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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SAT CK DAY AFTERNOON, MAY 21, 1898.
STILL DODGING !
The Big Fleets
OFFICERS AT KEY WEST
Now York, May 21 A Washington die
palcli to the World eaya:
Becretary Loug ha. twlred cable
gram from Kar A'luilral Sampson an
nouncing that his aonuta bad located the
Cane Verde fleet at 8anMa?o da ( aba.
Tba raeaHag aa nor it from tba cable
station of tba Want Indie and Indicated
that tba American commander was cluaa
on tha twin of tba Spaniard.
Knowing that Hatnpmm could b de
pended on to pravaut Cairaia from eall-
Ing north, ordure were dispatched toi
i;imni(x1ora ricblcy at Key weal hi aail
around Cuba on tha weet, find Cerrera'e
fWt, and capture or rieetroy it.
rh'hlny waa Inatructad to uh tha ntmoat
endearors to pravant tha Hpanlah flet
from entering tha barboraot Ciniifiiegiie
or Havana, and Pampaon and Schley wtra
at once Informed of each other's mova-mi-nta.
It I expected that Sampson will come
np with Cerera flrat.
kit west riiLL or axciTitaiitHT.
Tha His Caltod HtatM riU Ira Th.ra
All Ib a Hurry
Kay Wtwt, May 19, via Jacksonville,
Kla, May JO. (Drlayrd in traUHUiUtlou)
To ui(jtit aa iba clone of the moat In
tensely auzloua and vexatious day Key
'Want bai known alnca tha war txgau.
Kvervttitng lndicatea tha eloae proximity
of a big uaval battle, but with uu aeu
foe, who may appear at any one of the
Several (lOiuia, and podeibly gtrikt) blow
and gel away before tba force oau be
tuaeerd to email them.
Laybrrak fouud Hchley'a aqna1rou,
winch aailed from Hampton Koada ou
Vrlday, anchored ff Baud Key HkIiI
houe, etx mile, below Key IVeat. They
had J lined Hlgebee'a big greyhound, HI.
Paul, which, leaving I tie llmuU a duy
later than they bad, brat them here al
uioet a day and a half.
Admiral haiupMiti'a toruildib,e fldrt ar
rive heia at 6 p m.
1IU8 eoutlrmit the forw.mt made 1 it
Ib'na dlt-palchxa of Kuuiey aa to the
vhi-n about and ltilH.tioiiH of thtee two
llaela. All tilt waa iiilereHtl ig, but not
a word waa allowed to pan tha eeunor'e
iilllre. Kvery 1 01 er Hxhore waa ou the
lert for order to huny atioard his ship.
The men of the Hanrrnft, Caetiua, Hel
ena and Wllmluxtoii received "hurry
ordera" about 8 oVIit-k. Where theae
am ill boala went 1 atlll a niye
ry, all being too hIow to act aa
acouta lu the bunt for tha Hpanlali fl't,
ud not atroiig enough to more than blp
at Havana. The mnet phtiielhle theory
advanced to arcouut for their qn'ck de
parture waa that tbey were to form a
aerond Hue of snouta to the anultiwmt,
where the Cincinnati and nuv1uh are
supposed to be watcbiug tbo narrows
ol lucatan channel. -
It may be candidly admitted 'hut all
dlecuHHlnu of the Hpar ltdi fl--et hre is
apecu'atlve. The nmlera'Auding hre In
that Hanipmn couuted couQdently on
finding the Hptnlnh equadron bottlt-d up
in Ban Juan, as did Dewey the Bpaulards
at Manila It waa not till dayliffht of
the mnrulog of the bombardment did be
learn fiat tha harbor waa empty.
In tbe meantime, according to the beet
of iiifoin.atloo here, a fleet of seven
Ppautth rblpe, protiably Inclndlog the
V in)i, Oqu ndo,CrlMtnbal Colon. Uaria
Thereea and three torpedo dentrnyera,
liave been moving went along the south
ern Bbore of the Caribbean aea.
