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This Year's Fair Amusement Program Will bi the Strongest Ever Presented in Albuquerque.
TL fay r1 Si VS wKS
cemt that old fashion
at the Commercial club
at 8 o'clock liiitorrow
morning. Oet in tho
ed farming it not popu
lar in the Eddy county
tax roll.
picture. -
MEMBER ASSOCIATED TRESS
TKfntm K-trnt t ?r,
Vol. I. No, .
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW KEXICO, WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 19U
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10 lilffi
RESOUiiOTO
MARCH OF
filS
Austria-Hungary Said to have
Notified Russia that Terri
torial Integrity of Servia
will be Observed.
EMPEROR AND CZAR IN
COMMUNICATION TODAY!
Asquith Tells Englishmen sit
uation is Grave but Still not
Without Hope of Diplomatic
Settlement.
SI. Pelershuig. July 39 dis
patch from llelurauY X) I be
Sorvlan capital has :em hum-tau-iled
ami Hh hiblge eer tli
rlrr lias bern blown mk
Itertiii. July 8M. Tlir lraun
ntHMTiH aif TnH,ror' Xhitfa lif
lliila t'May rxi'liaiuiiil tel.
rg-radi iiHnmuiiH-tloa i'wTt.
IikX Hie InU'riiHiliHial rrbda.
arts, July ilB. flic Tiiimi
Mr lluU ortli-lolly Infoim
tsl alMiut half mhI imHic this af
ternoon that AuMrta-Hungary
would ropext llie i rrlinrlal In
tegrity of sa-rrtn ami wMitu even
In ahntnln from isnipvlng llH
graile, lwi Sci-vlan ijUal.
l,oniin. July 20. Itartm
KiKJm lillil In an lmrrli Imlay
alil:
"I llank tlx iriiiiatioii tmika
railii'r -iii-r i-mIh. hut I m tiiK
kiMiM M'rannlly il any ili-vi'l-iiiniilMk
Al llu iuiiiw linn- It
hMtko- aa If lln-rr m naire
lMiHt imT I Ik- war Ih-Iiik liMal
mhI." axMnttim, July Ir-I-IfHit
Ullmn ki-K rliim-ly In
fornml of llir war xitiialHin In
r'4ip-M Imiay HiDtuKli rrn
from llr .Xnii'rUnii illlimtata
ahnwil, hut tln ro wa no iiian
In Ihr atllluiM! of iiwtf ubMru
(ion.
AI.THI-IM NiV AMI
ht KVIA TIIKII.Ii AT VII CAM.
I.nnitnn, July U. llfporla f Ihc
maoalnii of armlt In alrntrnic pi
lli n came from alt oinl of Kumi-r
tnitay, hut n" arliiul clash of fiMiiii
forcra aa rclntreil.
Tha dlplomiita ronceiilralfit llii-ir
attention on rnorta to tontine war to
AusUUi-Huncary anrl rrvl.i. Ih,. to
liatlomi Imninlliitoly conrirrnort in ihc
quarrel, and tha uttltuile or Iho ler
man n1 Ituwoaii eniHrorg win iIom-.
ly wiilrhi-il'uwlnif to tliolr sr rela
lloia to the rounlry ermuRpil.
rrrmier Awi'Jlth re'rrred to tha In
li iBHtn.nnl miuaium In the huae of
chnimiiiii but all Ihv InrnrmiitUm h
able to Impart u contained In
a frw word.
"The mtuutton at tliia momrnl," hf
ulit. Ma ni of ixtreme (ruvlty and I
ran only any that tho trltl"h nvirn
nunl l Pot rcluxlna Ita eftorta to ilo
everthln In Ha power to clrium-a-'rlne
the area of ronflli'L.
"The llrlilHh ovriiinen hua re.
lelved no Informutloa na to an alleg.
ed rrvulutlonury outlireak in iluUn
1'iihind."
Auirta.luntary ami iM-rxU re
aounded today alth (he nwir h f
troopa toward poalllnna of attack and
di-fenae. while military RVlittnrs 6n
hoth aidra Hitted thruuxh tha air
alo!i the frontlrra in an effort to
dlarover their olilMmenta' pnal'.lona.
niPMiM rv ok i rnorK
n IIMtll at noitK
Vienna, July J9. ilormany and
lliily loilny ronllnurd their rffurta to
locallre the war declnred yetterday
ly th-'lr ally. Auatrla-llunKMry,
aaiinat Km In, and the ettor; of aC
the Kurop.mi dildomata are being di
rected toward tbla aaiiio end.
