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ALBIQUKKQUK, NIAV MKX1CO, THURSDAY AI 1 KRNOON, At' (JUST 1H, 1HM.
The Spaniards Renewed Attack on
American Outposts at Manila.
QUNCRAL MURRITT'S OFFICIAL RUPORT.
New York, Ante. IS. A dispatch to the
Ilxrnld from Camp lifwey, August Ot It.
Ti Hung Kntid, aajs: Th Spaniard r
nwt th attack on th American out
work" last Dlglit The trenche wore oc
cupied h battalion each of Fourteenth
nl Twenty-third regular and Nehranka
volunteern, the latter holding the ei
tretne right and company of regular
the ettreme left. They returned the
Hpanlxh Ore, and hot firing laMted for
half an hour. The American lomwa were
chiefly from ehella.
Killed Howell, S. F., private. Com
pany I), Fourteenth regular Infantry;
MH'anna. private Company C, Fourteenth
regular Infantry; Saur, C, private. Com
pany K., Twenty-third regular Infantry.
Wounded There were eleven wounded,
four wrloiiNly m follow: Head, Claude,
Company G. Flrnt Nebraska, ehot In the
atidomen; O'Conner, D. J., private, Com
pany I)., Fourteenth Infantry, ehot In the
thigh) Lambert, Clinton. Company I),
Fourteenth Infantry, ehot In the client;
Snow, Lucine, Company D, Fourteenth
Infantry, ehot In the leg.
There waa heavy artillery dul thin
morning, the Utah artillery replying
with spirited Ore to the Spanish gune,
and Dually landing a ehell near tie
powerhouse. Thin mint have disabled
tlie guiie ae the Ppanieh lire ceased.
UrN. MKKHITT'a HKI'OHT.
Ilpporlnnlljr (Itvan Ilia ftpanlah to Mur
rttiHlrr. but Ilia Kelnaml.
Washington, Aug. 18 The war d
ptitment lia received the following:
Hong Kong, Aug. IS. Adjutant general,
nut.hiugton: Manila, Aug. 13. Uu the
?th lost., Admiral Dewey Jolund in an
forty eight hour notification to the
Spanish commander to remove the nun
combatant, from the city. Ou the Rauie
(lute a reply m rectlred repressing
thank for tht huuinne arntliueiitx and
(dating that the HpauUh were without
places of refuse for the non combatants
now within the walled town, Ou the
Mb lust, he Benl a Joltt note
l.vlting attention to the suffer
I n In etore fur the nick and
non combatants In case It became our
duty to reduce tho defensec; also netting
fiTtli the hopeless condition of the Bpan
lr.ii forced, surrounded ou all eldea tleet
in front, no proepect of reiiiforrt incuts
aut diMuuiided surrender an due to every
ciimlderatlon of humanity. Oq the Hume
date he received a reply admitting their
Hltuatlon, but stating that the oouncll of
defense declares that the request for
eurrender cannot be granted, but offered
to consult the Spanish government If
time waa granted necessary for com
munlcation via Hong Kong. A j tint
note In reply waa aent declining. On the
KMi joined with the navy In the attack
with the following: After about half an
hour's accurate shelling of the Spanish
lines, McAr'hur'a brigade on the right,
and lireeue'a ou the left ami under Au
di rson, 1 made a vigorous attack uud
o irrlml the Spanish woiks. Lose not
liccu'ately known, but about lift In all.
Tue behavior of the troops was excellent,
and co operation of the navy most vain- i
able. The troops fdvanced rapidly ou
the walled city, upon which a white tg
aliown and the town capitulated. The
troops occupy llulate, Binoudo, and
walled city of Han Miguel. All centers
are protected, lusurgeuts quiet. No
d .-iorder or pillage. MKliln rr.
ma vmiiiit in aarKTV.
KportMl American Cotiiuiau.ler Arranga.!
r.ir Auiiuatr liartura.
Berlin, Aug. IK. A dispatch from Hong
Kong, dated August IS, and evidently
oill 'ial, says: The Kalserln Augusta,
whicli left Manila with a dispatch frc ni
Admiral Von Incilrichs after the fall f
the city, will return there to day. Gen.
August! ami family arrived ou board the
cruiser. Admiral Vou Ulednchs, at the
request of (ten. Augiistl, gave them pas
sage by urruiig. in nts by the American
commander. Gen. Augustl has left Hong
Kong en route fur Spain.
f'ru.otahlp A huUanr.!.
