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The JOB PRIXTISO BUQUERQUE F la all to numrovj. and tWma braachei ocatly iont at J la all to Hnrai and ifrtraa f f krueiwi aaathr Jena a f f tjih ozTtiaxnf. i ram orriniiiM JL7 VOLUME 12. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 21 1898. NUMBER 107. 1 1 4 11 V Citizen, 1.I..U I THE MAGAZINES BELIEVED INTACT ! A Prominent Officer States that the Magazines Did Not Explode. DIVERS RESCUINQ VICTIMS AND VALUABLES. lUvana, Feb. 21. Lli'UtftiantCom manlier Burnett, of the survey boat Hue-he, aald to a correspondent of the AMorlated Vrrm to-day: "There are nlnetj-flre chanre out of hnndred that the Inveetigatioo will show that the for ward magazine of the Maine did not blow np Brut, It It exploiled at all, and waa not the cauxe of the terrific conse quence that followed." The naval court of Inquiry arrived thin morning and will begin Investigations Immediately. I NT ratio tiom roitrroNto, IHv.r. Will kiMm lnt Hodl. and Lo.t Vaiu.hiM rim. Washington, Feb. 21. Several rrportH etme by telegraph to the etute and uavy departments to-day from Havana. These tneaHagea do not throw any light on the cam of the disaster, and In fact the offi cer, of the navy department have about resigned themselves to the belief that nothing definite or certain can be known for several days to come, a the operation of the diver upon the wreck are being con Oued to the recovery of the bodies of the dead alid the recovery of valuable, neither of which can be neglected, while the other branch wi rk, n.iiudy, the In vestlgatl'iu if the cm me ot the disaster, may be mi.ro properly left lo the conduct of the court of Inquiry. Leo's dispatch said: "There la great need of divers to get the effect and the bodies from Ue wreck. Two are now employed but twelve or Uft.'-n could be nsed. A huuilred and forty three bodies have been burled. Over a hundred are supposed to be confined In the ship." Acting Secretary Day made the follow ing answer: "I have called ou the navy department with your request for diver. Same will be complied with." Contracts are now being drawn with wrecking companies. The navy depart ment baa not yet determined definitely which of our warships shall replace the Maine In Havana harbor although it has been determined that another ship must be sent there. TUB MAUAZIKK INTACT. Alter Partial Kiamlnntlon, Ulvnr. Con eliol. fcinlnama Wu KlHwhm, New York, Ken. 21. A dispatch to the Herald from Key West, says: -'Incredible as It may teem, It Is said that after a partial elimination of the maKusium ot the Maine, divers report that the one In which the i-iplcHion Is supp.wd to have orenrred. Is intact. According to the correspondent's Informal ion, the con tents ot this mugatine are unharmed. This report reaching Key West, it I said, caused the court of Inquiry to de cide to proceed to Havana, and begin the Investigation at once, instead of organ izing a court here. The lighthouse ten der Mangrove, with 'he court of Inquiry aboard, left for Havana yesterday. THI'MIM AMMIIl'AN IIONIIK. Kp.iil.h Csptala lUiiur.i. Withdrawal of I'mIIi. and Marin., New York, Feb. 21. The three boats having on board the police patrol and the L'uited States marines, acting as a guard over the Spanish warship Vizcaya, at anchor off Tomkiusvllle, have been withdrawn at the request of Captain Kulato, commander of the Vizcaya, who said he would trust his ship to Amerlcau honor. HKAUV Mitt Ttifc. fUtNIUKNT. Snat. PuHd Itovolutlnn Appropriating $'400,000 for lUeov.rjr of Mala. Washington, Feb. 21. The senate passed the bouse joint resolution with appropriation ot 2uO,lXO for the recovery ot the Maine. It will now go to the p res ilient tor approval. Allen (Neb) Introduced the following resolution: "Resolved, that the commit tee on naval affairs be and Is hereby di rect d to make a thorough inquiry Into the destruction of the battleship Malue In Havana