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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY AFTKRNOJN, JULY 22, 1898.
General Wood, of the Rough Riders,
Appointed to the Position.
STRANGE ACTION OF GENERAL GARCIA.
Play Del Kt, July tl, Sen. Wood,
ot the Hough Kldent, haa ben appointed
military (jovaruor of Bantiatro d Cuba,
aurPrwdlno; (ion. McKlbbon, who return
to hi old duty. Btwp to Improv the
nltarj condition ot the city are being
A large eiodu of Cubans le eipeoted
In the ueit few day, a they are return
ing to the cultivation of the country.
Toe greater part of (Jarctaa army
Iran here at dayhreak to morrow.
The iJanhih steamer HratUm, the Oret
VhwwI outHlde of government and lied
Cruee Mtp to enter the port with provle
lon, arrived at V o'clock this morning.
A. V. Azorodo, owner of her cargo, went
to (ten. Bliafter' headquarters to enquire
about ciiHUim dutlee. lie wa told that
he niimt pay full duty on foreign produce
under a foreign flag at the ratee lu force
under the Hpanleh regime. This bring
the duty on Hratton' flour to 14 plti ten
per oeut a barrel, and the duty on the
other good In proportion.
Notwithstanding Hard' bitter com-
f lalnt that he hm been Ignored and that
he reetoratlon of Spanleh civil authority
In Santiago waa moet vffenetve to him,
and that in consequence he bad been
forced to tender hie reeignation a a gen
eral In the Cuban army, he I going on
with preparation for a content with the
ppaniHh force in lioiguin and Mania'
nl Ho, quite a if nothing had happened
To-morrow Garcia will lean, a decree
authorizing all Cuban driven from their
plantation and conntry home by the
Spaniard and who have taken refuge for
safety in the eltle and town to return
to their farm and plantation, axeurlng
mem or protection. He aimed like per'
mlmion to thoee In hi rank, recruit
from farm land. Altogether (larcla's
attitude li Inexplicable.
LIVELY HO MBA It DM ENT
Amtrlri Ouabuftte Gain I.rldai
Vlrlorjr at Muiulllo,
(Copyright Aiauctatrd Prese.)
1'laya dnl Kxte, tiuautanamo Bay,
July Following 1 the otllKlal ac
count of the latfHt naval victory, that at
Manzauillo, mulee ly told by Commander
lorttl or me I mtwl btHltu guiilamt vul
uiiuiflou lu hie report to Admiral Bump
ou: "At 7 o'clock ou the mornlug of July
18 the Viwol ou bbukade duty lu the
vicinity, the V lliulngion, Helena, Bcor
plou, Hint, Hornet, MauuiiMtluck aud
Owtola, ai'pi.iavh'd the Imrlxr of Man
cautllo (roui the wmiward. At 1M the
Wilmington aud Helena entered the
northeiu chauiiel toward the city, the
Hcorplon and (Mcecla the mid channel
and the H let. Hornet and Hauuipaluck
the south channel, the movement of the
Veeeels being eo timed a to bring them
within effective rauge ot the whipping at
about the name uiouieut. At iM lire
opened on the ehippiug and after a delib
erate lire, hutting two aud a half bourn,
three bpanleh lraiiH OiU, Kl (ilorla, Jox
barcta aud La firlmiuia Concepcion,
were burned and destroyed. The fun
toon, which wa a harbor guard aud
atoreehlp probably for ammunition, wa
burned and blown up. Three guuboat
were destroyed. One other wa drlveu
aliore and eunk aud the third wa driven
aehore and believed to have been dlaa
bled. Hiring wa maintalued at a range
which 1 belle veil to be beyond the range
of the ehore artillery. It wa continued
until, after gradual clotting In, the adore
batteries opened tire at comparatively
abort range, when the elilp were re
called, the object of tbeexpedltion having
beeu acoompliahed aud the Idea ot the
commander-in-chief carried out a I un
derstood them, that la, to deetroy the ene
my' ehlpplug but not to chance the Held
balterie or forte. No caeualtie oc
curred on board any of our veaeeU.
