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I VOLUMH 1, ALHUQUEUQUH, NKV Ml-X1CO, SATURDAY, SKITKMhl-R ."), 1H'.). " " '
Chisago. Sept. iL I here win un air of
nuiual bustle nnd nativity nroiinil Dm
Mdquarlars of the Columbian Kxposi
ion In the Itnnil McNitlly building onrly
iii uiorning. J ho member (if thn Na
,,onl CoratnlMion of I hit Hoard of Lady
pauagera wore arriving fiom nil pnrta of
b country, for tho puriMMM of com pur
I notes nr.d taking such nation for tlio
grtlicr promotion of tht otitttr iir ifu ni
iy le fount! ntveKnary nt ttili time
im ounhundrrd lino looking Indie wore
itherod in the tiinin hull of thn Art In
Hutu building nt noon, when Mr, 1'ot
r Palmer culled to ordr the meeting of
ie board of lly iimungots. In welcom
t delegate, Preaidentroea Pnltuer mud
nt the uuMt iuiKirUtit bueihceM of Hi
eetlng would bo thn formuhitioii
citato work, The women had fought
irand gained recognition, nml tho time
arrived when it would be necotH
s llism to commence work in cnrnoiit
,ty would nliu huve to determine what
loulil go into lln Women's Hiiilding
intthiDg that 'iiiil only boon vaguely
oted nt hitherto. It waa decided Hint
4 1 lection of n secretary of the Indict'
rd, to nucooed MUa Phii'lm CoiizHih,
If . V I
Ol. 1AJUIB, WHO WIIM UelMMtHl Millie
tk ago, should bo tunde it npevial or
I fur this fleriKMiU HHtmiiou. It m be
red that Mrn. Hunnu Gnlo Cooke Mill be
noiuiuutlv chosen. Miss Cou.m hud
t put in nn npHnrnnco lit the morning
Mlun, but It in undetatood thut hIii will
forronl protest against the action o
iulllceralu deposing her. The board
ill aliujadupt an official mnl for itiU;u
nt. Several competitive sketche
Are been received, The fortuunte com
titor will receive it prize of f.VI. Tl
Ail in to boar the legend "Hoard of Lndy
laagers of the World's Columbiiin
unimiaaion, created by active Congress,
witfuuirmj in.l. iiin nolle
ftpaar to be full of business, nnd projsme
trintoct it with greater dispatch than
Ik occilon of their previous uiih1
t, which wan the lint muuy of them
u ever known of legislative work.
After the meeting of the board of lndy
magera bad len called to order it wiim
mounoed thnt Phoibe Oouzimi wna
tin a candidate for the secrolnryahip.
Ktcandidsoy of Mrn. Whitney H. Allen
of the Indy manager for Iowa, wbm
announced MrH. 'looks, however,
present acting secretary, hni it urn
nty of tho managers. Home iutermt
ketcbea were received nnd plnred nn
in the competition for the olMcinl
. Tho tlrt iImIko leceived wns from
woman in nouthern llliiioin. It aliowe
jd rifting on a bob, with n little ship in
t torettronnd, vimble between two
ek. An Kvantton woman Mnda i
vtty Ueiu, UarioK the hnnd of Iit
ilia of Hpnin. In the dbtnnce are the
chipn of Uolurabu upon the water.
mi under the head tie motto, "Let her
ka praiM her in the uatee." From
rinKton, Ky., comes one presenting n
mmtn in Mowing robea, ird!ed nbout
i waiat. Bho atanda oy a npiunini;-
mI nnd holda in one Land the dmltiir.
sib with tbo other ahe ahnden her eyea
J lookw into the diatance. Uenenth in
motto, "The future Hopo'a alnniiiK
A ChicAio lady who him more
F-t.c couoeption thnn execution Bends
MiKii ohuwitiK Columbia atundiOK in
Ktte. Around her aro kneelinu women
truitf onorinira. To tho nht ia the
where appears a lluuruatnudinit with
bar foot upon a prumotory. From
tacouain cowra a pen nnd ink nketch
laaballn. Underneath the head ia the
Xto, Hhe parUd with her jewel to
the world Columbia." A really
autiful dcaign come from a Waalunu-
umau. It ia a aiinple wrinlh of
7 laaves InoloaiuK the motto, "Fidra et
wtitia." From Florida a woman wriUf,
anu her deditfit, which ia simply be-
ueccriptiou. It repreeenta Colum-
m landing on tho ooaat Fur thu re
of the sal she bujkoi a ball-room
a. Tho deniiru bears thu motto. "1
m&tt my jewels to rniau the money."
other woman from Florida otters tm a
lo a tire-pointed star bearing within
points the motto, "Uod and human
HncirclinK tho atnr ia tho iiiacrip-
a. "Woman's henrt. braiu and Imnd
bine to aid mankind by love, tiurity
ml common aente."
