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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 20, 1898.
AT SANTIAGO !
Spanish and American Soldiers Fra
ternize and in a Cheerful Way.
BLANCO IS ACTINQ SHABBY WITH TORAL.
Santiago, July 19. 0 p. m , via Kings
ton, July 20. Hundred of American and
flpanlxh Holdlera, who but few day ago
were ehootlng at each other, crowd the
streets of Santiago to-day, meeting and
lulling on moot friendly term. A gen
eral feeling of good-fellowship In erlnced
everywhere, the victors and vanqulehed
apparently being equally rejoiced that
etrife and bloodHhed are over and the
horrors of the siege ended. Great
barges loaded with provlNlons and
supplies hare been going to the wharves
all day from the Ked Cross sttauier
State of Texas and the I'nlted State
army supply ships and there Is evidence
that privation is rapidly dlrappearlng. j
The Americans are baying swords,
medals aud buttons from their late foes
and all talk cheerily whenever an Inter
preter can be obtained. About s.Ouo
Hpanlnh troops still remain in the city,
but the majority will b removed as soon
as a camping ground beyond the rlnVplts
can be arranged.
The harbor is crowded with transports
but as announced at Oeu. McKibben's
headquarters, no orders for embarking
troops have been received and It Is not
believed that any of them will be Imme
diately taken away. Officers say there Is
not a case of yellow fever In Santiago,
and but few case of smallpox.
Shatter has placed a censor In charge
of the eable tfllce and only govrrnmnnt
illMpatcbes are allowed to be seut to day.
It Is said, however, that press and com
mercial dlepatches will soon be received,
subject to the ceusor's blue pencil.
Spanleb merchants say that they ex
pect business to revive at once, aud hope
for large Investments of American capital
within the next year. There seems to be
no nice hatred, the bitterness being VI
directed BKntiiHt the Madrid government,
which is charged with the gro. mis
management of Cuba wild liuugliug dur
ing the conduct of the pren-ut war.
ilonpltal heailiiuartere are still located
at Jursgua. Two death from yellow
fever were reported there, but the names
of the victims have not been made public.
I'hj si ritttia say there are but few new
cams of yellow fever appearing and that
the epidemic is under cent ml.
General Miles Is at Grmtitiiiianioou the
Yale and is said to be arranging details
fi r the Porto Kicau rxpedUiou. It In
reported here that a large army will sail
from the L'uited States this week, and
Gen. Milex, with the majority of Gen.
Henry's troop., not yet debarked, will go
direct to the vicinity of dan Juau within
a short time.
Moet of the ships of Hear Aduiirul
Sampson's fleet arealxo lying at Guanta
nauio bay. The New York and Brooklyn'
spent the dav almost under the shadow
of Morro Cattle, lying as close In shore as
Commodore Schley, with a party of cfll
cers, vinlted the city this morning, com
ing tip the bay iu a steam launch. The
commodore called on Geu. McKibbeo and
strolled about the streets, making several
purchases aud apparently greatly enjoy
ing ehore leave, lie was received with
great respect by the 8paiilHh officers who
learned his name.
Lieut. Miley, of Charter's staff, left
here this morning with a troop of
cavalry, mounted, uuder Captain Kreet,
to make the round of the entire military
district of Santiago aud for the purpose
of receiving the formal surrender of the
Spanleh forces. He goes II rut to San
Luis, where there are about 4, too of the
enemy's troops. A total of 80,000 Span
lards are expected to yield their arms to
this one troop of cavalry. After reaching
rtttraeoa. Mlley will be compelled to ride
strlxht across the conntry to the count,
accoiupauled by a Cuban guide. He will
uroceed under a white tlnu for protection,
but tien. Toral has seut members of his
staff to notify the Hpaulardit of the terms
The wound of Gen. Linares is much
more serious than was reported. His
left arm has been amptitated, aud to
night be is in a serious condition.
Hint In furto Klco.
New York, July 20. A special from
St. Thomas, V. W. I., to the Journal re
The tuccttt of our Special
lo oner another. We have
Mike led Movements, abmlutely accurate timekeepers.