New York, Aug. IH.-The Western
l ulon Telegraphcouipany's central cable
otlice announces that all censorship on
catde lias been abolished.
TIIK IMslKl.t.NTS MIST OltlCV.
(Inter ot 4iau. Marrlfl a Ui lb 0--ujf Inn
Washington, Au . 4k The war depart
ment to day made public the order aent
to General Merrltt last evening regard
lug the occupation of the city of Mauila
by the American forces, as follows:
Adjutant General Ollice, VYashlugtou
H. C. Aug. 17. Iv.iS. To Major General
Merritt, Manila: The president directs
that there must not be any joint occupa
t on with the Insurgents. The Americans
are In possession of Manila city, Ma
nila bay and harbor, an t nnit pre
srre peace and protect persona within
the territory occupied by their military
and naval forces. The Insurgents and
all others must recognize the military
occupation ami authority of the Cnlted
States and the cessation of hostilities as
proclaimed by the president. Tee what
ever means lu your judgment are neces
sary to this end. All law abiding people
must be treated alike. By order of
secretary of the war.
"H. C. Cokhin, Adjutant General."
Nominated by tha PualnuLta.
Lincoln. Neb., Aug. 18. The fuslontsts
at Norfolk yesterday nominated John 8.
Robinson for congress to represent the
Third district The free silver repub
licans refused to endorse Koblnson. The
nominee was formerly In the law busi
ness with Senator Allen.
Ordered to Nan lingo.
Washington, Aug. 18 The secretary
of war has ordered the Fifth regular
Infantry, now at Tampa, to Santiago.
They will sail to-morrow.
ANOTIIKK IIONU ISML'K
Not Wcr.aarjr, aa lb Trrnvnt llawanua
Law Will NiiHIie.
Washington, Aug. IS. It Is the opin
ion of olllclals of the treasury department
fiat there will be no necessity for an
other bond Issue growing out of the war,
and that the present revenue law, with
poeibly slight ruodillcations, should be
retained on the statute book for an In
No Infra In l.naa.
New York, Aug. IS 1'hyslclans In
charge of the detention at Camp Wlknff
reported to-day that there has been no
Increase in yellew fever cases since yes
A MADKIII WISH.
Mriubora uf ftnr CniiiinlMlonn Must
New York, Aug. IS. A dispatch from
Madrid says: A colony In Madrid peti
tioned (or the authorization of the gov
ernment for the expulsion of religious
communities from the I'htlippluea as slue
The government here makes the special
feature that the memliers of the peace
commissions shall speak Kngllsh, and
that the commissioners for the evacua
tion of Cuba and l'orto Kico be nomin
ated from military men.
.James Powlor Cllntoii Nomlnnlffil.
Nashville, Tenn., Aug. is. The sup
porters of Samuel W. Hawkins were dis
appointed In not getting their candidate
to accept the nomination for governor at
the republican state convention held
here yesterday. Judge Hawkins declined
the honor, and the convention guve the
nomination to James Fowler Clinton, for
governor, by acclammation.
Zachary Taylor, It. A. Haggard and
James A. Greer were unanimously named
for railroad commissioners. Taylor Is
the republican brother of Bob Taylor,
who was elected governor of Tennessee
by the democrats a few years ago.
Ouv. fl.-bollel.l Keuomlnat4tl.
Milwaukee, W is., Aug. IS. The repub
lican state convention, which convened
here yesterday afternoon, renominated
Gov. Hchotleld for governor, after a most
excitlug session. The course of the ad
ministration waa thoroughly endorsed,
and the declaration of principles of the
St. Ixtuis convention reaillrmed.
Wholoaalo Img folM.ntiif.
The dog poisoner seems to be abroad
In Albuquerque. Kvery day a number
of dead canines are found in the streets
anil alleys, the victims of poisoning.
Yesterday and last night the dogs of lir.
Kasterday, Ir. Haynea and M. C. Nettle
tou, which were thuroughbre Is ami valu
able aiiiumls, were poisoned.
