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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMHICR 1, 109H.
The DreyfQSS Case Recalled by
an Important Arrest.
Lieut. Col. Henry Thrown Into Pri
son at Paris.
Bll Suicide Requeued tad Be Forthwith
Cuts Bll Own Throat.
1IGIWHIHO or A ZOLA T1CTOKT.
Paris, Aug. 31. The arrtwt of Men
Unant Colonel Henry rn the discover;
that he I the author of in Important
Inltor which figured in the Vtrytwm ch.
In one of the most npatl nil itavttlop
DienU In the whole of thin eit airrtlnarj
affulr. Colonel Henry hae ln ttirotifrh
out a champion of the armj attalimt
Colonel rirqnait, with whom he fought a
duel. Thle new development apptara to
alter the aepect of both the Uijtim and
Zila cane and to practically uulllfy the
evidence ot General Pellieui and Bole
1 ffre and the declarations of MluUter
of War M. Carlgnae. In the clumber of
d put lei. Ia fact, eotne people Mlwve
I at perhap the real turning point In
the DreyfuiM caee ha been rrai'hed and
th arreet of Colonel Henry will lead to a
revision ot the trial of the prisoner of
1) ril'a lulau 1.
CUT HIh THKOAT WITH A HVAOH.
Parle, Aug, 11. Lieutenant Colonel
Henry eomrultted enlclde by cutting hie
throat with a razor he had concealed in a
During the late Zola trial Henry ao
timed Colonel Plniuart ot falHtfylug tele
gram. A duel followed in which Henry
wa wouu led. The next ecene occurred
In the chamber of deputies, where Col
onel Picqtiart proclaim! the letter a ftit
gnry and, a a result, wti arreeted, while
Henry' villainy wae rowanl. d by being
appotnteit Colonel Pliquart'e eiiccoseor
In tia Intelligence depm tment. It le now
evident that Henry forged the letter with
the eipreee object of paralyzing Colonel
I'.ciuarl'e efTorte to eipoee Maj Knter
bury a id get a revlelou of tl.e UreUu-e
The eenne of I.letiterant Colonel
1 1 1 -1 r ) 'm avowal wait mint painful W'ien
b Ha It was aliuoet uselt-Hii to deny fur
ther lU tongue grew too llili It for hie
mouth and be wuh annul to eieak. It
wm feared le would have an appleitc
stroke. After hie arreet he wax er
nilttisl to visit hlit wife. He announced
that he wna tinder arreet. and ext'la'uieil:
"ily rotiHcli'iire le pure mi I free from
every KtlDg." Thle exc'a'iiatlon le much
commented upon an g lng to ehow he
niiiy jMieeibly have forged the letter un
der ordere from euperiure.
Wad HKylKSTKIi TO HL1CIUK.
I'aria. Sept. 1 -It le now ineinuated
thbt the euiclde ot Lieutenant Colonel
lleury, chief of intelligence department
of the French mlnlitry for war, wae
connived at by French army authorttie.
In any case, the euiclile occurred ehortly
after the primmer had revelwd a vlnit
from the oQlcer nf the general etuff, who.
on leaving, ordered the sentry on duty
before Colonel lienry'e place of fondue
merit not to dietnrb the prisoner a tie
had a lot of work to do.
It U recalled a Nlmilar oppor
tunity to commit eulcide wae
all ir'h d OreyfuM, who, howtver, decllued
to proQt by It.
It 1h generally believed that the rout of
the general Htnfl ot the Krench army will
follow the example of ften. Holmli'lTre,
chief of stuff, and Ueu. ionne, under
chief, and tender their rtwignatlona.
It apiwarw the milliliter f.ir war, M.
I'avlgiiac, le convinced that Colonel Hen
ry hail aci-ouiplicee In forgery In crim
liutlllig the document and there are
pemlxl. nt report that Colonel 1'aty du
CIhiu will ehnrtly be arreeteil.
In thle conuei tlon it le reported that
the minister of justice, U. Herri, n, liae
elrealy token elep to grant Dreyfuee a
Tlir l O A ST BTOKH.
Drownnil While Trylug la Hnh Micro
Thn lituiMK lluai.
