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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 30, 1098.
Commodore Schley Has the Spanish
Fleet Surely at Santiago.
Carpenter, anil will be nearly complete,
los. The Insurance, tf any. la nnknown.
Mm. Myers is left almost destitute, ami a
movement will be started to relieve her
neeee.ltlpa, A feature of the fire was an
attempt of W. H. tohb to pull the hot
eari or ito. a
could not make
u,-or, aione, tut h. Major General Merritt Has Re
ceived His Instructions.
A letter received to-day Informs hi.
parent that beane 8. Bliss, of the Tidal
division, coan and geodetic survey, was A Few
hllf, lit tdllMaJ ...i.t.. .. 1 .1. J n 1
'"" iqnnnw Nil uiru, item
Ington. I). C. In the afternoon of Mar ltf,
together with two others. Afterwards he
wan earned to his home at hull. Church
a., given emer anil nts Injuries were
dressed. The letter aalil he wan doing
"right well," though weak from low if
blood. Hie left arm waa broken alxive
the elbow and the piece of bone next the
eionw split lengthwise, the radius nielo
ested and the ulna broken. The doctor
Mated that thre wae not one chance In
hnmlred that he would be able tobeud
his elbow after the wound heals.
Dewey and Manila.
CoBclntloo or Trade Dlscauloa Between
Franc ana This Coaotry.
Til lalTakD STILL AT IIHGiTO.
INVASIONS TO CUBA WILL NOW COMMENCE.
(Copyright by Associated Pres..)
Mole St. Mrholas, Haytl, May 80.
The following dispatch waa received here
from the oorteepoiHlent of the Associated
Otr'santfairo do Cnba. May 2 Com
oiod.ire Schley and hit (lying squadron
haa the Hpaulib fliet bottled up In the
harbor of Santiago deCuba.
Hy the most clever maneuvering, the
commodore allowed the Spaniards to
think he lied lert In dNgimt. They took
the bait and ran luto the harbor. Com
modore Hchley moved down this morning,
and at l) o'clock, going close to the har
bor, eaw the CriHlobal Colon, Maria Te
reea and two torpedo boals. He belleVee
the eutlre fleet la there. Com mo-lore
Schley haa acted upon hia own Infor
mation and Judgment for the pant six
data. He eat ou the after triangle of
the Brooklyn this morning until after
the dlecovery of the fleet and then went
to breakfast Buying: "I have got them
and the? will never get home."
The United Stales auxiliary cruiser
St. Paul arrived here this morning and
waaaent to Mole St. Nicholas with ills
patches. She captured the coal ehlp
which was sent to Key Went by Captain
Slgsl ee In charge of prise crew. The
coal was undoubtedly Intended for the
Kpaiileh Qeet it Is believed there is not
much coal at Santiago de Cuba.
Officers and men of the Hying nqnad'
ron are jubilant over the fact that the
location of the Spanish tleet haa finally
been detlnitely established.
The temperature here ia 110 degrees In
the ehade, and In the steel turrets the
neat Is actually beyond the power of I in
The American ships here are the
Brooklyn. Texas, Massachusetts, Iowa,
aiarhlrnead and Wxen, an auxiliary
L UOtHta KKMOVKD.
chley ha. Sighted Hi. ru.nl. h gleet
yvasiungton, ftliiy ). mere appears
to oe no reason now why the military In
Vjeloli of Cub shoul I not begiu as soon
as a Millicleut number of troops can be
equipped tor trie campaign.
It was with deep gratification the Bee
retary of the navy, lut night, received I
inewage Irom (.'omuimlnre Hchley that
Dually removed any iloutit as to the loca
tiou of Cervera'a Ileet. The commodore
Raid he sighted the Spanish fleet In the
The uavy department has taken a note
or l lie reported arrival ot me torpedo tie-
atrojer, Terror, at Han Juan. They eay
ehe l.a niade her let cruife under the
8.anl b tlair, fiom which it is Inferred
u American cruleer is already ou Its
w.iy to bottle her In the ban Juan liar
It U believed that Sanipxon In confident
ot Hchley'a ebilily to hold the Spaniards
In Santiago harbor, and he is now rap
idly preparing a convoy or military ex
peditioiiH.Hampson hie reinforced Hchley'a
fleet with some ot the best Irouclads,
iowa for lin-taure, so that there In no
question of his overmatching the Span
lur.N In point of force.
