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erriruL rimer th an akb roi m.
THOMAH HUlsHKM, t'.slltor.
(Ml. HI. IN til.
riBLUBSB DHL! ARB TUKKLt.
B,lr4 m tost! (Atn atatur al tit AJV isrjM
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Torma of Bubncrlptlom
Dalit f mail, oo tsar
IHltf b7 mail. t moaOs
lull In malL IhrM month
Dsib; br null, oes mofcth I
tfetlvcrsrf In ell? b CarrUf, Ir wk
Wklx. I mall .. J w
AdtrUUf"rl mads known oo appljlD l J
present null case, landing In rovirli ho
nml his wife will niakn the trip in Juarez.
It wilt be a grand feust tin), (lint christ.
enlng event, ami ninny hundreds of the
friends of Mr and Mrs. Alberto Armljo
" OHI'," IN llr'.AI.
Census titlan CUIma I'rlntrr flarenre
Clarence H, Mh(iIki, fnmi'lnrly cnPed
hy llio printers of thi nly "Cxtup."
Matlhc. iN-iiLvfuily outsell Into the
Specinl Detective Koei.nn, of Hid At . (jfM, l'nkniiwn InhI instil nl lOoYlouk,
Imitic A Pucillc fume in from Urn west I , pft,,,,,!,' r-niilm- on South Arno
Imt night, lie states that lln t ! utrn-l on lln IlltflilimiU
PmoveU in nil cleared, nml Hint trains
urn now niii'iltik' with thru usual
Dr. J. L. Ibrry nml W F. Hanks repre
iMntiiiit the California Medicine com
pany of Sun FmnelNiM, nre horn In da),
ml will soil niit.iTftl wilier snlls nn Ih
street corner. Mr. IIhiiUm in iiccom
lillitl I IN his W if).
TllO lleeOHseil 0IIIIIO t"l NeW Ml'M'll
frntn WntoMown, Wist'otisi , where ho
was tsirti on August 10, I Ki7, uUiul
twelve w-tim ngn, und litis Ih-oii off and
on n resident tf Albuquerque fur nl lont
ten rt. working mi I' newspapers of
Hum city nml Sutitu I V in various cnpnci-
til 5 lll MIIH inlftl KtCll HI fl'VlTuI lllllirH
nt (Vriilliw, nml wlii'ii iml i-mtito)etl nt
company near Coolldgo, Is in thn cily,
nt.il will itn nut to t ho Antclo Spring
cttlle ranch, where he wns formerly em
t-loted, In morrow
PullCOIIIHtl Chilli-, when turning mi
duly ilil tiuirniiiK. i t it- -i! to i;
n!M'lnc nt tlu rnllioinl mtul lioimr, nml
run i hum In. Thi will lw vnlunlili
mrmhorx on Ihr i'Iiniii cuu fur thr mt
Aililfo (I. Oleru miiI wifo will nxit
Mc( InUo n trii thrnnuh iVilotnilo. Mr.
OUro in on of tin Itmit oil icii of Alhu
i.iKiii.v to uirr n tiiiii
lion of tho nw fKlarnl tiullillntf.ml thfti
nn (Ionian, a rral Mlnto n(f nt, In Iwmg
hnmlWil wtthmit Kioto ti) (ho citimc
I for tuiriprroiitiin i-prliiln fncU to lh
Mr. nml Mm. Art. L. Hmlth, whu hiul
vlmrut of Hit Koott Moon rnnnli, nonr
Jrk lllnc moI ItnMKrraiiMlj- Hhol
'J'ii truili of n mukIi'hI fiiimiiintinn ;
iiihiIo in lli(M'itm of .Ini'K Kill,', i-lil't
Motiiln iiioriiintf nt linn Vium, l
l...l.,l.. f I..m... II. .... I.h umullllil It'll Kftfi of tin Koott Moo mnnh.
n,....ri.u in Tin: C.t..,.n of Mirr.U rl,' '" m ' I ,,,rnl r,nl f"lf,1,,,1 mf,,,i" ,,",f T t lil ' "
ii,.. ..I.n.n... fu..il.i.til,.ll.li.l '",r Aurmn, .hiimi. sir, ininin
nut i...i...if..trt II... hlhloinuihl fnvitv. hut 1 ""'"I''". v-ry HrKi. of tlm Kn.vi.,
llrparl t inmfirrtlns OMrrr .tlMk
(Jnitrttnr ,i Jlrlr,
C t I". J. MuClrrimml, of tho Hm-ot.o
riivnl'), Ci'lt'il Hliilen nrmi, lmHi I tij
ulll-.Tof llio Nillniml OiiiikI if NV
Mria'o, who whn horo ilurintt thu Ul
.Ikiiioh Hiirt' ti, Hm of ,liii. lUrt'in, of i ih iar, in n iriiitinit llics, ln aiin
wn ilelli'iMiMi iitoiimi liit ikhiv. u in
niiimiiiI to li. irMiii)t umiii Homo piuihl
iiUtu.i i.f nn m HikL rmlinlii Into IIih
.m.r.ur. nml Iihn nhnwti l.l- fuitli ii tli U,,.r 0 t r..intt trt. . ho b.iIToio from n.i,
city h rxfomlimt tlioiiramW of dollnro , (Um,((i ,
It) KlN'll llllllllll t. ill) III ll HH I'hllllllllllO
OrriP-ho. Ill Wmt (loLn Atmn
! Hin I'iMiro, whero ln Inn Ixon in the m
(iluy of tho l'iicr rommn fur lhi In t
two)ur, n In to ychtorihiy, nml li'fi
II Will Vlhlt
roUtlMvi mhI fni'iiilH nl iUlilnml
Tho ri'iilcvin CHiic iiuuirint ,1. Kilwnnl
h I il uf umofrie IcMmI ii ' 1 1 l him !)
virtiioof nn I'liviition ihniii il out f tin
uonrt of JuHtii'. Mn hi in fiiuir -if It.
