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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEI
AFTERNOON, AUGUST 31, 1890.
Locked-Oot White Miners Are
Hard Denies Reports of the
Eighth Ohio Infantry.
utM for Ban Juta to day on board tha
aleamar Baneoa Tha third mdiitor of
the eouimUftton, Maj (ion. John M.
Brooke, frilled 8tal army, la now in
The Republican! or Iowa Will Meet at
IT 41 T1H8 AMiaiCAl IT0E1U CUTtCt.
Pan, til., Ang. 31 Mora outside ra
luforetnienU for the lorkod-out white
minora hare have town arriving to day.
By to night, fully 8.000 ritra minora are
eipertod to be on tha scene. On the
other hand the operators tay they will
bar 300 more negroes here before the
rhwe of the week.
Sheriff Cob urn nan been hourly lncrean
In hie foree In autlulpatlon of trouble,
bringing deputies from Tajlorsvllle, the
county seat, sixteen mile dlxtint.
Sertoua encounter waa narrowly avert
ail between the loeked-out miner and
100 deputy sheriffs gnardlng the Ala
bama negroee, at Bprlng Side mine. The
trouble could not have been prevented
tad not the state and national officers of
United Mine Workers of America inter
fered, wiring district president. TV ni. Top
ham, to postpone action ontll after thle
niorntng, pending Investigation of the
Spring Hide mine which la alleged to be
dangerous, being operated without boa
an registered engineer.
At the time the meanage waa received
the miner were In a secret eeaalon In a
Urge gulch between the Illinois Central
railroad and the l'ana Coal company'
reaervolr near the uurih end of the city,
laying plana to march on the deputies
and negroes at Spring Side and forcibly
con.pelllug the negroee to leave.
Tim meeting waa prtwlled over by a
nrgio miner, named Dran. of Danville,
(inly by the moet persistent pleading and
reasoning by PreeldentTopham aud other
leader that the miner were prevented
from marching to the shaft.
The meeting waa attended by fully
l.tK'O uiluer. the only light being the
moon, and with guard and picket do
ing duty to keep out all cave uulou
mine worker. It waa poiuted out that
the deputlea at the Spring Side mine were
armed with Spriuglleld and Winchester
rlUi-e, and there were only two VVtuchea-
tcrs and a few nhot gnu In the miner'
e-owd. All iiii-u, however, are armed
w tb revolvers.
atfirtn Along Inn CmmI
Atlanta, )., Aug 31. The storm
which awept up the Atlantic coast lat
night bn Interrupted near the ocean,
and the extent of the damage la uot yet
known. The only p'a?es reached by wire
are Charleston, 8. C, and Jacksonville,
V No new of the extent of the turin
Iihi yet rta;hed this city from any point
Tha Monitors Hm Sall.d.
Washington, Aug. 81. The navy de
partment has received a cablegram from
I'once, Porto Klco. announcing that the
Puritan, A r phitrite, Hannibal, Terror
and Montgomery sailed from Ponce thl
morning, to go to Newport, R. I.
aha la l Year Olri.
Amti'rdam, Aug. 31. Solemn thanks
giving service were held to day In all
churches throughout Holland, npon the
occasion of Queen Wllhemiua attaining
ift.LL.uw rt.H cAsaa.
Tha lrrarirl Dlaaaaa H.pnrtaa at Taylor,
Birmingham, Ala., Aug. SI. Official
of the Postal Telegraph company at thl
point received a message from their oQlce
at Holly Springs, Miss., giving informa
tion that four cases of yellow fever bad
been declared at Taylor, Misa forty mile
nuth of Holly Spring. Taylor la a
couple of hundred mile from the coast.
Daalh oi Transport.
New York, Aug, 31. There were four
teen death on board the transport' All'
gheny. conveying the Ninth Masachu
S'tts volunteer from Santiago to Moo
tnuk point. On tha Panther one d eatb.
