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;.: KQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 5, UJ9.
The Old Ycteran Highly Compli
ments His Gallant Soldiers.
Daring Bank Robbers In Richland,
Mich., and Large Sam Stolen.
Unknown Ocean Steamer Sunk Id Stmts
of Belle Isle, Rew Fouodltnd.
BIOTODI MIRIKS AT OSHKOSI.
Washington, Aug. 6. Th following
report of Major General Joseph Whaler
on the operation Itefnre Kaiitlat(ode Cut
ba become avnllnlilf:
Hefie Banllago, Cuba, ."uty 7. To th
A'ljutsiet General Filth Army Corps:
Hlr After the engagement of Juna2llh
I pushed forward my command through
the ralley, Lawlon' mid Kent's com
mands occupying the hlll Id the vicinity
or that place. After two days' rest. Law
ton Wo ordered forward, arid ou the
night of the until instruction were given
by Uajor General Hhafter to thin ollleer
to attack Caney.wliile the cavalry 1tvl.,n
and Kent's division were ordered to move
forward on the regular Hantisgo road.
The movement commenced on the
morning of July 1. The cavalry division
advanced ami formed Us line with Its
left near the Santiago road, while Kent's
division formed Its line with the right
Joining the left of the cavalry division.
Colonel MoClernand ot General Hhafter'
atiiT directed ins to give instructions to
General Kent, which I complied with In
person, at the same time personally di
recting General Humner to move tor
ward. The men were all compelled to wade
the Han Juan river to gel into line. This
was done under a very heavy lire of both
Infantry and artillery. Our (ml loon hav
heen sent up right by the niaiu road was
mads a mark of by the enemy. It was
evident that we were as much under tire
In forming a line as we would he by an
advance, and I therefore pressed the com
mand forward from the covering under
which it wits formed, it merged Into the
open space in full view of the enemy
who occupied breastworks and batteries
on the creet nf the hill which overlooks
Hantiago. otllcrs and meu falling at
every step The troops advanced gal
lantly, soon reached the foot of the hill
and ascended, driving the enemy from
their works and occupying them on the
Cent of the hill
To accomplish till required courage
and determination on the uart of the
dtllcers and men ot a high order, and the
loeeea were very er vere.
Too much credit cannot be given to
(Jen. Hutnner and t ea. Kent end their
gallant brigade eomniniiders. Col. Wood
and Col. Carroll, ot the cavalry t Gin.
Hamilton Hawkins, roinniaiidlnir the
first brigade. Kent's division, and Col.
i'eareon, commanding Ilin second bilg
aile. Col. Carroll and Major Weaells
were enabled to return a1 d resume com
insnd. lieu, ft lckufT, commanding Kent's
third brigade, was killed al IU. I.leut.
Col. Worth took couiuiiiiid and was
wounded at 12:15. ! nt -Col. I.lseura
then took eimitiisnil and km wnuudi'd al
Vli'At. and the command theu devolved
iipiiu Lieut. Col. Kwem, of the Nluth ill
fantry. Cpou rea"hlng the crest I orders!
hrettstw rks to be ciiistructul aud sent to
tlie rear for ehov-Ms.plCsn.spitdss and axes.
The enemy's retreat from the ridge was
preclptta'e, but our men were so
thoroughly e xhauxled that It was itu
possible tor them to follow. Their shoe
were soaked with w.iter by wading the
fan J nun river. Thev had become
ilrennlieil with rain and wi.eii Ihey
reached the crest, they were absolutely
iiuahls to irnC'e.l further. Nttwitli
atanillng this coinlllloti these exhausted
men lahoied during the night to erect
breastwriik. furnish details to bury the
dead and to curry the wounded back In
I sent word alone the Hue that rein
forcements would soon reach us and that
l.awtou would Join our right aud that
den. Hates would com up and strengthen
our left. After reaching the crest of the
ridge lien. Kent sent the Thirteenth reg
ulars to asrilst lu strengthening our
At midnight, Hen Rates reported and
I placed htm lu a strong position on the
I ft of our line. lien. I aw ton had at
t in ('ted to Join us from Cauey, but when
very nenr our lines, he was tired upon by
the Hp ulards and turned back, but
joined us ntxt day at noon by a circuitous
. During all day July Sad the cavalry
division. Kent's divlsiim and HtV bri
g lis wsre engaged with the enemy, be
Inn subjected to a llirc tire and incur
ring many ca-iiHliits, and la'er In the
(lav l.awtou s division also became eu-iraed.
Imring the entire engement, my staff
performed their duties with courage,
jtit'7ni"nt un t ability. Special credit is
due to Lieut l ol. J it isiret, Mai. nm
1). Beach, ( apt. Joseph K. Hickman aud
I.leut. U. K. hleel. I desire also to say
that Lleu'enants James II Keves
aud Joseph Wheeler, Jr. Captaiu
Win. Astor (hinler. Major H. A.
Carllngton. Mr. Aurelius Mestr aud Cor
poral John Louilruurk also deeerve high
C 'liimenilatlou for courage and good con
dmt. Uajor West, my quartermaster.
iliserves special commendation for his
energv and good conduct, ('apt. Hardle
and First Lieut. . i. Koeeter, with
Troop i. Third cavalry, were detailed
wi h headquarters, aud conducted them
selves handsomely under lire. The su
nerh courage displayed by o Dicers and
meu will ls specially mentioned In the
reports of subordinate couimauilera.
