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All War Ncw
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ALBUUUKKQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 10, 189H.
Health of Men Good and Ships
in Excellent Condition.
Mob In Arkansas Uaor Four Nf ?roes
Cbarged With Murder.
Congressman Bland of Missouri Is Opposed
to national Territorial Expansion.
AILIOAD ACCIDIRT III IIHTCCIT.
Gtiantanamo Ray, Aug. 9, via DpI Hut,
Aiir. 10. Tho 8U I'aul ha arrived (rom
Porto Kino and proomxla to Santiago to
embark troop. Tha Bt. Loula natlnd for
Santiago tlila morning. Both the St.
i'aul and Bt. Lonlswlll embark the troop
tutolde the harbor entrunce, being too
large to enter the harbor proper.
(apt. Clarke, formerly of the battln
nhlp Oregon, I going north on the Bt.
Paul, owing to 111 health.
Capt. Barker, formerly of the Newark,
eommanda the Uregon, and Capt Good
rich, formerly of the Bt. Louis, om
nianrla the Newark.
The Newark, I'etrolt, Buwanee and
Scorpion accompany the Itwolute to the
Inle of l'lnee.
A Hpeedy coiicIuhIod of pence negotia
tions one way or the other la earnestly
Imped for throughout the fleet, a the In
action and eu.Hpen4e are trying, though
the health and discipline of the naval
force are good. There are only 170 men
on the Hick lint out of B.IKU men In the
ship of thin harbor and none of the caw a
Chief Kuglneer McConnell, licet en
gineer, of the flag-ililp New York, g'ea
north on alck leave. He ha been eulTi r
Ing from rheumatism almoet eluce the
war began, but "tuck to hia duty. )cc
tora now poNltlvely order htm home. The
NpleodUl work of the New lork'n engluea,
nut a aingie break-down being recorded.
N greatly due to Chief Kngtiieer McCon
ui'll. MUll IS AKKA.NtAH.
K.tur KftniM I harinl Willi Mnrilnr in
llauead In MunriM County,
Bt. mU, Aug. 10. A uptrial to the
FoNt-DUpati'h from (iraye. Ark., hii: At
midnight IhhI night a mob of 8 K) citizens
vit'.ti'd the Monroe con nt j jill at Clareo
dou and took therefrom (our colored prla
oii.TH, charged with the murder of John
T. Orr, and lynched them. The mob was
mrMt orderly one. They marched to the
jail and demanded the keys of Deputy
Hlmrlff Krunk Mllwee. He at Orat re
fuse I, but Hiwlng i heir earneHtnetiH turned
over the keya. A committee brought out
the priHonera, and they were taken to the
old mill near the river, a few hundred
yunlhfrom the Jull.andetrung up, and thin
placard wan attached to the bodie: "Thta
In the penalty for murder and rape."
The four hanged were Will Sunders,
ti e one who tired th idiot that killed
Orr; Kllla Weaver, mother of Sanders
and a cook In the Orr household; lViniis
Reo rd, a "hoodoo doctor and conjurer,"
w to tried to poiNon Orr with bulled
BUt'e heitde, and Manx Caetle, who vol
unl.iered to do the Job, and transferred
it to Sanders. Mrs. Rachel Morris, ac
cuse! of being accessary before the fact,
a'i I Susie Jacobs, a negro woman, uc
ceasory after the fact, have skipped out.
John T. Orr, the victim, was a promi
nent business mau not known to have
au enemy. He carried a life insurance
of $5,000. Mrs. Orr, who hired the
negroes to kill him, took poison yester
day afternoon In the jtil and Is dying.
She had a four-year-old daughter. Orr
was married to the woman In lS'.'O. while
she was atteudiug achonl In Kansas.
Her name was Muble Inez Barker, and
her father lives in Waupou, Wis.
C7tiiiKra.maii lllaiiri Oppoeae AuDDBMtlnn
of Purto Hlio Mud Culm
Sprlnglleld, Mo , Aug. la It became
evident early to day that Congressman
lUund and followers had broken away
from 0 ov. Stone on the question of terri
torial rxpauslou ami had declared
against such pulley.