harbor the 15th Inst., and re port to the senate." The resolution was passed without debate. Ill I Mil l:l'Llllilll. At MiwttierNd. In llav.ua Four I'lrwm lladly Wouudatl. Havana, leb. 31. About midnight, while a masquerade ball was In progress at Lrljoa theatre, a bomb eiploded ou the second tloor, wounding a lawyear named i'ou, bis father and two other persons. WAS IT A MA.NAt'KKf Hour, aud Oth.r Evld.nro. Fouud N.ar ll.4-ab.rry, Aril. MprxUl to Tlit Citnen. Kingman, Ariz., Feb. 21. Messrs. Win terhalter, Kchols and tioodchlld, three miners at Iloundary Coue, have been ar reted on the charge of stealing the lum ber aud timlier used In the construction of the Booudary Cone mill. All three furnished tumlx to appear at the prellml nary lamination Kvldencea ot what appears to have been an Indian massacre, have been fonnd about ten mile south of Hack berry. They consisted of the Iron-work of a wagn and harness, silver knives. forks, spoons and pieces of calicj burled under ground. Coder a bnsh near by were found two revolvers and hastily made grave, where human bones were found. The olllcers are at work on the case now, aud are of the Impression that a Wallupsl Indian, named Kate, Is the author of the murder. Another Indian made a statement a ehort time ago that Kate had killed four white men recently, and it I quite possible that the Qnd made near Hackberry Is a portion ot the re mains ot hi victims. HOTKL riKfc AT l-KKNCOTT. Thirty One.!. Had Harrow Kaeap. Lo. log Almoat Kv.ry thing. I'reocutt, Ariz.. Feb. 21. A disastrous lire occurred here about midnight, re suiting la the total destruction ot the JohiiHou house, the hotel owned by Miss Christine Johnson. The tire made such headway that thirty guests lost uearly everything and many had hair breadth eecapes. Dr. D. P. Kayuer was seriously burned about the head, feet and back. The doc tors express small hope ot his recovery. Charles Perklus jumped from the sec ond story and sustained injuries ot the spine. 11. 8. Garrett, stenographer, jumped from the third story and was Injured in the splue aud otherwise bruised. Annie Plerson, a chambermaid, discov ered the fire and remained in the third story awakening the guests till the flames cloeed every avenue of escape by the stairway and she wa compelled to crawl through the window to the mansard roof, where she was rescued, badly burned. rroalrt.nt to Spook. Washington, Feb. 21. President Me Kinley left Washington to day tor Phll- lelphla, w here to morrow be will deliver an address before the university of Penn sylvania. lllliiard In Wlooon.la. Milwaukee, Wis., Feb. 21. The bliz zard which started Saturday, speut Its fury shortly after midnight. The record f the weather bureau shows a fall of twenty two Inches of snow lu two day. Itoeovorlng tho 'lollin.. Havana, Feb. 21. Divers to-day con tinued trying to recover the victims of the dlnoster to the battleship Malue. There Is no truth In the report that an explosion occurred at the wreck ot the Maine. A I'hon.ndMropo ltfv.ut.Ml. New York, Feb. 21. An invention Is announced ot a phoueudescope, an in strument ot wonderful value In studying the condition ot the Internal organs of the body. It Is declared by physicians a tremendous advance on the old stetho scope. -MOKO t'ASTLr." San on tho Orop Curtain nt tho Orrh... trlua Hall. Those of our citizens who attended the performances of the Kims Stlllman com pany, at the Orchestrion hall, yesterday afternoon aud last night, looked upon "Moro Castle" at Havana, painted in al- moet life-like (V) colors on the drop cur tain. Hetween acts, the curtain would tall, and there stood the famous castle.and around It, protruding above the water, can be seen halt dozen "torpedoes," while In the distauoea lofty sand-covered mountain east Its shadows over the slimy water of the Uavaua harbor. The pro fessor, who had charge of the big music box, rolled out soul stirring, patriotic