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Orncs-No. Ill Wwt Uoud Avian
IKtomtU Dallr, March U 1
Another wise of varilold li reported nt
Dr. Window is today removing bis
office to tho Whitlug building.
Clin. O'Connor lloWu waj thltniorn
1 112 ro-apointed n notary public fur Ber
JudgnTheo. Maxwell, ono of Gallup'a
iusticea of tbo ncof i iu tho city 011
Wallace Hlto, husband of Mm.
OIlvo Knot II to (Hawthorne). 11 in 1110
oily from Miinrnno.
Arthur Kvoritt, tbo jeweler, received
thin morning a Unto Moalor nfo from
A new guard honeo ii to b erectr J nt
Fort Wingale. Hue notice elsowhero in
this piper calling for proposals.
It transpire that there was nothing in
the report tbnt Dr. C. O Baker waa in
trouble In Lis new homo on tbo 1'ncltlu
Mis L. Glttlnir. a reboot toucher of
Hantn Fe, oanio down from the ancient
capital Inst nlh'ht nnd ic-gistcred nt tbo
Tbo Kin Grnndo nt thin print In slowly
riiintr, but n much greater riws than now
reported must reach hero before the dan
ger tnnrkl reached.
Mrs, J. G. Albright, ono of the Imly
commiulouea Ui tho World's Fair, left
for Chicago. Tho colonel oceotuptiniea
his wifo an for an Liu Vegas.
Tho Oerrllli Hunday school haa
Chinese nttendnnt, ham Hmg, who ex
nreso nn eameet desire to liccomo no
quaiuted with tbo "mellcnn" religion
'iho funeral of Frank Barker look
place yesterday afternoon nt 2 o'clock
from hio parents' reaidone nt tOG south
Broadway. I tor. Wright ofllciated am
the remains wero buried in Kairvlew
Jntuea K. Johnson, o populnr young
gsntleman of Kndoe, N. M., and n jmrtio
ulor friend of Chris. II. Dnnver, of Groea,
Ulackwtill A Co., la in tho city on a short
vIhII. Mr. Johnson is Mtonuhcd t3 itte
such n tinimisinir, wiile-awoko city aa
Prof. (). N. Marron. Jr., of tbo Knntu
F Uovernroont Indian school, was iu
tho city Inst ovonlng, nrrlrmir from tb
Indian villafto In tho vicinity of Otibero,
whoro he wna aont to brinir back tbreo
rnnaway Indian boys who took t in
their heads to lenvo the echool nnd re
turn to their parents. The professor
and the boys remained in iho city until
the nildnljrht train, when they continue.
on to Bantn Fe.
Major Chaffee, who wau In tho city
yesterday, nronnd with Paymaster May.
nadier, ta tho inspector general of the
" United Htntea army of tbo department
of Arixona. Ho haa juat concluded an
Inspection of Fort Union, which ban re
cently boon abandoned, nnd reports that
tbo reservation will revert to tbo claim
an lit of tho Morn grant. Whilo in Santa
Fo he inspected Fort Maroy, also aban
doned, arriving bore Mouday night. Ho
loft last orfa'.ing for Fort Wlogate and
different points in ArUon.
Henry Kinsley, the good-looking, onor
gctlo seorotary of tho Axtoo Cattle com
pany, headqunrtera at llotbrook, Arl
tona, camo In from the oant last night
asd Is to-dny at the San Felipe. Mr.
Kinsley haa been eaat for several weeks,
on bualnee and pleasure combined, and
whilo away vislteJ Boston, Kow York,
Washington City and other cities, lie
Inquired about tho stock market during
bn'A stops at Chicago and Kansas City,
nd ascertained that there la a general
fooling of good time among purchasers.
P. A. Simpson haa rented ono of the
large rooms in tho Coloraan building,
on north Third street for office pur.
poses and is now having It partitioned
mad fitted up. Jcsua D. Armljo and O,
O'Uossor Roberta will havo ofSoea at
the aims pliico. A large apaoo la net
apart for a permanent exhibit of tho re
source of Now Mexieo, Including all
kinds of groatee, timber, mineral, eta,
This exhibit will bo interesting to visit
on to the town. In this connection It
may be added that Mr. Him peon has been
appointed deputy United tales survey-
or by Surveyor General Hubert of New
Walter Trumbull, eon of lion. Lyman
Trumbull, with wife end two sobs, ar-
rived lost night from Chicago and will
remain in our midst several months.
Mr. Trambull was formerly a citizen of
Albuquerque and baa considerable real
eatate hero. He built tho twu-atory
.double atone bouse In tho Perca add I
t logons side of which was oooupied by
himself and family for several yoira.
During Mr. Trumbull's nbenoe from the
oily a large amount of building has boon
going on, vast improvements Inaugurated
and the gentleman la greatly pleased to
note thorn. lie eta Us that Albuquerque
is llboraliy advertised in Chicago, and in
fact all through Illinois, and that it Is
his opinion that Illinois will send a good
list of thrifty immigrants to the south
west this summor and fall.
