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THE DAILY CITIZEN
ALBCQl'KKQl R, MAY 9. IHVH
liy iustrt. epulis (rum Chase A
Sanmira we are authorized to sell
Java and Mocha Coffee at the
4 5 -tent coffee at ... 40 cents.
40-cent coffee at. . .35 cents.
35-cent coffee at., .30 cents.
30-cent coffee t. . . 25 cents.
'5-cent coffee at ... 20 cents.
a i' worn 1 eh
Hi 1. JMroai iT.,llDaqaerqae,l. I.
MONEY TO LOAN
Oa pianos, nrst-class furniture, etc,
witnoul rem jrai. Also on diamond,
watches, jewsiry, life Insurance poll'
rlM, fru-n deuls or any good secur
ity. Term vw f moderate,
800 Sooth Heoond street, Albnqner
que. New Ueiioo, dak door to Went'
era Union telegraph oihen.
B. A. 8LEY8TEK,
Automatic Telephone No. 174.
BOOMS It A U CKOMWKLL BLOCK
mm & mm,
207 Railroad Ave
W. T. AKM1JO BC1LDIX9.
CALL AT THE
how Price and Courteous Tteatbient.
E. H. tllUHBAK,
Houses kerned. Henu Oollscwd.
Offle, SS Uld A.,Ur TblrS) Wim;
fci i I JtHL "X" ti
Kiir 10 cents a dime.
ilava you .tiirt Uuudricd
And Uuuje oa uwe.
At the Albaqacrqne Steam Laundry,
Came ItaU at. u4 Mnd si.
JAT A. HUBBS, Proprietor,
ALBUQUERQUE SHOE STOKE,
110 KAIUtOAD AVtNCS.,
r. PAIU1NTI, rrop.
IID1ES' KEN'S 111) CH1LDRE1 SHOES
To the satisfaction or pat roan. Repair
Ing neatly performed. Work guaranteed.
Albaqnerque Fish Market..
Kreeh Klan. Orsters. Lobsters.
Crabs, Bhrltnps, etc. Baltimore
Oysters, freutt every day In bulk
aud cans. Ueaduuartera lur
Dressed Poultry. Mail Orders
receive prompt attention.
lot sad 20 Soma Second street.
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
S14 S. Second St.
Beat UU harUl.
HIUHLlKlt-Unlr Harte UiT SUs
lumu Viae SajupU Horn.
TRAGEDIES &TL0S CORRALES.
Imbert Harder Bis Wife and U Killed
Walls ReUttlBC Arrest.
saiBirr aussiu-s aosi call
A double tragedy occurred at the Im
bert ranch at Los Corrales Saturday
nigrn ana yesterday morning-, and to da
the dead bodies of both Lout luibert and
Louisa Michel Imbert, mutilated by ugly
bullet wounds, lie aide by elite at the un
dertaking etlaullshuieut of U. H. Strong.
Belurday night, about U o'clock, Louis
imbert ahot and lustautly killed his wire.
He Ured live shots, two of which took ef
fect. Both of the fatal shots eutered the
right aide Juh below the arm, one o!
theui paiMlug out through the right
hreant aud tlie other penetrating the
bod; aud panning out through the left
At the time the killing occurred Mrs.
Hubert waa aloue In the bouse, her sou
Kugeue, belug away at a bade. He kuew
null! lug about It uutil he returueu home
yeelerday niorulug aud dlxcovernl hie
mother a dead body. He notitled the jua-
iioeoi 1 ue peace, wuo uiepatcued a Uiea
aenger to thla eity. He arilved at about
10:15 o'clock and uotltled Hheriff Uubbell
of the fart, who liumedialely drove out
to Loa Corralea with Hnutir Hherld ew
couir. They arrived lure aborlly after
11 o'clock aud found the bonne of Manuel
(ionntlw, where luibxii had a room, aur
rouuded by a number of armed iuhu who
were, however, elalioued at a cjuulder
able dlHtauoa trow the houee. The Hher-
in callttd upon Imbert to oome out aud
aurremler. Imbert aitked who waa there
and when he waa told be aald, 'Vou are
the that I want to kilL"
TUB MLHIitlUB SH.LKU.
Imbert was nonmJrd lu the Uoutalee
nouite eo the eheria eould not eee blm
aud Immediately oommencd to shoot
out of tiio back door, bheriff Huhbell
climbed upon the roof and Deputy tilier-
IS Newcomer remaiued in front of the
houae tuurdiui the frout eutrauce.