He llearljr Oulllnoi Ills Pocltluu lu tli
New York. Aug. ft Th Journal prints
a rub egraiu from Rous Kong, purport
ing to give text of a message seut by
Agiilualdo, the I'hiltpplna Insurgent
leader, to Consul (ieneral Wlldman, The
message Is dated Cavlte, July Sti, and In
ll Aguinaldo says that It has been re
ported that he Is "getting the big head
and not behaving," as be promised Mr
Wlldman. "In reply." say Jguliialdn.
"I ask why should America ex
pect nis to outline my policy, pres
ent aud future, and II .'lit lilnnll.v
for her Interests. when Anir;'ii
will not be frank with mey T ll m
this, am I fighting for anui xetloii, ro
tectlon or ind pendeneel' It Is for
America to say, not lor m. I curt l:i!:i
Manila as I have defeatel tli Sp i-.l h
evervwhere, but what wou'd l e the uf
If America takes Manila, I can psve mt
arms for what the future hss in st or"
for me. Now, gool friend, believe me. I
am not both a fool and m roune. i 'ie
Interests of cny people are as sacred to
me as are the interests ot your people to
41 STOMS TAKirr.
Porto Hlco In !! Ilia Ralea ol lh
t lilted Stale.
Washington. Aug. f. At a meeting of
the cabinet to day the nhan customs
tariff was discussed, particularly the
tobacco schedule. It was agreed tint
the present rates of Interns! revenue
now in fore in the I lilted Mates should
be made In the customs rate for Cuba.
The customs tariff for l'orto Kio was
also discussed. It was the op nloii of tin1
presiuent and niemiiers or the cabinet
that as soon as the Island passes into
the possession of this country the ens
loins laws and regulations now in fore
in the ( lilted Btates etrill be tii'Vlo to
apply to l'orto Hlco without uiodiO.i-
DAMK no h ii my.
Daring Roblmra Loot a Hank In Michigan
Richland, Mich., Aug. f. One of the
mo-t daring and successful bank rolbtr
lea ever perpretrated In Michigan was
carried out by six robbers last nlirht.
Home came from fie east on a lorn I csr
and evidently had confederates with a
norss and carriage, ihey secured about
$5,0110 In cash from the luioii
bank and i.WKi In notes. The horse
and carriage were taken into Augusta
and left there. There were three ex,ilo
slona which awakened many people,
whom the robbers kept at bay with guns.
The safe was a complete wreck, nitro
glycerine being used to open it.
t'nknnwu hltlft Hutik at Nea.
Ht. John, N F.. Aug. ft. The mail
eteamer Mrglnia Lake arrived at Tilt
Cove. West Hay, near here, at daylight.
nringing corroisiratiou or the ripoiieo
loss or an ocean tuier in me strmt-or
Belle Isle. A U-ihernian at Noddy Hv
reported that be saw the steamer collide
with an tcetwrg aud sink soon after. I he
fisherman said that the steamer looked
like a passenger steniner. and he could
see people trying to launch the Imals.
but she sauk bi fore they could do any
(A HI NaT HIKMIMl.
HHa Propualtlona With Spain the Hiil-
Jt Of UlM'IIHHlOU.
Wastiiugton, Aug. B. The cabinet
convened at 11 o'clock. Hpeclal eignl
tlcaiice was attached to the presence of
the naval board of strategy Hear Admiral
Sicard, Commander Crowuliishild and
Captain Mahan, who came over together
chwely following Hecretary Long. The
detinue answer ot rlpatll to this govern
uient'a terms had not been communicated.
With a realizing sense of the grave poli
tical problems that must be solved by the
npsnlsh premier henna lis can lln,.!ly
assent to the I'nlted Htales demands, the
administration is not surprised that the
answer has been delayed, it is believed
that the premier blmeelf has made up
his mind to accept the conditions, but
while he Is supported by a majority ol
the cabinet, he units it necessarv to se
cure ths adhsslon of the leaders of other
parties In order to guard sgalnst disaster
in the future.
New York, Aug ft. The I tilted St lies
Transport lroguols arrivtd atquHiiinline
to day from Haiitla.o with IKteen pa-.-sengers.
Home of the passangers hail
slight attacks of nialnria while at Hanti
ago. tint none had been sick since leav
IIIIIH OI.I sr A IN
Itaiml With Dlaaatcra anil Kicking at Ilia
lerat of Ita Arinlea,
Madrid, Aug. 6. The conferences be
tween political leaders ou the subject of
peace terms continue. Honor Mitel. i,
conservative leader, acting in behalf of
He nor Castelar, republicau leader, who
was prevented by illness from being
present, conferred with Premier Hagasu.
lis aald that Henor Castelar, although an
advocate of peace was of the opinion in
negotiating lis conclusion mat the gov
ernment "should remember the Mrgin
lus analr, when the energy dlnplaved by
rtpalu in dealt, g with the Culted
Htales saved Hpanish interests, and he
thouvht every effort should be made to
preserve Hpanish sovereignty over Porto
Hi oo." The Ltlsral, uirslerate republi
can, to-day publishes an interview with
Marshal Martinez lie Campos, who is
quoted as saying: ' I openly favor peace.
Kverythlng that has happened in this
war could have been foreseen, but the
most pessimistic! could never have Im
agined our misfortunes would be so
great -the destruction of Montej i's and
( ervera s squadrons, the surrender or Han
tiago and tlie rapid aud unrestricted oc
cupation of Porto Hlco. No one could
have imagined it, even taking into con
sideration the siiieriority of the In I ted
Htates. Neither the present government
nor any other can change our situation
It would 1st madness to think of rej-i-t
lng President McKinley'g conditions."
m cimiMi liiiV,.
