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ALHUgUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY AMI . KNOON, J I LY 14, 1898.
CITY OF SANTIAGO
All Eastern Cuba Capitulates to Gen.
Shafter's Gallant Army.
SPANISH TROOPS TO
Wftihinirtnu, July H BuntlHgo tin
I1ITAII.8 OK rlllKHKNIiKK.
Washington, July II. A rouftwnr at
ttlM Wllit TtUIIMd OVer Sllflr' lllHtWHlTH
r'nnrilinj enmniiiwioiixrH laHttxl only
M'it t..u minute! tr fort u imwrr
to th illHimU'h u rrnmwl. In this
li-Mtrli Hlittfttr wtm iiiHtructixl to carry
Ollt OflllTH lltt Wilt llllll, tlMMflT to
Hcrnrp th "tirrtiiiltr nf HantlHgo hy nooti
tu iU) r to rfiifw th attack iihii th
ritr. It in uiitlr-ttHl that Ih (mrpm
of iii iiri'Miiiiwit In rwmtiiitr Hi'" rii'iy i
tout wIiIIk nfdir'ug th Biirri'iiilnr of the
rlty 1 1 ltv to Mlidflr tliti rriiif. iinut
nf all th (li'tiiiU of tlio NiirrxuiliT. It
iimltiTH not wlinthnr ptnr ootiiiiil-s-lnii
fr Iih HinMiliitixl or not ho Iojiij ax Hit
Hiirrtnli'r Is cconip--lii'(l without uVloy.
!-l HKKM'K.MiU HliHT.
n n-l.l. rft. ii. .Inly 14 -It Ih iitlit'V:-.
tlii ' tn irtiiimtmu will In wilt to (inn
rnt! lornl. Hcrury AIkit, on hi way
to th vhit hollst, Nitlil It vviih not llltt
rlciir wli.il kh to im th purpos of tiiH
cmmiiI.h!c ii in i (((! Iiy tlm Npanlnrih.
TIiit mi 4 I Hiirriiiilir or llitlit Im sulil
After tli i whit. Iioiih eoiifirim'H lieu
cm! Cor hi ii returned to the war dentiM
inut nii'l nave out thin xtatement: "A
I'liiiii'iiriim Jimt received from (leueral
hlmftiT m.yit tlmt (ieuerul Toral had
a-tkiil that romiulHHion In appoint.!
to arrangrt the teriuo of mirreniler, Toral
IihvIui hI ready appointed IiIh." The
text of Kh.kfter'n (INpatch wao not Riven
KNTIIlK I'HOVINCK ril'KltKNOKItS.
WaHhliiKton, July 14 Adjutant Gen
eral c'orhiu announced noon utter ;i o'clock
thut the teiiiis of Murrender wan not guile
fully understood, and would nut he fully
accepted uritll a further report wai re
ceived from Shufttr Riving all details,
t'orblii khIiI, at tiinh'rHtooil here, that the
Hiirrender Ini'lii l the entire province of
Huutiniro und all the Hpaiiiith garrlwuiH
Includt il within Its liinitH.
The transportation of tlm Spanish
troops to hpiln, rtecretary Alifer hhH, wan
eii'.inly approved. In Roiiera! he re
(rurdi il t'.e tliiitioii as highly natiifuc
HMU II.lt ItKI'DIITS MltltKMlLlt.
Wit'liuit iii, July II The adjutant
ki n. ml Ij i-reel vi d tli. followliiK from
I'lrt'rt d '! Kte: line just returned from
II I I it. 'rv r with lle.iernl roril. Me
H. r e-In : ,11 redder on the linuls of hi'llitf
rec ri .1 t , palii. Till 1 t ri p i itlon eoi
bodim .ill eiu-rri Culm from Aivvra l rot
I. 1, Hi,. .i .in:-, ,i I'ujiia mi the north, via
t'aluiu, Willi prin'tically llie f.iurili army
c irpi. t'.i o iiinmoneri meet thia after
noon to deli itelv Hrrune teniif.
bun i kk, Major (ieuetnl
TIMK I IK Mt'llltKNIiKH
V i t lili trtmi, Jul v 1 1 "SmitlHgn Hiir
ritiilTid at three" H the hi in i ilrmil
(Hit- itl a'll.o'inceiiieiit t'l it reui'heil the
pn mi. I, nt at :i: i thu afternoon in a iIih
I i'i 'i from the hIhohI wtvice olllclal at
1'iavidel Kit J. which tol I of thereiult of
t eiux 'twm of the I'ltpiliilulioti cnumiH)
neiilinvn time la llftv-Uve minutee
Hi, a I of n.-.'itiik't"M, which accounU for
the iiiick riH'elpt of the reeiilt, the Ci'lu
mi il n.T-t not meeting until 'J::i".
