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Plum tint iMllr, Jl.rrh 21.)
OikmI fur Nts.Mrin. Tho Chieftain says
joilreoa wore planted thorn on atUr
Mm. (' M. Churchill, rrjirfnotitltii llm
qins'ii Deo" of Denver, in hero oil her
regular osnvsndng tour for subscribe r.
Guslar Decker, llm merchant of
Hpiiugorvllle, Arltnnu, nml brother of
tint IUokr of Helen, In at tlio Armijo,
arriving from thn west I nut overling.
When tliu tnnll from tlio oast arrives
before H o'clock in I Im evening it should
distributed. A night olork in cm
ployed nt the post olllce for this puroeo.
P.rncst Meyers, of Iho firm of toweii
tluil A- Meyers, nnd hrldo nro expected to
arrive from Now York to morrow, Mr.
m.il Mm. Meyers will umbo this rlty
their homo io tlio future.
m. ( N, Tylor, who wan culled to
Flagstaff to attend llm funeral of her
grandson, Pnsldio (lihsou, arrived liomn
st night, lior rendu law, F. 0.
run, ilu Atlantic- A Pncitlu lineman, ac
p-mipniiutl her to tlio oily.
Thorn tiro four cmnlidatoH to
ttiitinlod nt tho Motidiiy evening's until
Iiik' of tlio A. (). U W. TIiIh la one of
tlio most sutmlnnliul mid iroHHruiiit
lodges in tlio city, miiI now has n mem.
Uuship of nearly n liundrt'd.
(VlllStlllllc Priest Ifft h im afternoon
fur ftix Vegan to I r 1 1 1 vf buck tun colonel
men, Dunks hint Hilton, charged with
the stealing of uUiot f.7) worth of goods
from Jolin Fettle. Too men arrest
i'il no a telcgrnm sent from iIch city.
Tho Dev. Writfhl purchased to tiny for
tlio IrtmltHH of tlio Highland Methodist
church, tho corner Inl ownod by It V.
J), llryin, adjoining tlio church. A live
romicd parsonage Mill soon bo pineal on
tlio lot and will lio oocupio.l by tlio ',nui.
MtH. J i'il n in Hodden, who Inn" Ihhjii
visi'lng Mr. and Mih. Iulih; Iah ul Wins
low, cntuo in from tlio west limt night,
much unproved in health. Tlio lioly ex
pects to I iko charge of n hoarding trnln
on tlit Atlmitio A- Pacillotho llmt of next
Johnny llurko, tlu troll known cook,
U in tlio inly from I'tnli. Johnny waa
reported to hnvo Ihhoi in the innano ny.
) 11 in , hut hlri iipHiiriiii(, plonasnt nnd
happy, would not suggest itself to his
friends hero tliHl Im was over uu in inn to
of such an institution.
JlUHIS Nt'lsOU, till) loWOO (it th Hard
scrabble mine, Magilidcnn, writes t hut
ho Iim struck it rich in tlio Young Amer
ii'iiii mi iit. Tim void nt thirty fit wide,
oil shipping ore, and riinniiii ltilt in
li'iid. Mr. Nt-ltoti ih now I tut uiotit nuo.
ceeitftil minor if this torritory.
Mr. Alice Cnrpor, wife of Hnrhcr
L'urpor, cclchiatisl her .lllli birthday
ycslordiiy, and limi won n Iim mwo a
purty at hor rooidonoo in Iho Wiyhlaud
to u nuinUir of hur frii'iiiln, who ri'inrni
UtiI lior by tlio pnwntiition of ninny
lmudsomo nnd valunblo prrwiits.
Tlio luni'li iirrvoti m oloeaut nml tlio
ovcnuiK happily onjoyinl.
Col V. H. Williams, editor of tlio
Chiottnin and tlio now proocutinK nttor
ncy of tlio Fifth Judicial diHlnct, cuino
up from riocorro last niuht and called nt
Tiik Uitukm iIiIh morning. Tiiocolonol
ia propnriuK to wailo into evil doom and
now Iiiih a Urito docket to ciikako IiIh nt
tontlou. Ho Ia nctivo, a lino, tluout
talkor and In amply nhln to hold hitf own
uuli any of tho Irul HhIiIh of thn terri
tory Col. Mnrmnri enmo in from Laiunn
thin nftoriiiKin, Ho iti ono of the Hpvoinl
nu'eiiU to ovornt" tho coiihub of tlio Nnv
njo luilintiN, nnd Htntoa thut nctivo onu
miTiiUon will Ihi comnifnood Monday,
nlthouh tho northorn part of the rewir
ution Ih tdillcovorvil with u foot of snow,
esjH'clally in and around tho Carrlro
niiiuntninn. Thoro nro two cocinl
acciit, Col. Mnrmon niul Major David'
non, nod thirteen riiuinoratorit. l'hey
eipit't to oompleto throntiro work in two
The "Jolly Ton" held their wookly o
cud entertainment nt their rooniH last
evening. Tho followlnn vUitora wero
jiroH'nt: MiH Knator, of Khonnndoiili,
lnn;Mt Kaulor, Mrs. Malotto, Mn.
Clark ami Mi u Goodrich, and MemtH.
Muh'lto, Matthowe, HriKe and Clark.
