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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MKX1CO, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 12. 133
The Document is Agreed to by
the Spanish Government.
Hostilities Between United States
and Spain Will Cease.
Spanish Troop In Cuba and Porto Rico
Will Eracnite tbe tilindi.
COMNUSIOR TO IITTII DITAOJ.
Madrid, Aag 12. Th PpnntHh novrn
nint this morning notified the Krenrh
ml ulster of foreign affairs, M. M Cw,
of lu acceptance of the protocol, and
aked the French gorernmeut to traiw
mlt the French ambaiwador at Washing
ton such power m in conformity with
rrettldent MrKliilej's exprwwly formu
latod dexire will authorize hliu, im aiu
baneador of France at Washington to
Ign the protocol.
WAITINti FOR THE MKSA(.R.
Wanhlngton, Aug. 12. The French am
baxeador op to 10:30 o'elwk had not re
ceived authorization to sign the protocol,
although he I aware that the antliotlz
tlon la on the way here. No doubt In
entertained at the enibawty that the formal
execution of a preliminary peace agree
inent will take place dnrlng the day.
OIVKN KILL AUTHORITY.
Washington, Aug. 13. At 12:30 the
French ambawador received a dlnpatch
giving hlra full authorization to sign the
protocol. The dispatch 1 long and the
deciphering will take eotne time. No
hour hae been mt for elgnlng the proto
col, but undoubtedly it will be signed
Inter In the day.
BOOTH I Ml fiTiMSH l'RIMt.
Madrid, Aug. 12. The question of the
ao.'eptnnce of the protocol having beeu
Dually eetlled and ite signature ex
plicitly and demiitely authorized, the
government is now cooNldering the
domestic mtuatlou for the best meanH of
allayiug excitement and propagating
tin Idea that Spain's eurreuder la not eo
oo:uplete as Indicated by the bald t rum
of the protocol. As the first etep In this
direction a eeml-oQlcial note ban beeu
Ifwued bh follows:
The gnrernment la of the oplnlou tlml
the nuwt critical period of the peace lie
gotiatiniia ha now arrived, an it d pende
upon the arrangement of detail
whether peace will be more or lens ad
vaiitageoue. Spain wished to preserve
her sovereignty over tlie whole of the
Philippine, to which she propoeea to ao
cord all political aud administrative re
fornu consiHtont with the maintenance
of hrtt sovereignty.
"In regard to the evacuation of Cuba
and Porto Itlco. it will be asknl that the
army be allowed to depart honorably, and
that assurances be given that Spanish
lid foreign Intere-its will not suffer. The
army, which hai not beeu conquered, will
r 'turn to Spain with their gun, arm and
munition'. In regard to the Cuban debt,
as t ie I'nited Stated refuse to annum it
Spain will endeavor to arrange with the
Cub in treasury to pay it when the Island
Till question of treaty of commerce
will lead to considerable discussion, ami
th matter will be submitted to a coin
ni'-nUmof diplomatists under the pre-d-
dency of Seller Castillo.
INbTHfl'TKll TO MliN.
Washington, Aug 12 At 2::to p. m
the French embassy had received full in
structions and authorization respecting
the signing of the protocol. Ten niln
utes later M. Thiebaut, secretary of the
embassy, started for the state depart
ment, where he made an appointment for
the execution cf the instrument this
afternoon. It Is thought that the signa
tures will be afllxrd about 4 o'clock,
although if the president Is to Isj present
at the ceremony It may not take place
until 5 o'clock.