Later reports from Mole Bt. Nicholas,
Capa Haytien, and otber points, make It
aeem probable that the second section of
the biianlen sqnanron, pronaoiy mciua
Ing Cardinal Cleneroa, Pelaya,and Chris
tina Keueiita, are following in the wake
01 toe nrst rquaoron.
Moataray Uom la Manila.
Washington, May 21. The navy de
partment at 4 o'clock pouted the following
built tin : "Unltwl States Bhip Monterey
lias been ordered to Manila to reinforce
the Asiatic squadron "
Tha W.l-Ul-W.l Port Haa llMa P.ac.
1','kln, May 81. Arrangements for the
traiiHtar or Vt el Hal v ei has beau com
lileted. The Cblueae will occupy the
fHirt on Monday immediately after tbe
ant of the Japaueee withdraw. On Tuea
day the Britiab force to occupy the place
will lann rrom three warenips, now in
the harbor, when the HritlHb and I hi
neae HaKH will be boieted side by aide
8oou as the building, arsenals and forts
are taken over the Chinese flag will be
Cull.. Haouid Broa.a.
Philadelphia. Fa., May 21. In the dual
games between Pennsylvania and Cornell
to day. J. C. MoCracken. of the University
of Pennsylvania, broke the intercollegi
ate hammer throwing record of 13t) feet
3S Inches by a throw of 147 feet. 1U
inches, a C. Kraenxleln. of the Cut'
verslty of Pennsylvania, broke tbe luter-
Hamilton 17-Jawel Railroad Watehea $92.60
Elg'n 21-Jewel Railroad Watehea (28.00
These are adjusted and rated In three positions, and are cased In open-face
fcllverlue screw bevel cases. Wt guarantee them to pass inspection or refund money
Leading Jeweler, R. R. Ave, Albuquerque. N. M.
Watch Inspector for Santa Ke BaUroad. We make a specialty of Watches for Rail
of Sampson and
WITH RUSH ORDERS.
eolleglata record of 24 second, for 220
yards hurdle, running distance, 24 2-3
Iu the dual gam between Pennsylva
nia and Cornell, the former won by a
score of ViX point, to 23 .
Holler a W lunar,
New York, May 21. At Manhattan
Reach to day, national championship for
profes'lona! bicycle riders, was won by
ioui Duner or ueiroii, nnia, mutt,
Hound rr Mnnll,.
8an Hranclsco, May 21. The cruiser
rharleatoii left Mare Inland at 11 JO a. m
VmhIi for Bnnth.ra CounlrlM to b Rlg
Washington, May 21. Assistant Secre
tary of Biate Bpalding has Issued Instruc
Hons to collectors of customs on the At
lautid sealMiard that, while the Hpanlsh
fleet I at large In the waters of this con
tinent, all application for clearances tor
vessels laden with coal for the West In
dies, Mexican. Central American and
South American porta, mnst be thorough
ly examined and referred to the treasury
department with recommendation, be
fore the same are issued.
A Um4 Jarl.t.
Concord. N. II , May 21. Chief Jnstlce
Aloiiio P. Carpenter died to-day of par
TH BT ARB UKUOTIATIMO.
Trying ta I art ana Cabaa laaaraaal ta
Baaaga Again.! Aaaarloaaa.
London, Mav 121. A dispatch from Ma
drid to the Kvenlng New eayj; The
Hnanleh minister, declare that m thing Is
olll j'ally known as a resalt of negotla
tion going ou with Cnban Insu genta
to Induce them to make common eau-e
with the Bpaniarda against the Ameri
can, though soma minister claim to be
lleve that the negotiations will succeed.
It 1 hinted that the negotiation of Benor
Leon de Castillo, ambassador at Parts, are
with a Cohan representative now at the
Tha Cadis riaat.
Madrid, May 31. Admiral Camara has
returned to Cadis. His fleet will. It is
said, aail under sealed order, to day.
HIOTINO FBARBU AT HAVANA.
rood Bcarsa and Ul.trau Oraat Anion.
