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ALUUUUL'RUUE, NEW MEXICO, TIIOHSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 11, lf)8.
Spaia Wants the War With
Anarchists Make Thine Lively In
Brussels Police Circles.
List of tbe Wounded to tie Skirmish at
Coamo, Porto Rico.
covimmiit or roito aico.
Mtrl1. Ann U.-Offlclal circle regard
tha reply of tli I'nitod States to Spain
In the peace negotiations s satisfactory.
Premier SsgasU denied that h author
ized the French auitiassuilor, ( atulon, ax
the representative of Bpula to msk
changes la the Hpaiilsh ayiswer. "Ah
regards certain conditions, which might
create difference during the negoti
ations," the premier added, "If any
changes are to be made, the government
itself will make them."
The Liberal, moderate republican, ex
presses tha belief that President McKin
ley "Replied to Spain's note with suspl
clous rapidity." It adds: "We accept the
sacrifice, knowing that the responsibility
f ills upon the government. Luring the
last three years we have sacrificed too
much blood. It Is time to end It. All
delay In conclndiiigan armistice Is crimi
nal." It Is believed in official circles that the
suspension of hostilities will be an
nounced by both governments Immedi
ately arter M. Caiubon has signed the
CURTAIN TO HMiN.
London, Aug. 11. All Madrid advices
received here to day regard It certain that
Cmubou will receive authority this even
log to sign the protocol.
Washington, Aug. 11. Little expecta
tion Is entertained of the rect Ipt to day
of Spain's answer lu regard to a peace
Madrid, Aug ll.-The Spauish cahloet
nn't during the morning but adjourned
1 he full text of the dispatch from Cam
b in, French ambassador at Washington,
ha not been received. Another sestiou
of the cabinet will be held this after
noon. HEADY TO ACCKPT.
Madrid, 3 p. m , Ang. 11. The qioen
regent presided at the cabinet meeting
this morning. Premier Sagasta and
other members on emerging from
the palace explained that while they had
not yet received the full text of Presldeut
McKlnley's reply, they had received an
announcement from the French foreign
olllce which covered the case. The presi
dent's answer, however, was then bdng
transmitted. At the same time It is
known that the Spanish ministers are
perfectly acquainted with the principal
points in the reply of tbe Tnlted Mates
and are ready to accedx to thern,
Ml KDEKOIS AhAKCtXlNTH.
Tliay Aua.k and Wounil Polio nniinr
In Hruutii, i
Brussels, Aug. 11. While a policeman
was arresting a milltunt anarchist named
Will aius.the latter shot and wounded the
ollicer and then escaped. The anarchist
also shot several persons who attempted
to capture him, but he was finally ar
rested and lodged In j-til. Later the
police visited William' lodgings, where
Uiy found two anarchistH, who promptly
opened Ore ou the ollluers. The police
men replied to this are and fatally
wounded one of the anarchists. His com
p Allien was captured.
Iiratha from Typliol.1 favar.
Atlanta, ia., Aug. 11 Three enlisted
ili n died to-day of tjphoid fever, In the
gw eral hoepltal at McFhersou a total of
tni di'uths from this disease has occurred
in sixty hours.
S.lmlor .t Harl.iualr III.
Kt. Louis, Aug. 1 1.: A special to the
Post Dispatch says: l'iiltd States Sen
ator Vest of Missouri, now spending the
su ter at Asbury Park, N. J., Is criti
cally ill. He has been In poor health for
several months and this morning his
condition was alarming.
II K IS UKTTKIt.
t'upou Spring.. W. Va., Aug. 11. -Senator
(ieorgH Vest of Missouri, whose
health h-H been a sonnm of anxiety to
his frleuils, Is liiiiiroving.
OovaruuM Ut or Porto Kli-a,
Waihlugtou, Aug. 1 1. Secretary Alger
and Attorney (ieneral (iriggs had a con
ferei.ce with the president to day over
p'uiis for the government of Porto Klco.
A telegram was sent to (Jen. Milrs out
lining tie status of affairs to date.
