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t JOD PRINTING COOK DtSDLIQ la al fe hmm atei ttvpm hrmmAm fif 4am a Txoa orrxsmnrt TIZEN. f htflh aarotioaa tad iirtrm Waaeha Maltr at it 4 VOLUME 12. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 12, 1898. NUMBER 124. THINGS LOOK MORE WARLIKE! Department of the Gulf Created by the War Department. EMPEROR WILLIAM Washington, March 13. The warde partmnnt to day promulgated an order creating department of the Gulf and Lakes and a'wlUlilug the ilcpartmeuts ot the kllxNourl and Tuae. The department ot the Kant will embody the nUtee on the Atlantic coa.sU Including Noitb Carolina. The department ot the Lake will In dole Wieeoneln, Michigan, Illinois, In diana, Ohio, Krntuckjr and Teoneexee, with headquarters at Chicago. The de partment ot the Gulf will oomprlee South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, UliMliHlppI, Louisiana aud Texan, with haadquarten at Atlanta. General Brooks will command the de partment ot the Lakee and Brigadier General Graham the departmeut of the Gulf. An Important change by the order waa the creation ot the uew department of the Gulf by the combination of the old department ot Tens with the southern portion ot the department ot the Kant. CHK.KItriX AMD OtrlANT. HpaUk P pie Caejltrtaal of Coaquerlng th. lubaa lukrMU, New York, March 12. A dispatch to the Herald from Madrid aaya: Ueuor Mu ral's eltquent speech at the last banquet on the occaelon of the graud croas of Car Ion III being conferred on the gorernor ot this province ma; be taken an a re ply of the government to Amerlcun out bursts and an eipoeitlnn of the attitude ot Spain lu the whole uialU-r. He said: "H has been said that aulouomv Is a fail ure. 1 his U fuleo and mendacious. Our gallant troops are chasing the rebels at the bayonet's point with criea ot "Viva Kspana," and Qioratrdir has been re stored. I believe that eucceas will crown our efforts and should there arise a su preme moment we will call upon the oris ot Spain, that they may rally In the road ot duty and show all foreigners that they are not strong enough to usurp our rlhto-H , IIIUIU HILL AT IVOSK. Both An.rlraa and flpaulati Tl.r at Work oa Wrerk of tha Malae. New York, March 11 Captain Samp- eon laet nig!; aeitt t. db-patt-h In cipher to the navy department, says the Havana correNpoudeut of the Herald. It Is stated by oue lu a poeiiLui to kuuw that the dla patch will result lu development In the near future. The same gentlemau said that the bluul h and American divers are working along l lie same Hues aud In accord. Yeeterilay the Spauteh and Amert can divers weut together to the bottom ot the harbor and brought to the surface a nack of mud tri m under the forward uiugatiue. WALL MUtfcT CIT:i. War humor Ch a Har Decline lu etucee. New Yoik. March 12. Wall street woke up this uiornii g with renewed ap pn-lrulon regarding the situation of this country ilh Spain. The pievaleut belief Ih that the culmination of the Cuban qut ktlou Is at luniil with the pend ing report of the board of Inquiry. There was a lively scramble at the opening to Cud bujers for large offerings. Few buy era could be foun.i aud prices broke vio lently from 1 to 3 poluts In all active stocks. After a momentary recovery prices plunged to a lower level than on the Drsl slump. rartHoK william. Ha la Liable to Run I p Agalnet Hla I'affla Haul u.l. Madrid, March li Correspondencla prints the following telegram from Her lln: "I know from a sure source that last night at a family dii ner party In the palace, at which was preseut Princess Irene, wife of Prince Henry, the env peror's brother, who Is now in command ot the German squadron in the tar eaet the conversation turned upon Cuban affairs. The German emperor, placing the hilt ot his sword on the table, said: What I declare la that as long as WU Ham II is emperor ot Germany the Yan kees shall not take possesHton ot Cuba." eteaan.r Arrlvaa at Southampton. Southampton, March 12. The Ameri can line steamer Paris, due reveral days ago, passed the Lizard at 12:20 this after noou. At the rate she was going It will be nearly midnight when she reaches the dock in Southampton. Spanl.h Torpedo f lotilla. Madrid, March 12. The Spanish tor pedo tlotllla has not yet left fad It. The vessels will sail for the Canary islands as soon as the weather moderates. PaelBo (oul Itofenaee. Washington, March 12. In making preparations for the possibilities of the future, the navy department has not overlooked the strategic defense ot the Hyacinth Birth Stono Rings, Just Received Who in this world of ours their tyes In March first opto, shall be wise; In days of peril, firm and brave, And wear a Hyacinth to their grave. 