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The Dally Citizen. lit th Utut Ulrgram and reaches ti ttitn w'Ur thin .... ANY OTHHB PAPA 1 All War Nw Frith from lti nrlr try aficmona id lh . . 13aa.ll?- OltlaMt, BB5G VOLUMK 12. AI.UUQUI-KUUli, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 2.1, 1000. NUMBER 2(.r. rm ALBTJdUEMUE SLY ZEN. SUPREME LODGE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. In Session at IndianapolisThe Order Financially Embarrassed. THE CUBAN MILITARY ImltannpolK Ang. 23 Th miprmn lortgn of tha Knight of Pyihlaa organ It biennial aemion thl morning. TliMgl In poor tlnaix-lal comlt tlon, hariua Ihm than lln.imu on haiel, and noma of th merutwia ariy crlti nwMj Ih prom-nt miprem otllrxrit ami tlie charg fouml thlr way Into t li prow, raining grat ariHatton. fhHiuipreiii Mg thl afternoon ap points! instigating co umlttw to arertaln who furnlnliwl th rhargea to th paper, ami It In th lntntlou to x ll tli offenritng ninilxr4 from tli onler. It in th lntentlou of th ollleer to liv pawMHl attha beginning of arh u prem loilif meeting an appropriation I 111 mmlllar to IiIIIh pawed by con grew. A tai will be levied on each member of tli orlr. There are about 43,ot)0 Htrangnrs In tli r-ity, of whom M.OiK) are In nnlform. 'In Pythian paraitn Oil afternoon win w ituPHKed by 'i&.lKK) people. I'KAl'K VONttlHHIOM. Tha Momhoro Will bo Annitunroit lerl nlloljr Thla Work. Washington, Auk. 33 -It 1 onileretood He preelilent will he reaily to annouiire the pertionell of the pearooinnilieiton tie fore the clone of the present mk. The member definitely rfrrhlcd uimui are be l; vwl to he Herretary Hav; tfenator liavla, i r MluiiPHota; Senator Krye, of Main, M'til probably Juxllce White, of the I' alted Stales giiprema court. OHIO llEMOCKttV. Hlter Falllig llalwean L,.Mlra for Con trol of llio Calllral Cuuiuilttoo. Iiayton, Ohio, Aux. 2:i r.tllnilnnry ni"i'tliilfi of the (Ikiii'MTiiUc etatn convfii tlon were held to day. Tht rontrnt for Uie control of the state central commlt ti hae booiue Intenxely bitter b tweeii the leaderi) of th faclioiiH, Joseph A. HowIIiik and Allen O. Meyere. lHwl lim repreeente Ki CoiKtre 'Hinan Sorir, a riMiUdate for (tovernoror. The frlemle of K Senator Hnce are working with l)ow ling for control of the organization. 'I he friend of Mclean, Horace, Chapman and nihr are un the other aide. Both fun tiona claimed ronUdeiitlv a nmj ritr of twenty-cue I he cougretMioiial ilihirlcu. tub n.Ao or rKKKiiim. Tho "Blr and Slrlp" KalMMl tin tho llawallau Inland. Washington. Aug. 3.-The ofllclal an i ouuvemeiit of the raising of the ('lilted Slates (lag on the Hawaiian Island wus momentarily expected to di:y. 1 lie slate l enartment yesterday received a dispatch from Minister Sew e! I, dated August C, Hon 'Uliclng that the lg would be raised Aiicust 12. The press dispatches say that the ceremony occurred ou that date. TI1K KI.AIl RAIXKI) Washington, A in;. 'i3 The stale dn i.hitninut has rece'.v.J the following fmin lite Minister Scwell, Hawaii: "Honolulu. Aug. IS. The Hag was rained ou Krtduy, August vi, at noon. Tlie ceremonies of trauefcr prisluced an excellent Impression." AiiriMiu rim nimiikiis or 'Kmllieul Couilutit In llallle" In tl In- uano-Auierlrnuo Vsr. Wa-lilliiiton, Aug, '.': The president t day advanced the following live iiiim lirsehchlil the navy for "eminent and (iti-plcuous conduct lu battle": Lieu tenants Benj feppan and Thomas M. Itruuihy, and Kusigus Harry It. Caldwell i.i. I W m. 1'. Scott, and Navul Cadet Win. II. White. liilernallnnal miiuilf ln. (J iebec, Canada, Aug. i.i To-day the Cri