Den Grant, tho Topeka negro deeper
ado. who murdsred his white wife tho
other day, lied to Pueblo, Col., whtre
Sheriff McCarthy, of the latter city, lo
cated him In a ihanty occupied by a ne
gro named Ferguseon. The sheriff and
a deputy went to the house and deeaaod
ed that Grant surrender. Ho attempted
to fscnpo by running noroai the lot, sad
whrn commanded In halt he drew re
volver, pliirvd it to his brail and blew
out his own bruins. There are several
rolonxl I'iltM-ns of AlbuUorqno who
came hero from Topeka, Kan., and they
report Grant as mm of tho worst charao-
tern of that Mutior of Knna. Ho was
oomtniitly getting hlinnolf in trouble
and it is doubtless n good rlddnncn by
his taking hi life.
V J, Rrrmple lrnd.
At noun to-dsy O. W.Ktmng, tho Hall
road avonuo nndertnUnr, rrurlvf d n dis
patch from Georgo (1. Clark, fornmrly
connected with tho Atlantiu X Pacillo
hoepitnl huri, from tjan Diego, C'al., thnt
lust night Frank J. Kremplo died. Mr.
Kreumln had Iimq In extremely bsd
(xilth for tho wnt fewr monllix, com
plaining of his heart, n ahortneea of
bronth nnd eomo liver complication. His
attending physician alxiut two weeks
ago, ikIvirkiI him to eek n lower alti
tude nn loon m ixmiible, and ha left for
southern California. It wwt thought by
some, mi critical wna hla comlllion, that
he Mould not Murvlve tho trip, but ho
reached IiIh friend, Dr. Clitrk, In 11 dis
tressed, wenkotiiH) condition and without
nuyaignHot improving llnally bn nthwl
hiH taut. Mr. Kreiuple whs a practical
cinbalmor, and aliortly nftar coming to
this city accepted n position with Under
UUfr Montfurl, remaining with that gen
tleiiinu over n year. Through 11 minun
ilrrstaiiding, on Mr. Ktrotig engaging in
the undertaking liuines., Mr. Krrmplo
took chargtt manager and did the em
iMilming, which was at all timon credit
able nnd in a skillful mniioer. Tho tele
gram in very ineugn1, giving no pnrticu
lara of bin death, but an he has relative
rrH.dingin California, they will undoubl
dl attend to tho proper nrrauging of
his funeral and alTairs. Ilia many
friendu u this city will bo pained to rend
of this account of his death.
I'nllrit HlalrM Hpertal Tax NlMitiiN.
Deputy Collector John Jlorratlaile has
furnishril Hum olll.v tho following in
forniNlioti which will Ih tjenellcial to
thoKe who deal in liquor and tobaccos:
All person h lialile to intrrnnl revenue
special tnxcH are riHiiired to make return
on Form No. 11 and pny for wild tax
from May, 1KM, lo June !Vi. lS'.U, to the
collector or deputy collector and procure
an "nxtonKton irtil!cnt."
A similar return oliould be innilo nnd
a proor scinl tux nnnip jirocurril for
tho year beginning July 1, IH'Jl, when
tilt new year coinmencei. No taxea can
bo paid for lea than tweho inonthn, i. e.
applicatioiia must Imi Hindu a il tiuen
paid for from the lHgiunli)g of the month
in which husiiiotH 1h commenced to th
IlOth day of June, IH'.fl. All npicinl taxeH
heretofore required from denlera in 111:111 -ufaclured
tobac!0 ami cigara nro reeal
eJ on and after Mny 1, 1H01.
IVrcona commencing lm inofw in Mny
or June, IK)!, iiiuhI mnke n return on
Form No. 11 and procure a idatnp for the
period ending Juno 80, 1.U. All Forms
No. 11 iiiuhI bo nigned nnd sworn to be
fore some olllcial nuthorixed to lake
oatliH and nttnch their Knl.
The crUMi against Ah Waugh, charged
with keeping an opium joint, wnu clearly
proven by tho town nt tiio trial Imforo
Justice Madden nnd a jury Intd flight.
Hy tho verdict tho town la enriohod 50
M. J. Donahue, an impecunious de
scendant of tho green ixle, wan aided to
tho extent of ten days board at tho Ty
Joo Smith, n, drummer for a New York
clothing house, was lined & for doing
business without a license. In this case
Mr. Smith rofuM-d to pay tho tine, mid
through W. II. ('hildora, has applied to
Diatrict Judge Loo fur a writ of hab?aa
J. II. KulTner, who is distinguished
from Smith in that ho is but a common
peddler of brooms, had tho same penalty
adjudged against him. The Ignorance
dlsplnycd in his attempted argument of
constitutional queetioua, would have jus-
tlttod tho court in assewing, tho maxi
Domingo Aboytn, nn Islata Indian
feared that Jos Iteaa Anzarfi, of the
same trtue, would ixut, wounu cr Kill
him, bonus proyod the (ntorvention nf
tho court. J out ico Madden could Hod
no oauaa to havo Domingo indemnified
ogainat the loaa of his scalp, and turned
loose defendant "Joneph King-Goose."
