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ALBUQURRUUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY AMHRNOON, AUGUST 9, UVM
American Troops Gain a Glorious
Victory Over the Spanish.
AQUINALDO'S ARMY RUriAINED NEUTRAL.
Spanish Loss Over 500 Killed and Wounded
American Loss Light.
CUBA TO LJE MADE A MILITARY DEPARTMENT.
Hong Kong, Aug. 9. The German
ftcHinwr Patriarch, which left Manila,
August tUh, arrived here to-day, and
hrouKht the drat newit of a severe en
KHgement between the Spaniard and
Americans near Manila. The American
were victorious and only loet eleven men
killed and thlrty-pigM wounded. The
Hpinish lossee are reported to have been
heavy. The Insurgent forced remained
The attack wag made on the American
c imp between Cavlte and Manila on the
night of July 81. The Spaniards who
numbered over 8,000 made several des
perate charge upon the American lines,
and each time the Bra of the American
troops drove the Spaniards back, and
finally broke the Spanish centre and the
Later the Spaniards made a second at
tack and were again repulsed and re
treated Into the bush, keeping up an
Incessant fire on the roads leading to
Manila, over which they apparently ex
pected the American troops to advance.
Some estimates place the Spanish
losses at over five hundred men killed
Three transports which sailed from
Sua Francisco with Gen. Merritt, but
which were delayed at Honolulu, arrived
August fl. The monitor Monterey had also
HKI'OKT OK HiTTI.K CONriHilKU.
Washington, Aug. fl.m. Merritt hue
milled the war department a dispatch
confirmatory of the Associated Press re
ports of the battle of Manila.
Secretary Alger regiirds the Manila
fight as the beginning of a general attack
on the Philippine capital.
I.IT UK AMKRh'ANri KILI.KU
Washington, Aug. 1. The war de
partment to-day received the following
c thlegraiu f roui Hong Kong: Adjutant
General, Washington: Macarthur'a
troops arrived on the 81st. No epidemic
sickness. Klve deaths. Lieut. Kerr, of
the engineers, died of spinal meningitis.
Laudlug at the camp delayed on account
of the high surf.
To gain the approach to the city,
Green's outposto were advanced to con
tinue the line from ("amino Real to th
beach ou Sunday eight. The Spanish
attacked sharply. The artillery outpoete
behaved well and held the position. It
was necessary to call out a brigade.
The Spanish loss Is rumored to be heavy.
Our loss-Killed: Tenth Pennsylvania,
John Brady, Walter Brown; Infantry, Win
K llrtnton, Jacob Hull, Jesse Nose, Wm.
SiillWHgoui Kirst California, Maurice
Just; Third artillery. Kit Dawson; Kirst
(' lora ln, Kred. Springhead.
Seriously wounded: Tenth Peiineylva
ni l, Sergeant Alva Walter, Privates Lee
H iler, Victor Holmes, C. 3. Carter and
Arthur Johnson; Kirst California. Cn.pt.
H. Htchter aud Private C. J. Kdward;
Third artillery. Privates Charles WluUeld
and J. A. McKlroth
Thirty-eight were slightly wounded.
IiKTAILS Of THK BATTI.K.
New York, Aug. U. A copyrighted cable
from Manila bay, August 4, via Houg
Kong, August M, to the Kveniug World,
gives the following particulars of the
lighting near Malal ou the night of July
HI: Gen. (ireeue's force, Dumhering 4,khj
men. had been advancing and entrench
ing. The arrival of the third eipedltion
filled the Spaniards with rage. They de
termined to give battle before Camp
liewey could be reinforced. The trenches
extended from the beach 300 yards to the
left Hank of the insurgents. Sunday was
an Insurgent feast day, and their left
Hank withdrew, leaving the American
right Hank exposed. Companies A and K
of the Tenth Pennsylvania and Utah
batteries were ordered to reinforce the
In the midst of a raging typhoon with
a tremendous downpour of rain, the en
emy's force, estimated at 3,000 men, at
tempted to surprise the camp. Our pick
etl were driven in and the trenches as
saulted. The brave Pennsylvania men
itood nnder a withering fire. The alarm
spread, and the Kirst California regiment
with two rompaules of the Third artll
lery, who fight with rilles, were sent up
to reinforce the Pennsylvanians. The
enemy were on top of the trenches when
these relnforri uts arrived. Never was
the discipline of the regu ars better dera
onstrated than by the work of the Third
artillery uuder Capt. O'llara. Nothing
could be seen but the (lashes of the Mau
ser rifls. The men ran right up to the
attacking Spaniards auJ mowed them
down with regular volleys.
