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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 17, 1098.
ON MAINE DISASTER!
Spanish Officers Assert that the Ex
plosion was Internal.
REPORT OF COURT OF INQUIRY KEPT SECRET.
Msdild. March 17. The following
semi-official dom m Issued her to-day:
"The report of the Spanish commission
oa the Maine la not yet known, but the
statement of several technical officer",
who mad close examination at the
scene of the disaster, how It to be India
putably dua to an Internal sccld-nt,
American asrertious to tint contrary are
therefor deplored In oflkiat quarters
M tending to mislead piihlie opinion and
render tha situation still nnre difficult
from the standpoint of nitlntaliiing
friendly relation between the two eoun
trine. It way be regarded aa certain that
should the American teehnlral couimls
Ion present a report declaring the die
aiter to be due to external t ihlon, the
public here mill refit to accept nuch
finding and anj demand for Indemnity
haeed thereon will be indignantly re
pelled by Spain."
lOI HTOr INUl'IRT.
Tha I'mMnt will Hmln their Report,
and will Kaaa It Sacrat.
Washington. March 17 The preeldent
expects the report of the court of inquiry
to morrow or next day.
Both the preeldent and secretary of the
Davy are determined to ".pare no efforts
to mulutaln the secrecy of thecourt'i ver
dict until they themselves have deter
mined to give it publicity. The docu
ment will be sealed at Key Went under
the personal observation of Admiral fcl
card and the navy ufllcer who take the
p,ers In custody will be expected to de
liver the euvelope with IheKeal unbroken
Into the hands of the secretary of the
navy. Probably the messenger will be
Lieutenant Commander Msrix, Judge ad
vocate of the court cf Inquiry.
ktARKIAOB or i-IXLMAM.
On. of tha I'allniaa Twin. Marrlee a sa
8aa Francleeo, March 17. Walter
Bauger Pullmau, one of the twin eons of
the late George M. Pullman, the palace
ear magnate, wan married yesterday to
Miss Louise Lauder West, of this city.
The acquaintance of the young eouple
was only of few weeki standing. Mian
West Is the daughter i f the late Chester
H. Weet, ploueer of IHI'.l. lie became
banker la this city and was at one time
very wealthy. 11k left but Very little
property, and his daughters made their
own way In the world teaching In the
. Ha Get. flrlUd Ultrealn( tha Spaal.li
Uuv.tlou and Makaa Apology.
Ntw ydtk, March 17.-A dispatch to
the Herald frcm Washington, says: A
story Is in circulation here tl.at Ladls-
laua Heiigelmuller von llengervar, min
is tertrom Austria Hungary, In a recent
confert nee with Adjutant Secretary Day,
said that he supposed that after the
Ameilrsn and Spanish hoards of Inquiry
of the Maiue disaster kud slilmlUi-d re
ports that the whole matter would be
submitted to an International board of
Inquiry. Dy gave a lit gative reply. To
this the minister is said to have excitedly
replied that such was the Usual mode of
procedure and that the nations of Ku
rope would expect a sister power would
be accoided that Courtesy.
Day reepoDiled that the I'ulted States
Would determine the queetion of Spanish
retpoiudl ility for the loss of the Maine
in her own way and w ithout reference to
what the nations of Europe might ex
pect. This Is said to have so angered the
Austrian minister that he used extremely
It In said that the mutter was subse
quently adjustrd by the minister making
Bl'ANlxlI VLssfcX CAtTL'blr.l.
Tuning V.aeal Wa Too Naar tha rlortila
Coa.1 and W aa Kun In.
Punta Uurdu, Kla., March 17. The
Spanish QVhlng smack Carmen wait towed
into this port by the I'ulted States rev
enue cutler Forward. She had been seized
tor violation of the navigation laws. At
the entrance of Charlotte harbor the For
ward came upon the Carmen at anchor,
making preparations to put to sea. The
Carmen had live and salted Oah aboard,
the result of her catch aluce leaving Ha
vatia. Her master says he only had been
engaged In Uahlug around Tortugaa and
the waters of Florida bay, having cleared
from Havaua for that purpose several
days ago and put Into Charlotte on ac
count of slrees of water.
burbs of Chung King Fa, province of
bto-t hwan, on Yang Tse-Klang. has been
attacked by a mob. The native medical
assistants have been maltreated and one
hlraco xmea Mat a at.
