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The Dally Citizen.
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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 20, 1W)H..
AT NEW YORK!
The Naval Heroes, With Their War-
Ships. Enthusiastically Received.
GRAND AND MAGNIHCHNT DEMONSTRATION,
New York, Aug 20. New York anil the
nation have Oily to day nlgiiallzxl Die
npprecdttlon of the repnblle of hr lo
tortnne fleet. The ImpoelDg d,bt1 p
Knt of wrhlp has beea recelred
In the harbor of the Urgmt city
of the country with acclamation of
delifbt end kIiu i ration, anil the oration
from the ehnre and from the great flottl
lax of all sort of oraft on the water ha1
slgulflcantly glren to the returning
hirot eoine Idea of the eeUem and ad
miration In which they are regarded by
the people. Long before eun rise gtine
wereQred at Cattle William and Gov
ernor's Maud to etlr the people,
and rrowde were hurrying to the
river to be early on the scone.
New York and New Jersey shorn were
crowded with people. The river and bay
wen literally alive with craft, and craft
Oiled with people, all cheering and good
Matured. The impremlve scene wan when
the flag were holxted on the forte and
fligHhlps. As the starry banners were
raised aloft the bands of the forte and
on the flagHhipe; played " The Btar
Synngled Banner," and the shores rang
with patriotic cheers. There was very
lUtlo friction In carrying out the pro
gram, and no more delay than might
bit expected. The citizens' committee
left the foot of . Cortlandt street on the
etea.uer Ulen Iiland and proceeded down
the bay followed by a long retinue of
all sort and descriptions of crafts. At
TiuupklUMVille, the mayor and commit
tee of ten debarked aud boarded the
piillce boat Patrol. The Patrol then
helled for the tlagidilp with coiurs fly
In. -j and bands playing. Staten Inland
shores were literally lined with people
and they Joined In general uci-lamntlon
with the pea.ple on iuriails of boata
Tli welc mlng ceremonies were eliort
but liiipreftitve. The cereuionlo over,
amid the hoar shrieking of steam
whiHtlee and binwiiuas of thiong on
hore aud tister, the mayor and com
mlttee relumed to the Glen Inland.
TlMii came the evut of the ilsy. Tliere
WiH cnnelderable wigwagging on the
gray battletthlps and p illce boat-i as they
formed in line. Then came the Glen
I-ilunJ aud then th luitlohip begaa
to elowly move up the bay.
There was a ealvu of cannon and
cheers of people, and the toots of thou
HdiiiN of whistles made an lndeecribuble
din. Soon the monster pageant was In
Hue. A Governor's Inland was piieeed
there was a tremendous report from the
guns that did no much execu'.iou at Han
Hiiro aud GuaUnamo. The people on
shore and afloat Wiut wild, and ho it was
all the way up to Grant's tomh, where
there was a Qual demonstration of
patriotic fervor such as New York never
witneaeed before. The pageant was viewed
im l cheen d by hundreds of UioihhuiIh of
people. It was a magnltlcoiit and imle
icrilnililecoene, and oue never to be for-
New York, Aug. 20. The New York
produce exchauge met at 10 o'clock this
thin morning and voted to clone the ex
change for the day.
FATAL. PI UK.
Ihu lil ll.ilel. or Hot hiilnK, Ark., I
af royad-MIx I.IVM lAtrnt.
Ht. Umls, Aug. 20. A epecial to the
1'i'Ht riHpatt'h from Little Kook, Ark.,
Hny. hix (vernons loet their lives to-day
h) (he burning of the National and V iml
tur hotels at Hot Pprlngs, Ark. Kive
b iiie-i had been burned aud were recov
errd from the ruins. Mr. Hudgius, of
the Indian Territory, killed by jump
ing fn m an upper hotel window, duly
t'A'oof the other bod leu were Identltled.
their rallies being Abe Matthews, of
Grreiiwlle, Mine., unit W. 11. Hells, resi
dence m known. A number of perminn
were injured by jumping from hotel win
dows. A cottage belonging to Cole
M'Krieu and the Kentucky livery etable
were burned. Loas, $75,000. The tire
started at 2 o'clock a. m. iu the National
LKAVINtl HA N U Alio,
Troop, iu Tliraa Mitp. Ku Hi.uta to tli.
I iillrd slai...
