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The Albuquerque Daily Citizen
All War News
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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 13, 1898
SAILS FOR CUBA
Fifteen Thousand Men Leave Key
West for the Island.
UXPEDITION TO PORTO RICO BEING ORGANIZED
New Yoik, June 13. It tuajr be stated.
J.o-llivelj Diet me war department baa
no prmrut intention oi Bending aujr more
troupe (rum ban IfrauclMuo lor ilia 1'lullp
piue expedition thau already hare been
ordered there, says Washington eorimc
pouilent of the 1 Hues.
tieurral Merrill announced before he
left New York tliat he wauled at leant
2 i.uuu men to take Manila, it was gen
erally accepted that the departuieut
p'oiulHed him the niea aeked lor. It la
now staled that Inelead of 2o,oo0 luen i the Manila
ne nun own counting on, only iti.ouu have
teen axiwiubled at ban lrauoimM and the
fin lira governor general ol the I'liiilp
pine i KFtung uueaey about the other
4,iiki. li ih declared that notuoreregl.
iik iiH will be sent, but the recrullliiK of
thii regimenta to their uiaximuiu
KlieiiKlh, aa U being doue utider the nee
mil volunteer rail, will eventually raise
tne Hlieuglti of the force to nearly
Now that the Suntiago expeditionary
force uudt r (ieu. hhafter Id ou iu way tu
co-operate With Admiral bampaon In the
reduction of that city and the capture ot
the Bin i! th ehlps in Its harbor, the ener
ii I i'm ,t the wur department are expected
t I duelled toward preparations lur
me invaHiou ul rWlO Ktoo. t'rubably
lu.utiU or 1j.ii nieu will be sent to that
benerul Mlzhugh Lee la expected to
coniiuauu purl ol the ruerto Ulcau ex
ptxlillou, but tli 1b le nut taken as elluil
nitting ti i in (ruin the main Cubau caiu-
pnlgu. There will be an opportunity lur
ii'u to (die ntri. ue is anxious to take
in tun real Hoik ot treeiug Cuba, when
the campaign In the teener Inland lit
over. be eUiry that he Is to be tuadd
governor guttural of foito Klou Is dis
urmlite'l t)-cuiw of itt Inappropriately.
-liie pluus oouteutplute the joint attack
upon hau Juau furtlllaatiuus by the army
aim navy, ami me roruucalluu are eo
ii iWHiim tliat heavily armed ships ttiunt
be H.-nt against them at the beginning.
ineieioie, ii is oeneveo, lhar Admiral
M.tiioiou s battleeh DS will heat thin H,wt
No one euppuMS tliat the fuerto Klcan
aiuiy win tit nude up entirely of voluu
In rx; and as (ieneral Hhafter has tekeu
witli him to Cuba practically all
rtviilurs. It will be ueceNtary (or the
iiiovo ou I'urto Kico to be deferred at
K.t.-it until Santiago has fallen aud ho rue
r. gulur truups now with that exnodltlou
t'Hii be withitrawn and oombined with a
ili-tall of volunteers fur the luveetmvut
1 1 hau Juan.
Hie capture ot Santiago Is looked upon
h likely to legulre a very few days, and
alter the city has fallen a comparatively
mi. ait i or re win ue rniureu, in co opera
tion wiiu me niHtirneiiiH, to take poeses
iuoii of the entire province.
KM'. Dill ON rkOM TAMPA.
rral TIiuumuiI T'roopa tn Tlialr
to aautlagu, Cuba.
lCoyiitlt AaaocUtrd Prraa.)
Mole mi. muIioIhh, June 12, op. m. -
1 he expedition from Tnuipa under Ueu
ir..l shatter, convoyed by American war
ihn, U anxioualy awaited by the tleet
i n Nintlago. Uperatlona will becriu iiu
mediately after the arrival of traiixporle,
vt.ilrh lire expected this week. When the
AHmciMted 1'reea diepatch boat Dauutlens
let i (tuuntanaiuoljay thle(Hunday) morn
uiir, me came eieatner Ailria was grap
pli g for the Uaytleu cable. The cable
is t be Npllced, and Admiral Harupsou
will hold It (or direct communication
wi h uHhiugton.
SAIL KBOH KKV WKNT,
tlcusral Mliarir' Army Mai la For Cutis
WaNhlngton, June IX The first dl
vhiou of the I'nlteil Htates troops to be
gin the Invaelou of Ouba sailed from Key
V i't at ilaylight. The expmlltlon cotu
priKes u.i ollioerg and UM'i euliHted
m u, all under the command of Major
(leiieral Hhafter. A large force of trann
pnrtH conveyed the troois under convoy
of a Mining cgimilron of warships rang
ing from an linmeiiHe t.attleeliln toasmall
giitilxmt aud an armed faM-saillng yacht.
