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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 23, 1898.
OF PORTO RICO !
Battle at San Juan Predicted to Occur
TROOPS FOR PORTO
Wellington, July 23.-Genrl -tins !
now mhI of Cap Uajtlan. It Is nwamod
by th war department that the fleet will
cant anchor to-morrow morning la the
water of Porto Rioo, at point delected
tor debarkation. Thug It may again
happen that Sunday, whloh heretofore
haa been inch a lucky day for American
military and naral operation during
thla war, will be farther diHttngulhed
a the day upon which the Porto Rlcan
campaign will be Initiated.
The only word from Shatter over night
wa the RUUiment that General Duflleld
left Santiago for home yenterday and
that General Corbln' eon, who wa
reported better, would leave a noon a he
could be traneported nafely. lie and
General Dutlleld are eaid to be the only
two pronounced caoee of yellow fever la
the American camp.
No word ha reached the department
from any official source relative to the
reported attack by Garcia' Cuban upon
Bpaaieh soldiers who were marching Into
Santiago to surrender to Shatter. In the
aheeuce of a reliable report on this oc
currence, which It true way be fraught
with the gravest consequence and affect
the attitude of the United State govern
meut toward the Cubans, there Is a de
elded disposition to refuse to discuss the
matter at the war department.
Cavalry for to no Hlno.
Washington, July 21. Klve troops of
cavalry at Camp Alger have been ordered
to Newport New for embarkation on
transport for Porto Hloo. The troops
are A and C of the New York cavalry, the
Governor' troop. Hherldan'a troop and
the Philadelphia City troop of Pennsyl
Might Kind of (lift.
This morning Chief Kuppe, of the Ore
department, received a check for $100
from Ilfeld llros. In appreciation of the
woik of tliellremen at ihilr recent fire.
Troop. I.eava Tamp..
Tampa, Kla , July 23. Th tlrxt Porto
Klco eipeditiou from Taaipa will get
away to-night. Klve transports carry
the Kleveuth and Nineteenth Infantry,
First and Tenth cavalry, eight batteries
of artillery. Kirst Ohio, One Hundred aud
Kitty seveuth Indiana and Third Penn
sylvania, aud Second Ohio volunteer ear
Irjr. Popull.t Cuuv.utlon CalUd OK.
Cincinnati, U., July 23. The Times
Star to day says: The national conven
tion of the People's party. Called to
assemble In Cincinnati, September 6,
W.i Is off. Several state held conven
tions and elected delegates, but the Texas
refusal broke the backboue of the
straight populist movement.
Th Maoratarj Wu Short.
Milwaukee, Wis., July 3A I'pon appli
cation of Julius VI echselberg, president
of the Home Building and Loan as-ocia-tlon.
A. VY. Hard was to day appointed
receiver of the association, giving bonds
for (lO.inK), nearly double the axeets.
The shortage of Secretary John Harvey
Myers it 1 believed will amount to
Gd. Wood', ro.lt Ion.
Washington, July 23 -It Is raid at the
war department that Gen. Leon Wood Is
not governor of Santiago, as erroneously
reported, aud that there is no such officer
as governor-general or even military
governor. Wood Is lu command of all
the American troop In Santiago city,
aud being a competent medical officer,
he is the right mun to put the city In
A I'blnoM Mob.
Ixtndon , J nly 23 A special from Shan g
hal announces that an auti-foreign riot
has broken out at Changsu, province of
Klangsee. The mob destroyed the prem
ises of the China Inland mission. All
the foreign missionaries escaped.
Gunboat Hawk Captar. a Prlsa.
Key West. Kla.. July a3.-Brltish
steamer Kegulas was captured by ths
I'nited 8tatea auxiliary gunboat Hawk,
lit miles from Bagua La Grande, Santa
Clara, last night and brought here to
day. She landed ber cargo at Sague La
Grande and was coming out when taken.
The Kegulas was from St. John, N U.
Maval Hoard Vou f.r.oo.
