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j Job Printing Book Binding in til h numrroui kni divert branchrt irmt It ihould t at THE CITIZEN i Room. ' ni flUnk Bonk rametly rrirte4 IB r dyW al TMH OTUKN Bindery. VOLUME 13. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 30, 1090. NUMBER G5. Citizen. Massacre Spanish Garrison at Panopi, Caroline Islands. lnsurfeotj at Hollo Indlnel to Surrender to Am:r!cans. Rumorel III at Captsla Dreyfus Rcturacd to l-ratce. Bat UTiiDITIOI TaZAIT WITH BRAZIL. Manila, Ih-c. :t Tli" I!rilini wliDotict KsuipraliU. wliii'ti lt.s J'il hruve-l friiu lulruiifl IhUn I, r i.r in t int after tlir ( . S. crulwr Ltsarlisioii Icit ids I inl u. Iiunn Oil Jims I. I, llm busiil ir Is Ic lu?il to ti-vorfiiizj l.i a'llhurity ol Kmncis I'orHi-ftiii, whu Watt VrrtinHy authorizvt by latyiniu lilss tu continue Ms foimer rntiuis as Kov.'rnnr, runt Jimp hlsto, a torrurr putuii' l in i iii- ..tor fl "ClHrml goviu jr. Unarms! v ;irt ol tli natlvtt guards at.il eulleeleu u tiX ul f) hi-ul. ilu Moiioom r Ail. I ri'iKHt the mm 'acre ct 8aiiti II gmrusiu lij tln rt.iuliMsn' rmlivBlnieix.nl ra inul. In th t;.irulin' Islaml. Ilsnry Jiaoll, nil filuru!,) ctiuif, lias bet-u riffled nit ruii-r. lio h ulil to lis favoraM.. t. Ami ricniia. Ths riitilsh Blfin. r Itoiiiiilns Jim arrlv.d unr and coutiruis ttis report timi ttia Innlirfrsiits uf Imtl'i kin llii'lllif I t mirrcriiipr inn towu tu Anifriraiis II sail Uwl as to ths foiin of RoVciutiitMit which will bs aeeoiil'd thrra. A I'AI'f.K rilf.T A rrsng.uienla ftln.l t lo t :.aurlat. f'api.1 M,nur.-lo. It a Pr vi.l. i C". 11 1, lii-i: 3; . 1 .n ,V Rhiblt'V, tiri'k'TH, limn I k .i i huig.. oi arrant incut, to c hi o i. I.. i" t ( l ' inniiui Ktttrt a i.f tnl C'liiuirjr. f h" il.-al will Involve t'i niMi,HX. unil luriun mills muslin writing i;iir, li,m. paiwr. wrappm,?, IciKsr, tnvl'ipe iiml newn 1'Hl'i r. I In' I in i -i. uf thi' c H'iiiIiiIhIiiiii I tU I'llllllllllt.t C.ilUUi'llllllU 1411 1 Mtl'i' over nx' ut't i.iii. Agrrnts with )itiril Mllril. Cltvi'lmiil, Vrc. 'M - (i-ni'rHl (i irro "U, wlio cuiiiitiHiiili ti a iIIvipIi.ii In I'orli It co nxrif.l to diir vif.li li.'iiHnil Miihh' HiBtcinciit that tiiH fun n I'll lintf fur nlHlipil tlin Hrnij ynH tu it Urn licit tiuUl for u. 'I lifr In co rti it i M thU tint inn.it chihcI a lurifti iiurl uf tnc Rickniviti aiiK'i if thn nixn," lm wml. KITUUNHU TO I U INCH Fr.tu. Kumiirnl that rri.rIu xllxl l)ill' Iiilauil, Pw, 4 Now York, li c. HO A nil tu tin H'tiUl from I'tUKiimlt o viit Hnytl nayn it in I0(iortftl t'mt t'uytiuii lire) f n-i, wlm I n tlirm jrmirH Iiuh hwn ici-t In nihility pun tlu. L.ii.:t l ll .vuV l r f,.v m!i cnxt of hiif, lmi h.'ii rni'ivfil tu CttTfimn Mini Mil f.-.r Krfttim, Ucai li.r 4 liiHt, mi h poiivn-t lriiii-iiiiit, ll in iitiliKViM th it Iih will lm l li .. t P.irin t wait tlio onlorii of tli-) eimrt uf eamii tlnn. HH'URT 1'F.MKH. TariH. Imp. S.