Before the state convention met the
delegate from the Kiglith (Hland's) con
gresstonal distrli", adopted resolutions
favoring the Muriel foreign policy. Con
gressiuHii Bland, when introduced as
temporary chairman, was received with
applutiKe. ltliuid went at once to the
Chicago platform, reculliug the Quancial
' I his domi stic issue, he salil, "mut
reuiuiu paramount until settled right.
"IT I could express my personal opin
ion in a platform 1 would decltreagalust
the annexation of Cuba, I'orto Rico or
the rhiltpplue islands, and that when we
ahull have wrested these Islands from the
Spanish government they should be al
lowed to govern them-telves."
Seteral I'trMiai Injurad by a LMad.lltle on
a Keulu. ky Hallroad.
Mtddlesboro. Ky., Aug. 10. -While the
north bound train was coming from Nor
ton, Va , It struck a landslide near IVn
uiugton lap and three coaches rolled
I h tuccca ol our SpcUl Bdrguru in .Tilchn lui week induce
ui to olf nolhtr. 'e havt jml rtcivrd a lupply of pull Jtwtltd
H5JwUi Mtkeled Movements, absolutely actuntc tinukpr.
W hive lilted Inew in Wimnted
Caw4 and olier them complete lor
Only a dozen oi them on band.
r-V orltr LADIliS' W ATCIttiS al Kl
B Leading Jeweler,
down an embankment sixty feet. About
twenty passenger were aboard, all of
whom were Injured. Btipt. J. W. Logs
don of the Cumberland Valley division of
the Louisville A Nashville railroad, hsd
a rib broken and otherwise badly bruised.
Chas. 1'. I'erln, manager of the Watts
ateel and Iron syndicate, and W. W. Tins
ley, of Knox county, and little eon were
badly bruised. Tinsley's wounds may
Washington, Aug. 10, The war de
partment has nnder consideration the es
tablishment of army camp at Lexing
ton, Ky., Knoxvllln, Tenn., aud Tryoo,
The Orratl Claim.
Colon, Colombia, Aug. 10. It Is learned
from a reliable source that the Italian
ultimatum demanding the payment of
the Cerruti claim expires oil August LI.
Anxiety as to the ultimate action of the
D"W vice president, Henor MnrroiUin,and
cabinet. Inaugurated Sunday, is daily
Increasing. It Is reported that the Italian
warship Carlo Alberto in at Curacao.
Ilrlnaad to Hun.
Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 10. To-day a tele
gram from Assistant Secretary of War
Meikeljohu, positively forbidding the use
of his name fur the governorship, left
the Held to Judges llayward and Baker,
with the (Irst named fsr in the lead.
The republican state central committee
has agreed to present W. C. Conklln, of
Blair, tor temporary chairman.
Senator Thurston was made permanent
chairman of the convention, ills ap
pearance was the signal for applause,
which became tumultuous as he referred
to the war ami the administration of
Nominations for governor brought out
the name of Judge M. L. Hayward, of
Otoe county, aud Judge II. S. Baker, of
IouglrtBS countv. Judge Hayward was
nominated on the first ballot.
Mora TriM.pa for Manila.
Washington, Aug. Ill The war de
partment received a dispstch from Sau
Francisco saying that 2,(Hki troops started
to-day for Manila. There are about u.imo
soldiers now at San Francisco who will
be sent as soon as the transports can be
Injur! hy a Mtreat Car.
Canton, Ohio. Aug. 10. Joseph Saxton,
uncle of the wife of I rwhlent McKlnley,
was struck byastieet car and seriously
injured He is well advanced In years
ami suffered from defective hearing. The
Injuries are not necessarily fatal.
Tioo for I'orto HIo.
New York, Aug. 10. The transport
Chester, with the Kirst regiment of vol
unteer engineers, numbering about 1,'Juo,
sailed to day for I'orto Rico.