ONLY IM.TAIUH TO UK AIkII STKIi
W.i-liu.Ktoii, July 14. Adjutant lieu
erul I'iiiImii h H rtiiU JUIH'eil that rlautiaso
had surrendered anon after Hen. Bhafter'
ili atcli wae received, tlie telegram tthow
in; that the (iauiard-1 had agreed to our
t;inni, and only the detaila ritiiiaili to he
WAM Kl l OMMIIllNKH.-.
Vh lilt t .ii, July 14. A rahlegraui
ju-t received here from Khafter an
i,i iinii-i tin! the HpaniardM have hp
point t c.iiii:u''4liiiieri to arrange teniiri
nl nir n li r
IlirtK I IT I'KIII'OITKIN.
Mom In .. lli.liir lli NiiiiI.Ii l'rlMtir
VSiiiliii.'.'t July 1 1 -The Kpunleh
force) iiivolvid In the capitulation of
hiii.tuiif i will i. nt he taken hack to Spain
In Atueticiiti veteele unleHH there Ih an
mlii'lal id due for the eafety of our craft
and their iT"vn. Hecretary Alicer had no
ii-itali'U in n) I M today that he
iluiilited If .pu'li wanted the primmer
liroiiK'h I n: k there, and ealil Hut it t run i
purtid in our own venHelH and without
Home agreement wllh Hpanieh repreMent
at n el .pain would not refrain from
ae ting them It Ih a knotty prolixin.
Which will he tackled Iiy tlieeoniinlHMlnu-
ern arrungiiig the capitulation under
direction cif the authoritleM here.
cluing to AUla.
Han KrancHcn, Jnly II - I nder ordera
from va-hington it Ih aaid that the gun-
I mat lnnliigt'in will nail for the Ala
kan eoat In ijueat of privateer.
l'iilo tili'Hi IC.ieilllhin.
VSashlngtnti, July II Major (leneral
tlriH'ke ha I een ordered from I hlcka
manga to Washington lininediately for
c tTrm iTrirrrmnirrmnTrrirrnrirrrrnrirrn unu unu mm ?i
T he luceu ol our Special Bargains in lw'aktu-s last w-i't'k indues
u to ollir anolhrr, ? luvt jo! utv oply ol lull JcwrUJ
(ISJi-wfU. MvktleJ Movrniiols, dr,ihiuly ati.-ur.iK (iiiikti-pcri.
Wt have fittfd the in w"arrantd Gold 1'ill.d 1t 7j r )()
Caw. and olitr them cotnplele lor ?f"Y I f ')
Only a do:n ol llin 00 hand.
f-t after I.AIII!S' W A 1 CHI S at kl HI c Il I'tviCI s l,.r a I LVV litS";
'ES VERITT -"
Leading JwcUr, RAILROAD AVENUE, Alboqurqu. N. M.
HE SUNT TO SPAIN.
conultatiin regarding the Porto Klcan
expelitlon. No more tronn will le nent
to t'liha. nave two regimenlH of Immune"
from New ttrleana and lialveeton. A
liirue part of the troop In t'liha will he
wl'hdrawu when Santiago etirremleri.
lfTAII.t Or Ml KKK.llllll.
Hialilh Triii M ill ll Nhli-l (lot r
Wahinglon, July II. The following
uiiolliclal Htateiueiit of the Hlluatlon le
made hy one who ha Jut talked with
AriangemetitH are being made for
coiiimlHMionerH to arrange the Htirremlcr
of bantliigo. There Ih much nilHiinder
xtainling a to the effect of the Spanl-h
prnM,ilioii, the admlniHlratloii at tlrat
In lievlng It a Hpiinlrth trick to work de
lay, a tiefore, hut it Ih now construed an
In iking to immediate Hiirrender. and ar
rangement for that purpoHH are now In
progreHH. lieu. Shatter hue heen author
ity to upHilnt commiNHioiierH, hut only
for Immediate and uncoiiditional Htirren
der, and ha heen informed that for no
other ptirpoec will rommlHiotiera lie an
pointed, our authorities, a voiced In
the dispatches to Hhnfter hy Secretary
Alger, will atlenil in me iletalm or trail
purling the Spanleli force hack to Spain.
lllsl'ATCII MMIYI MII.K.1.