-l'h ministry of tho COIII1I1HM IIMIIIIM lll.ll, IHHtriH m Oil lllH way to Kraiiris u.lillni? that th court or PHMHBtlnn alnii" p in il ct.lH tli quMttou of Him rot urn of tlu piiHutmr. llatlrol KMirifnl4tlun. Cliiciniiatl, IIhp. 30,-At the nowllnu thlH aftoriinnii of thu iliri-ciorn ami nlli pera of thn HiillltunrK A: tl'iln inthwitit ern railway, a pi m of r nrKa ilz itl m of till system, lu pontu'ctlon with the rn orsanlzatiuii of the Hukiin ire A, Ohio railway, was iiiianlni r,i-.l a.luptHil. TH AT tVIIIAlMKU M K 4T. War InvaallicalliiK C tnnilttaa Maa Cnlilln a II iiil on tlia Nulprt. Waahlnvtoii, Hep, HO The ar lu veMliatiii(f c iniiitlti e liehl a t r it f exe eutive nen-noii to-iliiy uml ailj iiirneil un til January 3. The committee niaile piilillp a report, tietrinic on tin bent con troVHrey, from Wnjor W. II lJ.ily, chief FtiritHOH of the army heailiiianor4 at Tampa, prior to the m:l iik of the Hhat ter eipeiluioti. Ileyahl: "In deveral In epeeliona which 1 tii-ule at VartoiiN camp ami trri p Hhtju at Tamp, Jaekiivi,e, rhlckMiiiMiiua ami Pirln Kiro, I foninl frenh I'eef lo lm apparently prmerveil with eeert-t clHuiie,tia whleh ilwtroja lie natural Civor anil uUch 1 btlleve to he rtetrtin. niHl to the healtliof truM." He ex.n kwiI the belief that iMirlo a' hi or nitrate putah hal be.n li.jK-tel into the beef lu iiia!itille :kelv to be harm (ul to the health of the ciiunutuer. TranaporU Lvava fur Cutia. CharleMon. 8. C, Iio. at. -Three traiiKiiiirte left the city for t'utia ti-(1av. The Manitoba for MantaiitiH with General Suntrer and the TwelfiU New York regiment; the MltinewaNka for iTeufuegoe.with Oetieral liatea and the SltthOhin; the 8rtfK for Havana, with a battalion of the Orel regular In fantry. Kalnvlltlfva Traatjr ApprnvH. New York, !. A dliipatrh to the HeraM from Km Janeiro etatea that the Hm.illan cmfrrai hae approved the treaty of extraction with the ( lilted l-talee. Cbleaca nrala Market. t'htCBiro, lec. 30. Wheat lecemler, fiS',; .UT,7 iBc. l.rn ItMpniiiDer. 3?'4P; May, Hv'ue. Kate Iietvinber, 2i;',p; Way", S.i'4i LOCAL. fA RAUKAFIIa. Fred. Korni H returned laet eight from Bland. T. B. Cleuienta, of cattle and eheep fame, la fending' the holidays In the jlty. There will be a free poncert and rlanpe t the (irrh'trlon hall to-iii'rrw niKlit. lo which all are cor.linlly Invited. J.wei'h Ietitei'li, of Iienver. reprfnt inu the Niirthwe-terrt 1'ortrail p mipany, : iii the city nnd will remain ewii" time. Kev. 0. M l imer, of I.enaxn, Kana, l.e father f Vr-". W . H. lli.pe. It vlxtllnff li the city and t-xpecte I remain ui . line time. K lend Ilnbliell retnrnel leu', night 'rum ttanta Ke. lie waa there to tettify Ui the (linn iiM nintd- r ce, but the '.'tnl wna postponed until next Uouday. I'ruf. Iliriuii lladley, who atten ted the lii' attotial a-K .(iatlnii meeting at hint In Yegaa and returned InNt nlyiht, will euulluiie to bia Manilla valley libiue to uii.rrow morning, t'nlertaker Strong naa reo.il v.'d a 'eleitratn from the father of (leorge rrotler. wno died at the ho-oltal on riiemlay niurnlng, aekltig lilm to Bhlp llie rem unn to Atliiiila. da (inore Moore and Jim Chamber were arretted lint night for tUhtliig. They were brought before Jnnttce irawforl hi morning .Moore wa lined tu but ('nanibera wan dl.