Imbert llred three ahota at the aherlS,
ins laat one culling a button from the
arm of his coat. Uubbell Instructed his
deputy, Melauladea Marlines, to shoot at
Imbert. This disconcerted Imbert, who
atuck his bead out of the door to see
where tua ahola were coming from. As
ba did ao, a well directed bullet from
frherlff Habbeir gnu struck Imbert on
the right elde of the forehead, killing
blm Inelaotly, shattering the skull. The
sheriff's duty was performed aud Imbert
was saved the trouble of eelf-deatrucllou,
as was bis Intention.
COHOKIB'S JCBT TKBDICT.
A coroner's Jury was Immediately sum-
I monad, and after Htnlng to tt tostl-
rnnny, returned in following verdict:
We, the nndertvnd, jntlc of ths
pKc and Jury, who eat npcm the lu
q leet held tMn M clny of Mav on
11 in b.1y of Luh Imbert, f.)un! In pre
cinct N.. t. of the comity of Bernalillo,
dud that the decraiod came to hi death
by reaton of a gun shot wound tu dieted
by T. 8. Huhbell, sheriff of Bernalillo
county, while the mil I in her t was reeiflt
In arreat upon a warrant charging him
Vie further find that the said killing
Ionic 10 Gctishrks,
Jntlce of the Peace Precinct o. t,
Hheriff Uubbell and Deputy Sheriff
nrwcnmer men reiurnea to me city, and
last evening the bixll m of Mr. and Mrs.
Imbert were hrotigli; here and taken to
the undertaking eei liilehineul of 0. YT
IMIIKRT'S WRIT! AH 81 A TIM FN T.
In one of Imhert's iHH-kele the follow
Ing statement aud teHtaiuent was foumt,
written for trie niewt part In Hpanleh,
wun a tew rrencn words mtermlied:
Lue CoTieW N. M. March. IMiS
Frleuua inie is lor the purpoee of
bhliliug you my laet tarewell, beveun 1
am ooiiKed to kill and aleo kill lujeelf
by my ovu baud. Do uot blame any one.
1 do uiy duty aud my will. 1 tlud myeelf
pereevuiea uy a wumau at every alep, aud
aa tar aa 1 am ooucerued 1 am luuoijeul
of alt euaiges made agaiuat me. Aow,
my ineuda, 1 am auuut to appear and
render au awouuliug to uiy lt.nl As a
loriaiiaii my iwi auows that 1 have beeu
lalMly peisvcuu-d, aud tliat accjrdlug to
ins juuauieui 1 win 04 forgiven.
My liieiuia, you munt eicue me for
adoreNniug yuu ilnwe few words, winch 1
do irt.in 1 ne uokiom of my heart. 1 ate
the forgiveuena of any ous whom LuUia
Imbertmay have ollnudetl, becauae 1, as
well as others, have my tailiugt, aud
nope tuat 11 any pereou lias beeu oltrtuu
ed by me that 1 may be pardouvU as I
forgive mem. 1 nave labored lor tweuiy
eeveu years to accuuiuiala title property
at a cumi of citi.ouu iu cash that 1 had
earned as a buicner. VI lieu married tins
woman, or wneu I kuew her tlrst, slis
was uook tor Mr. f. U. Catron, of Baula t e,
aud since theu we have bad relations. At
tuat time we oaed to see each other fre
q ueutly. olie took sick aud told me mat ahe
was going to die aud she wai going to
laave me her son. 1 did all I could to
save brr aud paid a woman by the uaiue
of Apoiouia aeua, ul Ilia city of Baula t o,
to alieud ber aud alter she got well 1
commenced to live witb ber, aud married
her tu a room vf Mr. II. Duuaud, ol
aanta Ks. Tula was lu Issi, 1 his was
bad luck, because, shortly aiterwarda, 1
discovered lu her trunk Certain papers
allowing that this wumau bad uot beeu
too boueel, and 1, baviug secreted said
papers, I nave uot beeu aula to tlud lueiu
agalu, but 1 already kuw what this wu
mau was, but stood It for eevcral years
wan paiieuce, but wneu ber sou com
menced to grow both turned agaiunl me.
oecauee 1 ludicaied to him what 1
thought waa wrong Hell, 1 settled all
me accounts that we had up to the dale
it our separation, alio learned that we
were owing SttjU mat she had got without
my coiieeut aud without my kuowlug
auylhing about It, aud 1 hud to pay hull
01 ail llieee debts, r'lrnl 1 paid loll &
iira.il SlJj; aud Joe. ltlarccj, .(U; Mr.
