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SUIT FOR DIVORCE,
Drink and Bad Treatment Are the
HUBBELL AT THE SPRINGS.
I.us Vegas, .V. M., July 15. They
llveil near Raton. They also lived
liiiiiily until a short time ago when
Charlie took to drink nml began treat
I lie her In an Inhuman manner; at
leant ho Lore alleges In nor petition
for absolute divorce from her bus
lut lid, Charlie Bridget, which Iiiih J u h t
lit i n entered In the district clerk's of
fice Lore also thinks she should have
the custody of thu two minor children,
and the Judge will also most probably
think so If .Mrs. Bridget can prove her
Wool continues to come In At a good
into. There wns considerable disposed
of In Las Vegas today.
There were numerous changes In the
non commissioned oillcers of the cav
alry troop last night, u number being
promoted on account of the resigna
tion and departure from the city of
Manuel Otero who was first sergeant,
to his homo in Santa Fe. 13, J Mc
Wmlc is now Mrst sergeant; I'. 11, Lol
vy second duty sergeant; Carl Slmms,
third duty sergeant; nml II. C. Hayes,
foureh duty sergeant. Captain Heed
also appointed A, 1), Marshall clerk of
tin troops with the rank of corporal.
A Utter from Mrs, Hewitt Hurkloy,
In Denver, wife of tho colored fellow
under detention at the county Jail for
stealing a pooketbook containing $G0,
to Judge Wooster pleads with hi in "to
not send him to the pen for the Lord's
soke." Judge Is Just wondering If the
Lord Is that strongly Interested In the
ease, or If It Is not just she who Is In
terested If the Interpretation of the
Lords wishes Is left to us, we believe
that unlets Hewitt raises that fifty he
Is better off where he Is now.
The Montezuma club will give n card
party on Thursday night at the club In
honor of their fourteenth anniversary.
It will bo for club ..lemberc and their
ICngines S37 and 7.1! have been trans
fe rrcd from this division: 837 goes to
the Katon-La Junta division ami 7.10 to
tin Colorado division. The policy of
the Santa Ke Is to tranter, gradually,
tlx lighter Khode Island engines from
thi division to Colorado, where such
heavy service is not demanded of
th' in and to put In the large com
pound engines here. This division has
t le ven freight compounds nml four for
tin passenger service aud more to
come The change that has gradually
been worked In the railroading here Is
Interesting to note An average load
for the Olorleta mountain a short time
back was about 07". tons, where now
K,ri Is demanded, anil the lighter en
glueH cannot haul It. In those good old
days when the engine had to get out
oe iisi iiially and "shoo" the buffaloes
oit the tract:, the little engines thought
thi-v were doing well when they pulled
eight freight ears with a capacity of
20.000 pounds over the mountains.
Now there are cars with a capacity of
lOi" (inn pounds and these n.-w tandem
compound i nglneu pull a long string
of tin large cars ovi r the mountains
with ease Verily, piogress has been
the watch word among American rail
The cnnlry troop have a dance
bo k I for Friday night at the Monte
zuma at Hot Springs. Arrangements
an being made for a big crowd aud a
gi ' time
M M Sunilt will leave soon with his
family for Fort Stanton, where he will
remain n year or so an some govern
m nt contrnct work he has there. Mr.
Snnilt was fortunate enough to secure
n contract for about Sllfi.OOU worth of
work there, and it Is possible may In
crease that amount, as there are more
contracts to lie let. The government
In erecting a sailor's home there and
othi r buildings, and It Is for some of
those buildings that Mr. Suudt luiB the
MIhts Francis llartholeme returned
today from hor visit with friends at
It Is a boy at the home of Dr. H. J.
Muellers, nml the whole west side Is
rejoicing over the new citizen. The
youngster weighed nine and a half
Ucuk at HI Porvenlr on the codl
lb bis is at a standstill, waiting the ar
rival of sMi expert from Aurora, 111.,
tc note tho formation passed ns thu
lug drill goes down.
Hr . P Morrison and wife left to
day for Santa Fe after a few days'
pic asaut visit In tin- Meadow city.
The annual conference of Methodist
missions, both tho SpnnlRh and the
merlenn, will meet lu Las Vegas on
the Mtli, and committees looking to
th' reception aud entertainment of tne
visitors have been appointed. The
conference Is for the whole territory.