Chicago. May 21. A special to the
Journal from Washington aays: Secret
information received by tbe war depart
meut is 10 tne en eel mat serious riotiug
la Imlnent at Havana. Food la much
scarcer and distress greater than gener
Ha Haa Left Canada.
New York. May 21. A special to the
from Montreal aays: Benor Polo de Ber
uabe. with all his .tad, left by the
steamer Dominion for Liverpool. The
Canadian government advised bla de-
-Wllbout Doing liainaga.1'
Madrid. May 21. A dispatch from Ha
vana says: Two American ship, again
shelled (iuantauamo yesterday, without
A V ATAL MISTAKE.
London Biparta Muta that tha apantah
Admiral Has Hlundarad.
London, May 21. According to the best
expert oplitlou of London, if Admiral
Cervera baa gone to Santiago de Cuba,
he mads a most fatal mistake. Vloe-Ad
miral Philip Howard Columb, retired,
writes that be la convinced the Bpaulsb
admiral Is now unlikely to strike at all.
' ferraot faana la Spain.
Madrid, May 21. It is announced that
perfect tranquility prevails throughout
Spain, iu spite of the war and the fact
that famine is imminent and Spanish
MO MOKK fKKMIT.,
Tba Right Kind of Ord.r riually
Chicago, May 21. A special to lb
Journal says: The navy department
will gram uu more permits to veseels of
any nation to paas tin blix-kadeand enter
Havana. I he navy ollloera or the block,
ade united In a formal protest against ai
lowing information to be carried to Ha
vaua right under their guns.
KSCAfM) THK HLUCKADB.
Tha Hpanl.h Crutaar Moulasrral Raachaa
Coronna, Spain, May 21. The Spanish
auxiliary cruiser Moutserrat arrived here
unexpectedly last eveulug from Cleufue-
go, having escaped the American block
ading flet. Largs crowds thronged the
quay and the crew received an ovation.
Some of the people embraced the captain
and the r Ulcers. Popular demonstration
(Copyright by Anocl.trd Prma.)
Kingston. Jamaica, May 21, 10 a m.
Private telegraphic inquiries concerning
the Spanish squadron, said to be at San
tiago de Cuba, have failed to bring any
rexpnnse, though the cable I tn working
SHOOT THK 1HAITUR.
A Man, aapnonad to a Hpant.li Spy,
Areatad and Imprlaoaad.
New York, May 21 A man, said to be
a Spanish spy and a deserter from the
Klrst United State artlllrv, I reported
to be a prisoner at Governor a Island. Ac
cording to the story told, h was arrested
by secret service agent on Broadway.
While being transferred to Governor's
Island the prisoner I alleged to have
flung a packet of paper into the hay.
Th boat put back, and the papers, whl' ii.
it I asserted, comprised details of tbe
harbor defense of New York, and ad
dressed to the Spanish consul at Mini
treal, were recovered.
RAN TUB BLOCK A DR.
Spaal.h Ksw.papera Crawlng Ortr tha
Madrid. May 21 The newspaper here
are nstng the assertion that the Spanish
auxiliary Moutserrat "thrice ran tbe
bliK-ksds on Cuban coast" as text articles,
claiming and declaring that the block
ade Is ineffective. It is asserted that the
Moutserrat landed IS.noo.imu peseta, a
thousand soldiers, lot) guns. 1 500 rltl-
and a large quantity of ammunition in
As w Schoo Is,
County Superintendent of School
Perea Is sending nut notice f i r th forth
coming election of school directors. The
school bonrd con prise, three men in each
of the fifty-two school districts In the
Having had so msny application for
appointment as teach jrs lately, Mr. Peres
states that h will puidish In Thr Daily
( ITl.KN of this city, fter the election, thr
name of the school otlioers elected lu the
This will enable those desirous of se
curing position a teacher to write t
the member of the school board direct
The gentleman would like to explain to
the many that persist In writing to btm
that the school director ar the rfllcer
to whom they should apply for positions
tiosl of me Hcnooi inrougnout thr
county ar closed for the animal ra
tion. During the past winter five new
schools have oeeu added to the county.
