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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 7, 1890.
IS HEARD FROM
Annihilated Spanish Squadron with
out Loss of a
Washington, May T. Ths navy depart
ment received cablegram from Hong
Kong announcing the arrival thereof
revenue cutter MoCulloeh. The depart
Dient eipeeta advice within a few hour.
DIWHV OABLKURAM RECEIVED
Ai Nne Department at i30 O'clock li
Washington, alar 7. :30. The navy
department received tlie long expected
cablegram from Dewey. It was dated
Hong Kong and la In cipher, confuting
only of four or Ore line. Kxpertt are
deciphering the cable, which will be
made public an toon a translated.
DIWtV'1 UHKAT WORK.
Silenced Batteries, Cat Cable and Beery
thlna at Hla arc.
Waehlngton, May 7. In brief, Dewey'
message state that he ha ellenord the
butteries a uipletily; cut the cable and
ha the bay and everything else com
pletely at hla mercy.
Dan-ay's IWport Saya Nona Killed aad
Ual a r.w Injured.
Washington, Way 7. Dewey'a report
ay none of hi men were killed and but
few Injured. The American ships are
uninjured. Dewey ha, however, been
nnable to Uke potw union of the town of
Manila for lack of men.
Spnnleh Wnratilps Sighted.
London, May 6. Klve bpanleh war
Ulp arc believed to have been elgtited
off the French Weet India Island
TO ENO TXOUPH.
From Facllle Slope to Knable bewey to
Control lb. Philippines.
Washington, May 7. Arrangement
arc now under way to eend troop from
the Pacific elope and Maho to enable
Commodore Dewey to take control of the
Su.pectod or Helng a f"py
Cadis, May 7. An Kngllshman, giving
the name of Otwlng Boyer, attempted to
telegraph yesterday evening detail of
the movement of the Spanish warship.
He waa arrested and banded over to the
military authorities, who strongly iuh
pect him of being a spy.
Dtwtrt KtruMT in rvvu
Secretary Long (laee It Out to New.poper
Maa at 10:30 A. M.
Washington, May 7. Secretary Long
at 10-30 read the following to the new
paper men a Dewey' report:
Manila, May 1. The aquadron arrived
at Manila at daybreak this morning.
Immediately engaged the enemy and
destroyed the following Spanish war ves
sel: Reina Christina, Camilla, I'lloa,
Isla de Cuba, tieneral Leto, The Duero,
Correo, Velaaco, Mindanao, one transport
and the water battery at Cavitc.
Thaequadron is uninjured, and only a
few men were slightly wouuded.
The only means of telegraphing 1 to
the American consul at Hong Kong. I
shall communicate with Dim.
SECOND IHal'ATCH fttOSt DtWd.
Haa Takaa rortlneatloas aad Manila Can
Ha Takaa at Aay Tliiie.
Washington, May 7. A second dispatch
from Commodore Dewey announce that
he ha taken the fortifications, effected a
landing at Cavlte, ha 8W wounded Span
iard a irlsouer and Manila ran be
ttkenataud time. He said he was not
to serioua need of auythlug at present.
Wheat alaaee a Meeonl,
Chicago, May 7. May wheat rose ten
cent in thirty minute after the opening
03 the board of trade, touching tl.tio, new
frea sentry for Oaroala.
Madrid, May 7. A decree has been ga
zetted allowing the free entry of cereal,
etc., Into Spain.
Tha La'aj.tle Heleaeed.
Washington, May 7. The French
steamer Lafarettn, captured by the gun
boat Annapolis, off Havana, baa been
released by the stats department, a the
Hamilton 17-JaweI Railroad Watches $82.50
Elgin Si-Jewel Railroad Watches $28.00
These are adjusted and rated In three position, and are cased in open-face
Bllverlne acrew bevel case. We guarantee them to pass Inspection or refund money
Leading Jeweler, R. R. Ave.. Albuquerque. N. H.