Hvcoutl Ariuy ol InvMloa.
Wanhington, June 13. The war de
part men t announce to day that it has
beiMiu active preparations for the eeootid
army of Invasion. It Is lielleved that
the necond army will go to Porto Kico.
Army of luvaalou.
Washington, June 13. The Tulted
Htatea army of iuvanlon of Cuba ealled
at daylight from Key Went over 10,1 mo
Molon U Well.
New York, June 13. In response to an
inquiry (ieneral Llneras, of the Hpaiileb
army at Hantlago, cabled: "liobsuu and
the other eeveu prisouers are well ami are
In receipt of cablegrams sent them."
Hinokahw fowilr lor tauipaoa,
Norfolk, Va., June 13. A large quan
tity uf smokeless powder has been re-
reived here. It will be Immediately sent
hi me ernpein Admiral bampxuu s squad
ron. The bMtlHlilp New Orleans need
smokeless powder in the bombardment
of Hantlago. It was secured in Kngland
me nuie me cruiser was uougui.
St'HKKNUKH ur MANILA.
Kaport or Rurrvnder of the Clly Ulaorod
lw la Londna.
London, June 13. HecreUry Briggs, of
railway company, who Is In
rmiHuiiii communication with Man a
dlMcredlU the rumors of the surrender of
that place. He received a cable ruemage
irom aiauua yenieruay, via Hong Kong,
reporting that the rvad whs working and
no mention was made of the city having
Hurrendered. lirlgars believes that the
rtpeiitarils would eurreuder to Hear Ad
miral Hewey in preference to being con'
uuered by the iiiHiirgents. The secretary
in iiuoriiieu mat a mil utnierslandlng
exists between Admiral Dewey and the
It is generally believed at Hong Kong
and Manila that before Agulnaldo, the
insurgent leader, consented to return to
Manila, he secured pledges that the
Dulted Htates would not leave him In the
lurch by returning the Philippines to the
Referring to Spanish tales of alleged
Insurgent atrocities, tirigga says they are
utter nooeense. He adds that the natives
of the Philippine islands are the ml blent
people in the world, and asserts thtt all
the Kuropeans there were surprised tliat
iney uiusierea up courage enough to re
Kuort Mot VonMrmod.
London, June 13. Ambassador Hay's
atuuiiion whs caueu mis morning to a
report that he hail received Information
via iioug Kong that Manila had aurreu
staled that the story was uu-
HATTLK AT SANTIAUU.
fnrtlxulars or the riaht at Santiago Laal
On board Associated Press dispatch
boat Daiiutiess, off (lUantanamo.Huuday,
juiih 12, via aiuie m. Aicnoias. Lieut,
Col. It. W. UuutlngUin's battalion of
murines, which lauded from the trans
port Panther on Krlday and encamped on
the hill guarding the abandoned cable
stutlou at the entrance of the outer har
bor of Mauutanamo, has been engaged
In heading od ruah attack by the
Spanish guerillas and regulars since 3
o ciocx naiuruay arieruoou.
rtghllng was almost eout nunns fur
thlrleeu hours, until six o'clock this
morning, when reinforcements were
landed (rum the Morblehead. Kour of
our men were killed aud one wounded.
Advauce pickets nnder Lleuts. Neville
and Hliaw are unaccounted for. Among
me aiiieu is ASHiniani aurireon Jolni
Blair Ulbbe. son of Maior (ribbs of the
regular army, who reu in the Custer mas
sacre. His home was Ktchmoud. Va.. but
ne uas been practicing In New York and
eutered the servtoe sluce the war
began. He was a noimlur silliwr.
Others killed are hergeaut Charles H.
Smith, ot Huiallwood; Private William
I'uiiphy, Glouceeter, Mass.; Private Jas.
Mccolgau. Htuueman. Mass. Cornoml
Ulass was accidentally wounded In the
head. The Hpaulsh lues Is unknown, hut
It was probably considerable. Hulashea
oi uioon roiinn at uavllirlit at the txv-
sltlons the Hpantards occupied indicate
rauntien, but their comrades carried off
the killed and wounded.
I he engagement boaiin with dmnltnr
flrlng at pickets over a thousand yards
inland from the cauiD. Cant. Hniuer's
company was doing guard duty aud was
driven in, dually rallying ou the ramp
and repulsing the enemy by S o'clock.
