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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 21, 1890.
He Is Given Imperative Orders to
Go With Gen. Miles.
PORTO RICO TO BE ANNEXED TO UNITED STATES.
Washington, July 21. PnwidMit Me
Klnlcy ia thoroughly arouwxl or the
dflajr which occurred In ilartlrfg Gen.
MIIm and ths cipnlUloD nndtr bin com
mand for I'orto Rico. For neveral day
(ixn. II I Ira and troop bar boon aboard
tholr trannporU at Playa del Kto await
ing a naval convoy to b (nrnUhod by
Admiral Hampton. The troop have
boon Hwoltorliig In the crowdod ehlpe
nnder the broiling hoat of a tropical
win, while MIIom ha been challng
nudor what be believe to be lnoicanable
dolay. The prentdent finally borame
doeply concerned leet the I'orto lllran
oi1ltlon that had already ent led from
thin country n lion Id arrive at the rondel
Tone In alvanre of Mile and the navy.
Prexldont McKlnley today Iwmr-d ier
aonal order through the nocretary of the
navy that Hampeon ehonld proceed to
form Ktco with Oenerat Mile. The
president's order will brook no delay.
bampHOD niuet etart at once or the proi
dent hlnuwlt will know the reaeoa why.
wonld not be until after the Porto Rlcan
f i pod it Ion had got off. Secretary Long
added that there wa no fear that the
Watson eiperiitloa would bring about
any proteeU from or complication! with
any of the power.
Trying to Sava Ita RpanUh Ship.
Waelilngton, July 21. The follnwtog
report ha boon received from Admiral
Hampoon: I'rogren In wrecking the
Hurl Teresa I very natlHfactory. The
company think the ihlp will probably
ie rained ny Burma next. o informa
tion regarding the other hlp. The board
of otHcer are examining the Relna Mer-
cedoe today, hhe probalily also will be
rained. Lieut. Commander Plllxbtiry.
commanding the Voeuvlu ha been eu
perviHing the wrecking of theeo vemele
on the part of the navy.
llto pjnTri . ill Willi II tomiii.i in ny ,
pwroimj iii riiwi na-iirrani inuiam-?
of the condition In America.
MEW FROM SAnTIAOO.
Hhaflara Army la ba C.It.b a Trip Horn,
and a Hmi
Bantlago, July 20, via Klngnton, July
11. Gen. Hhafter baa opened a cable of
lire here and la In communication with
Washington regarding the dbtpoettlou of
the KKlh army eorpe. The condition of
the men, according to the phynlclan and
the commanding ollloera, 1 such that the
entire corps ehould return north at once.
Mile baa cabled that lie doe not want
and will not need a atngle man among
them, and he believe after their hard
campaign tbey should be given a rent of
two or three weeks.
Hhafter' meoeagea to the same effect
have been moot urgent. The doctor ay
the men ehould be sent Into camp In the
mountain of North Carolina or woetern
Maine for a month Washington olUcials
agree to this, and will do everything pos
sible, the cable dispatch say, to carry
the army away from here. The cavalry
division has been sent Into the moun
tains, at It own request, to see if It can
not get Into shape to Join Miles, and It
no fever devoloM the nieu may go to Una
Jntn de Porto Kino.
The colored troops a'o likely to renmlu
here to attend the sick and hold Hautl
ago. Hhafter ha called Washington
that It 1 Ituperiitively necessary that he
should have more Immune sent qtiii'klv.
Vi heeler I still III bin resists the plead
ing of hi friend to return to the Lulled
Troop. Krom t-harlaaton.
Charleston. July 21 The transports
Grand Ducl.fss and No. 3d with Ueuorals
W ilson and Krneet and the I hlrd Vt l
cousin regiment put off for Porto Rico
todav. The Sixteenth I'eniisylvaulaaud
two companies of theHlxth Illinois are
OKN. OAKl'lA 11 MAD.
The Cuban la.arg.at l-lr Will
ftmj la ahaftar' Hark Yard
New York, July 21. A Hautlago special
to the Journal say that Ueneral Garcia
has written a letter to Hhafter declaring
that be la dlsguetod with hi treatment
at the hands of the Americans and will
therefore withdraw bis force to the hills.