Chicago, March 17. Cattle Receipts,
9.000 Varket steady.
Beeves, f 3.utdB.5; cows and heifers.
2.a.M 2o; stackers and feeders, 3 4Ki
l.M); Texas steers, .1.r)0(4.50.
hheep Receipt. 14,0m. Market steady,
Native sheep, J.t.a'xt.fio; westerns,
t:l (ka4.C6; taml, 14 Wi5.4D.
Havana, March 17 (Jen. Fando, eon
cerning whose safety anxiety has been
expressed, arrived this morning at foiegi
de Avlla, in the middle military trocha.
Detaeeu Moron and Jucurn.
Craw from tha Ama.oaa..
London, March 17. The warship Arua
t nus will be formally transferred to the
United States government to-morrow at
rtraveeend. The crew from the Ban
rranclsco will have charge.
ihlra.a Mraia Marktt.
Chicago, March 17. Wheat March
1.02; May. 1.04 tf. Corn-March. 2Ho,
May, am. Oat March, 84V:M.Vc,
New York, March 17. Money on call,
nominally, at HtVi per cent. Prime
mercantile paper, 4,,v3&' per cent.
Attacked by a Mob.
New York, March 17. -A dispatch to
the Herald from Shanghai says: The
American medical mission, In the au-
lla Intlmata. That tha Malna Woald
New York, March 17. The New York
Journal this afternoon prints state
ment written by Honore F. Laine.
newspaper correspondent recently ex
pelled from Cuba. Laloe says: "Jan
U, at 10 o'clock at night, I met In the
Cafe Inglaterra, Francisco Dlax, a re
porter of rabid SpanUh paper, La Union
Constitutional, with whom I frequently
"On aaklug him If be had anything to
give me, he took from his pocket a letter
and banded it to me, saying: "Wevler
wrote this letter to Santo Guzman, who
sent it to Nove (editor Union Constitu
tional) for hlra to read, and write an ar
tide on the acceptance by Weylerof the
candidacy of deputy to the cortea of Ha
vana, I took this copy which you can
The letter says: "Since the latest evenU
I have changed my views about the attl
tude oar political party In Cuba ought to
assume. If I thought before It was more
dignided for ns to abstain from an elec
toral eoutest, I believe now It Is patrl
otlo duty for us to go to the polls. Our
success cannot be doubted. Write on
your flsg, the flag of Spain. 'Defense of
National Honor,' aud I offer you my name
as your raudldate.
"By the way, I have read that the
Americans are pondering about sending
oue of their warships to that city. Dur
ing my command lu Cuba they did not
even dare to dream about It, They kuew
the terrible punishmeut that awaited
them. I had Havana harbor well pre
pared fur suck an emergency. I rapidly
finished the work that Martinez Campos
carelessly abandoned. It the Insult is
made I hope there will be Spanish
baud to punish it aa terribly as it de
I nct. Sam Pay. Spot Caah for War Malar
ial aad Shlpa.
Washington, March 17. The Qrst dis
bursement under the recent act of con
gress appropriating M,iKX),000 for na
tional d fense has been made by the
treasury department on an executive
order for $146,!i'j5, to be cabled to Loudon
to the credit of Hir William Armstrong
In part payment for twenty-one rapid
tiring guns, Including niouutd and am
munition. The price, including mount.
etc., is $,0(0 for each gun. In addition
the treasury department will cable the
Rothschild at London, f l,tMo,o21 In full
payment for the Brazilian cruiser Ama
zouas and lu part payuieut for the Ab-reuall.
Arra.t or Juno Jonoa,
Phoenix, Ariz., March 17. John Jones,
of Thatcher, Arizoua, has been arrested
at Mesa, charged with forgery, aud will
he taken to Solonionville for trial. Last
April Joues, it Is charged, paused a check
skilfully raised from f 25 to $75 on a
hpaln Huy. a Ship.
Loudon, March 17. A dispatch from
Rome to-day says that the Italian gov
ernment has sold the armored cruiser
Varez to Spain.
New Deputy t'ollaator.
Phoenix, Arli., March 17. Ii. C. Pol
lock, of Phoenix, has been appointed
deputy collector of iuternal revenue for
Arizona to succeed F. H. Moore, resigned.
