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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 29, 1898.
WILL GO TO SPAIN!
WuMuiduu, Apr. J irt. -Itie bouM nill
lurj tlii enuiuimM dm arowl to in-
Particulars of the
PROQRESS OF WAR OPERATIONS OUTLINED,
Washington. April 39. It In th plan
of th drMtrlnii'iit to woit a flvt to Ku
ropoKu wim jiMt no Mwa m tli block
ding operation in Cab are enmpletod
and tli regular arm; U lamlmt on. lb In
land. Til flnnt formed for thin
pnrpnM will protiab'y b eomptwed of tli
rhlng squadron, ramforord by fvral
fat nd powerful Ten-els, to mak it a
match fur lb BpanlHh flwt Dow rendei
voiixlng at th Capo Verrt lWnd. It
Will probahlr k fie HpanlaMn at their
prewbt aUilon or at the CaQarle, or on
tbelr nwu enat.
(t In the determined poller of th Davy
to fore the tlghting no an to end tha war.
The present eonr- In Onba aeema to
niake for long delay, but the movement
are credited an merely preliminary, and
tha real righting will commence jut ao
anon an the troop are landed In Cuba,
and tha Mwkade of tha Inland effected.
Bpanl.h Oralaara Canalo.
London, April 29. A dixpati'h from
8t. Vincent aaya that four fcpanlb eruW
era and three torpe lo boat dtMiroyer ara
presumed to bar gone toward! Cuba.
Traopa at Kay West.
Key Weat, April 29. Tha troop ship
randier arrived thin morning frvni
Hampton Koail with 8 0 uiartue. coo
Toyed by the Mouigomery.
HSAZ1L II A UUOD IRIINO.
alia U a Powarrul VmmI aw
Along aa Kieort.
Pari. April 19. A dispatch received
here (rum Klo Janeiro aouounoea that
tha dyuamlie emitter Niotheroy, pur
Cbaeed by the Uutted Hlatea, will aall
north ard ou Hatorday ueit, enoorled by
' Oabaa Krrugea.
Kingston. Jamaica. April tit. Over 440
Oermuu, britisb, ubau aud American
refuge Hr rived this morning at fort An
toulo from bauliugo de Cuba.
Wkar Ike lulled atataa Army and flttU
New Yolk, April 2W A special to the
riorid Inui Waebiugton aaya: It le
laud nu tba highest auihorny that the
prrpaiaili'iia lor actual bualiUtlM eon
template llieee operallous:
iiet Openli.g iugru to Cuba for a
reliel eliip lo bear au puea lo iba recon
reiitraoim ai.d the co operation of the
I'uuimI Hiutea iiav .l f rcea wub the lu
o ti.h.1-Preventing the Hptiulxh fl -et
In III" l'lil lpliiea j lining tnrcea w,t i
thrt bfanieh Qeete lu the Cape Verde
Uiiii.ilr. ard I ubau watera. Iiitructiuiie
to CouimiHlure U. ey are i ot to ebell
M iniia, unlesH the foriitlcetioUN anaall
the AmiTiCau An eutfagMUient, If
auy occur-, will be precipitated, by the
Third ibe dying squadron la to be
held at Kurt tluuroe ae a renerre fleet, but
will be drawn upon If nereeaary to pro
tect the uufortiUed cities The equad
ron may reinforce raaipaou'e equadrou.
Kourth Uuardlug the approachee lo
the cities on Uie north and middle At
lantic coaU Ij regular warship and
Kif h Hurrle.1 preparations for trans
portation of the laud forcee now at
CbickMuianga. to Tampa or New Urleant
for eu.barkation to tuba. It la expected
that General Uilea will leave Washing
ton on Htiuday to assume actual com
mand of the land forces.
Washington, April 2U The sum of
m,ooo,(M aeked tor by Secretary Alger
will be included In the general deflcieucy
. 1 he house during the afternoon con
tinued to di'hate the war revenue bill,
alcMillln offered amendment to strike
out bond provlnion and Insert Income
Walker (Wane ) offered amendment to
make bonds redeemable after oue year
and payable after three year. It wae
Washington, April 27. Democratic
senators will caucus this afternoon to
decide upon the ct urae to be pursued re
gardiug war reveuue, especially with
reference to the boud provielou.