Watch Inspector tor Santa Fe Railroad. We make a specialty of Watches for Rail
Man or Ship.
IN NAVAL HISTORY.
French embassy was assured April N last
that this stesmor be allowed to land mall
and passengers at Havana. Somehow
orders to this effect failed to reach the
A Military DIctatnreblB.
Hendaye, Near Spanish Frontier, May
7. Madrid advice ay that a military
dictatorship, headed by Marshal Campos,
u probably the last chance to save tbs
UK WET'S SECOND DISPATCH.
I Aml.tlnt la Proteoilnc tha Spanish sick
Washington, May 7.-Th following
Dewey's second dispatch: Cavlte, May 4,
I have taken possession of the naval
station at Cavlte on the Philippine
I have destroyed the fortification at
the bay entrance and patrolling the
I control the bay completely and can
take the city at any time.
The squadron 1 In excellent health
The Spanish loss not fully known, but
very heavy, 130 killed including the
captain of the Kelna Christina
I am assisting In protecting the Span
ish sick and wounded. There are 250
sick and wouuded In the hospital within
There I much excitement at Manila.
Will protect the foreign residents.
lata, that Volar Kngloaor F. 11. Randall
Died May 1.
Washington, May 7. Assistant Secre
tary Vanderltp received a cablegram from
a friend on the MeCullocb, during the
great naval engsgnment at Manila, In
which he says: "Of ths Spanish fleet.
eleven war ships were destroyed totally.
Best of all, no American ship waa lost or
even damaged. No American waa killed
and only six Americans Injured."
Another cablegram received by Vander
ltp from the commander of the McCul
loch states that Chief Engineer F. B.
Randall died May 1. Cause not known,
Rioting la Spain.
Madrid, May 7. The provinces are still
in a state of disorder. Renewed rioting
is reported at various points, and there
have been frequent conflicts between the
mobs and the police. At Boris the rioters
burned the mtrket buildings and bar
racks. Women joined In the rlotiug.
PRESIDENT TO DKWKV.
Thaaka Hint, Hla OIHoera and Maa
Their Splendid Aohlerenient.
W ashlugton, May 7. By direction of
the president Secretary Loug sent the
following cable dispatch to Commodore
Dewey: "The president. In the name of
the American people, thanks yon and your
officers and men for your splendid
achievement and overwhelming victory.
In reooguitlou he has appointed you ad
miral and will recommend a vote of
thanks to you by congress.
It ha been decided to send a trans
port with troops and supplies to Commo
dore Dewey at Manila. The City of Pe
kin will be used and will be escorted by
the cruiser Charleston.
2KNTIRR FLEET OEMTHOB1.
Three Hundred Spaniard, aad No A atari
cau Rilled at Maulla.
New York, May 7. The World, In an
extra edition just Issued, publishes a dis
patch from Hong Koug to the effect that
ths new received here from Maulla on
the dispatch boat MoCulloeh la that the
entire Spanish U jet of eleven vessel was
destroyed. Three hundred Spaniards
wers killed aud 400 wouuded. No
lives were lost on the United States
boats, but six person were wounded.
Not one of the American ships was In
jured. Tb Murdered MlMloaarlea.
Sierre Leon, Vtest Coast Africa, May 7.
Additional advices confirm the report
of the assassination of Miss Archer, Miss
Hatfield and Mr. Cain, aud add to the lost
murdered missionaries Miss "Kegg, pos
sibly a mispronunciation of Hchenk.
Miss Cain fled Into bush; her fate nn
Known. All these missionaries were
sent out here by the I'nited Brethren of
Christ mission at Dayton, Ohio.
Crew and Feoeena-ers Loot.
flydney, N. 8, May 7. The British
steamer Maltland, Captain Anderson,
from Sydney for Newcastle, Is believed to
be ashore at Broken Bay. The crew and
passengers, numbering sixty-eight souls,
are believed to have been lost.