Washington, Aug. 12. An olllclal
statement for press publication, setting
out the provisions of the peace protocol,
was approved at the cabinet session to
day. It was prepared by Secretary I lay,
the purpose being to make it public im
mediately after the required signatures
liHVe been atllxed to the protocol. It does
not give the text of the document, but
details the main points. The protocol in
general is a reiteration of .the terms
of the note given to Hpnin with very
little difference In the language cf
tho-ie terms, though with considerable
supplementary paragraphs of an admin
istrative nature. The note handed to
Ambassador Cambon, called for the Im
mediate evacuation of Cuba aud Porto
HI co, while the protocol, leaves the time
of the evacuation to be Used by a joint
military commission of the I'uited
States and Spain. The portion of the
protocol supplementary to what is em
bodied in the note relates principally to
to the manner of execution of its provi
sions. The protocol provides for two commis
sions: first, a peace commission, which
will meet in Paris; second, a military
commission, which will meet at Havana
province within fifteen days. The mili
tary commission will be created Immedi
ately on slguiug the protocol. It duties
will be of great importance. It will set
tie the details of the evacuation of til
Spanish armies from the West Indieeand
neeine all questions relative to the re
moval of all eiibmarlne mines and th
Immediate relinquishment to th9 I'nited
Statee of the great fortresses at Havana,
Han Juan and other points, and the trans
fer of the possession of ManilaClty Itself.
W HAT THK I'KOTOCOI. 1'ROVIhHS.
The protocol provides:
First Spain will relinquish all claim
of sovereignty over and title to Cuba.
Second Porto Hlco and other Spanish
Islands In the West Indies and an Island
In the I.adrones, to be selected by the
I'nited Statee.shail he ceded to the latter.
Third The 1'nlted will occupy and
hold the city, bay and harbor of Manila,
pending the conclusion of a treaty of
peace which shall determine the control
disposition and government of the Phil
Fourth-Cuba, Pcrlo Kico and other
Spanish Islands of the West Indies shall
be Immediately evacuated, and commls
sioners, to be appointed within ten days,
shall within thirty days from the signing
of the protocol mwt In Havana and San
Juan, respective, to arrange and execute
the details of evacuation.
Hfth-The rutted Mate and Spain
will each appoint not more than five
commissioners to negotiate and conclude
a treaty of peace. The commissioners
are to meet at Paris not later thau the
first (if October.
Sixth On signing the protocol hostil
ities will be suspended, and notice to
that thVct will be given assoonaspos
slide by each government to the com
manders of its military and naval forces
The above is the olllclal statement of
the protocol's coutents as prepared aud
given to the press by Secretary Day.
i ne proioicol was signed at 4:23 p. Ui
by Secretary of State lay, representing
the I nited States, an I M. Cambon
French ambassador, representing the
IIOSTII.ITIM WILL I'KASK.
Vtsshliigton, August 12. Secretary
Alger has cabled orders to all military
commanders that the protocol of peace
' as been signed and to cease hostilities.
NOTICK TO NAVAL CUMlUMiKU.H.
Secretary Long rallied Admiral Samp
son nnd iiewey and other naval com
manders that the peace protocol had been
"Igued and to cease hostilities,
Washington, Aug 12 The peaoe pro
tocol was si ned at 4:2.').
THOOfN I.MtMMl M A. NT1 .
Xha'lrr'e Army Uniting Out ut Ilia Vrllow
Washington, Aiu. 12. Tbe war depart
ment has rec dved the following: Santi
ago, via Haytl, Aug. 12 The St. Louis
left Morro during the night of the 11th,
with the Ninth anil lentil Infantry and
two companies of the Seventy-llrst New
York. The St. Paul should have left
(iuaiitainiino last night or this morning
with the Second Infantry and four com
panics of the Seventy-llrst New York, and
(ienj-ral Kent and his headquarters. The
Morteno leaves in a few minutes with the
rwenty-Qrst Infantry. The Kit) (irande,
withCuluiiel Sargent's regiment on Isiard,
has just arrived. Shaktkh.
Sargent's regiment is the second regl
mcut of Illumines.
Kar A.lmlri.1 Klrklnml.
Vallejo, Cal.. Aug. 11. Hear Admiral
Kirklsml's condition shovts slight Im
provement and his physicians say that
he has a Gghtlng chance for his life.
Commander J. J. Hi ice, who was recalled
from the retired list during the hostil
Hies with Spain, Is In command of the
uavy yard during Ktrkland's Illness.
Ki.gll.U liitorr.nl la Chins.
