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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 12, 1090.
(IKE AT MM.
Arizona Mining Town Earned
to. tbe Ground.
ElcTtn Bodies Recovered tad Many
People Unaccounted For.
Every Business kHoau so4 ISO Resi
dences are Totally Destroyed.
rirriiR husdsfd riom bomiiiss.
PrMtvtt, A. T, Bept. li Ths town or
JrniniK, nr liari", wax roniplwtfly wipM
out jwli-rdny by tire, mtl lug a Uim of
a million (lolinra. Klrvrn bullion h.av
no iBr hn rrcovartil, whll a worn or
mora are naiil to tie mlwIiiK. 1 hi Ore
orliitnaW'l from a gamilln (ttovo in a
riliin anil mi rapidly and tlnrcolj that It
m InipumitiiM to iwvv vmi elotliiiifr.
Ths lira waa con U in I eieliiMvely to
the biHluum portiuu of ilia town. Th
0u ground lutrrvrniiiK hetwwn It and
tli inntnmoth workn of tha United Venle
company avd ths latter plant.
Ovr loO rtwtili-nora, vrKiog In value
t '.'.") .(KX), twenty live Renaral niori'ha.11
li and other Htorw. naloonn.. were
winad out; In almrt, not a Mtigle Ioniums
houte rammim. I be only liuiiillbg to an
cup was the MetluKliHt church.
1 lie Dniulier of people hoinnlo-a In
plcd at l.Cul. Tliey are being rated
lor by Mesr.(iiroux and l llen, of the
Jerome Mining company. Two rperial
trains left bare, carrying touts ami oilier
V here tlie Ore originated wae tlia scene
ot a drnnkaucaroiixal of Italians
Vnrlone parlies are endeavoring to ex
tricito the remains Iroiu tlia riinif, and,
until die ground cooleHiifllcieiitly to per
mit ra-trnera to appro! ta tie lftiri. It
may lie impi-Hible to axcartain detiuit -Iv
tlia nainee of the victim.
He ve al prominent mining men are
srld to have been lu towu ami are un
til munled lor.
HundredH of pounds of plant ponder
m tia.nl In an attempt to arrtwi the
lltiuas by dew (HhMiiii the tiritl I inir.-. but
fe wltiii'Mi n titute that aa enoii an the
gup wux m ule the mutt ring tuilldlng
Wire licked n; an if ly iirttun ant
thruwo liiiin'reilH of fiet lu every dir.
ti n, oaly to Ignile and inerettrs llie fire.
The rewvolr, whh'h mipi liee the town
Willi water, wan undergoing repalre, but
aye wltne'wa Ntnte that bad water tarn
abundant the rtwiilt would have been the
FATAL OANOI.INK KM'LOIUN.
tour and I'oaall.ljr a Uoaao Llr Uil la
PhlmiUlpbU lU Nig lit,
I'iillmleluhU, Sept. II Hy the explo
hlouoffony galloua of gutoliue In the
cellar uf a grocery atore tU 1141 Hou.b
btrtvt lut night, four an I poeelbly a
di'lnu lives wire loet At an Immediate
oouwqiieiire of llie aiploelou the bu'ld
lug wnere It occurred and Iho-tx adjolu
1 11 K OQ el llfr aide Collaptwd. Kour bodlee
Were found ill the rulmt, tbree tdentltlad
ait bauiuri o;lialttuht-l(i, the keeper of
the grocery, and IiIh two children, hleven
were eerlouely liijurtd aud taken to boa
pltatln. A N OT II K H Itlli rlHK,
Haral Hanona Killed au.l '4.(100,01)0
Worth ol t'rtirty lw.lr.il
Vancouver, U. C, bept. 12. The bust
lie hh portiuu ot New MeiUtnliiHlar wan
totally destroyed by llie ytwterday. The
loee la estimated al 'i,6(Ki,Uiiu. Deepair
ai d eutlerlng aie the lol of hundred ot
lioUieleeH. ood, clolhlug aud aid of all
kmclH are being hurriedly dlNpalched
fn in Vancouver.