Later It became definitely known that
the steamer ashore In Brook bay la the
Maltland. But only stx of herpassen
Rear Admtral Dewey.
Washington-, May 7. Chairman Bon
telle, of the house committee on naval af
fairs, says he will Introduce Monday
resolution of thanks to Dewey, also
bill creating an additional rear admiral.
Martial law at Milan,
Rome, May 7. Martial law has been
proclaimed at Milan on account of bread
To Mnka Landing but Dewey has Com.
pleta Control af the City.
Washington, May 7.-U is said at the
navy department that its advices also
show that Dewey's forces are not sura
clent to make a landing, but this In no
wsy Interfered with the complete control
he exercised over the elty and fortifica
Tha freaqultl Captured.
Key West, Fla May 7. The Spanish
brlgantine Franqultl, from Barcelona,
bound for Montevideo and Havana, hav
ing a cargo of jerked beef, was brought
In here by the dispatch boat Hamilton,
Ths Franqultl was cantured off Havana
yestemay by ths Lulled States cruiser
Montgomery, lommander C. A. Converse.
SPANISH SHIPS IIUTUOTID,
Their Names, aa They Appear on tha 1.1 at.
til -ea by Secretary loag.
Washington. May 7. Owing- to the
complicated names of the Hpanish ship.
lesirotea uy i.oiumoiiore Dewev. the fol
lowing is tukeu direct from the list
given by Secretary Long: Kelna Chris-
una.t astllla, Don Autoulo, Isle ds Cllt a,
isie ae Luzon, isle de I una, General
i.exi, marquee del Duero. fell (Wren. Vel
aeco, aud one trooper, Isle tie Mindano.
Itle de tuna pro! ably means Isle de
i una; r. 1 1 orreo probably means Kl Cano,
mm Aiiimno is lion Antonio ds tills:
or us i in is not given In arreted Mo
daa of Spanish ships and Is Confounded
wuu lkiu Autonto de Ulloa.
Heoouimenil. a Colored Army.
London. May 7. The 8 nee t a tor nra-aa
America to raise a colored armv of ..
men ana nom me rmuppine Islands, Ha
waii aim rorio kico.
from A morloan
Co a. a I
Rochester. N. V.. Mav 7. Mrs. O V
Williams, of this oitv. wife of ITmtad
stales consul to Maul a. re wived the r.il
lowing cable measnga from her husband
at iioug Kong: "the Hnanlards aurren
dered. All well."
Martial Law Proclaimed.
Madrid, May 7. Much eictteiuent Drs-
vail here. A serlnn riot Is anticipated.
Martial law has been proclaimed at l iil-
uau um, owing to runner rlotiug.
MAJOR SMITH RILLED.
lly Spaniards Whlla Kenortlng
New York. Mav 7. A sneclal to the
World from Tampa savs: A teWram tn
iteuerai i.acrei, received ners to-utght,
give the information that Major Smith,
who, on April J!4, landtd at laibraloon
escorl a party of newscaoer cor
respondent to General (ioiuct'. ramp,
as been captured bv the Hnanlards and
killed. Nothing 1 raid of the fate of the
The Pope M larepreeeated.
Rome, May 7. There 1 no truth In the
statement that the pope advised the
queen regent to mediate.
HOSTILITIES IN CI' HA.
Tblrty-two Rebel, aad Oaa Spanl.h Ontoar
Hate Keen Rilled.
Madrid. Mav 7. An otUclal dispatch
from Havana rays: Since April i hos
tilities have been pursued agulust Gomel
Itn the srrutest activity and vigor
Several engagement have taken place.
Tbirtv-two relwl have been killed and
one Hpaulsh ollloer, aud thirty-three sol
Hall at Springer.
Springer, N. M.. May 7. Tuesday af-
teruiMin a heavy hall fell here, covering
the ground to a depth of oue inch. Some
ainage was doue to blossom and earlv
garden truck. All nluhtasuow fell of
alsmt an inch. Yesterday the heaviest
rain of the season fell with some snow
snow again last night. Stock 1 not In
jured. Morrle Park Kacea.