Loudon, Aug. 12. The house of com
moiia met to-day at 10 a. in. A succes
sion of questions on the subject of China
elicited little Information. The govern
nieut leader, liulfour, declined to pledge
the government to prevent the rutltlca
tlouof the France llelgian-Pekln Hankow
concession, but promised that In the
event of llrltlsh capitalists purchasing
the railroad concessions obtained bv
French or H dglau syndicates In the Yang
Tse Klang valley, her majesty's govern
nieut will support and assist them both
In London and IVkin. Parliament will
be prorogued to-day.
Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 12. Absolutely
no bisity was secured from the Adams
Kx press company's safe by the robbers
who lost night helil up the Burlington
iram near m. josepn, according to a
statement made to-day by J. II. Hutler.
superintendent of the western division
of the Adams company. He said: "(lur
safe was recovered unopened. No stray
packages were secured, nor was anything
of value taken from the ei press messenger."
I'UII Mailt. Tran-jr.
Washington, Aug. 12. Senator Piatt,
of New York, called on President McKiu-
ley to day and asked for the appointment
of (ien. Henj. F. Tracey, ex secretary of
of the navy, as a member of the peace
t'hli'HKU Htix k MarkaU
Chicago, Aug. i Cattle Keceluts.
Ii'.iiihj head; market, strong.
Heeves, f 4 2'l,t3 IU; cows and heifers.
Texas steers, J.2til4 an;
westerns, liotn.tiii; stockers and feed
ers. :i.2nt hi i.
Sheep Keeetpts, O.IKiO; strong to 15
Natives, i.t (M1..1 4 . . ; westerns, f.i.itKit
4 3u; lambs, 't,u.b.
Pan! Warren Writes to His i"
Father, Jodge H.L.Warren.
He Confirms tbe Reported Death
'Rougb Rider" H. E. Shtrnan Return
to Thli City.
BRIEF IWTMVIIW WtTB HIM.
Jintge H. L. rvarien, of this city, re
eelved a letter this morning from his son
Paul Harren, one of RiHieevelt's "Hough
Killers." The letter is dated from Santi
ago de Cuba, July 2. and Thk Ciit.kn
copied the following extracts:
"I was eent to town day before
yesterday with a wagon to get util
forms, etc., for the regiment, and did not
get back U'ttil yesterday afternoon. Kac
man Is to gt two new uniforms one
light colored canvas fatigue suit and th
other the regular blue for a dress suit.
This Issue seems to Confirm the rumor
that we will soon start tor the Tutted
States, although there Is another rumor
to the effect that we are golug to Porto
Kico, but I hardly think there Is any
thing In tt.
'Santiago Is a typical Mexican city
more like Chihuahua, Mexico, than an
place 1 mow or narrow streets, one-
story buildings, and all the street and
side streets are paved with rock. The
walks are so narrow two persons can
hardly walk side by side oil them.
"I received y ur letter of the lilth lust
yesterday, anil was very glad Indeed to
her from you. Aruiljo, Allsrs, Sherman
ami the other sick ami wounded have all
beeu taken back to the states ami we ran
hear nothing of them.
"I suppose yon have heard of the death
of Guy Kndsley, who died of yello
fever mime time ago.
"Spencer, Hughes and the other Albu
qnerque bays are here and well, with the
exception of Spencer, who is down with
'The articles you speak of as having
been sent by the Ladles' Soldiers' Aid so
ciety liavo not been received as yet, but
understand they are lu Tampa. The
boys all appreciate greatly the kind
nees and forethought of the ladies, and
all send their regards aud wish to be re
membered to the society.
"C'apt. Luna la now stationed In the
city as olllclal Interpreter to (ien. Wood,
who has been appointed governor, so we
don't see much of our captain, but I un
iliTsiainl ne is well.
1 am lu charge of the camp to day. so
nave 10 nusue arounti.