Miaaourl Damix-ralla l-ouviillou
Springlleld, Mo., Aug. 11. The demo
cratic state convention to day nomin
ated W. T. Carrlngton for superintend
ent of public instruction, audthen began
what promises to be a long contest be
tween fourteen candidates for railroad
Clarendon, Ark , Aug. 11. The third
act in the Clarendon tragedy Is as re
markable as the two preeedlng ones.
To day the corpse of the murderess lies
In the court house, while hundreds of
people view the remains. This nnusuel
thing waa done by the authorities to still
the snxplcion that Mrs. Orr was not dead,
but had been spirited away. So strong
had this feeling In the community be
c imp tht this means was regarded as
the only way to allay It.
Salla.1 for Santiago
New York, Aug. 11 The auxiliary
cruiser Yale, with the Kighth Illinois vol
unteers and nurses on board, sailed for
Santiago this afternoon.
Kll.f.KIl IN A SHIItUIHH.
Ona or tha Craw or tha ftnntmat llancroM
Klllr.1 hf Spaniard.
Key West, Kla., Ang. 11. Kmanuel
Kourlourls, a coal passer on the gunboat
Haucroft, was killed during a sharp en
gagement with Spanish riflemen at a
point of land Jutting Into Cortis bay, on
the south const of Plnar del Rio, August
2. The Spanish loss was undoubtedly
severe. The Huicroft was cruising
about Cortis bar on blockade duty, when
a sail was seen close to land about ten
miles to the northward. The gunboat's
steam launch was armed with a one
pounder and Lieut. Henry It. W ilson with
fourtrn men. all carrying rilles, was
sent In to Intercept the stranger. She
turned out to be a Spanish schooner.
By the time the steam launch reached
that point the schooner had worked Into
port and a party of Spauinrds, Including
a body of soldiers, was attempting to
haul her ashore. The launch stood bold
ly In and a brink lire from her 1-pounder
speedily scattered the crowd. The Span-
lards took refuge In the high grass, but
In spite of the fact that the party in the
launch were Ignorant of the enemy's
strength, the Americans went ahead
with this work with admirable coolness.
James Monroe, llrst class apprentice,
swam to the schooner and made a Hue
fast to her In order to pull her out. At
the same time Valdemar llohengreen, an
ordinary seaman, dropped over the side of
the launch and made for the pier, where
a small sloop rigged loat wai moral.
The launch then commenced to haul lift
the schooner, but the line parted am)
while another was being run to her the
Spaniards, who had sought shelter in the
woods, pourtd lu a murderous lire. Kour
It.uris was shot through the breast and fell
dead. Fortunately uo one else was even
Instantly the men In the lanneh began
a rapid return fire with their rilles, while
Lieut. Wilson maneuvered the launch so
as to take a line thrown by llohengreen
from the small boat which lie had shoved
off from the pier. Iler bow was pulled
out and the one-pounder was opened on
the amhuHcade with such well-directed
aim that the Spaniards were routed
without a chance to return the American
The schooner had meantime gone hard
aground, aud, being so damaged as to be
almost Useless, enough shells were sent
Into her to finish her destruction. She
was loaded with green corn, grain aud
A few days ago Tun Citizkn received
a splendid picture of the ollluers of House
velt's famous "Hough Klders." The pic
tore was handed over to Henry Urock
nielcr to 'make some copies from, and he
has just reproduced copies as gixnl as the
original. If you want a picture to re
mind you of the gallant "Hough Hlders,"
secure one from Hrockmeier.
Parke Wilson, who Is doing the catch
ing for the Kansas City, Mo., western
league base ball club, officiated as catcher
for the Albuquerque Browns years ago,
when Mann was the pitcher. Parke is
the crack catcher of the western league,
and his many friends are glad that he is
making a good record for himself.
David Weinman, the popular manager
of the Kconomlst store, was a passenger
last night for Santa Fe, where Mis.
Weinman and the baby have been so
journing the past few weeks. David will
remain at the capital for a few days,
during which time Col. Lewiuson will
attend to busiuess strictly aud up-to-date
at the Kt'onomirit.
