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ALHL'ULI-RUUi:, NIAV MEXICO, FRIDAY AI Ti: RNOOX, AUGUST 11), 1W)H.
OF MANILA FIGHT.
The Exciting Part Taken by the Gal
lant Colorado Soldiers.
NAMES OP TME KILLED AND WOUNDED.
Now York, Auk. 19 A dUpatch to the
WorM from Manila T.Ivm th following
c impleta lint o( tha klllmt and won ml wl
In the righting at the capture of Manila:
M, K. Holm, first aergaant, Aitnr bat
t'ry; 1). Crenilna, wcnnd at-rgnant, Antor
hatterr; Samuel Howell, Fourteenth rogu
larn; Wni. Lawln, Nebraska volunteer.;
Robert McCarin, Fourteenth regulara;
Kdwanl O'Nell, California volunteers; A.
P. I'atternon, private Minnesota volun
teer; Charles I. t'hoenii, private Colo
rado volunteers; Aug nut TholleD, prlate
Twenty-third tutted Htatea Infantry.
Astor battery R. II Blllman, sergeant;
H Vanllorne coporal; Private B. Maker,
li. Hewtell, (j IHillll, T. J. Harden, II.
Hcyniour and C. K. Vanpelt.
Minnesota v lunteera-Capt. njnrnsted
Unreeii, Capt. 0. Seebarh, Privates Carl
eon, Kahl, Moore and TetnolT.
Twenty-third regular Privates Halt
rr. Mi-Ceun, Morgan, Newnjitu and Parker.
California volunteers John llunmore
and Albert HanimersoD.
The SpanlHh loss I estimated at not
lene than 2t), Inrtuding both killed and
wounded, and lu the in lglilnrhx,tl of
Vmt stores of military and naval sup
pll.'S were seined.
The casualties on the Amerlran aide
were con lined to the land forces; not a
mau on the fl-Mt wa Injured. Through
four lluee of entrenchment, extending
two mile, the enemy waa driven tn
panic to the walled portion of Manila.
Tlila the Spaniard eurrendered.
The enemy had two lined of entrench
ments lu front of General fireene, anil
b ck of those lines wae Kio Cliigaloti, a
Muall stream. Next beyoud waa the
pow'er magatineof au ancient furtre,
mounting one 6 Inch gnu. Immense
eandbag walle and trenched surrounded
the fortress on the aouth and aeaward
aides. Ueueial Audereou wne in com
maud of the division, which waa com
poMd of two brigade.
At t):'!0 a. tu. the Olymnla opened lire
with her starboard 6-Inch guna at a
range of 4 ,00 yard. 'Ihe. tuleigh and
Petrel opened wlt.'i their 5 Incli ai.d
I Inch guns at 3.5JCI yard. Shell after
Nhell burat in the fort and drove the
Hpaularda panic atrlcken toward Mau I la.
Kverr ehnt waa marked by debris hurled
li t K ' iu the air. Bonn the enemy de
serted the treiu'hea in front of General
Green but ran off to the right into the
bamboo swamp. Two whole shots from
the battery In the magazine wat the
only reply given to the tlwtdre. Both
fell :IHI yard short.
The gunboat Callao and tunch Haicelo
advanced to within 1,(H)0 yards aud liegau
aeudlug a deadly hail from their rapid
Ore and machine gum.
i!y this time the fort waa deserted and
the llett elgnalled to ceaxe tiring, after
which order to advance were given.
The Colorado troops formed iu column
w th the tlig Hung to the breeze, and
dunlin I into the Klo (iingalon, wading
waist deep. The Callfornluna followed.
The enemy's Matneri begau to crack In
the bu-hea In front and on the left, but
the ehoot ng wa wild. The Colorado
men ran np to the fort and took poa-
Private Phoeulx.of company I, climbed
to the rauioart and pulled down the
8,iaul-di tlitg, and a he was raining the
Am Ticnil standard lie wa shot dead.
Thereupon Sergeant Richard 0. Holme,
r iinpMiy 1. Nei.-nl the II n and rau it up
on the pole.