We have lilted theae In Warranted Gold filled r M O OO
Cat, and oiler them complete for f"
Only a doeen of them cm hand. J. W. ---
WW. .Iter LAUIKS' WATCMliS al NHUUCliU fklCKS lor a I i:W UAYS.-
Leading Iwlf, RAILROAD AVENUE, Albuquerque. N. M.
t.rriiiiii ill niiiiiiiniiiiiiririiiiniiiiiiif iiuiiiii iiiinmrn
ports that a serious riot occurred at Usy
aguei, Porto Klco, Sunday, resulting In
the killing of nine persons and the
wounding of many others. The Spanish
residents attacked the natives, whom
they accused of Intending to aid the In
vading army from the I nlted States.
Oon. Garala KoporUd KM ltd.
New York, July 20. A Klugston, Ja
maica, cable to the Kvening Post says
that Cubans arriving from Slhoney report
Gen. Garcia dead. They make a mystery
of It, saying that It should not be known
In Cuba yet or In the l'uited States, and
give no particulars except that he was
shot. Spanish refugees officially con
nected with Gen. Hiaoco believe the
Kaaaora of P.mw Propoaala.
Paris, July 20. The Temps this after
noon says that dispatches received late
this afternoon lead us to believe that
semi official communications have been
exchanged between Spain and the United
States, with a view of sounding the
L'uited States on termi of peace.
Burlington, Vt, July 20. The demo
cratic state convention to-day nominated
Thomas W. Maloney for governor.
MO SIGN OF flCACK.
Npala Naart. la ba Whipped So Thai
KT.rybody Will hiuf ll.
Londou, July HO. Neither the officials
of the Spanish embassy, those of the
British foreign office, nor the I'nlted
States ambassador, Col. John Hay, have
any news tending to confirm the report
circulated In the l'uited States that the
Spauisli cabinet has decided to sue for
peace. On the other baud the dispatches
received from Mini rid late this afternoon
make no mention of such determination
upon the part of the Spanish ministry.
The decline of Spanish fours iu Paris
aud London is another reason for dis
crediting the report. A special dis
patch from Madrid says: "The powers
Including Great Brltian are exchanging
notes concerning their attitude iu case
Commodore Watson comes, .and the
progress made thus far is satisfactory to
Spain In Turmoil.
Madrid, July 20. Newspapers here sav
that a coalition la being organized be
tween the different parties and against
the government, on account of the sus
pension of the constitution. The peace
movement Is losing ground. A newspa
per ventures the supposition that the
British squadron would prevent the
American squadron passing the Straits.
but the suggestion Is regarded as Im
probable. louoc LaillM Drowned,
1'ayson, I'tah, July 20. Four young
ladies while swimming In L'tau Lake
yesterday afternoon were drowned.
While fluting on a plank one tell off aud
the others went to her rescue. All were
drowned. Three of the girls, Lucy,
Kmrjia and Susie Keel, were daughters of
John Keel, of this place. The fourth was
Bteena Bauer, daughter of Kberhardt
Baur, of Homansvllle.
l..ltr Ntcurai n Loan.
Milwaukee, Wis , July 20. The Dally
News today says: Milwaukee capital
will clean up young Joe Letter's wheat
deal losses. Levi Z. Letter has practi
cally closed a contract with the North
western Mutual Life Insurance company
for a loau of 3,ou,0n0 ou his real estate
at 4 per cent.
To II. Court-Marllal.il.
Madrid, July 20. Captain General
Blanco has cabled the Spanish govern
ment that Santiago was surrendered
without his knowledge. General Toral
will be tried bj court-martial.
O.ruiauy Saltl lo b. Frlantlly.
Washington, July . Kurther In
quiries by the Associated Press to day In
official quarters as to alleged complica
tions between the I'nlted States and
Germany In the Philippines failed to
elicit anything which might serve as a
Bargain. In '.Watche. tut wuk induces
iutt received a tupply ol Full Jeweled
foundation for reports of such complica
tions. On the contrary It Is learned
that there has been recent commnnlra
tions between the two governments of a
decidedly friendly nature, and that at
no time since the war began has there
been greater reason than now exists tor
confidence In Germany's neutrality.
SICK AND Wilt MDKD.
vrl P.v.r Can. Arrl. at N.w York
New Yoik, July 20.-The l ulled States
transport Seneca arrived at quarantine
to-day and was detained by the health
officer for disinfection. Six soldiers will
he removed to Satlnburne island for
treatment. Dr. Djty says, while these
cases are not well marked, and not by
any means yellow fever, be will not lake
any chances. Most of the severely
wounded soldiers will be sent to Kellvue
hospital for treatment and others to llofT
man Island for observation.