-a-harAixl ae It wa Ine Qret olleiihe. Mi-n It II . rciititx left thin morning for ilver City, where ehe will vl It friemle fur a few ilaye and then rt turn to h"r ii'.tue In hi l'a-m. lie yout'g lady In i eint..r of Mi Kilniiii.n Noa I.feld, II Hpltr. ami Jii liiuiiNleld. Tim u-Jit il activity tirev ill at tlie rall rna I nhnpn to day. The Hew be t for the ;lv-'.vbel, fur which they live been wnlt 'tig fur a ftw dnya, arrived yeterilay. rti-i new air p.'iiiurii' ror and etntioiiary 'uitliin, which hnve Junt be n put 111, are nurk'iiii in g.HHl order to day. Oeofg llellr, a popular young gentli m .ii or K iit bt. Umln, 111., who hae beeu iere the punt week tlie gueet of bin bro iler, Klchard Heller, will leave thl even lug fur M Ullni'ln home, while "Rich ard, the younger," expect to return to lite tuinliice at Cahetun to morrow. Thin morning, Whitney company re ceived a big coiielgnmeiit of the While tewing maelilnee, ror wlileri tliey were recently appointed agente. In connection with the machlnee, there wa alao re ceive I new Miring wagon, prettily pilntedHiid lettered White" meaning ilia White machine. K. K Keller and Klla Hank, writing rrvM'.iMi:t' Walnut etreet, Kuo .ft Citr Mu would like to know the preeent whereabout of Jo eph Keller, a black tiniili. who eouie time ago worked for the Gallup Coal .Mining company. He alno worked at the ehop of Jacob Korber Co. a few yeare ago. On Hiindar nxt, New Year' day, the general delivery, ri.gletrr and money order wluiluwn at thn pontolllce, will be opeu from to 11 o'clock fur tlie accomodation of the public. During that time reglntnra will be handed out an I iiioiiity order paid, but no reglntere will be tiken and no money order in-uif-d. Monday will be observed a a legal holiday and the pontolllce will he op.ui the name hour a on Sunday. Hon.T. A. Klnlc il, who was on a vlnlt to bin old Ohio home and extended hi trip to Washington, where he put in mine good work for etatehood, returned to the city lant night. He report hlinnelf in linn health, weighing at leant ilfteen pound heavier than when he left for the cant, and he etate that he la lu excellent lighting trim to do good legln la'lve work when the territorial legisla ture convened next month at Hiinta Ke NAll HIIA1H nl'f.CIAL AI.K 4.' 2".c 2'.c 2.c 2oC :.-ic AT Tin tirnv HTOIiK. 2 lb of the celebrate 1 Newton creamery butter 17 H piitatntM 2 three lb can pork and bean 2 can pine apple M can oyntern cam sardine In oil J boll'et preserve 3 call uiackeral TIIK M.K Wit. KiKkK. I'ruprletor. Chickens, (fucks and gcesc, 8 ctnt per pound, at BUochad Meat and Supply company. Loet A pair of gold framed eye gla-wen, with black Cord, fleime return to Mr. Ulakley or Hawley on the Corner. Kor new Kurnlture, eee Kutrelle. Everitt, the Leading Jeweler, Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico. NAVAL OFFICERS. Their Assignments Determined Upon by Secretary Long. Sampson to Retain Commanl of the North Atlantic Squadron. Work Hn Been Commenced on Battleship Ohio la San Francisco. IIITISI ITIaMEi WRtCIID New York, lep. 3". A dlafatch to the 11 raid Iri.in nahlugton eavn tint K ar Admiral Hniniw n tn tu retain pt 'imaud or the North A'lautii: niiuiidrun; loininn dure J. W. riiiltM in to coiiiuiTnd the Hr'Hiklyn navy yard; t'oimnodore