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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 1H9.
He Visits the Sick Soldiers of
Anglo-Egyptian Army Wins a
tory la Central Africa.
Mctrly All the Troopi Hirt Left tbe
MlllUrj Ctmp tt Cblckamaugt.
ItVISIOI Or THE DIITFUf CASE.
MonUnk Point, L.I. .Sept. 3. Tlit prmi
(1 'lit ami itwreurjr nf war armed at
Cmnp Wikoff at tt o'clock. Major lien
oral Wheeler and titafT greeted llix party
on thn kUUoii platroim. Ontmde the
l.noo trooper of Ihe Tlnrd ravitlrj were
drawn up. and tlit) converted yacht,
Kilen, In the. roadHtead, Hlowljr tionined
tortli tlm president' enlnln of twenty,
on glum. Hrmlter Man a touch of fever
and dnt not feel aide to ninvn from Ms
rot. Hwlde, Shatter In Hit 1 1 In th. de
tention rump. ' VS hw!r arranged for the
IfMpcctloii party to go tlirmiKli the. de
tention rainp, pat Oeneral Hlmfter'a
ti'iit, mlicro tliH president will Rreet the
r . nniniider ot tn HnntlHiio fori.
Altera two-minute wail tlm president
rt-ov thrnnuh tli detention ramp to
l . neml Htialter'n tent. Tli peiiem! won
I i full uniform, tint III face wan tl untied
Willi fever. lie ellileuvnred to lie from
l lie chair on which het Bathe president
filtered th teut. "Don't get up, gen
ira'," nald Mrhlnley, a the; oiiook
hands. "You are entitled to reet. How
ar your" "A llltln ac iy." replied the
lieneral, "hut othrwtM all rltiht." Mr.
Alg' r rrnia'ued In HtinfletV tent while
the premdent. Secretary Alger, Sir. (ingax
ai d other went to the general linaplliil.
W illi tln president. Iiwidea the ee re
tary of war, wero: Vice I'riHlderit ho
I art, Attnrney-lieiieral ritfir, Henator
t'locior of Vermont, Hrlg -(ten. Kuan;
lit IK -lion. Lndliigton, Major Wehh C.
llnvei, son of the late 1'rmident Have,
id. M. T. Ilcrrlr-k.of ITeveland; W Illlam
Mi K. Rather, of Canton. OM II II Her
riik.of Cleveland; (Stcretary l'orter and
AxHmtaiit Hecretary Corteloii. The ladle
i f the party wer- Mm. A 'iter and SIhi
M ijor Cieueral Wheeler wn.aiirriitiiided
h) a number of hid etuff The earring',
pri ce led hy the ravalry. wound up the
lull ti) Wheeler' headiiiHrter. The
prxxidenHoiked at the lung view of wide,
ire. leH expauw rlie-kered with regl
mental Chirp and h'wpltal, and great
p't rrea of canvai ami I Htretrh-w of
gra-n. "Thle li beautiful," the president
hhI I ; thn later: ' I ihluk I niveraawa
WAK IN ArltlC..
Ani;lfi-Irif pl-Mln Pori'wa llentrny PiirU on
Hi l'P" Nile.
Liud.in. Kept 3 Tiie ev. ning Tele
run puidlHhi: a brief diHp'iich, Haying:
' All the forts at Oindiirmnn hhve lie"ii ile
Hlrnywd, (ireat UiTeH. No carnal lie."
I' 'io Brltlnh war olllt'o to day reo- Ived a
ill .puti-li from Naxrl on the Nile, caying
Ihat a gunboat "retiuned there und re
ported that there wai Hi casualties
am 'IK the Anglo -Krfvptltia forcea, ttrnt
the right bank o' theriver had been
comp'etely cb ared of all forte, anil that
the f.Ttn on Tutl Island, opiiostte (iiudur
in in hud been demolished and the puns
CBp'.ured " The dupa'ch also Fittd that
the nowltZ'T practice of th bird'ir'a force
Hie war olll w lat"r In ths il ly ree'ved
anothr dispatch from (ieneral Sir Her
b -rt Klrchener by war of N.isri. ua fol
lows: "Owing to the weather the lines
have been broken and telegraphic com
iiinnicatlnu is Interrupted. Am annd
Ira this to Naslr to be forwarded. Ihe
m irch has been very favorable I'rac
tici ly none hive full -mi out of tlis rauks
or bei n invalided, liurlng two ilas we
b.'ke driven In the liervh cavalry and
email parties after slight resistance.
