertise gratuitously what appears to bo s
new business In town, conducted with
some system. He says that a very good
looking, bright and attractive boy, ap
parently about 20 years of age, came Into
his office and asked If he
could not get an old pair ot shoes,
and Mid that a gentleman had kindly
given him a pair, which was too small
and caused him most dreadful pain. In
spection of his feet seemed to corroborate
this story, and our Informant, seduced
and led away by the manner and appear
ance of the boy, told him to come to his
(tho victim's) house a little before t
o'clock, and be would try to find some
shoes tor him. Moreover, be gave bim a
ear ticket, so that ho would not bo com
pelled to walk on bis suffering and crip
pled bet. .
Tba hoy turned td on time at the
hause, but euoountered another member
Of tho family, who recognized him, as
the person to whom she had the day be
fore given a patr of shoes belonging to
the easily-Imposed upon philanthropist,
which had evidently been disposed ot In
some way. it was thought that the nn
fortunate boy was not entitled to more
than one pelr of shoes from one house,
and be realised more that the world was
cold and cruel. But there are other
houses and other "suckers" and other
shoes In town, and by this time the
young man Is probably prepared to start
a second hand shoe store.
Card or Thanks.
The memliers of ths Non-Sectarian
Benevolent association are very grateful
to Mr. Burrus tor his donation of $10,
published in Tub Citizkn.
The association has had many demands
upon It this winter, aud sincerely appre
ciates his kindly act
Mhs. W. W. McClkixan.
w. v. t. v,
The Woman's Christian Temperance
union will meet at the Kiudergarton
rooms, Friday, Feb 26, at 3 p. m.
It Is earnestly desired that all mem
bers be present, as arrangements ars to
be perfected for a memorial service for
Frances K. Wlllard.
Hith J. Stimu. Secretary.
The Woman's Relief Corps dispenses
much charity In ths course ot a year, and
aro seldom before the position. There
tore, let our cltlzeus liberally patronise
the Capt Jack Crawford entertainment
at the opera house, on March 3, nuder the
ausploes of the Woman's Relief Corps.
tickets are now on sale.
There will be prise bowling Friday
eveulng, Feb. 26. at the Albuquerque
Bowling parlors, North First street and
Copper aven ue.
C. T. Springer left yesterday morning
for Tularosa, ons ot the thriving towns
on the Kl Paso & Northeastern railroad.
One ot the telegraph operators at the
depot, J. J. Johnson, has left for Cali
fornia, having been transferred to Lodles.
Empire brick cheeee, as fine as ever
cams to Albuquerque, at the San Jobs
Ml HI IT.
Wanted A girl to do general house
work. Inquire at 610 south Broadway.
All kinds ot fresh fish to-morrow at the
San Johi Mahkkt.
We would like to hIiow
NEW BICYCLE SHOE
Of the Celebrated
NORMAN & BENNETT MAKE.
The finest line in Albuquerque to
select from at Popular Price-.
GEO. C. GAINSLE Y & CO.,
Reliable Shoe Dealers.
NATIONAL CONGKESS !
Senator Allen Withdraws His
Cuban Inquiry Resolution,
Supreme Court Aerlns Heirlnc In
the Join' Traffic Case.
Called State S.-ki to "unify Agree.
neat of Traffic Attoclatiea.
Mm WTLLAIS I0I01ID.
Washington, 1 b. 24 -In tho senate
the chaplain pra - that the honor and
dignity and rlglr of onr country might
Tho president laid before tho senate
o resolution by A ilea, of Nebraska, pro
viding for the opr-olDtmant of Ov sena
tors to make tnqr'ry Into the condition
of affair In Cobs with ths flew to bring
ing Ih war to a peaoxfnl end. Allen
said that being satisfied that from the
vote on his amendment yesterday that
ths fat of this resolution was quite well
sealed ho would withdraw It from further
IN TBI HOUR!.
Washington, Frb. 14. The sundry eJvll
appropriation bill was taken np by the
house again to-day. Bayer offered an
amendment to Increase th epidemic
fuud by $200,000, but It was lost
laareaao lha Artillery.
Washington, Feb. 24. Tho Increase of
the artillery tore of tb country by two
regiments, a provided In tb senate bill,
was agreed on by a sub committee of the
bouse military affairs committee, to day.
The last Pltaa Farfni-aiad.
Rvanston, III, Feb. 24. Ths last rites
over th body of France K. Wlllard,
president of th Woman' Christian Tem
perance Union. wr performed her to
day. The city was In mourning, schools
and business house being closed and
flags put at half mast
Kaaaae City Market.
Kansas City, Feb. 24.-CatUe-Receipts,
4.000; market, active, steady.
Teias steer. $1U)4.S0; Teiaa cows,
$1003.75; natlv sleers, $3 Sfcjfl.20;
native cow and heifers. $XJ834.t6i
tocksr and feeder, $3.00$ S. 00; bulls,
Sheep Receipts, 4,000; market firm.
Lamb. $4.66tti muttons, $3,004
i7S. . .
v Joins TraRla Ons.
Washington, Feb. 24 Ths supreme
court to-day began a hearing in th Joint
traffic ease In wbloh th United Btate
seeks to have an agreement on th part
ot th thirty-one leadiug railroad of tb
country constituting th tradle associa
tion, as formed In 1888, declared nnll and
void and to have th association njolned
from operating under tills agreement.
Solicitor General Richards opened ths
Ue depended largely opon a decision of
the supreme court In th trans-Missouri
freight association case as to a precedent
for this case, argulug that ther was
practically no difference between ths
agreement In that case and the agree
ment of roads which were oartles to the
joint tralllc association.
Capt. James Smith and Leonard Win-
uofer, two ot the principal owners of the
Sulphur hot springs, ars in th city.