Washington, July 23 The naval
board bail a conference with the presi
dent to-day. On leaving the white house,
Th of our Special
ut to oiler another. We have jutf received a tupply oi full Jeweled
115 Jeweltl Nickeled Movements, abaoUitcly accurals timekeeper.
W have lilted theic In Warranted
,ve lilted then in Warranted Gold Pilled -ft A O O O
ind olfer them complets lor TP I 11-
Only a dozen ol ihcra on hand. x '
rYY. oll.r l.AOILS' W ATCMtiS al
Leading JtwuVtr, RAILROAD
RICO LEAVE TAMPA.
Secretary Long said that th meeting re
lated entirely to details. The Monterey.
the secretary thought, would arrive at
wanna about August Brd or 4lb, and the
Monadnock about a week later. Nothing
has been received from Admiral Dewev
or Admiral Sampson.
Army to Kouiala In Cuba.
Washington, July 23. -It can be stated
upon the highest possible authority that
titers is uo intention of bringing troop
to thin country from Santiago at the
present time. Authorities believe It to be
dangerous and criminal to run the risk
of spreading fever broadcast through
this country by bringing ths men bark so
long a lue pesl l among them.
paalard. Will Ko.Lt.
St. Thomas, D. W. i July 23. The
Spaniards at Han Juan ds Porto Klco are
making extensive preparations to resist
the anticipated attack of I'nited States
warships, which are understood to be
convoying the army of Invasion com
manded by Gen. Miles. There were no
sign this morning of th American war
ships or transports, but news of them is
Victoria, 0. C, July 2S. The steamer
Garroue arrived here today from St.
Michael. Her purser reports that HWI
paseeuger brought close on to a million
dollars, but talk with ths passenger
leads to the belief that thla amonnt 1
exaggerated. Most of th passengers
complain bitterly that the trading cor
porations are trestiasslng on the nrivi-
ieges of Individuals to such an extent
that some decisive action will have to be
taken by the authorities at Washington.
HOW THE MAIN WAS DK1TKOYKU,
Th Mpanl.h Ship. IIt. HmIUt BtIiI.dm
of Kitornal Kiploalon.
Correspondence Associated Press, off
Santiago de Cuba, July 12. "Any doubt
that may have existed that the Malus
was blown up by outside explosion has
been dissolved by examination of the de
stroyed Spanish ships," said a uiemlter of
the board of survey that examined the
remnants of Cervera's tieet. "Of tour
ships examined three had been blown up
ty their magazines," he continued, "and
of these one had every magazine ex
ploded and torpedoes lu addition. Yet
none of them was the same effect a that
produced by the explosion of the Maine.
There was no upheaval of the keel and
little bulging of the nlates except in the
Immediate vicinity of ths explosion. The
effect was nearly altogether upward; In
some canes ths protective deck being
lifted, but outeide of springing of the
few plates the hull were Intact."
To Ho InvMtlsatod,
Washington. July 23. Sursenn Gen
eral Sternlierg of the army has a request
wirougn ins adjutant general s office that
an Investigation be made of the charges
that the transport Seneca, which brought
sick and wounded from Shatter' army at
Santiago to New York, left the former
place with Inadequacy of medical sup
piles aud was otherwise unlit tor the
work assigned her.
Forgod Garela'a Loiter,
Santiago de Cuba. Julv 23. It now
turns out that the letter alleged o have
oeen aadrexHea oy uarclatoHliarter, com
plaining of treatment accorded to Cu
bans, and ailvlHlng General Shatter of
Garcia' resignation, was prepared by a
newspaper correspondent named Arms,
wno nas neen acting on lue stall or (isn.
Castillo. It 1 not clear that Garcia ever
saw the letter.
Troop, sail for Manila.
San Kranclsoo, July 23. The transport
steamer Kio Janeiro, bearing two batter
ies of South l'akota volunteers, recruits
lor tne l tan light artillery and a detach
ment of the siunal corn, aalled to d
Chlcaco Stock Market.
Chicago, July 23. Cattle Receipts.
300 head; steady.
Reeves, 4 3c,t5.2S; COWS and heifers.
t2.4U(ti.70; Texas steers, 13.ii0ot.7u;
stocxera and feeders a.i.liitjt.tio.
Sheep Receipts, 1.0O0; steady.
Natives, lour4 S.t; westerns. (4.00(3
4 .Hi; lambs, t3.7rje0.50.