The Holbrook Argus, lu Its comment
on the ooniiiilon of Kireman Laihrop.
wno is a patieut at the local railway
Judson Lathrop, (a brother of Mrs.C. V
Pin nam now residing tn Pleasant Valle? )
who waa fireman ou the passenger trail,
held up at Grants, New Mexico, ataut
two mouth ago and was ihnt In the lev
during the light, is lying in a very re
carious condition at the borpllal at
Alboqurxque The physicians have per
foiui.d two operall His upoii the Injured
member, and extracted the bulletin thr
last operation Since then tbe physl
clans have been uuable tn slop tbe
hemorrhage from the wound, which l
fast sapping away his strength, and un
lesa the hemorrhage are immediately
controlled he cannot recover. He is
receiving every care aud attention from
the Masonlo fraternity at Alhnquerque
through the Instructions of the Masonic
lodge at Wlnslow, of which be is a mem
ber. (tacldaat Soalaty Program.
The menilsrs of the Occident society ol
the High school were very much disap
pointed because B. S. Rodey, who was to
nave given a patriotic address yesterday.
mm detained by business aud could not
he present. The remainder of the pro
gram was carried out as arranged for
the High school room was tastefully
leoorated with the national colors, while
on the front blackboard was a scroll bear
lug the words, "Lulou and Liberty, one
aud Inseparable, now and forever," iu the
national colors aud supported on the one
side by the stars and strip and on the
other the lone star flag of Cuba, This
will be the last meeting of the society
for the year, but It will be ready tor ac
tive work at the opening of the school lu
The two Chinamen, Kong Mong Chee
aud Jew Lem Hen, who made a fight
agsln-t being deported, will have to re
turn to tha Klowery Kingdom. Judge
Crumpacker decided yesterday that the
Chinamen were not registered and would
have to return to their native land
Thev were arrested some months ago b
a Chinese iunpector and have been cou
fined in the local county jail since. I)ep
illy Sheriff Newcomer will ar coin pan. t
the celestials to Ba'i Francisco aud b'd
them a fond farewell on board the ocean
In the past few days a great deal of
needless alarm has been spread abroad by
ill-informed and panicky persons as to
small-poi. 1 here are just two caees In
the city, tHitti of winch nave been rigid'
quarantined, and there is no good reason
to apprehend any spread of the disease
This may be considered authentic and re
liable, aa there is no disposition on the
part of the authorities to keep any fact
from the public
On a certllleate presented by Dr
Kasterday, with proper proofs, thai
Samuel Henderson, who was coullned to
the county Jill some time ago ou an
insanity charge, had regained his health.
Judge Crumpacker yesterday ordered
lie:iilerson released from the care of the
sheriff. Mr. Henderson will now visit
his daughter at Sail ilarclal.
An account of the death of Mrs. Panllta
0. He Moutatio appeared in last even
ing's paper. It is smw learned that her
infant child died w. ih Hi an hour after
its mother's demise. Parent and child
were buried together this morning In the
cemetery at Lua Kauchoa de Albuquer
que. "That all-softening, over-powering
knell, th tocsin of the soul the dinner
hell." Myron knew mankind. Nothing
puts us in a gissl humor like a good din
ner, aud it )oii are thinking of taking
your Sunday dinner away from borne,
try Mrs. Kuuiniel's on Gold avenue.
The committee In charge of collecting
funds for the purpo-e of painting ami
repairing the flagstaff in the plaza in old
town reports very good success. The
expense will be about tHU, it U said
There will be a fla raisiug aud gruud
celebration on July 4th.
T. W. Gwlnn, wife and daughter, Mies
Nannie, are iu the city from Marshall,
Mo., where Mr. Gwyn Is the collector of
Saline county. They are the parents of
It. II. Hawkins, of the Foetal Telegraph
company, and are eu route to California.
Jose Salazar, teacher of the school at
Ranctio de Atrtseo, Is in town to-day
and called on County Superintendent
Perea. He reports that his school Is w II
attended, there being hut a single case of
sickness lu bis neighborhood.
