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ALBUQUHRQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 17, 1090
VICTORY AT MANILA!
Captain General August. Sneaked
Away After Hoisting White Flag.
PARTICULARS OF SURRENDER OP T1AMLA.
New York, Aug. 17. A npeolal dlnpntrh
from Manila, Ang. 13. vl Hong Kong, to
the New York Journal nays:
Five American unliller wer killed and
about fortj-flie wounded In the capture
of Manila ttiU afternoon.
The stars and stripes were rained over
th city at o:4.'i o'clock In the afternoon.
In the hay Admiral Dewey's fleet thun
dered a national salute.
The comlilned laud and naval force
were employed In the Capture of the
Ppanish stronghold of the Philippine.
At 9 o'clock In the morning the signal
to begin firing wae set on Admiral
Dewey'g (WgHhlp. Authorities In the city
and consuls of foreign power, had pre
Viously been untitled of the Intended
bombardment. For two honm great
slielln were thrown Into the city.
After the bombardment the troop
moved forward to attack the Spaniards
Id the trenches. There had been no re
ply to Ilewey'g bombardment, but the
laud force met with a hot reception.
The onward rush of the Americans
oiild not be stayed. With the Ion of
live killed and two score wounded, thev
drove hack the Spaniard and captured
In a short time a white ling was
hiiWted by the Ions, and fi.imo soldier,
li.ooo rillei and a great quantity of am
munition were surrendered.
The RpanUh loss has not yet been ascer-
tsii.ed. It Is probably several times as
lur. e a that of the American force.
The Spanish force numbered about 3 not)
no n, but were well entrenched. Nearly
lo.ooo American were euguged In the
assault, aud their loe under the clrcutu
s auces 1 considered small.
The Colorado troop were the first to
H'l.riu the trenches, and every mun was a
When tho white flag went up Captain
(i 'tieral August! jumped Into a launch
f.om the German cru'wr Kaleenn Au
gusta. The cruiser thu left with hi in
on board for llcng Kong. The l'lllp
plno are gla the struggle I over.
Simp are again open, the blockade ha
been raised, and things will aooti be just
at they were before Admiral I) wcj- cume
to destroy Spanish rule hero.
AillutraJ Daway llaporta Hi Nurrauriir of
III City of Manila.
Washington, Aug. 17. Admiral Dew
ey' olllctal announcement of the bom
bardiueut and suirendir of Manila has
been received, as follows:
Manila, Aug. 13 To the Secretary of
Navy, Washington Manilla Hurreudoml
to diy to the American laud and naval
fotces after a combined attack. A dlvis
ton rt the sqnadrou shelled the forts
and entrenchments at Manate, on the
south side of the city, driving back the
enemy, onr army advaiMng from that
aide at tiie same time. The city surren
dered at about 5 o'clock, the American
Hag being hoisted by Lieut. Krumby.
About 7,0(0 prisoner were taken. The
luadron had no casualties aud none of
our Vessels were injured.
On August 7 (ten. Merrllt and I form
ally demanded the surrender of the city,
which the Spanish governor general re
fused. (Signed) Dkukv.
Lieut. Hrumby Is Admiral Dewey's Uag
AsklNli KOU I.Ssrhl'l'TIONd.
Washington, Aug. 17. Secretary Alger
ha received dispatch from (ieueral
Merritt announcing the surrender of
Manila and asking for instruction.
I'ohto lino moors
To II I'atil l,y tha I'aymaniara I rom aau
ttaico ila Cuba.
Washington, Aug. 17. Orders were
Issued to day directing the paymasters
who have been at Santiago to proceed at
once to Porto Kico to pay the troops.
General Miles did not want these pay
inaeter ami money hi nt to Porto Kico
from Santiago, fur fear they might bring
the yellow fever. I he surgeon general's
olllce d'iMs uot belli e there is any danger
For Itftler Wagaa.
St. Louis, Aug. 17. It is asserted that
7'Xi workmen in the allied building
tiades of St. Louis are out a a result of
the strike for better wages inaugurated
some time ago ami that the suspension
of work may spread.
liombay, Aug. 17 The bubonic plague
Is again epidemic. There were 103 deuths
olllclally reported last week,
llUclplas of Itlaraatona.