IVr-Hins who have Investigated the
matter have, what they consider, a well
grounded suspicion as to who the Uend Is
and they say that It Is not a horrid man
but a member of the gentler sex. If
sulllcleut evidence to convict can be
secured an arrest will be uiade, but the
guilty party will be fortunate If she is
not cow hided or tarred and feathered li:
the meantime and by some of her owu
A. M. V. burrn fair.
Itev. J. Allen, pastor uf the A. M. K.
church, bis wife and the members of the
congregation are going to have a church
fair ou Thursday and Friduy nights,
Aug. i'j and '-', for the purpose of rals
lug money to pay the indebtedness to the
building and loan association.
A uuuilwr of rare articles will be on
exhibition which the people uf Albu
querque should not fall to see. Among
Th ucu ol our StxcUl Rirgiiru in Tdtcliti but wck induce
ui lo olir mother. VT hjv just ttceivti a upply of hull Jtwckd
(15 JewUi .Nickeled Movements, bolutly iccuriU tinkpcr.
U hive tilted theie in Warranted Gold hilled
Cut and olier them complete lor
Only a dozen of them on bind.
ItyWs oiler LADILS' WAKMI S al kl 1)1 CI I) I'MICliS tor I LVV DAYS
$ 1 G. I
RAILROAD AVENUE. Albuoueraue. N. M.
tlieso will be a nipv of the t'ehea News.
w!ih;1i clirioilclist the Fad Hews of the
d"ath of Ueorge W ashington ou leceni-b-r
14. lT.f.l. There will be on exhibition
o.te of the inallost newspaers of t!i
w r Id and Itev. Allen, In Atchison, Kan,
offered a reward of ."i0 to anyone who
e mid read It with the naked eje. There
will also be many other attractions at
Key Allen wishes to have every branch
of business In the city represented In
this fair and will ask each to give a
small donation of the contents of their
busluens. The pastor and his wife w ill
be committee to wait on the Onus and
receive their donations.
alio la ImI.
TllK ("iti.kn contained an article yes
d iy, asking about Mr Juana Maria Molt
toya de Sanchez, and stating that the
government had granted her a pension
of tS per month, dating from January.
I sin This morning. Otto Dieckman, who
Interested himself in the old lady's case,
stated that In his Investigations he has
discovered that his client died at Ranchoe
de Atricco on Hecemher 27. 1W. He
will now return all papers and vouchers,
calling for the pension, to the proper au
thorities at Washington.
TIIK Tf.HKITOKIAI. PAIR.
Will Me Held rrimi Hentomher 11 to Oc
tober I -lllrortora Hard al Work.
The fair directors have decided to hold
the fair from Septemlter i7 to October 1,
instead of week later, as the Intention
was originally. The change In dates was
made for the purpose of accommodating
people In the territory who wish to at
tend the Mountain and I'laln festival In
Denver from October 8 to 8. The mem
bers of the La Vegas band, who are go
ing to Deuver during the festival, eald
they would attend the territorial fair If
the dates were changed.
The directors of the fair are working
very Industriously these days, and In an
other month nearly everything will be
arranged In ship shape order for the fair.
Tre soliciting committee called on some
of our merchants again a few days ago
ami speak very highly of the cordial
reception they received. With very
few exceptions there seems to be a
disposition to he liberal In donations
to public enterprises, probably caused by
the feeling, which Is very prevalent, that
there are better tl ties ahead.
Secretary Crawford Is busy correspond
ing with people In difWent states and
territories, who. It Is hoped, will con
tribute In some way to the attracttveuei-e
of the fair. Letter already received
from horsemen make It certain that
there will be a large string of running
aud trotting horses here to take part In
Baton and Kl Puao have already organ
ized base ball clubs, and Santa Fe has
had a team this entire season. It 1 ex
pected that l'rescott will orgattlzs club
out of the abundance of material now
there, which will be a crack-a Jack.
The directors are making a special
effort to get an exhibit of amateur pho
tography, which will be one of the most
attractive features of the fair. Kvery
town and city lu the territory has Its
camera Uends, and some good prizes will
be iffered for the best work In their line.