Chicago (train Market.
Chicago, Aug. Ii. Wheat August,
7Uc; Kept., rVI'vuilTC.
Corn Angust, :'4c; Sept., 3X.,i
(lata August, 21',,vil '.,c; Bepl., 'Jl
New York, Aug. 5. Money on call
nominally iali per cent- Prime
mercantile paper, I per cent.
New York, Aug. 5. Copper, 10o.
Kverybody In Albuquerque has been
on his good behavior during the past few
days and consequently there has been a
dearth of business In Justice Crawford's
court Not even a vag or a plain drunk
baa appeared before his honor for the
past three days, and Ollicer Koesi has been
obliged to get along without any street
crew to clean up the streets.
The iucccm of our Srsxial Bimin! In !Vitchi Uii wtk inducrt
ui to otfcf another. U' have )ul ttctivi a tupply ol Full Jwlcd
IISJcwcUi Mckclet Movement, gfaaolulely accural tinuUrpcrt.
V ruvt fitted tlwit in Prrantd Gold FiJUd r A Z O O
Cafct and olltr Ihcm compUt lor 7K I r ) w w
Only a dozen ol tbcm on hand. A v
bW allar I.AIllliS' WATCMI at bl III CHD PMICKS lot a 1 1: W DAVS t J
Sliafttr's Troops to bs Trans-:
porit-d to Long Island,
Ruicb K!J:is to be Ani'ing the
l ii st to Litibiik.
Cblncso Situ Jtlfjn I.UMe to C.use a War
Between lOKiktid and Hussla.
rZACI TAIK WITH SPAIN.
8 tntUgn ile Cuba. Aug. o I'roiii I li
nilllll'llt flat HecrelM y ,M,!'l's .a ..
Iiiessue was received tit's i.i. i.i: it o:
ib-rlng the liisisiit reni iv.il 1.1 t'i- .. o,
north, eert lug has In-en I 0.1 e r;
sctiviiy at beadq uirter-i. Mx ti.r
ports liMre h -vo I :i ord'-red to ois: ii k-.
Ciir c trg s's an I g -t r-' 1 wi.Toot i
of tune lo lik" 011 board tie- .
Sl.i III UtS for ll lU". It is eXp. Cli !! I
elghle, ;l iliO'pi.'ts will s.si'l
coiiVeyiug s. M;er look to the li-i;-'
'it-s. lb-.' Vile a d 1 1 .r nl 1 ni..i...
others hp1 1111 1 1 si, ..si to be on the vo
h'-ro. li;e ru-., Iinril and m;xI!i r-u
nlar cuvsii y n - I h iri voiuiiii er c iiur)
(K-iugli Itidt-rs) have lici 11 or'lered to be
ready to go alioiitdsi.iji day ader to-nior-row.
ror the (neseiit the Ninth and
lenth lavsiry will r inilu In csmp.
( Mi I v private liors.-s ot t'ie ollicers will be
taken. All ti.e t -'tits will be b ft standing
:i:-d all exla worn cloi'ies and be Ming
which inay po-s .v be Infected will be
!es;roye l. I he F:rt brig vie, (ieneral
Lawti ii's division, under (ieneral (TiafT.'e
will go next. All the men able to ri le
will be put on ponies and taken to the
wharf mid the id hers will be conveyed
1 in re ill Wiik'oiis All men siilfrlng
fioui yellow fever or Infectious disease
will be left here. I he volunteer regl
nii'utrt will l next sliipp-il in the follow
ing or br: Urst I hi, 1. is, Klrt District of
Columbia, H. venty lirst New oik. Ninth
Ma-wiu'liusi tts, N'coinl Ma-isHeliU'ietts,
Kiglith Illinois. 1 liiriy-tliird )lii-hig'tti,
Thirt) fomth Miehliran.
T"; e war di'iis Mas-u liiisetts and Hixle
arrived Ht lni'iiititimtiio liny last lill.t
'I' d liiiuii' !lat"ly Mini ted c u!ilig ( olll
111 wider To Id, of tin' v. II 111 1 1:1:1011, reimrt.i
.be ci 1 1: 1! t tli in -1 at VnuT. miilo, a-i b orne. I
from lo-n. I'.n-s, ns follow.; There are
iliiill 2,oii r-k'iibirs, lOoo voliiiiteers
11, d ,Vm lir- tii-'ii or boinbardi'is there.
Ili -y a p'-:ir w. ll supplii-d wr.h ca:tle
and pvo.- w, s, but are belie.-id to be
sh irt of MinniinUiiiii. H 'cent events
in 1 tint vicinity have ilishedrtciieil
til-in. It Is t . ili v. l tl.at llie hp
peanrice of an Am, rii'nii forc-, ev, 11
if only a thou-and tne.i, would result
ill the ciplul i'ioii of the place. I lie
forts hmoiinl 10 l ltl" In v.iiid some Held
pie es leiiipor.iriiv p'.arei in nosilioii and
tislouging to the anil', but It is said that
I here Hre about evenly li-d I guns lu the
The gei, oral feeling among the Hpanish
forces lit Ma'17. inlllo all I Vlrilltiy Is best
sbowii by the fa"t that the Insurgent
leader hio-i Is enc iin(!.' I within a few
miles of the pliii'e W'i',!' J."l cvalry"l'.,
lot ( ccaslouaily ni.iKi 1 raids 011 the nut
skirts of t:.e town Us II lu order to ob
tain cuttlo liel,iri"lng to the Spaniards.