....Tw,v,,., atwuiiiciy Awvuraic tinicarrpcre.
in U'imnttd Gold FilUd r t a C C
i compU-H lor TTl H f
of tbra on hind. J v-
The tucttat of our SprcUl Brgaini in Watches Uil wetk induce
us to otter another. e have uil ttcttvei a supply of hull lewelrd
(15 Jewel 1 Mckeled Movements, absolutely accurate timekeepers.
We bive lined these in Warranted Gold
Cases and oiler them
Only a dozen
-W oll.r LAIli;V WATCHKS at HI:l)lcl;U PKICKS lor a I LW DAV8.-J
Leading Jeweler, RAILROAD AVENUE, Albuquerque. N. M.
hf.HI.KAHT SIIKKMAN IIO.VIK.
Katorn.,1 fruin Hay H'a.t l.aat Mlaht
rMima InterrKtlug In.-lilriita.
Sergeaut 11. h. Sherman, of Troon F
of the Hough Hlders anil Private Horsey
of rroop H, arrived unannounced in the
city lost night from hey rtest and con
sequently there was no such reception for
111. -Ill at tlie iicpol as lite people of Alhii
querque delight to glv, lu welt-omiug
Home uie nrave. Sergeant Sherman
wrote a letter tolas wile eaing that he
was coming home but the letter was Uot
receiveil until last evening.
1 he sergeant Is Considerably reduced
in tl-sh but withal presents a more
rugged appearance than his friends ai
home had expected alter golug through
a severe siege or Ulsease contracted in
me malarial districts or LUtia. He war
taken sick with lever, dlarroeha uud
llillamiiiatlon of the bladder after the
Ural engagement of the Hough Kl.lers In
the lierce battle of La liiiasiina. He woe
ut to the hospital at hey West, where
ne arrived on July o. lie liad been there
exactly one month when he started tor
Home lust fnduy oil a thirtv (lavs' fur
louh, which wus of a coiiiimlsory nature.
as ne retju-eie'i 10 ne sent tmck to ( una
as tiie ult"iiding physicaii would not
usien 10 siicri a proposition, lie came
home lu preference to laying around Key
Sergeant Sherman was asked as to the
condition of the hospitals in Key Wei-I
aod the care rcelvetl by the soldiers
there, and said: "We re.-elved the
lst of cure and medical attend
uiice, hut for a persou who Is not
accustomed to It the climate Is
mi Injurious that it oflsets in large meas
ure the good ellects derived from can-lul
uursiug. hever Is so prevaleut ttieie
that the llrst course of every uii-al is a
big dose of quinine, ihe hoys who Wert
wounded recovered as a rule vr rapltl!)
Iroiu tlieir injuries but would be sn-k a
long tune aflerwurtl with fever and ot'n-r
forms ot dlsrase. The only Altinooeroor
boy now lu the hospitals at kev ft est 1-
I- rank Hooth. His wound In the shotildei
think Is healed entirely hut when I suu
liliu just before I left he was still e'ek
and Very weak from Ihe fever. Hit-
nurses lu two of the hospitals are ei-tt rs
r ciiarity ami traineti lady nursfs. in
the third honiiital the nurses are all men
of the regular army corps."
ir. Sherman liroiiglit back with him a
small piece of the llrst American (lag
planted by the army in Cuba as well as a
few other relics, lie says so many people
beggeil fur a thread of the Hag on his
ay home that there Is ouly a v. ry lit
The sergeant relates a large number of
Interesting experiences which have not
been published. His ride to hlboney,
fastened on the back of a mule and while
tillering the most excruciating pain, Is
iirroiindod with such horrors that he
lreada even now think of it.
He tells of a Cuban soldb-r whom he
saw eat seven and a half pounds of bacon.
he ration tor ten tlavs, ami then make
himself a tialr of sandals out of the hacor,
hide and walk off. The whole thing wo.-
me lu about tlfteen minutes.
Another Cuban soldier deserted and
stole all olllfxr's horse, which he killed
ami pr'parnl himself to enjoy a meat diet
for a few days when he was capture.). 'Ihe
punishment for his de"ertloi r nsisled
of sitting with one of his 'egs fastened
lu stocks ami the other on the ground
for seven days and to eat all of the hnrie
meat In that time or to get shot at Its
expiration. Sergeant sIotiiikii Is will
iug to wager dollars to iliniuliiiiils that
if there wasn't over Tmi pounds left of
the horse the Cuban would not be shot as
the meat would all be gone.