The bodies of Drivate Mcddiran and
Duphy were fouud, both shot in the
head. The large cavities made by the
bullets which, inside the ran ire of boo
yards, have a rotary motion, Indicated
that the victims were killed at clone
range. The bodies were stripped of
shues, huts and cartridge belts and horri
bly mutilated with machetes.
SPAIN IS WAKLIKK.
Ofttvlala llany that Amarltian Troop Hurt
LamltMl at Haullago.
Madrid, Jnue 13. 2 o. m. A semi-
olliclal note Issued to-day, emphatically
contradicts all American reports uf op
erations in Cuba and even denies that
the Americans landed at (itmiitanamo
bay or elsewhere. The note concludes:
The horopean powers will make a
mintake in Imagining that Hpaln Is dis
couraged aud at the end of her resources.
On the contrary, Hpaln Is full of hope
aud determined to continue the war.
of a non-partisan commission to gather
information and recommend legislation
on problems presented by labor, agricul
ture and capital.
Vhleago Oral a Mark at.
Chicago, Jnne 13. W heat June wheat.
July, ite. corn June, 8i,e
July, a.'v'Wue. Oats-June, Ue; July,
New York, Jnne 13. Money on cull
steady, at 1 li per cent. Prime niercan
tile paper, 8(p4.
A ni- rir.
Ht Louis, June 13. A private telegram
received here reports a big lire raging at
Rllrar and Low
New fork. Jane 13. Silver. 6'
W ashlngUm, June 13. Word has been
received at the navy department from
high, though nnollicial source, that Ad
nnral (ainaras Cailii rlet has been
found unlit for sea.
Tlaltod Our Atthoola.
Hon. Manuel 0. de Baca, superintend
ent of public Instruction of New Mexico,
came down from his home at Las Veen
nun was me guesi yesieniay or H.
Perea, snMrlutenilent of Bernalillo
county schools. Though the day wan
Sunday and the schools are now closed,
Mr. Perea escorted Mr. de Haca around to
the various school buildings and to the
university. The gentleman acknowl
eogea mat Albuquerque a schools were
the beet looking school buildings In the
Both superintendents are enthrulsntle
on the subject of conducting teachers'
normal school at the university during
me summer monins. Mr. rerea tnrorme,
his visitor that he would do all In hi
power to encourage attendance bv teach
era under him. The teachers are not
compelled by any command to attend
these normal school sessions, but
would certainly be to the interest
each teacher to do so. There will lie no
cnarge whatever to teachers. Mr. do
Uses left lust evening for Hilver City and
win visit me soninern counties nefHre re
turning to Hauta he.
Mutual A iMiliigtea.
Alliuiiiienine. N. M.. June 13. Inih.
Whereas, owlmr toa inlsiinilerslMinliiiir
I have for the last three months believed
thHt H. 8. Kodey has done me an Injury
oui uow, aeceriaining mai ll is a mis
take, I cheerfully make all due arm!
ogy, to him, aud will, as far as possible,
repair all Injury (If any) my resentment
may nave caused me to do him.
T. H. Hi-iiiikt.i.
And I also. While Wholly IlllivinaAlniia
oi ever naving intentionally done
any wrong to Mr. Huhbell.do hereby upon
my part make all do apology to him for
an wrong tu any) which our recent hard
reelings towards each, other may have
brought about, so that we each ehall be
as good friends as we were before this
uurortunate miHtinderHtandlng arose.
b. H. Kohky.
The above baa reference to a fiwllnv
Mint commenced some Hires months ago.
when HherlfT Hubbell and Mr. Kodev had
some nam worne on account or some re
marks the slier I IT claimed to have heard
mat Mr. Kodey made about some ensts In
the Canavan-Dugan rase, and the matter
ruiminatea in the Uetxlnger case, when
the defendant discharged Mr. Kodev from
the case because of the rumors that the
sner in was very unfriendly to him. The
matter assumed a serious aspect and mn
tual friends brought the parties a mutual
Nawa from the louru.
in the Circuit court this morning
Judge trumpacker granted a decree of
mvorce to liarlotte Coilluirton from
Walter J. Codington. Mrs. odlnirton u
a iiaugnier or airs, nensou, the hotel pro-
lirieiues ui niHiiti,
n case No. 2'.M4. John Bushnell vs K
W. Coggshull et al., the Judge granted a
motion ror a new trial. Hushuell Is rep
resented by Collier A Marron, and the
latter by ( hllders A Dobson. At a for.
mer trial, Hushuell was given a verdict
Colorod Uh I lil ran (Jallralo.