Tbe fall aiwaion of tho National com-
on was cnlled to order in the coun-
cbimbcr of tho city hell by Thomas
falmor, chief executive, at 1(1 o'clock
1 Burning. A number of important
rtlona are to be conaideiod. Amonu
ia the matter of a bureau of
trf Il is the opinion of leading
Votar of tho commission thnt con.
ahould nay three nwarda and
wld alsa provide the money for tho
kl The amount required will be
"tiers from IMO.OOO to 7t,00.
B Batter of olawitlcntlon will also bo
1 iotu flual shap at the prreont meot-
nu an elaborate report will be pro-
from thn committee which ha
'Btr its consideration. In hiaopen-
ddreas reviewing the work of the
l'raaidont Palmer said thnt they
ue marked progress and an iru-
dranos and he did not toe how
old have done better. The for
GODmlselonera alan had dnnn irrant
of the immm of the National
"olaion will show an inenditurs
be organization or $100,021,
n snnronristion of ClbUOOU.
penoos of the trent vear from
1 't bars bean H.0O0. strain t an
Uqb ot 100,000. BlDo July lit
the latly managers hove nrntnt but f0?J
out of n total ntpronrlntlon of f3J.(XX).
Curtnilmnnt will have to bo neceeanry
n the Hoard U now upending money at
the rate of tJ,7) it year nml han but
V.,fi00 with which to pay bllla. Tho
prf4nt niiHiting of the Nntlonnl com
mianlon will involve nn expenditure or
lfi.Ow), and it meeting of tho Lndien'
Ixmrd WXX) ndditlonal.
Oettybnrg, Pit , Kept. II. luthnprea
enceofnn iuiuienan throng, tho mnnu
meiitn erected by the itnte of Illinoi to
tlio Klghth nod Twelfth Illinois Cavalry
were formnlly delicatsl to-dny with aol
emu fervicea. Tomorrow tho monu
nu'iit in memory of the fnllen ami in
honor of tho surviving uiemlxT of the
highly Second lllinniH Infantry will nlro
Im dodicattsl. To day's exerciee were
under the direction of Jacob (Iroaeof
the Highty-Hecotid Infnntrj, W, N. Tay
lor, of the Kighth Cavalry and V M.
l.ulT, of the Twelfth Cavalry. The dmli
cation fixcrefsea comprhuHl a juiut eer
vlc. of thn three regiments consulting of
prayer, nriilioiiH and iuubic A Urue
delivatiun wa proncnt from IllinoiH, in
c udmgtlov. Fifer, Secretary of Slato
I'enrmiii, Htnla Treasurer YYilmi , Adju
taut (Jcnernl Heeee, Awiatnnt Adjutt.nl
(ienernl Itiinkin, (ien. Charlre Fit
Simmon, nml many others. The Ilh
not nHociiition of WaBhiiigton, I). C,
alwi came on in force to participate in
the event. Thu presentation of the me
mornil to the etiit'i wan made by exdov.
UN itmiur nf lli..
Kighth Cavalry, nnd Oov. Fifer reetiond-
i'il Mil behalf of the atHte. The service
to morrow will Im pciely eimilar
The legielnture of IIIiiioih appropriated
",tMI for the i.n tion . the monutnentn
di'du-Ht.Nl todn.t. They are nil rough
and drifofd rni'iite and are among the
hiiinlMinie.it meiuiiriiila on the battle
Held at ( Jit'btirg..
I'hiladelphiii, Sept. i. Tho announce
ment from Koine that ltcv. Dr. Iuimtiua
F. Homtmiiiin of Una city will nrobitblv
be the aucctwH'ir of the lute llislion
Ui inour, of Cleveland, crentee conauler
able eurpriiHi in Catholic circles, aa it
has not been known that hie name wan
included in tho lint of throw eligible
prntn, that in accordance with the lawa
of the churotf had In on forwarded to
tho nticnu by the eccleaiusticn of that
diocen-. It ia ndmittod, however, that
the selection ir, An udmirnble one. Dr.
Iloratmann 1h Chancollor of thn Arch-
dioceko of Philadelphin. He ia a man of ! led by A. Tribou.
line presence, a silver tongutnl orator, a
magmflceul mtuician, a profound thco.
loginn, and i said to have no eo,unl in
tho entire country ua an authority on
ohurch law. Ilia knowledge
ment nre repeatedly cnlled into requiai
lion by ecclrHiaatics of other ilioce
for opinion that will tend to fettle dn-
UUteil OlleatioilB. Ha ia nnullv. MIm.
city, not yet fifty yenra of age, and Iims
iHen rectcr or at. Mary's church for
John Tiinney, n Laa Vogus brnkomnu,
hna gone onat fox hia family.
A Snn Marcinl engine No. 470, la at tho
Union ttliops being repaired.
J. II. Ward, the railroad contractor
from Iiaa Vegas, is nt the Snn Felipe.
(). J. Chaplin han been nppointod gen
eral agent of the Santa Fe at Atuhiaon,
O. A. Hancock, mntar mechanic, ia
bnck from it trip over tho Atlantic A- ln
cilln. F.ngino No. lot, doing yard duty nt
Trinidad, ha been sent to Toeka for a
Mrn. F. Kamee, of Iji Vga, and Mrs.