I he l leuuiegoa blockade, which wae
temporarily weakened to ensure the safety
of (Mime blocka'tiug veseelN, will now be
re-established In all Us old vigor.
No one, who run speak authorltivelv,
will suy when the military expeditious
will etart. Ueneral Miles Is prepared for
Mare Inland navy yard. Call ft, May 30.
The ooaet defense vessel, Monterey,
came out of the dry dock yesterday, and
tin next two day. will be loading coal.
The Monterey will uot be ready to sail be
fore tne end oi tins week.
FROS1HLV A MISTAKK.
I'ow.r., It I. Alleged, An
New York, May 80. A dispatch to the
Herald from Id-run says: 1 have au
thorny for the statement that the Idea
of England, Hermany and America join
ing hands is being seriously entertained,
not so much here as iu Washington and
London, whence it Is forced ou tier man
t u. taring In Hi. Voluut.r..
Washington. Ma; 3D Adjutant ftener
al Corbin raid to-day that ll,5(0 trisips
have been mustered luto the volunteer
army under the call for 1 2fl.n0 nieu, and
that the remaining 3,.Vi0 men were In
state camps ready for the visit ot muster
ing oliicer. The appurent shortage Is
divided tietween Iowa, Mississippi and
O.o. jmm A .11 v.,
Tampa, Kla., May 30. I'lans have been
outlined by Msjor General Lee for plac
ing the entire Seventh army corps at
Jiti-ksouville, along the east coast of
Klomla lieneral Lee and his entire
staff will leave for Jacksonville to mor
row mirnlng. The heailqnartera of the
-erenth army corps will be at Jackson
Sighted but Hot Cepturwt.
Key W est, Kla., May 80. An nnknown
.learner, eupno-wd to be Hpanl.h anx
nary cruiser, was sighted br the VYi
mlngton and Bmrroft about fifteen miles
on Ky West Thursday evening, but was
Chicago, May 3D The Chicago road
race was won by Joseph Klngl.of Hli-ncy
rum; n. n. rergnin,ni Wcnnllawn Cluh,
vcoiid; him Hulling, of Luke View cluh
third. Klngl's time was one hour, thlr
ten minutes and Arty-eight seconds.
Distance about twenty five miles; road
Regular, to gmli.rh.
Washington, May 3D.-It was oflWally
admitted at the war depart Men t to day
that the embarkation of regulars from
Tsui pa will take place promptly, but no
iniormaiion was given as to destination
THK SOHLKV fKUURAM.
lie will, at an K.rljr I)y, Bmuh th.
Key West. May 80. The Spanish sanad
ron Is anchored lathe harbor of Santiago,
ana me problem remains for the com
manderof the American fleet to dispose
ot the enemy, either by corking the
bottle or by forcing the long, narrow
passage anil emasniug the stroug Hpan
teh squadron at the anchorage Its com
mender has chosen. It has been thought
mat tne campaign against Admiral Cer
vera might now be ended hv demolishing
the forts at the entrance of the harbor of
Hantlago, blockading the channel and
Isolating the Spanish fleet until the
other nrohlems of the war are worked
out. It Is not, however. In line with
American policy, and simply accepting
the view of the situation taken by naval
experts here, Cervera will have to accept
battle at ones. It Is eontldently expected
mat a nam mow will be struck within
three or four iIhvs. It would not be stir
prising tf additional ships are sent to
A IIKITISH I'HIZIC.
C.ptnr.cl While Trying to go Into Santiago
Harbor With Coal.
Key West, May 30, B:50 a. m. The
British steamer, Kestormel was brought
In here this morning as a prize, having
teen raptured while trying to put into
Santiago de Cuba with coal.
llaM Hall Till. Morning.
At New York New York , Cleveland
2. At Hrooklyn-Hrooklyn 4, Cincinnati
. At Boston Boston 11. Chicago 2. At
I'hiladelidiia riilladelnhia , Umtevllle
I. At Pittsburg I'ittslurg 1, Baltimore
IKII1I.K COLI'MHIA D1SABLKD,
A Hrltl.h aiaaiu.r Struck h.r and than
W.ut to th. Hottom.