35 "ssriEfl Leading Jeweler, R. R. FAVORS SPAIN. Pacific coast. Secretary Long to-day tel egraphed orders for the battleship Oregon to leave San Krancbieo and cruise down the southern coast. The vesnel will re port from time to time by cable to the navy department III.; (Inter for Fowder. Valparaixo, lud, March IX The Aetna I'owder company has received an order for one hundred tons ot powder and two hundred tons ot dynamite cartridges fr.im the war department. The works will be run day and night. RKMANT BACK TALK. A Spanlah Paper Telle What Ipaia Will l. Madrid, March li The Imp arclal to day, says: "There la still time to prepare a few men of war and It la perhaps possible to buy few vessels abroad, but In any case we have some merchant ships, which could do a lot of harm to American com merce, and we will have to arrange to carry on a privateering war from which as much renown may accroe aa from the guerrilla warfare which vanquished Na poleou. If our flag goes Into mourning. let us at least be able to put some pieces ot crape on the Americans' obnoxious flag." Spanish Mlal.ter. Washington, March 12. Senor Luis Polo y Bernabe, who succeeded He Lome as minlnter ot Spain, was formerly pre sented to President McKluley to-day. The introductions to the president were by Secretary Sherman. The exchange of greetings was most cordial, and occu pied about tweuty minutes. The cere mony passed oft without Incident. Chloacv atoeB MaiaeV. Chicago, March 12. Cattle Receipts, 3,500 I'uchanged. Beeves, IH.8iK3B.t5; cows and heifers. t2.2O44.40; stockers and feeders, 3 Bog 4.50; Texas steers, 3.uOa4 50. Hheep Receipts, 8.000. Market steady. Native sheep, :i.50ii4.6O; westerns, SAWf-iO; lambs, 4 unoU Report Dealed. Berlin, March 12. The Berlin foreign office has instructed the Inspired press to deny emphatically that Germany will aid rlpain In eee ot war with the United States and poiut out that the. United States Is an excellent friend of Germany, and that Spain, In the Caroline squabble, has repeatedly shown unfriendliness. Arreated for Merrier. New York, March 12. Dr. Trumbull Cleveland, prominent fashionable phy sician, said to be a cousin of the former presideut, was arrested to day charged with manslaughter. It Is alleged that by ignorant treat merit lie caused the death ot the lufant child of James L. Garharl. Chlcanu tiraln Markat. Chicago, March 12. Wheat March. l 01,'.; May. tl.OJ1.. Corn March, 2!ic; May, 3uiteo. Oats March, i5VJ V; May. 2ii;V Miiiwf Markat. New York, March 12. Money on call, 2 per cent. Last loan 2 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, iH'li- t'oppar. New York, March 12. Copper, 107,. silver tad LaaA. New York, March 12. Silver, Mc; Lead, 13.80. A Charge Aaaarered. In a letter to Thi Citizen, J. N. Pat- ton, secretary ot the PaciUe Mutual Life Insurance eompany ot California, states that the Item recently clipped Into these Columns from the Lordsburg Liberal, wherein It says that "there has been so much trouble over olaims against the Paclllo Mutual Life Insurance company, where it has had the privilege of Insur ing Southern Paciflo employes, that the railroad has refused to assist the com pany any more aud has turned the bust uess over to the Travelers," Is false lu almost every particular. Mr Patton says his company Is noted for Its promptness aud fair ileal Ing with claimants, and It has had no trouble with the Southern Paclllo com pany or its employes, and such company has nut turned over Its business toother insurance companies. W. P. Metcaif is ths local agent of the above company. Zeiulorh, Ilia Magician. Zauilocli, the magician, entertained an other amazed aud mystified audience with his feats aud tricks at ths opera bouse last night. Owing to the wet weather of the afternoon and the muddy streets, only a fair-sized audience turned out. This did not deter Zamloch from giving a nrst-class entertainment. There was a complete change ot program, but lESHWD? Ave., Albuquerque. N. M. ths trirki wore Jtut m claw M on the pr.Ylona eY.nlng. Pxntnni who hart not attended either of the pant entortatn menta, nhonld not fall to tarn ont to night, which U Zamloch's lat appear ance bare. r It COS VAI.LkT ROAD. Sarrejrlna; Partf anil Grader Starting to Werk. Wellington. Kan.. March 12. 