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ALBUyUI'UQUE, N KV MEXICO, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 10, IW)H.
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EMPRESS OF AUSTitlA.
Aq Anarchist Stabbed Her With
Two Chicago Editors Found Wat:ry
Gnres la Quebec.
The Condition of HosplUli at Chlcka
maufa Very Cnialljtjctarj.
FATAL MIH, SICtlISS
OenTA, 8wttirlAni1. Ptpt. in. I'm
prrM AUNtvrlA di awa-wlaauxl at llotxl
li-nrlvaRH lat availing by an anarrlilHt,
who was arroHtnl. Us Hlntilr1 tier maj
fftjr with Htlll.'tto.
It Appear that her niajpxtj mn walk
ing from lh hotel to the, Uniling plarv
)( the eteaiuer At alioilt I o'clock, . lid)
an Italian AiiArchlHt ainldetiljr appmarhrit
Ami alatitied her to the heart. The em
prean ifll, gut op again ami wa carried
to the ateauier uncoiiectou. Tim boat
Htnitotl, brit aeelng the umprewi hail not
reiv)verel eoimeloiiflneee, the captain re
t irneil and the a in pram wax carried to
t .e Hotel Reanrlvage, where aha expired
Tin murderer la a man named Liicrlionl.
He waa boro in Part of Italian parent.
The eniprew of AiiHtrla aa burn le
e nber 21, S37. Hhe waa the daughter
01 Duke Mailmillan i f Bavaria, and was
married to Krancia Jr.aeph, enipemr of
Austria and king of Hungary, April 2-4.
IN." I. They had three children. Arch
liiicheea (iimla, who la married to Prince
Leopold of Havaria; Arch Duke Kmlnlpli
who married Prliieee Hteplianle, of Hfl
glum, and waa AWfiPwliiAtf.il iu lKHlt; And
Arch Dncheea Maria Valeria, who m ir
rlwl Arch Dutti Franc nalvatnr, if Au
ti la fuarany. The lata einprem wai an
ehthiiHlaatlo horee woman.
The Kmprena of Austria had been
"topping at the Hotel Heaurlvage fur
aereMl ilara. It waa at flrxt tlionght
tha wound waa not aerloua, but rim died
to a few mtniitea.
Hi rue. HwlUerland, hept. 10 Another
Account of the ANenwiliitttlon of the eiu
prcH of Autrl aaa: "After having
been etnhN-d from behind the einprena
walki'd on board the ateamer. where eh
fell (Hinting. The CHptuiu did not wleh
to put (ff from the quay, but il Id an at
llm reiineat of the empreea And autte,
t' ere being no Apprehension that elia
waa eerioiiHly hurt. The ateamer waa
tun, id back before reaching the open
lake, nnd the empreea, uhcohm-Ioih. waa
CitilT baek to the hnirl on a atretcher."
CHITK'lkK TIIK HOfPI r A l.a.
Kxamlaleg Corp rintla Their Cokrilllim
ChlckamAiiga, Kept. H U-m rala Hu
ger, Uattoi and Hoe, of the hospital and
camp exKumiliig corpe. roporta that the
cnmlltl'in of the vartou l oepltala were
f und ery unMatla'act iry. They atate
tne lnixpualH were not urnvliled with
proper iieceaaitlee; that thy did D it have
A piiln lent iiuintier of utt-ridant; that
ther were bally located nnd were lu
very way lnadeitiate.
IMatl from Milk alrkniwh
Pans. III., Sept. 10. I.aat Thuraday
M'ft lirjr rtuutli, daugliter of Commla
elmirr J. Houston Hiiilth. tiled of milk
Fickneee. Bolh Commiaeliiiier Smith And
wile Are now At the point of death from
tho name dlaeaae.
(111. OH All MLVA.HITKA MNA,
fnnlaraura Caiiiuilltaa (ilvaa ll.a llvuiu
rrl tho lllggrat Clara or I'la.
('nlorado HprtngH, Hept. 10. After A
frmlleiia all uight aeaHiou the conference
rnmmllleea of the Teller eilver rrpub
lii'ina, deuiocruta And pupullnta ilnally
ugree'l to give the dsui'M-raU the gov-i-innruud
one regent of the atate uul
v rait j the silver republican the mi II
in-, tr. iieurer, aiiperluteiideut of public
Instruction Add one' regent; and the
pnpuiHia the remainder of the blllcea.
I he patronage la to be divided t-ijually.