No further Ovi l.ir.illon had been
received up to thla morning- from
Itiowta and that country a I no had
made no Ircah altampt lu intervene
RUSSIA
CZAR HCWS 111 LEAD
RUSSII ARIES III PERSON
General Mobilization of Armed Forces of the Czar Ordered To
day. England's Battle Fleet Sails for Unknown Destina
tion. France Rapidly Pushing Active Preparation for
Conflict.
St. Petersburg, July 29. It is considered probable that
if Russia goes to war Emperor Nicholas will become gen
eralissimo of the Russian forces, with his second cousin,
Grand Duke Nicholas Nicholaitivitch, and General Souk
homlir.off, the minister of war as seconds in command.
NtraHhorg. licrmanr July 2.
TIm- lonimuiuh-r of Hie I IIK1111I1
rntaii army ixirM laH"iMil
Im-to annouiiivit iIh pre H
ly Hull lniMH-lant night nut
IM ucrs Moulil lakr plas-o tomor
row ill llM' IH'IfilllMirlHMNl tit
MraaMhurg. TIm' amHHiiutinM-iil
stalod llial 1 1 rkifilMn lustl
lnil Imi ii prepare! ami llial Im
illUi'im In I Ik- vicinity sle'uld nol
be illKiiililril If artillery firing
wcec iH-artl. attire II would lmt
rvi relation to ihe prvwnl inter
Ituliimal sliualiou.
lire-tin, July 29. An lmMirntil
ofHiliil twiileretwc u called
lMn lids evening owing i llii
tvMrti'il nibiliaihn ,f Uw Hue
Minn army. It wan in lamgre) at
half Mlxl Mini.
No iMrira lor a irrr-inilliig
slop In iniiiHO'lInn Midi Hh army
l,ave aHiri'iiily i Ixin ljv.mil.
M. Prtii-slmrg, Ji'ly 3. tireal
imtrloik- di-tuoiiMruibois l.Mik
no animiK llie hhiIikt i,f M.
IVtorshtira Onlay ami r1Mia
front JtliMiiw htalp llial Jiiiilar
Mianlfioiaiiiiiii. Ik l urntl iIhti-.
MIMHlN fttMIIIMs Till-:
lll sMW MOIlll.l. TI
l.iimlon, lulv Ivituil iiniliilm
Htlon of the Itiiaoliin tnropa in the
aouthi-rn and aotithwratet n iliHlrlct
w.i ordered by the ItiiHOUin wur "f
fle Inal nlKhl. ai'ordlnK to !
pHtchca received here.
it la nrKupd In (!, i;i I in Irs th it
althoiuh thia iirtlnn danKcroualy dl
minlnhcB the ihunrea of niiilnlaiiilim
Kurienn peio'e, II doca not necea
Mirlly liiily a ruiiture if rlatlin
hi-twccn Aiinrm-HuiiKary und Itua
vln. The preaent nililllntlon order af
fecta only the Kunaiun frontier run
IlKuoua to Auntrl.i and n tt the tier
man frontier. It la lonrliud to the
military iliHtricta of Kiev. odrwin.
MiuKiiv and Kasati. The peace fHt
In of each of thcac UiMtMita la four
army core. each numlierina Io.ikh)
men, or a total of fltt.Ono men. The
command to mobillav doiibtea Ihl
total ao Unit i.JHfl.'iuu men are af
fected by the order.
CMdiMi vit lijjrr
TO I XRXOWX I1IUT
I'ortland. Kniiland. July 2. The
llrltlxh fleet aalled from here today
for an unknown itratlnatlon. No In
formation could bo obtained from
naval oflb luia aa to the niovemenla
of tha war veaacln.
no i4.i a ikm iit or
1(1 H.sl AN MII.ITAKY AT1tTV
Ilerlin. July Military activity
on the Ituaninil aide of the frontier
la confirmed by many evidencta
which have reached the ear of tier
man ofltclula but 11 waa elated here
today that no mobilisation order (hua
In tha controversy. The Rusriun am
baasador to Auairo-llungary confer
red with fount Leopold von llerrh
toldt, Autio-llunurlnn foreign min
ister, but It la understood the Inter
view wua only for the purpose of ob
taining Information. Nothing what
ever is known here of the reported In
tention of Hussln to make deflnratlon
of neutrality In raa Auatria-lluganry
uliuuld renounce the lda of territor
ial expansion at the expenae of the
linlkan alula.