B. Kodey, (50; Mr. Kldiuworl, butcher,
fib; Mr. llunick, blacksmith, $n; Mr.
jchueler, 01 Beruallllo, 17 A; IjuhoiO ttu-
llurree, groiwrles, of Los Carreiee, $1TK,
without mnuttouiug a mortgage of uUu
that encumbers I lie proverty.
What 1 write Is uot mat of an expert
peumau. 1 am a pour farmer, who by
uard work, like a man in net do, I have
ueeu able to pay so far, and If my lile in
to end aud my spirit goes to Uod forever
1 don't waut this woman to live atlr
me, so tliat she may laugh at me. I have
to kill myself, but this is my deeire, and
Although she may hive her pluip, that
nelp her, I am not afraid, nor will give
ber auy quarter. I am tired of working
m much tor thla class of people. 1 waa
ooru of a good family. There are people
here in Albuquerque who know that
what I stale Is tru becauae they know
uiy family and have had dealings with
tnem. 1 therefore write a diary of all
that has happened to me up to date. I do
uot think this woinau has auy rela
tives, because since 1 have beeu mar
ried to her she has ntver received
a single letter from any relatives, neither
father, mother or brother ao far as I
luve seen, nor have beard her speak ot
tier relalftes, she stales that she waa
born at the Cauton of Neufcbalel,
Switzerland, but I kuow uothliia about
that through auy letter that I may have
seen; all 1 kuow la that ber uaiue Is
Loulea Michel Humbert. TbroUKh the
papurs tuat I have 1 discover that she
had two children In Paris, Krauce, a
dauiihter aud a sou, which eiie abandon
ed aud then she came to America, where
ins married, who with I do uot kuow, all
i do kuow la that ahe waa abandoned by
lier nuxiiaud at ftew llaveu, Connecticut,
and lu ISfll she came to Baula Ke, where
1 bad my butcher shop, and I then com
menced to live with ber, but shortly af
terwards I bad to marry her, because
she waa la a delicate eoudillou. aud a
month afterwards she gave birth to a
boy to whom 1 gave niy name,
Louis Ktleuue Imbert. This Is
what has hapueued to me. I also ob
tained her divorce at Hauls Ke, so as to
nie to marry her. How many .husbauds
slis baa had It Is dillictilt for me to say,
because you must understand that I have
led a very nuhappy lite for the Inst four
years, she belug addicted to drink, and
for that reason being lntiiixrtule
I here were frequeut quarrels in the
house, and, therefore, nut belug able to
bitch together auy longer, by coiuiuou
couseiil we separated, each one taking
his portion of the wines, ambulauces,
horses, wagons, aud In a word all the
property was divided lu equal parts, each
uue takiug his shsre.
Hut at the present writing, this woman
is crazy, she dou'l kuow what she is
about, trying to ruiuher husband, simply
to gratify herself, for 1 do uot even rpeak
to ber, aud yet she is trying with all her
might to send me to the penitentiary, but
I dou't know yet whether I will go to the
penitentiary or not, for I am not guilty
in any manner. 1 was forced to abandon
my home and rent my property, so as to
tvold daily quarrels, because this has
beeu a constant ruin up to date, when 1
have gone away from the premises. Now
she wants to Institute two suits, but as
soon si I clear myself ot one, theu comes
another and another.
lood-hye, friends, all those that may
remember me. Hood bje, Jsi Hsdaracco,
good bye Carlos Uramle and family, good
bye Pedro Pallsdino aud family, forever
tiioiul, good bye, I am going to the other
lde, forgive a brave friend. Bury me on
my ranch, and hv Palladlno place me
a beudstoue aud make uiy casket.
All that I bosses h I give to luy son,
Louis Imbert, and Louis Hubert the
The last sentence was written vester
day morning and with a lead pencil,
while the rest was written in Ink. It Is
evident that ths alsjve statement is the
product of a cied mind and that Im
bert fully Intnuded to kill himself.
FAUILI THOl'ULE THB CAL'Hg.
Imbert aud his wife have been on 11 11-
frivuilly terms for several years past aud
atone time Mrs. lmtmrt threatened to
sue for a divorce. This dilllculty was
amicably settled aud the urnbertv waa
equally divided between them. 'This,
however, turned out to ba only a truce
aud uot a permaiieut peace, aud hostile
relations were agaiu resumed. When
the last graud Jury out. Imbert was In
dicted for the allempted murder of bis
wife last February aud was found RUilly
by tie petit Jury of assault with a deadly
weapou. lie was sentenced bv J u lite
Crumpacker to eighteen months in the
penlleutiary. He appealed to th au
1. reins court and furnished a aunerseadaa
istud to appear before ths supreme court,
lie was released. The dilllcultv waa uu-
d jul.leJIy the cause of th killing last
Mr. Hubert funeral took place from
Warm weather and the demand for cool wearing apparel.
