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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 16, 1898
Fortifications Knocked to Pieces
Heavy Shot and Shell.
Utisntanamo Bay, Jans 15, via Klngs
ton, Jamaica, June 1H The defense of
fainianera hare been demolished by the
Trias, Marbleliead and Buwanee.
The iriu steamed slowly op the chan
nel leading to the fortifications, followed
closely by the Marulehead. Tbe Texan
llrnl two shots a the range finders, both
falling short and to the rig'it. Tbe
Marlilehead stood off to the west aide of
the hay and opened with her fire-Inch
gnim knocking down a part of the wall.
The Texas then threw some twelre-inch
sh lls, tearing down the wall of the fort,
throwing bricks and mortar thirty feet
in the air. After badly damaging the
fort the Marlilehead stood further in
to shell the earthworks and barracks
nt the west end of the harbor. She
knocked them Into the air and when the
(I'ft'iliinls lied from the fort they er
fliellid by the St. Faul and driven Into
the hiiHhee. The Spaniards fired only five
s'mts, which did no damage. After the
ships stood out into the harbor the Hoan
lh lu the bushes opened tire on the Uar
llehead's launch, which replied vigorous
ly The Buwanee then turned back and
MinHril the Im-he", driving the Spaniards
Hpaulah flea Ball.
Mmlrl.l, June IH 4 p. ru. It Is re
ported that the Spaulsh rlwt has left
lalis tor an unknown destination.
The minister of marine. Cupula Aa
non, whs on board one of the ships when
the squadron sailed, but will return on
reselling the open sea and giving Ad
nnrnl l arnaro final Instructions.
WILL MOT PKKMIT.
Tills Country Will Mot Permit Oanuan
Iniervenfloii at Manila,
London, June 1 .A correspondent of
the mr to-day telegraphs from Berlin:
"I h i Uiiteil nt'Ut'i embassy declares to
lui-iiMi me i imeii btates will not per
n il (inriuiin trorpi to ho litnded ou the
l'liill i!ne Inland. Tim l.ormans, Hie
Americans sildi-d, have sh IPtle right to
oi-cupy any .a:t of the Philippine Inlands
hh iru'jr nine to occupy New lorn Man
1U nn (I the i'l'llippliie Islands, they point
out, are now iinttel mate territory."
Las Caiman, Canary Inlands, June 14.
CiiiHiderable excitement and comment
ha IxHoi caused here by tbe fact that
prior to her departure from this port, the
nr.HMi second class cruiser Dido went
through maneuvers said by the Spanish
to ne unusual, in front oi the bar. In
dinting practicing landings on tbe south
WILL NOT INTaMtFBHK.
Uvrmauv Will Nat Intarfer WbH N
nils Is Captured
New York, June Id. A dispatch to the
World from Loudon aays: Neither Kuesia
uor France and still less Kngland
won! d tolerate any attempt to turn Anier
lea's gallaut overthrow of the Hnantsh
fleet and virtual capture of Manila to
(eriiiHtiy s special advantage.
International Jealousies gnarantee
tiiet America will not lie troubled by any
Interference lu the Philippines.
To Kaiuova English KaaldanU.
Kingston, Jamaica, June IB. It is on
del stood that the British warship Talbot
exiled from Porto Royal yesterday for
Havana, to bring away the British consul
Hud any British subjects desirous of
HI'AIN IS KXCITKO.
Tliluks au Aiuarluau fiaat of War VmhIi
New York, June 111. A dispatch to the
Herald from I'adlx, via Gibraltar, says:
There is great excitement here owing ti
fours that an American fleet is coming to
Hpalu. It has been decided to send fur
th: i' reinforcements to the Balearic
Islands, Canaries and Ceuta.
Tho reeerve squadron, consisting of
two ironclads, one torpedo boat, one
criilnerand two torpedo boat destroyers,
sailed at dawn yesterday, but returned In
the evening. These mysterious move
ments are doubtless Intended to mislead,
and any alleged sailing beet should be
rec!ved with the greatest caution.
From hints gathered In otlloial circles
It is believed that the squadron will sail
singly or In pairs nnder sealed orders to
meet at a glveu point, probably on the
Hawaiian Islands will Soon b a Part or
th (iraal lUpubllo.
