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Albuquerque Daily Citizen.
( All War News
The Dally Citizen, (
JProh from lh wires ev
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ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 14, 189b.
SEEN AND COUNTED
Spanish Ships at
With American Gunboats.
ANOTHER AMERICAN ARMY SAIL POR MANILA.
n tfetiington, June 14. Ths lant IIiir
prlf'K dnuht that may bar existed an to
Mi pretence nt Cervera's fleet In Ita en
tirety at Uantiago harbor km removed
wli mi Admiral Hampenn' dlNpatch reach
ed the naval department lant night. Up
(o that time Information of the nuniher
nud character of the veewle shielded
fiomotmervatlon by the hill, had been
I'Muined through Cuban sources, sup
plemented by such gHmpee m could
! oliUln-d by the naval ollicer from
ontHldrt the entranoe. Now, however, ac
ronling to Lieutenant Blue, the ship
luive been actually wen by American of
lirein, counted and lnpr-cted from point
cf vuntHce alTonted by the high hill sur
rounding the harbor. OMIclal here are
t .ill of pmlHe for Lieut. Hlue's achieve
inrnt. Victor Blue ha tieen lung known
In the nary a an enterprising and nring
younir tillicer, but It required a good ileal
of AUHtnlned courage for hint to go at-hore
In a hoNtile country and alone and make
tM rec nnisanre. Had he been rap
tured by the fpanlardR, he would have
hern tried by a drum head court martial
en I executed.
r-KIHMISH AT HAVANA.
N.nLh Mii. in ttie llarbur Bogae;. tlte
Key v-Bt, June 14. Advice received
h. re to-day are to the effect that three
Hpitnhdi ships ran out to the mouth of
Havana Imru?r on rulay and headed in
a ehHterl) duucilon. The vessels of the
iit.K'kKlt Uk Hqtiadrun were lying well off
prion', me nrnreel not being eloeer tnan
V) y-irds. Upun sighting the Hpan-
lunis tliey "" lire short distance and
opened Arc on them. A volley of ehnt
Kirt e Tin ! 1 brought no espouse from
iIih eueiuy, but Hie quintet of ships
NeHliiy lurned tail and hugging tiie
hIioi.', under the batteries, run l ad Into
tlm hitrbor. The American ship, how
eviir, dbl not accept bail and made no
further attempt to molest them. The
elrir.'.ctBr of the PpauUh boat could not
b pj-iltlvely tixel on account of thU dls.
twice, but the Auierloau olllcere who par
tii'.pxtrdiii thi.fl tir say one or two were
eiimll gunhoutri of the class which ban
teen ni.tiiKii vf 1 tiitr all along; the north
c 11st In (utile elli.rU to draw the Amerl
r.i.i ships within lire of the Hpauit-ti but
ler.ee. VtwterlHy afternoon three Havana bat
teries, the Hiiuta Clara battery and Kand
latteries No. 1 and l!, deliberately
tipeiied lire on an auxiliary gunboat
trulsiug closely along shore.
Alenit a half di ren shots were fired,
none timling any other mark than the
tt'ii, ull hough eeveral dropped too cloee
for c unfort. The gunboat hurried out
of ilAnger and reported the attack to the
bio kmlinur lias-ship of the squadron. No
u'.'i mpt at retaliation wan made.
TO HAIL roll MANILA.
Another Army lo Ball from Baa fraD
elaoa for the dtlllppltiM
Ran KranclWA June 14. Thirty-live
hundred auldieni left Camp Uerritt tills
moriilug and embarked nu the traiiNport
t-'eumere which are to take them to the
I liilippiuea. Thoee who boardml the
( liiua were the Kiret regiment of Colo
rs Ui volunteers two I'tah batterlea of
litrlit artillery and halt of the Klghteenth
renlitr Infantry. On board the Colon
tire the Twenty-third regiment of in
inntrv, and a portion of the Klghteenth.
The Tenth regiment of Penneylvaula
v ilunteere and the VI rut Nebraska go on
."Hlundia and the Senator. It la gener
ally expected that the tleet will get away
to-mirrow. brlgadler-Oeneral tireeue
MIIHl AIIOIT MANILA.
The Npanlah Admiral OWm the Ileoa
for Hit HIfDl UtlHl.