The democratic Cutiventlnu Adopted
the roprrl amid great enlliumasm. tiov
trnor AiUiua named ITiarlea S. Thuinaa
aa I in eiicce aor. Kv.ry county aec
olided tiiti Uomliiatinii, which waa by ac
il in:: u. ii. K J. Murath, of liouhler,
ws iMiuliiated for regent. The allver
rMiiililicaua alao adopted the report on
thoadviie of .Senator Tel hr, Although
li Ki.y ilelegatea are dlaeatiKlieil over the
fill 'urn to get the governor.
Siring oppwltion-lo the report wan
developed in the p.ipullNt convention,
which took a receea till 2:IM, without
acting T. M. Patterson upnke lu favor
of A I iji'lng the rep irt. and Kx-ColigrtMS-lu
in l.ufe I'd ice aaliiNt.
Tlia Praalilent A ipolulaa ro, utllla wlilt l.
will Inaplr I'uaAlrnr.
v-aaliingtoii, Sept. 10. The iirealdent
Inn ure.i Hie f.illiiwlng named geutle
m ii t' aivi-p a (dace on the committee
reii'ieted by Secri-tiiry Alger to lliveati.
gale the conduct of the war: Lieuteiiant
(n l errtl John M. Hcolleld, (leneral John
II. (I nd in, (ieneral (ireeuvllle M. Uoilge,
Pi- iiti lit I). 0. (ill m an, lieneral Churlea
I'. Vai ilrraon. linn Kohl. T. Lincoln,
Daniel fl l.ainmit, Dr. W. W. Keen, Col
onel Jamea A. Hextou.
New Y rk,Sept. 10-Weekly bank atate
nieut. Hiirplua reaerve decreased 7.WI4.
27r. Loana decreaaed fit 5":i."iil. Specie
decreased 10 Hi I ,M 0 gal teodera de
creased 2 1"4 li HI llepoeita denreaaeil Ji,.
4s,"ii. rtrnilatl n lucreaeed 7."iM.
bank hold (7,o7o,"7o iu exceea requlre
mrnta. arli.ua Truulile Karil,
Pana, 111.. Kept. 10 Sertoli trouble la
feared Monday when the Pen well coal
shaft la atarted with non-union labor,
both will tee and black will be employed,
guarded by deputy abend.
Fanalona Fur Letter t'arrlrra.
Toledo, Ohio. hept. 10. The National
Letter Carrier' convention to-iluy de
cided to pre before emigre the bill to
retire currier oil a peneiou alter thirty-
1ve year CMit'n'mu eervlce and to
create a pen-ion (iiml, by the govern
iient' retaining A certain percentage of
e' h cnrrier'i pay each, mntilh.
Itlant-ha. lIo..e-ll Itrud.
New York, Scut, lit. A private tele
gram from I, 'Union announce the death
of .Uri')ie ). Alllgerili, aluger and aii
Ihir, lient known by her professional
name, Klandie Kini evelt. Her pat
roiiimlc waa Tucker and ah wa a na
tive of Chicago.
Culorailn Springs. Sept. 10. The eub
ei-QTiittne of the convention on fuilou,
wiilch consisted of T. M. Pattcrann, pop
ulist; A M Stcveusnii, silver republican;
T. J. O'Dinnell, democrat, reported It
hid been unable to adopt the fusion
scheme. The committee waa discharged
and another named, cnnr"el of Harry
H. Visit, democrat; J ilin Ingate. allver
reimbliean; 0. I. Porterllehl, pipuliat.
This committee retired and b'gau work.
Hl rlr la Main
LIermore Kalla. Value. Sept. 10 Klre
here to-dey linrio d over thirty building
One life mas lost. Los will reich Hear
Thajr Tileil In II Ida Ilia Rapl.la or Ida
Ctrau.le aiitl Thrlr (anaa I HMtt.
guebec. Sent. 12. Carl Hmlth, who
wrote the ,,Kire at Kaudoni" foliimn In
tin Chicago K"Cord, and Iiill Has,
ap irting editor of tlm eame paper, have
li en diowiied In the heavy rapid of the
(irande by the upsetting of their birch
bark canoe Trey were on a holiday
ti.ur. Mr. Smith wa at mi t!m man
aging editor of the Omaha Kuril Herald.
M r AM I.At NIIHV Htll.D.
.lay A. Iliihha A t'n. Iluy Out M. llriK-a-malar,
l'or.al,lf ralloll AA.AOO.