New York, May 7. Morris Park. Metro
politan handicap: Bowling Green won by
neck; George Keeue, second: Octagon.
third. Timl:i. .
New Melluo Pension.
Washington, May 7. Pensions were
granted as follows: New Mexico, original
I, lows, etn., io Marina A. tiryaut. of Sil
A llellgbtrul Daure.
The conirjllmentarv ball given bv Mrs.
W. Y. Walton last night at the Orches
trion hall to the disciples of Terpsichor,
who have, been taking lessons from her
lu the art of dancing during the past
winter, was a great snccees in every way.
There were atsiut &)u young people pres
ent and Mendames Frost, Kent, Camp
field, balnt and Walton acted a chaper
ones. The merriment continued until
1 i o'clock when the happy dancers re
turned to their homes afu-r having spent
a most enjotable evening.
A graud march with many Interesting
gyrations and novel turns, was gone
through with, about seventy five couples
participating, aud Miss Kent aud Mr.
Half on leading.
After the teuth dance, Mr. Walton's
Juvenile class danced ths polka and
waltx, much to the delight of the older
oue present. Their dancing reflected
great credit on Mr. Walton.
Three hew Sulla.
Three new cases were commenced In
the district court yesterday. The First
National hank has brought a sultagalust
Angelo V'lvlaui et al. ou a promissory
Mrs. F. Frank has commenced a suit
against George Curry on assumpsit and
the Georgia Marble Flnitditng works has
commenced a suit against 1L Q. Maurluo.
a, A fVdl 4
Admiral Sampson May Meet Cape
Yerde Fleet Sunday.
Toe Greatest Naril Battle la His
tory Will be Foofht.
The Utter nestrnctloa of Spaolih Fleet
WOtTLB riOBABLT 1KB TBI WAB.
New York, May 7. A special to the
World from Washington say: "Wex
pact Important news from Rear Admiral
Sampson' fleet about 8unday night,'
said a member of the cabinet.
Sampson, with a nnmberof hlashlp.
is rapidly sailing toward the Porto Rlcan
coast. Helseipected to arrive off Porto
on Saturday evening.
The Spanish Cape Verde fleet, which Is
believed to be making for San Juan.
Porto Rico, should make It appearance
some time Sunday. Should the two pow
erful Beet meet, as now seems Imminent,
the greatest naval battle In the world's
history will be tonght.
The Spanish fleet la considered by
American authorities as presenting a
formidable array of Oghtlng vessels and
the ability of It commander, Admiral
Viilomel, I well known.
The administration wants first to de
stroy the Cape Verde fleet. After that
has been done, Havana will be given
twenty-four hours to surrender and
American troops will then be landed.
The president hopes that with two of
her fl-ets destroyed Spain will sue for
peace and Cuba will be conquered with
out sending aa American soldier to Cuba.
RIOTS IN IT ALT TOO.
Royal Decree la.ued Proclaiming Martial
Law la Tnernny.
Rome, May 7. The general situation
here Is regarded as grave. It now seems
clearly demonstrated that politic mixed
up In the disturbance which occurred
at various part of the klugdom, owing
to the uigh price of bread. The clerical
party Is believed to be fomenting disor
der. A royal decree, Issued to-day, pro
claimed martial law through Tuscany.
There was renewal of serious rioting
at Florence, the capital of Tuscany, last
night, and further disturbance at Leg
horn, the capital of the province by that
name. At both place a nn inner of riot
era were killed or wounded by troops.
DON CAKLOS1 MANiriCSTO.
Valla Upeo III. follower. In Thl. Country
to Join Hint at Oaoa.
New York, May 7. The Commercial
Advertiser says: "A manifesto has been
issued by Don Carlos, calling upon his
loyal followers throughout the (Jutted
State and South America to join blm at
once. Rafael Dial La Cortina, ths ouTclal
representative of Carlo in this country,
will leave for Europe thl coming week.