(treat care wae taken in directing the
tire that a little damage an poeelble
Hlioiild le done to the city lteelf, aud a
far a could be ohaerved little It any wa
done. All ot our veeeel were handled
with Hound discretion and excellent
judgment by the eeveral commanding
tilhcer. The Hpanlah Iohn la believed to
have been in the neighborhood of l'Xl
"Iha gunboat deatroyed or driven
aetiore were the Uelgado, Unautauauio,
Ostralla, Coutinola aud Guardian."
II Sajra Ull Army la latant anil trngmt
Havana, July 22. Captain General
"'"nco ha iMHued proclamation au
liclng the capitulation of Haullago,
xl July 17. He say: After three
itb.it heroic defenne aud many bloody
bate, owing to the sca.ryttr of am
iltum aud vlctue.li the garrieon of
,l?.no de Cuoa ban been forced to
tulate under honorable condition
with the honor of war. The garrt
of the city of Bantlago by the mili
tary foroee of the Americana 1 lacking
in strategic Importance, owing to the fact
that the city had previously been clonely
blockaded a length of time by American
ehlp and will have little or no effect on
the development ot the Hpanlah cam
paign which I to decide Hpaln'a fate.
The Hpanlah army la Intact and eager tor
glory. It I willing to meaenre arm
with the Americana. Thl army 1 anre
to be triumphant and victorious. At
leant In eplte of o many danger and
Impediment, that It will ahow once
more the Indomitable Hpanhth bravery
and well-known military talent of onr
people I the hope and expectation of
your general In chief.
MIIm Want War Material.
Washington, July 22 The war de
partment received the following, timed
1:15 p. m. today; Mole HlMcholax
Am disappointed In the non-arrival of
Col. Hecker with construction corps.
Col. Black arrived without anag boat or
lighter, rieaee aVend at leant four
strong aea going lighter and tug, aim
General Htoue'a boat at Jacksonville, If
not already eent, aoon a possible. Mov
ing along well. (Signed) Milkh.
Cincinnati, July 22. A special hospital
train arrived at Newport, Ky, thia after
noon over the Cincinnati Southern. It
brought 135 alck aoldlera from Tampa to
the hospital at Fort Thomas. Two pre
vloua train brought 235 wounded and
alck aoldlera to Kort Thomas, Two dead
bodlea were taken from the train. It waa
denied that they died from yellow fever.
aiany are eerioumy nice.
r ranch frlaa Hblp Captnrad.
Charleston, 8. C, July 22. The French
steamer Ullude ltoderitues waa brought
Into port this mornlug In charge of a
price crew from the cruiser NewUrleana.
1 he aluuier waa captured pff Han Juan
de Porto Kloo. making for harbor. The
New Orleans eent two ibot acroea her
bow. Hhe had 37 paseenger aud a cargo
oi eunee ami tooacoo.
TROOPS AT MANILA.
Thy Arc (tolling lUaatj to Captara Ilia
Cltjr abd Oarrlaua.
New York, July 2J. A aMHlal to the
Journal, dated Cavite, July 111, aaya:
ine entire regiment Ursl l allrorula vol
unteers advanced to day to Janbo, only
two mile from me Hpanlah line eur
rounding Manila. California troop have
been thrown out by Gen. Anderson to
form the advance of the attack In force.
South Manila la to be caDtured flrut. The
Colorado Infantry and I tan batteries are
oeiug lauded at t'arangua. The tenth
Pennsylvania voluuteeni with the reel of
the artillery will land at Malabon, Inst
north of Manila. Hrig. Gen. KrancU V.
ureene, formerly colonel of the "1st regi
meui oi new lorg, is in command of the
advance, Uen. Anderson remaiulns at
Waehlngton, July 22. The following
message ha been received at the navv
I'layadel Kite. July 23. The expedi
tion to Nlpe ha been entirely aucceseful,
although the mine had not been re
moved for want of time. The Huanish
cruiser Jerge Juan, defending the place,
waa destroyed without loss on our part.
