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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FKIDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 27, 1898
How the Philippine and the Other
Islands are to
Washington, May 27. In tha wnti,
Carter repotted from lh military aHalra
committee a bill providing for a second
awl-ilant atortary ot war, to be name.)
by the president and receive a salary of
Moriraa offered the following war rev
"Whenever any Inlands of the Atlantic
or Purine oceans are owned by the United
Mates, or tau they are occupied by the
civil or mliitarr furor of the United
Mate as a reeult of the war with Spain, i
or as a necewary means of conducting
such war, to be determined by the prexi
dent as coniniauder-lu-chlet of the army
aud navy ot the 1,'utted BUtes, It shall
l lawful and within his discretion for
the president to appoint a civil or mili
tary governor of such Inland or any
fToup of Hiich Islands, with full author
Ly. under such reflations as the presi
dent shall prescribe, not luoonNistent
with the laws ot civilized waifare, to
maintain irood order and protect the
lives and property aud domestic peace of
the people thereof.
"And there shall be extended over such
IxIhiicIh bm! enforced therein, such pnrts
end pmvixiotis of the tax laws of the
United States for such ieUndH, whether
relating to citms duties or Intmnul
taxatluii, as shall, In the judgment aud
dixcrction of the president, be JiiMly ai
iillcaMe to snch islands during ths ex
istence of war with Hpaiu.
'The currency of the United Slates,
Whether gold, silver or puper money,
shall he a lawful tender In such Islands
so owned or occupied In the same man
ner and to the same extent os they are
legal tender In the United States for the
payment of all dehts, public or private
"And the provisions of this act that rs
late to such Islands, together with such
regolatlona as shall be mss by order of
the president for executing the ssiue
shall remain In force nntll Die same are
altered, amended or regaled by act of
Cuulilwra'lrin of ' he war revenne meas
tire wa resumed, T I i t Inking th tlnor
to continue his speich I) 'gun jcKterday.
ManipeoD'e Keport of III tlitllle at I'orto
Washington, May 'I'. The following
bulleliu was pouted at tlm navy depart
ment to day. Following is a copy of the
report made by Hear Admiral Sampson,
concerning the action ot the Han Juan
le Puerto Klco:
"I'pnn approaching San Juan It was
seen that none of the Spuuixh vessels
were In the harbor. I wan, therefore,
considerably in doubt whether they hail
reached Sail Juan and airniu departed
fur some unknown (Vetuictiou or
Imd not arrived. As their cepture was
thedject of the expei'ition, and as it
vim essential that they sti uild not pus
to westward, I determined to attack the
flatteries defending the P"'t in order to
develop their positions and strength and
then, without waiting in reduce the city
it eiihject it to a regular bombardment,
which would require due notice, to re
turn to the westward.
"1 commenced the attack soon as it was
good ilaviight. Hits lasted about three
Lours, when the signal was made to (lis
contii ue the firing and the squadron
stood to the northeaet until out of sight
of San Juan, when the course was laid to
the westward, with a vlsw ot communi
cating with the departmentat Port Plata,
and learn if the denartmeut hail obtained
Information of the movements ot the
Hnanish venue s.
"At Cape llaytlen I received word from
the department that the Spanish vessels
had b-en sighted off Curacoa on the 10th
"As stated In my telegram, no serious
Injury was done to any of the ships and
only one man was killed and seven
Several Umall VeaaeU to be llouahl to
Washington, May 27. The navy de-
nurtmeiit is umkuiK ready fur the pur
chsse of suihII steam craft to supplaut
the motiiotlo tl -et on the coast. I hey
are needed badly for the protection of
elaliorate mine fields laid at almost all
tlm Atlant e oorts. The r'Kess con
duct of uouimanders of vessels entering
aud emerging from these ports Has de
termined the authorities to neai sum
marily hereafter with persons who dlS'
regard repeated warnings.
