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ANV 01MBH AFP
All War Nev
Fresh from Ih win
try Afternoon In I ha i .
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 29, 19H.
He Is Asked to Give Advice to
Gen. Miles and His Porto Rico Sol
diers Cornier Home.
Roving tbc Soldiers From Chlckamaui
i Fast is Possible.
"I0UGH HDEt" WILLIAM TITTART.
Nrw York, Ang. i'J.K dispatch to tha
' oriel from Manila nan: i'rtwlileiit Mb
Kin ley want Ailmlrai lewej to go to
I'arln to ailvinn tlm Amerlran niemlierH
of tli pent roinmleoioa, but this aitml
ral believM that ha cau he of mure Her
vlra to IiIh country li remaining at hl
pnat hero, lie will forward I t mail to
vvanliiiiKton or I'arii a full report on the
romlilloiiR her with noma recommenda
tions, hut will not attend tha ix'ttoa com
r.ljelon'a alttliifr.il perHonally mile.-. epe
piOolljr ordered bjr this govum input.
General Merrilt, however, will no to
V aria at tha prwtMnnt'i aiifKPHtton, leav
ing here on the transport t'lilna, wlilr-h
I" alHiut to return to Han Kranriwo. In
l.m alwenre, lieueral Otia will art aa
Airuinaldo will aend a repreaentative
In I'arla to plead tha pauae of th I'litllp
pine Ulaudera. Agitlualiro aaya that
personally ha la favorahla to tha Auierl
t'Hiia, Imt that hla army la Lighting for
hay nr.r.n uixm victohia.
And IIMa lb Kuler af Rita-land an Allafi.
tlonata Onotl Mya.
London, Ann. SU. Col. John Hay, re
tiring I'nlted Htatea ainhawndor who an
v;ited tha portofoiin of nerretary of atiita
ut ftaHliliigtoii, In MiercM-lnii to Iiav,
went to Onborna, of Might, tliU
afternoon, to lild fiirewell to Queen
ir'orta, who pturlH for Scot land on
I. KAVI.NCl ()A.r THOMAS.
A i in jr Oftl.LI. An llar.l Work Mo.lne;
ChlrliRinauga, Aug. 'JU Tha work of
.n.'vlng tha Klrist army corps from
( h'rttaniHiigR hat heeu completed.
Army ollleiBl arn now directing tip ir
kli.inllon to tha Third (virp. I w nvl
nvnta rf thle f orp, tlm Third Teum'nea
.il l KlrMt MiKaiealrpl. are expected to
l-r.ve for Aiiiileton, AliiliHiiia to-morrow.
OUeia T.ill Icavo H4 rapidly aa trans
I'oi latino cnu be pri vlded. Tha whole
c r , U Uthiunht, Ci'M la eaxily nieved
d'lrli g the week. Tiie Sixth regluient of
I nltid Mrtten vn'itiiiteura will lenmln
here rioiua iIiuk. Th" coiid'tl'ina in the
hn-pitala at ('anii Tlminm are r.tpidly
iniprovlng. At I- aat hnlf of the Nick
have hoeii n nt av.ny, und nrramrciuentH
ka being made to eer.d hundred of
othcta. or Hlark. of New York, will
arrlva this evetilnir. I!a cimi for the
pnrpo-Mi of examining Into tha condition
rf the Now York regiment.
Ied Kruui lluriiM
t'hlrago, Aug. 211.-11. T. Illgglna. cnah
ler for the treaioirer'a olllca of tha Chi
c.ign, Kock MhihI ft HaclUc railroad, la
il"i d from burna received by tha expln
ai li f a vapor bathing ap.aratua by
wh'c'i ha was endeavoring to h"oi ire re
lief from bay fever.
ahlp aolae Hm Arrived.
Hwton. Aug. 211. Tha I'nlted Statea
hiMnitil ahip Holiica. having on hoard
aeveutv four alck enldlem ami miirlneri.
luif arrived from Santiago de Onlii.
TIIK INKTUI CTKINS
To l ulmn and I'url.i Hiean CiiiiiiiiIIoii.