ACCUSATION tr kTAMVIMU
Of tha fclghlb Ohio Infantry Vahruieutljr
jfaler. Ohio, Aug. 31. Col. C. V
Hard, of the Kighth Ohio volunteer lo
fu itry, wired from Muntauk Point a de
nial of the accusation of starving the
Kighth while on It way home from
Cuba. He says the published stories of
tarvatlen on the transport Muhawk are
fa'se. and call attention to the fact that
thrre day' unused ration were left on
board the ship, aud the percentage of
eii'knee aud death was less than that of
any regiment lu Cuba. The Kighth Ohio
hid 214 alck on arrival at Moutauk
HM'OKT X AIOr RATKD.
Tl.a aiaa-vlaf Auiarlraue Wall Supltd
Ottawa, Ont., Aug. 81. A report ha
been published In many t'nited State
newspapers recently that some b.OOO
Americans were starving ou the Teslln
trail, between Telegraph creek and Tes
lln luke. The t'nited State government
asked the Canadian government to in
vestigate the matter, and a report has
b-en ri reived, savin it that only 1,500 peo
ple altogether are on the trail aud they
ar well supplied with provision.
IOWA KH'l III. M ANS.
Thajr Will Maat In Convanllun at
liubuque, Iowa, Aug. .'11 The repute.
liciiu state convention meet at 11
oVIocIl t morrow morning. Congress
in hi I.iicey is to be temporary chairman
and bis speech Is expected to sound the
key note. The general opinion I that
8'ttiutor (iear is to be chairman of the
platform committee, and he and Senator
Allison Is to frame that portion of the
reoluiion referring to national affairs
stating the admliil.tratlou'e idea with
coiisldeiable degree of authoritv, ts
I ('dally lu matters concerning the con
duct of the war aud deposition of Con
To Havana Trarta.
Savannah, (ia., Aug. 31. The Plant
a'.eiiuiship lineu will resume service for
Havana next week and the first boat to
make the trip since war was declared Is
to be the steamship Mascotte, which will
leave Port Tampa ou Muudny.
Voauvtus at Hoaton.
Boston, Aug. 31 The dynamite
cruiser, Vesuvius, arrived here to-day.
SMI ON THE COAST.
The Coast of Georgia Swept by
- - a Terriflc Gale.
Gen. Garcia No Longer in
mand of Cohans.
The Hospital Ship Olivette Mystcrioatly
Goes to tbe Bottom
L. 8. Bell ha received a letter from hi
son, Johnny Bell, at Camp Wlkoff, and
the latter give the Information that the
Albiimieniiie ''Hough Riders" who were
In the hospitals, are about all well, and
will soon be mustered out, after which
they will leave for this city.
Sergeant Sherman I still In the city.
while Sergeant Armljo and Private Alber
have reached Kt. Thomas and Kt. Logan
Lieutenant Maxwell Kejes, of the
Itongh Ktders," has been promoted to be
first lieutenant and appointed regimental
adjutant of the regiment by Colonel
Captain W. U. H. Llewellyn baa bad
yellow fever aud a severe attack of mala
rial fover. He 1 very weak, but U Im
proving at the Presbyterian hospital In
New York City.
Lieutenant Sherrard Coleman, of the
"Rough Riders" from Santa Ke, has been
promoted to bs Qrst lleuteuaut aud
regimental quartermaster by Colon!
Kno;v?!? cjuiinanJliiif tn regiment.
Capt. Max Luna, of Troop K, I ex
pected In the city in a few days. It 1
reported that be reached Los Lunas last
POLICE COI' KT NS.WS.
Juallra Crawford lluoe of Savaral Patty
Justice Crawford trausacted consider
able i usinees in the police court thl
morning, Rafael Sedllla, who had been
uot i tied to abate a nuisance lu the form
of a pig pen at bis place, failed to comply
with llie notice ami was brought before
the court thl morning to answer for bis
dereliction. He was fined .", which he
paid. There are a number of other par
lies who are ollending In a manner
somewhat similar to Sedilla and unless
they mend their ways very promptly they
win be given me luestiuiable prlvelege
of contributing some of their shekels to
the exchequer or the city. The police
mean business aud a word to the wise i
One individual by the name of ('has.
