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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 11, 189?.
"STARS AND STRIPES'
Imiio. Three people were killed out
right and several injured, one fatally.
Much damage Is reported. Wmull house
were demolished. The track of the tor
nado wh about boo feet wide.
AGAIN BOMBARDED !
Chimin Mora Market.
Chicago, June 11. Cattle Receipts,
neaii; mantel alow, unchanged.
Beeves, l4.Ok45.li); cows mul heifers,
2 4n4.7(i; Texas steers, 'l."(l1.40;
stackers and feeders l.iitHi.
r-heep Kecelpte, 3,5(1(1.
Natives, t;i.noi5.(J; westerns, ft..'
fl.W; lambs, $.:!ot;t(.50.
t'hh-aco (train market.
Chicago. June 11. Wheat June wheat.
.'(., jiiif. w.c. torn J imp. U',n.
July, Oat -June, 25c; July, lil.
.New lork, JiinA 11. Morier on caII
nominally, at l.v.,,! per cent. I'riiue
mercantile paper, 8(4.
J American Fleet Again Shelled
Porto Rico Could be Easily Cap.
tured by the Americans.
if Bailie now la Procrtss for the
Possession of Mantis.
SfAM WOULD DECLIfta PtACB.
SIKev and Laaa.
New York. June 11. ttllver, BT'g,
, f l llO.
The American Forces Planted the
Glorious Flag on Cuban Soil.
LII-UT. HOUSON AND IJRAVI3 CREW SAPI3.
SANTIAOO IIAft rtl.l.HK.
KM.rl to the rnwi Hint the Amerl
aue Have Captured Santiago.
Cnpe llayllen, June 11,11.15 a. m.
There la in direct new from Cuba this
morning, but rumor in again current
that Santiago liaa fallen into the hands
of the Americana.
Kingston, Jamaica, June 11. News
was received here to-dav that a force of
American marine landed on the allure
of (iiiantiinamo nay and the etara and
el ripen are now Moating from theHpnnlhh
II iK'ttalT of that city.
r.HTI('l I.AK8 Or TIIK LAMUINU.
t'npt. l Urk anal the Ornon Did tha Work
H'cil.yrluht Anaiiclnteil I'rrMi.)
Oil (iiiHUlMnamo, Cntia, Krlday, June
ID, vl i Tort Antonio, Saturday, June II.
7 a. in. '1 he Invaelou of Cuba by the
Aiiii'i lcaii forcee bewail to day. 8li hull
ill imI inarlni'M buve pitched their I en In
hi out iIih hinokiiiK ruins of the outer
Icr.tiii iiiioi.e of (iuantanaino, and the
Htrn and etrlpee for the UrKt time
II 'at a .- i.hiiUi llHKMlaff In Cuba. In
l i'l 'iiiii ( lark and hie haUb'Hhip ()rf.in
l .' onif tli honor (.f accomphi-IiIiik the
1 r-t miiit. varul InudliiK of ih t war. forty
niMrtniw from the haUleehtp wnnt ashore
Ihw iii'ittilMK and occupied thn left rn
tiiince of llin bay until tlie troopHhip
Panther anlvtd with elt hun.lied
m rlnes. These, under command or
l.ieiKeiinul Colonel K. W. Huntington,
urnvert hi 3 o'cb ck, and within half am
My fatal. The victims are: Albert Mtt
linjr, rred Hejmoiir, Jamee Hcrron, Mar
tin liallHRher, Kitruey ConyiiKhar, I'eter
Mclilll, Martin Mremiaii, Thomas Klaui
Ksn, Klcliiiid and Owen Jones.
i.i Mr. hoiimim BA rK,
The llrltl.h Cnnaol Kvporta the llnlc
Crew All ItlRht.
New York, June II. The BrltMi con
sul at HanttaKo de Cuba eent the follow.
j Inir dispatch via Hsllfax to the World:
"KeplyliiR to your telegram, l.leut. Hob
"on ami his nii'ti are well. They are also
well cared for by the authorities. I have
myself just n them. (HlRtied)
"Kamhikn, lirltlsh Consul."
Htll'KON H DKHUHI, UM'OKT.