Saratoga, N, Y , Aug. 17. The Ameri
can liar association began Its annual
session here to-day. There was a large
attendance of distinguished members of
the bar from all parts of the country
The tuaxM of our Special
us (o oiler another. W have jusl received a iupply ol Full Jeweled
(ISjewcUl Nickeled Movements, absolutely accurate timekeeper.
Vt have lilted thee in Wuranied Gold Filled f-t, a sj r (
Cue and oiler I htm complrle lor Tfs S
Only a doien of them on hand. J X
-W allcr I.ADIliS W ATCMI S at KliUl CI:U HklCUS lor I'UW DAVS.--!
Leading Jeweler, RAILROAD
President Witlam Wirt Howe, of I-oulsl-ana.
made the annual address. The ad
dress of welcome was made by Chief
Justice Alton B. Parker, of the court of
AK1IKTI MtKM A CLAIM.
Ila Htalaa That II OflVrxt In Surromlrr
Hlluaall Mill lwaj llarlluail.
New York, Aug. 17. A dispatch to the
World eajs: Augustl claim that he
olTere.1 to surreiulor himself personally
to Admiral liewey len nay ago. Dewey
refused to accept his surrender miles he
sin rendered the city at the same time.
lie U;ld Augustl that if he had a good
chance to run away he bail no objection.
Augustl reunited ttie dernian to carry
hi in to llcng Kong.
If Augustl' story Is true it make It
all the more mysterious whv the Herman
consul denied to Consul (ieueral Wild-
man all knowldgi that Augustl was In
Hong Kong. He also denied that the
Kniserln Augusta brought him.
The Philippine Junta I delighted with
the news, and delegation after delegation
Is crowding the American consulate ten
It la Kmrt1 Tlicjr Aliaeknl tha Aiimr-
In Traurlite at Manila.
New York, Aug. 17.-A dispatch to the
Herald from Hong Kong says: It Is
rumored here that the Tutted (Hates
troop at Manila have had trouble with
the rebel forces under iten. Agulnaldo.
Accordu g to one accoiint.tlielnsurgeuts,
upou whom various restrictions have
been placed by Major (ieueral Merritt.
mutinied at not being permitted to have
noy share In the surrender of the city.
It Is reported that they attacked the
Americans In the trenches.
The I'lllfcrs of the Herman warship
Kaiser In Augusta are under Instructions
to give no Information about the bom
bardment, but It I freely stated that
there was a great loss of life on both
There are. a great number of steamers
here preparing to leave for Manila with
IVIM'O.VNIN Hf.l'l III.ICAN1
A Itrant Political Coavaullon Aaaamlilarf
Milwaukee, Aug. 17. The greatest po
litical battle In the history of Wisconsin
politic began to-day at 12:20 o'clock,
when the state republican convention at
the big exposition building assembled
for the selection of a full state ticket.
The Hiipport rs of (iov. Bcolleld and Hub
ert M. Lafollclte for governor expressed
Pari, Aug. 17. -In conformity with
the law passed April 7, lilt", M. Faure,
president, ha decreed that after Sep
tember 1, of the present year, a bounty
shall be granted ou retlned French na
tive and colonial sugar Intended lor ex
port, as follows: Per hundred kilos - first
grade, 2.4. francs; second grade, 2.77,
and third grnde, 3.11.
Making ait Kiruia,
Berlin, Aug. 17. Nord Deutsche Allge
melne Ztctung explains that the Kalsirin
Augusta, which brought away (ienerul
Augustl from Manila, left the harbor
after the surrender of the city and as
serts that the Spanish ollicers were al
lowed to go free, so (ieueral Augustl was
able to go whither he pleased.
(Iraml Kevlaw al Camp Thomas.
Chlckauiauga, Chattanooga Military
Park, (la, Aug. 17. -Heview at Camp
Thomas this morning wasoue of the
moet striking pageant of year. Forty
thousand men were la line. The crowd,
nearly Eo.oiio people, were enthusiastic
l.lfa t'nilerwrltara Mart.
Minneapolis, Aug. 17. The ninth an
nual convention of the National Associa
tion of Life Underwriter began to day
with an unusually large attendance.