Private Horsey left for his home In
Silver City this morning.
Ilealli ut tiiy Kml.ly.
C. 0. Hopping, member of Troop F,
Cupt. Luna's company of Hough Uiders,
under dnte of July 1, writes frcm
Santiago, Cuba, to his mother in this
city, and says: "My tent mate, Guy
Kndsley, died from fever. He wa o
good to me when I whs sick at Pan
Antonio, Texts." Charley and all th
members of Capt. Luna's enmptny
sincerely mourn the untimely death of
fitly Kinl-Iy, who was a great favorite of
his coinrsd-s. A large circle of friends
in Albuqn 'tqne mourn with his sorrow
lug mother In this city.
l lrolr Nolle
All parties Invited to the picnic given
by Triple Link Kcbekah Lodge, 1. 0. 0. F
will please be at Odd Fellows hall nn
south Second street, at 6 o'clock sbar
Sunday morning. Trimble's train for
Camp VYbllcoiiib leav.s promply at th.it
time. Pasiengers will be required to
Imv their lirich hjskets well tilled, and
purchase tickets I store starting.
Whs, J. I'. I.antz,
ton. A. K. Low k,
Long List of Naval Officers Pro
rooted for Bravery in Action
Th Marks' A..orl.tlon.
The Clerks' ae-cltlon of Albuquerque
.ta tnrmaiiy orgmi-tl last evening at
meeting he'd for the pmiiiwe at rts 111 No.
1. iu me po-.ii in i.uil ling. Ihe folio-
ng olllrvrs w. re elected to serve mitt
I'l.si l, nt-.l. W. I'te t-l.
ice president Frul. 0. Lewis.
Secretary and treasurer 1. S. Koeen
itooii worxiiig con m 1 1 lees were an
pointed. The attendance at this meeting
was very encouraging.
Ihe purpose of this association
riven, lu the constitution, as follows
'To unite In one body the clerks of AI
1 tiquerqne. for the purpose of guarding
their mutual Interests and to nromout
in order ti correct an erroneons Im
pression, the association wishes It to be
1 1st I nelly understood that it has uot been
organized with the object of antagonlz
lug employers, hut rather to strengthen
the friendly relations between emulovers
An Important meeting will be held at
Ihe same place on Tuesday evening.
All clerks who have not jollied are re
quested to aitentl.
S.lll HIIAt 'S hl'r.dAI. HAI.K
AT Til K HI SY kTOKR.
16 lbs. Iswt potatoes jji'e.
.i lbs. choice raisins.
1 cans best California peaches. . .
10 Hi. nail pure leaf lard
I gallon sy rup
i cans sugar corn
4 cans sardines in oil
I 4 oz. bottles extract of vanilla.
Wm. KiKkK, Proprietor.
. . .7 V,
. . .sloe.
. . . VoC.
Major Call, of Fort Thomas, Ky., has
tHite'i ior sisiera vo nurse t tin rever
4'rlcken soldiers who are to he hs-ated at
Kurt Thomas. The teachers of St. Via.
nl'i academy have offered tlieir services
11 neeneil, but It Is not likely they will
uc called on, aa many members of their
inter are niucn nearer the sone or labor.
3 iter (Isbrl-lla, an untiring liurso la the
oivu war, win go at once, accoinpaultsl
oy an eillcieut hand of faithful nurses.
there are a number of sisters now ntirs
lug the wounded and sick soldiers at the
Prof. J. K. Kibera, the well known nub
lie school teacher of Loe I'adillas district
was in the city to-day. He states that the
unaiipox scare existing lu the river
towns s'Mith of this city has about died
ut aud that the recent rumors of nianv
leatlis, especially among the young, were
The board of underwriters (lire Insur
ance) of Heiiver, have notlll.il tlieloc.il
igents that the ratee for lire Insurance
011 dwellings lu this city have been re
duced from Id to 70 per cent on the iliVl,
tec ruing to exposures. The reduction
goes into effect on August I ft.