The Alliiiiieniiie Steam Ltnndry plant
wi. to riny transferred by H. Ilrockmeler
to .lay A. HiiIiIk ,V Co , the Consideration
being fl.fmii. The transfer include the
laundry machinery. Mr. Hntckmeler'a
good will, etc , but Mr. Hrnckoieler etlll
owns lt,e biiildiiig and lots.
T he new proprietor are Jay A. Hnbbe
ami ft. A. Kfetemaii. Mr. Iliilil.a hi run
tli laundry for the pat two yoata on a
li'-.e from Mr. Hrockmeinr and thm Is
AJ-ply gu.ilillcd 1 1 uiHke the hiHue a
slice- a- f-tr as experience la concerned.
.Mr. Kaseuian la the popular ticket agent
at the it. pot.
It Ih the Intention of the new firm to
make a number of Improvement In the
plant In the near future. Son. new ma
chlnery, to replace t lie old, his already
in en ordered ami Mr. Ilut ln expects to
leave for Chicago In a few week for
the purpose of purchasing the latest And
most Improved patterns uf laundry uia-
I'liinerr. I Ms win i nutile them to ini
prove tho quality of the work and Alao
increase the capacity of the plant.
The new ilrui start nnder nnsplclon
clri-iiiimtnin es and Thk Citi.kn wishes
the propiietors a prrwperoiia career In
llieir present unileriakuig.
r'rad Tallwlt llaard Fruui.
Mr. Y K. Talbott received A letter to
ley from her aoii, Vred, who la In the
hlondlke country. In which lie atatea
that h I At Dawson City where there are
now 10,1 ion people. He la witli three ex
perienced miners. They took claim and
went to the bed rock, but got nothing.
and were arranging to go to the Hotiuuz
mine on the American river. He alao
atate that Karri and Hert Yorhees lost
their entire outfit at So mile river and
barely escaped with their live. They
secured acme eupplle and went ahead
again. Fred, atate that he ha not heard
of. nor does he know of the whereabout
of Hoe Merntt, Hen Itobinson and the
other partiea from Alhuijueriiue. lie 1
well and hearty.
1 1:1 Houlh First Htraet
An Invltiition I extended to all to
visit the Fair under ita new manage
tnei.t The proprietor have made great
improvement throughout, the entire ea
tiiidishment, and are now showing new
goo i at fair price You can alwaj do
better at the Kalr than any place else.
Yi lieu haikiug for chinaware, glassware,
kitchen, (lining or bathroom uteiiHil.
stationery, parlor ornament, wire or
willow ware, toys, notions, lamp, chlm
me), etc, dm to the Kair He buy
for ca-di at headijnarter. We aell for
cash, ami we auve y m middl' men'
proUt. THK KAIK,
113 South Kirst Street.
Tha liMllnua lljuuil Over.
Th live Isleta luilluus, charged with
assaulting Mariano Padllln at Isleta on
St. Augustine' day, appeared before Jus
ties Crawford this morning a(ir waived
their preliminary examination. They were
bound over to the territorial grand Jury
ami their Itond tixed At $ each, this
they have so far failed to furnish aud aa
a consequence they are etlll being con
liiinl In the county jail.
Padilla has almost entirely recovered
from his Injuries and wa on hand to
gUe hi evidence In cane the Indians had
asked for an examination. Vicente Jiron,
the governor of Isleta, was present and
acted aa epokesiuaQ tor the Indian.
The popular Santa Ke railway, which
ia arranging for the big orange rush
that la rapidly approaching, la just now
moving a big consignment of heeu from
the range of Mugilulena, Trainmaster
U. K. Aver, who is in the city, Informs
T Ht I'll iKN that the Santa Ke company
haa au order to move sixty double-decked
sheep car from lugdaleiiA between this
date and O l. Pith, aggregating between
iN.imii ami 'Jn.iNiil ewes and Umlii, The
sheep were recently purchased by J. H.
Matiby. ami will be shipped to Colorado
aud Kaiisaa pamure.4.
Krank Abevtla. the Siuvirrn iewelwr who
Waa at Santa e'a on tilisliinss. Is tmrn to
day and called at this otlli-. Mr. Atieytia
Buenne.1 in meeting or me l atlioltc
Knight of America, and was appointed
delegate to the national mectlnir at Kan
sas City next spring.
