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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 6, 1893.
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ON SEA AND LAND!
in Santiago Harbor.
Tllli PHILIPPINE? INSURGENTS WIN VICTORIES.
Wellington, Juris 6. The navy de
partment Iim poHtnd the following bul
letin: "Ailrulral roporte that the
liinirirtMil havs basil artlvsly engnffed
wiiliin the province of Cavits daring the
wmk. They won sevsral vlctorlss,
niul have taksn about 1,800 mea prison
ers and fifty otllcers of the Bpantnh
troops not natives. The arsenal at Ca
vllo lias Inii prepared (or occupation by
I ultml Htatee troops upon their arrival
on the transport.
"Admiral Sampson Is engaged In ar
rauiflng with Admiral Cervera for the
exchange o( Naval Constructor Hobson
unit i he nmn with htm now prlsonors at
Hanllagn for theeame number of nfllwrs
mi l niiwi hnld prisoners by the United
I'.UUh Mt Kort Mrl'liereon."
OiVAra'a fleet Will Kaon ! la Samp
New York, June fl. By no possibility,
it is said, by niembera ot the war board,
will Admiral Cervera'a veeaels In the
harbor ot Santiago lie able to reach the
upen era, even with the wreckage of the
Merriiiiao removed, which Is not at all
feaxthle In view of the heavy lire any
operator would be subjected to who
ti 1 1 k tit attempt to place dynamite In the
wreck, eajs the Washington correspond
ent of the Tribuue. In lees Cervera
purposely deetroys bia ehlps they are
ImujihI ultimately to fall in the hands ot
the I tilted Htatrs.
t'ervera'a poeltlon Is regarded as such
that he will lie forced to surrender with
out possibly having chance to Ore on a
single war vessel. That he and bis en
tire force will be made prisoners In time
U)MAKIKD TMk FUIITI.
M.trtrM Ail.lo.s Sojr lhal th. Shots !
ol Ksar.li Ilia Korls.
Madrid, June 15 A dlipatih to the
linparcial from Kaiilii-KO do Cuba
eats: At III o'clock tit unlay even
tug twenty American war-hip opened a
but iiltnrk on Bautiuco ile Cuba, but
were so dhtHlit that their shots did not
reach the forts. Tim (llt-pitluh adds that
peeing the futility of the enemy's can
nonade, the Spaniards made no reply to
the tire, awaiting a nearer approach of
the ship, but the attacking fleet contin
ued to remain in its distant poeltlon.
The bombardment lusted 43 minutes,
(in Sunday sixteen American warships
were still moored la the same place la
flight of Santiago.
Naval outers Mar that Troops II.t. Mut
l.anrtrU at aauiiaic
Wsrlilngton, June II. Naval officers
deny that troops have been landed in
rne at Santiago. They ray it would
not be possible for troop ships to have
arrived by this time ou the south coast of
Cuba. The Kesolute, reported to have
b 'en at St. Nicholas Mole, liuytl, is not a
tna-p ship, but a marine transport, hav
ing on board 800 marines intended to
coiittittite a landing force to support the
H et In an attack npon any fortlUed
1- lint it was decided to occupy.
Ml A M BATTLE.
Ten Thn.aa Troops at Clilrkamaaaa
l ark Klijor Mlinlo Haiti.
Chli kamuugua National Military Park,
Tetiu., June tt. A sham battle was the
evi'iit to-day. It was between the regi
ments composing the first division of the
thlrit corps. About 10,000 men partlol
imted. This division, commanded by
ilrigHdierlieneral Frederick Dent Oratit.
la doing unusually hard work and Is rap
idly becoming prolkleut in all branchrs
of military traluing.
II At OliJK.CT.
Iin I'rolt.ts As-aln.t Bpaul.h Spies Opar
ailoc lu Canaila.