II. K. Picking 1 to command the Hiveton navy yard; l aidalti Lmun Keint IT in to c.nn maud the naval etation at Ittiam and be the naval governor of that l-d . ml llenr Admiral hchley and Hear Admiral II. I.. lliiwiaun are to be aligned to ea duty. I bene a-iunnieiitn were annouicul liy a lilh otllcial of the navy departnint ae having been determined by Secretary I. '"ft- Captain K. A.Cook, cmniandlrig the Brooklyn, will be left at Havana harbor at senior otlloer In coiiimand ot the ves sels there. Keport hie It that Rear Almlral H diley will tie assigned to a Knropeau etaCon, but It would not lie anrprtsliig if Hnwl son ehotild secure this aanlgnment for the short period tin hae to serve on the active hst. lie will be retired next OctoVer. Hattltsiltlp Ohio. 8an Kranclspo, llec. 30. Work on the battleship Ohio has been conimenid nt the l ulou Iron Work. The Ohio will tie the largest uhlp ever built en the c-wnt and one of the three biggest to be built In the American navy. FAN A Oll. NTKIKR. HiilNlIng tlna'll.et'ra Join th MtrtkcraA Militiaman klllad Pana, III , Deo. .10. Karl II.ttIi; p. ol Company C, HpriUKUeld, III., wan killed to-ilav while ou guard duty by lie acvl ilenul discharge o a gil , U 1h nine months to-day since the union minors left the pile now bing operated by negroes, lu a,. I of the sink ern, the brotherhoiMt of Mine II listing Kugtiieer to day palled out the en gineer of the Paim Coal company's uiliis. The Association of Mine Manager also Culled out John Uuddy, the mli e luana ger at bprlugnide. W Itlila a few day the militia made fifty arrest ot union negro miners and promlueut cltlr.eu for car rying concealed weapoue. All were heav lly lined. Sl.am.r (ll.Davoa Wrti t.il. Hong Kong, Deo. ). The British ateiuer Uleiiavon, Cant. Prlthin, which sailed fol lAiliiliiu yeeleruay evening, line been wrecked ou a ns?k. Part of the ciew were saved and lauded here. The captain, chief otlicer and second and fourth engineers are missing. The liieiisvon, after striking a rock headed for Hong Kong but sank rapidly. Two boat arrived here and two are missing. Kour passengers, the captain and thirty-three ot the crew were saved The Uleiiavon had a crew of llfty four men. AilmlnUlratloa ta Cutis. Washington, Dec. 30 The cabinet to day discuses I matter In connection with the administration tn I'nl.s It u proposed to app tint collector of customs ami nixes, wno will be directly responnl bli) to the military government. It Is prnnoted to employ cllizii of the Island in every eutiorilinate capacity If this can be done without detriment to the service Ranaaa Cltf Markat. Kansas Cltv, Dec. 30. -Cattle Becetpt. 3,1 " i head. Market, stjong- Native steers, t'i:imo,:i Texas steers, fit Nintt i:; Texas cows, i O v,i ; t;i; native cows and hlfsrs tl t'ji.r l ntnekere and feeders, :i.(im4 On; b-tlsi f 'I oUiHJ in. Bheep Receipts, I KK) head. Market, strong. l.auiOs. i I jo jo IO: uiuttonn il 2..4.00. Chl.sHfw Mtvok Markat. ChloagO, Dec. 3J. Cattln -Rscetpte. H.UHJ head. Market, good strong, others slow. Beeves. 