Collector Morrison, of Santa Fe, sent on
We have an elegant line of loose and mounted
Diamonds. If you are contemplating the purchase of
Diamond Jewelry we would like to how you our
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Established 1888. - - R. R. Av.f Albuquerqu.. N. M.
the appointment of Mr. Pollock several
days ago, and the new deputy takes
charge of his duties I u mediately. John
Jacoby, the United Htates ganger, Is now
in the elty doing some ganging, and on
his arrival It was reported that he was
to be the new depnty collector. This re
port, however, failed to materialize as to
Mr. Jacoby, the appointment of Mr. Pol
lock following a day later.
SIMATOR PROCTOR KKPORTS.
B. Malta. statomoat Regardlaf Caaa ta
Washington, March 17. Senator Proc
tor this afternoon mtde statement In
the senate concerning his Cuban trip,
lis denied that he had said that the
Maine was blown up from the outside,
but might have said that it was the opto
Ion In Havana.
The Spaniard', he said, hold In four
provinces only what their army sits on.
'roctor described at length the condition
of the concent radoes, saying halt of them
nave died. He went to Cuba thinking
tne condition of the people bad been
overdrawn, but found their situation ter
ririe. ue said there were altout fW.OtlO
Spanish troops. He thought they would
Bht well. The Cnhans had about 30,000
men In the field. They were well armed.
but pooiiy supplied with ammunition,
He luquired as to autonomy of men of
wealth, biiHluees aud professional men.
n ilhont exception their reply was that
it was too late for peace under the Span
isn ruie. Home favored annexation br
ins lulled states.
Proctor said he was not In favor of an
nexation. The conditions for self gov
eminent lu tuna were favorable.
More Bodies Taken from tbe
Emerson Building Ruins.
Lively Sbootinr Affriy at an Arlzont
Hob naor a ffcrre whs Atttmottd ts
AiMuit a White Girl.
diati or iieiiTia bioci.
Minneapolis Brooklyn, Columbia and
other vessels yet to be selected, forming
tne new naval division.
Mall Orders Given
A MEW TENOR SISOER,
J. fhaadlar llramaa. Alia. Ralnh Cliud.
ar, la a N.w Cub
There was a new and a handsome face
n tne cnoir or bL, John's Kniiuvi.ai
church last Sunday, and It was thai of J.
Chandler Hraman, alias Kalph Chandler.
wno was uirowu in me county jail on
Tuesday for forgery committed in U
Angeles, and then Ills-rated v entente
and who Is known in his own father.
notise as au -incorrigible crook and
Tug Citizen was on to tha fact a fu
lays ago that Braman. alias Chandler
the erstwhile manager of I're's "Nlsht
Is wss work I n a Into tha trood vrarwa
of our Kptsoopal friends, but as the city
uaiters nan aireativ exttoseo Ills riuril
doings, it was not thought that he
(Hraman) could null tbe wool over tha
eyes of such shrewd, careful class of
goon citizens as our Kpiscopallans.
Ha did, however, and with surplice
over his manly but rascal It form ha
made a good appearance in tha choir iat
Sunday, and aang well, and, again, it Is
Intimated from a certain source that ha
secured several small loans, to help him
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lion unt ma oeiueieu porxeiiiona.
It Is also understood that Braman
pires to the calling of an actor, and is
now preparing nimseir ror a allowing In
nun una in inn near iiiinre.
Hraman, ths alleged lawyer, will bear
All wbo Wish to trv ths enltlvatlnn nf
me sugar oeet may olitaln a small quan
tity or aeettofan imuroved Varletv rraa
or charge, iy addressing, or calllna- on.
I Utters, city. All that Is asked In re
turn is a reistrt in ths fall of the result-
ng crop. Ttuwe who wish to use the
seed may also obtain a pamphlet on ths
iiigar beet free.
Mr. Custers, this dtv. Is the statistical
correspondent for the department of ag-
ririmiire ai nasnineton. lie wou Id be
grateful to any farmer in the county who
win iiiruisn mm wun crop reports of
any auui, sui'it as iinmner or acres put lu
wheat, corn, oats, alfalfa, ths emiilltlon
or crops, nunioer ol time Gelds are Irri
gated in the season, and all other Item
or interest lu agriculture.