London. June 11 I'nlted States Am
bawddur lluy called at the foreign olllce
to di y, and presented evidence of the
Si Kiiihli oilicluls making Cauada a baae
of operutions, and protecting against the
oiitiiiuatice of this practice. The proteet
la t ared on the fact that It would be a
lireai h ot neutrality tor Great Uritaln to
permit her territory to bs used for such
l'ortlacd. Ore., June II. Kine weather
prevails over the entire state to-day. A
heitvy vote is being polled In the country
ilihtricts. Ordinarily good weather is ad
vantHfreons to the populists and demo
cruti, as the country districts give those
partiis a larger proportionate vote than
M.tlaU of Humir,
Washington, June . Kepresentatlve
llitrtiuau Introduced a Joint resolution
directing the secretary of the navy to
to have prepared and delivered suitable
3 l or the Citizen" Readers, Who Prefer to Pay Cash.
5 Nil I I.K'licx' iol.l Watc h, warranted 1 1 K Solid (i..l.H'..,-i. tlilt.l
MU. I. with tlsm woi. S2&.00
'n In lilli nian . liiild W'Htrh. warranted 10 K Solid tiolii Hunt C
Itu. 4, nig ta.ei, Buifd iMi II Jitl K.nklord oik- S33.00 C
'n j Solitaire Diamond King, in Titl.inv M ttniu, u lilt,- anni i-y C
O' .lone. W' I J carats, live (loin ll.i . .iir.inti.il; piu i- $200 00 I
Nil i l.udir. (iiiul I- tiled Vi au-lij
I'M. 4. A dainty litile a au t
Snl by Mall or Hipr... on Utctlpl ol pru
Viwr Monay bw.k II Ik.y Dun I null.
J Leading Jeweler, Hutch Inspector 8.
' v trrvwrrVWnrWWWryrWWfW Vtemlr
tneilale of honor to Mentenant Hobeon
and each meinbor of hie crew for gal
lant, heroic and patriotic services ren
dered the l olled Slate at Santiago har
bor June 3, iH'.Ki. It appropriates .too
for this purpoee.
Confer. or I'ommlltM,
W'aahington, June . Conferee on
the war revenue bill met at a o'clock.
The senate conferees exprees confidence
that the conference will be concluded
before the end of the week.
Montreal, Que., June ll. Magistrate
t.aKontalne to-day honorably discharged
Detective Kellert from custody on the
charge of stealing the now famous letter
from Went, ('arrant. Immediately af
terward Kellerfs lawyer took steps to
take out a suit for f 2r,UK against bu
boes and Carranza for false arrest.
Washington, June 8. The house con
ferees on the war revenue hill are Ding
ley, Payne (New York) and Bailey.
Spanish Minister Kstlmatss Keaonrvea
aultlclant for R.v.ral Monllia.
Parts, June 6. Temps to day publishes
a dispatch from Madrid which announces
that the Spanish minister ot finance,
Bettor Puigcerver, has submitted to the
cabinet arrangements f ir a new loan,
which, it la understood, Is to be made
without a guaranty ot the tobacco mo
nopoly and without the assistance ot for
eign capital. The bank of Spaln.lt is
said, will advance, when necessary, in
installments, billion pesetas, the
amount ot the loan, and undertakes the
foreign expenses of the army and navy.
The government estimates that it has
sutllcleut resources for several months.
Cape Haytlen, Haiti, June ), 1:30 p. in.
Advices just received from Sautiago
say that the bombardment of the port
formications and neighlioring landings,
particularly Aguldores, contluuea.
Saver, shock f.lt lu th. Morth.ra Por
tion of Ilia Mint.
Cincinnati, June fl. A severe earth
quake occurred in northern Kentucky
between 2 and 3 a. in. to day.
At Paris several persons were thrown
from their Iwds. At Maysvllle the vibra
tion lasted thirty seconds and were very
strong. At Mlllershurg the people were
pauio stricken and lied from their homes.
At Cyuthlana the shock was accom
panied by loud report. At Oweusville
meteors have been falling during the
Preparing Mpanl.h Ship..
London, June A special from Vien
na, says: "According to private advices
received from I'adii, preparations for ac
tive service of the Spanish cruiser Carlos
Vn the battleship Pelayo, and the auxil
iary cruisers Patrlotia and Papldo is pro
Washington, June fl. The president
to-day sent to the seuate these nomina
tions: Miss Kstelle Keel, W ymlng, so
perintendent of ludlan schools; Wm. B.
Brash, postmaster, Austin, Texas.