The I'tah battery under Captain Young
covered lUelf with glory. The pulled
their guns through the mud axle deep.
two guns were sent ar und In flank
anil poured In a destructive enfilading
lire. The enemy wan repulsed aud re
treated In disorder. Our infantry had
exhausted its ammunition and did not
follow the enemy.
Not an Inch of ground was lost, but
the scene in the trenches was one never
to be forgotten. Itiiring the (lashes of
lightning the deud and wounded could
be seen lying In blood red water, but
neither the elements of heaven nor the
iiesirucuve power or man could wring a
cry of protest from the wounded. They
encouraged their comrades to fight aud
handed over their cartridge belts.
During the night the Spanish scouts
were seen carrying off their dead and
wounded. The American dead were burled
the next day in the convent of Mara-catutn.
On the night of August 1 the fighting
was renewed, but the enemy had been
taught a lesson, and made the attack at
long range with heavy artillery. The
I'tah battery replied. The artillery duel
lasted an hour. One man was killed. He
was Kred. Sprlugstead. of the Kirst Colo
rado, and two mn were wounded.
Ou the night of August 2 the artillery
duel was renewed. Two men were badly
wounded, and are this morning reported
dead, which brings the total dead to thir
teen, with ten in the hospital mortally
CONI.HATl LATKS HIS TKOOI'S.
New York, Aug. U Gen. Greene has
Issued this address to his troops:
"Camp Dewey, Near Manila. The
brigadier-general commanding desires to
thank the troops engaged last night for
the gallantry aud skill displayed by them
In repelling such a vigorous attack by
the largely superior force of Spaniards.
Not an inch of ground was yielded by
the Tenth Pennsylvania Infautry and
I'tah artillery stationed In the trenches.
A battalion of the Third artillery and
Kirst regiment of California Infantry
moved forward to their support through
a galling fire with the utmost intrepid
ity. The courage and steadiness shown
by all iu the engagement is worthy of
the highest couiiueudatiou."
country, fearing a bombardment. There
Is no apparent scarcity of fond In the
city. In the country districts there l
Washington, Aug. . The president
has accepted the resignations of Col
('has. A. Woodward, Lieutenant Colonel
George II. Chafiln, Major George
Taylor and Captain C. A. Goodell, of the
Sixth Massachusetts, now on duty
Porto Rico. They have been discharge.
from further service. No explanation is
fnrto Klro Troopa.
Washington, Ang. . The secretary of
war has stopped the dispatch of further
reinforcements to Porto Rico.
Iaili or t'ol. Ilin.
Boston, Aug. U Col. Kred. G. Bogan,
commander of the Niuth Massachusetts
r 'glment, I'nltwl States volunteers. Col.
Bagan arrive t from Cuba a few days ago
lu a greatly debilitated condition as the
result of hardships. He was 4S years old.
D.r.ua... of Nan Join,
New York, Aug. . A dispatch to the
Herald from San Juan, Porto lileo, says:
Troops are busily engaged constructing
defenses, although the local papers large
ly publish rumors of peace. The greater
part of the population has left for the
i nc auccau oi our Special Bargaina In ;itch lut wk Induca
ua to off anothtr. tte hava just received a tupply of Pull IcwcUd
U5Jwtli Nickeled Movements, abaoluUly actuate tinwLpr.
w mvi iiufd ntcw in warranted oold ruled
Civi And oiler them complele for
Only a dozen of them on hand.
t.. on.r l.uii:. lk.ni:s al KIHICLII PKICliS lor FtW DAVS.'fel
IMtUCfcU PKICliS lor FEW DAYS
RAILROAD AVENUE, Albuquerque N
Leading Jeweler, KA1LKUAX) AVENUE, Albuquerque. N. M.
lMth nf a. (tov.rnnr.
Bismarck, N. I), Aug. Gov. F, A
Brlggs, of North Dakota, died this morn
ing of consumption.
MILITARY lr I'AKrMKNT.
Oaau t h0. I'laoS la Cnmmaml of th
Mllltnryr Dapartmant of Caba.
Chicago. Ang. t. A special to the
Tribune from Washington aaya: Presl
dent Mckinley has decided to establish
the military department of Cuba. For
the present the territory embraced will
be that wrested from Gen. Toral. The
command will be known as the military
department of Santiago. It is the Inten
tlon of the war department to detail as
commanding general Gen. A R. Chaffee,
who was lieutenant colonel of the Third
cavalry, on duty at Fort Riley, Kansas.