Fiour foil lurnel the tiihliiis of
tin "pindsti camp und eet lire
t' the uiihirabe little rtllbK
crounirii on ilia bm-
u;ol. r the hill-tup of uuintanamo. The
iiTMt on of ellencliifr the guns and
liiiidliu the forces were as Oiiey as
llicnive a HiiiiJjiy school picnic. The
.M.irhloheud, backed by tho Vixen and
iMtpiun. oi..ik j on the earthworks. The
sh ires to tin right of the entrance were
lined with riiim and rifle pits, but fh
l!nlitrilMHtai!ipeled after flrlutj a few
el.ofs. The ilty of fiunntanamo lis four
inn- s up thn bay, and a little Hpanish
Kii'ihout eitmedown to help the shore but
teries, but stayed just long enoug-h to turn
i.rnunu anil set away. fuaierous shots
wore llred by the Hpanlanls, but not one
'ii'ien and no Amerlcnus were In hired
The mum fort lies within the city limits
("' Is 111 to be reduced, but It Is not In
h dl ic:itt 1'iwlll 'ii and the Americnn
oilicir.H nay 11 can be tnken lu fifteen
iciiiifs wlii'ii d.'lied. Jhe Uurblehead,
I'.liMiiu, Vixhu and two colliers hsve
D ''it oil the entrance of the har
bor for (! vt rnl iIbvs and yesterday mom
i 'u; thoj, hailed Into the chaunel A mile
lurtlicr up they opuned fire, sending lifty
hlh ts at tin; fiirtlllcatlons on the lelt: the
hi'lsnu the right of the eiitrsuce beliiK
o. -mtu'o ou iiiiia:proacniiitr or llie Auier
1 'linn. There are no defenses on the
r';;ht Hide of .he hurhor. No attempt whs
made to land until the Oregon st iamed
in e.ir.y tins mornlnir. Captain ( lark
imui illa'ely sent forty marines ashore
and iwcnly fiom theMarblehead followed
'i h".v found evidence of hasty departure by
in .-(laiiinr is. naicnes, iminin cks and
' ti m 'in I lion were scattered about the
earthworks and a, Spanish tUg was foun I
In one of the rills pits. The little de
tui'l ntof marines held the place until
tue faultier ariivwl, when they were re
called ami the work of disembarking be-
.ia. ihe lirst boat load hud scarcely
himlt'd when the villuqe burst Into
names. Company K, under Lieutenant
Ti ll, was llrst ashore and without the
I' -sor a moment, the column started up
t'i steep rocky hillside to the earth
v or! s. For an hour a brown col
umn of marines filed up the nar
row path, eventually taking np a
l -d Ion at the top of the hill and
as s ou as the American flag was swung
out t . the breeres from the llagstall of
Co ruptured Spanish camp, the Oregon
Ht no 1 away to rejoin the llext off San
tiago. The marines will hold the posi
tion until the arrival of exacted troops,
meant line scountiug In the vicinity,
with the Murblehead, Vixen and Liol
I ' ' i u lying by to protect them. Hear
A iiniral Hampson Uow has the harbor
and base of supplies on the south sido of
tl e island, and troops can be lauded at
NO rKUTION KM NTS.
All Ir rlinenu Wurklua; llariuouluusly
lu Trsuaurtlu( Muplle,
wiisliington, June 11. Keports of fric
tioii between army headquarters and
vaimus supply bureausof the war depart
ineiit. because of the congested condition
id allairs at Tampa, are denied by officers
of the departments under whose direction
I '. matters come. It is admitted that
In shipping great quantities of subalat
coi'e mul equipments to Tampa, ditllcul
ties arise in their uuloadiug, but on be
half of the commissary's branch it U
statcil authoritively that there has never
been any controversy with higher olll
duls regarding this matter and no delay
ill depoHitilig at points designed by
authorities all supplies needed,
Wllkesharre, June II. By the ex
plosion of mine gas In the south Wllkes
harre Hhuft of the Lehigh and Wilkes
liarre coal company, to-day, ten
miners were badly hurued, some proba-
le Tfln of (lie NlnkliiK or (hi, Mrrrima
liy I. lout lliiliNun.
Washiiiglon, June 11. Ihe navy de
partment to duy postml the following
report from Adinlial Humpsou upon the
heroism of Lieut, liubsoii and liis meu in
sinking the Merrimuu lu the Halitiago
"I flag-hip. New York, off Rantia
go, June a, IM'.is. I'ermit me to call your
special mt.utiiiu to Assistant Naval
Constructor li:ib.son. As stated in a
special Wbyrani before coming here, 1
was onlertd to make harbor entrance se
cure against the possibility of egress by
the Hpanish ships by obstructing the
narrow part of the entrance by sinking a
collier at that poiut. I pon calling upon
Mr. liobsou for his professional opinion as
to the sure method of siukliiir the sliln.be
manifested the most lively Interest In
ihe problem. After several days' consid
eration he presented the solution which
he considered would insure the Imme
diate sinking of the ship when she
readied the desired point In the channel.