Washington, June fl. A special from
Cape llayilsn to day reports that at day
light this morning undercover of Admir
al Sampson's guns, a force of I tilted
States troops were lauded at Aguldores,
a short distance east ot Sautiago har
bor. Hut to Coufrur,
Washington, June C By yeas 137,
nays lot), the war revenue bill was sent
to a conference committee by the house.
CKOMWf.lX llllLPINti IN DANOKH.
Fir. Tureateueil Thla HauiUom. Bullillng
Vcatenlny Morulijf; IMh.r Alarms.
When the few people that first saw the
smoke pouring out f the hallways ot
the Cromwell block yesterday at about
lu:2u o'clock they thought ti nt a serious
oonllugratiou was Imminent. Had it
not been for the fact that the Are was
confined In a tightly closed room where
no draught of air could fan the blaxe, the
flames must have soon enveloped the
block, and with It other buildings,
causing an appalling loss in the heart
ot the city. And the tire was apparently
caused by bovs who had entered the
rooms, where the teuanta ' coal bins are
kept, and where the lire started, and pre
sumably dropwd a lighted match or
burning cigarette among the rubbish
stored iu the room, Manager Meyers, of
the Mutual Autoumtiu Telephone com
pany, says he heard the boys in the room
and they were mnking a din by lmltat
lug the mocking bird whistle. 1 heir itu-
C'ai,- w air.int,-,! lor lilt-i 11 year.
F. K. H. Alliuiiieriue New Mex
Itatlon was so perfect that a guest ot
Mr. Meyers jumped np saying that there
mnsi he a nre. I tie noise continuing
Mr. Meyers went out to order the boys to
stop, but by that time thelx shoes were
clattering down the stepa of the build
Ing. A few minutes later he saw
smoke issuing from the room and
after throwing all the water at hand
on the blaxe, he turned In an alarm. The
hose was brought Into the alley as quick
ly as possible and over tha root and
turned Into the room from a window.
In trout of this window was a heavy
sky-light. An enthnntaatie lire fighter
stepped on this and was partly through
on bis way to the tailor shop below when
a comrade grabber! him iiy the suspend
ers and brought him back. The Tele
phone company had a considerable ntiiu
ber ot battery jars and other electrical
apparatus stored in the room. Many
ot the Jars were cracked from the heat.
Outside ot this the loss by the fire will lie
alight, but the stock of James K. Bell A
Co., grocers below, suffered considerably
The loss on the building will be about
fliKi, covered by Insurance In the Na
tional Insurance company, of Hartford,
( on n .and the Atlas Hre Insurance com
pany, of London, which companies B. A
Sleyster, the agent of the building, rep
THK MAVNARI) HM.K.
Two hours later, a defective fine at the
residence of T. Y. Maynard, on south
Arno street, caused a fire which called
out the department again. There was a
misapprehension of the signal given this
lime ann ine nre ooys went iu wrong
direction. Ilefnre they arrived at Mr.
Kaynarn s nnnae. a second alarm was
sent In, but the Ore hail been put out
witn the aid of a srarden hose before the
arrival of the fire department. The loaf
nere was triuing.
London, June fl. The Globe to-dav
says It learns from a reliable source that
the Chinese foreign olllce has decided to
make Slan Ku, province of Shen-SI, the
capital ot the Chinese empire lu place of
tape llaytlen, llaytl, June fl. 0:W a
m. At A o'clock this morning strong
cannonading was heard before Port
Last Cahl. la b. Cut.
Washington. June A. It Is believed
that the last link that remains to con
met Havana with Madrid will not last
more than a day or so.
Washington. June fl. Tha nrvent rte.
Qclency bill passed the senate.
TEE TWO BANDITS.
Said to be "Broncho Bill" and
Johnson of Arizona.
AMOItO BLACK B1VEI COOHTIT MIIKD.
tin one of the stock trains that Daseed
through this city last Saturday after
noon, was a cow puncher, who claimed
to a local railroader, that he ptadtlvelv
knows the two Bclen train robbers anil
murderers, and slated that they are not
the notorious bandits, Pedro (iarcla and
Joe Kvans. He further stated that while
he and several companions were In camp,
a few miles beyond Holbrook, the two
desprradcee "Kid" Bill Johnson and a
character known as "Broncho Hill" rode
np to the camp three days after the
killlug of Vigil and Btistaniente, and
with their guns eocked and ready
to lire, ordered something to eat.