Among the things of which Uarcia com
plain is the failure of the American
commander to otUclally notify him of the
surrender of the Hpauish force under
General Toral and the retention of Span
ish civil authorities at bantlago Kor
these reasons (iarcta declare that be will
art independently a before Amerlcau
troop lauded In Cuba.
Washington. July 21. I'd to 2:80 p. m
no dispatch has been received at the war
department saying that Mile had started
for I'orto Rico, although It was believed
that be left early in the day.
OARMSTa AKK ACTIVE.
Adh.rt.tf of tlta fliiaal.a t'ratandar Ae-
cuaad of a flat.
Rayoune, Krance, July 31. A dispatch
from Madrid says that the police searched
several Carllst bouse and adds that the
government I satisfied of the exlsetmce
or a wide spread aruai pioi. urn
queutly Carllst newspapers will probably
be suppressed. Continuing the dispatch
says: "everything points to the lunula
euce of a crisis. I here is an uucou
Qruied rumor that the government In
tends to arrest Weyler. The govern
ment has prohibited the publication of
the movements of Hpauish warships. The
whereabouts of Cumara's fleet Is not
known. It Is reported at Port Mabon.
Washington. July 81. Secretary
Long bad a long conference with the
president to-day presumably relating to
ttie departure of the I'orto Klcan ei
peditlon. The secretary said that the
time of departure of W atson's squadron
Mild Form of Tallow fevar.
Washington, July 21. No official re
ports were obtainable this morning
at the war department a to the yellow
fever condition among the troop at
Santiago. Otllclals were resting easy.
nowover, nnder assurance conveyed by
lir. Ureenleaf that the disease Is mild In
type. Instructions have been sent to
Hhafter to have Brigadier General Uut
Held sent north.
Will Not Oo to Porto Kloo.
Washington, July 21. Secretary Alger
said today that the troop which were In
the engagement at Bantlago would not
be sent to Porto Rico. They will remain
in cutia nntti yellow fever has been en
tirely stamped out.
Maw. From Daway,
.Washington. July 31. The navy de
partment this afternoon posted the fol
lowing: Cavlte, July 17,via Hong Kong,
July 21. Hltuatlon unchanged; second
army detatchment arrived to-day; all
well on board. Health of squadron oou
tinues good. No slckuees whatever.
1)1. patch from Haa-a.
Washington, July 21. Secretary Long
announced at 1 o clock that he had re
ceived a despatch from Admiral Dewey
announcing the arrival of another de
tachment of troops in Manila, constitut
ing the second expedition from Han K ran
WANTS TO KKMIGN.
Mlnl.lar Hasaola Wants to Ultra I p
Ixndon, July 21. According to a spec
ial from Madrid, Honor Hagasta has again
ottered to resign and has been oouuseled
by the queen regent to advise with other
political leaders relative to his further
course. It Is also reported that General
I'olavieja's return to Madrid is closely
connected wun a mange in the minietr
and that Hun. Weyler will form a cat
net In whlcn Ueneral folavleja will be
minister of war. This combination, it Is
rurtner asserted, will support the or
nasty, repeal the suspension of constitu
tional right and continue the war to the
Warship far Porta Kloo.
wasiiington, July 21.-2:46 P m.
Secretary Alger received a (Unpawn from
General Mile saying that he would sail
for Porto Rico at a p. m. to-day. The
war ships accompanying him are the
Ma-wutchusotts, Dixie, Gloucester, Cluclu
uatl, Auuapolls, Linden and Wasp,
CALL ON ritAM'K.
Cataloula, paln, Will A.h to ba Takoa
I'Dd.r P ranch Protactloa.
Madrid. July 21. A special announces
that telegrams from Ilarceloua report a
growing movement in favor of Interven
tlou of h ranee aud that steps are about
to be taken to formally Invite Krance to
take Catalonia, of which Barcelona is the
capital, and which has an area of over
Iz.tmu square miles, nnder her pro-
tectum. Auoiner special to Hpaln as
serts that the inhabitants of the
Canary Islands are paule stricken
at the prospect of American attack, and
that the weullhy people have gone into
the interior, ureal misery prevails,
trade is at a standstill aud there is cou
slderable military activity everywhere.
especially on the Lanzarota and GraciiKia
Islands, which are expected to be ob
jectlves of American attack, where strong
garrisons are reported to have been In
installed aud powerful batteries erected
on the mountains dominating the la
Crank ryachoa Injnred.