Il tlv.A rarllciilMm nf the Niirrflliler nf
111 HMitliilt Army,
VYaHliingtun, July 1 1 - The war depart
ment received the following dispatch
(rom deiieral Mllea, written apparently
hefore the llual Hiirrender of Santiago at
'A o'clock: "Hefore Santiago July 14
(ieueral Toral ha formally Hurrendercd
tlie troopH of hla army, troop and
divisions of Santiago ou term and uu
derelanding that In troopH Hliitll he re
turned to npaiu. Shatter will appoint
commieHiiiuer to draw up the conditionH
and make ariangciueut for the carrying
out of the term of Hiirrender. Thl Ih
very gratifying, and Shatter and the
olliivr and mm of hi command are
entlthd to great credit for their sincerity
and fortitude in overcoming the almost
iiihurmountalihi ohetacle which they
encountered. A portion of the armv
had heen Infected with yellow
tev t, and t'ftortH will he made
to Hcpeiate thoee Infected and
Ili.n-e free from it and keep those (-.till on
(j ard the ship Heparatedjfroiii those on
slime. ArrangeiiieiitH will he liiiuiedi
a'ely made for carrying out further In-
Hlru.'tioiiH of tlie preeldent and youtself."
M-crclary Long received the following
cablegram from Admiral Sampson, dated
nil Santiago, 2 p. in.: 'Santiago stir-
It aptiearH that on Monday Khafter did
not attain demand the uncoiiditional ur
remler which Toral retimed on Sunday,
hut ottered an an alternative proposition
to accept the capitulation of the enemy
and to trausHirt the Spanish otlicer and
troopn to spam, they to leave all arm
lielilml ami lie to accept their parole. It
wt thl proportion which I oral decline, I
yesterday. Thl moruliig It w.i decided
to hold a personal Interview with
l'nral. Mile and hi stall, who got uo
further than Shatter' headquarter last
nltiht, accompanied hy Shatter and stalT,
rode out to the front ahortly before b
o'cliH'k under a Hug of truce. A reijuest
tor a personal Interview with the Spanish
couiniaiiiler-iu-chief was acceded to and
ahout U o'clock lieneralri Milee, Shafter,
Whetder, liiliiiour, t'ol. ('ours, I'uptain
V iley and Captain Mails rode up, pasHi'd
over our lntrenchiiient and went down
Into the valley hevond. They were met
hy Toral and hi chief of etalT under a
spreading mango tree at the bottom of
the valley, alsiiit half way between the
line. The interview that followed laeled
Ilia situation was placed frankly he
tore Toral, and ho whs ottered the alter
native of being sent home wllh the gar
ris in or leaving Santiago province, the
only conditions iuiHed being that he
should not destroy existing fortlUcatinn
and should leave hi arm behind
11,1 latter condition the Spanish gen
eral, who dues not speak Knglish, ex
plained thronnh hi interpreter, was
impossible. lie said that the law
of Spain gave a general no discretion
lie might abandon the place if he found
It untenable, but he could Hot leave his
arm behind without subjecting himself
to the penalty of being court-martialled
and shot. His government had granted
him T id I is -1 , 1 1 to e acuate Santiago, and
that wa all. Further than that he was
powerless to go. VN 1 1 lull 1 1 HavtllK HO Itl
words, Miles sal, I that the tenor of Toral'
remarks all b draved the realization that
he could not hold out long.
Nt-l.ri.-liH Keiui.lli Ml I.ki.
tm aha, Neb., July 14 The republican
league to day listened to ail address by
wv - I'ruMtileiit V itoitioH.lisee. The commit
tee oil credentials decided the contest
from Illinois In favor of the regulars, the
aim tanner men neing iveii uo repre-
HPtitRtion, and the report wa adopted. It
now appear that th race for pres.,-it
I between lingpy of . Michigan, and Hotd,
of Maryland, with the chance taeeinlngly
in favor of Plngley.