Reeden was very persistent iu hi efforts
to raise some fund by begging ou the
streets Mil morning. W henever hi re
quest for a douatlou were refused he lie
came Insulting end threatened to do dire
things to the men who refused him if he
ever caught them lu his own stamping
ground in Cripple Creek. Ill high-hand-ed
career a a beggar on the street of
Albuquerque was cut short by Marshal
McMlllln who arrested him and brought
him before Justice Crawford with the re
sult that for the next fifteen day be will
appear in the humble capacity of a mem
ber of Rossi' street gang.
Two ordinary vags were given five day
apiece on the street gang and a party
who had been indulging too freely In
strong drink was mails to contributed
t ) the city funds.
llrlt riKST AN.NlVr.HNAKY.
rtlSlDIKT WILL Villi CAMP WIEOFP.
Atlanta, 6a Aug. 81. The Journal
ha the following dispatch from Savan
nah, (ia, sent from that city at H:30
o'clock thi morning and put on the wire
at Milton: Since 11 o'clock last ulght
ontll 8 o'clock thl morning. Savannah
bus been In the teeth of a seething gale.
The wind ha blown from forty to sev
enty five mile per bonr and there had
been gust when tha maximum speed
was exceeded. As far as learned no live
were lost In the city.
Adjoining Islands are to be heard from.
Comiunnlratlon with Tybee, Georgia's
seaside resort, cannot be bad at thl hour.
There are about t-Vl people at Tybee,
many of whom are Vnlted State troops,
volunteer and regular.
Savannah presents a terrible appear
ance. Hoof of booses are scattered
through the streets, and wlrei of tele
phone, telegraph, electric light aud street
cars make the streets Impassable for ve
hicles. Loss of property. $100,000. The
rlc crop wilt suffer especially.
Has Mm Rallavan of HUCammand l.y tha
New Yoik, Aug. 31 A dispatch to the
Herald from Santiago says: (Jen. Garcia
hag been relieved of hi command by Gen.
Gomel, acting under Instructions from
the provisional government. Thl Is
owing to the disapproval of his action
during the Shafter Incident and In view
of Garcia persona non grata tt the
American government. At the com
mencement of the war the Cuban officers
were ordered to put themselves under
orders of the American commander aud
the letter of Garcia to Shafter Is looked
npon as a breach of discipline. Gen.
Hodrlgues will succeed him.
Mnrphy. Mainstay, Adnni Andre .
Koliln, Team llloHeom. iiinga!n
Stentor, Kd. water, flHtxrrt. I
Charlie Reiff, Triixillo, Oicnro,
StniTord and fabrell. They h
been enterrd In the race meets a'
msnto and San Francisco.
Mra, Kuuiiuall Will Serve a Plna Olnuer
to Coiiiuiriiiorata It.
On Thursday next Mrs. Rummell will
have conducted the most popular dining
parlor lu Albuquerque fur just one
year, and she proposes to celebrate thai
event in a manner which will make the
fond memory of it live long in the recol
lectlous of her patrons and friends. Khe
will serve the Uneet dinner which the
culinary art Is capable of producing,
from 12 o'clock to 3 p. m on that day
All who have ever tried any of Mrs. Hum
mel I's cooking know that this means a
dinner which would taste delectHlde even
to the stomachs of the gists. Plenty of
everything will be prepared and a cor
dial luvitatiou I extended to all.
Sallad Pur Porto Klro
New York. Aug. 31. Admiral Schley
aud Gen. W. M. Gordon, t'nited States
oommissiouer to settle condition fcr
the Spanish evacuation of Purto Hico,
HmU to Omaha,
The round trip, good for thirty days,
costs 141.70. The round trip good to re
turn until November 15 costs $rti. Kor
further particular Inquire at the ticket
ofllce. W. B. Tktll, Agent.