DuriiiK' Iho oouruo of tho otonlna Mina
Oooilricli favored them with a solo,
which eliutU'd hourly appinuao, and
ChnH. Kiovor kiivo liia iuliuitahlo treat,
"Tho Mockintt llird." I'roriMlvo euchre
ma in order fur those who uid not caro
to i U ncn runt n very happy tlino wan
pent ly nil,
Whrrr 11m fin ioneT
Tliouiim llyo nnd hin brother, who arc
in town from Copper City, rIvo tho an
luunditiu information that John 11,
Murphy, yclept tho "colonel," htn kip
el for parte unknown, presumably to
Cahfornln. Mr. Murphy wa tho hweo
of the mines and worka of tlio Coppor
City company, add wna applyinff a
ow prtwoaa of hin own Invention for
the treatment of coppor on, boroforo
he on aomotlmoN called "Metnllurtficul
Murphy." nuduon departure will
certainly bo a uront aurprlM lo numerous
I'I'Io in ihU city, whoao friendship and
lminMM conlidonoo ho won by Ida genial
wanner ami fierntofore eiraijfht for ward
nd homut itealloui. It la lnarneil (bat
Mandell Uroa. ft Co., and tho Albuquor
qua National bank have placed attic h-
noots and apar. from tho indobtedneea
due them tho departed ltaeo owoa con.
Uvrable amount to the omployos at
m' and worka. Tbero apara to
" no rooourao left whereby they cau col
lect una cent of their wnjiea.
1 ho Koyeruot of Ariaona. haa juat la,
"W furd off.100 for th arroat of
Mnue Ilnca.of Apache county, Arlsona,
murderer of Mniln. A Italia W tin
WI'nilT Little wan bore tho other day lie
"Med Unit m addition to the above r.
rd he offara one of I3S0 for the arreat
Ul ine name ImiUl.lu.i iti..
"toriou character, blood thlraty la OTary
reMxat and baa many heinous otluim
to hla rretlit. Ilealdee tho klllinK of
Analla, llaca Is believed to have killed a
aheop border of Louis Huniua'alaat mm
mer, an aooount of the affair at tho llmo
beliiir publlthitl h Tiik Uitiksn. Tho
aheop were beinx hold on a ranch in the
N liite niountaina and a quarrel enauintf
botween Iwo of the hertlera one waa
killed, Ho waa etipiKMed lo havo been
hurietl on the spot, but hi Uxly wn
found a few day afterward by a rattle
man who waa rldiuu over bin ranue.
Tho matter wan rcportel to the ofiieera,
n viait made amonit tho hordora and when
aakod who did the nhootlntr, they re
marked, "Oh, be shot blmeolf." Tho
oulcore aro now (Irmly of tho opinion
that linoa killed tho herder, na it win bo
wno una a quarrel wiin iiio viollm.
OK far Home.
Thin nftoruoon, Kucno A. Fiake, the
nhln ami hunlworkintf proMViitlnu at
torney for tho United Hlatea for New
Mexico, left for his homo nt Hani a IV,
while hi toiiiolent atonoxrapher, II 0,
Oortncr, will go to oourt nt Lan Cruccn
"Aro you pleased with your work Ihi
term of court T" akod tho ruortcr.
"Yes, indeed, I havo worked faithfully
and mtninst many nbataclos to aeouto
convlutiona of violnUira of the United
StaU'H law, and havo been quito auc
ceRnfill, I baM alnioet cleannl tlio
docket of the old adultery cases and Ik
liova that the moral opta of tho com
iniiiiily eiMtnin my notions. I o home
Tnr. Citixkn ia lad to roaord Mr.
Fiske's K(xl wjrk. Tho ccurle, with
hi prmiveriiuce, aro i;radiially expuiid
ia the ntiuma of immornlily which bus
for yearn been rostimr iion tho nnino
of our fair territory, and Tin: Citiziin
KUaranteon to him that his ablo efforts
in (his tespott mot tho Kenoral upprohn
tion of our titi.ooH. Ho noourod at
lend twenty convictions under tho Kl
in ii nils law.
A few dayn ujo Tine Uitixk otaltsl
that a cortulii younK Kentleman wan
furnitih'.nK a homo for hla sister, no
rumor had it, but the paper Intimated
that it wan for noma one olw. Tho
yountf Kontlomnn alluded to waa Iternard
Hlcyatur, and now an announcement la
mado which pron tho correctnciR of
Tiik Citikk.n'r prophecy. It reads:
"Married, on Wednesday al tho residence
of Itev. Wright, tho ceremony being per
formed by tho anino jjontlomnn, Iter
nard A. Hloyater and Miss Emma C. Har
nett." It la reported to Tiik Citikkn
ttiat tho marringo waa a very aecrot
n flair, and that tho brother-in-law of tlio
young lady, (leorgo II. Drown, did not
know anything of tho kind had trans
pired until no informed Isnt night by Mr.
SIcyHtor, tho father of Iho groom; even,
tho minister, so Mr. Drown etntoa, re
f lined to let him In tho Hecret.
Miss Darnolt, the bride, came from
Clifton Springe, N. Yn Inst Juno, aud hiui
made many friends awjug tho young
popleot the city. Mr. Hloyater for aeyen
years lias teen tho btxik-keepur In Jenoo
M. WhiHilock'a ofllw. Tiik Citizkm
unites with friondo in wlrhing thorn a
happy, prosperous llfo.
A reception will bo tendered the young
couple this ovouing by tho parents of tho
The jury in tho case of tho United
Stnlos vs. Mrs. Curpia Oriego this morn
ing returned a verdlot of not guilty.
The case of tho United Htatea vs. l're-
dii'anda Ortiz do Aragon, adultory, waa
Tho Uuitod UUtea petit jury' din-
II A. Fisko, prosecuting attornoy, pro
aented his account, whioh waa apjiroved
by tho court.
Tho United Ktatee roporlod having
found fourteen truu bill. Tho jury wan
Francisco Chaves, "J, and Belverio Va
lencia, United ptslos bollifTs, wero din-
All the Indlctmenta returnetl wero en
dorsed by Ilia foreman.
This ended the United Stntea ccaea
for this term of court, and the oflloora for
tho government will return to tbelr
homos thia afternoon and evening.