Dr. Harper, the Santa Ke Pacific physl
clan and surgeon at Gallup, came In
laxt night, having In charge Prank
Pynchon, whom he placed in the lcK"al
railway hospital. Pynchou I a brake
man between (4allup and Wlnslow, and
on Tuesday afternoon, at ahiut 4 o'clock,
while attempting to mount a moving
fnrnltnre car In the (tallnp yards
he missed the foot hold, and hi
left foot wa caught nnder the wheels,
mashing It from the heel to the too. He
wa carried to the olllce of Dr. Harper,
who ampntated the foot at the instep.
After a more thorough examination of
the Injured foot, the doctor discovered
that another amputation was necessary,
and the foot wa then removed at the an
kle. The wounded man is reported get
ting along nicely nnder the consequence.
Dr. Harper will return to Gallup this
H. H. BIBHLK, 41TIM1 Jl'STH K.
Thi morning Mike O'Rrlen was
brought before the court He bad leen
drinking all night, and had become pret
ty full. He was lined $5, and wa hus
tling up the shekel this afternoon.
Prank Wagner and John Han Ion also
looked upon the wine and became Intox
icated. They were sent to the chain
gang for five day each.
Henry Harrison aud Tho. II. Lower,
two colored gentlemen, got Into a dis
pute, followed by a genuine fight, and In
consequence they were arrested. They
wore lined t-1 each, which they paid.
Luke O'Brien, an aged vag, wa dis
charged, with the good advice to take a
walk to the river and give blmsolf a
In the case of the city of Albuquerque
vs. Thomas Werner, for fighting yester
day afternoon. Justice Rlbble fined bim
1). Through hi attorney, uorton
Moore, he gave notice of appeal.
this morning, Joe Kadaraceo, also one
of the fighters In yesterday afternoon's
fisticuff battle, wa brought berore the
court, and be was fined (10, which be
P"!"1- . . . ...
in the case or Lorenzo Henderson vs.
Thorns Werner and Modesto C. Ortii.
on trial yesterday afternoon before Jus
tice Kibble, a postponement was taken
until this afternoon at 6, and as TllR
itik.n goes to press the principal and
sympathizers In this now famous assault
case are congregating at the justice's of-
Knft-lnaar Shad, and HI. Wife Bnaafad la
The people of south Rroiulway. in the
vicinity of the Congregational church,
have made complaints to Marshal McMil
lan, giving the marshal a few facts about
the ugly doing of George Hhade and his
Ife. Ihey made their section or the
city ring yesterday afternoon and last
night with their family quarrels, and,
lu the beat of battle, the wife ran the
huxband oat of the house and threw
glass tumbler at him, barely missing his
Marshal McM"lan, on account of two
little children who are unwilling wit
nesse to the many Jars between their
parents. Is endeavoring to smooth over
allairs ana oruig auoui a more nappy
feeling between the husband and wife.
The story or their troubles, as far as
Thk CiTi.KN can learn, is as follows:
Hhade, with his wife aud two children
arrived here sometime in March last
from Port Madison, Iowa, The trip, so
It is said, was made to outwit the wife,
whose Infatuation for one. Art Foley
was quite strong. After arrlvlug here.
Shade secured a position a euglueer on
the Hants Ke PaclUo, and soon thereafter
his tormentor, who, It is claimed, 1 bis
wife's lover, also arrived. Holey secured
a Job at the local railway shops, but when
Shade lodged his complaint with the oil!
clals.Koley was discharged. It wasthlsdls
charira that renewed the faintly Quarrels,
and for the past few nays and evenings
Mr. and Mrs. Hhade have made stranse
exhibitions of themselves to their neigh
burs on south uroadway.
Art Koley Is still in the city, but he
now travels under an assumed name, that
of George Hums, aud he holds a position
in oue of the livery stable here.