Copper aud tin work. Whitney Co.
HOSPITAL atllP OI.IVKTTK.
It Mjatarlonaly Sank to tha Itottout af the
Ouawn Thle Mornlnf.
Kernandlua, Kla., Aug. 81. Tbe hos
pital ship. Olivette, which has been ly
ing near the quarantine station, through
some mysterious agency, sank thl morn
ing about 7:W o'clock. Aboard ths ship
wa the hospital corps of thirty five and
a crew of forty-fire persons, and all es
caped without Injury, but scanty at
tire. No one apparently kuows how the
HIC WILL VISIT CAMP WIKOPP,
Proaltlant McKIiiUj Will Personally la-
paet tha Sir Solillars.
Washington, Aug. 31. The following
dispatch was sent to General W heelir
Washington. Aug. 31. Commandant
at Camp Wlkoff, N. Y. The president
will pay your command an Informal
visit ou Saturday, accompanied by the
secretary of war.
Arrival at Monlauk Point With Sli-h
Sol.tlrra Prom Santiago. ,
New York, Aug. 31. The transport
Allegheny arrived at Montauk Polut to
day having on board BOO men of the
Ninth Massachusetts aud ths remainder
of the First Illinois men, who sailed from
Sautlago ou August 3-". The hospital
accommodations are still uuequal to the
demands, and last night 1A0 sick soldiers
were obliged to lie upon the bare H)or.
New York, Aug. 31. Money on call
nominally at 2'-,' per cent. Prime mer
cantile paper, S.dtKj per cent.
Uhlaaao Orala Markat.
Chicago, Aug. 31. Wheat August,
i)7 V. Sept., 03 VM:e.
Coru August, 3i i;V; Sept., 3o'.p.
Oats August, r.i c; Sept., C.
Haek renin Alamo rtorno
W. 11 Jnne and Matt. Chalk n to : t
l-t night from Alamo Gordo, fo- v. ii'i-:,
place they le't abnit two week ; wi":
the expectation of getting some c h.im- -elther
on the railroad that Is betnr e..i,
etructed there or to put np nev) - i
ings In the tn of Alamo Hord
were disappointed In their hopes m- i.. .,
Is very Utile) hull ling going on I r at
present and the cintracta on the M I- -had
all ho-n let. 1 here may be i ... . -i
abl work to do there in th" fu! m
at present men ltklng for w ., k .
better stay awa the sill pl of e ..t ;
I more than enough to aatisfv '
maud and Ilia wages pnld are sin . .
Waatora I ninn Chanva.
K T Moore, the manager of tl - v
ern Union 1 eh graph company o n
city, has reigne1 and will I. '
evening ti r Los Angeli , where .
take a three month' vacatlou at i.,' - i
Orsnt Llfe,f rmerly the Westei m l i...;
operator at Hiawatha. Kas , ha I. i ;
pointed successor to Mr. Moore ai-dw--to
have asenmed the duties rf t
lion to-morrow, but will be una ic to
soon account of Illness. Intl. h a;
rlves J. W. Brooks, manager for 'be i m
pany at Kl Paso, will act as day op-rad
KOMANCM Kl IIILI Kill)-.)
Marrlasa r W. I. Mltoboll Ml II. r
aot Iraalarad II
The marriage which the La U-r. w
Optie announced was to take plmv
between W . I. Mitchell, the clerl S the
general delivery window at the pn.u.trn-e
In this city, and Miss Helen V. IViz c.
i been declared off by the mutu -in
sent of the parties. The Romeo iu bis
case met his Juliet at one of the summer
resort near Las V'egaa In the nlra-tant
month of June and after a
short but romantic courtship
of two month! they becimt
engaged. W hen Mr. Mitchell can hi r j
to accept a position In the postoUl(e, tha
murrlage was postponed and In a short
time there came a change over ths feel
ings of both parties. Juliet couldn't see
how they were to get along on a salary
of (73 per month when she had been ac
customed to spend that much herself.
and Romeo promptly seconded her mo
tion to dec'are the match (IT, and thns
the romance cams to a rude but realistic
Ml Uenog Is a native of Cuba, but
was educated at a convent In N w York.