The Annapolis and Wasp afterwards pro
ceeded from Nlpe to assist In the landing
ot the commanding general of the armv
ou bla arrival at Porto Kloo.
Will Arriva at Mao Juan un Muaday.
Washington, July 22. It wa an
nounced that the troops aud convoy
under Gen. Mile would probably arrive
at Porto Hlco next Sunday. There seems
to be no longer any doubt that the Island
win be permanently annexed to the
Troopa fur lloaululu.
Washington. Jlilv 22. Order aura
Issued today for a battalion of the
Second regiment of voluuteer engineers
to proceed to Honolulu lu company with
the Klrst regiment of New lork volun
teer lufautry, L'oi. Barber commanding,
which I to constitute the Urst garrlsou
of the I' nlted States troop stationed ou
Bolillar l.ir Oovarnor,
fit. Paul, July 32,-Lleut. John I.lnd.
quartermaster 12th Minnesota volunteer
uow at ( hlckamauga, haa formally ac
cepted the nomination for governor,
tendered him by the democrats, silver re
publicans aud popullsta.
force landed near Manranlllo, province
Montisgn ne v una. on rnesday evening.
The Spanish troops guarding the ap
proaches of the bay opened lire, to which
the American replied. An attack nn
the town by sea and land waa expected
The crews of the Spanish gun boats,
which wer sunk, reached land and saved
moet of their kits,
(tea. Mil al St. Aif-nota.
Washington, July 2J. Gen. Mile has
reported his arrival at 1:15 o'clock at
Mule Ht. Nicholas, the boat moving
rtaacath the Whla
K, !. Crowley. M. C. Walsh and Harry
Glegnldt, railway shop employe, left this
morning for San Marcial on a very sad
mission. Karl 1'ubrlng. machinist, who
nad formerly worked in the local shops,
lert for the south yesterday morning, and
at San Marcial, while the train waa still
In motion, he attempted to leap to the
Platform. He missed in alltrhllnir and
fell backward, hi body falling under the
wheel, rt hen the train stopped and the
unfortunate man wa extricated, bl In
Jnrle were such that he lived only a few
minute. HI three former shop asso
ciates are now at San Marcial to take
charge of the remain, which no doubt
were buried there to day.
A tlRAND AFFAIR.
Tha Law a l-art? I jut msM On of
Flnaat or tha Waaana.
The lawn party held last night at the
nanosome resilience or Jonn A. Lee on
West Copper avenne. nnder the auspices
of the Ladles' Soldiers' Aid society, was
one or the grandest successes and pret
tiest affairs ever held in Albuquerque.
Misses jiiua and lou ie, assisted Dy
other ladles, had beautifully decorated
the pretty lawn and commodious resi
dence with Japanese flowers and lantern.
while in the dining room and around the
porch there were tables where all enjoyed,
to their heart's content, sherbet and
During the evening a vocal and Instru
mental concert, bv local talent, wa ren
dered, aud all who participated acquitted
themselves in a creditable manner.
W. 8 Burke, a veteran of the civil war.
wa in charge of tha gate and hi re
ceipts, at 10 rente admission, allows that
over 300 people attended.
The funds are for the wounded "Kough
Killers" from this city, and the total re
ceipt will probably come very near $100,
Caiuara Maard From,
Gibraltar. July 22. It Is reported here
that Camara'a squadron s expected at
the Spanish penal settlement of Ceuta,
opposite Gibraltar, ahortly, where ti.ey
will await events.
Madrid, July 22. A private dispatch
from Havana aaya that an American
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CORPORAL ED. HALE.
The "Snapper" Writes in Interesting
Letter From Cuba.
I WAS tl TBI BIO BATTLE.
