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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 30, 1098.
ON HAVANA FORTS!
Blockading Fleet Silence the Ca
banas Guns in Fifteen Minutes.
SHELLS STARTLE STRICKEN SPANIARDS.
Atlanta. Ga., Aprtt 80. A spaclal to
tha Jourual from Kf Wimt, : Fort
Cabauaa, a small fortincd town, thirty
IW. nillm went ot Havana, waafirttfl opun
Friday Toning anil deionllahed. Firing
bgu at OJJii. and luted Dfun mlntitaa.
Ten abut wore Bred from the New Yurk't
tiatt.rir. 1 ha flrot bt wan Orrd by the
Spaniard. The Ntw York and Helena
tried tu draw tire from the batteries of
Havana and liarlel but failed.
About dod thi New York tearad op
the wiwt eoaat. Following the U ig-ilitp
at quite a dUiaune fame Ilia Iowa, In
diana, Hflena aud the torpedo boats
I'orter and Krrlowo. After Havana wa
)iHHed, where the Hlna want It
vlnee that a rrah of inns from Morro
eaxtle waa momentarily expected, the
ehlpe, with the exrepltnu of the torpedo
Ixwtx, rnturnml to thxlr eUllon.
Admiral Hamiwon sent the fUjstilp
New Yurk dipping merrily farther up
theeoant. At I'abanaa the Porter anil
Krlerwn pm-hed ahrad. Buddriily there
wan the roar of a heavy gnu, a puff ot
emoke from the shore and the little tor
perio boats cameeenrryliiR bark under lee
of the fUirxhlp. The rtllnera and men
dleappeared from the deck of the New
York like niagte and one all iueb nun
from the bow blched forth. Aimth-r
i shot from the flaghlp. one more from
ehore and the tort gun were silenced.
Three us inch ehella eufBeed.
Kive more abole put a quiet n no the
fivrtlflratlona. The Bret eliot wm Bred at
:. At 6:33 the New York let go with
two alt Ineh ehella, one at eaeh fortlBea
thin to somplete the J b. There wa. no
newer. Ten rntriuUM later the aag-htp
let go her two eight Inch turret guua,
ami the ehrleklng ehella left a trail ot
Are eally een In the drk. The New
Yotk tin d put !' k lo ber elation.
IT wti A aaniwuH.
Ta. analB( Wa of Urn Parties! la.
portons Maralv ta PraolKa Oaaaar.
Key Meet, April SU In ruing boat
tat th Bring by Hie fl g-hip New
Yo a lent night ww)nn Cabaiia. a email
furt ahnnt ten mile t of Vlariel. the
turpeiln Ikihib furtet and Knccaun Were
ei'iMiung on the coant, when a urn ill bat
tery nKiicd flre Ukiu tliem with a ranid
Bee nun. I he turpwlo boat quli k y
withdrew and HDllOe.1 the Bigehlp which
Whs ri ill-Hill elnwlv lu a weelerly dlree
tl'in. The New York prumptlv returmd
the Bre, ending In, It U wild here, about
twelve ehotx fnru ais aud eight I una
gniif. The btttertee aehnre made do re
0 ep uiae. The flrtng wa by no ffieaua Id
the nature ot a bouiharduieut.
AlKHICaN rt,Ek.T AT MANILA.
Trying- to reaimaalrata With tha fhlll
plaa lalaail. ln.uraar.ta.
Hong Kong, April 30 3:.i0 p. m. A
Valuer juet arrived I'om Vlanlla did not
eight the Am-rlcan flwt, which la aun
poeed to be la ebure trying to eoinmuul
rate with the lneurgenta.
It lit aatd to be Imnneelble for the
Amerlran flet to enter Manila.
Vara. Ckiw4 by Warahlpe.
Toulon, France. April 80. It ia aaid
that au American yacht, name unknown,
oa IW way to Mtrxmllrt, hm been ehaeed
iuto gaint Troptt by HpauUh warnhlpa.