CAI'Tl KKU I'KIZCH.
l ulled States ('oars Derides lb Fu ottlie
Key West, May 7. In the United
States circuit court Judge Locke rendered
decisions In the cases of six Spanish
steamers seized duriug the first days of
ths Cuban blockade. These Included the
most valuable orizss taken since ths war
began. The t'alallua and Miguel Jover
nnnoorer cconro.'i'iaiaaanaaiaaaaaaiaDcr.ccDorjc.rr.'Dric eorjGGOoo
In the Watch loppectlon Kepurt Issued by the Chief
Watch Inspector of Ihe Santa Kb system, at Topeka,
liltl KN WA'K HKS were the ONLY ON KS that were
uotcoiideuined. KVKKY ONK presented for Inspection
was ajiproved, proving that no otlnr Watch eiiisls
them for time keed' g. This shiiih report shows that
HAMILTON. W ALTHAM and KLOIN Vtati hs stis d
high. Vteuavethem. llamlltiii 17j. 22.Wi; Klgiir.'IJ,
; Waltham 2IJ. !; (irueu, UJ, Kver) men witr-
ranted lo pass Inspection.
leading Jeweler, Watch Inspector 8.
BEQINS IN CUBA.
were released, both vessels and cargors.
The Pedro, Uuldo, Huenaventtira and
Panama were condemned and forfeited.
The cargo of the Buenaventura being
neutral property Is to be restored to the
owner. The question of the Panama's
cargo Is taken under advisement. The
owners of the Pedro, Ouldo, Buenaventu
ra and Panama served notice ot appeal,
Hm Cervera SCscepett.
New York, May 27. An afternoon pa
per prints a dispatch from a Key West
correspondent alleging as on the bet an
thorlty that Cervera's fleet left Santiago
de Cuba Saturday last. The statement
DIHPATt IIK rKOM SCIILRV.
He Snta C'hMrrul Wnril to Hear Admiral
Ha m peon.
(CopyriRht Awoclated Pnt.)
Off northern coast of Cuba, May 272
a. m. At 10 o'clock last night the lk 1
phlu ran alongside of the tl igship New
Vurk. Her light showed that she bore
diepatches fur K'hI Admiral Sampson.
The cnmmander of the Dolphin shouted
through the uiegspnoue: "I have dis
patches from CommiNlors Schley to the
Cheers went un from the crowded deck
of the New totk. Coniuindore Schley's
dl patches were dated olf Clenfuegoa.
"Absolutely nothing definite can be
said," was the reply which Captain
Chailwtck, of the ,ew York, made to the
question as to liat had transpired.
since ne neartl ol Admiral Cervera a
arrival at (unit-oa, Sampm has rtpeat
rdly said be believed that the Spaniards
would go to Clenfuegoa or Santiago.
v hen the shins ot Schlet'a division were
sailing out of Key West under Hear Ad
miral Sampson s order the admiral sent
this signal to the captain of the Texas:
"You are going to nab Spaniurds, aud
good luck to yon.'
Since then Sampson has been cruising
around as purely a precautionary meas
ure He tlrmly lielieved thnl Commodore
Schley would bottle up the Spaniards eith
er at ClunfugiM or Santtsgo, but took all
measures to guard against a possible
evasion of I oiniundure Schley by an ene
my and any attempt to make Havana
through an eastern or western passaga,
lu trie narb ir ot Santiago the Spanish
fleet will be helpless.
Long Lint ot Prouiulloua b tha President
Heut Lo tli tMuat.
Washington, May 27. The president
to day sent these uouj iuations to the sen
ate: lo be brigadier generals: Col.
Kubert H. Hall, Fourth United States in
fantry; Col. Kdwiu V. Sumner, Seventh
Lulled Stales cavalry ; tol. Peter C. turn
ers, corps eugiueurs; Col. lieorge Gilles
pie, corps engineers; Col. Marcus K. Mil
ler, Third l ulled Slates artillery ; Col.
Jacob Kliue, Twenty drst I ulted
Slates Infantry; Lieut. Col. Osward,
II. Kruest, corps engineers; Lieut. Oil.
Lloyd whealou. Tweulietb United States
lulaulry; Lieut. Col. Arthur MacAnhur,
assistant adjutant general; Lieut. Col.
Henry Hashrouck, Fourth United States
Artillery; Lieut. Col. John C. (ill more, as
sistant adjutant general; Lieut Col. Mai
laceK. Kiudolph, Third l ulled States Ar
tillery; Major Joseph P. Sanger, inspector
general; Frederick I), (iraut, New York,
144th New York volunteer lutautry; Har
rison (iray Otis, California; Henry M.