1'hls plan we prepared for execution
when we reached Kautiairo. The nlan
contemplated a crew of only seven
men and Mr. Ilobson. who betrced thai
it might be entrusted to him. Auchor
chains were arranged on deck for
both anchors, forward and alt, the
plan including the anchnrliie of the shin
almost automatically. As soon as 1
reached Sautisgo ami ha l the collier to
work upon, details were completed and
Illigeiitly prosecuted, lioiilnir to com
plete lli em In one day as moon and tide
served best the first night after our
arrival. Notwithstanding, the hour of i
o'clock In the morning arrived and
preparutiun was scarcely completed
After careful inspection of the llnal
preparations I was forced to relinquish
the plan for that morning as dawn was
Hid riKK IN llr.Tlloir.
Halt a lloion rirtiuen Sevrlr liiirnl
anil Cut b UlaM.
Detroit, Mich.. Juno 11. A fire earl i
to day destroyed thet'ase I'ower building,
on Congress street west, with all Its con
tents, and damaged some other of the
llnest business structures In the city.
Total loss upwards of iiO.WKli Insur
ance about two thirds of loss.
Six uremen were eeverelr burned and
cut by glass. They are Lieut. J. M. 8hee
ban. Henry Xlaher, Joseph llorkaday,
Thomas Kennedy, James T. Ken yon and
K luard hiinnioua, firemen. All will re
The fire was discovered at 3 o'clock,
having originated in the drying room ol
the Davidson I'lpe and Novelty comnauy.
At 5 o'clock the structure was in ruins
The I'nlon Trust building caught lire,
hut It was s.sm extinguished.
The upper stories of the Kuhl building
were burned out and lower ones tlmded.
ueorge k. rase valtnd his building at
ITiMi.wiO. It Is Insured for half the value.
l.os ou machinery and contents, owned
by tenants, Is estimated at about ainn.onii,
the lurgest being the H heeler Hirvole
Saddle company, tlii,K). other oeeu
pants weie: liorrlson Printing com
pan : li ibhitt ft ftralmm, le si. rv; liavi l
')ii l'ilie and Noveltv comiianv: I'.iriMi,
ft Mrothers; l urner ft Kalstnti Printing
company: ii'sirg.. H. Hall ft Son. '.pong
Ing works; Michigan Karnier iinnlino
olllce i John Kdy Printing c inipunv ;
Pearl Button Manufacturing company,
and the American Cash Keglsler com
pany. YKLI.OW IKVIK.
Said lo be ItNKinc lu Admiral Nauiiaoii'
Madrbl. June 11. A dispatch received
from Cuba announces that yellow fever
is raging lu Kimr Admiral Sampson's
ueei, me province ol antlsgo
.Madrid. June II. An olhVlal dispatch
from Havana, dated veterdav. ava
il he American II et bombarded Santiago
de Cuba for four hours yesterday. 1 he
I'ltoimus ciaira 10 nave repulsed an at
iruipt to rueci a landing.
ATTKHI'TFD I.AMUNK RKPl'SI.RII.
(iriii, June II. Nism An ofTielal
uispaicu rroin llavena. dated feeterdav.
"j". ii" ruing Aumirai samn
son s slilps commenced another bombard
meut of Sanliago de Cuba. At lha ...
time a numtior of boats, towed by
steamer, approached and attempted a
minima-, i oe cannonniiinir lastui t iru
hours. The Hpanish, skillfully posted,
repulsed the attenmted landing. The
Americans drew oil. No
done by the shells from the ships, which
kept at a distance, evidently afraid to
veuiure williin tha ranire of the anna r
1IP 1UI Wl.
No Newa Krutn Oppaalng roreee.
Port an Prince. Ilavtl. Juna it aa
m.-No news ol opMwlng foroes In Cuba
iias oeeu received at this hour to day.
SHOl l.ll UK TAKKN AT ONCK.
Purto KlcuCmilil ba Raelly Taken by Onr
(Corn-siioiideiice AaeiKialed Pre an.)