Children day was celebrated itr.
usy ai me Airican memoillst Kplscopal
church, a flue program being arranged
by Superintendent C. C. Crockett, which
was carried oui last evening.
rrayer was onered by Kev. M. Jones.
aud a line address was delivered by Kev.
Alien, me pastor.
Among those taking part in the pro
gram were Miss Willie K. Banders, who
sang a solo: a reading. Trnst lu Hod.
by Miss Ida Kumford; recitation, "June
Itoses " by Misses Neit e Crockett. Bessie
Ptillmsn, l.eora Pollard aud Anita Jas
per; recitation, "The Lesson of the
'lowers, liv Misses l.oneta. Ilrr Anlulta
Breedlove, Vols Black and Krancls and
Katie Kllsworth. Another recitation was
The Flowers that Bloom." bv MImhmi
Josle Johnson, Cauda aud Mandie Janper
and llattie Johnson.
There were other recitations bv bovs
and girls alternately. There was a good
attendance, and the program was much
W ashington. June 13. The senate to
day banned a bill a-rautluir the ( rlnnle
Creek Kallroaii company right of wav
through the Pike's Peak, Color ido, timber
reserve; also an act for the appolutmeut
A Urge and unique at
ortmrnt ol Fine Lumondt
Irom 2 carat ttonet to tbc
Call and U4 tiwni. Our good irt right and to arc our pri. E
NEW WAIST SETS...
JEWELED BELTS. CHATELAINS. E
We have KUil.V, WAI.THAM and HAMILTON WATtllh-i
Wiica lorltiaii you tail buy rUel,rre.
RAILROAD AVENUE, Albuqucrqu. N. M. H
a ' ' . . nTumi, niouqucrqiw. IN. M. M
The Knights and Ladles of the South
ern Home will meet at Commercial Club
milling, room adjolulns nubile library.
All members of the council are especially
requested to be present at 7 1 o'clock
Alexander Pride Lindsay, whose death
was mentioned In thene columns last
rldiiy afternoon, was laid to rent in
Kairview cemetery yesterday aftnriiiMin.
The funeral services took black at:3o
clock, at his late residence. No. 1)12
south Arnn street, and was largely at
tended. The llnral ollerlngs were inauv.
bowing the esteem in which Mr. Lind
say was held by his friends. His associ
ates at the railway shops were present in
force, and they had arranged a handsome
Moral offering In the shape of an anvil.
Kiloiueno Jaramlllo, living near Atrls
, was arrested to day by lleuutv Sheriff
Salazar un a warrant sworn out before
Justice Crawford charging Jaramlllo
with an ansault with a deadly weapon.
The complainant iu the case Is Francisco
K. Montova. The trouble grew out of the
killing of a dog owned by oueof the men.
To morrow morning Johnston &
Moore's stage will convey Jesus Komero
and W . M. Allaui to Jemex Springs. Mr.
Komero goes to visit his wire, who Is
sojourning at the springs, and will re
turn with her iu alsjut two weeks. Mr.
Allam Is an Aralilau gentleman and has
relatives at Jemez.
Mesdatnes Louis Buer and Bertliold
Spitz constitute a committee that is out
rustling contributions for the Jewish
fair which will be held sometime In Oc
tober. An Important meeting of the Albu
q tierque lodge No. 4. of the Fraternal
union will lie held this evening at
Knights of Pythias hall.
Wanted-Position to do general house
work by an American girl. Address by
letter, Jlo Carroll avenue.
Mrs. J. It. Sanchez, of Kali mad avenue
who has been 111 for a few days, has re.
UU the dress good special at Weld's.
English Ship Tries to Take Coal
Expedition From Tampa on Its
Way to Saatlaco.
July, which closed on Pnturdsy
tl.13'4, opened this morning at 1.1H.
then broke sharply to Wt' I here wer
rnmors of treachery on the part of some
nig on ii operators, nut these were tincon
urinen. ai noon ins market was more
seined, dui still excitable.
a rxM For.
ixribiTiop to tbi riiurriiii.
New York, June 13.- A dispatch to the
iieram irom Hi. Mcholas, Ha; 11, says
ne uierriiaiiimsn captured ny me aux
Diary cruiser Ht. Louis Just off Moral
Point, Jamaica, on Krlday night, was the
nruisn s learner lwtrkerharn.