Kioni Ji.bt-1 liovan we niarcheil to Wad
Kl tiheid, thence to Sayal, thence to
"This morning we reached Kglna, a
inlie and a half eolith of Kerreri, six
miles from dm Inrinan. The mounted
I'liuiel corps with a hore battery pushed
forward to Kliorahaiubs, whereupon the
iTl're Dervish force Issued from ohdur
innn and were clearly visible 1 tell
in it. d his force at :t:,iwO men. They ad
vHiici-d at 1 1 a. m."
Mrd ir's dl-patch was apparently Rent
I fi i i rerlving Keppel's report, and the
ejnuii breuks i IT at an impirtant
(oint Kurt her news awaited herewith
lliteii e Interest.
Th y advanced at II o'clock a. ni. as if
t alto li ns, to meet which, I disposed of
. i r f i ( e In gisi'l. oi'eii position, wiiha
c'.ar Held to lire. The khallla's
t ri e had halted three mil.-s aontl.went of
o'ir n.irit ou and Is now there, at 6 p. in.
"K fly this morning, according to or
ders, the gunboats advanced, towing the
how.tzer I attery and barges In mipport
of the Arabs on the right bank. The
howitzers took up position oppoeite
Huidii'iii'in, and the guuhnata hombarilt'd
the forts. They have not returned, but
their tire prtrtlr demolished the dome
over Mahlls' tomb. All well."
Cairo. Hept. 3 Thursday afternoon
Hlrlar, general hir Herbert Klrchener,
adv meed to within a mile and a half of
Kerrorl, driving in the enemy's out posts
without any catiualtles on the Hide of the
Anglo Kgy dlan armr. The forces of
Sirdar were halted to await the result of
the gunlxHtt recounaiaaure. Khalifa's
force, est I mated to number .HT, ,, were
drawn up outside (liudurmiin. Kepple'a
gunboats partlallv destroyed the dome of
Mahlt'a tomb In the moduli at (imdur-
THE KHUHS I'Asi:.
the prob'ein. The ml n later are of the
opinion that the government will not
take the initiative in the revision of the
Dreyfix rase, but w II w.ttt until a meet
ing of th rtiamhera, unless Mvlame
Dreylus pres' nts a ilemaml in legal torni
hlrksniMiiff t Allll't llrnertrfl.
ChickHinaiig. tept. 3 ll-adquarter
ot the Klr-t ami Second brigades, Klrt
division. I hitd army corps, moved to An
liiMon to-day. I h.ckamuiiga la rapidly
ai-ummg a dfrertHl appearance, Only a
U w r-giinenls are lelt, and nearly nil
the tamp loboweis l.av iirparted.
luting i'f !.!.
The As- iclate.1 I'resa reports ef lat
night stales that Kdwln Kugeiie Casey,
tro ip rlerk of the hough Kidi-rs, died at
t amp V iki (I, Moiitauk I'oiut, yesterday
from fiver. The deceased enlisted with
the I. as t ruces volunteers, and waa the
son of ( apt. John II. l aaey, a ranchman
of the Mesiila valley.
AN IN KNOW MUllir
Itttily of a Man "mind a Oimrtir of a Mil
front HaraliM ltrlit.
The bwly of an unknown miicldfl was
found under a tree on the we-t Hide of
the bed of the Kio (iratnbi and alsiut a
iiiarler of a mile K oilli of the Harelaa
bridge at W o ciM'K this morning. I he
man, who was about 15 years old and
weighed probably 17") pounds, hsd evi
dently shot dims. If but a few minutes
b fore that hour, as the tree under which
Hie body was lying la alongside a road
ami the Orel aserby must l.ave seen the
form of theniiiciile. K.'lipe lliilils-ll, who
was driving to. the city, discovered the
d 'Ail man, ami. remaining to watch the
t'xly, sent a young man, who was with
I im, to notiry the sherilf.
Kherifl lluot'eil and Marshal McMlliin
were wsin on the scene, followed a (lun
ula later by at iti.k.n reporter.