At the iiuarturly conference of tho
Methodist church last night. Rev, A.
M Lumpkin was given a live weeks'
vacation. He will lenve nbout the first
of the month but has not yet decided
wh rc he will go.
Suit wns entered in tho Colfax coun
ty district court by Frank Springer v.-.
Samuel Mnrtlncx et al. piuylng th'
court to grant an Injunction aud enjoin
defc udants from grazing aud herding
rattle cm certain lands lu Colfax coun
ty Tho court granted the petition.
Arthur 11. Oltlcer, as administrator
for the- estate of Francis (Mutton, has
nt n I suit In Colfax county against
Leu s I' Clutton et ul, asking for the
partition of the estate and dccieo or
dering the sale ot the real estate anil
the payment of the Hens and debts on
The First National bank of l.ns Ve
gas has entered suit lu attachment
In this county against James 1 Wells
to recover Judgment lu the sum of
$25(1; '".mount being due. It is alleged,
for money loaned. The bnnk nlso has
another suit against Mr. Wells and
Marin Louise Wells, being nnother suit
In attaenment on a promissory nolo to
recover Judgment lu tho sum of $000.
Patrick Nolan left todny for Decatur,
III,, for an extendeu visit with rela
tives. Georgo Hnrrls ennio in today from
Hugo, 1. T., to see his sick brother, CJ.
A local Arm Bhlpnc.il 2C0 hags of
Bcoured wool eiiBt todny. There wore
four carloads of tho fleecy material,
Mrs. F. II, I'lerco will entertain a
number of friends tomorrow In honor
of her visiting sister, Mrs. Donald Ty
ler, of Owensboro, Ky
McsdnmcH Simon and Isaac hachar
nch returned today from their visit
with relntlves at the territorial capital.
Master Herman nlso returned.
J. W Sllgar, of Imllnnapnlls, came In
todny to visit his wife, who has been
sojourning hero some time for her
Hon. Thomns Hubbell, sheriff of
Hernnllllo county, cnnie up from Alhu
ciuercinc! for a few days rest at the
springs, where he Is taking a course of
The Chicago Hecordllerald will
have a special reporter here by the
nnnie of Clevelnnd in a- few days to
ninke a write up of ti.o city. He will
likewise make n write up of Santa Fe
Hr C H. Ilrndley returned this af
ternoon from his ontlng trip down on
the upper Pecos at the Valley ranch.
The doctor says that he has no Ash
stories to tell, but that he Just had a
(Jovernor M. A. Otero, wife nnd Miss
Freeman, a cousin of Mrs. Otero's, ar
rived here this nfternoon from Snutn
Fe. The ladles will innke a visit with
Mrs. F. II. Pierce and attend her party
tomorrow, The governor returned on
No. 7 this evening.
Fred Fornoif, deputy United States
tnnrshal of Albuquerque, came In to
day to attend to a little olllclal busi
ness. Albuquerque seems to he wanting n
match game of tenuis from some of
our crnck players here. Tho team there
has organized and some of our crack
players should run down nnd give them
a run for a medal.
Pert Ween came In today from Sil
ver City and our band boys are corre
snondlngly happy, as Mr. Ween Is a
line cornet 1st and will remain a couple
of months aud play with the hand. Mr.
Wee n Is a mall clerk between Silver
Clt and lllncon, and Is here visiting
Miss Alma Parvln, well and popular
1 known, who has been In the city for
some time, has departed for Colorado
Springs nnd will later go on to her
home lu Cedar Kaplds.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Promo Quinine Tnblets
All druggists refund the money if It
falls to cure. 13. W. Grove's signature
Is on the box. 2ic.
A Big Meeting is on at Atlantic City
Atlantic City, N .1. July HI. Atlnntlc
City Is Just now the niccen for cycle
eMithuslasts from nil over the country.
Not slnce the high wnter mark of
cycling In 107 has there been so much
Interest tnken In the sport ns Is mnnl
f steel in the twenty-third annual meet
of the l. A. W. The arrival of a del
egation from Philadelphia, more than
a thousand strong, shortly before noon
today ushered In the big meet and
from that hour on the oillcers of the
league' have been up to their ears In
work registering visitors and Issuing
credentials at the headquarters at the
C.rand Atlantic hotel The early arri
vals paitlclpatcd this afternoon lu the
opening session of the Good Roads
Congress, which Is an adjunct of the
meet. Tonight, on the grent bowl
shaped Coliseum track and under the
glare of a thousand electric lights,
the llrst races of the meet will be run
off. These will be the middle distance
motor paced races and among tne
crack racers who will he seen at their
best are Albert Champion. Hobby
Walthour. W. S. F. Fenn and others
who are already here.