She spent three day In thU city last
week accompanied by L. L. Lyon, a trav
eling man of Denver, whom she Intro
duced as ber guardian. They left for
California Sunday ulght.
Mr. Mitchell Is atnlu heait wboi'e and
fancy free, and will be more popular
than ever with th fair sex of Albuquer
We, the undersigned grocers, hereby
sgree to close our respective places of
business every evening excepting Satur
days, Santa Ke Pacific pay days and
Christinas week, at 0 p. m till March I,
The Jaffa Grocery company, I). Weiller
& Co., A J. Maloy, J. S. Bell A Co., K. H.
Pratt & Co.. Kd. Clouthier. J. A. Sklnuer.
The above Is to take effect Kfiitember
There will be a regular communication
if Temple Lodge. No. t). A. K. and A. M..
at Masonic hall to-morrow evening at H
o'clock sharp. Work lu the K. A degree
H'isiiieHs of importance. All members
requested to attend. Vlsl'lng brethren
luvited. By order of the W. M.
('. W. Mkhi.kk, Secretary.
ii '.. BATfLESIIIPd
ii.iard of Experts Ont for
a Big Navy.
"..! . l S'ltes Prizes, Miguel Jorer
! tv: t a illn, Leave New York.
I; i vra ard Officers Mutt Leave
Ct KIRtCCKY I01DIIIS.
Chleaga Block Markat,
Chicago, Aug. 31. Cattle Receipts,
Hi,iH)iead. Market, steady to 10 cents
Beeves, i.0Oi (5 IW; cows and heifers,
tl0ot4 SO; Texas steers, :13o4ei i;
westerns, (3 Cij-ai r5; stockers aud feed
Sheep Receipts, 15,000 head. Market
steady to weaker.
Natives, t'J.SHiitl.tlO; westerns. 3.5i (cj
4.rj0; lamlM, $:i.76tiUO.
Kanaaa Clly Markat.
Kansas City, Aug. 31. Cattle He
celpls, 11,(XMJ head. Market, 10 cents
Native steers, f:i.'.a ' .' . 10; Texas steers,
:l.oiMl tr; Texas cows, tlii'aVib; na
tive con aud heifers, JooMl5ii;
stocx rs and feeders, :i 30 jo. 15; bulls,
Sheep -Recilpts, 'S, head. Market,
Lambs, 1.7r,.i5tiO; muttons, :t.0i
Tli ucca oi our Special Etrgainj in Watch but week induces
ui to oiler another. e have jutt received a tupply oi rull Jeweled
IIS Jewel i Nickeled Movements, absolutely accurate timekeepers.
W" have filled thcae in Warranted Gold hilled r 1 . .A O O O
Caaes and oiler them complete (or tK I 1
Only a down of them on hand. V"y
r-W. altar LAlllliS' WATCHtiS al KI:I)ICI.U I'HICI S lor a I t l)AV
Covered J 'Uy g lapses, per di a . . .
A neat water glass, per dot
lrMMit a.n.1 until ltImummm. mhi-Ii 1
La iluelle chimneys Mo and 15c
. Vii , Aug. 81. A special to the
. tita Washington says: The
t .) I of rxierts unle speclflra-.i.i-i
Secretary Long lia?e unanl
" rmed their action In ted.ru-
i-i. he comprelienslve pngram
n.H apeedy constrnctlon of fifteen
sai outlined two week ago and
'I IV various bureau of the navy
trv.t to proceed forthwith with
Tut.' ii of actual plum for the
construction and prt J ct
mn'i ttaken In a single period
tb t'nited States. The
i ' or g!aui provide for fifteen ves
t of l.lch six are to be heavily arm
.. -t !! at'le fighting ships, lx small
'l '-rulsers, and three midway be
v -. tl ' extreme Three battleship
.o '-"e.i 18,000 tous displacement mlnl
ti ii t ei. stores and coal aboard, IH
ti l)-re first class armored cruisers,
III'", V knots speed and coal en
I'lrrttnw, dree semi armored and pro
. e'il en . . id class cruisers, aud six HI
V'i J, . .;'. -ted cruisers, 2.5H0 tons, all
itl 1 1 aheathed with oak and cop
pr, to make thtiu comparatively Inde
pent of dry docks.
ri.viNi i-.tiisii riAo.