meeting of the International com mission wa called to order at the parlia ment building. Nothing was done be yond the preliminary work of organiza tion. MT.AKI.Y FATAL Al l UIKMT. tlls.'0 llurko Narrowly t.mmp Uoalh hy a Itunaway, At about Hi o'cl- ck this morning while Wallace Burke, the lauchman from s mill t f town, was alaudilig ou his wagon and dealing out vegetables to Mime customers on north Third street, Ins ti-Hlu became (lightened by a couple of noisy boys racing down Third street, and ru away. Mr. Ilurke was thrown from the wagon, fell under the wheels iiiid wis run over. Ih. team ran into a telegraph post wilh Hie wagon, from which they ch ared tin uoe-lve and llieii continued ou their 1 1. Hit career. Mr Hiu lie wan badly bruised but the ixtent of his injuries is not known. He wi.s taken to his father's residence oil weet Coal avenue where ltr. Wroth was called. To Almudon Camp Thomas. Chickauiauga. Aug 2:1 The war de partmeut has ontensl Hen Breckiurldge to abandon Camp Thomas and many regiments have neeu ordered to slate capl tuls. Others will be sent to Knoxvllle Tenu., Lexington, Ky., and lluutsvllle, Ala. MISSOI Kl lir.l'l III H ANS. The l.ariel and Mont HariiMinloua Con- vrullon Now In nrMlon. St. l.ouls. Mo.. Aug. 2.1. The republl can state convention, which met here to day, waa the largest aud most harmonious ever assembled 111 Missouri, more mail thoiiNHiid delegates beinif H resent I r Kuill Bratorlous. eilitor of the SI. Imls Westltc he I'ost. the lenusirary chairman predicted the success of the parly at the mimmiiiiijmiiiiHiiiiiiiiJiiiiiiiiiJiiiuiiiiriirariTm gPECIA L OFFER.... Till tuccM of our SpcUl ui lo oiler Another. hive jurt received a supply oi rull leweua (15 JewcUl Nickeled Movements, absolutely accurate tinukeepen. U'e bAve lilted lh in U'irrinied Gold 1' tiled rts Q Q Cans sod oiler them complete for JT Tj : - Only a doten oi tbem on band. ' H irWl oNr LAUIliS' W A fClltS at COHMISSION MUUT. r iming election. Mayor Henry Zlegen- hi'lin, on behalf of hit. I.onla, welco d the deigate ami declared nnrtlugiihoiild never be taken down where It once had been relied. The eeiitlineiit met with almoNt nntverual approval, Judging from the oullmrnt of applane. Kg-ftnvernor Ikoori. Manchenter. N. H , Aug. 23. Moody farrier, a former governor of New llauip 4iire, diwl this ailernoon. THU I.IKK IS. .lemalca Wool. I l.lko to Awl to tho I nllrd SlnlM, Kingston, Jamaica, Ang. 2U. -Col no I .lent with the Vest Indian sugar confer nee assembly at Harbadoes, Heptember :i. for the purpose of protesting against the sacrlllce of the colonies, Jamaica is priparing a plebiscite to the Krltish trlininent, reipieHting permisHion to en deavor to arrange for annexation to the I tilted states. The promoters of th movement are endeavoring to secure In' ter colonial conieraUon but are not de pending upon It. Ct HAN MILIfAHV COMMISSION. Tho Membors Meet nt WsebliiKton and TalK Over Ooneral featuros. "i asMiigtou, Aug. 23. Admiral Hamp son and Mnj ir (ieneral Butler, members of the Ciiliaa military commission, held an extended conference to day With Assistant Secretary of State Moore. lien. Made, tho other member, has not -.rrived. The purpose of the conference was to talk over the general features of the forthcoming work of the commission. I he Dual Instructions will lie completed in about two days and given the com mlHsloners in strict coiilliience tor their uersoiial luldauce. Ihe Cuban commission will sail ou the f.th of September, according to present calculations, on the New 1 oik, Sampson a Hag hiu. If she can be made ready In