The Senaca left Slboney, Cuba, July 14
with ninety-six sick and wounded soldiers
and forty eight passengers. The ship was
not in any way fitted up for a hospital ship.
The steamer between decks was Qlthy and
not flt for human beings to occupy. The
Ice gave out, and the fresh water became
vile and unfit for use, and little was ob
tained by condensation. Washing of
wounds was done In many caws with
salt water. The food was scarce. The
passengers say that if yellow fevsr had
appeared on ilia voyage the mortality
would nave been reanui.
Troop, for Porto Klco.
Chlckamauga, July 20, The movement
of troops from Camp Thomas for Porto
Klco will begin to-morrow, ihe com
mands which go are the Kourth Penn
sylvania, Kounh Ohio and Third Illinois,
nuder the command of Brigadier General
Haines; light batteries n, 1'ennsylvanla;
A. Illinois, and the Twenty-seventh In
diana, the signal corps under Major
lilassford, the reserve hospital corps and
tlie reserve ambulance corps.
liondon. July 20. Admiral Thomas
Teakeinasste, known as the father of the
British navy, Is dead. He was ninety-
two years old.
A LIVKLV MCKIMMAGK.
Th. H.ud.non-W.rn.r Caaa Comm.nvod
With a right.
At 2:20 o'clock this afternoon, just as
Justice Kibble was about to call the
Henderson-Werner assault case, a
mighty rumbling sound came from the
stairway of the w lilting building to the
olnce or the justice. An luvetttlgallou
revealed the fact that the meu opposing
each other, with their sympathizers,
were engaged In a baud -to hand tight.
and spots of gore were scattered
here and there on the stairs
and on the hard cement side
walk on the street, showing that some
one's mighty arm bad lauded several
gooil nils. Joe Hadaracco was present,
as the asnault case is the result of a
quarrel over his little daughter, and
when he saw his father In-law, Solomon
t'araliajal, standing on the stairs, struck
the old gentleman a severe blow In th
face, and Carabajal's head shot through
the glass In the swinging door,
cutting a gash over his left eye.
The lick seemed to momentarily
stop proceedings, when the women in the
case became hostile and started In to
make more warfare. At this juncture
Attorney W llkerson, whose office is at the
head of the stairs, objected to the build
ing being made a slaughter houte and
called a halt, keeping the women back.
.Marshal McMillan then put in an appear
ance and the combatauls were quieted.
At the hour of 3 o'clock the trial was iu
In the case of the application of Mrs.
Carollua Kerr de t'araliajal for the pos
session of Catallna Badaracco, the little
daughter of Joe Badaracco, the petition
was dismissed by Probate Judge liubbel!
this morning. According to the decision
of the court. the child is left in the care aud
custody of the bisters of Ureito at Santa
Ke, and the expense of Its keeplug Is to
be paid by the father of this city. Mr.
Hadaracco Is happy over the decision of
the court, which, to those familiar with
the facts. Is a Just one.
Dr. T. M. Pruden, a prominent physi
cian of New York, and his guests, Alfred
and t layton neatlierlll, rode Into the
city this morning, two mules being well
packed with tents aud camping supplies.
The doctor aud his friends left Marcos,
Colo., several weeks ago, and are out for
pleasure. They will rest up here this
evening, and will leave to-morrow mom
lug for the Cochill mining district.
Manuel Baca has been appointed post
master at Pena Blanco on the recom
mendation of Governor (Hero, vice A. K.
A in I jo, resigned. This olllce has been
made a money order office, aud it is said
the volume of busluees thus taken from
the express company at Thornton will
cause the latter to go out of the money
Ijtst Suuday, Dr. G. A. Wall made a
trip to the I diversity and removed the
left eye of M. Custers, the librarian of
the building. The sight of the eye had
been destroyed by glaucoma of the eye,
and lu order to prevent the other eye
from injury in sympathy therewith, it
was thought advisable to remove It.
Mrs. C. K. Hutchinson, wife of an
express messenger on the Hants Ke
I'aciUc between this city anil Los Ange
les, came lu from Colorado Springs,
Colo., where she has been visiting fur
some time, last flight. Mr. Hutchinson
is also lu the city, both being registered
at the Grand Central.
The lailles of St. John's Guild and all
other friends of the church are requested
to meet at the sacristy ou Friday morn
ing at 1 o'clock. Au Important com
munication will be made at this meeting.