The court heard defendant's motion to
net aside default in tho assumpsit caae of
Htover A Co., va. John W. Young, after
which court was adjourned until Mon
day morning nt U o'clock,
Laat Mondny, U. J, Lupe, constable of
prtclnct No. 20, colobrntod his 4Ath
birthday; yeatenlay Judge W. C. Ilea
cock, who oocasiocally praotices in tho
justices' courts, quietly celebrated bis
4'2d birthday, and thia morning David
Deiiham, tho justice of the peaeo of
proclnct No. 20, informinl a numlior of
hla friends that he bad reached his 1Mb
birthday, Uideon Dourgougnon, u
frleud of all, will to-morrow at precisely
8 a. in., be K yaars old, and T. W.
McJIvain, the former justlc of that
preuluot, sUiniod forward and announc
ed to the party, who bad congregated
for lemonades, that while tbey were a
little older and now celebrating, bo
would le in the ring on October 15,
when be would reach hla 4otb birthday,
Hucoces to all.
Tke Uaager ef the River.
There was a mooting of tho river com'
miaaioRra Ibis morning to perfect mens
uroa to ward off the apprehended over
flow of the Itio O rands this spring,
Right hundred men havo been sum
moned to begin work on tho west side on
Monday, and arrangements are In prog
ress to begin tho naoeaeary work on thia
aide. V. A. Simpson baa wade an mU
mate of the coat to build the nooeasary
dy kos at Itlnoobada and above AUmoda,
The apprehension of danger is very
general among Ih old Maicn real
There la to be a special moating of the
council this afternoon to oosfe with
Messrs. Moore and Tufoya of the board
of river ooBmbsioaere, and aUpa are to
betaken to Drovido siralsst the flood.
; wnloii U gMsraur expestea la is
W.J. Way, the Chicago manager of
0110 Forum." In at the Kan Felipe.
Yesterday was Palm Hundny and tho
day was appropriately obforved in this
0. 11. Amos, of tho Jomo. country, I
in tho city. Ho snyn there is hrnvy snow
in thn Jetuo. mountain.
J. I'. Crawford, wlfo and two children
and Mies Dnrbnra Miller, of Tone Haute,
lud., are nt tho Han l'Vlie.
It in predicted that court will hold ul
leani four woekn longer. Judge Ien in
determined toclenr tho ducket.
A. L. McOregory, n colored Imrber
from tlnlenn, III., will riMiii omii u lino
shop on Kecoml street, tins city.
Dr. J. 1 1. Harrington, of Ioo Luiiim,
and John (Ireenwnld, tlio miller nt Ixiuin
Huning'n llouring mills, midway between
lrs Luiiin and Helen, were in the city
K.N. McPherMiu, iho energetic nnd
atTnblo I ifo insurnuoo agent will visit
KMy and othor towns, in n aliorl time,
where ho is doing a booming insiiraiieti
V. A Hiniifon, Iho civil engineer em
ployed lo superintendent the oik uf
dyking tho rivor at and lielow Alamedii,
left toils) to commence work. He in
iiccoiiiuiiuIihI by a cori-iiof engiiieeiM.
O. M. Dry ban returned from hin Milonin
mission to Du (umii, III., where ho laid
in tho tomb his father. Mr. Dry with
('has. Whiting will hooii engage in tho
faucy grocery htmiticiw In Una city.
Judge Downs mid Hmitli HimpHou. old
veterans fnnn tho north to tlio tlraud
Army mooting at Deuung, etopHl in
tho city last night between trains nml
mot frietu a, amorg the latter Dr. W. T.
KrueMl Meyera and wife cnuio in from
Now York yesterday evening. They will
make this city 4 heir home, mid this
morning Krmt wan receiving tho n ni
gral httionn nf many friends at his ntoro
on Itnilroad avenue.
John T. Foraliu and wife, of Santa Fe.
were horeyentenhiy. Mr. Foreha in olio
of Santa Fe'-i old 0. A. It. boy and ib
onrouto to Doming. Ho nlojiiied over
between trniiiH to chat with bin frioiid
here. Col. Fletcher wna with tho
Haturday evening, March l!l, at the
bridn'a homo on Oliver avenue, John
WebHtor and Mm. Mary D. 1'holns. uiolli
er In-law of W. L Corbin Jaiul J. L.
Hchoolsrnft, wero united in mnrriago by
Itev. T. C 1 lout tie, pastor of the I'rcohy
torian church. Tin: Cmziw extends
coiigrntulntiona to tho couple.
At their meeting Saturday ovenint; tho
democrats selected Iho following city
central committee: Ivdward Minller waa
chomui chairman of tho city central com
mittee; W. W. 1'opo, necrotary and trens
urer, aud Meenm. Koleher. Mamhrill and
(iiilila a tliiiince cotnmitteo. The live
gontlonien liiitmxl ciinstttulo the central
Jos. Dmloraoco, who haa established
bimaelf proprietor of small storea nt
eevornl crotia-roails, has junt oomplehsl
tho ntono foundation for u twoslory
adolx) residence about a mile north of
old town, nt tho corner of the road lead
ing to tho Government Indian school
In tho vicinity Joo has recently acquired
postcotfion of a number of auroa of vilun
Col. Tin. Smith, of Santa 1;j. enmo
down from the ancient y ostorday and is lit
the Armijo. 1 ho colonel stntea tli.it the
Illo (irnndo Irrigation and Colonization
company rejKirt to their renrraentiitiveH
in this section that progpecta aro moot
satisfactory nnd they hope and expect
to oouiniotieo work on tho big ditch
sometime in April, (ill. I. D. .Smith,
tho active innnogor in tho enternrise. in
expected lo arrive from New York in
about ton days.