Toney Cacoiavillanl, a well known
tone mason of this city, is at Santa V-
A Fatal Railroad Accident Near
The First Missouri Volunteer In
Flrcmea Killed nl Injured In Several
IliaSI MOTIII'I AW l CttMg.
Chattanooga, May 21. A train convey
Ing the Klrst Missouri Infantry from the
city to ire part was wrecked in a colli
siou at Kossville station about live mile
out, at V o'clock. Klve private were
miej ana twelve injured. The wrecked
train was run into by a regular passen
ger train, miming at a high speed.
The following are badly wounded:
H. U. Keldell, private. Wily cut about
Kd. Lavlnsbnrg, private, three ribs
Hllllarn MofTatt, Chattanooga Time
reporter, badly Injured about the body.
Kuglneer W. C. Wheeler stuck to hi
post and escaped with a maimed ankle
lie and his fireman were at once arrest
ad. They are eensnred by the soldiers
for running so rapidly with a special
ahead. All th horses of th officers,
very valuable animals, wer killed.
rnoM 8T. locis.
St. Louis, May 21. The Klrst Missouri
Volunteer Infantry, whose train was
recked near Chattanooga to day, la com
posed of the flower of tit, Louis young
PARTIllXAHS or WRECK.
Ho riacmaa aa tha Military Trala-Maaj
Chat'anongn, May 21. One man la dead
and two fatally injur d aa the result of
the wreck this morning on the Chhtta
iimiga. Home & Southern railway between
I'haitanooga and the volunteer camp at
Chickamaiiga. The dead aud Injured be
longed to the Klrst regiment of Missouri
volunteer Infantry. List of fatalities Is:
George Walker, artificer, Company D,
Alfred M. Lane, private, both legs
broken; will die.
Harvard Barlaskl, private, leg broken
and Internal Injuries; will die.
K. K. Hichards, first lieutenant Com
oany H, badly out about tbe arms and
Many others were badly but not fatally
Injured. The train on which the m si
lamags was done was carrying the Klrst
dissourl troop from Chattanooga to the
nark. The last ear waa loaded with
vrse. Tha military train was standing
(lit btyond the enwemg of the Blt line,
half a mile from Kosevllle. and was
erashed Into by tbe regular south bonml
train. It Is said th.'e wa no flagman
in th military train. The locomotive
f th regular train waa jammed Intc
'he horse car and this ear completely
wrecked the baggage car, tha next one
forward The man killed aud thoe
badly Injured were all on the horse ear.
WILL HB r-ROSaX'tlTBD.
Tha Railroad Company for lha Voluntaar
Washington, May 21. Secretary Alger
-wnt the following telegram to Major
ifeneral Brooke, commaudlug at Chk-ka-manga:
"Associated Press report a disaster to
Ktrst Missouri volunteers, this morning,
near your camp, reporting the death of
five men aud injury of several other.
The secretary of war direct that every
care be taken of the wounded, and the
lead lie burled with all honors of war,
and immediate step be taken to prose
cute the railroad company responsible
tor me disaster.
Said lo be Working ror Intairenlloa to
New York, May 21. A dispatch to the
World from Madrid aays: Continental al
liance for Spain for Intervention to stop
the war is now a joint aim of Premier
Sagasta, Ambassador Leon y Castillo at
Paris, and of the court at Madrid.
Kveuls will soon demonstrate this.
aha Decapitated Two of Her Chlldrea
Son and Oaughter.
Poughkeepsle, N. i.. May 21. Mr,
tana Sporls, the Insane widow of the
tlreman at Vaaxar college, murdered her
two children, a son two years o'd and a
laughter five months old, by decapitating
them early this morning. She will be
sent to the Matteawau asylum for iusaue
Miuiar of Volantaen,
Washington, May 21. One hundred
and three thousaud volunteers have been
mustered into the service of the United
GEO. G. GAIHSLEY
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M Alt, OHIIRKS) fcllVKSJ lAUKFIL iTTKVTIO.
LARGEST EXCLUSIVE SHOE DEALERS IS THE CITY.
Corner 2d Ht.
CHIEF WATCH INSPECTOR SANTA FE PACIFIC R. R.