The I'ull Tax.
Any portion desiring to vote at the
coming town election must have paid his
(toll tax, not only for the year IKK), but
also for the "current year" 1891 aa well.
Taxes attach on the tlrst day of March
of oaoh year, that is to say, the fiscal or
"current year" begins on the first day of
March of each year and endo on tho last
day of February of the nsxt year, and aa
section 4 of the not above referred to
mskos it illegal for any person to vote or
attempt to vote at any election who has
not paid his poll tax for tho "current
year," asd as that act booamo a law be
fore the first luy of March, 1891, It is
held that any person desiring to vole at
the coming election for city officers, to
do so legally, must have paid hia poll
tax of one dollar for the year 1890 that
In, the poll tax assessed last year. Thi
tax, however (the coming e'.octiou being
a local one), csn yet be paid by thoeo
who have not already paid. Then, of
course, as will nil other persons who
vote, they will also have to pay tbolr poll
tax for the "current yoar" 1891, which, aa
already stated, began on tbo first day of
the present month, beforo they will be
entitled or allowed to vote.
It has been conjectured that tho socrat
01 nnle-tllluvlan longevity was soms
method of keeping tho blood pure, warm
and vigorous. Moderns accomplish tbo
same purpose by using Ayer s Sarsapa
rlllo tho best blood modiclne orsr
brought to light.
Fine olire oil
town, Bho also
at Mrs. Muzlo's, old
haa the best native
I from Ui IMIIf , Karen K.)
Thrro hundred turn began work on
tbo dykes near Alameda this mornla'
J. It McGowaa, the second-hand deal
er on F'rut street, la o- nflncd to hla hoaie
Georgo II. Mosber, a St. Joseph, Mo,
oomiunrvlnl tourist, ia nt the Ban lMlpo.
lie is n friend of Georgo W. Helmer.
Dr. Ilurgras I removing hla stock to
tho Whiting building Ho will havo In
his new location tho finest ding store In
Dr. J. IU Sutherland la improving from
hla recent illneiM. Tho doctor yesterday
received a renewal of hla opxilnlment es
one of tho notaries of Ilernallllo county.
Sooretary Snbln, of tho Commerolal
olub, ban secured thirty six aubirrltwra
for "The Forum." The article alxmt
this city nnd the Illo Gmnde valley will
be published In the May nunibor.
Mnjor A. IU Chaffee, lntiectir general
of the United SlatiM army, left lasl night
for Fort Wlngate. After remaining
there a few da) a h will go to Whipple
Ilarracka and other Arlr.ona xit.
Dr. Coltman and wife, of the Proaby
teriau Indian ichool, nro at homo from a
brief visit to the Lna Vegna hot epriugs,
to which place they accompanied their
son, Dr. Coltman, Jr., 011 his way to ('til
A. h. Cnmmell, n Kcotcliiiuiti who Iihh
n tine ranch, nt-x-ked with a large niin
ber of cattle and bomen, nt Piiioa Wells,
iu the Sandla mo' iitains, Is in the cily,
Htid Is ninklng the aciiuniiUHnce of our
cllizons through C. II. Illuuchaid.
Henry IU Tiaik, a New Yorker
haa a splendid cat lie ranch in San Miguel I
county, ia at the San Felie with Ins
wife, whose health ia greatly impaired.
They are friends of ('. II. Dunter, mana
ger for (iron, lilackwell A- Co, and are
here to rt inniu a few weeks,
Diet), at her purnnta' ritndciice iu
Mouth AlhuiUeriUe, this morning at 0
o'clock, Hllii) M., the two year old
daughter of Mr. and Mre. hi). Lyon,
of whooping cough. Tho father la a
iiiechauii! iu the Atlantic .V. I'm: illo shopa.
The funeral will occur from the family
reiidunce to morrow afternoon.
Mr. Will, lltird, the nephew of Col.
Aruistrouu, lliedrlid Mipprintcmlelit, who
wax out here from Connectmiil for hla
health, has been iidviHcJ that the alti
tude hero 111 too high for him, and lie lfl
this afternoon for the ennt. Ho h a sub
joct of conaumption, 111 a had condition,
and it is feared that he m not long for
It. W. JoluiHon, n aurgeoti iu the Unit
ed Htati-a army, Ht.itiomd fur enteral
years nt Whipple lliirracltx, Arizona, waa
11 the city yi aterdny en route In Sun
CarlcH, where he will hereafter I hi sta
tioned. Mnjor Mayinilier, paymaster,
had the gentleman in tow yraterday,
and he foriurd the iicqtiiuutnuco of it
number of our citizens.
The funeral of Prof. Von MeyertiolT
took place this morning from the under
taking rmiiiiH of O. W. Strung. I lev.