Major J. W. Donuelly. of tho Atlantic
A Pacific laud department, called at
Tin: OiTiiiK olllco thin morning and
Mated that Col. J. It Murphy, leasee of
tho Copper City oompnny mines and
works, ia at present al Cataract canon
Coconino county, Arizona, looking at
some mining prnjierty, and ia exoctod
to return to the city in a few daya. The
major has Ixvm forwarding Mr. Murphy's
mail and express matter to Prescott
Junction, and in in o-jmmunication with
W. II. Durke, whoeo little boy waa re
cently uanied and christened after Int.
old friend, P. (J. Dallinggall, who d 'ml
at sea two woeks ago while on n lour
around tho world, has received a lotter
from Oltuinwa, Iowa, his homo, in which
ho Is informed that bis friend's remains
nro not to bo laid to rost forevor In Hong
Kong, China, where tho temporary inter
ment took plnoe. His body will be em
balmed, enclosed In a handsome casket
and on thn nrrivul in thia country by the
llrst steamer a committeo nf Oltumwn
aureus will uieot iho remains and
escort Ibem to Ida old home.
Yesterday afternoon. James Martin.
Chaa. Ueaoh, Unoo Austin, Kd. Coding
ton, Frank Qibson. Peter Ishorwood.
Joseph Durnett, Wallio Ixxike, Arthur
llenry anil others of tho A buqueruue
dun club, held an interesting nractico
about on tbo grounds above tho browsry.
lbe shoot waa single at Dluo Dock pig
eona and some very good scores record
ed. In the twelve ball shoot Chaa.
(Jesch scored ten, while In the twenty
bsll shoot Arthur Henry trot sixteen.
These two gentlemen maJo the Imsl
scores. The club intends to practice
every fine Sunday afternoon.
Hers This ve a.
Saturday evening, alwut 8 o'clock, the
stable of Iho Dlanchard Mssl aud Supply
company on Ullrer are nuy le(won Boo,
cod and Third streets, was nlred by a
Iblef and robbed of a horse, saddle,
bJankst snd bridle. Tlio old gentleman
wboooodacts the Us Angeles lodging
bouse observed the follow riding off and
os ma down to the company's meat mar
ket, Informing the manager, Alex. Driesv
i csehe. A viait was made to the atablo
with a policeuiau, but tho thief wan "out
of sight," Tbt thief I undoubtedly a
young fellow, about ID yearn old, who
IiumIis'ii loallug around thn meat mar
Met for tho past alx vteek. feasting up
on lint u olnor wurut ami Ixilogua nau
Half an hour later Chan, 'ouroy, clerk
al II, (' U'lhortnou'n, wiih riding homo
mi his Im) homo ami hllchiiig thn ani
mal in front nf "Tho llauket," on Firm
street, went Into tho store to purchaio
aome gii ds. On bin return ho was sur
priaeil to llu.l thai bin homo wan gone,
ami n il'lluont i-eiiti'li fuilisl to din-over
Yeoterday uiorniiig a roirt roaclieil
the city that tn ernm, Mtrniigom anil
stlporU'il to bo tho thioles, ueie nbeo. V
oil riding NiHiMittiird pad tsletu junction.
They wore lint m.i. ttsl
Loral Turf l'oliilrr.
YoHtenlay umrniiig wan good fur
hum'1 eircleliig nnd Iho race track at
the fair groiiinlH was nine with owners
out unriiiliig up their tliittere.
M. P. Stiimm wan preeut oorcisiug
ono of Ino pretty hays, whl.'h ho iiitemls
entering tor the "green liens, purio."
T. .1 Sliinick speodiMl at a m'ow gmt
liis ro'eiit importation frutti K'.-iituck .
Il.'tty D. The animal was purchnseil fur
u buggy driver and it ih not yet deter
mined by Mr. Shinclt tolriiin her fur nu
of the rnci'H.
Sivroinry tlo.i.:h was mi tho track
with D.irriuger, who is nhnwing gisl
MM'd thin Hpnng. Mr. ( loach wiiuIhh
out for tho track, anil tells ilrivera to
keep on the tlpp.T riilo
Julius liiM'in inn drove over hin horn.
John to n siilla. in I V I.. Trimlilo
ieodeil iho iiiiiiiinl nioiinil the isiumo
Mitveral tunes at n g-nt.
(,'ol. SLilTonl, Iiiiiiiit of Mo-rs. Saint
.V Wi nvorV diiuiilo team, unvo the InimeH
n'Vernl miles nf lino elerciw. They aro
It II I iro'iilo if Inn n p.iimiHing live
yoar-old black, which enn otop oil nt a
lively gait. With e ire from this veteran
of the turf, tho home, while not a "ring
er in," will hhoiv goml . d when niv-
"Dlai'k Cloud." Iho piuperty of J. J.
Pholan, Ih getting in prime condition,
and will bo alongside nf fast company at
tho apring r.'icoH.
All tho hori'Ofi, trottorn and runner'-,
nro looking the pink of condition, and
from preteut unlioatioiiH the eecoinl tin
mini inoi'ting of the Oentlemeu'H Driv
ing uHMiKiiiiliun vill Im a grunt! aucottH.
Ornth Mlr. filllnotl.
Yesterday muriiiug at 0 o'clock,
.luuni'a Marline, w'.fe of P.ihlmiiiI
Ciitinnl;, tiled nt her rcunlonce in the
Martiuo Holtlcmoiit on the road to the
government Indian roIiiniI. A colli n wan
furiiishoil bv I'n.lertiker Montfort and
the body was laid t i rest in Sii'ila
llarbaraiv outcry at 'i o'elm-k thin after
noon. The Itnliati frieniln of Panoual
and the inoiiriierx, rolutives of tl
ceiiNi-il, foilmii' I Imr roiuaiiiH l.ithe eoiiio
lery, whiuh were not iIcikikiIoiI in con-
There in a singular story con
nected with tho vviimaii'ri demise
Sho was indicttsl along with her him
baud for nihil lory, and just before her
cane wna called a few ilays ago by advice
sho plead guilty to fornication and waa
lined and ivwls, the whole amounting
to about -Vi. Piucual agreed, in order
Ui keep bin wlfo out of jail, to aocuro the
money and pay it over lust Saturday.