Chliieao ttratwurant Cloaed,
The Jow & Lee restaurant, on Rall
r ad avenue between First and Second
streets, was closed yesterday by the
sheriff on an attachment of Fouk Lee,
the Chinese merchant ou Lead avenue,
forfloU. A number of American mer
chant', who hail trusted the concern in
various sums, will come out total losert,
It Is understood that the attachmeht
of Fouk Lee will take all the restaurant
Ihteo Men klllod aud Ooo Injured
J. II. McCarthy, of Little Hock, Arkan
sas, who has a sub contract fur construct
ing the Chihuahua & Guerrero railroad
lu Mexico, Is lu the city, says the Kl
He tells of a terrible explosion of giant
powder that is curred some distance out
ou the line of the new railway last Fri
day. A Mexican dropped a lighted cigarette
In the vicinity of the explosive and be
and twocompalons were bluwu to king
dotu come. A third man was struck by a
dying stone and his leg was broken.
The laborers were in charge of Fore
man Hogan, aud McCarthy says the
oreuuu would probably be arrested
held Indelliiitely to answer for the
To-lis) 'a Itaricalua al 1 h Pair.
Large box Kuatuelliie or Nickeline
best stove pollsn made, only c
Two-quart covered milk cans, only., lia
Klegaut nickel plated cuspidors, oi ly )
fiig galvanized pails, will outwear a
doZ'nwood buckets, only 2i'c
Three I'oerlesa white granite cups
and saucers, best chinaware male,
Thk Fa i it,
113 First Street.
Carload of fine ones just lu at Stimuli's.
It is learned that W . C. Hutiiiin, for
merly collector for the W hltney company,
has purchased the Interest of C. K. Crary
In the Mutual Automatic Telephone com
pany, and is in charge uf the ollice dur
ing the absence uf the local uiauager,
1'aiil D. Mcvers.
lu the cae of Browne A. MaliZiuares
Co. vs Francisco Chavez 2nd, which B.
S. litstey won lu the supreme court
yexterdav, the point was entatilinlieil that
judgment unly lives seven years In New
There w ill be a meeting uf the Soldiers'
Aid Socie'y, held in the school room of
the Club building, Friday morning at
Miss Laura Dillon returned to her
home at Kushvllle, Illinois, last night
after a long visit to her sinter, Mrs. J. N.
Important Dispatches Being Con
sidered by Officials.
Peace and Ord;r Will he Preserve,
by Our Troops.
Admiral Ccrvt ra Will Not Re urn lo Spall
KEW TO! TO GO TO 1AVAKA.
Washington, Aug IS. Dl-patches t '
importance were received and considered
at the war department today. Innne II
ately after the arrival of Secretary Alger
at the department he had a consultation
with Gen. Corbin and deniid himself to
visitor The conference was a protract
ed one. They were considering dispatches
received from Gen. Merrltt and from
It is understood that General Merritt's
dispatches were not of a rtlsquletlng
nature, although the conditions to bo
faced In the l'hlllpplnes are giving th"
department considerable concern.
The conditions at Santiago are causing
a great deal of uneastiirw, and tt Is
believed more troops will be ordered
there very soon. Already order have
been Issued directing the Fifth regular
Infantry, now at Tampa, to proceed '.
once to Santiago.
Inquiries have been made as to the con.
dltlon of the Immune regiments, which
have not yet sailed, with a view of
sending them to Santiago.
The government Intends to take vigor
ous measures to preserve peace and keep
order In Sautlago and territory, under
Cnlted States control. The emphatic
order Issued to General Lawtou a few
days ago will be followed by orders send
ing atilllctcht disciplined tr.sips to en
a'de him to carry out the Instructions of
the secretary. A a further step
In this direction the president
to day directed that th Twenty third
Kansas regiment, Colored, be dispatched
to Santiago to form an army of occupa
tlon of Cuba. The Kausans had tendered
their service for this purpose aud urged
acceptance, which President JJiKltilcy
and Secretary Alger dually agreed to to
day after a conference with Representa
tive Curtis of Kansas.
It waa decided also to sen4 tho
Twentieth Kansas to Manila should ad
ditional troop be asked for by General
Merrltt. The Twentieth I now at San
To lla Kntorod by Maipou'a flaaatilp,
tho CJrulaer Maw York,
New York, Aug. IS. A special to the
Herald from Washington says: Hear
Admiral Sampson's IJagshlp, the armored
cruiser New York, will be the first Amer
ican warship to enter the harbor of
Havana since war was declared. She
will carry with her the members of the
military commission appointed by the
president to proceed to Havana to ar
range with a similar commission to be
appointed by Spain the details of the
evacuation by Spanish troops.
AUMIKAL HIV r.K.i.
Mo Imiiii NalUrted and Will Nut Kturn
to aialn lor tlio rront.