WitsblngtoD, Aug. 2a The following
CHlilegmm from Gen. Hhafter lias been
received by the war department:
"Santiago de ('una, Aug. 2). Adjutant
General, Washington : The Yucatan,
with 6'K) of the Seventh infantry; the
Santiago, with rmo of the Thirty-fourth
Michigau, and the Hudson, with SOU of
the Kirnt District of Columbia, left this
morning, (digued) Siunm."
LonJon, Aug. 20 The Manila cable, It
Is expected, will be reopened for bUMluess
on Monday or Tuesday next. The cable
C mipany has been authnrlced from both
Washington and Madrid to repair ami
operate the Hue and a cable repair ship Is
HI IIDKKI.T llSAfPr.ARr.O.
Prlrata Sa.lll, or tha "Hough Klilern,"
Wanted for Munler.
New York, Aug. 30 A telegram from
Kanas City asks for the arreet of
Private Seville, of Troop I, of the "Hough
Klders." who, It Is alleged, murdered
Miss Schumacher in Kansas City, Mo.,
In IH'.i7. Before the receipt of the tele
grain, Seville disappeared from camp at
Montauk Point and has not yet been
Mm. StoTr I. Ifl la ttia l alTenllf ,
The uulvernlty has recently received
from Mrs, K. S. Stover the gift of a grand
square Chlckerlng piano. It Is an excel
lent Instrument and tills a decided need,
as the other piano Is need In the upper
hall. This generous gift will be appre
ciated by the students, as It will assist In
carrying out the plans for musical enter
tainments and musical work at the uni
versity. AM BHKIMIi V) IKK.
Her iln.tianfl Plnit, Her In Company
With Her Paramour.
A drama, bordering ou the tragical, was
acted at a respectable rooming house In
this city last night. A railroad man and
his wife eeparated oome time age, aud
since going alone the gay young wife has
been treading the "prlmroee path of dal
liance." The police learned of her oper
ations a couple of weeks ago, and were
going to make pay $10, the monthly con
tribution of women of her kind to the
city treasury, when her husband Inter
fered aud said he would take ber back
to live with him The wife seemed re
pentant, aud It was thought that the
recouciliulion was complete, so the po
lice did iiothlug more about the matter.
Last ulght the husband weut to his
wife's room to complete arrangements
for her return home, but found the door
locked and admission denied him. Climb
ing on a chair and looking over the tran
som, the astouuded husband beheld his
wife and male companion.
The gay Lothario lu the case was until
recently a waiter at the Harvey restau
rant In this city. As they refused to let
lilm in, he called the landlord of the house,
who ordered the couple to leave the preru
1 c and with all Inconvenient speed. The
man talked back considerably, and only
left when threatened with arrest.
Marshal McMillin appeared arid col
lected (to from the womau, when she
left to hunt up new quarters. Her com
panion was also arretted, but owing to
the unwillingness of the husband to
prosecute he was discharged to day.
Oue aspect of the affulr Is of more
sombre hue than all the rest. The woman
la the mother of two Innocent children,
who are now living with some friends of
the busbaud lu this city. Out of mercy
for them the parents' names are with
held. The husband appears to be a re
spectable and hard-working man and of
a forgiving nature, as was shown by his
willingness to take his wife back. When
he made the dlecovery last night he cried
"like a child."
IIAbK hail uamks.
Alliucin.riii anil Nauta Ka Play Till.
Aftrrnoou ami To-Morruw,
Cuptalu George Crawford and bis team
of ball players came down from Santa he
lust night and appear to be In excellent
trim to play good base ball this after
noon and to-morrow afternoon.
This afternoon's game is now In pro
gress at the fair grounds. The follow
ing is the batting order of two clubs:
iita he. Alliiuiiirrqtie.
Hioan Ciit. li.-r .... Mi l!,. ii.il, I
Mil rmaki-r I'm hi-r I'lmrr
Souf.i H Hat ll.ti.r-. ... II Mi Cue
C'rawlnnl ... n-ciiiii ll.it? Mniill
Honirio 'I Inn ltiihe imiiiu
Mi-Arlhiit hlmrl Mni.. . lloll.mil
.Unnihg ... I.rli h it-lit Hiamr
'Mem I'enlrtrirld . N . M fur
Mdijniu ., KikIiI eii nl . . . .St lolliua
The batting order In to morrow's game
will be the same with the exception that
Harrow will take Chavez's place as
pitcher for Alliiiiieriiie and .Vanning
will occupy Shoemaker's place iu the box
for Santa Ke.