Tw . Caplnrad I nllad Stales Prlara Laava
New York. Aug 31. Two steamships
Dying the Spanish tisg sailed from Il ls
port today. They were former United
Slates prtx- Miguel Jover and Catallua.
The Utter was captured by the gnnboat
U lrolt, aud tlie Jover was taken by the
Helena. The Washington authorltle
decided tbe steamers should not bar
An all-brass padlock lfc
Maii Med axes 75e
Plumb levels 40c
There was a rumor on the street this
afternoon that Kd. Reeder'a condition
was alarming. TliR Citi.kn Is pleased
to announce that this rumor is entirely
rroneoUH, and that Mr. Boeder is Im
proving rapldlv, .
H. J. McCracken and wife, folks from
Pittsburg, Penn., have taken a room at
the Grand Central.
Mrs Mabel Hliuoe will return to Albu
querque Octolier 1 aud organize a class
TO PACE THat COHTKS.
Admiral Carrara and Hla Offlaar to
Laava for Spain.
Annapolis, Md , Aug. 81 Order have
been received here from tbe president
directing Admiral Cervera to make ar
rangements to proceed with his officers
4 m &rk : Btalu Immediately, in
accordance with Instructions Issued by
me cpanisn minister or mariue.
KPSITI'tKT SICK SOl.lllr.KS.
rav. Hi-.ilUy Aaka to rtrinova Tham
Kr'.a'.fort, Ky., Aug. 81 Governor
Bradley wired Secretary Alger, asking
l-vae to bring the Kentucky sick soldiers
ivl I'hlckauiauga back to their homes, the
state to equip a special train for that
purpose. The state has no money avail
able for this purpose, but Governor Hlad
ly declared his intention of borrowing
Hitllcleut money ou behalf of the state to
Gold Band Ham.
Gold Band Bfrlfast Bacon.
Gold Band Chip Beef.
Gold Band Boiled Ham.
Boeton Beauties Mackerel.
New stock of Brick and American
We expect to-morrow Iinport1 Bwles
If you want to put up fruits nse our
llelnx A Co. Pickling Vinegar.
We have 10 varieties of Mca and Java
Coffees, from 20 ceuti to 60 cent per
Our stock of Groceries Is complete and
our prices the lowest.
The Jaffa Grocery Co.
if SOUTH SIXOM) STWIiHT.
NOW FOR SCHOOL.
We are prepared to ho the actioo! children and quote the fullowing prueal
Children'. Dongola Goat Shoes; lace
and button, size It 1-2 to 2, at-$1.00
?me Shoes, sizes 8 1-2 to II, at - - 60c.
Same Shoes, size 5 to 8, at - - - - 65c
Children' Kangaroo Calf Shoes,
sizes II t-2 to 2, at $1.25
Same Shoes, sizea 8 1-2 to 1 1, at - $1.00
School Tablets given with every pair
The--e hhofs are new stock, and will not go to pieces in a wetk...
Uring your Repairing to us.
Hi & vlS ?!S vf i2.1 ?v vJ i-i Hi vi 'i !Xe ? ?!5 rft ';J i t 5 -; -& !
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AN ECONOMICAL OPPORTUNITY!
One of our greatest efforts was crowned with success. We were fortunate enough to
obtain ILFMLD BROS.' ENTIRE WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT AT OUR
OWN PRICE. We intend to give the public the benefit of this Mammoth Purchase.