Yt hen the war broke out he was made
brigadier general of volunteers, and on
July 8 was commissioned inijor general
for gallautry In Cuba. He Is an Ohio
Monumaut U Kajr.
Frederick, Md.. Ang. . Francis Scott
Key, author of "The Star-Spangled Ban
ner, was honored to-day In this, his na
tlve city, by the dedication of a handsome
monument erected to his memory. There
was a parade, an oration by Henry W at
termm. of Kentucky, an address by Mis
Donald McLean, nf New York, and an ode
by Kolger McKluxey, of Baltimore.
ORr to I'arola All Nnliih I'rl.onara
(plorxl In tha War.
New York, Aug . A special to the
Tribune from Washlngtou says: The
lulled States has magnanimously
offered to parole the 1,3ml Spanish naval
prisoners taken at the destruction of
Admiral Cervera's H.et whenever Spain
la ready to repatriate them. The offer
provided only for their delivery on
n mtral vessels uuder the guarantee of
security In the pons of the I' lilted States,
and perhaps the Spanish delay In ac
ctpttngls cauted by the dilllculty of
securing a single transport at the prcs-
it time. Sialit does not possess i
single American prisoner to offer In ex
0'iangH for the Spaniards captured by
the I nlted States navy in the Philip
pines as well as the West Indies.
Minneapolis, Minn., Aug. It. A special
to the Journal from Bismarck, N. D., says
says that the total loss In last night's
lire will be from 'i,imi to IToO.ocO,
with Insurance not to exceed $'.250,000
HUt HfcUI-t K.NTKNM AI..
Mr. A. Ilarxlt I'ta-uaiilly Hurprlixl j
Mar rrlamla I t Night.
Yesterday being the &ith birthday of
of Mrs. A. Harsch, ahsut sixty of her
friends planned and executed a complete
surprise on her last night. They gath
ered at the Harsch residence on south
Kirst street at about 8:30 o'clock aud
after everybody had extended congratu
lations and wished Mrs. Harsch many
happy returns of her natal day, Mrs.
Granger, In a few well chosen remarks,
presented her with a baudsoma ma
hajpuy rocking chair Inlaid with pearls.
lu behalf of the members of the Relief
Crrp, the Degree of Honor, the Kilo
club aud her friends and neighbojs.
Mrs. Harsch replied brielly thanking her
friends for the beautiful token of their
Among the other presents were a hand'
some Kasteru bUr pin, the gift of Mr
aud Mrs. Kd. llarsch; a dozen line water
glasses, from Mr. and Mrs. Wll'iaiu
Kii-ke, anil a beautiful cake dish from
Mrs Henry Kaber. Mrs liarpch also re
celved a box of choice (lowers, together
with congratulations from Mr. and Mrs
Charles Lenhart.of Los Angeles.
Ringing, sis-iai converse aud ileliciou
refreshments made the hours pass all lis
quickly, and when the time came to go
home every one voted that It halbei ua
most delightful evening.
la Tliera a Ml.lalt.f
Some of our cltlzsus are In doubt re
garding the reported death of Guy Kuds
ley at the Stbouey hospital, Santiago de
Cuba, although the uews Came through a
letter written by Charles Hopping. Guy
Kndsley was a sergeant In Troop K, aud
Sergeant George W. Annijo aud llee I..
A I hers, who are uow In the city, discredit
the report of his death, stating that sure
ly the olllcers at the hospital would not
have been so derelict In their duties as to
have failed to olliclally notify Mrs. Net
tleton had Guy's death occurred. They
state that, at the least calcu'atlon. Mr.
Hopping must have been about thirteen
miles from Siboney ou July 1H or 1'.'.
when Guy Is supposed to have died, and
he might have been misinformed, follow
ing up his Information by writing home
without first personally making an
Investigation. Although this paper has
scanned the published lists of the dead.
wounded and sick of the "Rough Riders"
since they lauded In Cuba, we have fulled
to see the name of Guy Kndsley.
O. P. Posey and Mrs. W. P. Sargent.
who were here yeiterday ou some busi
ness conuected with their mining prop
ertles lu the ( ot'hltl district, returned
last night, lirs hargeut going direct to
Denver and Mr. Poser leaving the train
at Thornton, from which place he took
the stage this morning for Bland. Mr.
Posey Is the general manager of the Co
chill Gold Mining company.
TEII1IS OF PEACE.