Purucal la Naatral.
Lisbon, April 29. Portugal's neutrality
decree wan published to-day. It forbid
the equipment of privateers In Portu
Pxik Trala la Mealoo MmU Wllh a Tar
San Francisco. April 29. News has
Just reached the city of a terrible explo
sion of powder being carried by pack
train to Colonel iJanburu's Candelaria
Hamilton 17-JewaI Railroad Watches $92 60
Elgn 2l-Jwl Railroad Watchen $28.00
These are adjusted and rated In three positions, and are eased In open-face
Bllvertne screw bevel eases. We guarantee them to pas Inspection or refund money
Leading Jeweler, R. R. Ave.. Albuquerque. N. M.
Wfttcb Inspector for Banta Fs Railroad. We make a specialty of Watches for Ball
mine In Hexlno. The explosion took
place noar Han Vicente, state ot Hlnalao,
April 4. It Is reported that 418 boxea of
p wder and au.lKlO caps exploded with
such force that fifteen men aud sixty
uiuiee were iiuea.
HBnlh T Oa Mai Was Klllwt.
Madrid. April 29 An official an
nouncement aays that tha fortifl -atlous
of MatantaN did not suffer by the bom
btrd metit, and not on man was killed or
woniide-1. The Imparcial says that one
mute was miea.
Selk leal Sail.
8t. Vincent. Cape Verde. April 29 -The
Mauisn neei aaiiei in a suutherniy di
rectlon at 8:30 o'clock.
Manila, April 29. The government has
roro.dden the use of cipher dlapatcbH.
PORTUGAL'S PROCLA at ATIOST.
Nnlralltr UwrM ( That Ooaatrjr la the
Lisbon, April 29. The Lisbon Official
Hatolte lo-d.y publishes the neutrality
decree of Portugal In the war between
palu and the L'uited StaUsa. It eoutalus
Kiret Forbid equipment of privateers
in rortugueee waters.
Second Korblds entry of privateers
into rorttigueae waters.
Third Permit belligerents to make
short stays at Portuguese porta.
Kourth Deduce legitimate trade as re
gards belligerent and forbids trading In
goorie which may be considered eoutra
band of war.
Klfth warns Portngnee and foreign
ers of Portugal against actions contrary
to the security of the state.
Hlxth-Kefuae protection to any In
fringers ot the decree.
Pleat Mat Wltk AMldant,
8t. Vlueeut, Cape Verde Islands. April
29.-7 p. m. There has been a collision
among the vemela of the HpanieQ fleet
aud some bave returned here.
Washington, April 29 Senate adopted
the ooufereee report on the naval appro
Kkt WMT ADTICM.
Had Croat skip Stata or Talaa tab Tad
aa a Uoapital
Key West, Kla.. April 29 The email
Apain b sloop lCugracIa, capturwl by the
United Htaiee gunboat Newport yester
day, whs brought here this morning.
I he Engracia had a crew of seveu men
and a cargo of nn.
The I'tUcers ot the Newport say that
the capture Is Important. In view ot the
fact that the little vessel was attempt
ing to carry Into Havana the news ot the
nixTrmeut of the Culled 8Ute fleet.
The Ked Cross ship, 8tle of Texas,
with nurses, provisions and medicines,
Ilea here awaiting the arrival of Miss
Clara Barton, presideut ot the Bed Cross
The State ot Texas will be need as a
hospital ship for the troops and Matte ot
the United States.
Tha riant Will b Moaday.
London, April 29. The United State
fleet Is not exnected to reach Manila un
til Hunday. the Spanish fleet has been
divined iu two and reinforced by a Urge
Protaat el Conaula.
Madrid, April 29 Captain General
Blanco In bis report ot the Malauxa
tHimtiardmeut. ears that the French and
German consuls entered protests on the
grouua tuat uo previous notice was glv
WILL ATTACK SPAIN.