I,oihlon, June 14. The Tlmee this
uioruiiig gtvee epace to a two-column
acciiuiit of the battle of Manila, includ
ing Admiral Mont I jo', vereion of tliede
Ntruetioii of hie Meet. It coutaina noth
ing new, except the statement of Ad
mit ul Moutljo that be lutended
to tight at Bublo, but Uud
Ing it would take at leant a
month to put Htihlo In a proper state of
deleinte, but wan obliged to return to
1'nvlte. He hlatuee the Madrid govern
ment for the dlwmter, declaring that be
rotiHtuutly made requleltioua for ehipa
ami torpwloee, but nothing came. As a
matter of fact lie bad no torpedoes
except euch as he oonetructed hiin
M'lf with bad material.
Mpala I aen.lble.
Vienna, June 14. A bulletin to the
Nette Krele 1'reiwe eaya that Hpain has
reiiieNtel the powers to urge the Lnlled
Htutee to occupy Manila, should the town
Hiitreinler, and not allow the insurgents
to do eo.
Voualtt a Uuel.
I'arlM, June 14. Count Boniface de
I'uxtellane, who married Mies Anna
(mild of New York, fought a duel this
Call and u them. Out
We have KLtilN. WAI.TIIAM ind HAMILTON WATC'liKS t
prue. luwetlliaii you ca buy cUcitliete.
Leading JeweUr, RAILROAD
morning- with M. Henri T 11 rot of I'etlte
liepuhlicne Francatse. Three rounde
were fcught with swords. U. Turot wan
wounded In each round, twice slightly and
a third eeverelv In the rlsht forearm.
time ending the duel. The diepute which
iei 10 me meeting grew out or Turot
comment on Infanticide committed by a
servant in trie count household.
I'arla Jllt.O 11 Thn Uulln. n. I. .loir.
was defeatetl In the chamber of deputies
L".M1 to 21 H, amid luleiiee excitement and
A OM 1 1 A I. HAMHMIN,
II Ha Willi el Huntlago, Cube, II Will
WaNlilugtoii, June 14. Acting Rear
Admiral Kitnipenn. commanding the
naval forces oterallng In the West In
diee, whoee actual rank In the navy is
mat ci captain, will become commodore
on the third proximo by the etatutory
retirement oi near Aitmirai milium a.
Kirkland, conuuandaut of the Mara Is
land, California, navy yard, now rank
ing ollicer of the navy. In the event
of the successful performance of
Important duties assigned to him In the
weit indies. Including the capture and
occupation of Hautlago and Han Juan, of
wnicn bis friends nave no doubt what
ever, Captain Sampson la also assured of
lurttier nromntlon to the rank of rear ad
miral, this bel.ig the highest grails to
which he can attain unless congress
snail re create trie grade of vice admiral
lor ins siiecial benetit.
In addition to Kirkland, Ave other
admirals retire during the next tew
months by the operation of the Urn on
account of age. They are Admiral
Joseph N. Miller, commanding the
Tactile station; Admiral Montgomery
oicarn, president or tne war board: Ad
mlral 11. C. Matthews, president of the
examining and retiring board: Admiral
K. 8. liunce, commanding the New York
navy yard, and Ad t Iral C. 8. Norton,
commanding the Washington navy yard.
n un tne exception or inner, an these
otlloers are likely to be retained In their
present places after retirement during
the continuance nt war with Hpain be
cause of non availability of olllcers on
the active list to take their places.
STAIN C'Ol'NTINO UN OKKMANY.
Hopaa That lrrmanr Will Not Allow
liumlmrtliiiant of Manila.
Madrid June 14. The Hpaubth press
has increased its optimism, based on the
belief that Germany Intends to prevent
the IxMiitiardmeut of Manila by inaklug
a naval demonstration. The newspapers
urge eacralloes with a view to securing
(ieruiauy's assistance. Political leaders
express themselves in favor of offering
(iermauy the following concessions in
return for her "taking ttis initiative in
Firstly Naval stations and coaling
depots in Hpauish Oceauica.
Secondly Hpanlsh concurrence in the
development of (ieruiauy's commercial
relations with Morocco.