3StO5.70; rw, Biid heifer. t'iui)al 75; Texan steers, i:U0t Hi; stockers and feeders. JhivM40. Hheep Receipts, 7.000 head. Market steady. Natives, t--it(i-l'). western, J3 00 s4.1i; lambs, H(xreo.;lC. Daadbaata Taka Fraarb lawa R. L Rockwell, who worked at Hutler's barber ehop for some time, and a com padre, who went by the name of Kd. Kelly, Usik Kreucli leave of tin city last Wednesday night, llesidee leaving their b ard and room rent bill nnpald. they had bought a onmber of articles on credit and bad alsej borrowed all tlie nmnry that Ci.nUdlng friends would let them have. KiK"kwi. h1 a key to the barlier ehop ' A got his barber tools b"fore lenrvlng town. It Is ti nderstisM that they have p-nne to Trlnlilnd, and the paople of that town will do well to keep an eye on them for thpy are sly customers. ew York. Dec. 30 -Voner on call rtrm at R nr cent. Prime mercantile peper, 3n.' l per cent. Sll.r aaa Imo, s c-v Tork. lHn, 3U. Sttrer, 6'.lc. I ead, ' Where la Harry Comary f K I. V. Cotuery, cf White Oaks, writes to :hk Citikkn In regard to In broth r, II .try Couiery. When K 1. McNuire and DwlKht Vth-eler, returned from the war," Mr Mctlulre Informed thl paper that Coni 'ry, who wan alao a volunteer In Copt, boiradatle'a Infantry, reie;ved his : charge p.ipvr at the eauie time he iVpiluli,.) and nlhern were d.schnrgt.d U. . .Mcituire s'a'.en lha Colliery, on leav u Aiiisnv, (In , said he would lirst vl ul fri-'tiil I e'ore returning to New Mexico, md wouid also try to dispose of some nr. p .rty while In the eal. The W hli tlakn luot'ier.ls anxious to learn of the rcH.-nt whereabouia of the discharged ml int-'cr soli l r, u the first IntlniHtion hit bad nt ht i le ivmg the srnir was h'oitnh the column ot Till Citi.k.n. fnminltiilniiar-r'Urt Mlara. lion. K. A. Mlera, the big g ineral mer ctmnt and II ur miller ot the Naclmlento oiiutrr, tii'iue and busliieus at Cutia, lruve Into th city at noon to day, and wan a pleasant c ttler at Trig ClTI.KM i.llice this hfi. riirsm. Mr. Mtera I the iH'i.iilsr commissioner elect from th i' lrst district, and he will demonstrate to hl party friend that they made no tuls'ak in f leeting him to the Import ant (.(Ilea as oim of the commissioners of this c unity. Mr. Mlera I buying goods tn day from Niun-feld Bros, and other whobssle merchant. To morrow even ing, he will leave for 8aiit Ke returning In time tn accept the nath r.f oflice as wmnilnstuiier on next Monday morning. tr. If no meeting on that day. on ae e unit of lis being a legal holiday, oil tile Tuesday following. Kitty Helen pasiet'gers for California il ts dine in from the north on to I ti's limited passenger train under the guidance of Conductor Hayes, and were tu'iied oior to Coridiftor ' Kroet, of . the iiii.ta He 1'iictiie. Conductor Hayes t..tcs thul the hopital t.hvelclan at l.a limta coiisiiler Ctuiiliictnr Boucher and lir.k iu.in hope, ti juied in thelimittsl wr. ck near Trinlilad, out of danger, but he e iyn Ihey are frightfully burned about '.he f ice end IihIhIs. Junes Cle.r, a health seeker, who ..nie bre from Kl Paso a fi w weeks ago, lied at hU ro mi oa north Kourth street hist night. His home wan la Wallnce Mirg, . Ontario, where hln mother etlll resiites. Two of hi brothers; are In. husiiis In Detroit, Mich. They