A mar lea IImI Will Probably Go to Spala
New York. At 29. A special to the
Journal frum .uabiugton says: The
board of strata . says that as soon as It
becomes apparent that the Spanish flj
ttlla d(MM not iuteud to cross the Atlau
tic, the Canary Inlands In the Atlantic
and oue of the Halertrlc Island In the
Mediterranean, probably Minorca, will
be seli-l by the l ulled State ae base
It the Spanish fleet does not come to
us the board decided that, to end the war,
the I nlted Stales must attack Spain at
London, April 29. Lead and sugar are
advancing rapidly, owing to the war.
OlMBaalag Bvaa BIIL
Washington, April 29 In the house
Bland (item., Mo.) dlscnseed the bond
feature of the reveuue bill. The demo
crate, he said, could never agree to Issue
any more "oolu" bonds, which would be
construed nnder republican admiuletra-
. lion to moan nothing bal gold. H ar
KUrtl til aJViMuiiii ui tu iimndit
Ootiiitia ut lu silver avtrfuorkgit.
ot- iu uumuer u( VjimiMr to D
riM-d (riitn lu Dulled Bil at Urgt
(rum to u.uoo. I bit will silow tu
ulialuMU. ol lu,i.J Imuiiiu.
Sra May oln apala.
Paris, April 29. It I auuouiiOed that
exiiBordiuarv uavat aud military acur
Ity la dinpiajetl Ibrougiioul Krauee. All
Ibe aliips reoeuliy luuuiliSrd are kept lu
Drilling trim, lu rrwtrv expect to
im end ouu
Traopa Bad HalUnea aa Htita lraa Chat-
taaoo to tbo ProBt,
ChattanooN, feuu., April 29. The en
tire eight bauerie oi artillery, beeiuea
tbe l euly luurth lufautry aud lour
eumpauleaul Die Nlutb cavalry, broke
CaOip to day, under order to proceed tu
lamp, r lav, at once, itiougo uo intl
nialiou ot ibe ultimate destination of
lb troop ha been n'Veu out here, there
I uo doubt in lb miud ot lb omoersol
the Immediate Invasion of Cuba, or at
leaet Ibe Capture aud occupation of eouie
Cuban eeaport, I In poutemplatlon lu
order to open a line ot communication
with the Cuban force aud act in co op
erntlon with those force In the Inuuedi
ate relief of the starving reooncentradoe
and driving the Spnulsh forcee from the
BOMBARDMENT UP NAMTANXAS.
Partner Partlralar of I ho Rnmant or
AnrloB Plaot Wllh Spsnlah Hatlarlrs.
On board fltirihlp New York 38. via Key
west, April m AInmiI BOO shots were
fired during the bombardment ot Man
tar it, I114 of which were from the New
lork. I he cruiser Cincinnati did won
derftilly rapid work with ber batteries
The monitor Puritan took careful aim
with her 12-lncb monster. Ibnee ou
board the flgihlp who never before bad
been on a warship when she fired both
bitlerle at once, thought the experience
not so bad a anticipated. The noise of
the guns deafrned eouie slightly, but the
timely application ot wool to the cam
deadened Its rffect.
The town of Mantanias at no time wa
in danger from our Are. It the Spall
lards had any killed It must bave been lu
the formication. Several persons on
board believe that the Spaulsh loss wae
Washington. April 19 The senate to
dav adopted the conference report on the
naval appropriation bill, aud then ad
Journed till Monday.
Troop Lvlng Mobil.
Mobile, Ala., April 29.-1 he Tenth and
Twenty second Infantry will break cami
at 5 o'clock to-day aud leave at 7 p. m
Moaltor Terror Bad ttaaboat Maahlaa
eaaoaede epaalah rort.
New York, April 29. The Kvenlng Post
prints a special from Key West, which
says that a report is current there thai
the city ot Cardeua was bombarded yra
terday. A t'.l-ipatch to the Wall Street News
agency save that the monitor Terror and
gunboat Machlat bombarded Cardeua.
killing many Spaniard, but after an
hour' tiring the batteries of the euem
The Kveuing Post special from Key
West aays: "Reports from the tlockad
lug fleet this morning were to the effect
that the bnuihardmeut ot Matanta on
Monday waa followed yesterday by the
bombardment ot Cardenas, east of
of Maiantaa, on the north coast of Cuba.