V. I llryiin kifinnl I'iiwuhI ('utinoli,
whn ilii'iiliil jitiTilny miirniiik' ' Jh
ti Whitnitr. "f tiwn,lhi TiTihrt Iik
I Uu KK'nmot Mr I'riH'.t. Tho ilifimUiit
win ri'iiri'ii'iilcil liy Mi'tHm llrynn nml
i HiMiro'k, nml tin. iluinlilT hy ili-nnrn
t iulil iii'iim m im'riiiNint( rnpull) nml
Ntritlt WI'Ht, IN H in
I'Ihiih for k iiur uf wmi ilflni'liril noi
ilinriH on IIih two htN nt II II l'eri(UH
vin. jiiht I'ryoml tho fommrrciiil ciuli,
rt in tin. IihiiiIh uf ('.nitriirtor nml
llmlilrr Ji'iiiiiv Mill to ilh) (Iriimlis
who will tin tho MiiIip work, it flnklllK'
off tho foiimliitinti nml IiiiiiIiiik' otono to
tho Mto. I'.il. Ilnilil will ilu tho hrii'lt
work Tim Iiinliliiu will riMt in tho
noiuhlMirhiMhl nf I.'i.imi
Tho Hiimlon I'.livlrn' Imimi hull cluh of
Denver, lln cIihiiiiioii iiiini'mir Irani of
Ciloiml j, woiilil liko to I'htfo llio foHtmn
in Alliiiiiieriiio in n miiti'h ,'iimo with
llio MiironiiN, tlieiliiiiniiiiti of Now Mix
n o nml Arir.nim, but not kiiico thoir ro
turn from Kl I'nco of "iho entire muitli
went." A lottor hurl been niiuleil Mini
ncor Mel Jiiiylilin thut It Would Imi iiii
mihniIiIo fur tho MiiroiiiM to olfer tliein
hiu'h itultii'onioiitH in jiiHtify them I'uminu
hero Noi' hiiKon tho N.uiileliM will lx
llitltoil lo I'oliio nml ctkkh liiito with Um
MuriHiiiH, who will In. ro iniiiiiiiil nt nn
onrly ditto nml ln in trim to moot nil
1 lh l)llt. lft 1
Mrcos C. tlo lc, HUionntomloiit of ImI mht for Cnhforinii.
public MhooU, ii mUimj nrrntiKomoiilo
to build rinidoucy in thU city.
J. U. Alln, Hits moltor nirtn of Kl
I'noo, who Iim loon to CitVfornin on Iiiin
inoM, n htro )Mton!ny llo loft for
tho miulh ImI liilit
KlilriiUe II. llmilh, oon of II H.
lliMlli, of thin city, Iin rocoiroil tho up
pointmont of pnotnl olerk on tho run
from Hinoon to Hilvor City.
J. A. Carrutb, who oonilurto tho boo!
.... , i. . , i... t--
piipor puoiionoo in i.hk t-K". - (!,i,r A Mii'Mii
Vti-, ii in tbo city. Mo llkn to nnmo
w..li. In tliu larril.irlitl niMtrotmli
' .... ....-.. ' I'Miport,. t,,r,M,,1l)
Mm. I . II. OOtm. WHO III llio riusirui
Bntn Fo inrilmnotor horo, caiiio id from ,
Now tou, KnniMt, HumUy niht, nml w ill
romnin with her hunband for n fow tlnyn.
MiM Uirdio Ilowcn.u hunil.xjtno youtiK
ldy of llornlillo, who Iiiin loon nml
in n few dny with hor frioml, Mm.
Mnttorn, of this city, loft for homo hint
John Wytoiiir, tho old votorun, Iikn ro
coivod tho llml instnUmonl of hin ou
ion. Ho doaorvwi it, nml ho shoiihl now
rcoolre to b;hih1 his roimtinmir dnyi in
On Humbiy, No. . umtch hoot will
tnUn tl.if Iwtwoon J. (2. Murlin nml I'
T. Inhorwood, nt tbo(fround of tho (Sun j
club, north of tho city. Tho mrttch i j
for 130 n aido. !
IUv. C. Ij. Hovnrd, th now nu(onii-
Undent of iniewiomi, nrritod in tho city ,
yooterdny. Ilia household boixIh nro Ht
tho doMit, nml to-dn ho is looking for n
C. V. Vk-khnrt nndC. O'Conor KoU-rtn
loft tnrly thin mornim; for Ln lluortim
ennon it) tho Snndin mountain. Tlioy
am Intorootoil in ootno ootl mininii prop
orty in tho canon.
Col. Albriuht i ono of tho executive
committee of the fair nnoocintion, slid ho
should Kot together anil make out n
atntement of tho receipt nnd exjondi
turoo of tho llo fair.
MiM Nollio Driacoll holet thoconlrncl
for a two atory brick Iiouho at tho corner
of Third ntrt and Tijora Tonne. Tho
buildinir will contain eevenJeon rinin
nnd coot alraut M1.0CO.
That (Iran yuivora exploring party u
BUuinontinR, nd by tho time tho paim
rrive from Spain nd Mexico u doien
or more of our advontnroua citu.ona
will Ik ready to make tho trip.
(5oorne Hoppinu', of Trinidad, a Rood
printer, ie in the city. Ho ia on hut way
to White OaWa, whore he will nwmit in
l.rintloK the Kalo, tho new weekly pa
per which will 1ms eotabliaheKl there ne:t
A. E. Wnlkor, the district clerk nt
HanU Fe, will rw'iRn bin position on
November lt, and aRftin bscome n citi-
um of Albu(iiorquo. Ho ia neoded riht
here, and will be Riven a hearty welcome
Mra. C. A. lmRatrwt, n lino lookiuR
lady, who ban been apondinK the aum-
mer in Cahforniu. came ir yoeterday
from tho woat, and Inttlaat nisht for tho
City of Mexico. The lady it n Now
Pnt. HiRRina. the old boot-black, who
ia alleRtxl to be worth ronmderable
money, although hia dirty appearance
would not indicate auch, ia bock aR tin in
tho territorial metropolis. Since levinR
horo some tew months ago he has travel
ed tbrouRh nearly all tho northwestern
tntea and torritoriea.
The wool aenaon la reoouitol na prac
tically over, nnd our wool huyera atnte
that il ia Iheir opinion that the quantity
of wool marketed here this fall, in fact
all over the territory, la the amalloit in
ten yearn past. However, Albuquerque,
which la regardi-d oa the larReat wool
market in tbo southwest, has handled
aoforal million, pound.
Monday night Harry Lee, son of Judge
Loe, left hia "Safety" bicycle out over
niKht on the front orch of hia father's
renidntioo. nnd when bo ant up next
morning tbo bicycle waa gone. Hurry
has been using the wheel between the
oiurt house aud the judge's residence,
and now he can be observed trudRing
along to bis meals on foot.