Sergeant George W. Armijo.of Troop K,
Roosevelt's ''Rough Riders," who la here
on a thirty days' furlough, will leave for
Sauta Ke to-morrow night, where he will
visit relatives and friends for a few days.
after which he will return to this city.
.Sergeant A nut jo a truly glad he Is au
American soldier, but he states that it
has been a hard job since his return
shading hands with friends aud reiter
ating his war experiences in trout of
Santiago de Cuba.
Carl K. Ackeruiuu, a youug uewspaper
mau from Atlanta, Ga., wherti he for
merly held a position on the Journal, is
In the city uud is registered at the Brand
Central. He comes for the purpose of
completing a series of stories for a
northern publication, and Incidentally
booming New Mexico through the uews
paper which he represents. His wife Is
at present stopping in Iiemlng.
Capt. I. II. Horner did not get away for
the east lust night. He will surely leave
this evening, aud for the next three
months his address will be Columbus,
Ohio. Ku route to the Buckeye state he
will stop over a few days at Kausas City.
W. K. ('. (ilbson, wife aud child left
this morning for Alamotiordo. Mr. liib-
son, who H for years au engineer on
the Santa Ke Pad lie, now has charge of
engine No. 1 on the Kl Paso & North-
Hon. Sol. Luna, who Is prominently
mentioned in connection with the repub
lican numlnatiou for delegute to con
gress, is in the city, returning last night
from his sheep ranch In the Magdaleua
Judge N.C. Collier returned from Sil
ver City last night, where he had gone to
a'.teud the fuueral of Judge Gideon 1
Iiantz, which occurred Monday afternoon
nnder the au-plces of the order of the
The Albwiueriiue-lllund Telegraph and
Telephone company has tiled articles of
incoriHirutlou with Win. T. Powars, B.
Brooks, J. J. liickey aud A. L. Conrad as
Ciir.ano Suluzar U in Bernalillo on a
vlnlt to friends. He Is connected with
the Spanish weekly paper. La Bandera
Americana, of this city.
Half a dozen commercial tourists were
Interviewing our merchants yesterday
and they report having dotted dowu big
orders for gisids.
Judge C. W. Potter, a lieiiver Insurauce
agent and adjuster, Is here again ming
ling with local agents.
Sanitary Pnlicem&n Rossi was around
to-day with his chum gang, (lushing the
kui ai uiih w
lil ct I) I'klCI S l.ir I liW OAVS.-
AVENUE, Albuquerque, N. M.
HUE AT SEA.
Narrow Escape of a Troop Ship
in the Pacific.
An Exploration Party In Alaska
Drowned by a Shipwreck.
BIJs for Three ftcw Warships to be Let on
com a Dorr i cold itardakd.
New York, Aug. 10. The W orld's ad-
icea from Manila of August 4th, refer
ring to the arrival of the third expedition
from San Krancisco says: Never did ex
pedition encounter more danger or en
dure more perils on a voyage. Six men
and one oilier died and fifty more were
taken sick. Typhoid and meningitis
played havoc on the transports. Two
firemen went Insane and leaped over
board, but a tire on board one of the ships
waa the worst peril of all. The trans
ports and their convoy, the monitor
Monterey, were three days out from Ha
waii, when tire was detected on board
the Morgan City. At midnight when all
the troops were asleep Capt. Dilllon as
sembled the crew and told thetn the
news. Kvery man wan pledged to se
crecy. Silently the men began to battle
with flame In the hold. Night and
day the heroic crew fought but the
bunkers were etill burning when the
Morgan City arrived here. Then for the
Urst time the troops learned of their dan
ger. The flames were extinguished after
the ship hod been In port a few hours.