HanauiiHli. (ia, Kept. 1. The eecond
m ite on the fiarihaltll, the Italian bark
Noe, as drowned here during etorm.
de w-ih lr)lng to reach theituure from the
b at, but wan blown from the life line.
All tralue are delayed by washout aud
t'mel cannot be resumed until lo
Nearly all the tente and clothing of the
giirrlt-o" at Tybee were blown into the
i i-iaii. All records are Joel and consid
erable ci iifuslou will result when pay
day conies for the muster out ordered.
'1 he damage to property In ami around
BavmitiHli le eetimated at MI,hio.
NATIONAL IKKIUATIO CONOKKia.
Nuw In bmIuo at f'hnynnnn An Import
Cheyenne, Wyo., Sept. I. Delegate to
the National Irrigation coiiirreNM continue
to come In, but the bulk of them will ar
rive thle afternoon aud to night. Indica
tions all point to a very successful meet
ing. It was learned thi morning that
a had washout on the Hauta Ke I'ltcillc
would delay California and New Mexico
and other delegations from the southwest
for one, perhaps two days.
Nevertlieleee the CuiigreaH wan called
to order by President J.M.Carey at
An Interesting addret-e of welcome wue
CTlvnn li tr flAvatnii, I) Inli a,.1 i whn l.rl ..(1
reviewed the agricultural history of the
state ai.d outlined the work which the
congrees miidit tuke up of epecial Inter
et to W joining.
KeHpoiie were made bv Mre
Ikau, of Arizona; Prof. Churchill end
Judge Kmory, if Kansai Allen and
liouglierty of Nehraslia; l'r. Voting, of
I ' an. ami r ieii, or I olorado.
Committee on pernmneiit nrirnnizH
tlnn and credential were appointed, one
from ech etate represented.
An encoureiiliig feature of the congreo
wan found in the presence ot all th oil!
r m, ax lollows:
Prix-llent J. M. Carey, of Wyoming
Secretary Krot, of Minnesota; AosistRiit
Necretary .Vf-I titchein and heading Clerk
A number nt Important paper were
rev) at afternoon ecs-dem, including the
add r cm by the president.
I'ror Mmllh Lsve.
Trot. J. Kverltt Hmlth, who made euch
an excellent record a principal of t'ie
high echool In till city hint year, will
leave to night for Alva, (ikluhoma, where
he hae been appointed a member of the
faculty of the territorial normal echool
in that city l'rof Smith' departure
from tins city will tie regretted by a
I 'rge number ot people hre and
especially by the students in the high
chool, who from their association wuh
him learned to ropect and love the man.
Ill many friends unite In wishing him
a eucceeeful a career In hi new Ueld ot
labor a it was in Alhmnergiie.
Interested nt Han I'rftro.
K. P. Srreltz. a wealthy hardware mer
chant of Kansas (.'Uy, spent yesterday
in tin city. tii" gtlst or Heorge U.
l.ainsley. Mr. Smelt has Invested con
'iderahle money In some mining proper
ties about three mile from hail Pedro,
ith which he Is greatly pleased. A
.I'Muhi r ol hn.lnees men in KaneaClty
are interested with hiiu I'l the enterprise
ami it is their intention to put In a
piaut at oncn and commence the work
ing of the oree.
Mr. Smidtz returned to Kansas City by
war of Colorado li-t nlghl and will com
plete nirangi'in'Mite for developing the
property at ouca.
Aire. KuminaU'a Qrst anulveraary din
iter, eerve I at her dining parlors to day,
v.asannal f.'ast. ilie niimlier of thoee
ho p.irio"k of it can be characterized
' nlv by the ai'jctive enormous. 'Hie
niiivereull expieeeed wish was that Mm.
Itiiuimi'H'e auiiiter."arien could come eev-
eral lime in every ilii'i ilnjs Instead of
niry once. I he paliii-hed report to the
ellect that to-ilay'e dinner would he "a A
meul for 1X cents" was uuaiilhorizeil and
"ill partially true, the price bring Ho
cents. From this on Mrs. Itumiii II will
serve h"r dinner i!uring the noon hours
Insteail ot In the evening a in the past.