President Howies delivered the annual
adilrees to day.
Washington: Aug. 17. Senator Cush
man K. Davis, chairman of the senate
committee ou foreign relations, has ac
cepted the tender of appointment a a
member of the Spaniah-American peace
Whaalar lu Command.
Washington, Aug. 17. lieu. Wheeler
was at the war department to-day aud
hail an interview with the secretary.
(Jen. Wheeler was requested to assume
command at Camp Hikoff until the ar
rival of lien. Shafter.
An Old I'aUMioliar Hanlrd.
A short time ago Otto Dieckinau
secured a pension for Mrs. Juana Maria
Montoya de Saiicln z, ami How that the
proper papers and vouchers have arrived
from Washington, Mr. Dleckmau is un
able to find the present whereabouts of
the old laly. She was stopping In
Ranchos de Atnsco aliout a )ear aud a
half ago, but she left that town some
time ago. bhe is to receive a pension of
Bareairu in T.lchta Ui! wek Induce
AVENUE, Albuquerque. N. M. B
t1 per month from January, 18IM. and
any proi knowing her whereaNuits
w juld confer a favor by so Informing Vr.
Thi morning. Hot McDonald, the
olllclating secretary of the Itrowns base
ball club, received a telegram from ("apt.
Crawford, of the Hants Fe club, stating
that the team from the capital would
reach the city Friday evening and play
the first gum at the fair grounds Satur
day afternoon. The visitor will remain
over aud try conclusion again with the
Drown on Sunday afternoon, ("apt.
M.)ke" Young, wheu shown the dispatch
this morning, jumped for joy, for his old
joints were getting rusty, and the pros
pect for giving them som good exercise
make hi in feel exceedingly "young"
WOOL Mill KINO IH SINKS.
Mr. Wilklnana Mm Jam lil,prd AK.OOO
I'oanila of Wool r.at.
The wool scouring plant is closed to-
day for the first time in eight weeks, the
simply of wool giving out. Large quan
tities or it are, however, already ou the
wav here from the Grants and In a day
or two the mill will present Its usual
.1 Mines Wilkinson, the manager of the
plant, has just shipped o2,ci pounds of
baled wool in two carloads to Phila
delphia, and If the wool already on the
wav rrom the west arrive in tune lie
will ship another 2o.(HK) pounds on next
Mr. Wilkinson state that business at
his place this season will compare favor
ably with last year. The wisd Is now
put Into Kiiare hales herore being shipped
Instead of being put Into long bag as
was the custom last year. This make It
possible to load three time the amount
on a car, thus making the transportation
expense much cheaer and the wool Is
sent the whole way by rail now wheress
formerly It wan necessary to ship it the
greater part of the way by boat.
Iirnppari From tit I'atmlon Roll.
K. Sherman, a veteran of the civil war.
has received a letter from Pension Coin
missloner Henry Clay Kvans saying that
he has been dropped from the pension
roll. Mr. Sherman I deaf, ami he. Lies
to.i feeble to do any Work, so he has been
largely dependent on his pension tor sup
port. Friends have Interested themselves
in his behalf and will en.levor to have
him reinstated on the rolls. It is under
stood that there have been some spies of
the pension department In thi city re
cently, and It Is probably doe to their re
port that Mr. Sherman was dropped, al
though the nature of their charges are
Person who know Mr. Sherman ay
that he Is deserving of a pensiou, ami tt
Is confidently expected that he will he
reinstated when matter are put lu a
right light before the department.
The university will open on Tuesday.
September H, and the promise now Is
that the attendance will be largr than
ever before. A larger number of mature
and advanced student may be expected
ThrfU new lalsiratories will be provided
and added facilities In other Hue It Is
earnestly desired that all who can offer
employment or board to student will
communicate at once with the president.
Tn-llay'e Harnalua at Tha Fair.
(lalvanlzd live-gallon pump oil can,
sold generally for 1.2.", at the Fair
Large sire Japanned bread boxes ac
cording to ir.e 3ir, 4o, and .Vic
Heavy tin, elegantly painted Inside
and out, tight fitting cliaiutwr palls.
uart tin buckets with cover, only. .. -ir
D 'l'p, large pie plate), two for lie
Funnels and fruit jar fillers, only r,c
Carload of fine ones just lu at Stimuli's.