UuUiehl, Michigan; Charles Kinir. Vtts-
cnusiu; Lucius K, Hubbard, Miuuesota;
(teorge A. uarretisou, Ohio; William A
Gordon, Georgia i John A, Wiley, Penn
sylvania; Vtllli.im A. Hinicroft. Massa
chusetls; VWlili.iu J Mi'Kee, 71st New
I or I volunteer infantry: Charles KHz
simmons, Illinois; Joseph K. Hudson,
Kansas; josepn num. Lincoln, Iowa.
To be brigadier general Michael V
Sheridan, United Slates assistant adjut
UKSTHOY 1HK fLKKT.
Cabinet Ofllnera hay That Schley Will De
elm? Cerveree' Squad run.
Washington, May 127. After the cab
inet meeting to (Isy It was authoritively
stated, allhoiiiih the government had no
otm-lal luloruiatiou on the suhJ'Wt, thi.t
there was uo reasonable doubt that Ad
in Ira I Cervera's fleet was In Santiago
harbor and that Commodore Schley was
on guard at the entrance. It was also
stated that any complicated movement
against Cuba or Pnrtu Hico would be
held in abeyance until the Spanish llset
was either destroyed or otherwise ren
dered helpless to seriously Interfere with
our plaus in any direction.
LONG IS ktlOHT UN NCWS,
The Secretary llite no Newt or lbs Fleet -L'ubaa
Washington, May 27. When Secretary
Long started for the cabinet meeting to
day Tie was without Information In addi
tion to that possessed yesterday as to the
F. R. II. Albuquerque New Mexico.
movemsnt of ths fl et In ths West Indies.
It nny bestnted npon the best author
ity that It has not yet been finally decided
when to hegiq th Cuban Invasion, and
I in ot
far as Ptirti Kico Is coiicernid. wheth-
attempt the occupation at all or not
other words, plans are In a tenllve
slate, subject to alteration at any moment.
Washington, May 27. In the houttha
bill to amend the Internal revenue law
relating to bondage and outrage periods
to distilled spirits passed by vote ot 132
Upon motion of IHngley the house
agreed to adjourn today to Inesday,
Monday neiug Decoration nay.
Tue senate resolutions authorizing the
secretary of the navy to preseut sword
of honor to Commodore l'ewey and cause
to be struck bronzs medal commemorat
ing the battle of Manilla bay and dis
tribute them to the nlllcera anil men of
the Asiaticeqna Iron, passed unanimously
allee, Tetae, Meet. With a Deatrnetlee
Confl -Mr ration.
Dallas, Texas, May 27. A big Are 1
raging In the line block is -upled by the
printing estslillslnnenl of Horsey & Co,
paint and oils, and ths paper stuck ol
Shields A Co, and other mercantile
It is spreading rapidly and Is bevond
control. Part ot the walls tell, burying
a number ot persons. City Klectrlcian
Krasler was taken out terribly Injured.
He was tniug to re-cue two firemen
cauirht In the ruins. A plumber named
Smith was terribly Injured.
R03BLRS AND M'.'RDERERS.
The Bodies of Vlgll and BaiUmcnte to
be Brought lo Bclcn.
TBI MDtDIIItS ITU.I AT LAIOI.
Dim ll li The Cltlien.
Helen. N. M.. May 27. Kslavlo Vigil, a
small merchant of south Albuquerque,
arrived here at 10;ltl o'clis-k last uight
and Immediately etartetl for Santa Ki'a
after the Is sly or tils brother, Frank X.
Vigil, the under sheriff, shot aud killed
by the train robbers.
t-Tll.L AT Li HIiK.
The Helen bandits have not been ap
prehended. There Is absolutely uo In
formation obtainable to-day that would
lead to the belief that any of the seaich
lug parties have c jiU4 upou the slayers
of Vigil and his asocliites It the men
are captured it will remain tor auother
duy to tell.
I'UKSKS IN THK jnKLII.