miisio during the acts, and when the drum would beat, as the professor heavily touched the keys, all looked upon the picture which represented In silence where the battleship Maine was blown up, with a Spain torpedo, only a few days ago. Lo. I.uua. Court. The February term of the Valencia county district court convened at Los I. unas this morning. Judge Crumpacker, District Attorney Finical, Clerk Owen and several attoi neys left for Los Luna on the early morning freight train. The territorial grand jury will undoubtedly be empanelled to-day. Ilauk. lu Clno. On account ot to-morrow being a legal holidav. the banks of this cltv will be closed all day. First National Bank, B-s.Nk UK I'UMMKKC K. A Itlg SuorrM. Hon Jesus Koin.ro, manager of the First Keglment bail, called at this odlce, this morning, aud stated that the baud FOUR GOOD WATCHES Hamilton, 17.1 8 . ".) Klfcin, iilJ UO.OO Vanguard, !1J 10.00 (men l'roolHlun Watch, nothing btt- tcriiiurie (S5.00 These are all specially rdjusted and rated in position for Railroad S rvite. We return you money if they fail to pas inspection. Leading Jsweler, R. R. Ave, Albuquerque. N. M. dance at Orchestrion hall, last Ratnrday mgni, was a glorious success; everybody hwt-a splendid time, and the treasury was enlarged to the amount of about H, over and above all expenses. Colored riahtlng lloo. There was a free-(or all colored fight ing bee at the Cochitt saloou haturday night. In which a considerable per rent ot the male colored population of the city took part. Otllcer Kmery appeared on ine scene wnen ins ngnt waa in pro green, and at the sight ot the blue coat the fighter hurriedly dispersed. Kmerv nabbed Thomas Johnson and took him to the city jail. OiDcers Olover and Hnssl afterward captnred Kd. Lane, Charles Jones and Hi. Minnie, who had also been in ui ugin. This morning they were brought be fore JustlceCrswford. It was found that Kd. Lans and Charles Jones had been the aggreenor In the fUhl and they were lined to and tlO respective! v. Jones did not bavs the money to pay his One, so he was given ten nays on the street gang, Song aorrlro nt tho Hospital. Tsiterday afternoon a song service was held at the railroad hospital, under in auspices or m t u i ulou oM lirls tlan Young People's Hocletle. there he Ing two delegates from each society. This was the llrst meeting, and was very successful, ins rtHiienis all extiresstna themselves as delighted with the service. and hoped to see the young folks again The meeting will be held each Hunda afternoon, and delegate will be appoint ed from each society to attend. HALL THIS tVKNINO. Th. No. $ Hum Company mory Hall. This evening, at the Armory hall, the popular No. 2 bose company will enter tain their many friends, the occasion be ing one of their annual ball. The reception committee Is as follows: R. Rnppe, chief; A. 0. Stockett, assistant chief; F. II. Strong, secretary; K. K. Gen try, treasurer; 11. S. Knight, foreman Hose company No. 1; K. B. Harsch, fore man Hojk and ladder company, No. 1; Harry Olegildt, foreman Hose company. No. 3; John 8. Trimble, foreman Hose company, No. 2; W. H. Cobb, assistant foreman Hose company, No. 2. The floor committee Is as follow: W. C. Moutfort, manager; Clay Jones, F. K. Lott, William Hays and C. K Ojiler. Foreman Trimble has gone to consider able expense to supply his committees and members with haudsome badges. while the programs are something unique and new. ci fid's noma. Parr-l.ognmma. Nicholas Farr aud Mis Bona La- gamma, a very pretty young lady, were nnited In the holy bonds ot wedlock at 7:30 o'clock this morning, at the home of the parents ot the bride In Duranes. Armtlo-Ramlnoa. Ramon Armljo and Vlrvlnla Ramlues earn over from across the river early this morning and were married by Father Mandalarl at 7 o'clock. The wed ding couple repaired to the Rioo Cafe, where a wedding breakfast waa served. Johnsou-Hcrlbnor. At 6:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon, H. 0. Johnsorr, the architect, aud Mrs. Cora Scrlbner, appeared at the Lead Avenue Uethodish church and were united In marriage by Rev. Welch. B. Ruppe was the only witness to the ceremony. They have gone to housekeeping at No. 400 Keleher avenue. Ilrood.n-Htor.n. William Wallace Dresden, of Chicago, aud Mrs, Viola Adele Stevens, daughter B. Tarbox, formerly of this city, but uow ot Anarga, IIU were united at Chi cago, on Thursday, Feb. 17. The luvlta tlon, sent to a friend here, states that At home, Wednesdays, May 4 aud 1H, from 6 to It o'clock p. m., at iU Adams street, west, Chicago." Cntm.rlal Club Mooting. The Commercial club held a meeting Saturday night which was attended by by about thirty members. Much Impor tant business was disposed of. The com mittee having it In charge reported the distribution of tobacco seed which bad been douated by Iudustrlal Commissioner Davis. The committee ou a beet sugar factory reported progrew aud was given further time. A resolution was adopted urging Dele gate Ferguson to work for postal reform now up before congress. The meeting of the club was called particularly for the purpose ot deciding whether the club soould establish a side board at the rooms. After some dis cussion a vote was taken by ballot which resulted In the defeat of the side-board, the vote standtug eleven to nine. A motion was then made to prohibit the drinking of auy kind of splrltous ilrluks at the public rooms of the club. This motion was tabled. Thirsty thieves entered the brewery of the Southwestern Brewery and Ice com pany last night. They eutered through a window and went out by the door, car rying with them about loo bottles of beer. At the time of going to press, they have not been detected. The auction sale of horses to-day at the red barn was attended by large crowd of local lovers ot horse flesh. A number ot horses were disposed ot aud Kime of the purchasers undoubtedly struck some great bargains, Harry Cummings, a clerk In the W ash ington, D. C, who was here on a visit to Major 0. A. Hale, of the government In dian school, left ou his return home to Washington last night. Mrs. James McCorrlstou Is on a visit to Las Vegas friends, while Jimmy was left behind to talk about the nilues and the other resources ot Bernalillo county. Solomon Benjamin resigned his posi tion as call boy for the Santa Fe, aud has accepted a better position. Hon. F. A. Hubbell and family have dually got settled In their pretty boms, ou west Coal avenve. The two ladles of the local Salvation Army corps left for the north last night. P. P. Bliss, the famous singer, Is laid op with an attack ot tonsilitls. J V French Expeditions Reported Ad vancing to Sokoto. If News is Confirmed, Enclind Will Dtclare War. Unlets Central Wharf at Tamplca Bvrocd, Leu $3,000,000. law now tig iocti. London. Feb. 21 Great activity Is manifested by the colonial ounces ot the west African department, and among the military officers going ont to Lagos Hin terland, owing lo the uews which reached ihe Niger coast protectorate yesterday that two French expeditions are advanc ing towards Sokoto, which Is within the British sphere of influence. It Is said II the new should be couQrmed, It must be followed by a declaration of war. Panic on snx k ixcbanui. Glasgow. Feb. 21. Oo the stock ex change to day a semi panic resulted from the West African news. It Is doubtful whether the operator will be able to meet the wide differences at the settle ment Wednesday. t'NKOWN IN I'iRIS Paris, Feb. ill. The government has uo news of the French having crossed the Niger Into the Sokoto country. It Is added that any such movement would be disavowed by the government. TfcXA ANTI-1HINT LAW. Caltod atnlo. Muproino Court Dor. Not ! on II. M.rlth Washington Feb. 21. lu the case of William (irlce and others, under an In dictment In Texas for violating ths