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The Dally Citizen,
Hat tha Uteil telegram
and reaches Hi rradere
earlier than . . ,
All War Newt
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ALBUUUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 25, 1898
American Vessels Not to be
Landed in That Kingdom.
The Cubans Think American Silver
Is a Depreciated Coin.
Col. Roosevelt Ssys Be Will Take Rough
Riders to farls Exptsliloa.
ntiKi or illihois coal miriii
Madrid, July 23. According to a dis
patch from Cadis to the Imparclal, ad
vices from Tangier say that the foreign
minister of Morocco declares that If
the. Americana enter Moroccan ports they
will be notified to leave Id twenty-lour
hour, and It they refuse Morocco will
place hentelf under the protection of the
powers. Feace probabilities are anxiously
canvassed at Tangier since the arrival of
the United States consul, and the die-
patch adds that the belief Is Increased
that the I'nlted State does not Intend to
deprive Hpaln of anything but the An
MONEY FOR TUB TROOI'l.
Bhartar'a Army Will anon KM! Two
Washington. July 26.-MaJor SnIITen,
of the pay corps, will sail from New York
to-morrow on the Olivette for Santiago,
accompanied by three paymasters, who
will begin the payment of troops. A tel
egram baa been received from Hen. Shat
ter requesting that gold and paper be
sent to Santiago, as tradesmen there re
fuse to accept American silver dollars at
par value, and rate them at 60 cent on
the dollar, like Mexican dollars and the
dollars of South American countries. It
Is not known that any orders will be
sent to Shatter, although the suggestion
has been made that American money
should not be allowed to be questioned
by the countries occupied by l ulled
principal excitement was at theSprlng
slde mine. Sheriff Coburn and a force of
armed deputies were guarding the shaft.
The union miners and their wives
congregated on the roads leading to the
mine. The only men who entered the
pit were seven who reside on the Kprlng
slde company's property fifty yards from
the shaft where they are guarded day
Washington, July 25. President Mc
Klnley has disposed finally of the pro
posed third call for troops. He announced
to Comptroller of the Currency Dawee
that It would not be necessary to Increase
the present number of volunteers. With
the regular army and the volunteers now
in the Held he suid that the cabinet con
sidered the army sufficiently large to
cope with all the questions not yet dis
The armies of occupation for Porto
Rico and the Philippines are practically
made up, and there Is left In the volun
teer camps m sufficient number of men
to meet all possible emergencies. The
( uotas of the various states under the
second call have beeu filled, he said.
Unn Lll Going Horn.
San Francisco, July 2o. Ki Queen
Lllluokalanl, attends! by her physician.
Dr. Kuglieh, of Washington, aud Mr. and
Mrs. Ilelelueke, has arrived from Wash
ington, en route to Honolulu. The party
will leave on the Oaelie to morrow for
the Hawaiian Islands.
Battle Creek. Mich.. July 25. W. P.
Merrill, a Milwaukee millionaire, one of
the oldest residents of that city, died here
to-day of heart disease, while on a visit
to his son, D. I). Merrill. The deceased
was 82 years of age.
Will ILIaa tha Colon.
New York, July 25. Lieutenant Rich
mond P. Hobsou returned to the city to
day, after a second visit to Washington
since landing here Friday morning.
While iu Washington he again conferred
with Secretary Long concerning the sav
ing of the Cristobal Colon. I'pon his re
turn to this city he weut to the office of
the Iterritt A Chapman Wrecking and
Derrick company to complete prepara
tlons tor righting aud preeervlug the
I) I HO H DISK IN SPAIN.
MolM In tha I'ro.lni.a I)lj lha Civil
Paris, July 25. Private letters from
Madrid tnj internal disorders In the
Spanish provinces continue. Some dem
onstratious have taken place at Oranada,
supposed to be due to the opposition
manifested towards the octroi tux and
loyal disputes, but In view ot the rigor
ous censorship on all questions of public
order it Is difficult to ascertain the facts
At ftargaria province, Barcelona, a mob
recently fired on the gen d'armee, and an
armed band, mild to have beeu co i posed
of jail-birds, has appeared at Baueo and
Valdorua. Thus far the efforts ot the
authorities to capture them have been
Rnoarvelt Hough Klilera Will lo I'arla.