At that station were the moultor Terror
aud the guuismt Machia. A shot from
the shore batteriee provoked them to Are
bark. For two hours Cardenas withstood
the bombardment. Then the ancient
guns, which did no damsge to the ships,
su Idenly grew silent.
New York, April 29 A Key West spec
ial to the Press aays: Captain llarrlug
ton, ot the moultor Puritan, deiile the
reported bombardment at Cardeua. He
was in the viciulty of Cardenas at the
time the bombardment la said to have
occurred. He say the batteriee are too
fur lu shore to be reached.
Troops Ordered to Florida.
New Orleans, April 29 The First reg
iment had hardly got Ita teuts lu posi
tion here Wheu It was ordered to proceed
to Florida immediately, wbeuoe It will
be sent lo Cuba.
Sliver Amandmaata Defeated
Washlugtou, April 29 All amend
ments offered by the silver men to the
bond provision of the war revenue bill
The McMillan amendment to substitute
an Income tax for the boud section was
defeated, 1J3 to Hi.
Th Cow Hoy Brglnaaat.
Santa Fe, April 29. Captain Leonard
Wood, of the army, who was the drsl
persou given authority by the war de
pattment to raise one ot the regimeuU
at large provided tor in me volunteer
army act, Is expected In this city to-morrow.
The place at which he Is to enlist re
emits are (iiithrie, Ok la.; Santa Ke, N. M.;
I'hoenlx. Ant : Carsou City. Nev : Hall
Lake, I'tah; Cheyenne, Wyo., and Boise
City, Ilaho. This 1 the regiment or
which lion. Theodore Koonevelt. now
assistant secretary of the navy, Is to be
Rol Spelgelherir, Chan Sheurich and
Cha. Warner. of -inula Fe, are the bonds
men ot Tbo. Tucker, who was bound
over to await the action of the next
grand jury of Mania Fe county. He is
charged with the murder ot Hlppolilo
Straved A small bay marei letter M
on left hip; two loug wars ou right hip;
shod on front feet. Leave at zlo Carrol
Alexander McMlllen, of Gallup, Is her
on bis way to tsage t ity, Kan. He is
brother of Tbo. McMllirn, the depot
For Sale, Cheap A Chli kerlng piano, a
mau's bicycle and a stirry, at 424 south
hdltb Street. KeV. F. II. Allen.
Board Wanted By yoflug man In prl
rate Jewish family, for a tew weeks.
Address. N. 0., care ClTl.KN.
Judge H. I Warren, who was at Santa
Fe ou the I in ker owe, returned to the
elty last tilght.
Otto Arnold and wife, who have friends
In the city, are at the Grand Central from
The civil engineer and surveyor, W. 0
Beeor, was a paeeeuger for H luulow last
Mrs. Oavld Leaser, residing on west
Copper avenue, le reported quite 111 to
day. Dr. J. F. Pearce waa railed to Los La
Das this morning ou professional duty.
Thirty varieties ot ehees at the Ban
Joet Uawrr to-morrow.
THE SPAM FLEET I
Spanish People Deceived bj tha
They Were Led to Bellcre That This
Fiect Was Ready to r'.fhL
Rcvuliiiloi Imminent aad tupabilc Hy
Be fctiablltiue la &pia. '
TU fUATO II At CADIl.
Madrid, April 29 It Waa announced
oftlmaliy leu dajt ago that the Octet bad
KU lap Verde lor Auterio. Alter
ward Admiral Berinljd, miuisler of
uiariue, toid the publ.e that tue Heel wa
uaif way over the is'mii.
1 ne guVeruuieut' deception ot th peo
ple I leeeUleU bitterly.
though uoibing le said a to the
Course the fleet I now taking If the
goverumeut' story ot it departure le
true tbla time ii Is left to be Inferred
that lh ships have started for America.
An otilcial announcement aays that th
deel winch sailed Wan ootupined of the
drst class armored cruisers Cristobal Col-
lulaul Man Teresa, Aluiiranle
Oqueudo aud Ylacaya, th torsdo boat
dentroyera Furor, 1 error and Pi u ton aud
the transport City of Cadis.