Waiihington, Aug. 2'.i. The Inhtruc
t l .i. to the Cuban and I'urto Itlcan lull-llHi-y
ci miuiKfioiiH, diawu up and all
pr.ivnl l.y the preaideut before he left
rS anhington, nre now ready to be deliv
ered to the president of each coniiiihwl m
before ha leaves. The instructions are
not to bs uudrt public, but the general
terms are known to he (tie same as the
Instructions sent to (ieneial Mmfter re
gtr ling the governuieiit of Hantiago and
i 'iierul Merritt regardlug the I'hillp
pinea. This will mean tha military com
mission will take control of Cuba and
V irto Kiix) the snine as tha military guv
fi'iicr now controU that portion of Cuba
eiirreiidereil to tha I'nlted States after
the Hantiago campaign.
MKMIIKIl.i HKAliY TO HAIL.
Washington, Aug. 2H. An order waa
issued at tha navy department to day
detaching Hear Admiral W. ft. Schley
from the command of the Second North
Atlantic Heel and ordering hliu to I'orto
Mco as a member of tha evacuation com
udssion, during which time he Is author
Led to My his Ug ou thecruiser New
tirieaus. which will remain In those
Vetera until the coiutiiisxlou la ready to
I' turn to the l ulled Mates.
The Cuban commission will sail from
V w York next Sun lay on the cruiser
Ueneriil Wade will act as president of
The iVrto Hican commission will sail
from New York on Wednesday ou the
army I ram port Seneca.
Wrlli Sllnrt.' Mlrlk Kn.lr.l.
Imdon. Aug. 2'.t. At a joint inas
meeting ofMelsh miners today It was
decided to accept the employers' terms
(.(Tered at the Cardiff conference on
Saturday, by which the miners get an
Increase of 6 per cent In wages. This
ends the disastrous six mouths' strike.
riiitio muo Kins,
guilders 1-ftavlut for Ilia 1 nlled Nlle
New Yoik, Aug. 2:. A dispatch to the
Herald from Fonca says: den. Miles and
stalf and eight companies of the Second
W isconsin volunteers sail for home on
Tuesday. The Fourth rennsylvauia vol
nnteers atart on Wednesday. Ihree
I'eniiMylfaiila batteriea and the third
battalion of the Second Wisconsin will
sail ou Thursday. The Illinois voluu-
1 he tucctm of our SptcUJ Rirgairu in Tlch Usl w k inductt
c '. ' .aan?,hf'. ' luv usl ""ivci a tupply of FuU Jwcld
(IS JcwUi Nickeled Mtivrmenta, abwdulily accunlt linkpr.
nave iinra inew in warranlcd tjold rillid
Cut and ollei thtm complete (or
Only a dWcn of Ihtm on hand.
Itr-Wi oiler LAIHlia- WATLIIKS at VIM
Lading leweUr, RAILROAD
lwrn will follow on the 8fn.m ami an
'Uicr ship. Ilia wlmlri ilt tni'hiiipnt will
lnri'1 nt lirmiklyn. After rcHtiiin few
iIrtb thjr will prupwMl to OntrHl purk.
Tiii'jr wiil lie ri)tiininni1'l tit (inn. W iln.
Hon. MIIm will review ihfin.
(ten. Hrrxik" In prtpnrliiij to move tu
fan .limn. It p.eni proluihln Hist hr
wi;i liKn mi ttm fnrews at inmntwmuio,
I: clil.li IX til trnnpa.
R.-portH of illt inlara c intimia. Miltn
will proli.tlilj Iwiih h pr 'Ciatnutlon rail
ing tor onlpr and ilivrfplug wrer printi
ng fr OIHOlKWIIt'lIP.
Tha tritl l? n military rntumlwilon of
twelve civilian prtHOhrra rhrj(iMl with
t-ir:'lni tha town of Uoto, Ik-kIii w
lunrrow at I'nnre.
Hnrll or William Tiffany.