time. Sampson says the mlues will be re moved in the Havana harbor before the commission enters. Will Do IhihiI To-Mormw. Washington. Aug. 23. It is expected that the ordrr for mustering out Iuo.khi men of the volunteer force will be Issued to morrow. HTIlkNOTHKM.su THK HAW. furpnla Boat Dulroyers and Torpodo IIumU to Ita Hullt. Washington, Aug. 33 The navy da partmeut oaued bids to day for sixteen torpedo boat destroyers and twelve tor pedu boats, to cost not to exceed tlil.tMXi, . as tirovliled by lant naval approprb atiou act. Tlie-ie constitute the largest slnirle addition ever made to the navy. I lls Dids, plans, etc., were piled several feel high. Home depart iiieut otll'ials thought it will take two weeks to get the lilds fulli tabled. Coiiaraliilwttnua KncelvtHl. Washington. Aug .23 liipatches came :r ill Admiral Dewey and Major Heneral Merrill to-day, ackuowledglug the prenl lout's congratulations ou the tall of Vlaulla. eu.K SOI.UIKRH. Trealilent MrKlnley Will Vli.lt MouU.uk I'olut aud keo for Himself. New York, Aug. Zi. Bright, clear weather has done uiuiili tor the sick sol diersat Montauk l'oint. Many soldiers left to day on sick leave. 1 lis transport Leon arrived last night, and Dr. Magru der found IM sick ou board. I r . Kor wood rcDorls over a thousand patiente In the general hospitals to-day, and -110 were sleeping ou the thair, there being no cols for them. Acconuug to tne beet in formatlou Bresideht McKinley will go to Montauk sootier than he Ural expected, as he is anxious to see for hiuioell the oou Ittion of the men. room! Oullly. Memphis. Teun., Aug. 23. The Dfth trial of A. K. Ward, charged with forg lug notes of nearly a quarter million of lollars, refilled to day lu a verdict guilty and the defendant was sentenced to three years Imprisonment. An linimrtaut lleni. Newport. R. I . Aug. 23. Whitman won the national lawn tennis champion ship today by defeating Davis. AN IOWA I KIM K, A rather Kill. IIU Wira nud Uaiiahte and Then ltlmlf. Chariton, Iowa. Aug 23. William M Newell, a merchant of Kussell, shot an killed hhiifi'lf. wife and daughter, young girl 10 years old, last night. The "on. 31 years olil, was away alien. img me liuiaha expmlliou. Kiuauclal troubles were the cause. Terrllle Italu atorin. Iron Mountain, Mich., Aug. 23. This section was visited by a lerrlllc raiu storm last night which continued for eight hours. The basements of nearly all Stephenson avenue business blocks were Hooded, ruining thousands of dol lars worth of goods. Many washouts are reported on the Northwestern railroad. Two men are reported killed by light ning Over twelve inches of raiu fell. liankera In Hliill. Denver, Aug. 23 The American Bank ers' association's twenty-fourth annual meeting couvened here to-day. Kive hundred delegates are present. I'resldent Joseph C. llendrix. of New York, read the auiiual address, lie said hard times were BargAim In Wilchti but wk induc KI UlCl:l) fKliliS lor a I Lw UAYS. pintiti. Mo romnini!i t tin rir-ful ' n-'dHtnli'iii nf (hp a-"'iatlnn th our. !!' florin Mil tiroii.ir.'d hy th" C"ni ml-Inn appolnteil at th liulliiriapnlli monetary e. nintlon, ami ttir notn reports irownlHil. Won lY Two lantln. Now York, A ne. '2A Martin wttiathe Kutnrltr xtnko l two leonHm. 