Chicago, March 17. The body of l
woman, burnt d to as to be nnrecnguii
able, was found In the ruins of the Km
erson building to-day. Six of those re
ported tnlsHlng last night were accounted
for to day. They are: J. L. Tborborn.
collector for the Conover Piano com
pany; Sol. Grollman, Jr., and father, ol
Columbus, Ohio; Frank W. Tec pie, Wll
nam Anderson and Anna Guest. Two
names are a tdd to the list of missing
v.naries O'llara, shipping clerk of the
National Music company, and Miss Hat
tie Davidson, employe of the 01 instead
Scientific company. Ths bodv taken
from the rains Is suppneed to be (hat of
Mrs. M. K. Harris, of Cedar Baplda, who
began work with the Olmstead Scientific
company aa book-keeper only a few hours
before the Are.
This afternoon another bodv was
found, that of a man, burned in a hor
rible manner. A. M. Peterson, shipping
clerk for the Olmstead Scientific com
pany; Mrs. Wat kins and George Sllft,
employed by the Olmstead company, have
not been seen since the Ore.
Jewish Sarvtaaa To-morrow.
As mentioned in this natter vesterdm
uterinum, nev. vr. nilllaiu II. lireen-
hurg, of Loudon, hngland. reached here
last evening, and a number of our Jew-
Isn citizens were at the deixit to extend
to mm a nearly welcome.
After considerable haiidshakloir and in.
triNluetlons, the committee escorted the
rami! to the European, where he will oc
cupy a room for the time being.
To morrow evening Hr.Greeiibnrff will
make his tlrst public appearauce here.
homing services in the nail oitnoeite Thi
Citi.kn. Mrs. llalderman. Misses Alger
aud benjamin, aud J. K. Brown will con
stitute the choir.
Heuort lour Caaae.
It Is understood that several of onr
prominent city physicians are failing to
report their measles cases to the board of
health. This Is an Important duty that
should not be neglected, as the board de
sires to tag every house wherein the dis
ease exists, and again to prevent the so
cial calls of neighbor and thus the
ppresd of the dliteaHe.
rtr.ATR or iihicr.
Regl.tar or tha t'nltad Ntalaa Traaaarr
Ila tltl. Moraine.
Washington, March 17.-Blauche K.
Bruce, register of the treasury, died this
morning. Bruee's death has been ex-
perted tor several days, from a complica
tion of stomach troubles. Bruce was
born In Virginia in 1811. was of African
descent and a slave, la 1875 be was
elected I'ulted Stales senator from Mis-
sisslppl. He was appointed by President
Garfield register of the treasury. Six
months ago he was again appointed reg
ister of the treasury by McKinley.
Washington, March 17. The seuaU to
day considered bills on the calendar.
passing, among other bills, one to erect
a statute to Lincoln at Gettysburg; pro
hibiting railroads charging more than S
cuts a mile for Dassemrer service
thronghout the Indian territory and to
build a gunboat oa the great lakes to re
place the Michigan, to cost not over 230..
ahaotlaa; AITrajf la Arlaoaa.
Jerome, Ariz, March 17. Francisco
Jonado was fatally wounded and Fred
.Mark, a miner, received a bullet in tbe
leg, in a shooting affray in front ef the
Fashion saloon on May street early this
morning. The Mexican was the aggres
Grenada, Miss., March 17. Alexander
Audursou, a young negro, attempted to
criminally assault a school girl last night.
no was capiurea ana confessed, was
made to climb a eoltouwood tree with a
rope arouud his neck, then was pushed off
the limb aud strangled to death.
Mura War Vaaaala.
Washington, March 17. The house
committee on naval affairs unanimously
agreed to authorize the construction of
six torpedo boats aud six torpedo boat
destroyers, aud the pruvislou has been In
corporated in the naval bill.
Look. Llka War.
New York, March 17. Major General
Miles returned to Washington to-day.
When asked what he thought concerning
the war situation, he replied: "Matters
look very serious, but this country is pre
pared for any emergency."
Hatterf (or lb. Caa.t.
Fort Riley, Kau., March 17. Battery
F, Fourth artillery, destined for Fortress
Muuroe, Va., pulled out this uiorulng on
a special train.
Tran.f.r of Troona.