BKIUN Ur TEHHOR.
aatlaao 4m Cab Hala( Daaarta4 by lu
Kltigrtnn. Jamaica, April SO - Advlee
from Santiago de Cuba aay that (eueral
Pud) no, eooiiuanding general of that dl
Tlelun, hea proclaimed that every man
between the agea of 16 aud 60 yeara
niUHt volunteer In the ripauteh aervlce
nuder penalty ot arreet, trial aud death.
A reign ot terror esutU In the city
TuoQMuda of the people leave nightly.
Portomouth, N. H.. April 80. The
eruleer Columbia arrived at noon to day,
ud anchored off the navy yard. Thou
eandi eorgrrgated along the river front.
Captain bauda, wbnee family la at the
navy yard, came aehora.
IMaCLTIHO THE BMOLUa.
Mob ta aaatlat da Coba flaaa the Brtt
Kingston, 1 tnialra, April W). Cabana
who arrived 1 the eteauier Remua aiwert
that etrong auU-brlllah feeling pre
vails In Santiago de Cnha. The etrwet
crowd cried 'Leath to the Kngluih'' In
trout of the BrltUh eonaulate aud threw
atouea at the eoneul, who baa charge of
the American relief work. The authori
ties plaoyl a guard over the Muaulate.
The Brltlxh couhuI at Sautlauo de Cuba
baa cabled for a Hrltinb warship.
MadlHon. Win., April 80. Will B. Kwtor
and William Fuller, robbera, arreetHl tor
the murder ot an aged couple and burn
Hamilton 17-Jwl Railroad Watch. $2 50
Elg'n 21-Jtwel Railroad Watebaa 128.00
Tbeat art adjmted and rated ta three
Bllvertne lorew bevel ease. We guarantee them to pan Inspection or refund money
Loading JoweUr, R. R. Ato Albaejoerqu. N. M.
Watch Inspector (or Banta F Ballroad. We mak a specialty ot Watche tor Rail
ing the bodle at Black Earth, on
Wednesday night, pleaded guilty, to-day.
They were aeuleuced to life Imprlaou-nieut.
Caatarad Aaathar rrtaa.
New Tnrk Anrtl an Tha Ktw Waai
apeclal aaya that the Dolphin captured
me ecuuouer im e va Havana.
Oarmaa able lor aaalla.
Kagaeakl, Japan, April 80. The eee
ond clam Uerman eruieer Irene, carrying
a crew of ov r 850 men, haa atarted for
Maulla, to pt otect lierman Intoreeta.
Hon m araiN.
Caa.al Oeaaral Mnwaa Rolataa RU Ei
aUlBg E&parteeaae at Baraaloaa.
Llvrrp-i.il, April 80. Herbert W.
Boweu, L'uited Htatea conaul general at
B trcelona le a t a-aeuger on the Etruna,
aatling tor New York to-day Toarepre
eentatlve ot the Aeaoclated Prem, B iwen
aiil: "Between April 18 and the night of
April 21, eight niuba ot over 1,MI0 perenni
each, ninde demonetratlona before the
eotieulate. The police with the civil
guard UHiially managed to dleperee them
"During the morulng of April 30. 4,000
people auddenly tilled the equare In front
of the coneiilate cheering lur Bpaln, and
utter ng other crie. I managed to pu"h
my way thrmigh the people until I got my
nark to the consulate and faeed the mub.
I bad hardly taken up my position when
I noticed a man a big aa myeelf (Roweu
ie about ail feet high) poehlng through
the crowd. He aloud beeide me. For
tunately the mob bad no leader eo for
quarter of an h ur, w two and tha moh
terod each other Then the online and
o'dtere arrived and tha mob melted
awav. I a-ke.1 tha atranger who tie waa
and be r. iil eit: I am Norman Harring
ton, of ChlcMirn. Tbia la my tirt dav In
Rtrcetnna. It eeem to me aa If th-re
will be annie lnurle for the eagle np
there, and I thniilit I'd take a bit of It.'
"The btggeat and ansrleat mob fath
ered on the niirht of April 21. There
were fully 6,000 or 7.000 people abont the
eunenlate They came for the ahleld,
ard when they fonnd It gone, broke out
In meet angry crlea Kventnally the po
lice attackeil the mob aud many people
"The chief of police eaeorted me to the
rallroa t etatiort with a Urge body of of
Boera and detective.''