antl trust law of that state, the l'uited States supreme court to-day held that the ted eral circuit court had Interfered In granting a writ ot habeas corpus when no proper exigency arose for such Inter ference. Therefore It reversed the de cision remanding the prisoners to the custody of the state ofllclals. The court will not enter npon the merits of t anti-trust law. thsn the regular and snpplemedtal estl mate and H.8I,8W inns than th appro priation for the current fiscal year. RllflMial. Mswlarf Cleveland, Ohio. Feb. 31,-Nat C. flood- win, actor, and Miss Msxlne KlUott. Ihe leading lady of hi 4 e itn.wiiy, were mar tied here yeterrtAy. Ml. rrlo kliler Kellrra. St. Lonl. Mo., Feb. 21. -The Post DIs patch to-day announced the retirement ot Jlmmv Michaels, the greatest rider that bicycling has ever known, and says he will enter th employ of Phil. Dwjer as J tk-y. Chicago ntoa Maikot. Chicago, Feb. 21. Cattle Receipts ll,o(ia Market, strong, generally 10 cents higher. Beeves, 3.&0uU.50; cow and heifer, i2.10t,rl 60; stockers and feeders, 13 6ia 4.&0; Texas steer, 3.t044 35. 8heep Receipts, 20,000. Market steady to strong. Native sheep, $;Uo(,t4.ft5; westerns. 13 004.05; laniti, ft 2r.?&.t'.o. PrMltl.ntlnl ApoolntmanU. Washington. Feb. Sl.-The president to-day tent these nominations to the senate t William B. Rodger, attorney of the United States, district of Montana. Postmaster Arliona, Thomas Hughes, Tucson, Arliona. I Cairo. ttrmln Market. Chicago, Feb. 21. Wheat Mar. I.OBV, July. 9ifl. Corn Februarv. .!V; May.SO'.e. OaU-Februafy.3i4e; My. sir4. Stiver ana Loat. New Voik. Feb. 21. Silver, 6C;,e; Lead, S3 00. T OKNVfck fACIr-IU SOLD. Hid In by lloproMntatlTo. or Ro-Orn.nl- sntlon Commlttoo. Denver, Colo, Feb. 21. Judge W. D. Cornish, master, sold the Denver Pacific railroad, the Denver-Cheyenne branch ot the I'nton Pacific to day, under a fore closure of the first mortgage, of which dage and Oould are the trustee. It war bid In for t3.0O0.OO0 by Lawrence Oreer and A. W. Krech, representing ths re or ganization committee. There was no other bid. Tho North Snowbound. Chicago, Feb. 21. Wisconsin, Iowa and Illinois are practically siiowlsiund. a average snowfall of two feet I re ported In Illinois aud Iowa, while throughout Wisconsin and northern Michigan the fall was much heavier, In fact the greatest of the season. Kama. City Market. Kansas City, Feb. 21. Cattle Receipt, 4.000; market stronger. Texas steers, 3u04.0; Texas cows. tir0l43.l; native steers, 3 UMS.20; native cows and heifers, IS: -ttis-kera and feeders, 4 UO; bulls. 3 0M1 20. Hheep Receipts, 3,KHI; market active. five cents higher. Lambs. lo.oojiD.uO: muttons, tim.t- 4 45. Nino r'Uli.riu.ll I'orlahrd. Menominee. Mich., Feb. 21 Three Meuiuiinee fHicruieu who were lost lo Ihe blizz trd In Ureeu Bay Sunday night were found this moruing, wrapped In the sails ot their Ushlng sleighs aud uearly lead. Nine other Qshermi n are suimoaed to have perished. THKT.t MI'ICO WlliKf, Iturnod Voatorday, 1'au.lng I.om of J,- OOO.OOO -Ou. Man Hurt. Monterey, Mexico, Feb. 21. The new wharf at Tamplco, constructed by the Central railroad under government su pervlslon, burned Sunday. A. 8. Robinson, engineer In charge ot construction, was Injured by the falling Umbers and will probably die. The total loss on the wharf, custom house and mer chandise la nearly 2,UK),lioO. Coualdarlng Private Hllla, Washington, Feb. 21. I'uder the ar rangement made laot week, to day, In the house, was given up to the consideration of private bills. Sundry Appropriation Hill, Washington, Feb. 21. The approprla tlous committee ot the house has agreed upon the sundry civil appropriation bill, and It will be reported to day. It appro priates Sn.7V.WI, being l3.2rVt.Ml less Cop par New York, Feb. 21. Copper, 10','. STOCK THIEYKS. Tho Owa.r. of Caul, nad ahoop Will Or- g.nlaa to atop Itoprodatloa.. Special to Th. Cltlien. Oailup. N, it., Feb. 