Ol V ENIINLKV WHITES,
i'OHTO RICO IS OUHS
It Will be Made Part of the
ITUJ 0(a .
UU11EU D tuts. ,'
Admiral Sampson's Squadron
Convoy Troops to Porto Rico.
The Second Expedition to the Philip
pints Has Rcscntd fliDlla.
c no ia or a mix inr.
Washington. July SI. The subjoined
practically olllrlal etatement was made
to the Associated Pre today: "Porto
lit co will tie kept by the I nlted State.
that I settled and ha boon the plan
from the first Once taken It will never b
released. Its possession will go toward
making tip the heavy expense of the war
i the Inlted State. Our flag once
raised there will tloat over the Island
permanently." The same authority says
hat the future of the fhlllpplne I a
matter of development aud so far ther.
Is no certain policy finally adopted re
ardlng these Islands. It Is Intimated
nwever, though not definitely m tiled.
that the Ladrones might follow the fate
I'orto Ktco and becomes per manor
possession, being valuable as a coallnt
station for our ships when enroute to
CAPTI KK1 A PHIXK,
Summoned to Madrid.
Barcelona, July 21. General Polavlej
starts for Madrid this evening in re-
spouse to a sudden summons.
Nu Hop. ol Paaca
Washington, July 21. Private advices,
entirely uiiolhiMal, from sources of In
formation in Kurope, Indicate that the
situation in Hpaln U such that there Is
no preseut hope of overtures from Hpaln
rrnmmii j mm win &
1 ru tucctm ol our bpccuu Dargunt in .watcbes tut wi Induce,
in to oiler another. Vc have just rrccivci a tupply of Pull J t weird
(IS Jewell 1 Nickeled Movements, .bmlulely accurate timekeepen.
We have lilted then In Warranted Gold Filled rtj A O Q O
Catet and oiler them complete for JTN I Pj
Only a dozen of them on hand.
Ha I. a Hough Klder and Hands la a Paw
During the past week several Interest
ing letters from Albuquerque "Rough
Klders, now lu 1 una, nave been received
here. The following letter was received
this morning by Mrs. M. C. Nettleton,
from her sou, uuy u. nodsiey:
Klve hundred yards from Bantlago de
Cuba, July 6, 1W. The real battle has
been fought aud 1 passed through It all
O.K. Vte are now waiting to make
srand and fiual rush Into the city. Many
of our boys were killed and wounded, for
we were right In the tiring line from km
day mornlug until humlay afternoon
atsiut a o'clock. It was a long and bard
light. About one-third of our regiimnl
gone. He are now hoping and praying
that the battle is at au end. A Utg ol
truce has been living forty-eight hours,
trying to get the Hpaulards to surrender
and prevent us trom ensuing me city.
Krom where we are we can loon over
the city and see the Hpaulards going to
and fro. shooting at us and we at them.
Ths is a beautiful country, but dis-n
not compare with our near t 111 ted Htatee,
aud when this Is all over I will come
home "never more to roam Oue yea
ago today was at jemet tinning lor
trout 1 to day her snooting at Mpauiarus
Our boys here are all well, and are tt e
dearest, braveet boys lu the world You
of course, have beard of those who were
Injured. They are all doing well at poe
siblu to expect. Love to all.
Gl V D. Kmihi.ey.
r-W. alter LAUIliS'
WATCMKS at MlUit'CHU PRICKS lor FEW DAVS
RAILROAD AVENUE, Albuquerque, N. M.
Soma Important Motion, to be llaanl Ta
This morning Judge Crumpacker, in
the case of the territory vs. Kspirldloo
Lucero, et al, on the petition of the de
fondants, granted a writ of halwas cur
pus, returnable to morrow morning
1'etltlouers are the defendants charge
with the murder of Joaquin Gjuzales, at
Alameda, a tew days since, aud who
were hound over without bail.
la the case of Maria Masou de Garcia
vs. Klorencio (iarcia, petltiou for divorce,
the blaintlve obtained a decree pro cou
fesso, and the cause Is set for bearing be
fore judge Crumpacker to-morrow morn
In the matter of the injunction pro
ceedingH against Nicolas Lucero, rharg
ing him with olMtruetiiig the highway
on the motion 01 the pialntitl, the hear
lug was continued until (Saturday uiorn
lug 01 tills week.