1 1 1 1: h !' Br ppoiiiI, Mr. liny mini. Urn 1:12 2 o. NICKNras INt'HKAiNO. among the American Rolillfira Mow In Porto Kilo. I'once, Aug. 23. Illneee amorg the Amerlcau troop Is on the Increase. There are now nearly a thmieand cx-iei of malaria and dyaetitry, with few I tTiihnli! fever cases. There Is absolutely no recuperation property in the climate nd mirgeou iteneral lireenleaf urgently reenni mended the elck be sent north as ratildly as piwmlhle. It Is reported there Is yellow fever at San Juan bnl Huigeon General lireenleaf'e advice do no con- arm the rumor. (II K BRITISH l Ol slNS. Tlie tloyernnr nf Hons Kong Reoelyes an Oifler from Knalanrf. Washington, Aug 2:1. Ambaisailor Hay, In a cablegram to the slate depart ment received this afternoon, says the British government has directed the gov ernor of Hong Kong to accept Admiral liewey's application r r permission to lock and clean his ships at Hong Kong. OFFICIAL REPORT. Gen. Merritt Sends HU List of Killed, WounJeJ and Dealbi. TBI MANILA CAKFAICg. Washington. Aug. 23. Adjntant flen- era! Corbin this alterurain received the following from General Merrill, which is Hi list of the tilled, wouniled ami deaths enlisted In his command since August 1: August 2-hilled: Uads, William l, private, company K, Klrst Nebraska. V) ounded severely: Duncan, John p.. private, company K, Klrst Nebraska; Connor, Lawrence 1'., private, company ., hirst Nebraska; llanseu. tieorge, rivate, company A. Klrst Nebraska; w Ickham, M in. A., private, company A, Klrst Nebraska. Woumlid slightly, three. August 6 Killed: Met ami, Robert, private, company (', Fourteenth Infantry; Howell, Samuel r ., private, company U, Fourteenth infantry; l.auer, Clements, piivate, company K, Twenty-third lu lantry. Hounded, severely Head, Clamle r ., musician, company A, Klrst Nebraska; auibert, Clinton, private, company ( , Kourteenth lufautry; Snow, Lucius, pri vate, company l, Kuurteentn Infantry. Wounded slightly, tour. August I.I wounded eevernly: New man. Kenton r., private, company t, Iwenty-thlrd Infantry: Smith, Joseph, private, company C, Iwenty-thlrd in fantry; Turk, Richard 1, private, coin- iauy C. 1 weniy-ihirn intantry; nayden Ihomas. private, Astor battery; Carleton, Marvin, sergeant, company K, Thirteenth Mluuesota; H illiams, Henry K., corporal, compauy H, Thirteenth Minnesota; crowl Krank M private, company (i, l iiineentii Minnesota; I.ltlle, Charles, private, com pany K, I hlrteeutu Uiuuesola. bllghlly wounded, thirty. Allied as the nsult or wounds received In action: Vwntleld, ( hariee, private, company II, Third artillery, August 3; Suyder, Is, company K, leuth t'euusyl vanla. August J; Mciiratn, John A., lat tery II, Third artillery; Dunstore, John private, rirst i aiiioruia, August m; Dunn, Charles, private, Astor battery, August lo; Kurslon. Charles, sergeant company H, Ihlrteetilh Uluuesola, Au gust Pi; riioenix, cnaries, private, com p iny I, Klrst Culorado. Died in tne hospital as resim oi ais ease: f.vana, n m. J., sergeaut, company II . Hirst Nebraska, July 21. Nicholas, Daniel J., private, company II., Kirsl California, July 2iith. Johnson, Kdgar .1., private, coinp iny D., Second tlregon July 2Mb. Berdlue, Mailer, private, comuauy K., Twenty third Inlantry, July 31st. Robesiuao, Wm. 1)., hospital corps, August 2nd. faden, Leslie 11., private, coiimany K, Ihlrteeiilh Minnesota. Aug i'.h. I'erklns, tieo. B , prlvatn. company B., Klrst California, Aug. 7th. liulbrook Kufus R., private, company (', Second Oregon, August lo. Young, Kdward C, private, company A, Second Oregon, Au gust II. Kirn, Philip, miudcian, com pany it, August U. Howard, Nelll, pri vate, hopltal corps, August 14. Mlnnlch, Lemy S., private, company C, Klrst W o- mlng, August lo. Dickson, Henry, pri vate. Thirteenth Minnesota, August 18 Sergeant, Thomas II , private, hospital corns. August 11. Sanders, William, Au gust 17. l'ratt, Sidney, private. Thir teenth Minnesota, August