Sunday's game will be called at 2 p. m.
Single admission, M cents, aud a season
ticket will admit a lady and gentleman
or two Indies to Sunday's game.
A telephone message from the fair
grounds slates that the score at the end
of the sixth lulling ts 7 to 4 in favor of
4f fiat thai Valua.
One of the prominent ladies of Albu
querque, whose name It is not necessary
to mention for the purpose of this article,
a few days since was dismayed to Qnd
upon going to her purse that a fifty dol
lar bill, which she bad carefully laid
as'de for the accomplishment of certain
purposes lu laautlfylng her household,
was missing, aud after a diligent search,
could not be found. After having taken
Tht iuccai of our Sctcul Wains in Tilcht. hut wck induct
u to offer another. have iut received a iupply of Full Jeweled
(ISJeweUi Nickeled Movements, absolutely accurate timekeeper..
Wi have fitted these in Warranted Gold Filled ri t a f) r
Cases and oiler them complete for S- I II
Only a dozen of them on band. V X V-
I"". ' LAUIKS' WATCIU S al KI Dltl l) I'klCliS (or . H:W OAV.-l
her Iom In phtloecphled manner and
having become somewhat reconciled r-he
opened Tim Citizen and the first
Item that caught her eye was an account
of the wonderful discovering pnwrs of
Prof. B. Harding, the eminent palmist
and predictor from India, who le novf
visiting our city. She said to herself, now
here Is an opportunity t make a prse
tlcftl test of this wonderful man's ability
With a woman's quick intention ehe
Immediately went to the ofl'ice of the pro
fessor in the Grand Central aud laid the
case before him. The olhVe being fu'l of
people anxiously awaiting their turn at
the time, the professor rosde a mental
minute of the case with a minute decep
tion of the surroundings and told the
lady to call next morning, that he would
make the pn diction for her during the
evenlug when be bad a few nilnutee
So firmly Impressed, was the lady that
she was promptly on hand at the ap
pointed hour. The prnfeesor Immediately
informed her that ft she would look In a
certain bureau drawer she would find an
envelope and In the envelope ehe would
dud the lost bills ehe Intended to pay and
contemplated purchases. Naming min
utely some of the entries on the slip of
paper. He fore the professor had finished
she became aware of the whole circum
stance and whaj trouble a treacherous
memory had been to her. And the beauty
of It all was this had all occurred before
her husband was aware of the cause of
his good wife' melancholy and dejection.
Follow the crowd to room HI, Grand
RAILROAD AVENUE. Albuauerau.
Ontt lal llulltttln.
To all concerned: Commencing Auguiit
1st, lS'.M, the Railway Olllclals and Km-
ployee Accident association of Indiana
polls, will be the only company author
ized to solicit accident Insurance from
the employes of these companies; and the
only Insurance company In whose favor
deductions from wages, for premiums.
ill Is3 made upon the pay rolls.
Iu return for this exclusive privilege,
arrangements have been made so that
employes will secure Insurance at a re
duced rate of premium, and be given
more liberal conditions In their Insur
The management looks with favor up-
ou employes carrying accident Insurance,
especially those whose duties expose
them to danger, and to that eud has
allowed the premium on Insurance poli
cies to be deducted In Installments, from
wages upon the pay rolls, aud such plan
will be continued.
The arrangement matte with the Hall
way Olliclals and Kmployee Accident
Association Is to further the Interest of
of employee and induce them more
generally to avail themselves, at moder
ate cost, of the advantages of lusurauce.
It Is hoped that the resnlt will justify the
effort that has been made In this direc
tion. If employes prefer to Insure with otber
companies they are at liberty to do so,
but must make their own arrangements
for the payment of premiums outside of
the railway company's accounts.
K. P uil'LKY, Presideut.
Hearth of Mailrtn Cattla.
The cattle supply of Mexico Is nearly
exhausted. This Is attributed to the
extraordinary demand for Mexican cattle
which commence I about two years ago.
The cattle used were drawn from Chihua
hua und Sonora, averaging o.o iu to tl.ooo
head monthly. The movement on live
slock iu the I' nl ted Statist In the last
twelve months has beeu very remark
able. This demand Is unabated, aud the
consequence has been the almost total
depletion of northern Mexico's herds cf
cattle. The Mexican cattlemen have
made money out of their ranches, but
tl" y are now compelled to cease shipping
or they will have no breed cattle left.