The former is fast approaching; the latter we are now better
than ever prepared to fill, id all line, with goods that are cool
and breexy, neat and nobby, and above all, high grade and
Ladles' Milrt Waists. White Goods.
In Cotton an I 811k. from 60 Cfnts to 10 Indian and Persian Lawns, Strlped Dlm-
ich. tou may be sMe tog t them cheap- ltle Chcke I Nainsooks, Fins, Plain and
er In price, but then cheaper In quality Dottel Hwlws, fr m ths ehespst If
also Our waists are intde on the customer yon want t t insider your po.-ketbook
matngplan, T ,ey are swed. n t s tick to as fine a quality as yu may desire ;
t fettie:, Ihey are mad t t. and all aleo lower thai yon can Dud ths same
of a nice quality of cloth, even ths cheap- good elsewhere.
"t. ve guarantee them to be thlsyear " 1
latest product, anion which the Rn, j,n LnCi'8 Hlld KtllbroidlTlcS.
Blous, waist Is tue prevailing style. An imm, Bto.k Bt , yoo of
Ladles' Silk Mitts aud
(JlOTes Laoles' Underwear.
From 20 cents to tl.OQ a pair, In regular Guaranteed lower than eltewheie.
aud extra lengths. In black, white and 1 11
all Imaginable colors. ECTU Vt'StH.
Lawn. Dimities and J !J;;;;:;;::;:;v. 15
Lawn worth 10c at. 6c a yard . "
Dimities worth luc at 10e a yard ttllltO ChlS.
Organdie and Lappets l&c a yard 1 for i&e
12-yard patterns, Quest Imported Organ- I for ' g5e
dies, per pattern BiUW I for '. 45e
The same thing you pay Soo and 40o per 2 for Jbbt
yard for elsewhere. And 60e each for Lisle Thread Vest
Wo close at 6 P. M. every evening, excepting
Saturdays and Pay Days.
the undertaking parlors of Mr. Strong
tnis alierujou at 11 o oiock, with burial
iu Kairvlew cemetery. A uumber of ber
rrlMfl.ll. I f.tl 1 1 ui I B I ... fin,.,.! a... w , i..
Ksvereud Craig aud Pereacouducted tb
lUe funeral of Louis Imbert will luke
biace at lu o'oksjk lo ui irmo unirnluj
irom the uudertasliig parlors, burial
will beat ralrview ccmeleiy.
LIMK.HAI. TO IOI.l'Mtk.K4.
Volunteer tu be f-a from the l of
Wailiiliirlou. May 2. Cliairmau fan
lion, ot Hie appropriations committee, ro-
puriwu auu tuu uouse paseeu me urgeuci
u.'Uu.eucy bill appropriating about to,
000 ur war ciiwunna. It Was exulaliien
that the vuiuuteere would bs paid Hum
ins iiinu ot euroiimeut, aud their ea
uuuses from llielr hoiuea to ths niaee i
enrollment would bs borne by tue guv-
Sonet la XimuIIM Seulau,
VVsBhluglon, May 2. lbs bouse tatseii
wituout division tue war emeigeucy bil,.
1 lie sruaui has agreei to adjourn uuti.
sJedueaday aud Is uo In eaeuutlvs ses
to a a km us utwtr.
Comuiuulsr el aaieilo Suwlroa I'rsiuu
lor II U M.at Wwra.
Wsshlugtou, May 2. Alter speaking
iu terms ot highest eoiuuieudalluu oi
Commodore liewey's work, secretary
L iug salii: The Americau tlnol has corns
up to wiut waa expected ol It. lis sue
cees shows t iat It was uot a rash uu.ltii
lakllier of the deunrLuient ui tuinl mIuh.
to Manila under suou a eoniuiaudei as
DjWev. His sinus were iumiIivhIi mm.
peeled to sweep the npanl.h Heel away
aud take Mauim. Tim u-i r in u...
deparlmeut lu or.lerh.g this muvemeut
veeuiB hi uv inorouguiy justiueu.