Washington, Aug. IS. Admiral Cervera
will not return to Spain for the present
and the reports from Annapolis, stating
that he would leave for Washington to
day, are eald at the navy department to
be a misapprehension. The admiral his
in ado no preparation to leave, and It Is
the belief that he will be the last Span
ish prisoner to go home, as he has shown
latherly regard fur all other Ulcers.
TIIK Wool. Ill SIM KM.
I Held lima . Hell It 'l.llilll Pounds-W ool
Omatn Holding Hark.
Ilfeld liros., have sold all their wool,
1 7 J.i KX) pounds to Thomas Koss, the wool
commission mail of Las Vegas, who Is
shipping it to eastern markets to day.
Die close uf the war seems to have
strength the wool market const lerably
and this branch of business will un
doubtedly experience a revival In the
near future. The price received for
wool n'w being sold Is understood to be
In the proximity of It cents. A largs
number of wool growers are still holding
n't lo their supply In the expectation of
receiving letter prices a little later on.
L. Traur to. day mild 45 KO pounds uf
wool to James Wilkinson of the scnurit'g
W. ('. T. I . Items.
Mrs. C. H. FBtirher. of the Woman's
Christian Temperance nnlon, called at
Thk Citi.kn lllce this morning and left
for publication the following Items;
As a result of Miss Ackerman's lecture
several new member have been added to
the V om ul's Temperance Colon.
A tltlit! has been put Into the hands
of the v.vhui young people's societies
appealing to I'leeidetit Mi Kinley to pro
hibit the armory canteen.
The parll.imeutry drills will no doubt
be an Instructive and Interesting feature
of the meetings, and ladies of the city
are Invited to attend and take part In the
The afternoon go-tel meeting have
been transferred to the park for the pres
ent, and aa the "men' meeting" has
Jollied them, the Interest has Increased
and very successful work Is expected.
In the acknowledgment of the lo: tea
Wtuents ent to company A by lbs W, C.
T. C, each testament containing a
pledge card, forty seven of the cards have
been returned to us signed by the same
number of soldiers.
A the last meeting a full report of the
ddier' and sailors' work was given and
showed a large amount of woik accom
plished through the efforts of the terri
torial president. He v. Mr Borden. She
has taken up the work at Kelly and Mag-dalena.
1. o. O. r. Notioa.
Regular session of Harmony lodge. No.
17, I (I. (). F., tonight at our hall ou
outh Second street at H o'clock. All mem
ber are requested to be present. Visiting
brother Invited to attend. My order of
N. G. W . C. M intfort, secretary.
The Brunswick salism will olTer to the
Urst aud second highest score for
bowling, for the week commencing Sat
urday, August 20 aud ending Sunday,
August 'iH, one box uf Drown Palace
cigars to the Urat.and a bottle of Minimi's
Kxtra Dry to the second.
" New York. Ang. 18. Copper, lO.'o.
sllvor and i.oaw.
Sow York. Aug. 18.-Hllver, 6ll. Lead,
:i.H6. Castings 10 V
New York, Aug. IS Money on call
at UUi per cent. Prime mercantile
paper, 8,', 4 per cent.
Ubleaao Orals Market.
Chicago, Ang. IS. W heat August,
ill! '4c; Sept., IkV40.
Corn August, 31 '4c; Sept., odjf'ic
OaU August, 211', c; Sept., 30 1 M ;
Uhlraifo Stork MarkaU
Chicago, Ang. IS. Cattle Receipts,
S.500 head; market, strong to inc., higher.
Reeves, 1 4.2un5 70; cows and heifer,
f200gl H; Texas steers, U.2."iB4 30;
westerns, $:.75n(4.4H; stockers and feed
Sheep Receipts, lG.lKX); market weak
to KM. lower.
Natives, tlt.CKU l.f,,",; westerns, f:.7o(4
4.110; lambs, HOuuO.Hl).
Kansas tjllj Markal.
Kansas City, Aug. IS. Cattle Re
oetpts, 5,0 Kl; market steady to strong.
Native steers, f:i til i 5.31 1; Texas steers,
i:i I.Hid.15; Texas cows, llli:i.2.'i;
native cows and heifers. ' 1",(5.0;
stockers and feeders, mio.l.l; bulls,
Sheep Receipts, 4.0(il); market steady.