Now I th time to order vonr full unit
The Racket has the lst line of sample
in me town. Hon t pluce your order
uutil you have seen them. Suit 111 and
up. Pant f.i aud np. Kit. style and
workmanship guaranteed. D. II. Bout-right.
pi inn mjiujijiiiuji urn u jimijiuimin rmiimmrnmy
TI I e r ,
Th tucctu of our Sixcul Barirum In Vitchct Lul wk lndur
ui to ofUr another. ' hav uil received a mpply ol pull Jeweled
(15 JeweUi Mckclcd Movementa, itololely accural timekeeper.
hv littcd theie in Wrrnted Gold pilled t f . a -j r O
Caut and olier them complete lor r
Only t dojen ol them on hand. J -1 v-'
""a' l-AlilliS- WATCNtiS at K i cho I'lrlCI i lor a I tw DAVS -
Udinj JeweUr, RAILROAD AVENUE, Albuquetqur. N. M.
WAR IN BJYI'f.
French Troops Fire on an Egyp
Secreury Alf er Replies to War De.
Insnrrent AfntoilJa Rcm:mb:rt Ills
Frlcndi In His Appointments.
M0KI AA0UT TBI DIIVEI Tl ACIDT.
Omdurmau.Sept. 7. (lielayed lu Iran
misslou.l An liiipiHtaut incident oc
ciine.1 tlm moruiug. It appeals Hint
Koitlifa Aodililali, a lew day hefure the
arrival Here ol the Atiglo-Kgtpuiiieruiy,
heard that a force 01 white men occupied
Kiohoda ou the west bank of the Site
About 4'J mile sootti of hliarloiim au.l
Hie capital of a fertile end densely popu
laied district, hhalita liuiuediaieiy ten l
two eteeiners o l ivesiigsle. Oue re
turned heie this uioiuiog and engen
dered to bir Her is. 1 1 kitchener
Ihe commalider ol the steamer re
ported that ou hi arrival at Kashoda
he found the place occupied by A force
of while. Ihe latter opened heavy lire
on Hie steamer which narrow ly escaped
auuihllaiiiiu, the crew losing uia'.y lu
killed and wounded Kroni the bullete
found In the hull of the ateamer It eeema
to lie certain that the while at Kaehisla
are Krench iriaiti. The Krltlsh com
mander will eend a flotilla of gunboat
Uii the .Mle a eonn a poseible to In
veedgate the situation at Kashista. The
Anglo Kgyptiau cavalry cap ured the
principal wife of Khalifa, the mother
of Osinan Dlgua and Sheik Kddlu. They
were found iu extreme destllultou on the
left bank of the Nile.
ANHVtt.K Mia C'HITICa.
rratri Alar nay Thajr ara Trjln( to
Maka I'ollilial lapltal.
Detriot, Mich.. Sept. 10. Secretary
Alger arrived Iroiu th east to-day. Hie
secretary waa driven to til residence ac
CDinpaiiled by Hoy. piugree, whom he
warmly greeted at the depot.
Being asked to make a ntatomeut for
publication relative to the charge
agaiust hi administration of the war de
partiiieut, Secretary Alger replied: ".Now
what do you want me to dor U-t down
lu the sewer with these eenaattoual peo
pled l hey are not worrying ue. There
i nothing to the eharg. excepting
somebody' desire to Diako politcal cap-1UI.
"The work the department IiaiI to do In
so short a lime has been A great task
The commissary and quartermaster'
department had distributed more than
lii'O ton of provisions, ration aud forage
daily, a part or which has involved trans
porlaliou more than half around the
the world. It 1 lint surprising that aome
step have been made.
"1 asked Hie preeldt nt to appoint the
stiongest commission II wan possible to
ecure, to conduct aq Inquiry luto the
conduct of the war. It will be made up
of tome of the ablest Army otllcer and
It work will be of the greatest Import
ance, aa applied to the uat and a af
feeling the future. It greatest value
will be in perfecting entirely the organ
izatlnn of the army ami Applying the
lesson or the past.
AOl'INALim TO UK IIICTATOH.
Haa Appulntail m MHjirtly of tho Plllppln
Cti.graaa from Mis rrloutla
New York, Sept. 10. A dispatch to the
Herald from Manila says: lien. Agulu
aldo, lu hi capacity a president and
dictator, ts calling a meeting of the Kilip
plne congress. I his disclosed, the fact
that he planned to have complete control
of that body from the start. He will oh
tain control by appoiuting a majority ol
the representative from the various ills
tilcls. Till o-called emigre is to meet
ill Mitlato on October lo, no that Aguln
aldo may have ample time lo choose men
who will uphold him lu hi dicUlorshlp.