Washington, Jane Id. Chairman
liavls, of the senate committee on for
eign relations, said he would call a meet
lug of the committee to morrow morn
ing to consider the Hawaiian resolution,
liavi said he expected the committee
would depose of the matter at one sit
ting and had no doubt that the decision
would be favorable to annexation. If
I 4Tk f T
W I CX. I 1 I 1 f I I
Call and aM ttwru. Our
We b.vt hLiilN
WALTHAM and HAMILTON WATCllKb
i lir ttiau yuu can buy larhtr.
Uading )wtUr, RAILROAD
SAILS FROM CADIZ.
not disappointed, he will report the reso
lution tomorrow and ask Immediate
consideration, resisting any morement to
on is in an adjournment or the senate nn
til Monday. Davis expresses the opinion
that the outlook for action before final
adjournment is Improving. The present
luvmmoQ is 10 consider ine question in
open legislative session.
Crane at tha front.
ew York, June lft. Stephen Crane
i telegraphs the Krenlng World from
Uuautanamo Hay positive denial of the
statements that the bodies of marines
killed in the lighting on Saturday were
iiiiiiinuea auer ine men fell. The an
pearance of mutilation, It is asserted
was caused by Manser bullets tired at
close rauge. Burgeou Kdgar is quoted
as authority for the coutradlctlon of the
story oi muttiutiou.
Spain la lofurmad That Uarmaur
Bomaln Strictly Neutral.
Berlin, June 10. Tho Cologne Gazette
to-day publishes a note, understood to be
semi-olllcial, as follows: According to
trustworthy information all conjectures
id ine press ami political circles or Hpaln,
being built on the supposed Intention of
(iermany to abandon her neutrality in
the Philippines 'question, are entirely
naseleea. in Spanish otlloial quarters
the arriral of Uerinan men-of-war at
Manila la regarded perfectly natural, for
uermau mteresis mere aemana protec
Fnalon In Kansas.
Atchison, Kans., June Id. The demo
crats nominated the entire populist state
ucaei, including Harvey for lieutenant
A UUtlngnUhad Spanish Statastnaa Giro
His View on Ilia War.
New York, June lrt. A dispatch to the
worm rrom Loudon says: A Madrid cor
respondent telegraphs an Interview with
deuor Kmile Castellar, the distinguished
republican statesman. Castellar thinks
the pope acted in a manner hostile to
dpain lu propoeiiig to President McKin
ley that peace should be made on the
basis of a declaration of the Indenend
enceof Cuba, cession of Porto Kico br
npaiii, huh pieogiug ine rniiippines to
lueiuueu Billies Denning the navment
of au enormous war indemnity. The war
nas aeiuoustraiea. Heuor Castel ar be
lieves, the maritime superiority of the
1'nlted States, but he anticipates that
when the American troops land In Cuba
i lie victories will be on the Spanish side
Washington. June 10. Fire minutes
utter the opening of the senate session
to-day a message clerk of the bouse rep
resentatives delivered me Hawaiian an
nexatlon resolution passed by the house
last evening. The resolution was re
ferred to the committee on foreign rela
tions. KlIKlKIN CHEWS.
Two Soout Ships Havo Mutinous furs I an
Ballon on Hoard.
New York. June 10. A sixwlal to tha
Tribune from Newport sars: Those
American line employes aboard the
i uiiea states scout ships Yale and Uar
rard, who hare not alreadr deserted
will be forced to serve out their full time
Becoming to the terms of the nisrcan
tile enllstmeut. Six hundred foreigners
auonrii tuo two snips persistently refuse
to go to sea. or if carried br force, to riia.
charge duties that are expected of tlieni.
luenruisn ana uerman vloo consuls
refused to interfere. The only course
leu open lor ine men is to desert, anil If
they do that they can be aDDrehended br
offlcers of the law. The crews are labor
ing under the impression that they will
have to go Into action and fight the ene
my simply because both vessels are re
ceiving heavy armament.
ucti is not the case; both vessels will
continue as scout ships and the precau
lion now ueing taken is onlr to Insure
against being captured or destroyed by
me enemy witnout some meana of re
Santa Tm Train Wrackad.
Denrer, June 10. Passenirer train No.