Cuban t illllott.
Key W est. Kla., July 11.-New of the
successful landing of the Florida and
Kanita expedition wiiMi left here June
i"i, wa received thi morning. The
landing wi i ftected July it at I'alo Alto,
on the eolith coast of I ubn. but not until
after eeveral lively eklrmlshee with the
I-otidon, July 1 1. The St. Jame (in
xette nay that It learn from an author!
tut I ve source that the Hrltl-h trovrru
ment ha formally cntiHented to nrldtrale
the rs. uinlary dispute between ( hill tI
Argentina If the matter le not mutuant
settled by August !.".
Nnw Kill the nnr.
New York, July 1 1. The federal censor
In New York, lirant Squire, stated at
i.lu p. ni lo-ilay, mat the olllrlal an
iiouncenient might ta made that the Hiir
render of Santiago had been vertllrMl, and
exactly at X ochs k thl ufternis.u the
city wa formally turned over to u.
.Madrid, July 14 The minister of the
interior, Senor Capdepon, In an Interview
to day, Ih ijuoted a Having that he could
not deny tliat portion of the cabinet
wa In favor of peace. Hut, he added,
peac- I very dillU'tilt problem to
Ht f Failure.
Providence, K. I.July H. John Ma
on V Son, one of the heaviest cotton
manufacturing lirms In thl rlty. are
tlnanclally embarrasse!. The liabilities
are above f;,ii,oniit mostly In notm held
by bank In thl city. The number of
creditor I small.
On Way to Manila.
Victoria, B.C.. July 14 -The City of
Para, with (ieueral Merrltt. arrived at
Honolulu, July 5. The Morgan City and
Indiana were scheduled for that evening.
i ne .Monterey and tlie collier llriitu brt
Honolulu for Manila, July 1. The Mo-
naduock with the collier Nero arrived at
Honolulu Jnly It. Necessary reimlrH to
her machinery will delay her ix or sev
TIIK Al.tUl.llt hTAIHIIMI.
l-'einiaiin anl K,lrl,tlno l.nrrrn llonuil
Over to Urand Jury.
Keliclano I.ucero and Ksplridlnn I.uce-
ro. the two brother charged with doing
the ctiUing which resulted 111 the dealt
of Joaiiim liouzitlee, hail their prelimt-
nary Hearing tiefore Jusilce K. Montoya
y ApoJoca, at Alamela yesterday after
Uisni. Mstrlct Attorney Klnlcal, I nder Hher
ill C. K. Newcomer, Court Interpreter
Nestor Montoya and Attorney Mislesto
Ortiz, who represented the defendants,
were present al trie trial from this city.
Mstrlct Attorney Klnlcal looked after the
interest of the territory.
Two brother of the deceased were ex
amined. One of them test Hied to a
deathbed statement made by Joaquin
fionzalee In which he elated that he had
teeii cut by the two Lucerne. The other
brother test I lied to Home Incldenta which
occurred at the hulle, but ah he was not
an eye-wituefia or all the tight his evi
dence was unimportant.
icente Sal and Douaclano Sandoval.
two of the men stabbed, were In attend
ance.but bh they were Htillering Intensely
they were not called upon to testify but
were taken home.
The territory rested It case and the
court bound the two defendants over to
the next grand jury without hail. I nder
Sheriff Newcomer arrived with them late
yesterday afternoon and they are now In
me county jail.
It I reported to day that Lorenzo liar-
cla, one of the injured men, Ih In a dan
gerous condition and Ih not expected to
lit slsl AltHKST.
Attempt In t'ailir Oliver l.ea and .tlm
The friend of Oliver Lee and Jim ( i 1 -lil.ind,
two of the men who were Indicted
by Hie grand jury ut La Crucea for the
murder of Col. Fountain and hi sou,
are greatly surprised at the report that
readied the city that they had nuccesa
fully resisted arrest ut the hand of
Mien IT Harrett and pte.ee parly Tuesday
morning, for they have always Insisted
that Lee and liiiiiland Were not avoiding
arrest, but wuiild voluntarily surrender
Klici iff (iurrett'ri posse, consisting of
Ben, V illiams, Clint. Llewellyn and II.