A large force of deputies have been
equipped at Magdaleua, lncludiug Sheriff
liursum's posse, aud these have set out lu
pursuit of the robbers. Charles Fowler,
ot Albuquerque:, Is leading others
Deputy Sheritl Dreytuss Is also out with
men Kcouring the country. The btudils
are evidently heading tor the Mexican line
and the oillcsrs ot all the eouuiies
through which they will have to pass to
g t anywhere are thoroughly aroused
aud should the pursued parlies get away,
they shall have had very remarkable
Vigil and his men set out In such haste
thai they tailed to provide themselves
with auy thing more than revolvers, hence
they were no uittch for the robbers
armed with Winchesters. He made au
effort to secure the bloodhounds used
often by otliceis lu the territory lu run
uingtlowu criminals, iheyare at the
penitentiary lu Santa Ke, so Vigil se
cured the Indian trailers aud started
with these Instead.
Deputy Sheriff Newcomer arrived In
Helen ten minutes after Vigil had left,
and not expecting to catch up with Vigil
ne reiurueu 10 mis city.
UOlMt iKTKB HODIKS.
A wagon left 1-oh Lunas for Sauta Rita
shortly after the report of the olilcers'
death reached the forui-r place yesterday
muriilng and it Is expected to return to
night to Los Luuas with the bodies
Vigil and llustameute will doubtless
have a large funeral to morrow aa the
former was especially well fcuowu aud
was well liked.
VlltIL WAS llHAVK.
It wouldn't do for the robbers to be
caught aud brought back to Los Lunas
for trial. The two Mexicau olilcers were
brave men, a trleu.l saying of Vigil:
"He wasn't afraid of t e devil." He h.ts
beeu acting as under-sheriff of Valencia
county since January 1, i'ilil. Previous
lo that lime he was engaged lu funning
aud sheep raisiug at Las Chaves. He
had many limes, in tore being appointed
au ollloer, gone lu sesrcli of outlaws,
being called upou to aid by olilcers who
knew his metal. Vigil was about 'i'i
years old and leaves a wife. They had
uo children of their owu, but cared for
au aiitipied daughter. It will lie remem
bered that It wus at Vigil's house at Los
Lunas tl at au Albuquerque boy was
given a horns with his family, aud acci
deutly shot and killed himself lust Jauu
ary. PAN. HlVrAMFNTK.
Bustaiueiitu wus alsiut :) years old
and leaves a wife and two children. The
family lived at Las Chaves, near Los
I. uuas. HustHUieule was formerly a
blacksmith at Helen and was known as a
very courageous fellow.
Hl-fXl LATIUN AS TO THK Ml'UllfcHklU.
A gentleman, who came In from l.a
guua lost nUht, C'tllel at this ollice at
iiihiu to ilny and slated that he knew both
Pedro (iaicia and Jis. Kvaus, whose
names are now couuectej with the train
mtil'sry al Helen and the murder of
Deputy Sheritls Igil ami Utlstaiueute.
"lam almost cei tain," said the gentle
man, "that the robbers are not tiaiciu or
Kvans, although I must admit the two
men seen nun. lay night in the vicinity
of Kio I'uerco, riding west along the
track, lisiked very much like liar
cia and Kvans, My reasons, however,
for believing that dart-la is not mixed up
in these hlotsly crimes Is that when he
was located hereabouts sometime ago as
a hunted bandit he stopped over al La
guua and visited a Mexican girl, secret
ing himself iu her house for several days,
and then, between two days, while the
ollieers were on his trail, he quietly
sneaked out of Laguna. Since that time
the Laguna girl has received several let
ters from (iarcia, and a letter, etipHed
to have beeu written by tiarcia, from
somewhere dowu In Texas ou the Mexi
can border, was received by the woman
less than two months ago. Ot course,
we all know that (iarcia Is a most
wonderful traveler, cau get over the
ground rapidly, and, as he has always
kept lu close communication with this
Kvans, the arrest of the train robbers
and murderers might possibly reveal the
fact that the high handed criminals are
no other than (tarda and Kvaus,"
Sheriff lliibbell Is still ot the opinion
that the robbers and murderers are two
young cowboys, known throughout south
ern New Mexico and western Arizona as
"Kid" Juhufon and "Kid" Swiuale.
Ralph Halloran, the New York Lire Iu
aiuutu'e man, has gone to Las Vegas.
CHASING A CRUISER!
The Bancroft ia Pursuit of
False Reports About the Warship
HolUnd Off:r to TJk Hit Submarine
Boat to Santiago Harbor.
ARHIZATIOR OF IAWAII.