AMFHIt ltr.lt (lUkSM
IIKHY T 0-lH"l '.HATF.
Waahinglon, July 2 The interna
tional relief board of Hie American
lied Oosa today decided to announce
that the society would receive and
forward coniriiiutiona for relief to the
Austrian und Hervlun tied Cross soci
eties, as dssignated hv contributors.
All Hed t'ross chapters In the
I'ntud tltalcg ar being notified.
orders
Tfl IP
IU
hern iwucd by the Huanlun war ot
itic I'rlvate reporla from the Uimaian
frontier aay diHlimt Indniilioii of
Kiiexlun nillltury activity baa been
notPeil there.
A number of Herman rcairncnt
have been moved toward the fron
tier, aa a precautionary meoeure.
The men wear the new iay aorvlce
unifoinia and curry their Held equip
ment. riiANo: I'l'wniMi AtTivi:
I'ltKI'AKAlloN rtlll .H
I'lirlf. July !!'. Kranca contlimea
iiletly lo prepare for war. The
troops of the active army wrc grad
ually concciilriif Init near the Iron-
tier. mt
A military guai'd Imk been pla ed
In the Kieat M'oir mllla at t'ordeil.
near Tana, with h In the event of
war would be taken over by the
army. The bakers in I'aila are lay
ing large atncku of flour mid the
city authorities, lo prevent all possi
bility of famine In the capital,
started forming today a reserve store
of n.iHlU tons of flour.
The police department Is exercising
a general sun eilla me over Austrian
and Hermans In l'una. The p' lect
of police today onli red the ill. . on-
tinuance of the service of the public
at tuldes in the sidewalks nod on
the terrac-s In front of cufes In con
sequence or disorders who h have
tin ird since the iH-imiing of toe In
ternational tcnalnn.
The government made an apcul
to the pica to keep calm und care
fully to verity Ita new, com erulnti
the crisis lietnre publishing It.
Adolphe Messimy, niinlhter of war.
today visited the military wireless
station of the K I : f 1 tower and or
dered the slat tu be doubled, the of
ficers to remain on duly day und
night.
I'resldenl I'oln'are'a return to
Paris today from his v 'sit to Kasslu
was made the opportunity for a man
ifestation of patriotic feeling by tll.iU
raiula of young no n belonging t 'he
League of ratriola, of wluill Dei-UtV
Maurice U rns la preside,!!.
Tha Koveriunei:t today prohibited
an unti-war meeting capd by Ihu
rev idutionsry labor organlsatlona
At the French foreign office a e
slinlstle view of the general situation
prevailed Ihia evening. nftlr'nla
there think the only hope of avert
ing war in that Austria-Hungary re -ognUe
the dele, iiinallon ,,.d ui II V
of views of liuasia. Cretit IUitnin and
rKunce and thai she modify hei at
titude tow arils Herva.
I'AIIIH IU H UM) OPKNN
K K I I I I I K UI MM S
l'sita. July !!. The bourse opened
weak today. I'rlcca weio ulfected iy
the drop In New York eslerday, but
little business dune. French 3 per
cent rentes were a little better thuti
yesterday at i.
AD
vyiin
i SAA aSVSssSSV. ASSSJIASASSI
ft
X PEACE TREATIES TO X
X BE ACTED ON NOW
Washington. July uu
President W.laon'g urgent re-
uuest that Secretary Itryan a
new peace treatiea with twenty
nations be ratified at the cur-
rent ongreaa Ihe senate for-
eign relations committee tuiluy
referred the ronvciiiloiia to a
subcommittee with Insli uclioni
lo study .them and report.
' eVnaturs had prucllcslly de-
elded to postpone action until
next session, toil owing to the
threatening situation In Kurope
ratification may be hurried.
EON B
ier FORCES
ILL STREET IS
M LUKET
While Exchangeb of the Old
World Tumble in Panic or
Close Their Doors American
Security Market Gains
Strength.
SUBSTANTIAL BUYING BY
CAREFUL INVESTORS
New York Shows Ability to
Absorb Almost Unbelievable
Volume of Foreign Offer
rings. Gold Shipment Rate
Goes Up.
New Vnrk, July 1 The New
York stock exchange w s almost the
only eccurily mnrkot In the world to
rtbnw strength and at.ibihty today.