Wright olllcinted as the minister, and
siioke feelingly of the dead musician. It
was a abort service, and only n few at
tended thene few, however, followed
the remainB to Fnirvlew cemotery. The
body looked natural after Its preparation.
('. A. Dole, tho Montana ciltlu owner,
who line been circulating among central
Now Mexico rniHetH for the purpose of
l icking up anaps in cattle, camo up from
Sierra county last night, nud called at
the cattle headquartera In the Grant
building this morning. Mr. Dole atatea
that nome of the oattln aro showing
thinness, but a good spring, with plenty
of grits, will bring tb?m around in con
It ia undoratood thnt Jonas Nelson,
the lucky miner of the MngJalena moun
tains, ia developing nn important and
rich atriko in tbo Young Ainorica mine.
Tho body of shipping ore ia over forty
feet wido, and the ore ia soft carbonnte,
carrying from M to 00 por cent, lend nnd
about 15 ounces iu silver. He is making
tho first shipment of oro from the Young
America thia week. Mr. Nelaou is also
Iceseo of tho celebrated Hnrdscrabble
mine, from which ho averages a ship
ment of paying oro of thirty to thirty
five tons per day.
"The citizens of Gallup are agitating
the. question of IncorjKiration," remarket!
Juvlga Theo. Maxwoll to Thk Citizkx
scribe yesterday afternoon. "A petition
haa been circulated and extenalrely sign
ed which will bo presented to the coun
ty commissioners af their nsxt meeting
for Incorporation. The idea to incorpor
ate, I em glad to state, emanated fiom
our beat nnd moat enterprising citizens,
and tho town appears aa a unit in favor
of tho scheme. I am heart and eoul in
favor of incorporation nud wilt agitata
tho question with nil my ability." Judge
Maxwell is ono of the justifies of the
peace of Gallup, Is one of the very oldest
and popular oUixens, nnd it is pleasing
to ooU the faot that he is among the
leaders advocating incorporation for the
thriving earboB town, located in wrwt
A. M. Whltcomb, A. I). Stanton nnd
G. W. Fisher, local Grand Army Vete
rans, who have been attending the En
camnment lust closed at Donlnir. ro
turned home last night, and It) is a great
pleasure ta hear them talk of the royal
manner in which tho good eitlssM of
Doming entertained the delegates.
W. 8. Jlurke, of the local lodge, re
mained in Doming until to night.
Just before A. M. Whltcomb, tho re
tiring department commander, relln
qulshed his office to his successor, he re
"Hie BneevsajMcct is closed to moot
again at Las Ygc next March. It has
beon the Boost harmonious and enjoyable
meeting held for esveral years. The
people of Deralog have treated us roy
ally and the final wind up at Col. Lock
hart's residence for pure en Joy men t and
good jolly time was never excelled, if
equalled, In thia department. In tfcs
seestoM off the Grand Army of the He-
public there were several measures of
hwMrtanos considered and noted upon,
Ked most important a soaimlttee waa ap
pointed to take Immediate steps to se
cure n soldiers' homo In this territory."
Tho following officers were elected for
the onsaleg year:
A. J, Fountain, of Las Cruces. com.
liyron A. Knowles, of Doming, senior
Thomas Murphy, of Hillelxiro. Junior
Thomas Harwood, of Socorro, chap
lain. W. H, Fletcher, of Santa Fe, medical
P. 11. Mothrralll, of Kngle, delegate to
Itlchnrd Hudson, nf Hudson's Hot
springs, alternate drlrgate to National
The jury In the V. P. Kdlo rape cnie,
after being out all night, cams into court
at 1(1 o'clock this morning and returned
the following Verdict:
"We. the Jury, find the defendant
guilty ond aamra the punishment at fivo
jeara it tr.e penitentiary.
Applicatlou waa immediately made for
a new trial by Ins attorney, Neill II.
To any that the verdiot fell upon the
community in tho form of a surprise is
putting it mildly. Tho evidence for the
proeoiMitinn waa Indeed weak, but Piomo
rating Attorney Whltoman handled hia
side i.f the trial 111 a goHl mnriiar. Law
)cr Field worked hard for his illeut and
made one of Ilia maalerly, oloquaut argn
uionts bef-jre the jury, which slocd 11 to
1 for conviction until this morning, when
the juror who held ont was won over for
Tu a Cn iM-i nil. not (tolluto ita ool
umtia with the testimony, which at times
was rich and racy, but will state tbnt to
an unbiased, unprejudiced mind uolhing
win elicited to show that raixt had been
Tlio I'nitod States grand jury return
ed two IndictmentM for adultery. The
jur will (Miicludo ita tabors Sslurdny
and then adjourn.
Tho tii camn of W. C. Hazleditie vs.
Franz Hunlcg, ot al, equity, were die
luinwd by plaintiffs.