('hasp Kataa to Cincinnati.
For the meeting of the G. A. It. tickets
will be sold oil September 1 and 2 to
Cincinnati and return for flu. 10. They
will he g'Msl for return until September
13, which limit may be extend until
October 2, IV.'.. They will he for con
tinuous pansuge oulr lu both directions
W. H. I HULL.
There will be a regular commuiilca
tioii of Teiutde beige No. (1, A. F. .V A. M.
at Vanillic hall to-morrow evening at b
o'clock sharp. Visiting breth-rn Invited
Hy or.ler of W. M. C. W . Medler, Sec
Jones, one of the volunteers eullsted
here aud sent to Whipple barracks with
Company A, passed through the city lust
night lu charge of a sergeant and two
privates, one of the privates being a son
of Col. MeCord. Junes Is partially in
sane, and he is being taken to the iiilli
tary asylum at Washington, D. C.
(ieueral Superintendent II. I'. Mudgi1
of the Santa Fe railway, and family,
with Divisiun Superintendent J. K
Hurley, came lu from the north lust
uight aud continued south a few minutes
later. Mr. Mu Ige aud family have been
enjoying their summer acutlou ou the
K.u 1 ecus.
Frank J. Kasley, of San Marcial, wai a
passenger going to Kansas City hut
uight. He was formerly division super
intendent on this division of the Santa
Fe, but the past year or so s ipi rin
leudeut of terminals of the MexicaU
Central at Tampico, Mexlce.
The faithful dog of John Oaks died yes
terday afternoon, no doubt the result of
eating a piece of poisoned meat. Mr.
Oaks is at present out lu the uiouiitains,
but Mis. Oaks Is In grief over the death
of her faithful dog friend.
Col. W. S. Williams and sou, W. A.
Williams, were passengers north bound
from Socorro last night, the former for
Santa F'e ami the Utter for the Colorado
state si'hisil of mini's at (ioldeu.
Mrs. F. Frank and baby, accompanied
by her sister, Miss iolette Strauss, lett
night on au extended vi-dl to relatives
and friends in Socorro, N. M., and Kl
Hlggest sale that has ever taken place
at the biggest store. Prices made that
oll never heard of. duly at the (ioldeu
Dry Hoods company.
J. L. Hell Co , the grocers, succeesors
to F. F. Trotter, are prepared to furnish
everything iu their Hue at the lowest
Prof. C. L. Ilerrick, president of ti e
l lilversity, has returned to the city from
a visit to Socorro aud Magdaletia.
Will Build tbs Most Formidable
The Corbett-McCoy rr'z: rifht to
For Fear of Yellow Fever SoUleri to Be
Removed From Key West.
COLONEL TO IT ABOUT BICOVItlD.
Chicago. Ang. 17. A special to the Chi
csuo Kecnrd from V a-hlnttou. I. ( ,
says: "The navy department will ai k
congress to antlv ri.e the construction ol
l he largest end most formidable bottle
ships and cruisers ailoat veesei without
equals In any fortign tl Ms aud lncom
parahly superior tn offensive power, apoed
sod endurance to any of the metiiliceit
ships which a few week. ago destroyed
t'ervera's squadron. 1 hi di cisinn wsa
reached nt a meeting of the naval hoard
if construction, and will be uraed upon
riiirress for pr ompt a"tlon, supported by
argument or u.e mosi c onvincing char
cter. The board, practically agreed to
beetn the design of three battleship of
lietween 111,' ")and I !.( tons displace
ment, with at least nineteen knots' main
tained speed. It was also determined to
recommend three tlrat-cla cruiser of
about 12.n ton and not less than
twenty two knots' speed.
TIIF I'HIB FIUIITI.H.
Corltatl Laavea for Saa Fraarlaro -Matnh
Will la foatponad.
New York, Ang. 17. George Consbllne,
nirtiiaiior for James J. Coritt, said to
lay that ( orliett hail made all arrange
ment to lee the city forHnu Francisco.
lie will he accompanied tiy his wife and
brother, Thomas. McCoy, It is said, Is
in the city, ami an effort will be made to
have the match between Corhelt and
Met oy postponed until the early part of
THK I'KI.K KllillT IIIMTONKU.