Key West, Kla, June B.-K. K. Aleva-
no, woo was for twelve years a resident
of San Juno, Porto Itleo, Is thoroughly lu
favor of (he I nlled States taking pos
seselori or Porto Kico at once. He said to
a representative of the Associated Piese
"Ihe Culled States expedition can
land where It pleaees, except In the
neighborhood of San Juan. The bent
harbor of Poito Kico Is (luanica, west ol
Ponce, and south of San Juan, from
which rlace it Is ili.,tai:t eighteen hours'
carriage ride. The roads between Ou
uica aud tan Juan, as indeed every
where lu Porto Hie, are excellent, and
1 1 (sips with supplies could be moved
uirougmne island rea illy, but I would
u it autise exposing men to tlie sun on
long marches, In spite of the fact that
me ciiuuue oi 1'orto Kico Is the health'
in in mi, norm, ma rainy seasou
does not begin until August and
is oi snort duration. lellow lever la al
most unkuown. Our uin, however, are
not used to hot weather and would will
under It. 8au Juan is where the troops
S lOlllll lltt lutt,!,l Tt. A , .
. . niuericau ueei
ihonld finish the work Admiral Hampson
; o"i iosi nioiiiu, ana natter down
uorro aud lort San Carlos. The forte
are not ai an impregnable. We can diw
ins approval of tlie HvMen rpnblic,
ami iiirre was noinu g or constraint sng
nenwsi iiy me reeoiullons. llie only
H.i.Tini.ii iu lw coiisiuerca was Whether it
wouiii oe wise tor this government t
take what Was ofTored. Kefeiriuv 1 1 ihe
slrategic Importaiiee of the Islands. h
said they coiistltut4-dasu.au territory. ma
'- iiieiem iiiiii us'n Rreai rsiwers kept
constantly there their repres ntatives
10 proieci meir liltrrerdsf ecaiisn of their
peculiar location. Hilt quoted manr na
i aiiuioiiiies in asser'lliu I ihI llie ii.m
session of the Islands was of great Im
pnriauce and pninteri out that uo n Ht
niuui roiue irom Asioi.c waters to oper
ate against the weeti rn coast without
touching Hawaii for sujpllee and re
coallng The control of the Islands would be
practically an i fllclal b irrlt r to attack
upon our western luti rests.
KKItS 1X1 It . N l
it m mm
of)l Uvnifwrnr lvfMt Ilia
ChlCAiO, JriDA (1.m,
In Convention a-wemt le i luiliUni. ,iu.
elded, by a vole of ttl o Xt, III favor of the
colonliaing scheme for which it was or
ganixsd. and sg ins', the plan of politi
cnl actum proswrd iy Kugene V. I, b.
irior to taking the vole there was a
warm debate, lasting from earlv Inst
evening until 8;) o'clock this morning.
Iiryi KSTI.ll TO I.KAVK.
Unvernment ef l'ar.n,r tlnlera the 41nn-
Bont Teiuerarlo to tumoi.
Iliienon Ayres. June 1 1. Tim rovum.
Ill 'lit of Parnuiiav. nrlloir muni r..i.i
tation from the 'rolled States consul at
.iiuilirTlllKO, UOlllUil IIlS Piinimllur nl
Hieopauisn torpedo gunlioat, Tem( rarlo.
AsuncKn, that he must disarm
mmi, vcNsei, i. i,e desires to remain I
port, me Spanish commander refusei
?n.0.!l0-T,",r"'lK,n' I'" Informed
that the Temerarlo must leave Asuncion
as soon as repairs to her machinery
,.u,, i, wiuiu musv oe quickly done.
Monten., hae Hailed.
Han Diearn. f'al June 11 .T1, '..n
niaien sieamsii;ii Monterev called at 1' 1
iu. w uay 'or juliolulu.
riOII VI WO AT MANII.A.
Mall Orders Given
find Promptly Filled
Agent lor Hotter
Ick'g Pattern and
Dr. Jaeger's Underwear.
Our Saturday Special.
This 1 Ifciraiins for this Sjitiinlar. n.in1 fl.nr o-n
IZJlZ,.. n0! at ' Prices all the
nf,;' r; " . , ,nco M lor mmlAy come early
viviu oiAua niu urOKBH,
being, It la claimed, a hotbed of the dis- stroy them at some eiimnaa' 1... iT.T.i..-
I from iiruvhuia 1u..i.uph......
f. .T..,".iJillT-u., wuouui
A NOT II r. K ( tl'TI UK.
