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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 26, 1098.
SUNK A MOAT!
Spanish Grossly Disregard the
Terms of Surrender.
Predicted That tbe Spanish at Hoi
rain Will Soon Surrender.
Pesce Propositions Officially Proposed
HAITI DEMANDS OR COLOMBIA.
flaantanamo Bay, Jul; 2d. The 8pao'
lard last night mink the Spanish gun
boat Sandoval lying noar Caimanera,
This U looked opoa as a gross breach of
the terms of surrender, especially eon
slderlng the fast that food had been Rent
by the I'd I tod State nary Into Calmane-
Klrst Serjeant of Marine Kinnle, of
the New York, went north yesterday
evening on the Teiaa to get hi commis
sion m second lieutenant of marine.
Tble I almost the only euch promotion
on record In this branch of the service.
The Montgomery left yesterday evening,
It Is dltilcult to see bow the large party
of Spanish troop at Holgulu ran fall to
surrender very soon, although reinforced
by Spanish troop from Glbara. Holguln
I one of the commanding point of east
ern Cuba, and the surrender of ita garrl
eon will be an Important event. Neas
from there I eipected shortly, and upon
It will depend aome of the plan of our
The Vixen and Suwanee returned to
Santiago yesterday convoying prize ship
brought here for disinfection. The main
body of the fleet Is coaling here and
cleaning a well a the facilities of the
bay will permit
The Texas will leave for New York
shortly to nndergo repair. Movement
of other chip under Hear Admiral Sump
sou's command, except those engaged In
the Fork) Klco expedition depend op the
decisions of the authorities at Washing'
ton. The Impression is growing among
naval omcars of high rank In these
waters that It Is not advisable to send a
fleet to Spain without thorough prepar
atlon, Including going Into dry dock In
Col. Kwers, who was sent by General
Shatter to rec Ive the surrender of live
thousand Spanish troop at Uuuntunamo,
arrived here Sunday night with two of
General Torsi's ofllcere and proceeded to
Caimanera aud Guantauamo yesterday.
The colonel expected to return lust
ulght. It I said that 1,700 bpaulsh
troop at Guuntauamo district are ou the
A bulletin just inssuid In regard to lb
vestigatlon of the uav)'s boiuliurdment
of Santlugo de Cuba, says: "Twenty
houses were completely wrecked and one
house burned. Sixteen 8 Inch shells
struck within three blocks ou the Culle
dt Marian. These excavated ground to
a depth of aliout four leet and about ten
feet lu length. The stnt was iiiHCada-
mixed. It is Judged from the fact that
many of tliein Hlruik Lear the water's
edge that a uuinber of hln lls mut have
gone Into the bay. Army idl'icere have
stated that thirly or forty went beyond
the northern edge of the bay luto th
SpanlnU Hues. A di t-H or more
of the shells hail not exploded.
Ia four the base l.ad been simply
blown out. One four Inch shell, which
was probably stiay shell tired during
the demonstration at Aguailores ou July
1, hn.d gone thiougb a tree and exploded
In the ground beyond. When the severe
effect of the eight-inch shells Is consid
ered it is a matter of congratulation tliat
It was not necessary to continue the
bombardment longer and Ore thirteen
inch sheels.aa the squadron had prepared
to do. The effect of these would un
doubtedly have been morst disastrous to
Italy's llamaud. an Culomtila.
Home, July 2tl. Admiral Candlanl.lt
U announced in a dispatch from Cartha
gnus, Colombia, formally demanded on
Stturday that the Colombian government
accept President Cleveland's award in the
Cerruti case In its eutirety aud guarantee
its full execution. The italiau admiral
Insists upou a deUnlte reply In tweuty
days. Meanwhile the Italian warships
will visit other Colombian ports.
I'EACB Jtt.l.OTl ATIOM.
Actual rmpuMli falit to II I'uiUr Dl
euMlou at Washington.
Washington, July 2tf. There Is reason
to believe that at last initial steps have
been taken for opening negotiation for
peace. At this moment it is Impoesible
to learn the details of the project or
even obtain otllcial confirmation.