New York. Aug. 17 The Corbett-Mc
Coy fight ha been p'wtponed until a date
twlween Heptemlier 2.1 anil October 1 at
Ktiff'ilo. This we decided tiisin at a
'inference here to d ly between Win.
ray, representing McCuv. the Haw-
'home Athletic club, and li''. Cotisldlne,
Mr. loroett s backer.
TO lK IIKIIU:ll.
All Wall anil Coutalaxant Hol.llara lo
Laava Kay Waat.
Wcshington, Aug. 17. The eutgeon
general's oiIke haa decided to take ail
vell and convalescent men away from
Key West, so they will not be la danger
from an outbreak of yellow fever at that
Mull-tad Thatu lo Coat
London, Aug. 10. In the queen' bench
livision of the high court of justice to
lay Justice YUlitht aciiuitted Karl De La
Warr and Mrs. H road ley of the charge ol
ontempt id court In an alleged attempt
o Induce Krnest Terah Hooley, the bank
rupt company promoter, to falsify bis
avidence In the bankruptcy court. The
judge said, however, that both were
blameable, and he mulcted them lu coets.
COL.. JAV I.. TOHKEV.
li'Jurad In a Haraut Kallroad Wrrri,
How About Harovarail.
Jacksonville, Fla.. Aug. 17 ""ol. Jay
L. Turret, who was severely Injured In a
railroad wreck at Tupelo, Mississippi.
while en route here with his regiment,
ha almost fully recovered and to-day
took command of hi regiment. 'Hie
regiment came down 1 1 w lud-sir hotel In
a b idy, bringing the colonel's horse, ou
which he rode back to camp.
Naehvllle, Tenn., Aug. 17. The renib
lieaii state convention met to-day to
nominate a candidate for governor and
three candtdaten for railroid commis
sioners Ine convention will nomiuats
-amiiel W. Hawkins, of Hunting Ion, (or
OIIKAT Flltr: l III SSI A.
Tha Woratioiiaa ufaClly llmtroyail and
Man luuiataa llurnail
St. Petersburg, Aug. 17. A great lire
prevailed lact night ut Mil M-Novgorod,
alsjlit 2o() UiIIoh northeast of Moscow. I be
city workhouse was destroyed, Inmate
j'imilug from windows, and many being
mi i. '0 ami mailt in re liiiur"d. thirteen
bodies burned to a crb'p have already
been found lu the ruins and many of the
inmates are sun unaccounted tor.
I tlsi F ira A larm.
An alarm of lire was turned In from
'"K 2o ou the comer of llroadwat and
Wl.eidock at about 5 o'clock last liltfht.
I he Hlarm sounded by the mocking bird
whistle was not clear and the fire com
panies visited diflereiit parts of the city
prices until Sfptt-miier i si, whtn we uli.ill plate on sale the 1ar$;;iit
;nd be' t line uf Bo i'.s and t'hoej ever hrouht to Albuquerque,
lirinjj jour Repairing to us.
CEO. C. GAIMSLEY
Hill. OH UK KM t.llKW
SCC'C13l.. o V are aIreaer preparing to put in the finest and
for o mo, t complete line of goods for the holidays
ever displayed in our line in the territory, and from
o now until October 1st we will close out many lines now
o in stock absolutely below cost, as we would rather
o have the money to buy new goods. We offer this
o week our entire line of BELTS and GIRDLES at ex
O actly half regular price. Come and get them.
g lI IrW Leading Jewelry Mou of Q
C II He'o I? UA, the Southwest. 8
In search of the fire but without succeos.
There wa no fire In the vicinity of box
2.") o the alni iu wa a fale one. The
(ler-on who turned it In lias not yet been
During the sfarch for the (Ire the bo e
e rt of company No 2. broke down on th
corner of First street and Tijeras road
and I now laid up for repair.
l.t.TTFH FRO KMtOF.tNT HI Hit IS.
.1 l.rttar Wrlttan at Fantlago ila C'ntia an
July III, Hrralvail Hera VantarOav.
The following extracts are taken from
a letter wrlUen by Sergeant Itartlcl I
iiujhe at Santiago de Cuba on July I'.i;
" I he city eurreiidervd at hoop, July 17.