S westbound aud No. 0 eastbouud on the
Santa Ke road collided to-day on a siding
at Conroy, Colorado. The engine of the
eastbouud and the combination baggage
aim express car or me westbound were
demolished. Trains are delayed tne
hours. Kxpress Messenger Travis hail a
leg broken. Six passeugers are slightly
OUoa, California. Kid of Most I n-
Sacramento. Cal.. June 10. Frank Re-
lew, the Lilxon poisoner, was hanged at
'ti A large and uniaue it
g C iorlmnl oi Fin Dumondt H
LI irom 1 s.uX ttorwt to th H
goodi ft right and to arc our priut.
NEW WAIST SETS....
JEWELED BELTS. CHATELAINS.
AVENUE, Albuqurqu. N. M. B
the Kolsora prison tdar. He made no
statement on the scaffold, but yesterday
reiterated the statement that he minis
after his arrest In which he admitted the
murder of his brother and sister.
The crime for which llelew suffered
the death penalty was the poisoning of
ins orotner louis ami sister nun at
Dixon, Solano county, November 7, last
year. He complained that be had not
received a fair share of his fathers es
tats and declared that Louis and Susie
had Intluenced his father against him,
Claim. at t)anallaa Noalars.
Washington, June 10. The claims of
Canadian sealers arising out of the
wixiira made by the l ulled State In
the Bering sea were finally settled to
day by the payment to Sir Julian Paunce-
foi", Hrmeh ambassador, of approxi
mately J 1 73.(100, being the full amount
of the claims a settled under the agree
ment between the lulled States and
Sharon, Pa., June 10. One of the most
destructive Urea In the history of Grove
i uy, ra., occurred last night. The town
Is without lire protection and the volun
teers were unable to check the fltmes.
Ten buildings were destroyed, among
them the principal structures of the
town. The loes will probably reach
Now Army Haadqiartars,
Washington. June 10. The war de
partment is hastening forward prepara
tions at Fernandins, Fla., which will
make that point one of the most advan
tageous In the country for the concentra
tion oi large body of troops. The de
partment calculates that the grounds
win accommodate ZU.UOU troops wlieu all
tne preparations are completed.
Kansas Citr. June 10. Four Uvea wer
lost in the flood that followed the break
ing or a nam at i neisea r'ark. Kansas, a
suburb of this city, last night. They are:
nrs Msieureeniee. Kotiert Cakanole and
two children. The brooertv lota waa eon-
Haarulla Prom Kanua,
Lawrence. Kan.. June 10 Recruits
secured for the Twentieth Kansas regi
ment, recruiten Dy tapt A. ti. Clark, at
l aoia.iiirsni, Leavenworth and Lawrence.
were mobilised here last night, and left
at noon to day over the Santa Fe to Join
me regiment at rtan Francisco. There
were lot) men In the party.
Ilia World Savers ara not Harmonious
Omaha, June 10. In discussing the re
port of the credentials committee, more
or less favorable to fuslonlsta, the Middle -
ui-.im-iMiaiiria tins uioriiing euueavoreu
to force the national populist committee
to admit Paul Vandervoort of Nebraska.
as entitled to Hold t he tiroxr or M. w
Howard of Alabama, In the national com
mittee. They were led by Col. Frank
Kurkltt of Mississippi. They were de
feated uy a Vote of 64 to 61.
Afterward Col. Burkltt made a Ions
hrk-u in wnicu ne aemauiieil me retire
meut of Marlon Butler from the chair
manshlp of the national committea and
told the fuslonlsts that if they neraisUd
in their action they would drive the
southern populists to alllllatlon with the
republicans. The report of the com
m It tee was declared by Chairman Butler
adopted on a viva voce rote, but on the
suggestion of Senator Allen, chairman of
the credentials committee, be allowed the
roll to be called with no change in the
n. a. jnera. tne Cuba General mer
chant and sheep raiser, who was here the
past iwo nays, left this morning early for
bis mouutaiu home. Ills wool, which be
had here with hiin and amounting to
nearly 411,000 pounds, was sold to ( apt.
Mcllhenuey, a Philadelphia. Penn.. buver
yesterday, for alsmt 14 cents per pound,
and this purchase has been placed on the
cars for shipment to Philadelphia. Mr.