It, M. Harbour nnd family will leave
next Sunday morning for Monterey,
Mexico, whoro ho is tendered n paying
position in the (Jroat National Smeller
company. Mr. Harbour is a mo ruber of
tbe city board of education and one of
the moitl popular young men in Alhu
iiueruue. Ho has hundreds of frieuda
here who will wish him well in hia now
IUv. M.T. K. Totter, u Methodiat mm
later from M'ewouri, registered last niKht
at tho Han Felipe. The reverend gentle
man ia a subject of conaumption, and
waa out this morning endeavoring to
find hia pulpit associate, Iter. Hush, or
any member of hia family. IUv. Hush is
at present in Eddy, whlla his family, so
Tiik Citizen understands, is residing iu
I'erfecto Armljo has received an invl
tatinnfrom Alberlo Armljo, of Juarez.
Mxico, a nephew of Mrs. Artoijn, to at
tend the cbristening or his baby boy,
which waa torn the other day, Aa soon
as Mr. Aruaijo gats through with his
found dik'h'U'K fr the pret huin metal.
Ii'mt AiIhMiM a )fiir im'o ho wiin up.
p iii id to ii Hctal tun on tho Southern , to. I (ho heinl "f tho rinvr, Spociibtlion.
I'lii'illr toiul bi.iwroii t AngoloN mid 'I'lio liridlo wim llr t hImIoii from Mr.
Kl P.it-o. mid for mm t tin ho faithful Johii.oti Nu rite In llio lliieM e.
H'rfotliieil tho iliilieti lUipmod nil hilli by , y.irrieil. , u Tiii'mIuv oMMilliU. tiv .1 (in
wlflMlrn-rioiini.Nl Ilil'lUlon l,M,iilii,.,n ,inl,l lM. ..n,,...l..l It In
The lirullx which tho thlovt h left at I ,.,,r ,,,y mm h to he ileilml tliNt ho
fhiill rofier, both on Iiin own HCi'Oiinl
nml room Inline to end hin lsnt ilny on
earth among relative nml life long
friemht For two wi-ekn he lum boon rick
nt tho WimUir liotel.
II. II l'erjuN m, who in ono of tho tip
reM Iiii ohiv Mill i In nn t'oiiifotttihle n p'K'itod ilolegii'iM from Now Mexico to
lit C K WihsIow'h H'tilil", when they
I'lilled u ilotlbt to H'enl h H biliigv Hill
mil1, boluiiged lo .1 A .ti. htm m, Mi I til
Priest, ooiiNlNlilo of privinrt No l'J. f.ir , to-N Sam. Hin In nun. honovor, woio
woitk. nnd I lie wot. fiL'k' I'limato of
h iithirn ('.tlifiiriini, tugother with mi m
, jury nuritiiilioil in tho htul ten oo, per
tnitnontly w riH'kcl I k rut stiluin ii.
I AIhuii livo montliN iign, feohiiu' thut a
rout wiih iieitleil, ho eei'iirid n let.iouf
hIimiii' anil iM'iio here fn. in lit Angel
I to rocuHriito hin fiulcnc lieulih, utul after
II muiith hero ho Wellt h ii k to h iitheru
California but ilnl not leMini" wurk.
'Thno iniintli iirfu h ng Mil returned, n
in-.. II It Wlutiiik', l!i
Mr Potrn llui'hiihiin.
titiiird in marrou'i' Mr
Mi l ,Mrn Mlnit'U Stein
I, nr. I O'Neill and
I. ixt ovonitig ho
Win (i. Yoilln.'
The latter con
from j lir, ' ''"Uipleto wioi'k of Iim former iulf, omit
TrrrlUIr Klioollnai ArTra) al llol
HolbriMik, Arironu, wi.it tho econo thin
morning of a hIiooIihr alTrny, in which
two men wore nhot and iiiiitiintly Itilleil.
I'omiin Iopor mid lUfnol ('liiivee, two
Urge Hlioep riiiHers from Concho, in tho
Houlhorii putt of Apache county, wore in
town, with it number of sheep herdem,
and had jilxl diHMimd of their wool,
amounting to eovoral thiiUHunil jiu mlei,
to local buyerri.
llefiiliM iho ohoop men, there had con
grVHtotl from tho hdu"out cattle rnuchen
nueral cowboyr, iimong tliein being .In
soph Cruwford unu V. C Hell.
About ton ii'i'lock Huh morning the
men nnnemhled in tho saloon of 1'oin
Pickett, nml soon a monto gamo with
heavy belling wuh starttnl, nnd u a mat
tor of course tho whole, party were in
dulgiug more or lotu iu drinks ami very !
boiHloroUH. Soon uftorw arils u bitlor
rowrtoik place boiwoon the shoop mon
utul the uowImivh, when Crawford auil
Hell both pullod (heir six shootors ami
ll'od HiinulliiiiiHiiiH'y ut liopt-. nnd Cha
ves, who foil corpnoH to tho tloor.
Tho murderers backed thonisolveo out
oflhoHaloon with thoir amokiug revolvers j
in their IihiiiIh, nnd on getting ouinidoi
mountetl their horo.-H and enped, going
eastward. Kvery otrort is being made to
Crnwford wan in tho employ of Hill, of
Springer, N. M , nnd in well kbowu by nil
Htoekuioti. Hell hns for tho past year
been in tho employ of tho Azioa Cuttlo
ThaitkHBllnK I'.vr Hall.