It I feared several people are turned
todealh. Campbell, a tlremau, fell (II
the ruot of a turulug buildlug and vtaa
killed. A woman dropped dead from
triuht. (Hie woman, who had been con
lined two week ago, died while being re
iiiiivnl 1 1 mil a biu . i ; another, HiinYnug
t'om typhoid lever, did uol survive the
Three river ataauiers were deetroyed.
lMery IndiiHlry ate the Hoyal (.'ity
rlbluing Milln and the I'levelmid l au
liing Co. In b-fu wiied out The Cana
(HhU I'aciilc lailway mIhLi-ii Htd bridkte
iciokn Kiaz-r river wait burned The
lire wnH raumd by a Hpark from a Nteaiu
er almut midnight, aud withiu three
ho.HN ten Hireeta were ablaze.
At New WediniiiHter thin morning
llierw re uin.y peculiar ecfnea atier
the lire ilm vviile open a a ;e Jui I be
.loud wheie Ihe leariul lire Htopied, a
City ol tenlrt have risen, liete the pro-
vmi.iu il gov ru in i'ii t and V.tn Couver mi
tli'iritlen are ho ined ill teubi, lent by the
iiitliua repartruen, im all are hiuueiemi
HiitT rern. T he burne 1 out fuui'llin eeein
1 1 be Hi Ci wlortalil" an pOHstlde tilnlur
llie circuits tancew, Aneady active uier
c ii ii : h are etarting to rebuild atoree an 1
Ilia Fir lu Clnelnoatl
C'lH-iin nti. Hept. VI. A big lire broke
out to i ay In a (art of Ku-w buildlug te
em led by the Kent in ritklng rnvtder
c mpany. Valuable esthlillHlimeliU were
all anuuid In clie proximity, but the
li e dep'irliiHiit wat ho prompt that the
lire waa confined to the cnginal build
ll g. Li s, tT.H uO.
A a Abla Lawytor lail.
Montgomery, Ala., 8ept. 12 Henry
Oltty Toui kiua died Hiidd'tily lu hie
olliee IhU moruliig of heart failure, due
to acute ludlKKHtton. He wait three terum
attorney general of Alabama aud ranked
among the ableet lawyers of the south.
Orvara l.ava fur h.ala.
t'orteiiioiith. N. H , Kept. ll-The f Ity
ot Home, with Admiral Cervera and Ntall
and over l.liio HpaniHli priNouenr, sailed
thin atti ruoon for Hantuuder, Kpala.
A 1'rlullug lluuaa Win
Omaha, Hept. 12.Kir rffstroyml the
exteiiHlve printing hoiiHe of the KeetH
i'rintlug compaiiy to-day. Low, (io,UHi,
tllurluua K4-eitloa at Ui.ine.
Cleveland, Ohio. Sept. li The Kiflh
Ohio volunteer regiment arrived today
from Kernandina, Florida. The arrival
wan announced by the ringing ot bella,
the blowing of steam whlitlet, the roar
of cannon and tlieehinmnf thotinda
of people who surrounded the union sta
tion ami crowded the streets. The Ktfth
will be muttered ont In thirty days.
Many Rlrh In I'ortn Rlrn.
1'once, Porto Klco, Sept. 12 Charles
M'nor, a private of the Nineteenth In
fantry, died Kriilny, but it was not until
a i autopsy was held yesterday that the
surgeons pronounced ths rue yellow
fever. General Henry's report to General
Hrieike yc-iterday on the condition of the
troops on sonlli side of the Island shows
there are 1,1 sick out of a tottl of II.
(", the highest percentage yet reported.
M trnm t n.t ri hiois
Tliera HtifiHreil Persons Kllte.1 or Vatsllv
New Orleans, I, , Hept. 12 Th
sieamer Olympla from I'ortn Cortef,,
brings news of serious rioting In dilate
mala during the recent elections. Al
though I'riMpero Morales died after bis
emit me in a cave by government forces,
his folowers were ill-content to eiibinlt
to the re-elictli n of President Kstrala
and they gathered In force at the polls.
Troops had been prated near all the
polls. nen disorders liecame extensive
the order to lire was given. It Is said
that 3 t persons were killisl or fatally
Nllamtun Crllli sl
Manila, Hept. 12 Kenr Admiral Hewey
says he considers (he situation critical
It Is underHl.K d be has aske.! for an ad
ditional cruls-r aud bHttlesliln The
Spaniards a-ert that Oermany will take
the coaling ntat'nn heie and Hpain will
retain tne remainder ot the Islands.