Santa Cruse, the last position
held by the Spaniard on Manila bav.
has been taken by the Insurgent who
followed up their Hilcces by seeking ven
geance upon Home priests. An American
ollk'er of high rank ha Informed me t.iat
th crista in afl.nrs here cannot now be
delayed many day, a fact which, h nay,
should be fully considered by the govern
luent at Washington.
H ATKM ll.A r.LKCTIUN.
Cabfl.ir r'.larteri I'raaMsfit by au Ovor
New York, Sept. 10 T he Herald' n r
respon.lent at (iiteinU rabies that
K-drada Cubriera ha been elected con
stitutional prrsidelit by an overwhelm
ing majority. According to the returns
he received .fl.YH.-il votes. Hi two op
ponents were Proepcio Morale and Jose
i.eou Castillo. T he form -r was rcpirt -d
lu the Herald to have died after belug
captured li. a rave a! most starved during
the recent revoluib n. Castillo took
refuge severul week ago Iu the Mexican
legation where he I still supposed to be
The election, therefore, wu a foregone
(ILM-llaL Milks IIOHH,
I'urto lileau Troof.a Will l'ar,la ill Now
lurk .Nail katurilay.
Washington, Sept. In deneral Mile
on leaving the White House lo-d.iy, said
the president noliselilel to a para Is of
the Porto Kicau tr.s.ps iu New ork next
iSatur.lay. Il I expected that H.ot.o el
these trmM will participate. He ex
pressed himself strongly in favor of a
rigid Investigation Into the conduct of
Hie Santiago campaign, deneral Kauaii.
of the Commissary department, also had
a talk with the president. The latter
general said he Insisted upon the most
searching Investigation of the commis
sary department and felt sure thai when
the truth became known It would be seen
that vry many published reiKirt con
ceriiing the fissl supplies of the army are
absolutely without foundation.
fallow r'avar lu r'otlo Klro.
Washington, Sept. 10 hnrgeou lien
eral Sternberg to day deceived a dl-p il, h
iroin me Ciller surgeon at i once, rort-i
llr.-o, saying there were four ca-.e of ytl
low fever aud one death among the tr.s ps
there. This i the Urst report id yellow
fever among the troops of Porto P.ieo.
f halri.tan l.li k lor fuiigrrsa.
Akron, Ohio, Sept. 10 It i stated by
a friend of Col. Cha. K. luck, chairman
of the uatiinial republic)! coniinutee,
mat he will be a candidate for c mgris
from the Siueteeuth Ohio district to sin:-
eed S. A Norlliway. whoso death w
cni red Thursday.
Conlarreil Wllh i tia f raaltlr.il.
Wa.hlnglon..-.pt. 10.-lieneral Shaft-i
had m arly an hour' conft rence with
the president to du. I be general Went
oter the Mtntlag.) citinpaign with the
piesldent, going into littlails a far as
poaoble In the time at th prt- eeniV
dl'iswHl. On leaving the Hb 'e lleiMe.
the general said be would hsve co n
plel-d hi report irnt Would h ve it
ready for delivery t tin fecr-in'y if
war next M. nday! He would i!,"i le.ve
to I. ke pifijuian.i at t tmp W iclnfl.
uiliat ri ti. vv, l.ai.tit.
II. live-, Per'. 1. '. I". I awrerc. who
wai shot jeeterday I v Kb rence Kiel ax!
x n at Hie oxford h tie!, where he rgo
leredwilhA woman ns la , H. Hocli he, I
and wi n, i still a Ive. ID coiidii Ion Is
crlti 'al. l.aArencel weallhy and has A
wife and chiYreri In Clveiniid. Ohm.
He mi It.rnierly coiituc'eil wu'li the
O'li i Karmer. i.ew lul lishe'l by hi
nri'Ttier, si. j. i.a.r. nee.
ItiKitranr. 4 HI i.ttt.
Klaard Henry, the I. as Ve..a fire nd-
ju-ler, hu c..;.i 1 ed Its lab ir and t x
per; tort turn n-rt'i this -vn ::g. In
the ('iii.p:ied i-- h" i'ivIp a f nil at t!Ie
menl Ai.m i in i'ic 11 ..h.-.isr t-oiu
naii), n piesenied by K. H. Kent, and
7.')ii in tli.i KovaI. re reei,i.-l bv tu.ley
.V AnulJ i.