K Kearney, came upon their men, who
were sleeping at l.Vs well. Kearney
called tism them to Hiirrender, but was
answered hy shot, which were lire.l
through s rt hull's in the adobe
wall. Kearney wa shot In the
shoulder and thigh and tiarrett
and another of his di-putlea were also in
jured. Lee and lillliland bad such great
advantage of position, bung protected
by adi be walls, that the sheriff and his
men retreated without making any ar
restH. Tom Tui'Ker, who wa at the
hon-e, tisik no part In the allair.
Kearney Ih now at Kl 1'a.so, where his
injuries are being treated.
I. O. O. r M m io.m Tit-ultibt.
Harmony Lodge No. 17. I O. o. K at
It regular meeting to-night, will Install
the olluvrs for the ensuing term. Mem
ber are requeued to attend. Visiting
brother cor.nallv invited. Kd. L. Met
!'lilui;i suit k -Vlurhet.
Chlcngo, July 1 1. Cattle Receipts,
U..VO head; market steady to strong.
K' eves, 4 Ju i.'j ;(.'; cows and heifers,
i "" I "o; lex steers, ;i o l.fifi;
stocker and feeilers 4 l..n.l so.
Sheep -KeCelpts, '.l. i l; Ilea l).
Natives, j.l ,i ' I.'.; westerns, fll"i'
4 n."i; laintis, l.uo;!;.;.,
Uil.-.KU Oram Mark
ago. July II. wheat -
i, ' t 'a ' i ,
:i .Inly. :l ',:tl ,, ; Sept., :pji
July, 2J'- ; hept , I:1 ; a p.i',.
Now York. ,luly It Money on cull
nominally, r,l'. per cent I'nnu.
mercantile iaper, A ' ( per cent.
July it Copper, lii'jc.
A number of pruiiiiiietit railnm I olli -iaM
arrived from Hie wt lat night and wil
remain hereiinlil to -morrow evening. Tin
party consisted of lieiieral Superintend
elit A. Wells, Invl-loii Mipenntendelit
I. L. HiLbard, I n 1 -mn Sun Titit- icteiit
Hciiair, Muster Mecl.aoii Vv . S. Hancock
I and Traiuniiister Ki.-hai I Allen.
Tlie hue bowling alley at Ihellruii
wick will be opened to-night, and the oc
casioli will be made a notable ene. If
you want some high tlr-l class sport dn
not fail to visit The Krniswick this
w e have Just r ied a full line of
J .".ii and .."'! ladies' line Oxford and
high shoes, hive us a cull. A. , simpler
i Kd. I. Medler, the attorney, returned
from the kin Ivco country last night.
Mrs. A. Simpler Is Hlightly under the
No Money or War Material to
Keep Up the Contest.
American Squadron for Invasion of
Spain to Be Increased.
Italy flaking a Demand on tbe South
Am. rh.ao Republic of LolnntNi.
TkAIH tOBBFIT III NEVADA.
New York, July It A rllptch to the
".ii'ld from Vadrnl eats: it the war
party in Spain per-ist, dt-q ite the ad
vice of the pope and the powers, the gov
ernment will make known mam hnw
sea 11 1 are the provision end aiiimutiltlon
sioong the Spanish force In Cuba and
l orto l.lco on contes-ion of the govern
or tln m-elvPH. Moreover, Il will tuih
lih a bi iit.clal statement showing that
'II of S, : li e source of supply have
la-en 1ira1n.1l and that all advance made
by the b.ti.k ol .pain are exhausted and
tli.tt Hi only rcotiree now I to stop the
payment of interest on the debt and
sinking fund end Issue bond at six and
seven per cent, liferent, wllh the double
gnarantieof the Spanish treasury and
me iihiir ni npain.
In court and olllclal Quarter It I he
Itcvi'd that If etich extreme ara-nmentH
are resorted to that the army w ill at least
see that the game Ih up, and will aeaetit
to peace. But lien. Blanco cannot under
take to nectire the eubtnl-sion of the
Spanish volunteer or Irregular In Cuba
nor disarm them. Theylntlmated to him
when consulted that If the Spanish gov
ernment made peace they would light on
ITALIAN III-. VI A Ml.
Claim nf Italy Again.! tit HMiblle nl
t tiliintltla, rtouth Anterti-a.