Rton, Mass., Aug 2.. The bisly of
l.h ufeiiHtit Hiii. iiffauy, one of the
Itoiigh Kldi M who died here riiuraday,
r-is taken to Newport to day for burial
A brief service was held at the I'arker
hmiie, Inler escort of a detail of I lie
national lancer guard of (tovernor Wol
rott. the body was taken to the railway
U llh SI. k Nw l ark H..l.llr A rrl,l at
l.ti., ( liy.
New York, Aug In. The hospital train
anived at Jersey City today, carrying
forty sick soldiers of the Fourteenth New
York volunteers on furlough from Camp
Thomas. Friends were waiting to re
ceive them. Those well enough to talk
Miuip'aiiied bitterly of the treatment re
ceived at Camp llioinas.
Bl I'll KM K LtllKir.
Ir Catlla Tax lo lie l.vl.d on knliordl
Ill l'lina dis, Aug. 2"J The special
e.in unttee appointed by tils supreme
indgeof the hniglitsnf I'ythlasto Inves
tif.ats the tunt'er of cl anging the pliri
f 1 11 .nl ll if the revi lilies male its report
t Ih afU'ruoi n. It reMirt.l in favor of a
per capita t ix on each member of the
eiilionlli.ata hstgia for thepuipos of
laving the eiini-es nt the supieuic
lodg, but left the amount blank. The
pre.eut plan is to pay the expenses out
t f t ie ri ce pls from Hie sale of supplies.
An ither speixal committee will report In
faviTof relucmg the li'imlier of mem
bers of the supreme trlhuiul to three
on ml era. ,
IImII Jumper Captured.
I.oa Ant'ides, (al,, Aug. 2'.l Joseph
Slavin, a peddler, was arrested by the
her fl here ou the HUpp isltlou that he is
J. A It umn, wanted In Denver for jump
Plr til l.nii AnK-lea
I.oa. Angeles, Pal., Aug. The Los
Angeles nihi cmiipHiiy's enMre plant was
destroyed by lire to day. Lose, lluO.OUO;
IH A J OK OI.1Klt.IL MIIIKI1T.
lla Avoids a Deelaratloa or I'ollry as In
Manila, Philippine Islands, Aug. S'.i.
Msjor (j -iieial Merritt, commauder of
Auieric in triHjM, In a conversation has
avoided a decluiatlou of policy and gave
tlis lmpresstoii tliut lie is undecided
about the Kssibillty of arranging tore
tain the l'niiippliies, although Tin per
sonally seemed 111 favor uf li.ot poioy.
deueral Aguiualdo has court-martialed
the ollenders In the Cavite sllray and
they had been sentenced to death but ills
reported they were afterwards reprieved
at the request of deli. Anderson. The In
surgents wish to send a delegate to l'arli.
even If he is not admitted lo the confer
ence. Tha Spaniards are said to he de
frauding the Americana In the matter
of Issuauce of rations to prisoners
An OHer Prutn Oaorala.
Washington, Aug. 'i'.t. lion, lloke
Smith, ex secretary of the interior, and
Representatives Livingstone and tlart
lett. of lieorgia, were at the war depart
luent to day and olfered the Atlanta ex
position buildings and grounds for quar
ters for troop'.
A I'euii.ylvanla Fire.
1'ittsburg, Aug. 211 A Ure at New Ken
sington, l'a , eighteen miles north of
here, this morning destroyed the opera
house, Manner's M,ck, Jacobins' block
and a iiiimtier of dwellings. Loss is
MII.KS-Ai.OKK I OKI ll( V Kits V.
Tha Kan.s.l lly s.ir War l'orrt.Miiileul
aianiU hy tha lutarvlew
Kansas City, Aug. 'Jli The Star this
af term un prints a three column dispatch
from J. T. V helpley, special war corres
pondent who has just returned from I'urto
It loo, bearing upon the Miles-Alger con
tioversy. VMielpley takeaoccaaiou to deny
tlie statement tliat his recently published
Interview with ien. Miles, In which the
latter casts reflections upon the war
department, was not genuine. "1 feel
mull lent that Henenil Milt a will stand
by the Interview referred to," save
W helpley. "Mv talk with him was not
conlldeiitlal. I went to him aa a news
paper reporter, for the avowed ami ex
press purpose of securing an Interview.
