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ALHUUL'KKK, NKW M MX I CO, SA'iT' KDAY, JANTAl 31, .MM.
TI.HHITOI11AI, M INOttH
rhr Thlrtrrnlh Animal 'emmiilra-
llan nf Ihr Urautl lMls;r.
(Knonllm 'nil), Jan. .)
Til M 11011 It' Grand Lalg lit New
Meiico (lu thirteenth annual imjiiiiiiii
Lpfttioii convened in tfri rily hI Temple
(dge hall, Nil. ll, lit It o'clock thin
TheOritnil lalge was culled to order
iy Grand Muster Ki'iit, mill tin- commit
ee mi t-redeuliulH Mat appointed to re
Kir I at 'i i, in.
On thti reconvening of Hut Grand
Lodge (lit riHirl wiih adopted, after
Iiii'Ii (Iriiml M nut vr Kent delivered hi
linlllll MllllfK-H TlU' WlllllllH Cnlllllllll-'e
ore then iitHiinU'tli mill tli grand
lantern midriff and other bllnitii
ere referred in the Hppitipriule commit
lor O'Hih.iI ritliim ami ri'iMirt.
A lifi"f review of tin' Grand 1txlge of
ew Mexico in appropt to the pret-eut
locaaioii, mill I'lIK ClTir.o state that it
a formed In Kmitu Fe in 1H77, with
nl) four lodge mid a membership of
robahly IVM. Tim lodge were then lo-
hied Ml Hani IV, Uih Vegas, tai. Gruce
nil lliioiivilli. Now ihere are prott'Mtr
uh lodge hI Simla IV, Lm Vegan, Lie
ruces, Tiptonville, Aihtiqoerqtie, So.
irro, Hun Mmcial, Silver City, luiiuu
eorgelowii, Clmniu, ltowell, While
uks lUlon, King-ton, Chloride, Or
1 1 cm mid Fundingum, mid the member-
ll ID OVlT l,mo.
W, VV. I Ir.lllu, h prominent bunker of
ntii Fe, now diet-need, mom tbe II rut
mid unmier. 't'lu liouorlili ixmi'inn
h Unto In-Ill I)) the following well
own gentlemen hlnco tlmt time: W. U
lyiiorjoii anil Judge S, II. Neweomb, of
man Crucen; II. L. Waldo, Mux Front
liil Dr. W. S llii.roiin, of Sunlit IV; W
Childerf, of Albuquerque; N. C
Innkwcll, of Ijih Vegan
The pit-Mint grand officer lire us fol
we; Frederick II. Ki-iil, Albuquerque,
hiiiI munler; A. ,1. Fountain, Laa
ticee, deputy gruud muster; I J, II.
itiitt.Dcming.gruud H'liui' warden, Kich
M English, iin Murclnl, gruud junior
lrilfii, 0. A. Fo., Ituloii, grand trea'
it; Aipheti A Keen, Albuquerque,
Kami secretin,; Kev .1 D. MuhIi, Albu
erque, grand leoturer; Kev. H. 11.
mil), rt.iiitH l'i, urntul oliHpUin; J. J.
Mly, Hilvr City, armid senior iltvicon;
ihh. II, Hporlivlxr, Ijiik Vit(iui, rtmil
ti tor ilt'iutm; WilMuni (J. HMzltxIinn,
l)iHiiiriHt', r,iiitl iiniruliHl; Kurquhnr
iiiiImI, KinuNton, urmnl mrortl txtnrrr;
L. ThoiiiNiiii, v'Iihiiiii, urmiil tnior
iwiird, .1. F L.iiuiiri'ttti, WHtroiu,
ar.tl juiiiur Atwunl, A. II. Hurlim, Mil-
Cii), KT.inil inirHiiiviiiil; H. F.
Iiiim, Uluo til.., urititi1 tiler.
I'o nulit it Kfmi'l lmii'utl will I m lin.tl
liuuor of tut viiOUiik' Mimoiih nl thti
ii Follti. Tlit" followiMK itru the
M. VV. (Iruml ImI of .Vi'W Mhxiuo,"
I U. M , W. U. Cliudttru, of Alliu
tyvt (irrtini unit:rH," in v. o. M., c.
IllllttUiVf II, of llrl Vl-Ullll.
or HiltT.liiriiHliciiiiii - ArizoriM," by
. Al., W.H. tl.irruun.of Shiiih F.
ViHitum lirullirfii," b (J. M., F. II.
ill, of AlliitiU(tri(iii.
I'liti l.'riifi," b lioii. Win. C Hazlo
t, of Alliuiiitruiiit.
lViinit ltlK'f," by fJ. H. iJiinn, of
Il.,k.l Winn. Kili,
III..' ( riKiiui,
hilirl in .
Moitniv rii: ocuanion.
lit' liriintl hmlut. of Mhhou, how in
hou in Huh oil), liHa iweti iuviUh! to
i f I in run of tlio liirfllioiilfii IXililltH-'twl
i IhjiuC tlm iHinifr-B onnof the nttw
Jlu .lIiohi buildiiiK, Iu Vftfas, nnd
11, SfMirltulHr. irruitit tiininr ilMiuifiii.