The sentiment among the people of
this city Is practically unanimous lu
favor of holding a fair here this full ami
thus retain for Alhuqucrqn the prestige
f being the permanent location of the
territorial fair. Now let everyone sub
scribe as liberal a contribution as his
means afford aud thus make Its success
The Scotti store building, being erected
in south Hrst street, adjoining the
llarsch building, Is assuming some pro
portions, and the bricklayers are now at
vorX. The building will be a two storv
brick and quite an ornament to that sec-
1011 or the city wheu completed.
Half a dozen wagons were loaded with
merchandise this morning at the several
wholesale houses, after which thev left
or the country. The merchants of the
mull towns are extensive patrons of
Mhiiquerqile's wholesale houses.
I.. T. Dslatiey has returned to the city
mm the Sulphur hot springs. Ills
brother, T. C. Iielaney, will return to the
Ity this evening.
Garcla's Army Disbanded
the Sommcr Siesta.
Several Prgtmcnts Leave Si ottago
tbe Uultcd states.
VRGLtsa IRTIttSTS IU CBIKA.
Washington, Aug. 12 To-day the uav
iieoarinieiii mane putilic the folio. in
promotions In ths North Atlantic Heel
I lies a,re ad interim commission nn
hold until Ihe senate con linns or rej.-cts
uiey lane date AtigiHt Hi, and Hi tat-
case are ior emiiient and conspicuous
coiniiici in name: inmintMlore Saiuiis
Is Mhsuivd eight numbers and nppointei
ri ar admiral, next after Hear A llium
lloweli; Commodore Schley, six fiumhei
ileluppoliiled rear admiral, rati It next after
r-simpsou; I apt. hiaiit-ln J. IliKk'llimili
nree niiiuiers, rei.k n. t H't. r Cu
l.roiiiweii; liiit. lioliiey i. hvui s, i,v
nuuiiH-rs,, re-ik next after I not. Colloi
Capt. Hnry lay lor, lite htimhers, ran
next arier Csnl Head: t aut. Irin is ,
Cool, live uumliers, rank uext f,er Cap
sinning; nipi. 1 natli-s K. Clark, si
numbers, rank next after dipt. Wise
V 'i plat 11 s rench c.. ( hadw ick. Uve tiniu
hers, rank next after Captain Sigsbee
uieiuenani loniliiander Kaymoml 1
Ki tigers, tlve numbers, rank next after
lieutenant Commander Comwell
ueuteiiant Inioniamler Seatou he h roe
tier, three htimhers, rank next after
Lieutenant Commander hentiedv: Lieu
tenant Commander Kit-hard Waluwrlght,
t'i ntimliers. rank next attcr Meiilenant
t umaiiiler Kelly; Lieutenant Com
tuander John A. Kogers, live uumbeis,
tank next utter Lieutenant Command.
Moore; Lieutenant Commander James K
Cogswell, live mi titters, rank next after
Lieutenant oinmailder Selfrblge: l.b'ii
i-iiani ( oinmaitd. r vt 111. r. Fuller, flv
iiiiinliers, rank next alter l.icuteuuh
Uimmatitler I'rim: Lieutenant Command
er 11. rl. Harbor, tlve liuinhers. rank
next after Lieutenant ( ommander Mies
LleiiU'liant (ommander .Newton K
Mas hi, tlve niniilwrs, rank next after
Lieutenant ( ininander llucklligham
Lieutenant Alexui.der Sharp, Jr., five
nn in hers, rank next after l.leulenan
tull r: Lleuteiiaiit Harry Huse. Uve
numbers, rank next after Lieutenant
Hush; Lieutenant Charles Msct'minell
two uumliers. rank next after I hlef Ku
glneer John Lowe: Chief Ktnrlneer John
L. HHlinuu. two uumtsrs.raiik lieit after
thief hnglneer Hose; Chief Knslneer
Aiexttiitier n. nates, three nuniliers. rank
next after Chief Kngtneer John 1) Fonl
Chief Knglneer Hubert W. Mllltgan.three
numbers, rank next after Chief Kuglnoer
naien: cniei nna-1 leer t lllir its Hae. three
n itl Vrs. rank next after Chief Kntrlnaar
l i'l I asst.! Aasislant Kiiglueerlteorge
n. nu-niroy. Liires lllltnts-rs. HiinuliitM
liter engineer, rank next after Chief
Knglneer Hoed; Commander llowmau 11
UuCalla. six numbers and aniHilnteil rn
tain to restore him to his original place
11 inn navy nsi, rank next after Captain
Lieutenant Unnlor flrade) Victor Hlue.