The New Mexican aays: In the ah
sence of Judge Crumpacker, of the
Second district lu the east, Judge McKle.
of this district, signed bills of exceptions
III the Cases of Hurtled .V Tyler vs. Nellie
Holmes of Hocorro, and Rassott et al vs
Pursh and others; the cases are ou appeal
to the territorial supreme court.
Her funeral occurred this morning at Ji jjj Jj ?$ ?! rfj fx rft jti X'. jfc ifc Jfi '. .!'. Jj ifc J ?!'. ! Jtt .'!'. ?!'. ?!'. ! .!'. Jt'. i'A it', rf". Jfe
the P-irela Catholic church. Rev Dl I ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '
HrltUh Ship Trio to Ha. the Cabas
Key West, Kla.. July 21. -The British
steamer New Koundland, loaded wilt
food supplies was captured by the May
flower on lueeday, or cienrnogn into
which harbor she was heading. Twn
blank shots brought her to, and the
Mayflower put aprixt crew on board -'
her and sent her to Charleston. 8. C
Die Newfoundland left Halifax, N. -,
uly Vth. The Mayflower has on bonrd
ve Cubans picked np by ship of the
blockading lleot. They fled from Havuus
nd other Cuban ports to escap stsrv-,
Hon, as the condition of affairs aelioit ,
Cuba grows worse dally.
Convoy for Porto Kloo Kipoilltlaa.
Washington, July 21. At 2 o'clock tM
morning orders were sent to Admi;-i.
Sampson to furnish a convoy for G-
Miles expedition, cou-1st Ing of a bail,-
hip and a cruiser. It Is exriected ' i'.k
will be dons Immediately and Mile und
the force with him will get away Sf.mo-
time to nay. There seems to have arisea
a question of convoy or no convoy, which
was in part, at least, responsible tor ins
Troop. Arrive at Manila.
Han Francisco, July 1. A Cable spe
elal to the Kxamlner, dated Hong Ko'.g,
July 80, says that the secoud ll-wt of
transport from the I'nited Plain eas
reached Manila. The China srrWriimi
Jnly Hi, and the .niandia, tvlon and
Senator on the 17th. Kour death 00
surred during the voyage.
Onaoltha Kou.h Klilara.
New York. July 81. Charles B. Percy.
of Troop A, Roosevelt's Rough Riders, is
among the wounded brought on the Ben
oca, and is now lu Hellevue hospital. His
injuries are lu his head.
New York, July 21. It Is reported, says
Washington correspondent of liie
rimes, that Admiral Hauipoon will be de
tached from the command at Bantlago
and put in charge of the Kastern squad
ron, leaving Commodore Watson to take
Palm oNViatlng, with burial by I'nder
taker Montfort In the cemetery of that
town. I here were present at the ser
vice quite a large circle of relatives and
A elated in Thk Citikn yesterday
nfternoon, Charles Roe and Miss
lna McGillivray were united
in marriage, the ceremony being per
formed by Hov. Craig at his residence at
Uo clock last night. T. A. Kinlcal. the
popular district attorney, and Miss Mar
gnertto McUllllvray, sister of the bride,
olllclsted a witnesses. A. A. Grant, a
relative of the bride, the family of Rev
Craig and several intimate friends wore
present. As previously stated, Mr. Rue
is Hi general southwestern agent of the
Singer Hewing Machine company. The
yn ing ladv, who Is now Mrs. Koo, has
boon In the city since last December,
g nor sister here from Ontario,
Ihey will enjoy tholr honey
moon ontlng at La Polvedre. Han Mignol
cotintv, after which they will return to
Death or MJr Maraattler.
It. , Hopkins, the excellent manager
of the Crystal Ice works, Is In receipt of
a letter from John Horraclough an
nonnclng the death of Major W. M
Maynadior, which ami event occurred a
few days ago somewhere In the east.