Mlera, who is one of Thb Citi.kn's
prompt ami staunch friends, stated that
ins sectiuu oi nernaiino county is lu a
prosperous condition, and the small farm
ers, who raise some cattle and sheen
have realized quite handsomely on their
stova tue pant tew mourns.
Polios Court Maws.
ai. r. Biauim. i ne coiuui ss on nr
chant, was to-day titled five dollars aud
costs In Justice Crawford's court, being
found guilty of a violation of a city ordi
nance in regard to repairing a defective
-uciHwaiK. air. main in, through his at
torney, served notice of an animal
1 lie trial of or. Hurdle clmrired with
the removal of a patient suffering with a
contagious disease without notifying the
ooaru oi puiiiio iieaim, is in progress be
fore the city court this afternoon. In
lelall, the charge Is that the tihvsl
clan submitted and aided the removal
of a man sick with a contagious disease
from one part of the city to another lu a
public conveyance last Sunday, lir
Burdlck, through his attorney. Judge I
nuniiin, Mral um KUUIJ. 1 lie lieieuse Will
proiiamy ne mat me man removed was
not 111 with a contagious disease.
Miss Nanry slater Marrlad.
The Tncson, Arizona. Citizen of June
gives the following account of the mar
riage of Miss Nancy Slater, who resided
in mis city several years:
Kdgar Beuhring and Miss Nancy Slater
were married last evening. Mr. Beuhring
ib cuier cierx ai me aoutheru Pacluu de
pot. Miss Slater was proprietor of the
Hon Ton millinery store, ou lower Con
gress street. Both are estimable young
twopie. iney ien lor a week s trip In
Old ALBi'iji'iiKivi'K, June 10, IH'M.I
The residents of this town decidedly
object to aud are justly Indignant at its
being mails a Lazaretto for persons
HifTrfHug with loathsome aud sniitMirinoa
diseases In the city, aud 1 know of one
ease where me poor sullerer was brought
here from the city a few days ago lu a
pitiable condition. Instead of having
uwu uuaraiiiiueu wnere uisease origin
ated. Several of my neighbor have in-
ijuirea oi me wnettier residents of old
Albuquerque have any rights lu such a
matter because they do not happeu to
live willitu the limits of new Albiiouer.
juer i oouiii not auswer them directly
ir more Intelligently than to aav thai
from my acquaintance with the memliers
oi me board of health of the cltv. 1 did
not believe this outrage had their sanc
tion. But somehoily is to Maine, who Is I
It ? He should be punished whoever he
may ne. u. u, yy,
Frank (llliuura Itaail.
The death of Krank liilmora fuinrru.l
between 12 and 1 o'clock to day at his
ruum iu inn ociiiiHier nuildlug ou Hall-
road aveuue. &lr. Gllmore ws in hi.
wnii year and is the vounir uihii iimn.
tinned In this paper as having au ampu
tation performed on his leir recently
Well was necessary at the tim tn ,v.
ma ine. nr. i rosstm, who besides belug
the young man's physician, Is acting as
friend iu the case and t lHirui.i,.i i..
air. iiumore s mollier and s ster In Chlea
o this afternoon.
Attend Orelieetrlon hall this aVMhlntr
GtauJ war scenes aud pitriutlo Diuals.
FIGHT LIKE AI'AGIIES
Spanish Guerrillas in Cuba Use
The War Loan Is Bdnr Rapidly
Taken by tne People.
Six Thousand Spanish Soldiers Desert and
Join Cubaa iDiurgcii'i.
liiut. aoasoi raoMOTio.
(Copyright Associated Prtss.)
On Hoard Associated Press Dispatch
Boat Dauntless, Gnantanarao Hay, June
14, rla Kingston, Jamlaca, June 16.
liowerer unpleasant the experience and
unjustified by precedent, the landlna of
a smau aeiacnnient of marines, mustlr
raw men. In the enemy's country, ha
taugut some lessons to ins otllcers aud
men here, and possibly also to the au
thorltles at W ashington, it has shown
the Spaulards to be darina- bush flirbters.
and proved that every American eamn
must be compactly built, and as well nro-
tected to resist night attacks as though
iu me ADacne country, it navainued
several small defects In nary guns under
service conditions and shown that, given
free rein with repeating rifles, boo ner
vous troops can waste lo.ouo rounds of
ammunition, killing shadows, l i a single
night, and not think even then that they
have done much shooting. Thona-h the
sixteen epaniarua round dt l kul Nst.