Washington, May 30. Secretary Long
to uay received a nispaicn rrom Admiral
Buiice. commander of the New York navv
yard, stating that the cruiser Columbia
nad been in a collision and one ot her
after compartments had a lot of water In
it. The admiral said he Intended to dock
her Immediately In order that an ex
amination might determine the extent
of repbirs necessary,
Oh Klre Island, May 80. Saturday
night, In a dense fog, the British steamer
Koecolla ran luto the Columbia, and the
Koecolia sank. All on board were res
cued by the Columbia, which steamed to
New York. The Columbia has a larira hole
In ber starboard side.
Coal 1' er. on a Strike.
New York. May 30. There la averv
likelihood that the cruiser Ht. Louis will
not tie able to put to sea to-day because
3'fleoal passers, tlremen and trimmers
have struck. They charge thev were
treated hurehlv In the stoke holes, and
the food served was iusutllcieut and uu-wholesome.
Th. I(uH,nt N,,il, Kepalra.
Mobile, Ala.. .May 3D. The tornedo
boat liopout arrived here to day to go luto
the dork for repairs to her hull, hsviug
been In a collision with some vessel at
Kir. rarly Till. Morning.
At 2:30 o'clock this morning the mock
ing bird whistle gave au alarm ot tire,
ami tne ure t oys touuil brisk blaze In
the small three-room frame cottage ou
Tijeras road opposite the city building.
me nitiues nan guinea considerable head
way by the time the nre apparatus
got to worn, and tne house was com
pieieieiy gutteii. i ne occupant was a
Mrs. Myers and her family of small clill
dren, who all got out safely but saved
nothing. The house wits owned by Henry
After the Hohbor. anil Mant.rara,
A consultation was held In Superln
temtent I'owars' otllce, la the VSells
Kargo ouVe, last night. J. N. Tharker.
chief of the Compmi; s detective, who
has just returns.! from Magdalene, where
he ha. been trying to get a clew to the
in.niity or the robtsrs; r. J. Dodge, an
other secret service man from Kansas
City, and C. H. Young, the company's
division agent at Denver, and Mr. fowar.
were In the party. Mr. Thacker related
his experience down south, and all came
to th. conclusion that It the desperadis
were ever capiured the etrn chase must
be kept np. Messrs. Tharker and Dodge
has returned south again to take up the
ioe pursuit oi tue oantius.
A Very Hard J'an.h.
taptaln Miller, who ofllrlates on the
sH-tii.i cnalr at the Oak barber shop, fell
tne nam aurrace or the front plate gl
at the aiop last night, and when his
head went through the big pane a cut
was made over the left eye. It seem,
that lh- captain was toying with dog
In a ery affectionate matiiier, when a
puncher came along. and asking the cap
mm "wneuier ne wanieo tradeor monev
punched sillier In the face on receiving
Hie word "trade." The slnggr then ran
ermind the Herond street corner of the
Armijo building, and soon afterward an
exi ii. d friend of Miller scams on anil de
clsred that the puncher attempted to l ull
a gun out ou mm.
New York, May 30. The state depart-
uirm uaa niui.eti ia uen. Merrill, ex
haiistive Instructions tor the govern
iiieni ui i or i niiippiues, says
Washington correinondeut of the Tribe
une. hxcept lu his relations with for
eign powers, growing out of possible
i-ouipiiraiioiis in ine east, which are to
nereierred to Washington for nemitia
Hon, Uen. Merrttt's coutrol of affairs will
practically enormia. The lnstrne
lions bear every evidence that the L'ultert
Hlales Intends to nreserve Dcrruanent
roiuroi oi tne isianus. it la understood
that arrangements are already belno
made to lay a cable f mm Han Kranelsco,
"J way oi Hawaii, iiirerlly to Manila
By direction ot the President formal nr
dere have been prepared addlmr tuioo
men to tne neparnneiit or the 1'ai llle un
der Maior-Ueneral Merritt. thereby In
creasing the strength ot hia force to 20,-
si ccrssrci. concli iiom.
Trade Megollatlou KetwMa Fraaoa aad
lb. Vniud Stat...