The Hrltl.h Amarlean Trovlncaa rrlauill,
to the l ultad Btalaa,
Indon, June 14. Sir Charles Tupper,
Canadian statesman, just arrived here
from Canada, Is quoted inau interview:
"Canada sympathizes very warmly with
the proposed re-approachment between
(ireat Hritaln and the l ulled States. It
has always been our desire to have
the most friendly commercial relations
with the republic, but hitherto the l ulled
States lias not shown any disposition to
reciprocate. McKlnley and the Ulngley
bills and alien labor laws presented con
clusive evidence on this point 1 believe,
however, the present Is the most pro
pitious time for a settlement of all such
qnestlous, and In the changed temper of
the American people, I think they can be
approached with a fair prospect of a just
Bpaulah Ships Mall.
Loudon, June 14. Three Hpanlsh
steamers lying at Liverpool recently, the
(iallego, Navarro and Palentlne, renamed
the Coinns, Lajiiuo and Palestro, sailed
for St. John, New Hrunswick, yesterday,
It Is said.
Uimlon, June 14 The three Spanish
steamers which stilled from Liverpool be
long to lilynu A Sons. They have
been transferred to the Hrltlnh Canadian
Hue and will not touch Spaulsh ports.
fJaath of a famous t)euatlM.
Montreal, June 14. Sir John Adolph
Chapleau, formerly lieutenant governor
of Quebec, secretary of state of the
Dominion and one of the great Crunch
Canadian statesmen is dead, aged .
Auuv&atlou of Hawaii.
Washington, June 14. In the house
the Hawaiian debate proceeded, (irosve
nor said the peudiug question was uot
A Urge and unique -lortmrnt
oi Fine Diamond.
Irom 2 ' i cirat ttoiwt to tlx
good arc right lad to arc our price i.
NEW WAIST SETS-.
JEWELED BELTS. CHATELAINS.
AVENUE, Albuquerque. N. M
one for party politics. Argnlng for the
constitutionality of the proposal annex
ation, he contended that power was given
to congress In the "general welfare"
clansea nt the constitution.
Vota a.f CoaAdanee.
Paris, June 14. The chamber of depu
ties to day by 'J'.'o to tii pafweit a vote of
conudeuce in the government.
ILLINOIS ftKPl HLICA MB.
Bla Convention In Baaalon nl Nprlntnald
and Many Tetrlotle Spaarhaa.
Springfield, III , June 14. The repub
ncan stale convention met at noon
Hovernor Tanner's picture occupied
piece of honor between those of Lincoln
and McKinley. Charles M. lrooks, of
KiM'kford, wss introduced as temporary
chairman. Ills reference to (iovernttr
Tanner as the llrst governor "to tender
the general government the military
forces and resources of the slate" was re
ceived with prolonged applause.
Senator Mason spoke at length. He
said the republican party bail kept every
pledge made at St. IOula, and defended
the liingley bill. He said, "The laboring
men to-ilay feed more to their dogs than
they fed to their children nnder the free
trails herety. (Applause). Unopposed
the prosecution of the war for acqulsl
tlon of territory. "We went out to the
world," said he, "as a gotd Samaritan
and while performing the act of a good
Samaritan 1 want no larceny on behalf of
my country." (Applause .
A letter was read from. Senator Oil lorn
In which be declared that "we must drive
Snaln from Cuba and Porto Klco and the
I'lilllpptne islands, and possiriiy from the
tanary islands, (ureal applause.)
M. Mainline, or Sheibyvllle, was
elected permanent chairman, and K. K.
h hltteniore was nominated tor state
treasnrer by acclamation.
for state superintendent Alfred Bay-
line was nominated.
LOOKKII ATSHANIMI fl.r KT.
Ll.ut. nine Takaa a paap at Admiral
Washington, June 14 The navy de
partment to-dsy posted the following
uuneiin rrom luoie M. Mcolns:
"Lieut. Hlue has returneti after adetonr
nt seventy statute miles of observation of
the harlior of Santiago de Cuba. He re
ports the Spanish tl l all there. The
Spanish attacked vigorously the camp at
unantanamo. An outpost or rnur m i.
rluee were killed and their boillns mtitll
atei barbarously, burgeon HI litis was
killed. (Signed) "Sami-mon.'
New Orleans, June 14. Superintendent
D. I). Currao. of the (yueeu and Crescent
roan, was seriously wounded by his sten
ographer, W. J. Koppert, In the com
pany otllce to day. Koppert is In cue.
Washington. June 14. Treasurv of.
flclals say that the Indications are that
the ftim.ooo.ilUO loan will bo largely over
HOLUINO TUB fOHT.
im sinrinM Milt Furtlllad and r
lloldlti( a Po.lllon at Uuanlanamo.