T. I) Scott, of I'ueblo, wives of Snntn Fo
awiirhmen, arrivitl lnt night
MiasLucy Holmee, clerk at the rail
road elation in Magilaleua, hnH gone to
Knnaa to py n viit to her parent.
The company are changing tho ien
wheel euginoa, formerly used Ix'tween
Itatoli and ha Vega, for eight wheel
Melville I'minery, a pi mcer railroader
on tin Santa Fe, now mnter mechanic at
Arkanau Cil), Kauan, im viaiting friend
l or the accommodation of thn public,
Agent Walker ha the ticket olllco unit
baggauo room at the depot, kept open
pari of the afternoon.
Jack Farrell, of the Itock Iiland, who
Iibh b-en on tho night run Initween Trin
idad and Koewell, will lie iranaferred to
the I'lnlhiwliurg diviaiou.
Nathan Lighthall, who iHHaid to halo
been the inventor of the hand car, died
at .South lleud, I ml. Ho was a fanner
and wn over 7(1 j earn of ago.
A delegation from tho town along thu
Santa Fo road will attend the unveiling
of the Htiitu t of King Coal in tho miner
al palace ut I'ueblo, September 0.
The HutTnto Hxprtvw nays that a move
meiit im on foot to organir.o an neaociii
tiou of railroad men who hnvo boon lu
the aurvico for more than twenty year.
JnineM M. Fih, the Atlantic .V I'acillc
station agent at Coolidgo, with hiHwifo,
are on a visit to Mr. A. K. I'helan, of
Huh city. They will return to Coolidgo
Tho tcuiuniB of Hrakemau White have
iwen pioporly embalined at Strong' uu
dertiiklng rotime, and will bo whipped tin
mvening to Ueuvur for burial, nccuinpnn-
wowi, there nie only ten sections lu
each enr, iuateiul of foiirtien Iim iii the
ordinary car, but there are two atate
room iiiKlead of one, nnd they mo tin
usual" Urge and comfortable. More
Hpnco than usual la also giten to the
toilet room, which are no hiIuiiIimI iim to
"cure a greater degree of privacy than
in the ordinary sleeper.
John Carr, the engineer who waa hold
up near Cotopnxi on the Denter.VKlo
Oraudc, han the true eletneiilMof a llfnt
claa euginmr. Ill courage, a ahowu
Ix'Tore the rolilM'f -tlio demiiudid hi
watch, clearly indicatid t It if. when he
replied "1 cantiot run ni) engine with
out n watch." 'Ihiat-liowe the true grit
of tho man Not for it inouiint did ho
think of Iiin own mfcly but that of the
CIiiih. Dyer, divimou aiiKTintendent at
Ij'IH oga. hliH UhiiiiI the follow mg th
ward notice "The Atilnmm, TokH A
hautii l'n rnilroiid will pity frV4i rewanl
for the arreat and conviction of the M-r
Min or porMoiiM who broke the hwitch
lock and inii-placiil hwit h at Wagon
Mound, Sept. lat, 1H'.I, derailing eiigiun
iJ, on oxlrit weut. Conductor Miller "
the railway holdup and robbery on
the Pouter ,V Ituiliriuide Tin Kiluy innrii
mg would indiciito that nuitatora of the
Jtviae JiuiicH gang are not yet out of
exintelii'o. '''heir hucc- will be hut
Hhoit lived, however, nn the railroad oil!
ciuIh will Hpnro
overtake the biiudita and theircapluro ia
Major J. W. Donnelly, of the laud do
pnrtuicnt of the Atlantic A I'ncillc, cauiu
in from the wit IhhI night. The major
ih milking big elTortM to have the llii(t
exhibit at tho fair poexiblu of the re-
eoorcoi of tho country through which
IIiih great rNilioail rune.
IHIIMi tiUtUt OIIK,
The lliireao liuiiiigriitii'ti Ih.h j ml
laued a Ileal little folder, of iiitiseinelit
ir.e, in in i .'.' einelnpe, anil en
titled a "llii'lgi t of Information nmrcfn
ing the N'litorai IteMior. e mid Adt an
tigen of Now .Mexico," which ih, iih it
chitni to Im-. "A conciHe htaleiuent rare
fully preparinl for tlm delect ttiou of the
home ieki allowing that hero i an
inviting Held for capital, and the coining
country of the entithwoat." J a neat
and coiitemeut d'i(.uiuont, brim full of
Unled down facta, anil ahould l o in the
h ft ii i Ih if every citiwn of the territory, wi
that whoneter lie writoi a letter, of
frieniNhipor Iii.hiiu'cm. to mijUaly in the
"atates." he can eni'lin-ooiioof tin-to liltle
Itliliiigriitliili iigeiite " for New Mexico
The present board of iiniiilgratiou im
lining the uiengro appropriation lit ita
diixiaiil for all it ih woitl.audiH (Iiimh-
more ginid ill tho way of mlvertiaing our
rieourcoM and iidtniitiigo. abroad than
whm ocr ilniio by all of it h priilecetwora
together, and iih the huroiiu, ao fur ah itH
working partH are cnni'eriii'd,cotithiM en
tirel) of the secretary, t n, much credit
cnuiiot In given toC.il. Max l'n ml. for
hia energy and iiiduttry in keeping the
advantage, of .New Mexico on cunalutitly
and conapiciiouHly before the public. A
few yeara ago il wiih the rule for the bu
ien- i iim the greater jiarl of ita impro.