Ki n h'ivs that uoy Hd lilioniil men are
rnnv 'ii t Kt t r way from the Interior to
Cm llrinall in has been obtained of a
report that the ITori lt 1 xiieditloli for
the re; ef of i iii-riil Ir.iin, z baa been
sii'i- fill, ,ln'v Ji, liomez was en
1 ampt d tW'lltt -live III 1 If -4 IllirlhW'est ol
linato, the " iii.l ern i xtreinlty of tli'
i roll .lu- ai-o trorl'H.
A MiiH'ri 11 bulletin savs that thi
Sinini: I' for- '-s gi-nt-raHv fnnn .Hn.HU
illo to lr:n' )a l ars evid-oitly 111 a lie
nioiauz I C"in' it i"ri.
1 r,i.-n.rls r,r Santl.iga
Wiis'iiiiL'li'li, Aug. o. The war ilei-irt-mei't
I, as 1 r 'er-d ten traiisirts at Police
topror-rd to uitinio to join with the
transports alrendv at Santiago In bring
ing lion, sl 'itler's ur 111 y back to this
country. Ti e ir.m-ports nl ponce have
a capai'M v of ii,.". in no n. T liese, wllh the
ships u'leoi!) al Satitiiign, will give a
carrrinn sti, lurih nf ot.-r 1 J.100 nu n at
atrip. War illiriils sav that tlie etn
barlvotion las alieitdy ln-cnu. With the
arrival of sh ifter's army lu thlsconntiy
every facility will ! gitdi to llitf trisips
I'll IM-.sK I II K I'l.ll A I IONS.
t-oigtaiol ami Hussla Vtsr t'laNli lu Meuluig
the lo-lcillnl loi'lill-f,
London, Aug. o.- I here is great un-ea-lness
oil all sides h'Trt in view of the
( hine-.e Hltli.itli-il wlili ll Is reghlib'd us
hrillgll:g op ui celilliet between liruit
lint, 11: Hil l Kii si.i, w.tlmi a ineasiiralde
disthlic ', Mid I' is universally felt thai
Ihe ManjiiH .-Vi-hory's Inveitebracy ui
jieldi'n: t" :ii-iaii in.'uri siveness is re-
I-o.-i-ild ' for IN- In1 i'-Ti 'is coinpliciUiou
wh'ch can hi l i,e tivercoiiie by prompt
iin-1 most t; r in intimation that
Itus-I.i's open opposition to Hriti-h
" 'Uiiiieri'ial colli',' ions must cea-e. I 1
lids coiiiii ction a story Is current that
he prit'ce-s of Wales' huiried departiiic
from Knglaiol was 111 response lo a des
patch fioin her sifter, the dowafi r em
uress of l!u';i. beering upon Anjl"
Ku Ian ri 1 nun s. It Is well known tl. at
the ilowain-r i-mpress Is strenuous! v
woiklng tocuifhlte ll dellnite u:: b r
standing rei'ar ding Anglo Itusslm, In
terests in the far i-.ist, and it jj nioi
that great linportafce attaches to the
meeting of th,' sisters at Copi-ntrig-11.
H Lsuiding Jeweler,
RAILROAD AVENUE, Albuquerque. N. M. P
lli.lrous ill I', -are.
Paris, Ails'. " The Madrid corres
pondent of the Teu.ps li b graphs this
aliorniM h that 'her.' Is no din. g r r ahy
uprisings in Spa. u. lie a I is that en-f.
hody is desirous of peace, "T hough pro
foundly deploring the necessity for nuk
ing such grout saeriliivs."
Vrlltitt lever I in lull lies.
Savannah, 1 :t , Aug .Y Five thou and
troops are oil tin w,.y to .Savannah to
day to cinhark on transports for Hani iain
to relieve the tf'M,ps tln-r". T he troops,
which are all liiiioiines, are the Third
liisi'gia n-giiio'i.t, from Min'011, and the
Third hii I Fifth regiments from Coluui
I lei,- I-I ,1 .
Santa Cm, ng. Y - A port on tin
south ci -a I of lb- proline,, of Pin-itc
Principe is reported d.-- n- d.
Nml i iiioiiiaioler
Wa-t.ingl.m. Aug. ft. I he president
today a;p,liiiid llaibs 11. Allibone a
C'iniiii-iiidi-r in the navy.
) ll., Ii or t t in-1 1 .
plula lol;4iM, Aug " lir. John Uni
term., tli" faun us n-llow filer expert
and one of Hi" I o ling Cuban advi-ers in
I his c Hint rv, Ii s an u.-d friau Santiago,
where he h.i- l.i-.-n iiig.,gi-, In yellow
ei .-r w irk 1 11 1- r due. 1 1 n of ti e gov
e r 1 1 1 U i-! 1 1 . lie s.,1,1; I ,n ye'loW fel.-r
eases thus fur b ii" (.""ii 1, 1 a light order,
and the 1imr.1t! ti among ths insq s has
Hot been heat y. T h" 1110-1 serious eoiirce
of trouble Is typln l-l fer and malaria
Mo"t nf the 11. en 1:1 In the ho lie's are
suffering Iroiii oiienr th" o'l.erot these
i isva-es As tlm ai-s -it drags) i n, bow
ever, the yelb-'v fever w ! become more
eilooo. aiil lli 'ti ll will b worse tliafi
Spln lrlHT lirtotinil.