There were no reservations frompublicu
tion In the conversation."
The interview published In the Star on
August 2: quoted tien. Miles in effect
as branding as false many statements
alleged to have been made by the re
A IKICTOit S FA TIC
Wauiltircd Away While lirniriil.il and
Hied lu a Hrlil.
San Antonio, Texus, Aug. 2'.i Dr. Fer
uuiidlo Meluny, a prominent physician
and professor of vaccination in the City
of Mexico, wandered away from his hotel
lu this city yesterday while sullTing
from sudden dementia which developed
coming from Mexico, and being over
come by the heat diet in a field on a
farm east of this city. He was going
with Civil Kngineer Augino, his friend,
to attend the congress of astronomers at
Baltimore, Aug. 21'. Tha fortv-slxth
annual meeting of the American Phar
maceutical asstH'iation began lu this city
this moruing. and will continue during
the week. A Unit :no delegates from all
parts of the country are lu attendance.
James Champion, the milk man, la
Utte sick and couliiied to his bed.
H. 1'. Hall and family spent Runduv
at llarrch's place lu Coyote canyon.
till) HHILI S l,.r I I W DAYS -!
AVENVE, Albuquerque. N. M.
He Speaks Out Like a Patriotic,
Nearly Two Thousand Tatlents at
Soldiers Killed la a Wreck on tbc Louis
villi k lUsbvlllc Railroad.
PIATB Mt tWITZIILARD t MOUBTAIMS.
New York, Aug. 211. Tha World aays:
"The American people are aglow with
pat'totic fervor and ntniiHt cnlmnesa is
HHCessary In considering our future
ronrse." said I lilted -lutes Senator Cosli
man K. iMvis.hefora leaving this city for
rns nonie to iirepare tor the journey it
I'arla as one of the Qve Commissioners to
arrange final Ptiiis of peace between the
I lilted statea and Spalu.
' Kvenls made us one of the great pw
era of tha (-Kith," he ronlinuetl. "and
whatever we may have desired ourselve
heretofore, destiny forced upon us the re
sponsibilities we must recogniz and
accept. We become a potent factor In
trie worm a progress.. A greater naval
and military power we are already. We
are not at Mug enough vet, hut not an
hour must be lost In equipping ourselves
to cope with any emergeucy that may
confront us. We must have a large reg
ular army ready at call in the future,
we have as gtssl a navy as any nation on
the earth. Hereafter our power must be
felt on the t'acillc ocean. China lathe
coveted part of Hie earth's surface to-day,
but who could have predicted six months
ago mat Kussla, (iermatiy or Japan
would not have coveted a foothold on the
North American continent. We must po
lice the 1'aeiilc ocean. La coat has been
our vulnerable point. I am on record as
favoring the retention of the territory
acquired by the splendid victories of our
arms, hut mv remarks have nothing lo
tin with the (illlcial duties I shall under-
fake as commissioner to the congress In
I'aris. What that body will or will not
do 1 would not predict If I could."
Awlul fala or TourUt.
Berne, Switzerland. Aug. 2i. Dr. John
Hopklnsoii, the Kngltsh electrical en
gineer, his son and two daughters, have
leen killed while ascending Dent's di
visln, in Canton of Vulals, the mountains
uf which are among tl.e highest In Ku
rope and exposed to furious torrents and
avalanches. The party had gone ou the
perilous trip without guide.
MANY Mll.lllkHM MLK.
Thar ara I.IIOO I'atlriiln In tha lluapltal
at (imp WlkolT.
New York, Aug. 2it. To-day's arrivals
at Camp W ikolt Includes the First bat
talion of the District or Columbia volun
teers, one battalion of t utted States en
gineers, attached to the Fifth arm corps,
lour trooiHi of ties hoyond wuirr, the
men who operated the ballo na lu Santl
ago and ninety-live men of tha Thirty
third Michigan. These debarked from
toe Culled Slates transport Miunewaska,
which lelt Santiago da Cuba ou August
There were forty-nine hospital cases
on board the transport, typhoid and dys
entery being prevailing diseases. Pri
vate liohlniau, of company M, District of
Columbia volunteers, died on the passage
There are l.GoO patients In the general
hospital at Camp VMkolI, HQ with ty
phoid. This is a decrease. Tha deaths
reported to-day are: Wni. Hohle, Second
artillery; Timothy Donovan, Second
artillery, from malarial fever, and
Frederick Miller, Twenty-first to
tality, dysentery. There are 6:i
men in detention at the hospital.