Secretary of State Day, the Freuch am
bassador, M. Caiubon, aud his first secre
tary, M. Thlebaut, are In conference with
the president- The interview was ar
ranged between Secretary liny and Secre
tary Thlebaut. It was still in progress
at 4 o'clock. Tbe conference, it is be
lieved, refers to peace negotiations, but
no particulars yet obtainable.
The conference of the Krench ambas
sador and Secretary Day with President
McKlnley lasted an hour. When the
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partis to It were asked If the conference
brought out a peace proposal the ques
tion significantly was unanswered.
The following official statement is
made: The Krench ambassador, on tie
half of the government of Spain and by
direction of the Spanish minister of for
eign affairs presented to President Mc
Klnley this afternoon, at tbe White
house, a message from the 8panlt.li gov
ernment looking to a termination of the
war and the settlement of terms of
Secretaries Day, Alger and Long are in
conference with the president as a se
quence to Ambassador Cambon's call.
Spain's communication presented by
Ambassador Camhon is general In
terms and does not make any distinct
propositions as to Cuba, the Philippine
or any other possession. It Is simply a
request that peace negotiations be
opeued. No armistice is proposed. Afler
Caiubon submitted the proposal, general
talk followed between blm. President
McKlnley, Secretary Day and M. Thle
baut. The president reserved bis
answer, an understanding being
reached that he would at once lay
the subject before the cabluet and
then Invite Caiubon to another confer
ence at tbe white bouse when a final
answer will be given a to the willing
nes of this government to open nego
tiation. The manner in which peace
negotiations shall be conducted In rase
the l ulled States accept Spain's tender
ha not been determined upon, but it is
understood that the method likely to
be adopted Is to have Gen. Horace Porter,
I'nited State ambassador at Pari and
Senor Leon Castillo. Spanish ambassador
at Paris, carry forward negotiations
from the point arrived at by President
McKlnley and Ambassador Cambon.
HOIISON'S HKAT UIHL.
She U, of Counc, formerly or the Htata ol
Oswego. Kas.. July 2rt. -Miss Leila
Cook, whom a Noldesvllle, Indiana, dis
patch credits with being the Uanceof
l.leut. llolisou of Merrimac fame is from
Viulta, 1. T., and formerly lived here. She
was born in Labette county, Kansas.
Her father, Henry C. Cook, whose death
occurred last month, was one time clerk
of the district court of Labette county,
later was mayor of Oswego and for sev
eral years was Grand Master of Kansas
Masons. After removing to Viulta with
his family lu IH'.fJ, he was made Grand
Master of the Odd Fellows of the Indian
Mis Leila Cook was educated and
graduated with honor at Shlrtllff col
lege, Alton, III. She is a sister of Lieut
Allen M.Cook, now assistant engineer of
the United States flagship New York.
Miss Cook and Lieut. Hob-Kin first met at
the wedding of Lieut. Cook at Norfolk,
Va., several months ago, on which occas
ion she acted a bridesmaid aud he best
The Vatican Trylnc to Arrange Term of
Washington, July 2tl. The reported
siaiemem rrniu in allcan or what pur
ports to be terms of peace acceptable both
to the Tutted State and Spain, Is set
down here as only one of the many "feel
ers" thrown out within the past ten weeks,
probably to test public feeling in the
I'nited States, primarily, and secondarily
li nreak slowly to the masses or trie nnau-
tsh people a realization of their complete
defeat, something of wnlcn they are not
yet aware, because of the superhuman
efforts put forth by the Spanish govern
inent to suppress or pervert the uews of
Huron Sternberg, German secretary of
legation, railed at the state and war de
partments to-day. Hi visit had no con
nection with peace negotiations, being
simply to secure permission for a num
ber of German surgeons to visit the
American army camps here and iu Cuba.
Chicago Slock Market.
Chicago. Jlllv 211. Cattle Rei-elnU.
4,000 head; steady.
Ileeves. 4 3.t5 40: cows and heifers.
12 40 1 7.V Teiaa alioam. tl'illTn-
storker and feeders ..l'(tiM.
nneep Kecelpt. li.lioo; steady.
Natives. 3li,,i4.'iii: westerns !! K.'x.i
4.HU; lambs, t3.7iio0.50.