Three Clubs Aik for Dates With the
Games with the lirowns are In de
mand. Today letters were received
liy Manager Wynkoop asking for three
games. Tne club from La Cananen, ,
Sonorn. Mlco. wants n game the last
of this month or first of next. The club'
from lllsbee, Arizona, wants a game. '
This club has played five gamea and
won all and Is considered the chain-1
plon club of Arizona. It Is trying to
iirrnnge a series of games along the.
Southern Pnelllc nnd Santa Fe roads. !
Another team claiming tho chain-,
plouship of Arizona Is the Wlnslow
te am, and they too want to try conclu-l
siou with the Drowns. All tennis,
want to play here, and It Is quite likely
that some of the games will bo ar
All letters will be answered nnd fnlr
pioposltlonH made. Fort WIngate lias
already accepted the proposition made
them and they are booked for Satur
day and Sunday, July -f! and -7.
Federal Land Office Business Terri
Homestead F.ntry Kilns Montoyn,
Sandoval. MO acres, McKinley county.
Te i rltorlal Treasuier J II. Vaughn
has received from C. J. Ke lly, collector
of Luna county. 7a.00 of I '.ml taxes;
lrom A A Keen, terrltorli.. commis
sioner. $2,722 17. to be divided nmong
the Income funds of the following In
stitutions. Agricultural college, $12.
70: Normal school at Silver City. $2(!2.
7n, Normal unlversltv. $2Q2.7o, School
or mines. $312 S3: Military institute.
$2(12 7(1; Reform school, $2(12 71, Mind
asylum, $27S.I2; Deal and dumb
.isyluni, $273 Mi; Mtneis' hospital,
$2(12 7ti; Insane asylum, ?2C.7S3; peni
tentiary. $2(13 20.
i i ' ' i in mm
Theie Is lu Naplea a wonderful cave
filled to the height of about three feet
with deadly carbonic acid gnu. Put a
mini can walk through it In safety if
lie will take care to keep his body up
right. In the same way one can go
tliiough this world surrounded cm all
sides with deadly temptation and It
will not barm him If he only will not
bond to It.
Bate Ball at Galluo.
A good game of ball was played at
the Gallup grounds Inst Sunday nfter
noon between the Hey Uubes and the
Married Men-Ilrlquette-WlnBlow club.
There wus a goodly number of people
out to witness the game. The hitter
club enme out victorious, the score
stnndlng 12 to 8. Louie Kuchenbecker
pitched tho first two Innings for tho
Hey Hubes and the opposite club scor
ed eight runs. The next seven Innings
were pitched by I3d Manning and four
runs were made. "Smoke ' Kelly, of
Wlnslow, pitched for the married men. I
We understand that another gnnio be
tween the same, clubs will soon be
played for blood. The Hey Uubes feel
confident that they can vanquish the
married men when they meet again.
SU WAH IS BETTER.
He Say He Prefers to Go Back to
Su Wall, the leper. Is still In his car
and Is In much better condition than
when he first arrived here. His regu
lar meals and medical care have shown
their result nnd he Is much Improved,
Yesterday afternoon a number of I'nlt
ed Stntes oillcers went dowp nnd talk
ed with him, He Is rather well satis
fled with his lot here and Is not un
comfortable. He was asked If he want
ed to remain here, go back to Chlnn or
to Mexico. His eyes filled with tears
and he snlil Instantly that he wanted
to go to China. Not a word has been
received from Washington.
Tracy's Pursuer Resigned His Office
and Disappeared Today.
Seattle. Wash, July Ifi. The only
Ititercat in the Trncy hunt today lies
in the myst-tinus disappearance of
bnerlff Cudlhee, who severed his con
nection with his ofllce and the outside
world In general yesterday afternoon
whem he vanished from the vicinity of
Stony Point Dedication.