iriation in pacing the aalary of ita aerro
If1. B. ZDTJnSrXj.IP,
Commission, Produce Fruits,
Hnttcr, Kgs, Poultry, Etc.
ael HOt Til HCl'OSl) HTHKKT - . iDIIUCJUKlKJUK, NRW UHXICO.
I'nrker nml Shipper of Choice Xen Mexico I'enchf and the Celebrated
Mlaalon tlrnpe. Agent for the Xen York drape llaaket,
The Heat Fruit Package made.
liny, (irain. Flour and Potatoes in Car Lots.
M rile tor I'rlren
l'lnr friiUr nolo r will, turn fur fruit Mid iki will U mtMlii.l In n war
It )..u I1 Ktult In n.n.lan. -nJ it lo m.. I ,n u t i ,. ,ulnu,. if rhole. an J too
ill uLulti full mrkit mtiii..
-i.ooo llurrclM Nntivu AjijiIch, from tho bent NurncrieH in tho
I'hilndelphm, Sept. I. The oillcinl
mnll of tho Knighta of Labor linn Uen
tremendously increased nn a result of
tho following circular which has bu
sent to every nection of tho country over
mo algnnture of John W. Hnyee, tho
general aecretnry trenauror: "Tho din
tnct nteemhly in cities nnd towns where
such oxiat, nnd local nssemblies where
no districts are orgnuir.ed, nro requested
to make liatn of anloon keoiern nnd
othors who sell beer manufactured by
tho Anheuter Hunch Ilrewiug nnoc!n
lion of St. Louis, and tho W. J. I.mn
Urewing company of tho name plnoe, al-
ao of dealers who display the advertise
ments of those llrma, and forward theao
lint to this olllce." It in understood thnt
thin order in preparatory to nn oillcinl
boycott on tho llrma in iUfMtiou.
An emphntic denial ia given ut the
headquarters of the knightu to the atate
ment that the recent visit of A. W.
Wright to the aoulh wan witli a vmw . if
smoothing over trouble of the order
rented in that retrion bv ihn rolnr Imn
Says Secro'ary 1 1 aye, "Thero innowlor
line in wie Knlglila of Latior."
Mlllllm n the Werlit'H Fair.
Clncngo, Sept. 4 A plan ia on foot lo
bring 100,000 militiamou from tho vitr
lous states to this city during the World's
fair. The enterprise ia to be backed to
the extent of tn.10,000. A camp is to bo
laid uul contiguous to tho World's fair
grounds, capable of ncconimodntiug from
fl,(0 U 0,XX) trrmps nt a time. The in
tention la to give the different state u
turn the uso of tho camp for one week.
Iherowillbolontnfor militiamsn, bur-
racks for families nod n large parade
ground. It is intended, in addition, to
uo the grounds when not occupied by
the militia for nlhletio contests In which
it ia proiiosed to hnvo nil the moat noted
athletes of tho world compete.
MMmrnn Im Heaslon.
Cresaon, Pa., Sept. A largely at
tended convention of surgeons connected
ith the Pennsylvania Railroad opened
nt Crcntan Springs to day for the pur-
pose of bringing into existence the
Peunaylvnniit Railroad Surgical society.
P.'ominent railroad aurgeonn from differ
out pnrta of tho country nre present tn
. . . . . , . .,
parxicipsie id ios ueuoerniious.
Cant. W, A. Abbett. whu hna looir
been with Messra. Psroival A llntton,
renl rslato and Insuranoe brokers, Dos
Moines, Iowa, and is one of the heat
known and most respscted busmets meu
In that city, says: "I can testify to the
good qualities of Chambsrlin's Cough
Remedy. Having uaod it in my family
for tho uut eight years, I can safely say
it has no eoual for either colds or crouo."
50 osnt boltles for sale by Thoo. Ii. Dur
gM k Boo, Druggist-,
The tracks of the Santa IV yanlH ars
iMiing greatly extouiK'd, and three or four
now tracks put in. Tina is made nec. H
sory by the contnntly increasing buai-
nen of the yards.
H. 1). Hoimer, night ynrdmotter hero
four yeara ago, but coming down
from Denver laat night, ia regiatored at
the Windsor. He is here looking up
job. They nil return.
Ihn train robbers who hold up it Den
vor A Rio (Jrando pnnienger train near
Cotopaxl, Col., thu other night secured
Kl.tiOO in gold, ailver nnd currency from
thooxpreaa meesenger'n ante.
liio hearing of the complaint of tho
Wicnitn wholesale grocer ugainat the
Mainour i Pocitlc, Atchiaou, Rock Island
etc, will take pijoe before tho Knnaua
atato board at Topeku to-day.