They were supplied with a regular
''rough-and-ready" square tneal, after
which they threw out a handful of sold
and silver coins to the campers, and then
lett. Kolu ot the men looked verv tired.
especially "Broncho Bill," who found dif
ficulty lu walking, he having received a
bullet through the fleshy nart of his left
thigh, and, owing to no care, the wound
apparently refused to heal. "Kid" John
sou did not complain ot being hit with
one of the bullets from the Vigil posse,
still the cowboy who gave out the above
news staled that he can recollect that
when the "Kid" rule up to the canto he
hail a blood stained handkerchief tied
around bis neck.
The St, Johns (Arizona) Herald. In its
last Issue, contained the following article
relative to the desperadoes:
'Broncho Bill" and Ids companion. BUI
Johtii-on, who held up a train on the
Southern Paclllo, near Helen, New Mex
ico, last week, are now hiding lu the
southern part of this county, In the Black
river country. Well-kuowu parties have
had lung Interviews with them. Both
men are wounded. "Broncho" U shot
through the left thigh, while Johnson
got it In the neck. both, however, are
mere flesh wounds, from which they will
stain recover and be lu a condition to
show up along the railroad right of way
Ihey snowed one person over f 7,imi,
the proceeds of their recent raid. Thin
pretty effectually disposes of the extirws
company's estimate of the loss, which
was the stereotyped "uve hundred dol
lars." This la absolutely certain, as It le
well known that the (irants lucldeut re
sulted In a water-haul.
As these outlaws have added murder to
their former crime of train robbery, by
killing Deputies Vigil and Btistameute.
of Valencia county, the company will
probably be forced to send Itetective
Thacker et al after them. A these
olllcers are not well aciiminteil with
the country, the linn of Broncho .V
Co. will probably continue to do
business. lhe case if Parker,
tha Prefott murderer, is exactly sim
ilar. Ills cantor now has a suit pending
against the express compuny. In the
tthirici curi 01 i oconiuo coma v, tor
the reward offered for Parker's arreat.
and which was fairly earned.
Should the party now enjoying the
otadhreer.es and line scenery of While
mountains la) caught, they will then be
llrst tried for murder, and thereupon
the express company will refuse to pay
any reward for their apprehension, tor
the reason that they "were not con
victed of the crime of train robbery."
The ordinary peace olllcer hesitates be
fore going to the trouble and expense of
organizing a posse fur the purisMe of
rounding up outlaws, and then, after the
work Is accomplished, knowing that his
just claim for remuneration will be re
pudiated on a leciiuicuiity.
Tha N.w Tttlrpliou.
New subscribers connected with the
Automatic Telephone sy-tem:
J., lames, resideuce, No. -I'll.
L. Trailer, otlice, No. I'.tll.
A. Knuiero, tn -at market, No. -I'.'!.
VS. Hollowav, residence, No. t:l.
1'tilllii r, J W , residence, drajuitn, No.
hescrvtd tcatt now on tale for the or-r
of trminlc at O'Reilly drug store. 1.0
early and avoid the rush.
Homer Merian and tils son, Charles,
who have been here during the past win
ter, expect to leave for their home at
Cleveland, Ohio, to uight for a visit to the
rest of the family. Charley hopes to be
heneiiteti iiy the trip, and his many
friends here tru-d he will.
(SUNK BY TUB OREGON !
Spanish Torpedo Boat Destroyer
Terror Sank by Battleship.
Death of Capl. Grldlcy, the Brare
Captain of th: Oljmpla.
Fire ThouMnd American Troops
Near Santiafo de Cab.
II010 MOkDIiri 1TSCHID.
(Copyright Associated I'm..)
Kingston, Jamaica, June fl. News has
been received here to-day that the Span
teh torpedo boat destroyer Terror was
sunk by the battleship Oregon.