In Jail lllmaair.
The rase of Asenslon Nleto, which
came up before two justices of the peace
yesterday, developed a eequel resulting
lu the arrest of one Jose Cano ou the
charge of horse stealing. Cano sued
Meto for assault and battery In Justice
Kibble's court, aud Nleto was discharged.
Max Khrlich and Krank A. Hubbell de
fended Meto, aud Tuiiias Moutoya looked
after the t'auo side of the rase. Soou
after this verdict Cauo went before Jus
tice Duran, of old town, and swore out a
warrant against Nleto to keep the peace.
This case was promptly thrown out of
court, as Meto had made no demonstra
tions against Cano to warrant the justice
in placing him under a peace boud.
lauo is now in the count v la 1. It
happens that he stole twelve horses
about three years ago from Max
Khrlich and others. At the time
of the stealing, Khrlich followed
him and brought back eight of the twelve
stolen horses. Cano was arrested In San
Autonlto, In the Sandla mountains, lu
the Han Antouito court, Khrltsh asked
for a change of venue and It was granted,
but the constable of that precinct was
bribed aud the prisoner escaped. Since
that time, deputy sheriffs have followed
Cano aud only captured bim in Albu
Jim Sing, the proprietor of the Wal
lace restaurant at Thornton, came in to
the city last night aud called at this
office an hour later, lis states that he Is
having a hard time at Thornton sustain
ing the American flag, aud that on
several occasions he has been set upon
and beaten by certain Spanish sym
pathizers In that neighborhood. Jim
Ming Is determined to assert his Ameri
can patriotism, and will probably have
his assailants arrested and lined.
Native wine (red or white), 75 cents
per gallon, at A. Lombanlo's.
AVENUE, Albuquerque. N. M. t
PORTO 11100 CAMPAIGN
Gen. Miles Lands His Army a
Skirmish With Spanish Troop, but
No Americans Killed.
Colonial Dmc of New Tork Fit Up I
KOIHIltO IW AT CAIIHIT MEETIHG.
(Copyright Aunctatrd rVrw )
Port Guaulca, Island of Porto Rico,
July i'i, 2 p. ra.,vla I -laud of 41. Thomas,
July 2. The t utted Stete military
expedition which left Guantannnio on
Thursday landed here successfully to day
after a eklrmlsli with Spanish troops,
ya Americans Killed.
Kroin Ponce there 1 an excellent
military road running eighty miles uoith
to han juan. Ihe whole or Hen
llrooke's force with the New Orleaus,
Annapolis, t'lncluuatU, Leyden and
V asn are expected here within twenty
four hours. The ship left Guaulanatno
hay suddenly on Thursday evening, with
the Massachusetts, Commanded by Capt.
r. j. tiigginson, leaning, (.apt. tiigglu-
on was In charge of the expedition,
which consisted of Ihe Columbia, Dixie,
itloucester and Yale. Geu. Miles was on
the last named vessel.
The troop were on the transports
Nueces. Lamnassa. Comanche, Kite,
I nlonlst, Utlllwaler, City of Macon, and
.Specialist. This was the order In which
the transports entered the harbor here,
Ihe voyage from Gnantanamo Hay to
nil Don was uneventful.
At noon vesterdar Uen. Miles called
for a consultation announcing that he
was determined not to go by San Juan
cape inn by the Moua passage instead,
laud here, and surprise the Spaniards,
and deceive the military authorities. The
course was then changed, and the Dixie
was sent to warn Gen. Hrooke at Cape
Port Guanlca ha been full v described
by Lieut. Whitney, of Gen. Miles' staff,
who recently mails an adventurous tour
In Porto Klco. Ponce, which is situated
ten or fifteen miles from this port. Is to
tne eastward and a harder place to lake:
in addition, the water at Ponce is too
shallow for transport to get close In
shore. Then, again. Ponce Is some little
distance from where the troop would
nave been able to land It that polul hail
been selected for the debarkation of the
THR (iALLANT (il-Ol'l'KHTItH.