LtH Willi lltM fi)llnwtliif itaimittkltilfm.
fliflim iMiuknt, wliioli bo will rtMMi)l
nt iirmiti Iomh-h;
! Wrliliful (lrw,.I U-I.ro A. Y, A A. XI. of
-t'ju niir, hurt Mrxlrtu
i iiituiii. nf tliti Uiurdof lrusttta
l lm Viu, NVu Mvxiou, tiuld
' -m, ioji, tin' niHiuir oi iBjrwit
il &tiiii,tif itnr iihu itiililinMiiliiwil
Juitf wiut utiiiHiilttrtil Tblit buintr Ilia
liuuuu hviiihii uuiitiuitf Ui Uf erolKj
rW Mexico. L WHa UmIJihI Iir Mm
til lir.HMtrlv ItlMIMrrA Ilia iybiuai.ui
IvitliiK your worthy nod honorHlila
in ii iirt-euiii nuu mk cuarg oi
piru.unj -tii iiijiiiu ma oorimr-cioae,
nut (jruuituiy IH in nlxiUI iwo
fclffore. in Bcoonlun.w wllli tha ru.
n of lliu Umrd of trutUwn, we for
th Is lllVltHUou with lit ii nttrriMt
Of OUT UlUII ItMlliU Hint fnll Ml.
bnooof tli(lriiiitl IxkI will 'jo bad.
.1 RllWAlin IIVMII Vlaw.
at: Ukm. E. JuiiMton, llooordor.
IIIWTItlH AND IWI.U
i local lodfjo Mnt out invila'.iona to
Maaoni or Hi territory, which
ihar: Younwlf and ladie ar fra-
iy iutiwu to Htland r reception
tsnoa gUeu by Tample lodjre, Na 0,
'aula otra limit. Allitinnnrnn.
Iy venlnt, January 27, IK)?, in
ui hip Mini woraninrui urauu
1 U L 1 ft! m a. m. m
i n. a a. m., oi now uexiou,
uldinir Its thirtMnlli innnil u.m.
atlon in tllia nit V M.xtna nnl
belr ladle will bfl admitted.
roLtiou oomniitUa is oombOMKl
rollowliiu H'ntlemeu: V. II.
r. A, M. W I loomh. J. II. Knhn.
8. Btxjrax, Frad H. Kt, Edward
MiHllcr, W. C. lUrUllnp, A. J Uloy,
loui lwonr, .1. II, Wrolli, Hum Nu
utiiili, W. V Foim mid A. 0. llrttfK.
0. H. llHlr.y, Frnuk McKw, A. K.
Wiilknr, J. Ij AudrowH, f,lotl II. Utm
mid (JIimh. K. Crmnor wiiiitlluU the lloor
It will lx n (trnnil Miiwonit) riKvption
OIlllKIl OK DAStm
IIKAKII M AMI II,
I Idtlirinr. li IJ Tufkrf.
I WIU. II I'olkK.
1 l'UliiUuiulitll, II s.rlitfn lAlirlrr.
I H ImUlwlif Mllltari. II WlitiUlM'lin.
. li ti.-tx.lli
n Virnl U ltl.
1 l',ilk 1111(1".
n ln Hti.lrlll.
IH VVnllt l4iiinr.
In ( rut. luii'ir..
i N IiiiMImIi.
V HWmlllx!i, Mlllliu;
in I'l ilH yuiMJIIIH.
Ih lurt from
II. A. Sutlinrluud Ih lixn from Him
.M. II. riiiiov iinil 1. II. Littl), oi thti
HiUtT Ull) IoiIkh, Htv lirn.
Now for ii uruutl Minwiiiiu ttm !)', out
.Mirth) of Hih oily mid tlit unlur ot liiv,
Tim .Mitfinic brnlhrtiii inn invltfd to
iiiuKh lux L'iriKktt utile? lit'iitlquurlcrM
whilu in lliu fit).
IUv, Uui'h, MHud lovturtir, who Ii a
Iwfii out 111 California on uuoineim, jjul
ttOiUU but MVtlUIUU IU tllllO lU HllfUll lll
Jouu W. l'w, uiKiitfr, mi. I Niithau
Julfa, Mtf I iiiuiitvr, of ItiiMWnll liKiKf, No.
lb, CltlllU in ImkI lilghl un llf It-wutMi. I lie)
r'Kjri thuir loUo in u Hue, llourntiau
Kiuhurd EiijiIihIi aiid J- 1. Mu.Muirny,
of the Hun Alurunil lotlu, ucd Cimn. A.
F.u, uf the Hutoii IihIuu. mih ut tint fSitu
I'eiljw. 1'litty are uieuiuoni uud ileleuli
to tlie (Jruiiii Lod.
Teiuple lixltfe, No. ti, wan urKHUUeil in
(ioileiiitur, ltKfU, and uow (iuh h iiiuiiiUtr
nlnp of einlit). It in one ot tint lr,ml
mill moat priMperotM Mhmhiiu orKitnuu
HutiH in New .Mexico.
Oil mllieiliiy evelillitf Ht Miuwjiiiu
hull ii iuiiiiIht ot the weary pilriitm o(
tile tleeert flulil UeiulliK and AlbtliUer
tiie ill trut'i w tint hut drifting miuiIm
of the myelin Hliriim.
int. t ii'1.k.n uudtirniatiUa thni a iiutu- i
Ixt of Hie iiit'iuln-.-. ot Ueoiuiu t'ounuil
of K'ihI iilal Selell MiuitelM will lm on I
IiiiiuI lo ooufor Hie order on nuoli Albu
tiiettUeuUM uh deniro.
l'lie Mttaouiu fruteruity ih tluurmlitiiK
in lite territory, and ll ih Ilkeiy tbat Ml
thlH meellUK the tiraud 1a.hJ will make
urrittiK4iueiil lo erect a uiittfiiitlcuiit
.Miutoiiio leiuple lu tliuolt).