Is. Joliblmg, Arthur, private, company II, Klghleeuth Infantry, August m. THK WASHINGTON M INK, The Ili-Ulon nf Lower Court Alllrmo.1 liy Huprouio Cuurt. A telegram from Santa Ke to day states that the supreme Court has settled the celebrated Washington mine case, by af tinning the decision of Judge Collier utven alsitit two years ago. Ihls val uabls iiroisrly of the Cochill district I been more or less tied up by litigation since Its discovery lu lv.i3. True, the uresent holders have been at lilierty I work It, and have taken out and shinpei many carloads of rich mineral, but dnl not care lo develop it extensively unli the litigation was over. The owners ol the Washington are all residents of thl city and it is understissl they will now simiii commence the erect lou of a lift) -ton (ilant to treat the Washington ore ail that also of the two valuable extensions, the North Slur and the Sunny South. TheCochitl mines are daily showln their true value, and as litigation ceases they will sism be turning out btillioii P surprise the world. W. H. C. Iluket l-lciilo At Camp Whltcomb ou Sunday, Augiis h. lickels ou sale at Mrs. V hit-on and Mrs. Delaney's, tl for round trip Carriages will leave Whitsoiis at o'clis'k in the moriiing, sharp. Mrs. A M 1'a.bliK'k, secretary. nr!ntr Wanted. At the new Scottie building on south Kirsl street lo morrow moruing. Apply to J. Y. Monads. Ask our wrtplsT customers hew the like our goisls. They will tell you the) are ail right and "awfully cheap." They are cheitper now than ever. Rosenwald Bros. The electric fans now operated lu Sun ta Ke route dining cars are desirable and seasonable accessories to an already uu surpassed service. While parasols, all silk, only 85 cents ill General Merritt Needs No More Troops in the Philippines. Tbe Spanish Government Decorates French Ambassadors, Woikmeo Killed by tbe Will of a Tunnel CxtIdj io od Them. AMKRICA fILGIlMAOl roSTroglD. Chli'AJO. Ave. '1 A stwlsl to the lines Herald from Washington eave: lien. Merritt has sent word to tbe depart men! thai be needs ho more troops. Ihe tatemi nt was in response to an Inquiry. and the president accepts It as au aur ance that the American e iiiiitander has the Klllpplnoe under control. THK 1'HK.sibKM l'LfA.kl. Washington, Aug. 23 The full .wing is been sent to Deueral Merritt at Ma- I Is: "The president Is glad to know ii have ample force. Keep only such hip as you may require for transports Ion purposes. Kvery provision will be made for the health of your command, and comfort of your elck. You are au thorized to use any transport ihlpe for hospital purposes, and he naval hospital at Hong Kong an be utilized for tbe soldiers lu case of necessity. The troops of your entire command should be In camp or quarters a you decide. The question of return- ng any troop can only o decided on after the ratification of the report of the peace commission, which cannot be for ime weeks, even months. All transports uot needed for the Immediate use of your command should be ordered to San Fran cisco as soon as possible. The Hcandla has been furnished as a hospital ship." HK( ORATIONS CONf RHKRII, md Prenrh Amhaasndors by the Madrid Oovorainant, Madrid. Aug. 23. The olllcial Gazette publishes this morning a decree confer ring decorations upou M. Camlion, the Kreiich ambassador at Washington; rat- ntore. the Kreiich ambassador at Mad id, and Del Casse, the Krench minister f foreign affairs. Another decree lo ap point Spanish military commissioners for Cuba and 1'orto lUoo. Railing bolnyod. I'onee. Porto Rico. Aug. 23. The de parture of (Ieneral Miles, wln