W. T. MorUrty, the sheep raiser of the
Los Ortiz valley, out lit the Manzano
mountains. Is lu the city to-day purchas
ing ranch supplies. He reports his sec
tion of the country in One condition aud
slates that he never saw the sheep in bet
Messrs. Meredith aud Pelton, accompa
nied by Mrs. W. N. (tenter, Misses Hemic e
Hartlett and Marie Meyer, are uow iu the
city, having returned late yesterday
afternoon from a most delightful outing
In Hear canyon.
The Crystal Ice Works Is winning lau
rels for its congealed luxury throughout
the southwest, and Manager Hopkins
states that he has orders for tons of ice
from every section of New Mexico almost
There will be a meeting of the Soldiers'
Aid society In the school rooms of the
Commercial club building Friday morn
ing at 10 o'clock. All ladies Interested
are urged to be present.
Attend our mid-summer closing out
(lie. liood seuHonahle goods sold at
ridiculously low prices. Hosenwald
A. A. (irant was a passenger for Saota
Fe lust night. He expects to return this
1 bt tucatu of our Sfxcul Bargaini In Titcho last wtk indue
ui to o Iff another. We hav just reivd a aupply of Full Jeweled
(ISJeweUi Mckeled Movements, abaolutfly urate limekeeperv
Wt have filled theac in Warranted Gold rilled (i a a v -v
Caac and olfer them complete for k f
Only a dozen of them on band.
rv oMar LAIIILS' WATChKS al Klilll tl:l) CHICKS tor a fVW DAYS
Ltaduig Jeweler, RAILROAD AVENUE, Albuquerque. N. M,
Spaniards Attack American
Sailors in a Light House.
They Are Driven Back With Heavy
Loss la Killed.
Republic of Columbia to be Given Time
to Pay a Claim,
aavajo ikdur agirt iproistiD.
New York, Aug. tl. The Herald has the
following from Cape San Juan, Porto
Klco. August 10: There was two hours
fighting ts'fore daybreak yesterday,
hight hundred Spaniards tried to retake
the light house, which was guarded by
forty of our sailors, commanded by Lieut.
Atwater, Asslntant Knglueer Jenkins, Kn-
slgn Hronsoii ami Ouuner Campbell. The
Spaniards were driven back by shells
from the Amphltrlle, Cincinnati an 1 Ley
den. Hefugeos report one hundred Span-
lards killed. Win. 11. Roardman, of the
Amphltrlte, of Lawrence, Mass., second
class man of the naval academy, was serf
ously wounded. He was In the light
house. Our Hag Is still nn the light house,
but the forces have been withdrawn.
The Amphitrite's guns cover the light
house, ready to annihilate it if our Ihtg Is
hauled down. It Is one of the Important
lights on the Island. The Cincinnati has
gone to the San Juan blockade.
IT IV S t'LAIW.
Hepuliltfl or Colombia to lla llan Tim
to I'ay tha C'arrtitl Claim.
Washington, Ang. 11. Uy exercising
the good offices of the liilted States tact
fully, Secretary Day has probably suc
ceeded In averting severe crisis In the
relations between Italy and Colombia,
growing out of the Cerrutl affair. A
cablegram was received at the depart
ment to day from Home, saying that out
of regard for the liilted States, the Hal
lan government had telegraphed Admiral
Canillnanl, at Carthagena, Colombia, to
give the Colombian government eight
months to settle with Cerruti's creditors
under the terms of President Cleveland's
award. While Colombia has not yet been
heard from lu acceptance of this propo
sition, It Is not doubted here that It will
Indian Ag-nta Appointed.
Washington, Aug. 11. The president
ttvday made the following appointment
of agents for Indians: George W. Hayslet.
Iowa, for Navajo agency. New Mexico
Howell p. Myton, Indians, tor Uintah
and Ouray agency, I'tah; Nathan P,
Johnson, South Dakota, for San Carlos
Tariff Toll, for I'orto Hloo.
Washington, Aug. 11. A telegram was
sent to (ien. Miles to day giving him
directions as to tariff and other charges
lu Porto Klco. The new duties will be
similar In general outline to those put Hi
force preliminarily at Santiago. A reg
ular tariff hchedulu for Porto Klco will
be prepared soon.