New York. July IC At Stony Point,
where, Just 123 years ago today, "Mad
Anthony" Wayne and his American
forces defentcd the llrltlsh, there was
dedicated today a state park In com
memorntlnn of the historic engage
ment. The dedicatory extrclses were
preceded by an imposing pnrade of
military and civic organizations, the
former Including '.rand Army veter
ans, the West Point cadets and stnte
mllltla. Governor udell mnde the op
ening remarks nnd was followed by
Judge Samuel W. Pennypacker. repub
lican candldnte for governor of Penn
sylvania, who delivered the historical
American Insurance Union.
Columbus, Ohio, July 10 The Amer
lean Insurance union, n beneficiary or
ganization with a considerable mem
bership In Ohio. Michigan. Pennsyl
vania and a number of other states,
assembled In nnnual convention In Co
lumbus today aud will continue Its scs.
flon through the remainder of the
week. Oillcers' reports show the af
fairs of the organization to be In a
satisfactory condition. Klnborato en
tertainment has been provided for the
delegates by the local members of the
Ilrldgeport. N. J., July ltl. Hrldge
port Is entertaining the largest conven
tion lu the history of the New Jersey
Christian Kndeaor union. The gath
ering was formally opened today with
every local union In the stnte repre
sented. During the two clays the con
vention will be In session thero will
be addresses by speakers of note,
while the musical feature of the pro
grume Is to be provided by a trained
choir of L,000 voices,
The members of the Young Men's
Sunday school class of the Lead ave
nue Methodist Kplscopul church and
their lady friends were entertained by
their teacher. Miss Kiln Coltralne, at
her home on Coal avenue last night In
a very pleasant manner. The beautiful
moonlight night made the out door
amnseineiits of the affair delightfully
enjoyable. Appropriate refreshments
were served. About twenty couples
Denver, Colo., July It). Delegates
to the convention of Ancient Order of
Hibernians, which Is in session here,
received the report of the credentials
committee this morning and then took
a recess to paitlcipate In a trolley ride.
The- principal thing of interest is the
election of president for which thorn
are strong candidates Patrick O Nelll,
of Philadelphia. Is believed to have n
strong enough lead to win the prize.
Police Officer Killed.
New York. July 11'.. Detective John
Sheridan of the seventy-fifth precinct.
Long Island City, was shot and killed
early today by men whom he wns try
ing tn arrest Michael Cnrr, Charles
Strang and Frank Donnelly were ar
rested on suspicion.
Thin signature U on every Ik of thp Keuulnc
Laxative Bromo-Quinine iwiieu
tho remedy that -iire roM In t"J-
Shoot at Titusvllle.
Tltusvllle, Pa., July Id. A number
of well known sportsmen are taking
part In the big shoot of the Interstate
association, which began here today.
A three days' program has been ar
ranged, calling for ten eventR each
More Than Enough.
At the meeting of the Commercial
club last night It was announced that
more thau the sum required to start
the school of music has been subscrib
ed nnd the school Is a certainty. Dr.
Tight evpressed his gratification over
the action taken.
A meeting of musicians was held
last evening at the homo of T. Y. Mny
uiird on South Second street and plans
for completing the organization of t.io
choral union were discussed further.
The coming of Prof. McNary was ball
ed with Joy. A very enjoyable social
hour was spent In which music had a
Clement for Governor.
Iliirllngton. Vt., July It'..--The high
license and local option republicans
who bolted In the recent convention
which nominated General McCullougli
met In convention here todny and
nnmed Perclval "W. Clement, of Hut
land, who Is president of tne State
Local Option League, as an Independ
ent candidate for governor. A thor
ough organization will be perfected
nnd many believe that Clement has an
even chance of beating McCullougli.
SMITH AND HIS FRIEND.