Ihe local Imljje will entertain the via
ituitf Muaona in tilrtfunl atyle. Uruud
uamiiicl lo'tiitfhl at the Hau Fehe, itiul
a royul reception and ball al uraul t
oMirt huune lo-iuorrotf instil,
Col. Albert J. Ftiuiitinti, prominent
lawyer uud iiitlueul.al oluluian, came
up laal uitflit from laa home al Uaa Cm-
oea. lie ih deputy tfrand ma(or ot tlie
Kiid IimIub and atuudn lnli in .Miiaouiu
lUudolph Kelly, V. 1. Cunningham
and ICev. Cruuihlleld lire dele(uteH from
the Ixtrrilloe IoiIk, No. IU, wuicii waa
orumiiMHl ui May, ltfcJU. Joyce Hoard
iii.il wife and Miaa IK'Mtie bUKiu aouom
puny the delegate to the Oily.
Blienlf KobiiiMiu, munlrr, and one of
the charter uieuibera of the Hocorro
lodite, No. l, wliiol. waa orUHUi.ed in the
tall ot M'i, ih here attending the lira ml
lodtfe, He reHirl the Socorro lihlue ui
u line cuudilion with ihirty-tteveu mem
1. H. Ilnrrouti, son ot Or. W. 6. liar
rouii, and Mil reus fcililodt, an etiterpria
lii luerchunt, both ut the du .tit Fe
lodtfe, are here altendinK the ineeliim of
the urund lodito. Tina ih Mr. KitlodtV
tlral viail lo the inetropulia ot New Mex
ico. The following gentlemen were a recep
tion corumillee from 'Temple lodite, No.
(I, lo meet the vulture nt the depot: Ftl
wurd Medler. Ut, J. l. Kualer, V. V.
1'ope, V. P. Fox, 0. II. tlHwiey, J. L.
Andrew, Llo)d U. Hope, fcid U. liliaa
and F, C. Naah.
It. R Twiiohell, diatriot ntlorney of
the Firat district, and oue of the rising
youut; lawyer of New Mexico, u al the
San Felipe, lit' in hern to ittteud the
Mfutouiu gruutl lodge BtKiun, being jun
ior warden ami a representative at Mom
te.timu ItKige, No. 1, Buula Fe.
A few day itgo in Chicago one hun
dred Kuighia Templar gave rt portiuu ot
their cuticle lo be engrafted ou a brulh
er Hir Knight, who wan Buffering from
the removal of a canoer. The atrita tit
akin wore auooeaafully eugratted, aud
there is hope lor the recovery of the pa
tient. Col. J. 1. MuQrorly, ex-United btatea
tnterual revenue collector Icr New Mexi
oo aud Arixonai C II. Dane, John Oor
belt, J. . Field, Newt, Utiliuh, John J.
Anien, Ed Pennington ami J. Kiuneard
ant the delegate and viailiug Maeona
from the Doming lodge to the Grand
Lodge. They are quartered at the
A. AStev(ii and 0. A. Fox, able rep
reeenlaliyee of Qate Oily lodge, No. 11,
lUton, arrived laa', evening, and are be
ing ahuwn the eight of th metropolis
by Uhaa. F. Hunt. Gate City lodge wan
organized in February, 1883, and nuru
ber ahcit. aixty member. Dr. J. J.
Hbuler i the VV. M., and a D. titeveua
Artec lodge Na 3, of La Cruoea, waa
orgnnited In 18(17, and contain many
hiiloric uame on it roll uf oiemberahlp.
Thu lodge i reprem nted in the Ureud
IKlge by Col. Albert J. Fountain, the
prenent dpaty grand tsaater; Col. V.
L. Ilyuerao.i, paat grantl master; Martin
Ijohman, worthy master; 11, MiohceeU n,
senior warden, aud L. Lupointe, junior
The nrwldlng offloer ot the variou
MaA-onio bodie ot the city are a followa:
Dr. Jame II. Wroth, VV. M. of Temple
lodge, No. 0. A. F. & A. ii.i Arthur J.
Maloy, 11. P. of lliu Grand Chupter, No.
4, K. A. M.; Kdw;l Mt!or. K. V. ot
lilgrlm Gotnmaudery, No. U, K. T.; Ed
ward Medler, 111. Potentate of Uallut
Abyad Temple, Noble ot the llystio
HhriQ. All th orders are flourishing,
Col. Max Frost, whose t resonant and
vigorous style mak the BaaU Fa New
Mexican a power In the territory, U In
the oily attending Mae meet log of th
Masooio grand lodge. Uol. Frost has a
very Hn Uaeonid record) ha w3 tbe
firat master Mason mad by tbe grand
lodge ot New Max loo at it organ laalion
In Beptomber 187T, and alr.o tbeu ha
been master of UI lodge, high priest of
the chapter and eeai&at commander of
the oomtuam.ery in tiaota Fa and grand
senior warden, deputy grand master and
grand taaatar ot tha grssd lodga; h baa
nlao Imvii the unider of the Hi.'oltlli Kite
lodge In Hituta Ke mid ih m thirty wcolnl
degree Maw in, lie hit beeii au olllcer
In Home Miiaomo body from the dale of
lit receiving the mauler' ilt'iUre, mill ih
CollHldered one of the brlglllenl ami lieet
Mtetl Mbhoiih In Ihe territory, lie Ih a
cIihmi Alaaoiilu lutlelil and IiIh opimoliH
on Maaoiuu law and juriHprutleiice are
taken for authority- For the phhI lite
yearn he han Imii uhaiiinnii of the cum
tilillee in) forelgll corriwHtuileut'e of the
grand lixlge and lit renins an Mllcli ere
highly commended b lhiie t:nluHt'Ul
U judge, lie will reltlHlli here dliril-g
Ihe .eli!i of the glHllll llMtge mill Will
be a very welcome gt-r'. tu Alliiniieiiiie,
Where he I very well Itli'i fittuihlil)
Moiite.illiiN liHlge N i. 1. Salltit Fe, In
theolileet I ltf til New Me.Ucii ll wiih
orgmiiel in 11 under a clmil-r f.inu
the grand liHlge if Miotiri Many din
tinuillfliiil t'ltleliH of .New Meklin liiite
lm li uirmlierH of II, muting them Ciiilne
IUjiii, tliHi goverinir of New Mexico; K t
C-tlHon, I ten Carletou, IJol SV. W (irif
tin mill other, Ne rly nil the goveri'
or mill Jiltlgee U'lmitied to tile Intlge,
From 1HIU to 1KM llardin Military lodge,
COLhUIuUmI I i) olllcern of the lMllHM" hlnl
MlNMIIiri Volunteer regllllelilH, HtlltlOlieil
iii Santa Fe, waa in eiintenct there
From it aprmig Aloiitetimu liHlge. For
many )era Monteituiuii wiih thu onl)
Imlge tor liiinilretltt of mill north, en.t,
Ktitlth anil weMl. lxiug mil) the old
lodge lite nnd proer. Khe Iiuh done
much gtxMt In the pitHl and Jill auruly
Uol. NV. L. Hytiereon, one of the tiitml
prtiimiient t'ilir.eiiH hiiiI law tern of New
Mexico, Ih in the Dilltecity lu atleiidlilii'e
on the eeHKiou of the Miieotilu grand
lodge. Col t lief win lielMtl to organ
Ir.e the grand Iflge, wu the tlral deputy
grand manter nnd Hecoutl grand tnawler
In MHwiury hh in etery other thlug he
Iiiih uutlertHketi, Col litnereon I man
of note nnil great intlueiu. He hits
U-eu a Mhhoii for thirty ix year, and
IwlongH nlno to the chapter, to Hi rum
liimnler) mid him received the thirty
Hocotnl degree III the StolllHh Hue. .