M AHII,-LAINO AerAltl
Thay Will lis Arraaiva 1...N l,ltnrlo
iBttlon of tha t-tlniun.la Aft.
(I W. I.alng mid Mrs. A. II Vsrlln.
.he couple who ,i b. Idly II .nine. I Ibnl
-ill una In the la-'e o! Aibiiqi rqi: ' )s
temay, were Mitet'd Ins' itigltl n' the
iMihie'ral mii.-e wlnl- l.niog wa p, n
till g hi Aoswer lo lbs aru.-ie hi 'n ap
pemed iu T UK t ITIr.N in-l Lbt. Tin)
were arrested mi tlm con p'miil of A. H
Maitin, who charged the c ii le wuh
naving eom uittsil tr-.sps-n la entitling
hi house Hie day brft-ie. This was aim
ply A temporary exprdtht to brltignlmut
tbtr arrest and thu prevent ihein trnm
Disking their r scape from the rltv before
a I mied state marshal could Arrive here
nnd arrest them on a warrant charging
theniwittiA violation of the Kdmund
Mr. Martin yesterday made complaint
to I nlled Slate CoiumlHsliMinr 11 It.
Will, lug, who Immediately Irsuid A
warrant ror their Arrral. Marshal
Koraker wa telegraphed at Santa Ke to
send a deputy here to arreat them, but he
answered that uone could 1st aenl here
until to night.
The couple occupied eeparate ap.wt
menu at th county jail last night ae
.her were unable lo furnish the .Mm
cash Ismd, which wa rrqnlred of th .u.
They were brought before Justice
Pit ble till morning and the charge f
irespas agiiliint them Wa wtlhilrawn
.mil they were discharged. Hefre an
illur train leave the city a ilepul'
I nltcd Stale marshal will be brie and
have them under arrest.
Later development make tho rae
against Laiug and Mr. Martin even dark
er thau it wa yesterday. Without any
wiltten authority from Mre. Miller, the
mother of Mr. Martin, they Attempted to
t.mvei t All of her Investments In till city
into rash. Nor I thla all. When they
called on A. K. Walker to get Ihe rrn nry
invested lu bull ling and loan Mock, they
said they bad no order from Mr. i'I!!.-r
slid Mr. Walker prepared them one for
Vr. Miller to igu. Thl was on Thur
Jay And when they were Arrested last
night thl order wa found In tl rlr po
le.sslpa with Urn. Miller's aiguature at-taih-d.
A there had not been time
iiMigh for the paper to have been aeni
lo lie Angele and returned, the name
if Mr. Miller must have been forged.
Mr. Martin also tried to cell a i.icyclt,
which Mr. Miller had left lu care of Vr.
A preliminary meeting of the Vincent
I. H. C. fur the organization of the
woik for the coming winter will be held
al Hie result nc of the president next
ruestlay evening at 7.30 ocbs k.
The following book are assigned for
thl year' work: "Twenty Ceuliiile of
Kngltsh Hlntory," by J. II Joy; "Kurope
In the Nineteenth Century,'' by II. P.
Jir'Hon; "Krnm Caucer to Tennyson," II.
A. Peers; "walk and Talk In the
(ieologlcal Kleld," by A. W Inchell. Thla
l called "1 he hngllab Year."
It I hoped that the number of person
undertaking the work thl winter will
warrant th formation of two claw.
one on the Highland And the other on
toe west Hide.
Hr v K. II. Ali.k.n, president.
I.'l south Klith street, corner of Coal
Vlaetlng lOpubllran I imnty Cautral Coin
utlllra A meeting of the Iternailllo county re
publican central commiit.-e Is hrel y
a Med In nn-et at th law otllcea of John
ston & Klincal on Monday, Sept 12, nt 2
o'clock p. m., to apportlmi the delegates
iin nig inn precinct, and all the prim
trleH to Hclect deli gale to the county
i-oiiveiition to 1st held for the purpi ee of
nominating delegate to the territorial
c Mention which will be held In Albu
querque, Octolair 1, Is'.'H.
Tiiiih. Ht iiHKH, Chairman.