was to sail to-night on tho New Orleans, baa been lelajed. roNiTivrx rAi.sie. H. MrLui Oanlos That Ho Is to Surcood aoervtnrj A Iyer. Washington, Ang. 23 Tbe statement ubllehed In the Cincinnati Times-Star that John H, McLean would not Interest himself lu the Ohio democratic couven Ion, lscanse he waa to succeed Alger, on UcKlnley'a cabinet, was an error, as the Mowing rrom Bar liar nor snows: "1'iease deny In most positive terms the Htatemeut or the 1 lines-star. "J. R. Mi LKaN ' WOKKHKN IIKtll. ratal Cnvo-ln of tho Wall of a Tnnnal on tho Fan Hanoi. Pittsburg. Aug. 23. hlght men were killed. Ave more Injured, two fatally, In the Carnegie tunnel of the Chartists di vision of the Pan Handle railroad last iiluht br the wall of the tunnel caving In uu the workmen, iieao: jonn Jones, .reman: Kelix Mills, laborer, and six unknown foreigner. KKAK ADMIRAL MCIILRV. Ho U Huir.rlna- from Norvoua T ihaualli.n - Heltor To-lay. Westport. Conn., Aug 23. Rear Ad miral Schley, who has been Indisposed at lie resilience or W. H. norlley. in sou ii law, was much improved this morn im. lis is suffering from tiervoim ex laustlon. Schley will go to Haslilngtou to-morrow, If possime. AMKKICAN ril.OKIWAOI To Koni Has llaon loatenel on Account of tho Poe llaallli. New York. Aug. 23.-A dispatch to the Herald from Rome says: Tbe AnvrlCiii oilirrluiuire has been iKhituoued until Oc tober. The state of the pope's health will not permit hi receiving the pilgrimage at present. MIOIIT fltl-.K DICK SVOHK. Ainarlran Correapondanta Kafuaad l.and- lu at Havana. llavunit, Ang. 23. Authorities dwllned to allow the landing of American cor- repoiideiitH. who arrived off the harbor from Santi igo. (ieneral Blanco alleged that the preeence of newspaper cor respondents prior to thsarriyul of the HURHY UP! II ou w nut Any oi' ml Tin S!i; s, Tllf )Llli anil whi n m know llnir itiinuiiiicrd tin' ilin of ntiifs sold iiiiiny, luit wo liavi L'oods lt-(t i't ;ind some th oji ts the pit k of M yli's Men's, Wntii 'ii' lic.ivv itmmIs. itid Children's, Iking your R-.-p ii in to us. GEO. G. GAINSLEY 14.11. limiKHa blVK sj.li-.ldid Jfjf lli st here V c are st-U inf OCKXXCKXjOOXXCKDOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Special.. fnr WE are alreaey gthiS gWeek. Belts 2 and Girdles u . . ever displayed in our line in the territory, and trom 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 of BELTS and GIRDLES at ex at Half Price. actly half regular TT TJr Ladine Icwtlry HouK of from th I'nlti d lb work of the M ii.s might prejudice lb commissioners while discussing toe peace details. Trrt.irll Pair Nole. Secretary Crawford has written to a number of fair exrts In eaetern cliiis t gel pointers on novelty attractions fi r th fair hern Th Intention is In htvo a in tiiher of bright new things on ex hibition this year which have not ben on the program of the fairs In years Ph. as soon as the answers to these iters are leceivcii tne couiuiiiiee on ot.rsm wlil prepare their report and a 1st f the prites will be publisbul. Kour base ball cluhs. Including Leal Till, Colo., have already nivln appllca tlon to enter the base ball tournament. It H also probable thit KI Paso and I'rescott will be here with clubs. All the race horses C at have takn pirtlu the Colorado state circuit will take i it t in Ihe races here, i he tare meet at Rocky Kurd will be held Aug' at J'.i. .