Colouel Burradatie, assisted by Edward
Medler. blaced a bur l iiue.1 mui.im r).u
at the lop ot the dig pole, at diamui's
whuleeaie commissiou house this uioru
linr. and the Hairs dlsulaved ul I hv i iti
xkn olhoeare tue coulributioiis ot ex-
Alderman Monlfort. J. K rtnit uu.1
Ihe Chsplela Ulvaa Tbuh. fur the Or .at
Washington, May 2. lu the seuate af
ter the onsplalu had offered thanks for
Dewey's glorious victory aud a prayer for
the speedy trlumphaut close of the war,
tlie war revenue bill was referred to the
nuance com in it lee aud the conference
report on the naval appropriation bill
was agreed to.
1 he senate receded from the amend
ment to iimv the iiu.vi.1 ntllw.rM r,.r .ut.
en led inventions used by tlie navy.
ine uui to give mure auiuoruy to the
army quartermaster's department lu
time ot war was passed.
tspl Couuer lli.lts.
A telegram received lu this city at
noon to-day, from ttauta Ke. slates thai
Caplaiu Cooiwr, of the Tenth cavalry.
lulled States army. Vehemently deules
the following scurrilous U Hlce publlsheil
lu the Democrat, togeliier wun other
malicious attacks upou the men who are
entering as voluuteers:
( apt. C. L. Cooper of the Teuth caval
ry, regular army, who Is to muster iu Hie
recruiU, openly expressed his doubts
as to the quallucalloue ot some ot the
members of the aggregatiou.
MOita HKCKl ITS WAMTKD.
H. W. Weekly Hr to Znllit Mora Mea
for Luae'a (Joaiueajr,
Lieut. W. 11. YYeaklev. of Canlsl n T.niiu'a
tnsip, came down fiom hunts K last
niglit and is to-day recruiting some more
men si the Bloro-r.M.in ailjoining Tuk
Citizen otlice. Uwlng to the fact that
Muj.ir Ureeu's recruits, of Gallup, have
been transferred to the A7t.. r..i...,u,,.i
about tweuiy more men from Alluniuer-
que aie ueeiieii to iiiuke Captain Luna's
quota full. Several good uieu have al
ready enlisted tslay and the recruiting
iiliite will be iqieu all duy tomorrow for
meu desiring to enlist.
The AibllilllerilllH rnntlncraiir lu ol.
tinned at Kurt Marrv. Alu.m l ..
them were given horse-hack practice mi
Saturday ami all of them uroved to
expert rough riders and Hue horsemen
I lie puysical examination is tuklng place
llecrultlng Olflcer Weakly expects to
return to Santa Ke Saturday ulght. New
Mexico's four eompuuies In the Cowboy
Kegiment or the Urst I micd States Vol
unteer Cavalry, will leave for Fort Sam
llonstuu, at Sau Aulonio, Texas, next
Saturday. I'luur iinv..n ..f...
have uoi beeu announced turllier tlmii
thai it Is slutod lliut tliis rul, ...... i ui.ii
be the first uue to enter Cut iu ullh
oood report reached this omce
this moruiutr from Kunls ha I.,,,.
tucker, the democratic nil eorail rlllur
"cayenue pepiieied," ous of the noises'
being riddun by on of the Albuquerque
Voluuleeis. but the i.llni.i ..i,.,.i .r
stayed on the back of the horse. W hen
the trick became known aud Tucker was
iiomieu out as tue lulluw who did the
dirty work, Frank Quleraud Tom Colllus,
the latter s tirim.ir t,,n tt,i.
- . ..v... till, V1UIV,
soundly thrashed the "alleged Cowboy
killer. Hurrah fur Quler aud Collins.
toe uunors on i lie spot.
LlsllL Wa.W!v uniii.iit,... l.u u...lt
l j n.bbvv. .uu. mime
Ing will be continued all day tomorrow
iu. iwiu aujoimug isi VITIUN,
Hon. J. P. Clark, the territorial coal oil
inspector, is at Silver City to-day.
Hon. W. B.Chliduri L ulled State At
torney, has returued to th city from La
Mis M. A. Randcll, the San Marcial
public school teacher, has returued to
her home lu this city.
llou. A. 13. Fall, ot La Crtices, who was
i oiiuia re uu n-gai mailers, passed
south yesterday uioi uing.
Notice All ot lrluie Link Degree staff
are reqiieete I to meet at their nail at 1!
o clock sharp to m irrow afieruoou. By
jrder of Airs. S. Vauu.
Nat Moodwlu, the actor, whose figure is
s laiuiliar to tlie divorce court as the
stsge, pss4ed through Albuquerque Sut
unl y inglit on his way to New lurk.