Mr. Ida Griswold. of this city. Is In
receipt of a letter from her brother,
snapper" hdward Hale, the base hall
player, who la one of the "Hough Riders
In Cuba. "Snapper" la a corporal, and
"These poor Cnbana are a holy fright
to behold; they have no clothes nor any
thing else. After we landed near Santl
ago, we marched twelve miles to a little
town, and we stayed there that night.
The next morning we marched four mile
and engaged In our first battle. Hhe was
a hot thing for two hours. There were
8.(i of us against 4,000 Spaniards, and we
drove them back and took the battle Held,
1'lie 'Hough Kiders' were the malu ptutb lu
the tight, ana the way they faced the ma
nic was a caution. There wore eighteen
killed on our aide and forty-bv wound
ed. The Spaniards bad many killed and
wounded. We then went Into camp for
a week, waiting for the rest of the army
to land so as to get our big guns planted,
aud we all went out together. We
marched about three miles aud camped
that night by a few old bouse aud the
next morning our batteries began to
shell the Spaniards. It was very hot for
awhile. The enemy sent a big shell in
to us and there were men laying around
with their legs all torn to piece aud oue
piece of a shell just went by my face and
If It hail hit me it would be all off with
me. We went after them in good order
and the 'Kough Kiders' were again In the
front aud bae been there ever since we
landed. We marched about a mile and
then we went Into the battle right.
The Spaniards had all the beet of It be
cause they were In treuchea aud we
could not hit them but you could see our
men falling all around. We fought
fifteen hours without stopping aud we
run them out of the trenches and took
possession ot the San Juan heights, aud
uow we can stand on the heights aud
look Into Santiago City. It was the
greatest battle ot the age ever fought.
We now have our trenches dug and the
city surrounded, lu this battle we lost
about 1.2U0 killed and wounded, aud the
Spaniards about 4 ,600."
"Snapper" Hale continue in his letter
and states that the "Hough Kiders" cap
tured a number of Spanish sharpshooters
up In the eocoanut trees. He says that
Clay Green, of Cerrllloa was killed In the
last battle; he was shot through the
heart and was buried the next day. He
reports Armstrong, of thl olty, all 0. K ;
also "Husky" king, the base ball
in writing about the naval battle
"Sampson a nel and the Spanish fleet
fought their battle the other day. The
Spaniards sent out a member of the
r ranch oonsel at Santiago to see If
Sampson would let Cervera out of the
harlsjr, and It he would he would come
out and light him like a man. Sampson
agreed and backed out in the sea eleven
miles and let the Spanish II -et come out.
W hen they got out into the sea, Sampson
went after them. There were eight ships
of the Spaniards and we sunk four aud
captured four, besides 2,5ou Spaniards.
Sampson lost two utile guuboats In the
battle, and when Cervera saw there was
no chance for him, he got on the Spanish
ilagshlp and tried to get away. He got away
but Sampson captured him about eight
teen miles out in the sea. Ho we have
them all faded."
It will be seen that "Snapper's" de
scription aud Idea ot the big naval battle
is somewhat dltlerenl rrom the otliclal
report. Still 'Snapper's" account is all
Spain Urging European Powers
to Interfere for Peace.
iqulnaldo Sets Himself Up as Diet
lor of tbe Philippine Islands.
Llcnt. Hob wo Arrives at Hew Tor k City
on a "Hilary MIijIoo.
MA1TUL LAW ALASKA.
Th( tucctm of our Special Birgiina in Watches Lut week induce
ua to oiler another. have hut received a tupply of Full Jeweled
(ISJewcUl Mckeletl Movements, abaoluiely accurate timekeeper,
Vf have fitted theac in Warranted Gold Filled rt A S O O
Cates and otter them complete lor rS
Only a dozen of them on hand. J -1 -
"' LADIES' WATCIUS ml UKIH.CLD PltlCCS lor s FfcW DAYS.-
Leading Jeweler, RAILROAD AVENUE, Albuquerque. N. M.
IK KACKICT'N MHKOIALS FOH TO
Indies' white sleeveless vests, regular
20c and i-'c kind; special, 15c each.