Washington. May 80. -It Is stated
trade discussion with France, which be
gau directly on theappoiutmeut of Kaseon
10 utxe cnurge ot the reciprocity negotia
tions, have come to a succeesful colicln-
sion. Negotiations have lieeu oondunUil
under the third clause of the tariff act of
islii. it Is liuderstisxl that commercial
arrangement thereunder was elgned
'rt nMiiiroay ny iuiuikiii. ambaaa.
adorof Prance and by Mr. KasMnn.epociul
luenipoieriuary on l lie purl of the (Jutted
States. The agreement la to taka efTi
June 1, when the Kreucu mluliuum rales
upon products front the Lulled Htatea
exported to France will take effect. The
proclamation of the president announc
ing this fact will be Issned to day or to
morrow. I he agreement makes the fol
lowing tariff arrangements:
in ravnr or I ulted Htatea: Mannras.
tured and prepared Dork meats radim.!
from HV francs to AO francs per hundred
kilos (approximately 200 Douudsl: lar.'
and Its cointoiients reduoed from 40
irancs to 25 francs 100 kilos; table fruit,
auuru lueats, orieu or pressed fruit".
oommon wotsis, lugs, paving block.
Hlaves, hoops, apples, pears, crushed, cnt
h urieu at nunimnm r renrn rate of duly.
Iled net ions In behalf of Kraiou! 1,
vols shall pay five per cent ad valorem,
brandies or other spirits, $1.74 per gallon ;
works of art, 15 per cent -ad valorem
Allies, 80 cents per s-klloii. So rptn.aU.r
is lUH'ie on Chumuagnee. Which remain
dutiable as fixed in the Dingier turlff
The Hla.-k Hills eipre-e dashed Into the
wreck at top speed, and engine, baggage
and m .11 care were derailed. Dead Lit
rlan V C-ook, engineer of passenger
train; Kred Owen., flreman of passenger
train. Injured Charles Uossarl, mull
cleik; James N. Mason, mail clerk.
None of the passengers were seriously
Ordered te Tampa.
Chattanooga, Tenn., May 80 It Is re
ported, upon good authority, that three
reglpients of Infantry, the Second
Nebraska, Second New Yolk, and First
District of Columbia, and one regiment
of ee -airy of the First Ohio, have been
ordered to Tampa aa soon as they ean get
NKWS -KOW MANILA
.applies la rienty-Tbe Spaniard. After
be Sralp ef Oaabftat Captain.
(Coi yrlght Amoci.trd I'leat.)
Hong Koug. May 80. The British
seosid Class erniser, I'lque. haa arrived
troia Manila, the reports all quiet, and
supvilies are reaching Manila plentifully
Iron the surrounding country.
Tile Hoanlaida are worklmr nnnn fnrll.
flcatlone, but their guns are old and nse
Irir, and they are short of ammunition.
r.ear Admiral Dewey Informed the an
tho'ities of Manila he will bold them
re j ..ibis for the life of the captain of
win npamsn gnnnoai lailoa captured by
th; I lilted Htatea fl et. The Hpanlards
have been threatening to shoot him for
la reply the Spanish attempt to win
ovir Aetiilado's men. The In.nrirnnta
an sahl to have Informed the Snaniarda
th.l they are neutral and will await
The Americans have rantnred th.
H 'iulh gunboat Ivt. which was at.
tempting to run with dispatches Into
l.dlo. The steamer Is renorted to have
landed 8iHX) rifles at Cavite for the In-
The Hpanlards have offered lio.OOO for
the head of Agutnaldo. the Insurgent
The governor at Hong Kong nrohlbited
the Lulled nutes auxiliary gunboat
Z Hiiro from taking war stores to the
American fleet, but permitted her shin
otllcers I in ui lea." The Zallro sails for
Manila to day.
Kementber lb. Maine
Bv attending the psrformance to be
given at the opera house, June 2 and 8,
by the CuudilT Clneograph Co. All of
he latest war Views and moving nie-
tures, including the battleship Maine In
the harbor of New York and also In the
harbor of Havana, the Snanlsh cruiser
Vitnaya as she entered the harbor of New
lork. aud a large number of both Amerl
can and Spanish warships; also pictures
iiie uie auu moving ot America s present
Mall Orders Given
and Promptly Filled
THE BIG SH!
One lot arinch Black Gloria Umbrellas
Paragon Frame Natural Wrvwl Ilanriu
li..-i r... . . .w
oicning ouver tnmmirifr, worth $l.oo regular.
Thia week $133
Agents for Butter
lck's Patterns and
Dr. Jaeger's Underwear.
We have a large variety of Children'a Tara
aola,all colora and atyles, fjom 15c each up to an
all ailk beautifully trimmed Child's Faraaol
We have a beautiful assortment nf r.;.