Key West. May 27.-7:18 a. m.-A
panlsn steamship, thought to be au
auxiliary cruiser, was sighted by the
l uiieu ntaies warships w iimlngtoti and
Sancroft, tit teen miles off Key Meat last
nignt, ami at last accounts was being
conned by the BtiicrolL
The ship chased by the Ilnr.croft was
three masted steamer, apparently
merchant man of large tonnage. She
hid one smokestack. No doubt was en
lertaiued ot her being a Spaniard, lie-
cause when the riaucroit put after her
-the steamed away at full speed.
The H iliuingtoii was coining In here
for coal about 6:) last evening, when be
tween 1'J aud 15 miles off Key Host she
saw smoke ot a steamer ant turned In
this direction. About the same tlma the
Bancroft came along aud asked the Wil
mingion it she nail seen anything of a
threemasted steamer which had chased the
auxiliary gunlsat Kagle. 1 he V ilmlng
utu then uolilletl the bancroft or a three
masted steamer, and while doing so. the
stranger hove in sight and the Manendi
went after her. The vessel headed south
east with the Bancroft going full speed
after her. The chase was lutmt exciting
when the Wilmington last saw the two
It Is presumed that the Spanish ship,
(serving the w llmlngtou's military ton.
mistook her for a battleship and thought
it safe to continue scouting, trusting to
superior speed for eacape, but when the
Bancroft appeared, the Spaniard wasted
no time In trying to get away.
laptaiu loiiii, or the Wilmington, ha
nn doubt that the Bancroft will catch the
Spaniard. A custom house olllcial here.
when he beard the story, said he had seen
a strange ship off Key west last Dluht,
sliding that she was gone this morning
Captain Todd is confident that the vessel
neing chased by ihe Bancroft Is a Snaulsh
auxiliary cruiser on scout duty.
The Wilmington came In from the
blockade aud reports all quiet.
lie Offer to tllow I'p t'ervera'e I Denial)
New York. May 27. The Press Bays;
J. Holland, builder of the Holland sub
marine boat, has gone to Washington
with Col. C. K free y for the purpose ct
making an offer which. If accepted, pi r
h ips will solve the problem how lo ue
stn y Cervera's fleet Holland Is wllllni.
to undertake to sail Ills submarine ves
sel into the channel at the narrow on
l ranee to Santiago
h tfbor and d- Vtv ,
ihe nil'ies planted
t :-re; and, If lie.es
sary, proceed Into the harltor aud deal
few blows at Crrveras vessels.
Holland will agree. If the secretary of
the navy thinks favorable of his proposal,
to obtain a crew of volunteers tor tin-
IIAI.TINOKK ALL HIOHT.
Span Uh Keporta Kecertllng the Warship
New York. May 27. The World's Lon
doii correspondent eays: A special to
the daily Telegraph from .Manila says
the l ulled btale cruiser Baltimore wus
wrecked by an eiploeion ou Isstrd. She
Is now lying on ths mud at Macubtirlos.
1UI.TIM0KK ALL HltiHT.
London, May 27. The etorles circu-
h.ted at Madrid and elsewhere reuanliiiir
the Baltimore are evidently groundless
i ne nispatt n received al the hpanlNn
cupltal from Manila apparently referred
lo the alleged dlnablement of the Balti
more during the batt'e of Manila, whi n
a Spanish shell struck her and exploded
some ammunition, slightly wounding
eight men on board.
Hawaii to lie AnieiiHl.
Washington, May !i7. Senator Lodge
offered Newland's resolution for the an
nexation of Hawaii as au amendment to
the war revenue bill. Senatorial frlem's
of annexation declare that henceforth
the two measures must travel together.
MKHKI.V A COM Me NT.
What a Krenrh I'aper Tlilnke or Cr-rvere'e
Action ae a MiMtfer.
New York, May 27. A disputed to the
Herald from l'aris savs: Now that the
iresence of Admiral Cervera's sipiadron
lu the hay ot Santiago Is eatuldished
naval experts are studying the problem
what will 1st the probable result In case
lis Is attacked. In general. I 'ervera Is
thought to have acted prudently and
GEO. C. GAItlSLEY
. NAIL OKIIKHS WIVKM I'tHKflL ATTIC NT ION.