Karly this morning the Gloucester In
charge of Lieut. Commander Walnrlght
steamed iuto Uuaiiicit harbor In order to
recounoiter. Willi the Heel waiting out
side the gallant little fighting yacht
braved the mines supposed to lie In the
hurtsir aud found there were five fathoms
of water close in shore.
Guanica I surrounded by cultivated
lands. In the rear are high mountains
aud on the beach nestles a village of
about tweuty houses. The Spanish were
completely taksu by surprise. Almost
the first they knew of the approach of
I lie army or invasion was tne unng of
gun from the Gloucester demanding that
llie Spaniards haul down their flag float
ing from the flagstaff In front of a block
house standing on the east of the village.
Kirst a couple of three pounders were
tired into the hills right aud left of the
bay, purposely avoiding the town lest the
projectiles hurt the women and children
I he Gloucester then hove to within about
six hundred yards of the shore, and
lowered a launch, having ou board a Colt
rapid fire gun aud thirty men under com
maud of Lieut. Huze, who was sent
ashore without encountering opposition.
Uuartermaster Heck thereupon told
Yeoman Lacey to haul down the Spanish
flag, which was done, and they then
raised on the Uagstall the first I'nited
States (lag to lloat over Porto Klcau soil.
Suddenly about thirty Spaniards opened
ure with Mauser rules ou the American
party. Lieut. Huze and his men re
sponded with great gallautry, the Colt
gun doing elT in-live work.
Norman, who received Cervera's sur
render, and Vt ood, volunteer lieutenant,
shared the honors with Lieut. Huze.
Almost Immediately afler the Ameri
cans were lired on, the Gloucester opened
Ure ou the enemy with all her three and
six-pounders which could be brought to
bear, shelling the town and also dropping
shells luto the hills west of Guanlca,
where a number of Spanish cavalry were
secu hastening toward the spot where
the Americans lauded. Lieut. 11 ure then
threw up a little fort which be named
Kort Vt am wright.
He laid a barbed wire lu the street to
repel the eipected cavalry attack. Lieut,
V am wright also mounted the Colt gun
aud signalled for reinforcements, which
were sent from the itloucester.
The Associated Press dispatch boat
Cynthia II was tbe only boat In the har
bor except the Gloucester, nulls Ihe
Mausers were peppering all around,
Lieut. Commander naiuwrlght called to
the Associated Press correspondent:
"They tired on us after their flag was
dowu and ours up and after 1 had spared
the town tor the saks of the women and
children. The next town 1 strike 1 will
blow it up "
Presently a few Spanish cavalry Joined
those fighting iu the streets of Guanlca,
but the Coil gun barked to purpose,
killing four. 11 v thattimethe Gloucester
had the range of the town and the hlts-k-hotise
and her gnus were spitting Ure,
the doctor aud pavmaster helping to serve
the guns. Soon afterwards while coated
gallopiug cavalry men were seen climb
ing the bills to the westward and fisit
soldiers scurry lug along the fences from
The skirmish was between detachments
of Spanish troops aud a crew of thirty
belonging to a launcii or me l lilted
States auxiliary gun boat Gloucester, for
merly J. PlerK)Ut Morgan's yacht Corsl-
cana. rorty Spaniards were killed and
Uo Americans were hurt. Troops were
pushel forward promptly to capture the
railroad leading to Ponce, only about ten
miles east of this place.
Hy IMo a. ui., with the eiceptinn of a
few guerilla shots, the town was won and
Ihe enemy drlveu out of the uelghUir
hiRxl. lied Cross nurses and a detach
ment of regulars were the first to luiid
from the transports. Lieut. Huze de
ployed small forces Into the suburbs, but
he was soon reinforced. All the boats of
the men of-war trausports were used in
lauding the troops, each steam launch
towing four or five boats loaded to the
guards with soldiers. Hut everything
progressed III uu orderly manner and ac
cording to the plans of Geu. Miles. The
general went ashore about uoon, afler
stopping to board the Gloucester and
thank Lieut. Wain wright for his gallant
Ohlu Vuluuteer Troopa
Washington, July 2H. orders will be
Issued to-day fur the Kirst, Third and
Fifth Ohio regiments at Tampa, Honda,
to prepare for service iu purto liii'o.