IICW WAW.il I I'N.
nidi to It I -VI Hrplrmhor I lorThre Naw
New York, Aug. 10. A special to the
Tribune from Washington says: The
naval tsianl of construction has decided
not to make new design for the battle
ships Maine., Missouri aud Ohio, but to
recommend to Secretary Long that the
bids for those vessels 1st opened on Sep
tember 1. This action, while it appar
ently favors sixteen knot ships, in reality
simply einpltasiZf the belief heretofore
expressed by the majority of the mem
bers of the naval board, that ship builders
should have au opportunity to declare
whether they will be willing to guaran
tee a speed exceeding seventeen knots,
which all but one member of the board
are couUdent should be obtaiued under
the original specification.
Yokohama, Aug. 10. Reports from
Seoul statu that Corea has adopted the
DltOWM.O IN ALASKA.
I'arty of tlold lluntara Meat lrath by a
Neattle. Wash., Aug. 10. Twelve mem
hers of the Columbia Kxploratlon com
pany, according to advice received by
the Alaskan Commercial company at Sun
Krancisco, are supposed to have been
wrecked on July 2, in the Kuskowiiu
rivrr, Alaska. They ure Capt. J. K. Mur
phy, Bowling Green, Ky.; Robert P
Krlerson, Gallatiu, Tenn.; William T.
l'syton, Gallatin, Tenn.; line Alien,
Kentucky; Kli Kutnl-wm, Gemies,
Idaho; Kriglueer Kunler, Milwau
kee; Stuallhouse, Iiuisvills, Ky.;
K. S. Lines, Seattle; A. C. Stetson,
Seattle; O. A. Airud, Redmond, Washing
ton; 11. Ultford Hure. resldeuce un
known. The party sullel from here
Kurther details state that there were
eighteen persons on the river steamer
Jesi.ie of the Columbian Kxplorutiou
company which foundered In the Kunko
wiu river, Alonka, during a severe storm
July 2. It was thought that all were
lost. News of the disaster was brought
to the headquarters of the Alaska Com
mercial company by Indians.
IKmI KI.K.MS IKIttllAKO.
Agaliiattln Takoa a llaud In Ilia llama at
K'opyrlKht Amih iMted Prean.)
Mauila, Aug '.I, via Hong Kong, Aug. '.).
Sunday night there was heavy bom
bardment by the Insurgents. Muny shuts
entered the town. Several reached the
citadel itself and It is reported that some
ladles were killed. One shot Cuued 'J)
casualties at Luueta battery, another
exploded at .Valuta barracks, killliiK
live. The trisips turned out just in time
to save Mulate fort ami magazine. The
insurgents showered large ami siimII
shots with such precision that the gar
rison believed the whole American uunv
and fleet were concentrating ll.eir tire.
Many Spaniards had previously re-olvtd
to cease lighting the moment the Amer
icans began, but the insurgents have
stibeided and the forts have bfeu rein
forced from the barracks. There hue
been little fighting In other directions.
The total Spanish losses are probably
i HI, but many houses have been seriou.ily
On Sunday l,i;oo houses at Loudo were
burned, and the Humes, dm en by a strong
gule, threatened the Whole of Manila, but
they were Anally extinguished, ui-iinly
through the efforts of a tire brigade or
ganized by British merchants at Manila.
Cul.-aati hlo k .Market,
Chicago, Aug. 10 Cattle Receipts,
ll,u"U head; market, gissl cattle strong,
Beeves, 184.108.40.206ll; cows and heifers,
1.75; Texas steers, -"! i";
westerns, $H Uo..i l.ilii; stoekers and feed
ers, :i..iitl .75.
Sheep Receipts, I.'I.ikSI; Urm for sheep,
lambs weak to in cents lower.
Natives, $;i.iinrl.7.i; westerns, t:i.7,")i
1 10; lambs, Koiai;.i'.
Made Hear Admirals.
Washington, Aug. lo.-'lhe president
has delei mined to recommend tocuiigrena
that Acting Rear Admiral Sampson be
advanced eight numbers, and Commo
dore Schley six number. This will re
sult In making each a rear admiral, but
with Schley ranking immediately below
Sampson. Capt. Clarke of the Oregon
w ill be recommended for an advance of
six number In the captain's grade.
Lieutenant Commander Walnwrlght will
go up eight numls-rs. Other promotion
throughout the fleet will he recom
mended. Kanaaa ( Iry Market.