Cattle cau be raised much cheaper in
northern Mexico than In the border
stat of the l'u I ted States. The grazing
tlclds are more extensive, Mexicau cow
boys can be employed very cheap and
water is plentiful lh-ming Headlight.
The following Albuqiierqueans are
now a' Long H'ach, California: Mr.
aud Mrs. K. 11. Kent, Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Wrtyht, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. HuMn, Mrs.
G. L. Brooks, Mrs. 8. Murch, Misses
Margaret Lee, Mabel Alger, Margaret
Kent and Laura Krawinkle. A letter
received from tliere says that they are
having a most pleasant time. They were
out sailing on the ocean the other day;
hid refreshmeuts on the ship, aud the
ciptain said "It was the jollierd party he
had taken out this season." Mr. Kent,
as commodore, bad charge of the party.
Henry llramlette, who was sick
quite a long time with a contagious
dise-as, commonly known in this ca.e es
smallpox, was down town this niornlu,
and his face Is pretty well mailod.
Krom all Indications he had a ery
J. II. I'eguc, the popular bookkeeper for
W. L. Trimble A Co., expects to leave for
Mexico to-lilglit, where he may Conclude
to make his future home. He will spend
a week visiting with Charles K. Hunt In
Chihuahua, and will then go to the City
Kverybody la Invited to attend the gos
pel meeting at the park Sunday after
noon at 3 ::' , under the aiiHplces of the
Woman's Temperance Christian I nlou
and the Men's union. Come out aud m
joy a gis-d meeting In the open air.
W, W. Olmsted has recovered a few
small pieces of the surrey which was car
ried down the Tijeras arroya during the
great rain storm of two week ago. The
bulk of the carriage is now believed to I e
at the bottom of th Kio Grande.
Albuquerque lodge No. 3:'i, I. 0 li R,
will hold a meeting to-morrow morning
at 11 o'clock. All meuiher expected to
attend. II. N Jalla, Secretary.
Kmest Hlooin, who deals lu cattle and
Is regarded as a tery euccewful bii)er, Is
lu the city from the north.
Kemeuiber the grand Saturday night
free lunch which will be served at the
.eiger Cafe this evening.
An elaborate Sunday dinner will be
served at Mac's Cafe to morrow.
They are Hiding Their Strength
From the Whites. -
The President Mak$ Worthy Pro
motions In the Navy.
Ncaor Sliv.U't Queer Vlcwt oa the
Cip'ure of Manila.
ment reservation, Col. Rich receivrd
no further orders, and It Is not known
whether the regiment will lie continued
In service or dlphanded.
TM Kull irtllO M tttKr.Tft
New York. Aug. 20. Copper, IP'.,".
IAMM0H ADD SCBLIT TO KKP0RT.
Meriola, Ytie dan, Mexico, Ang. 20
News from the southern part of the pen
insula Is that the rebel Indians are tak
ing extraordinary nieaeuren to prevent
information regarding their condition
and state of military preparations reach
ing the whites. Any Indian suspected of
betraying trtt.nl secrets is promptly co'i
lemned. Several engineers who tried to
penetrate the wilderness where the In
dians are must num-'ious have never re
iurued. Among them were a number of
Chinese trailers and Turkish merchants.
The Indians trade actively with the Brit
ish colonists of Helix, but give them no
information regarding their number and
military strength. Kellp Ake, who wai
their chief recently, had to flee tor hla
life with his family, the Indians having
become suspicious of bis wishing to make
peace. It la probable the government
will undertake vigorous campaign to
bring them under control.
MMnon AND IIIILKV.
Thrjr Bra Onlarad to Haaurt rortliwllh to
Washington, Aug. 20. Admirals
.Sampson aud Schley have been ordered
to report to Washington, aud It is ex
pected they will reach here the early part
if next wet k, probably Monday, As they
have been appointed to serve respectively
ou the Cuban and Porto Kit an commis
sions, their visit here will afford thetu
the opportunity to meet their aai'oclatea
ou theee commission and discuss with
the authcrltiee a general policy to be
naliitalned by this government on the
Spanish evacuation of the West Iiiillee.
itnor Htlvala Trlaa to fjonaola on Tha
(laptura ir Maallv
Madrid, Aug. 20. Seuor Silvela, now
virtually the leader of conservatives,
rxpreseee the views of that party on the
capture of Manila In the following state
ment: "The capture of Manila la no
wise affects the rest of the archipelago,
and cortes should be summoned with
urgency In order to prevent the world
gaining the Impression that Spain has
loet her sovereignty In the Philippines.