Auilliary t'ruiaer St. Inl. Haul. In a
New ork, Juno 11. A dispatch to the
V orld from Port Antonio, Jamaica, says:
Ths United States luxllinry cruiser St.
Louis was oil lloiaut point yeslerdsy.
She reported the capture of a Spanish
merchantman just out of Klnston.
Kauaaa City Market.
Kansas ( Ity, June 11. Cuttle He
ivlpls, 5(i; market, unchanged.
Native steers, fl.Tow I.ikp; Texas steers,
ru..,uVv i.,h,, iPAdnninH, f.i uoid.i o(i; na
tive cows and heifers. tJ.oOw4.7fi: slin k.
breaking, but Ilobson begged to try It at era and feeders, .).'.;($ 0.55; bulls. :i M,,t
all hH7uritu I I -T . a
nils morning proved more propitious
was made. Nothintr
have been more valiantly eieeote.T
We wailed Impatiently after the llrinir
by the Spaniards hud ceased. W hen they
il l not re appear from the harbor I fHHn.it
they had all perished. The steam launch,
which 1 had sent lu diarize of Naval
Cadet Powell to rescue the men, appeared
at this time, coming out under persistent
lire of batteries, but brought none of the
rew. A careful nsoectlon of the harlmr
from my ship showed that the vessel,
Merrlmac. hud been sunk in tha chun.
' This afferniKin the chief of staff of Ail.
nilral Cervera came out under a Hag of
truce, with a letter from thn admiral
extolling the bravery of the crew In an
unusual manner. I cannot myself too
earnestly express my appreciation of the
conduct of Mr, Ilobson and his Gallant
rew. 1 venture to say that a more lirave
and daring thing has not been done since
Cushing blew up the Albemarle.
"Keferring tothe Inspiring letter.whlch
was addressed to the oillcers at the be
ginning of the war, 1 am sure you will
Her suitable Professional reward to Mr
Hoheou and his companions.
i must ami that Commander J. N.
Miller, of the Meriimac. relliiuuished his
command with very great reluctance,
believing that he would retain his com
mand under all circumstances. He was.
however, finally convinced that an at
tempt of another person to carry out the
muiiiiuiie or details, which had bsen lu
preparation by Mr. ilobson, might en-
Janger lis proper execution. I therefore
took the liberty to relieve him for this
reason only, there were hundreds of
volunteers who were anxious to partici
pate; there were 150 men In tlie Merrl
mac crew, nearly as many from this ship,
and large numbers from all other ships,
Ulcers and men alike.
.Signed) -W, T.8Ml'ON."
Anaoii llaa a .loll.
New York. June 11. Adrian C. Anson.
the famous Chicago base ballist. has been
engaged as mituager of the New York
base bull club.
The Frame lloaae HelouirliiK to lluaeuwalil
KIre totally destroyed a small four
room cottage, at the corner of Lead
avenue and Sixth street, between the
Hours of 1 and i o'clock this mornlcg.
'I he blaze was discovered by Mrs. K. T.
Kllsworth, who lives next door, and she
iiispuicueu ner troiner, itouney Williams,
to turn lu au alarm.
When the lire department arrived on
the scene the tire had gained consider
able headway, and they with dilliculty
got water on uie names, trie nearest hy
drant being over two blocks uway.
Tl e house was vacated a few weeks
ago by deo. Hutchinson, colored, since
which time a "Kor Kent" sign has been
at the front of the oottuge. Ihe Hutchin
son family still had some of their house
hold effects stored iu a part of the build
ing and these were burned.
There belug nothing lu the house to
cause the tire, It Is presumed to have been
set on fire, and this at once gives cre
dence to the rumor that a lire-bug Is at
work in the city.
The tramp, with his lighted pipe,
comes in again as a scapegoat lu the
case of this tire, and guilty or not, the
poor lenow nus uiuuy cases of arson to
Mrs. John Kreilerlcksou, who also lives
next diMir, says that just berore siie re
tired, between M and 11 o'clock lusl
night, she saw a faint light in the house,
hut thought uo more of it than that a
new family had taken possession.
The dwelling is owned by Hoseuwald
Bros., the dry goods merchants, and is
valued ut about tsui. They Imd shout
-r'U iusurunce on the building, placed
witli the Kovul Kxchange of London, of
which J, M. Moore is the local agent.