Gabriel Armijo, u deputy United Stntea
marshal, called on Fridny, thoro was no
money forthcoming and PohimiiiI, inste ul
of Ins wife, who waa aligthly indisposed,
waa hastened to jail. Tho wlfo wunlnd
to go to jn.l herself, as it was hor easo,
but Pasiiunl imiHtod that he would re
main thx night in jail. Saturday morn
ing tho Italian friouds of Paacual
donated tho Ann of tho court and ho waa
liberated-, but on returning homo ho
found his wife dangerously ill and she
never rallied, dying aa stated alxivo.
She ia tho woman who uccuioil Father
(lontilo of holding for her 1,MI0 nnd
which amount ho refused to turn over
on U'iug rrquoetod by tier to do so. Tho
trial of the caae, tho verdict rendered in
favorof Itev. (Jentilo. and tho comments
thereon are still fresh in tho minds of
tho readers of Tn CiTUk.n.
Tho deceased waa about U yeara of
ago and a member of tho largo Murtiue
Will Uegln To-day,
The ceuaua taking of the Navajo In
diana, together with the enuinoratiou of
their initneiiMo horde of hornHi aud cuttle
and Hooka of sheep and goats, will active
ly begin to day. (l. W. (. Mnrmon, or
tho Indian village or Luguna. ono or the
social agents, waa lit the city Saturday
and ho stated that tho thtrlron enumera
tors havo len distributed over the res
ervation with orders to begin work to
day. Major Dnvidnon. or Philadelphia,
tho other apodal agent, hna his head
quarters at (lallup, nearlthe reservation,
and will direct from there, whllo thn
colonel, who thoroughly understands tho
Natsjos and can talk their lanuusue.
will be uu tho reservation with tho euu-
ltlrfl!nr fllliat nf llln lm 1 1 an u
ami i-iilil ufwitlmr Iirvii ili.tiilii.l.u.,rL
but Iho KL'HIllil llilnlt Hint nn i-.mriil..
enumeration can te obtained in two
months, although tho northern part of
the reservation, in was announced in Sat
urday's Cmxt-t. oontinues uniier n foot
Court convened this morning nt ViV)
o'clock and it was evident from tho
solemn expression on the faces of the
attorneys and litigants that tho Sabbath
had been protwrly observed. Kveii Chi!
tiers, Collier and Prosecutiug Attorney
tVblUmian appeared in a roiigiuus mixxl.
ilia Oral thing the court tlid was to
empannal the territorial etit jury.
llie territorial jury commission waa
Tho llawlsy dlvoruo cao was referred
to Hummers Ilurkbart to take testi-
Tho territory vs. Dsn McPhorsnh and
EA. IlufD,laroonyj dofondanU withdrew
pis ot not guilty aud plead guilty, Sen
tenced to three months in the county
Oourt adjourned until a p. m. i
H-tiiin lh Diillr.Msrrli'il I
J, 1''. Jarnuiillo, tho hIic'p buyer and
rnlcr nf Los Luiuo-, Is in the city.
Dr. Allison vmk e lit tl In Wallace this
afternoon mi homo medical bunineei
Mr. F. W, Mi verr, of (lallup, m in th
city, and is ro,nleio I at the S in l-'elipo
Hurry (Iray, the Ctilfsx county cattle
j man, is in the city, and is enjoying him
, coif Mining the local M'H'kuiMii.
! Major A It t'liifTo.-, if llm I'mltd
Static arm) . uii.e m from the tt Ii.nI
night ami is the guest of I ho Sim
Cnpt. II lo ert vtaa taken eick' ytuter
tiny wi'h heilt llouble, mid for a time
was cntisi h rul diiiigorously III, He is
rcMirtetl t-r to d t.v
Dun Phi hi iih nhln li apsar on the
streets tine in irhii'g mi eruti-hett. Ho in
mending s o'A i), imt tho hnikon left leg
will always U r-tilf at the lime j.iint.
Henry . Wald i anil I. W. Clancy.
talented Santa I'o lanyem, were m the
city yestonlii) and this morniiig, tetiiru
ing home mi Hun nfloriiixin'H oust linutnl
Deputy horilT Huhhell, w)io mm
called t i (lallup on Inisim-in counecteil
with the dihtricl rmirt, returiietl homo
last night. Deputy SherilT Kelvey ac
liiinpalii'-il him to the city.
W. P. Mi'ti'atf, the manager of tho An
telope Springs CiUlii ranch, is in the
city, mid is happy ivi-r the proHM-ctH for
plenty of grast and ft rattle. Ho never
miu tho vitlle) liMiking eo well.
('has. II. Hliiiieliaril, formerly e iklner
of I hit New Mexico Simul'H bank, hut
now contu eteil iii Ininii.'Ks with (I, I.
HriHiko, Iiuh retiirneil from a Urns, wceke'
v ilea) ion nt the Alitolopt) Springs cattle
Juke ttiiitn'tev is improving slowly, As
Kixiti as ho ih able to be up, ho will go to
the I.hh Vegas hot eiiriiigs mid mh it
bulling in iho waters of that fiiuioiiN re
tvirt will not euro him of tho rheiiuin
lism. Judge W.C llnlt dine, attorney for
the Atlantic A I 'untie Ituilway i-omputi),
loft to-day for Tocku, nutl after the
IrsiiHiiction of Himii legal imilterN there
will contiiiuo on iv lloston miri WiiMhing
James Johnson, tho hrirne.sH iniiUer, is
tlio latent to join tho increasing Invent
of bicycle riding. It im IihnmI that ho
has not altogether diHcarthsl "May
tjueeli," the pretty little inure ho drove
through the (.IrcotH.