Spanish Answer Being Discussed
by President and Cabinet.
United States Offers to Parole all the
Oca. flllei Marching on San Jusn-SpiB
Kn Dinar Killed.
(parish roRTirrma at iar jdar.
Washington, 10 a, m., Ang. t The
Spanish answer to the American peace
conditions will be pres-nted to the gov
eminent of the l ulled States some lime
to-day, probably this afternoon. It Is
definitely settled that It wtil not be de
llvered prior to to day's cabinet meeting
No time yet ba been fixed for the de
livery of the answer, and will not be un
tilths trench ambaador has time to
give careful consideration and study to
the reply, which has been deciphered In
full and Is now receiving close examln
atlon. They certainly will be In the
hands of the United States government
luring the day, but It is possible that the
ambassador will deliver It to Secretary
Day and there may be no occasion for a
conference between President McKlnley
aud M. Camlsin.
AITKIT HIT OH.IKtT.
Spain's reply Is the acceptance of all
the conditions laid down by the United
States, but Spain presents elaborate
views ou each point Involved and ques
Hons which would naturally arise when
the American conditions are carried Into
execution. W hether this will be consld
ered satisfactory remains to be decided.
MI.NISTKU t'AMHON TO CALL.
Washington, Aug. I. It Is understood
that Ambassador C'ambou has made an
appointment with the president to pre
sent the Spanish reply aud will call
within few minutes.
New York, Aug. . A Paris dispatch
printed here this afternnou says: A dis
patch received here from Madrid via
Hiarrllr says that the Spanish reply to
the l ulled States expresses the hope that
:he American government will not hand
una over to the Insurgents, but will re
.aln control of the government In order
lhat the Interests of Spanish property
wuers may bs respected. Spaiu atso
intimates her preference for the reten
tlon of Porto Kloo, surrendering any of
ler Pacific possessions to the Americans
nsteait. The Spanish government Is
atlstled with the appointment of the
mixed commission to settle the question
if the disposition of the Philippines and
suggests a meeting of a commission to
be held In Paris.
Washington. Aug. 1. The cabinet ad
journed at 12:35 without having received
official word of the Spanish acceptance.
It was stated that the French ambassador
might deliver the answer to the president
within an hour.
A dispatch was read from Admiral
Dewey announcing the arrival of the
Monterey and Brutus at Manila, and that
there was plenty nf coal and fresh pro
visions to last three mouths.
The cabinet meeting was devoted large
ly to a discussion of the speculative na
ture of the Spanish reply. The president
told the cabinet that he would call a
ssclal session for to-morrow morning In
TO 1IK IlKl.lVKItKI).
Washington, Aug. II, 4:10 p. m. The
Spanish reply will be delivered at the
VN hlte house between IS aud 0 p. 111. to day.
Mpaulali Ml, k
Washington, Aug. 1) The following
liepatch bus beeu received:
Santiago, via llaytl, Aug. U. Adjutant
leueral, Washington: The Alicante Is
now being loaded with Spanish sick. It
Is to carry l.oon. The ship will leave this
afternoon or early lu the morning.
Hrutttiir llanna Intarvlawad.
Duluth, Minn., Aug. U. Senator llaruia
and II. II. Kolil'ant left this afternoon
for Yellowstone Park Manna said that
he believed the silver Issue absolute)?
lead and all hope of International agree
ment on bl-metalllsm futile, at least for
the present. He expected, however, that
the silver lesne wonld be galvanir M t
do duty as the main question by O
opponnnts. of the republican party en
therein lay thlr weskne'S.
La Salle III., Aug.-Kx-Concre-umn
Alexander Campbell, known as the fxth
er of the greenlmcknrs. Is dea l.
fl.KKTY or TIMMU-S.
Oen. Miles Hm all tha Troop II Wanta
In Korta Klro.
Ttasningion. Aug. w-lien. Miles re
ported ry cable this morning that the
force at bis command was ample for the
purpose of completing the conquest of
Porto Rico. This leaves all of Wade
provisional corps of eighteen regiments
still In ths 1'nlted States. It Is believed
tint all of Wilson's division, except the
Third Kentucky aud Fifth Illinois, have
already sailed, and they will be allowed
to proceed. The two regiments above
named are at Newport News and will be
detained there until the war departmen
has arranged for their further detail.
I'OHIO KIlAft CAMI'AKlN.
Men. Ml Im la An.anrln, nn Ilia Capital
Kpanlah Offlolal Klllani In a Nklrmlah.