Misses black or brown seamless aoz.
regular 15c goods; special, a pair.
I.adtes Hermiulort black li'ee, 2oj
kind; to morrow, two pair for Hoc.
Kuiir yards velveteen skirt binding,
regular K kind; special, liV per piece.
All of our UWs printed lawns and
dimities for 10c per yard.
Men's 'i'ie silk ties tomorrow for Ihc
lolets. 3 dozen in a bunch, regular
10c per bunch; special, 5c per bunch.
These are all perfect gissis.
Tub Hack it.
Yesterday a resrt was put In circula
tion to tbe effect that Mis Media Tyler,
who Is at (lallup ou a visit to her sister,
Mrs. Krauk (iibson, was down with the
small pox. A telegram was received by
('apt. Trier last night from Miss Media,
denying the report aud stating that she
was in good health.
Madrid, July 22. The minister of pub
lie instruction, (remain, 1 authority for
the statement that peace, honorable to
the Spanish army will shortly be eon
I'lUCK Ht'MOR DKNIKD.
London. July 23 Inquiries In official
circles here fall to coutlrm the statement
that the Spanish minister telegraphed
from Madrid today that peace would
shortly be concluded. The Spanish am
bassador. Count Hascon. said: "We have
no news from Madrid and we have no
reason to believe that any such decided
step haa been taken, as baroasos state
meut would Indicate "
It la known that the Spanish ambajwa
nor nave been sounding the other am
basaotlora at all the court of Kurope
with the object of inducing concerted
representations at Washington to stop
the war, and there Is no reason to believe
that (treat Britain Is no longer alone In
polntlug out the oaclessnes of such i
Mai MAKE TRACK PROPOSITION.
Paris. July 22. The Matin to day nub
Italics a paragraph saying that while
nothing deilnlte Is known, II Is rumored
that (tenor Leon y Castillo, Spanish am
bassador, has beeu Instructed to approach
t ni tea Plates Ambassador I'orter
with a view to opening secret peace ne
foliation. I n to three o'clock there
had not ln any meeting between Cas
tillo and I'orter. Any meeting will be
sept absolutely eecret until they reach
aatags when they will assume official
DRNIF.S A Hl'MOR.
Paris, July 22 General Porter said:
I deny In a most emphatic manner that
any peace negotiations have been opened
op to the present moment. I cannot
conceive what originated the Matin's
THE! WILL HE UISAI'PUINTBU.
paalah at Manila Rotaa la HalUr IU
parts or Hpanlah lla'aata.
Manila, July II), via Hong Kong, July
-i i ne insurgents are gradually get
ting artillery Into action against Ponds,
Santa Meeo and Malata. The fighting Is
nesuiiory. me mmniards have beeu
driven from the trenches outside Malata,
and the insurgents are strongly In
trenched near the fort. The Insurgents
nave begun to bombard Malata fort, and
have struck the telegraph eompuny a
cable nouse. it is said ou aeml otliclal
Spanish authority In Manila that the re
cent news from Cut is "vile Kngllsh
raorication; mat in reality the 'pan
laid bad been victorious, and that .'.j
mlral Camara'a squadron I eipecte
nere juiy so.
Ha Thlnke Ha U a llletar Man Than A.lml
Washington, July 82. The following
cablegram haa Just been received at the
Hung Kong, July 22. Agulnaldo de
clares a dictatorship aud martial law
over all the Islands. The people expect
Independence. Keoommeud China ponies.
Col. Anderson was senior army otllcer
at the Philippines when the dispatch was
sent, proliably several days before Its
Hong hong date. Kererence to China
ponies means that Col. Anderson desires
that kind of cavalry animals.
TJatlar Martial Law.
Juneau, Alaska, July 17, via Departure
Bar, H. C The town of Skaguay Is still
under martial law. All the saloons are
closed and twenty six men hound over
by the l ulled States commissioner have
been taken to Sitka. City Surveyor
Held, who killed "Soapy" Smith reewitlv
received a wound In the baud aud may
illc, of blood poisoning.