WHAT IT tosr HIAI1.
Aalita rrom Loss nf t'nlnnlea and Ships It
Was IK4.M0O 0OO.
New Vork, He(it. U. A special to the
Herald from Washington eats: Aside
from the In of her colonies and shins
dentroyid In battle, the war hue cost
riimln a;4M,Hon,i (hi. Iuformation to (his
effect Iihn lieeu received by the navy de-
linniiieni rrom me naval aitaciiee of this
goverr tin r.t abroad. It is arpreclaled by
the Mailt Id go'cmui'Mit that In view of
the condition of her freiisurr and the
further (set that her niiviil force Is Dow
greatly lurenor.lt would be tiselees to
eon tin lie th. strugglM, especially as there
Is no one willing to eiiimort her In caee
she should again resort to the arbitra
ment or arms. Hwatise of this the a'l
thnritles have no reason to believe that
there will be no serious hitch lu tho negotiations.
KMPHKis tr AISTKIA.
I'oat Morteui Kismlnsllnn Kevenlral
Waapnn Trauallavd la Har llaart.
Uiifiiih'u (lorit .....I U..-.. Ill Tl. -
fWltat mirtiilii ..ainlnnl lin ia
v w .. . n ., .iiu iiiifiiiin
of Uitf latft nirM of Austrin, who wan
anTsiuwiiiMiru nniuruaj vy au ItHllHQ
unurchlht, who nnme btmn vartun
ly Rivn hh Laccheni. Luchwi and
I I al.. i . a .
jukii ii. n'Trmrti ins writ jut n cmuyiHitMj
tmilail.vail In hur tiaart trAna.( t i .
three and a third Inches and making
wuiiiiu one Hixin oi au men wus. rue
faetthut liue ki.IIw m... 1 1. ...I .t,u - i
to the steamer Is ascrllwd to her remark-
auie win-power ami natural energy.
riend Hsngad by HoH.
Liberty. Mo.. Bent. 12 Heniamin
Jones, tM year old. was taken from the
uay couutr jail last night by a mob and
hanged. He had assaulted Annie Mont
gomery, aged II. Physicians say her in
juries are such that she cannot recover.
Teaaa to Heplaea tllympla.
New York, Kept. 12 A fpeelal to the
Herald from Washington says: There Is
reason to believe that ths uavy depart
ment has selected the Texas as the future
Uugshlp in Asiatic waters to replace the
cruiser Olympla, which Is t be ordered
to the 1'niled States as soon as her relief
arrives at the Asiatic station.
OKK.IHIN AMU IOWA.
The two Hlf Rattlealilpa Will Start on a
W ashington. Sept. 12. The navy de
partment Is shifting some olliuers of the
battleships Oregon and Iowa rirenaratorv
to their departure from New Yoik on a
long cruise to Ban Kraticisco hy
way of the Straits of Magellan.
The department selected from aniontr
the Meet of colliers during ths war
four of ths best and largest to accompany
the battleships on their long run. Their
coal capiieity is suillclent to secure a full
supply for the big battleehlps as well as
themselves. It Is expected the battle,
ships with the colliers will be able to
st.rt from New .ork about the end of
firant Travis, who enlisted In this city
as a "Hough wider," died at Amarillo,
Texas, on September 4, lH'.M; aged m
years. He was born at Napoleon, Ohio,
where his father and mother now live.
His death was the direct result of
measles, which lie contracted while in
camp at Tampa. Miss Clam Pylea, his
fiancee, was telegraphed his condition
and she responded, they being united in
uiarriuge a lew days herore his death at
lareiiitnn, near Trinidad. The remains
were taken to Anthony, Kan., for burial.
W . 11. Hahn Mild liMirirA k'aauaitiun t aavi
young capitalists and owners of several
big cornorations of Oils eita o.ii,,..i ti,
Sabbath In ferritins yeeterday, from
which place they visited the extensive
coal banks at Madrid and made arrange
ments, so it is sain, io remove them to
this t'ltv during the winter nionths.