Ponce, Torto Rlco,.ug. S.-Ucn. Henry
witn the Sixth Illinois and Sixth Massa
chusetts, will move to m trrow by way o
Adjuntos on Areclbo, about tweuty miles
north of Adjtmta as ths crow files.
snort stretch of theroal the troops will
follow Is In a very bad condition. Prac
llually all our troops will then be In mo
tion In four columns towards the capital
of San Juan. Gen. Schwan Is at Yauco.
w llson near Coamo and Brooks at Guay
Porto Ktcaiis filiated by Gen. Stone
have been engaged wllh a small Spanish
outpost between Adjuntasaud l'tuado,ou
vo Arecioo. unn Kpanlsh olllcer wss
Major General Miles, lth several troops
of cavalry, expects to follow Gen. Henry
lu a day or two. If peace Is prompllv
Ml .!, ... ....
oeimicd jiues will ue wis nrsi to enter
San Juan, going by railroad from Arecllio
to the Porto Rican capital. In view or
the news received here about the progress
of peace negotiations, all the American
army olllcers appear o believe that there
will be no more llghtlug. The fleet Is In
the harbor of Ponce, and Capt. Rodgers
f the Puritan, who Is In command, ex
peels orders at any time to proceed to
MANILA TO JIK ATTACK Kit.
Amarlnaa Army (JI.mIds la on tha llonmad
Saatiiah til jr.
New York, Aug. 'A A copyrighted dls-
oaU-h to the r ..i,,' dated Manila. Ang. 4
via Houg hong, Aug. U, Hlt,.: The
United States monitor Monterey, arrived
here to-day. Manila will fall as soon as
the mouitor Mouadnock cornea here. She
is expected by next Thursday. Dewey's
ships are stripping for action.
Owing to the high wind and heavy
seas, the troops of the third expedition
have not yet lauded. Two lighters cap
Used In the attempt and two natives
Immediately after the arrival of the
expedition Gen. Merritt organized all the
forces for the attack on Manila. The
troops were formed Into one division un
ler command of Gen. Anderson. The
division is composed of two brigades, the
tlrst under Gen. MacArthur, the second
under Gen. Greene. The two brigades
number It.ixw men.
Dewey's Meet coinnmiids the trenches
aud camps of the Spaniards. The sltua
tion at Manila Is critical. Ths lights nf
the city are extinguished. All meats are
exhausted. The defenses are a cordon of
trendies and two batteries of nine inch
guns, the latter on the Cavlte side. The
big guns are directly lu front.
Trlaea t Mturad,
hey West, Aug. U. Two Norwegian
steamers have lieeu added to the United
States' large collection of war prizes
I hey are the Aladdin, captured by the
auxiliary gunboat Hawk off Cadiz light
sle of Pines, on Saturday last, and the
Bergen, taken by the auxiliary gunboat
Iklnir, off Krancls Key, on Sunday.
The Aladdin cleared from Tamplco, Mex
co, for Sagua la Grande with a carcn of
ugar. 1 he Bergen was oetensihly b mini
from Santiago for the same port for the
purpose It Is said of taking off refugees.
Lamps and trimmers, n hitney Co.
We Have Filled Up
The Tubs Again.
See the Misses' and Boy's Shoes in
the sizes II 1-2 to 2 Tub at Sc,
sold for as high as $2.00 a pair.
and first come will get the choice.
ItHIMJ YOl'K kl I'AlklMI
CEO. C. CAIUSLEY & GO.
Alt, Oat II AC HB) t.ltKSJ I'tHKrl L
Xrllablr Hhoe Dralera,
122 S. Second St.
H. E. FOX,
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A. Week Long to be Remembered 1
Opposite the Old
Fourth Week of
Bargains Like Ours Cannot Laot Forever.
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f Blanket Deal!
Como early and select
the best. Astounding
on all our
Dress Goods, Silks and Linings.
Every Article in Our House is a Money Saver !
B. 1LFELD&CO., Props.
Gold Band Bin.
Gold Band Breakfast Bacon.
Gold Band Chip Beef.
Gold Band Boiled Ham.
Ronton Bi'Mitle Markril.
Nhw atock of Briok u1 AintrlcAn
Wt fxpKct to-nnrrow Initwirtf 1 Bwlxa
If you want to put up fruiti qn our
Mollis X Co. Picklliifr VlnKr.
" liv 10 vnrltloA of Udta And Java
Ciiff.'oi. from 20 eent i to 60 emit per
Our nUck of Groceries Ih complete anil
our prlcM tli liiwp-it.