New or!.. Aug. ft. I'i-ha'.el.i a to the
W ori.l fri 111 Mi in I s,,y. : Kxidoiialu n ol
Its peace terms a k- d irmii the govern
ment at V ashlric' 'ii, e -pi-ciaily ri gi rd
log the l'l.lli'piii"i. Is i-Xi'-c.-il to day
If II is received, tli ii Hpaiu's thiol an
swer to the I nil -.1 Slates will be msde
mi Saturday, ll Is r tmi- r d that the two
govcriun nis are s ire to come In hii iiii
d'Tstunding f r tKe m ipcnsiori of hodil
Itlesthls w ek, as III reality ihe tmly
queotlous now at Is- tie are nniai ortant.
lOOl AT lll KOSII.
sirikeis Atl o-h Niiii-I iiiiin 'rn U li Vl ent
In Work III tlie Mil a
( l,ko.h. VU , Aug. o.-l;lo! :,g has
'een r-- iiiii -I l y the s.iiKWig w,viil
: k-i !iei i-1. -i .'o'c tin I of I W' r io.-n
try lng to rijii f . lr p'mit w ,:li no.i mil u
, u .-r. At the V'i.i.ii pi mt ia-t i.igi t
1.00 ' si : ki rs c ii I ,i it. pi. 1 1. ix rs utio r. n
: i a' u-' ei d no I : r, . '. to. non-vii-on in rk
Hi n if. t e V l-'L (lie III 11. I hi' t W IS
r !. will, tin -' i.siii-i'.-i'.',. d in re-: rv
,, H i nil ! ii' i ( order uir.il '.iirk'i"s
in. w lieu a ri-Us tm lai, ni l i n the
" iir-v .1' IT. ! i'i v.-'vc'i s o r ll Ii" ci
( i -.t ii I 111-I s ' lol I Ills. t Ii . of We.s
r, d w:.- I roti.'l.t to hi i l.i.e.'i by a s'olip
'i ' k ' t g linn (-l.i.ie the lo.iil SeVirnl
'mis w- r- hi, I i.i the air a i I t ie p 'ilc
t;,',' Hi w it'uiie.
1 Ins inornlng nt 7 o'i l.-ck t'ie strikers
ag.iin con ;rega'--t nod c u b'd
and M'lin d uio woririnsii trying to rear i
Ihe V-rgiin lulll. Thiriy p"liceiiiHi
ere d"i at ' i d to reinforce the i iiuP
"UUail on iinty there, but when the police
arrived ttioinwil et on them wit-h uticl-s
and stoma In a vil lous manner. The
isilice use I tii'ir clubs freely, mid ihe
treet wai una. ly cb-ared lit the expense
f uiniiv biokeii heads and a scorn ef ar
rests, tiiflii ling nine vvoiii -n ring lend
rs. The non-u'il n crew dually reached
till.. l VV. I'llll It AKll
U a 1 el ha I ii i-(i h I'.ii: loclj r tlir Vt liltr (faka
Si -l Inn ill ,w Mftll-.B.
Hon. (i W. k 111 liiinl, a pioii.u cut re
put licau attorney nl V". 1 1 1 1 ti:i:,s, win
was ul S.ii, la F" on imp. Hunt ma. P ii
b.'lore the lorriloi nil -otpiriue court. ctiio
III If -HI fie l.oru .. nig'd lil.d C I tin
m I on r-ohtll to lib: I . 111.- I'd. hi .:-iIi,k
W liio' at s inia l'o b- ..s lulorviev.i' .
by the New Vexicmi in It'LiiAe:
"ll:e ceruiinly of itie ii.ilioa.t "li'
1 1) M lute f .Ks, nil I t .a t i-l of th" I. "I'
.II loul v.i null being in o.i a pa- l it
iiiisis, makes Vt lute (lain one o; l tin most
proiiiieing uiiiiliig camps in me t -i rilory.
.heie are probably the r i.'st poicera in
,he lieu h'sirh'ssl of th .t ; ,.,v of any in
ll e sr iill.wtct.
"It b is been kiioiwi lor 1'i.uy y.-ari
.ii.it t' cie was an ill llli hii' -i ol got I III
ill it vi ii ily.aiso lliie'ii coal u: d iron
ii d the lb l.isof the tv o I nt r i.wn t th.
coining oi the laiiwut lopn op l'o ;
W.lUlll'le C Ollllleillll S. Al. k.. ll in I ', ..
aav.i I ecu uiaile to lentil fie tree V.i.m
did exielil i f Ihe k i.d to lii, ,1 i aril,.,
a iiiinlaias, and Ihe v -i 'o-I is ui uuliiiou
.bat inrte Is prio tb Hily an in In: id d
su 'jdv of the prec ne n-el .. anu'iiit,
lo he t Xin.t'l ,1 Iroin ihehltls atol pl'.cc.s
"I lie placer gii ui.iis lo that rictioii
are t'suuialed to ci-ver iiloul -t urn Bi ns,
and Ihe pay tlirt will run on nil bvi.ihij.'
.th ul twelve feet lit ilcpih. lie d Mi : l.t
lieielolore experienced lu fin'i Inoillt)
has deeii the lack of wat r to Mia-h m
goidell earih. il at qinslion has been
sdvt'-l very recently, Wuii r in a suili -lent
1'iaiitiiy to bundle o.ooii cu' ic )sn:rt ol
llrt ler (lay lias been iccure 1 lw nly
utiles away at the ( 'apituu inoiiiiioiii .
-enrol springs fi.lhlshllig the Hip, It
the uisch.irgH Issiiig ah, mt ft li giii ii
pi r minute."