8. L. Cox. of Newton, surveyor under W. H. Karl, pael through this city with four as sistants on tnetr way to rannannie. Texas, to begin surveying ths route for the proposed I'ecna valley extension. Mr. Cox stated that work on the construction ot the new road would begin as soon as the surveyors completed their work. He said that l'X) grading teams with men were watting at Panhandle to begin work as soon as orders were Issued, work will begin at both ends ot the new road at the same time and Its completion pushed rapidly as possible. rtnratL ioihj aujoi-rmku. Itoth I'niud Ktate Jarira Dlertianred Jntlg-a llamlltaa Hasting Argamanta. The United States grand Jury made a formal report to the court yesterday afternoon, returning no Indictments and announcing that Its labors were com pleted. It complimented Judge Crnm packer and the officer of ths court npon the ability with which they had dis charged their respective duties. Judge Crumpacker then discharged both the I'nlted States petit and grand juries. This morulng Judgs Crumpacker turned ths court room over to Judge Hamilton, who Is hers from Socorro to hear arguments on a motion for a new trial In the case of the American Valley company vs. J. W. Schofleld et al, being th cass tried at the last term of court at Socorro, In which Judgment for $10,000 was secured by ths plaintiff. Chllders &,Dobaonare representing the defendant and F. W. Clancy tha plaintiff. It the arguments In this ease are com pleted In time this afternoon the case of the Horse Springs Cattle company vs. Hayes will come up before Judge Hamil ton on a hearing on the plea Died by the defendant in the t ate. K. II. Rollins commenced a suit to-day against Valencia county for llO.ono on coupons overdue on the bonds ot the county. Kmll Bassut and Jean Bassut vs. Frank Pnrsch and .Jacob Kaekee, assumpsit In attachment, was commenced In the dis trict court to-day. Chllders ft Dohaon commenced a suit to-day against J one F. Jaramlllo on a note. I'NITKD STATES GRAND JCBT RKPOBT. To the Hon. Jonathan W. Crumparker. Ann. Mritcuaud Judge ol tha Second Judicial Ui.mtt. Sir Your grand Jurors selected from the bo.! y of theStcoud Judicial dint riot court for the March term A. 1). 1SS of said district bve the honor to report to you thai we nave tieen In sesslou for uve days aud duriug that time have exam ined and pasiwu uion all eases that have been brought to the unties of our body and of which we have made due report to tne court. We doelre to thank the court for the unlfoim courleey extended to us during our session, and also the Tuited Hlates marshal, the clerk aud Interpreter of our body for the proper and courteous man ner In which they have assisted our de liberations and now having concluded our lulMirs we ask the court to be dis charged for the term. ery reepat'trull, J. M. Sandoval, Foreman. Hor.ee for the Racee. Secretary Culley was Informed this morning by telegram that a carload of runners will ship from Walsenburg.Colo. to take part in the spring races hers im mediately on Issue of special rates, which, it Is understood, the Santa Ke railroad will concede from all points in Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico, tak ing effect on March 10. It will be quite a novelty for Albu querque to have seven weeks of first class racing, and will no much towards Inter esting the public of the southwest In ths sport of kings." At the Congregatlouat church, every Sunday evening till Kaster, subjects as follows, beginning to-morrow night: "Christ and Human Sin," "Christ, ths Krlen.l and Helper," "Christ, the King,' "Christ, the Sacrifice for Bin." and "Christ, the Risen Lord." About tweuty Qve slides will be used at each service. All seats free and everyone welcome, especial ly thoee uot accustomed to go to any church. The Heat, "The best Is none too good." The In surance Company ot North America, with a career of In) years of honorable and successful business. Is tbs peer of any aud the