At I'ul.llr Anrtlun.
Ill trout ot .M. P. Blaiiuu' store, on
Kirnt etreet, good from V. V. Kutrelle'H
warehouse, tune having expired for re
deeming same, on Saturday morning,
3eplemler .1, at 10 o clock, I will eel I,
wliho it reserve, to the hlgheet bidder, a
large lot of goods that have been stored,
consisting in part nf kitchen utensils, re
frigerators, cook etoves, eld. board, bed
r.xiin Hte, chair, desk, upholstered fur
niture, parlor eele, tiahy tel, wardrohe,
rrgun, two t run In and content. Que
phaeton, in met everything needed about
a uome. 11. . fc.NK.HT, Auctioneer.
IIIOT AT GALVHSTON.
A Lively Time Yesterday, bu
Everything Quiet To-Day.
Nitlonal Irrigation Congress In Ses
sion at Cheyenne.
Troops to Be Transferred and Mustered
Out as Soon as Potslhlc.
Odd milowl Motion,
Hegular meeting of Harmonr Imtge No
17, 1. O. U. K. to night at 8 d. ni. at our
nan on wmiii necomi street All mem
tier are request! to attteud. Visiting
brethren invited to attei.d. By order of
noble grand. w. cj. MoNTtoHT,
Vendere toda clase de mtieble de casa,
c nun tumbli n ntro articulo en venta
ptiblica. en la plataforma del almacen de
e Sennr M. P. stamm. el Hubado dla 3 de
H -pllembre, a lae die de la manana.
ii. H. KMi.ii r,
Covered jelly glasee. per doz ic
A ueat water Klaes, (a-r doz 4ic
lireen and gold glasses, each Iilc
l.a Haetie chimney lic and l.'ic
The funerul of Jamra Champion ye
terday afternoon was largely attended
The Vloodmeii of the World marched In a
body to hi lust resting place keeping
Mtep to the eoleuiu lunslo of a funeral
march played by the Klret Kegimenl
tialid. The null-bearers wern k I b'.iv
Joseph T. Johnston, J. W. Harding. Au-
irusi niein ami p. a. Hopping. Hev. K
Bennet ollldated and Senior I'ast Com
niander H. Kuppii read the funeral rites
of the Woodmen of the World. A quar
tet, composed of the Missea Kellogg and
Messrs. Nettlcton ami llurg sang some
A. K Bacns, the railroader and printer,
who 1 here taking a lay-off," find him
self o,uite a fiiitfeier these day. A few
day ago he called ou Hr Cornish to be
vaccinated, and the obliging railway
physician gave the arm of Mr. Hacus a
double diHe. In couseiUenee, the arm la
double it usual sue, aud with the Dwell
ing there I great pain. Hacua states
positively that he could now go among
the worst case of contagious disease
with perfect Impunity.
Mr. Lena Welae, of Martinez, Cab, i
visiting her brother in New Mexico.
She 1 at present Mopping with her
brother, Joseph Hi bo, of llemallllo. Mr
(1. Welse, daughter of Simon HI ho, of
Laguna, accompanied her from Califor
nia, after an absence of live yearn, and Is
with her parent at Laguna.
The Non-Sectarian Heuevoleut awaocla
tion ent Mrs. W. H. Juckmaii and her
little children to their relatives in La
Junta last niuht They were in destitute
circuuiHtancee, and came here from the
south a few day ago. Through the
kindly efforts of the eame association
Charle Anderson, a consumptive, was
sent to Kl Paso.
Let everybody remember the zolsi eon
cert to-night at the A. M. K. church.
Thl i the first one of the kind ever
given iu thl city, and will be a pleasant
treat to all who may aee lit to attend.
J. Allen, pastor.
T. K. Peters, who carries ou mining and
stuck raising on the Konito, in Lincoln
county, wa a passenger from the smith
au l 1 here to day, mingling with hi
The succeta of our Special Bargains in Tatchea last week induces
us to oiler another. t'e have jut received a supply of Kull Jeweled
(15 lewelsl Nickeled Movements, absolutely accurate timekeepers.