Tlie territory vs. James Mullen, charg
oil with the uiunlsrof Samuel McCowan
at the city jail Christmsa afternoon,
ttien called, and when the court took a
receca until U o'clock this afternoon all
Win oviiirno waa suouiillisl. it was
demount ru ted clearly that the murdend
man forre.1 the fighting and that Mill
len, 111 order to save himalf, grablted
the butcher knifo and slabbed hia
antagonist, he running out uf the alley
door ami falling deud u few fret beyond
N. C. Collier is representing the defend
out, while Major Whilemnn i priMecut
Ing. The nrgumetits are being submit
toil thia afternoon.
Mayor Mamlell called the city conned
to order lat evening nt H o'clock; all
The mlnule-i w read nnd approved.
The following ills were reported fav
orably acted upon by the lluanco coc
a. D. wiiaon i:w 00
W. L Trimble A Co 48 00
F. Ii. Dunlan 7 48
Triulda.1 Salazar 8
Pioneer Bakery 2 25
It. II. Mycra 10 40
Dr. T. II. Ilurgeej 1(1 W
J. II. Madden U 00
G. I). Pearce Si 00
Albuquorquc Gns Co 5130
Mrs. Bambino A Co SJ5 00
The now bills wore refsrrod to the fi
Karl A. Snyder, attorney for tho Ter
med Improvement company, waa pres
ent and wanted to know by what right
the city had ordered Attorney Collier to
tllo a lis psndonos against hia company
and others, now holding lands above the
"By authority of n resolution passed
by the council at a previous mooting,"
was tho reply of Mr. Collier.
Mr. Suydor contended that tho lands
did not belong to the city but to the
Terrace Improvement company, whose
deeds for tbo lands dato back to the year
1820. Ho requested that the lis pendsnes
be withdrawn nnd a snlt between his
company and the city be thus prevented.
Mr. Collier replied by taking the stand
that the city had a perfect right to the
lands, thut he was ready to stand by his
action, and denied that Mr. Snyder had
tbo right to como before the oonnoil and
ink auch a proceeding.
Trustee Johnson was under tho lm
prenalon that the suit would tie up the
titles in general.
Trustee Strong was willing that the
titles should be tied up; he was to for
seeing who was justly entitled in the
mesa lauds in the Albuquerque grant.
The discussions went forcible and con.
siderablo warmth under the collar mani
fested. Two now ordinances, wore introduced
and roud. Ono refers to salaries under
the ow cbartor, and the other provides
for the current expenses for the coming
year. They will tie acted upon at a
special moetlog to bo held next Monday
He riajred the fas.
The "shadow" social is the latest fash
looablo society amuMmsnt, A sheet Is
stretched across the room which sep.
orates the ladles from the gentlemen,
tho portion occupied by the gentlemen
being darkened. One girl at a timo is
placed so her shadow will falljupon tho
sheet and tho shadow is auctlonoed off lo
tbo gentlemen and tho highest bidder
takes the shadow tho looy who pro
duct the shadow to supper.
The Citiccm has been informed that
tho above "fad" was inaugurated ia a
certain quarter on the Highlands a few
days before Klralfy'e show, and that the
young man who obtained tbs "shadow"
took "it" to suppsr after the perfor
munoe. He la silent aa to how much the
meal cost, but ho did tell a bosom fiiead
that it was quite expensive.
Jose a Eequlbel, sx-absrlff ot Ban Mi
guel county, is attasdlag eesrt.
rrem tits lMIr, March .)
Qou. L. P. Bradley, well and favorably
known in Now Mexico, is vUltlog Santa
P. J. Savage, freight conductor he
ween this oily and Han Marclal, leal
the San Felipe with hla wife.
There is sotno talk of I). U, Hobinson,
general manager of the Atlantic A Pa
clflc, becoming a candidate for the office
No trains from tho east last night or
to-day snowed under somewhere In
Kansas. Passenger I rain from the west
arrived on time.
One ot tho finest Durham cows in Al-
buquerqne has been purchased from tho
Patterron lima, by Mra. B. Hatoh, uf tho
Highlands. Price tSO.
Human Ortlx la reconstructing nnd
lengthening the new town switch uf tbo
street railway. Human has developed
into a tlrst clans track man.
Woltnr J. Codington, night asrllchman,
had one of hla tlngeta on the right hand
Imdly mashed early yesterday evening.
Dr. KaaUr dreenod tho wound.
W. F. Muhiughliti, the poet trader at
Fort Wingatx, oauie In from tho west
lnl night and is shaking hands xllh his
uunierotiH Albuquerque friends to-day.
S. W. White, thi carpenter, who re-
sldea 011 South Second street, is, reorUd
seriously ill, but his attending physl
olan eutorlainH Iioimmi of nulling bira
Ilun. M.U. do tlncn, a laaryer ot Los
Vegas, Is hete visiting relatives and
friends. Mr. Bacn was sKaker ot tho
lowvr house of tho territorial legislature
In V" 'Htt.