The ('dorado men, the Califoruiana
uud the Klghteenlh Infantry drove the
Kpanlarila through the atreeta of Malate
at a dead run. 'Ihe enemy threw away
their gun and uiumunitloii in their
li ght. The troop followed, capturing
Hie l.unetta battery and clia-mig the
enemy Into the walled city.
Meanwhile (ien. Mac-Arthur' brigade,
over on the right wing, waa having the
eevereet kind of lighting 'Two guna of
the I tali battery opened on blockhouae
No 1 1, and aoon knocked it Into epliutera.
Theu the troop advanced by the Pasy
road toward the city, with the Aator
battery in the lead, and lmd the hottest
lighting of the day at the Junction of the
TheHpaliiNh mkiii retreated, and (ien.
Mac-Arthur entered the city and estab
lished hi headquarters lu Malute.
Auui0il t iiiiiiU(I.
New York. Aug. lit (ieneral Joeeph
Wheeler to day formally aneumed coin
maud of Camp ft IckotT, at Montauk
Hhorl tabluKt MMlun.
WaMhingtou, Aug. lit. The cabinet aee
hioii to-day wa brief. The diehauduieiil
of the army and Die naval review at New
Y'uk were the main point In dlcuwton.
A to the former Secretary Alger etated
th it the detail were being worked out,
and conalderable dlfllculty I being expe
rienced In selecting the regiment tn be
put on the niUHterlng out Hat. but It la
expected that the matter will lie In eh ape
in a few day.
Barrameiiti, Cal., Aug. 111. Congre
mtn Jauie 0. McUuire wa unauluioiiuly
nominated for governor by the Califor
nia democratic elate convention. On
motion of Tnited State Senator White
the populist and allver reiu'ilican candi
date were nominated a follow: Kd
ward I.. IIutclilnon, lieutenant gov
ernor; T. W. Mapli, controller; II. A.
Uct'rauey, clerk of the aupmue court;
Walter Yandjke, JiiMtloe of the enpreme
court; ChriHtian Ruckle, superintendent
of public lustructloiiH; J. L. Dryden, rail
road commhtodoiier. Judge W. M. Contey,
f Madera, wa nominated for anaoclate
juatice of the eupreme court; W. 8.
ilreen for etate treaxurer, and II. P.
Andrew for attorney general.
K. MIIKAI.M CAI TI llr-.l.
foiinil In m i mm ami llll nn th Way to
Washington, Aug. I'.l. I' lilted State
MiniHter Hunter, of Guatemala, cable
fie state department that (ten. Morale,
the leader of the revolution, waa captured
In a cave on Wedneeday and died on the
way to priaon at San SebaHtian.
Hin Tlf-ki't Cunipletefl,
Milwaukee, Hi., Aug. 111. The repub
lican ticket, complete, I a follow: Kd
ward Scoileld, of Oconto, for governor;
Jeeae Stone, of Matertowu, lieutenant
governor; W. II. KorehlQch, of Jackaon.
for eecretary of etate; J. 0 Davidaon for
treaaurer; K. I). Harvey, of Milwaukee,
for superintendent of public Instruction;
Graham L. Rice, of Superior, for railroad
commlslouer; Kd. (iillijohn, of Milwau
kee, for Insurance commlaaioner.
Mo Man Tronpa N)iIh1,
Washington, Aug. 111. General Shafter
baa Informed the war department, after
consulting with General Lawtnii, com
manding the department of Santiago,
that it ha been concluded It will not be
neceesary to send any more troops to
Santiago for the preservation of peace
and good order.
Jilt Mora Ciinrnsalfina
Yokohama, Aug. Ill i he Corean gov
ernment, replying to the German reiiiest
for coNce-slous, ha untitled the German
consul at Seoul that it propose to es
tablish a railway bureau ami construct
it own railway, and therefore no
further concessions will lie granted.
Washington. Aug. 111. Cha. W. Gould,
of New York, ha accepted the appoint
ment a representative of the department
of justice on the Cuban military com
mission. Hfiulhard llonmiituMtvil.