Thev reiiort lutviiiir bud u yolMinli.1 tit
and say the people .1. sired to give them
a banuiiet but ther boNitielv refused to
accept such honors.
Simon Stern has put in soma show
cases in hia tin to date clothlntr store
which are tbe neuet tbintr in Hiuir luiu
and the (lrst or Ihe kind In this city
They were made by II. Kevell A Co., of
Chicago, and will render It nossible to
make a much larger dlMdav ot Hoods
than could be done with the old stvle
Charles (iirard. son of .listen)! (iiri.nl
was lu the city yesterday on a visit. He
hss heuil hmkinir on the HhoIm U'a I'u.
elite west from W lnslow, but has been
transferred and will run out of this city.
Jim. Kerr of tlia Heitnrnt utrut muul
market, returned to the city laxt Satur
day night from Magdalen with two car
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loans oi line came.
Tht iuct of our Sot-cUl Birgiiru In Wilch.i Utt wrtk Induct
ui to offer another. c hav juat received a supply ol hull Jeweled
(15 Jewelai Nickeled Movements, abaoluiely accurate timekeeper.
We have Idled theac In Warranled Gold Filled fa A O fifl
Caaea and oiler them complete foe I ITS
Only a dozen ol tbem on hand. J X V
r Wa altar I.AIlll S' WATcttka al Kl lil CI U I'KICI S lur a I I W HAVS --J
Uading Jeweler, RAILROAD AVENUE. Albuquerque. N. L
Some Day Daring the Territo
rial Fair the Time.
A Suggestion on toe SurJ :ct Thrown
Out to the Public.
Let the Movement Re Started at Once and
Cut In lo liccutloa
IVIITTHISO BIIGIT roi TBI FAII.
Why not have a grand peace jubilee In
Albuiiieriiie some day during the tern
tonal lair? I his question was pro
pounded mis morning and the blia uu
.ilately met with uiiiversul approbation
It should be made one of the clilel at
tractions ot Ihe lair. Oeogrsplncaily
Albiiguergue is situated very hear llie
center ot the territory from which t ie
Hough Unlere were eiiusted, aud fur tins
reason a (iehC Jubilee lu this city Would
be especially appropnale. Ail llie hough
Kiners will uuiloiiiiteiiiT nave returned
noma by that lime, and llie bulk ot those
(rout New Uexico and Arii.na would
probably be here to participate. Iheiecep-
llou WMCIi the I-adies Aid sis-lely pur
poses to give tlieui should also be ujst
polled until that tune, as the low rates
to the lair will enable their frloiids in
Arizona and New Mexico t come here
aud attend (lie reception. The rallies I
companies nave already agreed to make
l' cent a mile rate to the fair.
lu general the plan for the Jubilee Is
lo invite some olllcer in the lata war who
has a national reputation to attend the
j urn lee. ami also the governors of Art
una, Oklahoma, Colorado and Texas, to
gether with their congressional di lega
tions. Governor Otero would be tuvueu
lo astilst the I s'al committees and Dele
gala Kergusson lu showing courtesies lo
tue outsiiie visitors.
A splendid program of speecliee and
music could be carried out a- the fair
grounds during the day and lu the even
lug a bamiuei might be tendered the
vi-iture. Albuutieitiue poeseisea sialic
lent musical ta'eni of a lugli order to
insure thai portion or the program being
made a brilliant success.
This Is a general idea of what the
jubilee should be aud to make 11 a suc
cess some one should take hold and
arrange tha details at once as there is
uol very much time left.
Secretary Crawford, of the fair associa
tion, was seen and asked (or his views lu
the matter. He thought the plau a capi
tal one but expressed the opinion tnat
the Commercial club was beit calculated
to engineer the scheme tuiecesetully as
tne lair association bad eo many other
attractions to look after. Then. too. the
general custom la eastern cites Is to
have commercial bislies make tha ar
rangemenls for these jubilees.
Hon. o. N. Marrou, president of tha
Commercial club, was next seen, and
asked for his views. The project met
wun ins enthusiastic approval ana In
speaking of the mallef ha add: "Hy all
means let ne uuve a peace juv.dlee. while
the matter has not bean brouched In the
Commercial club, that body Isorgauizsd
tor the purpose or promoting all puiiliceu
terprlsee, aud I have no doubt will gladly
do everything in Its power to make the
jubilee a success, l know of nothing
that could add more to the attractiveness
of the fair, aud at ths same time redouud
much to the glory ot Aluuijuerque and
ail ixew Mexico.