New York, June 14. A special to the
Kvenlng World from llolo St. Nicholas
says that the auxiliary cruiser St. Louis
arrived there from uuautanamo. which
she left at 3 o'cltH'k yesterday afternoon.
irie marines at lalmanera were hard
at work throwing up breastworks and
strong formications on the hill ton be
hind theprnmontory where the gnns will
be placed tor the protection of the force.
Hires miles east of Santiago there was
a little village, where a considerable
force of Spanish troops were stationed.
it was used as a base of operations for
the attack on the American positions, but
yesterday, a World dispatch says, the
bolphtn shelled the place and practically
leairoyen n. rrom tne ivdunlus deck
the Spanish soldiers could be seen run
ning In all directions.
Kanaaa I'll Market.
nuu-HOT v.,., viifio .. zfnin--rwt-AeinLi.
fi.lMK): ittarket btwt o-r&jla utuut v
Native steers. 3.2o4.l; Texas steers,
fi iotti-tO; Texas cows, f 2 KonM.lX); na
tive cows and heifers, 2.2ot4.Ho; stack
ers and feeders, l t.50y4D.5O; bulls, $:i.uru(
Sheep Keceijits, 2,000; market Arm.
Lambs. .l.o,.r j.6i); muttons. I2.8nii
t'ltlcao Block Markat.
Chicago. June 13. Cattle Receipts.
3,(MJ head; market steady.
Heeves, I4.uKi(u.ri; cows and heifers.
f2.DOtt4.tf; Texas steers, $:i.tiitj4.40;
Hlockers and feeders :im il.Hi.
Sheep HtsMdpts, 10,00(1; market steady.
Natives, 3.W)(.i 5.25; westerns, tl.60ti(
S.Bo; lambs, t l.2oiUl0.
Chicago um. Market.
Chicago, June 14. Wheat June wheat.
hoe.; July. 7"Hc Corn June, Hl'Bc;
July, 31c. Oats-June, 21c; July,i:3 '4c.
Vunt York .lone II Monnv nn eat I
nominally at 1 u 1 C rwr pent. Prima
mercantile paper, 34.
Rurlatl thla Afternoon.
Last night's train from Gallup brought
In the remains of Walter K. Koulks, the
14 year-old sun of Hev. and Mrs. W. K.
Koulks, now of tiallup, who were for
merly located here. The grief. stricken
parents accompanied the body of their
sou here and with them was Kev. P. A.
Sluipklu, pastor of the Congregational
church at Gallup. Itev. Sinipkiu, who is
a near friend of the family, assisted In
the funeral services held this afternoon
at the Highland Methodist church, by
Kev. HodgHou, burial III Kalrvlew ceme
tery by I mtertaker Moiitfort.
Mr. and Mrs. vuulks have a large circle
of friends in this city who are giving
every evidence of siucere regret at the
loss to the respected pa-dor aud wife.
All who knew tne Utile fellow, whose
ieath comes so untimely, thought ex
ceedingly well of him.
Uragorj Paga v.. Yt alar.
n the circuit court, Gregory Page, pro
prietor of the Page hotel at Gallup, asks
for au Injunction against the town of
Gallup restraining the corporation (rum
shutting off his water supply.
mere seems to be a uirjereuce of opin
ion between the town authorities aud
Mr. Page as to what amount he should
pay for his supply of water. The city
wishes to charge til in the rates per
mouth placed against hotels. Mr. Page
maiutHlus that his place is not in the
strict sense a hotel, but a lodging house.
He does uot serve meals to guests, but
simply provides them with bulging. The
price to lodging houses for water is Ifi.f)
per month and to hotels (A.
Gentlemen and patriots, before going
to war buy your underwear and furuish
lug goods at the Golden Kule Vry Goods
Co. and save half.
Wanted A good team of work horses,
for purchase or exchange. Call 413 South
Ice cream. In pint and quart boxes,
50u per quart, Candy Kitchen.
White pique shirt waists exclusively
shown at the Kiiouomlst.
BATTLE AT SANTIAGO !
Fighting All Daj SoDdaj on
Hills Near the City.
Fleet of Transports For Cuba Still
at Key West.
Leltcr, the Big Wheat Speculator, Being
Attached For Big Sural.
rioMiniirr maitiaud mar a men.
New York, June 14. A special dlpatch
dated off Calmanrra, Jnne 13 via Mole St.