A largely attendoil special mooting of
thoraembom of tho Ferguseou Hook and
L uliler company wiih held last night, nnd
tho parliamentarians present kept Sec
retary Kunis exlremoly busy keeping
truck of tbo various uniquo nnd imor
tunl motions. Ho was equnl lo tho
emergency. Arrnngemetus worn per-
foctivl for n grnml bnll nt (I runt's otiorn
hmi so on Thankugiving Kvo, Nov. 'iTi,
and tho various committee npiKiiutetl
by tho chnir, which wert heartily en
dorsed Hnd ratilled by tho motnWrs. Ar
rsngementH woro mndo with Mr. Miles
of the Armljo to provide thn dancers
with an elegant supier at Intermission
time, nnd Iho genllemnn slates that the
supper will bo tho tlnest set out on such
nn occasion, The order of dnncea will
be. arranged by tho commitleo comtmmMl
of musli'inr.s, nnd tho programs, hand
some in design, will Ih printod in due
time, It in tho denim of tho Fergusmms
to make this, their tlrsl annual ball, the
grandoil event of tho senaon.
plottuttid oil a wedding tour to Ohl". !
liking Willi them Mr-. Vou'ig's o'ibsi
Mm V M Ma)IIU.ie. Wife of Ujor
Mll)tll.lir, OIK1 "f Die ulli I 'er- i.f
tho I'l.llt-d Mllto-t a III! l-.i-iiled I i-ro fo
tno nist two eurs, i i.i' -vi-n- g from a
wet k's iliiit-M. and 'hoy w ill pm.-e.-il to
San Fruin-i-co, whoro the m ijor h. t ro
contly Utui itHsigntsI, I'll to morrow's
west bound Atln'iti.' .V Pn-illc p.i'i'iiger
Miss llorllnt M oy, Iho m-rompli lo-l
islrtat.t I'letk at tho goveri Ill 111. I III
school, It-f the oily yes t-rihiy mori.tn.-
with iwo Indiiiii pupils 'or tho I'iiiih
. . . . .
iig.-iii-) in miii : iiori) .r.-itu in.s I-Mts-t
Mui-y's Hist trip to tho homes of
the tin' lo red man i.t.d dually uiiiido.i
She oxp i-ts t i brmg buck to the m-IhmI
of llio Uthlotl.' I '111111
P.ip:u-o-, tho large,
hiiitol) Muhaxei. ami Iho tall, poat-ofnl
Thoi-t'o ill tho court room nt tho
i-ourl house iii-tt-d li.ulU tint m iriiitig, 1
nnd only prompt work prevented u i-eri- j
ous tire. After Iho janitor hud lighted
the lire ho loft the room. The stove bo '
.-..iiie s. mi nfierward ver) hot, ami iu that
iMinlitiiiti nn explosion oiviirreil Thu lop
of tho stole w as thrown otT. tod hot ci-nlt
i were n-utiered in ull directions, nnd tho
Mhim was full of lire and smoke. It'
1-Hik.il for it few moments like tho hnnd ',
some stone Htrurlure would go up in
IIhiiion, but timely aid preM-nti-tl any
K. S. Stoior leturned homo lust night
from a two months' trip through tho
oust and south, llo repotts I hat nil.
in .1 that i-f iho uinii who to r.nhly
withoiil i'iiiih." uttemptiil hi life.
As Tin: ('HI.I..1 slated yestenhiy, Har
ris, afii-r il-.iug the t-huit-ng Mod south
waul ui.tl wiih 1'iiplured nt llomnl, n
h' lit lull liiiiotoeti miles south of Im Ve
ens Aritvitig at lleruul ho mailo u con
It. lent of tho night operator, telling him
f w l.ut hi lunl iloiio in the shooting of
U.ug and of hW plsn of iscapo into Mex
'.. It .tits ab ml mi.liiight.Miid ho then
business h reviving, mot.oy bei-oming
more plt-nt) tbiily and eerono fooling
jubilsnt over future prospect. While
in Washington ho did not forgot the
Territorial university, ami secured
tliroiiith Ins friend, Major (yt-slioJ. Perry,
of tho war re -mils olllce, u complete sot
of tho record- of tho robolliun for tho
university. Ho ubo sti'iirnl all the pub
ligations of tho interior tlepirtuieiit for
the institution. Ho ih glad to get home,
nnd says tho mining enterprise ho was
lo iking ufler ih sure to bo succoisful.
Thieves railed at the residence of Dr.
C. K Winslow Inst night ami made a
daritiR attempt lo get his buggy horse
from the stable. The gate lending into
the lot and which had been securely
fastened ealy in the evening, waa found
wide onen this morning. The barn door
won nlso found n;n nnd the halter tak
en from the horse. II C Huasell, a pot
tal route agent, who with h'a wife has
had charge of tho doctor's residence dur
ing the tailor's absence, arrived at the
house about 1 o'clock this morning, and
it is thought that the thieves were then
oared away. The doctor ia winner a
good bridle, for the thieves in their hasty
retreat loft it behind, which wai found
this morning near the gate. Hereafter
the doctor's faithful dog will sleep in Ihe
barn, and midnight prowlers must guard
tharnaelvo In the future.
every rtvpoct. "mI '"' l",'u"1 "I"
til nesti n nil hi reut'lii, ui.ii ui-i-r in
months he roturt.o.1 to I h Angeles, llo
uind" ono run tho lust - tie nml then
'rami. Iii.tno liit Siimiiiy a v.iok iik'o, 1
I whoro k i in I hamlH cotilil iidiiiiinster to
his Willi's, nml af'or itiietn sulTeriiu for
tn lit ilu) s tl.o rlmiils patti-d and Lis I isi
liinnients on earth end-.! without pain
ami iu poin-o
Two yours ago in Noiomhor, in this -city,
ho wiin i.iiinsl fur tin-n u mil tune
... I..- ........... i ro.-ti-s.-l tlit les
III 111(111 IllliMi; i IIIK f rT'H a n it v-( v (
ii, t,,, i, ui, i..,r ii.. ......iii,.' ir.b", 'I huii'-y
old daughter, survile htm, She Is at
( Salluti. nml u telegram uiinuiim-ing Inn.
I ileiiiiM w as sent her I Ins illuming
. A father anil luull-er, two lirothets,
Freddie and IMwiu, ami two slste's, i
! Mrs. Mnry Drtuii, of tl.H mi), nnd Mrs.
Hunt DoWolf, uro ulso left bohiiid to
! mourn IiIh ilepurtiire.
"Pence to tho nibes" of a follow i-olli-positor
Ui.ii cotldolelii-o to the U-remed
i family is the wish of 'I lit ( 1 11 KM
Tho funeral will take plan at tho I'oli
1 gregntioiial church to morrow morning
ut It) o'clock. Itov ClIStlM l.tlll-lutlllg.
l-'riends of In.- family are unite. I to nl
I Kri.ia tl.r lli). I l, t, -.M
Jin k King, tho brakeiiian, who wan
shot at tain Vegas, ih 'npldl) retmering
II. I. JohiiHon, tho routritcti-r, lias
purrliiiH.'il the Ku.tlor i-oti.igo on Si ver
itvetiiio, paying 8 lets' I fur the properly
Fruuk Sturgo. w.f. and son Lloyd are
buck from their trip to Chicago, whore
Mr. SlurgiH purchased furuitiiM for Irs
new lo Igmg house.