Prof. i:. II. Mart-hall, principal of the
Albuquerque college, will go to Fort
Sit it t, Kansas, in a few dayc where ho
will take uhmge iih principal of the pub
lie h-Ii.kiIh. I lt is an able t ducatnr, iud
hie aorviceH will be greatly iiiihmmI at tho
J. T. McUiughliu, manager of the S in
Pislro copper iiiiuint and monitors, ih hi
the city to day on Iiuhiuoih. He reports
tho camp in a fmr way to enjoy a gtxl
biHim the coming aumiiinr, ami Nays hie
company will Mum be renily to roHUtiio
work with a largo force of workmen.
(ieorgo W. Hight, n sheep minor of
(lallup, who has Ijoen eiiM on a visit with
relatives and friMiidn tor tho past few
moutliH, returiietl to tho city last night
ami will continue homeward thin even
ing. Mr. Might etntos that Iho eastern
eloak markets are quite active, ami there
is a demand for fat sheep.
Mi use a Stella nnd Kuan Alexander, tho
two handsome dnughlora of Mm. S.
Alexander, arrived to day from Sao
Francisco, and will roaido hero with
their mother in tho future. Mich Stella,
it will bo remembered, wbh u visitor to
tho city I ant niimmur, and the friends alio
mado thou welcome hor return.
Dr. Allium, nHistcd by Dm. Pcnrco,
Wicsluw ami Wallace, performed a thill
cu t aud a very dmigoroun surgical osir
a ion umiii Mrs, Howe, a lady residing
on tho Highlands, Sunday afternoon. A
second operation will bo neceisary in
about three wiH-ks. The lady ih reirtcd
to-day to lai rating well and doing
Tho alley sidewalk cnaising on Third
street ltwiwn (Jold aud Silver avenues
in left in a had condition by the aoaerago
workmen, n-id groat ia thn complaint. It
seemn the sewerage in catching it on all
aides dangerous holes aro lotl in vnriotia
parts ot 111 city, aud if somelxxly in not
careful a damagn aui. will aoou bo the
A young in nn nmnrd Howard Alkiu
sjn camo lo New Mexico a fow yoara ago
from Wheeling, Weal Virginia, and for a
long time his parents have heard nothing
nt him. Ho waa last heard of al Alhu
qtierquo. Do any of tho nnwHpr.ticr usi-
plo of Now Mexico know imytiwng of
him? Hit father io lion. (1. W Alkiu
son, ox coiigrixsmau from Wttst Virginia,
and any newa of his son will bo very
grateful to him.
IheLasrgtta Optiu says: Tho two
negroes, held on a telegram from Albu
querque, charging them with tho larceny
of about V) worth of goods from John
Fottis, ot that city, wore interviewed
here by Kd. Priest, Albuqiieiquo consta
ble. They paid $75 and wero permitted
to go on their way to Philadelphia. Mr.
Priest took tho money and returned
homo. Is not Ibis compounding with
felony and therefore unlawful?
A meeting of thn board of regents ot
the Now Mexico University whs held st
tho San Pelipo last evening, being called
to order by (lov. Stover. Thero were
present Henry L. Waldo nnd F. W.
Clancy, of Santa Fo; M. S. Otoro, ot Her
nalilto; (lov, II S, Htover ami (). W
Moylert, or thia city, Mr. Otero waa
duly elected president ot said lionrd, and
O. W. Meylort eecretsry and treasurer,
to hold said ofllc until thn second Mon
day in March, IHtU, or until their sue
oeasors shall be elected and qualified.
The members fully discussed ina'ters
pertaining to the university, aftsr which
the board adjourned subject to being
oallsd together again by the sectary.
Col Armstrong, tbo dead atreet car
superintendent, waa buried this morn
ing In FairvUw cemetery, bis remains
bftiog followed by a largo concourse of
mourners. The funeral occurred nt tho I
company's liesilqiinrlern in old town,
and tho services were very Holi inn mid . ''Mp Ml'Hs)lendrwl or the Ntreet
impnlvo. Mm AMnstrong, the faith I Vtnm ,,',7 ifJhw
I"1,','"' " - ! iZuSSl'J! deatll
bei Hiile nn, was prereu. whnn the hist , Sue), wan the announcement laat oven-
s, M. .. h e had lie,), is qui.,, si-k he, ,g nt n few milium past H o'clock, anil
M I, Ml. Il.temlo, the ol,;1u,H of .erk,,mnlywUlH,JmnnBr(m "1
late l.usl-ind She alalia that tl,,. col , (.. )(ivll, A. .. ....
Iltlltl'sl a.llir.iriliifu o...r.t isil.sau I ..I...
"if lei," nciit llliriinn (Hill HUM
foaretl Mint ho uoiihlilie h inl, but it w ih
not the cane, for the Until iII-h -Inli n u,Wi
peaeoful iimI niilihmr. Mi, .ru,hlriii!
! desires Tin: ('iti.K.w to thank thono who
ettemlisl Hii'lr Hympathy ami munifeiiiisl
their regmlH dining tho coloiiel's rick
l!tqireMnt itivo Frank llubbell ntrived
In Iho oil) this iiiorning frmu Ins sheep
ranch near the Xum Hall lakes, ,M..
Ilulils'll has iibout ! IMi hoiid or shitqi.
and ho resirts that dunng the winter
il.'.IH sheep have ilnsl. He mIho havn
that Alojmidro Snmlot al, one of the
honvot tnnem in the ciiuntv, will have
a Ioki of about 'J.Mkl head Mr. HuliUdl
alnbiiles the lon.i in shmqi to the aevero
Sol. Darth. brother of Nathan llarth,
is here from his eheep ranch out weal,
lie states that Miivp ruihem generally,
rseeially m the vicinity of tho .urn
salt lakei, Socorro county, have met with
Iosnh in their thicks, and that his
brother, Nullum, ih loMr nbnul
The Imllttii Neliotil.