W ashington, Aug. 11. Senor A. Lazo
Arrisga today wired the Associated Press
from Long Hrauch, N. J,, where he is
passing a part of the hot spell, that he
hail received a cablegram today from his
home government, saying: "Revolution
quickly suppressed. Peace prevails iu
Thraa Man auil Itna Woman K Iliad In
Omuha, Neb., Aug. 11. A special from
Deadwood, 8. D , to tho Bee cays: Three
men dead and a womun dying Is the net
result of a shooting allrar at Central
City this morning. Judge J. P. Dlddiugs,
Kil. Shannon aud Jack Wear are the men
and Mrs. Kd. Shannon Is the womun.
Shannon had a boarding house at Terry
and one at Central City. He staytd
uights at Terry, leaving his wife at the
other place. At H: Shannon returned to
Central City end roused Judge (itddlngs.
Just what happened no one knows, but
the two meu suddenly burst iuto the street
engitged in a death struggle, Shanuou
hud a revolver. Jack Wear tried to sep
arate them and was shot through the
body, dying instantly. Shannon hhot
(iiildings through the head, killing him
He went to his wife's bedroom and heat
her about the head with his revolver until
he thought he hail killed her and then
shot himself. The woman cannot recover.
All parties are pioneers and well to do.
tilddiugs had held many political oiliees.
Intimacy between tiiddings ami Mrs
nhannoii is glveu as the caue of the
Washington, Aug. 11. A dispatch has
just been received at the war department
from (ien. Schwan, commanding a brig
ade under (ien. Miles in I'.irt j Hico, say
ing that he had an engagement a few
miles from Mayaguez ,.i a large Span
ish force, lu which lo privutra were
killed aud Lieut. Kiley was wounded iu
Chlrano Mto. k MarkaU
Chicago, Aug. 11. Cattle Receipts.
10,oiiU head; market, steady to strong.
Beeves, 4.tMij M; cows and hsifers,
2 'JiigCl.Sii; Texas steers, 1 1 'Ji t i 110 ;
westerns, $H Oumi l.i'iii; stockers and feed
Sheep-Receipts, 1 2,'KXi; good steady,
others 5 cents to 10 cents lower.
Natives, (g.uimt.r'i.'j; westerns. tit.T.'n
4 l.'i; lambs. Jl .oot(;.4().
TWO Hull 1 1
Mile, and Ilia Troopa Having Home l.lvaly
hklrmUliea lu I'ortt, Itico,
Washington, Aug. 11. The war de
partment has received two dispatches
from (ien. Miles, under date of Ponce,
August 10, as follows:
The followiug la the list of the wounded
of the Sixteenth Pennsylvania regiment
In a skirmish beyond Coapio, August :
Corporal H.irnes, company K. lift side:
Private C. C. Frank, company C, right
side; Private (ieorgn W hite, company C,
right side; Private L ( bold, company K,
right elbow; Private K. V, Jolly, company
F, left arm.
Have established telt giaph common -ca'.lou
with (Jen. Brooke, who reports that
In skirmish on the n:h with the enemy,
about three miles north of Ouayama,
(1 n. (tallies forced the enemy to retreat.
I lie following men of the Fulirth Ohio
were wounded, none killed: t'apt. Kd
ward (. Thompson, company K, right
breast; Private 'smuel i, Jones, right
knee; Privnte Noble W. Ilaninker, com
pany C, ankle; Private Harry S. Haines,
company C, right foot; Private Wm. Jed
illngtou, company A, right hip.
THfc Tt.KHITIlHI M, FAIK.
llretora I'll liatra for Ootohar I I
ft'rnaram llatng I'rrparad.
The board of directors of the territorial
fair ass.HiaLiou held meetings at the
itlice of tne pre Ident, I . N. wilkcrsoti,
, esterdttT ut'.oruoou h i i.l evening.
.idiaiion in r.yanl to tne fair was fully
liscilsied II n I the il ites lor holding It
were Uxed for October 4 8, Inelintve.