uies men wore regular uniforms, most
of tlioee seen In the daylight attacks
wore scarcely anything exoeut bls nian
tain leaves bound arouud their foreheads
in lieu of haU. This acted as an effec
tive disguise In the bush. Others stripped
iu a pair oi airi coiorea trousers, tied
blanches around their waists, reachina
Niiiiiiiner nigu, ana miving very can
iionsiy mey coma even cross open
grounn witnout Deing neteetml. tnoiiffh
auiun were caiigui ai me game,
Aiiomer irici wai to make a moving
screen of two or three big piu leaves,
almost Impossible to detect. T1m) Cuban
auxiliaries were most useful lu tutiui
out these tricks. There are sixty of
ineee men now In camp, iuosll a-groe.
wiin v uoau oiuoers. I ner an hawk-
eyed woodsmen, breaking even with the
Spaniards in evary device of b'wheraft.
i ne American marines at first were In
1 ellned to discount this, but Ibis Morning
I siae riiiiiiieiaaiicanr or lliei ' auxll
larles for daring. At night, In tklrmlsh
tune, me marines say that the Cuban
auxiliaries go through the brush like
rattniiM. ineir chief fanlt. however, Is
their reckless handling of the new inagv
PAMISM THOOI't IIEMKhV.
Thonsau4 Join th
Army IS Duba.
New York. Jnns 10 A snerlul frnm
Key West says: Junta advices from
neanquarters of the Cuban civil govern
nientin Launana a. Camaironv. rannrt
that more than O.WJOSoanisli yolnnteen
and many regulars from Porto Principe
and Nnevltaa garrisons have deserted to
tne patriot army. The Immediate cause
was tear of tbe American lltet.
Hlanco s general. Castlllianns. removed
piost of his artillery Inland to Puerto
Bunta Unix del Bur has been lnwtul
by the Cubans and ooiiiniiinleatinn h
mii uoav enutunsiieu wnn Jamaica.
Tha War Loan
Washington. June It). The amount nf
subscriptions so far received In the treas
ury department fully meets the expecta
tions of ulllclala and warrants the predlo-
turn tnnt me new loan Will nrove a
greater success man any other ever Is
sued uy trie government.
Llaut. Hobson Tromotad.
Washinirton. Jane Id Tha nrauMmt
will send to congress Unlay a recommen
dation for the advancement of Lieutenant
Kluluuond P. Hobson. who sank the Mer-
rimao in Santiago harbor, ten numbers
In the list of naval constructors.
Cincinnati. Ohio. June lil A Tim
Star special from Glasgow, Ky., says:
Caleb (mines, colored, was taken from
lull at 1 a. ni , and hanged to a tree.
Raines assaulted a four-veiir-olil or I nil
fuesilay. Klftv meu on li.iru,.l,u,-k
(iauaral or Ilia Army,
Washington. June 10. General MIIas.
commanding the army. Is expected to
return nere some time to morrow. Miles
will 1st consulted resoectinir liiveutniurit
of Cuba and whether It is wise to under-
ke that before autumn, when the raluy
l"il lion yonm-u.
upulsmautal War Havaaue Hill,
Washington. JUUS 10. In tha hnno
IMligley called liu a bill sumilemental in
the war revenue measure, designed to
uipply some omissions and strengthen
the meal of administering the r eve-
GEO. G. GAINSLEY
H4.IL OMIKMS MIVKSJ
LARGEST EXCLUSIVE SHOE
Corner 2d Bt.
CHIEF WATCH INSPECTOR
Railroad Watches Sold on easy Monthly Pavme nt.
21 ItwcUd Kleins
21 Jeweled Walltunu
21 and 2i Jeweled Hampdens
17 jeweled namillons
17 Jeweled Klgins
17 IcwcUd Willlunu.
Fine Gold, Gold Filled, Silver
and Nickle case.