Mrs. Frank McKee, president St. John's
II. Morelll. of the tailoring firm of Mo
relll Bros, ou First street, is out to day
presenting Havana cigars to his friends.
Cause: His wife presented him with a
line baby girl last night, and the proud
father Is a happy Individual.
W. K. Martin, the Spanish editor or
Socorro, and Hubert Monroe, the hotel
Xeeper, who were here yesterday enjoy
Ink metropolitan life, returned to So
corro this morning.
I'll lertak-r Montfort sent a line casket
to l.aguna last night for the remains of
Pablo Pino y Torres, whose death oc
curred there at fl o'clock last evening.
Mrs. 11. J, Render and her mother,
Mrs. C. K. Clarke, came lu from V luslow
last night and have rooms at the Hotel
Itemember the lawn party to be held
at the pretty residence of John A.
Lee ou west Copper avenue on Thursday
For Kent, Sale or Kxchange For out
sld property, my residence at 612 south
Broadway. A. D. Joluisou.
Mrs W. B. Chllders and children will
leave this evening for Kedoiidu, CB.
New bicycles at Futrelle's only $2.1.
Ronsiog Reunion of Veterans in
Gray at Atlanta.
Manila May Surrender to Prevent
Bombardment of the Cliy.
Troops Now on tne Way for the Invasion
of Porto Rico.
lasco PirmviD or cam ractnTiii
Atlanta. Ga, July 90. The morning
train brought thousand of people Into
Atlanta to attend the opening exerclees
or the le-nulon of Confederate veterans
Twenty-three tlioiimiitl veterans and
friends reached the city up to midnight
The interest of the day centered In the
convention al I'lmlmont l'.ir. Among
thne on the stand were General t hrle
K. Hooker, of MiKslssippI, orator ol the
lay; Governor Atkinson, of Georgia, and
tellers! IHckerson, commandsr of the
Florida Division. Generals. D. Lee Is
linked upon by some as a candidate for
commauder in chief. Before the gather
ing was called to order, three cheorswere
given for the "Gallaul Sou of Alabama,"
Lieut. Hobsnn. followed a moment later
by three more for the famous cavalry otll
cer now at the front, General Joe. Vi heel
er. General John B Gordon, commander-
in-chief, was given a tremendous ovallou.
The audience could not be stilled for five
minutes. General Clement A. Kvans,
commander of the Georgia division,
called the convention to order.
IMIRtO KIC'O aXPMMTION.
O.n. Mil. ltafMl In Outline Biartwl on
Washington, July 20. Gen. Miles has
been again delayed In sailing from Slbo
ney tor rorto Klco. i he delay Is charged
to the failure of the navy to provide the
required convoys. The war riepartinnt
was lu cable communication with Gen.
Miles to-day. He expects the Yale to sail
before night. Meanwhile reports from
Tampa show that so much of the expedi
tion to Porto Kico as was to he drawn
from the camp there has already started,
though It may b a day or two before the
ships leave Key West.
The war department to-nay was doing
its best to hurry forward the Immune
regiments that Shatter has so urgetith
requested, and It is hoped that they will
be gotten off within twenty-four hours.
MANILA WILL SIHHBNDKK.
H.opl. Want to I'avllolala Hotara th.
Vlty I. ItombanlMl,
Vancouver, B. C July 20. According
to advices brought by the Kuipress of lu
dla from lloug Kong, th chief news ol
moment Is that Manila Is ready to sur
render. Not that the archbishop and
captain-general are going voluntarily to
capitulate before being compelled to do
so, but the backbone of resistance Is un-
iiueetlonably broken, and upon a real
show of force and Intention to bombard
the town. If the otllclals do not give In
the Hpanlards will haul down the Span
ish flag. Intimations to this effect are
received from many sources.
A Prominent Man llaail.
Special to III. Cltilen.
l.aguna, N. M., July 80. Pablo lino v
Torres, a promlneut Mexican irentleman
of Laguna, die. I at l) o'clock last night,
anil will Is) burled at t uhero ou Thurs
lay morning. All relatives and friends
are invited to attend the funeral.
KfcriSKg TO HUHKKNIIICH.
Una of th. Hpanl.h Coinmanaar Want.
to Uo lo an Karly urare.