The major was stationed In this eitv
about eight years ago as paymaster of
the I nlted Htates army.
BACK PKOW IN HI AN A,
Jailae C'ramparkor SharlA Hubholl
Ju'lge J. W. Crumpacker, of this Judi
cial district, an I Thomas lluhhell, sheriff
of this county, returned home from their
vscation In Indiana last night, and they
report having bad a most delightful
They did not continue their trip to
Washington, for the reason that con ureas
hail aljournod, and In consequence they
met Senator Fairbanks and other promi
nent politicians at Indianapolis, where a
confen nce was held and several appoint
aiont for governmental positions in tho
Philippine were talked over, the report
having gained currency that Hherlff
Hlihbell would like to Is) Die I lilted
rt'iitee marshal at Manila.
lAln leaving Indiana the Judge and
slicrilT went to Chicago and there took
the lake steamer "Indiana" for a trip to
Milwaukee, where they remained au hour
or so, and during that brief time the
sheriff had "aged" considerably. Kor In-
stauce, look at the extra number of gray
.airs In his head which were nut there
before he left for the east.
Hherlff lluhhell states that be will
always remember Ms trip to Indiana,
ind the many heretofore nnwrltten
ihrllllng experience of bis life, which
came out In the Indiana weekly news
papers while be sojourned In Hoosler-dem.
300 ond 007
FOURTH DAY OF
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By Special Request, wo shall repeat our Firo Salo of
DRESS GOODS, and OTHER PIEOE GOODS, for today.
For tomorrow wo shall got up an entirely now and attrac
tive program. Tho crowds are still increasing.
Como early and havo patience, for wo cannot wait on all
of you at tho samo time.
J J a J J
Please note that w will only sell such goods today as are advertised. This rule will not ba deviated from.
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MANILA TO II K TAKEN.
Admiral Uawaj May Mot Await the Ar
rival or Uaa. Marrltt.
Manila. July 17, via Hong Kong, Julr
1. Dewey may decide tocapture Manila
before Merritt arrives here, lu view of the
pos-dbtllly of early peace and the news
from Cuba that the Insurgents are re
newing activity. There have been vigor
ous attacks and slight nomhardmehl
on the outskirts of the city, to
which the Hpaulards replied with ex
iravagaut shelling. The Bpmlards
now say they do not believe reinforce
meiits will evr reach hers and despair
if success, but they condemn the propo
-ml to retire to the citadel, which Is ut
terly defenseless, as such a stop will
merely Invite slaughter. Therefore they
believe It better to surrender, though
fearing public censure. However, they
probably will re compelled to surrender
as soon as rood Is dangerously scarce,
flier mav pretend to fight the Ameri
cans for the sake of appearances, but the
result will not be long In doubt If Dewey
resolves to capture Manila, with the
forces he has at bis disposal.
l)lh or an Old Maid,
Miss dementia llsrela, an old maid
ttHiut Hi) years of age, died yesterday
afternoon at 1 o'clock at Apotlaca bnme-
tead ou the river road near Uareias
They Praatlrad Fraud,
Special Offlcer Krauk Harris, of the
anta Ke railway, came In from Im
Cruras last night. He reports having
.'rested and Jailed at Ijw Cruces, I'at.
rowers, section foreman at Heldeii, on
his E! V railway, and one Klet
U I . I ., lu,... Ol .1 IIIvam r
ceived two checks (or bis work on two
divisions and under two separate name.
vlx., Klet Ulvaa and Keibes Hi baa. in
checking up the pay-roll, Hoad m aster
Robert discovered tho fraud, and the
alsive arrests followed. The two men
will have a hearing before Justice Lopez
at La cruces on July Jo.
Off for I ha Mnluhnrs.
II. J. Render and wife. Kdward Clark
and wife. Mrs. C. K. Clark and Mrs.
frank Moore will leave this evening for
Thornton, and to morrow morning they
will take the Trimble slags for the Kul
phnr hot spring. They will be absent
about a uiouth. and expect to tell some
startling Ush aud snake stories on their
Gold Band Ham.
Gold Band Breakfast Bacon.
Gold Band Chip Beef
Gold Band Boiled Ham.