The bullet tint ended the man's life
wns fired from a new 4"i cat lire Coll s
Frontier revolver held In the euiclde's
rght hand ll had doubtless aimed at
bis heart, aa Ihe bull passed through his
bisly slightly below that organ.
lln re were no letters or p ners on Ihe
mini's p rsoii that would lead to his
Identlllciitioii. A uiiautity of plug and
sinking tiibacco, a pair of spectacles and
a hilvi-r atch were the only articles
f' und In hla pi ct.cts. lie Wore the O.l'i
Kellow-' symbol, a three links button ou
Ilia Coat lapel.
compiimlivi Iv new hat tiore the name
of .Vomighmi t Miiriihy, .Veilles, (. n II-
rornla, on the Inner hand. P mm this It
I- taken th it the man Is a tecent arrival
on the Ne-1, a. ll- appear to be a
inachiiiiHt. a miner or a railroad work
man of some kind. li;a shoe, a pair of
gutters, are atrinml iiew, while his cloth
Ii g la in f h i r Condition. He also wore a
heavy steel truss.
Ihe mans head is parllaly usM ami
'he left eye seeiiis to bear it cat ot some
I'nilertaker M 'iitfort drove out and se
cured the holy and having prepared the
remains In holding the ssme, thinking
that aome one here might know the man
A large number of people have In
spected the remains during the day, but
at the time ot going to prsa uo one has
sill'Cetded in lb Utifying them.
Arthur Kverltt states Unit he repaired
the watch In lb'Jl which was found on
The police have been unable to find
any place wh- re he purchased tils cart
ridges and revolver, ho lie evidently
bought It lu aome other town.
location or mm.
Where the Regiments Are to Be
Stationed Till Farther Orders.
Many Volunteer Troops to Pe fee
Uined In the Service.
Tbe Gist of the Anglo-Gcrmto AlHiccc
as Reported From London,
rntow hvir m Florida
Washington, Sept. :l. A bulletin was
IsHUel by the war department to-day an
nouiMiiig additional regiments to Ih
mustered out of service. Adjutant-lieu-eral
Corbln eald that In all probability
few, It any. other troops would be ordered
reilevrd from riutj at this lime. Ihe
bulletin is aa follows: The Klrst In lied
States volunteer Infantry at (laivestou,
I ex as. auit the Mnth Maseai'husellii
iiilanlry from Moiaank Coin to
South KarmlugUiii, Maine; Hat
terlea II, 0 and D, Klrst Maine
artillery at Augusta. Companies A, H. (',
and D, Second n.iHhiugtoii Volunteer In
fantry. Vancouver H n racks, Waihlngtoii.
District Columbia Infantry from Mon
tauk to armory, Washington, D. C. Kirst
Ibittallon Nevada Infantry, Cars.ui City,
Nev. Ninth New ork Infantry from
Hunlsvliie, Ala., to Troy. Kourteelilh
New Vork Infantry from Huntsvllle, Ala.,
to Troy. Third New Vork Infantry from
Camp Mead, Middletowu, I'a , to Troy,
Second New Jersey Infantry from Jack
eonvlllo. Ha, to Seagirt, N. V. Kirst
Maseachusctts Heavy Artillery from Kort
1'ii kerlug, Maes, to South Kramliighum,
In connection with the order muster
ing out the above named regiments It Is
slgnllirant ot the government's inten
tion to retain many volunteer troop iu
the service, that orders were leeiied Iran
terrlng thirteen regiments from etntt
c.imps to various c imps ot uiobliixitiou
throughout the country.
It Is iinderstiaid that orders were is
sued with a view to retention In si-rvice,
perhapi until next spring, of the ni g nil
z itious named iu the orders. The regl
uients Included In the orders are: Third
(te.irgin. from liriltln. (la., to Jackson
vlilc; Klfteeuth Minnesota, from Ht. l aul
to lamp Meade, Middletown, I'a.;
Fourth New Jersey, from Sea
girt to Camp Meade; Klghtli Infantry
(regnlurs) from port I hiuiias, wa-Mng-'on,
to Lexington, Ky.; Kif'h Maasa-
husetta from South Karmlngton to
Camp MeHiU-: Thlrth llfth Michigan from
l-iland Haven, to (amp Meade; Third
Miseisslppl, from Jackson, Mis., to
Lexington; Two hundred and tlrst New
York I mm Hamstead to Camp Meade;
Third North Carolina from Macon to
Knoxville; Fourth Kentucky from
Lexington to Knoxville; Third Alabama
to Jacksonville; Third regiment I'nlted
states engineers from Jefferson llairackt
to Lexington; and hirst territorial regi
ment from 1'rcHCott, Aril., to Islington.