Lambs, II o.,ii!.nii; muttons, tXoiifcf
Omaha t'altlo Market.
Omaha, Aug. Is. Cattle Receipts,
3..VKI head; market, active and steady.
Native beef steers, II. 0.1.ii: western
steers, 4 (Mini 17i l; Texas steers, f 3 rt(jc
4 00; cows and heifers, f.T.4ui 4 3);
cauuers 1.75(r(3.2o; stockers and feeders,
f 3 MJ4 86; calves, I (H'!.(Hi; bulls,
stags, etc., tl.'ofd 10.
Sheep Receipts,!:!)!); market strong.
Fair to choice natives, :i.M4.7.; do
westerns, :i.7i'm 1 115; common and
stock sheep :i '."i,i 4.(10.
Lambs, .inii,i ii.00.
On a'l of our summer gcoils iu Min's,
I. lilies' ami Cl.iMrenN Shot-. To
out all summer noocU shall otfVr
any ui our Tan and C'lioi olute Sltocs,
any size and stylt-, at urcat'y reduitd
li iff until Si'pt. niher is', when we shall place on sile the largest
ind best line of Ho ,ts and Shoes ever brought to Albiujuerqu-:.
Hring jour Repairing to us.
CEO. G. CAIIISLEY & CO.
Krllabie Shoe Dealera.
122 S. Second St.
wait, uaiir-as .ik i tstrti, attkniio.
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?:5 i:J 5 i! ;:J Vi vi i'i v'- !' t $ i .'i'. .!'. -n". Jl! !': ? '
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Fifth Week of
Opposite the Old
JiJam -4& mini mJl
Wc will sell this week anil as long as the lots last
r.LANKKTS, LAWKS' VKSTS, DKKSS (JOODS, SILKS AND TKIMMI(iS
v git.ir.ititee th.it our prices are one h tlfof what you c.tu ob'.ain the sme goods elsewhere.
Mail orders til ed same day as received.
B. ILFELD & CO., Proprietors.
!' " w 4f ;f v, v, , y,t i;c v, ; y, j? v,t J;? &k il f W iii 5 w ?;?
The Latest in Skirting!
In Stripes and Checks, full 3G inches wide.
15 mid 2 5 Cents l?er Yvd.
j Leon B. Stern Co., !
j 220 RAILROAD AVENUE. s
Gold Band Ham
Gold Band Breakfast Bacon.
Gold Band Chip Beef.
Gold Band Boiled Ham.
Hi w ton Hosntlos Mvksri'l.
New stork of Brick and AntrrtoaD
Ws rxpiH't to-morrow Imports t Swiss
If you want to put tip fruits use our
MkIiic A Co. riokllnk VluKar.
We liavo 10 varlctlfs of Mnra and Java
CofTi4, from 20 rsnti to 5() ccnU per
(fur stiH'k of Ororsrlrs Is cotupleta ami
our prlci tlis lowsst.
The Jaffa Grocery Co.
Ill SOUTH SI.CONI) RTkrP.T.
ialra Ti.-llay Will llrli( Cnalumara To-
Ml Isathxr colors 1 Otl
I'nllar pails Hi
Uiilvsnlr.iMl Iron tulis 00 and x
llxfd patttt, per irnllon ft 40
Jtiar A La.
KHstiittrant, 1 15 Ksllnsvl avsntia. (Ipen
lay ami all night. Hliort onlsrs.
Kutrslln, corriKr HnM and First streets
lll sell you jrixxl wall paper at 12H0
'niilils roll and up.
3 THE SULPHUR SPRINQS
WASON & TRIVtBLB, Propa.
Th best qu(poed tri-rk!y four-horM af In the South ut. From Thorn
ton to th ftmou Sulphur Sprinn In th )tmtt Mountains. Lcava Thornton
Tuodayi, Thundayi and Saturday at . i. m. arrivs at Bland (2 ooont Ltava
Bland at I p. m. and arrive at Sulphurs at S p. m. Stag returns from Sulphur
on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Partla leaving Albuquerque on Satur
day can pend Sunday In th mountain.
Round Trip Ticket for Sale by
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO., - Albuquerque
E. J. POST & CO.,
We Carry a Full Line of Buckeye Mower Repairs. Thomai Ail-Steel
Easy Dump Hy Raltes. Milburn and Studcbaker Watroai
Write for Prices. Mail orders given prompt attention.