Boston Ileautles Mtckercl.
New stock of Brick and American
We expect to-morrow Importel Swiss
If you want to put up fruits use our
llelnz& Co. rickling Vinegar.
W e have It) varieties of Mica and Java
Coffees, from l cent! to oil cents per
Our stock of Groceries is complete and
our price the lowest.
The Jatfa Grocery Co.
US SOUTH SIXONU STklXT.
SHOES w tm mm
ror 111 are uie oniv mini we
do sell, and with each pair of shoes Hold we have u new friend
The reason for this It pluin-TllKY AUK liool) SllnKS, not
merely stvli-.li in Hpis'uiiiiice but u clear through. The
material used ill their mukeup is the best miuiilfactured, be It
Kill, Kangarisi or Calf, aud the workiiniu-ililp is gisl tsi. N
uneven places or lumps to torture tender feet. So torture
about prices either.
Best Men's $2.00 whole stock Cal
Shoe in the city. Tan or Black.
Best $1.80 Ox- ii-ew
fords, for ladies, I
in the city, in V .1
Black or Tan. ix '
All leather and x.
AU staple Patent Medicines At
Pure Wine And liquors
medicinal and family use.
Wholesale, Retail and Manufacturing
ALBUQUCRQUC, NEW MEXICO,
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 Drug's and Chemicals
at eastern prices.
General Store Supplies. Esamcca, Tinc
turc, Oil, Slca our own bottling. Quality
guaranteed. Prices low.
M; CALL BAZAAR
All Patterns 10 and 15c
201 IUilroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M.
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M AIL ORDERS
Day as Received..
GIVING UP THE PROFIT!
And even more for the sake of closing out our summer stock. Hie plain,
simple truth of the matter ia that with our trade there can he no "last seasons" goods, That
fact forces them out this season, at some price, however small.
GEO. G. CAINSLEY & GO.
Mail. OMIrKKM .MIVK I'tKKrili
H. E. FOX,
Corner U1 St. und Gold Avis
CHIEF WATCH INSPECTOR SANTA FE PACIFIC R. R.
Railroad Watches Sold on easy Monthly Payments.
We have fust received
21 Jeweled Klein
21 jeweled Wall ham,
21 and 2i Jeweled tlampdena
17 Jeweled Hamilton
17 (ewetcd Hliru
17 Jeweled Waltharrus
Fine Gold, Gold Filled, Salver
and NickU emu.
an elegant line of
181c Wedding Rinrs in Tiffany, Oval
and Flat shapes.
Fine Watch work. Stone Mounting- and ar
tistic engraving promptly done.
Mall Order Holinlted and Matlfao.lon
Krllable Hhoe Dealer,
122 S. Second St.
'J Our entire stock, of this seasons parasols
reduced to actuil cost to close them out.
it We will not carry any of them over.
Shirt Waist Special.
ij Redivided into 4 lots as follows:
V Lot 1. Includes all shirt waists which
i sold up to 7 Sc. irivint: up profit price. M'tc
Lot 3. Includes all shirt waists that sold
up to $1.35, 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 34 to 30 in size, here is an excep
tional bargain in the following Corsets:
Thompson, Glove Fitting, Imported P.
D. corset, C. P. corsets and various other
makes of which sizes are broken. Take
your pick of any of these at only 75c
Children's straw hats Bee window display.
We must close them out and have reduced
them fully 35 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 UMo a suit.
Lot 1. All our summer wash materials
that sold up to ia c a yard, goes ia the
Giving 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 35c a yard, Giving up
Profit Sale, only iyc.
. Lot 4. Takes in all of our finest im
ported organdies, lawni, 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 Prolit
price, only c.
Lot s. Takes in all our fancy figured
white goods that sold up to 15c a yard,
Giving Up Prolit price, Do.
Lot 3 Includes all white goods that
sold up to 3 2c a yard, Giving Up Prolit
price, only 1 5c.
Lot 4. Includes all our linest white goods
also colored dot Swiss and solid colored
organdies in all shades, Giving Up Prolit
price, only '-iOo.
Hoys' summer coats and vests, only about x 1!
dozen left, take voer pick at 50, N