HATAKA HABIOl MIMES.
C i part a, It w'll ba a Bard Jab ta
Take lb. City.
Minneapolis. April 30. A Duloth dla
patch to the Jourual aaye: Captain King,
a diver ot much experience, baa arrived
here. He eaya be waa employed three
moritha laet eummer In laving the mluee
of Havana harbor for the Bpauleh. He la
thoroughly familiar with the harbor aud
It strength, but algned article blndlns
hlmeelt to eecrecy aa Ut the location ot
the mlnea. Captain King aava: "It la
not going to be eaay to take Havana, I
think a long aiege will be neceeeary.
While preventing aopplie from being
taken lu, tli furta will have to be bat
tered down one after another,"
Left lor aaat of War.
Chattanooga, Tenn April 80. The
Ninth cavalry and Twenty-fourth infan
try le t Chattanooga on apeclal train for
Tampa this morning. Aa far aa learned,
no more troop will be aent aoutb from
here tor several day.
PAMlaa FLEET BIUBTED.
Tb Aaurlsaa Flaa at Maalla Oral.la
Hong Kong, April 80. The BrltUh
ateamer Memuon, from Uanlla, report
having aeen the BpanlMb flet erullng
ouUlde of Manila 8 he did not eee the
United Htate fleet It la anppnaed to be
cluee In ehore, trying to commnulcate
with the lUMurgeut preparatory to ouu
tlnulng on to Manila.
Cblcaca Urata Marbat.
rhleaao. April 80 Wheat Uav
1 July. W'tCMu. Corn April,
83c; Jnly, 84& UaU April, 81c;
Montevideo, Uruguay, April 80. The
goverumeut oaa forbidden pubilo ralaiug
of money for Spain.
New Tork. April 8o Copper, 110.
MO MEW ritUM MANILA.
Tb Aaiarleaa riaat Mai Belae Boat Otb
ar fort aa tba l.laad.
Washington, April St. No word baa
yet come from the Philippine, and, even
If there had been an action, the navy de
partment la ecareely in a way to hear ot
it for aeveral day. Kven If the commo
dore ahould manaire to land at Manila
he probably would be unable to operate
position. nd are eaed In open-fa
the cublw. Commolnre Pewey wonld fery
naeiy avoid aienua era eene nrtt anoth
er port, where the ineuriielita are In
greater atrengta and where there are on
toriiiiratloiii to ovireom, without bat
tleebip or a rtrong Und force.
ria.t Aala aaiL
8t. Vincent, Cap Verde Island, April
so. l he tr04trt aud torpedo boat
ailed tut tu truing.
New York.' April 80. Money on call,
atealy. IiiJ'i1 ur oeul. Prim mer can
ine paper, on i.
Rome, April ao. - Bread rioU eontlnn
invarloua parte of Italy
Tarrarltad, tarTln(, airk aad Dataerata
ropl af Caba.
Bantlago d Cuba. April dh The Been
leh auidiery threaten to kill every man
and outrage every Cuban woman left lu
the city, when the blockade begtua.
when the American fl -et appeam, ail the
nou comtiatarila will be expelled. The
governor Bciad for tb govi-rninent all
the large etore ot food lu private hande.
but the ehop atlll do buelneea whii
niuall rUm ka, prkwa doubling day by day.
Ou Monday, meat waa forty cent pet
pound, Tueeday (evenly eeute, ami to da)
a ilollnr. Other price lu gol I to day ar :
Klce t rent a pound, teaiia 21, Dour IV,
lard t; rhlrkeii are till) a plnce.
The Hpanleh eolillera, eepecially the
li k. are ahonilnnbiy fed. F m teen hun
dred elrk In the military hoepltal here
get nothing except beau np three time
a day, with au vuni-e nf meat to the
tlnte. A thouaand aoldlerH In the Pan
III hneplul had only (alt fl-h thie
week. The condition ar eo bad that the
ftpanlanla would alinoet rejoice to ur
reuiler after oue go ut flght.
han k raiLcac.