Mr. Marrou Is arts u red that anvthlng
done by the Commercial club In this
matter will be applauded by the eutlre
coiiimiinity, aud TiikCiti.kn suggests
that lis call a meeting ot tha club al once
to take the necessary steps to arrange for
TKIiKITOItlAL 'AIB NOTr.S.
The ctitlcal stage In the management
ot the fair has now been passed. It is uo
longer a question whether it will be a
successor not but whether It will be In
the positive or superlative degree.
"Coming events cast their shadows be
lore," aud the shadows at this time indi
cate that the lair this year will be the
greatest lu its history.
Thetastert trotting horses ever seen
on a truck lu New Mexico will take part
In the races at the fair. Among them
may be nieiiUonnl Ophelia, owned by
John Nolan, of lilenvtnod Springs, Colo.;
Louisa M., owned by Hr.Kaster, (oruierly
of this city; Mlse Peterson, belonging to
Louis Peterson, ot Pueblo; and Kaymond
M.. the lienver burse that baa won
nearly everything in the Colorado circuit
this year aud has a record or t Mt. All
the oihers mentioned ulxive have a record
ol 2:12 or better, ho the lovers of fust
horses are ottered a great treat this tall.
I'mIIc I imrt Nawa.
The silica court did a rushing business
Horace W light, who hue sold out his
Interest in ths hadaracco summer garden
to W . K. Cobert, intended to leuve (or the
east Saturday night, and was celebrating
his depaiture lu advance. Ihe result
whs tloil he became intoxicated and was
tun lu. To day he contributed 1'J to the
Andy Johnson paid (lu tor fast driving
on the streets yesterday.
"Kour-rved Phil," a kulght of the
greeu clolli, who presides at one of the
luhlei at the St. Klino, was likewise p. r
mitted to contribute 1U fur disturbing
the peace on Saturday night.
Olllcer Kossl last night arrested a pair
ot juvenile disturbers who were raising
a racket in front of Ihe Salvation Army
barracks. As this occurred before the
services inside, Justice Crawford dis
charged the boys after giving them some
tatherly admonishing as to what would
befall them it they offended likewise a
I t 3 IMiulb tli.t klraaU
An invitation is extended to all to
visit the Hair under its new manage
ment. The proprietors have made great
Improvements throughout the entire es
tablishment, and Bre now showing new
goods at (air prices You can always do
better at the Kair than any place else.
W hen lisiklng for chiuaware, glassware,
kitchen, dining or bathroom utensils,
stationery, parlor ornaments, wire or
willow ware, li.ys, notions, lamps, chlui
uieys, etc, come to the Kair We buy
(or t'ttsn at Headquarters, ne sell for
cuh, and we save you middlemen's
prolltii. TIIK K A 1 It.
111! South Kirst Street.
Tu llie l,!iee.
Mrs. Oaks hss left for New York to pur
chase her (all stock. She leaves compe
tent people to attend to her business
Her trimmer is from the far east, and I
am com) lent will give satisfaction.
A Mtillrlum A.urol.
Father Malidelarl to-dai received a let
ter from Mother Paul, of Silver Clly.
sa)ingthut llie council of the Si dors of
Mercy had decided to accept one of the
propositions made by the committee
having In charge the matter of secnrlng
a sanitarium of the order for this city
rather Mandelarl hss called a meeting
ot tne committee al Collier & Marrnn i
oMlee at :l::to o'clock to morrow afternoon
when all details will be arranged. The
members of the committee are Mavor
Clancy, Judge N. ('.Collier, lr. Wroth
and Wallace lleseelden.