According to Cortina the general ferment
in Spain to day I the beginning of the
end of the present dynasty. Kuilasarles
of Don Carlos have reported an over
whelming majority of the people ready
to flock to hi standard. General Weyler
aud the army are only waltiug to receive
the word to opeuly declare their alle
giance to hi in.
alone r Market.
New York, May 7. Money on call.
teady at 2 per cent. Prime mer
cantile paper, 6Sti7-
Tha rijrluc Kquadren.
Old Point Comfort, Va., May 7. (On
board flagship Brooklyn, off Kurt Mon
roe.) The arrival of the Minneapolis aud
the expectation that the St. Paul and
New Orleans will be here during the dav.
GEO. C. GAINSLEY
All. OKIIKKM ailVKM
ARGEST EXCLUSIVE SHOE DEALERS I.M THE CITY.
Corner ttd St. and (Johl Av'.
HIEF WATCH INSPECTO" 8ANTA FE PACIFIC R. R.
Railroad Watches Sold on easy Monthly Payments.
21 leweUd Efgint
21 leweled Walthamt
21 and 2i (eweled tlampient
17 Jeweled Mamiltona
17 leweled Elgin.
17 Jeweled Walt harm.
Fine Cold, Gold F.lled, Silver
and Nidde catea.
mvle thing more lively to-day with the
flying qnidrnn. Men are chafing over
the enforced Inactivity, although goto
thrnngh the drills regularly.
Tnaad Dead la Hed.
Springer. N. M . Mav 7.-Rov. W. II
Cole, a Methodist dltln. was fonnd dead
In hi room at his farm two miles east of
hers. He cam here from vtlntbrop
Htrbor, ill, abont three year ago for
his haltb, and was seemingly geitln
along nicely. Neighbors, on going to his
horns early In the morning, could not
gain an entrance, bat forced their way
in, onmng him dead.
A rrtnee Shoota Hi. I arte.
Cairo, Kgypt, May 7.-Prlnce Ahmed
Safeddln, cousin of the Kh-dlve, shot hi
mine, i mice Anmeii Miad, with a re
volver to-day. In Khedival club. Fuad
received inre bullets In the back and la
oe ievea to De aying. Hafeddln was ar-
New fork. May
I id, S 60.
7. Bllver, 68.1,'.
New Tor k. May 7. Copper, 11 He.
TWO MORI rRIZbS.
l-aea aad fraa.qalto. Loaded Vrita
fort aa rrlnn. Ila.tl. u "ti..
iiwu ouiies cruiser Monta-ninar ar.
riveti si lane llavtl th Is ninrnlna- Hhe
cspiureo yesterday, between Haytl and
(.otia, the Spanish steamer Lorenzo and
(iM rraniquiui, loaded with cattle, bound
from Montevideo to Havana. Ths nrlae
crew was put aboard. Th French
steamer which arrived here reports three
.auisn waninips anil one Krennh war.
amp ai rorto Kioo.
, orr for ban aktonio.
-w ioe Yolnntoere Loft iu I
Special to th CHIten. .
wants Ke. liar 7 1 11 n. m v..
neioos volunteer for the Cowhnv reo-l.
merit ar at the deoot &i0 atronir. ant
will leave In a few minutes for the south.
"""i nm. a uner ooflyor men
for fighting purpose could not be wished
for. The greatest enthusiasm la helno
manifested, and all Hanta e has turned I
out to see me noys on.
OKPARTtRK FROM 8AKTA ML
3.leadld Dl.play or Kathn.la.aa al Uaaot
Special to Tht Cltlien.
Kant Ke. N. M.. Mav T 4iA n m
Mayor Hudson on vesterdav Issued' a
proclamation that all place of business
mulil be closed to dav and our altieen.