HuiMon Ciom to Waahlns-tan.
New York, July 22. Lieut, flobson.
who took the Merrlmac into the channel
t Santiago, arrived here today ou the
I nlted States cruiser St. Paul. It is be
lleved that he prnceded at once to Wash
iLgton by way of the Pennsylvania rail
road. It Is poesible that Hnbsou Is the
bearer of Admiral Sampson's report of
the naval engagement off Haiitiairi.
When Hotieon left the ferry boat a crowd
soon gathered to cheer him.
Lieut. Ilohaou said that he Inspected
the wrecked Spanish warships and Is cer
tain mat ir prompt action is taken the
Cristobal Colon and Maria Teresa can be
aivrd. The Oqnendo Is total wreck.
The Vltava Is not quite aa bad as th
Oqnendo and some of her gun may lie
aerureii. "ttnouid gale spring up,
aMcd llohsou, "all tne work of the
wreckers would go for naught and the
Colon and Teresa would be lost. I am
hurrying to Washington to explain to
tne runcian the necessity or making con
tracts at once for raising the warships.'
Washington. Jnly 22. The controller
of the currency haa called on the nation
al hanks for a statement of their Condi,
tlon at the clcse ot business July 14.
Troops With. uaa. Mils.
Washington, Jnly L- The war depart
ment to day received a telegram from
uen. Miles showing that on Thursday at
7 p. m. he waa still at (iuantananiu. It
Playa del Kste, July 217 p m The
following tro.s,w are with me aboard
transports in oanitnamo naroor, ea
route to Porto L:co: Kotir light batteries
of the Third and Fourth artillery; Io
nic's battery B, artillery; Sixth Illinois,
Sixth Massachusetts, iiit recruits for the
sixth Corps, sixty men of the signal
corps and seventy of the h' spitel corps-.
.l 40 men til told. Milm
flsaarsl Oram's Command.
Washington. July 22. Brigadier Oen
eral Kred. 1). Mrant has been assliriied hv
mo secretary oi war to command the
Third brigade ot General wilann'a
division, first army corps.
Washington, Jnly 23.-At the cabinet
eeeatou to-day an hour ami a half was de
voted almost exclusively to the Porto
moo expedition and aggressive at ens In
the campaign. After the session It was
positively stated that there had been no
discussion whotovfr as to the peace out
Itajk. the new phase created by the Cuban
Insurgents' Independent attitude, nor as
to tbe action of Agulnaldo In the Philippine
Troupe for rorta Itloa.
Chlcksniaugs, July 22 Three reod-
ment ot the Fourth Ohio, Third Illluois
and Fourth Pennsylvania. couiosliig the
second brigade, Mist division. Urst oorn.
commanded by Brigadier General Haines,
I.... . - t, ..... .
.it tamp mums mis morning or new
port News, where transports are einwtn.1
to be waiting to take them to Porto Hlco.
ronr light batteries of artl erv w II leave
to-morrow or Huuday.
folliis Coart. j
Dave Moses, who loaded himself with
red eye" and fired a shot or two from a
twenty two calibre pistol through the
nmr at the Washington saloon last
night, was fined $10 by Justice Kibble
this morning. He paid.
Alexander Johnson and John llannnn
two employee of south Albnoueraue.
hijpii who utraniwa juice yesterday and
In the evening were pretty full. They
were arrested, tailed aud this mornlna
jusiice Minnie started bis barooon to
working, tlnlug them So each. They
Justice Kibble, after hearing the vart
us Interesting testimony In the assault
case of I.orenn Henderson Vs. Thomas
Werner and Mtslesto 0. Ortls. late vester
day afternoon dismissed the defendants.