Wichita, Kan., July III a letter
received here from Sergeant W. T. Pal
mer of Troop I), Rough Riders, dated In
the treuches before Santiago on July ft,
Palmer says that Colonel Roosevelt was
much elated with the good light his men
put up on July 1 and 2, and promised bis
men that he would take the entire regl
insnt to the Paris exposition In law at
his own expense It they keep up their
good fighting record.
SPANISH SOLDI V HI SI KHtMlIK.
Mnvrral Thouaaud or Toral'a Army Lay
lown Ttiatr Anna.
Santiago de Cuba, July 'Jo. Colonel
Rosill arrived here yesterday from Gen
eral Pareja, military governor of Ouan
tanamo, to ascertain from General Toral
If the report of the capitulation was true
As the result of Toral's answer, C,mki
Spanish troops at (iuantauamo surren
dered and laid down their arms. Lieuten
ant Miley, ot Shatter's staff, has returned
from Pulma, Soriano and Ban Luis, where
he received the surrender and arms of
3.100 men, of whom 3,005 are Spanish
soldiers to be deported. All the surren
dred troops are suffering from disease
1 1 i
Tarma of faaoa.
London, July 8f. A special from
Madrid says that the Spanish govern
ment baa drawn up a message for Wash
ington, preparatory to dlscussiug terms
Mill Mluook Output.
Sun Kranclsco, July 25. A letter from
Rampart City, in the Little Mini ok db -trict
in Alaska, places the output of nine
claims for the season at 11H,W0.
Striking Coal Mlnara.
Paua, III., July 25. To day there was a
renewal ot hostilities between the coal
operators and the union miners. The
London, July 25. A special from
Shanghai says that four Russian men of-
war left Port Arthur, and It Is supposed
that their destination is the Philippine
I'acallar Aorttlant at Raton.
Machinist Apprentice Andrew Jolly
met with a painful accident at Raton.
While getting off ot train No. 32 he acci
dentally stepped on a liose rati lying by
the side of the track, causing It to turn
over cn his foot. Four toes were mashed ;
one so badly that it had to be amputated.
UKAII MY THE TRACK.
Tha Mfelaaa Itorir or Carl Danrlng round
on Thuratlajr Morning.
Last Thursday morning a track-walker
found the lifeless body ot a well-dressed
youug man on the rocks about a quarter
ot a mile north ot town, close by and on
the east side of the track. Aa Investiga
tion resulted la the discovery that his
skull had been crushed and both legs
broken, but he was easily recognized by
Mr. W. M. Atkinson, as a brother ma
chinist, who formerly worked with Mr.
Uockett at Tampiuo, Mexico, aud until a
few days ago was employed in the Santa
Ke PactQe shops at Albuquerque.
Tbe deceased, Mr, Hockett and two
other machinists quit the Tampico rail
road shops on the l'.Hh of last April, and
a few days ago the unfortunate youug
man sent word to Mr. Hockett that he
would soon visit him in San Marclal; and
he was carrying out his promise wheu
neam overlook mm. on his person was
found f 15 lu money, a letter from his
mother, dated front Fredonia, N. Y., and
aWells-Fargo receipt for :0 in Ainer
lean money, forwarded to his mother
from C. P. Ulaz. Mexico.
Coroner McCjuillln held an Inquest over
the remains, and a verdict was returned
that the deceased came to his death by
falling or Jumping from the cars. The
body was taken In charge by W. G. Lane,
who provided a neat casket, and tbe
fuueral took place the same afternoon,
being attended by nearly all of the shop
force, a number of train men and cltl
tens. Rev. A. II. Sutherland delivered a
short address and an eloquent prayer at
the grave, and the last earthly act of
human kindness wus performed over the
remains of Carl Deuriug.