' have fitted these in Warranted Gold h tiled f-t a s- OO
Case and oiler Ihera complete for t)
Only a dojen of them on hand. J 1
V-W. orlar LADIHS' WATCMbS nt khlil Clil) HklCKS lor I'liW DAYS -
MISS W1HH1I DAVIS STIrTO.
Oalveeton, Tex, Aug. 31. A riot oc
eurred on the Mallory dock thle after
noon. Kecently the colored 'longshore
men organized laiKir union, and when
the steamer Colorado arrived yeeteroaj
me mauory people were informed th
they must employ union laborer and pay
uo aim mi ci out per nour lor nav am
night work. The tiu'ieaee wa refused
1 ester day l.oOo roloretl men congregate
al the wharf and bv moral suasion kepi
the regular Mallory 'longshoremen from
going to work. To day the Mallory com
pany eel an extra crew to work unload
lug the ship, and brought Home colored
laieirer iroru Houston. Woodshed oc
eurred wlieu an ellurt wa made to put
the Houston men to work. Mavor Klv
warned the crowd to keep back, and when
an advance wa made on the Houston
tiegroe Mayor Kly llred Ave shots Into
the crowd, wonnding two negroe who
were advancing. A little later the riot
era mane another advance, l hey were
warned hack. Then Mayor Kly gave the
oroer to Ure. there wa a terrible fuel
ade from each side for a minute, eonie nf
the negroe having revolver. Alter the
fiiHllnde the crowd scattered. The lire
department was called out to aid iu the
protection of the wharf uronertv. An
armed bodv of citizen organized. The
Houston men were put to work and the
Mallory boat 1 discharging. One white
man wa killed and at leant elx men In
jured. Namee are not yet obtainable.
KVKHYTH1NU (JI IKT T(I-1)AV.
81. Louis. Mo.. Sent. 1. A ei.eclal to
mo rosi ni-ipatcli rrom (.alveston, lexa
): Kvervlhing quiet there. The
Houston light guard arrived to-day and
wa placed on guard with a galling gun
near the Mallory line warehouse The
crowd giithred but It wa quickly dl
pereen wnnout much iroutde Ihe un
loading of the steamer Colorado le
progressing quietly. Outtde men are
employed in the work.
HI OS roil II tTI LKHllll-s.
They Wnrn Oucnnd this Mornluf by thn
Wafhington. Bent. 1. Kour Qrm ot
tered bid for the three new battleship
auuiorixa ny me last coneres. Thn low
est bid of each for any type of one vessel
i a roiiows: Newport New Ship Hulld
Ing company. Newimrt New. .. fl.-
MWK Cramrei, Philadelphia. 2,il50,.
mill: I rilon Iron Work. Han Kranclscn.
2.rl74.tMJO; Dlisbwue & Co 3ltl.lW0.
Many detail of jouetructiou will tigure
in me award.
To HnprMnnt In I'arlUnient.
Tuna Tnvn Hunt t - riu.ll 111,.1
former premier of the cape colony, ha
oeeu eiecieu u represent Ban X ley Vt eel
Ht Joseph. Mo., Sept. 1. State Senator
Arthur W. Brewster, of thi city, was
nominated ror con g res uy the republl
can convention at Kockport to-day.
arKHK.OIIKKKI) SI-ANISII TKOOI'S.
Tliey llnv ltarhnd Curunun avntnn
Deallis on Yoyngn
Cortilina, Spain. Sent. I. The Spanish
trunsMirt, Isle de Panay, from Santiago
ne i una, leaving mere about August ID.
arrived here with s detachmeht of
Hiirreuilered Spanish troop on board.
There were seventeen death during the
Hharier nt Montauk I'olnt.
New York. Sept.!. The transport Mex
ico, with (ioneral Shafter and etalT, ar
rived at Montauk to day.
Ml sl r.lll.Nll iii t.
TriM In IU Trsu.lerrn.l - Will Kuan Lan
Washington, Sept. I. The war depart
ment ha-i Issued order for the followlns
transfer ot triNip for the purpose of being
mustered out at ilestluat on: hirst Wis
consin, t) Camp Douglas, Wis.; Kifth
Ohio, to Columbiis; Kirst I nlteil States
lolunteer cavalrv, 'Kougn Kider. at
Montauk Point; Thirty third and Thirty
fourth Michigan, at Camp Katon, Island
Lake; hirst Connecticut, at Mantle.