Toledo, Ohio, Aug. Ill At the republi
can congressional convention jesterday,
Hon. James H. Southard wa renomi
nated for congress to represent the Ninth
la Uniting Ilia I'analnn.
The statement that K. Sherman, an
old soldier of this city, had been dropped
from the pension roll 1 erroneous. He
1 still drawing hi pension under the
new law. Commissioner K vans' letter
simply informed him that hi claim for
a pension under the old pension law had
The difference between the old and
new law 1 that the former required the
soldier to prove that they had received
their disabilities In the war, while the.
new law simply make It Incumbent
upon them to show that they are tn
capaclted now, uo matter from what
Naw Mutta roiiniifim'rtl,
George W. Klake et at have commenced
a suit lu ejectment against Charles II
Toll et al for the recovery of the Julia
mining claim in the Cochin aud 1,ii
damage for the alleged trespas of the
A. J. Kisher et al have commenced a
similar suit against Charles II. Toll et al
for recovering the possesalnii of the Al
buquerque lsle mining claim.
Carrie liearlsiru ha commenced suit
for a divorce from her luinbaiid. Herado
G. W. .Kenuett ha Instituted divorce
proceedings against hi vile, Annette I
Itlttm ly a log.
Prof. J. R. Ribera. the public school
teacher at I.a Padilla. came to town
this morning with fruit for sale from
the Hubbell orchard of Pajaritu. He
I ht success of our Special Bargains in Walchfi last wk Induct
u to otltr another. l c havt just ttuivti a supply of Pull Jcwcltd
(I5jwcli Mtkelcd Moveinciita, bw,luiily accural timtkcpn.
W bavc nttcd thttt in Warranlid Cold filUrd
Cite and ollr thtm complete for
Only a doreo ol them on hand.
IITWl oiler I.ADItllf WATCMba al It Kill Cl.l) I'HICliS lor l:l:W DAVS -
avv ui i inula
called at the hom of Sam. Johnson, on
north Kdith street, ami the house dog
nsually kept chaineil, but wa unchained
this morning -objected to Mr. Rihtra
entering the gste, and jumped at Ihe
gentleman, Imbedding It teeth tu tie
11 shy part of the right arm jnst below
the elbow. The profexser freed himself
from the grasp of the dog and came down
town, reporting the matter to Marshal Mc
Millln. The marshal Interviewed Mr.
Johnson, and the dog will be killed. The
wound are quite severe, and It Is likely
Mr. Rlbera will ask eonie dmng. In
any event, it is learned that Mr Johnson
I perfectly willing and glad to make
any kind of a reasonable settlement.
j. k AHai.ni win.
Herarao rinrta til.0ll7.WI lluo II I in From
llorboro chovoa ria Arinljo.
Judge W. 1 1. Lee, a referee In the case
of Junto H. Armijfi v. Harbara Charet de
Arniijo, ha made his report, which !
now on file lu the district court. He de
cides In favor of the platntill aud tlxes
Ihe amount due him al '',! it'T.l'i.
The referee reMrt show that the
plaintiff acted a manager for the de
fendant for live year. "d that the value
of hi services wa fi,.V(l per year, or
l -.'.()( K) for the live year, and that he ad
vanced if'.i.'i 17. 65 In conducting defend
ant's business. A an offset to thesa
amount the defendant held plalnliU
note for Id.umi at 4 er cent interest, and
cash advanced the plaintiff in payment
of future services In the sum of f t H2i in
llaao Hall To-morrow.
The Albuquerque boys will line up In
the following order tn the base ball
game with Santa Ke to morrow:
McDonald, catcher; Chaves, pitcher;
II. McCue. lirst base; Smull, second bane;
Holland, short stop; Young, third basei
lis France, left Held; N. Mct'ue, center
tleld; Schilling, right Held.
The Santa Ke batting position have
not yet been received.
Woodiiiannee will umpire b.ith game.
Saturday' game will be called at S
p. m. and the Sunday game at '1 p. m.