SOCORRO t'Ot Ttr KM.I.IKII
Klnnlrla Ortla Knot and R Iliad HI. gon-ln
Law, 'lvlan Chaea
A killing occurred at La Nutrias, a
village near s.ibinnl, In Socorro county.
yesterdiy. hlonlcln Ortia shot and
killed his son In law, Vivian Chavez. The
parties had violent quarrels, but no one
d i earned they would eulmlna'e so trug
1 he slier iff has been notllled and will
arrest Orllz and lake him to the Socorro
jail as r' orders from the Justice rf the
peace, acting as coroner, Ortii claims
tint he shot In self derense.
ra.nti a Mu.i-.rKH.rii i.rtTUR
llnna. Ian t'hara llmiad r la I'nllrd
IU tlrand Jurf.
liotiiciauo Chavct.tlie atliirney.WHS ar
reted ny i, pnty I iilte.1 Statist Marshal
Joe fcheridan la-t night on the complaint
of Mrs. Jose Huhl.nf Harelss.whn cliargea
mm with opening a registered letter,
addrawel to her aud In care of Mr.
ChaviZ. which iiiiitsliied fIS. Chavez
appesrel before Commissioner Whiting
Una afternoon, waived examination and
was bound over to the I'nitcd States
grand jury. His bond was fixed at IMI.
MRS. MAItTIN AKRKtttll,
Lai ii Haa So Far Kludad Ofltrara, but It aa
Ileiiity In I led Slates Marshal Joe Sherl-
day arrived in the cily yeeterdav morn
ing on the delayed train from tha south
He spent all of Sunday making an uiisiin-
cesstui Hunt after (i. w. Ijilng and Mrs.
Martin. Last night ha found her In one
ol IhHail'dii colleges on Lead avenue.
When she discovered who were after her,
Mrs. Martin refused to open the dmr for
olllcers. The disir was then kicked In
and tha urrest made.
I.alng has so far eluded the grasn of
the ollo-ers but be Pi still in the city and
his rapture Is probably only Question
of a few hours He called at Ihe countv
jail this morning to visit Mrs Mattln and
aftei wards told his attorney. Tuinas
Vlontoya, that he Intended to give him
sell op. I bis hs haa negPcted to do.
Mrs. Martin appeared before I'd I ted
Stales C muiijs'iiiier II. K. Whiting al
the court hoiis'i this aflernoon aud the
hearing w is po.tponed until Thursday,
pt. lo. Iter bail was tiled at fl'Ki.
which ane railed to pecure.
Safa rur Vale.
A miignifleiit i.'alti Hall's latest tin
proved safe almost new. for sale chean
-lust ths ihlug for business house. It
is lira proof and has a combination bnrg-
lar proor vault, vt rite or Iniinlre of li.
ri. hnlght or John Trimble, Albuquerque,
Among the arrivals rn Saturdav
night's train from the west were J. (J.
Hoot and wife. Tne gentleman is the
irtglnator and the presuut supreme coin
mander of the Woodmen of the W orld.
A committee of the local can u wet a at
the train to receive litiu and conducted
him to ths Hotel Highland. On Buuday
morning Mr. aud Mis. Knot were shown
tha city, also the government Indiau
schools, and expressed great surprise at
tne progress lu tha few years sluca the
city tlrst started. Mr. Knot delivered an
address at Woodmen's hall lu the after
noon, which was verv hlshlv annreciated.
They left on the 7: train for Santa Ke,
where he will visit the local camp, and
from there he giai to Las V egas ou tha
same errand, returning to Omaha direct
from that placo. The Woodmen feel
honored by his visit, he belnir the chosen
head of IIO.ikw members, and were very
much pleased with his personality.
L. L. Lyon, the Denver commercial
tourist, who accompanied Mlse Helen
V. llerzog as guardian through Arizona
and New Mexico, recently, called at this
olllea to-day and said he was going to
make several papers In (ha (wo
territories retract what they
hail published about him and Mies
llerzog or else bring suits against
them (or libel. If Mr. Lyon Is as shrewd
as the majority of commercial tourists
he will leave what may develop Into a
disagreeable affair aloue.
Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Nlekerson. accom
pan led by their daughter, spent yester-
lav lu the city on a visit to their eon.
Alden Niekernou, who Is a popular at
tache of the heal depot under Agent
I rull The visitors left for tha east
last night, lu Mr. Nlckerson'a special car,
wnere ansa .Vckcrson will attend school.
MinsMira Kunz. the pretty daughter
f Mr. and Mrs. ('. W. Kunz. who was i n
a visit to Missouri relatives aud especi
ally hr brother. Dr. (ieo, Kunz, of St.