CaaMd by a Itatafratloa at tba fra.ld.at
I tba Coaaera.
Waehlneton. April X The eonip
trailer of currency to day received a tele-
grem from Bank Kxmiur Kwer, etat-
lug be had taken cliarirrt of the Hemp-
ehire county National bank, of North-
hanipton, ilita. 1 he preetdeiit, who. the
examiner enva I a defaulter to the
amount of (75,000 or IUO.ikm, I reported
mlaHlng. 1 he preeideut or the national
bank la aim preeldent of the Hampehlrr
Savins bank. The government exam
liter arranged through the elate examin
er for the luveetluaMon of the two bank
at the name time. making ItlmptaMlblefor
thuee In charge to traunfer funde from
oue to the other to cover np shortage
aaenl.h War Eaad.
Madrid, April 30 Great eff rt are be
ing made to Increaee the war fund Ho
Clety ladlea will preelde at the table to
collect money at all the Madrid churche
throughout the mouth of May.
Wanhlpa IbaU Maw paalah BaMarUa at
Washington, April SO. Secretary Long
matte public the following telegram
trom A laurel Bampeon:
"K y Weat, April 80. -The New York.
Puriuu and Ciucinuatl ehelled Punt
iiorda ut MalanxoM yt-elert ay to pteveut
the coUHtrucllou ot new batleriee which
thi-y were commencing. The Puriuu
haa been ordered to prevent auy renump
lion ot tbt work."
TBI NAVAL MILL,
It Waa Loaded Wlta AataadataaU aad
A-laailf (iuaa lo Coer.raaoa Coaiuilttaa,
Vtaehlngton, April 30 An agreement
ha beeu reached by which tltecoufereure
report on tlteuaval bill Will be Voted Upon
by the houee el 4 o clock to dav. Au addi
tion of lo.w 0 men to the marine corps la
the prluvtpal (Hilnl at Imrie.
lue reeoiuitou offered by Cannon
agnluat eouipeuHatlng naal oftleem for
Invention waa agreed to, aud the uaval
bill again goes to courereuce.
Tomorrow eveulng. over the ralelng
and paying of 11 Inlereet bearing debt,
the thuicu will Ceh hrale the eveul at
7:30u'i-liMk with au hUurl-al keu.-h by
rrol, uoiigiu. au addree by the paatttr,
mimlo and ri-J iiclng. The frienila of the
church are luvtted to come aud rejoice
Rio de Janeiro, April 30 8 p. m. The
warbhlp Oregon ha Juet arrived.
Before you purchaae an Acetylene 0a
Plant t'laiutiiB the beet maile. The Na
tion," which I uow lu operation at Ueo
Neher e place of bUNlueaH.
11. h. Kmuht & Co.,
Eii'luitlve Agents for New Alex loo, Arl
loua and lriite.
The "war bulletloa" dlHulayed at Tut
Citijsn olllce from 11 o'clock a. m. until
preea tune, 4 o'clock p. lu are takeu
(romthe A-aoclated Prrw report received
at tltl olilce, aud, aa far at known, are
correct, until coiilirmed or deuied lu later
report. The bullillu are giveu gratu
itous y. tor the beiienl ot our palroit
aud cilix-un generally, and everyleidy 1
rrque.tml to oonte and rend the bulletin,
and then buy copy of TuK Citukn to
get fuller account. Regular aubacrlb-
er. lu the future, lu order to avoid cou
fuelon aud mlHlttke. will have their pa
per delivered promptly by the regular
PoNtniaater Oronefeld'a attention I
agalu called to the fact that some peraon
or perxort are "ewiplng" coplea of Thk
Citizen mailed to eub-cribera regnUri
from thl tiftli-e. A letter of coiuplaliit
waa recelvetl thU morulng from a nub
acriber at Bin Water ami alao one from
Hoticks Tank, Arixoua. butu stating that
they had not received their paper for the
pax l few day The poelm oxter 1 re
queHted to iuveetigHte.
The tieer nerved at the popular Zelger
Cafe I drawn through the 't'hamplon
air pump," the beet manufactured for
the pttrpiate; heuce the lager U alwa
cold aud palatable. AImo remember, that
iKK-kwurnl" will be aerved at thl well
knowu reaort thl evening.