The JicnrillHiT'M'erri nt' .i n in ll," nsine
of the ori' inlz ition, no. :o up tiiii e i illt
of I'H-hI p 'ople, that Is pusioi.a f is en
terprise to C "ll.pll lloll. I ol. I III hold Is
mo- i f the prime iiiovets in the fat. rol n
scheme. T he piping lor tl," Itu lilt linle
is to be laid liiiiii".liiiti lt , the inn, cy for
its pinch is-i already being on l a, I.
i-li.ikii.g of Hie c, i, di. ions thai
.iugiiie.1 a new prosicril, fir Wh'ti
iiik-. Col. Prichard -t.nl that tl (ll 1 Al .
niine Is now being w rked it' -n a !ti,nt
age, and the Ilium tal'e mine Is hlt-o do
ing well The Noitli Ibnieslak" lilllie.
which suspended work a lew Months
'o.'O N.lll rei:tue opi retn ,is shottly.
I here lire oilier mine;, i f ( ,roinl-ti g out
look lu the vicinity "W into (inks." HHid
i'olont'l Prichiii.l, "is a bullion produc ng
i limp, the vulne lill l extent ot Its ore he
'eg known in, I r'cgni7,'d among
.iilni-rs. We l i te every as-urance." be
'ontiniieil, "(hot lb-' railroad which has
Ii mp iriitily utoipnl Ht Abnuogor lo, to
til n:i t of ii I, ranch line being built I"
he SHcraiiioi-'o lliouiilalos. w ill b" d n
iliiin d on to While (I iks its siH'ii as mis
hraiicli lino is completed, Work will
I'liihtli-s ! resumed on the ui tin line in
William Ci niiil, the bas: lall player,
r el'i ; in'.l to T"i i n, Kan., Inst night, not
In-viog be -ii aide to Ms ure a sal siiii-iory
p-i-il i i In the r'li'road shoos lu tins
i'y. II" will linl-li Hie -easoii Willi the
;', i ka club.
Hi is S!i,;v -.1 Soni3 Siilas of
Hjirg Ccrnrjon S:ns
Sckfildors In Shafici's Atmy al
V. ho', nf Vmd.iVs A'my R ing PI.,C'4 on
T sn parts 'u b. brought Nurtii.
AMksiCXS tl 1.10 STATION IS SAMOA.
.Ni ti k. A g ft A d: i t' h to the
Wi" ., i .0 a , i i . .i, 1 y way of Hong
I' ' : ".i;i; s' i, ihe 1:1 u, gci.i
l i't . ' . ... to. r. t: I- li.l.y I i
II: ' I 1 I'., l e two propn .
' e o . ' v I.i :i In i' so:vi
i '. i n. ri .t in, i. o.i i
'. i i .. vi ta u in III.- t 1,1 in -..Ml-
! ' 1 . I o Is Ilia. t':i' t'i III
, i r . i- i I I t 1 Aim nca.i laud
' I ' !''!!. ' I I ! I ' T ops to IIIHlCll
'! II i. ' e Ii ,., i f .li,oi . ll),.
'Ill :. .. ... of is .1 " Till U " I, r ill
I. lie to C - ,1 (o I I -.. ll WOlllil
.'i'i.. f t'i" v.ily if the natives
. ' b ; tii I. ui. ,i.l." in v i i.i vi ul si em to
liein i. iiinMoHi.l notch through
be ' if 1 1 .1 i f thn ; . my . At the same
-line lbs im'ivK tr."s bilng thus ar
roy.-d t 1,1 e a; I l r direct or del f
in.i' b" ni'-re ta i! coiiiroll'sl und re
V li'w I i e'll t ,-e -.-s . ihe sicotld
pi..' A .-in nil oi out'e-d I'.e loiin.tlion
of b'ni'p "' rc.' turn's wfi American
Hi 'i re. His 's t onsiib loll h'-'hly lin
noi ti. ii i i n.j.i si on slid a .h-i 1, 1 ei key
o l ie Wind" SI not i II It IH believed
hul t!,et wi iild lie ob.'.'.ieiit and eislly
eol tiiiilid under t n'lful cniiiiHtiilers
An, fil. ao troops now oci npy the
' 1 1 iir.u"' iii froi 1 1 of Ml..te,a iiiilturb of
'I'o.iiiii, wl'ieli were consirucled by
A.'Uluahhi II " r, b, l,t withdrew to let
or mt ri t..ke th Ir pi ,ces cli'io to the
Ih' As, hi I a'b i v. iii orled bv B bat
' ili'il i f f " Th rd liiiiii liy, Is lu pied
l. ll at lit" I i, i.i. il i , una b-ing pl.iute.l
'- ' bin K t'loti.hii I ' i::i i id the Spanish
Ml It Al IMIll.ll.
Ilia I rluittltil l.ut nt Ftvtr Casra l
W ii s'i ngt .ii, Aug ft. i he following
liitillh" al, Holy CoiidltuiU ot the
mi i i ichii r niiip i t Siintn.'go was made
'i' he a' i:," tt oi i', ii'iiiiei.t this niorii
.l.: MiiiU.gi'. ng. i -s.i'oiturv re
i f r Ao,- i : ;t d: l'otal sink. it.'W,
'. i It- r . "J i ; to w i' isi s of ft vcr, 4 I'.i;
: f f.-v r ii'lu'ii-'.l ti duty, it'.ft.