Madrid, July 20 Geu. Perrejs, Spanish
commander at Guantanamo, refuses to
be Included In the capitulation of Santi
ago de Cuba. According to Spanish mil
itary law a commander can surreuder
the troops he personally commands, but
cannot oblige other commanders at dis
taut points, even though uuder his au
thority, to follow suit. Ceristqueutly. il
is held here that the capitulatiun only
comprises about 7,ooo troops actually at
Illanro llottl.cl I p,
Madrid, July 20. The minister of war.
general Correa, categorically denies that
Captain Generul Blanco has resigned.
lie adds that there Is absolutely no news
from Cuba, "As the American control
the wires and refuse to transmit orhcial
A l.Mrv.il Promotion
Washington. July 20. Mailed Bor-
rowe, sergeant of the First l ulled State
cavalry, who had charge of the Hough
Itlders' dynamite gun ilea' Santiago, was
to dity promoted to be captain aud aaslst-
ii I adjutant general.
Ntorui In Now lurk CUT.
New York, July -0. New Jersey and
part of New York were swept last ulght
SHOES THAT MAKE f RIENDS
For us are the only kind we
do sell, and with each pair of shoes sold we have a new friend.
The reason for this is plain I II KV AUK GimiD SIluKS, not
merely stvli.-h iu appeal unci- but gsl cb ar through. The
material used iu their makeup is the be-d manufactured, be it
Kid, Kangaroo or Calf, and the workmanship is good t.si. No
uneven places or lumps to torture tender feet. No torture
atsiut prices either.
Shoe in the
Best $1.00 Ox
fords, for ladies,
in the city, in
Black or Tan.
All leather and
CEO. C. CAIIISLEY
MAIL. OatltKMN .IK
Corner St. and Gold Ave.
CHIEF WATCH INSPECTOR 8ANTA FE PACIFIC R. R.
Railroad Watche Sold on easy Monthly Payments.
21 Jewekd Elgin.
21 jeweled Wilttunu
21 and 2 J leweled Hampden.
17 Jeweled Hamilton.
17 Jeweled Elgin.
17 jeweled 'iltham.
Fine Gold, Gold Filled, Silver
Mall Order Moll Html nnl
by a storm which canwd great destruc
tion to life and property. Four ni"n
were struck by lightning and tns'sntly
kiiled, a:nl II v others were ha lly InJ irrd
while seeking shelter from the storm tin
der a tree near liisuiton, N. J.
Term, lo Sp.ln.
Now York. July 20. A London ills
patch to the Journal say: Sir Henry
liruinmond Wolff, British ambassador at
Madrid, has been fully Informed of the
terms up in w.i.cn the t utted Htat
government 1 ready to make peace.
Arrlt.tY AT WINUATK.
tin. Man KIIIm1 antl Several Sevrr.ly
Wotioflfttt la tHa M.I
Special til Cititen.
Wliigate, N. M , July 30.-teflgo Flore
was auiei aim lrviiio Harela was sell
ou'ly wounded at Ineate station last
night. Biith men were employed on the
work train nere. mere were several
mor i that were wonnibd but cannot be
found It wa4 piv day and several rob
berlee are reported lu addition to the
bove casualties. One man is reported
shot, but ran into the caii)oii back of the
station and canool be located. Things
are quiet at present. Th coronet's
Jury from Gallup, N . M.,1 expected soon
line Mexican iiudtrlook lo slab Andrew
Johnwn, the time keeper, and the fore
man foiled him as he was In the act and
nearly killed the Mexican.
I Tha rirentid
The ire nompanles of tli Albuquerque
volunteer department met at their vari
ous headquarters lu regular monthly
meeting last night, aud transacted rou
tine bu-ttness. At the No. 'i hose compa
ny, Frsuk Lott was "dishonorably ills
missfd' as secretary, and w.C. Montfort
was elected to till the vacancy. After
business hours, the No. 'I boys, assisted
by niemhers of the other companies,
christened their new quarters on west
Gold avenue, and a royal time was had,
there being plenty of refreshments, both
dry and wet, for all present. A unique
bet was made between Chief Knppe aud
Lw Kuhus, and th latter Is reported to
have won. th chief having to pay liber
ally for falling short In solving the proh
lent. W. C. Uoi.tfort bad taken views of
the hoe carts as they were decorated on
July rl, and to each company of the de
partment he presented a set of photo
Jeme. tint Spring-.,
Special Corre.puntletu e.