These troops were in the original list.
but were crowded out by troop from the
ennthern state which claimed priority
Ship So Ura to Mall for Cuba With Many
(tamrnrte r,,r tha sick.
Washington, July 2rt. The following
bulletin was posted at the navy depart
ment to-day: The ambulance ship
Solace will sail In a day or two from
New lork for Admiral Sampson's squad
ron. While at the navy yard she hail an
additional ice machine installed and was
supplied with a carbonator and brown
canvas awning ny tne Khoda iand re
lief association and an X-ray apparatus
by the national society ot Col
onial Dames. She will go to
bey nest and take on hoard
all the naval sick or wounded In the ho-
Hals or on the vessel In port, and will
assist all vessals on blockade duty around
the Isla id of Cuba, taking on board the
sick and wounded and leaving them Ice,
fruit, dcllcaclcn and store for the sick,
comfort bag and clothing distributed In
Kind or purchased wufi money supplied
by various patriotic societies throughout
the country. Soon a he receives her
complement of sick and wounded she
will tiring them to one of the northern
4 AHIXEr MEKTIMi.
Mo Nawa Karalya.1 Thle Momlni From
Tnrto Hlcan Bipadltloa.
Washington, July 2ti w hen the cabl
net assembled today. Secretaries Alger
and Long both announced that they hail
received no dispatches from the Porto
Klco expedition. Secretary Alger es
pecially was expectiug to bear from
(teneral Mile and was disappointed.
Keterring to tne expedition of Com
modore vtalson to the Spanish coast.
Secretary Long said there was nothing
new. 'It Is surely going. Is It not.'" he
was asked. 'Tt Is waiting for orders
from the president," was the reulr.
secretary ixing nowever noticeably re
frained from directly answering the
Hecretary nay said there bad been no
overtures for peace brought to his atten
tion and be knew of no development.
The discussion brought out the fact
that Gen. Mile considered a choice of
three landing points for bis forces,
not one of which was Ponce.
V lille not specifically slated, three points
are suggestid as probable Kayrdo,
uuanica anil rueje if Miles landed at
or near I'onoe, It was, In the opinion of
the uiemlwrs of the cabinet, sillier due to
tome unforeseen circunistunoes or us a
felut to attract attention from the real
point of debarkation.
II Lands Near I'oera on Mouth Siile
Washington, July 2H. The govern
nient Is waiting to receive confirmation
ot the reported debarkation ot General
Miles troops. The war dei artm.nt did
not expect to hear of Miles binding near
I'once, as mentioned in newspaper ill
patches, but tt Is entirely conceivable
that he acquired Information since the
original plans were formed for the ram
paign agaiust Forlo Klco that Ib.l hi in to
modify them. While the distance from
I'once to san Juan is much greater than
from tbe point originally select. I foi
Miles' landing, there Is Recording to
military Information charts of a splendid
macadamized road leadtug directly
across io nau juan on tne norm shore,
It might be possible for our troons ac
companied as they will be by field artil
lery io uiarcn across tne seventy iuUch
between Ponce and Sau Juan iu lee lime
than would have been required to cover a
niucli snorter distance between the capi
tal and soma other points named as a
llllArTr.lt' A KM V,
Tha Troops May I la til Ton a Short Hull. lay
In tha I'nllaU States.
Washington. July 2H. Adjutant Gen
eral Corblu said to-day that ths question
of the disposition of the troops of Shatter
at Santiago was not yet settled. It Is
certain, however, that there will be uo
general movement of troops from San
tiago until after the Spanish prisoneis
have been removed and there is some
lefinlte military progress in Porto Itico.
Health conditions ot the army at San
tiago will have considerable to do
with the movement of thisw troops
The war department is taking steps
tor the establishment of reserve camps at
convenient places In the l uited State.
Military medical authorities are coiitl-
lent of their ability to stamp out disease
among the troop In eastern Cuba. W lieu
that is accomplished It is more than
probable that a majority et the troop
there may be returned to the I ulted
Statist and given a short holiday prior to
the Institution of the campaign agaiust
Kauaaa City Market.
Kansas City. July 2d. Cattle Be-
oeipts. h,0; steady.