('mi.; Klrst Illinois infantry, at Chi
cago; Kifth Iowa, at De Moines; Third
Virginia, at Richmond; Kirst Mississippi,
at Lauderdale Springs, Mis ; Second
Mississippi, alo at Lauderdale Springs.
TKIKIIKAftllU M AH KPT.
New York, Sept. 1. Copper, lis.
tllTnr and l4
New Tork. Sent. 1. Silver. DO. Lead
New York, Sept. 1. Monev on call
uomlnally at lil'l't l"r cent. Prime
mercantile paper, 4 'U I; i per ceut
Oh ! Uraln Mnrkct.
Chicago. Sept. 1. Wheat Sept ,ll'4
'. 'bc; Dec., tlL"BM,i',J'4c.
Com Sept., :iii c; Dec. 3 1 ire :i I e.
Oata-Hept., 'JUc; Dec.l'.i 8 Jic.
Ksiimu l-'lly Mnrknt.
Khiwss I'll. Ul.l I I'ulllu Uu.
oelptH, (,) heail. Market for best grade
steady; other low.
.Native steers, f t.l" r,.:t., ; Texa-i steers,
Id.liMl '; Texa cows. na
livu .HA. Mii.t liuirupu m itdi. . i r.r..
stoce rs and feeder, :i.J0'ij.j on; bulls,
. .Mm io.
Sheen Kecelliut. 2.1m) head. Market.
Lamb, t l.Ch'i.to.TS: mutton, tliimne
t'hltaKu htm-k Mnrknt.
Chicago, Sept. 1 Cattle Receipt.
Io.inhi head. Market steady for best)
other weak to lowr.
Iteeves. 4.iii.t5 li.'i; cow ami heifer,
'i.llol hii; Texas stocrs, .) ';
western, Jll ii'ici 1 lid; Hlocker and feed
ers, ,l.l";t oil.
Sheep -llecelpts, 12 (W)i) head. Market,
Weak to 111 cents lower.
Natives, J.! o,, (4.i;i; western. ii o()o
t oo; lambs, i:i.7it'i.i"
RAILROAD AVENUE, Albuquerque. N. M.
IN TIIKalolOt I.-.I KIIIIAV
l.lvulUNiit Moriran aud ale Kaular hil
(I lr llrowned HIV Tyl.
Savannah, (ia., Sept. 1. It 1 Just re
Mirted that Lieut. Morgan, of the l ulled
State engineer corps, was drowued off
Tybee, In the storm yesterday, wlCielx
remiiar soldier, lie went out In a y.il
to rescue the crew of an Italian I a k.
The yawl capsized and Morgan, with ibe
Mim Wlnnl lil lilr
Atlr.rita, fia , 8ept. I. A tei. gri.ni s
re.ivl In thl rl'y today from Nsrra
gnnseit pier, etatlnir that Mis i w lnnl
DivN, who wa rie-iilly operntnl on fi r
a pendlrltl", I ditng.
W.ishinnlon. Sept. 1. The war ileit-
m in nas iieni advised thst lien. , i;n,
d parted for this coun'ry I rum Piincs lo
iky on the transport Auckland.
ALIII yl I.H II a, ri.lHMARNKr
l.t N frlcernlnr Put InMrdrrn I n-
There l no (....utntioti wllii which the
(! :e of All LiUnue are better sails-
ii-i or in wiiic.i itit-y imiiui Willi n.oce
Co iin politail prid 1 th m thn Albi .jin.
cisu .vi n k t, or wnicli 4. J. l.amo la iio
I rletor. H.-.d lil-i tiiree bvdii.g ii, i c
laltle. II: h, u)- liis a:,, mhi.u , Mr
unlit) a eps in f.tek tie most vaireil
supply of choice fruit and vegolnhle
wen a me mosi ueu ctaiile of tnld dell
oacie. nit- marker, loo, hiwii pi-i,is
-in air of nei liow which glvini iu it en
attractive and inviting sppeuiai.ee.