TO IIIMIK NKKHIIIIM,
F r the liiforumtiiin of Ihoee who srel
eeeKllig lioiueM III the eouiliweri, we cun
not do Jitter than tUote from oi article
liy Mr. Cromwell, of tin fit), which up
lieareil in the Overlain! Monlhl) Heveral
)eare iigo, and which ih jiikI ih good mid
jtiHt hh true now hh lit the time it wiut
"The Kio liMiiili' valley throughout tin
entire length la n vnlley whoee clliuiile Ih
leculiarly atlrnctive to MtraugerH. T'le
river han lieen poken of tut the 'Kliliie
of America' anil a the 'Nile of the New
World,' mid the latter eeenirt it very feiml
ble phraite, for the oM ciMlumea of the
luihuim and Mexicmiii, lintl the oriental
imped of their towns, iv-e an Egyptimi
look to the region. It might lie called
the lyiwer Nile over again, if it were not
for the tali and tlark-hued mourituiim
that wall it it' nml lend it the constuul
charm lo the ceiiery, hiicIi a Lower
Egypt lack. From the Indian viliuge
of lldefonmi, rimilu Fe county, south
paat many lnilian and Mexican vil
lngea o Albiiqui'riili, Lhm C'ruceH, Lit
.Meellln lo El IW, mill be) nnd, the
brood valley extend Hi level rea.'hee of
rich iHittom lund, Ix.nle'itl b) uitteiut
all capable of cultivation. On Ihe nt-ond
plutnti fruit, vegulahltta nui' cereaU re
quire irrigation, but ou the bottom ImnU
the beat uf crop can be grown with
thorough cultivation ami without con
slant eoiiklug with water. The amount
of public hind open to nltlement in New
Mexico i about ri'i,(M),URl of acres, of
whioh at leaat 'JV'U.UUI are atlapleil to
agriculture. There are hUiuI U,(I()0,(KK)
arree lu the ilio Grande, Petite, Canadian
and other valleye, which are at present
practically untlevelo;ied, ho few are the
farmer engaged in their tillage. The
Hio Grande vanes from 'hree to seven
mile in width, ami it comprtae ever)
variety of climate thai can property lm
abutted a belonging to the teiiiMirle
rone, ttntl produce every variety of
fruit, grain aud vegetublt that lelung
to that zone."
Mr. E. H Hoffman, General Wealern
Postenger Agent of the Gould Itoada,
who mako his headqnarUr in Denver,
was in town a little while yesterday ou
busiue. 11 ay that everybody in
Denver aptMra l know all about Albu
querque, and are ell anxious tor a direct
mad lo Ibis plsoe. Ths real eetato men.
he says, are all tlguring to get hold of
property here, becauee they believe that
a boom at Albuquerque, equal to the one
at Los Angele a few year ago, I oce of
the couiing event, and not vary far in
the future, III business take him all
over tbe northwest, and be say hear nf
aud read about this town wherever he
goes. Tbe railroad people also believe
that this Is very so-jn to become a great
center for business, and bis mieabn here
waa to make arrangements for enabling
the line he represents to compete for the
trade of this plane.
tTOttl.ll'N FA IK.
Several of the sou t hern Mtatea have
"hung up" their appropriation for the
World' Fair lo await the uotiou of con
gress ou the force bill. This is one of
th best illustration that could be given
of tbe old saying about biting off your
nose lo spite your face. It doe not
make a psrtlolo of uitTernnoe to the
world at large whether Alabama la
represented or not at tb Columbian ex
position, but It doe make a world of dif
fersDce to Alabama. She has an oppor
tunity to ao display ber advantages and
and resources a to attract fl large
amount of capital and immigration, but
it aho fssls disposed to pnnt on acoount of
aomo particular aot of oongrexe, aha will
not be missed at all by the wor'd, but
sb will miss in a vary serious manner
the advantages which shs might gain by
a proper exhibit ot ber Indulrlaa.