For Bale Blat kumlth outfit complete.
nearly new tool, ehop ha one of the
beet Maud in town, doing good bUHllieaH.
Satisfactory reason given for Belling.
W. A. lUitkln, Armljo building.
Mr. Thomas, reeldiug on weet cok!
avenue, and Mr. Lorenci Hubbell will
leave thl evening for Han Diego, Cel.,
where they will vlelt Mr. Joee C 1'erea
for several weeks.
Men'a Christian I'nlcn at Odd Fellows
hall, 4 p. lu Hntiject: "Full Manhood."
I Petor, II, 118; Kphaelana, Iv, 13. Hpeclal
music win tie reuuerea.
Kd. Bpitx. representing The Big
Htore' or iireia Bros., Is norm ou a
commercial trip. He will be absent
about four week.
Floyd W hltson, of the Wblteon Muslo
eompany, la expected bom from Raton
The larget lln of men's and boy'
crash aiilu ar ahown by K. L. Wash
burn & Co. i
flnnther" celebrated candles at tb
Jaffa Uruoery eompany.
Arrives Safely ia Net7 York
After Rcngli Passage. ..
America! Squadron, ta Comblie !
the Capture of Ilirana.
tasarfenta ef Philippine IiUnii CAptsrs
Important City big Baiiis Immlaeat.
ait a ri Mors to nctSAti woif .
New York. April 80. The American
line steamer Part arrived thl morning
(roio rioiilhamplon after a rough age.
After Clearing land April ti, CapUto
Watkln ehaiied hi Coorje tiorth, and
after a rou of thirty mile headed for
li me, keeping about thirty mile from
tlm usual course. I he Part will berw
ailer be knowu aa the Yale.
Good K.. for Tkl. Ollf.
Topeka, Kan.. April 80. Coiumenc'no
m Momlay, the working time ft all the
shopmen on the Haul re eyetem will bt
ncreaaeo ntleen hour thla wek. Ihif
will tucreae the pay roll 87 per cent.
Ia.arf.ata raptara a Cltf.
New Tork. April So. A dispatch to the
world from Hong Kong eat that New
Manila ha fallen Into the hands of the
inaiirgHnts, and It I reported by the rebel
leader In Hong Kong that the lueur
gents aay they will capture Old Mautl
within a tew day
War Skip. BalL
New York. April 80-Tbe Tnlted State
teamera bt. Is.ula and Harvard sailed
thl morulng Deattuatlon unknown.
K. port Ml that It Will Help la Ui Hadaw.
tloa r Havana.
New Tork. April 80. A epevlal to tit
Herald from waahlngtou ay: Imineitl
ately following th receipt of official In
formation announcing th departure of
the Hpaulsh fleet from HI. Vincent, aall
ing order weretseuet tothealugsquad
rou. Naturally, the greatest eecrecy le
itrterved a to the destination ot the flr
ing qujl roll, but it Is g-enerallv eoneeued
that the prohahlltttee point to the Im
mediate Junction ot tha armored veaaela
undi r Ouim"dore Hchlev and those coin
mniided bv Hear Admiral HauiD"n, and
placing till formidable force at a en
tral position, where they ran promptly
resist the attack ot the Hpanlsb fleet
tther noon the American coast or noon
the bltwkadlng squadron aurrouudlna the
Washington. April 80 It was reported
In navy department elrclee to-day that
the flvliif squadron waa about to aall
from Fortress Mouroe. OOlclala refused
to atUrm or deny th.a statement. It Is
itanuuied that If the report t 4'" the
vesels are to lie need a snouts to detect
th approach ot Hpanlsb vessels.
WILL raOBAHLT BLOCKADE.
City or Maalla Coasaiaaded byailtr Beavy
Hong Kong, April 80 It the report
current here are correct, the tutted
State Heel ha a dltunnlt task It la sal t
the entrance to Manila bay I commanded
by from ttrty to sixty heavy gun, well
placed, aud it will be Impossible for
American warship to enter the twv
without battleship or the co operation of
a etrong laud loroe. Therefore, It Is be
llered. Commodore Dewey will not at
tempt to force an entrance Into the har
bor, but will blockade until the Insur
gent move ou Manila.