The opinion urevailed that the fair
eon Id be made a success at conslderablj
Ics expanse t'rsn was Incurred la.it tear,
vvhn th outlay aiti'iiuted to alsiut
.l sihi. 1 he directors d not thluk. how-
ever, that II will be possible to success
fully conduct the fair on less thau I.UHKJ
ami as oiuv aootil f l.om have been eub-
sitIImmI so far, there sllll remains about
II.tKKito be donated. A committee w.i
appointed to call on the business nenole
or trie city anil see ir tm amount can be
raised. It Is to be hoped that every loyal
ii nd progreslve cltizn of Albuquerque
win assist me committee to the
extent of his ability In raising
whs sum aim inns mane trie lair an as
u red fact and a success. If this year Is
in pass ny wiinoui Holding a fair here
AliMiqnerques prestige Iu the matter
will be goue, and the fair may lie held
nine place else In the future. This Is
one of the features of the situation which
iimkes it so essential that ever; citizen
hoiild do his full duty In the matter of
making a tluaucial contribution to the
A committee, consisting of President
Wtlkersou, Secretary Crawford and Dr.
I'earce, was appointed to prepare a pro
gram for each day of the fair and to
make a report at the next meeting of the
iirectors, wiiicn will De held In Mr. Wil
kerson'a office next Saturday night.
I lie) general sentiment anions the
Iirectors was that a base ball tourna
ment and horse races should be made
he principal features of the fair, and
that ai.Ootl should be devoted to the for
1 1 1 r and tl.&mi for the latter.
Secretary Crawford and Otto Young
imva noiii received letters from the bae
ball talent that played such brilliant
liase ball for Albuuuerquo last Tear, say
ing mat iriey would play here ajaln this
tear. diKHi teams will also be oriranlzed
lu different cities of the territory, aud
there Is uo doubt that the base ball tour
nament can be made to come up to the
nign stanuara or past years.
TiMW IN Aim
Miners Are Male and Despe;
ate Ovtr Their Condition.
Part of RooseTclrs Rough Rider
Reach Ntw York.
Ktf ro, Charred With Assault, HaofcJ by
a Mob la Mississippi.
tll'AMJ IN CAI.IKUHMIA.
What a fx 1 1 torn ln lla. to hmjr Almnt tha
Coltcnina. Cal.. Auir. H.-I noticed In
Tim Citizkn a few days airo that J. 8.
Trimble and II. S. Knight had discovered
a cave among the lava, on the Santa Fe
railroad, which contains several tons of
guano. This product, wherever found,
is a line fertilizer, and If the
gentiemeu can export It to the
farmers of this section of California
(hey can secure from ail) to tin per ton.
I have used guano tor a number of years,
iniaining ii irom me roosts or wild
pigeons and turkeys throughout the
Sierra Madre ranges, and can speak In
the highest praises of guano.
rreeenl my respects to K it. (treenleaf.
with whom I fished along the streams lu
the .lemez mountains.
Tell Billy Trimble that his stage route
to Sulphur hot springs passes through
mine of the most sublime mountain
"ivnery in the world. Vours truly,
A prominent young gentleman resid
ing ou Railroad avenue, culled at this
illice at noon to-day and stated that
Misses Rebecca Smith aud Lucille Kowe.
alios Mrs. Stearllng, aud Miss Brown.
mm Denver, who were caught doing
wrong by City Marshal McMiilln, left
his mornlne for either Las Crnces or Kl
I'aso. When a demand was mude uoou
hem for the balance of their fine to
practice their calling the forthcoming
ilfteen days, they concluded to leave the
It si I road men say that there Is a new
potter In town. He may as well nack
ip his grip and leave, tor every cue here
iss "spotted" him.
Sam. Johnston, the Santa Fe railroad
lerk, Is back from a thirty days' vaca-
on In California, and Is again at his
There are half a dozen stock buyers In
the city, and they seein to enjoy the life
to be found in the territorial metropolis.
HtAlTH OF THE toTt.
San Msnelsco, Aug. It. F. A. Leach,
siiperlntend'iit of the liilted States mint
lu this city, estimates that the gold out
put of the Klondike this year has been
fiily alsiut f ninniiioo.