Albuaueraue'a Old Card Writer Makel,rfli A ' porter lor the State- Journal
Old Man Smith More Rl
The man "whose nnni" is Smith."
whom The Citizen describes as donat
ing $r per dny to the city treasury, is
a hard working man whose reputation
for honesty aud Industry Is well estab
lished not only In Cnllup but on the
Nnvajo reservation among the trad
ers. Including C. N. Cotton, for whom
he has worked for years. Mr. bin! th
had not visited Albuquerque since 1S.S0
and only now from necessity He Is a t. Krou,i, striking his hend and
quiet, harmless man, who lint ins no i Hioulders . t,.rH ,, , f,,.
one but blins. lf and thinks It unjust s01m. ,,. Ilfu.r Uu, ni.,,lU,nl
Mint he should be so constantly a vie- Il(,,.( Foreman Sanjiile went to the
tlm of police activity, while many Al- house- and found Mr Myrlck on
buquerqueans noisy, drunk and elisor- the Moor lu a pool ot blood in an uti
derly nio either not arreseed, or If nr- toiiselous condition. He was quickly
rested, let off without tine or publicity u,ken to his home and Drs. Harper nnd
His Gallup friends will not be attract Clayton uminoned For some time
eel to the fair this fall by the treatment ( his c ondition was quite critical, but ..e
he hns received. .milled the next day, and now he Is
ONI3 WHO KNOWS SMITH. , getting along quite nicely and will be
1 out and about in a short time as well
UNLUCKY NUMBER. j and as hearty as ever.
Couple Were Married In Room Thlr-' Encouraqlng San Juanles. The
teen of i Hotel
The Pecos vnlley correspondent cf
the Las Vegas Optic says:
Thirteen is a sure unlucky number.
Scune time about the- middle of April
Joseph Illonger. an old miner and n
Grand Army man of Santa Fe. led to
the hymeneal altar hi the Plaza hotel I
i . v, ....n. v-. -1. .!.. '-
solemn obligation that bound them to-
gether as man and wife was performed
in room 13.
Hardly two moons had passed over i
the fair contracting parties till Monger
concluded It was a good deal more eco
nomlcal and not near so hard work to
hold clown n miner's cabin, so he guth-
ered up his bed, bid the fair bride of 1
less than sixty days good by am: ngain
picked up the pick and shovel, do.
parted for Cerrlllos ami gave all Ms '
right, title and "horedlments" hack to
the fair one, shook the dust of the Pe
cos from his feet nnl left.
J. A. Hoss, traveling engineer for
the Santa Fe, with headquarters at Las
egas, Is In the city.
Resident. ICnglneer Fred Mudge
passed through the- city this morning
en route for l.ns Vegas.
Freight Conductor G. F. Cochran,
limning cm the Snnta Fe Pacific, is em
Jojlng a much needed vocation.
"Keel" Dennlscm, the night call boy,
bad the misfortune ot having his anklu
sprained and Is laid up at the hospital.
Thomas .laddow, an employe of the
local railroad shops, leaves tonight for
a thirty days' visit at his old home at
G. A. Williams, a freight conductor
running cm the Santa Fe Pacific, Is en
joying a thirty days' lay off. Mr. Wil
liams will go to Pittsburg, Kan., for a
The pay checks came this morning
and the boys report long ones. A good
many of the employes are enjoying
vacations and those who remain are
getting lu good time.
Claude Schrott, a special apprentice
who came to ropoka tvo woijks ago
Ironi Cornell unlvoislty. New York,
has beet transferred to Albuquerque
shops, and Satuiday had his release
from service) at Topeka an tinged. He
arrive ,1 h're Monday night.
Conductor S. D. Heady enme lu from
the west Mils morning on passenge-r
No. 2 He alighted with a smile on his
tace ami remniKeii tnat it wciuo no
thirty days before be would punch an
other ticket. Mr. Heady and family
will leave tomorrow tor a month's out-
ing em the Pacific coast.
Harry and James Thomas, members
of the force of striding bollermakers at
Needles, Cnl.. have returned to Need
les fter a brief vlblt in Topekn with
their families. Harry Thomas Is prom
inent In the union there, being corre
sponding secretary and one of the
grievance committee which n number
of times has contered with the ofll
clals of the company.
Hnilroaders Enjoying Themselves.
Th dull Heanon for this end of the
Santa Fe is on. The company's pas
senuer iments nr" busv Issuing trans -
noitat'on to the railroad men and their
families. Those that have a few dol-,; 'I ne sessions continue through to
lors ahead and can afford to lose n few 1 morrow, concluding with the nnnual
weeks are taking advantage of the
lire-sent slack in business and with
their families are enjoying themselves
on the many beaches of the great Pa
cific coast or some other pleasant
place Such a large number of train
nun from the local divisions are lay
ing oiT that the men that remain are
getting in good time and receiving f lit
Another Version. The bolleriimkeis'
strike at San Bernardino is not only
musing trouble In the usual maimer of
retanllng progress In rallrond tratflc.
but Is a big inconvenience to the pleas
ure of some ot the railroad oillelals. A.