Agent or the luurieuM here are try
ing to charter a steamer lu expectation
of being able to transport a force lo tbe
vicinity of Manila aud rapture the strong
(of trees of Cavite, Inside of Manila bay.
1 he cable to Uanlla la still Intact, but
the transmission nf newe reganll g mili
tary or uaval movements Is barred.
Dastrorius Park I'ropatty.
The Park association recently had a
nu in ber of new beuchi-e mad for the ac
commodation of visitors to the park.
i hey lied uo sooner been placed in posi
tion than some young men, w ho are get
tlug ready tor a aeuteuce lu the county
Jail, defaced them by whittling aud
drawing nasty cut
I he asMM-latlou to-day put op algn
warning eviryona from deetroylng or
mutilating pvrk prnnerty uu penalty of
flue from i to Aim. imprisonment In
the couuiy jailor both, aa provided for
by eectlou 10, i hapter lo, laws of lxtt7. A
strict watch will b. kept, aud all vio
lator ot this law will be punished to the
full eit-ul of the p-nalty aa a warning
to other evil doers not to follow lu their
W. P. MHgrane' viable of ten runner
Arrived last utght from Han Kranrlsoo
and are now stHb'ed at the Red barn.
They have been racing at 'Frisco all
wliitwr. and are to-dnv MtLractintr a irrest
deal of atleullom. Lee Slmuer's string
is due here to night, also from th Oak
laud track at Han r rancisco.
Pollca Ctiart M.wa.
W. H. Campbell waa run lu aa a vag
last night. He had In bis pusseasmu a
note elgned by J. W. (ireeu, marshal of
Gallup, saying that he hud giveu him
permisHion lo remain in lialiuii. ( amp
iwll explained, wheu brought before Jus
tice Crawford thl morning, that he had
agreed to enlist with the company at
(ialliip, but when he tried lo do eo he
wa rejected for lite reason that he wa
only 6 feet 44 Incite tall, while th re
quirement Was 6 feet 6 Incites, He then
came to this city, lie wa giveu a Job
GEO. G. GAINSLEY
for a few (1st. cleaning the street. Jos.
R. 1ti"nies and II. Richard, charged
wttn varaiic, we-e tvn five data on
. i. -. . . . . . . .
in Fiir-i k"k. n. aicvaonen.B nruoa
was administered a ntmllsr does.
A ailr.r vt Mdiag.
Mr. and Mr. A. H. Jnnee celebrated the
liver anniversary of their wedd-ng at
tn ir noine on aoutn Hroadway, on Thu
nay evening or thie week. Tbey were
the recipient ot a large number of cost
ly silver ei-tlclts, which they will cherish
the ru-ar deeply as being token of old,
Ammig tlioa prevent were: Mr. and
Mr. Plcard, Mis Picsnl and Mr. Mc-
Naasnr. Vr. Abram. Mr. nd Mra. W. W
fttron ir, Mr. and Mi. F. M. Kdillnga. Mr.
ana iw. Miewsri, wr. r,nR, Mr Hun
bar, Mr. and Mrs. II. K lUlirora, Mr. and
Mr Ainw rth, Mr. and Mr. Venn. Mr.
ml Mr. F. li. Pratt, Mr. and Mr. Rob
inson, Mr. aud Mrs. Clark.
New Sana Started.
Chllders ft Dohann yenterday mm
inenred a suit for Paul P. Hllss against
W. K. Harper for tlo.ooo on a pronnaeory
not riven by the defendant November
the Hsnkof Commerce ha. commenced
.tut against A. W. t llrtd. Jr.. et l, on
promiswy note for II IhO.
A suit has ban eo-n-n hic-mI by the ter
ritory lor the benefit of H. M. Folaom and
W. P. Metcaif (gainst L R. Harris et al
on attachmeut bond tor ll.tW damages.