W. N. Parkhurst. general agent of the
r.qultuble Lite Assurance Society accom
panied by his estimable wile, have re
relumed from a tour ot southern ew
A tiuy lady visitor arrived at the borne
if Air. and Mrs. Nestor Moutoys, la old
towu Saturday, hue Was so lavorably
impressed with the surroundings that
die has concluded to make her perma
ueUl reeideuee there
J. J. Frey, general maiumer: H. IT.
James Dun. chief engineer, aud J. K.
Hurley division superiuU'Udcut, all
prominent Santa Fe railway olticlitls,
were lu the city for a short time last
Saturday night, ufter which they left for
Grant county to inspect the proposed
Santa Itita extension.
Misses Mac Lest and Murray, the
ladies from Canada who have been speud
tug several mouths lu this city, enter
tained a number ot their lady friends at
the Highland lust Saturday evening.
I hose composing the party were Mea
dames Crumpaeker, Crosby, Curran,
Johnson, Km, Moors aud Murcb, aud
Uissee Johnson, Crumpacker, Otero,
Craig. McKellar, ll.sMeu, Aud jrsou, Me
NaiiKhtou and Klliolt.
It Is roughly estimated bv the head car
rier of Tins l rri.KN, that af,' patriots
read the war bulletin posted at this of
lice totlay, the oue-lialf being the man
who had ridiculed the young men who
volunteered their services to the govern
ment iu the war with Spain. T he bul
letins are given out from this olllce from
I I a. in., till and past press hour, If deem
ed necessary, anil ail good citizens are
urgently requested to cull and read tlie in.
Knitting silk per ball. 20 cents.
Kuit'.lugcotlon per ball, 8 cent,
loo-yd spool sewing silk, B eeuls.
Tissue papers, all colors, 1 cent.
At the residence of Mr. T. R Oabel, on
Fifth street between Copper aveuue aud
lijeras road, the entire eouleuls ot a
completely furnished ten-room house
will be sold at public auctiou, without
reserve, euiuuieuciug on Tuesday, May 3,
at 10 a, m. Intending purchasers cau
Inspect goods two days before sale. Lsck
ot space prevents complete enumeration
of the mauy articles that will be sold.
A few, however, are given below:
Kitcheu utensils, iucludlug a new range,
refrigerator, cooking stove, bealiug
stoves, four bedroom sets, carpets for ten
rooms, rugs, hat tree, easy chairs, up
holstered parlor suites, lounges, couches,
pictures, lace curtains, China dinner aud
teasels, chefunler, bed linen, napkins,
hair mattressae, wuveu wire springs, etc .
etc. lu ail, 'JlK) lots or household equip
ment, that will positively be sold.
II. 8. K.MtiHT, Auciluneer.
Card ol Thauka.
Ths members of Albuquerque Public
Library association deeire to express
their sincere gratitude to Mrs. W. V.
Walton, who superintended th enter
tainment at the recent ball; to the chil
dren who so kindly tsk part, and their
parents, sill to all who douated in auy
Ten cant apricots, l.
Ten cans peaches, 1.
Due pouud Vau Houten's cocoa, 72
Horse radish, 10 cents. Tint Ma.k.
James Dun. chief cinrlneer. aud J. k! I
Before you purchsse an Acetylene (las
Plant examine the beet machine made,
"The National," which will soon be iu
operatiou at lieo. Neher's place of busi
ness. 11. 8. Knhiiit A Co.,
Kxcltislve Agents for New Mexico, Arl.
xoua aud l ex. is.
Men's summer undershlrt-i, i
Men's satins shirts, 50 cents.
Meu's blue jumper coats, bt cents.
Meu's riveted overalls, 60 eeuta.
W. F. Taliaferro aud wlf left last Sat
urday night for Los Angeles, Cel., which
city will bs their boms iu the future.
Mr. Taliaferro connects himself a chief
clerk of th Sauta r e Paciuc land depart
Lost, Strayed or Stolen Small bay
mare, runuiug "M" on left hln. two loni
scars on right blp, shod on front feel,
small while ept lu forehead. Please re
turn to 16 west Carroll avsuue, aud re
I rm u muuvu "U mi tmm uv iiui mm
i hi wiimi m an mi i twmvn mtum j n ; m mmmw uum i j m. i n g .111
SPAIN'S CROWN OF THUS
See Our Straw Hats
They are Up-to-Date and
Lower In Price Than Ever.
SOc to iftl.TC!