THAT TKM1IHLH I'HICK-OUTTKR.
t tha -llnar Mass" at HU Old Trfaks
1.0"? r-'i :c-a collars, each r
A Que uu laundered shirt Sue
Ultra heavy weight working socks.
per pair de
hoiceof si and Sl.ftO straw bats.. 25c
White linen handkerchiefs 5t
Uerby hats for lSs
silk lock scarfs loe
lo cards assorted colors darning cot
& balls crochet cotton fc
Sleel thimbles lc
Steel crochet hooks le
I hoice metal and composition drees
ou iions. per uoxen S',ie
Water white pearl dress buttons per
Diamond dye, per package Be
holes or uu pair of 7us aud tl kid
:io-lnch sllkallue draperies, per yard fc
Genuine hair cluth, per yard 15c
vt nite crinoline, per yard Ke
oiorea tar I ton, per yard 5c
nMnch lace, regular 5c cut 2Uc
India Ink, per bottle Ifo
111 tube f,c
Typewriter ribbon Stic
rene tissue paper, per roll lc
4 ounces machine oil 5c
luting flannel coat and vest for... 5"c
A white vest, sice 42, for 2'c
A tin drinking dipper 2c
10 can apricots 1 (Mi
Sugar cured ham Hc
I pound Van Houten s cocoa 72c
Open until H o'clock p. m.
Wm. Kikkk, Proprietor.
Dressed Pigs Feet. Head Cheese.
Blood Sausage, Salami,
n Aries, ol i need Ham,
'heese. (10 varieties I
Plrkles of every description.
told Baud boneless boiled ham.
San Juhk Maiikrt.
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Fifth Day of Our Memor-
Was as successful as tho Urst ouo, our hardest problem
being how to attend to all our customers. Wo havo ar
ranged tho following list for today:
A guild Asscitmt of Ladies' and ldren's Underwear.
Che8p and M'dinm Gradfi of White Go ds and Fancy Material for Wash Dresses.
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J Our Prices on bve will lurpAts Anything: ev hrj of In this city.
B. ILFELD Si CO., Props.
Gold Band Ham
Gold Bind Breakfast Bacon.
Gold Band Chip Beef.
Gold Band Boiled Ham.
Ronton Besutles Mackerel.
New stock ot Brlok and American
We expect to-morrow Importel Bwlas
If you want to put up fruits one our
Helm ft Co. Pickling Vinegar.
We have 10 ratietle ot tinea and Jars
Coffees, from 20 esntt to BO eent per
Our stock of Groceries Is eomplets and
our prices th lowort.
The Jaffa Grocery Co.
IIS SOUTH SECOND STREET.
Asread to Dl.ar.
Mr. and Mr. George Bliaile, whoee
quarrel have excited the people ot aouth
Hroadwajr on account of their frequency,
air reed thla morning to dleagree, and the
wife will return to Kort Mmlleon. Iowa,
a eoon a poealble. Mr. Bhade, with hla
two rhllilren, will remain In thla oltr.
Art Kolejr, alia lieorge Burn, who It 1
claimed, alternated the affection of Mra.
Mlile from her hunbaud. and who Is not
at all a very prepoeeeeelnir. bandeome
fellow, la still here; but will no doubt
take hla departure aim In a Terr short
A freeh conalsnment of cheese iunt re
ceived at tha San Johi Market.
THE SULPHUR SPRINOS
' WASON & TRIMBLD, Props.
Tbs beat equipped lrf-walcly four-fioru ttift In th Southwest. From Tbora
too to tb linut Sulphur Spruin in the jemu Mountain. Lcavs Thornton
Tucadsyi, Thunday and SAlunUya at S a. m. arrtv at Bland 12 aooni lcavs
BUnd at 1 p. m. and arrive at Sulphur at 5 p. nv. Stag return from Sulphur,
oa Mondays, Wednesday! and Friday. Partia kaving Albuqucrqua on Satur
day can tprnd Sunday in tha niountain.