Alliui)tternr Helrrlrtl for the JtnnoHlr
Trtwple ti lfUVm llaiiquel. I
(Irniulli Dallf, Jaii.'I.J
The Grand Lxlge reconvened al I'em
pie Itrfigt) hall yetrtlay afternoon ut 'J
o'clock, when MimI Worthy Grand Mim
ter Html delivered hi annual adilreee
It wan it iiiHNler Mutnulu tlooume,
The vuriotlH committees wetu then Hp
Iniiulvtl ami later in the uftoruoou tiiinle
.lust iH'fore atljouruiueiil, a nnolutioii
wa prtweiitetl and Uiisniluotiiily adopted
to eeUbllah the miMttlnga of Ihe Grand
1odge Hrum. ently in tin city uud lo
provide for the erection of a HUllnble
building for the plHpow.
Thin eunureq u Mamiuic Temple ill thin
tilt), which will Ih ail honor to the me
tronjii mid a innliiig ciedit to the Mn
houiu fruteriiil) of New Meiico. The
building to lie erected w ill coal ut leiutt
ThlH moriiiug the Grnnd lAttlge met
purHtiHiil to Hdjouruiueiil til 11 o'clock
and Ihe following grand olllcer were
M, W. G. M (1. 11. Dam', of Deming.
M. W. D. G. M., Itiuhnrd WngliHh, of
G. S. W., Joeeph 11. Kuhne, uf Albu
querque. G. J. Chnrlee 11. SHirlttler, of Lit
Grand Treiuiurei, C. A. !-" . x , t f Kalou.
Grituil Secrelnry, A. A. Keen, of Albu
The oilier grand olllcer will be ap
pointed to-morrow morning by the new
grind tDMHUT lifter he ih iiiHlulletl, All
the grand olllcern wjll lie iiihtnlletl to
This afternoon the exempliticatum of
the work by Grand Lecturer llev. llueh
will Ut made, after which the Grand
Lodge will tnljouru to give the Vlnltorri
ail opMjrllllllt) to be driven over the
metrt)MiliH. Carriage will Ui iu waiting
for them ut Temple lodge hull.
TIiih evening a reception and hall will
Ih4 teutlered the vljillng Mamintt ut
Gran'.V ojmra house.
Lnnt evening the int'iubem of the
Grand Lodge were iuvitetl by Temple
lodge No. 0, to au elegant banquet al the
Sun Feliie hotel. CovelH were laid fur
HO, and about li'i were occupied. The
banquet was nerved up iu IUhI olaen
etyle, and was preoiiletl over by Wor
MhipulMitHlerJ.il. Wroth. He v. T.J.
(My n luvoked the bltHiug of the Al
might) upon the bouiileoiiH gifltt with
which the table were ludon, ami nltto
upon the M.ihouIu order.
Afler the moat ulntautial part of the
repiiH. wa over, the Hparkliug juice of
the vine wiih pHsned round aud loaat
The tlntt toast wo rtoniled to by W,
11. Childer, who extended n hearty we I
(untie to tile guest preeeiil.
Col. Fuuntatii rnede u uoetical" but
not al all "iluwery" uthlreen in ret.Kiiie
to the toast "Our Stater Jurisdiction
Judge Uazledine telegraphed hi re
gret that he could not be preeetil and
reMind to the looat "The Craft." Judge
J. S. Fields, ot Doming, tllletl the va
After the tlxi-d toaitt weretliitHMHl of,
I hen came the free and easy lunula aud
u large u umber ot volunteer came to
the front. Judge Wlutemun made a very
creditable puuhthal it, the tirnt one.
Sir Knight Kitloe, who line been ruuni
ing aoout on the menu tor the lust few
week searching for u suitable spot for
the or dV fair, gave it graphic account
of the sitcritlco which 111 Miuton tuatle
in Clucitgo it week ago by giving up mi
inch each of their nkin in order to Hitve
the life of a brother.
Urollier Twitchell, from Monte.um.i
lodge, suiil more thuu ouce that he came
from Santa Ke, which, he said, waa in the
United State of America - IB mil
from La my. He did not say that the
only difference between Latuy andSau
ta Fe I thia; "Latny is Lumy, Santa Fe
is 'I Lay me down to sleep," but some
wit in the audirnon did. ikilher Twit
chell was most ably supported by Broth
er Eldodt, who also halls from tbe above
Among others who spoke wero Sam. A.
Steele, of Chicago; Itev. Wright and
Glyn, Messrs. Dowtnau, Cowan, Rporls
der, mid among the eloquent speeches
not delivered waa that of W. W. Pope.
The gathering terminated with "Auld
Lang Syr.e," and every oue pronounced
tbe bauqnet the most pleasant aud uo
ceasful ever nxpsrienced.
There wa only one Lady at tbe ban'
quel, the reason being tbst tbe hotel
could not accommodate them. The ex
ceptlon waa T. I). Lady, of Sliver City,
who gracefully bore tbe dignity ot the
For ao large a crowd the banquet waa
wall prepared by Hir Knight Meylert
THIS WOMI.rXM fAltt.
There Is a general feeling of disgust
among the enterprising people of New
Mexico ovor th way in which tbe terri
torlal legislature, la frittering- away it
time with business of do ooneequnnoa
while matters of most vital importance
to the territory are receiving little or no
attention. The two house have spent
al bast a week wrangling over the per
disci to be paid their pages, door keep
ers, and other subordinate officer, while
tha matter of making provision to have
ths territory properly represented at the
World's Columbian Exposition is not
able to aeeurs ths attention of either
nous. Jut it la hoped that wheats
honorable gent. emeu hear from their
ootiHlitlienta I hey will give a little more
attention to thot-e mutter which inter
est the public. All Ihe intelligent mx
pie of New MexUM lelloe that to make
provision for a proper dinpla) uf their Lodge of Vrasone Hits morning, the new
prtHluclMttt Chicago, such as would giveBfaiid miuter, C. 11. Dane, of Doming,
the world a correct ttlea of our great . Wa iuslulled by the outgoing grand
natural rewiunv and ailtaiitagee, would nnuiler. F. II. Kent, of thu ciu.