Kansas City, March 17. Battery B, Promptly Filled
Fourth artillery, and Battery F, Fifth
arrived In Kansas City last night from
Fort Riley, Kansas, and left this morn
ing. Battery F, Fourth artillery, ordered
M Fortress Monroe, will leave Fort lUley
Washington, March 17. Tbe house to-1
day resnroed consideration of the poatot-
ace appropriation bill.
ra. Kilea Lorkhart, W. W. Hanoi enJ
, ins territorial grand Jury made Its
weonn report to the court this niornlntr
returning ten true bills and two Ignored
Among the Indictments were two I
agaiusi Manuel I). Uonzalea and Fidel
. tionxles, his eon, for the murder of
Frank Untlerres. The bill against Ps-
irotfaramiiio, me third man under ar.
rest lor complicity in the same murder,
ivan iKtitrreu. i
Mine. Lyons was Indicted for reewlvlna-
slolen goods; Ab sto Mondragt n for re-1
ielVllltf moiiev tinder falsa nrelaitnaa-1
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nipna aiarea ior tne Same ullenae- Kd.
ward Bail for grand larceny.
Louis Imbert, who Wss Indicted for aa-1
sault with Intent to kill his wife. for. I
nixiieaa Dona ot ai.uoo for bis appear-
t. fi. Hamm was Indicted for am. I
bezilement from L.R. Putnev and waa
an asm oy trie eneriii lo-oay. ma ball
was Oxed at ti.(U) and he la trying to
art i nun aiierDiNin. i
Mrs. Kllen L. Itrkhirl waa Inrflntmt h
the grand Jury for arson and was placed
uiiiiit arrant to-aav. tier nan
at aifi,iKMj and she w I
Agent for Ratter
!ck' Tatterns and
Dr. Jaejrer'i Un
of Dress and Home.
Exclusive Styles-Popular Prices.
It pays to buy your Dress Goods of us
trying to get It this
Oloffio Torres. Indicted foraaovnlt with Harft Silks.
inieui to Kin. was arrested to day and In
delaull af 1.000 bail U contlued la the
1 he prisoners, who have been arrested
on Indictments were arraigned before
iti'ige i rumpacKer this afternoon
Our epring atoclc of Infants' Capa'and I lata
are all here. We have them in Silk, Lawn,
Ptint d'Esprit and Marseille, all styles; also
full line of Dahy's Wearin,; Apparel.
i allies' Skirts.
We are showing the handsomest line of Silk
and Wool Skirta ever seen in this city from
a modest priced garment at 75c to the hand
somest Silk: Skirt with colored Taffetta lin
ing throughout at $22.50. Dont fail to
to have a look at our exclusive styles.
"4 7 !rw"v
Charles K. Ilierst. ludicted for for serf
aun uitering lorgeu iiisirumenis, pleatli
Variety and quality go to make thia stock a
source of pleasure to the lovers of the benu
titul. Exclusive styles in Silk Waist Pat
terns, no two alike, in Tlaids, Stripes, Bro
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Knhavrt I sut x..l.iraw1 Iti.vl.. I. . I K
' " vvitxru, lUUIVlTtJ lOI IU
ceny and receiving stolen goods, pleaded
uo aunt j. .,. iieaoocK was appoint.
au ui repreeeui nnu
for larceny, I
The directors of the New Meilco
( lilldrens' Home wish to acknowledge
the receipt of I'.'H from Mrs. Wiley W flav
or tiallup. I tils amount is from
monthly subscriptions by citizens of tial
lup for the months of February and
arch. Airs. Heaver has secured the
promise of 1 13 per month until February,
Orand Mllllo.rjr iipanlna-
At Mrs K. J. Havre's on March 26 and 2
.aides are cordially invited to attend aud
nuiiei't priees and quality of her large
ne or goons.
VKKSH TII HOHHOW MOHNI.NO.
Barracuda, smelts, shad, mackerel.
m-k bass, loin cod. cat lish. lolwters.
cralts, clama aud oysters. 8i.N Jose
Torpedo Boat Itaatrojara.
London, March 17. According to a dis
patch from Sutherland, the I'ulted States
government has purchased torpedo boat
destroyers from a ship builder named
Mltrar auo Laaa.
New Vork, March 17. Bllver, f4 e:
Lead, 3. 60.
New Vork, March 17. Copper, 10.'..