Ou board the Twickenham are 8.200
ions oi coal ror the Spanish tleet, which
mis been sent as a price to Key West.
ine British captaiu at tlrst made a
vigorous denial that he was currying coal
for the Spanish fleet. Ills vessel a as
searched, however, by men from the 8t
Louis. Ill the tire room a man In over
alia was found who spoke only Hnaulsh.
niter a vigorous cross-exam nation lit
l aptain Hoodrlch of the Ht Louis this
man admitted that he was a Spanish of
ocer ui marge oi me carro. On the an
proach of the Ht. Louis he had thrown
hla papers aud commission overboard.
He was sent as prisoner of war to Key
" m uu uini toe rnpiureu steamer.
Mo Manila Mawa.
Washington. June 13. At the state de
partment it was said that neither Am
bassador Hay nor any other olliclal bad
neen in ror rued ot the report that Manila
HAS I.KItKH rAII.ICUr
a l.ot Mllllima Clnaln Hla famana
Chicago, June 13. During the final
moments trading, Joseph Letter was at
the lllluols Trust and Savin us bank lu
oonsultallou with his father L .. Letter
aud others. Joseph Letter said lu reply
to Inquiries that he would make au as
signment: his outlona have been limit.
dated aud his cash wheat would be trus
All Interest on the board of trade to".
lay centered ill the doings of Joseph Let
ter, aud the result of his famous big deal
In wheat. The tremendutis slump In
prices waa generally attribute.) to the
mmense sale for him. Acoordlna? tn
one authority, Lelter ordered all his
iraoea cloned out. It waa stated tliat at
least M.IXJII.UUO bushels ot Wheat were li
quidated In the Chicago market alone.
me greatest breaks, however, were lu
the northwest, where It was said l-slter
hail bit big lines. Cash wheat In Duluth
went on 111 cents: In Minneapolis 17
neuta. A half hour before the close
taller' sales in Chicago were placed as
high as H.UX).U0 bUHbela. Hla brokers,
Allen A- Urler, transferred July wheat to
Armour, and Hepteuilsv to Lainsnn Broa
Fifteen minutes before the closing bell
raug on 'Change, the tickers had a re
port tliat Lelter cash wheat would be
trusteed, n waa said that the bankerr
who had made advaucea on It had urrul
to take care ot it.
Joseph Lelter admitted tn hla rVlori,!.
mat he had lost money. Letter's wheat
uteresis have been turned over tn
board ot trustees, who will aettla tin th.
I his Course was neeessnrT nn uwnnnl
of Letter's inability to put up margins
which were caueu ror. Josenn ijtiter ail.
mltted that hla father had withdrawn
Highland Liirht. Mans Jotia la Tli.
C tilted States cruiser Han Francisco ran
asnore during me dense fog this morn
ng at me doiui about halt a mile went
of High Head life saving station. The
cruiser Ilea In an easy position. It Is
moiigni sue will float without injury at
Uoway'a Umrlal Haport.
Washington, June IX The navv de
partment this afternoon received mall
advices from Admiral Dewey giving a
detailed account ot the battle of Manila.
special feature Is the h o-h nraiua
which nn gives tne crews or me s i ns.
saving that never had au olllcer so loyal
auu uiave crews.
Aanaiatloa or Hawaii.
Washington, June 13,-Newlandn (si
ver, nersosi, addressed t tin !iou In
vocacy of the annexation of Hawsl
feuding resnlutluns were Introduce.! In
Bell Colorado) opposed tnnexalion as
in interest of oliguichv, and opposed
the will of the people of the Islands.
waihlngton, June 14 The preslden
sent this uomtiialion to the senate: To tie
origsuier general, James 11. Barkley, of
CI HAN Bfr.lIMIN.
Taylor In Command.
Washington. June 13. l uniMin Tvi..r
Of the bHttleshlu Indiana, la in
of the naval convoy which accompanies
.on tiausnjr Hllips Ml VUUB.
Bl(nal by AlrKlnlay.
W ashlngton. June 13. The vlne-nrnril.
lent signed the war revenue bill at a id
this afternoon, after which It went to
the president, who also sigued it.
Hroah la Ilia I'rloa of Wheat.
Minneapolis, June 13. There was a
sensational break in July wheat to-day.
nun ueuiuraiizeu me market ba.ll v.
riral of (he Herrulla with Uenernl
or' Army of Invasion.