Kor next thirty davs I will nuv highest
cash price for household goods of every
description. liou't sell until you get mv
t.i.i a . ii . ....... r i
uiu. i. a. niiuiKN, i uoid avenue.
lo-s of llie. Then trooos can be lnmld
defeat the Spanish soldiers and tiika una.
session of the city. The occupittlon of
Han Juan would end the war in l'rt,
It i co, for the Spaniards could not muka a
stand anywhere else."
1 OWKHs I NTa.KVKUINO.
ney nam I'eaae, but Hpalu Vfil, t'la
tluue the War.
neriin, June 11. The Kruex Zeltung
'"j". ciai powers are consulting on
tlie subject of mediation between Hpalu
and the I uited States.
WILL CONTINUE WAIi.
Madrid, June 11, 2 p. m. Several Hpan
ish generals are quoted as saying that
Maiu cun coutlnue the war lu Cubaf or
two years or more, and It la useless to
iuik oi peace unless on status quo.
WOLTU DKCLINK I'KACK.
Madrid, June 11, 2 p. m. Politloul cir
cles declare that uo suggestions for peace
have been received and that such sug
gestions would be declined, aud that
Spain has decided to pursue the war to
the bitter end.
npamaroa etui laaura, nta In ll.nl. ..
me 1 uaaeaalou nf the City.
ioik. June If A nui.i
i ii ,.. :'"'" "
....in noun noil mijn: a buttle fur the
piiaseesion oi Manila is in nroirress to
lay between Spanish forcea aii ii..,-.. i
jiuuiirni 'wey prom sed to nrevunt a
massacre, should the insurgents cupture
ine HiiAlilrhttovoriior bus Um n,..ifiu.i
unless lie withdraws the price put upon
the head ol the Insurgent leader, Agul-
...'., na wui gei no quarter; otherwise
10 rules of civilized wurlura aill lu.
an icuy none. en i,,,
As the re. ilt of the price being placed
ou tlie head of Agulnablo, three attcmpte
" "-' mmm iu luae urn llie.
Mitt, ul I lunula, Pavore Hawaiian
Washington, June 1 1. The session of
the hou.se to-day was devoted to a debate
Upon the Hawaiian resoluth us.
Ilitt, republican from Illinois, chair
man of the committee ou foreign
allairs, began the debate, advisuting an
nexation, lie reviewed the provisions of
the Newlaud resolution as being
practically identical with those
of the treaty before ths senate,
and with the one negotiated live
years ago. Thus, he suid, the question
was an old oue. Annexation met wild
A P.INtra IN HlsOKAlk-.
ner urn '.lure After ller- Nhe It Nuw In
Loudon. June 11. A special from VI
euua iya: llie creditors of Princess
U)ulse.of Baxe-Cobiirg, (wife of Prince
Philip), who Is accused nf rorirlmr ti,u
i.... ... : ... .
"'""'""' u vrowu rrinoess hlepliaula
to the extent of 2.ooii,ihkj ilorlns, are
bringing actiou against her lu au t-
asiiiin to recover Uie money.
me jnua oorrespiiudent of the Ixin
don Da ly Chronicle telefctaphed his
Paper ut Muv IU: PrlneeMs LmiI. ,.i
Saxe-Co.'lirg, was conveyed to a private
asylum last nU'ht 'II,.. ..ri....... ..
Ul. . . ' " .... ir,ti,i.nnn. mill
tllU llllllfrltt., ,.t L- I.. . . i. . ...
... ..,.R,,.. . nm iioopow oi llel-
giuu , cluiidsetinely a,wd the lint few
nrei . will! i.ieute miit von Mattichlcb
,. vu, . I fiver. Ul Ills cast a
Jl'ST II KB HIS "II AO."
Oen. VreiU (Irani Knlliali,( lu the Kout
alepa or hl llluatrloua rather.
Chlckainangn, June 11 The event of
to-duy was the execution of General
Fred, (i rant's buttle nrolil in ii.i
prooieru mere were now aud dllllcnll
maneuvers, and It was watched with
grnui iiuerest ny the oillcers aud men
llie maneuvers wruii u.-n ,..i .....
according to (ieneral (iranl's excellently
ffmifMil...l ..I.... ii... . . '
........... ,,,i.n, aoo ww iaci was demon
strated that many of them would be very
useful in actuul coiiliict. The buttle be
gan at i o clock aud concluded her.,r
Bargain No, I
One lot Men's White Laun
dered Shirts, made of good
Muslin, with Linen Dosom and
Bands, and extra well made.