'"itln: I'. mi'..' loiiiul C Johnson,
' n n tm A Kn -i 1.1,'oiiirv, ncnt,i dy eii
'i ; l't.v.t e Ib'iiry Hoos'.oll. Cotii
e'liv v. F. g'oh In'iintrv, dysenlery;
i'.ni. e II. Ii .il.tiiitli, Coinpiiliv (i,
s'V " iii iiif.-i- try, yellow fever; Sergeanl
Itri iisu I. "I en, c imiany F, Twelfth
iT 'iiln , t ; p'i 'l l f vei ; Private 1 homas
J I, lir. I. r. ""' hi K, si V!ltteil l In
ii rt.t'o - ii, -i-nterv. Private Henry
t'tn Ism , i'oi,,i ii' ,, tiiiriy fniirtli Mich'
gal:, leal. ml lever; 1'iivate Peter H.
iiiiin, t. inpiiiy Ii. lliirlv-fourth Mich
k'B'i. Hi 1 1 it 1 1 it 1 fet'r; Pilvate Joseph
i'l 'ii T, e ni:'iti y i. thlr:y fourth Mich
in. inal't'iil f"V t ; Pii.-ntK (ieorge
.'oi '.In, coinp inv I,, thirty fourth Mich
g in. inaliu n.l let, r. Sll U I Ml.
hainiiH I'lialinii Statlmi.
( I'll ago. Aug., ft A -pi cltil lotlie Kecord
l.rn V. ;t 'iti:!tu:l sty-; "Die preelib-lit
oat- ilei'ii'i .1 to in, il," lae'lciil li-e of the
iiio-ro i-i: ruhlH al 1'i'ogo i' .ligit harbor,
S..1.1 a, ami ,1 ; il'ii-iliiiieiit of a fully
oiiit iie l 1 1 v . i ; (" a.iiii- -..a, inn theie will
ii, oeri ii,'-n nl once."
SI slter's ,t I inv I i.niinir; Home.
haul. ago tin Ciila, Aug ft. - (ieneral
sl i.l .... I, v , niiu d nrt.'ls to move bis
-ni.t' i-riuv iii, rlh at mice. Ihe six
..an -.'. rls l.niM wil1 lu..e the Urst ship
in-hi . in d th" i.i I , .1 kit 1 Hi Will begin
io in rr, w. Tli-io l- (;reat rejoicuig
aui ilig ll IriMips.
t . I'.iSV I ,-,-r IrllRi.
ii diih'.t.'ti, A..g ft. The filli.wlng
"a' i: gi '.10 I .... I . , ; , i , .-. i , i il at the win
' I-l'" ' ill ei,l ll ill S,,,,;i, im Hayti:
Firs: l.n i:t -i ant .hunt's II. Stet-', higual
coil - I'i. P. ,1 - nl, . t, ini t -i-r-i, uie-l of
ti liov. I no al 'J. a. m tins d it.
I in Mint., Sin 'eon."
i. tt. ii. r.
Ib'glilar Ini'i 'i g nf Aliiliq erilie
lodge. So 1, I It (i. I . will lie held al
'heir ball tins e.e:,i g nl H o'clm-k
;.-n .In r- i f I ..ill I. (I i. F. lodges ami
if ,l ngloe'l i i" r loll.v litvlled to at
tend. Co, I ug iiii -tin flits will be
H I Vn I. H) ,.i ,1 r ,d
.). II. llolllNsilN,
A gr,.i.d fr.o concert, followed by a
ilniice. will t .'.. ; ht .-al (iichi. trion hall
Ki-iio.! r..v, ii, -I ' iii,. w'll also bes
''oil.-., it nt 1 1 I, . ! : i.oditv alieriitsi'i at
il o'c.'H-k. 1,1-1 It ll i lied.
A Clearino; Out
'.--'-. - -' -
i f-t'l.lt 1 1 .jij
I.ADll'S' () Ok'DS
Stc them at
To give our customers a wide scope
for slIi ction i t is necessary to carry
a ninth lerer line of
Tlian we can oriinarilv dipoc of
in a set ton an J to mike room for
the arrival of fall good'. We have
b",;uii our jnnuii basket sale, and
have marked the ood;, some ol
them away below c:st to close
thiin out. We have some splendid
bare j ins.
25 A I'Allsf. sold for $2.00, $2 50 and $3.00.
I!E(). c. caiusify a ro
t4ll. HHOfllH I.IVK
J2 S. Second St.
H. E. FOX,
('(irutT 'il St. ami (Soltl Ave.
CHIEF WATCH INSPECTOR SAN T A FK PACIFIC R. R.
Railroad Watches -Sold on easy Monthly Payment.
21 Uwtw-. Waiiium. We have ust rtaived an elegant line of
21 ind 2: lrwI.J lUmpcUn. JSk Wedding Rii-iv;-: in Tiffany, Oval
17 lewtuiJ Hjmilloiu i j t-i . t
17 lewtird KVius nd l1 shapes.
17 UyUd U sliiu.nfc Fine Watch work, Stone Mounting and ar-
Unc Cn.ld, Gold hilld, Silvtr ,
and NicLU- cmh. t,s,,c rl?raving promptly done.
Malt Ot-tfi- '-iiii lliil itnl is) ei ion (,n;ir;iit ,(!
Royal Entertainment I
SOS and 307
Third Week of
This is Your Last Chance to Buy Your .Summer
Underwear for Less Than Half Price I
SpCClcll ScllCami Muslii
and Children's Vests
Wo liavo put on sale 100 dozen misses' and children's
lino woolon undorwear at ridiculously low prices. You
must see them to appreciate this great sacrifice sale.