The Jaffa Grocery Co.
lift SOUTH SF.CONO STKRKT.
(Iblrata OralB Markat.
CIiIpbro, Auir. tl. Wht AuauHt.
Corn AiiRiiHt, H2'o; 8pt., a:tn.
OutM AuguHt, 207o; 8pt., 20'Bo.
New ?rk. Alia. . Uonar on nail
nniiilliiilly l',unl',' wr cent. lYImn
uiHrcunttlH impur, pur cut.
Nnw Vork. Auir. Hllm. Bit";.
Nw York, Auk- Coppur, 100.
THE SULPHUR SPR1NOS
WASON A TRIMBLE, Prop.
Tha bat equipped tri-wltly fourhorM atarc In th Southwaat.
ion io in lamoua auipnur dpi
Tuoday. Thuradaya and Sal
BUnd at I p. m. and arrive ai Sulphura al 5 d. m.
ay al 8 a. m. arrive at Bland 12 nooni Uav
Stigt Kturaa irom Sulphur
LVlnff AllMUIlUMIM AM Na.iMW
oay can apend Sunday In tha mounlaina.
ton to tha lamoua Sulphur Spring! in the Jemtt Mounlaina.
lurdavi al B a. m. arrive at Bland 12 nooni
aulonura ins. m. "tiava Mtunu imm N.,lnh,.
on Mondaya, Tcdneadayt and FrkUyi. Paxtica leaving Albuqucraua on Satu
Round Trip TickcU for Sale by
W. L. THIMBLE & CO., - Albuquerque
E. J. POST & CO.,
We Qtrry a Full Line of Buckeye Mower Repair. Thomaj All-Steel
Eay Dump Hay Rakea. Milbura and Studebaker M7as;ona
Write for Price. Mail ortier riven prompt attention.
VISITORS STOP AT
THE GRAND CENTRAL,
N. T. Annijo llulldlnff.
A- Oamtrjilljr Ziooiatod XZotasl.
All Paltcrru 10 and 15c
Day a Received-
20 1 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M.
The Boat X-ilxtc5Cl Store In tHo Oitv.
Our New York Resident Buyer is already shipping
us fall goods and before they arrive we must
clear out all summer goods, and if prices will
move them this week will clear us out of
summer goods. Note these prices
LADIES' DUESS SKIRTS.
One lot linen Dress Skirts, all Hum, while they last 39c E
Une lot Homespun Linen Dress Skirts, all sizes, only. . 85c
One lot White Duck, Dress Skirts, all sizes, only 85c
One lot Linen Dress Skirts, Dewey flounce trimmed with
blue braid, only $1-35
One lot White Hird's Kye Pique ' . i.9o
811 1 KT WAISTS.
Choice of any of our Colored Shirt Waists, while they
lasf.only t.ach, 35c
IM:iiC.Li: an! HATIXKS.
Alt j;oori values, 1 yard wide, a nice range of colors, bath light and dark, only 7c yard M
Corner 2d St. und Gold Ave.
CHIEF WATCH INSPECTOR SANTA FE PACIFIC R. Ft
Railroad Watches Sold on easy Monthly Payments.
21 we i Plaint
We have just received air eleg-ant line of
I8k Wedding: Rini In Tiffany, Oval
pj L'.MItliKIJiAH. fine lot of about; 75 English Gloria Umbrellrs, White Initial Handles,
rOj special, only 49c
21 cwtti W.lllunu
21 and 2.' Icwckd Hampda
17 Jeweled HAmilloaa
17 jrwti Klinj
17 cwld WaJttunu.
Piiw Geld, Guld Filled, Stive
and Nick U caata.
Blall OrderH Solicited aud Sutllaollon (lu it run toed
f-,1 win i f; aisim.
pj specials in White Shirt Waists. Oae is a White Duck Waist, all sijs, special, at only 75c
And all the balance of White Striped and Checked Dimity and Dotted Lines, Waists, choice
jj only $t.oo each.
r ULT SPI X'IAL. A big line of Metal and Jeweled Belts, put on sile at only 25c each.
Ml TKUXKS AND TELESCOPES.
Just received, opr new line of Trunks and Telescopes,
and Flat shape. and we have any and everything in the trunk line from a id-inch trunk at $2 00. un to
Fine Watch work, Stone Mounting' and ar-1 L 'n'' with all modern improvements, such as Excelsior locks and three trays, &c, at
tiitic engraving promptly done.
within the reach of all.