Native steers, CM 20; Texas steers.
;iiM10.j; Texas rows, 2..Viz.'1.5ii;
native rows and heifers, f I M ii l.'.si;
stockers and feeders, i;i OOit.KO; bulls,
2 IV Im i.im.
Sheep Itecipis, a.urn; arm.
Lambs, lit.uvcHii; muttons, ti.(U
NOW FOR IT
Gainsley's Annual Basket Sale.
Bargains in SHOES That
BASKET No. I - Containi Ladui Oxford
and $2.00, Baikct Pnc, $1.25.
BASKET No. 2 - Contain Ladwi' Hish Shorn black and tan. thai told lor $1.00,
$3.50 and $3.00, BaJcl Hric, $1.75.
BASKET No. 3 -Contain! Childrcn't Shoct. liw II1; to 2 that told for $2.25. $2.00
and $1.75, Batktl Price, 8-c.
BASKET No. 4 -Conlaint Childrot Short, uiu ! to II, that told for $2.00, $1.75,
$1.50 and $1.25, Balul Pncr, 75c.
BASKET No. 5 - Cool ami Childrcn't Shoti. tizrt 5 to 8 that told for $1.25. $1.00 and
"Oc, Baikrt Frict, 50c.
'1 he.,- uihhI arr haiffmn. and shnulil Is- leta
.1 '4, ,tii.
Coinv early Slid S t tlie i In
GEO. G. GAINSLEY
n.tlt, UatllKHal hlVK
Corner 2d St.
CHIEF WATCH INSPECTOR SANTA FE PACIFIC R. R.
Railroad Watchei- Sold on caiy Monthly Payments.
21 Jewc'cl Elgint
21 )twii Walthamt
21 and 2 IcweUd Hampdtni
17 JrweUd llamiltotu
17 jewcted Klgtru
17 JcwtUd 'allhama.
Fine Gold, Gold Pilled, Salver
and Nickle caaea.
Ofllcial Report of Casualties in
Battle of Santiago.
Total Loss Killed Wounded and Miss
Inn I59S Men.
Earoptaa Rations Anxious to Gobble Up
MISSSCBLST S MACS MISSI0I.
Washington. July 2d.-Gen. Bhaftet's
detailed resirt of American casualties In
the battle of Santingo ha been received
end Is being urenared for titiblicailen
The total nnu.tier nf casualties was l.Mto.
KerapltulaUd Anierlcau losses were:
Mlled, if;i oflb-ere, I enlisted men
wounded. X't olllcer. 1.203 men: mislio-
Hl men. The missing are sunt) sel to be
In the second brivade. Gen. VI heeler's
cavairy mvislon, consisting of the Klrsl
nil Tenth cavalry and Hough Rider, ao
oiucer ana men killed i M officer and
liU men wounded; s men missing.
Troop Oolna Io the Prnat
Chlckamaugs, Julv So. Th Third
brigade, first dlvtston of the Hirst corps,
leave this afternoon for Newport New
This brigade Is commanded by Itrigailler
General Kred Grant, and I romno-ed of
of th Hirst Kentucky. Third Kentucky
aud Hlfth Illinois.
Rrquaatmi to Laavo Spain.
London. July 2. VaDers here oon-
found Mies Jessie Schley, daughter of
Charles Schley, cousin of Commodore
Mcbley, with Miss Shatter. Miss Schley
recently arrived at Madrid on a reaps
commission, without the approval ot her
father, and neither the queeu regent nor
any responsible person would receive
her. A special from Madrid say: "Mis
n hafter has been requested to leave Spain
Knropaaa Matloua Trying to Ml In tha
New York. Julv 28. A dlsnatch to the
World from Madrid says: It is autlmri-
tlvely staled that Kussla is even more
active than Germany aud Austria in
diplomatically prompting Spain and in
moving for a Combination of the conti
nental powers to do somelhlug to check
the Culled State. Hut Uot wishing to
appear too openly to help Spain, fearing
It might promote an understanding
lietween Great Hrltaln and the luited
States, HijwU has encouraged Ger
many to exert pressure at Manila.
aud has Induced Hranoe to take
the lead lu a demonstration of
sympathy which the French foreign
ministry only reluctantly consented to
do. Kvery since then. Kussla and the
Vatican with the aid of the Austrian
court, though contrary to the judgment
of the Austrian chancellor, Count Goluch
owskl, have been arranging for con
certed action by the continental power
to interfere both when the American
squadron comes to Kurope aud when in
eaoe negotiations the question of the
'hillppins Islands comes uo. Then Kus-
s'nand I' ."uoe will plead in behalf of
Spanish Interests to prevent the I'nited
iiiawT, wriiunoy ur dapau lutenernug.