-to. H 1 and September I and the meets at Im Junta an 1 Trinidad dur lug the two following weeks when th circuit will be completed and th horses "hipped here. Secretary ( raw ford also hv aisu anc that there will he a string it fast horses here from Montana, Pollen Conrt New. Bill Smith and Hill Jones, who were arrsted for lighting, were lined ii apleot hy Justice Crawford thl morning. The line In Smith's case was remitted. Slug le, who is the proi rietof of a Chinese restaurant, received a sound thrashing from one of his Chinese debtors last night, while trying to collect his hill of 1. 1 7ft. There was a great stir n Chinatown over this encounter and a full explanation nt the aftalr will be made to Justice Crawford late this after noon. Amhrnelo Garcia, who became hilarious last night after frequent indulgences In vino del pals and other strong drinks, paid (3 Into the rlty exchequer thl morning for his little diversion. Toarhers' fcsaminatlna. Having received several application from teachers wishing lo be examined tor certlllcales to tch. I have decided to hold an examination at H a. m , August 211, at the court house. All persons In terested are advised to attend thl ex amination as it will be the last thl year. request all eoimty new-paper to copy this announcement. B. K. Pkhka, Superintendent of Schools. TSLK.IIKAI'IIIU MAHKKTa. Coppar, New York. Ang. 23 Copper. K",. 41lar itl I aau York. Aug. 23. -Sllvei W1 Lead, ILmi. Svoney Markot. New Tork. Ang. 23 Money on call t 1 S Per cent Prime mercantile paper, l.'t Pr p,,"t- Ckleaco tlraln SSarkat. Chicago, Aug. 23. Wheat August, H7!,e;bept.,34C. Corn August, :Vi'iic; Sept, 30t.fi. Oata August, lHV;Bpt., 1uia. Clilra-o Stack Mark at. Chicago. Aug. 23. Cattle-Recelpta. i.rXK) had: market steady. Beeveo, f4.2iinr.u IK); cows and neirers, (2.((i(t4."r; Texas steers, 3.2o4 30; western, $3 i,i t.il); stockera aud feed era. I3.4"M 8ft. Sheen tw.wlpte. 13.000; market steady. Nu....i, ,ilo4.tMi; westerua, tJ.OOXiy 1.6' ' :i.7G1.30. Hanaaa Clly Market. !." i City. Aug. 33 Cattle Be .! W.IHSIhead; market steady. Native steers, tt.lHia.YtO; Texas steers, J30Ut4.40: Texas oows, !.'ii'3.l 'lative cow- and heifers. i &tiial.m; tocx rs and feeders, t l.W4.7o; bulls. ii oO ct4.ro. Sheen-Reclnts. 4.000; niarket strong, Lambs, l.2iK'it).uo; muttons. 3.0tu 4.20. Just Received Gold Band Ham. Gold Band Breakfast Bacon. Gold Band Chip Beer. Gold Band Boiled Ham. Dostiill Beauties Mackerel. New stock of Brick and American Cream Cheese. We expsct to-mirrow Imported Swiss Cheese. If you want to put op fruits use our Heinz A Co. Pickling Vinegar. We have 10 varieties of M ca and Java Coffees, from 20 centi to &0 cents per pound. Our stm'k of Groceries Is complete au our prlcea tlie lowest. The Jaffa Grocery Co. Ill SOUTH SI:CONI) STUIitiT. tlicse l'iiu' ell .M.uie .Sluies at juices utlieis ak j nu fur corn e He - it workmanship ami lu st material. & CO. I'A KKfl a. Urllablc Shoe Dralria, 122 S. Second St. ATTKarl ION. preparing' to put in the finest and military commissioner ,,. iwmm v rafiW l eT'1"''1 e-A hCU. most comokte line of poods for the holidays I 9 .... . price. Come and get them. tj jl it'. !('. X "" ,V l V 4 ( 0t 0t THE PHOENIX! AN ECONOMICAL OPPORTUNITY! Hi ft One of our (greatest effort was crowned with success.' We were fortunate enough to ohiain 1LFKLD BROS.' ICNTlRIi WIIOLliSALlC 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 at FI RESALE PRICES. ... B. ILFELD & CO., Proprietors. !l ;!l . tt g , 4 , , , 4' 4m '4 '4 4 '4 '4 4 4 ccucct;ijcjijuuubiJui.buauuiioaaaaaaat3aauaaauaaaaaaaaaaaccnBnen DRonneonauaaaaBaaiJi.r The Latest In Stripes 1 iLiixl Leon B. Stern 5l Co., 220 RAILROAD AVENUE. inriafirinoannnnnnaenronnnBuauauaauaEiM . Fine Merchant Tailoring FOR A SUIT TO ORDER. E. L. WASHBURN Si CO., THE ONE PRICED