While London and Paris were ill
roiiraglng trading anl many other
f,,rrin exchanges ere entirely
closed because of demo-ili-d condi
tions resulting from Ihe Austro
Kervlan war. this market not only
continued to absorb further heavy
offerings from acroas the water, but
put the short Interest to rout us well.
The opening here was not calcu
lated to arouse cn hiiblasm, import
ant sharea declining from I to
points. After the lnit;al outburst of
selling the movement abruptly
rhuimcd. lai ielv aa a result of w hat
seemed '.n be substantial buying by
conservative Investors, altnicteii oy
the low range of prices. Ilefore the
end of the first hour all losses were
reti lived, with nuineioua material
galls, which were added to In th'
course of the early session.
There were some recessions at
miildav on announcement of more
gold export, together with a result
ant advance III call money to 5 per
cent. Ieiilnes were soon regained,
however, end in the final hour high
est price were registi red.
Another sharp advance was re
ported in the rate on old hipmcnt
nxked by marine insurance enmpan
lea. The rate yesterday was It. !-"
for ea h iillllon dollars shipped. To
day It waa advanced lo 13, omi. with
a slightly lower rate (or hlpmetit
In American vessels.
fsmilon Kx iinuue In I'anlc.
London. July 2 The reloiisiiess
of the Kuropeun situation waa re
Heeled today oi, the bmiliin stock
exi hange, where I litish eolis'dg
dropped at one time to 's. the
owest point reached sine the early
years of last centurv. rney openeo
at 7l,or below 'cslerday. fooii
afterward they dropped to "O'.j und
then lost a full p.. mi. bringing them
down to '.
TODAY IN CONGRESS.
skti:.
Met St 11a m.
Foreign relation!!
committee
began work on ro i
ory llr.' an's
twenty pcuce tre.ito.
Debate was continued on the
trade commission In. I arid Scnt
tor Culberson otfere.l an amend
ment tu define unfilr coinpetl
li. n.
iioim;.
Met at nooti.
The conference i court on the
Indlai appropriation nlll coulmn
Ing many disputes aa consid
ered. The Insular t oimiuttee dH Ided
not to hold hcnriox on Ihe bill
or PhlliPinue noli pendencc.
The l onfereni e u pon on the
Indian appropriation bill was ai -ceptiHl
uud the measure goes to
the president.
Consideration of the bill to
extend lime of payment for set
tlers on Irrigated lands wua re
sumed. The nuvul commutes favor
ably reported a bill to reinstate
I'nptsln John 11. ; i '''tins, recent
ly plucked.
III 1RLD TD
STIR IIP
ELGRABE;
MORE HOPEFUL
Ill THE STRIKE SITUATION
Chicago, July 9. -Mediation between 98 Western rail
roads and their 55,000 engineers and firemen over wages
and working Conditions has taken a more hopeful turn,
it was said today.
The federal board of mediation and conciliation has ob
tained consent to negotiations during the week and ex
pect3 to get th; approval of th; employes to arbitrate.
BUSINESS FilEtl LIKE
THE PRESIDENT'S
ATTITUDE
Conference at WThite House on
Pending Truat Legislation
Satisfactory to Delegations
of Wholesalers.
i
Washington, July 2. Chairman
'ullieiMin of the senate judiciary
ommittee Introduced an rmindment
to Ihe trade commission bill today
lo make unfair competition unlaw
ful. Just as the proeeni bill lines, but
cflnlng t.Muli- , oitijictitlou. He ex
lalned his umendtnent was designed
i make unlawful ni ts Wh.li h "lend"
toward Ihc nci onidiehment of thing
which ihe Hhermun law ulreudy
makes unlaw fill.
iu mnfv mi: iM.ri:i
iiv nti.iii:vrx attiti it:
Wellington. July 1"J President
Wilson held another contcr-noe lo-
day on business conditions and the
ending truxt lulls wllh u delegation
if business men representing varied
interests Inroutthoot the cojutry.
dclei;ailoii of wholesalers pre
sented a In n f opposing the "one
pl lie" and "i X' Iumivc imrm y" ft.it-
uris of the t'lavton bill and several
'tiotis of the Irailo commission
bill. They lolil Mr. Wilson they up-
proved of the pending legislation in
way and thought it neeessary to
prevent unfair competition. but
feared some of its features would
seriously interfere with business or
ganisations operated on a small
scale.
l ot more than half an 1. ..r the
president and the business men hut;
deluded diHcupsico. Afterward the
leaders of the delegation said they
Were greatly emouiagcd ly Ihe pres
ident's allilud.-.