('has. Mann nnd family are at the Ar
mljo from Helen. Mr. Mann is a brother
ot tbo Mann boya, tbothrity and obliging
gardeuwe of old town. It la likoly the
visitors will mako this city their future
The red-breasted Illinois oro ruining
the fruit tree buds, nnd they ore being
killed by soma of our fruit raiters in
good numhera. An old raiser states that
they light on a twig and atrip It ot every
bud. The linnets are n nuisance.
Ilia Untliolic cliurcu lias received a
now bell, which weighs 1080 pounds. It
was baptized last Sunday eveniug in the
presence or the congregation, ttiu sxm-
sora Mug Col. John Brady and wife,
James Hoy 00 and Mrs. Perry Browu.
TIiok. P. Gable, the efficient ohiot clerk
of the Atlantiu A Pacific, and wifo are
still 111 the city, nnd they wish it under
bUimI that they do not oontemplato a
"brief visit" to wiuthern California at
present. The Democrat wns mlstakoii.
Henry Ixckliart is paying very llttlo
attention to olilics at preaent. Every
morning at 8 o'clock ho hitchos the old
bay to the buggy and hies himaelt to his
r.uicli a few miles nbovo town. Ho ia
planting a large numtier nf fruit trees.
O. B. Little, tho Apache county, Arl
zona, sheriff, who passed through tho
city the other day for the Phanlx iossne
asylum, with 11 craxy Mexican woman,
returned last night nnd went up to San
In Fe this afternoon on official business.
Mr snd Mrs. Hall, ot Colorado
Springs, Col., are guests of the Son Fo
line. Mr. Hall is a cattls owner and
raiser, and has avoided the disagreeable
weather now prevailing at Colorado
Springs by his timely arrival in tho val
ley of perpetual annshlne.
(Jol. Uarmon, who Is ono or tho speo-
lal agenti to euperinlend tbo census tak
ing ot the Navojo Indians, came in from
the west laal night. He stsUs that tho
weather contiuuM dia.igreeablo on the
reservation, but everything is ready to
commence work when fnvorable weathsr
A. H. Meyer, proprietor of the Boss
aaloon, and Mra. Jennie Hodden joined
handa for Ufa before Judge Madden laat
night. It wns a surprise to all Mr. Mey
er'a friends, aa the matter waa kept very
quiet. Tho Vouple will tako
bridal trip to Europe in the beglnuing
of next month.
Arthur Bell, a oarpeuter of Gallup, I
in tho city. Mr. Well worked in Albu
querqua five or six years ago, but Ii
boon away for the poet year and a halt
He will remain among his old time
acquaintances a tew days, and Is ploastd
to seo that the town has grown wonder
fully during his nbsonoe.
liaison, who skipped out yesterday
leaving a number of unpaid bills behind
is a member ot the Switchmen's Mutual
association, organised here the other day.
The other members do not uphold Rl
son in his dishonorable and dishonest
acts, and will tee that his accounts here
aro wttlod insido of thirty days.
Said n passoDRer at tho depot last
night: "It snowed terribly hard along
Iho Santa Fe beyond La Junta Wednes
day. I saw a herd of cattle rosh Into
small valley, become stampeded and be
fore the train got out ot sight nothing
waa visible ot the cattle except their
horns protruding through the snow.
Dr. L. A. Wlnslow, fsthsr of Dr. O. E.
Winslow, died at 0 o'olook this ra orning
at tho residence of bis bob In the High
lands, ot oaralrsls. He was born In
Massachusetts, and waa 70 years old
Ho has been a resident ot tho city for the
lost three' ysars. The doctor will tsks
hla father's remains to Aurora, III., for
burial on the first train to-morrow,
Dr. B. M. Thomas, undoubtedly the
best and most efficient secretary. Uie Ur
ritory has ever had, came down from
BanU Fe last night and is around among
Albuquerque friends to-day. The secre
tary says the good citizens ot the on
clrnt capital ore agitating the question
ot Incorporation with cosalderable vim
and ho believes that it will carry before
the sopl. The secretary is hare on
business connected with Nls catos.
The BUeelrie Beail.
Jacob Uoehm, tho promoter asd rust
ler ot ths Albuquerque Btootrlo street
railway, como down from Dearer lost
Bight and put hia boom on the register
at ths Sorofaca. He w here c
private business and intends reluming
to Denver tomorrow. He stttes that
the compiny will not be permanently or
ganized until Wednesday, April 8II1,
when the Chicago and Denver capitalists
ntorcstod in the acbomo will arrive In
tho olty. Tho Denver partita are
Samuel Ilosti nnd E. Itoss-Lowln, bank
ers, and htmsslt and partner, N. Btmn-
bock; Iho Chicago gonttetneii Interested
are II. Hartley, gensrsl trsfllo iniingcr ot
the Santa Fe system, and Arnold Breoh-
or, a woll-kuown capitalist, Messrs. W.