G. Wells, general manager of the
Santa IV coast lines, for some time
past has been contemplating a pleas
ure trip east with his family.
strike nt San llernarillno has Inter -
fered with Mr. Wells' pb asure until
His piuieuce is soreiy irieci. u i mini
by a tew knowing ones, thai if some
agreement is not made between the
strikers nnd the company within the
next It u nays, the company will make
some decided steps, to the c spleasure
ef the few fighting bollermakers.
A Conductor Slashed. At Tuciim
earl the other night W 13. Copeland,
conductor on an 131 Paso-Uock con
struction train beconio involved hi a
dllllculty with n brakeinan named
111 vers. Hot words were passed where
upon tni) hitter drew a long knife and
slashed Copeland across the breast In
uictlng a sciIoub wound. It Is evident
Hint Rivers believes lu trimming them
down to his size The conductor Is laid
up for a few days.
Robinson Goes to London. The To
pekie State Journal says: A. A. Itob
Insoii, president of the Mexican Cen
tral lallroad, was called to London.
Kiiglnml, Sunday by a cuhlcgrrnm from
some of the owncs of the road, who
desire to meet him there on important
business. Mr. Robinson Intended to
start yeaterday for Colorado with his
family, but the call to London pi event
ed his proposed vacation trip. Mrs,
Itoblnson and Miss Itobluson left for
Colornelo. Immediately after the res
ignation of Superintendent ltessegule
from the Santa Fe Is became rumored
President Robinson would offer
bin ,i position with the .Mexican (in
Intc rviewe d Mr Itoblnson nt that tune
and Mr Itoblnson denied that Mr. IN a
scgtilc had been offered a position or
timt he had any intention of offprint?
him a position.
Injured at Gallup. Jack Myrlck, the
clny hostler at the round house, met
with a very painful accident, last Mon
day morning says the Gallup Repub-
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,, (-nmb. ,1 up a ladder to regulnto
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r aiiiiiugiou iimcssnys: ,ir ami .Mrs
P. II. McAtee, of Durniigo. were Farm-
lngton visitors Monday and Tuesday
Mr McAt -e Is commercial agent of the
Denver K Hlo Grande rail road for the
t.,ujro Slul j,,,,,, lomury. While he had
nothing encouraging to say regarding
prospective railroad building, yet he
i,(.ievert Farmlngton ennno't much
longer be without a road, as so ninny
pIOpeiBlttoii- are being considered.
For the Claim Agent to Rend. A
north Missouri farmer, whose hog was
Killed by a train, wrote the company's
c laim ngenl lor a settlement. Doing
somewhat of a "poet" he penned his
My razoibi.ck strolled down your track
A week ago today;
Your 20 came clown the line
And snuffed his light nwny.
You can't blame me the hog. you see,
Slipped tlii'cnn.ii a cattle gate,
So kindly pen a check fcr ton,
The debt to liquidate.
He was rather surprised a few clays
Inter to receive the following;
Old 20 came down the line
And killed your hog. we know;
Put razorbacks on railroad t nicks
Cjulte often meet with woo.
Therefore, my friend, we cannot send,
The check for which you pine,
Just plant the dead; place o'er his
"Here lies a foolish swine."
Draughtsman Appointed Territorial
Funds Grant Surveys,
henry F. Stephens, of Oniahn, Neb.,
I lias been appointed draughtsman lu
the olllce ol Surveyor General idorgun
O. Llewellyn to succeed F.. L. Heath,
Teriltoria; Treasurer J. H. Vaughn
received from A. H. Iluriiam, collector
and treasurer of Colfax county, $511.01
of 10U1 taxes, and lrom Itomuniclo Mar
tinez, treasurer of Union county, $1,
011.11 of l'J'l taxes.
The deputy clerk of the court of prl
vate land claims received from the elc
iiattment of the .nteilor. thu uluts for
Uu. Santo Domingo and San Felipe
grants In llernallllo county, claimed
by the Indians of those pueblos mid
having an aggregate area of 1,070.00
acres; and the Los de Padllla graht, In
llernallllo and Valencia counties, and
claimed by the pueblo o' Isleta. -ie
area of this grai.t Is DLUtO.SL' acres.