Lust night tho wife of Chus. Vomlorf,
tholSoltl utoiiuo uucioneer an. I dealer
in s-o md-huml goods, gave birth to a
baby girl. Congratulations.
John J. Keogan, a business man of
(iillup, nnd wife, uro hero today. Mr
Keegun in liHre as uu imKirtunl wituoen
iu a ens' hofi-ro tho district court,
Capt. II. II. Kibble, who has charge of
the Atluntio A Pacitln wntor pump at
Km Puorco, caino in from thn west lust
night. H will remain horo n few days.
Misn Lizzie Hroekmnn, a relntivo of fnw, hy tl,0 pull-lnxiri-rs with the
John UnM'ktiHn of (Srnnt ounty, nntl 1 eoHn. tliou tliu vettiic wife on tho urra
Miss tsii Fenrs. enmo in thin morning of .'r(Hj Matthen, a brother, nnd then
from (VMlidgo, S. M., and are roginlerod f0iUWts tl0 mrontn nml intimate
ut the rmijo. friends, whu were Bouted ou tho front
W. A. Wnlkor has received tho uppoint 'seats. When the minister announced
motit of superintendent of Iho street car , the llrst song "Noar.-r My (Sod to Thee,"
line. He h th right mnn for the plai-o, i ntl the choir sang it sweetly, there was
and everything will move HtuiKithlv un-1 hardly a dry oyo imong iho audience,
der his management. , An uppnipriuto chuptor in tho New Ten
tumetit was reuii uy iuv. i risne, hiut
whi-h the choir sang "Jesus iver of
My Soul." Tho sermon which followed
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W. (5. litvmard A Co.
There uro rumors that Mr. I lunl, Into
editor tif tho Democrat, ii being ldiernlly
nssistetl by lending democrnt of the cily,
and will nt un early d-tto start a simon
pure, red hot democratic pnper.
Tho whoolonrrovv ornnkleft this morn
ing nt 7 o'clock for No York. As ho
wheel ed down Itiilroud avenue from
Second strict to the deisit several er
sons on tho street wished him success.
Co). J . S. Jnrnrd, busiuetu manager of
the Heebe-llurlHiur Cotmxly company,
which is to apH-ar nl (Sriint'soperu house
next Monday night, registered nt tho
Armljo last evening. Ho is billing tho
Oliver Carter, t hit colored hack driver
who accidentally shot himself with n
shot gun while out hunting revmilly,
the charge tearing away tho top mils
clea of the thigh of the left leg, ts report
ed getting along nicely this morning.
Veslerdny in old town Justice Whiting
sent Abran Ilodriquoa In jail for petty
larceny, llo was lined ?2i) and costs, and
failing to pay was jniled. Ho is the man
who win tried at a recent term of court
and acquitted of the chargo of killing a
man at Copper City
i. it ilu 1 1. to wmt for th c . tiling
H.iiih'. un il freight tiuui, No .TI
The I'ori. il o orator ut ulil-o tele
. nipi..-. I'm n lle-pnti'luT Mulhi-ru at
Lis Vivas ll.ut ho wmh filing to ling No,
111. "Whit fur? wnH nuked. "You
a .a," tM.srepli.il. Mr Mulheru at
... cot ok the hint; mill with a quick-iu--Hi.f
ilir siuii wolth) of iho highest
praise, slopped till trails iniliie.lialt-l) .
in u few moments, Tun O'L.-ar) utul
It. lit Long, tl.o Las Vt-gun tb p-t hiIico,
.-ro in, their wi.y In Kermil us fust us
sto-iin .li d take thorn
tli -i-rs found Harris seutttl in Ihe
11,-rn .1 w.nt.ng room, all ut.conctuiis thut
tl.o m.-isi'iigerH ut jtistli-o were 11(1011
hm. At tlist ho uttomi ted to soiro
O'L -ary's gnu, but ho o sin saw thut ro
I sis mice wus worse than uselo h. mid
'etllbrod l.imself to Imi taken buck to the
H.'itio of Ins snoot 11, g.
the minors' convention which convenes
in Denver from Nov. IH'h to 'JOth, In-i-liiNivo,
stated this mortili'g Hint ho
will iitletnl, In. ing BOi-oinpiinio.l b) hU
wife They will probubly extend their
trip to Suit I.mUo City, t'luh. Mr. For
gusson tins uIno U-oii usXtil to be one of
the city delegates to tho miners' conven
tion which iiiu-ts in Kl Piiihi, Dec 16
Ho will lltti-lld.
J A. JohnNou, of this city, nnd Messrs.
Mi Cor tn irk m il l gg, of Chicago, own
ers of 11 liors.. ri.in-h in S(K.-orro county,
nlaiul 11 week ago went out lo Itioir ranch
nml found u uiiiti unu-cd llrown iu full
poi-ecMion, having juiiin'.l '.ho ranch nml
whH tnKiiig ll easy utul comfortable in
their housrt Tho gentlemen reiuou
stnttiMl with llrown nml tlnully ordered
him oil the premises, llo vnculetl the
tint premises ut once n-tl left for Socor
ro, where ho swore out wurruut ngiiitisl
Messrs. Johnson, Mc' oimick and Iegg,
charging them with ssaunlt with a deadly
wo ipin. llio case rume on ror trial at ;
So"rro Wiliiohtlny at.tl wan concluded '
yt-stordrf), a verdict of not guilty being
reached in favor i.f Ihe defendant
W. II ('millers of this city represented
ieitrs. Joliusoii, Mi-t'oriiiK-L nml Lt-gg.
The .eiger- Hale.
Thi-t morning the purclmso of nil of
Chus .eigot'H iro.oriy ou the two lots,
corner of Fust street nml Knilrond ave
nue, by Win. Fritter, tho Chillli Hheep
miser, for JI'J.IXKI, whs fully consummnl
oil by tho gentleman giving bin check
for the rush c.u.siderutlon demandol.
Tho property includes what is known
ns the "Melropolitun" resort, ur.d the
small frame building ou the Knilrond
avenue alley occupied by Morolli, with
the ground, ami has Invn considered
tho mi st vuluable locution 111 tho city. It
is Mr Fraser's Intention lo tear down the
Morolli building nt nn onrly day, nnd
erect instead a two itory brick business
building. Tho gentleman is to bo con
grntulutod iisiu his purchase.