Jemex Hot Springs. July 27.-lu add!
tion to tl.s list seut a few days ago, the
following have since arrived at the re
sirt: A. K walker and eon. J. O. G deon
and wife, William Kuhy, Frank and Joe
icouie, Antonio iiarcla, into iSewlandor,
W. II. Hull. Mrs. Garcia aud Mrs. Vigil,
all of Albuquerque.
Kmll Blbo. of Bernalillo.
I.. Itetcb, of San Francisco.
Mrs. Kulmeuio Miera and servants, of
Captain Albert Keith, of Chihuahua.
Kev. Sam. Weisskopf, of Prague, Kng
Mr-.tud Mrs. Joseph Blbo, with their
ishlldren, are expected lo a few davs
There have been some remarkable
enren during the last few weeks. Suf
ferers from rheumatism left perfectly
well. Mr. L. Ketch, who has traveled all
through Kurope ou account of bis health,
tud who has . been at such places as
I'arlahad and Tepllli, Germany, etc , pro
nouuees this one of the best bathing
til, tees for rheumatism he ever stopped at.
The weather Is nice and cool, the ther
mometer registering about HO to hii de
grees Fahrenheit this week. Jkmk,.
There will be a regular communication
of Temple Lodge No. H, A. F. & A. M., al
Uasonio hall to morrow evening at H
o'clock, sharp, work In M. U. degree.
Visiting brethren invited. By order of
W. M. C. W. Ukdlkh, Sec.
Will Marrjr To-Mht,
This evening at U o'clock. Charles Hoe,
the southwestern agent of the Hlngsr
Seatug Machine company, will be united
In the holy bonds of wedlock, to Miss
Lena McGillivray, a relative of A. A.
Grant aud sister to Miss Margaret Mo
Glllivray. After the ceremony the happy
couple will take the No. 2 passenger
train ror nan Miguel county, spending
their houevmiMiu at the La Polvedre re
sort. In advance Thk I'iti.kn exteuds
Hon. T. B. Catron, of Hants Fe, parsed
down the road for Hoct rro last ulght, the
habeas corpus cuse of William McNew
coming up before Judge Leland lo-i'ay.
Mr. I'atron and v. b l hll.iers, the latter
of this city, will resist the application tor
halwas corpus, while II. M Dougherty, ol
Socorro, aud Judge II. L. Warren, of this
city, will represeut McNew. H. M. Ashen
fuller, of Deming, and Judge S B. New
comb, of Las ('nice., are also at Socorro
IntorestMl in the case. McNew Is one of
the parties accused of the murder of Col.
Fountain and his little son.
Chits. K. I. Illinois, the accomplished ed
Itor of the Laud of Sunhlue magaziue,
Los Angeles. Is lu the city. He recently
scaled the Kuchautid Mesa near Acoma.
aud the next utuutsr of his magazine
will contain a graphic description of the
lonely rock lu the desert.
$2. CO whole stock Call
city. Tan or Black.
Kell.hlr Shoe Drilrra,
122 S. Second St.
Wt have just received an elegant line of
ISk Wedding; Ring, in Tiffany, Oval
and Flat ihape.
Fine Watch work, Stone Mounting- and ar
tistic engraving promptly done.
!4:ttfMnMon Oiinnnir .!
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K Kt V, vjf y,i Hi v,t vtf m ! Vtt V,t :i
W-irTvi w v v ytt o v ywwYyv wwww v w yvvwvV time
hotter still today. We will
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Hosiery,
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Handkerchiefs,
Ladies' and Children's Silk Gloves and Mitts,
Ladies' Kid Gloves, Corsets and Uelts.
Please no' that w will only sell nueh gooris today an are advertised. This rule will not t deviated front.
In addition to the goods above advertised we will sell this evening GENTS FUR
NISHING GOODS for the benefit of those who cannot attend these sales during the day.
B. ILFELD&CO., Props.
i!t iti iti iti itt iti iti iti iti iti iti
Gold Band Ham.
Gold Band Braaitast Bacon.
Gold Band Chip Beef,
Gold Band Boiled Ham
Bo-ton Beauties Markerel.
Naw itock of Brlrk an1 American
We expect to-morrow Iniportel Swiss
If you want to put op fruits use our
Heine & Co. Pickling Vln'gar.
We have 10 varieties of atoca and Java
Coffee, from 20 cent to CO eenta per
Our stock of Orocrlm la complete ami
our prlcea the lowest.