K. A. Pkaii.ion, Hicretary.
A complete line of ladles' flue shoe
j 1st received at the Hreen front Slna
-tore, also a nice line of children' sch sil
hoe from h.'. to f I il. These shoe
are made by His Iswt manufacturers In
The regular Saturday night free lunch
will be served at the Xdger Cafe thl
1 hocsands of Eothnsiastic Citi
zens Welcome Them Home.
P. client McKlnUy Will Visit Ibe
The Slinxtlon In Crtte Very Favorable
for A Wtr
lTACl'ATIOR C0MM1TTII AT I TAIA.
Chicago, Sept 10. TI.e Kirst lllinnl
InlaiiM arrived home t.i day. There
were otllcer and men on four sec
iorof the i nun of that Mimber 218
-I. k iui n on Hi ' lire! aw ct ion loedi d em
bulsnce attention and hospit il care. T he
r' ,imeut was met at I e elation b.- I'e
Hrat m'a itry. Veteran reserve. 1 fslo
-trong, and e-cortrd to Ih nnuory. All
aim g ihe Hue of nu rch the returning
soitiiern were gn eted by ihoneand of
i-iiihii bit-tic citizan. T he distance from
rh diqot to Ihe aimoiy I only two
" Ilea, i.nl ihe C iluu ii wa in mich con
dilion that thoy required three rest.
I lie h.Mpiial anil privste home erd for
Inoee who ha I no relative In the city,
t here were no dentin emrc the regiment
left MouUnk I'o' tit. It U Raid that
among the ick only one I lu a danger
ou condi I ion.
Will, visir (I VI A 11 A.
S'rralilanl MrKlnlay Will Taka In tha
Klpoaltloa Ort. I A.
OmahA. Sept. 10. WshlngUin
ss-clal to the pee aaye: In au Int. ivnw
Willi Ihe president, den. MaudermiU
learned that It I hi desire to leave
bout noon on October to for cuiaha,
arriving there. If possible on the night of
Tuesday, the I llh. Il I the ptirpo-e of
the president to remain In Omaha over
1 liunula anA nnult.l, uu I .
,.m,.;i m.u "rwii.f,j r I ttta, leaf ink
for Chicago Saturday and spending Sun
day with Urn. McKlnley's cousiu, Mr.
r.VAt'UATK.M COMMIT1KK, AKHIVKa
Captain Oatnaral Ihiaa Honor to Anisrl
Havana, Hept. 10. The United State
traneport It, silute, having ou hoard the
American evacuation committee, wa
alghted at 7 o'clock thla morning from
Morro caetle and entered the port of
Havana at ?'.'tr and anchored near a
Mace called 1 rlhejtrntn lha nwl hlil,i,
part of the bay At 8 o'clock Hen. ho-
in up, nnnr oretall. And Major (.Arcla
Ivniltor, left the palace In a Carriage. A
i'ttle while Afterwarde (Jen. Parado, a
mendier of th I panlsli commiaelon, and
Dr. Congnito, secretary of the govern
ment, drove to a carriage to La llachlna
wharf. Hot! oar'.'ea were aniherkiv! In a
Aleam went ou board the
Kesolute to welcomo the American com-uil.-tslor.er.
At the palace the captain
general had been prepared to do honor to
the American coniuilssloiiei.
Looka Like War la Crla.
Vleiina, 8ept. 10. Acoordlng to a ill
I Atcli from tanea, Island of Crete, the
'rooii of th various i.er lntlte.l tl .ua
tveriheloeu wall of Canea, and the
dmli.ld sv.it an ultlmiiiu to the gov
rinrr nt-d Ihe Turkish commtnder tltv
riard'cg that All Arm be laid dowu by
t o'c ocg thl evening. The warhlp
arereulv In retinia tlm Hmtihant mil tit
One foreign warship haa gone to Kelt mo,
wuere umtoroAnce nave broken out.
aUHOOl. Ml I'fLV U B A Iltjll A KTKHM,
Header am. 3ue. 4.V. 6oa and 7ftc
Copy tKMik 9
I ompoHltloii book 6
Cis.graplilos Mo ami 1 HO
Harnee I nlled State History 1 10
Steel' Science lo
Nthmnllc &:,. and 70
llarnes' den'l History WTd. 1 t
Art Instruction 0
2o elate pencils fi
Slate from fie to )
KaMl black liuse, duuble knee, Ua?
and heel lo
Vhe same in mIz-s h'. by iii.' l''i
I! -Ht oil grain ' Never Uln" sluss
fi to a. Hoc; to PJ,I.IO; 12 to 2, I 20
Thl make the Is-st echool slew on
earth. We alno carry cheaper grade.
ratent extension band corduroy knee
pant, (sic 70c and 75c.