htve lssn telegraphed and the body in help held peu.liug Inslru itlon from fiei I'ndertakor Ktrong this afternoon r u!c, tidegriiiii to ship the renialr.l U. Detroit, Mich. P. 4. Mcflrath, the let'er carrier, who ha been transferr-d to the Chicago postolllce, will leave for there tn-morrow. Hie fellow employes at the lineal olllce regret to have him have, as do also his man? other friends In this cttv. Dan Phillip will take his route In this cily on Sunday morning. Miss Kmrna TUdnr, a young lady from Kurt Dodge, Kaneaa, arrived last night mid In the guest tu dav of Mis Katie llarst'li. Ml Under will leave this even i ii g for (iallup, to visit her sister, Mrs. W.K. Lynch. J. M. M. sire, real estate. Insurance, Inane, manager Albnuuerque Abntrnct conuany. New "phone, No. itl. No. 121 south beeond street. , CUBANS YIELD. Will Postpone the Six Days Cele bration as Requested. Intense Excitement Among Cuban , SMJirr and Citizens. AniDimdur Kftncre, of "cx'co, Me4 la Wtslnftoii this flornlDf. coio wtaTBEi in Wisconsin Havana. P e, 30.-The Cuban patriotic comtnitiitv Minstntingof l.,o H.ing law yers, nis-tor and l'ulnes men, tield a iiiettlug wh'ch I iHte-l until 4 o'clock thl morning r-i decided tn yield without rervaimn to the wishes of Generals l! rooks en i Ludlow In the matter of postponing i he nix days' celebration, and approved a 'imlfeeto to the Cuban nntiu lafoa of Havana ou fie lines' of Ludlow's replv on tli . sub)ct of the proposed cele hi si I in. quoting portions of It and para phrasing (.hers. The Cuban citir.eii of Havana and the Cuban soldiers outside ol th" pity are Intensely excited hut the l'iitrloti,i ronimtttee and the military chiefs of tlie Cubans think they can re press this feeling and prevent violent incidents. hOMKKO DKAD. Metlnan Ambassador Dlatl In Waahlncloa Thla Moralbg. W'ashlnston, Dep. 30. A njhassador Ro mero, of Mexico, died this morning, aged til The r- nains will be taken lo Mexico for Interment. (It Wednesday an operation forappendl citla was performed upon the ambassa dor. Alt'iotigh It was entirely successful Ihs resulting shock proved greater than he could bear, t'p to I -.3ii this m Tiling It was thought he was In a tslr way In recover, but high fever set In and he sank rnpidlv. At the liedsiite wre his sister. Mrs. Ilarcla, hts aunt, secretaries anrl other atti.ches of the ettiliHsny, phvsiclaus and rx Kivretary and Mr. John W. Kua tcr. aiilvarlas; In Ss'Uronsln. West Snperlor, Wis., llec. 30. At e o'clock tbla ninrniiig tlie thermometer showed 2)t degree below ro. A record ot ;4 for the night wan reported, uii.ii vikatiii:h klskmiikhh. Ht. Paul, Minn., IMp. 30 Kroin 35 alnve uru yesterday the mercury dropped rapidly, reaching Id below at 7 o'uluck this morning. In thi cltr. At the same hour It was 20 below at Moorhead, 3d be. low at ft .nnlpeg, 20 below at Dtiluth and 2tl ImI-.w at baltlo Kurd In the Cauatlian uorthw "t. rira I Mllur ukaa. ' i. - kee. W l., D w Ro.Klre to-day, ' ' i ' from spontaneous eombtis "kiln u the north side yardi . S is f I, mili ar company, '. ' 470.DOU: cartlali) I m. liaals. W hrrU. High it - popular, PIkimiIx, lrll models, .t.., Die line of