Washlugtou, March 17. Tbe Teias
and Massachusetts, battleships now with
Admiral Hlcards suuadrou, have been
ordered to proceed at once to Hampton
Roads, where they will Jolu the cruisers
Kleua Mares, ludicted
pleaded not guilty. K. L
spp tinted to represent her.
Charlei Schrader, of Wingate and Jas.
u May, or Ultchell, Indicted for selling
liquor without a license, oleaded not
guilty. W.C. Ileacock appeared for de-
n ai. tl. Mason, Indicted tor assault
w ltd intent to commit murder, nleatlml
not guilty. vY. C. Ileacock entered ap-
tarmen Antonio ( arclavlllsnl Indlctail
cor permuting gambling without a li
eense, pleaded not guilty. Judire Adauia
spjtearea ror me oeieniiant.
r. n. Hani 111. Indicted fts emheirle
lent, pleatled Uot guilty. Warren, Fer
gtiM-n uuict: enured appearance.
KiLVall, indicted for grand larceny,
pleatled not guilty. Attorney K. V. Cha
ves appeared for him.
Thomas Lyons, ludicted for receiving
and concealing stolen property, pleaded
noi guilty. v . t. lieacoc appeared.
Kleua Mares aud Arlsto Mondragon,
Indicted for obtaining goods under false
pretences, pleatled not guilty. A. 11.
nycon was appointed to defend.
Aloglo Torres, Indicted for assault With
intent to kill, pleaded not guilty. lior
ton Moore was appointed to defend.
Joseph W. Cullen, ludicted for assault
with a deadly weapon, pleaded not guilty.
H ycoff and Moore appeared.
l'edro Uiiva, Indicted for burglary of
iiweiiiug nonse, pieailea not guilty.
Wycoff and Moore appeared.
At therequeet of their attorney, K. V
Chavei. the arraignment of Manuel D.
tronzales and Kldel (iouztles was passed
over until Monday,
Several defendants have not pleaded as
they are under bond aud will plead as
uoii as meir cases are cailea,
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Iron Pipes and Fittings.
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At the request of a number of ladles,
who are anxious to see the pretty designs
In pattern hats and line mililnerv. I have
concluded to have my millinery opening
on Thursday afternoon aud eveulne.
March 24. and will arrange for an elab
orate and up to-date display, to which
the ladle, of this citv and vlctnltv ara
WRH. M. McCRKIOHT,
8U W. Railroad avenue.
Library Not Ira.
Owing to the fact that several hook.
have leen returned to the library from
families where measles eilsted, without
having first been disinfected, the Library
association has Issued orders that no
books shall beglveu oat until further
TEN THOIMAMI) 111)1 I. A HS YVOHTU Or!
to be sold to the consumers of Albunner
uiie AT ALTI'AL Cijmt . Having concluded
k Kit ton 01 me retail grocery t)usineti lu
Ainiiiuerine, 1 win accordingly sell mv
KNTtHK HTDtk AT KKTA1L AT 8T11ICTLV
IhlS Slock must he cliauwt not ltl,ln I
the next thihty da vs. and as the goods
am an mom aim new iniMe coming soon
win Re iiarKaillN.
All goods will be delivered as usual,
but uo more orders will be aollcitiul nut.
sine 01 tne store.
F. P. TKOTTKK.
Mrs. J. II. Wroth ami lumiiui
Master Willie, will leave Saturday ulghl
for Washington, 1). C, where they will
visii nirs. it. n. rergussou and children
ior aoom iniriy uays.
All Patterns 10c and 15c
Day as Received.
204 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M.
THE 11 EST LIGHTED STORE IN THE CUT. m
To Be Helpful and Homelike.
That'a an ambition exalted enough" for this store. The' more helpful we are to"our
public in their buyinp;, the stronger will y,e the chain which binds them to this store.
The more homelike and hospitable the store may be, the more attractive it is to those
who have money to spend.
The money spending time now an anxious time with many who would practice true
economy in their purchases. That's where the helpfulness of this store comes in. Sup.
pose you put us to the test:
Spring Dress (Joods.
Fresh from foreign looms lu all that's new and stvllsh
and np-to date colorings, (irays. (ireeiis, New Blues. Ktc,
in Kayaderes, Covert, Li mil tes, Vlgoureax; also all the uew
I Checks and Plaids and full assortment of all shades of
Henriettas, from I Oo a yard up.