I.al.or Day rroclaiiiallou .
Whereaa. By uct of congress the first
MoDday in September In each year, being
the day celebrated and known as Labors'
Holiday, has been recoguil'd as a legal
Whereas, The governor of New Mexi
co has, by prnclumiillon, tie dared eald
day a legal h dbhiy in New Mexico,
Now, tin refiue the citlXensof Alblliler
oim are adumniMicil to lay aside their
usual and ordinary avocations on Mon
day, the lifili of September, Is 8, and to
celebrate and observe in appropriate ways
this, the one special holiday in the year,
w hich baa been set aside as peculiarly be
longing to the tolling millions upon
whose daily labor depend the prosperity
and progress of our great country.
C. W. Mkm.ih, K. W. Cum Y.
Mining In Oi.Men,
J. B. Mayo, of (iolden.who la interested
in gold milling at the Cullen mines,
S'liilh of the Ortiz mountains, la In
the city for a few days, purchasing ma
terial for his ramp,
Mr. Mayo Is highly pleased with the
outlook for the liolden and Sail I'edro
dietrirt. On his property there are mil
lions of tons of low grade ore, running
from 7 to S, He is negotiating now
for drilling for water, which would nave
a haul of two and a half miles.
The Monte ' fisto Is moving some big
machinery from Th' niton, which they
expect to have in working order In a tew
Carley .t Aranda have been milling at
their mill at Itolden, and have found
aome rich ore. They are the owner of
aluable mining property.
Mr. Mayo Is accompanied to the city
by his estimable wife, and they wilt re
main here several days.
(initials Moving Hlowljr In 111
I'arls, Sept. 3 Figaro to-day referring
to the latest developments lu the
Dreyfu case nald: yesterday's con
sulOitions between Mm. Urlsann,
president of the council and
minister of the Interior, Cavalgnac. mill
Isicrot war, and Sarrieut, minister of
justice, did not result in any solution of
Caril t.t 1 hank.
Mr. and Mrs. George Champion and
Mrs. J. M, Champion, desire to publicly
express their sincere thanks to friends
of this city, and especially to the mem
bers of the Woodmen of the World, for
kind acts rendered during the sickness
and at the funeral of J. M. Champion.
Such kindness haa helped mitigate our
sorrow, and will never be forgotten.
M KS. J. M ClUMI'lllN,
Mit. am Miii. (J ho. Champion.
To Hi l.a.11,
Mrs. Oaks bus left for New Vork to pur
chase her fall stock. She leaves compe
tent MMipla to attend to her business.
Her trimmer Is from the far east, aiul I
am ronlldent will give satisfaction.
J. K. (Jclger Son, vault and cess -pool
cleaning a specialty. A card through
the posti tllcH will receive prompt alien
tioii or leave your order at J. 11. O'Heilly
X Co's. drug store. Automatic telephone
Joseph i'rice, the big general tin rebuilt
and tinker of Sis-nrro, came in froaj the
New Vork and Huston markets last night,
and was entertained between (ruins by
Simon Stern ami L. H. Stern, after which
he continued south this morning.
The tucctu of our Spcul Bargain in Taklu-t Lul wk indued
u lo oiler another. ?i Hv jul ttctivti a lupply of Hull Jwcld
HiJfWUi Miktled Movements, ibudutely accurate lmukrprn.
We have fitted (hrae In Warranted Gold Filled j a Q Q
Caw and oiler Iheru complete for I )
Only a dozen of them on hand. '
tW't oO.r l.AUII:S' WATCHES ! Ulilll Cl II PUICI.S for I I W DAV
- EVE R IT T
Leading Jeweler, RAILROAD AVENUE, Albuquerque. N. M.
London, Hept. 8. The Call Mall Ga
zette this afternoon any It la satlsUed
that a general Anglo (ierniau agreement
haa been reached to act together In vari
ous quarters of the world. The paper
adds that It verlheil yestenlay Informa
tion and aa an instance ot where Ger
many' support will prove exceedingly
useful it points out that the full of dm
durman will change lireat Hrltalu's po
sition iu K.vpt and In the face of Inevit
able French and Kussiau resentment
(iermauv will be useful aa an active
guarantor of our permanent occupation
A NI.I.O-lirKM AN ALLIANCE.