It appears that the battleship Oregon
saw a long craft sneaking close to shore,
heading toward the harbor. She sig
nailed she craft to turn. The signals
were improperly answered and the Ore
gnu opened (Ire. The thirteen inch shell
struck the torpedo boat amidships. She
sank with all hands. The vessel la sup
posed to have tieen the Spanish torpedo
boat destroyer Terror, trying to make Its
way from Porto Ktoo Into the harbor ot
Sautiago de Cuba, to rejoin the fleet ot
Admiral Cervera, with which she arrived
at Kort de Krauce, Island ot Martinique.
The Terror was compelled to remain
at Kort de France, owing to her boilers
tadug otit of order. On the other hand.
It Is believed that the torpedo boat de
stroyer sunk may have been the Kuror of
L'ervera's tleet, as the latest reports con
cerning the Terror seems to show that
ner boilers are still out ot order.
DATS IT III FALCK.
Mole Bt. Nicholas, llaytl, June .
Advices received to-day from the flagship
New York say there la no truth In the re
port of a Spanish torpedo boat destroyer
having been suuk by the battleship Ore
1 he I lilted States transport Resolute.
formerly the Vorktown, has arrived off
Santiago with apprentices for the tleet.
IlHTH or CAFT. OKIDLr.T.
On. of Ilia H.roos or In. Manila Flihl
tiles In Japan.
Washlnirton. Jane fl. Cant sin Charles
V. (Irnlley, commander of Admiral Dew
ey a llaghhip Olympla and one ot the
heroes of Manila, is dead. A brief dis
patch to the navy department announced
his death at Kobe, Japan, en route home.
It Is supposed that he was ruptured or In
wme manner Injured during the great
battle of Manila. Grldley was born at
Lognusport, Ind-trtlo, and was regarded
as one nf the brainiest and Dlucklest
ctllcers in the naval service.
PI. Thousand Troops laind Kan Santia
go d. Calm.
New York. June 8. A soeclal from
Kingston, Jamaica, reports 6.WMJ Cn'tert
.itntee troops landed near Punta Cabre
ra, a little to the west ot Santiago de
Cuba, where a junction was effected with
tieueral Calixto Harcia's army nf a.(HK)
insurgents. It le added that the landing
was effected under cover of Ore from
Admits! Sampson's ll"et. With the
troops were several heavy rlege guns.
MCGKOKM I.YNl IIKI.
limy Killed th. Marshal or n Missouri
St. l.ntile, June fl A special to the
Post Dispatch from Clarksville, Mo., says:
o uigrues have been lynched and
two more are likely to receive the same
fate, for the murder ot City Marshal Hal
ter Meloan yesterday.
An excursion boat from Uulncv. III..
ami Haiiulbal, Mo., arrived here venter-
lay with ubout three hundred heir roc.
After the boat tied up Curtis Young got
into a light with Lena Bryan, colored, of
Hannibal, and the tight became ireiieral
City Marshal Meloan put Young uuder
arrest. Somebody shot the marshal in
the back and he died. A posse arrested
Sam Young, Curtis Young, Bob Taylor
and Charles Taylor, all colored. Curtis
and Sum Young were takeu from jail by
a mob and hanged to a tree. It la feared
that the two other prisoners will suffer
the rauie fate.
Conditions ol Troops.
Washington, June 8. The war depart
ment olliciala are moving hiaveniand
earth to improve the conditions of things
at Tampa and vicinity, tieueral Miles
has made some pretty sharp reports to
the department criticising the Couditu ns
Washington, June fl. The house on a
rising vote decided to non-concur and
end the war revenue bill to a conference.
by a vote ot lutl to wo.
Klots Id Inland.
Belfast, Ireland, June A. Great excite
ment baa been caused here by a natlopal-
GEO. C. CAIIISLEY
n.IL, OUIIKKS) talVKI l:aKIL AFTKWTION. s
LARGEST KXCLUSIVK SHOE DEALERS IN THE CITY.
Corner ?tl St. ami Gold Ave.
CHIEF WATCH INSPECTOR SANTA FE PACIFIC R.
Railroad Watches Sold on easy Monthly Payments.