I(y to morrow the hospital will accom
modata 7.VI more patients. There are
)ii alck soldiers still sleeping on the
tliMir. These will lie put on cots in the
new wing to-morrow. The force of
nurses has beu IncreiHetl to seventy
seven. There are forty Sisters of Charity
administering to the sick.
C'olll.liin lu Oklahoma. ,
Wichita, Kas., Aug. iKi-Three miles
east of Aha. Oklahoma, yesterday after
noon a collision occured between a west
bound working traiu and an east bound
passenger train of the Pan Handle branch
of the Santa F. Klghleen or twenty
people wi re injured, none seriously.
TWO Htll.DIKHS Kill. Kit,
In a k on tha l.oul.vllls a, Naahvlll
Itallrtiail l.at Nlijlil.
HlriiilnKbam. Ala., Aug. 21. The fol
lowing Is the tutal death list from last
night's accident on the Louisville ,V
Nashville railroad, iu which a train bear
ing six companies of the Sixth New York
regiment was wrecked: Private Potter
Farley and iiiarteriiiaster Sergeant
Frank tilenuari. both of company M.
Sergeant J. J. Maiming, of company K is
Hollering from a compound fracture of
the spine and Is expected to die. None
others are thought to be seriously hurt,
although there are twenty live privates
at the hospitul.
Trotipa Mmtlcrrd Out.
Washington, Aug. 2'.' The following
troops were mtlterd out: Ninth Ma
fhiimt-tts. Seventh Illinois, First Illinois,
Firth Illinois, Sixty tilth New York,
Fifth Ohio Infantry, First Wisconsin.
Third I'nlted Slates volunteer cavalry,
liingby's,) and the Fourth 'lexas.
I'liMKnr or ioo
rather of Flr.t A uiarlt-au hallur Hilled lu
Ilia War Itmuriiiharad.
F'remont. Ohio, Aug. a.). John Meek,
father of deorge H. Meek, who was
killed ou the torpedo boat Wluelow at
Cardenas, May 11, has received a lettei
from the charge d allalrs of the republic
of Cuba, enclosing a check for tlnn do
hated by a ( libau III Mexico to be given
to the nearest relative of the llrst Amer
ican sailor killed iu the war for Cuba.
f A I LIKE or IIAKVKsTs.
Ciun. DLtre.a In iMivrn llUlrlt-la or Ilia
I aar't KIiihiIihii.
St. Petersburg, Aug 2'.i. tiwlng lo the
failure of the harvests iu seven districts,
the government of Kazan ami provinces
of Samaria, saralolt. Mibirik, Ylatka and
IVrma, where the crops are almost worth
less and even the landed gentry are be
ginning to ask the government for relief,
j the government is adopting inea-ures to
j relieve the auflerers. The distress Is be
ifomlngmore acute dally 1 lie pea-ants
I are denuding cottages in feed the stock
t attle and horses are djilig in great
I 'apt. Mil I una Coining.
I Hon. Solomon Luna and wife, whu were
I at the territorial capital yesterday, came
j In frmu the imrth last night and contin
ued on to Lis Luiias this morning, ( aid.
tf u h I ...... .,f '!'... .n L HU I'll..-. I,
J Antonio, Texas, and h, with hise-tim-
aide wife, Is exseted at Los I, tin as eiiht r
this or to mm row evening. After re
maining a day at I.oa Luiias, the Captnin
will visit this city, and our people flight
lo tender him a reception.