W ashington, Jnne 13,-lt was fornmlly
aunoum-ru at tne war (iepartmnl tils
hi 'ruing mat me ursi military exieMI
lion left Key Went at day light to day
bound fur tsantliigo. All yesterday theie
whs a lively cohlerence between olllclals
ot the navy and the war departments
and alter an all day session the war
ooara completed plans for convoying the
troop trausporls. Major (Ieneral Hhafter
wno commands Hits expedition, has
force of 773 otlicers and H.."h;i enlisted
men. The ( lilted Htates reirnlnr trna
l greater pari or me ft rce,
mere iieitig only three volunteer organ
1 rations on the shine. These are tha
neveuty ursi lew turk Infantry volun
teers; Second Massachusetts Infanlr
wn....nu - I . . . .
v.uum-in, anil ll IlinniOtlllleil SUIIail
rona of four troops each, aud of
Which Dr. Wood Is ml ntinl anrl
ineouore Kooeevelt Is 1 entenan.
coionei. Whether either of these
officers la with the two squadrons
named is not yet known lu the war de
partment. It was dill cult tn nravall
upon the mounted riflemen to leave their
iu uiiw oenitid. Hut this waa necessary
i. nam, owing to lace or acrotiiuioda
lions ror me horses nn ship board. The
oesi me department could do, this time,
In the way of supplying the cavalry con
tingent for the expedition WHS to incluiln
among the troops one squadron of the
oeconn I tilted Htates ravalry fully
iniMiiiiru wiiu uine omcera and zui en
1 lie fUll I St Of triMIIM thHt malra III,
, r.iimuu, as reported at the war
oeparimeni by (ien. Hhafter. Is as fol
lows: Infantry reglments-Hlxth, Hlx-
ttiihi, r-.rni.T urst new i era volun
teers; Tenth. Twenty-first, Second, Thlr
leentti, Mnth, Twenty fourth. Klghth.
1 weuty second. Hecond Massaidiiisetls
Volunteers: tlrst. Fifteenth TMrtuan I.
Seventh, Beventeeiith. Third, Twentieth!
lotai iniaiiiry, Nil otlicers aud 10,7o eu
Cavalry: Two dismounted imlm,,. i
iuur iroope eaen from the Third. Hlxth.
Mnth. Tenth and First ravalrr ami tain
dismounted squadrons ot four troops
rocu irom tne rirst i mien btales volun-
"i cavairy. loiai IMsmotintMl mi.
airy, luv oiucers, enlisted men.
Mounted cavalry, one autiadron of the
Hecond, nine ollicers aud tw enlisted
Artillery Llsht bstterlea K aiM V
first artllery; A and F, second artillery!
niuiieen oiucers ana sai enlisted men
naileries U and II. fourth artillery:
-nn gnus, lour ouu-ers; ii enlisted
en. Kngiiieera Comnanv 11 and K
nlneoOicers, aou enlisted men.
Blgnal corps, one detachment, two of
ficers and forty-live enlisted men. Hos
pital detachments are Included lu the
The stall corps numbers fifteen olneers.
(ieneral Hhafter In hla nqiort Indicates
the great olwtacle that had to be over
come to embark his force at Port Tampa,
and It la not likely, If his recouuiieuda
lion carries weight, that an effort will
be made again to embark so large a
number of troops from this port without
considerably eularglug the shipping fa
cilities. The troops will arrive off San
tiago Thursday morning at the
latent, barring storms or accident
and landing probably will Uke place on
the afternoon of tliat day, or the Friday
following, as Admiral Sampson Is ex
tremely auxlous to reinforce the small
body of marines now ashore at Huan
lanamo bay. The ponltiou of these men
I not entirely satisfactory to tha niiii-uu
here. While no advices have yet reached
the navy department of the Httnnk mi.,ia
on me marine rorce by Hpaulsh guerillas
on Saturday night, there Is no disposition
to question the accuracy of the press re-
A. J. Maloy, the popular Kallroad
avenue grocerymaii, has branched out iu
rrw - Willie ami black" stv e that lu
his delivery wairniis hava luum ,.,.
named in a very art n,,,nur i.
Jacob; Korber ,V Co., while the pretty
aaj ii i r i ai.i .i....a j. . m - . '
o-ni.n asiiu uinii u hi in. w in mta ii n.ft.
date lettering, was the work of John
Thlrlon. who understands that class of
workmanship to iierrnctlon. Mr Ti,iri,,'a
shop is ou hast f IJeras avenue, where he
would ne Pleased to trive his ninllvl.u.l
attention to such work.
Sheriff Hubbell will m tn Kai.n in.
Ulght on legal business, ami mill l ai,.
sent from the olty several duys.
Mall Orders Given
and Tromptly Filled
m I STORE!
Agenta for Batter
lckfl Patterns and
Dr. Jaeger's Underwear.
Don't Overlook a Single Item 10 thi Gr,axy l larg,l,n,
m j ",wv" w J.ai&IV 11 VIII ia aurely aomethinir in thia
ou will need, and the pricea and quality apeak for themaelvea.