superior of must com paules doing business In America. The policy of the Philadelphia underwriter Is backed up by assets ot more than tlO.ooo.'W. which Is nearly $5,0)U,iX)0 more than Is represented by any other policy written lu ths L'ulted States. IIKNUT I.cH kiUHT, Agent, Kooms 4 and 5 Grant Block. Nolilea, Ailanlloal A regular seselou ot Ballut Abyad Temple A. A. 0. N. M. 8. will be held Monday evening, March 14, at 7:30 o'clock, at Masoulc ball. All Nobles are requested to attend. By order ot the illustrious potentate. Kuank McKie, Recorder. Gov. Otero and Chief Justice Mills will coins down from the north this evening ami be entertained by the citizens of Albuquerque at the Commercial club. They will return north on No. 3 to-night The governor is taking the chief Justice Pi tne principal places in the ler ritory and making him acquainted with citizens. Immaculate Conception Karly mass, 7 a. in.; chlldrcu's mass, 9 a. m.; Sunday school, V.M a. m.; high mass and sermon by the pastor on the "Guepel ot the Sun day," 10::i) a. m.; beads, instruction and benediction, m. Zamloch, the magician, is a wonder and will prove a worthy successor ot the celebrated Hermann. He will give his laet entertalumeiit In this city to-night. Don't forget the Midland Sunday din ner. The boat 26-ceut meal in ths city. DECLARED DRAW ! Result of Prize Fight Between Sharkey and CIiojqsM. Wall Street Excited Oyer Probabili ties of War Wltli Spala. Borland Ihlnkt War Is Certain, tad Will Scad aa Obtcrratloa Fleet. amis or aiGimt aatrci. Ban Francisco, March 12. Last night's battle between Choynskt and Sharkey la the talk ot the town to-day. Sporting men seem to agreo that R fere Green erred In declaring the fight a draw after the numerous paipabls foul committed by Sharkey, and says that Choynskl should bavs had ths decision. Green ys: "In ths last round. Sharkey rushed Choynskl t the ropes, and both men clinched. Shaikey kept pushing, and when one ot his hands became free, be shoved It up nnder Choynski's chin and pushed him through the ropes. It I bad been positive that Sharkey committed ths foul Intentionally, I would have decided ths battle In Choynskl's favor. When Choynskl was lifted back Into the ring, I saw that hs was dated and It would be an Injustice to make him continue the battle." SPANISH J I NOOKS. Tha War Party la Saala (.rowing la Nauihera. Madrid, March 12. Placards have been posted throughout the city setting forth that ths national candidates, whom all good Spaniards should support, are Gen erals Borrero and Blgura. The placards end with "Long live the fat her laud T 'Long live the army!" The candidates are nominated by the Wylerttes. Ths republican and car list newspapers annouuee that they will sup port them. WAR la ALMOST OKStTAlN, BtaglUh ostein). Think War Can oat lie Averted With Spala. New York. March 12. The Mall and Kxpress to-day has ths following cable gram from London; Ths acute crisis be tween ths I'nlted States and Spain la the uppermost topic everywhere In London. No one seems seriously to believe that war can be averted. The great newspapers are makingelaborate preparations for war correspondents. I am told by an admir alty official that two or three British war vsesels with complete schools of na val officers will be detailed to ernls Id ths vicinity of the Spanish-American fleets so as to take every possible obser vation. It Is believed la London that they American authorities possess some won derful new discoveries In ths way of en- glues of destruction. It Is believed here that If Spain goes to war she will be In a condition ot utter Isolation. The only couutry which would give her moral support would perhaps be Austria. lllnea. of Keglaler llruoa. Washlugton, March 13. Blanch K. Bruce, register of the treasury and ex- senator from Mississippi, Is seriously 111. It Is feared that be muy not survive. Hs Is suffering from acute stomach trouble. Weekly lien a Statement. New York, March li The weekly bank statement shows: Surplus reserve. In crease, f 1,897,125; loans, decrease, 10, .i2.4i; specie. Increase, 3,naH,700; legal tenders, decrease, 1 1,073,401 ; deposits, de crease, IIO.MH.