Hr OOTI.1 IIINs III XAKl:l Or r
atrlkanrthe Ftnplnyra of tha Amrrlran
Wlraand Strrl I'nmpiny t'ontlnues,
Cleveland. O. Aug. J'.i All negotiations
oetween the Am-rlc .n W ire ami Meet Co,
and tha stt-ikliig employe--, having been
dclre1 ( ff . the strllers again have taken
i p tha bailie and say t!iy will fight t.)
th bitter rod Five hundred strikeis
h ive mounted tunrd around the c inpuny
plants In rut 'litl"ii t f an nttemid t"
i nmggle In a l.lltlonal emtiloyes. Kil'Ii
w irkinvi 1 it irc.mt I was a ke.l iniir
aa) frcm the w .rk-. No threats and
no violence were o(Trc l. All the ma
e'llnUts and b.b irers and nearly all the
li.indy" in-o snd firemen are to remain
wuh the strikers. It was claimed early
HI trie il it ry Hie tr ikrs tti it l.ilmeii
hail bsen kept from going to work.
t'hlract. Stork Markat.
Chicago, Aug 27 Cuttle- llecoipla.
i.nsineao; grr.rraliy incepts lower
Heevea, l4.Hii-.ri 10; cows and helfera.
f i.iH'itt so; lexas steers, 4 8''
westerns, :t iV'm t ill; atockers and ftel
r, t lii.tt 40.
She.'p-Hec.'ii.ts, 17,("; m tlkt grssl,
steady, others weak.
Natives, S2or4.S; westerns. 350i
i on; iambs, f ;i.7.in.i(i.
Chltao Orala Marfcrt.
Clilcago, Aug. 2. W hrat-August,
I''ac; Sept.. tU'.ftc.
i tirn Aufrust, :tm-j Sept., :i:to'Bc.
OaU August, lti'c; Sept., Ii'8c
Knnah Kldara ltava.
sergent Mierman and Private Albers
If ft last night for Fort lxgan, near lNn
ver, to la mustered out of the eervlce.
They paid their railroad fare. Sergeant
rmlJo was going on the late train to
the same place, but owl ug to the fact
that the train from the west waa delated
by a wash ut and did not get lu iast
night, he was obliged to remain over un
til lo-flay. This morning he received
through the mall a railroad p iss to Fort
Thomas, Kentucky, and return. Similar
nasses were sent to the other Hough
Ktders also, ami If I hey had waited one
day longer they would not have Incur
red the eipenati of Imylng a railroad
ticket to Denver
Sergeant Armljo will leave for Fort
Thomas this evening,
A Hay-rark farty.
The following vounir nc.id ci. moisted
hay-rack moonlight party last Satur day
nigni: metiers, r.ii.uwcn, Kmlerlck Stover,
Italph Hunt, Herbert Hrocks. Thna.
I'rumpacker and Claude W Ingo; Ml"es
Vaide linnt, Jessie Tyler, (iertrude
Killings, Ionise Saint, Lou Ilazledlne
ami May Huckley. Mlsa Margarett Ie
uid Mra. Harrv Lee acted aa chanernnes
ft r the party.
A lllg Waahonl.
The train from the west, which sir old
have arrived here at 10:'i6 lust night. Is
twenty-eight hours late and is now due
here at it o'clock to-morrow morning
I lia delay waa caused by five miles or
fck l.aIiiR washed out on the other side
if Peach Springs.
A MAVAJO KILI.INO.
In a Oaueral How a II on k waa Killed at
Sheriff Hubbell this afternoon received
a telegram from K. Wlllmunder. his
It puty at lialliin, stating tl at there ha I
b en a Navajo killing at Maiiuelit i, an I
asking If he should go down there. I be
sheriff telegraphed him to go and at the
-ame time at nt u dispatch t itheagnit
at Manuelito asking him tor the particu
Sheriff Hubbell late this afternoon re
celved the following telegram from Mr.
farr, the agent at Manuelito, irivlnir a
few facts concerning the killing:
i nave no particulars. There was a
quarrel Saturday night. In which one In-
nan Killed the other. Several nartles of
Indians are after the murderer. It Is not
known yet whether he Is captured. 1
think the Indian police will catch him
and take him to the agency at Fort De-
Secretary Crawford to-day received a
telegram from J. A. Mdy, saying thai a
laige agricultural and horticultural ex
hibit would be sent from the Sacramento
and Tularnsa district to the territorial
fair, and Inquiring how much epace
would be allotted them.