Ihetallsiys that serious trouble In
the Interior of Alaska Is apprehended by
the I nlted States government. Fish!
riots are f.-.ired at Fort Yukon and other
up-river points, growing out of the fall
lire of tram portallou companies to get
supplies tl.-e on aecouut of prevailing
low water. Acting on instructions re
ceived from Washington, Major (ien
eral Merrl.m will quickly dispatch
a bhttery bt artillery to St. Michaels, the
officer In ".rge having orders to proceed
at once up Cie Yukon river to Fort Yukon
and open a military post for the coming
winter. The expedition will also carry
large quatlity of extra provisions and
supplies to relieve the distress. W hen St.
Michaels !e reached the commanding
officer will promptly levy on any river
boats he may Dud, seizing them If neces
sary, and will transport his troops and
supplies to their destination with all pos
XKtlllO II AN Hi,: ).
A MlMlaalppI Moh llaaa; Negro for Aa-
Mnitlne a Whlta Man.
Corinth, Mbs., Aug. 11. Mullock
Walker, negro, was lynched here this
morning, s ii his body Is swinging from
lelegrapti pole In the central part of
the city. alker wai charged with as
saulting C'mrljs liaz-ll with a sandbag
on Wedne lay, since which time Dnzell
has LeMlT.: a erii:i'ul rntidltl.in V
sic -"ilorVvt male at the jail, as the mob
wonM allow uo parleying. Walker con
fessed and Implicated two other negroes
lu some ol his cum s.
KOONhVM.T'a Kill (ill HID KKS.
ran or Ilia Kaclmant lUaeh Camp on
New Tnra, Aug. 11. Part of Col. Roose
velt's Rough Hlders arrived at Jersey City
lust Jlt 1 1 tutr way to the camp of re-
ciilsvraUon at Moniauk, L. I. The troops
number about (loo, commanded by Major
George Dnnn. They consist of troops C.
H, T and N and squads of troops I. F and
(1. The first section was commanded by
( apt. George II. Curry. lis said that the
troois nnder Major Dunn's command had
uever been In Cuba. Klght troops of the
regiment went to Santiago, he said, but
were obliged to leave the horses behind.
Nlf ki.raa ol tha I'opa,
Home, Aug. 11. The pope shows symp
toms of gastric liillammutlon, but he
partook of nourishment last evening and
was In excellent spirits, and this loom
ing he celebrated mass.
ftotlca to Clttrka.
A meeting of the Clerk's asHoeUtlnn
will be held at room I. postolllce build
ing, this evening at H o'chs-k for the pur
pose of further discussing the constitu
tion and by laws aud for election of per
manent officers. All clerks are reimested
to attend. D. 8. Rosenwiihl, secrttary
TODAYS IIAIUJAINN AT TH K KAIII.
stamped cocoa dlpsrs ic
Knameled handle ladles r,p
Household match boxes '. Ac
in quart stamped milk pans 1(.
I.itiup stores fan.
Flour pot and lamp brackets. . ', . loc
Good coffee mills B(i.
Joe Wills was arrested this morning
charged with stealing a can of lard from
the Blauchard meat market, which he
tried to sell to the Metropolitan restau
rant. He had his trial before Justice
Crawford this afternoon, and was given
thirty days iu the county jail.
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A Week Long to be Remembered I
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Opposite the Old
Fourtli Week of
Bargain Like Oura Cannot Lait Forever.
rices on nil our
Como early aud select
tho best. Astounding
Dress Goods, Silks and Linings.
Every Article in Our House is a Money Saver I
B. ILFELD&CO., Props.
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Gold Band Ham
Gold Band Breakfast Bacoa.
Gold Band Chip Beef.
Gold Band Boiled Ham.
Hi in ton Heautles Mackerel.
New stock of Brick and American
We expect to-morrow Imported Swlag
If you want to put np fruits nse our
lleinE .V Co. Pickling Vinegar.
We have 10 varieties of Mica and Java
Coffees, from 20 cent to 60 cents per
Our stock of Groceries Is complete and
our prices the lowest.
The Jaffa Grocery Co.
Ill SOUTH SPCONI) STHRPT.
Clhlraca Urala MarkM.
Chicago, Ann. 11. Wheat-August,
Com August, H2 V; Hept., 32'e.
uais August, ai ',or .'4o; Bept., 20,s
Muaay Mark at.