These surveys are now subject to the
approval of the court ol private land
claims. It iippiofd patent will Issue.
Illinois Lawyers Meet.
Chicago. 111.. July 17. -Two hundred
lawyers and Jurists of prominence
filled Stelnway hall today at the open
lug of the tweiit sixth annual meeting
of the Illinois State liar association
I The annual address of the president,
! John S. Stevens, of I'eorlu. was the
i lenturc. ot the oi c ning session.
' banquet at the Auditorium in the eve
niug The- papers ami discussions this
year are of a more practical character
than ht former meetings. I he ex
pediency of a constitutional conven
Hon Is one of tne subjects of greater
Interest. The revision of corporation
laws in lllinolh will In- considered, and
I the report of u committee dealing with
the subject "Sinndard of Professional
Morals of the Par." is expected to pro
voke some discussion.
Taos County Court.
lu Hie matter of the assignment of
Juan Santlstevan tit A. It. Manby for
the benefit of the creditors. In the dis
trict court of the First Judicial district
for Taos county, a protest wns filed by
i lie Nuckolls Packint: enmuanv. Jos
(jiiri.iiiiiinfi Sanchez. William Fraser.
, The Fraser Mountain Copper com
' lmny j. (jmnee Itniulall, The Linton
Copper company and John McGregor
who have claims against the assign"
lor $.ijil!i.!ir. protesting against the up
prufscmcnt of SRiitbJte van homesteuil
at Taos at '$1.2ou, alleging that it rcn
sonubly i worth J2.MM1; against the hI
lowunco of the claims of Clrllti SihUIb
tevan lor $2.:i3."i 79: Pert'ectn S. Kltored
lor $SK!ir, VP torlanti Go nr.nl en for
$100; Adehnu P Muller for $ 1 .000,
llu-y heum daugliterK ot Santlstevan
and have been living with their father
at nis expense.
Confirmation at the Cathedral.
ArciibUhoi) Peter .lourgtidc, Snutn
Fc, yesterday, eonllnncd about (100
children under 7 ears of age at the
cathedral. In that city, they belonging
to the cnthedrnl parish. Vlcin General
Fourchegu, Rev Jirfes Deruehes, Rev
Joseph Hlntzen ami Rev Vlnc-ut
Thomas assisted In the beautiful ami
imprebslvc c remony. The cathedral
wns crowded to Its utmost with a iv
erent congregation. On Friday (tc
morrow) morning the children of the
palish, -over 7 years old, will bo con
Armed, nnd cm next Friday Illsbop
Pltnval will be consecrated.
North Carolina Democrat.
Greenslsiro. N. C, July 10. Demo
crats of North Carolina assembled In
convention here today unci were called
to order by F, M, ShnniouH, chairman
of the Btatr executive committee Can
didates are to be nnmed for i hlef Jus
tice of the supreme court, two asso
ciate Justices of the supreme court, su
perlnfendent of public Instruction anil
eine member of the state corporation
Newton. Iowa, July Hi The repub
lican congressional 'iinveiitloii of the
Sixth district held here today wns ox-tix-medy
client and harmonious and re
sulted In the renomlnntlon of Mnjor
John F. Lacey. of Oskaloosn, without
Upper Des Moines Editors.
Hoone. Iown. July 17. .Memborn of
the Fppcr Des Moines Kdltorlal asso
ciation are here lu force for their
twenty-fourth seml-uniuinl meeting.
Tin program begins this evening with
an nddress by II. II Herbert, of Chi
cago, the veteran founder of the Na
tional Kdltorlal association. Tomor
row theie will be two sessions for tho
consideration of numerous questions
of Interest to the publisher. The olll-cert-
In charge of the convention are:
President. M. C. Mnloney, Fort Dodge;
vice president. C. O. Carter, lloone;
secretary and treasurer. A M. Adams,
lloston. Mnss.. July 17 ItuportK
from cranberry growers of the Cape!
Coil and Plymouth sections imllcnto
that the crop this season will be larger
than for mnny years. There are hun
dreds of acres of new bogs In bea.'lni:
condition, and nil these are heavily
blossoiue-1 and give promise of hearing1
a big crop. The season will begin
about the Inst of next month and con
tinue six weeks. The early berries
will bo shipped to the markets of tho
west, which during the past few years
have been found to be the best that tho
growers have ever had.