The funeral of Mra. Clara Bnmmervllle
the wire of Conductor T. K Summerville,
iMViirred at U o'clock yesterday morning
from tha church of the Immaculate Con
ception. A large number of the frloiids
of the family attended the funeral.
(iwen Dlnsdala will again commence
ervlng regular dinners at the Kicu Cafe
on Hepteuiiwr I. A grand opening din
ner will Is) served on that day.
C. llartmaii, the baker at llallinir Ilros.'
bakery, will leave for California to ulght,
win-re be Is called by the sickneeaof Ills
Isaac (iranholm and Olga Matson were
united In marriage by Rev. T. A Hen
Irat last Saturday night.
NOW FOR SCHOOL.
We axe prcpirtd to ho trw ichool chiMrn and qjot th following frutu
Thee shoes are new stock and
Bring your Repairing to us.
GEO. C. CAINSLEY
MAIL, OK UK MM talVKV
. . o . . . .
SCCClal.. S r alreaey
ever displayed in our
now until October 1st
in stoc absolutely
y have the money to
' actly half regular price. Come and get them.
H. E. FOX,
He Is a "Rondi Rider" and Is
SniTsriDg From Melancholia.
The Ruler of the Rnsslas Desires
Presljfnt tkKloicy tnd Senator Banna
Will fleet at tlcvclind.
TBI TlftttABlI fori 1ITT1I.
N. w inrk, Aug. lh.- Private Stephen
Ksston, of I ro.ip K. First vuluntwr cav
alrv, was landed t tinvernor's Island,
suffering from melancholia, he having
lost his voice and hearing as a result ot
fever contracted fa fore leaving j- Biitlairo.
During the trip to ihis city his attempt..
io eini ins in,, iwcallte so trrquelit that It
was nece - lary to have a gna'tl watch him
night and day. FaMon enlisted in the
"Hough ktderB" from New Mexico. Hr
is ol Mexican desentj
to Hoosrcvn.T's hospital.
New York, Ang 2li Andrew Hrown,
aerome waiters and Iteorgs Cruerus, of
the First yolunteer cavalry, have been
taken lo Ktsieevell's hospital in this city,
TIIK t. Alf FLA It.
Ma I'mpoaaa a luul.r.nr. (or Paara
Am .ng all Ssttona
St. Petersburg. Aug 2i-lly order of
Kuiperor Nicholas, Count Muravleff. for
sign minister, on tlie aitli Inst, handed to
(lie foreign dlploiutts at St. Petersburg,
a note declailng the maintenance tf
peace and the retlm-tluu of excta.lveariu-
iiiamentN, which Is now ciusliiug all ua
ttotis, as the Ideal for wtrcti ull govem-
enta ought to strive. 'I ho czar con
siders the present moment favorable tor
'he Inauguration of a m ivemeut looking
to this end and Invites the Dowers to
take part in au International conference
ut a means of thus insuring real
snd lasting pe ice and terminating the
progressive lucre? of armament.
WILL I'MOUCfK A HKNSATlON.
London, Ang. 211. The ciar's nroitfsl
'Ion for an international conference for
he purpose of securing a real and last
ng peace Is likely to produce a sensation
throughout Knrope, and la likely to have
important efT.cts. There la no doubt.
'Mill KusMaln the had. (iermanv. France
and OtlltT Latloua Wtil be ready to fv.1
MoKIM.KK Anl IIANNA.
fliej Will Meat Ksrh Oilier and Haal t'pal
t levaland, Ohio,
Cleveland, O.. Aug. 2U -Senator Haiina,
who has been otijoting a few weeks out
ng In the west, having goun by boat to
uululhand from thereto the Yellowstone
ark, will return t Cleveland on Thura
lav evening. Pre, dent MoKlnley who
111 airlvo lu ( Ic eland on Ttissday or
A'e ttiesday for a few dar'a rest at tha
lome of Col. Myron T. Horrlck, will. It Is
imierstood, he the guest of Senator Han-
iia lieforo hla departure from this
ON THE WAY TO OHIO.