Nicolas, Haytl, June 14. Reports are that
there waa a renewal on Sunday ot Span
I'll attacks upon the marines landed
there on Friday last. Kighting la mid
to have lasted all through Sunday night.
camp McCalla and Crest bill being at
tacked bv greatlv superior forces of Soan
lh. The battleship Texas, gunboat Mar-
biehead and collier Abarenda supported
the marines by directing their Are upon
the coast, particularly the bushes, which
all through these encounters have served
to screen the movements of the Spaniards.
KID HOT BAIL
Tha American Troopa for Cab Bllll nl
Washington, June 14. Official Infor
mation has reached Washington to the et
feet that the fleet of transports with
troops for Santiago, supposed lo have left
yesterday for Cuba, had not sailed at an
early hour this morning. No reason has
been stated for the unexpected delay. Of
ficial positively decline to discuss the
matter, but clearly show by their man
ner that the news is m ist unwelcome.
EXPEDITION KIN1LLT MOV EH.
Washington. June 14. Later advices
received during the afternoon abow that
a start was actually made yesterday, but
trie movement dragged aud manv shins
did not move until some time this fure-
iiihiu. It is supposed that the vessels are
now fairly under way. Our public prott
1st lily will be fully informed to-morrow
concern lug the movement, as the authori
ties have determined to withdraw the
censor-Ill p thus far enforced from Florida
points. Allowing three davs for the tr Id.
General Hliafter s forces will be In the
vicinity cf Santiago by Friday noon. It
is e i pec led thai another expedition will
leave from an Atlantic coast point within
ten days for Porto Klco.
Laltar la llaakrupt.
New York. June 14 Justice Lair, of
the supreme court, has Issued an attach
ment agalust the property of Joseph Let
ter, wheat speculator of Chioairo for
l'.i3,t)a In favor of Otto K. Loelirke. P.
P. Callaghan and William KnlshL trraln
ueaiers, iot money advanced
1 he attachment was levied noon the
funds belonging to Letter aud deposited
in the Chase National bank, Hanover
hank and other llnauclal concerns In the
city. The plaintiffs, who comprise firm
ot Otto K. Lochrke and company assert
mat lliey advanced, at the special In
stance and request of Letter in various
sums 71t3,U25 since February IS'JS,
which lie promised to pay on demand.
They allege that be refused to pay the
amounts so advanced. Attachment Wits
Issued on the ground that Letter Is a
MAY MOT ASSIUN.
Chicago, June 14. It was stated bv
friends of Joseph tatter that the attach
ment Issued agalust hliu lu New York
will uot force bis assignment.
The Laltar Whast.
Chicago, June 14. P. 1). Armour todav
bought all of Joseph Letter's cash wheat
lu the Northwest, amounting to four or
live million bushels. Seml-anthorllative
information Is also obtained that Armour
will take up all Letter wheat.
ine sale to Armour clears the atmos
ihere and It trustees are necessary to
Iquldate the rest ot Letter's cash wheat.
it will not require much time to dlsuose
of the remaining 3.ooo,ooo bushels or more.
I here Is a fair prospect that Letters
creditors will lose nothing.
Paolo I'anaod hy Loltor.
London. June 14. The eollauee of the
Letter wheat corner caused a panic in
the Liverpool market. In tamlon the
news was received with equanimity. The
coucmusus of opinion nt a number of op
erators on Mark Lane Is that the Knglish
market will gain steadily now that the
lunger Is operating without reirard to
the market precedents shaken out.
Chicago. June 14. Perrv Lee Downs.
Ileuteuaut colonel of the Blue and Grav
legion, has been arrested, charged with
forging railroad bonds to the value of
to,UOU. The sheriff acted on requisi
tion papers from Governor Tanner and
the governor of Maryland. Iavls la a
relative of General Fitzhngh Lee and
Jefferson liavls. The alleged forgery oc
curred three years ago.
i p to tnree years ago he was above re
GEO. G. GAIHSLEY
AIL. OktUKM UIVKSJ
LAKGKST EXCLUSIVE SHOE DEALERS IN THE CITY.
Comer 'id St.