Koine, July 14 It Ih annoiiu I here
today 111 a dispatch from Carracaa,
V enezuela, that Admiral Catnlianl, com
niauder nf the Italian Miuadr.'ii at Lu
lilliiyra. who has been ordered to I artl.p
geiia. Colombia, to uphold the claim ot
Italy, Hliuply low been Instructed to
formally demand the complete and
speedy execution of the decision In the
I'errtitl case pronounced by President
Cleveland In xs". It I regarded Im
Tollable that the Italian commander will
leze the custom house at Carthagena.
though he might take ench action ir he
meet with persistent refusal to abide hy
the decision of President Cleveland.
MI AKI rH'. I'l.AN AI'I'KtlVKO
Fit Hiirrantlitr Itnea Mitt Inrlnil HpanUlt
Troo. at lloliiln anil Mantanilln,
VtaMliliigtun, July II. The wardeimrt
ment has notilled (Ieueral Shafter that
his plan are approvel ho far its they are
known, and ure the result of orders, lu
eluding the ehlpmeiit of Spanish troope
lohpalu. 1 lie Htateiueiit ttiat the bpan
ish proitosltloii emlirace all eastern Cu
ba, from Acerraleroe to Sagua, I Im
poilant. In that It shown the Hiirrender to
embrace all the harbor and contiguous
territory to Santiago, it ilm s not In
elude tlolguiu ami Manxiinilln, where the
ipanlardH are nqmrted to have consldera
hie boilles of soldiers, an these places are
to the west of the surrendered tone.
TIIOSK TOMI'KIMl MINKS.
4a.iii.in Want th Ntattl.h In
Off Bantlngo, July IJ. via Kingston.
July II Mic bombardment of the city
of Santiago by Admiral Sampson's llsot.
Which had Leeil Intended to begin H11H
morning waa again postponed on ac
count of a message from Shafter itn-
nouiiclng another truce. Ihe Mitsea
chusett and the Oregon had come up
from tiiianlatiamo liay for tlie purpose of
participating. They will now remain
here until required.
Postponement of the naval assault wi!l
lelav the Hailing of Wats.m's Himadn n
for the coast of Spain temporarily.
Sampson formally untitled Shatter that
he must not sign any acceptance of sur
render without tlrsl con-ultlng lilm
Hitinpson I anxioti that the sui render
shall Include the thorough removal of
the mines in the harlmr and the evaciia
Hon of all the porta which liHve II red on
his ships. Mhips are lying off Aguadore
waiting to shoot over thn hill Into the
itv. It I hoped by naval ollicei that
Shafter will soon either take the city
or I successful In his demand for Hiir
1 KAIM Mllllltt llV,
rn Men llobl l i ami ICnl. a Faasrnger
1 rain In Nevaila.
lteiio, Nev , July 14 - Passenger train
So I, east IhiiiiiiI. waa held up luid night
me iiiUh east ot lliiintKil.lt. A negro an. I
A white man covered the engineer with
guns, slot j.. . I the train, and going back
to the express cur, I. lew It up with dy
namite, almost destroying the m press
SHOFS 1 HAT MAKE
Host 1 TjO Ok
1'ohI':, tor 1; i' lies,
in the city, in
Blue k or Tan.
All leather ami
GEO. 0. CAINSLEY
nan. hhikk. i.ikj
('irnr 'id St. ami ioM A.
C HIEF WATCH INSPECTOR SANTA FR PACIFIC R.
Railroad Watches Sold on easy Monthly Payments.
21 lewelei Elumi
21 JcwrlfJ all ha 011
21 and 2i leweled ILtmpdena
17 1,-M. ilt d I l.uniltont
17 lewelrd Klmi
17 Jfwel(d Walthaoit.
r-ioe Gold, Gold FilUd, Silver
and Nukle caiMTi.
M.. 11 lllul.u si II. .11.. .1 .....I
IIIKO Wli.vin ' OO.IIOII
packare C ivering M,-.senger Uecge
Hiigl es, they blew- iqn n the eafe and I
r'.lle.! it 0' It c. nt. tils, which WAH but A !
trill, and d. can tie I The tra'n wi nt on
to Vt'inneniiiccH. wliere the damaged car
WH et out and the expres m itter trail
ferred to a hm ft, not then proceeded
eat. It I riuiiiired that thn negro ha
t een atrasted strong posse from in
neni'imi I In imrstiit.