21 -Central and southern New Mexico are Infested with a gang of cattle and sheep thieves, and trouble Is anticipated ou the range east and south of this city, for the stockmen are orgiuililng aud Intend to rid them selves of this Incubus. A sheep raiser In the Chlllll vicinity, where over two hun dred thousand sheep are located, wa here yesterday and he states that the big flock ara being greatly diminished by the bold desperadoea, and the officer appear pow erless to sU p the depredations, althongb he learned that Sheriff Hubbell, ot Berna lillo county, had Instructed hi mountain deputies to be on their guard and capture the thieves at all haiarda. Col Rallston, cattle lnstector ot this district, has just sold 218 lead of stolen cattle, who brand had boen trifled with. These cat tle undoubtedly were stolen from the range neat St. John aud Holbrook. ' IIM.TUH IMHhUS. Jamas W. Varroll. Ou Sunday morning at 2:30 o'clock, James W. Farrell, of Chicago, aged liH years, died of tulwrculosls. Ue arrived In this city twelve days ago. When he sailed In a physician he was Informed at once that he had come too late, that bis case was hopeless. He Commuulcated the ract to Ills relatives, and two of bis brothers arrived here ou the limited on Friday with the Intention ot taking hi in home at once, but he failed so rapidly that they gave up the attempt, and be passed uuletly away Sunday morning Cudertaker Mont fort was called In and the body embalmed and prepared for -dilpuieut to his home. The two brothers. with their sad charge, left ou the No. 2 at D:I5 last evening. Mr.. Laura A. Ilough.riy. Mrs. Laura A. Dougherty, wife of CI. K. Dougherty, died ou south Third street last night from consumption, aged 2t venrs. she came here from Princeton, Ind .for her health and was accompanied y her hustHtnd. The remains have been embalmed by l udertaker Strong and will he shipped to Princeton, lud., to-night. John W. Poe, the banker of Roswell, and Prof W. II. Seamon, the superintend int of t'ie School of Mines, at 8corro, were here yesterday and attended ths meeting ot Royal Arch Masons last Sat- urdag u I glit. Prof. Heamou was accom panied by his wife. Mr. Poe left for his respective home this moruing. Frank M. Wyukoop, tire talented edi tor and mine writer of the Bland Her- ild, Is still In the city, and cannot tear himself away, tor the attraction Is not nly great, but sweet. He expects, how- sver, to leave for his Bland home to mor row night. Charles Norman, of Alton, IIU who is interested In tho Alton Mining and Mill ing company out In Hell canyon, drove In from the mountains late yesterday afternoon aud has a room at the High land. S. M. Ballard and wife, ot New York, are still at the Highland, and are pleased with their visit to this city. The 1'hilharmoule concert will begin at H 15 to-morrow evening L. A. Strauss left for Ratou last Satur day afternoon, Floor matting. Whitney Co, GENTLEMEN! We would like to show jou the NEW BICYCLE SHOE Of the Celebruted NO KM AN tt BENNETT MAKE, The finest line in Albuquerque to select from at ropular l'rlceH. GEO.C. GAINSLEY & CO., Reliable Shoe Dealers. EILaHTIESIE Mall Orilcrn (liven Careful Attention ami Promptly Filled rn LI U mw. Agent) for Mutter tck'ft rattem and Dr. Jneger'fl Underwear. They are Pouring in. New Spring Good ? cv ry variety. Come around and fee the new styles in Spring Dress j-soods, Organdies, W hile Goods, in fact turn whiih way you may, you will fnd the new and beautiful The men f lks have not been forgotten either, no indeed, for we have the largest and handsomest one of C lolhing and Gents Furnishing Goods in the city. Up-to-Date Goods at Up-to-Date Prices Is Our Motto Ladies' Suits. Last call on Ladies' Ready-tWear Dresses. Every garment must go. Here are the prices to move them : Lot 1 Ladies' Suits of Serge, Cloths and Cheviots in Brown, Tan, Light and Dark Grey, Navy and Black, worth up to $6.50, sale price 12.50 Lot SJ Ladies' Suita in Black Brillianteen, 1 .a eiegantiy made and worth $7,00, sale price. ....