Fancy lilaik Weaves.
Our stock never was so comnlete in handsome and ex
clusive Novelty Dress 1'attttrus. In the New Creoon 811k
Mlxetl Weaves and Traverse aud bayadere Ponllus: on It oue
pattern of a style.
The dirty Greeks, who have been in
camp above the city, are circulating
among the people to-day, and if they
have uot some loathsome, breed-catching
disease about their clothing it is a sur
prise to those who have aeeti them. He-
Ides a wagon-load of dlrtv children, thev
have half a dozen monkeys, aud the po
lice ought to run the whole gaug out of
Kred Rankin, of Chicago, the youngest
son of Major W. A. Haiikin aud Mise
ulia Amanda Kan kla. who have been
spending the winter at Lawreuce, Kan.,
rrived last night from the north. Mr.
Kaukln ts thinking of going Into busi
ness in Albuquerque.
A DoDillar Hue of the latest anrlno- at
tractions. An unlimited variety in evert
epartuieht of the store. The determina
tion aud ability to make the best prices,
is why you should do your snrlua- tradina-
at The Kcouomlst.
John lioot. Insane, who haa bean eon.
fined In the county Jail for some time,
died there this afternoon.
The largest and ham'soiuDst lins of
ladies' skirts ever brought to Albuuner
que at llfeld'.
Geo. C. Gainsley & Cos
Xovfllfy Drew Tatterns.
We are always pleased to
Our stork is from the best
Custom Shoe Factories. We
carry nothing but reliable goods
and at Reasonable Prices.
GEO. C. GAINSLEY & CO.,
122 South Second Street.
M1 Ore or as atv.n Oa.retva.1 Atntlon.
Only one pattern nf a color of Korelsn Fancies. Novel
Weaves and I'll to-Iiate Uhadlngs; 75 patterns to select from.
ranging In price from $4 SO to 130.00 a pattern aud no
Drosti Trimmings and Findings,
Many a handsome dress Is enollad bv Door trimmings
and U udings. Many a modest gown has been mails to give
nearly double service by proper attention to theae things.
In this store you will get everything that goes into the
make up of a dress of the best. You'll Bud it will pay you
to buy the best, especially when the best will cost you here
hut a fraction, a mere shade more than the poor sorts.
Fenny pinching Is the poorest kind of economy, when you're
fitting out a dress for the maker. New styles Just received
In Trimmings, Plain Muslin de Bole, Mousseliue flealed
Bushing, Hibbon Pulling, Ktc, Etc.
Over GO pieces of the new shades In Taffeta Silks, In
plain and changeable Fait-Kdge Taffeta bilks, it) to SI
Inches wide, ouly 85c a yard.
42 pieces new Waist Silks In all ths newest and latest
Checks. Plaids, Htrlnea and Bayadere effects, in all th.
newest aud up to-dat colorings. Prloea ranging from
60c per yard up. "
Yards noon yarde of all the latest styles lrj ft tin and
fJros Grain, Moire TaffHta, Cord Kdge, Plain Taffeta, Double
Kaced Satin Kib'xm, with the advantage of having a eord
In to mills same; also tbe Heady-Male Pleated Blbbou.
used so much for trimming this season; and, above, all the
largest stock of ribbous In the west to choose from .
The New White Goods.
We have everything In White Good, made In Check
Nainsook, India Linens Terlalaus, Organdies, Swlsse, Plain
and D tiled Piques, aud a haudsome collection of Stripes,
Chm-ks and Ureuadlue. Prloea rang, from fie a yard up
to 75c a yard.
At the Glovo Counter For Easter.
Th new filove Stock will undoubted!? Drovs of In.
terest. W. Arc Agent, for the New Hook (Hove. "The
Perfection of Hook Gloves." No nuslghtly large hooks
need be used any more. In all the new aha let of Pur
ples. (Iravs, Kmrllsri Keds, Willow Greens, New Hluss,
while with black etttchlug, black with white embroidery.
Red Kid, 3-clasp evening glove.
Ked Kid. 3 clasp
Ked Kid, patent Hush hook
Mis-iaV 3 cla-'p gloves
All Koster book, reduced to cl'e out..
All 4 button, reduced to close out . . . ,