The liberal party should conclude the
peace but the SagasU cabinet cannot
affect the task."
If the queen regent tenders him in
vitation, Senor Silvela is disposed to ac
cept the olllce of premier.
ttrrr ani l.an
. w York. Aug. 20.-Hllvar, Gil', Lead,
lMr(o (train Market.
Chicago, Aug. 20. Wheat August,
tlCc; SepU tWVi'.c
Corn August, Htc; Sept, 3n't
Oate Angunt. HV; Sept., ln.
Kan Cttr Maraai.
Kansas city. Aug. JO. Cattle Re
ceipts, 150 head; market unchanged.
Native steers, (: ur.: nr.; Texas steers,
:l Kx.tt.16; Texas cows, 2rii3 2&;
native cows and heifers, 1 1 (KVrtt.To;
stock'rs and feeders, J.t 3,",.t I HO; bulls.
Sheep No market.
SJtilramn Stork Market.
Chicago, Aug. 20. Cattle RecelpU.
200 head; market dull and unchanged.
Reevea, A.25irf5 7"; cows and heifers,
$20"4rtO; Texas steers. :2T.40;
westerns, $:i.7our i 40; etockers and feed
ers, :u t 80.
Sheep Receipts, 2,ifl0; market weak
at yesterday's decline.
Natives, 3.0O(,t4 no; westerns, )X7uo
4 BO; lambe. f:t 7Ct4.iiO.
To-Itay'a Hr(aln at tha Fair,
Little girls' delight jump ropes. . .
Long handle stamped dippers and
Solid Ice chisels and p.innders. . . .
Kamniis "Halloou" fly trap. only...
Cbamplou fliitir sieves, only
Nicely palutwl, double seam, foot
Spanliili Captain (tiilua Home,
New York, Aug. 20. Knill K. lis Moreu.
formerly captain of the Cristobal Colon,
who was taken prisoner after the destruc
tion of the Spanish fleet was among the
passengers on Iji Normandle, which nailed
to-day for Havre.
t'KOMOTlONN IN Till! NAVY.
Tha freshlrnt Ailvaneaa a few Worthy
Washington, Aug. 20. The president
made the following promotions lu the
Commodore John A. Howell to be rear
admiral, vice Hear Admiral Charles 8.
Si rum, retired.
Lieut. Cameron M. Wli, slow to he ad
vanced five numbers on the list of lieu
tenants for extraordinary heroism.
Lieut. Kdwin A. Anderson to be ad
vanced Ave uu in Iwrs on the list of lieu
tenants for extraordinary heroism.
Chief Kiigiueer (ieorge Cowie to be ad
vanced three numbers on the list of chief
engineers tor eminent and conspicuous
conduct iu battle.
Halveston, Texas, Aug. 20. The Kirst
regiment of volunteer iunuuiies arrived
here from New Orleans yesterday uiorn
ng and went Into camp on the govern-
There will be rehearsal of the tloor
work by the degree stsff, using the uew
costumes, Saturday at 7 o'clock p. m.
Kvery member of the staff must be pres
ent. UaH. 8. VANN, Instructress,
Jih) Joqtiel, one of the handsomest
typesetters lu the business to day, and
who lias held down a case in Tim Citikn
Souiposlng room very acceptably the pai-t
( )W months, will leave this evening for
Las Vegas, where he will remain tor a
short time, and then continue east. Ill
associate on the paper declare openly
Uirt be aould Dot remain away from Las
Vegaa any longer, the feminine writing
on the letters he dally received from that
town pleading with him to return.
Col, Vencelaso Jaramlllo and wife
came In from California this morning
ou the delayed No. 2 from the west, and
are registered at Sturgeg' Kuropean.
The colonel and wife are just returning
from their honeymoon, and are spending
the day In the territorial metropolis.
They will continue to Santa Ke this
evenlug, where they will enjoy the Sab
bath, and from there they will continue
to their home at Kl Kito.