Mr. Zoigcr, so ho inforranTiir. Citikn,
will go east in 11 short time to hunt n
j market for about 1UK) steers, which ore
now in splendid condition on his Apnche
I county, Arizona, cattlo ranch.
A special train of two Pullman slipp
ers, one oboervntion conch, ouo iliuiug
car nnd ono baggage coach, coiiti.iiiing
forty-three ossteru tlelegatet, gentlemen
sml Indies, to the recently adjourned
convention of the Amrricnu Library as
sociation nt San Fruncifco, arrived from
I the woit nt the dfot hero at 11:30 a, m.
is 11 con- ins,ecior g.nersl of the lb llisl Slut,,
arm) lit Washington, D. ( ' 1 1 1 : Clli
tkx nckn--wledgiK a copy of llio report
but us it is tin) lein. thy for entire pul.li,
cation, only 11 few ot ihe exlrarls sr
usim. After p-i)lng l-H compliments in
(Sov Prun e and Col Fletcher, ailjutaiii
geiiersl of tho territory, nml tolling i.f
lliepriseiit condition of the territonsl
militia, which ho i-l.aruclo lie. ss badlv
leiiiorali.Hl ou uciiiuiit of tl.o fsilure nf
thelo IrlUIUlo to pH) tl O llllllllll Celtill.
c ites issued by (Suva, rheldon and IUb
during tho Indian outbreaks, nnd com.
melituig s mewhnl nt length uu tho lnc
of encouragement from the legislature,
the captain says;
Tins luck of encouragement, princi
t.l.ll. ISI till tulitlltdk tit ll.llllilU I.USS lit. I. I
I'fiiij Hi kill' rimin- iwimvj 1 1 as r ( uutll B
lust year, nearly paralyzed all elT rls Iu
put 1110 uiiiiini ou n proper looung, nut
't-;eull) Home younger and thutuughiy
onlhUNiiistto men (principally couipany
olllcors) have come to the front with t lie
determination that the small militia force
slinit do mndo n succos-t. This feeling
hut brought about n reorganization uf
the miiitiu with a geneinl staff nnd two
regiments, reported by iheadiutant gen.
end us follows; L Hradfonl Prince, guv
eruor and commsuder ln chief; Wintlelil
S, Hotelier, udiutaul-genernl nml chief
of stall, ex olllri.i quarUrmnstor atnj
commissnry general, with rank of colouel.
John SyuiingtJii, Santa Fe, surgeon
general with rank of colonel; Flo'cher
A Hlake, Li Vegi. inspeclor-gonoral,
with rank or colonel.
First Kegimonlof Cavalry. Col. Albert
I From ll. e Dp. I), O. I.W.I
A. (5 Duwhiii, u promiuoiil gentleman
of Maxwell, N. M , is here to day.
J. I Sroetiw.ild and wife, of S tn Fran
ciHi o are veiling the inetriip.iii.
Ju-e I.MH Tel, ee, a W'e.-illhy sheep man
of San Kufu. I, Va t-iiciu county, ih at the
Kurope hi from tho west
.li.iii.s Luc in, the coul mine owner of
Lis I'erril ih, cumo ilowi, from that
thriving liltlo town this morning.
Post ('tiiiimaudor Detihaui wishes in
foriuut.oii relating to the deniliofJ. 1
A Porter, who died iiithiscity in lKSIt.
JetTcreuii KiiNiiulil-i, Ihe banker, came I
down from Lus V.gnsluM night, and litis,
his mime ou the rogiHter ut the Aruiijo.
M. W. Ilr.iwnt', rnshier of Iho Socorro
Niuii-iiul .iiiil;,of whi.-li S. M Foisom of j
this city is pre-uleiit, is I uro lo tiny on
K F. Heller, ll.e Cnbezou nif reliant,
cumo 111 .-v-iini the Km Puorco country
I lust night, ie .1 will remain in Iho city
, for a few days.
I Sill. 4- llltll. till lll HtVlllllMurU Hllil I '
! ' " "" , : Among tl.o parly are S. S. (Sreen, of
aurvojors, will occupy u huiIo of splen-. ... ,. ,
,ri and lb. in Ihe I , ., . ........
ami iv a. oiiiiierieii, 01 niuwnuKte, ins
did i-lllco toiiuis, Ni
Fifticn tliitUHtir.il ci-pio of (Soiernor
t.airf in iirai. I'riuce a rci'oni Illlllri'SS III 1110 .IIIU
Tho funeral of Clarence S. MaltlifS, ' querque fair are being distributed hy the
the dead printer, occurred from Iho Con
gregational church thin morning, and Ihe
semeoi were extremely sorrowful. I'n
deriuker Montfort with IUv. Cristio llrst
inarched down tho tuslo uf the church,
(ieorgc (Sainsley, 11 cousin of Jacob
(lainstsy, will nrrivo 111 the city to mor-'
niw night from Atlanti, (S11., and will ,
tribute to Iho dead and command to the
weeping roliitiven nml fnsuds to trust iu
(Sod wus wideed touching. After the
song, "Thy Will Ut Done," tho lid of the
Collin, Us)ii which were placed several
bouquotHof dowers, waa removtd nod
those who domretl looked upon tho fuco
of tho dead. Tbe remains were buried
in Fairview cemetery.