Tho nhlpmeot of cnttlo continues. Tho
cattle are from San Murcial nnd other
points, nnd nre so poor and weak thut
they can hardly atund up. The drought
in nuns sections of the aouthwest is
the Atchison, Tojieka A Santa Fo
will, on September I'J.pul uuanln for the
irrigation convention, Salt Lake City
rouou trip iicaeia ai me price or olio
faro. Tho tickets are good for all pointa
In .New Mexico.
J. 11. Kilpalrick, gouernl foreman on
the Rock Islsnd nt Uoodluud, Kan., with
a party of friunda, waa al Trinidad the
other dny. The parly conaiated of Mr.
and Mrs. Kilpntrick, Mr. uud Mrs. Wy
more nnd Miaa Kilpatriuk, of Ohio.
C. II. Curtis, of To:Hkn,ohief clerk un
der A. A. Robinson, second vioe president
nnd general munager of the Atclnaon,
Tupokn & Santa Fe, is quite alck nt the
hot apriugs of Ban Miguel county, Dr.
J. M. Curt ia, also from Topekn, in nltend
ing hi bedside.
William Courier, llremnn out of lUton,
hua returned from Middleville, Mich
where he usaiatrd al the burial of his
mother, whoso death occurred on August
10, Mr. Courier Ia known hare to many
of tbo rnilrond boy a, and they extend
I he Roswell Register says; "It is re
ported on what neeina to be reliable au
thority that Mr.Choa. Ii. Eddy Is now In
New York, and has about consummated
the sale of tbo Pocos valley rnilrond, nnd
the North and South canals, to a Hun
Tho American library associations from
Ronton, New York and Philadelphia, con
sisting of 100 members, will make a trip
to the Pacltlo roast about the middle of
October. There will be onocouiDoaito
car, four sleepers and one dining car.
It will be a special train.
Hix new sleeping cars, claimed to be nt
line an any ever built in this country,
havo len plaoed lu service between Chi
cago nud Portland, Oregon, over the Chi
cago, Mllwaukeo A St, Paul and North
ern Paollio rofcdc The woodwork is pol
ished bird's oye maple and the uphol
lary, and that olhcial wiim not ettwoted
no pinna or exneiiko to in dn nm n.m , i.., ... , .
i - ...... ..,,,. .unii it, nri'i ui loo
"dignity of the institution, but the
premint board turned over a now leaf,
nnd concluded that whatever money it
had nt itadiapoxal mIiouM bo lined for tho
purpoHo of printing iiii.I diNtributing facia
aliout New Mexico, and not in paxing
aaliirioa; cinaequently, inatead of receiv
ing mix hundred or a thoiiHand dollar a
year, mm the iihihI of hia predecenaorM hud
received, tlio pr Ment Hncretary i obliged
to content hnupeir with tho tntiuiliccnt
aiim of one hundred dollar per aiiiium,
nud i exM-cted to -hump hmitolf bo
aides another illiiNtration of thoold any
ing, that the more hard work a mail dm-H
the Icm ho gtn for It.
Tho operatliuiM of tho bureau, oh now
conatituled, are Hhowing Ihn people how
much good can be dune for the terntorx
by that umtitut and thn prohaliihtieH
are that the next legihlalun will uiiille
more liU'rnl'prnviMionH for iim aupport.
An Imperlanl XX rrk.
lorritonal fair week, w Inch operiH at
lbiiilerinin oil Septciula-r lltli mid
cUmeaon the I'.lth, will ho nn iliiportuut
weoK lor .m-w Mexico. Adxui.iv reportH
iroiu all imrtN of tho territory agree that
an iiuuounl degree of mlereat and activity
im U'uig uianifi'Mtcd in tho collection and
arrangeuieiit of count) exhibit h, mm well
in- of individual exhibit, agricultural,
fruit, mineral, mIocK. etc. Thn lu'inagcrH
of I ho fair have arrai.gid very liberal
premium iim-h in all the ludiiHtriul de
partiiieiilii of the exhibition, Ih-hiiIi-m
iiuim-roiiM nnd very largo purn-M in the
sporting department, such iih trotting
anil running racoH.tlromeii'H racei., hhrnit
ing uiiitclice, Iihni bull gniiiea, eti
Tim liberal nud energetic policy of the
luiiliageru hna ntlrin tnl i::e attoi tiou of
I la w huh territory iim well na of Colorado,
Amzoiiii and T.-xmh. Tin in turn Ih.m
g.Vi'ii the fair an uutiaual iiuiouut of ad
xertiMiug lu llit-Hi iioighlMirmg atutea
and the protniao ia excellent for a large
number of visitor from otnaidn the Iine-i
of Now Mexico. Arizona pnrlicularly
will not only send many viaitor, but will
exhibit largely of her products and ro
wiurce. I ho Denxer paiHira are iMHim
ing the fair very liberally under the cir
cuuiatunceH. the rnllroau line within,
nnd thoan runuing mto the territory,
have contributed very mntorially to ito
advertifomont and autveaa by making it
uotably liberal paaaoiiger aud freight
I he amount of nilvt-rtiHiiig the exhi
l.t. C I , .