Railroad Watch Soli on easy
21 lewelci E'gins
21 Jeweled Walthams
21 and 23 lewcied Hampdens
17 Jeweled Hamilton
17 lewetcd Kleins
17 Jeweled Walthams.
Fine Gold, Gold Filed, Silver
and Nickle cases.
Mall Orders Hoi id ted and
State, according to reports whirli reached
Adjutant General Corldn. By th end of
next week th olliclal hope every man
of the 1 2.iv called for will have taken
Lie oath. Mustering in the regular army
branch, with a view to increasing It lo
H M mi ) men, the war strength authorlsd
bv law, couiinne aatlstactortly In all
direction. Arrangement are making
nr rrrtiiiing -immune' reglmeuls in
tie gnu stale.
VOLl:Nf KKRt ROVALLT TRRaTBtl,
OlT.a Baadwlvhat and Coa, and a Call
fornla Ron. hy Ladlva.
San Kranrisco, May tl. Over three
thousand volunteers arrived this morning
from the eastern state. R hen the men
arrived on this side of the bay they were
taken la charge by ladies of the Ked
Crist, society, who had been np all night
preparing refreshment. Keen man wa
setved wun sandwiches and Coffee, and
presented with a California rose. They
were overwhelmed with kindness and
gave cheer upon cheer tor tbe society of
the Bed Cross, A they passed street
corners the soldier were showered with
Uiwer. There are over ll.ow Uuele
iam's mn now qimrtered in this city
and over 6..UX) more scheduled to arrive
tie it week.
aeral riramsa R Iliad and Injarad la as
Many rira. .
New York, May 21. There were two
elous conflagration at Brooklyn to day,
ami at eacn one a ureman sustained lu
nulas likely to prove fatal, and several
waia badly hurt. One Ore was in th
big frame tenement row on Calyer street,
which threatened many people who were
A ladder, npon which three firemen
were at work, broke, and Henry Klchen
berg, who fell three stories, was probably
Henry Calllson was Internally Injured
and William Thomas u tiered a frac
tured leg. Los, f. II iu.Ouo.
In a Urea little later In a concert hall
and saloou on Green Point avenue, John
Caller, a fireman, came Into contact with
live wire, which shocked him so badly
that surgeons say he can scarcely re
cover. Kireman Peter Hunt's rubber boots
melted and oue leg waa badly Injured.
flRRMEN IN 1HK Rl'INS.
A Fatal ToWdo, Ohio, Fir Mr. in. a
toledo, Ohio. May 21. Three firemen
were caught by the collapsing of a flisir
it a Or lifHhe Dow Huell building this
mining. Herman Bishop waa rescued
U i:M o'clock, badly bruised but will re
cover. Kaiser Trlpinskl aud O. 8. Will
tre etui in the ruins. List on stock aud
buildings will aggregate (:i00,0tl0.
At t o'clock the firemen reached the
two men. Treptnakl Is alive but very
teriouelv Injured. Vt ills was killed when
the floor fell, as bis body la crushed.
4RBATER MEW YORK
Chlaf MoCnll h Retlrad oa a F.a.loa
of e,ooo a Tear.
New York, May 21 Mayor Van Wyck
'n-riuy removed Police Commissioners
Ph'l l' and Hamilton. He appointed
la,. 4.il!tm in place of Hamilton. Th
ixwnlorgaoli-J by reflecting U J. York,
president. Then the board retired Chief
vlct'iilloch on a pension of Ou'J a year.
and sppnluted Deputy Chief Devery act
ing chief. McCulloch wa a republican
and refused to make certain transfer
the democratic commissioners aud mayor
POIHONKO UKH HCSBAMO.
A Vonng Wife Oala Away with Har Agad
Philadelphia. May 20. Mrs. Mary K.
Aellner, a young wife, ha been com
muted to prison by coroner Ashrldge to
await the actiou of the grand jury ou the
charge of having caused the death of her
aged and wealthy husband by admlnls
ter ing poison to rum. luey were mar
ried in 18M. The coroner'a physician
testified to finding strychnine in Belt
ner's stomach, viscera aud brain.