ttlvahced tlve numbers for extraordinar
rolsm. Lieutenant Colonel Kobt
w. Ilsntlngton. advanced one numlier
ami appointed colonel in the marine
corps for eminent and conspicuous con
lllt't In batt e. Calitain l.e.irire V
r.111011, inree uuinners ror the same
reason. hirst Lieutenant Louts P.
I.iic-t Is given the rank of i-siitaln bv
ureiet iu ins marine corns lor con
splcuous coiiilnct In the battle of
tuaiilunamo. Cuba. First Lieutenant
Wendell C. Neville Is given the rank of
captain by brevet for the shiuh reason
Second Lieut. J S. Mairill. civ-en the rank
of llrst lieutenant ami captain by brevet
in marine corps tor gotsl Judgment and
gallantry in the battle of Ouaiitanam
Second Lieut. Philip Heiiiitin, given the
rank or nrst lieutenant tiy hrevet In ma
rlne corps for conspicuous service In the
altle of (inantanaoio: Cant. Paul St. C.
Murphy, giveu the rank of major by
irevet III marine corns for gallant service
n uie naval hiittle at Santiago; Second
.lent. Thomas S. Horden, given the rank
I llrst lieutenant by brevet iu murine
oTps for distinguished service In the
naval battle at Santiago.
1. lan la'. Army lll.lianilr.1.
New York. Aug. 12 A disnutch to the
evening world trom Santiago hays:
Jack York, of Pe-.insvlvuuia. who has
lieen serving with (iarcl, has just ar
rived here. He reisirts that (iarcla has
uspended operations for thirty davs anil
given his men peniilsdou to go home
ith Instructions to renort to him at the
ml ot that period.
Mrs. M. Custers and Mrs. A. llarsch
and daughter, Hose, wviit out to Coyot
springs this afternoon, where they will
njoy a couple of weeks' outing.
On all of our summer j.'0'hIs. in MVn'.s,
L-idics' and Children's Sitoia. To
out all aumiuer jjoods we hhall offer
any of our Tan and C hocolate Shoes
any size and style, at un -at y reduced
ember is', when we shall place on side the l.irtrest
i d heat line of lio its ; rid Shoes ever brought to Albuiiuermi';.
Urino; your Repairing to us.
prit es until Sept
GEO. C. CAINSLEY & CO.
nait. ohiii.ks t.iiki 1 ikKri 1,
Kellahle Shoe Dealers,
122 S. Second fit.
A XT. .
7E are alrraty preparing to put in the finest
most complete line of goods for the
vi.u uimytj 111 our une in tne territory, ana trom
5 now until October 1st we will close out many lines now
y in stock absolutely below cost, as we would rather
g have the money to buy new goods. Ure offer this
Q week our entire line of EELTS and GIRDLES at ex-
fk 1 at .. L.tl !- ...
g atuy uau rcuiar price, v-omc ana get them.
IH. E. FOX,
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A Week Long to be Remembered!
Opposite the Old
Fourth Week of
Bargains Like Our. Cannot Last Forever.
Como early and select
on all our
Dress Goods, Silks and Linings.
Every Article in Our House ts a Money Saver !
B. ILFELD&CO., Props.
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a . -w- e--
Gold Band Bam
Gold Sand Breakfast Eicon.