&W; circulation, lucrease, $2(1,0110. Ths banks now hold 22.7J1.3JS In ex cess of legal requirement. HIM liKaNUk lAM. What tha Treaty lletweea tha tailed State, aad Stealoo Meaaa. In 1S03 a treaty between the United States and Mexico made the river com mon property. It has been shown that since that time damages to ths extent ot $18,000,(100 on our side and 1,000,000 on Mexico's side have accrued. It Is held that all these damages ars due to us, be cause our people have exhausted the water. The Mexicans get little ot it, ex cept at times when they need It least. Some years ago Col. Anson Mills, of the United States army, proposed to solve this problem by constructing a dam across a narrow gap between two moun tains through which the river flows. Na ture seems to have Intended that some such thing should be dons. The gorge Is only a short distance from the city ot Kl Paso, to which It gave a name Paso del Norte. Some years ago preliminary examina tions were made by Kuglneer Kollette of the I'uited States geographical survey, but they were not thorough and no bor ings have yet been attempted to deter- Geo. C. Gainsley & Co.'s OPENING OF GEO. C. GAINSLEY & CO., 122 South Second Street. - lWXel Order Olveu 0rmi Attontlou. mine ths strata to be encountered and the kind of formation that can be secured a. foundation for the walls ot the dam. This, of course. Is very Important, as It will be necesnary to prevent alteration of the Water and secure the dam against the enormous pressure ot the floods. A general nrvey has shown that a dam 400 feet ong and sixty feet high will furnish a reservoir sixteen miles long, two miles ldb snd sixty feet deep, or about thirty tqnais miles lineal measure, which would la) sufficient to hold tbs eutlre present flow of ths river for a year, and furnteh Irrigation for millions of acres through the entire valley. Those who hav seen ths Irrigated gardens and faron along ths banks of the river know what this means. p when this survey was made, the estimated cost waa put at $1,100,000, bnt now It will cost much leas because of ths Improvement In machinery and the lower prices ot labor and material. Mor than half this money will be re quired to remove the tracks of the Santa Ke and Southern Paciflo railroads, which ran through the gorge, Ths dam itself will not cost mors than 500.000 but the gralt ot the Santa Fe railroad will hare to be raised for mors than fourteen miles, and that of ths Southern Pacific for more than six miles, and a new right-of-way will have to be fonnd for them, which will be expensive. Congress wants all Information It can get on this subject befors authorising any work. Richard Kagll.h Reelgae, For some time past rumors have been In circulation that Richard Kngllsh, the general master mechanic of the Santa Fe Paciflo railway, would soon qnlt the service of that eompany. It Is now al most certain, the report having been sub stantiated by a friend ot Mr. English, that the latter has sent In his resigna tion to take effect on the 21st of the pres ent month. Mr. Kngllsh could not be seen this morning, but, In any event, the news Is pretty straight. Ths gentleman has been thoroughly Identified with Al buqaerqus and ths local railway shops for the past four or five years, coming here and accepting the position he Is now resigning, from off the Sauta Fs railway at San Marclal, where hs was ths divi sion master mechanic Us Is a good man, and will not remain Idle long. His suc cessor has not been officially announced. The following program will be ren dered by members of tne Kleratlon Union In connection with the Sunday school ot the A. M. K. church at 8 o'clock p. m., Sunday, March 13: Kemark. " Heat Mean, for Advance. nirnl"... C C. Croikett, bueilulrmlenl Uuoutlon. from Uie Hible tklioul Hong-lly the School. I'scer "How to Sluuy the Bible" Mr.. A. K- Bohanan Solo Mia. Willie K. SanOrn SWrctrd Reading Mim Id. Knmlord o Mia. Hreale Pullara Kri'itMtlon Ch.utH-ry Kumlord Cloaing Kemarke " Word, of hncour- aaeincut" kev. at. Jone. Kverybody Is cordially Invited to at- wni. Tha Paet at laetraaiaats. While east Mr. and Mra. A. D. Whlbmn. of tbo Vt hltson Music eompany, person ally selected their stock ot musical In struments, and, as thoee goods ars arriv ing, the public Is Invited to call aud In spect the same. Mandolins from $3.00 aud up; guitars, from $3.60 and up; vio lins, irom su.oo ana up; also a lull Una of all kinds of Instruments can now be round at the W hltson. Besides, a