Iii tuakiiig the rounds fur the news a
ClllIN relsirler met Pmf. I 'roaeer. sn
Hrintelnlelil of the I iovflitncut lllilllili
w'lioiil, ami w us imkitl concerning the
'I'he prof,sir nt'ini'd fnst totnlk.ee
pts-i.iliy iibniit Iho ailvmiceiuelit mid im
provtMiieiits that had been mado during
the year anil lln.i it.utcmplatod for the
coming year. He seeiiiH to he very eu
lliUHusllc over tho future proeHcts.
Hveryhotly must iidmit that the hcIiooI
has Hteadily and rapidly in I mi need under
I'mf Crouger'a maiiageiiient To hear
him sHiiik ho favorably iiImiiU iIh present
condition and its future growth ih very
gratifying; but it ih hi iui.ro grati'v m:
to hear him sH'iik in such otiiphmeutar)
terms of our fellow eiti.tn, Dr ('him. -
Winsl iw. Of the dootiir he said-
"Dr. Wiiislow is one of the iiiohI paitiH
taknik' mil cnn.-i-ioiitiouH physiciaiis I
over met I think ho ih the Ih'hI physi
ciaii in tho Indian serviie. He has lxsn
ho watchful and hi careful in hin pra-tn-e
at tlio scImniI that he haa not as v-l Inst
a cae. When wo hud evere rnwii, Mich
as typhoid fever mid other ilaugernuN
i-it-H, ho Wi-iild ciinieoiit atnl wati li the
patieiita all night. He could not have
U.-n iii-iro attiiiitivo to Ii im family than
ho Iiiih Ueii to tho Indian children. I
certainly believe him In 1 a true gentle
man nml a very careful, olllcient physi
cian. Ah to Iiih practice in town I enn
imt speak, but for a government olllcial
I know of no iH'ttor S uiie tiny I mny
have ciiiifM' to chiiugo my mind relative
to him. but 1 think it doubtful."
TIioho kind words are certainly merited
liytheilo r, for the profeoHor Iiiih al
ways Imw-ii very reticent with reference
to tho employes of hia scIiihiI.
Tlio lUtMlrr tii'iilne.
Tho I '.aiitor opening of elogmi'. spring
millinery ix.'curr.-.l at Mrs. Oaks' hand
Homo store this iiioriiiug. Although tin
day is rainy and it in miserable under
foot, still it did not prevent a large uum
lior of Indies from calling and viewing
tho elegant display of lovely and hcauti
fill novelties in every department, espee
Willy in the hat mid IhiiiiioI line. Dame
Fashion has lusm very indulgent linn
Hi'iicnn to hor votaries, in giving tho la
dli'H a wide range of choice in tluiN
color and var ty of material in head
gear. Thero aro large, hroud brimmed
lints and dear little transparent bonnets,
aH fragile iih a cobweb, in black and gold,
with elegant, rich trimmings to hint
l'tiero are Cleopatra Knots, Marquise
rings and all sorts of garniture and ortin
munis, briiiitiful and striking. Tho Mow
ers on the hals are lovely and tho color
marvelously pretty, The lady Iiiih a mrig-
nilicoul stock mid tho Faster opening
will continue In morrow. Misses Mill
hollaiiil mid Kirkputrick are unintiiig
The Columbia llinlding and Imn na
nocint ion, of Denver, will to-morrow tlio
its paper with the recrotary of the
territory at Santa Fe, nml with Her
iialillo county, and also thn other
uouutie in which it Is now organizing
brunches. 1 1, oho papers tiled mid the
'"Columbia" is entitlis to do businetH
Uw fully in Now Motion.
It. v'. (lowell, general agent hna
telegram from tho secretary of tho as
sociation saying "wo can probably loan
Albuqurrquo throo times Iho motiry paid
in. In other word.i if Albuquerque pays
in jl,IM) ar month, they can if they
wish draw out in loan t-i,ix per mouth
in limitH or thoroa'jouU.
I''. II. Kent iilis-nl agent for Alhuqtier
que. Tho branch in this city will prob
ably Ui organized to-morrow.
Null Against Terrace Atlttlllon I'oie-
The city attorney, N. (' ( '-oilier, has
tl la 1 a lis (Hindi noi against the Terrace
Addition company mid others, in behalf
of the Town of Albuquerque, to quiet
tho titln in tho town to tho laud on the
fisithills. Tho objeut nf this notice is to
wsru every una who proisioes to take
any title from thet-o parties that the
town Is the owner (if I lie lands in thn
roothllls, and if any one buys with such
a notice of rvsoril Im Is bound by tho re
sult of the suit.
Tho caa. or the Territory vs. V. Pi
Kdio, charged with the raHiof a Uerniau
girl niiu.trtl Dertha Htrtwsner, was csIIih
thin morning in tho district court. Tho
jury was finally empanelled aud tho tes
timony ot witmvwos Is lailug hoard this
Charley Cox, a Santa Fo brakeman,
fall from a train at (Vrrlllos yesterday
morning, and was seriously hurt Ho
was taken to Lai Wyu. i
I ... Pllr
inteiulent of the Albuquerque street rail
way, breathed his Inst at. M o'clock laat
evonlng at Inn Msidenco In old town
after ii painful and excruciating illness,
which eonlliied him oxulusively to his
rotini for tho pint two months. His
death was from a cancer on tho right
side of the fnco a most horrible, fast
eating cancer. Alsnit sit months ago a
Munll red hki was visible on tho top of
tho ear, mid that mouilar of the fnco
was onion away Then rormod a small
lump under the ear. Tim colonel, al
though told by hin faithful wife, fear!
no cancer. Tho Inmp suddenly spread,
broke aul the iNhmii of tho strong, hale
nml vigorous siiHinntendent was foro
gone. A Unit two mouths ago ho mot
Tin. ('iiizi.x rcHirtor ami said: "Mac, I
was li.rn in Argyle, Washington county,
New Y-.rk. August it), 1SKJ, Make a
note of it; .ti will need it some tiny."