Public ludignalton at being trill d
with lu reference to the Cape Verde fleet,
ot which great thing are expected, was
Intensified by the new that the battle
4hlp Peiayo reached Cadu to-day.
It wa supported that the Peiayo and
the kuiperador Carlo V were on the
other side of the ocean preparing to
bombard New Yoi k.
It the navy fail to Come op to the
'XtravHgaut expectation and meet witb
erious reverse there will be an uprising
of the people which will be Irrlsistable.
the very least that may be looked for
then I the overthrow ot the Sagaeta
WARTKD TO UasIHOr A MONITOR.
A Spaatah Sailor th Portia Attempt
ed to If all Poardar MaalBO.
Chicago, April 29 A special to the
Sews from Key West aays: II 1 asserted
iu authoritative quarters that a fpuiard,
Charles Giasiu, waa discovered tamper
ing witb th largest uiagaxlua on the
monitor Puritan on Sunday afternoon,
the tHpublard was drilling hole In the
bulkhead of the twelve Inch magaxlue.
ii has been six years In this navy and
rates a a storekeeper. Ii Is now In
The court found him guilty and res
'imaieinla a Court martial. Hi suspici
on sctlnns during the last two weeks
rtouvinced Captain Harrington, com
mender of the Purltau, that the nian
'iHrbored the Insane notion to make
ilmelf a stcrlUce and destroy th moul
tor by Igniting tbe contents ot the mag
sklue. . , v a - o
Washington, April 29. Secretary Long
received a brief dispatch from Admiral
Sampson reporting tbe firing on Ma
tauxta. Tbe admiral say that a few
-hot were throwu at the defense. He
ive no details.
Sailor to bo Shot
New York, April 2 A Key West spec
ial aays: A sailor on th moultor Puri
tan has been convicted ot treason. He Is
a f pmilard. lie wa caught filing the
lock of the magaxlue, found guilty by a
drum head Court martial aud seutenced
to be shot.
Washington, April 29.-Secretary AUer
has submitted a detlclency estimate ot
fU.Ooo.uoo to cover additional army ex
penses to July first.
Chlcxo nuwi aultt
Chicago. April 3. -Cattle BoetuU.
3.u; mark-t. steady.
Beve ft (s'4.V2o; cow and heifer,
t2 2.rtt4oi; Texas steers, f :UMCiVi:
dockers and feeders, $3 "iKdt "5.
nliei- Heeelpls, h,i; market steady.
Native sheep. i;i. i.'ua i. ini: wenterus.
3 bu4 lainlw, un.4u.G0.
Cbtaoao Ural Warkat.
Chicago, April 29. Wniat May,
HSi; July, tw'ic Corn April,
oM'.r; July, We. OatH-Aprll. jc:
New York, April 29 Copper, U Wo.
New York. April 29. Money on call,
minimally, 1 per cent. Prime
mercantile paper, t7.
Sllrar au,i l.au.
New York, April 29. Silver, W'i;
Uad, $3 60.
Washington, April VW The revenne
bill passed the house by IHt to 129 vote.
WILL OO TO SANTA PR.
Order of War Department Iord by
Adjutant tlaaaral tlaraoy.
Capt. Max Luna received a telegram
this afternoon from A'Jutant General
U'Tsey, at hanla Fe, coiilalning some
nuortant news lu regard to the inove
meut of troops to that city, and It Is
more than likely that Capt l.una, with
his seventy odd enlisted cavalrymen, will
leave to night for the territorial capital.
being Joined hereby Lieut. Green and the
Gallup contingent, and they will likely
continue together to the capital ou the
delayed No 2 passenger train
Later A telegram received by Captain
Luua. at B:H0 p. ui , f r m th adjutant
general, Informs him to leave this even
GEO. C. CAIHSLEV
ail, UMuatta wiviisj
ing with hi troops for Santa Fe, railing
ou tha Seni here for the Ueceseaty
transportation, and have the men bring
along with tbrui ihe r blanket.