B. Cuildors, Ernest Meyers and Hsrauel
Nstistsdt ars tbo Albuquerqueans con
nected with the company. Tho Chicago
Kenllemeu will arrivo In Donver on the
6th of April, whore they wllll bo joined
by Mr Boehm and party, and all como
directly lo thia cily. Mr. Boehm stated
emphatically that the Electrlo street
road will be in operation nnd running
in aix inonthn.
Yesterday attornoon ths argumonts in
me Janice Aiuuen muruor case wero
heard nnd tho court's Instructions to tho
jury given. Tho jury returned a verdict
ot guilty in the third degree, atsoealng
lia punishment in Iho penitentiary nt
Illtn Esqulbel do Barela vs. Ponclnno
Barela; bill for divorce. The defendant
The territorial graud jury.returned ono
Tho hnbena corpus cnae, brought from
J. H. Maddon'a court, of J. Smith, trav
eling man for Aruhelin, a Now York Int
lor, waa then heard. N, 0. Collier repro
sen let! the city ond W. B. Childors the
defendant. The commercial traveler waa
nrreatod under a olty ordinance, but the
diatrict court sustained Mr. Childors
that the oruinance conflicted with tho
Interstate law. He waa then dischsrged
Court met this morning ntOilW o'clock.
Sooundo Guastl vs. G. Bndornoco; aa-
aumpalt by attachment. The defendant
files denial ot truth ot affidavit ot nt
tachment and alao (Ilea plea.
Geronlmo Candelaria vs. the Atchison,
Topeka A Santa Fe railroad company;
trespass on tho caw. Plaintiff tiles coat
Prosecuting Attorney Whilemnn ia
proving n terror lo evil doers, and ia win
nlng renown for tho able manner in
which he ia conducting his proeooutiona.
Marline Sanchez, foromau ot the
United States graud jury, haa been sick
tho past few days, sufTcritig with a aavero
Both grand juries will adjourn to
Veteran and Unai-tln.
The G. K. Warron post No. C, Grand
Army ot the Republic, will hold their
meetlnga after the 1st ot April at the
Armory on Fitat atroeU They will hold
tlielr last meeting nt tho old post hall
Tuesday evening, March III, and all
members aro requested to bepreaeut. Al
tho Armory tho Grand Army and Gunrds
intend to have a display of old war re!
ics and they will bo properly labelod.
Commander Dunham will have among
the relics a swor.l snd rille, which ho
carried throughout the rebellion, whilo
Capt. Berry, of the Guards, will havo on
exhibition a eword picked up on the bat
tie field ot Gettysburg. The sword was
presented to tho captain by A. W. Kim
ball. The eight 12-pound howitzers, un
oarihou in old town several years ago
and which wero graphically dotallod in
Tni CiTiznt at tho time, will also bo
among the war relics. Speaking 00 tho
subject of war, rsmlods Tna Citizkk
that Commander Denham, ot the Grand
Army, waa the youngest first sergeant at
the battle ot Gettysburg in lbs United
States volunteer torvico. Ho was then
only 17 years of ago.
Dyklnx the Hirer.
Civil Engineer Simpson, who is supor
intending the dyking ot ths river, got in
thii morning from camp, which ia located
on the Rio Graado two miles above All
meda. He states that tho rivor is rising
elowly, end thai the ofilciala did a wise
act by commencing work beforo nnd be
ing prepared for tho coming spring rise
Ho has 75 teamsters and wagons and 170
laborers at work, and the building of the
dyko is progressing nicely, it being hla
opinion that tbo work will bo completed
by Friday of next week. Tho dyke ox
tends from tho railroad track to the
rivor, a distance ot nearly two mllos; it
will bo eight feet high, eight feet wide st
the top, and havo a slope ot from one to
one and a halt feet. The dyko will be
constructed ot sand and brush, and cor
ercd with tsrrones on tho outside. It is
being constructed substantially and will
last for years to come.
nolan bin Cieod.
James Lang, the excellent book-keeper
at John A. Los's lumber establishment,
returned home laat night from the Las
Vegas hot springs, where he had gone
with Joke Galnaloy, the rheumatic suf
ferer. He states that on arriving Jako
took a throe hours bath and on coming
out and appearing at the hotel again he
found to his utter astonishment that his
crutches wero of no further use. Mr.
Lang states that be wns surprised to ob
ssrvo the wocderfnl effect of that one
bath, to which he bsd to be carried and
helped into tho ourotiro waters. Every
thing is arranged at tho hotel for the
oomfort of tbo guests and as Mr. Lang
states "They da not bleed their guests."
Jake will remain at the springs until bo
believes himself perfectly well.
At the last term ot district court in
Santa Fe a judgment for f&6C0 dama
ges was rendered In favor of Mrs.
William Dresden against Harry Motley,
proprietor of a varioty theater and dance
hall iu Santa Fe, Motley had sold her
husband liquor contrary to law. This
is sold to be the first judgement ot ths
kind ever obtained In the territory.