I'ersonH dt'Nirinir x'ra fine
wines and liquors for family ami
iiitilicinal iiur-post's ran find
t tin at Meiini Kakin's lir
wliolefalc and retail liquor
htore at lowest prices.
Gold Band Ham.
Gold Bind Breakfast Bacop.
Gold Band Chip Beef.
Gold Band Boiled Ham.
Boston Realities Mackerel.
New stock of Brick and American
We expect to-morrow Imported Swiss
If you want to put up fruits use our
Heinz it Co. Pickling Vinegar,
W e have 10 varieties of Mora and Java
CofTi-e, from 20 ceutt to &0 centa per
Our stock of Groceries Is complete and
our prices the lowest.
The Jaffa Grocery Co.
it SOUTH SIICONI) tTHI'.RT.
It Von Want Any ft' O r IJush' h.
T . 1 Will, u ?N
Clll'l I 'III llll'fl-. 1,
rl 'I I I . i ,
l lit- pi iijiii- kiiiiw lln-ir valui
nml whin iinnuuiii rtl tin1 luw
tiino; if piiics, w s !il a jrc.it
in.inx , liu! w i- li.tw suine si!ciilitl
onoils lift Ml iiiul thr lirst hero
otMhr piik of si vies. Wc arc selling llitse Fine Well Mailt- Slu.es,
Men's, Wninrn's ami Cliilili en's, al pi k es others a-k you for c oarse
Hrin your R-p ii in j to us. I5et vvoi krnansliip and lu st inau-rial.
GEO. G. GAII1SLEY & CO. 7s
nble SiiiMB Dealers,
S. Second St.
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Fifth Week of
Wc will sell tin's week and as long as the lots last
JJLANKKTS, LADIES' VESTS, DRESS GOODS, SILKS AND TRIMMINGS
We Kiiarnritcu that onr prices arc one half of what you cat obtain the stmc goods elsewhere.
Mail orders lil'ed same day ns received.
Opposite the Old
B. ILFELD & CO., Proprietors.
ili i:t -J '5 ?-' l -K tti :li i'.i iii i'.i tli naii j'i ? i'i v v v !
The Latest in Skirting!
In Stripes and Checks, full 3( inches wide.
1C aiicl 12 G Cents l3ei Yttvcl.
Leon B. Stern & Co.,
220 RAILROAD AVENUE.
SpCCijI.. 3 W are a'reaey preptin to put in the finest and
most complete line of goods for the holidays
ever displayed in our line in the territory, and from
j now until October 1st we will close out many lines now
' in stock absolutely below cost, as we would rather
j have the money to buy new goods. We offer this
j week our entire line of BELTS and GIRDLES at ex
1 actly half regular price. Gome and get them.
Fine Merchant Tailoring
FOR A SUIT TO ORDER.
E. L. WASHBURN & CO.,
THE ONE PRICED CLOTHIERS.
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For the FALL of '98 JUST ARRIVED and comprise One Thousand Samples for Suits;
Two Hundred S imples for Overcoats; Five Hundred Samples for Trousers;
One Hundred and Fifty Samples for Silk Vests.
TI T 0 O 1 I It costs you nothing extra but a little tin
3 hO I HI llnMlOtOrnl Wc fard a careful measure to
Z I NU y-U OyOlUlll! in New York to the Pen.,
j J J cut and haisted and returned to us lor the
tonirr to try on
The garments are then sent to the cutters with necessary alterations sug
gested. We have no mislits from this system.
AH Pattern 10 and 15c
Day u RcctlYcd
20 1 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M
The Best Xjiipjlxtocl Qtore lxx tlao Oltv
Srecal h at tli1 Econ mist.
H. E. FOX.
Leading J';!ry Houk ol
(iiiirt Hotilo Household Ammonia, pur bottle
Lart. Size Kixby's Shoe Polish, for Ladies' Shoes, per bottle
Dr. Warner's Corset Waists, sizes Ul, 19 and 20, eaeh
Children's Straw Sailor Hats, 20c. quality, each
Children's Straw Sailor Hats, 35c. quality, each -
All other vtraw Hats, for Hoys or Girls, choice, each
Children's Oxford Ties, sizes 12 to 2, choice
Men's lUack Shirts, with white stripe, each only
Mens' Grey Mixed Socks, line quality, per pair
Ladies' Embroidered and Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, each,