Round Trip Tickets (or Sal by I
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO., - Albuquerque
POST & CO.,
Wt Carry a Full Line of Buckeye Mower Repairs. Thomas
Easy Dump Hay Kalce. Milburn and Studcbaker
Write for Prices. Mail orders given prompt Attention.
VISITORS STOP AT
THE GRAND CENTRAL,
N. T. Armijo Ilulldlnfr.
J Oaeuti'exll y Xooaatct XZotala
SHOES THAT MAKE FRIENDS
For in are the only kind we
do eoll, unit with ench uir of elioeri wdil we Imve a new friend.
The reason for this N iilaiu-TIIKV AUK Iiixil) hlluKS, not
merely Htylinh In Hi-iiruut'e but kim"I ch ar through. The
material used In their make up U the best inanurai'tured, be it
Kid, Kangaroo or Calf, uinl t!i workiuanthip is good too. No
uneven places or luuifi to torture teudiT feet. No torture
about price either. '
Best Men's $2.60 whole stock Call
Shoe in the city. Tun or Black.
Best $1.00 Ox
fords, for ladies,
in the city, in
Black or Tan.
All leather and
GEO. C. GAIIISLEY & GO.
ail oaiiaaa t.iVK I'lttriL
Hellabla Shoe Dealrra.
122 S. Second St.
H. E. FOX,
Corner 2d 8t. and Oold Ave.
CHIEF WATCH INSPECTOR SANTA FE PACIFIC R. R.
Railroad Watches Sold on easy Monthly Payments.
21 IcwcUd Klgim
21 jeweled W.lthAITU
21 and 23 twtU4 Hampdem
17 )wcUd Hinultoo
17 lewctrd Kltnt
17 cwUd WAlthAiru.
Fiiu Gold, Gold FilUd, Sdvcr
We have )ut 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.
MuM Order llolti m 4it )ifi I Oi.rin,ot
All Patterns 10 and I Sc
20 1 IUilroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M.
"X"lxc3 SoHt Xjlglitocl Storo xx
Day as Received
GIVING UP THE PROFIT!
And even more for the sake of closing out our summer stock,
simple truth of the matter is that with our trade there can be no "last seasons"
fact forces them out this season, at some price, however snail.
Our entire stock of this seasons parasols
reduced to actuil cost to close them out.
We will not carry aoy of them over.
Kedivided into 4 lots as follows:
Lot 1. Includes all shirt waists which
sold up to 75c, giving up profit price, '4e
Lot 2. Includes all shirt waists that sold
up to $1.2$, giving up profit price, only
Lot 3 Takes in 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 $3.50, giving up profits price,
To the ladies who can use 18 and 19 and
from 34 to 30 in size, here is an excep
tional bargain in the following Corsets:
Thompson, Glove Fitting, Imported P.
L). corset, C. P. corsets and various other
makes of which sizes are broken. Take
your pick of any of these at only 75o
Children's straw hats see window display.
We must close them out and have reduced
them fully 2$ per cent, as we will not carry
any of them over.
Children's crash suits, in all ages, to close
thrm out, will sell thftn at onlv '.Hit a nuit.
Lot 1. All our summer wash materials ft
that sold up to iic a yard, goes in the Ml
Giving Up Prolit Sale at 7c. M
Lot 2. Takes in all our summer wash
material that sulci up to 20c a yard, Giving
Up Profit Sale, only 5.
Lot 3. Includes all organdies and lawns
that sold up to 25c a yard, Giving up
Prolit Sal-, only Vic.
Lot 4 Takes in -l of
ported org.indies, la
sold up to 40c, Gi
Stock divided into 4 lots.
Lot 1 Takes in all white goods that
sold up to 9c a yard, Giving Up Profit
Lot 2. Takes in all our fancy figured
white goods that sold up to 15c a yard,
Giving Up Profit price, Uc.
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 finest white goods
also colored dot Swiss and solid colored
organdies in all shades, Giving Up Profit
price, only tiOc.
Hoys' summer coats and vests, only about x
ihm-n ''ft. nKf vot-r pi k nt ,Vn .