LARGEST EXCLUSIVE SHOE DEALERS IN THE CITY
Corner '-id Ht.
CHIEF WATCH INSPECTOR 8ANTA FE PACIFIC R. R.
21 leweled E'gins
Sold on easy
21 jeweled Wall hams
21 and 23 Jeweled Hampden
17 Jeweled HamUlons
17 lewelcd Klyint
17 Jeweled Wall ha ma.
Fine Gold, Gold F.Ued, Silver
and Nickle case.
Mall Orders Sol hi led and
rationally In shutting himself np In the
nay. Mare Landry, in the rlgaro, may
lie taken as representing the opinions ot
m ist of the naval nlUoers here. He rays:
"Spain's only policy is to prolong the war
without giving a chance for a decisive
battle, unili the odds for victory are all
in her favor. By taking refuge In the
bay of Santiago, out of reach of the en
enij's cannon. Admiral Orvera has car
ried out the policy that circumstances
rendered It Imperative for his country to
follow, seeing that by gaining time he
enahlsa a Junction to Is effected with
hlin by the reserve squadron being fitted
oui at laun.
OKA ROB ED KNUI.ISII VESSKL.
Spanleh Arrest end rotiflna Crew of Hrlt-
leh Veeeel Aftule.
New Yi rk, My 27. A dispatch to the
Herald from Kingston, Jamaica, says
Cable advices have been received here
from Clenfncgos, Cuba, stating that the
Adula ou arrival there, was stopped by
me Fpsnlsn authorities. Search waa
made aud a man found who had gone on
ute snip surreptitiously.
The Spanish authorities declared that
his object was to go to town to carry
Information to the blockading fleet, anil
hie presence was a breach of the neutral
ity Uws. The ship was aelied and Captain
mixer and the ollleera of the ship put
In confinement. The British consul
made protest. It Is believed that the
person on board was a newspaper corres
pondent, as the Spanish consul absolute
ly refused to allow the ship to leave If
any reporter was allowtd to go.
Spaa Uh Fleet Trjlnt to Improve la Their
Ne. York, May 27. A dispatch to the
tiers oi iroiu ttiiiraltar save: The war
snips ai i ai ix. iia-mlng Spain reserve
squadron under eounuand ot Admiral
('Miliars, are busy testing guns and ma
chinery preparatory to departure. Their
deetl atiun cannot beascertalned. Larire
" i ".ii'.ties of coal continue to arrive at
Ralnjr Reaeoa la C uba,
'Coy West. May 27 The rainy season
s J ,-t beginning In Cuba. The (let of
wai-.ilpeend newspaper dispatch boats
sxperieticeil Dad weather (luring the past
ww-a, wiin rrequent violent rainstorm.
Off the Cuban coast ths weather Is
riKEII UN A SKHUEANT
Three Supposed Spaniards Try to Aaeaa-
elnate a (laard,
Ky West. May 27. Sertreant Charles
II. Kit'hanls, on duty at the mortar bat
tery near Kurt Taylor, was fired upon
this morning by three unknown uieu,
whom he says he knows to 1st Spaniards
I he lire was promptly returned but the
m -Jt escaped. The sergeant was wounded
K-V." left arm.
v(A sharp lookout was kept for the
rangers. Boon after midnight at the
"inside gate, near which the mortar bat
tery Is located, a carriage was discover
ed. Ihe sergeant gave order to lire a
volley Into the vehicle. A moment later
three men were seen running up the
timet. Kirs was directed upon them,
nut ths suspect escaped apparently un
The sergeant declares that one man
r . . . - i . . . .
wrlwl st-spicious looking package.
HAWAIIAN AP N KX ATI ON,
The Amendment f Senator Lodge
llrlua tue Sulijeet to a Vote,
Washington, May 27. The Hawaiian
annexation question, which has been the
subject of uo little concern about the
senate the past few days, assumed deti
nue shape lu the seuate to-day, when
.Senators Lodge and Morgan offered
amendments to the war revenue bill
hearing directly upon the subject. Sena
tor Isle's amendment Is iu the words
of Ihe Newlands resolution ami provides
iu direct terms (or the annexation of
the Islands. Senator Lodge announced
his purpose to press ths amendment.