Ini of far more imparlance than any
other lueiiHiirt'H ihitt tire likely to come
In-fore the prinent legiHlature, and Ihe
pe4i(ilu will Hot coluplnlli beciltlfie of any
npprnprliitlon, ho mutter lio liberal,
thai may le mitile for that iiurHwe. The
suggeHtluu wiih tn in In Miuitt limit ago that
the leglHlatUle tin HI 111 be aeketl for UU
appropriation "I llfleen I uiiilrt-tl dolliirH,
but there in a general feeling lu iillqtliir
ti-rH that niich n nin, nl t.11111 iwt that would
not U ntltllcielit to even tilart Ihe work,
ami in view of Hut iiU'iiii appropriation
thill are teiiig uiiiou by other legln
luturen III all palln of the country, It I
iM-lieVed that It Will lake ut leant ton
thuunand tlmliirn to enable uh to make
such a dinplay an we oiighl to hate.
With that amount the ternlory could
lie credltliol) repleeelltetl, Htnl Hilt good
that would lllitloiibtedly be accomplished
by Hhowiug the Msiple from all pnrU f
Ihe world, Ihe adtautiigen Mmi,wHtl by
New Mexico for ihe protlluhlo itivt-et
meiit of capital mid energy would lx
IlielUtlired by UlllllollH. Hut Hticll u ilia
phi) as we couitl make fur llfteeu huu
tl etl tlollurs would tie ao inferior ui com
pariMin with thiMwt from oilier ilmtnute
of the country that it ttnuld Ih more lo
our credit to hate none ui ull.
There in no tiectiou of the United
.Staled that lieetln mi mlterUm-meiit nuch
lut it good dinpla) at the tprlu'e Fair
would give, mom limn New Mexico, be
cutltw there ih no other Hint Ih so little
known abroad, and there , no Meuliun
thai would tltilie, greater beiielllM from
nuch a thnplay, becn.oM there ih no other
that offer at, great and tuned Induce
menu for the inve-itmcul of capital on
Huh. The tipirluiill) ih one such an
never before ott'urretl in the hlalory of
the lerritor), (ah 1 nuch hh will not occur
again tluniig the lifetime of the preeenl
getiernti ti. A ctmiprelii'i.Hive ilmplay at
Chicago, nuch an would gite Hie world a
correct idea of the woutleiful, hut a yet ,
I.UIe known, natural udvantugee itnd re
source or Hiipi
.-'IIII.X, V.111,1,4 III (U)(
New .Mexico at once to the front, ami ao
cotupllsh more tor tin eettletueul aud de
velopment than all the ordinary immi
gration work that could Ut done lu
tweuty year, itut nuch nn exhibil can
lint U' made iinlertn the lelnlatlire make
iiriii-iMimi r.tr ,..h'iii 11... UVIU.HU.U nf ll.u
work- and an,.., pr.ivmion, ,f made ut all,
munt ht, made at the preNu,l h.h,o, ...
"' oeioie toe nun iiieeiiug ot I lie
legislature it will Ut ton Ute. It in
hoped by the frienda of piigrit through
out the territory thai the preeeure of
public netitimelil will be nulllcinnt to
force the legislatute up to a correct com
prehension of the nlltiatioii, uud u real
ly.utioli ot the iiihhIh hiiiI ileinandn of the
hour. New Mexico ha now the grand
eel opportuuit) ever presented to uuy
tliHtricl iu the world, aud it will be
worse than suicide for Iter lo full tJ Im
Hlrh In 4old.
Charles Price, mi employe of the A. it
P. railway company, who lis owned
tuning claim near the head of liiirro
creek for Heveral year pant, unit ujii
mliuli he han ilonii miUHlderublv work
from time to Umu a he could afford it,
won lutt week lewarded (or In perever
Ht'ce by h strike uf gold ore that from
the sample we hate neuii nurpusee any
tiling Ver diecovered in Mohnve county
in Hie way uf gold ore. Itutmell .V Zei
mer have a Hiecimeii from the new
nlrike Hint i indeed u "Hung uf ienuty."
The quarts I aUiut four luuhe lu
width and will weigh ptobiibly a ouud,
ami good judge estimate that it con
tains ul leant thrtxt ouihvh of gold, O.UUO
ounce lo the ton jr Kl'Ji.dUOl Thi 1
the kind of ruck to hate and we hope
Mr. Price will gel plenty ot U.Mohave
The Woman' Christian Temperance.
Union uf New Mexico have tiled articles
of incorporatiuu with the seuietary ot
the territory ut Santa Fe- Among Hie
charter member the name ot Mr.
Elizabeth Adam end Mrs, L. E. Par
shall, of liernalillo county, are found.
The object of Ihe Union I to promote
temperance, dlncourge intemperance,
train the young mid save th inebriate,
and to educate public twutlmenl to the
practice of the Christiau virtues uud
The Jaffa Prnger company have tiled
article of incorporation at Santa Fe.
Object I to oarry ou a general mercan
tile business, tnanufanturing business,
buy and sell real ami personal property,
borrow and lend monoy, cultivate aud Ir
rigate lands, ley off town site, etc. J.
II. Jaffa is pitNtlduut, W, S. Prnger vice
president, Nathan Jaffa secretary and
treasurer. Hot, well i (lie prlnpjpal
place uf busine.