The young man was highly respected
by bis comrades aud was a member In
good standing ot Lodge 240, International
Association of Machinists, at Potosl, Mex
Ico. The pall bearers were W. M. Atkln
son, J. Hogg, Wm. Hill, Frauk Hockett,
Win. Beck and Francis Wilson. Several
lloral tributes adorned the casket. San
Albuquerque has an Inventive genius
whose powers are not particularly In
cllned to Hour mills aud that Is Charley
Mausard. He bus Just Introduced one of
the cutest patents Imaginable, and a few
drops of seltzer powders can twister the
Invention Into a perfect attitude,
It was Introduced this after
noon at elgers Cafe, and
Capt. Hubb Leeds wus very particular
In describing its most Interesting and
vital complications. Messrs Qulckel A
Bolbe state as a fact that the invention
has no equal, and that it cannot be du
plicated unless operated by very smooth
The painting, decorating, etc., of the
inside of the church of Immaculate Con
ceptton, on north Sixth street, Is pro
gressing nicely under the personal super
vision of C. A. Hudson, contractor
painter. K. B. Cristy Is the architect,
aud Rev. Manduluri Is around seeing
that the work Is being done according to
Sampson's Official Report to be
Navy Department Buys a Floating
Dry Dock at New York.
Don Carlos, tbe Spanish freteoder, Ar
rive I In SwPcrlaad.
aaaioAD miigit iatii iiitoied.
Washington, July 25. Official reports
concerning naval operations oft the east
coast ot Cuba, culminating In the de
struction of Cervera's fleet will be made
public by the navy department tomor
row afternoon, for publication In the
newspaper on Wednesday morning. A
statement to this effect was made by
Secretary Long to-day.
Honghl llry Dock.
Washington, July 25 Chief Kudlcott
of the bureau of vards and dock has
Just returned to the navy department
from New York, where he succeeded In
arranging for the purchase by tbe gov
ernment of a floating dry dork, a naval
adjunct very much needed at this time.
The dock Is capable ot lifting veesels up
to 2,200 tons displacement, whlcb will
bring within Its scope most of the gun
boats ot Sampson's fleet and a large
number of auxiliary veesels. It will be
first sent to Key West.
New Turk, Jnly 25 In a letter to a
prominent official here Captain William
llrakley of the refrigerating and supply
ship Port Victor, says that a box contain
ing thirty pounds ot dynamite and gun
otton was found on the main deck of the
steamer. A clock like machine had been
arranged by which the explosive were
ti be set oil. The box and explosives
were thrown Into the sea.
Fralght Katoa Roatoratt.
Chicago, July 25. All freight rates
were reetoryl to normal tariff to day on
the western roads, ending a rate war in
which millions of dollars were recklessly
thrown away. For twelve mouths the
rate In all parts of the territory west of
Chicago have been badly demoralized.
Luzerne, Switzerland, Jnly 25. Don
Carlos, pretender to the Bpaulsh throne.
has arrived here with bis wife and aide
Stalling Train Kaat unit Wcat or Colo
rado Mtata Una.
Toeka, July 25. Grasshoppers are
stalling trains In eastern Colorado aud
western Kansas. This is not a grass
hopper story, but a fact disagreeable to
Last night two sections of the Rock
Island fast eastbound freight train were
delayed for almost an hour uear the
Kansas line by grasshoppers. For miles
the steel rails were covered with the
insects, aud the mashing ot their bodies
uuder the wheels ot the train had the
same effect as soap would have had. It
made the rails so slippery that the drlv
ing wheels ot the engines simply spnn
round aud round without the big ma
chines making any progress.
riHK AT HAN MAHCIAL.
Thc luccru of our Special Bargain In JWatche last week induce
ut to offer another. V'c have jutt received a lupply oi full Jeweled
115 Jewel i Nickeled Movements, abtolutely accurate timekeepera.
It have tilted theie In Warranted Gold filled
Caet and oiler them complete (or
Only a dozen of them on hand.
I-' olf.r LAOIbS' WATCMIS al Willi CI D PUICES lor a I I W DAYS.-)
H Leading Jeweler,
Albuquerque. N. M
Tha Hau Manila! Ilouao Wload Out ol
Last night about 8:15, the blowing of
enitiue whistles, the llring ot revolvers
aud the shouts of excited people, an'
nouueed the presence ot a conflagration
lu town. The iUmes that were bursting
from the upper frout windows of the
San Marclal House told of Its location
No oue for a moment thought of at
tempting to save the large flimsy struct
ure, almost the tlrst building erected in
San Marclal. aud after removing the
contents of the bedroom ot the lessee, F,
C. helniuu, and the personal effects ot a
tew others, the attention ot the citizens
and of the railroad hose company, which
uromutlv nut In an appearance, was
centered ou saving the butldlugs border
lug the doomed structure.