Bnmarsiit, Penii., Aug. 211. The preal
lenti .. pa. '. consisting of the tiresldent
and ?.'cKlnley, Assistant Secretary
iiec"a H. Cortelvn and Maior Webb
llaes, lelt here on a special t ain at II
In. a i.r Johnstown, from where thev
111 continue the trip westward. Abuer
McKlnley aecompanleil the party to
lohtistown.aud may go to Canton.
Tha I'npa llettar.
New York. Aug. 211. A ilisnatch to the
World from lnidon saya: The Dally
News Home correspondent eava ha was
assured at the Vatican that tha pope has
iccovered from his Indisposition.
Gold Band Hsm.
Gold Band Breakfast B:co3.
Gold Band Cblp Beer
Gold Band Boiled Ham.
Huston Ileautles Mackerel,
New stock of Hrlck and American
We expect to-morrow Importel Swlsa
If you want to put up fruit use our
Helm ft Co. Pickling Vinegar.
e have 10 varieties of M wa and Java
Coffees, from 20 cent i to Do cents ner
(lur stiM-k of Groceries Is complete and
our prices the lowest.
The Jaffa Grocery Co.
lis SOI TM hlXtiSO STkliRT.
Children's Dongola Goat Shoes; Iac
and button, sizes II J-2 to 2, at $1.00
ame Shoes, sizes 8 1 2 to 1 1, at - - 80c.
Same Shoes, sizes 5 to 8, at - - - 65c.
Children' Kangaroo Calf Shoes,
1 1 1-2 to 2, at $1.25
Same Shots, sizes 8 1-2 to 1 1, at - $1.00
School Tablets given with every pair
will not go to pieces in a week.
KelUljle Shoe Draleta,
122 S. Second St.
(SKrCI I, ATTKVTIOi
preparing to put in the Iinest and
line of goods for the holidays
line in the territory, and from
we will close out many lines now
below cost, as we would rather
buy new goods. We otfer
Leading Jewelry Houm
itS i?t 'J '5 i:i J!l ''. ."!t ? !t iH i'.i
.- . ...
AN ECONOMICAL OPPORTUNITY!
One of our jr-oatest efforts w.isycr.)vniMl with nucccsi. We were fortunate enough to
nbtain ILFKLU HR()S.' ENTIRE WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT AT OUR
OWN PRICE. We intend to Rive the public the benefit of this Mammoth Purchase.
Don't huy anything elsewhere before examining Our Hig Bargains in every department
Everything in our establishment goes at FIRES ALE PRICES.
B. ILFELD & CO., Proprietors.
v i vJ v? vJ i!5 ' ' ! ! A
One Hundred Dozen Nediffee Shirts.
2S Cents Each, actual valuo 75 Cents.
Plaid, Chocks ami Stripes, latest Color Combinations.
Leon B. Stern 6l Co.,
220 RAILROAD AVENUE.
Fine Merchant Tailoring
FOR A SUIT TO ORDER
E. L.WASHBURN & CO.,
THE ONE PRICED CLOTHIERS.
For the FALL of 'yS JUST ARRIVED and comprise One Thousand Samples for Suits;
Two Hundred Samples for Overcoats; Five Hundred Samples for Trowsers;
One Hundred and Fifty Samples for Silk Vests.
j: The Try-Dn System!
tomer to try on.
All Paitcrni 10 and I Se
201 IUilroatl Avenu, Albuquerque,
Best Xlfjslatocl Store
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY!
All Grades stncl All Prices!
Up to the Finest California Blanket
Buy Now and Save Money.
AT THE ECONOMIST.
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It costs you nothing extra
We forward a careful
house in New York, then
cut and baisletl ami returned
tnents are then sent to the cutters
We have no misfits from this
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w , ,v e ,v v. ''
but a little time,
measure to our
the garments are
to us for the cus
with necessary alterations suir,
MAIL ORDERS i
Filled Same M
Day aa Received M
ji.a i.uim, . iii'p r, lilMlll tuners,
lett New York a few days ago for San