Tim it win be seen that the order of
the war department, making Ihlacltv the
Painp of Instruction and rendil'ou for
the New Mexbm troop, has been Ignored,
and Camp Mile, born (or a few hours.
win soou De forgotten.
W. ft. thl iers nt tiord a bale of his hay
in a suspiciou place last night and
thinking thai eome oue bad placed it
there t. steal It during tbs night, he ha I
a policeman watch It. About S o'Cbs k
th: morulng a man came along In a
wagon aud wa going to load ou the bay,
When b wa arraeled.
He said that the bale wae given him
by Frank Anaya, who work for Mr.
Clillder. An? con filmed thi atate
meut and said that be gave him the bale
ot bay as a recompense tor banting a
load ui dirt for Mr. t'lilldera.
The prisoner wa then discharged by
the nurshal, as wa also Auaja by Mr.
4tlllUS HtllKllt INJIRRO.
Kaa Over by the kla- aud Hlal'ollor Hon
Judge W. C. Hi acock met with an ae
cldeiit yesterday atternoou while return
ing home from Hiand. which be Is not
likely H forget for a long time and
which will not be recalled with tbe most
pleasant of feeling. A the stage wa
being drawn up an Incline from the
ferry, which had carried It across th
K10 Grande to the landing on this
side of the river, a part of the landing
broke aud the stag and horse dropped
Into the ilver. Jmlg lleacoek wa sit
ting 011 the high seal with the driver and
was thrown to the bottom of th river, a
distance of about eight feet.
The front wheel of the stag passed
over til head and liefore he could get on
his feet or I' e stag could be stopped be
wu fastened between the hind wheel and
a large boulder. Kffoit were made to
pull lilui up with main force but they
failed aud It wa ueceeeary to drive the
wagon ahead a couple of feet to release
him and In so doing the hlud wheel
ps-ed over his left shoulder.
Th Injured msn was cared for by Dr. J.
P. Pearce aa soou as be reached this city.
Th doctor I ot the opinion that the
shoulder boll Is broken aud that It will
be some time before Judge Heecock will
be a snry as ot yore and he will not be
aids to Join the iihvy as soon a h ex
scted. It Is not thought, however, that
h h received any Injuries of a perma
nent character aud bis friends hope to
se Mm egaiu ss vigorous a ever.
City Cleik Uedler wa on the etage
with Judge lleacoek but wa sitting In a
safe position In th rear, so be wa not
Injured In the accident.
The Albuquerque base ball club was
orgautied tor the season the other night
0. H. blxon was chosen preeldeut; George
aj Cundiff, secretary and treasursr; M.
A. Held, manager and captain. Ths
player are as follow: McCarthy, second
bane; King, short stop aud president;
Vonirg, third bane; MoCue, left field;
Hale, center Held and catcher; Keith,
right field; R. McDonald, catcher and
center Held; C. McDonald, catcher and
Ckiel. Max Luna, who Is here person
ally attending the recruiting ot th ear
airy company, was called to Los Louse
this morning in response to a meag
that hi mother wa quite III. He re
turned In the afternoon, and the recruit
ing station, on Gold avenue adjoining
Thi Citizen cilice, wa again as lively a
It was yesterday. First Lieutenant
Hreen and fifty ravalrynien from Gallup
are expected to arrive here this eveulng.
Ilfcld HroH. have a window scene at
their big Store which will do you good
to see It la a handgun representation
f th Maine, made out of linen, aa It was
before being blowu up by the Spaniards.
as a back ground there 1 a lurue Ameri
can fltg with th Inscription, "Itemem
ber the Malue," which with numerous
smaller flags, make the scens.li spirlug
as well a beautiful.
For the past few dais P. F. McCann.
ch'ef clerk at th Santa Fe freight depot.
naa been absent from his poet ot duty.
An Inquiry of IL K. Gentry, who Is olllcl-
ating a chief clerk, revealed the Infor
mation that Mr. M '1'anna Is suffering
from soma kind of throat trouble, and
will probably remain at home, under the
care of a doctor, for several more days.
Miss Klla Ahrams and her sli-ter. Mrs.