Gold Band Chip Beer.
Gold Band Boiled Ham.
ItiMtnii Bfaiitlt Mrkrfl.
w atork of Brick and American
We expert to-morrow Iinnorttil 8wUn
If you want to tint un frnlts m our
Hwliis A Co. Plfkllnir Vlngr.
tt liavn 10 varletlra of Mich and Jm
. n.. . -
iiniffa, iroiu cenw lo w) oviim per
(lur Bttick of OrocerifM 1h eomplttto
our prlrts tli lowest.
Tbe Jaffa Grocery Co.
I SOUTH RHCONn STBRL'T.
Vhloaa-a Urala SSarkat.
Cliltiujn, Kng. 12. Wht AobuhL
7 ! ',; Bent, 7',,('4o.
Va ro-AugiiNt, k; Sept., 3'Jwo.
0tM AutruHt, V; S'Pt., 204tt',e.
New Yurk. An. 12. MoniT an mil
itrong nt 2t3 i.r rnl. Prim
m 'remit lie papi-r, per cent.
Vew rnr.. Aug. 12.-8lWer.
New York, Aug. 12. Copper, 100.
THE SULPHL U SPRINGS
WASON & TRIM3LE, Props.
Tha bat tqulppcd tr)-wkly four-hors
100 to th. Iirnou. Sulphur Spruin In th J.mu Mountains. Luvi Thoratoo
urdayi at .- i. m. arrlv. at Bland 12 noon) Us
Sulnhura al $ n. m. St. Imm Q..lk.
on Monday, Wcdnodays and Friday. Partka leaving Albuqucrauc oo Sal'
ajw in th. Southwest. From Thorn-
dar can spend Sunday in the mountains.
Round Trip Tickets for Sal. by I
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.. - Albuaueraue
r 4 A
E. J. POST & CO.,
Wt Carry a Full Line of Buckeye Mower Repairs. Thomas All-Stccl
tusy Uump May Kaltes. Milbura and Studebakcr Wagons
Write for Prices. Mail orders given prompt attention.
VISITORS STOP AT
THE GRAND CENTRAL,
N. T. Aruiljo Ilulldliig.
A. Ooaitratlly ZjoosttMl ZIotal.
All Patterns 10 and 15c
20 1 IUilroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M.
Tlxo lESoat Xilxtoci SEStor-o xx
Day as Received
Our New York Resident Buyer is already shipping
us fall goods and before they arrive we must I
fl al ai - 1
ciear out all summer goods, and if prices will i
move them this week will clear us out of ij
Miimiwr goous. iote inese prices
LADIES' DUESS SKIRTS.
One lot limn Drtss Skirts, all sizes, while they last 39c
One lot Homespun Linen Dress Skirts, all sizes, only. . 85c
One lot White Duck, Dress Skirts, all sizes, ouly 85c
One lot Linen Dress Skirts, Dewey flounce trimmed with
blue braid, only $1-35
One lot White IJird's Kye Pique . i90
Choice of any of our Colored Shirt Waists, while they
riCKCAM an I HAT1NK.S.
Ali noo't v ilues, 1 yard wide, a nice range of colors, both light and dark, only 7c yard
Spriial, only 49c
One lot of about; 75 English Gloria Umbrellrs, White Initial Handl
Leading Jewelry hum
2 specials in White Shirt Waists. One is a White Duck Waist, all si. s, special, at only 7sc
An1 a" ' halance ol White Striped and Checked Dimity and Dotted Lines, Waists, choice
p-J oniy 11.00 eacn.
! t IIKLT SIM'X'I Ali. Abig line of Metal and Jeweled Belts, put tin sile at only 35c each.
pi TKL'NKS AND TKLKSCOPKS Just received, opr new line of Trunks and Telescopes"
roj j11"! vve have any and everything in the trunk line from a 34-inch trunk at $3 00, up to a ar
fjii i,u l with a11 modern improvements, such as Excelsior locks and three trays, &c, at prices
ik-i within the reach of all.