Tho family of the deceased doelro Tin;
Citizkn to thank those of our citizens
who rendered usaUtuuco during luu ill-
uees, Htid olfeivd their condolence when
his eyes were closed in douth,
The Worsl Vet
Tho ontertmnment at (irant'a opera
house lust nigh', by tho English (iniety
(lirls llurlesquo company wits "no good,"
there not npitenring a redeeming feature
of tho whole iterformance. Only a few
ladies, outside of those from n certniu
quarter of the city, were noticed in tho
audience, nnd il is rnfo to aster t thai
they regrottod Ihe purchase of tickets,
Whenever a bald bended individual
marched duwn tho aisle lo a front sent,
those who hnd preceded htm would guy
tho aforesaid baldheaded gout until his
whole faco would become red from
blushes. That louR-legged, sparsely con
structed, black corked individual, called
!..- i ..r ii. man I Peck, was iinoo una of the alar oerforni
If IU1HU imn W BtK . . - , .
killed ut Holbrook, Arizona, yesterday . em when a small show waa conducted in
morning, was a brother in law of (Snbriel tho rear of the Montezuma several yearn
Armijo, a former street enr driver, resid-1 Ko. The fellow who cume oul on tho
ing in old town. Tho tint intimation of rtage and waa aaked by the audience to
tho horrible double murder waa glennotl ' "give them a nt," was picked up In Laa
from Tin Oitizki. Vegas. The girls were not above Ihe
A 1 t..t b.l,f n,tlnff or iho O. K.I"rJI""y Vaudeville claas in beauty or
w..n Nn r. 11. a. II.. it v. d. m while thelMictlng waa rank.
oided to hold a camp-tiro and boll at the
Armory n November 11 Thoibjoclia
to secure funds to push the investiga
tion ot tbe murder of their late comrade,
C. H. Hurley, lha bare back rider and
all round equeatrlao of tbe plaina, who
has been working for tbe Ltta Cattle
all indloationi tbe Gaiety (Sirlaoro al
most on their last leg and will die fron
non-support before traveling many more
The itching of tho scalp, falling of tbo
balr, resulting in baldness, are often
caused by dandruff, which may be cured
by utlng Hall's Hair IUnewer.
Iliireau of Immigration.
(race Eileti, tho (Soorgia wonder, who
wus billed to appear in this city Inat
Monday evening, is suffering from nor
vons prostration nnd has gone to Denver.
M. W. Chase, an old timerof Now Mex
ico, owner of it tlno stock ranch in Colfax
county, wns in tho cily yesterday to sxe
S. M. Folrom on some important busi
ness. S II. Hihhon, of Los Augeh-s, member
of tho Flngslhlf sand stone company,
with II. Clements, came tn from tho west
lust night and registered ut the Situ Fe
lipo. Tho rump lire nml bull of the (S. K.
Warren nih, No. .r, (I. A. K., nt the Ar
mory on November 11 is lo ruiso funds
to fully investigate into the murder of
Daniel P, Wootou.
Tho cane of ( leuigo Oxondtuo vs. lis
oily of Albuquerque, us gurnisho, tried
yesterday afternoon before Justice Mad
den, wuh decided ugiiinat tho city. At
torney Dobeoti appealed the case.
The tikly of Itoinun ljoper. who waa
killed ut Holbrook, Anzonu, tho other
dny, inrsol through the city last night
I for Las Vegas, where Iho desd man had
feint iv en nnd whoro the remains will be
Tho lii.li.'H of tho Congregational
church will give mi oyster nupper ut- tbe
church next 1'hursdny night. Il will be
a grand affair, for tPero will be home
made candy at Iho supper and plenty for
pulliug for tho )oung folks.
H. M, Htwiuk A Co., the ool mer
chants, purchased thn morning, about
22,01)0 ounds of wool. Kafael Mora, ot
Cos a Salazar, sold about 7()oO pounds at
813 "0 jter hundred pounds, and To mas
Sanchez, of Atrisco, Ifi.CXX) pounds at
15JjO per hundml.
Samuel N. Detlrick, entile owner nnd
inspector pf rattle hrunds unit enr marks
for Socorro county, is in tho cily from
Magdalene. Ho ia hero ou business, but
at the same time will join wiih the Al
buquerqueana in entertaining the In
diana editors to-morrow,
O. W. Enlou, a wealthy sheep buyer
ot Wood Kiver, Neb., ia In the city, and
will eave this evening for Mngdalena.
He purchased the other day, through
J. H. Mnnby, a stock broker uf Trinidad,
overs! Ibnuaand head of sheep from the
LAina brothers of Loa Lunas.
W. N. Kurtz, representing the Hall A
O'Domld Lithographic Company uf To
peka, Kan., is ot Iho Sac Felipe. Mr.
Kurtz, who ia one of the moat observing
of commercial travelers, r sports the
towns be haa visited aa mere prosperous
this fall than ever before. He statea
that Pueblo la all axciUd over the I oca
newly elected preeident. Thn train re
mained at tho depot until 12 o'clock,
when it pulled out, under Conductor S.
A. Hardy, for Sanlu Fe, whore tho dele
gate will enjoy 11 part ot iho afternoon
in visiting Iho eights of tho ancient cup
ital. Iu the evening the train will pro
ceed lo tho rAH Vegss hot springs, where
to-morrow- will bo spent. J. P. MuWil
hams, tourist ngenl of the Pennsylvania
lUilrond comtmny, is iu chnrtt ot tho
party. E. F. lluruelt, traveling passen
ger ageut of tho Suutn Fe road, met Mr.
McWilllaniH here nml will accompany
him n purl of the way east. Conductor
Harney brought in the special from
Heath or Waller Trumbull.
From tho Clncugo Tribune it is learned
that W niter Trumbull, formerly n resi
dent of thin city, son of ox-Senator Ly
man Trumbull, died nt his father's resi
dence, No. tlMrt Like avenue, Chicago,
from consumption. Funeral services,
conducted by IUv. W. V. Wilson, rector
of St, Murk's Episcopal church, were
held last Tuesday afternoon ntthefam-
ily residence. Mr. Trumbull leaves a
widow nml two sons, aged 1- and 7 years.
Walter Trumbull was born in Spring
Held, III , in 1810, aud utter completing
tho public school cottrs there entered
tho Nuvnl academy ut NewKirt, K. I.,
from which Institution ho resigned at
tho close of the war in order to make an
extended voyage on Iho Vandalia, Capt.