juvenile, Ht Joe Hpsclals, 4 i&. At brockuieler'a. The J 'ffa Urocery company, freeh goodr and low prlctw: Duck-, spring chickens, geese and tur keys, freeh. byexpre.te, 8aturday morning at I2't pent. Kine roll butter, 20 pent. Kins Leghorn hens, tin cent. Twenty bars Kalrbank soap, 50 cento. Dried plums, 1!) cents. Dried cherries, 20 cents, Pele. tar.aches, 25 cents. Pitted cherries, Hi pent. Kancy eiaporalod apples, one pound package, 2 cent. HOLIDAY SLIPPERS FOR FVERYB0DY1 MEN'S SLIPPERS From 75c. to $3.00 a pair. LADIES' SLIPPERS! All Styles and Pricti. Children's Slippers I A Large Variety. CEO. G. GAIIISLEY & GO. LtuyrtH Hho DraJert, 122 H. Second St. H4IL UKIKH atVK AKLVfrl& ATTlCfcTIO 0 V Wf 0 vni.aala Pi. a 04 jv 4t II. E. FOX. Strictly Headquartcn for FINE GOODS. No The Leading Jewelry House . Of the Southwest HOLIDAY GREETING. reiftitation Allowed, and ICvery (iuarnntue Made CJood. I'rkt-s ns low at S.tme quality of Goodi can Ik r.oujht for Anywlirn-. Mail ortk'ri j Solaitud. ! , ' "NE WATCMTOKK AND ARTISTIC ENGRAVING A SPECIALTY. WATQiES SOLD TO RAILROAD MEN O.N EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS.' We arc Just Ootid;; up Uu; Heaviest Years' Buitus wi have ever had, and wish in This public way to acknowledge our appreciation of this. During this month, December, our Mr. W.J. Ki-vm-dv, will be at points along the line of the Santa 1'e Politic wiih an ELLGANT LINE OF Fine Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry, while our MR. II. K. FOX with p!inyo! l.clp will pors.:;.. l' euro tr our city trade. 0 0 g i '4 'i Diamonds. Watches, Silverware, Fine Clucks, Jewelry, Fine Lamps, Knives and Forks Rich Cut Glass, Umbrellas, Fine Canes, Fine China, Silver Novelties, Gold and Silver, Filigree. "s V V . t ii vi? ii . a & 0 & $ & & Hi Hi 0 t 0 & 0 & t iis Hi iii $ & & & ? ... , l Hi ft Hi ! tar '-It Hi Hi Hi Hi i;V4 Hi Hi Hi ,-rt Hi Hi .s Artsti Far ttlik Falters THE PHOEN1XIE- We Move Next Week INTO OUR NEW QUARTERS. We have cjt nnd shahed the fiices on every thing in the Home o a to re Jute stock at much as possible bshre m iving. We want to make this week n "Record UreaVer" for tuines, nml you will mist tare "opportunity if jou do rot take advantage of this gtrrat Sale. We with to call jour partial! tr attention to the folio ing : Hi ts :' Hi Fignrrd Mohair Skirt.", up from. . .$1.15 Capes an.l Jackets, 33 y, p;r cent less than tcgu'ar pr'ce CniMren's Jackets at big redu tions. Walking II its, worth up to $1.75, marked down to ,5()o. Chi'drcn's Tarn O'Shantera and Caps, up from 2.1c. Ladle..' and Misses' Leggins that were $1.25, now ."J()c. Itig Lot of Dress G wd, wor.h up to 75c. per y.rd, o Pargain Table. . .3 Jc. Saxony Yarn 5C. Spaoish Yam loc. GermautoAn Yam lOc. Ice Wool, per box 1 ()c. Winter UnJerwra- for Men, Womel and Children at specially Low Pricea. Itig Redu troiis oa Li dies' Silk Skirts and Silk I'etlicc ats. Blankets, Comforters, Q tilts, Suieti nnd Pillow S'ips fo less money than you evr bought them before. - SPECIAL NOTICE. We hsve oirt lot cf Silks that were sltahtly damtged by water which we will re t at rKitctitouHiy low prices, i lie lot in cludes Black Si'k Brocad.