Hot Weather Dress Goods
AX at a.
wne lot XNoveltv Wcauo s;iv
Mixed Etamine. in I.avri,ir
(ioid, Light Blue and Burnt
wrarje. A truly beautiful goods;
worth 60 cent a yard. Our
r . ..
One lot Kai Kai Wash Silica.
-.L . .
worm up to 40c a yard. Our
One lot Lapnet Mull, in Ke,..
tiful designa and colora; looka
equal to th finest Orirandv:
worth 35c a yard. Our price 15c
Ladies' Silk Waists
Just anived. a handaom linr
oi Silk Waists, made up in the
latest style; all the new colorings,
in Tlad, Plain colora and Black.
$3.78 to $8.00
One lot of Ladiea' extra quality
Fait Tan Cotton Hose, worth 25c
a pair. Our price flc
One lot Ladies' White Ltnm
Cuff, all styles, worth up to 3Sc
a pair, wur price lsJ'j.O
See the new Burnt Orange Rib
bonsthe Latest Fad we have.
them in cash and necktie widths.
Children's Straw Hats
l lot Boys' Straw lists bound edges. . ine
I lot Boya' Sun IlaU, without bands. . IGe
1 lot eitra. quality Boys' 8trw Uata..20c
I lot extra quality Bailors 25e
1 lot Children's Bailors 5
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S SHOES
We have the largest and pret
tiest assortment of Ladies' and
Children'a Oxford Tiea and San
dals in the city, and
cannot be beat.
Ladiea' Low Shoes from
03o to $3.00
Children'a Low Shoea from.. .
G5o to $1.(15
Babies' Long and short Dresses,
Hoods, Hats and Wraps, Toilet
Baskets, Baby Buggy Robes and
I'arasol Covers, etc
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
Our assortment is lartre: our
styles the latest, and our prices
within the reach of all. We can
also save you from 10 to 95 per
cent, on all Furnishing Goods.
v van "itn n 1 " o
taw ,L3r-&a 1
Jas. L. Boll t& Co.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
I lum fin. Iftna. klM . j.l:,i . it
1 IM lady right. Our Hock oi Iruit Is tix
finest, lars-cal anil fmkrat in Alk...u.u
rM WI CATTY CVCrVTliirir Ul acaarm. MM ran
auppiv any irun oeatred, not only ol the (Mat
quality but at tlx lowest market prices, You
wiu aavc money aoa ot Better aatiaticd U
you order VOur Iruit Irom iau mrKxtu. f.
taoie we or canning purpoaea. Our great
iummcr pedalty a our Iruit department.
Al this time oi the year Iruit ought lo make
up hall ones living, ll'ione oi the few good
uiaonc tan , nave too mucn ot.
i . !
THE SULPHUR SPRINOS
WASON & TRIMBLC, Prop.
Hlnir Iui A Co.. No. 214 Bllvar avanna.
call attention to tlwlr Cns atovk ot I hi-
lime and Japaneaa ailka. tnaa. anil nnrina-
alxo earrj a large aanortmnt of Ureworka
01 evury uoiioriptlon. Call and soe them.
Wantfut Junt to Inform von that J. n
(iltliKin. tha Kirat atrt aeooud hand
goorlH man paya tha hlghewt prloa for any
Hiilahla artlnla eomnatlbla with allinir
tha aame at a rary small prollt.
Your auuitUHr variation without a kmiuk
Ul not heiMiforalilit. Hm tha H 11a atju.k
of camera carried by Brockmalnr.
White enamnled bedatiiada. dratwara ami
roekxra, at Kutrelle's.
TJh? 'U,PPI 'f'v lour-oorae at4f fa the Soulhwtat. From Thoro
toototh famoui i Sulphur Spring in th, Mountaina. Lear. Tiwrotoa
IiT?l Thurdir' ,nd Saturday, al 8 a. m. arrive at Bland rxwruka
L Mon'Jja! V JTVt i hUn "J P' m- frornlchJr.
00 Mondaya, Vedneadayi and Friday, Partiet leaving Albuquerque 00 Satur
day can apend Sunday in the mountain. "-suerqu. on aaiur-
Round Trip TlckeU for Sale by
B W. L. TRIMBLE Sc CO., - Albuquerque
L. T a. -a ..
POST & CO.,
W'yFuUL,,!ofJhctereMowcf RP. Thomas A-SUel
y7 VUIHP ay.jvaite. Milburn and Studebak M7.,,.
Mail orders given prompt attention.
Write for Prices.