Single admls-ion & cents; ticket ad
mittiug to both game and lady and
gentleman or two ladle to oue game Du
'I he only change In the Albuquerque
hatting order on Sunday will be the sub
stitutiou of Farrow a pitcher In Chavez'
Klua Krll Klil.
Triple Link Rebekah Lodge No. 111. 1.
O. (I. K, of thi city, one of the most sue
c wf u anil tiest known lu, the west, and
which ha a nieinlisr among many
of our leading citizens, their
wives, daughter aud sisters, has
just received a beautiful set of cos
t'imi', ciHting nearly t-7.', for the
degree staff of eighteen ladles. In order
to present the b, autllled work of the de
gree when Initiating candidate. The
set of costume were made to order from
special design and are of the regulation
required by the revised ritual of
the degree. The Henderson-Ames coin
pany, of Kalamazoo, Michigan, were the
makers, receiving the order through their
tgent here, H. K Tll'.on. Tuesday even
lug, August Zl, the lodge will confer ttie
degree upon a large clas of candidates,
with full ceremonies, using the new out
lit for the ilrst time, after which refresh
ment will be served. All member are
requested to attend.
Conl ol Thanks.
We take this method of expressing
our thank to the large number of mem
ber and friend of the Highland Medio
diet church who congregated at the par
sonage last night and left so many thing
behind them that will cheer the home for
da to come. We are deeply sensible of
our tinworthlnes to receive so much
kindness, tint, the many kind words and
token of esteem and appreciation make
us determined, by the grace of (ird, to
redouble our effort to merit some of the
kindness you have so litn-rally bestowed.
May heaven' richest blessing rest upon
every one of those dear frli ml.
Mk. and Mils HoIm..-hN.
B Leading Jeweler,
RAILROAD AVENUE, Albuquerque. N. M.
N.4TI ItllAV'M M il 11. aAl.K
AT TIIR HI NY hTOKK.
Id lb, best potatoe
i cans Boston Baked Bean 'jric.
:t Iti.s. choice raisins loc.
;i can corn 'JIV.
'J can best peaches i.'ic.
H 4 ( .. bottles extract of lemon i.'ip.
3 ounce sacks of Pedro cut plug
2 larie cans broiled mockeral ;).".
At what other store can you do near as
TI1K M A. K.
Wm. Kikkk. Proprietor.
It must not be overlmiked that l, the
grand dance at the Orchestrion hall to
morrow night f r the beneUt of the Klrst
rrguueiit baud. The bind will come over
on l ,n Mile, and render a Iree open air
concert on Railroad avenue from 7 to
o'clock to-morrow evening. A gisel
crowd ought to attend. Admission, in
cluding gentleman aud ladle, only f.o
Capt. Young, of the Brown base bull
club, inform IiikCiti.i-S that the Sul
uiday afternoon game will be called a'
;i o'clock sharp, and that the gauie on
Sunduy afterniNin will tie cull.-d at i
o clock. 1 he Santa He club, un ler the
captaincy of George Crawford, will reach
the city this evening.
General Superintendent li. I'. Mulge
and luvisiou Superintendent J. K. Hur
ley, with a party, came up In a speciul
car from the south last night, wlr-r
they had been to inspect the Santa Ui'a
branch iu Grant county. They proee de.l
north to day.
Clarence liixou aud wife, who were at
the Milphur ami Jeuoz hot springs the
past few weeks, returned to the ciiy l-t.-t
uluht. Mr. i'lxoii Is the proprietor of
the Montezuma, ami will dnuntlrss ar
range to open the place by the llrst ol
The member nf the Methodist church
south surprised their pastor, Rev. M
Hislgson, and his wife at the parsonage
laet evening. They brought with tin iu
mime choice eatables, and the cteniug
was spent very pleasantly Indeed.
('. II. Young, the division superintend
ent of Wells Kargo express, with head
quarter at lienver, passed through the
city lor K.I I'aso last night lis win proh
ably return to-morrow night, and will
reinaiu over here Midday.