-s, Black Surah I Van di Soi, M ire, Ii.-ocade Sitin, etc. China Silk in White and Co!ora, Fancy Silk, two-toned llocad;, etc., suitable for waists or trimming. Don't fail to see prict s on these. Vi m Hi m Hi Hi ft 1. Hi m Hi m B. ILFELD & CO., Proprietors, i i 4 ElEEllir ill IIStfUL HOLIDAY PRESENTS ! ! The Very Latest in the Market at Reasonable Prices ! . sV 25c. t - - 50c. $5.50 to $J.00 $1.50 i $2.50 to $L75 4 $3.75 to $5.75 Valises, Trunks, (j loves, (tops, Mackintoshes and an J Endless Variety of Neckwear. f E. L. WASH BURN & CO. ! 25 dnz. All Silk Handkerchiefs, at ciich 25 (lnz. All Silk UmuUiM'hwtU nt paoU ""T - - - - e-a.a .aa.va vaiavs WV V f Smoking Jackets, from UllR 1I1UJIIL-IA, 1IU1II rJUClK. IU t Pov s Prefers. 5 s' Ulsters, - - - - 4 4 4 4 4 4 pj di inll nO uO nO (nO cJ i, foil itiO fcO 3 to' ihO f'J M AgnU for McCALL BAZAAR PATTERNS. All Patterns 10 and 15c NONE HIGHER Mm 20i Railroad A?enut', Albuquerque, N. M. Xmllxtocl Ctoro in tlio aity." Big Bargains at Little Prices ! TO CLOSE OUT ALL ODDS AND ENDS in the various depa tments ilurini' the Bit' Holiday That Rush. havj accumulated We sli.U make m MAIL ORDERS p Filled Same v r3 Day aa Rtcttrt4. lt P m m m m Kr v v j-j i i x x x v X i lj xy U V X XWl'N kj III m on all Brokm Lots, Odds and Ends, etc. You m ty find just what you need, if you do you will find that if i.od will dj the work of two, as we must reduce this stock: before taking inventory. Holiday Goods for New Year's Gifts. All iliilltlty (iiDitn on baud g'l at nan lialt f iruii r iricis. Remnants. lMrin tint Ulg ru-ili Utt w'k ai-cniiiiiliitisl a til lot of rniiiiMii. of I) s iiiKlnof all kunls, wlmiri w.i luivf iiUosil on a ssiirutt) cjiiuter at one li;ilf rsgul ir prl -nM. Dress Patterns. rimlca of aur of our Aim Ursss futtiras In Hlat'k ami Colnrs, no ruutlur wliut tlisy oust, you takx vnur pirkfor $5.00 Outing; Flannel Gowns. I.u lias' 0 jtint Flatinitl (inwiH, our rsvr'llar 75 ami WK'. k-.iwim, to olatn out balance on liaml, lakn nai'li for only 50c Ladies' Wrapt. All our i apsn an lJiii'kstn fur Ls IIhs' Mi-utx' ami I lill Ir.'ii. cut from rnuUr iriivs, fully to 6 par rnilt. llms U Whert II will ill) tilt servlr of two. S.S) W IuJjw M-i.lay. Flannel :tte Wrappers. I 'i all sliei frn u ai to 41. nlivly niaJs with waist llulng. t'liolw) ouly 99c Ladies' Wakts. Our wuliir 111) KIhiiiikI Waists, nlivly trliutii.nl with hrui 1. lu tins siU ouly $1.10 Clinics of our tVlW Silk Waists $150 (Wile i of our S t.") an I : t H.Ik W ilstv . . .$4 00 in r-'unny hitkn, eolorrnl Satin ami lilai'ka. Underwear. I.allts' K lis-I 1'mlnrsrt.ar stiwials. VnU Mh niH-k, Iiiiik sli'rvs. iaiiU to uiaU'li, aukltf Ifiitftli. Hpeoiut, a suit 30c Ladies' Vests and Pants. Hsavjr KytitUu Cotton Kit-red Baek. Vests, lililti uiH-k. Ioiik slwvs, pants to match, aull....40c 0?) m 0 m Remnants ot S.lks, Remn.in's of Woul Dreis i'o l, Rrmiunts of Flannels, Rtmnants of fD Staple Cot'ons, Remnants of Table Linens all placed on Remnaut 03 Table at Half Former l'l-it'CH. M Ladies' Vests and Pants. Fvitinti C..fiin. Ktra llnavr ami Uavily Klsf .-rsl u'l.l Ni.vly I riinni. J, suit Uk. 8k W liiilnvf 1M-Ilaiy.