B. ILFELD&CO., Props.
Gold Band Hem.
Gold Bad Breakfast Bacon.
Gold Band Chip Beef.
Gold Band Boiled Ham.
ItiKttiii HfHiitlt's M vrknrt'l.
Nt'W stiM'k of Brick ami American
Vt exisct tomorrow Importel Swiss
Ifymi want to put tip fruits use our
llfiiiz .V Cu. rii-kliiiir Vlii'Kar.
W s Inivii io vsrltttlss nf M"oa ami Jars
CiitTt'tH, from 20 conti to M Cftitn per
( iir stork of UroorlfS Is ciiuiilt'ts ml
mir jTlffs the lowsst.
The Jaffa Grocery Co.
US MH'TH SlitOMI BTUI1KT.
TIIK FA III I
Tlitiss Vli-tor st'ts of kiilvtst stilit llks
In't rakt'S. Many IhiIIcs shIiI Hist Hist
' .nl pslil tl fur ttis satus nrtlclss soltl at
l'i('t'i:ts st Tin Kair. Thsm ars a fsw
ii.z-n lift. Cuius early if you want to
iM'iirs a set. Tim liuvsr rgn bsstsrs are
nil if'iiit'. Imt you run B"t a i-'io meat
t'lniiivr for tt rents, an Improved rolling
liii wurtli 'J'-r tor IDrpiits.aiiilatliiiusaiiil
mi I one other articles at a pries not to be
l ,iiiMt. il Iii Clilt'Hiro all at the
I lii south Kirst street.
Mrs. W. W. Dennis left Weilnsstlay
i vlit for l.os Anireles, where she will
visit fur a few weeks.
THE SULPHUR SPRINOS
WASON & TRIMBLE, Prop.
Th bat tqulpo.4 (W-wetkljr four-ham iUft In tlu Southwnt. From Thorn
ton to th famous Sulphur Sorinm la th ttax MouaUla. Lav Thorato.
Tuodayi. ThuTKUyt and SalurcUyt at 8 a. aa, arrfv at BUai 12 aooot iur
BUnd at I a, m. and arrlv at Sulphur at 5 o. m. Star return from Sulohun
oo Mondays, Wednesday and Friday. Parti leaving Albuquarqu oo Satur
day can pna sunaay in in moumama.
Round Trip Ticket lor Sal by
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO., - Albuquerque
E. J. POST & CO.,
We Carry a Full Line of Buckeye Mower Repairs. Thorn All-Sttti
Eaiy Dump Hay Rkt. Milbura and Studcbkf M7foiu
Write for Price. Mail order riven prompt attention.
a xna w tvt UK
VISITORS STOP AT
THE GRAND CENTRAL,
N. T. Arinljo Buildlngr.
A. O.utrJtllr Xjooattacl XIot.1.
All Paltenu 10 and ISc
Day a ReccirttL
20 1 Ilailroad Avenue, Albaqnerqae, N. M.
Best Xji;ti.tccl EXtoxro In
Don't Waste Your Time
Looking for Problematical Values when you are
absolutely certain of them here. This great
Midsummer Sale of ours has proven such an
overwhelming success that we are going to con
tinue it for A WEEK MORE I
Hf W in low Display Ths reinul ruler of our stot'k
or sll 1'iil .rnl suirl wsists, in hII slztM from 3'i to
I J. kd in tlas sale ut on!) uoo. Keiueuiber ths
i'i ie, only fyio
Sll HIT W 1STA
Mil 'e of white illicit, wlillo they lust, take your
inm ui tuny
.'j il e s of white, t'htti'keil ami strlpeil Nalnstsiks, to
cli'nr iii s'.oi'k, r.'uliir tic khoJs. take your nick
f"r only &o a yani.
LAWNS AND OlKiANDlES.
J."i nieces, sol. I rei(iilnrly up to 2ic a yanl, take
your choice of any In the lot, per yaril.onl jr. . ,to
I line of I.ailii's' Dark Tan Hose, regular mails,
iloulile liet'l ami toe, all sizes, speciul at . . , .l'i'0
1 linn of I.ailles' Hettiulfss StripeJ Hose, la all
s ies at colors, sprcisl at loo
ii lines of Infiints' ami Misses' Hose, full regular
uisile cotton lutee, ilotilile knees, iloulile lieei anil
toes, tins nlili. il, also I, Isle thread, colors, tan
chiM-oliite ami oxlilissl; ri'truliir i"it) hose, speciul
L to rinse out (tic
r,j A full, rt'Kiilur I. Isle litis, in all sizes, regular
L.jj price l."ic it-r puir, in this sale only Inc
Another lot of fancy stock ribbon, all nnmbor
IV i rilitjous, ami worth in regular way trom ii5e to
(sic a yanl, special price to clean tuein out. per
Ahout 40 pair of Ladles' Oi fords, color. Tan,
oxIiIikiI anil lilack; thess goods ars worth opto ti
a pair; special price to clear tlism out, per pair,
Shoes, sizes 12 to 2; abont 39 pairs all ilze black;
to clear them out, per pair, only 4ue
See Window Display. Boys' Knee PanU. agt 4
to 14, auuioier weight, to clear theui out, per pair
Kor boys, agns 4 to 14. made of fast colors, itilrt
lug prlnU; to cloM tlieui out, each, loo.
fleutV tlalhriggan Shirts and drawers, the regu
lar CsJc kind, special at ag
A fancy lulled blue and white, also tan and
white, shlrU and drawers, th Toe kiud, special at
ll K i-il