Captain Capron tired twenty-one shots s
a salule. Onr army was lined up on the
trenches and when 'Old (ilery'was raised
over the city we gave a cheer Ihit was
heard for mile.
'Him. Goldberg Is sleeping In mr tent
and .ks like a ghost. He wa shot In
ihe side. He ha the bullet and Is iroitii
t.i tiike It heme with him.
"I have sad news for Mr. and Mrs.
Neltleton. liny Kudsley died yesterdav.
He whs taken sick with the fever on
Sunday and lived only a week, (itiv had
a little bible which I Intended to get ard
sand back, but it wa burned up with Irs
"I his I a living hell. I have the aifiie
so bml right now that I can hardly write.
n net) tney marcn us in tne heat of the
lay tne men faint bv Ihe roadside. Onlv
those who have lived In a tropical
country can reallxe the humi lity of the
" I here I talk of lis going back to the
Colted Hta'e. I believe I would cry for
joy at just one glimpse of our native
As stated above the letter was written
at Santi 'go de Cuba ou July 1.1. It was
eceived nere yenieraay.
COI'NTV M IIOO I. MA1TKKH.
saeoml Taarhara' F.iamlnatlon May ha
llalil SYhooU Opaa Halt Month.
County Snperinteiidei.t B F. Perea
slates that he Is receiving a number of
Inquiries from teacher Inquiring when
tiie next teachers' examination will tuke
place as they did not hear of the last one
although it was published la papers
several (lavs before It wa held. Ihe
superintendent wish- to announce that
unless a sulll'lent number of teachers
want to Is examined, no examination
will be held and those Wishing to attend
will please notify him at once so that If
there I a sullictent number arrange
mriilM call be made Immediately for
holding the examination. This will be
last one held this year.
Superintendent rerea haa appointed
the following gentlemen a school direc
tors: At Knricho de Atrisco, Hon.
t'oltcarpio Armlio vice Lux Armlio.
resigned; at San Iginicin, Nicolas Ibr
rera and Kpifanlo Chaves vice Tiotllo
I'andelaria and llalente Mare, resigned.
The county school at Ifemailllo.
Rarela. Duranes, Old Albuquerque, and
Hancho de Atr'ero will lie opened on the
first Monday In September and It Is
believed that there will be a full attend
ance of scholars from the start.
New York, Aug. 17. Copper, 10 d.
Hllaar ao4 tv.
New York. Aug. 17. Silver, ull'v. Loud.
tl.Hu. Castings 1U'4.
New York, Aug. 17. Money on call
strong at lutl'' per cent. Prime
mecantile paper, 34(1 per cent.
VhlnafO (train Market,
Chicago, Aug. 17. Wheat August.
'I'.i'hC; Sept., firi'e.
t orn August, 31 'e; Sept., 3i;4e.
Oats August, 2(i'Bc; Sept., 20';
Chicago Hloiik Markat,
Chicago, Aug. 17. Cattle Kecelpts.
Id.otKJ bead; market, steady to strong.
Heeve. f4.l;x(D mi: cow and heifers.
t2'(4 M; 'i'exa steers, 3.'i'il 30;
westerns, fd Olid 4.7(1; stockers aud feed
rs. i:t. I 3D.
Sheep Kecelpts, a.'KK); market steady
to UK', lower.
Natives, t.t.'jrintl mi; westerns, t3.Cit
(.70; lamlis, H 2-,n'.i'i
Hanaaa City Markat.
Kansas city. Aug. 17. Cottle He
elnls. 7.0XKI; market steady; to strong.
N ative steers, i.i iV !(." oil; Texas steers.
t. ink.il.Uu; Texas cows, 'i.2.t3 tio;
lalive cows ami heifers, t'ioo.u4.7u;
ilM?kers and feeders, J 3 ookjo.'Jo; bulls,
Sheep Keralpt. S.OiKl; market firm.
I.amtis, .l.7.'."iii.oo; muttons, t-.'-.t
Omaha I Mill Markat.