No medicine bos hod grestar success
In checking consumption, In its early
stages, than Ayer's Chsrry Pectoral. H
slops coughing, aoothes ths throat and
lungs, and induces much-needed repose.
Hundreds have testified to tbs remarka
ble virtues ot this preparation.
Dr. Rbepard has removed bio office to
i the WMUag block, .
41S)H V It If AY.
Aattlverwary of the CrwelXxUsi eflhe
Ihdlr C'IUsmi. Mareh V.
Holy week ia drawing to a clone, Sun-
lay being Easter.
Yesterdny, Thursday, was known in
the Catholm church and to ritualists as
Mnundsy Thursday. The word matin-
day hni reference to tho custom Institut
ed by Chrlit of washing feet, ho having.
It la aald, washed tho feet of his disciples
beforo the Institution ot Ihesaorauisnt
of tho Lnrd'n supper. In some churches
tho custom Is continued ,at the preaent
Friday, to-day, It in tho whole Chris
tian church commemorated aa the day
that tho life of tho Savior was given up
for tho salvation ot the world. It lo
known throughout all Christendom as
"Good Friday " Iu several eta tes "Good
Friday" is declared a holiday nud all bus-
Inesa Is suspended, aa on Christmas day.
There seems to bo no valid reason for
thia day not being observed with equal
solemnity of mourning ns tho Christmas
feast la with tho solemnity ot magnlfl
ronci nnd splendor; one coinmomorntes
the birth of the Baylor, tho othtr the
death of tho Man God for tho redemp
tion of the world.
In all Catholic churches tho custom
observed ia called tho adoration ot the
cross. In n convenient place a cross Is
exiosod, and if you enter a Catholic
church that day nt any hour you will
find some one engagrd In adoration of
tbo crots. This adoration it conducted
ns seems fit to oyery person. Generally,
howover, you will see the person genu
llect, thai is prostrate himself about
twenty feet from the cross on his knees
with head bowed deeply down, then
rise, approach a few steps nearer to the
Holy Hood," and gentitleot again. He
then risen und ndvnncea to tho foot of
the cross, where in profound adoration
ho liends onco more, nnd in a spirit aktn
to that of the repentant Magdalene
louche his hi to tho foot of tho cross
and retire to some spot in the church
where he praya or meditates for some
momenta on the passion.
Friday Is also known as "Blaok Fri
day" to th 0110 who obseiro the fasts pro
claimed by tho churchen, and tho prao-
tico in becoming more gcuernl every
yenr. II In called "Black Friday" be
oauao in moat counlriex tho strictest faat
ot the year is kept.
Saturday, to-morrow, ia kt,own as
"Holy Saturday." Tho baptismal water
with which baptisms at the church are
always performed Is blessed by the
priet on "Holy Saturday" for tho whole
year, and on no other day of tho year Is
it permitted. Tho holy oils whioh the
prlent uses in the administration ot the
SNcrnmont are nil blessed on this Satur
day by tho bishops and distributed
among the clorgy for use. Tho fires are
rekindled in the church and the lights,
which are nover permitted to lie extin
guished until tho subsequent "Good
Friday," are ngalo lighted.
Eaater will bo, as announced in the
first paragraph, Sunday. It is designat
ed ns a church festival commemorating
Christ's resurrection, and occurring on
Sunday, tbo second day after "Good
Friday." Easter day, on whioh the rest
ot the movable feast dopends, is always
the first Sunday after tbo fourteenth day
of the calendar raoona which hoopcM
upon or next after tho '21st ot March; so
that if the fourteenth day happena on a
Sunday, Enater uny is tho Sunday after.
Mtop the restive Baurrw,
An aot to amend an act prohibiting
bogs from running at large.
Bo It enacted by the legislative assem
bly of the territory ot Now Mexico:
Section 1. No hog, swine or burn
shall bo imrmitted to run at largo with
in the limits of any city, town or village
ot not less than 400 inhabitants, and ths
owner ot any hog, swine or burro Ires-
Cruising on property of any person, ehall
0 liable In treble tnodamogee occasioned
by such trespass and n fine not leas than
& nor more than 810 for each offense.
Sec. All acta nnd parts of acta in
confllot with this act are hereby re
pealed and this act shall be in full foroe
and effect from nnd lifter its postage.
Approved Feb. 20, 1891.
Katty, Will AHmil.
The editor ot the Gallup Elk, the
moat pandcrouB publisher in the territory
in weight, has received his "oomp" to
attend the spring races and hs eo
knowledgra the fact in Ibeso words:
We acknowledge with thanks a com
plimentary season ticket to tho second
annual spring mooting ot The Gentle
men's Driving association at Albuquer
que, on April 30, and May letaod'ind,
189-i We'll try and be on hand.
Baldness is catching oaya a scientist.
' catching flies in summer time. Use
Ha.i's Hair Renewer and cover the bald
place vlth healthy hair and tiles won't
Mining Notice of Forfeiture.
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