21 UvtUi F.lgins
21 j(wUd Wsllfums
21 and 2 J Irwtltd Hsmpdcns
17 JrwtUd Hsmiltoiu
17 lewctcd Klgins
17 JweUd Wslthams.
Fine Gold, Gold hilUd, Silver
Mull Onlern Solicited and
1st deruomtration In honor nf the revo
lution of li'.H. Heveral collisions oc
etirred between the demonstrators and
the opposing crowd. Stones were thrown
and a general melee followed, and sev
eral arrets were rnade.
In the circuit court the Kirst National
bank sna W. K. Mclaughlin Co., of
fort n m gate, on a promissory note.
Madden Bros. vs. Chas. W. Iawls la
case of the same nature.
In that of (ieorgA Ostrander, et a
against the Cochtti Gold Mining orn
pany of Bland, asking tor an Injunction
to restrain the company from using
I water iroro rerana canyon, me cant was
I JIuk.ImuI l,l...... .....I. ..II.. I..-..I
iiiruiifwr-,1 willlUII. llt-JIllli:B leHTUIg
plaintiff the right to bring another eult
it mey are so aisposed.
Allot r THK t'OCIIITM.
i.J. Lon Tolls Som. I'laln facts la His
J. J. Leeeon, the manager rf the New
Mexico exhibit at the Iran Mississippi
ann ii'ternaiionai exposition, Omaha.
Neb , lu a letter to O. H, Marron, presl
.lull t nl I ttsn I'jlllilliaeslol (alllls. asaBaa.
'inn ni" vixiiiiir-itini villi', nnrni
"The New Mexico exhibit Is getting In
piece, i unit mat mineral will be the
leading feature of the exposition
great many people have already inquired
of me for the Bland ores, and f have not
got one pound to show them. Now, the
fact la, Albuquerque and Bland should
by all n-eans have an exhibit; the miners
and business men cannot afford to miss
this great opportunity of advertlsln
this camp. There has been so much sal
of Coch'tl that If it don't show up It will
act against It, and without an exhibit I
am In a position that I cannot ear
word for the camp for 1 cannot make anv
excuse for not having an exhibit from
it, so I hope voti will take the matter In
hand and see at onoe that Bland and Hull
canyon are represented here. 1 will do
W. K. Powbiti. the Wells. Kargo Kx
?reas company's agent, this city, returned
ast Saturday night. He Is verv active
In running down every clue that would
lead to the capture of the Belen train
robbers and murderers, and states that a
perambulating railroader, by the name
of Kay Brown, came verv near eettlui
himself Into serious trouble at Lake
Valley by his queer actions and a desire
to use bis tongue a little ton much. A
party, who was under . the Impression
that Brown was one of the handlte.
started to head off the Individual, but
was Informed from Drmlnr that he was
formerly employed as enltchman at
Iteming, where he met with an accident
to one of tils thumbs the other day. and
where he is known as a "brass-art" on
all nil lecls from which he think a little
notoriety can be obtained.
On Thursday evening next. Miss Ger
trude Bartlett, who has been in tills city
luring ine pass six months, in company
with her sister liernlce, for the health ot
the latter, will return to Kansas City.
These estimable youug ladles have, dur
ing thrlr stay here, endeared themselves
to many friends who will leg ret Miss
Bartlett's departure. The health of Mlaa
liernlce Is much Improved, but she will
remain another year In order to fully
avail herself of the health-giving prop
erties of our delightful climate.
fihet.l jllubbell sold at the conrt house
door this morning the Ignncio Selva
property for UK). The property 1 de
scribed as the east half ot the southwest
quarter of section Xtl, township 10, north
of range 4 east. New Mexico meridian,
containing eighty acres. Judge L. H.
Tilmble bought the land. The property
was sold to satisfy a claim ot Ktieebio
Gatta, who held Selva's promissory note
Mrs. P. 0. Cornish, ths estimable better
halt ot Dr. Cornish, with her son, will
enjoy the summer months at her old
home at flagstaff, leaving for the west
in a short time. They broke up house
keeping a few weeks ago, and for the
time being have rooms at Sturgee' Kuro
pean. After the summer, Mrs. Cornish
and son will return to the city and re
The eveut of the season will be the
opera Krmlnle, Tuesday and Wednesday.