OuiBha, Aug. 17 Cattle Kecelpts,
i.resi head; market, active and steady
Native beef steers.fl HH.iVl: western
stears, 1 (iOiiiI i'; Texas steers, $3 f0nf
I do; cows and heifers, f:i 2.enllo;
canueis 1 eloi kers and feeders.
3 ;i)( lri; bulls, slags, etc., f 7HI 1X1.
Sheep Iteceipta, I.Kiki; market active,
Fair to choice natives, f3.'XiU4 7"i; do
westerns, common, $3.oii(r,
Lambs, l fKVdi'i.Oii.
II I ....
a i ii our su'iiiiut Looiit in n s,
L'ldif.s' and C'liildrt-n's Sl,ocs. 'I
a'l Butnmcr iroods we shall offi-r
f our Tan and C'lioi ol.itc Shoes,
si.i- and fylc, at reaty rtduii-d
Kelialjif Htior Ifi-hlrrp,
123 8. Second St.
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Fifth Week of
We will soli this week and as long as the lots last
H LAN' KICI'S, LADILS' VLSTS, DKKSS CJOODS, SILKS AND TRIMMINGS
We guarantee that our prices are one half of what you can ohtaiu the same goods elsewhere.
Mail orders fil'ed same dav as received.
B.'ILFELD & CO., Proprietors.
r'.'. ?;i ;Ii y.: its,
r. The Latest
Iii Stripes anil Checks, full 3(1 inches wide.
1. G and 25 Cents l3ci Yard..
Leon B. Stem & Co.;
220 RAILROAD .AVENUE.
Cold Band Hem
Gold Band Breakfast Bacon.
Gold Band Chip Beef.
Gold Baad Boiled Ham.
Hint, in neautli' M'k4rtL
New ntork of Brick lid Amerleiiu
Vcnprt tmitrnw Import' SwIkb
If you v-Biit to put up frulU one our
Holm iV Co. I'lcklliiK V lin'Rar.
Imve 10 VHrlotlcn of Mora nd Java
('offios, from 2) cnnti to 50 rents ier
Our ntork of (Jrocorlcs U oomnlete ml
our prion tint lowest.
The Jaffa Grocery Co.
Ill SOt TH SIXONO STKI'.nT.
Halaa T.t-llajr Will Itrltin 4?aalulitara T,-
Ml lotttbur colrn 1 (Hi
Collnr pmlx '.Vie
tiiilvnnlzHl Iron tubn (V) anil lv
MixhiI pHlut, per iriillon $1 40
Juw A l,a.
Itmtnurunt, 115 Hallriiml avenue. Open
ilny anil all nlKbt. bbort ontern.
Kutrelle. corner (lobl ami Klrt Ntreels
will nell you fiHHl wall pnper at Vie
'miiiie roll ami op.
All Pattern. 10 and lie
Tlao X3ont Xllxtcscl S3toro
Compare these Prices:
I. v;) v7. ',rf
I.ii.ll.- I.UIn I ln. ii.l Itililii il M'M-i that -"I'l lli tn .'AX'.
I.ailii'i 'Hiiii' Si'i k Kililu'il i'.H that Huhl up In :(..!.
Iali"i Itiminl Si i'k Itiliht'il i -Ulliat miiIiI lip tu H..C.
I.iiilii-i Ni-rk, limi t nIi'I'M ii'-iU that mihl up tu ;!.",(.
In all rnlm-1 ami all hi.cs whili tln-y l.i-l, only I'.'r rurli.
Km I'liihln n it 1 1 I iiiUm". a
-kill". L'nUIH all. I lIlUNM'l-.
hihli rii' K'ih ui niri'lv inailii
tu ."i' '.
t liililiriM -kn l-iiii'. lv iiiaili-uiiil
I h 1 1 . 1 1 1' n .I I aw i-1 - ini'i ly iiiaili -
l.V, '.',. I'ai'h.
I hllilii'ii -iii imp-, niri'lv liiit.li'
ti iiiiiiiiiil;, nil up tu h w.aiat
re.) ai rei W
? Ms ;lt ?ti ?!'. ?ft ?!i .t. it: i'i &.
v,i V,i f4 v, ., v,i y,t ;, vj y,t
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THE SULPHUR SPRINQS
WASON & TRIVtBLO, Prop.