Iioiild march to the train and hid th.
tsw Mexico troops or mounted r llama.i
toMl bye. Krom the thousands gathered at
the depot when our gallant bovs marched
w me train it looted aa though the mav-
or reniiesl Had tieen carried out.
rromptiy at o::w o'clock the line of
larcn was roruied. headed bv tha reol.
luiwimi Dann. insn cams tha minmoi
Slid his full Staff followed bv nnmnane H
mfantrymen, and the four troops of rlfls-
ii'iu mat nava promised to do
aonor to the terrlUiry. The
train, emiHi'iiuff of on nillman.
nine tourist cars, one baggage car and
one stoua ear were elaborately decorated
wim many streamers. Thousands of
yards ef bunting, flag and mottoes
literally covered th cars, both inside
ana out. ine choicest flower blended
with the national colors, red.
white and blue, were pinned on
the boys lapels by their sweethearts and
wives and many tears wers restrained
by ths bravs hearts of the Imys who were
in nm iiiosi cueeriui mood. Many com-
puuieiiui were neara as to the line ap
pearance or the Albuijiieruiie boys. Col.
Cooper, ths musteriug otllner. will ac
company me train to Han Antonio.
Oea. If ones Oona to Waalil.ftua to Coa-
fer With Oea. at I lee.
Tampa, Kla. May 7. I.leuv.-Col. W. II.
lAwton, Inspector general of the depart-
uiroi ui tun soiiiiiwest, wno went to Key
west on Ihursday for the purpose of
iokiiiib; couierence wuu Admiral
Sampson aud makin- lliial arrancra.
meuts for the eo ooerallon of tha hlm-k.
aoiug squadron with the mlllUry eipe
ditlou from Port Tampa, returned to-dav
aud reported to Gen. Hhafter. It is almost
eertalu that theeiact point of laudlugon
me l uoau ooast nas Deeu decided upon and
probably also the date of aallinir. lint tha
army otiicials absolutely refuse to give
any iiiiorroaiiou on the sunject, merely
saying that notice will bea-iven twent.
hour before ths time set for departure.
Ueneral Nuilei left for Washington but
iigui iur tne purpose, it is said, of hav
ing a conference with Oeueral Miles. lis
is not eipected back before Wednesday.
and no movement either of ths I'nited
ataiea or Cuban troops Is looked tor be
fore. The flag subscription of ths New Weil-
csn. for a tlsg to be preneutod to the New
aiexico volunteers, now amount to I
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Great a tlie Satuf ction we dVrive from icli-
lata a rrcat many people will be made hip
I rrui nun; people will tx nud happy,
tiicy ar goo hot. Th iruilun hav
w c anow nicy arc goo .noet. i lie maaen nave
never murrpreaenlrd their goods and we have
I heir word lor I hew. The new atupea In Oxiordt
and Lace, in Black Kid, Patent Calf, Tan and
Chocolale Kid, with ve.iing tops, and all leather
at remarkably low price.
WE CAN PLEASE YOU
Reliable Slice Dmlrra,
122 S. Second St.
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We have just received an cleg-ant line of
I8k Wedding; Rings in Tiffany, Oval
and Flat shapes.
Fine Watch work, Stone Mounting and ar
tistic engraving promptly done.
HatUf action Guaranteed.
Mail Orders Given
and Promptly Filled
; OUR SATURDAY
You know what that means; It moans good goods at
give-away-prices for Saturday only. This Saturday
it will bo just what you want, an excellent quality of
Half hoso and Balbriggan Underwear. Look at Prices:
Gent's half hoso, excellent quality Und in
shades of purple, green, blue, red, tan, etc. war
ranted Fast Colors. Tho regular 25c quality,
in brown mixtures, bluo mixtures and the nat
ural Balbriggan color. Don't pay $1 per suit'
when wo oflbr them at
Clothing, Hats and Gents
SIN IAT IUNNKR,
Metropolitan Roataarnnt, 11 m. to B p. m ,
lor SS Cent..