The company is composed of lltty seven
iHple and the orchestra is under the
leadership of Prof. DI Mauri. Mrs.
Blakley says the opera will far surpass
anything of the kind ever put before an
Lined up before Justice Crawford was
a motley crowd of "across the cnu'lnsnt
trotters, and to the surprise ot the jus
tice and the officers present every one
pleaded guilty to the charge of vagrancy,
ihey will clean hose anil do other work
for their board for the next ten days.
The platform at the depot is undergo
ing needed repairs. Aaeut Trull and his
elliclent chief clerk, P. K. Mct'anna.
noticed that there were some clanks out
of gear and after making proper requisi
tion to the higher olllclals, the repairs
were ordeted done.
The closing exercises of Miss Field's
nrivate school will be held at the opera
house, Wednesday morning, June M. com
mencing at o'clock. Krtimds of the
school are cordially Invited.
Mlas Lottie Barth, formerly a lady
clerk at the dry goods store of llfeld
Bros., left a tew days ago ou a visit to
her relutlvea and friends at St. Julius,
W hear tlu expression utei constantly. So much
o that in nine cues out ol ten it really has no sig
nificance In connection with facts. A bargain in
hoes represents standard ol value at the right price
and a' the right time. Buy a good article and you
will get satisfactory wear out of it. Buy a cheap
article and it will keep you on the jump to dupli
cate. Turn over a new teal and buy an honest
shoe at an honest price. This ii the kind of values
we offer you. Largest stock in the city to select
Kt-luLlr HUi'r pralrrs,
122 S. Second St.
We have just 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.
Sat Uf ant Ion Guaranteed.
Mall Orders Given
and Promptly Filled
In Linen, Tercalei and Lawn
we want to c ose them cut.
ana nere are the price, that will
$t.7S Ladies' Dreasea (or $1.10
3.50 ivaaiea- Dreiaea for 1.50
4.50 Ladiea' Dressei for 2.7fl
5 00 Ladiea' Dressei for 3.SO
6.50 Ladisja' Dresses for 4.M
Ladies' Sailor Hats
Aim oat Given Away I
One lot Sailors in While anA
Black, unlrimmed, worth 35c, at
One lot Sailors in Navv. Black
and White, with Hands to matrh.
worm 50c, at
t3?THere is a
One let Cravenette. 61 Inches
wide, in Black and Navy Blue.
worth $rsoyd;thiaweek $1 OO
Chirac. Slo.ll Mark.,
Chicago. Jun 6. Cattla Riwalnl.
14.IHJ0 tinatl: market alarl til 11) MnU
waves. S-t (XVittj.SA! n mnA l,.irun.
2 4ieti.u6: Teias steers. S,T7Kmiiii-
storkors anil feeders $umri.ou.
bheep Receipts, io.ijoO; market,
isatlvea, I3 40A4J1R; westerns. 4.00tt
fW; lambs, 4.26.8&,
Haass City Mark si.
Kansas Cltv.JHne 8. Oattls RmwIhU
,(); market, unchanged.
Native steers. fcL7Btt4.HO: Tszas attara
ra.raiu--i.ou; leiaaeow. S Z6r.lb; na
tive cows and heifers. tlJ)4.75: stork.
ers and feeders, 3 o0)6.50; bulla, $3.00(4
Hheep Receipts, S.OOO: market Arm
Lambs, f4.00(s6.Si muttons, $3.U0tj
Jblasrs Ural, atark.,
Ohleasro, Jnns fl Wheat Juna wheat.
l.iw: Jtilr. SN'-c Corn Juna. Mis:
hit, 01 0. uaia-jnne. Z2'c: Jul v.
... - . .
New York, Jnne fl. afonev on call.
nominally IXttl twr cent, prime mer
cantile paper, 44.
Slis.r MS I saa.
New fork. June 0. Silver, WX.
New York, June 6. Copper, lO'o.
TICKETS FOR THE
On Sale at
O'REILLY & CO's DRUU STORE
All Pattern 10c and 15c
&MsvThe Best Lighted 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 of anything in that line. Scan
these prices ana match them if you can.