ili at the hnusrk'pei ol the city ap
(ireclate tin's" fads 1 ehnwn bj A.r
l.anrb's O'liin.Usllv Incn using trade.
tie Hiaieti mat the tiusines.. il,.l,s in t.ie
.n inth of August just past nhowt a
marked lucrease over the same ni nlh
last year. Hut August 1 the duller!
month of the entire twelve In hi line
and the fait ami winter rannth nre by
tar the best. Judging from the Pust lie
ie certain of a rush from thl on and b
ha iiiadn every preparation to accom
nodate thl prospective lucrease la
John New lander, the caruenter. has
jtist completed and put In a large arid
handsome refrigerator at the the mar
ket, which 1 an ornament a well a a
thing of great utility. The refrigerator
ha a capacity for 2.mo Douiid nf tea at
one time and will keep evervthiiie lu
most excellent condition on hot day.
The rerrlger&tor I built upon the
latent end most Improved plan. It con
sist of three eeparate boxes to b" Used
for Htorlng llih, oyster ami poiiltiv re
spectively. Then there i a large loom
itlrely separated from these. Ill which
the generil table delicacies will he
placed. This Is an Improvement whi -Ii
the patron of the market will hiuhlv tn-
AMnntlon, Wheelmen I
All those who want to belo organize a
bicycle club be at HrockmelnV s.ore at M
clis'k rrlday eveuinir. Heutember 2
I he war cry "Large membership, sui .11
initiation fee. email muulhiy due a id
line road T'
J K. Cochran. noDUlar local rail
roader who enjoyed til vacetb a In
southern California, haa returned to th
city, accompanied by hi family. Mr.
Cochran called at Thk Citizen otll.-e thl
morning, and during the conversation
stated that the people ot oiue section of
southern lallfornla were comtilainlnir.
ting that If ralu did not come lu a
very short time the lose to the farmer
aud fruit ml mm would amount to con.
Joseph Blbo. one of the blir merchant
of Hi rnalillo, came In last night, and ha
in name on mesturge Kunipean regie
ter. He report the farmer of hi vicin
Ity a very productive Dart of lb kin
(iraude valley, a busily engaged at
farming. He also stated that the alfalfa
yield of the Bernalillo district will con
siderably exceed that of last season.
W. V. Kutrelle havlmr sold not hla nee.
ond hand businee to J. t. (ildeon, will
now handle only new furniture, trunk.
vause, tlcycles. carpet, mattinffs. wall
paper, shad wi, Navajo blanket, and all
kind of bedding cheap for cash or on In
stallment. Kcmember. I will tint be no
Marshal McMlltln' collections for th
mouth of August amounted to :iT'.i. Tin
I a record breaker In the blstorv of the
police department of thi clly. The high
est amount ever before collected In a
eingle month was (:ii:i.
II. I). Becker, the well-known and nnn
ular general merchant and trader at I
eta, I lu the city to-day. He i Hiramr-
ing to remove hi family to thi city a a
place of residence, but still retaining hi
business at Isleta.
W. L. Hathaway, the notiiilar aonth
weNtern maiiBger of the Mutual Life
Insurance company, who wa uu north
the past few days, returned laat uUht.
Mis Ida Kbh r.one of the cltv' tmnu
ar public echool teacher, who eiiioed
her vacation among Denver frieiii!, re
turned to the city laat night.
A. Pogne. who 1 the Western I'nloii
ine repairer along the Santa Ke road
istween this city and Kl Paso, is at the
Hon. Krank A. Hutbell hauled in about
Ih.ini I pounds of wool to day to be scoured
at the Albuquerque Scouring mill.
B. A. Hlesler. the Insurance and real
t-tate agent, was a passenger ou hi re
urn from Santa Ke last uight.
three room cottaaii for rent. W. v.
Wreck a Train on the New York,
Ontario & Western.
Behind. Time arJ Runniiif S xiy
Miles ao Hour.
Pngipcer. flretnaa and Brskcmaa KllKd,
and Mny Injured.
lMraovio count rioas or HnsriTais.