Kred Weston, who was at San Iii"go,
( al., spending his vacation, has returned
to the city and resumed his duties at the
local railway shops. Mr. Weston lell his
wife at San I'll u' i, where she will reiusin
s-veral week longer.
I 'an. Klliott, the madmaster, and Itai
Hammond, iu the civil engineering de
partuieiitof the Stiit he railway, reiris
t.Ti-d at the lintel Highlainl from Las
egas la-t night.
Hon. Mariano h . (Hero, wife ami daiiuh
ter, Miss Imlores, are now on a visit to
friends lu Hurango, Colo,
j The Santa Ke PacihY pay car came lu
from the west last night and the men
are being paid oil to day.
Order your stove repair In goisl season
from the lionalioe Hardware company.
FATAL CLOUD BURST.
Five Children Carried Away in
the Rnsh of Waters.
Illinois miners Up In Arms and Arc
Tariff Rate! For Porto Rico Hive Been
ROT ALAtMtD ABOUT TILIOW MVI1.
Pittsburg, Ail 4. Vi K cloud burst Up
Hawuilll run thl morning caused a tidnl
I that str ain, endangering the live of
d .zrus of persons. Kiv chil Iren are
missing and are supposed to have been
drowned. They are Ireim LMlus, Rwgls
iiftus, Oenteve hbatighnesy, Margaret
tliaiighneNy and Nellie Suul. Die
water In the run In gan to rise this
morning and at U o'clock great volume
of water came down. The missing chldren
together with older person were stand
ing on the porch of the tenameut house
In Violet alley, In the rear of Main street
near west Carson. Thl porch overhung
the run. When the great wave of twenty
feet high came down, the porch wa car
ried away and people went with It Mrs.
John Lofttia, mother of the two children
tlrst named, and two men were th adults
In danger. They were saved.
Tha Two Shooting Noa-l'nloa Mlocra In
fana. III., Aug. 111. A crowd of fully
."oo excited miners and dtli-ii were
about the city building last night when
Kd. June and James Palmer, held In
heavy Isind on five charge of assault
with deadly weapon with Intent to mur
der miner on the highway at Sprlngslde
mine on Monday, were releasrd on ample
security. Kor time Indication
pointed to serious trouble. Jones and
Palmer we conveyed to aud frvni the city
c itirt room In a buggy by (iterator
Orerholt, of the Sprlngslde mine, and
alter being released, headed by Overholt,
Peter Baugh and McQuIgg, they inarched
through th crowd amid the hlsse of
miner and citizens. There many mur
muring and open threat. One time
rush wa mads toward the bungy,
M iser council prevailed and the releawed
prisoner were Anally conveyed back to
the shaft uuharmed. Ttia trial will
x-'ur at the August term of court.
Sheriff Coburn arrived from Taylors
villa to-day and posted the crlmlual rode
regarding the assembling of miners. In
timidation, etc. He also swore la a large
force of extra deputy sheriff tj guard the
negro laborers who were brought here
rrom the south uu Sunday, It I t-uld, and
put to work at the Sprlngslde mine on
Sau Antonio, Tex., Aug. Ill The vol
unteer troop now garrisoning at Kort
Sam Houston mutinied thl morning at
hieakfast and marched out of the mess
hall In regular order, a a protest against
the food furnished them. The mutter I
now under investigation.
MOT A LA KM KU.
A limit tha Vallow l--vr Among Ilia Trou
lo Ilia l ulled NtaUst
Washington, Aug. Ill The war de
partment authorities are not alarmed
alaiut the yellow fever among the troop
In the l ulled States, but a close watch
I being kept at all point where there I
the least danger. Three case at Key
Weet are the only ones reported lu the
south, and no additional one have been
riqxirted In the last three or four day.
TarllT llaloa I'roiiiulgslrd.
Washington, Aug. 111. The war de
partment to-day promulgated the tariff
raU-s for Porto Rico. The rate I Span
ish minimum tariff rate heretofore en
force 1 In the Island. The tobacco sched
ule Is the same a that for Cuba.