Sailors, all the new and stylish colors in Leo
T"i ,wurl" "nt omootn straw, and In the pop
ular shapes. All prices from 25c up to $1.73.
One lot slightly soiled Ssilors, worth up to
$1.25, dumped on the bargain counter at 10c
One lot Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Vests In Ecru;
low neck and short sleeves, nicely made and
worth iific each. This week 4 for 25 O
One lot Ladies Silk Veats in Light Blue,
Tink and White, worth 90c This week.... OOc
Boys' Wash Suits.
Just received a large assortment of Wash
Suits for the little fellows, in two or three piece
suits; sizes from 3 to 8 years. Prices from 50c up.
We have everything a man can want in the
way of Furnishing Goods and Clothing. A
handsome, well made Cassimere suit This
Other stores ask $10.00 for same.
w k . One Week More.
We shall continue the sale on the fnlWin IT tTfWl Ana Uraulr m-iea.
sortment of these goods but they are selling tut. Come early for choice,
bcotch Organdy, per yard 4c China Silks
M erode Dimity
We have still a pretty good as-
Wash bilks - 20c
Bengaline Silk ,,,, 40c
Florentine Silk " 65c
Positively the Last Week at these Price
Agreemeat Almoat Completed.
v astiington. May 0. The agreement
hetweeu Hir Julian Pauneefort for Hreat
Hritoln, and Mr. Kassou for the United
nates, under the terms of ths rerlnrm-ltv
lections of the Hinglev bill, has advance
tlmost to a completion, aud the result
may be proclaimed within a week.
THK SOLDI KH IAI.
. . MING OF RAILROAD WATCHES.
In the Watch Inspection Report Issued bv the Chief
Hatch lii-pector of the Santa Ke system,' at Tnprka,
III KN H A lt'llKS were the O.M.V tlNKS that were
nut Coliilellllled. K KH (INK 1 resenud for lli-pection
ttus upproird, proving that no other Hutch fqusls
them for time keet lt g. This siime report shows that
HAMILTON, HAI.TIIAM and Kl.lilN Watches stsd
high. We have them, llauiiltoii ITj. JJ..jii; Klgin ilj,
Walthaiu 21J. U; (irueii, iX. Kiery Hai'(iur
r anted to pass iusptctiou.
Lemllng Jeweler, Watch Inspector S. F. Ii. It.
Albuquerque New Mexico 3
THK LITTLE VICTIM IIIRIKO.
A Very aad on. What the llerraTed
The child. Talni'lo O'Hannon. who u
sunt ami amen in ms parents' yard on
rriuay evening oy one of two men who
roun or ins nome on norseback. Whs
burled yesterday afternoon at
A large number of friends, and main
who were simply Interested In the case
aud sought to show their sympathy foi
me oereaveii rauiliy, were present anil
followed the remains of the little fellow
10 tne tfarelas cemetery. The scene at
mb removal oi l lie riilld s mlv aa a
very atlecting one. The mother Is sill
uuahle to calm herself while thinking of
the sad blow that rob lied her of hei
young son, and with her keenest nt grlet
a an luiugieti me teats and laiiientation.
ot the little brothers aud sisters of tin
murdered boy. Neighboring women, who
came, 111 an euiieavor to cheer up aud
soothe the mother's heart, forgot theli
errand of merry, and added their sobs
with her s. The father, Kelipe O Haunoij
arrived home Saturday evening from
(iallup. where he went about teu da
bko, uavtug neeii reiuoveu mere by hli
employers, ine nauta re railway com
I any ins telegram that he receiveil
simply stated thai his boy was killed and
asxeii mm 10 nurry home Not waiting
tor a passenger Irani ne came noon a
freight, ami it can be realized how the
hours dragged aud how slowly the train
appeared 10 oe going to mm.
air. urJannou received TllK Citizkn
reporter arter his return from the fuuer
al, as cordially as his sorrow would uer
mlt. He was told tint the warm hearts
ot the people of Albuquerque beat iu
sympainy wun mm aud his wife lu theli
trouMHS and all felt sorrow for his loss.
took of gratefulness overspread the
p"or man s face; he appeured much
uioveii, put could only tiller the simple
acknowledgement, -1 thank them, 1
1 tie calloused hand he proffered showed
the hard toll he endures to provide for
his ramlly, and the little conversation
held with this worklngman showed him
to be an Intelligent, law abiding citizen
"All I want Is to see Justice done tot
the murder of my boy. Let the law take
Its course, I do not wish to obstruct it. 01
seek any vengeance contrary to law," he
fills calm conclusion came to by the
parent augurs wen tor ins present surety
oi me two desperate characters at the
As long as the father remains In this
collected state, aud la willing to decry
any resort to violence by his friends iu
his behalf, there is no fear that the men
will be taken from jail and lyuched, no
mutter now riciuy tiiey deserve It.