Chlcaco Grata Mark.t.
Chlranro. July 23. Wheat July, 7i'J4;
Sept., tsl 4 t
Corn July, 34!; Sept.. 34',.
Oats-July, 24; Sept., i-.
New York, July 23. Money on call
nominally 1 !', per eeut. Prime,
mercantile paper, a ',a per cent.
Itoalu at Wln.low.
Thursday evening at It: 30 o'clock, at
rtlnslow, Frederick H. Dryden, the 2
year-old son of l'r. and Mrs. N. C. Dry
den, died from lullamatlon of the bowels.
Bargains in Watches lui wuk induces
UEDl'CliD PKICHS lor a Few DAVS.
AVENUE, Albuquerque. N. M.
The body was emhalmed by Cndertaker
Strong who was called to In.low Thum
day night by telegram. Ths beraved
parent, wun me nine corpoe, passed
through this city last night on their way
to Montgomery, Mo., w tiers the remain
will 1st burled. I'ndertaker Strong aim
returned to the city last night.
Tho Rnll.t Rntod.
IasI evening lr. Rtxlmp called at ths
room of George MeeMluger In th Grand
Central hotel and removed the bullet
from the man's right shoulder, which
had been shot there with a pintol In the
nand of William (.lark, the colored hack
driver, Thursday night.
Ths doctor dlm-overed that the ball bad
entered the right shoulder, glanced
along the shoulder blade and thence
upward for several Inches. Imbedding
Iteelf In the neck-and near the base ol
While Mseelnger 1 reported to be get
ting along nicely. It Is thought advisable
to Keep niin quiet and at nl room for
several days, hence no day has been set
for ths preliminary trial ot his assailant,
who still occupies a cell at the county
Atteatloo Compoaf G.
All memlier of Company 8, Albuquer
que Guards are urgently requested to
meet at the armory Monday evening
uext at 8:30. Business of vital Import
auce la to come before the company and
every mem iter In the city Is urged to be
present. K. J. Au.kk. Pre.
MALICIOUS RFPORTS EXPLODED.
To Capt. "lax Lana't Trtduccrs, Gen.
Wood Sends a Reply.
IS CONDUCT llaVI AID DISEIVIHO.
Kor the past two or three weeks. In
fact Blnoe the La (juaslna battle, malic
ious report of tlie cowardice ot Capt.
ilax Luna of Iroop K, of Roosevelt
"Rough Riders," have been In circulation
throughout the territory, and these re
ports were evidently started by enemies
whose chief motive seemed to lie to "Dull
down rather than build up."
Some of the traducers, who are never
anxious to bestow credit where credit Is
dus, have argued that Capt. Max Luna's
quietude since lauding lu Cuba. In fact
mat none of the many writer from
there have mentioned his name, I con
vincing proof that the captain was not
where lie should nave tieeu in the battle.
To all thsse Tux Citi.kn here quotes
the remarks ot Gen. Corbin on Gen. Shat
ter, when the latter was somewhat tardy
lu sending In hi report: "He 1 not a
writer but a lighter."
It 1 so with Capt. Max Luna. He Is
not burdening his traducers, out this
way, with long winded letters, but he haa
been lighting aud is still In the Held in
To fully contradict these dirty and In
famous reports the following special dis
patches are self-explanatory:
ALnrqoKR(i!K, N. M., July 22.
Hon. RiiMH-ll A. Aider, Secretary of War,
WaahiuKlon, 1). C.i
Newspapers have published report that
my nephew, Captain Luna, of Troop K,
Klrst Volunteer cavalry, has been court
martialed for cowardice at the battle of
Santiago. I respectfully request that
you require from Col. Wood an official
reiort of the mutter aud advise me of the
rssult Have heard nothing from him
sines the battle and would like to be ad
vised as to hi status and condition.
This morning. Secretary Alger prompt
ly tiled the following answer:
Washington, 1). C, July 23, 1HM.
Solomon Luna Albuquerque, N. M.t
The following telegram has been re
ceived from General Wood: "Santiago
de Cuba, July 22. Captain Luna' con
duct was gallant and praiseworthy
throughout the campaign. L. Wood,
brigadier general Culled States volun
teers." R. A. Alukh,
Secretary of war.