SyfHCU e, N. Y Sept. L A ieclal to
tn.- lieiald Horn Kullou enys: Irani No.
5, on the New York, Ontario .t n eslern
rmlroid, known as tl Chicago l.liu
lted " ws wreck .ii nt Ingali' crossing,
four mile south of thl village, at ft
u'c.ock thl morning The wreck was
h.iiluii -w due to the dastardly woikol
tramps, who threw open the switch al
which the train wa wrecked, a well as
twt witches to the north ot the wreck.
It.e train wa an hour late anil run
ning nearly sixty mile an hour when
it struck the switch and threw it over to
the side track. The stavd I mil It Im
P rieibie to make rifely on the rail, and
the engine wa thrown twenty feet aud
mown 1 1 pieces, ana tne lender Inverted
ne irucx or ine tmggag far were
t' rn of! and the bead roach telsacopml
th baggage car. The vestl' nled chair
car end sleeper wets derailed hnl neither
tadly damaged, hnglneer Dowd aud
fireman Hall both i'linned and were
found under the wreckage of the tnder
by passenger from toe eleener. The
body of liruksninn Oshirn wu torn In
Dead-Knalneer B. C. D iwd. 4) -weirn
Klreman win. Hall, Norwich: Brakemau
A. L O.shorne, Walton.
Injured Baggageman Clmrles He
inond. New York, three rlh broken; Da
vid Mill, O-wego, face and leg bruised
and scalp wound; John tiolden, Oswego
burned aisnit both wrists; t). Patten, hip
prainid: leter J Hawklnson. Swede
Wellesly, Ma., ecalu wound: C. A John
son, Swede, Wellcely. Me.. ecnln wound:
(Instate Magnniaiu, Boston. Iniured.
bout the head; Carl HveiiHou. Boston. In
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it", jfi ?ti its ill .'t '
AN ECONOMICAL OPPORTUNITY!
One of our greatest efforts was crowneil with success. We were fortunate enough, to
obtain ILFKLD HUOS.' KNTIKK WIIOLESALK DEPARTMENT AT OUR
OWN PRICK. We intend to jrive the public the benefit of this Mammoth Purrlm...
Dont buy anything elsewhere before examining Our 1 Bargains in every department
Everything in our establishment goes at KIRESALE PRICES.
B. ILFELD & CO., Proprietors.
?!5 $!$ 5 J 515 m m 2! J 5 ? ?U ?; J m 5 5 $1? $15 5 5J 5 515 5;S 515 5 5c $f5 ?U
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Al th llnspltnls r i'nmn thomu-SIa-l(
Chattanooga, Chlckamauga National
Military Park, Tmin., Sept. 1. The Third
Mrp beadyiiarters, the division bead
juarter aud the divisional hospital and
tuibulance corf will leave Camp Thonia
to morrow for 4nnlton, Ala. liegimeiite
of the first division of the corps will also
hegln moving to-morrow. It will be Im
txwlble to get all the regiment of the
orp out thl week, but they will be
mulled a rapidly a possible, and prob
-bly all will lie gone by Tuesday or Wed
.CHtay ot neit week. 80 materially
uuve the condition In the hospitals
Improved during the last few dnye
'.hat there I now little complaint. The
lumber of patient 1 decreasing rapidly
ind there are tew death.
Al. Frasuina Vnptarnd,
Depi.: riff Newcomer will return
from f for -.do to-morrow night with Al.
Krcemon. the man who escaped from the
county jil In this city j few week ago.
Krir,iin t chargeil by Joe Baruett with
buying forged a draft for llm. He was
(lr.t arrested la Itoewell by MherifT Hub
One Hundred Dozen Negligee Shirts.
-25 Cents Each, actual value 75 Cents.
Plaids Chorks and Stripes, latest Color Combinations.
Leon B. Stern & Co.,
220 RAILROAD AVENUE.
An all-bras padlock irc
Handled axe 751
1 luiub level 40c
Gold Fand Earn.
Gold Band Brrakfast Bacon.
Gold Band Cblp Beer.
Gold Band Boiled Ham.