I.oins, returned home last tilght.
Kriends were at the deisit to Welcome the
return home ot Mlse Myra
Our stock ot household linens and
towels Is complete. Secure our prices
before going elsewhere. H. llfeld.tCo
The republican county convention will
be held at the court house on Seiitember
), at 10 a. ui.
All Soldiers There to Be Sent
Home at Once.
Admiral Cerrera and His Sailors
Bid I's Farewell.
Philippine Iotnrjenti Asked to Rctpcct
Suspension ef Bosillltles.
JUDGE TR0M1I M. COOLtT DtaD.
New lurk, Hept. 12 A dispatch to the
rress rrom camp wiknff says: "l nder
pereropdry orders from Oeneral Mill
preparations are being nisde to break
this camp at once by sending home all
the soldiers here
This Is entirely contrary to what has
been the onderetanillrig of olllcers In
command. Shatter said last week that
b.imi or i.ihh) mn would be kept here at
least until O.-toher, and this was snp
posed tj have been the order of Secretary
MOTRINO New l!S TH AT.'
Waat Sacra tarj Alar Maya Ahont
rraaklnc I n ol Camp Wlkoff.
Iletf lit, Hept. Concerning- the re nor I
from I' tmp W lkoff that camp la prepar
ing to break IIP Under Deremntorv new
orders from Deimral Miles. Secretary Al
ger said to-day: "There Is nothing new
In that. The purpose from the first has
been to get the soldiers away from there
aa aoon as possible." Relative lo the
-tnteufint attributed to General Miles,
Never mind what Alger ays."itn.. the
secretary positively refused to speak.
J HON 'a H till It r TO RI-AIN.
I'lilllpala Innurcanta Aakad to, Ohaarte
tha faaoa I'rntneol.
Madrid, Bept 12.-The French amliaa.
aador at Washington. Cainlsin. who has
been acting for Si am In the rxvire neo.
nations, has cabled to thit government
ihe American reply to llie Mi.mUh pro
test against hostilities on the part of Ihe
insurgent in me I'hinptilnes in suite of
iiinpi'K-e protorri. I ne I ulted State
prom.. es to iend anvuvs to 1ml, ins To.
gaios io respect Ihe suspension of hostll
lues, and prevent vessels from leaving
atauii.t nun insurgents wno intend I
prnpagitte an Insurrection In tha other
aPAlll OAnKISIIN IIKSTROVKI.
Tha ' arollne lalaada Ara Ham In I ha
Hand a l Nativaa.
Han r ranclsoo. Bent. 12. Private ad.
vices have been received In this city to
the efT.c.t that the Caroline group of
ieiann, which this oountrv content
plated seizing had the war with Spain
been piolong d. la probably by this time
in the Un l ..f the natives. Two native
C the group who had long been at
w.r wt.h oath oilier, some months
ago declared truce, eombinrd
tlielr foreea and beirau a war
against the Spanish authorities, who
seut in vain to ituam for aid, after con
centrating their forces at Poiiape, but
mey were pooriy supported wun amnion
itlnn and lu no position to resist a tiro-
oukwi annex, tne suiidonii on is tnat
the place wit captured and the Spanish
garrteoii wiped out. This would virtual
ly mean the capture of tha entire onion
.. ii. ...... " r
Jl'DUK COOI.EV HEAD.
Nutad Jurut and Conailiutlonal Lawjrar
Ann Arbor. Mich.. Sent. 12 Jnrtire
Thomas M. Cooley, the noted jurist and
institutional lawver. died to-dav.
rhree months ago be returned from a
private sanitarium at Kllnt. Mich., where
he had been treated chlelly for mental
weakness. He waa then so much im
proved In mental health that he was able
to rrcognlAe acquaintances. He realiz d
his weak physical condition and tailing
mental abllillis and expressed the wi-di
that death would eome. Several weeks
go he relapsed Into a comatose Condi
tioii. During the ensuing interval the
inly Intelligible utterance he made was
when he Inquired once for his eldest son.
till II AUtOS
AN ECONOMjCAL OPPORTUNITY !