I See Dur Light -
a Tho "R. Tt Wonna rlnfV.iorv
lj -wi uw
Donahoe Hardware Co.
"' ' -aLISj ' '
v '- 10LU - -
a. ..' 1" r 7- u A
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SHELF AS'D HEAVY HARDWARE.
Deere Plows. Fish
It nllne IV.w..!
taut ya IVWUU
Stationery, School Books
ClIERiS HP PHOTO iBIPHIC SUPPLIES.
We Carry a Complete Line of Leal Wanks, Blank Books, Cigars,
and Tobacco, Magazines, Periodicals, and Newspapers.
SOU WESr RA'LROAD AVENUE.
Tin work. Whitney Ca
Stove repairs at Futrelle's.
Floor matting. W hitney Co,
Flue stationary at Matson's.
Calvin Whiting, Insurance.
811k waist patterns at Weld's.
Buy your spring suit at Ilfeld's.
Curios and drawn work at Matson's.
Bicvoles on Installments. Hahn Ca
Plumbing and gas Uttlcg. Whltuey Co. j
visit me snirt waist sale at The Big
Ounther's candles at Hawley's on the
Hiteclal hoelerv sals at The Kmnnmlut
Kverythlng for the fljwer garden. Ives,
811k petticoats that are beauties cau be
seen at Ilfeld's.
Lion Coffee, three naekaoua fnr.lil Mnl.
OiMut eloara he thu luv r..i 7K Mnu
n - J vuv w ..U.H .V IT-U.f-
np, at Lombardu'a.
Collates, soaos and nerfnmer at anus.
lal prices at JlleM's.
Olllither'a nelebrHteil mmliu at 11. -
Jaffa lirocery company,
nerinlnu l.neejk 11II1U..II ....l. so ka .....
- - - - - . WH. Y . . 'V
gallon at A. Lomtiardo's.
Ths latest stvleanf fl fia ImiIIum l.iur Mtt.t
high shoos at A. bimpier's.
Attend the special sale of shirt waists
tt the Koouomist this week.
Latest novelties In pompadour and side
.vinos. Koseuwald Brothers.
Men's footwear ot all description at
. Simpler' closing out sale.
Beet brands nf li.iiti.lr ..........
bars for 1m cents at A. Lumbardo s'.
Just received full Hue of tiuuther'a
lue candles at Hawley's on the corner.
Tills is tllA Week tl linv hir.ulj .1 II
(id's. Speolal sale of summer nirsts
The largest tins of meu's and buys'
crash suits are elm 11 I.. V 1 u..i.
ouru A Co.
Boys' elegant white Bedford cord knee
pauta sulls, ouly i & i, at K. L. Wash
burn A Co.'s,
The ouly truss to wear: "Tiu Amkhi
ca.n 811.VKU TULi," at Kuppe's Preecrip
Futrelle. corner Gold and Fir?t streets,
will sell you good wall paper at 12 ',c
double roll and up.
It Is Impossible to make a mistake In
your sprlug buying. If yon select from
the great fair priced slock of The Kcouo
mist. For Sale Splendid cattle ranch. Best
place lu Jemes mouutaiiis. Irrigated,
tiood buildiugs aud feuce. UlLbtur La
Bah, Perea, N. M.
Just received a large asHlgnment of
tine California lirape braudv, spring 'VI,
which we will sell to salooii keepers at
I i&i ber a-alioii. (lrlu-inu.1 iuu'.iui n
Bachechl A u. Ulomi.
Chair seats, from 7 to 12 cents.
Fifty chair seat tacks ror 6 ceuts.
Garden lusts, 25 cents.
Lawn rakes, ti cents. TllK MaI.
For Sale A 1. 1 1 cr ir v h. .ruu u .4 I. u
. 1 "Bni ..... ".i uu., uuiunm,
a big bargain. Call at 4UJ south Broad
t mDM9nmMmmm9QBJw bj"h mfmm
M.kea her head rest as uneasy
at youn will on a warm day,
unles. you provlia yourself
with on of our new style,
handsome itraw hatt or
feather weight summer Dcrhya
We have the latest and most
i well styles In a large assort
ment to choose from.
Men and Boys
Ave. and Third St,
f"Ts h i J..; is tt
l.... .o ln.
VI B, iUPjrHI IU JkltlleSa
For Sale Bar and fixtures and billiard
table, eto. Kverylhing complete. At the
corner of Second street aud Copper ave
nue. Any one wishing a good bargain,
call on M. Dragoie, because between now
aud the first of the uiouth he Is going out
of business, M. Dragoie. -
A full assortment of children' low
button shoes to be sold at cost at A. Bim
pier's closing out sals.