new eUK'k ot sheet music and strings for all Instruments, from Ave cents to a I. Thev also have a new Instrument a twelve string mandolin. Call and see It. Kle- gant pianos aud organs will arrive next week. To the lullee. My spring and summer millinery Is uow arriving, and the spring opeuing of up-to-date millinery, which includes an elegant line of ' pattern bats, will be an nounced lu a few days. Mum M. McCuiiuht, 313 W. Railroad avenue. W. F. C. Gibson, a Santa Ke Pacific en gineer from oft the Needles dlvlsiou, is mixing with city friends to-day. He came hre to meet Kuglneer Harry Rosa and bride, who arrived a tew days ago from Mattoon, III., and during the after noon of their arrival Knglneer Lanhardt took the party, Including Mr. Gibson, driving to Kairview cemetery, where he demonstrated his ability aa a horseman hy tipping over the vehicle, and in the fall Mr. Gibson suffered several bruises, which seut bliu to the hospital, while his friends continued on westward. Lan hardt Is all right on an englue, but be cannot hold ths throttle of horses, or even check their steam. Carl Beelover. a young man who works at the Santa Ke Pacific shops, had his left bend caught In ths cog wheels of a lathe to-day and had two lingers cut off and tne oiners very badly crushed. He la be ing treated by lir. Cornish and there Is hops of his saving the two remaining uugers oi nis leu nanil. Ask yonr doctor what Is ths most nec essary article to have In the bouse In case of sickness and hs Will tell you a Hot Water Bottle. Buy one now at 5 per cent on the regular prlos at, J. H j meuy a IO. s It you wish to enjoy a first class Sun day dinner, don't overlook the Midland hotel ou north Third street. Lawyer WyctifT, who bas been sick and in bed the past week, waa at the court house this morulng. The usual Saturday night free lunch will be served at tbs Zelger Cafe this evening. FIXE SPRING AND We are always pleased to show goods. Our stock is from the best Custom Shoe Factories. We carry nothing but reliable goods and at Reasonable Prices. HI Mall Orders Given Careful Attention ami Promptly Filled Our Saturday Men's Furnishing Goods Special ! Thoy are the Talk of tho Town. Horo aro two items that will make you open your eyes. NO. 1. Fancy Colored Dress and Negligee Shirts, some with Collars attached, some with Cuffs to S1.00 Kcffnlar. OUH SATURDAY PRICE. NO. 2.--Men's Fine naif Hoso in Blues, Reds, Tans, Etc., with Fancy Instep, these j a j r aro cheap at OUR SATURDAY PRICE These Prices See Third Street Window. I WHITNEY COflPANY 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. AGENTS FOIt McCatl Bazaar Patterns AO Patterns 10c and 15f NONE HIGHER. THE BEST In New Spring Attire. Our store and shelves are laden with all the beauty and newness of the season. ATTRACTIVE GOODS and still more ATTRACTIVE PRICES welcome customers to all Departments. You are after the best goods for the money, to be sore. You are after de sirable goods, for style, after all, regulate values. You are after reputable goods, for common goods are not cheap at any price. Quality, Quantity, Style and Low Prices all tend to make it interesting to buyers of Spring Textiles to come in and look over our assortment in the pretty, delicate Cotton, Wool and Silk Dress Fabrics. In Cotton Dress Fabrics we have: Organdies, Dimities, Lawns, Piques, Madras, Galletas and the rest. In Wool Silk, and Wool we have the Latest Novelties in Checks, Stripes and Uayaderas, in Wool Poplin and Silk mixed our collection is second to none in the West. Best Selection of Silks ever brought to the city; 30 colors of Taffeta, Glaces and Changeables to select from ; in Plains, and as many pieces in Fancy Taffetas, Duchess, Glace Poplins, Fleur de Velour, Peau de Soi and Durre stripes our line is complete. In Laces and Embroidery our well-earned reputation of being THE Lace and Embroidery House is more than earned by our immense assortment and well selected stock for the coming Spring Season. INSPECTION SOLICITED. The Economist. E G STOBE! mate li; without Collars they aro worth 25c a pair. Positively For THE ECONOMIST 204 Railroad Avanue. Albuquarqua. LIflllTED STOKE IN Agent) for Batter lck'ft Patterns and Dr. Jaeger's Underwear. 50c. L -C Saturday Only. I 1 MAIL ORDERS Filled Same Day aa Received. N. M. THE CITY.