W hile Mr. O'Hhiiiiou was talking, be
held one of his children in his lap. Thl
was Andreas, the little fellow, still In
dresses, who was one of the group ol
children that Komero tired Into. The
child was so startled by seeing his Com
111 u 1011 shot down aud the excitement
has been so great to him the past
few days, that he has lust all
recollection of the terrible affair,
Die Aragon child who was also one of
the four children lu the yard told the re
porter that the hoys were playing "uiihbs"
(iiiarniesi wtieu the two men came along.
lint Ii he and the other ii'lluiinou child
had narrow escapes as the children were
In a bunch when the shots were tired.
I he little Oarcia Ikiv. ta tic was also
hot, was much improved last evening
ml was able to t'tlk. This Is his version
of the affair: "We was having some fun
with two frogs ami was playing mlbbs,
wnen two men, tirst they kill me aud
then they killed i'at."
ine preliminary hearing of Garcia and
Kouiero will take black before Justice
t naves, at iiurelus, tomorrow morning.
The Santa Ke 1'acltlc employes. through
ine conuiiiuecs mat nad charge of to
day's events, desire through Tiik Citi.kn
to express their thanks to all those who
aided in making the affair the grand
success it was and the nubile lu general
who showed bv their presence iu large LARGEST EXCLUSIVE SHOE DEALERS IN THE CITY.
iKKinwin tnai hip; urailllj approval OI
The Kirst Kegiruent band has been se- WITCHES
ciiren 10 riirnisii music Tor the Cundiff
Cineograph's performances, June 2 aud 3
ami matinees, l he hand under the elll
clent leadership of 1'rof. Jus. Devlne.will
certainly furulsh a good program of
Mrs. Dr. J. II. W roth ami children, who Railroad Watchea Sold on easy Monthly Payments.
21 and 23 Fr weird Hampden
11 jtwtua namutoru
17 Itwctcd f.lein.
Fin Gold, Gold FJka, Silver
H H I
Carptta, Curtain, Rugt,
Poctkms, Draoary, Silk.
national Capital Fittingly Ohwrv..
Washington. Mat 30. The nbaarvanre
ot Memorial day at Washington was even
more general than usual and the ceremo
nies at the historic Arlington soldiers'
home and other oemeteries, where rest
Die soldier dead, were more elaborate
than for niauy years. The services at
Arlington were especially Impressive.
President McKluley. Vice-President Ho.
hart, and Hecretary and Mrs. (iago ar
rived about VI -M o'clock. The feature
of the exercises was an oration by Sena
tor John M. Thurston, of Nebraska.
The Crul.er Harvard.
Kingston. Jamaica. Mav an The
Culled Htatea auxiliary cruiser Harvard.
formerly the American line steamer New
Kirk, lias not yet sailed. The colonial
authorities allowed her some hours
longer In order that her boilers mav lie
put In good condition.
No Movement V.U
New York. May .Kl.-A dlauatch to the
Herald from lilliraltar says: It may be
positively elated there has been no move
ment from Cadiz ot the Hpauleh reserve
A Mallruad Wrack.
Omaha, Neb.. May 30. A freight train
broke down in a cut on the Fremont.
Klkhorn and Missouri Valley road west 1 f
blatr, Neb., last night, blocking the track.