Am-tl, tu roll I'rebllillril.
Bern,', Swilei land. July 1 1 - Bnnd-
rath or federal cotincl ha prohibited I
the Init'ortatioti nf fresh and utilaodetl
ilrlnl American fruit with the view of I
keeping out the S in Jose scale.
rrr.liln.tlal rn.ttoit Ittns.
Washington, July 1 4. I he president
to day made the following appointments:
lltniiltoti Hlovi r Kvtatt, I nltnt States
di drift j'idge of the wtwtern district of
Not Ih Carolina: Kdwafd Ii. Mek. I oited
Mate judge of the northern district of
I'exa Col. Peter C. Ilaitie. porp en
g'-ieer. P. S. A , nie'tiber of the Nlcntau
u i i 11 canal ci mmls-ioii. Jacob Kent.
m 1 ' prein ral of voliiiitcere; Samuel B
M Yoiinjr, ieaji r general id volunteer.,
th .try Cai mil, Lriga.ti. r g mem! of vol
t lilnr.. It. I. rill,, n.
Pong Kong July II -Ihe defeat ol
the Imperial triw'pt n"ir VNimi Chow Is
coni'rmed Th ni-an l of bo He have
been r covere I f ton the nv. r and burled
The loese of the linni ii tl force I proba
bly more than l.'.ti killetl, the number
THoor ton ito.Mii.t i.r.
Ariaiicliin lor tit Annexation felt l.ratlnn
nl tit I. lamia
San Kianclscii, July 1 1 The transport
tcamt ( Hy of I'uebhi and Peru will
receive tin ir ceintdi nn lit i f trco:1 to
day, anil to morrow, unlixi contrary or-
ler are receiveii ireiii vt n-hlngton, the
two steamers will sail f. r Honolulu and
arrive there In time to participate l' the
Ceremnny of litinXatioli. M:l) ir (ieueral
Otis, commanding the fourth tleet ot
traii'p rt. will in ike Hie Piieh'a lin Hag
ship. Brigadier lieiieral llairlson Ii.
OiIh will also sail 011 this vessel.
Altai 111 I IK HKMilVKI) f KIIM It'll A
l.anil Troop. Will I ,.n,, ,.. tlie Klirill
thtn AijHllt! I .it to liltti,
Hashlogtiu, July II. A I: igh the
repi.rled appeaianc of a lew case of
yellow fever among our liin.pi lu fro, a
of Santinko prcseiii a pi rplt-xiiig pro
bli tn to 'he pfcsl b nt h'i I hi advisors,
t I aim st 1 1 rtiiin to r. suit In the v. m
ooiary rmii Val practicmly of all our
land fiirt' Irmn t'uiia a promptly as
poN'Iblt ni'tir tlm lliial surrender ol
I oral atitiv I elT. cl.d.
Ihe qu.Hiion of withholding for the
present t'. expedition now being tilted
out against Porto Itico ha been under
erlous cons! leratioti, but tin to thl time
110 positive conclusion It Ih thought has
eeii reached. Investigation with re
ipect to climatic condition of Han Juan
as, however, convinced the, olliclal that
llcrewill be practically no danger to
troop there from yellow fever. None of
the troope now In front of Santiago, It I
uiid'THtis d, will lake part In theeaex-
tieoiuon.,, l-ti tney will be brought north
t . reuioio ni 1. 1 ii t. her.
New York, July 14 - A Hpeehtl to the
Herald from Washington say: Bellev
trig that the i flcct of the ajipearauce of
the American Hiiiadrou on tlie Spanish
coat will he in direct proportion to the
strength of the II et. Secretary Long ami
the naval b mrd have decided to strength
en Couiuuslore Watson's command by
additional armor cla. Is and probably three
or four protected ami unprotected
ll-.r a, 01 l,4!.
wYn'k. July IX- KIIv.tr, r.ys, Lead,
JUST A MOMENT, PLEASE,
This is a package
af fcuZhiifs Ucst tea.
You can buy it (and pet
your money luck if you
don't like it) at
The Jaffa Grocery Co.
Ilfl SOI I If M.CONO si 11.1. r.
W have -ititir- Ii't Ii iMi ami ( i rrit i. fur
li't 1 1 Mf Hi . lie v tint 1, ni t' Ii
For u- ate tin- only kind wi
ll, 1 .JI, and w illi each pair ol .,,.,. sold we have a new friend.