Chlrken with Vrrk:
rin . i. i , ,,
Fried Kron.' Lra, Cream Haure.
Hm. , J'llirnn Potatoes.
Hweet Bread. la Pnmp.ilour.
rluorrine trf C'iik trn a Is Pawl.
iHjinriii iiao.n myla.
Saddle of Uprlu
Lettuce Sslsd, Frrn, h Dremliiv.
Vanilla li e C'crain.
JOHM CORNBTTO CoTI.I.O,
Chloaco atooh Market,
Chicago, May 7. Cattle Receipt.
iuu; niariet, doll, unchanged.
Beeve. $3.00w5.26: cow and heifer.
fJ.7UO0.86; Teiaa steer, i.1.70B.OO;
4tockr and feeders, J.7(Vct4.76.
Sheep Receipts, 1JKX): quiet and on-
Natives, 3.8004 40; western. 3.76c4
US; lamb, 3.76B.6a
Kansas City, May 7.-Cattle ReoelpU.
5oO; market unchanged.
Teias iteera, 3.0(d4.75; Texas cow.
3.1004.20; native steers, 13.76,44.116;
native cow and heifers, $2 00(44.60;
stockera and feeders, $3 005.10; bulls.
Ohleasa Oram Market.
Chicago, May 7. Wheat-May wheat
scored another advance to-day, touching
l.7Uper bushel, aud closing 17 cent
higher than yesterday. Close May, 1187;
July. l.00,e. Corn May, 84Hc; July,
31'nee36e. Oats May, 81c; July. 37c.
All PatUrn 10c and 15c
la shopping headquarters for all economical people of the Territory. A
regular iupply center for people. We use every effort to make this store
excel in "its stocks," "its qualities," "its points of accommodation" and be
yond all question "its very low prices."
Priflos That ArguQ Stronger
iw uuztii viu,artns DiacK
from s to and extra long.
25 dozen Ladies' muslin gowns, made long
rtd full with rulll 1 and turlca.
'H is we' nt
25 pi -ccs of Lawns and Organdies, nice de
signs and sher good?. Regularise quality.
Special this week lOo a yard
2$ pieces of percales in new
stripes. Special while they last.
One lot of India Linen Remnants. Pieces
run from 2 to 10 yards. Regular 15c goods.
Special to clear out, only 8c a yard
Another lot of ladies ribbed
and ecru nicely made and
A special lot 12 pieces of Dress Goods, all
new Spring designs bought to sell for consid
erable more money than we ask, and to make
them more lively we place on them a special
price of only 5o a yard
A new line of Metal Ueltn.
Anew line of Velvet Helts.
A new line cf Bilk Helt.
A new line of Army Itelts.
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Donahoe Hardware Co.
Corner Railroad Ave. and Third St,
THE GREAT MAJESTIC
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THE GREAT MAJESTIC
SHELF AMD HEAVY HARDWARE.
John Deere Plows, Fish
waiter A. wood
pi. i. Arnujo Ituiuilngr.
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204 Railroad Avnue, Albuquorqu,
LIGHTED STORE IN
nose, all sizes
mtlrn for 25c
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Tb Fin4 Line ol Ladles, Miaiea and O'Wreng Fancy
Paraaob in the West in all Colon and Fancy Combinations.
See Illustration lor one of our Novelties. Prices ranging
from $1.00 up to $15.00.
Received another lot of 25 of these $1-75
Gloria Umbrellas. A late shipment. Special
while they last $1.10
A new line of Vclvtt Stocks with Cut Steel
A new line of Ladies Neckwear in all new
stripes and colorings.
A new I ne of Sashes and Neckwear in
Roman strpes, Tlain and N ivelty weaves
wih knotted f inge en'ls from 230 eaeh
vests in white
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Agents lor Butter
Ick'a Pattern, and
Dr. Jaeger! Underwear.
2 Pair For
quality Por Garment
Mowers, Majestic Ranges.
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