Miss Claude Albright. Alhnonerana'
filled young singer, departed Katurdav
evening for New York, from which place
sue win go u i arm. wnere she will again
lake up her studies under her former
Instructress, Mine. Lagrange. A nutnlier
or friends saw the brilliant voting ladv
rr at the station, and many were the
wishes el pressed for her alfara and
A. L. Van Antwerp and wife, who war.
ai i nicago on a visit, earns In from the
norm last night and continued south to
tub t;tty or Matino this morning. Mr,
van Autwerp, years ago, waa the assist
ant live stork agent of the Hanta Ka
railway, this city, but is now the popular
irauic supenuieuueni of tne Mexican
Kred B. Houghton, the popular general
agent of the Hanta Ke railway, at KI
I'aso, came In from the south last night
to take part lu the flag-raising exercises
at tne local railway shops, air, Hough
ton made a pleasant call at this otllce at
uisui 10-aay, and reported himself In good
health and prospering. He will return
w ui raso to-morrow morning.
Mrs. John Butler, wife of a well-known
machinist In the local railroad shops,
returned last Saturday night from Ht.
Louis, wnere she attended the convention
ot ttie urulherhiMMl of Locomotive Kngl
neers aa a delegate Irom the Ladies' aux
The body of Irad Cochran, a Las
vegas volunteer, who died under ne
culiarlysad circumstances at San An
tonio, Texas, the other day, was buried
at Ijis Vegas this afternoon. The re-
maius passed up the road last ulght.
lou are Invited to examine the large
smk-b 01 laieei moueis in nicycles, includ
ing tne nign grade t rawford chaluiesa.
At rirockuieler s, prices are within the
reacn 01 an.
Brockmeier has for rent the most com
fortable aud beet wheels made. Tandem
ami single, iave au order and secure a
wneei for a ride these beautful evenlugs
Lost, Htrayed or Stolen. Bay horse.
uiree wuiie lenocK. Brand, "heart and
our wniie race, forelock cut. liifnrina
tiou at tills ollloe or 210 South Broadway,.
hl. Medler and wife, C. W . Medler and
family and W . J. Tway and familv. who
eiijoeo several naya out in Unvote can
you, returned to the city ah is morning.
(lentlenien will go to K L. Washburn
iV 10., for reliable goods at moderate
Jersey ribbed ladies' under
IUI sovt Ml llltilll H.
Bargains In Shoes
hr th exprmion uiei constantly. So much
to thai in nine caus out oi trn it really hu no tig
nificance in connection with facta, . A bargain In
thofj repretenti tlaniard of value at the right price
and a the right time. Buy a good article and you
will get satisfactory wear out ol it. Buy a cheap
article and it will keep you on the jump to dupli
cate. Turn over a new leaf and buy an honett
thoe at an honed price. Thit ii the kind of values
we offer you. Largest slock in the city to select
GEO. C. CAIHSLEY & GO.
Hellatile Shoo Dralrr.,
122 S. Second St.
Mlt. OKIIKKS tilYIC CtkKnii ATTKNTION,
H. E. FOX,
Corner lid St. and Gold Ave.
CHIEF WATCH INSPECTO SANTA FE PACIFIC R. R.
ami lattiiiy ai w asniliglon, 11. (J , re
turneil lioins lust Huturduy night. They
enjoywl themselves hugely hohnoliblug
with the elite of the national capital.
The High school students are requested
to call at the school to-morrow morning
at li o'chs-k, when they will be presented
with their term reports aud promotion
We have Just received an elee-ant line of
I8k Wedding; Ring-i In Tiffany, Oval
and Flat shapes.
Fine Watch work, Stone Mounting- and ar
tistic engraving- promptly done.
Mail Orders Solicited and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Chicago ateek Market,
Chicago. May an Cattia is ow
a1V; "r 1400 5-l;
urnriri m a mi wm II na I javatai atttatM
.J! fi it 8U; "tocllr nd feeders, $3.00
km 91 c.
U St SKWt -a a a
pimrii, m.uuu sieany 10 stronger: na
tives, $3 23 ui 4; westerns, ti W d) M.46;
lainiKaa .l nti av Ail r T '
auvrp. fl-I.W 9i.IUe
m4M City Mirktt
a,Na?,,r.Vt,r!ii'4 004 w! Texas steers,
3.64.rk); f.xaa rows. 2 7B4.(i(i
native cows and heifers, ia.rtoo. SO;
leeaer"i J ao.!; bulls,
1 .1 loat4.P0,
Bheep, a.OOO; Orm. Lambs, 8.Oo6.80;
n ... I ..... - t'lRn...,
ine "white ribbon" fountains have
o-eu put m goon repair oy K. L. Uodson,
the south Second street nlumber. Tha.
are working like a charm to-day, and are
being well patroulxed by the thirsty.