New ?ork, Aug. 11. Monev on nail
noiulnslly i4ml( per cent. Prime
mercantile paper, i-4mX per cent.
vew York. Amr.
1 1. SIlTar, . Lead,
New York, Aug. II. Copper, 10o.
THE SULPHUR SPRINGS
WASON & TRIMBLB, Propa.
Th bat equtpoed trr-arcckly four-hone atafe la th South wut.
ton to the fimous Sulphur Sprinp in the linui MouataJru.
Tucadayt, Thuradayi and Salurdayi at 8 a. in. arrive it Bland 12 nooot leave
Slag return Irom
BUnd at I p. m. and arrive al Sulphuri at 5 p. m.
on Mondays, wedneadayi and rndaya.
day can tpend Sunday in the mountalna.
Parlies leaving Albuquerque on Satur-
Round Trip Tickets for Sale by
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO., - Albuquerque
E. J. POST & CO.,
We Carry a Full Line of Buckeye Mower Repairs. Thomas AU-Steel
hasy Dump Hay Kakxs. Milburn and btudcbuter wagons
Write for Prices. Mail orders given prompt attention.
. VISITORS STOP AT
THE GRAND CENTRAL,
N. T. Armljo Building:.
A. Oaeu.trea.ll7- Ijooavtaicl XXotaal.
We Have Filled Up
The Tubs Again.
See the Misses' and Eoy's Shoes in
the sizes 1 1 1-2 to 2 Tub at S9C,
sold for as high as $2.00 a pair.
and first come will get the choice.
BRINO VOUK UCI'AlklNO
CEO. 0. GAINSLEY & GO.
Alt. OHIIKHS l,ltt I'AKKKI I.
Kclulili- Shoe Oralria,
122 S. Second St.
ATI KM ION.
All Patterns 10 and 15c
Day as Received-
201 Railroad Avenne, Albuquerque, N
The JESost Tlflx-tocl Store ixx tlao Oitv-
Our New York Resident Buyer is already shipping k
us fall goods and before they arrive we must i
clear out all summer goods, and if prices will B
move them this week will clear us out
summer goods. Note these prices
LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS.
Une lot linen Uress suns, all si.8, while they last 39c
On: 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 $' 35 ra
One lot White Hird's Eye l'ique 1.90 pa
Choice of any of our Colored Shirt Waists, while they
lasf, only each, 35c
I'KUCALi: an I HAT1XKS.
Ali frrviH v ilm-s. 1 v;ird wide, a nice rantre of colors, both litrht and dark, onlv 9c vard nal
M : : : : 7 : :7r. : fi?0
IJJ l;MI$Ki:i.Ii.S. One lot ol about 75 English Olona UmDrellrs, White Initial Handles, fj
17E are alreaey preparing to put in the finest and o
most complete line of goods for the holidays V
ever displayed in our line in the territorv. and from O
now until October 1st we will close out many lines now ol r?jl onl' $ 1 00 eai h
11 1 1.. .1.. l . 1 . 14 .1 - -1
in mui.iw au.unnciy ociuw coi.if as we wouio ramer w
y nave 111c uiuucy iu Buy new gooas. WC OIItT IniS
y ..... 1. t ' r T7T T"0 rn t-v rT
' wccr. our enure line 01 ULUL. I O ana OIKiJLti at ex-
Spccial, only 49c
2 specials in White Shirt Waists. One is a White Duck Waist, all siz :n, special, at only 75c
And all the balance of White 'Striped and Checked Dimity and Dotted Lines, Waists, choice
1 actly half regular price. Come and get them.
H. E. FOX,
1U:LT NIMX'IAIj. A big line of Metal and Jeweled Hells, put on silc at only 25c each.
Lading Jewelry Huum
raj TKUNKS AND TIH-ICSCOIMCS Just received, opr new line of Trunks and Telescopes,
rj and we liave any anti everythinj; in the trunH line irom a 24-incn trunii at 2 00. up to a 40-
Pi inch with all modern improvements, such as Excelsior locks ana three trays, ctr., al
.',1 within the reach of all.
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