Koeton Realities Mackerel.
New etock of Brick and American
We expect to-inurrow Iinnortef 6wU
If you want to put np fruit
Heinz & Co. Pickling VliiHgar.
ne have 10 varieties of Mica and Java
Coffee, from cent to 50 cent per
Our etock of Grocerli I complete and
our price th lowest
The Jaffa Grocery Co.
ill KOLTM 8IXOND ITUIiET.
NOW FOR SCHOOL.
V irt prcpirtd to ihi tlx school childrtn and quole the following pricm
Children' Donjola Goat Shocsj lce
and button, sues II 1-2 to 2, at - $1.00
Same Shoes, tizes 8 J-2 to II, at - - 50c.
Same Shoes, sizes 5 to 8, at - - - - 65c.
Children' Kangaroo Calf Shoes,
sizes II J-2 to 2. at $1.25
Same Shoes, sizes 8 1-2 to II, at - $1.00
ft. Ttyfjj School Tablets given with every pair
Tlae shoes are new stock: and will not go to pieces in a week.
Urinjj your Repairing to us.
CEO. C. GAIUSLEY & CO. ..ft
AIL, OVIIKH l.ltKt IsHKril. TTKTIOM
8 Special . . q W r 'reAy Prpa"ng; to put in the finest and
9 for most complete line of goods for the holidays
ever displayed in our line in the territory, and from
now until October 1st we will close out many lines now
in stock absolutely below cost, as we would rather
have the money to buy new goods. We offer this
week our entire line ot BLLTS and GIRDLES at
actly half regular price. Come and get them.
Fine Merchant Tailoring
FOR A SUIT TO ORDER
THE ONE PRICED CLOTHIERS.
l or the FALL of '98 JUST ARRIVED ami comprise One Thousand Samples for Suits;
Two Hundred Samples for Overcoats; Five Hundred Samples for Trowsers;
One Hundred and Fifty Samples for Silk Vests.
Tl T .. fl P 1 I It coals you nothing extra
t Ine I rv-Un ovstem !
j4 J J cut and baisted and returned
but a little time.
measure to our
the garments are
d to U.i for the rut.
tomer to try on. Ihe garments are then sent to the cutters with necessary alterations sug
gested. We have no misfits from this system.
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All PatUnu 10 and 15c
Day aa RectiyecL
201 Ilailroai Avenue, Albuquerque, N. Al
X3ot XalgntodStoro in
y 150 pairs oHO-nVhit'.'Ardmore Cotton Klankcts, social
P 20 pairs of 104 (irey Creedmoro- "
( ii U
Ii 20 pairs 104 .Mottled (ire v Heavy Cotton Blankets,
20 pairs of 114 Mottled fan, wt. libs,
y 20 nairs 114 Peach (Jrev, wt. 51ls.
If in Heed (f Any Blankets Buy Now and Save Money! SEDEISPW
p5 20 pairs of 104 Tan Soinermore
i 20 pairs of 1 14 Apple White, wt. 51hs. 44
20 pairs of 104 Sitka (Jrey Wool, wt. 51bs special -
20 j airs of 104 Elite (Jrey, all wool, wt. libs, special
m ii- I'll t i .ii tt' i i 1 . i
J pans ui ii-i- fiiuu urej, an ooi, wi. S)ecial
-nl i i . . . i i . j t i i i . .
imj i anove n.ne ue.ivy asswiieu iiuois. laiuy uortters, and are very much umler their market value.
H Rlnob- 111 noninl I 21 lm'1"' l!ll"-k HrH-a.lwl Silk au.l Sutin. all Silk au.l N
fcji DlaLfV OllK OpLLiai ! iii Hiimll au.l lurif.. llKim-H.
Special This Week 5S Cents per Yard
H. E. FOX,
Leading Jrwtlry Huum
AiintliiT lot nf rii ii'Oi'M u'l Silk lirmut kihIii
Mitt in KiIkk Itililxji, IiiiiiiIiitm i ami tl.
Kail (ioctlH Arrii lujr liailv. t'diuc in ainl iu-j eel tlifiu
Ribbon Special !
Special Sale Only 10c. per Yard. &