union hum received naa bimn Uliirm
tlented aud the interi-Hl and proinife of
atlendanco I hkowia uuprecodented,
therefore im an indutrial exhibition tho
territorial fair ahould and dun bl lew will
be one of unprecedented uaefuluetai and
u .......... ri'..: . .., . ..
niiii'nn. till Will milKO IlHI WKl'U n
very importniit one to the territory. In
thnn bringing together large numlwira of
people from widely eepnratod Bectlou of
the country and acquaiuling them with
eucii oilier anil the peculiar industru-n
nud productH of each, the fair will have a
liberalizing and educating iulluence tlnil
will hoof untold lienellt lothodetelop
nient of the whole territory. It will at-
ao serve na a medium of much beiiatlcnti
advertising through uewapaper and vii-
tors iiucount of tho products aud ro
sources of the turritory aa exhibitixf.'
It will a. ho Imi nn iuiMirtaut week Im
cnuae of the uumber of meelinga and
oonventiona of territorial inUireat that
are to be held In he metroiMilia ilurnn
the wei-k. Among then nre thn rail
road convention, the nnnual republican
league convention, the democratic ciihj
live committee moeliiig.etc. Thew will
bring together ninny of New Mexi?o'n
moat prominent und progrreaix-n citixeua
liio week will certainly result m much
goo. I to tho various genernl nail local in
lerosts that will receive attention, and
tho very low rate make it possible for
i: ,i ( (x i;Tii
Tlio convinlion of the lletiiililuiiii
League club thrnucliiiul the lernton.
which ih to l. held here on the 7th
Hint., in a matter of nn huiiII importance
io inn puny in .New .Mexico, ami aliould
ncenn more attention t (.mi lH .,.tl
gucn to it tluiH far. The republican-, of
Albuquerque thould llltent theuiHelve
'it Mice to umbo all th ii rii.e.uiMii pi- ii...
iiiiiki-oo'iiim, nun no wiiiileer
may Im roiinreil to ruako the mooting a
aucccHM, 1 hero im nothing that h. much
coiidui iH to parly huccoi-h iih thorough
organization, and tho Ural atop to a thor
ough orgaiiir.ati..n of tho party in Now
Mexico la a good couxeiiliou of the
league club. U't etery republican take
an iiiten-Hi in the matter.
Til AT'H H.
One of tho miHt prominent cilirena of
Arizona, who.e name wo can givoif nec-
etaary, and who ha boon aciiuainled
with Huh town ever since thn Mm brick
waa laid, remarked to .1 atranger joler
day iiiiirinug in the lio.iring of a Citizkn
reporier. "They kick alajul Albuouer-
que, and all the rest of the towns try to
run it down, hut all trie aame it keei
nn growing faster than all the real of
them put together, uuil oxery laxly that
comes hero Mtaxa." Unit' the I..
truth and tell the whole story. You
coiildn t Cipro- nny nioro in a coliimu
We "gel thorn" all the kuiiih.
AIho larjxt fonsipimt'iits of Calironiiit Fruils.
A NOVEL IOSA.
A I Suit ltke Cit) on the I7lh of Una
month, rt largely attended irrigation coo
ventton will Im held. Delegate will be
proaeut from all tho western Male and
1 .1 lo. r. diatneta of Ruaaia are aulTer
ing from famine, and it i little wonder
that riotn havo been caued by thn ux
IMirtation of rye. Willi a fracliou of the
money needed to aupport the Cziii'm nn
metimi nrmy, ample food for all could be
l'nosi. wishing to invest tn New Mexi
co nnd Arizona uiiueH will I hi greatly in
teroated in the exhibits at the territorial
fair. Nearly nil the miuea in the two
territories will have orrn on exhibition
at the fair, and a study of tin collections
will be of benefit to promised Inventors.
h i but very little known thnt the
tomato ih a native of South America. It
wiih known in F.ugland na early as 1KM,
lint itH introduction into North America
im ciodit-d to tin French families who
were exiled 'y the revolution of Son
Domingo and untiled in the eastern part
of the I 'uitcd Slhtea.
Si run un I Vhtkii announces thnt
fieri in no foundation for the rumor
whatever for the report that thn 4U per
cent ImiiiiIs which come tlue to day, will
continued at 'J per cent interest, if
noi presnuieil. lie Mi)
absolutely coiiho to liear
turity, and will Im redeemed na fas', as
In the spring of IRHl, when tho pub
lisher of Una paper llrat proKHted hold
ing a territorial fair, tho idea was ridi
culed iih visionary and it waa urged that
it would prove n fmlure. He ia aome.
what proud of the aurceaa of the nnnual
exhibitions, and llrmly believes that it
la just ns eaay for a community to estab-
IihIi a fair aa a graveyard.