F. M. Jones, who took a rnn nn fa
Hanta Ke on bnslnees last Krlday, re
turned to the elty Saturday night last
iiaipn llalloran, of the New Vork Life
Insurance company, who waa north en
business, baa returned to the city.
A. J. Crawford, the nopular Justice of
the peace, was In Las Veiraa aavarai s.
of last week on wool matters.
W. A. Smith, of Gallun. haa nrcr.nl.iM
and offered a company of soldiers to the
governor on the second call.
Miss Kteld and her kinder Barton arhnnl
of little people, enjoyed Memorial day In
Major Krnest Mevara. tha vhnlaaal.
liquor merchant, la anendlnir lienmrial
day lu Gallup.
K. C. Cptegrove. the ranchman at n.
len, Is In the city.
Special sale of blank draaa
Stationery, School Books,
C1IER1S AID PHOTOCBIPHIC SUPPLIES.
We Carry a Complete Line of Legal Ulanka, Blank Books, CIgari,
and Tobacco, Magazines, Periodical and Newapapcra.
O. A. MATSON & Co.
OnS WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
MILLIONS OF MONEY FOR
A MOMENT OF t
Or wrordsto that effect, was the efJcr ol a
dying mooarch. You'd give sjufte a
Uttle yourself for aa extra rnlnute when
your train vanishes front one end of the
station while you enter the other. You
blame the watch. Batter bring t toia
aad see tf there's anything serious the
matter, or whether cleaning wool cure
the trouble. Experts do the work and it
s guaranteed. Perhaps the trouble with
Cr watch is the need ei a at eoe
' the place to get ft.
T. Y. MAYNARD, JEWELER-.
Tatch Inspector, A, T. At S. 7. R. R.
E. J. POST & CO.,
We Carry a Full Line of Buckeye Mower Repairs. Thomas All-SteeL
E7 PurrP Hay Rakes. MUburn and Studebaker Wagons,
write for Prices. Mail orders given prompt attention.
All Patterns 10c and 1 5c
204 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M.
The Best Llflhted Store in the City..
On Account of the Backwardness of the Season.
And to Reduce Our Big Stock. We will put prices on Dry Goods
that will make you buy if in need of anythiog in that line. Scan
these prices ana match them if you can.
See Window Display.
Our new shirt waists
are divided into 5
lots aa follows :
Lot 1 choice..., 35c
Lot 2 comprises
all goods sold up
to 50 and 60c
go in this sale
at only 39c
Lot 3 comprises
all waists that
sold up to 85c
they go in this
sale at only. . ,59c
Lot 4 comprises of waists that sold in the reg
ular way up to $1.10. Go for 75c
Lot S comprises all our best $1.25 and $150
waists. Put into this sale at only t)t)c
LINEN COLLARS 3 Styles The regular
15c ladies linen collar go in this sale at
LADIES STRAW 1 1 ATS Comprising sail
ors, Flop and Walking Hats. Goods among
the lot worth $t.oo each. While they last
take 'em for only 1(C
SILKS A lot of white silks slightly mussed
from being displayed ia the window will go
in this sale at one-half the former price.
WASH SILKS A new Une of Checked
and striped wash silks. Special only. 3c yd
GENT'S FURNISHINGS See Window
Disp'ay Gent's Balbriggan Underwear.
Oihers make a big cry at 35c. Our price
i only jqc
Gent's fancy Shirts and Drawers ia two shades
Gent's Percale Shirts, collars attached. Regu
lar 50c quality. While they last only. . .85c
Gent's Percale Shirts, colored bosoms, white
body. Regular $1.00 shirt. Only. ...50c
Gent's Golf Shirts, the best line in the city
to select from. See Window Display. At
75c, 85c and $1.00. Others ask 35 per
cent more for not as good.
Boy's Fauatleroy Waists, the finest line ia the
city to select from. See Window Display.
Upwards from 50c
Women's Oxfords in all Lasts and SUes In Black Only at $1 per Pair. Others ask $1.50 for not as Oood
Infnts Tan Cic' h Sue 1 ti 6. M tie of li : Stock, onl Ov a Pair.
Same as above in Soring Heel, Si -s 4 to 8. only OOc a pair.
With Above We Put on Sale Our Regular 25c Tan Hiet, Double rCnee, Heel and Toe, at Only ISO a Pl