Don't buy anything elsewhere before examining Our Hig Bargains in every department'
Everything in our establishment goes ut FIRESALE PRICES.
B. ILFELD & CO., Proprietors.
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One Hundred Dozen Negligee Shirts.
25 Cents Each, actual valuo 75 Cents.
j Plaids, Checks and Stripes, latest Color Combinations.
Leon B. Stern & Co.,
j 220 RAILROAD AVENUE.
GEO. G. CAIHSLEY & GO.
Hellahle SIjiic Dralrra,
122 S. Second St.
All. llSIIICUa IKSJ 'HCS'lt. ATTKMTIOM
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SpCClall 8 Vv re lreay preparing; to put in the tmest and
v v most comolete line or fronds tor the holidjvj
. M -
Laadinf Jeweler, RAILROAD AVENUE, Albuquerque, N. M.
Htiiii. aat lluiaa.
Two i-arloaits of fast rnnnliiK Imrstsi on
tlinir way fnuu Ht. l.unls to rtunrainento
wsrw nnlnailHil In this i-tly liu-t li'Klit,
ami ar rsstiiiK at ths reil darn tn ilav
Tli-y ars ownsit by II. L. Jonxs, K VS.
KuKK anil J. H VVtavsr, of hi. Iaiiiis.
A iiii.ii hT tli Wit kuown rawrs in tlis
tliKHtriuir ara riilver tiirl. IMnlieil, Kiss
m, llowlanil, Liust, Ca(ix, Hiulle, fat
ever displayed in our line in the territory, and from
i now until October I st we will close out many lines now
in stock absolutely below cost, as we would rather
i have the money to buy new goods. We offer this
i week our entire line of BELTS and GIRDLES at cx-
actly half regular price. Come and get them.
Fine Merchant Tailoring
FOR A SUIT TO ORDER
E. L.WASHBURN & CO.,
THE ONE PRICED CLOTHIERS.
For the FALL of '9S JUST ARRIVED and comprise One Thousand Samples for Suits;
Two Hundred Samples for Overcoats; Five Hundred Samples forTrowsers;
One Hundred and Fifty Samples for Siik Vests.
I The Try-On System!
J tomer to try on. The garments are then
J gested. We have
It costs you nothing extra but a little time.
We forward a careful measure to our
house in New York, then the garmen'a are
cut anil baisted and returned to us for the cua
sent to the cutters with necessary alterations sul'-
We have no misfits from this system.
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Leading Jtwelry Huum ol
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20 1 Riilroail Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M
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FOR ONE WEEK ONLY!
If in Heed of Any Blankets Buy Now and Save Money! SED!0W
hM) pairs or 104 White Ardmore Cotton JHaukets, special - 50c.
20 pairs of4 04 (J rev Creed more " " " 50c.
zO pairs ot 104 1 an bomcrmoro
20 pairs 104 Mottled (irey Heavy Cotton Blankets,' "
20 pairs ol 114 Mottled Tan, wt. libs.
20 pairs 114 Peach Grey, wt. 51bs.
20 piiirs of 11-1 Apple White, wt. 51bs.
20 pairs of 104 Sitka (irey Wool, wt. 51b3 special
20 pairs of 104 Elite (irey, all wool, wt. libs, specia
15 pairs ot 114 hhte Urey, all Wool, wt. 51bs, special
A 1 above base heavy assorted colors, fancy borders, and are very much under tlu ir market value.
Rlnpb- QI 1 Lr- Qnnplol I 21 IiioIu-h wl.lf. llluck llna-ailml silk ami Satlu, all Silk ami NVw DtigiM
UlclLrv OUrV OpCLlcll J In hiubII ami lar flunri's.
Special This Week 58 Cents per Yard
Special Sale Only 10c. per Yard.
Ribbon Special I
AiiutliiT Int of .'ii ii ci-H h' silk (iron Kiuld
Satin KiIkh llililam, nuinhi'ii (ii ami '11.
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