Holrilar will Print a Paper.
Santiago de Cuba. Julv 24. Tha Hirst
I nlted Slates Infantry under Lieut. Col
His bee went to Gnantanamo yesterday
aiveruoou to occupy mat place, lieu.
Shafter and staff left this city yesterday
lor t amp woou. unitary governor lieu
eral Wood remains here. Company H,
Thirty-third Michigan volunteers, will
publish to day, with Gen. Shafter's con
sent, the first American paper published
in ( uba. It Is edited aud tirlnted by
members of the company and will bear
the title "Company K huterprlsc."
Herlln. July vMl.-It Is semi otliclallv
announced that there Is no foundation
for the report that Dr. Von llollenlM.n.
German ambassador at Washington, has
presented rresiiieul McKlnley a personal
letter from Kmperor w illium.
Going to Cora.
Berlin, July 2i. A dispatch from
hlao-Chou today announces that the
lerinan warship Deutschland, having
I'rince Henry of I'russlaon boariljitarld
for Kusan, Corea, July i
Madrid, July Srt. Premier Sagasta to-
luy a1 in I tied that the Anierlcau force
lauded at a defenceless point ou the
islaud vt I'orto liioo."
Mrs. W. C. II ad ley aud daughter, who
have resided at rhiladelphla the past
year, came in lust ulght and many
frleiids are glad to greet them. Mrs.
Hail ley stopped off at Hatou and Las
eg as en route to this city,
You Cannot Duplicate.
in black and tan that told for S2.50. $2.25
to be appreciated. Sale begin-, MiiNli.VY
& GO ,:.
Sellable 8hoe Dealer.,
!2 S. Second St.
I NKI L aVTTKM'l IOSI
and Gold Aw.
We have just received an elegant line of
8k Wedding; Ring in Tiffany, Oval
and Flat shapes.
Fine Watch work. Stone Mounting and ar
tistic engraving promptly done.
t Mte Ittn OlI T Mit 0-
5 it'. ?f i!t if. iti i'.i f rfn jj ft
I ,;t ;. HI ji Sji ytf $
out in tho statement that our shoes aro tho choapest over
offered to tho public this side of tho Missouri river. Wo
will continue our Ladies' and Men's Shoo Sale for another
uay, ana navo added a beautiful lino
Tics, Too Slippers, Gaiters aud Sandals.
chanco. Remember, wo will sell only
ttaf j t f
'A 0. tA i
Gold Band Ham.
Gold Band Breakfast Bacon.
Gold Band Chip Beef.
Gold Band Boiled Ham.
Boston Beauties Mackerel.
New stock of Brick and American
We expect to-morrow Iinportel Swiss
tr you want to put op fruits use our
Helm Co. Tickling Vinegar.
We have 10 varieties of Mora and Java
Coffees, from SO cent to SO cents per
Our stock of Groceries Is complete and
our price the lowest.
The Jaffa Grocery Co.
US SOITH sncOND tTRRRT.
Uhloag-a Orala alaraat.
Chicago, July 3d.-Wheat July, 70tf;
Corn July, 84'i; Sept.. 84 V
Oats-July, 25; Sept., 20',.
New York, July 2d. Money on call
nominally yAQ)i per cent. Prime,
meroautlle paper, 8'-,4 per cent.
SllTar aa1 1 a a a.
New Tork. July 20. Silver, BU;
New York, July a. Copper, lOJ.o.