Advocates of annexation express the
opinion that the amendment lu the end
will be accepted, but admit that It will
re.ult In delating the passage of the
revenue bill. Incorporating Hawaiian
annexation lu tho revenue bill would of
eouri-e have ths effect of forcing the
mutter upou the attention of the bouse.
The condition of n Hairs In the l'hlltp
pines and the necessity for a stopping
place for our ships ou their way to those
islands is the reason for the present
Senator Jones, democratic member of
the finance commune, expressed an
opinion that the Lodge amendment
would not be accepted. "It would," he
said, "certainly delay the bill ludellultely
Madrid, May 27. The Imparclal reit
erates to day that Admiral t'ervera Is at
dantiiigo de Cuba, whl'-h port, It says,
poesesees advantages over Ciehfuegos.
The Volunteer Army,
Chattanooga. May 27. The volunteer
arm at Chic kaniauga now numbers 4o,
omi men, and continues to grow.
the KUn Market (or dressed
W heir the cxprruion uud cotuUntly. So much
to that in nine cxtet out ol ten It Kelly has no ilg-
nificanc in connection with facta, A bargain in
ihcxi rf prfMiitt standard ol value at ths right price
and a the right time. Buy a good article and you
will get taluljclory wear out ol it. Buy a cheap
and it will keep you on the jump to dupli
cate. Turn over a new leaf and buy n honctt
hoe at an honed price. This is the kind of values
we oiler you. Largest slock in the city to select
Reliable Shoe Dealer.,
i 122 S. Second St.
ami (lold Ave.
We have just received an elegant line of
!8k Wedding Rings In Tiifany, Oval
and Flat shapes.
Fine Watch work, Stone Mounting and ar
tUtic engraving promptly done.
HatlHfactlon (inu ranted.
Mall Orders Given
and Promptly Filled
Our Saturday Special .
Tho smaller stores are wondering how we can sell
ffuotls so cheap. Well that's our secret. We get
bargains for cash and give our customers tho bene
fit ot same. In this sale not over three articles
of a kind will be sold to one person. This is done
to give tho public tho benefit ot these special pri
ces and to keep the smaller stores from buying in
lots to sell a :ain.
rOK TUB PICNIC.
CANNKb AND POTTED
mau or averv daoriitlun. Including
fatde Kola tiraa. Fataa of Phaaaaiit
1 ' ,1 - , 1 .
vnuuro, nuuuouca, etc, etc.
PICKLK8 AND I'lt'KLKD
uofxu or all klnda. In buttla aud bulk.
tit iuoiua owfp. Biund Mauiroiw. iw
per annuo. Uiiwn () lvaa. Hwaet e,,H
romr riraiaa. twei mind, Celnry Ki
inn, rui 1101, nnita onions, Herman
1'iiia, etc., etc.
micti aa BulltHl Ham. Naw Kntrland
'rmaed Hani. Conked Cnrnari f
Prfaard I'igs' If mi, Llvar Chotsae, eto , o.
A lars-a rarlatv.imDtirtfd and rtnniiwtl.
il i:aiini ainu m mil yiimilV itr ii,.twivlej.
""""'I nartiinHB. nurwav HaMlnea.
Uilled llerrinir, Ucllcatoaa ilerrina, (jar-
man rickled llttrrlnif, etc., la bulk.
Twanty-fonr nrMlte, from (roruno
tola to Nttw York cream.
Mwlwurat, Cervttlat. Laoul. Holateln.
Turkeys and Ducka. Our clili'kn are
fat aud our Droller waKh on pouud
apiece. They are the genuine article.
Ban Johk Uauket.
I'ull Tas Notice.
I have made "liawley'a un the Corner"
tieattguartera rnr tlm collection ot the
poll tai fur IHM. Vua cau pay there aud
Ret your receipt.
Koy Mcliuiiald U alao authorised to re
ceipt or game.
Clerk board ot K.lucallon.
Mr Hurg, aa the niarqula, and Mina
atuiH, aa jtrmlnle, give au Ideal repre
eutation of their parte.
All Patterns 10c and 15c
nwThe Pest Ltflhted Store in the City.,
On Account of the Backwardness of the Season.