Mail Order Solicited and
nne act. it exempt from taxation mn
Dial, casualty, fidillty and guarantee
companies conducted not for prollt. Af
ter explanation by Dlngley the bill
After a spirited fight the senate bill
maklna- Hablna Paaa mnA P,.rt rll,-
Texas, sub ports of entry, was pasiwi
with an amendment elimlnetlng Port
Arthur. Cowholm (democrat) fought the
KANSAS POft I.MTS.
They Omrtglixly Olr tha Itsniorrals a
Minor (im on Tlialr Tlrkst.
Topeka, Kansas, June 10. The popu
list stats convention after a long drbtte
adopted a resolution demanding Immidl
ate suspension of the metropolitan poller
lawanu its repeal ny me next legit In-
tore ny a vote of :w) to an. The con
ference committee reported that the
democrats demanded the pUce of lieuten
ant governor and some "minor place" on
tne iicxet. IDs convention retimed to
give more than the lieutenant snvernor-
shlp to the democrats and took op the
discussion or me piHirorm. The plank
demanding state control nf the Kansas
I ity stock yards was re inserted by near
ly a unauiiiious vote.
Chlraia Oral a MarkM.
Chicago. June 10.-W heat June wheat
'ki.; July, o. Corn June, 81!'hc;
uiy, i,sc. uats June, Xo.'tc; July,
New Turk, June 10. Money on
nominally at ltt I W percent. Prime
81 Ivor anil Xai.
New Tork. June It). 8llvnr, n'..
round Uaad In Ills Koom.
A Wife, solicitous to ha nraaant
her hnsband during the last few hours
his life, Is on the train that Is rushing
towards Albuquerque at this moment.
The train seems to her to be snlno- at a
sunns pane, yet sue need not hasten
now. as she will only view the body of
her husband with life extinct, whnn aha
aoes arrive, ne died early this morning,
at the Chicago rooming house on Hall
roaa avenue. l w. McSnadi en. aired
booiii so years, came nere for bis health
from i mcago some time ago. After ston
ping awhile In the city, lie went out to
Camp W hltcomb. He had stayed too long
u urn vast, nowerer. 10 BHin a uenel t liv
coming nere. He returned to towu the
oiner nay, and his wife, having been un
titled of bis near annrouch to iIuhIIi
xuuwiu wesi yesterday morning from
Chicago. This morning, Mr. McSpaddeu
was found dead beside his bed. li u
U a CI1NOUS stooolnu- nnsitlon. nartli
resting on his feet and leaning over on
his hands. The body was removed In
Strong's undertaking parlors, where the
remaius are undergoing preparations tor
Hast nleht. the wife nf K II. Raokar
tun uairviuau, presented me lord of her
household with a One baby bov. and tha
attending physician renorts mother anil
en mi noing oioeir.
It. C. Orear, the book keeper at the
grocery store of K. G. PtbU A Co., Is a
nappy man to-day. and the cause la
mat nis better half presented him
With a baby girl, and the little cherub is
reported to be healthful oue, with a
very good voice. Mrs. Orear Is doing
Firm Mama Chanted.
Thfl firm nam of A. Bliunlnr baa haan
changed to A. Simpler & Co. Theo.
Mlieusterman. Who has been coiineetnil
with the John Becker general store at
Belen for the past twelve years, is now a
partner With Mr. HI in tier, ami the two
geuuemeu will continue the business.
W. V. T. 1).
The regular meeting of tha Snmin',
Christian Temperuuce I'lilon will be held
ai me residence of Mrs. M. P. Htamm
rniay, June 17lh. at d. ni. A cnriiiui
inviiaiion loan. Until J. Btamiii, Bee-
A force Of allOIlt alltv man nnilar
nuauiiiaaier ueviue, nave tisgtin tl.s lay
tug or an miles ot track ou the "New
uign une grade" at Algixione Hiding.
Mrs. F. W. Hamni. who Iihh raalilnil In
Chicago the paet year, came lu lant night.
ueiiiH met at trie ui'liol ny tier htiHlianrt
aiiu oaugtiter, Mlaa Joele Hoiiiii.
Mrs. Krenirel ami ilanirhter. who have
reshled In the city the pant two year,e
mis ions niKiii i or tai tornia. I liev will
ibiuiu iu me tail.
riaeu iiitiil unolOM or Krin lulu num.
Ul.. .1. i . ...