CHIEF WATCH INSPECTOR
Railroad Watchei-SolJ on cay Monthly Payments,
21 Jeweled Elgin
21 Jeweled Waltham
21 and 23 lewcled Hampdcni
17 Jeweled Hamilton.
17 leweted Elvins
We have lust received
18k Wedding Rings
17 Jeweled Walthama.
Fine Gold, Gold Filled,
Mall Ortlera Solicited aud
proach, but It Is ssld th. ganthlin
canned nis downfall, lis sqnandered
fortune at the gambling taide, the ctn
ctals say, and In order to recoup hi ni
self committed forgery after forgrv nn
til the amount he obtained In this way
became en large that to avoid arrest he
flt-d without notifying bis family.
Tha riaa Still Va...
Kingston, Jamaica, June 14. After
twoulghts' hard lighting t'.e American
flag still waves over the encampment of
marines In Cuba and It will be kept
there. In Sunday night's fighting two
American s were mile. I. and l ur Wound
ed. The dead are Mrgent Major Henry
ittaain nun prtvaie latlllisn.
laanrganta Att'rk Manila.
r. 1 1 , ... ...
ni rnii, ainie n. A.ivices received rrom
Shanghai by the Frankfort Zltuti ssvs
that news has been received from Manila
Inst there Is lighting every night around
the town. The Insurgents, It seem, are
trying to rapture Msnlla and etabllh
an independent government before the
The German consul at Manila. It
further reported, has three hundred flr
msns and Swiss nn board a refugi
steamer In the harbor.
Trnat Companies llefrated.
JifTerson City. Mo. June II. The
supreme count, en banc, to day granted a
writ of ouster In the cases of the true!
companies of this state recently proceed
ed against by the attorney. general for
ttolallng the state banklnir law. The
attorney general brought suit to nullify
the eharter of the trust c m panics be-
muse wiey were noing niiHiness as banks
liver and Load,
New York. June 14. Silver.
ri'MCRAL OP tJAKL IIALI.INO,
It Will Omar To-morrow Mornlnn-AII
The funeral of Carl Balling, thn aged
entleman who died yesterday at the
ome of his son. Simon Ualllnir. C7 South
First Street, will take Discs to-morrow
morning. The funeral cortege will start
fruin the hoiiHe at o'clock proceeding
hi tne in. manual voricepuoii cuurch
wnere a requiem mass will lie said and
Mineral sermon preached by Kev. Father
Mandalarl. Cndertaker Moiitfort directs
tne funeral preparations. Interment
"nil be in Santa Barbara ceineterv
Stephen Balling will arrive here this
livening rrom Needles to attend bis fntb.
Friends of the family are Invited to at.
lend and will doubtless do so In large
uuinuern, air nailing s ugure was fa
miliar to numlier of cilixeus and these
friends express deep sorrow with the
ramuy in ineir bereavement.
Frank Chapexe. ol Kaunas Clf v. Dassed
through the city last night with thirty
cars loaded with tat cattle, which bad
been purchased near Prescott, and are en
viie 'O warden v.lfy, Kensas.
K. 11. Laberteaux and tl. J. Rnruer, two
well known and extensive cattle buyers
and raisers the former from Laa Vegas
ana me latter rrom llolbrook paseed
through the city this morning with
twenty cars of cattle for Garden City,
(i. L. Brooks, general malinger of the
Aiieo Lana x lame company out west.
shipped on yesterday twenty cars of
steers rrom llolbrook to Dodge City. Kan ,
where they will be put on pasture.
Messrs. Scott Bros., extensive sheep
raisers of llolbrook. had a train load of
rat sneen pass through the city for the
Kansas City market this morning. The
sheep were loaded at llolbrook yesterday.
Bllljr Kloihair. tl.xxl Job.
A dispatch from San Francisco, under
data ot June 11, says:
It Is senil-ofllciatly announced that
Brigadier- General II. . Otis has chosen
for adjutant general ot the Fourth bri
gade Captalu Murphy, son of Tutted
States Senator Murphy, of New York, and
ror Drigadier quartermaster Captain A.
W. Kimball, son of Colonel Amos S. Kim
ball, Lnlted States army, present depot
quartermaster at New York city.
Jarauilllo Ulx linraod.
Justice Crawford this mornlna- dis
charged Kllomeuo Jaramillo from cut
tody. This Is the man who was arrested
esterday on a warrant sworn out by
rranclsco K. Montova. charielnir Jara
millo with an assault with a deadly
weaKn. The court room was well tilled
with witnesses tor aud against the de
fendant. According to the testimony given. Jam
millo, who Is engaged In business that
compels him to travel from place to
place, was yesterday passing Montoya's
place on burse back, when the latter'a
dog set on him. Jaramiilo's horse be
came frightened and dashed Into a
barbed wire fence with him.