Ha Hot a road to Santa Fa,
A. L. Codington returned last nlirht
from Socorro, where be has beeu attend
ing tutted State court. This term has
been In senslon since Mav 8. Before re
turning home, Mr. Codington visited H bite
Oaks ami other Lincoln county points.
sun reiHiria me district looking splendid
ly, aud things boom lug generally. New
He also visited Albiiu.uoro.uo and bis
smiling face could be seen here on al
most any Sunday while the Socorro
oouuty coutt wa in session.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Gideon, ot TIJeras
and High streets, are entertaining aa
their guest, Mr. Hardy, of Bernalillo.
Mrs. Gideon, who has beeu III with the
measles. Is atsitit recovered. Mr. Gideon
was alsostck tor a time with the distress
Misses Maud and Ma Summers and
Amelia Owen and Messrs, Kaviuond Sui
ter and Louis McKae form a'llttle party
who are putting In the day at Bear
Call at Whltson's aud see all the latest
W hear the cxprruion uwd constantly. So much
to that in nlnt cit out ol Un it really hit no tig-nilicinc-
In connection with facta, A bargain in
tboet re presents standard of value at the right price
and a the right time. Buy a good article and you
get utuiactory wear out of it. Buy a cheap
it. it t , . i tr
anicw ana n win Keep you on inc jump io oupu
cate. Turn over a new leaf and buy n honest
slice at an honest price. This is the kind of values
oiler you. Largest stock in ihe city to select
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Hat hf net Ion Guaranteed.
Mail Orders Given
and Promptly Filled
Golf and Cycle Hose
Night Shirts - -
There is only a limited amount of theso goods
and you will do well to come early. Theso
prices for Saturday only.
Jewel Berts, Fancy Chiffons,
ilhlraa-a ftt h Maraat.
Chloaffo, May 21. Cattle B5elt)ta.
J00; market quiet, steady.
Bhoap Koeelpta, 6,000: market to
m ron jr.
Native. I3.10tl4 50: weatarna. S175o
4 45. Lamba-t3.76flSCo.
Slaaana CUT Mark.
Kansas City, May 21. Cattle UawlnU.
lot); market unchanged.
Sheep Beeeipta. 1,500: market firm.
Lambs, 4.005.00; muttons 1300(34.25
China Uraia SEarkaS.
Chicago, May 21. Wheat May wheat.
f 1 00 per btwhel; July, $1.11. Corn
Hay, Butfe; July, 85,V$lVo. Oat
May. 80'o; Jaly, anO4o.
New Turk, May CI. Money on call.
nominally, at per cent. Prima
mercantile paper, 45Jtf.
ll.r and Loan.
New tork. Mar 21. Slltrer. B7U. Land
Majeatle Klondike ranse for nae dnr-
tug the warm mouth.
Barar, cneaimr aud better than s-as or
All ateel. no danger of breaking or
getting out ot order. No moktDR.
uom 1 or oue lame enough for a smal
family, from H 00 to $12.00.
Call and aee them.
Donauoi Hahuwabk Co.
The partneralilp exlatlDS In the blark-
HmilliliiK buMlume betwewu the nniler-
Hlgned baa been diaeolved, by mutual
uouaem, una aiay lit. iwa.
All Patterns 10c and ISc
a , , IS
SctH fourth the argument of our Belling- features. No flimsy Imitations)
are tolerated In thl atoro for the purpose of naming alluring; price-figures.
No value overlooked in the BUYING affairs of this business. Its success
is due to Us effjrts to buy and sell the best quality for the least money.
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FOR THE COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
All colors China Silks only. . .'.I He 11 yurd
White China Silks with white figu es and
sprays; very nice and dainty, only
fiOo 11 yard
White antlCrcm Satin, all widths and quili
ties, upwards from JOo a yard
White Organdies, 3 yards wide, upwards
from ; SOu a yard
Fine White Batiste in a large range of prices
upwards from 1 5c a yard
Inaia Linens in all qualities upwards f ora
go a yard
A big line of Fine White Checks and Snipes
in Open Work, Grenadines and Nainsook.