The heat was Intense aud heroic meas
ures were necessary to save the residence
of Dr. Alex Crulkshuuk, the rear build
lugs ot the blocks occupied by F. C. Set
man, A. H. Kly, Boueiu A Co., Leo Loew
eustein, W. H. Kremis and other tenants.
Several limes these buildings were no
ticed lu flames, but a Rood supply of
water was well utilized by the hose com
nan v. and aside from charred doors aud
wludows, aud losses sustained to goods
and personul effects hastily removed, the
destruction of the hotel, the property of
Wilson Waddinghaui, was the chief re
suit of the blaze.
W. 11. Wilton removed his furniture
from the hotel only a few days ago, aud
the sleeping apartments of the building
had but few tenants. The greater pur
tion of the furniture destroyed belonged
to the owner ot the hotel, although some
loss has been sustained by Mr. Seluian
the lesnee. In the furniture and clothing
l)r. Cruickshauk Is considerable of a
loser, while Leo I,oewunteiu suffered
likewise, but his damage is covered by
Sain Lung, F. C. Selinau, Mrs. Nellie
Miller aud others partially removed their
goods into the street, and are losers
thereby to a greater or less extent. The
orgiu of the tire Is In doubt. Sail Mar
that Induced this man to volunteer. It
may have been from a sense of his patri
otic duty i nevertheless It was mistaken
This case calls to mind a nnmlier
of similar Instances where men with
families of young children and a
helpless wife who were dependent
upon them, have enlisted and gone
to the present war. Poseibly these
families are provided for by bind
friends, but not by the one who
should provide for them, for be can not,
with the paltry pay of a private.
They have, in their enthusiasm and
thirst for adventure, forgotten their
duly. The call for volunteers should not
appeal to them, from the fact that there
are hundreds of thousands ot young moo
n the I'nited Stales ready and eager to
go to the war, who would not leave de
pendent one at home.
We might conceive of circumstances
that should call a man to war at the o
rlllce of everything else, even home ties.
nit at the risk ot betug called unpatrl
itlc, we repeat, we do not believe It has
reached that extreme yet Dona Ana
'outity R. publican.
IIIILII. 114 II MEN.
rhry frlatar lha Aatlar Raloon and Claau
Out All lha Montr In sight.
The boldest robber; ever committed In
I .as Vegas weut to record last night.
AtMiut IH.iKi two masked men entered the
club room of F. M. Johnson's saloon, the
Antlers, and robbed the tallies aud went
through those present, the same being
six lu uumlier, three beside the regular
employes of the place.
One ol the men was tall ami one snori.
the tail man having only his mouth and
chin covered with a handkerchief, while
the short man had a black mask, which
covered his nose, as well as the lower
part of the face. The tall man entered
by the east door of the room, the on
which leads into I lie saloon, wnne tne
small one entered from tbe rear or west
door. Kach had bis pistol In hand, and,
at their command, the six Inmates lined
up along the south wall, barks to the
rohber and bauds extended towards the
the tall man did all the talking, and
was evidently an American. The short
man held bis peace. While the long man
covered those in the room, the short mau
weut Into the bar, took two gold watches,
which were to tie rallied, tisik the cash
from the bar drawer and whatever was
iu the safe. He then returned Into the
club-room and drew down on tbe men
agalust the wall, while the long man
rohlied the tables, putting the money Into
a sack which they had gotten In the bar
room. Vi hen that was Unlhbed Johnson
and Stewart were thoroughly searched
and all valuables taken, Inducting
Johnson's valuable and beautiful dia
moud ring. The other four were
merely asked what they had, their
va'tou pnckels b.Mng tapped on the
outside. The robbers refused to take
the few dollars of stiver lu any man's
pocket, saying that they hnd all of that
kind of money they could run y. when
through, they commanded the men to
stand where they weie, till the robbers
had reached their horses, and then
hacked out of tbe back door and disap
peared In the darkness ot the night.