Krai E.tata Trarfr,
D 8. rt'rren and wife to William
For, warrai tr dre.1 to a piece ot land lu
the Kernel hrowu tract.
- Jobn W. reen to Ictorl A. Green,
warranty deed lo lot In (isPno.
Jantea Moi'orrlslon and wife to Jamee
II. Madileii, quit claim deed to piece nf
property 6'xl4i feet, blork 4. F. Arm'Jo
1 uiero aoiittion, imutliig nurd street.
Jamrs II Madden to Kdwln H. limit sr.
warranty deed to th above described
property; consideration, fl0.
lieorge B. Oairant'er to John 8. Nee-
land et al., mining deed to S Interest lo
the Northland and Nlile mining claims,
Cochltl; consideration, lno.
Charles Ma'len to the Cochltt Gold
Minliic company, quit claim deed to the
Allen placer uilulug claim on the Peralta
P. J. McFarland to John 8. Neeland,
mining deed to all or grnntor'B Interest
In the MoKiiel and Miners' Union mlues,
ijoehitl; eon. Merallon. t.'iOO.
Hugh OuliiQ and wife to K F. Kenney,
warranty deetl to land In Gallup; cousld
prallou f 4iNt.
Trustt-e of the rrnperly of the First
CoiiRregatlnnsI church of Albuquerque
tn Anna L. Hand, warrxnty deed to lot 8,
Olork 4. Huutng'a Highland addition;
BIN OAT UIMNE.
M.lrusalltaa Ho.taaraat, 1 1 as. to I p at ,
for BS tata.
- Print.nlrr Ch laaeor.
P tolled Sh.d Msttred'Hot!.
Swrti Rirad. .n rialt Icon.
llraitM Lsmh wl'h French Pa.
RuM 1 1 .me Iii It. Apple tiaiu.
Pineapple Ice Cream.
i Card or Tbaak.
I deslrs to thank throngh the eolnmna
o' your paper, the preeideut and ottlcers
of ths Catholic Klroii and all the ladles
and gentlemen who assisted them.
A. M. MamdaLael I. J.
From tbe Armory last ulght (Friday), a
bicycle belougtug to A. Kverltt. A re
ward ot 'io Is bereuv i, tiered for ttie
arrest aud couvlotlon ot the thief.
Mra. M. Kreugel wishes to announce to
her customer that It will be perfectly
Impossible lo accept auy further or
der thi spring, a eh wishes to leavs
for California as Main a present order
ar completed, (the will be back In Hep
leather lu time for the early fall trade.
Uurlug her abeeuce dressmaking will
continue al her place of liUiluea under
tits directlou of Mr. A. Glover, who Im a
careful aud painstaking sewer.
For a good story about the muddy,
dirty harbor of Havuiie, wber Admiral
Sampson' brave sailor are, call on either
Kd. Qulckel or Hen. Hot he, of fie Zilger
Cafe, thm evening. lhey will serve
''buckwurst" to their friends, aud tell
yarns good enough to make the mol In
Madam Adelaide, scientific palmist,
from New York City, ha kiudly voluu
leered her rvioe lo the Womau's Relief
Corps, aud will give an eveulng' r ad
lug ou May H, at 117 lis 1 1 road aveuue
t ome and enj y a pleasant evening a
well as hi ll Ing out a good cause.
The Woman' Relief Corp of thl city
win giv a iiiis.uiHr social Friday eveu
lng. May 0, lu the vacant store room ou
Riilroal aveuue, nixt lo Atiel' cigar
tor, n in serve ice cream aim ease.
W. J. Wilson, formerly nf tbl city, I
here representing the n. ll. Kimbark
Hardware company, of Chicago Mr. and
Mr. Wilson uow recognlc Wludttld,
Kan., as their h me.
Mrs. W. M. Mi-Cli'llan, wife of tb pop
ul tr ex aliierinan ou south Third street,
will leave Monday night tor Denver,
where she will vl-ll relatives and friends.