Th Allium l Not l.lalil lo lllp I'uor
New York, Kept. 3. A dispatch to the
World from Ismilou says: Little cred
ence Is attached in well Informed
quarters to the rt ported Auglu-dermau
Ihe past fortnight, th German am
bassador had almost dally Interviews
with Halfour, acting foreign secretary
and the rumor mentioned i a conjecture
founded on theae visits. It Is regarded
highly probable that Halfour haa Ism d
engaged lu ui gotiating an arrangement
for a new constitution mixed tribunal
In Kirypt whose existence expire by
lap-e of time next year,
lii runiuy would demand some consid
eration for soling with Kligluud In this
matter, and an arrange i ent Is hinted a'
by which Ddagot bay will lie required
from IVrlugul on the understanding that
Germany obtain certain trading facili
Hovond this there I believed to be
nothing in the airhelweu Knglaud and
in" many at present. In linanciitl cir
cles, where these reports originate I, the
tendency i shown that t'ortuge -tocks.
which are very firm, and South African
-hare are also improvnl.
rrnt the erection of a sanlla ium on a
more mgnlUceut ec'la than wo il.l b
xsh e jii't now. The other pm;.o lnon
in to purchase h t an' build a sanlt i
r i tt fti at nnre, which could b enlarged
whenever the demand made thtsn.c"
earv. 1 he former iwm to be the iiiii'k fees
II. le plan, and I'. I- quite protmlile l': It
will be adopt. .1. A etitfable btiM ong run
lie eased for the urpoe
Mother ChiiI wilieolm.' (lo-setwo p-o
rsKitlon to the r'nmiinilf rou 'ril of
the or ler. end will rile (In comniit'i-e
in thi riiy whalevr lhir denion
CV II CI I II l:i ANIn
'ellow Fever In Florlila.
Jacksonville, Fla Sept. 3. Nine cast,
of yellow fever were reported by the
board of health to-day from Orwiasl. One
rase developed at W aterford, a small vll
lags live miles east of Water Valley
The board regard the situation rather
serious. There are now tw.Tity tw
cises at Orwood. One death ha occur
lir.l r ri !. li CAI-I. U N A.
Tit llrrnle Captain of Troop F, oo,li
Klilera, Vi lli Ile llr To-Nlchl.
('apt. Max Luna, ot Troop F' of the
Kiiugh knlers, reached Los l.unas last
night and will come up to Albuquerque
on the train from the south this evening
The gallant captain received a rousing
reception at Socorro ou Ma wav home
and Ia l.unas turned out In full force
to give a cordial welcome to the hero.
Kvery man, woman and chill iu the
town, as well a hundreds of farmers
from the surrounding country, were at
When ( apt. Luna arrive In the city
benight he should receive a reception
such as a brave soldier and illustrioii
The Kirst Kegiment band will beat the
depot this evening to meet ( apt. Mux
Luna. Hon Nestor Montova will deliver
an address of welcome. All the friends
i f Troop K and Capt. I. una are invited (
be at the dest on the arrival of the train
from the south at n:.,.'.
Many W h,ni'n sign !firilrtil ttll
A lamtl,l Knterprler,
riie cyclers of tbeci'y gthr. d In large
number at II Hrnrkmeici store la-t
mgiit for the pn p iso of nr-an i zing a ry-
cb club. AHpiit ent. nd Into Ine
euC'rprise with -plill and enthnslaMU
ami In a anoit u:im sixty een billen
and gentlemen had signed the ni' mta-r
lit p roll.
'I he me dliig the'i org in'z by 1 1, cl
ing K 1. Wa- hhurn i h i iiirm. ai d the
following committee n perinii"iit or
ganization was appointed: F. W. Clanry,
ii. iir iN-ameii r, r .t in rtors, r r, a Lew
is. 0 0. IIbII nod K L. Vi a li'mrn
The meeting decided that tin Initia
tion fee houl I be CO cent and the
monthly dins the Heme. II. Hrockmeler
was appointed temporary treasurer to
l.e -I the same.