Kansas City. Aug. 10. Cattle Re
ceipts. H,l; market, best grade strong
Native steer, l.l ix," ,V; Tens steer,
$3.s.Vtl.oo; Texas cows, 2.notK3 2f;
native cows and heifers, it iVMu.ih);
stoekers and feeders, $2.7Ca;4 HO; bull,
Sheep Recipts, 4,000; market Arm.
Lamb, i:i S.Vd.lO; mutton, -t.iHV
Mora Troopa lor I'nrto ttlco.
Newport News, Va., ng. 10. The Alamo
sailed this morning for Porto Rico with
half of th Kirst Kentucky and Geiieial
Grant and stuff (.board.
TIIK MAHMIAI. MAUK Til KM PAY.
tolled !ovr, Hal 1 1 n a; I nilr ll.irnl tul.
or. In Ilia TolU.
Rebecca Smith and Luclle Rowe are
the name of a pair of fallen angels
from Denver, who have been spending
their time In the city since July 27, and
hare attracted considerable attention hy
their somewhat striking appearance.
One of them I drenaed In the dolelnl
attire of a " weeping widow," etill
mourning the ioe of her beloved de
parted, while the other I more cheerful
in her dress.
The widow 1 tall and slender, and ha
a graceful figure. Her companion Is
more stalely, but I nevertheless the poe
sensor of a striking form.
Marshal McVllllii yesterday secured
positive evidence showing that this lovely
couple, eHpetdally the "beautiful widow,"
were In competition with the local demi
monde without paving any ducats Into
the city treasury. He railed upon them
at their room in the hotel lust evening
and notilled them of the regulations of
this city with regard to people of their
kind, and that It would tie in order for
them to pay In their Que.
The "ladle," especially the "fair widow
ill her doluful attire," were greatly
: hocked at the revelations of the mar
shal, but when they were told that t!..iy
would be given an opportunity to make
an explanation before Justice Crawford
thin morning It they did not Comply,
they promised to pay "nianana,"; a the
Spanish would say. It was rash on the
-pot or go to jail with Marshal McMllllu,
however, ho they Anally concluded to pay
to apiece aud continue "to do business"
al some other room or suite of rooms for
half a month, which by the closest calcu
lation their time rune out to night.
Later Information, however, Is to the
effect that these two lovely cracker-jacks,
who thrived Immensely in Santa Ke a
few month ago, will walk up to the cap
tain's ollice and pay the extra Jo a piece
to continue business for the other half of
Of course, Rebecca Smith aud Lucile
Rowe are not the names these Denver
"ladies" registered under at the hotels,
but as the widow expressed herself, In or
der to prevent a scandal, fictitious
names were given to the marshal.
DEATH Ol J. M. Ml HtS.
The A (ail ralher off haa. K. Mer Dead at
Last Wednesday evening, in response
to a telegram announcing the daugerou
Illness of hla aged father, Chas. K. Myers,
of the firm of K. J. Post & Co., left for St
Louis, arriving there Kriday night.
Yesterday the Ilrtu here received a tele
it ram from Mr. Myers giving the sad in
telligence or the death or his father. His
funeral took place In St. Ixiuis to day.
The deceased was h7 years of age, and
was a retire. 1 merchant of St. Louis,
where he was prominently uud popularly
known among a large circle of relatives
out of respect to the memory of the de
ceased, the store of K J. Post A. Co. Is
cloned to day.
After a short vIhU of three days with
his family, Charles P. Jones returned to
Bland lust night. He In one of "The
Lobby" 11 rui of Anderson & Jones at
We Have Filled Up
The Tubs Again.
GEO. 0. CAINSLEY
mail, oantaa tallica
Corner !M St. aitil (Joltl Avw.
CHIEF WATCH INSPECTOR 8ANTA FE PACIFIC R. R.
Railroad Watchex-Sold on easy Monthly Payments.