Hurveyo Guneral Hoburl I in receipt
of a la-.ler 'roru th secret art of the in
terior, --aylng lit had rvcommendsd the
appropriation by congress of 'J1,OUO for
the survey of private land claims in New
Mexico, and he is much inclined to think
that the couiruitlee on appropriation
will allow the full amouut a reoom
mended. Tbe United State geological aurvey
is at prwMtnt in the vicinity nt Laa
Cruoea accumulating data of veriuua
description from which to make new
government mp aud gather much oth
er useful &nd valuable Infovmatlou.
THU I, AWT lAV.
llB" r Ike Urand (.odge -
Ulitrr Uraad IIRIrrr.
Him Umi Itsll), Jau. .)
M tl.. ..MUMtM. ..t it... ii. I
I I.UHII'll UH UI IIV
The following grand officer were ap
pointed by the new grand master, in ad
dition to tlmeo elected yesterday;
G. 8. I)., M. 11. Twuouey, ot Silver
G. J. D., Juhu 1. McMutray.ofai.il
(I. U, itev. J. D. Uush, uf Albuquer-
' G. C, lUiv. J. M. Crutchtleld, of Cer
nlliNt, G. M., C. A. IUiIiiuhuu, ut Souorru.
G. S. ri., J. W. Poe. of itoewell.
G. J. H , Murcu Eldodt, of Santn Fe.
(i S 11., Charles llowmer, of Tiptou
Mile. G. P., E. A. Sutherland, of Chains.
It. 1'., Ken Juhunou, ot Albuquerque.
All Ihe gruud olllcer were then 111
Mailed by Grand MtutUr Dane,
Several reeululiuu, which had pre
Yiotisly beeu read, Were panned.
Jual before reoeao this uiurutng, the
L'eiuing ttouiicil ot royal and select mas
ter won convened by special dipena
Hon aud the following royal arch Ma
son received the degrees ot ruyul anil
select manter: Edward Medler, Ed. U.
Uinta, W. II. Chllder, Dr. J. II. Wroth,
A.J. Maljy. Fraud McKee, C. 11. Haw
ley aud A. C liriggs, ut Albuquerque;
J. W. Pylu and W. Palmer, Jr., ot Kin
con, and Johtt P. Mc.durray, of Situ
Murciul The olllcer of the council are
C. II. Dane, J . S. Fields, J. P. McGrorty,
John Corbetl, M. W. Twuouey, Ed. Pen
uingtoii, J. J. (juiuu, Newt, liohch aud
This ufteriioou th grand lecturer,
llev. J. 1). Utiah, will exemplify the
work in the third degree, after which
the Gruud Lodge will close.
Uul night the reception and ball, ten
dered to the visitlug Masons and their
famllio, UKik plsoe At Grant's opera
house and was a magnificent affair.
The large hall was pretty well crowded
ami dancing was kept constantly going
until several hour past midnight. The
I " UT . . , V. . , T" ?" . "r"
in-uiu iiiirouuoeu auu allien le.iitMi- u
jwrson' head to iieup in fashiou, were
entirely elimiuaUd from the program
hence every (Htrson ou tbe lloor knew
how to dance The tnunio wa excellent.
1 Pruts. Di Mauro, H lever and Fluke
being at their best.
A majority of the visiting Mason will
'T" ,"rl U.,w' homBd lhl' -ven.ng. They
Uy tZ ZoZ'cZ
eliH generally, for which they will al
way cherish kind words for Albuquer'
Ill connection with the public school
bill Hial is now pttnding before the tegts
lalure, there la a proposition to emrutcu
lattt the district tax provision, in suoh a
munuer as to make it apply only to the
properly of lhoe who reside it the dis
trict. This is radically wrong, and it
would be mure to the credit of tbe legie
luturo to Uks no action at all, than to
p.ut it bill framed lu this manner,
What is now oommonly knowu a the
"American principle," aud which he at
the base of our public school system, de-
clnro that the property of the country
hall educate the childmn of tbe coun
try, and whether tbe owner of the prop
erty resides in the district or in Ihe ut
termout pert of the earth, ha no bear
ing at all upon the qceatlon. It is a mat
ter uf uo cousequeno to the country
whether oerttiu property in Cerrillo be
long to Mr. Catron or Mr. Smith; it
should bear it proportionate (bare ot
the expeuse ot educating the children of
that district, and if the legulalure de
part from thia prlnoiple, and change
th bill in suoh mannar as we have iudi
caied, it simply vote for tb defeat of
the entire proposition. The point lo be
kept iu mind la the fact that ths stale
ha nothing lo do with ths owner of thu
property, but that ita dealing are with
tlie property ilnelf, and no ruatUr wheth
er owned by reaident or nou-reidnl,
every dollar' worth ot property in the
district should be compelled to bear it
proportionate share of the expense ot
maiuUiuing tbe public schools ot that
A WOOLKM Mll.lt,
We had an editorial in these columns
a few day ago, referring to the fact
that a proposition la now under con
aideratlon by the Commercial club, from
certain parties in tbe east, tor ths estab
lishment of an extensive woolen factory
at this place. Referring ta thi fact, the
Laa Vega Optic takes occasion to say
with IU usual friendly spirit toward all
Albunusrau enUruries. that if bbv
body lu th east establish that sort of
a factory at Albjquerqo bs will havs to
get moat of hla wool from Las Vegas.