And to Reduce Our Big Stock. We will put prices on Dry Goods
that will make you buy if in need ol anything in that line. Scan
these prices and match them if you can.
n ' m aa
j x j
Lot 4 comprises of waists that sold in the reg
ular way up to $1.10. Go for 7,c
Lot 5 comprises a'l our best $1.25 and $1.50
waists. Put into this sale at only t)t)c
LINEN COLLARS3 Styles The regular
15c ladies linen collar go in this sale at
LADIES STRAW HATS Comprising fail
or, Flop and Walking Hats. Goods among
the lot worth $t.oo each. While they last
take 'em for only lOc
Women'aOxfordHlnall Lasts an J Sues In lilack Only at $1 per Pair. Others ask $1.50 fur not as Oood
Inf nts Tan Cic' i 1 Suei 1 t i 6. M t ie f In.; Stock, only UOc a Pair.
S ime as above it Spring Heel. Si s 4 to 8. only OOc a Pair.
With Abav We Put on SaI Our Rtg-uUr 25c Tan Hjse, Double Knee," Heel and Toe, at Only 15 a Pair
rpnn mn O-Pfinp I
llli Dill jj I UHJj !
I Lot all Bilk Teck Scarfs, culled from our immense atock where there were only two
or three of a kind left, no matter if they were the 75c quality they were put la this lot
Not more than three sold to any one person. Saturday's price 2&0
1 lot Men'a Colored, Soft and Stiff Bosom Shirts, odds and ends and broken
lines. Worth up to $1.35 each. Not over three wUl be sold to any one per
son. Saturday's price j q0
1 Lot in tans and light blues. Extra quality and the sane
other stores are asking 50 to 75c for. Not over three su ts sold
to one person. Saturday's price , 350
Prices For Saturday
Stationery, School Books,
C1IER1S MP PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES.
We Carry a Complete Line of Legal Wanks, Blank Books, Cigars,
and Tobacco, Magazines, Periodical and Newspapers.
O. A.MATSON & Co.
SOU WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
We Carry a Foil Line of Buckeye Mower Repairs. Thomas Ail-Steel,
Easy Dump Hay Rakes. Milburn and Studcbakef Wag-on.
Write for Prices. Mail orders given prompt attention.
1 li seel anjiesr . f
204 Railroad Avanue, Albuquerqua,
See Window Display.
Our new shirt waists
are divided in'o 5
lots as follows:
Lot 1 ihoice. . . . 25c
Lot 2 comprises
all goods sold up
to t0 and 60c
go in this sale
at only. , . . , , .39c
Lot 3 com prist s
all uniHta tlmt
e at onlv. . . Koc
Agents for Batter
lck'a Patterns and
Dr. Jaeger's Underwear.
Carpets, Curtain, Ruft,
Portier, Drapery, Silk.
MUXIONS OF MONEY FOR
A MOMENT OF T""
Or words lo tiui eifrct, wu th ofiaol a
dying monarch. You'd gtv quit a
little yourself (or aa extra minut when
your train vaniaiwa from on end ot th
station whlla you enter Um other. You
blarn the watch. Better brinf fe to tes
and ate ri there' anythlnf serious the
matter, or whether deaninf wont cur
in irouca. rjucrs oo tlm work aaai
is fuaranteed. Perhaps the UwuMa with
your watch ss the need oi a aew on
here' the place to get it.
T. Y. MAYNARD, JEWELER
Vtch Inspector, A, T. tV S. F. R. R.
POST & CO.,
Day as Received.
SILKS A lot of white silks slightly mussed
from bing displayed ia the window will go
in this sale at one-half the former price.
WASH SILKS-A new line of Checked
and striped wash silks. Special only . 30c yd
GENT'S FURNISHINGS See Window
Disp'ay Gent's Balbriggan Underwear.
0:hers make a big cry at 25c. Our price
is only 10c
Gent's fancy Shirts and Drawers in two shades
Gent's Percale Shirts, collars attached. Regu
lar 50c quality. While they last only. . ,25c
Gent's Percale Shirts, colored bosoms, white
body. Regular $1.00 shirt. Only .... fiOc
Gent's Golf Shirts, the best line in the city
to select from. See Window Display. At
75c, 85c and $1.00. Others ask 25 per
cent m re for not as good.
Boy's Fauntleroy Waists, the finest line in the
city to select from. See Window Display.
Upwards from ,...flOc