Loe. Un his return rroni his travels ho
took up tho profession of journalism nnd
wns connected with the New Y'ork Sun
for twu years, llo married Mis Slater,
n stop-daughter ot James II, Koherts, of
Hnringtlold. III. Ten yearn ago his
health began to fail, and by the ndvico
of hia physician lie removed with his
family lo Albnquerquo, N. M where he
was admitted Iu Ihe br.r. His health
not permitting him to practice law, he
engaged in mercantile business in Ainu,
q'lerquo. Two yonrs ago ho wns com
polled to abandon all business and de
vote hi time to the care of his health,
One winter he spent nl tho Sanitarium,
l) nsville, now loru, ami nntmirr at
Buttle Creek, Mich., wilLout Uniting
much relief. Ho and fa 11 ily wore 111
Albnquerquo a few mouths ago, und it
was remarked at tho lime that ho was
rapidly declining Ho remained only a
short time, returning to his father's real
denoe in Chicago,
In perl ant Line,
Albuquerquo has raised a subscription
list ot aoveii thousand dnllara nml com
men cod the survey uf a lino for a rail
rond from Farmington, iu Han Juan
county, direct to Albuquerque. This la
to bo a part of tbe now railroad between
Albuquerque and Durango, It is the
most important nnd feasible railroad
project now current In Albuquerque, and
if anything were needed to that end, will
insure tho construction ot eastern and
southeastern connections al that point,
The next thing for the metropolis of Now
Moxlco to do la to push the Denver k
Rio Qrande lo a connection at Doming
with tho Mexican road. Doming Head
J. Fountain, Lus Crime, couimiiiidiug,
One lieutenant colonel, '- majors, 1 Bur
geon, 1 chaplain, un adjutant and 1 qunr
muster. Troop A, LasCrurrs, 1 caplniti,
'J lieutenants, .V) enrolled men; Troop It,
Menllu, 1 captain, 'J lieutenants, 40 ou.
rolled men. Troop (', Dona Ann, 1 rap.
tain, 'J lieutenants, 411 enrolled men. To
tul enroled, iih reported, .'I cuptnina, G
lieutenants, enrolled men,
Sa.nkiiig of tho Firnt regiment of env
airy, tho inspecting officer nt) j thut a
large number of IhiH regiment, have had
experience iu Held duty, and that Col.
Fountain expects to make hm six tnxipi
(throe yet to bo i-rguuized) IKK) strong.
Further on tho report says:
First Infantry: Col. Wuller (S. Mar
muii. Laguiin. Oi o hoiitenutit-colnnol, I
mnj.ir, 1 surgeon, 1 hssihtanl surgeon, 1
chaplain, un adjutant, und quartermas
ter, 1 sergeuni major, 1 quartermaster
sergeant; Company A, (lullup, no cap
tain, !! lieutenants, 'M enrolled men;
Com pan) II, Sautn Fo, 1 captain, "J lieu
ten ants, !UJ enrolled men; Company C,
Luguuii (Indians and mounted), 1 cap
iat ,!! lieutenants, 4'J enrolled men; Com
puny D, East Las Vegas, to In recalled;
Com Winy E, Lit Vegas. 1 enptutn, lieu
tounuts, HA enrolled men; Company F,
Tuos, 1 enptain 'J lieutenants, 1)0 enrolled
men; Company (), Albuquerquo, 1 cap
tain, '2 lioiileiittutn, 45 enrolled men. To
iul enrolled, 11 nqiortml, 5 captains, VI
heut.-tiMtiis. 1 sergeant-major, 1 quarter
noisier sergeant, !SW enrolled men.
The cuvalr) are armed with tho Hlinrf-
curbine, caliber .VI, nnd the infantry, Ihs
Indian comtmny excepted, with I lie
Spricglleld tills, rnltber II; tho Indian
company. C, with tho Sprtngtlcld carbine,
Following tho above 01 1 runts, Capt.
The territorial authorities having nu
money nt Iheir iIibobaI for the puijKwe,
it becamo necetsury for the companies
visiting Albuquerque lo pay for their
own trntisiMirthtion, and while originally
it wns intended lo have six present from
September 14 lo l'.i, but two were actu
ally on tho g. omul.
Further ou in hisnqiort tho following
account in found;
On the vouing of September 14, in tbe
armory of company (S, I wiintoetl a t-al-lallon
drill in tho inununl, which was
good, followed by solus marching nnii
wheeling by fours, this was very fnir.
Tho limited dimensions of the hall pre
cluded more extended movements.
On the 17ih instsnt, tho battalion wns
reviewed on the drill ground byhtstx
collency, the governor, accompanied by
tho colonel nnd lieutenanl-cirlouel ot th
First .inviilry. 'Ihe Second Lnitotl Slates
Cavalry band losisted. The review was
unsutisrHCtory, nut 11 is only riur 10 siais
that it wai the llrst over hold.
After tho review 1 insiiected tho bat
talion As before, neve nil uiUtnkes were
mud.., but tho general nppeiirnnce of the
men anil their arms was good, llio in-
spcclion wits followml hy a competiliio
drdl between tho eompunies, in which
the prize was nwardrtl to Company (
SM'iiUir.g on tho subject of hia treat
mene while here, tho caption enys:
Lieut. Col. Uorrndailo. Capt. (Seorgo
H (iolden, Company K, nnd Capt, W II.
llrnnorahoets.Uomoauy li.are thorough
ly iu earnest in their wurk, nml to their
labors will doubllens Imdue much of the
success, if obtained, that is predicted tor
the first inraniry. ir siioms mo pleas
ure to say thnt during the week I passed
with them their eiillitlfliann ami luier-
est never Isggod for an instant. Captain
Golden, a very young man, organized hit
company In line vegan, wnere, on ac
countant some sectional trouble, great
opKMition waa encountered.
The insitecting ollloer' reptirt is very
general unit thorough, and it woul-1 be
well for tho mihtin onmpame of ihe ter
ritory tn secure copies,
Indian at tbe HI Fair.
The following clipping from a Chicseo
pnper oonllrma the re;sirt that Major
Herry la tn Iho big Windy city, dressed
in his regimentals nml haviuglolaot tun:
At tho meeting ot military men iu Iba
Hand McNslly building to morrow to
consider plans for tho military display at
the World's Fair, Major F. T. Usrnr. of
the regular army, stulionod iu New Mex
ico, will propose that among Ihe regular
troops thnt nre brought hero be included
several companies ot Indian soldiers.
"Wo have quite a number of ImlUns in
the army," said Major Horry at tho 1
litml tins morninu. "nnd some of tt
fiercest A psche and Nuvnjoa makesx-1
cellent lighters, slthough a yet tbsy sret
unu soil to strict discipline, Hy the tin ,
Ihe World's Fir opens they will b wslli
drilled nnd wl bo a vnluablo addition te
the military display. It is quite UuffhV
able to see the Indians under dtaqiplinN)
iiarticulnrly when they are doing nuirdi
duty. While on guard they are required
to wear whito gloves. Ilmsglns afotl-
1.1 l-.l 1. M,. !,., wh I. nlnnl DDI
guard; but the situation la situ mur.
langhablo when they pull their glow
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