ALL KINDS OV
Book and Blank Work
AT CITIZEJST BIITIDETY.
All Pattern 10 and 15c
MAIL ORDERS j
Filled Same j
Day as RecelrecL I
20 1 IUilroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M,
Tlio Best Ia1lxtocl 2E5tox-o in tlao Oitv.
H Compare these Prices:
JJoineinhpr ' Economy" of itself is ji rreat in
come. We, the Economist, are daily helping
you to make that income by giving you Dry
(u)olsvaluesat prices below those that others
Jtaig and Blow about.
g VE re freay preparing- to put in the finest and
v - uioii tompitte line 01 g;ooas tor the holidays
o ever displayed in our line in the territory, and from
g now until October 1st we will close out many lines now
O in stock absolutely below cost, as we would rather
o have the money to buy new goods. We offer this
o week our entire line of EELTS and GIRDLES at ex
O actly half regular price. Come and get them.
g LI 17 TTfiY Uding Jewelry Hou o! :
0 H l" -? UA, the Suuthwf4.
A ni'w liiu' of Kliiinii'l
ftt Urivrs jii-tt ri
i'i'ImmI In all tlx- tii'W full
(.ilnri nicely mmlH, full
w iiltliiiiiil iiici-ly triiiiiiii'il
villi liialil. Tlii'y witi
liuililit tun. Il.tl.2.".. TliU
wi-i'k i ilni'i. on -all' n
lliiZl'll of thrill at only
l.i i oai'li.
I.mlii'4 l.i-li' I liri ail ICilihi'il v,-tn that m' iii to 'i"
l.ailli", Siiari' S.'i k l(il.l.,-.l ,.-t that miII iii to :t"r.
Imlli'rt Itoiiml Nick 1 C 1 1 I .. t ,--l-llial hi iii to M.',c.
I .. t i V V'ck, -.liitrt lii'r v.'-trt tliat ili lii to Xn;
lu nil colon aii l till sie;.-! wliilx tlicv la-t, only I'.ic each.
Kor cliil.lrcn ami tnlcj a ih-w line ju-t rcci'hi'il in
-kiiN. howim mill iliacr-i.
t liililicn'i. koWiis ni.'cly tiiailx alol liiiiuuiil at Xn
to 'i v.
I 'li 1 1' 1 1 I'll' -kii 1- niccl v iiihiIc it 1 1 1 triiiiiiii'il at " each.
I lill.lii'h's iliavsoli nicely iiihiIc aiel tl llllllinl lit Im-,
1 ", J.'"' 1 acli.
1 liililicn'- l.i hiii nicely iiih.Ih vsitli t ui-k-i uinl lace
trimiiiintr, ull iij,'.-. up to jearsut Om- ami 70c.
Alioiit l.'i pieces of 27-lncli Kinliroiilerv KloiincliiK that
w.lil iii to J.ii a yard. i are cliwiiijr these out at
only ,"iiK' a yaril.
Hiiy t lia-iii now mill prepare for the rainy Hcmon hi
proachini;. He hate jii-i one ilo.en In sizes llil inches
to hi inches lonj ut a sM clal price of fl.iw each.
See wimlow ili-play. He me receiving new curUins
ami i-h to co,eoiit what we lime ainl 111 onler toilo so
hate tnaile special prices on same.
No. I, we have li pair our tegular fiirtnin stieclul.
No. 7IU, only H pair our regular n5c ciirtiiltt spi'dul,
No. 17, only 1 1 pair our regular (H- curtain special. 7.V.
No. only 7 pair our reulur ctn lain special,
No. 77, only lu pair our regular (Lift 0111 tain sH-ciiiI.
i pair or li,. II, I Swlxs curtains, sliijlitlv soiled front
lioiin; ili-played, our regular ;t.:,ii cm t.ttn.'to clov them
out luke theiii for I.O11 a pair.
Chenille Stand and Tabic Covers.
I yd square or txl size chenille cmcrs, special, only
1 1 j yd square or lixl size clu nille cmers, sjieclal, only
'1 yd siiuure or s. I size chenille cmers, special, only
I liese chenille covers are all nice patterns uud nicely
Win en kihkIs and are rcalit reduced 111 price.
All our fancy Silk l'itia-.ols in fancy colors, white or
lilack, k'o at actually one-half tiiaike I price.