CLOTHIERS. ;4 4 or the FALL Two I Iun One 4 Tl T O 1 I It costs you nothing extra but a little timi I nO I r If I 111 IOTQm I We forward a careful measure to I M I IV "II II llVlMh 1 house in New York, then the garments I IIU 1 J UHUJUiUIIII cut aiul baiatcd and returned to us for the t tomer to try on. 4 Agent fur McCALL BAZAAR PATTERNS. All Pattern 10 and 1 5c NONE HIGHER 201 Utdlroad Avenue, Albuqaerfjue, Ilx5 Best J1.1 flx t ecl Store Outfittings for School. School opens soon eo don't wait until tho last moment to pick out your ghTs or boy's outfit. Special prices are the inducement we offer you to buy now. frill SllOl' Id par' in nt. ('Ill M'h Dm irula Kid Hum, l't i ui l. ttilnT lip; aluii KaiiKurno Calf. Hiimti 6 id H, on ly HO ChiMr. n' Dunirola K til hIuhm mi' fiit lputu.r tin. ntirini; ln-rl. .i'-H tJ 12 G Mim-ih' lHiiirola Kill hIi'mh, Hpriiur IikhI, iuliiit leather tip, HiZft 111 in 2 tl-"t l lillil'ii Milwatikfti drain nIiimi, lii'i-l or hiiriiiK lin'l, hui-h S to 8 only Clillilrwi' Ml IwrnikfA (iriiln HllfH, llHll or HprillU llHsl, BlZl'H Ii t'i 12, only "5 Mi Mi!wniikKi liraln Hrlimil hIiim, In'" I or H-pring l.rol, 1 to 2,cnly Thii Hiittmi ami l.ac hIhmh for MiM4"'. atzin 11 tu 2 -our ri'Kii lur l.'in tiliiiH, only (1 Clillilrfii's Tan Haii'laU anil SUiiiu'n, hIsi-h 11 tu 2. ulwayn Holil up to tl.."iii, now ouly 1,I THE ( V V ( Ml U V g 4 0t 4 i 4 4 4 n 4 0t g ,1, t 4 4 4 '4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 '4 '4 in Skirting! ami Checks, full 36 inches wide. 25 Cents J?er Yard. sJ J. a. s Sfii m p 1 of '98 JUST ARRIVED and comprise One Thousand Samples for SuiU; ulred S implea for Overcoats; Five Hundred Samples for Trou.sers; Hundred and Fifty Samples for Silk. The garments are then sent to the cutters with necessary alterations sug gested. We have no misfits from this system. Hny'H Heavy Kcliool HlioeH, nut ill culr Imli. hIzoh u to 12, Willi lutein, only 1.00 Ymith Heavy ih'IiihiI s'ii. Hatiil calf IiiiIh, Hizen 13 t )2, Willi IiikI. only 1.25 A No hIzhh H to 15, mime i-l r I a uliuve, luua Willi heel, only tl.25 Kin; run8. im piilr (iikhI lMinilili Kt'i'i' 1'aiiN ill 25 2im nt i r HimhI I mriililt Kiht I'iiiiIh at 5" A few piiimf our ri'KUhir l"o I'iiiiIh gil ut l' Hoys' Waists. A nlre t 'alien Slilrt Will it fur Inin Hi'.ri 4 In II, K'i III lliii -nil' ut only in AI'U I int. of IVrruIr Shirt WuUU ur l i h. hlzi'H I tu 1 1, K" hi thl mile ui only 25 A khhI htmiii; Chi'vlnt Shirt WuUt fur Imivi, nil I'lilnll, el .V ilnrillile. In IhU null ill mil) 15 ECONOMIST. jtsf VC rC ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 4 y . e w y0 t '4 '4 '1 '1 '1 JJ S. J J. J T T T T r f T T T f T T T T Vests. a little time. our T are CU8- MAIL ORDERS p FUIti Same ' cO Day u Received M N. M in the Kovh' Hosf. The reli'hriitnl Hliirk I.eathrr Hurkiniri, all nIzi'M, tl to lu, ilntilile Ill-el itml ine uiul 'I'relile Kllri'H AliiHitl Hliirk HiMe, Hmilile Kliem, fu-t mliir, nil Niaes, while they lut only 1: 25 Chllilreli'ri llnie, nizes ll to H, itimkI Hliirk, Hri,il UiU week, par piiirnnly llnlldkl'I'l'llii fs. SrhiHil lliiinlkerrhii'f, a khI hI.i; Willi rulnreil liiinleiii, unit ile HiKIIH, per llnZell Culm eil'llnnler llamlkerrlilef. Iiem Hl ilrlie.l, etm khhI ihIii.', ut ll for All White llaiiilkrrrhiirs. hein Ntilelieil, extra Km"' lulueat or Hlltrhril, exlru K'mhI i ll I lie. at. . . A I'll.' line of eiiiliriiiilenil llatnl kerrhieN. wnrlh lip tu 2"e, Nperiul only r t w 0 K 4 Leadinf lewcler, N. M. IX. Hi, rUA, tl Soulhwt. on sale at the (iobten Rule Dry Hoods nimiiiAJiiiiiiiJiiUiTrnmnimnS mmiTmiiiiiiiiiiiiin company.