Cider or wlna vlnuaar on ni. ..-
gallon, or So cents In ten gallon lots at
a. L4nibardo a.
Boys and little fellows' straw hats.
Just arrived, at K. L. Washburn A Co.'.
Always Goods People
Want; Prices People
Like and unmatched
Values. Malt orders
Filled Same Day Received.
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GOT VALUSS W MENS' FURNISHING GOODS AND WRING.
It in well known that prices were never so low as now. Mer
chandise never so cheaply bought. While we will welcome bet
ter prices, until they coma we sell as now follows:
MENS SI11HT Sl'KCIAL.
Percale Shirts Collar and cuffs attached, well
made, rice patterns. Special at 50c
Linen Color Shirts Collar and
well made and nice fitting, at
Mens' Soft Hosom l'ercale Shirts,
Mens Madras Slvris, Separate Culfs, tine goods,
nicely made nt 90c
Mens' Suspenders. JJig Special,
worth from 50c to 75c per
Mens' Seamless black Socks, pice
tin p'ice, at
SPECIAL SUIT SALE THIS
Mens' Clav Worsted Suits .
j ------ .wa ..uutieuiuw 1 ay
color. Sorinir weight Onlv 8 ie xHu
SPECIAL FOIl THE LADIES Oxford Low Shoes, Only $1.4() a pair.
- to a ar '
tu f.i.iu a pair.
SPECIAL ON SILK WAIST
A. J. MALXJ i:
ffO.VK TO RQOAL.
118 Railroad Ave.,
General Agents for Y. J. Lcmp'g St. Louis Heer.
ELEGANT ItETAIL DEPARTMENT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Outald Ordcra Promptly
frieea Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed. 4
BAGHEOHI & GlOail,
Iarc-rl rsr-wssat .
107 & 109 South First Street, - - Albaqaerqne, N. H. j
.ikI . 1"?.-' '
E. J. POST & CO
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION.
Dealers In Remino-tin tnarlrura Iia
standard typewriters of the world. Can
snnulT tills! neua nfllejui avlili atiurl.iii.
stenogiapher to nil permaneut and tern-
isnai j yuHitluUB, at SUOTt UOllce. llatlU
Men. wa nail vnnr attenllnn In mi, .w.
clal sale on men'a furnlshlna gotxls this
week at about balf the price you pay
elothlnff atorss for the aamu
Golden Rule Dry Goods Co.
Freeh nnra Parol
--' " - " " ' " 'X. aj irvrtUDI h
Ruppe' Prescription Pharmacy.
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
all line goods,
10c per pair
Mens Fine Bilbriggao Underwe.tr in all
ask ft. 25
PATTEKNS - Only $3.50 a pattern of S yards. Match it if you can
Albuquerque, A. M.
MILLIONS OF MONEY FOR
A MOMENT OF TIMF.
Or words to thai ttttet, wu ths offer of a
dyln minarch. You'd give quits a
till you rat li (or an extra minute when
your train vanishes from one end of the
station while you enter the other. You
blame the watch. Better bring tt to us
a d see if there' anything serious the
matter, or whrthe- cleaning won't cure
th trouble. Exoerts do the work and tt
guaranteed. Perhaps the trouble with
your watch is the need of a new one
here's ihe place 0 get it.
T. Y. MAYNARD, JEWELER.
Vatch Injpectoe, A- T. & S. F. R. R.
HOTK I TO CVCLKKS,
Tits 8im Hadulk, for cosiroRT,
HEALTH, liCHABILlTY A.MU 8TYLK, la su
perior to any other and cmts less money.
Agency at ths old town post illice, on the
Iloja Suiiiiuer Sulla.
Boys' crash suits, the very best quality,
only $1.50. at K. L. Vtashburo A Co.'s.
I have two line Jersey rows for sale
cheap. John J. Jakvib,
402 Silver avenue.
STA5 )RD PATTERNS
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
Mens' Underwear Sale.
Fine opportunity to buy jour Summer under
wear cheap. Note th following:
Mens' Ualbrijjgan Underwear at 25c
Mens' Finest Grade l$Albrijjgan Underwear, fin
ished seams, ribbed bottom at 50c. You
pay double for same go:ds at Clothing
Underwear in Gray or Ecru
25c a garmen
such as Tan, New Blue, Liven
50c a garment. Clothing stores
for same goods.
Worth from $3.00