Diets company this time, on sale at Voor
tieea' studio, beulutiiiiir Haturdav. 7R
Kor rent Ave room cottnire anil fnrnl
lure ror sale at ha f va ue. I'hII at iiiik
Hotlth Third street from 7.K) tillimi
New lot of nolihv straw hata for nun
boys and little fellowa. ttc to 11.20. K.
vv astiuurn a to.
the treeheet stiH-k of stanle ami fanev
groceries are to be (ouud at Bell & Co. 'a,
J. J. lavlor ami Kit tian minm.i in
inn canyon tins morning.
A good Crowd Ollirht to attHiol tlia fir.
triou nan this evening.
You are invited to inspect our stock
of summer lootweir, it was never so
complete. All styles ol TANS Id
CALF, Via KID, CROME KID
Our Stock is all new this Spring and
direct Irani the but manufacturers
l be styles arc the Litest and up-to-date.
Have you seen the line of
MEN'S TAN CALF SHOES we
are selling fur $2.50 a pais. We aim
lo please you and give you the best
shoes for the money to be lound any
where in the country.
Krllsble Shur Dealers,
122 S. Second St.
DEALERS IN THE CITY.
ami Gold Ave.
SANTA FE PACIFIC R. R
We have ut received an elegant line of
18k Wedding Rings in Tiffany, Oval
and Flat shapes.
Fine Watch work, Stone Mounting and ar
tistic engraving promptly done.
HuIIhI ilfttlon f 1 1
Mall Order) Given
ailil 1'roilllttlv Filled
you will need, and the price, and quality apeak for themselves
Hot Weather Dress Goods Small Necessities LADIES' ,Dd CHILDRKn SH0ES
" hav the l"rgt and pret-
One lot Novelty Weave Silk One lot of Ladies' tr m..lli tie8t "S80rtnent of Ladies' and
Mixed Ktatnine, In Lavender, Fa,t Cotton II 1 S Children's Oxford Ties and Sao-
.o.d, Llaht Blue and Uurni l. o " the city, and our price.
Orarrc. A truly beautiful goods; P P 1 5! cannot be beat.
worth 6b cent a yard. Our price n u T .. , ,. Ladies' Low Shoes from
Une 'ot Ladies' White Linen tn .l gtA
worth up to 4oc a yard. Our ' flrf to$l.Qff
One lot Lappet Mull, in beau- tlmriSwh D3lllBSP FlimiSllillS
tiful designs and colors; looks them ' and necktie widths. Bab'"' Long and short Dresses,
equal to tha finest Organdy; Hoods, Hats and Wraps, Toilet
:o..h,Sc.y.n,.ou,,HC,ge children's Straw Hats c:KvbJ.fyR,,be,,od
IfllliP illf Waicfe SEE WINDOW display.
0ll"aiSIS , lot Boy Straw ...U .K,,.ndeJges..10e Mon0 P.Mh.nnr
Jun arrived, a handsome line 1 101 B,,y,,8nn,,'to,wlthontb,n,1"-1B WBH 0 UlUllllIiga
of Silk Waists, made up in the ,,ot,,,ttr",ln,,lltyI,0),'8lr'Hais..2oc Our assortment is large; our
latest style; all the new colorings 1 ,ot Qnlly Sailors 26a tyle the latest, and our prices
in I'lad, Plain colors ard Black. I lot Children's Bailors iu, Wlthin the reach of all. We can
l''ce $2.75 to $8 OO SEE WINDOW. a,8 Mve lrom 10 t0 aS !
,n-riu..--- cent, on all Furnishing Goods.
WS- li"l.latjliLj-Lijiiirt Tien an is ra
Jas. L. Bell & Co.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
"Do them tin. thrm trrU A1UI.. n
i d isay ngnt. uur stock oi fruit Is th
finest. Urvcsl and lmh.d in A Ik..,.....
' w Mrnr svcrvrnmir in atAatwL. wi un
supply any iruit dtalred, not only of the best
quality but at the lowest market prices. You
wiu asvt money ana DC Druer utlslled a
you order your fruit from us. whnhar fnr
uoie use or canning purposes. Our great
summer specUlty Is our Iruit department.
rl tnis time ot the year fruit ought lo make
up half ones living. It's one of the few good
uit-uii can i nave loo mucn oi.