Whil not admitting this fact, ws would
imply inquire of our neighbor, what dif
fsrsuoe does it maks whether the factory
gats its wool from Las Vegas or Los
Luna, oo long 'as it gst it and run
auooeeatullv. I not ths result to the
territory just the samel Dcaeat it keep
our money at home, furnish employment
to our uwn people, and constantly add to
the wealth ot our territory! 11 ut, for
tunately, it would net be necessary tor
sueh a factory to aead abroad for Its raw
material, not even to call upon oar
neighboring towns, for ths atatiatio of
laat year's business show that ths wool
dealer of Albaqusrqos bought at thia
point and shipped to Uv maxksts ot th
eitel, ii llttln over inno mid it halt tuilllon
(Kiunila of wool, To itiauufac'.uru this
Into colli would of Duett icUo a very
comfortable busiiiene fir a moderate
nlittl woolMi mill. Hut it we needed
mure why huuld wo call upon La
Vegas? The leading wt.ol man ot that
place, unit oue uf the leudlug cilUeu of
the town, stated hud spring, In an article
w riltoii for the bureau ut immigration,
tlmt he did nut think the entire wool
clip of the torrilur) wuultl exceed eight
million pouudn, aud yet during tho ame
kenmju the wool uieu of Albuqusrque
Uuighl and hund.ed over nine and a bait
million ouiidH, This would euem to in
dicate that Loh Vegus mu'l much ot a
wool market, aud tint natural conclusion
would be that it there is nut wool enough
coming tutu Albuquerque lo keep the
null going, it would Ut ueouwiary lo look
lo euit.e other pjllil than La Vega tor
enough to nupply the Uutiuiuucy.
Hut the whole truth ut the mutter ,
that whereas, the bulk ut the wool bus
ine ot Ihe territory was transacted at
lu Vegan u lew ye'trs ago, thai busmen
is uow doiiu at AibUuuuMue, uud the
wool trade ut this plajo, which a few
year ago was nut enough to be takuu
into consideration, uow covers more than
halt the crop ot ihe lutiru territory,
lhl i why Albuquerque uow presouU)
the beet locution tlmt can be fouud any
where in New Mexino fur the establish
ment of uxutuivu woohtii mills. A large
quantity uf wool is ttuituully produid in
Ihe territory, uud the bulk uf this is uow
bought uud limidlml ut Albuquerque,
uol iHtouuuti Una tuwu ih nearer thuu uuy
other to the producing th.tricu, bul, bo-
cuuttt, the wool tuttu, us well ua other
people, have come to rccugiitzo th fact
thul Albuquerque IS the buaiuee uuutur
of New .Mexico, uud thul therefore u
btimuewi of Htm kind can bo uouduuled
lo belter iwlfautago ut this point luuu
any whore elee.
ouh Ki,i:enu. ,xw.
There I one mutter referred to iu the
regular tuceeagc ot Governor Priuoo,
which ought lo receive the prompt uud
cureful atleulloli of the legtaluturu, uud
that la thu parugritph referring lo our
present election law . As thu governor
(mjiuU out, this i radically wrung lo th
extent thul it make it lllcgul lo print
any ticket nut uumiuutod iu u regular
couvuutiuu. Thia provision, a the gov
ernor rvmurka, striliu directly al th
freedom of eleclioun, mid cuuuut pro
Juoo uny oihar effect than to bring
about the election ut bud men becsus
they hud kucured a party nomiuutiou,
thu uiukitig thu -copltitho slave ot the
csucuh. "Thu indeK)iidont voter," says
the governor, "m the regulator in eloo
tlono. His exiMteuce force parties to
make good nominations and avoid bud
ones, if thoy would succeed. To pre
vent hi freedom ot uclluit : lo leave the
manipulator of contentious supromu.
Every citixeu Iiuh the inhureut right tu
vuto for the poreou whom he prefer, and
lo endeavor by prupcr mean lo tuduoo
other to do the same. Thu puper bil
lot i but the lustruuieut uml to ux
irtw his upiuljii. Any restriction on
the right to priut ballot containing
such name u anyone prefers, is au at
tack ou Una right ot the uitizan. Tha
law may projwrly require uniformity ot
site and of outward appearance tn order
to prevent Ideulltlciiliou oi a ballot aud
preserve II aeorttuy; and may prevent
deception by providing for the uce ot a
party ballot, but lo go further than that,
is not for the public benetlt, and in
fringe the right ot the individual. To
ay that a muu cunuot print hi uwn bal
lot aa he choose or substitute names
thereon with ink or pencil, or printing
or otherwise, is lo abridge hi rights as
this portiou of tho governor's message,
cat! attention lo a feature ot tbe lata
eleoUou law which is utterly al varianos
with the goniu ut our institution, and
which if carried out to ita logical con
o! union, would uiako tho voter but Utile
more thau tbe instrument ot the caucus.
We trust that the gentlemen uf the leg
islature will give their atteutiou to this
matter, and pas such an act as will
right the wrong which ha beeu olsarljr
pointed out by the governor.
Tiik territorial supremo court has
handed down a decision in the case ot ths
national beiilta ut this city vs. Joe L,
Peren, sheriff and collector. The oourt
affirmed the decisiun of tho oourt be
low, made by Judge 1-ee, that In thia
case preeenUd tho territory had a light
to collsut thxea from the banks In ques
tion according to the aetuont book.
The Now Msxiuau any, howovsr, that
the decision plainly intimates, that had
cot tlie bank made the regular tax re
turns they did, and had they not sub
jeotsd tbsmaelros in the beginning vol
untarily to the taxing authorities, tba
territory under it present rsvenus laws,
would be powerless io compel the Albu
querque National bank, and for that
matter, any of the national Lanka of tbe
territory, to bear their just ehare cf Ui
burdens ot taxation.
It is a saying among farmer that a
hog will go through a hole ho oan get
his head through. He .has got his work
in under the French fence. uuC ths
chamber of deputies will recommend tba
abrogation ot the decree prohibiting
the admission of American pork into
Franoe. Tho American hog roots to
some purpose, ami he wakes ths best,
weelt pork iu tlie world.
Tiik next Important anniversary will
be Ground Uog day, which tails oa th
3d of fsuraary,