Kelurnliig to MUtlo liandeivoiia
Washington, Aug. 111. Orders were
given to-day for the return to their state
rendezvous the following regiments:
Kirst Illinois cavalry aud Kirst Maine In
fantry, now at Chlckumauga, and Hemd
Nw Turk Infantry, now at Fernanlle,
Kla and FirU ermont Infantry, now at
No llh toaalna ol Cnngroaa
Washlnglm, Aug. 1. -Senator Can
non. of I tub, h has ben In W ashing
ton since cigre adj turned, will leve
for hi liotin In a day or two. having
received per 1 1 lira assurance that there
arill be no extra session of the senate
thl fail, ai has been for sometime
anticipated. Senator Cannon belle v.
an extra 1un will follow the adjourn
ment on Ma Vh 4th.
TM.r IKAI'HIC MAHKfTa.
New Totk Ang. Ill Copper, It
OO t LOM ,
V Vr Ang. Hi.-Sllver. nil'. Lead.
:i.Hi, Cast ng
New VorV, Ang. Ill Money on call
t l.'I'i "t rsni. IVIme niercjtntlle
oaper, 3.' 4 per cent
Oh. rata (irsla Martal.
Chi.-ego. Aug. 1M. WheatAugust,
'W4i'; Sept , Ismi.
( oru August, Bot.c; Sept.. 30-fl.
Oat Anguat, lit Udt'dc; Sept., ll i
I'hlnfo KlnOi Market.
Chicago. Aug. 111. Cattl- -Receipts.
loin) head ;rintket. strong to lOc.hlghci
Hhvis, f Joi.(5 id; eow and heifers,
2 M' t Kl; l ex Steer, f t 2" tt .1";
wexteriia, :l T.li.tl 4'i; stockers and feed
rs, $:t.40u4 V
Sheep P elpts, 10,000; market Weak
to UK", lower
Native, i-.'l.nocM r,r; westerns, :i.7.Vi
4.ii; lamb ti ooi; ,iiii
Rmw 4'llv Moraal.
Kansas City. Aug. 111. Cattle He
ivlpt. 6,0l; niaiket steady to strong.
Native ters, $:i ."n(u i'i.'i; Texas steers,
Ml.'i.ttlj; Texas inw, '2 is'ifrS 2ri;
native cow and heifers. (I ( k .f 4 7 ." ;
stockers anil feeder. f 'A XH mi; bulls,
Sheep Receipt. H.OKI; market eteadv.
I.amli, (.1 s,"ii.(ii (ti; mutlniis. 4:tAM c
Oir .h aula Matkat.
Omaha, Aug. 11) Cattle Receipt.
il.f'Oil head; ni..rkat, active aud steady.
Native lieef ateer.l 40(fl.'i.4il: western
teers, 4(v-l.7ii; Texas steers, f:iiiOr
4.:k; cow and heifers, :t 4o(,i4 ';
canni r I 7f)( ',;i.2.7; stockr and feeder.
JlH'.,-4h6: calves. 1 1 (i;H.(lO; bull,
stair, etc.. I'.'jftl.in.
Shoep K-eelpts,4l!,iil(l; market strong.
Fair tocl' 're native, t.'tst 7ri; do
westerns, gj.7" 4 til; ctimmou aud
slock sheep t H.'x.r 4.1 K.
l.HUilsV, il U'i.riHHI.
The Biuiiswlck salisin will offsr to the
first and second highest score for
bowling, for the week commencing Sat
nrdar, Angtit 20 and ending Sunday,
.'.'gnat a, -iaa box of Br.iwu Palae
cigars to Ihe first, and a bottle of Muuim'e
Kxtra Hry t-C ..utiiiu.
Allan'a r.Mil-Hs.a "
A certain curs for aching, swollen,
tired and sweating feet. Free samples
at (ieo. C. (lalnsley 4. Co., shoe dealer
112 south Second.
To-Hay's llergalna et the Kolr.