Th brat equlootJ trr-wrkly four-borM tf in th Southwut. From Tbora
tna to th i imm Sulphur Sorinn In the )tttux Mountains. Lcavt Tboratoo
Tuadayt, Tburtdayi and Ssturdiyi at u m. arrive at Bland 12 noom leave
Bland at I p. m. and arrive at Sulphur, at S p. m. SUe rdurnt from Sulphur,
on Mondays, Wcdneidayi and Friday. P art in leaving Albuquerque on Satur
day can tpend Sunday in the mountain.
Round Trip Ticket for Sale by
W. L. TRIMBLE &
iiLLiiiJimiiiimiJiiMiiiimiiiJiimiiimtHijmiii in una
E. J. POST & CO.,
Wc Carry a Full Line of Buckeye Mower Repairs. Thomas All-Steel
Easy Dump Hay Rakes. Milburo and Studcbaker Wagons
Write for Prices. Mail orders given prompt attention.
ALL KINDS OF
Book and Blank Work
.A.T CITIZE3ST BISTIDEIY.
THE ECO m ST
Kailroad Avonne. Albuqncrqae,
J.eiiitiiibpr '"Economy" of itself is a rrcat in
toiiio. W, tho Economist, are daily helping
you to make that income by giving you Dry
(Jooilsvaliiesat pricos below those that others
Jind Hlow about.
A iii-w Inn' of Kluniii'l
ctt HraiiinTH jnt rt
I'riM'il in all tin' ni'W fall
riilnr't nli'i'ly nniilc, full
H iiltliiiinl iiii'rlv triinini'il
Willi lillliil. 'I III')' Wl'IC
lii.utr'it tnii'll. I.J.". ilili
wn k wii I'liii'i' on -iiIh in
ili.i'ii uf tlii'in ut only
l.i m I'lirli.
linn ju-t ii'i'i.cil in
iiinl triinini'il at
1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 .- I at ''.r carli.
uinl triinini'il ut I11!'.
with turk-i anil lac
Ci"c ami 70c.
rfi ?. ? ! t
y,t 5; vv v,i v,f y,t i:t i; v,f
Opposite the Old
Lstabli.sh merit I
CO., - Albuquerque
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Day as Received
In tho Citv.
A l. mt 15 pIcctH uf 27-iiifti KinliruiiliTy Klnmit'iiiK Hint
"ulil lip tu .il u yiinl. Wi lire I'limiiiK tlnw nut ut
only iiiK" it yard.
lluy llu'iii now aiul (iii'pare fur tin rainy ncihuii hi
ri:i'li inif. H i' liaii' Ju-l orn- du.i'ii in -iiv-i id, lui'hi'H
tu 54 Inchi'.H lung nt it Hp.'i'lal price uf ll.ilj cai h.
Si'i- wiinluw ili-play. un, rmvUiiiK new curlaim
ami l-li tu I'ln-i'iiiit what c Ii.uh and lu unli-r tudu ku
hate luaih' " ial piiiv mi saiin-.
Nu. I, h haM- It pun uiir regular Hue t'lirtaiu Hpcciul,
Nu. 7114, unly s pair uiir ri'jjiilur hue curtain i'cinl,
Nu. I7,iiiiIv lliairuiir ri'irular SMic curtuiii wpcciul, 7.V.
Nu. 71, only 7 pair our n-ttuhir 1.25 I'lirt.un Hpwial,
Nu. 77, niily M pair uiir n tfiilur JI.Im curtain spwlul
1. 4 pair of liutt.'il Swi" cuitaiin, sliirlitly wiled from
ln'in ili-iphni'd, .nir n yular :i..i cui laiii, tu cli-c tliciii
nut take tin 'in fur fl.'jo ii pair.
Chenille Stand and Table Cuwrs.
1 yd iiaic or 4x1 si.' cln'iiiHc cuwh, ipccial, only
I'j yd inuarc or tixl si.c clu'iiillc cuvcn, special, only
2 d iimrc or sxl i.i chenille covers, special, only
1 hesf chenille covers are all nice pattern mid nicely
woven yimils and are greatly reduced in price.
All uiir fane Silk Tara-uls in fancv culms, white or
Hack, go at actually one-hall luaiked price.