A committee 1 Around among tie
wheelmen to day gi'.tu g elguRltitee lo
the niemberNhlp roll and from the way
li-T-o'is are signing, it i ear to predict
ihe rluh'g roll will numler :t iiiemher
hefore many day.
1 lie organizing of a cycle club In tills
Ity I a mot commendable nnib'rinklra
sod it should prove potent factor to
urn getting goo I roads.
at. Vincent anrt Ht Mary.
St. Vincent academy and fct. Mart'
school for Hoy will open their door on
I ueeiiBy. September 6. There have been
ever al change lu the faculty of the two
school. St. Vincents will ciitiune
under the enpervtslon of Sister llya- nth,
who ha li n ho successful in ei luxil
work lu the pant.
St. Vary hcIiihiI will na oncler th im
mediate direction of sister lldephone, an
excellent high htIuniI teacher, wnn I, t
had twenly years' experlepee In 'he
chisils of the Sister of Cincinnati, Ohio,
which are am ng the uiotU lmp.n tan t of
All indication point to tlie largest at
tendance iu the history ot thtsctKo
' On More t fortunat."
Louise Dumas, a French woman in
slrulnlitened rlrcnmstaiicee, who Ini
la-en cared for at the rity building for a
few weeks, died yesterday afternoon fioui
t complication of disease. She was con
verted oiiring her last Illness and died
(he peaeeful death of a true Christian.
ihe was 40 year of age ami bid only
'i en iu till country Ore year.
The f 'lueral took place at d::K o'clock
this art. rnoou from I'nilertaker Stromr'e
o .rlors, Father Mandalarl conducted 'he
Bl I'KKWtt Oil HT IIKCI-IONH.
Ilonrtl ot Klilratlon v. Water Culliany,
Judge J. W.Crumpacker returned from
Siinti Fe last night, where the supreme
coin t handed down a number of deci
lu the case of the hoard of education
ot this city against the Water Supply
company, the derision of the lower court
as reversed aud case derided in favor of
In the rase of the receiver of the Sav
log bank v. John A. Lee, W tley M. H ea
vi r et al., the derision of the lower court
In favor ot the plaintiff was reversed, the
supreme court holding that certain leu
tiinony. ottered ou the part of the defend
ants, which was ruled out, should have
In the raae of Given vs. Veeder. a
motion to re-tax the cost was granted,
the court holding that stenographer fee
could not be taxed a part of the roel t.
lu cases where the amount Involved was
less than flimo and eKher side prepared
a primed transcript. It would have to
(my fur the same.
The supreme court alllrmcd Jut'
''rnmpneker' decision in the Cevedra
Archibiqiie arson ca-e, where the li
defendant were HriCenced to live years
in the penitentiary for burning the tl ,ur
mill of K. A Mlera. at Cuba, N. M.
In the rase ot Wells. Fargo Co. v
V in. A. Walker, Judge Co lli r di rlslou
n fnvor ot the plaintlft wa Hllirnie.1.
I be old suprenie rourt reversed hi de
'Islou In this ciseand decided In favor of
A iilk-r, but granted the plalnlllT a re-
tie.iriiig, on which It wa heard before
the pre nt supreme court.
I he colli t ailjolirned until Seplemh -r
'I. when s"in mora decisions will be
Another Killing at th Capital,
Wntd wa received last night that
santa Ke, the capital of the territory ,
was the scene of another murder, the
-hooting occurring on Thursday night.
I he vie. im was Kauion Garcia, the base
ball pitcher, aud the murderer is Nazario
Remarkable Heat Wave Passing
Over the Eastern States.
tamp Wikvff, Monti-'k Polot, to be
tn'ii tly AbjoJoned.
Th-. Men to lis DiscbifrcJ With Six y
cm. rPo coys to sraiit.
Chicago, Fep. 3. hliould the high
Inn p r turp routlnue until to morrow
moiiiing, all Clili-sg.i liet record for
duration wi.i late been bfi ken. 'Ihe
r cold to dat hss bren live coiisi cudve
davs with a maximum temiieratuie In
the niiieui . In ninny place woik has
b-eii Hii-pcndid in the simp and where
111. II Weie o' Iged 10 labor In place
ex post-it to ihe num. 1'rofrsMor (ox, of
the weather bureau, set that the present
hot wave cover practically the entire
country east t f the Km ky nioiinlain
si.d ha roil a hl;h as "J down In
K insiie, while at Huron, S. D , there baa
been three ron-wculive day ol KM degree
The p port of prnelratiofia from heat
tbe past twenty tour hour In Chicago
dnwed one den'.; nine prostration
whose recoeiy h ibiubtfnl, and thirty
one lee m rloiir'y oveic mie.