The Jaffa Grocery Go.
lift ftUUTH SKCONI) STREET.
Chirac Oraln Markat.
Chicago. July ao.-Wheat-July,774;
t orn July, HSV ; Sept., S:t!.
OaU-July, 2;4;8ept., lV
atonar M arkai.
New York. July 20. Money on call
nominally l'wl1,' per cent. Prime,
mercantile paper, B '4 1 per cent.
IWar and Laaa.
VewIork.Julr 20. Silver. toK. Leail.
New fork. July ao. Copper, lOo.
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"J All Pattern. 10 and 1 5c
"J NONE HIGHER
X"l3.G JESost XLallitocl Store
GIVING UP THE PROFIT!
And even more for the sake of closing out our summer stock. The plain,
simple truth of the matter is that with our trade there can be no "last seasons" goods. That
fact forces them out this season, at some price, however small.
Our entire stock of this
reduced to actual cost to
We will not carry any of
Kedivided into 4 lots as follows:
Lot 1. Includes all (thirt waists which
sold up to 75c, giving up profit price, ti."o
Lot 2 Includes all shirt waists that sold
up to $1.25, giving up profit price, only
Lot 3. Takes ia all shirt waists that sold
up to $1.90, giving up profit price, only
Lot 4. Includes all our finest waists that
sold up to $2.50, giving up profits price,
To the ladies who can use 18 and 19 and
from 24 to 30 in size, here is an excep
tional bargain in the following Corsets:
Thompson, Glove Fitting, Imported I.
D, corset, C. 1. corsets and various other
makes of which sizes are broken. Take
your pick of any of these at only 75c
Children's straw hats see window display.
We must close theia out and have reduced
them fully 25 per cent, as we will not carry
any of them over.
Children's crash suits, in all ages, to close
them out, will sell them at only IMCfl a suit.
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THE LONG LOOKED FOR
put on sale today at FIRE SALE
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THG SULPHUR SPRINOS
WASON & TRIMBLE, Prop.
The bat equipped tri-rwkty four-hon nt In the Soulhwat. From Thorn
ton to th (imoui Sulphur Spring. In th Jcmct Mountain. Leave Thornton
Tucadaya, Thursday, and Saturday, at 8 a. m. arrive at Bland 12 noon) Icav
Bland at I p. m. and arriv at Sulphur, at S p. m. Stag return, from Sulphur,
on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Partk. leaving Albuquerque oa Satur
day can apend Sunday in th mountain.
Round Trip Ticket lor Sale by
W. L. TRIMBLE &
E. J. POST & CO.,
W Carry a Full Line of Buckeye Mower Repairs. Thomas All-Steel
Eajy Dump Hay Rakes. Milbura and Studebaker Vag-ons
Write for Prices. Mail orders given prompt Attention.
VISITORS STOP AT
THE GRAND CENTRAL,
N. T. Arniljo Ilulldlng.
4k. Ooxiti-jll jr Jjooattact IZotaL
IUilroad Avenue, Albuquerque,
close them out.
dozen left, take
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The Opening Day o! our Fire
Sale surpassed our most sanguine
expectations. It really was a hot
in new towo. She will be
PRICES as follows :
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CO., - Albuquerque1
FUled Same M
Day as ReceiyedM
ixx ttio City.
Lot 1. All our summer wash materials
that sold up to I2c a yard, goes in the
(iiving Up Profit Sale at 7c.
Lot 2. Takes in all our summer wash
material that sold up to 20c a yard, Giving
Up Profit Sale, only )c.
Lot 3. Includes all organdies and lawns
that sold up to 25c a yard, Giving up
Profit Sale, only l'4',c.
Lot 4. Takes in all of our finest im
ported orgindies,lawn, Swiss mulls that
sold up to 40c, Giving Up Profit price,
Stock divided into 4 lots.
Lot 1. Takes in all white goods that
sold up to 9c a yard, Giving Up Profit
price, only ic.
Lot s. Takes in all our fancy figured
white goods that sold up to 15c a yard,
Giving Up Profit price, .)!.
Lot 3. Includes all white goods that
sold up to 2i',c a yard, Giving Up Profit
price, only 1 5c.
Lot 4. Includes all our finest white goods
also colored dot Swiss and solid colored
organdies in all shades, Giving Up Profit
prii e, only -i()c.
Hoys' summer coats and vests, only about I
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