The men at once started in pursuit,
but no traces of the rohliers could be
found, although a large number of citi
zens ultimately Joined in the effort. The
losses of Mr. Johnson are put at l,(mo or
mote, which about takes ail that he had.
I his morning he sold the saloon to Shau
Roads, who will at once take posssston
There Is great mvstery connected with
the perpetrators of tills act, but even
greater mysteries have lieen solved be
The ahove article Is clipped from the
Las Vegas Optlo of last Saturday. City
Marshal McMlllun received a telegram last
Saturday from Hllarlo Romero In regard
to the robbery, and a later telegram told
the marshal to watch out for the pro
prietor of the place, F. M. Johnson. The
marshal started to Investigate and dis
covered that Johnson was on the south
Ixmnd train Saturday night, but got off
at I.amy Junction. The marshal received
information to-day that Johnson was
captured In Santa Fe yesterday. John
son Is accused of being the robber, or
rather the principal mover lu the robbery,
ami, it Is said, paid over a certain amount
ot the alleged stolen money.
GOING TO PORTO RICO
Gen. Brooke Will Join Gen. Miles
at San Joan.
Two Yellow Fcrer Immune Regi
ments on Way to Santiago.
Muck peace Talk In the English and
FUST WAI 10HDI USUIO.
Washington, July 25. Major General
Broi,ke, commanding the First Corps of
the army will sail from Newport News,
to Join Miles at Porto Rico. He will em
bark on the St. Louis and as he will pro
ceed without waiting for the whole ot
bis command he should arrive (T Porto
Rico on Friday or Saturday. The de
tartmenthas no doubt that Miles Is off
Porto Rico and if all the did ni In of the
expedition are moving with precision
there Is every reason to believe that the
troops will all be ashore before the end
of the week.
(1. II. Brainard and wife aud Mrs. Stir
ling, who came here from Delta, Iowa, to
witness the Lltbgnw-Bendle marriage,
and since that time have visited the stir
rounding points of interest, will leave
this evening for the north. It is possible
they will pay their respects to the Omaha
exposition before reaching their home at
A. P. Buck, the sheep buyer of
Vegas, Is In the city to day.
INDICATIONS or I'KACK.
ThaUnaan Krgant of Spain Nald lobe Aon
loua to Stop tha War,
Madrid. July 25. A correspondent of
the Associated Press had an lutereettng
conversation with a person occupying a
high position In the queen regent's
household. He said that the quarrel be
tween Spain and the I nlted States la
enucn easier ot adjustment than Is gen
erally believed. The queen regent nat
urally has eudeavored to avoid war and
also deeirea IU honorable ending. She
is quite alive to the force of public opln-
3ti. ne adiieo: "in present govern
ment will not Initiate peace, but a mod
IKsd eabluet headed by Sennr Gamazo
minister of public Instruction) will Con
clude negotiations aud then retire and
General Polvleja with a combination In
cluding Seuor Silvela aud General Cam
pos will reorganize the country. Kvery-
body considers that Spain should treat
direct with the Americans, whose prac
tical good sense will prevail over spread
The Spaulsh government. It Is said, will
propose an armistice for the purpose of
discussing the terms upon which peace
c j be arranged.
t'uhaa laaurganta Warnad.
New York. July 25. A dispatch to the
World from Santiago says: The insur
gent forces left the American camp and
have gone twenty miles Into the luterlor.
They have been warned, under threat of
extreme penalty, not to molest Spanish
residents or return to the old system of
briKundage. There were fifty funerals
yesterday ot refugees who died as a re
sult of the scarcity of food at KI Caney.
Sautiago Is still short ot food and the
street are full of beggars.
Viral War Rouria Shipped.
Washington, July 25 A treasury state
ment shows about 3h,(Mii persons to
whom bonds under the government's
popular loan will be allotted. All per
sons offering to take 1,5U0 or lees will
receive bonds. The first shipments of the
new bonds were made to day.