Hoys waists, 2tc and Hoc.
Wm. Klr.KK, Proprietor.
The Kegent 1 50 sins are food wear
ing, easy, comforlalile tilting shoes-nee
them at (ieo. C. (iatnsley ,v Ou'a.
To tha l.aillfta.
Mr. Oak ha left for New York tj biir-
chiise hor fall stis-k. She leave couipe
lent ssipl to attend to her business
Her trimmer Is from the far east, and I
am cohlident will give satisfaction.
Hav You examined
the REGENT Line of
ill:. ti k!
If not we will be glad to show yiu, they are equal to in Shie-s, f,,r style
,ear mid lilting, all the I.Ucst Les. und iu Black Wax Ca'f, Pluck Pox Calf and
K tr giiroo, and 1 i Tu
and Promt Willow
Calf Me can plia'e
you iiii'l otfer you Hie
Largest S'm-k of
MKS'S KINK SllliK
Soii h of Denver to
Ilrmir Vonr Shi,- Ke.:miiiK to us. .M.ill ( Itilera s.,lu m l
GEO. C. GAINSLEY & 00.
Kflulilr Shoe Dealer.
122 S. Second St.
WAIL, OK I IF KM kUKI llr-ril. ATTKI1 I Of At ,
I E hve a Large Stock of GOOD SECOND
T HAND WATCHES, costing new from
$10.00 to $30.00, all in perfect order and guaranteed,
which we are dosing out at from $3.00 to $10.00.
H E. FOX,
Chirl Watch lnspr;tor,
S. F. P,
Leading Jewelry Howe; ol thr Southwest.
j tui uiaoj - - v
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Ti ll': I'llOHMX!
AN ECONOMICAL OPPORTUNITY!
One of our rcitcst eff r(s w.n crowned with succc.s. We were fortunate enough to
oluain IM ELI) BROS.' KNT1RK WIIOf.KSALU DEPARTMENT AT OUR
OWN PRICE. We intend to give the public the benefit of this Mammoth Purchase.
Don't buy anything elsewhere before cxamininjf Our IWg H.irgains in every department
Everythinij in our establishment goes at FIR ICS A LIS PRICES.
B. ILFELD & CO., Proprietors.
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I One Hundred Dozen Negligee Shirts.
-25 Cents Each, actual value 75 Cents.
riaids, Cliwks and Stripes, latest Color Combinations.
Leon B. Stern & Co.,
I 220 RAILROAD AVENUE.
FOR THIS WEEK!
Special Sale of Boy's School Suits.
E. L.WASHBURN & CO.
200 Fine Suits only - Sl.SO
200 Extra Fine Suits, only $2.50
500 Boy's Shirt Waists,
regular price 76c. only
Ask to seethe "Marvel," best 31.50
Boy's School Shoes on earth.
ra o a'ffafra raffa its ffa fa
All Pattern. 10 and 15c
Da? aj RcccItimL.
201- Railroad Avnne, Albuquerque, N. M.
TIxao BeHtt Xilxtoci Store In tile Oitv
At the Economist Store.
ft'. i'.'. . . ' '
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We liwe about 15 pairs of white All Wool California
Blankets that have gotten sc iled from being on display
and handlinci. and In order to close thm out we will
Sell them this Saturdnv ns fnll
I i-4 hize, extra aize, regular price $10, Sutuidiy price $6 50
12-4 extra large, reL'ular price, $1 J. so. Saturday price I.Ko
13.4 very lare, reguf.ir price $1400, Saturday price
14-4 " largest made.regularrrice $16.50, Saturday price
As theie are only one or two of a kind we advise an early visit.
Rag Carpet Mats, only a few left, while they last only....
About 50 Towels, .slightly soilt d from bein: on display, in
Fringed Ends and Hemmed End, worth up to 25c,
while they last jj.
One lot of Stamped Doilies, Tray Covers, Table Cloths, etc..
soiled from Handlini; and shui worn.
12 inch Stamptd Linens, usual pi ice 15c, special price....
18 inch Stamped Linens, usual price 35c., spt cial price. . . .
7 inc h Stamped Linens, usual price 50c , special price
27 and 36 inJi Stamped Linens, usual price 75c. nnd $i.oo.
See tho New Fall Goods Arriving Daily at tlio"
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