VISITORS STOP AT
THE GRAND CENTRAL.
N. T. Arinljo IJulldlng.
ii'Trjij a ,V I,
You are invited to inspect our stock
ol lummer footwear, it wai never to
complete. All tlylet of TANS in
CALF, Via KID, CROME KID
Our Stock u all new thia Spring and
direct from the beil maaufActurcn.
The style are the laleat and up-4o-dte.
Have you teen the line of
MEN'S TAN CALF SHOF.S we
are telling for $2.50 a pair. W aim
lo pleaat you and give you the best
Uioet lor I lie money to be (mind any
where in the country.
GEO. G. GAINSLEY & GO.
HrlluLle Sliuv Dralna,
122 S. Second St.
Ala, VMintita .ivkj laaKriL attk!tii.
.AKUEST EXCLUSIVE SHOE DEALERS IS THE CITY.
H. E. FOX,
Corner Stl Ht. ami flolil Avt.
CHIEF WATCH INSPECTOR 8ANTA FE PACIFIC R.
Railroad Watches Sold on easy Monthly Payments.
l Jeweled r.Igiru
21 Jeweled Wallham
21 and 23 Jeweled Hampdeu
17 Jeweled I U null on
17 Jeweled Elgin
17 Jeweled Walthama,
Fine GoU, Gold Filled, Silver
and Nickle caaea,
elegant line of
We have Jut received an
101c Wedding; Ring's in
and Flat shaprs.
Fine Watch work. Stone Mounting- and ar
trsti; engraving promptly done.
All Pattern 10 and 15c
V ill. Kallroad Avenue, Allmiiiu'niup, N. M.
The Beat Xalglitod Store in
Day as Received
HEAD THE ECONOMIST STORE HS
Read it carefully. Exaggerations and misleading statements arc earefullv vM,l
We want your confidence and patronage, and are making every legitimate endeavo, re,
get it. This week's store news will prove a Money Saver. So Kan this "ad" carefully.
fc5c and 75c a vd
xwpUunal tar gain.
A full linii of
VialntH from 5' Kj
riiciji) to th
like out at
t, Olc- A nw Una of Mack
V Oil 1.0 24-ltii-hM wlilB,at50c,
I ?" '1 Ills In au rlCKU
) Skirts A
nW liUH Of Lailim' I.lnan ami
n lirasa Bklrtri at from
A nxw Hue of the latimt Kant
em Novalty White 1'I.iiim, la
all ityl.-a of Htrluea ami V
ISc, 20c. 25c, 36c And 50c yard
Child's Linen Wash Sulta-Iu a variety of
two ami three piece Suits at 60c, 75c, 91 ami $1.25
Children's Blue Sailor Suits -Two piece,
with Straw Cap to u.atch, only $1.35
Childron'a Linen. Cloth and White Duck
8allor Hate-All m!zh; only 2 5 c eaoh
wm at from
i Wash Goods
A new line of nil the uewe4
Hhaite and Coloring of Bilk Wlm.
5e to 25e each
'& CENT'S UNDERWEAR
A nice line of Hiilln iir-
k! . . . iiu iiiurrwnv; liie linii
, othem a-l( bus fur; our price only 19e per garment
Aiwuier line or auoy l U'lerwear HhlrtH ami
Drawers to inaWh-oiily sac plr garuietit
'I wo Fairs for. . .
Mall Orders Holleltuil aud Hatlwluctlon (luarttntoetl,
t GENT'S SHIRTS
Mark, TanauilGrav; 4 thread I.We
)i Hone, ilie litwt value lu the city.
OwIiik to the latmieiM of the aeaHon we nlare on
Lot i consists of Lawns, sold up to iKc;
at special price of
Lot 2 consists of all Lawns, sold up to 20c ft
at special price of .....lie M
j unsisis ot uu xawn and Lappets,
sod up to 35c; at special price of 15o
Lot -t consists of Organdies, sold up to 30;
at special price of 19 0
Lot s consists of our finest Imported French
Organdies, sold up to 50c yard; at special
i'r'e of 250 yard
A new Hue of Men's (iolf Blilrtu;
five eiylve to eeleut from, at from
Silk Sashes and Tie Special .p'iLlsS
a and Shee put on Hale to elurta out at actual cu.1. Hers I
r la achauce to own a Tieur Hanh fur little uioueT.
!TI 11 IIUIV ll.lll ..f ft' 111 I'L'II l 1.. 1
a "" "i nnon 1 r.iw juHi receiveil at..
" lr. 11 ,.1 II.. .
3Sc, 50c and 75c catb