Tux Citi.kn ha tried to explode these
malignant reports about Capt. Max.
Luna, emanating as they do from ene
mies of ths rancorous klud, aud lu con
nection with this article will give 10U
to know the person or persons from
whom they originated, so that their
names can be held up to the scorn ot
deceut, fair-minded people.
Of Interact to V nolo aam.
Krnest W. Grauiui, who la by trade a
cabinet maker, and who Is quite a genius
along the Hue ot Inventions, having re
ceived patents from the patent office at
Washington on a number ot articles, aud
having received a gold medal from the
Paris exposition lu lwj.for an Invention
pertaining to the rudder of a boat, has
Just completed the construction ot a
number of contrivances, on a small scale,
for the transportation of heavy cannon,
ambulances, and platforms for the con
veying ot all kinds of military supplies,
aud for transporting enfeebled and disa
bled soldiers. These are all to be sus
pended between four horses. Mr.
Gram ni's plans, If adopted, will revolu
tionize the manner now nsed In trans
porting military supplies from forts or
landings, and the termination of roads,
to hills aud mountains, without the use
of wheels or the tedious trouble ot the
present system of packiug animals. Mr.
Gramm's plaus are so arranged that the
loading aud unloading can be doue ou a
moment' notice, by the raising or lower
ing process, which can be doue by the
soldier. These models have been tor-
warded to the war department, and,
should they Introduce his plaus, they
may prove ot great Importance In Cuba,
Porto Rico and the Philippines during
the preeeut war with Spain. Optic.
We wish to dispose of all our surplus
ladles , uilHnea and children s tan Ox
fords aud shists, and ws have started an
other of banket sales that was such a huh
cees laxt summer. Many of thexe shoes
are on sale at less than the actual ctwl to
us. We Invite you to see them. Geo. C.
Gainsley A Co., Reliable Shoe Dealers
122 South Second street.
Krank W. Brown, of Kl Paso, Texas,
general manager ot nuuigau & lo. s
hide aud wool houses. Is lu the city
to-day, the guest ol J. P. Lantx, manager
of the local branch.
Hon. Pedro Perea and wife, and son,
A. K. Perea. have returned to their home
at berualliio Iroui a visit to Sauta Ke
aud Las Vega..
A new line of fine quality stock ribbon
in No. 40, uO aud do width, worth up to
ooc. a yard; special at too. at the hcouo
Great tire sale of curtains Saturday,
July S3, at aiay x raoer, tiold avenue,
uext to Tint Citi.kn office.
Ben. Welller, representing Groes.lllack-
VICTORY ATNIPE BAY !
A Spanish Gunboat Soak and
the Fortifications Destroyed.
Cubio InsurfcnU Attack Surren
dered Troops and are Defeated.
Geo. Brooke d'TnosB4 of Troepi
Enreulc lo Porto Rico.
BIO I0T1L AT OALTIJTO BUtRtD.
Key Wet, Jnly 23 The I'nited Slate
gunboat Topek a, Amispolls, Yi ap and
lxyden silenced the Hpaninh fortiilca
Gone In Nips bay on the Northern eoasl
or the province or hantiago ds Cube on
Thtiisday, and sank the Spanish gunboat
Joan Jorge, whirh lay In the harbor.
Her crew escaped In small boats, nnder
t heavy Ore from th Leyden. Ths four
hip mentioned pounded th fort an
hour when the Spanish Hag wa hauled
down. The American did not lose a
man. The Spanish los ninst have been
The Wasp and Leyden being the small
est of the quartette, led the way, followed
ny the Annapolis, while the lopes,
which carried a heavier battery, brought
up the rear. The channel leading Into
(he harbor wa very narrow. On a bluff
to the right called Galory point, was a
tort and signal station. At th Ameri
can ship entered the Spaniards
were signaling In a lively fash
ion, apparently notifying the Span
ish ships In the harbor which
were the Jorge Juan (not Jnau Jorge),
two smaller gunboat and th armored
launch before mentioned. A th Waan
and Leyden rounded the point the fort
Bred a docen shots, none ot which, how
ever, fell near them. The Topeka re
turned the lire with three pounder. Al
most Immediately the Spaniards deserted
ths fort and ran, while the Topeka con
tinued to send shells Into them. Rllle
men on the beach returned the lire with
a few wild shots, but they too were quick
ly dispersed by the Topeka' smaller
guns. The Tooek also tired two tome-
does. A small fort to the left of the chan-
uel llred on the American ships, but wai
silenced as easily as the other.