Mi CALL BAZAAR
All Pattern 10 and 15c
B. ILFELD & CO., Props.
201 Kailroad Avenue, Albuquerque,
Tho Boat Zalglitod. Storo
ni - - - -
Ot Nice, Clean, tresh
goods and we must make room
lowing bargains we now ofler
Bee Window iJlHplay The remainder of our utoek
of all colored Biiirt waltt, lu all slze from 'Ai to
ii, go In tills sale at ouly boo. HemeuiUer tli
prie, only Omj
Made of white duck, while they la-U, take your
pick at only Tie
lu pieees of white, check d aud stripeil Niiinxonks, to
clear up Ntock, regular Wo giimls, take your pick
for only Do a yard.
LAWNS AND OliUAPiDIES.
25 pieces, sold regularly up to 2c a yard,
your choice of any In the lot, per yard.onl y
1 line of Ladles' Dark Tan Hose, regular made,
double heel ami toe, all ulzes, special at 11' ,u
1 Hue of I.adle-i' Seaiiilene Btriped Hone, lu all
sized at colors, npecUl at loo
3 lines of Infants' and M1hhh Hoee, full regular
made cotton hose, doulile knees, double heel and
toen, flue ribbed, also Linle thread, colors, tan
fhocolute ami oxblcod; regular 2do hose, speciul
to close out luc
fl A full, regular I.iile Iloee, In
V prlc l!xs per pair, lu this sale
ti it", it'. ?!t iil fr. Jil i'i i'l i'i
j? j J;J ytt ytf ytt y, .; ;, yt(
Tho big crowd which availed them
selves of tho great bargains offered them
yesterday at our Firo
THE SULPHUR SPRINQS
WASON & TRIMBLE, Prop.
I he beat saulpped (rf-weekly four-hone itafe In the Southwrai. From Thorn
ton to the I a moua Sulphur Sprinn In the )tmt Mountains. Leave Thornton
Tuesdaya, Thuradavi and Saturday at 8 a. ra. arrive at Bland 12 noont leave
Bland at I p. m. and arrive al Sulphun at 5 p. m. Stag return from Sulphur
on Monday, Wedncaday and Friday, Parties leaving Albuqueraua en Satur
day can tpcod Sunday in th mountain.
Round Trip Ticket for Sale by I
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO., - Albuquerque
EaOmilliiJlJl ji J jj J J J Ji jiiii ir
E. J. POST & CO.,
We Carry a Full Line of Buckeye Mower Repairs. Thomas All-Steel
tusy Dump Hay Kakes.
Write for Prices. Mail orders
A T iTTJOTJ jrjn.C?TJM
VISITORS STOP AT
THE GRAND CENTRAL,
N. T. Armljo ISulldlng.
A- Oa ait really Zjoasttcwt XlotoO.
Mock. Our buyer in New York has
fcvery dollar gets its
Another lot of fancy ntock ribbon, all number
ribbons, and worth In regular way trom a.r)C to
fiOf a yard, special price to clean them out, per
yard, only 5ft0
About 40 pairs of Ladies' Osfords, colors. Tan.
oxblood aud black; theee goodn are worth np to 1
a pair; epecial price to clear them out. per pair.
"'y :?.. l . 00
KIiihm, eizes 12 to 2; about 30 palm all sizes black;
to clear them out. per pair, ouly 4tw
See Window Display. Hove' Knee Pants, ages 4
to II, summer weight, to clear them out, per pair
Kor hoy-i, ages 4 to II, made of fast colors, shirt
ing prints; to close them out, each, loo.
Gents' Kalbrlggan Shirts aud drawers, the regu
lar ot'c kiud, special at lye
A fancy mixed blue and white, also tan and
white, shirts aud drawers, the 7oo kiud, special at
all sizes, regular
yt yft ; ; i. . . JJ J J J!j Jjj Jjjj
303 and 307
Sain will bear us
of Ladies' Oxford! 2
This is your last I Jj
Men's and Ladies' l!?!
iriTiTiTm u 1 1 1 1 u n i m m 1 1 n nr-3
Milburn and Studebaker Wagons
given prompt attention.
MAIL ORD ERS
Day as Received
lxx tla.o Oitv.
already shipped us gome fall. V
value almost doubled in the fol- M