C D. rWittmimb, deelre tothank all those
who assisted as performer at the Star
minstrels and to those of our eltlxens
ho so generously contributed to the suc
cess of the show by their attendance.
The secretary of the New Mexico Bu
reau of Immigration, Hon. Lorlon Mil
ler, wus at Santa Fe yesterday. He re
turned to the city last night, and en
Joyed reading the war bulletin at Tuk
Citizen cdllce this morning.
County Superintendent B. F. Perea
returned from Hernalillo yeeterday
where he report the county schools do
lug very well under ths management of
brother Gulrlel and Bister Margarett.
A letter from Fort Grant, Arlsnna,
state that the hospital corps of the reg
ular army, stationed there, have bteu
not 1 rte l to be prepared to move at a mo
Her. Dr. A P.Morrison, superintendent
or in Mlglleh Mission Of the Methodist
Kplxcopal church Is eip cted to arrive to
ll I till t. He will hold service bereSutiday,
Sweet breads, spur rlba, pork tender
loins, brains, spring lamb, chlrkens
ducks, turkeys, farm sausage. SiN Joe
Andrea Romero, of th fiold avenne
meal market. Is at his sheep ranch laniti
ii g. He will not return for at least ten
Albuqnerqii Guards, Company G. will
h Id a drill this evening, and all mem
bers are requested to attend.
C W. Medler, city clerk, who wa a vis
itor Ui Bland the other day, returned to
the city last nlghl.
Picture frame. Whitney Co.
In Quality, Style and Price
Is Ocr Wish. . . .
The Kind of Ladies Shoe. We Have
and the Prices We Are Selling
Them at has Placed us ahead ol
Competitors. We are trying; to
Give the People ol Albuauerque,
the Best Shoes that are Made at
Reasonable Prices. We Warrant
Our Goods to be Just as represent
ed. Our Shoes will cost you a
little more than shoddy stuff, but
they arc the cheapest in the end.
(tellable Shot Dealer..
122 S. Second St.
Mail Order Given
and Promptly Filled
Our Saturday Special
Extraordinary Bargains for this Saturday. Unheard of
Values in Mon's Pants and Shirts. Thcso aro all odds and
ends aud Drummer's Samples. Como early and have first
pick, before the sizes aro broken.
Eight Dozen Odds and Ends and Drummers' Samples of
Negligee and Working Shirts, in Outing Flannel, Madras
Cloth, Duck, Etc, in checks and stripes. Worth up
to 75c and $1.00. Our Saturday's Price only. . . . 35
Seventy-five pair of All-Wool Pants in Oashmoro and
Choviot. These aro Odds and Euds and Drummer's Samples,
consisting of Stripes, Checks and Hairline Patterns, which
sell regular at $&00 and 8.50 a pair.
These Prices Positively for Saturday Only. Soo
WH ITNEY COflPAN Y
Furniture and Carpets.
AO Pattern. 10c ana 15c
Weaves, worth 75c
your order, the total cost of which will bo less than a ready
Select a Novelty in either Colored or Black Dress Stuffs
from our stock, worth from 75o up to tho best in our Dress
Goods Department, and wo will charge you for making and
Finding only $2.00. (Wo do not mean Plain Weaves.)
And of Course the Material of Your Selection Extra
At this prico for making and tin lmj;,$2.00. We cannot mako
up goods that huvo been bought of us before. Wo mean only
such goods as aro bought of us during this Sale of Black and
Colored Novelty Weaves, worth 75c and upward.
The Lining will be Percaline or Silesia with Velvrteen Binding and the Skirt
will be made perfectly plain and by one of the best dressmakeis in town.
If I T
204 Railroad Avanue, Albuqurqu, N. M.
THE II EST LIGHTED WORE IN THE CITY.
ing of a Skirt Opportunity 1
Just now vvhilo you aro doubtless pon
dering over what you shall wear comes
If you will select
of cither Colored
and up. wo will mako
Agent tor Butter
ick's Pattern and
Dr. Jaeger TJt
Stif:i ail Curtains.
Day as Received.
material for a skirt
or Black Novelty
and fit a Skirt to