aieanwuue ins r asp and ieyden had
taken up a position In the northwestern
portion ot the harbor and opened tire
across the water at Jorge Juan, which lay
to the southeast In trout of ths town of
Mayarl. Her position was about a mile
and a quarter from the beach Behind
her a tiiird fort stood on an eminence.
This fort opened on th Wan and ley
den. As the Annapolis and Topeka came
up the Spanish gunboat joined lu the
dght and a general battle followed. The
Topek anchored in the mldille liarbor,
about 4.0OU yards from the Jorge Jnnn.
and the other three American boats
drew up on either side and tormd a semi
circle. The American closed I u on the
Spanish ship, pouring In a destructive
Ure and on the fort behind.
The Topeka sent 4 Inch shells crashing
Into th Jorge Juan at snch a rate thai
she sank within twsuty minutes. Wheu
the tiring became heavy the olllcors aud
crew of the Spaniards put oft lu small
ooata and made tor the shore under a
heavy lire and escaped Into the wissts.
Two shots from the Topeka's bow gun
fired ou elevation of 4 00 yards, droiitied
xquare iuto the Mayarl fort and the
Spanish penuants dissappeared and a
white (lag was run up. This ended a
short but oue of the most vicious battles
of the war. The harbor was lound to be
well mined and two mines exploded, one
about lot) yards off the Toiieka's bows
aud the other 200 yards from bur port
Ths Jorge Juan was a three masted.
oue funnel ship ot P7d ton and I, loo
horse power, nhe was zo feet long, d
feet wide and 12 feet draft She carried
a crew ot 1-41 men. Her battery mas
heavier than the Topeka'. The cantain
ot the Topeka Is W. S. Cow lea, a brother-
lu law of Col. Roosevelt.
ALASKA ITKAMkK WKMK-D.
Th. VmmI etrurk a Kuuk and I a Total
Seattle, Wash , July 23. The steamer
Kalaiuszoo, built by a party from Ulctil
gan on Ltks Ben unit laxt winter, was
totally wrecked on Thirty allies river.
Only the upper works of the veseel can be
Heeu above the water. The pilot ran her
ou a rock aud a great hole wa toru In
the noltoui. 1 he steamer and outilt on
board will prove a total loss This Is ths
itecond steamer to come togrlef on Thirty
Miles river, arter successfully running
the dangerous n lilt Home rapids. The
river is full or rocks and the swift cur
rent makes steering hard. The other
wreck was the Iowa, but the moat valua
hie part of ber cargo aud machinery were
Muuiui.r llutel Uurnad.
Galveston, Texas. July 25. The Beach
hotel, located ou the Gulf frout, oue of
leading summer and winter resorts
houses In the south, burned to-day, en
NOW FOR IT
Gainsley's Annual Basket Sale.
Bargains in SHOES That You Cannot Duplicate.
BASKET No. I - Conuini Lad-i'Oxiordt
and i2 00, Bcl Price, li.
BASKET No. 2-ConUuuLdi' High
il.W and uu, aukxl rrict, l.i.
PASKET No. 3-Contiin. ChildW. Shoe., iit 1 1 1 ', to 2 that told lor $2.25, $2.00
and J1.7S, Birt Fric, oc
BASKET No. 4 -Contains Childrca'i Short, za 8' to II, thai told for $2.00, $1.75,
Jl.bO and l-S, Batlut frier, Vic.
BASKET No. 5 -CoaUini ChiUrco't Shoe
Wc, Batlut Price, 50c
'I hvv Roodx are bargaini .nd should U- .reo
JCLV Jijiti. Come ely and u-t thr t tnh e.
GEO. G. GAINSLEY
nail, usiutsa tallica
. H. E.