They were seen this morning and asked
In regard to the sale of the resort to M. 8.
Otero. They stated that they had heard
that C. Y. Kennedy and W. M. Weaver,
who are also Interested In the springs,
had sold their Interests and were
ezpected to attach their signatures
as soon as possible to th transfer
paper. Messrs, Kennedy and Weaver
are ezpected to arrlv from th west
to-night. In any event Smith and
Wiuhofer are here to as them, and It 1
most likely tliat they will join In th sale
of the property. It la learned, Indirectly,
that the purchase price will not be more
On Feb. 25, 18U7, on year ago to-morrow,
Mr. Ma Antuula Lobato de Barela,
aged HO years, was burned to death at
the home of her son In law, W, H. H
Me'zgar, at Pajarito, a few mile south
ot this city. Mr. Metzgar sends word to
The Citizkn that th mas anniversary
of her death will be (aid at th Pajarito
Catholic church on Saturday morulng, at
9 o'clock, and all relative and friends of
the deceased are Invited to atteud tb
President Ives, of the Baltimore, Cedar
Rapids A Northern railroad, wm In th
city yesterday, leaving last night for th
John Becker and wife, who wer her
yesterday, returned to their Belen horn
Another lot of fresh fish received to
morrow at the Ban Joes Mabkit.
Mall Ordern Cllven
and Promptly Filled
They are Pouring: in.
New Spring Uoods ot every variety. Come around and tee the new stylei in Spring Dress
Goods, Organdies, White Goods, in fact turn whih way you may, you will find th new and
beautiful. The men folks have not heen forgotten either, no indeed, for we have the Urgett
and htndaomest ine cf Clothing and Genta' Furnishing Gooda in the city.
Last call on Ladies' Ready-tWear Dreasci.
Every garment muat go. Here are the
prices to move them :
Lot 1 Ladiea Suits of Serge, Cloths and
Cheviots in Brown, Tan, Light and Dark
Grey, Navy and Black, worth up to $6.50,
sale price $2.50
Lot 3 Ladies' Suits in Black Brillianteen,
elegantly made and worth $7,00,
sale price S3. CO
Lot 3 These are beauties, made up in the
latest styles, Silk-lined Waists, made of hand
some Storm Serge, in Black, Navy, Tana
and Green, these are worth up to $11.50,
sale price J t.OO
jut received, five cases of Organdies. They
are preuier inia year man
Hundreds of patterns to select
The best colored shirt made.
full line of them.
All Styles in Plain and Fancy Braids.
High Novelties in Silks
Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Furniture,
Carpets, Crockery, Glassware, Lamps.
Iron Pipes and Fittings.
Largest Stock of Brass
Goods in Now Mexico.
Miner's and Engineers' Supplies.
AH Patterns 10c and 15c
t w f" ""
vJ V AJ
We offer many attractions in
We Want Room for the New Goods.
An Economist special sale of
35 pieces of Wash Goods
worth up to ao cents per yard,
Only 5c yd
Take your pick of the fol
lowing specials, if we have the
Ladles' shirt waists at t5c worth
Children's under waists at 8 c, worth
W. C. C.eorattUst 69c, worth 1.&0.
Cblldrnu's wool sud cotlou Iioms at
IS I -Sc. worth
An Economist special sale 01
men's working pants at 75c
per pair, worth $1.35 per pair.
An Economist special sale of
men's wool over shirts at 05c
each, worth up to $3.00 each.
l,a(lttt 11 ok oat of
town vbo wiati it Uke
fttlvstnUtie of Hits
will pleas tend orders
rly in older lo prevent
will Im tilled m lung m
th pretteut stork Istatat.
but rdl uot be duplicated
t IbesM prk c.
at Up-lo-Dale Prices Is Our
We carry a
WU OlilD 0.cVXjX1
204 Railroad Avanue, Albuquarqua.
LIGHTED STOKE IN
Are now in striking evidence all over the store notably b the
Dress Goods Department forerunners of what will prove to be th
grandest cnllertinn nf attrartinna rver nrpajntl in this line. We
are very anxious for you to inspect the beauty of the new goods,
and would assure you 'tis no trouble to show them.
genuine bargains of Seasonable Goods.
the following Low Prices is that
Aa Economist 9pcUl m1 of
50 Pieces of New
9c Per Yard.
A genuine 1230 value.
An Economist special sale of
this season's new outing cloths,
during this sale only, Do per
See window display of new
dress goods- Call and inspect
our new wash fabrics, new shirt
waists, new goods of all kinds.
DRY GOODS STORE.
Agents for Batter
Ick's Patterns and
Dr. Jaeger's Underwear.
We are showing a handsome line of Ready
to-wear Tailored Suit in the newest Sptiog
Patterns, beautifully made and perfect fit
tiug, at one-half of what you pay for a made-to-ordes
suit. See Window Display.
Our Spring styles in Children's Shoes have
arrived. Our stock this year is double the
size it has ever been before. The people
know where to go when they want good
goods at reasonable prices. See the new
styles in window.
Tam O'Shanters and Sailors.
Have you seen the New Spring Styles b
Tam O'Shanters and Sailor j? Ours axe here,
they are beauties, all prices up from 18c.
Black Cat Hose.
Known aa the leathej stocking, the best
wearing stocking mode for children. We
and Dress Goods.
Our reason for attaching
An Economist special sale of
too pieces of percale at Oo
per yard, colors guaranteed;
comes in figured blue, nd,
black and light colors, worth
iltf cents per yard.
An Economist special sale of
Remnants of all kinds of wash
goods, choice at flo per yard.
An Economist special sale of
men's grey knit underwear at
11)0 each, worth 35c each.
An Economist special sale of
men's wool half hose at 3 pairs
for 50c, worth 35c each.
Better goods tor ths
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