Jaramillo, r. ho, on account of his oo
cupatlon, has permission from the au
thorities to carry arms. Dulled his olstol
and shot the dog.
Montoya ran out and remonstrated
ith Jaramillo aud dually hail the
charge, as given, preferred against the
riner. nun mis evidence before hliu,
the justice concluded that the only as
sault made was upon the dog, and this
was excusanie in t i s lnstunce. so he
gave Jaramillo his liberty.
You are invited to inspect our stock
of lummer footwear, it wu never to
complete. All ttylei ol TANS In
CALF, Via KID, CROME KID
Our Stock it ll new this Spring and
direct Irom the but manufacturer..
The styles are the Utett and up-to-date.
Hive you tern the line ol
MHN'S TAN CALF SHOES we
are selling (or $2. SO a pair. We aim
to pleat you and give you the best
shoe (or the money to be found any
where in Ihc country.
Kelluhle Shoe Draiera,
122 S. Second St.
f'AMKPIL ATTP.W I IOW.
and (iold Avt-.
SANTA FE PACIFIC R. R.
An cltj-ant line of
In Tiffany, Oval
and rut shapes.
Fine Watch work, Stone Mounting and ar
tistic engraving promptly done.
Mall Order Given
and Promptly Filled
you will nerd, and the pricei and quality apeak lor thcmselvea.
Hot Weather Dress Goods
One lot Noveltv Wa vo Silk
Mixed Etamine. in
Oo.d, Light Blue and Burnt
Orarge. A truly beautiful goods;
worth 6o cent a yard. Our
One lot Kal Kai Wash Silk..
wotth up to 40c a yard. Our
One lot Lapnet Mull. In rwan.
tiful desiens and colors: looka
equal to th finest Organdy:
worth 35c a yard. Our price 1 5c
Ladies' Silk Waists
Just arrived, a handsome line
of Silk Waists, made up in the
latest style; all the new colorings,
in Plud, Plain colors acd Black.
t rice $2.1 H to $ (Ml
Jas. L. Boll & Co.
DKALKKS IN ,
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
-Uo them up, thoac berrie art delictum,"
I he ldv hi rlirht. Our dock oi fruit la tlx
linemt. Urge and fraheet in Albuquerque
m w urry evervrnin m leAaon. wa caji
upply any imit desired, not only of the best
quality but at the lowest market prices. You
wiu save money ana De Dettcr smtuiKd u
you order your (nut irom us, whether for
tabic use or Canning purpotes. Our prsl
ummer specially Is our fruit department.
At this time of the year fruit ought to make
up half ones living. It's one of the lew good
things one can't have too much of.
Sing Im & Co.. No. 214 Bllvr avnu.
rail attention to their Bus stock ot Chi
nftie and Jupantnte sllka. tcaa. and eurlon;
altto carry a larire atwortmnnt of Urwork
of nvery dmorlptioa. Call and at thorn.
Vour umnir vacation without a kodak
will not ba enjoyable. 8m the flue stock
1 ruuittras carried by Brockmlr.
New organdlM. lawns. dlmltlM. atn..
n all the unw effect, on aale thla wettk.
at the KoonouiUL
White enameled hetlnteada dretweni and
rockers, at Kutrelle's.
Urups and trimmings. Whitney Co.
All Patterns 10 and 15c
20 1 Railroad Avenue, AHituiiieniue,
Tlio Boat ZesleSfli-ted Store
Read it carefully. Exaggerations and misleading; statements are carefully avoided.
We want your confidence and patronage, and are making- every legitimate endeavor to
get it. This week's
Child's Linen Wash SuUs-In a variety of
two and three piece Siiltn at 50, 75c, $1 and $1.25
Children's) Blue Sailor Suits Two pint-en,
with Htraw Cap to match, only $1.35
Children's Linen, Cloth and White Duck
Sailor Hats All hIzm; ouly 25c each
A new line of
Hhsdttti aud rolorluir
mirn at from
enu I inter
others ask 6c fur; our pries only 1D per guruieut
Anuther Hue of Fancy i:uderwear Bhlrt and
I rawem to match only 25e per guruieut
CENT'S SOX .!.Ttt;r;i!tr,uV!n,,eV,: Silk Sashes and
Two 1'alrs for
rPWT'C 0U1DT0 A new line of
ft O Ull I IV 10 flve stylvs to select from, at from " ;TA iiw Hue of
A uu if.