II ! Hark l pla with Larg auni
New York. Sept. 8 -A rti-patch to th
Herald from I'uvaua, via Ke) We t. says:
Having Hiicceofiiliy done everything In
I, I power to ton vey the linpre(..,n that
be would sail to Spain via New ot k on
Hie steamship Philadelphia, on Triors
lay, General 1'ainlo Inst a-!, secretly
started tor 111 native laud about ten
hour Inter on the French sieann r Noire
De ni" du Sain', it Is said with 1 Sl.is
It I not known whos.i mmioy this was,
but the hiiiii m...y have been made up by
I itge NiilMTlption from the Spaniards
i f South Amerler, Central Americuand
aud Mexl.-o, wmch renched l'alido lu
l.trge aiiioiiuU d irlug hi visit to Mex
ico. Blanco, f avlr g Ignon d rmido' plan
fer the delense of antiiign, l,i i -to prnli
ably Insisted on delivering tiie fund di
rect In Madrlti, rath r limn through
It U lo b A bnttnrl niifl th Tmnp lo b
NiwV(.rk, 8nd. 3 A special to the
Trlbui.e fioiu V' u hington nay: Onb re
wr-j p.- j ..red at ine war department to
day for the practical abandonment ol
Camp nikofl, Moiitauk Point. A l the
volunteer reguneutH uow there will soon
start for their homes and receive fur
lough a they are mustend out while
most of the regulars, a eomi a recuper
bled Kiillicleiitly, will resume duty at the
poet which they garrlaonod before the
Iru.l l.owl ol SOk Nolllr,
I'l.". . 1 I. !ila, Sept. 3 The third hoe-
plu' !'"ln sent from this rlty under the
aust 'cea of the Medico Clli'lirglcal ho
I ita,, u.rlved tri m Camp Mead, lVnu.
w. tl. more than a hundred sick soldiers
this morning. Most ot the men are nut
f.Tlng from typhoid fever.allliough quite
h ninnner nave malarial ami ottier fevers.
None of the patient are believed to be
i angerously III. Over three hundred sick
s ddier are being cared for by the Mcill
Vor 4'IimiI atippll.a.
Go where you run get the most for
Fend Isixe with loo'- and key, 1 lead
enll, 1 slate pencil, 1 penholder, I pen
point, I sponger, 1 chalk crayon aud 1
lule, all for tic.
i'eiic II tiihlel lc, .".(', hu I l'c hhcIi.
Ink tubl'is, 2 for iic, ! , loc, and l.
Glasa pen lc eah. I'lmliolicr lc
Hnd ii i each, with points.
Sisuiges, lc each; pncil sharpeners, lc
e ich; lead pencils, fir a ilnz u, le each,
2 for or aud ftc i ach; wmsl elale pencils,
il for 5c; lompoeitiiiii books, f,c aud l c
ei.ch; slate penclU 5 for lc; rubber
traaer lc cacli; Ink 6c per bottle; white
blue lined envelop", ue per pack of 2T;
'it Hh"et note paper, fir; pound boxes
paper and envelopes, air; fx7 double
Sol-he elate. II lc each; lix'.i, loc each;
Txll, 'iuceach; Sxia 'Jon each; single
NnMie s'ate. half price of double.
Kill, rs free at 1" t Racket.
D. II. Iio.u uii.iiT, Crop.
Will Marry To-Mlil.
Kev, G. A. Nei (T the well known and
popular liilaiohary of the Lutheran
church, ami Mr. Koeu Koch, of Santa Fe,
will be married Ht the Lutheran church,
on north Third street, this evening, Kev.
T A. Kendrat olllclatiiig.
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AN ECONOMICAL OPPORTUNITY!
One of our greatest efforts w is crowned with aucce.. We were fortunate enour'ri to
ohtiiin ILFKLI) UKOS.' ENTIK E WHOLKSALi: DEPAKTMKNT AT OUR
OWN PRICE. We intend to give the public the benelit of this Mammoth Purchase.