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OOO and 007
Your opportunity has arrived to supply
yourself with the liiicst lino of footwear
- at ridiculously low prices. Former Fire
ar r 0 ar r tr V tr ar tv r r g y f trf
at, 0t. ,, U V
Salo Prices discounted. On account of the enormity of our
stock and in order to display samo to advantage, wo are
prevented at this salo from selling other than Ladies and
Men's Shoes, but will inform the public at a later dato when
the salo of Misses', Boys' and Children's Shoes will take
place. IJy all means wait for these bargains.
B. ILFELD&CO., Props.
t l t 4 4
fallow Pavar Immiinaa.
New Orleans, Iji., July 25, Col. Bun
can B. Hoods' regiment of immune, who
have been In camp at Covington several
weeks, arrived here to day. Colonel
Hlche' I mm ones, from'Teias, arrived on
Similar. Both these regiments will be
taken to Sautiago by the big transport
Berlin, now taking on stores tor the ei
peditlon. Itaady for tha Taltla.
Boneless Boiled Hum, Minced Ham.
Head Cheese, Blood Suusuge, Summer
Sausages full cured, Pressed Pigs' Feet.
Also a new line of the finest imported
Sardiues. San Jose Mahkkt.
It Is now learned that F. K. Sturges,
who left last Saturday night for Santa
Ke, expects to be absent from tbe city
for some days. After a short stay at the
territorial capital, he will visit the
Cocbitl mining district, where he Is In
tereeted In the development of tbe
NOW FOR T
Gainsley's Annual Basket Sale,
IJarjcains in SHOES That You Cannot Duplicate.
A sad seiiiel to the enlistment and de
parture of Company I) was the attempted
, suicide of Mrs. C. S. Bradt, lu Kl 1'aso,
! wife of one of the soldiers who left with
that company from here Monday morn
ing. She became despoudeiit at being
left alone with a young sou and attempted
to destroy her life with a vial of chloro
form. He do uot know all the motives
BASKET No. I Contains Ldu" Oxford in black and Un tlut told fur MM, $2JS
xni U 00, Bukcl Price, $1.25.
BASKET No. 2 - ConUim Ladict' High Sbocu black and tan, that told for KOO,
il.M and $3.00, Badttt Price, $l.7i.
BASKET No. 3 -Contain Children'. Short, iui 1 1 1 , to 2 that told for $2.25, J2.00
and $1.75, Bad"! Price, Bc.
B A.SKET No. 4 Ccniauu Children! Shoet, tizet 8'i to II, thai told for $2.00, $1.75,
$1.50 and $1 .25, Basket Price, 7.
BASKET No. 5 Containt Children! Shoe , tim 5 to 8 that told for $1 .25, $1.00 and
90c. Basket Frice, 50c
I liri., kimm! are l.aigam. anil kIioiiUI l-at rn In I apprrt nli-,1. e hrgm. )nnu.i
J I Ll ut'j. Ci.nn-rally aii.l ut-t thr ln'ii e.
GEO. G. GAINSLEY & GO,
HAIL, UMItKKat .IVttSJ AHitriL,
Kellnble Shoe Dealrn.
122 S. Second St.
ATTK.SJ I III
H. E. FOX,
Cold Band Bam.
Gold Band ImlM Bacon.
Gold Band Chip Beef.
Gold Band Boiled Ham.
Boston Beauties Mackerel.
New stock of Brick and American
We expect to-morrow Importel Swiss
If you want to put np fruits nee our
Helm A Co. Pickling Vinegar.
We have 10 varieties of Mora and Java
Coffees, from SO cent to 50 cents per
Our stock of Groceries Is complete and
our prices the lowest.
Tbe Jaffa Grocery Go.
MS SOUTH Bt'.COND STKIiRT.
TMG SULPHUR SPRINGS
WASON & TRIMBLE, Propa.
The beat equipped trr-weekly four-hone dan In the Southwest. From Thorn
ton to the ftmoua Sulphur Spring! in the Jcracj Mountain. Leave Thornton
Tueadayi. Tburtdayt and SaturdMa at 8 a. en. arrive at Bland 12 nooni leave H
Bland at 1 p. m. and arrive at Sulphurs at 5 p. m. Stag returns from Sulphurs H
on nionaaya, weonraaayi ana rnuyt, r an lea icavuif rviDuqucrquc cat aaiui
day caa spend Sunday in the mountaina.