Tl BIG STORE!
a Single Item
One lot of Ladies' extra quality
Fast Tan Cotton Hose, worth 25c
a pair. Our price lfle
One lot Ladies' White Linen
Cuffs, all styles, worth up to 35c
a pair. Our price I Ac
See the new Burnt Orange Rib
bonsthe Latest Fad we have
them in sash and necktie widtha.
Children's Straw Hats
1 tot Boji Straw HaU bound adg. . 10c
1 lot Btivs' Buo 11U, without bauds. . 1S
I lot eitra quality Boys' Straw Hats. ,2)e
I lot eitra finality Bailor 2T
1 lot Children's Sailors lie
THE SULPHUR SPR1NQS
WASON & TRIMBLE, Props.
Th. best equipped trl-weekly four-horse stsgs in the Southwest. From Thorn
ton to lb fsmous Sulphur Springs in the Jemcs Mountains. Lesva Thorotaa
I uesdays. Thursdays snd Saturdays at 8 a. nu arrive at Bland 12 imu Usvs
j xrj T "H"u"
on Mondays, Wednesdays and FncUys.
wty uu ipcaa ouncuy in IB mountains.
Round Trip Tickets for Sale by
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO., - Albuquerque
We Carry a Full Line of Buckeye Mower Repairs. Thomas Atl-Sted
rusy uump nay Kak.es.
Write for Prices. Mail orders
N. T. Armljo
Oeaxatreally Xjooatad XX
ECONOMIST STORE NEWS
store news will prove a Money Saver.
A full line of
VtaiMtH from ooc
each up to tin
like cut at
$t and $2.60
i: O il lr
a O 1 1 i. O
O 1 nlo A new "ue of Ladltti' Lineu aud
O J 1 1 tO l,r BklrU at from
in i mo A nw of
L lVJ LAtJil eru Novelty VWilta Piiiiira. in
i Wash Goods
OwIiik to the lntneHH of the aeaiton we place on
Hale nurmit re HtokufUwns and Organdies, divided Into
lle Iota, kit follows:
lot i consists of Lawns, sold up to 15c;
at special price of , t0
Lot 2 consists of all Lawns, sold up to aoc
at special price of j lo
Lot 3 consists of all Lawn and Lappets,
od up to 25c; at special price of lflo
Lot 4 consists of Organiltes, sold up to 30;
at special price of H,0
Lot $ consists of our finest Imported French
Organdies, sold up to 50c yard; at special
Price of tfflo yard
all the newest
of Bilk vYitul-
5e to 25o each
lint) of llulliriii-
wear: the kind
unit Sadie put on
Men's (iulf KhlrU
1 a l imin e iu uwii u
Agenta for Batter
lck'fl Patterns and
Dr. Jaeger's Underwear.
Gnliny of Ilargalnn. There
surely somethinir in thta lot that
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S SHOES
We have the largest and pret
tiest assortment of Ladies' and
Children's Oxford Ties and San
dals in the city, and our prices
cannot be beat.
Ladies' Low Shoes from .....
5o to $3.0O
Children's Low Shoes from;..
03o to $1.05
Babies' Long and short Dresses,
Hoods, Hats and Wraps, Toilet
Baskets, Baby Buggy Robes and
Parasol Covers, etc.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
Our assortment is large; our
styles the latest, and our prices
within the reach oi all. We can
also save you from 10 to 35 per
cent, on all Furnishing Goods.
' P "n- f returns rrom auiphun
Parties leaving Albuquerque oo Satur-
POST & CO.,
Milburn and Studebaker Wagons
given prompt attention.
Day as Received..
So scan this "ad" carefully.
A n w Una ot Black Rroaila Indlsn.
24 - hu'hwi wldn, at 50c, 66c and 75c a yd
: -Trillin in au txcutioual bargaiu.
all Htvlva nt Htrliiaa anil V..in.
5c 20c. 25c, 35c and 50c a yard
Our entire stock
wile to cIum out at actual emit. Hers
i ie or oanii tor little uioney.
WASH VK1LS just recelve.1 at
35c. 50e And 7V ,
35c, 50c and 75c each