UNCLE JOE CANNON
ANNOUNCES THAT
HISANTE IS UP
Danville, Ills., July SS. Joseph "1.
Cannon, former speaker of the na
tional house today made format an
nouncement or his ca'ollilu' v for rep
resentative of .be Kigtilcenih Illinois
congressional district.
To I'rolic smith Killing.
Iloifiiler. Colo., Ju'y A csll
Was lsuei tod. iv for a grind jury to
lli'.estigate the kiMrig o Champ N.
Hiiiith. of IJIilota. whore body was
found In a mine tunnel several weeks
urii. Wilson I av is was arrested yes
terday and held for Inve'titiuuon In
i iiii'ie Hon witii the ilc.it ll.
Approve tlafilii Oi. U-i'lvcr.
New York. July :S. Judue Hand
In the federal district court sinned to
day an order making perminenl ap
point. neoi of Joseph f. MartmuaU'
and Kr.'det n k A. Ju llard as recelv
ra for the If. II. Claim company, us
recommended by the creditors.
SERVIANS AND
AUSTRIANS RIOT
IN LOS ANGELES
Iaa Angeles, c.i1., Jul. '."I
Hinting brok,. out hefe early io-
day In the portion of the lty
wlui w KcrVlaiia and Auxiriatis
live.
There was son,, shooing but
no one was found lo have bec!t n-
Jured by a bullet.
I'olico reserves suppressed the
dUturbtince. Heveral Autrlaus
were arrested
ASSEMBLED
TURN TODAY
sssewewsewev
IVARBURG WILL GO
BEFORE SENATE
niti
New York Banker Wires Pres
ident Wilson His Consent.
Confirmation Now Believed
to be Assured.
Washington, July 29. President
Wilson today received a telegram
from I'aul M. Warburg of New York,
saying hr hud prartlcully divided to
come to Washington to con rr with
the senate banking iiimmlttt-e on h;1
noitiln; tion aa u member u tha Ind
ira I ri serve board.
Although the telecom did not state
in terms that Mr. vVarburg would
come. White lluuv olllciuls said they
considi red the question closed and
Ihst Me. Warburg wruld apear ill
he :n"ir future.
Itepflls to the W'litc House b
Petnocrutlc leaders are lhu there l
very litl(. oppnMtlon to Mr. Warburg
und that a number of llepiibllcana W'lii
vide for hun.
The prei-ldi nt today had not decid
ed when to appoint to tli,. vs'alov
cmuki d by the withdrawal of the nom
ination of Thomas I. Jiut'e of Chi
cago. Mi.rooi l :le leil a Director.
Waidiington. July !s. l:ieeton of
nddilioiial federal reserve bank ill
tectors of class H was atitiouni'i'il at
the treasury department uu follows:
J. A. M'- iregor, fun 1'rniuisco, Cat.
VESSELS PREPARE
TO MAKE USE OF
PANAMA CANAL
New York, J ul v 2:i In anticipa
tion ,.f the opening of the I'anama
canal fifty vessels have thus fur up
plied to the surveyor of the port of
New York for meaHiireiiienis under
the caiial rules. Thttty vessels, it
was iiiinoiiin ed today, huve ulreudy
been grunted certifr ates which they
Wif produce wheto'ver they puss
throiigli Ihe i.iual. There ia no lee
for meauremero and foielgn na
tions uls,, can noiisute for the canal
I rut fie.
I mp r iho i anal rules it will cost
tb Ainern an st-aou-hips Kruonland
Mild I'lnliind lla.TL'j ai-l'ie to iass
tbionsli the catuil. or more than
t.'l.'oia f,,r liie round trip from New
York to ihe I'ai itlc coast ports
I'or a folr-sicd fteighter Ihe tolls
will amount Iv uiout l.'i Otm a oil for
an Hiislllaiy motor uilit iibout 17
The fees ate without regard lu dis
pluceinent loimiiiie or lo what Is run
lalucd ll) a vessel, and ll is suid II
tnuv be posMide to put through the
innal a cumo w U"v tounue Is three
linos that of the I'caJ'tcicd tonnage
upon wluili lolbi me bulged.
GRAIN EMBARGO TO
BE RAISED SATURDAY
Topeki. K.m.. July ?'i The em
bargo ag.ittt wheat ablpmenla lo
t.slvesto:!. Tex is for e,oit will aa
lilted siaiurdsy at midnight Instead
it .Vlotiilay ui mliliilxht. as orlgina.iv
planned, aco.'dlng lo an s-iuounie-mint
nmde here loil.iv b J. It.