A iiiMTtNiit'isiu.n Paris professor, after
a careful Investigation, declares his be
lief that n hypnotized person may be
mode to commit a crime. That conclu
sion han been reached by other invest!-
Iliiakwalltr'a I'lan for Ih
Tho farmor' village it not o novel
a acheine. na a tchoine. hut It one
thnt hns. we hrllovo, never Iwen do
veliipml in America to an extent com
niciiMinxtn with It ndvantafcr. Mr.
John W. HiMikwnltor hna umlerUvkcn
to put the hlen in practical working,
and to that end has purchnaed a tract
of till, tic i m.reH In Nehrskn. with ihn
Intention of dividing It up Into farms,
nnd renting or nelllng them to farmers
who nro willlnir to enter Im hi.
theorlra nnd benotlt by them. There
aeem to be nothing vlalonnry In tho
idea, and the only very exceptional
feature of it that it Ii taken up by
ono man for tho benellt of hi fellows,
whon it might cosily be carried out by
a combination of plans and force- on
the part of a number of men who would
ahnre equally In Itn odvnntngo. Mr.
Rookwnttcr propoaoa lo hulld homos
for thnao who nrti notable to buy thorn
nnd allow thorn to pay rent until sucb
time as they can hecomo tho owner If
they aru m Inclluod. In thin way each
man can test the plan and need net
commit himself financially to lu failure
or uocees unless he choose to do to.
Of course there la no more, liability to
failure under these conditions than la
nny other farming enterprise. The
drawbacks would simply be thoeo con
tingent upon all agricultural ventures.
Tho advantages, however, would be
the bonda will Incalculable In the opportunity thus
intereat at ma- ITvn p tho enjoyment of the lighter
and brighter thing of life. Farm Ufa
hnn Ita poetic aide, but It la leas ap
parent to the average farmer than to
the mat of tho world, and It has not
been a sufficiently strong element to
counterbalance the prosalo monotony
and tho Isolation whreh repel so many
ambitious younj spirits. The possi
bility of eren degradation In the Ufa)
of a fanner la sharply brought out by
Hamlin Garland In his stories of
prairie life. The existence thus ex
posed Is divested plUlcsily enough of
everr vestige of glamour that could
possfbly ollng to It. Tho hopelessness
of the outlook for men and women
who seem doomed to a slow death of
mind and soul U not accented ono
whlt too ttroaf ly. It la well know
The olortuUN Hokum .iiii
fxew iorx, h-pi. i. Histor lleatnce,
tlm notorious laigua nun, who hna Ix-en
frequently exKhd in tho nowapnMra
wn arraigneil in the Jefferson Market
hiicm conn on thn chnrge of vagrancy
ptererrwl liy Agent Jerome of the Chnr
ity Organization society. She waa com
nutted fur examination.
Ihewomnn ha a luatory. She is the
name woman who sued ihn late Senator
Simon Cameron, of Pennsylvania, for
160,0)0 for breach of promise of mnr
riage. Ueli. II. 1-. Duller waa counsel for
Senator Cameron, nnd the tnnl, which
laated about two Woeka, rcatlltod In
verdict agninal the woman. She la aaid
to Im Mane Oliver, the wife of Thomas
Marshall Oliver, of Louiax ille, Ky., who
dUcardttd her. rioualor Cameron II rat
mel her in New Orleana in 1H70 She
followed him lo Waahington and he ae-
nllpoil K.r it tut..!,, In , 1 . .. ... I -
I.- . .... - ,--w.ii.n in .in- ncnniirr un
, " " l'i" r uie inrtlUMlt. While f ho waa living at the
t.ri-iliirv 1. i.u it... ..I....... ii I V. "
' "'". V li'ui if en 'r.,m..n I,, mi-. Il .1 ..i
mm .....Ilk .. .. 1. .1 .1 ......... ...l.h. waillfiuil lu
nil Ul u TISIV III ino uieiroiKillM or
rxew Mexico, and tho territorial fair
Sanla Fo Sun.
Knnsru Ktly, Mo, Sept 4. -Therenub-
llcan of tin atate protioae to do their
ahare toward theHiicceaaof Hoi McKln-
ley campnigu in Ohio. Thin evening
Oov. Humphrey, W. H Mcllride, atate
Inaurnnce oommiaaloner, and Louis Han-
uacK win leave for Columbna en route
for Mnaaillou, where Ihey will oiien their
campaign in behnlf of the "Little .Na
vatic.! her 81,000.
IlllnuU nl larllyNlmrsT.
. .... .1 . .. . .. . , .at.
vietijBoiirg, ra., ?opi, i. ho exer-
cite incident to the dedication, of the
inouumenta to the Illinois noldlera who
fell nt thia spot were continued to dnv.