Round Trip Tickets for Sale by
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO., - Albuquerque
E. J. POST & CO.,
Ublraca Orala Market.
Chicago. July a3.-Wheat July, 74;
Corn July, Uo'.O; Sept., So1;.
New York. July SB. Money on call
nominally lRl'f per cent. Prime,
mercantile paper, H1 per cent.
SIlTar aad latat.
New York. July 26. Silver,
New York, July V. Copper, lOjo.
We Carry Full Line of Buckeye Mower Repair. Thomas
fcjuy Dump Hay Kates. Mil born and dtudebaker
Write for Prices. Mail orders given prompt attention.
VISITORS STOP AT
THE GRAND CENTRAL.
N. T. Annljo llulldlng.
Oanaitraxlly Xjio-ia.tad XX
All Pattcrna 10 and 15c
Filled Same 5!
Day as Received- in
20 1 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. 51.
Tlio Boot XL1p;lxtocl Storo xx tho Oltv-
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lj ji xice, Clean, rresn siock. jut nuyer in new 1 orit naa already snipped us some fall Mi
V Hoods and we must make room for them. Every dollar gets its value almost doubled in the fol- M
lowing bargains we now offer you.
S II IHT WAISTS.
Bee Window Display The remainder of our etot k
of all colored siiirl waNK in nil hi,im from 'A'i to
VI, go In this sale ut ouly Due. Iteuiemher the
price, only o"c
Ma 'e of white duck, while
pick at only
they lust, take
Vi pieces of white, checked and striped Nainsooks, to
clear up stock, regular IK! goods, tuke your pick
for ouly oca yard.
LAWNS AND OPUANPIES
2o pieces, sold regularlr up to i'H- a yard,
your choice of any lu the lot, pr yard, only
Corner 1 St. and Gold Ave.
CHIEF WATCH INSPECTOR 8ANTA FE PACIFIC R.
21 leweled Elgina
21 jeweled Valthama
21 and 23 leweled tiampdena
17 Jeweled lUmiltont
17 leweted Elpna
17 jeweled Walthame,
Fine Gold, Gold Killed, Silver
and Nwkie rate.
Sold on easy Monthly Payments.
We have just received an elegant line of
18k Wedding Rings in Tiffany, Oval
and Flat shapes.
Fine Watch work. Stone Mounting and ar
tiitic engraving promptly done.
M0 flr'erx S i!"ltwl nn. M tl i l Ion ' n . r
I line ot Ladies' Hark Tan liose, regular
double heel and toe, all sizes, special at . . .
1 Hue of Indies' Seamless Striped Hose,
H'lerf at Colors, xpeclHl al
3 lines of Infant' and Ml"' Hose, full regular
made cotton hose, double knees, double heel and
toes, fine ribbed, alo Llnle thieud, colors, tan
chocolate aud oxbluod; li'gulur 'Z.'o hote, special
to cloee out l"c
A full, regular I. inle lliwe, In all sizes, regular
price loc per pair, In tint sale only l"o
Another lot ot fancy stock ribbon, all nunitier
i ii ribliuus, and worth lu regular way troui &o to
a yard, spt t-ial price to clean them out, per
Aliout 40 pairs of Ladies' Oxfords, colors. Tan,
oxblood and black; ttiene good. are worth up to $i
a pair; special price to clear them out, per pair,
Shoe, eies 12 to 2; uleiut 30 pairsall sixes black;
to clear them out, per pair, ouly i'Je
See W indow Dlnplay. Boys' Knee Pants, ages 4
to II, summer weight, to clear them out, per pair
For hoys agee 4 to II, made ot fa.-( colors, shirt
ing prints; to cloee tin in out, each, inc.
Cieiitrf' Balbriggiin Shirts aad drawers,
lur iiiV kiud, npi'dal at
A fancy mixed blue and white, al-o tan and
ulnte, nhlrtrt and drawers, the 7oc kind, special at