Koontx, general f i-l v ll t agent for the
Atchison, 1'opesa snd Hanta Ku rail
way. I . P. Odi.-ial lH-ad.
Oiuuh.t. Neb., July 211 John Tt.
bhelilon, sma rtnlriolent of teb gruph
of the t'nloli Puciflc railroad died ut
bis home here today. ugd H yeaia.
lie had been with (he railroad com
pany 31 years.
T
T
BASIS OF
Carranza and Carbajal have
Reached Final Understand
ing by Which Government
will be Delivered.
AMNESTY TO ALL BUT
MURDERERS OF MADERO
These have Left Country so
that Transfer of Mexico City
to the Constitutionalists will
be Bloodless.
Wei,li!iiton, July . IJem-ral
Carraura anil I'rovMnnal I'resl
lent tarhaptl have agniil n
ImhI fsr IlK' ai-rangcmeut of
m-m In Mexbo. r fording lo m
hhwuvJU mKHvial hwr I oils hy
Jose tasielbn. Minal rvH-e
M-iilarlvp of Carlwial.
Mr. ChkK'IM almweil Niitc
lary llryan Ills latent adbi- fnwn
Moiin City wlihli slated llMt
l.i-m-ral ll,a ami duslkv Alli-iules
('arlMtJal's I wo tlelegalea lo tar.
ransa, liavo Ixi-n iHtrui-td I"
ary out In detail lis- general
lianla of iH-air "aleoailjr agree!
on."
Tbl-i s4 lnlerimtiil liy Mr.
awlcibK l mean tlini 1 1 trough
private liauiii-lN anil tlieougti
licginulibi CtKilrt advance d'i
igate of Hie 4'arlMjtil goviin
incut mm with l.eiieral ( err an so
il' tlollo uiuhi-lanillng linn leen
leai'lNil for a iM-aii-ful iraiaifer "I
Ihe governiiHiU at Mexhxi til)'
lit Im- isMwlltiitloiialistH.
With yeapen- to amnesty and guar
antees. Cenerul ('struma, 11 Is iinder
stiiod, will promise Immunity to all
except thosi. directly responsible for
the overthrow of Madero. 'radically
all those auid to oe guilty huva fled
from Mexico, and thut exception will
not be opposed by the Carbajal gov
ernment. It Is expected that within a few
tiaya tha Carhuja! government del
egation will huve worked but the de
tails of an agreement.
Diplomats here exiiect thut one of
Ihe firm questions will be one of rec
ognition of the protocols signed ut
Niagara between the l.'tiited elates
and Ihe Ituerta government. Ap
proval or those by tho constitutional
ists probably would mean recognition
by the nClted Hi. ite, Argentlle, Bra
nd und Chile.
An agreement by which Zapata 'a
forces are to vo-operate wllh the con
stitutionalisti in restoring peace
throughout Mexico has been arranged
oy delegates at Vera Crua und now
requires onlv the aignaiurea of Car
tunr.a slid Zaput hefore being liiado
public.
A definite Idea of c.eneral Villa's In
lenilons la rgpecteil soon.
i.eneral Uiuro lll.ir und D.ivll tl.
AHende. provision. l Prcsoleni Car
bajal s del, galas to I real with fi'n
rrul Curranx.1 in the irnt.fer a' the
Mexican govet nnieni in the cuiistllu
lionuljCi. hav,. Vets 'Tug tods
mi ihe steamer M-. si', o top TaniPP ,
Consul Caroo 1. 1 hu rePoited to th
slata depurtment.
I.I A.I I All! TllfKI
IIV Till: lnisTITlTMXIJT!
Kl I'nso. 1,K, July SI. -1 luana
Juato. ispital of Ouanii Jilstu stale in
tentral Mexico, wua occupied yester
day by -onelilulionulist troops n
coiniouiio of lien, rut Jesus Carraiiai.
ii id a report reieived her,, today.
Tlie city had lieen evucuateil soma
daa ".
HT1I K KTII I. llI.I S
t ltHs M A. VI LAN ItAKItOlt
Hiilia, 8iniiloa. Mexico. July S
The I'ai Ific M .ll tmei lly of titilney,
bound from eshua I rux io San Fran
cisco, dared not Und provisions to
day at Mssatlan. us hi rt been the In
Irntion, beaus trie capt tin feared
to endanger h hlp and hu tlva
PEACE ID
MEXICO
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