Tho nqtirtcr pulled out his nolo Uwk
and marked down tho colonel's words
mid Tin: Cniri ji to-day tells Iho pooplu
"f .lhu.ucrqui) the accurate birth of
this vetierahlo street car superintendent.
While in New York city ho waa Inter
ested nml connected with various linos,
and wan superintendent for yonm of the
stage line at tho termiuiiH of tho Third
avenue hue. He was also connected with
tin- Fouith avenue line, aud then with
the principal street car company of
llr.Hiklyn, N. Y Ho waa sent to Albu
querque lo take tho suM.riiitendency of
the Alnuqtiorquti street railway by (.'. T.
( 'mtnwoll. father ir ( . II Cromwell, suc
ceeding the llmt superintendent of tho
company, C.l. Molyneux Dell, March 9,
IHo Since then IiIm lcx;al histtiry la
well known, for ho had business rela
tions with mir people ami they know tho
manner in which ho conducted buainens.
Ho was Iho youngest child of a long-
ivih! family, mid Iiiih only u brother and
asihier surviving him tho brother at
Sauuimil:, III . and tho sister at Whito
Hall. N. Y. Mm. II. T. McKlnney.of
this city, is a particular friend or tho
family lark in New York, and knew them
well. .She waa faithful in attainting Mrs.
AruiHlroug during her husband's illness.
Tho defeated auHtrtntoudeiit has n
da ightor, Mm. W. II. Hunl, by hia tint
wife, residing nt Castloton, V,irriiont,
and thin only Inld has U-on untitled of
the death by letter and telegraph.
The wife who survives him was a Mine
Hannah II. .Mister, of White Hall, Now
itrk, to whom he was married V,7 years
IiihI February. Sho has qlmost mado
herself sick by the iMiistant attention
paid at his bedside. A brother of Mr.
Armstrong, J. ('. Holhstor iiom Oregon,
him U-en in iti ll.nl aud is uxKictod hero
T. ,1. Sliinick, tho secretary of the
company, waa isinstantly inquiring
iibout hin old superintendent, and
although not present when he breathed
Iiih hint, tho news on being told him
directed him greatly. Somo of tho
colonel's old town friends, llov. Stover,
Judge Trimble, Diehard Helen, Chaa.
Ilonsall and others wore faithful In
looking after his welfare.
To day tho Htns't oars aro d raped in
in mourning and the headquarters of tbo
company are folemu.
The funeral will take place from tho
resilience, old town, lo morrow morning
at In o'clock, pall bt'iirom being Judgn
Tumble, ( H. Stover, H. V. Harris,
T. J. Hhimck, I). Kellogg, It. W. D.
Dryati, W. W. McClellan ami II. T. Mo
Kinney. I'riiltriillary Slatlrnt.
There aro now 111) prisoners in tho ter
ritorial penitentiary, among thorn fifteen
serving life eoutencea, says the, Now
Mexican. Of tho 111) thoro am 110 mon
and nine women. The erection of a sep
arate building for tho women convicts
has become tilstolutoly necessary. Un
der thn new law the forco or employes
has Usui cut down, tho steward and
threo guards huving Uen discharged.
On Saturtlay evening last Deputy Unit
ed Staioa Marshal Horapiu Itomoro
turned over tho following United State
priMotiers, convicted mid sentenced at
the piesout term or court at Albuquor
quo, to Supl, Wynkoop: Males: Joso
Montano, six months, ami F.nriquo Don
avitlss, threo mouths, for ndultery. Fe
inaltsi: Marcelina Martin, Nostora Mar
tin du Samora, Dolorea Denavitles do
i Hiviut, threo mouths each, for adultery.
Tho cattle iusutors so tar apKinled
by Iho Territorial ('atllo Sanitary com
miHoiou uro as follows:
(lis). 0. dsns, district No. '2. Las
t'lticeo; W. D. Owens, district No. 3,
litsikout. It. C. Temple, district Na I,
I 'or I Sumner; Komnuy Ititer, dlstriot
No, f. Kndee; U. K. Lyon, district Nu.
Ii mid 7, Union; W. O. Sargent, district
No, H, Park View, Henj. Johnson, tlUtrlot
No. Ill, Albuquerque; W. 0. Wiley, dis
trict No, 11, Alms; H.N.Dedrick, district
No. I'i, Mngilalsua; P Mot hersill, district
No. 111. Hnglo, Prior Nun, district Na U,
Lnko Valley; II. W Atkinson, district
No. 10, Iloswoll. Districts No. U, San
Juan county, and Na 1 Lluooln county,
remain to In) supplied.
Dev. (loorgo W. itiggle, pastor of tbo
Presbyterian church at Socorro and
statisl clerk or the Presbytery or tbo
Itio (Iraud, dlotl at homo in Socorro this
ufleruoon March 'M, at one p. m. Itev.
Higgle came to Santa Fo seeking health
many years ago, He waa for a number
of yours pastor of tho Presbyterian
church at Silver City, aud for a number
of years ho has boon In charge at Socorro.
Mr. U'gglo was a man or uoble charactor
ami as a scholar had row equal smowj
the clergy in New Mexico. He leaven
a wife aud many friend to mourn hla
Dev. Dr. lane, late pastor ot tho
White Oaks Congregational church,
baa resigned his charge snd left the
uiinlslrj to iro into the mining bus Uum
in Old Mexico,