Corner 2d Ht. and Gold Ave.
CHIEF WATCH INSPECTOR 8ANTA FE PACIFIC R. R.
Railroad Watche Sold on easy Monthly Payments.
21 Jew'ie- wfiii-nu have )utt received an elegant line of
2land23IewedlUmpi J5 Wedding Ringt In Tiffany, Oval
17 Jeweled Hanultona , . .
17 Jeweled Elgin. Flat ihapc.
17 Jeweled Waliliarna. Fine Watch work, Stone Mounting and ar-
Fine Gold, Gold hilled, Snver , .
..j M..I.U ttttic en.ravin? promptly done.
lulling a lorn cf f r.O.OUt. W. K Hughe.,
of li.llns, Texaa, owned the building,
which was to have been opened August I.
to accommodate delegates to the state
democratic convention. Ths lire was
faiiMd by a defective electric light wire.
Ia. Hrwnkaand StefT
Chlckj titug. July 23. -lien Brooke
and stair left this afternoon on a soerlal
train for Newport New, whence they go
to rorio m co. in departure or Uen
Brooke l-aves Ma). Gn. J. K. Wade In
comment of Camp Tfniua.
COWASDLI 11 HAN.
TkaCrtw, WraU-ka Attack Mp.aLk Trans
Arter Th.lr aurranrir.
New V.: k. July aa. A dlpatch to the
Herald fiim Santiago via Port Antonio
says: "vreat excitement was canned at
Santiago to-day (Ihurmisy) by a story
nrotigni ny tne t uuane thai f ,t"U cu
ban I nr. gent compoHtngGarcla'i armv.
were r- in a nerce engagement with
3,000 .Ip" nlxh troop bound tor Santiago
to surrw der. Id the battle whirh took
place at a point several mile north ol
till city torty-onn Cohan were killed,
and th Cuban say many more were
wonnded The Spanieh Ion wa much
smaller. Nothing happening In this vi
cinity r-"utly has taken the American
otlltvr tid troop so completely by sur
prise as ihls battle. The Cubans are de
manding vengeance and cannot under
stand why the American do not annihi
late their Spanish prisoners of war."
aiiwar aaa kaao.
New fork, July 2:.-8llver. tU
New Tork, July H3. Coptwr, 0,i,o.
Judge Crampacksr rendered a decision
to day replete with interest to a great
many ot our cititens who are stockhold
ers In our building and loan association
which has contributed so greatly to the
prosperity of our city. Th territory
claimed from the Co operative Building
and Loan association taxes both on the
hares of stock Issued to Its stockholder
and alo upon the loan It had
made to Its borrowing member.
all the taxes claimed amounted to
fu.000. The court held that to tax the
share and to tax the capital Invested
wa double taxation and that Inasmuch
a the law required the shaieholder to
return the respective share held by them
for taxation, the Association could not
be taxed except upon It real estate. The
association had already paid It real es
tate tax and therefore the Jtidgui nt of
th court wa la favor ot ths dsfeudant.
IT) Is I an Important victory, as, If the
association had been held to double tax
ation, It and all similar lust Hut Ions,
would be compelled to go ont of business,
and la this particular Instance such a
result would be quite unfortunate, for 11
1 without doubt th case that thla asso
ciation ha been great factor lu our
The territory wa repressnted by Mr.
Klnlcal aud the association by Messrs
Collier A Marron.
Considerable conplaluts are heard from
people, who are In the city from a great
distance to give their testimony In cer
tain Indian depredation claim against
the government. They state that they
are unable to give In their testimony, on
account ot those taking evidence being
continually away from their cilice, aud
that they are kept In the city at a heavy
expeuse to lucuiseives.
George W. Smith will leave to-morrow
morning for Coyote canyon springs,
where tils daughter and Mr. 11. K.
Clouthler and children have been the
paet fsw days. Mr. Smith Is stiperin
tendeiit ot motive power of the Sauta Ke
A pressing invitation to all horn war
rior to meet at Zslger' Cafe this even
ing, by Qulckel & Rothe. The strategy
board has same fairy tale t tell, aud
again a grand free lunch will be nerved.