$:t. AO Lot .1These are beauties, made up in the latest styles, Silk-lined Waists, made of hand ' some Storm Serge, in Black, Navy, Tans and Green, these are worth up to $11.50, sale price H.ftO Onrandies. junt received, five cases of Organdies. They are prettier this year than even before. Hundreds of patterns to salect from. Monarch Shirts. The best colored shirt made, full line of them. We carry a Men's Suits. We are showing a handsome line of Ready to-wear Tailored Suits in the newest Spring Patterns, beautifully made and perfect fit tiug, at one-half of what you py for a made-to-ordes suit. See Window Display. Children's Shoes. Our Spring styles in Children's 'Shoes have arrived. Our stock this year ii double the size it has ever been before. The people know where to go when they want good goods at reasonable prices. See the new styles in window. Tarn O'Shanters and Sailors. Have you seen the New Spring Styles in Tarn O'Shanters and Sailors? Ours are here, they are beauties, all prices up from IS c. See Window. Black Cat Hose. Known as the leathej stocking, the best wearing stocking mode for cI.:Hrts. We sell them. All Stylos in Plain and Fancy Braids. High Novelties in Silks and Dress Goods. Jl JL WHITNEY COnPANY WnOIiBMAIjI Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Furniture, Carpets, Crockery, Glassware, Lamps. Iron Pipes and Fittings. Largest Stock of Brass Goods in New Mexico. Miner's and Engineers' Supplies. AGENTS VOR McCall Bazaar Patterns All Piltcnu 10c and 15c NONE HIGHER THE ECONOMIST MAIL ORDERS Filled Same Day as Received. 204 Railroad Avonue, Albuquerqu. N. M. T1IKHKST LIGHTED STOKE IN THE CITY. NEW GOODS Are now in striking evidence all over the store notably in the Dress Goods Department forerunners of what will prove to be th grandest collection of attractions ever presented in this line. We are very anxious for you to inspect the beauty of the new goods, and would assure you 'tis no trouble to show them. For This Week's Sale We offor many attractions in genuine bargains of Seasonable Goods. the following Low Prices is that Our reason for attaching We Want Room for the New Goods. A. '' w mist special sale of 2$ 1 Lirs of Wah Goods worth up to 20 cents per yard, Only 5c j tl Take your pick of the fol lowing specials, if we have the si : Laities' uUlrt WnUU at 25c worth tl.fi". lilldren'i uinlur Wttldtd at 8c, worth 1:.. W. C. C. corntn at 69c. worth 11.50. nill'Iren'M wool ami cotton hone at 12 1 -2c. worth :c. An Economist special sale of men's working pants at per pair, worth $1.25 per pair. An Economist special sale of men's wool over shirts at U5c each, worth up to $2.00 each Mail Orders. Unit Uv ntf ont of town who Wiali to lube mlVtinUtftf of Itiia .tle will pludsH vend order turly 111 order lo pet-vent UiMUpoii'tuif nt. Ordem will U tilled a long tui the twicM tori. Utj, but will U!itbcduidtLwr4 it Ultra; priLU. Aq KooooiuUt Hi-ecUtl tutleof SO lMecea of New Zephyr (lliigham ONLY 9c Per Yard. A genuine l'Jo valua. Colors uunraiitfrd. An Economist special sale of this season's new outing cloths, during this sale only, Dc per yard. SEW (IOODS. new See window display of areas goods- Call and inspect our new wash fabrics, new shirt waists, uew goods of all kinds. An Economist special sale of 100 pit tt s of percales at lie per yard, colors guaranteed; comes in figured blue, red, black and light colors, worth I2 cents pjf yard. An Economist special sale of Remnants of all kinds of w ash goods, choice at 5o per yard. An Economist special sale of men's grey kuit underwear at 10c each, worth 35c each. An Economist special sale of men's wool half hose at 3 pairs for 50c, worth 2$c each. The Economist .THE. DRY GOODS STORE. Our Uudrantfe Rttttr gixxla for ths name nionoy, or nm Kota for ltt nioupy than elnswliere.