21 Jcwr i P.lgini
21 fXtWn Walihanu
21 and 2.' Icwclcd tiimpdcni
17 Jcwl(d lUmdtoiu
17 lewtttd Klgiiu
17 jwUd Wdlthanu.
Pin Gold, Guld Pilltd, Svr
and Nick It cut.
Mail OnlerH Solicited ami
PEACE ITiOTOCOl .
Peace to De Proclaimed Betwctn
Spain and United States.
Americans at Manila Disgusted. With
Afuinildo's Crooked Work.
Italy May He Compelled to Mike War on
the Republic of Colombia.
AKOTIPt 1IMT CAMf M KIHTCCIT.
Washington, Aug. 10. It I believed
that Spain will recede from certain con
ditions it lis made, and that agreement
will i on be made on the basts of the
term of peace.
The Kre ich ambassador, accouiptnlt d
by Secreti.ry Thlebaut, arrived at the
state depa'tment about II o'clock, ai d
after a conference of fifteen minute
with Secretary Day, the latter drove to
the White ilmi-'e to confer with the pres
ident, and Camlsin remained awaiting
An agreement has been reached on a
protocol f nhodylng the terms of peace
between S.iatn and the I'nlted States.
Washington, Aug. 10. Secretary Day,
at 1 o'clock today made the following
statenieut io the Associated Pres;
"We have agreed upon a protocol em
bodying proposed term for the negotla
tion of a treaty of peace, Including the
evacuation of Cuba and Porto Rico, and
it in exK-rtd that the protocol will be
It can be stated that the term are
precisely those laid down by the presi
dent in Ms original note about a week
ago. It Is believed that nothing but a
few formalities remain to be disponed of
to sec lira signature to the protocol.
The formal signatures to the protocol
will not be alllxed to day.
AMtKICAM lllst.l MTLI.
Coadiiet of Aaalnaldo Loaea Him the
Vrleadahlu of I he America Army.
Cavils, Mauila, Aug. 3, via Hong Kong,
Aug. 10, American are disgusted with
the coajoct of Agulualdo, the Insurgent
leader, whoie power Is weakenlug owing
to Uc !.; !irt the Phllipplno are real
izing the unsubstantlallty of his proui
tc.4. Two Insurgent steamers are in
Manila bay provisioning In order to In
sure Agnlnahlo'a escape If necessary.
The American Held hospital worked
splendidly under a gulling lire at the
battle of Mutate, aud the remarkable
courage aud steadiness of all rank of
the regular aud Volunteers caused Gen
Greene to ofllciully thank the troops.
The Spaniards used Mauser and Reming
ton r I II as with brass-coated bullet.
New Army Cani.
Washlntiton, Aug. 10, The war de
partment bus decided to establish au
army camp In the blue grass region of
Kentucky. It I probable that the troops
at Chlckamuuga will be inarched to the
uew camp, the exact location of which
canuot now be stated.
T o lloy Killed.
The 10 year -old sou of a man named
Chavez was killed by falling Into a well
In the northeastern part of the city last
Sunday. He was leaning over the well
and fell In aud when taken out a little
later he was dead.
The U year old son of (irlego, who
live in the same neighhorhisul, was
killed the same day by being kicked by a
broncho horse with which he was
All member of Triple Link Relit kali
lodge are reijmveted to meet at Odd Kel-
lows' hall to morrow afternoon at 2
o'clock for the purpose of drilling In the
floor work By order of the captain, Sarah
John A. McDonald, wife and their
p etty little daughter, Mi-s Cora, re
turned from Pueblo, Colo., last night,
where they visited another daughter,
Mrs. 11. L. Sharp, for the past thirty day.
Mr. McDonald Is a (sipular employe of
the local railway shos. He states that
tha weather at Pueblo was warm but not
St the Mists' and Boy's Shoes in
the si:es II 1-2 to 2 Tub at 8c,
sold for as high as $2.00 a pair.
and first come will get the choice.
RklNd NOI K kl I'AlklVI
TO I S
MeluLlv 3luie Dralrn,
122 S. Second St.
FOX, . .