Out- of our iriT.ttost efforti w.is crowned with tiecen. We were fortunate enough to
obtain I LP ELL) BROS.' ENTIRE WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT AT OUR
OWN PRICE. We intend to give the public the benefit of thin Mammoth Purchase.
I)on't buy anything elsewhere before examining Our Big Bargains in every department
Everything in our establishment goea Ht PIRESALE PRICES.
Hi ili ill tli f. ?a f. tti j it' v t' t' t'
B. ILFELD & CO., Proprietors.
S i J j ft: ti i's. if. it', it: if. if. if. it: ?i it' if
One Hundred Dozen Negligee Shirts.
2S Cents Each, actual valuo 75 Cents.
Plaids, Checks and Stripes, latest Color Combinations.
Adinlml (rvrt aud Npntsh ftttilurt
IH fr II owe.
Portsmouth. N II . Sent. 12 -Most of
the sadors and marines who survived the
!laster which befel the warships of Ad
uiirat PaseuaK erveraat Santiago July 'A.
eiunamed mis morning mi Ihe steamship
City of Koine. Admiral Cervera with bis
sou. Angel, made a farewell visit to Ihe
llb-ers of the navy previous lo hoarding
the steamer. On bis way to the boat the
admiral said he would carry home with
him many huppy recollections of the
kin in ess and generosity of those high In
meiai circles, as well at) of citizens In
every walk of life.
live You examined
the REGENT Line of
MEN'S St 50 SliOS,
If not we will be glad to show you. they are equal to ." (O Shoes, for stvle
wear and llttiug, all the Latest Toes, and In illm kW iix Calf, liluck llox Calf ami
K angiitis., snd in Tan
and llrovvii Willow
Calf. We can please
you and oiler you the
Largest Sock of
MKY8 r IN K slloKs
South of deliver to
Hnnu V'.ur S'..v Mvnirni0 to lit. M.nl ( )r.t-t
C. CAIHSLEY & GO.
1111. OUItKHW WIVKM lAKKriL. ATTKaJTIOSJ.
Kelluble .lime Dealrra.
122 S. Second St.
wwmwm w e AeaAaJLiMiUAawwtaAA.
bCCClJI I n w If 1 .I P. t -N-T-. fTy-jm rr-, 9
; E have a Large Stock of GOOD SECOND
T HAND WATCHES, costing riw from
$10.00 to $30.00, all in perfect order and guaranteed,
which we are closing out at from $3.00 to $10.00,
H. E. FOX,
Chlf Witch Inpctor,
S. F. P.
LiJing JVwrlry Huuk ol ilw Soulhwtit.
vyvyvyyv mwm rvvymvvwt v v myvrmyvyvvyvyf
Leon B. Stern tk Co.,
220 RAILROAD AVENUE.
FOR THIS WEEK I
Special Sale of Boy's School Suits.
E. L. WASHBURN & CO.,
in t -
200 Fino Suits only
200 Extra Fine Suits, only
500 Boy's Shirt Waists,
regular price 75c. only
Ask to seethe "Marvel," best 31.50
Boy's School Shoes on earth.
irini"innr 'ir 'ir 'li r,r II II ll'll'Ir'IMK'H'IK'IK'IK'IK'IK'll' ijK1 rMlc-illrJiiciirtgJJ
rm cnnninnnioT HAn.oHB
Me CALL BAZAAR
All Pattern 10 and (Sc
20 1 Railroad Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M
Tlio Best lalglitod Store in
Filled Same M
Day aa RccciTt4.( f
We Never Were So
Well quipped I
, . .
W 1,. 1 il. i i
Itf iUUtU nil) tlt'IIIilUtl llllll 111.1 DC 11121(10
in the Wiiy ot Wcitrin Apparell...
We Also Lead !
In the Quality, Style and i
rnce oi ury uooas.
still on jiiid is an opportunity .to huy ii Fine California p"
IManket at the price of inferior goods. i
So that to trade at this store ii to be a satisfied customer. Heinj; very busy marking
and checking off New Goods we simply call your attention to our '
Window Display of Now DRESS GOODS,
New Silks, New Capes,
New Jackets, Now Underwear,
And a Now Lino of .lowoled and Plain lleauty Pins, p"
Sale on the WHITE BLANKETS