Don't buy anything elsevvhere before examining Our Big l irgain in every department
Everything in our establishment goes at l' IRESALE PRICES.
B. ILFELD & CO., Proprietors.
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One Hundred Dozen Negligee Shirts.
23 Cents Each, actual value 75 Conts.
jj Plaids, Che ks and Stripes, latest Color Combinations.
Leon B. Stern & Co.,
220 RAILROAD AVENUE.
Fine IVlerchant Tailoring
FOR A SUIT TO ORDER
E. L. WA5H BURN & CO.,
. THE ONE PRICED CLOTHIERS.
New Sam 3lc
Tor the FALL of '98 JUST ARRIVED and comprise One Thousand Samples for Suits;
Two Hundred Samples for Overcoats; Five Hundred Samples for Trowsers;
One Hundred anil Fifty Samples for Silk Vests.
i: The Try0n System!
to r.er to try on.
It costs you nothing extra but a little time.
We forward a careful measure to our
house in New York, then the garments are
cut and baisted and returned to us for the cus-
The garments are then Hent to the cutters with necessary alterations sue.
gesieti. we nave no niisui.s irom tnis system.
Little flo 'arch School Shoes,
Made Especially to Stand the
Hard Knocks of the ChilJren.
We Can Please You in Price and
and Quality. Every Shoe in
our stock is made from the Best
School Tablets Given Away
with every pair of shoes.
GEO. G. GAINSLEY & GO
KeluUr Slmr Drilrr.,
122 S. Second St.
Villi. imilKH hlVICI l'K.n I. tTTKHIIOI
I'KllH'Klllk NtMItllll H.
Mulli.r I'a ul Hill hiilimll 1 w.i l'rixil
llou. t.i Ih I'.iiiiiiiiihl'y I'uuii. ll.
Mci'tier 1'iinl, nf tin' Snter of Merrv,
J returned to hllv-r City tin innrninir.
I l.aet mvliteliM held a cunfi rence willi tlie
; cninnilttee ttp'.Hiinteil by Kittder Mmnln
j Inn, and tlie nuttier nf entnlih-.liiinr a
-nil It kt I u in nf Die nr tiT In tlii city wax
I diiiiHeed. Twn dietini't irnKHit Inii are
! im under i'uinildiratiiiii. Tlie HrMt I In
leae a luue ImildliiK already lilted up
I with iiindern ciinvenieni-ee, and I'nnvert II
Intii t Niinitariiiin and n-e it a Hindi fur
a few jean until e.iiiilittoiiM woiilit wur-
WE are alreaey preparing to put in the finest and
most complete line of goods for the holidays
i ever displayed in our line in the territory, and from
i now until October Jst we will close out many lines now
in stock absolutely below cost, as we would rather
i have the money to buy new goods. We offer this
i week our entire line of DELTS and GIRDLES at ex-
! actly half regular price. Come and get them.
Lrading Ji-wi'lry I torn of
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i'J AgtnU lor
'A McCAlX BAZAAR
f,,l All fatUnu IU and Ix
'rjjj NONE HIGHER
JOxa 3BoHt Xjifilitocl Store Ixx tla.o Oitv
M MM mi WU laHHIMk
mm urn uavjr Vaf i
H B P H M 4 il 1
201 lUilruad Avenue. Alhiiquerque, N. M
Filled Same ipj
..THE SATURDAY NIGHT..
At the Economist Store.
P Crash Doilies, 15 inches squaiv, fringed, per do, only 25c.
ij White Napkins, odd Lots of 15 dozen, only 5-8 and
o-l yard size, the 1 75 kind; while these last take
j tin-in per dozen for SI. 15
j ii pieces Hleachcd Table Liner, nothing wrong with
j! this hut the price; 54 inch at 22c; 5(1 inch at IJ5c.
n and 70 inch at
liJl 1 Lot of Ladies Kantiy l!ost, worth up to C5e. per
5 pair, special -
p 15 Pieces Plaid Dress Goods, usual pi ice 15c., special
y iSaturdav - - - -
,j Children's Heavy Weight Coinhination Suits, Saturday
special, only ......
H Men's Heavy (Jrey Merino Dnderwear, per garment,
Saturday night ------
fp' " '
H. E. FOX.