Biggest and beet tea strainer, (or the
llrst time, only lie
Quart graduated measure only oc
Japanned and decorated duel pans
flood size l'pid sauce pans only 10c
three IVerlees white cups aud saucers,
best chiuaware made, only 'Joe
Kitchen or hall lamp, complete, with
glass front, chimney and rellector,
1 1I K FaIK,
I LI aouth F'irst street.
Gold Band Ham.
Gold Band Breakfast Btcorj.
Gold Band Chip Beer.
Gold Band Boiled Ham.
Id s ton Belittle Mackerel.
New stock of Brick and American
We expert tn-ni irrow Iinportel 8wLsh
If you want to put up fruits use our
Heinz & Co. Pickling Vinegar.
We have 10 varieties of Mwa uud Java
Coffee, from 20 centi to 50 cent per
Our stock of (irocerlt-s I complete and
our prices the lowe-t.
The Jaffa" Grocery Co.
ng Siil TM MXOM) SIkl liT.
II Vim Want Any of (hp tSHi't
ini'l T-iu sin) s.
'II it fi ! kmnv tlnir n.iIiic
. Ill 1 will 11 .11111 illlK't'il llu' -llill'
if l;ifS, M' Sc. Ill a rt'.lt
1 1 . a i , hill w i- li.ivf Mime; si!cmliil
ii'iiU left ui ninl the lirst lure
- t ilu- k of stsli s. V,- .sfHinj, tli s,. j,,,.
Men's, Wonrn's uud Oiililiv ns, ,tl pi it f s ollu i s
he. ivy yils.
Hrin' your Kfp ti'inr tn us. 1 5.- t woi kmansliij. ,unl lu st m.itf ri.il
II M.itli- Slmfs,
nil fill' I O.II sC
CEO. G. GANISLEY & CO.
HrlUl.lr Slioe Dealera,
122 S. Second St.
HAH. USIIKKB .IVKJ lAKKtrll ATTKjTIO.
Fifth Week of
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Opposite the Old
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We will soil this week nrul a long as the lots last
IlLANKKTS, LAWKS' VKSTS, DRESS (iOODS, SILKS AND TRIMMINGS
We Kiwr;ntre tlx.it our prices ure onehtlfof w!t y mni oh'.ain tlu stmjgii,l elsewhere.
Mail orders fil ed same day as received.
B. ILFELD & CO., Proprietors.
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The Latest in Skirting !
In Stripes and Checks, full 30 inches wide.
15 and 25 Cents I3er Ysli-cL
Leon B. Stern & Co,
220 RAILROAD AVENUE.
Fine Merchant Tailoring
FOR A SUIT TO ORDER.
E. L. WASHBURN & CO.,
THE ONE PRICED CLOTHIERS.
Kor the FALL nf 8 JUST AURIVKI) ami comprise One Thousand Samples for Suits;
Two lluiiiheil S iinplcs for Overcoats; Five llumlreil Samples for Trousers;
One Hundred and Fifty Samples for Silk Vests.
J4 TI T fl O 1 I It costs you nothing e
i J J cut and b.usU-d and retu
loitier to try on.
extra but a little time.
:areful measure to our
then the garments are
returned to us for the cus-
The garments ate then sent to the cutters with necessary alterations sug
gested. e have no tnistits Irom this system.
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All Pattern. 10 and 15c
Day ai RecclvccU
201 IUilroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M.
Tlio Best Iifj;lxtecl Store Ixx tlao Citv.
Iit'ineinlnT ''Economy" of itself is a rreat in
comii. We, the E;ononiist, are daily helping
yon to make that income by giving yon Dry
Goods values at prices below those that others
Jrag and Blow about.
Admit l.ri iitis nf "JT ini-li Knilirniilnry KIhiiih'Iiik that
ilil up to tl.in a ynril. t nri eliniiiK tlu'Kf out at
only .)ii- a unl.
Iluy tin-in ii. .w iiinl ni'.iiri- fur tlm riiinv hcji.hi up.
prmirliini;. i- lnui- jihI uiii iIi.i-ii in :tii IiicIhm
In 'A iiii-liiN lull); lit u Hpi i'inl prire ut I. i'i.'i i-ui'Ii.