Hliiv Lee ,t Co.. No. 214 Hll ver avenna.
call attention lo their Que stork of Chi
nese and Jaoanese silks, teas, ami purine -
also carry a large assortment of fireworks
or every description. Call and see them.
Your summer vacation without a kodak
will not be enjoyable. 8ee the Due stock
of rauieras carried by Brockmeler.
New oriranilles. lawns, dlmllles. atn
in all the uew streets, on sale this week,
at the KconoiulHt.
White enameled liedateails. dreeaera ami
rockers, at Kutrelle's.
I .amps and trimmings. Whitney l.
Ail Pattern 10 and 15c
.f v i. Twa I
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 store news will prove a Mjney Saver. So scan this "ad" carefully.
Child' Linen Wash Su'ta
two Binl three iilece Hulls at 60u, 75.
Children's Blue Sailor Sulta-Two iilec-ei,
witli Straw Cap to match, ouly
Children's Linen. Cloth and
Sailor Hats All slzex; only
$ WINSOR TIES
M sors at from
A new line of all the neweit
Hhailes ami roluriims of Bilk Vlu,.
M sors at from ft
gent"s1jnderwear hi, r.'.'ir1
j others aik for; our pries only (
Another Hue of Fancy I'lulsrwear
Drawers to uiaU-li only
$ GENT'S SOX xh
a Two Fairs for
Waek, Tan ami Gray;
HOMO, ine tierit
TkNTa nHIRT Aiiswllnspf
ii vwm. w DveBiyivsio suIhci
Ti I STORE!
a Single Item
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TUG SULPHUR SFRINOS
WASON & TRIMBLE, Props.
a l?uiWri:""UY,ou'-hotithSouthwi. From Thorn.
H IIThy"Slu'dysat5 a. m. arrive at Bland 12 noonTleava
LJ Bland at I O. m. and arrlva .1 L.nk.. c c. . ? '
k- i. , , ; "
lj wu iiiunutvi. wfanaaiviiM pmh.m
B day can iod Sury m the mountilu.
a a -
Round Trip Ticket for Sal by
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO., - Albuquerque
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E. J. POST &GCO.,
We Carry a Full Line of Buckeye
iump nay Kates.
Write for Prices.
. t. Armljo Ilulldlng.
A. Oasutrjalljr Xjootcl XXotavL.
201. JUilroad Avenue, Alliuqiit'itiuc,
ECONOMIST STORE NEWS
A full line of
YYaUts from bio
eaeli up to til )
like cut at
1 1 t O r'lJL,!.r.,lH at 50c, 5c and 75e a yd
I tr Ill's Is an exceptional bargain.
jT info .A " of Laillw'' Liueu and
0 rV 1 1 LO "'l"" 'Jr Skirts at from
T inilQC A nw ,,ne or tn lt Bast-
1 LltO "ri Novelty Whits Flours, la
- all styles of Htrlpes ami Vgures.
- 15t 35c and 50c a yard
Owing to the lateness of the season ws place on
Lot i considts of Lawns, sold up to 15c;
at special price of . . , j0
Lot a consists of all Lawns, solj 'tip to'aoc
at special price of n0
Lot 3 coni!,ts of all Lawn and Lappets,
s ( up to 25c; at special price of 15o
Lot 4 consists of Organdies, sold up to 30;
at special priie of q0
Lot s consists of our finest Imported French
Orgaiidits, sold up to 50c yard; at special
!rl"-' ot '4 So yard
- In a variety ot
$1 ami $1.25
5c to 2 He earn
line of Isalliriir-
rwear; the kiml
19s per garment
25e per garment
4 thrval Linle
Silk Sashes and Tie Special uzjftZ
ami Sashes put on sale to clos out at actual eost. Hers
Isaehimee toon a Tiear Hash for little mouey.
value lu the cltv.
Men's Oolf Hhlrtn;
from, at from
A uew lint) of
Agent for Batter
tele's Patterns and
Dr. Jaeger's Underwear.
Galaxy of llargalnn. There
surely something in this lnt that
y. iii. jiaa-s rerurns Iro
. i i . - . . . a
Mower Repairs. Thomas All-Steei
Milburn and Studebat M7...
given prompt attention.
Day as Received
WAdil VlilL8 just received ,t
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