These goods are cheap at 1c
v"'u,u,7 price, . .
N0TI2 Auk to
Bargain No. 2 I Bargain No. 3
A regular 15c Collar. du,Iy made garment j worth
Saturday's price 8oc suit. Saturday's Price per
- garment ,....
L j 2Qc
Clothing and FuriiUhltfg "tra Baral" wo are offering this week In
JliFEIiD B."..n.!..j.".S S""
- . a. '
r 1 a v a 1 rw
1 a VvA
THO SULPHUR SPRINOS
WASON & TklMULO, PropJ.
Jas. L. Bell & Co
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
UO I riatm (rt Ihnae I I, . a.
Tia- t j ,' .17 " "nc an aeuciom."
lam aauiV BBI nflM. I la .a aliuL A. 1. l .
uwe aaI ircaa M na nWtllM Jam a II-. -
Aiwc carry tvcrvthlnaM
"rr'T r "thi ocured, not only of tlkt best
quahty but at th lowt markrt pricr. You
will uvc motwy and bt bttUv ull(lJ if
you order vour fruit U, ... .i...i. t
,ii . f wiaiiar lor
" "nmng purpoaa. Our great
up half one U Wng. It', one of ihe few good
llnOiniltffaM'l t,a..a 1 t i
- iuo niucn oi
Kemember that Momlav
- t a
mgiu lo tho last perform.
ftf Krmlnlo. Kesorved
seals at O'JUelly & Co'h, 5(
entH. Cieneral iuIiiImuI
.1 coats. '
apauian Warahlpa Out.l.le of tl.a
V Irglnla Capea.
Newtsirt News. Va.. .lunnll Tl, r.
isiiieo presence or Snan s i wara , 1, ,...i.
sldeofthe V irginia canes Is disnrllta,i
,,,, . - - .............
i cause or t ie rein, it umt ,i i..u
uigui is iiov ui'uuueiy known.
t'Al'HK Or' TMK HlAUK.
iNewiiort News. June 1 1 'I I... c..r,,,u
Htf tl.i. V...,. I., a .. .. .
vt. nm iuni Innt liltIll I'MllMMil Uxliuu
tuiiinl ruaiorft of Hi.ni.i. u
Ing in that vlctulty, arrived here to-day.
The Constantlu is bound from New (r
leuus to Hamburg, and came by this port
You are Inviled to inspect our itock
of iumnier footwear, il wu nevtr to
complete. All atylea ol TANS In
LnLr, VICI KID, CROMH KID
Uur Stotk u all new lhi Spring and
direct from tlie bett manufacturer.
The iyu- are the latct and up-to-dale.
Have you teen the line of
MEN'S TAN CALK SHOES we
are wiling for $2.M a pair. We aim
lo pirate you and give you the beil
hiMTi for the money to be lound any
where in the country.
A Teiaa Tiirnailii.
San Antonio. Texas. June 11. A tor
nado descended yesterday on Kiddlevllle,
small town lifly miles from oan An-
GEO. G. GAINSLEY & GO.
Minlllllim irrrrr. ( isllUUl
guiJajmiA.JIJJl.Iljll.J and was pleased to learu that I hk
w3 . . H Citi.ks and its proprietors, whom he
ortmrnt of Fine Diamonds
from 2' . carat thine, to the
una I If kl.
Call and tee them,
Kluier 8. Codington, uncle of the Cod-
inglou boys or this city, and brother of
A. M. t'odlngtou, deceased, came in from
his home at Los Akireles. California lat
K." EXCLUSIVE SHOE DKALKKS IN THK CITY
i Islington was a pieueant caller ut this
HAIL, OK OK It 4 4.1V KM lIIKtl, ATTkIIOSJ.
Our goodt are right and to arc our price .
NEW WAIST SETS...
JEWELED BELTS. CHATELAINS.
We have HLlilN, WALT HAM ami HAMILTON W.VTCIIrs
prices lower lliau you can buy el.eal.ere.
Leading Jeweler, KAIJ.KOAD AVENUE, Albuquerque. N. M- R
knew in the eurly dujs of Alliuiuerque,
were getting along nicely and publish
ing the most interesting newspaper In
(he southwest '1 he gentleman will con
tinue norm to Kansas! ity this evening
aud from there he will extend his trip
aiiionK leiunvcM aim ii leuus in Illinois
H. E. FOX,
Voorhees, the photographer, bus a few
moreof those Hue llash-llght photos, size
11x17, of the Kriulule company for sale
at the studio, 75 cents each.