Must be seen to be appreciated. All prices
from 5o a yard upwards
While Kid and Satin Sandals, in heel or
spring heel, from $1.35 to $:i a pair
Uig line f f Fine White Empire and Feather
Fans upwards from 50o mw1i
White Gloves in Chamois and kid in all
sizes and styles; also Silk Mitts in a'l l ng h,
upwards from y5o each
In faet we have everything nec-aea'y
firCommencemen' tollf ta for he Young
Lsi'ei, and at Moderata Prices.
Hight Up-to-dato. Just what you need.
Seasonable goods at give-away prices.
. . SEE WINDOW . .
I Lot Leather Suspenders, you know how Ihey will
wear. They will out last 4 pair ot the ordinary web
suspender. The regular price is 75c Sat-
urday special price only . . ,. 35
1 Lot 75c all wool, fancy top Golf and Cycle Hoae. ,35c
f Lot $'.oo crimson Golf Hose with white striped topi
with and without the foot. These are extra . ,
qualities. Our Saturday Special price tO
1 Lot Best New York Mills Muslin Night Shirts, Full
size and extra well made, with fancy colored embroider
ed front and cuffs. These are worth from 75c A
to $ 1 . S aturday's price only ,, ...QC
Stationery, School Books,
CAIER13 AID PHOTOGBIPHIC SUPPLIES.
We Carry a Complete Line of Legal Blanks, Blank Books, Cigars,
and Tobacco, Magazines, Periodical and Newspapers.
O. A MATSON & Co.
SOU WRS- RA'LROAD AVENUE.
h ft tfl3AW f
ff. I S WA A I lj
E. J. POST & CO.,
We Carry a Full Line of Buckeye Mower Repairs. Thomas All-Sted,
Easy Dump Hay Rakes. Milburn and Studebake Wagons.
Writs ior Prices. Mail orders given prompt attention.
204 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque,
ill tali al Ta
Agents for Batter
Ick's Pattern and
Dr. Jaeger's Underwear.
Carpets, Curtaina, Ru
Porttanea, Drapery, Silk.
MILLIONS OF MONEY FOR
A MOMENT OF TIME
Or words to that effect, waa the offer of a
dying monarch. You'd give quit
Uttla yourself foe aa extra minuta when
your train vaniibee from one end ol the
nation while you enter the other. You
blame the waich. better bring st to us
ard tee if there's anything lerioua the
matter, or whether cleaning won't cure
the trouble. Experts do the work and H
Is guaranteed. Perhaps the trouble with
your watch la the need of a aew one
here's the place to get it.
Y. MAYN ARD, JEWELER- '
V etch Inspector, A T. Ac S. F. R. R.
Day as Received.
A Black Silk Ribbed Hose, in size 4, 5
and 5Vi, at only 50e a pair
7. 74, 8 and 8 at only 75c a pair
These goods are worth just double the
money we are asking for them, but it is on ac
count of not having all sizes that we are sell
ing th m at these prices.
Our entire stock of Fancy Ribbons in all
widths, which o!d from 35c to 60c a yard put
on special s;ilc at orly i5o a yard
A new line ju t received made of Percales
and Dimities, nicely trimmed and well made,
in all colors nnd all sizes, only $1.35
See window display of a new full line of
Men's Golf Shirts, special at 65o
Full line of Men's Golf Shirts, with extra
cuff, at 85o
Full line of Men's Stanley Golf Shirts, with
ex'ra cuS-i, at $1.00
Full line of Men's Silk Stripe Golf Shirts with
extra cuffs and tie, at , $10.0
These a-c the best value In the city for the quality.
Gent's Shirts with attached collars, the regular 50c, tic and
75c s'lirt, to close out, only 26c
Mn's Balbrif?.in Underwear, special, per garment. , .25c
Men's Two-ion'd Balhrggan Underwear, worth 40c a
garuunt, iptciil, this wek only 25c
See our stock of Geat's Furnishings, the moat complete line
in the city