We have just received an elegant line of
ISk Wedding- Ring In Tiffany, Oval
and Flat shapes.
Fine Watch work, Stone Mounting: and ar
tistic engraving- promptly done.
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A Week Long
t Stupendous Como oarly !in1 6uIcct
Blanket Deal! $ ll'0, be80"mlius
h Values IssgZs-
Clearing Prices on all our
Dress Goods, Silks and Linings.
Every Article in Our House is a Money Saver t
B. ILFELD&CO., Props.
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Gold Band Ham.
Gold Band Breakfast Bacon.
Gold Band Chip Beef.
Gold Band Boiled Ham.
DiHton Heauties Mackerel.
New stock of Hrlck suit American
We expect to-morrow Import)! Swiss
If you want to put up fruits use our
I Mm it Co. 1'lckllng VlnKHr.
We have 10 arietles of Mocu and Java
CoffeiM, from SO cent 4 to 50 cents per
I nil 1 1 t.
Our stock of (Jrocerles la complete anil
our prices the lowest.
The Jaffa Grocery Co.
11 (UtlTN HIICONII TKI!I!T.
JIlcan (irala Markal.
Clilcairo, Aug. 10. Wheat August,
li'.ic; Sept, iKl.c.
Corn August, H2l,c; Hept., 32 14(0.
Oata-August, 2(1 o; Sept., 20 ',c.
New Tors, Aug. Id Mon on rll
nomiuallr l'4l'V tr rent. Prime
ni"rcmillle paper, VHftfi per cent.
New York. Aug. 10. Silver, 6u', Lead.
New York, Aug. 10. Copper, 10?,e,
AU Pattern 10 and 15c
20 1 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque,
The Best XslglitodStoro
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-
im:kc.li: an i natinks.
Ali tfoo'l vilues, 1 y.ird wide, a nice range of colors, boih light
Special, only 49c
3 specials in White Shirt Waists. Oae is a White Duck Waist, all siz.-s, special, at only 75c
And all the balance of White Striped and Checked Dimity and Dotted Lines, Waists, choice
only $1.00 each.
HKLT SIM'X'IAL. A big line of Metal and Jeweled IJelts, put on sale at only 25c each.
TKL'NKS AND TKLKSCOPKS Just received, opr new line of Trunks and Telescopes,
and we have any and everything in the trunk line from a 34-inch trunk at $ J 00, up to a 40
inch with all modern improvements, such as Excelsior locks and three trays, &z., at prices
within the reach of all.
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to be Remembered 1
Fourth Week of
Bargains Like Ouri Cannot Last Forever.
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TME SULPHUR SPRINQS
WASON & TRIMBLE, Props.
Th bt tqulpotd trl-rc(klv four-horu
ton to the Umout Sulphur Sprirun la lb. Jcmct Mount aim. Lcav. Thornton
Tucaday. Thundaya and Saturday at 8 a. m. arrtv al Bland 12 oooni leave
Bland at I p. m. and arrive al Sulphur al S p. m. Stage return from Sulphur
H oa Monday. Wcdnesdayi and Friday. Parties leaving Albuquerque oo Satur-
- day can pcod Sunday in the mountain.
Round Trip Tickets tor Sale by
3 W. L. TRIMBLE &
E. J. POST & CO.,
We Carry a Full Line of Buckeye Mower Repairs. Thomas All-Steel
Easy Dump Hay Rakes. Milburn ani Studebaker Wag-ons
Write for Prices. Mail orders given prompt attention.
VISITORS STOP AT
THE GRAND CENTRAL,
N. T. Ariuljo Uulldliifc.
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LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS.
One lot linen Dress Skirts, all sizes, while they last 39c
One 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 llounce trimmed with
blue braid, only $135
One lot White Bird's Eye Pique 1.90
Choice of any of our Colored Shirt Waists, while they
lasf, only each, 35c
of abouf 75 English Gloria Umbrellrs, White Initial Handles,
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Day as Received
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and dark, only 7c yard