Thi nfierniMin (iov. Fifer anil a delega
tion from Illinois will leave for the Na
tional capital under the escort of the
Illinois Association of Waalnngtou nt.d
to morrow the viailorM will U tendered a
Hr.NAToii Stiwakt leing ake.l who
would be the next republican nominee
Tilt: manning of the word advertise, for president, aired up the situation vorv
,u iu.Hn Kuown, explain us impor- accurately when he luntentiouah m
. w . . . . I - ...
xanco. .nanexnown wnni you have to I rilled: "Much will depend uimhi wht
sen or what you with to buy. The ben-
tnUha liliu-j in Ihn nit MhPA.a II h,.
Ury Uemboneed vslye panels of which eflU are so far-reaching that you oanuot make or mar thehuiMMot many presl
are set off with tine effeut by the ihinUiff Ull where they will end. I dentin aspirants."
gntore, nnd it is poMitively anaerted that n that the Inmates of Insane asylums are
many or mem J armors' wives, and the
monotony of their liven Is the reason
generally assigned for this fact, which
is nlways a feature of hospital statis
tics. Hut the farmers' village might well
be beneficial to others than to thaea
exceptionally unfortunate ones. The
most prosperous and wealthy farmer
would hardly forego tho advantages of
social Intercourse for himself and hU
family If It could be made available
without Interfering with his occupa
tion. Mr. Book waiter" e plea of build
ing the homes In a group with the
farms aurroundlng them and reached
by good and direct roads, seems per
fectly feasible and ought to be attract
ive to young Hople starting out la life,
to whom thn chief drawbaek to the
farm life la Its loneliness. There Is
little doubt that the dread of settling
Into a "nil" and becoming mere ma
chines has had much to do with the
sending of young men and women Into
cltlnn rather than take up for them
selves tho same lot that their fathers
and mothers have found tolerable.
Tho chance of a social existence, of
education for their children, and the
atlmulous of a certain neighborly
emulation, would remove In a great
measure the objections to farming
which now present themselves to young
people In tho choloa of a life occupa
tion. It Is hard to see why the nlan
woman who waa recently convicted of
robbery in I'nris hud lieen compelled to
commit the crime by mesmeric Bug-getion.
Tiik surveyor genernl of this territory.
K. F. Hohnrt, has jual made hia annual
rejKirt to the commlaaioner of the gener
nl laud olllce, which ahowa that during
each of the past two yeara surveying con-
iracin nave been lot to the full amount
of the nnnual allotment of 810,000 to New
Mexico from the general appropriation
for aurveying public land. Thia fact
NjMiakn well for the progress of aeltlemsnt
in New Mexico, and consequent demands
for surveys by nettler. The total length
of different lino surveyed tluricg the
past year nmounta to BHO ml lea. Three
hundred nnd sixty township and other
plain have been made in the office the
1 ho Commercial club baa had a con
ference with the National Health Itesort
association, and has appointed a commit
tee of its members to look up the sub
ject of procuring a proper site and quan
tity of lanJ to tender the resort associa
tion for one of Its stations, but it will be
nearly a year before the matter will be
settled 11ns winter the physicians will hould not extend and be readied bv
send numbers of thssepatisnU out west, n,any ferrnlng communities on their
and ask that they be furnished with an ow" "Dt "l without the old of a
Mtiml nf hnw mmnv nvMll. . .n i-. I"""' tunoer I rtWJ.
furnlhod with accommodations here at
Albuquerque, No pauporf or persons so
ill nn to Ui objectionable will be sent. All
persons able to furnish good room and
lawril to ono or more persona for the com
ing winter will please send their names
with thn particular nud charges per
week to the undersigned .
KuUiN K. IIohk,
Secretary Commercial Club,
J. M. Wiir:r.i)CK.
He will Attead.
Albert Grunsfeld boa been appointed
as a delegate from this city by Oorernor
Prinoe to the Irrigation congress which
meats in Halt Lake City, Utah, on Sept.
IS, 10 and 17. The congress will be an
important and interesting occasion, and
the New Mexican dsltcaUc ouoU to
make it convenient to attend. Mr.
Urunsfetd states that ha will go.
Miss I,. A, Ferry got home from Clor
erdale, Cel., last night. The lady was at
her typewriter in Judge Hazledina'a
law office this morniog.
For many ysars Mr. II. F. Thompson
of Des Moines, Iowa, waa severely afflict
ed with chronic dlarrbira. If aayti
"At time it is very severe; so much ro,
that I fernl IL milil unit mv llfo
About seven yesre ago I chanced to ore- Jamao Collins, who was at tbe Ex
eunt a bottle or Chamherliu Colic, I change hotel, old town, for soroe time,
Cholera and Diarrb Ilemedy. It gave io now doing duty at the Armijo on tbe
MX tirfimr PsnllskF anil I IiaIImWsi nnol m I
saw fsweaffw leneij simm miiwiw WU 1X4 lu w
tHfnitntly. u I now tat or drink with.
a I . 1 I t - W l .
Z .ral.0i,,:iDBf.B,.rJ0,-T,h .h' McOrath, m Atlantic 4 Pacific
r.,,ii. 1. ..u I,, ir tinri ji I eoslneer. came In frosa the west veetsr
Son, Drugguta. I day, and will resaaln a few days.