Lot 4 comprises of waists that sold in the reg
ular way up to $1.10. Go for 7.1c
Lot 5 comprises all our best $1.35 and $1.50
waists. Put into this sale at only ..... lK)c
LINEN COLLARS 3 Styles The regular
15c ladies linen collar go in this sale at
LADIES STRAW 1 1 ATS Comprising mil
org, Flop and Walking Hats. Goods among
the lot worth $1.00 each. While they last
take 'em for only , , . , 1 Oc
Women's Oxfords in all Lasts and Sizes In lilack Only at $1 per Pair. Others atk $1.50 for not as Good
Infants Tan Cac' ii Sizes 1 to 6. Made of tine Stock, only flOc a Pair.
Same as above in Spring Heel, Siaes 4 to 8, only OOc a Pair.
With Abovs V Put on Sle Our ReguLr 25c Tan Hose, Double Knee, Heel and Toe, at Only 15o a Pair
Till You Hear From
And he will put the finishing
toucnes on that elusive fleet.
Just wait till you see the choice
assortment of Bargains we are
displaying this week and you will
want us to put the finishing touch
on your summer wants.
Here is something that will in
terest Travelers: We are mak
ing special prices on Trunk",
Valine), Traveling llagn.
Steamer Trunk, Shawl
Strops, etc. We have the largest
assortment in the Territory.
at Extra Low Trices this Week.
50c Summer Corsets at 35c
75c Summer Cornets at 50c
1 .00 Summer Corsets at. . .7 Jo
1.50 Summer Corsets at.$l.O0
ON THE LOOK-OUT
For the Spanish fleet Is Uncle
Sam, and when once Mgot-at-able"
will follow Dewey's ex
ample Vcnl Vidl Vid." So
with our patrons when on bar
gains bent, they find our prices,
our work and our representations
T. Y. MAYNARD, Jewelsr...
Vatck Inspector, A T. & S. P. R.
E. J. POST & CO.,
We Carry a Full Line of Buckeye
t-aiy Uump Hay Kxk.es.
Write for Prices. Mail orders
N. T. Anuljo Iiullding.
-A. Cttutravlly Zooaatssct XZotsvl.
204 Railroad Avanue, Albuquarqua, Ns M.
Sec Window Display.
Our new shirt waists
are divided into 5
lots as follows :
Lot 1 choice.... 3 5c
Lot 3 comprises
all goods sold up
to 50 and 60c
go in this sale
at only 39c
Lot 3 comprises
all waists that
sold up to 85c
they go in this
at nnlv fni
SILKS A lot of white silks slightly mussed
from bi ing displayed ii the window will go
in this sale at one-half the former price.
WASH SILKS A new
Agents for Batter
lck's Pattern and
Dr. Jaegera Un
derwear. Men's Clothing and
a few Hot Weather
One lot Men's Crash Suiu,
worth $4.00, at $3.00
One lot Men's Blue Cheviot
Wash Suits, worth $5, at. $3.50
One lot "high grade" Colored
Shirts in stiff and soft bosoms,
cuffs to match, worth $i.ac. at
One lot Negligee Colored
Shirts, extra value, at 5()o
One lot Men's Balbriggan Un
derwear at per garment..., 2 5o
One lot Imported French Bal-
brijgan Underwear, worth $a.oo
a suit, at per garment 75o
Mower Repairs. Thomas AU-Stecl
Milburn and Studebaker wagons
giren prompt attention.
Day as Received.
line of Checked
Special only, 39c yd
GENT'S FURNISHINGS See Window
Disp'ay Gent's Balbriggan Underwear.
Others make a big cry at 35c. Our price
ia only iqc
Gent's fancy Shirts and Drawers in two shades
Gent's Percale Shirts, collars attached. Regu- l
lar 50c quality. While they last only. . .35c
Gent's Percale Shirts, colored bosoms, white
body. Regular $1.00 shirt. Only. ...50c
Gent's Golf Shirts, the best line in the city
to select from. See Window Display. At
75c, 85c and $1.00. Others ask 35 per
cent more for not as good.
Boy's Fauntleroy Waibts, the finest line in the
city to select from. See Window Display.
Upwards from ,,,, flOc
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