Mrs. W. T. McCrelght will leave for
Denver thla evening, being called there
very unexpectedly by a telegram. She
will probably bs abvut a week or ten
The full particular of the two big
battle near Santiago da Cuba recently
will be reviewed In graphic language at
Zsiger' cafe this evening. K very body
T. K. Culley left this afternoon for
Camp Whitcomb. where he will remain
We have a full Hue of Mexican hats
from 16 cent to it each. Leon B. Stern
Leon B. Stern & Co. have a Due line ol
men's shoe at popular prices.
in bUck and tan that nld for $2.50, $2.25
Short black and tin, that told for $4.00,
, urn 5 to 8 that told for $1.25, $1.00 and
to te Sjrec-lttrd. Sale tt-i" MONDAY
& G0. .
Krllable Hlioa Dealer.,
22 S. Second St.
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The Sixth Day of Our Memorable
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One of our main attraction for TODAY will be the second and last installment of
Ladies' and Children's Aluslin Underwear.
This lot comprises by far the
Another irem of interest will
B. ILFELD & CO., Props.
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Gold Band Breakfast Bacon.
Gold Band Chip Beef.
Gold Band Boiled Ham.
Rwton Boautle Markarxl.
New stock ot Brick and American
We expct to-morrow Iniportel 8wl
If you want to put np fruits ue our
llttlns A Co. Pickling Vln'gar.
We have 10 varieties of at oca and Java
ColT(, from SO oeots to CO emits per
Our toek of Oroeerle Is complete ami
our prints the lowest.
The Jaffa Grocery Co.
it SOt T 11 SRCOND STREET.
Will, the porter formerly of W. W.
Hutler'a barber shop, will be found pol
IhIiIuk hoe In any ty)e at (in Tlielln'
utiop on Heooud itreet after to-morrow.
A. K. Walker, and father, R. H.
Walker, who were at the Jemei hot
uprlngH, the paat tu day. returned to the
rlty late yeHterday afternoon In the
JohiiHUm A aloore s stage. They had a
John Oreeowald, Jr, aon ot th Socorro
nutir millnr, came to from the north lant
ulgh and continued south to Howrro thU
morulug. tie ba beo atteniUns; a com
mxrclal college of Kanaaa City the pant
All Pattern 10 and 15c
Tlio Boat l!gb.tod Store
Our Saturday Night.
I Men's Summer Underwear.
Regular price 50c a Suit, only ltc a Garment.
Men's Mixed Underwear,
Regular price 75c a Suit, only 20c a Garment.
i Men's Sock's, full regular made,
Regular 15c goods, only 10c each.
Boy's Cotton Sweaters,
Special tonight, only M)c
I Boy's Knee Pants,
Special tonight, only 12 Jc.
t Boy's Washable CalicoJATaists,
o Sizes 4 to 14, tonight only 10c each.
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finest Ilfeld Bros, had in this line.
be a new line n'
Shirt Waists from 5 Cents up.
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THE SULPHUR SPRINOS
WASON & TRIMBLE, Props.
Th bat equipped tri-weckly four-horx Uf la the SouthwaU From Tboro
toa to th lamou Sulphur Sprinn in tb tmti Mountain. Lea v. Thorotoa
Tuadaya. Tbundayi and Saturday! at 8 a. m. arrtv at Bland 12 Boom Uav
Bland at 1 d m. and arrlv at Sulchun at 5 D. m. Stac return from Sutchur
on Monday, Wcdnradayi and Friday.
oay can wftaa aunaay in to mountain.
Round Trip Tickets for Sals by
W. L. TRIMBLE &
E. J. POST & CO.,
We Carry a Full Line of Buckeye Mower Repairs. Thomas All-Stecl
Easy Dump Hay Rakes. ' Milburn and Studcbaker Wtfoos
Write ior Prices. Mail orders given prompt attention.
VISITORS STOP AT
THE GRAND CENTRAL,
N. T. Armljo Building:.
. O.utrally Ijootct Sot!.
Railroad Aveuue, Albuquerqae,
See Window Display.
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CO., - Albuquerque
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Day as Recd-ed
In the Olt'v.
well .V Co., Is now oer lu the vt title Oaks
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