'I he iia-.in l..r this i- 1,1,, 11, llli: ;K h HoK.i, md
1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 -lvli-.lt in npp.-ai ancc I.11I g I cb .11 1 hi-tiig h. 'I he
material 11-e I in lle-n make up i- the Le-l ui;iuul.ictun'i. be it
Kid, Kangar.si 01 t all, and tin-w.ii kin.iii -hip 1- g,..s too. So
iinetili places or lumps to toituie ten. hi I..I No (..Itllle
aholll plil't's t llhi'T.
liubl Mi'iVs $J OO wholo stock Cull
Shoo in the city. Tun op Lil.ick.
Kellsl.le Sl.oe llenler.
122 S. SconH St.
Hrii. air iia
We have just received an elegant line of
18k Wedding Rings in Tiffany, Oval
and Plat shapes
Fine Watch work, Stone Mounting and ar
tistic engraving promptly done.
kl.lt.l 11 I I
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ever held in this terri
tory Watch us!
THERE WILL HE A HOT TIME IN NEW TOWN.
i J:i il'.i'.i iniliil' i'l !
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All staple Patent Medicines
ALtJUQULRQUI;, NI'VV MUXICO,
Carry the largest and most complete line of Drugs, Patent
Medicines, and General Store Supplies in the South-west.
Send for our new and complete catalogue, just issued.
Heavy Drugs and Chemicals
at eastern prices.
Age nla for
All Pattcrni 10 and 1 5c
A Tale of Low Prices.
No intrtMliution or pilaiiation ii.'i'ps.inry, evc pt thtt it I.s jMtinj late in the whhoh
mikI w iu.iNt iiiiIomiI tSuiuiut'j' (iotnls. lU'w tvt rivi' yon uniiiatfliahle jirict'S.
Lot 1 Intitules all .Shirt
sold up to 60c; Speiial Sale
mA - Takes in all Shirt
up to 90c ; Special Sale
j w Lot .'Includes all Shirt Waists f7ft-
I (j that sold up to $1.35; Special price.. v
!, Lot I Takes in all Shirt Waists that sold
i up to $1.90; Special Sale price (tl-f Cf
1 only Cpl,UJ
Lot ." Takes in all our
Waists that sold up to ttooj (h'i
I Snecial Sale nrice onlv
0 g r g
, r gt , , .
elTeeted of our fire loss
and we are
prepari ng our stock for
the largest FIRE SALE
' ' ! " ! t .t .t
;;e .; :; ;if ;,t v,f K V
n t 4jr
WLsIesale, Retail and Mannfactaring
20 1 Hiilroiil Aveniif, A 1 liiiiiicri m,
All thi .tcnsi.ti's
prtnlufti ms ! No
oM si t k fhovt'd
on the til ill.- as
New (jooiIm. All
our Wnisls tli
viil (I into fnc (5)
a.s follows :
prtie C) CT
Waists that sold
finest and best
Cp 1 ,0J
t. . g ... ... ty
. . f ..k
t t . ,
; v.t W i ; at Y, Y, lj v,t v,i i$ ',; vk
Pure Wine and Liquors for
medicinal and family use.
Gtrnrral Slor Suppli, Emurncn. Tine
turn, OiU, &c.i our own bottling. Quality
guaranteed. Prices low.
Day as Received..
39 pitcts Duck and Fancy Colored Satins,
worth 12 'ji, tm s .le at 7c
One lot 32-inch Light Shade Percale,
worth ioc, on sale at 7c
Lot No. 1 Includes all Summer Wash Ma
terial, that sold up to I2;C, only 8c
Lot No. 2 Takes in all Summer Wash
Material, that sold up to iT,c, only Uc
Lot No. 3 Takes in all Summer Wash
Material, that sold up to 20c, only lOc
Lot No. 4 Takes in all Organdies and
Swisi Lawns and Mulls, that sold up to 35c,
Lot No. S Takes in all Imported Organ
dies and Imported Swiss Lawns, that sold up
to 40c, only 25o
Wash Ci (tod's,
Critsli, Table l.hu'in, it . The accumu
lation of our Itig June Selling at Tremendous
"! Summer Corset to OQj
balance oil hand only.,, ,) v