Compare these Prices:
1E are alrcaty preparing to put in the finest and o
moit complete line of poods for the holidays rt
ever displayed tn our line in the territory, and from
now until October 1st we will close out many lines now
in &tnc 1c AkvAitiAv 11.1 t .... .... . i i ,t
..v.r VW.) I f a 3 WC WUUld I 1 1 1 C I
S have the money to buy new goods. We offer this
w ween our entire line ot UtL I i and GIRDLES at ex-
6 actly half regular price. Come and get them.
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A tli'W liln- nf Kllllilii-I-i-tli-
Wrapper jint ri'-t-i'iu-il
In all tin- in-w fall
fnliir iili-cly iiiiuli', full
wiiltliiiml nici'ly trimim-il
Willi lillllil. 'li.l-y HlTK
liuiiKlit tiin ll,l .2.1. 'Iliii
VNi'i'k Wl' plill't- Oil -llli- In
il. ii-ll nf tlii'lll lit Hilly
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Iji.Ii I .UI.- I hivii.l ltil.l.i-. vi--.li tliiit snl. I up tn .'.'K-.
l.iHllis S.iiaii- S.rli l 1 1 tt t .nti thill Hi'l'l lii t" Ifcle.
I.H'lii'4 K'Hiii.l N.-rk liililn-il V i--l s tli.it nli up tn Hie.
I.inlli" Ni'i k, sli.u t rtli'i-vc tlial nlil Up In .'1.1c.
In all culm-, iiinl all hUim wliili- tlny la-l, only l'.u- i-arli.
Knr i-lill'ln-ii mi'l ini---i" a iirw linn jn-t ri-crivi'il in
skirN. irnw im ami iliam-11.
I liililii'ii ji" ii h nii-i-ly niiti It ami triuiiuiHl at lilt'
In .V t-.
( lill.lirii'-. k ii I-niivl v n i if Ii ;i 1 1 1 1 ti iiiiini'il at 'I'll' t-ai-li.
( Iiililiin'i4 iliawi'i-i nii-i-ly uiali ami triiniiii'il at pit',
.1c, 2'n' i-arli.
I liil.lii'ii' liiiinp-i uiri'ly iiiihIh with turki ami liuv
1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l; . all iiKi'i up In H yi'iii iat o"t' iiml
Si'i' imliitt iliplav. Wi urn ri-ivi ini new i-iirlailin
ami wili tn fliMi-iiut what Wf Iiiim ami in nrili-r tniliimi
liaNf luaili' Hpi'i-ial pi ii-i's mi -auii'.
Nn. I, vi- liaM' ii pair niir n-KUlar ii.1i ciirtuiii Npccial,
Nn. 7IU, uiily H pair niir ri-yulur sic cilltaiu upcclul,
' No. 17, niily II painiiir regular H- curtain -pi-rial, 7.1c.
Nn. 72, nnly 7 i.ur niir regular 1.2.1 curtain Hpecial,
Nn. 77, nnly In pair niir n-trular Jl.tln oiirtaiu Mpci-ial.
I pair nf llnttiil Swi-s i-iiil.iiiH, Hliiflitlv Hnili'il fmiu
licinir ili-playml, uur n-ifiilar ;l..1n curtain, tn cIuhc tliciu
mil lake tin-in fur tl.uO a pair.
Chenille Stand and Table Covers.
1 yil siiiri' nr Ixl Hi cliciiillc rmcH. ipcrial, nnly
1 1 j yil mpiarc nr t)xl size clicnillc emt-ri, sM'cial, nnly
2 il Hiiuarc nr sxl izc clii iiilli' chwh, Npccial. only
I licit' chenille cmcrs arc all nice iattenm ami nicely
Miiven khhU ami an' nriiil I v n'iliicel in price.
i All uur fancy ilk I'u inil-. in fancy ciilnri, white or
! Iilai-k, kjn at actually lUie-lmir lual keil price.