A cement sidewalk is Mug . . on the
Third street side nf the lioushoe Hard
ware company' store lu the uew Aim J i
It will be "bock beer" and "bockworst"
at the popular SJ-iirer Cafe this evening,
and the latter will be servel at free
Mis Josephine AruiIJi, daughter of
Jentis Aronj i, la luiptovuig, alter a very
"Rockwurst" at (he Z-lger Cafe this
even Inn; also, "bock beer."
J. G. Kerr, of Demiug, N. M- Is In the
Picture frames. Whitney Co.
Io QnaTItT, Stylo and Price
IsCcrWa . , .
The Kind of Ladici Shocx We Havc
and the Price We Are Selling
Them at has Placed us ahead ol
Competitor. We are trying; to
Give the People of Albuquerque,
the Best Shoet that are Made at
Reasonable Price. We Warrant
Our Goods to be Just at represent
ed. Our Shoe will cost you a
little more than shoddy stuff, but
they arc the chcapeit in the end.
Rellabl Shos Dealrra,
122 S. Second St.
Mall Orders Given
and Promptly Filled
Our Saturday Special
Extraordinary Bargains for this Saturday. Unheard of
Values in Men's Pants and Shirts. Thcso aro all odds and
ends and Drummer's Samples. Oomo early and havo first
pick, before tho sizes aro broken.
Eight Dozen Odds and Ends and Drummers' Samples of
Negligee and Working Shirts, in Outing Flannel, Madras
Cloth, Duck, Etc , in clucks and etripos. Worth up
to 75c and $1.00. Our Saturday's Price only 35
Seventy-five pair of All-Wool Pants in Cashmere and
Cheviot. These aro Odds and Euds and Drummer's Samples,
consisting of Stripes, Checks and. Hairline Patterns, which
soil regular at Jf
These Prices Positively for Saturday Only. Soo
Furniture and Carpets.
AH Palttrtu 10c and 15c
JU i I ! Jul
Is shopping headquarters for all economical people of the Territory. A
regular supply center for people. Wc use every eff jrt to make this atore
exc 1 in 'ita stocks," "its qualitien," "its points of accommodation" and be
yond ail question "its very low prices."
Priro That Argun Stronger Than Words.
loo d 2 n Lhi dtrns black
from 5 to 8 and extra ln. This Week.
Sprtiil 4 palrafur '25c
2$ dozen Ladies' musjn owns, made ioni
ard full with rufll and tucks. All nizen.
This wr-eV at 35c Eiu h
35 pieces f Lhwiij and Orgaudies, nice dc
sijriis and rhet-r rood. Regular 15c quality.
Sptc'al this wek 10c a yard
2$ puces of peitales in new
stripes. Special while they lat.
B Une lot ct main Linen Kemnants. I'teo s
run from 3 to 10 yards. Regular 15c goods
Speciil to clear out. only 8c a yiird
Another lot of ladies ribbed vests in white
and ecru nicely made and taped. Special
only Su caeh
A special lot 13 pieces of Dress Goods, all
new Spring designs bought to sell for consid
erable more money than we ask, and to make
them more lively we place on them a special
price of only 50 a yard
A new line of MHul Italia.
A new line of Velvet Helta.
A new line cf Silk ltelt.
A new line cf Army Helta.
IE I STO!
3.00 and 3.50 a pair.
ana fcd.&O a pair.
and Cueful Attention Given to Mail
204 Railroad Avsnue, Albuquerqu.
L10I1TKI) STORE IN THE CITY.
hose, all uen
. ,7 o yard
Th Flntt Lin. of LidUt, Milan and Chili an Fmcy
ParuoU In the Tut In all Colon and Fancy Corublnaliona.
& lliutt ration for ont ol our NovcItUa, Prkaa ranging
from $1 00 up to $15.00.
Received ano her lot of 35 of these $1 7j
Gloria Umbiellas. A Lte shipment. Special
while tSey last i.lO
A new line of V'elvtt Stocks with Cut Steel
A new hue of Ladies Neckwear in all new
stripes ard colorin js.
A new line of Sashes and Neckwear la
Roman stripes, Plain and Njvelty weaves
wih knotted fringe ends from 2 Ho each
Agenta for Batter
lck. rattenui and
Dr. Jajrra Underwear.
Shades and Curtains.
Day as Received.
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