Hreukfust anil supper, 2fi cents; din
ners oiily :tn cents. Meal tickets at Muc's
cage or Uldluui dluiug parlor,
Corner d St. und Gold Ave,
CHIEF WATCH INSPECTOR SA NTA FE PACIFIC R. R.
Railroad Watches - Sold on easy Monthly Payments.
i jeweiee r.ifiot
21 jeweled Walllurru
21 and 23 Jeweled lUmpdenj
17 Jeweled HamUlom
17 feweted Elgtnj
17 jeweled Walthams.
Fine Gold, Gold Filled,
and Nickle cae.
We have just received an elcg-ant line of
18k Wedding; Rings m Tiffany, Oval
and Flat shapes.
Fine Watch work, Stone Mounting- and ar
tistic engraving- promptly done.
Mull Orders Solicited and HatUlactlon Uuuranteed,
fling Lee .V Co.. No yu uiw. ...
call attention to the.r tine .lock of C I I
nese aud Japanese silks, teas, and eurloa;
also carry a large assortment of Ureworks
of every description. Call and nee them.
Bij a8, tu irzr
mmmmmm m - - - - - (-iriJ JL,l
Round Trip Tickets lor Sale by
KT T mr.,... -
w.u ihimule&CO., - Albuqueraue
E. J. POST
nHx'rfWow" RP. Thomas All-Steel
Writ fn. P Ti bura and Studebakw Waons
Write lor Prices. MaU orders given prompt attention.
VISITORS sxnn AT
THE GRAND CENTRAL,
mx mat . . .
N. T. Armljo Ilulldinfr.
All Palterni 10 and 15c
Day as Received-
21) I Kaih'oad Avenue, Albuijuerque, N. M.
ajiuioa store ixx
READ THE ECODOMIST STORE NEWS
Read it carefully. Exaggerations and misleading statements a cx,.(..tu. ..j.j
We want your confidence and patronage, and are making every lecritimAt,
Tt! .... ... ' -
v. ... ,u wccK.s iiore news win prove a money baver. So scan thu
A full line of
Waists from otic
ritch up to Hi
like cut ut....
A nw line of Black Brocade Indian,
ft-T T8 ,Wl'18' 50c. 5c and 75c a yd
It, Ihlslsan exceptional bargain.
new line of Ladles' M riMii u nil
ue Dress Skirts at from
A new Hue of the latest Kast.
em Noveltv Hhlta fionaa in
at 'l of Stripes and Vgu'res.
.-v, --v, jjc ana XK a yard
Child's Linen Wash Sults-lu a variety of
two ami three piece Hulls at 60c. 75c, $ and $1.25
Children's Blue Sailor Suit -Two pieces,
wilh Straw Cap to match, only $1.85
Children's Linen. Cloth and White Duck
Sailor Hats All slues; only 25c each
f Wash Goods
A new line of all the Kuweit
shades and colorimrs of Silk Kin.i.
sors ut rrom 5C to 25o each
Owing to the lateness of the season we nia-
ZZ' U- OrA mvPd'rinTo
Lot i consists of Lawns, sold up to isc
at special price of Uo
Lot 2 consists of all Lawns.'s'oU up to'aoc
at special price of 1 lo
Lot 3 consists of all La'vvn' and" V'JnrUt.
oid up to 25c; at special price of..... 15o
A nice line of Hull
frail I Inleruuar Hi.. Ii
oiners as d"c for; our price only 19 per garment
another line or Kanoy t'nderwear Shirts and
Drawers to match-only 25c P-r garment
GENT'S SOX 1B,"'"'.Taiiaii.l8ray;4tlirwKl Lisle
i' Lot 4 consists of Organd.es, sold up to 30;
iliS I . t P'c.ul price of .11
uent f J'ot 5 consists of our finest Imported Frem
Two Fairs for.
X GENT'S SHIRTS
A new Hue of Men's (iolf Shirts;
live stylvs to select from, at from
v-Tiiiiuies, sold up to 50c
yard; at special
ntl n t a .
bin basnes and m Special oNLZX .vr t
and Sashes put on sals to 0L out at actiuf Her! ,
is achauce to own a Tie or Hash for litila niitllaSa III
it new line of WASH Kll.H just received at. 1
Xk, Ws and 75c L'h ffl