North Dakota Bar.
Chautauqua, N I)., July 17. The an
nual meeting of the North Dakota
State! liar association which opened
heio today is the best attended gath
ering of Its Kind ever held In the state.
President Seth Newmnn, of Fargo,
called the gathering to order and de
livered his annual address. Other
speakers at the opening session were)
Prof. John K. hialr nnd Hon. Guy C. H.
Corliss, both of the University of Lnw,
who took as their subject education
ami admission to the bar Oillcers for
the year will be chosen tomorrow.
Crystal Springs, Miss.. July 17. Tho
eighth annual neislon of the Missis
sippi Chautauqua assembly opened to
day and will continue until the end ot
the month. The session promises to
be the best lu the history of the as
sembly. No expense hns been spared
to obtain the best platform talent, nml
every entoitnlnnient will be full of In
terest. The attendance of visitors al
ready here repreuents many parts of
A Beautiful Tribute.
The members of tho Congregational
church have a finely written booklet
from the pen of Prof. C, K. Hodglii.
For eighteen years the talented inu
Bit inn. Miss Mary 13. Gllmore, nnd her
biographer were associated together
nud wi re close friends. The book lu
a full and complete sketch of her llfo
ami I a beautiful tribute to her char
acter and services. An excellent pic
ture of Miss Gllmore Is the frontis
piece. Arkansas Republicans.
Little Hock, Ark.. July Hi. The re
pui'llcan state central committee held
a meeting here today In response to
the call of CITalrman Hominol. Plans,
wi re discussed looking to the pursuit
of a c ampaign wlllch Is designed to bo
without precedent In the annnls of thu
republican party of Arkansas aa rc
ginds its scipo and vigor.
Plans Agreed Upon.
The oillcers of the Harvey systum
nnd Architect Chnrles F. Whittlesey
spent nearly all of yesterday In con
sultation over the plans for the now
IOii room hotel which will be built at
the Grand Canyon. Work on the build
ing will begin very soon.
Slim Tobacco Crop,
llnitford. Conn., July 17. Tho pros
pects for a good crop of tobacco In
Connecticut this year are very poor,
owing to the excessive moisture of tho
last month. It Is admitted by all grow
ers that the crop will not reach tho av
eiage. The plants grown under can
vas nre said to be In ecii worse c;on
dltlon than those- grown lu the open.
Whipple to Be Tested.
Washington, July 17 The torpedo
boat Whipple mis been ordered to
leave her builder-' dock at Sparrows'
Point, Md . today for her preliminary
trial, which l expected by thoste who
have watched he1 const ruction to bo
nn entire succfss. Th.- Whipple Is a
destroyer of the snme class ns tho
Pall Jones. Lawrence. McDonouxh nnd
other small craft recently added to tho
Maddox Named Again.
Rome. Gn.. July 17 -The donioi ratlc
conurt crlonnl onvention of tho Sov
-nth illiitrkt here tocln ietuJtcl ill tliu
ur..i:imoiB re-nomination of Cougreiss
i! in J W. Maddox for another tarm.
" " ' 'imii t.i Hrm cru n ills
t.u.i ot :i.o miles, the- Santa Fa Pa
cific loudbeel hfis Ihjcii sprinkled with
oil to keep down the dust which hciro
tolore has been an o' Jection to tour
ist.' taking i h Hotitbein mute acirogs
the continent. It U thought that with
the spraying once every live oi six
weeks tin conditions may be bust al
best for traveler-, aitl lu addition to
laying the dust the oil will serve as a
sort of preservative i-i the ties.
Cape Mnv. N J.. July 17 .-Congressman
John J Gardner was renominated
today by the republicans of the Second
district in convention here.
Walter F. Klsllngtiury. who Is break
ing on the Alamogordo & Sacramento
Mountain railway, asked for a fifteen
day leave of absence and Is now on, "a
vlblt to his brother, llany, engineer
on the Southern Pacific nillway, whoso
henilquiirterH are Wlnslow, Arln.
A C Good has leslgtied his position
as clerk in Auditor Harter's ottlce at
AlamoKorilo. und nccepted a position
, with the Shannon Copper company, of